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The Jewish Floridian
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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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ihJIiewiislh-IEIliDipidliiaup
Number 39
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
DL, AJC Walkout Told Officially
b Jewish Question
sked
NEW YORK. (JTA)Eight national Jewish agencies issued a
tatemmt late last week announcing receipt of assurances from the
tate Department that "existing State Department policy does not
Ljuire questioning of applicants for visas as to whether they are
lewish" and that "where consular officials inquire if applicants
re Jewish, thev do so without
uthontv and in violation of State
Reject National Community Relations Advisory
Council As Regulatory Body With Compulsory Power
Department policy
The State Department has
asked, according to the state-
nent. that all such violations
irhich come to our attention be
galled to the attention of the de-
partment so that they may be
promptly corrected."
The statement was based on a
Icommunication from Herve J.
jHeureux. chief of the Visa Di-
vision, who said that application
forms under the McCarran-Walter
Immigration Act will not contain
|a list of races and ethnic classi-
fications and that it will be left
Ito each individual applicant to
state what he considers to be his
Irace and ethnic classification in
the blank space provided for that
|purpose.
Groups To Confer
The eight organizations the
(American Jewish Congress, He-
brew Immigrant Aid Society,
Ijewish Labor Committee, Jewish
NEW YORK (JTA) The American Jewish Committee and
the B'nai B'nth, parent body of the Anti-Defamation League, late
Monday night officially announced their withdrawal from the Na-
tional Community Relations Advisory Council. Their action fol-
lowed adoption by the national plenary conference of the NCRAC
earlier this month of a plan for reorganization of work in the com-
munity relations field. Both or-
suls "to ascertain whether or not
visa applicants are of 'Jewish' or
'Hebrew' origin" and declared
that under current instructions
"no alien is to be asked whether
he belongs to any particular
race." It is, he said, up to each
alien to "state in his visa applica-
tion the race to which he consid-
ers himself to belong."
No instructions have been sent
to the Foreign Service concerning
race and ethnic classifications un-
der the Immigration and Nation-
ality Act, and none are contem-
plated "until after lists, being pre-
pared by the Bureau of the Budg-
et Sub-committee have been ap-
proved by the Immigration Sub-
Committee of Congress," he de:
clared.
Cellar Attached
Previously, Chairman Emanuel
Celler, of the House Judiciary
Committee, had charged in a let-
ter to Secretary of State Dean
Acheson that the Department had
ganizations had strenuously op-
posed the plan, adoption of which
was inspired by the MacIVer Re-
port on Jewish community re-
lations.
Jacob Blaustein, president of
the American Jewish Committee,
and Frank Goldman, president of
B'nai B'ritn, made the formal
statements announcing secession
by their organizations from the
eight-year-old agency.
Mr. Blaustein declared that
"the fundamental basis for the
American Jewish Committee's
withdrawal from the NCRAC is
our rejection of a regulatory body
with compulsory powers to which
national agencies are subordin-
ated. No central body," he as-
serted, "can presume to have a
mandate to speak as the 'official'
voice of American Jewry."
founding principles, yield its au-
tonomy, ignore its responsibilities
to its members and jeopardize
the methods of combatting anti-
Semitism and all forms of preju-
dice and discrimination which we
have laboriously evolved through
nearly 50 years of experience."
Mr. Goldman, in his statement,
charged that the reorganization
plan "holds out the prospect of
fragmenliziag"agencies with the
longest and greatest record of
service." He said it would
"throttle voluntarism and injur-
iously dismantle the defense
structure." The B'nai B'rith's ex-
ecutive committee voted the ac-
tion unanimously, it wag an-
nounced.
Mr. Goldman warned that "to
accept the terms of dismember-
ment and control would debase
the ideals of freedom and volun-
tarism which we hold dear. We
are certain that as an inevitable
consequence of such acceptance,
the Jewish community of Amer-
ica would suffer grieviously. We
are convinced that the fight a-
gainst anti-Semitism, which is of
transcendant importance, would
be weakened irreparably."
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Urges American Jewry's
Support Of UJA Cash Drive
NEW YORK, (JTA)The United Jewish Appeal this week
burg announced that 1,500 local community campaign would par-
ticipate in the special drive of which Jack D. Weiler of New York
is special chairman. He pointed
adopted at the Atlantic City ses
sion of the NCRAC "purported to
be a compromise but was no
compromise because it advanced
the same proposition for central-
War Veterans, National Council of' provided "art unwarranted inter- ^^ COntroi which we had been
wuh Minmon linitirf Service preUUon of the McCarran-wai- otpnHfistlv reiertine The essence
Ijewish Women. United Service
for New Americans, Union of
American Hebrew.vCongregatiao*. to -a letter from Acting-Assistant
[and the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council an-
nounced that a committee repre-
senting them would "confer with
appropriate government officials
to insure that the new regulations
and instructions now being
drafted will in no way require
applicants to give information
which may facilitate religious dis-
crimination."
In his letter. Mr. L'Heureux
denied that his division had is-
sued instructions requiring con-
Palestine Issue
On UN Agenda
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)
When the General Assembly of
the United Nations meets here
next month it will again grapple
with the Palestine problem, an
issue that had not been expected
to be on the agenda of the As-
sembly's current" session.
But it was reported here late
last week that when the six Arab
member states submitted a re-
quest that the General Assembly
examine the work of the Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission, Is-
pretation'
ter Immigration Act. He
referred
Secretary of State Ben H. Brown,
Jr., to Representative Frances
Bolton which said that each alien
shall "be required to state his eth-
classification" in accordance
nic
(Continued on Page 10 A)
steadfastly rejecting. The essence
of that resolution would be to
prevent American Jews from
having the determining voice ov-
er the policies and purposes of
the organizations of their choice."
Fragmentize Agencies
To accept this, he said, "would
have committed the American
Jewish Committee to abandon its
Arab League Affirms Anti-Israel Stand;
Recommends Boycott Of Regional Meet
LONDON (JTA) The Palestine question, and particularly the
fate of the Arab refugees, continued this week to occupy the atten-
tion of tne Arab League Council meeting in Cairo.
The Times of London reported from the Egyptian capital that
the League continued to maintain its
that its decision' that the Foreign
Ministers should head the Arab
delegations to the United Nations
was activated by the desire to
maintain the campaign against
Israel. The League's political
committee has recommended that
unofficial Arab bodies, as well as
official organs, should boycott all
regional organizations or confer-
ences in which Israel participates.
The committee will recommend
that the Palestine Arab refugees
be given employment in any
resistance" to Israel. It added
reel's chief delegate Abba S. Eban [country in which they choose to
countered with a proposal calling settle and that the Arab states
Bavarian Group
Calls For Inquiry
out that formation, of a national
cash cabinet of UJA, for the first
time in the agency's history, at-
tested to the seriousness of the
current- financial crisis in Is-
rael.
American Jews were urged this
week by Israel Premier David
Ben-Gurion to give their fullest
support to the UJA cash cam-
paign. He cabled that there has
never been a "more crucial mo-
ment" in Israel's history and that
his country "needs the free gift
dollars that come through the
United Jewish Appeal" if it is to
maintain its steady progress to-
ward economic stability.
"Never since Israel's war of In-
dependence," the Premier de-
clared, "has the significance of a
United Jewish Appeal special
cash campaign been as great as
at this moment" He said that the
UJA "has been and continues to
be a most vital part of the four-
point program of economic aid to
Israel."
Mr. Ben-Gurion, who recently
conferred in Jerusalem with Mr.
Weiler to acquaint him wltn *s"
rael's present difficulties prepar-
atory to the latter's assumption of
the direction of the special drive,
gave a three-point summary of
the-net* state's Immediate need
for UJA assistance. The Premier
cited Israel's acute need for the
mass construction of new hous-
ing, it's requirements for a sharp
increase in agricultural produc-
tion and its need for swift de-
velopment of the rich natural re-
sources recently discovered in the
Negey desert.
Mr. Warburg and Mr. Weiler,
in communicating the Israel
Premier's message to the cam-
paign leaders of the 1,500 com-
munities that will participate in
the nationwide drive, declared
that "every American Jew who
has helped to make possible
framework of a modern, free so-
ciety must resolve during the ob-
servance of the-High Holy Days
that this support shall be con-
tinued and increased. Mr. Ben-
Gurion and the men and women
of Israel are doing the work,"
they declared. "But we must pro-
vide the means."
foe a full and balanced discussion,
including charges of "violation by
the Arab states of their obliga-
should pool financial aid to sup-
plement UN assistance for 1
refugees, the Times reports.
[t
tions under the Charter, United.I adds that while the Arab League
will continue to insist upon im-
plementation of UN resolutions
on the right of the refugees to re-
turn to their former homes, it has
begun to treat the refugee issue
"more realistically." There is an
"implied ricoamtion that a refu-
gee will not be able to return to
IsraeJ." it says.
Nations resolutions and specific
provisions of the general armis-
tice agreements concluded with
Israel, requiring them to desist
from policies and practices of hos-
tility ;ind to seek agreement by
negotiation for the establishment
"f peacelul relations with Is-
rael "
Tin Arab document cautioned
against the "illusion" that Pales-
|'ne problem had been settled.
U also lashed out against what
a called the policy of "condone-
ment or indifference" toward Is-
fafIs "arrogant defiance of the
mterruitional organization t o
which it owes its existence."
Countering the Arab statement.
MUNICH (JTA) The Asso-
ciation for Freedom and Justice
of Bavaria last week demanded
an immediate government inves-
tigation into the background and
conduct of the trial of the late
Philip Auerbach, one-time head
of the Bavarian State Restitution
Office, on charges of fraud in of-
f'CAuerbach was convicted by a! late Lait week when two religious par
fiv-man court three of whose 1 Israel and Agudath
=Fr sr ss&a i vL^!nxs^'anrL*emm
last month, he committed sui- I Bloc, since both Mizrachi and the
cide.
Ben-Gurion Government Faces Crisis As
Religious Parties Leave The Coalition
JERUSALEM (WNS)The brewing political crisis within the
Ben-Gurion Government over the religious issue came to a head
loto i=c. uHMtk when two religious parties in the coalition, Agudatn
Israel Workers, quit the government on the
League of
Moscow Jews
Shun Israelite*
TEL AVIV (WNS) "Every-
' where in Moscow, on the streets
and at receptions, we saw Jews
and sensed that they regarded us
... with yearning eyes, full of love
Mr. Eban accused the Arabs of and pride, but they desisted from
having refused to settle any out- talking to any o| us, it was ae-
clared here bv A. Ben-Zvi man-
ager of the Israel Volley Team,
who recently returned from Sov-
iet Russia. .
It was evident; Ben-Zvi assert-
ed, that Moscow's Jews fear
talking to people-, from abroad,
landing questions by negotiation
and opposing every attempt at
agreement or even contact" and
ILk tvlng put out a-document
wnicn, he said., was designed to
increase tention at a time when
?k ,.was some suht chance for
the allevation of the situation.
The Axis Victims
New York and the New
Committee for Fair Play in the
Auerbach Case have asked the
Bavarian Ministry of Justice to
take disciplinary action against
the presiding judge in the Auer-
bach trial because he had stated
that "Rabbi Ohrenstein and Auer-
bach had not said the full truth
for religious and ethnic reasons."
Tlie Ministry was also urged in
the future not to use judges with
Nazi records in trials involving
Jews.
Meanwhile, Joseph Klibansky.
chief defense counsel for Auer-
Mizrachi Workers Parties refus-
ed to follow suit and leave the
York government. The defection has
' deprived the coalition govern-
ment of a majority in Parliament.
Should the seceding parties align
themselves with the opposition
parties in the Knesset. Parlia-
ment would be divided 60-60 be-
tween coalition and opposition
members.
The two parties that quit hid
two representatives in the Ben-
Gurion Cabinet. Minister of Wel-
fare Rabbi L Lewin and Deputy
Education Minister Rabbi Kal-
man Kahane.
Although the crisis was believ-
bach, said here that he welcomed ; ed to have chiefly resulted from
contempt proceedings ordered a- j Premier Ben-Gunon s determina-
eainst him bv the Bavarian Min- ;tion to conscript orthodox women
educational system. In addition,
the situation was aggravated by
the Premier's refusal to permit
the Agudah to conduct separate
fund raising activities abroad.
A behind-the-scene effort to
reach a compromise was nullified
when extreme party elements,
taking their cue from the London
Agudist movement, refused to
consider anv possible concessions
short of their demands. The rea-
son why the other religious
groups did not follow, it is be-
lieved, was due to the fact that
they did not consider the con-
st-notion issue a real one, since
orthodox women were not in any
event being called for military
duties but merely assigned to
work in immigrant camps or in
particularly Jews."
orthodox settlements,
fstcy'of Justice.1, He said he would j for military service alongside the premjer Ben-Gurion was re-
thus be given an opportunity to rest of the young womanhood ot : ported hopeful of patching up the
show the "real background of the |me country, one of the contribut- j differences with the two parties.
Auerbach trial" ard make known | factors was the question of j Otherwise he may have to turn
*IJTnn^he^ormer*need" oCf the the place of religion under the j to the General Zionists and the
Banian ResSE Orfi I government's proposed unified I Progressives.'


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1|p.v fiFPrEMBEH 26, 1952
*Jewist Fk>ridUaun
PAGE 3 A
luring The Week ...as i i.
By LEO MINDLIN
,. night, I was present at a well-attended forum in the
,,,(!, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center,
f Arthur D. Matthews, of the English Department, Univer-
,\ijami, discussed John Hersey's novel, The Wall.
The entire affair proved to be a revelatory experience on two
unls For one thing. Professor Matthews approached tl.e Her-
fCC0UQvel from a rather unusual point of view. Generally regard-
IjY "' a work memorialising the heroic Jewish stand against the
fc ?3Uqht of the Nazi beast in the Warsaw Ghetto, it was analyzed
Pns, in terms of the author's subconscious anti-Semitism, at
-, and as an aspect of blatant Jew-hatred, at worst,
lion significant, however, was the response with which Pro-
Matthews met following the conclusion of his talk. He was
Jacked by several members of the audience in as vicious a manner
ever I have seen. Far from casting doubt either on the compe-
,i his lecturing ability or on the profundity of his scholar-
r lh, attack ralher amplified a bizarre sort of Jewish sensibility
is eenerallv considered to be non-existent.
*
Miami, Beach Groups
To Install Officers
Members of the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach Divisions of the Great-
er Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, will hold
a joint luncheon meeting on
Wednesday, Octobers 1st, 12:30
p.m., at trie Delano Hotel.
Installation of officers of both
Divisions will take place dt that
time. The program. The Candi-
dates Meet The People, will pre-
sent information on the Repub-
lican and Democratic views on
issues in the present political
campaign.
Shown above is an Israel worker spraying a radio cabinet at the
Ben Gal Radio factory in Jaffa. Israel's first radio factory. Ben
Gal is growing so rapidly that it will soon occupy a new building
near Tel Ariv.
Giblin Opposes
Supreme Court
Packing Plan
Strong opposition was express-
ed here early this week by Cir-
cuit Judge Vincent C Giblin to
Sclerosis Uroup
Meets Twice
A program meeting of the Mi-
ami Multiple Sclerosis Associa-
tion Auxiliary was held early
this week at the home of Jeanne
Stiebel, 2191 SW 19th Terrace.
Members of the committee are:
the' proposed amendment to in-I Jeanne Stiebel, chairman, Lillian
Novikoff, Lillian Machtey, Car-
olyn Moore, Jerry Wytias, Irene
Silver, Betty Opperman, Mary
new Su-
j WALL: IN MEMORIAM
No less a reputable critic than David Daiches hailed the appear-
ing' oi the Hersey novel as a worthy monument to the spirit of
[wish resistance. At a time when nothing but the degrading mem-
oi submission before Nazi atrocity was left to ponder, Daiches
w The Wall as a garland on the Ghetto war which brought some
hiasure of destruction to the Germans then engaged in the early,
Lmphant stages of their Lcbensraum program.
There were other critics who regarded Hersey's work in a
Limilar manner. They spoke gleefully of Jewish moral indignation
hat had at long last expressed itself visibly and that served as
he first buttress against illicit Semitic slaughter. I single out
Daiches especially for hit eminence and acumen, as well as for
.. fact that, son of Scotland's Chief Rabbi, he is alto active in
5'he forefront of contemporary Jewish philosophic opinion.
It |- not beyond the realm of possibility that Daiches' spiritual.
|en"f cation with the events depicted in The Wall blinded his crit- "ease the For.da Supreme Court
Kight and made him immune to alternative, equally valid in- '">m seven to ten Justices.
lrirc\-!c>ns ol the work such as those expressed by Professor "What we need is more and
f ,t v. Certainly, it is true that World Jewry has been starved better work not more JusUces,
creative art in which it plays a major role. Extant, modern S^oes'tfore^he'vote^Tf
jvels portraying Jews as significant characters in the larger fabric Floridas in special democratic
their design employ them as symbols of the exile who, by virtue primary on October 14th. On that
Iheir peculiar history, have been unable to attain an accepted ^aie there is to be a
i-.;. in the social milieu.
Thus. Daiches. along with his co-religionists, seized upon the
iersey novel and regarded it as a vehicle for the Jew as hero.
Sesking in the image of an awakened desire for self-determination,
lauded The Wall for its realistic recording of the first Jewish,
oncer: ?d effort to oppose tyranny. He made much of a tenuous
distinction between Hersey's delineation of the vigorous Ghetto
ilave who would not submit without defending himself and other
heroes framed in the stereotype of the Jewish milquetoast.
It must be remembered, however, that literary criticism re-
lures rigid objective method. Those, who like Daiches saw The
Vail in its most sublime aspect, did not attain such a degree of im-
prtiality.
IE WALL AS ANTI-SEMITISM
P lessor Matthews had no quarrel with the heroic nature of
tto resistance. Indeed, he began with the supposition that
h -land was replete with historical and spiritual signifi-
knee worthy of an epic poem. Like other critics, he also empha-
ized t i value of moral indignation practically expressed.
Bui unlike them. Professor Matthews did not confuse the ex-
[perience of history with its artistic re-creation. He saw no neces-
Isary connection between the exalted Ghetto war and Hersey's
Iportrayal of it in The Wall; the novel's subject matter for him did
[not guarantee the work, at large, as a successful expression of it.
[Contrarily. Professor Matthews attempted to show The Wall as
[*n example of subtle anti-Semitic literature. This, suparficially.
jis certainly an astounding approach. Yet. the salient points he
[chose lo underscore his thesis are beyond argument.
N matter what intellectual level of accomplishment a baiter
Ittains. the method he employs revolves around specific, elemental
inciples. Manifestations of them find their differences only in
I Most often, the anti-Semite accuses the Jew of cowardice
knd isolationism. More recently, he has taken to regard him as an
kvid nationalist. The alleged characteristic of cowardice is either
Ihysical or moral. In either case, it is implied that the Jew shuns COurt increase, his supporters m-
M* uch prefers to have others do his work for him and will not I dicated h*^ this^week.
Mane i.p before any sort of attack.
The charge of isolationism is an aspect of spiritual and in-
tellectual superiority and the belief that Jews are inbred. Assim-
ilationists generally adhere to this theory while secretly apologiz-
ing for their anti-Semitism. The problem of nationalism has
[arisen with the recent establishment of the State of Israel; all
--wish efforts to secure the tafety of their homeland in the face
i0' an antagonistic Moslem world are now called "nationalistic".
j No mention, of course, is made of the conflict in terms between
nationalism and isolationism and the virtual impossibility of being
[both at once.
Profesdbr Matthews showed these baiting attitudes as active
proponents of John Hersey's novel, The Wall. The cowardice was
Expressed in the Ghetto inhabitants' unwillingness to participate in
{he fighting and when practically vanquished by the Nazis, to act
as hostages. The virtues of assimilationism were extolled by the
hero in a moment of reverie, when he felt that, afterall, the grad-
ual effacement of the Jew by cultural diffusion would cause the
problem of anti-Semitism to disappear. While the subtle accusa-
lion ne -.:----f i _*!____U UAwav'a hulfl? ;(S a
Judge Vincent Giblin
preme Court Justice nominated
for the vacancy which occurred
as a result of the recent death
of Justice Roy Chapman.
Ellen Bergen and Sara Fagin.
A regular meeting of the Aux-
iliary followed on Wednesday at
the residence of Harry J. Miller,
789 NW 13th Avenue.
Tropical Lodge Has
Clean Up Time
Clean Up Hime, is the slogan
adopted by the Reactivation
Corps of Tropical Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, when workers call on de-
linquent members through Sun-
day, October 5th.
Max Breslow, heading a group
of key members, announced this
week his committee includes A.
Budd Cutler, Irwin Goldhoff and
Sam B. Berger, who will comb
the Miami Beach and Surfside
communities.
Sam Kessler, Leonard Lifshutz.
Dr. Lester Gordon and Frank
Zieve will be in charge of Miami
ar.d the Coral Gables area.
Zamora Center
Classes For twirls
Classes for girls have been in-
stituted at the Zamora Jewish
Center, according to an announce-
ment early this week.
The curriculum includes con-
versational Hebrew, explication
of customs and tradition and
preparation for Bas Mitzvah. The
Candidates Vie For
North Miami Posts
By last Tuesday evening, nine
persons in North Miami quali-
fied to become candidates for
positions on the City Council.
The contestants will vie for
three positions currently open.
Running for re-election are in-
cumbents John L. Ricciardelli and
William J. Ryan. Jack H. Keefe,
whose term is expiring, said ear-
ly Tuesday that he would not
seek another term.
Also seeking one of the three
available positions is North Mi-
ami Mayor Joseph E. Ludick,
since his office will be abolished
under the new form of govern-
ment.
Other candidates include Cur-
tiss B. Hamilton, Ward E. King,
James G. Miller, Fred Palmer,
Thomas Sasso and Walter J.
Smith. The election is scheduled
for October 14th.
SUCCOTH
FESTIVAL
Months before Justice Chap- classes meet on Wednesdays and
man's death and his own decis- I Thursdays, 4:30 p.m., and remain
ion to enter the Supreme Court
HIBISCUS LODGE
AUDITORIUM
Al!on Rd. at 10th St.
Guests of Honor
race, Judge Giblin spoke vigor-
ously, and on many public oc-
casions, against the proposed
n of nationalism became a prophetic one in Hersey's hands as a
'ef character Hiving th- enmmo nf militarism in a future Jewisn
'haracter divined the coming of militarism
phi
Mate.

SENSITIVITY AND AGGRESSION
One may or may not accept Professor Matthaws interpretation
The Wall. At times, I felt he applied motives to Hersey which
infused malicious intent with ignorance. In his proof that the
novel did little or no justice to the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto.
^ singled out as an example the author's application of the Golden
Rule to Christian philosophical thinking when it might have been
plearly traced further back to Jewish ethical writing.
Such expressions of seeming anti-Semitism can at *".'
regarded in the light of Hersey's intellectual shortcomings. Wnai
ever one', attitude, however, the response with which Professor
Matthews met following his lecture appeared inexcusable. wu
tions pertaining to his personal religious affiliation arose. He was
accused of spiritual non-identification by a host of |MPJy*g'
nted never having read The Walt It wat ^mi"* *** !l
haP he. rather than Hersey. regarded the Warsaw Battle in toss
Judge Giblin, they said, is tak-
ing his campaign directly to the
people and asking them to be-
come actively interested in ju-
dicial affairs in their state. He
points to "intolerable and costly
delays" in the courts, and be-
lieves that the Supreme Court
of Florida should become more
efficient.
