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The Jewish Floridian ( September 5, 1952 )

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llie\wiislb-l0lDiPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 25 -Number 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS ate Department Defends Stand trmans To Pay Jews 822 Millions r HAGUE (JTA) — The West German Federal Republic will w.t'ution to the State of Israel and to the Jewish people tout the world to the extent of $822,000,000, payable in the l goods and supplies for Israel to be delivered over the next ndei agreements reached here this week by delegations West Germany, /he ^ pa estjnc threatening that the Arab countries will institute a general boycott of German goods should the Bonn Government sign an agreement with Israel. (Israel and the ConferIn Jewish Material Claims It Germany. t will be made to Is|nd the Conference repre14 organizations, during fcriod of 12 years in comJjon for Nazi anti-Semitic Junng this period, Israel eceive 3 billion German while the Conference, will be constituted as a lation chartered in the Unitties, will get $450,000,000 goods to be delivered unEis agreement will be im: in the development of ,.-, economy and will help to Ise her capacity to absorb trants," said Dr. Giora Jochairman of the Israeli ition Israel will install a mission in West Germany ,.ement the agreement. kr. Bonn it was reported this [that the West German Cajheld a meeting at which it {•red a suggestion to estab. fund for Arab refugees in to allay Arab anger at the gion of the German-Israeli itions agreement. It was learned that the German For Foreign Trade in Bonn • ivcd a warning letter It: • Arab Higher Committee Calls Visa Practices In Accord* With Present I m migration Code WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The State Department continued this I Edelsbcrg ADL Washington, diweek to defend its new policy of requiring Jewish applications rector informed Mr. Lrieuieux for visas to identify themselves as Jews in the face of mounting that he had been unable to Iind protests against the practice. any public record of the' "racial A department spokesman this week insisted that the practice i sub-classifications described as ,.," n .prnrdanre with "Dresent. necessary lor vital statistics. He : suspicion of possible discriminai stressed Government policy in Itory action," the Bureau cannot I eliminating "unscientific and poorder removal of such questions j tentially discriminatory ques"if there is statutory authority retions" end said: quiring it." In this case, the letter pointed To Hold Ceremony The ceremony of initialling the pacts is scheduled to be held shortly in Luxemburg. No statement was issued to the press at the conclusion of the nogiations. However, it was indicated that the agreements will be signed officially in Luxemburg during the middle of September by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on behalf of the West German Government, and by Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett on behalf of the Israel Government. Moses Leavitt, head of the Conference delegation, and E assibly Dr. Nahum Goldman, ead of the Conference's presidium, will sign the pact on behalf of the Conference. Meanwhile, it was learned here that the West German Government will release 12,000,000 pounds sterling in England for Israel to buy oil from British companies. This will insure Israel's oil supply until March 1954. it was indicated. With regard to the claims against Israel presented by the (Continued on Page 4) laws" and did not represent a jumping of the gun on the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act which enters effect December 24th. The spokesman was unable to cite chapter and verse of any ,v required law on the books requiring the | Walter Act identification as Jews of Jewish %  visa applicants. Meanwhile, in resporse to a scorching protest from Congresswoman Frances P. Bolton, of Ohio, member of the House Forout, this information is specifical"We construe your letter to mean that the answer 'Jewish or 'Hebrew' would be responsive to by the McCarrar.the question of race. In our view, and the Budget this practice further emphasizes Bureau, therefore, has no author%  the inherent invalidity of the ity to order its deletion. question. If it were proper to deListing Necessary termine whether an applicant is a The State Department cited a jew. he should be asked his reletter written by Herve J. ligion. If it were proper to detei I L'Heureux, chief of the Visa Di-jmine whether an applicant is of eien Affairs Committee, the State | vision, as definitive of the policy Jewish ancestry, he should be Department announced that it j 0 n the listing of Jews. The letter asked the religion of his anceswas preparing a "reDort" on its | wa s addressed to Herman Edels\ tors. Of course, I cannot see how Visa Division's practice in listing > berg, director of the Washington such inquiries could be material Jews as such. office of the Anti-Defamation to the execution of our immigraMrs. Bolton said her attention League. Mr. L'Heureux had been tion laws." asked about the typing in of the word "Hebrew" in the space provided on vista forms for the answer to the question of "Race." e d "to a new post as Chief of Mis The vista chief replied that the j S i ons j n Germany with headquar mere listing of races, such as | ters in Bonn had been called to the JTA disclosure that Vista Division was labelling alien Jews seeking entry to the United States. The Congresswoman said that section 222A of the McCarren-Walter ImAssigned To New Post Mr. L'Heureux, it was reported earlv this week, has been assignlouncil Vetoes Austrian Laws J\ OI IOC mi^dlicti-no.^i -... Iiroc .*... n ~ .-~~~, I iei3 HI PWUi migration Act calling upon alien i white, black, and others, was un. L'Heureux's tour of dutv at applicants for visas to state their satisfactory for "statistical purtne Department had expired, and "race and ethnic classification" I poses" because "it would ignore he was s i a ted under the Departwas not intended bv Congress "to the various national, geographical n;fcn t's regulations to return to be in any wav applicable to Jews and ethnological origin and charfjc ] d service. In his new capacity, who, as a people, are considered asteristics deemed necessary to be it ig be ij eve d that he will superindentifiable only on a religious reflected in visa statistics." visc American Consular authori5 as i s Mr. L'Heureux said that "as an ties in Germany. He will be re"It has been my understanding' example, the question of the sta-| p ] atc ,d by Edward S. Maney, a for many years that scientists t tistical classification of descendcareer employee who is now a have long since accepted the fact l ants of the ancient German tribe {orel g n service inspector, to be established many years ago I Teutones' may be considered. Truman Discusses Effects that there is no Jewish 'race'.' | These people are of the wmte In w lshingtorii President TruMrs. Bolton stated in her letter to race, but their racial strain is m ^ ^ wefck discusse d t he disSecretarv of State Dean Acheson. | characteristic of the inhabitants jminatory effects of the McCarShe emphasized that required of Northern and Western Europe. ran Walter Omnibus Act with designation of Jews as a race or ; including England. Oermanj. members of t he Advisory Comas a special ethnic group would j Denmark and Norway To cia.ssimittee to tn e US Displaced Perbe a misinterpretation of section, fy them for statistical Purposes sQns Cornrn i ss i on representing 222-A of the McCarren Immigraj merely as 'white JSNNA, (JTA)—The Execu|C mmittee of the Allied Austria this week unpusly vctod a law on reac%  ioi ssed by the Austrian | July 17th. which vi .quired non-resident n stituted property to i property to the "Aiers" at prices fixed by the J :. courts. I also would have grant1 other advantages to ffoi er Aryan" holders of I'u'i i property. f' Council unanimously ap|'t-il three laws governing tion to victims of NazHowever, it informed the I': Chancellor that these 1 ot fully compensate the : political persecution \ discriminated against i-r< lents of Austria. The P I was invited to submit 1 i "nt within six months draft f a law granting ader mpensation regardless of nality of the victim of ion, teviously, Acting United 1 Commissioner Walter Jbanon Dismisses |wish Soldiers XEL AVIV. (JTA) — An order Imissing all Jewish soldiers and pcerj from the Lebanese Army ps issued by the Defense Minisr "f Le anon, according to reP"s reaching here from. Jordan. A* dismissed men included a fwish commander of the artilor 'Caucasian Dowling told a delegation of the League of Independents, a neoNazi group, that the US Government does not Object to Austrian I amnesty measures for Nazis as such but insists that priority must be given to victims of Nazism. The delegation, composed of members of the Austrian ParliaI ment, argued strongly before Mr. I Dowling in favor of the pro-Nazi amnesty laws passed recently by ithe parliament to the detriment I of Jewish victims of Nazism. But the American official reiterated that while the US has nothing against amnesty, compensation must first be paid to Nazi victims. Meanwhile, it was reported in I Bonn that Karl Diekow, a Munich architect, whose testimony was inst.umental in the conviction and sentencing of the late Philip Auerbach for embezzling funds of the Bavarian State Restitutions Office, was sentenced this week %  to one vear's imprisonment for ; perjury in another case. The sentence imposed upon I Auerbach. who committed suicide ; after being convicted, was partly due tO a charge made by Diekow that Auerbach had attempted to extort money from him/To this Auerbach had replied with a counter-charge of perjury against Diekow. Dr. J. Klibanksy. Auerbach's lawyer, had drawn the attention of the persecutors in the Auerbach trial that a perjury-case was pending against one of the principal prosecution witnesses. However, the prosecutors preferred not to advise the judges about it. tion Act. Unable To Order Deletion Mrs. Bolton's protest was made as another Government agency merely as wr.ue u> ""'r'"" the major voluntary Protestant, would be insufficient. Likewise to : CaihoUc J Luthuan and Jewish classify the people of Southern ies n the fie i d of immiand Eastern Europe and the Near ion and resettlement of disas another Government agency East as 'white would be Ot no Iaced pcr sons. confirmed that the listing ol Jews I practical value from a statistical Mem bers of the Committee rewas being practiced under the point of view. McCarren-Walter measure. In re' sponse to communications from the B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League. James F. Barrie. assistant to the Director of the Budget, said that while it was general policy not to permit "references on application blanks to race, religion, ethnic origin "!„ r?plv"to .hi, letter. Herm.r.: fCW .ll.J <~ M. < %  Presidential Candidates Flay Race Bias In Addresses Before Legion Convention NEW YORK. (JAi-The ReDullicin and Democratic ^ndardother perfonal characteristics of b{ a| .^ in tne presidential election can-pa.gn united th. s week m the appl.cant which might invite rfu indictments of race prejudice and b.g. >. Both General 1 — i D wight D. Eisenhower and Governor Adlai Stevenson in then "ddresses to the Naticnal Convention of the American Legio.-. at Madison Square Garden here, deAmericans entitled to the full nounced racial prejudice. ,. „_:„:!„_„n f A third national figure. General rights and the full privilege, t.t Douglas MacArthur. maintained our citizenship. In £ silence o n his nomination for the presidency bv the Christian Nationalist Party. anti-Semitic orORT Sends Ten Millions Abroad NEW YORK (WNS) In a Rosh Hashona greeting to American Jewry. Dr. William Hab-r. president "of the American ORT ,^ d ; : Ration Tun' bv Gerald L. K. eration. this week announced that %  $10,000,000 had been sent over-.. ; bv ORT since the end ol World War II. to support the organization's nrogram of vocational rehabilitation. "This sum permitted ORT to teach 74 different trades to 150.America needs ail the skills, all the spiritual strength and dedicati d services of its one hundred fifty-five million people, discrimination is criminally stupid." C'vernor Stevenson assailed tlve use of "patriotism" as a weaThe Smith outfit, which has alreadv entered the names of ^^Se/of LoTAnleles "/or pon to attack"other. He told the ilce Pre"?dcnt n^-xa ? and MisLegion convention that "true pa'ati'on will contribute over one states. ,4 There are men among us who PCiiif; u\xi"-u *-—-Distribution Committee, a member agencv of the United Jew ish Aopeal."" ^SonSand foTairre'solve riew! aCathol^or a Japanese^that henLforth we shall be guid^eiican, is tea an American ucr oscin • — -,hni heniforth we snail tie tuw *- % %  •.•.•••. %  —— — -States.



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ikt SEPTEMBER 5. 1952 *•Jewlsti Ikrkiton PAGE 3 Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 1ILYWOOD Cecil B. De P whose current production, Xr\ vatest Show On Earth, is IStheatre attendance records F nited States and through|e Unruo o j_ n> mp f hat he tolls me i'itl ly' i pindiuer-d..version of the Hie [definitely' scheduledJ his The Ten Comthe bilker-director effort the loh Dili""' loses titled, fiments. L picture will relate lentie early life of Moses as a I",,,,and fiery warrior ln> "The romance of this magtnt physical specimen 'who t.,,,,1 the lands and armies JL S outh of Egypt ar.d who Tcted the love of the most exl e women of the day, is a Crful drama of one of the B'j greal spiritual leaders, lllli says. lie picture will be produced in Viicolor on the same lavish Samson And Delilah, .," -i of outstanding stars will be iiudgeted to possess hualitv and spectacular values '* have earned for Mr. De title of Hollywood's Kei S : anjMilli famous silent filmclas[ mmar.dments, pro123, the first feature filmed in Technifirsl of the Biblical an outstanding i f i story of the new ... e based not only •nnt of the life of lint d i!. the Bible the accounts in the ih, K -1. the Books of Joi other ancient writ; : .s the modern best(>: Egypt, by Dorov. n, and authentic rei h of which has been i since World War I. 1 it the subject of Mos| I %  If n Commandments is timely today," De explains. "Not only does it bvidi all the ingredients for exspectacular motion rtun entertainment for mass i r all ages throughout world, hut it is in line with lal reawakening of all [he free world in these tmbled times. A :it stream of letters I me I m all parts of America Id fron foreign countries for ,'. years, and partie| !c has proved this and fluenced me to the Moses, the heroic fig: y Jews and Chrisi l" "In the '40's, my broadcasts were heard there regularly, and people still remember the characters and the happenings of our radio show," he says. "In Manchester, when a baby cried in the audience, commented that Fred Allen must have planted the kid. It got a laugh because they remembered the feud so clearly." Explaining why he has made the British tour annually for the past four summers, Benny says: "Nobody hates a full, uninterrupted vacation more than I do. To sit and do nothing for three months that would drive me insane. This way, I was able to work in leisurely fashion and to make my leisure more interesting." Among other things, Benny finds that British audiences respond enthusiastically to the most sophisticated material he can offer, that they're much more interested in comic character portrayal than in jokes, that they love pantomime, that the expressive shrug means more to them than the irrepressible wisecrack and that nevertheless they'll laugh at "corn" without selfeonseiousr.ess. He also found out that in Scotland the word "mean" is used exactly the way "stingy" is used in the US. He was considerably •t.ii tied the first time when he heard himself introduced as "the meanest man in America." Many American entertainers are popular in England because of the recording industry. Everyone has a "gramaTjhon," of course. Cautious about the tastes and feelings of his Scottish, intensely nationalistic fans, Jack discovered thaj Glasgow theatre audiences are fond of "Scotch jokes." On the subject of the entertainer's job as a whole, Jack has this to say: "Everybody wants to be really good, top notch. But most of us can't be really at our best most of the time. If we keep from bein^ outright bad, manage to be entertaining and hit the peaks once in a while, that's an achievement." After his tour of England and Scotland, Benny spent three days in Holland as the house guest of Queen Juliar.na and Prince Bernhard, living at the Palace during his stay there. "My trip to Holland was wonderful," he said, "and I didn't even get a bill at the end of my stay." After spending a week nul Paris, he planed back to the UnitStates, where he picked up a new Cadillac in Detr.oit, and then drove out to Los Angeles. "Europe is wonderful," Benny says, "but it's nothing compared to this wonderful country of ours you see when you motor across." At the first meeting of the newly-constituted Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education, ten committees were set up to vitalize the functions of the Bureau for the coming school year. Benjamin Meyers, president, announced the following appointments: Budget Committee: Joseph Duntov. chairman, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers. Harry Simonhoff and Louis Heiman. Assistance to Schools Committee: Sam Prosterman, chairman, Mrs. Leon Ell, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Al Quadow, Morris Honigbaum, Dr. H. Queen, Abraham Pepper and Committee: Joseph Duntov, chairman, Israel Shapoff, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Hyman Sootin and Charles E. Gottlieb. Personnel Committee: Harry Simonhoff, chairman, Louis Heiman, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Macey Kronsberg and Solomon Goldman. Nominations Committee: Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman, Benjamin Meyers, Rabbi Simon April, Mrs. Eva Kahn, Morris Newmark, Sam Prosterman and Dr. AKitzen. Teachers Placement Committee: Ehiel Lesowoder, chairman, Louis Gadon and Louis Sehwartzman. Elected to the Executive Committee were the following community representatives: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Ruth Uliss, Solomon Lichter, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Sydney Greenberg, Joel Zalis and Dr. R. Spirer. Dr. M. J. Glick was reappointed chairman of the Bureau Board of License. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB ROT. CONVALUCIMS. tmtm magm MMMIRM Morris Jacobs. Education Committee: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chairman, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, i Sydney Greenberg, Jerome Gordon, Israel Shapoff, Dr.M. A. Lipkind, Dr. M. J. Glick and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Extension Activities Committee: Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, chairman, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Morris Honigbaum, Irving Robinson, Frank Perlman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Ida Karger, D. Morrison, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild and Seymour B. Liebman. Library Committee: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Max Meisel. Ehiel Lcsowoder, Rabbi Joseph Narot and Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. 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PAGE 4 -Jen is? ftcrkliar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 -"'out 5, i| EDITORIAL Classrooms Op k n Greater Miami's Hebrew and Sunday Schools cne once again opening their doors to our area's children, many of whom continued their studies this past summer on a part-time basis in camps or through informal education programs here. For the most part, however, the doors will open on classrooms that have remained silent for many months and that will take up with the gusto o; new experience the voices of students' mumbling their lessons. It is fitting that these opening sessions should be timed with the celebration o: Jewish Education Month, the observance of which begins on Monday, September 8th. The celebration concerns itself with the most vital aspect of American Jewry's progressive existence — the manner and means of educating Jewish youth, the phalanx of tomorrow's community. The problem of such education takes precedence over every other. In the face of what has been recognized as a general trend toward Judaization, Jewish parents ought doubly regard t.