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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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igistered Nazi Agent Thompson Working In US
YORK iorking for the Socialist Reich Party, a Nazi-line political
! Germany, was discovered here following a statement is-
rVg American Jewish Committee charging that the Social-
ly party has not disbanded as party officials announced last
American representative of
tty, it was established by
(c is Harold Keith Thomp-
t 30. an American-born
>aduate and a Navy veter-
has registered with the
Lent of Justice as Ameri-
fcnt for the neo-Nazi group,
which is considered the post-war
successor of Hitler's Nazi Party.
He has not notified the govern-
ment agency that the party which
he represents was supposed to
have disbanded.
In a statement to the press,
Thompson "explained" that since
the reported dissolution of the
party, he has been unable to com-
municate with its leaders, Dr.
Fritz Doris, member of the West
German Parliament and a form-
er Nazi, and Major General Otto
Ernst Remer, who smashed the
1944 plot against Hitler in Ber-
lin.
"I believe they are in custody,"
Thompson said. "I certainly do
not propose to desert these gen-
tlemen. I admire the fight they
have made for civil liberties."
The agent of the Neo-Nazi
group revealed he has informed
the American Government that
he proposes to continue his work
and would like to know whether
he must register as agent for
any other foreign group. He des-
cribed the conviction and impris-
onment of Hitler's leaders as il-
legal and immoral and added that
if Hitler were alive and in pris-
on "I would work for his freed-
om, too."
Mr. Thompson said he knew
of no evidence of the existence
in Hitler Germany of crematoria
or of the mass killing of Jews,
Poles or others. "1 concede
there may have been excesses, as
there always are in wartime, but
those excesses were brought a-
bout by the treasonable activities
of Jewish groups against the Ger-
man state," he said. "Hitler's
program was an expression of the
justness of Germany's desire for
its full sovereignty and the real-
ization of its historical claims for
territories which had been taken
away."
fewiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25- Number 42
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952
PRICE: TE:N CENTS
itnesses Speak Before
McCarran Law Hearinq
Leaders To Address I -ft Meeting
few YORK (JTA) A total of 51 witnesses were heard by the
ent's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization during
to days it held public hearings here. Of that total only two
|d retention of the current immigration policy and the Mc-
Act, while the remaining 40 called for basic changes in the
al origins quota policy, as
in the McCarren Act. The
fission proceeded to Boston
i further testimony.
fctor Herbert H. Lehman ap-
before the Commission to
hat the discriminatory na-
lorigins quota system, which
rbasis of United States Im-
(ion Law, be "swiftly ex-
Id from our laws" and re-
with a substitute system
to America's needs and its
pty to absorb new immi-
Senator suggested the es-
hment of a numerical total
limitation such as 300,000
D.000 annually to be based
|e needs of the country and
bility of the prospective im-
Int to contribute to Amer-
! welfare and development
than on the national origin
world-be immigrant. In a
of defects in the immigra-
gw. including the recently-
M MeCarran-Walter Act,
or Lehman include lack of
kion for review of decisions
hsular officials, lack"of ade-
I appeals and review proced-
ure in exclusion and deportation
cases, distinction between native-
born and naturalized citizens, and
retroactive deportation.
ADL. AJC Stand
Testifying in behalf of the Anti-
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith,
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee, Lester Gutterman sub-
mitted a four-point program to
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Newspaper Lauds
Amnesty Laws
VIENNA (JTA) An indica-
tion that the Austrian Govern-
ment has not dropped its inten-
tion of pushing Nazi amnesty leg-
islation through the Allied Coun-
cil was given here by the Wiener
Zeitung, official newspaper of the
Austrian Government, which de-
fended government espousal of
the legislation as justified.
. It advanced, the following reas-
ons for adoption of the legisla-
tion: 1. that there is no official
(Continued on Page 4 A)
N Assembly Opens;
(rael Is On Agenda
1ITED NATIONS (JTA) The United Nations General As-
t.v opened its seventh regular session here Tuesday with the
hlsrael issue as one of the questions on the agenda and with tne gg
bility that Israel may be elected to a vice presidency of tne
holy,
srael Ambassador Abba Eban, permanent head of the Israel
lation at the United Nations, ^^^ jn the light of the resolu-
tion of the United Nations" be
discussed at the Assembly. Am-
bassador Eban then requested
that the violations by the Arab
states of the armistice agreements
concluded with Israel be taken
I Foreign Minister Moshe up
Mt may come to the United \ American Ambassador Ernest
s in November to partici- Gross one of the US delegates
Israel's Minister
Of Justice In
USA For Confab
NEW YORK Haim Cohen,
Minister of Justice of the State
of Israel and the new State's first
Attorney General, arrived in the
United States yesterday for an
extraordinary seven-day visit to
confer with leaders of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and to address
an emergency two-day UJA Na-
tional Leadership Conference op-
ening tomorrow evening at the
Shoreham Hotel in Washington,
D.C.
The Israel Cabinet officer, who
will address more than 500 out-
standing Jewish communal lead-
ers, is scheduled to submit a
special report to the Conference
outlining his country's grave need
for added financial support with
which to accelerate the settle-
ment of its immigrant popula-
tion and the development of its
economic resources.
Mr. Cohen, who entered Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion's
Cabinet this past June to release
Mr. Dov Joseph from twin re-
sponsibility as Minister of Jus-
tice and Minister of Commerce
and Industry, was met at New
York's International airport by
UJA General Chairman Edward
M. M. Warburg and by Jack D.
Weiler, chairman of the Appeal's
current emergency National Cash
Campaign.
ned to the United States to-
^fter visiting Tel Aviv where
onsulted with top govern-
leaders on major issues
F will arise at the UN Gen-
| Assembly. It is expected
Foreign Minister Moshe
in some of the deliberations
Assembly.
^mally, the Arab-Israel is-
vas not included on the a-
prepared for the Assembly,
.fever, at the last moment,
jbefore expiration of-the 30-
t deadline for submitting it-
the six Arab states repre-
at the UN asked that the
of the "Conciliation
for Ratestane Vllll.SS, UIIC Ul --------- --
at the United Nations, indicated
to correspondents here that the
US Government will make every
effort possible to bring about an
Arab-Israel peace. He lauded Is-
rael's decision to unfreeze Arab
blocked accounts in Israel and
said that the step greatly encour-
ages the UN Palestine Concilia.
tion Committee in its work of
bringing the Arabs and Israeli
closer to an agreement.
Among Ihs outstanding personalities in American and Israel af-
fairs who will address the United Jewish Appeals extraordinary
National Leadership Conference tomorrow and Sunday. Oc-
tober 18th and 19th. at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
are (top. left to right) Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA general
chairman: Jack D. Weiler. chairman of the UJA s emergency
$35,000,000 cash campaign. Botton (left to right) are George Jessel.
recently returned from a visit to Israel: and the Honorable Oyed
Ben Ami. Mayor and founder of Nathanya. one of Israel s fastest
growing seaport cities. The Conference will mark the high point
of the UJA's current emergency drive for cash with which to meet
crucial winter relief needs in Israel and in 22 countries of Europe
and the Moslem world.
Haim Cohen
Says Outside Jews fan*t Be Silent
, TEL AVIV (JTA) Jews outside Israel are unable to give up
their right to state their attitude on developments in Israel or to
cive up their right of persuasion by democratic means because de-
cisions taken in Israel affect their lives. Rabbi Irving Miller, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of America, said here this weeK.
The New Yorker made his first appearance here at a meeting
at Zionist House and discussed questions of relationship between
the State of Israel and the Zionist movement.
.
General Mae Arthur Is On Ballot
SEATTLE (JTA) The anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist
Party has entered the name of Douglas MacArthur as its candidate
for tW**rdancy and General MbcAilhur's name will sppear on
the;Stai!tWashington ballot alongside the party's emblem. The
Genera*WMrne, ha* been placed on the ballot in 20 states, according
to newspaper reports here which quoted local Republican leaders
as expresain* concern that MacArtbur's candidacy will hurt Gen-
eral Dwight Eisenhower's chances in this state.


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Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, | I Miami Beach Jew-
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tutes for their resr
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gregation. according I n an-
--"-s ocemeat ea i this week.
og Lehrman on: Th -. M Balsam is Club ;
C : Thi Sabbath Songs *... I
M:'.- S: :; ,i.n.d Mrs J.-.-s
sta| musical lireel
Beth David Synag gut
Three Traditional Sa
Dishes schedi i
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ting Mes
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C ntuM nta] Frolics will be
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k at Otk clude Mil-
I n H rnstein, vice president:
. nd Ma< LasM .. m cretarj -l
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Alsc app inted ti i ;anize Club
Joel Miller, i
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Tropical Lodge and Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith, rehearse
their Serenades for the Annual B'nai B'rith Membership Cam-
paign which will get underway at an Open House Ranch
Party tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m., at 1636 SW 9th Street.
Seated 'left to right1 are Anita Cogen and Sylda Botwin.
Above are Larry Niditch, Lorraine Kohlenberg, Dorothy Bai,
David Teitel. Co-chairmen of the affair are Miss Cogen and
Erwin Goldhuff.
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Unit of Junior Ha.-..
at its .pen-.r.- meeting of th<
announced Harry J.
Sonz. chairman.
Dr. Kingdon Speaks
Dr Frank Kingdon. radio corn-
lecturer and world
was guest of honor at
a dinner given by the Profession-
al Division of the Greater Miami
I r Bonds of Israel
nt last night, at the
Delano Hotel.
Ettie Kay Opens
Shop In Coral Gables
BIANCHI-THORNTON CO.
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Ettie Kay. formerly of Kay's
Presentation of the spice box Blouse Shop, has opened a Wom-
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man. president of the Miami Un- Miracle Mile. Coral Gables. Typ- I '
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Women's Ziwnist group. i| spon- mg effects created in the Shop
give a patio effect and add to
the ease of buying in comfort.
I sored by the Youth Commission.
Israelite Center PTA
Presents Tableau
The PTA of the Israelite Cen-
ter will hold a Membership Re-
ception at the Center School
Building tomorrow evening. Oc-
tober 18th. 8 p m. A Children's
au will be presented, featur-
n parade
MORTGAGE LOANS
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Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Essie
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vivi I by one son. Louis, of Mi-
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7/ Say...
. ediiors of The Jewish Floridlan are privileged
b*nt I'ic follou>ina extract from the book cur-
hpnia prepared for publication by Mr. Harry
'hnff author of the popular column, I'll Say. Oth-
tons of Mr. Simonhoff's work-in-progress will
there from time to time.)
I, bus survived the hurricane and sailed into
He took a chance, but his creaky vessel was
in need of repairs. Hanging over the Discover-
lead was some kind of a charge, which might have
|tne cause of his flight from Portugal nine years
r.
JMBUS
Joao II. a km2 neither too good nor too clever,
nbus had submitted the plan for sailing west to
j)e east. The king kept stalling and sent his own
Co find India, China, or Japan. The boat returned
Its capain reported Columbus' theory unfeasible.
tchool books still read that the future finder of a
Cohere was riled and left Portugal full of virtuous
f Actually, Christopher was not above pulling a
L'ne himself. Those were the days when Machia-
fheld on to his city job in Florence, while com-
a textbook upon the prevailing art of treachery.
Creat navigator might have left Portugal in haste,
fardly in disgust at Royal chicanery.
JOAO
ead of arresting the Grand Admiral, Joao show-
honor. Perhaps he understood the significance
the magnitude of the discovery. This king had
| showed a degree of statesmanship in admitting
0,000 Jewish refugees who crossed the Spanish
It was a large number of aliens for any coun-
absorb; he evidently knew their capabilities.
exiles might have proven a tremendous asset in
sst colonial empire that would soon fall into the
Portugal following in the wake of Colon's dis-
But the fanatic currents emerging out of Spain
I overflowed the neighboring kingdom.
iOEL THE FORTUNATE
p:^ II died and was followed by Manoel, the ablest
Portugal ever had The young king aspired to
the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella. The
ess possessed her mother's bigotry, but without
brains. She might consider marrying Manoel, but
[could a devout daughter of Spain breathe the at-
|here of a land jam-packed with Jews. If he ex-
them, as her parents had done, she would give
hand and heart. Manoel did not relish the idea of
; a large population, who not only paid their way
^ere a source of future prosperity. He probably
of the deterioration in Spain that followed the
expulsion. But why not eat the cake and have
He decreed that all Jews must leave Portugal
ctober 1497 or become Christians. They could not
because Manoel did not want them to go. No
^ls were provided for their departure. So all Jews
I forcibly baptised and over night the Jewish prob-
was solved maybe. A Christian problem suc-
fcd.
i SCIENTISTS
he amazing discovery of Columbus stimulated
el to action. Portugal had lost the western sea
AMONG THE EARLY DISCOVERERS
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
lanes to India through his predecessor's myopia. But
the eastern route was still untried. Preparations were
rushed for a voyage to round the tip of Africa which
Bartholemo Diaz had discovered and named the Cape
of Storms, changed in Lisbon to the Cape of Good
Hope. The recently arrived Jewish men of learning
were called in. After all, these enemies of the living
Ood had perfected the astrolabe for taking the altitude
of heavenly bodies, and essential for navigators to de-
duce time and latitude. Undeniably, they were the best
map makers to be found anywhere. P.,nee Henry the
Navigator himself had summoned fie Jewish -cientists
from their famous school at Majorca to start another
college for seamanship in Portugal. The originator of
Portuguese sea discoveries had made Cresques lo Juheu
director of his Academy of Navigation at Sagres.
ABRAHAM ZACVTO
Manoel placed his fleet of five ships under the com-
mand of Vasco de Gama. Abraham Zacuto, probably
the best astronomer and mathematician of Europe, gave
instructions, to the ship captains in the presence of the
crew. This Einstein of his day also published an Alman-
ach Perpetuum, which proved indispensable to Colum-
bus. On one occasion, this calendar saved the life of
navigator and crew. The natives of an island had re-
fused food and water. Columbus at his wits end glanc-
ed into Zacuto's perpetual almanac and found that a
lunar eclipse would take place on February 29, 1504.
The discoverer had a promoter's imagination. The Car-
ibs were notified that he would destroy the moon be-
cause of their wickedness. The Redskins probably
laughed. But their laughter turned to terror when
the full moon began wasting away. The simple child-
ren of nature fell on their faces and rushed fruits,
water, corn and meat on board. With the appeasement
of the pale faces, the moon returned.
VOYAGE TO INDIA
At the southmost tip of Africa Vasco de Gama sailed
boldly into the Indian Ocean. His fleet might have
taken a straight course through the uncharted seas
and lost itself in the Pacific. Fortunately he captured
one of those Arabian dhows that waited for the sum-
mer monsoon to cross the sea for India or Africa. A
captive was brought on board the flagship. He was
white, wore a handsome beard, and yet there seemed
something not quite Mohammedan about him. He
turned out to be a Jewish ship captain in the service
of a Moslem prince.
GASPER JVDEO
De Gama could recognize a good seaman, but also
sensed his usefulness as adviser and interpreter. But
to the superstitious sailors, a Jew on board was a
Jonah, enough to sink the vessel. He was offered a
quick alternative: the cross or the sharks. How a Jew
from Poland ever got into the Indian Ocean is a mys-
tery that has not yet been explained. Any Jew of the
15th century who chose the sailing profession could
not have been very devout. The cross appeared a lesser
evil than a barracuda; besides his soul was now safe
under the baptised name of Gasper de Gama. Gasper
Judeo, as the crew called him, became the righthaad.
of his chief and exteremely useful in India.
The pathfinder of a southern route to India returned
to Portugal to receive the acclaim of king and people.
Gasper Judeo went along. The importance of India
was immediately recognized. An armada of thirteen
ships was fitted up and placed under the command cf
Pedro Alvarez Cabral. Gasper Judeo was given t.ie
post of interpreter and appointed unofficial navigator
and adviser to the admiral. If Gasper had a yen for
Hebrew, he could now talk to the other New Christiana
of the fleet. A storm drove the armada westward. Land
was sighted in April, 1500. Some of the New Christians
swam for the shore. They either jumped ship or we e
thrown overboard. Gasper Judeo stood in with tl-.e
admiral and became the first Jew in the history of
Brazil.
LORONHAS EXPEDITION
A more important role was played by another Mar-
rano. In Lisbon lived Fernando de Loronha, aiso knov. a
as Fernao Noronha. He must have been unusual. Ad-
venturous, wealthy and likable, the king named him
"Cavaleiro de Nosa Casa". The insecure position of the
ConVersos no doubt gave him concern. He sensed the
importance of the discovered land to his fellow secret
Jews. He therefore called a group together and sug-
gested an expedition of their own to the new -world.
Loronha purchased five ships and named one Judea
rather strange for an underground group ever ready
to conceal their origin and ancestral faith. In southern
Brazil he discovered a harbor and named Cananea.
The young king evidently favored the settlement of
his new domain with Marranos. He entered into an
extensive contract with Loronha, setting out the ternis
of leasing newly found lands to New Christians. They
undertook to discover each year 300 leagues, to build
a fort, and remain at least three years. In 1503, twenty-
four New Christians built at Cape Frio the first fort
in Brazil.
AMERICUS VESPUCIUS
On Loronha's initial voyage sailed an Italian, a crew
member, whose name -will live until our p.ar.it is des-
troyed. A master of clear Tuscan prose, he described
the terrain he saw in a letter to friends in Florence; ar.d
following the fashion of the day among the learned, lie
signed his name in Latin Americus Vespucius. Why
both continents of the western hemisphere, their islands
and waters should be named after the Florentine Amer-
igo Vespuci, who had nothing to do with their initial
discovery, remains a secret deeply embedded in the
bosom of the Sphinx of History. Nevertheless, it is an
outrage to the memory of Columbus.
A WORLD MISNAMED
But if the voyage of Lorcnha merited the naming ;f
a new world, then the honor should at icasi go to the
man who initiated, equipped, and commanded the ex-
pedition. The Jew's claim to naming the western
world may be sounder than the Italian's. Yet fate had
^decreed that Loronha be the name of a small island off
the coast of Brazil. Half of the terrestrial globe v. ill
always be called America.
>men's League Adds Affiliates
Benjamin B. Wolff, presi-
I of the Southeast Branch of
National Women's League,
d Synagogue of America,
visit Tampa and Lakeland
Wooer 13th, 14th and 15th
the latter city wHl give a
ay Leadership Course to the
hood there.
An invitation to install the of-
ficers of the Key West Sister-
hood at their Sunday Breakfast
on October 19th, is next on Mrs.
Wolff's agenda. She is scheduled
to affiliate the Sisterhood into her
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Charles S. Liebman, son of Mr.
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tober 23rd.
Liebman returned to the Unit-
ed States this past Summer from
Israel, where he lived for three
years and completed high school
studies there. He is at present
attending the University of Miami
as a scholarship student.
The invitation to address the
Federation workers in Holly-
wood, which includes the UJA in
its allocations, followed his re-
cent address in the Hollywood
Jewish Center for B'nai B'rith
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EDITORIAL
A Broader Coalition
Recently, Israel's General Zionists entered into
negotiations with Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion's Mapai Party in an effort to broaden the
coalition and to attain official representation.
The negotiations broke down early last week
because the General Zionists refused to accept
1he status of the Histadrut and were unable to
attain a clear cut stand from Ben-Gurion regard-
ing Israel's ultimate political situation.
Apparently, the General Zionists demanded
that an official statement be forthcoming con-
taining a disavowal of socialistic trends in the
new state.
Regardless of our own feeling vis-a-vis social-
ism, we feel that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion had
no alternative but to insist that conciliation in the
religious, cultural, social and economic fields is
currently most essential and that the time was
not yet ripe for final decisions on capitalism vs.
socialism.
The Prime Minister is to be commended for
his willingness to broaden a coalition which his
Mapai Party controls by such a slim margin.
Those who fear collectivist trends in Israel must
not forget this.
?Irwisli Hook Month
Jewish Book Month will soon be with us again.
Local preparations are already in full swing to
join the nation in its observance from November
7th to December 7th.
Those of us who spend every day of each
year in readinq Jewish books, as well as others,
regard the festival as one of American Jewry's
outstanding affairs. The ever-increasing secular-
ization of Jews here makes it imperative that we
devote at least some time to the study of literary
Arab Chiranerv
The Moslem world hos'been extreme
in its recent efforts to undermine West r "^
decision regarding reparations payment??!
who suffered Hitlerian Nazi atrocity N?'0
t>irn iirnm (K.-... less. ftlL-^' ''-
live were they in their attempt to fifi
possibility of German-Jewish negotiate* y
ht^- *-* -ssr
W4J&
This latest Arab impudence may be on
to the re-emergence of the ex-Mufti of iT ""
onto the scene of world power politics HS
unlamented Nazi Fuehrer's colleaqS *k
has more in his mind at the moment "than ?o T
another diplomatic blow by financial ^5*L
Israel. P-e^sure -|
Actually, he is more concerned with h.
the flames of Anti-Semitism in Weir 1
proper. The ex-Mufti is well aware 0(T*l
settled situation in Bonn and understands J
the reformation of Jew hatred there can ., 1
way toward destroying Konrad Adenauer'!t
fort to maintain West Germany within the NAT?
By indirection, the ex-Mufti is acting as HitV.l
most sacred current agent. As usual the II
are again the scapegoat. We can only Baud
his knocking at Bonn's Parliament door wUI iJ
answered by meaningful silence. The fact \Z\
the Adenauer Government recently found it 3
essary to "explain" the West German traveS
regard to reparations in official Arab Leac'je
newspapers, does not speak tec well for a near..
ful future. ^
A BAD BLOT
works by Jewish authors and on Jewish subjects.
Sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare
Board and under the auspices of the Jewish Book
Council of America, the festival will reach into
every sphere of life of the American Community.
Colleges, universities, libraries, Spiritual Centers,
fraternal organizations and militarv posls will all'
participate in the festival.
The Jewish literary heritage is vast. No leal
complex and ever moving forward in quantity
and quality is its contemporary expression. Am-
erican Jewry will spend a most valuable thirty
days in examining its traditional past and pn
phetic future.
Witnesses Give Facts At Immigration,
Naturalization Probe; Ask Modification
(Continued from Page 1 A)
the commission calling for re-
form of the present Immigration
and Naturalization Law by es-
tablishing a visa review board,
by revising the deportation laws
and by eliminating all disabilities
suffered by naturalized citizens
because they are not native born.
The national origins quota sys-
tem was availed as racist" and
"incredibly out of joint with our
time" and with the hopes and be-
liefs of the vast bulk of the Amer-
ican people, by Rabbi Simon G.
Kramer, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, speak-
ing for the Council and the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory ouncil
Rabbi Kramer's statement de-
nounced deportation as a punish-
ment for crimes or as a penalty
lor failure to remain self-support-
ing and concentrated its fire on
various discriminatory provisions
of the McCanan-Walter Act,
which it said flouts the principle
of equal application of the law to
all citizens, native-born and nat-
uralized alike. The statement also
urged establishment of a visa re-
view board and that the existing
r.on-statutory Board of Immigra-
tion Appeals be made statutory.
Representative Emanuel Cel-
], chairman of the House Judi-
ciary Committee, also urged re-
placement of the national origins
quota system in American Immi-
gration Law by a policy which
will restore'"United States liber-
alism in the area of immigration
and naturalization."
Edward Corsi, New York State
Industrial Commissioner and
chairman of the state DP Com-
mission, also struck out violently
against the discriminatory aspects
I the national origins quota sys-
tem, insisting that "it must be
junked entirely, and out of its
ashes a new law must be conceiv-
ed based on the idea of human
(.quality." Commissioner Corsi
told the President's Commission
that such a new immigration pol-
icy "should be based on a realis-
tic appraisal of the needs of our
domestic economy, especially as
it relates to the adequacy of the
jabor supply in the present de-
i fense economy and in the fore-
j seeable future."
Specifically, Mr. Corsi suggest-
! ed that a new immigration law
should embody the following
principles: total immigration bas-
ed US manpower needs and US
capacity to absorb new immi-
grants; the major criterion for im-
migration and naturalization
should be fitness of the individual
for citizenship, without regard to
race, color, religion or national
origin; pooling of quotas and use
in the future of previously un-
used quotas; preservation of the
right of fair hearings and judicial
review in immigration cases; and
elimination of distinction between
the rights and duties of natural-
ized and native citizens.
Representative Jacob K Javits,
of New York, called for repeal of
jthe McCarran Act, which was
| passed over President Truman's
veta last June. He urged enact-
1 ment of legislation to permit the
unused portion of one foreign na-
I tion's quota to be applied to over-
subscribed quotas of other coun-
tries and legislation to admit 100,-
000 immigrants a year for the
next five years above the current
quota totals.
A statement submitted by a
Committee of Editors of American
Foreign Language Newspapers at-
tacked the McCarran Act for
mortgaging future quotas of coun-
tries or origin of DP's admitted to
the US since 1948, for establishing
distinctions between the rights
and responsibilities of naturaliz-
ed and native-boin citizens, for
"outraging" public opinion in
countries of the "free world" and
for "playing into the hands" of
Communist propagandists. Urg-
ing liberalization of the immigra-
tion laws, the Committee said that
if the quota law must remain on
the statute books, a new basis for
allocation of quotas should be
established.
In an aditorial comment on the
commission's hearings, the New
York Times urged Congressional
action "to remedy the outrag-
eous wrongs that, already existing
in the old law, were perpetuated
and intensified in th0 McCarran
Act."
Our Film Folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOODOne Question 2.500 books published each year
is uppermost in the minds of most
people who go to the movies. It
is usually the first question that
pops up in any phone forum and
it is the first question asked of
motion picture writers, directors,
producers, players, and newspa-
per columnists. The question is:
"Why does Hollywood make so
many bad pictures?"
For the answer to that popular
question we went directly to
Metro Goldwyn Mayer's vice-
president in charge of produc-
tion, Mr. Dore Schary.
Said Mr. Schary: "This is in-
deed a very popular question. To
begin with, let's examine the vali-
dity of the question. Hollywood
and by Hollywood I mean the
American rnotian picture indus-
tryturns out some 400 feature
films a year. At the end of the
year, the ten best lists from all
sources usually name some 60 pic-
tures as outstanding in these com-
bined selections.
"That means a total of 60 films
out of 440 are rated good eough to
be picked for various ten-best
lists and we can assume, there-
fore, that 15 percent of our in-
dustry products is rated as 'good',
successful in popularity and ar-
tistic terms."
"How does that 15 percent stack
up with other endeavors in the
entertainment and art fields?"
"There are some 200 plays pro-
duced each year," replied the MG
M executive, "and if you will
; look at the cities' lists you will
see that very seldom do they
name thl. ten best. As a matter
Of fact, they usually wind up
by Choosing four or five as top
flight and during an entire
Broadway season you will rarely
" more than 15 shows even
mentioned as candidates for
critical awards. This means a
total of seven and one-half per
writ. And this, may t remind
you, is in a free, uninhibited field
I believe you will rarely find
more than 25 of these ever reach
listing among the year's best.
That is one percent. And that is
in a field which enjoys even
greater freedom less gamble
. .less inhibition than either
stage or screen. There are, of
course, other untold thousands of
short stories written every year.
I think we would be generous
in suggesting that perhaps one
percent achieve any real distinc-
tion."
"And what about the hundreds
and hundreds and more hun-
dreds of radio and television
shows?"
"Their percentage of quality
isn't even close."
"You mentioned television, Mr.
Schary."
"Yes. I did. This is a new med-
ium of entertainment. You may
have already seen it. It is a sort
Of bOX-Uke arrangement and you
turn a knob and see an imagine
and actually hoar people speak.
It is supposed to kill motion pic-
tures, do away with newspapers,
Republicans and Democrats and
provide you with the equivalent
of a Yale degree while you sit at
home sipping that wonderful
Brew 102. The time will come
of course, when this new med-
ium and ours will find a com-
mon effort. Right now we are
unable to see how this may be
accomplished but I assure you we
are not unmindful of such even-
tuality.
Well, percentage-wise, we see
the truth is that Hollywood
doeant make so many bad pic-
tures in terms of the normal av-
erage "! effort and error that goes
''"" imv creative entertainmSnt
But beyond this percentage fig-
ure, continued Schary, "the fact
<- that it is very hard to make a
good movie. A good picture re-
qu.u-s good writing, good acting,
i'(iin) Hi,.,,*;___
Of creative expression where the i *d direction. 8, d l! '
playwright suffers nnn ,w v. ... eoo.l .:..............u .. P'auting.
Playwright suffers none of the re-
stucions that are placed upon
mm in motion pictures."
"What about the field of novel
writing?
"In the field of novel writing,"
Schary replied, "there are some
Bood camera work, good scene de-
signing, good trimming, good ed-
|ng and an awful lot of good
ooks. The point I must impress
upon you is that good effort goes
into the making of any picture
c^om,,hose tha, turnout to be"
Austrian Papti
I .mils Amiii'siii
(Continued from Page \ A)
Nazi movement remaining ial
Austria and that there is no ten-1
dency in Austria toward .neo-
Nazi activity; 2. that Parliament!
in voting for the legislation ex-
pressed the will of the Austrian |
people; 3. that the policy express-
ed in the laws is in general ac-
cord with the intfi nati >nal trend j
toward "moderation and peace*
On the other hand. Der Geistij
Schaffende, organ of the Catholic |
People's Party, largest in the gov-
ernment coalition, published |
article complaining that undo
the amnesty legislation, which
was vetoed once by the Allied |
Council, the victims of the Naz-
is will be forced to fight for equal]
rights with former Nazi mera-[
bers.
The publication changed that!
former members of the Austrian
civil service, ousted by the Nazil
who have been restored to gov-l
ernment jobs, suffered loss oil
rank, being given the positiosi
they would have held oy 194il
The Nazi members of the civil I
service, the article underlines,!
have continued to achieve P'0-l
motions based on seniority anil
have actually moved far ahead|
of theij- victims.
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tfr Force Enlists
\\d Of Rabbi
loses Mescheloff
Mescheloff,
? loses Mescneioii. of
Kh Lob Congregation will be
"JuJS-day duty with the US
Force at MacDill Air Base,
Lrine accepted the invitation
Sn,lGlennP. Nell Adju-
|nt General, who issued the call
the n;.me
ff
Between You .and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Gale Steers Preparations For GMJCC
Drive; Director Has Varied Background
of the Secretary ol
L Ajr Fi rce.
fchaplain Michael D. Geller, of
Barksdale Air Force Base,
Duisians. instructed Rabbi Mes-
heloff in the details of his as-
[The Miami Beach Rabbi will
Lduct the first.annual Relig-
lus Convi cation for Jewish per-
Innel at the TamPa Air Base
Oct. ber 20th to 23rd. The
signmtnt is in line with the
Vwly established policy of the
Force to conduct such re-
jious revivals at every base at
last one* a year.
[Rabbi Ml scheloff will be quar-
L-ed on the Base, where he will
Jdress the entire personnel on,
fhat The Jews Believe, and will
et with members of the Jew-
j faith to discuss their religious
[id personal problems. He will
Iso lead formal religious servic-
during the three-day visit.
[Rabbi Mescheloff is scheduled
i review the work of the Tampa
Uriah Welfare Board, headed by
abbi David Zielonka, before his
Jturn to his duties at Congrega-
on Beth Jacob on October 23rd.
Preparation for the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center's
Membership Campaign are in full
swing, according to Stanley C.
Myers, president, and Leo Shein-
er, chairman.
The drive will officially get
under way at a Breakfast Kickoff
on Sunday morning, October
26th.
Organizing the calendar of ac-
to invite the
REPORT ON EUROPE:
The American Government has played no small role in quietly
forcing the Austrian Government to enter into reparations talks with
Jewish organizations. On my flying visit to Austria and Germany,
1 learned a good deal about the close watch American representa-
tives in these countries keep on th Jewish situation Their be-
hind-the scenes action deserves the highest praise of American Jewry
. Here and there, one finds an American official in these coun-
tries who is not so friendly to JVjws. but they are the rare excep- I tivities designed
lions. One of these exceptions is the American Consul in Vienna membership of Greater Miami's
who has acquired a reputation for going out of his way to make i residents, is Efraim H. Gales, ex-
unnecassary difficulties for Jewish applicants /or American immi- ecutive director wiio was ap-
gration visas. No such complaints are heard about the American
Consul in Salzburg, who is very well liked and highly respected. .
American military authorities in Austria openly disapprove of the
policy adopted by the US Consul in Vienna on the granting of visas
to Jews. However, under State Department regulations, the
Consul is actually a czar on such matters. ... It is, therefore, very
unlikely that many Jews in Vienna will receive immigration visas
to the United States, although quite a substantial number of them
are entitled to such visas. Especially among those who for many
years were interned as refugees in Shanghai and are now back in
Austria. .
Consumptive Relief
flans Smorgasbord
[The Greater Miami Auxiliary,
Iwish Consumptives' Relief So-
ety. nut last Tuesday evening
the Sagamore Hotel.
IMrs. Human Schoenfeld, chair-
man of the Halloween Smorgas-
prd scheduled for Sunday even-
kg, October 26th, in the Roof
larden oi the Atlantis Hotel, dis-
missed anangements for this e-
ent. The committee in charge
Icludes the Mesdames John Lu-
In and Joe Richman, co-chair-
pn. and Sam Kalmus and Jerry
pnchei. in charge of tickets.
IProceeds of the Smorgasbord
fill ben< fit patients in the Tu-
ircular Ward of the County
spital at Kendall, as well as
^ose hospitalized in the non-
ctarian Sanitorium in Spivak,
Worado.
[Custom of the Auxiliary since
inception has been to visit
pgularly patients confined in the
ubercular Wards of these local
Dspitals and to supply them with
cessities they may require.
ase Chairman is Mrs. Maurey
foncht-r.
Mrs. Morris Goluskin, presi-
ent, and Mrs. Harry Siegal, ways
nd means chairman, announce
hat the local Auxiliary is going
1-out this year in a drive for
successful affair. Program
haii-mon will be Mrs. Richie As-
el and Mrs. Dorothy Gilman.
bach Center Pupils
foin In Hakofos Fete
The Modern Religious School,
i'ill be the theme of the Sea-
bn's first Membership Party
Iponsored by the Sisterhood of
"S Miami Beach Jewish Center,
lecording to Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
lin, president.
The party is scheduled for
rtonday afternoon, October 20th,
1:'5 p.m., in the Center Dining
loom,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman
|f the Piogram Committee, an-
nounces that Saul Rabin, edu-
cation director of the Center Re-
?'ous School, will speak on: Re-
[Jgious Aspects Of The Center
family.
Susan Talianoff and Michael
nyton will represent the youth
f the Center. Cantor David Sil-
fprman will render musical se-
tions, with members of the
sisterhood Board of Directors
rving as hostesses.
Sisterhood Membership chair-
man is Mrs. George Goldberg.
MISSION TO AUSTRIA:
Jewish leaders in Austria were greatly surprised to see how
easilystaying only two days in ViennaI obtained interviews with
Austrian Chancellor Dr. Leopold Figl, Vice Chancellor Dr. Adolf
Schaerf and Foreign Minister Dr. Karl Gruber. The truth of the
matter is that these top members of the Austrian Cabinet were as
much interested in seeing me as I was in seing them. The sub-
ject which I discussed with them was whether they sincerely intend
to pay reparations to Jews /or Jewish property in Austria looted by
the Naois. From the talks I had with them, it became clear that
although there is no unanimity among the Cabinet members on
this subject, there can be no doubt thai a settlement will be reached
with the Jewish groups. And this is what Chancellor Figl was
especially eager to convey through me to Jewish leaders in the
United States. ... It will not involve as huge a sum as the German
reparations to Israel and the Jewish groups, but it will nevertheless
run to millions of dollars. The method of payment will probably
also be different from the only by Germany. The Austrian Gov-
ernment is anxious that the reparations agreed upon should be paid
not to Jewish groups abroad, but to the Jewish communities within
Austria. ... Its argument is that a substantial part of the Jewish
population in Austria is poor and tick and in need of communal
support. Such support can be given only if the Jewish com-
munities have sufficient funds to conduct their social welfare work.
. Reparations, paid to the Jewish communities over a period of
about ten years, will guarantee a substantial budget /or these com-
munities for that period. ... In this argument, the government will,
no doubt, have the backing of the Jewish community leaders in Aus-
tria. The advantage for Austria from such an arrangement is
that the reparations will be paid in Austrian currency and will
remain in the country. Whether the Jewish groups from abroad
which will conduct the negotiations with Austria will agree to
such an arrangement is a different story. These groups are The
American Jewish Committee, the JDC, the Jewish Agency and the
World Jewish Congress.
TRENDS IN GERMANY:
Talks I had with Jewish leaders in Germany established that
there will be no more emigration of Jews from Germany. The
approximately 20,000 Jews now living there are there to stay. .
About a third of them reside in Berlin, which is still in ruins. ... It
will take at least 25 years to rebuild the devastated houses in Berlin,
and even then the city will never look th same as in pre-Nazi days.
. Bu the Jewish population of Berlin is gradually beginning to
adjust itself economically, although there are still many Jews de-
pendent on the support which they receive from the local Jewish
community____Many Jews are again in business in Berlin and other
cities in Germany, and quite a number o/ Jewish doctors and lawyers
are practicing again. ... In Berlin today there are also a number of
East European Jews who have made up their minds to settle per-
manently in the city. Most of them are engaged in business.
There is a good deal of intermarriage in Germany between Polish
Jews and German girls, with the children being brought up in a
Jewish spirit. One of the most remarkable things one learns in
Berlin is that there are in the city about 2,000 Jews who were hid-
den by Germans during all the years of the Nazi regime. Also
that there are 1,500 Jews in the city whom their "Aryan" wives re-
fused to divorce despite Nazi pressure. These Jews were sent to
labor camps, but their German wives stood by them throughout and
even sent food packages to the camps from the meager food rations
hich they received during the war. The families were, of course,
reunited after the fall of th Nazi regime, and both the men and the
women are very religious. ... I saw plenty of blond "Aryam" women
in Berlin synagogues on the Jewish High Holidays, following the
prayers quietly from prayer books with German texts. .
pointed to his post early last
April.
Among the activities will be an
Open House, during which per-
sons of the community may par-
ticipate in the GMJCC weekly
calendar of events. They will be
free to attend meetings and take
part in the programs of groups
affiliated with the Center, Gale
said here early this week.
A native of Boston, Massachus-
etts, Gale is a graduate of Tufts
College, where he received the
AB degree in Social Science. He
also holds the MA degree in Edu-
cation from Tufts, as well as the
MS degree from Columbia Uni-
versity's New York School of
Social Work.
As an undergraduate at Tufts,
Gale was active in the Menorah
Society, Varsity Club, Tennis
Team and History Club. He also
served as coach of the Tufts Col-
lege Freshman Tennis Team. At
the New York School of Social
Work, he served as a member of
the Student Organization Exec-
utive Committee.
Gale is a' former member of
the Boston YM ft' WHA, where
he served as a volunteer and then
as a paid group Wonker. He served
for two years as**a group worker
at the Hecht House, Boston; one
year as a group worker at Bronx
House, New York City; two years
as a group worker at the Chris-
todora House; and one year as di-
rector of activities at the Trenton
YM & WHA and more than two
years as its associate director.
In addition. Gale was executive
secretary for more than four
years of the Brockton YM &
WHA, serving simultaneously as
executive secretary of its Jewish
Welfare Fund. And for a period
of four years, also, he was with
the National Jewish Welfare
Efraim Gale
Board, serving as field secretary
in the Southern Section.
As well, his record includes
membership in the National As-
sociation of Jewish Center Work-
ers and in its Executive Commit-
tee, past president of the New
England Association of Jewish
Center Workers and of the
Brockton Social Workers Club,
membership in the American As-
sociation of Group Workers, Am-
erican Association of Social
workers, Zionist Organization of
America and various temples and
synagogues.
Urge Veterans To
File Claims Here
Miami Junior
Hadassah Holds
Rebotco Sunday
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a dance on Sun-
day, October 18th, 9 p.m., in the
Morocco Room of the Casablanca
Hotel, announced Elaine Sch-
wartzman, president.
Name of the affair is The Re-
botco, and highlight of the even-
ing will be to guess its meaning.
An added feature of the fund-
raising dance will be the presen-
tation of a show featuring the
star of the Morocco Room.
Working on The Rebotco are
Elaine Schwartzman, Jean Nevel,
Ruth Dixon, publicity; Janet
Sklow, Charma Cohen, Jo-Ann
Shier, Anita Miller, door; and
Doris Pearl, arrangements.
Proceeds from The Rebotco
will go to Junior Hadassah's
children's village in Israel.
Recent veterans of the armed
forces, who may be eligible to file
claims for unemployment com-
pensation under the Veterans'; A 11.r)av
Readjustment Assistance Act of I P
1952 after October 15th, this week
Young Adult Council
Beach Center PTA Plans New Season
The PTA of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious School
launched its new season at a
Board meeting held recently in
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, presi-
dent, announced that plans were
made for the coming year based
on a talk given at the meeting by
Saul Rabin, education director of
the Religious School.
Included in the plans are *
film strip machine which will en-
able the school to present Jew-
ish holidays and history in a
more impressive manner, a Li-
brary Fund to provide books for
the Student Circulating Library,
as well as reference books for
teachers, the making of choir
robes for the Junior Congrega-
tion Choir and a scholarship to
award the outstanding 14-year-
old student with a session at
camp.
The PTA plans to raise funds
for these projects by means of a
Square Dance and a Book Don-
or affair.
Officers of the PTA are the
Mesdames Hankoff, president;
Benjamin N. Greene, Irving Fir-
tel and Herman Mechlowitz, vice
presidents; Raphael K. Yunes, re-
cording secretary; Stanley Sut-
nick, corresponding secretary;
were urged to visit the local of-
fice of the Florida State Em-
ployment Service and to register
for work if they are currently
unemployed.
J. A. Bliss, manager of the
Miami local office, which is to
handle claims under Title IV of
the Act, covering payment of un-
emolpyment compensation, point-
ed out that several conditions
must be met before veterans can
become eligible for payments.
"This compensation is payable
only to veterans who are unem-
ployed for no reason other than
that they cannot obtain a suitable
job," Bliss said. '.'One of the first
requirements is that the unem-
ployed veterans be registered for
work with the State Employment
Service. Another is that he must
be able to work and be available
for work. Local offices are cur-
rently seeking workers for jobs
such as aircraft mechanics, air-
craft sheet metal workers, air-
craft radio mechanics, upholster-
ers, aircraft electricians, auto
mechanics and truck mechanics."
Bliss also urged unemployed
veterans to visit the local office
and get information on how to
Greynolds Picnic
Guys Vs. Dolls is the theme
of the all-day picnic Sunday
which is being sponsored by the
Young Adult Council of the B'nai
B'rith- Youth Organization at
Greynolds Park.
Commencing at noon, the pic-
nic will feature softball games
between the young women and
men of B'nai B'rith, it was an-
nounced by Selma Rubin, Coun-
cil president.
Entertainment, including nov-
elty games, will be directed by
Irwin Goldhoff. Members of
B'nai B'rith groups Who will be
present include representatives
of Clara Hirsh Landau, Sharet,
Star Young Women's Chapters,
Broward County YM & YW
Chapter, Tropical Lodge and
Sholom Lodge.
Harry Brick, treasurer; and Irv- establish re-employment rights
ing Lehrman, chaplain.
' under the Selective Service Act.
Beach B'nai B'rith
On Saturday evening, October
25th, 8 p.m., the Miami Beach
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women,
will hold a Gala Card Party at
the Allison Hotel.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Mrs. Charles Goldberg and Mrs.
Bernard Silverman. Hostesses
are the Mesdames Sam Nudel-
man, Sam Pollack and Ben Reim-
er.


