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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25Number 37
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ermany Approves Hague Draft
iharett, Adenauer
Meet In Luxem
burs
did not yet consider the agree-
ments worked out here by a Ger-
man negotiating team with the
Israeli and Jewish delegations.
Cabinet study of the draft was
deferred pending the return from
Mexico of Finance Minister Fritz
Schaefer.
Meanhile, the Israel Govern-
ment began the final phase of
its work on the German-Israel
BONN (JTA) The West German Government Monday ap-
pved the drafts of the reparations agreements reached at The
fgue by the West German delegation and the world Jewish and agreement. Gershon Avner and
aeli delegations, it was announced here. A government spokes-
,n stated that West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer met
aeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett in Luxemburg Tuesday to
n the German-Israeli pact. -. .
he Germans have agreed to Adenauer and his government
iv Israel $715,000,000 in repar-
Dr. Jacob Robinson, members of tion of an official purchasing ag-r
the Israel delegation here, flew i eny.
back toTe, AV. with the draft JgWoSJS, RStK
derstood here, will be followed
and made a report to the govern-
ment. The Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee of the Knesset was to
meet, although the parliament is
in recess, .to hear a report by
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
on the agreement. The Israel
cabinet is also expected to pro-
ceed immediately with forma-
by signature of an agreement be-
tween the Israel Government and
the Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany
governing the disposition of the
reparations payments Germany is
making to the Jewish people
through Israel.
[ion for material damages suf-
xi bv the Jews and $107,000.-
to settle the global claims of
i( Conference on Jewish Ma-
Irial Claims Against Germany.
he payments will be made to
irael in the form of goods and
le Israel Government will re-
nburse the Conference for its
hare.
[West German Parliamentary
Ircles here are of the opinion
hat the establishment of diplo-
matic and economic relations
>ith Israel are necessary to guar-
ntee the realization of repara-
|ons payments and have express-
the hope that such relations
\i\W be established.
A dispatch from Bonn in the
London Times says, "Chancellor
hope that apart from the contri-
bution to the economic recovery
of Israel, the agreements will
bridge a reconciliation between
Germany and world Jewry and
will be accepted as symbolic of
the righting of a great wrong."
Earlier, initialling of agree-
ments between Germany and Is-
rael and Germany and the Coun-
cil on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany, which was to
have taken place here last week-
end, had been unexpectedly post-
poned. Formal signature of the
agreements, scheduled for a later
date at Luxemburg, was also
postponed.
One reason for this delay, it
had been understood here, was
the fact that the German Cabinet
Israel Protests Syrian Threat
Of "Second Round" To UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel protested this week to the tries will demand that Egypt sup-
United Nations Security Council against threats by Syria to open port the projected new and in-
a second round of war against Israel. A letter from Abba Eban, head '
of the Israeli delegation at the UN, to the president of the Security
Council, which was made public here, contained a sharp protest on
two threats against Israel by Colonel Shishakley, military dictator
until our slain comrades will be
Ambassador Eban's letter drew
attention to a speech by Colonel
Shishakley on August 15th, to a
graduating class of Syrian Army
officers named after Suleiman el
Kurdi, who was killed in the
Palestine fighting. Shishakley de-
clared: "We are swearing, and
we will not break this oath, that
our swords will not be sheathed
CRA C Accepts Plan
To Reorganize Work
unds Walkout Of
ADL And AJC
In one of the most dramatic moments in the last decade of
merican Jewish history, the 10th plenary conference of the Nation-
al Coir.munity Relations Advisory Council early Tuesday voted to
accept a compromise plan of reorganization of community relations
work previously rejected by two of its member agencies.
Immediately after the voting on this reorganization proposal
spokesmen for the Anti-Defama- .... ju.
ing throughout a day of debate.
tion League of B'nai B'rith and
|the American Jewish Committee
formally announced that the
Council's decision had made con-
tinued rrembership by the two
agencies impossible and that they
Iwere recommending withdrawal
I'rom the advisory body.
At separate meetings earlier,
'he delegations of the two organ-
izations voted to retire immed-
iately from further participation
m the conference deliberation.
An ADL spokesman said today
the delegation did not consider
't proper to participate in the
t-ection and budget discussions
(1 an organization from which it
"*'as withdrawing. The delegates
w the two agencies did not par-
cipate m today's deliberations.
u'cers of both organizations
c,ed today to secure speedy rati-
ication by their executive bodies
Sjl the decision on withdrawal.
"ie American Jewish Commit-
'*es formal decision is expected
'" advance of the semi-arjnual
meeting of its executive commit-
l next month.
vpni"! Kane, chairman of
"*-AC, who presided at the ses-
-op, described the occasion as
7 "ddest moment of my life."
atreceived warm applause, how-
ih!.r^when ** declared firmly
M?,ihe NCRAC would continue.
Alternative proposals, which they
described as their maximum con-
cession, were submitted by the
two agencies, but found little or
no support outside their ranks.
Offers Compromise
In a move to end the impasse
late policy and program.
In regard to division of labor,
the resolution scrapped the as-
signment proposed by the
NCRAC Special Evaluative Com-
mittee and set up a new proced-
ure under which all agencies in
the field would submit their rec-
ommendations to the appropriate
NCRAC committee which would
determine the division of labor
within its field by a majority
vote. Decisions would be sub-
ject to review by the NCRAC ex-
ecutive committee.
For the concept of "exclusive
responsibility" contained in the
Evaluative Committee report, the
Barr resolution substituted "pri-
mary responsibility" and did not
rule out activity by other organ-
izations. The resolution, as a-
mended, gave the American Jew-
ish Committee and the ADL pro-
pacified by the liberation and the
cleansing of the land which they
loved and which they sanctified
and drenched with their blood."
Mr. Eban also asked the Coun-
cil president to take note of
Shisnakley's interview with the
Cairo daily, El Ehram, of Aug-
ust 16th, in which was said "there
is no room in the Middle East
fpr two peoples the Arab peo-
ple and the Jewish people. Eith-
er the Arab people will be thrown
into the Arabian Desert or into
the sea," the Syrian leader as-
serted, "or the foreign Jews must
return to their countries of origin
all over the world. There is no
other solution to the problem."
The Israeli diplomat reported
that Israel had made a strong
protest against these statements
to the chief of staff of the UN
truce organization in Palestine,
General William E. Riley. He
asked that the text of the pro-
test be circulated to all members
of the Security Council.
Meanwhile, informed political
circles in London believe that
the Arab League meeting in
Cairo will be used as a sounding
board to test Egypt's attitude to-
ward a peace treaty with Israel.
These sources believe that if
Egypt, shows no inclination to
reach a settlement with the Jew-
ish State,, tha.jpthej. Arab coun-
fPPcaled to the delegates of
He
J*>e two dissenting" agencies to re-
4er ** taking any irrev-
ocable measures.
tinp?sltion < w two organiza-
S? > tha plan o
wn proposed by
2te'Committee of *
ma oen iirm and uneomproinis-
among
NCRAC member <
NCRAC committees, in which ttte
communities would be |HIN
ed along with the national jagen-
cies, would continue *o formu-
of intercultural education, and in-
vestigation and counter-action,
but otherwise provided for di-
vision of labor within areas rath-
er than assignment of areas as a
whole as in the Evaluative Com-
mittee plan.
To provide further time for ne-
gotiations, the effective date for
the new program was fixed as
December 1st.
Late last night, after hours of
fruitless negotiation and discus-
sion, it became clear that the two
dissenting agencies would not
budge from their positions and
would not go beyond their own
proposals. It became equally
clear that the Barr resolution
would bring the showdown and
several pleas were made to the
assembly to avoid any action that
would bring about a split. Just
before the roll call on the reso-
lution, Jacob Blaustein and Ben
Herzberg for the American Jew-
ish Committee sounded their fin-
al warning against its adoption
and Philip Klutznick for the ADL
tensified economic campaign a-
gainst Israel. On the other hand,
these sources say, if Egypt indi-
cates that it is considering a peace
pact, the others will hurry onto
the band wagon in order to ob-
tain whatever benefits they can
from a settlement.
State Department sources in
Washington this week indicated*
optimism on the Middle Eastern*
situation for the first time in sev-
eral months. There were high'
hopes that Egypt might join a -
Middle East Defense Command,'
they said.
A report from Cairo quoted'
Prime Minister Aly Maher as-
telling Egyptian army officers
here that the United States ha-
promised Egypt considerable
Point Four aid to industrialize *
the country and reclaim the des-
ert.
Secretary of State Dean Ach-
eson told his press conference
this week that he wished the new
Egyptian Government "every
success" and spoke of "encour-
aging developments in Egypt."
He emphasized that relations be-
tween the United States and
Egypt remain most friendly and
cooperative.
"I am hopeful that in the in-
terest of our two countries these
relations, as well as those be-
tween Egypt and all the nations
of the free world, will be in-
creased and strengthened," he
said. "We look forward to an i
era in which new areas of co-
operation and mutual benefit can
be brought into being."
senting agencies to remain with-
in the NCRAC fold, the Jewish
War Veterans introduced a reso-
lution which, while maintaining
the principles of the Evaluative
Committee's report, nevertheless
was considered to provide a basis
on which the two organizations
could remain within NCRAC.
The proposal, introduced by
Joseph F. Barr, of Washington,
member of the JWV executive
board, was accepted by the otner
four national organizations and
by the community councils in
caucuses last night, but was flat-
ly rejected by the two dissenting
agencies. It was adopted this
morning by the plenary session
with several amendments by a
vote of 54 to 17, with six ab-
stentions. Ten of the opposition
votes were cast by the American
Jewish Committee and the ADb
and seven came from four com-
munities.
The Barr resolution, as amend-
ed, provides for complete sharing
of program plans _"* L^ned'tfiaVadoption of the reso-
\S .^ lution would transform t h e
Truman Names Group
To Study McCarran Law
WASHINGTON (JTA)President Harry S. Truman this week
appointed a special seven-man commission, headed by former Soli-
citor General Philip B. Perlman, to study inequlities in the Mc-
Carran-Walter Omnibus Immigration Act.
Mr. Trumsn appointed the commission because of his displeas-
ure over the passage of the act.
over his veto and the failure of problems in such areas.
Congress to appoint a commis- Congress failed to act on the
sion to study immigration prob- president's request for a commis-
lems. He had suggested such ai^ gnd ^ ^ move was seen
NCRAC from ita present status
as.an.advisory body into a new
agency.
commission in his veto message.
I do not believe the matter
should remain where the Con-
gress left it," Mr. Truman said
this week.
The commission was urged to
give special consideration to re-
quirements and administration of
laws on admission, naturalization, refugee
denaturalization and deportation problems,
of aliens, admission of immigrants
in the light of economic and so-
cial conditions and the effect of
US immigration laws including
the national origins quota system
on the conduct of American for-
eign policy and the need for au-
thority "to meet emergency con-
ditions such as the 'present over-
population of parts of Europe and
the serious refugee and escapee
as the President's reaction to
what he considers the urgent
need for a review of the immi-
gration situation. Mr. Truman
said that present immigration
policies present "serious obsta-
cles'' to the solution of the world
over-population
Informed sources believe that
President Truman may have had
the State Department Viaa Divi-
sion's practice of listing Jews as
such on vista applications in mind
when he said in his statement
that 'the problems of immigra-
tion policy grow more pressing,
and the inequities fostered by th*-'
new law require careful examin-
ation."


