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The Jewish Floridian ( October 10, 1952 )

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Ik^wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 25—Number 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS ustrians To Negotiate With Jews On Restitution Claims VIENNA (JTA) — The Austrian Government has decided to iiate negotiations with major Jewish organizations on restitution Austrian Jewish victims of Nazism, leading members of the Gov„_it confirmed here. They indicated that the talks would start [technical levels, to be taken over later by Cabinet representa; Chancellor Leopold feign Minister Karl Figl, Vice Gruber, received Jewish Telegraphic ncy correspondents, outlined r views on the reparations isThey said talks would be ed with representatives of American Jewish Committee, t Distribution Committee, ish Agency and World JewCongress. At a later date, resentatives of the Austrian lish communities will be kight in. hancellor Figl said he expectthe preliminary talks to start Vienna sometime in October, Foreign Minister Gruber anmced that invitations to the ish organizations had already out from his office. New York, the JTA learned the Jewish organizations had yet received invitations from Austrian Government to send •esentativts to Vienna this to discuss problems of resi to Jewish victims of NazNot Opposed a written statement, Chanor Figl stressed that Austria (not oppose payment of reparjms to Jews and asserted that (far as possible under present ws, Austrian Jews had received Ik their houses, businesses and positions they had held in yernment offices during the t-Nazi period. 1e all know of no discriminaChancellor Figl insisted. ttwevtr, many buildings are Chancellor Adolf Schaerf and still occupied by Allied occupation forces and cannot be returned to their former owners." The Government chief said that "our primary concern is to maintain our economy. We then want to establish what the Jewish claims amount to, whether our economy permits having this claim satisfied and within what period of time it can be satisfied. "The Government decided as a first step in this direction to have ministry officials confer with representatives of Jewry and to establish proposals. Our Government could hardly have been expected to consider requests for reparations when four Jewish organizations came to us each with different proposals and demands. However, now that these organizations have united, it has become possible for representatives of these organizations to meet with officials of our ministries and work out a program to be presented to the Cabinet. "The Cabinet," Dr. Figl declared, "will definitely not disregard the opinions of the Jewish or(Continued on Page 4) rzwhs Purg* Jews From Army VIENNA (JTA) — The Czechoslovak Army his recently dismissed a number of officers in the financial, supply and legal services because of their Jewish origin, according to reports received here from Prague. Jewish doctors serving in the Czechoslovak armed forces have not as yet been affected by the so-called "purification" since the Communists are not yet in a position to provide substitutes for tht-m. A "purification" of the higher brackets of the Czechoslovak civil service is also reported to have eliminated most JewiaVi officlaKp. A number of Jews in the professions, considered untrustworthy, by the authorities are reported under arrest and manyjfwi an*J|aid to have been selected for forced labor in the iron ana 1 ste to have steel industries. Mapai Breaks Talks With General Zionists TEL AVIV (JTA) — Negotiations between the General Zionist and Mapai Parties for broadening of the Israel Government coalition were broken off here late last week by the Centrists. This action was made known to the Labor Party in a letter from Dr. Peretz Bernstein, chairman of the General Zionist Party, to Premier David Ben-Gurion. At a press conference called Zionist spokesman explained that the main issue over which the talks broke down was that of the attitude of the two parties toward the Histadrut. The spokesman said his party did not oppose any form of private or collective initiative but that the development of Histadrut enterprises, under Mapai leadership had reached dimensions which were "against the workers' interests, and sometimes even aby the Centrist Party, a General gainst the state's interests." He insisted that the General Zionist Party wanted full equality for all forms of enterprise and full development of the country's economy to assure economic recovery. The spokesman charged that the Mapai Party had entered into negotiations with the Centrists only to "frighten" the religious (Continued on Page 4) t. Frank Kinsdon At Bond Aff Speaks air Thursday Difficulties Spread Anti-Semitism MELBOURNE (JTA) — J. Redapple, president of the Australian Jewish Council, warned here last week that "increasing economic diffx-ulties throtffjSKgut the world, including Australia, have accelerated the spread of anti-Semitism which now finds its expression in the desecration of Jewish graves and the dissemination of fresh batches of anti-Semitic literature." He charged that "many scurrilous anti-Semitic leaflets, published in England, Sydney and Melbourne, are being distributed in factories and in working class suburbs where unemployment already is threatening many homes." • • • • • Lands Latin American Jewry's Spirit NEW YORK (JTA) — The 700,000 Jews of Latin America have created a community life "which in terms of exemplary organization, national consciousness and Yiddish cultural achievement, belongs in the very front rank of world Jewry," Dr. Arieh Tartakower, chairman of the Israel Executive of the World Jewish Congress, said here last week in a comment on his live-month tour of duty as special congress delegate in Latin America. He said that the Jews in Latin America enjoyed a great economic development and. that there was virtually no Jewish poverty. The popular level of anti-Semitism there was low, he added, and governments frequently, proclaim their determination to treat all citizens with equality. • • • • Anti-Semitic Paper Is Suspended ISTANBUL (JTA) — Buyuk Qogu, anti-Semitic Turkish flewspaper here, has WCfl forced to suspend publication as a result o| "moral pressure" from government circles. The newspaper professed, to support the Democratic Party — the party in power — and rer ceived official government advertising, giving rise to the suspicion that the government was supporting its views. Its suspension at this time has been interpreted here as a sign that the government is anxious to avoid such suspicions. • • • • Plan Seizure Of Jewish Property BEIRUT (WNS) -— A plan to confiscate Jewish property for the benefit of Arab refugees from Palestine was under consideration this week at a meeting of the Syrian Cabinet, according to reports reaching here from Syrian sources. At the same time, rumors were circulating here that Egypt would seek a separate peace with Israel. Some newspapers have blasted Egypt's Premier Naguib for visiting a Cairo Synagogue during the Jewish High Holiday season. Jr. Frank Kingdon, editor, racommentator, lecturer and fid traveler, will be guest of por at a dinner given by the pfessional Division of the eater Miami Committee for nds of Israel Government on |ursday, October 16th, 6:30 at the Delano Hotel, it was Bounced this week by ChairHarry Simonhoff. Committee members in their Ipective divisions who will be Icharge of the affair include the lowing: Massachusetts, Michigan and New Jersey for the next twenty years. He is a graduate of Boston University and attended Harvard as a Jacob Sleeper Fellow. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Albion College conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity on him in 1927, and Ohio Northern University gave him the degree of Doctor of Laws in V 0. *feourt, Barney| Sidney "uniiintx — Sidney I Mill my r. l.ennard H Finn. iiii.n: On. Robert Litowlts, JoaeMarKolln, lianiel Rosa, Nonrutn tE""'">n Jck H. Seltlln. IKJiciiUM — Dr. Harold Rand. Kirman: Dra. Mortimer Abrartikln. rniT 1 .. ,,, r man. Max Dobrtn, M. "lie*, Max (Jrata, A. R. Hollander • harl,- Werblow. ". Kingdon, who will be prinI speaker, was born in Lonnd came to this country at ** oi 17. He immediately, red the ministry and served j wotat Churches in Maine,! Dr. Frtnk Kingdon In 1935, he was one of the organizers of the University of Newark and became its first president. He resigned this office in 1940, to devote himself to the defense of democracy then threatened by the rise of Hitler. The Phi Lambda Phi Fraternity gave him its gold medal in 1941, as the outstanding interpreter of democracy and brotherhood in the country. During World War II. he origanized the Emergency Rescue 'Committee To Save Europe and aided outstanding artists, writers and labor leaders threatened by .the Nazis. When the United States entered the war, he bej came special advisor to the chair! man of the War Manpower Com! mission and the chairman of the War Production Board. He also aided the late Mayor Fioriello LaGuardia in setting up the Office of Civilian Defense. Dr. Kingdon is now a newspaper columnist. Among his published works are The Architects Of The Republic, a study of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt, The Man In The White House, When HalfGods Go and Our Second War Of Independence. Ask Special Parliament Session JERUSALEM (WNS) — A resolution urging Knesset Speaker Joseph Sprinzik to call Parliament, now in recess, into session to, consider the school issue was passed last week by the Central Committee of the General Zionist Party. The immediate purpose of the request was to discuss the Government's decision to transfer the Teacher's Seminary at Beth Hakerem from the General Zionists to the joint control of the government and the Hebrew University. • • 0 Iron Curtain States Ignore Plea TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Governments of Rumania, Hungary and Poland failed to take any action on a request from the Israel Ministry of Religion, forwarded through the Foreign Ministry, to permit dehsjjatiMs of orthodox Jews to proceed to Israel to take part in the first Hahkel ceremony to be held in more than 2,000 years, it was disclosed last week. Rabbi David Kahane, director of the ministry, said the request had been made to the governments involved so that there could be a representation of Europan Jewry in the ceremonies marking the end of the Jewish sabbatical year. • • • • • •Jewish Agency Status Bill Exhumed NEW YORK (JTA) — The bill conferring special status on the Jewish Agency and the world Zionist movement will be reintroduced by the Israel Government early next month on the reconvening of Parliament. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Jewish Agency chairman, reported last week. He told a conference of American and Canadian members of the Zionist General Council, supreme authority o! the Zionist movement between World Zionist Congresses, he was confident the bill would be enacted into law before the Council meets in Jerusalem on November 20th. • • • • • David \ iles Dies At Age Of 63 BOSTON (JTA) — Funeral services were held here for David K. Niles, executive assistant to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, who died here at the age of 63. The son of Russian immigrants to the United States, Mr. Niles went to Washington in 1932, shortly after President Roosevelt's election and remained a trusted assistant to both Presidents until his death. President Truman was represented at the funeral services and the Government of Israel was represented by Consul General Arthur Lourie and Lieutenant Colonel Giladi, Israel military attache in Washington.



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PAGE 2 *JeistrFk>r*0ar7 FRIDAY. OCIOBB,, Age Adult, Golden Groups Meet To View Activities In response to demands here, the Adult and Golden Age Comnittee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center held its first meeting of the season to formulate plans for the development of activities in adult population, it was announced by Leon Kaplan, chairman of tht organization's Program Council. A wide variety of cultural and social activities for adults was projected both by the Adult and Golden Age Committees, chaired by Monrie Gelb, Miami attorney. Twenty-eight representatives from the organization's branches in Miami and Miami Beach and at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center indicated strong community needs for activities on artistic, dramatic, musical, dance, forum and social lines. At branch committee meetings in the various locations to be held in the immediate future, the specific details of the opening programs will be developed. Needs of the Golden Age clubs were also discussed, and reports from these groups indicated preparations for a busy season. It was announced that professional staff advisors will be shortly ap• d to advise these groups. Present at the meeting were n Kan Mr and Mrs Henry Gai tJ, III :: : Ml -. B>'l isoff. Lucy S '-•' Mrs. BeaGus GinsMr.Lili Duntov, F ; I Segal, Laurence : nan. L St n, Ada Ada Sheiner, E %  • Zi I .. StillMii am S hiff, Ben Jonas, AlY ung( i ; an, Reina YoungerHub) rn n, Isidore Sim• z and Mr and Mrs. Harry Zukcrnick. Gebiner Marking the Fete Gebiner At Affair Tomorrow The Board of Directors of the Y. L. Peretz School, together with the Workmen's Circle and its Women's Club. Branch No. 692, will tender a reception to the Assistant General Secre.ary of the Workmen's Circle, Benjamin Gebiner. and to Mrs. Gebiner, currently vacationing here. Yiddish Schools celebration, the function will take place tomorrow evening. October 11th, 8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. Mr. Gebiner, an attorney at law, has been connected with the Workmen's Cjrde*ince 1922. first as teacher in the' hign schools, then as chairman of its Board of Education. Fot the 1 past 17 years, he has occupied tits present poi sition as Assistant' General Sec|retary. Mr. Gebiner is also a news 1 commentator on Station WEVD. New York, where he broadcasts every morning. Entertainment will be provided by Mrs. Lillian Nelson, who will render several songs. The Y. L. Peretz School is the only Yiddish School affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education. Zamora PTA To Meet The first Fall meeting of the Zamora Jewish Center PTA will be held on Wednesday. October 22nd. at 8:30 p.m. Introducing program, Mrs. Angel Ross. prin .pal. will present methods of education and objectives of the school. Plans for PTA activities during the coming year will also be discussed. Homestead Builds Jewish Center A Jewish Community Center will soon be erected in Homestead, Florida, according to an announcement late last week by Mrs. I. A. Kasden. Mrs. Kasden, publicity chairman for the projected Homestead Jewish Community Center, said %  that the undertaking is the result ; of the joint effort of some 25 Jewish families there. Ground was broken at the building site some three weeks ago, and contributions in labor and equipment will represent a significant factor in defraying construction costs. A Center Fund Drive is currently under way, and, while most donations have come from members and prospective members, Mrs. Kasden explained that many non-Jewish families of the area are also responding with gifts. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of the Beth David Synagogue here has already conducted Sabbath services for members of the Homestead Jewish Community Center on several occasions. Plans currently call for later erection of a Religious School on four recently purchased lots adjacent to the Center site. Officers of the Center are Herman Marks, president: Sidney Peckett, secretary; and Paul Losner, treasurer. Apartment Men Hear Solicitor-Elect Marsh J Fin CMarsh, Dade County Solicitor-Elect, was guest speaker of the Miami Beach Apartment Association last Monday in the Blackstone Hotel at its first monthly membership meeting of the new season, it was announced by Daniel M. Broad, president. Demonstrate Rumor Clinic Method Here Miss Joyce Zimmerman, of the Educational Department, Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will demonstrate the Rumor Clinic at a meeting of the BZB, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, to be held on Tuesday, October 14th. 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Jewish Community Center. 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Lv r>r.TOBER 10, 19S2 *JeistFk>rktifiin PAGE 3 7/ Say THE SPONSORS OF COLUMBUS By HARRY SIMONHOFF L „ d jtors of The Jewish Floridian are privileged r„, t h e following extract from the book curl hlina prepared for publication by Mr. Harry Ehnff author of the popular column, I'll Say. OthVtons of Mr. Simonhoff's work-in-progress will b here from time to time.) SPONSORS OF COLUMBUS liling the Caribbean and touching the coast of brought back memories of Jewish participation discovery and early settlement of America. The Jewish ancestry of Columbus has been the of heated dispute between historians. Whether "reat Navigator was of Italian or Jewish stock _ins a controversy. But one fact is undeniable: Ibackers, promoters, financiers and sponsors of nous were almost exclusively Jews. The 1492 exHon that discovered the new world was virtually Irish enterprise. [RANO INFLUENCE hese Jews, converted or loyal, were high up in the herce and finance of Spain, in the palace, in the I in the courts, in the universities, and even in Church. Diego Deza, a bishop and professor of Dgy at Salamanca, succeeded Torquemada as InJo r General of the Holy Office. Alonzo de Cabrera [Governor of Segovia while his wife, Beatriz de jjilla, was Queen Isabella's bosom friend and closlonfidante. Gabriel Sanchez was Treasurer and Iso de la Caballeria, Vice Chancellor of Aragon. |ham Senior, the farmer of taxes in Castile, de| to change over to Christianity with the 1492 edict kpulsion. In his 80th year, he had neither the Icter nor the will to become an exile. Of a differ(tan-.p was Isabella's famous Minister of Finance, lAbravenel, who for seven years exercised his inIty in raising revenue for the successful conduct |e Moorish war. Six months after the surrender of bda, he took up the wanderer's staff and joined Jllow refugees. But most helpful of all to ColumIwas Luis de Santangel, Royal Councillor, and ptroller General of Aragon. \ FINAL TURNDOWN blumbus had gotten the run-around for eight years. InEnd, the royal double-crossed, would have no Tof him. The pious queen could with gracious Ion blame the delay on la guerre. But the war Jvcr and the time had come for a showdown. The lator's hair had turned white, and he was getting |ly nowhere. His sponsors managed to arrange an liew with the royal couple. But what demands! What unheard of effrontery! An alien nobody, without blood or rank, to insist on th. title, Grand* Admiral of the Ocean. Nor was that all. He also demanded ten per cent of all profits from trade with th e Indies in Perpetuity. Incredible! The royal pair had to work off their disgust in a tennis match. "I told you not to bother with scurvey seamen. That's Portuguese business. These Italians are even more greedy than Jews." I suppose you are right, my wise husband," answered the Queen, probably wondering if the curt dismissal of the ghb-tongued promoter was not a mistake SPANISH LEARNING The conclave.of New Christians and Jews met to discuss the final rejection of their plausible visionary, who was willing to put his life in jeopardy by sailing the unknown western seas. The learned among them had perhaps scoffed in secret at the Royal Commission for accepting a s highest truth the archaic obiter dicta of the primitive Church Fathers. Spanish scholarship denied the circular shape of the earth and branded Columbus a charlatan of the lunatic fringe. Yet neither Jewish learning nor modern science would dismiss the notion that the earth was a sphere. As men of business, they perceived the advantages of trade with the Indies of fabulous wealth. JEWISH FEARS Perhaps their intuitive fears were stronger spurs than the itch for wealth. The Inquisition was making arrests daily of Conversos no more guilty than themselves. There were also ugly rumors in the wind of a move to expel all unconverted Jews from the joint kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. A direct sea passage to lands beyond the great ocean might yet prove their salvation. The Indies, Cathay or Cepango contained neither Christians nor Moslems. The pagan and heathen was always noted for tolerance in religious matters. Conceivably this seafaring adventurer with ready tongue and contagious enthusiasm might yet find a haven for the persecuted Jewry of Christendom. DECISION TO HELP This clique of money and brains might easily have put up the funds for a caravel or two and sent Columbus out on a private venture of their own. But their swaggering promoter full of conceit and vain glory would deal only with kings. How else could h e attain the coveted title, Don Christobal Colon, Grand Admiral of the Ocean. No, the Queen must reconsider. The gifted tongue of Luis de Santangel might sway the obstinate Jezebel, who has 120 vessels in her own Castilian navy. And if she pleads poverty, they must be ready to make a loan to the royal treasury. But Colon had already set out with his boy for France. A fast horseman can catch up with his two plodding burros on the road to Seville. LUIS DE SANTANGEL The astute lawyer did not bore the Queen with involved legal arguments. Let the jack tar have the empty title of Grand Admiral if he finds a short route to the Indies. As for his stipulations, unconscionable covenants need not be enforced. But the eloquent Santangel's appeal was mainly along religious lines. What a glorious opportunity to bring the blessings of Christianity to the benighted heathen. These cunning Jews — mused the Queen — a lot they care about Christian salvation. Yet she was affected all the same and lamented the empty treasury, as well as the high cost of the recent war. "If I only had the money, Senor," "I'll lend Your Majesty 5,000,000 Maravadis for this venture." The queen was trapped. "Send me your sailor, I will sign his agreement." THE HURRICANE The New World was found; the course of history changed; the modern era began. The Grand Admiral sailed back to Europe on the smallest of the three barks. A violent tropical storm caught him. All seemed lost. The Pinta would surely sink with the supreme discoverer on board. The preeminent voyage of all time would never be known. Columbus did the only thing possible under the circumstances. He wrote two letters, sealed them in air-tight containers, and stood ready to cast them into the raging Atlantic as the boat went down. His chances of ever seeing Spain again seemed one in a million. But the small kegs might drift over to somewhere in Europe. THE LETTERS Writing these letters was an act of desperation, the final performance of a man who fancied his end was near. At such a moment even the exhibitionist Columbus was hardly in the mood for histrionics. These letters contained the incredible story of his expedition, without parallel in human annals. Yet they were written neither to the Queen, the King, nor the CardinalPrimate. One was addressed to Gabriel Sanchez, the other to Luis de Santangel. In that solemn moment, Columbus revealed his inner conviction as to the men really responsible for his discovery. They were neither Royalty nor all powerful Churchmen. They were New Christians, who in all probability observed Judaism in secret underground vaults. ich High PTA lens New Adult ication Series first of a series of four sesir Adult Education sponby the Miami Beach High 11 PTA will take place on i morning, October 1 30 a.m., in the school I frr.r for the series is: ToC ildren — Tomorow's i Bin Zion Ginsburg, chairI need that the presen• will be in the form a radio th the following mem'inn: the Mesdames Emanuel Goldrbert Gu:man, AlexandUexander Rubin, Max• ; and Samuel Wicsen. ipating are Mrs. West Miami Post Sponsors Party Meri and women of the West Miami Post No. 273, Jewish War Veterans, will sponsor a Membership Masquerade Party on Saturday evening, November 8th, 8 p.m., at the West Miami Jewish Center. Purpose of the party will be j to add to the membership roster of the Post. The organization engages in activity at the Veterans and Kendall Hospitals, as well as in other welfare work. i Mrs. Frank Klein is in charge i of arrangements for the Novem1 ber 8th affair. Flagler School Toasts Pupils At Sukkoth Fete The Sunday School of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center was host to some 200 children 'at its Annual Sukkoth Party last Sunday morning, with Bernard Welkind, principal, in charge of the affair assisted by the teaching staff. Tomorrow evening, October 11th, at 6:45 p.m., pupils of the school will participate in the Simchas Torah Party. Carl Lcssncr, Dean of Boys, representing the faculty: Mrs. Philip LcikowUz, portraying the typical parent: and Marlcne Planick and Dick Sirkin, student participants. Enjoy Kellogg's lorn Flakes These big. crisp golden flakes thcrt are always so sweet and fresh are acceptable in all Jewish homes. So have the kind of dairy meals you can look forward package and enjoy it often. %1 orkiiH'ir.s Circle Forum Tonight The Workmen's Circle branches and the Yiddish Ver'oand, in cooperation with the Dade County Central Labor Union, have arranged an open forum on the subject of the forthcoming presidential election scheduled tonight, 8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. • Introduction to the discussion will be given by Burton Nuchols, president of the Dade County Central Labor Union, and Joseph Duntov, secretary of the Southern District, Workmen's Circle. Benjamin Gebiner, Assistant General Secretary of Workmen's Circle, will be moderator. Sam Macy, manager of the ILGWU, will introduce the speakers. Tropical Lodge Holds Breakfast Tropical Lodge, B'nai B"rith, will meet at Howard Johnson's Restaurant, 1100 Biscayne Boulel vard, Sunday, October 12th, 10:30 a.m., to discuss final plans for j the GO Campaign which starts I next week throughout the counI try. 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PAGE 4 *JmM> Hcridiian FRIDAY. QC TORPB !c < I EDITORIAL Jadge Vincent Giblin On Tuesday. October 14th, Florida residents will go to the polls to select the candidate who will fill the current vacancy on the State Supreme Court Bench created by the death of Justice Roy N. Chapman. One of the candidates running for the office is Judge Vincent C. Giblin. Judge Giblin is well known to the Greater Miami community and particularly to the legal profession. He has made en impeccable impression, also, on lay residents here with a distinguished record as a capable c:torney and jurist, havina served in the capacity c: Circuit Judge in both Dade and Broward Counties and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Florida. Egually important with Judge Giblin's past record in consideration of him as successor to 'he late Justice Chapman are the issues upon which he has made an explicit stand. As Supreme Court Justice, Judge Giblin pledges to do away with the huge backlog of cases currently en the docket and to eliminate the attendant evil c: juridical delay plaguing our highest court. Having demonstrated beyond guestion his legcl and personal proficiency thus far. as well as his fairness and honesty which are so integral a part of his professional practices, Judge Giblin will bring to the position of Supreme Court Justice the proper dignity it so truly demands. He will, as well, combat the trend toward financial extravagance, inevitably a burden on the shoulders of Florida taxpayers, which is now being con:emplated. The salary Judge Giblin will receive as Supreme Court Justice is S2.000 a year less than his current S14.500 wage; yet, he has eagerly accepted the challenae of the higher position. Certainly, this is an indication of his metal. IN HUMANITY'S NAME — Previously, Judge Giblin earned the support of the Dade County and Florida Bar Associations. More and more during the past weeks, and even during the past few days, local groups have issued resolutions endorsing him. Now, we here Grand Jury Investigation A mixture of dead silence and vacrue %  of investigation followed last year's s er m rages against synagogues, churches andV housing development here, as well as th of a prominent Negro leader in Minis'p" It is heartening to note that at l on a Grand Jury inquiry is under way i n Miam the blessing ol Federal authorities. Thus fa 40 witnesses, including 12 alleged me the Ku Klux Klan, have appeared for gui Of course, we are concerned with Am hension of the terrorists. More so, howiw? we regard as significant the gesture ol uj ial action against the encroachment T liberties. Should the Grand Jury uncover the soura last year's terrorism, then we will have CKM long way toward solidifying the appoint! made over the decades in the field of humca! lations. But even if the inguiry fails to the culprits, we will be informing them, they are, that such outrages can not be to]] by law-abiding citizens. The process of investigation, of itself, ha least allayed some of our fears regardina i ica's traditional concern for the dignity of jg pie and their right to worship as they at the Jewish Floridian urge the Greater community to support Judge Giblin. In the past, our editorial practice has btt%\ encourage residents here to exercise their i to vote during political campaigns. We feel that it is time for Dade Cou represented on the State Supreme Court! We urge our readers to support Judge VI C. Giblin for election on October 14th. Mapai Party Breaks Talks With General Negotiate with Zionists For Broadening Coalition Jews 0n c,a ms f Continued from Page 1) groups who walked out of the c alition. But. he added, the General Zionist Party had agreed to the talks because it could not pass up any opportunity to work cut a program which would improve conditions in Israel. Dr. Bernstein's letter to the Premier charged that when he c-.tempted to pin the Premier down to definite proposals on which the General Zionist Party I would enter the Cabinet, the Premier refused to commit himself, and "the General Zionists saw the door to widening the coalition dosed." Dr. Bernstein asserted that though his party felt that "administrative centralization of trade unions, economic enterprises, and social, cultural and educational institutions under one political direction" would not ease the tasks of the State, it had undertaken the coalition talks on the expectation that a broadened government base would guarantee "equality" of all forms of enterprise and would thus eliminate the "negative aspects of centralization." Meanwhile, Premier David Ben-Gurion has pledged to reply to Dr. Bernstein's letter and is reported hard at work on a draft. He is also expected to address a meeting of the Progressive Party's Central Council. The party, which has started listing its conditions for joining the government coalition, is said to be waiting for the Premier's speech before concluding work on its program. Earlier, the council of the General Zionist Party, second largest group in the Israel Parliament, had authorized its leader, Dr. Peretz Bernstein, to enter into negotiations with Premier David Ben-Gurion for General Zionist entrance into the Government coalition, provided that Mr. BenGurion make a specific offer to the General Zionists. A spokesman for the party said that the Premier had had three meetings with Dr. Bernstein since the "crisis" precipitated by the resignation of the Agudists from the Government coalition and Cabinet. These meetings, he said, had been devoted to general aspects of the problems confronting (Continued from Page 1) ganizations. I believe that a proper way will be found. now I wish to draw attention to the fact that it was easier for the pfi-u> ui ine prooiems conironting ""-' *"•' %  c lcl *" c the Jewish State, but no concrete ; German Government to settle the suggestions had been presented. ; Jewish reparations problems beGeneral Zionists properly remaincause the entire income from the ed skeptical over chances of special Nazi taxes imposed on the agreement being reached so long as the Premier persisted in "unJews has remained in Germany. Dr. Figl said that Austria had realistic" offers on cabinent posts not received the property taken to be given the General Zionists. In negotiations preceding formation of the present cabinet, the General Zionists had demanded the portfolios of Treasury, Trade and Industry, Education and Communications. Previously, Mr. Ben Gurion met with Minister of the Interior Moshe Shapira, leader of the Mizrachi. Workers' Party, which has been seeking a compromise to heal the split in the Religious Bloc. No concrete proposals resulted from this session, and further meetings are to be held. Meanwhile, the Government faced further attack on its educational policies. The central committee of the General Zionist Party decided to call on Speaker Joseph Sprinzak to convene Parliament for immediate discussion of the Government decision to I transfer the teachers seminary at Beth Hakerem from the General Zionist to the joint control of the Government and Hebrew University. Parliament is now in recess and is not due to reconvene until next month. The transfer would remove the seminary from the General Zionfrom the Jews but nevertheless had displayed its good-will by concluding a credit agreement with Israel "which we could not easily afford." He described this as a sacrifice to establish good relations with Israel. He urged the Jewish organizations to have confidence and reminded them that he had been a Nazi prisoner in Dachau along with the present leader of the Vienna Jewish community. He said that Austria did not wish to enrich itself at the expense of others but said, "we can only return property which is still available, like businesses, real estate and dwellings but no money or jewelry which disappeared." He stressed the need for disposition of heirless property, without other organizations rising later to claim the same property and warmly welcomed the uniting of the four Jewish bodies to deal with the problem. Powerful opposition to restitution was voiced by Vice Chancellor Adolf Schaerf, head of the Social-Democratic Party, and "strong-man" in the coalition government. In an hour-long interUJA Plans National Leadership Mi Cash Campaign Sets 535,000,000 Goal NEW YORK — With little more than one week left before an extradordinary two-day Nathe United Jewish Appeal opens tional Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., Jack D. Weiler, of New York, chairman of the UJA's three-month nation-wide drive to raise $35,000,000 in cash, this week urged communities throughout the country to implement a special three-point plan designed to produce immediate dollar proceeds for presentation to the Appeal on the weekend of October 18th and 19th, at Conference sessions in the Shoreham Hotel. Weiler, in a piea that followed an emergency meeting last week in New York of UJA's top level National Campaign Cabinet, called upon chairmen and executive boards of local drives to (1) stage full-scale local cash collection efforts, (2) secure immediate largescale bank loans, and (3) seek commitments and payment now of pledges that would ordinarily be solicited after the first of January. Weiler declared that "this extraordinary effort by the United Jewish Appeal has these two crucial aims: (1) to help the State of Israel meet the winter ist educational "trend" and make v ^ w th the JTAh 7* SXS it a "non-trend" government in| JS obiertiow tl\ T, "V?"* stitution. According to the GenI a^eemS Z ruL r est tuUon eral Zionists, this action is in vioI c, p T e Tn v Ila^m, h i ,'" ""' lation of the agreement reached I by Israel a8ainst last year between Premier DavidBen-Gurion and the religious group to continue the status quo in educational policies. Dr. Benzion Dinaburg, Minister of Education, told a press conference that from a formal and legal viewpoint, the seminary comes within the purview of the State as do all other seminaries. The Government, he said, was not usurping the property of the General Zionists or of anyone else. Austria, barred restitution for money and valuables confiscated from Jews by the Nazis or for confiscated bank accounts, excluded claims based on property m the Soviet zone of Austria and the Leopoldtadt district of Vienna, barred from claims as Jewish, heirless property of Jews who had renounced membership m the Jewish community or had entered into mixed marriages and SLASL re titut,on Payments should be made only to the Austrian Jewish community. Revise Insurance Rates Downward State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner J. Edwin Larson late last week announced a readjustment of fire insurance rates in Florida effective November 1 1952. Larson said "the adjustment is the result of a year's study of fire insurance rates by the Insurance Department with the cooperation of the Florida Inspection and Rating Bureau and will effect a net annual saving to Florida policyholders of approximately $2,000,000." In announcing the latest fire rate adjustment. Larson pointed to the fact that during the past five years the rates have" been n'il ed by approximately $3,000.000 which, when added to this adjustment, represent a total saving of $5,000,000 annually to Florida policyholders. relief needs of 245.000 dq immigrants now living in urthitl ed tents and shacks, and <%T help Israel greatly expand id cultural production thereby haj ing continued expenditure oil dollar resources for the in of food." The noted New York bu and realty figure, who weeks ago met in Jerusalem i Prime Minister David Ben-GI ion prior to accepting leadenafI of the UJA's nationwide all campaign, noted that swift w| nition of these aims in sewjl communities has already troop"! encouraging results. The National Cash ChairaaJ in calling attention to nert w*| end's Leadership Conference, J nounced that the Saturday eJ ing and Sunday sessions wouldal addressed by outstanding fiptfl in American and Israel aflBJI among them Oved Ben-AM founder and Mayor of Nathw Israel; Abba S. Eban. Israel Al bassador to the United SUM George Jesscl, who returned*] ently from a special UJA mu"| to Israel; UJA General Chai ~\ Edward MM. Warburg and* j ers. ••JewistntrMkiti Published evsry Friday •'"*•_ | •y Ths Jewisn Floridian it l I Sixth street. Miami 1i, ^ n */il tsrsd as sseond-daae mart*' *JJ % %  i§30, at ths Post owe* •' *\ Urn., under ths Act of Mi ** Th Jewish Floridian Mi •"" • Jewish Unity and We -, Weekly. 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OCTOBER 10. 1952 +*Jewist Fhridlian PAGE 7 of hf, Women \tlnup Drive iR'nai B'rith Women %  Sties will continue their Drive with a lunchhome of Mrs. Max 'on Tuesday, October i.( \\*>dnvsdnu Klein, president of the MiY'ung Adults, announced |trc group's next meeting k beld on Wednesday, Oc15;:. 8:30 p.m.. in the Social ^f the Miami Beach Jewish > rt business meeting will ac a game and quiz pro[ to be conducted by Claire program chairman, and Niditch, membership chair:go Court Opens On Monday lingo Court No. 12, Order Amaranth, will hold its meeting of the Fall season today, October 13th, 8 p.m., [Lenox Avenue. Royal MatSol Meringoff will preman of the Program Committee, Town Branch Nursery School PTA of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, announces that her group plans a series of monthly meetings for the next six months which relate to parental problems. The series will include discussions of daily behavior of children and seasonal programs which will help parents better to understand holidays and seasons. The November meeting will be devoted to a discussion of, What Our Nursery School Can Do For The Jewish Child. Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker that evening. Louis Schwartzman, executive Zamora Sisters Play Host To Marines Here The Sisterhood of the Zamora Jewish Center held a Sukkoth Festival dinner last Sunday. Six guest Marines from Opa Locka were honored. They included Don Burns, pianist, Burt Mertzell, Art Simons, Cal Tropper and Hal Mason. Wednesday, the Sisterhood held its monthly meeting under the chairmanship of Mrs. Dare Matter. Gebiner On Variety Hour Benjamin Gebiner, assistant general secretary of the Workmen's Circle and New York Yiddish radio commentator, will appear on Jacob Schachter's Variety Hour, Sunday, October 12th, 2 p.m., over station WMBM. cember meeting, together with a group of experts, presenting a special workshop on th e Chanuka Festival. Significance of the Holiday will be fully explained, and parents will learn of the many ways in which they can make the holiday more meaningful to their children. Mrs. Paula Selinsky will be principal speaker at the January meeting, when she will discuss pertinent problems relating to parent-child relationship. Mrs. Selinsky is the wife of Dr. Herman Selinsky, Miami psychoanalyst, and lay analyst specializing in the treatment of children. The February meeting will be devoted to a discussion on, The Healthy Child, in which the participants will be Drs. Erna Klass, pediatrician: Arthur Sokolow, dentist; and Margaret Robins, psychologist. Subsequent programs are scheduled to deal with a Holiday Workshop on Passover, with Schwartzman; a roundtable discussion on Everyday Problems Of Raising Children; and a final meeting conducted by Mrs. Clement Sievers, of the Silver Bluff School, in which will be discussed methods of helping the child coming from nursery school to make adjustments before entering the first grade in public school. Peretz School Fetes Simchas Torah Here A Simchas Torah celebration will be held at the Workmen's Circle Peretz School, 1545 SW 3rd Street, on Sunday, October 12th, 8 p.m. Principal L. Lasavin will speak on the significance of the holiday. A party for children and their friends will take place Sunday morning at 10 a.m. 1TURN JUSTICE HARRIS DREW Brandeis Chapter Starts Series Of Teas Here Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, membership chairman of the Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress, said early this week that the first in a series of monthly membership teas will be held at the home of Mrs. David Elkin, 1045 Fairway Drive, Miami Beach, on Wednesday, October 15th, 1 p.m. To The Florida SUPREME COURT fPECIAL PRIMARY ICT. 14, 1952 Political Adv. Authorized by _Cmp t i S n Treeturer Vet WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Horn D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all othar detail, arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NI0HT8, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAY* TACK 4 JILL CATERERS N W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. ... of it... i HEINZ BAKES BEANS BETTER. Here are beans as they ought to be... oven-baked till each morsel is tender, mellow and nut sweet. 'They're strictly Kosher and strictly vegetarian! Look on the front of the label for the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.-1 HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS



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.J I MGE8 +Jeistrk>rkliain _FRIDAY,O CTO Bn 10. S/uVi/# 1 HELEN ALPERT Proue.it Man of the Week — and so rightfully! — is Dr. Paul Beck, the only musician and voice-coach from Grafter Miami who has a lead-feature article in the new book. "Music and Dance in the Southeastern Slates" edited by Sigmund Spaeth. This is the tome so eagerly awaited here 2nd just a few days ego finaily off the press. Last w ; nter. Spaeth was around to eMCB. verify and do some of his famous sleuthing. The survey embrace* Florida. Georgia. Maryland. North end South Carolina. West Virginia and D.C. I was happy to welcome Dr. Beck with lb* rook, for otherwise I wouldn't have managed to get eyes on it for months. It's a scrt of "exclusive" dedicated to the esoteric, and was fish in Dr. Beck's mail that day. Of course. Dr. Beck's article concerned ileelf with "The Problems of a Vocal Education". You recall Dr. Beck as having staged local teevee's first opera. "Ksnsel and Gretel". He was Cantor at the former Tempje Isaiah end since May has been conducting Wednesday afternoon chairs lor the News Round-Up. WTVJ was wonderful, says he: without a word to him. they snuk off and stole fine tree branches for his wcodsy settings. Next enterprise he craves is to.,prodjJ* "Don Gicvanni". Incidentally. William Pcarlman lists throe Gre*Ur* .M:ahu names on the Honorary Editorial Board for Florida, in this He\v rxxlK: John Bit < r. Ruth Biotman ar.d Alexander Bloch. OUT FRONT: THE COUNCIL: First "straw vote" in the area fluttered up. as you know, at the perky luncheon of the Greater Miami Section* Council of Jewish Wcmen. A political line-up saw sopranos delivering powerful banal at arguments for Ike. Stevenson. Nixon and Sparkman. In a stroke of brilliant showmanship. Mrs. Martin Samuels bed been picked to speech for Sparkman. WelL suh. Mrs. Samuels originally stems from Columbia. S.C and is a beautiful stem at that. She's Sylvia Friedman's sister. I read the newspaper accounts, but greiifiedly saw no one mentioning the riotous reac:icn La Samuels quietly provoked. She'd opened with a broad southern. "Ah must say ah expected that question" — and for a stunned moment, her audience grappled then giggled with the surprising burlesque Solid glow she was. thuddin' away at civil rights, the Negro. Fair Employment Practices and Misiuh Nixon. Clever, also, was Sylvia Chertkof as Stevenson. Mrs. D. F. (Eiser.'r wen Breslauer and Mrs. David (Nixon) Catsman. We the !e posed nifties at them through Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and Mrs. Harold Rand Someone's bound to pull the old chestnut — fa: ".he Council of Jewish Women goes, so goes the Nation — so for ble political history, let's fix it here, fast: the Stevenson-Spaikticket avalanched into office last Wednesday on a smashing 121 to 71. Four keen voters who'd gravitated together at one table were 'Council members Mrs. William Wickman. Mrs. William Steinman, Mrs. Robert Litowitz and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg. all doctors' wives. Mrs. Wickman was also drum-beating for her Temple Israel Couples Limited and its drama-for-funds Oct. 13th through 16th. in Kaplan Hall. Be seeing some of you there? I had an exciting talk with Mrs Saul Herman, who always looks like something special. She that their talented Vicki has just written from Syracuse Univ-. :stty that by gosh, she's heading straight into law, not professional ailet. This confirms Mrs. Herman's deepest desire. She didn't stress it — you know how we all talk: we want our kids to '•'-.-. happy', pick what they love etc. — but she hoped for a Portia. Instantly I thought of the pun — those portias of food she and Saul serve at the Shelborne fulfill all hopes — but I didn't dare. I ean, all my puns get the most awful groans! So I'm pulling it off where nobody can stop rr.e because I'm all alone— ... At our press table, Barbara Steiner was hostess, in a handt-.-.e large black velvet hat. The table had the pleasant feel of Council's last session in May (?) with Pat Fine busily making notes. •*ai wore an amusing combine: a red polka-dotted veil and red -. -:a-dot gloves. Gal we missed was Mrs. David Kwsh, maidless £.-.;: unable to attend. Just about the time we got to talking about Jul.et Oshlag and how she's doing in Memphis, Mrs. Myers read a wire from her conveying best wishes to the u&# presidents. One ifuen w hat she's doing in Memphis. ip. Council of Jewish Womtr. .vork. And Dorothy seems to have a job. applying the psychology irn the U. of Miami •PEOPLE AND NEWS: M*%.. FAST MEMOS are rushing around all over this typewriter* A :al nod to Louis Kantor and his Martha and Joe. Thanks for > ar thoughts! Lou does sensational programing for his Hotel Greeters Fast pace being paced by Ethel Shapiro. She's kinderE.'.en teacher at the Unitarians in the mornings, but an hardly t-:n off the dial when Sam Gyson's talking. She plans, some of those r night confabs for him From her I hear that rfelPn t.ee Bar11 s teaching ceramics there Margaret Ben Yomen'st new hairdo had me doing a double-take to make certain it's she. She's enthusiastic about producing the "Mikado" and warmly invites all >c. ngsters — aged 11 to 16 — to come into the cast. Just telephone 5--J428 ... Rcyna Ullman Youngerman phoned just as I was winding up fbe column, with news so vital I promptly kicked out a last paragraph in order to carry it. She's chairman of the Beach's National Art Week — always held Nov. I 7 — and urges every Beach artist to send work. Sculpture, paintings, black-and-white, ceramics. One idea is to stege a Fifth Ave. of Art on Lincoln Road. Max Drossin is the key man at the phone: 5-5256 Commilleenembers, prior to the larger auxiliary set-up. are Drossin. Tony Loeb. Herman Binder. Mrs. Russell Pancoast. and California collector Bernard Wyre. Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS at BABY CLOTHES 2111 N.W. 10th Awmu. Phon 9 5M3 17 YEARS SERVICE TO GREATER MIAMI Mrs. Alexander Libow (loft), president of the Miami Beach Diviaion. Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin fright), president of the Miami Division, are congratulated by Mrs. Irving Lehrman upon their installation to office. Installation of the new officers was held at Council's opening meeting Wednesday in the Delano Hotel Mrs. Gootman Tells Audrey's Betrothal The engagement of her daughter, Audrey Elaine, to Airmen 3-c Robert S. Foster. USAF. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Foster, Willimantic, Connecticut, was announced by Mrs. Mary Gootman. 717 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, early this week. The bride-elect's father is the late Abraham Gootman. She is a senior at the University of MiRabbi Gross Is Honored At Meet Hebrew Academy Room Mothers yesterday held their first meeting of the school year at the home of their chairman, | Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Roy' al Palm Avenue, Miami Beach. i Honored was Rabbi Alexander i S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew i Academy. Rabbi Gross addressed i the meeting on the philosophy, I program and objectives of the school. A special feature was the showing of a film entitled Bringing Th e World Into The School. Wolfson, Sterling Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. A w i. Brooklyn, New York Z """-I nounced th e engage,^"" daughter, ClonlTs'T. Sterling, son of Mr ,„, 5* J Wolfson, 2220 SW lej ftj Miami. l *x*B Miss Wolfson is a teap v the Ne W York Citv P,,M, TI System. She ><\^** Hunter College and 5 n dUat M studying for the uj^ Mr. Sterling was a mm Z] the staff of the MianTM Community Center S e H uating from the Universih Q ?S ami. he returned to K*M Otv who e he ls pr e S en^ >ng for the Master's degree SS New York School of so^a Columbia University. ""I The couple plan to be marj in New York in DrcembeT* Kahn, Seltzer To Wed January 25th Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn.1 Royal Palm Avenue MiaBeach, announce the engagej of their daughter, Shirley to J Bernard Seltzer, son of Mr Jl Mrs. Harry Seltzer, 1557 MM3 ian Avenue. The bride-elect graduated t Miami Beach High School %  the University of Miami. Sal a member of Miami Beach Vsl ada and a former resident i Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. Seltzer, formerly of, York, attended Manhattan Ad ation High School and sen two years in th e Navy. Hei is a Masada member. The wedding will take pbj on January 25th. Golda Myerson Chb Pioneer Women, Golda Mr son Club, will meet on Tue October 14th, 8:15 p.m., at 1 gregation Beth El. Miss Audrpy Gootman ami, where she is a member of Delta Theta Mu, liberal arts honorary, and the Chemistry Honors Society. Airman Foster is stationed in Greenland. No date has been set for the wedding. Sclerosis Group Meets The Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association met Sunday afternoon at the Roosevelt School, with Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, head of the Association's Medical Advisory Board, as principal speakGoing Formal? at low as 4% latrMt MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. Security Bldg. Ph. 9-3435 A T T EXT MO X SUPER MARKETS — DELICATESSENS — CATERERS Home-Made Fruit Strudle Mad* of Al) Kinds of Fruit • MIDGET BAGELS • KICHELS • MACAR00W| • BUTTER COOKIES AND OTHER ITEMS In Cellophane Bags On Consignment All Provtd To Bt Fast SeUan | For a Trial Call BALIN'S BAKERY 1094 S.W. 27lh AVENUE PHOHE 4S-91MI J the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •rei. U.S. pat. off. 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Lv PCTOBER 10, 1952 kwitti rhrHitr Betrothal Of iMiss Dorothy Pepper L f Markinson; Bride Native Miami L 1 Mrs. Morris Pepper, of 1833 SW 17th Street, r ';', e engagement of their daughter, Dorothy, to | ir .. -,, son of Mrs. V ;mson and Le Mr. Abraham I New York. L | per. a naf, vi. Krad,>i Senior .. ; and at1 University [,!. | She hns in B'nai ,i Unit of Mssah and C, .! Gables ig Adult Group. •; .;nson, forMew York, [a;i;i from Texas and served in i, Air Corps I tars. I. ttended the • tute of De%  n New York and Tthr present opbg the Eveready E i : Sales Co. imi Beach. wedding will Iplacc December Lt Beth El Confcion n Miami. Miss Dorothy Pepper PAGE 9 To an Miami, Irving |h El Sisters To Begin Book Series h'gregation Beth El SisterIwill inaugurate a series of Reviews at a Desert LunchChcduled for Tuesday afterOrtber 23th, 12:30 p.m. ncipel speaker will be Dr. Shmarahu TSwirsky, Beth El spiritual leader. Mrs. George Solinger will act as hostess. The review is scheduled as a tribute to Jewish Book Month here. Nefeer 2io ]$t 3fovgotten In Memory of a very Kind and Gentle I Lcdy — a wonderful Wife and Mother, a great communal (vorker, and a Friend to All. DORR GERTRUDE AUGUST October 7th, 1947 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks have moved to their new home at 4351 SW 5th Street. ft ft ft The week-end trip of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein was interrupted in Havana by illness. Mr. Clein has been confined to his bed for the past week. Mr. and Mrs..Sidney Raskin accompanied the Cleins to Cuba. %  ft tr ft Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisensfin. of 735 14lh Place, Miami Beach, are currently vacationing in Euroope. Their travels have already included visits to France and Switzerland. They will also mak? stops in Italy and Israel before returning here. ft ft ft Mrs. William Loeb, of 1937 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, has gone to New York for a fourweek stay. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, of 5736 SW 9th Terrace, Miami, flew to Washington and New York, where they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with their children, Mrs. Irene Chait and Paul M. Greene. Also celebrating with them was Mrs. Sylvia Mayer, of Brooklyn, New York, Mrs. Greene's mother. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer, of 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, are off for a fivemonth tour of Europe and Israel. ft ft ft Just returned home from visiting their children in Cleveland, Ohio, are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1120 SW 13th Court, Miami. ft ft ft Mrs. George Solinger, of 1521 SW 6th Street, Miami, will be hostess to the Beth El Academy Sisterhood on October 28th, in honor of her grandson, Donald Rothenberg, who will soon be Bar Mitzvah. Donald is son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rothenberg, Fall River, Massachusetts. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Malek have returned to Miami Beach following an extended vacation in New York. Mr. Malek is associated with the law firm of Kaplan, Dietz and Lasky. Balkin To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, will participate in a conference held by the Council of Church Women In The South in Jacksonville on Wednesday, October 15th. Mr. Balkin is slated to discuss and suggest projects for social action programs to advance good human relations. Membeis of the beth Dcvia Sisterhood who will participate in a skit entitled. Sisterhood Gaieties, are Heft to right) ths M'asdame* Harold S. Kaufman. Max Handshu. Phil Abrams. Jules Weiss, Harry August. Isadore Berman and Albert E. Levine. Beth David Sisterhood Holds 32nd Annual Member Tea; Presents Skit Mrs. Harry Laufer, president of the Beth David Sisterhood, announces the group's 37th Annual Membership Tea on Wednesday, October 15th, 1 p.m., at the Synagogue. Members and their guests, after being greeted at the door by Mrs. Max Bergman, membership chairman, and Mrs. Frank Rose, chairman of the day, will hear a message of welcome by Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David spiritual leader. A skit, Sisterhood Gaieties, will be presented under the d'rection of Mrs. Phil Abrams and to the piano accompaniment of Mrs. Harold Berney. Club Chatterbox will be portrayed by Mrs. Meyer Forer. Mrs. Fred Sandier will be Frivolous Sal, with Tillie The Traveler, enacted by Mrs. M. A Kleiman. Other caricatures will be Intellectual Etta, by Mrs. Isadore Bakst: Aloof, by Mrs. David E. Parnes; Critizing Cora, by Mrs. Martin White; and Bagel Baking Becky, by Mrs. Nathan Davidow. 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rAGE 10 9-Je^istDcridian FRIDAY. O CTQBFP i 0 Beth Sholom Group Open Season Th Hi of th. It Bit:Shv'lor: S 4 ardiac 4'hapler To Neel Tmemtmy T:.t M'-ann Chapter, at t< National Children's Cardiac Home. I GMJCC Opens Membership Drive With Breakfast October 26; To Show Activities The Greater Miami Jewish October 14th. Community Center Membership od will be at a gala U .; West Flalei Drive w.:i --pen with I series of demonstrations will be held designed to present to Miami residents a complete picture p Tea or. V. '. J f> sv.. I : Mrs Menus Bertnan, fast Meeting on Sunday. October Mth, according to an announcement early this week by Leo ,,< mj peak Shiincr. chairman. it For Us. All GMJCC Bottfd M 4 mbe !" tnd campaign workers will be 18th. will present at '-he meeting, Sheiner aid. Aspects of the Membership Drive will be discussed at that time, with guesl speakers sched-eS. Sheiner said thai the campaign to inert membership of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be augmented by Captains devoted to and NOTICE UNDER F| CT Tl „ NAVE LAW T1T| U| NOTICE is HKKKiVv th. ..,.d,n.|„..,.t. i"^.?'VftII TROPICAL 1.1 N w am %  to rwfarter aald i ,tw *fl Miami To Be Represented At ORT Convention /, IS/1S-17-M-S] f', U;l '-V BTStt ROB1 NOTICE BY IN THE ELEVENTH ": 0 I ng i i n %  Suss ni Ctossajv-. GR1 %  >..:: : :• nd th %  also call Confor g, n of the In N<.V,': -; City PoUowii w '^f the V.' ;: '• n Membership Drive, old and new : %  %  %  GMJCC :will be feted M <'n th,, n Open H' Starting with the October 26th duled to con.d n the State of tinue for a two-week period, a -ally A ge Group wil Anr ver Sholeiti Lodge Hears R< Fisher, Good mark %  : "• n : %  % %  %  = %  Julius F iher, secretary of Dis..:.agencies ana schools N 5 of Bnaj B rith and CE BY POBLlCATi^ C.RCUiT COURTIS" TH JUDICIAL nor,,Jl FLORIDA IN ANS >oi %t'l*> COUNTY. IN CHANCER"v SE No. 1535a tHY %  :KM:ST K. .,:.;,,-„ ;iinW( %  KARIR KOBROt-K : rtendaa. SUIT FOR OlVORfr TO: MARIE K. .BR.., .< CE lou :,r -' h • | •>,., J %  f romp. n. r, £,'3 Ml.. I ., Hiirl Leo Sheiner of GMJCC activities. The Golden :-:... A: North and Goodmark. Florida State Latin Ameraa and in the Near president o( B n at B'nth. will be ere d,slocat guest speakers at the meeting privileged Jews ref Sho om ^^^ No 1024 Bna i ged a proceive technical training and up, B rith on Thursdav evening. Oc%  %  %  %  •• lmmi ra tober 16th. 8 p.m.. in the Bay' ; IsraeL view Room of the McAllister Ho-.•-. t Represented at the Convention in N .. V rk wil] be some 30.000 v :• ibers in 151 chapters and 18 shi dnve wlJ1 ^ dlscUSSld and „ : %  .. r.s by their oOO delegates^ detaiU for he fund ralsing af : -Irv-A^; — -nt will be delegates of fair on November 9th. at the Five ...... ORT affiliates, withitheir aggreoclock club will be outlmed Baum. Sate of another 80.000 memo. %  :1 Hold Joint Luncheon since the OcThe Dora Stem Sisterhood and meeting at that time. Other activities open to the community for demonstration are a special basketball game and clinic, a teen age dance and young adult social affairs. %  of the i : '' "' 2 %  'all h.lLmm I .,. thr Flill Of Con *' IHINK AM' v Fl..rl• !••> M PEWB t> '".-rk 1S/1S-17-MPlans for the current memberI WANT MY MILK Bfn ed a 32 percent increase I I •' ng S %  :. B %  : "7 nder the 1 Leahy To Head itiixini'Ms Iturrau artagvr of the newly-aed M:a.-r.. Beach B*:ter B^s:--.!• B-: tat was r*1 this wed lulej Gil%  said thai i ftcU-4 :' : •..-.--• as tijeer. ;vc opi Beach Parcau ofat '.CiOC' Lincoln Road. 1950 C^r.:-.:. will disthe PTA of the Israelite Center Kpansj n. are sponsoring a Luncheon and Card Party at the Center on Flagler PTA Meets Tuesday. October 21st. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Buck Silverman is TA of the chairman. h %  %  • %  '. 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5AY. OCTOBER 10. 1952 +Jewist TkrftMBm PAGE II IELIGIOUS DIRECTORY 'WArf'WWWWW\tf< kETH TFILAH Congregation hold Hoshana Rabba servthis morning at 7 a.m. Evenservices will be at 5:45 p.m. fcmini Azereth services are •Willed for Saturday morning a m, with Yizkor at 10 a.m. bbi Joseph Rackovsky will disSpiritual Visitors. At 5 there will be a Farewell kkah Party, with Hakofos Ujng at 6:45 p.m. Services Uay will be at 8 a.m. Daily Vices are at 7:30 a.m., and at p.m. IjOUNG ISRAEL SYNA%  GUE will hold Hoshana Rabba Cjces Friday morning at 7:30 [. Shemini Azereth services f at 6:30 p.m. Saturday mornjrices are scheduled for 9 a.m., yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Sim[ Torah will be at 6 p.m. Sunmorning services are at 9 %  EBREW ACADEMY will conI Hoshana Rabba services Frimorning at 7:30 a.m. Evenservices are scheduled for I p.m. Shemini Azereth servr will be Saturday morning i:30 a m. Yizkor is at 10:30 [, with Rabbi Alexander discussing: The Joy Of Eng. Mincha will be at 5:30 |, followed by a Simchas TorParty. Sunday morning servi are at 8:30 a.m. Daily serv, are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:30 ETH EL Congregation will Shemini Azereth services |ay at sundown. Saturday ning services are scheduled §8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be at a.m., with Dr. Shmaryahu }wirsky discussing: The SadiWord In The Human VocabSimchas Torah will be lirday evening at 6:30 p.m., (Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. lofoth are scheduled for both lices. Junior Congregation pices will be observed both in the Academy Hall. CanIWillinm Wolf will chant the fgy at all services. • • • IAVAS ISRAEL SYNA3UE will hold Friday evenShemini Azereth services at I p.m. Saturday morning servwill be at 9 a.m. Yizkor will at 11 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac delivering the memorial Jices. Simchas Torah will be p.m. Sunday morning servare a t 9 a.m. • • • EMPLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at Ipm., with Rabbi Leon Kron%  discussing: The Translations Torah. An Oneg Shabbat will Pw with Mr. and Mrs. Jack pan and Mr. and Mrs. Max Iz as guests of honor. Sat^v services will be at 10:45 with Yizkor scheduled at tune. The Simchas Torah Pfos will be at 7:15 p.m. CanSamuel Samuel Kelemer will Per the musical portions of fcrvices. • • • f AMI BEACH Jewish Center I nld Hoshana Rabba services ay morning at 8 a.m. SheAzereth is scheduled for ay evening at 6 p.m. Saturn-ices will begin at 9 a.m., Yizkor at 10:15 a.m. Rabbi H Lehrman wilj discuss: If 'get Thee O Jerusalem. SimIorah will be ushered in at Sur "day morning services P 9 a.m. Cantor David Silpan will chant the liturgy at "Vices. • • [>RAL GABLES Jewish Cenviil observe Hoshana Rabba tin y m rnng at 8 a.m. kht A o Creth services will be L c a 1 8:15 P-m., when Rabbi lw ? discu sses: The Jewfmphasis on Study. The An^imchas Torah Parade and *"' be on Saturday evenDart?'' W th adulU and child PWcipating. Guests of the First Methodist Church will visit the Center Sukkah on Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m. Fruits and vegetables will then be distributed to local hospitals. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will conduct Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo Heim officiating. Norman Lyons, Miami attorney, will discuss: The American Jewry. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with the Bible Class participating. Yizkor will be at 10:30 a.m., when Reverend Heim discusses: Why Yizkor On A JoyAil Holiday? Simchas Torah will be celebrated at 8 p.m., Saturday evening. Sunday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL Northside Center will hold Sukkoth services on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Yizkor will be at 10 a.m. Simchas Torah, with children participating, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Sunday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will combine its Sabbath eve service and the concluding day of the Feast of Tabernacles tonight at 7:30 p.m. A part of the ritual will include the Simchas Torah Procession, in which children and adults will participate. Officiating will be Rabbi Joseph R. Narot and Cantor Bornstein. On Saturday morning, 11 a.m., the concluding day of the Sukkoth service will include Yizkor. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will usher in the concluding days of the Festival of Tabernacles during Friday services tonight at sundown. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m., with Yizkor scheduled for 10:30 am. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate! Subject of a discourse to be delivered by the Rabbi is: Are We A Defeated Generation. Simchas Torah will be observed Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m. A special procession with students participating will be held on Sunday morning, following services at 9 a.m. Floral offerings will be by Nathan Alexander and family in memory of their wife and mother. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold closing services for the Sukkoth Festival tonight at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss: Our Bonds With Israel. Simchas Torah services will be at 6:30 p.m., with children participating under the direction of Benjamin Kamcnitzky and members of the Congregation Sisterhood. Sunday services will be at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of all services. • • • NORTH SHORE Jewish Center will usher in Friday evening Shemini Azereth services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8:45 a.m., with Yizkor at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will discuss: Compassion And Remembrance. Simchas Torah Children's Procession will be at 6:15 p.m. Sunday morning services are at 8:45 a.m., with a Consecration service at 10:30 a.m. Cantor Edward Klein will chant at all services. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Hoshana Rabba services Frioay morning at 8:30 a.m., with visiting Rabbi Aryiah Becker officiating. Evening services will be at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 8 a.m., when Rabbi Becker will discuss: Israel's Sacrifices For The Benefit Of The World. Yizkor is at 10:30 a.m. Reverend Cantor B. Cooper will chant. Mincha is at 5/p.m., with Hakofoth at 7 p.m. Sunday morning Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Ahavai lirael— Rahhi Isaac Kver, orthodox, :,LT, rsih Bt., Miami Beach. Beth David — Rabbi Max Bhaplro, < onwrvatlve, 262.', SW ;|! rthodox. 135 NW Srd Ave., Miami. Flagler-Granada—.",0 NW Jlst Tlace, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander (irosn, Orthodox. 918 6th St., M.B. Hialeah-Miami Spring* — Reverend Irf-o Helm, 931 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Hollywood—Rabbi Jacob Honix. Conservative. 2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Iiraelite Center — Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th Ter.. Miami. Kneeeth Israel—Rabbi Abraham Cassel. Orthodox, 141S Euclid Ave., Miami Heach. Miami Beach—Rabbi Irving Tl Simon April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave., Miami.' North Dade—Rabbi Harry F.MinRer, Conservative, 13630 VV. Dixie Highway, North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Conservative. 620 75th St.. Miami Peach. Temple liirael—Dr. Joseph Narot, Reform. 137 NK ll'th St.. Miami. Tifereth Israel — 6500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. West Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Conservative, .',720 SW 17th St.. Miami. Young Israel — Orlhdox, 4001 Chase AT., Miami Beaoh. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Cables. ROSED ALE ftt**m**t •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING ROOM •AIR CONDITIONED 170 N.W. 5th ST. • P R E E PARKING PHONE 2-9814 Hermes Hebrew Type Typewriters Large and Small Portables Ohmer Cash Registers, Speed-oPrint Duplicators, Victor Adding Machines, R. C. Allen Typewriters, Master Addressers, F. A E. Checkwriters, Rex Rotary DADE TYPEWRITEB CO. Sales %  Repairs Supplies 167-71 N.E. 2nd Street Miami, Florida Phone 3-5335 Simchas Torah services are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Hakofoth at 10 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Hoshana Rabba services Friday morning at 8 a.m., and Shemini Azereth at 8 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. A. Honig, in celebration of the birth of their first grandchild, Linda Rose. Shemini Azereth services will be continued Saturday morning at 9 a.m., and will include Yizkor at 10:30 a.m.. with Mincha following at 5 p.m. Simchas Torah services will beat 7 p.m., followed by a Children's Torah Party at 8 p.m. Sunday services are at 9 a.m., with Mincha at 5 p.m. • • • WEST MIAMI Jewish Center will observe the concluding days of the Sukkoth Festival with Hoshana Rabba services this morning at 7 a.m. Shemini Atsereth services will be tonight at 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate during Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Yizkor is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Afternoon services will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Simchas Torah, with children participating. Sunday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., when Rabbi Waxman will discuss: Significance Of Simchas Torah. • • FLAGLER-GRANADA Jewish Community Center will hold Sabbath morning services at 9 a.m., with Sunday morning and holiday services scheduled for 8 a.m. Simchas Torah will be celebrated on Saturday evening at 6 p.m., and Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOLAND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Shemini Azereth services are scheduled for Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be' at 10:30 a.m. Mincha and Maariv will be at 5:45 p.m., followed by Simchas Torah at 8 p.m. Sunday services are at 8:30 a.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Hoshana Rabba services Friday morning at 8 a.m. Evening services will be at 6 p.m. Shemini Azereth services are scheduled for Saturday morning at 9 a.m., with Yizkor at 11 a.m. Simchas Torah will be at 7 p.m., with festivities under the co-chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abramson. 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L nrTOBER 10. 1952 *l"innririi*n PAGE 13 mien Limited Little Theater up Opens With Doetors Orders J£\v formed Little Theanc j Mrs. Richard Pritikin. j5up of Copies Limited, LIsrael, will present its T theatrical prjduction be| Monday evening, October olay is a three act comedy L Doctor's Orders, written Furtz Gordon, and is under Lection of John Burr, wellin little theater circles m play will be performed on consecutive evenings, Monthrough Thursday, at 8:30 in Kaplan Hall, Temple Is1]37 NE 13th Street. Prowl!! go toward the Rabbi i A. Zwitman Religious Fund of Temple Israel. Urge of tickets is Mrs. Jack linger, least, primarily from CoupRichard Pritikin, stage manager. In charge of stage sets, lighting and props are Jules Werner, Lewis Gorfine, Jack Schillinger and Sol Lewis. Among others behind the scenes are the Mesdames Harold Stone, wardrobe; David Lemelman, make-up; Leslie T. Bukstel, programs; Alex Richard, ushers; and Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Beinhorn, snack bar. Miami Chapter Plans Affairs The Miami Chapter of B'nai I B'rith will meet at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Thursday, October 16th, j 8 p.m. A gala Simchath Torah enterincludes Bertha Bur., [Crol'yn Hess, Dorothy SerI tinment is planned, consisting Pat Fine. ; -'" •* of dances and musical readings. Shirley Rauzin, d Pritikin. Josephine Adettie Werner. ReLoris WickJerome Dreyfuss, David flman, Kenneth Stanleigh Barvin Rauzin. production staff is headed Leslie T. Bukstel, presi|of Couples Limited; Jack nger, business manager; ie Drew Closes laign Monday ST PALM BEACH — Judge Tis Drew, seeking election Hull term :>n the Supreme in the special statewide on October 14th, will I up his campaign with a tide radu address next ky night. tr visiting virtually every p in the state in his perWjr.paign. Judge Drew stat[havc carried my campaign people of Florida on the only issue involved in ^ct: that issue is the qualins of the man running for Jfice. I respectfully ask the i of Florida to consider the and background of both lates. pave made the people of ate the only promise that hdidate for the Supreme | can properly make — that do my very best to be a [judge." lice Drew, who was appointive court when Justice Roy fapman died, is a graduate son University Law School. [past president of the Florftate Bar Association and resident of the Bar AssociaWest Palm Beach, where practiced for 29 years. Compare 1 ffArW f ^ .fAMOUS *E3 SINCE 1W <#V^. Compare readings A social hour will follow. The Chapter is also planning an all-out affair at the Driftwood Room of the Nautilus Hotel, on October 19th, 8:30 p.m. The program is under the supervision of Mrs. Louis Cohen. The Leo N. Levi Hospital and National Jewish Hospital are beneficiaries. Overall chairman is Mrs. Bernard Tytell. Ticket co-chairmen are Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. George Lieberman and Mrs. PhiHp Coe. Beach Branch Plans New Athletic Agenda The wheels have begun to turn in preparation for one of the most complete Health and Physical Education Programs ever arranged for Greater Miami residents. The Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Communi ity Center will offer this area | programs including activities | ranging from shuffleboard for | Golden Agers to badminton for the younger set, Mike Mescon said early this week. Monday will be ladies' night at the Center. Mrs. S. J. Spector will lead a women's health program which will include calisthenics, volley ball, badminton, lectures on diet and other phases of health care. There will also be weight lifting, tumbling and body building for both male and female Center members under the supervision of Dr. S. J. Spector. Tuesday will be Teen Age Night, with archery, roller skating and weight lifting. Wednesday is scheduled as Men's Night, with sports clinics and lectures. For Golden Agers there will be shuffleboard. Thursday is Tournament Night, with teen age activities, weight lifting and fishing. Friday there will be a swimming program. On Sunday morning, there will be an athletic program for men. Afternoons, touch-football is scheduled at Memorial Field. Dancing will round out the week on Sunday evening. Call For Area Participation In Book Month Here A call for community participation in National Jewish Book Month was issued here by the Jewish Book Council and signed by Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, chairman of Extension Activities Committee, Bureau of Jewish Education, and Leon Kaplan, program chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Tentative plans call for extensive exhibits in public and Jewish libraries, book reviews, .-tiinulation of book programming in Jewish organizations and wide use of both radio and television. Jewish Book Month will be celebrated from November 7th, to December 7th. Laurel Court Meets Laurel Court No. 11, Order of the Amaranth, will open its Fall season on Monday, October 13th, 8 p.m., at 215 NW 4th Street. Mrs. Mabel Webster, Grand Lecturer, will make her official visit here. Mount Scopus Hadassah Mount Scopus Group of Hadassah will present a skit at their meeting on Monday, October 13th. 1 p.m., in the Beth El Auditorium. Mrs. David Marmer, membership chairman, is in charge of the affair. Sharet Chapter Has Oneg Shabbat; To Meet On Tuesday Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hold an Oneg Shabbat tonight at the home of Miss Pauline Bender, 1620 SW 18th Avenue, Miami. Invited are members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith Men. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the University of Miami Hillel Foundation, will officiate at the Sabbath services. Miss Lila Golden is in charge of arrangements. The next regular meeting of the Chapter Young Women will be on Tuesday evening, October 14th, at the hom e of Miss Sylda Botwin, 116 Sevilla Avenue, Coral Gables. Dr. Florence Wechsberg, psychologist, will be guest speaker. Also on the agenda of the meeting will be further projects for community service other than making dolls for cerebral palsy, one of the group's main projects. Committee chairman for community service is Miss Elaine Haidt. Miss Lorraine Kahlenberg. president, will officially welcome back all members. Season Planning Viewed by County Committee Here Organization"''of the season's activities for unmarried young adults was considered at the first meeting of the new County-Wide Young Adult Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, with A. Budd Cutler as chairman. Participants heard representatives of the young adult groups of the Town and Beach Branches describe the programs of last season and their plans for the future. The County Committee directed the various branches to resume the most popular phases of young adult activities here, Cutler said. Participating at the Committee meeting were Beatrice Huberman, Charles Lippitz, Rhita Lippitz, Judith Youngerman, Norman Pallot, Jules Vogel, Gene Shane, Esther Branson, Trudy Shrier, Alan Samet, Marvin Schwartz. Marvin Lewis, Seymour Gelber and A. Budd Cutler. B'nai B'rith Youth Committee Meets Monday The regular meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth Committee will be held on Monday, October 13th, 8:15 p.m., at the Miami Colonial Hotel, it was announced by Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman. Concerned with formulating policy of the local B'nai B'rith Youth Organization with a membership of close to 500 teen ager3 and young adults, the Committee consists of the representatives of the adult B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapter here which sponsor the youth groups. The meeting will include discussion on policy with repect to such sponsorship, Williams said, as well as a report of the Advisor Personnel Committee regarding recruitment and training of guides for youth chapters. A review of the responsibility of the Committee in helping youth here prepare for the Annual Florida Regional Convention on December 27th, will also be given. Flagler Women To Hear Mrs. Hughes At the regular monthly meeting of the Women's Group, Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, scheduled for Thursday evening, October 16th, 8:30 p.m., guest speaker will be Mrs. Fleda Hughes. Mrs. Hughes is known here as an authority on plant life and tropical shrubbery. Mrs. Sidney Stiller, chairman, has completed plans for a series of winter luncheons which will j start the latter part of this month. Israeli Group Presents Skit The Israeli Group of Hadassah will hold its initial meeting on Monday, October 13th, 1 p.m., at the Cromwell Hotel. Mrs. David Koch, membership chairman, will induct new members. A skit entitled, Bollah Busta Comes Alive, will b e presented by the Mesdames M. Bernstein, M. Friedman, A. Hauer, B. Kleiman, H. Sturm and G. Warner. A musical program by Mrs. M. Edell will follow. Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan is president of the group. North, Shore Meeting The first general membership meeting of the North Shore Jewish Center will be held Sunday, October 12th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. A musical program featuring noted artists will be presented. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Distributed by LEVIKSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 3-7791 Experimental Plays At University The University o f Miami Drama Department this week announced its first experimental bill for the 1952-53 season. Playing at the North Campus Box Theatre on October 16th and 17th, will be three student-written and produced plays. The Bridge, by Lysl Beers, will be directed by Sue Goodman. Sherwood Ross' The Peacemonger, will be directed by Ray Fisher. John Martucci will direct Infinite Intermezzo, by Tappy Torres. Open Time -:Mills -:Drills -:Lathes -:Acetylene Aeronautical Engineering, Inc. 240 SAN LORENZO AVENUE Phones 48-0522 CORAL GABLES 87-5682 Attention Mr. Apartment House Owner, Motel Owner, Hotel Owner, Architect, Builder, Home Owner! We have Just opened a new store adjoining our old one. Come in and see our new line of refrigerators, freezers, water coolers, air-conditioners, electrical appliances, gas and electric stoves, and water heaters. Once you have seen our stock, there is no need to go elsewhere. We also rent refrigerators. SERVICE JACKSON 721 5th STREET REFRIGERATOR 68-0665 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SAFETY GLASS INSTALLED IN ALL CARS AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE EXPERT REPAIRS ON HYDRAULIC WINDOWS Sales and Service at 1304 N. 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PAGE 14 +Je*ist>fk>r*0Mn FWDAY, OOTOBQ, Fund Council Will Present Certificate To Minister Here The Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will meet on Wednesday. October 15th, 8 p.m., in the Whitman Hall of Congregation Beth Jacob. Election of officers will take place, with reports following by committee chairmen. Principal part of the program •will be the presentation of a certificate of the planting of a 1.000tree grove in Israel to the Reverend and Mrs. Theodore R. Gibson in memory of their late son. Theodore Gibson, Jr. A pilot for the El Al Aairhnes. Israel. Gibson lost his life last year in an airplane crash while delivering manufactured goods from the new Jewish state to Switzerland. Previously, he fought with the United States Armed Forces during World War II. seeing action in the Pacific Theater. The late airman subsequently joined Palestine's Jews in their War of Liberation during which he heroically participated in combat. The Reverend Gibson is a retired Christian Minister, residing with his wife at 3504 Douglas Road. Miami, Plan Zionist Youth Meeting The Fall meeting of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, joint Youth Agency of Southeastern Zionist Organization of America and Southern. Southeastern and Florida Hadassah Regions, will take place at the Hotel De Sota in Savannah. Georgia, on Monday. October 20th. according to an announcement released by Jack Becker of Jacksonville, chairman. The all-day session was called for immediately following the Southeastern Zionist Organization of America's annual Conference to be held in Savannah during the weekend of October 17th through 19th. Business to come before the Fall session of the Commission includes election of officers, adoption of the 1952-53 budget and policies concerning the youth groups sponsored by the Commission: Junior Hadassah. Young Judaea and IZFA. Dromedary Seeks Perfection Of Biblical Date; Imports Them From Historic Areas In IZFA Opens Season The University of Miami Chap1 ter. Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America, held its opening meeting of the school year last Sunday evening at Hillel House. Ponce De Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables. this synthetic age of ours, we're all too often inclined to forget that nature frequently anticipated man's proudest handiworks by a good many thousands of years — and sometimes did a better job of it, too. Long before the first confectioner, for example, had discovered that a blend of certain ingredients can produce sweettasting delicacies nature had devoted the greater part of several hundred centuries to creating the perfect sweetmeat, famed in the Bible as the fruit of the Tamar Tree and better known to us as the date. The most celebrated delicacy of ancient feasts, the date retains its popularity at holidaytime today; often the sole sustenance of desert nomads, it is recognized today as one of the Star Chapter Dance Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith '.'.' m r will hold an Early Bird • on Sunday i i October 12th, at t Son nto Hotel. Pro eeds arc scheduled for B'na; B'rith pro%  Louise Chapter Social The Louise Chapter. American Jewish Congress, will open its Fall social season with a Membership Luncheon and Card Party on Wednesday. October 15th. at 12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs Ben Greene. 5534 Pinetrce Drive. ssea will be the Mesdames Ben Greene. Herbert Young. Harry Genet and Phillip Mandel. Roosevelt Sisters Meet. Play Host Roosevelt Temple No. 33, PythJ ian Sisters, will hold a regular meeting and play host to the Dis! trict on Wednesday. October 15th, 8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Final plans will be made for j the Halloween Mahj Jong and I Card Party to be held on Octob: er 29th. Chairman of the event, ) Mrs. Manual Rudes. has announced that proceeds of the affair are scheduled for charity. Following the regular meeting, Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks. Most-Excellent-Chief of Roosevelt Temple, will turn the gavel over to Mrs. Ethel Greenbaum, District Deputy Grand Chief, to preside over the district meeting. Daughters are learning... „ "MOTHER KH0W2 BEST/ most nearly perfect foods known to man. But not all dates are alike in quality. For some strange reason, despite man's most painstaking efforts to adapt it to new regions, new soils and new climates — and even despite his efforts to duplicate the original conditions under which it grows — the date palm steadfastly resists all tampering with nature. It still grows best, it still attains its greatest delicacy of texture and flavor in those same Biblical regions where it originated. That is why the packers of Dromedary Dates have always imported them exclusively from those regions. The superiority in taste and quality of Dromedary dates, protected for you by pasteurization, is immediately discernible and this, no doubt, accounts for the fact that the Dromedary name, for upward of four generations, has been synonymous with dates in this country. In more homes than ever this year, many other modern items in the Dromedary line will play an increasingly important part in baking, as homemakers discover the advantages of the various Dromedary Cake Mixes. The nine distinct varieties come already sifted, blended and complete, containing a perfect balance of all the choice home-kitchen ingredients needed to assure perfect results. The homemaker need add only water or milk, as the recipe requires, then stir to a batter and bake. 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^Y, OCTOBER Iff, 1*62 ^**wl&lhrUtin P AGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE ^TlJNDER FICTITIOUS ,Ct NAME LAW L T „.Lis HEREBY GIVEN that tSderslgned, desiring lo engage In CM under the fictitious name of R, K MARKET ("Srocery and Lo Departments). aW 41t Miami Beach, Florida, Intend &.,ter said name with the Clerk S5 circuit Court of Hade County, // MARK SLOTKIN /"/ LKONA SLOTKIN Ltr & GENET ,' n U< foi Mart and Leon* Slotkln jO/S-JO-17 unTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N0T NAME LAW UTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that f ,„|.slKiicd, desiring to engage In i;;l. under the fictitious name of T-K'l'\.i' M > LOWNQB. at 20OS faa Ave Miami Heach, Ha., InB* to" register said name with the E of Hi. circuit Court of Dade }' VANDEKHILT BAR. INC. liSSTKIN. W EINSTEIN fWBINSTEIN I Lincoln Road %  mi Beach, Ha. frneyi for Vanderbllt Bar. Inc. \lt-\J-U TH NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153408 EI'H KlU I'A, Plaintiff If. KIU'I'A Beechwood Place ateii Island 14, New York Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE PK.-S M. KRUPA bu arc hereby notified that a Bill Complaint for Divorce has been I igalnsl you, and you are rcle EMPLOYMENT 1 | N '.'BEACH EMPLOYMENT T si. -p m ni BE ACH EMPLOY, MSSM^^HL"-! >• Espanola !•saT. £? ach VU ""tends to ICircnU r"^ 1 "? wl,h ,he Clerk of Ida Court Dade County, P 10/3I lo H ME,D BNBERa NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN T H E COUNTY JUDGS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28741-B In He: ESTATE UK BERNARD C. ERIEDMAN a/k/a BERN1K C. FRIEDMAN T< 7 A C r e dl,or s and All Persons Hav\P K y." 1 or 1,am ands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are herebynotified ami required to present any claims and demands which you or either of you, may have against' the estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN cle.vased late of DadCounty, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges j of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date September 24. A.D. 19J2. JOYCE FRIEDMAN As Administratrix of the Estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN Deceased. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for .Administratrix 420 Lincoln Rd. Miami lieacb. Fla. 10/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ne "" l, l '* nc <'. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CALAIS MANOR at 177:, Calais Drive. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit "i!.. n f J ade County. Florida. fcwBETJ 10 H,:AI TV '"MPANY. INC. BKHIi'k. SHAPIRO & FRIED Attorney! for Owner 1L' Lincoln Road 10/3-10-17-LM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name uf THE I LN SHOP, at 302 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, intends to register said name with the. Clerk of tht.Clrcult Court of Dade County. Florida. TED FRI'TKOFF Sole Owner 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VALUE SPECIALTIES COMPANY, at 6601 S. Dixie Highway. Miami. I iorida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of i'ade County. Florida. STANLEY RASKIN GENET A GENET Attorneys I-'or Stanley Raskin lti/ln-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of \r BRA FABRICS & FOAM RUB. PER PRODUCTS, ai 920 71st Street, Miami Pea.h. Flprlda, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. PAUL SCHWARTZ I Paul Schwartz) 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SAWDUST TRAIL at SM0 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERTA M IMRTER STEPHEN 1 KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler Street 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OLYMPIA REALTY, at 505 Olympia Building, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AMOS BENJAMIN Reg. Real Estate Broker 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business iimler tinfi. tltlous name "t INDIES RATTAN, at 300 N. E. 71st Street. Miami, r .orlda. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ELI SHEPPARP HILLIE SHEPPARD KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Indies Rattan 10/10-17-24-31 Statement of the Ownership. Management, and Circulation required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1<12. as Amended by the Acts of March S. IMS, and July 2. 1946 (Title 39. United States Code. Section 233) of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. published weekly at Miami, Florida, foi Oct. 2nd. 1952. ja • The names and addresses of the publisher and editor are: Editor-Publisher—Fred K. Shochet. P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. —_M The owner is: The Jewish FloridIan, Not Inc.. Ethel Shochet, IPred K. Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Miami The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the malls or otli%  rwtae, to paid subecrlbere during the 1" months pr. Iln> the date shown above vai ••. D K gHocHjyr. Editor-Publisher Sworn to and ibscrlbed before me this . Inal answer with .;."!. %  ; rimed %  ; -.,' ,.;,.%  >,. on or before Novembei K." n > or default thereof will be entered. Dated. OctObg ^^HERMAN. Clerk (Court SeaO R R CE m Deputy Clerk. PERRY BITTEL. Plaintiff •"Attorney. 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beacn. 10/10-17-M-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ILA.MINGO liRILL AND SUNDRIES, at 4034 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Intend to register salil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIS H. DYER __„^ ALEXANDER KAY STEPHEN F. KESM.ER Attorney for Owners 2200 W. Flagler Street 10/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI BEACH BENDIX COMPANY, at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES W EINl %  A RT E N M A RG1E W E1N G A RT E N 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. 153059 MARIE WILLIAMS. Plaintiff, vs. RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RANDOLPH WILLIAMS 270 West 144th St., Apartment 7. New York City, N.Y. You. RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the v plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ.. 8 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16th day of October, MM. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I" i.NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th day of September, A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By G B HARDIE, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 9/19-26 — in 3-10 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 5851 Northwest 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID PULLMAN A LI-RED KRE1SLER Attorney for Owner 9/19-26 — 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 RAYCO AUTO SEAT COVERS, at 8221 Blscayne Blvd.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BERNARD BLOOM SANFORD D. JACOBSON 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 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: R' >SE RYDER Norrlstown, R.D. 1 Norristown, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cony of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. RICHARD K. SHEPARD. 2200 West Flagler Street, Miami, and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of October. 1952. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11th day of September, A.D.. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153093 BETTY ANN PERKINS. Plaintiff LUTHER JACKLISON PERKINS, JR., Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I. kllaon Perkins, Jr. -i i are hereb notlfli d thai of Comp ill for i >lvo • hai filed against you, and you are re.-• II ve a— .•! | : yout \n-to the B ,|. t on lh( plaintiff'! Attorney, STEPHEN I". KESSLER, 2200 West Plaglei St., Miami. Fla., and file the : \ iswei or PU adlng In the of the i lerk of the Circuit Court on or bef";.the 17th Day of ei. l5i. It you fall to d ludgment > %  > default will be taken il you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of September, AD., 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE Deputy Clerk /19-8 — 10/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153037 WILLIAM 1). PHELAN, Plaintiff vs. AGNES ESTHER PHELAN Defendant 663 Lake 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 you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint .on the.plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN ,F. KESSLER. 2200 W. Flagler Stf.' -MWmi, Florida, and file the ortKiiuJ Answr or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court <>n"*r Before the 17th day of October,. 1852. If you fall to do so. judgment by cfefault will be taken .igainst you [re th,. relief demanded In the:Bill,.n{ Complaint. I ">NE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tills l.Mh dnv of September, A.D. 1952. E. B v LEATHERMAN, HC)glrsvJCirriilt Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By G. B. HARDIE, Deputy -Clerk. 9/19-26 — 10/3-10 .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO., at TS.i N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RIISEN FRIEDMAN CHARUrTTE J, BARKAN Attorney for I iwner M7 Seybold Bldg. I' tt — 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tb.it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TURF MOTEL at 7000 N. W. -.'7111 Avenue, Miami, Floiiila. intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 27 CORP.. a Florida corporation GENET fc GENET, E8QS. attornej I f*-i -7 I "orp. 9 19-il — 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 STONEY PINE TAVERN, at 12 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH SMITH STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 9/19-26 — 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 STOCKADE SHOW BAR at 5731 N. W. 2nd Ave. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BURT JOHN80N STEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 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 BARARA JEAN MANSIONS at 956 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. Plot Ida., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS R. MILLER JOAN I.EVINE KORSUN MORRIS : %  -•; lo /i-io -17 NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business ulider 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. ERNESTINA AREU, Bole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owner 9 2ii — 10.3-1(1-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fli tltious r.ime of i • >R \l, GABLES Dim; BTORE, at 110 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables, Florida, intends to rcgtsfei said name ith the Clerk of tile I'ircllit ; nf Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL GELBOND BEN ESSEN 823 Seybold Bldg, Miami, Florida Attorney for Samuel tlellmnd 9, : %  : — i


