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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 27Number 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
esident's Refugee Act Labeled Discriminatory
ier Truman Advisor Says New Law Adopts Abuses of
>rran Legislation; Condemns Watkins Letter To Eisenhower
LtIMORE (JT A)Philip B.
(an, who was Solicitor General
United States for many
described the Eisenhower
lustrations Refugee Act this
is even worse than the Me-
n-Walter Act. Mr. Perlman
Ihi' act, which was described
le new Administration as a
|al achievement," was actual-
Tie most discriminatory, the
restrictive and generally the
|piece of (immigration) lefcis-
in the nation's history.
|e Refugee Relief Act of 1953
sly adopts the discrimina-
land the other abuses of the
Iran-Walter Act and then
new ones, so drastic in scope
I destroy the hopes of many
ave been dreaming of a sale
in the United States," he
Vs head of a seven-member
fcssion appointed by former
Jent Truman to study immi-
legislation, Mr. Perlman
lanuary turned in a report
complete revision of the
ran-Walter Act.
[Perlman said there has been
empt to confuse tha immigra-
sue so that the public would
Ithe new Refugee Relief Act
fvision of the McCarran-Wal-
ct, in line with President
bower's campaign pledge. He
ally decried a letter written
esident Eisenhower on Au-
51st by Senator Arthur V.
as, chairman of the Senate
^ration Subcommittee, which
that nothing be changed in
cCarran-Walter Act until the
f953 emergency law expires
ee and one^half years.
[is to be hoped," Mr. Perl-
aid, "that the President will
enator Watkins' letter into
stebasket where It belongs."
erlman's criticisms of the Ad-
ration's Refugee Relief Act
nany and specific. He point-
that:
be law admits about 98,000
grants annually, although
President Eisenhower had asked
for 120.000 per year. In this re-
spect, he noted that the 58,000
does not absorb the unused immi-
gration quotas of the North and
West European nations.
2. The law, originally intended
to help solve over-population prob-
lems, as well as provide for more
refugees, was "emasculated in the
Senate" to such an extent that a
limited number of visas for non-
refugee Italians, Greeks and Neth-
erlanders who are close relatives of
American citizens and resident
aliens are "the sole vestige left."
3. The law allows Congress to
"usurp" executive duties by order-
ing deportations, if Congress so
desires, of aliens who entered this
country before July 1st, this year,
as non-immigrants.
4. The law fails to state to which
countries persons failing to win
Congressional approval will be de-
ported. Thus, there is the threat
that some persons may be deported
to homelands they fled to avoid
religious or political persecution.
5. The law is "replete with con-
ditions and prohibitions and quali-
fication" which require immigrants
to give proof they are not displac-
ing other persons in this country
from housing or employment.
6. The lawand Mr. Perlman em-
phasized this pointallows con-
sular and immigration officers to
refuse aliens visas if the officer has
"reason to believe" the alien is
ineligible. This gives such officers
dangerous arbitrary powers, he
said.
Mr. Perlman made these remarks
in an address before the Baltimore
chapter of Americans for Democra-
tic Action. An expert in the field
of immigration law, Mr. Perlman
has been highly commended by
major Jewish organizations for his
work as chairman of the commis-
sion established by President Tru-
man to study immigration and
naturalization problems.
Report on Reparations
Talk with Raab Government
"trry S. Trmmmm
. hit ttady farfc-ftM
NEW YORK (JTA) Details on
his talks with the Austrian Gov-
ernment on Jewish elaims against
Austria were given here this week
by Dr. Nahum Goldman, chairman
of the Jewish Agency, following
his return from Vienna where he
met with Austrian Chancellor Dr.
Julius Raab.
Dr. Goldman said that four
major claims against Austria for
material losses suffered by Jews
under Nazi rule are now being
studied by the Austrian Cabinet.
Tbe claims presented by the Com-
mittee for Jewish Claims on Aus-
tria, of which Dr. Goldman is presi-
dent and which represents the
major Jewish organizations of the
Western world are:
1. Present Austrian legislation
to indemnify victims of Nazi per-
secution in Austria should be ex-
tended to embrace thousands of
former Austrians who have reset-
tled and acquired citizenship in
other countries. There appears to
be agreement on this point between
the Austrian government and the
Committee, Dr. Goldman said, and
the Raab government has taken
some initial steps to meet this de-
mand.
2. The Committee for Jewish
Claims on Austria is seeking a set-
tlement for heirless Jewish prop-
erty. The funds accruing under
such settlement would be used to
finance Nazi refugee rehabilitation
programs abroad. Some of this
money would go into a special fund
to assist indigent members of the
present Jewish community in Aus-
tria. Before the Anschluss, Austria
had a Jewish population of 190,000.
The survivors found refuge in
other lands. The present Austrian-
Jewish population is estimated at
between 9,000 and 10,000.
3. The Nazi government seques-
tered all Jewish bank accounts,
and the Committee demands that
these be unfrozen and returned to
their legitimate owners. The Aus-
trian government maintains that
these accounts are no longer avail-
able, having been withdrawn by
the German Reich. Settlement of
this issue may require negotiations
between the German and Austrian
governments.
4. The Committee is also demand-
ing the return of, or compensation
for, furniture and other Jewish
household goods sold on the block
by the Austrian government after
the Anschluss.
"Jewish material losses in Aus-
tria under Nazi rule exceeded $1,-
200,000,000," Dr. Goldman said.
"As in the case of Germany, the
Jews are asking repayment" for
only a fraction of these stupendous
losses. Our claims arc based on a
sober and realistic appraisal of
Austria's financial capacity. It
would be morally indefensible, on
the other hand, to abandon these
grant losses." ________________
One of Israel's growing exports, oils extracted from citrus
peels, received a boost this week with the arrival in Ramat
Gan of new compressing machinery. At the Israel Bond-
aided Assis plant above, the oil is extracted from the peel
after the juice has been removed from the fruit.
Protest US Boycott of
Exhibition in Jerusalem
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States Government regards
Israel's Conquest of the Desert ex-
hibition which opened in Jerusal-
em as an "official function" and
will not attend because this gov-
ernment does not recognize the le-
gality of the local of the Israel
Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, a
State Department spokesman de-
clared here.
The spokesman said American
Embassy officials may attend the
exhibition after the opening but
were purposely avoiding the poli-
tical implications they felt would
be attached to appearing at the
opening in an official capacity.
The American Zionist Council
notified Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles that it deplored his
action barring American diplomats
from participation in Israel's Con-
quest of the Desert exhibition.
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
redid Malenkov Will Ape Stalin Policies
EW YORK (JTA)The "pro-
u'y" that the Malenkov Gov-
ment in the Soviet Union will
*y on the anti-Semitic program
he lst years of the Stalin re-
>< was predicted here by Ja-
1 Blaustein, president of the
>encan Jewish Committee, ad-
"ss'ng a dinner at which the
it Defense Appeal inaugurat-
es a^11 phase of its campaign
55.000.0O0 for maintaining the
'vties of the AJC and the
'ai B'rith Anti-Defamation
tgue
^'ng the appointment of Nt-
kita Khrushchev to the post of
secretary of the Communist Party
as evidence of Moscow's anti-Jew-
ish attitude, Mr. Blaustein said:
"Under Krushchev's governorship
of the Ukraine, just after the war,
Jews were not only openly in-
sulted and discriminated against,
they were physically assaulted.
You will have to go back to the
days of the Czar to match these
occurrences."
Mr. Blaustein attacked the Mc-
Carran Immigration Act as "the
crudest kind of racialism written
rnto our country's basic laws." He
also pointed out that the emerg-
ency law permitting the entry of
214,000 people over a period of
almost three and a half years em-
bodies provisions "so compre-
hensive and at the same time so
petty that even a dog might have
trouble getting security clearance
for admission into the country."
He said that "the emergency
measure is going to help keep
the McCarran Act in force by mis-
leading people into imagining
that the bad features of the act
have been gotten around some-
how."
Philip Klutznick, president of
B'nai B'rith, echoing Mr. Blau-
stain's warning against compla-
cency in the fight against dis-
crimination, said: "Because a few
victories have been achieved
some people have jumped to the
conclusion that the battle has
been won. The result has been a
certain lessening in the sense of
urgency that impells our continu-
ing efforts. This we must never
forgetso long as the rights of
any one group are threatened the
civil and human rights of all are
in jeopardy."
Council, said in a message to Secre-
tary Dulles that "the American
Zionist Council strongly deplores
your instructions to American dip-
lomatic and consular officers in
Israel to refrain from attending the
opening ceremonies of the Con-
quest of the Desert exposition in
Jerusalem.
"This non-governmental exhibi-
tion, dedicated to humanity's strug-
gle to reclaim the waste spaces of
the earth," said Mr. Liusky, "has
been attended by representatives
oi Allied Governments and enjoys
the participation of various agen-
cies of the United Nations. Amer-
ican failure to be represented on
this occasion exhibits not only an
unwarranted disregard of interna-
tional amenities, but it is also a
harsh affront to the cause of eco-
nomic betterment in the Middle
East to which the United States is
fully committed.
"We urge you to rescind these
and other restrictions on the move-
ment of United States government
personnel within a country to
which the United States is closely
bound by ties of friendship and
common tradition," the Council
pleaded.
It was reported in, unofficial cir-
cles that Britain, among other
major world powers, sent repre-
sentatives to attend the exhibition.
An unidentified spokesman quoted
Prime Minister Sir Winston
Churchill as explaining that the
Jerusalem exhibit was unpolitical
in nature and that he could see
no conflict between his Govern-
ment's sending representatives to
attend the exhibit and the current
Holy City controversy.
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Greater Miami Hadassah Chapter Will
Install Officers At Beach Auditorium
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will open its 1953-54 year
with a musical installation of top
Chapter officers at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Sunday. Oc-
tober 4th. 8 p.m.
The program, which is open to
the general public, has been di-
vided into two parts. The installa-
tion will be presented in the form
of a cantata. Titled, Meet Our New
Officers, the text will be narrated
by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, immedi-
ate past president of the Chapter.
The program will be opened with
greetings by Mayor Harold Shapiro
of Miami Beach. Joseph I'ardo will.
be featured vocalist. He will be
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Louis Adler.
Taking office will be the Mes-
dames Samuel Z. Sakrais. presi-
dent; William Lee, Moses Meschel-
off, Jack Davis and Irving Westin,
vice presidents; Emanuel Smith,
corresponding secretary; Jack Ber-
nard, recording secretary'; Abe
Greenberg. financial secretary:
Max Gratz; treasurer; Moses Krie-
s=er. parliamentarian; and Harry
Platoff. auditor.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
Jacob and president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, will
be installing officer. Mrs. David
Drucker will offer a musical solo.
The second portion of the pro-
gram will include an original musi-
cal play. Hadassah Holiday, writ-
ten and directed by Trixie Levin,
vith musical direction by Larry
DWrin. Participants in the produc
ion include members at large from
the eleven groups that constitute
the Greater Miami Chapter.
Smorgasbord Collects
Funds For Trachoma
A pot luck smorgasbord by I R
Goodman Group of Hadassah was
held at the home of Lillian Good-
man, presidentelect, on Monday
night for members who brought
filled eye banks for the Hadassah
Medical Center.
According to Miss Goodman, the
eye banks are dime banks which
hold five dollars, the price neces-
sary to cure a human eye of tra-
choma in Israel.
Mrs. Lee Goldman. Hadassah
Medical Center coordinator, gave
an informal talk on the disease and
its cure by HMO.
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Tint erfkes of fhe Jewish Floridioa
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SIMCNATM TORAH from Sundown,
September 30th, through Sun-
down, October 3rd (Tharsda, and
Friday).
Mareie Feingoid
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Tan President
New president of Phi Sigma Tau
is Marcie Fcingold. She was instal-
led at a recent affair held in the
Garden "Restaurant.
Others named to office were
Marilyn Edelstein. 1st vice presi-
dent; Natalie Lang. 2nd vice presi-
dent; Carol Feldman, recording
secretary; Marline Duchon, corre-
sponding secretary; Barbara Seit-
lin. treasurer; Darlene Rice, par-
liamentarian-historian; Mad elyn
Berg, chaplain.
Joyce Silverman, sargeant-at-
arms; and Marsha Cantor. Paula
Edelstein and Connie Gruber, re-
porters.
New Phi Sigma Tau members
were also installed at the affair by
Sue Sobel. outgoing president.
They included Judy Abott. Jackie
Cohen. Joan Edelstein, Marley Hy-
man. Mary Segal, Janice Katz.
Sharon Milberg, Judy Sterling,
Roberta Fogel, Linda Miller. Bar-
bara Safer. Hermine Robinson and
Shelly Swortz.
Gordon Attends Clinic
Jack D. Gordon, president and
director of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association, left
for Chicago Friday, accompanied
by his wife, to attend a promo-
tional clinic sponsored by the Ad-
vertising and Business Develop-
ment Committee of the United
States Savings and Loan League.
Gordon will return to his desk at
Washington Federal on Monday.
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,f0rm, Liberal Congregations To Honor Movement At October 11th Dinner
dinner to commemorate the
k anniversary of the national
Ltions of the Amer.can Be-
1 and Liberal Judaism Move-
I, will be held at the Saxony
*, on Sunday evening, October
La,er Miami's three Reform
Liberal congregations will par-
r' in the affair dedicated to
T Movement in this area A
Lil party is scheduled at the
Lv for 6 p.m. Dinner will fol-
|at 7:15 p.m.. with the program
kg place at 8:15.
L> sponsoring Committee here
Lies the spiritual and lay
|ers of Temple Beth Sholom,
L Beach, Temple Israel, Mi-
Tand the Coral Gables Jewish
|er Named are Babbis Leon
fcish. Joseph Narot and Morris
> Serving with them will be
I EH, Louis Krensky and Shep-
aBroad, of Temple Beth Sholom;
|am D. Singer and Harold
Thurman, of Temple Israel; and
Meyer Baskin, Herman Fisher and
George Chertkof, of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center. <
Max Orovitz has been named
general chairman of the affair.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Beligion, will be guest
speaker. A distinguished Babbi
and educator, he is also a noted
archaeologist. During 20 years of
Biblical archaeology in Palestine
and Transjordan, he made discov-
eries which revolutionized the
world's knowledge of Bible lands
in antiquity and demonstrated the
Bible's authenticity as a source of
history.
Dr. Glueck is the discoverer of
King Solomon's copper mines and
his port city, Ezlon-Geber, on the
Gulf of Akibah.
Cincinnati born, he studied for
the Rabbinate at the Hebrew Un-
ion College, where he was ordain-
ed in 1923, At ordination, he was
awarded the College's Henry S.
Morgenthau Fellowship for the
Dr. Ne/ion Glueck
years 1924-27. Those years were
spent in research and study at the
Universities of Berlin, Heidelberg
and Jena and at the American
School of Oriental Besearch in
l'alesune. lie revived ulc ^hu
(leKree at the University of Jena
in 1927.
Dr. Glueck has uncovered more
than 1,000 ancient sites in Pales-
tine and Transjordan. His explor-
ations of Transjordan mark the
first time that an entire country
has been archaeologically studied
squarely mile by mile. He has
written a number of books on bis
discoveries. He is also the author
of numerous scientific articles pub-
lished in scholarly journals, and
his articles appear also in such
publications as the New York
Times Magazine and the National
Geographic.
Under the auspices of the annual
maintenance drive for the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, Hebrew Union College and
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
the October 11th affair, in addi-
tion to honoring the architect of
the American Reform and Liberal
Judaism Movement, Rabbi Isaac
Mayer Wise, will also be dedicated
to leaders of the Movement in the
Greater Miami area.
Cited will be Herman Wall, Max
Orovitz, Harold B. Spaet, Jules
Pearlman, Max Meisel, B. W.
Slote, Shepard Broad, Sam Lach-
man, Morris Berick, Harry V. Sim-
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Day J. Ante, H. U. Feibelman, Is-
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Frank Coret, Herman Fisher, Her-
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Volume 27 Numbei 40
Tishri 23. 5714
Which Side Is Our Leadership Wooing
9
The time is rapidly approaching when US
leadership will have to make a firm and con-
clusive stand in terms of its foreign policy and
:he tension-ridden Near East. Thusfar. our Gov-
ernment has managed to straddle the fence
and to avoid the direct opprobrium of the ar-
ea's two major factions Israel and the Arab
rue nations.
Since the change of administrations in Wash-
:.-.. there have been constant avowals of
friendship made by American leadership to-
ward the Jewish State. But in the face of these
avowals, obvious shifts in high level attitudes
are taking place. Reduction in Mutual Secur-
ity Aid allocations represents one in a series cf
During The Week... a. i Se
t LEO MUTDLW
this has been construed by the Arab nations
as representing a sianificant change in
policy toward the Jewish State. Such an un
fortunate interpretation of the event was given
added intelligence this week when leaders
from five Near Eastern countries arrived in the
United States for a special study cf "conquest
of the desert" methods aimed at helping the
area by permitting them to observe American
techniques employed in water spreading
throuah Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona.
New Mexico and Texas.
MUCH IS BEING WRITTEN ABOUT Wisconsin SerT
Carthy these days. We see his name in tl.TS^ J
editions of our newspapers. We hear him quoted on m1^
watch his antics before a Congressional investigating C(ll,* V
graphed for television. The just and the free wake ?-tW ph* I
thoughts to find him still there, not shaken off ewr unplea*
scene of political reverie. America's new social conscience TSfiH
watchdog of loyalty whose definitions and categoric, arc iron^'H
whose opinion of our nation's citizens is crude and down-.-v,, d m*
Although a superman among his peers and a cr?a?ur* lE^'
antics are above question. McCarthy U obviously unable ,?!"
all the facets of the giant task he has cut out for himself hi,"^
TO staff of investigators who aid him in his work is co^ J?