-.e necessity of making their young a religiouslyccnscious people able to find a spiritual harbor ir. an increasingly complex world. There may be legitimate argument over the varying methods employed to carry on the tradition of our ancient Jewish heritage. But there can be no cause for dispute over the value of Jewish education, as such. The confusion of method and necessity must never be permitted tc lead to ethical-religious sterility. We welcome the opening of their doors and the ringing of their classroom bells. We hail, simultaneously, Jewish Education Month and the ia eals it seeks to advance. State Department Defends Stand; Calls Visa Practice In Accord With Current Law WORK TO BE DONE — Mr. Beigin's Tour It would be interesting to uncover the m than obvious reason for Menachem Beigi n 3 tended stay in South America. Israel's Herut Party leader has been h gentina for the longest time, broadcastinq content among the Jewish community with m 1 freguent attacks on Prime Minister David Ki Gurion's Government. Mr. Beigin's main Doml of departure is the current Hague discussion oil Germgn reparations, but it is as likely to be ami topic on which he can take a negative, unpopukl stand. The Herut Party has made a virtual nuisance A itself during the past month, what with its aimed humorus minority approach to every vital Itl raeli issue. Early this week, the Party denounced! Mapam's underwriting of the extension of tht| military tour of duty. Subsequently, Herut menJ bers attacked "American war mongers" with A parade of rabble-rousing placards. Mr. Beigin's political tactics, as well as the* I of his adherents, are imitative; the bearish parent of their manner is well known. It would seen to us that he should give up in utter weariness. Instead, he remains in South America, speaking with official Israeli license. What are the mon secret motives behind his extended tour? (Continued jrom Page I> ted that they found the Presitit's 1 sition to be sympathetic i .vard-looking." They presented to him a joint statement supporting his suggestion for the e.-tablishment of a non-partisan nmittee of outstanding Americans to study the entire immigration situation row that the E splaced Persons Commissi in is :• : exist< nee in a few • days, with a vie* to recomnding ires that "will reesta lish th< positive leadership : the Ir.: I State? in dealing vide migration Ii •• Arthur D. Greenleigh. of the for N w Amerins, ted as spokesman for the i mmittee Hi 1 inti i out that the McCarren-Walter Act was being felt by aliens through increasingly rigid action on the part of immigration inspectory A: Cf the Act. Mr. Greer..as beer, to frighten ther rafrom accepting immigrants "recause ;f McCarran-inspired of 'subversives'." R land El1; itt, of the Chu: :1 W I S • Le, described t! August 31st tei %  %  ination 1 • %  DP 1 "arbitrary" and tol had separated era wei it-off in t : immig: atinj __ Mr. Greenli %  ,t the : %  • greed that 1 tioi : the United Stat sets tern for 1 entii matter I ttling .-IS. "Wl ment facilities thei expand them and whet estrictive tl 1 c )ur.*: es foil The Commission s final r adc public 1;,:"... ntaim i an urgent pit t.on legislation — includir vision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Bill — to cope with the world refugee problem Harry Rosenfield. a member of tne Commissi told White House newsmen that the coir.mission in its final report recommended that the US should I eralize its immigration laws and tdjust the national origins juota system to the realities of the United States' present leadership in world affairs." President Truman particularly struck out at this provision when he vetoed trie omnibus immigration biiL The act was passed over the veto. The Displaced Persons Law — enacted in June. 1948 — provided for non-quota admission of refugees, the commission pointed out. but required that 50 per cent of such visas be charged to the future. Under this temporary over%  : r jtrictior.s, the report I said, the quotas for many countries are mortgaged ahead for Tl-.e Latvian quota, for example, is mortgaged to the vear 2274. The commission suggested that sum problems be dealt with by making these visas no-quota or by charging them to quotas that otherwise would not be used. It pointed out that under normal programs only about one-fourth of the 154.000 visas available each year were used. Germans To Pay Jews $822,000,000 (Con'.nued from Page li German Templar Association for property in Israel allegedly coni ited by the Israeli authorities, it w is decided by the Ger• man and Israeli delegations here to open new negotiations. The Templar Association claims 50.. 000.000 pounds The Israelis have! agreed t l-up payments for iation 1 rough the Lutheran Worl '. The sui 1 $50,000 as already been paid. In Isra eed to pay 530.000 c the next five • Every Gen n Jew 1 ints in Gem • to 5.U00 marks — appr xim it. ly (1.2 • T % %  Agen%  : • %  %  -. H I that about 20.000 Cpital I German} .-.• :. : e said, v .. n • %  y Germany t • H thi • pern tl -.re will have I | sonal or 1 use! Id that the Nazis h=c froa • account! to the extent of 1.500.000.000 -""• %  =•"••" r.r -. Germa-.v slightly differ ement made by the .; %  Agency. The German ttal said that persons residing abroad who are in p' • in Germany, mav ... ta.n cases and at t.-.e expenses of these blocked a--.-.unta, • %  -'• rx-rm.iss. r. •.. a port furniture and personal belongings from Germanv up to tne value of 5.000 marks provided they once resided in V.' ; Germany or in West b that the objects in question were lost through acts of expi confiscation or war. it ben | ently impossible to t u ; whereabouts. Bigotry And Election Campaigns In America By GILBERT BALKIN Florida Director. Anti-Defamation League. B'r.ai B'rith To many, the most vital distinction between Arrerican Demur, icy and totalitarian countries is this nation's system of free elections. In the United States, public officials are elected by the free ballot of the American people. Totalitarianism, on the other hand, whether manifested in the form of Communism or Fascism, is characterized iv ruthless, self-perpettions to the leadership of both major parties asking them to repudiate formally and publicly appeals to bigotry and prejudice in connection with the campaigns. In response, both major parties have placed themselves squarely on record in the current campaign to reject all appeals to prejudice and bigotrv. Frank McKinney. former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, gave assurances that he would do everything within his power to "The election campaigns in the se f t0 il ,ha 5? class racial or United States this year are thus F e 'R ,0 prejudices are injected of vital significance not only in lnt0 he campaign or behalf of enabling the American noonle m anv Democratic candidate." He paign. This is in the America tradition of democracy and fair; play. It is now up to the American] people to make sure that ar.v attempts to inject intolerance into the campaigns will I e rejected and repudiated. In such a manner, the nation will demonstrate the vitality c< its free election system and reaffirm the strength of American democracy. uating dictatorship which denies and thwarts the free expression of the people for a voice in government. Today, this nations is engaged in a deadly international struggle with the forces of totalitarian Communism. Will the peoples arour.d the world rally to the banner of democracy and freedom or succumb to the false propaganda of Communism, this is perhaps the greatest issue on the global seen" today enabling the American people to .. choose their new public offic' ,**' 1 7 1e Democratic party but also in demonstrating to i wouI< J condemn such activity vigthe peoples throughout the world orousl >' anc repudiate it without how the American democratic ec > ulvoc; ,,on "' any should deelection system functions. All must accordingly insure that the • tion campaigns this year will ich a practical demonstration of democracy in action. •. ?!£? lnne y s successor, who One of the mn.t rf a n,o., "'11. T ke Democratic Party nevvelop in behalf of a Democratic candidate." Such assurances were re-affirmed bv Stephen A. Mitchell. Mr. McKinneys successor, who One of the most dangerous %  1 enaci to the American elecer has cordoned the use of religious or racial prejudice in a 'ion system is the attempted inpolitical !" ni inJ f racial and religious o7 anv D eS Lhm.lH ,^ R ? UP • into the campaigns 'niwt M,Z 1 pl 1O Unfortunately there have been d "e intofc,!"" 8 1 PFejU Of the injection of anti ? ur h e ,, C P R |can **', tism and other forms of bigh, hi, ,,,*<' KJ^" 1 ^ f :. nto the campaigns this yea; i m ttee^ w lV be ,h^. fi^ 3 ', C ^S" •• nally. some of the most no&mn%SiEL mJ^Li 0 CO "" • 1 in the hate movemaTter wh^/ !" rt L^ n have attempted to utilize resale „£j fat !" "?* the c as a spnngooard' General nwiaM n v; u ting ant,-Sem,t,m : ^^^£^^^1 On the local level, the recent Son^ i2ASJ !" £. *%** %  %  electior campaign saw emus lEiin a d F' fusion of b.gotnand apTt, stating ApI prejudice directed ahave^no JLr^t Z and b !g? try rne candidates. Such lo' are the tact L oAZ"^ !" 2 took the form the Fascist, TUJ ^^ a ? d I mi* Ptnngs and spreadre^domlov.nJ 1 '1 Whv the live rumors a display worfd destroyed Th^ 5 L the equally as insidious as are the tactK' t^ n Se '. latant hate-mouthingi of the Ut, tod.v^ he Commun ttional peddlers nf intolerArthur v c„^ ,_, arce on the national level. mar, e,f tho |ummerfield. chairThe Anti-Defamation Legu. of ?olm h /i„ RepUb can National nai Britl is an ed^tum.l Ir ^ 0rn .. mittee n similar terms, statDsrnad that v,l r w.if no. K r /J, c,al bi ot %  II not :+ c^.Tpagn an^.na^h^R mt0 Ku hiS into the campaigns, as ^ National r-n^ ., ^"H* 1 ^ %  •limination the firV to -onHo^ Pe w ^' U ^ r r. all nnases of comshould Uoccur-'" 1 %  "* b g try the ADL has iointhJ h 'iL b0 j h maj r P arti are on JewishTo^ni^-.^ivo^allv 1 ^f 81 1 un Knesset Votes To Extend Service JERUSALEM, (JTA) The • Israel Parliament this week adopted by an overwhi iming majority the bill which e xtends military service from 24 months to a 30-mor.th period. The bill was signed by Premier David BenGurion and by Acting President Joseph Sprinzik and ent< red into immediate effect. Under the new legislation, men between 18 and 26 will serve 3) months and those betw en 27 ar.d 29 will serve two ye %  • Ttie Reriod of service for unir.anied girls of 18 to 26 will :> main at two years for the time being. All parties except the pro-Soviet Mapam and the Commuiw parties who voted against it. supported the billIn mediately after the vote was taken, th 1 chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee an! nounced that Premier Be"; Gurion. in his capac it\ as Defense Minister, will n ake ar! rangements that no university i student or students of higher V0! cational schools, should l 056 terms of study or their tuition on account of the new law t +Je*ist> ncridian Publ.ined *vry Frldiy • n c6 ., 1 ? y Th Jewish Floridiin at 120 N.,*• Sixth street. Miami II. Florid*. E"' trd a* econd-cla matter Ju IMO, at th. Poit Oftic* of MUjfJ Fla., under the Act of March 3. W Tha Jcwuh Floridian ha abiorOM tha Jewiin Onltv and the Jew"" lA'aekly. Member of tha Jewnn Tellgraphio Agency, Seven Art! F attaw Synccata. Worldwide Newt Servic'i National Editarlal Aaaodation, mer '' cam Atsociatioei ef Engliih-Jew"" N ewapapert. Florida Pre A nociit^". Th Jawlnh Flprldlan doee Kuaranteo tha Ksahruth of tha mac harwl'aaj advertli^d In It* r o}


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RIPAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1952 +-Jel*irh,rk1k*r %  PAGE 5 iz. For B e g ca l Of Bias Clauses H* __ ,,.., rionpral Dwieht T) Eisenhower. R DENVER tonal*Womei U igue ol United der the supervision ol Kaot Ld M a Presidential Candidate in at leasT19 states oy V !" B na B F ?" '", Synagogues A erwa, will ramowitz, spiritual leadei Smith's anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist Party, it tlons cm a11 over til( unit evening. e Congregation. '.'" need here. So far General MacArthur has refused to re'; ;... i..„Ar>,iho pin,, mnrii. knmun tnat it hoi I The conference, which met f %  > two days to discuss the work of the campus religious agency during the coming year, adopted a plan whereby an entire "gencr,,,.• •„. %  S ,....l jt B >4^ A %  % %  > %  '*.. i ation" of students will be follow•S fffell tondonps IIHIICS.\ | e d through four Vl ars of collcgc VIENNA (WNS) — The United States Government does not ob, by mear.s of interviews and Austrian amnesty measures for Nazis as such but insist that ; questionnaires to measure the im,n must first be paid to Nazi victims. This'was the rej pact ot Hillel's program of Jew; ish education on its thinking. Alii ;l ST here. So far General MacArthur has refused to reCanada. I Party or its leader. The Party made Known tnat it has! ,,, a s'ate of electors for the MacArthur ticket in Texas I ,,u i It is working now to put them on the ballot in other Ejtern and southern state*; g t t bv Acting United States Commissioner Walter Dowling irnip v weeK W a" delegation of the League of Independents, a neoI who argued strongly in favor of the pro-Nazi amnesty f recently by the Austrian parliament to the detriment of (wish victims of Nazism. [vessel Backs Israel Government JERUSALEM (JTA) — A Mapam-Communist move to discredthe Israel Government in the Knesset this week worked in reIprse and n suited in a resounding vote of confidence in the Govits Westein alignment. The Mapam-Communist group ,'oved n n-tonlidence in the Government "because of their obliga[ iQ the United States." Government moves to obtain arms in i, I States, the leftist bloc charged, would put Israel in the kti-Soviet camp. ..... .prhi/ak Reeleeted Acting President jERl SALEM (JTA) — Parliament this ween extended the term At MIS i resident of Israel Joseph Sprinzak, in view of the fact ,n, v_naim Weitzman is not able as yet to perform the office, lhe Communist delegates constituted the only voted against the extension of Mr. Sprinzak's term of p:<>-Communist Mapam party abstained from voting, that they abstained because Mr. Sprinzak "recently a:.impartiality towards the Mapam Party." • • • Iscnalor Nixon Visits Exposition NEW YORK (JTA) — Senator Richard M. Nixon, Republican iee toi vice president, visited the Israel Exposition nere this stated tne exposition was evidence of Israel's growth and I nomic soundness. The visitor was greeted by Harry Seeve, reel : the Israel Bond Drive, sponsor of the exposition, and L .. Washington representative of the American Zionist Counthoug'n the conference discussed only the preliminary details of the projected survey, it is expected that the majority of the more than 200 Hillel units will participate. The conference also heard the mass of Jewish students characterized as "mute" as far as expressions of religious, political or moral convictions are concerned just as the total college generation of the post-war era has been dubbed the "silent generation." In a paper on The Jewish Student — 1952, Rabbi Max Ticktin, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Wisconsin, pointed out, however, that there was on almost every campus a small creative minority of Jewish students which must be encouraged. Rabbi Ticktin criticized what hcalled the "hesitancy in the face of commitment" on the part of the Jewish as well as the non-Jewish student today. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 EUCLID AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Extends to its members and friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR We cordially, invite you to attend High Holy Day Services &f at our Synagogue RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL and CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES Assisted by tha Kneseth Israel Choir Under Direction of Joseph Schreibman RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY 8c SATURDAY FROM 7 — 9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 — 12 A.M. FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 5-1683 Minister Raises Funds For I AIM FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS (WNS) — Rev..J. Harold Smith, pastor if the First Baptist Church, has presented a check to Rabbi M. P. Mann of the United Hebrew Congregations here, the result I i a one-man campaign he undertook among his co-religionists for I utions for the Hebrew Union College and the Union of Amer....:. Hi brew Congregations. • • • • • Hlanie Jews For Atom Bomb Spying BOSTON (WNS) — Jewish scientists who were connected witn •he Manhattan Project which produced the atom bomb and a -Jewish-ridden Board governing the Atomic Energy Commission for I three treasonable years" were responsible for the atomic spy actiycording to a pamphlet which is being widely distributed in ton urea by the Gerald L. K. Smith organization and by Our anti-Semitic groups. The pamphlet, Atom Treason, is by k Button, former University of California student. • • • • Xaguib llenies Egyptian War Plans IN DON (WNS) — General Mohammed Naguib, Egypt's militator, this week denied reports that the Egyptian Army i to launch another war against Israel and thereby avenge its by the Israel Army in 1948. A report from Cairo to this eflect appeared in the London press this week. • • • • • Auerbaeh Witness Guilty of Perjury NN (WNS) — A Munich architect, Karl Diekow, whose tesinstrumental in the conviction and sentencing of the Philip Auorback for embezzling funds of the Bavarian State Hi >ns Office, was sentenced this week to one year's imprisonury in another case. During the Auerbach trial Dr. J. Aucibach's lawyer, had drawn the attention of the • that a perjury case was pending against one of the I Ution witnesses. The prosecutors, however, preferred 1 visi.' the judges about it. Iladassali Transfers Facilities JERUSALEM (JTA) — Part of Hadassah's preventive medicine shments was transferred this week to the Israel Government n ony attended bv the Minister of Health, Dr. Joseph Burg, ntatives of Hadassah. The women's organization will a greater area for clinical and medical school activities • : %  : el, Omaha Paper Flays "Jewish Vote" WASHINGTON (JTA) — Mutual Security Agency officals last xerc sed remarkable restraint in reply to an editorial in the Nebraska, World Herald which charged the administration % %  '' %  "making special concessions to the New York City Jewish vote "l an election year" by agreeing "to underwrite American P riv ate tment in Israel." The newspaper assailed the MSA for the t agreei%nt with Israel under which its guarantee program Was extended to the Jewish State. Tifereth Israel I ui-olls Students Registration for Hebrew and Sunday School at the Tifereth Israel r'orthside Center will be held on Sunday, September 7th and 14th, from 10 a.m., until 12 noon, at 6500 North Miami Avenue. The Center also announced early this week through its chairman Nat Karasov, that some 34 Marines will be guests during High Holy Day services for which tickets are now available evenings, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. FOR SALE This Equipment Now In Tel-Aviv Israel One SCHIELD BANTAM CRANE mounted •WMM* powered with Diesel motor, equipped with drag jWIW clam shell bucket and concrete placing bucket. 4B"tt. Doom. One 16S REX CONCRETE MIXER on four pneumatic tired wheels. One LUXURY 2',-ROOM FLAT in the heart of Tel-Art*. furnished, including refrigerator, for information write: BEN CILLER. 523 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 3. &f /Creamy Smoothness all its own! &f /Far Richer Flavor! v Uetwr P urd CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones'. Miami Off lee 153 N.E. 29th St„ Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 6 +Jeistncrktian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER During The Week.. .A I see By LEO MINDLIN ~ Biscayne Gardens Pre-School Devotes 1 Program To Uncovering Hidden Talent Tr.e Biscayne Gardens Pregram to construct a swimmingAt a panv honoring newlywed M, and Mr,. Robert Ml. *£* IWUri*Av D e.J" j£ <* flSl!^* last Saturday evening, some interesting discussion took pla, ., B ,,. u h prov iding arts, crafts the Greater Miami^MM.WTPM garding the failure of American business enterprise to invest in the n]U
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llie\wiislb-l0lDiPidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 25 -Number 36
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ate Department Defends Stand
trmans To Pay
Jews 822 Millions
r HAGUE (JTA) The West German Federal Republic will
w.t'ution to the State of Israel and to the Jewish people
tout the world to the extent of $822,000,000, payable in the
l goods and supplies for Israel to be delivered over the next
ndei agreements reached here this week by delegations
West Germany, /he ^ pa,estjnc threatening that
the Arab countries will institute
a general boycott of German
goods should the Bonn Govern-
ment sign an agreement with Is-
rael.
