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The Jewish Floridian ( April 6, 1951 )

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fewiisItUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Fm^K24 NUMBER 14 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS [nsion High On rian Frontier kuUS ILEM (JTA)—Tension laincd high in the Huleh regIthis week as the Israeli auritics in .barge of the drain, project began armoring traci ard trucks used in the relation of the vast swamp area tted in the Israeli-Syrian fron[sraeli workers digging drain* canals on Jewish-owned land [the demilitarized zone of the B irp region have come under ermittent fire from Syrian ops for the last few days. In • move to insure the iy of both Israeli workers poliren-.en and Arabs living ;hc region, the Israeli authori„ have imposed a strict curfew I; irea. At the same time, it Is learned, the Israeli Foreign Inistiy has informed the Briti French Ministers at Tel Eiv, who have expressed a keen f in the situation, of dePopments. represi ntative of the Fortn Ministry explained to tb," Jitish and French envoys thai (e Jewish state is not prepared [yield its sovereignty over the jmilitarized zone. The Israeliirian armistice agreement, he linted out, provides only for demilitarization of the area imposition of restrictions on llitary personnel and weapons 1 the area—but does not probit normal development work, ch as was initiated in the Huleh ea last week. Meanwhile, the U-N. chairman the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Aristice Commission, who returnfrom conference* in Damasi with high Syrian government id army officials, said that the troops in the Huleh area ould observe a cease-fire to armistice commission an iportunity to study the situam. rhe chairman, Col. H. Boisivy, said that the Syrians have cc i two complaints before the rmistice unit: one against the Ueged bringing of mothers into i by the Israelis; and the 'ier against the use of Israeli oops in the demilitarized zone. Col. lioissavy asserted that the I of some 650 Arabs living i the Israeli zone of the demilitarized area was a violation the status quo. He added that th, Israelis continue to work the demilitarized zone, they 1 be violating the armistice The population transfer was carried out to protect the Arabs themselves and to insure that hey did not participate in the •ynan attacks on Israeli workers. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, center, and Col. Jack Younger, holding trophy, right, were chosen "Outstanding Man and Woman of Dade County" for 1950 at Bayfront Park rally attracting 5.000 persons. The fourth annual civic event, spearheaded by Sholem Lodge. B nai B nth. was sponsored this veax by Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal Sayings and Loan Association of Miami, shown center presenting award to Mrs. Weintraub. In photo are Louis F. Snetman. general chairman, Sholem Lodge: State Representative Robert L. Floyd, who presided as master of ceremonies; Lipton; Mrs. Weintraub; Col. Younger; Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami; and Senator George A. Smathers. principal speaker of fhe evening. CJA Pledges Total $1,071,095 As Campaigners Conduct Clean Up Drive As veteran campaigners scour-1 turned from Chicago, is readied the city conducting "Operai vating the winter residents unit, tion Cleanup," Samuel Fried-. w.th the a.d of David Phdh^s, land, chairman of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal, Tuesday announced that 5,600 pledges Arnold Seeder and Louis Krensky. Most of the solicitation of the women's gift unit has been comIsraeli Consul To Speak Here Ll 0 5 epn Nevo, senior consul of we Israeli Consul General's Office and one of the top ranking ",, '''Plomats in this country will deliver a major address, Israels Crisis and the Role of Ameru-an Jewry" at the Miami eaeh Jewish Center on MonMjay. Apn! 9. at 8:30 p. m., accoraini; to a statement from Seymour U. Liebman, program chairj"n. Miami Beach Zionist Disict, a nt i chairman of the recepI "on committee. nevo is visiting this commu"y to address all the ZOA Dis"CU in Dade County. There will be no solicitation 01 funds and the public is welcrr ne. Liebman said. Assisting Liebman with ar!" ng>'inents are Alex Van Streat">• Norman R. Lyons, Sanford werdlm, David Goodwin and n Schrager. ,1 i.nnujiv. i • %  *• -,--, — WUIIlCii a Rill wi. i.w^ w—have been turned in to date, for : p i e ted, according to Mrs. Louis a totals *•£•£Thitjft^j A^S^TS^^^ il approximately the same as ent Q % er ast yeart total last year's at this time, FriedContinuing with its house-toland said. i house canvass, the metropolitan Although the campaign offi-| u n ; t headed by Fred K. Shochet, eiany closes on April ,, Friechand | cited ^JjJS£-Jpgl J^^mSdttnU^urunt'u li.mKne.pIer for "outstanding the goal of $1,470,570 is reached, woi "I am certain." he said, "that there is still $399,475 in the com munity for the important work carried on by the agencies participating in the 1951 campaign. This is all that is needed to carry us over the top." Thirty-five members of a special clean-up committee, headed by Stanley C. Myers, met last Thursday night. In the first five days, the group, which is contacting some 300 persons who contributed $200 or more last year, turned in 35 cards for over $12,000. f Winding up the activities of the hotel unit are David Levinson, Joseph M. Rose. J. M. Sidenburg and Joseph Dallet. Joseph Mechlow is handling special gifts, while Dan B. Ruskin has taken over responsibility for the cleanup of the building trades. His aides are Maurice Orovitz and I. L. Mintzer. Aaron Kanner, chairman of the trades unit, called upon all bis, workers to get 100 percent coverage of their cards. Jack Ablin, who recently re; Upton Close Causes Conference To Cease WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A press conference called by the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith at the Wiilard Hotel here was abandoned following the appearance at the conference of Upton Close, radio commentator who is charged with spreading anti-Jewish propaganda. Mr. Close complained to Judge Meier Steinbrink. national chanman of the league, who was scheduled to address the press conference, that the ADL interfered with his efforts to earn a livelihood. Herman Edelsberg. Washington director of the ADL. told him that he was "the victim of his own record as a commentator." (Continued on page 4 A) Dr, Finklestein Honored At Reception, Will Speck At Beach Center Service %  _.:_ ,.,,.,,m iho patherine. Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, was honored at a reception given by Jack Ablin, vice president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Mrs. Ablin. Wednesday evening. April 4, at their home. Samuel Friedland and Joseph M. Rose, were co-chairmen with Ablin. Election July 10 % TEL AVIV (ISD—On Monday, April 2, the government of Israel will propose to the Knesset rparhament) that July 10 be fixed as election day. Dr. Louis Finkelstein in arranging the gathering. Dr. Finkelstein will be the guest speaker at the late Friday evening service at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and introduce the guest of honor. Dr. Finkelstein received his B.A. from City College of New York and his Ph. D. from Columbia University. He was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and from 1919 to 1931 served as rabbi of Kehilath Israel in New York. Simultaneousy he was instructor in Talmud at the seminary from 1920 to 1924. Shortly after, he was given the Solomon Schechter Chair of Theology at the seminary, which he held for ten years. From 1934 to 1937 Dr. Finkelstein was assistant to Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the seminary. He was subsequently elected to the position of provost and upon Dr. Adler's death in 1940, was elected as the fourth president of the institution. Dr. Finkelstein is the author of many books and is considered one of the leading scholars and religious leaders of our day. Horowitz To Confer With Local Leaders For Bond Drive David Horowitz, director general of the Ministry of Finance >f the State of Israel and leading international economist, will arrive in Greater Miami next Wednesday, April 11. for a series of meetings with leaders of the local Jewish community. Purpose of the meetings will be to initiate plans for launching ln> South Florida campaign in behalf of the State of Israel bond issue. Horowitz will fly to Miami directly from a conference with government officials in Washington, D. C. His first conference will bo on Thursday morning, April 12, when he will have a breakfast meeting at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel with members of the local bond drive steering committee, consisting of Samuel Friedland, ; Sam Lachman, Seymour B. Liebman, Stanley C. Myers and Mitchell Wolfson. At 10 a.m. Horowitz will meet with members of the press at the headquarters of the recently organized Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of Israel Govj eminent in the Congress BuildA luncheon meeting at the IShelborne Hotel will provide Horowitz with the opportunity of describing the nature of the State of Israel bond issue to a group of local industrialists and Jewish communal leaders. Horowitz will wind up his day in Greater Miami by attending a reception in his honor Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. Invitations to this function have been mailed to officers of all Jewish organizations. Horowitz was born in Poland in 1899. Educated in Poland and Austria, he came to Palestine 31 years ago. For seven years he was a manual worker in collective settlements, building roads, clearing swamps and doing agricultural work. In the course of these years, he contracted malaria in the Huleh swamps, from which he never entirely recovered. For 13 vears Horowitz was head of the Jewish Agency's Economic Department in Jerusalem, and also was a member of the Executive of the Histadruth (Palestine Jewish Federation of Labor). Prior to his affiliation with the Jewish Agency, Horowitz was a free-lance journalist for several | years and was later connected I with the American Economic Commission for Palestine, on which he served from 1932 to 1935. He also was lecturer at the High School for Law and Economics. Tel Aviv; Member of the Standing Committee for Commerce and Industry of the Government of Palestine; and Member of the Textile Advisory Board. Often referred to as the Keynes of the Middle East, Horowitz appeared as economic expert before nine Palestine Commissions. He i served as liaison for the Jewish 1 Agency before the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine in 1947, and played a similar role before the Joint AngloAmerican Committee of Inquiry, the British Royal Commission, and other committees which studied the Palestine question in recent years. Immigration Increased TEL AVIV (ISD—The Israel Government-Jewish Agency Coordination Committee has decided to step up immigration in the coming four months in view of the deteriorating situation in Iraq. 100,000 immigrants are to be brought in during this period of whom 70,000 are to come from Iraq.



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r/WaC i. A Dr. Andron, Mrs. C. Cohen Head Hebrew Academy Men And Women Florida Entrants Win f AZA Competitions A joint installation of the recently elected officers and board of directors of the Hebrew Academy Men and Women will take place Tuesday, April 10. at 6:30 p.m. at a dinner being held at the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Alexander S. I SS, principal of the Hebrew Academy will be the installing officer. Dr. David S. Dr. Andron Andrcn. noted communal leader, was re-elected to his fourth consecutive term as president of the Hebrew Academy. He is one of the founders i of the institution, which is the | only one of its kind located in the southeastern region of the United States. Mrs. Samuel Cohen was named president of the Hebrew Academy Women. Elected to serve with Dr. i Andron are Harry Levitt, honorvice president: Isidore Gold-' berg, vice president: Jack Satin, vice president: Paul Grossinger. Florida region entrants in the District 5 AZA oratory, debate and basketball competitions held ntly in Savannah p within three top spots in each contest, according to Selma L Miami B'nai B'rith youth direr' The debate team of Miami AZA 322. Robert Shevin and Richard Sc plar, who debated on the theme "Res lived, that synagogues (ternShould Become the Center of Jewish Life." placed second. Jerry Wernick. of Tampa AZA. the oratory entry whose subject was "Not So Wild a Dream." placed third. The basketball team | winners of the Florida region. Miami AZA 322 came in third. Members of the team are Joe ~ nr-ii ri a. Lewis, Adrian Roth. Bichard Sepeder W 111 JP eatlire lar, Robert Shevin. Donald Matv- T~„,%.1. o,._,,a„;., lin and Larry Marks UT. Joseph HlirstMIl Dr. Joseph Burstein, director New Synagogue Formed |o f the culture and education deA new orthodox synagogue, jpartment of the Histadrut, will "Ahavas Israel."' has been organspeak at the annual third seder FINEST QUALITY \ vra&jjffi IE ized by Rabbi Isaac H. Ever on Miami Beach. Announcement of the location will be made in the future. Three years ago Rabbi Ever Afrs. Samuel Cohen banquet of the Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches of the Farbandt at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday evening. April 24. All proceeds are earmarked for vice president:" Aaron CourshV Reiner. Joseph Rose ".David Rosvice president: Harry Genet, vice u '!'• Bu 'T L R „ oth Abraham president: Samuel Ritter, vice I | • lent and Louis M. Escott. lent. Samuel M. Grundti isurei • Davi I I. Raymond i S MatSih : Sakols, Adolph Schwartz. Benjamin Slurry. Harry Sidenworm. Harry Simonhoff. Hairy Sirkin, Al Stone. Mayor Harold Turk, h Waldman and Harry Wasserman and Sidney Rubinowitz. rider S. Gross pal and Aan n Lauer, supsor. In accepting the presidential came to Miami Beach as the j the Histadrut in Israel. southeastern director of Ycshiva University, and in August. 1948. was appointed as spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation. He recently resigned from that Post. SOW MANUrACTUMD FRESH DAILY membership in this National Committee is Ludwig Lewisolin, famed author and educal In his telegram ptance,, Dr. Lewisohn stated, "'] am most Histadrut's culture and education Dr. Burstein went to Palestine from Poland 16 years ago after graduating from Warsaw University with a Ph. D. in psychology and history. During the war for Israel's independence, he was j the director of all military radio operations and frequently conducted his broadcasts under the | very noses of the British without' detection. In addition to being director of fice. Dr, Andron stated. "The | happy to serve on your commit-1 department, he also heads special ir. Irwin Makovsky, three land a half year history of tee of National Academy Sponschools for social service and Dr. L Lyt,he Hebrew Academy has presors. I admire your school and trade union activities for Hisincomparable am thrilled with its program." | tadrut members and gives instruction in administration and general subjects. •"•• medical consultant nd phenomenal achieveThe National' 'committee 1 of Dr. Rob R senblum, medical ment. In scholastic attainment, [Sponsors are Max Kamiel chairthe academy has won the enman: Seigfried Bendheim. Hyman ~ Board ol directors are Jacob thusiastic acclaim and recognition Borman, Bernard Bernstein | Andron. Benjamin Appel, Charles "'• such national educators and:charles Charcowskv Abraham I Bender. Shepard Broad. Hairy leaders as Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, Cohen, George Sla'mmey Max 1 n. Samuel Dr. Samuel Belkin, Eliezer Silver Fine, Samuel Friedland Arthur Cohen, Nathan Darsky, Irving and Dr. Robert Gordis." Gaines, Ben Giller Nathan GlosFirtel, Charles Fruchtman, Martin In addition to the officers and Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Moses directors of the Hebrew Academy, Ginsberg. Nathan Ginsburg, Wila National Committee of Hebrewham Gold, Joseph Gonshor, Hy: Academy sponsors has been esman Jablon, Jacob Kaufman. : tablished to aid in tlu> progress Louis Miller. Morris Nash. Al and advancement of the program. Usheroff, Irvin Pollak, Mitchell Among those who have accepted Get these pre-Possover household aids to save time, work, strength, and money! PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKEACH' ROKEACH SOAP .. for dishei, glassware, ond aluminum ware •ROKEACH SCOURING POWDER for all household tasks *ROKO ... tortile, porcelain, enamel IF ITS R.O K E A C HI T • S KOSHER! — -.Oui._ PALM IHSTItllll TOUS 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37, Fla. IXC. 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nuDAY APRIL 6. 1951 +JlWt&ti fkrfdUn PAGE 3 A - The True Story. About Kashrus .In open letter to the Jewish i Community rigncd by the Greater Miami Vaad llakashifh appeared in the columns off the Jewish ?loridian last wook. issue of March 30th — The facts contained therein are mislcailg, untrue and do not present I he whole pa.se. We, the members of the Greater Miami oslicr Butchers Association, want the public o know everything. The Kosher Butchers ant supervision and want Kashrus — real, onest, thorough, 100% kashrus, and up to ow the facts and incidents that have hapened prove that the Vaad has not given upcrvision that guarantees to you — the osher buying public — the guarantee and ssurance and protection that kashrus einands. Time and again have the facts come to |iglit that thousands and thousands of pounds f non-kosher, treifah meat have been sold in [he stores under the supervision of the GreatMiami Vaad Hakashruth. Babbi Joseph L Raekovsky was notified of these violations intl I he facts indicate that the Greater Miami aad Hakashruth was and has been unable cope with these butchers who continue to Violate the laws of kashrus and fool and deceive the public. The cases were presented ly members of the Greater Miami Kosher lutchers Association to the Director of the aad—and to its officers with no results. it was through the information of outsiders, relayed to the Director of the Vaad land by pressure exerted by another Babbi that an inspection was made and treifah meat was found on the premises of the L & F Coral Way Kosher Meat Market, 1741 Coral Way, Miami. This is the case that brought to a head I the present situation. immediately the Kosher Butchers AsI soeiaI ion had a meeting and demanded that I though sufficient action had not been taken in regard to the violator, it was imperative that the public be fully informed through the press and the pulpit of everything that had happened. The delaying actions by the Vaad made it necessary for the Butchers Association to resign from the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth in which we had lost confidence. We had demanded from the Greater Miami Vaad strict, adequate supervision and 100% control. We feel and know that the public will agree that the members of the Butchers Association know what type of an organization is necessary to guarantee Kashrus to the public. After more than four yearn of operation we know that a Greater Miami Vaad covering Miami and Miami Beach and the surrounding communities cannot provide an effective control of Kashrus. He know that a Vaad must be set up and supervise Miami butchers only. We know that this Vaad must be under the control and direction of the Miami Kabbis only. We feel that the Greater Miami Vaad gave supervision to butchers without proper investigation. We feel that the Greater Miami Vaad w as interested in getting as many butchers under their supervision as possible without thinking of Kashrus but interested only in the revenue derived so as to insure the financial future of the Vaad. The Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Association immediately sent letters to the Babbis of Cong. Beth El and the Miami Hebrew School and Cong, apprising them of these facts and asking that they take immediate action to give Miami butchers Kashrus and supervision and to form a Vaad that would guarantee to the public that they could buy meat that was kosher. Representatives of our Association have met with Babbi Murray Grauer and Babbi Simon April and they have agreed and have taken over temporary supervision until some new body is formed to supervise Kashrus — which the Cong. Beth El and the Miami Hebrew School and Cong, are now forming. We. the Miami butchers* appeal to the public to exert every effort and exery pressure on their Babbis of the synagogues in the City of Miami proper to join with us to form not as a business proposition but a strict and sincere Vaad Hakashruth to insure to the public that they will get kosher meat. Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Assn. Max Schenkman President Abe Chiel Treasurer Paid Advertisement