"- nation's new elite, an "American unooror,,.^" _, '"p?sed of Iks
nation's new elite, an American underground" of pro!
p0,TerS- 2*! !? ,h*11t*sk t0 unver former CommunS^!**
Party members and intellectual liberals who. in McCarthy'. Zi w"e|
Commie inclinations/' The methods this elite corps ernp^.*
unbelievable and might not have come so quickly toVht j
two of its members 26-year-old juveniles who grew overt* \mZ !l
with themselves while trying to outdo their mentor. ,mprH
These two young men in question, under Senator McCarthy s r^\
and in the short space of a few days, blazed a trail of official i
on the European continent last Spring that captured the fanev 7Z\
I Austrian. German and British press and exposed our Govrmm" .' I
Israel was not asked to participate in the j veAigation processes to the detriment of US prestige ahroaH tU
special study owing to fears of administration j young men are two Jews. Roy M. Cohn and G. David Schi Tk!l
officials that the Arab3 might be offended. It [ former is a native New Yorker and the only son of a judae mThe I
nnnom ihrrt Irrr1nn r-rTT> T oKrrnnn Cr..J; Polldtc Division of the Snnrem/i fmiri ik.u o. -.__?. *M
y .-^a Gi:occuons represents one m a series oi officials that the Arab3 might be offended. It| ormer is a native New Yorker and the only son of a jud-- mlh,.
its between the US and Israel, with the Arab appears that Jordan. Egypt, Lebanon. Saudii I*"** Division of the Supreme Court there. He attended < olunAk
ations receiving an increasing number of Arabia and Iran are thus rightly led to feel that Co'leSe nd Columbia Law School. The latter is a member of the Mm
nations
favors.
It seems to us that Israeli spokesmen have
never asked for special considerations. Recog-
nizing thct their Government was part of the
.'arger Near Eastern scheme, they consistently
called for fair play and equal treatment Now.
-ey ae being squeezed against the wall by
c new sort cf American "impartiality." While
Washington has made little or no effort in the
UN to untangle the Jerusalem snarl, it currently
makes hearty protests against the moving of
the Israeli capital.
As part of this protest, an Israel-sponsored
Conquest Of The Dessert exhibit in the Holy
City iast week was ignored by American repre-
sentatives despite the fact that it was a non-
political affair attended by spokesmen of most
cf the world 8 major powers. As we see it.
Simchath Torah
Jews throughout the world, as in Greater
Miami, are celebrating Simchath Torah. This
5 en ancient observance that in all probability
has no other parallel among the religions of
mankind.
Simchath Torah symbolizes the Jewish faith
in scholarship and a reverence for Biblical law.
I? marks our people's faith in a way of life bas-
ed on study, and it reaffirms a tradition whose
cge challenges c ? hoariness of just about all
other prevalent cultures.
The significant thing about Simchath Torah
:s that it brings to an end the year's readings
in the Bible and inaugurates a new cycle in
which the Bible is read anew. As such, it sym-
bolizes the general cycle of Jewish existence
throughout the ages and emphasizes the fact
that this existence will continue on the face
of the earth just as long as Simchath Torah
;s observed.
For our people's continued identity and its
respect for the Book are one and the same.
As the Nation of the Book, we shall continue
to flourish.
What's Going On?
Senator Pat McCcrron last week publicly
doubted that President Eisenhower will lead
a drive to revise the McCarran-Walter Immi-
gration Act at next year's Congressional ses-
sion. His remarks came after a private con-
ference with the President.
Senator Arthur V. Watkins. chairman of the
Joint Congressional Immigration Committee, at
the same time urged Mr. Eisenhower to seek
no cnanges in the present immigration law.
He called the efforts of Senator Lehman and
others to secure changes "largely political
moves." Senator Watkins explained that the
President's own Emergency Immigration Act
had done much to reduce criticism of the Mc-
Carran Act and that "when the present emer-
gency act terminates, we will be in a position
to suggest revisions in the permanent act if
they are required."
This may very well mean that the Adminis-
traiion intends doing nothing about the McCar-
ran Act for at least another two years. Senator
McCarran insisted that the President must not
be quoted but that his opinion regarding the
permanency of his leaislation was based on
statements which Mr. Eisenhower had made.
We quietly wonder if there is any connection
between these two incidents.
Arabia and Iran are thus rightly led to feel that
the US has begun to abandon its heretofore
friendly policy toward the Jewish State.
But. it seems to> us that these "polite" changes
in attitude will have to be brought to a head-
With the latest Syrian threats against Israel
brought on by its drainage projects in the Huleh
region and its rejection of UN truce chief Maior
General Vagn Bennike's demand to halt the
operations, our Government will once and for
all have to speak out and tell the world where
it stands.
Schine family, proprietors of a chain of hotels one of which stands'
the Miami Beach oceanfront. ^1
In addition, young Mr. Schine is a composer of no mean note &
has written and published a number of songs, among them Pleas* s
Yes Or Its Goodbye. Whether or not this musical composition n
product of his days at the Phillips Andover Academv and HarvJ
College one would be hard put to say. But it is clear that neither h,
nor Cohn was driven into the world of McCarthy by the necessity nfi
failure that lead so many disenchanted Bolsheviks to give themselwjj
IN THE SPACE OF SEVENTEEN DAyV Cohn and Schine visile,!
ten cities m seven European countries last Spring. The official emis-!
sanes of Senator McCarthy, they found themselves nontheless hard
put to explain the reason for their fare-free junket. In Pan-, thev told
the press that they were looking for inefficient in Government of-
fices overseas. In Bonn, they explained that they were in the process
of uncovering subversives. In Munich, puzzled officials sought to dis-
cover which of the two reasons really brought them to Europe, and
Cohn this time concluded that it was both. -Efficiency he said, in-
Auslrian Restitution
Dr. Nahum Goldmann has just returned to
the United States, following his discussions on
Jewish material claims against Austria with .
Chancellor Julius Raab. Dr. Goldmann reports 25 T. conc,luded. that was both- -Efficiency he said, "in-
that Jewish losses in Austria, dating Soxn | SlSStLVSj^S'XZ^^ """^
onTbSSo SZ Q ^ 8Um eXCeedmg|, f^ine mih, have answered more intelligently Hi, early claim
one billion dollars. to fame and the work that catapulted him into the post of chief cos-
This figure staggers our imagination, and | suant to McCarthy's committee is a six-page pamphlet he wrote,
placed alongside the 5822.000,000 settlement i ^^""'on Of Communism, bearing the insignia of the Schine Hotel
recently reached with the West German Gov- '
ernment for losses there, Vre are again put in
mind of the vast destruction heaped upon Euro-
pean Jewry by the Nazi regime.
Dr. Goldmann reported that, as in the case
of the Bonn agreement, Jews will ask repay-
ment from Austria for only a fraction of these
stupendous losses. We need hardly note that
the German-Austrian accounting represents but
one part of the complete picture. Efforts aimed
at receiving restitution for losses incurred by
chain. In any case, when the team arrived in Rome, they found it
necessary to come up with a completely different explanation for their
5 e u- '" WashinSton- Senator McCarthy told the press that Conn
and Schine were sent abroad to bring back a report on the amount at!
money that had been spent "in putting across the Truman administn- \
tion in Europe. The investigators were apparently perplexed, tat
spokesman Cohn retorted: "We haven't heard about that Anvthin,
the chairman of our committee says, if he says it. goes with us."
what the duo accomplished in any one of these categories is diffr
cult to fathom, but their well-publicized presence on the continent rob-
bed our nation of a good deal of its dignity. They consorted with i
young German journalist. Wolfgang Loehde. who is regarded by both
Jews in countries; now bdlted ttw btt Curtain ^S"nmuZl^mJ^^ "' Sf"^ J" *" ^2Ti!!
have nSnssfan fmlaH -emng political intelligence to anyone who will buy it. Loehde be-
have thusfar failed. came their underground source of information on "disloyal IS cituens
With the apparently billions of dollars in' overseas. They consulted Hermann Aumer. a former Bunde-tag repre-
material wealth stolen by Third Reich Ger-: sen,atlv ousted in October. 1950. when he sold his vote to an oil
many and the millions oi defenseless souls! f-mpanvA ^l*1 l^y made friends with Mrs. Hede Massing, divorced
they methodically slaughtered. Dr. Goldmann's
observation that Jews are claiming only a frac-
tion of their losses "based on a sober and
realistic appraisal of Germcny's and Austria's
financial capacity" appears to us noble in-
deed.
:*"v*C
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Maligning The Dead
., ---' ------ .......uo mui i.ii. ntue masMiiL-. ui>uiv*
wue of Gerhart Eisler. the Cominfbrm agent who jumped bail in this
country- to become one of the leaders of the Grotewohl Government in
hast Germany.
Several d*ys later, in a major hotel lobby in Vienna and before i
multitude of official dignitaries. Cohn and Schine had a difference of
opinion. The two 26-year-olds chased each other around a sofa until
Schine cornered Cohn and hit him over the head.
> <
ON APRIL 5, 1953, COHN AND SCHINE arrived in Bonn to charge
I ,"dorf Ka*han. acting deputy director of the Public Affairs Division
of the I S High Commission in Germany, with "Communistic inclina-
tions. The story of Kaghan's subsequent investigation and resignation
despite High Commissioner James Conanfs praise of his work, is too
complex to reveal here. But it is significant to note that the German
i press found in Cohn and Schine "living proof of the fact that the evil*
of the police state are as present in the United States in 1953 as they
had been in Germany in 1933 ... The symbol of this evil is a couple
of bra -h young Jews."
In other European cities, the young men visited US Information
Centers, took cursory glances at the bookshelves and examined f*
cards to see which authors listed were known favorites among the
Soviets. Discovering the presence of Theodore Dreiser, they were
stopped from committing their greatest folly demanding a Dreiser
burning when it was pointed out that Mark Twain is also heavily
represented in Russian libraries.
In all, Cohn and Schine spent approximately seventeen hours it
Bonn, twenty hours in Berlin, nineteen hours in Frankfurt, sixty-five
hours in Munich, forty-one hours in Vienna, twenty three hours U|
Belgrade, twenty four hours in Athens, twenty-five hours in Rome and
six hours in London. Yet. thev presumably became European experU
on American loyalty in these cities. This is the sort of "fully armed
intelligence that subsequently led to the terrorizing and emasculation
of the tactically important Voice of America. It is also the sort M
fair minded" investigation that produced the posthumous vilifications
of Rabbis Judah L. Magnes and Stephen Wise last week.
Conn's and Schine's is an incredible storv filled with all the nj
; credible nightmares of the Czech-Jewish writer. Franz Kafka. B w
end soon for them; McCarthy's new executive director. Dr. J *
I Matthews, is reportedly dissatisfied with the chaotic conditions pre>*
| lent in the committee's staff. But the Wisconsin Senator appear; to w
marching on.


LmAV. OCTOBER 2. 1953
Jewlsti Tier Mian
PAGE 5
>j Okolica To
Jhfead North Dade
Jewish Center
New spiritual leader of the
^orih Da Lbbi Henry Okolica. of Dy,t*pa
l^ach according to an announce-
ment here by Murray Apfelbaum,
^Snouncement of Rabbi Oko-
llica'< appointment was made in
onjunc.ion with the Center's pos-
LTfon of its new site, the North.
Miami Civic Auditorium. Purchase
Dricc of the auditorium, located at
13630 West Dixie Highway, was
not disclosed, but Apfelbaum said
that former owner Sam Segal had
been -generous-' in selling the
property which includes 5,000 feet
of air conditioned space.
Acquisition of the auditorium
fives the congregation the entire
block along the West Dixie High-
way from 136th to 137th Street,
Apfelbaum said.
The North Dade Jewish Center
was organized four years ago, with
a membership of eight families
that has since grown to some 150
families. Rabbi Okolica will be in-
stalled on October 15th.
I Rudolph Koses To Read
I At Golden Age Meeting
The Golden Age group of the
IGreater Miami Jewish Community
ICeiiter will hold its weekly meet-
ling on Sunday, October 4th, 2:30
[p.m.
The meeting will feature Ru-
Irolph Koses who will render sev-
leral Yiddish readings. Koses has
(been a member of the Golden Age
| group since its organization.
The business part of the pro-
gram will concern itself with fa-
ilure program planning. Refresh-
[ments and social dancing will fol-
low the meeting.
Hawaiian Holiday
Slated For Saturday
. Elaine Wolfson, president of the
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah. an-
nounced that the unit will hold a
[jlated fund--raiting affair on Sat-
urday, October 3rd, p.m., at the
Sorrento Hotel.
Fund raising chairman is Elaine
Schwartzman. She explained that
all proceeds from the Hawaiian
holiday will go towards Junior Ha
dassah's joint Israeli propects, the
outstanding of which is its chil-
dren's Village in Israel.
Plan Folk Dance Socials
A new weekly folk dance social
will be inaugerated on Sunday eve-
ning, October 4th, 8:15 p.m., at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Initiated by a group headed by
Blanche and Joseph Nevel, it is ex-
pected that the activity will attract
both married couples and single
people. The dances of all nations
and Israel will be led by Sara Se-
gal, who was associated with the
Jewish Education Committee of
New York.
Glassberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Anna
Glassberg, formerly of 6525 Pine-
I tree Drive. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Mrs. Glassberg is
survived by her husband, Joseph;
I a daughter, Mrs. C. B. Wells; one
son, two brothers and three sis-
ters. Arrangements are in charge,
of the Thurmond Monument Com-
pany. Friends and Relatives are
asked to attend.
Hillel Program To
Highlight Meeting
A Hillel night program will high-
light the regular meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith,
on Wednesday, October 7th, at the
Hibiscus Masonic Temple, it has
been announced by Gilbert J. Bat-
kin, president.
Jules P. Channing, Hillel chair-
man, will present the program.
Dr. Donald D. Michaelson, director
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda
tion at the University of Miami.
will speak and introduce Hillel
student leaders on the campus, in-
cluding Anita Cogen, winner of
the Ross Interfaith Scholarship;
Luscilla Rosenthal, recipient of the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter scholarship; Marilyn Kos-
toff, recipient of the Miami Beach
Lodge scholarship; Herb Abram-
ison, president of the University
Hillel Foundation: Bill Stoller, vice
president of the University Hillel
Foundation; and Robert Yokel,
publicity chairman of the Univer-
sity Hillel Foundation.
Sidney M. Aronovitz, chairman
of Ihr Greater Miami Hillel Advis-
ory Council, has been invited to
attend the meeting.
Governor Dan
McCarty Dies
At Age Of 41
Death came to Florida Governor
Dan McCarty Sunday night shortly
before 10 p.m,,., ,T0b.e 41-yoajbftfcl
Ufa man succumbed after an at-
tack of pneumonia which followed
on the* heels of a h' :ni, ailment
suffered shortly after hi* installa-
tion into office.
The late Governor McCarty had
suffered an attack of coronary
thrombosis in February and was
away from his desk at Tallahassee
most of the time after that. dc. pite
his putting into effect a program
that included the biggest institu-
tional construction outlay in Flor-
ida history, a system of supervised
and coordinated state purchasing
and a study of uniform employ
ment practices for state agencies.
After being defeated as a candi-
date by former Florida Governor
Fuller Warren in 1948, Governor
McCarty returned in 1952 to sweep,
into the gubernatorial office. In-
stalled last January, he was strrck-
cn by the heart ailment several
weeks later and appeared to be do-
ing well until sustaining an attack
of pneumonia on September 12th.
New acting governor is President
of the Senate, Charley E. Johns.
The Senator-insurance executive
was sworn into office early Tues-
day.
Now GMJCC Group Meets
The first meeting of the newly
organized young married couples
and recently engaged couples
group will be held on Tuesday, Oc-
tober 6th, 9 p.m.. at the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center's
Town Branch.
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r r-
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Marking the
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North Shore Women To Meet
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will holds its
weekly menorah games party at
the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednes-
day, October 7th, 12:30 p.m.
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Lipton Presides
At US Savings And
Loan League Clinic
Joseph M Lipton. president of
Oade Federal Saxin^s and Loan
_ociaUon of Miami and chair-
man of the I'nfted States Savim.cs
and Loan League. Advertising and
Business IVvclopnieut Committee.
V>re>u)ed oxer an advertising and
promotional clinic held in Chicago
Sri) this \*ock
The Clinic, sponsored by the
US Savings and Loan League, was
attended by advertising managers
and junior and senior executives
of the more than 1.600 savings and
lout associations throughout the
nation that make up the member
>hip of the league
Subjects featured in the clinic
included Psychology Of Adver-
tising. Advertising Layout Tech-
niques. The I'se Of Words and,
Readership studies And ^'"Bureau Names New Committee Chairmen
twa Research. The clinic also de- **
\ oted time to panel discussions on I
such topics as newspaper adver-.
tising. television and radio, spe-
TRJDAY.
OCTOBER
A party held at the Sovereign Hotel Miami Beach, for children
from the American Children's Home and St Joseph's Villa was
sponsored by the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith American-
ism and Civic Affairs Committee, whose chairman is Leo
Steinman. At the extreme right are Sister Mary Albert and
Mrs. J. Joyce.__________________________________.
cial promotions, direct mail, bud
gets and public relations.
Onec Shobbot Attain Begun
Beth El Sisterhood will begin its
regular Ones 6habbat affairs on
S.i:..rvlay. 3 pm. at the Center, ac-
v-wrding to an announcement by
Vrs. Man Rosenberg, president
Bmrk f \mmrd
iHrrctor Of
Tkralrr Chmi*
New director of sdrerusisg. pub-
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At the first meeting of the gen-
eral membership of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Max Meisel.
president, appointed committee
chairmen who will guide the ac-
tivities of the Bureau for the corn-
ear, it was announced this
week Appointed were Joseph
Joseph Duntov. Budget Committee;
Sam Prosterman. Financial Assist-
ance Committee: HaroM Thermae.
Education Committee. Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot. Extension Activities
CMasuttee: Mrs. Joseph Duntov.
Library Committee: Charles Gott
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Ratner. Tenth Anniversary Convo-
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special meeting of the Rich-
ucker Concert Committee wikV
fceld in the Algiers Hotel on
lav October 4th, at 11 a.m..
las announced this week by
1 Louis Glasser, Greater Miami
tman of the Israel Bond Or-
chard Tucker will be featured
[concert at the Miami Beach
Itorium on Thursday, October
under the auspices of Israel
i Tickets are free to all bond
.asers, with two tickets given
ach bond purchased.
sets of $1,000 tickets will
,/en away as prizes at Sun-
_ meeting in the Algiers Ho-
iRepresentatives of all organ-
Ins, societies and synagogues
T been invited to attend and
Irate in making the October
I concert a city-wide event,
ting the 3,000th anniversary of
pity of Jerusalem.