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FTO>AY, OCTOBpr
Pledges Fight Far -recent Law.
3_TTAi_0 JTA ?res_d-*a: T:..- _r. a speech cit-fc.ii1 ~g
:: .'IrJirrir-'ft'i.trr -r-_- :' -:- A:: -r-^: ta_s ?-;. ftK _aa-
eirr. extract-on and :*. Mr T^-ni^ j.i_: that arter W : -;.r : .' _- -- -; .. .eat aad i-egal
socialists Attack Bias In Italy
KMiB JTA aa =r.ir h MM Italian O-wnatttl poi-ey
: : ast-t-tioaal
ntee. .. ; -- tat} *_s -ae here *: Of Hatea
- Part] 3aSai Ha -::=:_ ft-tewed g:ver=-
--- ; ---.. Ci-x i ~" :sta=t
- ~ : i ; : -. : -
:- '-: .--
;.--.- :
> a
Investigate Anernaeh Case Again
.'. A r 3vir-.ir ?i: i-r-: : .
lac :
- .. J
tae
IT* 5i-.iT.iT. ?.= J-
:.-.-..: : res--t-. -..-: ; rhric anirt i
- i it talk rr.pl rated' hu
:- pressed :;a He Pocap "-id
"t Sai thai I : a ;"-:.- the :.-.:.:-. :. :. -
Hadassah Officials
Feted At.Brunch
Mrs. Ltj We-astein. pres-iefxt
r-f ta* G Teaser Miami Chapter of
Kaia-sah aad Peggy Kiplaa Ha-
dassaa bond c_r_baator. were
c:~hos3esses at i bruacr. held ia
the R-ya. Pais; _a_s Weoaesdav
Invited r-ests -achaded all Ha-
dassaa :->d rhairrae-- rechair -
r_en and pres_de_rts.
These were R:*ilir-d Kle_-i
-.l..ar. Goodman. Frances Le-
a Ve-sdaraes W-.ll.i- Le-e
Am _reer--*rg Fr.e-da New_a
Fre-_ I:?.*-. E-S-e Aiexaader. O.
S.a.e.; ..*eph Gcidberg, H M
-_a=-aa
Maaaaaaei Ft.m. Kalat -
. rat trwi. La* Maiuaei
-.-:*-- E-.iT._i. Srr.t- 1- -
Fit .'i.* 3er-nir_ Hi- Plet-
-.?. : -?-- Saap.r: ia. Ann
Mrs. Harry Gerstea. cr. airman
".-=.-s !.-. -. 5:._r 1 .----
Bonds. atti
Plans f:: Hi.ii^iT 3:oi
M:^-a. _-. :-. fr_i S:>i-x:
Beach Optical Senrice Opens
Salon Per Individually Styled

- *.-
v-c W_r.-
;.'. r.ada____i Hi >^" -HbI i
: : SI': !v: :J r_:: ._: M
To Release Frozen Arab Assets
VVTTri SCATTOKS V; Tl t I'- : N- PaWtmf
1 ...i-. :C --.:-. its e-farts : re-
. ___ _

:--. .-.-.: : the a-.: rcfiaK*- traa. Palea-
I Lsrs -.- :-.z -. i firs: ent oi
- :. L -_._.-. ; -. "... ;.:.:; ,. -,.._t:; .; ;-.i..
Italkin To Speak
At Ere S*rrie+8
Z- .:- .' 3ilx_T. _
tlw Pk rasa XHec flnii ITrfaaaa
:. r. ^fir.t :f 3:;. 3 :.-.-_ -nil
peaxe: ;: Sa:-
aj -: f Taaapla Ett_t.-f_
Pt l_i_:r:.i;r S-r.r:: :'. 3i.-
_r. s i3C.-r;j _r_U ^e B aa.
E-.- :>j Years Of Sernce.
?-i::. N-i.--._5 Rar.a:. -z..-.:_.
Iri_r:
(toldmann >ees Bonn Approval Soon
. si > Sakaa
.-. ;'. = :- i. Cia :
_- i -
. In
- .: I--. : .- -: _::.: D ?_::
-- -.:.r-_ :; _-- ~x-r.
-ix: r.-.v _ra_ _-___* ri*Tr _-..-
xae CanKtavar-i -

Beth Sholem Sisters
Hold Wednesday Teas
--T T*_r.pie Be*_- Sbohaas
S-Ti_ood :r. October 22a_ =:
P-ai_ _:. be Hat Mesdarr-e* I A
KB F_ Mertrer. Hern
\V__:e. ?. Vcllweiler. of Baach Optical ServKe advises two
clients r= the choice oi indiriducdly-stylec b rrr.es in tin
Pebbjot. 5c_o_; of his farm's new offices at 3AC l.r.rob Rood
Tkelr recent change of quarters personalities." he expiated "&
tc new and **** *!*** 'pert adihce is J^,'
Meaxaa-ae r^cor at 550 Lincoln nur 9amitiMI nand,t
R_ad -s the result of Beach Op- ~_/^ *" iRd
_;il Servxes pohcy of service. of "**^* ?ti; Peteserr-
rteagr an<_ expert workman- "^ P*-CF
= -.: | t-r- __HB-*el_ Beach Opr::;: tuadlei e-e
B*.:r. Optical Senice has add- prescription-- --.ented by
ad a aaa_a-- Jeaa-are aa tiaair laUat -he use cf ~ -. scientific e-
-: iwalim their Quiprr.er.: it. .-.- .is _'. capable
large line f.-i.-nes is technicians -.-.- .-. experi-
aa Optical Bar. Set out as a *nce. JaBamler added The Oj.
.-. Sil-r- ^.:-. Op-.cil's tical Service -rs a com-
clieatelc rr.ay now choose a frarae P'ete hne of rfaetlai, foldiaj
tar every pe.-scaa_i:y. said Water spectacles, hraonil-n and sua
P Va-hnalar. owner and Miami glasses.
Beach opt-coan for many years. Smce they ha .- Lhea Dwncom.
"Near oar clientele can enjoy pletely equips; laboraiory,
eye comfort and be assured of Beach Optical Service can de-
ttraet_va and individual styles liver rapid _a_d .-% serv-
bes* su_-ed tc therr fearures and ice by phorur.^ 5-5419.
French Jews Fear .* Lamv
?AJ_L5 VK5 A ;..-_-,- ;. .- ramect :. i mrtau Hm
".--""_: MB] -. .- i c?_rt^ b| z^r~ saa-
ers ----._-.-.._-. r.ia:*. .t was iisci^sed nere by = reaV
-- r .r-r iT.-..-i_rr. ;__ _f ;:.:>: :-. Par__*--.#a_ w-u_d
.-. -it _saad_ .: ."r-i _-_ i.-e aal ca_aaai __ aaaatry The
-; se B| aaaaad tbc Preao. Maaaary :f Coen-aerc* one of
_-r._ac .-- Bsaaea raasatl] -taaad ..-. tae -paras-t* raehaau"
a a a a
Blame Fjgvpt For Mine Explosion
--- A".:v ;TA ?.e-s-;.:ai.:_:y : r ta* e-r-.ws.-:r. :'. i
----- _-. __e Necev &.>___ cf Khaa Yruais. was _a_d :r. Esypt
a; -..--e _-:irl-E-T?*__a V.x-- AnaJatiri C---__..r. this week.
"-- rnrn-niMa-ai aaac atgai Hm -^yptaaai a-aa g.-e.ter r.re ia
c--;_i_t-| oafiltreei aad -Hraa_B_aj r-iadi *a_cr. :.-.si _=:.-. Urael
'.. .-. Es.;.-: -a -.e.--.:.r;. Geaeral WiLUaa. E Riiey. Uattad RataaM
v_:* .: it-e_*-_ ckc H-. iaaaaa raeetmt;.
a
To Reorganize Iran's Feonomy
3?.'.?=El-5 ^N5 r__-r_l* 3:-.: pres.dent ; the lateraa-
- .. :_._.-_: for ?--r:.r_-::_;-..r. ::.: -levelspraent has accepted aa
.-. ._.-_- :> -fjc l---T_iT. QaaaraaBBBl to .-e.rgan:rg Iran's eccnomv
twaat. _s .: wa^ re-r_ei r.ere A !_-:_ ftaan.,*: -ad eo^aol
- _-..: : -..-e s.:r. .: i .r-_i.-. .amigrant fr^rr. Gicii wh
: -- ; aaDj' -.i Su-n i:-,er
a a
Novelist To Teach At Yeshiva
NT"* V^Rrl :TA A:p r:-rr: :; Herrain W:__u ?uli_ter
- t i_..: .; lac Ca-ae Mataaj bag professor of E-.lisr
-' : : -- -.-_-..--.:.-_ ;y _>r Samuel Belitia pres -
'-: "*'---c t- i_:r.:r :f "reT a.vr_i :_
.--. i ; -_1 teaek creative wrrtmg _t the .'r..-.e-- -v ; '"- ~_1
-: Arti aad Soences. ~
?..t: A.- x_a_er R:boms Man
Dreye. aad [jilaatl Gaidman.
Tr_: -.1 ae given :a Wedaes-
afteraxas f:r the purpose
'-t s-rld it i Bazaar on Decea-
hai M and :atr_ said Mrs Aaron
- '' --:er -.: : p --_-._Tr.:
Popkim WUi Be
At t omrlm,-e Here
Ki.-rr.ia M. P>p_;_-. ;* Atlanta
V._:z _>irect;: .; tr.e S:_:nem
Inter-P-ea-ona. 7,>"n Youth
Cca_rr-_is-oc sponsored by the
Soutfieaste; P^-gioe 0; the Zi_c-
-r. Orjaaia-ti-a :'. .Arnersca aad
the Southern. Sc-utheastern and
r.bridi regvoas of Sea;or Hadas-
sah. -_: be m Miami October
23rd. to atiead the *'' South
r.-r.di Y:_ag Z.3a-st CoaoLave.
The Conclave wilj be held at
Carap Te-jaesta. Keada_l the
weeaead of October -4_r. _a."ugh
2 cr-airraaa :f tae .>rai C>raraij-
e ==-
SP-as. -: : _-^ -_rea_e. ;.;..
rai __we__c Yi..-_t Co---.
the C:ac_ire _s hBBM a_; |.-
: ; -=-: C-r-i -etweea --. ;.:
K :: a n
..-.
.-.tcureci rncrppiac pjans Joe the Greener Micani Jewiah Com-
~____ry Center Membership Campaign, which gets under
.- on Sunday rncrning. October 28th. at a rv-%YyT flreak-
-^-st mre Erratm Gale. GM7CC executive J-iec-ui, Lao Shetner.
c-venr-arn o. the Merr-bership Compcagn- and Ben Easec. Paul
Sobei and Isidare S.rnk3w:-_, members c_ the Campaign Com-
WA>TED
i.sig z.*v:z;a..\ __.-_ .;
Cn._ed S---.-^-!
I'M" H*
is ban Loaaa, =.. ajr-o,.T_
laaaaaaaaa ..ocx ;rr Has fat_-
*" ca-'r-e *s l-vaml and mota- i
?_**. T*- He ts aoBcat byj
- ---o as now .-,1
* at Ha-aaafa, Be.:
- V -;*- =- ~r- ->; t
-------- Fii--r -is
and W:tf_er was Mirkv
He is s nephew .; the person
=*-a ?:-.-.:
JACK-5ALOKOX MI.VTZFP..
** :i _-e DaOad BaMai
betweer. 1900 and 1905. aad was
'--' --- F.xsazu. Rouraania.
Soawfct by Utbu, Jtot-,. who ^
|aaar resid-nz in Montevideo. Or-
iTua.. He was born July Ji.
:" Bjcnarest. Roumania. His
fathers name was -gnate. and
Ml motaer was Regma Marcus.
He has a sister Sylvia, age 55
I*"** *her sister Laise, age 53.
Women's Group
Highlights UN Day
The Conference of Jewish
Wi-oen's Organirations of Dade
aad Broward Counties will ln-
i -curate the season at the Delano
Hotel on Thursday. October 23rd.
".0 30 a-m- it was announced by
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Confer-
ence president.
A program highlighting United
Nations Day will be featured.
. Mrs. Lehman said.
Mrs Sylvia Chertkof. program
charrraaa. indicated that Mrs.
Sterling Hunter, authority on
UNESCO and representative of
the United Nations Institute, and
Cantor David Silverraan. of the
: Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
render selections highlighting
'countries prominent in the UN.
A dramatic presentation of
Norman Corwini Unutled. is
also scheduled. Under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Gershoo Miller, it
w_U be grven by the Miami Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. ln-
-ied m the cast are Boris Prit-
.aer. Aaraa Gluckowsky. Bob
Lyaaa, Gershon Miller. Martha
M;:kieourg. Mane Morewitz.
Mildred Dronge. Malccm Steward
iT.; R_:r. ?:-
Arrangements are under the
i-spices of Mrs Ben.amin AppeL
-'- eaaraji '. reservations is Mrs.
- PraakeL
M*n*r Lmdiek
Folia High Vote
May:: Jaaaah E
the highest v : -
ami Council rate
place this wee-
Other wmnmg ca:
Curtiss B Ha-.::
G Miller.
At installation :
th Horth Miarr.
October 28th. a rr.
chosen by the BM
mortg its members
Leonard Kim ha 11
'Vtschi, whose baaai
tember. 1963. will
the new officials
L.:.:k DO-H
.-.e North Mi-
--.::h twk
-.i.iites were
a and Jaza
remooies it
::rr Hall oa
lyar will bt
_cil from a--
i.-.d Uanaj
end in Sep-
serve with
Folk Dance Group Meets
The Folk Dance Group of Uk
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center will meet at the Bead
Branch on Sunday evening at t
p-rn. Deaces of all r.aU-as wil
be demonstrated aa_h special at;
tention to the Gree*
Gobies B'nai B'rith
Bnai B'ntfa ITaaan of Cor.
Gables will meet r. T-esday.*;
tober 21st. 8 p rr M the Co
Gables Jewish Ctatff ** 1>A
Tobak announced ta_: the fil*
High Wall will be _howB at that
time.
Beach Center Men
To Meet Monday
The Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold
its first Membership Party of the'
season on Monday evening. Oc-
tober 20th. 8 3* a-m_ ia the Ceo-
ter Dming Room.
Irving Cypen. chairman of the
Program Committee, said that
the meeting will be programmed
as an informal social get-togeth-
er, with professional entertain-
nent and members of the Board
of Directors serving as hosts.
Sam Kat- and Irving Schatz-1
^*n are co-chairmen oi the.
Membership Cammittee.
Bemeh Fupil*
Jmim Hmkefe
Children of tne afiaal B*
Jewish Center foiacd ^i*^
and young adult* : *-" ^
Familv in Hat :
evening, when I
Lehrman led the ccng
the Simchas T .^tfft.
A party for pupil? '.
ligious School latew-d, aaaj
bv members of the CeaaaJJ
These included *<**
Harry Brick, chairman. irw
Firtel. Theodore Saaba*
man Mechlowitz. Shern-
lan7__amuel Lur*. *jn--J2
ton. Morris Gulkis. an- aaaw
N. Greene. ^^ #
Serving as hostesses *m .(
Mesdames George Tevet-J^ii
man. Harry Brack. Harry P^
Harry Selkgwan. Ullun
Wo-ft


FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1952
+Jewish noi-kUan
PAGE 7A
University Symphony Orchestra To Open
26 Season; Features Renowned Soloists
The 26th season of the Univer-
sity of Miami Symphony Orch-
estra under the baton of John
Bitter promises to be an out-
standing one, Marie Volpe, con-
cert manager, said early this
week.
A galaxy of musical artists to
suit the most varied and discrim-
inating tastes has been assembled
currently under study for per-
formance include the following:
Symphony No. 6 in B minor,
Tschaikowsky; Symphony in D
minor, Franck; Symphony No. 88
in D major, Haydn; Symphony
No. 7 in A major, Beethoven;
Symphony No. 40 in G minor,
Mozart.
Symphony in C major, Bizet;
Symphonic Poem Death And
Transfiguration, Strauss; Prelude
and Liebestod from Tristan Und
Isolda, Wagner; and the Firebird
Suite, Stravinsky.
Concertos to be performed in-
clude the Piano Concerto in G
major, Beethoven; Sinfonie Es-
pagnol, Lalo; Piano Concerto No.
2 in F minor, Chopin; Concerto
for Two Pianos in C major, Bach;
Concerto for Two Pianos and
Orchestra, Lopatnikoff.
Piano Concerto No. 3, Rach-
Mrs. Marie Volpe
for the coming year.
World renowned musicians who
will appear with the orchestra in-
clude Rudolf Firkusny, Helen
Traubel. Nathan Milstein, Jan
Peerce, Guiomar Novaes, Vron-
sky and Babin, Bidu Sayao, Jorge
Bolet, Isaac Stern and Jean Be-
detti.
Mrs. Volpe indicated that Dean
Bitter has been in rehearsal with
the orchestra for the past two
weeks and that symphonic works
Meetings, 4t North Dade
Members of the North Dade
Jewish Center will meet on Wed-
nesday evening, October 22nd, 8
p.m., to nominate candidates for
the Center's November officer
election.
The Center Men's Club is
scheduled to meet on Tuesday
evening, October 21st, 8 p.m.,
with Dave Greene reporting on
an Old Fashioned Barn Dance
which will be held Saturday ev-
ening, November 1st.
Brandeis Group
Halloween Party
The Louis D. Brandeis Auxil-
iary No. 199. Free Sons of Is-
rael, will hold a Halloween Par-
ty on Sunday Afternoon, 2 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Hilda Kir-
shen, 180 NW 49th Street.
The group will also meet on
Thursday, October 23rd, 8 p.m.,
in the Green Room of the Alca-
zar Hotel.
John Bitter
maninoff; Violin Concerto in G
major, Mozart; and Double Con-
certo for Violin and Cello,
Brahms.
Two other works being re-
hearsed include Bach transcrip-
tions by Leopold Stokowski and
Dean Bitter.
Subscriptions are still avail-
able, Mrs. Volpe said. Single
tickets go on sale October 27th.
Isaac Levin Lodge
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will meet on Thursday evening,
October 23rd, 8 p.m., at the Al-
cazar Hotel. Featured will be
a Membership Stag in conjunc-
tion with the National B'nai
B'rith GO Campaign, Jack A.
Falk, chairman, said early this
week.
Hebrew Free Loan Association Has
Memorial For Samuei Rothstein
A Memorial to Mr. Samuel
Rothstein, first president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association, will
e held by mem-
bers of the As-
"ciation on
Sunday evening
October 19th, 8
P-ro- at the
Greater Miami
Jewish Com-
'unity Center.
Mr. Rothstein,
under whose ad-
ministration the
free Joan group
Brew to its present proportions,
died here about a year ago.
Chairman of the affair, Mrs.
Rose Pertes, indicated that a
Colden Book Of Life will be op-
ened on Sunday evening, pages
of which may be purchased by
Miami residents desiring to in-
crtbe their names as a hurting
Rothstein
commemoration in the annals of
the Association.
Residing at 1553 SW 7th Av-
enue, at the time of his death,
Mr. Rothstein originally came
from New York. He was an ac-
tive member of the GMJCC Gold-
en Age Group, as well as of oth-
er civic and philanthropic organ-
izations here.
Isidore Schwartz, president of
the Association, stated that Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth Tfil-
ah, will be guest speaker. Can-
tor Maurice Mamches, of Beth
David Synagogue, U scheduled to
render musical selections. Also
on the program will be two new
Israeli films.
Members of the Committee in
charge of the affair include the
Mesdames Ida Ochs. Anna Block,
Jennie Solinger, Hyman Kam,
Gertrude Injen, Bessie Rosen-
berg, Rachel Sackowitz, Louis
Weintraub, W. Kramer and L.
Saperstein.
Ueaeh High FT A
Views Plaulets
The second fn the series of
Parent Education Sessions of the
Miami Beach High School PTA
will take place on Wednesday,
October 22nd, 9:30 a.m., in the
school cafeteria.
Playlets to be presented are
Susan Take A Stand For Freed-
om and John Gives The Base-
ment A Lick And A Promise.
The cast for the plays includes*
the Mesdames Bert Klee, Lewis
Loeb, Abe Solosko, George Sug-
erman, Carl Susskind and Sally
Gainsborough.
Discussants are Miss Margaret
Tarrer, Dean of Girls; and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, representing the
parents.
Academy To
Close Campaign
The Hebrew Academy will con-
clude its 1952 Membership Cam-
paign on Sunday morning with a
Victory Breakfast at the Strath
Haven Hotel, Miami Beach.
New members of the Academy,
workers of the Membership
Committee and parents of newly
enrolled students at the Academy
will be guests at the Breakfast.
Rabbi David Shapiro, chairman
of the Membership Committee,
will preside at the meeting. Mi-
ami Beach Councilman Harold
Turk, representing the new par-
ents, will speak. Dr. David S.
Andron, president of the Acad-
emy, will welcome new members
and parents.
Preview of a forthcoming radio
program featuring the Hebrew
Academy Quiz Kids will feature
the program. Rabbi Alexander
Gross, principal, will moderate
the panel. Contestants for the
first program will include Jos-
eph Lauer, Rose Berman, Mel-
vin Sachs, Efrom Mescheloff and
Seymour Spolter.
Prizes will be distributed to
workers who brought in the lar-
gest number of new members to
the Academy. Cantor Berele Kel-
emer, of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, will
present a musical program.
Annual Sunday School Teachers'
Seminar To Open October I i h
Klein To Speak On UN
Edward Klein will give a talk
on the United Nations at the next
regular meeting of the Miami
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress on Wednesday, October
22nd. 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Harold Druker, 2241 SW 19th
Terrace.
Feature Diving Star
The North Dade Jewish Center
Sisterhood heard progress reports
early this week on a projected
Splash Party scheduled for the
Founts inhead Motel. Speaking
were Rita Weissman and Ida
Goodman, co-chairmen of the
event. Champion comic diving
star of TV, Dick Miller, will be
featured.
Education Board
Meets Monday
Board of Directors of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education will
meet on Monday, October 20th,
at 8:15 p.m.
The agenda will include re-
ports on the Bureau Building
Fund, the Seminar for Sunday
School teachers opening on Oc-
tober 19th. Adult Education Pro-
grams for Greater Miami and
participation in Jewish Book
Month.
A call for city-wide participa-
tion in a Conference for Adult
Jewish Education has been sent
all congregations here under the
name of Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
chairman of the Educational
Committee of the Bureau.
This representative meeting
will be held at the Bureau build-
ing on Tuesday, October 21st, at
8:15 p.m. Discussion will center
on evaluation of Adult Institutes,
analysis of subjects taught, con-
cern for future trends and a gen-
eral exchange of experiences in
the area of Jewish education.
Th Annual Seminar for Sun-
day School teachers will be initi-
ated this Sunday, October 19th,
12:30 p.m., at a luncheon of the
teachers in the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
The luncheon will introduce
the five sessions to follow and
will include a symposium on Ob-
jective In Teaching Jewish His-
tory.
Participating will be Cantor
Irving Robinson, of Coral Gables
Jewish Center, and Dr. Donald
Michelson, of Temple Israel, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman acting as
moderator. The luncheon will al-
so include a music interlude by
three sisters: the Mesdames Flor-
ence Gordon, Norma Rabinowitz
and Berle Kelemer.
The five sessions, to be held at
the Bureau of Jewish Education
for five Wednesdays beginning
October 22nd, will deal with the
teaching of history and problems
facing the Sunday School teach-
ers.
Discussants for the history hour
will include Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education; Saul Rabin,
educational director of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center; Jer-
ome Gordon, educational director
of Beth David; and Sydney
Greenberg, educational director
of Beth Sholom.
The second hour. Problem
Clinic, will deal with questions
Adult Institute Courses
Registration is now on for the
Adult Institute of the North
Dade Jewish" Center. Consisting
of three 10-week courses, they
embrace these subjects: Crisis In
Jewish History, Customs And
Ceremonies and Mechanical
Reading And Basic Hebrew.
chosen by the Sunday School
teachers through a questionaire
distributed by the Bureau, with
discussants including teachers
from Beth Sholom, Beth David,
Coral Gables Jewish Center and
Miami Beach Jewish Center. The
Seminar will conclude on No-
vember 20th, with an evaluation
of the Seminar and plans for
subjects to be treated by the
Sunday School teachers in 1953.
The Seminar is an annual func-
tion of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, in cooperation with the
Jewisn schools of Greater Miaimi.
Grossinger Bar Mitzvah
The parents of Howard Allen
Grossinger, 5020 North Bay Road,
announce his Bar Mitzvah to-
morrow morning at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. How-
ard attends Riverside Military
Academy.
WWW*\*A-WWVi
(Copyright. 1932. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
When Jack Benny returned this
summer from a six-week per-
formance an vacation tour of
England, Scotland and Wales, he
told me that he felt his success
with British audiences was due
to his radio broadcasts during the
war years which were so well re-
membered there.
This year he regretted that he
was not able to visit Israel as he
had anticipated. However, he
said he hopes to go to Israel next
year.
Explaining why he has made
the British tour annually for the
past four summers, Benny said:
"Nobody hates a full, uninter-
rupted vacation more than I do.
To sit and do nothing for three
months that would drive me
crazy. This way I was able to
work in leisurely fashion and to
make my leisure more inter-
esting."
Jack will eat an egg sandwich
when he can't think of anything
else to eat but he will tell you
that baked spaghetti is his favor-
ite food:
Prepare boiled spaghetti with
tomato sauce, then melt a cup or
more of American cheese. Add
rich cream sauce to the spaghetti.
Into a well greased pudding dish
place a layer of spaghetti, sprin-
kle with melted cheese, cream
sauce, repeating until all is used.
Dot with bits of butter and bake
in a hot oven. This dish is a bit
different in that melted American
cheese is used rather than Italian
cheese. It is richer too.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT cuunr OF THE
ELEVENTH JUUlCiBL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND KUR LWDE
COUlNTV. IN bHAnCtHf.
No. 153/89
FRANCEU SLlWINrtKI, Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN SL1WINSKI. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN SLIWINSKl
tow Atlantic M.cel
I.....K ,".i Connecticut
You are nereoy notined mat a Bill
Of Complaint lor Divorce has been
lued aaainwt >vu, unu jvj are re-
quired lo serve a copy of your Answer
or 1'icaiiiiig to the Hill oi Complaint
on UM plaintiff's Attorneys, MlcK9,
HKI.MA.N' r KAPLAN, ..<) Seybold
Building. .Miami, Fiorina, and file the
original Answer or 1'leauing In the
otlice of the Clt-rk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 13th day of
November, 1952. If you fall to do SO,
judgment bj deiauit will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Tills notice -shall be published once
each week for four consecutive we^Kit
in THE JKWISH FLORIIJ1AN.
DONE AM) ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lath day of October,
A.L). 1952.
10. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court beat)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
10/17-21-31 11/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153813
ERNEST D. SIMS. 1'laintiff
vs.
CHARI/ITTB MARGERY SIMS.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLOTTK MARGERY SIMS
3201 Chestnut
Dong Beach, California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint lor 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.
HERMAN COHEN, 1305 GongreJ*
Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day
of November, 1952. If you fail 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 week*
in THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of Ociooer,
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATJHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FE1GE.
Deputy Clerk jt,
HERMAN COHEN +i
Attorney for Plaintiff M
1305 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
10/17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 153814
CLARA BRODERSON, Plaintiff
vs.
BENJAMIN BRODERSON.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BENJAMIN BRODERSON
Chief Carpenter
C.S.S. SALISBURY (AV-13)
c/o Postmaster
San Francisco, California.
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 plaintiffs Attorney,
HERMAN COHEN, 1305 Congres*
Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
November. 1952 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 week*
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of October,
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Count}-, Florida 1
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1305 Congress Building
Miami it, Florida
10/17-24-J1 11/7
*
;VuUST BROS R> ,
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 ioc?
Opera Guild Will Present
Metropolitan Stars Here
In keeping with its policy of bringing outstanding opera to the
unity, the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, during its 12th year,
steller cast signed for the three operas scheduled to be per-
ned here this m ason.
A double bill presentation of Gianni Sehicchi by Puccini, in
-' and Cavalleria Rustieana.
lascagni, in lt.ili.in. .it the
County Auditorium, s I
vening, January 17th and at
; Miami Beach Audit
a) i v> ning, Jan. 19th. will
be the firsl of-
g of the
Guild in 195S.
Salvatore Ba-
calloni, w o rid
I mous Metro-
politan
basso
will sing the
5 iccaloni
11 a lian-
born Baccalloni
made his Met
: m 1940. and has sung more
170 rotes in five languages
Rustieana. Miss Resniek came to
the Met by way of the radio pro-
gram, Auditions of the Air. which
She won in 1944. and has kuii
:n great demand for concert,
torios and operas" as well as radio,
ever sinee. She appeared m the
leading role of Madam Butterfly
with the Opera Guild in If 18.
George Champliski. b.. Hone
who was seen in Tosca with the
Opera Opera Guild in 1950. is slated for
buffo. a return engagement to Miami
this season when he dons the 0S-
role of tum'' Alfib in Gianni Sehicchi.
Gianni Schic- Polish-born Chapliski made his
debut as Scarpia in Tosca at War-
saw. Poland. Since then he has
become a familiar face in this
country and has sung with many
leading opera companies includ-
- c.ng with Mr Bacall : .11 lnS San Francisco. Cnc.natti. and
Scotland-born Dorothy Mae- New Orleans.
appearing as Lauretta Miss
Neil, whi has delighted audi-
ences throughout the world with
hei nasterful rendition of opera-
rias, is a popular member of
----- New York City Center Opera.
C.mpleting the cast of interna-
-. .'. singers :n Gianni Sehicchi
be the young Arv.ene.in ten-
David Poleri who will portray
.:...- :..<:.:: Ho
a'.so be seen as Turiddu in
C .alleria Rustieana. Although
.-' :n his twenties, Poleri has
:..-. ved wide ace... h < ap-
nce in opera, radio and con-
and > currently doir._
-. \- with the New York City
r (, I .. C< mpany. Poleri
hen as Alfred :n the
a Guild's production of Die
F e lermaus last ason.
young Metropolitan so-
il* h i sang 14 major roles in
- .. before she was 25. Regma
ick. will sing the feature
Antone Copola. who is current-
ly conducting the New Faces Of
1952 Review on Broadway, will
conduct the orchestra for both
operas.
Appearing as Violetta in La
Traviata. by Verdi, which will be
performed in Italian at the Dade
Steber
Polcn
Triangle To Film
Productions Here
County Auditorium. Saturday
evening. February 28th, and at
the Miami Beach Autdiorium.
Monday evening. March 2nd. will
be Eleanor Steber. leading so-
prano of the Metropolitan.
In 1940. Miss Steber won the
Met Auditions of the Air. which
entitled her to an opera contract.
She made her debut as Sophie in
Strauss' Der Rosenkavaher on
December 7th. and has sung six-
ati :-. (:' Tr:ang'.e P:\xiuc- teen additional major roles there
r*2s, for the f com- su
-'- f stage, radio and Robert Weede, who sang in the
ision. was announced this Opera Guild's production of Pag-
eek as an ". :'. .-". iking hacci in 1950. will sing the role of
.- eater Miami one of the major Georgio Germont in La Traviata.
business centers of the Weede has sung leading parts in
ted States. even,- important American opera
- new outfit has leased, for company including the Met and
ve-year period. 5.000 square San Francisco opera.
rtf of floor space a: 113 North Singing the role of Alfredo Ger-
: Avenue. Headquarters in- mont >n La Traviata will be the
soundproof recording stu- s,ar OI pera. concert and screen.
- a pr.ip and costume room. Charles Kullman. Kullman who
al Grand Opera Companies and
is currently conductor and musi-
cal director for the Mutual Broad-
casting System in New York.
Rounding out the three produc-
tions will be 20 local singers in
supporting roles, a chorus of 70
members who double in private
life as housewives, lawyers, and
even a fire chief, and an orchestra
composed of 40 members who are
local musicians and members of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra.
Sets for both operas, which are
worth some $40,000. and include
original Metropolitan scenery.
1 will be under the supervision of
Jack Schliman.
The man behind the scenes who
founded the Opera Guild in 1942.
and serves as artistic and execu-
tive director is Dr. Arturo di
Filippi.
On the production staff are
Lena Maddaford. coach and ac-
compianist for rehearsals: Bruce
Davis. choir master: Walter
Grossman. assistant orchestra
conductor: Anthony Stivanello.
stage director: Alfred Barton,
technical advisor: and Harry Jos-
lin. stage manager.
Tickets for all performances
may be purchased at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Miami Beach
Radio Company. Martin's Drug
Store. Burdine's Third Floor, Cor-
delia's Book & Card Shop. Dade
County Auditorium, and Stead-
man Music House.
rsal studios and executive
eS.
The organization is headed by
Rabmowitz. 39-year-old
-cer with 24 years of stage
radio background. He has
,- producing stage, radio and E*^.!**!*'?? Gu"d
has been a popular figure here
since 1935. recently was spot-
lighted in a new role as a motion
picture star in Universal-Inl
tional's Song Of Scheherazade.
Emerson Buckley, who will be
TV shows locallv for the post ,0-lhe fourth consecutive year.
ytar% p will wield the baton for La Tra-
. ^,. viata. Hi has conducted operas in
known of Rabinowitz T\ thu ,, WIlh lh San c rf
- prises is Court Of Junior New Yoik. Columbia and Nation-
employing a teen-age cast -_________________,_______________
simulated jury trial, which
led '-: WTVJ on October
He .'".. s also handled teen-
adio shows and has been a
atics teacher.
Synagogues I'p
Holy Day Israel
Bond Pnrehases
The Shemini Atzereth appeal
in the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter netted S30.450. bringing the
total sale of Israel Bonds at
Greater Miami Synagogues dur-
ing the High Holiday season to
more than $86,000. it was report-
, ed early this week.
In another bond appeal last
Saturday. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
' off. of Congregation Beth Jacob,
obtained pledges amounting to
$2,000.
I Previous appeals on Rosh Ha-
shona and Yom Kippur, made at
fourteen Synagogues here, netted
$54,100.
Oscar Lelchuk. bond chairman
for the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, has set himself the ambitious
goal of bettering the previous
total for his congregation of
$8,500 up to $10.00.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Tfilah. brought pledges to-
taling $3,400
Name Clements President
President of Chase Federal
Savings & Loan Association. Mi-
ami Beach. Charles L. Clements,
imediate aims of Triangle I will be elected president of the
Productions, Rabinowitz said,
will be beamed toward local clubs
and organizations requiring com-
pletl "package deal" entertain-
rw ot -shows. In addition, he plans
; vovide advertisers and adver-
-g agencies with top-grade
and TV programs.
"With Greater Miami con-
stantly spreading out in enter-
: nent media." he said, "a def-
. need for a package produc-
service has arisen. We be-
in-, e we are the first to offer such
a complete service in the area."
United States Savings & Loan
League m November. Clements
was elected vice president of the
League at its Convention here
last vear.
Ginsburgs Return
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg.
of 411 Ocean Drive, have re
ed here following their sudden
trip to Atlantic City. New Jer-
sey, where they attended the fun-
eral of Mrs. Ginsburgs father.
Mr. David Kiner.
Ends Laxatives
finds amazing relief
"I have had great success with
all-bban-." writes Paterson, N. J..
man. "After years of constipation,
I am now regular. Thanks to my %
cup of all-bban every day!" If you
suffer from irregularity due to lack
of dietary bulk, try a bowlful of
this tasty cereal erery night before
bed... it may bring back the youth-
ful regularity you thought long
lost, all-bban is the only type
ready-to-eat cereal that supplies
all the bulk you may need. It's high
in cereal protein, rich in iron, pro-
vides essential B and D vitamins.
Not habit-forming. If you're not
t tatuted after 10 days, send empty
carton to Kellogc's, Battle Creek.
Mich., and get double money back !
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTON An attempt by the former chief of the Stat.
Department Visa Division to smoke-screen the McCarran-insDir rf
listing of Jews on visa applications has been exposed by the di
covery of a 1950 Senate report which contradicts Visa Division a<
sertions.
Herve J. LHeureux. ex-chief of the Visa Division, has denied
in a letter that he -recently" directed consular authorities to lauel
Jews. He explained that the government "has used the classifies
tion Hebrew' for visa statistical purposes" since 1924. His explain*
tion does not coincide with the facts on page 241 of Senate Reuwi
No. 1515. dated April 20. 1950. This report tells how Earl G Har
risen, as Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, in 1943
ordered the practice of identifying Jews eliminated. Harrison
shocked by Nazi racism, discontinued the labelling of Jews, includ-
ing even the statistical" listings L'Heureux mentioned in his lette-
Obviously, L'Heureux either failed to tell the truth in his letter
or failed to abide by the 1943 anti-discrimination ruling.
L'Heureux wrote the letter on August 29th as his last official
act as chief of the Visa Division. He wrote it because he was forced
by nation-wide protests to explain the listing by the Visa Division
01 Jews as such on visa applications. The B'nai B'rith Anti-D>fa-
mation League had first raised the issue. But L'Heuri ux ignored
an ADL letter, which to this day remains unanswered. Instead, he
chose to write to the United Service for New Americans. The USN'\
released his letter through the- National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council. Designed to obscure the facts, L'Heureux's letter
confused many people.
Jewish agencies which have been in on this affair since its be-
ginning know what has actually taken place. The Visa Division
itself was the author of the "ethnic" clause of the McCarran-Walter
Omnibus Immigration Act. It is this clause, Section 222-A of the
Act, which requires that each alien must state his "race and ethnic
classification." Although the Visa Division wrote this requirement,
officials who participated in writing it are now telling the public
that they are seeking an "interpretation." They say that thev ar?
employees of the government and must naturally execute the laws
adopted by Congress.
The ethnic classification was conceived by L'Heureux as a gim-
mick for pinpointing Jews on visa applications. There was the 1943
anti-discrimination to be legally by-passed. And Senator Pat Mc-
Carran had asked the Visa Division for a statistical count of Jewish
visa applicants. Therefore, the ethnic device was visualized as 1
way of satisfying McCarran and also giving the Visa Division legal
authority for listing Jews.
Edward B. Maney. new visa chief, has said that each alien
"shall state his race, and each visa applicant shall also be required
to state his ethnic classification" but that "of course, it will be left
to each individual applicant to state what he considers to be his
race and ethnic classification." Chairman Emanuel Celler, of the
House Judiciary Committee, who has spent 30 years on immigration
matters, saw right through this bit of sophistry and pointed out to
Secretary of State Acheson that "aliens who fail to provide an
ethnic classification" which satisfies the consular authorities may be
arbitrarily denied visas under the new Act. The penalty for not
telling the truth is denial of a visa. In other words, you don't haw
to list yourself under the ethnic requirements as a Jew but you don't
have to get a visa, either.
While officials discussed ethnic theories, a Jewish woman ar-
rived in Washington from South America with an American visa.
She read a newspaper account of the visa situation and sought out
the JTA in Washington. This woman, an intelligent and sensitive
person, went to South America from Germany as a refugee from
persecution. In South America last spring she sought a visa from
an American Consul so she could visit a member of her family in
the United States. She said the consul asked her if she was Jewish
ar.d that he explained that such information was required by a "new
law." At this point she casually mentioned to the consul that she
was a native of East Prussia but fled because members of her fam-
ily were killed by the Nazis. The consul asked if she were sure it
was Germans and not Russians who murdered her people. Fearing
that she would be falsely suspected of Communism and denied a
visa, she became afraid to insist that the Germans were guilty. (In
Washington, witnesses questioned by the McCarran Internal Secur-
ity Subcommittee as suspected Communists were asked what they
thought of Hitler and what opinion they held of the McCarran Act)
The McCarran-Walter Act does not become effective until De-
cember 24th. Even before it was passed, however, some consular
officials were identifying Jews as such on visa applications in antici-
pation of the Act. Under the 1943 Harrison order thev had no busi-
ness labelling Jews for "statistical" or anv other purpose.
The singling out of Jews on visa forms came to the attention
of the ADL some time ago. Herman Edelsberg. ADL Washington
director, wrote L'Heureux that "we have recently been informed
that in the case of persons of the Jewish faith, consular olficers have
in several instances typed in the -word Hebrew' in the space provid-
ed for the answer to the question 'race.' "
The task of defining ethnic groups has been assigned to a new
subcommittee of the Bureau of the Budget. It remains to be seen
whether or not this "subcommittee on International Migration sta-
tistics" will consider Jews as an ethnic classification.
The State Department has received so many protests that it may
refer the whole issue to the Senate and House Immigration Sub-
committees for "objective Study." The chairmen of these subcom-
ri tnes happen to be Senator McCarran and Representative Francis
t Walter, co-authors of the act bearing their names. Criticism has
been so intense, however, that the listing of Jews mav have to be
abandoned altogether when the ethnic definitions have been decid-
ed upon. If this occurs, the alertness of Jewish organizations, par-
ticularly the ADL. will have been largely responsible. Members of
Congress, including non-Jews, helped immeasurably.
MELVIN M. KLOTZ. DJXS.
Announces The Opening
Of His Office For The
Practice Of General Dentialry
AT 1005 KANE CONCOURSE (96th ST.;
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS. MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 86-2260
HOURS 9 TO 5 EVE. APPTS.


FBIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952
National Council Of Jewish Women Fetes
59th Birthday; Local Section On WIOD
The Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will
join with Sections in 244 communities throughout the country to
morrow in celebrating the organization's 59th birthday
Known as Council Day the occasion will be observed locally on
Sunday, October 19th, with a Radio Broadcast over Station WIOD
at 1:15 p.m., under heading of Public Affairs.
Reputedly the oldest Jewish
Women's organization in the
United States, the National
Ouncil of Jewish Women was
founded in 1893, with the aim of
serving "faith and humanity".
The Miami Section's service
projects include Five Loan Schol-
arships to the University of Mi-
ami. Thrift Shop, Thrift and
"Workshop for rehabilitation of
displaced persons, English class-
es for New Americans, aid to
those seeking naturalization and
supplying personnel for the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education Library.
These projects are a small part
of the more than 800 projects
most <>f them operated on an in-
terfaith and interracial basis
conducted by all Council Sec-
tions," Mrs. Theodore Pritikin,
president of the local Section
said. "They include recreation
centers for the aged, diagnostic
clinics for specific diseases, hos-
pital recreation programs, reha-
bilitative work with the physic-
ally handicapped and work for
the underprivileged, the helpless,
tin very young and the newcomer
to these shores."
Mrs. Pritikin said that Coun-
cils education program keeps the
members and often the whole
community informed on mat-
ters of social legislation. "They
support, for example, the United
Notions, stronger price controls,
fair employment practice legis-
lation, abolition of the poll tax.
elimination of child labor, federal
aid to public school education
and a firm stand against Com-
yjjftAEafac
PAGE S A
Mrs. Theodore Pritikin
er established agencies in the
community. In Miami, Council
started the Alexander Graham
Bell School for children who are
hard of hearing, which was later
incorporated into the Dade Coun-
ty Public School System.
Hadassah Launches
Membership Drive
A membership drive by the
munism abroad and at home, con- | Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
sistent with the safeguarding of dassah, the women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, to mark
the beginning of the group's fifth
decade of activity in Israel and
the United States, will get under
our civil liberties."
The Miami Section sends work
and play materials to a kinder-
garten in Jerusalem as its part
in Council's Ship-A-Box project, i way on Monday, October 20th,
1 his is one aspect of Council's i Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, member-
i verseas program which includes I ship chairman of the Chapter, an-
support of the School of Educa- | nounced yesterday.
tion in Jerusalem to help Israel To spur the membership drive,
meet its need for teachers, as I an award and citation will be
; scholarships at American given to those who enroll the
greatest number of newcomers.
In preparation for the enroll-
ment efforts, a kick-off brunch
for volunteer workers will be
held at the Sea Gull Hotel on
October 20th, 10:30 a.m. The
drive will continue through Mon-
day, November 3rd. Addressing
a group of Hadassah leaders who
will spearhead the enrollment
campaign, Mrs. Shawmut said
that "for 40 years, Hadassah has
poured its energy and resources
into the effort to create a demo-
cratic Israel in the Middle East
and to preserve our democratic
heritage at home. In the critical
years ahead we must continue to
work in these two directions with
unabated vigor."
Mrs. Shawmut added that," one
of the major reasons for Hadas-
sah's effectiveness as an organ-
ization has been its steady growth
since its inception in 1912, when
Henrietta Szold gathered a dozen
colleagues about her. From those
humble beginnings we have
grown where today our members
number 300,00 with chapters in
the 48 states, Alaska and Puerto
Rico."
Universities for students from a-
broad who, upon their return,
bring to their countries the bene-
fits of American know-how in
fields of social work, nutrition,
nursery school education, occu-
pational therapy, medicine and
nursing.
Council started some of the
nation's first settlement houses,
helped to start remedial work
'vith delinquent children, pion-
eered day nurseries, medical in-
spection in schools, social work
with immigrants, free dispensar-
y's and public mental health
services whose worth was prov-
(n by Council have since been
issumed by government and oth-
Hold Junior Services
Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman
01 the Board of Education, the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, an-
nounced early this week that
Uie Junior Congregation of the
Ju-ligious School will meet every
Saturday morning, beginning
October 18th, in the Assembly
Hall of the school building and
will hold its own services.
Local Leaders To Ba(3el And Lox Breakfast
Attend Meet
A group of local leaders of the
Zionist Organization, of America
here have been appointed dele-
gates to the 15th annual conven-
tion of the Southeastern Zion-
ist region to be held at Savan-
nah, Georgia, the weekend of T)c-
tober 17th, according to an an-
nouncement by Fred Jonas.
Jonas, acting- president of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict, stated that S. A. Goodman,
Seymour B. Leibman, Gil Rappa-
port, Harry J. Sonz and Alex Van
Straaten, as well as himself, will
be among the delegates from
South Florida who will attend
the Conference.
The Convention, which will be
preceeded by a meeting of the
Southeastern Zionist Executive
today, is scheduled to be follow-
ed by public sessions tomorrow
night and all day Sunday, Octob-
er 19th. Business receiving spec-
ial attention includes the adop-
tion of quotas by the various dis-
tricts throughout the Southeast,
the annual membership campaign
and the re-organization of the
progress of the World Zionist
Organization.
Julius Fisher, secretary of the
District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
B'rith, and Joe Isenberg, past
president of the Georgia Asso-
ciation, B'nai B'rith Lodges, will
be guest speakers at a Lox and
Bagel Breakfast on Sunday morn-
ing, 9:30 a.m., in the Sorrento
Hotel. Purpose of the Break-
fast is to review the progress
made in the current South Flor-
ida Membership Campaign.
Iah'uI Artists9
Worlc Exhibited
Two local artists were leatured
at the opening show of the sea-
son held by the Miami Beach Art
Center.
Mrs. Iris (A. Budd) Cutler was
represented by watercolors, por-
Uvtasso OSiers
Sahbath Meats
Traditional Friday evening din-
ers are again being served to the
public at the Delano Hotel, on
the Ocean at 17th Street, Miami
Beach.
The Sabbath dinners have al-
ready become a by-word among
Greater Miami residents who
seek special courses prepared and
served according to the needs of
the Holy Day.
Sacramental wine is included
with all meals, according to
Charles Goldberg, managing di-
rector. The site of the Sabbath
j dinners is the Delano Hotel's ex-
quisite Blue Room.
Information may be obtained
at 58-7881.
Strauss
Mrs. Cutler
traits and scenes. Among t'nerrt
are Green Mansions, Miami Sky
line, Liquid Sunshine and -V
thon Harbor.
Represented by a number of
portraits of prominent Miamians
was Irving Strauss. Included are
his paintings of Darby Rathman,
Bernard Roth, Dr. Abraham
Nemscr and Dr. Abraham Wolf-
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER
17.
Arthur Sadies To Be Feted at Reception
Sunday: Couple Here From Wedding Trip
A reception will be tendered
A delicious story in Max Rosenreld reporter* concerns him-
self and Spaikman -hen both .steady the 'Jr.r.r^tr oi AU-
hama. Sparkmtn was Jo* Collece whin Rente.d Uerred on
Alabama s -ootball ream. And with that motion ot Sparkman.
we go right on to Carl Canner. whom R*nte'.d remembers a lot
more poignantly .
The whole football teira. say* Rosenie.a. had been tipped to
enroll in Carmers English class. A snap- fellas ... But collecnv.Iv
they swooned. discovering Carraer was running his class stilrer
than a cock s spurs. So Rosenfeld did an unprecedented thing
he studied. Brightly, therefore, he was exiting from an exam
wearing his shirt with the varsity "A", when he spied Canner in
the ha'.L
Rosenfeld chirped. "I think I dad okay."
Carmer stirred a trifle, chopped smoothly: The only A-
tou re likely tc get is just that one on your shirt.
Well. Canner raced on to aog his own As up there in the
literary stratosphere with his first Uesl sellinc -Stars Fell on Ala-
bama But Max Rosenfeld still yearns to do a proper rewrite:
Stars Fell in Alabama
?. <;:-:';:.!. by the way. s a civ*: fr:eni ,: Sa~ Kap.ir. of the
Miarn: 5ti.-.-. H>-:s: .^vj::.t.. -i _r..".* ;i > -r.j ; ...-:> Kas*:-.-
ben whs trrttM fOf Seventeen. Judy. --. tan, Hm --- ": Q"-
V_.-r.jY F'.-nder. powerhouse publkM I r !fUimi*l tm+

?. teafeU reaaindtd rre wed aaei t g yean ago at a Hotel
-. .,:. :_--_*: .- th* Steak House 1*11 never forget that oc-
. bi trngt of :he pet-_:._r *_y I Bwd thrcugh :: By some
error, I'd been sect a OtaMe orchid .Ullage, oh. very handsomely
tor ;. dowafer Ar.c actually _:: I could see were ;u5t those
: -..-rrr.ous jrohics s:ee::r.g rr-. wr.envu they Steaded to go.
IN THE NEWS:
October Mb marks the opening of Gilbert Maxwell's
Fiction Workshop at tha YMCA. There'll be I sessions of
hours each every Friday night at p-m. This autumn, says Mex-
weU. he's emphasixing lL- slick magaxines .
The Travel Seminar planned by the Miami Beech Chamber
of Commerce has edd*d another expert -rom Rochester. N.Y.
Newell GrinneL termer prexy of the American Society of Travel
Agents .
HAVE YOU NOTICED that Carl's market) now stock books?
J-r r:--:-..r; :::<-r;;k .< a Spar..sh prteer. It'l rased on a
unique teachinf metfaod. -r. "orcguue sequence" of related expen-
tr.es evolved in Harvard All done painlessly. :n pictures .
SO NOW WE KNOW that when you receive a card announc-
:r.c a dcnation in your name has been made to Brandets Univer-
sity's library, it's really a permanent joy. It meant that one of
thee* days when your* browsing through their stacks, you'll
arrest yourself proudly, lake another good look, and realixe that's
yeur name is it- The author's name is there, too. but that's purely
incidental. AU he did was write the book. You're in it because
you gave it. This flattering matter was explained to me fully
and dearly the other afternoon by Stella Turk, a leader in Bran-
ce:s future.
frUa Stela at ".he ::rr.e was her sifter Roslyn who's rr.arried to '
Dr Stanley Schwartz -_ nugbty happy about the boaaa and
'r.endsh.ps the? --'.; here Mrs Seharart- 1 coked fetching in a I
ttarcbed :--"_> bubbsMi and littk vrhitt -a: .
Director :'. C. rrrr._r.;ty Relations ..- the ::tle held by Will'
.--.--.: :' i the V.-rr: Beach Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n I
Iheir newest i\:.:-*~i-: _i the ?:_?:* contest to run a winning name
: .- their I imi iwlin S^rr. Be%ker's sta.-.ei thingl with a $'.0 firs'.
:-..-.- I n r.e ::' :-.c ;-irs S*: far. I judge Will pr;ba:'.y -j, .11
: l_-r. .: i.l _p :^:'-:e RJI n-.arr.age Th.anksgivir.g Day tc Becky
":':ar.e: -
SIC FLASH:
"Very startling" and you'll be as startled as was Anyuta
Melicov in New York when she got the offer to learn that the
Prince and Princess of Siam invUed her please to accompany them
back to teach their royal children. They ware enchanted with
her. Miss Melicov underwent a mighty tussle with herself before
concluding to decline the universe's most glamorous appointment,
and return to Miami Beach. She and her remarkable Mother got
home ;ust now All her friends instantly saw this as a perfect
secruel not "Anna and the King of Siam" but "Anyuta and the
Princess of Siam Meanwhile, a mere hint she dropped to an
artist-fr-.end m New York. Bert Warters short for Bertha result-
ed in quit* the most unusual scarf you've ever seen: cornered
with Music. Drama. Comedy. Art. Miss Melicov told her about
cur music and arts leagues here and pteslo! this extremely
beautiful silk screen design in chartreuse and blue. And doggone
if some of the art isn't abstractionist. Jacobsonl Yeah I looked
close!
CN TOUR:
LOVE AND BEST WISHES to recuperatir^ Mrs. JeaneMe
Idea K.: Kaata mother, in St Francs ARTIST IN OUR
MIDST is handicrafts au:hor::y Miner.a L.ch;.g now :eac-:r,g her
Date the handicapped and disabled If you'v* meandered around
the San Marino lobby, you've temarked on those Babyleman hang-
ing hexes lush with tropical foliage. Plastic, you know and gotta
be fingered befoc* yoo believe it! .
Plaque let years of distinguished service m the Civic League
went to Herrr.ac Barnett Monday night Irving Sail was leaving
en a business swing alrr.os*. immediate-ly following Thursdays Bonds
for Israel program: alternately he chuckled over Moiiy Picon, then
t from rolling up those top scores in membership campaigns and Bond
S^les .
Fightin' Monday eve forum on Dee and Stevenson brought 'em
in drove*: Jack Abbott Harry Magid. Teddy Ehrlich. Sam Gettis. Bern* Wexler the Jay Pertmuxters. Sieg-
fried Geismar everybody! Informal poll had Governor Stev-
enson the winnah
.Wrs. Arthur Sachs
Greenes Celebrate
Golden Anniversary;
Mrs. Mayer Dies
Celebrating their 50th wedding
anniversary m New York City's
Oliver Cromwell Hotel last Oc-
tober 5th. were Mr. and Mrs. Os-
car Greene, of 5736 SW 9th Ter-
race. Miami.
Present for the occasion were
the couple's children. Paul M.
Greene, of Washington. DC and
Mrs Irene Chait. New York City.
Miss Alice Chait gave special
greetings to her grandparents.
Honored guest at the anniver-
sary festivities was Mrs. Sylvia
Mayer, of Brooklyn. New York.
Mrs. Greene's mother. Mrs. May-
er passed away five days later.
on October 10th. In addition to
Mrs Greene, she leaves another
daughter. Tillie Letter, and two
sons. Drs J Manuel and Stephen
Mayer.
The Oscar Greenes return here
was postponed until early this
week to be present at the serv-
ices and interment.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sachs on
Sunday afternoon. 3 p.m.. at
2099 SW l'th Terrace. Miami.
Host and hostess are Mr. and
Mrs Isadore Sachs. The recep-
tion is in honor of their son and
daughter-in-law. the former Miss
Betty Browne, who recently re-
turned from a honeymoon trip to
Mexico and Los Angeles. Cal-
ifornia.
The couple were wed on Sep-
tember "th. at the Martinique
Hotel. Miami Beach, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Brides-
maid was Miss Elaine Sachs, sis-
ter of the groom. Mrs Leo Levin
was matron of honor.
The groom's attendants includ-
ed Mr. Sidney Sachs, his brother,
and Mr. Morton Perry, promin-
ent Miami attorney.
The former Miss Browne is a
graduate of the Shaw High
School. Cleveland. Ohio. Mr.
Sachs attended the University of
Miami, where he was a member
of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Currently, he is affiliated with
the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. They
reside at 782 SW 11th Street.
Some 100 persons are expected
to attend the October 19th mid-
afternoon reception.
-t'ntr> Photo
Stephen Kessler
Stephen Kessler Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow-
Stephen, son of Mr. arid Mrs.
Alexander Kessler. 5010 SW 5th
Terrace. Miami, will be Bar Miu-
vah tomorrow morning. October
18th, 9 a.m.. at the Hialeah Mi-
ami-Springs Jewish Community
Center.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at the Flagler-Granada Jewish
| Community Center Hebrew
School and attends Kinloch
Junior High.
Honored guests will be his
grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Kess-
ler. and his uncle. Gustave Free-
| man, of Brooklyn. New York.
Reverend Leo Heim will offi-
ciate. A Kiddush. tendered in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor by his
i parents, will follow the ceremony.
Going Ftrnal?
Flamingo Chapters
Meet Jointly
Flamingo Chapters. B'r.a; B'n'.h
Men and Women, met jointly on
Monday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Rainbow. 991
East 23.-d Street. Hialeah.
G_est speakers were Julius
Fisher I Bnanohe, Virginia, sec-
retary of District No. 5. B'nai
E .-.-..- Sataey Aronovitz. presi-
leari '. B*aai B.-.:;-. Council; and
A .* Kardan, rr.err.oe.-ship chair-
gggaa. B"aai B'mh Council.
Artroore Stadfcv
Celebrating his Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning. October
18th. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will be Peter
Sobel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will onciate. A student at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School, be is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Sobel 353
Euclid Avenue.
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j)U|)ovs Celebrate Silver Wedding With
ftinner Party; Couple Pioneer Miamians
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov, 827 Jeffersun Avenue, Miami!
Beach, celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary, at the Lin
c0]n Manor Restaurant, on Sunday, October 5th, with a surprise
dinner party arranged by their children, Mr. and Mrs. David Dubov,
3625 SW 1st Avenue.
The Dubov family are pioneer Miamians. Mr. Dubov came here
i 3C
PAGE 11 A
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dubov
in 1923. and experienced the loss-
es and reverses of the Boom
Days and the hurricane of 1926.
.bsequcntly established the
rial Mercantile Company, in
downtown Miami.
Prior to the dinner, Mr. and
Mrs. Dubov renewed their mar-
ital vows, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches officiating. Sigmund and
Terry Bloom, sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Bloom and brothers
of Mrs. David Dubov, rendered
piano and ^cordion selections.
Mr. Sol Brier acted as toastmas-
ter.
Arriving here for the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Caplan,
of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Slutzkin, of Long Isl-
and, New York. Mr. Caplan and
Mr?. Slutzkin are brother and
sister of Mrs. Dubov.
Mrs. Esther Toback, grand-
mother of Mrs. David Dubov, ar-
rived from Baltimore.
Some 50 guests attended, in-
cluding,Mr. and Mrs. Ike Brier,
of Long Island, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Blumson, of Wash-
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I'nrter Supervision of Rabbi
Racknvekj and Rabbi Mewheloff
Howard Leon Born
To Cantor, Mrs. Seif
Reverend and "Mrs. Abraham
Seif, of 1011 Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, announce the birth
of their son, Howard Leon, on
October 2nd. The Briss was held
last Thursday, October 9th, at
Mount Sinai Hospital, with the
baby's father officiating and per-
forming the circumcision.
Guests present included Sam-
uel Gertner, executive director
of Mount Sinai Hospital, Dr. Har-
ry Kraff and Rabbis Abraham
Cassel, Moses Mescheloff, Max
Shapiro, Morris A. Skop, Joseph
Waldman and Reverend Kalman
Shapiro.
Cantors present were Jacob
Bornstein, Elias Cerner, Berele
Kelemer and Mrs. Kelemer, Sam-
uel Kelemer and Mrs. Kelemer,
Edward Klein and Mrs. Klein.
Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Mam-
ches. Irving Robinson, David Sil-
verman, Aaron Weingarten and
Mrs. Weingarten and Jacob Tam-
bor and Mrs. Tambor.
Others at the Briss were Dr.
Faul Beck, Judge and Mrs. The-
odore Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Meringoff and Mr. and Mrs. Ab-
raham Finestone.
Godparents were Mr. and Mrs.
I Max Feldman. Sandik were Rab-
I bis Max Shapiro and Abraham
| Cassel. Rabbi Morris Skop gave
I the name. Master of ceremonies
was Cantor Samuel Kelerrfer.
Samuel April, son of Rabbi and I
Mrs. Simon April. 451 SW 30th |
Road, has returned to Yeshiva;
University and studies there fol-
lowing a brief High Holy Day re-
cess spent in Miami with his par-
ents.
Now in attendance at the Uni-
versity of Georgia. Athens, and
pledging Phi Epsilon Pi Fratern-
ity, is Frank Martin Berick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick, j
4501 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami
Beach.
&
Dr. and Mrs. <*. Leon Shallo-
way, of 511 NW 40th Court, an- \
nouncc the birth of their son,
Mark Alan, on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 24th. The Briss took place
on October 2nd. with1 Reverend
Abraham Seif officiating. Par-
ticipating in the ceremony were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, godpar-
ents; Hyman Sir, sandek. Harold
Shalloway, 2nd sandek; and Abe
Sir, 3rd sandek. Among the 50
guests present were Dr. Eli Gal-
itz. Reverend Bernard Kelemer,
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mam-
ches, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Dr.
and Mrs. William Saslaw and Dr.
William Wickman. The Shallo-
ways also have two other sons,
David Irwin and Lester Freder-
ick.

Mrs. Morris Gershon is in At-
lanta to attend the Bar Mitzvah
of her grandson. Alexander Arn-
old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gershon, which takes place to-
morrow. At present. Mrs. Ger-
shon is visiting her grandchild-
ren. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Krug-
man in their new home on West
Wesley Road.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone
and family, of 152 NW 43rd
Place, honored their uncle, Jos-
eph Rosenbaum on his 75th birth-
day last Sunday evening, Octob-
er 12th. Guests included Mr.'and
Mrs. R. Bumstein, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Eisenman and son and Mr. and
Mrs. H. Kalman.
a & &
Soon to return here from their
tour through Europe are Mr. and
Mrs. William Pallott. 3301 Mon-
egro. Coral Gables. The Pallotts
sailed from New York on the
Queen Elizabeth.
& & ft
Returned from a three-month
vacation in the north is Miss
Anyuta Melicov, together with
her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Meli-
cow, of 88 10th Street, Miami
Beach. While there. Miss Meli-
cov visited Woodstock and in
July attended the International
Piano Teachers' Convention held
at Washington. D.C.
ft ft ft
Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen i
have announced the birth of a
son, Tad Richard, on Sunday, Oc-
tober 5th, at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. The Cypens are also the
parents of two other sons and a
daughter.
Junior MMadassah
To HoHt Exhibit
The Greater Miami Unit of
Junior Hadassah will act as hos-
tesses during the Israel Exhibit
at the Delano Hotel, October
20th through 25th, when the
American Society of Travel Ag-
ents convenes here.
The exhibit is being sponsored
by the Tourist Department of
the Government of Israel and
will serve as a meeting place to
promote Israel travel business.
In charge of arrangements for
Junior are Miriam Scheinberg,
Sylvia Cohen. Elaine Schwartz-
man, Jo-Ann Shier and Elaine
Sachs.
Stanley H. Gettis, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gettis,
1545 Collins Avenue, will ba-
come Bar Mitzvah at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center Sat-
urday morning, October 16th.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah is> c:
student at the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952
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Lrael Minister of Police Sitreel ftoft}, who will soon arrive in the
knited States to take part in a nation-wide tour in behalf of the
liaie of Israel $500,000,000 Independence Bond Issue, examines a
ert of the Kishon River Project which is financed with procoecU
kcm the Israel Bond Drive. Mr. Sitreet winds up an inspection
cu: of industrial plants in Israel to prepare himself with on-the-
cl facts for his American visit.
UNITED NATION'S -- Cre- i
Btion of a special United Na-
tions board to act on reports of !
discrimination and mediate them
with the governments concerned
was recommended by the World
Jewish Congress to the UN Sub-
commission on Prevention of Dis-
crimination and Protection of
Minorities, which is currently
UU >-ting here.
Under the WJC plan, the UN
Mediation board would discuss
complaints submitted by UN spe-
cialized agencies or consultative
organizations with the represen-
tatives of the governments con-
cerned, or, if they did not attend,
without them. The board would
report its findings to the Eco-
nomic and Social Council or its
Commission on Human Rights.
The WJC also urged that na-
tions receiving UN technical as-
aid "equally for the benefit of all j
th< ir inhabitants regardless of j
race, religion or similar cliarac- |
teristic."
A proposal that the sub-corn- .
mission attack the question of ;
discrimination by making system-
atic studies of specific situations
in the fields of education, em- j
ployment, immigration and oth- ,
ers, was made by Moses Mosko- j
witz, representing the Consulta- <
live Cuuncil of,Jewish prganiza- :
tions. %' '
Mr. M&skowitz also urged that |
the sub^comiflisslon determine
whether certain articles in the
Universal Declaration of Human
Rights and in the draft Cove-
nants on Human Rights, partic-
ularly those on freedom of reli-
gion, communication and associa-
tion, were adequate to meet the
sistance be required to use this i special needs of minorities.
Our Town To Open
At Ring Theater
ThP stage of the Ring Th itre
will be converted into the town
shire. On October 28th, for the
opening of Thornton Wilder's
Pulitzer Prize play, Our Town.
Scheduled for an 11-perform-
an i run. Our Town will be pro-
duced without props or scenery,
just as in the original Broadway
version.
Charles W. Philhour. Univer-
sity Drama Department profes-
sor, will direct this effort which
features J. P. Fox, Bob Gwalt-
ney, Mary Dixon, Judy Adler,
Jack Calaghan, Jerry Schultz and
Carolyn Porter.
Also in the cast are Richard
Williamson, Dave Feldman, Babe
Greenfield, Barry Friedland,
James Kilbride, Majel Hudec,
Strickler Pollock, Harold Buck-
ley, Frances McNamara, Kent
Llewellyn, Bob Bate and Em-
mett Miller.
lew Orleans To
f3 Southern
(B Conention
hidl iis H. Yarrut, Moise
\,. id George Segel will head
Orleans Convention
I for the Seventh An-
[, Meeting of the Southern
btion, National Jewish Welfare
ard. to be held at the Roose-
ht Hotel and the Jewish Corn-
pity Center in New Orleans,
buisiana. on November 8th
(rough 10th, according to Dr.
lliam A. Wexler, Savannah,
orgia, section president.
Bteeg, who is immediate past
sident of- the New Orleans
vish Community Center, in ac-
pting the appointment as Con-
tion chairman, stated, "That
; Convention program has been
ared to discuss the current rec-
ptional, social and cultural
d- of Jewish communities in
South."
Am ing items to be discussed at
1c- 0 vi ntion are programming
Ir Je ish objectives, serving
I* e Armed Forces, and fi-
V and programming in
j nrr.unity Centers. The
JM n will also help shape
ft I JWB policy and make
: the celebration of the
enti nnial of the Jewish Com-
fi ii Center movement in
H4,
Uatlvmy Pupil*
fold llakhel
Studi nts of the Hebrew Acad-
ny 11 lebrated the ancient Bib-
fcal tual, Hakhel.at an assem-
i- i last Friday morning in
I* S iooI auditorium.
IP pating in the children's
I Program were Rabbi Al-
' S. Gross, principal of
W Academy, and Josh-
I Ian and Harry Perach,
of the faculty. Biblical
1 nd Israeli songs were
1 by Irving Kelemer. Ef-
heloff, Sidney Shapiro,
' uer, Seymour Spolter,
Ginsburg and Lester
P
fo Study Status Of
wish Farmers Here
J. I.evine. manager of
h Agricultural Society,
'-'-. will arrive in Miami
luring tiie month to better ac-
himself with farming con-
uona here and to visit Jewish
Kmers for the purpose of ex-
"ng possibilities of settling
itional Jewish farmers in the
a. Announcement of Levine's
reduled visit, which will be
>rt of a general survey of Jew-
h farmers in the southeast, was
de late last week.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER n
During
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Hie Week .A I See It Pln* Affairs
Harry Zide.
BT LEO MINDLIU
THE BONE CAMPAIGN HALF OVER
[ qi Sukkcth Rail t \ Hibiscus A
c;ght. Seymour B- 1 A~
I see it. he stole the 1
ted 1
^ark in terms of t I
Actually. this was nc astonishing arinc-ur cement- it is well
kr.cwn among informed circles that siles h*ve fct->n less vslurr.-.r.-
;.i rear officials intieipated. Such a st.te c: affairs represents
i great problem. The Campaign can hardly he exp.*dd to shew
rr.ore enthusiast:; icrivitv during its latter phase*. Indeed, in
:e:ms of practicality, the issue ought have baen more than half
scld by now to insure against future slackening off.
The Rail} I first ess Isri
?;-: c oacona] ehawrr.ai I th< W men's
- BIG '*s is tranpawnt Bad
- here Certainly. Mrs East
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Fl | r-Granada|
unity Center, early
Cen- |
.a! Hallo-
El aSatn "wntafc
1st
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as ttui| Zkta
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will be awarded
Other plantM
I
...:: th( i.rection of
Mrs- Pan] Draixer. and the Sen-
. : T-.r-r. A-- Group with Mrs.
Jesse Freed as sponsor.
Scheduled meet on Monday
. un-
it: :.-.- ehainnaaship of Mrs.
'..-.-' -s rec-
cntl} : 150 women at a
thip Tea Highlighting,
: _::'_.. raj ^ sx.: prcduced by.
N!r; Phil Sch.ff Participating'
were the Me > dames Sarr. K
aar, Charles Adesaaaa, Harry
Barak, Sol Alexander. Paul Drai-
- 7 -. rd Schae::'-.-.-
In charg. : refreshments w;th
M E chairman, were
Ralph Lang. Berry
' -is. Le-or. Bernard
i and .V AH
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less undei an have other perse r.a.-
Mrs. Epstein spoke :n glowing terms, ci the Negev and the
ccuf :! represented for Issael. An apparently worthless piecs oi
ksstd :t was nevertheless withheld Tom inclusion in the partition
plan by Wes-jm UN powers because of its strategic Buiiuaphical
location. Only the bloody sacrifices of Jews ist f wrested
it from the Arai League. One can not on the ftce of it ascertain
:: :.-.e then Palestinians fought for the Ne^ev because of their im-
plicit faith in us yet undisccTered riches or if they sought to in-
corporate the desert area into their domain as a matter of prin-
ciple
In ai Hm fact renaams that -
has I dmor C -: its sands

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-.. atal factor in the
repetition heaps nc prof..
:!.-"- than s
_ struat W Co Um West i
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Cast i -- found, it at ven
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What i-.z.zt: rze as most sigr.iiirar.: r.oweTer. was the inevit-
ably repetitious pntsera all such addresses fall into. This is not
a.z :; d;~.-.- the merit c: Mrs. Epsteins ap^aarance here: it
j merely meant to emphasize thj fact that, oratorical flourish
apart, they are .-.eir to a singular and unfortunately congenital
disease.
..-..- .:. I' r Israel A~ ha
A..-- Ebai : rmej Ami u -.
-::,.-.. : U tttr of Lj Solda N::.cri- b Bud IsraeJ
I : S I M :. s..-. -. -. -.
M Ec-a.".: m.ir. :r- res-It ci
- -- > --:- ;r. .r. ._.- taae One eoold lnnllji have the
:;-:.:; :. z : npam i .r .-. a Im bmth ricusness
But honest rtceliecticn and eTaluaticn will draw the ineTUeble
cendusien that taey along with Mrs. Epstein, launched forth and
rr:-;-: to a close their persuasiTe arguments in a p"-i^- I
Varying m degrees of factual information as opposed to sentimen-
ta. reminiscence they ineritabiy trod the same ground. Thus.
.nicrr-nately -J~t response they elicited from their audiences
wis =-=reiy trcocnal -epended m intensity en their specific social
and professional stations and acted only in some vague fashion
-. = :::;; :: their prime ?_:?:; jfcftBtfaa In purc-asei.
c: Israel Bcnds.
7"- -
3uft I : -
n not
EMOTKM AST PflUaCTlCALITT
.
:
WUhcut a deuit. it j m these trades and professoona.
"" *; where tne os: financially fertile areas lie. A direct a--
crcarh ::-*i:t s-cp-r." :- an alrr.jj- mdiT.d-a. hsi: can d:
much to catch up -m- the disparity between tin shave Jem: se-t :;r
the expiration of the Israel Bond Issue and | i i i i :c JTe
~ i' i.-.: : .. ;- rattarj
' it p-C.i, :.i_._:i; ;
'"" asen S_: .a a
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w-e:r aha rtadtod v..- Eire-
Zimhnliti zsd Vedc Rern-
VllT->rliiMil
llo^islration On
Scl". ". P: -
:: C mmunity Cen-
tei T sen Branch, will fcx gin n
M -day Od The junior
H icz boys and girls six
Ive years of age
'.r...~it:i :r. :ne *:'.'.
t- I -per\'.se<: clubs. Jewish and
Aim I inn folk-lore. archery
dancing, music, athletics and arts
tnd crafts.
The Town Branch After-School
C: rr.ittee. responsible for setting
up and initiating this program.
de Violet Gelb, Chairrr.ar..
Gladys Ettusa, Maulda Graf. Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Sokcl^ff. Sam
Gertrr.an. Bertha Bogr.er. Ade-
Mariar. Zarr.e AnB
S Rena Rothman. Mrs.
5-.-:r: eld and Mrs Ostr::*