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PAGE 4 A +Jewist>t*>ri fiames, decorations and ly by the Dade Countv Federasah supplies chairman will highl ,l '' pes f( "' Passover will be distion of Women's Clubs. light the meeting of the Mt ? nbuted at a11 sessions of the One of the food price resoluScopus Gr,. U p of Hadassah 'on ln ~J lutc tion.-endorsed cutting down meat Monday, April 0, at 1 p.m at the' J? e sess,ons are open to all purchases and urged members to Syi ian-American-Lebandn Club l mi |ir r 5 of ,ht Jewish community, continue their efforts. Mrs. 2626 S.W. 3rd Ave. '' rll faculty of the institute inGlasser was commended for her I Dr Paul Beck and a r>„„;i I S! ude s Rabbis Max Shapiro. Moses work in this direction. M rtle SchwWtz -ni JESS!* Mescheloff, Simon April. Moshav Another resolution authorized SSS vocal^selections and M,^ M: n Murra Glauei ; Mesdames Mrs Glasser to appoint a comuUSfcTSffl entertah? a? ttie P 1 ", Donm rs, and Evelyn mittee to investigate and report, pia no tniLiiain at tne Samuels, music instructors; Robert Strasbourg, music consultant Jewish Education; and Seymour Leibman, local attorney and communal worker. The Jerusalem examination was administered at the office of the bureau on Sunday. April 1. The examination is given internationally on the same date to stimulate the development of standards of Hebrew knowledge. It is sponsored by the World Union for Jewish Education. Hy Pomerantz and Leo Heim took the test. Results will be announced in June when special certificates will be issued to the successful candidates. Orenstein Bar Mitzvah the at the next meeting how members "can best serve during ijl" members a e requested to I of the Jewish Centers Associates emergency, working toward | ,,^ f n ^ w ar, ICe f clo ,hln8 or ,ion ; >' Pomerantz and Loui the time when the government l inen to be s <-' m '" l* !" el. -Schwartzman of the Bureau o the time when the government controls can be eliminated." Officers nominated to serve with Mrs. Lehrman include Mesdames Sylvia Chertkof. first vice president; Clarence Cohen, second vice president; Matilda Ratner, treasurer; David Rifas. corresponding secretary; Frank Wellens. recording secretary; Leopold Schwartz, calendar secretary; and Harold Rand, registrar. The group also agreed to change its name to include women's organizations in Broward County. Mrs. Nattie Mae Pavlo of Rye. N. Y.. was guest speake r. She is Federation Nominating Committee Appointed Appointment of a nominating committee to draw up a slate of officers for presentation at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's annual meeting in May was announced tr.is week by William D. Singer, Federation president. Heading the committee is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Other members include Joseph Duntov, Morton M. Beigel, Emil Gould. Laurence Levenson, Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Monte Selig, Joseph R. tein and Mrs. Carl Weinkle ol Banquet To Honor Friedland. Sirkin Federation Staff Members Resign Resignation of two members of the professional staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed. ration to take positions with the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel, which will handle Israel's $500,000.000 bond issue, was announced this week by Morris Klass, executive director. They are Milton S. Malakoff. Federation's director of public relations, who is Greater Miami city manager of the AF&DC. and Ed Singer, member of Federation's campaign staff and director of collections, who will work in the Detroit office of the bond drive. Klass also reported that Dave Lang, who was loaned to Federation by the United Jewish Appeal for the duration of the local WtV H. S j be6n rcassi gned to the •Noith Hudson area. William Orenstein —Ardmore Stud* Harry Sirkin. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Samuel Friedland Members of the Miami Beach the event Assi,tin„ K Jewish Center, their wives and I -gen.^^s^rf^ni'e'lVBfo^famihes will honor Harry Sir1 Charles Fruchtman. Mrs Nat H kin. outgoing president, a n d ; "? ff ; Morr 's Kriegel, Mrs! hvHappiness Shops Feature Passover Chocolates. Greeting Cards Following the requests of many Greater Miamians the Happiness Shops at 140 Seybold Arcade (42 N E. 1st Street) are featuring this year Kosher for X VC ; Chocolates, prepared under the supervision of Rabbi A complete line of Passover Kln / ( cards h^ also been JSStf* the %  %  of iteLM M i? n t0 these seasonal a £?J a PP' nes s Shops carry both I u.t nd V a v ,ed ass rtment of bo h bulk and boxed candies and 00rtert" rV b th domes,ic !" !" n^I Greeting cards for every occasion together with gift wr ar/ P.ng materials, are alsoTspbJed abuSm?n n t Ven,ent,y l0Cated William Orenstein. son of Mrs. Sylvia Orenstein, 3433 Garden Ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday. April 7, at 9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. William, who attended Riverside Military Academy for two years, is now a student at Nautilus Junior High School, where he is vice president of the student council. He also attends Hebrew High School of the Miami Beacb Jewish Center. Samuel Friedland, his successor at an installation banquet on Wednesday, April 11, in the center patio Nat H. Hanoff is chairman of jng Lehrman. Hank Meyers' Mri' Harry Rogers. Irving Schatzn an G Walse'y TaUan0ff "* Mrs 8 calw r T ati0nS I" 18 be ma <** by calling the center office. Upton Close Causes Conference To Cease (Continued from page 1 A) to^diSi C1 Se at a later date asked h a, ] y option, and • Jem sincrkliaD — Published every Friday elnce '' by The Jewitn Floridloo at 120 N. Sixth atrett. Miami 18, Florida. E"; tred aa aecond-claaa matter July 'MO, at tha Foat Orfice of Miami Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1KJ The Jewiah Floridian bai 'tH 0 **' the Jewiah Unity and the J'"" n Weekly. 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r>Y. APRIL 6. 1951 g •Jewish thx-Minn PAGE 5 A forth Shore Lodge lo Install Steinman Uo Steinman has been electpresident of North Shore ^jgc, B'nai B'rith, to succeed w nard Tobln, it was announcby Charles RJacobson, dilator of the B'nai B'rith CounSteinman is one of the found0 f the North Shore Jewish IJ-M Will Honor Israel Consul In observance or Hebrew Month, Joseph Nevo, senior consul of the Israel Consulate General's Office in New York will address University of Miami students and faculty on the subject "Hebrew Culture Reborn," Monday, April 9, at 10:30 a.m. in the Gables Center Seder ceived by the mayors of Miami and Miami Beach, William Wolfarth and Harold Turk, respectively. ; Upper Lonnge of the Student Club. The University of Miami reception to Nevo will be conducted jointly by the Hebrew de, partment, headed by Professor I Corii } Gables Jewish Center will ( Sydney J. Greenberg, Hillel House directed by Dr. Donald Michelson and IZFA by Edward Curson. Nevo is a native of Chattanooga, Tenn., who in 1921, at the age of 2, was taken to Israel where he has since resided. Before entering the Iisrael diplomatic service he served as Brigadier Commander in the Hagana Slated For April 21 Rabbi Morris A. Skop and members of the board of the conduct the second annual community Passover Seder on Sati urday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to the Traditional Hiiggadah readings and chants, j selections will be read from the new Reconstructionist Haggadah | containing interpretations of the ancient texts for modern day j problems. Children from the i Daily Hebrew School will assist | and saw action in the Middle; the alTib witn the four questions East, Italy and the Defense of | anc j songs Jerusalem. Reservations are now being After the university reception, made at the temple office for Mr. Nevo will b_e officially re-! adults and children. Emma Lazarus Unit Plans Square Dance Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will sponsor an old-fashhioned square dance at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, April 8, it has been announced by Mrs. Robert Baron, president. Variety dances, with an experienced "caller" and Michael Selker and his orchestra, have been planned. In charge of arrangements are Flo Morduchay and Deana Abrashkin, assisted by Mollie Breskin. Edyth Fleischer. Lillian Tickos, Ethel Pont, Florence Goldman. Mne Meyers, Tina Fischer und Belle Small, who will serve as hostesses. There will be no advance sale of tickets. Contributions will be accepted at the door. Proceeds of the dance will be used to further B'nai B'rith programs and projects. Rural and hill-billy dress is recommended by Mrs. Baron "to assure a festive evening." Auxiliary Plans "Gaiety Sight" Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged has scheduled its annual 'Gaiety Night" for Sunday, April 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach. MrV Jennie Grossinger will serve as hostess. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer and Mrs. Isador Cohen. Mrs. Isador Fine is in charge of. tickets. Reservations may be made by calling 2-4527, 2-2193 or 3-8453. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fn.undersigned, desiring to engage In buslncHfi under the fictitious name ol l!i.Home Delicatessen at 6958 N.E 2nd Avenue, Miami, BTa., Intende to r. n ., : : .i name i'M the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID KLEIN. 'l/6-13-:0-27 Leo Steinman pntei and has been identified Kth youth training work and Iteran's service programs in the Veater Miami area for the past In years. He is the veteran's livice chairman for the B'nai frith Council of South Florida serves on the board of directs nf the Dade County Society Crippled Children. Steinman s the first president of the icayne Eli mentary School's I's Club and has served as a mber of the board of the JewHome for the Aged. j an and the new officers the North Shon I. xige will installed at banquet ceremoJes Sunday, April it. at 7 p. m., at on Beach Athletic Club, B-0 Indian Creek Drive. Princispeaker and installing offiill be E. Albeit Pallot, past \ II! (if the B'nai 'B'rith founcil and prominent civic lead: Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon \>nish and Rev. Phillip Fried 11 officiate, i vations mav be made by 1'hilhp Pntzert, 86-4967. SIM J*^. ,7.t.AVEHl ^^^^ tojgg SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE 11 a id ware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances LEADER WIRE 25 t Nos l-:i each. Reg. 35c fiJQC HEA\v DUTY REEL W Y.i ..... 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PAGE 6 A ImUt fkrkJian i^AY^APRn, "Strictly Neighbors >> Faith Lila Alexander, Alvin C. Atlass Exchange Vows At Sorrento Hotel maid of honor for her sister. Her DOINGS: Probably the week's most talkative iuncheon was at the Roney, when business leaders filled the dining room to concentrate enjoyably or. chicken 'n' peas, and then not so enjoyably on $100,000. This is the sum immediately needed by Gus Dorr's advertising agency to fulfill a good summer promotion campaign. Tempers flared as each business group literally passed the buck to the next. William Taradash had everybody suddenly chuckling ot his blunt tagging of one shoppers' road as "a bunch of parasites." Of course, all of us flourish on an integrated and pooled economy—but at one point there, not a nickel moved into sigh on its way to the pool. Finally, a sort of harmony was effected 0:1 a 15-man committee. Present were such solid citizens as Bill (Checker Cab) Segal Harry Dinnerstein of the new Nautilus Hotel Carl Gardner Leo Eisenstein. who had a very good piece to say. and said it Harry Zuckernick Sam Ginsberg of the Royal Palm Hotel Moses Ginsberg Bernard Feiner Jules Gillette Aaron Courshon Nat Hankoff Jonas Weiland of the WINZ stations George Beitman Harry Nash ... Ed Mandell Jack Ross of the Chamber of Commerce J. Myer Sohine COURTESY: Exciting touch to the coming announcement of this month's Courtesy Awards will be the huge surprise it's bound to be to one gal. Congrats! You deserve it! New member of the Beach committee is Nat Ratner. And new wrinkle will be formal presentation of the S25 government bonds on the stage of Ed May's Lincoln Theatre. Host at the meeting was Ed's assistant, Martin Wucher. FOR CORAL GABLES: A note from Leo J. Rosen of the Miami Daily News relays a goid paper "Key to a Better Coral Gables" from Leo's associate. J. E. "Jack" Junkin. Junkin is running for City Commissioner on a platform of Eight Items. He stands for lower water rates, more offst: < t parking, increased school facilities in Coral Gables, and other, definite improvements for happier living. I like his picture, too. VISITING: Mrs. Ethel Silberman of the Bronx is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kiefer on Prairie Ave. Mrs. Kiefer is her daughter. Previously, the Kiefers entertained the Harry Schwartz1: arms of New Sochelle. Harry flew down in his private plane with son Barry. He's an electrical engineer, and his wife Fannie Sylvia Kiefer's >:ster Brenda and Bobby Zwick (she's 9 and he's 81 v. their daddy. David Zwick from Chicago, to the ntic Towers li the family's stopping until April 20. Mr. ;.nri Mrs. Zwick will be seeing their Chicago friends, the Ted Cppenheims now at the Bel-Aire Hotel, and Lou Messe, who lives On Tatum Waterway Drive. Elta Cluster Mercur tossed one of her fabulous shindigs for old-home arrivals from Baltimore. Jack and Esther Levin. Jack's half of the Schecter ad agency there. They planed to the Sunny Islef motel, but drove back with their across-the-street Baltimore neighbors, the Shoemakers, who awaited them here. Etta had her own neighbors in, loo. the Danny Simmons and among others Max and Emily Bloch. ON TOUR: A sort of Spinoza Outdoor Forum met the other evening on Toby Emenuel's lawn, at her Dream Haven convalescent home. Toby's husband is the electrical contractor—which is one fine way to get a man to string up lines of mazdas. Mostly, evervbodv discussed Interfaith and Bahaism Larry Wilde takes the lead role in the U. of Miami's new play, April 23 and also snagged the JoseFerrer part in "Spring Dance" and emcees the April 11 mot her a ler wedd 0 "vears event at the Saxony for the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish aeo weao.ng zu >eais MTM a rs^n A ?Z m E PH NE V ICES: Herbert B>t r at the Wearing a gown of pink frosted *„'„fr !" %  • %  eyelet organdy over taffeta. MIES CONGRATULATIONS: i Deborah Alexan der served as First time I ever saw it happen was the open editorial in a '" Beach newspaper offering Congratulations to the North Bay Area \M\aa If onion R 0 /.nm D c Taxpayers Association ... on the Association's victory against any SS %  "PUIIl l>CC()IllCS causeway up there in that fine residential stretch. Both sides are \Ip Tpjl H Shllllivm right: a causeway is needed ... but Al Pallot and the North Bav lra n BUUIIIMin group quite properly feel that professional traffic experts should 1 The marriage of Miss Dorothy orii," 1 '^ ,he Slte_not "amateurs." however well-intentioned. : Kaplan to Ira H. Schulman was hat was of veiling and rosebuds and she carried a nosegay of pink carnations with white stephanotis. Miss Barbara Epstein, bridesmaid, was attired in gray lace with pink accessories. She carried a pink colonial bouquet of carnations. Stephanie Dan was flower girl in a yellow taffeta frock. Miss Esther Mertik, the bride's aunt, kept the guest book. Best man was David Cohen. Myron Gold seated guests and Michael Dan was ring bearer. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. The couple will tour Florida's East Coast, then proceed to New Orleans. Enroute to Sha-Won-Ga Lodge at High View, N. Y., where they will spend the summer, they will stop in Atlanta and Washington. D. C. Upon their return to Miami in the fall, the bride will resume her studies at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in education and Mr. Atlass will enter the hotel business with his father. The former Miss Alexander i.; a graduate of Miami Beach High School. Her husband is also en alumnus of Miami Beach High School and a graduate of the University of Miami. Out-of-town guests included Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Dan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lassner. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margolies. Max Atlass, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Augusta G. Atlass, Dane Freedman. Mr. and Mrs. E. Zissblatt, H. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. I. Mertik, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berman. all of New York City; Mrs. Alvin C. Atlass —Bride % %  HiDay Photo The Chartreuse Room of the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach, provided the setting for the marriage of Miss Faith Lila Alexander to Alvin Charles Atlass oa Sunday, April 8. Rabbi Leon Mr. and Mrs. C. Scher, IrvingKronish performed the 2 p.m. ; ton, N. J.; Mrs. Olivia Morrison, ceremony, assisted by Cantor : Atlanta. Ga.; Mi and Mrs James Samuel Kelemer. | Shapiro, Hibbing. Minn.; Mr. and The bride is the daughter of Mrs. J. Payton, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs, Harry Alexander, j Mrs. Sidney Robbins and grand211 N.B. 51st St. The bridedaughter, Long Island, N. Y.; and groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joe Stein, Los Angeles, Cal. Edward Atlass, 311 Flamingo Way. Miami Beach. The bridal gown was of nylon net over taffeta with a lace yoke. With it, the former Miss Alexander wore lace mitts and a fingertip length veil. White orchids and valley lilies topped her bible, which was carried bv her Linen Shower Held The Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women held a membership reception and linen shower for Israel recently. Guest speakers were Mrs. Max Shapiro and Joseph C. Bessman, Detroit attorney, who just returned from a tour of Israel. PICK-UPS: Beauteous Mickey Holt has been back from Havana for over two months. She's now hotel secretary at the Fleetwood. and the Berlitz school is making her glib as anything in l'espagnol ... Another hotel secretary is Lee Summer, spending her first winter here ... The popular Norman Mendelson family are in their new apartment near 10th St. Changes-for-the-summerseason are shaking up many hotel managements. "INDIGO" LAWS: All that abrupt business to enforce Miami's Blue Laws is amusJ!JwI7, aUSC S '. n J obody s mentioned the silliest collection of oddities vou ever poked into, all under the official City Ordinances of Miami Beach. Such absurdities as for example the aw K£ *??* yo V f, 0t t0 bel1 your cat so the twittering birdies can hear the cat stalking ... the law that solemnized by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky on Sunday, April 1, at Congregation Beth Tfilah. A reception followed the nuptial service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan. 1100 10th St., Miami Beach, former residents of Chicago. Mr. Schulman, who has been active in Jewish communal affairs since his arrival here five years ago, is a former vice president of Congregation Beth Tfilah. Mrs. Rosalie Kami of Chicago served as matron of honor for WIDOW Will Rent Bedroom Private Home, Residential Neighborhood. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1951 Muriel Schimmel Selects April 15 Planning an April 15 wedding is Miss Muriel R. Schimmel, Whose engagement to Louis Schwertok, son of Simon Bchwertok, 1121 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, has been announced by her mother, Mrs. "cob Schimmel, 637 12th St., I Beach. in^i"' !; ( remon y will take place "i • Miami Beach Jewish Ceni-ly of Springfield. Mass., • Schimmel attended the al Junior College and "'";i,an International College s o is a member of Hand B'nai B'rith. fiance was graduated from inet niversity of Miami. Workmen's Circle To Present Drama The Jewish Dramatic Group of Miami will present a concert and one-act play entitled "Jacob and Essau," by Joseph Latiner Sunday, April 8, at 8:30 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Jewish Educational Fund of the Workmen's Circle. Harry Grunberg will direct. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phono 1-6317 — •-•787 61 N. E. 5th Strxt AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner £**mUf KOSHEK CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evenings) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrvth f Personally Speaking On Sunday. April 1 the bris of Michael Enoch Matzkin. son 0 f Mr. and Mrs. David Matzkin of 1330 Pennsylvania Ave Miami Beach, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Frnnir' Gordon. 4740 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Mitch Reiner was sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freedman, qodparentsand Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel. Over 100 guests attended Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen of this city, left last Friday aboard the lie de France to visit France, Italy. Switzerland and Enqland. Miss Cohen who is connected with Time magazine in New York, will be awav fa two and a half months. r -* Vacationing at the Villa Venezia Apartment Hotel Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard. Mr. Leonard is the author of "Americans All," while his wife wrote, "Jewish Cookery." %  New Yorkers Charles Frank and Murray Zoland are guests at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Frank is manufacturer of Chic-Mode Foundations, and Mr. Zoland is affiliated with the Paramount Diamond Center. During their stay, they are being entertained by Robert Sounders, president rf Roberts Printing Corporation, who is Mr. Frank's former associate Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis left Tuesday for Hendersonville, N. C, to make arrangements for the openin go their hotel Duncraggan Inn, on June 1. The Lewises have been wintering here. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and daughter, Rella, of Sea Gate, N. Y.. are vacationing at the Surfcomber Hotel. Miami Beach. During their stay, the New Yorkers are being feted by Mr. Meyers' brother, Samuel, 1710 N.W. 6th St Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerartce announce the birth of their third son, Richard Craig, on March 29. The bris took place Thursday, April 5, at the Pomerance home. Sunset Island No. Four, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith served as godparents. Sharing the honors as sandek were the baby's uncles, Allen Steinberg and Maxwell Estroff, Augusta, Ga. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. The baby's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Pomerance cf Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach; maternal grandparents are the Joseph Feders of Chicago. The Pomerances are also parents of David Michael and William Alan. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff left New York Thursday, April 15, for an extended tour of Europe and Israel. To be included I in their itinerary are England, France, Italy, Switzerland, Greece fond the Jewish state. The bris of Barry Jay Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman I Cohen, 1318 N.W. 38th St.. was held Sunday, April 1. at the home of his parents. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shagad; sandek, Abe Tepper; mohel, Rabbi Philip Fried. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goodman of New York City arrived last week to spend several weeks at the Hotel Good. Mr. Goodman, who is a well known real estate operator, is one of the former owners of the Cadillac Hotel in Miami Beach. He is active in philanthropic work in New York and Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon M. Dearr announce the birth of a son, Ryan Lori, on March 10 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The bris took place March 18 at the home of the baby's parents. 4560 Post Ave., Miami Beach. Sandek was the baby's grandfather, Max Dearr. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Wilson served as godparents. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. The Dearrs are also parents of a daughter, Shereen Roann. +Jewish fhridton PAGE 7 A Study Group Resumed Hebrew Teachers Association, of Greater Miami will resume meetings of its study and lecture groups on Saturday, April 7, at 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to an announcement by Louis Gadon, president. These groups are under the sole auspices of the association, Gadon said. %  '^•"\'.^i: r 5,8nd MrS Leonard Hodges, married here on February 18. hrfrt!^ • t re P'! n he 'd or them in Fayette. Ala., by the Anna?. • TnVh uftWZS. nd sister ***• and M "' Milton of M IM M V S he ~ f rmer Miss Ph r llis Lee %  daughter ?! M ; mn n ^ M "Lo ls passer of 3168 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach. The cou pl e will reside here a fter their honeymoon. Miss Dietz Engaged To Edward H. Rosen Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dietz, 1034 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, of the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine, to Edward H. Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rosen, of Germantown, Philadelphia. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami University, where she majored in music. She conducts private classes of instruction for organ, piano and accordion. Mr. Rosen is a graduate of Geramntown Academy and Yale University. He served a year in the United States Navy and is now associated in business with his father, a member of Philadelphia's Fairmount Park Commission and former chairman of the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Mother of Two Praises Hadacol HADACOL Supplies Deficient Systems With Vitamins Bx, Bj, Niacin and Iron Geraldine Dietz Pioneer Women Slate Tag Day Pioneer Women will hold a tag day beginning Saturday evening, April 7, and Sunday on Miami Beach. All groups of Pioneer Women will participate. They are Club 1, Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president; Club 2, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes: Golda Meyerson Club, Mrs. Sam Bild; Kadimah Club, Mrs. Leo Goldman; Medinah Club, Mrs. Isaac Kaplan; and Brar.da Rudich Club, Mrs. Simon Burr. Proceeds are earmarked for projects in Israel. Western Tour Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg are leaving this week for an extended tour of the West. Mr. Goldberg is manager of the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Betrothal Announced Dr. and Mrs. Semon Newfield of Birmingham, Ala., have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Shirley, to Henry Gaggstatter, Jr., of Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a junior at the University of Michigan, where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. The son of Mrs. Henry Gaggstatter and the late Mr. Gaggstatter of Miami Beach, the prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and the University of Michigan. His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi. Mrs. Elmer Hisel, 3225 2nd Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa, is a good mother, and like all good mothers ; she keeps a. careful watch for the welfare of her two young children. And when little' four year old Lucille Hisel wasn't feeling as her mother % %  •**• knew she should Lucille Hisel she decided to; do something about it. Mrs. Hisel gave Lucille HADACOL because she had heard how much it was. helping children who had poor appetites and stomach distress caused by deficiencies of Vita-' mins Bi, B,, Iron and Niacin. It' helped her so much that now Mrs. Hisel gives HADACOL to both of her children. Here is what Mrs. Hisel says: "My daughter has taken two ; bottles of HADACOL and she has been eating more than before and also sleeps better. I think HADACOL is the best thing for children ; who do not have an appetite. My daughter is four years old. Before taking HADACOL my daughter complained of her stomach hurting her, and I got her a bottle of' HADACOL and she says her stomach doesn't bottler her any more. I think HADACOL is wonderful. I am also giving HADACOL to my three-year-old daughter." HADACOL Is So Effective An important thing about HADACOL is that you get Vitamins Bi, Bi, Niacin and Iron in liquid form, which means that they are quickly absorbed and dispatched to the blood stream, ready to go right to work. HADACOL helps build up the hemoglobin content of the blood (when Iron is needed) to carry these precious Vitamins and Mineral* to every part of your body. *7Ae MATZOH with tlte tadel It famous since 1884 noan an? PASSOVER Distributed by Palm Distributors. Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AND YEAR 'ROUND UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakathruth RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakathuth



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FAGE 8 A +Jewlst>fkrMto£_ FRIDAY. APRIL 6. I'll Say... e strange story ol the Marranoa presents a phenomenon, exceptional even in the strangest ol all als: Jewish history. For a minority to cai %  under the protective coloration of the dominant rity is common enough in the human comedy. \: : v Germans in opposition to Hitler paid up service to Na logy. Millions of Russians I c mmunism are waiting for the day 01 tion But carrving a torch, thai burned in es ts bean rs in constanl jeopard> ..... h %  ; %  .; is withoul p :Portugal only a gem rat n env. red and bi 5 ithiiy i' %  400 yea l I fait I M E of (i Double 1 ife. Marranos martyrdom has b. ho would meet 1 apture by the catch polls of the InB • %  is doubt v equal to thi antic picture that up Thl • the M healthv nor honest. Their out' ,.. ( 5 i n B< rvance sh pracl nducivi I %  nit) i r Judaism. It s phrenia as in the case M, Spain to seek : their im : %  inity. Th< • agedy. Ha Mi no ii P i ( • nity or Judaism. Suicide was nlj es... n of the p enon %  % % %  n its erratic 1 Spanish J %  '• • • %  i itu to the J ted. ( until priest-i %  %  %  .. %  v pu conquest The Marranos: A Study Of Assimilation n„ HARRY SIMONHOFF t0 the rim on the ***** igg J^SMLSE in no n1 ood for toleranc e to ng J ^ or Jewish. As m wn cen* worthwhile to tellectuals were wondering u an (iUu ,, Sin majority ,r, ,...'. .. the pv ,. Jew was transferred into atred toward the Converse, who now a door of entrenched Christian. But; thi New Christian was rapidly assimllatingKlrmarrytag with the Hidalgos the Gran..; the blue-blooded houses ol Spain. So a mention w ted to An imag nary, arti•,... created along racial lines to nversos from older converts, who as > baptised centuries earlier hare cropper of Tobacco Road so aid hold up his head by virtue : „re, the purity of his b ood : minated with the same blood n the veins of Jesus Christ The tensions envy, gr gotry malice, and haU the explosive stage. Old Christians beng Now Christians in the name of the who had commanded hi* lov oven their enemies. on. payoff for this mass conversion was yet Devout and deceitful Queen Isabella had : civil war during her girlhood. A v ..ughter. she had never expected to be stile. Her brothers, King Henry I\ and \ I ns i. had to die before the throne became vahad a full taste of anarchy caused b> tortured extracted the names of all relatives, friend" and even enemies, guilty or innocent of the heinous crime of Judaizing. When these converted Jewwere chained to the stakes waiting for the fagots to By HARRY SIMONHOFF ambitious, turbulent Dons who thirsted for D„ The cornerstone of her policy was a strong cent^' ized monarchy, resting upon a religious founriMi! The best institution to strike the fear of GodI T' her unruly subjects was the Inquisition. A cruel fraud was perpetrated upon the NUPV Christianos to establish this Holy Terror, Thev v/lT told to come before the Holy Tribunal and confer their sins; then they would be forgiven and even thing forgotten. No sooner did thev submit when tortured extracted the names of all rela"nt o coi *o biMuuma !" ...*. ..—..^........, h for the fagots ta light up. they must have reflected upon the advantages that baptism had brought them. Futility of Assimilation. The story of the Marranos is a valuable studv of the futility in Jewish mass assimilation. The Jen faithful to the Mosaic Law never experienced the cruelties suffered by his converted brethren, whose nightmare dragged on for centuries. It would seem that they began their Christianity with good intentions. Some of these conversos were so zealous for the new faith that thev became the worst enemies Jews ever had—and they had some pretty bad ones. The tales, true or false, of their secret underground adherence to Judaism in the early period following the mass conversions were greatly exaggerated. It was only when they sensed the deadly hate of their fellow Christians, when they were massacred without any protection from Church or State, that they began to realize their folly and their mistake. But when they heard the shrieks of their relatives burning on the Auto-da-Fes, their active hatred of the dominant religion took form. Realizing their daily peril of arrest and torture by the Inquisition, they turned to their ancestral faith for comfort, for strength, for solace, for defiance. The majority remained in Spain or Portugal, and their descended were either consumed in flame or were lost in the Christian population. Those who could, left their native land and fled to whichever country opened its doors. Today their descendants can be seen in Amsterdam and New York, in Venice and Istambui. in Curacao and London, in Safad and Jerusalem. 3 More Entries Named Three more i and I • Maj Queen to be chosen at a dance sponsored by the Flagler-Grana,1a Jewish Community Center at Cast lanca Hotel on May 12 een annouiu ed. According to Mrs. Sid St man, the new conti are Miss Rita Ross of the Unit of Jr. Hadassah, Miss Gloria Lie. ten.-tein of the Miami i Beach Unit of Jr. H and yet to be chosen from I Hialeah-Mian i Springs Jewish Community Center. Any other Jewish organization to ent r a ti stant may Mrs. Stiller 1 : %  calling her at 83-7834. Miss Barton To Appear Sandra Barton, musical com; edy star of "Borscht Capades." will entertain at the next meeting of the PTA of Congregate Beth El on Thursday, April i at 8 p in Dora Aui rial Hall, according I Roth.hart, president. B'nai B'rith participates in interfaith program at Biscayne Elementary School. Miami Beach. Shown at right is Leo Steinman, president of North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. who directed the jrcgram. Others [L to r.l are: Mrs. Theodore Nelson: Mrs. Rich"rrar.: Rabbi Phillip Fried: Rev. John Yenches: Rev. N. Manning, and Steinman. ROKEACH BORSCHT Make your Holiday meals tempting .. wholesome! \ Serve ROKEACH BORSCHT. Also use all other ROKEACH PASSOVER PRODUCTS ,!& \ • • • Kosher and Parve, of course—they're ROKEACH! ROKEACH HONEY ROKEACH NYAFAT ROKEACH PEANUT OIL Distributed by PAI3I insi itim i ons. ixc. 14 N-E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 SHELL'S SI ll II MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951 Shapiro Vies For Beach Council Seat Harold Shapiro, announcing his candidacy for Miami Beach councilman on a platform of ••Good Government," stated he is "unequivocally opposed to illegal gambling and unalterably against racketeering." He is also in actord with the work of the crime commission under Sen. Estes Kefauver and, locally. Councilman Mclvin J. Richard. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., Shapiro received his law degree from Marquette University. He is a local attorney and has been a member of the American, Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, Florida. Dade County and Miami Beach Bar Associations. "AJ to my beliefs," he said, "I place myself in the same category with Eddie Cantor, who in a recent interview said to me: 'First, I am a good American; next, I am a good Jew; then I am a good Zionist'." Shapiro was a navy lieutenant stationed in Key West and, in the absence of a Jewish chaplain in that area, conducted religious I soi vices for the servicemen and women. Hi is a member of the American Lemon. AVC, Amvets and JWV He has been on the vetcommittee of the Dade %  County Bar Association which Iprovides free legal service to Ivetei ans, The candidate is a member of [the speakers committee of the Dade County Bar Association, Miami Beach Zionist District, ah and Community Chest! He is chairman of the public i lions committee for the Miami Beach coordinating committhe Dade County Civil Defense Council. Shapiro was instrumental in Organizing the Miami Alumni b of Alpha Epsilon Pi fratvJewisti lb til, „ Harold Shapiro ernity and helped establish a local chapter at the University of Miami. Active on behalf of the National Council of Christians and Jews and the Miami Round Table radio programs, he was cited by Director James W. Whitehead for his service. He is the founder and first president of Temple Isaiah, and is a member of B'nai B'rith. During the past year. Shapiro has been broadcasting an educational radio program, "Builders of Israel," every Sunday and has completed the manuscript of a book entitled "Builders of ^rael —A Collection of Sixty Inspirational Radio Biographies." During the past five years, Shapiro has averaged more than 100 talks a year on subjects including Americanism, art, music, brotherhood, democracy, litera ture, Judaism and Zionism. "If my fellow citizens elect me." Shapirosaid, "I do not inCenter Women's Unit Slates 1st Meeting First general meeting of the newly formed Women's Activities Group of the Miami Jewish Community Center, is slated for Wednesday, April 11, at 1 p.m. in the center auditorium, according to Mrs. Meyer Forer, acting chairman. The meeting will be in the form of a dessert tea and a Pass0V0 V theme will predominate. An exhibit on the various activities in the center will be set up for the meeting. Working on arrangements for the program are program, Mrs. Al Rcisman, Mrs. Monroe Gelb Mrs. A! Berkowitz, Mrs. Oscar Topaz; telephone, Mrs. Benjamin Heiner, Mrs. Sam Seitlin; publicity, Mrs. Lewis Sternshein; refreshments, Mrs. Charles Spingarn, Mrs. Julius Wilson, Mrs. Abe Cutler and Mrs. Sam Caplan. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Samuel Pesin, Martin Haness, David Kozlin, Leo Braverman, Leon Kaplan, Nathan Dubler, A. L. Plager, Maurice Waldorf, Jack Apte, Max Silver, Leo Landis and David Berman. PAGE 9 A Latin-American Fest Set By Music League A Latin-American program will be presented by the Miami Beach Music and Arts League in connection with Pan-American week on April 15, 8:30 p.m. at the Roney Plaza Hotel, according to Ruth Brotman, chairman. All Latin-American consuls and Mayor Harold Turk have been invited. The North American soprano, Frances Sebel, will be heard in a varied program of the music of Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, Cuba and Chile. Warner Hardman will accompany her at the piano. Tryouts For UM'Hamlef Tryouts for the 16 male and two female roles in the University of Miami production of "Hamlet" will be held Mondav and Tuesday, April 9 and 10. at 7:30 p.m. at the university Box Theatre, North Campus, according to Sam Hirsch, who will direct. Parts for the play, which will be presented in the Ring Theatre from May 14 to 26, are open to anyone in the community, Hirsch said. .01*1. *. *xJGUST BROS RVr IS the tit ST? t\ r Author On Program Fannie Edelman, prominent Jewish author and writer of her own radio program in New York, will appear as a guest on Jacob Schechter*s Jewish Variety Hour on Sunday, April 8, at 2 p. m. She will read excerpts from her. most recent book, "The Mirror of Life," a collection of stories on Jewish life. tend to be a 'rubber stamp' for anyone. 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PAGE 10 A • l**l*tncr*&M Community Series To Present Violinist Community Concert Series of the Miami Beach YM and WHA will present Violinist Joan Field in the final concert of the season on Wednesday. April 11. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. Miss Field, who was a pupil of Jaquea Thibaud. Albert Spalding and Michel Piastre, will offe: selections by Tartini. Bloch. Achron. Wieniawski. Chaussen 1" .-Freed. Lecuona and Dt Fi 11a. n i •" the well-kn wn Fiel : |y which ii FRIDAY, APRIL 6. LEGAL NOTICE NOT,CE safiS 55 *NOTICE IS HBRKHY filVFN Ik Own,r. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS""" NAME LAW S NOTICE IS) HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desli Ing t. P engage in li %  ness under the I ..,„„. ;i Drake Villas at 77S0 Tatum Water way Drive*, Miami Beach, F'i.i | n ] tend to register said name with the Clerk of tin' Circuit Court of iwa. County, Florida uaa JACK FREiniTH and CLAIRE FREIDUS 4/6-13-21-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON SSSST.3SiSi. Sa a'. MS• .A.*s^f^r^oX^S^St Sc/mou, B. Litbrnn .rd M.Win P...1. c.d. 0 1 h. Gr..l.r Mm *~ CmaM ^ member ssia^jfjrawta2 ass £* %  •— %  — —~ Lovinson. Judge Konncth Oka. Seymour Rubin and Joseph Pardo. v „. wvntv and with the WQXR in N V rk City in 1944 to Music."-Radio City Music Hall • 'J~ A !" "^^. w in rec,,,. Dlaved a White Hot tal for Notes and Qu l ran *nw •... *-. ...la .. 1Q11 i .. .'_. .Ml'! t, Cyrus Field, who the first trans-At II' Field, p let, she ut at Town Hall. din Delan R tin 1933 and h • 5 • s: ,v %  the maji r orchesl '• :' :.".e B de Monte in 1943. she was solo \ nisi it rad rtaj n 25th Anniversary Fete A surprise twenty-fifth i ven ry ; arty was given in hon| Mrs M. Sanders. 925 X E 123rd St. North Miami, at tl E home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pritt on Sunday, March 11. by tl eir daughter, Elaine. Betrothal of Miss Pearl Pritt : Sanders' son, Irwin Sorrell. was ann< unced at the party. guests were the following couples: C. Weinman, R. Kapmd H. Sanders of Toledo. A Sanders and B. Sklover of Detroit; P. Hack. A. Kamins and M. Kramer of Lansing. Michat the National Gallery in Washwas rebroadcast by the OWI to ington D. C. as the representatroops U Has Field hasjtive American violinist for the appeared u s> I %  -"n ^"' '^' *. rvui.li,^llUri IN THE CIRCUIT COURT >K TUP ELEVENTH JUDICIAL < UUTiT OF FL. R!DA. IN ANU F*>R HUIK COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY No, LJ9S78 REOINA K. ISAACS, IMalntlff, •., LOUIS It. ISAAC8, Defendant TO: Lolls K ISAACS, Montsomen lirookhn. New Toric yOU ARK RKyllRKD to serve a oopy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintirfi attwnevs. lie Custas, Maer ind Floyd, and file the o iclnal In th. offl • %  '<,{ ln C!erk of the Circuit Court on or before the -Ith day of May, I Ml, In the above entitled action for divorce, otherwise a di eree pi o wi | be ntered against you. Dated this 2nd day of tprIL lsil. E. B. LEATHBIUIAM, Clerk of the Circuit Court, n'ircult Court Seal) By M C FEUlE. Deputy clerk. DE COSTAS. 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pHfD AY, APRIL 6, 1951 pomerantz Heads (fables Lodge Lewis Pomerantz, local certified public accountant, has been elected president of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to succeed Alvin t'orenblum, it has been announced by Charles R. Jacobw n, director of the B'nai B'rith Coun il. Pomerantz was graduated from M, w York University with a >e*ist fir rtdton PAGE 11 A phony Orchestra will mark its :.fi.V f M l 0iV B r S! ry next wason with John Bitter back as conductor Remaining as associate conductor will be Modesto Alloo who became music director when Hitter left the university in 1942 to join the armed forces. For its nine scheduled concerts for the 1951-52 season, Symphony Manager Mane Volpe announces the following guest soloists: Patrice Munsel, Metropolitan OpGables Young Adults To Hear TV Executive n upLyon Morrow, executive assist£V£ki atU s P |ano Oct. 28-: ^t to the vice president and tV, Kathleen Fcmnr Fnci;<.u I Senpi-nl >,,•,,-,..,,— .. mm... ... Bitter visited the U-M in December 1950 as guest conductor for one of this season's concerts, and at that time accepted appointment by Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, Miami's president, to the post of dean of the school of music. 9Q-K-..V.1 P a"P' %  me vice president and i. iV en Fcrr,or English congeneral manager of WTVJ will tralto. Nov. 18-19Vohnri; ___ u i__, • .. i Lewis Pomerantz r of Science in Accounti received his Master's Dein Education in 1940. He has I been a Greater Miami resident : 1943 and maintains offices lal 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Other officers elected were hirst vice president, A. Edgar Miller: second vice president, Herbert Weiss; recording secretary. Theodore R. Wayne; corresponding secretary, Sidney : treasurer. William Epein; financial secretary, Sam Slinoff; monitor, Alvin Coren^lum: warden, Hyman E. Friednan; guardian, Manuel Lubel; Bnd trustees. Jerome R. Adelman, >scar Greene, William Hechler Eugene V. Seidler. %  -it ii .-— *"B"II contralto, Nov. 18-19; Yehudi Menuhin violinist, Dec. 9-10; Artur Rubinstein, pianist, Jan. 20-21rn re g 01 Fiati Rrsky, "cellist. Feb! 10-11; Mischa Elman, violinist. Mar. 9-10; William Kapelk pianist, Mar. 30-31; Igor Gorin, baritone, Apr. 20-21; Helen Traubel. Metropolitan Wagnerian soprano May 11-12. Bitter, dean of the university's school of music since March 1 returned to the school following eight years in Europe. During that period he conducted such orchestral groups as the Berlin Philharmonic the Berlin State Orchestra, the Italian Radio Symphony of Rome and the Dresden Philharmonic. Bitter was conductor of the U-M Symphony following the death of its founder, Arnold Volpe in 1940, until 1942. During the war years he was overseas as an infantry major in the tank corps and resumed his musical career in Europe at the close of the war. On his return to the states, ;peak before the jCoral Gables Young Adult Group at the Goral Gables I e w i sh Com|munity Center on Wednesday, April 11, at 8:30 Ip.m. Morrow's topic will be "Behind •the Scenes in Television." He will discuss the Morrow methods used in planning and presenting a TV program. Dancing and refreshments will complete the evening. Reuben Nordenberg, president of the group, invites the public to attend. JCRS To Meet A meeting of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be held Monday, April 9, at 8:30 p. m. at the Majestic Hotel, 660 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. D ? BI B r,th officials plan 14th annual state convention of B Ml B nth lodges to be held April 28-30 at the Casablanca Hotel. Shown distributing patron tickets to committee workers is E. Albert Pallor, first vice president of the state federation, and general conventional chairman. Others in photo are: (1. to r.) Leonard Tobin, North Shore Lodge; Godfrey K. Newman. 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Beach Lodge Assails Discriminatory Advertising Used By Marine Terrace Releas letter addressed hv %  nl i;, ch B'nai B'rith to MayTurk, and all City i the City of Miami ting to discriminant by the Marine Miami Beach, ia ; dfrey K. Newman. %  |i nt, and Sam W. c i u>-" Anti-Defamation ^ man. the lodge's letter to Beach Mayor and ( I men is as follows: Id Turk ami Beach h, Florida layor Turk: If of Miami Beach B'rith, I wish to ; tent li in. and thai City of Miami Beach, I reprint of a ri :ii i mi one of New tropolitan newsimini I >i y adverthe Marine Terra.ee Bi ach. ctici of dh crimina%  %  ng by this estab: lects dii xedit and • %  a blight on the good H e City of Miami Publicity such as that in the attached is i the public relations ii our community. the practice of disn is not only unn and entirely contrary country's democratic ut is a direct threat to r-urity of our nation. In s period of national emerli clared by the Presithe United States, the lity of all American people is unt necessity. Efforts : he American people prejudice and discrimovide 'aid and comwho seek to weak. %  'ional unity, securi-hampioning of dethe United Nations. together with the • our community. great pride in the ol U. S. Ambassador ustin to the Mi' -Discriminatory Ordinance in his %  the United Nations on in Human Rights' in Beach has 1 I e r s h i p nati 'ii in the oi democratic : : the adoption %  minal iry Advertising Ordinance. "May I advise that ample doc-i umentary evidence of longtime continued blatant discriminatory advertising tending to weaken the American people on the un-American basis ol ri ligious pn judici bv the Marine Ten ace Hotel, ia available through the offices of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. "Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, accordingly, takes tli opportunity to urge the City ol Miami Beach and the I I Government to lake all appropriate measures to investigate discriminatory advertisin the Marine Terrace Hoi I, and and other similarly-situated e tabl m our city, and to effeel promp! compliance with the provisions of the Miami Anti-Discriminatory Adting Ordinance. "Looking forward to hearing from you, and with all good Ishi to you and the City Councilmen. we a: e Respectfully yours, (s) GODFREY NEWMAN, President (s) SA.M W. SHAPIRO. Chairman. Anti-Defamation League Committee." GKN/sa "NEW YORK DAILY COMPASS February 11, 1951 NOT RECOMMENDED Planning to go to Miami Beach? You should be forewarned of the practices of the Marine Terrace Hotel, whose president, John B. j Reid. takes great pains to emI phasize that the place is "near Catholic and Christian churches" I and caters to "a discriminating | Christian clientele." Reid's promotion material this year is more outrageous than ever, advising clients to file their reservations early because two other places have changed hands and "will not cater to a restricted type of clientele as in previous years." These defections, Reid warns, will "increase the demand f< c hotels of our typical mode of operation (Christian)." Miami Beach has a local statute against, that kind of bigotry, The Travel Agents Committee to bat I liscrimination by Rend Hotela has notified Miami Beach authorities of Real's behavior. Just thought you ought to know." i^^wiislb-IEIliOipidlilgun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951 SEC. B UJA CALLS FOR CASH NOW TO SAVE JEWS OF IRAQ Anti-Jewish tension i.i ireq this week continued to climb to itr highest point since that country's participation in the invasion of Israel nearly three years ago. Added to Iraq's May 31 deadline on Jewish emigration to Israel, authorities there have started to seize Jewish property and to freeze Jewish funds in banks while reports te'l also that Jews registered for emigration to Israel may be forced into concentration camps during their wait. With Iraqi Jews being transferred to Israel at the rate of 20.000 each month, the Urited Jewish Appeal has called upon American Jews to advance S5.000,000 in cash now to speed this mass exodus to Israel. Here is a typical scene in one of the planes now flying the rescue route between Baghdad and Lydda. Jmpellitteri Proclamation Draws Council's Fire NEW YO!;K. (JTA) — M Vincent R. Impellitteri's pi • of the month fr im i 22 to April 22 as ."Men hip lization Mi n h ( r the / n1 zation of Ai brought d'iv 'i on City Hall ly the wrath of the An Council for Judaism. In his proclamation, the that the citizi nry York wa with Zioi I he d( clared that the ZO. iion to the democi I • I i initarian principles of Ame a..n lift l:i bli %  c 1 for Judaism told th %  ill. ( ce should i. it expli ti I "to : • an organization wh i e p ntially political and highly controversial. The Zionist movement, the l< tter added is "contrary to the basic principles of American I and the mayor's action, it would result in segregating Americans of the Jewi/i I i ti "by involving them in the secular S of a foreign state.'' Civil Defense Workers Enrolled By Gables Unit Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, civil defense cnairmnn of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women, has announced that she has enrolled six members of the unit in the Red Cross defense cou They a.i thi Mes lami s E Reiner. Ma.an Pozen, Hazel Rappaport, Cele Winkelman, Jeannetto Schw I \/. and Sally Wellins. Sheriff Kelly To Speak Sheriff Thomas Kellv will address the members of Sholem e, B'nai B'rith. at their weekly luncheon meeting on Tuesday. April 10. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Sheriff Kelly will report on "The Problem of Law Enl Dade County" and will be introduced by luncheon chairman, C I Mil hael M. [senbi Fomerantz To Speak At Kadassah Meeting Ily Pomerantz, associate director of extension activities of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will conduct singing and explain the meaning of a Seder at a meeting of Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah on Monday eve:.. April 9, at 8:30. The meeting will be held ti Education Building of the Beach Jewish Center, aci 'hng to Mrs. Jean Berman, program irman. Rabbi Simon April will !uss Passover customs and monies. Mrs. Ceil ( i k, suppl man. reques nbi %  %  '. eat i r the Hadassah etters To The Editor Kasliru.s In Chaos idian in ler igned, appeal to sake of "Kashrus" to "• r in your weekly iw you. Mr. Shochet, i us have known your of blessed memory, hed and fought, if traditional Juda%  1 inger a secret that Sts in this city as J IS is concerned. The :.appalling. Butchers me the "Paskim" who are supposed to m Kashrus are distl ..ne another. One butcher "Treifah," the iiim in under his • some call it. his k us. v reached the point Orthodox Jews fei i they get no Kosher supposedly Kosher \ hy pay exorbitant they permit thembuy "Treifah" meat. Conservative Jews confidence in the inter guests leave h disgust. The more eat no meat at all ly in Miami. a situation can d to see. We, therei it behooves you. t, to take an interest t anarchy in Jewish City, and organize a • Hakohol" which will have rabb'""'' by butcheis and uland v u to P rint our names, if n„ W shl add names weekly buw, ary We wil1 boycott the Ihxllf, sh P8 until some order Jewish iif e will be established. v pi at and appeal to you for help. Do it for the sake of Judaism; do it for the sake of Kashrus. and God will bless you for it. Yours truly. Milton Schonfeld. J. W. P. Morion Lehr, Louis Cutler. S. Alpern, Jacob Roulefogel, Dr. Abraham Lemson, William Klein. J. Ruth. J. Mincoff. Sam Silver. Joe Benzon, Irving Solomon. Louis Katz. Sam Dandall. Samuel Badir, Joe Rutansky. Joseph Mendal Zimmerman. Win. L. Goldberg. N. Ungar. Harry Purash, W. Lipkin, Hyman Carl, M. Melman, Sade Carl. Herman Wiesenfeld, A. Weinberg, Clara Wiesenfeld, Al Stahl, Frieda Stahl, L. Allan. Anne Allan, R. Kurlander, J. Kurlander, M. Kelner, Mollie Posner, Nettie i n, Mrs. K. C. Moskowits, Lillian Moscovitz, S. Schlazer. and Samuel Schlazer. BeSicious. North Shore Center To Break Ground On April 15 Ground breaking ceren for the North Shore Jewish C( liter will be h< Id Sunday. April 15, at 2:30 p. ni. at 75th and Dickens A'. i 'iue. A ; : Bi ch C mncilman Burnett Roth will be principal syeaker. Al.-o slated to be present at the eereai ones is Mayor Harold Turk. West Miami JWV Post To Particpate In Service West Miami Post 223. Jewish War Veterans will take part in the evening service of the West Miami Jewish Center on Friday. April 6. at 8:15 p.. m. Guest speaker will be Hylan H. Kout past national vice-commander of the JWV. KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 100% Pure Coffee...nothing added Get to know the taste and joy and nocooking ease of delicious Borden's Instant. Coffee-100% pure coffee—on the Sabbath —during Passover and every day of the year! CERTIFIED KOSHER FOR PASSOVER •Y RABBI MAX FELSHIN