His own record on the Circuit I tne book. The Road To Happiness
Court Bench in Dade County has And Health Through Vegetar-
become nationally known. Spok- I ianism. by Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
esmen for the Giblin campaign j M^mlw^n., leading vegetar-
pointed out that every court ac- ^ author and founder of the
tion before the candidate has I Spinoza Outdoor Forum here, di-
heen concluded in 90 days or less,, vided his most recent work into
been conciuaea i u r concermng ltself
in session for one hour.
Students attending the newly
organized classes may also par-
ticipate in the Sunday sessions
concerned with arts, crafts and
drama which meet at 9:30 a.m.
Mrs. Rochelle Ross is in charge.
Translate Dr. Wolfson
Work Into Japanese
Announcement has been made
in Tokyo, Japan, that Dr. Sane-
hide Komaki, member of the fac-
ulty of the Kyoto Pharmaceutical
College, is currently translating
and this record has won him
widespread acclaim.
"It is .well known," a top sup-
porter said here, "that the so-
called little man, the litigant with I
three parts, each concerning
with aspects of mental, physical
and spiritual health.
Beth David Social
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
n extended Ij^^J^tS^S^
at 9 p.m. Mrs. Samuel Plotkin
is chairman, with Mrs. Murry
Kossman, assisting.
legal battles, benefits greatly
from the type of court proced-
ures instituted by Judge Giblin."
than heroic terms. ... ... .- --. _,.
This outburst emphasized for me Jewish sensitivity toward self-
analysis and the rapidity with which non-Jews become suspiciously
regarded when they enter into frank discussion of Jewish issues.
It seemed suddenly that Hersey's symbolic use of a wall as an ex-
pression of superiority and isolationism had some glimmering of
truth Professor Matthews' opinions were intrusive elements for
members of the audience, and the aggressive manner with which
they were met belied the traditional belief that Jews shun con-
flict as an inferior means of human inter-action and as unbecoming
their mission here on earth.
MOLLY PICON
The inimitable Staff* Screen
Radio and Television Star
For Ticket Information
Contact
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Committee
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vJenisfi Meridian
PAGE 5 A
ses P. EpttJin. national
chairman. Women's Division.
Slate of Israel Bonds Cam-
paign, will appesr at the Hi-
biscus Lodge Auditorium. Mi-
ami Beach, on Thursday even-
ing, October 9th. at a Sukkoth
Rally. Sharing honors with
Mrs. Epstein will be Molly Pic-
cn outstanding Jewish comed-
ienne. The guasts will be met
I the airport by representa-
tives of all Jewish Women s
Organizations here and escorted
to the auditorium by a huge
motorcade. Mrs. Epstein is also
scheduled to appear at a Great-
er Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Brunch on October 10th. at the
Casablanca Hotel.
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NEWSLETTER
By ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, I95t, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
UNITED NATIONS If only
because it is the foremost Arab
State, Egypt is recognized as a
key country, not only by the Is-
raelis who have realized for a
long time that whatever it did,
the rest of the Arab states would
follow suit, but by other diplo-
mats here. That is why the politi-
cal convulsions through which
Egypt has been going lately have
been followed with great interest
here.
'The "continuine Egyptian coup
d'etat," as one diplomat described
it, has not come as a surprise to
those who know the Middle East
here. General Naguib's seizure of
power was too great an upheaval
for him to expect to be able to
keep aloof from politics and leave
the scene after the corruption had
been cleaned up, as he said he
wanted to doif he really meant
that.
Ostensibly, the reason for his
taking over the premiership was
because he was not satisfied with
the way Aly Maher, the man he
had made premier, was carrying
out the land reforms. As often
happens, those who backed the
dictator in his original move,
forced him to take more extreme
measures; the young officers of
the Egyptian army were furious
with the delays in dividing up
the great estates and accused the
cautious Maher of deliberately
dragging his feet.
However, the interesting fact,
as iar as the diplomats here are
concerned, was that General Na-
guib apparently could not find
another politician of sufficient
caliber to carry out his orders as
premier and had to take the title
and the job himself. It is believ-
ed that the old line Egyptian poli-
ticians, who had been lying low
for some time after the military
coup d'etat and the king's exile,
were beginning to intrigue
against the dictator in an effort
to work their way back to power.
They may have been nationalist
in outlook, but they were never
interested in reforms, particularly
land reforms.
This may have accounted for
General Naguib's wholesale ar-
rest of Saadist and Wafd leaders
at the time he took over the
premiership. It is taken as a
move here not only to terrorize
opposition but to show that the
military is the master of Egypt
and that this is a military dicta-
torship. ,. ,
Although the Western diplo-
mats here bemoaned the fact that
General Naguib had no men of
experience in his cabinet, they
have now come around to the
view that his seizure of the prem-
iership may be all for the best
and may make it easier for Egypt
to join the Middle East Command.
At the same time, it is recog-
nized here, that the hot headed
young officers may force the
country into chaos by insisting
that the land reforms be carried
out immediately. Some of the
delegates are afraid that the
breaking up of the great estates
will bring about a catastrophic
fall in production and will weak-
en Egypt at a time when they
would like to see it a strong ally
of the Western Powers.
Despite the fact that he claimed
to know little about politics. Gen-
eral Naguib has recognized the
fact that he must have some back-
ing other than the army off,cei"s-
For this reason, it is felt here, he
has included for the first time in
any Egyptian cabinet, a member
of the fanatical Moslem Brother-
hood, an extremists religious and
nationalist group. .
The question that is being dis-
cussed here is whether the Mos-
lem Brotherhood would become
thT party supporting General Na-
Silb-jurt as the Falange became
the partv supporting General
Franco-or whether General Na-
guib was merely using it at the
moment and would "****
when it had served its purpose
Naturally, the Israeli diplomats
here are concerned at the rise oi
the Moslem Brotherhood to pow-
S* but they are more disturbed
by the situation generally as they
feel it shows "continued instabil-
ity" in Egypt which does not
augur well for a Palestine peace
settlement.
Members of the JewishMusic Council ot Gresiar Miami plan tor the observance of Jewish Music
Month here which will be celebrated January 31st to March 1st. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein. program co-chairman: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Jewish Music Council co-chairman:
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Judge Ted Nelson, secretary: Robert
Slrassburg. executive secretary: Cantor Samuel K:lemer, honorary chairman; Judge Kenneth Oka.
Jewish Music Council co-chairman; and Joseph Euniov, program co-chairman.___________________
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will conclude the Holy Day Ob-
Observance. Scheduled for 8:30
E.m., the affair will be chaired
y Phil Barocas and Mrs. Nor-
man Bergrin
Rabbi Harry Ettinger will con-
duct Friday evening services of
the North Dade Jewish Center
tonight at 8 p.m., with Cantor
Alexander Cohen and the Center
Choir assisting. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for
9 a.m. Yom Kippur will be ush-
ered in on Sunday evening, 6:15
p.m., with the chanting of Kol
Nidrei. Subject of a sermon to be
delivered by Rabbi Ettinger is
scheduled as: The Judgment.
Monday morning services will
be at 8 a.m., with Yizkor sched-
uled for 11 a.m. The sermon will
be: Redemption. Neila will con-
clude the Yom Kippur Observ-
ance.
Temple Beth Sholom will ob-
serve the Sabbath of Repentance
tonight at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
Leon Kronish discussing: Do Na-
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
, conduct Sabbath of Repentance
| services of Congregation Beth
filah tonight at 6 p.m. Saturday
j morning services are scheduled
I for 8:30 a.m., when he will view
i the Weekly Portion. Mincha will
jbe at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shal-
,os Seudos and Maariv.
A Selichoth service is sched-
uled for Sunday morning, 7 a.m.
Mincha will be from 12:30 p.m..
'to 4 p.m. Yom Kippur will b-
ushered in at 5.45 p.m., with the
chanting of Kol Nidrei. Rabb.
Rackovsky will discuss: Th" In-
fluence Of Kol Nidrei Night On
| The Year. Monday services are
1 at 7 a.m. Subject of the discourse
1 is scheduled as: Visiting Souls,
j Yizkor will be at 11 a.m. Neila
Ms at 5:30 p.m.
tions Also Repent? Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 10:45 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Rudolph, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alberte Kellerman, will
take place.
Yom Kippur will be ushered
in on Sunday evening at 7 p.m.
A second Kol Nitirei service will
be repeated at 9 p.m. Rabbi Kron-
ish is scheduled to discuss: Kol
Nidrei, The Synagogue And I.
Monday services will be at 10
a.m., with the sermon: Growing
Up As Jews. Yizkor will be at
3:30 p.m., when Rabbi Kronish
airs the topic: If At First You
Don't Succeed. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of all services. A special
children's service is scheduled for
Monday afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
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PAGE 7 A.
.nouncc Betrothal
,r Pout. Perry
L Sadie Pont of 2611 SW 5th
Lmie Miami, announces the
Cement of her daughter,
hel to Rene Perry, son of Mr.
la Mrs. I Porozowski, Paris,
Efwedding will take place on
LvembH- Kith at the Beth David
KJogue, with Rabbi Max Sha-
ko officiating.
iMiss Ponl is a past president
VihP Florida State Federation of
I". B'rith Women Chapters,
E? president of the Emma La-
Irus Chapter. Business and Pro-
L.onal Chapter of B'na. B'rith
Ed Dast vice chairman of the
Cater Miami Jewish Federation
Eve of the Young Adult Divi-
bn.
Iche is a graduate of the Miami
faior High School arid taught
Juiday School in Beth David,
Kit re she graduated as a teach-
l For the past year. Miss Pont
Li been living in New York, and
J on the staff of the National
loadcastine Company.
lMr. Perry received his educa-
Jon in Paris, France, where he
Iceived his degree as an Ap-
binted Agtnt in Foreign Trade
the French Government. He
|a Private Secretary at the
Thlais de LElysee under the
fesidemv of Albert Ltbrun. He
Afiss Ethel Pont
also served in the French Army
during World War II.
Currently, he is Import Traffic
Manager of Dorf International
Ltd.. Custom Brokers in New
York. He has been in this coun-
try five years.
The couple .will make their
home in New York.
Richard Steinberg
To Be Bar Mitzvah
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wally Steinberg, 1851 SW 14th
Street, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning, September
27th, 9 a.m., at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah attend? Shen-
andoah Junior High School,
where he is in the Eighth Grade.
He is also a violinist in the
school orchestra and an operator
in the Film Club.
At the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, the Bar Mitz-
vah is a Junior Rabbi. He will
conduct services tomorrow morn-
ing, read from the Scroll of Law
and address the Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
A Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony, with an Open House ten-
dered by the Steinbergs in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor taking place
from 4 to 9 p.m., in the after-
noon.
Grandparents are Mrs. Sonia
Steinbeig, Miami, and Mr,s. Ida
Shapiro, Englewood, New Jer-
sey.
Miss Rhena Jacobson
Jaoobson, Litt To
Wed .January ISth
The engagement of their
daughter, Rhena, to Bernard Litt
has been announced by the bride-
elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Jacobson, 1152 SW 23rd Av-
enue, Miami.
Miss Jacobson attended Miami
High School and the University
of Miami, where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Soror-
ity.
Mr. Litt graduated Irom -Von
Steuben High School, Chicago,
Illinois, and attended De Pauw
University and Columbia Col-
lege of Broadcasting.
The couple will wed January
18th. .
Adult Social Group
The Adult Social Group of the
Miami Branch, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, will
sponsor an Entertainment and
Dance tomorrow evening, Sep-
tember 27th, 9 p.m., on the Cen-
ter Patio.
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osition baby-iitting in S. W.
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A.bert H. Jeavons, Owner
Judy Shapiro, daughter of Rab-
bi and Mrs. David Shapiro. 1345
North Venetian Way. has re-
turned from a scholarship trip
to Israel awarded her by the
Zionist Youth Commission.
Miss Shapiro went to the new
state early this summer witn
a group of Young Jdeans
from every part of the United
States, where sh studied Jew-
ish history and participated in
the agricultural and cul.uxmi
activities of the kibbuix.________
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Mr. and Mrs. Jose Tenenbaum are spending their honeymoon at
the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach. The former Miss Estela Rapa-
port. of Mexico City, was a law student at the University of Mex-
ico when the bridegroom met her in the Deportivos Yisrosl Club.
The wedding took place at the Temple Nidjei on September 61h.
in the presence of 20 attendants and some 400 gu-asts. The couple
will make their home in Guatemala, where Mr. Tenenbaum is en-
gaged in the steal construction business.
Richard Steinberg
Israelite Center Meeting
The Israelite Center will hold
a regular meeting at the Center
on Tuesday, October 7th, 8:30
p.m. Hy Morris will preside.
Nominations lor officers will take
place.
Crippled Children
The Board of Directors of the
Crippled Children's Society open-
ed the new season at a meeting
early this week. In addition to
the adoption of the annual bud-
get', committees wre appointed
lor the coming year.
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grossberg. of Houston. Texas, announce-
the birth oi their son, Michael Lee, last September 7th.
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School is Saniord Kimball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimbal).
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Mrs. Molly Green, formerly of 1780 Marseille Drive, hat.
returned from a three-month vacation and is now at home a*
1561 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
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David Synagogue; Mayer Abram
owitz, of the North Shore .Jewish
Center; Joseph E. Rackovsky. o1
the Beth Tfilah Synagogue; Mos
es Mescheloff, of the Beth Jacob
Synagogue; and Rabbi E. Komin
itsky.
Rabbi Ettinger is the newly
appointed spiritual Jeader of th-
North Dade Jewish Center.
Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger
announce the birth of their sec-
ond son. Jacob Dovid, on Sep-
tember 15th.
The traditional Circumcision
Ceremony was held at their home
last Monday afternoon.
Members .of Greater Miami
Rabbinical Society who partici-
pated in the ceremony were Rab-
bis Max Shapiro, of the Beth
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Israel Bond organisation. Israel Ambassador Abba Eban poinlad
cut that Israel Bonds are contributing to the establishmen of
"harmonioos relations between the new democracy and its neigh-
bors in the M Kid to East. Prime Mir.u:.>r Daric Ber.-Guxioc. in a
specially fiiaaad talk, advised the delegates that the Israel Bond
li_* is playing a darkies role in proriding the raw materials
naeded 'to transform Israel s potential resources into actual as-
sets." Winding up lour days as deliberations, the Conference dale-
gates Totad unanimously to anroll an additional million Ameri-
cans as subscribers to the SSiO.tOO.0OC Israel Bond Issue.
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*Jewisli Flcrktinn
PAGE 9 A
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
tv,, crackpots who are immers-
1 i anti-Jewish, anti-Negro
Catholic activities are
,(l', tied a breed to hearken
, rebu:<.: Theirs is the sensit.y-
snake who knows only
'J 5n out poisonously until
%& is killed. If the Win-
bods
,' the Smiths and the rest
foul ilk possessed the
. ;;r:ary elements of decency
'" v JW devise other money-
,.l.k schemes than the hate-
hie I heve no intention of adding
D;':,i'. ; have alteady said in the
ht t the insatiable monsters
EhO are bent on ruining Atneri-
ci\ zation and translorming
bur ,. try into another Hiter-
However, a letter from a Cath-
nij,. priest to Gerald Winrod, not-
orious o.iest of hate, compels me
to retu t again to the repulsive
kubiecl Reverend Robert E. Car-
tJ | Philadelphia, a Catholic
Tfag, Esociated with the South
East Ca:nolic High School in the
ritv of rotherly love, recently re-
tlive( ne of the filth literature
I h Winrod is dunging the
mini: But instead of throwing
I into the wastebasket
belonged, our Catholic
friend '" Pcn a note of
l on. Mincing no words,
mt against the Jew
I | ti id rabble rousers, accus- ;
Ing of using racial and re-I
i is a means to self-
nt, There is such depth
Li (eeY.'g, eloquence and sincer-
,'v b letter, that it defies de-
scripl other than through re-
Here is the letter:
-In ay's mail I received from
L ,u: .ii some literature with
referi i to Communism and the
Ijewis! eople. After reading this
--have done nothing to promote
American ideas; rather, you are
working to tear down the bond of
brotherhood among our people.
You want to exploit differences in
religion, to use racial and relig-
ious hatred in order to rriake
money, by selling your grubby
little pamphlet and disgraceful
magazine.
"In this diabolical work, Sir,
I wish you all the failure in the
world. May God strike you with
His chastisement and bring your
efforts to set American against
American to a speedy and un-
glorious end. I suggest that you,
who profess to be a minister of
God (you are in fact nothing of
the sort), open your Bible and
read I John, beginning to end,
then kneel down and acknowl-
edge your sin and begin to live
like the Christian you pretend to
be."
This refreshing advice from a
man so deeply steeped in religion
cannot possibly move the deprav-
ed and despicable hate peddlers.
But its significance, we are sure,
will be appreciated by the mil-
lions of decent Americans of all
faiths and colors.
ZQI PICKS MDITIMAL COMMITTEE
NEW YORK (JTA> At its : eon session, voiced confidence
rw!??nhenV ,th%Extraord'nary I that all regional and district
Conference of the Zionist Organ- .. ..
ization of America approved the I workels throughout the country
establishment of the following ad- would respond wholeheartedly to
ditional committees and depart- | make possible for the organiza-
Veterans Invite
AJC, ADL Return
To NCRAC Group
NEW YORK (JTA) The Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, as a result of the
reorganization plan adopted at its
recent Atlantic City plenary con-
ference, "will emerge as a strong-
er and more effective organiza-
tion than it has been at any time
eoDle. After reading tnis "."*' "" ""..', "'."i r
rided to let you know since its formation," the Jewish
S I feel as a Catholic I War Veterans of America said in
a statement here.
Joseph F. Barr, of Washington,
who introduced the proposals
adopted by the session, declared
that "as proponents of the resolu-
tion adopted by the NCRAC, the
Jewish War Veterans advocated
that it be given a primary, rather
than an exclusive, responsibility
in the veterans area of the com-
munity relations field. As a mem-
ber agency of the NCRAC, we
stand ready to carry out such a
responsibility. We recognize that
the American Jewish Committee
and the Anti -Defamation League
are also active in this area.
"However, the precise meaning
of the resolution we sponsored at
have"worked alongside | Atlantic City was that we were
prepared to join with these two
organizations, as well as with
other national and local compo-
nents of an appropriate standing
committee of the NCRAC.
>ut Jew baiters and rab-
11 ;t- : ers like yourself.
"In first place the so-called
J*facts' your pamphlet entitled
[The 1 lip Dreay Case are not
facts El all but distortions and
Imissti w nents. I feel that you are
[fully : .are of this. As a gradu-
ate his' rian and the holder of a
ImasU: legree in U.S. history I
Iknow '"at your 'nonsense' about
Ithc T: nudic plot' to overthrow
[the government of this country is
[just, t put it succinctly, so much
[tripe The Jewish people have by
[their sweat and genius done a
Igreal tal to make our country
| the greet nation that it is.
"F: the beginning of our his-
tory tl
ICathoi and Protestants for the
[advancement of Americanism.
You. on the other hand, and oth-
ers of;. ur ilklike Gerald Smith,
ICharles roughlin and many more-
HEALTH
ments: Hebrew Language and
Culture. Israel Projects, Jewish
National Fund, Youth and Chal-
Utziut, United Jewish Appeal. Is-
rael Bonds, Education and Pro-
gram, World Zionist Affairs.
Announcing the program of the
newly-created Department for
Hebrew Language and Culture.
Rabbi Irving Miller, President,
stated that its five-point ob-
jective will comprise: 1)
the ZOA is to assume responsibil-
ity for the Hebrew youth move-
ment in this country; 2) the ZOA
will undertake the exploration of
the availability of Hebrew read-
ers and texts used in Israel for
adaptation in Hebrew schools in
this country; 3) assembling and
dissemination of materials on He-
brew schools in this country; 3)
assembling and dissemination of
materials on Hebrew and Zionism
in this country for use on the
Sunday School level; 4) support
in terms of personnel to further
the teaching of Hebrew in high
schools and colleges; 5) encour-
agement of use and speaking of
Hebrew in districts by program-
ming on an adult level.
Rabbi Miller announced the es
I tablishment of a National Com-
j mission for Israel and the Middle
Last. Presenting the program ol
I the Commission, Harold P. Man-
son, director of the new body,
declared that its chief objective is
"the reawakening of the public
relations consciousness of the
ionist Organization of America
and the reactivation of our
membership in the area of public
opinion. The present state of
world tension," he said, "especial-
ly the rising ferment in the Arab
world, make it imperative that
our organization maintain a high
degree of alertness. We submit
that this is essential to Israel's
welare, and that any other course
would endanger Israel's security."
Mr. Manson made it clear that
in projecting this program, the
newly-appointed commission does
"not propose to trespass upon or
to duplicate the activity of th<
American Zionist Council." He
pointed to the fact that the "re-
cent ZOA Convention voted full
support to the Council and resolv-
ed to strengthen it on both the
national and local levels."
At trie same i:me, he pointed
out that the Convention ajso
called upon the incoming admin-
istration to ensure that the poli-
cies of the ZOA are fully and ef-
fectively represented by its
spokesmen in the Council and its
executive committee. "In reiter-
ating this position, we wish to
record. our appreciation of the
work and accomplishments of the
Council under the chairmanship
of Mr. Louis Lipsky. It is our in-
tention to provide nationwide
auxiliary machinery with which
the Council's work can be made
more effective," he said.
Abraham Goodman, chairman
of the ZOA's Inner Committee,
presiding at a subsequent lunch-
it this Hlgr H^v
Day season
tion financially to carry out its
program, which he declared is so
imperative tor the welfare of Is-
rael and for the future of the
ionist movement in this country.
Oren Charged
As Trotzkyite
MUNICH (WNS) Mordechai
Oren, Israel leftist wno was ar-
rested in Prague about a year ago
after attending a Communist
Peace Congress in Vienna, has
been accused by the Czech gov-
ernment of having been in con-
tact with a "dangerous Trotz-
kyite," it was reported here by
the Neier Yidischer Zeitung.
The newspaper said that one
count in the indictment charges
Oren with collaborating with an
underground movement conspir-
ing against the present Czech re-
gime. The "dangerous Trotzky-
ite" with whom Oren was alleged I
to have been in touch is the '
Czech-Jewish writer Edwin Kisch
who was reported to have "diec I
suddenly" in Prague about tw<
years ago. j
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I^aV. SEPTEMBER 26, 1952
vJewisli ncrtdfan
PAGE 11 A
fnai Brith Plans Membership Campaign
Organiaztion Meet; Kroloff To Speak
pi ns for the annual 1952 GO (Greater Order) B'riai B'rith Mem-
L.r^"rampaisn in South Florida will be completed at a gigantic
E nff organizational meeting on Monday, October 6th, 8:15 p.m.,
Lk Kine Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel, it has been announc-
lb Sidney M Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of
ith Florida. ...
vvrote speaker will be Max
Kroloff. of Washington. D.C.,
tonal director Of Membership
Programs for B-nai B'rith.
tidents and membership rep-
JBve, of all B'na B'rith
', L"dfies and Women's Chap-
|n South Florida will attend
October 6th planning session.
