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The Jewish Floridian ( November 21, 1952 )

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r fewiislbJEIIiDipidliiayR Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY R.UME 26—Number 47 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS >an Charges Arabs With lackmaiF Tactics At UN \ \ir el Rifai Accuses Israel Of Being Without Statehood I1TED NATIONS (JTA) — The United Nations General AsI which this week heard a violent Arab complaint against Irman-Israel reparations agreement, was treated to a blisterkshinu reply by Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban, who dethe unwarranted intervention" by the Arabs as "blackthat the Arabs had threatened to Eban told the assembly tiomic and political sancLgainst the West German hment if it honored the Cent with Israel. Arab protest was made by Fai ran. Egyptian Foreign ei who told the General bly that pressure had been on the West German jMrient to "acquiesce" to |ing Israel "under guise of lions" with "large monejnds and enormous quanheavy machinery." This, erved, "lends no optimism prospects of peace and |y in the Middle East." Egyptian Government, he viewed with "grave conI the Gorman-Israeli reparLgreement. It was Egypt's conviction," he said, that was in no way entitled to ^tinns from Germany on beJews of the world." Egyptian criticized the Nations for not solving oblem of the Palestine ref"No plan for the peace itability of the Middle East be worthy of attention which t aim at an equitable and ine solution to such probie declared. He charged [inder the "pressure of world fern for \ayuib H-IISSfS tsVilft Uhl X Chief pNlxiN (JTA) — LieutenI General William E. Riley, Ed Nations true supervisor Palestine, and Major General ammed Naguib, Egyptian nier and Commander-inIf c>f the Army, conferred [week in Cairo on the Pales1 question and the future of \rab refugees, it was reported from the Egyptian capital. was reported from Beirut the UN Relief and Works hey and the Syrian GovernJt are completing arrangeIts for a project to provide MS and livelihood for 18,000 kstine Arab families number180.000 persons. The first part Ihe project, which will prob' require a total investment of lOOO.OUO. will provide for the •lenient near Damascus of a tantial number of refugees. bility over tyranny." Israel, owing to its new sovereignty, has "received the public penance of its most savage foes," he declared. The treaty had drawn a "deep unaimous echo of applause from all the free countries of the Mr. Eban said that this Arab interference "rested on the assumption that the Arabs were in a state of war with Israel; it rested on the -B9umption of international illegality." He referred to the fact that Egypt was in defiance of a Security Council resolution to halt the blockade of Israel-bound shipping through the Suez Canal. Under the armistice agreements, he pointed out, neither parly could assert itself as an active belligerent. The Israel representative stressed that it was the basic duty of the Near Eastern States to negotiate for a peaceful settlement, that they had no moral right to complain if they did not want to negotiate. He drew attention to the fact that the Arab states had refused to give home or shelter to their own kinsmen. At the beginning of his speech, he spoke of its being difficult to remember a time of greater dang(Continued on Page 6 A) Z0A Confident Ike Will Not Change East Policy See American Israeli Security NEW YORK (JTA)—Confidence that President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower will continue the American policy of support to Israel was expressed here last week by Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, in the first public expression by a Zionist leader here on the outcome of the election. Rabbi Miller spoke at a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel tendered in his honor by leaders of the Israel Bond Drive. Pointing out that "the fostering of a strong Israel will advance the ing evidence of his deep concern for Israel. In his letter to the leader of the Zionist movement. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, on Octo_. .ber 17th, he expressed 'hearty interests of American democracy | accor d' with the declaration on in a most critical area" and that "a militarily secure Israel is also insurance for America's defense," the ZOA president said, "there is ample reason to look forward to the extension of support for Israel on the part of the American Government. Israel in the Republican platform and stated that 'it is in the interest of the United States and of all peace loving nations that political and economic aid to establish their own security should be extended to Israel and to all counI tries in the Middle East which are "In President-elect Eisenhow| similarly intentioned.' er," Rabbi Miller declared, "the | .. Thro \ political Zionism," about one million Arabs had been "ruthlessly" torn from their homes in Palestine. "For the first time in history an indigenous population of an area are being displaced to accommodate so-called DP's from other areas," he said. (Arab attempts to prevent the ratification of the Israel-German agreement on reparations payments were described editorially by the Manchester Guardian as a "blackmail" effort which is "gathering momentum.") Eban Hails Pact This Arab statement, Mr. Eban declared in reply, was an abuse of the forum of the United Nations and an intrusion into the sovereignty of the signatory states. It was "none of their business and concern," he said. He quoted the Egyptian Foreign Minister as saying that West Germany and Israel had no right to sign such an agreement, and said that the Egyptian Ministers attitude was similar to the attitude adopted toward colonial territories. The Israeli delegate described the treaty between Israel and Germany as "a most remarkable episode. Historians of the future would pause and wonder at it," he said, adding that it marked an ultimate viotory of "weakness over strength and responsiJewish people have a champion, and the State of Israel an understanding friend. The Presidentelect's record on this score is clear ; ~r~ £ ^ prob i em of the Middle and unmistakable. He was the _. „ Rabbj MUler said .., t will i.i .... ..... nf u n Tuti'icVi ciirvivnrs #..._ Through the implementation of this policy, President-elect Eisenhower and his administration will provide a historic soluUncover Nazi SS Youths NEW ORLEANS — A fevered [juvenile imagination inspired by I the fantastic legend that Adolf j Hitler is still alive was the big factor behind the new Nazi Youth Club which has just been broken up by the New Orleans police here, it was declared in a I report of the New Orleans Regi ional Office of the Anti-DefamaI tion League, B'nai B'rith. iB'rith. The report was made public iby Henry Edward Schultz, na! tional chairman of the League. The gang of nine boys, ranging in age from 10 to 15 years, was I organized by a youth who had • read in a magazine that the FuehI rer was hiding out in Argentina, : the report declared. Somehow, he became obsessed with the story and proceeded to form his own little group of "storm troopliberator of the Jewish survivors of the Nazi concentration camps. As the Commanding General responsible for the rehabilitation of the Jews in the Displaced Persons camps in the American zone of Germany, he brought to this be a blessing for America, for Israel and for the peace of the world." He declared that "the Congress of the United States affirmed and reaffirmed bi-partisan support for of Germany ne orougnt to President task deep understanding, human ^ • everlasting sympathy and genuine concern J hj for the future welfare of the rem: P recoJ mtk)n of Israe i and nants of European Jewry. His ef, ^JLasqistanr< of the forts in their behalf made it possible for them to look forward to the rebuilding of their shattered lives in Israel, and as proud citizens of the new state they continue to bless his name. Can Solve Problem his unwavering assistance of the new domcracy throughout these crucial years." Eban Views Future Abba SEvan, the Israel Ambassador, told the assembly he i was confident that the new Eisen„ j „,. ,,:„ hower administration would con"Moreover, President-elect Eisi enhower recently provided strik-1 (yg_fggd u0 Psnunuoj ) British Disturbed By SS Meeting In Sector LONDON (JTA) — Jewish organizations and leaders in Britain are disturbed over a public mass meeting held in the British.zone of Germany by some 6.000 former SS men. The Agudas Israel World Organization has already submitted a memorandum to the Foreign Office asking that immediate steps be taken to suppress all neoNazi movements. I b t ge ilse i f of sucn e leThe Board of Deputies of Brit, F lion Thanksgiving Service %  On Thur.d.y. November 27th. 11 ajn.. the Annual Union banksgiving Service will be held under the auspice, of the creeiMiami Rabbinical Aaaociation at the Miami Hebrew School ana pngregation. 1101 SW 12th Avenue. Rabbi Simon April wiu oe T Rabbi. Other, participating include Rabbi, Dr. Jacob H. KP B *" x a P iro. of Beth David: Meyer Abramowita. of North Shore. rry Ettinger. oi North Dade; Alfred Waxman. of West Miami. MorrU A. Skop. of Coral Gable.; Irving Lehrman. of Maw ch. Shrnaxy.hu Swiraky. of Beth El: Abraham CM* fnneth Israeli and Moso. Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob. „ Cantor Berel. Kelemer will offer the Modim Anaehunu solo. "•* %  • thepeeeeauato* of Color, by the Boy Scout, end tfc"**• of Allegiance. The gang had its own clubhouse — an abandoned, burned building where the "storm troopers" met, using the Nazi swastika as their emblem. Membership cards printed in German boasted a picture of Hitler on one side, and on the other, the word "I am a member of the Nazi Party." Although first reports in the nation's press indicated that the group had been organized by adults and that the FBI had been called into the case because of the gang's "subversive" activities, the ADL learned that despite the Hitlerian trappings, the boys were motivated by nothing more than an urge to vandalism. "The frightening thing about ( Continued on Page 8 A) ish Jews, through its Foreign Affairs Committee, is planning to make immediate representations to the Foreign Office, it was reported here. The officers of the Anglo-Jewish Association were said to be discussing what action to take. Barnett Janner, leader of the Board of Deputies and an MP, called the situation a "shocking state of affairs" and promised to do what he could to "deal with the matter." A. L. Easterman, political director of the World Jewish Con ments.' Anti-Semitic and Nazi songs were sung at a political meeting in a suburb of Hanover and crowds booed and cursed the policemen who dispersed it, the New York Times subsequently reported in a cable from Bonn. The cable also reported that Wilhelm Schopmann, the last leader of Hitler's brown-shirted Storm Troopers, the SA, is a candidate of the Refugee Party in the communal elections in Lower Saxony. "The appearance of Heir gress, asserted that the public Scho n and lesscr Nazis on re-emergence of "Hitler s infami ^ for oca councils 1 the increased political activity of the neo-Nazis and the series of pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic poous SS" is a clear warning that "Germany is still far from being qualified as a partner in the defense of the democratic world. The SS was the greatest murder organization in history," he pointed out, and its being able to parade in public and "throw mud at the Allies who aided a conquered Germany is proof that the new Germany has not been litical rallies emphasize that neoFascism is virulent in Lower Saxony, despite the voluntary dissolution of the Socialist Reich party and its subsequent banning by the Federal Constitutional Court last Thursday," the report emphasized.



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•.' • \ )VEMBER 21. 1952. *Je*isti Meridian PAGE 3 A tine Dade i'or Diabetes students in Dade £o7 s will be tested for part of this year's etcction Drive, it was j early this week. \r\g school officials for iration, Dr. Harold chairman for Diapointed out that jetes occurs less frechildren than in adtascs in children are fcrc severe. Ire at present an esti[OOO youngsters in the etes under treatment ." Dr. Rand said, "and Cm, like adult diabetics, I live normal and happy there are many other h have diabetes unthemselves, or their through mass screening J children, and general Ication, we hope to find nown cases and V'ace control." Lorraine Grobman Heads Landau Group National B'nai B'rith Youth Commission Milton Friedman installed oficers of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, last Sunday at the Sea Gull Hotel. Installed were the Misses Lorraine Grobman, president; Vivian Hausman, vice president; Celia Berman, corresponding secretary; and Marlene Herlands, historian-reporter. Other officers are the Misses Sue Goodman, treasurer; Isabel Pugatsky, recording secretary; and Selma Rubin, counselor. Traubel Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on her radio program tomorrow over station WKAT, 6:15 p.m., will be Helen Traubel, dramatic soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Mme. Traubel appears with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday and Monday evenings. Women Voters Have Orientation An orientation meeting, planned for new and interested members of the Provisional League of Women Voters of Miami Beach, will be held today, 10 a.m.* at the Sea Gull Hotel. Mrs. John Lotz, III, of the Miami League, will speak on the history and functions of the League of Women Voters. Presenting a survey report on. Know Your Town, will be the Mesdames Norman Babel, Julius Brietler, Leila Rosenthal and Herbert Bromberg. The meeting is being planned by Membership Chairman Mrs. Roland W. Granat. Einstein Declines Israel Presidency JERUSALEM — Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's office announced here late Tuesday that Professor Albert Einstein, internationally known physicist and mathematician, had declined the Presidency of Israel. Father And Child Night The Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold its Annual Father and Child Night on Wednesday, November 26th, 6:30 p.m., in Kaplan Hall. In charge of reservations is Hyman Kaplan, 438 SW 8th Avenue. Flamingo I ourl Honors Officers Flamingo Court No 12, Order of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday, November 24th, 7:30 p.m., at 429 Lenox Avenue. Royal Matron Mrs. Saul Meringoff will preside. The Court will honor all Line Officers in the State of Florida. It is also Advancement Night, with Associate Matron Mrs. Nat Serota, Conductress Mrs. Jack Parzen and Associate Conductress Mrs. Paul Zerler presiding. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Serota will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversay at that time. office said that Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban had been instructed to sound out Professor Einstein immediately following the death of Dr. Chain. Weizmann. The famous scientist, aged "3, who was exiled from Germany after the ascension to power of Adolf Hitler, is now associated with the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. Beach Young Adults To Hear Pat Cannon Ed Klein, president of the Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, has announced that the next general meeting will be on Wednesday evening, November 26th, at 8:30 p.m. Program for the evening will consist of a talk on American Foreign Policy to be given by Pat Cannon, Circuit Judge-Elect and former Florida Representative to the US Congress. P^^+^^0^^&^00^^0^^+^^+^yd '^^-^ V^^S^VM V^W M ^V M MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY / Proudly Announces The Opening of Its FIRST ADDITION %  NOVEMBER I, 1*52 Well Planned Perpetmail* Maintained M. B. GARRIS CIVH. AM* COMUUINO ii mm w • IS & W %  r. A V1NUI MIAMI M. FLOIHOA octekw rr, ins ssos w. It* ttroot Mlml, Florid. taUmi upon thlA or—t. It M* Urn our plA.Aur. to ta... .-.Ad A. your toils-" •lac* your orlglno. eaat.ry • OPABAA In 141. .. too. ho. AArAfully y-hAT. *m*'^"£2£*T ml that if MU eontlnoo to ka ono of tho oAt 6-utirui urn Mil PIAJUAS c—t.ri.. in th. country. tin—o Allocation with you. Slacoroly, V. >. -rril W/IW 5505 N.W. 3rd Street OUR COUNSELLORS ARE AVAILABLE TO ADVISE ON THE SELECTION OF SITES WE MNViTE YOUR MNSPECTiON Phone 87-8201 Miami, Florida



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PAGE4 A FRIDAY rJeaHSfr ftar&ian CT. u '"V"' matte, Jtf, ^jc. ,t th PM< ,_M .V j r"" ,ft ='">" abio'Ms t- je„.th C"*J-1 t s ISOt FRED K. SHOCHTT E ditor and Publisher FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21 1952 I Volume 26 Number 47 \ LEO MINDUN News Editor K:s!ev 3, 5713 Kt'ii-I.iirions Calendar (.int-r.il \agnib'* Prayer Prime Minister o: Israel David Ben-Gunon has become practiced in hurling charges cri the Zionist Organization of Americc. This, in itself, is BO great accomplishment. Invective hcs travelled the Aticr.tir between the new state's spokesman and the ZCA before. Indeed, insinuation, inuendo ar.d blanket criticism have on occasion touched hands :n mid-ocecn as they crossed paths ;r. return trips from West to East. Most remarkable about Ben-Gurion > moments of outburst := the riTPOmlill of their ocC-ir:er.ce L;s: yea: ~: about th-s time r.e charged the Zionist Organisation of America with spiritual bankruptcy*. Jewish leadership here rose to the occasion and ignored the Prime Minister i pointed ariticisn holding their idenurkration with brae] and its rapid upbuilding ..-. higher regard than personal cc: ogam. Early conflict B-t Ben-Gurioo has done last week %  eats 12 Htonlbe after his most serious locking :: harm with the ZOA. he ccc '-^&part of me orcon-zction with trving to emeai the S:r-e :: Israel." V.'e venture Ic wonder us: what part the venerable Prime Minister means. If he is bent upon continuing his annual attacks, then he ugh! -.iecs: re iess vague. Rabbi Irving MiBer ZOA president, put .; rather succinctly. "I respectfully suggest that the time has come to present specific instcnces of which this charge and previous statements bv you are cased." the Rabb: said. lust now more ill-timed can Ben-Gurion's attacks become? Or. both occasions, he arousec American Zionism's ire precisely when kKkoff affairs of the United Jewish Appeal end Bonds of Israel Government were being .canned on a national level. Now, he has ceded a new wrinkle. Ben-Gunon has chosen to become critical even as Jewish leaders here are scheduling c Jerusalem conference for the purpose of strengthening American Zionism. Should such irresponsible remarks continue without explanation. Rabbi Miller may verv well refuse to attend Indeed, he has hinted at this possiouiry r Such a turn of events might do irreparable harm to Israel. Perhaps, before excessive heat .s further passed between the ZOA and lei Aviv, it rmgnt be wise to determine at just what point Ben-Gurion ceases representing t-,e sentiments of the new state's Jews. A Su<-<-esfal K>£inning The kickoff affair early last week of the Community Chest's Initial Gifts Div*,on points the way toward a rapidlv concluded tuccessful camoaign. Local businessmen pledged S294.595 at a combined meetinc and dinner held ,„ Miami uiUnffc T l goal has set a ma k 5. C50.000 for the entire area. ee -„H e i?!? FeCther Agenc y has lona **• es.abhshed its importance to communities Last Yom Kippur. Mohammed Naguib. new Egyptian strong men, attended services in a Ccirc Synagogue. With his aovemment coup still warm from the baking ovens of revolution, he prayed for Western acceptance while showing Near Eastern Jewry it had nothing to fear so far as his ascension to power was concerned. At that time dazed King Farouk was taking solace in private swimming pools along the Mediterranean, perheps still hoping that a miracle would call him back to the throne he had so terribly mismancged. But such hope was not forthcoming. Farouk s exiie became a fact in the face of Western silence and the general diplomatic congratulation extended the new Premier. Since then, Naguib has forgotten the hospitality extended him on Yom Kippur. Or perhaps he no longer fears outraging Near Eastern Jewry. Las: week, speaking in the name of the Arab World, he threatened Bonn with severing regions if the West German Government foiled to cancel its agreement with Israel. This hero had best learn both sets of scales we;i. The fortunes of empires are such that he may be back in the Cairo Synagogue before too long. THE CULTURAL BOND Lo*al leader* Recognized The Southern Section, National Jewish Welfare Board, at its annual meeting in New Orelans, Louisiana, recognized three Greater Miami communal leaders by appointinq them to office. Leon Kaplan was named president of the Southern Section for the ensuing year. Mrs Milton Sirkin will assume the duties of vice president, with Mr. Milton Sirkin acting as chairman of the Southern Section Jewish Community Center Centennial Celebration Committee. JWB has done well in its choices. These leaders, we cue certain, will bring credit to the national organization as they unquestionably have to Miami. throughout the United States. Here, in Miami some 22 local organizations look to the chest for funds so that their work in meetinq the needs of our neighbors may continue We are certain that the area's residents will.answer the Red Feather call. Speaking cLTln l f\u G 'ni af,QiT ,ameS LKnigh? chairman of the Chest Campaign Committee said that the Sl.050.000 goal* a realistic^.' MSJZSX hat !<* n ot re P resent *• total needed he nontheless indicated that it was enough to show progress" Support of the Red Feather Agency will n^heTof many MlQmi reS1 ^ ents "ho need help of every sort ranging from financial assistance to social quidance But *.i~'* T port will also emphasize the^uni.y of ou?cSS" mumty he concerted effort of neighbors to aid one another unstintingly. ne ghbors Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN WHO IS PAYING THE BILL? the pious question whether he The recent disclosure by the m h USt reglster as agent for mere American Jewish Committee that pnantoms? The probing sounds i. registered agent in the United ""PJ" 0 8 ""<* it i s obvious that States for the supposedly dis-! """er-Joving gentleman does *olved neo-Nazi Socialist Reich u W k ,or 8lorv ,on Since Party in Germany had sought I, e *! dentl y h Ped for a n afStateDepartment advice whether r iI.' Ve reply from thc State he must register again now that ^P artmen t. the question naturhe must register again now that he has lost contact with the leaders of the movement raises a number of questions. Why has it suddenly occurred to this advocate of neo-Nazism in America to inquire whether he must register if it is true that the party he agented has dissolved? And, further, if the butchers he so adores have really vanished, why ally arises who would pay for his services, the supposedly dead neo-Nazi party or the murderers whose lost contact he so bemoans' Since registered agents don't operate gratis, we wonder: Are there elements in this country ready to pay his bills? As to the scoundrels assertion that he has no knowledge of Nazi atrocities against Jews or of the exisffnee oi crematoria in H.tlernS*S'i2 U •'y Pertinent to note that he seems to have mastered Hitler-, he sis of the b'g A GOOD OMEN %  If there were truth to the comP'a.nt at the Commun.st Party Congress ,„ Moscow about relielion's.ttractmg the youth of the country, the d.sclo^re may M Prove the most encouragnTg bit of news to seep out from behind the iron eurtata for a tor* time Adm.ssu.noffa.lureofindVrVu?: Kp?or 8 i ;iT-| W,,,i0n h ,ds oul u !" f f' ulc ,n ,ht, r directions as well. People generally fhT7 n o rmurntore,, ,on i ne darkest moments of their *. It is indeed a dii„ usloned Z^l hat ^^ a fa th "ther ha^ihe one on which ,t has been i raised — Communism. THE OBSERVER AND BIS By GEOFFREY D PAUL (Chief of the JTA Bureau in Log ICopy-nght. 1952. Jeu-uh Telegraph* Age LONDON — Considered by many i.. the most an Britain's Sunday newspapers and acknowledged bv nxati informed. The Observer has long supported Israel 'and shoL deal of sympathy for the problems and aspirations cf fcl therefore came as a shock last month when The Loads] Standard revealed that clauses in The Observer's TmsM Articles of Association precluded either a Jew or RcaJ from becoming editor or from holding the Highest ptsl paper's administration. It is not often in this country that paper bites sjjL i the publication of this fact must be viewed against thehH I of a recent feud between The Observer and 7:Evtr.njlf parent paper. The Daily Express. It all started with M missing British diplomats Burgess and Maclean The" I ed what was purported to be an interview •-. Mr? j denied having made any statement to The Express and Tkl |er. rushed to the defense of Mrs. Maclean and accused lk| | of infringing on the rights of the individual. There folio* of exchanges between The Express and The Observer j minated in The Evening Standard's surprising revelatw The caluse in The Observer's Trust Deed and Aructal ciatinn actually states that only a person of the Prcesuotj "which expression shall be interpreted in the widest indl leral sense may be a trustee or director, or the editor | i manager of the paper." In Truth, and as far as Jews arei The Observer has only put into words what is the p:eKat| the editorial boards of the British national press. The Observer took the unusual step of exptainJBJ why this clause had been inserted. The purpose, it M ensure that the paper was conducted as an independent I owing allegiance to no sectional organization with spew whether religious or political. In order to preserve this I character of The Observer, it was thought proper by the I of the Trust that the persons carrying ultimate respcM* the paper's conduct and policy should be broadly repress*-, he religious outlook characteristic of Britain as a ? %  try. It may perhaps be noted that in Britain a sirr.ur^ governs the succession to the Throne." The Observer also pointed out that while no Je 4 Catholic could hold the above mentioned p *ts, "it happens* eral prominent and responsible members of t: • : J either Roman Catholic or Jews." The Jewish Chronicle voiced the feelings of n and others who value liberal principles when it stated. "The. n has so liberal a public record and so continuously & against racial an dreligious discrimination anywhere in Wl mat it seems incredible that its own goverance should iJ restrictive measure. Obviously a religious denomination* would be very unlikely to appoint a member of a differ^';' "itn as its editor, but for a general newspaper generally cj so discriminatory a rule i s in the highest degree unforM*! The Evening Standard was not satisfied with The W explanation that, to paraphrase a well-known saying. ^ oest employees are Jews.' and thought The Observer eUl •eying that "it is really for a Jew's own good that he $houM o me highest place on The Observer. He would net be" awe there." It was. added The Evening Standard, on this fee* actions' 0 ,enUle n y ,f lubs ** to PUt -rr ar i! ia ncnUry circles were surprised by the news BJj nT o a ?. Con *rvat,ve M. P. Henry Price, who is nei^M "fr a „l, Ca h l,C ob *ved th at the terms of the Tnist I*fl irankly deplorable." adding. "I should have thought it *] mon ground in this country that we all disapprove strong^ ming which savours of racial or religious discrimination. Fr„m ,t re Was one thi "8 that The Observer did forget. v J" m f latc ^'^ f Q"een Victoria's reign until I* E ,",; 'frowned and edited by a Jewish family faah L i'. U \ Beer


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JQVEMBER 21. 1952 \er Miami -Ivuish Community % r Schedules Ceramien i hiss *Jewis£ncric//a,n PAGE 5 A [ ca class for adults will by the Town Branch ireater Miami Jewish ty Center beginning fright, November 25th, il was announced by Krnshain, adult program chairman. will be Mrs. Marrk. who has exhibited publicly* 0 several octhe Greater Miami arick received her early ceramics in Europe luctcd classes in Italy, i instruct both beginners advanced students in lues of ceramic art, the of useful objects such and bowls and sculpturtramic form. Llk Dance Group of the % anch has chosen Tuesling as its regular Folk lent. Dances of all nafeatured. |nspecial interest activiboys and girls, age 8 to also been opened by the ranch, according to Mrs. Cohen, chairman of the rogram committee. These which will be conductirly on week day afteran after school service, stamp club, woodworklb. photography club, group, dancing class b i class. BO young business and C.nal people gathered last [the Beach Branch, it was |ed by Charles Lippitz, jult committee chairman, lanized the Young Busikl Pr ifessional Group for kl women over 21. Next meeting will be on Thursday night, December 4th. Hostesses for the evening were the Mesdames Leo Huberman, Abraham Cohen, Morris Honigbaum and Morris Liniado. The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Beach Branch is opening its new Fall program. Activities available to the older adults of the community include dances classes Sunday at 1 p.m.; a social Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.; English classes Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m.; a Choral and Dramatic Group. Roller skating for teen-agers will be featured Tuesday evenings, 7:30 p.m., at the Beach Branch. S ll *l?. l !2. 1 lrV! Pn Mrs. Badanes %  o 1 iddfcli Hour Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, will return to the YidDies Here At 71 Kane Shapiro Sonntag Opens Kosher Restaurant Joining the ranks of Beach restaurants opening this month is the Sonntag Kosher Restaurant, located at 1417 Washington Avenue. The new dining establishment will open its doors on Wednesday, November 26th, at 4 p.m. A well known figure in Miami Beach catering circles, Mr. A. H. Sonntag will be associated with Mr. Nathan Findling, noted restaurateur. Mr. Sonntag, operator of Sonntag Kosher Caterers, has served for many years both the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Congregation Beth Jacob. Banquets and conventions catered by him locally included the Hebrew Academy dinners, the United Synagogue Youth Convention which met here in August, and the Southeastern Conference of Orthodox Rabbis in the spring. Among the famous visiting personages to whom he has catered were Rabbi Herzog, Chief Rabbi of Israel; Rabbi Yehuda Unterman. Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv; Dr. Samuel Belkin'and Dr. Joseph Lookstein, of Yeshiva University. The Sonntag Kosher Restaurant will be under supervision of both the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and the Beth Jacob Vaad. Mr. Sonntag has announced that the premises, which will always be open to the public for inspection, will have a Mashgiach present at all times. Mrs. Jenny Badanes, of 126 SW 9th Avenue, passed away Thursday afternoon, November 13th, at her residence following a long illness. She was 71. Born in Manchester, England, Mrs. Badanes came to America in 1904. leaving her parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Miller, there. In 1906, she married Morris Badanes in Key West, Florida, and subsequently came to Miami in 1914, where she resided ever since. Mrs. Badanes was a charter member of the Beth David Synagogue and a member of the Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood. She was also active in the formation of the Jewish Home for the Aged here. She is survived by her husband, Morris; one son, Samuel; three daughters, Mrs. Edna Atkins, Miss Florence Badanes and Mrs. Bernice Phillips, all of Miami. She i also leaves six granddaughters and a brother, Sol Miller, of New as news commentator and inter| York City. viewer. ^*" Services were on Friday at the i Gordon Funeral Home, with RabNasatir also announced the apj bj Mrfx shapiro officiating. Inpointment of Harold Kane as terment was on Woodlawn Park music advisor. I Cemetery. dish Classical Hour on Sunday, November 23rd, 1:15 p.m., over radio station WINZ. according to an announcement early this week by Morris Nasatir, program director. Shapiro will be heard in a new feature entitled: Meet Your Neighbor. He has long been associated with the Yiddish Hour Mrs. Jenny Badanes Tifereth Israel Men Meet On Wednesday The Men's Club of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet on Wednesday evening, November 26th. 8 p.m., at the enter. .'adis. Jewish National national representative c.iived in Miami to orthe area's Zionist for participation in the •vide Memorial Tribute : %  Chaim Weizmann. plans a Forest of the •enl to immortalize the and first President of new Jewish state. f/i El Sisters in I slirnl sisterh tod of Congregalh El are preparing a Moon Ball Festival r Sunday, November : the Dora August I Hall. en have been invited "fair, according to Mrs. 'Plan, chairman. Assisting the Mesdames Al ZisSidney Palm,5 rnstein, Max Rapparv R senberg, Max SilKornstein and Ed Schus>£: Shapiro Lectures ^crth Shore Center Max Shapiro, of Con1 Beth David, will dethird in a series of lecby the Men"s 'he N,,rth Shore Jewish "i Wednesday, Novem80 p.m. Rabbi Sha, *"< discuss: The Growth -lopment Of Conservatism And Its Dynamics Form Toon Age Club At Tifereth Israel Onter In order to promote activity among teenagers of the northwest section and to facilitate the meeting of new friends, a new Teen Age Club has been formed at the Tiferth Israel Northside Center. The group will be officially known a s TAC—Teen Agers Canteen. Already scheduled by them is the forthcoming Variety Show at the Center on December 21st. Jerome Schulman is advisor to the group. Recently elected officers were Jerry Burke, president; Gwen Stone, vice president: Judy Robinson, secretary: Larry Iserson. treasurer; and Arlene Alfh and Marilyn Kutin, corresponding secretaries. St. John liook To tie Reviewed Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Club of Miami, will hold a Book Review on Tuesday evening, November 25th. 8 p.m. at the Congregation Beth El Auditorium. Rabbi David Shapiro will review the book, Tongue Of The Prophet, by Robert St. John A musical program is scheduled to follow, featuring Miss Ruth Brotman and Miss Anyuta MclieoV at the piano. Guest speaker will be Miss Bee Jaffer, Pioneea Women Council chairman, according to an announcement by Miss Ruth Uliss. cultural chairman. The review is part of the Jewish Book Month. In Miami... Breakstone's NEW LOW PRICE -19 / a container ^aDER FLAVOR! Yogurt *0*Z <&•***" 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 l/ Mew Children's Delight! •I££I %  > Y OGURT Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th SU, Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 6 A fJmist Heritor FRIDAY c^tttcilu j VeufU&t* HELEN ALPERT "SCNGS FOR SALET" ,•*.{£* Pitched interest hit all amateur song writers in South Flor: with the announcement of a new organisation dedicated to :heir help. Its name will be. reportf spark-plug Ben Arnold probably ICPA — Independent Composers and Publishers Association. Bens address is Zi 15 Polk St. Holly wood. FT*. He s a swell gent, with an Irishman s blue •T* 5 **"* infectious grinholds a maintenance post with Ludlum. But his heart beats with songwriting. He donated to the American Legion, for convention music, his song Sleep. Solder Sleep — and was inspired to write "Wake Dp America following the bombing of KnfcatM Manor. Whipping right or. beside '-:—. was Charlie Rosenberg s bass fiddle Mainstay of the rr?w group is Miami s Ed Braun. secretary. His address is IIS] S-W. iSth St. Braun $ interest is as wholehearted, for Mrs. Shirley Braun bom in Israel u an accomplished musician, and high-school daughter Terry. steady at 17 is winning plaudits for her rocals and rorr.:positions. Indeed. Miami Conservatory $ Carl Beyer was so gripped by Terry s Gershwin quality he s orchestrating one beautiful thing' himself — Crer 5X people hare written in. asking what s coming next. oereports a hugs meeting is m the works. They anticipate b -.Icing a recording studio to help songs get wrapped up right ::ci plugging. Their Eig hope is the Big Tim*. OM TOUR: H Letter --• ..-.._._.._ .. .. A shes the G i M it-all their phone Ba -. jr i shoot track shots fat '_ "' %  %  %  Kaye %  i '• r i still leased, the Kayes have ted over tli bait | N : '-' il OB October '"' %  ~ -%  ^r and ru '. e forgot i put pasta* Bampi B the amusingly %  .%  : utnooDce— (Maybe ~ : %  '" : But I P !" < r not I think 5-I prefer Postmer trudging ., •-.. >:r ^:j. duttfuH] ;-:; %  '•; %  _• %  : • %  -. %  ....... ._; fork over. This news %  j. 4 .'y : r -'-" %  --" •' %  %  wnk BABY S.TTERS: at II ami Be* ~ .-put n in v „ .. ._-.. 5 w ^ n ba' And .rl ka-. .; -e • ~ need a b-bj ---.-:T %  %  tafe." : : %  : -.".-59.STUDIO M A new wnnx.es awafeai fcr tr.eaire-goerv Its a Prevue of %  --•e^ — w^ ,_ %  -%  =*-=* •-=• premaere. theatxe: -^Tll ~ *aakaa tne George Keathley effort. On. n^a-rsTLiTw. r ^ S£ "* _* •** %  ^ **— Wapner. Murrav He trothal Told Mrs. S [Grand ;an and Miami announced the -._ :. aKtv .^_i %  • DonMurfaj fr Wapnei nSthei .the Late • : oner Mi Mum) is the soc I M r ':.; V. %  U : : The ri de e lect f Miami S^-. r H..S ty of MiMr Murray arm rrid.itei :: n Erasmus H^.. .N>A V r< and received iegT*? i—. Mew V .-.< L'mve • A Jaataarj w e dc h ng ptanned :.-. Miami Andrea Nelson, Paul I)i a L;n.(lerdale: Bride Wears Q^J Mr. and Mrs Emanue! P. NeUo r ,, nounce the marriage of their dausjht#i %  '*'*< FL s.^n of Mr. and Mrs Max Diamond f -.'•*** to N| Sunday evening. November 9th. Rab' v Ud :d **H a: the double-ring ceremony held in TeinnU £ R a, derdale. %  ^o^ou-i Sol taa) a s Dana Wells, with Mrs Dana Wells at the organ. Given in marriage by her or. the bride was attired in C ^rted chantilly lace over satin ::ed bodice, illusion neckand long sleeves drawn to • nal p lati over the hands A .^pel train of chantilly lace the gown. Her cloche I] e of snatching lace m•n elbow-length veil of : t-ree white orstreamers of stepoan :.Aa >methmg old. the Id a handkerchief of lace. ^e by her grandmother and carried oy her mother at her %  Mid f honor A-as Miss Anna Da.-.: Ls. of Hollywood, attired in i waltt-lencth gown of rose-ori.Tidescent silk shantung e^-br-icrei with pearU and pa:!:et'.es Her bouquet was a casI p:r.k sweetheart roses. Br:aesmaids were the Misses GDld:e Diamond, of Fort Lauderdale, usaar of the groom: Veva Baxer. Dania: Lenore Cook. Mi' D au! DwaJ ami: and Joyce Glantt Miami <-. The, were atured ,n ideng,?.. %  £ Rimers Host Oneg Shabbat Toniffhl You find Marric ia s: Edu;.^-^. ^Ir^n Z?Z? eUSlfrJSS! ---•ocuenons for radio, ree-ree fUms. 9ous Tnang^ The only one absec; was Tennessee Williams, athe nK.ST. H ^. M J?a2tS£5aV= IF YOU CRAVE to r-ub elbcw, with history, u easaer than ^nec B*Mm on the Inter-Amencan Center Authority £ earn Ma, -e Panama CanaL m. big facts: !T*2i ^! ~*t W75 rniaion. Tb. tm: || yea,, ,—, _f*^ !"! --^Annte : -"-' E; S sVe A PP*"-— of *PP- n Dave ; wen. He and h M eifi aanke ;_ -""^ AA THEY RE HEATTKG UP the phone line, urgino famed Mam *****> := hurry bee. fro. Chicago. foTnwT ^ ^ T re suo^esting no, toe sufctlr ,t sfcou^l he ^r.-ed by a ton of her remarks, biinl^ Te-^y ITS -ajMtad some home^anned grape j.Uaes. ri' 'LT!^ = =dy wants the rest of her to arr-re. Mamm, Hettei, k TSfTE so=s_mother. They ^ch tara, a pri for S^ woaf 2* taM. got fascinated aTawaracn when Dr aad Mrs. Lao Wool iwIL Mnijpiai skipped an item in last week's column: Here, the For an U l l lli In amai fc. n.ilaik, -.~S oL your narrator o Mrs wdham SteinnM^xlShm"'!" r servxe. assm.ng the teachers." w*n rc .:h S :diJ I^nd. New ^ork. the br.de has :u ^ ., %  r: ^.derdiitj resided m Hollywood for the past a buffet ,upper ai sN tftree years. She attended Jamaica the com:.„ [ tha] Higft Scnjol and graduated from trip, the c .:,xii: resni bouth Broward H.gh School. 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Y. NOVEMBER 21. 1952 *Jewist fhrM^r PAGE 7 A 5 Irow irt Beckerman [Mitzvah Here Lrt Beckerman, son of Mr. |r;. Samuel Beckerman, 765 50th Street, Miami Beach, will become Bar [Mitzvah tomormorning, November 22nd. M 10:45 a.m., a t ;lremple Beth I Shblom. The Bar Mitzj /ah is a student in the 8th grade j it Nautilus Junfc5, ior High School and received his religious trainBtth Sholom. He is also of the Boy Scouts of a. pel ption in his honor will j the ceremony. A dinner | eduled for Sunday evening | Monte Carlo Hotel, gift purchased by the Irmans for the Bar Mitzvah SI.000 Israel Bond. The student, who will continue kligious training at Beth (in. has turned the bond over triple officials. tn si will be used to aid ^privileged children. At maj, the money will go toward tunhase of a Torah. rktrman \brew School ttera To Hold >mber*hip Tea Annual Membership Tea Miami Hebrew School and regstion Sisterhood will be [at Me Synagogue on TuesN vember 25th, according announcement by Mrs. EdB( s ner, president, imbtrs and guests will be I'd y Mrs. Eugene Glass•' %  m bership chairman bi Si non April, spiritual tr. will be principal speaker. kc ins to Mrs. Simon Ap%  n chairman, the theme %  i ;ram will be: Thanks%  >;: '."d Chanuka. Particips; wij] be Mrs. Isadore Fogel, |a< lirrop. Michael Blank, S in. Cantor Berele Kel'.' %  '.. x Newberger and Ben n bsti -.-s include the Mesdames lii Becker, Matilda Berger, jCouhon, Peter Duchon, Sam In S uley Heiken and Jack Personally Speaking Dr. Herman H. Ofseur, of Brooklyn, New York, is visiting his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. S Denner, 4431 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach. •it it ft Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zalis of 3230 SW 22nd Terrace, announce the birth of their daughter, R ,c'.ielle Jilly, at Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Zalis is the former Miss Barbara Osobow, of Boston, Massachusetts. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Osobow. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and | Mrs. Joe Zj'.is. of 1668 SW 14th Terrace. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, own\ ers and operators of Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina, have returned here for the j winter season. They are at home to their friends at 2180 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. ft ft ft Returned home from a sixmonth stay at their summer home in Peekskill. Mew York, are Dr. and Mrs. B. Pemsler, of 13640 NW 5th Court, North Miami, ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Teitler, of 6357 SW 14th Street, celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary last Saturday evening at the Colony Restaurant. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teitler, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teitler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teitler and Miss Bea Teitler. Congratulations were received from sons, Manny, of Springfield, Massachusetts, and Al, of Ossining, New York. Donald Chait Assists At His Bar Mitzvah Donald Chait, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chait, 756 Navarre, Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The Bar Mitzvah is an outstanding leader in the Boy Scout movement here, as is his father Academy Women View Fashions Members of the Hebrew Academy Women held their first Membership Tea and Reception of the season on Wednesday afternoon at the Cromwell Hotel. A fashion show, featuring models of the Academy Women and Margaret Newman fashions, highlighted the program. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of the group, presided. The Mesdames Herbert Cohen, Samuel Cohen and Irving Firtel served as cochairmen. Mrs. Ceil Adams served as commentator, with Mis. Jack Donnerstae;, director of musical education at the Academy, accompjnyine the show on the piano. Serving as models were the Mesdames Peggy Kaplan, Roy Sitomer, Regina Steinberg, Dan Harrison, R. Steinberg and B. Rovinger. Gables Sisters Fete Fourth Birthday Four candles will flicker on. Monday, November 24th, to signify the fourth birthday of the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. A gala ceremony will get underway at 8:30 p.m., to celebrate the event. Cantor Irving Robinson will intone the opening prayer, with Rabbi Morris A. Skop also participating in the program. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Lexi Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. tent 11 V (ni. th< bleu. tt t: llth : Ibo. fii i w, in kill1: lab:.. |<'n i I lor, pyn f Sti |k Ci rains, Teen-Agers iew New Film %  and teen-agers may i nswer to some of the arising in their famil• meeting of The Mental > %  ciety on Monday, No--;th, 8:15 p.m., when the Farewell To Child%  %  '. be shown for the first Miami at the Board of •-ruction Auditorium. Joseph R. Narot, Eduirman, will act as modThe discussants are Dr. Gardner, psychiatrist, %  ey Milledge, a parent, -nan, a teen-ager, and Sheeley, a teen-ager. Junior Hadassah Has Fashion Show On Sunday, November 23rd, 2:30 p.m.. the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will present its gala Dessert-Fashion Show at the Sherry-Frontenac Hotel. Mrs. Edith Appelbaum, coordinator, will act as commentator. Proceeds will go to Meier Shfeyah, the children's village in Israel that is supported by Junior Hadassah throughout the country. JoAnn Shier, chairman, said that modeling will be done by members of the Unit. Janet Sklaw will entertain during the afternoon, and Sandra Shier will provide music. --WWWW Sadye G. Rose 3 CORAL WAY hone 43-0781 Greeting Card* for All Occasions • Stationary Napkins and Matches ruin or Personalised • Paper Table Covers i-l Towels • a.ft Wrapping and Ribbons • Toys and Party Favors • School Supplies • Oifts • -iliie in (HI service for %  ar>%..*'' "!B? n tS ">! Invitations Thermojraphed Printed Melvin Hecht Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hecht, 403 S W12th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, 9 a.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and respond. A 7th grade student at the Ada Merritt Junior High School, the Bar Mitzvah is a member of the School Band and president of his class. He is also an accomplished musician, performing on the piano and having been a member of the Kneseth Israel Choir. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony. On Sunday evening, a dinner will be held in the Bar Mitzvah's honor at the Syrian American Club. Guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher, New York, uncle and aunt: Mrs. Rose Borkin, Miami, aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glantz, Detroit, uncle and aunt; and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bragman, Detroit, uncle and aunt. Parents of the Bar Metzvah, Mr. and Mrs. Hecht, together with Mrs. Borkin, and Mrs. Ben Goldberg, are founders of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center here. AUGUST BEOS.~SjqF |A Name To Remember De-Joy Ceramics, Inc. r MIAMI: 22t N.K. 2nd Ave. | MIAMI BEACH: 741 Dad. Blvd. CERAMIC UPPLIES SCHOOL OF CERAMIC* Call ••••BSO r 5.52SS Donald Chait who is now a District Gommisioner. An Eagle Scout of Troop 38 and a member of the Ponce de Leon Junior High School Band, he is also a Journalism Club Feature Writer and a three-year student at the Coral Gables Jewish-Center Religious School. The Bar Mitzvah will assist Rabbi Morris A. Skop at the Friday and Saturday service. He will interpret the Bible Portion dealing with the blessing of the Patriarch, Jacob. Mr. and Mrs. Chait will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday and at the Kiddush on Saturday. Cantor Irving Robinson and Leon Schiff. Choir Master will direct the Center Choir in Lewandowski's Hallelujah and Binder's V'shomru Sabbath Hymns. I'lun Chanuka Fete For Vein Announcement was made this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Jewish Chaplain at the Pratt Veterans Hospital, that the third Annual Chanuka Party and Program will be held on Sunday, December 14th, at 7 p.m., in the Hospital Chapel. Organizations cooperating in presenting each veteran with a Chanuka package include the Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith Lodge and Auxiliary, West Miami Jewish Center, Coral Gables Jewish Center and National Jewish Welfare Board. Rabbi Skop will speak on the historical significance of the [.Chanuka Festival. Cantor Irving Robinson will bless the candles to be placed in an eight-foot Menorah on the stage. Leo Steinman will act as chairman of the affair. Masada Turkey Trot Miami Beach Masada will hold its Third Annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Eve, 9 p.m., at the Nautilus Hotel. Gil Rappaport and Lillian Baris are co-chairmen of the affair. FOR RENT In a charming private residence, a nice bedroom with twin beds, separate entrance, also kitchen privileges. S40 per month. 60 S.W. 58th Ct. Ph. 87-8153. Bus 11. i —————^—^—^—^— SINGLE WOMAN, Clean & Neat. DESIRES POSITION as companion to elderly person. Good home preferred to large salary. Will piepare meals. Mrs. A.. 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Well Known Restaurateur On Wednesday, November 26th. at 4 p.m. 1417 WASHINGTON AVENUE Where the Finest Kosher Food at Reasonable Rates will be Served Under Supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and also Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth MASHGIACH ON PREMISES AT ALL TIMES