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+Jmitf Fkrkf&r Balkin To Address Testimonial Dinner WIDOW AND DAUGHTER OF RABBINIC STUDENT GET POSTHUMOUS DEGREE Life Of >'IHT To I8' Broadcast : : i • %  3 r" :"! r: """ %  :. XHl OJ %  DSHII TEl # b Wc.-ks "ccli C: Life .1 "^4wi UP I%  The Showcase of Good Food -->GOVERNOR CA=ETERiA MIAM] EIACH for aH fine Passover foods make it MANISCHEWITZ M I ] •i Mmim t ytu Ptsjs-er rir f:r li ; ep!'j t;:::'ssl ?:: i-ro -•. -;A UJ-;; C .: MCAT "A"Z3 v A" ; v £ A --:_• ---A•-. : : -1 : •. '.-•-. V: A : :-A:;-I -i-w;-.; MACAIO0M9 ;_A-i :-•::•.; .MACAC00H3 C*SCKT .TEA EOCOJ CHlil ;;£.£:.;; !A: : :E: : • % %  V .i:.-. J : = A:: ntsti •:; I: ; .-; MONTI .-•-. —c-c:: u NTS MAtMAJ. HJ4 w NTS :%  :•::•• = ; A-:--•:, ** ••-i: CAMOT SEE.E Ci-.:t^AVOti'tS C**;r c*;;ts FttrTS :;::;;::• ;;s; —c:::-..:-. ;-— *••:• :-;-::. A-t • t •• % %  A : ; %  ; : s i SC. = £ —£S ;; .£ SA.;r -E..C:. ••: :-x:-£; __ £.:•: %  A t> C M IS t: :; :. i IAITUT7 :• i:j '--.-% %  V. -%  %  :•: %  -i a its __M1HCAI is ;E..I{ '. -. "MATOCS • %  .* : L :AS ^. i %  :A-. •• %  ; i :A-. *-:.E ::?-. i ->: • •* M £ :•::;: : '••.!:•, : = < 1.: = ^: in CUAMSU _so* I^PITTI -T **~a>rm~i w IZE^L^ne. IK, Young Adull (iroup ListFuture Flans %  April 29 We!rcn:e All Ottf Friends .'... Work Suaraatoad Adams N'rvi*p Station STEAM CLEANING & (TNDEBCOATBfG GAS & 0 T LS — LVBRICATION :?:Z ItJE. Miami Ccun Phone 2-2257 MOGEK WINE SOW A: •:-: Throughou: The YM WINE CORPORATION OF AMERICA Cliicaqo 10—U.S.A. HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-Si'. rAMUU) • ->:t-a HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WOA.M. Sunday. 10::I0 A.M. Mf. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phoi ;;;; RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec. V::e-P:e=l Wheel Balancing and Aligning • Set Camber and Caster • Adjust Toe-in • Balance Two Front Wheels SPECIAL ALL FOR $J|.98 4 Labor Oniy Weights Extra £%JiiCkt4/se&tCr. : : >. TWO eon .' J :::#;^,j! ST. PMONE9 644I UOO H:H. T-Avt. FMCIII*"* m DOG ADM. S5< 1 SHA*-*^ TED G %  BB