5. Glasser will give a first
report on the National Eco-
j; Conference for Israel held
fashington this past weekend.
headed the Miami delegation,
ill Ashkenazy will relate the
fess he witnessed in Israel on
recent trip and also explain
lignificant work being accom-
pd through the sale of State
j-ael Bonds.
I. Tucker is today one of the
| tenors ot the Metropolitan
p Company, as well as one of
World's outstanding cantors. He
had the unique distinction of
Jig every one of his roles for
|irst time at the Metropolitan.
j Mothers Are Honored
j Executive Board of the PTA
'emple Beth Sholom honored
Mothers of the Religious
at a brunch on Tuesday at
Shelborne Hotel, according to
Lnnouncement by Mrs. Irving
Kaplan, PTA president. Mrs.
leri Goldman was chairman of
Ifunction.
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Kanner Addresses Radio Audience
ife. .--

Aaron Kanner, a vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, addressed a Greater Miami
radio audience Monday evening, at
the close of a network presentation
entitled, The Harvest Years, fea-
turing actress Ruth Chatterton.
The dramatic story described the
.MattirnifiHHUHMflo of the Joint
Distribution Committee in a Vil-
lage of the Aged in Israel where
more than 1,000 persons 60 years
old and over have found a haven
after years of suffering.
Kanner urged Greater Miami
THE ROUTE Richard. Tucker, noted world tenor, will sing
.at the Miami Beach Auditorium under auspices of Israel Bonds
on October 22nd. Mr. Tucker points out hie concert route to
Mrs. Tucker and theki eon, Henry.
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Skit Marks Fire
Prevention Week
Highlight of the fire prevention
campaign to be waged before serv-
ice clubs and other civic groups
during the National Fire Preven-
tion Week observance October 4th
through 10th by a civic commit-
tee cooperating with the fire de-
partment will be a skit, Miss Fire
Prevention And The Flame Devil.
Bookings can be made through
the Reverend W. P. Harmon, of
the Greater Miami Council of
Churches. Miss Fire Prevention is
Barbara McCririck, beauty contest
winner.
Another phase of the National
Fire Prevention Week observance
will be speakers and films for
schools. Children under 14 ac-
counted for more than 2,000 of the
11,000 deaths from fire last year.
Property damage was $815,000,000.
Ninety per cent of the fires were
considered avoidable by insurance
underwriters.
2-8212
Reiner Will Head
New JWV Post
Installation of the new North
Shore Jewish War Veterans Post
No. 677 will take place at the
North Shore Jewish Center on Sun-
day, October 4th, 8 p.m.
Named officers are Mitch
Reiner, commander; Sidney Ne-
ross, senior vice commander; Eu-
gene J. Schwartz, junior vice com-
mander: A. J. Kaplan, judge advo-
cate; Freddy Koran, quartermas-
ter; Sidney Crown, service officer;
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chap-
lain; Milton L. Ehrenreich, officer
of the day; and Irwin H. Makovsky,
post physician.
Adjutant is Henry A. Kamp.
Trustees include Arthur Selevan,
three years, Leonard Tobin and
Milton S. Koch. Fred Selevan will
be sergeant-at-arms, with Mel
Greenberg in charge of publicity.
A social evening will follow the
installation ceremony. Mrs. Flor-
ence Pritt will act as chairman.
Miami, Beach NCJW
Plan Opening: Meet
The Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
will hold a joint opening of the
Miami and Miami Beach Divisions
slated for the Martinique Hotel on
October 7th, at 11:15 a.m.
Highlight of the meeting will be
the installation of section officers,
with Mrs. Aaron Farr as installing
officer. New section officers are
the Mesdames Aaron Kanner,
president; Monte Selig, Jean C.
Lehman and Nathaniel Levin, vice
presidents; Joseph Gleicher, re-
cording secretary; H. B. Leschel,
corresponding secretary; Ruth
Guthmann, treasurer; and Irving
Kobley, auditor.
Council members will take part
in an original musical playlet.
Council Rhapsodies, written by
Mrs. Sam Stark. Direction and
musical accompaniment is by Mrs.
Howard Grove. '<-.
Mrs, Joseph Williamson and
Mrs. Alexander Robbins are in
charge of the meeting. In charge of
reservations are Mrs. Albert A.
Green, Miami, and Mrs. Barney
Modes, Miami Beach.
Dr. Hurwitz To Teach
Hebrew Courses At U of M
Courses in modern Hebrew, both
at the elementary and more ad-
vanced levels, are again being of-
fered this year at the University
of Miami, according to Dr. William
P. Dismukes, chairman of the mod-
ern languages department.
Instructor will be Dr. Joseph J.
Hurwitz, member of the UM faculty
who has just returned from Colum-
bia University where he spent the
summer as "visiting scholar" in
the fields of comparative religion,
philosophy of religion and the his-
tory of the ancient Near East.
Before coming to Miami last
spring, Dr. Hurwitz taught at the
Hebrew Teachers College of Bos-
ton and previously was a graduate
assistant at the Boston University
Graduate School. He pursued his
undergraduate and advanced work
at Harvard, Boston University and
the Hebrew Teachers College. He
has recently completed a book en-
titled, The Jewish Influences On
The Narratives Of The Koran.
Jewry, who are currently celebrat-
ing Sukkoth, to consider the "liv-
ing harvest" of people who have
come to Israel in the past few
years and who have been aided in
their resettlement through the
many agencies supported by Mi-
ami's Combined Jewish Appeal.
Kanner urged contributors in
this area who have made pledges
to meet these obligations quickly
in order to get hundreds of thous-
ands of Israel's new citizens out of
their shacks and huts and into
permanent homes. He pointed out
that, in addition to the strength-
ening program developed in Israel,
CJA dollars also build local insti-
tutions such as Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, Bureau of Jewish Education,
the Jewish Home for the Aged and
others.


Beth David PTA Meets
The Beth David Synagogue PTA
will meet on Monday, October 4th,
at 8 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
be principal speaker. A play, by
Elsie Stiebel, will be presented in
honor of the PTA's eighth anni-
versary. Soloists will be Jerry
Berwey and Ann Abrams.
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\c meeting will be highlighted
le celebration of the 100th an-
sary of the Jewish Commu-
Center movement in America.
Southern Section is one of
sections through which the
inal Jewish Welfare Board
|ion> as the national associa-
of Jewish Community Centers
lY.MHAs. The Jewish Centers
he South are provided field
and programming assist-
[by the Southern Section-JWB.
|J\VB is also the government-
prized agency for serving the
lie. welfare and religious
of Jewish men and women
|ic US Armed Forces, and in
an- hospitals, and the spon-
agency of the Jewish Book
bol of America, National Jew-
Jusic Council, National Jewish
Ih Conference and the Jewish
Center Lecture Bureau. It repre-
sents Jhe American Jewish com-
munity in the United Service Or-
ganizations.
Stanley Myers is president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, which is a constituent
member of the Southern Section-
JWB.
;. Sirkin Named Chairman of Southern
:tion JWB Meeting On Miami Beach
m Milton Sirkin. of Miami
V has been named chairman
_,e eighth annual meeting of
[southern Section of the Na-
il Jewish Welfare Board to be
at the Delano Hotel on No-
er 7th through 9th, accord-
o Leon Kaplan, of Miami, sec
Ipresident.
s Sirkin, who is vice presi-
of the Southern Section, a
Iber of the National Executive
nittee of the Jewish Center
fcion and vice president of the
[ter Miami Jewish Community
[er. said in accepting the ap-
Iment as convention chair-
The Greater Miami Jewish
nunity Center has been eager
he Section Annual Meeting to
Bid in Miami for many years.
fe are very happy that this
{now materialized. Our Con-
lice Committee has planned a
lughl) enjoyable and worth-
f program which we feel will
[{ great value to all Jewish
nunity Centers in the South."
nong the subjects to be dis-
td at the convention are: (1)
[ the Jewish Community Center
best serve its community; (2)
[relationship of the Jewish
hiunity (enter to national Jew-
fouth groups and other agen-
[and institutions in the com-
ity; (3) how to serve Jewish
lies in suburban areas; (4) the
(of Jewish Community Centers
\e JWB Armed Services pro-
Barry Geltner Will
Attend Navy School
Pfc. Barry M. Geltner left for
Great Lakes, Illinois, to attend
school at the US Naval Training
Station there.
Geltner recently ended a nine-
day leave after graduating from re-
cruit training at MCRD in Parris
Island, South Carolina.
While attending what is one of
the Marine Corps' top service
schools, he will study technical
methods of radio, radar and new
electronic developments.
Pfc. Geltner was a member of
the organized reserve squadron
VMF 147 at Master Field before
requesting active duty in May. He
is a Miami High School graduate
and attended the University of Mi-
ami before serving in the Marines.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Geltner.
Goodman Hadassah
Slates Installation
Installation of officers for the
I B Goodman Group of Hadassah
will take place at the Monte Carlo
Hotel on Wednesday evening, Oc-
tober 14th, 8 p.m., with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, officiating. A skit
entitled, Hadassah Millinery
Modes, a musical satire on the
work of Hadassah chairmen di-
rected by Lillian Goodman, presi-
dent-elect, will include the follow-
ing chairmen: Esther Goodman,
Jewish National Fund; Molly Co-
hen, Hadassah Supplies; Polly Ger-
shon. Youth Aliyah; Rose Lawson,
Hadassah Medical Organization;
Martha Fabrikant, Vocational Edu-
cation; Lillian Marx, Education;
Molly Katz, American Affairs; Eve-
lyn Brown. Membership; Sadie Al-
exander, Publicity.
Madame Chapeau, Inc., will be
Isabclle Rasner and Mrs. H. Pfef-
fer. Edythe Krepack will be pian-
ist. The quartette will consist of
Mrs I. Bernstein, Mrs. Rose Gold-
ner, Frances Lebon and Dorothy
Parker.
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BACK TO BACK BUT SMILES AHEAD chuckle Linda and
Andrea Rerner, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Remer, 2208
Bay Drive, Miami Beach.
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Personally
Speaking .
Coral Gables Chapter
Has Member Affairs
Coral Gables Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a mem-
bership luncheon and card party
at the home of Mrs. Sidney Pozen,
2499 SW 20th Street, on Tuesday,
October 6th.
Co-hostesses are Mrs. Herman
Brenner and Mrs. Sidney Suss.
Mrs. Georgia Brenner is in charge
of reservations, with Mrs. Saul Bo-
dian acting as membership chair-
man.
The group held a membership
card party at the home of Mrs. A.
Frank Wellins. 19 Montilla Avenue,
on Thursday evening.
Menorah Card Part"/
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women w'll hold its
weekly menorah card party at the
Empress Hotel on Wednesday, Oc-
tober 7th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs
is in charge of arrangements.

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To Celebrate Sukkoth
The Labor Zionist Council will
hold a Sukkoth celebration on Sat-
urday evening, October 3rd, 8
p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge Audi-
torium, according to an announce-
Dr. and Mrs. George Balben, of I___, ., __. ,
4531 SW 15th Street, Miami. an., "ent by Beryl Morrison, chairman,
nounce the birth of their son, Neal | Principal speaker will be Louis
Michael, at Mount Sinai Hospital. Schwartzman. executive director of
on September 8th. The new arrival the Bureau of Jewish Education.
joins his sister Susan Helene, 8,1-------------------------------------
and brothers Eric David, 6, and
Gary Steven, 3. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Graff, of New
York, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bal-
ber, of Savannah, Georgia.
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Mrs. Ida Hartz, of 2201 South
Miami Avenue, left for Woodmere,
Long Island, to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Russel Brandt, who is recu-
perating from an operation. Mrs.
Hartz is the mother of Mrs. Harry
Gordon.
ft Mr. Joseph Kogos has returned
to his home at 814 Michigan Av-
enue, Miami Beach, after spending
the summer in Belmont, Massa-
chusetts.
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Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers, of
3631 SW 21st Street, have return-
ed to their Florida residence to
spend the winter.
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Returned home after visiting his
children in Ansonia, Connecticut,
during the past two months, is
Mr. Coleman Luria, of 4575 Post
Avenue, Miami Beach.
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Construct Pre-Stressed Concrete Beat*
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in the minds of those who special-1 tlce permits a working sh^T
tie in the designing and conatAc- 20.000 pounds per squart in
tion of South Florida commercial steel, with pre-stressing >
and industrial structures, Maule In-
dustries. Inc., one of the major pro-
ducers of concrete products in the
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein.
spiritual leader of New York's
Congregation Kehilath Jesh-
urun, has been elected chair-
man of the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy oi lb* Na-
noaal Jewish WeMqre Board.
Rabbi Lookstein JtJ| iormes
it of the Rabbuucol
of Ameftcdi-'wncn
fyattfeabe
of American Rabbis and the
Rabbinical Assembly oi Am-
erica makes up the Commis-
body mat recruias.
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nation, this week announced that
its Precast Department has signed
a contract to manufacture the first
pre-stressed concrete beams ever
I to be used for a commercial struc-
ture in this area.
Specifications for the beams fall
for a span of 49 feet and three
inches, three inches longer than
the pre-stressed beam recently
manufactured and tested by the
Uvesay Window Company for use
in its new warehouse.
Five in number and radically
I different in design from the Lire-
sjv beam, these Maule pre-stressed
' beams wtB be 40 inches high and
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Cerrd Party October 8th
More than 100 persons sf. I
gather on Thursday nigh^ ^ '
ber 8th. at the Home Milk tair
2451 ^fw 7th Avenue, for i J]
bonim card party held by Aj3 I
Bet Aleph to raaae t for J
ti the yosta orgavJ
Co-chiirmiB of the even a
Roberta Schwam and Judy Uiwt I,
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by Israel S. Shapaff. ckn-T
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PAGE 11
GLOBAL SHORTS
|Five Congressmen To Study
Immigrations Problems
WASHINGTON (J T A) Five
members of the House Judiciary
Committee were to sail this week
Ifor Europe to make a general stu-
|dv of refugee and migration prob-
lems. The top item on their agenda
|js to study operation, plans and
screening processes now being set
lup for the new Refugee Relief Act
[of 1953. Representative^ Chauncey
I\V Reed, Illinois Republican, heads
I the inspection group. Senator Ar-
thur V. Watkins. chairman of the
[senate Immigration Subcommitte-
Itee, will tour Arab refugee camps
jn Arab states surrounding Israel
[during October to gather informa-
[tion for a report to Congress. Sea-
ler Watkins is now in Europe
gathering information about the
leperation of the McCarran-Walter
[immigration Act.
House Committee Urged To
[Hear Testimonial Defense
WASHINGTON (JTA) Repre-
sentative Emanuel Celler asked the
House Committee on Un-American
\ctivities this week to hear testi-
mony in defense of the late Rab-
Ibis Stephen S. Wise and Judah L.
IWagnes. The two Rabbis were ac-
cused before t h e committee by
enjamin Gitlow, former secretary
of the Communist Party, of carry-
ng out Communist instructions or
ollaborating with the Reds. Rep-
resentative Geller wrote Repre-
sentative Harold H. Velde, chair-
|jnan of the Committee, that "to
nalign the dead is easy virtue."
(Representative Velde was told "it
Ijs incredible that in view of the
[nature of the charges levelled by
[former Communist Benjamin Git-
how against Rabbis Wise and Mag-
Ines in testimony before your Com-
[mittec. that such charges go un-
challenged."
Tension Mounts On Syrian
Border; UN Observers Act
JERUSALEM (JTA) Moshe
Sharett, Acting Premier of Israel,
conferred here with United Na-
tions truce chief Major General
Vagn Bennike and his political ad-
visor, Henri Vigier, to outline Is-
rael's position on the Huleh re-
clamation project, it was learned
here as tension mounted along the
northeastern Israel-Syrian border.
The Syrians continued to voice,
threats against the Israelis and
United Nations truce observers
visited the frontier region almost
hourly. These developments fol-
lowed rejection by an Israeli
spokesman of Syrian charges that
the Huleh project will cause some
12,000 acres of. Syrian farm land to
dry out becauftfcoUbe dj.ypjvsio* *
Jordan River waters for an Israeli
hydroelectric station.
Jews In Italy Warn Against
Marshal Kesselring's Remarks
ROME (JTA)The Union of Ital-
ian Jewish Communities has sharp-
ly rejected the assertion by Nazi
Field Marshal Kesselring that he
helped save the lives of some
Italian Jews by flouting the orders
of Heinrich Himmler to deport the
entire Jewish population of Rome
to death. In a statement which la-
belled Kesselring "one of the most
ferocious authors of Nazi massa-
cres," the Union called his claim
of having helped save the remnant
of Italian Jewry "an insult to the
men, women and priests of Italy"
who must be credited with the fact
that a portion of the Italian Jews
was able to save itself.
,n?ftjTO^. tocylty of the Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing at the recent
exercises. Seated front row (left to right) are Sandra Tardy, Gilberte Monette,
Carmen F. Ross, RN, instructor, Frieda Lebehsbaum. RN, director of the School, Mildred Ann
Vogel, RN, director of nurses, Wilhelmina Holt. RN, instructor, Beverlee Pryor and Victoria
Feistammel. Second row (left to right) are Doris Chinsky, Deborrah Gifford, Phyllis Flury,
Helen Masci, Signa Duran, Peggy Volkman and Rose Merin. Standing are (left to right)
Donna Sherman, Jane Larson, Mary Resnick, Betty Chancy, Elizabeth Donahue, Dorothy Win-
gate, Rhoda Davidowitz and Doris Clyde.
UM IZFA Chapter Meeting I on Sunday evening, October 4th. 1ILVA, reports on IZFA conventions
The University of Miami Chap- 8 p.m., at the Beth David Syna- SUn Saa, and Bernice sir and
ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist gogue. The program will include -------------
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ATLANTIC T V
I Colleges In Pennsylvania Still
[Ask Discriminatory Questions
PHILADELPHIA TA)Nearly
|60 percent of the colleges and pro-
fessional schools of Pennsylvania
I still use application forms for stu-
Ident admissions which ask poten-
tially discriminatory questions, re-
Iquest photographs of the appli-
cants, it was revealed here by the
Philadelphia Fellowship Commis-
sion and the Philadelphia Jewish
[Community Relations C o u ncil,
Iwhich have jointly completed a
survey of the state's 122 institu-
tions of higher learning. David Ull-
|Dian. vice president of the Fellow-
ship Commission and a former
Ichairman of the community rela-
tions unit, pointed out that despite
[the fact that four years ago the
state's collegesacting through the
[Pennsylvania Association of Col-
lleges and Universities unani-
Imously rejected race, religion or
[national origin as valid criteria for
j student admissions, only 40 per
[cent of these colleges "ask their
[applicants no potentially discrimin-
atory questions."