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Highlights of her su
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wttz, r.e*ly-elected national vice
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TO HOLD GAMES PARTY
A games party sponsored by the
Brardeis Chapter. American Jew-
ish Congress, will be held at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Tuesday,
September 23rd, 1 p.m.
Ihi ifn ii Hear*
Sympo*ium
The first meeting of the Gen- !
eral Membership of the Bureau
of Jewish Education will be held |
Monday, September 15th. 8:15
p.m.. at the Bureau's building.
The meeting will feature a sym- .
posittm on. The Role Of The All-
Da v School In American Jewish '
Life.
Speakers will be Rabbi Leon
Kroniih, of Temple Beth Sholom,
and Rabbi Alexander Gross, of
the Hebrew Academy, with Louis
Schwartzman. of the Bureau, act-
ing as moderator.
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Pest Office States Rules
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Warnoff Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the late Samuel Waronoff, will
take place Sunday morning, Sep-
tember 14th, 11 a"m.. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery. Rabbi Morns Skop,
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, will officiate. Relatives,
- and members of the
men's Circle are invited to
attend. Arrangements will be in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu-
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New Year
Program On TV
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
present a Jewish New Year pro-
gram on Sunday, September 14th,
11 a.m., over Television Station
WTVJ.
Mount Sinai Graduates
Over 250 relatives and friends
attended the first graduation
ceremony of practical nursing at
Mount Sinai Hospital early this
week.
Ten students of the hospital's
School of Practical Nursing re-
ceived their diplomas ar.d pins
from Hospital President Max Or-
ovitz.
Schedule Radio
Programs For
High Holy Days
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has planned a
number of High Holy Day radio
programs according to Rabbi Max
Shapiro, president.
Programs are scheduled as fol-
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28th, 12 noon; WGBS, Tuesday,
i September 16th, 10:15 p.m., and
! Saturday, September 27th, 7 p.m.;
j WIOD, Thursday, September
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| September 26th, 10:45 a.m.;
WMBM, Wednesday, September
17th, 1:15 p.m.; WQAM, Monday,
September 22nd, 9:30 a.m.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
12.
EDITORIAL
Time's Diplomaey
Time Magazine has come up with another of
its time-honored, veiled anti-Semitic stands. In
one of its recent issues, it quotes Egypt's new
. military dictator. General Mohmadded Naguib.
! in his reference to Israel as "the enemy on our
eastern frontier".
Characterizing the General as a "good man",
the magazine expresses great wonder over Am-
erican antagonism toward the entire Arab world.
- Such antagonism, its editors feel, is the result
of US support of the new Jewish state.
This astigmatic interpretation of State Depart-
ment diplomacy is not uncommon for Time Mag-
azine. One has only to review its stand on any
important issue to be made aware of its ex-
tremely conservative policy. Along with Colonel
: Robert R. McCormick's newspaper chain, for ex-
ample. Time published a midnight edition during
the 1948 Presidential election, with Thomas E.
. Dewey's portrait on its cover and a lead story
describing the New York State Governor's smash-
ing victory.
Of course, the revered principal of a free
press must ever remain unchallenged. Time
Magazine's opinion on world issues" ought be
considered as sacred as others. In reporting Gen-
ercl Naguib's stand on Israel, its editors" acted
according to the rules of objective journalism. In
stating their feeling about American support of
the new Jewish state, they enjoyed the freedom
of editorial expression.
But in adding that the US stand of identifica-
tion with Israel was the result of courting the
Jewish vo:e here in November, they overstepped
the bounds of decorum and entered into the
morass of common anti-Semitism.
A New Judaism
The varying shades of sunian in the Greater
Miami area have heretofore been serviceable as
a reasonable sort of index to the varying shades
of Judaism existing here.
hJl.if rith a degree of P^P^i'y that we now
Joencld the emergence of yet another form of our
venerable religion which challenges the adapt-
ability of the suntan index to the ever increasing
qugAej^gntemporary Jewish "credos". Miami
Miss Liberty, McCarran Model
has long been given credit by the nation for it3
originality.
Progressive Judaism, as the new approach is
entitled, hardly gives a clue to its meaning. What-
ever the term does denote, however, it is certain-
ly affirmed that no portrait of a lethargic Jew is
presented by its supporters.
We can only hope that a definition of Pro-
gressive Judaism will soon be forthcoming. In
the meantime, we trust that it will not turn out to
be another of the variant forms of Twodayism,
known as Judaism.
Beth Sholom Sisters Phi Sigm Tau Esther Shrago Is
>pen Season Today Ynm^ OtfiYor* II>ad TVa Board meeting of the. Recently named to presidency
Bir^F^^ *sBr*****
terhcod-,.' V"'on Farr- Sis- Others named to office were
Plan. ??* u SU"nne Sobel- Ist V1<* President:
forthcoming year ; Roberta Tragash. 2nd vice presi-
r',:i-'.-.%.-''"-V-^ted and discussed, dent: Sandra Whitman, recording
,-";c.'.w3 V"* members of secretary; Marsha Cantor, corre-
ul r-~ ,'." add't'n to sponding secretary; Maxine Hart,
", ----' V ice President-:- treasurer.
fWu? Max APPtebaum. Paula Edelstein, pledge mis-
ter and David Lev- tress: Lorraine Zimmerman,
- ;': n lln* Secretary, Mrs. sergeant-at-arms; Marlene Duch-
c; :-..r" "wcn; Corresponding on- historian parliamentarian;
Mrs Eli Maltzer: Marcie Feingold. chaplain; and
r ;,-.;- ----- Murwy Reckson: Barbara Seitlin, publicity chair-
t -xia. Secretary. Mrs. Maur- man.
k! ?..?""- Chaplain, Mrs. Leon _------------------------------
Beard member. Bureau Announces
Mor-is Alo. joJS laSK Education Month Here
" ^"-mi!l ^-Um- h 'n,eBureauf Jewish Education
" rman- vJack Chut- has announced that Jewish Edu-
Drtv., "K?n A Du^hfnV-,aX rtl0? MS?th 7 ^*in
Farf joseoh F-5b"i>Wl!1,aT Greater M,a and other Jewish
Fenias. Morns J. communities throughout the
?C rnre/man- tL:n'tedKS)ajeSKfr0mSeptember8th
V,--, K-"";'J' ,C Gre*noerg. tr.rough October 6th.
laV: Soil SSfnSKT? k Kap" Toge,her ** 26 other national
r" S H-rrv Kohn- organizations, the American As-
e- Milt ta,res iaumuel Kelem- soc'ation for Jewish Education
Ulton Kraus. Chester Krone. has ^"ed a Call to Jewish Par-
l'v "vfy,"'-1*- Bf3S N'elson- Morr- enu to enroll their children in
Hin'amln S5 Vne Ro,hman. ** schools with the opening
B-.. arr..n Sabin. Louis ShaDiro oi ,"- new school vear.
m t^'L^'v't1',: Josepn Shaw- I,nf0> concerning regis-
mut Rando.ph Shevach. H-rrr.an ^Mion in the Jewish Schools of
t^inhSu r So:T:erstein- Milton Greater Miami may be obtained
IE -' ',J.:; ,S,off- Ale* A. the lce of the Bureau of
t-^M-v de" IrvinE w- Eduvfat'n- 135 NW 3rd Avenue,
Max Weitz. Ben Wolf. Jos- 0r b-v Phoning 3-5858. 9-0489.
Woli Simon Wolff and Ab-
Zmnamoa
Report Missing
Jews In Russia
LONDON. (JTA)Of the 3-
000.000 Jews who resided in the
ro-,Voe!KUrion at the ^ginning of
ity Center, announces that the tit, tnere are now only 1.500,000
Nursery School of this Branch has rTvj *CC?,nf ,0 .the Yugoslav
Keview of International Affairs
The Belgrade publication said
this week that of 100 Soviet Gen-
Rabbi Levitan To
Conduct Service
Announcement has been made
ov the Religious Committee of
Zamora Jewish Center, Coral Ga-
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Mrs. Miriam Sirkin. acting
chairman of the Beach Branch
ursery School Committee,
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, announces that the
...jol of this Branch
been officially reopened for the
School year 1952-1953.
Mrs Esther Shrago has been
named Head Teacher. A graduate
of Indiana University with a
Bachelor's Degree in Education.
Mrs. Shrago has been with the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center for the past three
years.
Her experience includes work
in the Day Camp program, Jun-
ior Program, Arts and Crafts In-
structor and Group Worker.
Most recently, she was appointed
as a teacher in the Flagler-Gra-
nada Nursery School of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center.
There is now a total of 150
children registered in the Cen-
ter s three Nursery Schools.
Call For Action
P. T. Baxnum. the circus king, founded
otrical empire by imposing on the creduW
his fellow citizens. Minimizing all cred't
originality, he emphasized the ease with
they could be deceived by slating bluntly
a sucker is born every minute. '
Greater Miami Jewry, as well as non-It,
communal leaders here, continue to prove
truth of Barnum's belief. They are still crul
enough to fall for, and became part of ^!i
promotional schemes even when they are
guised in the vestment of the Clergy.
Men of the Cloth have the added resp
bility of leading exemplary evistences.
constantly remain in the eye of their Conorta
tions and never consider imposing themselvw!
the community in wild schemes of self-perr
tion. y^i
An unfortunate exception is the report
of a particular Clergyman who has been mo
from one discredited situation to another
out the least regard for his colleagues or fc
religion he represents.. Heaping shame upon I
fellow Members of the Cloth, he has had -,
time to note that they turn away from him!
of pity and propriety rather than because thffl
fail to recognize the deleterious quality of 1
activity. [
If this Rabbi has found several Miami ail
herents who support him in the establishmwl
of a new Synagogue, it seems to us that he ougU
wholeheartedly devote himself to that task j>|
stead of to the formation of promotional schemj
disguised as boys' clubs for combatting juvenj
delinquency or as Talmudical Academies.
The solicitation of funds for his questionabJ
activities has already raised considerable negj]
tive feeling in the community. We believe thd|
the well-intentioned Rabbis of the area shouU
jointly issue a statement regarding their attitudJ
in this matter so that Miami's laymen can ti
rally with them in the effort to create a cessatij
of such activity.
Enrollment Breaks Old
Records Ai Beach Center |
Mr. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chair-
man of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Hebrew School, an-.
nounces that enrollment in th(
Center Religious School has al-
ready exceeded all records for
previous years.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Mr. |
Saul Rabin, educational directo:,
indicated that enrollment woull
continue during the High HojrJ
Day period.
Jewish Forum Of Air
Dedicated To Holy Days
The Vision of Israel, is the
title of a feature to be presented
on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum
of the Air. Sunday. 10 a.m.. over
radio station WMIE. Miami Beach
wm'SS-i Seymour B. Liebman
will participate. _, __
Seiden indicated early this I OlIsll Rabbi
*rals who have recently retired
or "died suddenly," 63 were Jews'
It asserted that 30 per cent of the
Jews in the Soviet Union are in
concentration camps.
Pointing out that during the
Naz. invasion of Poland many
Jews fled to Russia and that there
were an additional 2.000.000 Jews
in Soviet-annexed Polish terri-
tory in the early stages of the
war. the Yugoslav organ says
UMuSSm Tif tht'Nazis killi about
1.000.000 Jews during their occu-
pation of Soviet territory. Mos-
SSo&S jnewsaCCUm K abUt
J!k Yu*os,av Publication stres-
ses that not one of these missing
Jews has moved to Israel becausi
t was the USSR that raised the
S-1 difficulties for Jew?who
wanted to emigrate." It draws at-
tention to the fact that during
heenPaSt Se.VTal ye3rS noth* S
been mentioned about the Jew-
RiHiant0n.mUS region t Biro-
Bidjan or the Jewish colonies in
the Ukraine and in Crimea
Sclomon Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
fmemory of the late Harrv
J*>I.mon. formerlv of 927 S W
iSL^TSff* a,nd 52 S.W. 7th
^t--I^^l"",. 1 e Dlace Sundav. ,""""? ;cw'5n uenter, Coral Ga-
Sm- r 14t^ I2 noon- at Mt. "r* Kf th? "PfX'intment of Rabbi
p/l^',5'"-31 Park Cemetei^-. Abham .Levitan. who will m-
wl?,w wil1 offjciate. & ??rv'ces during the High
Mr. Solomon is survived by his Ho,y Days-
wife Ida. a son. Morris, and a Sai,IbrLeuVitan '? a wriler and
daughter. Mrs. B. Peters, all of i woT^pu'b.Lhfd'tn Z? !
cha.ge of Palmer's Miami Monu- bsses j Comparative Biblical
> -!. b. P-en, i o7dJewth,eha^PUclSUon ^ST^
week that the"hour-long 'Forum *"____%. ~m"ITTT"
. S^ffkS!^ <-,"''" Talks
I David Shapiro in narration.
Florida Division Meeting
nfM"'EMorIis Ko*an. President
of the Florida Women's Division
American Jewish Congress an'
Smt group's 'STmJS:
ne of the season will be held at
the Sea Gull Hotel on Tuesday
September 16th, 1 p.m. luesaay'
Beach Young Adults
An exhibition ot dance instruc-
tion will be featured during tL
next meeting of the Miam Beach
5gjg3M Wednesday S
emng, September 17th 8-5n n
-t 1701 Wwbmgtoa Aven2.K'
rnnaabbi .Moses Mescheloff, of
Congregation Beth Jacob Was
R.hhi M* tuen.th recessive year
Gold Unveiling
The dedication of a monu.T.eS
to the memory of the late Nathan J
Gold will take place Sunday, 11 j
a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.,
Mr. Gold, who formerly lived at
3423 Royal Palm Avenue. Miami j
Beach, is survived by his wife
Rose, and a son, Simon. Ar-
rangements are in charge of the j
Thurmond Monument Company;'
friends and relatives are asked |
to be present.
*Jenisti n-oridlkir
*ubllih4 tv.ry Friday inc 41
y Th. Jtwl.h Florldian it 120 N.,
Slrth ilrMl, Miami It, Florida. I*
Urad aa aaoend-claaa matter July S
'ISO. at the Poat Offiea of Mil*
Fla., undar tha Aet of March 3, tJJ
. Tha Jewish Flaridian has allMlM
h Jtwish Unity and ths Jtwi"
Weekly. M.mb.r of tha Jewish Taj
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yndtcato, Worldwida Ntwi Servie*
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)Ay, SEPTEMBER 1Z 1952
tholom Lodge
tears Dnnbaagh
Colonel Frank Dungaugh, mem-
rr of the United Nations Corn-
Lion, will be guest speaker
EL the weekly Lunchepn
tntrne of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
frith today. 12 noon, at the Rob-
It Clav Hotel.
|Colonel Dunbaugh was former
lilitarv governor of Herzbrook,
L-mahv, and is now director of
L Greater Miami Association
Ir the United Nations.
lEdward Klein, luncheon chair-
lan announces Colonel Dun-
lugh'8 subject for the meeting
lube, Europe Needs A Jolt.
;antor Wolf To
lhant At Beth
I Services
S i dney H.
Palmer, presi-
dent of Con-
gregation Beth
El, announces
the appoint-
ment of Cantor
William Wolf,
for mally of
Chicago, Illi-
nois.
Cantor W o If
will begin his
affiliation with
the congrega-
tion when he
Hants SelKhoth services tomor-
dw. midnight and will continue
rough New Years, Yom Kip-
fur and Succoth.
Cantor Wolf studied with musi-
al and voice teachers in lead-
rig capitols of Europe, having re-
er.tlv completed work with Can-
or Sirota, of Warsaw, Poland,
Ird with Tito Schipa at the Con-
ervatorio De Milano, of Italy,
possessor of a dramatic tenor, he
Las appeared in numerous con-
|,rt- in this country as well as
Europe.
He officiated as cantor in one
If Rome's leading congregations,
Vungo-Tevere, During World
Var II, Cantor Wolf served with
Ihe French Maquis and Italian
Jindei ground.
Cantor Wolf is 27 years old and
a native of Warsaw, Poland.
ie came to America in 1950.
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Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Harvey M. Poliner
Harvey Poliner To
Become Bar Mitzvah
-&
Cantor Wolf
Akavaa lara.i -HaUbl Mac Ever. Or-
o.'.k ?? ?? 78,h 8t M,aml Beach
Bath David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
< onaervHtivr, 22o 8W 3rd Are.,
Mlitml.
Beth BlDr. .Shroai yahu Swlraky. Or-
thcxlox. 500 8W 17th Ave., Miami
Beth Jacob Rabbi M.,....... Mencheloff.
Orthodox, 301-111 Waah. Ave., MB.
Beth ShalomRabbi l*,n Kronlah,
I.lben.1, 4144 ffcaim Ave.. MB.
Beth TfilahRabbi Joaeph Rackov-
aky. Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Beach.
Caral OableaRabbi Morrla Skop. lib-
eral, 320 Palermo Ave., C. Oablea.
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, 133
NW 3rd Ave.. Miami.
Flagler-GranadaT.O NW olat Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
ilroas, Orthodox. 918 6th St.. M.B.
Hialeah Miami Springs Kevei fill!
I^o Helm. :>1 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah.
HollywoodKabbi Jacob Honlg. Con-
aervallve, 2030 Polk St.. Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs. Conxcrvatlve, 3198 SW 24th
Ter., Miami.
Kneaeth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cm*
ael. Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach
Miami BeachRabbi Irving I^hrman.
Conservative, 1701 Waah. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolKAbbl Simon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
North DadeRabbi Harry Ettlnger.
Conaervatlve. 1363(1 W. Pixie High-
way. North Miami.
Harvey Martin, son Of Mr. and North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
Mrs. Lee H. Poliner, 7030 SW 9th Miami'BMChVa"Ve' *2 ?5,h "*"
Street, will come Bar Mitzvah to- i T; Ur,e,_l(r Narot_ Re.
morrow morning, September, form. 137 nk 19th St., Miami.
13th, 9 a.m., at Beth David Syna- 1 Tifereth Israel .Ueveien.l Oeorge
goeue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will' ooidberg. 6.100 N. Miami Ave., Mi-
officiate ) a
The Bar Mitzvah is a student | **& ^rm{^*Sf Miami Wa"m*n-
at the Shenandoah Junior-High j Youn0 i.r.ei -OrtMox, MM Cha.e
School, where he is in the Eighth An., Miami Beach.
Grade. He is affiliated with the, zamaraReverend Rudolf Erin, con-
Southwest Horseback Riding; "-rvatlve. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Club, the Shenandoah Dramatic
Club and the Flagler-Granada
Teen Agers.
A student at the Beth David
Religious School since his arrival
in Miami four years ago, he will
continue his classwork there.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony in the Synagogue. On Sun-
day evening, a buffet dinner will
be tendered in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor by his parents at home.
Guests will include maternal
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Gold, 800 Collins Avenue; pater-
nal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Poliner, New York City;
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan and
daughter, Rhoda, Linden, New
Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. J. Salinas,
Havana, Cuba; and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Beck and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Rosenblum, Hialeah._____
North Dade Sisters
Tomorrow evening, September
13th, the Sisterhood of the- North
Dade Jewish Center wHl hold a
party and entertainment. Ruth
Boros is chairman of the evening.
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ttictLt J Veiakbox*
HELEN ALPERT
ANNIVERSARIES AND EVENTS are hopping all over West
Miami. Wedding anniversary fete for Mr. and Mrs. William Ber-
gicia saw them spending a weekend honeymoon their 30th?) at
the Carib Motel Picking the same spot for relaxing were
neighbors the Jay Cohens, and the Milton Sachs .
Meanwhile. Judge Sam Silver, beloved in that aia, marked
his birthday with a fresh and genuine crackdown on those irre-
sponsible drivers of autos who can't get it through their he-fogged
heads that tha safety of a community literally sits right there be-
hind the wheel with them! .
PEOPLE:
The news is that popular Bill Pallot is set for a European trip
Jack Mint7cr will bo away for a while working on a
project in Alabama ... As of course you know
an exciting vacation-tour arc D: ;.:-.,i Mrs L
Son .
SERVICE REPORT:
!:i Fort Jackson. S.C.. Marty Woolin underwent one of tl
-ounding but painful operations his big toe But it
'Z hand Ol Uncle Sam that t^pptd Teddv Fr;edn.a- recently.
nexUloor neighbor to Marty Smith Almost the last thirl*:
Stanley Ro^enblum. did befoix packing his servici kit was
Is of monel line in the washing blue around Fowey R
is can be keepers and glad of it there's p:obablv a stubborn
- illish tagging along at the other end .
3:il!iant Dave Cohen, remembered from his post at the Uni
:as hit top bracket with the Department of rce in
Wa hington, DC. \V: :s not in the least umxpected. H
an import-export division. Daves wife. Pete, the
nurse. I supervisor of obstetrics in a Washingl
and, at last report, was due to head into the Pentae
HOSTS of Chicagoans will be interested to hear thi
-women is visiting at thl Sax nj
than Jrene Hauft whose clicking needles put new a I
- H r Chicago knitting shop is famed
112?r h2SS?F MAMIANS will be glad to'hear they'll n ,
h w Vff "us at^.e drustore PP<*itc the down!
< i customers follow him wherevei hi goes reiving
unce-by-ounce description of every ingredient Mck?
aged into those vitamins, medicines, ointments UntSTow he wi
snrtl> for then very handsome 3-year-old son Tale to re-tell
* Heros account of hurricane days in pup tents and whv th, fel-
- lumped there in the Army n.ievxr alter call itPoit Pie,ci
FROM PITTSBURGH:
rv"Rl,!;1Ren,MPi':"nS^V:,riians w'" recon"e with a brisk start the
-Hi R.n V. ^Udl'- S>e-1f.0.netim-e basketball star and pro-
tes! anal. Ben is now a Surfside resident if you'd like to 4m.
him a welcome, his address is 9233 Carlvle ,,, u l0,froP
Eduni M. Ginsburg
Reception To Fete
Edwin Ginsburg
Edwin Michael Ginsburg. son of
Ml and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
33425th Street Miami Beach,
will become Ba: Mttzvah tumor-
:ning. September 13th. 9
. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Rabbi living Lehrman