Beach Chapter Luncheon Double Session Sunday
? School At Flagler
vc-i^ru.
:
;-r:;~-d -he Mer.de'.sachr.
Ietcherr i.-d M-,-. Jong. >sMer plans
i. Z.-Z.i
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Iacheass. C
. Poller. sess.;n S-r.d= Str.- -7 ':
til5 Prairie Ave-.^ ;-n Ttaxs- en October llHh, *M a_m The f^"^ /
iftemoct. wtth Mrs
Lefkiwitr as chairman
Earlier us the day. the group's kin. principal Infort
Board met at the home of Mrs. tton will include arts and crafts. Dznaax. She is the once oi
Chnries Goldfaerx. 6r6 Pinetree dramatics, aoomaham and chor- tha Alex Van Stroatens 2009
IN
Drive.
V-:...-. ::r:r: M:ss S.e-er
eppeare-s in Miami
numerous occcs-
Bess second sessson is scheduled :'..? :c-1 jCs: I""* was
i rr.. according to Bernard Vet- "-^ =r-^s: uurc the Zionist
km. principal Ini; rrr.il ^struc- Otgunixahan s Installation
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South Florida B'nai B'rith leaders meet at the Scrony H
Miami Beach, to plan the annual B'nai B'rith Greater On
Membership Campaign. Shown are (seated lei; to right)
J. Kaplan, membership coordinator of the B'nc: B'rith Couil
of South Florida; Mrs. Sidney Suss, membership chairamj,
the Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Women's Ccur.c:!, Mrs T
Xatz. president. Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Women'i Com
Standing Qeft to right: are Sidney M. Arc.-.c-.itz pre
B'nai B'rith Council of South Floridc- Juliu= Fisher, Ro
Virginia. secTetary, District Grand Lodge No. ;. B'nci Sntl
and Max N. Kroloff. Washington. D.C., nationa] direntu i
Membership and Programs. B'nai B'rith. T.-.e South Flo.
B'nai B'rith Membership Campaign will ex:e~z to D-ahil
16th.
Teen Ajirrs Enter Football Tournf
S : ; 11! : cr. agers. compos- Knights. Pain
ing r..r.- T ..;.-. F tball Teams Beta Chi cr..-'- ; .\ZA i
entered the Footb3'.; Ex- the Key;-, r. Vikiagi 5aa
travaganra d by the and Ha S
Beach 3 Ifi- The Tour:.
inity Center, under way r. Sunday, Octal
Entered :.-. tin aent are 19th. at Han :..:-: Ga
the el lor a, La:, era, begin a: I
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jBIDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1952
vJeHistncridian
PAGE 3B
ftan Flays Arabs; Charge Of
Failure To Discuss Differences
JERUSALEM (JTA) Am-
lessador Abba S. Eban, here for
series of government consulta-
Ijons. charged the Arab States
fast week with "abuse of the
Jnitcd Nations in planned avoid-
ance of their basic responsibili-
ties as UN members" by failing
make peace with Israel and
raising "harmful and futile"
Esues in the General Assembly.
Speaking on a national-broad-
press conference, Mr. Eban
aid that the Arab States were
row engaged in a "senseless, pe-
uliar international custom."
hey have failed to make con-
sct with Israel throughout the
fear and "in the autumn, when
he leaves begin to fall and the
Foice of the United Nations is
leard in the land, they emit a cry
if pain and surprise that -these
problems are unsolved."
He declared that Israel, "once
ve are compelled to enter the
Itruggle, will not allow the Arabs
take the initiative, and we
ive submitted a complaint to
he United Nations based on the
asic fact their refusal to enter
lirect negotiations with Israel."
Definite Danger
Ht declared that there "define
fcely" was danger to Israel in
the supply of arms to the Arab
States and said that as long as
these states failed to regularize
their relations with Israel, "we
are not made happy by any in-
tention to increase their military
might." He declared that a pre-
condition to the supply of arms
to the Arab States should be that
they must first normalize their
relations with Irael.
Mr. Eban .said that Israel is
continuing to negotiate with the
United States for arms but said
that until now the result has
not been satisfactory. He firmly
declared his belief that "we are
entitled to such aid not less than
other nations" and added that
"there is no contradiction in our
demand for arms and our oppo-
sition to arms for the Arabs. The
sole criterion is the readiness for
peace."
He also pointed out that there
is no danger in providing arms
for Israel whereas "the Arabs do
hot abstain from hopes of re-
venge, and additional arms will
increase their aggressiveness."
Other Views
Meanwhile, in Washington, Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson
, said that the Arab states should
1 be consulted on Anglo-American
plans for a Middle East corjn-
j mand.
He said England has circulated
1 a draft of such a proposal and
that there was no great difference
! between the British and Ameri-
(can views. The Secretary de-
| clared that the Arabs would be
consulted before views are fin-
ally crystalized on the Middle
East command but that it did
not appear that such crystaliza-
I tion would occur in the immedi-
ate future.
A resolution urging the British
Government in London to exert
its influence in the Middle East
to achieve a friendly settlement
between the Arab States and Is-
rael and stressing the vital need
to exert maximum practical aid
to the new state was unanimously
adopted at the annual conference
of the British Labor Party at
Morecarabe.
The resolution was introduced
by Dr. S- A- Miller, representative
of the Poale Zion, and was sup-
ported by James Griffiths, form-
er Colonial Secretary, who told
Rose Enrolls In
Medical School
Howard N. Rose, son of D.".
and Mis. Maurice J. Rose, 3545
Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beacn,
is one of 72 Freshman who rec-
ently entered Chicago Medical
School to prepare for a medical
career.
The 22-year-old student holds
the AB and MA degrees from
the University of Miami, where
he was a Senior Senator in the
Student Government and a mem-
ber of the Varsity Swimming
Team and Pi Lambda Phi Social
Fraternity.
Rose is also a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and re-
ceived his religious training at
Temple Israel.
Howard N. Rose
the conference that "we will do
all we can to help promote peace
between Israel and her neigh-
bors." He added that "we real-
ize the hard task Israel has to
build a new state with all the
difficulties she has to encounter."
He urged Dr. Miller to convey
a message of good will to the
State of Israel and the Israel
labor movement on behalf of the
conference.
Mrs. Seid Heads
Flagler PTA
Mrs. Irving Seid will head the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center PTA, according
to an announcement made early
this week.
Other officers appointed at a
recent election include the Mes-
dames Albert Klein, vice presi-
dent; William Berg, correspond-
ing secretary; Hy Coverman, re-
cording secretary; and Jack
Shaw, treasurer.
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* Jewish nor/dian
PAGE 5 ff
>ir Aeliritie* At
inter liranehe*
I ,nd physical ducattan
T || age levels, .from
1 through adult, are
planned at all throe
p, rated by the Greater
jsh Community Cen-
ordance with policies
I by the first meeting of
wide Health and
j Education Committees,
ham Cohen as chair-
nmittee heard propos-
i. tive tall and winter
I nted by Abraham
[ | Michael Mescon,
L n directors of
j n and Beach Branches,
ectivi ly.
h, c imittee announced that
the branches will soon
Ln| nore expanded athletic
fn for every age group,
- ley Barnet in charge of
|jcii feature programs.
of the Committee
i i the meeting were
lik Abromowite, Dr. S. J.
for, Stuart Winston, Shirley
hctt. Bernard Weksler, Jack
r. Ada Sheiner, Paula Or-
ice Huberman, Burton
^man, Ann Newman, David
nan. Abraham Cohen, Thel-
. Michael Mescon, Ab-
Rochstein and Emanuel
>e New Prayer
>ok At Sholom
imor Services
ling persons attending the
al Children's Hour during
Kippur services at Temple
Sholom recently, used
newly-printed Prayerbook
fourn People, whose compil-
wai the result of Louis Pok-
a Congregation Elder.
iting and arrangement of the
was done by Sydney J.
. educational director,
operation with Cantor Sam-
Kelemer and Rabbi Leon
isr, spiritual leader.
ing the procession of chor-
i the more than 400
g p-. sons attending the serv-
*> Mrs. Lean J. Ell, chair-
oi the Sch-jol Board, and
I: ng Kaplan, president of
TA.
Si Ima Uram, of the Con-
n Class, delivered a ser-
vith another rendered
Janet Bernstein. Chant-
nusical portions of the
re Joseph Murray and
Lachman. Bruce Alex-
! w the shofar.
ling as readers were
Friedman, Jan Capland,
Bushman, Linda Chisling,
Si tt, Diane Fox, Ronnie
[artz, Ronnie Fenias, Judith
. Meredith Wiland, David
" Alan Shevach and Gary
Israel Bond chairmen and Hadassah presidents meet Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, national chairman of the Women's Division in
BIG, at a Brunch in her honor held at the Casablanca Hotel last Friday. Some S22.000 in purchases of bonds was pledged,
and a qoal of $175,000 was set by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah,, Shown above (first row, left to right) are the
Mesdames Ann Alpert, Ann Weiss, Bess Gersten, Peggy Kaplan, Fannie'.Jfoi'bin, Judith Epstein, Evelyn Platoff, Freda New-
man, Fran Sindell and Sylvia Goldberg. Second row (left to right) are the Mesdames Rose Kasow, Louis Falk, Clara Bur-
stein, Manny Smith, Lillian Goodman, Henrietta Jonas, Ethiel Kaplan, Mqe. Weinstein, Elsie Alexander, Abe Greenberg,
Frieda Kalstein and Ruth Bernard. tl- T1
Singers Will Distribute Pabst Beer In
Dade; Royal Castle President Heads Firm
Taxpayers' Group Uahles Theater
Plans Campaign *'ild ^mmmmmmm
it.-(
< nhvrg Join*
rf> Heveragea
iciated with State Bev-
toc., distributors of Bal-
Ale and Beer, is Carl
Greenberg.
al sales manager of a
?delphia beer distributing
i 12 years until his arriv-
ed affiliation with State
l] some three months a-
>erg was active in that
I Liquor Division, Allied
h Appeal.
'-' participated in the
1 Philadelphia's Down-
ish Orphanage, the Til-
i Cerebral Palsy Group
|Waa director of the Delin-
Children'a Organization.
rg's other affiliations
Iota1 the Police Athletic
F iahi Temple and var-
I rnal and religious as-
|ti ns.
fesidea with his wife, Syl-
[;">il two sons, Monte and
>, at 620 86th Street, Mi-
P>each.
A new corporation will handle
the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer dis-
tribution in Dade County, it was
announced early this week.
The new firm is known as
Biscayne Distributors, Inc. Of-
ficers of the Corporation are list-
ed as William D. Singer, presi-
dent; his brother, Peter D. Sin-
ger, executive vice president; and
Larry E. Singer, secretary a"nd
treasurer.
William D. Singer and his son,
Larry, are also president and sec-
retary, respectively, of the Royal
Castles Systems, Inc., operating
a chain of hamburger stands in
South Florida. He is well known
to Floridans and to the Greater
Miami community, especially, for
his civic and philanthropic ef-
forts. Larry Singer is a grad-
uate of the University of Penn-
sylvania and a World War II vet-
eran, having served with the
Army in the South Pacific. He
has been active in the Royal
Castle management for the past
six years.
Peter D. Singer has 14 years'
Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spir-
itual leader of Kneseth Israel
Congregation, will appear on.
Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum
of the Air beginning Sunday,
October 19th. He is schedul-
ed to participate in the fea-
ture. You Ask And We Ans-
wer. Founder of a Psycholog-
ical Clinic here. Rabbi Cassel
was recently appointed to the
Florida Psychological Asso-
ciation and is a candidate for
the doctoral degree in Guid-
ance at Columbia University.
The Jewish Forum of the Air
is heard over Station WMIE
at 11 a.m.
experience in the beer business
and is also a veteran of the last
war. As executive vice president,
he will devote his full time to the
new Pabst distributorship.
The ultimate goal of the new
firm is to make Pabst the top-
selling beer in Dade County.
Ritter Levinson, membership
chairman of the Miami Beach
Bill Singer
Pete Singer
"With the terrific advertising
campaign launched by Pabst in
the Wednesday night fights on
television and radio, plus the ex-
perienced personnel to service the
trade, we can achieve this goal,"
Singer said here.
William Singer expects to de-
vote a considerable amount of
his time to the beer distributor-
ship, while his son, Larry, will
handle the program for expand-
ing the Royal Castle operation
which is already underway in
New Orleans and in other south-
ern cities.
Winter Schedule
The Theatre Guild of the Cor-
, al Gables Jewish Center has an-
Taxpayers Association, outlined | nonced itg schedule of piays to be
the group's first Mass Member- \ presented during the coming win-
ship Campaign to committee j ter season
members last week, at the Monte | Jay Cone chairman of the
Carlo Hotel. # i Guild which was formed some
Appointed to Levinson's steer- two years ago, said that the dra-
ing committee are Charles K. ma, Power Without Glory, will
Quackenbush, Charles H. Alcock, be presented for four nights
Arnold Levy, Dr. Sol Selevan, starting November 29th.
Alfred Oboler, Arthur J. Aug- Spring Song will be presented
ust, Larry Hoffman, Raymond G. I on January 24th, for four nights,
Dulaney, Nat Hankoff, Louis J. j and Poppa, a comedy, is sched-
Krensky. D. L. Roderick, Henry j u]ed for March 14th.
E. Wolff, Albert L. Heller, Abe Bob Brenner, who directed the
H. Mazor, Dr. Leonard. H. Jac- I last four productions of the
obson, Jack A. Abbott and George group, will stage the entire sea-
P. Jacobs. son's schedule. Brenner's inter-
A Taxpayers' Speakers' Bureau I pretation of The Jazz Singer and
was also organized. Headed by
Jack Abbot, it will help explain
community issues to voters. List-
ed are Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
John C. Frazure, Jack A. Ablin,
Ritter Levinson and the Associa-
tion's president, E. Albert Pal-
lot.
Morning Star were recently hail-
ed here.
Menuhin To Appear
Here In Concert For
Israel Bond Issue
Yehudi Menuhin, violin virtu-
oso and world-renowned concert
and recording artist, will appear
in Miami Beach on January 29,
1953, as part of a 15.000-mile tour
in behalf of the State of Israel
$500,000,000 Independence Bond
Issue.
During World War II. Mr. Men-
uhin gave many benefit concerts
for the Allied Armed Forces and
civilian charities. Following the
conclusion of hostilities, he ap-
peared in numerous DP camps
throughout Europe.
The artist's Israel Bond tour
will take him through seven
states and the District of Colum-
bia.
Seven Lively Arts
To Hear Talks On
Ceramics. Music
Friends of the Seven Lively
Arts will meet on Sunday, Oc-
tober 19th, 8 p.m., at 123 11th.
Street, Miami Beach.
Miss Lotte Weinsoff will dis-
cuss: CeramicsAn Artful Hob-
Ping Pong tables at the Miami by Miss Weinsoff was Miss What
Branch of the Greater Miami j Not on tv in Washington, D. C,
Jewish Community Center are and js tne present art director of
operating full blast presently by the Miami Beach Community
youths and adults in preparation i Center.
for the Center's Annual Table) Also appearing will be Mrs.
Tennis Tournament, sponsored by ', Mildred Kuebler, poetess, lectur-
', er and world traveler, in a talk
began last ion: PoetryMusic Of Literature.
Ping Pong Tourney
Begins At Center
UoUlen Agent To
Hear Ren lissen
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center's Town
Branch will meet on Sunday, Oc-
tober 19th, at 2:30 p.m.
Ben Essen, Miami attorney, will
be guest speaker. '
The Golden Age Friendship
Club meets regularly on Sunday
afternoons, with socials every
Thursday evening.
Hurricane AZA.
Tournament play
Monday and continues Mondays
and Wednesdays thereafter at
7:30 p.m. Tournament chairman
is Alan Greenberg.
A recorded presentation of Wil-
liam Kapell's performance of the
Brahms Piano Concerto will
round out the program.


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Federation Forms Collections Committee
To Clean Up Outstanding 1952 Pledges
Tne Greater Miami Jewish Fede:.:t. r. (."..- ti :-.- Committee,
the direction of Sam A. Goldstein, i final phase
.oiled 1952 pledg-. nergency needs
and the growing needs of local agencii been an-
:. by Carl Weinkle. presl I
.'. re than 50 top community lead have v lunteered to serve
the Collections Committee Leaders of Federation at the
effort to provide $200,000 Luncheon who will participate
FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,7
to safeguard Isra
economic disaster and to
pi <- 65.000 families with
: using and fr>od before the ap-
p : int< .
The concentrated drive in
Gn Miami ;s part of a na-
tional campaign undertaken by
the United Ji Appeal to
. .- S35.000.000 in cash by Oc-
18th, at which timi I
Nati r.al Leadership Conference
of the United Jewish Appeal will
: Id in W lington, DC.
'-. nding this inference
the Greater Mian.: area wi
' htman, Federation
Sam A. Goldstein.
Coll lions Chairman;
Cherner and Harry Sirkin. mem-
: the Federation Executive
C itteM and Klass,
':' tion Executive Director.
[ th< tl w-up in pay-
'. pledges during the past
ei\ Federation has been ab-
.- fifty per cent
ts tot r i national
:ncludeci in its annual
..:-.-.. Weinkle said.
C mmittee members working
cash-collection dnve who
turned in top pledge a-
iints include Herman Binder.
L- Chaikin. Irving Cypen, Jos-
eph Dallett. Joseph Duntov. Sam
A. Goldstein. Joseph Mechlow,
Muravchick. Joseph Pos-
I Irving Schatzman. Max
Bheinman and Meyer Teigman.
More than 245.000 recent new-
:.-. the drive include Jack Ablin. J
Leo Chaikin. Joseph Cherner,
Ben F Danbaum. Charles Frucht-
man. Lou Goldman. Emil Gould.
Sam Heiman. Abe Kurman, Sam
Lachman. Sidney Lefcourt, S. C.
Levenson Howard Kane, Jack
Muravchick. Max Orovitz, Jos-
eph Rose. Dan Raskin, Win D
Singer. Harry Sirkin ind Joseph
Stein.
Spirnucl leader. Cantor ana onou ot me Miami netrew bcr.col end Congregation as they appjj,
ed during the recent High Holy Day services. Left to rigrd are Mark Steinberg. Harvey Melite.
Me Win Brombier. Douglas Schwartz. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Alfred Meltzer. Rabbi Simon April
Errol Gillis, Director David Kleber, Irving Kelemer. Matthew Becker. Richard Steinberg na No '
man Classman.
Plan Bock Month
Observance
\aiil< INirvin AM
Vi President Of
>ltel Assoiialion
Gold Is Named To
Eeach Planning Board
Announcement has been made
of the appointment by the Miami
Beach City Council of Morris
Gold, secretary of the Miami
A f:\e--fjld plan for local b-
-'var.cc f National Jewish B.ok Dav'd R Porvin. hotel owner
Month was formulated it an or- and operator and owner of the
gamzation meetir.j f the Jewish Ocean Shore Motel, was elected
Book C iiinrtt he Id r. October 8th vice president of the Greater Mi- Beach Apartment Association, to
Sydney J ^Greenberg, of Tern- ';,rr" Beach Motel Association.Jill- membership on the Miami Beach
pie Beth AoIm, was elected
chairman* f the Book Council
: 352.
Committee chairmen elected
include:
Mrs Joseph Duntov and Mor-
ris Horugbaum. chairmen of the
Exhibits Committee: Beryl Mor-
rison and Mrs. Morris Honig-
baum. chairmen of the Program
Committee: Joseph Duntov and
Mrs. Miriam Sirkin. chairmen of
the Radio and Television Com-
mittee: and Louis Schwartzman
and Seymour B. Liebman. chair-
men of Publicity.
i \g the vacancy of Harold Can- _
Ur who recently resigned be--pi"nnin* Board-
caue of other business interests i Goid. a" aparr.r,ent house own-
in Georgia. jer and operator here for many
Poi vin is also chairman of the ', years, is one of the founders of
Good and Welfare Committee and | the Apartment Association and
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Ema.iuei Seaman, owner of the
Tropicana Motel, was elected to
the group's Board of Directors.
Robert Hutcheson. owner of the
Rovern Motel, was appointed ser-
geant-at-arms.
has been a member of its Board
of Directors since its inception.
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IVJCUST BROS R>7
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The plan includes Jewish book __
exhibits at the Bay Front and Opens Huntington Inc.
Miami Beach Public Libraries. Lewis B. Huntington announc-
comeri to Israel still live in tents as well as exhibits at the Beach es the opening of Huntington Inc.,
fend flimsy huts."' Weinkle added and Town Branches of the Great- prescription opticians, at 531 Lin-
"Although Israel has made de- er Miami Jewish Community Coin Road, Miami* Beach. Hun-
cided progress within the last Center. A city-wide forum will! tington indicated that the service
- ... months, there is the hard again be organized to review the of his newly organized firm is
fact that the country is still grip- outstanding literary contribu- devoted exclusively to eye phy-
ped in a genuine economic and tions of 1952 in English, Hebrew
financial crisis." 'and Yiddish. Forums will also
Weinkle urged Greater Miami ** stimulated among individual
pa.ticipants in the Combined organizations in observance of
Jewish Appeal to pav their 1952 Jewish Book Month celebrated I
sicians and their patients.
pledges as soon as possible in this vear from November 7th
order to meet the immediate through December "th.
tr.ergency overseas and in the The Jewish Book Council, un-
c -nmunity here. At a Big der the direction of the Bureau
Gifts Luncheon last week, he and of Jew'sh Education, will make
Goldstein, mapped plans for the available to all Jewish organiza- .
clean-up of all outstanding tlons book reviewers and sug-.
pit-ges. ;gested programs and books for!
.------------r------------------------------------j discussion during the Month. Ra-
_ _______ "''' 'nd television programs will
-/T5 **B a,-' ** sponsored by the Book
i I Council to focus attention on the
festival.
Miami Chapter Dance
Members of the Miami Chap-
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d.nce in the Driftwood Room of
the Nautilus Hotel on Sunday
evening. October rWh:"-*:30 p.m.
ds are fo: two hospital or-
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Molly Picon Views An Era Of Yiddish
Stage; Alienation Is its Current Demise
PAGE 7B
"I will be dressed in black,"
Molly Picon said through the
telephone. "You will recognize
me that way."
Mom< nta later, Miss Picon
tripped gayly into the Delano Ho-
tel lobby. The smile of her eyes
is yet the smile made famous
years ago when, in baggy
i i> ;md a boy's cap, she
l the boards of countless the-
j the world over.
"What is there to say about
myself?" she asked modestly, and
liatelj" launched forth on
inius of her husband, Jacob
,. who had discovered her.
Miss Picon much preferred dis-
cussing current matters. Last
j was in Korea with a
inj i Hollywood actors and
1 ling four shows daily.
Her description of the experi-
,:. .'.. s -:mple and all-embrac-
ing: rugged. Yes, she said, she
l.ec Mindlin and Miss Picon
had pi.i med in Yiddish there.
Since then, the red-headed
comedienne has flown some 50,-
000 miles throughout the United
States for the Bonds of Israel
issue heie.
"It's going well," Miss Picon
observed, "but the western ar-
eas of the country are not as
sensitized to the need of the new
state as are the eastern. They
seem too remote from the boil-
ing pot l Jewish ideas."
Inevitably, there was reference
to the practice of calling upon
non-Jev\;sh persons of renown
to bring Israel's message to the
country". Jewish communities. It
seemed damaging to the Bond
Campaign, for example, when the
syndicated press recently car-
ried reports that much of Al-
ben Barklsy'a enthusiasm stem-
med from the $1,000 fee he re-
ceived for each appearance.
"There's no point in theorizing
on continued Jewish subservi-
ence." Miss Picon graciously said.
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"What does it matter, as long
as we sell Israel Bonds?"
Here for the Sukkoth Rally at
the Hibiscus Auditorium last
Thursday evening, she was
scheduled to appear that very
night with Mrs. Moses Epstein,
national chairman of the Wom-
en's Division, Bonds of Israel
Government.
"My act," Miss Picon said, "is
the humor of Jewish life in all
its facets including sad situations
portraits of the European Jew
as he is transplanted in America
and characterizations of his
children sometimes alienated
from him."
The problem of alienation elic-
ited from the commedienne a
laughter-filled observation. Born
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to
a costume designer for theater
people, Miss Picon explained that
her own-Yiddish speaking abil-
ities left much to be desired.
When her playwright husband,
Jacob Kalish, discovered and
married her, they went to Eur-
ope.
"It was there," she gurgled
gayly. "I learned to speak. Now.
I can send my Yiddish back, for
all the good it does me. So few
young Americans understand it."
She glanced forward devilish-
ly. "And so many older ones
insist that they don't."
A theatrical era passed in re-
view as Miss Picon mentioned
venerated Jewish stars like
Maurice Schwartz, Joseph Buloff
and Paul Muni. The latter two,
she observed, are now connected
with the English-speaking stage;
Mr. Schwartz unfortunately finds
his audience constantly diminish-
ing.
"It's the inevitable alienation,"
she remarked.
Walking on Collins Avenue,
Miss Picon, a vivacious woman
above all things, stopped in won-
der before a dress shop display,
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then moved on, speaking of the
dramatic world in New York
City, the city's increasing crowds
and comfortless living facilities
and her own appointment the
following day with television
personnel there.
"We live in the country now,
Yankele and I," she said, "at Lake
Mahopac. It's peaceful there."
Wistfully, Miss Picon, seeking
the shade of awnings as she walk-
ed, considered that peace. Be-
hind her thoughts must have
been the vision of years spent
on the stages of Europe, Africa
and America, as well as that of
her latest role: an Israel Bond
saleswoman.
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200 Attend U of M
Holy Day Service
Some 200 University of Mi-
ami students attended High Holy
jDay services at the Hillel Foun-
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i nouncement made late last week
| by the National B'nai B'rith Hil-
lel Foundation.
The announcement, which sur-
veys the attendance of Jewish
students at services on univer-
sity campuses throughout the
country, indicated that about 75
of them were turned away at the
University of Miami because of
inadequate facilities.
Plans for a new Hillel House
are currently being augmented
by a drive for funds. In a cere-
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man Hall at 10 a.m.. under the
direction of faculty member Ben-
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and refreshments will be under
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Molly Picon, star of staqe. screen, radio and television is bid
farewell by Charles C. Goldberg, general manager oi ;he
Delano Hotel. Miami Beach, following her stay there. Miss
Picon was guest arast at an Israel Bond Sukkoth Rally held
in the Hibiscus Auditorium late last week. She shared honors
with Mrs. Judith Epstein, principal speaker and national chair-
man. Women's Division in BIG.
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9 a.m.. Saturday, followed by a
Kiddush. Mincha is at 5 15 p.m.
.
FLAGLER-GRASADA JEW-
ISH COMMUNITY CESTER will
I hold Saturday morning services
at 9 am. Daily services are at
7.30 s rr.

AHAVAS ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday evening
[services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
. morning services are scheduled
for 9 am. with Rabbi Isaac Ever
discussine: Creation Of The
World Then And Now. Mr. and
Mn Mitchell Reiner, :n cele-
bration of their anniversary, will
be host at a special Kiddush.
Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by
, Shales Seudos and Maariv.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYS A -
GOGL'E will hold Friday evening
services at 5.15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8 am.
Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shales Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
ASD COSGREGATIOS will be
led in Friday ever. ices at
5 45 p.m.. by Rabbi Simon April.
" I services are
luW I r I M 1 : with the
Rabbi's subject: Prayer Or.Sac-
rifkeWhich: A Miahaa class
->-.- be held ^: 4 30 p m with
and Maariv ,
the S.; Kel-
eaaei aril] rcnit: :~e Bauaical por-
tioBi : l
Oprn School
Huildiiiju At ll.-lli
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Tk+at+r Project
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Mrs. (mmimsboro
Mrs. Sally Gauisboro has been
appointed chairman of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center Theatre Party project, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. chairman
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Fund Raising
Committee.
Mrs. Gainsboro indicated that
the group's first theater party
will be held on Tuesday. Decem-
ber 2nd, and Wednesday. Decem-
ber 3rd. at the Ring Theater.
Featured production will be Bng-
adoon. by Allan Jay Lerr.er. with
music by Frederick Loewe.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1952
*Jenisl fhriJiicin
letters To The Editor
j?:litor, Jewish Floridian,
Sir:
At this season, after the clarion
rill of the Shofar called on us
i take stock of our shortcom-
ings, it is high time that each
, ni >f US faces squarely a funda-
mental problem confronting our
J( wish Community and asks him-
self, "Why do I continue to dodge
and evade my duty in the field
rf proper Hebrew School educa-
tion for my children?
Why is it that I. the child's
. nt. worry so much about his
physical welfare; yet I am con-
tent to subject his mind and soul
to the influence of incompetent,
inexperienced individuals who
owe their appointments to a va-
riety of reasons connected with
congregational politics, parental
influence, or economy, etc.. but
rot with standards of education
and experience?"
Incredible as it may seem, there
such situations here in Great-
,: Miami that would fully justify
Queries such as these. Of course,
this condition is isolated at pres-
ent to a very few instances, as
by and large, the teaching staffs
of most of Greater Miami Hebrew
;.:id Day Schools are composed
t f able pedagogues, fully licensed
f.nd members of the Hebrew
Teachers' Association of Greater
Miami. Inc.. affiliated with the
National Hebrew Teachers Or-
ganization and with years of suc-
cessful teaching experience, en-
joying the respect of the com-
munity.
The danger of entrusting the
transmission of our Hebrew cul-
ture, learning and ideals to the]
wrong hands may prove so)
destructive and damaging that
We may well be raising a gener-
ation of "lost souls". Now is the
for all good Jews and true
to come to the aid of our ancient
hut ever-young Torah and its
Way of Life.
Who,, you heard the blast of
the Shofar, it was at once sound- '
warning note and at the
time calling on you to do
thing to "make your influence
ft It within the sphere of your
activities. The Shofar called on
you to strengthen the bulwarks
rew education and to plug
holes through which the
evil waters of ignorance and
ess are beginning to trickle.
Here are some pertinent ques-
tions that you can ask of the of-
ficers of your organizations and
synagogues: 1) Why should
i teachers be "imported" from the
North with Utopian promises of
a so-called future, but with mis-
erable sub standard salaries
only to bo dumped the following
year so that a fresh batch of
teachers may be again imported?
2) How can you possibly put
some classes in the hands of
youngsters whose sole qualifica-
tion is that they, too, once at-
tended a Hebrew School some-
where for awhile?
3) Is your child's Hebrew edu-
cation so cheap in your eyes that
you can afford to "shop around"
in the bargain basement of learn-
ing for this so-called instructor?
4) Why not strengthen the hands
of the Hebrew Teachers' Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, which
is seeking to elevate the stan-
dards of Hebrew learning among
our younger generation; why not
employ its experienced, licensed,
competent and respected mem-
bers and thereby insure the pres-
ervation and perpetuation of our
Torah and its people through
proper, adequate education; and
why not free these instructors
from economic worry by paying
adequate salaries as agreed upon
in cooperation with the Jewish
Bureau of Education?
Remember that the quality of
instruction and its resultant val-
ue to the young student are de-
pendent in a large measure on
the competence of the teacher
and his peace of mind. These ob-
jectives can best be achieved by
an ethical professional organiza-
tion, and it was with this in
mind that the Hebrew Teachers
Association of Greater Miami,
Inc., was founded.
The Shofar has sounded its
clarion call! What will be your
answer!
Greater Miami Hebrew
Teachers' Association
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Michael Stcckloff and Ben Gil-
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officers include George W. Hii-
sch, vice president and comptroll-
er; Arthur H. Courshon, secre-
tary; and Milton M. Gaynor,
treasurer.
Directors are Claude Pepper.
Samuel C. Stampleman and
Charles Silvers.
New Resident Manager
Mrs. Mollie H. Bargteil has as-
sumed the duties of Resident
Manager of the Esquire Apart-
mentg on Surpise Lake, 4720
Pinetreo Drive, Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement here
late last week.
Mrs. Dave Alper
Beach Chapter To
Hold Member Teas
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold their
first in a series of Membership
Teas on Tuesday, October 21st,
10:30 a.m., at the Monte Carlo
Hotel.
Greeting guests will be Mrs.
Dave Alper, vice president of the
Chapter and membership chair-
man, as well as Mrs. Herman
Stern and Mrs. Ben Lebow, chap-
ter president. The Initiatory
Team will include the Mesdames
Ben Lebow, Dave Alper, Sam
Pollack and Sam Nudelman.
Scheduled to welcome new and
old members is Mrs. Ida Optner,
vice president of District No. 5,
B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Har-
old Turk will be guest speaker.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17
1952