Uu, Fisher, of Roanoke, Vir-
n tary of District Grand
lcc No. 5, B'nai B'rith, will
tress the session and assist in
Membership Campaign plans.
j Kaplan, past president of
th Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
been selected as coordinator
he South Florida Membership
mpaign which is designed to
ist total support of the Jewish
y here.
Scplaining that there will be
bilizations of manpower
he Membership Cam-
ign, ;, esident Aronovitz urged
ration of all B'nai B'rith
,.., In the GO effort. -B'nai
is greater strength in
,,. perform even greater
vice to our community. We
I n extensive program of
vjci iii,,! accounts for our
L,v the largest Jewish mass
I organization in the
Irld." ne said.
The GO membership solicita-
I will extend from Oc-
ber 17th through December
coinciding with the cele-
btion of B'nai B'rith's 109th
l: iry.
plax N. Kroloff, featured speak-
October 6th kick-off
distinguished rec-
j ol ith in the nation
f: the American Jew-
unity. He is a former
fe dent of AZA. B'nai
youth movement, and
t- iv winm r <>f that organ-
s' ioi natioi al oratorical con-
V > vi ral years, he was
t rial director of the
\ League.
I. a in Chicago. Kro-
. headed that city's largest
nai B'rith Lodge and was twice
psident of the Chicago B'nai
tith C lUncil. More recently, he.
ks in business in Atlanta, where
1 served as president of Gate
ty Lodge and was Anti-Defa-
Jtion League chairman for the
lutheasK rn B'nai B'rith Dis-
ict. He was a member of the
jcal Affairs Committee of the
Jlanta Chamber of Commerce
of the Board of the Atlanta
deration of Jewish Social Serv-
IKro!'.;: is also a member of the
Appoint Rabbi
M*s-li'loi*f To
Advisory Group
Appointment was made this
week of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
Congregation, by the Rabbinical
Council of America to serve on
its National Advisory Committee.
Formation of the Committee
was authorized at the meeting of
the Executive of the RCA in New
York City.
Make-up of the National Ad-
visory Committee will be section-
al in nature, representative of
every part of the country, it was
Max N. Kroloff
National Executive Committee of
the Joint Defense Appeal and,
before leaving Atlanta, was
Southeastern Public Relations
Consultant for Brandeis Univer-
sity at Waltham, Massachusetts.
IMP IT*
Rabbi loseoh E. Rackoysky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phon 5-3595
Let
Giblin Supporters
View V-G Day <
October 14th was designated
V-G Day by Campaign Manager
Irving Cypen as he called on
more than 100 members of the
Miami Beach Executive Commit-
tee "to combine their efforts to
1 make that day a victorious one in
1 our campaign to elect Judge Vin-
cent Giblin to the Florida Su-
preme Court."
Speaking nt the first Breakfast
Rallv of the newly formed Com-
mittee early Tuesday. Cypen out-
lined a plan for "getting the VOt-
| er to the polls on that off-day spe-
cial election date." and introduced
the Circuit Court Judge to the
group 'assembled at the Royal
i Palm Hotel to map strategy plans
1 for the forthcoming primary.
"We shall strive to make V-G
Day just as important as it
sounds," Cypen said, "so that all
voters will be made conscious of
the date and responsive to their
responsibility to vote at that time-
as in all elections."
The campaign director said he
was opposed to the conventional
"workers at the polls os election
day. Instead, let us all .station
ourselves at busy thoroughfares,
in front of large meeting places
on Tuesday, the 14th, and direct
our friends and fellow citizens to
the polls. Once he's at the polls a
voter has done his duty: the im-
portant thing is to get him to go
there. We have no fear of how
he'll vote. %e simply want to run
up a tremendous vote."
Judge Giblin subsequently
promised a fighting campaign "to
win this imoortam eleetion' and
reiterated his pledge to elevate
the Bench to its rightful place of
honor in the nation.
Among guests at the Break-
fast, which will be repeated every
Tuesday until election, were May-
or D. Lee Powell and Councilman
Melvin Richard, of Miami Beach,
Councilman James Wendler and
Eugene Schwartz, of Surfside, and
Harry Zukernick, president of the
Miami Beach Bar Association.
The Greater Miami Jtewish Federation receives a $500 gift from
the estate of the late Jacob M. Seidenberg. Federation Treasurer
Charles Fruchtman (latt) is shown accepting the check from Isaac
Joffee. attorney for the Seidenberg estate. Federation is the com-
munity-planning zgency which annually raises funds for Israel
Relief and for support of 40 national and 7 local health and welfare
institutions.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
reported here. Rabbi Mescheloff
is to serve as head of the South-
eastern region.
The Committee will also serve
in an advisory capacity to the
RCA. in studying and analyzing
regional religious trends and na-
tional needs of traditional Jew-
ry Rabbi Theodore L. Adams, of
Jersey City. New Jersey, is presi-
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1952
SEC. B
FIVE YOUNG SCIENTISTS AND AN OLDER ONE
faking lime out from his world-important researches to say hollo to a younger generation in science
Professor Albert Einstein, shown in his study at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.
lew Jersey. With him are five Yeshiva University graduates, winners of National Science Foun-
lation fellowships for post-gradual) study in chemklry, physics, mathematics and medicine, who
ravelled lo Princeton to receive the world-fern ad scientist's congratulations. Professor Einstein.
ho recently was named honorary chairman of the University's projected $25,000,000 Medical School
nd Center, told the boys that "scientific skill alone will never benefit mankind until it is joined
a thorough understanding of human values." Shown from left to right: Arthur Taub. of Brook-
rn; Kurt Eisemann. New York City: Simon Aus.Ur. Highland Park. New Jersey; Professor Ein-
jein: William Frank, and Seymour Aronson. both of Brooklyn.
ionstitotioH Party Denies
Charge Of Anti-Semitism
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
vly formed Constitution Party,
bich seeks the election of Gen-
Duuglas MacArthur as Pres-
ent and Senator Harry Byrd as
President of the United
ates. is not anti-Semitic even
lough its statement of principles
Ills for preservation of "our
Bristia n heritage," its new
airman. New York broker Hal-
urton Fales, insisted last week,
lis statement came after Mrs.
pzanne Silvercryps Stevenson,
ulptress and a founder of the
fcrty. resigned with Percy L.
?eaves Jr., as co-chairman of
Party, charging that its state-
tnt of principles "sounded like
ti-Sen.itism."
ales said the two had not re-
grurl but had been deposed and
the reference to "Christian
fcritage'' meant a heritage of
|ood will" and was not con-
rued as an affront to any re-
lious group.
Irs. Stevenson, sister of the
felg.an Ambassador and former
|esident of the Minute Women
the United States, said that
! would have no part in "any
Dvemtr.t which seems to me to
o ti eped in bigotry." She
lied her resignation was due
an announcement made here
Lpton Close, known for his
ti-Jewish sentimeots,. wbo said
was speaking for the Consti-
the Party would seek to persuade
members of the electoral college
to vote for General MacArthur
for President.
Meanwhile, a MacArthur for
President Rally in Denver spon-
sored by Gerald L. K. Smith's
Christian Nationalist Party was
converted into an anti-Semitic
demonstration this week when
Don Lohbeck, one of Smith's key
aides and principal speaker at
the meeting, launched into an at-
tack on the "internationalist-
Zionist-Jewish combine" and bit-
terly assailed the Jews.
Lohbeck, who distributed pe-
titions to get the names of Gen-
eral MacArthur for President and
Jack Tenney, of Los Angeles, on
the Colorado ballot, said he was
confident that MacArthur would
accept the nomination by the
Party's National Convention. He
deplored the fact that his Vice
Presidential candidate, Tenney,
appeared on local petitions of the
Constitution Party as Presiden-
tial candidate.
It is reported that 93 people
attended the rally at a local ho-
tel.
Meanwhile, a chain letter cam-
paign addressed to "f*How Chris-
tians" has been laupcher in Chi-
cago to secure the writing in on
the November presidential ballot
of the name of General Douglas
MacArthur.
The letter describes MacArthur
Mn_Partv and declared that supporters as "Christians united
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in a sacred cause" and declares
that "it is our Christian obliga-
tion" to write in MacArthur's
name. It asks recipients to fill
out a form pledging themselves
to vote for MacArthur and says
"your write-in will prove that
United Christians can and will
regain control of our country.
Initiator of the campaign is
John W. Moore, Chicago, who
describes himself as "Illinois Co-
ordinator" of the "Fighters for
MacArthur" headed by John B.
Chappie of Ashland, Wisconsin.
Moore also calls himself a "vol-
unteer worker" for Joseph Kamp,
Conde McGinley, Gerald B. Win-
rod and others.
Capitol Spotlight
BY MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONLoyalty and security programs have caused
Jews to be "frequently" singled out ts victims of unfounded suspi-
cion. This was revealed in a scientific analysis of the impact of
measures aimed against subversives.
The analysis was based on a series of intensive interviews of
Federal employees and university professors. Findings were pub-
lished in the Yale Law Journal by two of the nation's leading
psychologists. They are Dr. Sluart W. Cook, chairman of New
York University's Gradual* Psychology Depsrtrr.sr.t. and Dr.
Marie Jahods. who has done reseaich on anti-Semitism for the
American Jewish Committee.
In one of the interviews, a university professor was asked to
think of one of his colleagues of whose loyalty he was conviced,
but to assume that this colleague had learned that his loyalty was
doubted. The professor selected a colleague who was Jewish and
foreign-born. He explained that his selection was guided by a desire
to keep the situation as 'natural" as possible. "He assumed," the
report said, that a foreign-born Jew was more likely to be the
target of an unfounded accusation than anyone else among his
colleagues."
The report told of a man who was charged with holding
Communist meetings in his homea charge of which he was
finally cleared. "In the couru of the investigation." the psycholo-
gists reported, "it came out that a neighbor had heard songs in
a strange language from the man's house. Curious about this,
he looked through trie window and saw what he considered strange
behavior. A group of people were sitting in a circle on the floor
and singing. He concluded that since Communists were strange
and tba scene observed was strange, the two strange elements
must be identical. The result was that what was in fact a Zionist
meeting was reported as Communist."
This taught, said the psychologists, that the present atmosphere
in Washington is such that one may be suspected of Communism
and subjected to the tortures of investigation merely because people
sing songs in a foreign language. It was concluded that this inci-
dent helped create such an atmosphere of fear that "the final clear-
ance might not have been sufficient to undo the feeling among his
friends that it was not even safe to have a Zionist group meet at a
private house and sing their songs,"
In talking to the government workers, psychologists assured
them of anonymity. Some feared to cooperate. Others con-
demned the entire security program with such phrases as "Ges-
tapo methods," "just like in Germany," and "in fighting totali-
tarianism in Russia, we are becoming lotaliierian ourselves." Fear
of McCarthyism was widely admitted. OlBa Federal worker said.
"If Communists like apple pie. and I do. I see no reason why I
should stop eating it. But I would."
The report indicated that many Federal employees live in ter-
ror of being found with the "wrong" literature in their homes. Some
man said quite seriously that, in view of the situation, a govern-
ment worker should join nothing tut "the Knights of Columbus,
and perhaps, the Masons." Another withdrew from the American
Veterans Committee because he was afraid it might develop in a
"radical direction." It was found that "informal pressures" were "en-
forcing conformity to the new climate of thought."
Not only Jews but Negroes and the foreign-born were fre-
quently named as targets of uncertified accusations. Other groups
considered by those interviewed lo be sometimes falsely accused
as pro-Red included "people vitally interested in problems such
as racial conflict, reduction of poverty and furtherance of human
rights intellectuals liberals people with fcreipn-sound-
ing names."
Interest in the loyalty program is mounting because millions
of Americans and resident aliens will be required after Decem-
ber 24th to meet the vaguely-detined requirements of the McCar-
ran-Walter Omnibus Immigration act. This act was opposed as po-
tentially dangerous to foreign-born Jews and others. The govern-
ment is already using its de.T2nd for "ethnic" classifications as a
iustification for listing Jews as such on visa applications. President
Truman vetoed the act, but a security-conscious Congreess voted to
override his veto.
The victory of Senator McCarthy in the Wisconsin primary
indicated an endorsement of McCarthyism by a majority of Re-
publicans in that state. The psychologists have just begun to
measure the erosion of freedom caused by McCarthy-inspired
thinking which blurs the vital difference between Communists
and liberals. Dr. Jadoha is undertaking, with the approval of the
American Psychological Association, a more intensive research
project to study the loyalty program to evaluate a development
described as an increasing tendency toward suspicion of minor-
ity groups.
In a speech at Milwaukee last year, Herman Edelsberg, Wash-
ington Anti-Defamation League director, said that McCarthy has
been severely criticized by many church groupsProtestant, Cath-
olic, and Jewishfor his "reckless use of blanket charges of Com-
munism which have created confusion, disunity, and susDicion at a
time of national crisis, and these make a climate which the profes-
sional bigots exploit for their subversive ends."
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Marines Attend
Services, Socials
In Hollywood
Thirty marines from Opa
Locka, who spent the Rosh Ha-
shona Holidays in Hollywood,
were guests at three socials spon-
sored by the Broward County
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization.
After religious services at the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center on Friday evening and
again on Sunday evening, the
servicemen were entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anth-
ony Korda, 1726 Madison Street.
Miette, the daughter of the Kor-
das, is a member-in-training of
the Youth Group.
On Saturday evening after
services, a get-together was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Taylor, 1841 Adams
Street. The Taylor's son, Jerry,
is a member of B'nai B'rith
Young Men. Daughter, Sandra,
is a member of B'nai B'rith Girls.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, of the
Jewish Community Center, is
Chaplain at the Opa Locka Base.
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|h.|,r'u Academy
jlirM*rs M3et
Itbe opening me^tini, L n
Lhrevv Academy Board of Di-
Ks took place last night, ac-
fidM to Jack Satin, v.ce pres-
Tn'th.' absence of President Dr.
iJri S Andron, Harry Genet
[haired the meeting.
remittee chairmen who de-
livered^ "ports were Jack Satin.
Lou* -and| Transportation; Lewis
fetw" Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
Kication Report; David Shapiro.
Kmbership; Irving Firtel. Con-
Krt; and Harry Genet. Office
rommittee. _____________
|TV Set Does
\Good Turn Twice
On receipt of a television set
Icresented it by Mr. and Mrs. Al-
ErtJacobson. 1901 Washington
Street Hollywood, the Broward
Icounty Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, donated the
Let toeether with some 200 pock-
I,. 'edition books, to Mount Sinai
Hospital. Miami Beach.
I The Chapter is a combined
Igroup of AZA. B'nai B'rith Girls
land B'nai B'rith Young Men and
Women, ranging in age from 16
I to 25, and meeting Thursday ev-
lenings at the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center.
Artist Receives
I Thanks From Ike
i Pastel artist and oil painter
[Arthur Lichtenstein, 202 SW 7th
I Avenue. Miami, late last week
received a letter from Presiden-
tial Nominee Dwight Eisenhower
I m which were expressed thanks
I for a portrait presented Eisen-
hower on his recent stop here.
] Lichtenstein gave the candi-
date the pastel portrait during a
reception held in the Roney
Plaza Hotel. The artist has stud-
ied in Italy and did work with
Professor Max Lieberman, Berlin,
Germany, president of the Berlin
Academy of Art in 1929.
Jewish Forum Airs
Yom Kippur Program
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, will be heard in
a special Yom Kippur Eve broad-
cast on Sunday morning, Sep-
tember 28th, 10 a.m., during Si-
mon Seiden's Jewish Forum of
the Air. Also participating will
be Harry J. Sonz, chairman of
the Zionist Youth Commission
here. The program is broadcast
over station WMIE.
New appointee to the faculty
of Temple Beth Sholom is Mrs.
Reiecca Lipson. The Jewish
educator transferred here from
Temple On The Heights.
Cleveland. Ohio, where she was
principal of the Hebrew School.
She recently spent two years
in Israel and attended the
Teachers' Institute there. In
Clereland. she was active in
youth leadership training and
assumed the duties of program
chairman for th city's ZOA
and chairman of the Jewish
National Fund.
North Shore Affair
The Third Annual Yom Kip-
pur Dance, sponsored by the Sis-
terhood of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center, will be held Monday
night, September 29th, 8:15 p.m.,
at the Center. Mrs. Allan Acker
is chairman of the affair, with
Jack Klinger, master of cere-
monies.
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Hop October 5th
Social Committee Co-Chair-
men Bob Stone and Arlene Weis-
blatt. of the Miami Beach Young
Adults, announced that the group
will have a Harvest Hop on
Sunday, October 5th, 8:30 p.m.,
in the Social Hall of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Proceeds from the dance will
go towards a Religious School
Scholarship Fund for needy Jew-
ish youth.
Other members of the group
making arrangements for the
Harvest Hop are Warren Peters,
refreshments; Janet Sklow. dec-
orations; Marlene Kalik, enter-
tainment: Larry Niditch and
Anita Miller, door committee; and
Elaine Schwartzman. publicity.
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Apartment Of Commerce Lists Rules
Gift Packages Shipped To Israel
, regulations governing the
Lent oi Sifts, materials, prod-
, or funds to Israel have been
Duntc'l by
the United States
trtment of Commerce District
[co in the Seybold Building.
jes concerning sending of
[package to Isr
Hi.!. v the 1
by
director
rael were made
tne Department to
',,,.,, Miami Jewish Feder-
been announced u
i executive
jvi.:. lion.
hedui- i n standard food par-
sent v Israel must be pre-
m th< United States, and
p': |< ran be forwarded
.!. h certain authorized
; of which may be
lined i ither of the Israel
[uliiu e regulations spec-
Packagts should le marked
Lfide Gift. Self-packed food
els mi'' now be sent to fam-
r.iduals without limi-
as t< kinds of commodities
[je parcels, and no import li-
es f,: food packages are re-
ed where they are intended
Igifts to families or individ-
e Department of Commerce
point's nut that all articles
to Israel are generally sub-
|to thi regular Israel customs
fes. Si i M-eptions are ar-
in : I. ,1 by religious, ed-
boniil. scientific and charit-
institutions which are not
bded fi r resale.
stal regulations require that
packages not exceed
bunds in weight or measure
42 inches in length or have
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a combined length and girth of
over 72 inches. There are no pro-
visions for insurance or registra-
tion. Sealing is optional. A green
label must be affixed to each
package showing that the articles
are to be submitted to the cus-
toms authorities at destination
for examination.
The necessary customs declar-
ations must be attached to each
parcel post package, the regula-
tions state. Parcels of used cloth-
ing may be sent through author-
ized agencies that will collect
duty at rates applicable. A list
of such agencies is available at
the Israel consulates. In addition
to bearing the name and address
of both the individual donor and
individual donee, the gift parcel
must have the notation, Gift
Export License Not Required,
written on the address side of
the label.
The combined total domestic
retail value of all commodities
included in a single gift parcel
must not exceed $25 in value.
Certain categories of goods sub-
ject to a.luxury tax include such
items as musical instruments,
cameras, watches and clocks.
leather goods, fountain pens and
electrical appliances. Donors
have been advised to secure ad-
ditional information from their
local US Department of Com-
merce Office or from the Consul-
ate General of Israel, 11 East 70th
Street, New York City.
Listed under^the Department's
limitations and requirements sec-
tion is the cautionary note that,
although there is no limit on the
number of gifts which a donor
may send, not more than one gift
parcel may be sent by the same
donor to the same donee in any
one calendar week.
Choral Group Meets
The first meeting of the Chor-
al Group, Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, will be held on
Thursday morning, October 2nd,
10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Ben
Sanderson, 6475 Indian Creek
Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein is director.
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Women, was organized here last
week at the home .of Mrs. Harold
Kravitz, 234 To-To-Lochee Drive,
Hialeah.
Temporary officers are the
Mrsdames Ted Robinson, pres-
ident; Eli Rainbow, vice presi-
dent; Harold Kravitz, treasurer;
Mitchell Wolfson, corresponding
secretary; and Morris Miller, re-
cording secretary.
Judith Youngirman interpret
inq a modern dance movement
in her studio at 743 Dade Boule-
vard, where she will teach
dance fundamentals to begin-
ners and encourage advanced
pupils. to compose interpreta-
tions oi their own. Miss Young-
erman announces the formation
of a new group in dance exer-
cise' for adults. The youthful
dance artist spent the summer
dancing with the Hanya Helm
Group and visiting thj dance
recitals at Jacob's Pillar in the
Berkshires and the Connecticut
College School of Dance in New
London.
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[now open
daily 5 p.m. till 11 p-m.
[we Are Happy 1<> Announce
I The Re-opening of
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FROM 224 W. FLAGLER
T0 OUR NEW LOCATION
8011 Bird Road
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menu.
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Food to Take Out
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Delivery Service
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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|933 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 86-8041
RENTALS SALES
[MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
WITH BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Leon Kay*
and Son
420 LINCOLN ROAD
DULANEY'S
MIAMI BEACR Inc.
[FOOD MARKET
P W. 41st Si Ph. 5-8441
Name Rabin
Education Head
At Beach Center
Samuel Friedland, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
has announced the appointment
of Saul Rabin as educational di-
rector and director of Youth Ac-
tivities for the Center Religious
School.
Rabin came to the Center after
six years as principal of the Tem-
ple Beth El Religious Sc^.ooi fai
Rochester, New York.
While studying for AB degree
at Brooklyn College, he pursued
his Hebrew education at the
Teachers' .Institutes of Yeshiva
Isaac Elcharron and Herzeliah. Af-
ter serving in the A is Corps, Rab-
in continued, his studies and re-
ceived the MA degree in Educa-
tion at the University of Roches-
ter.
While at Temple Beth El, Rab-
in published a Hagaddah for
children which he expects to pub-
lish in similar form for the Cen-
ter Religious School.
Rabin is active in the Educa-
tors' Assembly of the United
Synagogue of America and the
Jewish Relations Committee on
Scouting.
GREETINGS
I
''aramoont
Soda Shop
|253 East Flaaler Street
Miami. Florida
Phone 3-9244
B'nai B'rith Council
Participates In
Citizenship Day Here
Individual American flags pro-
vided by the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida were presented
to newly-naturalized American
Citizens at a Citizenship Day Pro-
gram held recently in the
Dade County Auditorium under
the sponsorship of the Harvey
Seeds Post, American Legion.
H. Jack Miller, Americanism
chairman of B'nai B'rith Council,
Sidney M. Aronpvitz, president
of the Council, and Gilbert J. Bal-
kin, Florida Anti-Defamation
League director, cooperated in the
B'nai B'rith participation in the
annual Citizenship Day program.
Miller, Alan B. Kessler and
Bernard Liberman, members of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, took
part in a special dramatization of
the Bill of Rights. Featured
speakers were Major General
Louis B. Hershey and United
States Senator George A. Smath-
ers.
Federal Judges John W. Hol-
land and George Whitehurst also
took part in the program. Henry
Hallam, Americanism chairman
of the Harvey Seeds Post, Ameri-
can Legion, was in charge.