Bai Mitzvah is a student
la.-.- of the He-
idemy. His paternal
grandparei ts. Mr and Mrs. Sam-
uel Ginsburg. ol Chicago. Illinois.
will be among honored out-of-
esent.
A reception in his honor will .
be held on Sunday afternoon at |
the Sorrento Hotel.
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SSSS&m int US P'VSem -3S Son I? the
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m
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Qu;,tly and very much in lore, two lading young people in
on.VTJ1 ,ta,'*cte. fnends. In dalicate tracery, they use
TfJ2~*r. HneS in *** PCfry. John Donne"
And now Good Morrow to our waking Soules"
B the last syllabi, of recorded time, our bl.wings on you
North Shore Center
Fetes Cantor Klein
Under the sponsorship of its
Sisterhood, the North Shore Jew-
ish Center tendered a reception
honoring its newly elected Can-
tor, Edward Klein, at the Sor-
rento Hotel, last Wednesday
night.
The affair was also a Welcome
Back Social for members and
friends.
The Cantor will assume his
duties on the High Holy Days.
Barbara Yagoda Weds Theodore
Heir; Groom Is Assistant
Given in marriage by her fath-
er. Barbara Florence, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Yagoda,
4891 SW 5th Street. Miami, be-
dim- the bride of Theodore Mar-
tin Trushin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Trushin. Tallahassee. Flor-
ida, at the Sorrento Hotel on
September 7th. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated, with Miss
Marl.'lie Feldstein acting as solo-
ist.
Best man was David Segall, of
Savannah. Georgia, brother-in-
law of the groom. Miss Francine
Geller. Miami Beach, was maid
of honor. Ushers were Burton
Yagoda. Jack Lubin and Nor-
man Wolfson, all of Miami, and
Jack Ginsberg, of Savannah.
Neice of the bride, Jacqueline
Liss. was flower girl. Daniel Ya-
goda. nephew of the bride, acted
as ring bearer. Taking care of
the bride's guest book were her
sisters irom New York. Mrs. Jos-
eph M. Liss and Mrs. Max For-
man.
The former Miss Yagoda wore
a white ballerina-length gown of
all-over ehantilly lace, sweet-
heart neckline and short sleeves.
H.r three-layered skirt was
trimmed with pleated tulle ruf-
fling. She wore a cloche of
matching lace edged with a tiny
pleated ruffle and white taffeta
lilacs at each temple. Her circu-
lar illusion veil completed the
bridal ensemble. She carried
white orchids and stephanotis on
a white Bible.
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of the Nation-
al Honor Society, National Thes-
pian Society and feature editor of
the Beachcomber. She is cur-
rently attending the University
of Florida and is active in the
Florida Players. *
Mr. Trushin was graduated
from Leon High School in Talla-
Mrs. Theodore Trushin
couple flew to Nassau for a hj
eymoon and will make
home in Tallahass
thai
Fete Norman Duchai
At Dinner Reception
WIDOW
Alone, strong, good companion,
free to go any plac'a in Florida.
Cook, drives, active, dependable.
Write Mrs. B.. Box 2973. Miami
16.
hassee and received the BS de-
gree at the University of Flor-
ida and the LLB degree from the
University of Florida Law School.
He was active in the Florida
Players, John Marshall Bar As-
sociation and Cavaliers.
At present he is employed as
Special Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral of the State. He is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity and the Masons.
Duchon
member of the
president of the
gation at the
School.
He is the son of Mr. and Mb,
Peter Duchon, 619 SW 25th Roai
Norman Du.
('h '1'. UuS Bi
Mit/vah li
Saturday at 1
Miami HebrefJ
Schoo 1
Con gregatiod
A dinner in hi
honor was hill
on Sunday en
ning in theLa
coin Manor.
A student A
S hen andoal
Junior High
School, he is i
Scouts and
Junior Congnfl
Miami Hebre*
Golden Age Group
A social meeting will featiw
the next gathering of the Golda
Age Friendship Club, Miami
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
A reception and dinner follow- Community Center, on Sunda;
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personally Speaking
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Native Miamians Lona Cohen, Leonard
Lubin Wed; Bride Wears White Organdy
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Cohen,
of 1580 71st Street, Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Lona, to Leonard Lu-
bin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
H. Lubin, 1406 Alton Court.
The private ceremony took
place on Sunday, August 31st, in
the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Present were the parents of the
bridal couple. Miss Lois E. Lubin,
jrilyn, and son-in-law. Dr. Warren Sussen. She will return
ie in time for the High Holy Days.
An At-Home in honor of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
bee Levin, will be given by Mrs. M. Lewis Kahn and Mr. and
s. Isaac Levin on Sunday evening at 5800 NE 6th Court. Mrs.
|hn is tne mo,her oi Mrs- Robert Levin, the former Juanita
hn, of Hollywood.
^r* "^* ^K
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig, of 3530 SW 16th Street, Miami, ,
celebrating the arrival of their first grandchild. Linda Rose. Arthul? B Cohet^rotherrf me
\s. Honiq is now in Kingston, New York, with her daughter, bride.
Newly wed Mrs. Lubin wore an
afternoon dress of white imported
* "* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Sharoff, of 1150 SW 9th Street, have
_rned from their summer vacation in Brooklyn, New York,
Lere they were guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
(aroff, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sharoff, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
laroff and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Salzman.
"* *
Recent arrivals for- vacation at Hendersonville, North Caro-
la, ere Mr. Joseph J. Gersten and children, Judy and Joey,
Ining Mrs. Gersten who has been vacationing with her par-
Its, Judge and Mrs. Joe N. Morris.
* *
Returning to Miami following six-week vacations are Mr.
Id Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. and Mrs. 5. J. Spector and Mr. and
Vs. T. D. Romanoff.
* *
Mrs. Morris Harkins, of 44 SW 7th Street, left for New York
Imonth ago and will stay through October, visiting with her Miamian and a graduate of Mi-
fcldren. She will be joined there by her husband and son, ;
toy Marks, who is a script writer for Bob Hope. He will ac-
Impany the Hope Company abroad following his visit in New
Irk with his parents.
* *
Mrs. Esther Garber and son, Stephen, of 1419 Meridian
h e, returned here after visiting her sister and mother, Mrs. wartz, 1802 SW 17th street. Mi-
ps:- Groldin, in Belmar, New Jersey. nounce the Bar Mitzvah of
-* -fc | their son. Douglas Byron, tomor-
Followinq visits with her son, Morris Krantz, San Francisco, row morn:n- September 13th, 9
I and her daughter, Mrs. Nettie Bass, New York, Mrs. am" at the Mli;m: Hebrew School
fphie Krantz, of 815 Euclid Avenue, has returned to Miami and Congregation.
Lccn. I The Bar Mitzvah attends Shen-
anernoon dress of white impi
organdy appliqued with clusters
of white ilowers edged in moss
green, and scattered moss green
leaves. Her hat was a bandeau ot
white tulle, trimmed with lilies of
the valley and moss green veil-
ing. She wore a single strand of
cultured pearls and carried a
corsage of white orchids pinned
to an imported beaded bag.
On Sunday, September 7th, a
buffctt reception was held in the
ballroom of the President Madi-
son Hotel with the families and
close friends in attendance.
The bride, a native Miamian, is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School and the Walsh School of
Business Science. She is active
locally in the advertising field.
The bridegroom is also a native
serving with the Armed Forces
ATTENTION SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers to the Jewish
Floridian whose accounts are
delinquent will not receive the
special Rosh Hashona edition.
The publication will appear on
September lSlh and is expected
to exceed one hundred pages
in size, replete with special
articles and features.
If your subscription account
is delinquent, in order to in-
sure delivery of this publica-
tion, please mail your check
NOW to the Circulation De-
partment, Post Office Box 2973,
Miami 18.
Mrs. Leonard Lubin
overseas, he attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and was grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami School of Law. He now main-
tains his law offices in Miami
Beach and is a member of many
local civic and fraternal organ-
izations.
EXCELLENT KOSHER
COOK and HOUSEKEEPER
with 8-year-old child wishes
position in strictly orthodox
home Sleep in.
PHONE 58-9413
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WISHES POSITION
as companion-housekeeper for 1
or 2 people. Can drive car. Only
where dietary laws are observed.
Mrs. S., Box 2973, Miami 18
Douglas Byron Schwartz To Become Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow; Will Chant At Service
and Mrs. Hurry S. Sch-
Mr.
Rabbi Joseoh E. Rackovaky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Mr.
[versa:-.
* *
I andoah Junior High School.
end Mrs. Louis Feinstein celebrated their Golden An- *he he to. v;\ ** Elghth, Grade:
Al
President of his former class and
ast Friday with their children, Mr. and Mrs. .
einer. Long Island, New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fein-1 secretary of the Seventh Grade,
to, New York City. A private family dinner party was held lhe 1S als u mcmber f YUn* JU~
the Feinstein home on Friday night. A dinner at the Lin-
Manor followed on Saturday evening.
Lin
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At the Miami Hebrew School
and Con gregation Religious
School, he is Cantor for the Jun-
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vah has won several singing con-
tests conducted on the radio. He
will conduct services and address
the assembled. Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril will respond.
A reception is scheduled at the
Congregation in the Bar Mitz-
vah's honor on Sunday afternoon. .
from 2 to 5 p.m. Among honored |
guests will be his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz. 2185
SW 12th Street, and Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Ratthaus, 650 Meridian
Avenue.