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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Ik^wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25Number 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ustrians To Negotiate With
Jews On Restitution Claims
VIENNA (JTA) The Austrian Government has decided to
iiate negotiations with major Jewish organizations on restitution
Austrian Jewish victims of Nazism, leading members of the Gov-
_it confirmed here. They indicated that the talks would start
[technical levels, to be taken over later by Cabinet representa-
; Chancellor Leopold
feign Minister Karl
Figl, Vice
Gruber,
received Jewish Telegraphic
ncy correspondents, outlined
r views on the reparations is-
They said talks would be
ed with representatives of
American Jewish Committee,
t Distribution Committee,
ish Agency and World Jew-
Congress. At a later date,
resentatives of the Austrian
lish communities will be
kight in.
hancellor Figl said he expect-
the preliminary talks to start
Vienna sometime in October,
Foreign Minister Gruber an-
mced that invitations to the
ish organizations had already
out from his office.
New York, the JTA learned
the Jewish organizations had
yet received invitations from
Austrian Government to send
esentativts to Vienna this
to discuss problems of res-
i to Jewish victims of Naz-
Not Opposed
a written statement, Chan-
or Figl stressed that Austria
(not oppose payment of repar-
jms to Jews and asserted that
(far as possible under present
ws, Austrian Jews had received
Ik their houses, businesses and
positions they had held in
yernment offices during the
t-Nazi period.
1e all know of no discrimina-
Chancellor Figl insisted.
ttwevtr, many buildings are
Chancellor Adolf Schaerf and
still occupied by Allied occupa-
tion forces and cannot be return-
ed to their former owners."
The Government chief said
that "our primary concern is to
maintain our economy. We then
want to establish what the Jew-
ish claims amount to, whether
our economy permits having this
claim satisfied and within what
period of time it can be satisfied.
"The Government decided as
a first step in this direction to
have ministry officials confer
with representatives of Jewry and
to establish proposals. Our Gov-
ernment could hardly have been
expected to consider requests for
reparations when four Jewish or-
ganizations came to us each with
different proposals and demands.
However, now that these organ-
izations have united, it has be-
come possible for representatives
of these organizations to meet
with officials of our ministries
and work out a program to be
presented to the Cabinet.
"The Cabinet," Dr. Figl declar-
ed, "will definitely not disregard
the opinions of the Jewish or-
(Continued on Page 4)
rzwhs Purg* Jews From Army
VIENNA (JTA) The Czechoslovak Army his recently dis-
missed a number of officers in the financial, supply and legal serv-
ices because of their Jewish origin, according to reports received
here from Prague. Jewish doctors serving in the Czechoslovak
armed forces have not as yet been affected by the so-called "puri-
fication" since the Communists are not yet in a position to provide
substitutes for tht-m. A "purification" of the higher brackets of the
Czechoslovak civil service is also reported to have eliminated most
JewiaVi officlaKp. A number of Jews in the professions, considered
untrustworthy, by the authorities are reported under arrest and
manyjfwi an*J|aid to have been selected for forced labor in the
iron ana1" ste
to have
steel industries.
Mapai Breaks Talks
With General Zionists
TEL AVIV (JTA) Negotiations between the General Zionist
and Mapai Parties for broadening of the Israel Government coalition
were broken off here late last week by the Centrists. This action
was made known to the Labor Party in a letter from Dr. Peretz
Bernstein, chairman of the General Zionist Party, to Premier David
Ben-Gurion.
At a press conference called
Zionist spokesman explained that
the main issue over which the
talks broke down was that of the
attitude of the two parties to-
ward the Histadrut. The spokes-
man said his party did not op-
pose any form of private or col-
lective initiative but that the de-
velopment of Histadrut enter-
prises, under Mapai leadership
had reached dimensions which
were "against the workers' in-
terests, and sometimes even a-
by the Centrist Party, a General
gainst the state's interests."
He insisted that the General
Zionist Party wanted full equal-
ity for all forms of enterprise
and full development of the
country's economy to assure ec-
onomic recovery.
The spokesman charged that
the Mapai Party had entered in-
to negotiations with the Centrists
only to "frighten" the religious
(Continued on Page 4)
t.
Frank Kinsdon
At Bond Aff
Speaks
air Thursday
Difficulties Spread Anti-Semitism
MELBOURNE (JTA) J. Redapple, president of the Australian
Jewish Council, warned here last week that "increasing economic
diffx-ulties throtffjSKgut the world, including Australia, have acceler-
ated the spread of anti-Semitism which now finds its expression in
the desecration of Jewish graves and the dissemination of fresh
batches of anti-Semitic literature." He charged that "many scurril-
ous anti-Semitic leaflets, published in England, Sydney and Mel-
bourne, are being distributed in factories and in working class
suburbs where unemployment already is threatening many homes."