.Molli Greene
Succumbs Here
Mrs. Mollie Greene, 54, active
in Miami Beach communal organ-
izations, died here on Sept. 11th.
Mrs. Greene was a local resident
for 27 years and lived at 244 Bis-
cayne Boulevard.
A member of the American
Legion Auxiliary, Rebecca Lodge,
she also was affiliated with the
Retail Merchants' Association of
Miami Beach, Miami Chamber of
Commerce, Children's National
Cardiac Hospital, Jewish Home
for the Aged and the Mount Si-
nai Hospital Auxiliary..
Surviving are her father, two
brothers and a sister. Services
were on Sunday at the Gordon
Funeral Chapel. Miami Beach,
burial in New York.
Announce New
Course Here
Announcement of the appoint-
ment of Miss Marion Rubinstein
as moderator of the new Adver-
tising In Action course was made
last week, by Charron Williams
Commercial College, sponsors, at
the McAllister Hotel starting
Thursday, October tod. '
Twenty-seven known personal-
ities in selling, advertising and
public relations will be guest
speakers at the sessions sched-
uled for Thursday evening from
October tod to January 22nd.
Obituaries
ETHEL S. WAItMAN
67, of 701 10th Street, Miami Beach,
died on September lth. A resiueni
hre for the past eight years, she II
survived by her husbanil, Benjamin,
one son, I ..mi- D. Small, one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ruth Libowiti, two broth-
ers, four sisters and two grandchild-
ren. Services were on September 22ni,
at the Miami Beach. Riverside Chapel,
with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky ofilciat-
mg. Interment was on Mount Sinai
Cemetery.
JOHN BAKER
of 9580 West Bay Harbor Drive, died
on September 20th. A resident here
for the past five years, he Is sur-
vived by his wife. Mary, and one
brother, Edward. Remains were sent
to New York City for services and
Interment by the Miami Beach River-
side.
JACK MANNES
3ft. of 700 l..-ri..\ Avenue, Miami
Beach, died on September 20th. A
resident here for the past three years,
he is survived by his wife. Flor-
ence, one daughter. Stephanie, three
brothers, Barnet, Irving and Morris,
anil two sisters, Mrs. Ann Goldberg
and Mrs. Estelle Arny. Services were
on September 23rd, at the Miami
Beach Riverside Chapel, with the
Jewish People's Fraternal Order in
charge. Interment was on Mount
Sinai Cemetery.
HENRY E. LEIFERT
69, of 8024 Harding Avenue, died on
September 20th. He is survived by
his wife, Florence, one son, Stephen,
one daughter. Mrs. Harriet L Wil-
liams, and four grandchildren, Henry
B. Jr., Douglas I... and Thomas R.
Williams and Donna Jeanne Lelfert.
Services were on September 22nd, at
the Miami Beach Riverside Chanel,
with Rabbi Jacob Kaplan officiating.
JOSEPH PINACK
70, of 1012 Collins Avenue, died on
September 21st. A resident here for
the past 17 years, he Is survived by
his wife, Ida. Mr. Plnack was a vet-
eran of the Spanish-American War,
a member of the West Lake I-odge
No. 392, Free and Accepted Mason*
and the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith. Services were on September
23rd, at the Miami Beach Riverside
Chapel, with Rabbi Irving I^hrman
officiating. Interment was on Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
REBECCA ASKINOSS
62. of 2039 SW lth Terrace, died
September 6th. A resident here for
the past five years, she is survived
by her husband, Samuel, a son, Mil-
ton, and two daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Kahn and Mrs. Ruth Cooper. She
also leaves her mother. Mrs. Anna
Hart, and four brothers. Ernie. Harry,
Mannle and Bernard, three sisters,
Mrs. Mary Rodins. Mrs. Nora Llch-
tenburg and Mrs. Nettle Jacobson.
Services were In the Gordon Funeral
Home Chapel, with Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swlrsky officiating. Interment was
on Mount Sinai Cemetery.
MORRIS BERXIBR
62, of 3321 SW 21st Street, passed
away here In a local hospital.
He Is survived by his wife. Esther.
one son. Dave, and a daughter. Mrs.
LJIHan Saffer. He also leaves two
grandchildren. Funeral services were
on Sunday at "The Miami Riverside .
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Interment was on Mount Nebo Ceme-
SARAH LASKY
66, of 801 NE 82nd Street, passed away
on September 3rd. In a local hospital.
She Is survived by one son, Mortim-
er, two daughters. Mrs. Pauline Quer-
Ido and Mrs. Betty Eldson. two sis-
ters. Mrs. F. J. Tepper and Mrs.
Samuel Gross, and four grandchild-
ren, Marian. Alan. Eleanor and Amy
Querldo. Services were on Sunday
at "The Miami Riverside ". with Rabbi
Simon April officiating. Interment
was on Mount Sinai Cemetery.
WILLIAM SPECTOR
of 2421 SW 23rd Terrace, passed away
here In a local hospital He Is
survived by two daughters. Mrs. Flor-
ence Kaufman and Mrs. Sadie Klans-
ner. He aUo leaves three grand-
children. James and WlUlarn Kapf-
man and Jerry Klausner. Remains
were sent to Brooklyn. New York, for
servlcea and Interment by 'The Mi-
ami Riverside".
TO ALL ...
HOLIDAY GREETINGS

EDMUND G. YISCHI
REAL ESTATE
Your North Miami Coxincilman
847 NX 125th St. Pk Dubr o w's Lincoln
330 LINCOLN ROAD
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A HAPP"> NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Spit' & Span
WESTERN MEATS
4952 N.W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 64-8121
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Frank T.
Budge* Co.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE
Established 1896
401 N.W. 71st STREET
MIAMI
Phone 89-1621
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Religion And The State
By LEO PFEFFER
vJ5?*& 'rmih.s- B'* -
these words: P OUr democratic tradition in
.ions' oTfhtehES2ffSL ?2 twh.f,?unded the institu-
Church without pohtU" that il W1'hUt reli9ion an* a
Compliments and Best Wishes for the New Year
COULTOK BROTHERS
to say, they meant that one
should never be used as an engine
for any purpose of the other."
Thomas Jefferson, author of
the Declaration of Independence
expressed the same tradition as
follows:
"Our rulers can have authority
over such rights only as we have
submitted to them. The rights of
conscience we never submitted,
we could not submit. We are an-
swerable for them to our God.
The legitimate powers of gov-
ism in the year 5712 was the ac-
tion of the U.S. Supreme Court
upholding the released time sys-
tem in New York City. In this
decision, which is substantially at
variance with the prior Supreme
Court action on the Vashti Mc-
Collum case, the court held that
the New York City released time
system did not violate the con-
stitution, because religious in-
struction was not held on school
premises and did not involve any
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Fla.
->- >-B"""ciie powers or gov- -" """ u,u llut uivoive any
ernment extend to such acts only dlrect participation by public
as are injurious to others, but it I sch.o1 authorities. There can be
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
S. K. VAim
Plumbing and Heating
Contractors
Septic Tanks
4615 LE JEUNE ROAD
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-2580
Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Levl Plumbing
Co.
NEW INSTALLATIONS
BEPAIRS APPLIANCES
2141 S.W. 3rd STREET
Phone 9-1416
HAPPY .\av TEAR TO ALL
FRIENDS AND PATROHS
! C. Transfer
ck Service Local Hauling
Call 9-3149
Res. 2-2755
801 N.W. 2nd AVENUE .
MIAMI
I- C. Thomas
Happy New Year To All
" Friends and Patrons
K .1 Auto
|>vel Service
350 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7369
Bernard Jacobs
does me no injury for my neigh-
bor to say there are twenty Gods,
or no God. It neither picks my
pocket nor breaks my leg it
is error alone which needs are
support of government. Truth can
stand by itself."
These statements represent the
thinking of the Founders of the
Republic who wrote into its Bill
of Rights the provision that "Con-
gress shall make no law respect-
ing an establishment of religion
or prohibiting the free exercise
thereof," and who formulated the
principle of strict separation of
Church and State.
The meaning of this principle
for the health of a democratic
society is made very clear in the
trenchant observations of Jeffer-
son and Black. Its significance is
further illuminated when one
considers that the opposite ten-
dency led to the execution under
civil authority of persons pro-
claimed to be heretics in the re-
ligious courts of the Inquisition
and to the brutal punishment of
religious dissenters by the Massa-
chusetts Puritans.
Religious freedom, which in the
long run stands or falls with the
wall between Church and State,
is an issue of vital concern to all
American citizens. To Jews, as
members of a minority religious
group who suffer first the perse-
cutions of intolerance, it is* par-
ticularly sensitive area. For this
reason, Jewish leaders have been
among the foremost in the con-
stant struggle for the mainte-
nance of this separation, and they
are united on this issue as on al-
most no other.
The year since last Yom Kip-
pur has seen two major de-
velopments in the field of'
Church-State relationships and
4he number of less dramatic
events which promise, however,
extremely interesting repercus-
sions in the years ahead. The
major victory in the maintainance
of Church-State separation was
the verdict by the U.S. Supreme
Court declaring that the State
of New York could not prohibit
exhibition of the motion picture.
The Miracle, merely because it
was deemed sacrilegious by Cath-
00 question that the court's deci-
sion in this case represented a
setback to all those who felt that
the separation of Church and
State is a doctrine requiring
broad and vigorous interpreta-
tion. The court justified its action
by the observation that public
facilities or monies were not be-
ing used for the New York City
released time program, while
avoiding the entire issue of the
divisiveness which such a pro-
gram introduces among school
children and the coercion which
the very existence of the program
exercises on the children. It
would be naive to ignore the at-
mosphere in which this decision
was adopted: the violent and vig-
orous sectarian condemnation of
the Supreme Court's 1948 deci-
sion in the McCollum case, and
the concomitant reticence and
caution of many leaders who sup-
ported the McCollum decision.
The schools, because of their
influence on the developing
youth of the country, continue to
be a major battleground in this
Church-State struggle. On two
occasions during the past year, a
minor crisis was reached on the
issue of Bible reading in the pub-
lic schoolsthat is, whether it is
constitutional ar.d proper to have
sections of a sectarian Bible read
to the children by school author-
ities, during school hours. For
technical reasons, the U.S. Su-
preme Court refused to reject a
New Jersey decision upholding a
statute which provided for read-
ing of the Bible and recitation of
the Lord's Prayer in the public
schools. The court, however, did
not decide whether or not the
statute was constitutional. Also in
New Jersey, a case was instituted
by a Catholic and a Jewish par-
ent to prohibit the distribution of
trie Protestant New Testament in
the public schools by the Gideon
Society. A temporary injunction
was obtained and the case is ex-
pected to come to trial this Fall.
In other states, objections by
Jewish leaders resulted in a re-
fusal by school authorities to al-
low distribution of the New Tes-
tament.
On the positive side in New
Jersey, the Legislature enacted a
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Phone 82-7531
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Furman
of the
CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP
Phone 5-2127 745 Washington Avenue
Resort Wear for Men and Children
MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON GILBERT*
of the
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739 WASHINGTON AVE.
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
olic groups. This case, in which I law providing that no child ab-
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GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 84-7041
HaPPY New Year To AH
Ur Frie"ds and Patrons
hnias C Jacobs
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f Work Alteration.
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67-4352
the American Jewish Congress
was the only Jewish organization
to enter a brief, presented a clear-
cut issue of whether the power of
the government could or could
not be used in support of one sec-
tarian group's idea of heresy. The
decisive verdict of the court dem-
onstrated the vigor of the princi-
ple of Church-State separation,
and lent substantial encourage-
ment to groups and individuals
in whom pessimism had gained a
foothold as a result of develop-
ments on other fronts.
The major occasion for pessim-
scnt from public school because
of his observance of a religious
holiday shall suffer any penalty.
Nationwide agitation for "more
religion" in the public schools,
which were under attack as "secu-
larist," led to a campaign for so-
called non-sectarian Diayers to be
recited by school children. The
New York State Board of Re-
gents adopted a resolution rec-
ommending that children in the
public schools begin each day
with such a prayer. All of the
Jewish organizations in the City
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WHOLESALE POULTRY
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All Items in Poultry Specialties
2181 N.W .10th AVENUE
MIAMI
PHQNE 82-8513
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GREETINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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FOR SERVICE CALL 7-2169
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tNmf SfRCUIT COURT OF THE
FCO-TYN,'N153C0^NCERY-
ii rilELAN. Plaintiff
1HELAN
Defendant
' vs";;"vrk
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1\, \., herebj notified that a Bill
. .,,,,i.u f..r l'lvorce has been
(' leuliicl v..n, and you are r*-
'"..,,". nerve a copy of your Am.
lint! to the Bill of Com-
, n the olaintlff's Attorney.
L'rn'lIlN- 1 KESSLER, 2200 W.
'',';. MlarnT Florida, and file
nrieinal Answer or Pleading In
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
.,.,,.. on or before the 17th day of
Sent by .lefault will be lajien
' ],.,.[ you for the relief demanded
toe BUI "f Complaint
l',,Nl' \M> olti'EKEI) at Miami,
is 15th day of September,
" K II. MCATHBA1IAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I Mde County, Florida
(..nit Seal) .
By u. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
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Circuit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
kLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153059
|AR1E WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
ISDOLPH WILLIAMS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KANI .1.1-11 WILLIAMS
L'Tu Weal HUh St.,
Apartment 7.
Sew Vmk City, N.Y.
RANIHILPH WILLIAMS, are
notified that a Bill of Com-
aim for Divorce has been filed a-
B.:..-t you, and you are requlreil to
frit II copy ol your Answer OT
|i i to the Bill nf Complaint on
., Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
Q Si I.. I Bldg .Miami, Flor-
. and le the original Answer or
Ii n ill*- office of the clerk
< '"Hi on or before the
October, 1V51 If you
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judgment by default
attains! you for the
led in the Bill of Com-
be published once
consecutive weeks
Kl.llltll'IA.V
MERE!) at Miami.
day of September,

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28659
Re: ESTATE I IF
*'l '' STONE, Deceased
- and All Persons Hnv-
ia or Demands Against
late:
i a. Ii of you. are hereby
required to present any
tl demands which you, or
I. may have against the
KOI C. STONE, dereased
I'lde County, Florida, to the
W 1 BI.AXTON and
BOWLING, County Judges
Ullty. and file the same
ii the County Court-
County, Florida, with-
in months from the
rirst publication hereof,
in demands to contain
- "f the claimant and
'" and presented as a-
same win be barred,
' 28, A |i ItSJ
LA lt< H.I.I.V.;
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hi
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" 'late the said business
iiimeiiclng was October 1. 197.2.
l-OILS H. ZIMMON
One.Half Interest
SYLVIA Z. ZIMMON
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OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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M-ltV. at 99 S. W. 7th
11 I lorfda, intend to reg-
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' ourt of Dade
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County,
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EMPLOYMENT
fc'VK. BEACH
KMI'UiYMKNT
-I'll EMPLOY-
t(.MlW7^hi'6(nE.pBno,a
KPc52?WW'
of
to
the Cterk of
Hade County.
LEGAL NOTICE
in twb circuit court of thf
ELE.VmEoNT^jud,c,al circuitin
and for dade county
florida. in chancery.'
___ No. 152931
REGGIE THOMAS RYDER,
vg Plaintiff
BOS1lJBHffiB" "efndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Hose RYDER ON
Norrlstown, R.D, 1
Norrlstown, Pennsylvania
^""T ,h*re',v n-tiflrd, that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has I,,.,,
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney
RICHARD K. SHEPARI., 22on WeM
Flagler Street. Miami, and Hie the
original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 13th dav of
October. 19,12. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will he taken
**n.lrslny.'.,u /"' th' rel,er demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
_D9i*B *,"D ORDKREO at Miami,
iriwiUa, this nth day of September,
A I Ho 2. _
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of theCircuit Court
By \VM. W. HTIK5K1NG
Deputy Clerk
8/19-26 10/3.in
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FTCTITfOUS
NOTICE is HMEREBYVGIVEN that
jn undersigned, desiring to engage In
RVVrff %$ '"-"Ctltlous na.ne o
Ksi2 U "' SI:at C..VKRS, at
--1 liiseayrHi Blvd., Intend to roglnter
-said name with the Clerk of *he.cir-
cuit ourt of Ihide County. J-Torlda
- BERNARD BUHIM
/l-2 'Ji&RP S JACOB80N
LEGAL NOTICE
-'loA'ho"' MEIDENBKRG
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uadacslgned, desiring U> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TEKRELL ENTERPRISES, at .",200
Pinetrce Drive, Miami Beach. Fla..
Intend to register said najne with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
ROGER N. TERRELL
_______ tiEoRGIA oi.EK TERRELL
LLOYD A. TOWI.i:
10no Lincoln Rd.
Minim Beach, 11a.
Attorney for Roger N. Terrell
and G.-orgia OJ.s Terrell
9/12-1S-26 10 :
NOTICt B'v PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152928
WILLIAM THE......RE SCHWARTZ,
Plaintiff.
AH.\ B8TELLE SCHWARTZ,
i 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ADA ESTELLE SCHWARTZ
46S Adams Avenue
Philadelphia 40, Pennsylvania
You, AHA ESTELLE SCHWARTZ,
are hereby notified that a Bill ol
Complaint for i 'h ori e nan b< en I .
against you, and you are requl I to
serve a copy of your Answi i i i Plead-
ing to the Bill of i 'omplali : on thi
plaintiff's Attorney, BEN KSSEN,
EfeXj --:; Seybold Bids Miami, Flor-
ida, and file (he original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Cli
of the circuit Court on or before the
18th day of October. 1952, If you
to do so, Judgnu lit by default will
l.e taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publish,-.......
each week for four consecutive we, ].-
In THE JEWISH" FUiRlDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of September,
AD. l'ir,2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attornev for Plaintiff
s-'.l Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
9/12-1S-24 lfl'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE DIVE INN BAR. at 177" N W.
7:'iii SI Intends to register said name
with the Clerh of the Circuit Court
of Daiie County, Florida.
MAP.l \N i: CLARK
STEPHEN 1- KERSLER, Attorney
2200 W. Flngler St.
9 12-19-26 I" :',
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149491 I
JACOB M1NDL1N, et al.. v
Plaintiffs,
vs.
JAMES R. GREEN, et at,
1 lefendantf.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'8
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the
undersigned, as Special Master in
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 Dade
County, Florida, on Monday. October
6. 1H.".L', at twelve o'clock Noon ill':""
N.) the following described property
situate In Dade County, |j[lf)r-id. tp*
of
wit:
Lots
10 and 11 In
BTnrfc'-lM
TENTH ADDITION
LEAH, according to
thereof, recorded In I
at Page 100, of the'
ords of Dade County,
t, tin i- with the Improvements
situate thereon and the furniture,
furnishings and equipment therein
contained;
said property to be sold to satisfy the
Final Decree In this cause and costs.
DATED this 4th day of September.
19(2.
// ALFRED KBEISLER
As Special \fcW HAROLD TANNEN
1009 Security Building
117 N E 1-t Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attornev for Plaintiffs
/5-12-19rS8 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, daslrlns t" engage In
business under the fictitious' ntme pt
EASY WAV LAUNDRY; and I,A .si
WAY SELf SERVICE LAUNDRY, at
1629 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade tounO.
F,0r'da' MAX CLICK
ROSLYN C.L1CK
HUTNER A HUTNER, ESQS
520 Olympla Building. Miami
9/19-2* 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei-slaned. desiring to ngag* In
INrSpSSSffisllT* "ct'tlou, n"ne of
. '^.' l-PENDRNT AIR SERVICE
MI,miBw,N*',8<,7-,20th Street Airport,
Miami, Horlda. intend to register said
Co l, K'h,,'^ (|,rk of "'" "ir -wit
Lourt of Dade County, not Ida
C K. WILLIAMS
THEODORE3 I^'u'a^e
tvY''.''V ,nl,*Dnfl",, Alr Service
im' -KJJ'Sf1-BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CMANCERY.
No. 152802
Jo Anne Stafford, Plaintiff
vs.
Edward Michael Stafford
c/o Paterson City Jail
Paterson, New Jersey, Defendant
TO: Edward Michael Stafford
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You are hereby notified Unit a Bill
or lomjilnint tnr Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the -Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attornev,
Stephen F, Kessler, 220O Wesjt Flagler
street. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
C ourt on or before the 3rd day of Oc-
tober, 19.12. If you fall 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 4th day of September,
A.D. 1932.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 155925
DOMINICK ARLOTTA, Plaintiff
VS.
MARY ARL ITTA ndartt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY ARLOTTA
Armstrong Court
GREENWICH, CONN.
YOU an refiulri serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill >>r Com-
for Pivot on tl Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file the original Ans-
wer in the Offlo the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 9th
day of October, A.D. 1952; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein win be taken
as confessed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of September, 19*2.
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk I the Circuit Court
Dade i '.-:int v. Florida
By: WM, W STOCKING
Deputy clerk
Name and address ol
Plaintiff's Attorney: '
NORMAN R, LY< NS
910-12 Olyinpia Bid*.
Miami, Florida.
i/iz-if-M i" a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153033
BETTY ANN PERKINS. Plaintiff ,
vs.
LUTHER JACKL1SON
PERKINS, JR., I fi ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt: Luther J... kllsi n Perkins, Jr.
You are hi reh iHfl .1 llial a Bill
of Compli Inl f ins i>, en
' led against s an i > du are re-
quired to sen ei ij your Ans-
wer or i adl g thi Bill of Com-
plaint on. '''.. ntiff's 'Attorney.
STEPHEN I". KESSLER, 2200 West
Flaglei si Miami, Fla., and file the
\ ling In the
Ol thi I I k of the i 'In nil
Court on or before the l'th Dav of
October, 1952. it you fall 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 17th day of September
\.D., 1952.
E. B. IJSATilEUMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
. By M C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
9/19-26 10/3-10
' NOT4CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
B1SCAYNE TRAILER SALES
at 7H.I7 N. E. Second Avenue. Miami,
Fla., intend to register said name with
the <:ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT GOLDBBRQER
ELEANOR GOLDDKHGEk
. Owners.
liAX R. SILVER
Attoi my for Applicants
I/2S-30 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER Co., at
223 N. E. 2nd Av,-.. Miami, intends
to register snd name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Had,- County
Florida.
,. ___ RUBEN FRIEDMAN
CHART* iT-cK-.!.-BA-HKAN
Attorney fm- Owner
S47 Seybold Bldg.
/2fi 10/8-10-17 *
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
" NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN rhat
the iuidc!siKne,tJeVfrj|iB to engage In
business under WtJrrkrtMuus name of
Turk motel at 7000 n. w. 27th
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to
register sal*, name-ttltn the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida. ,, .
27 CORP.. a Fhlrhfa corporation
GENET A GENET, ESQS.
Attorneys for 27 Corp.
9/19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152801
Josephine Karambeia, Plaintiff
vs.
Thomas Henry Karambeia
residence unknown, 1 iiiendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Thomas Henry Karambeia
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy- of your Ana-
war or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Stephen F. Kessli r, 2200 West Flagler
St., Miami. Florida, and file the or-
iginal Answei ..: Pleading in the of-
fice "I" the cieik of the Circuit Court
on oi in fore the 3rd day of i Ictobei.