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APRIL 6, 1951 V-Jmisti Moriritfiin PAGE 3 B ^_ r rrrrtf.IV.-.-. | | %  ..• % % % % % %  Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN v.-; HINGTOX— The State Department felt thai I arett's version of the persecution ol Iraq Ji i not with the tacts. Jewish Telegraphic Agency dispatches anti-Jewish terror in Iraq and a radio ne iver a n station by this correspondent were looked upon with I by elements within the State Department. The Ameriv m Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, informed Washington reports were without foundation. But what was Gables Organist Wens U-M Honor ; ..st at i-al Gabli i Center, has !)• ntod justice of the Appellate Court of the i niv< of Miami. This honor is awarded semi-annually to the three graduating who attain the st scholastic average of their class in Into school. Kessler will graduate in June and intends to practice locally. In addition to his high degree ..f scholarship he has been active in service to the school and is at present an editor of the Miami Law Quarterly and a staff member of the Barrister, official publication of the Law School of the university. He is former music director of the Radio Workshop for Democracy, a weekly broadcast of WMIE. The LL.B. that Kessler will reii ve in June will be his second degree, post-dating his first, a BA in music, by ten years. He graduated from Brooklyn College in 1941. Appointed with Kessler were i (live Mae Bean, who is also an editor of the Miami Quarterly recentl I chief justice Hanna Senesch Group To Nominate Officers Hanna Sene-sch Group ol h will hold its next mealing on April i) at 1:30 p.m. in the Sapphire If torn of the Belmar Ai; S. Mori is Alp. dent, announced. A feature of the business meeting will be nomination i fieers. Program chairman, Mrs. Max Weitz, will present H sah's newest technicolor film, -Hands of Healing." L I will sing several selections. thai tl Jewish ti ith? While the American Embassy in Baghdad was busy denying that 1-ere were any disturbances, a hard grenade flew into the U.S. government offices in Baghdad. Since the State Department maintained there was no disturbance, it is difficult to understand how DRYWOOD Termite Control ORKIN NYLON TENT PROCESS Guoranleed for 5 Years Non-corrosie, non-inflammable gam uwd 2-177fi 509 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI 5-3528 MIAMI BEACH TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. FIRST RACE 8:00 P.M. 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PRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1951 -Jewisti fkrkKtim PAGE 5 B Novak To Discuss Jewish Culture H. Novak, managing editor of ll,j Yiddish literary magazine ..fi 1( Future," will give a lecture I m the subject "Problems of JewI ilture in America" on Saturd^iv. April 7, at 8:30 p.m. in |,)] t Workmen's Circle Lyceum, [25 Washington Ave. was formerly director Y. L. Peretz schools in and later in Philadelphia and N< w York. He edited the iterary "Almanac" and I hied a specialist in the Jewish education and lie has published many [ ,.nd essays on these sublecture, which is given [ iu.pices of the WorkI Circle Branch 692, its I.'. Club and its Y. L. I 1 School, is open to the %  public. I"l;jjUlr-lranala I Women El<<*t M ; Bn Clein was re-elected %  1! of the Women's Activiiup of the Flagler-Granada ] Community Center at a i ng of the organization last 1 iv night. elected to office were M James Segal, vice president; Charles Blau, secretary; \.\ Arthur Robinson, treasurer. Monthly evening meetings will ugurated under the new t>: -. according to Mrs. Clein. PRIME MINISTER DAVID BEN-GURION TO LAUNCH BOND DRIVE IN U. S: Spring Dance Set Fourth annual spring dance of B'n;u BVith Council of South tlonda will be held at the Presi|rnt Madison Hotel on Sunday, \pnl 15, according to an announcement bv Judge Sam I. Blver, president. pO Expected At Sedorim [Ovi 250 persons are expected the Passover Sedorim being bid bv Kru'seth Israel Congrefction in the synagogue social \\l Cantor Abraham Seif will nduct the services. ReservaOns are being taken at the synakgue office. Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion will visit the United States in May to launch the S500.000.000 State of Israel "Independence" Bond Issue. This will be the Prime Minister's first trip lo this country since the Jewish State was established in May. 1948. Mr. Ben Gurion's arrival, coinciding with the third anniversary of Israel's independence, will mark the official opening of the Israel bond drive in this country. Funds derived from the bonds will make possible large-scale expansion of Israel's industry and agriculture. Distributed by PALM IHSTIIIIH TOIIS. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 E5 IOW AS UK y WTMIT MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. LAND SUN Sculled. i y TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS S MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH jtffft j Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Yaad Hakashrus Rabbi Moses Meschelofi Congregation Beth Jacob, Director PHONE 5-5537 NOW! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS MILK CREAM ICE CREAM or order from route salesman



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PAGE 6 B *.lf*i*tfkridHaiti J !" PAY^PR, L6 Mrs. Benner Heads Tropical Women Mrs. Melvin Benner was reelected president of T B'nai B'nth Women at the group's annual elect:. March 13 al the. Miami sh Cent* Religious S Installation is slated for SunApril 8, al 7:15 p.m. ..: the : Club. Miami Beach Councilman Bur• Roth will be In ing C> pen ill sc rve as I Mrs. Irving Cyp< %  • the invocation. Others name It were Mrs. L uis Wilsi n, firs pr< sident; Mrs. Irving L vice ] •' ... Medoff, treasurer; Mrs, S "a. financial Jews In Sports Mondschein To Teach Athletics In Israel •Bv BILL WOLF Mrs .1 I. :. I VIi -' % %  n. L 1. vy, Harvey Mi %  Mrs Assist -. Lou Wil%  Turk Appointed ... : :; : %  f the nal B B %  The big new of th li %  as a gUi st of 1 ment. The is athl %  I ty. was am New 12) H< was i Israeli S %  :.' f Israi : • tar ted I : Is proi whi %  C Nal Holmai %  I : S \vv\i I" %  li I ist as Hol%  %  • een the I S been made •figish athleti hard to make The Nal re Board helped [y by supplying the kn % %  .'. • i nee of its physic tional department, instrumental in the pi Col 1 i rry 1). Hei for Israel L. Ornstein and Normal S. G: %  %  %  '. lecai KonowMondschi nfused with the I %  i who is : NYU. Tl S them, since the y n it only both have the same name c] seh •! with NYU. Koul Appointed To JWV 4roii|i A Miami Beach attorney. Hvlan Kout. was appointed last week as Florida representative (it the Jewish War Veterans' Nanal C immission against ComPrice Control Gro Names 2 Office p Sam F. l).,v ,,.,, lh -leee*,. „„„, %  „ %  %  • Hefner .. k to the naming • x, a quick %  ti : ghlights .. LSKETBALL W '. work do, even missing from the national AA1 ca I nat at Denvi though it MO r its exLeague Opens Drive : politan AAU c n Ni w > I lurney n king a from r the uldn't Two Yi n I A %  been II am in V rk in a poll taken by • %  • v. .: %  NDBALL, Sam W JCC ninth %  • Ni u J rs AAL) hand.. pionship ting Les v Ben: B klyn. nal %  II ndl v av. DIMMING 1 new! tfali • D S He set il tly in tin 100-j ai I freeby doii t in 0:51 5. ton, Ohio. and I). I d in sent in the firsl on the airmail swimming • iment being held by the h Welfare li iard. The winwill be announced in this column just as soon as they are Mined when all of thi suits are sent in, to the JWB's Ni .'. Yoi k office. and T g**m B, muni.-m. >uuurne His appointment was announced ^K^nf by the national commander oi a Wd 0 J "I'S OPA '.'' A he was Department",, AgriSl&l Moorhead is i I Mi. ami Retail Chi %  Silvers, president of iim J Kela < %  •' %  %  1' nduc-e Inc : Beach's newly formed {'".'V, 1 L h '~ • bianch govern n Go l Government League, has erages, poultry, n ,announced a membership drive, and restaurants The league will "s een" incumretail grocer In M bents and candidates lor Miami)years and Beach municipal offices in the member of thi future, tail Groci A e • — Gartenberg and Schechter of the Passover Is Coming! Place Your Poultry Orders Early! -On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels, Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money HOTEL EDWARDS Announce That a Few Reservations Are Still Available For IIM I'assover Holithivs Air Conditioned Dining Room & Lobby Swimming Pool Highest Quality in Food and Kashruth For Reservations Call 5-4611 &f • &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f f, Temple Isaiah Will Conduct Its Traditional Passover Seder FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951 AT 7 P.M. J IN THE BEAUTIFUL PAGODA ROOM OF THE SAXONY HO ill 3201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating For Reservations Call 58-2248 or 86-1857 > Subscription S12.50 ^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f l %  % % % %  %  look for the GREEN and YELLOW Label' *Mgg0> Buy it 3 Thrifty Ways! i • Popular Pint Jars ** • Big Economy Quart Jars .Pfc,tfO • Fish Doeuvres Cocktail Snacks from fh ipofleli fctfrhtnt of MOTHER S FOOD PRODUCTS. Inc NEWARK 5, N. J. /Me>thei*§ OLS-FASBIOHES BORSUIT WOK ICY About Your FOOII A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment ar.d all other formal and informal affairs details arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 MGHTS. SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 3-1186 clusivi distribi tors to the n tail trade HI-GRADE FOOD COMPANY 1733 N.W. Seventh Avc. Miami, Fla., Phone 9-8456 interest on your surplus funds INTEREST I %  on Savings -Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to $10,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonard I. Abess, President 46 W. FLAGLER ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE MIAMI AUGUST BROS ftw: Is^thc BEST.' C A E S T SAVINGS SANK IN THI SOUTH



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PAGE 8 B 9-JenlstncridHar _FRIDA^APRn. 6 "Jewish Diamond Aces" Jewish Ball Hopefuls Faced Tough Time 'Breaking In/ But Kling Showed The Way %  .'• .-• %  • The thr th( : i : : •' i %  series By HAROLD RIBALOW (' pyriphl 1951. A Jewish P %  % %  Basketball, which has fallen upon unfortunate time—and dishonorable one used to be called "the Jewish qames,' mainly because a decade or two aao met of the finest teams had at least two Jewish hcop stars. On? reason for the large rreal Jewish basketball stars has bzen that basket%  %  %  %  • %  <•-,.. %  • • self in the h : I 100 J % %  from thi V there have been lit %  • • people—1 lypi and l -. si a J star, t it 1 n. it bebring : the Jev.-.s 1 '%  %  %  %  ;ing at 1 ... • stars the long -%  • ol t the N T '• %  %  %  !v%  the game al testant : • Al -S :. Two Passover Sedorim Planned At Beth Jacob : Si lorim will be con| al the David Whitman :, f the Beth Jacob Synagogue on Friday and Saturday. April 20 and 21. The M Sedorim will be handled as i n | years by the Sonn: Cati ers, Reservations for the Passovei evenings are being pted at the Beth Jacob Synagogue office, Miami Beach. I v overlooked : t t the N J • ... %  • • Negro ] '.| FOR RENT—FOUR MEETINGROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alio completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen tor Weddinrji, Bar Muivaht. Card Partlei and Lodge Meet ngs. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE S.DNEY H. PALMER 22, FOH INFORMATION A pioreer Negro in baseball is Jackie Robinson. Early Jewish ball stars at the turn of the century fa;ed as rough qoinq in --ry fated as rough qoing breakirg in" in the major leagues as Robinson. iAJP Photo) %  %  • l I the pel s Io Evers to %  it proved 1 • still • good enough 1 ... ye: made bas i t it is. littli Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade %  %  %  • K : leagues fi • H %  • n\ %  '• i there ai I ears E lb to il utstand. n WHY ( YOUR BEST BUY Bl^cfc from T^f"# Squor* Wofldi^ si if the ag s well. I • ** %  **. X s ,'% % %  • %  -" ---., v^ \% A finer, sweeter ALL-Grape wine UCHAYim with the old-fashioned "taste you remember" Remember how you loved the old-fashioned taste of pure, sweet prapc juice? You'll find that thrill again in ruby-red L'Chayim, made from pure grapes and nothing else. L'Chayim is Koshcred from crush to bottle by the eminent and beloved Rabbi Ht Singer of Los Angeles. bu y iXHAYim %  1951. L'CHAYIM KOSHER WIN! CO.. FRESNO. CAUfOSNIA Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fad/ YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the "71 ..iiu! s iiimii inn it* mil '"'HI \ iiinfn 170, N. W FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 urn %  it in urn Plllll iiillln inn* iiniilllllll HAROLD PONT IRVIN GORDON The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic ON THE TRAIL" PHONE 4-3155 THE GARDEN 2235 S. W. 8th STREET FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Ov.ner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS *ND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Commentator ATTENTION MIAMI BEACH VOTERS COUNCILMANIC ELECTION TO BE HELD JUNE 5. ur.i IMPORTANT Check with registrar at City Hall and make sure you are qualified to vcte. HAVE YOU MOVED? If you have changed your place of residence since you registered last—give your new address to registrar at City Hall. CALL REGISTRAR—PHONE 5-6041. EXT. 59 or come to City Clerk's Office—1st Floor. City Hall 1130 Washington Avenue ^^