(Israel and the Confer-
In Jewish Material Claims
It Germany.
t will be made to Is-
|nd the Conference repre-
14 organizations, during
fcriod of 12 years in com-
Jjon for Nazi anti-Semitic
Junng this period, Israel
eceive 3 billion German
while the Conference,
will be constituted as a
lation chartered in the Unit-
ties, will get $450,000,000
. goods to be delivered un-
Eis agreement will be im-
: in the development of
,.-, economy and will help to
Ise her capacity to absorb
trants," said Dr. Giora Jo-
chairman of the Israeli
ition Israel will install a
mission in West Germany
,.ement the agreement.
kr. Bonn it was reported this
[that the West German Ca-
jheld a meeting at which it
{red a suggestion to estab-
. fund for Arab refugees in
to allay Arab anger at the
gion of the German-Israeli
itions agreement. It was
learned that the German
, For Foreign Trade in Bonn
. ivcd a warning letter
It: Arab Higher Committee
Calls Visa Practices In Accord*
With Present I m migration Code
WASHINGTON, (JTA)The State Department continued this I Edelsbcrg ADL Washington, di-
week to defend its new policy of requiring Jewish applications rector informed Mr. Lrieuieux
for visas to identify themselves as Jews in the face of mounting that he had been unable to Iind
protests against the practice. any public record of the' "racial
A department spokesman this week insisted that the practice i sub-classifications described as
,.,"n .prnrdanre with "Dresent. necessary lor vital statistics. He
: suspicion of possible discrimina- i stressed Government policy in
Itory action," the Bureau cannot I eliminating "unscientific and po-
order removal of such questions j tentially discriminatory ques-
"if there is statutory authority re- tions" end said:
quiring it."
In this case, the letter pointed
To Hold Ceremony
The ceremony of initialling the
pacts is scheduled to be held
shortly in Luxemburg. No state-
ment was issued to the press at
the conclusion of the nogiations.
However, it was indicated that
the agreements will be signed of-
ficially in Luxemburg during the
middle of September by Chancel-
lor Konrad Adenauer on behalf
of the West German Government,
and by Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett on behalf of the Israel
Government. Moses Leavitt, head
of the Conference delegation, and
Eassibly Dr. Nahum Goldman,
ead of the Conference's presid-
ium, will sign the pact on behalf
of the Conference.
Meanwhile, it was learned here
that the West German Govern-
ment will release 12,000,000
pounds sterling in England for
Israel to buy oil from British
companies. This will insure Is-
rael's oil supply until March 1954.
it was indicated.
With regard to the claims
against Israel presented by the
(Continued on Page 4)
laws" and did not represent a
jumping of the gun on the Mc-
Carran-Walter Immigration Act
which enters effect December
24th. The spokesman was unable
to cite chapter and verse of any
,v required
law on the books requiring the | Walter Act
identification as Jews of Jewish
visa applicants.
Meanwhile, in resporse to a
scorching protest from Congress-
woman Frances P. Bolton, of
Ohio, member of the House For-
out, this information is specifical-
"We construe your letter to
mean that the answer 'Jewish- or
'Hebrew' would be responsive to
by the McCarrar.- the question of race. In our view,
and the Budget this practice further emphasizes
Bureau, therefore, has no author- the inherent invalidity of the
ity to order its deletion. question. If it were proper to de-
Listing Necessary termine whether an applicant is a
The State Department cited a jew. he should be asked his re-
letter written by Herve J. ligion. If it were proper to detei -
- I L'Heureux, chief of the Visa Di-jmine whether an applicant is of
eien Affairs Committee, the State | vision, as definitive of the policy Jewish ancestry, he should be
Department announced that it j 0n the listing of Jews. The letter asked the religion of his ances-
was preparing a "reDort" on its | was addressed to Herman Edels- \ tors. Of course, I cannot see how
Visa Division's practice in listing > berg, director of the Washington such inquiries could be material
Jews as such. office of the Anti-Defamation to the execution of our immigra-
Mrs. Bolton said her attention League. Mr. L'Heureux had been tion laws."
asked about the typing in of the
word "Hebrew" in the space pro-
vided on vista forms for the an-
swer to the question of "Race." 'ed "to a new post as Chief of Mis
The vista chief replied that the j Sions jn Germany with headquar
mere listing of races, such as | ters in Bonn
had been called to the JTA dis-
closure that Vista Division was
labelling alien Jews seeking en-
try to the United States. The Con-
gresswoman said that section 222-
A of the McCarren-Walter Im-
Assigned To New Post
Mr. L'Heureux, it was reported
earlv this week, has been assign-
louncil Vetoes
Austrian Laws
J\ OI IOC mi^dlicti-no.^i -... Iiroc .*...n ~ .-~~~, --------- I iei3 HI PWUi
migration Act calling upon alien i white, black, and others, was un- L'Heureux's tour of dutv at
applicants for visas to state their' satisfactory for "statistical pur- tne Department had expired, and
"race and ethnic classification" I poses" because "it would ignore he was siated under the Depart-
was not intended bv Congress "to the various national, geographical n;fcnt's regulations to return to
be in any wav applicable to Jews and ethnological origin and char- fjc]d service. In his new capacity,
who, as a people, are considered asteristics deemed necessary to be it ig beijeved that he will super-
indentifiable only on a religious reflected in visa statistics." visc American Consular authori-
5asis Mr. L'Heureux said that "as an ties in Germany. He will be re-
"It has been my understanding' example, the question of the sta-| p]atc,d by Edward S. Maney, a
for many years that scientists t tistical classification of descend- career employee who is now a
have long since accepted the fact l ants of the ancient German tribe {orelgn service inspector,
to be established many years ago I Teutones' may be considered. Truman Discusses Effects
that there is no Jewish 'race'.' | These people are of the wmte In w.lshingtorii President Tru-
Mrs. Bolton stated in her letter to race, but their racial strain is m^ ^ wefck discussed the dis-
Secretarv of State Dean Acheson. | characteristic of the inhabitants jminatory effects of the McCar-
She emphasized that required of Northern and Western Europe. ran.Walter Omnibus Act with
designation of Jews as a race or ; including England. Oermanj. members of the Advisory Com-
as a special ethnic group would j Denmark and Norway To cia.ssi- mittee to tne US Displaced Per-
be a misinterpretation of section, fy them for statistical Purposes sQns Cornrnission. representing
222-A of the McCarren Immigra- j merely as 'white
JSNNA, (JTA)The Execu-
|C mmittee of the Allied
Austria this week un-
pusly vctod a law on reac-
ioi ssed by the Austrian
| July 17th. which
vi .quired non-resident
n stituted property to
i property to the "Ai-
ers" at prices fixed by the
J :. courts.
I also would have grant-
1 other advantages to
ffoi er Aryan" holders of
I'u'i i property.
f' Council unanimously ap-
|'t-il three laws governing
tion to victims of Naz-
However, it informed the
I': Chancellor that these
1 ot fully compensate the
: political persecution
\ discriminated against
i-r< lents of Austria. The
P I was invited to submit
1 i "nt within six months
_ draft f a law granting ade-
r mpensation regardless of
nality of the victim of
' ion,
teviously, Acting United
1 Commissioner Walter
Jbanon Dismisses
|wish Soldiers
XEL AVIV. (JTA) An order
Imissing all Jewish soldiers and
pcerj from the Lebanese Army
ps issued by the Defense Minis-
r "f Le anon, according to re-
P"s reaching here from. Jordan.
A* dismissed men included a
fwish commander of the artil-
or 'Caucasian
Dowling told a delegation of the
League of Independents, a neo-
Nazi group, that the US Govern-
ment does not Object to Austrian
I amnesty measures for Nazis as
such but insists that priority must
be given to victims of Nazism.
The delegation, composed of
! members of the Austrian Parlia-
I ment, argued strongly before Mr.
I Dowling in favor of the pro-Nazi
! amnesty laws passed recently by
ithe parliament to the detriment
I of Jewish victims of Nazism. But
the American official reiterated
that while the US has nothing
, against amnesty, compensation
must first be paid to Nazi victims.
Meanwhile, it was reported in
I Bonn that Karl Diekow, a Munich
architect, whose testimony was
inst.umental in the conviction
and sentencing of the late Philip
Auerbach for embezzling funds
of the Bavarian State Restitutions
! Office, was sentenced this week
' to one vear's imprisonment for
; perjury in another case.
The sentence imposed upon
I Auerbach. who committed suicide
; after being convicted, was partly
due tO a charge made by Diekow
that Auerbach had attempted to
extort money from him/To this
Auerbach had replied with a
counter-charge of perjury against
Diekow. Dr. J. Klibanksy. Auer-
bach's lawyer, had drawn the at-
tention of the persecutors in the
Auerbach trial that a perjury-case
was pending against one of the
principal prosecution witnesses.
However, the prosecutors prefer-
red not to advise the judges about
it.
tion Act.
Unable To Order Deletion
Mrs. Bolton's protest was made
as another Government agency
merely as wr.ue u> ""'r'"" the major voluntary Protestant,
would be insufficient. Likewise to : CaihoUcJ Luthuan and Jewish
classify the people of Southern ies ,n the fieid of immi-
and Eastern Europe and the Near ion and resettlement of dis-
as another Government agency East as 'white would be Ot no Iaced pcrsons.
confirmed that the listing ol Jews I practical value from a statistical Members of the Committee re-
was being practiced under the point of view.
McCarren-Walter measure. In re- '
sponse to communications from
the B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defama-
tion League. James F. Barrie. as-
sistant to the Director of the
Budget, said that while it was
general policy not to permit "ref-
erences on application blanks to
race, religion, ethnic origin '
"! r?plv"to .hi, letter. Herm.r.: fCW.ll.J <~ M. <.
Presidential Candidates Flay Race Bias
In Addresses Before Legion Convention
NEW YORK. (JAi-The ReDullicin and Democratic ^ndard-
other perfonal characteristics of b{.a|.^ in tne presidential election can-pa.gn united th.s week m
the appl.cant which might invite rfu, indictments of race prejudice and b.g. >. Both General
1-------------------- -----iDwight D. Eisenhower and Governor Adlai Stevenson in then
"ddresses to the Naticnal Convention of the American Legio.-. at
Madison Square Garden here, de- Americans entitled to the full
nounced racial prejudice. ,. _::!_- nf
A third national figure. General rights and the full privilege, t.t
Douglas MacArthur. maintained our citizenship. In
silence on his nomination for the
presidency bv the Christian Na-
tionalist Party. anti-Semitic or-
ORT Sends Ten
Millions Abroad
NEW YORK (WNS)
In a Rosh
Hashona greeting to American
Jewry. Dr. William Hab-r. presi-
dent "of the American ORT,^d; : Ration Tun' bv Gerald L. K.
eration. this week announced that
$10,000,000 had been sent over-..
; bv ORT since the end ol
World War II. to support the or-
ganization's nrogram of voca-
tional rehabilitation.
"This sum permitted ORT to
teach 74 different trades to 150.-
America needs ail the skills, all
the spiritual strength and dedi-
cati d services of its one hundred
fifty-five million people, discrim-
ination is criminally stupid."
C'vernor Stevenson assailed
tlve use of "patriotism" as a wea-
The Smith outfit, which has
alreadv entered the names of
^^Se/of LoTAnleles "/or pon to attack"other. He told the
ilce Pre"?dcnt n^-xa ? and Mis- Legion convention that "true pa-
'ati'on will contribute over one states.
,4There are men among us who
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ber agencv of the United Jew
ish Aopeal.""
^SonSand foTairre'solve riew! aCathol^or a Japanese^-
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SEPTEMBER 5. 1952
*Jewlsti Ikrkiton
PAGE 3
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
1ILYWOOD Cecil B. De
P whose current production,
Xr\vatest Show On Earth, is
IStheatre attendance records
F nited States and through-
|e Unruo o j_n> mp f hat he
tolls me
i'itl ly' i
pindiuer-d..-
- version of the Hie
[definitely' scheduledJ his
The Ten Com-
the
bilker-director effort the
loh Dili""'
loses titled,
fiments.
L picture will relate
lentie early life of Moses as a
I",,,,- and fiery warrior
ln> "The romance of this mag-
tnt physical specimen 'who
t.,,,,1 the lands and armies
JL South of Egypt ar.d who
Tcted the love of the most ex-
le women of the day, is a
Crful drama of one of the
B'j greal spiritual leaders,
lllli says.
lie picture will be produced in
Viicolor on the same lavish
Samson And Delilah,
.," -i of outstanding stars
will be iiudgeted to possess
hualitv and spectacular values
'* have earned for Mr. De
title of Hollywood's
Kei S : an-
jMilli famous silent filmclas-
[ mmar.dments, pro-
123, the first feature
filmed in Techni-
firsl of the Biblical
an outstanding
i
f i story of the new
... e based not only
nnt of the life of
lint d i!. the Bible
the accounts in the
ih, K -1. the Books of Jo-
i other ancient writ;
! :.s the modern best-
(>: Egypt, by Doro-
v. n, and authentic re-
i h of which has been
i since World War I.
1. it the subject of Mos-
| I If n Commandments is
timely today," De
explains. "Not only does it
bvidi all the ingredients for ex-
spectacular motion
rtun entertainment for mass
i r all ages throughout
world, hut it is in line with
lal reawakening of all
[he free world in these
tmbled times.
A :it stream of letters
I me I m all parts of America
Id fron foreign countries for
,'. years, and partie-
| !c has proved this and
fluenced me to the
Moses, the heroic fig-
: y Jews and Chris-
i
l" lion on The Ten Com-
I'ri'-produ.ction work
at least a year, he
with actual camera
lied to start in late
I T ture will be released
P I .int.
Bureau Of Jewish Education Announces
Committees At Board Of Directors Meet
|! e in Hollywood after
performance and va-
|tion ti ;: of England, Scotland
Wall Jack Benny says that
with British audiences
is due to the fact that his radio
broadcasts are so well remem-
bered there from the war year.>
"In the '40's, my broadcasts
were heard there regularly, and
people still remember the char-
acters and the happenings of our
radio show," he says. "In Man-
chester, when a baby cried in the
audience, commented that Fred
Allen must have planted the kid.
It got a laugh because they re-
membered the feud so clearly."
Explaining why he has made
the British tour annually for the
past four summers, Benny says:
"Nobody hates a full, uninter-
rupted vacation more than I do.
To sit and do nothing for three
months that would drive me
insane. This way, I was able to
work in leisurely fashion and to
make my leisure more interest-
ing."
Among other things, Benny
finds that British audiences re-
spond enthusiastically to the most
sophisticated material he can of-
fer, that they're much more in-
terested in comic character por-
trayal than in jokes, that they
love pantomime, that the expres-
sive shrug means more to them
than the irrepressible wisecrack
and that nevertheless they'll
laugh at "corn" without self-
eonseiousr.ess.
He also found out that in Scot-
land the word "mean" is used ex-
actly the way "stingy" is used in
the US. He was considerably
t.ii tied the first time when he
heard himself introduced as "the
meanest man in America."
Many American entertainers
are popular in England because
of the recording industry. Every-
one has a "gramaTjhon," of
course.
Cautious about the tastes and
feelings of his Scottish, intensely
nationalistic fans, Jack discover-
ed thaj Glasgow theatre audi-
ences are fond of "Scotch jokes."
On the subject of the entertain-
er's job as a whole, Jack has this
to say: "Everybody wants to be
really good, top notch. But most
of us can't be really at our best
most of the time. If we keep from
bein^ outright bad, manage to be
entertaining and hit the peaks
once in a while, that's an achieve-
ment."
After his tour of England and
Scotland, Benny spent three days
in Holland as the house guest of
Queen Juliar.na and Prince
Bernhard, living at the Palace
during his stay there. "My trip
to Holland was wonderful," he
said, "and I didn't even get a
bill at the end of my stay."
After spending a week nul
Paris, he planed back to the Unit-
States, where he picked up a new
Cadillac in Detr.oit, and then
drove out to Los Angeles.
"Europe is wonderful," Benny
says, "but it's nothing compared
to this wonderful country of ours
you see when you motor across."
At the first meeting of the
newly-constituted Board of Di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, ten committees were
set up to vitalize the functions
of the Bureau for the coming
school year. Benjamin Meyers,
president, announced the follow-
ing appointments:
Budget Committee: Joseph
Duntov. chairman, Max Meisel,
Benjamin Meyers. Harry Simon-
hoff and Louis Heiman. Assist-
ance to Schools Committee: Sam
Prosterman, chairman, Mrs. Leon
Ell, Ben Zion Ginsberg, Al Quad-
ow, Morris Honigbaum, Dr. H.
Queen, Abraham Pepper and
Committee: Joseph Duntov,
chairman, Israel Shapoff, Mrs.
Matilda Ratner, Hyman Sootin
and Charles E. Gottlieb. Person-
nel Committee: Harry Simon-
hoff, chairman, Louis Heiman,
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Macey
Kronsberg and Solomon Gold-
man. Nominations Committee:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman,
Benjamin Meyers, Rabbi Simon
April, Mrs. Eva Kahn, Morris
Newmark, Sam Prosterman and
Dr. A- Kitzen. Teachers Place-
ment Committee: Ehiel Lesow-
oder, chairman, Louis Gadon and
Louis Sehwartzman.
Elected to the Executive Com-
mittee were the following com-
munity representatives: Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Ruth Uliss, Solo-
mon Lichter, Ben Zion Ginsberg,
Sydney Greenberg, Joel Zalis and
Dr. R. Spirer. Dr. M. J. Glick
was reappointed chairman of the
Bureau Board of License.
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL-SANITARIUM
FOB ROT. CONVALUCIMS.
tmtmmagm
mmMIRm
Morris Jacobs.
Education Committee: Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, chairman, Rab-
bi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Morris
Skop, Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, i
Sydney Greenberg, Jerome Gor-
don, Israel Shapoff, Dr.- M. A.