Lands Latin American Jewry's Spirit
NEW YORK (JTA) The 700,000 Jews of Latin America have
created a community life "which in terms of exemplary organiza-
tion, national consciousness and Yiddish cultural achievement, be-
longs in the very front rank of world Jewry," Dr. Arieh Tartakower,
chairman of the Israel Executive of the World Jewish Congress,
said here last week in a comment on his live-month tour of duty
as special congress delegate in Latin America. He said that the
Jews in Latin America enjoyed a great economic development and.
that there was virtually no Jewish poverty. The popular level of
anti-Semitism there was low, he added, and governments frequently,
proclaim their determination to treat all citizens with equality.

Anti-Semitic Paper Is Suspended
ISTANBUL (JTA) Buyuk Qogu, anti-Semitic Turkish flews-
paper here, has WCfl forced to suspend publication as a result o|
"moral pressure" from government circles. The newspaper professed,
to support the Democratic Party the party in power and rer
ceived official government advertising, giving rise to the suspicion
that the government was supporting its views. Its suspension at
this time has been interpreted here as a sign that the government
is anxious to avoid such suspicions.
*
Plan Seizure Of Jewish Property
BEIRUT (WNS) A plan to confiscate Jewish property for the
benefit of Arab refugees from Palestine was under consideration
this week at a meeting of the Syrian Cabinet, according to reports
reaching here from Syrian sources. At the same time, rumors were
circulating here that Egypt would seek a separate peace with Israel.
Some newspapers have blasted Egypt's Premier Naguib for visiting
a Cairo Synagogue during the Jewish High Holiday season.
Jr. Frank Kingdon, editor, ra-
commentator, lecturer and
fid traveler, will be guest of
por at a dinner given by the
pfessional Division of the
eater Miami Committee for
nds of Israel Government on
|ursday, October 16th, 6:30
at the Delano Hotel, it was
Bounced this week by Chair-
Harry Simonhoff.
Committee members in their
Ipective divisions who will be
Icharge of the affair include the
lowing:
Massachusetts, Michigan and New
Jersey for the next twenty years.
He is a graduate of Boston
University and attended Harvard
as a Jacob Sleeper Fellow. He
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Albion College conferred the de-
gree of Doctor of Divinity on
him in 1927, and Ohio Northern
University gave him the degree
of Doctor of Laws in V 0.
*feourt,
Barney|
Sidney
"uniiintx Sidney I
Mill my Mil Mennell and
Merman.
Hl..-111-v, judiie Irving Cypen,
i.im.iu: Jmig,. i.oule Bandet, Diana
Malvln Kiiglandei-, Mam
I:.''ihi,1 K. Kin If. Robert
l*. S'-yiiiiiur n. I.iehman. Mrs.
Brenner Meyers, Judge Theo-
F" N-N-ii. .|ii,iK,. Kenneth Oku,
".I"1 ,.J Ki'hanl. Burnett Roth,
"*< Harold B. Huaat. Ham Sliver,
rmi. \\,.Inki,. Hnd Bin,,i Wexton.
I' T|"'" l>r. l.ennard H Finn.
. iiii.n: On. Robert Litowlts, Joae-
MarKolln, lianiel Rosa, Nonrutn
tE""'">n Jck H. Seltlln.
IKJiciiUM Dr. Harold Rand.
Kirman: Dra. Mortimer Abrartikln.
rniT1' ..,,,'rman. Max Dobrtn, M.
"lie*, Max (Jrata, A. R. Hollander
harl,- Werblow.
". Kingdon, who will be prin-
I speaker, was born in Lon-
nd came to this country at
** oi 17. He immediately,
red the ministry and served j
wotat Churches in Maine,!
Dr. Frtnk Kingdon
In 1935, he was one of the
organizers of the University of
Newark and became its first pres-
ident. He resigned this office in
1940, to devote himself to the de-
fense of democracy then threat-
ened by the rise of Hitler. The
Phi Lambda Phi Fraternity gave
him its gold medal in 1941, as the
outstanding interpreter of de-
mocracy and brotherhood in the
country.
During World War II. he or-
iganized the Emergency Rescue
'Committee To Save Europe and
aided outstanding artists, writers
and labor leaders threatened by
.the Nazis. When the United
' States entered the war, he be-
j came special advisor to the chair-
! man of the War Manpower Com-
! mission and the chairman of the
War Production Board. He also
aided the late Mayor Fioriello La-
Guardia in setting up the Office
of Civilian Defense. Dr. King-
don is now a newspaper colum-
nist.
Among his published works are
The Architects Of The Republic,
a study of Washington, Jefferson,
Lincoln and Roosevelt, The Man
In The White House, When Half-
Gods Go and Our Second War
Of Independence.
Ask Special Parliament Session
JERUSALEM (WNS) A resolution urging Knesset Speaker
Joseph Sprinzik to call Parliament, now in recess, into session to,
consider the school issue was passed last week by the Central Com-
mittee of the General Zionist Party. The immediate purpose of the
request was to discuss the Government's decision to transfer the
Teacher's Seminary at Beth Hakerem from the General Zionists to
the joint control of the government and the Hebrew University.
, 0
Iron Curtain States Ignore Plea
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Governments of Rumania, Hungary
and Poland failed to take any action on a request from the Israel
Ministry of Religion, forwarded through the Foreign Ministry, to
permit dehsjjatiMs of orthodox Jews to proceed to Israel to take
part in the first Hahkel ceremony to be held in more than 2,000
years, it was disclosed last week. Rabbi David Kahane, director of
the ministry, said the request had been made to the governments
involved so that there could be a representation of Europan Jewry
in the ceremonies marking the end of the Jewish sabbatical year.

Jewish Agency Status Bill Exhumed
NEW YORK (JTA) The bill conferring special status on the
Jewish Agency and the world Zionist movement will be reintro-
duced by the Israel Government early next month on the recon-
vening of Parliament. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Jewish Agency chair-
man, reported last week. He told a conference of American and
Canadian members of the Zionist General Council, supreme author-
ity o! the Zionist movement between World Zionist Congresses, he
was confident the bill would be enacted into law before the Council
meets in Jerusalem on November 20th.

David \ iles Dies At Age Of 63
BOSTON (JTA) Funeral services were held here for David
K. Niles, executive assistant to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman,
who died here at the age of 63. The son of Russian immigrants to
the United States, Mr. Niles went to Washington in 1932, shortly
after President Roosevelt's election and remained a trusted assistant
to both Presidents until his death. President Truman was repre-
sented at the funeral services and the Government of Israel was
represented by Consul General Arthur Lourie and Lieutenant Col-
onel Giladi, Israel military attache in Washington.