{MIAMI CONVALESCENT II4|| ?
? Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chienically Iji 4
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T Special Diet* Strictly Observed 4
^ Private and Semi-Private Rooms ?
* LEO ALLEN. Director 33S S. W. 12th wj
A Phones 2-5437 end 9-0278 '?
Temple Beth Shoiom Religious School Choir as it
'.eft to right' Linda lf.Jrr.en Stacey Kogen He!
:sh. Cantor Sa?.uel Keiemer Penny Goldman. S
left to righl William ?--.e Denis Russ Linda S
Educational Director. Michael WeiL Maxine Col
Standing are iefl to right Jules Greenberg. Ho
dine Granctt. Kathy Kaplan. Harvey Meltser an
berg.
appeared during the High Holy Days. Seated are
Vj Deguts. Norman Lachman. Rabbi Leon Kron-
hcila Mandel and PbiUppa Weine. Second row are
alsmcn. Bruce aV'lWtfar. Sydney J. Greenbeig.
jitiin, Edward Roseman and Michael Rosenthal.
nn:e F:iedlrnd. Linda SL.-in, Linda Kars. Geral-
. Eugtne Brenner. Not shown is Stanley Green-
Consecration At Beth Shoiom
Forty-four ktakitrSHtMfi nd
I.:>:-gracerj were lonnaJlj -
secrsted at :'r- BiaTiclW 7 rail
Dei vine of Ttrapsr B*-:- 5 : -
Saturday evening. October 11th.
According Iota Minounfamerit :.>
Rabbi Le.T. Krcr.:;.-. srir/.usi
leader.
Ir. a special Consecration Cere-
mony. Sydney J Greene-erg. edu-
cational director, presented to
Rabci Kronish Use I H wing
children who have recently en-
tered Beth Shoiom Religious
Scho> I:
From the kindergarten Ce-
celia Cohen, Susan Cere.- Karen
Laura Herman Michael
-: Robert Liniad< Rayi nd
Mandel, Lloyd MandeL Maryann
Marder, Stephanie Oka. R
Sr! m n. Sherry Sandlei Wendy
Satil I Tui :. Richard Z.r.r.
Lilhaa Roaentaum, Mark Le-
ban. Bruce Raskind. Peter Poller.
Harvey Grossman. Susan Segal.
Er._ Jacobs. Pat Sheldon. Marilyn
Steinberg. Barry Malter and
Judith Goldman.
From the first grade Ira
Liener. Jay Goldman. Judith
Gradsky. Mitchell Maiter. Jeffrey
Qu.ttner. Stephanie Berge.-. Toby
Greenberg. Stephen Saroff. David
Brooks, Andrea Rauzin. Julian
Newbauer. Stuart Bussey. Steph-
en Friedman. Leslie Beihnson,
Theodore Peck. Jerry Leshmck.
Alan Siegel and Rickie Yaffe.
Mrs Leon J. Ell. chairman of
the Religious School Board, then
led the procession of consecrants
I A" where they took
the Vow of Consecration before
the pen Ark
Judaea Leaders
(aather Sumlay
On Sunday. October 19th, at
Crandon Park. Young Judaea
Leaders and prospective Leaders
will gather to hold the opening
session of this year's Young Ju-
daea Leaders Workship. announc-
ed Harry J. Sonz. chairman of
the Zionist Youth Commission
sponsoring the event.
The day's program will con-
sist of workshops on What Is
Young Judaea: How To Teach
A Song, led by Myrna Bressack:
How To Lead A Discussion In
Your Group, led by Arthur Co-
hen: and Israeli dancing.
The group will meet near Pit
No. 1 at 1 p.m. In charge of ar-
rangements for the affair are
Mrs. Henry K. Solloway. chair-
man: and Mrs. Bertram Miller
and Mrs. H. C. Moser
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
_ +Jelstrk>r*Jinr>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153749
HN V. DUGGAN, 1'laintlff
.1
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
IN
\|\HKI, IM'IKIAX, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MABEL DliiUAN
, o ("nines Traitor Park
i 'hattanooga, Tennessee
Yol' Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
l!.i a Bill of <">>inplulnt for Divorce
1 n filed iik:i iii-.i yon hi the
entitled cause and you are
. ;> required to nerve a copy .>r
\;i-w,i io the hiii ot Complaint
In [Malntlff's attorned, ami rile the,.i
. nal In 'he ofMoe of th Otorti offFioi
j. circuit t'ourt on or before the
. ..t November, 1982, otherwise
;, iv.i.-. Pro Confesso will i>- enter*
.::st Mill.
ii- notice shall be puhlishcd once
, i, >v..-k for* four ronseeutive weeks
IK JEWISH I-LOKIIHAN.
I gted at Miami. Klorlila, thin Hth
,l,.\ ..f October, 19.'>2.
E. II. I.KATHKK.MAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
By: \VM. W STOCKING
Deputv Clerk
[NARD S. -MANI>1,EK
nej i"i Plaintiff
s i Ingraham Building
n i. Florida.
7-24-31 11/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153705
FRANCES FARKANT, Plaintiff,
vs.
KICCARDO JOSEPH FERRANT,
;i i, .i RICHARD FERKANTE.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,-n ItiCCARDO JOSEPH F'KKR.VNT
.110 Kurmun St.".
Syracuse, N. Y.
Vim are hereby notified that a Bill
i Complaint Tor Divorce has been
hied against you, ami you are re-
quired t.i serve a copy of your Ann-
ul in- Pleading to the Hill of Com-
. i "" the plaintiff's Attorney, and
fill the original Answer or Pleading
the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
Courl on or before the 14th day
..; November, 1351'. If you fail to
In no, judgment |}y default will tie
taken against you for the relief de-
ll in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FUtRIDlAN
i.VE AND ORDERED at Miami,
irty this 1.!tli day of October, A|i
K. P. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I>i'l<- County. Florida
III Court Seal)
Bj WM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
. -;;i'li GOLDEN, Eaq,
ii ney for Plaintiff
Reybotd Bids.
mi. Florida
7-24-81 U/7
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
"V8r\K.r PnadpeRocb0au^ty-
Lffi: |WANTE?f""
T.; V>,-'":SI:N- '"--.as.,!
said State '"' "l""""1* ***
either ,.' ,........andS w|,i'n or
an.'/'IV,' */"> ''" "fli.de"c.iun y
o ,, u' ".""' '" ""ir "'< In the
ountj ( ourthouse in Dade countv
fro,, ;'r TV" *;""" *
[''' l1"- date of the first
hereof. Bald claims or net
contain the lew, .....i-------reclaim?
as -if., .,; '" ""'"'" '" ;""1 Presented
line ,L, i 'S!a*. wUI '" kl;i"'
Date Ootobvr in, A D 1912
BAD1E ROSEN "'
ill and Testament of
iG*HMOm$ESIXrD,C*d
Attorney for Executrix
Su':: Seyhnld Hide
Miami: Florida
1U,'I7-M-:H 11,7
LEGAL NOTICE
... ,/.OTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUOG'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
,__"-, No. 28741-B
In Re; ESTATE t'F
BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
a/k/a BERN IE c. Fit I RDM AN
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
BaSd Est t '"' ""m""da AKaut
Jou land each of >-,,, kre hereby
notified and required to present anv
clalmi and demands
^lili-h you, or
either of you, may hav
estate of BERNARD C
deceased late ,,f ii.,,|
Ida. to '
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_-, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
business r----'-''--'''-S;rl,'Kt'' '"
ih
against the
FRIEDMAN,
County, Flor-
.ti'.n in- office in the County Courthouse
in pad* ounty, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
nrst publication hereof. Said claims
or demand* t., contain th.- legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to l. sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or name
will be haired.
Date September 21. AD 1952
jovce friedman
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
BERNARD c, FRIEDMAN
6EORGH J. TALIANOFF P"**
Attorney for Administratrix
42fi Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
10/3-10-17-24
name with the Clerk of.the Clrcul
< ourt of Dade County. Florida ^'rCOH
c. P. BOWERS
M..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I ii undersigned, desiring to engage in
i- -less under the fictitious name of
INDEPENDENT FILL AND TOP
Ht'lL CO.. at 9968 N. W. 16th Avenue,
M ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
' Dude County, Florida.
ERNEST LEDER
Sole Owner
-24-S1 n/7
I'AI.I.HT. SILVER A
Attorneys for Owners
S"4 Ingraham Bldg.
Miami. 1 in
10/17-24-31 11/7
J. MACRAE
MI'LI.OY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SCOTT fc COMPANY, al 5860 N E
1 Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade Countv,
register said
the Circuit
Florida.
KOVNER A
Attorneys for
10/10-17-24-31
El.I SHEPPARD
BILLIE SHEPPARD
MANNIlKlMKit
Scott s Company
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring !. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE I IN Sliop. ,lt ::u- Aragon Av-
enue, Coral Gables, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ult Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
TED FIUTKoKF
Sole Owner
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby oiven that
t undersigned, desiring to engage in
>-> i.ess under the fictitious name of
WHITEHALL FABRICS, at 24S Oir-
A venue. Coral Oables, Florida.
t. nd to register said name with the
r.erk of the Circuit Court of Dade
. i iorlda.
WHITEHALL FABRICS. INC
HAROLD KARL HA LI'ERT
II.' iRENCK HALI'ERT
, JERRY WINTERS
24-31 11/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
inderslgned desiring to engage in
lie s under the fictitious I'.ame of
.TIMED SOIL CO., CERTIFIED
and en, at b'nake Creek and N. W.
Vvenue, Miami, Flotida. intends
-aid name with the Clerk
Ircull Court ,,f Hade Countv,
Ida.
CERTIFIED MUCK
, sou, CO., INC.
ORQE .1 TALIANOFF, ESO
ney for Applicant
- Mncoln Road
Beach, Ha.
I.-24-31 11/7
A-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,. .. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
-iness under the fictitious name of
.' "I'- REALTY, at 26Id S. W. Mil
"t. .Miami. Ma.. Intends to register
1 name with the Clerk of the Clr-
1 "urt of Dade Countv. Florida
.,.,,.,, OEoRdE FODOR
.'' HEN F KKSSLKR
;' "oy for Applicant
-''.'. Hagler Street
' -4-:tl n/7
\
W
- u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, ...... NAME LAW
N"TI. I- is HEREBY OrVEN that
"lersigned, desiring to engage In
'"? under the fictitious name of
- KL'PER MARKET, at .nil
20th Street, Miami.
,' register said name
or the Circuit curt
I'Iorlda.
SHIRLEY SI.MMi
-,,,......ALBERT A SIMMONS
"BORE j. BAKOWITZ
for Registrants
l"'l'I.H,lildi,,
.1 lOI Ida
I --31 11 7
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.
1 Iorlda, Intends to register said name,
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
STANLEY RASKIN
GENET & GENET
Attorneys For Stanley Raskin
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OPVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SBSSiM! SHfl*r "" fictitious .name of
NEW IORK MARKET (Grocery and
Produce Departments), at 757 41st
Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Vi ,h? rlr<-ult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
/a/ MARK SLOTKIN
GENET GEN,-:!r"N'A ^^^
Attorneys for Mark and Leons Slotkin
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
SXSSS?" "n,1er the fictitious name of
ROCKING M 1! LOUNGE, at 2009
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Fin., in-
tends to register -said name with the
< h-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida
.,.. VANDF.RBILT BAR, INC.
\\ EINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, 11.i.
Attorneys for Vanderblil Bar. Inc.
10 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NC-ERA FABRICS & FOAM ROB-
BER PRODUCTS, at 920 71st Street.
Miami Beach. Morida. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PAUL SCHWARTZ
i Paul Schwartz)
in 10-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SAWDUST TRAIL at 5340 N. W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
Bid name with the Clerk "f the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERTA M. PORTER
STEPHEN I. KE8SLER
Attorney for Applicant
!2..... W, Flagler Street
in 10-17-24-3]
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153408
JOSEPH KRUPA, Plaintiff
vs.
BESS M. KRCPA
99 Heechwisid Place
Staten Island 14, New York
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BESS M. KRCPA
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 Answer
or Pleading to-the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN
F. KESSLKR, 2200 W. Flagler St .
Miami, I la., and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 31st day of October, 19.".2.
If you fail to do so. Judgment hv de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of October, A.D.11
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Comt Seall
By O. B. BARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
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. 153628
ERNEST KOBROCK, Plaintiff
vs.
MARIE KOBROOK, Defendant
residence unknown
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I" MARK-: KOBROCK
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of I omplalnt for Divorce has I.....n
tiieii against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or pimding tv the Bill of com-
L I.',".'.',,:'.';. "" Plaintiffs Attorney,
KTBPHEN I KESSLER, 1200 W
Flagler St., Miami. Fla., and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
(ourt on or before the 7th daj of
November, 1952 ir >,, rail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
auainst you for the relief demanded In
th* Bill of Complaint.
BONE AND ORDERED .it Miami.
PftMMa, thi"-- stii day or October, a.p.
29,^2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
- "i Cleric, circuit Court.
.<* "a>5L,ild(' County. Floi ida
k frcTO Conn Seal)
By M. c. PETOE
NOT,cstnsr
FICTITIOUS
LAW
N that
....g to engage In
Jffl'KSISaV'JSfclite fictitious name of
proitcal nij-TRinr-Tiiiis nno
., yKWlFB^A* JsBREBY GIVEN
Die tfrrtlerslg-nwi, desiring to engs
DidhF. tlie fictitious nai
r. nrftTRiBPToRs. at ,
N-'W.i,iftri-stJ4kimi. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of 3*e blrsiiir.<:nurt of Dade County,
Florida, '
LEGAL NOTICE
10/10-17-24-31
Harry STEIN
LEO Host
IN THE OlRCUVt COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUN>Y, FLORIDA
IN CHAflKJERY.
No. 153623
HELEN LIFBERMAN, Plaintiff,
>.
NATHAN LIEBERMAN. Defendant.
OtWER' OF PUBLICATION
Tf): NATHAN UBBERMAN
it Barker Street
Hartford. Connecticut
,'" > hereby notified that a Bill
of ( omplalnt for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a oppy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs Attorney and file the Orig-
inal Answer in the office ot the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida, on or before th.- 7th day of
November, I9S2; otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint
will b,. taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this mii day of October 1952
E, B. LEATHBRMAN,
, Clerk of Circuit Court
(Seal)
By It II. RICE, .lit (Seal)
Deputy Clerk
OEORGE .1 TALIANOFF, ESQ
Attorney for Plaintiff
42(1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Id 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
MIAMI BEACH BK.VDIX COMPANY,
at 11 .Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to regktter said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
CHARl.ics wEINGA RTEN
MARGIE WEINGARTEN
10/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28820. B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CLARENCE si.inn. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands As
Bald Estate:
You. and each of you. are hi
notified and required to present i
claims and demands which you, or
I Ither of you, may hav. .,_ ilnsl
estate of CLARENCE SLINN
ceased late of Rnckland County, New
York, to the Hon, W, P BLANTON
and F'RANK Ii. DoWI.INO, County
Judges of Hade County, and fii.- th<
same III their Offlee III tile CollllU
Courthouse In Dade County, Ffcuida
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands t.......-
tain the legal address of the laii -
ami to i. sworn to and presented -
.......isald, oi same win be ban
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date September :>|, a.D l'l.V'
HELEN I. SLINN
CLARENCE SI.INN. .11;
As Ancillary BSxecutor
Exi 'mix of the Last Will and,
Testament of
CLARENCE SLINN.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAn""
By: Louis Heiman
Attorneys for Ancillary
Executor and Executrix
9/26 1" li-l"-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23002
RE: ESTATF: OF"
MAX COHEN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petil
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ex-
eCUtor of the estate of MAX COHEN
deceased; and that on the 24th d \
of October, 1952, I will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of. D
county, Florida, for approval of iald
final report and for final dlsclMrg.
as Ancillary Executor of the El
Of -MAX COHEN, lie. eased.
This isth day of September. I ".
s HARRY KAIIN
formerly known as 11 rry-
. 'oh.-ii. Ancillary Executor
ol the Estate of Ma>
Cohen. Deceased
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancillary Execute
9 2 1" 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
OLYMPIA REALTY, at .-.(>;. olympia
Building. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
A.Mos BENJAMIN
Reg. Real Estate Broker
10/10-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE TRAILER SALES
at 7087 N. B, Second Avenue, Miami.
Fla.. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HERBERT GOLDBBROER
ELEANOR GOLDBERGER
owners.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
9/26 in a-10-17
Florida,
with the
of Dade
INS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\,.T,.,. ,N*ME LAW
,.;; TIi i. is HEREBY GIVEN that
1 islEi-TrW1' ''es'Hng to engage In
"\ under the fictitious name of
.-.ll.iu, v.\ TYPEWRITER CO.. at
t'. r.Vit. "'' Ave.. Miami, Intends
"f the ,'.r ""'d name with the Clerk
Florida Court of Dade bounty.
/2 iv-h2i7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INDIES RATTAN, at 100 N. E. 71st
Sim it, Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
El.I SHEPPARD
BILLIE SHEPPARD
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for indies Rattan
111 lu-17-24-31 _____________________
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153503
BILL FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH J. VELTHADS, Plaintiff
EILEEN P Vi:i.THAI'S. Defendant.
y, EILEEN P. VELTHAU8, are
hcubv required t" serve copy of your
answer to annexed bill for divor.-e.
on plaintiff's attorney, and file orig-
inal answer with undersigned court
clerk, on or before November 3. 1952,
or default thereof will he entered.
Dated, October 3. 1952.____
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk
,C?Ur' '""'By R. H. RICE, JR
Deputy Clerk.
PERRY BITTKL Plaintiff's Attorney.
Ill Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
lO/MS-IDMSIt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned,, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHUCK'S SANDWICH SHOP, at 101
Northeast Second Avenue, in the City
of Miami. Florida, int. nils to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DATICD at Miami. Florida, on this
24th day of September. 1952.
'' II K. CORPORATION
10 8-10-17-21
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 B7J1 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BURT JOHNSON
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
9/26 l" :i-I"-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ti undersigned, desiring to ellgag-- in
business under the fictitious name of
ACE T.V.
at 111"4 N. W 7th Avenue, Mian
tends to register said name with Uie
clerk of the Circuit Court of |.
County, Florida.
RoERT B. CLIFTON
9/26 10/2-111-17________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious nan,- of
GADGET FAIR, at 400 N. E. 7th
Street. Miami. Intends to regi-ter
said name with the Clerk of the I
cult Court of Dade County. Florida
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS, in;.
BERICK, SHAPIRO L- l-'RIED
420 Lincoln Road
A'torn.ys for Applicant
9/26 10/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase
business under the fictitious name of
BARARA IE AN MANSION'S
at 956 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, inv-nd to register said rtaine
with the Clerk of the Ciri ult Court of
1 lade County. I iorlda
Li 'CIS R MILLER
joan levine
Morris korscn
9'2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:hY OIVEN t ll
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAW-N-PAW SHOPS, at 400 N. E.
79th Street, Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. F'l
MAW-N-PAW sin .PS, Inc.
BERICK. SHAPIRO ti FRIED
42u Lincoln Road
Attorneys for Applicant
9/26 10 3-1H-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, 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
Court of Dade County, Florida.
METRO REALTY COMPANY, INC.
BERICK, SHAPIRO A: FRIED
.\r:-..- ti. > s for ('-.\ nor
420 Lincoln Road
17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flotltious name of
FLAMINGO GRILL and SUNDRIES,
at 4034 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIS H. DYER
ALEXANDER KAY
STEPHEN F. KESbLER
Attorney for Owners'
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/3-10-17-24
NOTlftfc WNDER FICTITIOUS
' f*AME LAW
NOT10Jg HKItKliY OIVEN that
the .:. 1-rslKtwd. desiring to engage In
business undeY the fictitious name of
TINA MARKKT
at 610 S.' W. 3rd Street Intends to
register said name with.the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BRNE8TINA AREU,
Sole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Owner
2>: 1 a 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
CORAL GABLES DRUG STORE, at
Kin Ponce de I.eon Blvd.. Coral Cab-
les. Florida, Intends to regist.
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
SAMUEL GELBOND
BEN ESSEN
v;:: Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Floi id.i
At tome) for Samuel Gelbond
9 26 l" S-l '-17
FOR
I'KIVriVY.
Phone 3-7124
TWMN CITY
PRESS, Mm:
120 N.E. SIXTH STREET
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ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
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for messenger service.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE +Jelstrk>r*Jinr> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153749 HN V. DUGGAN, 1'laintlff .1 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B IN \|\HKI, IM'IKIAX, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MABEL DliiUAN o ("nines Traitor Park i 'hattanooga, Tennessee Yol' Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED l!„.i a Bill of <">>inplulnt for Divorce 1 n filed ii K :i iii-.i yon hi the entitled cause and you are ;> required to nerve a copy .>r \;i-w,i io the HIII ot Complaint In [Malntlff's attorned, ami rile the,.i nal In 'he ofMoe of th Otorti offFioi j. circuit t'ourt on or before the ..t November, 1982, otherwise ; iv.i.-. Pro Confesso will i>enter* .::st Mill. iinotice shall be puhlishcd once i, >v..-k for* four ronseeutive weeks IK JEWISH I-LOKIIHAN. I gted at Miami. Klorlila, thin Hth ,l,.\ ..f October, 19.'>2. E. II. I.KATHKK.MAN. Clerk of circuit Court By: \VM. W„ STOCKING Deputv Clerk [NARD S. -MANI>1,EK nej i"i Plaintiff s i Ingraham Building n i. Florida. 7-24-31 — 11/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153705 FRANCES FARKANT, Plaintiff, vs. KICCARDO JOSEPH FERRANT, ;i i, .i RICHARD FERKANTE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE •,-n ItiCCARDO JOSEPH F'KKR.VNT .110 Kurmun St.". Syracuse, N. Y. Vim are hereby notified that a Bill i Complaint Tor Divorce has been hied against you, ami you are required t.i serve a copy of your Annul inPleading to the Hill of Com. i "" the plaintiff's Attorney, and fill the original Answer or Pleading the office of the Clerk of the ClrCourl on or before the 14th day ..; November, 1351'. If you fail to In no, judgment |}y default will tie taken against you for the relief dell in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once week for four consecutive weeks THE JEWISH FUtRIDlAN i.VE AND ORDERED at Miami, irty this 1.!tli day of October, A|i K. P. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. I>i'l,-'": SI:N '"--.as.,! said State '"' l """" 1 *** either ,.' and S w|,i n %  %  or an.'/'IV,' */">• •''• %  "fli.de "c.iun y •o ,, u ".""' '" "" i r "'< In the ountj ( ourthouse in Dade countv fro,, ;'r TV" *;""" •*£ %  [ %  %  '•' l 1 "date of the first hereof. Bald claims or net contain the lew, i reclaim? as -if., .,; '" ""'"'" '" ; "" 1 Presented line ,L, i 'S! a *. wUI '" %  kl;i Date Ootobvr in, A D 1912 BAD1E ROSEN "' ill and Testament of iG*H M Om$ E S IXrD,C d Attorney for Executrix Su':: Seyhnld Hide Miami: Florida 1U,'I7-M-:H — 11,7 LEGAL NOTICE ... ,/. OTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUOG'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ,__•"-, No. 28741-B In Re; ESTATE t'F BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN a/k/a BERN IE c. Fit I RDM AN To All Creditors and All Persons HavBaSd Est t '"' "" m "" da A K au„t Jou land each of >-,„,, k re hereby notified and required to present anv clalmi and demands %  ^lili-h you, or either of you, may hav estate of BERNARD C deceased late ,,f ii.,,| Ida. to LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS _-,„ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that business r ----'-''--''' -S ; rl, Kt '' •" %  %  '" ih against the FRIEDMAN, County, Flor.ti'.n in, office in the County Courthouse in pad* %  ounty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the nrst publication hereof. Said claims or demand* t., contain th.legal address of the claimant and to l„. sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or name will be haired. Date September 21. AD 1952 JOVCE FRIEDMAN As Administratrix of the Estate of BERNARD c, FRIEDMAN 6EORGH J. TALIANOFF P"** Attorney for Administratrix 42fi Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. 10/3-10-17-24 name with the Clerk of.the Clrcul < ourt of Dade County. Florida ^' rCOH c. P. BOWERS M.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I ii undersigned, desiring to engage in i-less under the fictitious name of INDEPENDENT FILL AND TOP Ht'lL CO.. at 9968 N. W. 16th Avenue, M ami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court •' Dude County, Florida. ERNEST LEDER Sole Owner %  -24-S1 n/7 I'AI.I.HT. SILVER A Attorneys for Owners S"4 Ingraham Bldg. Miami. 1 in 10/17-24-31 — 11/7 J. MACRAE MI'LI.OY NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SCOTT fc COMPANY, al 5860 N E 1 Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to name with the Clerk of Court of Dade Countv, register said the Circuit Florida. KOVNER A Attorneys for 10/10-17-24-31 El.I SHEPPARD BILLIE SHEPPARD MANNIlKlMKit Scott s Company NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring %  engage in business under the fictitious name of THE I IN Sliop. lt ::uAragon Avenue, Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrult Court of Dade Countv. Florida. TED FIUTKoKF Sole Owner 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that t undersigned, desiring to engage in >%  > i.ess under the fictitious name of WHITEHALL FABRICS, at 24S OirA venue. Coral Oables, Florida. t. nd to register said name with the r.erk of the Circuit Court of Dade i iorlda. WHITEHALL FABRICS. INC HAROLD KARL HA LI'ERT II.' iRENCK HALI'ERT JERRY WINTERS 24-31 — 11/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inderslgned desiring to engage in lie s under the fictitious I'.ame of .TIMED SOIL CO., CERTIFIED AND en, at b'nake Creek and N. W. Vvenue, Miami, Flotida. intends -aid name with the Clerk Ircull Court ,,f Hade Countv, Ida. CERTIFIED MUCK sou, CO., INC. ORQE .1 TALIANOFF, ESO ney for Applicant Mncoln Road • Beach, Ha. I.-24-31 — 11/7 ANOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. .„. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that • undersigned, desiring to engage In -iness under the fictitious name of .' "I'REALTY, at 26Id S. W. Mil %  "•t. .Miami. Ma.. Intends to register 1 name with the Clerk of the Clr1 "urt of Dade Countv. Florida .,.,„,.,,„ „ OEoRdE FODOR .'•' HEN F KKSSLKR •; %  "oy for Applicant -''.'. Hagler Street • -4-:tl — n /7 \ W • u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v, NAME LAW N"TI. Iis HEREBY OrVEN that "•lersigned, desiring to engage In '" %  ? under the fictitious name of KL'PER MARKET, at .nil 20th Street, Miami. ,' register said name or the Circuit curt I'Iorlda. SHIRLEY SI.MMi -,,,. ALBERT A SIMMONS %  "BORE j. BAKOWITZ • for Registrants %  l"'l'I.H,lildi,, .1 lOI Ida I •-•-31 11 7 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. 1 Iorlda, Intends to register said name, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STANLEY RASKIN GENET & GENET Attorneys For Stanley Raskin 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OPVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In SBSSiM! SHfl* r "" %  fictitious .name of NEW IORK MARKET (Grocery and Produce Departments), at 757 41st Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk Vi ,h ? rlr,,„ rail to do so, judgment by default will be taken auainst you for the relief demanded In th* Bill of Complaint. BONE AND ORDERED .it Miami. PftMMa, thi"-stii day or October, A. p. 29,^2. E. B. LEATHERMAN, "i Cleric, circuit Court. .<•* "a>5 L,ild( County. Floi ida K frcTO Conn Seal) By M. c. PETOE NOT,cs tnsr FICTITIOUS LAW N that ....g to engage In Jffl'KSISaV'JSfclite fictitious name of PROITCAL nij-TRinr-Tiiiis „, n n o ., yKWlF B ^A* JsBREBY GIVEN Die tfrrtlerslg-nwi, desiring to engs DidhF. tlie fictitious nai r. nrftTRiBPToRs. at N-'W.i,iftri-st„J4kimi. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of 3*e blrsiiir.<:nurt of Dade County, Florida, LEGAL NOTICE 10/10-17-24-31 HARRY STEIN LEO HOST IN THE OlRCUVt COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUN>Y, FLORIDA IN CHAflKJERY. No. 153623 HELEN LIFBERMAN, Plaintiff, >. NATHAN LIEBERMAN. Defendant. OtWER' OF PUBLICATION Tf): NATHAN UBBERMAN •it Barker Street Hartford. Connecticut ,'" > hereby notified that a Bill of ( omplalnt for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a oppy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs Attorney and file the Original Answer in the office ot the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida, on or before th.7th day of November, I9S2; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will b,. taken as confessed against you. Dated this MII day of October 1952 E, B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Seal) By It II. RICE, .lit (Seal) Deputy Clerk OEORGE .1 TALIANOFF, ESQ Attorney for Plaintiff 42(1 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Id 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 MIAMI BEACH BK.VDIX COMPANY, at 11 .Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regktter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARl.ics wEINGA RTEN MARGIE WEINGARTEN 10/3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28820. B In Re: ESTATE OF CLARENCE si. INN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All persons Having Claims or Demands As Bald Estate: You. and each of you. are hi notified and required to present i claims and demands which you, or I Ither of you, may hav. .,_ ilnsl estate of CLARENCE SLINN ceased late of Rnckland County, New York, to the Hon, W, P BLANTON and F'RANK Ii. DoWI.INO, County Judges of Hade County, and fii.th< same III their Offlee III tile CollllU Courthouse In Dade County, Ffcuida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands t .tain the legal address of the laii -• ami to i„. sworn to and presented isald, oi same win be ban See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September :>|, A.D l'l.V' HELEN I. SLINN CLARENCE SI.INN. .11; As Ancillary BSxecutor Exi 'mix of the Last Will and, Testament of CLARENCE SLINN. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN"" By: Louis Heiman Attorneys for Ancillary Executor and Executrix 9/26 — 1" li-l"-17 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 23002 RE: ESTATF: OF" MAX COHEN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petil for Final Discharge as Ancillary ExeCUtor of the estate of MAX COHEN deceased; and that on the 24th d \ of October, 1952, I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of. D county, Florida, for approval of iald final report and for final dlsclMrg. as Ancillary Executor of the El Of -MAX COHEN, lie. eased. This isth day of September. I •". s HARRY KAIIN formerly known as 11 • rry. 'oh.-ii. Ancillary Executor ol the Estate of Ma> Cohen. Deceased MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Ancillary Execute 9 2 1" 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 OLYMPIA REALTY, at .-.(>;. olympia Building. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A.Mos BENJAMIN Reg. Real Estate Broker 10/10-17-21-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE TRAILER SALES at 7087 N. B, Second Avenue, Miami. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERBERT GOLDBBROER ELEANOR GOLDBERGER owners. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 9/26 — in a-10-17 Florida, with the of Dade INS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \,.T,.,. N *ME LAW ,.;; TIi i. is HEREBY GIVEN that 1 islEi-TrW 1 !" ''es'Hng to engage In "\ under the fictitious name of .-.ll.iu, v.\ TYPEWRITER CO.. at t'. r.Vi t %  "'' A ve.. Miami, Intends "f the ,'. r ""'d name with the Clerk Florida Court of Dade bounty. /2 IV-H2I 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of INDIES RATTAN, at 100 N. E. 71st SIM it, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. El.I SHEPPARD BILLIE SHEPPARD KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for indies Rattan 111 lu-17-24-3 1 CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153503 BILL FOR DIVORCE JOSEPH J. VELTHADS, Plaintiff EILEEN P Vi:i.THAI'S. Defendant. y, EILEEN P. VELTHAU8, are hcubv required t" serve copy of your answer to annexed bill for divor.-e. on plaintiff's attorney, and file original answer with undersigned court clerk, on or before November 3. 1952, or default thereof will he entered. Dated, October 3. 1952. E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk ,C ? Ur '""'By R. H. RICE, JR Deputy Clerk. PERRY BITTKL Plaintiff's Attorney. Ill Lincoln • Road, Miami Beach. lO/MS-IDMSIt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned,, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHUCK'S SANDWICH SHOP, at 101 Northeast Second Avenue, in the City of Miami. Florida, int. nils to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DATICD at Miami. Florida, on this 24th day of September. 1952. '' II K. CORPORATION 10 8-10-17-21 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 B7J1 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BURT JOHNSON STEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 9/26 l" :i-I"-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ti undersigned, desiring to ellgag-in business under the fictitious name of ACE T.V. at 111 "4 N. W 7th Avenue, Mian tends to register said name with Uie clerk of the Circuit Court of |. County, Florida. RoERT B. CLIFTON 9/26 10/2-111-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious nan,of GADGET FAIR, at 400 N. E. 7th Street. Miami. Intends to regi-ter said name with the Clerk of the I cult Court of Dade County. Florida MAW-N-PAW SHOPS, in;. BERICK, SHAPIRO Ll-'RIED 420 Lincoln Road A'torn.ys for Applicant 9/26 — 10/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encase business under the fictitious name of BARARA IE AN MANSION'S at 956 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, inv-nd to register said rtaine with the Clerk of the Ciri ult Court of 1 lade County. I iorlda Li 'CIS R MILLER JOAN LEVINE MORRIS KORSCN 9'2 s for ('-.\ nor 420 Lincoln Road •17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thiundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flotltious name of FLAMINGO GRILL AND SUNDRIES, at 4034 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIS H. DYER ALEXANDER KAY STEPHEN F. KESbLER Attorney for Owners' %  2200 W. Flagler Street 10/3-10-17-24 NOT lftfc WNDER FICTITIOUS f*AME LAW NOT10Jg HKItKliY OIVEN that the .:. 1-rslKtwd. desiring to engage In business undeY the fictitious name of TINA MARKKT at 610 S.' W. 3rd Street Intends to register said name with.the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BRNE8TINA AREU, Sole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Owner 2>: — 1 a 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 CORAL GABLES DRUG STORE, at Kin Ponce de I.eon Blvd.. Coral Cables. Florida, Intends to regist. name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAMUEL GELBOND BEN ESSEN v;:: Seybold Bldg. Miami, Floi id. i At tome) for Samuel Gelbond 9 26 — l" S-l '-17 FOR I'KIVriVY. Phone 3-7124 TWMN CITY PRESS, Mm: 120 N.E. SIXTH STREET p0^f *^ie^^s^'^s**^ > ir < ^* A ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and ouarantee accurate service al legal rate*. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. SEITLIN Z, COMPANY ^>f4t^


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1952 +Jewish noi-kUan PAGE 7A University Symphony Orchestra To Open 26 Season; Features Renowned Soloists The 26th season of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the baton of John Bitter promises to be an outstanding one, Marie Volpe, concert manager, said early this week. A galaxy of musical artists to suit the most varied and discriminating tastes has been assembled currently under study for performance include th e following: Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Tschaikowsky; Symphony in D minor, Franck; Symphony No. 88 in D major, Haydn; Symphony No. 7 in A major, Beethoven; Symphony No. 40 in G minor, Mozart. Symphony i n C major, Bizet; Symphonic Poem Death And Transfiguration, Strauss; Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan Und Isolda, Wagner; and the Firebird Suite, Stravinsky. Concertos to be performed include the Piano Concerto in G major, Beethoven; Sinfonie Espagnol, Lalo; Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Chopin; Concerto for Two Pianos in C major, Bach; Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, Lopatnikoff. Piano Concerto No. 3, RachMrs. Marie Volpe for the coming year. World renowned musicians who will appear with the orchestra include Rudolf Firkusny, Helen Traubel. Nathan Milstein, Jan Peerce, Guiomar Novaes, Vronsky and Babin, Bidu Sayao, Jorge Bolet, Isaac Stern and Jean Bedetti. Mrs. Volpe indicated that Dean Bitter has been in rehearsal with the orchestra for the past two weeks and that symphonic works Meetings, 4t North Dade Members of the North Dade Jewish Center will meet on Wednesday evening, October 22nd, 8 p.m., to nominate candidates for the Center's November officer election. The Center Men's Club is scheduled to meet on Tuesday evening, October 21st, 8 p.m., with Dave Greene reporting on an Old Fashioned Barn Dance which will be held Saturday evening, November 1st. Brandeis Group Halloween Party The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, will hold a Halloween Party on Sunday Afternoon, 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Hilda Kirshen, 180 NW 49th Street. Th e group will also meet on Thursday, October 23rd, 8 p.m., in the Green Room of the Alcazar Hotel. John Bitter maninoff; Violin Concerto in G major, Mozart; and Double Concerto for Violin and Cello, Brahms. Two other works being rehearsed include Bach transcriptions by Leopold Stokowski and Dean Bitter. Subscriptions are still available, Mrs. Volpe said. Single tickets go on sale October 27th. Isaac Levin Lodge Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet on Thursday evening, October 23rd, 8 p.m., at the Alcazar Hotel. Featured will be a Membership Stag in conjunction with the National B'nai B'rith GO Campaign, Jack A. Falk, chairman, said early this week. Hebrew Free Loan Association Has Memorial For Samuei Rothstein A Memorial to Mr. Samuel Rothstein, first president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association, will e held by members of the As% %  "•ciation on Sunday evening October 19th, 8 P-roat the Greater Miami Jewish Com'unity Center. Mr. Rothstein, under whose administration the free Joan group Brew to its present proportions, died here about a year ago. Chairman of the affair, Mrs. Rose Pertes, indicated that a Colden Book Of Life will be opened on Sunday evening, pages of which may be purchased by Miami residents desiring to in•crtbe their names as a hurting Rothstein commemoration in the annals of the Association. Residing at 1553 SW 7th Avenue, at the time of his death, Mr. Rothstein originally came from New York. He was an active member of the GMJCC Golden Age Group, as well as of other civic and philanthropic organizations here. Isidore Schwartz, president of the Association, stated that Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Tfilah, will be guest speaker. Cantor Maurice Mamches, of Beth David Synagogue, U scheduled to render musical selections. Also on the program will be two new Israeli films. Members of the Committee in charge of the affair include the Mesdames Ida Ochs. Anna Block, Jennie Solinger, Hyman Kam, Gertrude Injen, Bessie Rosenberg, Rachel Sackowitz, Louis Weintraub, W. Kramer and L. Saperstein. Ueaeh High FT A Views Plaulets The second fn the series of Parent Education Sessions of the Miami Beach High School PTA will take place on Wednesday, October 22nd, 9:30 a.m., in the school cafeteria. Playlets to be presented are Susan Take A Stand For Freedom and John Gives The Basement A Lick And A Promise. The cast for the plays includes* the Mesdames Bert Klee, Lewis Loeb, Abe Solosko, George Sugerman, Carl Susskind and Sally Gainsborough. Discussants are Miss Margaret Tarrer, Dean of Girls; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, representing the parents. Academy To Close Campaign The Hebrew Academy will conclude its 1952 Membership Campaign on Sunday morning with a Victory Breakfast at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach. New members of the Academy, workers of the Membership Committee and parents of newly enrolled students at the Academy will be guests at the Breakfast. Rabbi David Shapiro, chairman of the Membership Committee, will preside at the meeting. Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk, representing th e new parents, will speak. Dr. David S. Andron, president of th e Academy, will welcome new members and parents. Preview of a forthcoming radio program featuring the Hebrew Academy Quiz Kids will feature the program. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, will moderate the panel. Contestants for the first program will include Joseph Lauer, Rose Berman, Melvin Sachs, Efrom Mescheloff and Seymour Spolter. Prizes will be distributed to workers who brought in the largest number of new members to the Academy. Cantor Berele Kelemer, of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, will present a musical program. Annual Sunday School Teachers' Seminar To Open October I i h Klein To Speak On UN Edward Klein will give a talk on the United Nations at the next regular meeting of the Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress on Wednesday, October 22nd. 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Harold Druker, 2241 SW 19th Terrace. Feature Diving Star The North Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood heard progress reports early this week on a projected Splash Party scheduled for the Founts inhead Motel. Speaking were Rita Weissman and Ida Goodman, co-chairmen of the event. Champion comic diving star of TV, Dick Miller, will be featured. Education Board Meets Monday Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will meet on Monday, October 20th, at 8:15 p.m. The agenda will include reports on the Bureau Building Fund, the Seminar for Sunday School teachers opening on October 19th. Adult Education Programs for Greater Miami and participation in Jewish Book Month. A call for city-wide participation in a Conference for Adult Jewish Education has been sent all congregations here under the name of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Educational Committee of the Bureau. This representative meeting will be held at the Bureau building on Tuesday, October 21st, at 8:15 p.m. Discussion will center on evaluation of Adult Institutes, analysis of subjects taught, concern for future trends and a general exchange of experiences in the area of Jewish education. Th Annual Seminar for Sunday School teachers will be initiated this Sunday, October 19th, 12:30 p.m., at a luncheon of the teachers in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The luncheon will introduce the five sessions to follow and will include a symposium on Objective In Teaching Jewish History. Participating will be Cantor Irving Robinson, of Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Dr. Donald Michelson, of Temple Israel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman acting as moderator. The luncheon will also include a music interlude by three sisters: the Mesdames Florence Gordon, Norma Rabinowitz and Berle Kelemer. The five sessions, to be held at the Bureau of Jewish Education for five Wednesdays beginning October 22nd, will deal with the teaching of history and problems facing the Sunday School teachers. Discussants for the history hour will include Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Saul Rabin, educational director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center; Jerome Gordon, educational director of Beth David; and Sydney Greenberg, educational director of Beth Sholom. The second hour. Problem Clinic, will deal with questions Adult Institute Courses Registration is now on for the Adult Institute of the North Dade Jewish" Center. Consisting of three 10-week courses, they embrace these subjects: Crisis In Jewish History, Customs And Ceremonies and Mechanical Reading And Basic Hebrew. chosen by the Sunday School teachers through a questionaire distributed by the Bureau, with discussants including teachers from Beth Sholom, Beth David, Coral Gables Jewish Center and Miami Beach Jewish Center. The Seminar will conclude on November 20th, with an evaluation of the Seminar and plans for subjects to be treated by the Sunday School teachers in 1953. The Seminar is an annual function of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in cooperation with the Jewisn schools of Greater Miaimi. Grossinger Bar Mitzvah The parents of Howard Allen Grossinger, 5020 North Bay Road, announce his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Howard attends Riverside Military Academy. WWW*\*A-WWVi (Copyright. 1932. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) When Jack Benny returned this summer from a six-week performance an vacation tour of England, Scotland and Wales, he told me that he felt his success with British audiences was due to his radio broadcasts during the war years which were so well remembered there. This year he regretted that he was not able to visit Israel as he had anticipated. However, he said he hopes to go to Israel next year. Explaining why he has made the British tour annually for the past four summers, Benny said: "Nobody hates a full, uninterrupted vacation more than I do. To sit and do nothing for three months that would drive me crazy. This way I was able to work in leisurely fashion and to make my leisure more interesting." Jack will eat an egg sandwich when he can't think of anything else to eat but he will tell you that baked spaghetti is his favorite food: Prepare boiled spaghetti with tomato sauce, then melt a cup or more of American cheese. Add rich cream sauce to the spaghetti. Into a well greased pudding dish place a layer of spaghetti, sprinkle with melted cheese, cream sauce, repeating until all is used. Dot with bits of butter and bake in a hot oven. This dish is a bit different in that melted American cheese is used rather than Italian cheese. It is richer too. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT cuunr OF THE ELEVENTH JUUlCiBL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND KUR LWDE COUlNTV. IN bHAnCtHf. No. 153/89 FRANCEU SLlWINrtKI, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN SL1WINSKI. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN SLIWINSKl tow Atlantic M.cel I K• ,".i %  Connecticut You are nereoy notined mat a Bill Of Complaint lor Divorce has been lued aaainwt >vu, unu JVJ are required lo serve a copy of your Answer or 1'icaiiiiig to the Hill oi Complaint on UM plaintiff's Attorneys, MlcK9, HKI.MA.N' r KAPLAN, ..<) Seybold Building. .Miami, Fiorina, and file the original Answer or 1'leauing In the otlice of the Clt-rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of November, 1952. If you fall to do SO, judgment bj deiauit will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Tills notice -shall be published once each week for four consecutive we^Kit in THE JKWISH FLORIIJ1AN. DONE AM) ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this lath day of October, A.L). 1952. 10. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court beat) By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk. 10/17-21-31 — 11/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153813 ERNEST D. SIMS. 1'laintiff vs. CHARI/ITTB MARGERY SIMS. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHARLOTTK MARGERY SIMS 3201 Chestnut Dong Beach, California You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint lor 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. HERMAN COHEN, 1305 GongreJ* Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of November, 1952. If you fail 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 week* in THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 15th day of Ociooer, A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATJHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FE1GE. Deputy Clerk jt, HERMAN COHEN +i Attorney for Plaintiff M 1305 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 10/17-24-31 — 11/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 153814 CLARA BRODERSON, Plaintiff vs. BENJAMIN BRODERSON. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BENJAMIN BRODERSON Chief Carpenter C.S.S. SALISBURY (AV-13) c/o Postmaster San Francisco, California. 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 plaintiffs Attorney, HERMAN COHEN, 1305 Congres* Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of November. 1952 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 week* In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 15th day of October, A.D. 1952. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Count}-, Florida 1 (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk HERMAN COHEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1305 Congress Building Miami it, Florida 10/17-24-J1 — 11/7 %  %  ;VuUST BROS R> m



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MDAY OCTOBER 17. 1952 "V.ArtvU *e +.k*istrk>ridic%n PAGE 5 A tfr Force Enlists \\d Of Rabbi loses Mescheloff Mescheloff, ? loses Mescneioii. of Kh Lob Congregation will be "JuJS-day duty with the US Force at MacDill Air Base, Lrine accepted the invitation Sn,lGlennP. Nell Adju|nt General, who issued the call the n;.me ff Between You .and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Gale Steers Preparations For GMJCC Drive; Director Has Varied Background of the Secretary ol L Ajr Fi rce. fchaplain Michael D. Geller, of Barksdale Air Force Base, Duisians. instructed Rabbi Mesheloff in the details of his as[The Miami Beach Rabbi will Lduct the first.annual Religlus Convi cation for Jewish perInnel at the Tam P a Air Base Oct. ber 20th to 23rd. The signmtnt is in lin e with the Vwly established policy of the Force to conduct such rejious revivals at every base at last one* a year. [Rabbi Ml scheloff will be quarL-ed on the Base, where he will Jdress the entire personnel on, fhat The Jews Believe, and will et with members of the Jewj faith to discuss their religious [id personal problems. He will Iso lead formal religious servicduring the three-day visit. [Rabbi Mescheloff is scheduled i review the work of the Tampa Uriah Welfare Board, headed by abbi David Zielonka, before his Jturn to his duties at Congregaon Beth Jacob on October 23rd. Preparation for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Membership Campaign are in full swing, according to Stanley C. Myers, president, and Leo Sheiner, chairman. The drive will officially get under way at a Breakfast Kickoff on Sunday morning, October 26th. Organizing the calendar of acto invite the REPORT ON EUROPE: The American Government has played no small role in quietly forcing the Austrian Government to enter into reparations talks with Jewish organizations. On my flying visit to Austria and Germany, 1 learned a good deal about the close watch American representatives in these countries keep on th Jewish situation Their behind-the scenes action deserves the highest praise of American Jewry Here and there, one finds an American official in these countries who is not so friendly to JVjws. but they are the rare excepI tivities designed lions. One of these exceptions is the American Consul in Vienna membership of Greater Miami's who has acquired a reputation for going out of his way to make i residents, is Efraim H. Gales, exunnecassary difficulties for Jewish applicants /or American immiecutive director wiio was apgration visas. No such complaints are heard about the American Consul in Salzburg, who is very well liked and highly respected. American military authorities in Austria openly disapprove of the policy adopted by the US Consul in Vienna on the granting of visas to Jews. However, under State Department regulations, the Consul is actually a czar on such matters. ... It is, therefore, very unlikely that many Jews in Vienna will receive immigration visas to the United States, although quite a substantial number of them are entitled to such visas. Especially among those who for many years were interned as refugees in Shanghai and are now back in Austria. Consumptive Relief flans Smorgasbord [The Greater Miami Auxiliary, Iwish Consumptives' Relief Soety. nut last Tuesday evening the Sagamore Hotel. IMrs. Human Schoenfeld, chairman of the Halloween Smorgasprd scheduled for Sunday e venkg, October 26th, in the Roof larden oi the Atlantis Hotel, dismissed anangements for this eent. The committee in charge Icludes the Mesdames John LuIn and Joe Richman, co-chairpn. and Sam Kalmus and Jerry pnchei. in charge of tickets. IProceeds of the Smorgasbord fill ben< fit patients in the Tuircular Ward of the County spital at Kendall, as well as ^ose hospitalized in the nonctarian Sanitorium in Spivak, Worado. [Custom of the Auxiliary since inception has been to visit pgularly patients confined in the ubercular Wards of these local Dspitals and to supply them with cessities they may require. ase Chairman is Mrs. Maurey foncht-r. Mrs. Morris Goluskin, presient, and Mrs. Harry Siegal, ways nd means chairman, announce hat the local Auxiliary is going 1-out this year in a drive for successful affair. Program haii-mon will be Mrs. Richie Asel and Mrs. Dorothy Gilman. bach Center Pupils foin In Hakofos Fete The Modern Religious School, i'ill be the theme of the Seabn's first Membership Party Iponsored by the Sisterhood of "S Miami Beach Jewish Center, lecording to Mrs. Joseph A. Berlin, president. The party is scheduled for rtonday afternoon, October 20th, 1 : '5 p.m., in the Center Dining loom, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman |f the Piogram Committee, announces that Saul Rabin, education director of the Center Re?'ous School, will speak on: Re[Jgious Aspects Of The Center family. Susan Talianoff and Michael nyton will represent the youth £f the Center. Cantor David Silfprman will render musical setions, with members of the sisterhood Board of Directors rving as hostesses. Sisterhood Membership chairman is Mrs. George Goldberg. MISSION TO AUSTRIA: Jewish leaders in Austria were greatly surprised to see how easily—staying only two days in Vienna—I obtained interviews with Austrian Chancellor Dr. Leopold Figl, Vice Chancellor Dr. Adolf Schaerf and Foreign Minister Dr. Karl Gruber. The truth of the matter is that these top members of the Austrian Cabinet were as much interested in seeing me as I was in seing them. The subject which I discussed with them was whether they sincerely intend to pay reparations to Jews /or Jewish property in Austria looted by the Naois. From the talks I had with them, it became clear that although there is no unanimity among the Cabinet members on this subject, there can be no doubt thai a settlement will be reached with the Jewish groups. And this is what Chancellor Figl was especially eager to convey through me to Jewish leaders in the United States. ... It will not involve as huge a sum as the German reparations to Israel and the Jewish groups, but it will nevertheless run to millions of dollars. The method of payment will probably also be different from the only by Germany. The Austrian Government is anxious that the reparations agreed upon should be paid not to Jewish groups abroad, but to the Jewish communities within Austria. ... Its argument is that a substantial part of the Jewish population in Austria is poor and tick and in need of communal support. Such support can be given only if the Jewish communities have sufficient funds to conduct their social welfare work. Reparations, paid to the Jewish communities over a period of about ten years, will guarantee a substantial budget /or these communities for that period. ... In this argument, the government will, no doubt, have the backing of the Jewish community leaders in Austria. The advantage for Austria from such an arrangement is that the reparations will be paid in Austrian currency and will remain in the country. Whether the Jewish groups from abroad which will conduct the negotiations with Austria will agree to such an arrangement is a different story. These groups are The American Jewish Committee, the JDC, the Jewish Agency and the World Jewish Congress. TRENDS IN GERMANY: Talks I had with Jewish leaders in Germany established that there will be no more emigration of Jews from Germany. The approximately 20,000 Jews now living there are there to stay. About a third of them reside in Berlin, which is still in ruins. ... It will take at least 25 years to rebuild the devastated houses in Berlin, and even then the city will never look th same as in pre-Nazi days. Bu the Jewish population of Berlin is gradually beginning to adjust itself economically, although there are still many Jews dependent on the support which they receive from the local Jewish community M any Jews are again in business in Berlin and other cities in Germany, and quite a number o/ Jewish doctors and lawyers are practicing again. ... In Berlin today there are also a number of East European Jews who have made up their minds to settle permanently in the city. Most of them are engaged in business. There is a good deal of intermarriage in Germany between Polish Jews and German girls, with the children being brought up in a Jewish spirit. One of the most remarkable things one learns in Berlin is that there are in the city about 2,000 Jews who were hidden by Germans during all the years of the Nazi regime. Also that there are 1,500 Jews in the city whom their "Aryan" wives refused to divorce despite Nazi pressure. These Jews were sent to labor camps, but their German wives stood by them throughout and even sent food packages to the camps from the meager food rations hich they received during the war. The families were, of course, reunited after the fall of th Nazi regime, and both the men and the women are very religious. ... I saw plenty of blond "Aryam" women in Berlin synagogues on the Jewish High Holidays, following the prayers quietly from prayer books with German texts. pointed to his post early last April. Among the activities will be an Open House, during which persons of the community may participate in the GMJCC weekly calendar of events. They will be free to attend meetings and take part in the programs of groups affiliated with the Center, Gale said here early this week. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Gale is a graduate of Tufts College, where he received the AB degree in Social Science. He also holds the MA degree in Education from Tufts, as well as the MS degree from Columbia University's New York School of Social Work. As an undergraduate at Tufts, Gale was active in the Menorah Society, Varsity Club, Tennis Team and History Club. He also served as coach of the Tufts College Freshman Tennis Team. At the New York School of Social Work, he served as a member of the Student Organization Executive Committee. Gale is a' former member of the Boston YM ft' WHA, where he served as a volunteer and then as a paid group Wonker. He served for two years as**a group worker at the Hecht House, Boston; one year as a group worker at Bronx House, New York City; two years as a group worker at the Christodora House; and one year as director of activities at the Trenton YM & WHA and more than two years as its associate director. • In addition. Gale was executive secretary for more than four years of the Brockton YM & WHA, serving simultaneously as executive secretary of its Jewish Welfare Fund. And for a period of four years, also, he was with the National Jewish Welfare Efraim Gale Board, serving as field secretary in the Southern Section. As well, his record includes membership in the National Association of Jewish Center Workers and in its Executive Committee, past president of the New England Association of Jewish Center Workers and of the Brockton Social Workers Club, membership in the American Association of Group Workers, American Association of Social workers, Zionist Organization of America and various temples and synagogues. Urge Veterans To File Claims Here Miami Junior Hadassah Holds Rebotco Sunday The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold a dance on Sunday, October 18th, 9 p.m., in the Morocco Room of the Casablanca Hotel, announced Elaine Schwartzman, president. Name of the affair is The Rebotco, and highlight of the evening will be to guess its meaning. An added feature of the fundraising dance will be the presentation of a show featuring the star of the Morocco Room. Working on The Rebotco are Elaine Schwartzman, Jean Nevel, Ruth Dixon, publicity; Janet Sklow, Charma Cohen, Jo-Ann Shier, Anita Miller, door; and Doris Pearl, arrangements. Proceeds from The Rebotco will go to Junior Hadassah's children's village in Israel. Recent veterans of the armed forces, who may be eligible to file claims for unemployment compensation under the Veterans' ; A 11.r) av Readjustment Assistance Act of I P 1952 after October 15th, this week Young Adult Council Beach Center PTA Plans New Season The PTA of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School launched its new season at a Board meeting held recently in the Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, president, announced that plans were made for the coming year based on a talk given at the meeting by Saul Rabin, education director of the Religious School. Included in the plans are film strip machine which will enable the school to present Jewish holidays and history in a more impressive manner, a Library Fund to provide books for the Student Circulating Library, as well as reference books for teachers, the making of choir robes for the Junior Congregation Choir and a scholarship to award the outstanding 14-yearold student with a session at camp. The PTA plans to raise funds for these projects by means of a Square Dance and a Book Donor affair. Officers of the PTA are the Mesdames Hankoff, president; Benjamin N. Greene, Irving Firtel and Herman Mechlowitz, vice presidents; Raphael K. Yunes, recording secretary; Stanley Sutnick, corresponding secretary; were urged to visit the local office of the Florida State Employment Service and to register for work if they are currently unemployed. J. A. Bliss, manager of the Miami local office, which is to handle claims under Title IV of the Act, covering payment of unemolpyment compensation, pointed out that several conditions must be met before veterans can become eligible for payments. "This compensation is payable only to veterans who are unemployed for no reason other than that they cannot obtain a suitable job," Bliss said. '.'One of the first requirements is that the unemployed veterans be registered for work with the State Employment Service. Another is that he must be able to work and be available for work. Local offices are currently seeking workers for jobs such as aircraft mechanics, aircraft sheet metal workers, aircraft radio mechanics, upholsterers, aircraft electricians, auto mechanics and truck mechanics." Bliss also urged unemployed veterans to visit the local office and get information on how to Greynolds Picnic Guys Vs. Dolls is the theme of the all-day picnic Sunday which is being sponsored by the Young Adult Council of the B'nai B'rithYouth Organization at Greynolds Park. Commencing at noon, the picnic will feature softball games between the young women and men of B'nai B'rith, it was announced by Selma Rubin, Council president. Entertainment, including novelty games, will be directed by Irwin Goldhoff. Members of B'nai B'rith groups Who will be present include representatives of Clara Hirsh Landau, Sharet, Star Young Women's Chapters, Broward County YM & YW Chapter, Tropical Lodge and Sholom Lodge. Harry Brick, treasurer; and Irvestablish re-employment rights ing Lehrman, chaplain. under the Selective Service Act. Beach B'nai B'rith On Saturday evening, October 25th, 8 p.m., the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a Gala Card Party at the Allison Hotel. Co-chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Charles Goldberg and Mrs. Bernard Silverman. Hostesses are the Mesdames Sam Nudelman, Sam Pollack and Ben Reimer.