Lipkind, Dr. M. J. Glick and Ben
Zion Ginsburg. Extension Activi-
ties Committee: Mrs. Seymour B.
Liebman, chairman, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Morris Honig-
baum, Irving Robinson, Frank
Perlman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
Mrs. Ida Karger, D. Morrison,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Anna
Sorin Bild and Seymour B. Lieb-
man.
Library Committee: Mrs. Jos-
eph Duntov, Max Meisel. Ehiel
Lcsowoder, Rabbi Joseph Narot
and Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Building
FP&L Shows
Miami Is Cool
The Yankee Brow Mopper, a
highly absorbent napkin which
lists the number of above-90-de-
gree days suffered by many prin-
cipal cities in the United States,
is a quaint, new invitation to all
Yankees to come to Florida in
the summer and enjoy a budget
vacation where it's really cool.
Originators of the idea are the
Florida Power & Light Company,
who are attempting to prove that
Miami suffers the least number
of above-90-degree days during
the year. Riding high at the top
of the list is Phoenix, with 152
above-90 scorchers. Other siz-
zlers include Dallas with 88 days,
Atlanta with 51, Kansas City with
39, and Washington with 26.
Miami, the Florida Power &
Light Company says, has less
than six such intolerable* days.
Professor Maclver
Named Union Head
NEW YORK, (JJA)The elec-
tion of Professor Robert M. Mac-
lver as president of the Union for
the Protection of the Human Per-
son by International Social and
Economic Cooperation was an-
nounced here.
The Union is engaged in the
defense of rights of refugees,
stateless persons, and national
minorities.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
-"'out 5, i|
EDITORIAL
Classrooms Opkn
Greater Miami's Hebrew and Sunday Schools
cne once again opening their doors to our area's
children, many of whom continued their studies
this past summer on a part-time basis in camps
or through informal education programs here.
For the most part, however, the doors will op-
en on classrooms that have remained silent for
many months and that will take up with the gusto
o; new experience the voices of students' mum-
bling their lessons. It is fitting that these open-
ing sessions should be timed with the celebration
o: Jewish Education Month, the observance of
which begins on Monday, September 8th.
The celebration concerns itself with the most
vital aspect of American Jewry's progressive ex-
istence the manner and means of educating
Jewish youth, the phalanx of tomorrow's com-
munity. The problem of such education takes
precedence over every other. In the face of what
has been recognized as a general trend toward
Judaization, Jewish parents ought doubly regard
t.-.e necessity of making their young a religiously-
ccnscious people able to find a spiritual harbor
ir. an increasingly complex world.
There may be legitimate argument over the
varying methods employed to carry on the tra-
dition of our ancient Jewish heritage. But there
can be no cause for dispute over the value of
Jewish education, as such. The confusion of
method and necessity must never be permitted
tc lead to ethical-religious sterility.
We welcome the opening of their doors and
the ringing of their classroom bells. We hail, si-
multaneously, Jewish Education Month and the
iaeals it seeks to advance.___________________________________
State Department Defends Stand; Calls
Visa Practice In Accord With Current Law
. WORK TO BE DONE
Mr. Beigin's Tour
It would be interesting to uncover the m
than obvious reason for Menachem Beigin'3
tended stay in South America.
Israel's Herut Party leader has been h
gentina for the longest time, broadcastinq
content among the Jewish community with m 1
freguent attacks on Prime Minister David Ki
Gurion's Government. Mr. Beigin's main Doml
of departure is the current Hague discussion oil
Germgn reparations, but it is as likely to be ami
topic on which he can take a negative, unpopukl
stand.
The Herut Party has made a virtual nuisance A
itself during the past month, what with its aimed
humorus minority approach to every vital Itl
raeli issue. Early this week, the Party denounced!
Mapam's underwriting of the extension of tht|
military tour of duty. Subsequently, Herut menJ
bers attacked "American war mongers" with A
parade of rabble-rousing placards.
Mr. Beigin's political tactics, as well as the* I
of his adherents, are imitative; the bearish par-
ent of their manner is well known. It would seen
to us that he should give up in utter weariness.
Instead, he remains in South America, speaking
with official Israeli license. What are the mon
secret motives behind his extended tour?
(Continued jrom Page I>
ted that they found the Presi-
tit's 1 sition to be sympathetic
i .vard-looking." They pre-
sented to him a joint statement
supporting his suggestion for the
e.-tablishment of a non-partisan
nmittee of outstanding Ameri-
cans to study the entire immi-
gration situation row that the
E splaced Persons Commissi in is
: : exist< nee in a few
days, with a vie* to recom-
nding ires that "will re-
esta lish th< positive leadership
: the Ir.:-- I State? in dealing
vide migration
Ii
Arthur D. Greenleigh. of the
for N w Ameri-
ns, ted as spokesman for the
i mmittee Hi 1 inti i out that
the McCarren-Walter Act was be-
ing felt by aliens through increas-
ingly rigid action on the part of
immigration inspectory A:
Cf the Act. Mr. Greer..-
as beer, to frighten ther ra-
- from accepting immigrants
"recause ;f McCarran-inspired
of 'subversives'." R land El-
1; itt, of the Chu: :1 W I S
Le, described t! August 31st tei
ination 1 DP 1
"arbitrary" and tol
had separated
era wei it-off in t
: immig: atinj
__ Mr. Greenli ,t the
:. greed that 1 tioi
: the United Stat sets
tern for 1 entii
matter I ttling
.- -IS.
"Wl
ment facilities thei
expand them and whet
estrictive tl 1
c )ur.*: es foil
The Commission s final
r adc public 1;,:"... ntaim i
an urgent pit
t.on legislation includir
vision of the McCarran-Walter
Immigration Bill to cope with
the world refugee problem
Harry Rosenfield. a member of
tne Commissi told White
House newsmen that the coir.-
mission in its final report recom-
mended that the US should I
eralize its immigration laws and
tdjust the national origins juota
system to the realities of the
United States' present leadership
in world affairs." President Tru-
man particularly struck out at
this provision when he vetoed
trie omnibus immigration biiL
The act was passed over the
veto.
The Displaced Persons Law
enacted in June. 1948 provided
for non-quota admission of refu-
gees, the commission pointed out.
but required that 50 per cent of
such visas be charged to the fu-
ture. Under this temporary over-
: r jtrictior.s, the report I
said, the quotas for many coun-
tries are mortgaged ahead for
Tl-.e Latvian quota, for
example, is mortgaged to the vear
2274.
The commission suggested that
sum problems be dealt with by
making these visas no-quota or
by charging them to quotas that
otherwise would not be used. It
pointed out that under normal
programs only about one-fourth
of the 154.000 visas available each
year were used.
Germans To Pay
Jews $822,000,000
(Con'.nued from Page li
German Templar Association for
property in Israel allegedly con- i
ited by the Israeli authori-
ties, it w is decided by the Ger-
man and Israeli delegations here
to open new negotiations. The
Templar Association claims 50.- .
000.000 pounds The Israelis have!
agreed t l-up payments for
iation 1 rough the Luth-
eran Worl '. The sui
1 $50,000 as already been paid. In
' Isra eed to pay
530.000 c the next
five
Every Gen n Jew 1
ints in Gem
to 5.U00
marks appr xim it. ly (1.2
" T Agen-
: -. H
I that about 20.000 C-
pital I
German} .-. :.
:
e said, v .. n
y Germany t
H thi
pern tl
-.re will have I |
sonal or 1 use! Id .
" that the
Nazis h=c froa account!
to the extent of 1.500.000.000
-"" ="" r.r -. Germa-.v
slightly differ
ement made by the .;
Agency. The German ttal
said that persons residing abroad
who are in p'
in Germany, mav ...
ta.n cases and at t.-.e expenses
of these blocked a--.-.unta,
-' rx-rm.iss. r. .. a
port furniture and personal be-
longings from Germanv up to tne
value of 5.000 marks provided
they once resided in V.'
; Germany or in West b
that the objects in question were
lost through acts of expi
confiscation or war. it ben |
! ently impossible to t u
; whereabouts.
Bigotry And Election
Campaigns In America
By GILBERT BALKIN
Florida Director. Anti-Defamation League. B'r.ai B'rith
To many, the most vital distinction between Arrerican Dem-
ur, icy and totalitarian countries is this nation's system of free
elections.
In the United States, public officials are elected by the free
ballot of the American people. Totalitarianism, on the other hand,
whether manifested in the form of Communism or Fascism, is char-
acterized iv ruthless, self-perpet-
tions to the leadership of both
major parties asking them to re-
pudiate formally and publicly ap-
peals to bigotry and prejudice in
connection with the campaigns.
In response, both major parties
have placed themselves squarely
on record in the current cam-
paign to reject all appeals to prej-
udice and bigotrv. Frank Mc-
Kinney. former chairman of the
Democratic National Committee,
gave assurances that he would do
everything within his power to
"The election campaigns in the sef t0 il ,ha' 5? class- racial or
United States this year are thus Fe 'R,0 prejudices are injected
of vital significance not only in lnt0 *he campaign or behalf of
enabling the American noonle m anv Democratic candidate." He
paign. This is in the America
tradition of democracy and fair;
play.
It is now up to the American]
people to make sure that ar.v at-
tempts to inject intolerance into
the campaigns will I e rejected
and repudiated.
In such a manner, the nation
will demonstrate the vitality c<
its free election system and re-
affirm the strength of American
democracy.
uating dictatorship which denies
and thwarts the free expression
of the people for a voice in gov-
ernment.
Today, this nations is engaged
in a deadly international struggle
with the forces of totalitarian
Communism. Will the peoples a-
rour.d the world rally to the ban-
ner of democracy and freedom
or succumb to the false propa-
ganda of Communism, this is per-
haps the greatest issue on the
global seen" today
enabling the American people to ..
choose their new public offic-' ,**' 171e Democratic party
but also in demonstrating to i wouI the peoples throughout the world orousl>' anc* repudiate it without
how the American democratic ec>ulvoc;',,on "' any should de-
election system functions. All
must accordingly insure that the
tion campaigns this year will
ich a practical demon-
stration of democracy in action. ?!?lnneys successor, who
One of the mn.t rfan,o., "'11.Tke Democratic Party nev-
velop in behalf of a Democratic
candidate."
Such assurances were re-af-
firmed bv Stephen A. Mitchell.
Mr. McKinneys successor, who
One of the most dangerous
1 enaci to the American elec-
er has cordoned the use of re-
ligious or racial prejudice in a
'ion system is the attempted in- political niinJ
f racial and religious o7anv DeS Lhm.lH ,^ R?UP
into the campaigns 'niwt m,Z 1 pl 1o
Unfortunately there have been d"e intofc,!""8!1 PFejU"
Of the injection of anti ?ur, ,he,,C P R|- can **',
tism and other forms of big- h, hi, ,,,*<' kJ^"1^ f
:. nto the campaigns this yea; i m ttee^ w lV be ,h^. fi^3', C^S"
nally. some of the most no- &mn%SiEL mJ^Li0 CO""
1 in the hate move- maTter wh^/rtL^ n
have attempted to utilize resale j fat" "?*
the c as a spnngooard' General nwiaM n v; u
ting ant,-Sem,t,m: ^^^^^^1
On the local level, the recent Son^ i2ASJ. *%**
electior campaign saw emus lEiin a"d F'
fusion of b.gotn- and ap- Tt, stating Ap-
I prejudice directed a- have^no JLr^t Z and b!g?try
rne candidates. Such lo- are the tact L oAZ"^ .2
' took the form the Fascist, tuJ ^^ a?d
I mi* Ptnngs and spread- re^domlov.nJ1 '1 Whv the
live rumors a display worfd destroyed Th^5 Lthe
' equally as insidious as are the tactK' t^ n Se
'. latant hate-mouthingi of the Ut, tod.v^ he Commun-
ttional peddlers nf intoler- Arthur v c^ ,_, ,
arce on the national level. mar, e,f tho |ummerfield. chair-
The Anti-Defamation Legu. of ?olm h/iRepUb'can National
nai Britl is an ed^tum.l Ir ^0rn..mittee' n similar terms, stat-
Dsrnad that v,l r- w.if no. K r/J,c,al bi"ot-
II not :+ c^.Tpagn an^.na^h^Rmt0KuhiS
into the campaigns, as ^ National r-n^ ., ^"H*1^
limination the firV to -onHo^ "Pew ^'U ^
r.r. all nnases of com- should Uoccur-'"1" "* b'gtry
the ADL has ioin- thJh'iLb0jh majr Parti are on
- JewishTo^ni^-.^ivo^allv 1 ^f81"1" un'
Knesset Votes To
Extend Service
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Israel Parliament this week
adopted by an overwhi iming ma-
jority the bill which e xtends mili-
tary service from 24 months to a
30-mor.th period. The bill was
signed by Premier David Ben-
Gurion and by Acting President
Joseph Sprinzik and ent< red into
immediate effect.
Under the new legislation, men
between 18 and 26 will serve 3)
months and those betw en 27 ar.d
29 will serve two ye Ttie
Reriod of service for unir.anied
girls of 18 to 26 will :> main at
two years for the time being.
All parties except the pro-Sov-
iet Mapam and the Commuiw
parties who voted against it. sup-
ported the bill- In mediately
after the vote was taken, th
1 chairman of the Foreign Affairs
! and Security Committee an-
! nounced that Premier Be"-
; Gurion. in his capac it\ as De-
fense Minister, will n ake ar-
! rangements that no university
i student or students of higher V0-
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PAGE 5
iz. For Begcal Of Bias Clauses
H* __ ,,.., rionpral Dwieht T) Eisenhower. R
DENVER candidate
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican
in a talk with Maxwell Abbell, president of
Study Attitudes
Of Students
Zamora Center Sisters Begins Registration
i To Hold Fall Meeting d Registration of children in the
T Religious School of the No-th
The first Fall nieet.ng of Za-1 shore ^^ ConU,r commenc<;,,
Ra'-.bi M.
of
Sisterhood ^ Tuesday with a reroid num-
. Sep- | childiien accounted for at
g tOit..t, enci 0f the tint day.
ica toward their Judaism was President Sylvia Altman. Registration will continue
w m.. .m. projected at a conference in New M e Wolff, president through the week and will
nfl.Seilllte* Ilaai MaC.irlllUr York lagt k Q{ ,....,.,.,,,.. S rn Bran*, Ka- on Sunday, September .th, t
c lWvS) The. name of General Douglas Mac-Arthur ,he R-nai n.-Wh niii',.; r.u.-,> tonal*Womei U igue ol United der the supervision ol Kaot
' Ld m a Presidential Candidate in at leasT19 states oy V B,na' B F?" '", Synagogues A erwa, will ramowitz, spiritual leadei
Smith's anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist Party, it tlons "cm a11 over til(' unit evening. e Congregation.
'.'" need here. So far General MacArthur has refused to re- ';
. ..... ;... i..Ar>,- iho pin,, mnrii. knmun tnat it hoi I The conference, which met f>
two days to discuss the work of
the campus religious agency dur-
ing the coming year, adopted a
plan whereby an entire "gencr-
,,,. S ,....ljtB>4^ A>'*.. i ation" of students will be follow-
S fffell tondonps iihiics.\ |ed through four Vl,ars of collcgc.
VIENNA (WNS) The United States Government does not ob- by mear.s of interviews and
. Austrian amnesty measures for Nazis as such but insist that ; questionnaires to measure the im-
,n must first be paid to Nazi victims. This'was the re- j pact ot Hillel's program of Jew-
; ish education on its thinking. Al-
ii ;l
ST
here. So far General MacArthur has refused to re- Canada.
I Party or its leader. The Party made Known tnat it has!
,,, a s'ate of electors for the MacArthur ticket in Texas
I ,,u i It is working now to put them on the ballot in other
Ejtern and southern state*; g t t
bv Acting United States Commissioner Walter Dowling
irnip
v weeK W a" delegation of the League of Independents, a neo-
I who argued strongly in favor of the pro-Nazi amnesty
f recently by the Austrian parliament to the detriment of
(wish victims of Nazism. ,
[vessel Backs Israel Government
JERUSALEM (JTA) A Mapam-Communist move to discred-
- the Israel Government in the Knesset this week worked in re-
Iprse and n suited in a resounding vote of confidence in the Gov-
its Westein alignment. The Mapam-Communist group
,'oved n n-tonlidence in the Government "because of their obliga-
[ iQ the United States." Government moves to obtain arms in
i, I States, the leftist bloc charged, would put Israel in the
kti-Soviet camp. .....
.prhi/ak Reeleeted Acting President
jERl SALEM (JTA) Parliament this ween extended the term
At mis i resident of Israel Joseph Sprinzak, in view of the fact
,n, v_naim Weitzman is not able as yet to perform the
office, lhe Communist delegates constituted the only
voted against the extension of Mr. Sprinzak's term of
p:<>-Communist Mapam party abstained from voting,
that they abstained because Mr. Sprinzak "recently a-
:.- impartiality towards the Mapam Party."
*
Iscnalor Nixon Visits Exposition
NEW YORK (JTA) Senator Richard M. Nixon, Republican
iee toi vice president, visited the Israel Exposition nere this
stated tne exposition was evidence of Israel's growth and
I nomic soundness. The visitor was greeted by Harry Seeve,
reel : the Israel Bond Drive, sponsor of the exposition, and L
.. Washington representative of the American Zionist Coun-
thoug'n the conference discussed
only the preliminary details of
the projected survey, it is ex-
pected that the majority of the
more than 200 Hillel units will
participate.
The conference also heard the
mass of Jewish students charac-
terized as "mute" as far as ex-
pressions of religious, political
or moral convictions are concern-
ed just as the total college gen-
eration of the post-war era has
been dubbed the "silent genera-
tion." In a paper on The Jewish
Student 1952, Rabbi Max Tick-
tin, director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, pointed out,
however, that there was on al-
most every campus a small cre-
ative minority of Jewish students
which must be encouraged. Rab-
bi Ticktin criticized what h- call-
ed the "hesitancy in the face of
commitment" on the part of the
Jewish as well as the non-Jewish
student today.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 EUCLID AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
We cordially, invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
?at our Synagogue
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
and
CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by tha Kneseth Israel Choir
Under Direction of Joseph Schreibman

RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND
EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY 8c SATURDAY
FROM 7 9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 12 A.M.
FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 5-1683
Minister Raises Funds For I AIM
FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS (WNS) Rev..J. Harold Smith,
pastor if the First Baptist Church, has presented a check to Rabbi
M. P. Mann of the United Hebrew Congregations here, the result
I i a one-man campaign he undertook among his co-religionists for
I utions for the Hebrew Union College and the Union of Amer-
....:. Hi brew Congregations.

Hlanie Jews For Atom Bomb Spying
BOSTON (WNS) Jewish scientists who were connected witn
he Manhattan Project which produced the atom bomb and a -Jew-
ish-ridden Board governing the Atomic Energy Commission for
I three treasonable years" were responsible for the atomic spy actiy-
cording to a pamphlet which is being widely distributed in
ton urea by the Gerald L. K. Smith organization and by
Our anti-Semitic groups. The pamphlet, Atom Treason, is by
k Button, former University of California student.

Xaguib llenies Egyptian War Plans
! IN DON (WNS) General Mohammed Naguib, Egypt's mili-
tator, this week denied reports that the Egyptian Army
i to launch another war against Israel and thereby avenge its
by the Israel Army in 1948. A report from Cairo to this ef-
lect appeared in the London press this week.

Auerbaeh Witness Guilty of Perjury
NN (WNS) A Munich architect, Karl Diekow, whose tes-
instrumental in the conviction and sentencing of the
Philip Auorback for embezzling funds of the Bavarian State
Hi >ns Office, was sentenced this week to one year's imprison-
ury in another case. During the Auerbach trial Dr. J.
. Aucibach's lawyer, had drawn the attention of the
that a perjury case was pending against one of the
I Ution witnesses. The prosecutors, however, preferred
1 visi.' the judges about it.
Iladassali Transfers Facilities
JERUSALEM (JTA) Part of Hadassah's preventive medicine
shments was transferred this week to the Israel Government
n ony attended bv the Minister of Health, Dr. Joseph Burg,
ntatives of Hadassah. The women's organization will
a greater area for clinical and medical school activities
:: el,
Omaha Paper Flays "Jewish Vote"
WASHINGTON (JTA) Mutual Security Agency officals last
- xerc sed remarkable restraint in reply to an editorial in the
Nebraska, World Herald which charged the administration
''' "making special concessions to the New York City Jewish vote
"l an election year" by agreeing "to underwrite American Private
tment in Israel." The newspaper assailed the MSA for the
' t agreei%nt with Israel under which its guarantee program
Was extended to the Jewish State.__________
Tifereth Israel
I ui-olls Students
Registration for Hebrew and
Sunday School at the Tifereth
Israel r'orthside Center will be
held on Sunday, September 7th
and 14th, from 10 a.m., until 12
noon, at 6500 North Miami Av-
enue.
The Center also announced ear-
ly this week through its chair-
man Nat Karasov, that some 34
Marines will be guests during
High Holy Day services for which
tickets are now available even-
ings, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.___________

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
During The Week.. .a i see
By LEO MINDLIN
~ Biscayne Gardens Pre-School Devotes
1' Program To Uncovering Hidden Talent
Tr.e Biscayne
Gardens Pre- gram to construct a swimming-
At a panv honoring newlywed M, and Mr,. Robert Ml. ** IWUri*- AvDe.J" j <* flSl!^*
last Saturday evening, some interesting discussion took pla, ., B,,.u,h. providing arts, crafts the Greater Miami^MM.WTPM
garding the failure of American business enterprise to invest in the n]U State Of Israel. One well-informed Miami personn.=.ge indicated t! hildren between the ages of jn the Kcnda."Ho^e,l^eiJ' X;
the Negro. Moshe Ben-Gunon. was completel
thereupon set straight by several ladies in no 11
Having fought with the Israeli Army during
eration. Jaffer was in a position to appraise th
difficulty existing in the new state following victory. Above au.
he Call that Israel's current destiny lay in the area of agriculture
Established as a modern, pro- founders of the North Shore Jew-
gressive nursery school serving Ij8h Center, where he has been
but that the tremendous number of incoming Jews from Europe ;.p ard neighboring Near Eastern countries bridled at the thought of tu:;o'r teaching staff is headed by I mittee since the inception of the
becoming farmers. Mrs Lee Delia, formerly of the, institution. He is a Board mem-
It wa* apparent that bv far the largest number of them enter- C.tv of Miami Beach.Recreation b-of The. J/,wh."^'"^
tained hopes of establishing shops and continuing the economic Department who brings to her, Aged and has befriended count -
S of ^e,r traditional Lstences At least theoretically, this new position fourteen years of less youth in his capacity as Big
observation seemed to be compatible with the unspoken theory that i youth training experience in Broth, r of the Juvenile Court.
Western sponsoring nations of Israel are grooming the new state Cleveland. Omo. ana nere. i-..............
for a commercial-industrial society, with its surrounding countries -Motto of our scnooi win oe
(A School With A Purpose, said.
Director Steinman. "We will en-
deavor to seek hidden talent in
Veteran Patiem
To Be I.hms qj\
Announcement was
week by Dr. H. F. Machlan
ager of the Pratt Veterans!
pital in Coral Gables, than
Morris A. Skop. Jewish Chai
at the Hospital, has tyJL
arrangements for Jewish
latory patients to attend'"
Holy Day Services at T
and Synagogues of the;r T
in the Greater Miami Area
Bed-ridden patients Wll,'
ceive prayer books. KiddushS
their bedside, pamphlets onI
High Holy Days issued 1
National Jewish Welfare
and special treats for Roiht
shona.
being relegated to agricultural societies.
C'rtainly. the Arab League has carried on this cry for the
longest time, accusing the United States of regarding agrarian
life as a subordinate, inferior means of existence and of seeking
to impose this separation as a method by which Israel could b
organized into the industrial seat of the East, while the Moslem
lanes continued to function economically and socially in their
feudal, substandard life.
children through free-play and
scientific leisure-time direction.
Youth authorities today believe
a child at play is actually a child
at work. and. by varying our
students' activity periodically,
their latent creative talents can
be revealed."
A trained dietitian will super-
It seems to me that Israel is at odds with its ultimate aim.
Certainly, the Government has set forth on an intelligent policy
cf upbuilding the country both industrially and agriculturally.
But the collectivist spirt of the kibbutz csn. under no circum-
stances, pervade tkta coordinate manufacturing organization if
foreign capital is to be attracted in any sizeable amount. It is
true that since 1948. considerable relaxation of restriction on
foreign investment has become apparent.
But the fact mains that Israel's current ex is unfor-
tu atelj grarian up and coLU th si :gan-
izati n and I at Jaffer's bservati n regarding Jewish reluctai
: m areas ever remains a th rnj ; So far vise meals, and a pediatrician
as industi pment is concerned, I oould not help expressing will serve -is staff physic
i reference to tl Histadrut was mad< \v ich; Steinman I Special automo-
ntment has ften en :nmg the bill transportation service sched-
small number of American enter; i in : ( Jew stati few have ul< an ;ng set up for the con-
. nsiden I th< I rs a pi hil tivi inds i reign venience of both students and
tely follow::., i War I Liberati n pa ents
Steinman also indicated that
: hours will be 8:40 a.m.. to
4 p.m., daily. Included in the
tertainment will be
ational sightseeing tours of
ol Miami's industries and
other points of interest.
Director Steinman has devoted
a life-time to the youth of the
tone is which will '. Its linger and community. He is a member of
( eradicated a suddc y. It must the Board of the Crippled Child-
t be forgotten that the Maj speciiii so- ren's Society and as Youth Wei-
grarian rural ietj and that fare chairman of the Miami
ployei an I at once, suspicious of Beach Jaycee's, headed the pro-
and uii liltan usly without nech-
. -
The history of all labor democracies is dotted by such organ-
izaticr.s as the Histacrut which subsequently gave up their em-
ployer aspect in the r.arre of true unionism. Until this evolution
:;kes piace in Israel, however, Ihe untenable economic position of
the Goverr.n-.er.t must continue, and foreign capital will te slow
in con:ing.
:: -' ..;. nuiate this ex]
and enterpi
' l
'- r.ny as it I .- i I
fund inder
-'
I indusi
. be crux of the matter is that a distinct separation must be made
Stwten the kibbutz as a meant cf social existence and comm*>rr->
stati failure t
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Ly. SEPTEMBER 5, 1952
*Jen1st Ffcrkttatv
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Our UN Newsletter
(Opyr'8ht'
By ARTHUR LEWIS
1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
nvrieht 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
irS-'i? NATIONS The Arab Collective Security Pact,
kjNITED Nme int0 effect with the ratification of the last two
lh hss ju Jorcjan, is not a regional agreement under the
btorit'' _, .,__i'.,;>.! Natinns T is an nrhwlu nlli-
i in and joioaii, la inn ci <.-- ~w--~ ....>... v...
v Charter of the United Nations. It is an exclusive alli-
s--.Am the present signatories, the members of the Arab
lirn i ndeht iust as well be called the "Anti-Israel Pact" be-
"' !:'! reeled primarily against Israel.
.i'.LrP wer. any doubt about this, the Arabs themselves have
S ,At During the debate In the Egyptian S-anate last year.
AV. senators, obviously a simple sort of fellow, suggested
void confusion, it should be stated that the pact was di-
'* ? ^ int an attack by Israel alone. The Egyptian Foreign
*tctel at the tims. Saleh-ed-Din. replied: "In fact, this is the
rPose ci.,.esame debate, when the Foreign Minister was asked
PUr ,ld happen if the Russians attacked Jordan, he answered
ll h n attack would not be made because Jordan was backed
L aritLsh Saleh-ed-Din explained that the purpose of the pact
that help should be given only if an attack were directed
kiJ ar Arab State as such.
ino-rently. Jordan wanted to make the pact more exclusive
it for a statement by the government published on Feb-
i'n V~i951 declared: "In view of the fact thBt the pact is to
*Lt\*-> Arab countries against the danger of Israel, why should
nrlude" countries which have done little about the danger in
1 ,-." The statement was. of course, referring to Saudi Arab-
nd Yemen which are memL\r of the alliance but did not take
't in ine fighting in Palestine.
p .., Minister Nurl Said, of Iraq, spelled out the meaning of
, more clearly when he told the Iraq Parliament that
as designed to serve as "a barrier against the Zionist
,', : not against any other." A report of the Foreign Affairs
nmii'iM i" the Syrian Parliament said that the "main purpose
klie [ '" establish a strong united front against Zionist ag- |
'Clause 10 of the Arab Collective Security Pact would seem to ;
contrary to every tenet of the United Nations, for it vitiates
nainsi 111 possibility of a peace settlement in Palestine. It says:
Each C the signatory states undertakes not to make any inter-
lationa' agreement in conflict with this pact and not to adopt in
tlernaticnal relations an attitude opposed to the spirit of the
\s th< v have done in so many other Arab affairs, the Egyptians
bk'th. irnative in drawing up this pact. The negotiations actual-
Ibeeai almost three years ago when the Egyptians put forward
L widei framework of an Arab Security Pact to offset an alliance
Kween Syria and Iraq which was in the making then.
For a long time. Jordan and Iraq, although signatories held
Lui aga:r.st ratification. Jordan because of its British connection
Ind Iraq because of jealouy of tfoa Egyptians, the pect will en-
hance Egypt's prestige as the various committees which it es-
ablishes will be located in Cairo. The pact is not a sign that lher
harrr.cny among the Arab States.
It is tcause of the predominant role which the Egyptians play
Lat Pri.T.i Minister David Ben-Gurion directed his appeal to Gen-
ial Naguib. At least, that is the view of diplomats here. If the
taelis c aid persuade the Egyptians to join in a peace settlement.
>n il :ilt that the rest of the Arab states would soon follow
lit
Katz Is Made
Head Of Miami
Beach High
Thirty-year-old principal of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
Irvin W. Katz, received a perm-
anent appointment to his office
from the Dade County School
Board late last week.
Katz was temporary principal
of the school during the 1951-
Sholem Lodge To
Hear Judge Giblin
The first Fall meeting of Shol-
em Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be
held on Tuesday evening, Sep-
tember 9th, 8:15 p.m., in the Bay-
view Room of the McAllister Ho-
tel-
President William L. Pallot will
conduct the business meeting,
outlining plans for the current
membership drive to start in Oc-
tober.
Plans for a Get Out The Vote
Campaign will be outlined by Ed-
ward T. Newman, Americanism
and Civic Affairs Committee
chairman.
Hialeah Board Meets
Chairman of the Hialeah-Mi-
ami Springs Jewish Community
Center Board of Directors, Nate
Becker, officiated at a regular
meeting last night. It was an-
nounced that High Holy Day
tickets are on sale Mondav
through Thursday, from 3 to 6
p.m., and from 8 to 10 p.m. Tick-
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as County Director of Junior-
Senior High Schools.
With the announcement that
Webb had been appointed to
principalship of Miami Senior
High School, Katz' position was
finally made permanent. Prev-
iously, he had been scheduled for
full principalship at Nautilus Ele-
mentarv and Junior High School.
A native of Baltimore, Mary-
land, Katz received the AB de-
gree from the University of
Maryland and his Master's de-
gree from the University of Mi-
ami. He first joined the Dade
Countv School System as an
English teacher in 1946.
Katz is a member of the Mi-
ami Beach Optimist Club and a
director of the Greater Miami i
Jewish Community Center. He i
and Mrs. Katz reside at 139 SE
18th Road. They have a 21-month
old daughter, Leda.
Consumptive Relief
To Hear Report
Mrs. Morris Goluskin. presi-
dent, will preside over the first
meeting of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives
Relief Socity, on Tuesday even-
ing, September 9th, 8:30 p.m., in .
the Balboa Room of the San Mar-
ino Hotel. I
A short business meeting will
be followed by a program of
which Mrs. Harry Siegel, ways
and means chairman, is in charge.
A report of the recent confer-
ence held at the non-sectarian
Sanitorium supported bv the 10-
I cal auxiliary in Spivak, Color-
I ado, will also be given by Mrs.
Henrietta Schoenfeld. who was
I the delegate from the Greater
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TODAY. SPTEMBFR
GRADUATION EXERCISES of Ml. Sinai's practical nurs*s
or September 9-Si will see at .'east, this is their plan the
group'! Ann Shapira lilting the air with lyric soprano vocals. *c-
ccr-.panied by pianist-classmate Rose Maron who's gladly here
from Polaad via a few corcenlralion-spors. Miss Shapira is the
OM end only of Ft. Laudercale's Dr. and Mrs. Albert Shapira.
rr.- be:cme so active in community music they haven'! even had time
tc :emembr the cardiac attacks which sent the Doc into retire-
rr.er.l. away from Boston's rigors .
Con- -.- on Labor Day was Mrs. Joseph Duntov.
t. pj ag I Ml Sinai's 2 MM lurrw ;.-:.-..;. so I .- -
This must have included, then J yet Halpern did;a frol-
ic? cie. rativc adjunct I th< >km bil< -....:: i what-
eve: its called. S.-.^ the lister .:' Mum] S nnett is I
.-..-.a. ;.:"'c:t:."iy :r. :--_ fa i .: _ed: on the California ea-
st : Nina and Jack Kessler : the R Marii Reid firm With
hi are sr ..-. Mickej and the twins. Nancy and Neal. Twin NeaL
ecall ecently was pla; j 1 I i boy Gai W -i. al-
th .-. s anj scriptwriter's ir am a; a mimatun Danny Kaye
These a be some Hollywt & s cau-
tic __-!;. cpening
NEV.'S-FLASHES:
Mrs. Harold Kaye flew in from Chicago the other day to find
U apartment and enroll the young un i= school: Hsrold follows
in November, to shoot track pics. Other member of the family.
their huge boxer. Duke has decided to settle down and make
Chicago his home .
Love the personal touch Ruth Jackson, secretary to Dr.
David Kirsh. encloses my bill in a note: "Thought you might bi
ir:erested in knowing that Mrs. Kirsh had a taby girl August 26lh.
Beth are doing just fine and Dr. Kirsh is teaming all over the
place."
NEWLYWEDS Bob and Naomi Jaffer, married August 17th in
Mi-ylar.d. will have a substantial fish story to narrate back
Nczth. In Key West, they faded in an 18 ano. i half pound kirg-
Hsh, among other priies. Friends admiringly gathered at a Satur-
day r.ight reception to honor, however, his loveliest cstch the
icrmer Naomi Stern. Enthusiasts with their own line included Bea
F::man. Morris and Tillie Kraut. Sob's grandfather Max Buchs-
tt-rn. Sue Dessauer. Fay Dale and Sam Matloff. One guest who
ccvldn'l m;ke the reception was Key West's Ceil Albert, operating
:.- Imperial Cafe there: in this column shed caught the news of
o: = 's r.uptials ana promptly congratulated Bee jatfer on same.
ece, of course, tossea the nandsome party .
OPENED MAIL:
Norman Duchon To .
Address Congregants
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Duchon. 619 SW 25th Road,
will become Bar Mitzvah tomor-
row morning. September 6th, at
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at the Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he belongs to the
Scouts. He is also president of
, the Junior Congregation at the
i Miami Hebrew School. He will
conduct services and address the
assembled during the ceremony.
A Kiddush will follow in the
Synagogue. A dinner in the Bar
Mitzvah's honor is scheduled for
I Sunday evening. September 7th,
1 at the Lincoln Manor.
Mist Satalie Kasdin
Kasdin, Miller
Betrothal Told
. e-.gagement of their
daughter. Natalie Estelle. to
Leonard H. Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Miller. Annis-
ton. Alabairu. was announced
late last week by Mr. and Mrs.
lip Kasdin. 4258 North Mich-
igan Avenue
The t: .de-e!ect is a graduate
of the University of Miami, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Sorority and Psi Chi.
at :-.al psychological honorary
society.