PAGE 2
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FRIDAY.
OCIOBB,,
Age
Adult, Golden
Groups Meet To
View Activities
In response to demands here,
the Adult and Golden Age Com-
nittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center held its
first meeting of the season to
formulate plans for the develop-
ment of activities in adult popu-
lation, it was announced by Leon
Kaplan, chairman of tht organ-
ization's Program Council.
A wide variety of cultural and
social activities for adults was
projected both by the Adult and
Golden Age Committees, chaired
by Monrie Gelb, Miami attorney.
Twenty-eight representatives
from the organization's branches
in Miami and Miami Beach and
at the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center indicated
strong community needs for ac-
tivities on artistic, dramatic, mus-
ical, dance, forum and social
lines. At branch committee meet-
ings in the various locations to
be held in the immediate future,
the specific details of the open-
ing programs will be developed.
Needs of the Golden Age clubs
were also discussed, and reports
from these groups indicated prep-
arations for a busy season. It
was announced that professional
staff advisors will be shortly ap-
d to advise these groups.
Present at the meeting were
n Kan Mr and Mrs Henry
Gai tJ, III :: : Ml -. B>'l isoff.
Lucy S '-' Mrs. Bea-
Gus Gins-
Mr.- Lili Duntov, F
; I Segal, Laurence
: nan. L St n, Ada
Ada Sheiner, E
Zi I .. Still-
Mii am S hiff, Ben Jonas, Al-
Y ung( i ; an, Reina Younger-
Hub) rn n, Isidore Sim-
z and Mr and Mrs. Harry
Zukcrnick.
Gebiner
Marking the
Fete Gebiner At
Affair Tomorrow
The Board of Directors of the
Y. L. Peretz School, together
with the Workmen's Circle and
its Women's
Club. Branch
No. 692, will ten-
der a reception
to the Assistant
General Secre-
.ary of the
Workmen's Cir-
cle, Benjamin
Gebiner. and to
Mrs. Gebiner,
currently vaca-
tioning here.
Yiddish Schools
celebration, the function will take
place tomorrow evening. October
11th, 8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25
Washington Avenue.
Mr. Gebiner, an attorney at
law, has been connected with the
Workmen's Cjrde*ince 1922. first
as teacher in the' hign schools,
then as chairman of its Board of
Education. Fot the1 past 17 years,
he has occupied tits present po-
i sition as Assistant' General Sec-
|retary.
Mr. Gebiner is also a news
1 commentator on Station WEVD.
. New York, where he broadcasts
every morning.
Entertainment will be provided
by Mrs. Lillian Nelson, who will
render several songs. The Y. L.
Peretz School is the only Yid-
dish School affiliated with the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Zamora PTA To Meet
The first Fall meeting of the
Zamora Jewish Center PTA will
be held on Wednesday. October
22nd. at 8:30 p.m. Introducing
program, Mrs. Angel Ross.
prin .pal. will present methods
of education and objectives of the
school. Plans for PTA activities
during the coming year will also
be discussed.
Homestead Builds
Jewish Center
A Jewish Community Center
will soon be erected in Home-
stead, Florida, according to an
announcement late last week by
Mrs. I. A. Kasden.
Mrs. Kasden, publicity chair-
man for the projected Homestead
Jewish Community Center, said
that the undertaking is the result
; of the joint effort of some 25
. Jewish families there.
Ground was broken at the
building site some three weeks
ago, and contributions in labor
and equipment will represent a
significant factor in defraying
construction costs. A Center Fund
Drive is currently under way,
and, while most donations have
come from members and pros-
pective members, Mrs. Kasden
explained that many non-Jewish
families of the area are also re-
sponding with gifts.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Beth David Syna-
gogue here has already conduct-
ed Sabbath services for members
of the Homestead Jewish Com-
munity Center on several occas-
ions. Plans currently call for lat-
er erection of a Religious School
on four recently purchased lots
adjacent to the Center site.
Officers of the Center are Her-
man Marks, president: Sidney
Peckett, secretary; and Paul Los-
ner, treasurer.
Apartment Men Hear
Solicitor-Elect Marsh
J Fin C- Marsh, Dade County
Solicitor-Elect, was guest speak-
er of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association last Monday in
the Blackstone Hotel at its first
monthly membership meeting of
the new season, it was announced
by Daniel M. Broad, president.
Demonstrate Rumor
Clinic Method Here
Miss Joyce Zimmerman, of the
Educational Department, Florida
Regional Office, Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, will
demonstrate the Rumor Clinic
at a meeting of the BZB, B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, to be
held on Tuesday, October 14th.
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7/ Say
THE SPONSORS OF COLUMBUS
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
L djtors of The Jewish Floridian are privileged
r, the following extract from the book cur-
l hlina prepared for publication by Mr. Harry
Ehnff author of the popular column, I'll Say. Oth-
Vtons of Mr. Simonhoff's work-in-progress will
b here from time to time.)
SPONSORS OF COLUMBUS
liling the Caribbean and touching the coast of
brought back memories of Jewish participation
discovery and early settlement of America. The
, Jewish ancestry of Columbus has been the
of heated dispute between historians. Whether
"reat Navigator was of Italian or Jewish stock
_ins a controversy. But one fact is undeniable:
Ibackers, promoters, financiers and sponsors of
nous were almost exclusively Jews. The 1492 ex-
Hon that discovered the new world was virtually
Irish enterprise.
[rANO INFLUENCE
hese Jews, converted or loyal, were high up in the
herce and finance of Spain, in the palace, in the
I in the courts, in the universities, and even in
Church. Diego Deza, a bishop and professor of
Dgy at Salamanca, succeeded Torquemada as In-
Jor General of the Holy Office. Alonzo de Cabrera
[Governor of Segovia while his wife, Beatriz de
jjilla, was Queen Isabella's bosom friend and clos-
lonfidante. Gabriel Sanchez was Treasurer and
Iso de la Caballeria, Vice Chancellor of Aragon.
|ham Senior, the farmer of taxes in Castile, de-
| to change over to Christianity with the 1492 edict
kpulsion. In his 80th year, he had neither the
Icter nor the will to become an exile. Of a differ-
(tan-.p was Isabella's famous Minister of Finance,
lAbravenel, who for seven years exercised his in-
Ity in raising revenue for the successful conduct
|e Moorish war. Six months after the surrender of
bda, he took up the wanderer's staff and joined
Jllow refugees. But most helpful of all to Colum-
Iwas Luis de Santangel, Royal Councillor, and
ptroller General of Aragon.
\ FINAL TURNDOWN
blumbus had gotten the run-around for eight years.
InEnd, the royal double-crossed, would have no
Tof him. The pious queen could with gracious
Ion blame the delay on la guerre. But the war
Jvcr and the time had come for a showdown. The
lator's hair had turned white, and he was getting
|ly nowhere. His sponsors managed to arrange an
liew with the royal couple. But what demands!
What unheard of effrontery! An alien nobody, without
blood or rank, to insist on th. title, Grand* Admiral of
the Ocean. Nor was that all. He also demanded ten
per cent of all profits from trade with the Indies in
Perpetuity. Incredible! The royal pair had to work
off their disgust in a tennis match. "I told you not to
bother with scurvey seamen. That's Portuguese busi-
ness. These Italians are even more greedy than Jews."
I suppose you are right, my wise husband," answered
the Queen, probably wondering if the curt dismissal of
the ghb-tongued promoter was not a mistake
SPANISH LEARNING
The conclave.of New Christians and Jews met to
discuss the final rejection of their plausible visionary,
who was willing to put his life in jeopardy by sailing
the unknown western seas. The learned among them
had perhaps scoffed in secret at the Royal Commission
for accepting as highest truth the archaic obiter dicta
of the primitive Church Fathers. Spanish scholarship
denied the circular shape of the earth and branded
Columbus a charlatan of the lunatic fringe. Yet neither
Jewish learning nor modern science would dismiss the
notion that the earth was a sphere. As men of busi-
ness, they perceived the advantages of trade with the
Indies of fabulous wealth.
JEWISH FEARS
Perhaps their intuitive fears were stronger spurs
than the itch for wealth. The Inquisition was making
arrests daily of Conversos no more guilty than them-
selves. There were also ugly rumors in the wind of a
move to expel all unconverted Jews from the joint
kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. A direct sea passage
to lands beyond the great ocean might yet prove their
salvation. The Indies, Cathay or Cepango contained
neither Christians nor Moslems. The pagan and heathen
was always noted for tolerance in religious matters.
Conceivably this seafaring adventurer with ready
tongue and contagious enthusiasm might yet find a
haven for the persecuted Jewry of Christendom.
DECISION TO HELP
This clique of money and brains might easily have
put up the funds for a caravel or two and sent Colum-
bus out on a private venture of their own. But their
swaggering promoter full of conceit and vain glory
would deal only with kings. How else could he attain
the coveted title, Don Christobal Colon, Grand Admiral
of the Ocean. No, the Queen must reconsider. The gift-
ed tongue of Luis de Santangel might sway the obstin-
ate Jezebel, who has 120 vessels in her own Castilian
navy. And if she pleads poverty, they must be ready
to make a loan to the royal treasury. But Colon had
already set out with his boy for France. A fast horse-
man can catch up with his two plodding burros on the
road to Seville.
LUIS DE SANTANGEL
The astute lawyer did not bore the Queen with in-
volved legal arguments. Let the jack tar have the
empty title of Grand Admiral if he finds a short route
to the Indies. As for his stipulations, unconscionable
covenants need not be enforced. But the eloquent San-
tangel's appeal was mainly along religious lines. What
a glorious opportunity to bring the blessings of Chris-
tianity to the benighted heathen. These cunning Jews
mused the Queen a lot they care about Christian
salvation. Yet she was affected all the same and la-
mented the empty treasury, as well as the high cost of
the recent war. "If I only had the money, Senor," .
"I'll lend Your Majesty 5,000,000 Maravadis for this
venture." The queen was trapped. "Send me your
sailor, I will sign his agreement."
THE HURRICANE
The New World was found; the course of history
changed; the modern era began. The Grand Admiral
sailed back to Europe on the smallest of the three
barks. A violent tropical storm caught him. All seemed
lost. The Pinta would surely sink with the supreme
discoverer on board. The preeminent voyage of all
time would never be known. Columbus did the only
thing possible under the circumstances. He wrote two
letters, sealed them in air-tight containers, and stood
ready to cast them into the raging Atlantic as the boat
went down. His chances of ever seeing Spain again
seemed one in a million. But the small kegs might
drift over to somewhere in Europe.
THE LETTERS
Writing these letters was an act of desperation, the
final performance of a man who fancied his end was
near. At such a moment even the exhibitionist Colum-
bus was hardly in the mood for histrionics. These let-
ters contained the incredible story of his expedition,
without parallel in human annals. Yet they were writ-
ten neither to the Queen, the King, nor the Cardinal-
Primate. One was addressed to Gabriel Sanchez, the
other to Luis de Santangel. In that solemn moment,
Columbus revealed his inner conviction as to the men
really responsible for his discovery. They were neither
Royalty nor all powerful Churchmen. They were New
Christians, who in all probability observed Judaism in
secret underground vaults.
ich High PTA
lens New Adult
ication Series
! first of a series of four ses-
ir Adult Education spon-
by the Miami Beach High
11 PTA will take place on
i morning, October
1 30 a.m., in the school
I
frr.r for the series is: To-
C ildren Tomorow's
i Bin Zion Ginsburg, chair-
I need that the presen-
will be in the form a radio
th the following mem-
'inn: the Mesdames
Emanuel Gold-
rbert Gu:man, Alexand-
Uexander Rubin, Max-
; and Samuel Wicsen.
ipating are Mrs.
West Miami Post
Sponsors Party
Meri and women of the West
Miami Post No. 273, Jewish War
Veterans, will sponsor a Mem-
bership Masquerade Party on
Saturday evening, November 8th,
8 p.m., at the West Miami Jew-
ish Center.
Purpose of the party will be j
to add to the membership roster
of the Post. The organization en-
gages in activity at the Veterans
and Kendall Hospitals, as well as
in other welfare work. i
Mrs. Frank Klein is in charge i
of arrangements for the Novem-1
ber 8th affair.
Flagler School Toasts
Pupils At Sukkoth Fete
The Sunday School of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center was host to some
200 children 'at its Annual Suk-
koth Party last Sunday morn-
ing, with Bernard Welkind, prin-
cipal, in charge of the affair as-
sisted by the teaching staff.
Tomorrow evening, October
11th, at 6:45 p.m., pupils of the
school will participate in the Sim-
chas Torah Party.
Carl Lcssncr, Dean of Boys, rep-
resenting the faculty: Mrs. Philip
LcikowUz, portraying the typical
parent: and Marlcne Planick and
Dick Sirkin, student participants.
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%1 orkiiH'ir.s Circle
Forum Tonight
The Workmen's Circle branch-
es and the Yiddish Ver'oand, in
cooperation with the Dade Coun-
ty Central Labor Union, have ar-
ranged an open forum on the
subject of the forthcoming presi-
dential election scheduled to-
night, 8 p.m., at the Lyceum, 25
Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Introduction to the discussion
will be given by Burton Nuchols,
president of the Dade County
Central Labor Union, and Joseph
Duntov, secretary of the Southern
District, Workmen's Circle. Ben-
jamin Gebiner, Assistant General
Secretary of Workmen's Circle,
will be moderator.
Sam Macy, manager of the
ILGWU, will introduce the speak-
ers.
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will meet at Howard Johnson's
Restaurant, 1100 Biscayne Boule- l
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a.m., to discuss final plans for j
the GO Campaign which starts I
next week throughout the coun- I
try. I
Julius Fisher, district secretary i
from Roanoke, Virginia, will ad-
dress members of the Lodge at I
an open meeting on Tuesday, Oc- J
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FRIDAY. QCTORPB
!c< I
EDITORIAL
Jadge Vincent Giblin
On Tuesday. October 14th, Florida residents
will go to the polls to select the candidate who
will fill the current vacancy on the State Supreme
Court Bench created by the death of Justice Roy
N. Chapman.
One of the candidates running for the office
is Judge Vincent C. Giblin. Judge Giblin is well
known to the Greater Miami community and par-
ticularly to the legal profession. He has made en
impeccable impression, also, on lay residents
here with a distinguished record as a capable
c:torney and jurist, havina served in the capacity
c: Circuit Judge in both Dade and Broward Coun-
ties and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of
the State of Florida.
Egually important with Judge Giblin's past
record in consideration of him as successor to
'he late Justice Chapman are the issues upon
which he has made an explicit stand. As Su-
preme Court Justice, Judge Giblin pledges to do
away with the huge backlog of cases currently
en the docket and to eliminate the attendant evil
c: juridical delay plaguing our highest court.
Having demonstrated beyond guestion his leg-
cl and personal proficiency thus far. as well as
his fairness and honesty which are so integral a
part of his professional practices, Judge Giblin
will bring to the position of Supreme Court Jus-
tice the proper dignity it so truly demands. He
will, as well, combat the trend toward financial
extravagance, inevitably a burden on the should-
ers of Florida taxpayers, which is now being con-
:emplated.
The salary Judge Giblin will receive as Su-
preme Court Justice is S2.000 a year less than
his current S14.500 wage; yet, he has eagerly ac-
cepted the challenae of the higher position. Cer-
tainly, this is an indication of his metal.
IN HUMANITY'S NAME
Previously, Judge Giblin earned the support
of the Dade County and Florida Bar Associations.
More and more during the past weeks, and even
during the past few days, local groups have is-
sued resolutions endorsing him. Now, we here
Grand Jury Investigation
A mixture of dead silence and vacrue *
of investigation followed last year's ser m
rages against synagogues, churches andV
housing development here, as well as th
of a prominent Negro leader in Minis'p"
It is heartening to note that at lon.a
Grand Jury inquiry is under way in Miam
the blessing ol Federal authorities. Thus fa
40 witnesses, including 12 alleged me
the Ku Klux Klan, have appeared for gui
Of course, we are concerned with Am
hension of the terrorists. More so, howiw?
we regard as significant the gesture ol uj
ial action against the encroachment T
liberties.
Should the Grand Jury uncover the soura
last year's terrorism, then we will have ckm
long way toward solidifying the appoint!
made over the decades in the field of humca!
lations. But even if the inguiry fails to
the culprits, we will be informing them,
they are, that such outrages can not be to]]
by law-abiding citizens.
The process of investigation, of itself, ha
least allayed some of our fears regardina i
ica's traditional concern for the dignity of jg
pie and their right to worship as they
at the Jewish Floridian urge the Greater
community to support Judge Giblin.
In the past, our editorial practice has btt%\
encourage residents here to exercise their i
to vote during political campaigns.
We feel that it is time for Dade Cou
represented on the State Supreme Court!
We urge our readers to support Judge VI
C. Giblin for election on October 14th.
Mapai Party Breaks Talks With General Negotiate with
Zionists For Broadening Coalition Jews 0n c,a'ms
f Continued from Page 1)
groups who walked out of the
c alition. But. he added, the
General Zionist Party had agreed
to the talks because it could not
pass up any opportunity to work
cut a program which would im-
prove conditions in Israel.
Dr. Bernstein's letter to the
Premier charged that when he
c-.tempted to pin the Premier
down to definite proposals on
which the General Zionist Party I
would enter the Cabinet, the Pre-
mier refused to commit himself,
and "the General Zionists saw
the door to widening the coalition
dosed."
Dr. Bernstein asserted that
though his party felt that "ad-
ministrative centralization of
trade unions, economic enterpris-
es, and social, cultural and edu-
cational institutions under one
political direction" would not
ease the tasks of the State, it had
undertaken the coalition talks
on the expectation that a broad-
ened government base would
guarantee "equality" of all forms
of enterprise and would thus
eliminate the "negative aspects
of centralization."
Meanwhile, Premier David
Ben-Gurion has pledged to reply
to Dr. Bernstein's letter and is
reported hard at work on a draft.
He is also expected to address a
meeting of the Progressive Par-
ty's Central Council. The party,
which has started listing its con-
ditions for joining the govern-
ment coalition, is said to be wait-
ing for the Premier's speech be-
fore concluding work on its pro-
gram.
Earlier, the council of the Gen-
eral Zionist Party, second largest
group in the Israel Parliament,
had authorized its leader, Dr.
Peretz Bernstein, to enter into
negotiations with Premier David
Ben-Gurion for General Zionist
entrance into the Government
coalition, provided that Mr. Ben-
Gurion make a specific offer to
the General Zionists.
A spokesman for the party said
that the Premier had had three
meetings with Dr. Bernstein since
the "crisis" precipitated by the
resignation of the Agudists from
the Government coalition and
Cabinet. These meetings, he said,
had been devoted to general as-
pects of the problems confronting
(Continued from Page 1)
ganizations. I believe that
a proper way will be found.
now
I
wish to draw attention to the
fact that it was easier for the
pfi-u> ui ine prooiems conironting ""-' *"' c"lcl *"c
the Jewish State, but no concrete ; German Government to settle the
suggestions had been presented. ; Jewish reparations problems be-
General Zionists properly remain- cause the entire income from the
ed skeptical over chances of special Nazi taxes imposed on the
agreement being reached so long
as the Premier persisted in "un-
Jews has remained in Germany.
Dr. Figl said that Austria had
realistic" offers on cabinent posts not received the property taken
to be given the General Zionists.
In negotiations preceding forma-
tion of the present cabinet, the
General Zionists had demanded
the portfolios of Treasury, Trade
and Industry, Education and
Communications.
Previously, Mr. Ben Gurion met
with Minister of the Interior
Moshe Shapira, leader of the Miz-
rachi. Workers' Party, which has
been seeking a compromise to
heal the split in the Religious
Bloc. No concrete proposals re-
sulted from this session, and fur-
ther meetings are to be held.
Meanwhile, the Government
faced further attack on its edu-
cational policies. The central
committee of the General Zionist
Party decided to call on Speaker
Joseph Sprinzak to convene Par-
liament for immediate discussion
of the Government decision to
I transfer the teachers seminary at
Beth Hakerem from the General
Zionist to the joint control of the
Government and Hebrew Univer-
sity. Parliament is now in recess
and is not due to reconvene until
next month.
The transfer would remove the
seminary from the General Zion-
from the Jews but nevertheless
had displayed its good-will by
concluding a credit agreement
with Israel "which we could not
easily afford." He described this
as a sacrifice to establish good
relations with Israel.
He urged the Jewish organiza-
tions to have confidence and re-
minded them that he had been
a Nazi prisoner in Dachau along
with the present leader of the
Vienna Jewish community. He
said that Austria did not wish to
enrich itself at the expense of
others but said, "we can only
return property which is still a-
vailable, like businesses, real es-
tate and dwellings but no money
or jewelry which disappeared."
He stressed the need for dis-
position of heirless property,
without other organizations rising
later to claim the same property
and warmly welcomed the unit-
ing of the four Jewish bodies to
deal with the problem.
Powerful opposition to restitu-
tion was voiced by Vice Chancel-
lor Adolf Schaerf, head of the
Social-Democratic Party, and
"strong-man" in the coalition gov-
ernment. In an hour-long inter-
UJA Plans National Leadership Mi
Cash Campaign Sets 535,000,000 Goal
NEW YORK With little
more than one week left before
an extradordinary two-day Na-
the United Jewish Appeal opens
tional Leadership Conference in
Washington, D.C., Jack D. Weiler,
of New York, chairman of the
UJA's three-month nation-wide
drive to raise $35,000,000 in cash,
this week urged communities
throughout the country to imple-
ment a special three-point plan
designed to produce immediate
dollar proceeds for presentation
to the Appeal on the weekend of
October 18th and 19th, at Con-
ference sessions in the Shoreham
Hotel.
Weiler, in a piea that followed
an emergency meeting last week
in New York of UJA's top level
National Campaign Cabinet, call-
ed upon chairmen and executive
boards of local drives to (1) stage
full-scale local cash collection ef-
forts, (2) secure immediate large-
scale bank loans, and (3) seek
commitments and payment now
of pledges that would ordinarily
be solicited after the first of Jan-
uary.
Weiler declared that "this ex-
traordinary effort by the United
Jewish Appeal has these two
crucial aims: (1) to help the
State of Israel meet the winter
ist educational "trend" and make v ^ w th the JTAh7* SXS
it a "non-trend" government in- | JS obiertiow tl\ T, "V?"*
stitution. According to the Gen- I a^eemSZ ruL r,est'tuUon
eral Zionists, this action is in vio- I c,pTeTnv Ila^m, h i ,'" ""'
lation of the agreement reached I by Israel a8ainst
last year between Premier David-
Ben-Gurion and the religious
group to continue the status quo
in educational policies.
Dr. Benzion Dinaburg, Minister
of Education, told a press con-
ference that from a formal and
legal viewpoint, the seminary
comes within the purview of the
State as do all other seminaries.
The Government, he said, was
not usurping the property of the
General Zionists or of anyone
else.
Austria, barred restitution for
money and valuables confiscated
from Jews by the Nazis or for
confiscated bank accounts, ex-
cluded claims based on property
m the Soviet zone of Austria
and the Leopoldtadt district of
Vienna, barred from claims as
Jewish, heirless property of Jews
who had renounced membership
m the Jewish community or had
entered into mixed marriages and
SLaSL re!titut,on Payments
should be made only to the Aus-
trian Jewish community.
Revise Insurance
Rates Downward
State Treasurer and Insurance
Commissioner J. Edwin Larson
late last week announced a re-
adjustment of fire insurance rates
in Florida effective November 1
1952.
Larson said "the adjustment is
the result of a year's study of
fire insurance rates by the In-
surance Department with the co-
operation of the Florida Inspec-
tion and Rating Bureau and will
effect a net annual saving to
Florida policyholders of approxi-
mately $2,000,000."
In announcing the latest fire
rate adjustment. Larson pointed
to the fact that during the past
five years the rates have" been
n'iled by approximately $3,-
000.000 which, when added to
this adjustment, represent a to-
tal saving of $5,000,000 annually
to Florida policyholders.
relief needs of 245.000 dq
immigrants now living in urthitl
ed tents and shacks, and <%T
help Israel greatly expand id
cultural production thereby haj
ing continued expenditure oil
dollar resources for the in
of food."
The noted New York bu
and realty figure, who
weeks ago met in Jerusalem i
Prime Minister David Ben-GI
ion prior to accepting leadenafI
of the UJA's nationwide all
campaign, noted that swift w|
nition of these aims in sewjl
communities has already troop"!
encouraging results.
The National Cash ChairaaJ
in calling attention to nert w*|
end's Leadership Conference, J
nounced that the Saturday eJ
ing and Sunday sessions wouldal
addressed by outstanding fiptfl
in American and Israel aflBJI
among them Oved Ben-AM
founder and Mayor of Nathw
Israel; Abba S. Eban. Israel Al
bassador to the United SUM
George Jesscl, who returned*]
ently from a special UJA mu"|
to Israel; UJA General Chai ~\
Edward M- M. Warburg and* j
ers.
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Ivertising Course
aens At McAllister
Evertising In Action, a course
L, red by the Charron Wil-
ms Commercial College and
feting i" the McAllister Hotel,
fcaj, opened to a capacity audi-
'l3Ft Thursday evening, Oc-
fer 2nd.
the audience, which filled the
I pooni of the hotel, heard
L course. Last night, Robert
hruin. advertising manager of
fdine's. Inc., discussed: Plan-
- And Coordinating Your Ad-
vising. ___________
imora Center Has
acuity Reception
Mrs. Sam Altman, president of
[jewish Center Sisterhood, an-
Lnced early this week than an
fen House Reception for the
tool's faculty will be held on
hday, October 19th, 8 p.m., at
) Center.
Members of the faculty are the
kdames Angel Ross, principal,
bis Barcus, Harry Raskin, Jaf-
Rostnthal and Stanley Harris.
Judge Giblin Flays Proposed Amendment
