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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 40
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
"SdrJSSi Committee Ratifies
IC Asks Return
IyORK. (JTA)In with-
|fr>::i the National Com-
Reljtnns Advisory Coun-
Deny Oren Charge;
^ Goldstucker Fate
berman Agreements Remains Mystery
NEW YORK 'JTA) The Policy Committee of the Conference
on Jewish Material Clairns Against Germany, representing 23 major
American Jewish Com-^ Jewish organizations throughout the world, ratified agreements
nd the Anti-Defamation signed by the Conference with the West Germany Federal Republic
f B'Ji B'rith reject "any and with the State of Israel under which it is to receive $197,000,000
in settlement of material claims against Germany and under which
West Germany agreed to improve
Ive process and "repudi-
lasic aims and objectives
|,C" in whose formulation
rticipited, Irving Kane
in man, declared this
i that by their re-
: two organizations
lerioua disservice to
knstituencies and have
krejui.ced the realization
I or which both or-
tn> have labored for
tars." He said that many
Id that "a sense of corn-
its restitution and indemnifica-
tion legislation.
The conference alsdi voted to
incorporate itself in order to en-
able it to discharge its responsi-
bilities under the agreements.
Dr. rTlhum Goldmann, chairman
of the Conference, who signed the
agreement with German Chancel-
lor Kor.rad Adenauer at Luxem-
ing that material settlement
should be with Israel alone and
Conference negotiations should be
restricted to questions of legisla-
tion. He pointed out that the con-
cept of a global payment to a
non-governmental ad hoc body
possessing no juridicial status in
international law was admittedly
unprecedented, and the achieve-
burg. told the conference that "we ment of securing German agree-
are all agreed, and the majority
of Jewish public opinion supports
ounta'jility in a common | our view, that the negotiations
putj have brought about
on on the part of the
Jewish Committee and
li B'rith to remain in the
lane announced that the
lwould continue its work
have ended successfully for Is-
rael and the Conference although
we did not obtain all we wanted."
He said that "we have achieved
great improvements in restitution
and indemnification for hundreds
of thousands of Jewjsh victims of
he withdrawal of the two j Nazi persecution, even though we
could not-obtain Germany accept-
ance of our demands concerning
Jews from Austria and a number
of similar issues."
Oppo* Payment!
Dr. Goldmann disclosed, that dur-
ing the negotiations the Germans
strenuously opposed global pay-
ment to the Conference, maintain-
To Study Requirement
Of McCarran Act
He said that "the NRAC
ontinue to discharge the
^ility placed upon it by
ish communities of Amer-
will always be open
Who wish to join in meet-
responsibility and who,
Bcharge of their account-
the whole Jewish corn-
lire prepared to partici-
jomt process of plan-
codordination which is
biced belief that time
frsuade the two agencies
decision "was detrimen-
\e very causes to which
nizations are dedicated"
that if and' when this WASHINGTON. (JTA)An in-
I am sure the two | ter-departmental and inter-agen-
wi!l be welcomed b3ck I cy sub-committee on internatior.-
family of organizations I al migration statistics has been
rough the NCR AC seeks! set up by the Bureau or the
an integrated and coor-: Budget to study requirements of
Ogram of community' the McCarran-Walter Immigra-
te all the Jews of tion Act for racial and ethnic
States." data, it was learned this week.
The sub-committee will draw up
the list of races and ethnic classi-
fications required under the act.
Ten Government departments
and agencies, including the State
Department, are represented in
the sub-committee which will
function, under the chairmanship
of Miss Helen Jeter, an official of
the Office of Statistical Standards
Of the Bureau of the Budget.
The Bureau of the Budget, a part
of the President's Executive
Office, is charged ur.der law with
responsibility for reviewing Fed-
eral forms. It was this bureau
which previously notmed the
, Anti-Defamation Lfftf.u^ tnat t
ment was not only important be-
cause it enabled additional aid to
Jewish victims of Nazis, but also
because it established a precedent
of a major significance.
Speaking of the moral implica-
tions of the agreement, Dr. Gold-
mann recalled the controversy ov-
er acceptance of the German bid
to negotiate and said that "we
would have committed a moral
injustice, a sin of omission, had
we refused to negotiate, however
delicate and difficult it all seemed
in its initial stages. Even if
these negotiations had not
involved material benefits to
Israel and the Jewish victims
of Nazism, our generation still
would have been morally bound
to make every, possible effort to
obtain recognition of the moral
principle that a nation which has
committed crimes against our
people, must make amends. The
fact that a powerful and sov-
ereign state has done so establish-
es a historic precedent of impor-
tance to all people."
Dr. Goldmann referred to the
"immeasaurable assistance" of
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son. British Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden and US High
Commissioner John J. McCloy,
but said that "Germany would not
have been forced into these agree-
ments had her leaders been re-
luctant or unwilling."
Relations Unsettled
MUNICH (JTA) Mordecai
Oren, former member of Mapam,
Israel's left-wing Socialist Party,
who has been under arrest in
Czechoslovakia since late last
year, has not been accused of
being "in contact with a danger-
ous Trotzkyite" and of working in
an underground movement 3-
gainst the Czechoslovak Govern
ment, it was reported here by the
Yiddish newspaper, Neue Zei-
tung.
The newspaper identified the
"dangerous Trotzkyite" as the
late famed Jewish Czech writer,
Egon Kisch, who died in Prague
two years ago.
Oren disappeared late in 1951,
after a trip to East Berlin to at-
tend a peace conference as a
The Conference chairman made | member of an Israeli delegation,
it clear that in his view, "the i His whereabouts r e m ained a
Luxemburg agreements have not, secret and were the subject of
settled the historical issues of the | several notes between Tel Aviv
relations between the Germans and Prague until it was revealed
m, Rabbi
}r To Meet
[YORK (WNS)The en-
le of the relationship be-
Lmerican Jewry and Is-
.vi'H as the question of
jning the world Zionist
will be among the
lies >; discussion between
femier David Ben-Gurion
ibi Irving Miller, presi-
I the Zionist Organization
Iri.'a. during the latter's
lthe Piime Minister next
could not order removal of ques-
tions concerning racial and ethnic
data from visa application forms
since there were statutory re-
quirements for this data in the
McCarran-Walter Act. The ADL
has protested inclusion of a ques-
tion requiring visa applicants of
Jewish origin to identify them-
selves ethnically as Jews.
and Jewry "following the Nazi
desecration of our people .
History alone can settle them and
much will depend on the future
development of Germany, her de-
sire and ability to extirpate the
residues of Nazism, racism and
anti-Semitism. It will take time
for Germany to achieve this. I
know that the German Chancel-
lor and the President of the Fed-
eral Republic are eager to em-
bark upon such a policy, and are
already considering concrete
measures in this general direction.
We shall welcome such policy
and look forward to its successful
implementation."
Dr. Goldmann paid warm trib-
ute to Chancellor Adenauer, say-
ing that he had been convinced
by the Czechs that Oren had been
arrested for "anti-state activi-
ties."
Meanwhile, newsmen and oth-
ers trying to leam the fate of
Dr. Edward Goldstucker, a Czecli
Jewish diplomat and first Czecho-
slovak Minister to Tel Aviv, who
disappeared last year. when re-
called to Prague for an appoint-
ment in Sweden, have run up
against a blank wall.
Truman To Speak
At JWtt Parley
NEW YORK, (JTA)President
Truman will appear at the Na-
tional Leadership Mobilization of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board in Washington on October
ofhis sincerity when he first met I 17th, and address the session. Irv-
(Continued on Page 4)
Scroll Found In
TEL AVIV
old Scroll of the Law, which was
recently found in the palace of
former King Farouk, of Egypt.
Edward B- Maney, new chief of, was taken by Arab bands from
the Visa Division of the State the 200-year-old H u r v a Syna-
Department. notified Rep. Jacob g0gue in Jerusalem, when the
J Synagogue was destroyed during
the Jewish-Arab War of 1948, it
ing Edison, president of the or-
ganization, announced here.
Edison said the conference had
been called to give Jewish com-
l/w.KJ if#%j |*hI314*4* munal leaders an opportunity to
(WNS)-An aee-i,eceive a detailed- first-hand pic-
ture of the relationship between
the country's defense, welfare and
recreation needs and the pro-
grams of the JWB.
K. Javits this week that United
States vista application forms
will continue to provide a blank
has now been learned here.
space in which an applicant shall j The Scroll was brought by the
s'ate his race and each visa ap-. Arabs to Farouk as a gift to "the
plicant will also be required to first Egyptian fighter against Is-
state his ethnic classification in j rael." An Egyptian scholar stated
accordance with the provision of
Section 22 (A) and (C) of the
Immigration and Nationality
Act." He said that the Represen-
tative's protest against the label-
ling jf Jews would be referred to
(Continued on Page 4)
that it is one of the four oldest
scrolls existing m the world to-
day and warned the Egyptian
Government against "Jewish
spies and agents who will use
every njea-'ns to get possession of
this historic Scroll/'
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s. Epstein To Address Sukkoth Bond Rally
_. _____u.. ,a.h ,. Inrmor national i Klein. Lillian Goodman. Frances
ludith Epstein, national chairman o.
the Women's Divis
Isi ^Government." will be guest of togOtMJf
scheduled for Thursday evenii I g-fm, M *
le Auditorium, Alton R >ad, Miami Beac.-..
rial woman leader will bring "i3f/ J ,Z
on the occasion of the area's kickotf afta
ia in. Sharing honors
|ra Epstein will be Molly
into: nationally known
enne and star of stage.
I I ill vision.
>-gUests will be met ear-
afternoon at the Mi-
Pun and escorted to the
dt a huge motorcade com-
representatives from all
Women's Organizations
Swiss Release
Jewish Funds
LONDON (JTA) Assets de-
posited in Switzerland by Jews
resident in Germany and blocked
in that country as German prop-
erty as a result of an agreement
concluded in 1946 between the
Allied and Swiss Governments,
will be released shortly, accord-
ing to an announce ment here by
the World Jewish Congress.
The terms of a new settlement
among the Allied Powers, Switz-
erland and the West German Fed-
eral Republic replacing the Wash-
ington agreement concerning Ger-
man property in Switzerland
signed May 25. 1946. are expected
to be ratified shortly by the Swiss
Parliament.
The new agreement provides
-1 October 10th. the turner national
president of Hadassah will be j Lebon, "WOHtm Lee, Abe Green-
v a >me 500 members of b(,,.& Frt.d fenaa, Elsie Alexand- that assets of persons who "lost
er, O $d& Joseph Goldberg. "* [ifc or. considerable part
B~ of their liberty or their full Ger-
Irwin TLiss. Manuel Burs.ein, M- man cjtizen rights bv law ordi.
M. Kaplan, Frieda Kalstein, Jac-
ob Davis, Emanuel Smith. Louis
here.
It is expected that Mrs. Ep-
stein will touch on Israeli fi-
nancial and industrial planning
phases for economic ">dPen
ence during her address to the
rally. Early reports indicate that
she will also make reference to
the recent Economic Conference
held in Atlantic City
Chapter.
Greater Miami
van groups of the Had: ssah
Women's Orgamzatijn will be
hostesses tj Mrs. Epstein at a
scheduled for the Casa-
as well as to the Brunch. | off, Joseph Sapiro and Ann Weiss.
rally. -
will be by purchase of Israel
Bonds.
Ur.der the direction of Mrs.
Peggy Kaplan, Hadassah Bond
Coordinator, the Brunch wiU be
the kickoff for Hadassah Bond
Month. Assisting Mrs. Kaplan
On the following day, Friday, will
be the Mesdames Rosalind
According to Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, rep-
resentatives of the Hollywood,
Fort Lauderdale and West Palm
Beach Chapters will also be pres-
nances or measures of the Ger-
man National Socialist Govern-
ment" will be released on appli-
cation without any deduction. In
other instances, releases of more
than 10,000 Swiss francs (approx-
imately $2,000) are subject to de-
duction of up to 50 percent.
Exemption from deductions for
victims ot the Nazis is in accord-
ent at the Brunch honoring Mrs. j ance with representations on the
Epstein. I part of the WJC and the JDC.


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PAGE 3
I US Aid Program To Help Immigrant
Housing In Israel, McDaniel Says
TEI AVIV. (JTA)The United States aid program is "interested
the tent dwellers of the immigrant camps to per-
before the rainy season, in supplying food and in
urination schemes and social welfare functions." Bruce
IvJnaniel, director of the US Technical Cooperation Administration,
funds released tQ.-rfacjIitate local
projects reached 7000,000 pounds.
Counterpart funds arc also 1 e-
ing used, he revealed, for the re-
education of immigrant children
and adjustment of youth to pro-
ductivity. The sum of 100,000
pounds has been released from
counterpart funds for -this, he
said, and 40,000 pounds is being
released to maintain a children's
home at Kfar Hassidim.
.nsferring
Ir.anent housing
j fjathanya this week.
TCA administrator, winding
0f projects and entcr-
I nched with funds from
^ i an grant-in-aid to la-
.',.,,! the counterpart funds
. i by Israel, said that "as
past, we will continue to
ate with the Israel Govern-
Lnl for the development of the
linuntry."
Mr. McDaniel told reporters
j-ere that Israel's hospital capacity
hat 90U.O0O pounds had been re- j SiiVI'Uinbs At 88
,ased irom counterpart funds for
erection of prefabricated hpspital
units imported from Finland.
For housing needs, he said, $2,-
00.000 had been appropriated
[from the grant-in-aid and 2,500,-
pounds would be released
Irom counterpart funds for the
erection of 1,100 Finnish pre-cut
ooden housing units and 1,700
prefabricated Austrian h o u s es.
jiese, he said, would replace
100 tents. Transfer of immi-
grants to permanent housing, he
kid, was regarded as a primary
feoal of the government.
For irrigation projects intended
i increase agricultural produc-
lion. the jirant-in-aid" program
ovided more than $2,000,000 in
ijpe, fittings and related mate-
.;- McDaniel said. Counterpart
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)Rab-
bi Bernard Louis Levinthal, head
of the Orthodox rabbinate of
Philadelphia and a leader among
the rabbinate of the United States,
died here last week at the age of
88.
Rabbi Levinthal, who came to
this country from Kovno, Russia,
in 1891, founded a number of rab-
binical and orthodox groups in
Philadelphia, was an honorary
vice president of the Federation
of America Zionists, a member of
the faculty of the Rabbinical Col-
lege of America, and a member of
the American Jewish Community.
After World War I, Rabbi Levin-
thal was one of a delegation sent
by the American Jewish Congress
to the Versailles Pace Confer-
ence to plead the Jewish cause.
Possibility Seen Of General Zionist's
intering Israel Cabinet, Report Says
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The possibility that the General Zionist
party, second largest in Israel, will join the government coalition
negate future appeared stronger following last week-end
levelopments, than at any time since the national elections when
entrists displaced the Mapam Party as runner-up to the Mapai.
ng between Mapai lead- eral Zionist representation was
David Ben-Gurion and second in strength only to the
Zionist chairman Dr. Mapai Party.'despite the fact that
p n tein took place lues- this was the first time'that the
Saw time the two de- General Zionists have entered the
I [her a foundation has lists in a purely labor election.
| i for definite ne-
I or revamping of the
I basis of General
I. tncrship in the gOV-
I i I week-end, B e n-
Bernstein met for
during which they
b a s i c national prob-
' r, ;:t a meeting of the
; ni Zionist Council, Bern-
tein said that his party would
tr.ter the government only if it
'in that participation
pould help the progress of the
state.
Judge Giblin Calls
For Voters To Poll
An appeal to voters throughout
Florida to go to the polls in the
special primary election Tuesday,
October 14th, is being made all
over Florida by Circuit Judge
Vincent C. Giblin, Dade County,
candidate for the Florida Su-
preme Court.
"Except in a few places",
Judge Giblin pointed out early
this week, "this Supreme Court
election is the only one on the
ballot^ but I appeal to the men
and women of Florida to vote
October 14th, and to show an ac-
tive interest in the judicial sys-
tem of their state".
Judge Giblin. long before the
i recent death of Justice Roy Chap-
man, which has created the Su-
preme Court vacancy, spoke with
strong opposition to the proposed
constitutional amendment up be-
fore the voters in the coming
general election, declaring "we
need more and better work, not
more judges".
Florida's Supreme Court, if the
amendment passes, will be in-
I creased to ten. The United States
| Supreme Court has nine. Judge
I Giblin, his supporters indicate,
feels the increased costs of a 10-
' member court should not be put
on Florida taxpayers, when "sev-
en competent and industrious
i judges can easily handle the beisi-
ness of the court".
B'nai B'rilh Council of South Florida sponsored the presentation
of American flags to newly-naturalized American citizens at the
annual Citizenship Day Program held at the Dade County Audi-
torium last September 17th. under the auspices of the Harrey
Seeds Post, American Legion, with the cooperation of the B'nai
B'rilh Council of South Florida, Anti-Defamation League and
other community organizations. Shown from left to right are H.
Jack Miller, Americanism chairman of B'nai B'rith Council; Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Strassman, new citizens; General Lewis B. Her-
shey, director of Selective Service; and Bernard Liberman. Ameri-
canism chairman of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Junior Volunteers
To Aid Bond Drive
The Greater Miami Junior Vol-
unteer Committee for State of
Israel Bonds was formed early
this week at a meeting held in
the Miami Beach office, 1622 Col-
lins Avenue.
Judy Shapiro, recently return-
ed from a scholarship trip to Is-
rael, and Marcia Gross, who also
| visited the new country, are CO-
' chairmen of the Junior Volun-
! teers.
Announcement of a general
meeting, scheduled for Monday
afternoon, was made later. Youth
Groups of the Greater Miami ar-
ea are urged to attend.
Function of the Junior Volun-
teers will be to help in many of
the functions now being plan-
ned, with clerical assistance, pro-
motion, publicity, distribution of
literature and fulfillment of var-
ious other jobs designed to aug-
ment bond activities here. Miss
Shapiro and Charles Licbman.
who completed studies in Jeru-
salem, are scruduUd tor a radio
Zamora i >hS*r
IVI .* Sukkoi li
Zamora Jewish Center Sister-
hood will hold a Sukkoth Festi-
val on Sunday evening, October
5th, 7 p.m., at the Center build-
ing.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Max Friedson. Mrs. Dave. Matter
will deliver the welcoming ad-
dress. A musical skit, SS Mem-
bership, will be the feature of
the evening, with stage settings
by Mrs. Rose Feldman and cos-
tumes by the Mesdames Lillian
Ereshman, Ruth Borok and Berta
Marder.
The cast includes the Mesdames
Roz Glick. Vivian Plasky. Shir-
ley Dreitzer, Seydelle Corlin, Ter-
ry Hummell, Romola Locke. Bert
Toppelle. Edith Freeman, Sara
Gubin. Estelle Moskowitz. Ruth
Feldman, Lillie Ostrie. Rhea
Hamburg, Bella Smith, Fannie
Cohen, Ann Weisbrot, Winnie
Raab and Irma Graf.
In charge of the overall pro-
gram is Mrs. Bernhard Chosman.
] program over Station WIOD.
Thursday. October 9th. at 10:45
p.m. They will discuss their ex-
h'
The position of the centrist
jWrty was strengthened also when
results of an election for a
mi (i n delegation to represent
tivil service workers were tallied,
it was found that the Gen-
Temple Israel
[Tournament
A novelty feature anticipated
as a permanent future entertain-
wnt project for Temple Israel
nembers is being sponsored by
" Men's Club under the leader-
hip of President Jerome Freeh-
[jng The first of a series of
-hampionship Duplicate Bridge
j>nd Canasta Tournaments will
be held on Wednesday, October
sue
0T
Mh. 8
P-m., in Kaplan Hall.
trophies will be awarded, ac-
iording to Freehling.
|"ir* Feature
pxoUe \\ attleM
Dean's Famous Waffle Shop,
eaturing li kinds of waffles, is
[Pen 24 hours a day.
ISome of Dean's specialties in-
J'ude waffles with sour cream,
blueberry waffles and
^am chicken waffles. Dean also
erves peerless sandwiches and
U?*"- His shop is at 3604 Coral
^dv. Miami.
FESTIVAL RALLY
Thursday Night, October 9th, at 8 P. M.
HIBISCUS LODGE
AUDITORIUM
Alton Rd. at 10th St.
GUESTS OF HONOR
MRS. JUDITH EPSTEIN
Former Nal. President
of Hadaah
MOLLY PICON
The inimitable Stage Screen
Radio and Televiion Star
FOR TICKET INFORMATION CONTACT
Succoth Festival Committee
1622 COLLINS AYE.. MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-5561