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Dsnr t s FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951 Can Israel Serve As Model For Development Of World Government? +Jewisti rhrldifur PAGE 9 B I) By DAVID NUSSRAUM UNITED. NATIONS — The foundation for World Government is conducting an intensive uaiion today into theques1 whether the experience in the creation and building of [srael might serve as a model in miniature for the development of : government. I Foundation is a fundmental h group established to ;;ll facets and phases of the enl foi wo; Id government. i ting on a million-dollar from Anne McCormick it has come up after two v of research with the con| n that the federalist m vegone about as far as it that the true path to g ivernment is through i conomic development. n outgrowth "f this confoundation experts s ime %o raised these questions: Id the World Zionist OrK in be the pattern for a F leralist Congress? the Jewish Agency serve del for a world develop: i irporation? kibbutzim fn Israel show to the powerful social n I economic organization that ve In be created in the veloped areas to balance of capital at the other economic development In pursuit of the answers to qu< stions the Foundation's '.. Dr. Stringfellow Han. i of St. John's College .land, has been making m-the-spot study of the Jewj ite, the operations of the I Agency and the functinn\ Israel's collectivist agiiI %  tundation first began special interest in Israel nisi achievement when trustees. Scott Buading Chaim Wcizand Error." was the parallels between pment of the Zionist and that of world govcrnWhat impressed him was %  nly the n ;m of the bul the practical pron the site"—the ••ing of land in Palestine, the tling of Jews there, the raising huge sums to finance the clelopment of the area and the niding id' the foundation ritual state through the iction uf scientific agriculand technology, the estab' ol schools and hospitals, j deeds done and the rensibility for them accepted," i nan wrote, "had given the Congress strength and economically, politically j i morally." Through concrete complishments "lobbying be-1 rfective, power politics got and conviction amounted > inevitability." Buchanan went on' to discover i corporation, the Jewish i insored by the World Organization, had been i instrument of Israel's nt, just as in colonial p irations and trading played principal roles creation of sovereign "hiding America. Thus, I n theorized, could be the ittcrn for the establishtd. ment of a World D, v.depment I Corporation, through whose work (it harnessing underdeveloped reSourcesi and putting people to work the institutions of world unity could begin to grow, i In the summer of 1950, the foundation organized and underwrote a study trip to Israel for j5 carefully selected students Comprised of an African Negro, two Indians and the rest Americans, they were picked for their interest in various aspects of economic development. The group lived and worked in the kibbutz of Ein Hashofet for a month, then j travelled about the country for I another month. A report on the meaning of the kibbutzim for the world <; v %  : nment movement was made to the Foundation by one Ol the group. Harris Wofford, Jr.. 'he v lune founder of Student Federalists, Inc. it was the Butt and Wofford analyses that inspired the current investigations of President Barr. The question that had been raised by the Buchanan report en the possibilities of a World Development Corporation as the precursor of world government was how such a project could avoid turning into a "new kind of Western imperialism." The capital controlling end would probably predominate, it was pointed out. unless some way could be found to fortify the authority of those laboring in the developing countries. Wofford found the answer in the kibbutzim. The kibbutzim, he reported, by plowing "an unprecedentedly high proportion" for the foreign capital into the land itself kept generating new capital of their own. Moreover, they combined their strength by federating among themselves, the stronger sustaining the weak. They joined forces with, indeed helped or-' ganize the Israel labor federation which, in its turn, developed strong cooperative enterprises. Hence, they became not only unique tools for economic development but the "creative core" of a new kind of society—a society based on the community. And this community could stand up against the power of the for. eign capital not only because it! became an organized community j but because through sacrifice and pioneering spirit and cooperative enterprise, it could compete on the best economic terms possible. "Someday," wrote Wofford,; "the verdict may be that Israel, j because of its kibbutz-labor sector, discovered how to turn imI perialism upside down and make of it a useful tool Western I Florida Doctors' Wives To Meet With Husbands HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—Several hundred wives of Florida doctors are expected to begin arrivng here April 22 to attend the 24th annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Florida Medical Association, according to Mrs. James L. Anderson of Coral Gables, president. Their doctor husbands will be in Hollywood for the 77th annual convention of the medical association which opens for three days on April 23. The women have scheduled two meetings for the previous day. Sunday. An executive board meeting will be held in the Hollywood Beach Hotel at 2:30 p.m., and special entertainment, to which the men have been invited, will be presented in the hotel's Flamingo Room at 8:30 p.m. Leonard Warren, leading baritone of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will he guest soloist with fhe University of Miami Symphony at the seventh in its series of subscription concerts on Sunday. April 8. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium, and Monday. April 9, at the Miami High School Aud'torium. Warren wil'. sing "Credo" from Verdi's "Othello." "Avanl de Quitter ces Licux" from Gounod's "Faust" and "Prologue" from "I Paliacci." The orchestra will play Haydn's Symphony No. 11 in G Major and Kabelevsky's Symphony No. 2 in C Minor. Op. la. Jewish capital, poured into an' undeveloped Eastern land on a bold scale, has been utilized by the people on the spot to create a modern state." His conclusion is that "Israel is the best available test-tube for world economic development." REV. 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PAGE 10 B • Jew!si)ld late Fridaj services at TEMPLE ISAIAH (Reform! nil p.m. wrl Rabbi Irving i s TEMPLE S %  COD OR KG ATI ON 1 TFILAH %  %  11 a.n I : CONGRFGATION B E T H i \o 11 ,S los Seu I week. I •' through W i i 6:30 n sh 1 ire v F 6 15 Orth lox • 6:30 p.m. • :-.. Guest %  Istein, Jewish Tl At the i ... turday ;,: will in %  W< klj Portion oi Law. Foil i I %  ,h ,. Mi( .., v. I on ol -,-.:•. ( '•'•' : V. Go %  chant t, | by tl .. IJ g Si I loth. day 15 a.m. in the chapel. Junior at 9 30 :• :n tnc : h ,11. n ily religious 1 Moi through^! ursday l ] a. to | m. to itive) ISRAEL of will hear Dr. Joseph R v "* k or "Deal of a Siw rot Friday evening al 8:15 T&" Edward A Klein wiuJSftj Harry Boyell, i[, rb rt y t aiul and Frank A. PeI S I %  Saturday, L! %  i in will iif th %  v. i Sat ;.t 'Ids %  n. (ConKNESETH ISRAEL will hold rvici Saturday n ng services lu< ti d by Canl >r class will at 4:30 p.m. and • 5:30 S %  %  %  p.m. followed by which is b wt ek bv I : •A ill follow and -METROSiiioketl Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA Xew Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives v will complete the Daily services I I at wed by .. class in laws and cusl Sunn :fast will : to i ol the He! rew Sunday t hools by • [.Hi %  school Id except Friday 1 om i to 6:30 p :. Sundaj si is from 10 a.n to ion, wit daily in the fl i Irth dox) NORTH SHORE Jewish C est speak • Ossip, com30. JWV, >ue Kout, pn I I tive) DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE I .: 11 i I es at 6:1 %  le | lion of thi t t 6:15 foil Seudot %  % %  %  ISRAELITE CENTER ': A the wi rt nl Satui at 4 | SI H M. Kagan : : I daily Mo: lay t rhursd %  ning servi WEST MIAMI Jewish Comn unity Center will dedicate its late Friday evening service to the W Miami JWV post and will ear guest speaker Hylan H. Kout, past national vice comr who will speak on -JWV and the Community." Rabbi Ezra 1 ifshitz will officiate. Saturday morning service at 9 and the rabbi will preach on the portion of the week. The Sunday scl ool has invited 1.11 parents to attend a family fish fry al Crandon Park, Pit 2 on Sunday nOO! Groups will leave the rente: at 11:30 a.m. I mservativc ) • • CORAL GABLES Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris A. Skop pre. will hear the ral bi speak on "Tl e Pedlocks" at the 8:15 Friday service. Cantor Jos, p w. Malek, ied • phen Kessl al the organ, chant. Ones s. ab at will s turday n irning service will be at 9:30 with traditional psalms by Hebrew school stu•p. ah and bible study will be followed by Kiddush.' Book review forum will meet Sunday at B:15 p.m. with the rabbi reviewing some Talmud stories. Childn n's Passover seder will be held Sunday, April 15, and adult sedei on Saturday. 21. (Liberal) HEBREW ACADEMY daily 1 • Ra i M storj h ur for i •! p.m. i itS Will : I I taught i Seud 11 • Jewelry Store Opens In Little River Arec Announci menl f the o] i. '.'.Jewelen at 171 N.E. 79th Si of th Little Rivi trict. Loew's is undi management of W [ g, who hi.h perience in the Detr 'it and Miami T feature s a watch elry repair department watchmakers will be in ance Loewcnberg residi i wife at 1002 Meridian Avi ami Beach. His b: otl will join him this summi I charge of the apj HK'llt. Dial 5-5.M MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE BETH DAVID will hold thi of its lati Fii lay evenii g sei v ices at 8:15 licat I to thi of diof the i egation. 1 Max S: | USCUSS "Wl A dent Bi rnai I A si. rling will A mches and tl • with i rvice. Saturday sen 11 be at 8:30 a.m. and stud." t service at 10:30. At the Saturda ak on • rhe i... 1 • vative) • • • FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish .unity Center will hear Atty I.miHi \ Its at the Bil le" at I will : e served nftei ices. Satui I ice at 9 a.m it 8 Sun : TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will b i the set ne oi thi Bai Mitzvah S eldon I.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerson, at the Saturat 10:45 a m. At t ie Friday evening I 8 15, R l. peak "Con nal Loyalt ies." Shab'oat ol new i' i it l Keli i nt at (Lib CONGEGRATION BETH EL t the Bar Mitz\ Si lm Wi -n<\ Mrs. H [nd at t 8 .to SaturR bbi Muri irauer will deliver thi I ai. Cantor Jacob E. ir will chant, Friday evewill be held at ti. Junior congregation will meet Saturday at 10, Talmud class at 5 and Mincha at ti. Sunday school will be held from lo a.m. to noon, d iilj religiou: s< h IOI from 3:30 • ii 30 p.m., daily services at 7:30 and 8:30 a.m., reading classes tit 5 p.m.. and Mine a daily at 6:15 p.m. (Orthodox) When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time A To Buy Some a.m. and am. 11 HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS will Kaplan speak on "Thi S roday" • • %  %  Friday evenin \ %  How. TEMPLE ISRAEL of West Palm Beach will hear Rabbi Richard E. Singer speak or. y T um ed Crooks and White Collar Criminals" at the 8:15 Friday evening service. Candles will be lit bv Mri. R. S. arten. Saturday morning services ave been discontinued until further notice. At the Friday evei ing service Kaddish will b rented foi Golda Feiga Fein. Morns Shindler, Harris Rosenwald and Delia E Heller, (Reform) • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL and Congregation will hear Rabbi Simon Apni sneak ... "Preservation of Judaism" at his Saturday morning service at 9 The late Friday i vening service has been ated but tl ere is still an service at 6:15. Mishna at 5 15 p m followed by Mincha, Si alos Seudos and Maariv. Hebrew school daily from 3:30 to 6 30 p m. with daily BI tvieeat a.m. and Ii p m. Sunday will be held [ron 10 ">n. (Orthodox) 4? Alka-SelUer AT AIL DRUG STORES tra0 4 obb. Joseph E.J3J* 8,8 msfB Phone 5-35SJ



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csnF T a FRID AY. APRIL 6. 1951 Jewish Units Rap >eace Crusade Release in Miami of a joint signed by four national I igencies denouncing the n Peace Crusade and its nage" t<> Washington as other Communist effort l„ e x| recent development in i scene to the Kremlin's Ljvantage," is announced by Sam iS ipiro, Florida Stale ehairI Gilbert J. Balkin. Flor, i lor. Anti-Defamation [ : li'nai B'rith. Joining in a public statement, L An -Defamation League of I th, the American Jewish i ; Jewish War Veterans |] Jewish Labor Committee %  tie march on the capital j i crusade contrived by L nmunists and their symfcin misguide and de>.. nericans who genuinely [ democratic peace in the — g^BBfltfcllaEftfiaf? Kloin Announces Candidacy For Re-Eleetton Miami Beach City Councilman Maurice (Doc) Klein formally announced this week he will be a candidate for re-election in June The city," he said, "is entering a period where sound, wellPAGE 11 B i i irged that the AmeriCrusade was created i "the exposed and dis( Partisans of Peace bvi nl which circulated the kholm Peace Petition." ide "parrots the Com11 its demands thai the aw its forces from givi recognition to China and that the SI Ites relinquish its ii atomic weapons in its program to Western Europe threat of Soviet agin, the four agencies said. Girls' Softball League Starts Practice Games A six-team Miami Jewish Community Center second annual girls Softball intramural house league will open with practice games at Shenandoah Park on Sunday morning. April 15. at 10 withTri Beta vs. TAO. at 11 a.m. OVA. vs. B.Z.B. and at noon, Pin Sig vs. Hillel. Games will be played i ach Sunday morning at Shenandoah Park and Ihe double round robin series of games is scheduled through the spring. Maurice "Doc" Klein planned municipal direction will be required for continued growth Without too burdensome taxation. I believe my lour years on the council, during which we have accomplished an exceptionally broad expansion program, have given me a thorough know oi -Miami Beach's needs and qualifies me to give valuable service to my fellow citizens." Klein long has been active in civic affairs. He entered the pharmacy business in his native (New York after graduating from Fordham University and serving in World War I. In 1933 he camto Miami Beach, where he opened a drug store. He was an organizer and first president of the Washington Avenue Merchants' Association. At present. Klein is chief warden for the Dade County Defense Council, with the organization of some 10.900 block and area workers under his direction. In the last war he served in a similar capacity for Miami Beach, winning Army praise for maintaining the best blackout on the Atlantic coast. He also is disaster relief chairman for Miami Beach and chairman of the Red Cross fund drive for Miami Beach. For more than a decade Klein has been chairman of the Americanism committees of American Legion Post 85 and the Miami Beach Elks. In this capacity he has conducted numerous educational campaigns. He is a past commander of Post 85 and of Post 178, Jewish War Veterans. He also is a past state commander of the JWV. The candidate is vice president of Congregation Beth Jacob and a member of numerous civic and fraternal groups, including the Hebrew Academy, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Zionists. Hibiscus Lodge of Masons, B'nai B'rith. Knights of Pythias. Civic League and YMHA. In his four years on the council. Klein has missed only one meetihhvs Women |an Honor Fete* innual donor luncheon terhood of the Coral ish Center is sched' Inesday, April 11, I in the Pagoda Room S ny Hotel. ghlight if the afternoon will v to be presented lurdine's The store's fashion 1 Charlotte Lucky, %  c immentate. ^tcd to appear on the pro' Lillian Kraft, singer; Ii i median; Robert Ic. concert pianist. VSam Silvei is chairman I ent. Ige Honored At Dinner l< N Morris. Circuit Judge. I I at a dinner given by Temple Israel Men's Club I %  night in Kaplan Hall. Frankfurter Club and 1 D. Brandeis Club of rsity of Miami Law ve a special program. py For Golden Agers Friendship Club of Jewish Community ill hold a social meeting April 8. at 2:39 p.m. group of the club nl two one-act plays, Mrs. Fannie IVailman Koses. The presentllowed by dancing >nts. ing. and that on an occasion When he was in the national capital on municipal business. Because of this record he has been recognized as "one of the most diligent council members." Klein campaigned vigorously and successfully for the bond issues that provided Hie recently completed storm sewer extension, thereby furnishing drainage in numerous city areas that were plagued by flooded streets after heavy rains. The new \\h,tewa\ system also is a result of Klein's efforts to get out the bond vote. He initiated the move whereby the council leased concessions al the two municipal golf courses with the result the city now obtains $30,000 a year in new revenue from this source. Throu i ni in office he has insisted on preserving the public's right of to the beach at street ( nds and across other city-owned property. He sponsored the ordinance designed to prevent crowding m night clubs and restaurants in a move to prevent endangei ing the public in event of tire 26th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB Presents An ALL-YIDDISH PROGRAM Featuring • ABE GOLDSTEIN Famous Yiddish Humorist April 11th, 12:15 P.M. at LINCOLN MANOR, 2 Lincoln Road DON ARMS i / 1VJ -TIONS |0W ACCEPTED ["HE ER WEEK A p HONE ,-l2(4 WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs I 727 COLLINS, AVE. MAC _"< .mi y '"•' and traclllIon of the i \ '"in v. il I be pon-\ 1 d noted by the wellV | i< n '" n < 'antor NOUIM I > %  i I : %  Early Reservations Suggested Teleohone 5-8701 I K^^Mmi To our many friends & customers of the State of Florida For the finest quality fresh northern fish Lake Erie — Whitefish — Pike — Carp — Hecht PLACE YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAY ORDER NOW Last shipping date Tues., April 17—You may phone or wire CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE 425 W. Flagler St.. Miami, Fla. Telephone 2-6875 ^ms^ Let your relatives and friends in Israel enjoy real Holiday Feasts send them Ameic's wonderful "SHALOM" food parcels. They need food in Israel! Kosher for Passover Package No. 4 12 Lbs. $12.00 5 lbs. Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat 1 lb. Butter 2 lbs. Sugar 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Vegetable Fat 2 lbs. Dried Fruit Special Fresh Meat Passover Parcels No. 20* S24.50 Same contents as No. 4. with additional 10 lbs. Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat No. 304 $30.75 Same content.-: as No. 4. with additional 15 lbs. Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat No. 404 $37.00 Same contents as No. 4, with additional 20 lbs. Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat All of These Packages Are Kosher for Passover! Kosher for Passover Package No. 104 17 Lbs. $18.25 10 lbs. Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Coffee 2 lbs. Sugar 1 lb. Vegetable Fat 2 lbs. Dried Fruit B m;sn MEAT FOK B*fC \i:i.: Rib Steak. Shoulder Steak, Pot Roast, boneless and trimmed. Get the "SHALOM" food parcels for Passover and the rest of the year with Fresh Frozen Kosher Meat under strictest religious supervision. "SHALOM" PASSOVER FOOD PARCELS contain more pounds of essential foods for every dollar you spend. Here's How to Order "SHALOM" Packages: • Select the package you want. • Send check or money order with full name and address in Israel. • You will receive Gift Certificate which you airmail to relatives or friends in Israel. • They obtain the SHALOM food packages direct from our Israeli warehouses. WRITE TODAY TO: z#HF-\Y AMERICAN ERETZ ISRAEL CORP. ^•WtlW • 565 FIFTH AVF.. NEW YORK 17. N. Y. • MUrray Hill 8-9270