Urge Jewish Representation
In Canadian Senate
MONTREAL (JTAVThe sugges-
tion that the Jewish community of
Canada should have a representa-
tive in the Senate has been made
in an editorial in the Montreal Ga-
zette and endorsed by the Toronto
Star, the Montreal daily, referring
to reports that the Prime Minister
was considering changes in the
composition of the Senate to make
it more representative, proposed
recognition of ethnic groups in
Canada and declared that "it would
seem, for instance, that the time
has come when the Government
might recognize the importance of
the Jewish population of Canada in
considering appointments to the
Senate. "Of all ethnic groups in
this country," the editorial added,
"apart from those of French and
British descent, the Jewish people
have one of the oldest historical
claims."
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German Court Exonerates Top
(Executed War Criminals
.MUNICH (JTA) A local denaz-
ification tribunal has, in effect,
given a clean bill of political health
|to Nazi General Alfred Jodl, one
|of the defendants in the Nurem-
berg trial of the major war crim-
inals before the International
[Military Tribunal. Jodl was sen-
tenced to death in 1948, and exe-
cuted for crimes against humanity
land against peace. Because the
[property of major war criminals
may revert to the state in whole or
ln Part, posthumous denazification
Proceedings were necessary to per-
mit a settlement of Jodl's estate. A
Munich denazification tribunal
earlier this year completely exon-
erated affront to the war crimes
trials conducted by the Allies, the
High Commission politely re-
monstrated with the Bavarian Gov-
ernmentthe first American in-
Itervcntion concerning denazifica
Tn maers in several years.
Ball Player Risks Title
To Observe Yom Kippur
CLEVELAND (JTA)Al Rosen,
slugging third baseman of the
Cleveland Indians, asked for and
received permission to skip the
Indians' game in Detroit because of
Yom Kippur. Rosen, outstanding
candidate for the most valuable
player award and leading con-
tender for the National Leagues
home run crown and batting title,
stayed home although loss of the
one game threatened his chance to
win the home run and batting
titles. "My wife and I talked it
over," Rosen explained, "and de-
cided it was best. There are more
important things in life than win-
ning batting titles."
Israel Reparations Groups
Order Goods In Germany
COLOGNE (JTA)A party of
officials of the Shilumim (repara
tions) Corporation set up by the
Israel Government to order repara-
from West Germany
tions goods _
and to distribute these goods in
.-.Israel arrived here this week for
crated him. Since this was a caf conferences with officials of the
Israel purchasing mission. The
visiting party consists of Hillel
Dan, chairman of the reparations
corporation; Dr. Asher Citron exe-
cutive secretary; and Joseph Peck-
er, a member of the Board of Di-
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\Miami Window.
Irshall Wolper, insurance exe-
|e has been named secretary
L Miami Beach Junior Cham-
If commerce. A former Chica-
I he was chairman of the Jun-
Jlvrnpics Committee of the Mi-
fecacli Jaycees and helped or-
\c the recent swimming meet
Ihildren at the MacFadden-
Iville pool last month Dan-
\ Mahoney, publisher of The
ti Daily News, will be chair-
of the annual dinner of the
bnal Conference of Christians
jews here early in 1954. The
hion was announced in Miami
I. D. Wcissbuch, chairman of
|Board of Directors, and Dr.
H. Cunningham, executive
[tor of the NCCJ Florida Re-
me R Toffler has been
president of the Florida
I Control Association for the
Ijj year. Purpose of the group
to deal with careless or un-
bulous persons who do not ad-
[to fair trade practices in pest
h>l business here J. H.
: is new president of the Dade
|ty ('(immunity Chest. Vice
dents include Sam H. McCor-
general manager of the Hia-
TRace Course; B. Hiram Blak-
Ivice president of Burdine's;
regor Smith, president of the
da Power 4 Light Company;
)r. H. Franklin Williams, vice
dent of the University of Mi-
[Former president, Leonard L.
was selected as treasurer.
[r.g another term as secretary
. Stanley Milledge .
piling of a new Seven Up Bot-
plant at 37th Street and
Miami Avenue is scheduled
bex! month. President of the
company is Sherman Tobin.
1 structure was designed by
ItMl Charles Giller The
Florida Chapter of the
ritis and Rheumatism Founda-
recently organized here, in-
Bs among its Board members
Sydnej U'eintraub. Heading
j|roup is George A. Brautigam,
attorney Currently draw-
|>lans for the celebration of Na-
Employ t h e Physically
dicapped Week in Dade County
pctober 4th through 11th, are
McArthur, general chairman;
Zitter, representing handicap-
Iworkers; Jonathan Bliss, state
foyment service; Leo Axlrod,
ni Chamber of Commerce; R.
|oberts, Jr., chairman of heavy
stry; and I. A. Daniel, execu-
I secretary .
r-bert M. Deehl, Miami attor-
has qualified as a candidate
[County School Trustee from
District No. 1. A Miami resident
for 17 years, Deehl attended the
University of Florida College of
Law and has been practicing since
1949. He is a World War II vet-
eran and resides at 610 Curtis
Wood Drive, Biscayne Key ... Re-
appointed to North Bay Village
posts are City Manager S. D. Er-
delyi, Fire Chief Sam Hyman, Po-
lice Chief David Walker, City At-
torney Joseph A. Wanick and Mu-
nicipal Judges William Brody and
Clemen Ehrlich. Named to new
posts as prosecutor and assistant
city attorney were Albert M. Lehr-
man and Gilbert Frank .
A non-profit corporation charter
has been presented to the newly
organized Club 14. The social club
it headed by Max Goodman, presi-
dent. Other offjc^ri Jnclu.de Max
Bernstein, vice president:
Dundee, secretary; Sam yVeissman,
treasurer; and A. J. Kaplan, attor-
ney for the group Manuel Lu-
bel, of 1975 SW 17th Court, will
run from District No. 1 in the
November 3rd County School Trus-
tee election Marwin S. Cassel,
president of the newly formed
Surfside Golden Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce, has an-
nounced that the group's constitu-
tion is being submitted to the Na-
tional Junior Chamber of Com-
merce for approval. Other officers
include Ben Dick and Jay Bucemi,
vice presidents; Richard Schwartz,
secretary; and Gordon Higgenbot-
ham, treasurer .
Among newly licensed optome-
trists honored at a Monday evening
dinner by the Southeast Florida
Optometric Association at the Sev-
en Seas Restaurant were Drs. Her-
bert Alan Brautman, 100 SW 30th
Road; Charles Edward Cushman,
1260 NW 33rd Street; Philip Sawel-
son, 2348 SW 26th Lane; Bernard
Weiss, 1145 NE 126th Street; Jo-
jseph Fcldberg, 15-B Madeira Av-
enue; Stanley Wallman, 6856 Ab-
' bptt Awwic: Sheldon Dobkin, 50
| South Shore Drive; Stanley R. Har-
ris, 116 North 13th Avenue; and
I Arthur I. Eichner, 1826 Madison
I Street, Hollywood .
1,008 School Children To Hear Concert
By Jerold Frederic At Dade Auditorium
Over 1,000. school children will
be among the invited guests for a
Sunday afternoon concert on Oc-
tober 18th, at the Dade County
Auditorium to hear pianist Jerold
Frederic. The concert will be spon-
sored by interested music patrons
of Greater Miami in cooperation
with Howard A. Doolin, supervisor
of Music Education in the Dade
County Public Schools.
Arrangements have been made
for the elementary and high school
students to be admitted without
charge. Selection of the school
children guests will be made by
Mr. Doolin and his staff who are
preparing a questionnaire to high-
light each pupil's interest in mu-
sical appreciation. Plans are also
being made to accommodate mu-
sically interested students from
private schools.
From the initial effort a plan
will be formulated that will have
a two-fold purpose to give chil-
dren an opportunity to hear some
of the country's outstanding con-
cert artists in full recital and to
aid students showing unusual tal-
ent in voice or one of the major
instruments by presenting them in
public appearance before a large
representative group of listeners.
The latter will be effected by
the formation of an Auditioning
Committee of musical authorities
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Pme ou' from the assembly line. In here, under sanitary
pillions, Duxe beef which is scientifically prepared and ex-
F% blended with spices, is stuffed into casings. From this
fpartment, millions of Wilno Kosher franks are transferred
r^modern smoke house for the final operation.
SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
W41 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
*e Public Leams Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
who will examine and select un
usually gifted applicants. The pra
ject will be among the first of its
kind in the nation. Mr. Herman
Binder has been invited to act as
consultant for the promotion of
the above arrangements.
Jerold Frederic, guest artist at
the October 18th concert, has been
hailed by critics as "one of the
most significant pianists of our
day." The distinguished young
artist has played over 500 engage-
ments in colleges and universities
throughout the country.
On the list of patrons
for Mr. Frederic's appearance
are Dr. Bertha If. Foster, president
of the Musicians Club of America;
Dean John Bitter, director of the
University of Miami Symphony;
Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of the
Miami Symphony; Arturo di Fil-
ipi, director of the Miami Opera
Guild; Howard A. Doolin, director
of Music Education, Dade County
Public Schools; Mrs. Albert Pick,
immediate past president of the
Symphony Club, University of Mi-
ami; Mrs. Claude A. Renshaw,
founder president, Symphony Club.
University of Miami; and Leonard
Keller, former president of the
Metropolitan School of Music, Chi-
cago.
The committee on invitations is
inviting other civic and social
leaders from Dade County who are
interested in youth music educa-
tion to participate as patrons, ac-
cording to Alice Hailparn, chair-
man.
Mrs. Melnick
Heads Szold
Hadassah Group
Mrs. Harold Melnk- will be in-
stalled president of the Henrietta
Szold Group of Hadassah during
ceremonies slated for the Algiers
Hotel on Tuesday, October 6th, at
11:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
Congregation and president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion, will be installing officer.
Others who will assume posts
are the Mesdames Barnett Becker-
man, Phillip Hacker, Moses Mes-
cheloff, Harry Rogers and Harry
Rosen, vice presidents; Sam Jacob,
treasurer.
Miss Lillian Danzinger, financial
secretary; the Mesdames Frances
Entine, corresponding secretary;
Nellie King, social secretary; and
Gables Center Meeting
Meyer A. Baskin will preside at
a meeting of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center on Sunday evening at
8:30 p.m. A special program will
be presented under the supervision
of Rabbi Morris Skop and Sidney
Birk, program chairman.
Judge Giblin Will Speak
Judge Vincent D. Giblin will be
guest speaker at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center Men's Club break-
fast on Sunday morning at 10
a.m.

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Ottilie Rosenberg, recording secre-
tary.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice presi-
dent of the Florida region, will
address the new officers, and Mrs.
Samuel Sakrais, chapter president,
will deliver the invocation.
Musical selections will be by
Mrs. Irving Nelson and Mrs. David
i Drucker.

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+Jew1$liFk>rkfen
PAGE 15
pints Conference Discusses
gal Assistance Needs
WEW YORK The Conference
J wish Material Claims Against
Irmanv announced here that it
{discussing with the United Resti-
ijn Office arrangements for leg-
[assistance in filing claims under
L German Federal Indemnifica-
fcn Law to Jewish victims of Nazi
trsecution unable to afford pri-
|e counsel.
The Conference will publish, in
, near future, the location of of-
es throughout the world which
supply information to assist
kmants in drawing up their
Ens. Claims should be filed on
[icial forms which are not yet
fcilable. When these have been
leased by the German GoverB.-
)nt, the Conference will an-
Lnce where they can be obtain-
In order to assure ample time
I the filing of these claims, the
j provides a period of two years
,' their submission to the govern-
Int. The deadline is October 1,
The Indemnification Law was
ised by the German Parliament
. summer in keeping with an
.cement between the Conference
I Jewish Material Claims Against
nany and the Federal Republic
[ Germany.
The University
of Miami
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IJobman To Talk
At Gables ZOA
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict will meet on Thursday eve-
ning, October 8th, 8:15 p.m., at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Seymour Liebman, of the Miami
Beach Israel Zionist District and
member of the National Executive
of the ZOA, will report on the
recent Zionist Organization of
America convention held at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New
York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVKN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL CUTLERY COMPANY
(not lno.1, ill 1106 N W. 27th AVe.,
Miami, Ha., Intend* to register snid
name with the C|,rk of- the. Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Florida.
MILTON K. STONK (mile owner)
MY Kits. HUMAN ft KAI'LAN
Atturneya for Applicant
Bin s.-> hold liulldlng
I071-I-I4-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIXON'S GROVE RADIO SERVICE.
at 1488 Main Highway, Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of fafrC'rBllU flaWI "' Dade
County, Flo:
10/2-9-1S-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under The fictitious name of
HALEY'S BAR, at 1104 S W. 8th St..
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Daile County. Florida.
FRANK D. HALEY
MARTHA W. HALEY
KESSLER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 West Flagler St.
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31128B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE SINOKIt. l)eceased
To AlTCredltors 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 which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ROSE SINGER, dec..i.e.I
late of Washington, District of Colum-
bia, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
in their offlcea In the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or name will be barred.
Date September 27, A.D. 19i3.
THELMA SILVERMAN.
As Ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
ROSE SINGER, Deceased.
GEORGE CHKRTKOF
Attorney for Executrix
10/2-9-l*-2l
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. No. 2849
BETTY HARRIS, Plaintiff,
VH.
SAMUEL A. LEWIS. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL A. LEW IS
c/o Gert N. Wexler
3230 Pasadena. Detroit, Michigan
YOU ARE HEREBY Ni iTIFIBD
that a Common Law action has been
filed against you in the Small Claims
Court in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida by BETTY HARRIS and you are
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or .pleadings to the Complaint
|gf'e attorney, George
incoln Road, Miami
M file the original
Answer dr pleadings in the office of
the Clerk pf the Small Claims Court,
Miami, Florida, or appear to defend
the action, on or before the 2nd day
of November, 1953, at 9:00 a.m.: said
date bring the date of trial In the
above entitled cause; otherwise. Judg-
ment by default will he taken against
you for the relief demamted in the
Complaint. i "
Dated this 28th day of September,
1953.
Clerk of Small Claims Court
R. W. GREESON, Deputy
(Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
10/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
PLA. No. 162473-D
BETTY KILMER, Plaintiff
\s.
LARRY KILMER. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. Pvt. Larry Kilmer, 1195832,
July Repl. Draft Me AS., S.S. Air
F.M.F. Pad, Kl Toro, Santa Ana. Cali-
fornia are required to file your ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint for di-
vorce with the clerk of the above
court and serve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1303 Con-
gress Bldg., Miami, Florida on or be-
f.nr iictoher 30, 19i3 or else complaint
will he taken as confessed.
Dated September It, ttSS.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By V. B. Mac UAH I :.N.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
l/U-tB 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOTHAL, at P. O. Box 801. Miami
Beach 39, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PETER SOBEL
SKLWYN LEVENTHAL
9/18-25 10/2-9
V0GUST BROS io/
_ l> KirJMr'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROBS WOODCRAFTKRS. at 1119
Northeast 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANGEL ROSS
Bl'RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Ross Woodcrafters
412 Congress Building
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HECTORS BAR & GRILL, at i21
N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
PAT FUGGI
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
9/25 10/2-9-16 ________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACADEMY BCSINEBS BROKERS, at
809 Professional Building, Miami. Ha.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. :
CHARLES JULIUS (Sole Owner)
9/25 10/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 162612-J
ELAINE RARER, Plaintiff,
RICHARD RARER, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO; HU'HAUH RARER
I't. Washington Avenue
vor'\^r''..^r,:.lYkN,ir.K,KD
that a Bill Ol Complaint for Divorce
l,..s I.....n filed against you ami V"
;,,,. hereby required to serve
or your answer to said B.....f Com-
plaint on Plaintiff*! attorney and file
the original Answer In the oRHN "'
the Clark of the Circuit Court, on or
before October 19. I9i3: otherwise the
allegation, of ald Bill of Corn.,la In
will bo lake*, as confessed against
""Sated this 16th day of September,
l9"" E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR..
(Seal) BSE*1* Clerlt
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Pluintlfi
4Mi Ltaooln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring1 to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VENECL'B. at Dade County, Fla.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JUAN RIOS MONTENEGRO
9/18-23 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPRI TIES, at 222 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
A & B TIES, INC.
owner of 100%
WARREN, KLEIN. LKHRMAN.
SHORKNSTEIN A KLINE
Attorneys for A X- B Ties, Inc.
i;ni Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FU.
9/18-25 ,10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOINBLL ORIGINAL at i S.W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
OARY. OF MIAMI. INC.
"STANLEY MC.HJO&
Attorney for Applicant
05 Lincoln" Road
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31053A
In Re: -ESTATE OF
CHARLES WASSEK. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
.ii.I Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CHARLES WASSER. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date September 23, A.D. 1953.
NETTIE H. WASSER and
STANLEY H. WASSER
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of
CHARLES WASSER,
Deceased.
LEONARD J. KALISII
Attorne] for Executors
10/2-'.i-l-23
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME GREET-
ING:
This Is to certify that, wli.
Benjamin Fllnk, Miami, Fla.
Hilda It. Mink, Miami, Fla.
Dorothy A. Schwlngeiy Miami, Us
did on the 2nd day of January, A.D.
1948, cause to be Incorporated it ml
the provisions of Chapter |imi!>. I..
of Florida, Acts of in:;:,. BOUTHWES
PLUMBINO sri'i'i.v, INC., i
atlon, with its principal place of Im- -
ness at Miami, Dade County, In the
State of Florida, and whereas the
proper officers of such corporation dlt
on the 12th day of May, A.D IM9,
cause to be HI, d In this office Certifi-
cate of Amendment Changing its Cor-
porate Name to --
HEPP SUPPLY, INC.
and whereas the stockholders of such
corporation did on the 2."th day r>(
September, A.D. 1953. cause to be
filed in the office of the Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, a Con-
sent of all the stockholders und-r
the provisions of said Chapter 1W1.
Laws of Florida. Acts of Lilt, shon -
Ing the dissolution of such corpor-
ation, and the Secretary of State Li.
satisfied thnt the requirements of Law
have been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. T
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Oreat
Baal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the twenty-fifth day ot
September, A.D. 1953.