FA3E4
*Jenistrkrkliar
FRIDAY, CCTjBtb 3 fc
EDITORIAL
Your Votp
The light to vote is the phclcnx upon which
the democratic process rests. T'nrcuch it, indi-
vidual citizens participate in the choice of their
governing cfccicls end ere ciso efforcee the
opportunity of expressing their opinions on legis-
lative end judicial matters.
The Primary Elections here October 14th. are
c ccse in point. Florida voters will co to the polls
Icr the purpose oi naming a Supreme Court Jus-
tice to the State Bench. On November 4th. they
will choose their President end Vice President.
as well as their Governor. At that time they
cie else scheduled to indicate their preferences
or dislikes recording proposed amendments to
the Florida Constitution.
Together these rwo eiectiens present a fan
picture c: cerr.crrccy in arucn. Through the priv-
ilege of their franchise citirans will direc-iy ai-
fee- the make-up of the three essential depart-
ments of our Government
Statistics alarmingly indicate the laxity with
wru>lj gualihed voters exercise their .ecc. rich:.
We ieave as argument cf whether such exercis-
ing is c privilege or c right to more profound
chclars. We see it cs c duty which, although
unenforceable must ever be fulfilled by citizens
who recognize that ncn-participction breeds all
rr.cr.ners cf dcr.cer :c representative covemment.
The world's history is tilled with the account!
c: people who subsequently fell into bondage
because they were mured to the duties incum-
benl on them cs member* c: z free society. [1 is
c.s: filled with "he heroic cccounts cf bloody
wars (ought ic win the franchise sc many of us
tacitly accept today.
Our history is already replete win teles of
A Kond ll.ir\ 'si
Isrcel Bond orficials in Miami i.-.dica
this week that some $54,000 worthofbond !3
purchased by worshippers in the c-ea i?*a*
gagues during the High Holy Days. S ^I*
This is a heartening figure. It .$ a ..1
easy metier to discuss the needs c: 0* oeeUi
ish state, especially during the sacred DerinJj
the New Year and Day of Atonement. when!!J
mind is filled with the thoughts 0! ccs: end"'0""
But it is exceedingly difficult to e-'oc-'1'11^
prccticol matter of purchase -- tc oaks 0^ \1
cretical understanding a useful cethna ^
end is the underwritinq of Woric lewrv'i
redemption.
More heartening news comes yet; a;:
to last reports, more of Micmi's Houses of Wor*
; accord
wiil_ join the Holy Day appeal for pur:h
c =: it
of Israel Bonds durinq the observanco
Festivcl of Sukkoth tomorrow and Sunday
The Season of the Harvest is indeed 0-
rcad to beina fulfilled. The lniant demoaJd
sterile earth rums green; its send; r.ve v-yll
fruitful crops. A growing, dynamic land. theLJ
state looks forward to its virtual independeM
of tin
Israel Bonds will hasten the reci.20t.or1
vision.
BUILDING A SUKKAH TOGETHER
the latter. It goes without saying that we want
to add to them none cf the former.
October 4th, is the iast day of registration by
Dade Countians. Both the County and Micmi
heve c permanent registration system. Voters
r.eed not re-register unless they hare moved al
have not voted at least once in the p-j, jwj
years.
Citizens who have not yet voted here orekl
where are eligible if they have lived in riorifc
for one year and in Dade County fci al least a
months.
Remember, the word "democracy ii a sail
one. h means rule of the people. Make it that.
Policy Committee Of Claims Conference
Ratifies West German-Jewish Pact
- :.- from 1 :
in 1. r. n .-. 1951 and -
ett< :
- Israel's .. foi
r. dollars as th< -. f negoi
ns. He said that Dr. Adei
.'_.-. the issue
- .-. -. Ger-
rran G 1 I 1 :
-- thai n 3er-
.ia.-- and
from the An
He t d that, "in all
. -
I 1 aii may -
thai av rendered a great
ti Israel and 1 um Jew-
Ma) : acj that I a-
rappy | 1 haing pursued this
: .- hat ing taken the inrti-
Btivi nvenc the Conference
and for meeting with the Ger-
Chancelkrr. I look tack
up r. my effort of the past Fear
with gratificatii n nd at me rr.eas-
: :, ide."
A Leavitt. whe beaded
the Conference negotiations ti
" .- gislative as-
pect : the agreement to
h Gennai rommitted
.: He described ii a; a pro-
gram which u-
fits a i&retr num-
: -eking
stitution and ind< nil
Hi .-.pressed hirnseU as hopeful
at the German Pj ment
enact the requi g lath n and
prtaK funds lor implemea-
ta: on so that thoex victim whe
rave waited so Icr.g v. ,d n -
granted what is rightfully
I .
Premier David Ben-Gurien of
in a letter read to the ses-
J aised Dr. Goldmar.r. for
' t- d table pan you have played
Deluding the agreement on
:-< --iairr.s to reparations from the
V -t German Government by the
State of Israel and the Jewish
people." He declared that 'your
energy, wisdom, and tact, as well
as you- courage, had a decisive
part in those neotistions."
The premier stressed the im-
nce of the participation of
"ewish organizations ir the
negotiations and extolled the
'"harmonious cooperation" be-
tween the representatives of Is-
rael and of the Conference.
He e .. tl at I the first
time. edenl been es-
tablished whereby a Great Power
..-. .: rtakes. under moral pressure
nly ti pay riuarations to vic-
: "- formei Government
For the first tirm in the history
' '' -" ; : oppressed
-r,dreds of
years in all countries uf the Old
" ppress r and plunder-
r bas had to hand back sorr- of
" polls and pay collective com-
for part .:' the mate-
?es
"This,"' t'.e premier declared.
:.- without any doubt an out-
come of the rebirth of the State
I Israel. The rights and inter-
ests of Jewry are no longer un-
defended thi y now have their d-
fender "
Germans Move To Allay Moslem
Resentment Over Reparations Pact
LONDON JTA)In a move t litical benefit of Israt.."
'.'. den resentment eve: The statement, published in the
the German-Israel r e p a rations I Karachi Times, refers ti th< "un-
:. the German Legation asiness about negotiaticne be-
in Karachi. Pakistan, has issued tween Germany and I^.-atl en
a statement desc.-icing the restitu- restinjtion'< and add-- that "a ger.-
.ion as for "the surviving victims nine and cordial friendship be-
oi Nazi crimes and not for the tween Germany and the Arabs
ON THE y g
iS&SSil
To Mahv Study
Oi Mvi 41 rran Art
1 Continued from Page 1)
the Budget ureau's sub-commit-
tee.
Rtp Javits renewed his protest
State Department. He said
he vas not satisf.ed with a Visa
e*plaua-ion.
In protest Rep Javits point-
ed out that according o informa-
' n ad .-Tpejve:. :t is the
p:a:-..:t in consular tffice abroad
. suggest to persons -f Jew:,.
t they inwrt their .---
Iigious fait.-, in thespac- provided
.-a applicLt.,-. for "race
and <:. -if. ation," He nid
the if ..-..- not majce such in-
serts r. th > are r-fused visas.
"To treat those of ^he Jewish
1 faith as an ethnic classit.
could only be cor.:,- ;cd ... d.s-
criminatory treatm< m and is
reaching for a definition of the
> ward ethnic' to aecorr.pbsh it.
! Rep. Javits said. Expert scienti-
; !ic opinion does not re_rd those
i the Jewish faith as an ethnic
fr'rtup and it 'iould not be so re-
garded."
"The State Department cannot
avoid responsibility for what goes
on in its consular offices by fail-
ing to specify or to list races and
ethnic classifications which would
meet the requirements of the '.! ;-
i Carran Immigration Law." he
said.
js =1= m=m B^muOi u
Shanghai City Of Refuge. Jewrj u.uld almost excuse the
proves interesting reading for horrendous brutality 1 f the Nazi
anyone fortunate enough to own regime on the basis of the Hitler-
a copy. Published by the China ian philosophy The Third' Reich
Weekly Review. Shang-ai. in barely sought to disgu.se its atti-
1940, the book presents a bird's- tuces and its active anti-Semi-
eye view <'. an area of refuge Xli"~~ Hitler, they said, at least
ir.to which untold thousands Jew- flooded at the start <'. wouW do he never prated of
World War II. and about wr..cr' d"CTacy, liberty and other
few Occidentals know anything roean>nleefi symbols."
The Disolaced Persons p-ob- E'Jt ,hese Jews cculd nct X"
Jthreak of thi war "' tte We8tera Democracies
than staggering Th -^'d statements, held con-
',:rncti1irefHugr^rc:'lemsand
!''- srs
cany, clreadT-exisung classes.
1 "* hip oout establishing business-
has always ex.
Government
foster and ex-
relations by < .
motives of tl
ment in concl
agreement with Ii
fore never be
of unfriendly attit^i
Arab States. T
based exclu-
feeiing of moral
the tremendous -
was inflicted on t;
pie by the Nat a r
gime."
It added that
clear without .
provision of the c,
states that g'
by Israel on the
payment should ^
for extension < I
nf settlement anc
Jewish refuget;^
therefore, lupph
with consumer c
enable Jewish
up a new exist
selves. The re
goods to other >
hi'cited under pt:
'The Federal G
statement con^i-
the plight of ti.
frvm Palestine.
German people :.
refugee problem
pathy. will be .
r U'priate inti 1
The Fedeill
ttrtmned
ineadlrj
- Tlf]
. Govns-j
- a restitnoa
U ::.- i
'. .- ar.vjatj
tawankti
. motive I
n a tmst
r-.sirility far I
nn| wkcj
Jewish bb-
.: Socialist n-1
is meat
ubt is is
(-rent whxi
be purcRad
- .;-..-*.
. excluawlyj
. possiiihua;
-.ebiliuaone'
Germany ri
: .Tjulr
A-hieh nl
to bui
:... for the*
(f rt oi th.
.-.ries ii ?
.t.-r.ment"P
.. hopes tM
A;ab :e.'uj
which
.liar with IS
:eei deep sj
-....ted b>
-.rasine
Of Shanghai needed ne pon doc- "^l '"**
.umems of any sort Thin thev u- bok '1a rewhit>on *or the
1 _, l e-- Westerner who has had 1'tt'e or
descended .pon the cay which n knowledge Of this aspect of
;had found its origin some 100 th< refugee situation and of the
years before as a result of th ''*'X s'"''"Shai played, even as the
! Boxer Rebellion and which was 'ty co:,,:nu*'d to remain the
then a flourishing wmmunitv for s:"mping "" Russian s
'gre.-s still awaiting the collapse
of the Communist Revolution.
-Jtmist r*rklhr
ubliihd vtry r-eiy ,|"r,1,,f
Of Th Jewith f 10' c t '",?
SJMth (tract. M11-' 6 "f*"tJl
-rod a* aaeond-cUK nattW W
^30. al tna Po.t C "<.' ""S
'!.. unaar tha Ad H MaMlS*
Tha Jawian rio-c f '' "zZ
H Jcwlah Up t. trl '"? JO
/vaa*ly Mambar cf ">e {%M
jraphe A9rcy. Sf.-*' VV*
SyixMcata. World- cr Nt* a*^Vfc
National Editorial *:u.-j" 'ni *
:a- A.aociat.on c< E-''^,
FRED K. SKOCHET
Editar ano 'u5 ,h*f .
LEO MINCLIN
H*w Ector
European emigres where v. ahh
and abject poverty existed side
ty s.de.
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth SwjJ
TeleDhonee2-114l-!
Moreover, it adds light to the
1 Displaced Persons problem een-
The book delineates adequate!v erally. and to thL 1
I than they did cheated. German _,
Leo Mindhn
The ewl>,':/":"0|'?7j:
niar.ntM the Km*r.r-ti *
tbadln a<1vTtlar-*
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VOLUME 25 \f^"
TTSHR1 14. 57"


OCTOBER 3. 1952
+Jewisti ncridiiifjir
PAGE 5
jreater Miami Jewish Community Center
leadership Drive To Open October 27th
ineral chairman
Miami Jewish
r'a community-
ip Ca npaign, ear-
ii iunced that the
GMJCC mem-
t; is
ri i k
v ;:i bfgin starting
r 27th and run
, r 10th.
ltd that subse-
',.', nn iiiuorr.ents will be
.acie i. garding events and meet-
L,. n A in the planning stage
purpose of presenting to
the Miami area a
/,...;,,. picture of GMJCC ac-
Currently on the Membership
.ading the drive
Icie a:e:
j,,-, r;h Honwitz, Sol Lasky,
Born-- Liniado, Seymour Gelber,
Xathan Becker, A. Budd
tl.r. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Vic
[ber. Morton Elterman, Leon A.
Ipftt Mrs- Ben Essen, Mrs.
lesse Freed, Henry Garisson.
yi aelo, Mrs. Gus Gins-
|urg, Mi 5. David M. Gordon.
link G irdon, Mrs. Sophie Grim-
Ddi. Hyman Kam. Phil Lyons,
Masters, Irving Saal, Wil-
ful s hlessinger, Chairman Leo
B t )!. Sherman and
Jni. Will Zuckerman.
:' lh<> Board of Di-
( atsr Miami Jewish
".-. are also part
Compare
TETLEY TEA
with any other brand
of the community-wide canvass
for membership. Thi y inclu
Stanley Barm tt, t"l... |i \ : |
nu.n, Leo AckuiM -in. A,, Cu-
ban, B^n Clein, Leo Chaikgo, Mrs.
Hose Feldman, Ben GiRer, Dr.
the Robert Grayson, Lawrence Gold-
berg, Leon Kaplan, Leo Huber-
man.
Leo Landis, Mrs. Benjamin
Miller. Miss Sue Moss, Paula Or-
lick, Stanley C. Myers, Leonard
Schiff. Fred S. Sewall, Isadore
Simkowitz. Mrs. Leo Sheiner.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. William Zuck-
erman and Louis Weintraub.
A Miami attorney, Sheiner has
been active in Jewish communal
affairs here for a number of years.
Miami Sisters Hold
Sukkoth Luncheon
The Sis'.ci hood of the Miami
If- i rew School ana Congri gi ti in
v.-ill bold a Si...'-. >'h Luni n
on Wednesday, Octobei '<'
the Synagogue.
ii vhjg on the con i with
Mis. Irwin Sirkin, are the Mes
dame&S mon April, Bickie Beck-
r, K.K.< .'. :. .: n i and Gabc
Pei
Donor Barbecue Party
Solomon School
Conference
The Hay.r. Salomon Jewish
Schools will B] a confer-
ence on Friday, October 17th, 8
p.m., J Cultural Cen-
I r, Mian E lii m i in-
tioi i] and organizational proW
brought about -by '.he ad
dition of a Ghildrens' Chorus
and Arts and Crafts Projects to
the school's curriculum.
Red Cross Readies
Hurricane Shelters
All 32 hurricane shelters in
Dade County have been stocked
with special kits for use during
emergencies, the Dade 'County
Chapter. American Red Cross, an-
nounced this week.
Two kinds of kits have been
placed in the shelters. One "in-
cludes medical supplies for first
Rid. The other includes record
books, pencils, cards and other
aids for registering storm refu-
gees as they flow into the shel-
ters prior to and during hurri-
canes.
Each shelter also has been[
stocked with emergency equip-
ment including a supply of lan-
I terns in case the power supplv
fails.
Only essential item not placed
in the shelters now is food. Red
Cross officials point out. When
a hurricane alert is sounded, kits,
containing food in amounts for'
50 parsons will be quickly as-1
scmbled by wholesale grocers I
from prescribed lists of items and j
..red promptly to the shel-
ters. Kits which are not consum-
ed by refugees during the emerg- I
ency are returned for credit to
the grocers.
Approximately 700 volunteers
have been assigned to disaster
stations and are ready to take
their posts when alerted, the Red
Cross reports.
Succoth Rally Star Molly Picon,
international star of stage,
screen, radio and TV. will te
the stellar attraction of the Is-
rael Bond Sukkoth Rally at Hi-
biscus Lodge Auditorium.
Thursday evening. October 9th.
Mrs. Judith Epstein, national
chairman. Woir.an's Division.
Slate of Israel Bonds Cam-
paign, will be co-guest of hon-
or.
or Barbecue Party will
ry Mrs. George Hornik
Leonard Wallach t 8
Sunday, October 5th, in
^joining outdoor patio
v.'ith.nfibt^eds going to the Elean-
or RrJosovelt Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women.
n Women Needed
Fifteen women are needed im-
mediately to enroll in a new
class pf Home Care for the Sick
which will start 10 a.m., Tues-
day,' October 7th. at Red Cross
headquarters. 5020 Biscayne Boul-
evard, it was annoonced this
week.


DROMEDARY
CAKE MIXES CHOCOLATE-NUT ROLL
DATE HUT ROLL ORANGE-NUT ROLL
FAMOUS
SINCE 1337
then Compare
TETLEY TEA
with any other brand
Mental Health Society
Shows Film At Flagler
The Mental Health Society of
Southeastern Florida presented
the film. Fears Of Children, at a
regular meeting of -the Flagler-
Grar.ada Jewish Community Cen-
ter last night. Dr. Louis Goulds,
child psychologist, acted as com-
rr.entator.
The Women's Group have com-
pleted plans for their annual
membership tea to be held at the
Center on Tuesday, October 7th,
at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Herman Feld-
man is chairman of the affair.
Wise Hadassah
Installation Brunch
An Installation Brunch of the
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha- \
dassah will take place on Tues-
day. October 7th, at 11 a.m., in
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
The program includes Pales-
tinian music, by Jean Jaffee; a
dramatic sketch, by Sayro Smith:
ar.d Jewish and English songs, by
Stella Andre, star of stage, radio
and television. Miss Andre will
be accompanied by Frances War-
sowe.
Olga Bibor Stern will also ac-
company Rose Dellerson in songs.
Kolrticn Luria Returns Home
Mr. Kolman Luria has returned
to his home, 4575 Post Avenue.
Miami Beach, after spending
three weeks with relatives in New
Haven. Bridgeport, New York
and Brooklyn.
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PAGE 6
* Umitf fkriiitr
raiDAY^OCTORra .
During The Week ... \
I Sir It
By LEO MINDLIN
ORTHODOXY AND MODERNITY
I listened intently to a kind-looking, old lady w
lesk last week The tierce ton,- ither-
mild manner. She came to m -- said, in th
and launched forth on a tirade against th .-. who ignore the Laws
i Kashruth.
Literally, il appeared to my visitor. Jews can not in fact con-
sider themselves Jews ii they pay no heed to that part of tradition
which demands strict observance of dietary regulations. This
attitude has increasingly become ? touchy one. especially since
the introduction of "modern" philosophic approaches onto the
orthodox scerra. Moreover, -the recent contest for power in Israel
between lhe old guard which virtaully envisions a theocratic stale
and the re-oriented groups which view Judaism in terms of cur-
rant mass need, has served in no small measure to make of the
problem an explosive affair portending great conflict.
Overtly, the quest.on seems to be highly personal and one
Which requires individual decision II increasing Jews
,:.. abandoned strict adherenc. I tary and W otlv.r regulatory
laws set down by the:: religion, they have done so in tr.e name ol
"practicality". They argue that they io not demand sirrflar de-
partures from other J< m that > n" and
that they see little reason I exiles. Their
of contemporary ideology, can
be no means with which to fill
the gap of his congenital failing.
V, t. must the modern" Jew
feel t e essential sterility <>f his
spiritual weil-.-pnng. Th.
: :, ntifkation between
Ml cultural orientation and
that of his forebearcrs will, while
integrating him into the machine
of technology, make of him. as
| well, a .hifting and isolated be-
ing. Certainly, his total adher-
ence to "r abstention from the
of Kashruth, can. of itself.
prove no personal panacea, but
he ought regard significantly the
'orthodox who seem safest since
they avoid the problem of degree
in "belief: even the ancient phil-
osophers had no answer for that.
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Die thai ation of Jewish
. i laws stcmn ni liti ns hii
no longer applicable time.

THE ORIGIN OF RELIGION
Valid att tu l< fin I e |ually planation [t is un tbted-
ly t-u. thi I ient Jewi fi< lationshi]
' | thi ich it sus:
tself. Thei I mtl to the ...... :
lion Bui m
..-..'. a I '
in at trad ti< nal H<
tings, that they stand side by sidi I I thica
listorical imation of the indh
resents 1 fountau
Eventually, or.a must view the matter in terms of religious
relief ard the origin of such belief. My visitor's outrage at what
ths considered the flagrant denial of the Laws of Kashruth seems
symbolic of orthodox distaste for c'iparture from any Jewish ob-
servance; desec:al:on of the Sabbath by performing some sort of
physical labor, no matter how trivial, is equally a case in point.
Thus. :hc. along with all orthodoxy, would regard the Sabbath
: as no Jaw,
......
; to the 1
t o the ex -
: I Ju is I
. ...
in t
. i isolation
Out of such mystical explanation grew an ethical code design-
sd te regula _. lhe relationships among men. This more highly '
pr.ilosophic phase of religious belief indicates a greater concern for
..:'e than for death and t mere advanced degree of social attain-
at. As a thing unto itself, the ethical code of any religion rep-
resenls the pu/jst expression of morality.
elfish enough to accept a I
let inattended by the whip : mysl Men will not
retribution of God for wrong-
g. The magnifi ol the ancient Greek religion, as an ex-
imined by university professors alone.
Id men of Athens divorced their magical explanations of the
ical world from a peerless li I ethics unenforced by divine
Thus, it was inevitable that mystery buttress morality.
-ubsequtnt confusion of both these aspects >i religion, together
theii overtone o; deification, makes up that spiritual source
r. which men base their belief in a Transcendent Power.