Mr Miller is a graduate of the
School of Law at the University
: Alabama. During World War
II rved with the 29th Di-
vision in Europe He is current-
ly a captain in the Infantrv Re-
sei ve
I-as hi on Group To
Hold Show Here
The Miami Beach National
Fashion Exhibitors. Incorporated,
a group consisting of traveling
salesmen representing leading na-
tional women's garment manu-
facturers in the country, will a-
gain hold its annual show at the
Sea Isle Hotel, from October 5th
through 13th.
According to Nat Roth, presi-
dent ol the group, the two prev-
ious shows attracted buyers from
all parts of the nation.
"Greater Miami is becoming one
of the style centers of the na-
tion.'" he said, "and national man-
ufacturers of women's garments
are beginning to realize the grow-
ing importance of Miami as fash-
ion pace setter."
Name Mori Frer
Bonds Publicist
Mori Fremon, M,am, y
writer and publicist, has bep7
pomted publicity director JJj
Florida State ofi
Israel Bondif
Committee, j t
was announcer!
<"arly this weekl
by Milton S
Malakoff, area]
director.
Miss Fremon|
has been a resi-
dent of Miam
Beach for thJ
past four years!
and was con-l
nected with'
some of the M, Frem\
leading hotels here She Jk
publicity director of the N-lU.y
Hotel until last week, when J
accepted the State of isr,J
Bonds position. J
Before coming to Miami, |fl
Fremon was connected with vaj
ious newspapers and magazuj
writing on Latin-American su
jects. She was Tropical Tattle
columnist for the Miami Dailrl
News and represented loth CuJ
an and Mexican newspapers ',
the United States. She had J
her own radio programs and ha
appeared as guest on numeroii
shows, both locally and nation.
ally.
..From Anyula Meiicov :.-. Manhattan, a magnificently
piirited Proclamation of Independence. State ol Israel Stn cf lyar.
I ;=ositiony Thanks?' *"** ~ the Is.ael
. From Natalie G. Feuerstein. for Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
trz tne Heorew Academy, a beautiful ana touc.-ing letter
r- h',: B3Ck '" ;Wn W',h ,0p ^ndleadtr Lou Acer and 'the
=::d^rSSSr.a"M vacationing. wh such wonderful
^f*' 9J"' "rtamtv can, e overbalanced bv a 10r, difference
Margaret and Ben Yomen, whoa expected to see a
- right here participate in Israels
Harold Turk To Speak
Harold Turk will be principal
speaker during the weekly lunch-
meeting of Miami Beach
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Tuesdav.
September 9th. 12:15 p.m.. at the
National Hotel.
tiolden Aqvrs
Meet Sunday
The Golden Age Friendship I
Club of the Greater Miami Jew- i
ish Community Center. Miami
Beach Branch, announces its
t'ardiav Uroup
Has t aid Party
Dade Chapter. National Child-
ren s Cardiac Hospital, will hold
a card party on Thursday even-
ing. September 11th. 8 p.m.. at
the Cadillac Hotel. Miami Beach.
Proceeds of the affairs will
supplement the Chapter's sum-
mer project earmarked for the
enlargement of the Out-Patient
Clinic at the hospital.
Beth David Sisters Meet
Board of Directors of the Beth
David Sisterhood held a break-
fast meeting on Wednesday
morning at 1100 Biscayne Boul-
evard. Hostesses were the Mes-
dames Isidor Berman, Sidney
Pozen, Albert Levine. Murray
Kossman and Morris Rabinowitz.
Henry Goldman Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Henry Goldman, son of Mr
and Mrs. Morris Goldman, 417J,
; Chase Avenue. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow]
morning, September 6th, at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rao-
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student I
at the Center Hebrew School and'
also at the Nautilus School.
A Kiddush will be held in the'
Center Dining Hall followinj
services.
:
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ANNOUNCES THAT RESERVATIONS ARE NOW
BEING TAKEN FOR
The High Holy Days
Call Mr. Lobel at 5-7873 or the Synagogue at 58-1251
Strictly Orthodox Services
North Dade Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the North
Dade Jewish Certer will meet I
at t.-.e Center on Mondav even- I
ine. September 8th. at "8 pm '
Raobi Harry Ettinger will be
principal speaker.
Shapiro To Review-
New ADL Book
Samuel W. Shapiro. Florida
State chairman. Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. will re-
view the new ADL book. The
Troublemakers, at a meeting of
the Coral Gables Young Adults.
320 Palermo Avenue, on Wed-
nesday. September 10th. 9:30 p.m.
Shaloma Uroup
Onen* Season
The Shaloma group of Hadas-
j sah will hold a Membership Tea
on Tuesday, September 9th, 1:30
p.m., at the Sovereign Hotel. ID-
ami Beach.
The event will mark the
Group's beginning of activities
; for the coming season Mrs. Nat
: Waldman, membership chairman
1 and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. mem-
bership coordinator oi the Great-
er Miami Chapter of Hadassa:.
will act as hostesses for the oc-
casion. Mrs. Jack Bernard is
president of the Group.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mai
Weitz, recently returned from
Israel who will give her impres-
sions of her visit.
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Mr-
and Mrs. George R. Cohen, "of 6910 Byron Avenue,
i Beach, have returned home following a four-month stay
ie
the birth of their third daughter at Doctor s riospnal
., ,heil children in Port Chester and Swan Like, New York.
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SSTBSSSar Frances Lebon To
Head Business
Group Of Hadassah
Sonz To Board
The Miami Beach Apartment
Association, at the regular meet-
ing of its Board of Directors late
last week, elected Bernard Lin-
Installation of officers of the
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
denfeld and Harry J. Sonz as
ond Mrs. Paul Marks, of 103 SW 48th Avenue, Gn.| members of the Board, it was an-, fessional Women's Group Hadas-
_j j____u.-_ _. tn___ .InounrpH hv naniol M RrnnH sah, will be held Wednesday,
September 10th, at the Lincoln
New "York. Paternal Grandparents are Mr. and Mr*. Morris
(arks 44q5 SW 2nd Street, Miami.
* *
Attorney Donald M. Glazier, of 1345 SW 7th Street, Miami,
it this week for a vacation of several weeks in Gouverneur,
lew York.
Mr. end Mrs. Louis Barrish and children, Linda and Gerald.
imer Miami residents, are now making their home in Holly-
ood, Florida, at 2506 Scott Street. Active in the Zamora Jew-
Center, thp Barrish family was tendered a farewell and pre-
ssed with gifts by Center members last week prior to their
eparture.
Mr. end Mrs. David Deveaugh, of 360 NE 51st Street, an-
Dunce the birth of their son, Dennis Keith, on August 17th,
St. Frcncis Hospital. The Briss took place on August 24th,
fith Reverend Abraham Seif officiating.
* *
American Legion, having been
past District Commander of the
American Legion in Pennsylvan-
ia before coming to Miami Beach
in 1948, life member of the Ki-
wanis Club and a member of the
Masonic Lodge.
Sonz, a resident of Miami
Beach since 1945, when he was
Manor Restaurant.
Dinner, preceding the installa-
tion, will start at 7:30 p.m., after
which the retiring president, Miss
Sholem i, Meets Tuesday
The Luncheon Club oi Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet to-
day. 12 noon, at the Robert Clay
Hotel.
ouage Vit cent C. Giblin, of
the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, will be the guest speaker. Al-
'en B. Kessler, chairman, said that
Judge Giblin will speak on the
subject: T'eed For Lay Interest
In Judicial Administration.
Dr. Spirer On Staff
Mrs. Sam Schulfand, president,
and Mrs. George Chertkof, chair-
man of the Coral Gables Nur-
Marguerite Marx, will turn the sery s^ooi, announce the ad-
gavel over to the recently elected' dition of Dr. Jess Spirer as psy-
president, Miss Frances Lebon. jchologist consultant to
, school's staff. The Nursery
School is scheduled to open on
are Evlyn Brown, 1st vice presi-
dent; Molly Katz, 2nd vice presi-
disctiarged from the Air Corps dent; Mrs. William Keller, treas-
urer; Polly Gershon, financial
secretary; Mrs. Herman Pfeiffer,
after serving in the South Pacif-
ic during World War II, is in the
real estate business and is active
recording secretary; Freda R.
Viner, corresponding secretary;
in civic and fraternal organiza- and Mrs. Harvey Cypress, Chap-
tions here.
Flagler-Granada
Lists Activities
S"itemb?r 8th.
Ralph Lang, chairman of the
Louis Fine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine. 610 SW 21st j Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
oad M;ami. has returned home followinq a two-week vaca-' m"'ty Center Bowling League
xt v .i. nu i j i u j it /- I announces the groups Annual
n spent in New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City.
* +
Mr. end Mrs. Milton Friedman and children, of 3001 SW
^nd Avenue, have returned from a three-week vacation spent
the Ccrolinas.
* *
announces
Bowling Banquet on Sunday ev-
ening, September 7th, at the Din-
ner Key Terrace. Jack Cohen
is in charge of arrangements.
The Center is continuing its
plans for the High Holy Day
Season, as well as for its Sunday
and Hebrew School sessions. Ber- Lillian Goodman,
ter aelegate.
Also to be installed will be the
following Activity Chairmen:
Lillian Goodman, Organization;
Dorothy Parker, Membership;
Marguerite Marx, Program; Eve-
lyn Brown. Fund Raising; Molly
Katz, Education; Lillian Good-
man, Public Relations; Leah
Katz, American Affairs; Mrs. Isi-
dore Cook, HMO.
Jean Brown, Medical Center:
Lillian Marx, Youth Aliyah; Mil-
dred Krupsaw, Vocational Educa-
tion Services; Mrs. Jean Berir.an.
Bulletin; Martha Fabrikant, Pub-
licity; Esther Goodman, JNF:
Bond Chair-
Mr. end Mrs. Herman Bohrer, of 721 West Avenue. Miami nard Welkind has been appointed [ man; Mrs. Sol Posner, Trots:
Beach, cie entertaininq their neice and "nephew here, Mr. and
His. Henry Wolf, of Washington. D.C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
Lubitz, of the same city.
+ + *
Rabt; and Mrs. S. M. Machtei. of 1450 SW 17th Terrace,
principal of the Sunday School Sadie Alexander, Tourist; Mrs. B.
lor the coming year. The faculty | Rappaport, Telephone; Marguer-
will consist of Mrs. Yale Leavy, ite Marx, Parliamentarian; Mrs.
Miss Celia Friedman, Mrs. Moe Rose Goldner, Chai Cards; and
Brody and Miss Ruth Friedman. I Molly Cohen, Hadassah Supplies
Sidney Raskin, Building chair-
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Kity. Following a week's stay there, they will vacation in | installed by the Center in time
IScaroon Manor, Scaroon Lake, Adirondacks, New York, through j for the High Holy Days.
Ithe Hiqh Koly Days. On October l^t, they will return to New
lYork City fnr th<> National Convention of the National Ceme-
teries Association scheduled to be held in the Hotel New York-
er. Rabfc; and Mrs. Machtei will be back in Miami on October
112th.
* *
PARKWAY
Reverend Rudolf E. Brill, spiritual leader of the Zamora
I Jewish Center. Coral Gables, has returned from a five-week
vacation spent in New York City. Rochester, and Bangor. Maine.
with his children and grandchildren.
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THE BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
at our Synagogue
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Beth David Choir
Under Direction of Miriam Donnerstag
B'nai B'rith Youth
Groups To Plan
Schedule Here
Some 500 young persons be-
longing to 20 youth ar.d young
adult chapters of Greater Miami's
various B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganizations will participate in a
program including cultural, re-
ligious, community service, ath-
letic and social activities during
the eoming year.
Impetus for the program will
come largely as a result of the
joint District AZA BBG Con-
vention held in June at Hender-
sonville. North Carolina, the Na-
tional AZA BBG Convention
which ended last August 29th,
in East Lansing. Michigan, and
the B'nai B'rith Young Men's
and Women's Convention held in
Miami Beach the last week of
June.
The initial meeting of the local
B'nai B'rith Youth Committee
Dinner Danee
Tri Beta Council, with the co-
operation of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, will
hold its Secor.d Annual Chow I Kosher
Mein Dinner, Dar.ce and Fash- ', 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-0968
ion Show at the Town Branch |
on Sunday evening, September
7th.
Chairman of the affair is Froma
Block, with Susan Lapof, pub-
licity chairman. Saundra Prince
and Beverly Katims are in charge
of the contest and tickets, re-
spectively.
Complete The Clock Card
Party At Beth David
A Complete The Clock Card
Party will be held at the Beth
David Synagogue on Tuesday,
September 9th, 1 p.m. Co-chair-
men are the Mesdames Max
Bergrran, Bernard Sterling and
Harry Gordon.
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day, September 9th. Advisors for
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_FRIDAY,_SgTEMBER s,
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tin. published bv Little. Brown &
Co The novel is remarkable
for several reasons One o!
them is the fact that the aul
__ a good writer and a deep-
thinking person has chosen t
write about the type of Jews ne
has new i seen, places he hai
er visited and circumstances one
, a .Ko could hardlv imagine, having
THE HOME FRONT: Harvard tude of acceptance regarding the coux ^^ ^ ^ ,.ounUy .
University is among the best, if disintegration of American Jud- Hovvevor, what makes the book
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
.t --e best, institution of higher aism Also a feeling that the so outstanding is the fact that the
ing in this country ... It death Of -Jewishness- in any entire picture presented by U
::: '- ( >" liberal traditional sense is
rations Among its 11.000 anci possibly for the good
its there arc about 2.000 Many students said "I have a
... I was. Therefore, very person religion." meaning ,. M"
- interested in th< esults 0f values similar to those having.
of & study n-.ads among Jewish religi basis but devoid ol
nen there with a view I their rmalistjc connotations .
r.ine their attitude towards Others simply stated that they
reives Jews It is cannot reconcile the idea of ev-
ry ne's having a separate churcr
and creed with the ideals of lib
sm The largest group a-
interviewed student.
iisplayed assimilationist tenden
However, among the
2.000 J
n iny who an
nely intei ested all as-
.-. and are very
in : Hillel H iuse ;her<.
THE ISRAEL FRONT:
Govei:
in any entire picture presented o> uie
nevitable author in all its details is SO Vivid
"oH nd SO impressive as if he were
nimself a part of the community
which he describes It is ;<- if
VOU or I would have written .<
book about the daily, int:
life of people in a small, remote
village in China, never having
been thee vet present ing a true
and very convii icture, the
impression of which is hour.
last for a long time The peo-.
ale Ol Gohnsk. ., tiny village in,
Russu. the miserable life of the |
J, WS there, their fl
dailv worries, their Chassidic be-
lief in the midst of steady op-
pression all this is brought by
the author to life in ;. Dostoev-
sky-liki er ... It is*.. mor- ;
bid pictun ut three-quar-
ters of a century ago, but the
auth<>: has bi I f<
r., ss into it, I ma l< it unl
>ugh
very
t.

.,. while emphasizing thi
lating to the religious a:
fi ati n of Harvard students is
:. ing kept by the University
3ut Jewish students there
.... |
I are Jews Thus.
: i interview at ut 180 o
... 21 fres en in 1
T .- vs. < n-
I by Robert S Hirscl
of tie H irvard Law >.h ".. last-
... 15 minutes to a
;ive the st nt was And
- Wish? Th<
I -.... thai is ver>- in-
terest t r
; 7 ith mestion as to
Ji remain un-
untry .
' i ted that it
."... : ."
.: : ligi etel;
: all thems lv< a sties
sciei lists intellec-
A-
tint*, it establi; that n 51
tudents. most ........ ......................._ .._ .
. Onlv the United State- ::
-... t even the memories of the Jewish, or even
liar religi lie I Sati ns ...-. undertake Russian immigrant parents
egard themselves as th som< pe foi ".""' the bo* is another
-.. ....... | .- H n view t that i cation of how the American Jew-
- students I ird Judais Egvpt .- n w seeking Am ri ,:n, ^h vc!u,h d"''s n"'st',k to escapt'
.- of suoerf..... a ptan lid ... It must be n mi ml ered < Jewis.-.ness. t
When ask you Jew- that in Caii ngs about Pales- derstand it
'. the replv was" usually tini wen sung as the crowds'4o years old. sums it up
- but underlying this beered General Nabuib's com- ut^:- he explains it like this:
-nee was almost invariablv r.g to power And fere are Having been born in Brooklyn
ar -.ellectuallv hegativistic at- manv in Israel who consider it I !n lJ- \ could not havc llved
toward religion in general likely that the Egyptian dictator ln G . Even among the Orthodox will be pressed to win glorv for was blessed with a r
)ts who devote Egypt in his dealings with Brit- grandmother. We beca
practice of Judaism there ain and I-:.:
not alway il h ap-
1 t I th- .
( ived a normal Ji
ior but : It it was com-
. Not to
of student
I WioH
Seven Groups
Greet Billig,
Schwartz Firm
Recognition has been granted
the m w South Florida public re-
lations and fund raising agency
of M C. Billig and Gerald
Schwartz by seven organizations,
it was announced this week.
The firm of Billig & Schwartz
has been granted memberships in
the American Public Relations
A-- m iation, the American Mar-
keting Association, the National
Industrial Advertisers Associa-
tion, the Advertising Federation
of America, the Florida Public
Relations Association, the Flor-
ida Press Association and the Ad-
verl Sing Club of Greater Miami.
Billig was called to New York
City this week to attend an In-
ternational press conference
launching a campaign to estab-
lish a memorial for the Unknown
Jewish Martyr, symbolizing the
6.00U.000 Jews who perished in
Europe in World War 11.
Xbrash Join*
ftade I <>ilr, ul
The Dade Federal Saving, -nA
Loan Association announces,
Joininu of the Association?
Benjamin F. Abrash. Abrash 2
serve as an appraiser f0r ,h
Mortgage Loan Department
Abrash has been a reauor .
the Miami area since 1936 iv
a veteran of Woria War It *
member of the American Ltd-
and resides at 2618 CoUirjSjff
enue.
Ben-Gurion Branch
To Open Season
Ben-Gurion Branch No Mi
Farband, will hold its first meet
ing of the season on Thursday ev
ening. September 11th at' ih
Beth El Center, according to nr
Harry H. Queen, president. pian.
for forthcoming activities will hi
discussed, as well as reports from
the Program Committr,
::ng peaci
,uld be t : table even to readers who
me out of this of- never been it o! eUS.. rhe
On ) U1 I generation i I American-
Urv leaders the Arab born Jews wi. after reading The
c .. Landsmen, fully understand what
Septei r 10th. to map has driven their parent.- to 1.