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^v O CTOBER 17. 1968 ^teflgifcH Ml >J7 PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... ediiors of The Jewish Floridlan are privileged b*nt I'IC follou>ina extract from the book curhpnia prepared for publication by Mr. Harry 'hnff author of the popular column, I'll Say. Othtons of Mr. Simonhoff's work-in-progress will there from time to time.) I, bus survived the hurricane and sailed into He took a chance, but his creaky vessel was in need of repairs. Hanging over the Discoverlead was some kind of a charge, which might have | tne cause of his flight from Portugal nine years r. JMBUS Joao II. a km 2 neither too good nor too clever, nbus had submitted the plan for sailing west to j)e east. The king kept stalling and sent his own Co find India, China, or Japan. The boat returned Its capain reported Columbus' theory unfeasible. tchool books still read that the future finder of a Cohere was riled and left Portugal full of virtuous f Actually, Christopher was not above pulling a L'ne himself. Those were the days when Machiafheld on to his city job in Florence, while coma textbook upon the prevailing art of treachery. Creat navigator might have left Portugal in haste, fardly in disgust at Royal chicanery. JOAO ead of arresting the Grand Admiral, Joao showhonor. Perhaps he understood the significance the magnitude of the discovery. This king had | showed a degree of statesmanship in admitting 0,000 Jewish refugees who crossed the Spanish It was a large number of aliens for any counabsorb; he evidently knew their capabilities. exiles might have proven a tremendous asset in sst colonial empire that would soon fall into the Portugal following in the wake of Colon's disBut the fanatic currents emerging out of Spain I overflowed the neighboring kingdom. iOEL THE FORTUNATE p:^ II died and was followed by Manoel, the ablest Portugal ever had The young king aspired to the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella. The ess possessed her mother's bigotry, but without brains. She might consider marrying Manoel, but [could a devout daughter of Spain breathe the at|here of a land jam-packed with Jews. If he exthem, as her parents had done, she would give hand and heart. Manoel did not relish the idea of ; a large population, who not only paid their way ^ere a source of future prosperity. He probably of the deterioration in Spain that followed the expulsion. But why not eat the cake and have He decreed that all Jews must leave Portugal ctober 1497 or become Christians. They could not because Manoel did not want them to go. No ^ls were provided for their departure. So all Jews I forcibly baptised and over night the Jewish probwas solved — maybe. A Christian problem sucfcd. • i SCIENTISTS he amazing discovery of Columbus stimulated el to action. Portugal had lost the western sea AMONG THE EARLY DISCOVERERS By HARRY SIMONHOFF lanes to India through his predecessor's myopia. But the eastern route was still untried. Preparations were rushed for a voyage to round the tip of Africa which Bartholemo Diaz had discovered and named the Cape of Storms, changed in Lisbon to the Cape of Good Hope. The recently arrived Jewish men of learning were called in. After all, these enemies of the living Ood had perfected the astrolabe for taking the altitude of heavenly bodies, and essential for navigators to deduce time and latitude. Undeniably, they were the best map makers to be found anywhere. P.,nee Henry the Navigator himself had summoned fie Jewish -cientists from their famous school at Majorca to start another college for seamanship in Portugal. The originator of Portuguese sea discoveries had made Cresques lo Juheu director of his Academy of Navigation at Sagres. ABRAHAM ZACVTO Manoel placed his fleet of five ships under the command of Vasco de Gama. Abraham Zacuto, probably the best astronomer and mathematician of Europe, gave instructions, to the ship captains in the presence of the crew. This Einstein of his day also published an Almanach Perpetuum, which proved indispensable to Columbus. On one occasion, this calendar saved the life of navigator and crew. The natives of an island had refused food and water. Columbus at his wits end glanced into Zacuto's perpetual almanac and found that a lunar eclipse would take place on February 29, 1504. The discoverer had a promoter's imagination. The Caribs were notified that he would destroy the moon because of their wickedness. The Redskins probably laughed. But their laughter turned to terror when the full moon began wasting away. The simple children of nature fell on their faces and rushed fruits, water, corn and meat on board. With the appeasement of the pale faces, the moon returned. VOYAGE TO INDIA At the southmost tip of Africa Vasco de Gama sailed boldly into the Indian Ocean. His fleet might have taken a straight course through the uncharted seas and lost itself in the Pacific. Fortunately he captured one of those Arabian dhows that waited for the summer monsoon to cross the sea for India or Africa. A captive was brought on board the flagship. He was white, wore a handsome beard, and yet there seemed something not quite Mohammedan about him. He turned out to be a Jewish ship captain in the service of a Moslem prince. GASPER JVDEO De Gama could recognize a good seaman, but also sensed his usefulness as adviser and interpreter. But to the superstitious sailors, a Jew on board was a Jonah, enough to sink the vessel. He was offered a quick alternative: the cross or the sharks. How a Jew from Poland ever got into the Indian Ocean is a mystery that has not yet been explained. Any Jew of the 15th century who chose the sailing profession could not have been very devout. The cross appeared a lesser evil than a barracuda; besides his soul was now safe under the baptised name of Gasper de Gama. Gasper Judeo, as the crew called him, became the righthaad. of his chief and exteremely useful in India. The pathfinder of a southern route to India returned to Portugal to receive the acclaim of king and people. Gasper Judeo went along. The importance of India was immediately recognized. An armada of thirteen ships was fitted up and placed under the command cf Pedro Alvarez Cabral. Gasper Judeo was given t.ie post of interpreter and appointed unofficial navigator and adviser to the admiral. If Gasper had a yen for Hebrew, he could now talk to the other New Christiana of the fleet. A storm drove the armada westward. Land was sighted in April, 1500. Some of the New Christians swam for the shore. They either jumped ship or we e thrown overboard. Gasper Judeo stood in with tl-.e admiral and became the first Jew in the history of Brazil. LORONHAS EXPEDITION A more important role was played by another Marrano. In Lisbon lived Fernando de Loronha, aiso knov. a as Fernao Noronha. He must have been unusual. Adventurous, wealthy and likable, the king named him "Cavaleiro de Nosa Casa". The insecure position of the ConVersos no doubt gave him concern. He sensed the importance of the discovered land to his fellow secret Jews. He therefore called a group together and suggested an expedition of their own to the new -world. Loronha purchased five ships and named one Judea — rather strange for an underground group ever ready to conceal their origin and ancestral faith. In southern Brazil he discovered a harbor and named Cananea. The young king evidently favored the settlement of his new domain with Marranos. He entered into an extensive contract with Loronha, setting out the ternis of leasing newly found lands to New Christians. They undertook to discover each year 300 leagues, to build a fort, and remain at least three years. In 1503, twentyfour New Christians built at Cape Frio the first fort in Brazil. AMERICUS VESPUCIUS On Loronha's initial voyage sailed an Italian, a crew member, whose name -will live until our p.ar.it is destroyed. A master of clear Tuscan prose, he described the terrain he saw in a letter to friends in Florence; ar.d following the fashion of the day among the learned, lie signed his name in Latin — Americus Vespucius. Why both continents of the western hemisphere, their islands and waters should be named after the Florentine Amerigo Vespuci, who had nothing to do with their initial discovery, remains a secret deeply embedded in the bosom of the Sphinx of History. Nevertheless, it is an outrage to the memory of Columbus. A WORLD MISNAMED But if the voyage of Lorcnha merited the naming ;f a new world, then the honor should at icasi go to the man who initiated, equipped, and commanded the expedition. The Jew's claim to naming the western world may be sounder than the Italian's. Yet fate had ^decreed that Loronha be the name of a small island off the coast of Brazil. Half of the terrestrial globe v. ill always be called America. >men's League Adds Affiliates Benjamin B. Wolff, presiI of the Southeast Branch of National Women's League, d Synagogue of America, visit Tampa and Lakeland Wooer 13th, 14th and 15th the latter city wHl give a ay Leadership Course to the hood there. An invitation to install the officers of the Key West Sisterhood at their Sunday Breakfast on October 19th, is next on Mrs. Wolff's agenda. She is scheduled to affiliate the Sisterhood into her fold, as well as that of the North Dade Jewish Center. Flagler Street Phone 9-3771 qrons 55th Anniversary Sale SPECTACULAR VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. SAVINGS UP TO 50% AND MORE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY! MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! BUY NOW FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS! Charles Liebman Will Speak To Hollywood Group Charles S. Liebman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, will address the opening meeting of the Hollywood Jewish Federation Workers oti Thursday, October 23rd. Liebman returned to the United States this past Summer from Israel, where he lived for three years and completed high school studies there. He is at present attending the University of Miami as a scholarship student. The invitation to address the Federation workers in Hollywood, which includes the UJA in its allocations, followed his recent address in the Hollywood Jewish Center for B'nai B'rith Yovng Men and Women. Monte Carlo Night Macabee Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will hold a Monte Carlo Night tomorrow evening, October 18th, 8 p.m., at the Tifereth Israel Northside Center. A Name Tc Remember DE-JAY CERAMICS. INC. MIAMI: 6229 N.E. 2nd Ave MIAMI BEACH: 741 Dade BKd. Ceramic Supplies School of Ceramics Call 89-6090 or if. 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PAGE 4 A *Jtist>Ftcrktein FRIDAY, QCTQM* T EDITORIAL A Broader Coalition Recently, Israel's General Zionists entered into negotiations with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's Mapai Party in an effort to broaden the coalition and to attain official representation. The negotiations broke down early last week because the General Zionists refused to accept 1he status of the Histadrut and were unable to attain a clear cut stand from Ben-Gurion regarding Israel's ultimate political situation. Apparently, the General Zionists demanded that an official statement be forthcoming containing a disavowal of socialistic trends in the new state. Regardless of our own feeling vis-a-vis socialism, we feel that Prime Minister Ben-Gurion had no alternative but to insist that conciliation in the religious, cultural, social and economic fields is currently most essential and that the time was not yet ripe for final decisions on capitalism vs. socialism. The Prime Minister is to be commended for his willingness to broaden a coalition which his Mapai Party controls by such a slim margin. Those who fear collectivist trends in Israel must not forget this. % Irwisli Hook Month Jewish Book Month will soon be with us again. Local preparations are already in full swing to join the nation in its observance from November 7th to December 7th. Those of us who spend every day of each year in readinq Jewish books, as well as others, regard the festival as one of American Jewry's outstanding affairs. The ever-increasing secularization of Jews here makes it imperative that we devote at least some time to the study of literary Arab Chiranerv The Moslem world hos'been extreme in its recent efforts to undermine West r "^ decision regarding reparations payment??! who suffered Hitlerian Nazi atrocity N?' 0 t>irn iirnm (K.-... less. ftlL-^' % %  ''live were they in their attempt to fifi possibility of German-Jewish negotiate* y H T^£*-* %  -ssr %  W4J& This latest Arab impudence may be on to the re-emergence of the ex-Mufti of iT "" onto the scene of world power politics HS unlamented Nazi Fuehrer's colleaqS k has more in his mind at the moment "than ?o T another diplomatic blow by financial ^5*L Israel. P-e^sure -| Actually, he is more concerned with h. • the flames of Anti-Semitism in Weir 1 proper. The ex-Mufti is well aware 0 (T*l settled situation in Bonn and understands J the reformation of Jew hatred there can ., 1 way toward destroying Konrad Adenauer' !t fort to maintain West Germany within the NAT? By indirection, the ex-Mufti is acting as HitV.l most sacred current agent. As usual the II are again the scapegoat. We can only Baud his knocking at Bonn's Parliament door wUI iJ answered by meaningful silence. The fact \Z\ the Adenauer Government recently found it 3 essary to "explain" the West German traveS regard to reparations in official Arab Leac'je newspapers, does not speak tec well for a near.. ful future. ^ A BAD BLOT — works by Jewish authors and on Jewish subjects. Sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board and under the auspices of the Jewish Book Council of America, the festival will reach into every sphere of life of the American Community. Colleges, universities, libraries, Spiritual Centers, fraternal organizations and militarv posls will all' participate in the festival. The Jewish literary heritage is vast. No leal complex and ever moving forward in quantity and quality is its contemporary expression. American Jewry will spend a most valuable thirty days in examining its traditional past and pn phetic future. Witnesses Give Facts At Immigration, Naturalization Probe; Ask Modification (Continued from Page 1 A) the commission calling for reform of the present Immigration and Naturalization Law by establishing a visa review board, by revising the deportation laws and by eliminating all disabilities suffered by naturalized citizens because they are not native born. The national origins quota system was availed as •racist" and "incredibly out of joint with our time" and with the hopes and beliefs of the vast bulk of the American people, by Rabbi Simon G. Kramer, president of the Synagogue Council of America, speaking for the Council and the National Community Relations Advisory ouncil Rabbi Kramer's statement denounced deportation as a punishment for crimes or as a penalty lor failure to remain self-supporting and concentrated its fire on various discriminatory provisions of the McCanan-Walter Act, which it said flouts the principle of equal application of the law to all citizens, native-born and naturalized alike. The statement also urged establishment of a visa review board and that the existing r.on-statutory Board of Immigration Appeals be made statutory. Representative Emanuel Cel]•, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, also urged replacement of the national origins quota system in American Immigration Law by a policy which will restore'"United States liberalism in the area of immigration and naturalization." Edward Corsi, New York State Industrial Commissioner and chairman of the state DP Commission, also struck out violently against the discriminatory aspects I the national origins quota system, insisting that "it must be junked entirely, and out of its ashes a new law must be conceived based on the idea of human (.quality." Commissioner Corsi told the President's Commission that such a new immigration policy "should be based on a realistic appraisal of the needs of our domestic economy, especially as it relates to the adequacy of the jabor supply in the present dei fense economy and in the forej seeable future." Specifically, Mr. Corsi suggest! ed that a new immigration law should embody the following principles: total immigration based US manpower needs and US capacity to absorb new immigrants; the major criterion for immigration and naturalization should be fitness of the individual for citizenship, without regard to race, color, religion or national origin; pooling of quotas and use in the future of previously unused quotas; preservation of the right of fair hearings and judicial review in immigration cases; and elimination of distinction between the rights and duties of naturalized and native citizens. Representative Jacob K Javits, of New York, called for repeal of jthe McCarran Act, which was | passed over President Truman's veta last June. He urged enact1 ment of legislation to permit the unused portion of one foreign naI tion's quota to be applied to oversubscribed quotas of other countries and legislation to admit 100,000 immigrants a year for the next five years above the current quota totals. A statement submitted by a Committee of Editors of American Foreign Language Newspapers attacked the McCarran Act for mortgaging future quotas of countries or origin of DP's admitted to the US since 1948, for establishing distinctions between the rights and responsibilities of naturalized and native-boin citizens, for "outraging" public opinion in countries of the "free world" and for "playing into the hands" of Communist propagandists. Urging liberalization of the immigration laws, the Committee said that if the quota law must remain on the statute books, a new basis for allocation of quotas should be established. In an aditorial comment on the commission's hearings, the New York Times urged Congressional action "to remedy the outrageous wrongs that, already existing in the old law, were perpetuated and intensified in th 0 McCarran Act." Our Film Folk By LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD—One Question 2.500 books published each year is uppermost in the minds of most people who go to the movies. It is usually the first question that pops up in any phone forum and it is the first question asked of motion picture writers, directors, producers, players, and newspaper columnists. The question is: "Why does Hollywood make so many bad pictures?" For the answer to that popular question we went directly to Metro Goldwyn Mayer's vicepresident in charge of production, Mr. Dore Schary. Said Mr. Schary: "This is in%  deed a very popular question. To begin with, let's examine the validity of the question. Hollywood— and by Hollywood I mean the American rnotian picture industry—turns out some 400 feature films a year. At the end of the year, the ten best lists from all sources usually name some 60 pictures as outstanding in these combined selections. "That means a total of 60 films out of 440 are rated good eough to be picked for various ten-best lists and we can assume, therefore, that 15 percent of our industry products is rated as 'good', successful in popularity and artistic terms." "How does that 15 percent stack up with other endeavors in the entertainment and art fields?" "There are some 200 plays produced each year," replied the MG M executive, "and if you will ; look at the cities' lists you will see that very seldom do they name thl ten best. As a matter Of fact, they usually wind up by Choosing four or five as top flight and during an entire Broadway season you will rarely %  more than 15 shows even mentioned as candidates for critical awards. This means a total of seven and one-half per writ. And this, may T remind you, is in a free, uninhibited field I believe you will rarely find more than 25 of these ever reach listing among the year's best. That is one percent. And that is in a field which enjoys even greater freedom less gamble .less inhibition than either stage or screen. There are, of course, other untold thousands of short stories written every year. I think we would be generous in suggesting that perhaps one percent achieve any real distinction." "And what about the hundreds and hundreds and more hundreds of radio and television shows?" "Their percentage of quality isn't even close." "You mentioned television, Mr. Schary." "Yes. I did. This is a new medium of entertainment. You may have already seen it. It is a sort Of bOX-Uke arrangement and you turn a knob and see an imagine and actually hoar people speak. It is supposed to kill motion pictures, do away with newspapers, Republicans and Democrats and provide you with the equivalent of a Yale degree while you sit at home sipping that wonderful Brew 102. The time will come of course, when this new medium and ours will find a common effort. Right now we are unable to see how this may be accomplished but I assure you we are not unmindful of such eventuality. Well, percentage-wise, we see the truth is that Hollywood doeant make so many bad pictures in terms of the normal average "! effort and error that goes ''"" imv creative entertainmSnt But beyond this percentage figure, continued Schary, "the fact <•that it is very hard to make a good movie. A good picture requ.u-s good writing, good acting, i'(iin) Hi,.,,„*; Of creative expression where the i *d direction. 8 d l! playwright suffers nnn ,w v. ... eoo.l .•: %  .„... u .. P'auting. Playwright suffers none of t he restucions that are placed upon mm in motion pictures." "What about the field of novel writing? "In the field of novel writing," Schary replied, "there are some Bood camera work, good scene designing, good trimming, good ed|ng and an awful lot of good ooks. The point I must impress upon you is that good effort goes into the making of any picture c^om,,hose tha, turnout to be" Austrian Papti I .mils Am I I i'siii (Continued from Page \ A) Nazi movement remaining ial Austria and that there is no ten-1 dency in Austria toward .neoNazi activity; 2. that Parliament! in voting for the legislation expressed the will of the Austrian | people; 3. that the policy expressed in the laws is in general accord with the intfi nati >nal trend j toward "moderation and peace* On the other hand. Der Geistij Schaffende, organ of the Catholic | People's Party, largest in the government coalition, published | article complaining that undo the amnesty legislation, which was vetoed once by the Allied | Council, the victims of the Nazis will be forced to fight for equal] rights with former Nazi mera-[ bers. The publication changed that! former members of the Austrian civil service, ousted by the Nazil who have been restored to gov-l ernment jobs, suffered loss oil rank, being given the positiosi they would have held oy 194il The Nazi members of the civil I service, the article underlines,! have continued to achieve P'0-l motions based on seniority anil hav e actually moved far ahead| of theijvictims. *Jenisitfk>ridiaf Published tvery Friday since U* *y The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. J Sixth street. Miami 18, F'ondi. EM tared at lecond.claaa matter July l30, at the Poat Office of MUjJJ I Fla., under the Act of March 3, The Jewlah Floridian has ao"" the Jewish Unity and tfe Je*"> Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tiegraphic Agency, Seven A-ti Feitij !" Syndicate, Worldwide New" •**•# National Editorial Association. A""^ can Aiaociation of English-i'*" Newapapera. Florida Press Anociiw" | FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pubiis u r LEO M1NDLIN Nwe Editor *\ OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-821The Jewish Floridian %  _, euarantee the Ktvhruta of the rhanillso arlvert'.sfrt '" It* g %  SUBSCRIPTION "ATES^ One Year ,,) Two Yea re ~ 1 ~ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17.. Hf I VOLUME 25 NUMBER*I TISHRI 28, 5713



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1952 *JewistiFk>ric0iiar) Molly Picon Views An Era Of Yiddish Stage; Alienation Is its Current Demise PAGE 7B "I will be dressed in black," Molly Picon said through the telephone. "You will recognize me that way." Mom< nta later, Miss Picon tripped gayly into the Delano Hotel lobby. The smile of her eyes is yet the smile made famous years ago when, in baggy i i> ;md a boy's cap, she l • the boards of countless thej the world over. "What is there to say about myself?" she asked modestly, and liatelj" launched forth on inius of her husband, Jacob ,. who had discovered her. Miss Picon much preferred discussing current matters. Last j was in Korea with a inj i Hollywood actors and 1 ling four shows daily. Her description of the experi,:. .'.. s -:mple and all-embracing: rugged. Yes, she said, she l.ec Mindlin and Miss Picon had pi.i med in Yiddish there. Since then, the red-headed comedienne has flown some 50,000 miles throughout the United States for the Bonds of Israel issue heie. "It's going well," Miss Picon observed, "but the western areas of the country are not as sensitized to the need of the new state as are the eastern. They seem too remote from the boiling pot l Jewish ideas." Inevitably, there was reference to the practice of calling upon non-Jev\;sh persons of renown to bring Israel's message to the country". Jewish communities. It seemed damaging to the Bond Campaign, for example, when the syndicated press recently carried reports that much of Alben Barklsy'a enthusiasm stemmed from the $1,000 fee he received for each appearance. "There's no point in theorizing on continued Jewish subservience." Miss Picon graciously said. flobbl Joaaoh E. Rackovrnky 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone $ 3595 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hv ou. reof rpnrd newt yu "H sava en a naw roof Utir '••atlafaetory Work by Exp.riancea Man" •M W. 23na AvaniM MMCNt 4 Mao "What does it matter, as long as we sell Israel Bonds?" Here for th e Sukkoth Rally at the Hibiscus Auditorium last Thursday evening, she was scheduled to appear that very night with Mrs. Moses Epstein, national chairman of the Women's Division, Bonds of Israel Government. "My act," Miss Picon said, "is the humor of Jewish life in all its facets including sad situations —portraits of the European Jew as he is transplanted in America and characterizations of his children sometimes alienated from him." The problem of alienation elicited from the commedienne a laughter-filled observation. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to a costume designer for theater people, Miss Picon explained that her own-Yiddish speaking abilities left much to be desired. When her playwright husband, Jacob Kalish, discovered and married her, they went to Europe. "It was there," she gurgled gayly. "I learned to speak. Now. I can send my Yiddish back, for all the good it does me. So few young Americans understand it." She glanced forward devilishly. "And so many older ones insist that they don't." A theatrical era passed in review as Miss Picon mentioned venerated Jewish stars like Maurice Schwartz, Joseph Buloff and Paul Muni. The latter two, she observed, are now connected with the English-speaking stage; Mr. Schwartz unfortunately finds his audience constantly diminishing. "It's the inevitable alienation," she remarked. Walking on Collins Avenue, Miss Picon, a vivacious woman above all things, stopped in wonder before a dress shop display, WINZ 50,000 Watts Soon Proudly Presents The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday — 12 naon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY 1. A Child Is Born 2. The Rabbis Corner 3. Life Ln Israel 3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humor 2. News From Israel 3. Missing Persons then moved on, speaking of the dramatic world in New York City, the city's increasing crowds and comfortless living facilities and her own appointment the following day with television personnel there. "We liv e in the country now, Yankele and I," she said, "at Lake Mahopac. It's peaceful there." Wistfully, Miss Picon, seeking the shade of awnings as she walked, considered that peace. Behind her thoughts must have been the vision of years spent on the stages of Europe, Africa and America, as well as that of her latest role: an Israel Bond saleswoman. — Leo Mindlin 200 Attend U of M Holy Day Service Some 200 University of Miami students attended High Holy jDay services at the Hillel Foun' dation here, according to an anI i nouncement made late last week | by the National B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. The announcement, which surveys the attendance of Jewish students at services on university campuses throughout the country, indicated that about 75 of them were turned away at the University of Miami because of inadequate facilities. Plans for a new Hillel House are currently being augmented by a drive for funds. In a ceremony here several months ago, Dean Charles-Doren Tharpe turned over the deed of a building site to Hillel officials. REUPHOLSTERING YOUR O R Decorator's Mfg. Co. 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1952 *Jenisl fhriJiicin letters To The Editor j?:litor, Jewish Floridian, Sir: At this season, after the clarion rill of the Shofar called on us i take stock of our shortcomings, it is high time that each ni >f US faces squarely a fundamental problem confronting our J( wish Community and ask s himself, "Why do I continue to dodge and evade my duty in the field rf proper Hebrew School education for my children? •Why is it that I. the child's nt. worry so much about his physical welfare; yet I am content to subject his mind and soul to the influence of incompetent, inexperienced individuals who owe their appointments to a variety of reasons connected with congregational politics, parental influence, or economy, etc.. but rot with standards of education and experience?" Incredible as it may seem, there such situations here in Great,: Miami that would fully justify Queries such as these. Of course, this condition is isolated at present to a very few instances, as by and large, the teaching staffs of most of Greater Miami Hebrew ;.:id Day Schools are composed t f able pedagogues, fully licensed f.nd members of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami. Inc.. affiliated with the National Hebrew Teachers Organization and with years of successful teaching experience, enjoying the respect of the community. The danger of entrusting the transmission of our Hebrew culture, learning and ideals to the] wrong hands may prove so) destructive and damaging that We may well be raising a generation of "lost souls". Now is the for all good Jews and true to come to the aid of our ancient hut ever-young Torah and its Way of Life. Who,, you heard the blast of the Shofar, it was at once sound' warning note and at the time calling on you to do thing to "make your influence ft It within the sphere of your activities. The Shofar called on you to strengthen the bulwarks rew education and to plug holes through which the evil waters of ignorance and ess are beginning to trickle. Here are some pertinent ques%  tions that you can ask of the officers of your organizations and synagogues: 1) Why should i teachers be "imported" from the North with Utopian promises of a so-called future, but with miserable sub standard salaries — only to bo dumped the following year so that a fresh batch of teachers may be again imported? 2) How can you possibly put some classes in the hands of youngsters whose sole qualification is that they, too, once attended a Hebrew School somewhere for awhile? 3) Is your child's Hebrew education so cheap i n your eyes that you can afford to "shop around" in the bargain basement of learning for this so-called instructor? 4) Why not strengthen the hands of the Hebrew Teachers' Association of Greater Miami, which is seeking to elevate the standards of Hebrew learning among our younger generation; why not employ its experienced, licensed, competent and respected members and thereby insure the preservation and perpetuation of our Torah and its people through proper, adequate education; and why not free these instructors from economic worry by paying adequate salaries as agreed upon in cooperation with the Jewish Bureau of Education? Remember that the quality of instruction and its resultant value to the young student are dependent in a large measure on the competence of the teacher and his peace of mind. These objectives can best be achieved by an ethical professional organization, and it was with this in mind that the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami, Inc., was founded. The Shofar has sounded its clarion call! What will be your answer! Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers' Association PAGE 9 B See or Phons Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 B'scayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Caterinf/ Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other aetaUs arranged for your xorm.i and informal affairs N PHONE 3-5463 "GHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS .._ 3.1986 *N w HJS^ CATERERS !" *.W. 7th St. Off Miami Avt. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Phono 9-2694-5 Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. 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Mrs. Dave Alper Beach Chapter To Hold Member Teas Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold their first in a series of Membership Teas on Tuesday, October 21st, 10:30 a.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Greeting guests will be Mrs. Dave Alper, vice president of the Chapter and membership chairman, as well as Mrs. Herman Stern and Mrs. Ben Lebow, chapter president. The Initiatory Team will include the Mesdames Ben Lebow, Dave Alper, Sam Pollack and Sam Nudelman. Scheduled to welcome new and old members is Mrs. Ida Optner, vice president of District No. 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Harold Turk will be guest speaker. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401 AL' MEIDENBERG, Owner MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. 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j A y, OCTOBER 17, 1952 Jewish nor/dian PAGE 5 ff >ir Aeliritie* At inter liranehe* I ,nd physical •ducattan T || age levels, .from 1 through adult, are planned at all throe p, rated by the Greater jsh Community Cenordance with policies I by the first meeting of •wide Health and j Education Committees, ham Cohen as chairnmittee heard proposi. tive tall and winter I nted by Abraham [ | Michael Mescon, L n directors of j n and Beach Branches, ectivi ly. h, c imittee announced that %  the branches will soon L n | nore expanded athletic fn for every age group, ley Barnet in charge of |jcii feature programs. of the Committee i %  • i the meeting were lik Abromowite, Dr. S. J. for, Stuart Winston, Shirley hctt. Bernard Weksler, Jack r. Ada Sheiner, Paula Orice Huberman, Burton ^man, Ann Newman, David nan. Abraham Cohen, Thel%  Michael Mescon, AbRochstein and Emanuel >e New Prayer >ok At Sholom imor Services ling persons attending the al Children's Hour during Kippur services at Temple Sholom recently, used newly-printed Prayerbook fourn People, whose compilwai the result of Louis Poka Congregation Elder. iting and arrangement of the was done by Sydney J. educational director, operation with Cantor SamKelemer and Rabbi Leon isr, spiritual leader. ing the procession of chori the more than 400 g p-. sons attending the serv*> %  %  Mrs. Lean J. Ell, chairoi the Sch-jol Board, and I: ng Kaplan, president of TA. %  Si Ima Uram, of the Conn Class, delivered a servith another rendered Janet Bernstein. Chantnusical portions of the re Joseph Murray and Lachman. Bruce Alex! •• w the shofar. ling as readers were Friedman, Jan Capland, Bushman, Linda Chisling, Si tt, Diane Fox, Ronnie [artz, Ronnie Fenias, Judith Meredith Wiland, David Alan Shevach and Gary Israel Bond chairmen and Hadassah presidents meet Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, national chairman of the Women's Division in BIG, at a Brunch in her honor held at the Casablanca Hotel last Friday. Some S22.000 in purchases of bonds was pledged, and a qoal of $175,000 was set by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah,, Shown above (first row, left to right) are the Mesdames Ann Alpert, Ann Weiss, Bess Gersten, Peggy Kaplan, Fannie'.Jfoi'bin, Judith Epstein, Evelyn Platoff, Freda Newman, Fran Sindell and Sylvia Goldberg. Second row (left to right) are the Mesdames Rose Kasow, Louis Falk, Clara Burstein, Manny Smith, Lillian Goodman, Henrietta Jonas, Ethiel Kaplan, Mqe. Weinstein, Elsie Alexander, Abe Greenberg, Frieda Kalstein and Ruth Bernard. tl T1 Singers Will Distribute Pabst Beer In Dade; Royal Castle President Heads Firm Taxpayers' Group Uahles Theater Plans Campaign *' ild ^mmmmmmm it.-( < nhvrg Join* rf> Heveragea iciated with State Bevtoc., distributors of BalAle and Beer, is Carl Greenberg. al sales manager of a % delphia beer distributing i 12 years until his arrived affiliation with State l ] some three months a>erg was active in that I Liquor Division, Allied h Appeal. '-' participated in the 1 Philadelphia's Downish Orphanage, the Tili Cerebral Palsy Group |Waa director of the DelinChildren'a Organization. rg's other affiliations Iota 1 the Police Athletic F iahi Temple and varI '• rnal and religious as|ti ns. fesidea with his wife, Syl[ ; ">il two sons, Monte and £>, at 620 86th Street, MiP>each. A new corporation will handle the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer distribution in Dade County, it was announced early this week. The new firm is known as Biscayne Distributors, Inc. Officers of the Corporation are listed as William D. Singer, president; his brother, Peter D. Singer, executive vice president; and Larry E. Singer, secretary a"nd treasurer. William D. Singer and his son, Larry, are also president and secretary, respectively, of the Royal Castles Systems, Inc., operating a chain of hamburger stands in South Florida. He is well known to Floridans and to the Greater Miami community, especially, for his civic and philanthropic efforts. Larry Singer is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a World War II veteran, having served with the Army in the South Pacific. He has been active in the Royal Castle management for the past six years. Peter D. Singer has 14 years' Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will appear on. Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum of the Air beginning Sunday, October 19th. He is scheduled to participate in the feature. You Ask And We Answer. Founder of a Psychological Clinic here. Rabbi Cassel was recently appointed to the Florida Psychological Association and is a candidate for the doctoral degree in Guidance at Columbia University. The Jewish Forum of the Air is heard over Station WMIE at 11 a.m. experience in the beer business and is also a veteran of the last war. As executive vice president, he will devote his full time to the new Pabst distributorship. The ultimate goal of the new firm is to make Pabst the topselling beer in Dade County. Ritter Levinson, membership chairman of the Miami Beach Bill Singer Pete Singer "With the terrific advertising campaign launched by Pabst in the Wednesday night fights on television and radio, plus the experienced personnel to service the trade, we can achieve this goal," Singer said here. William Singer expects to devote a considerable amount of his time to the beer distributorship, while his son, Larry, will handle the program for expanding the Royal Castle operation which is already underway in New Orleans and in other southern cities. Winter Schedule The Theatre Guild of the Cor, al Gables Jewish Center has anTaxpayers Association, outlined | nonced itg schedule of p i ays to be the group's first Mass Member\ presented during the coming winship Campaign to committee j ter season members last week, at the Monte | Jay Cone chairman of the Carlo Hotel. # i Guild which was formed some Appointed to Levinson's steertwo years ago, said that the draing committee are Charles K. m a, Power Without Glory, will Quackenbush, Charles H. Alcock, b e presented for four nights Arnold Levy, Dr. Sol Selevan, starting November 29th. Alfred Oboler, Arthur J. AugSpring Song will be presented ust, Larry Hoffman, Raymond G. I on January 24th, for four nights, Dulaney, Nat Hankoff, Louis J. j and Poppa, a comedy, is schedKrensky. D. L. Roderick, Henry j u ] e d for March 14th. E. Wolff, Albert L. Heller, Abe Bob Brenner, who directed the H. Mazor, Dr. Leonard. H. JacI last four productions of the obson, Jack A. Abbott and George group, will stage the entire seaP. Jacobs. son's schedule. Brenner's interA Taxpayers' Speakers' Bureau I pretation of The Jazz Singer and was also organized. Headed by Jack Abbot, it will help explain community issues to voters. Listed are Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, John C. Frazure, Jack A. Ablin, Ritter Levinson and the Association's president, E. Albert Pallot. Morning Star were recently hailed here. Menuhin To Appear Here In Concert For Israel Bond Issue Yehudi Menuhin, violin virtuoso and world-renowned concert and recording artist, will appear in Miami Beach on January 29, 1953, as part of a 15.000-mile tour in behalf of the State of Israel $500,000,000 Independence Bond Issue. During World War II. Mr. Menuhin gave many benefit concerts for the Allied Armed Forces and civilian charities. Following the conclusion of hostilities, he appeared in numerous DP camps throughout Europe. The artist's Israel Bond tour will take him through seven states and the District of Columbia. Seven Lively Arts To Hear Talks On Ceramics. Music Friends of the Seven Lively Arts will meet on Sunday, October 19th, 8 p.m., at 123 11th. Street, Miami Beach. Miss Lotte Weinsoff will discuss: Ceramics—An Artful HobPing Pong tables at the Miami by Miss Weinsoff was Miss What Branch of the Greater Miami j Not on TV in Washington, D. C, Jewish Community Center are and j s tne present art director of operating full blast presently by the Miami Beach Community youths and adults in preparation i Center. for the Center's Annual Table) Also appearing will be Mrs. Tennis Tournament, sponsored by ', Mildred Kuebler, poetess, lectur', er and world traveler, in a talk began last ion: Poetry—Music Of Literature. Ping Pong Tourney Begins At Center UoUlen Agent To Hear Ren lissen The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's Town Branch will meet on Sunday, October 19th, at 2:30 p.m. Ben Essen, Miami attorney, will be guest speaker. The Golden Age Friendship Club meets regularly on Sunday afternoons, with socials every Thursday evening. Hurricane AZA. Tournament play Monday and continues Mondays and Wednesdays thereafter at 7:30 p.m. Tournament chairman is Alan Greenberg. A recorded presentation of William Kapell's performance of the Brahms Piano Concerto will round out the program.