THE PRACTICE OF JUDAISM
However bound separated the Jewish ethical system ulti-.
its purely mystical writini the fact remains
.t an important relationship exists between the I I :thodox!
ents Indeed s witl adherents of othi tl I iditi n-
it often i'-" e mon ; hment than tl
i. the coi
Ignorance or understanding is no valus. here. Many intellec-
tual giants in our time, among them Jews, have embraced variant
terms cf Catholicism because they found in that religion greater
accent on ritual. Therefore, to the traditional Jew my visitor), the
denial of any phase ot law or lore represents an obvious desecra-
tion. It can. afterall. hardly be argued that religious matters ought
not be approached half-heartedly.
Laws of Kashruth appeal, among other places, as a principal
I an of the Fifth Book of Moses. If one is to accept the Sacred writ-
n toto, those sections concerning themselves with diet must be
pled, as well. Thus, the orthodox Jew presumably embraces
i very tenet of the written Word. It would be important to ascertain
it this is indeed so. if, for example, he considers their historic and
antbropologk aspects acceptable. In any case, he feels it mandatory
that all Jews emulate him. Violation is prohibitive in no lesser de-
cree than moral compromise.
.
OTHER PRACTICES
Abounding today, are Jews who have made a decided divorce
h. tween ritual and the ethical code of their religion. Accepting the
validity of scientific observation, they have, in turn, rejected modes
ol Judaism founded on natural primitivism. For them, the moral
aspect of spiritual belief seems a greater value than its attendant
.. ystery.
Romantic ties to religion, however, remain a principal source
of devotional satisfaction. As I see it. what "modern" Jews have
gained in their reform is ths belief that they are indeed modern
and above all. practical. Bui they have lost in the process a far
more important thing. No amount of intellectual discovery can
apparently bare the secret of man's reason for being. Indeed, as
the horizon of his knowledge broadens, the mystery of man's ex-
istence seems ever more impalpable. Practicality, the touchstone
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Kline To Be Feted
Testimonial Dinner Tommorrow
ank
r-nk Kline, who has served
- Quartermaster <>f the
'. in Bruce Brown Post No.
Jewish War Veterans, and
office in the Post for
,.,.,, period than any other
,;, r will be honored tomor-
evening, 8 p.m.. during a
timonial Dinner to be given
hv the Post ;lt tlle Lincoln
JW
Frank Kline
dr Kosher Restaurant. Miami
Hi.
urine this period of member-
Kline also served five years
I Department Quartermaster.
iddition. he was Finance Of-
of the Honor Guard for
years and acted as National
uty Inspector of JWV for the
amount of time.
Jine's wife. Minnie, served one
a? president of the Ladies
...iv to the Jewish War Vet-
Post.
h some 300 hours of volun-
fcork ;it the Veterans Admin-
tion Hospital. Coral Gables,
well Branch
? I ball League
early entries are any indi-
n. the Touch Football League
held at the Beach Branch
he Greater Miami Jewish
Minify Center should pro-
some of the stiffest compe-
seen in many years by lo-
louch football enthusiasts, it
[reported late last week.
none the early entries are
icellors Boys Club and Sat-
|Iv\. club. Other clubs that
made indications of enter-
are Keystone, Vikings, Reb-
'CniRhts and Lancers. Games
I be played every Sunday af-
Pon beginning October 12th,
imorial Field.
TURN
JUSTICE
HARRIS DREW
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To The
Florida
supreme Court
fPECIAL PRIMARY
ICT. 14,1952
p Politic.! Adv. Authorind by
Cmpiicn Trdiurtr
; Kline was awarded a VA Cer-
tificate of Merit. He is also ,,
member of the Harvey Seeds
Post. American Legion, and of
| the McAllister Post, Veterans of
Foreign Wars. He is coordinator
of Volunteer Services with Vet-
erans Administration.
Commander of the Post Ken-
neth Braidman and Dr. Max I
Tendrieh. Junior Vice Command-
er, are in charge of arrangements.
Hy Morris, past Department
Commander of the State of Flor-
ida, will be guest speaker.
Community Center
Opens Programs
The program of activities for
the Fall and Winter season of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center was officially
launched last week at a meeting j
| of the county-wide Teen Age j
: Program Committee, it was an-1
[nounced by Leon Kaplan, chair-
! man of the organization's Pro-
gram Council.
Chaired by Irvin Katz, princi-
pal of Miami Beach Senior High
School, the -meeting heard plans
made for a large-scale social e-
vent for teen agers throughout
Dade County who were affiliated
with either of the three branches
of the Center or with other Jew-
ish youth organizations, as well
as unaffiliated youth.
Preparations were also made
for providing leadership for the
many ten age clubs sponsored
by the branches and for re-in-
stating the series of weekly danc-
es on a local level.
Kaplan said that all of the Pro-
gram Committees on a county
level are now starting to func-
tion and are making plans for an
active season of service to other
age groups, including grade
school children, young adults,
and older adults.
Meeting at the Uniyersilv of Florida, a Coir mitt ee from B'nai B'rith givas final approval of plan:
,.co"?!ruc! a *65-0 Hillel House near the campus to be used for religious, social end cultural
activities. Left to right are Sam Robbins, Tallahassee, treasurer of th Slate Federation of B'nat
c "c ,rrls .w,lten- Jacksonville, honorary chairman of the State Fund for the Hillel Building:
n .' Ku*Patr,ck- of lhe Gainesville Contractors. Kirkpatrick and Pearson; Louis Ossinsky. Sr..
Oaytona Beach, chairman of tha Fund Raising Committee; and Harry Goodmark. West Palm Beach,
president of the Florida Slate Federation of B'nai B'rith.
Zionist lomy
MMt Wednesday
The Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission will hold its
first meeting of the season on
Wednesday. October 8th. 8:15 p.
m., at the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation Building, according to
Harry J. Sonz, chairman.
Harriet Solloway; a member
of the Hatikvah Senior Judaea,
and Paul Weiss, member of the
Chaim Weitzman Chapter, Senior
Judaea, will relate their experi-
ences this past summer at Tel Ye-
hudah, the national Young Judaea
summer camp.
Both Miss Solloway and Weiss
were sent to the camp on schol-
arship by the local Commission.
Reports on the coming Young
Judaea conclave will also be giv-
en, as well as reports from Young
Judaea leaders, Junior Hadassah
and IZFA.
Slatv Handieratt.
Shaw At Venetian
Hatel Oetober 26
Handicrafts from all over the
world from Mexico to Nor-
way, from California to Florida
will be put on display for the
first time here, when the Miami
Merchandise Mart Association
holds its first annual show at the
Venetian Hotel on October 26th
through 29th.
Gift ware and decorative items
in china, glass, silver, wood,
plastics, copper and other mater-
ials, including artificial flowers
so life-like that they rival the
real thing, are expected to fill
the four floors of the hotel.
Valuable objects d' art, never
before exhibited in the United
States, will be put on display for
the first time in Florida's history.
"Miami is the crossroads of the
world," said Marion Bowen, man-
aging director. "Show in Miami,
and you show the world."
Ring Theater Lists
Drama Performances
The Universi:y o: Miami Ring
Theater early this week announc-
ed its repertoire for the coming
Winter and Spring seasons.
Our Town, by Thornton Wilder,
will open the Ring's offerings
on October 28th, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Charles W. Philhour,
and run through November 8th,
for 11 performances.
On December 2nd, Director
Gordon Bennett will open Brig-
adoon, by Alan Jay Lerner. for
11 performances through Decem-
ber 13th. Samuel Taylor's, The
Happy Time, will open the Win-
ter season on January 13th, and
run through January 24th, un-
der the direction of Ed Mencrth.
From March 3rd through 14th,
Robert Sherwood's, Idiot's De-
light, will entertain Greater Mi-
ami audiences, with perform-
ances directed by Professor Fred
Koch.
Professor Sam Hirsch, in
charge of the University's An-
nual Shakespeare Festival, will
mark the British poet's birthdate
with 11 performances of King
Lear beginning April 14th, and
running through April 25th.
The Ring's session will con-
clude with an original, full-
length play scheduled for Mav
!13th.
Lorber Chapter Holds
Annual Member Tea
The Annual Membership Tea ol
.the Lorber Chapter. National
Home for Jewijh Children at
I Denver, was held in the Sorrent"
! Hotel yesterday afternoon. Miss
.Jackie Kuller, guest speaker, ;. id
I about her recent experiences dur-
ing a stay at the Home.
Dade Cardiac Group
Meets Wednesday
The Dade Chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, will
hold a regular monthly meeting
at the Sea Gull Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Wednesday. October
8th, 1 p.m.
The group's Brunch and Card
Party took place early this week
at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium
and was chaired by Mrs. Julius
Weiner, president.
Rev. Benjamin H. Kaininetzky
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ANOTHER SCOCP rolls in lhis wetk concerning Charles R.
Jacohson. once again exciting the Jacobson Club to a proud
told you so" with news that his "Trio" canras was picked to
gc on view in the illustrious High Museum of Atlanta. Ga.
Jacobsons non-objective pair.tir.g was promptly included By
these tcp names La American art. Doris Lee and Arnold Blanch,
who served as juuges. The show is the 7th annual Southeasl-'rn
Regional Art Show comprising be;t work from 8 states.
Atlanta's High Museum holds an invincible position for digruty
and tradition, as can be verified so thoroughly by Elsie Kronen-
iUd and David Golcwasser. Goldwassers report will oi necessity
ccrr.e by remote control, for he lives in Atlanta, is a prominent
figure in Us Symphony ard. being a fraternity brothar of "Chass
Jacobson. is probably high on his way to the High gallery this
minute, to contemplate "Trie." Inte.-jsting is the note that this
marks the first time Trio" has ever been shown. It is a Jacob-
sen "newest"
ON THE BEAT:
Delighted surprise to welcome a letter fro.-, the Snorenam
;ird Norman \":!:<,s signed by Manager Henry 3 Stupell so truly
g-time-n His Bess, who also has a host of warm friends,
underwent major surgery for a cardiac condition and is still con-
vincing. Big cheerful thing they own is that magnificent film
they shot traveling through Mexico I always did think it rated
a professional run at the Carib! ... I 1 1 ... XW./lw-
Speaking : p rati na naw, n ; me. I Quit D Pall is at .lo;U nlVSlOW \\ t l>
Ml s : la k Aji
MORE MAIL brings :r. Greet -' M.lwaukee. I
citj that Harold Sba] Natch, this is f>
.: sister Rose, regular visit here Fr m Max Di
.. ng slogan "Beauty at your Fingertips with Cera
"..;. s : Ceramics in Miami and on
t.-t Beach Basi advax I nlptun &nd drawing classes, f ttei -
-.-. s. kilns 1 ks fas inating .
ng :.. -_. I ar tyj is insuranci executive
Ruth !j -- ntlj nl I SI Clul I eside .
rRIDAY.^CTQ^
Temple Israel
Sisters Meet; See
Fashion Show
Init.al meeting of the season
cif Temple Israel Sisterhood will
take place on Monday. October '.
6th. 12:30 p.m.. at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel Roof. A luncheon :
and Fashion Show will mark the
affair.
Mis. Harold Thurrr.an and Mrs.
Lawrence Adler will be co-chair-
men of the event. Mrs. Leopold
L. Schwartz, president of Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood, will preside.
;i. oratii ns will be done by Mrs.
Arthur Triester. with Mrs. Max
Holts'cerg as her co-chairman.
The Hostess Corrrmittee will be
headed by Mrs. Morton Green-
wood, with Mrs. Ed Greenwood
acting as co-chairman. Mrs. Nor-
man Rossman will be in charge
.f the Ticket Committee. Reser-
vation chairmen are Mrs. Joseph
.Mrs. Daniel Bader
( -
- : .v. r
ith offices san < L-::. '.r. R< .-..: :'. is
rorce Man
In a cereminy at Rabbi Mor-
ria A Skep's home- in Coral Gab-
: s surrounded by family and
. :::. nd-. Joan Br<
caught-.: if Mr. and Mrs. Alex
the bride of Dan-
- v. 356 S\V 13:h Str.-et.
ie: Bader. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving B-d-r. 2083 East 18th
Bn klyn, :' w Y< rk.
Sanuel Bader acted as best
Maid of honor was Arlene
EresJow.
The bride wore a white import-
> N'atalii Weinstein ''. insten now owns so
nes it's impossible to know froi vh lirectioi
' .-. I H< I thi ilia uts:de St
. rC llins Ave 7 straighten lit I ird, therel
Nat had t assun everyc ">'' Inesda jusl breezed in
the I Maine, where the Weinsteins run a large pro- ed organdy ballerina-length gown
... isini .- with scalloped neckline. Her
SPECIAL NOTE TO BERT LASKY: They nevei : i warded m sh alder-length illusion veil was
tit sent but :.-. <:. attached to a cloche of matching
EXTRAORDINARY is the job done by Joe Mooney at the organdy with sprays of Lilhes of
Batcb'l Community Center. His narrations of composers and t: e Valley. She wore a corsage
their lives are as deftly adjusted to his audiences as anything f white roses to complete her
Neilin^rsTd!()r.
Shirley s Iietroty
The engagem, ,: 0l Mjj
ley Bernice Nciljnge, J"L
Berger was t]
day, Septembei utj, a. '
held in the p, ;,,,::,*'.
room. Cleveland. Ohio.
Miss Neilingi
;of Mr. and Mrs David 2
Miami Beach, she is JJ
; of the Univei : m '
;she was aff .h ^
; Lambda Phi Service Sororihl
Kappa Delta P! Education H*
ary. ^
Mr. Berger ^ parents |
and Mrs. Sam Berger, of J
.land. He is a C(^J
| land College and is now .V^J
ing the Graduate School 7M
ness at Western Reserve 1MB
sity there. H
Plans are being made (J
late December wedding utfiJ
Beach. J
you've ever marveled at. Particularly happy was the night-llma
ever.; when Fern Sherman brought her trained voices in an oper-
e*:a program of Viennese music. The large gathering loved her!
The PUBLIC'S INVITED to a reception this Sunday afternoon
et 1828 Biscayne Boulevard, honoring the opening of the unusual
Miami Nursing and Convalescent Center. Owner Henry Yonlcor
has put rates at S8 daily, ard will have a Rabbi to lead services
ar.d supervise dietary laws for those requesting it. The place is
brand-new.
ALSO FOR THE PUBLIC is the big Travel Seminar scheduled
ky the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for Oct. 17th at the
BCM Souci at high noon. A panel of business experts will outline
what's business going to be through the Fall and Winter. The
strucrure-boys include Charlie Horrworth. veepee of the Ameri-
can Hotel Ass'c Joe Horan. Travel Bureau director. N.Y. Stale
Dept. of Commerce, and Clif Housley. Curtis Publishing* recre-
er.cn and travel market analyst. Luncheon is S2. Be prepared to
invest the afternoon, they say until 3 p-m. at least, with your
questions.
A similar seminar last year was powerful good.
DISPATCH FROM ISRAEL:
Ruth Brotman'a letter this week was so
. nsemble. Her only piece of jew-
. was ;. strand of cultured
pearls.
Newlywed Mrs. Bader was
, graduated from Miami High
School and attended the Univer-
sity Ol Miami. The groom was
graduated from James Madison
: High School and attended Brook-
. lyn College and CCNY. At pres-
ent he is in the Air Force.
The couple will spend their
honeymoon in Miami Beach and
| will then fly to New Mexico
- where Mr. Bader is stationed.
Mrs. Philip Hecker Is
Host At Her Home
tin. Leopold L. Schwartz
Williamson and Mrs. Max Meisel.
Mrs Louis Adler. pianist, will
provide background music.
The latest designs in clothes
will be presented by Turzel. Lin-
coln Road coutourier, accompan-
ied by the newest fur styles by
Pinto. Mrs Celia Adams. Lincoln
Road Fashion Show coordinator,
will comment on highlights of the
fashions as they are presented.
Zamora Center Plants
Tree Of Life In Lobby
A Tree of Life has been planted
in the lobby of the Zamora Jew-
ish Center, according to an an-
nouncement here. The tree needs
no plant food, no watering and
no special attention to make it
grow. Its branches reach toward
the skv and may be embellished
by adding leaves to record the
names of persons and special
events.
Richard Miller Bat
|Mit2vah()nSundJ
Richard Miller, sen cf Ju.-T
Mrs. George Miller, U61M
Avenue, Mian.i Sr.::r,gs. \M
i Bar Mitzvah on Sunday, tail
j ond day Sukk th, Oct I I
19 a.m.. at th< Hialeah-M
: Springs Jew:.-!, Cer:-:r U
i end Leo He. : ritual -:ai
: will officiati
The Be: .M\ has breai
tending the O i: : Sundi]
Hebrew Sen ptgl
years. He is a Is a studentan
, Hialeah Junior High .;
' will addres.- the i :.:er, ti
meaning of the Sukkctbaau
plain the syn : the Lni|
Grandparent.- ;.:< Mr
\braham Levitan. '. M:r..j
' reception eiv- i the
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w.res for permission to quote. She got back to Nor..-. America ar.d
is now :r. Montreal at her bi ther's b m 4255 St. Urbaun St. "I
could write a book." she says, referring to her assignment to feature
the Israel Music Festival for the Winnipeg Post. "V.'; sang 8 or 9
concerts in 2 weeks to audiences ranging from 40.000 to 100.000 who
are soul-thirsty for music and culture. I ask you: can you git peo-
p.e to sit for hours en stones to lis.-^n so ir.tenll|V arid they all paid
tcr it Miami Beach, please r.otei.
"The opening concert in Ramal-Gan (which mean* Garden
Heights) outside cf Tel-Aviv had over 40.003~paid listetars can
ycu imagine the thrill of 2.000 Jewish voice* from England. Ire-
land, Canada. US.. Belgium. France. Yugoslavia and Finland sing-
ing their folk songs, then en misse ana sang three* Hebrew num-
bers we'd prepared respectively, then coached together on the
snip for 6 days.
Our first broadcast was at Kuril's Tomb. We sang at the
Jordan River. Haifa. Jerusalem priceless for^afl who partook.
What impressed me most was that despite the fact we were ail
Jewish, few of us had a common lar.cuac ., until we sang in He-
brew those three songs. For those of us who speaJi Yiddifch. it
was different, but the French Jews do not speak. Yiddish, nor do
the Belgians or Yugoslavians.
"I: doesn't seerr. possible I crossed the Atlar.rti* tVr'K*i rmd th-
Vei.;errar.ean twice, saw and did so much in so short a time I
made :t my bus:ness every Friday night when on land to viit a syn.
. g gue, and many a tear did I shed when I came into towns like |
Nimei France, where once 2.000 Jewish families lived and now
only 90 families remain .
The Paris synagogue was the most impres&.ve. In TcLAv.v '
they have the "Great Synagogue."
"Best reception was giv-n us by the Pioneer Women in Haifa.
They gladdened our souls with their sincerity and efficiency, not
Jc mention their better than austerity diet which u received all
over. Must say goodnight it is 12 p.m. but I am carriec away"
Mrs. Philip Hecker. cf 5800
gripping. I buzzed the I Pine Tree Drive, was host at her
home to members of lh< Henri-
etta Szold Group. Hadassah. last
\V< dr.esday.
Membership chairrr.an of the
Group. Mrs. Hecker was assisted
at the Lumheon by Mrs. Max
A Membership Campaign
will fir:;.ally rptn on October
20th. Mrs Hecker said.
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tig
\ Fetes New
incipal. Install
fleers Oct. 7th
Beach Junior Senior
,,! pTA is tendering a
on October 7th, 8 p.m.,
;t. gchool patio, honoring Mr.
n Katz. newly appointed prin-
aml Mr. Olin Webb, out-
principal.
school band, under the di-
ng,, of John Coleman, will
,gevi ral selection* Mrs. Har-
iRogers, program chairman,
Lnces that the president of
foade County Council of PTA
install the officers for the
Ijng year as follows:
I,,, an th( Mesdames Leon
lent; Harry Rogers. 1st
president; Ben Zion Gins-
2nd vice president; Leo
ndeis, 3rd vice president; Ir- ly Wednesday.
Rotiiman, recording secre-
j secretary!
fcienbaum, treasurer.
and Manuel
JSSB Moves To New Quarters In Miami;
Will Allow For Expansion Of Program
One of Greater Mitmi's lctding | vi'-c? include lamily counseling,
Jewish social welfare agencies is short time financial assistance'
moving its facilities to a more Urvte.. ?, *l 7 afmdnce'
centralized location from which ?',' t0 the aged and t0 cer"
to serve the community p-* at n *&?** oi transients acccrd-
the same t me rr.ik room for i in8 to their individual needs,
the expansion of the wo.k id i*u j The Bureau, which his acted
other Community Chest agencies, | as an intake agency for the Jew-
Travelers Aid Society fend Fam- icK ~ J '" ,
liy Service, in Its .v.- lva. &h Home For The A^d, recent-
lion. ly established a new counseling
a an a?serv,ce EHureau- ks-s-^Lss^ist
a Red Feather agency renderingUfc,, serVK.e ,, aimfd \we K
Professional casework services to new resjderits of .he e P n*
from the : hion Mart gliding ^y^ZSL^^
A two-way referral service
with the Jewish Community Cen-
ters here aids parents in the com-
mun.ty to work out problems of
conduct and feeling? in family
difficulties. The Bureau is now
runniT? a monthly caseload of
o: JSSB. said in making the an- over 220 cases per month. This
nouncen.ent. "Th.s move, one of means over 100 cases per month
the imperative steps brought out, over 1951, Mrs. Myers explained,
in a self-examination survey 1
which has been before
to Room 206 of tiie Calumet
Euilding. 10 NE 3rd Avenue, ear-
"The Bureau is attempting to
Max Schoenfeld, corres- ca;ch up with the nee(Jg of thjs
glowing .community," M$. Stan-
ley C. Myers, volunteer president
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (Center), president of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, puis lhe litbon officially opening the agency's
r..w offices in the C?lumet Building. Mrs. Louis GUsser. JSSB
Fub'.ic Relations chairman, and W. Keith Phillips. 1953 Commun-
ity Ch'.sl C&rr.paign chairman, look on. The Bureau is one of the
Chest's 23 Red Feather agencies.
oil a ill Group
ens Season
> Board ol Directors of the I which has been before the Board i Miriam Schcinberff
will Gmup of Greater Mi- 'for the past two years, will allow',--
for expansion of the Bureau's INaitied I art-Time
will meet on Wednesday af-
loon. October 8th, 1 p.m., at
[Beth El Congregation.
Iscussed will be the Group's
li: (i :n tivitics under the aegis
ladoi Scl waitz and Mrs. Jen-
A'lUhyk. Mrs. Miriam R.
will preside, with Mrs.
Daniels, 1st vice president,
Ming.
s. Kopelowitz Flies
I Brother's Rites
|r.-. M J Kopelowitz left early
week by plane to St. Louis,
|duri. where she attended ser-
ler her brother who passed
suddenly.
program and for modernisation Yoiint? Illdi."i Hi'irl
of its casework techniques in line uunS Judaea Head
with the current changes being Mlss Miriam Scheinberg has
introduced in social work in our been "-rned part-lrme City Direc-
tor of Young Judaea lor the
changing world."
Mrs. Myers also said that wel-
fare agencies today need to pre-
sent their services in a business-
like setting, for more people are
turning to social agencies for
casework aid in family programs,
parent-child problems and other
situations where financial diffi-
culties are not involved.
The Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau serves the entire Jewish com-
munity regardless of economic
s atus. The Bureau's specific ser-
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Greater Miami area, according
to an announcement made by the
Southern Zionist Youth Com-
mission last week.
Miss Scheinberg, a graduate of
Florida State University at Talla-
hassee, has been doing Youth
Commission work for the past
few years and was secretary of
'.he Florida office of the Com-
mission.
Other City Directors named in
the announcement from Jack
Becker, Jacksonville, chairman of
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*Jmist FkridKair
FRIDAY. OCTOBER,
Southern ZOA Leaders To Meet In
Savannah; Discuss New Proaram
t gather in S
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the ZOA on I "
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Z.onis here
Prill -.aiters ,;:
ference Luaahai -
It the IV? ".: H ti
day. Octc ill be Dr.
Sidney Marks
and Mend*. N F -
ril- th( ."'
Fund :: A^cr:.i C Marks will
is of
t rial polic? Fisher ill srplain
.. -. :.-. JJff plaj i in
- ( : ZOA pr -
T will ale pan
ua ns dealing
- red Ami rican
1 ', Israel .-.;.-
utziut and public relations work
i n the Amer in Pan
- in tl b will be
W rt M ra an : l
Kati rial Admin strattv. c an
R bert A "i.^y pr> I :'
Scut stern Region: and
Benjamin S Baker
; the runtftee.
jth in tin :.<
cf ZOA 'a ;?ec-
eting I lh Eatec iitive
I the Swathern Z. n-
ist Voutl natation or. Friday
aftern n
. Conference wiU be ushi red
- n Friday. October I7th. n il
ioes Mid at the Agud-
ath Achim Synagogue The Sa-
vannah Chapter I Hadaatah,
en's Zi mitl Organization of
America, wfll honor delegates
i their a ives at an Oneg Shab-
rat c.t Saturday aftern n, Oc-
18th, at the B'. B'nth
5; naajpfue.
Bog! .. -
- an iddress by Mayor Sal-
? -.- i TJk lunng th
. Banquet
t the ti nal
- :
U ''.-
Host District
Chesed Shel Emess
Sisters Meet Monday
f the S
1 She] En ess ill guests
at the Mrs bneJ
berg iS 24th
Street tor thf first
new year n M aday. Octob-
- 1 BJE A ":' "----" -' -
I "..' rr.a:r. featUZl
: the prigrarr
B'nai B nth Council
Names Leaders For
Member Campaign
.-.airmen :
:n*te the Annual B'na: BI th
GO Gr-ster Order4 Mrr"~
- Flor:;i .-._.-.
been v Sidney M
At D : the B'nai
C BHJefl of SMflk H
T-. 1. dfe M< rr.sersiip .
men and E 5i-*r< will
meet la Tuesday. October err.
:: in :.- K.r; Art
R Saxony Hotel tc
leaner the IMfl Membership
At b eiH Mid
A. J. Kaplan, former president
3t N Sti I 3 nal
B'.t.-.. -as been desii
B B'ril C -- '' '
a rman S th him a?
...... -
Bernard Li.....
Barnett Beckerman, Mi-
ami Beach Lodge S Inej Has-
koe. Cora! Gables L->dge: Sey-
Hmkes, Tropical Lodge:
David Fent a, North Shore
Lodge: Jack Falk. Isaac Levin
Lodge: and Jack hurschbaum.
Flamingo Lodge.
Mrs Sidney Suss is Member-
ship chairman of the Metropol-
itan Women's B'nai B'nth Coun- '
ciL with Mrs. Tena Katz. presi- .
dent
Other appointments to key
leadership positions in the Mem-
bership Campaign will be an-
nounced at the October 6th kick-
saton. President Aronovitz
indicated.
"- itured .-peak..- wil] : Max
N Kr ,::'. of Washington. DC.
nati tor ol Membt i
B'na: B'nth. wh
ined by Jul :-
- retary of
District Grand L dge N 5
I 2 Gn ter Ordei 3'na:
B'rith -. will
- enti U
B'ril Pres-
-' We look
i Jling 1,000 new
rs in the humanit rian
'.: and phi
pngnaa."
Act
- i B'::th li :-
f: ::da will extend from
ITth through December
Wtr
Beth Sholom Temple
Teen-Agers Hold
Open House Saturday
The newly organized Temple
Teen-Ager? of Temple Beth Shol-
)m held an informal Open House
and Dance last Saturday even-
ing, according to an announce-
ment by Gus Jacobson. chairman
of the Temple's Youth Activities
Committee
Function of the affair was to
inaugurate the future program of
the Temple Teen-Agers Present
plans include establishment of a
Teen-Age. Canteen for informal
til ties
The Men's Club of the Temple,
the leadership of Dr. Alex-
ander Robbins. has equipped the
Ten.pit- V uth Center with a
furnished lounge, game room and
social hall for dancing. It is ex-
pected that the Temple Teen-
ager? will decide on additional
facilities and equipment they
need in the near future.
David Kulchin. graduate stud-
ent at the University of Miami,
has been appointed director of
the Teen-Agers. In addition to
Gus Jacobson. other members of
the Temple's Youth Activities
Committee are: Charles Silvers,
Mrs. Leila Rosenthal. Joseph Par-
do. Mrs Irving Rothman. Mrs.
Alexander Rubin. Mrs. Benjamin
Goldstein, Mrs Robert Yaffey,
Mrs Samuc! Beckerman. Sey-
mour Weiss and Aaron Farr.
Flakier Women To
Hold Annual Affair
The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center have completed
plans for their Annual Member-
ship Tea on Tuesday. October
7th. 1 p.m., at the Center.
Mrs. Herman Feldman is chair-
man of the affair. Mrs. Ben Clein
will be in charge of refreshments,
assisted by the Mesdames Leon
Barnard. Ralph Lang. Joseph
Masters and Paul Marks. Mrs.
Phil Schiff is in charge of enter-
tainment.
Hialeah Center Member
Drive In Progress
Membership Chairman Mrs. N.
Becker, of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center, has an-
nounced that an extensive drive
is in progress which will run
through November 15th. The
drive will be climaxed by a Mem-
bership Tea to be held at the
Center. In charge of information
is Mrs. N. Beckeraat.
Obituaries
JACK WEIN8TB2
B#*.-h. tti,| ,,. <_ .'I-'
he li un .-
and oa.
MM to \.u ,
Baach Rive
LO(!l \:
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pww. -. f
d.ni h- -.. or i ;
in mirviv.-,! by 1
four duurhi.!- Mr.
Mr, Edytfc,
Luck an.I M-. -
i si*. Iravr* :. .
I Sonia Fifm-i.-m '. M
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ll.t-rsldr i'h.,
; Me* -...
on Mount Binal
BVBLTX WETJTO
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; by t" brol
Al thur By< i I M HfmfcMi
sent to Tr.
I sal vlcaa and Inti
i Baach i:i\.-- -..:.
Liebman Moves
Seymour B. Litrman arjj
es the removal of his of:,cesI
the practice of law frorr. ;?JI
coin Road, to Suite 215. S1
Icoln Road. Miarr: Beach
fiWfi navid PTA
Open Svastm
The first regular meeting of
the Beth David PTA will take
in the Synagogue. Mon-
day. October 6th. 8 p.m.
Rabb: Max Shapiro and Jer-
ome Gordon, edu...'
I : '.... .-. Icomi after
..:._ been int I by Pres-
ident Mrs. B Lev.:.
T"- assembly wil] adjourn to
the Sukkah f-jlowmg the meet-
ing, where Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will sing Sukkoth melodies
and lead the group :n commun-
ity songs.
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PAGE 11
LIGIOUS DIRECTORY sy~Sry
Ahava, Israel Rabbi is;,;,, Ever Or-
th St., Miami Beach.
Max Shapiro,
Ira An.,
on the first day is scheduled as:
The Sukkah, Fortress Of Faith "!Li"~"Dr- """ryahu Swiraky
The Rabbi-s second sermon will' I mSFShJPJEL *
be: The Sukkah, Sanctuary of
Israel's Eternity. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6 p.m.
rSETH ISRAEL CONGRE"
" i will hold Sukkoth serv-
Friday evening at 5:30
Saturday and Sunday morn-
vices are scheduled for
b.ni.. and 5:30 p.m. Rabbi
p; n t'assel and Cantor Ab-
Seif will officiate. Daily! CORAL GABLES
l are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 j CENTER will hold Friday
jTng Sukkoth services at 8:15 p.
I m. Subject of a sermon to be de-
H DAVID CONGREGA- ] jivered by Rabbi Morris Skop
..ill usher in the Sukkoth :ls scheduled as: Life In A Booth.
| tonight at sunset. Satur- j Cantor Irving Robinson will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the Center
Choir under the direction" of Leon
Schiff. Saturday morning serv-
ices will be at 9:30 a.m. At 7
p.m., the Annual Parade Of The
Scrolls will be held in celebra-
tion of Simchat Torah. The clos-
ing day of the Sukkoth Festival
will be observed on Sunday
morning, 9:30 a.m.
Ih.l.,x. 525
Beth David
Conservative,
-Miami
Rabbi
26J5 SW
c;l Sun jay morning services
r.eduled for 9 a.m., with
Max Shapiro and Cantor
e Mamches officiating. A
,n will follow in the Suk-
rith Mrs. Ida Shargaa in
if arrangements. Central
of the discourses to be
ltd by the Rabbi is: A
Challenge. Floral offerings
by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
ii an i Mr. and Mrs. Sam
in in memory of their
Student services
on Saturday ;.nd Sunday
5yi 4-ii' at 10:30 a.m.
IMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
the Sukkoth ob-
i luring Friday evening
\ i >n ght at 6 p.m. Satur-
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
Sukkoth services at 6 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m., with Oscar Wein-
stein assisting Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Subject of the Rabbi's ser-
mon is scheduled as: Harvesting
Our Good Deeds. Afternoon serv-
: vices are sched- j *ces will be at 5:30 p.m. Observ-
when Rabbi Irv-|ance f the second day of Suk-
will officiate. Sun-
' ning services for the sec-
I y Sukkoth are also
Bed at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehr-
ciuring both serv-
I David SUverman
ir.der the musical portions
i..... assisted by the
Ch under the direction
' urg.