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Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN

lirBwiisltUBliDipidliiauo
MIAMI. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952
SEC. B
Vice President Barkley Heads List Of
WM^^^SaSeS&s Speakers For Holiday Israel Bond Tours
I man in question did not speak for publication, I am not at lib- ,
V ., divulge his identity. Since Ihen I delyed further into the mat-
nd discovered that an equally prominent Jewish defense organ- j
? waS in possession of evidence which not only substantiates I
facts I originally cited but which paints the picture in even
leer coi0rs. If this is true we have the amaiir.g cast* of one agen-
l" denying the seriousness of the situation in Costa Rica and an-
her suppressing the facts from the American Jewish public. I have
......rt intention of probing for the motives behind this strange
nent, but the fact remains that the Jewish situation in
NEW YORKVice President Alben W. Barklev heads a long
list of notable Americans who will visit Synagogues during the
High Holy Days to present facts about the S500.000.000 State of
Israel Bond Issue. The Congregations thev visit will be among >
the many hundreds throughout the country which are planning to
devote a portion of their High
nk is quite precarious. Despite recent sweet words by high
sta Rican government officials, the Junta Patriotica, the black
i a behind the anti-Jewish campaign, continues to terrorize the
wish population. In fact the 300 Jewish families in Costa Rica are
Iw living under a cloud of fear that the approaching High Holy
kv season may usher in violent terrorism.
irrFTS
Is religiosity a 100 per cent or a 40 per cent phenomenon among
toerican Jews? According to the American Jewish Year Book of
51 only 1.735.000 American-Jews, or forty per cent of the total
|w:'sh population, was reported to have either full or partial asso-
Lticm with Synagogue life. But according to a recent survey by
Ir Christian friends, Jewish Temples and Synagogues are said to
lint a mi mbership of some five million. There is no way of deter-
br.ing thi accuracy of the Year Book's figures, but the church
CVey is ertainly ludicrous, unless it is based on the strange thesis
Lt all Jews automatically become members of the Synagogue on
I, ir birth Governor Adlai Stevenson is honorary chairman of
le Illinois Committee for Israel Bond* Since the end of World
far II. some four hundred Austrian Jews who became converted to
r.ristianity returned to their fold and faith. The corresponding
.iod also yielded converts The banished King Farouk of
typt who gave shelter to the bloody Mufti, Hitler's closest pal,
[now being pictured by the Egyptian press as a great friend of
\\\s Cairo press stories accuse Farouk of having been under the
fcuenci of a number of "court Jews" including Egypt's Chief
febbi Dr. Nuhum Effendi. The extent to which Jew-haters will go
[simply amazing Greetings to the most recent addition to the
nelo-Jewish press. Only this time it is an Irish baby, the Jewish
arch of Dublin, a monthly Naii barbarity has no limit. Re-
fntly a neo-Naii newspaper in Westphalia had the impudence to
large that the "stories" about the slaying of six million Jews were
fabrications." The fUthsheet told its readers that the crematoriums
U gas chambers in which the Jews were smothered were con-
ducted after th* war as a propaganda device aimed at stamping
Nazis as barbarians before the world ... A necent Israel item
herved more attention than it did. We have in mind Premier David
Eil-Gurion's slap against the snobbish attitude among some ele-
hnti of the populace toward the Oriental Jews of the country,
here is no room for "skin" discrimination in Israel and the sooner
is weeded out.it will be healthier for the country There will
no tears shedT>ver Rankin's departure from the halls of Con-
ress. What is amazing is that the gentlemen of Congress over the
crs permitted that bigot to soil the Congressional Record with his
ling .__________________________________________________________
|>n'k Exemption From Property Tax
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr. Emanuel Neumann, head of the
. vish Agency's economic department, urged Finance Minister Levi
jshkol this week to exempt foreign investors in Israel from the
ropertv tax law, a draft of which has been submitted to the Knes-
_t Heading a delegation of the Foreign Investors Association, Dr.
Ntnann ba.rJ his objections on the promise to exempt new enter-
rises in their first five years of operation.
Holy Day services to obtaining
subscriptions for Israel Bonds.
Bonds during the High Holy Day ,
services is being supported by
Among the many other promi- chief Rafcbi Isaac Halevi Herzog.;
nent speakers who will partici-iof Israel- 6S wel1 as other out"
pate in the Israel Bond effort in | standing religious leaders in
Synagogues throughout the coun-1 America and Israel,
try are Oscar Chapman, United The Rabbinical Council of
States Secretary of the Interior; l America, the Rabbinical Alliance
Leon Keyserling, chairman of the | of America, the Mizrachi Organ-
Council of Economic Advisers;
former Ambassador to Israel
James G. McDonald; Congress-
man Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.;
Congressman Emanuel Celler:
Hartley Crum, noted statesman
and humanitarian; Maurice Sam-
uel, famous author; and Dr.
Frank Kingdom, well-known
writer and radio commentator.
Special arrangements are being
ization of America and the Ha-
poel Hamizrachi are among the \
groups which have urged all their i
members to participate in High
Holy Day Israel Bond programs. ]
This week the National Council of
Young Isra. 1 urged similar par-
ticipation upon all its affiliated
Congregations.
Israel Bond activities on the
High Holy Days will constitute
made so that members of Congre- the first major effort of the Fall,
gations can make their commit- 1952, phase of the Israel Bond
ments to purchase Israel Bonds drive. Bond Drive leaders antici-
without violating traditional in- j pate a record result from this in-
junctions against writing dn the tensive campaign which is report-
Holy Days. The special effort to edly enlisting wide support
obtain subscriptions to Israel throughout the country. _____
Symphony Ticket
Sales Advance
Season ticket sales for the
1952-53 University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra series of nine
concerts is one-third above that
of last year at this time. Mrs.
Marie Volpe, manager, announced
early this week.
Two-thirds of the seats for
the Monday evenino series at
Dade Ccunty Auditorium, have
alreadv been subscribed, Mrs.
Wipe said. The Sunday evening
series, at Miami Beach Auditor-
lir, i? now 400 subscriptions a-
r.cad of last year. There is every
indication that the entire sale,
for both Auditoriums, will come
close to 4.500 subscriptions, as
compared to 3.500 of last year.
The downtown ticket office, at
228 SE 1st Street, will open for
the sale of Symphony subscrip-
tions on September 15th. Sub-
scriptions will also be on sale at
both Auditoriums, Amidon's Mus-
ic Store, in Coral Gables, and The
Bookworm, on Coral Way.
The Orchestra, of 100 member-
ship, will again be under the
conductorship of John Bitter,
with the following soloists: Ru-
dolph Firkusny, Helen Traubel,
Nathan Milstein, Jan Peerce,
Guiomar Novaes, Vronsky and
Babin. Bidu Sayao, Jorge Bolet,
Isaac Stern and Jean Bedetti.
THE SEAL
WHICH MEANS
KOSHER f
}'nm B nth Women Meet
The Miami Beach Chapter,
J'nai B'rith Women, held their
|rst Board meeting of the season
Bterday at the Atlantic Towers
lotel. The Board and chairmen
pre guests of the president, Mrs.
len Lebow,
Miami HuKiness
flailassali Meets
Monday Evening
Miami Business and Profcssion-
Hadassah will meet on Mon-
f v evening, September 15th, 8:30
>m.. at the Miami Jewish Com-
fur.ity 'enter, announced Stella
[The Group will also sponsor
p Annual picnic on Sunday
purning. September 14th, 11 a.m.,
J Crandon Park, Pit No. 1, ac-
P'aing to Fannie Levitt, chair-
fiWli David
4'lussvs Open
Formal classes in Hebrew
School at the Beth David Syn- |
agogue commenced on Monday,
September 8th, it was announced
early this week by Jerome B.
Gordon, education director.
Registration for the Daily Nur-
sery and Kindergarten School
will re-open on Suncay morn-
ing, 10 a.m., to 12 noon, accord-
ing to Gordon, and continue
throughout the week. Sunday
School registration, he added, will
be held at the same time.
Men's Clubs To Meet
The Men's Club of the North
Dade Jewish Center will meet at
the Center on Tuesday evening,
September 16th, 8 p.m. The Bow-
ling Teams of the Men's Club
meet Thursday evenings at 8 p.m.,
with Herbert Marrow in charge
of information.
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of Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans
is the official seal of approval of
THE UNION OF ORTHODOX
JEWISH CONGREGATIONS
OF AMERICA. It's your guar-
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baked beans are Kosher and
pareve .... strictly vegetarian!
A delightful dish for either meat
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PAGE 2 B
Mount Sinai Is
Cited With Award
Congratulations have been re-
ceived by Mount Sir.a: Hcajital
from Hospital Management Mag-
azine upon being awarded h -
orable mention for its recently
issued annual report in the pub-
lication's 1952 report coxpeti-
ti B
Describing Mount Sinai's I
ities and services to the Create!
Miami community during 1951,
.^2-paee booklet was p
ed by the hospital's Public Rela-
ti ns Department under the
lion of William Gl'.ck.
In a letter addressed to S
uel Gertner. Mount Sinai's execu-
tive director, magazine head
k D. Hxks. stated that the
.-..: been ma an ex-
ceptionally capable staff of judges
in a particularlv close competi-
tion."
An award certificate wil
ted : r th( spital by Gert-
ner at the publication's annual
public relation.- meeting to be
held in Philadelphia next week.
Gertner will also be present at
the American Hospital Ass
:. :. Ai nual Convention in that '
city at the
+ lfi Enjoy High
Holiday
Services
in
lleallhiully
Air Cooled
BETH EL
AUDITORIUM
5C0 SOUTHWEST 17th AVE.
250 COMFORTABLE SEATS
At a meeting in the offices of the Slate of Israel Bonds Committee.
Planning for a dinner of the professional Division on or about
October ISth. are left to right) Vice Mayor Burnett Roth; Milton
S. Malakoff. ere? director for Israel Bonds: Harry Simonhoff.
chairman of the Professional division: *ud& Irving Cypen; and
Judge Harold E. Spaet.
: SI H3aM2:-Q= YA
FRIDAY. SEPTT^^|
The Sephardic Congregation Etz-AhaT*
-------OF GREA-T-ER MIAMI
Under the Auspices of the
Sephardic Jewish Brotherhood ol Arner"
W< are clad to inform you that The Sephard Con
Etz-Ahaim invites you and your family to attend .r r'l?ali
services to be held at the Surf Hotel. 444 Oc. an n,, *
lit h. Fia. e' Ma
Mr. Nissin Levy and Members of our Organi.-a: n ....
for 3 days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur ThJ c
will be conducted in Spanish and English. ^
Our Organization extends their best wishes a u.
prospen us New Year to you and your entire family
FV.ZI u*;S"" T2tn The Commit: e< ',-. rJ
PS Fre sleeping accommodations if you desire '
Admission Free and Welcome to All
Timi of Services:
Friday. September 19thEve of Rosh Hashana 6 om
1st and 2nd Day of Rosh Hashanamorn:r.r servkei
Sunday. Kol Nidre night. September 28th., r"Vi,.PS !;, .
Yom Kippur. September 29thmorning service fcJo"
Beth David Sisterhood
Meets To Open Season
t 1 meetini i
Beth Da1
Sept
I 1 Synagog
according t I
Sirs Max S
.... t talk on 1
: '. lid;
$5.00
and
57.50
West Miami Sisterhood
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Irving Breslov :
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Dividend At
Flakier Drive*
Board f Bond Trust
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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 Hcly Day ServicJ
at our Synagogue
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
and
CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Kneseth Israel Chou
Under Direction of Joseph Schreibman
RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND
EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY & SATURDAY
FROM 7 9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 12 A.M.
FOR INFORMATION. PLEASE CALL 5-1652
Al Zisman. Chairman
Sam Siegel Al Perl
Gerald Perl M. Pepper
Seating Committee
L' Shona Tova Tikesevu
Downtown
Synagogue
OF MIAMI
(Formerly Bah Davi I
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
Wishes to extend to all our
Members and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
end cordially invites
you io attend our
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
RABBI ARYE BECKER
from Israel
and
CANTOR M. COOPER
will conduct services
Seat Reservations May Be
Made Daily and Evenings un-
til 9 p.m. at very reasonable
prices.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION
1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE
Announces
RABBI SIMON APRIL WILL CONDUCT
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
CANTOR BERELE KELEMER WILL CHANT
Assisted by a Choir oi our own Hebrew School Boys
A Committee will sell tickets daily and evenings from
8 to 10 at (he Synagogue, or reservations may be made
by calling 82-6334
CHOICE SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
al S7.50 and SI0.00 each
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER
6500 N. Miami Avenue
WISHING A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
announces
HIGH HOLY DAY SkSKVH IS
IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED CENTER
CANTOR ALBERT GLANTZ Officiating
Tickets on Sale Evenings 7:30 to 9:30 P.M.
For Further Information Phone 89-7616
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
44 Zamora Avenue Coral Gabl|
EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST
WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
CONDUCTED BY RABBI ABRAHAM LEVITAN
AND CANTOR RUDOLPH BRILL
Make reservations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. and 7 p.m."
10 p.m. daily, except Friday evening & Saturday morning
TELEPHONE 83-4279
JEWISH CALENDARS
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
ARE NOW AVAILABLE
BEAUTIFULLY
ILLUSTRATED
LARGE LEGIBLE
NUMERALS
CONTAINS A WEALTH
OF USEFUL INFORMA-
I our Copy U Absolutely Fre*~*~
GORDON FUNERAL HOMES
710 S.W. lith ivr .... *** J
710 S.W. 12ih AVE.
Phon 3-3431
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 Servic*
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
U33 DADE BLVD
RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND
EVERY EVENING. EXCEPT FRIDAY fc SATURDAY
____>M 7 9 PJ4. SUNDAY 10 IS A.M.
FOR INFORMATION. PLEASE CALL 82-4795


,AY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1952
+Jewlslirk>ridttari
PAGE 3B
:ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
I&HAVAS ISRAEL SYflX-
B-UE **1 h"ld Friday *?
KvteM at 6:15 p.m. Satur-
V6 ,,., inu services are sched:
fcT'r a.m.. with Rabbi
fd Fvcr discussing the Week-
HSS. Mincha will be at.6
lPtoUowed by Shalos Seudos
B'Maariv. Selichos services are
l?eduU-d for Saturday, midnight.
Ireth david synagogue
Ifi h ,ld Friday evening services
KL. Saturday morning serv-
lc are scheduled for 9 a.m at
i,rh time the Bar Mitzvah of
Key son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Ihner wiU take place Rabbi
Ki Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
|*V,Hwill officiate. Selichos
Kws are scheduled for Satur-
K 11-30 p.m. The Rabbi, Can-
land Choir, under the direction
I Mrs Jack Donnerstag, will
Innate Subject of a sermon to
delivered is: At Midnight.
I BETH EL CONGREGATION
In hold Friday evening services
I 6 15 P' Saturday morning
Irvices will be at 8:30 a.m., with
I- shmarvahu T. Swirsky dis-
Esinj: Fruits Of The Spirit.
incha Will be at 5:45 WB-ttt
wed by Shalos Seudos. A Mlave
lalkah is scheduled for the Dora
KgVt Memorial Hall at 11:30
|rr, with members of the Sis-
|r od as hostesses. Selichos
I .- will commence Saturday,
Edniaht. v hen Rabbi Swirsky
I ii wuss Arise And Sing In
fcp Night Cantor William Wolf
111 chant the liturgy.
I BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
PCN will hold Friday evening
fevices at 6 15 p.m. Saturday
iorning services arc scheduled
|r 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Moses
escheli fi discussing: Facing
|, itii .' ncha will be at 6 p.m..
I Shalos Seudos. The
E : i will discuss the Weekly
f .]. Selichos services are
Ichiduled for Saturday, midnight,
tit-. Rabbi .NUscheloff discuss-
kc- We Knock At God's Doors.
Kant n Weingarten will
Ihart. assisted by the Choir un-
icr the direction_of Paul Held.

I BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
| t 6:15 p.m. Saturday
I rvices arc scheduled
fcr 8:3'I with Rabbi Joseph
fcackry. USSing the Week-
w Porti in At 5 p.m.. the Rabbi !
I'll! discuss Ethics of our Fathers.
Winch-i 5:30 p.m., followed
|v Si idol and Maariv.
|t!:chos scheduled for Satur-
day, midni]
I CORAL GABLES JEWISH
CENTER ...11 hold Friday eve- '
l-ms : at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Mi is Skop discussing: j
he Concept Of Penitence In Our
Pay. Saturday morning services ]
Ire scheduled for 9:45 a.m., with
I Tor.. .. .-,i.ng and Kiddush of !
Banctific.it. n At the Oneg Shab-
kat. the Sisterhood will honor its |
resident. Mrs. Ann Echulefand,
Blrs. George Chertkof, chairman
kf the Nursery School Commit-
. Mrs. M irris Skop. supervisor
ftf the Nursery, and other school
k\-nrkerp. S.-lichoth services are
chedul.-.i foi Saturday, midnight.
pith Rabbi Skop, Cantor Irving
Pbmon ar.d soloist Leon Schiff
fliciatine. Subject of a sermon
|o bp delivered by the Rabbi is:
Jetting Into The High Holy Day
Wood.
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE |
pill hold Friday evening services
t 630 p n-.. Saturday morning
Pervicts an scheduled for 8:30
m with visiting Rabbi Aryan
Jteker. of Israel, officiating and
Piscussir.g the Weekly Portion.

I "EBREW ACADEMY will
Pwd Fridaj evening services at
P1S pm. Saturday morning serv-
ces are scheduled for 9 a.m. Min-
na will be at 6 05 p.m. Selichos
services are scheduled for Satur-
day, midnight. Rabbi Alexander
|jre>5 will discuss: Elul. The
ith Of Meditation.
I .
IxSSSF jsrael CONGRE-
GATION wUl hold Friday eve-
IwL" -t 6 p.m. Saturday
lor ft'-f ?"rv,ct?s are scheduled
Ki-iiiu a m- Evening services
Rill b. at 6 pm Rabbi Abraham
|V'' will discuss the Weekly
K,V,&n- Cantor Abraham Seif
Verv,tnart the "turgy. Selichos
E, wj"* scheduled for Satur-
Can'irn"',J"*ht- Rabbi C*axl and
ltd h? .Se,f W,U oMiciate. asaiit-
Ition ie Ch?lr under <**"*
I n of Joseph Schreibman.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hoiHiiJriday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m., when Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will discuss the Weekly
Portion. The Bar Mitzvah of Ed-
win, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, will also take
place at that time. An afternoon
Bible class is scheduled for 4:45
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Selichos services will be held
Saturday, midnight, when Rabbi
Lehrman will discuss: An Out-
post In The Night. Cantor David
Silverman will chant assisted by
the Center Choir under the direc-
tion of Robert Strassburg.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning
serviceg are scheduled for 8:30
sohn, Rita Epstein and Geri
Mechlowitz and the Messers Leo
LaPato, Melvin Altman, Leo
Steinman, Sam Jaffee and Irv-
ing Laibson. Director is President
A. Louis Mechlowitz.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will !
hold Friday evening services at ;
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish i
will preach, with Cantor Samuel
Kclemer rendering the musical
portions of all programs. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot
will officiate, with Cantor Jacob
Borr.stein rendering the musical I
portions of the service. Saturday i
i morning services will be at 11 l
a.m.
. .
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 9 a.m.. with Oscar Weinstein
assisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Afternoon services will be at 6
a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of prrl., followed by a class in Theol-
Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schwartz, will take place.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
A Mishna class is scheduled for
5:15 p.m., followed by Mincha,
Shalos Seudos and Maariv. The
Selichos service will be chanted
by Cantor Berele Kelemer Satur-
ogy conducted by the Rabbi. Alex
Fogel will be host at Shalos Seu-
dos. Selichos services are sched-
uled for Saturday, midnight.

YOUNG ISRAEL S Y N A-
GOGUE will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
The Officers and Board Members of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
Announce that
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
will be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
+ 4*
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach during the services in both buildings
Star Israeli Cantor
AARON WEINGARTEN
AND A TRAINED CHOIR
will chant the services with the assistance of well known
Baalei Tefilla
The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (except-
ing on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select
and reserve your seats.
Selichoss Saturday. September 13th at Midnight
day, midnight. Rabbi April will j ing services are scheduled for 9
discuss: Why Selichos?
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8 p.m., with Rabbi
Harry Ettinger officiating, as-
sisted by the Choir. Song Of
Hope, will be the topic of his
a.m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m., and at 6
p.m.
p ...
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Friday,
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Ru-
sermon. An Oneg Shaboat will dolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg
follow. Saturday morning serv- ] Shabbat, sponsored by the S>is-
ices are scheduled for 9 a.m. I terhood, will follow
Services are scheduled to be-
gin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Mincha is
at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
JFridav evening services at 6 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 8:45 a.m. Selichos serv-
, ices will be Saturday, midnight, i -
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz I Saturday morning services are
officiating. Cantor Edward Klein scheduled for 8:30 *---*?:
will chant the liturgy, assisted by bi Abraham Sachs discussing the
the Center Choir whose member- Weekly Portion Mincha w.ill be
ship includes the Mcsdames at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Gladys Schaps, Betty Mendel- Seudos. _________________.-------
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
Cordially Invites You To Attend
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT OUR NEWLY-ENLARGED TEMPLE
320 Palermo Ave.. Coral Gables
Conducted by
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
and
CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON
Assisted by
THE CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR
Under Direction of Leon Schifl
A Limited Number of Seats Are Available
To Non-Members
For Information and Reservations. Please Call 48-8073
I
L' Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Moderately Air Conditioned. Beautiful Synagogue
935 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
Extend. Best Wishes for a Happy. Heathy and *?"'
jfewTeeVto all its Members. Worshippers and Friends
and invitee you to come end ejoy
THE BEAUTIFUL SERVICES AND SERMONS OF
Our Beioved Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Joseph i RacMy
Prominent Speaker and Renowned
Cantor Known as
THE YERUSHALMY
Will Conduct Service* end Deliver the Sermons
SLICHOS SATURDAY NIGHT
AFTER MIDNIGHT (12:30)
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Bainning Friday. Sepvnber 19th. at 6:15 pan.
and continuing through Saturday and Sunday
TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED IN THE OFFICE
TICK^TEBY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY
HYMAN SHER. Px-e. SOLOMON ALTER. V-IW
TEMPLE ISRAEL
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT. Rabbi
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi Emeritus
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN. Cantor
Greater Miami's Reform Jewish Congregation
Cordially Invites You
To become affiliated with their membership
and enjoy in air-conditioned comfort .
High Holy D2y Services
Religious Education for Child.on
Sabbath Services Every Friday
Temple Activities
Elevator .Veifl)/ hiftalled
For Information Call During Week
9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Phone 9-1757
Membership Corr.rri:le
The Israelite Center
' 3198 S.W. 24th TERRACE
RABBI ABRAHAM SACHS CANTOR SAMUEL SALIOW
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
ROSH HASHONOBeginning Friday Evening. September 19th
YOM KIPPURBeginning Sunday Evening. September 28th
YISCORSeptember 29th. 11 a.m.
TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED AT CENTER OFFICE
Sundays 10 a.m. to Noon
Daily 7:30 to 9 Evenings 8 to 10 (Except Sabbath)
THE YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
OF MIAMI BEACH
4001 Chase Avenue
100o Air-Conditionec
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
A CALL TO
LIBERAL REFORM PROGRESSIVE JEWS
YOV
Are Cordially Invited to Become a Member at
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
"The Liberal Congreoetion on the Beach"
(Affiliat with th Onion of American Heb'ew Corgr*saticn,
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Europeans At B'nai ll'rith Meeting
COPENHAGEN. (JTACountries in western Europe were
represented at the annual meeting of the European Union of B "a.
B'nth, which ended its four-day session here. Di Edwin G-
f Zuri^ president of-tfeej European Union of B:
I. Owr^peakers inc:tf*d| Dr L<. '- of Load
B ::: MarcOP'Melchioi pres thi lodge in t
Scandinavia.-. repre#ntativ
ttee; and Maurice B--
: B'nai B'nth.
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FRffiAY.
Mass Al cute Of .lews Reported
LONDON. .JTAA largi I Jews have beet
several Run- nian cil Bi
mass arresU
: Tl I 5 to un-
--:. wn ts said that
- were a! e k in Ca
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infoi atior. recei\

Canada Ratifies Genoeide Part
UNITED NATIONS JTA David M
Sal ns. this
. ent's i itificati n of t Conventioi nti
and punisl ent I tl i f genocide. Cai t the 40t
try i a party to the C nventi n utiaws -
. : t.'i right : existen thnic or nat
groupsa
Arabs Foment Chile Anti-Semitism
LONDON JTA I A:
visiting Enj bout thi
anti-J ...- : now
.'- tion." He said the Aj using
n the C to nt .-:.-.' -
->-...._ leaflets
Irge lotion To Exempt Women
.. '."ON WNS Inclusi n : a provision in i
irrenl UN
ifi am- service of
-: nscier.ci is 1 mmen the Eu
' '- -"- : Agti las .it as report
g to Agud used with 1
bis. Agu |t feavi -.. ..... |
'' the Human Righto Division ot to. I'r.n
Shown at a Greater Miami Hadassah meeting at Ha* San Marino Hotel are ^bottom row !
ngh: the Mesdames Fred Jonas. Irwin Weinstein, Louis Goldmen. Harry Kaplan and Jose mi
piro. Middle row left to right) are the Mesdames Jack Bernard. Harry Rosen. Ray mo ^ I
rison. Abe Greenberg. Max Weitx ard Rosalyn K.'jin. Top row (left to right) are Mrs It";
and the Misses Bea Keiter and Jeanne Brown. Members heard details relating to the Heb ml
Trade Deficit Mounts In Israel
_,. ""- A\ I\ WNS'A rep tl by the Government Stati
' s : disci sed that ::-.-. first m nths : 1952 showed a
: : thirty-f ur per cent i.- I with the parallel
: 1951 Imp rts f nths in 1952 \
' ar. men I -.me 10.000.000 un r tl cor-
iod of 1951 whilt q rts li : .0.000
I oOO.OOO.
>
Soviet Pays In Foreign Iurrency
rEL AVIV JTA Tl Soviet G n nt agreed to
trus import. I
.-.' : this week by the 1
nt for the sale of citrus fruits
_ --- ~ viet luti
:. -
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Australian Jews Protest Migration
.
test to the Ausl
t- The .
y Australian Immigration
.
S*TK,J0 K,lm,a<' Kaeial Bias
i -V \eU On ll>a Of \azi Vi. liin*
\II.Ml.. AMfkn Wa..i-|..%id
versity-Hadassah Medical School.
Medical Center
Moves Ahead,
Hadassah Told
Constructioi Ha-
H .-. I L"r iversitj Mi I-
enter in In ing
:
tadel I' -- ( -.. .. science
thi Bil lical plains
le Jerusalem, said Mn
Louis E- G '' C li-
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the Great Y : ChapU
Hadassah. the Women's Z. nisi
Organization :' America.
Mian n? attending the ground
breakir.e ceremony last June 5th.
ir Israel, were Mr and Mrs Max
nd Mr and Mrs. Joe Ma-
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PAGE 5B.
[eTDollar Jake
Magazine Cover
,' Dollar Jake Schreiber
, the cover of a German
.'rta/iae which recont-
gred in Laguna. Sw.tzer-
of
Bi:
former theater chain own-
iZ. Miami tradcrk '*
Krtible automobile fitted
pMutical gadgets, dummy
Lmcn and a pet parakeet,
L.n responsible for stirring
recruiting programs here
n -,< for many successful
donation campaigns.
rfil-er is also accountable
re ,1c of some $5,000,000
United States War
His heavily decorated
car, photographed by
photographers last
t make up the cover of Der
lei.
Auxiliaries Donate
To Veterans Here
Norman Bruce Brown
liary, Jewish War Veterans
n 174 gave two mobile
, the Coral Gables Vet-
, Hal, according to an
..' ,nt by Mrs. Tessie
l, h ispital coordinator.
I fans were given to the
L| by the Broward County
Vs Auxiliary, JWV No. 613.
I g mon said. ______
ll'iith Women i
Iff r Mr*. Holtz
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
ill meet on Tuesday. Septem-
r 16th, at 8 pk, in the Beth
El Congregation.
Mrs. Gerald Srfttz, vice presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
of Miami, will be guest speaker
and discuss B'nai B'rith at work
in Israel as sne saw it during a
recent visit there.
Mrs. Ben Trupkin, chairman of
the Stork Shower Project to fur-
nish diapers and layettes for
needy infants in Israel, will re-
veal plans for a Fund Frolic to
be held at the Nautilus Hotel.
Mrs. Meyer Forer is program
chairman and announced that
Mrs. Nate Speigelman will^be in
charge of refreshments.
She also indicated that mem-
bers planning to join the group's
Bowling Team should apply tor
information to Mrs. Robert T.
Merkin, chairman.
Announce New
Teachers At
Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of The Hebrew Acad
Flagler Women
Meet. Plan
The Women at the Flagler-
Grar.ada Jewish Community Cen-
ter are planning for their/Annual
Membership Tea which will be
emy, has announced the appoint- I held earlv in October,
ment of Mrs. Shoshana Spector, | The Board met last Tuesday af-
Mrs. Malka Robbins and Mr. ternoon to discuss plans for the
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women Meet Tuesday
The first regular meeting of the
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will be held on
Tuesday afternoon, September
16th, 1 p.m., in the King Arthur
Room of the Saxony Hotel.
(
Samson Kraus to the faculty of
The Hebrew Academy for the
1952-1953 year.
According to Rabbi Gross, the
new faculty merribers come to
the Academy with experience in
Hebrew Academy education and
with distinguished records of
scholarship and instruction in
modern Hebrew language.
Mrs. Spector, formerly of Beth
Ha Yeled, a progressive Foun-
dation School in New York, is
the co-author of Hebrew Made
Easy, a basic language book on
the Hebrew tongue as it is spoken
in Israel today. She has also
been on the staff of the Insti-
tue for Jewish Studies for the
past four years, teaching advanc-
ed and modern Hebrew.
Mr. Kraus, a graduate of Ner
Israel Teachers College and John
Hopkins University, has been as-
sociated with the Moriah Acad-
emy of New Brunswick, New Jer-
sey, for a period of four years.
Prior to his arrival in Miami
Beach, he spent two years in Is-
rael teaching in the Tel Aviv and
Jerusalem school system.
Mrs. Robins, Israeli born and
a graduate of the Teachers Sem-
inary in Jerusalem, has been as-
sociated during the last five years
with the Beth Tifilah Founda-
tion School of Baltimore, Mary-
land, where she acted in the ca-
pacity of Head Kindergartner
and Supervisor of the Pre-School
Program.
coming year. Mrs. Sidney Still-
er, chairman, said that the next
regular meeting will be on
Thursday evening, September
18th, at 8:30 p.m.
tteth FA Sisters
liaise Funds For
New Aeademy
The Congregation Beth El Sis-
terhood will hold a Card Party
on Sunday evening, September
14th, 8 p.m., in the Dora August
Memorial Hall.
The committee in charge of the
affair includes the Mcsdames Abe
Pepper, George Solir.ger. Anna
Sands and Abe Greenberg. Pro-
ceeds are scheduled for the new-
ly-formed Beth El Academy.
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ipkh and 5bepe/u/at/e cTiJ/e Selirice
Judge Zinn To Speak
At B'nai B'rith Lunch
Harold Zinn, Associate Judge
of the Municipal Court of Miami
Beach, will be guest speaker at
the weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591,
B'nai B'rith, at the National Ho-
tel on Tuesday, September 16th,
12:15 p.m.
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Painting and Ceramics
OPENING DATE: Nursery and primary grades
Sept. 15th. Grades through High School
Oct. 2nd.
Beach Boys' Club
Founder and director of the
Miami Beach Boys' Club. Rabbi
Isaac Ever, this week announced
the launching of a drive to aug-
ment the group's program.
Children admitted to First Grade on basis oi readiness
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Citizenship Day
?.:. .- G '- il Lewiat) B. Ber-
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y-,. be principal speaker ^: the
sr.T.'.al observance of C : 1 c
D Wednesday evening. S^3-
ei 17th, 8 p m. a: the Daie
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u shewn signing a contract appointing Ray Redman as executive
secretary and director of publicity at a recent Board of Director's
rr.e*t:=c. Seated lift to right are Jordan Davidson, treasurer;
Chase al admin new appointee: and Marjorie Toner, secretary.
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f-aer r: the Advertising and Publicity Committee.
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SEPTEMBER 12. 1952
'lewis*IhrHiir
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I
leach Israel
Zionist District
.leets Monday
["The first meeting of the-oard
i nirectors of the Miami Bealch
krael Zionist District will meqt
Mondav evening, September
-th 8 p m., at the penthouse of
r,ed' Jonas in the Shore Club
tntel a>t<:idiruj to a statement
If Dr. Louis G. Lytton, presi-
|cni
Kenneth Oka, chairman of the
fcoard, will preside and Seymour
Liebman, associate chairman,
. r a report or. the pro-
leedmg- of the Extraordinary
inference of the National Ad-
ministration Committee of the
fionist Organization of America,
|eld in Nav York last August
Fred J; ruis, membership chair-
|r.:in. will outline plans for an
nteiisivi nembership campaign
or the .' :ning year, while Alex
Can Straat n, treasurer, will dis-
tils plan- to meet the District's
fcuo'.a foi the American Zionist
fund.
[ Other committee chairmen will
Lake rep rts for the various Zi-
tm.-t activities on the American
icere. as w ell as for Israel.
ioy Elkins Opens Health
:ood Store in Miami
Ri.v F:iK:ns. formerly associated
ivit Paul Bragg and Gaylord
Benjan:.r Hauser, has opened his
em, iir conditioned Health
t 107 NE 2nd Street,
H
Elkm -idled author and lec-
I alizes in salt free, low
E caloric albrgy foods,
i- vegetables and
I. .
Letters To The Editor
(Editofi$ffljU( Below are
published more of the many
letters reaching trie office oj
The Jewish Tloridian, in which
are offered suggestions for a
title to a work currently being
prepared for publication by
columnist H a r r j S'.i.ic.h ff.
Mr. Simonhoff s weekly article,
I'll Say, has been temporarily
suspended. He Israel Bond as p. in for tae
best title.)
Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
Reading your column, the fol-
lowing names come to mind as
possible titles for your forthcom-
ing book.
The Hidden Vine
From Miami To Bombay
Lands F:-r And Near
A Lone People
Everglades Ar.d Himalayas
From The Miss.ssippi To The
Ganghis
Up and Dov/n The Earth
I hope you can use one of the
above, and recommence your
column.
Sincerely yours,
Sam Schwartz