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PAGE cA Amstfkriitir Our UN Newsletter Savings And Loan l.catiiif* ("onvom^i II iTi" Lor I on lab "NITET NATIC XS I gates L I thai F S I %  %  I %  r.ve*>. „n Ajsoei the Secret %  • %  %  %  %  • %  • Si at 1 : the Ai %  ex. • ~I p nb%  •%  • E %  n except -. • the : %  ..... -< %  %  -Pfc.-. *. 1 .1 %  : : • • led 1 Mondai | Novemleieftta %  *.'.. be :... %  -• %  R tt riee : :. I M i mer J B ,: | :D> 1 •• • iir: concerned over 1 1 : -"• T Bank lent United Loan Leagu H • I• :;.' "•' %  Holt I Bank H e len Traubel will appear with the University eJ MBBIBI rr.ony Orchestra at the Beach Auditorium cSu-:r.er ing. November 23rd. and at the Dade Co---. Auditorae* Monday evening. November 24th. The all-Wagner ^xe w;ii feature the Metropolitan Opera soprano is two sen Trsume end Schmerxen; Dich Teure Ha^e t:;rr. Trrj^rjt zr.i the Liebestod. from Tristan and Isolde The or:;esr. iindoi the direction of John Bitter, will be heard :.-. rectboj Prelude to Act III, Lohengrin; Siegfried's Rhine louroeytOw tun to Etionat Overture to Tannhauser and Dcnce of'&jA) a—iBc—. from Die Meistersincer. -.ce pre s kl e n t %  £< and Ljan Lei. v Let xecuuve -rector. •"' %  %  SeJ .-. state* ""' Sawinfi and Loan Fj^ndation. Inc. New Orleans Police Break Up Gang Of Youthful "Nazi Storm Troopers' 'Continued f-on Poo* 1A ( w ithaggr.. tteryaBjRJ extent of oub-1' 7 •*•" banquet the situation." Sehulta declared. P a f !" g ^^ Jtod to lake place on Mo.-.the evident failure of ntir.^. %  -- •immjsintion. Aaaeaagaa DK Spier Views Child Problems At Gables prev"c^ r catcpfijcn riad DT s, ...< .. P on and off %  movii t train, break a I street ufhta and hit *• : • % %  %  ••-•'. i brfc -. In the mctet rinMniunk New. Orleans police f ound 4.000 rounds ::ber the merr.bers North Shore B'nai B'ritk Holds Dance Sunday 3 ** C -. W#c atenv S %  .-<*• ipa#ex -3 -r>-<^i ertahafW f .lr^' ;-e ~eturai o.-^j • nnllP%  -: n ?• rseke %  •' %  -" -Sd I during %  *• •" %  • %  • % %  'Sabla x.lon North SI > r i nwn i nritto n. shot, Bnth w :; aan.t: -rtment of Drift*-j R the H*J ::--•;. tojoaaaj to rail-j Hotel on Su %  % %  '-' % %  %  -•; • rougn Mew| WBb :3ra ; -., hao already oeen traced Sld A '" cererr... r..< -'•• "„. troopers and one jr ,. M:> y... the boys has been charged Maurice Uch1 • I .. %  • 7 %  %  %  Gafion i>y l Hwii i % %  D. Eis" • r : V coun 51 : %  t-elect I tarial electi .-. comment by the.agrev t. to %  -' %  : '/? ::F Stores vir-ual'y storx normal business routine & ternporarv headquarters tr.ere. _^ ~y horn the 20 Foci Fem Store* : *T2 Tt Lruderdale and West Palm Beech, as^i, mmemnm oa.ee. Food Fair penodically ages Blood DonatKa^



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>AY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952 lyers Will Address IFWF Assembly At iston Meet Today feosTON — Stanley C. Myers, Tpminent Miami Jewish leader, 111 take a featured role in the 1st General Assembly of the fcuncil of Jewish Federations fd Welfare Funds, which opens day at the Hotel Statler here, %  was announced by Julian Freean, Indianapolis, CJFWF presikn'.. The Assembly concludes on pnday, November 23rd. Myers, past president of the Ur'WF, will deliver a major Hdress at the Saturday night fcsion on Basic Needs And DiIctions In American Jewish lie. He will also preside at the |eiting where the CJFWF 1953 idget and Dues Schedule will reviewed. |In iiddition, 10 other Miamians ill participate in the confern i They include Herbert clu-r. Morris Klass, Abe Kurn. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, HarThurman, Sidney Ansin, Al imanor, Mike Gcttinger, Mauri Pi arlstein and George J. Talff. At the Assembly, more than delegate! from Jewish communities throughout the United t;.tes and Canada will under|ke a full examination of Amer^n Jewry's worldwide Jewish expansibilities and draft plans to leel obligations in Israel, overe. md at home. Lppointed Consultant NEW YORK — Jeannette S. Bidman, president of the Interil Press of America, has •en appointed consultant for the lationality Groups at an Annual |>uncheon held in the Town Hall lb here. HOTEL KAMA/ S. Dining Room (Open to the Public) STRICTLY KOSHER FOOD PTwmn ;o pmrnw Catering Service Available Itubhi ef Ant HP I and S. Silber 146 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. 58-2665 — 5-9127 Please Call For Reservations Hebrew School To Install Officers Forthcoming installation of the newly-elected officers of the Miami Hebrew -School and Congregation was announced this week by H. M. Drewich, president. Installing officer and principal speaker will be Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader. The program will include musical selections by Cantor Berele Kelemer. Toastmaster is Edward Becker. In charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Ben Sokoloff, Nat Coulton, Hershey Glantz, Dave Kleber and Ida Meltzer. Pan American In New Quarters The Pan American Bank of Miami early Monday opened its doors at its new quarters, 250 SE 1st Street. One of the largest bank moves ever to take place in the South concluded at 9:30 a.m., when Pan American's depositors were welcomed at new, ultra-modern quarters there. Ground was broken for the bank's new quarters late in 1951, when it became evident that the old facilities were no longer adequate for handling Pan American's ever increasing flow of business. The new building provides for Auto Teller's Windows and Sidewalk Teller's Windows for the convenience of depositors. The four Auto Teller's Windows are located along a special drive-in entrance on SE 1st Street. The sidewalk windows are on SE 2nd Street, with a special lobby protecting depositors in the event of rain. Bank officials indicated here that the Safe Deposit Department contains a vault door which is the heaviest in the South, weighing some 50 tons. Added for depositors' comfort are a Customers' Lounge and Special Service Department. Pan American was established here on December 1, 1945, with resources totalling $2,200,000. Its current resources are valued at $29,100,000. This is a fair indication of the bank's growth, of the service it has offered Miamians and of the faith private and financial depositors are placing in Pan American, officials said here. ****** nekton PAGE 9 A THE MAYFAIR ACADEMY For Little Folks • Nursery • Pre-School • Kindergarten Also Room Hoard by Day. Week. etc. ARCS 2 Year* Up. I'ndcr Ex<'cii**nt Supervision. 9500 Bay Harbor Terrace Ph. 86-8079 ADAMS HEALTH CENTER FLORIDA'S NEWEST AND FINEST Best Nursing care, Reg. Nurse 24 Hrs. Good food at low cost is our primary thought for our patients. Special Attention to OrIhopedie, and Paraplegics. Rates start at $30. Special Rate for organizations. Ph. 88-6332 • 195 W. 27th St., Hialeah 128 Beds New All-Foam Mattresses and Pillows TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS ABSTRACTS FRANKLIN Title Guaranty Corp. announces The Opening of its New Offices in the Franklin Tills Guaranty Building 740 71 st Street MIAMI BEACH Phones 86-3561 — 86-7167 — 86-2689 Accurate, Prompt, Dependable Service Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) WASHINGTON — Special consideration for present or former Nazis contained in the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act will permit an interesting variety of European Anti-Semites to enter the United States after December 24th. The act bcomes operative on that date. The pro-Nazi provision was justified by Conguss on the ground that extreme right-wing groups do not constitute any threat to this country. By a new definition of "totalitarian party," rank and file members who willingly joined the Nazi, Fascist and Falangist parties of Hitter. Mussolini and Franco no longer will be considered undesirable. However. Communists will be strictly excluded and ex-Reds and suspected "fellow-travellers" must meet rigid requirements. The Associated Press has reported from Frankfurt, Germany, that the new law will give an opportunity to emigrate to the United States to 4,000 Germans previously barred because of their Nazi records. United States consular officials estimated that about twothirds of the applications may be approved. It was also considered likely that man Nazis who did not apply for visas before, because they knew they would not be accepted, may now apply. Germany is favored in the "quota system" legalized by the McCarran-Walter Act. The yearly quota for Germans is vastly larger than the quotas for the French, Italians and other nationalities which suffered from the Nazi regime. The new definition of "totalitarian parly" in the immigration law states: "The term 'totalitarian party' means an organization which advocates the establishment in the United Slates of a totalitarian dictatorship or totalitarianism." The key phrase is "in th' United States." Nazi and similar Fascist groups are not considered by the government to advocate the establishment of totalitarianism in the United States. That is the interpretation givsn in regulations now being drafted, according to Robert C. Alexander. Assistant Chief of the State Department Visa Division. Alexander said that some individual Nazi leaders might be excluded, but for the rank and file "this idea of class guilt is out." Simultaneously, in Washington, plans were being prepared for importing former Nazi Lultwaffe pilots and other German military personnel to the United States for training in American camps as a cadre for the new German army. No answer could be gotten from the Defense Department to the question of whether SS and SA elements would be screened out. Meanwhile, in New Orleans, th FBI was called in to smash a juvenile Nazi Storm Troopers Club. The gang had a cache of 4.000 rounds of ammunition, shotgun shells and 35 knives. If use the swastika of Hitler's Germany and issuod membership cards in German. Each applicant for membership was required to prove his worth by breaking a certain number of street lights, hitting %  Negro with a brick, and jumping on and off a fast-moving train. Not long ago, a similar group attempted to burn a Synagoque in Philadelphia. In Germany, the Nazis indicated progress toward a political comeback. Ex-General Wilhelm Schepmann, last chief of Hitler's Storm Troopers, was elected to district and city council seats. According to observers quoted in the New York Times. Schepmann's victory was facilitated by the publication of his photograph in full storm troop uniform with medals. Several other former Nazis were elected at the same time to other local offices in three important West German state elections. Small Fascist parties piled up a total of 1.862.757 voles in Lower Saxony. This did not include the number of extreme rightwing votes which went to the larger established parties. For some time, there have been reports that former members of the Socialist Reich Party, most of them also former members of the SS. have been organizing in North Rhone-Westphalia. In other points, SS veterans met and openly condemned the United Stales. AntiSemitic songs are being sung once more in the beer halls. The State Department was so busy begging Germany to re-arm that it took no effective action to block the resurgence of Nazism. In fact, the neV visa regulations would facilitate the movement of Nazi propagandists between Germany and the United States. These developments substantiated a forecast of a possible return of Nazism by John J. McCloy. former US High Commissioner, in his final report to the State Department. Mr. McCloy said that "the all-prevailing power of the National Socialist regime has left many former officials with a longing for a return to power." This element and the "undercurrent of extreme nationalism" that has pervaded German political life in the past "might form a combination willing again to set Germany off on another disastrous adventure," McCloy said. Eban Charges Arabs Tactics At UN; Jibes (Continued from Page 1 A) er to the world. And he added that there was no way of relieving tensions except by agreei ments. He noted that the agenda of the Assembly was full of Arab complaints. "Fellow delegates, here we are, 54 nations full of sin, while the Arab states stand out full of virtue," he said. Syrian Foreign Minister Zafir el Rifai told the Assembly that the indemnification being paid by West Germany to Israel was "contrary to all norms of public and private law." He cited this as an example of the "disordered" way in which this "community" which was regarded as a state in the United Nations was conducting itself. He claimed that Israel was "incapable of behaving as a state." Door Open Meanwhile, the Arab states, With "Blackmail" League As Sinless which threatened to break off economic relations with West Germany if the German-Israeli reparations agreement is ratified by the Bonn Parliament, left the door open for diplomatic talks on this subject, it was revealed in Bonn, following the publication of the full text of the note which the Arab League governments sent to the Bonn Government. It was also announced in Bonn that the W* st German Government will send delegations to Arab capitals to negotiate "problems arising from the conclusion and execution" of the GermanIsraeli pact. The announcement was made apparently to appease the Arabs and to comply with their request for "diplomatic conversations" a* expressed in their note. Form ClvU; Group Here Thomas J. Wood, Jr., has been named president of the newlyorganized Greater .Miami Foundation for Civic Education. The group plans to do research into all local governmental problems, agencies and procedures. Facts will then be made available through speakers, radio programs, the press and television. Other officers include Reverend Edward W. Ullrich, treasurer; Max H. Friedson, executive secretary; and Frederick B. Routh, secretary. Forest Companions Meet: Hear Supreme Deputy The local chafer of the Companions of the Forests of America will meet on December 3rd. 8 p.m., according to an announcement this week by Shirley B. Kahn. Guest speaker will be Supreme Deputy Mrs. Alberta Weeks, of Sarasota, Florida. LEGAL HOT1CE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN ill.undersigned, desiring to engag. business under the fictitious name L-l'CKY SEVEN BAR, al 843-845 K. Tih Avenue, Miami. Fht,. Intendii register mid name with the Clerk in.* Circuit Court "f Dade Coun Florida. MEYER HIEGEI ELI BREGER Attorney foi Applicant 215 Lincoln Road Miami Bench 11 21-28 12 5-12 lat !'l ..1 w. to f ty. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious nami "f ACE RADIO, at 1114 N. W. ?th Av... Miami, intends t. rejglstei said name with the Cierk ol the Circuit Court of Dade Counlv, Florida. ROHKRT B. CLIFTON 11/14-21-28 — 12/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirine to oncac.in business under the fietitioua name of VOLUNTEER NEWSPAPER, al 227 N. E. 1st Avenue. -Miami, intendto register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ARTHf% I. ISECKER.M \ S" 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name "I '1: A Hi; A IN 11 A s E M E N T an ade County, 1'iorida. t the Hononihie County Judges ol l>ade County, and file the sain.in then offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, ulthin eight calendar months from the dHte of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he harred. Date November 18th, A l> 1952, ADOLPH MENDEL As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of HELEN SCHWARTZ. 11 RSI : JOSEPH W. MALEK 350 Lincoln Road Miami Hoach, Florida Attorney for Adoiph Mendel, Exei itor II '21-28 12 .-|-I2 IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IIM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S46S7 IIENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES. Plaintiff. HELEN ELIZABETH SWAUTJES. I efend int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJKS. Defendant e/o Tlllle Jooley, 14Ti Lexington Place, Elisabeth, New Jersey You sre hereby notified that a Bill' of Complaint for Divorce has I &f -.-r* filed against you, and you are required'to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill pf Complaint on KOVNER MANNHEIM ER. 420 Lincoln Road, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before December.IS. 1*52; If you -fail to do so. judgment by default will he taken against you for rhe relief demanded in -the 1*11' of Cam plaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th day of Nttvembei AD. 1952. E. B. WEATHERMAN". Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) liy: R. H. RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk KOVNER ti MANNHE1MER Attorneys for riainiirf 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 11/21-28 — 12/5-12



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L Y, NOVEMBER 21, 19 52 jph Cherner tin Named BIG ind Marshal Lph Cherner has accepted position of Grand Marshal IG Day, it was announced I 1 Fi icdland, co-chaiiGreater Miami Committee, i of Israel Bonds. accepting the position which Bs.) held last year, Cherner that Israel Bond dollars hav e miracles in helping the eskhment of industry and the pisioD of agriculture in Isnoted, too, that the infant Icracy is preserving its recnever having defaulted on debt. "Bond holders contini be assured of the security of • investment through such %  uality," he said. "They are ftaneously heartened by the edge that their loan is helpguarantee Israel's economic fcrner will head a one-day Bunity drive on Sunday. Dep14th, which will mark the point in the present intencampaign to enlist 10.000 Israel Bond buyers in the \uv Miami area. He issued I for at least 1.000 volunteer i in help achieve that goal. Tuesday Review Bf ..i th< Beach Memorial hapel. with Rabbl # lrvlng Lehrman officiating. Interment was on Mount .\elio i '. r %  ,-• \ P'ii:\ QWAET 59, of 7:7 Michigan Avenue, died November 14th She is survived by her husband, Max; one daughter, Helen; one eon, Harold, and a grandson, Lawrence David, she also leaves two int.theis and three Bisters. Services were November Itth. al the Miami Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Moset Mescheloff officiating. Interment was on Mount sin.ii Cemetery. Steinhardt Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of th e late Morris Steinhardt formerly of 7731 Hawthorne Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 23rd at 2 p.m. on Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rab! bi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Steinhardt is survived by his wife. Ellen, three sons. Milton, Julius and Arthur, a daughter. Mrs. Betty Lehman, a brother. Nathan and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge.of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Title Company |ami Beach's North Shore n is getting another finaninstitution. be Franklin Title Guaranty i.'tion has opened offices 11 "1st Street in a building 11.000 square feet of floor te especially designed for a company operation. Ifficers of the company are |ry A. Gordpn, president, and fit Rosen, secretary-treasurROSK YOI'NG 78, Of .-.."16 Hth Street, died on November Kith. A resilient her for the past 10 years, she is survived tiy her huaband, Morris; ami two sons. Martin and Leo. Services were November 17th, at the Miami Reach Riverside, with Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating. Interment was on Mount Nebo Cemetery. 1SRAKI. KIRSCHNKH 78, of isno James Avenue, died on November 15th, A resident here for the past 14 years, he is survived by his wife. K.'.nny. Remains were sent to llrooklyn. New York, for services and Interment by the Miami Beach Riverside. ISRAEL GLA88 60. of !'"" Meridian Avenue, passed away on November 17th. He is survived by bis wife Qussle; one daughter, MrJudith Ellis; and three Bisters Remains were sent to Brooklyn, New fork, for services and interment by tinMiami Beach Riverside, Finn Dance Band Plays For Home Residents The Finn Concert Dance Band from the Florida Institute of Music, composed of teen-agers, played a concert for residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. Cantorial selections were by Cantor Jacob Borenstein, of Temple Israel. Leo Steinman, chairman of entertainment, acted as master of ceremonies. V*ning Haw At itittragne Oral Uraetm 1 1 .000 Oog Fan's Here 1 : : •• 14.000 enthusiastic rac: '•jammed into the BisTrack opening night, iy, to hang up an all rinc handle of $285,389. Miami's oldest and ti^ok;. already hold er State's previous high atand m'utuel handle recsured of its best season year history. nrt-aperoted by pioneer for over a quarter of lury, the Northside Oval has a ^LX—UU tht! .Sport tjf !" s • slnc t the sport was Inaug[1 m the Miami area years n "ng ouclyWi firsts can be u 'd the following: Founded r 9 26, Biscayne is the first greynd track to operate in the Miami area. Second oldest in the state, it was the first futurity sfee oval with formful racing throughout the years resulting. First to install the "tote". Biscayne was also the first to" install the totalizator and -.automatic ticket sales. The lure which is used .,: Biscayne' was the first to extend into the middle of the racing strip. This lure was pioneered and developed ry Bivayrie. Biacayne's current meeting will run through January 5th. when the Hack .jvilUclflsg^yniil"tic Spring meeting which opens April 10th. The second half will continue through to June 2nd. when the historic Biscayne Derby will be staged, bringing down the curtain on the 1952-1953" greyhound racing season in South Florida. Tit Auxiliary To Sponsor Affair The Create; Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society is sponsoring a Card Party on Monday evening. November 24th. 8 p.m., at the San Marino Hotel. Proceeds will be used to aid tubercular patients hospitalized in the ward at Kendall, as well as those hospitalized in the nonsectarian JCRS Sanitorium at Spivak, Colorado. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Harry Siegel. Mrs. Murray Poncher is case chairman of the local auxiliary, with Mrs. Morris Goluskin, president. Dr. Doran D. Zinner, president oi the Greater Miami Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, greets Dr. I. Franklin Miller, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and presents him with a plague in recognition of his contributions to Dentistry. Dr. Miller addressed a two-day lecture series here last week before the Florida East Coast Dental Society, which embraces the area from Vero Beach to Key West. Miami Chapter, Alpha Omega, Hears Dr. Miller In Talk On Dentistry Here Kadimah Women Dessert At Israelite Center Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer! Women, will'hold a Dessert Card j Party at the Israelite Center' on Tuesday, November 25th, 12;30 p.m. Co-chairmen of the affair are the Mesdames Jennie Schwartz, B. Labbie and M. Stone. Mrs. Fink Addresses Brandeis Chapter, AJC Brandeis Chapter. American Jewish Congress, will meet on Monday, November 24th, 1 p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will give a book review in honor of Jewish Book Month. Presiding is Mrs. Bess Lesser. The Greater Miami Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, played host to the Florida East Coast Dental Society last week at a two-day lecture series held in the Miami Women's Club. Dental men here heard Dr. I. Franklin Miller, of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, discussing the latest techniques and scientific advances gained in protecting natural teeth. Dr. Miller outlined a new theory on "reconstructive dentistry" which he had previously presented to dental groups in 15 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, Bermuda and the Dominican Republic. The new approach is based on the belief that mouths can be rebuilt in a manner "which not only duplicates, but even betters Mother Nature," according to dental authorities who heard Dr. Miller's presentation. Pointing to the ill-effects of I false teeth" to facial appearance, j Dr. Miller stressed the importance of maintaining the natural teeth as long as possible. "The I whole muscle tone of the face deteriorates so that a person's appearance ages as much as 20 years," he said. The new approach,.he explainj ed, envisions teeth being reshaped or rebuilt in jackets to re| semble normal teeth. "Then, i missing teeth are attached in such | a manner that the mouth obtains I virtually maximum efficiency." I Dr. Albert Rosenthal opened the Alpha Omega sessions here. In addition to Dr. Zinner, local officers include Drs. George Gra. ham, president-elect; Melvin Becker, secretary; Arthur Sobol! off. treasurer; Max Tendrich, ed; itor; and Irving Gordon, programs chaMnan. Lynn Morrow To llis.uss TV At W\si Miami The Men's Club of the West Miami Jewish Center will present Lynn Morrow, public relations director of television station WTVJ, on Monday evening, November 24th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. Morrow will discuss: Behind The Screens On TV. He will also conduct a question and answer period. Jack Klar is program chairman. Hebrew Academy Pupils Honor Dr. Weizmann Some 200 students of the Hebrew Academy attended a Memorial Meeting last Sunday morning in the Academy Auditorium. Herman Shapiro, 8th grade pupil, read a resolution honoring the memory of the late Dr. Chains Weizmann who passed away in Rehovoth, Israel, about two weeks ago. Cast of a Minstrel Show presented by the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood at a recent Member-Bring-A-Member Luncheon Included (left to right, bottom row) Hilda J"laum, Carolyn Chesman and Rose Lauritz. Shown in the rear row (left to right) are Tillie Ostrie. Bell* Smith. Estelle Moskowitz, Bert Toppell, Terry Hummell, Shirley Dreitzer and Sarah Grebin.