l?LE ISRAEL of Miami
Beth Sholom Rabbi I..-n K,.....ft
2m?*i&i. L1", (S *** S
lv ,, A Rab.b. i?ePh Rckov-
sk>. Oith,|x, .,35 |.;ui.|i,| A,. M.
anil Beach.
! JEWISH Cof.r,a',G"?,le*,T!'"l',bl M""ls Skop, Ub-
I JfcWIbH : l 320 Palermo Ave., -. Qablea
iday even- "v,?,,1? Synagogue-Orthodox, 185
NW 3rd Ave. Mlnmi.
FlaBler-Gransda-:,!) NW Slat Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
UuSSSt ''I""""1"*. H Cth St., M.B.
Miaieah-Miami Springs Reverend
I.e.. I!,.|m. Ml K. 4th Ave.. Hinleah.
Hollywood-ltahbi Jacob IIoiiIk, Con-
servatlv,-. 2030 Polk St., Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
*>-ha, ( t.nseiVHtivr, 31KI SW 24th
Ter., Miami,
Knejeth IsraelIt.a.l.i Abraham Cea-
se.1, Orthodox, 1115 Kuclld Ave..
Miami Beaan.
Miami Beach-Rabbi Irving I.ehrrrmn.
Conaervatlve, 170] Wash. Ave, M.B
Miami Hebrew School- H^.bl Simon
April, Orthodox, 11m SW 12th Ave
Miami
North Dade-Ral.bl Hairy Kttlnftcr,
I onsorvailv... i:..i3n \v. Dixie lllrh-
way, North Miami.
North Shore- Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wlti, Conaervatlve, 120 7.">th St..
I Miami Reach.
I Temple l.-.raelDr. Joseph N'arot, Re-
form, 187 NB 19th St.. Miami.
Titereth Israel 8604 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami.
West Miami-Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, 6710 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Isiuel i irthdox. 40IH Chase
Are., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative, ii Zamora Ave., Coral
'.ablcs.
koth will begin at 9 a.m.. on
Sunday, with Rabbi Waxman dis-
cussing: Spreading The Taber-
nacles Of Peace. Special Junior
Congregation services will be at
11 a.m.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening Suk-
koth services at 8:30 p.m., with
Reverend Leo Helm officiating ,um- "''! ,""' Rb' amn* the
. vening Sukkc land discu-ing: Sukkah Chal- W .WM Of Plenty A spec-
- om Children ]e"Sc A"d Pr sK] willZ IT** Wl be at 9 a.m., with } Monday, October 6th, at
tor Samuel Kelemer will render
the musical portions of all serv-
ices.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Sukkoth services
on Friday evening at 5:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., when
Rabbi Moses Meseheloff will dis-
cuss: Human Walls. Sunday
morning services will be at 8:30
to the Haven
ntally Retarded
Joseph Narot
b Bornstein will
S iy ii inning serv-
uled for 11 a.m.
*
)HEw ACADEMY will hold
v : Sukkoth services
p Saturday morning
scheduled for 8:30
ill be at 5:30 p.m.
jf the second day
fkoth will begin at 8:30
h Sunday. Subject of a
by Rabbi Alexander Gross
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the Bible Class participating.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Maariv. During the
Sunday service, at 9 a.m., Rich-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Miller, will become Bar Mitzvah.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold Sukkoth services to-
night at 8 p.m., with Reverend
Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An
Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Reinhard in hon-
or of their new-born son, Rob-
ert Jay, will follow. Sukkoth
services will continue Saturday,
commencing at 9 a.m., with Min-
cha at 5 p.m. Sunday services
also be at 9 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Sab-
bath-Sukkoth services tomorrow
morning, 9 a.m.
i
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will observe the beginning
of Sukkoth during Friday even-
ing services tonight at 5:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky -officiating
and discussing: Homes During
The Morning Service. Mincha is
at 5 p.m.. followed by Maariv.
Sunday services are scheduled
for 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Rack-
ovsky will air the theme: Unity
During The Morning Services.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by Maariv.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
usher in the Sukkoth Festival
during Friday evening services
tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate and dis-
cuss: The Joy Of Living. A re-
ception will follow in the Patio
Sukkah. Saturday morning serv-
ices are scheduled for 10:45 a.m.
A Harvest Festival will feature
a dramatic responsive reading
written for students of the Beth
Sholom Religious School, as well
as a Lulav and Esrog Procession.
Pupils will bring offerings to the
Alter, scheduled for later dona-
tion to the North Beach Elemen-
tary School for Thanksgiving
baskets. Lulavim and Esrogim
p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION
will usher in Sukkoth during Fri-
day evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday morning
services are scheduled for 8:30
a.m. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
will officiate and preach on both
days. Subjects of his sermons
are: Unknown Warriors and The
Universal. Cantor William Wolf
will chant the liturgy at all serv-
ices.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services observ-
ing the start of the Sukkoth Fes-
tival at 6 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Subject
of a sermon to be delivered by
Rabbi Simon April is: The Perm-
anent Sukkah. Mincha and Maar-
iv will be at 6 p.m.
Jewish Home Auxiliary
Opens Season Tuesday
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
for the Aged will resume its ac-
tivities for the season at its first
Board Meeting on Tuesday, Oc-
tober 7th, in the Sea Gull Hotel,
according to Mrs. Sol Silverman,
president.
Mrs. Max Greenberg, founder,
will be hostess at a coffee at 10
o'clock, preceeding the business
session.
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the undersigned, .l.-sii Iiik to engage In
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Mlaml Itearh, int.-mis to register said
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Court of Ii.id.- Countv, Florida.
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Yomen Music Studio
Opens Second Season
The Yomen Music Studio an-
nounces its re-opening for its
second season here.
Margaret Yomen, co-director,
indicated early this week that
the Studio has already produced
a number of exceptionally tal-
ented students. They include
Bebra Karg, 5 years old: Michael
Cooperman, 6 years old; Susan
Paul, 8 years old; and Wendy Sol-
ar, age 11.
The Yomen Studio co-director
received her early music training
under Toscha Seidel, noted violin-
ist and Columbia recording artist,
and later studied at the Julliard
School of Music, New York. Since
her arrival here, she has been
music director at the former
Beach "Y", organized and is con-
ductor of the Miami Beach'Song-
sters and has accompanied^ num-
erous concert performances.
Ben Yomen, conductor, com-
poser and teacher, studied at the
New England Conservatory. He
was music director of the Miami
Beach Jewish x Center for three
years and is conductor of the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chor-
us.
New Americans Party
A Sukkoth Party for New
Americans will be given on Sun-
day, October 5th, 8:30 p.m., at
Temple Beth El. Mrs. Samuel
Gertman, chairman of the Miami.
Division Service to Foreign Born
Committee, is in charge.
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PAGE 13
iNk Halt Of Arms Shipment
AVIV (JTA)The Government of Israel will ask the
rn powers not to resume the supply of arms to the Arab
so long as these states refuse to sign peace treaties with
it was officially disclosed here. A Foreign Ministry spokes-
Lid the Israel Ambassador in the United States and the Min-
I :n London and Paris had been instructed to approach the
Lnents 10 which they art accredited and to muke su^h iepre-
FonS- .....
ten Major's Mfe Is Spared
(HE HAGUE (WNS)By royal dtcree. the death sentence of
p. }'. I.ages, wartime head of the German Security Police in
L-dam. who was responsible for the deportation of 70.000 Am-
ti Jews, the shooting of Dutch captives without trial, the de-
Dn of many houses in reprisal measures and who was offi-
nded as one of the nation'? arch-war criminals, was com-
I | life imprisonment. Less than a month ago a si
had been made to a conevntrat.on
liwncy
com
mi camp official in
r m
pty Leader Rejects Invitation
J)UN (JTA) Dr. S. Levenberg. Jewish Agency repfesenta-
Lond n, has rejected an invitation fro.x the West German
Democratic Party to attend its forthcoming Party Congress
nd, as a representative of the World Union of Zionist
|st Parties. Dr. Ltvtnberg's reply, sent through th Socialist
Bticnal. itated that the time was r.ot ytt oppoitune ior a
tivi oi Jewish later to accept such an Invitation.
!ft
iv IBias In I nivorsiiv Dormitory
pLLEGE PARK, (WNS)Denial of dormitory facilities by tne
jsity I Maryland to thirty girl graduates from 3 high school in
L located in a section with a large Jewish population was
I to fanti-Si m.tism but "geographical" considerations govern-
puainjj o.-.^ignments, University officials declared when it
known that a Maryland Legislative Committee had called
ne University for an explanation. Reporting the incident, the
ittd Press noted that other Maryland high school griduates
received such notices.

lish Anti-Semite Lauds Hitler
&NDCN 1 WNS)In a new book which he has just published.
1 A. 11 M. Rarr.say, a former Tory Member Of Parliament who
hained for four years during World War II as a suspected
Bis : 1. praises Hitler for his persecution of Jews. Ram-
kves Ihe notorious forgeries. The Protocols of the Elders of
1 be trui and asserts that various world political leaders from
[;: veil to Franklin D. Roosevelt were either Jews or
0! J^ VVS.

lei Sends 15 Citrons To Russia
W YORK, (WNS)Israel this year exported around 32,000
Ko various countries, the Israel Olfice of Information here
Bit reek. Of this number, 21.500 were sent to the United
1.400 to Western Europe and only 15 went to Russia w.-.ere
lei En bassy will distribute them among Synagogues.
ul Organization Agrees4>n Plan
TV YORK, (JTA)The Israel Bond Organization announced
that it had accepted a proposal submitted to it by Am-
^r Ab a Eban as the recommendation of Premier David Een-
aimed at coordinating activities of the United Jewish Ap-
pd thi I-rael Bond Organization. Inasmuch as the United
lAppt; hud not yet formally taken action on the proposal, no
I'l tht |.:oposal were made public by the bond organization,
tr. it ..- known that the proposal aims at the establishment
:.ena: committee, which would have final authority to resolve
fferemts affecting the two activities and which would under-
gthen the efforts of both organizations to provide dol-
I < cconon-.y.

isa For Nazi General Sehreiher
LSHINGON, (JTA)The State Department said here that.
btst 11 its knowledge. Dr. Walter P. Schreiber. ex-Nazi Gen-
eom'handed the medical branch of Hitler's Supreme Com-
-s ii"t been granted a visa to return to the United States.
I*-" the Department's answer to queries on reports that the
ly dottor," who was lired by the US Government after his
was i xposed, is atte.T.pting to re-enter this country. Edward
>y. el a f of the Visa Division, said that information had been
'' ihe American Jewish Congress that Schreiber was in

id Stretched In Peace, Eban Says
"v YORK, (ISI)Israel's hand is stretched out in peace to
"Us, Amtassador Abba Eban told Israel press co.-re-
) New York this week. Mr. Eban sharply criticized the
Arab states in bringing before the United Nations
questions which they had persistently -refused
Israel, though Israel had often stated that it is will-
up all outstanding matters in direct negotiations with
'i 'This is the only case in the world today," stressed
*dor, "where a nation having a dispute with another
I to taik to it and then turns to ethers claiming that an
been done."
Labor Zionists Have
Sukkoth Fete
The Labor Zionist Council of
(Gieater Miami will held a Suk-
koth Celebration on Sunday ev-
ening, October 5th, 8 p.m.. at the
Hibiscus Lodge Auditor,um.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Jos-
eph Nsrot, spiritual leader of
Terr.ple Israel, with Beth El Con-
gregation's Center William Wolf
presenting the musical portions of
the program. Scheduled to ren-
der a report on his recent trip
to Israel is Jack Fishman. Israel
Shapoif, president of the Coun-
cil, will discuss: Labor Zionism.
Also included on the program
will be Beryl Morrison in reci-
tation of Yiddish poetry. Max
Astor in recitation of Yiddish,
prose and Mrs. Harry Perach in
community singing.
President of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women, Mis.
Be a Jaffer. will preside. Program
chairman is David Friedman.
LICENSED
PRACTICAL NURSE
Private Cases Preferred
CALL SINCLAIR. 3-2398
Colonel H. N. Kiikmen. direc-
tor of th Department cf Pub-
lic Safely, will pieser.i awards
during the Fourth Annual Got-
nor's Highway Safely Confer-
ence lo Florida cities which did
not h3ve a traffic fatality with-
in their municipal limits dur-
ing 1951. The Conference is
scheduled in Daytona Eeach on
October 10th to 11th.
Beth David Has
Joint Affair
The Sisterhood and FT A of
Beth David Congregation will
present a joint Annual Sukkoth
Party on Sunday, October 5th, at
10:30 a.m.
Under the direction of Mrs. Ida
shargaa, chairrr.an. and Mrs. Rob-
.rt Nedbor, refreshment chair-
nan, traditional fruit and wine
will be served to over 700 child-
en from the Beth David Sunday
school ;n t.-.e Sukkah.
REV. and MRS.
GEORGE GOLDBERG
Extend Season's Greetings
to all theii many friends in
the entire Jewish Community
ci Miami and in particular
to,their friends from
BETH DAVID
TJFERETH ISRAEL
and
EETH EL CONGREGATIONS
ROOM & BOARD
with private family on Beech fcr
1 or 2. Strict attention tc any
diet. Television..
PHONE 5-6243
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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"Finest In Southwest Section"
Corner 15th & S.W. 8th Street
Tamiami Trail
Telephone 2-8815
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at t:
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CM
Ibas!
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nan Inquiry Opens Hearings
fSHINGTON, (JTA)Hearings rn the McCai ran-Walter Act
If Mpecti of immigration policy were opened byj>Pre:dent
P/ Commission on Immigration and Naturalization Tuesday
F^eral Court House in New York City. Among those testify-
| Senator Herbert H. Lehman, Representative Emanuel Cel-
The
will
gathering
- ~ ,.,,, y,, McCarran-Walter Act should be
*
Condemn Attacks On Religion
' YORK. (JTA) Four thousand persons at a public rally
on-ored by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the Unit". I
f" Canada adopted a resolution this week protesting against
f c attacks on the fundamentals of Jewish religion" in Israel.
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBg,
s^MfHfi Hold Hoiv pavApppaiN jown Branch Nursery School Rolls To
JEWISH
Close Soon; Three Groups Service Area
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Town Brand Nurserj Si I
C mun-
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Rabbis, as -
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Bath :;v:: Rabbi Max Shar-irr Satd Jacot BbM
Coral Girl:; Jewish Cwaawl *_c_:e Ear.cfl
Young Iirse: Milton S. MalJkcii
.r.irocucec by PTe*:ze--! Sc'.^z- Lrbel
North Shore Jewish Censer Rabfci Marf- AlaiaBaMiaitl
and Seymour B. Liebrnar.
rnilrtll -srael Rabbi Abraham Casse".
Beth Tfilah. Jacob Fithman
Downtown Synagogue. Hymen Sootin
Eslh Sholom. Rabbi Leon Krooish
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April and Max Drerilch
Tempi* Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot
Flagler Granada Jewish Canter. Rabbi Daeid Skapirc
Israelite Center. Saul Athk-anazie
Tiiereth Israel Northside Center. Milton S Malakafi
West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxmax
and Leonard Kalian
I
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M
tration for 1
Flaglcr-G.-anada Branch, 50 NW
J:-; PI Miami.
: Grossman, supervisor of
thi Greatei Mnmi Jewish Com-
- Center Nursery Schools.
the Montdair
Between ,Be, of
w.dow. wanted t0
ion to another *
take care of
'or room
WOMAJi
SIO.OOO
I Ml
6.000
5.000
5000
3.400
3.200
2.M0
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1JN
DM
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- iers. She
. in North
hen she
for
Trai >n tl
' C n
- -. agon, 1
jme, is ava
said. Each child
ared from the time he leave-
home until he arrives home again
at the end of the school day
i:ied.
There ire three branch nursery
school* jn the Greater Miami
;.:.. .jr.:ty Center pro-
irarr T*iese include a morning
students of the Trenton i State
r I" hi n during their
t< aching program.
She taught the first graaie in
Public School No. "0. Manhattan.
::. New York City, and took ad-
ditional education and pre-school
rtfresher courses at New York
University. Columbia College and
the University of Miami.
In addition. Mrs- Grossman has
had her own private school in
Miami, specializing in Kinder-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L
and Sor., a:.j
A HAPI
TOTAL .............. 4 1M_
Earl] tail week, it was reported thai three ~ "~ B i
"V rship will launch appeals for boa ". >.:*-'"_" ;-r.r.
the Shamini Azeret services These are A Jacot
and Miami Beach Jewish Centi
Israeli Newsletter
-
E a: a ::
: -;. Telegrai .-...- I
TEL AVIV 7 -
trips tc the i
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: f -r ar,
-; ". .-.-..-: v. H slow
ari -.- public fac-
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ns man
.. r-u>
ted tre-
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by a

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I rk of i
- day and
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.
haj .. .:
Been
T-1 Aviv-Haifa
H ever.
uMJiiiuear1! lonfttandinc
:.-' tufting lory
travel ar- rtaulina; I
- buses and I
to cope wiH *.." rerr.air.i-rr
:.:.. fa: frorr. Btta
Sc fa: urb and uaagi I
than
garten and First Grade classes
session arid full day school at the ; only she acted M Camp Direc-
Beacr. Branc.-.. 1536 Bay Road.; tor of the Miami Beach Day
Masai Beach: a morning and full Camp before the present facilities
- -;-. school at the Town were available. At the beginning;
of World War II. she was drafted
into service by the Federal Gov-
ernment to open the first Lanham
Act Nursery School in Dade
County.
When the Federal Government
discontinued the Lanham Act
Nursery School Program. Mrs
Grossman headed the nursery
school program at the Town
Branch until September 1. 1952.
when < was named Supervisor
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Total Nursery
School Program.
iS." >W ltth Avenue.
nd a morning school at
Thi -teep rise of recent
Bttril uted mainly to the
of people un-
i to rr.otonzed traffic.
ting.
education campaigns
noted by police and citi-
mittees arr ng adults
But many
including po-
--.... behav) as if
parking regulations
I thi all fry.
Ni being prepar-
:- courts where
- ;. ndir.g over a
year. After some cities invited
;n experts 1 eir con-
there was a
nly :
for s
few I
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for i
. :
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DEAN'S FAI
WAFFLE SHOP]
O E N 24 moii,,[
Featunng n ,,, g
Mouthwatering Wafti
AIo Steaki jnC Sjnj^
Specialties at th.. JJJ
304 Coral Way pfj
s
Beach Young Adults
. Beach Y '^r.e. Adults will
hold ;, Harvest Hop on Sunday
ning, October 5th. 8:30 p.rr...
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
I : Bc'b Stone and Arler.- W<
blatt are in charge of arrange-
trath-
Havenl
.HOTEL
Nathan G -st.rg
Featuring
Outita-; -g
Koe'-e-
CATERING
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FeCil t t: ;~t
or &/nag^gvc
Any* n
Greatt- M ami
Ph. 5-4691

brown 4 oaliiion
Tr.<
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I ..nd of his
with r. presents-
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Z. nisi
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1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-09S8
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Sundays 10-11 A.M.
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AL ME :-.SERG.
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Seven Lively Arts
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hh, 8 pjn, at 121 *
Uth Street. M | hear
- n Dm Art Of Pho-
Fr:rr. Daguerre To
Simon
SEIDEN
Director
also
"' '" nburban abs
r : : the ques-.ioc be-. piyuig nearlv tne sarr-
3f a lack oi fundi to com- routes.' and at that gamer a
pensati r. payments and m view d .-. lout percent ol
I thi Sal reraaal -'. the coun- urban paaaetiger traffi In l
experienced bw driv- rraUasportatioii thi
: 15 per
about 20 per
Ihe f tbejer overaU
bus si were ca T eir hence by
opposil Ids up th- instal B-,froi
'-
f a cab 1
ense is still worth thousai
r -:-.- I
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policy, howevi killed, under]
ting drivers of i gor- eau
part; tar it
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ing jured m Lnai trafi
Full use of existing vehicles has alwayl been we -
it r.ampered by driver and ve- most coantnes, but as corr pared
drafts for regular reserve to its population ;: ;; still ex-
nd rr.ilitary maneuvers, by ceeded oniy by the US
I.rr.itations on operating time im- ; vehicle density is several t.mes
DAY WORKERS IS k FARE
COLORED maids
PART T.ME OR FULL TIME
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smaU i*lry to refined woman
in exchange housekeeping for
widower. References required.
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in
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A Program for the Entire
Community
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)AY. OCTOBER 3, 1952
. _. +Jetsti Her Minn
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE* 15

YAXbBRBILT HAIt, INC.
vs"'|N. WEIN8TBIN
Wl SSTEIN
I ;1 n Road
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Go. ; -i
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
iThe CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iviF\TH judicial CIRCUIT OF
SlC=!'DA IN AND FOR OAOE
rOUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
COU No. 153408
p, KRTPA, Plaintiff
;'.' KRl'PA
I.. hwood Place
aii.l M. New York
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,.-. -S M Klill'A
hereli) notified thai a Illll
for' IMvocce hMM hevn
t\ you, and you are re-
,]'- *erve a ropy of your Anmver
K |.i ih.. Hill of Complaint
L ntiff's Attorney. STEPHEN
tESSLKK, 2200 W. Flagler St..
la md file the original
Pleading In the office of
of the Circuit Court on or
:|1 l day of October, 19.12.
.. I i so, judgment hy de-
lie laden igalnsl you for
.1. in..tided in the Hill of
LEGAL NOTICE
i
l.ND OROSREB ol Miami.
Ill i 1st day of Octolier. A.D.
K R I.KATHBRMAX,
i k, circuit Court,
I i.i I.- i ".unity. Morlda
Court Seal)
B> fl B. HAIiDIK.
Deputy Clerk
T-JI
BTICE LNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: RKBY GIVEN thai
- Ing to encase in
. tltlous name of
NPRYl and EASY
If 'E LAI'NDRV, at
H ue, Intend t.. reg
with the Clerk of
l ol Dade County,
MAX gi.ICK
I! >SLYN gi.ick
:r, esqs
. Miami
~ER FICTITIOUS
tUB LAW
IM GIVEN that
lug to ngage in
tltlous name i I
lltl'lllSES, at
Kami Beach, Fla.
: Circuit Court of
Fl !,i
.. J'ERItELL
1 ''v OLEti TERRELL
Ji> A iVVLE
V
Roger N Terrell
Oles Terrell

BTICE
r;.'i:
i
I
rink
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K l> HERBBT GIVEN that
I, desiring to engage in
iJ'..'i'i'." ''"' fa-tltlous name of
W- AYNR I'.AU.KIt SALES
A I. Second Avenue, Miami.
V' "" res, -'.i said name wish'
''' ,'' "Ircult Court of Hade
l. I- !-! I-1 ,
' "I.DP.EKGKP.
<- A\ ir (JULDBRRGER
R.SIM w"eM-
lanta
t- in
BTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
n deKlrlng to engage in
m, ''.; ;,: "- fictitious nan.....f
r>' \\i.\vi,-m BHOP, at 101
K' '' I Avenue, in the City
da Intend! to register
"" with the Clerk of the
"'ni of Dade County, Flor-
' Miami. Klori.la. on this
- member, 1952.
H. It CORPORATION
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ix HEREBY GIVEN that
Wiled,desiring to engage In
uv .',,'!'.: '"'titlous name of
1 OF MIAMI (Present bus-
' he 19 g, w. 2nd
Id,
ml
. Miami,
Ith. Wild
'i
''
. -- -Ill,
'" Ida), intend to reg-
..... name with the Clerk
"it < ourt of Dade County.
>" dale ih,. said business
n.iiig was October 1. 1952.
'"'IS H. 7.IMMON
One-Half Interest
SYI.VIA 7. SUMMON
One-Half Interest
?TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is in !;i:mv OIVEN thai
:- i-.i.desiring to encage In
';' the rictltloua name of
lirvBENa)l CLEAN-
. \\ s'>' at >9 s. w. 7th
in. I loi Ida, intern! to reg-
. '." with th,. Clerk of
' "II of i,jie county,
iiW''"'1 HERBROWITZ
sIl'vKR HER8KOWITB
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i'.i.
I