1952. If you fail to do so, judgment by
default ill be taken against ci foi
the iell.f demanded in the BUI of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ltd day of Septe......i.
a.ii. \y:.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
"1< : 'in. Cln lit I 'ourt,
Dade County, Florida
: '5-12-19-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is iieueby GIVEN that
the undersigned, desfrlnft to engage in
I isll ess under the fictitious name ,,i
STONEY PINE TAVERN, at 1629
N. W. 27th AVi Miami, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH SMITH
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler 8L
: 19-28 I.i'3-io
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious name of
STOCKADE SHOW HAH
al .".7:11 N. W. 2nd Ave Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
B17RT JOHNSON
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2210 VV I lagler St.
9/28 1" 3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S QOURT
DADE COUNTY.. FLORIDA
No. 24962
RE: ESTATE OP
PAl'L o. MESSNER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of PAIL o. MESSNER. de-
ceased: and that on the Sth day of
October, 1952, I will apply to the
lion,.: able W. F. RLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge n.- Executrix of the
Estate of PAUL q. MESSNER,-de-
ceased
This 2nd dav of September, 1952.
ROSE MALIK si: ill MESSNER
PA1.LOTT, SILVER and MLLI.OY
Attorneys for BJCOCUtl *
I S-12-19-98
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE MOLLIES BEAUTY BA-
LON. at 1451 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ANNA 1.1 NICK
Sole Owner'
9/12-I9-M 10/S -: ~ "
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i hi ui di n i in I, dealt Ing to n i
business un.ii the Hctitlous ni.......t"
HARARA JEAN MANSIONS
.: 9 .8 Eui lid AVi ity.-. Miami Bi .. I
Florida, Intend to Register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, I lorlda.
Lulls It MILLER
JOAN -i.EViNl:
MORRIS-JCORSIN
1 L'a-^0 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
:-- NANW-tA-vf
XOTICIt.lt IIKRJX'-V GIVEN that
the urinYr.igned. d^sMng to engage in
lmnn.-> -lUidti-Uik. Ji. t it i. s i name of
TINA-MARK Fl-
at i.'m-s. -w. :;ni j register said name with the Clerk of
the ''irenlt Veuit ,of^ i'ade County,
Florida. '^ w"
ERXESTINA AREl*.
fc'ole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the iwdewlgaed, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name Of
CORAL GABLES IHU'il STORE, at
130 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gab-
les, Florida, intemht to register said
name with the Clerh of the Circuit
Court ol DatlB County, Florida.
VAMl'El. QBLBOND
BEN Efe'SEN
923 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florl
Attorney for Samuel Oelbond
: ^i: 10 .:-: i-;7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to in-'-.-.- in
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE BEDDING, at 5H..1 North-
west 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID PULLMAN
ALFRED KRELSLER
Attorney for Owner
9/19-2* l(l/:l-10
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23002
RE: ESTATE OF
MAX COHEN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and pi
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ex-
ecutor of the estate of MAX COHEN,
deceased; and that on the 21th day
of October, 1952, I will applj to the
Honorable County Judges of Dad,-
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillary Executor of the Estate
of MAX 4MHKX, deceased.
This 18th dav of September. I ".'
/s/ HARRY KA11N
formerly known as Harry
Cohen. Ancillary Executor
of the Estate of Max
Cohen, Deceased
MYERS, HKIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Execut-.
9/2S 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lliar
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of"
ACE TV.
at 11104 N. W, 7th Avenue. Miami, in-
tends to register said name with tho
f'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
ROERT B CLIFTON
tat in /.1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious q ,
BISCAYNE GARDENS PRE-SCHoOL
at 7620 Dhkens Avenue, Miami Beai
intends to register said name with the
Clerh of the Circuit court of
Countv, Florida
I.Eo STEINMAN
Sole I IU her
; 12-19-26 I" ::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
icned, di agio eng i -
- h under i he fa-tit lour
GAl GET FAIR, al 100 N i:
Ml iml, Inti nds to res '
sai.i name with the Clerk of tl
cull Court of Hade County I
MAW N'-I'AW SHOES Inc.
BERII 'K. KHAPIRl > .v I RIED
121 Lincoln Road
Attoi nej k '.a A iipllcant
: 26 10/3-1 I-:;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
busipeas under the fictitious name of
MAW V-l'AU' SHOPS, at 100 N K
7!'th Street. Miami, intends to i.
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Had.- Countv. FI ids
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS. Inc.
BERICK, SHAPIRO .v I- RIED
420 Lincoln Road
Attorneys for Applicant
26 I" J-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslg.....I, desiring to engage <|u
business under the fictitious name of
NEW YoUK MARKET (Orocei
11. partments), al 757 llsi
Btreel Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name ith lh I
of the Circuit Court of Pad,- County,
Hoi Ida
s MARK KLOTKIN
- LEON A Sl.nTi
QENET ^' QBNET
neys (>'<' Mark and Leona S
!" ::-l 1-17
von
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Phone 3-7124
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• v,1|p .v fiFPrEMBEH 26, 1952 *Jewist Fk>ridUaun PAGE 3 A luring The Week ...AS I § i. By LEO MINDLIN „,. n ight, I was present at a well-attended forum in the ,,,(•!, of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, f Arthur D. Matthews, of the English Department, Univer,\ijami, discussed John Hersey's novel, The Wall. The entire affair proved to be a revelatory experience on two unls For one thing. Professor Matthews approached tl.e Herf CC0U Qvel from a rather unusual point of view. Generally regardIJ Y "' a work memorialising the heroic Jewish stand against the fc ?3 U qht of the Nazi beast in the Warsaw Ghetto, it was analyzed P ns • in terms of the author's subconscious anti-Semitism, at -, and as an aspect of blatant Jew-hatred, at worst, lion significant, however, was the response with which ProM a tthews met following the conclusion of his talk. He was Jacked by several members of the audience in as vicious a manner ever I have seen. Far from casting doubt either on the compe,i his lecturing ability or on the profundity of his scholarr lh attack ralher amplified a bizarre sort of Jewish sensibility is eenerallv considered to be non-existent. • • • • Miami, Beach Groups To Install Officers Members of the Miami and Miami Beach Divisions of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold a joint luncheon meeting on Wednesday, Octobers 1st, 12:30 p.m., at trie Delano Hotel. Installation of officers of both Divisions will take place dt that time. The program. The Candidates Meet The People, will present information on the Republican and Democratic views on issues in the present political campaign. Shown above is an Israel worker spraying a radio cabinet at the Ben Gal Radio factory in Jaffa. Israel's first radio factory. Ben Gal is growing so rapidly that it will soon occupy a new building near Tel Ariv. Giblin Opposes Supreme Court Packing Plan Strong opposition was expressed here early this week by Circuit Judge Vincent C Giblin to Sclerosis Uroup Meets Twice A program meeting of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association Auxiliary was held early this week at the home of Jeanne Stiebel, 2191 SW 19th Terrace. Members of the committee are: the' proposed amendment to in-I Jeanne Stiebel, chairman, Lillian Novikoff, Lillian Machtey, Carolyn Moore, Jerry Wytias, Irene Silver, Betty Opperman, Mary new Suj£ WALL: IN MEMORIAM No less a reputable critic than David Daiches hailed the appearing' oi the Hersey novel as a worthy monument to the spirit of [wish resistance. At a time when nothing but the degrading memoi submission before Nazi atrocity was left to ponder, Daiches %  w The Wall as a garland on the Ghetto war which brought some hiasure of destruction to the Germans then engaged in the early, Lmphant stages of their Lcbensraum program. There were other critics who regarded Hersey's work in a Limilar manner. They spoke gleefully of Jewish moral indignation %  hat had at long last expressed itself visibly and that served as %  he first buttress against illicit Semitic slaughter. I single out Daiches especially for hit eminence and acumen, as well as for .. fact that, son of Scotland's Chief Rabbi, he is alto active in 5'he forefront of contemporary Jewish philosophic opinion. It |not beyond the realm of possibility that Daiches' spiritual. |en"f cation with the events depicted in The Wall blinded his crit"ease the For.da Supreme Court Kight and made him immune to alternative, equally valid in'"> m seven to ten Justices. lrirc\-!c>ns ol the work such as those expressed by Professor "What we need is more and f t v. Certainly, it is true that World Jewry has been starved better work not more JusUces, creative art in which it plays a major role. Extant, modern S^oes'tfore^he'vote^Tf jvels portraying Jews as significant characters in the larger fabric Florida s in special democratic their design employ them as symbols of the exile who, by virtue %  primary on October 14th. On that Iheir peculiar history, have been unable to attain an accepted ^ aie there is to be a i %  -.;. in the social milieu. Thus. Daiches. along with his co-religionists, seized upon the iersey novel and regarded it as a vehicle for the Jew as hero. Sesking in the image of an awakened desire for self-determination, lauded The Wall for its realistic recording of the first Jewish, oncer: ?d effort to oppose tyranny. He made much of a tenuous distinction between Hersey's delineation of the vigorous Ghetto ilave who would not submit without defending himself and other %  heroes framed in the stereotype of the Jewish milquetoast. It must be remembered, however, that literary criticism relures rigid objective method. Those, who like Daiches saw The Vail in its most sublime aspect, did not attain such a degree of imprtiality. IE WALL AS ANTI-SEMITISM P lessor Matthews had no quarrel with the heroic nature of tto resistance. Indeed, he began with the supposition that h -land was replete with historical and spiritual signifiknee worthy of an epic poem. Like other critics, he also emphaized t i value of moral indignation practically expressed. Bui unlike them. Professor Matthews did not confuse the ex[perience of history with its artistic re-creation. He saw no necesIsary connection between the exalted Ghetto war and Hersey's Iportrayal of it in The Wall; the novel's subject matter for him did [not guarantee the work, at large, as a successful expression of it. [Contrarily. Professor Matthews attempted to show The Wall as [*n example of subtle anti-Semitic literature. This, suparficially. jis certainly an astounding approach. Yet. the salient points he [chose lo underscore his thesis are beyond argument. N matter what intellectual level of accomplishment a baiter Ittains. the method he employs revolves around specific, elemental inciples. Manifestations of them find their differences only in I Most often, the anti-Semite accuses the Jew of cowardice knd isolationism. More recently, he has taken to regard him as an kvid nationalist. The alleged characteristic of cowardice is either Ihysical or moral. In either case, it is implied that the Jew shuns CO urt increase, his supporters mM* uch prefers to have others do his work for him and will not I dicated h *^ this^week. Mane i.p before any sort of attack. The charge of isolationism is an aspect of spiritual and intellectual superiority and the belief that Jews are inbred. Assimilationists generally adhere to this theory while secretly apologizing for their anti-Semitism. The problem of nationalism has [arisen with the recent establishment of the State of Israel; all --•wish efforts to secure the tafety of their homeland in the face i 0 an antagonistic Moslem world are now called "nationalistic". j No mention, of course, is made of the conflict in terms between nationalism and isolationism and the virtual impossibility of being [both at once. Profesdbr Matthews showed these baiting attitudes as active proponents of John Hersey's novel, The Wall. The cowardice was Expressed in the Ghetto inhabitants' unwillingness to participate in {he fighting and when practically vanquished by the Nazis, to act as hostages. The virtues of assimilationism were extolled by the hero in a moment of reverie, when he felt that, afterall, the gradual effacement of the Jew by cultural diffusion would cause the problem of anti-Semitism to disappear. While the subtle accusalion ne —-.: f • i _*!_ U UAwav'a hulfl? ;(S a Judge Vincent Giblin preme Court Justice nominated for the vacancy which occurred as a result of the recent death of Justice Roy Chapman. Ellen Bergen and Sara Fagin. A regular meeting of the Auxiliary followed on Wednesday at the residence of Harry J. Miller, 789 NW 13th Avenue. Tropical Lodge Has Clean Up Time Clean Up Hime, is the slogan adopted by the Reactivation Corps of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, when workers call on delinquent members through Sunday, October 5th. Max Breslow, heading a group of key members, announced this week his committee includes A. Budd Cutler, Irwin Goldhoff and Sam B. Berger, who will comb the Miami Beach and Surfside communities. Sam Kessler, Leonard Lifshutz. Dr. Lester Gordon and Frank Zieve will be in charge of Miami ar.d the Coral Gables area. Zamora Center Classes For twirls Classes for girls have been instituted at the Zamora Jewish Center, according to an announcement early this week. The curriculum includes conversational Hebrew, explication of customs and tradition and preparation for Bas Mitzvah. The Candidates Vie For North Miami Posts By last Tuesday evening, nine persons in North Miami qualified to become candidates for positions on the City Council. The contestants will vie for three positions currently open. Running for re-election are incumbents John L. Ricciardelli and William J. Ryan. Jack H. Keefe, whose term is expiring, said early Tuesday that he would not seek another term. Also seeking one of the three available positions is North Miami Mayor Joseph E. Ludick, since his office will be abolished under the new form of government. „ Other candidates include Curtiss B. Hamilton, Ward E. King, James G. Miller, Fred Palmer, Thomas Sasso and Walter J. Smith. The election is scheduled for October 14th. SUCCOTH FESTIVAL Months before Justice Chapclasses meet on Wednesdays and man's death and his own decisI Thursdays, 4:30 p.m., and remain ion to enter the Supreme Court HIBISCUS LODGE AUDITORIUM Al!on Rd. at 10th St. Guests of Honor race, Judge Giblin spoke vigorously, and on many public occasions, against the proposed n of nationalism became a prophetic one in Hersey's hands as a 'ef character Hiving thenmmo nf militarism in a future Jewisn %  'haracter divined the coming of militarism phi Mate. • • • • • SENSITIVITY AND AGGRESSION One may or may not accept Professor Matthaws interpretation The Wall. At times, I felt he applied motives to Hersey which infused malicious intent with ignorance. In his proof that the novel did little or no justice to the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. ^ singled out as an example the author's application of the Golden Rule to Christian philosophical thinking when it might have been plearly traced further back to Jewish ethical writing. Such expressions of seeming anti-Semitism can at •*•".'• regarded in the light of Hersey's intellectual shortcomings. Wnai ever one', attitude, however, the response with which Professor Matthews met following his lecture appeared inexcusable. wu tions pertaining to his personal religious affiliation arose. He was accused of spiritual non-identification by a host of |MPJy*g' nted never having read The Walt It wat ^ m i"* *** £!l ha P he. rather than Hersey. regarded the Warsaw Battle in toss Judge Giblin, they said, is taking his campaign directly to the people and asking them to become actively interested in judicial affairs in their state. He points to "intolerable and costly delays" in the courts, and believes that the Supreme Court of Florida should become more efficient. His own record on the Circuit I tne book. The Road To Happiness Court Bench in Dade County has And Health Through Vegetarbecome nationally known. SpokI ianism. by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, esmen for the Giblin campaign j M ^ ml w ^ n ., leading vegetarpointed out that every court ac^ aut hor and founder of the tion before the candidate has I Spinoza Outdoor Forum here, diheen concluded in 90 days or less,, vided his most recent work into been conciuaea i !" u r concermn g lt self in session for one hour. Students attending the newly organized classes may also participate in the Sunday sessions concerned with arts, crafts and drama which meet at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Rochelle Ross is in charge. Translate Dr. Wolfson Work Into Japanese Announcement has been made in Tokyo, Japan, that Dr. Sanehide Komaki, member of the faculty of the Kyoto Pharmaceutical College, is currently translating and this record has won him widespread acclaim. "It is .well known," a top supporter said here, "that the socalled little man, the litigant with I three parts, each concerning with aspects of mental, physical and spiritual health. Beth David Social Beth David Sisterhood will hold n extended Ij^^J^tS^S^ at 9 p.m. Mrs. Samuel Plotkin is chairman, with Mrs. Murry Kossman, assisting. legal battles, benefits greatly from the type of court procedures instituted by Judge Giblin." than heroic terms. ... ... .--. _,. This outburst emphasized for me Jewish sensitivity toward selfanalysis and the rapidity with which non-Jews become suspiciously regarded when they enter into frank discussion of Jewish issues. It seemed suddenly that Hersey's symbolic use of a wall as an expression of superiority and isolationism had some glimmering of truth Professor Matthews' opinions were intrusive elements for members of the audience, and the aggressive manner with which they were met belied the traditional belief that Jews shun conflict as an inferior means of human inter-action and as unbecoming their mission here on earth. 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The legitimate powers of govism in the year 5712 was the action of the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the released time system in New York City. In this decision, which is substantially at variance with the prior Supreme Court action on the Vashti McCollum case, the court held that the New York City released time system did not violate the constitution, because religious instruction was not held on school premises and did not involve any ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Fla. -• %  >>-B"""ciie powers or gov-— %  — """ u,u llut uivoive any ernment extend to such acts only dlrec t participation by public as are injurious to others, but it I sch o1 authorities. There can be A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons S. K. VAim Plumbing and Heating Contractors Septic Tanks 4615 LE JEUNE ROAD CORAL GABLES Phone 4-2580 Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Levl Plumbing Co. 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Its significance is further illuminated when one considers that the opposite tendency led to the execution under civil authority of persons proclaimed to be heretics in the religious courts of the Inquisition and to the brutal punishment of religious dissenters by the Massachusetts Puritans. Religious freedom, which in the long run stands or falls with the wall between Church and State, is an issue of vital concern to all American citizens. To Jews, as members of a minority religious group who suffer first the persecutions of intolerance, it is* particularly sensitive area. For this reason, Jewish leaders have been among the foremost in the constant struggle for the maintenance of this separation, and they are united on this issue as on almost no other. The year since last Yom Kippur has seen two major developments in the field of' Church-State relationships and 4he number of less dramatic events which promise, however, extremely interesting repercussions in the years ahead. The major victory in the maintainance of Church-State separation was the verdict by the U.S. Supreme Court declaring that the State of New York could not prohibit exhibition of the motion picture. The Miracle, merely because it was deemed sacrilegious by Cath00 question that the court's decision in this case represented a setback to all those who felt that the separation of Church and State is a doctrine requiring broad and vigorous interpretation. The court justified its action by the observation that public facilities or monies were not being used for the New York City released time program, while avoiding the entire issue of the divisiveness which such a program introduces among school children and the coercion which the very existence of the program exercises on the children. It would be naive to ignore the atmosphere in which this decision was adopted: the violent and vigorous sectarian condemnation of the Supreme Court's 1948 decision in the McCollum case, and the concomitant reticence and caution of many leaders who supported the McCollum decision. The schools, because of their influence on the developing youth of the country, continue to be a major battleground in this Church-State struggle. On two occasions during the past year, a minor crisis was reached on the issue of Bible reading in the public schools—that is, whether it is constitutional ar.d proper to have sections of a sectarian Bible read to the children by school authorities, during school hours. For technical reasons, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to reject a New Jersey decision upholding a statute which provided for reading of the Bible and recitation of the Lord's Prayer in the public schools. The court, however, did not decide whether or not the statute was constitutional. Also in New Jersey, a case was instituted by a Catholic and a Jewish parent to prohibit the distribution of trie Protestant New Testament in the public schools by the Gideon Society. A temporary injunction was obtained and the case is expected to come to trial this Fall. In other states, objections by Jewish leaders resulted in a refusal by school authorities to allow distribution of the New Testament. On the positive side in New Jersey, the Legislature enacted a FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY GREETINGS MAINTEMAIVCE, Incorporated SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRISH. Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florida Phone 82-7531 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Furman of the CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP Phone 5-2127 745 Washington Avenue Resort Wear for Men and Children MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON GILBERT* of the Southern Fruit Shippers 739 WASHINGTON AVE. EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR olic groups. 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Nationwide agitation for "more religion" in the public schools, which were under attack as "secularist," led to a campaign for socalled non-sectarian Diayers to be recited by school children. The New York State Board of Regents adopted a resolution recommending that children in the public schools begin each day with such a prayer. All of the Jewish organizations in the City (Continued on Pftxt Page) GUST BROS RvV Is th.n, w HOTEL MARTINIQUE WHERE SERVICE AND HOSPITALITY NEVER END EVERY ROOM AIR CONDITIONED WITH INDIVIDUAL CONTROL ON THE OCEAN AT '6 4th STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 86-5711 --mum A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Canton Poultry Co., Inc., of Florida WHOLESALE POULTRY Fresh-Frozen — Ready Cuts All Items in Poultry Specialties 2181 N.W .10th AVENUE MIAMI PHQNE 82-8513 I. W. C. Hale GREETINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS Commercial Oil Corporation I. A. Moore FOR SERVICE CALL 7-2169 10300 N.W. 7th AVE. MIAMI. 