. Israel can- Russia and cross frontiers illegal-
.....:- This y fnd seek their way to the
ped Israel thai United States Because the
Unit States II step into auth'"t !* huriself an Amencan-
-. orn Jew. his book will impress
Jews and
thi pictun tc present
peace offer to the i Egyptian American readers
General M ammed Na- r:on-Jws a"e -
will
less than
revive long-forgotten
indi-
The author, now
sums it up best
At any rate, friends despite
...
...
- fact thai
f *..-.e student id
llv He- s'tat thizi
i S S
fe which < uld be
' visl Thosi
(tended ;i Scl
nirr.ou
:.... lered 1
I unintell gent and unpio-
-- : educatioi
therein The fe< ling
that Judaism
in America rung sterile
. Then .....
remarkable '
came loving '
the barrier of;
' Is- language and custom; she is the,
rael by the new ruler of Egypt 'in'<
is not belittled ... At the same------------------------------
and lllllKir ScrvH'CK
. |
Junior Services for the
. : Holy Days will be conducted in
. V, the r.ew classn the West
hinJ Miami Jewi hi ter, it was an-
leaned noUnced ,rl> tl
William Klein will act as Can-
THE LITERARY CORNER: A re-
:. '. >.n Jew- |
fe in C zaris 1 Russia,
written by one who was
: i rn m the United SI t<
1 i :. Russia, has
iust made its appi .It
it The Lai
Nursery School will be in charge
%%
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on
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vJewMfhrkHari
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futorneys Plan Bond
)inner For October
A luncheon meeting will be
d today at the Shelborne Ho-
% to bring togther a group of
$.L attorneys comprising a
Plmninc Committee for a din-
Kheduled to be held m Oc-
EhJ- s part of the Fall and
Kit*Campaigns of the 00-
0.000 I.-rael Independence Bond
n,^ will be the first of a ser-
ies of such meetings of various
nrofessional groups, serving as
preliminary steps to the imple-
mentation of plans set by the
Professional Division of the
Icouncl of Organizations for the
Idinncr tentatively set for Octob-
|cr 15th. ___
Harr> Simonhoff, chairman of
llhc meeting, announced that an-
liither luncheon at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel will follow next
Friday. September 12th.
I Said Simonhoff, "The profes-
sional division is off to a good
htart It will be the first group
I to be organized in the trade and
industry setup. We know that
I the professional people of this
community will be anxious to
| support the Israel Bond Drive.
Max Orovitz, chairman for the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
Imittee complimented the at-
Itorneys tor taking the initiative
in getting behind the Bond
I Drive.
Viie Mavor Burnett Roth.
I judg. Harold E. Spaet, and
Judge living Cypen, co-chair-
men with Harrv Simonhoff in
the Miami Beach lawyer's group,
each invited a few of the at-
' torneys t' i attend the luncheon.
Anionu them are Councilman
jiMdlii Turk, Seymour Liebman,
Harry Gordon, Leo Rosen, John
K I'm!'. Walter Kovner, Alex
Gordon. Frank Steinberg, George
Talianoff, David Trau, Harry
Zuckerrick, Councilman Bernard
Frank. Mis. Anna Brenner Mey-
Kenneth Oka and Malvin Eng-
land, r
Councilman Melvin Richard,
Harold Shapiro. Frank Sommer,
Elliot Weston, David Catsman,
Theodore Nelson. Abe Schoen-
5eld. Natalie M. Weinstein, Jack
Abbot. Harold Zinn. William
Brenner, Saul Genet, Jack Mihi-
r, Hylan Kout. Milton Man-
Jack D. Burris, Arthur
I c irshon, Human Morrison
Berk, Mnr: is Beiek. Diana Coop-
and Albert H- Saperstein.
A rl :ilm. Bonds Build Is-
rael, Henry Morganthau, Jr.
ator, will be shown to
on the significance of
I Issue.
committees, Hospitality,
mts, Profram ar.d En-
:it. will coordinate plans
combined professional
dim in October.
Sweden Welcomes
MUNICH, (JTA)A group of
twenty-five tubercular patients
maintained by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee here left for per-
manent settlement in Sweden
where they will also receive
medical care. A number of them
are ambulatory patients, but it
will take about two years before
they can really be started on the
road to rehabilitation.
"This warm-hearted and hu-
Jewish MI'*
manitarian action on the part of
the Swedish Government follow-
ing similar action recently by the
Norwegian Government gives
the Joint Distribution Committee
hope that the end of the Jewish
DP problem is foreseeable," Sam-
uel Haber, JDC director for Ger-
many, declared. He painted out
that the Swedish Parliament
passed a special law granting ad-
mission to the twenty-five Jews.
Views Fall Projects
Committee reports and discus-
sions on Fall community service
projects will take place during
a meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, on
Wednesday evening, September
10th, 8:15 p.m., at the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge.
Past presidents of the group
scheduled to participate in the
deliberations include George J.
Bertman, Walter C. Kovner, Har-
ry Zukernick, Godfrey K. New-
man and Samuel W. Shapiro.
Rabbi April To Conduct
Services For 11th Season
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, will
conduct High Holy Days serv-
ices and preach at the Congre-
gation for the 11th season be-
ginning Friday evening, Septem-
ber 19th. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will chant the liturgy. Seat? are
now available daily and even-
ings.
Israeli Uroup
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Mrs David Koch, membership
chairman of the Israeli Group
ol II.. isah, announces plans tor
G i Acquainted Party to be
held n Wednesday, September
1:30 p.m., at the Surfside
Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.
>. r.em era will be briefed
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ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
IHAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
hGUE ""'1 hold Friday even-
services at 6:30 p.m. Rab-
at' Sabbath will follow at 6:45
m Saturday morning services
scheduled for 9 a.m., with
Thbi Isaac Ever officiating.
facha will be at 6:15 p.m., fol-
fed by Shalom Seudos and
lliv Daily services are at 8
., and at 6:30 p.m.

3ETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
I hold Friday evening serv-
at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
i s are scheduled for 9
n with Habbi Max Shapiro
kiatins and Cantor Maurice
.',mh. ssisting. The Bar
Itzvah I Ku'hard. son of Mr.
"' mrs. I 'scar Evans, will take
,.' ai 1 at time.

beth el congregation
.; hold i-: relay evening servic-
------------
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
es at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are scheduled for 8:30
a.m. A class in Theology will
follow at 5:30 p.m. Minclia is at
6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky discussing the Week-
ly Portion. At 5 p.m., the Rabbi
will discuss Ethics of the Fath-
ers. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., i Min.h
followed by Shalos Seudc; and
Maariv.
bat is'scheduled to follow. Sat-
urday morning services will be
at 9 a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will preach. Elias Cerner is
scheduled as guest Cantor.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph
R. Narot officiating. Car.tor Jac-
ob G. Bornstein will render the
musical portions of the service.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m., when Oscar Weinstein
Kirsch Beverages Come Up With Sugar
Free Ale For Diabetics, Waist-Watchers
When doctors of the Jewish
Sanitorium for Chronic Diseases
asked Hyman Kirsch and his son,
Morris, directors of the hospital
ar.d top-ranking executives of
Kirsch Beverages, Inc., to develop
a sugar-lree soft drink for dia-
betics, a two-year laboratory ex-
periment began that led to the
introduction of No-Cal.
No-Cal, a new sugar-free ginger
ale now marketed by Kirsch Bev-
erages. Inc., Brooklyn, New York,
promises to hp a boon to count-
With the r.on-caloric drink, the
craving for a sweet thirst-quench-
er can be fulfilled withou". adding
an ounce to a hard-to-control
waistline.
There is no salt or threatening
>.alories to count with No-Cal.
An eight-ounce glass of the new
beverage contains about one and
a half calories, derived from aro-
matic spice flavoring. The same
amount of ginger ale made with
natural sugar represents 100 un-
its of food energy. To the diet-
v.lS ll
ndni,
bth D.iviO
|< onifi \
Miami
>th El 1
KM* V
ktn Jacoi
rth0.li.\
eth Shoiom
Rabbi Itaac Kver. Or-
7Mh SI Mi tnu Bc.u-h.
Il-ilihl Max Shapiro,
2623 SW 3rd Ave..
-Iinmr>aliu Sw-lrsky, C>r-
KW ITT"1 Ave Miami.
lUbbl Sfoaei Me>fhe'off.
"1-311 Wash. Ave.. MTV
CORAL GABLES JEWISH
CENTER will hold its first Friday
evening service of the season at
8:15 p.m., in Schulefand Hall,
with Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Cantor Irving Robinson assisted
by Leon Schiff, choir director,
habbi Skop will discuss: The
Jewish Scene Today. Saturday
morning services will be at 9:30
a.m., with Torah study and Kid-
dush following.
less Jewish diabetics and weight-
assist Rabbi Alfred Waxman. watchers who deprive themselves j cons^uV^ubilc.' No-Cal isnoth
a will be at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by a discussion on Ethics
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday eVening serv-
ices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for
8:30 a.m.. when visiting Rabbi
Rabbi i.en Kroniah, Arya Becker, of Israel, will dis-
i i ha.-e avh MR cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
K. or!" fiStf a- M,: services are at 8a.m., and at 6:30
urn Bi p.m.
ralGabi" Itabbl Mo": Is SkfMi. I,lb-
n,own s;narflmoou^n,hCud."abm HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
sw 3rd Miami. Fridav evening services at 8:15
gitr-Oranada :.n nw list Pteqe, p w Saturday morning services
rtAw Academy Rabbi A'-xr- '.t are scheduled'for 9 a.m. Mincha
.....lox, 918 6th St.. M.B. ; will be at 6:15 p.m. Daily scrvic-
iJ'"h.V''""' Si?rT" v- ISaJMth 'es are at 7:30 a'm- and at 6;35
' p.m.
KNESSETH ISRAEL CON-
GREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. After-
noon services will be at 6:30 p.m.,
lollowed by a Sabbath Social
Hour.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
Tith St., services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
services are scheduled
oiiywood it ihbl Jacob Hontar, Con-
. \ .. 10 F'nllc St., Hollywood
raelite Center Rabbi Abraham
..rvatlve. :U'.'S SW 24th
Ter M
ntieth ii "i Rabbi Abraham ('<--
I, mi n.\. 1115 Ku.lid Ave.,
Miarri h
lami Br.nh llubbl Irving I^ljrmnn,
Conw 1701 Wash. Ave., lf.B.
iiami Hebrew School -Rabbi fehmon
April, ..i..x. lioi sw 12th Ave.,
ill .
orth Da r!.- Rabbi HaiTV Ktt'nKcr,
taiive. 13630 W. Dixie High-
w ly, v-> h Miami
ortn Shore Rabbi May,':- Abramo-
rltl vative. 620 -
Miami Hi rh i ^.-nino
emple Israel IT. Joseph Narot, Rf1"1""""8
\k isth s'. Miami. i for 9 a.m., when Rabbi Irving
feretn isr.-ei Reverend ceorce I Lehrrr.an will discuss the Weekly
j ttoo N. Miami Ave.. M'-j portion. The Bar Mitzvah of
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Goldman will also take place
at that time. An afternoon Bible
class will be hold at 4:45 p.m.,
followed bv Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are in the Chapel at 8
a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Nor-
rman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Duchon will become Bar Mitzvah
at that time. Rabbi Simon April
will officiate. A class in Mishna
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Mincha, Shalos Seudos
and Maariv.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
1 TER will" hold Friday evening
j services at 8 p.m.. with Rabbi
i Harry Ettir.ger officiating
discussing Repentence
Vert Misin, Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
.'" SW ITlh St., Miami.
roung Israel OrthduX, 4001 Chase
Are.. Mla-nl Bearh.
jZamwa I:. \. rend Rudolf Hrlll, Con-
H Zamora Ave., Coral
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YOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 6:15 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m. Mincha will be at
6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 8
a.m., and at 6:30 p.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Satur-
day morning at 9 a.m., with Rev-
erend Rudolf E. Brill officiating.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Seaboard Sets
AST A Convention
Travel Schedule
Plans have been completed for
a special train from New York for
delegates to the 22nd Annual
Convention of the American So-
ciety of Travel Agents which
meets in Miami ar.d Miarri Beach
on October 20th through 24th, ac-
cording to W. J. Ficht, General
Passenger Agent of the Seaboard
Railroad here.
Ficht Ftated the train will con-
sist of "accommodations to suit
every ASTA member, from re-
served-seat coaches to drawing
room Pullmans, with -plenty of
recreational and lounge space, in-
cludir g a tavern lounge observa-
tion car and complete dining car
facilities."
The special train, arranged by
Seaboard with the full coopera-
tion of the Pennsylvania and RF
& P Railroads, will leave New
York at 2:05 p.m., Saturday, Oc-
tober 18th, and arrive in Miami
on Sunday the 19th, 3:35 p.m., the
day before the Convention opens.
This will allow members of the
travel fraternity to register and
otherwise "settle in" at their var-
ious hotel accommodations in the
Miami-Miami Beach area prior to
the first session of the Conven-
tion, which has been designated
the World Travel Congress".
Ficht said.
Some 2.000 members of ASTA
from all over the world are ex-
pected to attend the Convention.
Plans Talmudic College
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of Ahavas Israel Syna-
gogue, announced early this week
plans for the establishment of a
Talmudic College which will be
included in the buildirg of the
new Synagogue scheduled for
erection at 7807 Carlyle Avenue,
Miami Beach.
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' Choir will assist. An Oneg Shab-
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
ModeratUy Air Conditioned. Beautiful Synagogue
935 Eurlid Avenue, Miami Beach
ANNOUNCES
That the office is open the entire day
For those who wish to reserve or take their seats
for the coming High Holy Days
Our Beloved" Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Joseph i
Prominent Speaker and Renowned
Cantor Known as
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*Jemstfk>ridiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER %
Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.!
Discover Rich Mineral Springs Sources
In Ft. Lauderdale; To Erect Watering Spa
North Dade Meeting
the Nortkl
Center wil, "w
WASHINGTON Jews are beginning to feel the effects of the
McCarran-Waller Immigration Act America's first Nuremberg,
. despite the fact that it does not become law until December derdale Springs, whose rich min-| search reports. c^tain_more_than
Greater Miamiara now have an and sodium chloride, borate fjuor-
opportunity to partake of rich ide and bromide.
mineral waters just a few ir.in- Even traces
utes ride from Miami. tellurium are
Recentlv-discovered Ft. Lau- waters, which according to re-
A general meeting 0f
Dade Jewish
held on Wednesday eveniTJ
tember 10th, at 8 p m '*?
Schwartzman, exe in the mineral
P^'aker.
Th Visa Division of the State Deprrtment. which had refrain-
ed from' listing Jews as such on via applications, was found lo be
rr.aking a special new effort lo label Jews. This was done in an-
ticipation of the act which Senator Heberj H. Lehn-.an described
is "strikingly similar to the basic racial philosophy officially es-
poused so unfor:una.\?ly and with such tragic results in Nazi
Germany a few short years ago.'' President Truman attempted to
veto the act but failed because it had been advertised ar.d sold to
Congress as c vital anti-Communist measui3.
The Stau- Department denied that its listing of Jews had any-
: ng to dc with th act But the Bureau : the Budget, a part :
- Executive Off.ce ol President Truman, told a d story.
An fficial ol the Bureau wrote the B'nai B'rith Ant
gue that the McCarrar.-Walter Act i
: "race and ethnic class
The ADL's original letter to the Bureau of the Budget was
sent on June 13th. in connection with instances in which Jews
were being required to identify themselves or. visa fsrrr.s. This
was before the passage of the act on June 27th. The act does not
legally go into effect until December 24th. Yet, the Bureau ans-
wered on July 23th. lh:l the new law prevented it from acting on
the ADL's request.
J. ix lef of the Visa Divu
passag McCai Wi i Bill H
i luence i
.. : .... |j
t this [tending the A
i stro-g t for 1 Wall ,'. I
In 1349. L'Heureux told a Jewish Labor Committee gathering
el Atiar.tic Ci:y that he had notified consular officers that "mere
voluntary enlistment in the Ger.-r.sn Army, cr joining the Nazi
- rty. should no longer be .-egarded as sufficient in itself to cor-
..-;. : _.-. alien'i entry would ks prejudicial to the interests
-~ United S:-:c?. People in all countries join all kir.ds of or-
talions of..--, without fully realizing what they are joining."
The Visa Division ::::-.- -hewed great compassion for these casual
einert."
eral waters aid in ailments such
as arthritis and rheumatism, will
afford South Flondians a chance
mtinuous mineral baths
and treatments instead of having
travel to distant watering
pla--s throughout the nation.
Waters of Ft. Lauderdale
Springs come from 4.100 feet be-
and contain such
health-giving minerals as cal-
cium sulfati and chloride, stron-
tium sulfate. aluminum chloride
.
foi
Obituaries
(BRAHAM K080FF
..' |nd
\ li t hei
. hi la survi> '! b)
his wlf< R......n
ti M Kstelli '.'.
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- Newark
u Miami
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Minister for Croai no 1 and
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Defense Ecoi |
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fcy :he Weizmann Institute of Science of Israel. The Visa Division
barred this Nobel Prize-winrer for "security reasons." but it refus-
es to tell why they considered him such a deadly menace. There
were similar cases in which L'Heureux used the 1950 McCarran
internal Security Act tc deny visas to distinguished foreigners,
mese tactics were widely condemned as "Iron CuKain" methods.
- I'-pt a 1 p, .
i: was used
Senator J O. Eastland i |
.' :
Wall Act. L'H
i -u nt oost bv lobbvii
LHeureux has not only lobbied for restrictive legislation but
disph-yed quaint ideas about listing descendants of the early
''^r^S?ara .?ly- :rT" Jews M ,hat <"M grouns could be
loentified for rf.tut.cal purposes." The L'Heureux record is that
Of a staunch proponent of the McCarran ideas which irclude re
V'-sHnaVon TSJ ~.01 ,he Third Reich' Herma" Edelsterg.