As Supreme Court Packing Attempt Here
In a state-wide radio broadcast from Tali.. Mondav night
Miami's Circuit Judge Vincent C. Giblin lashed out hard against the
propos-d constitutional axenr-rr.tnt to increase the Suoreme Court
of Florida from seven to ten Justices.
Judge Giblin said, "It the people of Fl< rlda will elect me to the
high court next Tuesday, October 14th, thev can be assured I will
not require additional help". .
The Dade County jurist, reput- "tl,is viciaus and retrogressive
edly recognized for the rapid ;
handling of cases which have
come before him and hailed by
his supporters as "one of the
great legal minds of the United
He declared that while the ju-
dicial system seemed far away
from the average citizen, he hop-
ed that the people would take a
real interest in their courts and
States", said the amendment was! wno administers them, urging si-
an attempt "to pack the Supreme multaneously that they go to the
Court of Florida". polls in the special October 14th
He charge the attempt to Gov- 'election,
ernor Fuller Warren and a clique \ Judge Giblin, in a poll of all
of the Florida Bar Association, j attorneys in Florida, received the
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and Women's Chapters, was out-
lined last week at a meeting in
the home of Leo Steinman, local
; chairman of the Veterans Com-
mittee, B'nai B'rith.
The weekly Thursday night
parties will continue, and it was
reported that a party each month
would be held for the entire hos-
pital. Mrs. Helen Sanders, Wom-
en's chairman, will assist Stein-
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highest vote, and in his own
congressional district, of all votes
cast, received 68 percent, while
his opponent in his district re-
ceived only 39 percent, accord-
ing to statistics released here this
week.
"I firmly believe the people of
Florida will give me a very large
vote and a big majority in next
Tuesday's election", Judge Giblin
concluded.
Ahavas Israel
Forms Sisterhood
Ahavas Israel Synagogue an-
nounces the formation of its new-
ly-organized Sisterhood last Sep-
tember 30th.
Elected officers are the Mcs-
dames Esther Gulko. president;
Mollie Fisher, vice president;
Bess Dashute. secretary; and Es-
ther Bloom, treasurer.
First major affair of the Sister-
hood will be tomorrow evening,
6 p.m., when its members play
host to children of the area at a
Sukkah Party. On Tuesday, Oc-
tober 14th. a special meeting will
take place, with Mrs. Nettie Tes-
sler *S#ng as hostess.
Student Sukkah Fete
At West Miami Center
Students of the West Miami
Jewish Center Sunday School
werevled in Sukkoth services last
Sunday morning by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader. Kid-
dush followed in tfce Sukkah with
I the Mesdames .Barbara Kalish,
j Essie Beigel, lone- Fogel, Lela
I Harris, Betty Breslpp, Alice New-
i mark and Shirley Harris acting
I as-hostesses.
Beach Branch To
Sponsor After
School Program
The Beach Branch of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center is sponsoring an aftsr-
s<\ ool program beginning Mon-
day, October 13th, and extending
through June 15th, 1953, accord-
ing to an announcement early
this week by Mrs. Thelma Beg'-c
Branch supervisor.
Children participating in the
progiam will be given transpor-
tation directly from school to the
Center daily, and will be returned
to their homes at 5 p.m.
The program will offer athlet-
ics, arts and crafts, music, dan :
ing, wood-working, photograp
Jewish Festival activities and
dramatics. A trained counselor
will be provided for the care of
every 15 children. In addition, a
public health nurse will make
weekly visits, and a group cf
local physicians is listed as me..".-
bers of the After School Program
Committee.
Fees for participation in the
non-profit venture will be $13
per month. Administrative costs
for operation of the program v .'.'
be absorbed by the Greater bCi-
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of
hf, Women
\tlnup Drive
iR'nai B'rith Women
Sties will continue their
Drive with a lunch-
home of Mrs. Max
'on Tuesday, October
i. t"rns h Mrs. M Lozoff.
iV ]4tri Street.
,, is also planning a
j t0 be held at the
ub in Coral Gables
October 28th, with
it in charge of ar-
Town Branch Nursery School Plans
Series On Parent-Child Relationship
!?^ 9?5L-2!l!?lR5 ch.ail-! d'rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will address the De-
I
r.ts.
Id Conclave At
tp Tequesta
been announced to
he Fifth Annual South Flor-
L Conclave on the week-
|0c1 iber 24th, at Camp Te-
Xendall, Florida, an-
ted Harry J. Sonz, chair-
lj the Greater Miami Zion-
I Con mission, sponsors
I ev< nt.
. ational weekend is op-
l, .!( wish hoys and girls
the ayes of 12 and 17,
lid. Highlighting the week-
be discussions on the
l Israel. Tsofim and the
Judaea program.
\i will be conducted by
, groups with con-
;l a bon-fire on Satur-
int Judy Shapiro, recent-
(t id from the National
Judaea Summer-In-Israel
f tell of her group's ex-
|ccs in the new state.
committee in charge of
leekend includes all Young
\ Leaders and the Mes-
H. C Moser, Young Ju-
Ichairman, Henry K. Sol-
F. Lesowoder and J. Par-
it /i Adults
h>( \\*>dnvsdnu
Klein, president of the Mi-
Y'ung Adults, announced
|trc group's next meeting
k beld on Wednesday, Oc-
15;:. 8:30 p.m.. in the Social
^f the Miami Beach Jewish
>
rt business meeting will
ac a game and quiz pro-
[ to be conducted by Claire
program chairman, and
Niditch, membership chair-
:go Court Opens
On Monday
lingo Court No. 12, Order
Amaranth, will hold its
meeting of the Fall season
today, October 13th, 8 p.m.,
[Lenox Avenue. Royal Mat-
Sol Meringoff will pre-
man of the Program Committee,
Town Branch Nursery School
PTA of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, announc-
es that her group plans a series
of monthly meetings for the next
six months which relate to par-
ental problems.
The series will include discus-
sions of daily behavior of child-
ren and seasonal programs which
will help parents better to under-
stand holidays and seasons.
The November meeting will be
devoted to a discussion of, What
Our Nursery School Can Do For
The Jewish Child. Rabbi Joseph
Narot, of Temple Israel, will be
guest speaker that evening.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
Zamora Sisters Play
Host To Marines Here
The Sisterhood of the Zamora
Jewish Center held a Sukkoth
Festival dinner last Sunday.
Six guest Marines from Opa
Locka were honored. They in-
cluded Don Burns, pianist, Burt
Mertzell, Art Simons, Cal Trop-
per and Hal Mason.
Wednesday, the Sisterhood held
its monthly meeting under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Dare Mat-
ter.
Gebiner On Variety Hour
Benjamin Gebiner, assistant
general secretary of the Work-
men's Circle and New York Yid-
dish radio commentator, will ap-
pear on Jacob Schachter's Variety
Hour, Sunday, October 12th, 2
p.m., over station WMBM.
cember meeting, together with a
group of experts, presenting a
special workshop on the Chanuka
Festival. Significance of the Hol-
iday will be fully explained, and
parents will learn of the many
ways in which they can make the
holiday more meaningful to their
children.
Mrs. Paula Selinsky will be
principal speaker at the January
meeting, when she will discuss
pertinent problems relating to
parent-child relationship. Mrs.
Selinsky is the wife of Dr. Her-
man Selinsky, Miami psychoan-
alyst, and lay analyst specializ-
ing in the treatment of children.
The February meeting will be
devoted to a discussion on, The
Healthy Child, in which the par-
ticipants will be Drs. Erna Klass,
pediatrician: Arthur Sokolow,
dentist; and Margaret Robins,
psychologist.
Subsequent programs are
scheduled to deal with a Holiday
Workshop on Passover, with
Schwartzman; a roundtable dis-
cussion on Everyday Problems Of
Raising Children; and a final
meeting conducted by Mrs. Clem-
ent Sievers, of the Silver Bluff
School, in which will be discuss-
ed methods of helping the child
coming from nursery school to
make adjustments before enter-
ing the first grade in public
school.
Peretz School Fetes
Simchas Torah Here
A Simchas Torah celebration
will be held at the Workmen's
Circle Peretz School, 1545 SW
3rd Street, on Sunday, October
12th, 8 p.m.
Principal L. Lasavin will speak
on the significance of the holi-
day.
A party for children and their
friends will take place Sunday
morning at 10 a.m.
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Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, mem-
bership chairman of the Brandeis
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
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the first in a series of monthly
membership teas will be held at
the home of Mrs. David Elkin,
1045 Fairway Drive, Miami Beach,
on Wednesday, October 15th, 1
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Proue.it Man of the Week and so rightfully! is Dr. Paul
Beck, the only musician and voice-coach from Grafter Miami who
has a lead-feature article in the new book. "Music and Dance in
the Southeastern Slates" edited by Sigmund Spaeth.
This is the tome so eagerly awaited here 2nd just a few days
ego finaily off the press. Last w;nter. Spaeth was around to eMCB.
verify and do some of his famous sleuthing. The survey embrace*
Florida. Georgia. Maryland. North end South Carolina. West Vir-
ginia and D.C.
I was happy to welcome Dr. Beck with lb* rook, for other-
wise I wouldn't have managed to get eyes on it for months. It's a
scrt of "exclusive" dedicated to the esoteric, and was fish in Dr.
Beck's mail that day. Of course. Dr. Beck's article concerned il-
eelf with "The Problems of a Vocal Education".
You recall Dr. Beck as having staged local teevee's first opera.
"Ksnsel and Gretel". He was Cantor at the former Tempje Isaiah
end since May has been conducting Wednesday afternoon chairs
lor the News Round-Up. WTVJ was wonderful, says he: without
a word to him. they snuk off and stole fine tree branches for his
wcodsy settings. Next enterprise he craves is to.,prodjJ* "Don
Gicvanni".
Incidentally. William Pcarlman lists throe Gre*Ur* .M:ahu names
on the Honorary Editorial Board for Florida, in this He\v rxxlK: John
Bit < r. Ruth Biotman ar.d Alexander Bloch.
OUT FRONT: THE COUNCIL:
First "straw vote" in the area fluttered up. as you know, at the
perky luncheon of the Greater Miami Section* Council of Jewish
Wcmen. A political line-up saw sopranos delivering powerful ban-
al at arguments for Ike. Stevenson. Nixon and Sparkman.
In a stroke of brilliant showmanship. Mrs. Martin Samuels
bed been picked to speech for Sparkman. WelL suh. Mrs. Samuels
originally stems from Columbia. S.C and is a beautiful stem at
that. She's Sylvia Friedman's sister. I read the newspaper ac-
counts, but greiifiedly saw no one mentioning the riotous reac-
:icn La Samuels quietly provoked. She'd opened with a broad
southern. "Ah must say ah expected that question" and for a
stunned moment, her audience grappled then giggled with the sur-
prising burlesque Solid glow she was. thuddin' away at civil
rights, the Negro. Fair Employment Practices and Misiuh Nixon.
Clever, also, was Sylvia Chertkof as Stevenson. Mrs. D. F. (Eis-
er.'r wen Breslauer and Mrs. David (Nixon) Catsman. We the
!e posed nifties at them through Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and
Mrs. Harold Rand Someone's bound to pull the old chestnut
fa: ".he Council of Jewish Women goes, so goes the Nation so for
ble political history, let's fix it here, fast: the Stevenson-Spaik-
ticket avalanched into office last Wednesday on a smashing
. 121 to 71.
Four keen voters who'd gravitated together at one table were
'Council members Mrs. William Wickman. Mrs. William Steinman,
Mrs. Robert Litowitz and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg. all doctors' wives.
Mrs. Wickman was also drum-beating for her Temple Israel Coup-
les Limited and its drama-for-funds Oct. 13th through 16th. in Kap-
lan Hall. Be seeing some of you there? I had an exciting talk with
Mrs Saul Herman, who always looks like something special. She
that their talented Vicki has just written from Syracuse Uni-
v-. :stty that by gosh, she's heading straight into law, not profession-
al ailet. This confirms Mrs. Herman's deepest desire. She didn't
stress it you know how we all talk: we want our kids to
''-.-. happy', pick what they love etc. but she hoped for a Por-
tia. Instantly I thought of the pun those portias of food she and
Saul serve at the Shelborne fulfill all hopes but I didn't dare. I
ean, all my puns get the most awful groans! So I'm pulling it off
. where nobody can stop rr.e because I'm all alone
... At our press table, Barbara Steiner was hostess, in a hand-
t-.-.e large black velvet hat. The table had the pleasant feel of
Council's last session in May (?) with Pat Fine busily making notes.
*ai wore an amusing combine: a red polka-dotted veil and red
-. -:a-dot gloves. Gal we missed was Mrs. David Kwsh, maidless
.-.;: unable to attend. Just about the time we got to talking about
Jul.et Oshlag and how she's doing in Memphis, Mrs. Myers read a
wire from her conveying best wishes to the u&# presidents. One
ifuen what she's doing in Memphis. ip. Council of Jewish Wom-
tr. .vork. And Dorothy seems to have a job. applying the psychology
ir- n the U. of Miami .
PEOPLE AND NEWS: M*%..
FAST MEMOS are rushing around all over this typewriter* A
:al nod to Louis Kantor and his Martha and Joe. Thanks for
> ar thoughts! Lou does sensational programing for his Hotel
Greeters Fast pace being paced by Ethel Shapiro. She's kinder-
E.'.en teacher at the Unitarians in the mornings, but an hardly
t-:n off the dial when Sam Gyson's talking. She plans, some of those
r night confabs for him From her I hear that rfelPn t.ee Bar-
11 s teaching ceramics there Margaret Ben Yomen'st new hair-
do had me doing a double-take to make certain it's she. She's en-
thusiastic about producing the "Mikado" and warmly invites all
>c. ngsters aged 11 to 16 to come into the cast. Just telephone
5--J428 ...
Rcyna Ullman Youngerman phoned just as I was winding up
fbe column, with news so vital I promptly kicked out a last para-
graph in order to carry it. She's chairman of the Beach's National
Art Week always held Nov. I 7 and urges every Beach
artist to send work. Sculpture, paintings, black-and-white, cer-
amics. One idea is to stege a Fifth Ave. of Art on Lincoln Road.
Max Drossin is the key man at the phone: 5-5256 Commillee-
nembers, prior to the larger auxiliary set-up. are Drossin. Tony
Loeb. Herman Binder. Mrs. Russell Pancoast. and California col-
lector Bernard Wyre.
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Mrs. Alexander Libow (loft), president of the Miami Beach Divia-
ion. Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin fright),
president of the Miami Division, are congratulated by Mrs. Irving
Lehrman upon their installation to office. Installation of the new
officers was held at Council's opening meeting Wednesday in the
Delano Hotel
Mrs. Gootman Tells
Audrey's Betrothal
The engagement of her daugh-
ter, Audrey Elaine, to Airmen
3-c Robert S. Foster. USAF. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Foster,
Willimantic, Connecticut, was
announced by Mrs. Mary Goot-
man. 717 Espanola Way, Miami
Beach, early this week.
The bride-elect's father is the
late Abraham Gootman. She is
a senior at the University of Mi-
Rabbi Gross Is
Honored At Meet
Hebrew Academy Room Moth-
ers yesterday held their
first meeting of the school year
! at the home of their chairman,
| Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Roy-
' al Palm Avenue, Miami Beach.
i
Honored was Rabbi Alexander
i S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew
i Academy. Rabbi Gross addressed
i the meeting on the philosophy,
I program and objectives of the
school. A special feature was
the showing of a film entitled
Bringing The World Into The
School.
Wolfson, Sterling
Betrothal Told "
Mr. and Mrs. A wi.
Brooklyn, New York Z """-I
nounced the engage,^""
daughter, ClonlTs'T.
Sterling, son of Mr ,, 5* J
Wolfson, 2220 SW lej ftj
Miami. l*x*B
Miss Wolfson is a teapv
the NeW York Citv P,,m, TI
System. She ><\^**
Hunter College and 5 ndUatM
studying for the uj^
Mr. Sterling was a mmZ]
the staff of the MianTM
Community Center SeH
uating from the UniversihQ?S
ami. he returned to k*M
Otv who e he ls preSen^
>ng for the Master's degree SS
New York School of so^a
Columbia University. ""I
The couple plan to be marj
in New York in DrcembeT*
Kahn, Seltzer To
Wed January 25th
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn.1
Royal Palm Avenue Mia-
Beach, announce the engagej
of their daughter, Shirley to J
Bernard Seltzer, son of Mr Jl
Mrs. Harry Seltzer, 1557 Mm3
ian Avenue.
The bride-elect graduated t
Miami Beach High School
the University of Miami. Sal
a member of Miami Beach Vsl
ada and a former resident i
Louisville, Kentucky.
Mr. Seltzer, formerly of,
York, attended Manhattan Ad
ation High School and sen
two years in the Navy. Hei
is a Masada member.
The wedding will take pbj
on January 25th.
Golda Myerson Chb
Pioneer Women, Golda Mr
son Club, will meet on Tue
October 14th, 8:15 p.m., at1
gregation Beth El.
Miss Audrpy Gootman
ami, where she is a member of
Delta Theta Mu, liberal arts hon-
orary, and the Chemistry Honors
Society.
Airman Foster is stationed in
Greenland. No date has been set
for the wedding.
Sclerosis Group Meets
The Miami Multiple Sclerosis
Association met Sunday after-
noon at the Roosevelt School,
with Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, head
of the Association's Medical Ad-
visory Board, as principal speak-
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Betrothal Of iMiss Dorothy Pepper
Lf Markinson; Bride Native Miami
L 1 Mrs. Morris Pepper, of 1833 SW 17th Street,
r ';',e engagement of their daughter, Dorothy, to
|ir.. -,, son of Mrs.
V ;mson and
Le Mr. Abraham
I New York.
L | per. a na-
f, vi. Krad-
,>i Senior
.. ; and at-
1 University
[,!. | She hns
' in B'nai
,i Unit of
Mssah and
C, .! Gables
ig Adult Group.
; .;nson, for-
Mew York,
[a;i;i from Texas
and served in
i, Air Corps
I tars.
I. ttended the
! tute of De-
n New York and
Tthr present op-
bg the Eveready
E i : Sales Co.
imi Beach.
wedding will
Iplacc December
Lt Beth El Con-
fcion n Miami. Miss Dorothy Pepper
PAGE 9
To
an
Miami,
Irving
|h El Sisters To Begin Book Series
h'gregation Beth El Sister-
Iwill inaugurate a series of
Reviews at a Desert Lunch-
Chcduled for Tuesday after-
Ortber 23th, 12:30 p.m.
ncipel speaker will be Dr.
Shmarahu T- Swirsky, Beth El
spiritual leader. Mrs. George Sol-
inger will act as hostess. The
review is scheduled as a tribute
to Jewish Book Month here.
Nefeer 2io ]$t 3fovgotten
In Memory of a very Kind and Gentle
I Lcdy a wonderful Wife and Mother,
a great communal (vorker, and a Friend
to All.
DORR GERTRUDE AUGUST
October 7th, 1947
Personally
Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks
have moved to their new home
at 4351 SW 5th Street.
ft ft ft
The week-end trip of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Clein was interrupted in
Havana by illness. Mr. Clein has
been confined to his bed for the
past week. Mr. and Mrs..Sidney
Raskin accompanied the Cleins
to Cuba.
ft tr ft
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisensfin. of
735 14lh Place, Miami Beach,
are currently vacationing in Euro-
ope. Their travels have already
included visits to France and
Switzerland. They will also mak?
stops in Italy and Israel before
returning here.
ft ft ft
Mrs. William Loeb, of 1937
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach,
has gone to New York for a four-
week stay.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, of
5736 SW 9th Terrace, Miami, flew
to Washington and New York,
where they celebrated their Gold-
en Wedding Anniversary with
their children, Mrs. Irene Chait
and Paul M. Greene. Also cele-
brating with them was Mrs. Syl-
via Mayer, of Brooklyn, New
York, Mrs. Greene's mother.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer, of
1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, are off for a five-
month tour of Europe and Israel.
ft ft ft
Just returned home from visit-
ing their children in Cleveland,
Ohio, are Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Friedman, of 1120 SW 13th Court,
Miami.
ft ft ft
Mrs. George Solinger, of 1521
SW 6th Street, Miami, will be
hostess to the Beth El Academy
Sisterhood on October 28th, in
honor of her grandson, Donald
Rothenberg, who will soon be
Bar Mitzvah. Donald is son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rothenberg,
Fall River, Massachusetts.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Malek
have returned to Miami Beach
following an extended vacation
in New York. Mr. Malek is as-
sociated with the law firm of
Kaplan, Dietz and Lasky.
Balkin To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will participate in a con-
ference held by the Council of
Church Women In The South in
Jacksonville on Wednesday, Oc-
tober 15th. Mr. Balkin is slated
to discuss and suggest projects
for social action programs to ad-
vance good human relations.
Membeis of the beth Dcvia Sisterhood who will participate in a
skit entitled. Sisterhood Gaieties, are Heft to right) ths M'asdame*
Harold S. Kaufman. Max Handshu. Phil Abrams. Jules Weiss,
Harry August. Isadore Berman and Albert E. Levine.
Beth David Sisterhood Holds 32nd
Annual Member Tea; Presents Skit
Mrs. Harry Laufer, president of
the Beth David Sisterhood, an-
nounces the group's 37th Annual
Membership Tea on Wednesday,
October 15th, 1 p.m., at the Syn-
agogue.
Members and their guests, af-
ter being greeted at the door by
Mrs. Max Bergman, membership
chairman, and Mrs. Frank Rose,
chairman of the day, will hear a
message of welcome by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Beth David spirit-
ual leader.
A skit, Sisterhood Gaieties, will
be presented under the d'rection
of Mrs. Phil Abrams and to the
piano accompaniment of Mrs.
Harold Berney. Club Chatterbox
will be portrayed by Mrs. Meyer
Forer. Mrs. Fred Sandier will be
Frivolous Sal, with Tillie The
Traveler, enacted by Mrs. M. A
Kleiman.
Other caricatures will be In-
tellectual Etta, by Mrs. Isadore
Bakst: Aloof, by Mrs. David E.
Parnes; Critizing Cora, by Mrs.
Martin White; and Bagel Baking
Becky, by Mrs. Nathan Davidow.
Also in the cast are the Mes-
dames Isadore Berman, Max
Handshu, Harry August, Jules
Weiss, Albert S. Levine, Phil Ab-
rams, Morris Rabinowitz and
Harold S. Kaufman.
Mrs. Ed Merlin, hostess chair-
man, will have assisting her the
Mesdames Ernest Sussman, Har-
old S. Kaufman, Sam Plotkin,
Murry Kossman, Bert Sher and
David E. Parnes.
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FRIDAY. OCTQBFP i0
Beth Sholom
Group Open Season
Th
Hi of th.
It Bit:- Shv'lor: S
4 ardiac 4'hapler
To Neel Tmemtmy
T:.t M'-ann Chapter, at t- < Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home.
I
GMJCC Opens Membership Drive With
Breakfast October 26; To Show Activities
The Greater Miami Jewish
October 14th. Community Center Membership
od will be at a gala U .; West Flalei Drive w.:i --pen with I
!
series of demonstrations will be
held designed to present to Mi-
ami residents a complete picture
p Tea or. V. '. J f> sv.. I
: Mrs Menus Bertnan,
fast Meeting on Sunday. October
Mth, according to an announce-
ment early this week by Leo
,,< mj peak Shiincr. chairman.
it For Us. All GMJCC Bottfd M4'mbe
tnd campaign workers will be
18th. will present at '-he meeting, Sheiner
aid. Aspects of the Membership
Drive will be discussed at that
time, with guesl speakers sched-
-eS.
Sheiner said thai the campaign
to inert membership of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center will be augmented by
Captains devoted to
- and
NOTICE UNDER F|CT,Tl
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th. ..,.d,n.|..,.t. i"^.?'VftII
TROPICAL 1.1
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V.' ;: n Membership Drive, old and new
: '' GMJCC :- will be feted
M <'n th- ,,n Open H'
Starting with the October 26th
duled to con-
.d n the State of tinue for a two-week period, a
-ally------------------------------------------------Age Group wil
Anr,ver. Sholeiti Lodge Hears
R<- Fisher, Good mark
: n : '""= Julius F iher, secretary of Dis-
..:.- agencies ana schools N 5 of Bnaj B-rith and
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Ml..I .,
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Leo Sheiner
of GMJCC activities. The Golden
:-:... A: North and
Goodmark. Florida State
Latin Ameraa and in the Near president o( Bnat B'nth. will be
ere ,d,slocat-! guest speakers at the meeting
privileged Jews re- f Sho,om ^^^ No 1024. Bnai
ged a pro- ceive technical training and up- B-rith on Thursdav evening. Oc-
"" lmmi*ra- tober 16th. 8 p.m.. in the Bay-
' ; IsraeL view Room of the McAllister Ho-
-.-. ,t Represented at the Convention ,
in N .. V rk wil] be some 30.000
v : ibers in 151 chapters and 18 shi dnve wlJ1 ^ dlscUSSld. and
, : .. r.s by their oOO delegates^ detaiU for ,he fund.ralsing af.
: -Irv-A^; -nt will be delegates of fair on November 9th. at the Five
...... ORT affiliates, withitheir aggre- oclock club will be outlmed.
Baum. Sate of another 80.000 memo.:- ____________________
1 Hold Joint Luncheon
since the Oc- The Dora Stem Sisterhood and
meeting at that time.
Other activities open to the
community for demonstration are
a special basketball game and
clinic, a teen age dance and young
adult social affairs.
of the i
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------------------------------ Card Party at the Center on
Flagler PTA Meets Tuesday. October 21st. 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Harry Buck Silverman is
TA of the chairman. "
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;, Herzl Hadossah To
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acting .hair- ., ~ ,,
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
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- embers, on Mondav.
Obituaries October 13th. 12:45 p.m.. at the
Belmar HoteL Guest artist will
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IELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
'WArf'WWWWW\tf<
kETH TFILAH Congregation
hold Hoshana Rabba serv-
this morning at 7 a.m. Even-
services will be at 5:45 p.m.
fcmini Azereth services are
Willed for Saturday morning
a m, with Yizkor at 10 a.m.
bbi Joseph Rackovsky will dis-
Spiritual Visitors. At 5
there will be a Farewell
kkah Party, with Hakofos
Ujng at 6:45 p.m. Services
Uay will be at 8 a.m. Daily
Vices are at 7:30 a.m., and at
p.m.
IjOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GUE will hold Hoshana Rabba
Cjces Friday morning at 7:30
[. Shemini Azereth services
f at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
jrices are scheduled for 9 a.m.,
, yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Sim-
[ Torah will be at 6 p.m. Sun-
morning services are at 9
EBREW ACADEMY will con-
I Hoshana Rabba services Fri-
morning at 7:30 a.m. Even-
services are scheduled for
I p.m. Shemini Azereth serv-
r will be Saturday morning
i:30 a m. Yizkor is at 10:30
[, with Rabbi Alexander
discussing: The Joy Of
Eng. Mincha will be at 5:30
|, followed by a Simchas Tor-
Party. Sunday morning serv-
i are at 8:30 a.m. Daily serv-
, are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:30
ETH EL Congregation will
Shemini Azereth services
|ay at sundown. Saturday
ning services are scheduled
8:30 a.m. Yizkor will be at
a.m., with Dr. Shmaryahu
}wirsky discussing: The Sad-
iWord In The Human Vocab-
Simchas Torah will be
lirday evening at 6:30 p.m.,
(Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m.
lofoth are scheduled for both
lices. Junior Congregation
pices will be observed both
in the Academy Hall. Can-
IWillinm Wolf will chant the
fgy at all services.

IAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
3UE will hold Friday even-
Shemini Azereth services at
I p.m. Saturday morning serv-
will be at 9 a.m. Yizkor will
at 11 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac
delivering the memorial
Jices. Simchas Torah will be
p.m. Sunday morning serv-
are at 9 a.m.

EMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
Ipm., with Rabbi Leon Kron-
discussing: The Translations
Torah. An Oneg Shabbat will
Pw with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
pan and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Iz as guests of honor. Sat-
^v services will be at 10:45
with Yizkor scheduled at
tune. The Simchas Torah
Pfos will be at 7:15 p.m. Can-
Samuel Samuel Kelemer will
Per the musical portions of
fcrvices.

f AMI BEACH Jewish Center
I nld Hoshana Rabba services
ay morning at 8 a.m. She-
Azereth is scheduled for
ay evening at 6 p.m. Satur-
n-ices will begin at 9 a.m.,
Yizkor at 10:15 a.m. Rabbi
H Lehrman wilj discuss: If
'get Thee O Jerusalem. Sim-
Iorah will be ushered in at
' Sur"day morning services
P 9 a.m. Cantor David Sil-
pan will chant the liturgy at
"Vices.
.
[>RAL GABLES Jewish Cen-
viil observe Hoshana Rabba
tin y mrnng at 8 a.m.
kht AoCreth services will be
L ca.1 8:15 P-m., when Rabbi
lw ? discusses: The Jew-
fmphasis on Study. The An-
^imchas Torah Parade and
*"' be on Saturday even-
Dart?'' W'th adulU and child-
PWcipating. Guests of the
First Methodist Church will visit
the Center Sukkah on Sunday
morning, 9:30 a.m. Fruits and
vegetables will then be distribut-
ed to local hospitals.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jewish Community Center will
conduct Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Reverend Leo
Heim officiating. Norman Lyons,
Miami attorney, will discuss: The
American Jewry. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for 9
a.m., with the Bible Class par-
ticipating. Yizkor will be at 10:30
a.m., when Reverend Heim dis-
cusses: Why Yizkor On A Joy-
Ail Holiday? Simchas Torah will
be celebrated at 8 p.m., Satur-
day evening. Sunday morning
services are at 9 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL Northside
Center will hold Sukkoth serv-
ices on Saturday morning at 9
a.m. Yizkor will be at 10 a.m.
Simchas Torah, with children
participating, will begin at 6:30
p.m. Sunday morning services
are scheduled for 9 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL will com-
bine its Sabbath eve service and
the concluding day of the Feast
of Tabernacles tonight at 7:30
p.m. A part of the ritual will
include the Simchas Torah Pro-
cession, in which children and
adults will participate. Officiat-
ing will be Rabbi Joseph R. Nar-
ot and Cantor Bornstein. On
Saturday morning, 11 a.m., the
concluding day of the Sukkoth
service will include Yizkor.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will usher in the concluding days
of the Festival of Tabernacles
during Friday services tonight at
sundown. Saturday morning ser-
vices will be at 9 a.m., with Yiz-
kor scheduled for 10:30 am. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches will officiate! Sub-
ject of a discourse to be delivered
by the Rabbi is: Are We A De-
feated Generation. Simchas Tor-
ah will be observed Saturday
evening, 7:30 p.m. A special pro-
cession with students participat-
ing will be held on Sunday morn-
ing, following services at 9 a.m.
Floral offerings will be by Nath-
an Alexander and family in mem-
ory of their wife and mother.

BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold closing services
for the Sukkoth Festival tonight
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., with
Yizkor scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will dis-
cuss: Our Bonds With Israel.
Simchas Torah services will be
at 6:30 p.m., with children par-
ticipating under the direction of
Benjamin Kamcnitzky and mem-
bers of the Congregation Sister-
hood. Sunday services will be at
8:30 a.m. Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will render the musical
portions of all services.

NORTH SHORE Jewish Cen-
ter will usher in Friday evening
Shemini Azereth services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 8:45 a.m., with
Yizkor at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will discuss: Com-
passion And Remembrance. Sim-
chas Torah Children's Procession
will be at 6:15 p.m. Sunday
morning services are at 8:45 a.m.,
with a Consecration service at
10:30 a.m. Cantor Edward Klein
will chant at all services.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
will hold Hoshana Rabba servic-
es Frioay morning at 8:30 a.m.,
with visiting Rabbi Aryiah Beck-
er officiating. Evening services
will be at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for 8
a.m., when Rabbi Becker will
discuss: Israel's Sacrifices For
The Benefit Of The World. Yiz-
kor is at 10:30 a.m. Reverend
Cantor B. Cooper will chant.
Mincha is at 5/p.m., with Hako-
foth at 7 p.m. Sunday morning
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Ahavai lirael Rahhi Isaac Kver, or-
thodox, :,lt, rsih Bt., Miami Beach.
Beth David Rabbi Max Bhaplro,
< onwrvatlve, 262.', SW ;|! Miami.
Beth ElDr. Shmaryahu BwtrSkT, Or-
Ihort..*. .mki sw 17th Ave.. Miami.
Beth JacobHabbl Mobph Mescheloff.
Orthodox, 301-tll Wash. Ave MB
Beth Sholom-Rahbl I.eon Kronlsh.
Liberal. 4144 ChaM Ave./ MR
Beth TfilahRabbi Joseph Ra.kov-
ky, Orthodox, Ml Euclid Are., Mi-
ami llearh.
Coral GablesRabbi Morrlt Kkop. Lib-
oral. 120 Palermo Ave., C. Cables.
Downtown Synagogue- >rthodox. 135
NW Srd Ave., Miami.
Flagler-Granada.",0 NW Jlst Tlace,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
(irosn, Orthodox. 918 6th St., M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Spring* Reverend
Irf-o Helm, 931 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah.
HollywoodRabbi Jacob Honix. Con-
servative. 2030 Polk St., Hollywood.
Iiraelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th
Ter.. Miami.
Kneeeth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
sel. Orthodox, 141S Euclid Ave.,
Miami Heach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving T Conservative, 1701 Wash. Ave., MR.
Miami Hebrew School KM.I>l Simon
April, Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.'
North DadeRabbi Harry F.MinRer,
Conservative, 13630 VV. Dixie High-
way, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Conservative. 620 75th St..
Miami Peach.
Temple liiraelDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. 137 NK ll'th St.. Miami.
Tifereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
West MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, .',720 SW 17th St..
Miami.
Young Israel Orlhdox, 4001 Chase
At., Miami Beaoh.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables.
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Simchas Torah services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with
Hakofoth at 10 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold Hoshana Rabba services
Friday morning at 8 a.m., and
Shemini Azereth at 8 p.m., with
Reverend Rudolf E. Brill officiat-
ing. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
A. Honig, in celebration of the
birth of their first grandchild,
Linda Rose. Shemini Azereth
services will be continued Sat-
urday morning at 9 a.m., and
will include Yizkor at 10:30 a.m..
with Mincha following at 5 p.m.
Simchas Torah services will be-
at 7 p.m., followed by a Child-
ren's Torah Party at 8 p.m. Sun-
day services are at 9 a.m., with
Mincha at 5 p.m.

WEST MIAMI Jewish Center
will observe the concluding days
of the Sukkoth Festival with
Hoshana Rabba services this
morning at 7 a.m. Shemini At-
sereth services will be tonight at
5:45 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate during Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m. Yizkor
is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Af-
ternoon services will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Simchas Torah,
with children participating. Sun-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m., when Rabbi Wax-
man will discuss: Significance Of
Simchas Torah.