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ifcd^wii^tUBIiDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 SEC. B UN Board Acts On Recommendation For Establishment Of Bias Survey %  >. '. .V. Lrael Minister of Police Sitreel ftoft}, who will soon arrive in the knited States to take part in a nation-wide tour in behalf of the liaie of Israel $500,000,000 Independence Bond Issue, examines a ert of the Kishon River Project which is financed with procoecU kcm the Israel Bond Drive. Mr. Sitreet winds up an inspection cu: of industrial plants in Israel to prepare himself with on-thecl facts for his American visit. UNITED NATION'S -Crei Btion of a special United Nations board to act on reports of discrimination and mediate them with the governments concerned was recommended by the World Jewish Congress to the UN Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, which is currently UU >-ting here. Under the WJC plan, the UN Mediation board would discuss complaints submitted by UN specialized agencies or consultative organizations with the representatives of the governments concerned, or, if they did not attend, without them. The board would report its findings to the Economic and Social Council or its Commission on Human Rights. The WJC also urged that nations receiving UN technical asaid "equally for the benefit of all j th< ir inhabitants regardless of j race, religion or similar cliarac| teristic." A proposal that the sub-corn. mission attack the question of ; discrimination by making systematic studies of specific situations in the fields of education, emj ployment, immigration and oth, ers, was made by Moses Moskoj witz, representing the Consulta< live Cuuncil of,Jewish prganiza: tions. %' Mr. M&skowitz also urged that | the sub^comiflisslon determine whether certain articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the draft Covenants on Human Rights, particularly those on freedom of religion, communication and association, were adequate to meet the sistance be required to use this i special needs of minorities. Our Town To Open At Ring Theater Th P stage of the Ring Th itre will be converted into the town rt of a general survey of Jewh farmers in the southeast, was de late last week. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior! This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water ... and instantly the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A f roriutt d (rtWll foodi THi ONLY INSTANT COFFEi WITH THAT OOOD-TO-T Hf-LAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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FAGE 2 B >Jeist fkrkUar FRIDAY, OCTOBER n During — Fl.i£l k r-4*rnna<1a Hie Week .A I See It Pln* Affairs Harry Zide. B T LEO MINDLIU THE BONE CAMPAIGN HALF OVER [ QI Sukkcth Rail t \ Hibiscus A c;ght. Seymour B1 %  A ~ I see it. he stole the 1 %  ted 1 %  ^ark in terms of t I Actually. this was nc astonishing arinc-ur cementit is well kr.cwn among informed circles that siles h*ve fct->n less vslurr.-.r.;.i rear officials intieipated. Such a st.te c: affairs represents i great problem. The Campaign can hardly he exp.*dd to shew rr.ore enthusiast:; icrivitv during its latter phase*. Indeed, in :e:ms of practicality, the issue ought have baen more than half scld by now to insure against future slackening off. The Rail} %  I first ess Isri ?; %  -: c oacona] ehawrr.ai I th< W men's BIG '*s is tranpawnt Bad here Certainly. Mrs East %  Dear.— Raosevert's She tn rlarrtor Fl | r-Granada| unity Center, early Cen| .a! HalloEl aSatn "wntafc 1st I ._-._ Walter. R abloom as ttui| Zkta ii l thai E i by a C ,.-. rhi :et for a ts -daj %  '•-" will be awarded Other plantM I ...: %  : th( i.rection of MrsPan] Draixer. and the Sen. : T-.r-r. A-Group with Mrs. Jesse Freed as sponsor. Scheduled %  meet on Monday unit: :.-.ehainnaaship of Mrs. %  '..•%  .-'• -s reccntl} : 150 women at a thip Tea Highlighting, : _::'_.. raj ^ sx.: prcduced by. N!r; Phil Sch.ff Participating' were the Me > dames Sarr. K aar, Charles Adesaaaa, Harry Barak, Sol Alexander. Paul Drai%  7 -. rd Schae::'-.-.In charg. : refreshments w;th M E chairman, were Ralph Lang. Berry -is. Le-or. Bernard i and .V AH -. Harrj ED %  act :--: %  ?..-..: %  • rteaa %  .': : -v txt : --%  ... less undei an have other perse r.a.Mrs. Epstein spoke :n glowing terms, ci the Negev and the CCUF :! represented for Issael. An apparently worthless piecs oi ksstd :t was nevertheless withheld Tom inclusion in the partition plan by Wes-jm UN powers because of its strategic Buiiuaphical location. Only the bloody sacrifices of Jews ist —f wrested it from the Arai League. One can not on the ftce of it ascertain :: :.-.e then Palestinians fought for the Ne^ev because of their implicit faith in us yet undisccTered riches or if they sought to incorporate the desert area into their domain as a matter of principle In ai HM fact renaams that has I dmor C -: its sands %  %  %  -.. atal factor in the REPETITION HEAPS NC PROF.. :!.-"than s %  struat W Co UM West i ... -Cast i -• found, it at ven • %  :. : "... r.. -. What i-.z.zt: rze as most sigr.iiirar.: r.oweTer. was the inevitably repetitious pntsera all such addresses fall into. This is not a.z :; d;~ .-.•the merit c: Mrs. Epsteins ap^aarance here: it j merely meant to emphasize thj fact that, oratorical flourish apart, they are .-.eir to a singular and unfortunately congenital disease. ..-...:. I' r Israel A~ ha A..-Ebai : rmej Ami u '• -•. -•::,.-•.. : U tttr of LJ Solda N: : .criB Bud IsraeJ I : S I %  •• M :. s..-.£ -. -. -. M Ec-a.".: m.ir. :rres-It ci %  %  -> — --:;r. .r. ._.taae One eoold lnnllji have the :;—-:.:;• :. z : npam i .r • %  a I M BMTH ricusness But honest rtceliecticn and eTaluaticn will draw the ineTUeble cendusien that taey along with Mrs. Epstein, launched forth and rr:-;-: to a close their persuasiTe arguments in a p"-i^—— I Varying m de g ree s of factual information as opposed to sentimenta. reminiscence they ineritabiy trod the same ground. Thus. .nicrr-nately -J~ t response they elicited from their audiences wis =-=reiy trcocnal -epended m intensity en their specific social and professional stations and acted only in some vague fashion -. = :::;; :: their prime ?_:?:; — %  jfcftBtfaa In purc-asei. c: Israel Bcnds. 7"%  3uft I %  : n not EMOTKM AST PflUaCTlCALITT %  : WUhcut a deuit. it j m these trades and professoona. "" ; where tne —os: financially fertile areas lie. A direct a-crcarh ::-*i:t s-cp-r." :an alrr .JJmdiT.d-a. hsi: can d: much to catch up -mthe disparity between tin shave Jem: se-t :;r the expiration of the Israel Bond Issue and | i i i— i :c JT e ~ i' i.-.: : %  .. %  ;rattarj it p-C.i, :.i ._:i; %  ; • '"" asen S_: .a a '-" %  -"%  TTfrtnal for -•Lss I.rr.r S"*-"N --, -,.;: ; v -~" ;;-; _':_;';_ -y -J wy — SM r_--^ :-s-.---e z: Moaic w-e:r aha rtadtod v..EireZi mhnliti zsd Vedc RernVllT->rliiMil llo^islration On Scl". ". P: :: C mmunity Centei T sen Branch, will fcx gin n M -day Od The junior H icz boys and girls six Ive years of age '.r...~it:i :r. :ne *:'.'. tI -per\'.se<: clubs. Jewish and AIM I inn folk-lore. archery dancing, music, athletics and arts tnd crafts. The Town Branch After-School C: — rr.ittee. responsible for setting up and initiating this program. d e Violet Gelb, Chairrr.ar.. Gladys Ettusa, Maulda Graf. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Sokcl^ff. Sam Gertrr.an. Bertha Bogr.er. AdeMariar. Zarr.e AnB S %  Rena Rothman. Mrs. 5-.-:r: eld and Mrs Ostr:: %  Beach Chapter Luncheon Double Session Sunday ? School At Flagler vc-i^ru. : ;-r:;~-d -he Mer.de'.sachr. I—etcherr i.-d M-,-. Jong. >sMer plans i. Z.-Z.i -zs %  I —acheass. C Poller. ses s.;n S-r.d= Str.-7 : til5 Prairie Ave-.^ ;-n Ttaxsen October llHh, *M a_m The f^"^ / iftemoct. wtth Mrs Lefkiwitr as chairman Earlier us the day. the group's kin. principal Infort Board met at the home of Mrs. tton will include arts and crafts. Dznaax. She is the once oi Chnries Goldfaerx. 6r6 Pinetree dramatics, a oom a h a m and chortha Alex Van Stroatens 2009 IN Drive. V-:...-. ::r:r: M:ss S.e-er eppeare-s in Miami numerous occcsBess second sessson is scheduled : '..? :c 1 • jCs: I""* %  *• was i rr.. according to Bernard Vet"-^ =r -^ s: uur—c the Zionist km. principal Ini; rrr.il ^strucOtgunixahan s Installation laL <**; South Florida B'nai B'rith leaders meet at the Scrony H Miami Beach, to plan the annual B'nai B'rith Greater On Membership Campaign. Shown are (seated lei; to right) J. Kaplan, membership coordinator of the B'nc: B'rith COUIL of South Florida; Mrs. Sidney Suss, membership chairamj, the Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Women's Ccur.c:!, Mrs T Xatz. president. Metropolitan B'nai B'rith Women'i Com Standing Qeft to right: are Sidney M. Arc.-.c-.itz pre B'nai B'rith Council of South FloridcJuliu= Fisher, Ro Virginia. secTetary, District Grand Lodge No. ;. B'nci Sntl and Max N. Kroloff. Washington. D.C., nationa] direntu i Membership and Programs. B'nai B'rith. T.-.e South Flo. B'nai B'rith Membership Campaign will ex:e~z to D-ahil 16th. Teen Ajirrs Enter Football Tournf S : •; 11! :• cr. agers. composKnights. Pain ing r..r.T •..;.-. F tball Teams Beta Chi cr..-'; .\ZA I entered the Footb3'.; Exthe Key;-, r. Vikiagi 5aa travaganra d by the and Ha S Beach 3 IfiThe Tour:. inity Center, under way r. Sunday, Octal Entered :.-. tin aent are 19th. at Han :. %  .:-: Ga the el lor a, La:, era, begin a: I THE FINEST SOAP! 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PAGE 6 B rJenist ficridliari Federation Forms Collections Committee To Clean Up Outstanding 1952 Pledges Tne Greater Miami Jewish Fede:.:t. r. (."..ti :-.Committee, the direction of Sam A. Goldstein, i final phase .oiled 1952 pledg-. nergency needs and the growing needs of local agencii been an:. %  • by Carl Weinkle. presl I .'. re than 50 top community lead have v lunteered to serve the Collections Committee Leaders of Federation at the effort to provide $200,000 Luncheon who will participate FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 to safeguard Isra • economic disaster and to pi %  <65.000 families with : using and f r >od before the app : int< The concentrated drive in Gn Miami ;s part of a national campaign undertaken by the United Ji Appeal to .-• S35.000.000 in cash by Oc18th, at which timi I %  Nati r.al Leadership Conference of the United Jewish Appeal will : Id in W lington, DC. '-.••• nding this inference the Greater Mian.: area wi htman, Federation Sam A. Goldstein. Coll lions Chairman; Cherner and Harry Sirkin. mem: the Federation Executive C itteM and %  '•• Klass, ':' %  tion Executive Director. [ th< tl w-up in pay%  '. pledges during the past ei\ Federation has been ab.• fifty per cent ts tot r i national :ncludeci in its annual ..:-.-.. Weinkle said. C mmittee members working • -• cash-collection dnv e who turned in top pledge aiints include Herman Binder. LChaikin. Irving Cypen, Joseph Dallett. Joseph Duntov. Sam A. Goldstein. Joseph Mechlow, Muravchick. Joseph PosI Irving Schatzman. Max Bheinman and Meyer Teigman. More than 245.000 recent new:.-. the drive include Jack Ablin. J Leo Chaikin. Joseph Cherner, Ben F Danbaum. Charles Fruchtman. Lou Goldman. Emil Gould. Sam Heiman. Abe Kurman, Sam Lachman. Sidney Lefcourt, S. C. Levenson Howard Kane, Jack Muravchick. Max Orovitz, Joseph Rose. Dan Raskin, Win D Singer. Harry Sirkin ind Joseph Stein. Spirnucl leader. Cantor ana onou ot me Miami netrew bcr.col end Congregation as they appjj, ed during the recent High Holy Day services. Left to rigrd are Mark Steinberg. Harvey Meli te Me Win Brombier. Douglas Schwartz. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Alfred Meltzer. Rabbi Simon April Errol Gillis, Director David Kleber, Irving Kelemer. Matthew Becker. Richard Steinberg £na No man Classman. Plan Bock Month Observance \aiil< INirvin AM Vi President Of >ltel Assoiialion Gold Is Named To Eeach Planning Board Announcement has been made of the appointment by the Miami Beach City Council of Morris Gold, secretary of the Miami A f:\e--fjld plan for local b-' %  v ar.c c f National Jewish B.ok Dav 'd R Porvin. hotel owner Month was formulated it an orand operator and owner of the gamzation meetir.j f the Jewish Ocean Shore Motel, was elected Book C iiinrtt he Id r. October 8th vice president of the Greater MiBeach Apartment Association, to Sydney J ^Greenberg, of Tern' ;,rr Beach Motel Association.Jillmembership on the Miami Beach pie Beth AOIM, was elected chairman* f the Book Council : 352. Committee chairmen elected include: Mrs Joseph Duntov and Morris Horugbaum. chairmen of the Exhibits Committee: Beryl Morrison and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum. chairmen of the Program Committee: Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Miriam Sirkin. chairmen of the Radio and Television Committee: and Louis Schwartzman and Seymour B. Liebman. chairmen of Publicity. i \g the vacancy of Harold Can_ Ur who recently resigned be -pi nnin Board caue of other business interests i Goid a aparr.r,ent house ownin Georgia. jer and operator here for many Poi vin is also chairman of the ', years, is one of the founders of Good and Welfare Committee and | the Apartment Association and REAL ESTATE SIGNS OUR SPECIALTY PHONE 78-6085 fo.Kramer Sign* 179 N.E 79th STREET It Vl'iil Be Worth Your While chairman of the Advertising and Publicity Committee of the Association. Ema.iuei Seaman, owner of the Tropicana Motel, was elected to the group's Board of Directors. Robert Hutcheson. owner of the Rovern Motel, was appointed sergeant-at-arms. has been a member of its Board of Directors since its inception. wO£2 IVJCUST BROS R> 7 IS f .. l\l SI' The plan includes Jewish book __ exhibits at the Bay Front and Opens Huntington Inc. Miami Beach Public Libraries. Lewis B. Huntington announccomeri to Israel still live in tents as well as exhibits at the Beach es the opening of Huntington Inc., fend flimsy huts."' Weinkle added and Town Branches of the Greatprescription opticians, at 531 Lin"Although Israel has made deer Miami Jewish Community Coin Road, Miami* Beach. Huncided progress within the last Center. A city-wide forum will! tington indicated that the service ... months, there is the hard again be organized to review the of his newly organized firm is fact that the country is still gripoutstanding literary contribudevoted exclusively to eye phyped in a genuine economic and tions of 1952 in English, Hebrew financial crisis." 'and Yiddish. Forums will also Weinkle urged Greater Miami ** stimulated among individual pa.ticipants in the Combined organizations in observance of Jewish Appeal to pav their 1952 Jewish Book Month celebrated I sicians and their patients. pledges as soon as possible in this vear from November 7th order to meet the immediate thr ough December "th. tr.ergency overseas and in the The Jewish Book Council, unc -nmunity here. At a Big der the direction of the Bureau Gifts Luncheon last week, he and of Jew 'sh Education, will make Goldstein, mapped plans for the available to all Jewish organiza. clean-up of all outstanding tlons book reviewers and sug-. pit-ges. ; g ested programs and books for! r j discussion during the Month. Ra%  %  %  '' •' %  nd television programs will -/T5 **B %  a, -' ** sponsored by the Book i % %  I Council to focus attention on the festival. Miami Chapter Dance Members of the Miami Chapter. B'nai B'rith. will hold a d.nce in the Driftwood Room of the Nautilus Hotel on Sunday evening. October rWh:"-*:30 p.m. %  ds are fo: two hospital oriza tions. Builders if Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Represented by Simon Selden Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 NOTICE To All Persons Who Made Committments For Israel Bonds During The High Holiday Appeals In Our Synagogues PLEASE COME TO THE ISRAEL BOND OFFICE 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH or ROOM 1401 CONGRESS BUILDING. MIAMI To Fill Out and Sign Your Subscription Forms THIS IS NECESSARY BEFORE WE CAN ISSUE YOUR BONDS Israel Bond Office — 58-5561 9-2451 Gables Cafeteria SERVING HOURS —11 to 2 4 to 8 P.M. 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— w.r. • igistered Nazi Agent Thompson Working In US YORK aduate and a Navy veterhas registered with the Lent of Justice as Amerifcnt for the neo-Nazi group, which is considered the post-war successor of Hitler's Nazi Party. He has not notified the government agency that the party which he represents was supposed to have disbanded. In a statement to the press, Thompson "explained" that since the reported dissolution of the party, he has been unable to communicate with its leaders, Dr. Fritz Doris, member of the West German Parliament and a former Nazi, and Major General Otto Ernst Remer, who smashed the 1944 plot against Hitler in Berlin. "I believe they are in custody," Thompson said. "I certainly do not propose to desert these gentlemen. I admire the fight they have made for civil liberties." The agent of the Neo-Nazi group revealed he has informed the American Government that he proposes to continue his work and would like to know whether he must register as agent for any other foreign group. He described the conviction and imprisonment of Hitler's leaders as illegal and immoral and added that if Hitler were alive and in prison "I would work for his freedom, too." Mr. Thompson said he knew of no evidence of the existence in Hitler Germany of crematoria or of the mass killing of Jews, Poles or others. "1 concede there may have been excesses, as there always are in wartime, but those excesses were brought about by the treasonable activities of Jewish groups against the German state," he said. "Hitler's program was an expression of the justness of Germany's desire for its full sovereignty and the realization of its historical claims for territories which had been taken away." fewiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 25Number 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 PRICE: TE:N CENTS itnesses Speak Before McCarran Law Hearinq Leaders To Address I -ft Meeting few YORK (JTA) — A total of 51 witnesses were heard by the ent's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization during to days it held public hearings here. Of that total only two |d retention of the current immigration policy and the McAct, while the remaining 40 called for basic changes in the al origins quota policy, as in the McCarren Act. The fission proceeded to Boston i further testimony. fctor Herbert H. Lehman apbefore the Commission to hat the discriminatory nalorigins quota system, which rbasis of United States Im(ion Law, be "swiftly exId from our laws" and rewith a substitute system to America's needs and its pty to absorb new immiSenator suggested the eshment of a numerical total limitation such as 300,000 D.000 annually to be based |e needs of the country and bility of the prospective imInt to contribute to Amer! welfare and development than on the national origin world-be immigrant. In a of defects in the immigragw. including the recentlyM MeCarran-Walter Act, or Lehman include lack of kion for review of decisions hsular officials, lack"of adeI appeals and review procedure in exclusion and deportation cases, distinction between nativeborn and naturalized citizens, and retroactive deportation. ADL. AJC Stand Testifying in behalf of the AntiDefamation League, B'nai B'rith, and the American Jewish Committee, Lester Gutterman submitted a four-point program to (Continued on Page 4 A) Newspaper Lauds Amnesty Laws VIENNA (JTA) — An indication that the Austrian Government has not dropped its intention of pushing Nazi amnesty legislation through the Allied Council was given here by the Wiener Zeitung, official newspaper of the Austrian Government, which defended government espousal of the legislation as justified. It advanced, the following reasons for adoption of the legislation: 1. that there is no official (Continued on Page 4 A) N Assembly Opens; (rael Is On Agenda 1ITED NATIONS (JTA) — The United Nations General Ast.v opened its seventh regular session her e Tuesday with the hlsrael issue as one of the questions on the agenda and with tne gg bility that Israel may be elected to a vice presidency of tne holy, srael Ambassador Abba Eban, permanent head of the Israel lation at the United Nations, ^^^ j n the light of the resolution of the United Nations" be discussed at the Assembly. Ambassador Eban then requested that the violations by the Arab states of the armistice agreements concluded with Israel be taken I Foreign Minister Moshe up Mt may come to the United \ American Ambassador Ernest s in November to particiGross one of the US delegates Israel's Minister Of Justice In USA For Confab NEW YORK — Haim Cohen, Minister of Justice of the State of Israel and the new State's first Attorney General, arrived in the United States yesterday for an extraordinary seven-day visit to confer with leaders of the United Jewish Appeal and to address an emergency two-day UJA National Leadership Conference opening tomorrow evening at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. The Israel Cabinet officer, who will address more than 500 outstanding Jewish communal leaders, is scheduled to submit a special report to the Conference outlining his country's grave need for added financial support with which to accelerate the settlement of its immigrant population and the development of its economic resources. Mr. Cohen, who entered Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's Cabinet this past Jun e to release Mr. Dov Joseph from twin responsibility as Minister of Justice and Minister of Commerce and Industry, was met at New York's International airport by UJA General Chairman Edward M. M. Warburg and by Jack D. Weiler, chairman of the Appeal's current emergency National Cash Campaign. ned to the United States to^fter visiting Tel Aviv where onsulted with top governleaders on major issues F will arise at the UN Gen| Assembly. It is expected Foreign Minister Moshe in some of the deliberations %  Assembly. ^mally, the Arab-Israel isv as not included on the a prepared for the Assembly, .fever, at the last moment, jbefore expiration of-the 30t deadline for submitting itthe six Arab states repreat the UN asked that the of the "Conciliation for Ratestane


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FACE 8 B *Jmistfkr*ti3r FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17. 19S2 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ,-"WW ^-T^-V^V^—V. r..,.. Saturs are s TEMPLE ISRAEI %  :3C I and & Bl J B iaff* dtoD ----:' .. S •Ve.r7; taembc N_7 %  3thog sen I I -. ISRAELITE CENTER a-i r F 1*3 .%  i n.. Sata nting servan ^ for 9 ^ m %  ^ '*L; K *: 5;; ; :.:ed fcj Sba Sendee %  %  • SCBU1 AC KDEMY F idaj nnniag larvke g at 5 3C Sat ;-t • : v %  Sra i S -. • • F S r. s • i rER s '. S ; ttv -y G. %  =. Ml and Mrs %  ; mt" 1 1 Mn Max Sobel %  %  UL c ;A sir5 JEWISB 7 7 VTKS 7 rVf"iag %  %  M Skof ffw-tftiwg : W.-rlc Ne; Abt _: News Caata EU r%  ire m arith the %  • : :" Gee, • %  %  {LEAHMIAMI SPRINGS tfUNJTY CESTER %  •... :K led Reverend Leo Heirr. ir. Friday evening services pjB Nonaaa Ljraaa mil H tpeairer Saturday ing service* are scheduled lor 9 a m.. when Stephen, son of 1 Mr ar.i Mn Alex Kessler willbeccme Bar MHzva • • • TLVPLE BITS SHOLOSl vifi ... Fridaj t e eai i I IS p Rabbi !_-. K. ::...-•-_ an Tbt pnj Ot Genesis Saturday I 1 scheduled -! Canu: Si Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory = ?-.r I : SHOPPING AROUND 3E WITH %  I th St.. MB %  u j — Se' "* -. -V ..•.--.t %  A %  5ri." V J-t: m Sc>K r --.. • %  N.--:s-.-t -i SI -~t — r t .-* %  • S %  T -*ti-l( N V_ .\e>: vi, I Wniun. SW :"•* St, M .-. -; i-it t ". C>J* A. JUBT-I SM.'t r ; .-1 %  \'. %  r... Mc the BBtaica] -vrvicei. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB will h.->ld Friday evening -.> ;,: 5 H p n Saturday rnng services are scheduled Ite i 30 a rr-. Subject of a ser:r. : r>? ielieerad ry R^roi >•! sr< MewhtloH .; There Is Alwajn A Begir.mng. Cantor Aaron Weir.garten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior Congregation services will be held in the David Whitman Hall at 10 a.m.. under the direction of faculty member Benianun Ka.-r.er.:tzky. A Kiddush and refreshments will be under the auspices of Mrs. Joseph Brenner, hostess Mute ha is at 5 30 ? BO followed by Shales Seudos. Rabbi Meschei.f: .vill discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • COS GREG ATI OS BETH TFILAH will bold Friday evenin; lUViLej at 5 45 p.m. Satur. tenrieaa ire sched? >3 a rr. when Rabbi -.v.ii discuss P ri B Disharmon] aril] r^ :-.? <^: r .: : r.-^ ser: 4?: ry Molly Picon, star of staqe. screen, radio and television is bid farewell by Charles C. Goldberg, general manager oi ;he Delano Hotel. Miami Beach, following her stay there. Miss Picon was guest arast at an Israel Bond Sukkoth Rally held in the Hibiscus Auditorium late last week. She shared honors with Mrs. Judith Epstein, principal speaker and national chairman. Women's Division in BIG. ASVtSO* ON iEVHSM OOOMAAINO la -*.-_ %  Men Many Iwad '-'--i the -" .".-: al *ttogether > is i AT i .: .: it Maxwetl House 7 7 E I of the ;... W:J I 7Last 7 -. : MAJCT.. H. .7X : %  -S r rr. fall as Sbal 1 Scad %  and Maaiiv at 7 30 a.m.. -' -" 1 • • • 7 WTO I v s T V AGOG ITE t ay evening services %  %  ; -. 3 30 Rabbi Aryiab • %  • ..: P MiD• : Kidduse and S ~: Mr wmi -• nedinas. Daily H • • • :rr = r7^ tSM i£i '777^%  K %  --•Maxwefi Bawae ts pace Wars eatertaaaaac or fc ^ ^^ ^^ mmt tcgmom ^ a x % %  ^ M y serve There <* > vssae fha o oe d grocad orff•rv bkstae: Ma.\ %  7?. t^.f everraaK hand 1 er roii want a (bad can at caf t .jc t mrarfc c efioct. SH 77V•; r -1 I Soi -a Suac • • ;—r BUiauej 7 iar ; ---1 : I 7 caaaraaaa 7:._i ., : ;._ .'•Oawat ^-J:: Mr .-.; v I (bear V 9 a.m.. Saturday, followed by a Kiddush. Mincha is at 5 15 p.m. • FLAGLER-GRASADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CESTER will I hold Saturday morning services at 9 am. Daily services are at 7.30 s rr. • • • AHAVAS ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening [services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 am. with Rabbi Isaac Ever discussine: Creation Of The World Then And Now. Mr. and Mn Mitchell Reiner, :n celebration of their anniversary, will be host at a special Kiddush. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shales Seudos and Maariv. • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYS A GOGL'E will hold Friday evening services at 5.15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8 am. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shales Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ASD COSGREGATIOS will be led in Friday ever. ices at 5 45 p.m.. by Rabbi Simon April. I services are luW I r I M 1 :• with the Rabbi's subject: Prayer Or.Sacrifke—Which: A Miahaa class ->-.be held ^: 4 30 p m with and Maariv the S. ; Keleaaei aril] rcni t : :~e Bauaical portioBi : l Oprn School Huildiiiju At ll.-lli Dvid SynaoHe : ek nej in >. this S %  -; '^ S 1 -> in. • Gadoo Tk+at+r Project To H* Headed Ra Mrs. (mmimsboro Mrs. Sally Gauisboro has been appointed chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Theatre Party project, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Fund Raising Committee. Mrs. Gainsboro indicated that the group's first theater party will be held on Tuesday. December 2nd, and Wednesday. December 3rd. at the Ring Theater. Featured production will be Bngadoon. by Allan Jay Lerr.er. with music by Frederick Loewe. LEGAL MOTICg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERKl-V ::N CM ur.-!ricned. .1e.> nnr t. -• sxgr %  Bder thr '.. • l-AUM HARiK'R APARTMENTS : PAI.M HARR..R H.'TKl. : w: iu> Harbor tT.vr IjUnd.*. rtorida. inr•%  I : %  It IN %  • A -MICHAEL rLEAH LATTON UNE % % % %  tS k >VXBR A MANNHK I r y. j • mrh r.orida : ::-:-:'. — :: : NOTICa INOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV UN* GALORE u S %  k -~ .M r -r -' taid nmi I .... STVART .%  I WANT MY MILK Dov Ctsapter Shower ; it the Bet ir_i F MM rn Israel. %  aaete:-_ FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin ~D~ MUt "Milk Produr-j Dae Ptt H e cte d ret. 2-2*2' Greater Miami tMN**9 TUt Osr Farm at



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PAGE 2 A >**i*frR I up I i ielegai %  ; : | : ;. thl ) H 11] l< ... II B lit % %  ". Sabbath and acquii < a rganizing th* Institutes for their resr ITM pi gran will < :>:>: : an ter, Z I s N th ish Cent K j '.'.' si C Itiil sain To Head Moil! i i-'lli Mrn Temporary ::. • ted to head th,. new Men's : -. M • gregation. according I n an--"-s ocemeat ea i this week. og Lehrman on: Th -. M „ Balsam is Club ; C : Thi Sabbath Songs .. I M:'.S: : %  ; ,i. n .d Mrs J.-.-s sta| musical lireel Beth David Synag gut Three Traditional Sa Dishes schedi i %  • tion bj Sisterh ting • Mes S ikoft f North S Ci %  :: %  I Mi s F -'• :.:• and I %  %  West Miami To Present Frolies C ntuM nta] Frolics will be %  %  er 1st. at 1 Men's tertau %  • i f uckets k at Otk • clude MilI n H rnstein, vice president: nd Ma< LasM .. M cretarj -l urer Alsc app inted ti i ;anize Club • Joel Miller, i mmittee: Lou and W Manny Arh : Com. nd Ben Gens ft hair::ee. Th Men's 5 scheduled 1 Wednes U< Park C Dg i Id .1 Breakfast 1 S I Ladies Auxiliai > for World IwiMfMcS "MEMBER OF B'NAI WAY WORKERS iTZi SPECIALIZING* Hotel Maids "I ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. %  „ A V •*"' Nc C "*' to bJS Tropical Lodge and Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith, rehearse their Serenades for the Annual B'nai B'rith Membership Campaign which will get underway at an Open House Ranch Party tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m., at 1636 SW 9th Street. Seated 'left to right 1 are Anita Cogen and Sylda Botwin. Above are Larry Niditch, Lorraine Kohlenberg, Dorothy Bai, David Teitel. Co-chairmen of the affair are Miss Cogen and Erwin Goldhuff. S. J. HEBREW BOOK 417 Washington i| Miami Bttdt Between Fourth and M Hebrtw Religiou, j, For SynajoguH m Use. AlaoiorHakml r*~p* •* ^ -*._ Taltphona S-tUj 35C Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-S419 Entrance or Washingtor AT*. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles Present Zionist Youth With Silver Spire Box 3reatei Mi Z nist %  < .: With .. silver spice box I Unit of Junior Ha.-.. at its .pen-.r.meeting of th< announced Harry J. Sonz. chairman. Dr. Kingdon Speaks Dr Frank Kingdon. radio cornlecturer and world was guest of honor at a dinner given by the Professional Division of the Greater Miami % %  I r Bonds of Israel nt last night, at the Delano Hotel. Ettie Kay Opens Shop In Coral Gables BIANCHI-THORNTON CO. Sound BVSURAXCB Friendly SERVICE Ettie Kay. formerly of Kay's Presentation of the spice box Blouse Shop, has opened a Womwas made by Elaine Schwartzen's Apparel Shop on the famed,, man. president of the Miami UnMiracle Mile. Coral Gables. TypI iJi, Jun lor Hadassah. the Young ical of Florida, the unique lightWomen's Ziwnist group. i| sponmg effects created in the Shop give a patio effect and add to the ease of buying in comfort. I sored by the Youth Commission. Israelite Center PTA Presents Tableau The PTA of the Israelite Center will hold a Membership Reception at the Center School Building tomorrow evening. October 18th. 8 p m. A Children's au will be presented, featurn parade MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. p 1 .3*38 Hoffman Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Essie Hoffman, formerly of 6456 SW 10th Terrace, will take place Sunday. October 19th. at 1.30 p.m. Rabbi Morris A Skop will officiate. Mrs. Hoffman is survivi I by one son. Louis, of Mills five grandchildren. M nument Company • nd relatives are to be pi NOW LOCATED IN THE NEW PAN-AMERICAN BANK BLD& 150 S.E. 3rd AVENUE ROOM 17 PH. 824011 NEW MODERN STORES for Rent B? Miami Beach Boat Slips Now Offering for j*s rent store and office space adjacent to our 2 yard on bus Y P^dy Avenue, Miami Beach. 3 STORES 20x55' SI50.00 Per Month 1 STORE 30x55' S250.0C Per Month ^Suitable tor — Gertman Unveiling The dedication of a monument mory of the late Paul an, formerly of 5920 SW 12th Street will take place Sunlay, Octo'oer 19th. 2 p.m. at lit Q. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max ; i Shapiro officiating. Mr Gertman :i is survived by two sons. Dr. Sam>l£ uel Gertman and Isidor Gert^g ::•-.--.. both of Miami; .also four ? S grandchildren He was a member ; : I the Miami Jewish Community J* Center, the Golden Age Group jgg and B'nai B'rith. Arrangements j '•'S ., Keof Palmer's Miami I %  •' -:,nds and • artnd showrooms, offices, scies agencies and manuiactuxinc. Ver/ radio, plumbing, etc. service desirable for electrical light and MIAMI BEACH BOAT SLIPS 1928 PURDY AVENUE TeL W385 See Mr. -Thompson Ji| Seliken Unveiling it monument :••: s %  ','. %  Sun' :": t Mt i'fci : •::• Mr. sei^•eska. one son and three da >* ten all of Russia. OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE I> Jewish Funeral Sent Nothing can take the place of a thorwfl knowledge of Jewish religious traditioniM ducting a funeral sen ice that is correcting particular. Through many years "of faithful ,nice 'j ish families, we have gained this all-imp experience and understand 111 2. The resp bility to conduct even.sen ice correwj" with reverence, beauty and ^ i § ni ^JJ f tf reservedly accept and honor as a sacred £ Free Parking % | iversirt 'Memorial ChapelLOCATION %  c ^ £ eha S lkm Prof T n ^ i Sobel. Dr. Emma Aaronson: and liS2 n c P h ews CarI Ja w and, &f ..Alex Selkm. all of New York te'-iSZ!?"??** are ln char 8* of (raimers Miami Monument Com• pany: friends and relatives are .*ked to attend. 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'PAGE 6 A FTO>AY, OCTOBPR Pledges Fight Far -recent Law. 3_TTAi_0 JTA — ?res_d-*a: T—:—.._r. a speech cit-fc.ii 1 ~g :: .' %  IrJirrir-'ft'i.trr -r-_:' -:%  A:: -r-^: ta_s ?-;•. ftK _aaeirr. extract-on and :*.••• Mr T^-ni^ j.i_ : that arter W %  • a Investigate Anernaeh Case Again .'. A — r 3vir-.ir ?i: i-r-: : lac : .. J • tae IT* 5i-.iT.iT. ?.= J:.-.-..: : res-— -T-. -— -..-: %  ; rhric anirt i i — it talk %  rr.pl rated' hu :pressed :;a He %  Pocap "-id "T Sai thai I : a ;"-:.the : %  .-.:.:-. :. •:. Hadassah Officials Feted At.Brunch Mrs. LTJ We-astein. pres-iefxt r-f ta* G Teaser Miami Chapter of Kaia-sah aad Peggy Kiplaa Hadassaa bond c_r_baator. were c:~hos3esses at i bruacr. held ia the R-ya. Pais; _a_s Weoaesdav Invited r-ests -achaded all Hadassaa :->d rhairrae-re—chair r_en and pres_de_rts. These were R:*ilir-d Kle_-i -.l..ar. Goodman. Frances Lea % %  Ve-sdaraes W-.ll.iLe-e AM _reer--*rg Fr.e-da New—_a Fre-_ I:?.*-. E-S-e Aiexaader. O. S.a.e.; ..*eph Gcidberg, H M -_a=-aa Maaaaaaei FT.M. Kalat rat trwi. La* Maiuaei -.-•:*-E-.iT._i. Srr.t1Fit .'i.* 3er-nir_ HiPlet-.?. : -?-Saap.r: ia. Ann Mrs. Harry Gerstea. cr. airman %  ".-=.-s !.•-•. -. 5:._r 1 .---Bonds. %  %  atti Plans f:: Hi.ii^iT 3:oi M:^-a. •_-. :-. fr_i S:>i-x: Beach Optical Senrice Opens Salon Per Individually Styled *.v-c W_r.;•.'. r.ada____i Hi >^" -HBI i : : SI': !v: :J r_:: £._: M To Release Frozen Arab Assets VVTTri SCATTOKS V ; — Tl t I': NPaWtmf 1 ...i-. :C --.:-. its e-farts : re. ___ %  %  :--•. .-.-.: : the A-.: r cfiaK*traa. PaleaI Lsrs -.:-.z %  %  -. i firs: ent oi :. L -— -_._.-. ; -. "... ;.:.:; %  ,. -,.._t: ; .; ;-.i.. Italkin To Speak At Ere S*rrie+8 Z.:-— .' 3ilx_T. tlw Pk rasa XHec flnii ITrfaaaa :. r. ^fir.t :f 3:;. 3 :.•-.-_ -nil •peaxe: ;: Sa:%  aj -: f Taaapla ETT_T.-F_ Pt l_i_:r:.i;r S-r.r:: :'. 3i.£_r. s i3C.-r;j _r_U ^e B aa. E-.— :>j Years Of Sernce. ?-i::. N-i.--._5 Rar.a: %  —. -z.. -.:_. Iri_r: (toldmann >ees Bonn Approval Soon •. si > Sakaa • %  •.-. ;•'. = :•i. Cia : _. i In .: I--. : .-: _::.: D ?_:: --.:.r-_ : %  ; •_~x-r. -ix: r.-.v _ra_ _-___* ri*Tr •_-..xae CanKtavar-i Beth Sholem Sisters Hold Wednesday Teas --T T*_r.pie Be*_Sbohaas S-Ti_ood :r. October 22a_ =: P-ai_ _:. be Hat Mesdarr-e* I A KB F_ Mertrer. Hern \V__:e. ?. Vcllweiler. of Baach Optical ServKe advises two clients r= the choice oi indiriducdly-stylec b rrr.es in tin PEBBJOT. 5C_O_; of his farm's new offices at 3AC l.r.rob Rood Tkelr recent change of quarters personalities." he expiated "& tc new and **** !" *!*** • 'pert adihce is J^,' Meaxaa-ae r^cor at 550 Lincoln nur 9amitiMI „ nand,t R_ad -s the result of Beach Op~_/^ %  *" iRd •_;il Servxes pohcy of service. of "**^* ? ti; Peteserrrteagr an<_ expert workman, "^ P*C F = -.: | t-r__HB-*el_ Beach Opr::;: tuadlei e-e B*.:r. Optical Senice has addprescription---.ented by ad a aaa_a-- Jeaa-are aa tiaair laUat -he use cf ~ -. scientific e-: iwalim their Quiprr.er.: IT. •.-.—.is % %  _'. capable large line f.-i.-nes is technicians -.-..-. experiaa Optical Bar. Set out as a *nce. JaBamler added The Oj. .-. Sil-r^.:-. Op-.cil's tical Service %  -rs a comclieatelc rr.ay now choose a frarae P' ete hne of rfaetlai, foldiaj tar every pe.-scaa_i:y. said Water spectacles, hraonil-n and sua P Va-hnalar. owner and Miami glasses. Beach opt-coan for many years. Smce they ha .Lhea Dwncom. "Near oar clientele can enjoy pletely equips; laboraiory, eye comfort and be assured of Beach Optical Service can de%  ttraet_va and individual styles liver rapid _a_d .-•%• servbes* su_-ed tc therr fearures and ice by phorur.^ 5-5419. French Jews Fear .* Lamv ?AJ_L5 VK5 — A ;..-_-,;. .ramect :. i mrtau HM ".-%  %  "_ %  : MB] -.• .i c?_rt^ B| z^r~ saaers •----._-.-.._-. r.ia:*. .t was iisci^sed nere by = reaV -r .r-r iT.-..-i_rr. ;__ _f ;:.:>: :-. Par__*--.#a_ w-u_d .-. -it •. _saad_ .: ."r-i _-_ %  i.-e aal ca_aaai •__ aaaatry The ; se B| aaaaad tbc Preao. Maaaary :f Coen-aerc* one of _-r._ac .-•Bsaaea raasatl] -taaad ..-. tae -paras-t* rae—haau" a a a a Blame Fjgvpt For Mine Explosion --A".:v ;TA — ?.e-s-;.:ai.:_:y : r ta* e-r-.ws.-:r. :'. i ----_-. __e Necev &.>___ cf Khaa Yruais. was _a_d :r. Esypt a; -..--e _-:irl-E-T?*__a V.x-AnaJatiri C---__..r. this week. "-rnrn-niMa-ai aaac atgai HM -^yptaaai %  a-aa g.-e.ter r.re ia C--;_I_T-| oafiltreei aad -Hraa_B_aj r-iadi *a_cr. :.-.si _=:.-. Urael '.. .-. Es.;.-: -a -.e.--.:.r;. Geaeral WiLUaa. E Riiey. Uattad RataaM v %  :* .: it-e_*-_ ckc H-.— iaaaaa raeetmt;. • a • • • To Reorganize Iran's Feonomy 3?.'.?=El-5 ^N5 — r__-r_l* 3:-.: pres.dent ; the lateraa.. :_._.-_•: for ?--r:.r_-::_;-..r. ::.: -levelspraent has accepted aa .-. .•_.-_:> -fjc l---T_iT. QaaaraaBBBl to .-e.rgan:rg Iran's eccnomv twaat. _s .: wa^ re-r_ei r.ere A !_-:_ %  ftaan.,*: -ad eo^aol %  -. %  .: : -..-e s.:r. .: i .r-_i.-. .•amigrant fr^rr. Gi„cii wh : -%  ; aaDj' -.i Su-n i:-,er • • a • a Novelist To Teach At Yeshiva NT"* V^Rrl :TA — A:p r:-rr: : ; Herrain W:__u ?uli_ter T i_..: .; lac Ca-ae Mataaj %  bag professor of E-.lisr • -' : %  :• -•-.-_-..--.:.-_ ;y _>r Samuel Belitia pres '•-: "*'---c ti_:r.:r :f "re T a.vr_i :_ .--. i ; -_1 teaek creative wrrtmg _t the •.'r..-.e--v ; '"~_ £ 1 -: Arti aad Soences. ~ ?..T: A.x_a_er R:boms Man Dreye. aad [jilaatl Gaidman. Tr_: -.1 ae given :a Wedaesafteraxas f:r the purpose '-t s-rld it i Bazaar on Deceahai M and :atr_ said Mrs Aaron '' %  --:er -.: : p --_-._ T r.: Popkim WUi Be At t omrlm,-e Here Ki.-rr.ia M. P>p_;_-. ;* Atlanta V._:z _>irect;: .; tr.e S:_:nem Inter-P-ea-ona. 7,>"n Youth Cca_rr-_is-oc sponsored by the Soutfieaste—; P^-gioe 0 ; the Zi_c-r. Orjaaia-ti-a :'. .Arnersca aad the Southern. Sc-utheastern and r.bridi regvoas of Sea;or Hadassah. -_: be m Miami October 23rd. to atiead the *• %  South r.-r.di Y:_ag Z. 3 a-st CoaoLave. The Conclave wilj be held at Carap Te-jaesta. Keada_l the weeaead of October -4_r. _a."ugh 2rai C>raraije ==SP-as. •-: : _-^ -_rea_e. ;.;.. rai __we__c Yi..-_t Co-%  -. the C:ac_ire _s hBBM a_; |.: • %  ; -=-: C-r-i -etweea --. ;£ : K :: a n ..-. .-.tcureci rncrppiac pjans Joe the Greener Micani J ew iah Com~____ry Center Membership Campaign, which gets under —.on Sunday rncrning. October 28th. at a %  rv%Yy T flreak-^-st mre Erratm Gale. GM7CC executive J-iec-ui, Lao Shetner. c-venr-arn o. the Merr-bership Compcagnand Ben Easec. Paul Sobei and Isidare S rnk3 w :-_ members c_ the Campaign ComW A > T E D I.SIG Z.*V:Z;A..\ %  _.-_ ; Cn._ed S---.-^-! • I'M" H* is ban Loaaa, =.. ajr-o,. T laaaaaaaaa ..ocx ;rr Has fat_*" ca -' r -e *s l-vaml and motai ?_** %  T *- He ts aoBcat byj ---o as now .-,1 %  %  at Ha-aaafa, Be.: V -•;*=~ r %  ->•; t • -------Fii--r -is and W:tf_er was Mirkv He is s nephew .;• the person =*-a ?:-.-.: JACK-5ALOKOX MI.VTZFP.. ** :i _-e DaOad BaMai betweer. 1900 and 1905. aad was '-•-' %  •--F.xsazu. Rouraania. Soawfct by Utbu, Jtot-,. who ^ | aaar r esid-nz in Montevideo. Or•iTua.. He was born July Ji. : Bjcnarest. Roumania. His fathers name was -gnate. and Ml motaer was Regma Marcus. He has a sister Sylvia, age 55 I*"** *her sister Laise, age 53. Women's Group Highlights UN Day The Conference of Jewish Wi-oen's Organirations of Dade aad Broward Counties will lni -curate the season at the Delano Hotel on Thursday. October 23rd. ".0 30 a-mit was announced by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Conference president. A program highlighting United Nations Day will be featured. Mrs. Lehman said. Mrs Sylvia Chertkof. program charrraaa. indicated that Mrs. Sterling Hunter, authority on UNESCO and representative of the United Nations Institute, and Cantor David Silverraan. of the : Miami Beach Jewish Center, will render selections highlighting 'countries prominent in the UN. A dramatic presentation of Norman Corwini Unutled. is also scheduled. Under the direction of Mrs. Gershoo Miller, it w_U be grven by the Miami Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. ln-ied m the cast are Boris Prit.aer. Aaraa Gluckowsky. Bob Lyaaa, Gershon Miller. Martha M;:kieourg. Mane Morewitz. Mildred Dronge. Malccm Steward iT.; R_:r. ?:Arrangements are under the i-spices of Mrs Ben.amin AppeL -'eaaraji '. reservations is Mrs. PraakeL M*n*r Lmdiek Folia High Vote May:: Jaaaah E the highest v : ami Council rate place this weeOther wmnmg ca: Curtiss B Ha-.:: G Miller. At installation : th Horth Miarr. October 28th. a rr. chosen by the BM mortg its m e m ber s Leonard Kim ha 11 'Vtschi, whose baaai tember. 1963. will the new officials L.:.:k DO-H .-.e North Mi--.::h twk -.i.iites were a and Jaza •remooies it ::rr Hall oa lyar will bt _cil from a-i.-.d Uanaj end in Sepserve with Folk Dance Group Meets The Folk Dance Group of UK Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will meet at the Bead Branch on Sunday evening at t p-rn. Deaces of all r.aU-as wil be demonstrated aa_h special at ; tention to the Gree* Gobies B'nai B'rith Bnai B'ntfa ITaaan of Cor. Gables will meet r. T-esday.*; tober 21st. 8 p rr M the Co !" Gables Jewish Ctatff ** 1>A Tobak announced ta_: the fil* High Wall will be _howB at that time. Beach Center Men To Meet Monday The Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its first Membership Party of the' season on Monday evening. October 20th. 8 3* a-m_ ia the Ceoter Dming Room. Irving Cypen. chairman of the Program Committee, said that the meeting will be programmed as an informal social get-together, with professional entertainnent and members of the Board of Directors serving as hosts. Sam Katand Irving Schatz-1 ^*n are co-chairmen oi the. Membership Cammittee. Bemeh Fupil* Jmim Hmkefe Children of tne afiaal B* Jewish Center foiacd •^ i *^ and young adult* : *-" ^ Familv in Hat : evening, when I Lehrman led the ccng the Simchas T .^tfft. A party for pupil? '. %  ligious School latew-d, aaaj bv members of the CeaaaJJ These included *• *<** Harry Brick, chairman. irw Firtel. Theodore Saaba* £ man Mechlowitz. Shern- lan7__amuel Lur*. *jn--J2 ton. Morris Gulkis. anaaaw N. Greene. ^^ # Serving as hostesses m .( Mesdames George Tevet -J^ii man. Harry Brack. Harry P^ Harry Selkgwan. Ullun Wo-ft