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Ibewiislb-IHlioicildliiauR KnAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1952 SEC. B FIVE YOUNG SCIENTISTS AND AN OLDER ONE faking lime out from his world-important researches to say hollo to a younger generation in science Professor Albert Einstein, shown in his study at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. lew Jersey. With him are five Yeshiva University graduates, winners of National Science Founlation fellowships for post-gradual) study in chemklry, physics, mathematics and medicine, who ravelled lo Princeton to receive the world-fern ad scientist's congratulations. Professor Einstein. ho recently was named honorary chairman of the University's projected $25,000,000 Medical School nd Center, told the boys that "scientific skill alone will never benefit mankind until it is joined a thorough understanding of human values." Shown from left to right: Arthur Taub. of Brookrn; Kurt Eisemann. New York City: Simon Aus.Ur. Highland Park. New Jersey; Professor Einjein: William Frank, and Seymour Aronson. both of Brooklyn. ionstitotioH Party Denies Charge Of Anti-Semitism PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The vly formed Constitution Party, bich seeks the election of GenDuuglas MacArthur as Present and Senator Harry Byrd as President of the United ates. is not anti-Semitic even lough its statement of principles Ills for preservation of "our Bristia n heritage," its new airman. New York broker Halurton Fales, insisted last week, lis statement came after Mrs. pzanne Silvercryps Stevenson, ulptress and a founder of the fcrty. resigned with Percy L. % eaves Jr., as co-chairman of Party, charging that its statetnt of principles "sounded like ti-Sen.itism." ales said the two had not regrurl but had been deposed and the reference to "Christian fcritage'' meant a heritage of |ood will" and was not conrued as an affront to any relious group. Irs. Stevenson, sister of the felg.an Ambassador and former |esident of the Minute Women the United States, said that would have no part in "any Dvemtr.t which seems to me to o ti eped in bigotry." She lied her resignation was due an announcement made here Lpton Close, known for his %  ti-Jewish sentimeots,. wbo said was speaking for the Constithe Party would seek to persuade members of the electoral college to vote for General MacArthur for President. Meanwhile, a MacArthur for President Rally in Denver sponsored by Gerald L. K. Smith's Christian Nationalist Party was converted into an anti-Semitic demonstration this week when Don Lohbeck, one of Smith's key aides and principal speaker at the meeting, launched into an attack on the "internationalistZionist-Jewish combine" and bitterly assailed the Jews. Lohbeck, who distributed petitions to get the names of General MacArthur for President and Jack Tenney, of Los Angeles, on the Colorado ballot, said he was confident that MacArthur would accept the nomination by the Party's National Convention. He deplored the fact that his Vice Presidential candidate, Tenney, appeared on local petitions of the Constitution Party as Presidential candidate. It is reported that 93 people attended the rally at a local hotel. Meanwhile, a chain letter campaign addressed to "f*How Christians" has been laupcher in Chicago to secure the writing in on the November presidential ballot of the name of General Douglas MacArthur. The letter describes MacArthur Mn_Partv and declared that supporters as "C hristians united -1 in a sacred cause" and declares that "it is our Christian obligation" to write in MacArthur's name. It asks recipients to fill out a form pledging themselves to vote for MacArthur and says "your write-in will prove that United Christians can and will regain control of our country. Initiator of the campaign is John W. Moore, Chicago, who describes himself as "Illinois Coordinator" of the "Fighters for MacArthur" headed by John B. Chappie of Ashland, Wisconsin. Moore also calls himself a "volunteer worker" for Joseph Kamp, Conde McGinley, Gerald B. Winrod and others. Capitol Spotlight BY MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—Loyalty and security programs have caused Jews to be "frequently" singled out ts victims of unfounded suspicion. This was revealed in a scientific analysis of the impact of measures aimed against subversives. The analysis was based on a series of intensive interviews of Federal employees and university professors. Findings were published in the Yale Law Journal by two of the nation's leading psychologists. They are Dr. Sluart W. Cook, chairman of New York University's Gradual* Psychology Depsrtrr.sr.t. and Dr. Marie Jahods. who has done reseaich on anti-Semitism for the American Jewish Committee. In one of the interviews, a university professor was asked to think of one of his colleagues of whose loyalty he was conviced, but to assume that this colleague had learned that his loyalty was doubted. The professor selected a colleague who was Jewish and foreign-born. He explained that his selection was guided by a desire to keep the situation as 'natural" as possible. "He assumed," the report said, that a foreign-born Jew was more likely to be the target of an unfounded accusation than anyone else among his colleagues." The report told of a man who was charged with holding Communist meetings in his home—a charge of which he was finally cleared. "In the couru of the investigation." the psychologists reported, "it came out that a neighbor had heard songs in a strange language from the man's house. Curious about this, he looked through trie window and saw what he considered strange behavior. A group of people were sitting in a circle on the floor and singing. He concluded that since Communists were strange and tba scene observed was strange, the two strange elements must be identical. The result was that what was in fact a Zionist meeting was reported as Communist." This taught, said the psychologists, that the present atmosphere in Washington is such that one may be suspected of Communism and subjected to the tortures of investigation merely because people sing songs in a foreign language. It was concluded that this incident helped create such an atmosphere of fear that "the final clearance might not have been sufficient to undo the feeling among his friends that it was not even safe to have a Zionist group meet at a private house and sing their songs," In talking to the government workers, psychologists assured them of anonymity. Some feared to cooperate. Others condemned the entire security program with such phrases as "Gestapo methods," "just like in Germany," and "in fighting totalitarianism in Russia, we are becoming lotaliierian ourselves." Fear of McCarthyism was widely admitted. OlBa Federal worker said. "If Communists like apple pie. and I do. I see no reason why I should stop eating it. But I would." The report indicated that many Federal employees live in terror of being found with the "wrong" literature in their homes. Some man said quite seriously that, in view of the situation, a government worker should join nothing tut "the Knights of Columbus, and perhaps, the Masons." Another withdrew from the American Veterans Committee because he was afraid it might develop in a "radical direction." It was found that "informal pressures" were "enforcing conformity to the new climate of thought." Not only Jews but Negroes and the foreign-born were frequently named as targets of uncertified accusations. Other groups considered by those interviewed lo be sometimes falsely accused •as pro-Red included "people vitally interested in problems such as racial conflict, reduction of poverty and furtherance of human rights intellectuals liberals people with fcreipn-sounding names." Interest in the loyalty program is mounting because millions of Americans and resident aliens will be required after December 24th to meet the vaguely-detined requirements of the McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration act. This act was opposed as potentially dangerous to foreign-born Jews and others. The government is already using its de.T2nd for "ethnic" classifications as a iustification for listing Jews as such on visa applications. President Truman vetoed the act, but a security-conscious Congreess voted to override his veto. The victory of Senator McCarthy in the Wisconsin primary indicated an endorsement of McCarthyism by a majority of Republicans in that state. The psychologists have just begun to measure the erosion of freedom caused by McCarthy-inspired thinking which blurs the vital difference between Communists and liberals. Dr. Jadoha is undertaking, with the approval of the American Psychological Association, a more intensive research project to study the loyalty program to evaluate a development described as an increasing tendency toward suspicion of minority groups. In a speech at Milwaukee last year, Herman Edelsberg, Washington Anti-Defamation League director, said that McCarthy has been severely criticized by many church groups—Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish—for his "reckless use of blanket charges of Communism which have created confusion, disunity, and susDicion at a time of national crisis, and these make a climate which the professional bigots exploit for their subversive ends." Announcing the Opening oi Miami's Newest TYPEWRITER STORE High Quality and Fair Price* Our Motto. Try U and Find Out. We Will Not Knowingly Be Undersold. Adding Machine.. Typewriter, and Calculator*. AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. 3 NX SECOND AYE. TELEPHONE 34441 Mr. R. Friedman. Man***' Marines Attend Services, Socials In Hollywood Thirty marines from Opa Locka, who spent the Rosh Hashona Holidays in Hollywood, were guests at three socials sponsored by the Broward County Chapter, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. After religious services at the Hollywood Jewish Community Center on Friday evening and again on Sunday evening, the servicemen were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Korda, 1726 Madison Street. Miette, the daughter of the Kordas, is a member-in-training of the Youth Group. On Saturday evening after services, a get-together was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Taylor, 1841 Adams Street. The Taylor's son, Jerry, is a member of B'nai B'rith Young Men. Daughter, Sandra, is a member of B'nai B'rith Girls. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, of the Jewish Community Center, is Chaplain at the Opa Locka Base. The servicemen will also attend Yom Kippur services at the Center. %  -•• ->^ pjpjsBj__aaj______ ZZ'ii&Zfi&'^^x^.!" .?-?-•^igi^ffiry5igis@s



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I^aV. SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 vJewisli ncrtdfan PAGE 11 A fnai Brith Plans Membership Campaign Organiaztion Meet; Kroloff To Speak PI ns for the annual 1952 GO (Greater Order) B'riai B'rith MemL.r^"rampaisn in South Florida will be completed at a gigantic E nff organizational meeting on Monday, October 6th, 8:15 p.m., Lk Kine Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel, it has been announclb Sidney M Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of ith Florida. ... vvrote speaker will be Max Kroloff. of Washington. D.C., tonal director Of Membership Programs for B-nai B'rith. tidents and membership rep%  JBve, of all B'na B'rith ', L"dfies and Women's Chap|n South Florida will attend October 6th planning session. U u Fisher, of Roanoke, Virn tary of District Grand lcc No. 5, B'nai B'rith, will tress the session and assist in Membership Campaign plans. j Kaplan, past president of •th Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, been selected as coordinator he South Florida Membership mpaign which is designed to ist total support of the Jewish •y here. Scplaining that there will be bilizations of manpower he Membership Camign, ;, esident Aronovitz urged ration of all B'nai B'rith ,..,„ In the GO effort. -B'nai is greater strength in ,,. perform even greater vice to our community. We I n extensive program of •vjci iii,,! accounts for our L, v the largest Jewish mass I organization in the Irld." ne said. The GO membership solicitaI will extend from Ocber 17th through December coinciding with the celebtion of B'nai B'rith's 109th l: iry. plax N. Kroloff, featured speakOctober 6th kick-off distinguished recj ol ith in the nation f: the American Jewunity. He is a former fe dent of AZA. B'nai • youth movement, and tiv winm r <>f that organs' ioi natioi al oratorical conV >• vi ral years, he was t rial director of the \ League. I. a in Chicago. Kro. headed that city's largest nai B'rith Lodge and was twice psident of the Chicago B'nai tith C lUncil. More recently, he. ks in business in Atlanta, where 1 served as president of Gate %  ty Lodge and was Anti-DefaJtion League chairman for the lutheasK rn B'nai B'rith Disict. He was a member of the jcal Affairs Committee of the Jlanta Chamber of Commerce of the Board of the Atlanta deration of Jewish Social ServIKro!'.;: is also a mem ber of the Appoint Rabbi M*s-li'loi*f To Advisory Group Appointment was made this week of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, by the Rabbinical Council of America to serve on its National Advisory Committee. Formation of the Committee was authorized at the meeting of the Executive of the RCA in New York City. Make-up of the National Advisory Committee will be sectional in nature, representative of every part of the country, it was Max N. Kroloff National Executive Committee of the Joint Defense Appeal and, before leaving Atlanta, was Southeastern Public Relations Consultant for Brandeis University at Waltham, Massachusetts. IMP IT* Rabbi loseoh E. Rackoysky 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phon 5-3595 Let Giblin Supporters View V-G Day < October 14th was designated V-G Day by Campaign Manager Irving Cypen as he called on more than 100 members of the Miami Beach Executive Committee "to combine their efforts to 1 make that day a victorious one in 1 our campaign to elect Judge Vincent Giblin to the Florida Supreme Court." Speaking nt the first Breakfast Rallv of the newly formed Committee early Tuesday. Cypen outlined a plan for "getting the VOt| er to the polls on that off-day special election date." and introduced the Circuit Court Judge to the group 'assembled at the Royal i Palm Hotel to map strategy plans 1 for the forthcoming primary. "We shall strive to make V-G Day just as important as it sounds," Cypen said, "so that all voters will be made conscious of the date and responsive to their responsibility to vote at that timeas in all elections." The campaign director said he was opposed to the conventional "workers at the polls os election day. Instead, let us all .station ourselves at busy thoroughfares, in front of large meeting places on Tuesday, the 14th, and direct our friends and fellow citizens to the polls. Once he's at the polls a voter has done his duty: the important thing is to get him to go there. We have no fear of how he'll vote. %e simply want to run up a tremendous vote." Judge Giblin subsequently promised a fighting campaign "to win this imoortam eleetion' and reiterated his pledge to elevate the Bench to its rightful place of honor in the nation. Among guests at the Breakfast, which will be repeated every Tuesday until election, were Mayor D. Lee Powell and Councilman Melvin Richard, of Miami Beach, Councilman James Wendler and Eugene Schwartz, of Surfside, and Harry Zukernick, president of the Miami Beach Bar Association. The Greater Miami Jtewish Federation receives a $500 gift from the estate of the late Jacob M. Seidenberg. Federation Treasurer Charles Fruchtman (latt) is shown accepting the check from Isaac Joffee. attorney for the Seidenberg estate. Federation is the community-planning zgency which annually raises funds for Israel Relief and for support of 40 national and 7 local health and welfare institutions. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff reported here. Rabbi Mescheloff is to serve as head of the Southeastern region. The Committee will also serve in an advisory capacity to the RCA. in studying and analyzing regional religious trends and national needs of traditional Jewry Rabbi Theodore L. Adams, of Jersey City. New Jersey, is president. ^HOROWITZMARGARETEN A T Z O H S WORRY About Your FOOD Complete Catering Service outthil Hors D'oeuvrea Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS I d, t .V', ainment and 1 other for, arr,,n9ed for Tour ,or mai and inf 0rmal Bffalr I.OHTP! ONE ***** HTS UNOAV8 A HOLIDAYS **W $ h I5U. CATERERS •• 7tn st. Off Miami A... Southern Section JWB I To Meet November 8th The Southern Section of the I National Jewish Welfare Board 1 will hold its Seventh Annual 1 Convention at the Roosevelt Hotel and Jewish Community Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, on November 8th through 10th, according to word received here from Dr. William A. Wexler. president of the Southern Section — JWB. 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COOK |933 Everglades Concourse PHONE 86-8041 RENTALS — SALES [MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES WITH BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR • and Mrs. Leon Kay* and Son 420 LINCOLN ROAD DULANEY'S MIAMI BEACR Inc. [ F O O D MARKET P W. 41st Si Ph. 5-8441 Name Rabin Education Head At Beach Center Samuel Friedland, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, has announced the appointment of Saul Rabin as educational director and director of Youth Activities for the Center Religious School. Rabin came to the Center after six years as principal of the Temple Beth El Religious Sc^.ooi fai Rochester, New York. While studying for AB degree at Brooklyn College, he pursued his Hebrew education at the Teachers' .Institutes of Yeshiva Isaac Elcharron and Herzeliah. After serving in the A is Corps, Rabin continued, his studies and received the MA degree in Education at the University of Rochester. While at Temple Beth El, Rabin published a Hagaddah for children which he expects to publish in similar form for the Center Religious School. Rabin is active in the Educators' Assembly of the United Synagogue of America and the Jewish Relations Committee on Scouting. GREETINGS I ''aramoont Soda Shop |253 East Flaaler Street Miami. Florida Phone 3-9244 B'nai B'rith Council Participates In Citizenship Day Here Individual American flags provided by the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida were presented to newly-naturalized American Citizens at a Citizenship Day Program held recently in the Dade County Auditorium under the sponsorship of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion. H. Jack Miller, Americanism chairman of B'nai B'rith Council, Sidney M. Aronpvitz, president of the Council, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida Anti-Defamation League director, cooperated in the B'nai B'rith participation in the annual Citizenship Day program. Miller, Alan B. Kessler and Bernard Liberman, members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, took part in a special dramatization of the Bill of Rights. Featured speakers were Major General Louis B. Hershey and United States Senator George A. Smathers. Federal Judges John W. Holland and George Whitehurst also took part in the program. Henry Hallam, Americanism chairman of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion, was in charge. .Molli Greene Succumbs Here Mrs. Mollie Greene, 54, active in Miami Beach communal organizations, died here on Sept. 11th. Mrs. Greene was a local resident for 27 years and lived at 244 Biscayne Boulevard. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Rebecca Lodge, she also was affiliated with the Retail Merchants' Association of Miami Beach, Miami Chamber of Commerce, Children's National Cardiac Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged and the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.. Surviving are her father, two brothers and a sister. Services were on Sunday at the Gordon Funeral Chapel. Miami Beach, burial in New York. Announce New Course Here Announcement of the appointment of Miss Marion Rubinstein as moderator of the new Advertising In Action course was made last week, by Charron Williams Commercial College, sponsors, at the McAllister Hotel starting Thursday, October tod. Twenty-seven known personalities in selling, advertising and public relations will be guest speakers at the sessions scheduled for Thursday evening from October tod to January 22nd. Obituaries ETHEL S. WAItMAN 67, of 701 10th Street, Miami Beach, died on September lth. A resiueni hre for the past eight years, she II survived by her husbanil, Benjamin, one son, I ..miD. Small, one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Libowiti, two brothers, four sisters and two grandchildren. Services were on September 22ni, at the Miami Beach. Riverside Chapel, with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky ofilciatmg. Interment was on Mount Sinai Cemetery. JOHN BAKER of 9580 West Bay Harbor Drive, died on September 20th. A resident here for the past five years, he Is survived by his wife. Mary, and one brother, Edward. Remains were sent to New York City for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. JACK MANNES 3ft. of 700 l..-ri..\ Avenue, Miami Beach, died on September 20th. A resident here for the past three years, he is survived by his wife. Florence, one daughter. Stephanie, three brothers, Barnet, Irving and Morris, anil two sisters, Mrs. Ann Goldberg and Mrs. Estelle Arny. Services were on September 23rd, at the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with the Jewish People's Fraternal Order in charge. Interment was on Mount Sinai Cemetery. HENRY E. LEIFERT 69, of 8024 Harding Avenue, died on September 20th. He is survived by his wife, Florence, one son, Stephen, one daughter. Mrs. Harriet L Williams, and four grandchildren, Henry B. Jr., Douglas I... and Thomas R. Williams and Donna Jeanne Lelfert. Services were on September 22nd, at the Miami Beach Riverside Chanel, with Rabbi Jacob Kaplan officiating. JOSEPH PINACK 70, of 1012 Collins Avenue, died on September 21st. A resident here for the past 17 years, he Is survived by his wife, Ida. Mr. Plnack was a veteran of the Spanish-American War, a member of the West Lake I-odge No. 392, Free and Accepted Mason* and the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Services were on September 23rd, at the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with Rabbi Irving I^hrman officiating. Interment was on Mount Nebo Cemetery. REBECCA ASKINOSS 62. of 2039 SW lth Terrace, died September 6th. A resident here for the past five years, she is survived by her husband, Samuel, a son, Milton, and two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Kahn and Mrs. Ruth Cooper. She also leaves her mother. Mrs. Anna Hart, and four brothers. Ernie. Harry, Mannle and Bernard, three sisters, Mrs. Mary Rodins. Mrs. Nora Llchtenburg and Mrs. Nettle Jacobson. Services were In the Gordon Funeral Home Chapel, with Rabbi Shmaryahu Swlrsky officiating. Interment was on Mount Sinai Cemetery. MORRIS BERXIBR 62, of 3321 SW 21st Street, passed away here In a local hospital. He Is survived by his wife. Esther. one son. Dave, and a daughter. Mrs. LJIHan Saffer. He also leaves two grandchildren. Funeral services were on Sunday at "The Miami Riverside with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Interment was on Mount Nebo CemeSARAH LASKY 66, of 801 NE 82nd Street, passed away on September 3rd. In a local hospital. She Is survived by one son, Mortimer, two daughters. Mrs. Pauline QuerIdo and Mrs. Betty Eldson. two sisters. Mrs. F. J. Tepper and Mrs. Samuel Gross, and four grandchildren, Marian. Alan. Eleanor and Amy Querldo. Services were on Sunday at "The Miami Riverside ". with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Interment was on Mount Sinai Cemetery. WILLIAM SPECTOR of 2421 SW 23rd Terrace, passed away here In a local hospital He Is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Florence Kaufman and Mrs. Sadie Klansner. He aUo leaves three grandchildren. James and WlUlarn Kapfman and Jerry Klausner. Remains were sent to Brooklyn. New York, for servlcea and Interment by 'The Miami Riverside". TO ALL ... HOLIDAY GREETINGS EDMUND G. YISCHI REAL ESTATE Your North Miami Coxincilman 847 NX 125th St. Pk


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L rn v grPTEMBER 26. 1952 *Jewisti h>rkMt*n PAGE 7 A. .nouncc Betrothal ,r Pout. Perry L S adie Pont of 2611 SW 5th Lmie Miami, announces the Cement of her daughter, hel to Rene Perry, son of Mr. la Mrs. I Porozowski, Paris, Efwedding will take place on LvembHKith at the Beth David KJogue, with Rabbi Max Shako officiating. iMiss Ponl is a past president VihP Florida State Federation of I". B'rith Women Chapters, E? president of the Emma LaIrus Chapter. Business and ProL.onal Chapter of B'na. B'rith Ed D ast vice chairman of the Cater Miami Jewish Federation Eve of the Young Adult Divibn. Iche is a graduate of the Miami faior High School arid taught Juiday School in Beth David, Kit re she graduated as a teachl For the past year. Miss Pont Li been living in New York, and J on the staff of the National loadcastine Company. lMr. Perry received his educaJon in Paris, France, where he Iceived his degree as an Apbinted Agtnt in Foreign Trade the French Government. He |a Private Secretary at the Thlais de LElysee under the fesidemv of Albert Ltbrun. He Afiss Ethel Pont also served in the French Army during World War II. Currently, he is Import Traffic Manager of Dorf International Ltd.. Custom Brokers in New York. He has been in this country five years. The couple .will make their home in New York. Richard Steinberg To Be Bar Mitzvah Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg, 1851 SW 14th Street, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, September 27th, 9 a.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah attend? Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is in the Eighth Grade. He is also a violinist in the school orchestra and an operator in the Film Club. At the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, the Bar Mitzvah is a Junior Rabbi. He will conduct services tomorrow morning, read from the Scroll of Law and address the Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony, with an Open House tendered by the Steinbergs in the Bar Mitzvah's honor taking place from 4 to 9 p.m., in the afternoon. Grandparents are Mrs. Sonia Steinbeig, Miami, and Mr,s. Ida Shapiro, Englewood, New Jersey. Miss Rhena Jacobson Jaoobson, Litt To Wed .January ISth The engagement of their daughter, Rhena, to Bernard Litt has been announced by the brideelect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson, 1152 SW 23rd Avenue, Miami. Miss Jacobson attended Miami High School and the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mr. Litt graduated Irom -Von Steuben High School, Chicago, Illinois, and attended De Pauw University and Columbia College of Broadcasting. The couple will wed January 18th. Adult Social Group The Adult Social Group of the Miami Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will sponsor an Entertainment and Dance tomorrow evening, September 27th, 9 p.m., on the Center Patio. BABY-SITTER Middle-aged woman would like osition baby-iitting in S. W. fdion. Call Bella Weinberg. 13-3717. WIDOW Hone, dependable, neat type. tie businesswoman in good cirHimstances. Can help. What hare kM to of..T? Write: Ma DBox p973. Miami 18. WANTED Voman. live in. care 2 small boy*. plain cooking, light housework. P£e other harp. 1915 So. Miami W, Bus 1. Ph. 9-6181. P"tnon ]c i'-nno7 PARKWAY ^ %  ^— '. >~ij^^*i •>., Kosher "S S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-08*8 MR. EMPLOYER If you need help Phone us please—9-0006 Thank you DE LUXE PLACEMENT A.bert H. Jeavons, Owner Judy Shapiro, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. David Shapiro. 1345 North Venetian Way. has returned from a scholarship trip to Israel awarded her by the Zionist Youth Commission. Miss Shapiro went to the new state early this summer witn a group of Young Jdeans from every part of the United States, where sh studied Jewish history and participated in the agricultural and cul.uxmi activities of the kibbuix. tvJGUST BRO ?, RYr NOW AIR CONDITIONED Mr. and Mrs. Jose Tenenbaum are spending their honeymoon at the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach. The former Miss Estela Rapaport. of Mexico City, was a law student at the University of Mexico when the bridegroom met her in the Deportivos Yisrosl Club. The wedding took place at the Temple Nidjei on September 61h. in the presence of 20 attendants and some 400 gu-asts. The couple will make their home in Guatemala, where Mr. Tenenbaum is engaged in the steal construction business. Richard Steinberg Israelite Center Meeting The Israelite Center will hold a regular meeting at the Center on Tuesday, October 7th, 8:30 p.m. Hy Morris will preside. Nominations lor officers will take place. Crippled Children The Board of Directors of the Crippled Children's Society opened the new season at a meeting early this week. In addition to the adoption of the annual budget', committees wre appointed lor the coming year. Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grossberg. of Houston. Texas, announcethe birth oi their son, Michael Lee, last September 7th. -* Off for his Junior Year at Emory University Pre-Medica! School is Saniord Kimball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimbal). Mrs. Molly Green, formerly of 1780 Marseille Drive, hat. returned from a three-month vacation and is now at home a* 1561 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach. %  i —>*<** Rabbi Ettinger Has Rites For New Son David Synagogue; Mayer Abram owitz, of the North Shore .Jewish Center; Joseph E. Rackovsky. o1 the Beth Tfilah Synagogue; Mos es Mescheloff, of the Beth Jacob Synagogue; and Rabbi E. Komin itsky. Rabbi Ettinger is the newly appointed spiritual Jeader of thNorth Dade Jewish Center. Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger announce the birth of their second son. Jacob Dovid, on September 15th. The traditional Circumcision Ceremony was held at their home last Monday afternoon. Members .of Greater Miami Rabbinical Society who participated in the ceremony were Rabbis Max Shapiro, of the Beth "Ojyu. 5*SI t ^2 981rMwv i& easy to keep gabyt mealtimes happy! When your doctor recommends solids, let the fine flavor of Beech-Nut Foods help you avoid conflicts at feeding time. They taste so good Baby eats without coaxing. When Baby eats with eager enjoyment you will enjoy Baby more! Beech-Nut FOODS/tIES TWi *<•) isyour assurance thai tvm BeechNut Cereal, Strained and Junior Food you give your Baby is accepted hv the Council on Foods* and Nutrition of the American Medical Association. te* | %  •eJSL s M %  "ech Nui Babies Jove rfcem... thrive oa them T %  : : % %  : %  %  % %  ---..^iv*. ^i#%af*