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ii ii II-II .. protests MayUriTo US Visa Policy lUBWIlSlh-ltlliDIPldlilOUFl Changes; Dr Albert Einstein !s Attacked FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1952 SEC. B $500,000,000 State of |pnd Drive. For many has been recognized as landing authority on in_al affairs. He -is one of tiers (if the Foreign PolLiution, an organization las worked for the furof studies in internatlalions since 1919. jiald served as chairman k ; ,ii of the Foreign PolEciation from its inception 3:i. when he was appoint5 of Nations High Comi for German Refugees. fcague Commissioner, Mciine of the first to je the impending threat to implicit in Nazi perlol tie Jews. He resigned L( :^ue post in 1935, and i the United States, I: became an editorial If r the New York Times, president of the BrookItitutc of Arts and sciences. Lj thin appointed chair| President Roosevelt's AdMcDonald To Be Honored Here At lion; Ambassador Brings Message %  nd Mrs. Emil J. Gould have extended invitations to a re1 their home, 7550 Ponce De Leon Road. South Miami, in the first United States Ambassador to the State of Israel, Table James G. McDonald, on Sunday evening, November i.m. i.s.-ador McDonald, who visited in this area last year, is ,,f the Advisory Courtextent with attempts to achieve State Department agreement to wider interpretation of US immigration laws. In 1945, McDonald was asked to serve on the Anglo-American Commission of Inquiry which was to offer a proposed solution of the Palestine problem to the United Nations. He emerged as a champion of the rights of Jewish victims of Hitler's Europe to unlimited immigration into 'Palestine. In 1948, he was appointed US Ambassador to the new State of Israel. He served with distinction for more than two years and upon hit resignation was hailed in Israel as the man most responsible for the bond of friendship between America and the new democracy in the Middle East. Gould, who is chairman of the Trade and Industry Division of the Greater Miami Committee, State of Israel Bonds, has appointed the following committee for the reception: Nathan Edelman, Joseph L. ArCommitte* on Political i kin, Morris S. Burk, Jules P. les which dealt to a large Channing. Samuel F. Danels, Moe WASHINGTON (JTA) — The impact of the 1950 McCarran Internal Security Act and the 1952 McCarran-Walter Immigration Law on visa and passport policies is being examined by the State Department as a result of recent charges by leading scientists that the State Department's policies are undermining freedom. The Washington Daily News early last week editorially attacked Dr. Albeit Einstein, one of the Feingoid, David B. Fleeman, Herbert Gclernter. Ben Giller, Norman M. Giller, Irvin Korach, Ben Markowitz, kin, Lawrence Sapero, Arthur M. Shandloff, Samuel Spector and Robert L. Turchin. Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Raymond R. Rubin, Dan. B. RusAmbassador McDonald will bring an important message on the State of Israel, explaining the use to which the funds from Israel Bonds are being put in the large-scale expansion of Israel's industry and agriculture and the absorption of the 600,000 immigrants expected during the coming three years. o4 scientists who made the charges. The Washington Post, however, said that the scientists "demonstrate, with the aid of numerous specific illustrations, that the present policy laid down by the two McCarran Acts and administered by a demoralized State Department surrounds the United States with a 'paper curtain' in imitation of the iron curtain of the USSR." The paper stated that "the two McCarran Acts, as the scientists point out, are rooted in irrationality." Protests against the State Department policy may succeed in obtaining their objective when deliberations of a special subcommittee of the Bureau of the Budget are made known. Representative Emanuel Celler said here. Representative Celler, who is chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said he had information leading him to believe that the many protests may have caused a change in attitude on the part of responsible authorities. He said he had learned that new instructions are being considered which would specify that Jews were not to be "coerced" into identifying themselves to consular authorities for "racial" or "ethnic" listings. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, opposition to the McCarran Immigration Act was expressed here by leaders of Jewish, Protestant and Catholic groups testifying at a hearing held by President Truman's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization, which is gathering public testimony on the McCarran Act. The Commission previously held public hearings in San Francisco. Leaders of the three faiths in that city also asked tor modifications in the McCarran Act. SJBJJ %  >-"; I %  %  :-* 9 a DV.V. planning a reception to be tendered former Ambassa' to Israel James G. McDonald next Wednesday are (standi • right) Beniamin Meyers. Jules Channing. Raymond b.n. Herbert Adelmcn, Irvin Korach. David Fleeman Arjr Shandloff and Moe Feingoid. Seated are Emil Gould, at lose residence the reception will be held, and Herbert deleter. Crippled Children Hoard Will Meet The Board of Directors of the Crippled Children's Society will meet at Betty's Restaurant on Mondav. November 24th. 12 noon. Monday is also the first of the three-day sessions of the SemiAnnual Cerebral Palsy Diagnostic and Recommendation Clinic held by the Crippled Children s Society. This vear. more than seventy children are scheduled to be examined by Dr. Harriet E. Gillette. The special clinic will be conducted at the treatment center Oi the Crippled Children's Society, 159 NE 51st Street. BIG Day Workers Seek 1,000 Aides BIG Day in Greater Miami got off to an auspicious start with a campaign workers' Breakfast Rally on Sunday morning, when more than 100 captains and majj ors turned in the names of some 200 privates who will work with them on December 14th. Workers will devote themselves within the next two weeks to enrolling a minimum of 1,000 workAddressing the campaigners I were Louie Bandel, co-leader for Miami, and Mrs. Harry Gerston, chairman of the Women's Division. A telegram from Henry | Morgenthau, chairman of the I Board of trie American Financial | and Development Corporation for I Israel, urged Greater Miami to outdo its record made here on the first BIG Day last year. Between now and December 7th. when the next Breakfast Rally will take place, every Jev/rgr.nization in the city will he contacted to supply volunteers for the BIG Day campaign. To Honor Mrs. Bookspan Pioneer Women, Club Wo. 2, will honor Mrs. Nathan Bookspan at a reception on Monday evening, November 24th. 8 p.m., at the Kneseth Israel Congregation. Gables Social Affair Another in a series of social get-togethers for members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held on Sunday, November 23rd, 6:30 p.m. at the Center. A Spaghetti Supper is on the menu. Chairman is Mrs. Sam Silver. £ Florida's First And Only 5 Dog Track Equipped 5 Totalisators At tltSvn Agent prlf lUrthdays • Golden Age Friendship this coming Sunday, NoIber 23rd, will celebrate the I y and birthdays of their members at lish Community Center, 16 Avenue. of the 450 charge of the affair is Mrs. Hie Rosenberg. r ting the occasion are Ida Glassman, Mrs. G. H nl %  '•!• Mr. L. Weintraub, • W. Klein and Mr. Louis Sch% tz. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro ites their anniversary. THE FINEST SOAP! 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Its author moved to what was then Palestine in 1938. A Czech citizen until that tpme, he escaped the heel of Nazi Lebensraum expansionism and made his now home in Tel Aviv According to our confused standards. Brod is now regarded as a "Jewish author". By extension. Unambo becomes a "Jewish book". The difficulty with these assumptions is that neither U fundamentally true. Despite the norel's jacket, which attests to the writer's early Zionist background, more reliable literary history places Brod in the European aesthetic tradition — a sphre far remored from Judaistic identification. The fact is that Brod only recently gained any sort of international reputation when interest was revived in the works of Franz Kafka. Thus, identification of the former Czech as a Jew is merely I incidental to his significance in the design of world literature. And | the claim that IfoaUMDO is a Jew ish book" can be supported by the 1 novel's secondary plot, alone, which deals with the War of Liberation in Israel It is difficult, as yet to expect truly native artistic expressions from the new state: its people will not lose their mark .of international character : %  r %  long time. But. both Brod and his I novel reflect none of th< development along this line that has alread) I eon made manifest there, oven :t m rudimentarv fashion. secuto him. The parallel to Unambo i, ,„.,"^ 5= ^5 oiograph.cal prototype of Kafka. Brod's ,"*' la,i, *tfckl fact that, for him. use of the infernal mark**" 1 "3f leal destruction. Kafka never recogni 7 *7 ^^O death emphasizes the relationship between *"* *i la,ion. In a larger sense. Unambo may be J Wych,c J t* of Israel immediately following the UN d • arde<1 3* the subsequent onslaught of the Moslem I C SIOn 0r Paoti by no means indigenously Jewish neithe gUe But th. %  -, !j !1 '^!:„.' MOUNT NBulSiJ Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Direct* 5505 N. W. 3rd St ^ MAX BROD AND FRANZ KAFKA Brod first received significant recognition when he was appointed executor of the literary estate ol thi Czech-Jewish writer, Franz Kafka The latti •: TB in 1924. requested Brod. his closest friend, to burn all of his manuscripts and to collect and destroy as many of his published works as was practically possible, did nothing • the kind; contrarily, he dedicated himself to inj Kafka's international reputation Kafka has since bcome one of the most disputed literary figures of our time. Advanced guard writers hold sacred his memory and study his parables and novels with ardent devotion. Befogged Communist critics condemn him. point him out as a willing tool of the "bourgeois conspiracy" and bemoan the fact that Brod did not. indeed, fulfill his mission. Such a seduced soul. Howard Fast, has writlen: Very ne: r the top of what I have, in the past, rather indelicately called the cultural dung heap of reactionsits Frani Kafka, one of the major Olympians in that curious shrine the so-called new critics' and their Trolskyite colleagues have erected." nt that K literarj itionship with h.s father, a J : 'hat hi R enter the commercial thodoxprii Torah : K • establisl ... J \ : tably led to founded in the 1 eling of guil, that he had ; ather Out of the nightmare SluffeSLta and • a t.tamc literature containing tales [ion and dreams salvation through psycho^, UNAMBO AS IMITATION 2T nce "" %  Kafk a> brief and tortured existence had Ma, Brod. His own work could no, shake the | mflu, %  Je supenor writer. Unambo is no exception. Ostensij m Israel .the publisher's subtitle), it deals : K ;,V --naive escapist mysticism remim 3 ,: Three major elements compos* ih ,v, ...._ — sss wwjaaFaSSLSSS^' p a single chl I It must :-:. "rrative demanded it". ..1 literary men, exist, in faithful iJa'v Br>d s .""bibty t.i respond to the %  %  %  %  ^;j^^ i M T n : i a m < *abb young author, who permitted me to i V"" ?** tdnrir -. partly word for wo d h H" ? ,nsert pai,lv ln P^ratwo short Stories: Ta£s F%-r Th i P T l faCts '" h.s JJBS waS5S= S— peel of his norel. The numerically 7w^ B e.TV*"*""'' "" conflict a, i, affected the Jews th I SZtX T w V" 9 W h United Nations a, Lake thmtT /lUS w ?? Mo *^^ *d the assume the p. lt rn c| iJSSZ^ £+£* -~fl borrowed for conveniently .mphas^inc Unami'! Ef^ U Ever a Euro^an. Brod onlvTl2 U l nambo m >r heme. Rcation :s with the Sael, WaRath^'* ?" 2* Spln,Uil eased will to escape the urgenc %  of Veal -v F' ,i'* 7^ ma "' S dls of this end. he has chosen %  dev -L v'" :he ,m P''"^n,;,t: > n and he ran .. %  ; %  %  for its rep N I phy, u well • UNAMBO AND THE COCKROACH stance' ; • '.•'.•' j psychically healthy sou iracter. Heliu But tive-byth ; : respond inj te "Thus. there is introduced a mystic -rach^re tt' L perrruts the indecisi. soul ,o riew the r?n^ Un,mbo hich tion, while performing none. TlTuiv.nSTuS^ ^ iC festaiionof the Deril who a, odd moment HS? fe $ ,' T^ of a cockroach. Clearly. p, rc hi c split u dr.^TL h ,orm saror, with r.lh the possibility of witoiJwinT "^ Brod One of Franz Ka/ka's majorVorks sZ'ZTotr, I "" t *^ tr a young man who changes into a !" ekmf,£ ^ Sls dea,s -*k mm. since he wm n, S^T^SSt ffpSS? & ^ 2*v INSURED SAYINGS 1 M horn porkiwa •t Miami forking Garage, 224 S. Miami Ave by Mail at tto Industrial SAVINGS BANK a.Tir.o tnnr*4 to LcOWAD L ABESS. rVaiMasI 110.000 br Fwltrai .. y, %  Dtpoalt Iniuraaa ^O W. FtOqWr St. tavlufi hi 0< "* Oa. 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LaMavoM .YAaim )VEMBER 21. 1952 *£iWw*%*V*~* jeers Will Canvass Area For jw Academy On HA-Day Here 'Jewisti fkriditr PAGE 3B ,,f volunteer workI, ater Miami Hebrew Ell canvass the entire ii Tuesday. NovemIfi. ially proclaimed as (,.r the Fifth Annual I .1 urnal of the Acad|$1"I0 function is schedMiami Beach Audiy night, January I Fruchtman, chairman Li reported WedncsL unusually early reJi servations indicated II. be able to attain our ,.) persons." i f the Hebrew Acadf, led by Mrs. David !i-. Roy Sitomer and lei Cohen, have already j sales campaign for jual Pictorial Journal. [silver pages and halfle been added to this |k, Mrs. Sitomer said. Italizcd from the dinner will be utilized for [p funds for the Acad• school again is operat[capacity registration of nis, Rabbi Alexander S[incipal, states. workers will both sell the dinner and adverin the journal. They niprised of members of the Academy, Academy Women, Room Mothers, Fathers' Club and students and friends of the AllDay Hebrew School. "Selection of Charles Fruchtman as OUT chairman has given a great incentive to our workers," Harry Gene;, Academy vice president, asserted Wednesday. Tickets for the dinner may be obtained from members of the HA-Day teams or by writing the Academy. TUereth isravl Sisters Mvvt Monday evening, November 24th, 8:30 p.m., will be the occasion for a meeting of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center Sisterhood. New oflicers will be presented at that time. They include the Mesdames Tess Rollnick, president; Adeline Kranz, treasurer; and Ann Harris, recording secretary. Laurel Court Meeting Laurel Court No. 11, Order of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday evening, November 24th. 8 p.m., at the International Order of Odd Fellows Hall, according to an announcement early this week. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, late President of the Slate of Israel, and a Miami Baptist Minister's son, who fought for the liberation of the youthful democracy, were memorialized at a meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council Wednesday evening. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president of the JNF Council of South Florida, made the formal presentation of a Commemorative Certificate marking the establishment of a grove planted in Israel in memory of Theodore Gibson, Jr. Shown (left to right) are Sam Prosterman, INF honorary life chairman; Rabbi Mescheloff; Reverend and Mrs. Theodore Gibson, accepting the certificate in behalf of their late son who died in an El Al airplane crash; and Rabbi David Shapiro, JNF Board chairman, who presented the eulogy honoring Dr. Weizmann. Cantor Aaron Weingarten, of Beth Jacob Congregation, chanted the Memorial Prayer. Call Maule For Highest Quality teruhed Concrete Building and Column Blocks Central and Transit-Mixed Concrete Colony Concrete Roofing Tile Concrete Aggregates Concrete Joists Cement Concrete Brick and Stepping Stones Reinforcing Steel Lumber Millwork Builders' Supplies No order is too large or too small, too complex or too simple for Maule...and, every order receives the same prompt, courteous attention. Yes, Maule renders the same fine, dependable service to every user of its products. And,remember...for more than three decades, the uniform quality of Maule products has always been the highest. Remember too, Maule deliveries are always accurate and on time...and, Maule prices are always in line. So, when you build..."Call Maule" Florida's leader quarry, concrete products and builders' supplies! <& Phone 9-2881 MI I N D U S T R I ES, INC Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave., Miami 37, Florida



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FAGE 4 B *Jenisti Ikrirftir TRIDAY, Miami Delegates Will Attend Hadassah State Conference In Orlando Tomorrow : here vill b< no fear of Miami's being overl. i thi SI te C I at Orlando I e 70 Miami women is expected I ,'-.:, .„ the sessions scheduled to run thr. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, p Greal A %  n will ., • derator „t the Ameri. v ium. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, im: '• past president of the Cha] u r, .'.ill be chairman of the Y >uth Services Luncheon to be ven on Sunday. November Z Presentations on the Medical Center will be made by Mrs. Louis Goldman, and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will speak oh the importance ol integration at the membership session. I n addition, the Miami Choral Group will entertain at the closing banquet. National speakers scheduled include Dr. Miriam Freund. National Vocational Education chairman since 1948. Autho Jewish Merchants In Colonial America. 1):. Freund is on, | •' %  % %  i • : the Women's Di%  • esponsible for tl vo'.''• %  Dr Freund Oliver t • %  -:•• II Miss Ma : State i :. D inkProfi r ;('••. t Rollii NO EA! ''' "' tries of le$sont in mode* < %  iridUm. The complete u-r %  the fundamental* rrf the btnmuma „.• .. %  "•'' • language u it ,.,„„„• snilk vn ^ lieaeh. This nu.l „ %  !,, „, 1 It __. '. '•' '"•''"'"'r „ Boch. This and subsequent lesions will appear here Tr "" "' radio nation WMBM on Sunday, at 2 p.m. Entitled Let U, /?," %  '<* ducted by Mis, Sptetorand is a feature o) Jacob Schachtef, jJSh UST* V"* J Will provide the visual aid necessary fa paruc.pate u, the course T '" *3 • B'rith Women Have Shipwreck Dance W men .f •>' Kindergarten At Beth David Opens Monday Opi • ini f the Bel I Pn Kin lergarl u K School I • .. ,: morhki N r 24th MORNING Good morning, Mosheh. % *"^.— *\ Good morning, Hannah How are you (f) # this •> morning? of I am fine, thanks Hannah, I am hungry I. too, am hungry (f) Good, let us go to the res* taurant Very well % •• te-^ Where is the restaurant? On Herzl Street JJ (0 Sundi for feminine gender. %  BO-KER Bokej tov Mosheh | flo-ker tov Hannah I > Mah she lo-mech hab-froker? f Sha-lom Ii, to-dah Hannah, 'ani ra-'cv Gam 'ani Re'evah Tov, ne lech 'el ham-mis'a dah ^ Tov me'od .. K Eifoh ham-mis 'a-dah Bi-rehov Herzel %  "*v< • •aw .n-ryoQn %% i TfTTroan • %  • • • %  % % %  [ %  %  %  i la i will I „. a Ship" %  I daily from 9 to 12 %  %  n and from l?-in i> ,„ i %  > %  „, %  n Saturd I the West lirman Discusses Edelstadt : r th %  • L. PeretzS Circle, B an : S lay. vening \ ,23rd. 8 p.m. .,, 1545 sw •;• %  -'ivin will di It. Yiddish poet in : : r %  '• %  rvance • •'• •• %  %  B %  M ,ni 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m between thre. five. GORDON ROOF3K3 AND SHEET METAL WORKS M *Jm y U: >0f r P''"< now; ou will 11,, on %  now roof I.Uf "8*tlifactory Work br Cxporloncod Man" 414 • W. SSnd Avonu. HHONB 4-SSSO The Story off the <24 / cffitop> POWIR ueHT toMM



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NOVEMBER 21, 1952 +Jewist fkricHnm PAGE 5 B tall Officers faelite Center Ufrcd Waxman, spirit%  r of the West Miami tutor, will be principal fct an Installation Celethe Israelite Center on Iv.ninR, November 23rd, It the Center, 3198 SW race. Ulccted officers of the id the Dora Stein Sister|1 b e installed by Irving honorary president and of the affair. [irman of the evening Charles Fidelman. Memfthe committee include Iron, Mrs. David Granat, kr'einberg, Nat Shenkin, [Mrs. Sam Sandier, Phil | Morris Goldenberg, Max krael Goldberg, Mrs. Liljitr. Murray Park and Mr. Robert Becker. to provide vocal V are Mr. and Mrs. Ben |d William Skyler. Mrs. Simon will lead the asin national songs. Mombers ill Officers lank.sK'ving Eve Dinner [n.l Installation Ceremony held ;.t the North Dade Center on Wednesday \, November 26th, 7 p.m. Dgram will include music ring by The Rhythmaires prtiiinment by The Geiers. cif reservations is Mrs. [Kaufman. s to be installed include Apfelbaum, president; tin Miller, 1st vice presitrnard Catz, 2nd vice it: David Greene, 3rd vice Int: Mrs. Irving Jacobson, pig secretary; and Mrs. Daodman, corresponding secRESTAURANT Phyllis Katz (left), repiesenting the student council, presents Charles Fruchtman with a Torah. The present honors Fruchtman for accepting the chaiimanship of the Hebrew Academy's Fifth Annual $100 Dinnei slated for the Miami Beach Auditorium January 4th. Mrs. Fruchtman looks on. Beach Center PTA Meets December 6th Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center announces a combined membership meeting and social to be held on Saturday evening. Decerr.ber 6th. at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, r5534 Pine Tre e Drive. Mrs. Greene is vice president of the organization. Fears Of Children, a film of i the Mental Health Society, will be presented at that time. Featured speaker will be Dr. David Rothrock. At the last PTA Board meetling, an extensive program was i planned for the Religious School | festivals and activities. Included are a Chanuka Party and a Cha'nuka Preparation Institute. In conjunction with its concentrated Membership Drive, the PTA will award a gift to the class having the highest percentage of parents belonging to th e parentteacher group. s trathHaven HOTEL Nathan Ginsburg Featuring Outstanding Kosher CATERING Using Hotel Facilities, Home or Synagogue Anywhere in Greater Miami Ph. 5-4691 |hc Board of Directors are | Rosenfeld, Fred Blank, |Goodman, Maurice Lebow ; Burton Keyes. Joint Bazaar [Dade and Flamingo Chapional Children's Cardiac will hold a joint Bargain "ii Sunday, November :n at the Hibiscus Lodge orium. Proceeds are for the len's Home at Denver. GRADE \l\ W //. s SERVING ^MttSUlf.GIIEMEB I PRODUCTS MIAMI MILK-CREAM-ICECREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 DAY NURSERY ^rden Kindergarten and Nursery School $8.00 Per Week 1657 N.W. th AVE. hones: 82-6035 and 64-2329 Let WORRY About Your FOOD Complete Catering Service autiful HOTS D'oeuvrea Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Ij'ertainment and all other [details arranged for your f "nal and informal affaira PHONE 3-5463 IIQ HTS, SUNDAY8 A HOLIDAYS t—_ as-iM I AtF& ? nil CATERERS I W N.W. 7th 8t. Off Miami Av. MIDGET SALAMI FREE With Each Purchase of Meat or Poultry at HARRYS KOSHER MEATS FREE DELIVERY PHONE 4-1259 FRESH KILLED POULTRY 207 Almeria Avenue. Coral Gables NOW ON SALE AT 89c LB. Frankfurters Salami Bologna Chicken Salami Sliced to Your Order ALL DELICATESSEN SUPPLIED BY ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE COMPANY %  TjlAMITITLfi ... Vf\ i (Mtact Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IW DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TUle Insurance Pelidaa of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 THE 'BEST IN KOSHER POODS I DELICATESSEN Completely Air Conditioned HAVE YOU HB2V MT YET? \wl> Enlarged. Beautifully ll>lWorsiil Dining Room COMPLETE DINNERS • THOSE. FAMOUS ISAAC GELLIS LUNCHEONS AND HOT SANDWICHES • DELICATESSEN TO TAKE HOME •RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER ^ Hours: 11 aan. lo 9:30 p.m. |1141 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACK OPPOSITE CITY HALL PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS ..and aood tat* rill make Y>V Start an Insured DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS account NOW! Make a habit of saving something regularly...no matter how little. You'll he glad you did. Your SAVINGS here are INSURED up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Your SAVINGS hera will EARN liberal dividends for you twice a year at the current rate of TO MOMOH SAVING... Wf HAVI AN ATTACnVI FRff OlfT fOU NtW SAVS. S THtM IN OUK WINDOWS NOW. OMR UMIUD...SOHUMYI MAIN OFFICE 45 N.I. lit *• josirM M. IIFION. 9m Umt AUAPATTAH MANCM 1594 N.W. J*HiStr OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 43 MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE G B fJmisti fhrkHan FRIDAY Ethel Grossman Heads Three Nurseries Of Miami Jewish Community Center The three nursery schools opMis. Grossman has been a case erated by the Greater Miami worker with the Dependent Jewish Community Center, serv| Children's Department of the ing a total of 150 youngsters of New Jersey State Board of Childpre-school age, are under the general supervision of Mrs. Ethel Grossman, it was announced by Efraim Gale, executive director. Mrs. Grossman, as nursery school supervisor, has been diren's Guardians. Since coming to Miami eighteen years ago, she has taught school at the Lear Private School, the Normandy Isle Private School and later conducted her own private school, recting a staff of 1" workers. She | s Peeializjng in kindergarten and has also been in charge of staff flrst Krade onl v recruitment and training, program planning and general school administration. Mrs. Grossman organized and taught the Americanization Classes for New Americans for tin Council of Jewish Women of Mishe %  serv I ment early during World War II. lat what U now the Town Branch n | risibility of supervising all The County Nu; serv School i Committee and the* PTA groups !" T 7) S T" of the Town Branch. Beach Xf, ,£ ^llS" ? ?"" Rranrh -, r> A Fi.,„i._ o J .school for the Federal Govei orancn and r lagler-Granada i Center also receive her consultation and guidance. I ., ; "f the Greater Miami Jewish Mrs Grossman is a graduate Community Center. After the %  i Mount Clan State College for war, when the Federal schools I nurserv ho ls under the aegis Teachers. Mount Clair, New Jer|were discontinued she w s isked f lhe p "' Sl nl GMJ( -' C *** rvv v :,: v luatework by the Board of the Town YMHA ship %  Vv N ''.' vmity.Colum... reconvert these nursery D ~ 7 „ :',-' c ':. %  '' diversity of |sch Is into a school sponsored bBaron Munchausen Nile M,a Shetau • hool in the • VMHA Board > B r n Munri •• .-, Nit, public sc)i .ols : V rth Bergen, New J< : -• ; \ York c„ v • it in the New V .rk ""''" : '•" l : %  %  r Mi %  A : Eveninj Jl % %  %  '' munity Center, Mrs. G led to take 1 I lion Hold \t Zionist Meeting Election of officers will highlight the first general meeting of the Miami Zionist District on Tuesday evening, Noxember 25th. 8 p.m at the Beth El Center, ac. cordin tfto Hyman Sootin, president. Harry Plissner and Jacob Fishman, recently returned from Israel, will relate their experiences in the new state. Also scheduled is a musical program entitled. The History Of Jewish MUSK, which will b e presented by the Miami Unit of Junior Hail, issah. Committee members in charge Of the evening include Sidney Sachs, Al Quadow and Irving Saal. chairman. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Synagogue, will conduct a Mi mortal Tribute for Dr. Chaim Weizmann. h] mm DE NBER Q Compare twin i with anyottttW] the V's hen .. • ing : the Hial h-Miami Si %  '• Coi munity Centi r on y i vi ninz, N iveml ei StVEETEN % %  mm Mnnasw 1 Our Readers Get the New Calendar Free! AM Hebrew and English Datcj ForSM Y<;. ; to 1955. Yahrzeit and Bar Mitzvah Dates At A Glanc : Ceebmtmg the 43rd anniversary of its founding, members andl?\V ,' am i i lpha EpSll n Phi Alumni A ^ia tl on and the University of Miami Undergraduate Chapter join together for a luncheon held a. the Sea Isle Hotel. Seated (left stonl co^h Mes *\ me \ M We '" s '-nPatroness; Ha o!d stone, co-chairman; Sidney Lewis, president; and Julian Newitt'JSfcE!"S T andlng ,le,t l ri ^ h,) are Mr MaSTn QUALITY OF KOSHER NU-MAID MARGARINE lent of the costlier spread, and in some reapecU, its superior. Nu-Maid Margarine, in particular, offers one special nutritional advantage not found in most other spreads at any price. In addition to containing 15,0tM) International units of Vitamin A — sufficient, in average daily servings, to provide children with 62'" r of their minimum daily requirement — Nu-Maid Margarine is generously enriched with Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin that should be present in adequate quantities in the daily diet of growing youngsters and adults alike Another advantage, and a vital one to the quality-conscious shopper, is the fact that the high quality of Nu-Maid Margarine is controlled to the point of complete uniformity. 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NOVEMBER 21. 1952 [In Memoriam lr. Weizmann iTorkmen's Circle Branch its Women's Club and [. Peretz School will honf memory of Dr. Chaim ,in during a memorial ev>night, 8:30 p.m., at the 25 Washington Avenue. Lzed under the auspices (Joseph Baskin Cultural Itcc. the memorial is one semi-monthly meetings |he Committee plans to the first and third Frieach month. The meetbe devoted to discussBiterature, music and curjoblems. Bit's memorial will include Btion "f Dr. Weizrrann's work as a Jewish sciInri statesman. |h Duntov, secretary of the District Workmen's CirLouis Lasavin, principal Y. L. Peretz schools, will lcipal speakers. ZMttjMMsBggj Group, ComFlagler Plans Variety Show Men of the Women's Flagler-G.-anada Jewish munity Center, will prepare and serve supper at the Center on Sunday evening, 6 D.m. Plans for the Center's Annual Variety Show, which will bo held in January, are currently under way. Officials indicated in an announcement early this week that a call is out for actors, singers, dancers, technicians and stagehands. The Center Bowling League is also in full swing. Members meet on Tuesday evenings. 9 p.m., at the Palace Bowling Alleys. According to a report here, Morris Fisher has been elected chairman of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Activities Group. Women of the Center, celebrating Jewish Book Month here, heard Seymour B. Liebman, Miami Beach attorney, in a review last Thursday evening on Robert St. John's, The Tongue Of The Prophet. PAGE 7 B ^n above are (left to riqht) Louis Schwartzman, executive [tor, Bureau of Jewish Education; Rabbi Morris Skop, spirleader, Coral Gables Jewish Center; Rabbi Irving Lehrspiritual leader, Miami Beach Jewish Center; and Milturman as they made arrangements for the Jewish Book Ih Symposium held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center (Sunday evening. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW CLAS tiitur. Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Heailrering Our Specialty A G. Glaits and Mirror Works fc6 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 iORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON :W PROSTATE GLAND TREATMENT DISCOVERY OF ENTIRELY NEW METHOD | NATURE'S WAY. No Drugs. No Surgical Operation PHONE 84-7071 7617 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD mm HOPUCM KOSHER UAL ITT MUCATfSSIN fliAlS SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP Di.tribut.d b T Hi-Urudc Food Co [N. W. 7th AYC !" ^ rnn PhonfJ _56 Miller To Head Sclerosis Group Harry J. Miller, president of the Miami Apartment House Association, was elected president of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association at a meeting held Sunday afternoon in the Roosevelt School. Other officers elected to serve with President Miller are Mrs. Harry Silver, vice president; and Mrs. Lillian Machtey, secretary. Frank Willison was re-elected treasurer of the organization. Members of the Board of Directors, in addition to the officers, are: three-year term—Mrs. J. Connors, Barbara W. Cyr, Evelyn C Sentence, Mrs. Betty Opperman. Jeanne Stiebel and Mrs. Jerrie Wytias; two-year termLillian Novikoff, Mrs. Margaret Smythe, C. John Bassler, Sara Fagin, Rosalie Padgett and Martha Monk; one-year term — Mrs. Louise Ewing, Mrs. Johnny Hodrick, Mrs. Herbert Hand and Mrs. Carolyn Moore. The organization is currently staging a Fund-Raising and Membership Drive Campaign. Next regular meeting will be on Sunday afternoon, December 14th. MT 75 >c c lOOUST BROS Ry c ia"thr at vr Aabbi Joserjh E. RackoTsky 845 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone S-359S —— Really Clickin'. Real Chicken! AMERICA'S NEW KIND OF REFRIGERATOR-HOME FREEZER AT MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc. REVOLUTIONARY NEW 1952 ^eAA^ei w IIH DBRtfOCDGOOD WORLD'S MOST ADVANCED FREEZING SYSTEM NO MOVING PARTS-STAYS SILENT FOREVER EXCLUSIVE FOR YOU / Guards fresh and frozen foods as no other refrigerator can! / No Moving Parts in PERMACOLD sysy tcm to wear —or make noise —ever! / Goes info Action wifh a change of Even One Degreel / PermaCold Fieezing System Guaranteed 10 Years! Twice as lone as any other. RUNS ON PEP ltivtt& GASi CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLOR DECORATION Exclusive! Here's your only chance to make your refrigerator interior harmonize or contrast with your kitchen color-scheme! ICICLE BLUE SUNFROST GKEEN LUMINOUS COLD fiU& WORLD'S GREATEST COMBINATION Of INTERIOR FEATURES Swy ifev.* Several Floor Models Specially Priced For Quirk Clearance Come in and Nee them at 101 W. Flagler St. MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, mc ONE OF THE SOUTH'S OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS 800 N.W. 73rd Street 101 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-4645 Phone 84-0671 MIAMI, FLORIDA % 