Dear Mr. Simonhoff:
Here are some names which
have come to my mind:
Here And There
Jews: Here And There
Dust On My Shoes
I hope one of the^e will please
you.
Yours truly.
Martha Russcol

Editor, Jewish Floridian
It was with great regret that
I read in the Floridian that Harry
Simonhoff was discontinuing his
weekly column which I have been
reading with great interest for
many years.
However, the Floridian's loss
will be the community's gain
when Mr. Simonhoff completes
his book and publishes it tor na-
tional circulation. I am sure he
has the best wjshes of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami.
In order to be ot some assis-
tance to Mr. Simonhoff in select-
ing a title for his masterpiece, I
submit the following, all of Bib-
lical origin:
Lift Up Thy Feet
These Are The Journeys
Here Am I
Give Ear, O, Heavens
The Escaped Of Nations
A Seeing Eye
The Shadows Flee
Walking By The Way
Vines In Blossom
Arise And Travel
Very truly yours,
Louis Schwartzman
Rabbi Lehrman Extends
New Year's Greetings
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will present New Year's I
greetings this Sunday, September 7
14th, at 2 p.m., on Jacob Schach-
ter's Jewish Hour, over radio sta-
tion WMBM.
Irving Pietrack will thon appear
with his orchestra for a third per-
formance here in a progTam of
music by Yiddish theater com-
posers.
his pos), as well as to that of Re-
ligious School superintendent, last
April. He was married here in
August and assumed his duties
at the Temple eqrly this month.
Name New Chest
Public Relations Men
Two Dade County promotion
executives will serve as Public
Relations co-chairmen for the
1953 Community Chest campaign
which gets under way in No-
vember, it was announced this
week.
James M. Legate, general man-
ager of radio station WIOD, and
John P. Gilbert, director of sales
promotion for the Miami Daily
News, have been named to co-
ordinate the Red Feather drive's
advertising and public relations
program by W. Keith Phillips,
1953 campaign chairman.
To Fete Cantor
tiornstein Tonite
Temple Israel will formally
welcome its newly-appointed
Cantor and his wife. Cantor and
Mrs. Jacob G Bornstein, at a re-
ception following Friday evening
services tonight, 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph Narot, spiritual
leader, and Beniamin Slot", presi-
dent of the Congregation, will
prpse-t greetings.
Cantor Bornstein was named to
3S0 Lincoln Road
Suit* 302 Phone 5-5411
Entrance on Washington Art.
I OCULIST'S
PRESCiur'ii^w FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARQE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Maiftus Proeiaint
lllitjh Holy Days
\ltond ilrive Time
>:' Greater Miami offi-
I (1 themselves in
I: iing the State of Israel
I; C nmittee here, bv issu-
lir.- ,. tarnation namirg the
[.'! gl !! idays, September 20th
: 29th, as Israel Bond
[:
Prod tions wore issued by
I C. elsie J Senerchia. of
D. Lee Powell, Miami
[Beach; David H. Htnriiick, Jr.,
I Coral 11 bles; Henrv Milander,
[Hialeah; John J. Boehrer. Surf-
Iside: J. E. Ludick. North Miami;
[M. E. Reynolds, Miami Shores;
iGtutue Slick, North Miami Beach;
land Shepard Broad. Bay Harbor
| Islands.
Max Orovitz, chairman of the
IGreatT Miami Committee, State
lol Israel Bonds, expressed official
I thanks to the Mayors for their
>uppuii ; the Israel Bond Drive
dun-.g ; High Holidays.
I. STEWART PEEPLES
Certified Publie Aevountant
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES
AT
504-5C5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
Member
American Institute of Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201
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k
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(N ISRAEL!
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The High Holy Days It the one time of the year when a gift from
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of Nationally known household electrical appliances.
Scrip is available in units of $ 10, $ 1 5, $23, $50 and up.
And Something New I If you prefer to send pre-packed kosher
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-..:-.*.-; i '--'- -- -:
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Capitol Spotlight

by :'-'-'' s ??.iez ::.-.:"
I. : -' i i
s.y.'.-.1'.VSg
BHP
F M -

Tire staff rr.err.bers si McCarrar. s Senate Judiciary Z:~-
rr.itee arid Senators Alexander Wue% W:Un Sniitb a=a Rsoert C.
Her.d.-.ckscr. are now in E-rcpe. T=ey e=t ostensibly to prcoe
:.--. --.ve-sm of ref-sees.

-
retrog
- -. -
:: o-^d serre =c: ::.-. : izzzzzt Vr.::es S-.: participj-
'-- interne tinnal nrz-rirr.s Hid Sreenleigli but il has t.-.e
= .; = -:v :; naottnc* :: the *".; that BM rc-r.-rv =.--. BM eett-
:.-, clcre a ?r-.-i-- M d.r-.a:e to tU bum cmmtna of ?.-.e
wWwia He-T-:s = -ere when-. they rcay a;-:: = peter.r.a. rir.ier.s
ad tBOM vtal COOdiiion*' I: i: ;--- wcnoer -.-a: we are re-
girded with s-s=:cicn b other r. = :i:r.= :.-=: cur prestige is f..ir.g
thai :-: ::^r:s la the United Natier-i ar.o" in x-.r.: affairs hM
- -l.-.ished" ~r..< vii a MristM binder and orcss ins..: an; an
..-rr:r:=r.t facttr :n a::ena::no r-.e.-. = = .r :r.e farr.:.y of MfMM
Rabbi Xaroi
Publishes Artirle
A- &.-.:.! = S -' -~ i"
N f Tempi. ::
in I

tjon I
agen-
- And I
Nan*
ques-
:'.
f to i '
_- -

-
ages, i I
-
pent
- red Psy-
tun
- t DOS-

Meaning of Holy
Ilavs Depicted
On Televijoon
A tp rfVw the film.
Y xt N- ighbor Celebrates The
H Iidavj. will"** televised
Station WTVJ. Miami, on
v. Stptember I4th. 4 p.m.
been announced by Gilbert
J Balk in. director. Florida Re-
Ant l-Defamation
: B'ni! B'rith.
Produced by ADL. Balkin ex-
the film depicts the
.r\d practice of Judaism
Holy Day ceremonials
gi r. Other
ind ceremonials
I film are Succoth.
ssovei ind Shevuoth."" he said.

when, we :an leas: tiford such luxury.
-
States
7." 1st !
i.:': -i
....... eat to :

. -. | :
A: :-; 3:-s=*:s Cc.-.ference cf Dactmb*! 1951 the Unit'd
S-;:e= =r.c '.'- -.:-.- oatiaai fcr-ed th* P.-onsicnal Ir.tergovern-
::--. Z:~ .;:..- fot :r.e Mcerrert of Migrants from Europe.
T.- Uaitad Stares oa..-.:ci ..-..err.a:.c.-.a: acc'.ai for taking leader-
s'-..c but McCazran mod f-xeo ''-' He srectaged PICMME and
intagoaiscd :.-.e free gsverr.m :-r ts fcr erly encouraged ty Amer-
ical ;.::'c::s McCarrafl aided hy chair ar. Francis E. Walter, of
thf House In-. loraricr. SuhcorrHEittee. blocked the Provisional
Ccrr.-r.irtee's plans !o appoir.* Srj man President Truman ard
many ether n=-:cr.=: leaders wanted as executive director. He
ir*s Donald Kinosley, :he distinguished former director general of
:.-.e [aterral P.efugee Organizations. Kingsley was known to Mc-
Carran as a man who ?:cc-d against religious discrimination and
-a-.-c proposed projects to aid Hitler's victims which ber.ifitted
many Jew; .
PICMME
. .'-. I tell ot
I all 1
... -
1 McCarrai
m
....
H i
Seven Lively Arts Group
Meets At Wolfson Home
Fnei S
.-. : Sund '
I :.
124 llth Si
.'.: E
Included on thi
Wil-
.
- -
''.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
-:t- ti n*iw
Jewish Trade
.
.-'-Men

SIuhuGo^.
Good Food
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Miami Beach
L for th. :-> v.
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS S40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
ED
SAVINGS
Fre 1 full hour parking
at Miami Parking Garage,
224 S. Miami Ave. ... or
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Industrial
SAVINGS BANK
Btrma ir.,ur*4 to LEONAKD L. A6ESS, hvid.rt Urgt
SEa'SJES! 46 W. Fhgler Sr. ..- b.i
c''rp' Opp. Coarthoas* ^* Sou*h
Listen to Schacter's
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Three Times Weekly
Sunday2 3 p.m.
Wedr.escay and Friday11 a.m.
WMBM 800 on Your Dial
SPECIAL FEATURE
THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER
The Most Interesting
Radio Personality
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster ana H.atoricil
Narrator
IRVING PIETRACK
Mutcal Oi-ectcr
}ljto
Plan i urri At \orih Dadf
Joseph Rosenfeld. chairman ..
i the R|tigious Committee ann
Board o Education. wjth Ra-7!
'Harrj- Ettinger. newly appo2
spiritual leader of the N Da?
Jewish Center, are IwugUflS
a new curriculum for the Center
Religious Schools.
Beside the Sundav and Hehr=,
School and Bar Etzvah d22
I which have started this ff?
' thev will form Post-Bar MitzvaH
classes and Junior Conerecatfa!.
| services. There will also ', -^
added Student actii | ,.S
mg those outlined a; ''
United Synagogue Youth Conver
tion here!
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
extends best wishes for
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
AND ADVISES THE PUBLIC:
1. Not to be misled by Hebrew Letters stating "Frishe Fleish."
"Kosher." 'Bosor." "Strictly Kosher." or a Mogan Dovid
Six-Poir.ted Ster);
2. To watch for the endorsement of the G.M.V.H. before you
buy in any retail meat or poultry market:
3. To make sure that there is the Plumba of th* G.M.VJI.
~ 1 ', which identifies the product as Kosher before
you accept it.
FOR ANY OTHER INFORMATION REGARDING
KASHRUTH CALL OUR DIRECTOR
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY at 5-3595
Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin, Sec'y. S. Lobel. Treas.
WE TRADITIONAL DISH
FOR THi HIGH HOLY DAY.
Ct Manitchtwiti G* *t Fiih th#
on* a*f it* f.h with tn* qwoltty you
wont...th only gfilt fifth with
thot hom*-mod* fait* you lov# I
6 big porticnt in th*ir own
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with only tho choic*it pur9
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bom* r*clpe denondi.
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1 iM-iyrag .(a^'iht
j^Y. SEPTEMBER 12,fSS2