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AY> SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 +Jewlst\fk>rktkun PAGE 3 B | h .|,r'u Academy jlirM*rs M3et Itbe opening me ^ tin i, L n£ Lhrevv Academy Board of DiKs took place last night, acfidM to Jack Satin, v.ce presTn'th.' absence of President Dr. iJri S Andron, Harry Genet [haired the meeting. remittee chairmen who delivered^ "ports were Jack Satin. Lou* -and| Transportation; Lewis fetw" Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Kication Report; David Shapiro. Kmbership; Irving Firtel. ConKrt; and Harry Genet. Office rommittee. |TV Set Does \Good Turn Twice %  On receipt of a television set Icresented it by Mr. and Mrs. AlErtJacobson. 1901 Washington %  Street Hollywood, the Broward Icounty Chapter, B'nai B'rith %  Youth Organization, donated the Let toeether with some 200 pockI,. 'edition books, to Mount Sinai %  Hospital. Miami Beach. I The Chapter is a combined Igroup of AZA. B'nai B'rith Girls land B'nai B'rith Young Men and %  Women, ranging in age from 16 I to 25, and meeting Thursday evlenings at the Hollywood Jewish %  Community Center. Artist Receives I Thanks From Ike i Pastel artist and oil painter [Arthur Lichtenstein, 202 SW 7th I Avenue. Miami, late last week received a letter from Presidential Nominee Dwight Eisenhower I m which were expressed thanks I for a portrait presented Eisenhower on his recent stop here. ] Lichtenstein gave the candidate the pastel portrait during a reception held in the Roney Plaza Hotel. The artist has studied in Italy and did work with Professor Max Lieberman, Berlin, Germany, president of the Berlin Academy of Art in 1929. Jewish Forum Airs Yom Kippur Program Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be heard in a special Yom Kippur Eve broadcast on Sunday morning, September 28th, 10 a.m., during Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air. Also participating will be Harry J. Sonz, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission here. The program is broadcast over station WMIE. New appointee to the faculty of Temple Beth Sholom is Mrs. Reiecca Lipson. The Jewish educator transferred here from Temple On The Heights. Cleveland. Ohio, where she was principal of the Hebrew School. She recently spent two years in Israel and attended the Teachers' Institute there. In Clereland. she was active in youth leadership training and assumed the duties of program chairman for th city's ZOA and chairman of the Jewish National Fund. North Shore Affair The Third Annual Yom Kippur Dance, sponsored by the Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center, will be held Monday night, September 29th, 8:15 p.m., at the Center. Mrs. Allan Acker is chairman of the affair, with Jack Klinger, master of ceremonies. OPEN SHUT ...they provide ventilation & controlled air flow. ...they become unobstructed picture windows. • Waterproofed von* ends • Closing force is equoMy distributed. Balanced vanes prevent binding, assure simple operation. PORCH or BREEZEWAY WWW^*^r*^'WA^/^*^/eAi*a &mf**i Dubuque. Iowa Packers of KOSHER IEEE. VEKL emai l ME WishYou a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Representatives Sailer Brokerage Company Harry Saffer. Pre*. Offices: 24 N. W. 7th Street. Miami Phone 3-54W 2316 Market Street. Jacksonville Phone 3-*ts MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME! Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chrenically HI • 24 Hour Nursing Service • Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms LEO ALLEN, Director 335 S. W. 12th Avanuj^ Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 &f STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY Pre-development prices mt this time PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-36S9 Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. -. Distributors Miami Provision Company 1062 N. W. 22nd Street Miami Fla. Phone 24413 GLASS FOR EVERT P U R P O S E STORE FRONT — PLATE 'end W1MDOW CLASS i Tees. Beveled Mlrren end Beettveriaa Oar Specialty IA €i. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W Kh St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON



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)Ay SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 *Jeni$ti IkrHmr PAGE 5B Apartment Of Commerce Lists Rules Gift Packages Shipped To Israel regulations governing the Lent oi Sifts, materials, prod, or funds to Israel have been Duntc'l by the United States trtment of Commerce District [ co in the Seybold Building. „j es concerning sending of [package to Isr Hi.!. %  v the 1 by director rael were made tne Department to ',,,.,•, Miami Jewish Federbeen announced u i executive jvi.:. lion. heduii n standard food parsent v Israel must be prem th< United States, and p' : |< ran be forwarded .!. h certain authorized ; of which may be lined • i ither of the Israel [uliiu e regulations specPackagts should le marked Lfide Gift. Self-packed food els mi'•' now be sent to famr.iduals without limias t< kinds of commodities [je parcels, and no import lies f,: food packages are reed where they are intended Igifts to families or individe Department of Commerce point's nut that all articles to Israel are generally sub|to thi regular Israel customs fes. Si • i M-eptions are arin : I. ,1 by religious, edboniil. scientific and charitinstitutions which are not bded fi r resale. stal regulations require that packages not exceed bunds in weight or measure 42 inches in length or have |Now Open Under New Management The Little Bake Shop est ol Pastry Our Specialty Closed Saturday and all Jewish Holidays 2127 CORAL WAY MIAMI Phone 48-7242 a combined length and girth of over 72 inches. There are no provisions for insurance or registration. Sealing is optional. A green label must be affixed to each package showing that the articles are to be submitted to the customs authorities at destination for examination. The necessary customs declarations must be attached to each parcel post package, the regulations state. Parcels of used clothing may be sent through authorized agencies that will collect duty at rates applicable. A list of such agencies is available at the Israel consulates. In addition to bearing the name and address of both the individual donor and individual donee, the gift parcel must have the notation, Gift — Export License Not Required, written on the address side of the label. The combined total domestic retail value of all commodities included in a single gift parcel must not exceed $25 in value. Certain categories of goods subject to a.luxury tax include such items as musical instruments, cameras, watches and clocks. leather goods, fountain pens and electrical appliances. Donors have been advised to secure additional information from their local US Department of Commerce Office or from the Consulate General of Israel, 11 East 70th Street, New York City. Listed under^the Department's limitations and requirements section is the cautionary note that, although there is no limit on the number of gifts which a donor may send, not more than one gift parcel may be sent by the same donor to the same donee in any one calendar week. Choral Group Meets The first meeting of the Choral Group, Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will be held on Thursday morning, October 2nd, 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Ben Sanderson, 6475 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein is director. 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Judith Youngirman interpret inq a modern dance movement in her studio at 743 Dade Boulevard, where she will teach dance fundamentals to beginners and encourage advanced pupils. to compose interpretations oi their own. Miss Youngerman announces the formation of a new group in dance exercise' for adults. The youthful dance artist spent the summer dancing with the Hanya Helm Group and visiting thj dance recitals at Jacob's Pillar in the Berkshires and the Connecticut College School of Dance in New London. Listen to Schacter's JEWISH RADIO HOUR Three Times Weekly Sunday—2 3 pan. Wednesday and Friday—11 ajn. WMBM — 800 on Your Dial SPECIAL FEATURE THE JEWISH PHILOSOPHER The Most Interesting Radio Personality Jacob Schachter Dlractor NORMAN R. LYONS Nowicjitor ana Historical Narrator IRVING PIETRACK Mun:al Director OLMISMOB1LE CAR BUYERS — ATTENTION You Have A New Place To Trade Your Old Car Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. 1607 PONCE de LEON BLVD.. 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ihJIiewiislh-IEIliDipidliiaup Number 39 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS DL, AJC Walkout Told Officially b Jewish Question sked NEW YORK. (JTA)—Eight national Jewish agencies issued a tatemmt late last week announcing receipt of assurances from the tate Department that "existing State Department policy does not Ljuire questioning of applicants for visas as to whether they are lewish" and that "where consular officials inquire if applicants re Jewish, thev do so without uthontv and in violation of State Reject National Community Relations Advisory Council As Regulatory Body With Compulsory Power Department policy The State Department has asked, according to the statenent. that all such violations irhich come to our attention be galled to the attention of the department so that they may be promptly corrected." The statement was based on a Icommunication from Herve J. jHeureux. chief of the Visa Division, who said that application forms under the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act will not contain |a list of races and ethnic classifications and that it will be left Ito each individual applicant to %  state what he considers to be his Irace and ethnic classification in %  the blank space provided for that |purpose. Groups To Confer The eight organizations — the (American Jewish Congress, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Ijewish Labor Committee, Jewish NEW YORK (JTA) — The American Jewish Committee and the B'nai B'nth, parent body of the Anti-Defamation League, late Monday night officially announced their withdrawal from the National Community Relations Advisory Council. Their action followed adoption by the national plenary conference of the NCRAC earlier this month of a plan for reorganization of work in the community relations field. Both orsuls "to ascertain whether or not visa applicants are of 'Jewish' or 'Hebrew' origin" and declared that under current instructions "no alien is to be asked whether he belongs to any particular race." It is, he said, up to each alien to "state in his visa application the race to which he considers himself to belong." No instructions have been sent to the Foreign Service concerning race and ethnic classifications under the Immigration and Nationality Act, and none are contemplated "until after lists, being prepared by the Bureau of the Budget Sub-committee have been approved by the Immigration SubCommittee of Congress," he de : clared. Cellar Attached Previously, Chairman Emanuel Celler, of the House Judiciary Committee, had charged in a letter to Secretary of State Dean Acheson that the Department had ganizations had strenuously opposed the plan, adoption of which was inspired by the MacIVer Report on Jewish community relations. Jacob Blaustein, president of the American Jewish Committee, and Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'ritn, made the formal statements announcing secession by their organizations from the eight-year-old agency. Mr. Blaustein declared that "the fundamental basis for the American Jewish Committee's withdrawal from the NCRAC is our rejection of a regulatory body with compulsory powers to which national agencies are subordinated. No central body," he asserted, "can presume to have a mandate to speak as the 'official' voice of American Jewry." founding principles, yield its autonomy, ignore its responsibilities to its members and jeopardize the methods of combatting antiSemitism and all forms of prejudice and discrimination which we have laboriously evolved through nearly 50 years of experience." Mr. Goldman, in his statement, charged that the reorganization plan "holds out the prospect of fragmenliziag"agencies with the longest and greatest record of service." He said it would "throttle voluntarism and injuriously dismantle the defense structure." The B'nai B'rith's executive committee voted the action unanimously, it wag announced. Mr. Goldman warned that "to accept the terms of dismemberment and control would debase the ideals of freedom and voluntarism which we hold dear. We are certain that as an inevitable consequence of such acceptance, the Jewish community of America would suffer grieviously. We are convinced that the fight against anti-Semitism, which is of transcendant importance, would be weakened irreparably." (Continued on Page 4 A) Urges American Jewry's Support Of UJA Cash Drive NEW YORK, (JTA)—The United Jewish Appeal this week burg announced that 1,500 local community campaign would participate in the special drive of which Jack D. Weiler of New York is special chairman. He pointed adopted at the Atlantic City ses sion of the NCRAC "purported to be a compromise but was no compromise because it advanced the same proposition for centralWar Veterans, National Council of' provided "art unwarranted inter^^ CO n tro i which we had been wuh Minmon linitirf Service preUUon of the McCarran-wai, otpnHfistlv reiertine The essence Ijewish Women. United Service %  for New Americans, Union of American Hebrew.vCongregatiao*. to -a letter from Acting-Assistant [and the National Community Relations Advisory Council — announced that a committee representing them would "confer with appropriate government officials to insure that the new regulations and instructions now being drafted will in no way require applicants to give information which may facilitate religious discrimination." In his letter. Mr. L'Heureux denied that his division had issued instructions requiring conPalestine Issue On UN Agenda UNITED NATIONS (WNS) — When the General Assembly of the United Nations meets here next month it will again grapple with the Palestine problem, an issue that had not been expected to be on the agenda of the Assembly's current" session. But it was reported here late last week that when the six Arab member states submitted a request that the General Assembly examine the work of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, Ispretation' ter Immigration Act. He referred Secretary of State Ben H. Brown, Jr., to Representative Frances Bolton which said that each alien shall "be required to state his ethclassification" in accordance nic (Continued on Page 10 A) steadfastly rejecting. The essence of that resolution would be to prevent American Jews from having the determining voice over the policies and purposes of the organizations of their choice." Fragmentize Agencies To accept this, he said, "would have committed the American Jewish Committee to abandon its Arab League Affirms Anti-Israel Stand; Recommends Boycott Of Regional Meet LONDON (JTA) — The Palestine question, and particularly the fate of the Arab refugees, continued this week to occupy the attention of tne Arab League Council meeting in Cairo. The Times of London reported from the Egyptian capital that the League continued to maintain its that its decision' that the Foreign Ministers should head the Arab delegations to the United Nations was activated by the desire to maintain the campaign against Israel. The League's political committee has recommended that unofficial Arab bodies, as well as official organs, should boycott all regional organizations or conferences in which Israel participates. The committee will recommend that the Palestine Arab refugees be given employment in any resistance" to Israel. It added reel's chief delegate Abba S. Eban [country in which they choose to countered with a proposal calling settle and that the Arab states Bavarian Group Calls For Inquiry out that formation, of a national cash cabinet of UJA, for the first time in the agency's history, attested to the seriousness of the currentfinancial crisis in Israel. American Jews were urged this week by Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion to give their fullest support to the UJA cash campaign. He cabled that there has never been a "more crucial moment" in Israel's history and that his country "needs the free gift dollars that come through the United Jewish Appeal" if it is to maintain its steady progress toward economic stability. "Never since Israel's war of Independence," the Premier declared, "has the significance of a United Jewish Appeal special cash campaign been as great as at this moment" He said that the UJA "has been and continues to be a most vital part of the fourpoint program of economic aid to Israel." Mr. Ben-Gurion, who recently conferred in Jerusalem with Mr. Weiler to acquaint him wltn s rael's present difficulties preparatory to the latter's assumption of the direction of the special drive, gave a three-point summary of the-net* state's Immediate need for UJA assistance. The Premier cited Israel's acute need for the mass construction of new housing, it's requirements for a sharp increase in agricultural production and its need for swift development of the rich natural resources recently discovered in the Negey desert. Mr. Warburg and Mr. Weiler, in communicating the Israel Premier's message to the campaign leaders of the 1,500 communities that will participate in the nationwide drive, declared that "every American Jew who has helped to make possible framework of a modern, free society must resolve during the observance of the-High Holy Days that this support shall be continued and increased. Mr. BenGurion and the men and women of Israel are doing the work," they declared. "But we must provide the means." foe a full and balanced discussion, including charges of "violation by the Arab states of their obligashould pool financial aid to supplement UN assistance for 1 refugees, the Times reports. [t tions under the Charter, United.I adds that while the Arab League will continue to insist upon implementation of UN resolutions on the right of the refugees to return to their former homes, it has begun to treat the refugee issue "more realistically." There is an "implied ricoamtion that a refugee will not be able to return to IsraeJ." it says. Nations resolutions and specific provisions of the general armistice agreements concluded with Israel, requiring them to desist from policies and practices of hostility ;ind to seek agreement by negotiation for the establishment "f peacelul relations with Israel Tin Arab document cautioned against the "illusion" that Pales|'ne problem had been settled. U also lashed out against what a called the policy of "condonement or indifference" toward Isf a f Is "arrogant defiance of the mterruitional organization t o which it owes its existence." Countering the Arab statement. MUNICH (JTA) — The Association for Freedom and Justice of Bavaria last week demanded an immediate government investigation into the background and conduct of the trial of the late Philip Auerbach, one-time head of the Bavarian State Restitution Office, on charges of fraud in off C Auerbach was convicted by a! late Lait week when two religious par fiv-man court three of whose 1 Israel and Agudath =Fr sr ss&a i vL^ nxs^'anrL*emm last month, he committed suiI Bloc, since both Mizrachi and the cide. Ben-Gurion Government Faces Crisis As Religious Parties Leave The Coalition JERUSALEM (WNS)—The brewing political crisis within the Ben-Gurion Government over the religious issue came to a head loto i= c uHMtk when two religious parties in the coalition, Agudatn Israel Workers, quit the government on the League of Moscow Jews Shun Israelite* TEL AVIV (WNS) — "Every' where in Moscow, on the streets and at receptions, we saw Jews and sensed that they regarded us ... with yearning eyes, full of love Mr. Eban accused the Arabs of and pride, but they desisted from having refused to settle any outtalking to any o| us, it was aeclared here bv A. Ben-Zvi manager of the Israel Volley Team, who recently returned from Soviet Russia. It was evident; Ben-Zvi asserted, that Moscow's Jews fear talking to people-, from abroad, landing questions by negotiation and opposing every attempt at agreement or even contact" and ILK t vlng put out a-document wnicn, he said., was designed to increase tention at a time when &f k ,. was some su ht chance for the allevation of the situation. %  The Axis Victims New York and the New Committee for Fair Play in the Auerbach Case have asked the Bavarian Ministry of Justice to take disciplinary action against the presiding judge in the Auerbach trial because he had stated that "Rabbi Ohrenstein and Auerbach had not said the full truth for religious and ethnic reasons." Tlie Ministry was also urged in the future not to use judges with Nazi records in trials involving Jews. Meanwhile, Joseph Klibansky. chief defense counsel for AuerMizrachi Workers Parties refused to follow suit and leave the York government. The defection has deprived the coalition government of a majority in Parliament. Should the seceding parties align themselves with the opposition parties in the Knesset. Parliament would be divided 60-60 between coalition and opposition members. The two parties that quit hid two representatives in the BenGurion Cabinet. Minister of Welfare Rabbi L Lewin and Deputy Education Minister Rabbi Kalman Kahane. Although the crisis was believbach, said here that he welcomed ; ed to have chiefly resulted from contempt proceedings ordered aj Premier Ben-Gunon s determinaeainst him bv the Bavarian Min;tion to conscript orthodox women educational system. In addition, the situation was aggravated by the Premier's refusal to permit the Agudah to conduct separate fund raising activities abroad. A behind-the-scene effort to reach a compromise was nullified when extreme party elements, taking their cue from the London Agudist movement, refused to consider anv possible concessions short of their demands. The reason why the other religious groups did not follow, it is believed, was due to the fact that they did not consider the const-notion issue a real one, since orthodox women were not in any event being called for military duties but merely assigned to work in immigrant camps or in particularly Jews." orthodox settlements, fstcy'of Justice. 1, He said he would j for military service alongside the p rem j e r Ben-Gurion was rethus be given an opportunity to rest of the young womanhood ot : ported hopeful of patching up the show the "real background of the | m e country, one of the contributj differences with the two parties. Auerbach trial" ard make known | factors was the question of j Otherwise he may have to turn *IJTnn^he^ormer*need" o C f the the place of religion under the j to the General Zionists and the Banian ResSE Orfi I government's proposed unified I Progressives.'