(SEAL)
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State.
I0/2/iyl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TOWN HOUSE, at 150 20th Street,
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
H. A. R. Inc.
A. 3. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
350 Lincoln Rd.
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAINT PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTORS,
at 1119 S.W. First Street, Miami, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
1/il'IS BILVERMAN
SAM SILVERMAN
PETE SILVERMAN
ALBERT BLE1CH
Owners
9/25 10/2-9-16 e
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 162499
WILLLIAM VAN MANEN, Jr..
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELIZABETH VAN MANEN.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELIZABETH VAN MANEN,
106 Eleventh Avenue.
Hawthorne. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS,
HEIMAN A KAPI-VN, 650 Keybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of October,
1933. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint. ____ '.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlnml.
Florida, this 8th day of September,
A.D. 19M. & n LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, cu, nit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) 1 put* Clerk
MYERS. HEIMAN .v.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Srvbold Building, Miami, Florida
. 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BIO WHEEL DRIVE-IN. at 5253
Southwest t2nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BERNARD T. PALKY
SEYMOUR PALEY
SHEINER SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
:iiil Roper Building, Miami, Florida
9/11-18-25 10/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTR. IN CHANCERR. No. 162414
GRACE HOFFMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL J. HOFFMAN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CARL J. HOFFMAN. R.F.D. #1,
Telford, Pennsylvania.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint tor Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYERS,
HEIMAN A KAI'LAN. 6..0 Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of October,
1953. If you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I'l.i HUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of September,
A.D. 19iJ.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By M. R. MURRAY.
(Circuit Court 8eal) Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90575
In Re: ESTATE OF
EUGENE FINE, Deceased
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 which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EUGENE FINE, deceased
late of Hamilton County, Ohio, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eigUt
calendar months from the date of B -
first publication hereof. Said cbklraa
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be swo; i
!.. and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date Bepttember 18, A.D. 1953.
JEAN PINE,
As Ancillary Executrix of the
l^ist Will and Testament of
EUGENE FINE, Deceased.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Ancillary Executrix
9/23 10/2-9-18 __________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
BONDED MORTGAGE COMPANY, at
207-9 Pan American Bank Building,
Miami, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM II. GRONER
ALEX YOUNGERMAN
NORMA MINSKY
MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
fi.",n Sevbold Building
9/25 10/2-9-16
Circuit Court Seal
f.iii Sevbold Building, Miami, Florida., ,,,.,b 10/2-9-16-2S
9/11-18-23 10/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO oil.AN BAR, at 6455
S.W. Sth Street, Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.______
NEAL Jk CECELIA DOYLE
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W. Flagler St.
t/ll-ll-2* 10/X
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M F" LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AX4?INE CIGARETTE SERVICE
COMPANY, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St.,
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY TOISTER
1/lt-tS 10/2-9
.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51158
Notice Is hereby given that NA-
THANIEL W SIEGED, holder of City
of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Num-
bered Ml, dated the 4th day of June.
A.D. 1931, has filed said Certificate
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue thereon in
accordance with law. Said Certificate
embraces the following describe
property, situated In Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 13, Block 53, Studio Addi-
tion to Hlaleah, Plat Book 9,
Page 5, in the City of Hialeah.
County of Dade, State of Flor-
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of UNKNOWN. Unless sail
Certificate shall he redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue there"'"
on the 28th day of October. A D. L5S.
Dated this Sth day of September,
AD- Tj E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. Hterrett.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 10641
Btacayns Blvd., Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Cuunty,
Florida.
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MV OCTOBER 2. 1953 *Jfew/sl? thrkBar, PAGE 11 GLOBAL SHORTS |Five Congressmen To Study Immigrations Problems WASHINGTON (J T A) — Five • members of the House Judiciary Committee were to sail this week Ifor Europe to make a general stu|dv of refugee and migration problems. The top item on their agenda |j s to study operation, plans and screening processes now being set lup for the new Refugee Relief Act [of 1953. Representative^ Chauncey I\V Reed, Illinois Republican, heads I the inspection group. Senator Arthur V. Watkins. chairman of the [senate Immigration SubcommitteItee, will tour Arab refugee camps jn Arab states surrounding Israel [during October to gather informa[tion for a report to Congress. Sealer Watkins is now in Europe gathering information about the leperation of the McCarran-Walter [immigration Act. House Committee Urged To [Hear Testimonial Defense WASHINGTON (JTA) — Representative Emanuel Celler asked the House Committee on Un-American \ctivities this week to hear testimony in defense of the late RabIbis Stephen S. Wise and Judah L. IWagnes. The two Rabbis were accused before t h e committee by enjamin Gitlow, former secretary of the Communist Party, of carryng out Communist instructions or ollaborating with the Reds. Representative Geller wrote Representative Harold H. Velde, chair|jnan of the Committee, that "to nalign the dead is easy virtue." (Representative Velde was told "it Ijs incredible that in view of the [nature of the charges levelled by [former Communist Benjamin Githow against Rabbis Wise and MagInes in testimony before your Com[mittec. that such charges go unchallenged." Tension Mounts On Syrian Border; UN Observers Act JERUSALEM (JTA) — Moshe Sharett, Acting Premier of Israel, conferred here with United Nations truce chief Major General Vagn Bennike and his political advisor, Henri Vigier, to outline Israel's position on the Huleh reclamation project, it was learned here as tension mounted along the northeastern Israel-Syrian border. The Syrians continued to voice, threats against the Israelis and United Nations truce observers visited the frontier region almost hourly. These developments followed rejection by an Israeli spokesman of Syrian charges that the Huleh project will cause some 12,000 acres of. Syrian farm land to dry out becauftfcoUbe dj.ypjvsio* Jordan River waters for an Israeli hydroelectric station. Jews In Italy Warn Against Marshal Kesselring's Remarks ROME (JTA)—The Union of Italian Jewish Communities has sharply rejected the assertion by Nazi Field Marshal Kesselring that he helped save the lives of some Italian Jews by flouting the orders of Heinrich Himmler to deport the entire Jewish population of Rome to death. In a statement which labelled Kesselring "one of the most ferocious authors of Nazi massacres," the Union called his claim of having helped save the remnant of Italian Jewry "an insult to the men, women and priests of Italy" who must be credited with the fact that a portion of the Italian Jews was able to save itself. ,n ?ftjTO^. tocylty of the Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing at the recent exercises. Seated front row (left to right) are Sandra Tardy, Gilberte Monette, Carmen F. Ross, RN, instructor, Frieda Lebehsbaum. RN, director of the School, Mildred Ann Vogel, RN, director of nurses, Wilhelmina Holt. RN, instructor, Beverlee Pryor and Victoria Feistammel. Second row (left to right) are Doris Chinsky, Deborrah Gifford, Phyllis Flury, Helen Masci, Signa Duran, Peggy Volkman and Rose Merin. Standing are (left to right) Donna Sherman, Jane Larson, Mary Resnick, Betty Chancy, Elizabeth Donahue, Dorothy Wingate, Rhoda Davidowitz and Doris Clyde. UM IZFA Chapter Meeting I on Sunday evening, October 4th. 1ILVA, reports on IZFA conventions The University of Miami Chap8 p.m., at the Beth David SynaSUn Saa and Bernice sir and ter of the Intercollegiate Zionist gogue. The program will include Federation of America will meet I a discussion of the purposes of | a lllm callea lenl •*' ATLANTIC T V I Colleges In Pennsylvania Still [Ask Discriminatory Questions PHILADELPHIA TA)—Nearly |60 percent of the colleges and professional schools of Pennsylvania I still use application forms for stuIdent admissions which ask potentially discriminatory questions, reIquest photographs of the applicants, it was revealed here by the %  Philadelphia Fellowship Commission and the Philadelphia Jewish [Community Relations C o u ncil, Iwhich have jointly completed a %  survey of the state's 122 institutions of higher learning. David Ull|Dian. vice president of the Fellowship Commission and a former Ichairman of the community relations unit, pointed out that despite [the fact that four years ago the %  state's colleges—acting through the [Pennsylvania Association of Collleges and Universities — unaniImously rejected race, religion or [national origin as valid criteria for j student admissions, only 40 per [cent of these colleges "ask their [applicants no potentially discriminatory questions." Urge Jewish Representation In Canadian Senate MONTREAL (JTAV—The suggestion that the Jewish community of Canada should have a representative in the Senate has been made in an editorial in the Montreal Gazette and endorsed by the Toronto Star, the Montreal daily, referring to reports that the Prime Minister was considering changes in the composition of the Senate to make it more representative, proposed recognition of ethnic groups in Canada and declared that "it would seem, for instance, that the time has come when the Government might recognize the importance of the Jewish population of Canada in considering appointments to the Senate. "Of all ethnic groups in this country," the editorial added, "apart from those of French and British descent, the Jewish people have one of the oldest historical claims." erson WITH A MOVIE-PERFECT PICTURE AT A NEWS MAKING LOW PRICE! $209.95 German Court Exonerates Top (Executed War Criminals .MUNICH (JTA) — A local denazification tribunal has, in effect, given a clean bill of political health |to Nazi General Alfred Jodl, one |of the defendants in the Nuremberg trial of the major war criminals before the International [Military Tribunal. Jodl was sentenced to death in 1948, and executed for crimes against humanity land against peace. Because the [property of major war criminals may revert to the state in whole or ln Part, posthumous denazification Proceedings were necessary to permit a settlement of Jodl's estate. A Munich denazification tribunal earlier this year completely exonerated affront to the war crimes trials conducted by the Allies, the High Commission politely remonstrated with the Bavarian Government—the first American inItervcntion concerning denazifica T n m aers in several years. Ball Player Risks Title To Observe Yom Kippur CLEVELAND (JTA)—Al Rosen, slugging third baseman of the Cleveland Indians, asked for and received permission to skip the Indians' game in Detroit because of Yom Kippur. Rosen, outstanding candidate for the most valuable player award and leading contender for the National Leagues home run crown and batting title, stayed home although loss of the one game threatened his chance to win the home run and batting titles. "My wife and I talked it over," Rosen explained, "and decided it was best. There are more important things in life than winning batting titles." 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LmAV. OCTOBER 2. 1953 Jewlsti Tier Mian PAGE 5 >j Okolica To Jhfead North Dade Jewish Center New spiritual leader of the ^orih Da 8:30 P.Mv Marking the 3000th ANNIVERSARY of the CITY of JERUSALEM North Shore Women To Meet The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will holds its weekly menorah games party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, October 7th, 12:30 p.m. SUNWPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOS 8C5T. COtfvVkl EJCl.ia matMK uiu ras w ocovnr Information on how to obtain seats please contact Richard Tucker CONCERT COMMITTEE 1622 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 58-5567-58-5564 FREE... This Steam Iron Presto automatic/< vapor steam iron for a naw $2500 account or an add?tion of $2500 to your presant account. Other gifts for new accounts from $500 up We are celebrating our 20th Anniversary Savlaea ft Uea Asaaclatlaa "IN Of FICI: N0UTH SH0R£ BRAHCH: Ucoin ftd. t withinitM AM. Hatalag Avi. • 11 st St. SOUTH saoat BRANCH: MS WHMton Av. WWW WHAT GOOD H FRANKFURTERS SALAMI BOLOGNA CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Si KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS 8 AM. TILL NOON SPRINGERS & BROILERS 4501b. HENS 45*lb. CAPONETTES 49*lb. PULLETS 550 lb. MS 10. Pf* CHICKEN fOK KILUM6 Sunny Acres Poultry & Fish Market 3215 GRAND AVE.. COCONUT GROVE PH. 4-2021 You just havan't tastad a raally good frankfurter until you tasta thaaa. Choiea Wastern corn-fad baaf, aubtly seasoned to tantalizing goodnass. LOOK FOR And tha Salami is truly truly wondarful. Nothing matchas tha axquisita, exalted bouquet and flavor of salami that earriaa tha proud Israal Kosher trada markl Demand ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What Yon Demand! LJJ Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phones 3-0721 — 3-4225 uWer tha saaarWslaa af ftabbl Jaseah t. lacfcavsky and tha 6fmtt Miami Vaad Makashr.fh I bl



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MV OCTOBER 2, 1953 +Jew1$liFk>rkfen PAGE 15 pints Conference Discusses gal Assistance Needs WE W YORK — The Conference J wish Material Claims Against Irmanv announced here that it {discussing with the United Restiij„n Office arrangements for leg[assistance in filing claims under L German Federal Indemnificafcn Law to Jewish victims of Nazi trsecution unable to afford pri|e counsel. The Conference will publish, in near future, the location of ofes throughout the world which supply information to assist kmants in drawing up their Ens. Claims should be filed on [icial forms which are not yet fcilable. When these have been leased by the German GoverB.)nt, the Conference will anLnce where they can be obtainIn order to assure ample time I the filing of these claims, the j provides a period of two years ,' their submission to the governInt. The deadline is October 1, The Indemnification Law was ised by the German Parliament summer in keeping with an .cement between the Conference I Jewish Material Claims Against nany and the Federal Republic [ Germany. The University of Miami SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER Conductor — Soloists — j* RISE STEVENS CASADESUS VTLLA-LOBOS LUKAS FOSS RISE ITH1II VIU.A-L.0I0S • IRMGARD SEEFRIED • SZYMON GOLDBERG • PIERRE FOURNIER • MAXIM SCHAP1RO • EUGENE DUBOIS • VERDI'S REQUIEM SIIFRIU OAIAOISUS NINE PAIRS SUBS. CONCERTS SUN. M.B. AUD. 8:30 IMON. DADE CO. AUD. 8:30 [Wrsf Concrf$ NOV. \(,2 Sub. for ach series I* %  • *5 • $12.50 $10.50 $? ORDER THE SERIES And Save Up To 30% •' IU. of M. Sym. Off. 87-4960 Downtown Off let 3-2317 Amidon's 4-2070 Bookworm 4-2659 At Both Auditoriums [f^477 M.B. 4-9230 D. Cry. IJobman To Talk At Gables ZOA The Coral Gables Zionist District will meet on Thursday evening, October 8th, 8:15 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Seymour Liebman, of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District and member of the National Executive of the ZOA, will report on the recent Zionist Organization of America convention held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVKN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL CUTLERY COMPANY (not lno.1, ill 1106 N W. 27th AVe., Miami, Ha., Intend* to register snid name with the C|,rk ofthe. Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. MILTON K. STONK (mile owner) MY Kits. HUMAN ft KAI'LAN Atturneya for Applicant Bin s.-> hold liulldlng I071-I-I4-23 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DIXON'S GROVE RADIO SERVICE. at 1488 Main Highway, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of fafrC'rBllU flaWI "' Dade County, Flo: 10/2-9-1S-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under The fictitious name of HALEY'S BAR, at 1104 S W. 8th St.. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County. Florida. FRANK D. HALEY MARTHA W. HALEY KESSLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 West Flagler St. 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31128B In Re: ESTATE OF ROSE SINOKIt. l)eceased To AlTCredltors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ROSE SINGER, dec..i.e.I late of Washington, District of Columbia, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offlcea In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or name will be barred. Date September 27, A.D. 19i3. THELMA SILVERMAN. As Ancillary Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ROSE SINGER, Deceased. GEORGE CHKRTKOF Attorney for Executrix 10/2-9-l*-2l IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 2849 BETTY HARRIS, Plaintiff, VH. SAMUEL A. LEWIS. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: SAMUEL A. LEW IS c/o Gert N. Wexler 3230 Pasadena. Detroit, Michigan YOU ARE HEREBY Ni iTIFIBD that a Common Law action has been filed against you in the Small Claims Court in and for Dade County, Florida by BETTY HARRIS and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or .pleadings to the Complaint |gf'e attorney, George incoln Road, Miami M file the original Answer dr pleadings in the office of the Clerk pf the Small Claims Court, Miami, Florida, or appear to defend the action, on or before the 2nd day of November, 1953, at 9:00 a.m.: said date bring the date of trial In the above entitled cause; otherwise. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demamted in the Complaint. i •' Dated this 28th day of September, 1953. Clerk of Small Claims Court R. W. GREESON, Deputy (Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 10/2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, PLA. No. 162473-D BETTY KILMER, Plaintiff \s. LARRY KILMER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. Pvt. Larry Kilmer, 1195832, July Repl. Draft Me AS., S.S. Air F.M.F. Pad, Kl Toro, Santa Ana. California are required to file your answer to the Bill of Complaint for divorce with the clerk of the above court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1303 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida on or bef.nr iictoher 30, 19i3 or else complaint will he taken as confessed. Dated September It, ttSS. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By V. B. Mac UAH I :.N. (Seal) Deputy Clerk l/U-tB 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOTHAL, at P. O. Box 801. Miami Beach 39, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PETER SOBEL SKLWYN LEVENTHAL 9/18-25 — 10/2-9 V0GUST BROS io/ l> KirJMr' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBS WOODCRAFTKRS. at 1119 Northeast 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANGEL ROSS Bl'RNETT ROTH Attorney for Ross Woodcrafters 412 Congress Building 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HECTORS BAR & GRILL, at i21 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAT FUGGI KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACADEMY BCSINEBS BROKERS, at 809 Professional Building, Miami. Ha., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. : CHARLES JULIUS (Sole Owner) 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 162612-J ELAINE RARER, Plaintiff, RICHARD RARER, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO; HU'HAUH RARER I't. Washington Avenue vor'\^r''..^r,:.lY k N,ir.K,KD that a Bill Ol Complaint for Divorce l,..s I n filed against you ami V" ;,,,. hereby required to serve %  or your answer to said B f Complaint on Plaintiff*! attorney and file the original Answer In the oRHN "' the Clark of the Circuit Court, on or before October 19. I9i3: otherwise the allegation, of ald Bill of Corn.,la In will bo lake*, as confessed against ""Sated this 16th day of September, l9 "" E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. JR.. (Seal) BSE* 1 Clerlt GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Pluintlfi 4Mi Ltaooln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring 1 to engage In business under the fictitious name of VENECL'B. at Dade County, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JUAN RIOS MONTENEGRO 9/18-23 — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAPRI TIES, at 222 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A & B TIES, INC. owner of 100% WARREN, KLEIN. LKHRMAN. SHORKNSTEIN A KLINE Attorneys for A XB Ties, Inc. i;ni Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FU. 9/18-25 — ,10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BOINBLL ORIGINAL at i S.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. OARY. OF MIAMI. INC. "STANLEY MC.HJO& Attorney for Applicant •05 Lincoln" Road 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31053A In Re: -ESTATE OF CHARLES WASSEK. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against .••ii.I Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CHARLES WASSER. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date September 23, A.D. 1953. NETTIE H. WASSER and STANLEY H. WASSER As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES WASSER, Deceased. LEONARD J. KALISII Attorne] for Executors 10/2-'.i-l-23 LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME — GREETING: This Is to certify that, wli. Benjamin Fllnk, Miami, Fla. Hilda It. Mink, Miami, Fla. Dorothy A. Schwlngeiy Miami, Us did on the 2nd day of January, A.D. 1948, cause to be Incorporated it ml the provisions of Chapter |IMI!>. I.. of Florida, Acts of in:;:,. BOUTHWES PLUMBINO sri'i'i.v, INC., %  i atlon, with its principal place of Imness at Miami, Dade County, In the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation dlt on the 12th day of May, A.D IM9, cause to be HI, d In this office Certificate of Amendment Changing its Corporate Name to -HEPP SUPPLY, INC. and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 2."th day r>( September, A.D. 1953. cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders und-r the provisions of said Chapter 1W1. Laws of Florida. Acts of Lilt, shon Ing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State Li. satisfied thnt the requirements of Law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. T have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Oreat Baal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital. this the twenty-fifth day ot September, A.D. 1953. (SEAL) R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State. I0/2/iyl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TOWN HOUSE, at 150 20th Street, Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. H. A. R. Inc. A. 3. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 350 Lincoln Rd. 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAINT PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTORS, at 1119 S.W. First Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1/il'IS BILVERMAN SAM SILVERMAN PETE SILVERMAN ALBERT BLE1CH Owners 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 e NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 162499 WILLLIAM VAN MANEN, Jr.. Plaintiff, vs. ELIZABETH VAN MANEN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ELIZABETH VAN MANEN, 106 Eleventh Avenue. Hawthorne. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPI-VN, 650 Keybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of October, 1933. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. '. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Mlnml. Florida, this 8th day of September, A.D. 19M. & n LEATHERMAN, Clerk, cu, nit Court, Dade County, Florida. By M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) 1 put* Clerk MYERS. HEIMAN .v.KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Srvbold Building, Miami, Florida — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE BIO WHEEL DRIVE-IN. at 5253 Southwest t2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD T. PALKY SEYMOUR PALEY SHEINER SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants :iiil Roper Building, Miami, Florida 9/11-18-25 — 10/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTR. IN CHANCERR. No. 162414 GRACE HOFFMAN, Plaintiff, vs. CARL J. HOFFMAN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CARL J. HOFFMAN. R.F.D. #1, Telford, Pennsylvania. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYERS, HEIMAN A KAI'LAN. 6..0 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of October, 1953. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I'l.i HUDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of September, A.D. 19iJ. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By M. R. MURRAY. (Circuit Court 8eal) Deputy Clerk. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90575 In Re: ESTATE OF EUGENE FINE, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of EUGENE FINE, deceased late of Hamilton County, Ohio, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eigUt calendar months from the date of B first publication hereof. Said cbklraa or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be swo; i !.. and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. • Date Bepttember 18, A.D. 1953. JEAN PINE, As Ancillary Executrix of the l^ist Will and Testament of EUGENE FINE, Deceased. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attornev for Ancillary Executrix 9/23 — 10/2-9 18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IB HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of BONDED MORTGAGE COMPANY, at 207-9 Pan American Bank Building, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM II. GRONER ALEX YOUNGERMAN NORMA MINSKY MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners fi.",n Sevbold Building 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 Circuit Court Seal f.iii Sevbold Building, Miami, Florida., ,,,., b 10/2-9-16-2S 9/11-18-23 — 10/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO oil.AN BAR, at 6455 S.W. Sth Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NEAL Jk CECELIA DOYLE KESSLER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 W. Flagler St. t/ll-ll-2* — 10/X NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N A M F" LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AX4?INE CIGARETTE SERVICE COMPANY, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY TOISTER 1/lt-tS — 10/2-9 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51158 Notice Is hereby given that NATHANIEL W SIEGED, holder of City of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Numbered Ml, dated the 4th day of June. A.D. 1931, has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following describe property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 13, Block 53, Studio Addition to Hlaleah, Plat Book 9, Page 5, in the City of Hialeah. County of Dade, State of FlorThe assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of UNKNOWN. Unless sail Certificate shall he redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue there"'" on the 28th day of October. A D. L5S. Dated this Sth day of September, AD Tj E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. Hterrett. Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 10641 Btacayns Blvd., Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cuunty, Florida. GLORIA ROMERO MOLINA FRED T, w Al.sii in ^-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! TR. J-wih Florldlan %  *> Beits TOUT ltMjal nottctkB. Wt uv pndkOm ye*. patronage) and guaran**• cj RXUi atB •anrlo* at legal rate*. Phon. 2-1141 tor msMng Btsrrlea. SEITUN cS COMPANY v: PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAQII PHONE 9-3836 IB N. K. B n ST. MIAMI SB. *"LA.