Israeli-Egyptian
lArmistice Group
Resumes Talks
rERUSALEN, (JTA)The Is-
Iraeli-Egyptian Mixed Armistice
Irommission met last week for the
,jrt time since General Moham-
; rv,,i Onlv routine problems
liscussed at the meeting.
a second mettinjj was arranged.
' A report from Tel Aviv to the
(London Times said that the com-
.',,. meeting "may lead to con-
sideration of wider issues" than
holder incidents. The decision of
,',. Israeli-Egyptian Armistice
[commission to meet again "is in
turn with Premier David
[nen-Gurion's conciliatory speech
[in Knesset last week in which he
appealed to Egypt's rulers for
(cooperative settlement between
the two countries."
Reports that the Egyptian
Armv wishes to avenge its defeat
|by the Israel Army and insists on
Ia "second round" against Israel
Iwere denied by General Moham-
I Naguib, Egypt's military dic-
[tator according to London press
Ireports They said General Na-
puib had appealed to the British
(Government to lift its arms em-
bargo against Egypt and to equip
e Egyptian Army with weap-
i ns. Britain and the United
Slates could do more to assist the
new Egypt," General Naguib is
quoted as having stated.
In Washington, a State Depart-
ment spokesman said the question
of whether Egypt receives Amer-
ican munitions depends on wheth-
er or not she joins a Western-
oriented Middle Eastern com-
mand. The US Government has
some time ago agreed to sell
Egypt arms for Egyptian police
forces on a cash-and-carry basis,
he said, adding that he was un-
aware of any new Egyptian re-
quest for additional arms.
Honor Departed
in Pilgrimage
Honoring departed parents and
relatives, the Jewish community
! "f Greater Miami will visit the
graves at various cemeteries of
ea on Sunday afternoon,
Septemb : 14th, in a traditional
pre-holiday pilgrimage.
Rabbi Moses Meschcloff, secre-
the Creator Miami Rab-
Association, announces
:nunity-wide memorial
e held at 1 p.m., at
01 the Jewish section
I W ..ii Cemetery bv mem-
i of the Association.
individual gravesides
cited by Rabbis and
following the communal

Additional services will be held
is of the Rabbinate at
the Mount Sinai, Mount Nebo
and Graceland Cemeteries, at
M P.m., ;ind at the Old City
' d 4 p.m.
Lorber Chapter Hears
Mrs. Alexander Speak
: Chapter, National Home
iluWIi .^gathered for
''ting of the season
lay at the Ocean Ranch
Sol Alexander. dele-
Annual Convention
Denver, discussed her
' Home.
WINZ
50.C00 Watts Soon
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Presents
The Noted
Playwright and
Commentator
MORRIS
NASATIR
Directing
THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY
Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 pm.
Tuesday 7 to 8 p.m.
3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY
> A Child Is Born
The Rabbis Corner
* Life Ln Israel
3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY
' Jewish Humor
* News From Israel
Missing Persons
-JeHlstfhridMari
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
Beth Sholom Opens
One-Day Drive Here
On -.- -
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on the E-
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1942. 1 :-: --
H Day sei rduct-
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ful I families The
to ~ with Rabbi 1- n Kr r sh
than I and since
ISMS has xcupied :t
synagogue and lommusi*'
at 4144 Chase Avenut ? the
Eta.- lu air >ndit -1 facil-
ities inclu
school building .. rs:
jnge social r.all and t nquet
Leon J Ell president I -
Z--~z'.i has anr ir ed that on-
- ei ti ii f Ra:bi K: a-
.-- jr.: .-. t; the assist ir.o
tor S i Kelemer and Ed-
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M| Jewish veterans in his
?ei*bJ
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D.^d F-la-k Te--le Beta Sholom's Membership Committee, discussing plans for theTemples
On^rSSbmhip Drree. erUh Rabbi Leon K onish. spiriiual lesder. Leon J. Ell. president, and
Judge rennettl Cka. rice president ard chairman of the Tcrmlc j Board._______________________
T -- .-.- niren irj ^elebrel -
Other .::..*.-; f the Temple
u Honor rj Pi si* Dt Shep-
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Georgf Cohen, I C G:
dam Schifl and Abraham
Zinnamon Vice Presidents. Sid-
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Max Dreyer and J
Kenneth C-;- Treasurer L nis
: Krensky Finan -' etary.
Dr Norman Russ asd Genei
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opinion that every Jew who holds
the pride and honor of our peo-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952
Observance Wf Mi
Hond Purchases
Max Orovitz. chairman of the
creator Miami Committee for
ctVte ,.f Israel Bonds, today urged
1 .- hero to mark the coming
Hieh Holiday period by investing
%rae] Bonds
It is particularly appropriate,
Orovitz said, "that we observe the
most important Jewish Holy
nays of the year with an invest-
ment which will help assure the
5UCCess of Israel's program of eco-'
non ic development'*
Orovitz indicated that commun-
ities all over the country are
making similar New Year's ef-
fort, to increase the sale of Is-
rael' Bonds. ,
During the year ahead, he
I added. "Israel must acpejerate its
program of industrial and agri-
cultural development. ,The, entire
economy of the country must be
| expanded. SO that it may quickly
become independent of outside
assistance and may be enabled to
provide security for all its citi-
I zens, new and old."
Brandeis Chapter Meets
To Hold Games Party
The first meeting of the 1952-3
season for the Brandeis Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, will
e held on Monday, September
15th, 1 p.m.. at the Sea Gull Ho-
*,Jewist>rhrdiairi
3C
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CrRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
_-_ *< 152931
STOGIE IIH'MAS RYDER,
Plaintiff
hose RYDER. Defendant.
NOTHCE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE RYDEB
Norrlstown, R.p. 1
Norrlstown. Pennsylvania
YOU are hereby notified that a ltill
of ( omplalnl for Divorce baa I.....
filed against you, anil von are re-
quired i.i aerve a copy of your ans-
wer or pleading: to the Hill or com-
plain) on the plaintiff* attorney,
RICHARD K. SHEPARD, 2200 West
Flaarler street. Miami, and file the
original answer or pleading In the
offlee of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 1:1th day of
October, 1V5H. If you fail to do *...
juiluin.nl by default will be taken'
SKuinat you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ordered at Miami,
riorl.la. this 10th day of September,
AT)., 19.12.
E. II. LKATHKHMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Uy \VM. W. BTOCKINa
Deputy cierk
S'12-19-26 10/3
. LEGAL NOTICE
.... LEGAL JJOXJCE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152925
IXH'K ARLOTTA. Plaintiff
MARY Wll.nTTA, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ii i MARY ARLOTTA
Arm troni Courl
S'WICH, CONN,
required to serve .< copy
wer to the Hill ..f i !om-
ce "n the Plaintiff's
lit' I to file ih.....torlnal Ans-
Kffli of the clerk >< the
on or before the 9th
i :!..!-. A.D. I>3z: otherwise,
be Hill nf Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein Will be taken
u -I by you.
DATED nl Miami. Florida, thin 10th
1 Septepiher, 1961.
i: I.EATHERMA.V.
Clerk Of the Circuit Court
Pade County, Florida
Bj IV1I W. STOCKING
Deputy Clark
S I i ml address of
Plaintiffs Attornej :
NORMAN It LYONS
MO-1! Olympla llldg.
Miami. Florida.
: 12-19-2* 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is iii<:rehy given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buainess under the fictitious name of
CLKAN-N-CARE, at number 12200
X \V, I*i Curt, in the City of North
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
th. nid name with the Clerk of the
1.....' Court of Pa.le County, Florida.
Dated ,,i North .Miami, Florida, this
--'n.| Da. nl A igust. IMS.
I.IVIAX OIIAIORE ki.\ii:s
Bole Owner
I -.....-;:'-i
'':. 19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"T" K IS I1EREHY GIVEN that
dgncd, desiring to onnfs) In
ilei the fletitlous name of
INDEPENDENT AIR SERVICE
So S07, 20th Street Airport,
riorlda, intend to register aaid
*jtli the Clerk of the Circuit
Hade County. Florida.
'' K. WILLIAMS
, ,'" K RCCKMAN
iMI-......RE R. WAYNE
Alt'irnej for Independent Air Service
IM9-26 in/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
r.;'","1" !.....R'ater said name with the
^n,y:v,h;;,.viro,m Couri of "a''"
I.EO STEI.XMAX
>^H-19-2 10/3
Sole Owner
VRMNTMNG
Call
Phone 3-7124
TW'fX CMTY
PRESS, Inc.
"0 NX. SIXTH 8THEET
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TERRELL ENTERPRISES, at 5JM
Pinetree Drive, Miami Peach. Fin .
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit court of
Pade County, Florida.
ROGER N TERRELL
aEOnOIA Ol.Es TERRELL
LLOYD A TiiWI.K
ltitiO Lincoln ltd.
Miami Bench, Fla.
Attorney for Roger X. Terrell
and Georgia Olea Terrell
9/12-19-26 10/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS BEREHY GIVEN that
the und.isigned, daalrlng to engAge In
business under the fictitious name of
srri;EME SUPER STORE, at 1*31
Irf.leune Road, Coral Qables, Florida.
Intend to register aaid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade
County, Florida
SAMI'EL 8. 8ILVERMAN
ESTHER SILVERMAN
i k iic owners)
AMt is BENJAMIN
Attorney for i Iwners
II 29 9 15-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152938
WILLIAM THEODORE SCHWARTZ,
Plaintiff,
ADA ESTEI.I.E SCHWARTZ. .
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: APA ESTELIJ-: SCHWARTZ
1483 Adams Avenue
Philadelphia It'. Pennsylvania
You. ADA ESTEI.I.E SCHWARTZ,
are hereby notified that a Kill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. BEX ESSEX,
Et-Q., 823 Seyhold llldg.. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer Of
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
13lh day of October. 19.12. If you fall
to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/iRlDlAN.
DONE AND ORPEREP at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of September,
A P. IMS.
E K. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Pad.- County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKIXG,
Deputy clerk
HEX ESSEX
Attornev for Plaintiff
823 Seyhold P.ldg.
Miami. Florida
9/12-19-26 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Jn
business under the fictitious name of
THE DIVE INN BAR, at 1770 N. W.
79th St.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Pade County, Florida.
MARIAN E. CLARK
STEPHEN 1- KES8LER, Attorney
2200 W. Flagler St.
9/12-19-26 10/3 __________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1W1 I
JACOB MINDLIX. et al..
Plaintiffs.
JAMES R. GREEN, etet.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the
undersigned, as Special Master
Chancery, will offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, before the south
front door of the Court House of Pade
County. Florida, on Monday, October
6 ItSl at twelve o'clock .Noon I12.no
x.i the following described propertj
situate In Pade County. Florida, to-
"lit, I" and 11 In Block lof
TENTH ADDITION I" HI A-
LEAH, according to the I lat
thereof, record..! In I* t Book .
at PaM llML "fds of PaW County.
aether with the lmprpven*tnt,
situate thefon and the furniture.
furnishings nnd equipment theieln
contain* d. .v ,, ... ,*,
said property to be sold to sa isf>. th.
Final Decree hi this cauae and^eort*
DATED this 4th day of September,
"" /a/ ALFRED KRE1SI.ER
Ae Special Master In Chancery
HAROIJ> TANNEN
1009 Security Building
117 N. let Avenue
AntBraey r-alUffa
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152547
VJKTOR NAW I'.ol'ZKY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA NAWROTZKY,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANNA NAWROTZKY
VATRA DtiRNEI
DOR.NA-KANDREXI
RODHANIA
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has keen
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to *erve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, and
file the nricinal Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of th.- Cir-
cuit Com t on oi'.before, the ITitii day
of September. lSr.L' If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for The relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 24th day of August. A.D.
E. p. LBATHERMAN,'
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Patle Ciwinty, Florida
By WM. \V STOCKIXG
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
ni:x ESSEN
<::! Seyhold Rldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/29 ...12-19
'T
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBW that
the umlci .-inn.'.t, fleshing to engage
business under the fictitious name of
SEVENTH AVENUE LA UNDID >r
MAT. nt 2801 N. W. 7th Ave.. Miami,
Fla., Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Pule County, Florida
NATHAN S. AARON
TESSIE AARON
(Partners)
DANIEL XEAL HEIJ.ER
Attorney for Applicants
239 Sboreland Arcade Uldg.
Miami, Fla.
8/29 9A-12-I9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24962
RE: ESTATE OF
PAUL o. MESSXER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
XOTICE Js hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Hnal Discharge as Ex,-, utrlx of. the
estate of PAUL O. HESSNER, dei
ceased; and that on the .".th dav of
October, if"2. I win apply to the
Honorable w F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Pade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
Estate of HAUL O. MESSNER, de-
ceaaed.
Tins 2nd day of September. l!-.'.2.
ROSE MARIE SET1I MESSNER
PALLOTT, silver and MI'l.l.nV
Attorneys for Executrix
!i :.-12-19-:'6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE LITTLE COPA, at 1087 N. E.
Timh Street, Miami. Florida, Intend t"
register wild name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Pade County.
l- k>i Ida.
SAMUEL F. RIFKIN
l.EXi.RE .1. RIFKIN
HUTNER a. HCTXEIi
Attorneys for A|i|illeiinta
S20 i dympla uidg.
Miami 82, Florida
By BERNARD HUTNER
s I2-2S > .".-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE Mul,LIES IIKAITV SA-
LON, at M51 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Pade County. Florida.
ANNA LlNtCK
Sole Owner
9/12-19-26 10/3
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State of Florida
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
LSertha V. Golub Miami. Fla.
Vivian Olsen Miami, Fla.
Alfred Krelsler Miami. Fla.
did on the Mh day of March. A. 1).
1930 cause to be Incorporated under
the provision, of Chapter louytf, Liws
of I loiida. Acts of 1925,
LA BONITA CORP.
a corporation, with its principal place
of business at Miami. Dade County.
in the State of 1.....Ida. and whereas
the stockholders of such corporation
did on the 4th day of September, A.D.
19.-.2. Cause to be filed in the office
of the Secretary of State of the State
of Florida, a Consent of all the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter 10096. I.awg of Florida. Acts
of 192.".. Showing the dissolution of
such corporation, and the Secretary of
State Is satisfied that the require-
ments of law haye been complied with.
IX WITNESS WHEKEoF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 4th day of September. A.K.
19J2.
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary <>f state.
(SEAL)
9, 12. 52
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No; 152801
Josephine Karambela, Plaintiff
vs.
Thomas Henry Karambela
residence, unknown, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Thomas Hem) Karamliela
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and vou arc re-
quired to serve a oopy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Stephen F. Kesslei. 22un Weal Flagler
St., Miami. Florida, and file the or-
iginal Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Qlexk of the Circuit Court
on or before the "id day of October.
1952. If you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of September,
A.D. I9T.2.
E. II. LEATIIERMAX,
Ci.rk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152832
Jo Anne Stafford, Plaintiff
vs.
Edward Mil hai l Stafford
c/o Pat. i son City Jail
Peterson, New Jersey, Defendant
TO: Edward Michael Stafford
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
..f Complaint tor Divorce has been
filed agalnal you, and you are re-
quli .I to tene .. copy f jour Ans-
wer or Pleading to the BUI of com-
plaint on the plaintiff Attorney,
Bti phen !'. Kessler, 2200 west Flagler
Street, Miami. Florid:,, and file I
or Pleading In the
..fli. e of the Clerk of the Circuit
curt on or before the 3rd day of Oc-
tober, 1952. if you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
I-loiida. this lth day ol September,
A.D. 1962.
E U LEATIIERMAX,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Pad- County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
: 5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 21659
in Re: ESTATE OF
ROY c. STONE, Deceased
To All Gcedltqr, and All Persona H
lng Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Y'ou. and each of you. are hereby
notified ami required to present any
I..ims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have again-: tin-
.state ot KOY C. STONE, deceased
Jate of Dole County, Florida, ii the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON ."'I
FRANK B. DOWL1NG, County Judgi -
of Hade County, and file the same
in their office In the County Court-
house in Pa.le County, Florida?, with-
in ebjrht calendar months from thtr
dale Of the Hi si publication he
Said claims or demands to << tain
th jegal address of the claimant ind
to bo sworn to anil presented as i-
roraaakl, or same will be barred.
Date August 28, A.D. 1952.
STELLA ROLLING
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
.. JttiY c. stone. Deceai
CHARLES A. GOULD, JR.
Attornev for Administratrix
226 W, Flagler St.
9/5-12-19-28
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50993
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder of Lit
River Valley Drainage District Tax
Certificates numbered SO and 21.
dated the 29th day of May. A. D. 1950.
has tiled said certificates in my of-
fice, and has made application tor
tax deed to issue thereon in accord-
ance with law-. Said certificates em-
brace the following described proper-
ty, situated ill Dade County, State of
Florida, to wit:
Lot 9, Block .1. Pinewood Park, A
Sub, Plat Book (i, Page 42, In the
Vountv of Dade. State of Fio'.wa.
a- embraced In Certificate No 10
The asaeaamenl of said prop, rt
under the said certificate is-
wai in the name of H. It. T.
Lot 21,.Plock 2. West Little I:
Trad No. 2, A Sub., Plat i
21. Page v in the County of Da
State of Florida, as .inl.ia'
Certificate No. 121. The ass. -
in. nt of aaid property undel
said cei till, ate Issued was in the
name of Edwin A. Granath.
I'nless said certificates shall I re-
deemed according to law, tas
thereon on the 24th d
: -. tember, A. D. 1952.
Dated this 19th day of Angus:. A : >.
E. H. LEATHEAMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Florl
||| CoOrl Seal I
B] N C,
Deputy
: 5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152517
ELI H. c.l'ILP, Plaintiff,
vs.
AGNES GUILD, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Y'ou, AGNES GUILD, 277 Eastern
Parkway, Brooklyn 16, Xew York, are
hereb) notified thai a Hill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed a-
K.iinst you, and you are required to
Serve I Copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney. Harold Shapiro.
27 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
j.i.i, and file the original Answer or
l'leadlng in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 24th dav of September, 19.VJ If
you fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
'' DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 25th day of August.
E. P. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By O. B. UARDIE. .,
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23597
RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES FELDMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge aa Executor of the
estate of CHARLES FELDMAN, de-
ceased; and that on the 30th day of
September, 1952. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executor of the
Estate of CHARLES FELDMAN, de-
ceased.
This 22nd day of August. 197,2.
/s/ LEON KAPLAN,
as Executor of the Estate of
CHARLES FELDMAN,
Deceased
MYERS. IIEIMAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
'..'" Scybold Bldg..
Miami, Fla.
8/29 9/9-12-lt
STERRE1 .
Clerk
S 22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engag In
business under the fictitious nan.- ol
HOME OWNER'S SURVEY, at 2590
Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables,
Intends to register said name with th-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Counlv. Florida.
HERBERT NEILINOER
Sole owner
MILTON MAMBER
Attorney for Applicant
1 Uru-oln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Fla.
8/22-29 9/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AKRON FOAM RUBBER I'ROIUVTS
CO,, at 5512 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Mi-
ami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade
County, Florida.
MR IRVING KELTON
' (sole 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 of
I'Al'H FASHIONS, at 27". X. E. 4th
St.. Miami. Fin., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
IAI.I.INE M1LERAT
STANLEY M. PREP
Attorney for Applicant
SI 4 Scvbold Building
S/29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,> undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PALM COURT BEAUTY SALON, at
.111 23rd St.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT 11 WAXLER
MYERS. HE1.MAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
Si ybold Bhlg.
8 42-29 9'*-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50990
Notice is hereby given that Xi.lli.ii-
iel W Siegcl. holder of City of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 1916.
dated the 5th .lay of June, A. D
1JS0, has filed said Certificate In my
office, and has made application ''<
tax decI t" issue til. icon III .. !'!-
an.-e with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County. Ftor-
''wlrWi:. BJOCk 17. Alice B.
win Et Al Subdivision Amen i 1.
Flat Book B. Page >7. In the ; By
of Miami County of Dade. State
of Florida. .,,,
The assessment of said prope-ty
under the Certificate issued was Pi
the name of Unknown. 1 nlejs said
Certificate shall be redeemed a< -
ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 24th day of September, A. O.
{feted this 20th day of August. A. D.
1951 E B, LEATHKKMAN.
Clerk of ClrcSit Com:.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) STFRRKT1,
"Deputy Clerk
S/22-29 9/5-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tha Jewish Floridicm ao-
flcte your lerjnl notice)*.
W appreciate) your
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Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN lirBwiisltUBliDipidliiauo MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1952 SEC. B Vice President Barkley Heads List Of WM^^^SaSeS&s Speakers For Holiday Israel Bond Tours I man in question did not speak for publication, I am not at lib, V ., divulge his identity. Since Ihen I delyed further into the matnd discovered that an equally prominent Jewish defense organj ? w a S in possession of evidence which not only substantiates I facts I originally cited but which paints the picture in even leer co i 0 rs. If this is true we have the amaiir.g cast* of one agenl" denying the seriousness of the situation in Costa Rica and anher suppressing the facts from the American Jewish public. I have rt intention of probing for the motives behind this strange nent, but the fact remains that the Jewish situation in NEW YORK—Vice President Alben W. Barklev heads a long list of notable Americans who will visit Synagogues during the High Holy Days to present facts about the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. The Congregations thev visit will be among > the many hundreds throughout the country which are planning to devote a portion of their High • n k „ is quite precarious. Despite recent sweet words by high sta Rican government officials, the Junta Patriotica, the black i A behind the anti-Jewish campaign, continues to terrorize the %  wish population. In fact the 300 Jewish families in Costa Rica are Iw living under a cloud of fear that the approaching High Holy kv season may usher in violent terrorism. irrFTS • • Is religiosity a 100 per cent or a 40 per cent phenomenon among toerican Jews? According to the American Jewish Year Book of %  51 only 1.735.000 American-Jews, or forty per cent of the total |w:'sh population, was reported to have either full or partial assoLticm with Synagogue life. But according to a recent survey by Ir Christian friends, Jewish Temples and Synagogues are said to lint a mi mbership of some five million. There is no way of deterbr.ing thi accuracy of the Year Book's figures, but the church C V ey is ertainly ludicrous, unless it is based on the strange thesis Lt all Jews automatically become members of the Synagogue on I, ir birth Governor Adlai Stevenson is honorary chairman of le Illinois Committee for Israel Bond* Since the end of World far II. some four hundred Austrian Jews who became converted to r.ristianity returned to their fold and faith. The corresponding .iod also yielded converts The banished King Farouk of typt who gave shelter to the bloody Mufti, Hitler's closest pal, [now being pictured by the Egyptian press as a great friend of \\\s Cairo press stories accuse Farouk of having been under the fcuenci of a number of "court Jews" including Egypt's Chief febbi Dr. Nuhum Effendi. The extent to which Jew-haters will go [simply amazing Greetings to the most recent addition to the nelo-Jewish press. Only this time it is an Irish baby, the Jewish arch of Dublin, a monthly Naii barbarity has no limit. Refntly a neo-Naii newspaper in Westphalia had the impudence to large that the "stories" about the slaying of six million Jews were fabrications." The fUthsheet told its readers that the crematoriums U gas chambers in which the Jews were smothered were conducted after th* war as a propaganda device aimed at stamping Nazis as barbarians before the world ... A necent Israel item herved more attention than it did. We have in mind Premier David Eil-Gurion's slap against the snobbish attitude among some elehnti of the populace toward the Oriental Jews of the country, here is no room for "skin" discrimination in Israel and the sooner is weeded out.it will be healthier for the country There will no tears shedT>ver Rankin's departure from the halls of Conress. What is amazing is that the gentlemen of Congress over the crs permitted that bigot to soil the Congressional Record with his ling |>n'k Exemption From Property Tax JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Emanuel Neumann, head of the vish Agency's economic department, urged Finance Minister Levi jshkol this week to exempt foreign investors in Israel from the ropertv tax law, a draft of which has been submitted to the Knes_t Heading a delegation of the Foreign Investors Association, Dr. Ntnann ba.rJ his objections on the promise to exempt new enterrises in their first five years of operation. Holy Day services to obtaining subscriptions for Israel Bonds. Bonds during the High Holy Day services is being supported by Among the many other promichief Rafcbi Isaac Halevi Herzog. ; nent speakers who will partici-i o f Israel 6S wel1 as other out pate in the Israel Bond effort in | standing religious leaders in Synagogues throughout the coun-1 America and Israel, try are Oscar Chapman, United The Rabbinical Council of States Secretary of the Interior; l America, the Rabbinical Alliance Leon Keyserling, chairman of the | of America, the Mizrachi OrganCouncil of Economic Advisers; former Ambassador to Israel James G. McDonald; Congressman Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.; Congressman Emanuel Celler: Hartley Crum, noted statesman and humanitarian; Maurice Samuel, famous author; and Dr. Frank Kingdom, well-known writer and radio commentator. Special arrangements are being ization of America and the Hapoel Hamizrachi are among the \ groups which have urged all their i members to participate in High Holy Day Israel Bond programs. ] This week the National Council of Young Isra. 1 urged similar participation upon all its affiliated Congregations. Israel Bond activities on the High Holy Days will constitute made so that members of Congrethe first major effort of the Fall, gations can make their commit! 1952, phase of the Israel Bond ments to purchase Israel Bonds drive. Bond Drive leaders anticiwithout violating traditional inj pate a record result from this injunctions against writing dn the tensive campaign which is reportHoly Days. The special effort to edly enlisting wide support obtain subscriptions to Israel throughout the country. %  Symphony Ticket Sales Advance Season ticket sales for the 1952-53 University of Miami Symphony Orchestra series of nine concerts is one-third above that of last year at this time. Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager, announced early this week. Two-thirds of the seats for the Monday evenino series at Dade Ccunty Auditorium, have alreadv been subscribed, Mrs. Wipe said. The Sunday evening series, at Miami Beach Auditorlir, i? now 400 subscriptions ar.cad of last year. There is every indication that the entire sale, for both Auditoriums, will come close to 4.500 subscriptions, as compared to 3.500 of last year. The downtown ticket office, at 228 SE 1st Street, will open for the sale of Symphony subscriptions on September 15th. Subscriptions will also be on sale at both Auditoriums, Amidon's Music Store, in Coral Gables, and The Bookworm, on Coral Way. The Orchestra, of 100 membership, will again be under the conductorship of John Bitter, with the following soloists: Rudolph Firkusny, Helen Traubel, Nathan Milstein, Jan Peerce, Guiomar Novaes, Vronsky and Babin. Bidu Sayao, Jorge Bolet, Isaac Stern and Jean Bedetti. THE SEAL WHICH MEANS KOSHER f }'nm B nth Women Meet The Miami Beach Chapter, J'nai B'rith Women, held their |rst Board meeting of the season Bterday at the Atlantic Towers lotel. The Board and chairmen pre guests of the president, Mrs. len Lebow, Miami HuKiness flailassali Meets Monday Evening Miami Business and ProfcssionHadassah will meet on Monf v evening, September 15th, 8:30 >m.. at the Miami Jewish Comfur.ity 'enter, announced Stella [The Group will also sponsor p Annual picnic on Sunday purning. September 14th, 11 a.m., J Crandon Park, Pit No. 1, acP'aing to Fannie Levitt, chairfiWli David 4'lussvs Open Formal classes in Hebrew School at the Beth David Syn| agogue commenced on Monday, September 8th, it was announced early this week by Jerome B. Gordon, education director. Registration for the Daily Nursery and Kindergarten School will re-open on Suncay morning, 10 a.m., to 12 noon, according to Gordon, and continue throughout the week. Sunday School registration, he added, will be held at the same time. Men's Clubs To Meet The Men's Club of the North Dade Jewish Center will meet at the Center on Tuesday evening, September 16th, 8 p.m. The Bowling Teams of the Men's Club meet Thursday evenings at 8 p.m., with Herbert Marrow in charge of information. k OJEl THt DELICIOUS KOSHEI GELATIN DESSERT r """I by tun „ „ (sMfeiatli** .ilk %  m si fraiH sat tonic, aste "tt-*M. fa, **,„-*_* •I RABBI L SELTZER .lASMEftty [.STKAWUnt '.cHfttr .GKAH .HAorafiir .umoH MYXOAtetor •rwrt k UiM Wm The on the front of the label of Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans is the official seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. It's your guarantee that your "flavorite" ovenbaked beans are Kosher and pareve .... strictly vegetarian! A delightful dish for either meat or dairy meals! A "meichel"! HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS