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PAGE 8 B +Jfnist fkridi^r FRIDAY, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ...The Rabbi's Corner,, KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREJacob Tambor will render the GATIOS will hold Friday evenmusical portions of the liturgy. ing services at 5 p.m. Late servJ Subject i : a sermon to be delivices are scheduled when Rabbi A oral officiate and cont on Judaism and WC H W J nvuui* daooair .*\nernoon Lruscuaauuu Subject of his discourse is sched'Group for Post Graduate Hebrew .,1*,J ...-. TW.. M._._t M %  I ... ..... By RABBI JACOB H RAPLAM "A prayer without devotion is like ., i,., dv u ,. N i prayer book can be a substitute foi • p r "' a **' nystic union of man's spirit with the spirit of ", %  ""• h '*l dual be prayed, not read. As the physical hort >nc hrough 'inspiration' "breathing in" the oxyeen r news yge ***! individual | prav er the i„ m m through so the spiritual man breathes in the thought!! Isaac's love reached vSh^m^SS 6 b^PLSSu S,p ,il the ir uled as: The Mental Hygiene Academy students will follow. An through his stomach; Rebekah's l' 1 W .'h', P ,! 1S '" '." %  y tIC P"* !" %  Pray er t i In Prayers. Cantor Abraham Self j Oneg Shabbat for children is I love through the unplumbed „" K n" f "*i h ,u a d ,s <,ini P r <-'hended „ %  and the Congregat.on Choir will scheduled at 3:30 p.m.. under the depths Of the soul. Si men T m^ !1 i, H' ft* f "* un iver*. ,&' IL nd H th / !"!" \ P OrUOnS direCt n M M ? !" The "science" of business d,sJ s ," ,J SJ^ nX"c^S wnnV'i T" 1 >U : the liturgy. Saturday morning Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Lev Garten, ilV( cd 0 th „ ,„ n u h praver th G d ,hrou h the STS^'. 8 ; 8 ? t m "^J* berfi wiU be hos,s at refrcsh man's interest in any business Alwavs there s danger of lon. ,K he Sabbath Social Hour schedments. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. folor ev n cnariubIe proposition That* why our praye £kf.S, '' r p ril hn>.h fc Uled for 5 p.m.. Mr. B. Arontowed by Shalos Seudos Daily wa „ ,,,. ^ R^ „ JgJjjj.' !" ^fJISSt^ ^^.j^ ^TU services are at :30 a.m.. and a, 5 g(1(ld dlnner and „ fine clgal ] ^ gnd g danger tZgffg^ffi** mbs of I The reader of any poem must 'recreate n feel me 2 Will hold Fridayevening services e business world i s nearer to the writer of the poem so in reading the praver* mil at 8.19 p.m. President of the the inner, spiritual life of "man book we must enter with devotion and sc^for Re ,f u i n ? Men's Club. Jerry E. Freehling. He sees the material: she sees Hear i ,n these written prayers of our prayer book, will bring greetings in honor of the spiritual. Both see reality. the individual, after true prayer, awakens to the alaoU ly half of the ta,nt >' thal hls Prayer was comprehended by God and t^T .; _... .. can nannen to him th^t i nr, ,_ k.._ ... u uai stein. H1ALEAH MIAMI SPRISGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CESTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will 11 Raboi David Shapiro. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: The Tongue Of The Prophets. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lyons will "unm i %  %  ? %  wm ut nan be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat folFriedman. Hyman Kaplan. Hi rtig, in honor of their childi bert E. Kaufman and Sidney ren, Wilma and Leonard. SatWasserman Subject of a sermon urday morn:ng services are at 9 to be delivered when Reverend Leo Heim will officiate and discuSE the Wei kly P. rti n Brotherhood Sabbath. Reading but each sees only half of the ta,nt >' tnal n s Prayer wa Sabbath Pravers will be Harold reality of the universe, out of can na PPen to him that is not in harmonv with the Fr.oHman Hvma vr-ninr, H..r. which man has evolved merciful character of the Father of all men which man has evolved. 2. Rugged Individualism is responsible for most of the degrad— w The profoundest thoughts enter into our prayers. Old, >ie ior most oi me degrad"" %  %  "" u "' l,,u *" ls ?mer into our prayen Old* by Dr. Joseph ation of the m,>dern life. (Prof alW8 *' um ted wlt h the ncw In 'he middle ..m the custwn Narol is: lv„nhoe. A reception Jobn Dewey. in Commentary, mtruduce "piutim", poems often belabored in language and* will follow the service March 1946'. Russia, criticized f" 1 embodying something that the generation needed and f' r the other extreme, is also half bt a need of lts religious aspirations and human need* OurH MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENngh; MAN< ,ht numan o""*is | j" ^^ as weli as the Pra >^ r Books of conservative J iXJAHl HEBREW SCHOOL TER will hold Fr.dav evening %">d'vidual BORN into societj COSGREGAT10S will hold services^ 830 p m with Rabbi The matenal 1S ,ht visible manservices at 5 p.m. irvme Cehrman officiating Guest : "" n f ,he •' i P' r 'tual. a ) t / urdav morning services are at speaker will be Dr. Jacob H. Kap", ma Jes1 "' cathedral." my 8.30 a.m.. when Melvin. s n I :.,„. president of the Association profeasor f P h "s"Phy used to lav ay ls th way a majestic consciousness look". The Union of the two as.,' : • D %  : will of Florida Rabbis. Saturday Rabbi Simorning services are at 9 a.m I respond A Mishwhen Rabbi Lehrman will discuss f 3 '. T hc Un i n of th tw as%  'heduled for 4 p.m the Wei kly Portion. An afternoon I .T ts of Rca, l >,h(1 material and Mincha and Maariv will follow. Bible class is scheduled for 4 he s P""al. is the struggle that p.m. Mincha and Shalos Seudos I ha f, l n a d humanity for thouswill follow. Cantor David Silver-I ands o f vears cver sin ce the man will chant assisted hv the b t h of conscience" in the milman will chant, assisted by the Center Choir. Daily services are in the Chapel at 8 a.m.. and at 5:30 p.m. BETH TF1LAH COSGREGATION will hold Friday evening %  at 5:15 p.m. Saturday %  -' : %  n scheduled B 30 am., when Rabbi Joseph Rack vsky will discuss: Can I^T^^L 30 L,m,ted M *\ FLAGLER-GRANADA JEW,' \, u WlU d,sruss Cn-\ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will Mwha IS at 4:30 p.m., folhold Saturday morning services '.. ^ „ S %  • • Sed and at 9 am. Daily services are at aily servi • at i 30 ,7:30 a.m. and ..t 5:15 p.m. J??ffi^i2f2SL-S lennium before the Christian Era. The West has specialized in the revelations of the material universe: The East specialized in the revelations of the spiritual universe. Neither the one alone nor the other alone, can find peace and a fuller life, for the two belong together. &f That's why Zionism is so imP irtant for the world, as a laborDdox congregations. ar e also embodyinu in our Pt xZ thoughts and needs of the generation in which we live < J h A P ravc r B ook ,,self is a "cord of a n,w rmdeofmfor God. Worship began, as with all other peoples, with as2 rifice 'sometimes even with human sacrifice! Hera-,d tienl were probably interspersed prayers with the sacrifices as kfl Temple at Jerusalem. We hardly know when the change fnif rifice to Prayer Book took place. It was not ,, sudden chant] gradually prayer subverted sacrifice. The origin of daily prayer we may trace to the BabvlonJ lie. Here the people would gather on Sabbaths and natwail days and would find in the Scripture readings hope, comforti in the words of the teachers as they read and expounded till read. Here. then, is the origin of the regular praver meelmpJ consisted in instruction and praise, the oldest division of id The Psalms are sufficient evidence that sacrifice alone J the whole mode of worship m the Temple. This, however. J the origin of the prayer worship. This happened in the post period when the sacrifices were put in the background and T ice of personal devotion took their place. The Pslams h prominent part of the prayer worship. 1 saim 55. verse 17. "Evening and morning, and a: nooui, pray and cry aloud: and He shall hear my voice." And Danal, )r Plainly states that the three daily services h ( a M\ evei ing 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv,'" ry ^eriment. The Jew. in, "" 1 ln Israo1 And Daniel kneeled upon his knees with Rabbi ices are ,.t g ., „,. wnen Rabbi .',' "' the_ Spirit of the East, j' %  ',; and P' a v ed. and gave thks before his G '" Cant r Al xandei en :: • %  g %  • :. • |i K '\. %  • ~... l „ l ,v,n • AnOnegShabA Kiddush will follow. 1 • rninj ed by Junior jervici at 11 Abraham s.uhs will discuss the d u !" f er "' lhe knowledge of Weekly Portion. Rohert ,.r V 11 '' Wl sI MAY be able to ivn. Portion, Robert, son of I Mrs Jack Berry, will be,th, sl/ '' ,!u tw Parts of the world Bar Mitzvah at that time.!'? 1 '!, ? P a,u,rn of reality that shall be a blessing to all the na" '"• Of Ule earth.) NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN1 & irSAPf ta Seen h '"' ,n TER will hold lat, Fr.dav eve^l^,"',. M "' ,S rV, n nl '" 1 ^an ^WACADEAfY will hold SSerTbrlmo'wiulrofSS W f "*** M -"' "-lls for J fW BookTTno*t1hT VSd' institul a a P.m. I j Aim J. p! 1 !f., w, l off ? laU •""€: We subsUtute BIG build*" ,h,nk ls but *" constantly set in ordei ngs for the real meaning ,,f ; of ,ne times. The Union Praver Book, though differing ill Isf Jniversity, specU from the Siddur. the seemingly fixed ordei ol prayer. Saturday morning serviceare scheduled for 9 a.m. Guest Cantor Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Aha.j, IsraelRabbi li Ever, orn.V,'''r v f? ,Mh Sl • Ml -"" i Beach Brth Dav.d Rabbi Max 8ha[ live. 26SS sw ird Ave.! Be .l h El-r r Shmarya Bn rakl Orm22?EiS !" w, 8 3. ,7U| **•• %  Mtam Orthodox, 101-su Waih Av. U B .Liberal, mi cfcaae Ave M B say, Orthodox, :•:.-, Euclid Ai •• Mla '• i Beach Ccai Cable*— RabbI Ifo rii Skop Ub•nil. •'-(• Palermo Ave., C Gablen Downtown Synagooue -Orthodox NH 3rd Ave Miami, F-lagler.Granada M. N \v -,. s |. ., Miami Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexandel proaa, Orthodox, fis 6th St.. M.B. riiateah-Miami Springs Reverend ,.'-• >'• %  '"•' E 4th Ave Hlalnah Hciiywood -Rabb Jacob Honli ron. %  [lve Polk Bl Hoi Israelite Center !: 8ai ha, Conservative, 1198 sw Mth Ter.. .Miami Kneseth Israel -Rabbi Abraham Caa}. Orthodox, HIS Eu< lid Avi .%oann Beach. Miami Beach -Il.il.l.l Irving I^-hrman Coneervatlve, 1701 Wash. Ave M R Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Sinn.n April. Orthod<.\. II •: SW ;JUI .\., Uunl. North Oade— Rat.i.i Harry Ettlnsar, IJM w. Dixie Hisrhway. North Miami. North tho f Rabbi Mayer Ahramow.:z. Conservative, 62n 7.'.th Bt M!am! H#-ach. Temple Urael—l>r. Joseph Narot, Reform. IS7 N'K 19th St Miami. Tifereth Israel — fi'.l'O X. Miami A v.. Miami Wst Miami—Rahlii Alfred Waxman. Conservative, S7S0 sw 17th St., Miami Young Israel — "rthilox, 1001 Chase Are, Miami Bea'-h Zamora —Kevt-ren'l Rudolf Brill, Coniilve, 41 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables. %  -* rtoiamowitz will officiate' m uN i,. and discuss: Ezckiel. The VoicehnB 4 Ol The Exile. Cantor Edward S??J The daily services in Babylonia finallj the suss |e sacrificial service, m the Temple, and • %  into Palestine. The longing for contact with G Way, as the prophets have so often urged, u these daily services. As soon as the lu.hu for daily prayers b< i i of the prayers could not long be omitted and wi-reantl at various time until the present day The Prayer Book is net the fixed institul n that S Ml Klein will chant, assisted by the Center Choir. Members include Elisha Cerner. Lois Jacobs. Geri MechlowitZ, Betty Mendelsohn, Oladys Schaps and Leo Steinman. Saturday morning services will be at 8:45 a.m.. at which time the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schneider Will take place. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Dr. Shmaryahu Swirskv will discuss: Praying Hands. A class in ... •ujtUU.|| u| a | *....„.. a.u_*.i uv-l\, UJVtalBIl im.ii"^ "•'•^ University, spects from the Siddur. the seeminglv fixed order cf pra:^ Perfect love is BOTH material Pt-t nar,non y with the hole spirit of Jewish tuv. :i...n. a:sfl and spiritual. to contact God through worship. And it is the Prayer Bootl Perfect education is both the' i .t V rt than anything else that held together tr.e Jei9l material and the spiritual meanP ,nrou Shout the long and often tragic history f OUT peopUJ ing of Reality. ent. personal prayers made up of such needs as could be m The masculine and the FeminIf I ahke bocam t' a part of the services. The universalityJ me love must be wedded to form K"! f r cver v need a "d aspiration which found a re**J a beautiful home for the man i cnord ,n the hea ts <>' the Jews helped to hold the scatter* ior the family, f or the family of 3s £* con r fgation in Israel. On Sabbaths and Festivals ttasj readings and explanations held the attention the greater P*.'! My. How long these Sabbath services originallv were IJJ %  %  Know, but Ellbogen states that Agatharcides of Enidcs. hM in the second century, notes that the Sabbath services were %  the Synagogue the whole day. Jt The Exodus from Egypt as the svmool of freedom held tm Place in the services. Even in the late portions of the *JJ d that Ik.. ,.,i _. .u. n AevA£*m 1>'. for the family of n ""ns to live in. scheduled ... ^Ministers Wea, Binders? An Oneg shabbat will follow Floral offering, are bv Ms a Hf lm M, A arrV Au and ,u S H ma Au ? us '" memory of cuss: Praying Hands. A class n ^ Mesdames Augu ,C"s a i wi find tZ\n ^^ Even in the late portions of fc Talmud is scheduled for 3:30 p.m ^V morning serC-.e -e pr•• t.ralU IK f ""^^ W3S •*""*' ^Z) and will be conducted l,v L .. Junior .. \V1 I '" 9 L' '.'''' d J' y ,he same wa >' it has come down to us to the I and will be conducted bv the Rabbi. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will lead a class in Ethics of the Fathers at 4:15 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Saturday morning services at 9 a.m The Bar Mitzvah of Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bink, will take place at that time. • • • • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating and assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Subject of a sermon to be delivered by the Rabbi is a.m. Junior service, „, V' I d-,v TH y C Same way a %  10:30 a.m Wl bt •" M P* meaningful prayer found in every Jewish prtM i ,,„ y ^ od ,he so "l which Thou has given me. etc.." is f^ J CONGREGATION Hrru ,, Su ^^ > t W ** Philo and Josephus both ecwle^ COB will holdIhl: H JA h '\ p,i :y ,r i<>^ back to Moses. service, a, 5 p m Satunl.v''' 1 '"'" 8 ice eot. I ?" V da> S nly th congregation followed the** %  ng services a"e sheiu m ''7 1 S! "^.f'.nd time for prayer: the individual p.^ed 830 am at which tim.th i^^SS^T^ Da ">' '"ese prayers were Mitzvah n f M ,' Bar orn interrupted their work to prav. fa 'i_.Martin, son 0 f Mr. I comers, on Joununn i. eh. ^—iJTZl — •••<..uc IUI i resi mg^ Junior services ar t at 9 B under the direction „f B Kan" neteky. A Kiddush will rx serv" ed by t n Slst( rhH) Ibe serv Abraham Bergman and Mr, M Posnick serving as ySOJL wn.d,,.uss,he R wteX M PorS ff %  Continued on Next Page) Thic ,,, i~ii.-rs. ro r each prayer there was aiiol 3M Sahh'.v. ""• l ,s "tnined in manv congregations "P^TM ^, ,h sa nd Festivals, the Holy Dy & when the se:vices *t\ 'ongtr than the daily services. ^i PraIr e R 'i "w definite k ^wledge how the Psalms J ihese Ps![r. • Ut the bleKin l ** bcginnini! or at <* ^ worship '" ,hat they had a rcgular pUl the rnarkif !?" g the ^"W* readings on Mondays f^J^A sen Tl dayS> when ,he ta !" elements came £*• %  %  Sgut ^ r asr d ay$ are i,,n ,he ddvs



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>AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952 ligious Directory Burned from Preceding Puge y .<; ISRAEL SYNAlf .'.' will hold Friday evening ](, it 5 p.m. An Onc Shabiill follow. Saturday mornLi vices arc scheduled for 9 Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. Shalos Seudos concluding Lbbath observance. MORA JEWISH CENTER 1). i regular services Friday [i:> p.m., with Reverend Ru; E. Brill officiating. Arthur Jsc.'i. chairman of the Relig(nimittee, will speak on: klute Justice. The Sisterhood sponsor the Oneg Shabbat twing. Reverend Brill will the Weekly Portion during [Saturday morning services. luled for 9 a.m., after which will be a Kiddush. Mincha |l.c at 5:15 p.m. • • 9RAL GABLES JEWISH }TER will hold Friday evevices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Skop will officiate and ;.i on Maurice Samuel's Prince of the Ghetto. Satly morning services are ici lied for 9:30 a.m., when I, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave It, ill become Bar Mit/.vah. B r Mitzvah will assist the iring the Torah reading. %  lay evening Oneg shabthe Saturday Kiddush l e under the supervision of Mrs. Chait in honor of i Subject of a sermon to I'd by Rabbi Skop is Id i d as: The World Of Sholhem. The musical porthe services will be by lt< Irving Robinson and the Choir directed by Leon 1PLE BETH SHOLOM will Friday evening services at i. Subject of a sermon to %  r ed by Rabbi Leon Kroscheduled as: Religion In an Life. In conjunction national observance of I In American Life, the will conduct its Annual ship Welcome during the An Oneg Shabbat in hon; new members will follow.! nt of the Men's Club, Dr. ler Rabbins, will present ith Prayer Books. Satur-j ning services are at 10:45 hen the Bar Mitzvah of son of Mr. and Mrs. Samcerman, will take place. Samuel Kelemer will renmusical portions of all _+JeH>i$l> fk**0an PAGE 9 B I Bi It. r iici ric.< Ischi II %  bi: • r MIAMI JEWISH CENII hold Friday evening at 5:30 p.m. Late services duled for 8:30 p.m., with lfred Waxman officiating. •peaker will be Milton fl who will present a i the Center in recogniits High Holy Day Israel rive, Mrs. David Dresner sa the Sabbath candles. I Mrs. Dresner will be the Oneg Shabbat followturday morning services duled for 9 a.m., with Congregation services at Mincha will be at 5 p.m., 1 by study of the Weekly and Shalos Seudos. Pi :i Guilders of Immortal Memorials for the rrort $ man Jewish Trade ii si §i miw.Rt iwt .. L M ^ for the 2-Story White Building nond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Sundays Phone 4-3249 MiamiR. U 1S BOnS Prl,Cher (rlgh,) C Wner of the newlyMiami Beach signing a contract with Chris Danos. business aq £•" L Cal No ,33 Je contract assures the restaurant's eges. Standing are members of the staff, who look on at the si luxurious dining room has been enlarged and re-appointed to Chinese Supper Features Show B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a Chinese Supper on Sunday evening. 5:30 p.m., at the J e wi s h Community Center, 'announced Mrs. Philip C o e chairman of the affair. ^ A Variety Show, staged by Triangle Productions, will be the feature of the evening. Stormont With piano accompaniment by Mrs. Ann Abrams, performers will include Margie Stormont, Norman Hunt, Norbert Artz, Jackie May, Roberta Levine and Mark Adler. The professional entertainment is being directed by David Rabinowitz. producer of The Court Of Junior Pleas, local television show. designed Isaac Gellis Restaurant, 1141 Washington Avenue, ent of the Waiters and Bartenders, Hotel and Restaurant Empersonnel the best of working conditions, salaries and privilgning. Isaac Gellis had its formal re-opening last week. The meet the needs of an ever increasing number of diners there. Miss Hall*in SfM.iLs At St. Petersburg Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will be a participant in the Third Annual Community Workshop on Human Relations being held today at St. Petersburg, Florida. The Workshop is" under the sponsorship of the St. Petersburg Council on Human Relations in cooperation with Pinellas County Schools, United Churches, Ministerial Association and community | use of audio-visual aids in proorganizations, j grams for building good human Balkin will demonstrate the I relations. %  MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED 26th Season THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, Conductor Wagner Program SUNDAY. NOV 23. 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUD. MONDAY, NOV. 24. 8:30 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUD. Single Tickets: 1.50, 1.75, 2."", :' SO, $.00 IMM Ren. Call: 87-4980, :i-J::i7. 5-0477, 1-0230. f H MARTINI'S1>35 W. 46TH ST. Bet. B WAY & 8TH DIRECT FROM PARIS ^2-HOUR FRENCH REVUE BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST I BEST NIGHTCLUB SHOW I in mony yeon. The oudieoee cheered I" JIM O'CONNOB. to*" *•**>- %  *SHOWS MMU AT •*> :M 50B P EAUT A .ES50^ TWO riNI OUCHISTtAS Wt YOUft CON7INOOOS MNCMO SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PARTIES AND BANQUETS FROM 10 to 600 Res. JU 2-5222 MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jowish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director Cassel Rabbi Abraham M. 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< s -q -w*fc*v*\\^*** %  *! %  • %  PAGE 10 B +Jmisl> fk>rklian__ JZlDM^NoVDto •V Growth Of Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch Necessitates Expansion Program N u; TOYS b< Mwr 'ML Shown above is the new building of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association's Allapattah Branch. Opened in 1949, the branch has grown so rapidly that these quarters must no w be erected to service its more than 8,400 depositors. Phenomenal growth of the Allapattah Branch Office of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami in three years has created need for new quarters. Dade Federal, taking its services "out to the people" when I it opened its branch office at | 1594 NW 36th Street, on June 18th, 1949. was more than justified. Residents of the entire northI west area responded by opening more than 1.200 new savings ac! counts the first 12 hours the branch was open Today, t h e DudiFederal Branch has some 8.400 savings members with savings of nearly Six million dollars. Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Association, at ground-breaking ceremonies for the new branch office building Tuesday, told community leaders. "The confidence of the people in Allapattah and the entire northwest area gives us reason for this building. When we established our branch here, it was with Riverside Director Aids In Weizmann Rites Arrangement Temple Israel Has Blood Donor Evening LEGA L NOTICE NOTICE UN0fTT^> 17th Av I... c • STEP! Pi S "Mb,, %  %  :. LAW ,T *I III.'. 1 ri'iii si till %  ST!:: \ n 11/7 14 i"n£n NOTICE U'.DER FIC1 NAME LAW v v am w %  ; '" • %  %  Mbuni/l* S V" %  '' ; I'adt i ISOI .1 in 31 n %  •'•IMS S. 811 On Tuesday evening. November TEL AVIV — The Israel Gov' 25th. from 5 to 8 p.m., a Blood ernment announced early last Bank Mobile Unit of Mount Sinai week that it had called upon ; Hospital will be set up at Kaplan Maxwell Passerman to advise in i Hall. Temple Israel, to receive the preparation and direction of %  donors for the account of the NOTICE UNDER FICTlTflil NAME LAW J NOTICE is HEREBY Offl the underalgned, dejirinr; to m bualneae undei th nctltleaia HAKol.h'S Ki iSHBR FtBSftfl at tlt-Sth 8tn el Miami E Ida. Inland! to c-tfinter with the Clerk nl th, rircnij of Dade Count Florida HAROLD P nd OEOROE .1 TAUAXOFI Attorney for Applicant 410 Lincoln Rn I Miami Beach I la ti 14-31 -_>> i: -. the last rites for Dr. Chaim Weizmann. first President of the new state, who died in Rehovoth following two heart attacks. membership. Depositors of a pint of blood will be eligible to receive the main benefits from the Mutual Passerman is a director of the Aid Account which returns blood Joseph M. Lipton tr -to it for transfusions at no cost. Riverside Memorial Chapel New York City. He had been vacationing in Tel Aviv The funeral organization cur. rently includes chapels in Man-i t TOOdw 1 <-roup Meets hattan. Brooklyn, the Bronx and T n .... __ Far Rockawav. New York and \ The G,>odwl11 G !" "P OfGreatMiami and Miami Beach Florida 2" Mlaml w '" meet on Tuesday. 'November 25th. 7:30 p.m.. at the North Dade Has Rummage Sale A Rummage sale sponsored by th,. Sisterhood of the North Dade tion: Charles Baumgardner. president of the 36th Street Property Owners Association; William Lai kin. president of Ki warns; § Gregory Constantine, vice presiin the continued %  d ent uf lho Commercial Bank of Jewisn Center is now gi vth and progress of the area. M:; ""': John Geir. president of r ess at 2yl0 NW 7th "When our new building is I Central Bank and Trust Comcompleted it will make us feel| pany; and Marvin Midkiff, Allaev< n more like we are part of the P attari News. i McAllister Post. 27th Avenue. VFW. 1608 SW in progAvenue. Martie Schumann is chairman of the project. In charge of donations is Mrs. Ida Goodman. foundation of the community." Taking part in the groundbreaking ceremony, besides LipEdwin T. Reeder and Associates designed the building, which will be constructed bv Arkin SliNRAl PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL SAN .IABIUN oe eurr cowvAtuctna MIAMI a-' r*nton. officers and directors of Construction Company. Dade Federal, were community j The building and parking area leaders William Parris, honorary will occupy fiv t lots on 36th mayor of Allapattah: Mrs Fred Street and one on 35th. The W Vosloh, president of Miami building will be 166 feet by 108 Jackson PTA; J. Mark Stanley, feet and two stories high, conpresident of the Lions Club; Dade tabling* offices and stores as well Thornton, president of the Optias the savings association area. mist Club: William A. Morrison,!' LEONARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR CO\r>ITIO\ED Cur Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel Becretary of the Exchange Club. Ohn L. Simpson, president of the Allapattah Busini A t*"L ^•a AUGUST BROS Ry. I* l hiDl.srf f r> Come this i/eatto Kelei the cerafree Latin way—whara sties ere brighter, hearts ere liqhter! Tha splendor, convenience and hospitality of tha CONDADO BEACH HOTEL offer just the right combination of old world atmosphere and modarn conveniences. Airconditioned guti* roomi with privata bath and sho-er • comfortably, graciously furnished. Enjoy tha days and nights oi eiciting adventures within beautifully landscapad growadi— Private beach, salt water pool, cabanas, tennis courts cocktail hour, dining, dancing. Cenvanient to tailing, fishing, %  iding, golf and native sightseeing. NOTICE UNDER FICTITUM NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE the underalaTned, deeirlBe; te r>ui*lne*i* und. r lh flctlUeMefl THE NOOK • -ii VY FUsfarl Miami Intel reslater auO with Ih.Clerk "I the: uf Is.iilr i "...II.H Hoi la HUNK DOS V K K HZ HENRT NTSJI \,\r\l Ati.irni-^ (• A mil .intj Mil Reynold 111 11 :i--'> i: % %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of ttEVtNTH JUDICIAL CiRCWt AND FOR DADE COLNTt. FLORIDA IN CHANCED No. 16*420 KMII.1A M TRBACTi FHU'JK JAMES O TREAry rjetald NOTICE OF PUBLICATI01 Ti>: JA.MKS C rREACT 211 w..-i llth Street Erie, rVnn-\lvPti ^J Y..r ARE HEREBT M that a Bill '"' ,a V. haa been filed agalnil are hereb) ,f youi An-.. • the rMlrfO >.!... nt n I' ••• ,!,0 5fJ file the "5 > the % %  :•• "£3 or befo e •* %  % %  %  ..-.j other* i BUI e/HI ) %  i k< Dmte N v im ,• n I-EA1 Clerk of the CireW tmil By R H RICE B) BfOENE i WEISS m Attorue) foi r u • n I ,.„ i Incoln R'wl l :ni;lini Miami Beach l COUNTY JUDGES 5-2100 or 5-5844 ^x.r ^ r 24-HOUR SERVICE OXE OF AMBRICAS MOST BEAUTIFUL FUHERAL HOMES 1850 AL cw N £Sff r # MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director ^.rV'A^^oVbAorco^ FLORIDA IN PROBATt NO ?* ID Re: B8TATK iF ^ AS NOTICE^ ^0 : ^ E •-'••'• | Eal I" „ u,, v.... and ea.h n .tlfled and • %  %  id • • %  .,• INN /, 'iAWWi ed i..t. ... |.. KAISPB .r Dade rounl n, e in th< %  calendar monChfnan """ 1(1 ^ %  flrxt publication or damandv I ilr*'*i f il" %  In th' JJ %  i we ctal "t a najo" i ill be barn .1 33 Probate A Dati Noveml IERTKI-PR •'•'• %  •Vrn* \ D. I ''f OERTRfKK .-l- H A, Admmiiins"" TT, 8ILVER,* g Eal it AN I'Al.l.oTT Atlornevn fur Adm n II-M II "'-'lnlitrrt ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATMOX Ol TI ITS Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-436C NOTICE UNDER f'C T NOTICE '; %  TlOt* .-^'1 NAME LAW.^ the ur^erJwed. aeaS -a •nsalneea under t";;,''..'^ T ill W. lth Avenue, >'jf"!' im '*' %  n,,, .ira5WII.I.IAM i F*E"!t? Mt..iM.. foi M "'" il :•!-;••• i' !l|l |fll it (RDI rL>: Drive, •and t.. t-' I'lerk nl <•>•" Cuunty. Florid 11/21-St — i: ;l! \l %  •' 1 rMtal



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)AY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952 LEGAL NOTICE ^kwlstithrkikir ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Fill 51071 l< hereby given that RKN %  holder of iTty of Miami Tax (i %  Numbered ill'.', dated 1,1,.. of June, A.D. 1950, haa |,l Certificate In my office, mmliapplication for tax deed thereon in accordance with ( %  • "> %  embraces the described property, situated rCounty. Florida, to-Wit: lllock 6, Twelfth Street i First Addition, Flat Hook 67, in the City of Miami, ,.f Dade. State of Florida. ~%  — %  %  = r of said property unc.rtillcate Issued war in the I'nknown. Unless Raid CerJrhall be redeemed according It,ix dee.I will Issue thereon on I day of December, A.D. 1952. rrii-* l"th day of November, i: I! I.KATHEHMAX, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dole County. Florida, •ourt .seal) B N. C. STERRETT. Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B Deputy t U'j-12 >TICE TO CREOlTORS WUNir JUDOES-. COVRT |NC FOR DADE COONTV, LORIDA IN PROBATE. No 28119.B IKSTATI: i >v IV I. SUGARMAN. 1 leeeased %  diton and All Persons Havflaims or Demands Against Estate: nil each of you, are hereby and required to present any tnd demands which you, or ... may have against the HENRY I SUGARMAN. de.1. of Dad.County, Florida, %  Honorable County Judices of Intiiit.v. ami file the same In |: s in the County Courthouse uunty, Florida, within eight lonthl from the date'of the atlon hereof. Said claims |nds to contain the legal adI i 1.1 imam and to be 'Worn • Kented aa aforesaid, or same irred member 17. A.D. I2S2. ERTRUDE SL'OARMAN |.', Administratrix C.T.A. DBN pi the Estate -if I \l:v SUGARMAN. Deceased. SILVER \ MII.I...V i '. C.T.A, DBN CE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • IS HEREBY GIVEN that cue i. desiring to engag in the fictitious name ..f %  I'TRiiARD BOAT RENTAL. • >> Alton Road, Miami intends to register the • i. i 'lerk of the Clr• ellCounty, Florida i at Miami Beach, Florida, U • '' tober, 1*51 VINCI-: DE BONIS Bole inner I. AND KI.M.MEL At Law n Road ach, Florida I 7-14-21 F"I sr T u t i!-£! RCU,T COURT OF THE AND FOR U S C r£ L C "UIT IN iisJS! DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. HENRY F. )HP Plalntlft "' tl r I A MA E JOHNSON I.ranner Avenue. I'rlchard. Alabama You are hereby notified that a Hill Hied Taalns. 1 JS "TJ*" *-. bSS thfcierk r ortS?S '" %  ,n 1 ''•' by 2 ieiU W wlff beVken^S^ m ;o n u E. 1!. LE.VTHERMAN, B>, Wll. \V. 8T<*'KIN•> KIXil DAWSON, Plaintiff, Y CECIL DAWSON. ,,,,_ Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE -\RY CECIL DAWSON %  v .list Street '; I'liioiui. Virginia "l-NRY CECIL DAWSON. are notified that a Hill of Com' %  >< %  Divorce has been filed "i. and you are required I" %  '•py of your Answer or PleadBUI "f Complaint on the Attorney, OEORQE .1. TAL' % %  I-'" Line, '. ami I n Ro.ul. Miami file the original E fleadinj in the office of %  thn V,., ",' il '''"'' Court on or I ,-' ln daj ,,r December. 1951 l„ %  o, Judcmenl i.i detaken against you for r. 1 j demanded In the Bill of ; %  : ',hall be published tor four naecutlve week ... J K W SH FLQRIDIAN '• AND ORDERED at Miami. 10th day of November, '?. B. LEATIIKR.MAN, •lerk. Circuit Court. Dolc i;unty norMa S y ,' T,i V V A N 'OFF. Esq. t-"; r R j: 1 r lff '.."' %  "h. Florida 12/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154203 THELMA ALVINA tlYROF'FT. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN UYROFF"Y, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN GYROFFY Residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, FREDERICK N. BARAD. Suite 42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 3rd day of December. 19r.2. If you fail to .In SO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, This nolle.shall lie published once e.n h week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. F'lorlda, this 31st dav of October, A.D. I9S3. i: It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Da.le County, Florida H\ : WM. W. STOCKING I vputy Clerk FREDERICK N BARAD Suite 152, 120 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, F'lorlda At tui lu-v for Plaintiff 11/7-14-21-28 LEGAL NOTICE IN ySZ'Zf*,?* PUBLICATION FIMIIK J UD| C"AL CIRCUT OF rrff 2$L IN AND F0R DA E COUNTY IN CHANCERY. BBBILA M. tUoSK 1 Plaintiff Presen t r"A'!!;!:'-:^ :S?n ,< S?,reet v„„ „„ Brooklyn, New York l-th day of December. A.D 1952 othDivAre 'hFr" "' ••""l'lalnt for l, u'-, h,l "'" f ': 1 f'l-l herein, will be taken as confessed bv you. d-A,.? v"! M l ami HS* !" *. ,hls 12th "lay or November. 1952 E. II I.EATHERMAN. lerk of the circuit Court. "Mr, „i, r,,nT% e ^r ,y r,or,da Uy: WM. W STOCKINO v._ ^ Oeputy Clerk Name and Address of '','?,">;;> Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybol.l B|i|. Miami: Fl.nlds, 11/U-2I-2S !•> -, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LAST GABLES PRIVATE SCHOOL, at 339S S. W. 22nd St.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. •STEPHEN F. K-E^ER WA "' ,S Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler Street 11/14-21-28 — 12 :. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bus ne-ss under the fictitious name of LAKF.hHORF: APARTMENTS, at 93'i', K Mt 4!t,h "ireet, Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cuumy, Florida. ETHEL REALTY CO., INC. By: William Fisher MYERS. HUMAN ft KAPLAN^"* Attorneys for Applicant ll/H-21-38 — 12/:, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,^ !" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that I 1 "'," 1 reigned, desiring to engage in CFt !" iE??7 u h e fi l '' i <""' "ame of CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO.. at Mtami SSS* k and .N*' W. 2nd Ave, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit court of Da.le Countv. F'lorlda CARL U NDY & EDITH Ll-NDY. his wife: MAX DREYER & ANNA DREYER. his wife: SAMUEL DREYER & OEORO B TA^ro!fr h UWl e Attorney for Applicants 421) Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida 11/21-22 — 12/3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage IP business under the fictitious name of I. A H SUNDRS, at iii"> W. Flagler S.., Miami, intend to register said name ith the Clerk -.r the circuit i ourt of Dade County, FI..I i.ia. WALTER .1. I-'LACIJ ROBERT W. KELLY STEPHEN P. KESSLER \ :> in > f %  < %  Applicants -'-' %  "' W. Flaglei St. II "-14-21-2.S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RERY GIVEN that the .undersigned, desiring to engage III niS!9£SU 1 <, £ r the fictitious name of BOMBAY^ IX>UXOE. at 60I Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES GROSSMAN LESTER A. Zl'TTY HARRY KLl'BECK „ Co-Partners MALVIN ENGLANDER Attorney for Applicants 311 Lincoln Road 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i-i business under the fictitious name ..f PAPPY'H DINING ROOM, al THE EL MOROCCO HOTEL. :!2iin Collins Avenue, Miami P.each. intend I., regISI.-I said nain,. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HARRY B. FEINBERG BETTY FEINBERO 10'3t — I1/7H-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engajre in business under the fictitious name of HERBS BAR. at number StHX N. W. 17th Ave, In Dade County, Florida, Jntends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, F'lorlda. HERBERT BRAUN THEODORE It. WAYNE, Att'v. 2MB Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables. Fla. 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AUTHORIZED WESTINGHol'RE LAUNDROMAT EQUIPPED HALF HOUR LAUNDRY, at 144 S, W ade Countv. F'lorlda. BLIAS SCHULMAN FREDERICK X BARAD Attorney for Ellas Schulman n l1-21-28 — 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng ige In ess under the fictitious name %  ,! KAII.A ORIGINALS, al 3930 North Miami Avenue — Miami. Florida, Intend to legist.:said II.line with the Clerk ol the circuit Court -i Dade County, Florida. l'.All.A WEINER BERNIE ADEL GE< IRGE KASTENBAUM Attorney for Applicants l Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, F'lorlda 10/ :t 1 — 11/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ORCHIDS GALORE, at 10710 Bisi ayne Blvd.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KARL STRIMPP ANNE OSWALD STEPHEN F' KESSLER Attorney for Applicants 2200 W. Flagler St. 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JF;AN and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT, at 5:,2 N. E. Tin! Ave Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. FRANK GUNSBEP.G JAY I. COHEN Attorney lor F'rank Gunsberg 1.1/21-28 12/3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desirinu to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNKHINE TOURS AND SI'XRAV TOURS, at 229 N E. 1st Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. SOLAN A TRAVEL COMPANY, Inc. ELI BRF:OER Attorney for Applicant 23.". Lincoln Road 11/21-28 — 12/3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA JUICE & SYRUP CO.. at 215 N W 27th Street. Miami. Florid i. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da le County, Florida. I'l/oRIDA JUICE, INC.. a Florida cor|s>ratfon COURBHON .v COURSHON Attorneys for F'lorlda Juice, Inc. 11 21-2— I2/S-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERMBV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EMPRESS HOTEL at 4333 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. INTF:RNATIONAL CO. a F'lorlda corporation By: 1SADORE KOWAL President KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Applicants 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154110 LIONEL Ql >MOS, Plaintiff vs. GENE VIE VI-: GOMES. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: OENEVIEVE UOMES 917 EAGLE AVENUE BRONX, N.Y. YOU are required to serve a cop) ,,f your answer to th Bill of complaint for 1'ivor, n plaintiff's atfornej and to file the orlgltjal answer In the Office of the Clerk of the circuit court on or before the tn da] of November, l52: otherwise, the Bttl of Complaint foi Dlvon • %  I f,-,. filed hers n in be taken as confess* 1 bj you ... „.,. DATED al Miami. Florida, this .Mli '%  % % %  ^V^BATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dad.County, Fi-.ii.i.i B] W.M w iTOCKINO Deputy Clerk Name and address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN R LYONS 910-12 Olympla Building, Miami. Florida 10/31 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of MAXON'S OF MIAMI, at 228 N. E, 1st Avenue and 44:1 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. -MAX SAI-'RA MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for < iwner Seybold Bldg. ID'31 — 11/7-11-2 1 NOTICE Udi>UR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in basfneas under the fictitious name of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF' ORLANIH). at 90 N. W. 13th S'treet, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATIONAL BEVF:RAGES, INC. BY: SAMUEL HLANK. President MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ZUBA MFQ. AND KALES CO. (NOT INC.). at 1469 N. W. 54th St.. Miami. F'la., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOF: SZUBA STEPHEN F. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 11/7-14-21-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ATI.AS ENGINEERING COMPANY (not inc.). at 3771 N. VV. r.lst Street. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JAMES BRESLOW EUGENE I! KATZ 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BOULEVARD PRINTERS, at 9816 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. WILLIAM C. TAYLOR & ELIZABETH TAYLOR 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 154570 MURIEL SELTZER, Plaintiff JOSEPH JACOB SELTZER, I lefen lanl TO: JOFEPH JACOB SELTZER •'.I • ilia ide Avenue West New York, New Jersey You are I squired to serve a : ipj f j oui ns er t" the Bill of Comp i %  i for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, ami to file the original answer In the office of the Clei k of the '' I Court on or before the 17th dav of December, A D. 1952; otherwise, thn Bill of Complaint for Divorce, her-i fore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 17th day of November, l\>~-. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Co 111, Dade County. F'lorida (Circuit J-'ourt Seal) By: W.M W. STOCKINO, Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: -MILTON A. F'RIEDMAN 1022 Seybold Bldg Miami. F'lorida 11/21-28 — 12/3-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 154582 ALOIS Hltl'BV. Plaintiff, vs. ETHEL HRUBY, Defendant. SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO: ETHEL HRUBY 9.-1-47 HT'th Street Kiel mil Hill Oueens County, New York You. ETHEL HRUBY, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for |)ivorce has been filed against you. ami you are required t" serve n copy of your Answer or Pleading t" the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, OEOROE .1. TALIANOFF, f-" 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Plead iim m the office of the Clerk "f the circuit court on or before the 17th ,|.i% of Dn ember. 1952. If you fall to do so. Judgment bj default "dl be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once %  ach week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this 17th day of November, A D 1252, E B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, !>ade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By R H. RICB, JR., Deputy Clerk 11/21-28 — 12/3-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GRACE HAIR STYLIST, at 1207 17th Street. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GRACE I.EVENSON Sole owner MANUEL I.UBEI. Attorney for Applicant Lawyers Bldg. 22* N. E. 2nd Ave. U/T-14-21-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol THE GIFT BOWL, at t-".7 Lincoln Ro.ul. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THE FRUIT BOWL, INC. OEOROE I TAI.IANoFl' Attorne) for Applicant r: i i. ncoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11 '21-22 12 S-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Cause Numbered 154297 FRANK RUBIN. Plaintiff. LENA RUBIN. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LENA RUBIN 2101 N. 32nd Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. anil you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on thn plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, on or before December 8, 1952; otherwise the allegations Of such bill will be taken as confessed by y i Dated this 5th day of November, E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) By M. c. GRF;F:N, Deputy Clerk SHELDON N. I.ELCHUK Attorney for Plaintiff S04 Ingraham Building Miami. Florida 11/7-14-21-2? ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jewish Floridlcm •Beets your legal notlcM. W apprec iate y e a I pulxoiiaae ana a^iaraB" IM accurate irvloa at legal rate*. Phone 2-1141 tar messenger service. SEITLiN S COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 y ^^p? 1 ie N. C. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. 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63 v. : ;
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November 21, 1952