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL|VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ol
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 153059
MAHIK WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
KANlJoLPlI WILLIAMS. Defendant
, ,. S.VIT FOR DIVORCE
270 West 144th St.
Apartment 7.
New York City, N Y
You, RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, are
hereby notified that a mil of Com
plaint for Divorce has bean flleda-
galnst you. and you are required to
serve a copy f yo,lr S5w of
?'.' X, }', "'I'..'"" "' '""Plaint on
the plaintiff s Attorney, BEN EKSKN
ESQ.. US Seybold Bid*.. .Miami, HorJ
Ida, and file the original Answer or
r I'll'",K..'" "" om''- "f "" Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
lh .lay ol October, l!.;2. ,f vou
ST., V' "","" Judgment by default
will be taken agalm-i you for the
n-llef demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
r',,'?n.W',k,/.'.';'. '""' '"""l-ntive weeks
In THE JEWISH Kl.oltlDIAN
,-, \'?K A.ND RI>ERED at Miami.
A D "'I-,'! ''"y "' Se",,*'">,>er.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
... I>ade County. Morlda
(Circuit Court Seal)
By O. B. H All DIE,
HepUty Cli*rk
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
KM Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
9/19-2G 1(1/3-10
CE WA.DfR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'; 's HRRkry aiVEN thai
."'"'ring to engage in
; il. rictltloua name ..f
Lt;??,N-NEl service.
1 ;!> EMPLOYMENT
'';-a i kmi'ijiymknt
-,-; V. ,.,."KA,'I EMPLOY-
M .hi i u ,. "l. ,3r' Es)ianola
ami .,.|.h ,..,., lnlenlU ,
, d .,,. wUn lh(,
. "" ">urt of bade County.
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icy
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDO'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
No. 28741-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
BERNARD C, FRIEDMAN
a/k/a BERN IE C. FRIEDMAN
. ,...... Deceased
lo All ( l editors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate
You. anil each of you, are hereby
notified and required to presenl any
clalma and demands which you, or
either of you, ma> have against the
estate ..f BERNARD C FRIEDMAN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same in
their office in the County Courthouse
:n Dade County, Florida, within elghi
calendar months from the date of the
firs! publication hereof, -.li.i clalma
oi demands t.. contain the legal ad-
' "f the claimant and to be oi n
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be burred.
Date September 24, A.D. I9.i2
JOYCE FRIEDMAN
As Administratrix "f the
Esta.....f
BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
I v. .IS.-.I
GEORGE J. TALIANi il'K
Attoi nej foi Administratrix
120 Lincoln i: I
Miami Beaeh, Fla.
I.. 3.io.i7.24
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152938
WILLIAM THEODORE SCHWARTZ,
Plaintiff,
vs
aha ESTKLLE SCHWARTZ,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ADA KSTELLE SCHWARTZ
46S.'. Adams Avenue
Philadelphia 40, Pennsylvania
You, ADA KSTEl.LK SCHWARTZ.
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for DfvOMS has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a eop.v of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Illll of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, BBN ESSEN,
ESQ., fSJ Seybold Bid*., Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the cjerk
of th,' Circuit Court on or before the
13th day of October. 1952. if you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'Lollll >1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED* at Miami,
Florida, this luth day of September,
a.i i. int.
E. II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Pade County, Florida
(Circuit Court S.ali
Hy WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy chik
HEN B88BN
Attorney for Plaintiff
82;i Seybold nidg.
Miami, Florida
t/12-di-U 10'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltliius name of
l'LAMINC.o OKU.I. ANDWNDRIBR,
ats4034 N. W. "th Avenue. Miami,
intend to register said nanie with th<-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WM I 18 It DYER
ALEXANDER KAY
STEPHEN F Ki-.SM.Kll
Attorney for owners
L'L'IMl W. Hauler Street
lo/:!-in-i7-2l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious nnme ol
THE DIVE INN" BAR. B1 1770 N v\
79th SI Intends to register said name
with the Clerk < the Circuit Court
i i i iade County. Florida.
maiiian i: CLARK
STEPHEN F. KESSLER, Attorney
2200 W. Flagler St.
: '12.19-26 i" ''
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. ITICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN
the undersigned, d
business under tin
thai
... .ng to engage In
- """'SSJIm'So
INDEPENDENT AIR s
INDEPENDENT AIR SERVICE
at Bl.lg. No. *0T, 80th Btreet Airport.
Miami. Florida, intend to reglter said
name with the Clerk of the < ircult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
C. K. WILIJAMS
C. E. RICKMAN
THEODORE R WAYNE
Attorney for Independent Air service
9/12-19^8 10/3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S rnirnT
IN AND FOR DADECOUNTY^
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 28820-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
USnS5 SJi'N- "-'eased
To All ,. o.E TO CREDITORS
tit CtoSU" '""l A" ''""ons Hav-
sSd SsSule: "r "'""',m,s AKa,n,,t
,,,i';i''J,""',,''"'n "f >'ou- are hereby
t.fled and required to present any
e'theSo'f''v **/""" """'h vou. or
ithei of you, may have against the
estate of CLARENCE SUNN de-
ceased late of Rockland County' New
York, to the Hon. w. f BLANTON
Jd FRANK B. I..IWI.IN, 'VV.umy
Judges or Had,. County, and rue the
ame In their office ft "V,. County
Courthouae In Hade County li.rid,
th ,'!t "'V'!, ':',1""""' "-o'-ths from
of s..". nrst l"">"''ation here-
i.Im th i' i'"S, L" ''-"ands to con-
tain the legal address of theclainutnt
and to I,.. sw..rn and presen e,l as
a oresan ol same will he |,a,,..,|
.See Section 120 of the WU 1'ioliate
Date Sepiemlier 24. A.D lir,
HELEN I. SI.INN
CLARENCE SI.INN. JR
As Ancillary Executor and
Executrix of ihe Last Will and
Testament of
CLARENCE BLINK,
MYERS. HEIMAN KAI'L.T""1
By: Louis ileimiin
Attorneys for Ancllhtry
Executor and Executrix
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER, FIcflTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring" to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
mi i.-' A,"I'V, SI:AT ^'"VERS, at
S^l Hiscayne Blvd.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERN ARM IMXIOM
. ,.. SANFORD n. JACollSON
9/19-28 lii/:!-lli
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152931
REGGIE THOMAS RYDER.
Plaintiff
VS.
ROSE RYDER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE RYDER
Norrlstown, R.D. 1
Norrlstou n, Pennsj Ivanla
, You are herebj notified thai a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce lias I.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint ..n the plaintiff's attorney,
RICHARD K. SHEPARD, 2200 West
Flagler Street, Miami, and rile the
original answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ISth day of
October, 1952. if vou fall to do bo,
Judgment by default will lie taken
Against you for the relief demanded
in Hie itiii of Complaint,
Hone AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this llih day of September,
A.D:, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of ihe circuit Court
By WM. \v. STOCKING
Deputy clerk
I 19-21 l"/:i-l"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 152925
DOMINICK ARLOTTA. Plaintiff
vs.
MARY ARLOTTA, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY ARLOTTA
Armstrong Court
GREENWICH, CONN.
VIM' are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file the original Ans-
wer In Ihe Office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 9th
das of October, A.D. 1982: otherwise,
the Hill of Complain! for invoice
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED al .Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of September. 1952
K.i H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: wm w stocking
Deputy Clerk
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN It. LYONS
910-12 Olympla Bidg.
Miami, Florida.
9/12-19-28 I0'3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153093
HETTY ANN PERKINS, Plaintiff
vs.
EITHER JACKLISON
PERKINS. JR.. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Luther Jacklison Perkins. Jr.
You are hereby notified that a RIH
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading tO the Hill of Com-
plain! on the plaintiff's Attorney.
STEPHEN F. KESSLER. 2200 West
FUgler St.. Miami. Fla., and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office ol the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt ..it or before the 17th Day of
October, I9S2. if you fall to do so,
Judgment by default win be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED ll Miami,
Florida, this 17th clay of September,
VI'.. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Had,. County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By m C FBIGE
Deputy Clerk
I 19 26 10 : l i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE Mn|.LIES BEAUTY -SA-
l.i IN. at 1451 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ANNA LINICK
/ Sole Owner
9/12-19-28 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI REACH HENDIX COMPANY,
at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Reach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk o/ the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida
CHARLES WEINGARTEN
MARGIE WEINGARTEN
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153037
WILLIAM I). PHELAN, IMaintiff
vs.
AGNES ESTHER PHELAN
Defendant
i>*3 l.ake Avenue
Rochester, New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AGNES ESTHER PHELAN
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and vou are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attornev,
STEPHEN I KKSSi.ER. 2200 W.
I-lagler St, Miami, Florida, and file
the original Answer or PleaiNng In
the office of rhe'-Clerk tit 'the circuit
Court on or before the 17th dav of
October, 1952, If you, fall to do' so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for Hi., relief demanded
in Ihe Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tills l'.th day of September.
A.D. 19".2.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. B. HARD1E,
Deputy Clerk.
9/19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO., at
229 N. E. 2nd Ave., .Miami. Intends
to register said name win, the Clerk
of the Circuit Court Dade County.
Florida.
Rl'REN FRIEDMAN
CHAR1 OTTE J B VRKAN
An..in.\ fur i iwner
547 Se> ol i Bldg.
9 2t! |o-3-1 (-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ii dgni I, desli n^ :' ens
Ic.islii. -- the fictltiou
TURF MOTEL, it 700 :-. v. 271 I
.\\ nue, Ml nds to
reist< e with tl
the Cli ill C : ol Dadi C nty.
Florida.
27 COR1 a Fl
flENET \ II NET ES IS
Attori 27 I' '"[.
9 --: l I :-lo
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HERE :V OIVEN that
the undersigne I. des ng to ei | ige In
business in I he fictitious I ......(
8TONEY PINE TAVERN, al l29
N. W 27th Ave., Miami. Fla.,
to register said name with th-. C irk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH SMITH
STEPHEN F, KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
9 19-26 10 J-IO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1.- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.*d. desiring to en-.K- la
business under the fictitious name of
STOCKAOE SHOW BAR
at "7:n N. W, 2nd Ave., Miami. In-
tends to register said name with the
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
BURT JOHNSON
8TEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
22"ii W. Flagler St.
9/26 1" 'S-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name >.f
BARARA JEAN MANSIONS
at 956 Euclid Avenue. Miami i:..i h
Florida, intend to registei said name
with the clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS R. MILLER
JOAN LEA'INK
MORRIS KORSI'N
9/36-30 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
TINA MARKET
at 610 S. W. 3rd Street intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ERNESTlN'A ARE!'.
Sole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owner
a 26-M 10 M0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEKEIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, defirlng to engage in
business under the fictltlou
CORAL GABLES DRUG ST. IRE, at
130 Ponce ue Leon Blvd Coral Gab-
les. Florida, Intends to reglsti
name with the Cl >rh Of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
SAMl'EL GELBOND
BEN ESSEN
-j; s ig.
Miami, Florida
v foi s imuel i : Ibon l
9 26 I" :'.-! i-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE BEDDING, at 585] 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 KRK1SLER
Attorney for Owner
9/19-26 1O/3-10
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23002
RE: ESTATE OF
MAX COHEN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DI8CHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ex-
ecutor of the estate of MAX COHEN,
deceased; and that on the 24th day
of Ortober, 19."i2, I will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dad.j
County, Florida, tor approval of sail
final report and for final dischargrt
as Ancillary Executor of the Estate
of MAX COHEN", deceased.
This ISth dav of September, 19S2.
/s/ HARRY KAIIN
formerly known as Harry
Cohen. Ancillary Executor
of the Estate of Max
Cohen. Deceas.il
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executor
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACE TV.
at 11114 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROERT B. CLIFTON
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name < BISCAYNE GARDENS PRE-SCHOOL
a! 7620 Dickens Avenue, Miami Beach,
Intends register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
LEO STE1NMAN
Sole owner
: 12-19-20 l" ::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderaigued, desiring to cngii B<
nder tin fictitious name ..'
i ;.\; iGKT fan:, al i 10 N. E "9th
SI eet. Miami, Inti ndn to register
ne with the I I -
ii- Vui i of Bade c.mi I ;..i Ida
MAW-N PAW SHI IPS, Inc.
BERICK, SHAPIRl I .v I RIED
12 i I. coin Road
Attori Km '
10 3-1 '-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersigned, to engage In
business under thi i ctltlous name of
MAW-N-PAW Slli I S, ai 100 N. E.
79th Street. Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of Ihe
Clrctl Court of Dad. County. Florida.
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS, Inc.
BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
420 Lincoln Road
Attorneys for Applicant
ii 2'i 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name .f
new York market (Grocery and
Produee Departments), at 7-",7 11*4
Street, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
lo register said name iili the Clerk
of the Circuit ''ourt of Dade County.
Florida.
It MARK' SLOTKIN
/s LIMN A SLOTKIN
GENET A GENET
Attorneys for Mark and Leona Blotkln
9/M I" 2-10-17
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PAGE 8 fJewistJl€ridiarT__ ANOTHER SCOCP rolls in lhis wetk concerning Charles R. Jacohson. once again exciting the Jacobson Club to a proud told you so" — with news that his "Trio" canras was picked to gc on view in the illustrious High Museum of Atlanta. Ga. Jacobsons non-objective pair.tir.g was promptly included By these tcp names La American art. Doris Lee and Arnold Blanch, who served as juuges. The show is the 7th annual Southeasl-'rn Regional Art Show comprising be;t work from 8 states. Atlanta's High Museum holds an invincible position for digruty and tradition, as can be verified so thoroughly by Elsie KroneniUd and David Golcwasser. Goldwassers report will oi necessity ccrr.e by remote control, for he lives in Atlanta, is a prominent figure in Us Symphony ard. being a fraternity brothar of "Chass Jacobson. is probably high on his way to the High gallery this minute, to contemplate "Trie." Inte.-jsting is the note that this marks the first time Trio" has ever been shown. It is a Jacobsen "newest" — ON THE BEAT: Delighted surprise — to welcome a letter fro.-, the Snorenam ;ird Norman \":!:<,s signed by Manager Henry 3 Stupell — so truly g-time-n • His Bess, who also has a host of warm friends, underwent major surgery for a cardiac condition and is still convincing. Big cheerful thing they own is that magnificent film they shot traveling through Mexico — I always did think it rated a professional run at the Carib! ... I 1 1 ... XW./lwSpeaking : p rati na naw, n ; me. I Quit D Pall is at .lo;U nlVSlOW \\ t l> Ml s : • la % % % %  • k Aji MORE MAIL brings :r. Greet -' •• M.lwaukee. I citj that Harold Sba] Natch, this is f> .: sister Rose, regular visit here Fr m Max Di .. • %  • %  ng slogan "Beauty at your Fingertips with Cera "..;. s : Ceramics in Miami and on t.-t Beach Basi advax • I nlptun &nd drawing classes, f ttei -.-. %  s. kilns — 1 ks fas inating ng : % %  .. % %  -_. %  I ar • • tyj is insuranci executive Ruth !J -•• • ntlj nl I SI • Clul I eside rRIDAY.^ CTQ^ Temple Israel Sisters Meet; See Fashion Show Init.al meeting of the season cif Temple Israel Sisterhood will take place on Monday. October '. 6th. 12:30 p.m.. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Roof. A luncheon : and Fashion Show will mark the affair. Mis. Harold Thurrr.an and Mrs. Lawrence Adler will be co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, will preside. ;i. oratii ns will be done by Mrs. Arthur Triester. with Mrs. Max Holts'cerg as her co-chairman. The Hostess Corrrmittee will be headed by Mrs. Morton Greenwood, with Mrs. Ed Greenwood acting as co-chairman. Mrs. Norman Rossman will be in charge .f the Ticket Committee. Reservation chairmen are Mrs. Joseph .Mrs. Daniel Bader ( : .v. r ith offices • • san < %  L-::. '.r. R< .-..: :'. is r orce Man In a cereminy at Rabbi Morria A Skep's homein Coral Gab:• s surrounded by family and -• ::: %  nd-. Joan Br< caught-.: if Mr. and Mrs. Alex • the bride of Danv. 356 S\V 13:h Str.-et. ie: Bader. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B-d-r. 2083 East 18th • Bn klyn, :' %  w Y< rk. Sanuel Bader acted as best Maid of honor was Arlene EresJow. The bride wore a white import%  • > N'atalii Weinstein %  '. insten now owns so nes it's impossible to know froi vh lirectioi •' .-. %  I H< I thi •• ilia uts:de St rC llins Ave 7 straighten lit I • • ird, therel • Nat had t assun everyc • • %  ">'•'• Inesda jusl breezed in the I Maine, where the Weinsteins run a large proed organdy ballerina-length gown ... isini .— with scalloped neckline. Her SPECIAL NOTE TO BERT LASKY: They nevei : %  i warded m sh alder-length illusion veil was tit sent — but :.-. %  < : %  attached to a cloche of matching EXTRAORDINARY is the job done by Joe Mooney at the organdy with sprays of Lilhes of Batcb'l Community Center. His narrations of composers and t: e Valley. She wore a corsage their lives are as deftly adjusted to his audiences as anything f white roses to complete her Neilin^rsTd!( )r Shirley s Iietroty The engagem, : 0l M jj ley Bernice Nciljnge, J"L Berger was t] day, Septembei utj, a held in the p, ;,,,::,*'. room. Cleveland. Ohio. Miss Neilingi ;of Mr. and Mrs David 2 Miami Beach, she i s JJ ; of the Univei • : • m ;she was aff h ^ ; Lambda Phi Service Sororihl Kappa Delta P! Education H* ary. ^ Mr. Berger ^ parents „| %  a nd Mrs. Sam Berger, of J .land. He is a • C (^J | land College and is now V ^J ing the Graduate School 7M ness at Western Reserve 1MB sity there. !" H Plans are being made (J late December wedding utfiJ Beach. J you've ever marveled at. Particularly happy was the night-llma ever.; when Fern Sherman brought her trained voices in an opere*:a program of Viennese music. The large gathering loved her! The PUBLIC'S INVITED to a reception this Sunday afternoon et 1828 Biscayne Boulevard, honoring the opening of the unusual Miami Nursing and Convalescent Center. Owner Henry Yonlcor has put rates at S8 daily, ard will have a Rabbi to lead services ar.d supervise dietary laws for those requesting it. The place is brand-new. ALSO FOR THE PUBLIC is the big Travel Seminar scheduled ky the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for Oct. 17th at the BCM Souci at high noon. A panel of business experts will outline what's business going to be through the Fall and Winter. The strucrure-boys include Charlie Horrworth. veepee of the American Hotel Ass'c Joe Horan. Travel Bureau director. N.Y. Stale Dept. of Commerce, and Clif Housley. Curtis Publishing* recreer.cn and travel market analyst. Luncheon is S2. Be prepared to invest the afternoon, they say — until 3 p-m. at least, with your questions. A similar seminar last year was powerful good. DISPATCH FROM ISRAEL: Ruth Brotman'a letter this week was so nsemble. Her only piece of jew. was ;. strand of cultured pearls. Newlywed Mrs. Bader was graduated from Miami High School and attended the University Ol Miami. The groom was graduated from James Madison : High School and attended Brook. lyn College and CCNY. At present he is in the Air Force. The couple will spend their honeymoon in Miami Beach and | will then fly to New Mexico where Mr. Bader is stationed. Mrs. Philip Hecker Is Host At Her Home tin. Leopold L. Schwartz Williamson and Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs Louis Adler. pianist, will provide background music. The latest designs in clothes will be presented by Turzel. Lincoln Road coutourier, accompanied by the newest fur styles by Pinto. Mrs Celia Adams. Lincoln Road Fashion Show coordinator, will comment on highlights of the fashions as they are presented. Zamora Center Plants Tree Of Life In Lobby A Tree of Life has been planted in the lobby of the Zamora Jewish Center, according to an announcement here. The tree needs no plant food, no watering and no special attention to make it grow. Its branches reach toward the skv and may be embellished by adding leaves to record the names of persons and special events. Richard Miller Bat |Mit2vah()nSundJ Richard Miller, sen cf Ju.-T Mrs. George Miller, U61M Avenue, Mian.i Sr.::r,gs. \M i Bar Mitzvah on Sunday, tail j ond day Sukk th, Oct I I 19 a.m.. at th< Hialeah-M : Springs Jew:.-!, Cer:-:r U i end Leo He. •: ritual -:ai : will officiati The Be: .M\ has breai tending the O i: : Sundi] Hebrew Sen ptgl years. He is a Is a studentan Hialeah Junior High ; will addres.the i : .:er, ti meaning of the Sukkctbaau plain the syn : the Lni| Grandparent.;.:< Mr \braham Levitan. '. M:r..j reception eivi the will follow thi 350 Linccln tout Suite 302 — Phcse S-SUl Enitance on Weshicgtot M OCUUSTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLE31 LENSES AND FRAMQ] DUPLICATE) LARQE SELECTION I LATEST STYLES w.res for permission to quote. She got back to Nor..-. America ar.d is now :r. Montreal at her bi ther's b m 4255 St. Urbaun St. "I could write a book." she says, referring to her assignment to feature the Israel Music Festival for the Winnipeg Post. "V.'; sang 8 or 9 concerts in 2 weeks to audiences ranging from 40.000 to 100.000 who are soul-thirsty for music and culture. I ask you: can you git peop.e to sit for hours en stones to lis.-^n so ir.tenll|V arid they all paid tcr it Miami Beach, please r.otei. "The opening concert in Ramal-Gan (which mean* Garden Heights) outside cf Tel-Aviv had over 40.003~paid listetars — can ycu imagine the thrill of 2.000 Jewish voice* from England. Ireland, Canada. US.. Belgium. France. Yugoslavia and Finland singing their folk songs, then en misse ana sang three* Hebrew numbers we'd prepared respectively, then coached together on the snip for 6 days. Our first broadcast was at Kuril's Tomb. We sang at the Jordan River. Haifa. Jerusalem — priceless for^afl who partook. What impressed me most was that despite the fact we were ail Jewish, few of us had a common lar.cuac ., until we sang in Hebrew those three songs. For those of us who speaJi Yiddifch. it was different, but the French Jews do not speak. Yiddish, nor do the Belgians or Yugoslavians. "I: doesn't seerr. possible I crossed the Atlar.rti* •tVr'K*i rmd t hVei.;errar.ean twice, saw and did so much in so short a time I made :t my bus:ness every Friday night when on land to viit a syn. g gue, and many a tear did I shed when I came into towns like | Nimei France, where once 2.000 Jewish families lived and now only 90 families remain The Paris synagogue was the most impres&.ve. In TcLAv.v they have the "Great Synagogue." "Best reception was giv-n us by the Pioneer Women in Haifa. They gladdened our souls with their sincerity and efficiency, not Jc mention their better than austerity diet which u received all over. Must say goodnight it is 1 2 p.m. but I am carriec away—" Mrs. Philip Hecker. cf 5800 gripping. I buzzed the I Pine Tree Drive, was host at her home to members of lh< Henrietta Szold Group. Hadassah. last \V< dr.esday. Membership chairrr.an of the Group. Mrs. Hecker was assisted at the Lumheon by Mrs. Max A Membership Campaign will fir:;.ally rp t n on October 20th. Mrs Hecker said. Going Formal? % ii!S l H§ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •ref. 18. pat. ( ff. Miami Miami Beach FL Lauderdale • West Palm B*| Formal w f r that %  ( frtahly eleanta. imjrtiy • 'yied. properly TitttS. Compiett cutfite including gho. as %  as 4% lnte-et MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY OMENS SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING k PACKING vV ANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND Bg j, NEW YORK OR VICINITY -JgjB THE MIDDLEWEST AND CAUFOBJJIA^ LONG DISTAMCE DOOR v uiblAUCE D u w n %  • WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NJL 1st AT.. *JS| MIAMI'S OLDEST FORNITUBt w