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jBIDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1952 vJeHistncridian PAGE 3B ftan Flays Arabs; Charge Of Failure To Discuss Differences JERUSALEM (JTA) — Amlessador Abba S. Eban, here for series of government consultaIjons. charged the Arab States fast week with "abuse of the Jnitcd Nations in planned avoidance of their basic responsibilities as UN members" by failing make peace with Israel and raising "harmful and futile" Esues in the General Assembly. Speaking on a national-broadpress conference, Mr. Eban aid that the Arab States were ROW engaged in a "senseless, peuliar international custom." hey have failed to make consct with Israel throughout the fear and "in the autumn, when he leaves begin to fall and the Foice of the United Nations is leard in the land, they emit a cry if pain and surprise that -these problems are unsolved." He declared that Israel, "once ve are compelled to enter the Itruggle, will not allow the Arabs take the initiative, and we ive submitted a complaint to he United Nations based on the asic fact — their refusal to enter lirect negotiations with Israel." Definite Danger Ht declared that there "define fcely" was danger to Israel in the supply of arms to the Arab States and said that as long as these states failed to regularize their relations with Israel, "we are not made happy by any intention to increase their military might." He declared that a precondition to the supply of arms to the Arab States should be that they must first normalize their relations with Irael. Mr. Eban .said that Israel is continuing to negotiate with the United States for arms but said that until now the result has not been satisfactory. He firmly declared his belief that "we are entitled to such aid not less than other nations" and added that "there is no contradiction in our demand for arms and our opposition to arms for the Arabs. The sole criterion is the readiness for peace." He also pointed out that there is no danger in providing arms for Israel whereas "the Arabs do hot abstain from hopes of revenge, and additional arms will increase their aggressiveness." Other Views Meanwhile, in Washington, Secretary of State Dean Acheson said that the Arab states should 1 be consulted on Anglo-American plans for a Middle East corjnj mand. He said England has circulated 1 a draft of such a proposal and that there was no great difference between the British and Ameri( c an views. The Secretary de| clared that the Arabs would be consulted before views are finally crystalized on the Middle East command but that it did not appear that such crystalizaI tion would occur in the immediate future. A resolution urging the British Government in London to exert its influence in the Middle East to achieve a friendly settlement between the Arab States and Israel and stressing the vital need to exert maximum practical aid to the new state was unanimously adopted at the annual conference of the British Labor Party at Morecarabe. The resolution was introduced by Dr. SAMiller, representative of the Poale Zion, and was supported by James Griffiths, former Colonial Secretary, who told Rose Enrolls In Medical School Howard N. Rose, son of D.". and Mis. Maurice J. Rose, 3545 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beacn, is one of 72 Freshman who recently entered Chicago Medical School to prepare for a medical career. The 22-year-old student holds the AB and MA degrees from the University of Miami, where he was a Senior Senator in the Student Government and a member of the Varsity Swimming Team and Pi Lambda Phi Social Fraternity. Rose is also a graduate of Miami Beach High School and received his religious training at Temple Israel. Howard N. Rose the conference that "we will do all we can to help promote peace between Israel and her neighbors." He added that "we realize the hard task Israel has to build a new state with all the difficulties she has to encounter." He urged Dr. Miller to convey a message of good will to the State of Israel and the Israel labor movement on behalf of the conference. Mrs. Seid Heads Flagler PTA Mrs. Irving Seid will head the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center PTA, according to an announcement made early this week. Other officers appointed at a recent election include the Mesdames Albert Klein, vice president; William Berg, corresponding secretary; Hy Coverman, recording secretary; and Jack Shaw, treasurer. for a Permanent Economical Roof Hoiking COB Compere W/fn Beautiful Hew CONCRETE COLONY ROOFING TILE by MAULE For Estimate* and Installations On New Buildings or Old... 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FBIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 National Council Of Jewish Women Fetes 59th Birthday; Local Section On WIOD The Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will join with Sections in 244 communities throughout the country to morrow in celebrating the organization's 59th birthday Known as Council Day the occasion will be observed locally on Sunday, October 19th, with a Radio Broadcast over Station WIOD at 1:15 p.m., under heading of Public Affairs. %  Reputedly the oldest Jewish Women's organization in the United States, the National Ouncil of Jewish Women was founded in 1893, with the aim of serving "faith and humanity". The Miami Section's service projects include Five Loan Scholarships to the University of Miami. Thrift Shop, Thrift and "Workshop for rehabilitation of displaced persons, English classes for New Americans, aid to those seeking naturalization and supplying personnel for the Bureau of Jewish Education Library. %  These projects are a small part of the more than 800 projects— most <>f them operated on an interfaith and interracial basis — conducted by all Council Sections," Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, president of the local Section said. "They include recreation centers for th e aged, diagnostic clinics for specific diseases, hospital recreation programs, rehabilitative work with the physically handicapped and work for the underprivileged, the helpless, tin very young and the newcomer to these shores." Mrs. Pritikin said that Councils education program keeps the members — and often the whole community — informed on matters of social legislation. "They support, for example, the United Notions, stronger price controls, fair employment practice legislation, abolition of the poll tax. elimination of child labor, federal aid to public school education and a firm stand against ComyjjftAEafac PAGE S A Mrs. Theodore Pritikin er established agencies in the community. In Miami, Council started the Alexander Graham Bell School for children who are hard of hearing, which was later incorporated into the Dade County Public School System. Hadassah Launches Membership Drive A membership drive by the munism abroad and at home, con| Greater Miami Chapter of Hasistent with the safeguarding of dassah, th e women's Zionist Organization of America, to mark the beginning of the group's fifth decade of activity in Israel and the United States, will get under our civil liberties." The Miami Section sends work and play materials to a kindergarten in Jerusalem as its part in Council's Ship-A-Box project, i way on Monday, October 20th, 1 his is one aspect of Council's i Mrs. Joseph Shawmut, memberi verseas program which includes I ship chairman of the Chapter, ansupport of the School of Educa| nounced yesterday. tion in Jerusalem to help Israel To spur the membership drive, meet its need for teachers, as I a n award and citation will be ; scholarships at American given to those who enroll the greatest number of newcomers. In preparation for the enrollment efforts, a kick-off brunch for volunteer workers will be held at the Sea Gull Hotel on October 20th, 10:30 a.m. The drive will continue through Monday, November 3rd. Addressing a group of Hadassah leaders who will spearhead the enrollment campaign, Mrs. Shawmut said that "for 40 years, Hadassah has poured its energy and resources into the effort to create a democratic Israel in the Middle East and to preserve our democratic heritage at home. In the critical years ahead we must continue to work in these two directions with unabated vigor." Mrs. Shawmut added that," one of the major reasons for Hadassah's effectiveness as an organization has been its steady growth since its inception in 1912, when Henrietta Szold gathered a dozen colleagues about her. From those humble beginnings we have grown where today our members number 300,00 with chapters in the 48 states, Alaska and Puerto Rico." Universities for students from abroad who, upon their return, bring to their countries the benefits of American know-how in fields of social work, nutrition, nursery school education, occupational therapy, medicine and nursing. Council started some of the nation's first settlement houses, helped to start remedial work '•vith delinquent children, pioneered day nurseries, medical inspection in schools, social work with immigrants, free dispensary's and public mental health services whose worth was prov(n by Council have since been issumed by government and othHold Junior Services Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman 01 the Board of Education, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announced early this week that Uie Junior Congregation of the Ju-ligious School will meet every Saturday morning, beginning October 18th, in the Assembly Hall of the school building and will hold its own services. Local Leaders To Ba( 3 el And Lox Breakfast Attend Meet A group of local leaders of the Zionist Organization, of America her e have been appointed delegates to the 15th annual convention of the Southeastern Zionist region to be held at Savannah, Georgia, the weekend of T)ctobe r 17th, according to an announcement by Fred Jonas. Jonas, actingpresident of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, stated that S. A. Goodman, Seymour B. Leibman, Gil Rappaport, Harry J. Sonz and Alex Van Straaten, as well as himself, will be among the delegates from South Florida who will attend the Conference. The Convention, which will be preceeded by a meeting of the Southeastern Zionist Executive today, is scheduled to be followed by public sessions tomorrow night and all day Sunday, October 19th. Business receiving special attention includes the adoption of quotas by the various districts throughout th e Southeast, the annual membership campaign and the re-organization of the progress of the World Zionist Organization. Julius Fisher, secretary of the District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, and Joe Isenberg, past president of the Georgia Association, B'nai B'rith Lodges, will be guest speakers at a Lox and Bagel Breakfast on Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m., in the Sorrento Hotel. Purpose of the Breakfast is to review the progress made in the current South Florida Membership Campaign. IAH'UI Artists 9 Worlc Exhibited Two local artists were leatured at the opening show of the season held by the Miami Beach Art Center. Mrs. Iris (A. Budd) Cutler was represented by watercolors, porUvtasso OSiers Sahbath Meats Traditional Friday evening diners are again being served to the public at the Delano Hotel, on the Ocean at 17th Street, Miami Beach. The Sabbath dinners have already become a by-word among Greater Miami residents who seek special courses prepared and served according to the needs of the Holy Day. Sacramental wine is included with all meals, according to Charles Goldberg, managing director. The site of the Sabbath j dinners is the Delano Hotel's exquisite Blue Room. Information may be obtained at 58-7881. Strauss Mrs. Cutler traits and scenes. Among t'nerrt are Green Mansions, Miami Sky— line, Liquid Sunshine and -V thon Harbor. Represented by a number of portraits of prominent Miamians was Irving Strauss. Included are his paintings of Darby Rathman, Bernard Roth, Dr. Abraham Nemscr and Dr. Abraham Wolfson. In Miami... Breakstone's NEW LOW PRICE -19 e a container WILDER FLAVOR.i Yogurt -*&**< *&'*&£ ^.\ n ne' :ZJso^ *eert E Recommended by LEADING HEALTH AUTHORITIES AS A BASIC FOODHIGH IN PROTEINLOW IN CALORIES! For better digestion and regularity, try this wonderful "nourishing food, and eat your way to better healthl AT ALL NEIGHBORHOOD STORES AND SUPERMARKETS zr**"" 0 GENUINE HALF PINT I / New Children's Delight. •LEMON FLAVORED YOGURT Zestfu l, lemon cu 5 ,o,d flavor good you co* > Miami Office 153 \.i:. 29th Si.. Phone 82-4731 s5Sfc***' •&< 1i~-^ • -,.



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j) U |)ovs Celebrate Silver Wedding With ftinner Party; Couple Pioneer Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Dubov, 827 Jeffersun Avenue, Miami! Beach, celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary, at the Lin— c0 ] n Manor Restaurant, on Sunday, October 5th, with a surprise dinner party arranged by their children, Mr. and Mrs. David Dubov, 3625 SW 1st Avenue. The Dubov family are pioneer Miamians. Mr. Dubov came here i 3C PAGE 11 A Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dubov in 1923. and experienced the losses and reverses of the Boom Days and the hurricane of 1926. .bsequcntly established the rial Mercantile Company, in downtown Miami. Prior to the dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Dubov renewed their marital vows, with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Sigmund and Terry Bloom, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloom and brothers of Mrs. David Dubov, rendered piano and ^cordion selections. Mr. Sol Brier acted as toastmaster. Arriving here for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Caplan, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Slutzkin, of Long Island, New York. Mr. Caplan and Mr?. Slutzkin are brother and sister of Mrs. Dubov. Mrs. Esther Toback, grandmother of Mrs. David Dubov, arrived from Baltimore. Some 50 guests attended, including,Mr. and Mrs. Ike Brier, of Long Island, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Blumson, of WashCOMPANION • NURSE KOSHER COOKING FOR 1 or 2 PEOPLE CALL 58-5609 ington, D.C.: and Gerald Rosen, brother of Flip Rosen, Cleveland Indian baseball player. Benj. Adler 8c Go. J. Abrams Associated with AA Strictly Kosher Poultry Market. Inc. 315 317 N.W. 5th Si. Miami — Ph. 2-3673 Shochel on Premises Daily Wholesale fc Retail Select Poultry for a Select Clientele I'nrter Supervision of Rabbi Racknvekj and Rabbi Mewheloff Howard Leon Born To Cantor, Mrs. Seif Reverend and "Mrs. Abraham Seif, of 1011 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the birth of their son, Howard Leon, on October 2nd. The Briss was held last Thursday, October 9th, at Mount Sinai Hospital, with the baby's father officiating and performing the circumcision. Guests present included Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, Dr. Harry Kraff and Rabbis Abraham Cassel, Moses Mescheloff, Max Shapiro, Morris A. Skop, Joseph Waldman and Reverend Kalman Shapiro. Cantors present were Jacob Bornstein, Elias Cerner, Berele Kelemer and Mrs. Kelemer, Samuel Kelemer and Mrs. Kelemer, Edward Klein and Mrs. Klein. Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Mamches. Irving Robinson, David Silverman, Aaron Weingarten and Mrs. Weingarten and Jacob Tambor and Mrs. Tambor. Others at the Briss were Dr. Faul Beck, Judge and Mrs. Theodore Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Meringoff and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Finestone. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. I Max Feldman. Sandik were RabI bis Max Shapiro and Abraham | Cassel. Rabbi Morris Skop gave I the name. Master of ceremonies was Cantor Samuel Kelerrfer. Samuel April, son of Rabbi and I Mrs. Simon April. 451 SW 30th | Road, has returned to Yeshiva; University and studies there following a brief High Holy Day recess spent in Miami with his parents. Now in attendance at the University of Georgia. Athens, and pledging Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, is Frank Martin Berick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berick, j 4501 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach. £ •& % %  • Dr. and Mrs. <*. Leon Shalloway, of 511 NW 40th Court, an\ nouncc the birth of their son, Mark Alan, on Wednesday, September 24th. The Briss took place on October 2nd. with 1 Reverend Abraham Seif officiating. Participating in the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, godparents; Hyman Sir, sandek. Harold Shalloway, 2nd sandek; and Abe Sir, 3rd sandek. Among the 50 guests present were Dr. Eli Galitz. Reverend Bernard Kelemer, Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Dr. and Mrs. William Saslaw and Dr. William Wickman. The Shalloways also have two other sons, David Irwin and Lester Frederick. £ £ Mrs. Morris Gershon is in Atlanta to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson. Alexander Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gershon, which takes place tomorrow. At present. Mrs. Gershon is visiting her grandchildren. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Krugman in their new home on West Wesley Road. £ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone and family, of 152 NW 43rd Place, honored their uncle, Joseph Rosenbaum on his 75th birthday last Sunday evening, October 12th. Guests included Mr.'and Mrs. R. Bumstein, Mr. and Mrs. N. Eisenman and son and Mr. and Mrs. H. Kalman. %  a %  & & Soon to return here from their tour through Europe are Mr. and Mrs. William Pallott. 3301 Monegro. Coral Gables. The Pallotts sailed from New York on the Queen Elizabeth. & & ft Returned from a three-month vacation in the north is Miss Anyuta Melicov, together with her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Melicow, of 88 10th Street, Miami Beach. While there. Miss Melicov visited Woodstock and in July attended the International Piano Teachers' Convention held at Washington. D.C. ft ft ft Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen i have announced the birth of a son, Tad Richard, on Sunday, October 5th, at Mount Sinai Hospital. The Cypens are also the parents of two other sons and a daughter. •Junior MMadassah To HoHt Exhibit The Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will act as hostesses during the Israel Exhibit at the Delano Hotel, October 20th through 25th, when the American Society of Travel Agents convenes here. The exhibit is being sponsored by the Tourist Department of the Government of Israel and will serve as a meeting place to promote Israel travel business. In charge of arrangements for Junior are Miriam Scheinberg, Sylvia Cohen. Elaine Schwartzman, Jo-Ann Shier and Elaine Sachs. Stanley H. Gettis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gettis, 1545 Collins Avenue, will bacome Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Saturday morning, October 16th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is> c: student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. -"1 I BLACK CAESAR FORGE GOURMET CLUB WINE CELLAR RESTAURANT REOPENS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1952 CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS, LAMB CHOPS, CHICKEN Resin Baked Potatoes CORAL REEF AND LUDLUM ROAD. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED 817-7170 MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Make sum Babtj e njoas meaftimed Baby grows closer to you, when mealtimes arc happy. By avoiding conflicts over food, you help Baby thrive physically and emotionally. When doctor recommends solids, let Beech-Nut Foods woo Baby'l appetite. When Baby tttjoyi hit mt-.-.h.yiu'd enjoy Baby more! 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PAGE 10 A -Jmist Fkr***n FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17. Arthur Sadies To Be Feted at Reception Sunday: Couple Here From Wedding Trip A reception will be tendered A delicious story in Max Rosenreld reporter* concerns himself and Spaikman -hen both .steady the 'Jr.r.r^tr oi AUhama. Sparkmtn was Jo* Collece whin Rente.d Uerred on Alabama s -ootball ream. And with that motion ot Sparkman. we go right on to Carl Canner. whom R*nte'.d remembers a lot more poignantly — The whole football teira. say* Rosenie.a. had been tipped to enroll in Carmers English class. A snapfellas ... But collecnv.Iv they swooned. discovering Carraer was running his class stilrer than a cock s spurs. So Rosenfeld did an unprecedented thing — he studied. Brightly, therefore, he was exiting from an exam wearing his shirt with the varsity "A", when he spied Canner in the ha'.L Rosenfeld chirped. "I think I dad okay." Carmer stirred a trifle, chopped smoothly: The only A TOU re likely tc get is just that one on your shirt. Well. Canner raced on to aog his own As — up there in the literary stratosphere with his first Uesl sellinc -Stars Fell on Alabama %  But Max Rosenfeld still yearns to do a proper rewrite: Stars Fell in A l a b a m a — ?. < ; :-:';:.!. by the way. s a civ*: fr:eni ,: Sa~ Kap.ir. of the Miarn: 5ti.-.-. H>-:s: .^VJ::.T.. -i _r..".* ;i > -r.j ; ...-:>• Kas*:-.ben whs trrttM fOf Seventeen. Judy. --. tan, %  HM %  --" : Q"V_.-r.jY F'.-nder. powerhouse publkM I r !fUimi*l tm+ • ?. teafeU reaaindtd rre wed aaei t g yean ago at a Hotel -. % %  .,:. :_--•_*: .th* Steak House 1*11 never forget that oc. bi trngt of :he pet-_:._r *_y I % %  Bw d thrcugh :: By some error, I'd been sect a OtaMe orchid .Ullage, oh. very handsomely tor ;. dowafer Ar.c actually _:: I could see were ;u5t those : -..-rrr.ous jrohics s:ee::r.g rr-. wr.envu they Steaded to go. IN THE NEWS: October Mb marks the opening of Gilbert Maxwell's Fiction Workshop at tha YMCA. There'll be I sessions of hours each every Friday night at • p-m. This autumn, says MexweU. he's emphasixing lL- slick magaxines The Travel Seminar planned by the Miami Beech Chamber of Commerce has edd*d another expert — -rom Rochester. N.Y. — Newell GrinneL termer prexy of the American Society of Travel Agents HAVE YOU NOTICED that Carl's market) now stock books? J-r r:--: %  •-..r; : : :<-r;;k .< a Spar..sh prteer. It'l rased on a unique teachinf metfaod. -r. "orcguue sequence" of related expentr.es evolved in Harvard All done painlessly. :n pictures SO NOW WE KNOW that when you receive a card announc:r.c a dcnation in your name has been made to Brandets University's library, it's really a permanent joy. It meant that one of thee* days when your* browsing through their stacks, you'll arrest yourself proudly, lake another good look, and realixe that's yeur name is itThe author's name is there, too. but that's purely incidental. AU he did was write the book. You're in it because you gave it. This flattering matter was explained to me fully and dearly the other afternoon by Stella Turk, a leader in Brance:s future. frUa Stela at ".he ::rr.e was her sifter Roslyn who's rr.arried to Dr Stanley Schwartz -_ nugbty happy about the boaaa and •'r.endsh.ps the? --'.;• here Mrs Seharart1 coked fetching in a I ttarcbed :--"_> %  BUBBSMI and littk vrhitt -a: Director :'. C. rrrr._r.;ty Relations ..the ::tle held by Will' .--.--.: :' i the V.-rr: Beach Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n I Iheir newest i\:.:-*~i-: _i the ?:_?:* contest to run a winning name : .their I imi iwlin S^rr. Be%ker's sta.-.ei thingl with a $'.0 firs'. :-..-.I n r.e ::' :-.c ;-i£rs S*: far. I judge Will pr;ba:'.y -j, .11 : l_-r. .: i.l _p :^:'-:e RJI n-.arr.age Th.anksgivir.g Day tc Becky ":':ar.e: SIC FLASH: "Very startling" — and you'll be as startled as was Anyuta Melicov in New York when she got the offer — to learn that the Prince and Princess of Siam invUed her please to accompany them back to teach their royal children. They ware enchanted with her. Miss Melicov underwent a mighty tussle with herself before concluding to decline the universe's most glamorous appointment, and return to Miami Beach. She and her remarkable Mother got home ;ust now All her friends instantly saw this as a perfect secruel — not "Anna and the King of Siam" but "Anyuta and the Princess of Siam Meanwhile, a mere hint she dropped to an artist-fr-.end m New York. Bert Warters short for Bertha resulted in quit* the most unusual scarf you've ever seen: cornered with Music. Drama. Comedy. Art. Miss Melicov told her about cur music and arts leagues here — and pteslo! this extremely beautiful silk screen design in chartreuse and blue. And doggone if some of the art isn't abstractionist. Jacobsonl Yeah — I looked close! CN TOUR: LOVE AND BEST WISHES to recuperatir^ Mrs. JeaneMe Idea K.: Kaata mother, in St Francs ARTIST IN OUR MIDST is handicrafts au:hor::y Miner.a L.ch;.g now :eac-:r,g her Date the handicapped and disabled If you'v* meandered around the San Marino lobby, you've temarked on those Babyleman hanging hexes lush with tropical foliage. Plastic, you know — and gotta be fingered befoc* yoo believe it! Plaque let years of distinguished service m the Civic League went to Herrr.ac Barnett Monday night Irving Sail was leaving en a business swing alrr.os*. immediate-ly following Thursdays Bonds for Israel program: alternately he chuckled over Moiiy Picon, then t Photo Stephen Kessler Stephen Kessler Bar Mitzvah TomorrowStephen, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Alexander Kessler. 5010 SW 5th Terrace. Miami, will be Bar Miuvah tomorrow morning. October 18th, 9 a.m.. at the Hialeah Miami-Springs Jewish Community Center. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at the Flagler-Granada Jewish | Community Center Hebrew School and attends Kinloch Junior High. Honored guests will be his grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Kessler. and his uncle. Gustave Free| man, of Brooklyn. New York. Reverend Leo Heim will officiate. A Kiddush. tendered in the Bar Mitzvah's honor by his i parents, will follow the ceremony. Going Ftrnal? Flamingo Chapters Meet Jointly Flamingo Chapters. B'r.a; B'n'.h Men and Women, met jointly on Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Rainbow. 991 East 23.-d Street. Hialeah. G_est speakers were Julius Fisher I Bnanohe, Virginia, secretary of District No. 5. B'nai E .-.-..Sataey Aronovitz. presileari % %  '. B*aai B.-.:;-. Council; and A .* Kardan rr.err.oe.-ship chairgggaa. B"aai B'mh Council. —Artroore Stadfcv Celebrating his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning. October 18th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be Peter Sobel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will onciate. A student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Sobel 353 Euclid Avenue. Formal VY e %  r that i •-*!- cleanse, smartiy sty Led. p-ctty flttatf. Comp>tt eut*iti including i>cn. PHONE 48-2084 N1VERSITY MEN'S SHOP 2S28 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Corsl Gablei I 1CAKE m uss JHAM 4 mmms FtOfl HOAU TO urdines the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •••' C S pat off. 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PACE 8 A +Jeist fkrijrtr FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 io c? Opera Guild Will Present Metropolitan Stars Here In keeping with its policy of bringing outstanding opera to the unity, the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, during its 12th year, steller cast signed for the three operas scheduled to be perned here this M ason. A double bill presentation of Gianni Sehicchi by Puccini, in -' and Cavalleria Rustieana. lascagni, in lt.ili.in. .it the County Auditorium, s I • vening, January 17th and at ; Miami Beach Audit a) i v> ning, Jan. 19th. will be the firsl ofg of the Guild in 195S. Salvatore Bacalloni, w o rid I mous Metropolitan basso will sing the 5 iccaloni 11 a lianborn Baccalloni made his Met : m 1940. and has sung more 170 rotes in five languages Rustieana. Miss Resniek came to the Met by way of the radio program, Auditions of the Air. which She won in 1944. and has k uii :n great demand for concert, torios and operas" as well as radio, ever sinee. She appeared m the leading role of Madam Butterfly with the Opera Guild in If 18. George Champliski. b.. Hone who was seen in Tosca with the Opera Opera Guild in 1950. is slated for buffo. a return engagement to Miami this season when he dons the 0Srole of tum '' Alfib in Gianni Sehicchi. Gianni SchicPolish-born Chapliski made his debut as Scarpia in Tosca at Warsaw. Poland. Since then he has become a familiar face in this country and has sung with many leading opera companies includc.ng with Mr Bacall : .11 ln S San Francisco. Cnc.natti. and Scotland-born Dorothy MaeNew Orleans. appearing as Lauretta Miss Neil, whi has delighted audiences throughout the world with hei nasterful rendition of operarias, is a popular member of ----New York City Center Opera. C.mpleting the cast of interna-. .'. singers :n Gianni Sehicchi be the young Arv.ene.in tenDavid Poleri who will portray •.:...:..<:.:: Ho a'.so be seen as Turiddu in C .alleria Rustieana. Although .-•' :n his twenties, Poleri has :•..-. ved wide ace... h < apnce in opera, radio and conand •> currently doir._ -. \with the New York City • r (•, I .. C< mpany. Poleri hen as Alfred :n the a Guild's production of Die F e lermaus last ason. young Metropolitan soil* h i sang 14 major roles in .. before she was 25. Regma ick. will sing the feature Antone Copola. who is currently conducting the New Faces Of 1952 Review on Broadway, will conduct the orchestra for both operas. Appearing as Violetta in La Traviata. by Verdi, which will be performed in Italian at the Dade Steber Polcn Triangle To Film Productions Here County Auditorium. Saturday evening. February 28th, and at the Miami Beach Autdiorium. Monday evening. March 2nd. will be Eleanor Steber. leading soprano of the Metropolitan. In 1940. Miss Steber won the Met Auditions of the Air. which entitled her to an opera contract. She made her debut as Sophie in Strauss' Der Rosenkavaher on December 7th. and has sung six• ati •:-. (:' Tr:ang'. e P:\xiucteen additional major roles there r*2s, for the %  f comsu %  f stage, radio and Robert Weede, who sang in the ision. was announced this Opera Guild's production of Pageek as an ". • :'. .-". %  iking hacci in 1950. will sing the role of .eater Miami one of the major Georgio Germont in La Traviata. business centers of the Weede has sung leading parts in ted States. even,important American opera new outfit has leased, for company including the Met and ve-year period. 5.000 square San Francisco opera. rtf of floor space a: 113 North Singing the role of Alfredo Ger: Avenue. Headquarters inmont > n La Traviata will be the • soundproof recording stus,ar OI pera. concert and screen. a pr.ip and costume room. Charles Kullman. Kullman who al Grand Opera Companies and is currently conductor and musical director for the Mutual Broadcasting System in New York. Rounding out the three productions will be 20 local singers in supporting roles, a chorus of 70 members who double in private life as housewives, lawyers, and even a fire chief, and an orchestra composed of 40 members who are local musicians and members of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. • Sets for both operas, which are worth some $40,000. and include original Metropolitan scenery. 1 will be under the supervision of Jack Schliman. The man behind the scenes who founded the Opera Guild in 1942. and serves as artistic and executive director is Dr. Arturo di Filippi. On the production staff are Lena Maddaford. coach and accompianist for rehearsals: Bruce Davis. choir master: Walter Grossman. assistant orchestra conductor: Anthony Stivanello. stage director: Alfred Barton, technical advisor: and Harry Joslin. stage manager. Tickets for all performances may be purchased at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Miami Beach Radio Company. Martin's Drug Store. Burdine's Third Floor, Cordelia's Book & Card Shop. Dade County Auditorium, and Steadman Music House. rsal studios and executive eS. The organization is headed by Rabmowitz. 39-year-old -cer with 24 years of stage • radio background. He has „ ,producing stage, radio and E*^.!**!*'?? Gu d has been a popular figure here since 1935. recently was spotlighted in a new role as a motion picture star in Universal-Inl tional's Song Of Scheherazade. Emerson Buckley, who will be TV shows locallv for the post ,0 l he fourth consecutive year. ytar% %  p will wield the baton for La Tra. „ ^,. viata. Hi has conducted operas in known of Rabinowitz T\ thu „,„„,„ WIlh lh San c rf prises is Court Of Junior New Yoik. Columbia and Nationemploying a teen-age cast simulated jury trial, which led •• '•%  : %  WTVJ on October He .'".. s also handled teenadio shows and has been a atics teacher. Synagogues I'p Holy Day Israel Bond Pnrehases The Shemini Atzereth appeal in the Miami Beach Jewish Cen%  ter netted S30.450. bringing the total sale of Israel Bonds at Greater Miami Synagogues during the High Holiday season to more than $86,000. it was report, ed early this week. In another bond appeal last • Saturday. Rabbi Moses Meschel' off. of Congregation Beth Jacob, obtained pledges amounting to $2,000. I Previous appeals on Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur, made at fourteen Synagogues here, netted $54,100. Oscar Lelchuk. bond chairman for the Coral Gables Jewish Center, has set himself the ambitious goal of bettering the previous total for his congregation of $8,500 up to $10.00. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Tfilah. brought pledges totaling $3,400 Name Clements President President of Chase Federal Savings & Loan Association. Miami Beach. Charles L. Clements, imediate aims of Triangle I will be elected president of the Productions, Rabinowitz said, will be beamed toward local clubs and organizations requiring completl "package deal" entertainrw ot -shows. In addition, he plans ; vovide advertisers and adver-g agencies with top-grade and TV programs. "With Greater Miami constantly spreading out in enter: nent media." he said, "a def.• need for a package producservice has arisen. We bein-, e we are the first to offer such a complete service in the area." United States Savings & Loan League m November. Clements was elected vice president of the League at it s Convention here last vear. Ginsburgs Return Mr and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg. of 411 Ocean Drive, have re ed here following their sudden trip to Atlantic City. New Jersey, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Ginsburgs father. Mr. David Kiner. Ends Laxatives — finds amazing relief "I have had great success with ALL-BBAN-." writes Paterson, N. J.. man. "After years of constipation, I am now regular. Thanks to my % cup of ALL-BBAN every day!" If you suffer from irregularity due to lack of dietary bulk, try a bowlful of this tasty cereal erery night before bed... it may bring back the youthful regularity you thought long lost, ALL-BBAN is the only type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. It's high in cereal protein, rich in iron, provides essential B and D vitamins. Not habit-forming. If you're not t tatuted after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogc's, Battle Creek. Mich., and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) WASHINGTON — An attempt by the former chief of the Stat. Department Visa Division to smoke-screen the McCarran-insDir rf listing of Jews on visa applications has been exposed by the di covery of a 1950 Senate report which contradicts Visa Division a< sertions. Herve J. LHeureux. ex-chief of the Visa Division, has denied in a letter that he -recently" directed consular authorities to la u el Jews. He explained that the government "has used the classifies tion Hebrew' for visa statistical purposes" since 1924. His explain* tion does not coincide with the facts on page 241 of Senate Reuwi No. 1515. dated April 20. 1950. This report tells how Earl G Har risen, as Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, in 1943 ordered the practice of identifying Jews eliminated. Harrison shocked by Nazi racism, discontinued the labelling of Jews, including even the •statistical" listings L'Heureux mentioned in his letteObviously, L'Heureux either failed to tell the truth in his letter or failed to abide by the 1943 anti-discrimination ruling. L'Heureux wrote the letter on August 29th as his last official act as chief of the Visa Division. He wrote it because he was forced by nation-wide protests to explain the listing by the Visa Division 01 Jews as such on visa applications. The B'nai B'rith Anti-D>famation League had first raised the issue. But L'Heuri ux ignored an ADL letter, which to this day remains unanswered. Instead, he chose to write to the United Service for New Americans. The USN'\ released his letter through theNational Community Relations Advisory Council. Designed to obscure the facts, L'Heureux's letter confused many people. Jewish agencies which have been in on this affair since its beginning know what has actually taken place. The Visa Division itself was the author of the "ethnic" clause of the McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration Act. It is this clause, Section 222-A of the Act, which requires that each alien must state his "race and ethnic classification." Although the Visa Division wrote this requirement, officials who participated in writing it are now telling the public that they are seeking an "interpretation." They say that thev ar? employees of the government and must naturally execute the laws adopted by Congress. The ethnic classification was conceived by L'Heureux as a gimmick for pinpointing Jews on visa applications. There was the 1943 anti-discrimination to be legally by-passed. And Senator Pat McCarran had asked the Visa Division for a statistical count of Jewish visa applicants. Therefore, the ethnic device was visualized as 1 way of satisfying McCarran and also giving the Visa Division legal authority for listing Jews. Edward B. Maney. new visa chief, has said that each alien "shall state his race, and each visa applicant shall also be required to state his ethnic classification" but that "of course, it will be left to each individual applicant to state what he considers to be his race and ethnic classification." Chairman Emanuel Celler, of the House Judiciary Committee, who has spent 30 years on immigration matters, saw right through this bit of sophistry and pointed out to Secretary of State Acheson that "aliens who fail to provide an ethnic classification" which satisfies the consular authorities may be arbitrarily denied visas under the new Act. The penalty for not telling the truth is denial of a visa. In other words, you don't haw to list yourself under the ethnic requirements as a Jew but you don't have to get a visa, either. While officials discussed ethnic theories, a Jewish woman arrived in Washington from South America with an American visa. She read a newspaper account of the visa situation and sought out the JTA in Washington. This woman, an intelligent and sensitive person, went to South America from Germany as a refugee from persecution. In South America last spring she sought a visa from an American Consul so she could visit a member of her family in the United States. She said the consul asked her if she was Jewish ar.d that he explained that such information was required by a "new law." At this point she casually mentioned to the consul that she was a native of East Prussia but fled because members of her family were killed by the Nazis. The consul asked if she were sure it was Germans and not Russians who murdered her people. Fearing that she would be falsely suspected of Communism and denied a visa, she became afraid to insist that the Germans were guilty. (In Washington, witnesses questioned by the McCarran Internal Security Subcommittee as suspected Communists were asked what they thought of Hitler and what opinion they held of the McCarran Act) The McCarran-Walter Act does not become effective until December 24th. Even before it was passed, however, some consular officials were identifying Jews as such on visa applications in anticipation of the Act. Under the 1943 Harrison order thev had no business labelling Jews for "statistical" or anv other purpose. The singling out of Jews on visa forms came to the attention of the ADL some time ago. Herman Edelsberg. ADL Washington director, wrote L'Heureux that "we have recently been informed that in the case of persons of the Jewish faith, consular olficers have in several instances typed in the -word Hebrew' in the space provided for the answer to the question 'race.' The task of defining ethnic groups has been assigned to a new subcommittee of the Bureau of the Budget. It remains to be seen whether or not this "subcommittee on International Migration statistics" will consider Jews as an ethnic classification. The State Department has received so many protests that it may refer the whole issue to the Senate and House Immigration Subcommittees for "objective Study." The chairmen of these subcomri tnes happen to be Senator McCarran and Representative Francis t Walter, co-authors of the act bearing their names. Criticism has been so intense, however, that the listing of Jews mav have to be abandoned altogether when the ethnic definitions have been decided upon. If this occurs, the alertness of Jewish organizations, particularly the ADL. will hav e been largely responsible. Members of Congress, including non-Jews, helped immeasurably. MELVIN M. KLOTZ. DJXS. Announces The Opening Of His Office For The Practice Of General Dentialry AT 1005 KANE CONCOURSE (96th ST.; BAY HARBOR ISLANDS. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 86-2260 HOURS 9 TO 5 EVE. APPTS.