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DAY. OCTOBER 2. 1953 *Pmrlsti fhrkUan PAGE 3 ,f 0 rm, Liberal Congregations To Honor Movement At October 11th Dinner dinner to commemorate the k anniversary of the national Ltions of the Amer.can Be1 and Liberal Judaism MoveI, will be held at the Saxony *, on Sunday evening, October L a ,er Miami's three Reform Liberal congregations will parr' in the affair dedicated to T Movement in this area A Lil party is scheduled at the Lv for 6 p.m. Dinner will fol|at 7:15 p.m.. with the program kg place at 8:15. L> sponsoring Committee here Lies the spiritual and lay |ers of Temple Beth Sholom, L Beach, Temple Israel, MiTand the Coral Gables Jewish |er Named are Babbis Leon fcish. Joseph Narot and Morris > Serving with them will be I EH, Louis Krensky and ShepaBroad, of Temple Beth Sholom; |am D. Singer and Harold Thurman, of Temple Israel; and Meyer Baskin, Herman Fisher and George Chertkof, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. <• Max Orovitz has been named general chairman of the affair. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Beligion, will be guest speaker. A distinguished Babbi and educator, he is also a noted archaeologist. During 20 years of Biblical archaeology in Palestine and Transjordan, he made discoveries which revolutionized the world's knowledge of Bible lands in antiquity and demonstrated the Bible's authenticity as a source of history. Dr. Glueck is the discoverer of King Solomon's copper mines and his port city, Ezlon-Geber, on the Gulf of Akibah. Cincinnati born, he studied for the Rabbinate at the Hebrew Union College, where he was ordained in 1923, At ordination, he was awarded the College's Henry S. Morgenthau Fellowship for the Dr. Ne/ion Glueck years 1924-27. Those years were spent in research and study at the Universities of Berlin, Heidelberg and Jena and at the American School of Oriental Besearch in l'alesune. lie revived u lc ^hu (leKree at the University of Jena in 1927. 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Bk^ajjja Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 27—Number 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS esident's Refugee Act Labeled Discriminatory „ier Truman Advisor Says New Law Adopts Abuses of >rran Legislation; Condemns Watkins Letter To Eisenhower LTIMORE (JT A)—Philip B. (an, who was Solicitor General United States for many described the Eisenhower lustrations Refugee Act this is even worse than the Men-Walter Act. Mr. Perlman Ihi' act, which was described le new Administration as a |al achievement," was actualTie most discriminatory, the %  restrictive and generally the |piece of (immigration) lefcisin the nation's history. |e Refugee Relief Act of 1953 sly adopts the discriminaland the other abuses of the Iran-Walter Act and then new ones, so drastic in scope I destroy the hopes of many ave been dreaming of a sale in the United States," he Vs head of a seven-member fcssion appointed by former Jent Truman to study immilegislation, Mr. Perlman lanuary turned in a report complete revision of the ran-Walter Act. [Perlman said there has been empt to confuse tha immigrasue so that the public would Ithe new Refugee Relief Act fvision of the McCarran-Walct, in line with President bower's campaign pledge. He %  ally decried a letter written esident Eisenhower on Au51st by Senator Arthur V. as, chairman of the Senate ^ration Subcommittee, which that nothing be changed in cCarran-Walter Act until the f953 emergency law expires ee and one^half years. [is to be hoped," Mr. Perlaid, "that the President will enator Watkins' letter into %  stebasket where It belongs." erlman's criticisms of the Adration's Refugee Relief Act nany and specific. He pointthat: be law admits about 98,000 grants annually, although President Eisenhower had asked for 120.000 per year. In this respect, he noted that the 58,000 does not absorb the unused immigration quotas of the North and West European nations. 2. The law, originally intended to help solve over-population problems, as well as provide for more refugees, was "emasculated in the Senate" to such an extent that a limited number of visas for nonrefugee Italians, Greeks and Netherlanders who are close relatives of American citizens and resident aliens are "the sole vestige left." 3. The law allows Congress to "usurp" executive duties by ordering deportations, if Congress so desires, of aliens who entered this country before July 1st, this year, as non-immigrants. 4. The law fails to state to which countries persons failing to win Congressional approval will be deported. Thus, there is the threat that some persons may be deported to homelands they fled to avoid religious or political persecution. 5. The law is "replete with conditions and prohibitions and qualification" which require immigrants to give proof they are not displacing other persons in this country from housing or employment. 6. The law—and Mr. Perlman emphasized this point—allows consular and immigration officers to refuse aliens visas if the officer has "reason to believe" the alien is ineligible. This gives such officers dangerous arbitrary powers, he said. Mr. Perlman made these remarks in an address before the Baltimore chapter of Americans for Democratic Action. An expert in the field of immigration law, Mr. Perlman has been highly commended by major Jewish organizations for his work as chairman of the commission established by President Truman to study immigration and naturalization problems. Report on Reparations Talk with Raab Government "trry S. Trmmmm hit ttady farfc-ftM NEW YORK (JTA) — Details on his talks with the Austrian Government on Jewish elaims against Austria were given here this week by Dr. Nahum Goldman, chairman of the Jewish Agency, following his return from Vienna where he met with Austrian Chancellor Dr. Julius Raab. Dr. Goldman said that four major claims against Austria for material losses suffered by Jews under Nazi rule are now being studied by the Austrian Cabinet. Tbe claims presented by the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria, of which Dr. Goldman is president and which represents the major Jewish organizations of the Western world are: 1. Present Austrian legislation to indemnify victims of Nazi persecution in Austria should be extended to embrace thousands of former Austrians who have resettled and acquired citizenship in other countries. There appears to be agreement on this point between the Austrian government and the Committee, Dr. Goldman said, and the Raab government has taken some initial steps to meet this demand. 2. The Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria is seeking a settlement for heirless Jewish property. The funds accruing under such settlement would be used to finance Nazi refugee rehabilitation programs abroad. Some of this money would go into a special fund to assist indigent members of the present Jewish community in Austria. Before the Anschluss, Austria had a Jewish population of 190,000. The survivors found refuge in other lands. The present AustrianJewish population is estimated at between 9,000 and 10,000. 3. The Nazi government sequestered all Jewish bank accounts, and the Committee demands that these be unfrozen and returned to their legitimate owners. The Austrian government maintains that these accounts are no longer available, having been withdrawn by the German Reich. Settlement of this issue may require negotiations between the German and Austrian governments. 4. The Committee is also demanding the return of, or compensation for, furniture and other Jewish household goods sold on the block by the Austrian government after the Anschluss. "Jewish material losses in Austria under Nazi rule exceeded $1,200,000,000," Dr. Goldman said. "As in the case of Germany, the Jews are asking repayment" for only a fraction of these stupendous losses. Our claims arc based on a sober and realistic appraisal of Austria's financial capacity. It would be morally indefensible, on the other hand, to abandon these grant losses." One of Israel's growing exports, oils extracted from citrus peels, received a boost this week with the arrival in Ramat Gan of new compressing machinery. At the Israel Bondaided Assis plant above, the oil is extracted from the peel after the juice has been removed from the fruit. Protest US Boycott of Exhibition in Jerusalem WASHINGTON (JTA) — The United States Government regards Israel's Conquest of the Desert exhibition which opened in Jerusalem as an "official function" and will not attend because this government does not recognize the legality of the local of the Israel Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, a State Department spokesman declared here. The spokesman said American Embassy officials may attend the exhibition after the opening but were purposely avoiding the political implications they felt would be attached to appearing at the opening in an official capacity. The American Zionist Council notified Secretary of State John Foster Dulles that it deplored his action barring American diplomats from participation in Israel's Conquest of the Desert exhibition. Louis Lipsky, chairman of the redid Malenkov Will Ape Stalin Policies EW YORK (JTA)—The "prou'y" that the Malenkov Govment in the Soviet Union will *y on the anti-Semitic program •he lst years of the Stalin re>< %  was predicted here by Ja1 Blaustein, president of the >encan Jewish Committee, ad"ss'ng a dinner at which the %  it Defense Appeal inaugurates A^ 11 phase of its campaign 55.000.0O0 for maintaining the 'vties of the AJC and the ai B'rith Anti-Defamation tgue ^'•ng the appointment of Ntkita Khrushchev to the post of secretary of the Communist Party as evidence of Moscow's anti-Jewish attitude, Mr. Blaustein said: "Under Krushchev's governorship of the Ukraine, just after the war, Jews were not only openly insulted and discriminated against, they were physically assaulted. You will have to go back to the days of the Czar to match these occurrences." Mr. Blaustein attacked the McCarran Immigration Act as "the crudest kind of racialism written rnto our country's basic laws." He also pointed out that the emergency law permitting the entry of 214,000 people over a period of almost three and a half years embodies provisions "so comprehensive and at the same time so petty that even a dog might have trouble getting security clearance for admission into the country." He said that "the emergency measure is going to help keep the McCarran Act in force by misleading people into imagining that the bad features of the act have been gotten around somehow." Philip Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith, echoing Mr. Blaustain's warning against complacency in the fight against discrimination, said: "Because a few victories have been achieved some people have jumped to the conclusion that the battle has been won. The result has been a certain lessening in the sense of urgency that impells our continuing efforts. This we must never forget—so long as the rights of any one group are threatened the civil and human rights of all are in jeopardy." Council, said in a message to Secretary Dulles that "the American Zionist Council strongly deplores your instructions to American diplomatic and consular officers in Israel to refrain from attending the opening ceremonies of the Conquest of the Desert exposition in Jerusalem. "This non-governmental exhibition, dedicated to humanity's struggle to reclaim the waste spaces of the earth," said Mr. Liusky, "has been attended by representatives oi Allied Governments and enjoys the participation of various agencies of the United Nations. American failure to be represented on this occasion exhibits not only an unwarranted disregard of international amenities, but it is also a harsh affront to the cause of economic betterment in the Middle East to which the United States is fully committed. "We urge you to rescind these and other restrictions on the movement of United States government personnel within a country to which the United States is closely bound by ties of friendship and common tradition," the Council pleaded. It was reported in, unofficial circles that Britain, among other major world powers, sent representatives to attend the exhibition. An unidentified spokesman quoted Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill as explaining that the Jerusalem exhibit was unpolitical in nature and that he could see no conflict between his Government's sending representatives to attend the exhibit and the current Holy City controversy. 4 %  i



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.rssF^ss Uv OCTOBER 2, 1953 ^J^wisJifhrlHUnn PAGE 13 \Miami Window. Irshall Wolper, insurance exe|e has been named secretary L Miami Beach Junior ChamIf commerce. A former ChicaI he was chairman of the JunJlvrnpics Committee of the Mifecacli Jaycees and helped or\c the recent swimming meet Ihildren at the MacFaddenIville pool last month Dan\ Mahoney, publisher of The ti Daily News, will be chairof the annual dinner of the bnal Conference of Christians jews here early in 1954. The hion was announced in Miami I. D. Wcissbuch, chairman of |Board of Directors, and Dr. H. Cunningham, executive [tor of the NCCJ Florida Reme R Toffler has been president of the Florida I Control Association for the Ijj year. Purpose of the group to deal with careless or unbulous persons who do not ad[to fair trade practices in pest h>l business here J. H. : is new president of the Dade |ty ('(immunity Chest. Vice dents include Sam H. McCorgeneral manager of the HiaTRace Course; B. Hiram BlakIvice president of Burdine's; regor Smith, president of the da Power 4 Light Company; )r. H. Franklin Williams, vice dent of the University of Mi[Former president, Leonard L. was selected as treasurer. [r.g another term as secretary Stanley Milledge piling of a new Seven Up Botplant at 37th Street and Miami Avenue is scheduled bex! month. President of the company is Sherman Tobin. 1 structure was designed by ItMl Charles Giller The Florida Chapter of the ritis and Rheumatism Foundarecently organized here, inBs among its Board members Sydnej U'eintraub. Heading j|roup is George A. Brautigam, attorney Currently draw|>lans for the celebration of NaEmploy t h e Physically dicapped Week in Dade County pctober 4th through 11th, are McArthur, general chairman; Zitter, representing handicapIworkers; Jonathan Bliss, state foyment service; Leo Axlrod, ni Chamber of Commerce; R. |oberts, Jr., chairman of heavy stry; and I. A. Daniel, execuI secretary r-bert M. Deehl, Miami attorhas qualified as a candidate [County School Trustee from District No. 1. A Miami resident for 17 years, Deehl attended the University of Florida College of Law and has been practicing since 1949. He is a World War II veteran and resides at 610 Curtis Wood Drive, Biscayne Key ... Reappointed to North Bay Village posts are City Manager S. D. Erdelyi, Fire Chief Sam Hyman, Police Chief David Walker, City Attorney Joseph A. Wanick and Municipal Judges William Brody and Clemen Ehrlich. Named to new posts as prosecutor and assistant city attorney were Albert M. Lehrman and Gilbert Frank A non-profit corporation charter has been presented to the newly organized Club 14. The social club it headed by Max Goodman, president. Other offj c^ri Jnc lu.de Max Bernstein, vice president: Dundee, secretary; Sam yVeissman, treasurer; and A. J. Kaplan, attorney for the group Manuel Lubel, of 1975 SW 17th Court, will run from District No. 1 in the November 3rd County School Trustee election Marwin S. Cassel, president of the newly formed Surfside Golden Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, has announced that the group's constitution is being submitted to the National Junior Chamber of Commerce for approval. Other officers include Ben Dick and Jay Bucemi, vice presidents; Richard Schwartz, secretary; and Gordon Higgenbotham, treasurer Among newly licensed optometrists honored at a Monday evening dinner by the Southeast Florida Optometric Association at the Seven Seas Restaurant were Drs. Herbert Alan Brautman, 100 SW 30th Road; Charles Edward Cushman, 1260 NW 33rd Street; Philip Sawelson, 2348 SW 26th Lane; Bernard Weiss, 1145 NE 126th Street; Jojseph Fcldberg, 15-B Madeira Avenue; Stanley Wallman, 6856 Ab' bptt Awwic: Sheldon Dobkin, 50 | South Shore Drive; Stanley R. Harris, 116 North 13th Avenue; and I Arthur I. Eichner, 1826 Madison I Street, Hollywood 1,008 School Children To Hear Concert By Jerold Frederic At Dade Auditorium Over 1,000. school children will be among the invited guests for a Sunday afternoon concert on October 18th, at the Dade County Auditorium to hear pianist Jerold Frederic. The concert will be sponsored by interested music patrons of Greater Miami in cooperation with Howard A. Doolin, supervisor of Music Education in the Dade County Public Schools. Arrangements have been made for the elementary and high school students to be admitted without charge. Selection of the school children guests will be made by Mr. Doolin and his staff who are preparing a questionnaire to highlight each pupil's interest in musical appreciation. Plans are also being made to accommodate musically interested students from private schools. From the initial effort a plan will be formulated that will have a two-fold purpose — to give children an opportunity to hear some of the country's outstanding concert artists in full recital and to aid students showing unusual talent in voice or one of the major instruments by presenting them in public appearance before a large representative group of listeners. The latter will be effected by the formation of an Auditioning Committee of musical authorities w!Bte **£-"' ?"* :WH V i ^(5 town above are strings of Wilno Kosher hot dogs as they P me ou from the assembly line. In here, under sanitary pillions, Duxe beef which is scientifically prepared and exF% blended with spices, is stuffed into casings. From this fpartment, millions of Wilno Kosher franks are transferred r^modern smoke house for the final operation. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE W41 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 *e Public Leams Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays who will examine and select un usually gifted applicants. The pra ject will be among the first of its kind in the nation. Mr. Herman Binder has been invited to act as consultant for the promotion of the above arrangements. Jerold Frederic, guest artist at the October 18th concert, has been hailed by critics as "one of the most significant pianists of our day." The distinguished young artist has played over 500 engagements in colleges and universities throughout the country. On the list of patrons for Mr. Frederic's appearance are Dr. Bertha If. Foster, president of the Musicians Club of America; Dean John Bitter, director of the University of Miami Symphony; Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of the Miami Symphony; Arturo di Filipi, director of the Miami Opera Guild; Howard A. Doolin, director of Music Education, Dade County Public Schools; Mrs. Albert Pick, immediate past president of the Symphony Club, University of Miami; Mrs. Claude A. Renshaw, founder president, Symphony Club. University of Miami; and Leonard Keller, former president of the Metropolitan School of Music, Chicago. The committee on invitations is inviting other civic and social leaders from Dade County who are interested in youth music education to participate as patrons, according to Alice Hailparn, chairman. Mrs. Melnick Heads Szold Hadassah Group Mrs. Harold Melnkwill be installed president of the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah during ceremonies slated for the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday, October 6th, at 11:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will be installing officer. Others who will assume posts are the Mesdames Barnett Beckerman, Phillip Hacker, Moses Mescheloff, Harry Rogers and Harry Rosen, vice presidents; Sam Jacob, treasurer. Miss Lillian Danzinger, financial secretary; the Mesdames Frances Entine, corresponding secretary; Nellie King, social secretary; and Gables Center Meeting Meyer A. Baskin will preside at a meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. A special program will be presented under the supervision of Rabbi Morris Skop and Sidney Birk, program chairman. Judge Giblin Will Speak Judge Vincent D. Giblin will be guest speaker at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Men's Club breakfast on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. ft Compare I titut n& Ottilie Rosenberg, recording secretary. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice president of the Florida region, will address the new officers, and Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, chapter president, will deliver the invocation. 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?AGE 4 +Jm*isiirk)rMk*n JSg^OCTpBQt \ Published every Friday sines 1927 by th Jswish F or.cjian at MS. N. E Sixth Street. Miami IS. Florida Entered at second-clasa ma'ter July 4. 1930, at tfce Post C'fice 01 Miami. Fla.. under tne Act of March 1. H7. The Jewish Fforidian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Aflency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World%  C* Ntwi Service. National SOttonai Association, Amcr. :aa Asaociatioa of English-JeMrish Nsanrspapera*. Florida Press Association. FHED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN News Editor wJenisti florid tan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E Sixth Stree Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish FV>ridian does not runctee the Kash ruth ol the merchandis.advert IM : Friday. October 2. 1953 Volume 27 Numbei 40 Tishri 23. 5714 Which Side Is Our Leadership Wooing 9 The time is rapidly approaching when US leadership will have to make a firm and conclusive stand in terms of its foreign policy and :he tension-ridden Near East. Thusfar. our Government has managed to straddle the fence and to avoid the direct opprobrium of the area's two major factions — Israel and the Arab rue nations. Since the change of administrations in Wash:.-.. there have been constant avowals of friendship made by American leadership toward the Jewish State. But in the face of these avowals, obvious shifts in high level attitudes are taking place. Reduction in Mutual Security Aid allocations represents one in a series cf During The Week... A. i Se %  T LEO MUTDLW this has been construed by the Arab nations as representing a sianificant change in policy toward the Jewish State. Such an un fortunate interpretation of the event was given added intelligence this week when leaders from five Near Eastern countries arrived in the United States for a special study cf "conquest of the desert" methods aimed at helping the area by permitting them to observe American techniques employed in water spreading throuah Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona. New Mexico and Texas. MUCH IS BEING WRITTEN ABOUT Wisconsin SerT Carthy these days. We see his name in tl.TS !" ^ *• J editions of our newspapers. We hear him quoted on m1^ watch his antics before a Congressional investigating C( ll, V graphed for television. The just and the free wake ?!" tW ph I thoughts to find him still there, not shaken off „ewr unplea scene of political reverie. America's new social conscience TSfiH watchdog of loyalty whose definitions and categoric, arc iron^'H whose opinion of our nation's citizens is crude and down-.-v,, d m Although a superman among his peers and a cr?a?ur* lE^' antics are above question. McCarthy U obviously unable ,„?!" !" all the facets of the giant task he has cut out for himself HI, ^ TO staff of investigators who aid him in his work is co^ J? "nation's new elite, an "American unooror,,.^" _, '" p ? sed of Iks nation's new elite, an •American underground" of pro! p 0, T erS 2*! !? ,h 11 t sk t0 un !" ver former CommunS^!** Party members and intellectual liberals who. in McCarthy'. Zi w" e| Commie inclinations/' The methods this elite corps ernp^.* unbelievable and might not have come so quickly toVht £, j two of its members 26-year-old juveniles who grew overt* \mZ !" !l with themselves while trying to outdo their mentor. ,mpr H These two young men in question, under Senator McCarthy s „r^\ and in the short space of a few days, blazed a trail of official i£ on the European continent last Spring that captured the fanev 7Z\ I Austrian. German and British press and exposed our Govrmm" .' • I Israel was not asked to participate in the j veAigation processes to the detriment of US prestige ahroaH TU special study owing to fears of administration j young men are two Jews. Roy M. Cohn and G. David Schi Tk!l officials that the Arab3 might be offended. It [ former is a native New Yorker and the only son of a judae mThe I nnnom ihrrt Irrr1nn r-rTT> T oKrrnnn Cr..J; Polldtc Division of the Snnrem/i fmiri ik. u o. -.__?. *M y .-^a Gi:occuons represents one m a series oi officials that the Arab3 might be offended. It| ormer is a native New Yorker and the only son of a jud-mlh ,. its between the US and Israel, with the Arab appears that Jordan. Egypt, Lebanon. Saudii I*"** Division of the Supreme Court there. He attended < olunAk ations receiving an increasing number of Arabia and Iran are thus rightly led to feel that Co le S e nd Columbia Law School. The latter is a member of the Mm nations favors. It seems to us that Israeli spokesmen have never asked for special considerations. Recognizing thct their Government was part of the .'arger Near Eastern scheme, they consistently called for fair play and equal treatment Now. -ey ae being squeezed against the wall by c new sort cf American "impartiality." While Washington has made little or no effort in the UN to untangle the Jerusalem snarl, it currently makes hearty protests against the moving of the Israeli capital. As part of this protest, an Israel-sponsored Conquest Of The Dessert exhibit in the Holy City iast week was ignored by American representatives despite the fact that it was a nonpolitical affair attended by spokesmen of most cf the world 8 major powers. As we see it. Simchath Torah Jews throughout the world, as in Greater Miami, are celebrating Simchath Torah. This 5 en ancient observance that in all probability has no other parallel among the religions of mankind. Simchath Torah symbolizes the Jewish faith in scholarship and a reverence for Biblical law. I? marks our people's faith in a way of life based on study, and it reaffirms a tradition whose cge challenges c ? hoariness of just about all other prevalent cultures. The significant thing about Simchath Torah :s that it brings to an end the year's readings in the Bible and inaugurates a new cycle in which the Bible is read anew. As such, it symbolizes the general cycle of Jewish existence throughout the ages and emphasizes the fact that this existence will continue on the face of the earth just as long as Simchath Torah ;s observed. For our people's continued identity and its respect for the Book are one and the same. As the Nation of the Book, we shall continue to flourish. What's Going On? Senator Pat McCcrron last week publicly doubted that President Eisenhower will lead a drive to revise the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act at next year's Congressional session. His remarks came after a private conference with the President. Senator Arthur V. Watkins. chairman of the Joint Congressional Immigration Committee, at the same time urged Mr. Eisenhower to seek no cnanges in the present immigration law. He called the efforts of Senator Lehman and others to secure changes "largely political moves." Senator Watkins explained that the President's own Emergency Immigration Act had done much to reduce criticism of the McCarran Act and that "when the present emergency act terminates, we will be in a position to suggest revisions in the permanent act if they are required." This may very well mean that the Administraiion intends doing nothing about the McCarran Act for at least another two years. Senator McCarran insisted that the President must not be quoted but that his opinion regarding the permanency of his leaislation was based on statements which Mr. Eisenhower had made. We quietly wonder if there is any connection between these two incidents. Arabia and Iran are thus rightly led to feel that the US has begun to abandon its heretofore friendly policy toward the Jewish State. But. it seems to> us that these "polite" changes in attitude will have to be brought to a headWith the latest Syrian threats against Israel brought on by its drainage projects in the Huleh region and its rejection of UN truce chief Maior General Vagn Bennike's demand to halt the operations, our Government will once and for all have to speak out and tell the world where it stands. Schine family, proprietors of a chain of hotels one of which stands' the Miami Beach oceanfront. ^1 In addition, young Mr. Schine is a composer of no mean note & has written and published a number of songs, among them Pleas* s Yes Or Its Goodbye. Whether or not this musical composition n product of his days at the Phillips Andover Academv and HarvJ College one would be hard put to say. But it is clear that neither h, nor Cohn was driven into the world of McCarthy by the necessity nfi failure that lead so many disenchanted Bolsheviks to give themselwjj IN THE SPACE OF SEVENTEEN DAYV Cohn and Schine visile,! ten cities m seven European countries last Spring. The official emis-! sanes of Senator McCarthy, they found themselves nontheless hard put to explain the reason for their fare-free junket. In Pan-, thev told the press that they were looking for inefficient in Government offices overseas. In Bonn, they explained that they were in the process of uncovering subversives. In Munich, puzzled officials sought to discover which of the two reasons really brought them to Europe, and Cohn this time concluded that it was both. -Efficiency he said, inAuslrian Restitution Dr. Nahum Goldmann has just returned to the United States, following his discussions on Jewish material claims against Austria with Chancellor Julius Raab. Dr. Goldmann reports 25 T. conc luded that was both-Efficiency he said, "inthat Jewish losses in Austria, dating Soxn | SlSStLVSj^S'XZ^^ """^ onTbSSo SZ Q ^ 8Um eXCeedmg | f ^ ine mih, have answered more intelligently Hi, early claim one billion dollars. to fame and the work that catapulted him into the post of chief cosThis figure staggers our imagination, and | s uant to McCarthy's committee is a six-page pamphlet he wrote, placed alongside the 5822.000,000 settlement i ^^""'on Of Communism, bearing the insignia of the Schine Hotel recently reached with the West German Gov' ernment for losses there, Vre are again put in mind of the vast destruction heaped upon European Jewry by the Nazi regime. Dr. Goldmann reported that, as in the case of the Bonn agreement, Jews will ask repayment from Austria for only a fraction of these stupendous losses. We need hardly note that the German-Austrian accounting represents but one part of the complete picture. Efforts aimed at receiving restitution for losses incurred by chain. In any case, when the team arrived in Rome, they found it necessary to come up with a completely different explanation for their 5 e u'" Washin S ton Senator McCarthy told the press that Conn and Schine were sent abroad to bring back a report on the amount at! money that had been spent "in putting across the Truman administn\ tion in Europe. The investigators were apparently perplexed, tat spokesman Cohn retorted: "We haven't heard about that Anvthin, the chairman of our committee says, if he says it. goes with us." what the duo accomplished in any one of these categories is diffr cult to fathom, but their well-publicized presence on the continent robbed our nation of a good deal of its dignity. They consorted with i young German journalist. Wolfgang Loehde. who is regarded by both Jews in countries; now bdlted ttw btt Curtain ^S"nmuZl^mJ^^ "' Sf"^ J" *" ^2Ti!! have nSnssfan fmlaH -emng political intelligence to anyone who will buy it. Loehde behave thusfar failed. came their underground source of information on "disloyal IS cituens With the apparently billions of dollars in' overseas. They consulted Hermann Aumer. a former Bunde-tag reprematerial wealth stolen by Third Reich Ger-: sen,atlv ousted in October. 1950. when he sold his vote to an oil many and the millions oi defenseless souls! fmpanv A ^l* 1 l ^ y made friends with Mrs. Hede Massing, divorced they methodically slaughtered. Dr. Goldmann's observation that Jews are claiming only a fraction of their losses "based on a sober and realistic appraisal of Germcny's and Austria's financial capacity" appears to us noble indeed. :*"v*C •*/-2 w> Maligning The Dead ., ---•' .......uo mui i.ii. ntue masMiiL-. ui>uiv* wue of Gerhart Eisler. the Cominfbrm agent who jumped bail in this countryto become one of the leaders of the Grotewohl Government in hast Germany. Several d*ys later, in a major hotel lobby in Vienna and before i multitude of official dignitaries. Cohn and Schine had a difference of opinion. The two 26-year-olds chased each other around a sofa until Schine cornered Cohn and hit him over the head. > < ON APRIL 5, 1953, COHN AND SCHINE arrived in Bonn to charge I ," dor f Ka *han. acting deputy director of the Public Affairs Division of the I S High Commission in Germany, with "Communistic inclinations. The story of Kaghan's subsequent investigation and resignation despite High Commissioner James Conanfs praise of his work, is too complex to reveal here. But it is significant to note that the German i press found in Cohn and Schine "living proof of the fact that the evil* of the police state are as present in the United States in 1953 as they had been in Germany in 1933 ... The symbol of this evil is a couple of bra -h young Jews." In other European cities, the young men visited US Information Centers, took cursory glances at the bookshelves and examined f* cards to see which authors listed were known favorites among the Soviets. Discovering the presence of Theodore Dreiser, they were stopped from committing their greatest folly — demanding a Dreiser burning — when it was pointed out that Mark Twain is also heavily represented in Russian libraries. In all, Cohn and Schine spent approximately seventeen hours it Bonn, twenty hours in Berlin, nineteen hours in Frankfurt, sixty-five hours in Munich, forty-one hours in Vienna, twenty three hours U| Belgrade, twenty four hours in Athens, twenty-five hours in Rome and six hours in London. Yet. thev presumably became European experU on American loyalty in these cities. This is the sort of "fully armed intelligence that subsequently led to the terrorizing and emasculation of the tactically important Voice of America. It is also the sort M fair minded" investigation that produced the posthumous vilifications of Rabbis Judah L. Magnes and Stephen Wise last week. Conn's and Schine's is an incredible storv filled with all the nj ; credible nightmares of the Czech-Jewish writer. Franz Kafka. B w end soon for them; McCarthy's new executive director. Dr. J I Matthews, is reportedly dissatisfied with the chaotic conditions pre>* | lent in the committee's staff. 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PAGE 2 •. knist ncrkMan Greater Miami Hadassah Chapter Will Install Officers At Beach Auditorium The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will open its 1953-54 year with a musical installation of top Chapter officers at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday. October 4th. 8 p.m. The program, which is open to the general public, has been divided into two parts. The installation will be presented in the form of a cantata. Titled, Meet Our New Officers, the text will be narrated by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, immediate past president of the Chapter. The program will be opened with greetings by Mayor Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach. Joseph I'ardo will. be featured vocalist. He will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Louis Adler. Taking office will be the Mesdames Samuel Z. Sakrais. president; William Lee, Moses Mescheloff, Jack Davis and Irving Westin, vice presidents; Emanuel Smith, corresponding secretary; Jack Bernard, recording secretary'; Abe Greenberg. financial secretary: Max Gratz; treasurer; Moses Kries=er. parliamentarian; and Harry Platoff. auditor. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will be installing officer. Mrs. David Drucker will offer a musical solo. The second portion of the program will include an original musical play. Hadassah Holiday, written and directed by Trixie Levin, vith musical direction by Larry DWrin. Participants in the produc •ion include members at large from the eleven groups that constitute the Greater Miami Chapter. Smorgasbord Collects Funds For Trachoma A pot luck smorgasbord by I R Goodman Group of Hadassah was held at the home of Lillian Goodman, presidentelect, on Monday night for members who brought filled eye banks for the Hadassah Medical Center. According to Miss Goodman, the eye banks are dime banks which hold five dollars, the price necessary to cure a human eye of trachoma in Israel. Mrs. Lee Goldman. Hadassah Medical Center coordinator, gave an informal talk on the disease and its cure by HMO. DAY WORKERS 55 t $6 and Fart CoUred Maids-Part Time ar Full Time ia Private Hones Hotel Maids Porters • Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT \B N.E. 1st Ava. Ph. t-MC? No Charge to Employer 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanina — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AT*. OCULISTS Prescriptions Riled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Styles Mrs. Sam at I Sakrais Jewish Floridian Offices Will Observe Holiday Tint erf k es of fhe Jewish Floridioa will remain closes' as the faiiswina days at* this week: SIMCNATM TORAH from Sundown, September 30th, through Sundown, October 3rd (Tharsda, and Friday). Mareie Feingoid Sew Phi Sit/ma Tan President New president of Phi Sigma Tau is Marcie Fcingold. She was installed at a recent affair held in the Garden "Restaurant. Others named to office were Marilyn Edelstein. 