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PAGE 12 B • Jewishfhrk/iar ^DAY.APRae, Blake Gables Candidate Raps Garbage Tax Coral Gables city commission candidate Thomas J. Blake today quoted facts and figures to support his argument that the municipal garb 'an b< n pealed. Making h : ir political office. Blake has I the only issue in I quiet gn w i t h : x garleparl in%  populan % %  !•. ... %  : n trim than ei I l %  care %  : • • %  < "I think n i n i ur city i m." Blak al G the p ills n Tui ; %  ; pull level IA, I that the' are put%  tchdog iver the i itj ury, and who will d utmost to run our city with the same efficiency thai peopli come I %  m .1 priv owned %  '•• %  Blakr .p i sidenl ol Fidelity Title Co.. with offices in the Coral Gabli s F rsl N itional Bank the L -: i Bldg., in .Miami. 7KCOHfWS SAY .T'JLIE. HOW A30UT) Vflf G hlOOPJX FPOVN]" IH C L :: %  :. SCHOOL TC • %  • ••) r CiONG 10 THc / '. c -. Causeway Not Included In Bond Issue, Pallot Says Sisterhood Will Hold Annual Spring Luncheon Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation unual spring lunch•-, Wednesday, April 11. at 1 p. m. at the synagogue. Hostess for this event will be M< sdames Beckie Becker, Max Newberger, Helen Waranch and Shirley S; Pi iceeds are earmarked for the building fund. • P %  of C tention to y" is •" %  ting. Pallot u i listinctly not ii the boi P t is presidcnl ft B •• Area T. \charti I tli necks • ffic probl "Ir.'. !' %  fntil 1 xperts deteri vi the! |y n i .: that i" this r as in, it is led ii %  bond iss 1U ceived by the n recently was a special letter from Alfred A. McKethan, chairman of the State R iad t> partment of Florid:: McKethan revealed that tate's official traffic survey has not yet been completed and is :. v entering its second phase. "Until this is complete and thoroughly analyzed," wrote McKethan to the North Bay group. "we will not be in position to know the location nor the nature of the improvements to be made. There is every present indication for the need of an additional ing between the beach and the mainland, and the result of this survey should, among other ways, determine the best location for such a crossing." Looking on as Circuit Judge Vincent C Giblin signs the charter of the Good Government Leigel are '1. to r.t Milton E. Grusmark. Mrs. Theodore Arvan, Mrs. Glen Adams. Mr. Adams. Mrs. K'\ Diefendorfer and Charles Silver, president of the group. AJC Board To Meet A board meeting of the Miami Chapter American Jewish Conwill be held Wednesday. April 11, at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs A. Kasow, 2100 S.W. 21st St.. it is announced by Mrs. Ruth Hertz, president. TRUER TO FORM Mizrachi Card Party Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a Youth Aliyah card party on Sunday, April 8. at 8 p.m." at the Beth El Center. All (is are earmarked for the orphan children in Camp Rennana, Israel. Mrs. Lena Zimmerman, chairman, is donating all the refreshments. Tune in "Jewish Forum On The Airstation: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by v ^ ttax\o Passover Services And Dinner April 20th & 21st Choir, eight outstanding voices, conducted by Mr. Ben Yomen Margaret Ben Yomen, Organist Services conducted by Cantor Nathaniel Sprinzer, Canter and Leading Tenor of the New York Civic Opera Company The BLUE ROOM Reservations 58-7881 The 1 9 4>hi 8IO On the Ocean at 17th Street Tariff: $12.00 first night 8.00 second night 18.00 two nights s, Simon Seiden Brake i: i and Front-End Alignment—Body ReP" 1 ,! Clutches, Ignition, Electric & Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery end Seat Covers Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phonei 8-8244, 1-6651 •'' %  s W th ?NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM ONLY N FUTURITY TRACK IN FLA. / 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W 7th Aves Th o The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater M-"Jewish Federation 1. To buy on^in stores where the sign ol the GfeaterMiomi Vaad Hakashruth n is displayed; 2. And to buy _only chickens with the ring ol the G.M.V H. H 1 0 J as this is *• onlT ..dentmcauon-wSch proves ** *• G.M.V.H. endorse, the Shochet; ^rn 1 .^.V^S^; n T?^^""%  **"** %  Jewish s,y,e For Further In L.. Z d-fln,lrt d n • ka.hruth. 818 fiSSn. AvTnue n C aCtI !" *- Call Our Director. Rabbi Harry Slrldn, Pre,. H. Sootin. Secy. o Telephone £ S. LobL Tr*^



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IfRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951 +Je*ist) fhrihir Zionist .Luncheon 'To Hear Goldstein Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Iclub will meet Wednesday, April 11, at 12:15 p. m. at the Lincoln iManor. to hear Abe Goldstein, pll u Yiddish humorist of the iSoutth," who will headline an Igll-Yidilish program, according |to Harold Shapiro, chairman and joastmaster. Goldstein, a vice president of ..,. /: mist Organization of America, will arrive here from SaraIsota. Fla., for this speaking eni i nt. He is a long-time jiember of the executive of the ZOA. He is a resident of Hartford, Conn., and winters in Saralota. Jacob C. Fishman will lead Community singing and Charles Lee will present the Israel Rews Forecast. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements arc Daniel M. Broad, Paul Ksman, Cantor Samuel KeleEer, Sam Prosterman and Irving fchatzman. borden Company Spends (6,550,445 In Florida %  • I The B u'cien Company spent $6,B0.44J in Florida during 1950, 1 was revealed here today. IE. F. White, manager of the |>rden's Dairy pointed out that total represented the money \u\ to farmers for milk and othsupplies, to employees in payJl checks and to state and mu|cipal governments for taxes I assessments. In addition. White said there Ire 894 Borden stockholders in te Of Florida who shared I its 1950 dividends. The averBorden stockholder owns 84 res, White said, and dividends I10 were paid in 1950. PAHF. 3 A PAGE 13 B A BMk^f; A P ? enat r Geor e Smathers (right) to Shaker A Shikany. candidate for the Coral Gables City Commission in the election next Tuesday, as Smathers boaraed a plane for fh! S ro n ,!i£ I, 1 S hU u" ed Visit here shika "Y was chairman of the Coral Gables Smathers Committee during the senatorial campaign last year. BBG Unit Slates Dance B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter 14 will present a "Gaeties Dance" on Saturday, April 7, at the Beach Y at 8:30 p.m. Main event of the evening will be the unveiling of "The Thing." Co-chairrrten of the event are Susie Korshak and Enid Pallant. OHITUAKIES r! JOSEPH BIALIS %  s.w. nh St., passed away • Hicame here five > ears ind where he .i. ni He leaves his trite, iur, of Cleveland; a Rleanor Zlegler, Ml. Flyman, -f Cleveland; Ire. Dora Welnsteln, Iberc, Cleveland, and >er, .an I ilego. Bei vi icted i Gordon •. rin. in followed I' Xebo. MOSES SHAPS a8l 7 months i paaaed :i M ay Hi lie the cleaning Service* were Funeral Chapel 1 Max Shapiro. Interim nl Mi \'( bo i 'emetery. ILLIAM HOWARD PROVDA %  N i: -'-in St.. passed April j. ii,. u.i,, visitor from ni had been here for Hi leaves his Wife, Nan; •in. two daughters,; a Harold; ami a slater, Mrs Albany. The remains Schenectady for services Cordon Funeral Home. MRS. DOROTHY LEIMAN Ku< lid Ave paaaed away • hospital on March tt. She • • seven j. ai s. ago, and is three sisters, Miss Katie Mrs. Helen Burns, .Mrs three brothers, David, anil Jacob FYledberg. Th.re%  m t.i New Y.uk City '{'" %  and Interment by River'• I'hapel, Miami lleach. SIDNEY FEIFFER 59, <.r 1492 Lincoln Terr., died In a beach hospital March 31. He was the owner %  >! a Lincoln Road nift shop and '.mil. here 15 years ago irom \ilantlc City. He leaves his widow, Mildred; one a Albert M.i two brothers, Adolph and Dave; and one sister, Mrs. Frances Morris. Services were conducted in the Riverside Memorial Chanel, Miami Beach, by Rabbi Irving L^hrman. Interment IOOK I. air m Ml X..lu, SAMUEL A. FRIEDMAN 85, ..f 8135 B.W. till si passed away March 27 In a local hospital. He was the owner of n rooming house and lived here f..r 20 years. He leaves his wife, Alice; three sons, Hyman, Morris and Benjamin; one daughter, Mrs. Sarah Swimmer. Services were conducted In '.'The Miami Riverside" |bj Rabbi Murray Urauer with Interment taking place In Mi Sinai. rCEJWIN CAMPS fort Jervli, N. Y. Eil. 1919 saooaissivi IDUCAHONAI, MON-COMMfftCMl CAM'S Land ind watir iporis. itsihttic ictivinet. rciidtnt doctor! and nursci; Sabbath and dietary laws observed; Jewish cultural influences; icparaie age groups. Ideal Summer Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls Rates $393. Send for descriptive booklet PL A. •>. SiK..lmn. H. I. Sln*r, Dlrxlari 231 W.il SJrd St., N.w Ysrk 24 • Tt 7-0212 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hsv* you. roof repaired now; you will save on s now roof later "Satisfsctory Work by ^ Experienced Men" W 414 •. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-MW ELSA RUBINSTEIN I". of 16M Jackson St., Hollywood, passed awaj In .i local hospital, Man h 2s. Hhf leaves a cousin, Mrs. Klsi.Qerson. Services were conducted In "The Miami Riverside" bj Rabbi Murray Qrauer; interment followed In Mi. Nebo. MRS. LIBBIE BRODY Uarrield St.. Hollywood, %  vlsltoi fnnn New JTork this week. She leaves two daughters, Miss •ly. Mrs. Frances Sals. two iirothera, Samuel and Isalerk, two sisters, Mrs. Edith Mrs. Bessie Caplan. Th.•si HI to New York f..r 1 Interment by Riverside apel, Miami Beach. MAX ROTH c-2. of v:il N.E. Msi St., passed away In a local hospital March 29. A resident for 7 years, Mr. Roth was a retired baker. He leaves his wife, Klslc; two brothers, Mark anil Julius; six sisters, Helen, Nellie, Yi-itv. Margaret, Jennie and Teresaa. Services wi re lii-lr ,i.*i|.ii Narot with burial In Mt. Nebo. ANNETTE BANDER 64. of 3.". N.W, :'-'".ih Court, paaaed .away this week, Bhe IM survived by her husband, David; two sons, Milton land Raymond, The remains were senl i tn Marathon, New fork, by "TinMiami Riverside." MORRIS LEVENSON • Harrison SI Hollywood, March 28 In a hospital. were sent in New York • and Interment l .v % %  Riverside." ** MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS ?I59 FLAGLER ST. or Phone Me NAT GANS LIFE 3 4616 — 4-9981 INSURANCE NEEDS M ''opontan Lite Ins. Co OUcayne Bldg W. Fiaoler St. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Condi tioned "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb: GORDON FUNERAL — HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES Meixanine Floor T < HOICE FAMILY PLOTS lewish Section—Woodlown Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! [j* Deiailg and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have "*one for other gratefu' mw GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director SALLY'S WE DARE ANYONE TO MATCH US! MIAMI'S ONLY 7 COURSE $^00 DINNER up WITH OUR FAMOUS RELISH TRAY FREE WITH DINNER Same Prices Everyday! • Year Around • FREE PARKING! You will be rewarded for your trip SALLY'S The original Sally & Ben Firestone 602 S.W. 12th Ave. • Ph. £££, >



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PA GE 14 B CuuiH'il *;•< ton B tant, on the Wi .-; Mi [ to t tilled on Api il astLaw School in 1935 and practiced law there from 1037 to 1944 when he moved to Miami. Third Seder Planned : elite Cent • D i Stein Sisl I i PTA. will 5ed ,i, 7:30 p.m. at thi Char! Fidelman is cha m are I Jacobs Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the m< inory of the late %  B j |y of 534 N \\ : • St.. will take place Sunday, April 8. al 2 p.m. in Mi. Sinai •.try with Cantor Rudolph Brill rg. MrJacobs is survivi i by his wife, Bella, and two son.-. Morris and Alex. Ar%  Sand '• • ial. ... ISO'! Cardiac IIOIIH' Seals lli*a V %  I %  1950, limi %  %  I G %  %  • 22 Christian Leaders To Studv Israel Problems NEW YORK, X. V A takei 22 C %  %  I %  %  %  rom intriet. HOTEL OW APART We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS'. LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach D.o £pend the PASSOVER W at Hie Jcseph Waldman VICTOR HOTEL TRADITIONAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SEDER SERVICE Conducted by Waldman Family and Cantor Berkowitz In Air Conditioned Dining Room Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservat *"S Accepted Now CALL 5-0041 On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach SHAKER A. SHIKANY for l In* CORAL GABLES CITY COMMISSION #"#ioo* I Man Wlia is Knou-n For His Tolerance Ability Integrity Experience One of the leading exponents in South Florida of Ss co-operation between all religious groups, he is supped by representative citizens of all Faiths. B LJJ-B- mil ~" m Here's What He Believes In: 2) 3) 4) 5) S) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) Finn continuation of a city administral P 'HI i sine; maintenance of the "Coral Gables T Absolutely resisting consolidation in any t. All • assist the National I), I'm I P Adequate measures to meet our own 1" probli Posith -open tion between all religi Full co-ordinati in with civic, business and | ups i ill n of parking facilities to improve i*a • A I [e city beautification program. Fair p< nsi >ns for city employees in line with muniopal income. Development of a first-rate Coral Gables Beautification of the F.E.C. Dixie H of- ay, CORAL GABLES VOTERS On April 10th Do Yopir City A Favor Pull Lever 8-A SHAKER A. SHIKANY (The Commitf Fur Shaker A. Shikany) 1-....T POUI