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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fewiislbJEIIiDipidliiayR
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
R.UME 26Number 47
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
>an Charges Arabs With
lackmaiF Tactics At UN
\
\ir el Rifai Accuses Israel
Of Being Without Statehood
I1TED NATIONS (JTA) The United Nations General As-
I which this week heard a violent Arab complaint against
Irman-Israel reparations agreement, was treated to a blister-
kshinu reply by Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban, who de-
the unwarranted intervention" by the Arabs as "black-
that the Arabs had threatened to
. Eban told the assembly
tiomic and political sanc-
Lgainst the West German
hment if it honored the
Cent with Israel.
Arab protest was made by
. Fai ran. Egyptian Foreign
ei, who told the General
bly that pressure had been
on the West German
jMrient to "acquiesce" to
|ing Israel "under guise of
lions" with "large mone-
jnds and enormous quan-
heavy machinery." This,
erved, "lends no optimism
prospects of peace and
|y in the Middle East."
Egyptian Government, he
viewed with "grave con-
I the Gorman-Israeli repar-
Lgreement. It was Egypt's
conviction," he said, that
. was in no way entitled to
^tinns from Germany on be-
Jews of the world." .
Egyptian criticized the
Nations for not solving
oblem of the Palestine ref-
"No plan for the peace
itability of the Middle East
be worthy of attention which
t aim at an equitable and
ine solution to such prob-
ie declared. He charged
[inder the "pressure of world
* *
fern for \ayuib
H-IISSfS tsVilft
Uhl X Chief
pNlxiN (JTA) Lieuten-
I General William E. Riley,
Ed Nations true supervisor
Palestine, and Major General
ammed Naguib, Egyptian
nier and Commander-in-
If c>f the Army, conferred
[week in Cairo on the Pales-
1 question and the future of
\rab refugees, it was reported
from the Egyptian capital.
was reported from Beirut
the UN Relief and Works
hey and the Syrian Govern-
Jt are completing arrange-
Its for a project to provide
MS and livelihood for 18,000
kstine Arab families number-
180.000 persons. The first part
Ihe project, which will prob-
' require a total investment of
lOOO.OUO. will provide for the
lenient near Damascus of a
tantial number of refugees.
bility over tyranny." Israel, ow-
ing to its new sovereignty, has
"received the public penance of
its most savage foes," he declar-
ed. The treaty had drawn a "deep
unaimous echo of applause from
all the free countries of the
Mr. Eban said that this Arab
interference "rested on the as-
sumption that the Arabs were
in a state of war with Israel; it
rested on the -B9umption of in-
ternational illegality." He re-
ferred to the fact that Egypt was
in defiance of a Security Council
resolution to halt the blockade
of Israel-bound shipping through
the Suez Canal. Under the arm-
istice agreements, he pointed out,
neither parly could assert itself
as an active belligerent.
The Israel representative stress-
ed that it was the basic duty of
the Near Eastern States to nego-
tiate for a peaceful settlement,
that they had no moral right to
complain if they did not want to
negotiate. He drew attention to
the fact that the Arab states had
refused to give home or shelter
to their own kinsmen.
At the beginning of his speech,
he spoke of its being difficult to
remember a time of greater dang-
(Continued on Page 6 A)
Z0A Confident Ike Will
Not Change East Policy
See American Israeli Security
NEW YORK (JTA)Confidence that President-elect Dwight D.
Eisenhower will continue the American policy of support to Israel
was expressed here last week by Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the Zionist Organization of America, in the first public expression
by a Zionist leader here on the outcome of the election. Rabbi
Miller spoke at a dinner at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel tendered
in his honor by leaders of the Is-
rael Bond Drive.
Pointing out that "the fostering
of a strong Israel will advance the
ing evidence of his deep concern
for Israel. In his letter to the
leader of the Zionist movement.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, on Octo-
_.---------, .- ber 17th, he expressed 'hearty
interests of American democracy | accord' with the declaration on
in a most critical area" and that
"a militarily secure Israel is also
insurance for America's defense,"
the ZOA president said, "there is
ample reason to look forward to
the extension of support for Is-
rael on the part of the American
Government.
Israel in the Republican platform
and stated that 'it is in the inter-
est of the United States and of
all peace loving nations that poli-
tical and economic aid to estab-
lish their own security should be
extended to Israel and to all coun-
I tries in the Middle East which are
"In President-elect Eisenhow- | similarly intentioned.'
er," Rabbi Miller declared, "the | ..Thro\
political Zionism," about one
million Arabs had been "ruth-
lessly" torn from their homes in
Palestine.
"For the first time in history
an indigenous population of an
area are being displaced to ac-
commodate so-called DP's from
other areas," he said.
(Arab attempts to prevent the
ratification of the Israel-German
agreement on reparations pay-
ments were described editorially
by the Manchester Guardian as a
"blackmail" effort which is "gath-
ering momentum.")
Eban Hails Pact
This Arab statement, Mr. Eban
declared in reply, was an abuse
of the forum of the United Na-
tions and an intrusion into the
sovereignty of the signatory
states. It was "none of their busi-
ness and concern," he said. He
quoted the Egyptian Foreign
Minister as saying that West
Germany and Israel had no right
to sign such an agreement, and
said that the Egyptian Ministers
attitude was similar to the atti-
tude adopted toward colonial ter-
ritories.
The Israeli delegate described
the treaty between Israel and
Germany as "a most remarkable
episode. Historians of the fu-
ture would pause and wonder at
it," he said, adding that it mark-
ed an ultimate viotory of "weak-
ness over strength and responsi-
Jewish people have a champion,
and the State of Israel an under-
standing friend. The President-
elect's record on this score is clear ; ~r~ ^ probiem of the Middle
and unmistakable. He was the _. Rabbj MUler said ..,t will
i.i .... ..... nf un Tuti'icVi ciirvivnrs #..._
Through the implementation
of this policy, President-elect
Eisenhower and his administra-
tion will provide a historic solu-
Uncover
Nazi SS
Youths
NEW ORLEANS A fevered
[juvenile imagination inspired by
I the fantastic legend that Adolf
j Hitler is still alive was the big
factor behind the new Nazi
Youth Club which has just been
! broken up by the New Orleans
! police here, it was declared in a
I report of the New Orleans Reg-
i ional Office of the Anti-Defama-
I tion League, B'nai B'rith.
iB'rith.
The report was made public
iby Henry Edward Schultz, na-
! tional chairman of the League.
The gang of nine boys, ranging
in age from 10 to 15 years, was
I organized by a youth who had
read in a magazine that the Fueh-
I rer was hiding out in Argentina,
: the report declared. Somehow,
he became obsessed with the
story and proceeded to form his
own little group of "storm troop-
liberator of the Jewish survivors
of the Nazi concentration camps.
As the Commanding General re-
sponsible for the rehabilitation of
the Jews in the Displaced Per-
sons camps in the American zone
of Germany, he brought to this
be a blessing for America, for Is-
rael and for the peace of the
world."
He declared that "the Congress
of the United States affirmed and
reaffirmed bi-partisan support for
of Germany ne orougnt to ,- President
task deep understanding, human ^ everlasting
sympathy and genuine concern J hj
for the future welfare of the rem-:P recoJ,mtk)n of Israei and
nants of European Jewry. His ef- ^JL- asqistanr<, of the
forts in their behalf made it pos-
sible for them to look forward to
the rebuilding of their shattered
lives in Israel, and as proud citi-
zens of the new state they con-
tinue to bless his name.
Can Solve Problem
his unwavering assistance of the
new domcracy throughout these
crucial years."
Eban Views Future
Abba S- Evan, the Israel Am-
bassador, told the assembly he
i was confident that the new Eisen-
j ,. ,,: hower administration would con-
"Moreover, President-elect Eis- i
enhower recently provided strik-1 (yg_fggd u0 Psnunuoj)___
British Disturbed By
SS Meeting In Sector
LONDON (JTA) Jewish organizations and leaders in Britain
are disturbed over a public mass meeting held in the British.zone
of Germany by some 6.000 former SS men. The Agudas Israel World
Organization has already submitted a memorandum to the Foreign
Office asking that immediate steps be taken to suppress all neo-
Nazi movements. I b, t ge ilseif of sucn ele-
The Board of Deputies of Brit- F
lion Thanksgiving Service
On Thur.d.y. November 27th. 11 ajn.. the Annual Union
banksgiving Service will be held under the auspice, of the creei-
Miami Rabbinical Aaaociation at the Miami Hebrew School ana
pngregation. 1101 SW 12th Avenue. Rabbi Simon April wiu oe
t Rabbi.
. Other, participating include Rabbi, Dr. Jacob H. KPB' *"x.
aPiro. of Beth David: Meyer Abramowita. of North Shore.
rry Ettinger. oi North Dade; Alfred Waxman. of West Miami.
MorrU A. Skop. of Coral Gable.; Irving Lehrman. of Maw
ch. Shrnaxy.hu Swiraky. of Beth El: Abraham CM*
fnneth Israeli and Moso. Mescheloff. of Beth Jacob.
Cantor Berel. Kelemer will offer the Modim Anaehunu solo.
"* thepeeeeauato* of Color, by the Boy Scout, end tfc-
"** of Allegiance.
The gang had its own club-
house an abandoned, burned
building where the "storm troop-
ers" met, using the Nazi swastika
as their emblem. Membership
cards printed in German boasted
a picture of Hitler on one side,
and on the other, the word "I am
a member of the Nazi Party."
Although first reports in the
nation's press indicated that the
group had been organized by
adults and that the FBI had been
called into the case because of
the gang's "subversive" activi-
ties, the ADL learned that despite
the Hitlerian trappings, the boys
were motivated by nothing more
than an urge to vandalism.
"The frightening thing about
(Continued on Page 8 A)
ish Jews, through its Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, is planning to
make immediate representations
to the Foreign Office, it was re-
ported here. The officers of the
Anglo-Jewish Association were
said to be discussing what action
to take. Barnett Janner, leader
of the Board of Deputies and an
MP, called the situation a "shock-
ing state of affairs" and prom-
ised to do what he could to "deal
with the matter."
A. L. Easterman, political di-
rector of the World Jewish Con
ments.'
Anti-Semitic and Nazi songs
were sung at a political meeting
in a suburb of Hanover and
crowds booed and cursed the po-
licemen who dispersed it, the
New York Times subsequently
reported in a cable from Bonn.
The cable also reported that Wil-
helm Schopmann, the last leader
of Hitler's brown-shirted Storm
Troopers, the SA, is a candidate
of the Refugee Party in the com-
munal elections in Lower Sax-
ony.
"The appearance of Heir
gress, asserted that the public Scho n -and lesscr Nazis on
re-emergence of "Hitler s infam- i ^ for ,oca, councils,
1 the increased political activity of
the neo-Nazis and the series of
pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic po-
ous SS" is a clear warning that
"Germany is still far from being
qualified as a partner in the de-
fense of the democratic world.
The SS was the greatest murder
organization in history," he point-
ed out, and its being able to
parade in public and "throw mud
at the Allies who aided a con-
quered Germany is proof that
the new Germany has not been
litical rallies emphasize that neo-
Fascism is virulent in Lower Sax-
ony, despite the voluntary disso-
lution of the Socialist Reich party
and its subsequent banning by
the Federal Constitutional Court
last Thursday," the report em-
phasized.


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District Court. Honorable George W. Whitehurst and John
W. Holland. Standing (left to right) are Henry J. Halam chair-
man, Americanism Committee, Harvey Seeds Post, American
Legion. Mrs. Samuel J. Bobbin, chairman, American Citizen-
snip Committee, Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs-
Mrs. Jacqueline Clossey. newly naturalized citizen; Robert T
btrong newly naturalized citizen; and Gilbert J. Balkin chair-
Americanism Committee, Miami Beach Lodge. Bnai
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tine Dade
i'or Diabetes
students in Dade
o7s will be tested for
part of this year's
etcction Drive, it was
j early this week.
\r\g school officials for
iration, Dr. Harold
chairman for Dia-
pointed out that
jetes occurs less fre-
children than in ad-
tascs in children are
fcrc severe.
Ire at present an esti-
[OOO youngsters in the
etes under treatment
." Dr. Rand said, "and
Cm, like adult diabetics,
I live normal and happy
there are many other
h have diabetes un-
themselves, or their
through mass screening
J children, and general
Ication, we hope to find
nown cases and V'ace
control."
Lorraine Grobman
Heads Landau Group
National B'nai B'rith Youth
Commission Milton Friedman in-
stalled oficers of the Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, last Sunday at the
Sea Gull Hotel.
Installed were the Misses Lor-
raine Grobman, president; Viv-
ian Hausman, vice president; Cel-
ia Berman, corresponding secre-
tary; and Marlene Herlands, his-
torian-reporter.
Other officers are the Misses
Sue Goodman, treasurer; Isabel
Pugatsky, recording secretary;
and Selma Rubin, counselor.
Traubel Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guest on her
radio program tomorrow over
station WKAT, 6:15 p.m., will be
Helen Traubel, dramatic soprano
of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany. Mme. Traubel appears with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra on Sunday and
Monday evenings.
Women Voters
Have Orientation
An orientation meeting, plan-
ned for new and interested mem-
bers of the Provisional League of
Women Voters of Miami Beach,
will be held today, 10 a.m.* at the
Sea Gull Hotel.
Mrs. John Lotz, III, of the Mi-
ami League, will speak on the
history and functions of the
League of Women Voters.
Presenting a survey report on.
Know Your Town, will be the
Mesdames Norman Babel, Julius
Brietler, Leila Rosenthal and
Herbert Bromberg.
The meeting is being planned
by Membership Chairman Mrs.
Roland W. Granat.
Einstein Declines Israel Presidency
JERUSALEM Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion's office an-
nounced here late Tuesday that
Professor Albert Einstein, inter-
nationally known physicist and
mathematician, had declined the
Presidency of Israel.
Father And Child Night
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael will hold its Annual Father
and Child Night on Wednesday,
November 26th, 6:30 p.m., in Kap-
lan Hall. In charge of reservations
is Hyman Kaplan, 438 SW 8th
Avenue.
Flamingo I ourl
Honors Officers
Flamingo Court No 12, Order
of the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday, November 24th, 7:30
p.m., at 429 Lenox Avenue.
Royal Matron Mrs. Saul Mer-
ingoff will preside. The Court
will honor all Line Officers in
the State of Florida.
It is also Advancement Night,
with Associate Matron Mrs. Nat
Serota, Conductress Mrs. Jack
Parzen and Associate Conduct-
ress Mrs. Paul Zerler presiding.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Serota will
celebrate their 25th wedding an-
niversay at that time.
office said that Ambassador to
the United States Abba Eban had
been instructed to sound out Pro-
fessor Einstein immediately fol-
lowing the death of Dr. Chain.
Weizmann.
The famous scientist, aged "3,
who was exiled from Germany
after the ascension to power of
Adolf Hitler, is now associated
with the Institute for Advanced
Study at Princeton, New Jersey.
Beach Young Adults
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Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, has an-
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meeting will be on Wednesday
evening, November 26th, at 8:30
p.m.
Program for the evening will
consist of a talk on American
Foreign Policy to be given by Pat
Cannon, Circuit Judge-Elect and
former Florida Representative to
the US Congress.
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LEO MINDUN ..................... News Editor K:s!ev 3, 5713
Kt'ii-I.iirions Calendar (.int-r.il \agnib'* Prayer
Prime Minister o: Israel David Ben-Gunon
has become practiced in hurling charges cri
the Zionist Organization of Americc.
This, in itself, is BO great accomplishment.
Invective hcs travelled the Aticr.tir between
the new state's spokesman and the ZCA be-
fore. Indeed, insinuation, inuendo ar.d blank-
et criticism have on occasion touched hands
:n mid-ocecn as they crossed paths ;r. return
trips from West to East.
Most remarkable about Ben-Gurion > mom-
ents of outburst := the riTPOmlill of their oc-
C-ir:er.ce L;s: yea: ~: about th-s time r.e
charged the Zionist Organisation of America
with spiritual bankruptcy*. Jewish leadership
here rose to the occasion and ignored the
Prime Minister i pointed ariticisn holding
their idenurkration with brae] and its rapid
upbuilding ..-. higher regard than personal
cc: "
ogam.
Early
conflict
B-t Ben-Gurioo has done
last week eats 12 Htonlbe after his most
serious locking :: harm with the ZOA. he cc-
c'-^&- part of me orcon-zction with trving to
emeai the S:r-e :: Israel."
V.'e venture Ic wonder us: what part the
venerable Prime Minister means. If he is bent
upon continuing his annual attacks, then he
ugh! -.- iecs: re iess vague. Rabbi Irving
MiBer ZOA president, put .; rather succinctly.
"I respectfully suggest that the time has
come to present specific instcnces of which
this charge and previous statements bv you
are cased." the Rabb: said.
lust now more ill-timed can Ben-Gurion's
attacks become? Or. both occasions, he arous-
ec American Zionism's ire precisely when
kKkoff affairs of the United Jewish Appeal
end Bonds of Israel Government were being
.canned on a national level. Now, he has
ceded a new wrinkle.
Ben-Gunon has chosen to become critical
even as Jewish leaders here are scheduling
c Jerusalem conference for the purpose of
strengthening American Zionism. Should such
irresponsible remarks continue without ex-
planation. Rabbi Miller may verv well refuse
to attend Indeed, he has hinted at this pos-
siouiry r
Such a turn of events might do irreparable
harm to Israel. Perhaps, before excessive
heat .s further passed between the ZOA and
lei Aviv, it rmgnt be wise to determine at just
what point Ben-Gurion ceases representing
t-,e sentiments of the new state's Jews.
A Su<-<-esfal K>inning
The kickoff affair early last week of the
Community Chest's Initial Gifts Div*,on
points the way toward a rapidlv concluded
tuccessful camoaign.
Local businessmen pledged S294.595 at a
combined meetinc and dinner held Miami
uiUnffc Tl goal has set a ma'k
5. C50.000 for the entire area.
ee-He i?!? FeCther Agency has lona **
es.abhshed its importance to communities
Last Yom Kippur. Mohammed Naguib.
new Egyptian strong men, attended services
in a Ccirc Synagogue.
With his aovemment coup still warm from
the baking ovens of revolution, he prayed for
Western acceptance while showing Near
Eastern Jewry it had nothing to fear so far as
his ascension to power was concerned. At
that time dazed King Farouk was taking
solace in private swimming pools along the
Mediterranean, perheps still hoping that a
miracle would call him back to the throne he
had so terribly mismancged.
But such hope was not forthcoming. Far-
ouk s exiie became a fact in the face of West-
ern silence and the general diplomatic con-
gratulation extended the new Premier.
Since then, Naguib has forgotten the hos-
pitality extended him on Yom Kippur. Or
perhaps he no longer fears outraging Near
Eastern Jewry. Las: week, speaking in the
name of the Arab World, he threatened Bonn
with severing regions if the West German
Government foiled to cancel its agreement
with Israel.
This hero had best learn both sets of
scales we;i. The fortunes of empires are such
that he may be back in the Cairo Synagogue
before too long.
THE CULTURAL BOND -
Lo*al leader* Recognized
The Southern Section, National Jewish
Welfare Board, at its annual meeting in New
Orelans, Louisiana, recognized three Greater
Miami communal leaders by appointinq them
to office.
Leon Kaplan was named president of the
Southern Section for the ensuing year. Mrs
Milton Sirkin will assume the duties of vice
president, with Mr. Milton Sirkin acting as
chairman of the Southern Section Jewish Com-
munity Center Centennial Celebration Com-
mittee.
JWB has done well in its choices. These
leaders, we cue certain, will bring credit to
the national organization as they unques-
tionably have to Miami.
throughout the United States. Here, in Miami
some 22 local organizations look to the chest
for funds so that their work in meetinq the
needs of our neighbors may continue
We are certain that the area's residents
will.answer the Red Feather call. Speaking
cLTln lf\uG'ni af,QiT' ,ameS L- Knigh?
chairman of the Chest Campaign Committee
said that the Sl.050.000 goal* a realistic^.'
mSJZSX,hat !<*not rePresent *
total needed he nontheless indicated that it
was enough to show progress"
' Support of the Red Feather Agency will
n^heTof many MlQmi reS1^ents "ho
need help of every sort ranging from financial
assistance to social quidance But *.i~'* T
port will also emphasize the^uni.y of ou?cSS"
mumty ,he concerted effort of neighbors
to aid one another unstintingly. ne'ghbors
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
WHO IS PAYING THE BILL? the pious question whether he
The recent disclosure by the mhUSt reglster as agent for mere
American Jewish Committee that pnantoms? The probing sounds
i. registered agent in the United ""PJ"0"8 ""<* it is obvious that
States for the supposedly dis-! """er-Joving gentleman does
*olved neo-Nazi Socialist Reich u W!k ,or 8lorv *,on Since
Party in Germany had sought I, e*!dently hPed for an af-
StateDepartment advice whether'riI.'Ve reply from thc State
he must register again now that ^Partment. the question natur-
he must register again now that
he has lost contact with the lead-
ers of the movement raises a
number of questions. Why has
it suddenly occurred to this ad-
vocate of neo-Nazism in America
to inquire whether he must reg-
ister if it is true that the party
he agented has dissolved? And,
further, if the butchers he so
adores have really vanished, why
ally arises who would pay for
his services, the supposedly dead
neo-Nazi party or the murderers
whose lost contact he so be-
moans' Since registered agents
don't operate gratis, we wonder:
Are there elements in this coun-
try ready to pay his bills? As to
the scoundrels assertion that he
has no knowledge of Nazi atroci-
ties against Jews or of the exis-
ffnee oi crematoria in H.tler-
nS*S'i2 U 'y Pertinent to
note that he seems to have mas-
tered Hitler-, ,hesis of the b'g
A GOOD OMEN
If there were truth to the com-
P'a.nt at the Commun.st Party
Congress Moscow about relie-
lion's.ttractmg the youth of the
country, the d.sclo^re may M
Prove the most encouragnTg bit
of news to seep out from behind
the iron eurtata for a tor* time
Adm.ssu.noffa.lureofindVrVu?:
Kp?or8i;iT-|W,,,i0n h,ds oul
u ff'ulc ,n ,ht,r direc-
tions as well. People generally
fhT7n,ormurntore,,,oni"
ne darkest moments of their
*. It is indeed a diiusloned ,
Z^lhat ^^ a fa'th "ther
ha^ihe one on which ,t has been i
raised Communism.
THE OBSERVER AND BIS
By GEOFFREY D PAUL
(Chief of the JTA Bureau in Log
ICopy-nght. 1952. Jeu-uh Telegraph* Age
LONDON Considered by many i.. the most an
Britain's Sunday newspapers and acknowledged bv nxati
informed. The Observer has long supported Israel 'and shoL
deal of sympathy for the problems and aspirations cf fcl
therefore came as a shock last month when The Loads]
Standard revealed that clauses in The Observer's TmsM
Articles of Association precluded either a Jew or RcaJ
from becoming editor or from holding the Highest ptsl
paper's administration.
It is not often in this country that paper bites sjjL
i the publication of this fact must be viewed against thehH
I of a recent feud between The Observer and 7:- Evtr.njlf
parent paper. The Daily Express. It all started with M
missing British diplomats Burgess and Maclean The"
I ed what was purported to be an interview -. Mr? -
j denied having made any statement to The Express and Tkl
|er. rushed to the defense of Mrs. Maclean and accused lk|
| of infringing on the rights of the individual. There folio*
of exchanges between The Express and The Observer
j minated in The Evening Standard's surprising revelatw
The caluse in The Observer's Trust Deed and Aructal
ciatinn actually states that only a person of the Prcesuotj
"which expression shall be interpreted in the widest indl
leral sense may be a trustee or director, or the editor |
i manager of the paper." In Truth, and as far as Jews arei
The Observer has only put into words what is the p:eKat|
the editorial boards of the British national press.
The Observer took the unusual step of exptainJBJ
why this clause had been inserted. The purpose, it M
ensure that the paper was conducted as an independent I
owing allegiance to no sectional organization with spew
whether religious or political. In order to preserve this I
character of The Observer, it was thought proper by the I
of the Trust that the persons carrying ultimate respcM*
the paper's conduct and policy should be broadly repress*-,
he religious outlook characteristic of Britain as a ?
try. It may perhaps be noted that in Britain a sirr.ur^
governs the succession to the Throne."
The Observer also pointed out that while no Je 4
Catholic could hold the above mentioned p *ts, "it happens*
eral prominent and responsible members of t: : J
either Roman Catholic or Jews."
The Jewish Chronicle voiced the feelings of n
and others who value liberal principles when it stated. "The.
n has so liberal a public record and so continuously &
against racial an dreligious discrimination anywhere in Wl
mat it seems incredible that its own goverance should iJ
restrictive measure. Obviously a religious denomination*
would be very unlikely to appoint a member of a differ^';'
"itn as its editor, but for a general newspaper generally cj
so discriminatory a rule is in the highest degree unforM*!
The Evening Standard was not satisfied with The W
explanation that, to paraphrase a well-known saying. ^
oest employees are Jews.' and thought The Observer eUl
eying that "it is really for a Jew's own good that he $houM
o me highest place on The Observer. He would net be"
awe there." It was. added The Evening Standard, on this *
fee* actions'0 ',enUle n'y' *,f lubs ** to PUt '
-rrari!ia'ncnUry circles were surprised by the news BJj
nT oa?. Con*rvat,ve M. P. Henry Price, who is nei^M
"fral,Ca!hl,C' ob*ved that the terms of the Tnist I*fl
irankly deplorable." adding. "I should have thought it *]
mon ground in this country that we all disapprove strong^
ming which savours of racial or religious discrimination.
Frm ,tre,Was one thi"8 that The Observer did forget.v
J"m, f latc ^'^ f Q"een Victoria's reign until I*E
,",; 'frowned and edited by a Jewish family
faah L i'.U\Beer FreJirSU* the Paper' and lat'r P855^ ,0 h'S TLi&
ObSver ama,rri,ed RacheI S35* who fo^ a Per"Xi ""Se S
Times Britain's other class Sunday paper