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OCTOBER 3. 1952 +Jewisti ncridiiifjir PAGE 5 jreater Miami Jewish Community Center leadership Drive To Open October 27th ineral chairman Miami Jewish r'a communityip Ca npaign, earii iunced that the GMJCC memt; is ri i k v ; :i bfgin starting r 27th and run • %  r 10th. %  ltd that subse„',.'„, nn iiiuorr.ents will be ac ie i. garding events and meetL,. n A in the planning stage purpose of presenting to the Miami area a /,...;,,. picture of GMJCC acCurrently on the Membership .•ading the drive Icie a:e: j,,-, r;h Honwitz, Sol Lasky, Born-Liniado, Seymour Gelber, Xathan Becker, A. Budd tl.r. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Vic [ber. Morton Elterman, Leon A. Ipftt '• M rs Ben Essen, Mrs. lesse Freed, Henry Garisson. yi aelo, Mrs. Gus Gins|urg, Mi 5. David M. Gordon. link G irdon, Mrs. Sophie GrimDdi. Hyman Kam. Phil Lyons, Masters, Irving Saal, Wilful s hlessinger, Chairman Leo B t )!•. Sherman and Jni. Will Zuckerman. %  :' lh<> Board of Di( %  atsr Miami Jewish ".-. are also part Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand of the community-wide canvass for membership. Thi y inclu Stanley Barm tt, t"l... |i \ : | nu.n, Leo AckuiM -in. A,, Cuban, B^n Clein, Leo Chaikgo, Mrs. Hose Feldman, Ben GiRer, Dr. the Robert Grayson, Lawrence Goldberg, Leon Kaplan, Leo Huberman. Leo Landis, Mrs. Benjamin Miller. Miss Sue Moss, Paula Orlick, Stanley C. Myers, Leonard Schiff. Fred S. Sewall, Isadore Simkowitz. Mrs. Leo Sheiner. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. William Zuckerman and Louis Weintraub. A Miami attorney, Sheiner has been active in Jewish communal affairs here for a number of years. Miami Sisters Hold Sukkoth Luncheon The Sis'.ci hood of the Miami Ifi rew School ana Congri gi ti in v.-ill bold a Si...'-. >'h Luni n on Wednesday, Octobei '< %  the Synagogue. ii vhjg on the con i %  %  with Mis. Irwin Sirkin, are the Mes dame&S mon April, Bickie Beck%  r, K.K.< .'. :. .••: n i and Gabc Pei Donor Barbecue Party Solomon School Conference The Hay.r. Salomon Jewish Schools will B] a conference on Friday, October 17th, 8 p.m., • J Cultural CenI r, Mian E lii m i intioi i] and organizational proW brought about -by '.he ad dition of a Ghildrens' Chorus and Arts and Crafts Projects to the school's curriculum. Red Cross Readies Hurricane Shelters All 32 hurricane shelters in Dade County have been stocked with special kits for use during emergencies, the Dade 'County Chapter. American Red Cross, announced this week. Two kinds of kits have been placed in the shelters. One "includes medical supplies for first Rid. The other includes record books, pencils, cards and other aids for registering storm refugees as they flow into the shelters prior to and during hurricanes. Each shelter also has been [ stocked with emergency equipment including a supply of lanI terns in case the power supplv fails. Only essential item not placed in the shelters now is food. Red Cross officials point out. When a hurricane alert is sounded, kits, containing food in amounts for' 50 parsons will be quickly as-1 scmbled by wholesale grocers I from prescribed lists of items and j ..red promptly to the shelters. Kits which are not consumed by refugees during the emergI ency are returned for credit to the grocers. Approximately 700 volunteers have been assigned to disaster stations and are ready to take their posts when alerted, the Red Cross reports. Succoth Rally Star Molly Picon, international star of stage, screen, radio and TV. will te the stellar attraction of the Israel Bond Sukkoth Rally at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Thursday evening. October 9th. Mrs. Judith Epstein, national chairman. Woir.an's Division. Slate of Israel Bonds Campaign, will be co-guest of honor. or Barbecue Party will ry Mrs. George Hornik Leonard Wallach t 8 Sunday, October 5th, in ^joining outdoor patio v.'ith.nfibt^eds going to the Eleanor RrJosovelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. n Women Needed Fifteen women are needed immediately to enroll in a new class pf Home Care for the Sick which will start 10 a.m., Tuesday,' October 7th. at Red Cross headquarters. 5020 Biscayne Boulevard, it was annoonced this week. DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES • CHOCOLATE-NUT ROLL DATE HUT ROLL • ORANGE-NUT ROLL •FAMOUS SINCE 1337 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand Mental Health Society Shows Film At Flagler The Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida presented the film. Fears Of Children, at a regular meeting of -the FlaglerGrar.ada Jewish Community Center last night. Dr. Louis Goulds, child psychologist, acted as comrr.entator. The Women's Group have completed plans for their annual membership tea to be held at the Center on Tuesday, October 7th, at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Herman Feldman is chairman of the affair. Wise Hadassah Installation Brunch An Installation Brunch of the %  Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha\ dassah will take place on Tuesday. October 7th, at 11 a.m., in the Monte Carlo Hotel. The program includes Palestinian music, by Jean Jaffee; a dramatic sketch, by Sayro Smith: ar.d Jewish and English songs, by Stella Andre, star of stage, radio and television. Miss Andre will be accompanied by Frances Warsowe. Olga Bibor Stern will also accompany Rose Dellerson in songs. Kolrticn Luria Returns Home Mr. Kolman Luria has returned to his home, 4575 Post Avenue. Miami Beach, after spending three weeks with relatives in New Haven. Bridgeport, New York and Brooklyn. \ CHICKEN SOUPS \ Flavorful, satisfying. m \ golden chicken soups.. 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liBxwii^lb-IEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  —Number 40 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS "SdrJSSi Committee Ratifies IC Asks Return IYORK. (JTA)—In with|fr>::i the National ComReljtnns Advisory CounDeny Oren Charge; ^ Goldstucker Fate berman Agreements Remains Mystery NEW YORK 'JTA) — The Policy Committee of the Conference on Jewish Material Clairns Against Germany, representing 23 major American Jewish Com-^ Jewish organizations throughout the world, ratified agreements nd the Anti-Defamation signed by the Conference with the West Germany Federal Republic f B'Ji B'rith reject "any and with the State of Israel under which it is to receive $197,000,000 in settlement of material claims against Germany and under which West Germany agreed to improve Ive process and "repudilasic aims and objectives |,C" in whose formulation rticipited, Irving Kane in man, declared this i that by their re: • two organizations lerioua disservice to knstituencies and have krejui.ced the realization I or which both ortn> have labored for tars." He said that many Id that "a sense of cornits restitution and indemnification legislation. The conference alsdi voted to incorporate itself in order to enable it to discharge its responsibilities under the agreements. Dr. rTlhum Goldmann, chairman of the Conference, who signed the agreement with German Chancellor Kor.rad Adenauer at Luxeming that material settlement should be with Israel alone and Conference negotiations should be restricted to questions of legislation. He pointed out that the concept of a global payment to a non-governmental ad hoc body possessing no juridicial status in international law was admittedly unprecedented, and the achieveburg. told the conference that "we ment of securing German agreeare all agreed, and the majority of Jewish public opinion supports ounta'jility in a common | our view, that the negotiations putj have brought about on on the part of the Jewish Committee and li B'rith to remain in the lane announced that the lwould continue its work have ended successfully for Israel and the Conference although we did not obtain all we wanted." He said that "we have achieved great improvements in restitution and indemnification for hundreds of thousands of Jewjsh victims of he withdrawal of the two j Nazi persecution, even though we could not-obtain Germany acceptance of our demands concerning Jews from Austria and a number of similar issues." Oppo* Payment! Dr. Goldmann disclosed, that during the negotiations the Germans strenuously opposed global payment to the Conference, maintainTo Study Requirement Of McCarran Act He said that "the NRAC ontinue to discharge the ^ility placed upon it by ish communities of Amerwill always be open Who wish to join in meetresponsibility and who, Bcharge of their accountthe whole Jewish cornlire prepared to particijomt process of plancodordination which is biced belief that time frsuade the two agencies decision "was detrimen\e very causes to which nizations are dedicated" that if and' when this WASHINGTON. (JTA)—An inI am sure the two | ter-departmental and inter-agenwi!l be welcomed b3ck I cy sub-committee on internatior.family of organizations I al migration statistics has been rough the NCR AC seeks! set up by the Bureau or the an integrated and coor: Budget to study requirements of Ogram of community' the McCarran-Walter Immigrate all the Jews of tion Act for racial and ethnic States." data, it was learned this week. The sub-committee will draw up the list of races and ethnic classifications required under the act. Ten Government departments and agencies, including the State Department, are represented in the sub-committee which will function, under the chairmanship of Miss Helen Jeter, an official of the Office of Statistical Standards Of the Bureau of the Budget. The Bureau of the Budget, a part of the President's Executive Office, is charged ur.der law with responsibility for reviewing Federal forms. It was this bureau which previously notmed the Anti-Defamation Lfftf.u^ tnat t ment was not only important because it enabled additional aid to Jewish victims of Nazis, but also because it established a precedent of a major significance. Speaking of the moral implications of the agreement, Dr. Goldmann recalled the controversy over acceptance of the German bid to negotiate and said that "we would have committed a moral injustice, a sin of omission, had we refused to negotiate, however delicate and difficult it all seemed in its initial stages. Even if these negotiations had not involved material benefits to Israel and the Jewish victims of Nazism, our generation still would have been morally bound to make every, possible effort to obtain recognition of the moral principle that a nation which has committed crimes against our people, must make amends. The fact that a powerful and sovereign state has done so establishes a historic precedent of importance to all people." Dr. Goldmann referred to the "immeasaurable assistance" of Secretary of State Dean Acheson. British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and US High Commissioner John J. McCloy, but said that "Germany would not have been forced into these agreements had her leaders been reluctant or unwilling." Relations Unsettled MUNICH (JTA) — Mordecai Oren, former member of Mapam, Israel's left-wing Socialist Party, who has been under arrest in Czechoslovakia since late last year, has not been accused of being "in contact with a dangerous Trotzkyite" and of working in an underground movement 3gainst the Czechoslovak Govern ment, it was reported here by the Yiddish newspaper, Neue Zeitung. The newspaper identified the "dangerous Trotzkyite" as the late famed Jewish Czech writer, Egon Kisch, who died in Prague two years ago. Oren disappeared late in 1951, after a trip to East Berlin to attend a peace conference as a The Conference chairman made | member of an Israeli delegation, it clear that in his view, "the i His whereabouts r e m ained a Luxemburg agreements have not, secret and were the subject of settled the historical issues of the | several notes between Tel Aviv relations between the Germans and Prague until it was revealed m, Rabbi }r To Meet [YORK (WNS)—The enle of the relationship beLmerican Jewry and Is.vi'H as the question of jning the world Zionist will be among the lies >; discussion between femier David Ben-Gurion ibi Irving Miller, presiI the Zionist Organization Iri.'a. during the latter's lthe Piime Minister next could not order removal of questions concerning racial and ethnic data from visa application forms since there were statutory requirements for this data in the •McCarran-Walter Act. The ADL has protested inclusion of a question requiring visa applicants of Jewish origin to identify themselves ethnically as Jews. and Jewry "following the Nazi desecration of our people History alone can settle them and much will depend on the future development of Germany, her desire and ability to extirpate the residues of Nazism, racism and anti-Semitism. It will take time for Germany to achieve this. I know that the German Chancellor and the President of the Federal Republic are eager to embark upon such a policy, and are already considering concrete measures in this general direction. We shall welcome such policy and look forward to its successful implementation." Dr. Goldmann paid warm tribute to Chancellor Adenauer, saying that he had been convinced by the Czechs that Oren had been arrested for "anti-state activities." Meanwhile, newsmen and others trying to leam the fate of Dr. Edward Goldstucker, a Czecli Jewish diplomat and first Czechoslovak Minister to Tel Aviv, who disappeared last year. when recalled to Prague for an appointment in Sweden, have run up against a blank wall. Truman To Speak At JWtt Parley NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Truman will appear at the National Leadership Mobilization of the National Jewish Welfare Board in Washington on October ofhis sincerity when he first met I 17th, and address the session. Irv(Continued on Page 4) Scroll Found In TEL AVIV old Scroll of the Law, which was recently found in the palace of former King Farouk, of Egypt. Edward BManey, new chief of, wa s taken by Arab bands from the Visa Division of the State the 200-year-old H u r v a SynaDepartment. notified Rep. Jacob g0 gue in Jerusalem, when the J Synagogue was destroyed during the Jewish-Arab War of 1948, it ing Edison, president of the organization, announced here. Edison said the conference had been called to give Jewish coml/w.KJ if#%j |*HI314*4* munal leaders an opportunity to (WNS)-An aee-i eceive a detailed first-hand picture of the relationship between the country's defense, welfare and recreation needs and the programs of the JWB. K. Javits this week that United States vista application forms will continue to provide a blank has now been learned here. space in which an applicant shall j The Scroll was brought by the s'ate his race and each visa ap-. Arabs to Farouk as a gift to "the plicant will also be required to first Egyptian fighter against Isstate his ethnic classification in j ra el." An Egyptian scholar stated accordance with the provision of Section 22 (A) and (C) of the Immigration and Nationality Act." He said that the Representative's protest against the labelling jf Jews would be referred to (Continued on Page 4) that it is one of the four oldest scrolls existing m the world today and warned the Egyptian Government against "Jewish spies and agents who will use every njea-'ns to get possession of this historic Scroll/' t l ,—; s. Epstein To Address Sukkoth Bond Rally _. u.. ,A.H ,. Inrmor national i Klein. Lillian Goodman. Frances ludith Epstein, national chairman o. the Women's Divis Isi ^Government." will be guest of togOtMJf scheduled for Thursday evenii I g-fm, M !" le Auditorium, Alton R >ad, Miami Beac.-.. • rial woman leader will bring i3 f/ %  J ,Z on the occasion of the area's kickotf afta ia in. Sharing honors |ra Epstein will be Molly into: nationally known enne and star of stage. I I ill vision. >-gUests will be met earafternoon at the MiPun and escorted to the DT a huge motorcade com representatives from all Women's Organizations Swiss Release Jewish Funds LONDON (JTA) — Assets deposited in Switzerland by Jews resident in Germany and blocked in that country as German property as a result of an agreement concluded in 1946 between the Allied and Swiss Governments, will be released shortly, according to an announce ment here by the World Jewish Congress. The terms of a new settlement among the Allied Powers, Switzerland and the West German Federal Republic replacing the Washington agreement concerning German property in Switzerland signed May 25. 1946. are expected to be ratified shortly by the Swiss Parliament. The new agreement provides -1 October 10th. the turner national president of Hadassah will be j Lebon, "WOHtm Lee, Abe Greenv a >me 500 members of b( ,,. & Frt d fenaa, Elsie Alexandthat assets of persons who "lost er O $d& Joseph Goldberg. "* [ifc or. considerable part • B~ „ of their liberty or their full GerIrwin TLiss. Manuel Burs.ein, Mman cjtizen rights bv law ordi M. Kaplan, Frieda Kalstein, Jacob Davis, Emanuel Smith. Louis here. It is expected that Mrs. Epstein will touch on Israeli financial and industrial planning phases for economic "> d P en £ ence during her address to the rally. Early reports indicate that she will also make reference to the recent Economic Conference held in Atlantic City Chapter. Greater Miami van groups of the Had: ssah Women's Orgamzatijn will be hostesses tj Mrs. Epstein at a scheduled for the Casaas well as to the Brunch. | off, Joseph Sapiro and Ann Weiss. rally. will be by purchase of Israel Bonds. Ur.der the direction of Mrs. Peggy Kaplan, Hadassah Bond Coordinator, the Brunch wiU be the kickoff for Hadassah Bond Month. Assisting Mrs. Kaplan On the following day, Friday, will be the Mesdames Rosalind According to Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, representatives of the Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach Chapters will also be presnances or measures of the German National Socialist Government" will be released on application without any deduction. In other instances, releases of more than 10,000 Swiss francs (approximately $2,000) are subject to deduction of up to 50 percent. Exemption from deductions for victims ot the Nazis is in accordent at the Brunch honoring Mrs. j ance with representations on the Epstein. I part of the WJC and the JDC.