FLAGLER-GRANADA Jewish
Community Center will hold
Sabbath morning services at 9
a.m., with Sunday morning and
holiday services scheduled for 8
a.m. Simchas Torah will be cele-
brated on Saturday evening at 6
p.m., and Sunday morning at 9
a.m. Daily services are at 7:30
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morning at 8 a.m. Evening serv-
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Azereth services are scheduled
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with Yizkor at 11 a.m. Simchas
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festivities under the co-chairman-
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PAGE 13
mien Limited Little Theater
up Opens With Doetors Orders
J\v formed Little The- ancj Mrs. Richard Pritikin.
j5up of Copies Limited,
L- Israel, will present its
T theatrical prjduction be-
| Monday evening, October
olay is a three act comedy
L Doctor's Orders, written
Furtz Gordon, and is under
Lection of John Burr, well-
in little theater circles m
, play will be performed on
consecutive evenings, Mon-
through Thursday, at 8:30
in Kaplan Hall, Temple Is-
1]37 NE 13th Street. Pro-
wl!! go toward the Rabbi
i A. Zwitman Religious
Fund of Temple Israel.
Urge of tickets is Mrs. Jack
linger,
least, primarily from Coup-
Richard Pritikin, stage
manager.
In charge of stage sets, lighting
and props are Jules Werner,
Lewis Gorfine, Jack Schillinger
and Sol Lewis. Among others
behind the scenes are the Mes-
dames Harold Stone, wardrobe;
David Lemelman, make-up; Les-
lie T. Bukstel, programs; Alex
Richard, ushers; and Mr. and
Mrs. Irvine Beinhorn, snack bar.
Miami Chapter
Plans Affairs
The Miami Chapter of B'nai
I B'rith will meet at the Miami
' Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion on Thursday, October 16th,
j 8 p.m.
A gala Simchath Torah enter-
includes Bertha Bur- .,
[Crol'yn Hess, Dorothy Ser- I tinment is planned, consisting
Pat Fine. ";-'" of dances and musical readings.
Shirley Rauzin,
d Pritikin. Josephine Ad-
ettie Werner. ReLoris Wick-
Jerome Dreyfuss, David
flman, Kenneth Stanleigh
Barvin Rauzin.
production staff is headed
Leslie T. Bukstel, presi-
|of Couples Limited; Jack
nger, business manager;
ie Drew Closes
laign Monday
ST PALM BEACH Judge
Tis Drew, seeking election
Hull term :>n the Supreme
in the special statewide
on October 14th, will
I up his campaign with a
tide radu address next
ky night.
tr visiting virtually every
p in the state in his per-
Wjr.paign. Judge Drew stat-
[havc carried my campaign
people of Florida on the
only issue involved in
^ct: that issue is the quali-
ns of the man running for
Jfice. I respectfully ask the
i of Florida to consider the
and background of both
lates.
pave made the people of
ate the only promise that
hdidate for the Supreme
| can properly make that
do my very best to be a
[judge."
lice Drew, who was appoint-
ive court when Justice Roy
fapman died, is a graduate
son University Law School.
[past president of the Flor-
ftate Bar Association and
resident of the Bar Associa-
West Palm Beach, where
practiced for 29 years.
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A social hour will follow.
The Chapter is also planning
an all-out affair at the Driftwood
Room of the Nautilus Hotel, on
October 19th, 8:30 p.m. The pro-
gram is under the supervision of
Mrs. Louis Cohen. The Leo N.
Levi Hospital and National Jew-
ish Hospital are beneficiaries.
Overall chairman is Mrs. Ber-
nard Tytell. Ticket co-chairmen
are Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. George
Lieberman and Mrs. PhiHp Coe.
Beach Branch Plans
New Athletic Agenda
The wheels have begun to turn
in preparation for one of the
most complete Health and Phys-
ical Education Programs ever ar-
ranged for Greater Miami resi-
dents.
The Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
i ity Center will offer this area
| programs including activities
| ranging from shuffleboard for
| Golden Agers to badminton for
the younger set, Mike Mescon
said early this week.
Monday will be ladies' night
at the Center. Mrs. S. J. Spector
will lead a women's health pro-
gram which will include calis-
thenics, volley ball, badminton,
lectures on diet and other phases
of health care. There will also
be weight lifting, tumbling and
body building for both male and
female Center members under
the supervision of Dr. S. J. Spec-
tor.
Tuesday will be Teen Age
Night, with archery, roller skat-
ing and weight lifting.
Wednesday is scheduled as
Men's Night, with sports clinics
and lectures. For Golden Agers
there will be shuffleboard.
Thursday is Tournament Night,
with teen age activities, weight
lifting and fishing. Friday there
will be a swimming program.
On Sunday morning, there will
be an athletic program for men.
Afternoons, touch-football is
scheduled at Memorial Field.
Dancing will round out the week
on Sunday evening.
Call For Area
Participation In
Book Month Here
A call for community partici-
pation in National Jewish Book
Month was issued here by the
Jewish Book Council and signed
by Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman,
chairman of Extension Activities
Committee, Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, and Leon Kaplan, pro-
gram chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Tentative plans call for exten-
sive exhibits in public and Jew-
ish libraries, book reviews, .-tiin-
ulation of book programming in
Jewish organizations and wide
use of both radio and television.
Jewish Book Month will be
celebrated from November 7th, to
December 7th.
Laurel Court Meets
Laurel Court No. 11, Order of
the Amaranth, will open its Fall
season on Monday, October 13th,
8 p.m., at 215 NW 4th Street.
Mrs. Mabel Webster, Grand Lec-
turer, will make her official visit
here.
Mount Scopus Hadassah
, Mount Scopus Group of Hadas-
sah will present a skit at their
meeting on Monday, October
13th. 1 p.m., in the Beth El Aud-
itorium. Mrs. David Marmer,
membership chairman, is in
charge of the affair.
Sharet Chapter Has
Oneg Shabbat; To
Meet On Tuesday
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold an Oneg
Shabbat tonight at the home of
Miss Pauline Bender, 1620 SW
18th Avenue, Miami.
Invited are members of Shol-
em Lodge, B'nai B'rith Men.
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of the University of Miami Hillel
Foundation, will officiate at the
Sabbath services. Miss Lila Gold-
en is in charge of arrangements.
The next regular meeting of
the Chapter Young Women will
be on Tuesday evening, October
14th, at the home of Miss Sylda
Botwin, 116 Sevilla Avenue, Cor-
al Gables. Dr. Florence Wechs-
berg, psychologist, will be guest
speaker.
Also on the agenda of the meet-
ing will be further projects for
community service other than
making dolls for cerebral palsy,
one of the group's main pro-
jects. Committee chairman for
community service is Miss Elaine
Haidt. Miss Lorraine Kahlen-
berg. president, will officially
welcome back all members.
Season Planning
Viewed by County
Committee Here
Organization"''of the season's
activities for unmarried young
adults was considered at the first
meeting of the new County-Wide
Young Adult Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, with A. Budd Cutler
as chairman.
Participants heard representa-
tives of the young adult groups
of the Town and Beach Branches
describe the programs of last
season and their plans for the
future. The County Committee di-
rected the various branches to
resume the most popular phases
of young adult activities here,
Cutler said.
Participating at the Committee
meeting were Beatrice Huber-
man, Charles Lippitz, Rhita Lip-
pitz, Judith Youngerman, Nor-
man Pallot, Jules Vogel, Gene
Shane, Esther Branson, Trudy
Shrier, Alan Samet, Marvin
Schwartz. Marvin Lewis, Sey-
mour Gelber and A. Budd Cutler.
B'nai B'rith
Youth Committee
Meets Monday
The regular meeting of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Committee
will be held on Monday, October
13th, 8:15 p.m., at the Miami
Colonial Hotel, it was announced
by Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chair-
man.
Concerned with formulating
policy of the local B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization with a mem-
bership of close to 500 teen ager3
and young adults, the Committee
consists of the representatives of
the adult B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Women's Chapter here which
sponsor the youth groups.
The meeting will include dis-
cussion on policy with repect to
such sponsorship, Williams said,
as well as a report of the Advisor
Personnel Committee regarding
recruitment and training of
guides for youth chapters.
A review of the responsibility
of the Committee in helping
youth here prepare for the An-
nual Florida Regional Conven-
tion on December 27th, will also
be given.
Flagler Women To
Hear Mrs. Hughes
At the regular monthly meet-
ing of the Women's Group, Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center, scheduled for Thursday
evening, October 16th, 8:30 p.m.,
guest speaker will be Mrs. Fleda
Hughes.
Mrs. Hughes is known here as
an authority on plant life and
tropical shrubbery.
Mrs. Sidney Stiller, chairman,
has completed plans for a series
of winter luncheons which will
j start the latter part of this
month.
Israeli Group
Presents Skit
The Israeli Group of Hadassah
will hold its initial meeting on
Monday, October 13th, 1 p.m., at
the Cromwell Hotel.
Mrs. David Koch, membership
chairman, will induct new mem-
bers.
A skit entitled, Bollah Busta
Comes Alive, will be presented
by the Mesdames M. Bernstein,
M. Friedman, A. Hauer, B. Klei-
man, H. Sturm and G. Warner.
A musical program by Mrs. M.
Edell will follow.
Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan is presi-
dent of the group.
North, Shore Meeting
The first general membership
meeting of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center will be held Sunday,
October 12th, 8:30 p.m., at the
Center. A musical program fea-
turing noted artists will be pre-
sented.
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17th, will be three student-writ-
ten and produced plays.
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FWDAY,
OOTObq,
Fund Council Will
Present Certificate
To Minister Here
The Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami will
meet on Wednesday. October
15th, 8 p.m., in the Whitman Hall
of Congregation Beth Jacob.
Election of officers will take
place, with reports following by
committee chairmen.
Principal part of the program
will be the presentation of a cer-
tificate of the planting of a 1.000-
tree grove in Israel to the Rever-
end and Mrs. Theodore R. Gib-
son in memory of their late son.
Theodore Gibson, Jr.
A pilot for the El Al Aairhnes.
Israel. Gibson lost his life last
year in an airplane crash while
delivering manufactured goods
from the new Jewish state to
Switzerland. Previously, he
fought with the United States
Armed Forces during World War
II. seeing action in the Pacific
Theater.
The late airman subsequently
joined Palestine's Jews in their
War of Liberation during which
he heroically participated in com-
bat.
The Reverend Gibson is a re-
tired Christian Minister, resid-
ing with his wife at 3504 Doug-
las Road. Miami,
Plan Zionist
Youth Meeting
The Fall meeting of the South-
ern Zionist Youth Commission,
joint Youth Agency of South-
eastern Zionist Organization of
America and Southern. South-
eastern and Florida Hadassah
Regions, will take place at the
Hotel De Sota in Savannah.
Georgia, on Monday. October
20th. according to an announce-
ment released by Jack Becker of
Jacksonville, chairman.
The all-day session was called
for immediately following the
Southeastern Zionist Organiza-
tion of America's annual Confer-
ence to be held in Savannah dur-
ing the weekend of October 17th
through 19th. Business to come
before the Fall session of the
Commission includes election of
officers, adoption of the 1952-53
budget and policies concerning
the youth groups sponsored by
the Commission: Junior Hadas-
sah. Young Judaea and IZFA.
Dromedary Seeks Perfection Of Biblical
Date; Imports Them From Historic Areas
In
IZFA Opens Season
The University of Miami Chap-
1 ter. Intercollegiate Zionist Feder-
ation of America, held its open-
ing meeting of the school year
last Sunday evening at Hillel
House. Ponce De Leon Boule-
vard. Coral Gables.
this synthetic age of ours,
we're all too often inclined to
forget that nature frequently an-
ticipated man's proudest handi-
works by a good many thousands
of years and sometimes did
a better job of it, too.
Long before the first confec-
tioner, for example, had discov-
ered that a blend of certain in-
gredients can produce sweet-
tasting delicacies nature had de-
voted the greater part of several
hundred centuries to creating the
perfect sweetmeat, famed in the
Bible as the fruit of the Tamar
Tree and better known to us as
the date.
The most celebrated delicacy
of ancient feasts, the date re-
tains its popularity at holiday-
time today; often the sole sus-
tenance of desert nomads, it is
recognized today as one of the
Star Chapter Dance
Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith
'.'.' m r will hold an Early Bird
on Sunday i i Octob-
er 12th, at t Son nto Hotel.
Pro eeds arc
scheduled for B'na; B'rith pro-
-
Louise Chapter Social
The Louise Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, will open its
Fall social season with a Mem-
bership Luncheon and Card Party
on Wednesday. October 15th. at
12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs
Ben Greene. 5534 Pinetrce Drive.
ssea will be the Mesdames
Ben Greene. Herbert Young. Har-
ry Genet and Phillip Mandel.
Roosevelt Sisters
Meet. Play Host
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pyth-
J ian Sisters, will hold a regular
meeting and play host to the Dis-
! trict on Wednesday. October 15th,
8 p.m., at 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Final plans will be made for
j the Halloween Mahj Jong and
I Card Party to be held on Octob-
: er 29th. Chairman of the event,
) Mrs. Manual Rudes. has announc-
ed that proceeds of the affair
are scheduled for charity.
Following the regular meeting,
Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks. Most-Ex-
cellent-Chief of Roosevelt Tem-
ple, will turn the gavel over to
Mrs. Ethel Greenbaum, District
Deputy Grand Chief, to preside
over the district meeting.
Daughters are learning...
"MOTHER KH0W2 BEST/
most nearly perfect foods known
to man.
But not all dates are alike in
quality. For some strange reas-
on, despite man's most painstak-
ing efforts to adapt it to new
regions, new soils and new cli-
mates and even despite his
efforts to duplicate the original
conditions under which it grows
the date palm steadfastly re-
sists all tampering with nature.
It still grows best, it still at-
tains its greatest delicacy of tex-
ture and flavor in those same
Biblical regions where it orig-
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That is why the packers of
Dromedary Dates have always
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those regions. The superiority in
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generations, has been synony-
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AGE 15
LEGAL NOTICE________
^TlJNDER FICTITIOUS
,Ct NAME LAW
Lt.l- is HEREBY GIVEN that
tSderslgned, desiring lo engage In
Cm under the fictitious name of
R, K MARKET ("Srocery and
Lo Departments). aW 41t
, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
&.,ter said name with the Clerk
S5 circuit Court of Hade County,
// MARK SLOTKIN
/"/ LKONA SLOTKIN
Ltr & GENET ,
,'nU< foi Mart and Leon* Slotkln
_ jO/S-JO-17 _____________
unTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,N0T NAME LAW
UtiCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
f ,|.- slKiicd, desiring to engage In
i;;l. under the fictitious name of
T-K'l'\.i' M > LOWNQB. at 20OS
faa Ave Miami Heach, Ha., In-
B* to" register said name with the
E of Hi. circuit Court of Dade
}' vaNDEKHILT BAR. INC.
liSSTKIN. W EINSTEIN
fWBINSTEIN
I Lincoln Road
mi Beach, Ha.
frneyi for Vanderbllt Bar. Inc.
\lt-\J-U ________
TH
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153408
EI'H KlU I'A, Plaintiff
If. KIU'I'A
Beechwood Place
ateii Island 14, New York
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PK.-S M. KRUPA
bu arc hereby notified that a Bill
Complaint for Divorce has been
I igalnsl you, and you are rc-
le 'leadinK t<* 'he Bill of Complaint
to plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN
BB8SLER, 2200 W. FIngler St..
m. I ,.i and file tho original
ver or Pleading In the office of
I'l.ik of the Circuit Court on or
the ills! day ol October, IMS,
bu fall to do so. Judgment by de-
will be taken against you for
relief demanded in tho Bill of
(plaint.
BNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
IJUa, this :-t day of October, A D.
i: B. leathehman.
Circuit Court.
Pnde County, Florida
kit IV.: I Seal)
By (!. it. HARPIE,
Peputy cicrk
0-17 : I
LEGAL NOTICE
flOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
nci: is HEREBY GIVEN that
flsdersigncil. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name uf
RKLL ENTKRPRI8EB, at 6100
Iree Drive, Miami Heach, Fla.,
to register said name with
I Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I County, Florida.
UiiC.KIt N TKKREM,
flEoRUIA OLEff TERRELL
ITD a TOWLE
Lincoln ltd.
tii Beat h, Fla.
ratu for Roger N. Terrell
cl Georgia tiles Terrell
19-28 10/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'I'" i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage in
iesa under the fletltioua name of
I1SCAYNE TRAILER SALES
N. I. Second Avenue, Miami,
.intend to register said name with
K lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
nty, Florida.
HERBERT C.OLDBERGER
ELEANOR GOLDBEROER
_ Owners.
H SILVER
y for Applicants
I" 3-10-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
f'lK'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gnderslgned, desiring to engage In
Bess under the fictitious name of
F'KS SANDWICH SIMP, at 101
Ilaa-i Second Avenue, in the City
fi.oni. I -'..it ida, Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the
u Court of Dade County, Flor-
TKI
day
at Miami. Floiiila, on this
of September, 14)51,
'/ II. It. CORPORATION
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L.. ., NAME LAW
ITU 1. is HEREBY GIVEN that
vnaerslgned, desiring to engage In
Iv'wvi.' ""' flc,l"ous name of
\MNI. OP MIAMI (Present bus-
b address to be 19 8. W. 2nd
'Miami, Florida), Intend to reg-
I the said name with the Clerk
,'/, ''.',"" .Court of Dade County.
"* ''ate the said business
(oinnieiiciiiK was October 1, 1952.
LOUIS H. ZIMMON
one-Half Interest
SYLVIA Z. ZIMMON
I 10,3-(pTHalf ,n,ere8t
POTIC
tipe
bndet
I
i i:
. I.
F'- Ml
.
I
I
hi
It
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
's HEREBY GIVEN that
igned, desiring to engage In
iirter'the fictitious name of
\ II BENZOL el,i:\N-
11 NDRT, at N s \v. 7th
1 iotlda, Intend to reg-
with the Clark of
Court of Dade County.
ISA DOR HERSKOWITZ
sii vi-!'Y HERBKOWITZ
Spi lloanU
i Bid*,
Pl.-i.
I I S-lfl
I
I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ITiim- ,NAME LAW
), is HEREBY GIVEN that
x m?' ',ll'--i'.n to ebiaca u.
,1|.|, ''"rV!1'J1" fictitious name of
' .l;sVNN"'':"' service.
iVli'i- ,> EMPLOYMENT1
|N'.'- BEACH EMPLOYMENT
T si. -pm ni,BEACH EMPLOY-
, mSsM^^HL"-! > Espanola
!saT. ?ach- VU- ""tends to
ICircnU r"^1"? wl,h ,he Clerk of
Ida Court Dade County,
- P10/3-IloH' ME,DBNBERa
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN.THE COUNTY JUDGS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. '
. No. 28741-B
In He: ESTATE UK
BERNARD C. ERIEDMAN
a/k/a BERN1K C. FRIEDMAN
T<7 A" Cre,dl,ors and All Persons Hav-
\PK. y."1" or 1,amands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby-
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which you or
either of you, may have against' the
estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
cle.vased late of Dad- County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges j
of Dade County, and file the same In
their office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date September 24. A.D. 19J2.
JOYCE FRIEDMAN
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
Deceased.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for .Administratrix
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami lieacb. Fla.
10/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
!ne,,""l,'l','*nc<'. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CALAIS MANOR at 177:, Calais Drive.
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
"i!..n.f 'Jade County. Florida.
fcwBETJ10 h,:ai-tv '"MPANY. inc.
BKHIi'k. SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorney! for Owner
1L' Lincoln Road
10/3-10-17-LM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name uf
THE I LN SHOP, at 302 Aragon Av-
enue, Coral Gables, intends to register
said name with the. Clerk of tht.Clr-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
TED FRI'TKOFF
Sole Owner
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VALUE SPECIALTIES COMPANY,
at 6601 S. Dixie Highway. Miami.
I iorida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of i'ade County. Florida.
STANLEY RASKIN
GENET A GENET
Attorneys I-'or Stanley Raskin
lti/ln-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\r BRA FABRICS & FOAM RUB.
PER PRODUCTS, ai 920 71st Street,
Miami Pea.h. Flprlda, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
PAUL SCHWARTZ
I Paul Schwartz)
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SAWDUST TRAIL at SM0 N. W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERTA M IMRTER
STEPHEN 1 KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLYMPIA REALTY, at 505 Olympia
Building, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Reg. Real Estate Broker
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iimler tin- fi. tltlous name "t
INDIES RATTAN, at 300 N. E. 71st
Street. Miami, r .orlda. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida
ELI SHEPPARP
HILLIE SHEPPARD
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Indies Rattan
10/10-17-24-31 ______________
Statement of the Ownership. Man-
agement, and Circulation required by
the Act of Congress of August 24,
1<12. as Amended by the Acts of
March S. IMS, and July 2. 1946 (Title
39. United States Code. Section 233)
of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. pub-
lished weekly at Miami, Florida, foi
Oct. 2nd. 1952. ja
The names and addresses of the
publisher and editor are: Editor-Pub-
lisherFred K. Shochet. P. O. Box
2973. Miami 18, Fla. _m
The owner is: The Jewish Florid-
Ian, Not Inc.. Ethel Shochet, IPred
K. Shochet, p. O. Box 2973. Miami
The average number of copies of
each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the malls or otli-
rwtae, to paid subecrlbere during the
1" months pr.......Iln> the date shown
above vai D K gHocHjyr.
Editor-Publisher
Sworn to and ibscrlbed before me
this (M) commission i gpln Bept< Dtbei
6. lite), _______________
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CRCU IT. DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153503
BILL FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH J. VBLTHAUS, Plaintiff
Fii.i'.KN P \ci.tii \is. Defendant.
YOU EILEEN P. VEI.TIIA1 S are
hereby reunited to serve co,n 01
answer P.' r?
on plaintiffs attorney, and file <>.
Inal answer with .;."!.; rimed ;-.,'
,.;,.->,. on or before Novembei K."n>
or default thereof will be entered.
Dated. OctObg ^^HERMAN.
Clerk
(Court SeaO R R,CE m
Deputy Clerk.
PERRY BITTEL. Plaintiff "Attorney.
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beacn.
10/10-17-M-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ILA.MINGO liRILL AND SUNDRIES,
at 4034 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami,
Intend to register salil name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIS H. DYER
__^...... ALEXANDER KAY
STEPHEN F. KESM.ER
Attorney for Owners
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH BENDIX COMPANY,
at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES W EINl A RT E N
M A RG1E W E1N G A RT E N
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. 153059
MARIE WILLIAMS. Plaintiff,
vs.
RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RANDOLPH WILLIAMS
270 West 144th St.,
Apartment 7.
New York City, N.Y.
You. RANDOLPH WILLIAMS, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
gainst you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
thev plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
ESQ.. 8 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of October, MM. If you
fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I" i.NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th day of September,
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G B HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
9/19-26 in 3-10
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 5851 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
A LI-RED KRE1SLER
Attorney for Owner
9/19-26 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
RAYCO AUTO SEAT COVERS, at
8221 Blscayne Blvd.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD BLOOM
SANFORD D. JACOBSON
9/19-26 10/3-10
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: R' >SE RYDER
Norrlstown, R.D. 1
Norristown, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a cony of your ans-
wer or pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney.
RICHARD K. SHEPARD. 2200 West
Flagler Street, Miami, and file the
original answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 13th day of
October. 1952. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of September,
A.D.. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
9/19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153093
BETTY ANN PERKINS. Plaintiff
LUTHER JACKLISON
PERKINS, JR., Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I. kllaon Perkins, Jr.
-i i are hereb notlfli d thai
of Comp ill for i >lvo hai
filed against you, and you are re-
.- ii ve a .! | : yout \n--
to the B
, ,|. t on lh( plaintiff'! Attorney,
STEPHEN I". KESSLER, 2200 West
Plaglei St., Miami. Fla., and file the
: \ iswei or PU adlng In the
of the i lerk of the Circuit
Court on or bef";.- the 17th Day of
ei. l5i. It you fall to d
ludgment >> default will be taken
il you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of September,
AD., 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
/19-8 10/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153037
WILLIAM 1). PHELAN, Plaintiff
vs.
AGNES ESTHER PHELAN
Defendant
663 Lake 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 you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint .on the- .plaintiff's Attorney,
STEPHEN ,F. KESSLER. 2200 W.
Flagler Stf.' -MWmi, Florida, and file
the ortKiiuJ Answr or pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court <>n"*r Before the 17th day of
October,. 1852. If you fall to do so.
judgment by cfefault will be taken
.igainst you [re th,. relief demanded
In the:Bill,.n{ Complaint.
I ">NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tills l.Mh dnv of September,
A.D. 1952.
E. Bv, LEATHERMAN,
HC)glrsvJCirriilt Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy -Clerk.
9/19-26 10/3-10 ..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO., at
TS.i N. e. 2nd Ave., Miami, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RIISEN FRIEDMAN
CHARUrTTE J, BARKAN
Attorney for I iwner
M7 Seybold Bldg.
I' tt 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tb.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TURF MOTEL at 7000 N. W. -.'7111
Avenue, Miami, Floiiila. intends to
register said name with the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
27 CORP.. a Florida corporation
GENET fc GENET, E8QS.
attornej I f*-i -7 I "orp.
9 19-il 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
STONEY PINE TAVERN, at 12
N. W. 27th Ave., Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH SMITH
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
9/19-26 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
STOCKADE SHOW BAR
at 5731 N. W. 2nd Ave. Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BURT JOHN80N
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
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
BARARA JEAN MANSIONS
at 956 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Plot Ida., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS R. MILLER
JOAN I.EVINE
KORSUN
MORRIS
: -; lo/i-io-17
NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business ulider 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.
ERNESTINA AREU,
Bole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owner
9 2ii 10.3-1(1-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fli tltious r.ime of
i >R \l, GABLES Dim; BTORE, at
110 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gab-
les, Florida, intends to rcgtsfei said
name ith the Clerk of tile I'ircllit
; nf Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL GELBOND
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Samuel tlellmnd
9, :: i LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28820-B
In Re: ESTATE IH-
CLARENCE SI.INN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hi
notified and required to- present any
claims and demands which yon. .;
either of you. may have again-t i -
estate of CLARENCE SUNN, de-
ceased late of Rocklaiul County, New
York, lo the Hon. W. F. BLANTON
ami FRANK B. DOWLING, County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their office In the C
Courthouse In Dade County, F|.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication he 'i -
of. S'ald claims or demands to
tain the legal address of the cla:
and to be sworn to and present'
aforesaid, or same will be lia'r-
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date September 24. A.D. 1952.
HELEN L. SUNN
CLARENCE SLINN, JR.
As Ancillary Executor
Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of
CLARENCE SLINN.
Dec,
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
By: I-ouis Heiman
Attorneys for Ancillary
Executor and Executrix
9/26 10/3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23002
RE: ESTATE OF
MAN COHEN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary El -
ecutor of'the estate of MAX COHEN,
deceased; and that on the 24th day
of October, 1952. I will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Da
County, Florida, for approval "i
final reporl and for final di-
ns Ancillary Executor of the I.
of max COHEN, deceased
This lsth day of September,
/s/ HARRY kaiin
formerly known as ii i
I'ohen, Ancillary Executor
of the Estate of M -.
Cohen. Deeeasell
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Executor
9 -'0 l" 8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
ACE T V.
at 11101 N w 7th Avenue. Miami. It
tends to register said name wit!
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RoERT B. CLIFTON
9/26 10/1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious nan.
GADGET FAIR, at 400 N. E 7 -
Street, Miami, intends to reg
said name with the Clerk of th.
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAYV-N-PAW SHOPS. Inc.
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
420 Lincoln Road
Attorneys for Applicant
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nann if
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS, at 400 N. E.
79th Street. Miami, intends to reg
said name with the Clerk of tli
Circuit Court of Dade County. FI
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS. Inc.
BERICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
420 Lincoln Road
Attorneys for Applicant
9/26 10/3-10-17
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