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LtnAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 *Jwtsl> fkrfrfftr LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B r\vn .1.1 AM |N gg ESTHER ~~.7r>TtCE. BY PUBLICATION T N MF SfRCUIT COURT OF THE F C OTY N ,' N 15 3 C 0^ NCERY ii rilELAN. Plaintiff 1HELAN Defendant %  v s";;"vrk • i li, lV 'il' .St'rt 1 "iK SU IT FOR DIVORCE olti'EKEI) at Miami, is 15th day of September, K II. MCATHBA1IAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, I Mde County, Florida ( %  ..nit Seal) By u. B. HARDIE, Deputy Clerk. ]<..:'6 IO/J-10 %  Circuit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE kLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153059 |AR1E WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, ISDOLPH WILLIAMS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE K ANI • %  .1.1-11 WILLIAMS L'Tu Weal HUh St., Apartment 7. Sew Vmk City, N.Y. RANIHILPH WILLIAMS, are notified that a Bill of Comaim for Divorce has been filed aB.:..-t you, and you are requlreil to frit II copy ol your Answer OT |i i %  to the Bill nf Complaint on ., %  • Attorney, BEN ESSEN, Q • Si I.. I Bldg .Miami, Flor. and le the original Answer or Ii n ill*office of the clerk %  < '"Hi on or before the %  October, 1V51 If you |l judgment by default attains! you for the led in the Bill of Combe published once consecutive weeks Kl.llltll'IA.V MERE!) at Miami. day of September, • • .-hall font • AVISH A XI |R I B. B. LKATHERMAN, i 'In nit Court, Ii County, Florida, lit C Seal) i : > '; B HARDIE, _,. Deputy Clerk fm Plaintiff ii: dgl i : %  :• : %  ; -!'• NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28659 Re: ESTATE I IF *'l '' STONE, Deceased and All Persons Hnvia or Demands Against late: i a. Ii of you. are hereby required to present any tl demands which you, or • I. may have against the KOI C. STONE, dereased I'lde County, Florida, to the W 1 BI.AXTON and BOWLING, County Judges %  •Ullty. and file the same %  II the County Court County, Florida, within months from the rirst publication hereof, in demands to contain "f the claimant and '" and presented as asame win be barred, 28, A |i ItSJ LA lt< H.I.I.V.; Idmlnlstratrlg of the of > '' STONE, •Deceased. \ MOULD, .11: Vdmlniatratrlx ei St. S |.\K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi int Court of Dade"Countvi 'late the said business iiimeiiclng was October 1. 197.2. l-OILS H. ZIMMON On e .Half Interest SYLVIA Z. ZIMMON % % %  io,',',rHa,f ,nurMt OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ."I. 'lesiring to engage In ,' H;i-'v,'-i l h0 J k t 10 8 "*'"' %  '"' •V lu v ,.v"' ;NZ '"CLEANM-ltV. at 99 S. W. 7th 11 I lorfda, intend to reg: •'!>'•' with the Clerk of ourt of Dade It HOT ITICE County, [SADOR RER8KOWITZ KI "ARRY HERSKOWIT2 '•. Applicants ,'":i-lo ICE Li. XffSB*. PICTITIO08 NAME LAW £ HlJllKBY G1VKN that "'.desiring to engage In 'he fictitious name of .Mile KD l liK l ^.'. NXKI SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT fc'VK. BEACH KMI'UiYMKNT -I'll EMPLOYt( .MlW7^ hi '„6 (n E.p B no,a KPc52? W W of to the Cterk of Hade County. LEGAL NOTICE IN TWB CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELE V M E O NT ^ J UD,C,AL CIRCUITIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.' No. 152931 REGGIE THOMAS RYDER, vg Plaintiff BOS1 lJBHffi B "efndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HOSE RYDER ON Norrlstown, R.D, 1 Norrlstown, Pennsylvania „ ^""T h re ,v n-tiflrd, that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I,,.,, filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney RICHARD K. SHEPARI., 22 on WeM Flagler Street. Miami, and Hie the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th dav of October. 19,12. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken ** n l r sl n y .'. ,u /"' th rel,er demanded In the Bill of Complaint. D 9i* B *,"D ORDKREO at Miami, iriwiUa, this nth day of September, A I Ho 2. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of theCircuit Court By \VM. W. HTIK5K1NG Deputy Clerk 8/19-26 10/3.in LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FTCTITfOUS NOTICE is H M EREBY V GIVEN that jn undersigned, desiring to engage In RVVrff %$£ '"-"Ctltlous na.ne o Ksi£2 U "' SI:AT C..VKRS, at --1 liiseayrHi Blvd., Intend to roglnter -said name with the Clerk of *he.circuit ourt of Ihide County. J-Torlda BERNARD BUHIM /l-2 'Ji&RP S JA COB80N LEGAL NOTICE -'loA'ho"' MEIDEN BKRG NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uadacslgned, desiring U> engage In business under the fictitious name of TEKRELL ENTERPRISES, at .",200 Pinetrce Drive, Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register said najne with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. ROGER N. TERRELL tiEoRGIA oi.EK TERRELL LLOYD A. TOWI.i: 10no Lincoln Rd. Minim Beach, 11a. Attorney for Roger N. Terrell and G.-orgia OJ.s Terrell 9/12-1S-26 — 10 : NOTICt B'v PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152928 WILLIAM THE RE SCHWARTZ, Plaintiff. AH.\ B8TELLE SCHWARTZ, i 'efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ADA ESTELLE SCHWARTZ 46S Adams Avenue Philadelphia 40, Pennsylvania You, AHA ESTELLE SCHWARTZ, are hereby notified that a Bill ol Complaint for i 'h ori e nan b< en I • against you, and you are requl • I to serve a copy of your Answi i i i Pleading to the Bill of i 'omplali : on thi plaintiff's Attorney, BEN KSSEN, EfeXj -%  :; Seybold Bids • Miami, Florida, and file (he original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Cli of the circuit Court on or before the 18th day of October. 1952, If you to do so, Judgnu lit by default will l.e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be publish,each week for four consecutive we, ].In THE JEWISH" FUiRlDIAN. HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 10th day of September, AD. l'ir,2. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attornev for Plaintiff s-'.l Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 9/12-1S-24 — lfl'3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE DIVE INN BAR. at 177" N W. 7:'iii SI Intends to register said name with the Clerh of the Circuit Court of Daiie County, Florida. MAP.l \N i: CLARK STEPHEN 1KERSLER, Attorney 2200 W. Flngler St. 9 12-19-26 — I" :', IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 149491 I JACOB M1NDL1N, et al.. v Plaintiffs, vs. JAMES R. GREEN, et at, 1 lefendantf. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'8 SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the undersigned, as Special Master in 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 Dade County, Florida, on Monday. October 6. 1H.".L', at twelve o'clock Noon ill':"" N.) the following described property situate In Dade County, |j[lf)r-id. tp* of wit: Lots 10 and 11 In BTnrfc'-lM TENTH ADDITION LEAH, according to thereof, recorded In I at Page 100, of the' ords of Dade County, t, tin iwith the Improvements situate thereon and the furniture, furnishings and equipment therein contained; said property to be sold to satisfy the Final Decree In this cause and costs. DATED this 4th day of September. 19(2. // ALFRED KBEISLER As Special \fcW>r Comfor Pivot %  on tl • Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer in the Offlo %  • the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 9th day of October, A.D. 1952; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein win be taken as confessed bv you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of September, 19*2. E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk • I the Circuit Court Dade i '.-:int v. Florida By: WM, W STOCKING Deputy clerk Name and address ol Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN R, LY< NS 910-12 Olyinpia Bid*. Miami, Florida. i/iz-if-M — i" a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153033 BETTY ANN PERKINS. Plaintiff vs. LUTHER JACKL1SON PERKINS, JR., I %  • fi ndanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt: Luther J... kllsi n Perkins, Jr. You are hi reh • iHfl .1 llial a Bill of Compli Inl f ins i>, en led against s %  '• an i > DU are required to sen ei ij your Answer or i %  %  adl g • thi Bill of Complaint on. '''.. ntiff's 'Attorney. STEPHEN I". KESSLER, 2200 West Flaglei si Miami, Fla., and file the \ ling In the Ol thi I "•• I k of the i 'In nil Court on or before the l'th Dav of October, 1952. it you fall 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 17th day of September \.D., 1952. E. B. IJSATilEUMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 NOT4CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious name of B1SCAYNE TRAILER SALES at 7H.I7 N. E. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the <:ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT GOLDBBRQER ELEANOR GOLDDKHGEk Owners. liAX R. SILVER Attoi my for Applicants I/2S-30 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN TYPEWRITER Co., at 223 N. E. 2nd Av,-.. Miami, intends to register snd name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had,County Florida. „,. RUBEN FRIEDMAN CHART* iT-cK-.!.-BA-HKAN Attorney fmOwner S47 Seybold Bldg. /2fi — 10/8-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN rhat the iuidc!si K ne,tJeVfrj|iB to engage In business under WtJrrkrtMuus name of TURK MOTEL at 7000 N. W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register sal*, name-ttltn the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ,, 27 CORP.. a Fhlrhfa corporation GENET A GENET, ESQS. Attorneys for 27 Corp. 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152801 Josephine Karambeia, Plaintiff vs. Thomas Henry Karambeia residence unknown, 1 iiiendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Thomas Henry Karambeia You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copyof your Anawar or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Stephen F. Kessli r, 2200 West Flagler St., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answei ..:• Pleading in the office "I" the cieik of the Circuit Court on oi in fore the 3rd day of i Ictobei. 1952. If you fail to do so, judgment by default ill be taken against ci foi the iell.f demanded in the BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ltd day of Septe i A.I i. \y:. E. P.. LEATHERMAN, %  "1< : 'IN. Cln lit I 'ourt, Dade County, Florida :• '5-12-19-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIEUEBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desfrlnft to engage in I isll ess under the fictitious name ,,i STONEY PINE TAVERN, at 1629 N. W. 27th AVi Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SMITH STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler 8L :• 19-28 — I.i'3-io LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai tinundersigned, desiring to engi business under the fictitious name of STOCKADE SHOW HAH al .".7:11 N. W. 2nd Ave„ Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. B17RT JOHNSON STEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2210 VV I lagler St. 9/28 1" 3-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S QOURT DADE COUNTY.. FLORIDA No. 24962 RE: ESTATE OP PAl'L o. MESSNER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of PAIL o. MESSNER. deceased: and that on the Sth day of October, 1952, I will apply to the lion,.: able W. F. RLANTON. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge n.Executrix of the Estate of PAUL q. MESSNER,-deceased This 2nd dav of September, 1952. %  ROSE MALIK si: ill MESSNER PA1.LOTT, SILVER and MLLI.OY Attorneys for BJCOCUtl I S-12-19-98 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LITTLE MOLLIES BEAUTY BALON. at 1451 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. • ANNA 1.1 NICK Sole Owner' 9/12-I9-M — 10/S -•: % % %  -— ~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i hi ui di n i in I, dealt Ing to n i %  • business un.ii %  • the Hctitlous ni t" HARARA JEAN MANSIONS .:• 9 .8 Eui lid AVi ity.-. Miami Bi .. I Florida, Intend to Register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, I lorlda. Lulls It MILLER JOAN -i.EViNl: MORRIS-JCORSIN 1 L'a-^0 10/3-10 %  • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS :--• NANW-tA-vf XOTICIt.lt IIKRJX'-V GIVEN that the urinYr.igned. d^sMng to engage in lmnn.-> -lUidti-Uik. Ji. t it i. s i name of TINA-MARK Flat i.'m-s. -w. :;ni J .v I RIED 121 Lincoln Road Attoi nej K '.a A iipllcant :• 26 10/3-1 I-: ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In busipeas under the fictitious name of MAW V-l'AU' SHOPS, at 100 N K 7!'th Street. Miami, intends to i. said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.Countv. FI ids MAW-N-PAW SHOPS. Inc. BERICK, SHAPIRO .v IRIED 420 Lincoln Road Attorneys for Applicant %  26 I" J-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslg I, desiring to engage <|u business under the fictitious name of NEW YoUK MARKET (Orocei 11. partments), al 757 llsi Btreel Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name ith lh • I of the Circuit Court of Pad,County, Hoi Ida s MARK KLOTKIN LEON A Sl.nTi QENET ^' QBNET neys (>'<' Mark and Leona S !" ::-l 1-17 von I HtMXTtXU Phone 3-7124 TWIN CITY PRESS, inc. 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jawlgh Florldlcm toHcit your legal notice*. W appreciale j • a I patronage and guarantee accurate eervice al legal rates. Phone 2-1141 lag megsenger eervice. SEITLIN & COMPANY ^ ^^^^ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. C. 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FLA. S-%  iii


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r av SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 *Jewisli Flcrktinn PAGE 9 A Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN TV,, crackpots who are immers1 i„ anti-Jewish, anti-Negro Catholic activities are ,„ ( l', tied a breed to hearken rebu % %  :<.: Theirs is the sensit.ysnake who knows only %  J 5n out poisonously until %& is killed. If the Winbods ,' the Smiths and the rest foul ilk possessed the ;; r: ary elements of decency '" v JW devise other money,. l k „ schemes than the hatehie I heve no intention of adding D ;':,i'. ; have alteady said in the ht %  t the insatiable monsters EhO are bent on ruining Atnerici\ zation and translorming bur ,. try into another HiterHowever, a letter from a Cathnij,. priest to Gerald Winrod, notorious o.iest of hate, compels me to retu T again to the repulsive kubiecl Reverend Robert E. CartJ | Philadelphia, a Catholic Tfag, E sociated with the South East Ca:nolic High School in the ritv of rotherly love, recently retli ve( ne of the filth literature I h Winrod is dunging the •mini: But instead of throwing I into the wastebasket belonged, our Catholic friend %  '" P cn a note of l on. Mincing no words, mt against the Jew I | ti id rabble rousers, accus; Ing • of using racial and re-I i is a means to selfnt, There is such depth Li (eeY.'g, eloquence and sincer,'v b letter, that it defies descripl other than through reHere is the letter: -In ay's mail I received from L ,u: .ii some literature with %  referi i to Communism and the Ijewis! eople. After reading this --have done nothing to promote American ideas; rather, you are working to tear down the bond of brotherhood among our people. You want to exploit differences in religion, to use racial and religious hatred in order to rriake money, by selling your grubby little pamphlet and disgraceful magazine. "In this diabolical work, Sir, I wish you all the failure in the world. May God strike you with His chastisement and bring your efforts to set American against American to a speedy and unglorious end. I suggest that you, who profess to be a minister of God (you are in fact nothing of the sort), open your Bible and read I John, beginning to end, then kneel down and acknowledge your sin and begin to live like the Christian you pretend to be." This refreshing advice from a man so deeply steeped in religion cannot possibly move the depraved and despicable hate peddlers. But its significance, we are sure, will be appreciated by the millions of decent Americans of all faiths and colors. ZQI PICKS MDITIMAL COMMITTEE NEW YORK (JTA> — At its : eon session, voiced confidence rw!??n hen V th % Extraor d'nary I that all regional and district Conference of the Zionist Organ, .. .. ization of America approved the I workels throughout the country establishment of the following adwould respond wholeheartedly to ditional committees and depart| make possible for the organizaVeterans Invite AJC, ADL Return To NCRAC Group NEW YORK (JTA) — The National Community Relations Advisory Council, as a result of the reorganization plan adopted at its recent Atlantic City plenary conference, "will emerge as a stronger and more effective organization than it has been at any time eoDle. After reading tnis "."*' "" ""..', "'."i r rided to let you know since its formation," the Jewish S I feel as a Catholic I War Veterans of America said in a statement here. Joseph F. Barr, of Washington, who introduced the proposals adopted by the session, declared that "as proponents of the resolution adopted by the NCRAC, the Jewish War Veterans advocated that it be given a primary, rather than an exclusive, responsibility in the veterans area of the community relations field. As a member agency of the NCRAC, we stand ready to carry out such a responsibility. We recognize that the American Jewish Committee and the Anti -Defamation League are also active in this area. "However, the precise meaning of the resolution we sponsored at have"worked alongside | Atlantic City was that we were prepared to join with these two organizations, as well as with other national and local components of an appropriate standing committee of the NCRAC. >ut Jew baiters and rab11 ; t : ers like yourself. "In first place the so-called J*facts' your pamphlet entitled [The 1 lip Dreay Case are not %  facts El all but distortions and Imissti w nents. I feel that you are [fully : .are of this. As a graduate his' rian and the holder of a ImasU: legree in U.S. history I Iknow '"at your 'nonsense' about Ithc T: nudic plot' to overthrow [the government of this country is [just, t put it succinctly, so much [tripe The Jewish people have by [their sweat and genius done a Igreal tal to make our country | the greet nation that it is. "F: the beginning of our history tl ICathoi and Protestants for the [advancement of Americanism. You. on the other hand, and others of;. ur ilk—like Gerald Smith, ICharles roughlin and many moreHEALTH ments: Hebrew Language and Culture. Israel Projects, Jewish National Fund, Youth and ChalUtziut, United Jewish Appeal. Israel Bonds, Education and Program, World Zionist Affairs. Announcing the program of the newly-created Department for Hebrew Language and Culture. Rabbi Irving Miller, President, stated that its five-point objective will comprise: 1) the ZOA is to assume responsibility for the Hebrew youth movement in this country; 2) the ZOA will undertake the exploration of the availability of Hebrew readers and texts used in Israel for adaptation in Hebrew schools in this country; 3) assembling and dissemination of materials on Hebrew schools in this country; 3) assembling and dissemination of materials on Hebrew and Zionism in this country for use on the Sunday School level; 4) support in terms of personnel to further the teaching of Hebrew in high schools and colleges; 5) encouragement of use and speaking of Hebrew in districts by programming on an adult level. Rabbi Miller announced the es I tablishment of a National Comj mission for Israel and the Middle Last. Presenting the program ol I the Commission, Harold P. Manson, director of the new body, declared that its chief objective is "the reawakening of the public relations consciousness of the ionist Organization of America and the reactivation of our membership in the area of public opinion. The present state of world tension," he said, "especially the rising ferment in the Arab world, make it imperative that our organization maintain a high degree of alertness. We submit that this is essential to Israel's welare, and that any other course would endanger Israel's security." Mr. Manson made it clear that in projecting this program, the newly-appointed commission does "not propose to trespass upon or to duplicate the activity of th< American Zionist Council." He pointed to the fact that the "recent ZOA Convention voted full support to the Council and resolved to strengthen it on both the national and local levels." At trie same i:me, he pointed out that the Convention ajso called upon the incoming administration to ensure that the policies of the ZOA are fully and effectively represented by its spokesmen in the Council and its executive committee. "In reiterating this position, we wish to record. our appreciation of the work and accomplishments of the Council under the chairmanship of Mr. Louis Lipsky. It is our intention to provide nationwide auxiliary machinery with which the Council's work can be made more effective," he said. Abraham Goodman, chairman of the ZOA's Inner Committee, presiding at a subsequent lunchit this Hlgr H^v Day season tion financially to carry out its program, which he declared is so imperative tor the welfare of Israel and for the future of the ionist movement in this country. Oren Charged As Trotzkyite MUNICH (WNS) — Mordechai Oren, Israel leftist wno was arrested in Prague about a year ago after attending a Communist Peace Congress in Vienna, has been accused by the Czech government of having been in contact with a "dangerous Trotzkyite," it was reported here by the Neier Yidischer Zeitung. The newspaper said that one count in the indictment charges Oren with collaborating with an underground movement conspiring against the present Czech regime. The "dangerous Trotzkyite" with whom Oren was alleged I to have been in touch is the Czech-Jewish writer Edwin Kisch who was reported to have "diec I suddenly" in Prague about tw< years ago. j ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by LBVDFMff FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 .^•4"^ 'Oft— \\)GUST BROS RYj '* f. ... Ill w' Ii f hi nf ST ;) 0UNE5 •7;1T BRAND BEST I,. 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^y, S EPTEMBER 26, 1952 vJenisfi Meridian PAGE 5 A ses P. EpttJin. national chairman. Women's Division. Slate of Israel Bonds Campaign, will appesr at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Miami Beach, on Thursday evening, October 9th. at a Sukkoth Rally. Sharing honors with Mrs. Epstein will be Molly Piccn outstanding Jewish comedienne. The guasts will be met I the airport by representatives of all Jewish Women s Organizations here and escorted to the auditorium by a huge motorcade. Mrs. Epstein is also scheduled to appear at a Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah Brunch on October 10th. at the Casablanca Hotel. DEAN'S FAMOUS WAFFLE SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS Featuring 11 Kindt of Mouthwatering Waffles Also Steaks and Sandwich Specialties at their best 3604 CORAL WAY PH. 4-9264 THE SEAL WHICH MEANS KOSHER! 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" oven-baked beans are Kosher and pareve... strictly vegetarian! HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS NEWSLETTER By ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, I95t, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) UNITED NATIONS — If only because it is the foremost Arab State, Egypt is recognized as a key country, not only by the Israelis who have realized for a long time that whatever it did, the rest of the Arab states would follow suit, but by other diplomats here. That is why the political convulsions through which Egypt has been going lately have been followed with great interest here. 'The "continuine Egyptian coup d'etat," as one diplomat described it, has not come as a surprise to those who know the Middle East here. General Naguib's seizure of power was too great an upheaval for him to expect to be able to keep aloof from politics and leave the scene after the corruption had been cleaned up, as he said he wanted to do—if he really meant that. Ostensibly, the reason for his taking over the premiership was because he was not satisfied with the way Aly Maher, the man he had made premier, was carrying out the land reforms. As often happens, those who backed the dictator in his original move, forced him to take more extreme measures; the young officers of the Egyptian army were furious with the delays in dividing up the great estates and accused the cautious Maher of deliberately dragging his feet. However, the interesting fact, as iar as the diplomats here are concerned, was that General Naguib apparently could not find another politician of sufficient caliber to carry out his orders as premier and had to take the title and the job himself. It is believed that the old line Egyptian politicians, who had been lying low for some time after the military coup d'etat and the king's exile, were beginning to intrigue against the dictator in an effort to work their way back to power. They may have been nationalist in outlook, but they were never interested in reforms, particularly land reforms. This may have accounted for General Naguib's wholesale arrest of Saadist and Wafd leaders at the time he took over the premiership. It is taken as a move here not only to terrorize opposition but to show that the military is the master of Egypt and that this is a military dictatorship. ,. Although the Western diplomats here bemoaned the fact that General Naguib had no men of experience in his cabinet, they have now come around to the view that his seizure of the premiership may be all for the best and may make it easier for Egypt to join the Middle East Command. At the same time, it is recognized here, that the hot headed young officers may force the country into chaos by insisting that the land reforms be carried out immediately. Some of the delegates are afraid that the breaking up of the great estates will bring about a catastrophic fall in production and will weaken Egypt at a time when they would like to see it a strong ally of the Western Powers. Despite the fact that he claimed to know little about politics. General Naguib has recognized the fact that he must have some backing other than the army off,ce i" s For this reason, it is felt here, he has included for the first time in any Egyptian cabinet, a member of the fanatical Moslem Brotherhood, an extremists religious and nationalist group. The question that is being discussed here is whether the Moslem Brotherhood would become thT party supporting General NaSilb-jurt as the Falange became the partv supporting General Franco-or whether General Naguib was merely using it at the moment and would £"**** when it had served its purpose Naturally, the Israeli diplomats here are concerned at the rise oi the Moslem Brotherhood to powS* but they are more disturbed by the situation generally as they feel it shows "continued instability" in Egypt which does not augur well for a Palestine peace settlement. Members of the JewishMusic Council ot Gresiar Miami plan tor the observance of Jewish Music Month here which will be celebrated January 31st to March 1st. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. program co-chairman: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Jewish Music Council co-chairman: and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. treasurer. Standing (left to right) are Judge Ted Nelson, secretary: Robert Slrassburg. executive secretary: Cantor Samuel K:lemer, honorary chairman; Judge Kenneth Oka. Jewish Music Council co-chairman; and Joseph Euniov, program co-chairman. IlREl" (Continued jrom Page 2 A) will conclude the Holy Day ObObservance. Scheduled for 8:30 E.m., the affair will be chaired y Phil Barocas and Mrs. Norman Bergrin Rabbi Harry Ettinger will conduct Friday evening services of the North Dade Jewish Center tonight at 8 p.m., with Cantor Alexander Cohen and the Center Choir assisting. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. Yom Kippur will be ushered in on Sunday evening, 6:15 p.m., with the chanting of Kol Nidrei. Subject of a sermon to be delivered by Rabbi Ettinger is scheduled as: The Judgment. Monday morning services will be at 8 a.m., with Yizkor scheduled for 11 a.m. The sermon will be: Redemption. Neila will conclude the Yom Kippur Observance. Temple Beth Sholom will observe the Sabbath of Repentance tonight at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish discussing: Do NaRabbi Joseph Rackovsky will conduct Sabbath of Repentance | services of Congregation Beth filah tonight at 6 p.m. Saturday j morning services are scheduled I for 8:30 a.m., when he will view i the Weekly Portion. Mincha will jbe at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shal,os Seudos and Maariv. A Selichoth service is scheduled for Sunday morning, 7 a.m. Mincha will be from 12:30 p.m.. 'to 4 p.m. Yom Kippur will bushered in at 5.45 p.m., with the chanting of Kol Nidrei. Rabb. Rackovsky will discuss: Th" Influence Of Kol Nidrei Night On | The Year. Monday services are 1 at 7 a.m. Subject of the discourse 1 is scheduled as: Visiting Souls, j Yizkor will be at 11 a.m. Neila Ms at 5:30 p.m. tions Also Repent? Saturday morning services are scheduled for 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Rudolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alberte Kellerman, will take place. Yom Kippur will be ushered in on Sunday evening at 7 p.m. A second Kol Nitirei service will be repeated at 9 p.m. Rabbi Kronish is scheduled to discuss: Kol Nidrei, The Synagogue And I. Monday services will be at 10 a.m., with the sermon: Growing Up As Jews. Yizkor will be at 3:30 p.m., when Rabbi Kronish airs the topic: If At First You Don't Succeed. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of all services. A special children's service is scheduled for Monda y af ternoon, 1:30 p.m. RIGHT DOWN TOWN — EASY TO STOP AT Tropical Typewriter Service 431 WEST FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191 Where the Libbv's have everything you need for the oitice TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS I DESKS—SAFES-CHAIRS-FILING CABINETS It will pay you to pay them a visit _^ T„ Vt> rt w y/ Creamy Smoothness all its own! &f /Far Richer Flavor! V Larger;Curd | CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones! Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th SU, Phone 82-4731