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MDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1952 'lewis*IhrHiir PAGF7 B I leach Israel Zionist District .leets Monday [" %  The first meeting of the-oard i nirectors of the Miami Bealch krael Zionist District will meqt Mondav evening, September th 8 p m., at the penthouse of r ed Jonas in the Shore Club tntel a>t<:idiruj to a statement If Dr. Louis G. Lytton, presi|cni Kenneth Oka, chairman of the fcoard, will preside and Seymour Liebman, associate chairman, r a report or. the proleedmgof the Extraordinary inference of the National Administration Committee of the fionist Organization of America, |eld in Nav York last August Fred J; ruis, membership chair|r.:in. will outline plans for an %  nteiisivi •nembership campaign %  or the .' :ning year, while Alex Can Straat n, treasurer, will distils planto meet the District's fcuo'.a foi the American Zionist fund. [ Other committee chairmen will Lake rep rts for the various Zitm.-t activities on the American icere. as w ell as for Israel. ioy Elkins Opens Health : ood Store in Miami Ri.v F:iK:ns. formerly associated ivit Paul Bragg and Gaylord Benjan:.r Hauser, has opened his em, iir conditioned Health t 107 NE 2nd Street, H Elkm -idled author and lecI alizes in salt free, low E caloric albrgy foods, ivegetables and I. Letters To The Editor (Editofi$ffljU( Below are published more of the many letters reaching trie office oj The Jewish Tloridian, in which are offered suggestions for a title to a work currently being prepared for publication by columnist H a r r j S'.i.ic.h ff. Mr. Simonhoff s weekly article, I'll Say, has been temporarily suspended. He