JQVEMBER 21. 1952
\er Miami -Ivuish Community
?r Schedules Ceramien i hiss
*Jewisncric//a,n
PAGE 5 A
[ca class for adults will
by the Town Branch
ireater Miami Jewish
ty Center beginning
fright, November 25th,
il was announced by
Krnshain, adult program
chairman.
will be Mrs. Mar-
rk. who has exhibited
publicly*0" several oc-
the Greater Miami ar-
ick received her early
ceramics in Europe
luctcd classes in Italy,
i instruct both beginners
advanced students in
lues of ceramic art, the
of useful objects such
and bowls and sculptur-
tramic form.
Llk Dance Group of the
?anch has chosen Tues-
ling as its regular Folk
lent. Dances of all na-
featured.
|n- special interest activi-
boys and girls, age 8 to
also been opened by the
ranch, according to Mrs.
Cohen, chairman of the
rogram committee. These
which will be conduct-
irly on week day after-
an after school service,
stamp club, woodwork-
lb. photography club,
group, dancing class
b i class.
BO young business and
C.nal people gathered last
[the Beach Branch, it was
|ed by Charles Lippitz,
jult committee chairman,
lanized the Young Busi-
kl Pr ifessional Group for
kl women over 21.
Next meeting will be on Thurs-
day night, December 4th.
Hostesses for the evening were
the Mesdames Leo Huberman,
Abraham Cohen, Morris Honig-
baum and Morris Liniado.
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Beach Branch is
opening its new Fall program.
Activities available to the older
adults of the community include
dances classes Sunday at 1 p.m.;
a social Sunday afternoon at 2
p.m.; English classes Wednesday
and Thursday evenings at 7:30
p.m.; a Choral and Dramatic
Group.
Roller skating for teen-agers
will be featured Tuesday even-
ings, 7:30 p.m., at the Beach
Branch.
Sll*l?.l!2.1lrV!Pn" Mrs. Badanes
o 1 iddfcli Hour
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach
attorney, will return to the Yid-
Dies Here At 71
Kane
Shapiro
Sonntag Opens
Kosher Restaurant
Joining the ranks of Beach res-
taurants opening this month is
the Sonntag Kosher Restaurant,
located at 1417 Washington Av-
enue. The new dining establish-
ment will open its doors on Wed-
nesday, November 26th, at 4 p.m.
A well known figure in Miami
Beach catering circles, Mr. A. H.
Sonntag will be associated with
Mr. Nathan Findling, noted res-
taurateur. Mr. Sonntag, operator
of Sonntag Kosher Caterers, has
served for many years both the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
Congregation Beth Jacob.
Banquets and conventions cat-
ered by him locally included the
Hebrew Academy dinners, the
United Synagogue Youth Con-
vention which met here in Aug-
ust, and the Southeastern Con-
ference of Orthodox Rabbis in
the spring.
Among the famous visiting per-
sonages to whom he has catered
were Rabbi Herzog, Chief Rabbi
of Israel; Rabbi Yehuda Unter-
man. Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv;
Dr. Samuel Belkin'and Dr. Jos-
eph Lookstein, of Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
The Sonntag Kosher Restaur-
ant will be under supervision of
both the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth and the Beth Jacob
Vaad. Mr. Sonntag has announc-
ed that the premises, which will
always be open to the public for
inspection, will have a Mashgiach
present at all times.
Mrs. Jenny Badanes, of 126
SW 9th Avenue, passed away
Thursday afternoon, November
13th, at her residence following
a long illness. She was 71.
Born in Manchester, England,
Mrs. Badanes came to America in
1904. leaving her parents, Rabbi
and Mrs. Samuel Miller, there.
In 1906, she married Morris Ba-
danes in Key West, Florida, and
subsequently came to Miami in
1914, where she resided ever
since.
Mrs. Badanes was a charter
member of the Beth David Syna-
gogue and a member of the
Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood.
She was also active in the forma-
tion of the Jewish Home for the
Aged here.
She is survived by her husband,
Morris; one son, Samuel; three
daughters, Mrs. Edna Atkins, Miss
Florence Badanes and Mrs. Ber-
nice Phillips, all of Miami. She
i also leaves six granddaughters
and a brother, Sol Miller, of New
as news commentator and inter- | York City.
viewer. ^*" Services were on Friday at the
i Gordon Funeral Home, with Rab-
Nasatir also announced the ap- j bj Mrfx shapiro officiating. In-
pointment of Harold Kane as terment was on Woodlawn Park
music advisor. I Cemetery.
dish Classical Hour on Sunday,
November 23rd, 1:15 p.m., over
radio station WINZ. according to
an announcement early this week
by Morris Nasatir, program di-
rector.
Shapiro will be heard in a new
feature entitled: Meet Your
Neighbor. He has long been as-
sociated with the Yiddish Hour
Mrs. Jenny Badanes
Tifereth Israel Men
Meet On Wednesday
The Men's Club of the Tifereth
Israel Northside Center will meet
on Wednesday evening, Novem-
ber 26th. 8 p.m., at the enter.
.'adis. Jewish National
national representative
c.iived in Miami to or-
the area's Zionist
for participation in the
vide Memorial Tribute
: Chaim Weizmann.
plans a Forest of the
enl to immortalize the
and first President of
new Jewish state.
f/i El Sisters
in I slirnl
sisterh tod of Congrega-
lh El are preparing a
Moon Ball Festival
r Sunday, November
: the Dora August
I Hall.
en have been invited
"fair, according to Mrs.
'Plan, chairman. Assisting
' the Mesdames Al Zis-
Sidney Palm-
,5' rnstein, Max Rappa-
rv R senberg, Max Sil-
Kornstein and Ed Schus-
>: Shapiro Lectures
^crth Shore Center
Max Shapiro, of Con-
1 Beth David, will de-
third in a series of lec-
by the Men"s
'he N,,rth Shore Jewish
"i Wednesday, Novem-
80 p.m. Rabbi Sha-
, *"< discuss: The Growth
-lopment Of Conserva-
tism And Its Dynamics
Form Toon Age
Club At Tifereth
Israel Onter
In order to promote activity
among teenagers of the northwest
section and to facilitate the meet-
ing of new friends, a new Teen
Age Club has been formed at the
Tiferth Israel Northside Center.
The group will be officially
known as TACTeen Agers Can-
teen. Already scheduled by them
is the forthcoming Variety Show
at the Center on December 21st.
Jerome Schulman is advisor to
the group.
Recently elected officers were
Jerry Burke, president; Gwen
Stone, vice president: Judy Ro-
binson, secretary: Larry Iserson.
treasurer; and Arlene Alfh and
Marilyn Kutin, corresponding
secretaries.
St. John liook To
tie Reviewed
Pioneer Women, Golda Myer-
son Club of Miami, will hold a
Book Review on Tuesday even-
ing, November 25th. 8 p.m. at
the Congregation Beth El Audi-
torium.
Rabbi David Shapiro will re-
view the book, Tongue Of The
Prophet, by Robert St. John
A musical program is schedul-
ed to follow, featuring Miss Ruth
Brotman and Miss Anyuta Mcli-
eoV at the piano.
Guest speaker will be Miss Bee
Jaffer, Pioneea Women Council
chairman, according to an an-
nouncement by Miss Ruth Uliss.
cultural chairman. The review
is part of the Jewish Book
Month.
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PAGE 6 A
fJmist Heritor
FRIDAY
c^tttcilu j VeufU&t*
HELEN ALPERT
"SCNGS FOR SALET" ,*.{*
Pitched interest hit all amateur song writers in South Flor-
:- with the announcement of a new organisation dedicated to
:heir help. Its name will be. reportf spark-plug Ben Arnold
probably ICPA Independent Composers and Publishers Asso-
ciation.
Bens address is Zi 15 Polk St. Holly wood. FT*.
He s a swell gent, with an Irishman s blue T*5 **"* infectious
grin- holds a maintenance post with Ludlum. But his heart beats
with songwriting. He donated to the American Legion, for con-
vention music, his song Sleep. Solder Sleep and was in-
spired to write "Wake Dp America following the bombing of
KnfcatM Manor. Whipping right or. beside '-:. was Charlie Rosen-
berg s bass fiddle .
Mainstay of the rr?w group is Miami s Ed Braun. secretary.
His address is IIS] S-W. iSth St. Braun $ interest is as whole-
hearted, for Mrs. Shirley Braun bom in Israel u an accomplish-
ed musician, and high-school daughter Terry. steady at 17 is
winning plaudits for her rocals and rorr.:positions. Indeed. Miami
Conservatory $ Carl Beyer was so gripped by Terry s Gershwin
quality he s orchestrating one beautiful thing' himself
Crer 5X people hare written in. asking what s coming next.
oe- reports a hugs meeting is m the works. They anticipate
b -.Icing a recording studio to help songs get wrapped up right
::ci plugging. Their Eig hope is the Big Tim*.
OM TOUR:
H Letter -
-- ..-.._._.._ .. .. A.
shes the G i M it-all
their phone Ba -. jr i shoot track shots fat
'_ "' Kaye
- i-" 'r i still leased, the Kayes have
-
ted over tli bait |
N : '-' il OB October
' '"' ~ -- ^r and ru
'. e forgot i put pasta* Bampi b the amusingly
-.-:. utnooDce- (Maybe
~:'" : But I P< r not I think 5-- I prefer
Postmer trudging ., -.. >:r^:j. duttfuH]
;-:;'; : -. ....... ._;
fork over. This news
j.4.'y : r-'-" --" '- wnk
BABY S.TTERS:
at II ami Be* ~ .--
put n in v .. ._-- ..5. w^n
ba' And .- rl ka-. .; -e
~ need a b-bj ---.-:-
t tafe."
:': : -.".-59.-
STUDIO M
A new wnnx.es awafeai fcr tr.eaire-goerv Its a Prevue of
---e^ w^ ,_------- ** -- =*-=* -= premaere. theatxe-
:-^Tll ~ *aakaa tne George Keathley effort. On.
n^a-rsTLiTw. r ^ S "* _* ** ^ **
Wapner. Murrav
He trothal Told '
Mrs. S [Grand
;an and Miami an-
nounced the -._
:. aKtv .^_i Don-
Murfaj fr
Wapnei nSthei .- the Late
:- oner Mi Mum) is
the soc I Mr ':.; V. U
::
The ride elect
f Miami S^-. r H..- S
ty of Mi-
Mr Murray arm rrid.itei
:: n Erasmus H^.. .- N>a V r<
and received iegT*? i- .
Mew V .-.< L'mve
A Jaataarj wedchng ptan-
ned :.-. Miami
Andrea Nelson, Paul I)ia
L;n.(lerdale: Bride Wears Q^J
Mr. and Mrs Emanue! P. NeUor. ,, -
nounce the marriage of their dausjht#- i '*'*< FL
s.^n of Mr. and Mrs Max Diamond f -.'*** to N|
Sunday evening. November 9th. Rab' v Ud*:d**H
a: the double-ring ceremony held in TeinnU R*a,'
derdale. ^o^ou-i
Sol taa) as Dana Wells, with
Mrs Dana Wells at the organ.
Given in marriage by her
or. the bride was attired in
C ^rted chantilly lace over satin
::ed bodice, illusion neck-
and long sleeves drawn to
nal p lati over the hands
A .^pel train of chantilly lace
the gown. Her cloche
I] e of snatching lace m-
n elbow-length veil of
: t-ree white or-
streamers of step-
oan :.- Aa >methmg old. the
Id a handkerchief of lace.
^e by her grandmother
and carried oy her mother at her
-
Mid f honor A-as Miss Anna
Da.-.: Ls. of Hollywood, attired in
i waltt-lencth gown of rose-or-
i.Tidescent silk shantung
e^-br-icrei with pearU and
pa:!:et'.es Her bouquet was a cas-
I p:r.k sweetheart roses.
Br:aesmaids were the Misses
GDld:e Diamond, of Fort Lauder-
dale, usaar of the groom: Veva
Baxer. Dania: Lenore Cook. Mi- Dau! DwaJ
ami: and Joyce Glantt Miami <-.
The, were atured ,n iden- g,?..
Rimers Host Oneg
Shabbat Toniffhl
You find Marric ia
s: Edu;.^-^. ^Ir^n Z?Z? eUSlfrJSS!
---ocuenons for radio, ree-ree fUms. 9ous Tnang^
The only one absec; was Tennessee Williams, a- the nK.-
ST. H^. M J?a2tS5aV=
IF YOU CRAVE to r-ub elbcw, with history, u easaer than
_ ^nec B*Mm on the Inter-Amencan Center Authority
earn Ma, -e Panama CanaL m. big facts: !T*2i
^! ~*t W75 rniaion. Tb. tm: || yea,, ,, _f*^ !"!
--- ^Annte ":-"-'E; S sVe APP*- "- of
......*PP- n Dave
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wen. He and hM eifi aanke ;_ -""^ Aa
THEY RE HEATTKG UP the phone line, urgino famed Mam
*****> := hurry bee. fro. Chicago. foTnwT ^ ^
- T re suo^esting no, toe sufctlr ,t sfcou^l he ^-
r.-ed by a ton of her remarks, biinl^ Te-^y ITS
-ajMtad some home^anned grape j.Uaes. ri' 'lT!^
= =dy wants the rest of her to arr-re. Mamm, Hettei, kTSfTE
so=s_mother. They ^ch tara, a pri for S^ woaf 2*
taM. got fascinated aTawaracn when Dr aad Mrs. Lao Wool iwIL
Mnijpiai skipped an item in last week's column: Here, the
For an Ulllli In amai fc. n.ilaik, -.~S
oL your narrator o Mrs wdham SteinnM^xlShm"'-
r servxe. assm.ng the teachers." w*n rc ACTIVE new members ia the Miami Beech Taxperw *~*.
SSLTSLJT* ^.T** Olsh^.ky owns a strias, oi^S
horeis known as the Akhao Hotels ... Joe Alter ia tee
euT from the Beach Apartmeai House Association
GOT NEWS OF YOUH OWH ? Send it aloratr!
ticaj w.lu-length gowns of or- y^VJ .-.,.' J;"**
bt tart of pleated nylon tulle over the" L. .J .- J 5 ^4
taffeta ^nd matching accessor.es "" T"*1
aerstem. of Hollywood, in a floor- H^t *.- J*^ii
^^wn.orcnidsat.nw.th T,l^^tZ
Best man was Robert Leutho.d. 2^n ^ '
.of Miami. Ushers included Fred ^^ "l!-
NVlson. Hollywood, brother of th, ^ ; : S: ^
br.de Se.-mour Levin. Fort i,u- J ^ We?" ^
derdale and waate Maxs^ ^ *
' Ira Zofnas. Hollywood a^i ^.
. ooo. a, rectp:. r. followed H
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bouth Broward H.gh School. She SE 9th Street Fort UM
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Y. NOVEMBER 21. 1952
*Jewist fhrM^r
PAGE 7 A
- 5
Irow
irt Beckerman
[Mitzvah Here
Lrt Beckerman, son of Mr.
|r;. Samuel Beckerman, 765
50th Street, Miami Beach,
will become Bar
[Mitzvah tomor-
morning,
' November 22nd.
M- 10:45 a.m., a t
;lremple Beth
I Shblom.
- The Bar Mitz-
j /ah is a student
in the 8th grade
' j it Nautilus Jun-
fc5, ior High School
and received his
religious train-
Btth Sholom. He is also
of the Boy Scouts of
a.
pel ption in his honor will j
the ceremony. A dinner |
eduled for Sunday evening |
Monte Carlo Hotel,
gift purchased by the
Irmans for the Bar Mitzvah
SI.000 Israel Bond. The
student, who will continue
kligious training at Beth
(in. has turned the bond over
triple officials.
tn si will be used to aid
^privileged children. At ma-
j, the money will go toward
tunhase of a Torah.
rktrman
\brew School
ttera To Hold
>mber*hip Tea
Annual Membership Tea
Miami Hebrew School and
regstion Sisterhood will be
[at Me Synagogue on Tues-
N vember 25th, according
announcement by Mrs. Ed-
B( s ner, president,
imbtrs and guests will be
I'd y Mrs. Eugene Glass-
'mbership chairman
bi Si non April, spiritual
tr. will be principal speaker.
kc ins to Mrs. Simon Ap-
n chairman, the theme
i ;ram will be: Thanks-
>;: '."d Chanuka. Partici-
ps; wij] be Mrs. Isadore Fogel,
|a< lirrop. Michael Blank,
S in. Cantor Berele Kel-
'.''.. x Newberger and Ben
n
bsti -.-- s include the Mesdames
lii Becker, Matilda Berger,
jCouhon, Peter Duchon, Sam
In S uley Heiken and Jack
Personally
Speaking
Dr. Herman H. Ofseur, of
Brooklyn, New York, is visiting
his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. S
Denner, 4431 Prairie Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach.
it it ft
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zalis of
3230 SW 22nd Terrace, announce
the birth of their daughter, R ,c'.i-
elle Jilly, at Mercy Hospital. Mrs.
Zalis is the former Miss Barbara
Osobow, of Boston, Massachus-
etts. Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Osobow. Pa-
ternal grandparents are Mr. and |
Mrs. Joe Zj'.is. of 1668 SW 14th
Terrace.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, own- \
ers and operators of Duncraggan
Inn, Hendersonville, North Car-
olina, have returned here for the j
winter season. They are at home
to their friends at 2180 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Returned home from a six-
month stay at their summer home
in Peekskill. Mew York, are Dr.
and Mrs. B. Pemsler, of 13640
NW 5th Court, North Miami,
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Teitler,
of 6357 SW 14th Street, celebrat-
ed their 42nd wedding anniver-
sary last Saturday evening at the
Colony Restaurant. Guests in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teit-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teitler,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teitler
and Miss Bea Teitler. Congratu-
lations were received from sons,
Manny, of Springfield, Massa-
chusetts, and Al, of Ossining,
New York.
Donald Chait Assists
At His Bar Mitzvah
Donald Chait, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Chait, 756 Navarre,
Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
The Bar Mitzvah is an out-
standing leader in the Boy Scout
movement here, as is his father
-
Academy Women
View Fashions
Members of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women held their first
Membership Tea and Reception of
the season on Wednesday after-
noon at the Cromwell Hotel.
A fashion show, featuring mod-
els of the Academy Women and
Margaret Newman fashions, high-
lighted the program. Mrs. Sidney
Rubinowitz, president of the
group, presided. The Mesdames
Herbert Cohen, Samuel Cohen
and Irving Firtel served as co-
chairmen.
Mrs. Ceil Adams served as com-
mentator, with Mis. Jack Donner-
stae;, director of musical educa-
tion at the Academy, accompjny-
ine the show on the piano.
Serving as models were the
Mesdames Peggy Kaplan, Roy
Sitomer, Regina Steinberg, Dan
Harrison, R. Steinberg and B.
Rovinger.
Gables Sisters Fete
Fourth Birthday
Four candles will flicker on.
Monday, November 24th, to sig-
nify the fourth birthday of the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
A gala ceremony will get un-
derway at 8:30 p.m., to celebrate
the event.
Cantor Irving Robinson will
intone the opening prayer, with
Rabbi Morris A. Skop also par-
ticipating in the program. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Lexi
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
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rain-
s, Teen-Agers
iew New Film
and teen-agers may
i nswer to some of the
- arising in their famil-
meeting of The Mental
> ciety on Monday, No-
--;th, 8:15 p.m., when the
Farewell To Child-
''. be shown for the first
Miami at the Board of
-ruction Auditorium.
Joseph R. Narot, Edu-
irman, will act as mod-
The discussants are Dr.
Gardner, psychiatrist,
ey Milledge, a parent,
-nan, a teen-ager, and
Sheeley, a teen-ager.
Junior Hadassah
Has Fashion Show
On Sunday, November 23rd,
2:30 p.m.. the Miami Unit of Jun-
ior Hadassah will present its gala
Dessert-Fashion Show at the
Sherry-Frontenac Hotel.
Mrs. Edith Appelbaum, coord-
inator, will act as commentator.
Proceeds will go to Meier Shfey-
ah, the children's village in Is-
rael that is supported by Junior
Hadassah throughout the coun-
try.
JoAnn Shier, chairman, said
that modeling will be done by
members of the Unit. Janet
Sklaw will entertain during the
afternoon, and Sandra Shier will
provide music.
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Melvin Hecht Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Hecht, 403 S W12th Av-
enue, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow morning, 9 a.m., at the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
services and address the congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and respond.
A 7th grade student at the Ada
Merritt Junior High School, the
Bar Mitzvah is a member of the
School Band and president of his
class. He is also an accomplished
musician, performing on the piano
and having been a member of the
Kneseth Israel Choir.
A Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony. On Sunday evening, a din-
ner will be held in the Bar Mitz-
vah's honor at the Syrian Amer-
ican Club.
Guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Fisher, New York,
uncle and aunt: Mrs. Rose Borkin,
Miami, aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Glantz, Detroit, uncle and aunt;
and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brag-
man, Detroit, uncle and aunt.
Parents of the Bar Metzvah,
Mr. and Mrs. Hecht, together with
Mrs. Borkin, and Mrs. Ben Gold-
berg, are founders of the Tifereth
Israel Northside Center here.
AUGUST BEOS.~SjqF
|a Name To Remember
De-Joy Ceramics, Inc.
r MIAMI: 22t N.K. 2nd Ave.
| MIAMI BEACH: 741 Dad. Blvd.
CERAMIC UPPLIES
SCHOOL OF CERAMIC*
Call BSO r 5.52SS
Donald Chait
who is now a District Gommision-
er. An Eagle Scout of Troop 38
and a member of the Ponce de
Leon Junior High School Band,
he is also a Journalism Club Fea-
ture Writer and a three-year
student at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish-Center Religious School.
The Bar Mitzvah will assist
Rabbi Morris A. Skop at the Fri-
day and Saturday service. He will
interpret the Bible Portion deal-
ing with the blessing of the Patri-
arch, Jacob.
Mr. and Mrs. Chait will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day and at the Kiddush on Satur-
day. Cantor Irving Robinson and
Leon Schiff. Choir Master will
direct the Center Choir in Lewan-
dowski's Hallelujah and Binder's
V'shomru Sabbath Hymns.
I'lun Chanuka
Fete For Vein
Announcement was made this
week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
Jewish Chaplain at the Pratt Vet-
erans Hospital, that the third An-
nual Chanuka Party and Pro-
gram will be held on Sunday, De-
cember 14th, at 7 p.m., in the
Hospital Chapel.
Organizations cooperating in
presenting each veteran with a
Chanuka package include the
Jewish War Veterans and Aux-
iliary, B'nai B'rith Lodge and
Auxiliary, West Miami Jewish
Center, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter and National Jewish Welfare
Board.
Rabbi Skop will speak on the
historical significance of the
[.Chanuka Festival. Cantor Irving
Robinson will bless the candles
to be placed in an eight-foot
Menorah on the stage.
Leo Steinman will act as chair-
man of the affair.
Masada Turkey Trot
Miami Beach Masada will hold
its Third Annual Turkey Trot on
Thanksgiving Eve, 9 p.m., at the
Nautilus Hotel. Gil Rappaport
and Lillian Baris are co-chair-
men of the affair.
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Will piepare meals. Mrs. A.. Box
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EN to share apartment. Reason-
able. Apply Apt. No. 1. Mrs.
Isaacs. 1361 S.W. 7th St.
Will Represent
Miami At Junior
Hadassah Meet
Three young women from the
Greater Miami area will join
delegates from the entire coun-
try when the National Conven-
tion of Junior Hadassah meets in
New York on November 26th.
Chosen to represent the local
groups are Miss Elaine Schwartz-
man, president of the Miami Un-
it; Miss JoAnn Shier, membership
chairman of the Miami Unit; and
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Southern Reg-
ional president of Junior Hadas-
sah.
Highlight of the Convention
will be the premiere showing of
the new movie made this sum-
mer at Meier Shfeyah, the child-
ren's village in Israel maintained
and supported by Junior Hadas-
sah.
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Mr. Sonntag
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wishes to announce to the public
the opening of his new restaurant
SONNTAG KOSHER RESTAURANT
in association with
MR. NATHAN FINDLING. Well Known Restaurateur
On Wednesday, November 26th. at 4 p.m.
1417 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Where the Finest Kosher Food at Reasonable Rates
will be Served
Under Supervision of
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and also Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES AT ALL TIMES


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Monday evening. November 24th. The all-Wagner ^xe
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Trsume end Schmerxen; Dich Teure Ha^e t:;rr. Trrj^rjt
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>AY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952
lyers Will Address
IFWF Assembly At
iston Meet Today
feosTON Stanley C. Myers,
Tpminent Miami Jewish leader,
111 take a featured role in the
1st General Assembly of the
fcuncil of Jewish Federations
fd Welfare Funds, which opens
day at the Hotel Statler here,
was announced by Julian Free-
an, Indianapolis, CJFWF presi-
kn'..
The Assembly concludes on
pnday, November 23rd.
Myers, past president of the
Ur'WF, will deliver a major
Hdress at the Saturday night
fcsion on Basic Needs And Di-
Ictions In American Jewish
lie. He will also preside at the
|eiting where the CJFWF 1953
idget and Dues Schedule will
reviewed.
|In iiddition, 10 other Miamians
ill participate in the confer-
n i They include Herbert
clu-r. Morris Klass, Abe Kur-
n. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Har-
Thurman, Sidney Ansin, Al
imanor, Mike Gcttinger, Maur-
i Pi arlstein and George J. Tal-
ff.
At the Assembly, more than
delegate! from Jewish com-
munities throughout the United
t;.tes and Canada will under-
|ke a full examination of Amer-
^n Jewry's worldwide Jewish
expansibilities and draft plans to
leel obligations in Israel, over-
e. md at home.
Lppointed Consultant
NEW YORK Jeannette S.
Bidman, president of the Inter-
il Press of America, has
en appointed consultant for the
lationality Groups at an Annual
|>uncheon held in the Town Hall
lb here.
HOTEL KAMA/
S. Dining Room
(Open to the Public)
STRICTLY KOSHER FOOD
PTwmn ;o pmrnw
Catering Service Available
Itubhi ef. Ant HP I
and
S. Silber
146 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Tel. 58-2665 5-9127
Please Call For Reservations
Hebrew School
To Install Officers
Forthcoming installation of the
newly-elected officers of the Mi-
ami Hebrew -School and Congre-
gation was announced this week
by H. M. Drewich, president.
Installing officer and principal
speaker will be Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril, spiritual leader.
The program will include mus-
ical selections by Cantor Berele
Kelemer. Toastmaster is Edward
Becker. In charge of arrange-
ments are the Mesdames Ben
Sokoloff, Nat Coulton, Hershey
Glantz, Dave Kleber and Ida
Meltzer.
Pan American In
New Quarters
The Pan American Bank of
Miami early Monday opened its
doors at its new quarters, 250
SE 1st Street. One of the largest
bank moves ever to take place
in the South concluded at 9:30
a.m., when Pan American's de-
positors were welcomed at new,
ultra-modern quarters there.
Ground was broken for the
bank's new quarters late in 1951,
when it became evident that the
old facilities were no longer ade-
quate for handling Pan Ameri-
can's ever increasing flow of bus-
iness.
The new building provides for
Auto Teller's Windows and Side-
walk Teller's Windows for the
convenience of depositors. The
four Auto Teller's Windows are
located along a special drive-in
entrance on SE 1st Street. The
sidewalk windows are on SE 2nd
Street, with a special lobby pro-
tecting depositors in the event of
rain.
Bank officials indicated here
that the Safe Deposit Department
contains a vault door which is
the heaviest in the South, weigh-
ing some 50 tons.
Added for depositors' comfort
are a Customers' Lounge and
Special Service Department.
Pan American was established
here on December 1, 1945, with
resources totalling $2,200,000. Its
current resources are valued at
$29,100,000. This is a fair indi-
cation of the bank's growth, of
the service it has offered Miam-
ians and of the faith private and
financial depositors are placing
in Pan American, officials said
here.
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTON Special consideration for present or former
Nazis contained in the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act will per-
mit an interesting variety of European Anti-Semites to enter the
United States after December 24th. The act bcomes operative on
that date.
The pro-Nazi provision was justified by Conguss on the
ground that extreme right-wing groups do not constitute any
threat to this country. By a new definition of "totalitarian party,"
rank and file members who willingly joined the Nazi, Fascist and
Falangist parties of Hitter. Mussolini and Franco no longer will
be considered undesirable. However. Communists will be strictly
excluded and ex-Reds and suspected "fellow-travellers" must meet
rigid requirements.
The Associated Press has reported from Frankfurt, Germany,
that the new law will give an opportunity to emigrate to the United
States to 4,000 Germans previously barred because of their Nazi
records. United States consular officials estimated that about two-
thirds of the applications may be approved. It was also considered
likely that man Nazis who did not apply for visas before, because
they knew they would not be accepted, may now apply. Germany
is favored in the "quota system" legalized by the McCarran-Walter
Act. The yearly quota for Germans is vastly larger than the quotas
for the French, Italians and other nationalities which suffered from
the Nazi regime.
The new definition of "totalitarian parly" in the immigration
law states: "The term 'totalitarian party' means an organization
which advocates the establishment in the United Slates of a to-
talitarian dictatorship or totalitarianism." The key phrase is "in
th' United States." Nazi and similar Fascist groups are not con-
sidered by the government to advocate the establishment of total-
itarianism in the United States. That is the interpretation givsn in
regulations now being drafted, according to Robert C. Alexander.
Assistant Chief of the State Department Visa Division. Alexander
said that some individual Nazi leaders might be excluded, but for
the rank and file "this idea of class guilt is out."
Simultaneously, in Washington, plans were being prepared for
importing former Nazi Lultwaffe pilots and other German military
personnel to the United States for training in American camps as
a cadre for the new German army. No answer could be gotten from
the Defense Department to the question of whether SS and SA ele-
ments would be screened out.
Meanwhile, in New Orleans, th FBI was called in to smash
a juvenile Nazi Storm Troopers Club. The gang had a cache of
4.000 rounds of ammunition, shotgun shells and 35 knives. If use
the swastika of Hitler's Germany and issuod membership cards
in German. Each applicant for membership was required to prove
his worth by breaking a certain number of street lights, hitting
Negro with a brick, and jumping on and off a fast-moving train.
Not long ago, a similar group attempted to burn a Synagoque in
Philadelphia.
In Germany, the Nazis indicated progress toward a political
comeback. Ex-General Wilhelm Schepmann, last chief of Hitler's
Storm Troopers, was elected to district and city council seats. Ac-
cording to observers quoted in the New York Times. Schepmann's
victory was facilitated by the publication of his photograph in full
storm troop uniform with medals. Several other former Nazis were
elected at the same time to other local offices in three important
West German state elections.
Small Fascist parties piled up a total of 1.862.757 voles in
Lower Saxony. This did not include the number of extreme right-
wing votes which went to the larger established parties. For some
time, there have been reports that former members of the Socialist
Reich Party, most of them also former members of the SS. have
been organizing in North Rhone-Westphalia. In other points, SS
veterans met and openly condemned the United Stales. Anti-
Semitic songs are being sung once more in the beer halls.
The State Department was so busy begging Germany to re-arm
that it took no effective action to block the resurgence of Nazism.
In fact, the neV visa regulations would facilitate the movement of
Nazi propagandists between Germany and the United States.
These developments substantiated a forecast of a possible
return of Nazism by John J. McCloy. former US High Commission-
er, in his final report to the State Department.
Mr. McCloy said that "the all-prevailing power of the National
Socialist regime has left many former officials with a longing for
a return to power." This element and the "undercurrent of extreme
nationalism" that has pervaded German political life in the past
"might form a combination willing again to set Germany off on
another disastrous adventure," McCloy said.
Eban Charges Arabs
Tactics At UN; Jibes
(Continued from Page 1 A) .
er to the world. And he added
that there was no way of reliev-
ing tensions except by agree- i
ments. He noted that the agenda
of the Assembly was full of Arab
complaints. "Fellow delegates,
here we are, 54 nations full of
sin, while the Arab states stand
out full of virtue," he said.
Syrian Foreign Minister Zafir
el Rifai told the Assembly that
the indemnification being paid by
West Germany to Israel was "con-
trary to all norms of public and
private law." He cited this as an
example of the "disordered" way
in which this "community" which
was regarded as a state in the
United Nations was conducting
itself. He claimed that Israel was
"incapable of behaving as a
state."
Door Open
Meanwhile, the Arab states,
With "Blackmail"
League As Sinless
which threatened to break off ec-
onomic relations with West Ger-
many if the German-Israeli rep-
arations agreement is ratified by
the Bonn Parliament, left the
door open for diplomatic talks
on this subject, it was revealed in
Bonn, following the publication
of the full text of the note which
the Arab League governments
sent to the Bonn Government.
It was also announced in Bonn
that the W*st German Govern-
ment will send delegations to Ar-
ab capitals to negotiate "prob-
lems arising from the conclusion
and execution" of the German-
Israeli pact. The announcement
was made apparently to appease
the Arabs and to comply with
their request for "diplomatic con-
versations" a* expressed in their
note.
Form ClvU;
Group Here
Thomas J. Wood, Jr., has been
named president of the newly-
organized Greater .Miami Foun-
dation for Civic Education.
The group plans to do research
into all local governmental prob-
lems, agencies and procedures.
Facts will then be made avail-
able through speakers, radio pro-
grams, the press and television.
Other officers include Rever-
end Edward W. Ullrich, treasur-
er; Max H. Friedson, executive
secretary; and Frederick B.
Routh, secretary.
Forest Companions Meet:
Hear Supreme Deputy
The local chafer of the Com-
panions of the Forests of Amer-
ica will meet on December 3rd.
8 p.m., according to an announce-
ment this week by Shirley B.
Kahn. Guest speaker will be Su-
preme Deputy Mrs. Alberta
Weeks, of Sarasota, Florida.
LEGAL HOT1CE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN '
ill.- undersigned, desiring to engag.
business under the fictitious name
L-l'CKY SEVEN BAR, al 843-845 K.
Tih Avenue, Miami. Fht,. Intendii
register mid name with the Clerk
in.* Circuit Court "f Dade Coun
Florida.
MEYER HIEGEI
ELI BREGER
Attorney foi Applicant
215 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench
11 21-28 12 5-12
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to
f
ty.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious nami "f
ACE RADIO, at 1114 N. W. ?th Av...
Miami, intends t. rejglstei said name
with the Cierk ol the Circuit Court
of Dade Counlv, Florida.
ROHKRT B. CLIFTON
11/14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to oncac.- in
business under the fietitioua name of
VOLUNTEER NEWSPAPER, al 227
N. E. 1st Avenue. -Miami, intend- to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
ARTHf% I. ISECKER.M \ S"
11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "I
'1: A Hi; A IN 11 A s E M E N T an HEALEY PRINTING SERVICE*
(STRICTLY MAIL-ORDER), at :.::
Avenue Madeira, Coral Gables, in-
tends to register said name with the;
c lei k of the Circuit Court of ..I.
County. Florida.
It. J HEALEY
11/14-21-28 I'-'/:.
NUIItC IU IHLUllUHS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 29113-B
lu lie: ESTATE OF
IIF.I.F.X SCHWARTZ. Decease''.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands wljlch you, or
cither of you, may have against the
itate of HELEN schwartz, de-
ceased late of I>ade County, 1'iorida.
t the Hononihie County Judges ol
l>ade County, and file the sain.- in
then offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, ulthin eight
calendar months from the dHte of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will he harred.
Date November 18th, A l> 1952,
ADOLPH MENDEL
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
HELEN SCHWARTZ.
11.....RSI :
JOSEPH W. MALEK
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Hoach, Florida
Attorney for Adoiph Mendel, Exei itor
II '21-28 12 .-|-I2______________________
IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IIM
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1S46S7
IIENDRIK JOHANNES SWARTJES.
Plaintiff.
HELEN ELIZABETH SWAUTJES.
I efend int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO:
HELEN ELIZABETH SWARTJKS.
Defendant
e/o Tlllle Jooley, 14Ti Lexington Place,
Elisabeth, New Jersey
You sre hereby notified that a Bill'
of Complaint for Divorce has I?-.-r*
filed against you, and you are re-
quired'to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill pf Com-
plaint on KOVNER MANNHEIM -
ER. 420 Lincoln Road, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before December.IS. 1*52;
If you -fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
rhe relief demanded in -the 1*11' of
Cam plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of Nttvembei
AD. 1952.
E. B. WEATHERMAN".
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
liy: R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
KOVNER ti MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for riainiirf
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11/21-28 12/5-12



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teer on BIG Day, Sunday, December 14th. By
visiting the homes of your friends and neighbors as an Israel Bond
salesman on BIG Day, you can bring them the facts about Israel's
economic growth, and give them an opportunity to invest in the
future of Israel.
Throughout the United States, tens of thousands of men and women
will give added meaning to their celebration of the Chanukah festival
by serving as Israel Bond volunteers. Join them on BIG Day.
You can give no more important service to Israel's modern Maccabees
than to help provide the funds they need for the economic develop-
ment of their land.
Let the Israel Bond office know today that you will give one day to
the State of Israel. Make BIG Day- Sunday, December
14th a big day for you and for Israel.
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jph Cherner
tin Named BIG
ind Marshal
Lph Cherner has accepted
position of Grand Marshal
IG Day, it was announced
I 1 Fi icdland, co-chaii-
Greater Miami Committee,
i of Israel Bonds.
accepting the position which
Bs.) held last year, Cherner
that Israel Bond dollars have
miracles in helping the es-
khment of industry and the
pisioD of agriculture in Is-
noted, too, that the infant
Icracy is preserving its rec-
never having defaulted on
debt. "Bond holders contin-
i be assured of the security of
investment through such
uality," he said. "They are
ftaneously heartened by the
edge that their loan is help-
guarantee Israel's economic
fcrner will head a one-day
Bunity drive on Sunday. De-
p- 14th, which will mark the
point in the present inten-
campaign to enlist 10.000
Israel Bond buyers in the
\uv Miami area. He issued
I for at least 1.000 volunteer
i in help achieve that goal.
Tuesday Review
Bf The Tuesday Book Review
Committee of the Greater Miami
Chapter ,,| Badass; :, ls inaugur-
ating another innovation for their
next presentai: in.
For the first time in four years
the next Review will be held in
the evening, on Tuesday. Novem-
ber 2ath. 8 p.m., at the Beth Shol-
om Banquet Hall.
The Tongue Of The Prophets,
by Robert St. John, has been se-
lected for the second review of
the series of 4en. Mrs. I M
Weinstein will be reviewer.
An open forum will be con-
ducted by a panel composed of
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Dr.
Edward G. Lear and Dr. Donald
G Michelson. Mrs. Weinstein
will act as moderator.
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PAGE 11 A
Obituaries
YKTTA KI'KLSTEIN
.. of 195] SW ITU, TVi-a,..-, ,.,.,|
Kyon Saturday in a local h. .,i
She is survWed by two daughters,
V' T .1" *,|HW'mn "<1 lira. SaiJi,.
Anita. Reaming were lent t.. NVwmk
N.w Jewey. for Mryl*i an,I Inter-
ment by Tlie Miami RlvarsMU
Zionist Council Will
Hold Tribute For
Dr. Weizmann Here
The Zionist Council of South
[Florida will Jiold a Memorial
Tribute to the late Dr. Chaim
weizmann at Flamingo Park on
Wednesday evening, December
, 10th. according to an announce-
menl eajiy this week by Mrs.
George Cohen, president.
All South Florida counties will
participate in the function, Mrs.
Cohen said.
In charge of program arrange-
ments are Mrs. Milton Sirkin and
Burnett Roth, vice mayor of Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
will be in charge of the musical
presentation.
^ise Chapter Book
riew On Monday
honor of Jewish Book
hh. the Louise Chapter of the
Jriran Jewish Congress will
H a Book Review on Mon-
N i'i mber 24th. 12:30 p.m.,
Shelborne Hotel.
, ,,. JACK MARKS
.1. of 2615 su Jfoth str.-.i. died In a
local hoi.plta.........i,,).,. l:ilh |,(. .
survived by his wife, Anna; two
daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Roaale* ud
Mis Marilyn Buchenbols; fiv,. broth-
ers I'hllip. George, Dr. Bertram and
["liw: anil four sisters, Mr* Flora
Rayflel. Mrs. Sylvia AlpeMn, Mrs.
Jean Qohlni i and Mis Charlotte Mlk-
einerK. Remains were aent to Bi.....k-
1} n. Nc \..rk. for mm lei and In-
terment by 'The Miami Riverside".
landeis Pitted
lainst UM JV's
.cember 6th
kndeis University, Waltham,
feachusetts. will conclude its
| Football Season with a game
nst the University of Mi-
^ Jayvees at Memorial Field
Saturday evening, December
lami Beach civic leaders and
lids of the non-sectarian Un-
Wty are sponsoring the game
Ithe second consecutive year,
phng to City Councilman
Did Turk. Coach Benny
iman has already arrived
ike concluding arrange-
Iti for the December 6th af-
BRCKA SATER
' '' Em lid Avenue, died Monday. .\
i. -i'i. nt here ror I le paal it
f"f l survived by four sons, s,,i.
Will:.mi. George and Sam; and two
daughter* Mm Mollye trnnson and
Mrs. Blumyi Sa il Sen Icee were on
nedneada> ..i th< Beach Memorial
' hapel. with Rabbl#lrvlng Lehrman
officiating. Interment was on Mount
.\elio i '. r ,- \
P'ii:\ QWAET
59, of 7:7 Michigan Avenue, died No-
vember 14th She is survived by her
husband, Max; one daughter, Helen;
one eon, Harold, and a grandson,
Lawrence David, she also leaves two
int.theis and three Bisters. Services
were November Itth. al the Miami
Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Moset
Mescheloff officiating. Interment was
on Mount sin.ii Cemetery.
Steinhardt Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Steinhardt formerly of 7731 Haw-
thorne Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, November
23rd at 2 p.m. on Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rab-
! bi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr.
, Steinhardt is survived by his
wife. Ellen, three sons. Milton,
Julius and Arthur, a daughter.
Mrs. Betty Lehman, a brother.
Nathan and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements are in charge.of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
Title Company
|ami Beach's North Shore
n is getting another finan-
institution.
be Franklin Title Guaranty
i.'tion has opened offices
11 "1st Street in a building
11.000 square feet of floor
te especially designed for a
company operation.
Ifficers of the company are
|ry A. Gordpn, president, and
fit Rosen, secretary-treasur-
ROSK YOI'NG
78, Of .-.."16 Hth Street, died on No-
vember Kith. A resilient her for the
past 10 years, she is survived tiy her
huaband, Morris; ami two sons. Mar-
tin and Leo. Services were November
17th, at the Miami Reach Riverside,
with Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiat-
ing. Interment was on Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
1SRAKI. KIRSCHNKH
78, of isno James Avenue, died on
November 15th, A resident here for
the past 14 years, he is survived by
his wife. K.'.nny. Remains were sent
to llrooklyn. New York, for services
and Interment by the Miami Beach
Riverside.
ISRAEL GLA88
60. of !'"" Meridian Avenue, passed
away on November 17th. He is surviv-
ed by bis wife Qussle; one daughter,
Mr- Judith Ellis; and three Bisters
Remains were sent to Brooklyn, New
fork, for services and interment by
tin- Miami Beach Riverside,
Finn Dance Band Plays
For Home Residents
The Finn Concert Dance Band
from the Florida Institute of
Music, composed of teen-agers,
played a concert for residents of
the Jewish Home for the Aged on
Sunday.
Cantorial selections were by
Cantor Jacob Borenstein, of Tem-
ple Israel. Leo Steinman, chair-
man of entertainment, acted as
master of ceremonies.
V*ning Haw At itittragne Oral
Uraetm 11.000 Oog Fan's Here
1:: 14.000 enthusiastic rac-
-:'- jammed into the Bis-
- Track opening night,
iy, to hang up an all
. rinc handle of $285,389.
Miami's oldest and
ti^ok;. already hold
er
State's previous high at-
and m'utuel handle rec-
sured of its best season
year history.
nrt-aperoted by pioneer
for over a quarter of
lury, the Northside Oval has
a '^lxuu tht! .Sport tjf
s slnc't' the sport was Inaug-
[1 m the Miami area years
n"ng ouclyWi firsts can be
u'd the following: Founded
r926, Biscayne is the first grey-
nd track to operate in the
Miami area. Second oldest in the
state, it was the first futurity sfee
oval with formful racing through-
out the years resulting.
First to install the "tote". Bis-
cayne was also the first to" install
the totalizator and -.automatic
ticket sales. The lure which is
used .,: Biscayne' was the first to
extend into the middle of the
racing strip. This lure was pion-
eered and developed ry Bivayrie.
Biacayne's current meeting will
run through January 5th. when
the Hack .jvilUclflsg^yniil"tic
Spring meeting which opens Ap-
ril 10th. The second half will
continue through to June 2nd.
when the historic Biscayne Derby
will be staged, bringing down the
curtain on the 1952-1953" grey-
hound racing season in South
Florida.
Tit Auxiliary To
Sponsor Affair
The Create; Miami Auxiliary
of the Jewish Consumptives' Re-
lief Society is sponsoring a Card
Party on Monday evening. No-
vember 24th. 8 p.m., at the San
Marino Hotel.
Proceeds will be used to aid
tubercular patients hospitalized
in the ward at Kendall, as well
as those hospitalized in the non-
sectarian JCRS Sanitorium at
Spivak, Colorado.
In charge of tickets is Mrs.
Harry Siegel. Mrs. Murray Pon-
cher is case chairman of the lo-
cal auxiliary, with Mrs. Morris
Goluskin, president.
Dr. Doran D. Zinner, president oi the Greater Miami Alumni
Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, greets Dr. I.
Franklin Miller, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and presents
him with a plague in recognition of his contributions to Den-
tistry. Dr. Miller addressed a two-day lecture series here last
week before the Florida East Coast Dental Society, which
embraces the area from Vero Beach to Key West.
Miami Chapter, Alpha Omega, Hears
Dr. Miller In Talk On Dentistry Here
Kadimah Women Dessert
At Israelite Center
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer!
Women, will'hold a Dessert Card j
Party at the Israelite Center' on
Tuesday, November 25th, 12;30
p.m. Co-chairmen of the affair
are the Mesdames Jennie Sch-
wartz, B. Labbie and M. Stone.
Mrs. Fink Addresses
Brandeis Chapter, AJC
Brandeis Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, will meet on
Monday, November 24th, 1 p.m.,
at the Sea Gull Hotel. Mrs. Dor-
othy Krieger Fink will give a
book review in honor of Jewish
Book Month. Presiding is Mrs.
Bess Lesser.
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity,
played host to the Florida East
Coast Dental Society last week
at a two-day lecture series held
in the Miami Women's Club.
Dental men here heard Dr. I.
Franklin Miller, of Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania, discussing the lat-
est techniques and scientific ad-
vances gained in protecting na-
tural teeth. Dr. Miller outlined
a new theory on "reconstructive
dentistry" which he had prev-
iously presented to dental groups
in 15 states, Canada, Puerto Rico,
Bermuda and the Dominican Re-
public.
The new approach is based on
the belief that mouths can be
rebuilt in a manner "which not
only duplicates, but even betters
Mother Nature," according to
dental authorities who heard Dr.
Miller's presentation.
Pointing to the ill-effects of I
false teeth" to facial appearance, j
Dr. Miller stressed the import-
ance of maintaining the natural
teeth as long as possible. "The I
whole muscle tone of the face
deteriorates so that a person's !
appearance ages as much as 20
years," he said.
The new approach,.he explain- j
ed, envisions teeth being reshap-
ed or rebuilt in jackets to re- |
semble normal teeth. "Then, i
missing teeth are attached in such |
a manner that the mouth obtains I
virtually maximum efficiency." I
Dr. Albert Rosenthal opened
the Alpha Omega sessions here.
In addition to Dr. Zinner, local
officers include Drs. George Gra-
. ham, president-elect; Melvin
Becker, secretary; Arthur Sobol-
! off. treasurer; Max Tendrich, ed-
; itor; and Irving Gordon, pro-
grams chaMnan.
Lynn Morrow To
llis.uss TV At
W\si Miami
The Men's Club of the West
Miami Jewish Center will pre-
sent Lynn Morrow, public rela-
tions director of television station
WTVJ, on Monday evening, No-
vember 24th, 8:30 p.m., at the
Center.
Morrow will discuss: Behind
The Screens On TV. He will also
conduct a question and answer
period.
Jack Klar is program chair-
man.
Hebrew Academy Pupils
Honor Dr. Weizmann
Some 200 students of the He-
brew Academy attended a Memo-
rial Meeting last Sunday morn-
ing in the Academy Auditorium.
Herman Shapiro, 8th grade pu-
pil, read a resolution honoring
the memory of the late Dr. Chains
Weizmann who passed away in
Rehovoth, Israel, about two weeks
ago.
Cast of a Minstrel Show presented by the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood at a recent
Member-Bring-A-Member Luncheon Included (left to right, bottom row) Hilda J"laum, Carolyn
Chesman and Rose Lauritz. Shown in the rear row (left to right) are Tillie Ostrie. Bell* Smith.
Estelle Moskowitz, Bert Toppell, Terry Hummell, Shirley Dreitzer and Sarah Grebin.