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OCTOBER 3. 1952 *hMis,ffkrHfrn PAGE 9 mi lh Si tig \ Fetes New incipal. Install fleers Oct. 7th Beach Junior Senior ,„„,! pTA is tendering a „„„ on October 7th, 8 p.m., ; t gchool patio, honoring Mr. n Katz. newly appointed prinaml Mr. Olin Webb, outprincipal. school band, under the ding,, of John Coleman, will ,gevi ral selection* Mrs. HariRogers, program chairman, Lnces that the president of foade County Council of PTA install the officers for the Ijng year as follows: I,,, an th ( Mesdames Leon lent; Harry Rogers. 1st president; Ben Zion Gins2nd vice president; Leo ndeis, 3rd vice president; Irly Wednesday. Rotiiman, recording secrej secretary! fcienbaum, treasurer. and Manuel JSSB Moves To New Quarters In Miami; Will Allow For Expansion Of Program One of Greater Mitmi's lctding | v i'-c? include lamily counseling, Jewish social welfare agencies is short time financial assistance' moving its facilities to a more Urvte.. &f *l 7 a f mdnce centralized location from which ?',' t0 the aged and t0 cer to serve the community P-* at n *&?** oi transients acccrdthe same t me rr.ik room for i in 8 to their individual needs, the expansion of the wo.k id i*u j The Bureau, which his acted other Community Chest agencies, | as an intake agency for the JewTravelers Aid Society fend FamicK ~ J '" liy Service, in Its .v.l va &h Home For The A ^d, recentlion. ly established a new counseling a an a? s erv,ce E H ureau KS-S^ Lss^ist a Red Feather agency renderingUfc,, serVK e ,, aim f d \ w e K Professional casework services to new resjderits of he e P n from the : hion Mart gliding ^y^ZSL^ !" ^ A two-way referral service with the Jewish Community Centers here aids parents in the commun.ty to work out problems of conduct and feeling? in family difficulties. The Bureau is now runniT? a monthly caseload of o: JSSB. said in making the anove r 220 cases per month. This nouncen.ent. "Th.s move, one of means over 100 cases per month the imperative steps brought out, over 1951, Mrs. Myers explained, in a self-examination survey 1 which has been before to Room 206 of tiie Calumet Euilding. 10 NE 3rd Avenue, ear"The Bureau is attempting to Max Schoenfeld, corresca;ch up with the nee(Jg of thjs glowing .community," M$. Stanley C. Myers, volunteer president Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (Center), president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, puis lhe litbon officially opening the agency's r..w offices in the C?lumet Building. Mrs. Louis GUsser. JSSB Fub'.ic Relations chairman, and W. Keith Phillips. 1953 Community Ch'.sl C&rr.paign chairman, look on. The Bureau is one of the Chest's 23 Red Feather agencies. oil a ill Group ens Season > Board ol Directors of the I which has been before the Board i Miriam Schcinberff will Gmup of Greater Mi'for the past two years, will allow',-, • for expansion of the Bureau's INaitied I art-Time will meet on Wednesday afloon. October 8th, 1 p.m., at [Beth El Congregation. Iscussed will be the Group's li: (i :n tivitics under the aegis ladoi Scl waitz and Mrs. JenA'lUhyk. Mrs. Miriam R. will preside, with Mrs. Daniels, 1st vice president, Ming. s. Kopelowitz Flies I Brother's Rites |r.-. M J Kopelowitz left early week by plane to St. Louis, |duri. where she attended serler her brother who passed suddenly. program and for modernisation Yoiint? Illdi."i Hi'irl of its casework techniques in line uun S Judaea Head with the current changes being Mlss Miriam Scheinberg has introduced in social work in our been "-rned part-lrme City Director of Young Judaea lor the changing world." Mrs. Myers also said that welfare agencies today need to present their services in a businesslike setting, for more people are turning to social agencies for casework aid in family programs, parent-child problems and other situations where financial difficulties are not involved. The Jewish Social Service Bureau serves the entire Jewish community regardless of economic s atus. The Bureau's specific ser!*&' % '£J *i' *iV 'i£* i£* '•£* 'A* StSfi *-** *i2i£i' *£S *>-* 'ii 4 *•£•' *2i* 'i2i* *i£i* *;•-* *'£.* ',£? *i?^ AnENTIOM!! CERAMISTS A NAME TO REMEMBER ... De-JAY CERAMICS, Inc. MIAMI %  £229 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 741 DADE BOULEVARD k 8 H H m 8 K m You Will Find GLAZES • SILVER KILNS • UNDERGLAZZS • GREENWARE • CLAY KILN FURNITURE BRUSHES • • SCHOOL of CERAMICS ENROLL NOW!! Greater Miami area, according to an announcement made by the Southern Zionist Youth Commission last week. Miss Scheinberg, a graduate of Florida State University at Tallahassee, has been doing Youth Commission work for the past few years and was secretary of '.he Florida office of the Commission. Other City Directors named in the announcement from Jack Becker, Jacksonville, chairman of the Southern Zionist Youtn Commission, are Joe Schandler, for Memphis, Tennessee; Leonard Segal, for Atlanta, Georgia: and David Pollock, for Nashville, Tennessee. Working closely with Herman Popkin, of Atlar.ta, director cf the Commission, the quartet will supervise Young Judaea activities in their specific areas. • BASIC CERAMICS • ADVANCED CERAMICS (• SCULPTURE I* GLAZING • CHINA PAINTING • MOLD MAKING • ENAMEL ON METAL • POTTEP WHEEI • DRAWING CALL 89-6090 or 5-5256 Fashion Show Sees V Change •itfit Skirt Length jiU? 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PAGE 10 *Jmist FkridKair FRIDAY. OCTOBER, Southern ZOA Leaders To Meet In Savannah; Discuss New Proaram t gather in S • ; • %  %  Carol The the ZOA on I • %  thai : pursued in 1 '•" p reaches %  • i .' A U .rZ.onis here Prill -.aiters ; : ference Luaahai It the IV? ".: H ti day. Octc ill be Dr. Sidney Marks • and Mend*. N F rilth( ."' Fund :: A^cr:.i C Marks will is of t rial polic? Fisher ill srplain .. -. :.-•. JJff plaj i in ( • : ZOA pr T • will ale pan ua ns dealing red Ami rican 1 ', Israel .-.;.utziut and public relations work i n the Amer in -• Pan in tl b will be W rt M ra an : l Kati rial Admin strattv. c an R bert A "i.^y pr> I :' Scut stern Region: and Benjamin S Baker ; the runtftee. jth in tin :.< cf ZOA 'a ; ?ec• eting I lh Eatec iitive I the Swathern Z. nist Voutl natation or. Friday aftern • n -• Conference wiU be ushi red n Friday. October I7th. n il ioes Mid at the Agudath Achim Synagogue The Savannah Chapter I Hadaatah, en's Zi mitl Organization of America, wfll honor delegates i their a ives at an Oneg Shabrat C.T Saturday aftern n, Oc18th, at the B'. B'nth 5; naajpfue. Bog! .. • • %  an iddress by Mayor Sal?• •-.i TJk lunng th Banquet t the ti nal : %  %  U %  '.Host District Chesed Shel Emess Sisters Meet Monday f the S 1 She] En ess ill guests at the Mrs bneJ berg iS 24th Street tor thf first new year n M aday. Octob•1 BJE A ":' "----" %  -•• %  %  I "..' rr.a:r. featUZl : the prigrarr B'nai B nth Council Names Leaders For Member Campaign .-.airmen : :n*te the Annual B'na: BI th GO Gr-ster Order 4 Mrr"~ Flor:;i„ .-._ %  .-. been v Sidney M At D : the B'nai C BHJefl of SMflk H T-. 1. dfe M< rr.sersiip men and E 5i-*r< will meet la Tuesday. October err. • : : •%  in :.-• K.r; Art R Saxony Hotel tc leaner the IMfl Membership At B eiH Mid A. J. Kaplan, former president 3t N %  Sti I 3 nal B'.t.-.. -as been desii B • B'ril C -. %  '• • • a rman S th him a? ...... Bernard Li Barnett Beckerman, Miami Beach Lodge S Inej Haskoe. Cora! Gables L->dge: SeyHmkes, Tropical Lodge: David Fent a, North Shore Lodge: Jack Falk. Isaac Levin Lodge: and Jack hurschbaum. Flamingo Lodge. Mrs Sidney Suss is Membership chairman of the Metropolitan Women's B'nai B'nth Coun' ciL with Mrs. Tena Katz. presi. dent Other appointments to key leadership positions in the Membership Campaign will be announced at the October 6th kicksaton. President Aronovitz indicated. "itured .-peak..wil] :• Max N Kr ,::'. of Washington. DC. nati tor ol Membt i B'na: B'nth. wh ined by Jul :• retary of District Grand L dge N 5 • I 2 Gn ter Ordei 3'na: B'rith -. will enti U B'ril Pres-' We look i Jling 1,000 new rs in the humanit rian • '.: and phi pngnaa." Act i B'::th li :F: ::da will extend from ITth through December Wtr Beth Sholom Temple Teen-Agers Hold Open House Saturday The newly organized Temple Teen-Ager? of Temple Beth Shol)m held an informal Open House and Dance last Saturday evening, according to an announcement by Gus Jacobson. chairman of the Temple's Youth Activities Committee Function of the affair was to inaugurate the future program of the Temple Teen-Agers Present plans include establishment of a Teen-Age. Canteen for informal til ties The Men's Club of the Temple, the leadership of Dr. Alexander Robbins. has equipped the Ten.pitV uth Center with a furnished lounge, game room and social hall for dancing. It is expected that the Temple Teenager? will decide on additional facilities and equipment they need in the near future. David Kulchin. graduate student at the University of Miami, has been appointed director of the Teen-Agers. In addition to Gus Jacobson. other members of the Temple's Youth Activities Committee are: Charles Silvers, Mrs. Leila Rosenthal. Joseph Pardo. Mrs Irving Rothman. Mrs. Alexander Rubin. Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein, Mrs Robert Yaffey, Mrs Samuc! Beckerman. Seymour Weiss and Aaron Farr. Flakier Women To Hold Annual Affair The Women's Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center have completed plans for their Annual Membership Tea on Tuesday. October 7th. 1 p.m., at the Center. Mrs. Herman Feldman is chairman of the affair. Mrs. Ben Clein will be in charge of refreshments, assisted by the Mesdames Leon Barnard. Ralph Lang. Joseph Masters and Paul Marks. Mrs. Phil Schiff is in charge of entertainment. Hialeah Center Member Drive In Progress Membership Chairman Mrs. N. Becker, of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center, has announced that an extensive drive is in progress which will run through November 15th. The drive will be climaxed by a Membership Tea to be held at the Center. In charge of information is Mrs. N. Beckeraat. Obituaries JACK WEIN8TB2 B#*.-h. tti,| ,,. <_ .'I-' he li un .and oa. MM to \.u Baach Rive LO(!l£ \: %  •''''• %  => th >• ..• y, pww. • • -. f %  d.ni h-.. %  %  or i ; in mirviv.-,! by 1 four duurhi.!Mr. Mr, Edytfc, Luck an.I M-. i si*. Iravr* % %  : I Sonia Fifm-i.-m • %  '. M ... | .,,... ,. .. I l.|.|nb.r !th. „• M ll.t-rsldr i'h., ; Me* -...•••• on Mount Binal BVBLTX WETJTO j .11. of -,,il Tr%  .';.!:.. %  %  %  \ l< .1 bj I.. ; by t" brol • Al thur By< i I M HfmfcMi sent to Tr. %  • I sal vlcaa and Inti i Baach i:i\.--..:. Liebman Moves Seymour B. Litrman arjj es the removal of his of:,cesI the practice of law frorr. ;?JI %  coin Road, to Suite 215. S1 Icoln Road. Miarr: Beach fiWfi navid PTA Open Svastm The first regular meeting of the Beth David PTA will take in the Synagogue. Monday. October 6th. 8 p.m. Rabb: Max Shapiro and Jerome Gordon, edu...' I : '. .. .-. • Icomi after .•.:._ been int I by President Mrs. B Lev.:. T"assembly wil] adjourn to the Sukkah f-jlowmg the meeting, where Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing Sukkoth melodies and lead the group :n community songs. ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 d 82-ZV RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FXIRNITUHE CLEANING SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STCRE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-167! The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundayi I WANT MY MH.K Senesch Member Tea Tht :--:-= r.na Senesch Group of Hadaasai -*:il hold a Mesnbi %  : '-'' %  C • 7th : 3" • the Bancroft Hot*. 7 %  : C MrH in cnarge i Mount Scopus Hadassah Gctubfrr ttt ;• %  Styj-s Gi • nd i i i : a.-fcnt. ;-5* c .Hebrew irjulurs >leot Thursday The Hebrew Teachers' Associa' "Sreatei M will hold etinj :. T'r.urs :..-. ?.30 pm". Kn th Is :.^rega'• : Bea unced Gadon. i On the agei I ii ew Schools Talmud Hermes Hebrew Type Typewriters Larg md Small Portables Ohmer C>h Registtrt. 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PAGE 6 Umitf fkriiitr raiDAY^OCTORra During The Week ... \ I Sir It By LEO MINDLIN ORTHODOXY AND MODERNITY I listened intently to a kind-looking, old lady w lesk last week The tierce ton,ithermild manner. She came to m --• said, in th and launched forth on a tirade against th .-. who ignore the Laws i • Kashruth. Literally, il appeared to my visitor. Jews can not in fact consider themselves Jews ii they pay no heed to that part of tradition which demands strict observance of dietary regulations. This attitude has increasingly become ? touchy one. especially since the introduction of "modern" philosophic approaches onto the orthodox scerra. Moreover, -the recent contest for power in Israel between lhe old guard which virtaully envisions a theocratic stale and the re-oriented groups which view Judaism in terms of currant mass need, has served in no small measure to make of the problem an explosive affair portending great conflict. Overtly, the quest.on seems to be highly personal and one Which requires individual decision II increasing Jews ,:.. abandoned strict adherenc. I tary and W otlv.r regulatory laws set down by the:: religion, they have done so in tr.e name ol "practicality". They argue that they io not demand sirrflar departures from other J< m that > n •* and that they se e little reason I exiles. Their of contemporary ideology, can be no means with which to fill the gap of his congenital failing. V, t. must the ••modern" Jew feel t e essential sterility <>f his spiritual weil-.-pnng. Th. : : ntifkation between Ml cultural orientation and that of his forebearcrs will, while integrating him into the machine of technology, make of him. as | well, a .hifting and isolated being. Certainly, his total adherence to "r abstention from the of Kashruth, can. of itself. prove no personal panacea, but he ought regard significantly the 'orthodox who seem safest since they avoid the problem of degree in "belief: even the ancient philosophers had no answer for that. I MIAMI COWVAI-ESCKVT "*** > &f&f&f&f MIAIU l^fAWilsUaWWfT HOMfi &f Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically'm 1 • 24 Hour Nursing Service • Special Diets Strictly Observed • Private and Semi-Private Room, A LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S. W Ma Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f AA*^ altitude is Dased on Die thai ation of Jewish i laws stcmn % %  ni liti ns hii no longer applicable time. • • %  • THE ORIGIN OF RELIGION Valid att tu l< fin I e |ually planation [t is un tbtedly t-u. thi I ient Jewi • • fi< lationshi] % %  %  | thi ich it sus: tself. Thei I mtl to the ...... : lion Bui m .. %  %  a I %  %  %  • in • at trad ti< nal H< tings, that they stand side by sidi I I thica listorical • imation of the indh resents 1 fountau Eventually, or.a must view the matter in terms of religious relief ard the origin of such belief. My visitor's outrage at what ths considered the flagrant denial of the Laws of Kashruth seems symbolic of orthodox distaste for c'iparture from any Jewish observance; desec:al:on of the Sabbath by performing some sort of physical labor, no matter how trivial, is equally a case in point. Thus. :hc. along with all orthodoxy, would regard the Sabbath : as no Jaw, %  ; to the 1 t o the ex : I Ju is I ... in t i isolation Out of such mystical explanation grew an ethical code designsd te regula _. lhe relationships among men. This more highly pr.ilosophic phase of religious belief indicates a greater concern for ..:'e than for death and t mere advanced degree of social attain• at. As a thing unto itself, the ethical code of any religion represenls the pu/jst expression of morality. elfish enough to accept a I let inattended by the whip : mysl Men will not retribution of God for wrong%  g. The magnifi ol the ancient Greek religion, as an eximined by university professors alone. Id men of Athens divorced their magical explanations of the ical world from a peerless li I ethics unenforced by divine Thus, it was inevitable that mystery buttress morality. -ubsequtnt confusion of both these aspects >i religion, together theii overtone o; deification, makes up that spiritual source • r. which men base their belief in a Transcendent Power. • • • • THE PRACTICE OF JUDAISM However bound separated the Jewish ethical system ulti-. its purely mystical writini the fact remains .t an important relationship exists between the I I :thodox! •• ents Indeed s witl adherents of othi tl I iditi nit often i'-" e mon ; hment than tl i. the coi • Ignorance or understanding is no valus. here. Many intellectual giants in our time, among them Jews, have embraced variant terms cf Catholicism because they found in that religion greater accent on ritual. Therefore, to the traditional Jew my visitor), the denial of any phase ot law or lore represents an obvious desecration. It can. afterall. hardly be argued that religious matters ought not be approached half-heartedly. Laws of Kashruth appeal, among other places, as a principal I an of the Fifth Book of Moses. If one is to accept the Sacred writn toto, those sections concerning themselves with diet must be pled, as well. Thus, the orthodox Jew presumably embraces i very tenet of the written Word. It would be important to ascertain it this is indeed so. if, for example, he considers their historic and antbropologk aspects acceptable. In any case, he feels it mandatory that all Jews emulate him. Violation is prohibitive in no lesser decree than moral compromise. • • • • OTHER PRACTICES Abounding today, are Jews who have made a decided divorce h. tween ritual and the ethical code of their religion. Accepting the validity of scientific observation, they have, in turn, rejected modes ol Judaism founded on natural primitivism. For them, the moral aspect of spiritual belief seems a greater value than its attendant .. ystery. Romantic ties to religion, however, remain a principal source of devotional satisfaction. As I see it. what "modern" Jews have gained in their reform is ths belief that they are indeed modern and above all. practical. Bui they have lost in the process a far more important thing. No amount of intellectual discovery can apparently bare the secret of man's reason for being. Indeed, as the horizon of his knowledge broadens, the mystery of man's existence seems ever more impalpable. Practicality, the touchstone SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB SOT. 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Lm AY. OCTOBCTgj952_ *JewfAFkw*U*r) PAGE 3 I US Aid Program To Help Immigrant Housing In Israel, McDaniel Says TEI AVIV. (JTA)—The United States aid program is "interested the tent dwellers of the immigrant camps to perbefore the rainy season, in supplying food and in urination schemes and social welfare functions." Bruce IvJnaniel, director of the US Technical Cooperation Administration, funds released tQ.-rfacjIitate local projects reached 7000,000 pounds. Counterpart funds arc also 1 eing used, he revealed, for the reeducation of immigrant children and adjustment of youth to productivity. The sum of 100,000 pounds has been released from counterpart funds for -this, he said, and 40,000 pounds is being released to maintain a children's home at Kfar Hassidim. .nsferring Ir.anent housing j fjathanya this week. TCA administrator, winding 0 f projects and entcrI nc hed with funds from ^ i an grant-in-aid to la.',.,,! the counterpart funds i b y Israel, said that "as past, we will continue to ate with the Israel GovernL nl for the development of the linuntry." Mr. McDaniel told reporters j-ere that Israel's hospital capacity hat 90U.O0O pounds had been rej SiiVI'Uinbs At 88 ,ased irom counterpart funds for erection of prefabricated hpspital units imported from Finland. For housing needs, he said, $2,00.000 had been appropriated [from the grant-in-aid and 2,500,pounds would be released Irom counterpart funds for the erection of 1,100 Finnish pre-cut ooden housing units and 1,700 prefabricated Austrian h o u s es. jiese, he said, would replace 100 tents. Transfer of immigrants to permanent housing, he kid, was regarded as a primary feoal of the government. For irrigation projects intended i increase agricultural produclion. the jirant-in-aid" program ovided more than $2,000,000 in ijpe, fittings and related mate.;McDaniel said. Counterpart ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—Rabbi Bernard Louis Levinthal, head of the Orthodox rabbinate of Philadelphia and a leader among the rabbinate of the United States, died here last week at the age of 88. Rabbi Levinthal, who came to this country from Kovno, Russia, in 1891, founded a number of rabbinical and orthodox groups in Philadelphia, was an honorary vice president of the Federation of America Zionists, a member of the faculty of the Rabbinical College of America, and a member of the American Jewish Community. After World War I, Rabbi Levinthal was one of a delegation sent by the American Jewish Congress to the Versailles Pace Conference to plead the Jewish cause. Possibility Seen Of General Zionist's intering Israel Cabinet, Report Says TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The possibility that the General Zionist party, second largest in Israel, will join the government coalition negate future appeared stronger following last week-end levelopments, than at any time since the national elections when entrists displaced the Mapam Party as runner-up to the Mapai. ng between Mapai leaderal Zionist representation was David Ben-Gurion and second in strength only to the Zionist chairman Dr. Mapai Party.'despite the fact that p n tein took place luesthis was the first time'that the Saw time the two deGeneral Zionists have entered the I [her a foundation has lists in a purely labor election. | i for definite neI • or revamping of the I basis of General I. tncrship in the gOVI i I week-end, B e nBernstein met for during which they b a s i c national prob' r, ;:t a meeting of the ; ni Zionist Council, Berntein said that his party would tr.ter the government only if it 'in that participation pould help the progress of the state. Judge Giblin Calls For Voters To Poll An appeal to voters throughout Florida to go to the polls in the special primary election Tuesday, October 14th, is being made all over Florida by Circuit Judge Vincent C. Giblin, Dade County, candidate for the Florida Supreme Court. "Except in a few places", Judge Giblin pointed out early this week, "this Supreme Court election is the only one on the ballot^ but I appeal to the men and women of Florida to vote October 14th, and to show an active interest in the judicial system of their state". Judge Giblin. long before the i recent death of Justice Roy Chapman, which has created the Supreme Court vacancy, spoke with strong opposition to the proposed constitutional amendment up before the voters in the coming general election, declaring "we need more and better work, not more judges". Florida's Supreme Court, if the amendment passes, will be inI creased to ten. The United States | Supreme Court has nine. Judge I Giblin, his supporters indicate, feels the increased costs of a 10' member court should not be put on Florida taxpayers, when "seven competent and industrious i judges can easily handle the beisiness of the court". B'nai B'rilh Council of South Florida sponsored the presentation of American flags to newly-naturalized American citizens at the annual Citizenship Day Program held at the Dade County Auditorium last September 17th. under the auspices of the Harrey Seeds Post, American Legion, with the cooperation of the B'nai B'rilh Council of South Florida, Anti-Defamation League and other community organizations. Shown from left to right are H. Jack Miller, Americanism chairman of B'nai B'rith Council; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Strassman, new citizens; General Lewis B. Hershey, director of Selective Service; and Bernard Liberman. Americanism chairman of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Junior Volunteers To Aid Bond Drive The Greater Miami Junior Volunteer Committee for State of Israel Bonds was formed early this week at a meeting held in the Miami Beach office, 1622 Collins Avenue. Judy Shapiro, recently returned from a scholarship trip to Israel, and Marcia Gross, who also | visited the new country, are CO' chairmen of the Junior Volun! teers. Announcement of a general meeting, scheduled for Monday afternoon, was made later. Youth Groups of the Greater Miami area are urged to attend. Function of the Junior Volunteers will be to help in many of the functions now being planned, with clerical assistance, promotion, publicity, distribution of literature and fulfillment of various other jobs designed to augment bond activities here. Miss Shapiro and Charles Licbman. who completed studies in Jerusalem, are scruduUd tor a radio Zamora i > HS *r IVI .* Sukkoi li Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold a Sukkoth Festival on Sunday evening, October 5th, 7 p.m., at the Center building. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Max Friedson. Mrs. Dave. Matter will deliver the welcoming address. A musical skit, SS Membership, will be the feature of the evening, with stage settings by Mrs. Rose Feldman and costumes by the Mesdames Lillian Ereshman, Ruth Borok and Berta Marder. The cast includes the Mesdames Roz Glick. Vivian Plasky. Shirley Dreitzer, Seydelle Corlin, Terry Hummell, Romola Locke. Bert Toppelle. Edith Freeman, Sara Gubin. Estelle Moskowitz. Ruth Feldman, Lillie Ostrie. Rhea Hamburg, Bella Smith, Fannie Cohen, Ann Weisbrot, Winnie Raab and Irma Graf. In charge of the overall program is Mrs. Bernhard Chosman. ] program over Station WIOD. Thursday. October 9th. at 10:45 p.m. They will discuss their exh' The position of the centrist jWrty was strengthened also when results of an election for a mi (i n delegation to represent tivil service workers were tallied, it was found that the GenTemple Israel [Tournament A novelty feature anticipated %  as a permanent future entertainwnt project for Temple Israel nembers is being sponsored by Men's Club under the leaderhip of President Jerome Freeh[jng The first of a series of -hampionship Duplicate Bridge j>nd Canasta Tournaments will be held on Wednesday, October sue 0T Mh. 8 P-m., in Kaplan Hall. trophies will be awarded, aciording to Freehling. |"ir* Feature pxoUe \\ attleM Dean's Famous Waffle Shop, eaturing li kinds of waffles, is [Pen 24 hours a day. ISome of Dean's specialties inJ'ude waffles with sour cream, blueberry waffles and ^am chicken waffles. Dean also erves peerless sandwiches and U?*"His shop is at 3604 Coral ^ dv Miami. FESTIVAL RALLY Thursday Night, October 9th, at 8 P. 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iy, OCTOBER 3, 1952 ^JenisiiFlcridiajn PAGE 11 LIGIOUS DIRECTORY sy~S£ ry Ahava, Israel Rabbi is;,;,, Ever Orth St., Miami Beach. Max Shapiro, Ira An., on the first day is scheduled as: The Sukkah, Fortress Of Faith "!Li"~" Dr "•""•ryahu Swiraky The Rabbi-s second sermon will' I mSFShJPJEL %  be: The Sukkah, Sanctuary of Israel's Eternity. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6 p.m. rSETH ISRAEL CONGRE" i will hold Sukkoth servFriday evening at 5:30 Saturday and Sunday mornv i c es are scheduled for b.ni.. and 5:30 p.m. Rabbi p; n t'assel and Cantor AbSeif will officiate. Daily! CORAL GABLES l are at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 j CENTER will hold Friday jTng Sukkoth services at 8:15 p. • I m. Subject of a sermon to be deH DAVID CONGREGA] jivered by Rabbi Morris Skop ..ill usher in the Sukkoth : l s scheduled as: Life In A Booth. | tonight at sunset. Saturj Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction" of Leon Schiff. Saturday morning services will be at 9:30 a.m. At 7 p.m., the Annual Parade Of The Scrolls will be held in celebration of Simchat Torah. The closing day of the Sukkoth Festival will be observed on Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m. Ih. l.,x. 525 Beth David — Conservative, -Miami Rabbi 26J5 SW c;l Sun jay morning services r.eduled for 9 a.m., with Max Shapiro and Cantor e Mamches officiating. A ,n will follow in the Sukrith Mrs. Ida Shargaa in if arrangements. Central of the discourses to be ltd by the Rabbi is: A Challenge. Floral offerings by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph ii an i Mr. and Mrs. Sam in in memory of their Student services on Saturday ;.nd Sunday 5yi %  4-ii' at 10:30 a.m. IMI BEACH JEWISH CEN%  the Sukkoth obi luring Friday evening \ i >n ght at 6 p.m. SaturWEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening Sukkoth services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Oscar Weinstein assisting Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: Harvesting Our Good Deeds. Afternoon serv: vices are schedj ces will be at 5:30 p.m. Observwhen Rabbi Irv-| a nce f the second day of Sukwill officiate. Sun' ning services for the secI y Sukkoth are also Bed at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrciuring both servI David SUverman ir.der the musical portions i assisted by the Ch under the direction urg. • l?LE ISRAEL of Miami Beth Sholom Rabbi I..-n„ K, ft %  2M?*I&I. L 1 ( S ***• %  S lv ,, A Rab b i? e P h Rckovsk>. Oith,„|„ x .,3 5 |.; ui .|i,| A ,.„ M anil Beach. JEWISH %  Co f r a ', G "?, le *,T!'" l ,bl M "" ls Skop, UbI JfcWIbH : l 320 Palermo Ave., • -. Qablea iday even! "v !" ,?,, 1 ? Synagogue-Orthodox, 185 NW 3rd Ave. Mlnmi. FlaBler-Gransda-:,!) NW Slat Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander UuSSSt ''I"""" 1 "*. H Cth St., M.B. Miaieah-Miami Springs Reverend I.e.. I!,.|m. Ml K. 4th Ave.. Hinleah. Hollywood-ltahbi Jacob IIOIIIK, Conservatlv,-. 2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham *>-ha, ( t.nseiVHtivr, 31KI SW 24th Ter., Miami, Knejeth Israel—It.a.l.i Abraham Cease. 1, Orthodox, 1115 Kuclld Ave.. Miami Beaan. Miami Beach-Rabbi Irving I.ehrrrmn. Conaervatlve, 170] Wash. Ave, M.B Miami Hebrew SchoolH^.bl Simon April, Orthodox, 11m SW 12th Ave Miami North Dade-Ral.bl Hairy Kttlnftcr, I onsorvailv... i:..i3n \v. Dixie lllrhway, North Miami. North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramowlti, Conaervatlve, 120 7.">th St.. I Miami Reach. I Temple l.-.rael—Dr. Joseph N'arot, Reform, 187 NB 19th St.. Miami. Titereth Israel — 8604 N. Miami Ave., Miami. West Miami-Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Conservative, 6710 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Isiuel i irthdox. 40IH Chase Are., Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative, II Zamora Ave., Coral '.ablcs. koth will begin at 9 a.m.. on Sunday, with Rabbi Waxman discussing: Spreading The Tabernacles Of Peace. Special Junior Congregation services will be at 11 a.m. • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening Sukkoth services at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Helm officiating um "''! ,""' R !" b amn the vening Sukkc l a nd discu-ing: Sukkah ChalW .WM Of Plenty A specom Children ]e "S c A d Prade County. Florida. TED FRI'TKOF'F are donated by M. I. Kraut. Canio/s-io-i7-2 Yomen Music Studio Opens Second Season The Yomen Music Studio announces its re-opening for its second season here. Margaret Yomen, co-director, indicated early this week that the Studio has already produced a number of exceptionally talented students. They include Bebra Karg, 5 years old: Michael Cooperman, 6 years old; Susan Paul, 8 years old; and Wendy Solar, age 11. The Yomen Studio co-director received her early music training under Toscha Seidel, noted violinist and Columbia recording artist, and later studied at the Julliard School of Music, New York. Since her arrival here, she has been music director at the former Beach "Y", organized and is conductor of the Miami Beach'Songsters and has accompanied^ numerous concert performances. Ben Yomen, conductor, composer and teacher, studied at the New England Conservatory. He was music director of the Miami Beach Jewish x Center for three years and is conductor of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus. New Americans Party A Sukkoth Party for New Americans will be given on Sunday, October 5th, 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth El. Mrs. Samuel Gertman, chairman of the Miami. Division Service to Foreign Born Committee, is in charge. 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FA3E4 *Jenistrkrkliar FRIDAY, CCTJBTB 3 fc EDITORIAL Your Votp The light to vote is the phclcnx upon which the democratic process rests. T'nrcuch it, individual citizens participate in the choice of their governing cfccicls end ere ciso efforcee the opportunity of expressing their opinions on legislative end judicial matters. The P r im a ry Elections here October 14th. are c ccse in point. Florida voters will co to the polls Icr the purpose oi naming a Supreme Court Justice to the State Bench. On November 4th. they will choose their President end Vice President. as well as their Governor. At that time they cie else scheduled to indicate their preferences or dislikes recording proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution. Together these rwo eiectiens present a fan picture c: cerr.crrccy in arucn. Through the privilege of their franchise citirans will direc-iy aifee the make-up of the three essential departments of our Government Statistics alarmingly indicate the laxity with wru>lj gualihed voters exercise their .ecc. rich:. We ieave as argument cf whether such exercising is c privilege or c right to more profound %  chclars. We see it cs c duty which, although unenforceable must ever be fulfilled by citizens who recognize that ncn-participction breeds all rr.cr.ners cf dcr.cer :c representative covemment. The world's history is tilled with the account! c: people who subsequently fell into bondage because they were mured to the duties incumbenl on them cs member* c: z free society. [1 is c.s: filled with "he heroic cccounts cf bloody wars (ought ic win the franchise sc many of us tacitly accept today. Our history is already replete win teles of A Kond ll.ir\ 'si Isrcel Bond orficials in Miami i.-.dica this week that some $54,000 worthofbond !3 purchased by worshippers in the c-ea i ?* a gagues during the High Holy Days. S ^ I This is a heartening figure. It .$ a ..1 • easy metier to discuss the needs c: 0* oeeUi ish state, especially during the sacred DerinJj the New Year and Day of Atonement. when!!J mind is filled with the thoughts 0! ccs: end"' 0 "" But it is exceedingly difficult to e-'oc-' 1 11 ^ prccticol matter of purchase -tc oaks 0^ \1 cretical understanding a useful cethna ^ end is the underwritinq of Woric lewrv'i redemption. More heartening news comes yet; a;: to last reports, more of Micmi's Houses of Wor* • ; accord !" wiil_ join the Holy Day appeal for •- pur:h c =: it of Israel Bonds durinq the observanco Festivcl of Sukkoth tomorrow and Sunday The Season of the Harvest is indeed 0rcad to beina fulfilled. The lniant demoaJd sterile earth rums green; its send; r.ve v-yll fruitful crops. A growing, dynamic land. theLJ state looks forward to its virtual independeM of tin Israel Bonds will hasten the reci.20t.or1 vision. BUILDING A SUKKAH TOGETHER the latter. It goes without saying that we want to add to them none cf the former. October 4th, is the iast day of registration by Dade Countians. Both the County and Micmi heve c permanent registration system. Voters r.eed not re-register unless they hare moved al have not voted at least once in the p-j, j w j years. Citizens who have not yet voted here orekl where are eligible if they have lived in riorifc for one year and in Dade County fci al least a months. Remember, the word "democracy ii a sail one. h means rule of the people. Make it that. Policy Committee Of Claims Conference Ratifies West German-Jewish Pact :.from 1 -• : in 1. r. n .-. 1951 and ett< • : % %  Israel's .. foi r. dollars as th< -. f negoi ns. He said that Dr. Adei .'_•.-. the issue .-. • %  -. • Gerrran G 1 I 1 : -thai n 3er.ia.-and %  • from the An He t D that, "in all I 1 aii •. • may thai • %  av rendered a great • ti Israel and 1 UM JewMa) : acj that I arappy | 1 haing pursued this :• .hat ing taken the inrtiBtivi nvenc the Conference and for meeting with the GerChancelkrr. I look tack up r. my effort of the past Fear with gratificatii n nd at me rr.eas: :, ide." A Leavitt. whe beaded the Conference negotiations ti are r-fused visas. "To treat those of ^he Jewish 1 faith as an ethnic classit. could only be cor.:,; c d ... d.scriminatory treatm< m and is reaching for a definition of the > ward ethnic' to aecorr.pbsh it. Rep. Javits said. Expert scienti; !ic opinion does not re_rd those i •' the Jewish faith as an ethnic fr'rtup and it 'iould not be so regarded." "The State Department cannot avoid responsibility for what goes on in its consular offices by failing to specify or to list races and ethnic classifications which would meet the requirements of the '.! ;i Carran Immigration Law." he said. %  JS =1= M=M B^muOi u Shanghai — City Of Refuge. Jewrj u.uld almost excuse the proves interesting reading for horrendous brutality 1 f the Nazi anyone fortunate enough to own regime on the basis of the Hitlera copy. Published by the China ian philosophy The Third' Reich Weekly Review. Shang-ai. in barely sought to disgu.se its atti1940, the book presents a bird'stuces and its active anti-Semieye view <•'. an area of refuge Xli "~~ Hitler, they said, at least ir.to which untold thousands nleefi symbols." The Disolaced Persons p-obE Jt ,hese Jews cculd nct €X Jthreak of thi war "' tte We8tera Democracies %  than staggering Th -^'d statements, held con• '•,: r nct i 1 i ref H ug r^ rc: lemsand • %  'srs cany, clreadT-exisung classes. 1 "* hip • •• %  oout establishing businesshas always ex. • Government foster and exrelations by < motives of tl ment in concl agreement with Ii fore never be of unfriendly attit^i Arab States. T • based exclufeeiing of moral • the tremendous was inflicted on t; pie by the Nat a r gime." It added that clear without provision of the c, states that g' by Israel on the payment should ^ for extension < I n f settlement anc Jewish refuget;^ therefore, lupph with consumer c enable Jewish • up a new exist selves. The re goods to other > hi'cited under pt: 'The Federal G statement con^ithe plight of ti. frvm Palestine. German people :. refugee problem pathy. will be %  r U'priate inti 1 The Fedeill ttrtmned • ineadlrj -•• Tlf] Govns-j a restitnoa U ::.i '. •.ar.vjatj • tawankti •. motive I n a tmst %  r-.sirility far I • nn| wkcj • Jewish BB.: Socialist n-1 is meat ubt is is (-rent whxi be purcRad .;-..-*. .• excluawlyj possiiihua; • -.ebiliuaone' Germany ri : .Tjulr %  A-hieh nl to bui :... for the* ( f rt oi th. .-•.ries ii ?• %  .t.-r.ment"P .. hopes tM A;ab :e.'uj which .liar with IS :eei deep sj -....ted b> -.rasine Of Shanghai needed ne pon doc"^l '"** .umems of any sort Thin thev u. b ok '1 a rew hit>on *or the 1 _, l e Westerner who has had 1'tt'e or descended .pon the cay which n knowledge Of this aspect of ;had found its origin some 100 th< refugee situation and of the years before as a result of th '*' X s '"''"Shai played, even as the Boxer Rebellion and which was ty co:,,:nu *' d to remain the then a flourishing wmmunitv for s: mping ""• Russian s 'gre.-s still awaiting the collapse of the Communist Revolution. -Jtmist r*rklhr ubliihd vtry r-eiy |"r 1 f Of Th Jewith f 10' c • t %  %  ,? SJMth (tract. M11-' 6 "f*"tJl •-•rod a* aaeond-cUK nattW W ^•30. al tna Po.t C "•<.' •' ""S '!•.. unaar tha Ad H MaMlS* Tha Jawian rio-c f '' "zZ H Jcwlah UP t. trl '" &f JO /vaa*ly Mambar cf ">e {£%M jraphe A 9 rc y Sf.•-*' %  • VV* SyixMcata. Worldcr Nt* a *^V fc National Editorial *:u.-j" n i :aA.aociat.on c< E-''^, FRED K. SKOCHET Editar ano 'u5 ,h f LEO MINCLIN H*w Ector European emigres where v. ahh and abject poverty existed side ty s.de. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth SwjJ TeleDhonee2-114l-! Moreover, it adds light to the 1 Displaced Persons problem eenThe book delineates adequate!v erally. and to thL 1 I than they did cheated. German „. _, — Leo Mindhn The %  ewl>„ : /":" 0 |'?7j: niar.ntM the Km*r.r-ti tbadln a<1vTtlar-*