1st vice president; Natalie Lang. 2nd vice president; Carol Feldman, recording secretary; Marline Duchon, corresponding secretary; Barbara Seitlin. treasurer; Darlene Rice, parliamentarian-historian; Mad elyn Berg, chaplain. Joyce Silverman, sargeant-atarms; and Marsha Cantor. Paula Edelstein and Connie Gruber, reporters. New Phi Sigma Tau members were also installed at the affair by Sue Sobel. outgoing president. They included Judy Abott. Jackie Cohen. Joan Edelstein, Marley Hyman. Mary Segal, Janice Katz. Sharon Milberg, Judy Sterling, Roberta Fogel, Linda Miller. Barbara Safer. Hermine Robinson and Shelly Swortz. Gordon Attends Clinic Jack D. Gordon, president and director of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, left for Chicago Friday, accompanied by his wife, to attend a promotional clinic sponsored by the Advertising and Business Development Committee of the United States Savings and Loan League. Gordon will return to his desk at Washington Federal on Monday. October 501. Excit ingly Different T aste! ^ Miami Office: 153 N.E. 29th St Phone 82-4731 Call 2-1776 ~MCAUER or S-NAI ntiTrr Het Ahead lAke Ruth and Ted Ask about our Save-for-Success Plan Industrial SAYINGS BANK 44 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. 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jJuTocTCSIyd^ -Jmlstnorldkun PAGE 9 \c meeting will be highlighted le celebration of the 100th ansary of the Jewish CommuCenter movement in America. Southern Section is one of sections through which the inal Jewish Welfare Board |ion> as the national associaof Jewish Community Centers lY.MHAs. The Jewish Centers he South are provided field and programming assist[by the Southern Section-JWB. |J\VB is also the governmentprized agency for serving the lie. welfare and religious of Jewish men and women |ic US Armed Forces, and in anhospitals, and the sponagency of the Jewish Book bol of America, National JewJusic Council, National Jewish Ih Conference and the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau. It represents Jhe American Jewish community in the United Service Organizations. Stanley Myers is president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, which is a constituent member of the Southern SectionJWB. ;. Sirkin Named Chairman of Southern :tion JWB Meeting On Miami Beach M Milton Sirkin. of Miami V has been named chairman _,e eighth annual meeting of [southern Section of the Nail Jewish Welfare Board to be at the Delano Hotel on Noer 7th through 9th, accord%  o Leon Kaplan, of Miami, sec Ipresident. s Sirkin, who is vice presiof the Southern Section, a Iber of the National Executive nittee of the Jewish Center fcion and vice president of the [ter Miami Jewish Community [er. said in accepting the apIment as convention chair•The Greater Miami Jewish nunity Center has been eager he Section Annual Meeting to Bid in Miami for many years. fe are very happy that this {now materialized. Our Conlice Committee has planned a lughl) enjoyable and worthf program which we feel will [{ great value to all Jewish nunity Centers in the South." nong the subjects to be distd at the convention are: (1) [ the Jewish Community Center best serve its community; (2) [relationship of the Jewish hiunity (enter to national Jewfouth groups and other agen[and institutions in the comity; (3) how to serve Jewish lies in suburban areas; (4) the (of Jewish Community Centers \e JWB Armed Services proBarry Geltner Will Attend Navy School Pfc. Barry M. Geltner left for Great Lakes, Illinois, to attend school at the US Naval Training Station there. Geltner recently ended a nineday leave after graduating from recruit training at MCRD in Parris Island, South Carolina. While attending what is one of the Marine Corps' top service schools, he will study technical methods of radio, radar and new electronic developments. Pfc. Geltner was a member of the organized reserve squadron VMF 147 at Master Field before requesting active duty in May. He is a Miami High School graduate and attended the University of Miami before serving in the Marines. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner. Goodman Hadassah Slates Installation Installation of officers for the I B Goodman Group of Hadassah will take place at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday evening, October 14th, 8 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, officiating. A skit entitled, Hadassah Millinery Modes, a musical satire on the work of Hadassah chairmen directed by Lillian Goodman, president-elect, will include the following chairmen: Esther Goodman, Jewish National Fund; Molly Cohen, Hadassah Supplies; Polly Gershon. Youth Aliyah; Rose Lawson, Hadassah Medical Organization; Martha Fabrikant, Vocational Education; Lillian Marx, Education; Molly Katz, American Affairs; Evelyn Brown. Membership; Sadie Alexander, Publicity. Madame Chapeau, Inc., will be Isabclle Rasner and Mrs. H. Pfeffer. Edythe Krepack will be pianist. The quartette will consist of Mrs I. Bernstein, Mrs. Rose Goldner, Frances Lebon and Dorothy Parker. Tots About Town... ^ — Ttaby Photoa by Ardmore BACK TO BACK BUT SMILES AHEAD chuckle Linda and Andrea Rerner, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Remer, 2208 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. I Personally Speaking Coral Gables Chapter Has Member Affairs Coral Gables Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a membership luncheon and card party at the home of Mrs. Sidney Pozen, 2499 SW 20th Street, on Tuesday, October 6th. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Herman Brenner and Mrs. Sidney Suss. Mrs. Georgia Brenner is in charge of reservations, with Mrs. Saul Bodian acting as membership chairman. The group held a membership card party at the home of Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. 19 Montilla Avenue, on Thursday evening. Menorah Card Part"/ The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women w'll hold its weekly menorah card party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, October 7th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs is in charge of arrangements. GS the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' \tU.S. pat. off. Kami %  Miami Beach • Ft Lsuderdale • West Palm Beach <*unLf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2501 or 84-2078 (Evenings) (ii lr Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Ha\ashruth To Celebrate Sukkoth The Labor Zionist Council will hold a Sukkoth celebration on Saturday evening, October 3rd, 8 p.m., at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium, according to an announceDr. and Mrs. George Balben, of I ., __. 4531 SW 15th Street, Miami. an ., "ent by Beryl Morrison, chairman, nounce the birth of their son, Neal | Principal speaker will be Louis Michael, at Mount Sinai Hospital. Schwartzman. executive director of on September 8th. The new arrival the Bureau of Jewish Education. joins his sister Susan Helene, 8,1 %  and brothers Eric David, 6, and Gary Steven, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Graff, of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Balber, of Savannah, Georgia. ft "fr ft Mrs. Ida Hartz, of 2201 South Miami Avenue, left for Woodmere, Long Island, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Russel Brandt, who is recuperating from an operation. Mrs. Hartz is the mother of Mrs. Harry Gordon. ft YS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at I0RRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE DR. BERNARD NEUWIRTH \ Announces the opening of his office for the practice of children's dentistry SUITE 209-210 MIRACLE B10G. 220 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Telephone 83-3933 By Appointment Registrations Now Being Accepted % tmwrc Nursery and Kindergarten 741 DADE BLVD. MIAMI BEACH • Swimming • Transportation • Fully Accredited Staff Spacious Indoor and Outdoor facilities YOUR INSPECTION INVITED! 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[te Special Meet iday For Richard Aer Concert special meeting of the Rich%  ucker Concert Committee wikV fceld in the Algiers Hotel on lav October 4th, at 11 a.m.. las announced this week by 1 Louis Glasser, Greater Miami tman of the Israel Bond Orchard Tucker will be featured [concert at the Miami Beach Itorium on Thursday, October under the auspices of Israel i Tickets are free to all bond .asers, with two tickets given ach bond purchased. sets of $1,000 tickets will ,/en away as prizes at Sun_ meeting in the Algiers HoiRepresentatives of all organIns, societies and synagogues T been invited to attend and Irate in making the October I concert a city-wide event, ting the 3,000th anniversary of pity of Jerusalem. 5. Glasser will give a first report on the National Ecoj; Conference for Israel held fashington this past weekend. headed the Miami delegation, ill Ashkenazy will relate the fess he witnessed in Israel on recent trip and also explain lignificant work being accompd through the sale of State j-ael Bonds. I. Tucker is today one of the | tenors ot the Metropolitan p Company, as well as one of World's outstanding cantors. He had the unique distinction of Jig every one of his roles for |irst time at the Metropolitan. j Mothers Are Honored j Executive Board of the PTA 'emple Beth Sholom honored Mothers of the Religious at a brunch on Tuesday at Shelborne Hotel, according to Lnnouncement by Mrs. Irving Kaplan, PTA president. Mrs. leri Goldman was chairman of Ifunction. X Kanner Addresses Radio Audience ife. .--• % %  Aaron Kanner, a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, addressed a Greater Miami radio audience Monday evening, at the close of a network presentation entitled, The Harvest Years, featuring actress Ruth Chatterton. The dramatic story described the .MattirnifiHHUHMflo of the Joint Distribution Committee in a Village of the Aged in Israel where more than 1,000 persons 60 years old and over have found a haven after years of suffering. Kanner urged Greater Miami THE ROUTE — Richard. Tucker, noted world tenor, will sing .at the Miami Beach Auditorium under auspices of Israel Bonds on October 22nd. Mr. Tucker points out hie concert route to Mrs. Tucker and theki eon, Henry. fUUD RAISING CHAIKMIN I An Exciting Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY | BUILD THE TREASURY of your ORGANIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD Coll Milton Balsam mi THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN Skit Marks Fire Prevention Week Highlight of the fire prevention campaign to be waged before service clubs and other civic groups during the National Fire Prevention Week observance October 4th through 10th by a civic committee cooperating with the fire department will be a skit, Miss Fire Prevention And The Flame Devil. Bookings can be made through the Reverend W. P. Harmon, of the Greater Miami Council of Churches. Miss Fire Prevention is Barbara McCririck, beauty contest winner. Another phase of the National Fire Prevention Week observance will be speakers and films for schools. Children under 14 accounted for more than 2,000 of the 11,000 deaths from fire last year. Property damage was $815,000,000. Ninety per cent of the fires were considered avoidable by insurance underwriters. 2-8212 Reiner Will Head New JWV Post Installation of the new North Shore Jewish War Veterans Post No. 677 will take place at the North Shore Jewish Center on Sunday, October 4th, 8 p.m. Named officers are Mitch Reiner, commander; Sidney Neross, senior vice commander; Eugene J. Schwartz, junior vice commander: A. J. Kaplan, judge advocate; Freddy Koran, quartermaster; Sidney Crown, service officer; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chaplain; Milton L. Ehrenreich, officer of the day; and Irwin H. Makovsky, post physician. Adjutant is Henry A. Kamp. Trustees include Arthur Selevan, three years, Leonard Tobin and Milton S. Koch. Fred Selevan will be sergeant-at-arms, with Mel Greenberg in charge of publicity. A social evening will follow the installation ceremony. Mrs. Florence Pritt will act as chairman. Miami, Beach NCJW Plan Opening: Meet The Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold a joint opening of the Miami and Miami Beach Divisions slated for the Martinique Hotel on October 7th, at 11:15 a.m. Highlight of the meeting will be the installation of section officers, with Mrs. Aaron Farr as installing officer. New section officers are the Mesdames Aaron Kanner, president; Monte Selig, Jean C. Lehman and Nathaniel Levin, vice presidents; Joseph Gleicher, recording secretary; H. B. Leschel, corresponding secretary; Ruth Guthmann, treasurer; and Irving Kobley, auditor. Council members will take part in an original musical playlet. Council Rhapsodies, written by Mrs. Sam Stark. Direction and musical accompaniment is by Mrs. Howard Grove. '• %  <-. Mrs, Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Alexander Robbins are in charge of the meeting. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Albert A. Green, Miami, and Mrs. Barney Modes, Miami Beach. Dr. Hurwitz To Teach Hebrew Courses At U of M Courses in modern Hebrew, both at the elementary and more advanced levels, are again being offered this year at the University of Miami, according to Dr. William P. Dismukes, chairman of the modern languages department. Instructor will be Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, member of the UM faculty who has just returned from Columbia University where he spent the summer as "visiting scholar" in the fields of comparative religion, philosophy of religion and the history of the ancient Near East. Before coming to Miami last spring, Dr. Hurwitz taught at the Hebrew Teachers College of Boston and previously was a graduate assistant at the Boston University Graduate School. He pursued his undergraduate and advanced work at Harvard, Boston University and the Hebrew Teachers College. He has recently completed a book entitled, The Jewish Influences On The Narratives Of The Koran. Jewry, who are currently celebrating Sukkoth, to consider the "living harvest" of people who have come to Israel in the past few years and who have been aided in their resettlement through the many agencies supported by Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal. Kanner urged contributors in this area who have made pledges to meet these obligations quickly in order to get hundreds of thousands of Israel's new citizens out of their shacks and huts and into permanent homes. He pointed out that, in addition to the strengthening program developed in Israel, CJA dollars also build local institutions such as Mount Sinai Hospital, Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Home for the Aged and others. Beth David PTA Meets The Beth David Synagogue PTA will meet on Monday, October 4th, at 8 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be principal speaker. A play, by Elsie Stiebel, will be presented in honor of the PTA's eighth anniversary. Soloists will be Jerry Berwey and Ann Abrams. Take up to 18 months to pay! 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s WGE6 -JmlstrM* !" Lipton Presides At US Savings And Loan League Clinic Joseph M Lipton. president of Oade Federal Saxin^s and Loan _ociaUon of Miami and chairman of the I'nfted States Savim.cs and Loan League. Advertising and Business IVvclopnieut Committee. V>re>u)ed oxer an advertising and promotional clinic held in Chicago %  Sri) this \*ock The Clinic, sponsored by the US Savings and Loan League, was attended by advertising managers and junior and senior executives of the more than 1.600 savings and lout associations throughout the nation that make up the member >hip of the league Subjects featured in the clinic included Psychology Of Advertising. Advertising Layout Techniques. The I'se Of Words and, Readership studies And ^'"Bureau Names New Committee Chairmen twa Research. The clinic also de** — *• — \ oted time to panel discussions on I such topics as newspaper adver-. tising. television and radio, speTRJDAY. OCTOBER A party held at the Sovereign Hotel Miami Beach, for children from the American Children's Home and St Joseph's Villa was sponsored by the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith Americanism and Civic Affairs Committee, whose chairman is Leo Steinman. At the extreme right are Sister Mary Albert and Mrs. J. Joyce. cial promotions, direct mail, bud gets and public relations. Onec Shobbot Attain Begun Beth El Sisterhood will begin its regular Ones 6habbat affairs on S.i:..rvlay. 3 pm. at the Center, acv-wrding to an announcement by Vrs. Man Rosenberg, president Bmrk f \mmrd iHrrctor Of Tkralrr Chmi* New director of sdrerusisg. pubKT and pehl>c re— KISS for the Seethesstern Pivuaoe f the Florida State Theaters is William IXvt who begaa his theater career as as usher here 11 years Cteorge HvxwI^_J | er dtstnet swper Hi "w^^ % M %  __—I ee< eertj ee4 Most, receetiy At the first meeting of the general membership of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Max Meisel. president, appointed committee chairmen who will guide the activities of the Bureau for the cornear, it was announced this week Appointed were Joseph Joseph Duntov. Budget Committee; Sam Prosterman. Financial Assistance Committee: HaroM Thermae. Education Committee. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Extension Activities CMasuttee: Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Library Committee: Charles Gott Ueb. Building Maintenance Com-j mrttee Rabtu Max Shapiro. Personnel Cos—ittee. Israel Shapoff. Nominatioms Committee: Sol Goldman.: Board of License Committee Ehiel Lesowoder. Teacher Placement Committee; and Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. Tenth Anniversary Convocation Committee. Elected to serve on the Execu live Committee were Mr. and Mrs Seymour B Laebman. Irvine KaU and Rabbi Irving Lehrtnan. IT TIE IAKEIS OF "Oil Distributed by PALM DISTBIBUTORS, DfC, 14 N_ 24th SC Miami 17, Flo. w^-^-^V^^^-V^V^V^V-^X-^X-^-^ TINY TOWN NAT GANS 3 i — 4-mn LIFE INSURANCE NEED* M tr — n it< Lita law C*. •ST Stwajma Siea. IS w FUaMr St. PTVKVT ~ sea pro—inn massger for >".-.-r:ii St ex He had worked Mi I troam ssher at the Otymsaa TheiM then served as awstaiw %  as,ayr of the Rex Theater wtech as sew the FMnda IVch later hen— iinitt —ager of the Ortmpu aad iisagsr at ranses se n se of the H_t_ Dee* and stash, at J Theeterv A sat— __—. Dock has bees active is the Variety Chsh of Greater MTIIL hsMMsg the jx\st of prvxpw VMS KOSHER Whotasaat 1153 S.W. ZZnd StPh. mm ioc4Tf* m mat mmt AT 275 Miracle Milt ( %  py witi Miracle Thettrt) tmm iw u AM TOTS rat emu turn aorr Pttoiw 44-1440 Coral G4I MOUNT HBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OP DISTINCTION FOB DtSCBTMINATTJvG FAMILIES Babbi S. M. Hi hill. Director SSOS N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 A M. lOph.n i>*Mn ^SMrr* 5fw anHA SILVEBWAll; LINENS — MS inili SOTKA: and isier—d aSafas PHONE ^463 N S-'S. S.."T.*S 4 —OC 9AV IACX & K. L CJ_BESS W JW> •* THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of *\#>-ista For. On Tfce Air' EVERY SUlfDAT 1— to 11J0 am. WMZE 1140 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. M_nil Ont And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Largt Stock On Hand Fat DeliYt— I Senrinf tk kmk nitySictDSI Exclusive Dakol ROCK if KBj MEMORIALS &av/-/a a.r. e*> #et <€A*i*Ae