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ii ii ii-ii .. protests MayUriTo US Visa Policy '
lUBWIlSlh-ltlliDIPldlilOUFl Changes; Dr Albert Einstein !s Attacked
FLORIDA
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1952
SEC. B
$500,000,000 State of
|pnd Drive. For many
has been recognized as
landing authority on in-
_al affairs. He -is one of
tiers (if the Foreign Pol-
Liution, an organization
las worked for the fur-
of studies in interna-
tlalions since 1919.
jiald served as chairman
k ;,ii of the Foreign Pol-
Eciation from its inception
3:i. when he was appoint-
5 of Nations High Com-
i for German Refugees.
fcague Commissioner, Mc-
iine of the first to
je the impending threat to
implicit in Nazi per-
lol tie Jews. He resigned
L( :^ue post in 1935, and
' i the United States,
I: became an editorial
If r the New York Times,
, president of the Brook-
Ititutc of Arts and sciences.
Lj thin appointed chair-
| President Roosevelt's Ad-
McDonald To Be Honored Here At
lion; Ambassador Brings Message
nd Mrs. Emil J. Gould have extended invitations to a re-
1 their home, 7550 Ponce De Leon Road. South Miami, in
the first United States Ambassador to the State of Israel,
Table James G. McDonald, on Sunday evening, November
i.m.
i.s.-ador McDonald, who visited in this area last year, is
,,f the Advisory Court-
extent with attempts to achieve
State Department agreement to
wider interpretation of US immi-
gration laws.
In 1945, McDonald was asked
to serve on the Anglo-American
Commission of Inquiry which was
to offer a proposed solution of the
Palestine problem to the United
Nations. He emerged as a cham-
pion of the rights of Jewish vic-
tims of Hitler's Europe to unlim-
ited immigration into 'Palestine.
In 1948, he was appointed US
Ambassador to the new State of
Israel. He served with distinction ,
for more than two years and upon
hit resignation was hailed in Is-
rael as the man most responsible
for the bond of friendship be-
tween America and the new de-
mocracy in the Middle East.
Gould, who is chairman of the
Trade and Industry Division of
the Greater Miami Committee,
State of Israel Bonds, has ap-
pointed the following committee
for the reception:
Nathan Edelman, Joseph L. Ar-
Committe* on Political i kin, Morris S. Burk, Jules P.
les which dealt to a large Channing. Samuel F. Danels, Moe
WASHINGTON (JTA) The impact of the 1950 McCarran In-
ternal Security Act and the 1952 McCarran-Walter Immigration Law
on visa and passport policies is being examined by the State De-
partment as a result of recent charges by leading scientists that the
State Department's policies are undermining freedom.
The Washington Daily News early last week editorially attacked
Dr. Albeit Einstein, one of the
Feingoid, David B. Fleeman, Her-
bert Gclernter.
Ben Giller, Norman M. Giller,
Irvin Korach, Ben Markowitz,
kin, Lawrence Sapero, Arthur M.
Shandloff, Samuel Spector and
Robert L. Turchin.
Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers,
Raymond R. Rubin, Dan. B. Rus-
Ambassador McDonald will
bring an important message on
the State of Israel, explaining the
use to which the funds from Is-
rael Bonds are being put in the
large-scale expansion of Israel's
industry and agriculture and the
absorption of the 600,000 immi-
grants expected during the com-
ing three years.
o4 scientists who made the charg-
es. The Washington Post, how-
ever, said that the scientists
"demonstrate, with the aid of
numerous specific illustrations,
that the present policy laid down
by the two McCarran Acts and
administered by a demoralized
State Department surrounds the
United States with a 'paper cur-
tain' in imitation of the iron cur-
tain of the USSR."
The paper stated that "the two
McCarran Acts, as the scientists
point out, are rooted in irration-
ality."
Protests against the State De-
partment policy may succeed in
obtaining their objective when
deliberations of a special sub-
committee of the Bureau of the
Budget are made known. Repre-
sentative Emanuel Celler said
here.
Representative Celler, who is
chairman of the House Judiciary
Committee, said he had informa-
tion leading him to believe that
the many protests may have
caused a change in attitude on
the part of responsible authori-
ties. He said he had learned that
new instructions are being con-
sidered which would specify that
Jews were not to be "coerced"
into identifying themselves to
consular authorities for "racial"
or "ethnic" listings.
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, op-
position to the McCarran Immi-
gration Act was expressed here
by leaders of Jewish, Protestant
and Catholic groups testifying at
a hearing held by President Tru-
man's Commission on Immigra-
tion and Naturalization, which is
gathering public testimony on the
McCarran Act. The Commission
previously held public hearings
in San Francisco. Leaders of the
three faiths in that city also asked
tor modifications in the McCar-
ran Act.
SJBJJ >-";
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a
dv.v. planning a reception to be tendered former Ambassa-
' to Israel James G. McDonald next Wednesday are (stand-
i right) Beniamin Meyers. Jules Channing. Raymond
b.n. Herbert Adelmcn, Irvin Korach. David Fleeman Ar-
jr Shandloff and Moe Feingoid. Seated are Emil Gould, at
lose residence the reception will be held, and Herbert del-
eter. ________________________________
Crippled Children
Hoard Will Meet
The Board of Directors of the
Crippled Children's Society will
meet at Betty's Restaurant on
Mondav. November 24th. 12 noon.
Monday is also the first of the
three-day sessions of the Semi-
Annual Cerebral Palsy Diagnos-
tic and Recommendation Clinic
held by the Crippled Children s
Society.
This vear. more than seventy
children are scheduled to be ex-
amined by Dr. Harriet E. Gillette.
The special clinic will be con-
ducted at the treatment center Oi
the Crippled Children's Society,
159 NE 51st Street.
BIG Day Workers
Seek 1,000 Aides
BIG Day in Greater Miami got
off to an auspicious start with a
campaign workers' Breakfast
Rally on Sunday morning, when !
more than 100 captains and maj- j
ors turned in the names of some
200 privates who will work with
them on December 14th.
Workers will devote themselves
within the next two weeks to en-
rolling a minimum of 1,000 work-
Addressing the campaigners
I were Louie Bandel, co-leader for
Miami, and Mrs. Harry Gerston,
chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion. A telegram from Henry
| Morgenthau, chairman of the
I Board of trie American Financial
| and Development Corporation for
I Israel, urged Greater Miami to
outdo its record made here on the
first BIG Day last year.
Between now and December
7th. when the next Breakfast Ral-
ly will take place, every Jev/-
rgr.nization in the city will
he contacted to supply volunteers
for the BIG Day campaign.____
To Honor Mrs. Bookspan
Pioneer Women, Club Wo. 2,
will honor Mrs. Nathan Bookspan
at a reception on Monday eve-
ning, November 24th. 8 p.m., at
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Gables Social Affair
Another in a series of social
get-togethers for members of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
be held on Sunday, November
23rd, 6:30 p.m. at the Center. A
Spaghetti Supper is on the menu.
Chairman is Mrs. Sam Silver.
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Hie Rosenberg.
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UNAMBO: A GRAFTED ART
Unambo. a novel by Max Brod. has been given me for review
during Jewish Book Month which is currently being observed here.
Its author moved to what was then Palestine in 1938. A Czech
citizen until that tpme, he escaped the heel of Nazi Lebensraum ex-
pansionism and made his now home in Tel Aviv
According to our confused standards. Brod is now regarded as
a "Jewish author". By extension. Unambo becomes a "Jewish
book". The difficulty with these assumptions is that neither U
fundamentally true. Despite the norel's jacket, which attests to
the writer's early Zionist background, more reliable literary his-
tory places Brod in the European aesthetic tradition a sphre
far remored from Judaistic identification.
The fact is that Brod only recently gained any sort of interna-
tional reputation when interest was revived in the works of Franz
Kafka. Thus, identification of the former Czech as a Jew is merely
I incidental to his significance in the design of world literature. And
| the claim that IfoaUMDO is a Jew ish book" can be supported by the
1 novel's secondary plot, alone, which deals with the War of Libera-
tion in Israel It is difficult, as yet to expect truly native artistic
expressions from the new state: its people will not lose their mark
.of international character : r long time. But. both Brod and his
I novel reflect none of th< development along this line that has al-
read) I eon made manifest there, oven :t m rudimentarv fashion.
secuto him. The parallel to Unambo i, ,.,"^5=^5
oiograph.cal prototype of Kafka. Brod's ,"*' la,i,*tfckl
fact that, for him. use of the infernal mark**"1* "3f
leal destruction. Kafka never recogni 7*7 ^^O
death emphasizes the relationship between *"* *i
la,ion. In a larger sense. Unambo may be JWych,c J t*
of Israel immediately following the UN d arde<13*
the subsequent onslaught of the Moslem I C'SIOn '0r Paoti
by no means indigenously Jewish neithe gUe' But th.
------- ------------------------------------------------------, !j !1'^!:.'
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5505 N. W. 3rd St ^
MAX BROD AND FRANZ KAFKA
Brod first received significant recognition when he was ap-
pointed executor of the literary estate ol thi Czech-Jewish writer,
Franz Kafka The latti : TB in 1924. requested Brod.
his closest friend, to burn all of his manuscripts and to collect and
destroy as many of his published works as was practically possible,
did nothing the kind; contrarily, he dedicated himself to
inj Kafka's international reputation
Kafka has since bcome one of the most disputed literary
figures of our time. Advanced guard writers hold sacred his mem-
ory and study his parables and novels with ardent devotion.
Befogged Communist critics condemn him. point him out as a
willing tool of the "bourgeois conspiracy" and bemoan the fact
that Brod did not. indeed, fulfill his mission. Such a seduced soul.
Howard Fast, has writlen: Very ne:r the top of what I have, in
the past, rather indelicately called the cultural dung heap of
reaction- sits Frani Kafka, one of the major Olympians in that
curious shrine the so-called new critics' and their Trolskyite col-
leagues have erected."
nt that K literarj
. itionship with h.s father, a J
: 'hat hi R enter the commercial
" thodoxprii Torah .
: K establisl ... J
' \ : tably led to
founded in the 1 eling of guil, that he had
; ather Out of the nightmare SluffeSLta and
a t.tamc literature containing tales
[ion and dreams salvation through psycho^,
UNAMBO AS IMITATION
2T nce* "" Kafka> brief and tortured existence had
Ma, Brod. His own work could no, shake the |
mflu, Je supenor writer. Unambo is no exception. Ostensi- j
m Israel .the publisher's subtitle), it deals
. :K;,V --naive escapist mysticism remim3,:
Three major elements compos* ih ,v, ...._
sss wwjaaFaSSLSSS^'
p
. a single chl I
It must :-:. "rrative demanded it".
..1 literary men, exist, in faithful
iJa'v Br>d s.""bibty t.i respond to the
^;j^^iMTn*:'iam<*-
abb young author, who permitted me to i V"" ?** tdnrir-
-. partly word for wo d h h" ? ,nsert- pai,lv ln P^ra-
two short Stories: Tas F%-r Th iPT l faCts '" h.s
jJbs waS5S= S
peel of his norel. The numerically 7w^Be.TV*"*""'' ""
conflict a, i, affected the Jews thI SZtX T w V"9 W"h
United Nations a, Lake thmtT /lUS w ?? Mo*^^ *d the
assume the p.lt.rn c| iJSSZ^ +* -~fl
borrowed for conveniently .mphas^inc Unami'! Ef^ U
Ever a Euro^an. Brod onlvTl2 Ulnambo m>r heme.
Rcation :s with the Sael, Wa- Rath^'* ?" 2* Spln,Uil
eased will to escape the urgenc of Veal -v f'-'!,i'* 7^ ma"'S dls"
of this end. he has chosen dev-L v'" :he,,mP''"^n,;,t: >n
and he ran ...;-
for its rep N I phy, u well

UNAMBO AND THE COCKROACH
stance' ; '.'.' j
psychically healthy sou '
.
iracter. Heliu But
tive-byth ; : respond inj te"-
Thus. there is introduced a mystic -rach^re tt' L
perrruts the indecisi. soul ,o riew the r?n^ Un,mbo- hich
tion, while performing none. TlTuiv.nSTuS^ ^ iC"
festaiionof the Deril who a, odd moment HS?fe '$,' T^
of a cockroach. Clearly. p,rchic split u dr.^TL 'h* ,orm
saror, with r.lh the possibility of witoiJwinT "^ Brod
One of Franz Ka/ka's majorVorks sZ'ZTotr,I "" t*^tr-
a young man who changes into a ekmf, ^ Sls dea,s -*k
mm. since he wm n, S^T^SSt ffpSS? & ^
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)VEMBER 21. 1952
*iWw*%*V*~*
jeers Will Canvass Area For
jw Academy On HA-Day Here
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PAGE 3B
,,f volunteer work-
I, ater Miami Hebrew
Ell canvass the entire
, ii Tuesday. Novem-
Ifi. ially proclaimed as
(,.r the Fifth Annual
I .1 urnal of the Acad-
|$1"i0 function is sched-
Miami Beach Audi-
y night, January
I Fruchtman, chairman
Li reported Wedncs-
L unusually early re-
Ji servations indicated
II. be able to attain our
,.) persons."
i f the Hebrew Acad-
f, led by Mrs. David
!i-. Roy Sitomer and
lei Cohen, have already
j sales campaign for
jual Pictorial Journal.
[silver pages and half-
le been added to this
|k, Mrs. Sitomer said.
Italizcd from the dinner
will be utilized for
[p funds for the Acad-
school again is operat-
[capacity registration of
nis, Rabbi Alexander S-
[incipal, states.
workers will both sell
the dinner and adver-
in the journal. They
niprised of members of
the Academy, Academy Women,
Room Mothers, Fathers' Club and
students and friends of the All-
Day Hebrew School.
"Selection of Charles Frucht-
man as out chairman has given
a great incentive to our workers,"
Harry Gene;, Academy vice pres-
ident, asserted Wednesday.
Tickets for the dinner may be
obtained from members of the
HA-Day teams or by writing the
Academy.
TUereth isravl
Sisters Mvvt
Monday evening, November
24th, 8:30 p.m., will be the occa-
sion for a meeting of the Tifereth
Israel Northside Center Sister-
hood.
New oflicers will be presented
at that time. They include the
Mesdames Tess Rollnick, presi-
dent; Adeline Kranz, treasurer;
and Ann Harris, recording secre-
tary.
Laurel Court Meeting
Laurel Court No. 11, Order of
the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday evening, November 24th.
8 p.m., at the International Or-
der of Odd Fellows Hall, accord-
ing to an announcement early
this week.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, late President of the Slate of Israel, and a Miami Baptist Minister's
son, who fought for the liberation of the youthful democracy, were memorialized at a meet-
ing of the Jewish National Fund Council Wednesday evening. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
president of the JNF Council of South Florida, made the formal presentation of a Commemor-
ative Certificate marking the establishment of a grove planted in Israel in memory of The-
odore Gibson, Jr. Shown (left to right) are Sam Prosterman, INF honorary life chairman; Rabbi
Mescheloff; Reverend and Mrs. Theodore Gibson, accepting the certificate in behalf of their
late son who died in an El Al airplane crash; and Rabbi David Shapiro, JNF Board chair-
man, who presented the eulogy honoring Dr. Weizmann. Cantor Aaron Weingarten, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, chanted the Memorial Prayer.
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TRIDAY,
Miami Delegates Will Attend Hadassah
State Conference In Orlando Tomorrow
: here vill b< no fear of Miami's being overl. i thi
SI te C I at Orlando I
e 70 Miami women is expected I
,'-.:, the sessions scheduled to run thr.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, p Greal A
n- will ., derator t the Ameri. v
ium. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, im-
: past president of the
Cha] u r, .'.ill be chairman of the
Y >uth Services Luncheon to be
ven on Sunday. November Z
Presentations on the Medical
Center will be made by Mrs. Lou-
is Goldman, and Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro will speak oh the importance
ol integration at the membership
session. In addition, the Miami
Choral Group will entertain at
the closing banquet.
National speakers scheduled in-
clude Dr. Miriam Freund. Na-
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tall Officers
faelite Center
Ufrcd Waxman, spirit-
r of the West Miami
tutor, will be principal
fct an Installation Cele-
the Israelite Center on
Iv.ninR, November 23rd,
It the Center, 3198 SW
race.
Ulccted officers of the
id the Dora Stein Sister-
|1 be installed by Irving
honorary president and
of the affair.
[irman of the evening
Charles Fidelman. Mem-
fthe committee include
Iron, Mrs. David Granat,
kr'einberg, Nat Shenkin,
[Mrs. Sam Sandier, Phil
| Morris Goldenberg, Max
krael Goldberg, Mrs. Lil-
jitr. Murray Park and Mr.
Robert Becker.
to provide vocal
V are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
|d William Skyler. Mrs.
Simon will lead the as-
in national songs.
Mombers
ill Officers
lank.sK'ving Eve Dinner
[n.l Installation Ceremony
held ;.t the North Dade
Center on Wednesday
\, November 26th, 7 p.m.
Dgram will include music
ring by The Rhythmaires
prtiiinment by The Geiers.
cif reservations is Mrs.
[Kaufman.
s to be installed include
Apfelbaum, president;
tin Miller, 1st vice presi-
trnard Catz, 2nd vice
it: David Greene, 3rd vice
Int: Mrs. Irving Jacobson,
pig secretary; and Mrs. Da-
odman, corresponding sec-
RESTAURANT
Phyllis Katz (left), repiesenting the student council, presents
Charles Fruchtman with a Torah. The present honors Frucht-
man for accepting the chaiimanship of the Hebrew Academy's
Fifth Annual $100 Dinnei slated for the Miami Beach Audi-
torium January 4th. Mrs. Fruchtman looks on.
Beach Center PTA
Meets December 6th
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center announces a combined
membership meeting and social
to be held on Saturday evening.
Decerr.ber 6th. at the home of
I Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene,
r5534 Pine Tree Drive.
Mrs. Greene is vice president
of the organization.
Fears Of Children, a film of
i the Mental Health Society, will
be presented at that time. Fea-
tured speaker will be Dr. David
, Rothrock.
At the last PTA Board meet-
ling, an extensive program was
i planned for the Religious School
| festivals and activities. Included
are a Chanuka Party and a Cha-
'nuka Preparation Institute.
In conjunction with its concen-
trated Membership Drive, the
PTA will award a gift to the class
having the highest percentage of
parents belonging to the parent-
teacher group.
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Ethel Grossman Heads Three Nurseries
Of Miami Jewish Community Center
The three nursery schools op- Mis. Grossman has been a case
erated by the Greater Miami worker with the Dependent
Jewish Community Center, serv- | Children's Department of the
ing a total of 150 youngsters of New Jersey State Board of Child-
pre-school age, are under the
general supervision of Mrs. Ethel
Grossman, it was announced by
Efraim Gale, executive director.
Mrs. Grossman, as nursery
school supervisor, has been di-
ren's Guardians. Since coming
to Miami eighteen years ago, she
has taught school at the Lear
Private School, the Normandy
Isle Private School and later con-
ducted her own private school,
recting a staff of 1" workers. She | -sPeeializjng in kindergarten and
has also been in charge of staff flrst Krade onl-v-
recruitment and training, pro-
gram planning and general school
administration.
Mrs. Grossman organized and
taught the Americanization Clas-
ses for New Americans for tin
Council of Jewish Women of Mi-
she
serv
I ment early during World War II.
lat what U now the Town Branch
n | risibility of supervising all
The County Nu; serv School i .
Committee and the* PTA groups T 7) ST"
of the Town Branch. Beach Xf, ^llS" ? ?""
Rranrh -, r> a Fi.,i._ o j .school for the Federal Govei
orancn and r lagler-Granada i
Center also receive her consul-
tation and guidance. I ,
., ; "f the Greater Miami Jewish
Mrs Grossman is a graduate Community Center. After the
i Mount Clan State College for war, when the Federal schools Inurserv hols under the aegis
Teachers. Mount Clair, New Jer- |were discontinued she w s isked "f lhe p"'Sl'nl GMJ(-'C *** r-
vvv':,:v luatework by the Board of the Town YMHA ship'
' Vv. N '- '.' vmity.Colum- ... reconvert these nursery D ~-------7------------
:',-' c ':. '' diversity of |sch Is into a school sponsored b- Baron Munchausen Nile
M,a! Shetau hool in the vmha Board > B r n Munri .-, Nit,
public sc)i .ols : V rth Bergen,
New J< : ; \ York cv
it in the New V .rk ""''" : '" 'l:'' r Mi
' A ':' Eveninj Jl '' munity Center, Mrs.
G led to take 1
I lion Hold \t
Zionist Meeting
Election of officers will high-
light the first general meeting of
the Miami Zionist District on
Tuesday evening, Noxember 25th.
8 p.m at the Beth El Center, ac-
. cordin tfto Hyman Sootin, presi-
dent.
Harry Plissner and Jacob Fish-
man, recently returned from Is-
rael, will relate their experienc-
es in the new state. Also sched-
uled is a musical program en-
titled. The History Of Jewish
Musk, which will be presented
by the Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
il, issah.
Committee members in charge
Of the evening include Sidney
Sachs, Al Quadow and Irving
Saal. chairman.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
David Synagogue, will conduct a
Mi mortal Tribute for Dr. Chaim
Weizmann.
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[In Memoriam
lr. Weizmann
iTorkmen's Circle Branch
its Women's Club and
[. Peretz School will hon-
f memory of Dr. Chaim
,in during a memorial ev-
>night, 8:30 p.m., at the
25 Washington Avenue.
Lzed under the auspices
(Joseph Baskin Cultural
Itcc. the memorial is one
semi-monthly meetings
|he Committee plans to
the first and third Fri-
each month. The meet-
be devoted to discuss-
Biterature, music and cur-
joblems.
Bit's memorial will include
Btion "f Dr. Weizrrann's
work as a Jewish sci-
Inri statesman.
|h Duntov, secretary of the
District Workmen's Cir-
Louis Lasavin, principal
Y. L. Peretz schools, will
lcipal speakers.
ZMttjMMsBggj
Group,
Com-
Flagler Plans
Variety Show
Men of the Women's
Flagler-G.-anada Jewish
munity Center, will prepare and
serve supper at the Center on
Sunday evening, 6 D.m.
Plans for the Center's Annual
Variety Show, which will bo held
in January, are currently under
way. Officials indicated in an an-
nouncement early this week that
a call is out for actors, singers,
dancers, technicians and stage-
hands.
The Center Bowling League is
also in full swing. Members meet
on Tuesday evenings. 9 p.m., at
the Palace Bowling Alleys.
According to a report here,
Morris Fisher has been elected
chairman of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Activities Group.
Women of the Center, celebrat-
ing Jewish Book Month here,
heard Seymour B. Liebman, Mi-
ami Beach attorney, in a review
last Thursday evening on Robert
St. John's, The Tongue Of The
Prophet.
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^n above are (left to riqht) Louis Schwartzman, executive
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leader, Coral Gables Jewish Center; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
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turman as they made arrangements for the Jewish Book
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+Jfnist fkridi^r
FRIDAY,
religious directory ...The Rabbi's Corner,,
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE- Jacob Tambor will render the
GATIOS will hold Friday even- musical portions of the liturgy.
ing services at 5 p.m. Late serv- J Subject i : a sermon to be deliv-
ices are scheduled '
when Rabbi A oral
officiate and cont
on Judaism and wchwj nvuui* daooair .*\nernoon Lruscuaauuu
Subject of his discourse is sched- 'Group for Post Graduate Hebrew
.,1*,J ...-. TW.. M._._t M I ... .....
By RABBI JACOB H RAPLAM
"A prayer without devotion is like ., i,.,dv u ,.
N i prayer book can be a substitute foi pr "'a **'
nystic union of man's spirit with the spirit of ","" h'*l
dual be prayed, not read. As the physical hort >nc*
hrough 'inspiration' "breathing in" the oxyeen r'news
yge" ***!
individual |
praver the i
m
m
through
so the spiritual man breathes in the thought!!
Isaac's love reached vSh^m^SS6 b^PLSSu S,p',il" the ir
uled as: The Mental Hygiene Academy students will follow. An through his stomach; Rebekah's l'1W .'h',P,',!1S'" '.""y*tIC P"** '' Prayer ti
In Prayers. Cantor Abraham Self j Oneg Shabbat for children is I love through the unplumbed K n" ,f "*i h ,u a"d ,s <,iniPr<-'hended
and the Congregat.on Choir will scheduled at 3:30 p.m.. under the depths Of the soul. Si men T m^ !1 i, h' ft* f "* univer*. ,&'
ILndH, th/ \POrUOnS direCt"n M" M?* The "science" of business d,s- J 's ," ,J SJ^ nX"c^S wnnV'i T"1 >U :
the liturgy. Saturday morning Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Lev Garten- ,ilV(,cd 0 th n,u.h praver th G"d ,hrou*h the
STS^'.8;8? tm- "^J* berfi wiU be hos,s at refrcsh- man's interest in any business Alwavs there s danger of lon. ,k
he Sabbath Social Hour sched- ments. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. fol- or ev,n cnariubIe proposition That* why our praye kf.S, '' rp'ril hn>.h fc
Uled for 5 p.m.. Mr. B. Aron- towed by Shalos Seudos Daily wa ,,,. ^ R^ JgJjjj.'^fJISSt^ ^^.j^ ^TU
services are at :30 a.m.. and a, 5 g(1(ld dlnner and fine clgal, ] ^ gnd g danger tZgffg^ffi** ... A woman, not usually having : essence of prayer is apt to be lost by a mere readir?"'*1''1*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami one1. ,hrou*h thfJ cata>mbs of I The reader of any poem must 'recreate ,n feel me 2
Will hold Friday- evening services *e business world is nearer to the writer of the poem so in reading the praver* mil
at 8.19 p.m. President of the the inner, spiritual life of "man book we must enter with devotion and sc^forRe,fuin" ?
Men's Club. Jerry E. Freehling. He sees the material: she sees Heari ,n these written prayers of our prayer book,
will bring greetings in honor of the spiritual. Both see reality. the individual, after true prayer, awakens to the alaoU
ly half of the ta,nt>' thal hls Prayer was comprehended by God and t^T
.;______ _... .. can nannen to him th^t i nr, ,_ k..______ ... ,u uai
stein.
H1ALEAH MIAMI SPRISGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CESTER
will hold Friday evening servic-
es at 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker will
11 Raboi David Shapiro. Sub-
ject of his discourse is scheduled
as: The Tongue Of The Prophets.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lyons will "unm i ? wm ut nan
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat fol- Friedman. Hyman Kaplan. Hi r-
tig, in honor of their child- i bert E. Kaufman and Sidney
ren, Wilma and Leonard. Sat- Wasserman Subject of a sermon
urday morn:ng services are at 9 to be delivered
. when Reverend Leo Heim
will officiate and discuSE the
Wei kly P. rti n
Brotherhood Sabbath. Reading but each sees only half of the ta,nt>' tnal n's Prayer wa
Sabbath Pravers will be Harold reality of the universe, out of can naPPen to him that is not in harmonv with the
Fr.oHman Hvma vr-ninr, H..r. which man has evolved merciful character of the Father of all men
which man has evolved.
2. Rugged Individualism is re-
sponsible for most of the degrad-
w
The profoundest thoughts enter into our prayers. Old,
>ie ior most oi me degrad- "" --------""u"' "l,,u*"ls ?mer into our prayen Old*
by Dr. Joseph ation of the m,>dern life. (Prof alW8*' um.ted wlt.h the ncw- In 'he middle ..m the custwn
Narol is: lvnhoe. A reception Jobn Dewey. in Commentary, mtruduce "piutim", poems often belabored in language and*
will follow the service March 1946'. Russia, criticized f"1 embodying something that the generation needed and
f' r the other extreme, is also half bt' a need of lts religious aspirations and human need* OurH
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN- ngh; MAN< ,ht' numan o""*- is | j" ^^ as weli as the Pra>^r Books of conservative J
iXJAHl HEBREW SCHOOL TER will hold Fr.dav evening %">d'vidual BORN into societj
COSGREGAT10S will hold services^ 830 p m with Rabbi The matenal 1S ,ht' visible man-
services at 5 p.m. irvme Cehrman officiating Guest :' !! ""n "f ,he 'iP'r'tual.
a)t/urdav morning services are at speaker will be Dr. Jacob H. Kap- ", maJe-s1"' cathedral." my
8.30 a.m.. when Melvin. s n I :.,. president of the Association profeasor "f Ph"s"Phy used to
lav *ay' "ls th'- way a majestic con-
sciousness look".
The Union of the two as-
.,'!: D : will of Florida Rabbis. Saturday
Rabbi Si- morning services are at 9 a.m
I respond A Mish- when Rabbi Lehrman will discuss f3'. T,hc, Unin of th" tw as-
'heduled for 4 p.m the Wei kly Portion. An afternoon I .Tts of Rca,'l>- ,h(1 material and
Mincha and Maariv will follow. Bible class is scheduled for 4 'he sP""al. is the struggle that
p.m. Mincha and Shalos Seudos I haf, l"n*ad humanity for thous-
will follow. Cantor David Silver-I ands.of -vears- cver since the
man will chant assisted hv the .b"th of conscience" in the mil-
man will chant, assisted by the
Center Choir. Daily services are
in the Chapel at 8 a.m.. and at
5:30 p.m.
BETH TF1LAH COSGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
-' : n scheduled
B 30 am., when Rabbi Joseph
Rack vsky will discuss: Can
I^T^^L30 ,L,m,ted- M *\ FLAGLER-GRANADA JEW-
,' \, u WlU d,sruss Cn-\ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will
Mwha IS at 4:30 p.m., fol- hold Saturday morning services
'.. ^ S' Sed and at 9 am. Daily services are at
........aily servi at i 30 ,7:30 a.m.
and ..t 5:15 p.m.
- J??ffi^i2f2SL-S
lennium before the Christian Era.
The West has specialized in the
revelations of the material uni-
verse: The East specialized in the
revelations of the spiritual uni-
verse.
Neither the one alone nor the
other alone, can find peace and a
fuller life, for the two belong
together.
? That's why Zionism is so im-
P irtant for the world, as a labor-
Ddox congregations. are also embodyinu in our P-txZ
thoughts and needs of the generation in which we live '
< JhA PravcrBook ,,self is a "cord of a n,w rmdeofm-
for God. Worship began, as with all other peoples, with as2
rifice 'sometimes even with human sacrifice! Her- a-,d tienl
were probably interspersed prayers with the sacrifices as kfl
Temple at Jerusalem. We hardly know when the change fnif
rifice to Prayer Book took place. It was not ,, sudden chant]
gradually prayer subverted sacrifice.
The origin of daily prayer we may trace to the BabvlonJ
lie. Here the people would gather on Sabbaths and natwail
days and would find in the Scripture readings hope, comforti
in the words of the teachers as they read and expounded till
read. Here. then, is the origin of the regular praver meelmpJ
consisted in instruction and praise, the oldest division of id
The Psalms are sufficient evidence that sacrifice alone J
the whole mode of worship m the Temple. This, however. J
the origin of the prayer worship. This happened in the post
period when the sacrifices were put in the background and T
ice of personal devotion took their place. The Pslams h
prominent part of the prayer worship.
1 saim 55. verse 17. "Evening and morning, and a: nooui,
pray and cry aloud: and He shall hear my voice." And Danal,
)r_ Plainly states that the three daily services h ( a M\
evei ing 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv- ,'"ry ^eriment. The Jew. in- ,""1 ln Israo1- "And Daniel kneeled upon his knees
with Rabbi ices are ,.t g ., ,. wnen Rabbi .',' "' the_ Spirit of the East, j' '',; and P'a.ved. and gave thks before his G
'" Cant r Al x-
andei en :: g
:. |i
K'\. ~... .ll,v,n
AnOnegShab- A Kiddush will follow.
1 rn-
inj
ed by Junior jervici at 11
Abraham s.uhs will discuss the du f er "' lhe knowledge of
Weekly Portion. Rohert ,.r V11'' Wl'sI- MAY be able to ivn.
Portion, Robert, son of ,
I Mrs Jack Berry, will be- ,th,'sl/'' ,!u' tw Parts of the world
Bar Mitzvah at that time.!'?1'!, ? Pa,u,rn of reality that
shall be a blessing to all the na-
" '" Of Ule earth.)
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-1& irSAPf ta Seen h'"' ,n
TER will hold lat, Fr.dav eve- ^l^,"',. M"',S rV,'n nl'"1' ^an
^WACADEAfY will hold SSerTbrlmo'wiulrofSS Wf "*** M-"' "-lls for J fW BookTTno*t1hT VSd' institul
a a P.m. I j AimJ. p!,1!f.,w,loff.,?laU "": We subsUtute BIG build- *" ,h,nk ls- but *" constantly set in ordei
ngs for the real meaning ,,f ;, of ,ne times. The Union Praver Book, though differing ill Isf
Jniversity, specU from the Siddur. the seemingly fixed ordei ol prayer.
Saturday morning service- are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Guest Cantor
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Be.lh .El-r!r Shmarya Bn rakl Or-
m22?EiSw,83. ,7U| ** Mtam'
Orthodox, 101-su Waih Av. U B
.Liberal, mi cfcaae Ave M B
say, Orthodox, ::.-, Euclid Ai Ml-
a i Beach
Ccai Cable* RabbI Ifo rii Skop Ub-
nil. '-( Palermo Ave., C Gablen
Downtown Synagooue -Orthodox
NH 3rd Ave Miami,
F-lagler.Granada M. N \v -,.s, |. ., .
Miami
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexandel
proaa, Orthodox, fis 6th St.. M.B.
riiateah-Miami Springs Reverend
,.'- >' '"' E 4th Ave Hlalnah
Hciiywood -Rabb Jacob Honli ron-
. [lve !..... Polk Bl Hoi
Israelite Center !:
8ai ha, Conservative, 1198 sw Mth
Ter.. .Miami
Kneseth Israel -Rabbi Abraham Caa-
}. Orthodox, HIS Eu< lid Avi .
.%oann Beach.
Miami Beach -Il.il.l.l Irving I^-hrman
Coneervatlve, 1701 Wash. Ave M R
Miami Hebrew School- Rabbi Sinn.n
April. Orthod<.\. II : SW ;jui .\.,
Uunl.
North Oade Rat.i.i Harry Ettlnsar,
IJM w. Dixie Hisrh-
way. North Miami.
North thof Rabbi Mayer Ahramo-
w.:z. Conservative, 62n 7.'.th Bt
M!am! H#-ach.
Temple Uraell>r. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. IS7 N'K 19th St Miami.
Tifereth Israel fi'.l'O X. Miami A v.- .
Miami
Wst MiamiRahlii Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, S7S0 sw 17th St.,
Miami
Young Israel "rthilox, 1001 Chase
Are, Miami Bea'-h
Zamora Kevt-ren'l Rudolf Brill, Con-
iilve, 41 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables.
-* rtoiamowitz will officiate'muNi,.
and discuss: Ezckiel. The VoicehnB 4
Ol The Exile. Cantor Edward S??J
The daily services in Babylonia finallj the suss
|e sacrificial service, m the Temple, and
into Palestine. The longing for contact with G
Way, as the prophets have so often urged, u
these daily services.
As soon as the lu.hu for daily prayers b< i ,
i of the prayers could not long be omitted and wi-reantl
at various time until the present day
The Prayer Book is net the fixed institul n that S Ml
Klein will chant, assisted by the
Center Choir. Members include
Elisha Cerner. Lois Jacobs. Geri
MechlowitZ, Betty Mendelsohn,
Oladys Schaps and Leo Steinman.
Saturday morning services will be
at 8:45 a.m.. at which time the
Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schneider
Will take place.
.
BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
Dr. Shmaryahu Swirskv will dis-
cuss: Praying Hands. A class in
...-----------" ujtUU.|| u| a | ------ *...... a.u_*.i uv-l\, UJVtalBIl im.ii"^ "'^
University, spects from the Siddur. the seeminglv fixed order cf pra:^
Perfect love is BOTH material Pt-t nar,nony with the hole spirit of Jewish tuv. :i...n. a:sfl
and spiritual. to contact God through worship. And it is the Prayer Bootl
Perfect education is both the' i .t Vrt' than anything else that held together tr.e Jei9l
material and the spiritual mean- P ,nrouShout the long and often tragic history f OUT peopUJ
ing of Reality. ent. personal prayers made up of such needs as could be m
The masculine and the Femin- If I ahke bocamt' a part of the services. The universalityJ
me love must be wedded to form k"! fr cver-v need a"d aspiration which found a re**J
a beautiful home for the man i cnord ,n the hea'ts <>' the Jews helped to hold the scatter*
ior the family, for the family of 3s conrfgation in Israel. On Sabbaths and Festivals ttasj
readings and explanations held the attention the greater P*.'!
My. How long these Sabbath services originallv were IJJ
Know, but Ellbogen states that Agatharcides of Enidcs. hM
in the second century, notes that the Sabbath services were
the Synagogue the whole day. Jt
The Exodus from Egypt as the svmool of freedom held tm
Place in the services. Even in the late portions of the *JJ
d that Ik.. ,.,i___. _. .u.n AevA*m
1>'. for the family of
n'""ns to live in.
scheduled ... ^Ministers Wea,
Binders? An Oneg shabbat will
follow Floral offering, are bv
Ms aHflmM,'A "arrV Au and
,u ,S,H 'ma Au?us '" memory of
cuss: Praying Hands. A class n ^ Mesdames Augu ,C"sa. i wi find tZ\n ^^ Even in the late portions of "fc
Talmud is scheduled for 3:30 p.m ^V morning serC-.e -e pr t.ralU, ik f ""^^ W3S *""*' ^Z)
and will be conducted l,v L .. Junior ..\V1 I '" 9 L' '.''''dJ'y ,he same wa>' it has come down to us to the I
and will be conducted bv the
Rabbi. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz
will lead a class in Ethics of the
Fathers at 4:15 p.m. Mincha is at
5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Satur-
day morning services at 9 a.m
The Bar Mitzvah of Jerry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bink, will take
place at that time.

BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION will hold late Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiating and
assisted by the Student Choir un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag. Subject of a sermon
to be delivered by the Rabbi is
a.m. Junior service, V' I d-,v th y C Same way a"
10:30 a.m Wl" bt' m P* meaningful prayer found in every Jewish prtM
i ,,y. ^od- ,he so"l which Thou has given me. etc.." is f^ J
CONGREGATION Hrru ,, Su ^^>t' W ** Philo and Josephus both ecwle^
COB will holdIhl:,H JA- 'h'\p,i:y,r i<>^ back to Moses.
service, a, 5 pm Satunl.v'''1'"'"8 ice eot. I ?"V da>'S nly th* congregation followed the**
ng services a"e sheiu m''71" S! "^.f'.nd time for prayer: the individual p.^ed
830 am at which tim.th i^^SS^T^ Da">' '"ese prayers were
Mitzvah nf M ,' Bar' orn interrupted their work to prav. fa
'i_.Martin, son 0f Mr. I comers, on Joununn i. eh. ^- iJTZl____.
. <..uciuii resi
mg^ Junior services art. at 9 B
under the direction f B Kan"
neteky. A Kiddush will rx serv"
ed by tn Slst(,rhH) Ibe serv
Abraham Bergman and Mr, M
Posnick serving as ySOJL
wn.d,,.uss,heRwteXMPorSff
Continued on Next Page)
Thic ,,, ,......i~ii.-rs. ror each prayer there was aiiol 3M
Sahh'.v. "" l' ,s "tnined in manv congregations "P^TM
^, ,h,sand Festivals, the Holy Dy&. when the se:vices *t\
'ongtr than the daily services. ^i
PraIreR 'i "w definite k^wledge how the Psalms J
ihese Ps![r. ,Ut the bleKin* l ** bcginnini! or at <* ^
worship '" ,hat they had a rcgular pUl
the rnarkif !?"g the ^"W* readings on Mondays f^J^A
sen Tl dayS> when ,he ta elements came *
Sgut ^ r asrday$ are i,,n ,he ddvs""


>AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952
ligious Directory
Burned from Preceding Puge
y .<; ISRAEL SYNA-
lf .'.' will hold Friday evening
](, it 5 p.m. An Onc Shab-
iill follow. Saturday morn-
Li vices arc scheduled for 9
Mincha will be at 5 p.m..
Shalos Seudos concluding
Lbbath observance.
MORA JEWISH CENTER
1). i regular services Friday
[i:> p.m., with Reverend Ru-
; E. Brill officiating. Arthur
Jsc.'i. chairman of the Relig-
(nimittee, will speak on:
klute Justice. The Sisterhood
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
twing. Reverend Brill will
the Weekly Portion during
[Saturday morning services.
luled for 9 a.m., after which
will be a Kiddush. Mincha
|l.c at 5:15 p.m.
*
9RAL GABLES JEWISH
}TER will hold Friday eve-
vices at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Skop will officiate and
;.i on Maurice Samuel's
Prince of the Ghetto. Sat-
ly morning services are
ici lied for 9:30 a.m., when
I, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
It, ill become Bar Mit/.vah.
B r Mitzvah will assist the
iring the Torah reading.
lay evening Oneg shab-
the Saturday Kiddush
l e under the supervision of
Mrs. Chait in honor of
i Subject of a sermon to
I'd by Rabbi Skop is
Id i d as: The World Of Shol-
hem. The musical por-
the services will be by
lt< Irving Robinson and the
Choir directed by Leon
1PLE BETH SHOLOM will
Friday evening services at
i. Subject of a sermon to
red by Rabbi Leon Kro-
scheduled as: Religion In
an Life. In conjunction
" national observance of
I In American Life, the
will conduct its Annual
ship Welcome during the
An Oneg Shabbat in hon- ;
new members will follow.!
nt of the Men's Club, Dr.
ler Rabbins, will present
ith Prayer Books. Satur-j
ning services are at 10:45
hen the Bar Mitzvah of
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
cerman, will take place.
Samuel Kelemer will ren-
musical portions of all
_+JeH>i$l> fk**0an
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I Bi
It. r
'
iici
ric.<
Ischi
II
bi:
r MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
II hold Friday evening
at 5:30 p.m. Late services
duled for 8:30 p.m., with
lfred Waxman officiating.
peaker will be Milton
fl who will present a
i the Center in recogni-
its High Holy Day Israel
rive, Mrs. David Dresner
sa the Sabbath candles.
I Mrs. Dresner will be
the Oneg Shabbat follow-
turday morning services
duled for 9 a.m., with
Congregation services at
Mincha will be at 5 p.m.,
1 by study of the Weekly
and Shalos Seudos.
Pi :i
Guilders of Immortal
Memorials for the
rrort $ man
Jewish Trade
ii si i
miw.Rt iwt
.. L M
^ for the 2-Story White
Building
nond Monument Co.
MARKERS S40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Sundays Phone 4-3249
MiamiR. U 1S'BOnS Prl,Cher (rlgh,)- C"Wner of the newly-
Miami Beach signing a contract with Chris Danos. business aq
" LCal No' ,33" Je contract assures the restaurant's
eges. Standing are members of the staff, who look on at the si
luxurious dining room has been enlarged and re-appointed to
Chinese Supper
Features Show
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a Chinese Supper on
Sunday evening. 5:30 p.m., at the
J e wi s h Com-
munity Center,
'announced Mrs.
Philip C o e ,
chairman of the
affair. ^
A Variety
Show, staged by
Triangle Pro-
ductions, will be
the feature of
the evening.
Stormont With piano ac-
companiment by
Mrs. Ann Abrams, performers
will include Margie Stormont,
Norman Hunt, Norbert Artz,
Jackie May, Roberta Levine and
Mark Adler.
The professional entertainment
is being directed by David Rabin-
owitz. producer of The Court Of
Junior Pleas, local television
show.
designed Isaac Gellis Restaurant, 1141 Washington Avenue,
ent of the Waiters and Bartenders, Hotel and Restaurant Em-
personnel the best of working conditions, salaries and privil-
gning. Isaac Gellis had its formal re-opening last week. The
meet the needs of an ever increasing number of diners there.
Miss
Hall*in SfM.iLs At
St. Petersburg
Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
Florida Office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will be a
participant in the Third Annual
Community Workshop on Human
Relations being held today at St.
Petersburg, Florida.
The Workshop is" under the spon-
sorship of the St. Petersburg
Council on Human Relations in
cooperation with Pinellas County
Schools, United Churches, Minis-
terial Association and community | use of audio-visual aids in pro-
organizations, j grams for building good human
Balkin will demonstrate the I relations.

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Growth Of Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch Necessitates Expansion Program
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Shown above is the new building of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association's Allapattah Branch. Opened in 1949,
the branch has grown so rapidly that these quarters must no w be erected to service its more than 8,400 depositors.
Phenomenal growth of the Al-
lapattah Branch Office of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation of Miami in three years
has created need for new quar-
ters. Dade Federal, taking its
services "out to the people" when I
it opened its branch office at |
1594 NW 36th Street, on June
18th, 1949. was more than justi-
fied.
Residents of the entire north- I
west area responded by opening '
more than 1.200 new savings ac- !
counts the first 12 hours the
branch was open
Today, t h e Dudi- Federal
Branch has some 8.400 savings
members with savings of nearly
Six million dollars.
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
the Association, at ground-break-
ing ceremonies for the new
branch office building Tuesday,
told community leaders. "The
confidence of the people in Alla-
pattah and the entire northwest
area gives us reason for this
building. When we established
our branch here, it was with
Riverside Director
Aids In Weizmann
Rites Arrangement
Temple Israel Has
Blood Donor Evening
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NOTICE UN0fTT^>
17th Av
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NOTICE U'.DER FIC1
NAME LAW
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On Tuesday evening. November
TEL AVIV The Israel Gov- 25th. from 5 to 8 p.m., a Blood
ernment announced early last Bank Mobile Unit of Mount Sinai
week that it had called upon ; Hospital will be set up at Kaplan
Maxwell Passerman to advise in i Hall. Temple Israel, to receive
the preparation and direction of donors for the account of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTlTflil
NAME LAW J
NOTICE is HEREBY Offl
the underalgned, dejirinr; to m
bualneae undei th nctltleaia
HAKol.h'S Ki iSHBR FtBSftfl
at tlt-Sth 8tn el Miami E
Ida. Inland! to c-tfinter
with the Clerk nl th, rircnij
of Dade Count Florida
HAROLD P nd
OEOROE .1 TauaXOFI
Attorney for Applicant
410 Lincoln Rn I
Miami Beach I la
ti 14-31 -_>> i: -.
the last rites for Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. first President of the new
state, who died in Rehovoth fol-
lowing two heart attacks.
membership.
Depositors of a pint of blood
will be eligible to receive the
main benefits from the Mutual
Passerman is a director of the Aid Account which returns blood
Joseph M. Lipton
tr -to it
for transfusions at no cost.
Riverside Memorial Chapel
New York City. He had been va-
cationing in Tel Aviv
The funeral organization cur- .
rently includes chapels in Man-itTOOdw"1 <-roup Meets
hattan. Brooklyn, the Bronx and T. n .... _-__
Far Rockawav. New York and \ The G,>odwl11 G"P OfGreat-
Miami and Miami Beach Florida 2" Mlaml w'" meet on Tuesday.
" 'November 25th. 7:30 p.m.. at the
North Dade Has
Rummage Sale
A Rummage sale sponsored by
th,. Sisterhood of the North Dade
tion: Charles Baumgardner. pres-
ident of the 36th Street Property
Owners Association; William
Lai kin. president of Ki warns;
Gregory Constantine, vice presi-
in the continued dent uf lho Commercial Bank of Jewisn Center is now
gi vth and progress of the area. M:;""': John Geir. president of 'ress at 2yl0 NW 7th
"When our new building is I Central Bank and Trust Com-
completed it will make us feel|pany; and Marvin Midkiff, Alla-
ev< n more like we are part of the Pattari News.
i McAllister Post.
27th Avenue.
VFW. 1608 SW
in prog-
Avenue.
Martie Schumann is chairman of
the project. In charge of dona-
tions is Mrs. Ida Goodman.
foundation of the community."
Taking part in the ground-
breaking ceremony, besides Lip-
Edwin T. Reeder and Associ-
ates designed the building, which
will be constructed bv Arkin
SliNRAl PARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL SAN .iaBIUn
oe eurr cowvAtuctna
Miami a-' r*n-
ton. officers and directors of Construction Company.
Dade Federal, were community j The building and parking area
leaders William Parris, honorary. will occupy fivt. lots on 36th
mayor of Allapattah: Mrs Fred Street and one on 35th. The
W Vosloh, president of Miami building will be 166 feet by 108
Jackson PTA; J. Mark Stanley, feet and two stories high, con-
president of the Lions Club; Dade tabling* offices and stores as well
Thornton, president of the Opti- as the savings association area.
mist Club: William A. Morrison,!'
LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG
BEACH
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
AIR CO\r>ITIO\ED
Cur Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel
Becretary of the Exchange Club.
Ohn L. Simpson, president of
the Allapattah Busini A
t*"L
^a
AUGUST BROS Ry.
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fr>
Come this i/eatto
Kelei the cerafree Latin waywhara sties ere brighter, hearts
ere liqhter! Tha splendor, convenience and hospitality of tha
CONDADO BEACH HOTEL offer just the right combination
of old world atmosphere and modarn conveniences. Air-
conditioned guti* roomi with privata bath and sho-er
comfortably, graciously furnished. Enjoy tha days and nights
oi eiciting adventures within beautifully landscapad growadi
Private beach, salt
water pool, cabanas,
tennis courts .
cocktail hour, dining,
dancing. Cenvanient
to tailing, fishing,
iding, golf and na-
tive sightseeing.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITUM
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE
the underalaTned, deeirlBe; te
r>ui*lne*i* und. r lh flctlUeMefl
THE NOOK -ii VY FUsfarl
Miami Intel reslater auO
with Ih.- Clerk "I the:
uf Is.iilr i "...ii.h Hoi la
HUNK DOS
V K K HZ
HENRT NTSJI \,\r\l
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Mil Reynold 111 -
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ttEVtNTH JUDICIAL CiRCWt
AND FOR DADE COLNTt.
FLORIDA IN CHANCED
No. 16*420
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JAMES O TREAry rjetald
NOTICE OF PUBLICATI01
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Y..r ARE HEREBT M
that a Bill '"' ,aV.
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the ur^erJwed. aeaS -a
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)AY. NOVEMBER 21. 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
^kwlstithrkikir
ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Fill 51071
l< hereby given that RKN
holder of iTty of Miami Tax
(i Numbered ill'.', dated
1,1,.. of June, A.D. 1950, haa
|,l Certificate In my office,
mmli- application for tax deed
thereon in accordance with
( "> embraces the
described property, situated
rCounty. Florida, to-Wit:
, lllock 6, Twelfth Street
i First Addition, Flat Hook
. 67, in the City of Miami,
, ,.f Dade. State of Florida.
~- = r of said property un-
c.rtillcate Issued war in the
I'nknown. Unless Raid Cer-
Jrhall be redeemed according
It,ix dee.I will Issue thereon on
I day of December, A.D. 1952.
rrii-* l"th day of November,
i: I! I.KATHEHMAX,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dole County. Florida,
ourt .seal)
B N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
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Deputy t
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>TICE TO CREOlTORS
_ WUNir JUDOES-. COVRT
|NC FOR DADE COONTV,
LORIDA IN PROBATE.
No 28119.B
Ikstati: i>v
IV I. SUGARMAN.
1 leeeased
diton and All Persons Hav-
flaims or Demands Against
Estate:
nil each of you, are hereby
and required to present any
tnd demands which you, or
... may have against the
HENRY I SUGARMAN. de-
.1. of Dad.- County, Florida,
Honorable County Judices of
Intiiit.v. ami file the same In
|: s in the County Courthouse
uunty, Florida, within eight
lonthl from the date'of the
atlon hereof. Said claims
|nds to contain the legal ad-
I i 1.1 imam and to be 'Worn
Kented aa aforesaid, or same
irred
member 17. A.D. I2S2.
ERTRUDE SL'OARMAN
|.', Administratrix C.T.A. DBN
pi the Estate -if
I \l:v SUGARMAN.
Deceased.
SILVER \ MII.I...V
i '. C.T.A, DBN
CE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
cue i. desiring to engag in
the fictitious name ..f
I'TRiiARD BOAT RENTAL.
>> Alton Road, Miami
intends to register the
i. i 'lerk of the Clr-
ell- County, Florida
i at Miami Beach, Florida,
U '' tober, 1*51
VINCI-: DE BONIS
Bole inner
I. AND KI.M.MEL
At Law
n Road
ach, Florida
I 7-14-21
f"i srTuti!-!RCU,T COURT OF THE
AND FORUSCrL C"UIT IN
iisJS! DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
HENRY F. )HP Plalntlft
"' tlrIA -MAE JOHNSON
. I.ranner Avenue.
I'rlchard. Alabama
You are hereby notified that a Hill
Hied Taalns.1 JS "TJ*" *-. bSS
thfcierkrortS?S '" ,n- "1'- ''
by2ieiUWwlff,beVken^S^m;onu
E. 1!. LE.VTHERMAN,
B>, Wll. \V. 8T<*'KIN 11/21-2<- 1V?T'r[er*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
H??.TJ* I"1?"* "IVEN that
hM2s^rtdaiJ2 "".
the fictitious name of
business und ,
if, *'.' T,".'S' at m, E- 2nd
A\o.. Miami. Intends to register -aid
con1;, SCP" Clerk of *" <'"'' ,lt
( ourt of Dade Countv, Florida
Attorney for Applicants
22(10 W. Flagler St .
11/14-21-28 12/j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage in
.'".'".".l.'*'.. ","1,r "" flctltloua name of
MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP at 235
13th St, .Miami Beach, Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ABE RICH
TILLIE ROSS
HERBERT B. KAl'FMAN
Attorney for Applicant*
1639 I hi Pont Bl.lg.
11 7-H-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
HOUSTON CABINET SHOP, at 13.12
N H L'.ih Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend !.. register said name with the
Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade
County,* Florida
WALTER N. WHEATLEY
RAYMOND E, HOUSTON JR
i 'HARLES .1 BUHNER. ESy
Attorne) for Houston Cabinet Shop
10 31 II 7-14-21
ITICE BY PUBLICATION
. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
3UNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 154404
li.VE TB8TA. Plaintiff,
H TESTA. Defendant.
SEPH TESTA,
Jai kson Avenue
i-'klyn, New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.I-'SEI'H TESTA, are hereby
that a Hill of Complaint for
has been filed against you.
are required to serve a copy
Vnswer or rieading to the
complaint on the plaintiff's
BEN ESSEN. ESQ., 823
Hldg.. Miami. Florida, and
iiin.il Answer or Pleading
: the Clerk of the Clr-
on or before the lllth dav
I9S2, If you fail to do
nt by default will be taken
"U for the relief demanded
of i 'omplalnt.
lice shall be published once
k for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH FUiKIDIAN.
VND ORDERED at Miami,
this l"th day of November.
G B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade Couuty. F'lorlda
'nit Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
te .Deputy Clerk
b for Plaintiff
rnold Bldg.
Florida
1-28 12/r.
TICE BY PUBUICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Kr.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JJJOA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY.
. No. 153725.J
!>> KIXil DAWSON,
Plaintiff,
Y CECIL DAWSON.
,,,,_ Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
-\RY CECIL DAWSON
v .list Street
'; I'liioiui. Virginia
"l-NRY CECIL DAWSON. are
notified that a Hill of Com-
'>< Divorce has been filed
"i. and you are required I"
''py of your Answer or Plead-
BUI "f Complaint on the
' Attorney, OEORQE .1. TAL-
' I-'" Line,
'. ami
I
n Ro.ul. Miami
file the original
E fleadinj in the office of
thn V,., ",' ,'il'''"'' Court on or
I ,-' ln daj ,,r December. 1951
l o, Judcmenl i.i de-
taken against you for
r.1 j demanded In the Bill of
;:' ',- hall be published
* tor four
.....naecutlve week -
... J.KW SH FLQRIDIAN
' AND ORDERED at Miami.
10th day of November,
'?. B. LEATIIKR.MAN,
lerk. Circuit Court.
Dol- ci;unty. norMa.
Sy ,' T,iVVA.N'OFF. Esq.
t-";rRj:1rlff
'.."'"h. Florida
- 12/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154203
THELMA ALVINA tlYROF'FT.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN UYROFF"Y, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN GYROFFY
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
FREDERICK N. BARAD. Suite ,
42n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 3rd
day of December. 19r.2. If you fail to
.In SO, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint,
This nolle.- shall lie published once
e.n h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
F'lorlda, this 31st dav of October, A.D.
I9S3.
i: It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Da.le County, Florida
H\ : WM. W. STOCKING
I vputy Clerk
FREDERICK N BARAD
Suite 152, 120 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, F'lorlda
At tui lu-v for Plaintiff
11/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN ySZ'Zf*,?* PUBLICATION
FimiIK J,UD|C"AL CIRCUT OF
rrff 2$LIN AND F0R DAE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
BBBILA M. tUoSK1 Plaintiff
Presentr"A'!!;!:'-:^,:S?n, v Brooklyn, New York
l-th day of December. A.D 1952 oth-
DivAre 'h- Fr" "' ""l'lalnt for
l, u'-, h,l"'"f':1- f'l-l herein, will
be taken as confessed bv you.
d-A,.? v"! Mlami' HS**. ,hls 12th
"lay or November. 1952
E. II I.EATHERMAN.
lerk of the circuit Court.
"Mr, i, r,,nT%e^r,y- r,or,da
Uy: WM. W STOCKINO
v._ ^ Oeputy Clerk
Name and Address of
'','?,">;;> Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybol.l B|i|.
Miami: Fl.nlds,
11/U-2I-2S !> -,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LAST GABLES PRIVATE SCHOOL,
at 339S S. W. 22nd St.. Miami. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
STEPHEN F. K-E^ER WA"',S
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
11/14-21-28 12 :.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bus ne-ss under the fictitious name of
LAKF.hHORF: APARTMENTS, at 93'-
i', KMt, 4!t,h "ireet, Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Cuumy, Florida.
ETHEL REALTY CO., INC.
By: William Fisher
MYERS. HUMAN ft KAPLAN^"*
Attorneys for Applicant
ll/H-21-38 12/:,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,^. NAME LAW
, NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
I1"',"1.....reigned, desiring to engage in
CFtiE??7,u,,h.e fi'l''i<""' "ame of
CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO.. at
Mtami SSS*k .and, .N*' W. 2nd Ave,
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
court of Da.le Countv. F'lorlda
CARL U-NDY &
EDITH Ll-NDY. his wife:
MAX DREYER &
ANNA DREYER. his wife:
SAMUEL DREYER &
OEOROBTA^ro!frhUWl'e
Attorney for Applicants
421) Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
11/21-22 12/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage ip
business under the fictitious name of
I. A H SUNDRS, at iii"> W. Flagler
S.., Miami, intend to register said
name ith the Clerk -.r the circuit
i ourt of Dade County, fi..i i.ia.
WALTER .1. I-'LACIJ
......... ROBERT W. KELLY
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
\:> in > f < Applicants
-'-'"' W. Flaglei St.
II "-14-21-2.S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:rERY GIVEN that
the .undersigned, desiring to engage III
niS!9SU,1<,r. the fictitious name of
BOMBAY^ IX>UXOE. at 60I Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
CHARLES GROSSMAN
LESTER A. Zl'TTY
HARRY KLl'BECK
...... Co-Partners
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Attorney for Applicants
311 Lincoln Road
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i-i
business under the fictitious name ..f
PAPPY'H DINING ROOM, al THE
EL MOROCCO HOTEL. :!2iin Collins
Avenue, Miami P.each. intend I., reg-
isi.-i said nain,. with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
HARRY B. FEINBERG
BETTY FEINBERO
10'3t I1/7H-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engajre in
business under the fictitious name of
HERBS BAR. at number StHX N. W.
17th Ave, In Dade County, Florida,
Jntends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, F'lorlda.
HERBERT BRAUN
THEODORE It. WAYNE, Att'v.
2MB Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables. Fla.
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AUTHORIZED WESTINGHol'RE
LAUNDROMAT EQUIPPED HALF
HOUR LAUNDRY, at 144 S, W St.. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister aaldtnnme with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>ade Countv. F'lor-
lda.
_ BLIAS SCHULMAN
FREDERICK X BARAD
Attorney for Ellas Schulman
n l1-21-28 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng ige In
ess under the fictitious name ,!
KAII.A ORIGINALS, al 3930 North
Miami Avenue Miami. Florida, In-
tend to legist.:- said II.line with the
Clerk ol the circuit Court -i Dade
County, Florida.
l'.All.A WEINER
BERNIE ADEL
GE< IRGE KASTENBAUM
Attorney for Applicants
l Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, F'lorlda
10/ :t 1 11/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ORCHIDS GALORE, at 10710 Bisi ayne
Blvd.. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
KARL STRIMPP
ANNE OSWALD
STEPHEN F' KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 W. Flagler St.
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JF;AN and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT,
at 5:,2 N. E. Tin! Ave Miami, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
FRANK GUNSBEP.G
JAY I. COHEN
Attorney lor F'rank Gunsberg
1.1/21-28 12/3-12
. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirinu to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNKHINE TOURS AND SI'XRAV
tours, at 229 n e. 1st Avenue,
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
SOLAN A TRAVEL COMPANY, Inc.
eli brf:oer
Attorney for Applicant
23.". Lincoln Road
11/21-28 12/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA JUICE & SYRUP CO.. at
215 N W 27th Street. Miami. Florid i.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da le
County, Florida.
I'l/oRIDA JUICE, INC..
a Florida cor|s>ratfon
COURBHON .v COURSHON
Attorneys for F'lorlda Juice, Inc.
11 21-2- I2/S-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERMBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EMPRESS HOTEL at 4333 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
intf:rnational co.
a F'lorlda corporation
By: 1SADORE KOWAL
President
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Applicants
10/31 11/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154110
LIONEL Ql >MOS, Plaintiff
vs.
GENE VIE VI-: gomes. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OENEVIEVE UOMES
917 EAGLE AVENUE
BRONX, N.Y.
YOU are required to serve a cop)
,,f your answer to th Bill of com-
plaint for 1'ivor,.....n plaintiff's at-
fornej and to file the orlgltjal ans-
wer In the Office of the Clerk of the
circuit court on or before the tn
da] of November, l52: otherwise, the
Bttl of Complaint foi Dlvon I....." '
f,-,. filed hers n in be taken as con-
fess* 1 bj you ... .,.
DATED al Miami. Florida, this .Mli
'- ^V^BATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dad.- County, Fi-.ii.i.i
B] w.m w iTOCKINO
Deputy Clerk
Name and address
of Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS
910-12 Olympla Building,
Miami. Florida
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
MAXON'S OF MIAMI, at 228 N. E,
1st Avenue and 44:1 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, F'lorlda.
-MAX SAI-'RA
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for < iwner
Seybold Bldg.
ID'31 11/7-11-21______________________
NOTICE Udi>UR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
basfneas under the fictitious name of
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
OF' ORLANIH). at 90 N. W. 13th
S'treet, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATIONAL BEVF:RAGES, INC.
BY: SAMUEL HLANK.
President
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
10/31 11/7-14-21 ______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ZUBA MFQ. AND KALES CO. (NOT
INC.). at 1469 N. W. 54th St.. Miami.
F'la., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
jof: SZUBA
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
11/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ATI.AS ENGINEERING COMPANY
(not inc.). at 3771 N. VV. r.lst Street.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JAMES BRESLOW
EUGENE I! KATZ
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:RF:by GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BOULEVARD PRINTERS, at 9816 N.
W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'lorlda.
WILLIAM C. TAYLOR
& ELIZABETH TAYLOR
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154570
MURIEL SELTZER, Plaintiff
JOSEPH JACOB SELTZER,
I lefen lanl
TO: JOFEPH JACOB SELTZER
'.- I ilia ide Avenue
West New York, New Jersey
You are I squired to serve a : ipj f
j oui ns er t" the Bill of Comp i i
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
ami to file the original answer In the
office of the Clei k of the '' I
Court on or before the 17th dav of
December, A D. 1952; otherwise, thn
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, her-- i
fore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
17th day of November, l\>~-.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Co 111,
Dade County. F'lorida
(Circuit J-'ourt Seal)
By: W.M W. STOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
-MILTON A. F'RIEDMAN
1022 Seybold Bldg
Miami. F'lorida
11/21-28 12/3-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154582
ALOIS Hltl'BV. Plaintiff,
vs.
ETHEL HRUBY, Defendant.
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO: ETHEL HRUBY
9.-1-47 HT'th Street
Kiel.....mil Hill
Oueens County, New York
You. ETHEL HRUBY, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
|)ivorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required t" serve n copy
of your Answer or Pleading t" the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney, OEOROE .1. TALIANOFF, f-"1
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead
iim m the office of the Clerk "f the
circuit court on or before the 17th
,|.i% of Dn ember. 1952. If you fall to
do so. Judgment bj default "dl be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of November,
A D 1252,
E B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court, .
!>ade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICB, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
11/21-28 12/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GRACE HAIR STYLIST, at 1207 17th
Street. Miami Beach. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
GRACE I.EVENSON
Sole owner
MANUEL I.UBEI.
Attorney for Applicant
Lawyers Bldg.
22* N. E. 2nd Ave.
U/T-14-21-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Ol
THE GIFT BOWL, at t-".7 Lincoln
Ro.ul. Miami Beach. Florida, intends
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THE FRUIT BOWL, INC.
OEOROE I TAI.IANoFl'
Attorne) for Applicant
r: i i. ncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11 '21-22 12 S-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Cause Numbered 154297
FRANK RUBIN. Plaintiff.
LENA RUBIN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LENA RUBIN
2101 N. 32nd Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. anil you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on thn
plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida, on or before December 8, 1952;
otherwise the allegations Of such bill
will be taken as confessed by y i
Dated this 5th day of November,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By M. c. grf;f:n,
Deputy Clerk
SHELDON N. I.ELCHUK
Attorney for Plaintiff
S04 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
11/7-14-21-2?
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