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Fi.GE.14 +Jeist ilcrkHan FRIDAY, OCTOBg, s^MfHfi Hold Hoiv pavApppaiN j own Branch Nursery School Rolls To JEWISH Close Soon; Three Groups Service Area %  I r... Town Brand Nurserj Si I C mun' ~ %  •..-.• %  • % i Rabbis, as •' Bath : ; v:: Rabbi Max Shar-irr Satd Jacot BbM Coral Girl:; Jewish Cwaawl *_c_:e Ear.cfl Young Iirse: Milton S. MalJkcii .r.irocucec by PTe*:ze--! Sc'.^—zLrbel North Shore Jewish Censer Rabfci Mar f AlaiaBaMiaitl and Seymour B. Liebrnar. rnilrtll -srael Rabbi Abraham Casse". Beth Tfilah. Jacob Fithman Downtown Synagogue. Hymen Sootin Eslh Sholom. Rabbi Leon Krooish Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April and Max Drerilch Tempi* Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot Flagler Granada Jewish Canter. Rabbi Daeid Skapirc Israelite Center. Saul Athk-anazie Tiiereth Israel Northside Center. Milton S Malakafi West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Alfred Waxmax and Leonard Kalian I -M tration for 1 Flaglcr-G.-anada Branch, 50 NW J %  :-; PI ••. Miami. : Grossman, supervisor of thi Greatei Mnmi Jewish ComCenter Nursery Schools. the Montdair Between Be of w.dow. wanted t 0 ion to another take care of 'or room WOMAJi SIO.OOO I Ml 6.000 5.000 5000 3.400 3.200 2.M0 : ooo :ooc 1JN DM I4H • iers. She in North hen she for Trai >n tl C n •%  -. agon, 1 • jme, is ava said. Each child %  ared from the time he leavehome until he arrives home again at the end of the school day i:ied. There ire three branch nursery school* jn the Greater Miami ;.:.. .jr.:ty Center proirarr T*iese include a morning students of the Trenton i State r I"• hi n during their t< aching program. She taught the first graaie in Public School No. "0. Manhattan. ::. New York City, and took additional education and pre-school rtfresher courses at New York University. Columbia College and the University of Miami. In addition. MrsGrossman has had her own private school in Miami, specializing in KinderMr. and Mrs. Harry L and Sor., A:.J„ A HAPI TOTAL 4 1M_ Earl] tail week, it was r e p o rted thai three ~ "~ B i "V rship will launch appeals for boa %  >.:£*-'"_" ;-r.r.£ the Shamini Azeret services These are A Jacot and Miami Beach Jewish Centi Israeli Newsletter E A: A :: : ; Telegrai .-...I TEL AVIV 7 trips tc the i -. as i • -.%  • 7 i %  • • •• as legal : f -r ar, -; ". .-.-..-: v. H slow ari -.public fac" %  • %  — the '.!.:.-%  ns man .. r-u> ted treI E by a %  the • I • rk of i day and : hui % %  tten un• E %  %  • % %  I ire a %  haj .. .: Been T-1 Aviv-Haifa • H %  ever. %  uMJiiiuear 1 lonfttandinc :.-'•• • tufting lory travel arrtaulina; I buses and I to cope wiH *.." rerr.air.i-rr :•.:.. fa: frorr. Btta Sc fa: urb and uaagi I than garten and First Grade classes session arid full day school at the ; only she acted M Camp DirecBeacr. Branc.-.. 1536 Bay Road.; tor of the Miami Beach Day Masai Beach: a morning and full Camp before the present facilities -;•-. %  school at the Town were available. At the beginning; of World War II. she was drafted into service by the Federal Government to open the first Lanham Act Nursery School in Dade County. When the Federal Government discontinued the Lanham Act Nursery School Program. Mrs Grossman headed the nursery school program at the Town Branch until September 1. 1952. when < %  was named Supervisor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Total Nursery School Program. iS." >W ltth Avenue. nd a morning school at Thi -teep rise of recent Bttril uted mainly to the of people uni to rr.otonzed traffic. ting. education campaigns noted by police and citimittees arr ng adults But many %  including po--.... behav) as if parking regulations I thi all fry. Ni being prepar:courts where — ;. ndir.g over a year. After some cities invited ;n experts 1 eir conthere was a nly : • for s few I i for i : :. I %  H %  I • DEAN'S FAI WAFFLE SHOP] O E N 24 MOII,,[ Featunng n ,„,, g Mouthwatering Wafti„ AIo Steaki jn C Sjnj^ Specialties at th.. JJJ 304 Coral Way pfj s Beach Young Adults Beach Y '^r.e. Adults will hold ;, Harvest Hop on Sunday ning, October 5th. 8:30 p.rr... at the Miami Beach Jewish CenI : Bc'b Stone and Arler.W< blatt are in charge of arrangetrathHavenl .HOTEL Nathan G -st.rg Featuring Outita-; -g Koe'-eCATERING U*.n, t| FeCil t t: ;~t or &/nag^g v c Any* ••* -• n GreattM ami Ph. 5-4691 brown 4 oaliiion —Tr.< 1 David 1 ... ernmei I ..nd of his • %  with r. presents' .: • • .. .. I h i (.; e neral Z. nisi PARKWAY Kosher 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Phone 9-09S8 MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER *Miw isli Forum On Tho Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produced and Directed by DEPESD'B.E DOMESTICI RELAE-E CAV A0RKG A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. 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)AY. OCTOBER 3, 1952 _. +Jetsti Her Minn LEGAL NOTICE PAGE* 15 YAXbBRBILT HAIt, INC. vs"'|N. WEIN8TBIN Wl SSTEIN I ;1 n Road ,',,! vanderbllt Bnr. Inc. Go. ; -i NOTICE BV PUBLICATION ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IVIF\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SLC=!'DA IN AND FOR OAOE rOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. COU No. 153408 p, KRTPA, Plaintiff ;'.' KRl'PA I.. hwood Place aii.l M. New York Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ,.-. -S M Klill'A hereli) notified thai a Illll for' IMvocce hMM hevn t\ you, and you are re,]'*erve a ropy of your Anmver K |.i ih.. Hill of Complaint L ntiff's Attorney. STEPHEN tESSLKK, 2200 W. Flagler St.. la md file the original Pleading In the office of of the Circuit Court on or :|1 l day of October, 19.12. •.. I i so, judgment hy delie laden igalnsl you for .1. in. .tided in the Hill of LEGAL NOTICE i l.ND OROSREB ol Miami. Ill i 1st day of Octolier. A.D. K R I.KATHBRMAX, i ••• k, circuit Court, I I.I I.i ".unity. Morlda Court Seal) B> fl B. HAIiDIK. Deputy Clerk T-JI BTICE LNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW : RKBY GIVEN thai • Ing to encase in tltlous name of NPRYl and EASY If 'E LAI'NDRV, at H ue, Intend t.. reg with the Clerk of l ol Dade County, MAX GI.ICK I! >SLYN GI.ICK • :R, ESQS Miami ~ER FICTITIOUS • %  tUB LAW IM GIVEN that lug to ngage in tltlous name i I lltl'lllSES, at Kami Beach, Fla. —:<•! name with Circuit Court of Fl !,i .. J'ERItELL 1 ''v OLEti TERRELL Ji> A iVVLE V Roger N Terrell Oles Terrell %  % % %  BTICE r;.'i: i • I rink TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K l> HERBBT GIVEN that I, desiring to engage in iJ'..'i'i'." ''"' fa-tltlous name of WAYNR •I'.AU.KIt SALES A I. Second Avenue, Miami. %  V' "" '• res, -'.i said name wish' ''' ,' %  "Ircult Court of Hade l. I!%  I-1 "I.DP.EKGKP. <-• A\ IR (JULDBRRGER R.SIM w eM lanta tin BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that n deKlrlng to engage in m, '. %  ; ;, : "fictitious nan f r>' \\I.\VI,-M BHOP, at 101 K' !" '' I Avenue, in the City da Intend! to register •""•• with the Clerk of the "'•ni of Dade County, Flor' Miami. Klori.la. on this •-• member, 1952. H. It CORPORATION TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ix HEREBY GIVEN that Wiled, d esiring to engage In uv •.',,'!'.•: '"'titlous name of 1 OF MIAMI (Present bus'•• he 19 g, w. 2nd Id, ml Miami, Ith. Wild 'i %  %  •'• -Ill, %  Ida), intend to regname with the Clerk "it < ourt of Dade County. >" dale ih,. said business •n.iiig was October 1. 1952. '••"'IS H. 7.IMMON One-Half Interest SYI.VIA 7. SUMMON One-Half Interest % TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is in !;I:M v OIVEN thai : i-.i.desiring to encage In ';'• the rictltloua name of lirv BENa)l CLEAN. \\ s '•> %  '• %  at >9 s. w. 7th in. I loi Ida, intern! to reg. •'." with th,. Clerk of "II of i,j„i e county, iiW''"' 1 HERBROWITZ sIl'vKR HER8KOWITB U i'.i. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL |VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ol FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 153059 MAHIK WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, KANlJoLPlI WILLIAMS. Defendant !" ,. S .V IT FOR DIVORCE 270 West 144th St. Apartment 7. New York City, N Y You, RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, are hereby notified that a mil of Com plaint for Divorce has bean flledagalnst you. and you are required to serve a copy „f yo lr S5w of ?'.' X, }',• "'I'..'"" "' '•""•Plaint on the plaintiff s Attorney, BEN EKSKN ESQ.. US Seybold Bid*.. .Miami, HorJ Ida, and file the original Answer or r I'll'", K ..'" "" %  om ''" f "" %  Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lh .lay ol October, l!.; 2 ,f vou ST., V' "","" %  Judgment by default will be taken agalm-i you for the n-llef demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once r' ,, '?n. W £' ,k ,/.'.';'. '""' '"""• %  l-ntive weeks In THE JEWISH Kl.oltlDIAN ,-, \'? K A ND RI>ERED at Miami. A D "'I-,'! ''" y "' • Se ,, *'"> >er. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, ... • I>ade County. Morlda (Circuit Court Seal) By O. B. H All DIE, HepUty Cli*rk HEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff KM Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 9/19-2G — 1(1/3-10 CE WA. D f R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '; 's HRRKRY aiVE N thai .•"'"'ring to engage in • %  ; il„. rictltloua name ..f Lt;??, N N E l SERVICE. 1 ;! %  > EMPLOYMENT '•';-A i KMI'IJIYMKNT %  ,-; V. ,.,." KA, I EMPLOYM .HI i u ,. l ,3r Es)ianola ami .,.|„. h ,..,., lnlenlU d „.,„,. wUn lh( "" ">urt of bade County. loz-Lio"MK1 "ENBERO icy NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDO'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 28741-B In Re: ESTATE OF BERNARD C, FRIEDMAN a/k/a BERN IE C. FRIEDMAN .„ Deceased lo All ( l editors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You. anil each of you, are hereby notified and required to presenl any clalma and demands which you, or either of you, ma> have against the estate ..f BERNARD C FRIEDMAN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office in the County Courthouse :n Dade County, Florida, within elghi calendar months from the date of the firs! publication hereof, •%  .li.i clalma oi demands t.. contain the legal ad' "f the claimant and to be oi n to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be burred. Date September 24, A.D. I9.i2 JOYCE FRIEDMAN As Administratrix "f the Esta f BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN I v. .IS.-.I GEORGE J. TALIANi il'K Attoi nej foi Administratrix 120 Lincoln i: I Miami Beaeh, Fla. I.. 3. io.i7.24 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 152938 WILLIAM THEODORE SCHWARTZ, Plaintiff, vs AHA ESTKLLE SCHWARTZ, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ADA KSTELLE SCHWARTZ 46S.'. Adams Avenue Philadelphia 40, Pennsylvania You, ADA KSTEl.LK SCHWARTZ. are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for DfvOMS has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a eop.v of your Answer or Pleading to the Illll of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BBN ESSEN, ESQ., fSJ Seybold Bid*., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the cjerk of th,' Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of October. 1952. if you fail to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'Lollll >1AN. DONE AND ORDERED* at Miami, Florida, this luth day of September, A.I i. int. E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Pade County, Florida (Circuit Court S.ali Hy WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy chik HEN B88BN Attorney for Plaintiff 82;i Seybold nidg. Miami, Florida t/12-di-U — 10'3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltliius name of l'LAMINC.o OKU.I. ANDWNDRIBR, ats4034 N. W. "th Avenue. Miami, intend to register said nanie with th' ou are hereby t.fled and required to present any e'the S o 'f''v %  **/""" """'h vou. or • ithei of you, may have against the estate of CLARENCE SUNN deceased late of Rockland County' New York, to the Hon. w. F BLANTON •Jd FRANK B. I..IWI.IN, 'VV.umy Judges or Had,. County, and rue the •ame In their office ft "V,. County Courthouae In Hade County li.rid, th ,'!t "'V'!, : ', 1 """"' "-o'-ths from of s %  ..". nrst l"">"''ation hereI.IM th i' i'" S L" ''•-•"ands to contain the legal address of the clainutnt and to I,.. sw..rn „, and presen e,l as a oresan ol same will he |,a,,..,| .See Section 120 of the WU 1'ioliate Date Sepiemlier 24. A.D lir, HELEN I. SI.INN CLARENCE SI.INN. JR As Ancillary Executor and Executrix of ihe Last Will and Testament of CLARENCE BLINK, MYERS. HEIMAN KAI'L.T"" 1 By: Louis ileimiin Attorneys for Ancllhtry Executor and Executrix 9/26 — 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER, FIcflTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring" to engage in business under the fictitious name of MI i.-' A, I 'V, SI:AT ^'"VERS, at S^l Hiscayne Blvd.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERN ARM IMXIOM ,.. „. SANFORD n. JACollSON 9/19-28 — lii/:!-lli IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 152931 REGGIE THOMAS RYDER. Plaintiff VS. ROSE RYDER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSE RYDER Norrlstown, R.D. 1 Norrlstou n, Pennsj Ivanla You are herebj notified thai a Rill of Complaint for Divorce lias I n filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint ..n the plaintiff's attorney, RICHARD K. SHEPARD, 2200 West Flagler Street, Miami, and rile the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ISth day of October, 1952. if vou fall to do BO, Judgment by default will lie taken Against you for the relief demanded in Hie itiii of Complaint, HONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this llih day of September, A.D:, 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of ihe circuit Court By WM. \v. STOCKING Deputy clerk I 19-21 — l"/:i-l" LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 152925 DOMINICK ARLOTTA. Plaintiff vs. MARY ARLOTTA, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MARY ARLOTTA Armstrong Court GREENWICH, CONN. VIM' are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer In Ihe Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 9th das of October, A.D. 1982: otherwise, the Hill of Complain! for invoice heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED al .Miami. Florida, this 10th dav of September. 1952 K.i H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: WM w STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plaintiffs Attorney: NORMAN It. LYONS 910-12 Olympla Bidg. Miami, Florida. 9/12-19-28 — I0'3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153093 HETTY ANN PERKINS, Plaintiff vs. %  EITHER JACKLISON PERKINS. JR.. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Luther Jacklison Perkins. Jr. You are hereby notified that a RIH of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading tO the Hill of Complain! on the plaintiff's Attorney. STEPHEN F. KESSLER. 2200 West FUgler St.. Miami. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Curt ..it or before the 17th Day of October, I9S2. if you fall to do so, Judgment by default win be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED ll Miami, Florida, this 17th clay of September, VI'.. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Had,. County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M C FBIGE Deputy Clerk I 19 26 10 %  : l i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LITTLE Mn|.LIES BEAUTY -SAl.i IN. at 1451 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANNA LINICK / Sole Owner 9/12-19-28 — 10/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI REACH HENDIX COMPANY, at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk o/ the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida CHARLES WEINGARTEN MARGIE WEINGARTEN 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153037 WILLIAM I). PHELAN, IMaintiff vs. AGNES ESTHER PHELAN Defendant i>*3 l.ake Avenue Rochester, New York SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AGNES ESTHER PHELAN You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attornev, STEPHEN I KKSSi.ER. 2200 W. I-lagler St, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or PleaiNng In the office of rhe'-Clerk tit 'the circuit Court on or before the 17th dav of October, 1952, If you, fall to do' so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for Hi., relief demanded in Ihe Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tills l'.th day of September. A.D. 19".2. E B. LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By G. B. HARD1E, Deputy Clerk. 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO., at 229 N. E. 2nd Ave., .Miami. Intends to register said name win, the Clerk of the Circuit Court %  •! Dade County. Florida. Rl'REN FRIEDMAN CHAR1 OTTE J B VRKAN An..in.\ fur i iwner 547 Se> %  ol i Bldg. 9 2t! |o-3-1 (-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai %  Ii dgni I, desli n^ :•' ens Ic.islii. -the fictltiou TURF MOTEL, it 700 :-. v. 271 I .\\ • nue, Ml nds to reist< e with tl the Cli ill C %  : ol Dadi C nty. Florida. 27 COR1 a Fl flENET \ II NET ES IS Attori 27 I' '•"[. 9 %  •--•: — l I :-lo NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HERE :V OIVEN that the undersigne I. des ng to ei | ige In business in • %  • I he fictitious I ( 8TONEY PINE TAVERN, al l29 N. W 27th Ave., Miami. Fla., to register said name with th-. C irk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SMITH STEPHEN F, KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 9 19-26 — 10 J-IO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1.HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign.*d. desiring to en-.Kla business under the fictitious name of STOCKAOE SHOW BAR at "7:n N. W, 2nd Ave., Miami. Intends to register said name with the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. BURT JOHNSON 8TEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 22"ii W. Flagler St. 9/26 1" 'S-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name >.f BARARA JEAN MANSIONS at 956 Euclid Avenue. Miami i:..i h Florida, intend to registei said name with the clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS R. MILLER JOAN LEA'INK MORRIS KORSI'N 9/36-30 — 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 TINA MARKET at 610 S. W. 3rd Street intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ERNESTlN'A ARE!'. Sole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owner a 26-M — 10 M0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEKEIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, defirlng to engage in business under the fictltlou CORAL GABLES DRUG ST. IRE, at 130 Ponce ue Leon Blvd Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to reglsti name with the Cl >rh Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAMl'EL GELBOND BEN ESSEN -j; s ig. Miami, Florida v foi s imuel i :• Ibon l 9 26 — I" :'.-! I-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE BEDDING, at 585] Northwest 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID PULLMAN ALFRED KRK1SLER Attorney for Owner 9/19-26 — 1O/3-10 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 23002 RE: ESTATE OF MAX COHEN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DI8CHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Executor of the estate of MAX COHEN, deceased; and that on the 24th day of Ortober, 19."i2, I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dad.j County, Florida, tor approval of sail final report and for final dischargrt as Ancillary Executor of the Estate of MAX COHEN", deceased. This ISth dav of September, 19S2. /s/ HARRY KAIIN formerly known as Harry Cohen. Ancillary Executor of the Estate of Max Cohen. Deceas.il MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Executor 9/26 — 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACE TV. at 11114 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROERT B. CLIFTON 9/26 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name <


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[Y, OCTOBER 3. 1952 *"* %  # %  rRrriHtfon PAGE 13 iN k Halt Of Arms Shipment AVIV (JTA)—The Government of Israel will ask the rn powers not to resume the supply of arms to the Arab so long as these states refuse to sign peace treaties with it was officially disclosed here. A Foreign Ministry spokesLid the Israel Ambassador in the United States and the MinI : n London and Paris had been instructed to approach the Lnents 10 which they art accredited and to muke su^h iepreF onS ten Major's Mfe Is Spared (HE HAGUE (WNS)—By royal dtcree. the death sentence of p. }'. I.ages, wartime head of the German Security Police in L-dam. who was responsible for the deportation of 70.000 AmTI Jews, the shooting of Dutch captives without trial, the deDn of many houses in reprisal measures and who was offinded as one of the nation'? arch-war criminals, was comI | life imprisonment. Less than a month ago a si had been made to a conevntrat.on liwncy com min Plan TV YORK, (JTA)—The Israel Bond Organization announced that it had accepted a proposal submitted to it by Am^r Ab a Eban as the recommendation of Premier David Eenaimed at coordinating activities of the United Jewish Appd thi I-rael Bond Organization. Inasmuch as the United lAppt; hud not yet formally taken action on the proposal, no I'l tht |.:oposal were made public by the bond organization, tr. it ..known that the proposal aims at the establishment :.ena: committee, which would have final authority to resolve fferemts affecting the two activities and which would undergthen the efforts of both organizations to provide dolI < • cconon-.y. • • • • isa For Nazi General Sehreiher LSHINGON, (JTA)—The State Department said here that. btst 11 its knowledge. Dr. Walter P. Schreiber. ex-Nazi Geneom'handed the medical branch of Hitler's Supreme Com-s ii"t been granted a visa to return to the United States. I*-" the Department's answer to queries on reports that the ly dottor," who was lired by the US Government after his was i xposed, is atte.T.pting to re-enter this country. Edward >y. el a f of the Visa Division, said that information had been %  ihe American Jewish Congress that Schreiber was in • • • • • id Stretched In Peace, Eban Says v YORK, (ISI)—Israel's hand is stretched out in peace to "Us, Amtassador Abba Eban told Israel press co.-re) New York this week. Mr. Eban sharply criticized the • Arab states in bringing before the United Nations • questions which they had persistently -refused Israel, though Israel had often stated that it is willup all outstanding matters in direct negotiations with 'i %  •' %  'This is the only case in the world today," stressed *dor, "where a nation having a dispute with another I to taik to it and then turns to ethers claiming that an been done." Labor Zionists Have Sukkoth Fete The Labor Zionist Council of (Gieater Miami will held a Sukkoth Celebration on Sunday evening, October 5th, 8 p.m.. at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditor,um. Guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph Nsrot, spiritual leader of Terr.ple Israel, with Beth El Congregation's Center William Wolf presenting the musical portions of the program. Scheduled to render a report on his recent trip to Israel is Jack Fishman. Israel Shapoif, president of the Council, will discuss: Labor Zionism. Also included on the program will be Beryl Morrison in recitation of Yiddish poetry. Max Astor in recitation of Yiddish, prose and Mrs. Harry Perach in community singing. President of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, Mis. Be a Jaffer. will preside. Program chairman is David Friedman. LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE Private Cases Preferred CALL SINCLAIR. 3-2398 Colonel H. N. Kiikmen. director of th Department cf Public Safely, will pieser.i awards during the Fourth Annual GOTnor's Highway Safely Conference lo Florida cities which did not h3ve a traffic fatality within their municipal limits during 1951. The Conference is scheduled in Daytona Eeach on October 10th to 11th. Beth David Has Joint Affair The Sisterhood and FT A of Beth David Congregation will present a joint Annual Sukkoth Party on Sunday, October 5th, at 10:30 a.m. Under the direction of Mrs. Ida shargaa, chairrr.an. and Mrs. Rob.rt Nedbor, refreshment chairnan, traditional fruit and wine will be served to over 700 childen from the Beth David Sunday school ;n t.-.e Sukkah. REV. and MRS. GEORGE GOLDBERG Extend Season's Greetings to all theii many friends in the entire Jewish Community ci Miami and in particular to,their friends from BETH DAVID TJFERETH ISRAEL and EETH EL CONGREGATIONS ROOM & BOARD with private family on Beech fcr 1 or 2. Strict attention tc any diet. Television.. PHONE 5-6243 SEASON'S GREETINGS Tower Restaurant AIR CONDITIONED "Finest In Southwest Section" Corner 15th & S.W. 8th Street Tamiami Trail Telephone 2-8815 Miami. Florida at t: I |aki CM Ibas! evi i %  nan Inquiry Opens Hearings fSHINGTON, (JTA)—Hearings rn the McCai ran-Walter Act If Mpecti of immigration policy were opened byj>Pre:dent P/ Commission on Immigration and Naturalization Tuesday F^eral Court House in New York City. Among those testify| Senator Herbert H. Lehman, Representative Emanuel CelThe will gathering ~ ,.,,„, y,, McCarran-Walter Act should be • • Condemn Attacks On Religion YORK. (JTA)— Four thousand persons at a public rally on-ored by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the Unit". I f" Ca nada adopted a resolution this week protesting against f c att acks on the fundamentals of Jewish religion" in Israel. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Distributed by M'VIXSOX FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 m munoHAi DISH FOR THE HOLIDAYS G.f Manhchfwili Gfilt Fith-th* one gefilto filh with tho quolily you want .. tho only 9.fill, (uti with that'honM-mad* tatt you lovol GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Tv*o Convenient Locations Aifi CONDITIONED CHAPELS Miami Miami Beach 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone Phone 3-3431 5-767 7 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Director



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JAY. OCTOBER 3, 1952 *Jewisti fhrMtm PAGE 7 Kline To Be Feted Testimonial Dinner Tommorrow •ank r-nk Kline, who has served Quartermaster <>f the '. in Bruce Brown Post No. Jewish War Veterans, and office in the Post for ,.,.,, period than any other „,;, r will be honored tomorevening, 8 p.m.. during a timonial Dinner to be given hv the Post ;lt tlle Lincoln JW Frank Kline dr Kosher Restaurant. Miami Hi. urine this period of memberKline also served five years I Department Quartermaster. iddition. he was Finance Ofof the Honor Guard for years and acted as National uty Inspector of JWV for the amount of time. Jine's wife. Minnie, served one a? president of the Ladies ...iv to the Jewish War VetPost. h some 300 hours of volunfcork ;it the Veterans Admintion Hospital. Coral Gables, well Branch % I ball League