Washington ADL Director, wrote a letter to L'Heureux which
pointed out t the Visa Division's racial inquiries were not In
let-
beat
a-
m-
strength of our diploma^/ "'" '" -' effect on the
^nswered Edelberg's letter although con-
I p or espionage. Ah,,,
. i
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^ ii
*< hit wife,
'!
': Vmeti
.' \. iKR
n hos-
< lb) his v r. .
Id
nd Intel
II.
Alifi.WI \.\| KAHN

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7,000 parts per million dissolved
soiids. According to further
j health reports, the type of min-
erals found at Ft. Lauderdale
j Springs aid persons suffering
from excess weight, strengthens
j gum and body tissues, helps in-
ie flow of intestinal fluids
and aids in digestion.
Persons suffering from rheu-
matism and arthritis have receiv-
ed great benefits from the min-
i r.,1 baths, according to letters re-
ceived from past visits at the
\ Springs.
Around the rich mineral
springs, a modern health center,
complete with mineral baths,
steam baths, needle showers,
massage facilities and sun decks,
has beer, constructed.
Ihi' story of the discovery of!
Ft. Lauderdale Springs is unique.
During World War II. a pipe deal-
er set off a blasl in an abandoned
oil-well to loosen several thou-,
-and feet of pipe he had been'
contracted to Declaim during the
days of critical shortages of ma-
T blast sent the mineral
waters up from 4.100 feet below
the surface. The well was capped
I lati m ater analyzed.
Plars for expansion are under-
\ th..t Ft.
Springs will be a
n the nation's
Presi ntly. it is
* ijor health at-
a new travel
. ket for thi I I
Ersoff Unveiling
The dedication of ument
to the :i emory of the late J- rome
Ersoff, formerly of 6510 SW 4th
Street, will take place Sundav.
September Tt.-.. 10 a.m. at the
Beth David Plot of Mt. Sinai
rial Park Cemetery with
Max Shapiro officiating.
Mr. Ersoff is survived by his
wife, Sarah, parents. Mr. nd
Mrs. Nathan Ersoff, a brother..
Burton, and a sist r, Roslyn. Ar-1
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. File: ds and relatives are
asked to ,itt--nd.
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The dedication of a monun i nl
lo t. e mi mory of the late Ar-
thur A. Seidner, formi rlv of KilO
Dougla Road, will take place
Sunday. September 7th. ] p.m.,'
al Ml \. .i Cemetery with Rab-1
'' Morris SI ; ifficiating. Mr.
Sl K,n' vived bv his wife
Leh- ;''.....ns. Julius. Robert 5EE SERVEL NOW)
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd S. Phone 87-8201
North Dade Jewish Center
13630 Wesl Dixie Highway. North Miami
ANNOUNCES HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
to be conducted by
RABBI HARRY ETTINGER and the CHOIR
Make Reservations Daily from 10 a.m. to 4
and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon
or bv calling 89-0283 or 84-6972
p.m.
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KIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1952
*Jewisti Fkridiari
PAGE IS
;ieanup Group
)rges Combined
|edge Payments
. cleanup Committee of more
lhan 50 Miami citizens will tap
hc community to secure pledges
LEGAL NOTICE
Combined Jewish
Bi.
Lade to the
inpeal 'n 'he recent 1952 cam"
lgn it was announced early
H week by Carl Weinkle, prea-
[dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Th,. volunteer group
women has adopted
of
and
men
as a
kinc motto: Pay Your Pledge
gefore The Holidays So The Holi-
days
Can Mean More To All Jews
vervwhere.
Sam C.oldstein, chairman of the
MHectioiu group, has announced
kbat hi" workers have united to
Cover all pledge-cards before the
regular meeting which convened
yesterday noon, at the offices of
federation.
Federation president Carl
Weinkle i x pressed confidence in
ihe efforts of the Committee. "I
knmv that the Jewish commun-
ity- will share my admiration and
gratitude for their work", he said.
-Our local institutions must con-
tinue to serve. National and ov-
erseas agencies depend upon our
generosity, and Israel is in ur-
cent need of emergency cash for
food, medical aid and housing.
We have promised, and we can-
not fail them now."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28659
In Id: ESTATE OF
1K>Y C. BTONE, i.....iwii
To All Ciedltors ami All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against
Mid Estate:
You, anil each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
I'lainiH and demands which you, or
either of yon, may have against the
estate of ROY c STONE, decease!!
late of I lade County, Florida, to the
Honorable \V. 1 BI.ANTO.N anil
HIAXK II DOWI/INO, County Judges
of I >ade County, and file the -ann-
ul llieir office In the County Court-
house in l>ade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of the first puiiiirailon hereoi
8ald claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to he sworn to and presented as a-
forcsaiil. 01 same will be barred.
Date August 2S, AH. 152.
STELLA HOI.I.INC
As Administratrix of the
KM.lt. Of
HOY C. STONE, Deceased.
CHARUCS A. GUILD. JR.
Attorney for Administratrix
226 W. Flagler St.
9'5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT T3F
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
i. Plaintiff


. Stafford
1*11} Jail
S,. lei .-.>, I i.f.'i.lant
.1 Mb li.n-l Stall..: .1
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
notified l lat a BUI
lo l Uvorce has" b< i n
-! > on. and you aie re-
.i copy of your Ans-
ling to the BUI "i Com-
ihe plaintiff's Attorney,
K. Ii 25 '" West Flagler
Miami Florid and file tne
A,r or Pleading In ""
Hi.. 1 "lei k of the 1 '11 .nli
liefol the Srd day of ><-
If you fail to do SO,
default will be taken
1 for the relief demanded
of Complaint.
IkiXK VNll ORDERED at Miami,
this llli d.i> of Septembei.
A.U 1952
K It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Bade County. Florida
iri Seal)
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Josephine Karambela, Plaintiff
vs.
Thomas Henry Karambela
residence unknown. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Thomas Henry Karambela
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against ) oil, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading lo the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Stephen F. Kesaler, 2SO0 West Flavicr
St., Miami. Florida, and file the or-
iginal Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 8rd day of October,
ItSS. if you fail to do so. judgment bj
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in tin- Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th daj of fceptember,
A.D. 1932.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
9 5-12-18-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURY
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28482 A
IN' RF. ESTATE OF
OEOROE w. BLOOMBERG,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TOi All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby,
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
Batata of GEORGE W. BLOOMBERG.
deceased, late of Dade County,' Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same In
their office in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida. within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Dated this 15th day ol August, AIL.
1952.
DAVID M. BUlOMBKRI! and
ROBERT I.. HUlOMItKII'i,
Co-executors of the Estate
of George W. Bloomberg,
deceased.
ROBERT 1. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for the Estate
740 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
S'15-22-29 9/5
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2496i
):i: KSTATE iK"
I'M I. 11 MKSSNER. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
SnTli'l : hereby given thai 1 have
|l pol t and petition for
.is Executrix of the
1 Ml, (i MESSNER, de-
nid that on the 5th day of
1 I will apply to Hi."
a F BLANToN'. County
Uadi County, Florida, for
al 1 final repot t and foi
n Exi cutrlx of the
mi. ii MESSNER, de-
ii ..f September, 1952.
M VRIE 8ETH MESSNER
I'Al.l.iiTT SILVER and MILl.oY
Executrix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
. tl, desiring to engage In
1 the fictitious name .,f
JrJVE.NTII AVENUE LAUNDRO-
MAT, ai .-! .\ VV. Tih Ave., Miami,
i to register said name
lerk of the circuit Court
' Uadi aunty, Florida.
NATHAN 8. AARON
TE88IE AARON
Partners)
UAMEL SEAL HELLER
v' foi \pplloants
I Arcade Bldg.
Mian .. 1 1
1 12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES thai
dereigneri, desli Inn to engage In
. undi 1 the I., tillous name <
CLEAN-N-CARE, at nurols 12200
N. W. 1st Court, In the City of North
Miami, Florida, Intends lo register
in. said : a me Ith the Clerk "f the
Court of I lade Count} FI01 Ida.
Dated at North Miami, Florida, this
(2nd i '< '' A igust, i'.i.".2.
LUC1AN GILMORE K1MES
Sole 1 iwn. 1
8/29 9/5-12-19_______________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152547
VIKTOR NAWROTZKY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA NAWROTZKY,
1 lefetiilant. gj)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNA NAWROTZKY
VATRA DORNE1
DORNA-KANDBENl
]{(IP MANIA
Yon are hereby notified that a Bin
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against Mm. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wrer or Pleading to the Bin of Com-
plain) "ii the plaintiff's Attorney, and
He the original Answer or Pleading
In ti office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2oth day
of September, 1952. If you fall t" do
so, judgment by default will be taken
gall -e7 you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, Ibis 2Mb day of August. A.D.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By WM, W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BEN ESSEN
g3 Si vliold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
A 29 9'a-12-19

FOR
PMNTMNG
Call
Phone 3-7124
TH'I.V CMTY
PRESS, inc.
"0 N.E. SIXTH STREET
for a BUS
NEW^l
YEAR
r Israel ,
o PrcpecKH end buyyc*
lend at American .moocel and <
0.lopmnl OxporsMos h* H/oel
1622 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152517
EDI II OUIIjO, Plaintiff.
VS.
AQNE8 GUILD. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Yon. AGNEfc GUILD, 277 Kastern
Parkway. Brooklyn 16. New York, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed a-
gainst yoUi and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, Harold Shapiro,
.27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of tin- circuit Court on or before
the 2ith day of September, 1952. if
you fall to do so. judgment by default
will be taken agalnal you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
AND ORDERED al Miami.
thin 25th day of August,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152725
DORIS S. BUTLER, Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWARD I BUTLER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EDWARD I. BUTLER
IS Neptune Avenue
New Km belle, New York
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 Attorneys.
MYERS, HKIMAN Ar KAPLAN. 6!>il
Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the offli.....f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2nd day
of October. 195% If yiu fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In thj" BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH 1 LOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of September,
A D 1952
F:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attornevs for Plaintiff
9/3-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKF'.irY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ene --* n
business under the fictitious n a
THE PROM SHOP, at 760 lie]
Street, Miami Beach, Florida. tend
In register said name with the Cu-ik
of the Circuit Court of Dade c. |gty,
n""da PEARL WA1. -:,
PAULINE Sil
OEOROE J*. TALIANOFF"
Attorney for Applicants
9/3-12-19-26
DONE
Florida,
1952.
(Cl
29
NOTICE
i: b leathf:rman,
Clerk, i'.- 'i .: :
I Mile County, Florida
in Seall
Uj O, B, HARD1E,
I utj Cli i.
_______
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN that
the i i>i rslgi g to i ngage in
buslnens under the fictitious name of
JIMMY'* BARBER SHOP, at 680 S.
Drive, Miami Springs, Kin Intend
t .f the Cli nit i "ourt of Dade County,
Florida.
A. HENRY nrsso
AN1BAL OARRIDO
STANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Appllcanta
sil Seybold Bldg.
8 8-tfi'22-2S
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23597
RFC: B8TATE OF"
CHARLES FELDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is- hereby given that 1 have
filed my final report and |ietltion for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of CHARLES I EI.DMAN, de-
ceased; and that on the 80th day ol
September, 1952. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, !<:
approval of Bald final report and for
final discharge as Executor of
Estat. of CHARLES FELDMAN,
ceased
This 22nd day ..f August, 1952.
- LEON KAPLAN,
as Exi cutor of the Estate
CHARLES FELDMAN,
I ,,- '1
MTERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Vttortieyn I Fixecutoi
<< j hold B dg.,
'Miami, l"l.i.
NOTICE TC CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY- JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28539-A
In Re: ESTATE I F
SAMUEL s sacks, Di eaaed
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against
Said Estat. :
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required t" present any
claims and demands which you, or
either ef you, ma\ has. against the
estate SAMUEL S. sacks, de-
la ti of Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the Hen W, F. BLANTON,
"ounly Judge of Dade County, and
rile the same in bis office In the
County Courthouse in Dade county.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date "f the fiist publica-
tion hereof, said claims or demands
th
de-
m-
ine legal address of the
ind to be sworn to and
as aforesaid, or same will
in contain
claimant ;
].l seated
be barred.
Date August 11. A.D. 1952.
MAE J SELTZER
ADELAIDE COHEN
As Executrlces of the
Estate of, and
As Executrlces of the i-ist
will and Testament of
SAMUEL S. sacks,
1 ie.-eased.
KOVNER ,< MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Executrlces
ijn Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
; 15-22-29 B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 149491 I
IACOB MINDL1N, ct alI .
Plaintiff*.
vs.
IAMES R. GREEN, et al.,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY 8 ven thai the
mdi ri gned, Special Matter In
Chancery, will offer for sale and sell
it public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, before the south
fronl dm.: of the Court House of Dade
Countv, Florida, on Monday, October
.;, 1952. at
N i the fi
Ituate In
wit:
1..... in
TENTH
LEAH.
then of,
at Page
ords
in,'.. lock Noon 112: K)
illowing i Ibi i propertj
Dadi County, Florida, to-
and 11 in Block UM of
ADDITION To 1IIA-
llng to the Plat
led In Plat I'.ei.k v.
100, of the Publ i Ri
bade Count) Florida, to-
gether itii the Improvements
situate there..n and tile furniture,,
furnishings and equipment therein
i ontalned ....
said property lo be sold to satisfy the
Final Deere' this cause and costs.
DATED this Itli day of September.
19'1"' /s/ Al.rP.ED KRF.ISLFJR
\. B'pei al Master In Chancery
HAROLD TANNEN
1009 Security Building
117 N. F: 1st Avenue
MUnii. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiffs
S/3-I2-19-26
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152186
EDSON KARL DOWE
vs.
MARGARET DOWE
76h,)i South 2oth Strei I
Newark, New Jersey
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Margaret Dowe
y.iii are hereb) notified thai a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading lo the Bill ol Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
STEPHEN P KESSLER, 2200 West
Flagier Street, Miami, Florida, and
rile the original Answer or Pleading
in the office "f the Clerk of the Cli -
cuit Court i.ii or before the 12th da)
of September, 1931 If you fail to do
so. Judgment bj default will I" taken
against you for the relief demanded
in tin' Bill "f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w,ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of August, A. D.
FT. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Cent Seal)
in M. is FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
22"" West Flagler Street
8 15-22-29 9 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engj* In
business under the fictitious name ol
THE LITTLE OOPA, at 1087 N, E.
79th Street. Miami. Florida. Intend '.
register said name with the Clerk bf
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
K,r,da SAMUEL F. IBM
LENORF: J RIF-KIN
HUTNER & HUTNER
Attorneys for Applicants
iM oivmpia Bldg.
Miami It, Florida
By BERNARD IHTNEB
S/22-29 9/5-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50993
NOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN thai
Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder of Little
River Valley Drainage District Tin
Certificates numbered 30 an. 121.
dated the 29th day f May. A. D. 195".
has filed said certificates in mi if-
flee, and has made application [or
tax deed to Issue thereon in ao-ord-
ance with law. Said certificate
brace the following described pr
ty. situated in Dade County, Btal 'I
Florida, to wit:
\a>x 9, Block ;i, I'lnewood Parn., \
Sub Plat Book 6, I'age 42. in
Countv of Dade, state of Florida.
as embraced in Certificate N<
The assessment of said pre:
under the said certificate iss
was ill the name of H. R. 1
Lot 21. Block 2. West Little K '
Trai I N" 2, A Sub., Plat I
24, Page B, in the County of l
state of Florida, as embraei
,-. rtiflcate No. 111. The ass
meni of said property under
,;,j,| cert If I ite issued was in
name of EdWln A Hianitli
ri.i. -~ said certificates shall
,;. emi l according to law, U
will Issue thereon on thi 241
... -. ,1 ber, \ D, 1952.
i this ,.'.|th daj of August
E B. LEATHEAMAN,
;, i k, Cli cull Co
I lad,- Count: Florl
url Seal) .....
B> N r STERRE
Depul
S .; 9/3-12-19
N'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the f let it ions name of
\Klto.N FOAM RUBBER PRODUCTS
CO at 5512 N. W 2nd Av.iiu. Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Of Dade
Countv. Florida.
MR IKVlNi: KELTON
ist.'.i owner)
s,29 9 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
PAULA lASIIloNS, at 275 N. B nli
81 Miami. I'll intends lo register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
PAULINE M1LERAT
bTANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Applicant
s i i s, | bold Building
iS/29 9 .-12-19_______________ ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the until : ilgni l. desiring to i m
business under the fictitious name of
PALM COURT BEAUTY SALON, at
:: i 23rd St., intends t.. i. glster
said na'ne with the Cl.rk of the Cir-
cuit Court Ol Dade County. 1
ROBERT D WANI.EK
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorrn Applicant
S. belli Hid-.
8 22-29 9 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.: .;. rslgned, desiring to ent -
husim s under Ihe fli titlous n
HOME OWNER'S SURVEY,
Ponce He Leon Blvd.. Coral '
Intends lo reglstei said name wli
Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
'"'"""> Herbert neilin i
Sole Owner
MII.TuN MA Ml'.Kit
\t.....ul f.-i Applicant
i Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Fla
v 22-29 9.5-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50990
Notice is hereb) given thai N
b-i w. Slegel, holder of Cltj
Tax Sal- Certificate Number* I I9l>.
,i ,., tl the 5th day of June, A I
IS ... has Lied said Certlflc ite
offt,. and has made appllcatl in
i ,x ib eil :.. issue there..n lii .. "i-
ance with law Bald Certlfli
,,..,,,. me foUowing described
erly, situated In Dade i ountj
*% lULoVll. Block 17. Alice I.
win i:t ai Subdivision Ami i
Plat Book B, Page -",'',
of Miami. County of Dade, -
The assessment of said pi
under the Certificate issued is In
the name of Unknown, i nlej '
Certificate shall be redeemed a
,',,', law, tax deed Will Issue I '
on the 84th day of September. A D
l9Dated this 20th daj of August v D.
IMt k B LEATHERMAN,
,-i, rk of Circuit Co
l>nde County, Elm
,''"V"" % W STEKKL .
Deputy clerk
S 22-29 i1 5-12-19 ^
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridicm BO-
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Wi appreciate youf
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service al
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
tor messenger service.
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V ^JLg^7
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHQNE 9-3836
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