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ffflDAY. APRIL 6, 1951 LEGAL NOTICE *JmMi mrSdgain LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I iv TIIK CIRCUIT COURT (>! %  • THE %  •I i \ KNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT () L< | ... iftll 'A, IN ANII 1 IR | lADK ,;,i\,V — IN CHANCERY, No. KARL BENJAMIN, PlainJEAN BENJAMIN, DeIT TOR DIVORCE I BENJAMIN Avenue p. n New Yt.i k %  :. by notified thai a Bill I. ror i lvon has been I you, and you are re>. %  cop) ..f >our Answer to the Bill of Complaint %  Attorney CHERTKl >F l.\Xl' K.M.lsli. 107-08 Olympio BuildFlorida and file the %  Pleading in the Clerk of the Circuit I in before the 16 flay of iv If you fall to do so, Judgfuull will be taken agalnsl • relief demanded in the j plaint. %  hall be published once for four consecutive weeks ivlsh Plorldlan. VND ORDERED nl Miami, ii da) of March, A.D. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'ourt, Dade County, Florida • i 'mirt Seal) By VVM. \Y. STOCKING, Deput) Clerk. Ill '! AND KALISH lii Building ula for Plaintiff i t; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE • AME LAW LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 15 B IV Tin" C ,l TO CREDITORS i7 !'v '" NTV JUDGE'S COURT M-in I POR DADE COUNTY, "'DA. IN PHOBATE, No! In It, ESTATE OP ANTHONY MASS A Deceased T '"•in. MS :iI1 .i AII Persona Hav. : Oi m a Against Said %  oi you, are I NOTICE TO rocnirnn. m.iiii i %  '"" %  ••'"' %  "i you, are he rn He. ESTATE OP ',.' "•','• & 1 "! l 1 County, Florida. ALEX JAY ROSE Judge .". S'/' ,:l """'. County '' '"""• %  • .""I file the ,. office m the County County, Florida, V";", el 5 h calendar months from the date • %  the first publication hereof, "aid claims or d. mands to ...main LEGAL NOTICE .".'.' %  v ; %  •;:,:;„ % % %  ;:.'• / claims and demands which nioiit ha ORDER OF PUBLICATION Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE \'! il JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I I HtlDA, IN ANI P FOR l> \I>K n IN CHANCERY, No, M VNTECON, Plaintiff, va I \ MANTECt >N, I'. fendant i i \ MANTEi'( IN M In 81 • • %  • inn< rtl< hi %  bj ..i il. i ed and re. n copj of j our answer %  'omplainl foi i H\ d herewith, • attot nej. and file the %  office of the Clerk .if Co irl -I Dnili I 'ounty, the 13th da rwlse Ih. will be taken aa i h 13, I97.1, F. B, LEATHERM \X. • i the Cli ,ii Seal) VVM. \V. ST( li 'Kl SO, Deputy i HAND I'lalntlff Building i.la Indate of the flrsl icatlon %  .' claims or demands to contain the legal address of the clalmanl aim to be sworn to and preset I a're.','. '' l: SK defendant. •i-,,. ,-, SH'.T, '" l: DIVORCE PI FANNING C ROSE -. I., -in.x Terrace u esi Orange, N. .1 You .,,, herebj notified thai n of Complain! for Divorce has LEGAL NOTICE '"''"' ind y„ ;V > U '. '' Pleading ... the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys Silver, Tatham, Abdo & VI in \n iv 8SX'?!!. BY PUBLICATION INI HE 'IRl IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cll N VND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No Ull.1-1 AM li DARROW, Pla ALII I. JENNINGS DARRi >\V, Defends %  • YOU, ALICE JENNINGS DARROW Ni York, an np> of your an 1,111 "' lliVOtTO ..|| the %  Da\ id VV vV yne H i •.:. Miami, i ""' fjl' thi thi I rk of lin i h. nil Courl before the 16 da) of April, 1951, % % %  enteri d against you. Dated this 15 da; %  Mar, h, 1931. K H LE \"i IIERMAN, of the Cln %  Courl B} VVM. VV. STOCKING 6-13 DepUt; '" Wk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ME LAW IEREBY GIVEN that di s!i ng to eng the fictitious name oi at 1611 Pi nnsj i\ anla \u Rch, ntend t< register with thi < "• i k of the f ml i lorida. CHARLES iBEL DREP I'REEMAN t t|i anta JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that i I ilesli ing ; %  1 the ii. i in.ins name "f Company at 138 x.w. %  '• iti. Florida, intends to name with the Clerk of Court of Dade County, STANLEY FELDMAN, | i,i n. iNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW REHV ilVEN thai %  : %  1 I %  I GR ..-.-• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FIX1RIDA. — IN CHANCERY, \ 1393*6, DOMENICK LOGANA, Plaintiff,' va STELLA l.inlANA, Defendant. You, STELLA LOGANA, 110 Oiminskl Drive, Syracuse, New Fork, are required to serve a copy of your to the Bill of Compla i divorce mi plaintiffs attornev, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file "i I glnal in the office of the i of this Court on or before April 9, 1951, otherwise a l ree Pro Co will be entered against you, DATED Man h 9, 1951. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By B. II. RICE, .II: Deputy Clerk, 3/16-23-80 I 6 >CR FICTITIOUS %  AME LAW III REBY GIVEN •I > \'. i VN LE1SEN, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE U'l'lJ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FUtRIDA IN AND I I III DADE COUNTY', — IN CHANCERY, Case No 139440. MADELEINE BLOMMAERT, vs, CHRISTOPHER P. BLi i\l\' VERT, Deft n hint. Ti i: ., i' Bl•: (•: s COURT IN AM) I'm: DADE COUNTY JRIDA. IN PROBATE, So. in Ri ESTATE I IF la dls R( ISENBLAT'P. I %  d. redltors and All Persona Having ( lalma or Demands Against Said •. late: You, ami eai li % %  :' you, are hereby d required to presenl any and demands which \.. i, oi f } ou, may ; DM the %  I.I ll'IS Ri ISENULATT, de%  %  %  i' li % %  mty, Fk>rlila, : l W 1'. BLANTON, %  Judge nl Dade County, and file the in the County e In Ii idi Count I %  preol nnda to %  (IdresH of the claimant and norn to irred. See Beetle Act. 1 %  %  1 .' 21, A. 11. 1951. MILTON LUROS ESTELLE HEILMAN A or i i the Last W and Ti ., mi lit of L> IL'IS Rl 'SEN Id.ATT. Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN ni :• H for Executors i G-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND TOR DADE C< dN V. i 'R1DA. IN PROBATE, No, In Ri ; ESTATE OF NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN, also known aa NAT BRAUNSTEIN, i'-, ased. To \ ; i 'redltora and All Persona I laving Claims or Demands Against I Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby and required t.. present any claims ami demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate "f NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN, also known as NAT BRAUNSTEIN, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. IBLANTON, County .IIIIIK,. of bade County, and file the same in Ids office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Floi Ida, ii hln • Ighl i nli ndar monl hs from the date -.f the first publication hereof, Said rlaima or demanda to ^ .il address of the m and in be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will barred. Sei Si tl n 120 of the Pall J*Ulloy. Iln.-I.iham Ru .'"'V 1 '' %  '• the original Am,.. he ch?.,? ;'-" ffi r the Clerk %  in. ( licult ( ourt mi oi before the Mthi day of April, 1951. if ^„n fall 1 ',' • Judgmei %  bj default wlU '! Paln8l you for the relief '''•.''l'.'" 1 '" '" the Bi • c alnt. cnch'weeU f. 6 ? : '" '" IM ""' '""' %  S, '• ir '"us, cutivi weeks n Thi Jewl h Florldlan c ,DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Plorlda, thi. 26 da] of March! -\ J %  B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ,,•,",';;',"'.' """• : 1 County, Florida. 11 II. III! Courl S, all By W.M. w. STOCKING : 6-18-20 '"'"" y Clerk NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I'lli: CIRCI.'IT COURT OF THE liTIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1 1'ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE No. IMR74 X C "ANCERY s \! V'A 'V'f? MSSES Plalnl I IIAIInl ,li I ISSFS i .. i i ...., TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383 Darby %  14.. \l ; %  '• "' %  Island. New York; "'I ai. required lo si n %  a !'! :', %  Ml' hi" I -I Vrnold VV %  ," ,| ', I' I gin r Dated ilii March 29th. 1951 E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk Cl %  i %  Ircull Cfiurl Seal) By w M w 13-20-27 s i'i ICK1" Deptlt) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OF •-LEVENTH JUDICIAL •'11 IN 'I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE, ,s HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ngage In xxvl^MmT,!! 1 : ri ; "" 79th St,' S ; '' -"' :; N "'"'•' '.' %  -aid nan., with the Clerk II Court of Dade County" MARK SILVERSTEIN 3 *? B !" % % %  • Applicant I-" l. ncoin Road Bi h, 1 I) 30 I 6-13-20 ;.'' ,.'':;.' I:;|,A [•>' AN'" Hill r>AI E |: ';I.NI V IN CHANCERY IIKII.A COHEN, Plaintiff, vs. Kl [1IJNE COHEN, Defendant o: EUGENE COHEN, IN-, N ^ TICE BV PUBLICATION 'N I III. CIRCUIT COURT nl-' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR( "|T OKKLiimiDA, IX AND M ,,: |, A DE •I •> %  IN CHANCERY, No. EVA HORAK KVI: HoRAlv, Plaintiff, is. VLADIM Ml: HORAK. Defi ml %  I T< i: VLAD1MAIR Hi IR VK co Slska, lis East i 11 -, ^ oik 21 .\. H York. ,'" quired en c„„j [ >' %  i C mi'e on l e l %  of the Cli %  • in ..n ... befii ||„ othi rwlse, ; %  of i 'omplnlnt for 11 fih >1 hi %  : will In taki n %  I'ai. d al Mian i tila the %  %  daj 01 Ma ch. 1931. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of ttai Cli Dade County, Florida, lit Court Si BJ : VVM. VV. STl CKING MILTON A FRlEDMAN?* ,UtJ Ctork AIL .in... f,n p| ilntlff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 3 30 I 6-13-20 12 Powell Street l h ookl) n, New York equiri .1 to sei vi a nwer to the BUI • rr Divorce on the plalnl and tO fill nnswrei office of the Clei tinCircuit Courl on • bi I i of April A D, 1951; oth thi Bill of Complaint foi DI heretofi herein, will In %  • .i hy vou, 1 it Miami, Florida, th L':i da ol Mai ch, 1951 E i: LEATHERMAN. k of the Cln l 'ad.i • mntj. Floi Ida. 1 Seal) lVVM. VV. STOCK I? MILTl IN A FRIEDMAN.' %  I 20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOL' NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN %  %  %  : %  I'ackni X.W, l-i Stn VI thi "£ the I I CIVIC BAR INC, MV ERS. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 6, 1951

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
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fewiisItUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Fm^K24 NUMBER 14
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[nsion High On
rian Frontier
kuUS ILEM (JTA)Tension
laincd high in the Huleh reg-
Ithis week as the Israeli au-
ritics in .barge of the drain-
, project began armoring trac-
i ard trucks used in the re-
lation of the vast swamp area
tted in the Israeli-Syrian fron-
[sraeli workers digging drain-
* canals on Jewish-owned land
[the demilitarized zone of the
Birp region have come under
ermittent fire from Syrian
ops for the last few days. In
move to insure the
iy of both Israeli workers
poliren-.en and Arabs living
;hc region, the Israeli authori-
have imposed a strict curfew
I; irea. At the same time, it
Is learned, the Israeli Foreign
Inistiy has informed the Brit-
i French Ministers at Tel
Eiv, who have expressed a keen
f in the situation, of de-
Popments.
, represi ntative of the For-
tn Ministry explained to tb,"
Jitish and French envoys thai
(e Jewish state is not prepared
[yield its sovereignty over the
jmilitarized zone. The Israeli-
irian armistice agreement, he
linted out, provides only for
. demilitarization of the area
imposition of restrictions on
llitary personnel and weapons
1 the areabut does not pro-
bit normal development work,
ch as was initiated in the Huleh
ea last week.
Meanwhile, the U-N. chairman
. the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Ar-
istice Commission, who return-
from conference* in Damas-
i with high Syrian government
id army officials, said that the
troops in the Huleh area
ould observe a cease-fire to
armistice commission an
iportunity to study the situa-
m. rhe chairman, Col. H. Bois-
ivy, said that the Syrians have
cc i two complaints before the
rmistice unit: one against the
Ueged bringing of mothers into
i by the Israelis; and the
'ier against the use of Israeli
oops in the demilitarized zone.
Col. lioissavy asserted that the
I of some 650 Arabs living
i the Israeli zone of the de-
militarized area was a violation
the status quo. He added that
th, Israelis continue to work
the demilitarized zone, they
1 be violating the armistice
The population transfer was
carried out to protect the Arabs
themselves and to insure that
hey did not participate in the
ynan attacks on Israeli work-
ers.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, center, and Col. Jack Younger, holding trophy, right, were chosen
"Outstanding Man and Woman of Dade County" for 1950 at Bayfront Park rally attracting 5.000
persons. The fourth annual civic event, spearheaded by Sholem Lodge. B nai B nth. was sponsored
this veax by Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal Sayings and Loan Association of Miami,
shown center presenting award to Mrs. Weintraub. In photo are Louis F. Snetman. general chair-
man, Sholem Lodge: State Representative Robert L. Floyd, who presided as master of ceremonies;
Lipton; Mrs. Weintraub; Col. Younger; Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami; and Senator George A.
Smathers. principal speaker of fhe evening.
CJA Pledges Total $1,071,095 As
Campaigners Conduct Clean Up Drive
As veteran campaigners scour-1 turned from Chicago, is readi-
ed the city conducting "Opera- i vating the winter residents unit,
tion Cleanup," Samuel Fried-. w.th the a.d of David Phdh^s,
land, chairman of the 1951 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, Tuesday
announced that 5,600 pledges
Arnold Seeder and Louis Kren-
sky.
Most of the solicitation of the
women's gift unit has been com-
Israeli Consul
To Speak Here
Ll05epn Nevo, senior consul of
we Israeli Consul General's Of-
fice and one of the top ranking
",, '''Plomats in this country
will deliver a major address,
Israels Crisis and the Role of
Ameru-an Jewry" at the Miami
eaeh Jewish Center on Mon-
Mjay. Apn! 9. at 8:30 p. m., ac-
coraini; to a statement from Sey-
mour U. Liebman, program chair-
j"n. Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
ict, anti chairman of the recep-
I "on committee.
nevo is visiting this commu-
"y to address all the ZOA Dis-
"CU in Dade County.
There will be no solicitation
01 funds and the public is wel-
crrne. Liebman said.
Assisting Liebman with ar-
ng>'inents are Alex Van Streat-
"> Norman R. Lyons, Sanford
werdlm, David Goodwin and
n Schrager.
,1 i.nnujiv. i -,--- WUIIlCii a Rill wi. i.w^ w---------
have been turned in to date, for : pieted, according to Mrs. Louis
a totals *Thitjft^jA^S^TS^^^
il approximately the same as ent Q%er ,ast yeart total.
last year's at this time, Fried- Continuing with its house-to-
land said. i house canvass, the metropolitan
Although the campaign offi-|un;t, headed by Fred K. Shochet,
eiany closes on April ,, Friechand | cited ^JjJS-Jpgl
J^^mSdttnU^urunt'u li.mKne.pIer for "outstanding
the goal of $1,470,570 is reached, woi
"I am certain." he said, "that
there is still $399,475 in the com
munity for the important work
carried on by the agencies par-
ticipating in the 1951 campaign.
This is all that is needed to carry
us over the top."
Thirty-five members of a spe-
cial clean-up committee, headed
by Stanley C. Myers, met last
Thursday night. In the first five
days, the group, which is con-
tacting some 300 persons who
contributed $200 or more last
year, turned in 35 cards for over
$12,000. f
Winding up the activities of
the hotel unit are David Levin-
son, Joseph M. Rose. J. M. Siden-
burg and Joseph Dallet. Joseph
Mechlow is handling special gifts,
while Dan B. Ruskin has taken
over responsibility for the clean-
up of the building trades. His
aides are Maurice Orovitz and
I. L. Mintzer.
Aaron Kanner, chairman of the
trades unit, called upon all bis,
workers to get 100 percent cov-
erage of their cards.
Jack Ablin, who recently re-
; Upton Close Causes
Conference To Cease
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
press conference called by the
Anti-Defamation League of the
B'nai B'rith at the Wiilard Hotel
here was abandoned following
the appearance at the conference
of Upton Close, radio commenta-
tor who is charged with spread-
ing anti-Jewish propaganda.
Mr. Close complained to Judge
Meier Steinbrink. national chan-
man of the league, who was
scheduled to address the press
conference, that the ADL inter-
fered with his efforts to earn a
livelihood. Herman Edelsberg.
Washington director of the ADL.
told him that he was "the victim
of his own record as a commenta-
tor."
(Continued on page 4 A)
Dr, Finklestein Honored At Reception,
Will Speck At Beach Center Service
_ ,._.:_ .......,.,,.,,m iho patherine.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, was honored
at a reception given by Jack
Ablin, vice president of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, and
Mrs. Ablin. Wednesday evening.
April 4, at their home. Samuel
Friedland and Joseph M. Rose,
were co-chairmen with Ablin.
Election July 10
? TEL AVIV (ISDOn Monday,
April 2, the government of Israel
will propose to the Knesset
rparhament) that July 10 be
fixed as election day.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein
in arranging the gathering.
Dr. Finkelstein will be the
guest speaker at the late Friday
evening service at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate
and introduce the guest of honor.
Dr. Finkelstein received his
B.A. from City College of New
York and his Ph. D. from Co-
lumbia University. He was or-
dained at the Jewish Theological
Seminary, and from 1919 to 1931
served as rabbi of Kehilath Is-
rael in New York. Simultaneous-
y he was instructor in Talmud
at the seminary from 1920 to
1924.
Shortly after, he was given
the Solomon Schechter Chair of
Theology at the seminary, which
he held for ten years. From 1934
to 1937 Dr. Finkelstein was as-
sistant to Dr. Cyrus Adler, presi-
dent of the seminary. He was
subsequently elected to the posi-
tion of provost and upon Dr.
Adler's death in 1940, was elected
as the fourth president of the
institution.
Dr. Finkelstein is the author of
many books and is considered
one of the leading scholars and
religious leaders of our day.
Horowitz To Confer
With Local Leaders
For Bond Drive
David Horowitz, director gen-
eral of the Ministry of Finance
>f the State of Israel and leading
international economist, will ar-
rive in Greater Miami next Wed-
nesday, April 11. for a series of
meetings with leaders of the
local Jewish community.
Purpose of the meetings will
be to initiate plans for launching
ln> South Florida campaign in
behalf of the State of Israel bond
issue.
Horowitz will fly to Miami di-
rectly from a conference with
government officials in Wash-
ington, D. C.
His first conference will bo on
Thursday morning, April 12,
when he will have a breakfast
meeting at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel with members of the local
bond drive steering committee,
consisting of Samuel Friedland,
; Sam Lachman, Seymour B. Lieb-
man, Stanley C. Myers and Mit-
chell Wolfson.
At 10 a.m. Horowitz will meet
with members of the press at
the headquarters of the recently
organized Greater Miami Com-
mittee for Bonds of Israel Gov-
j eminent in the Congress Build-
A luncheon meeting at the
IShelborne Hotel will provide
Horowitz with the opportunity of
describing the nature of the State
of Israel bond issue to a group
of local industrialists and Jewish
communal leaders.
Horowitz will wind up his day
in Greater Miami by attending a
reception in his honor Thursday
night at 8 o'clock at the Miami
Beach Athletic Club. Invitations
to this function have been mailed
to officers of all Jewish organ-
izations.
Horowitz was born in Poland
in 1899. Educated in Poland and
Austria, he came to Palestine 31
years ago. For seven years he was
a manual worker in collective
settlements, building roads, clear-
ing swamps and doing agricul-
tural work. In the course of these
years, he contracted malaria in
the Huleh swamps, from which he
never entirely recovered.
For 13 vears Horowitz was head
of the Jewish Agency's Economic
Department in Jerusalem, and
also was a member of the Ex-
ecutive of the Histadruth (Pales-
tine Jewish Federation of Labor).
Prior to his affiliation with the
! Jewish Agency, Horowitz was a
free-lance journalist for several
| years and was later connected
I with the American Economic
Commission for Palestine, on
which he served from 1932 to
1935. He also was lecturer at the
High School for Law and Eco-
nomics. Tel Aviv; Member of the
Standing Committee for Com-
merce and Industry of the Gov-
ernment of Palestine; and Mem-
ber of the Textile Advisory
Board.
Often referred to as the Keynes
of the Middle East, Horowitz ap-
peared as economic expert before
nine Palestine Commissions. He
i served as liaison for the Jewish
1 Agency before the United Na-
tions Special Committee on Pal-
estine in 1947, and played a simi-
lar role before the Joint Anglo-
American Committee of Inquiry,
the British Royal Commission,
and other committees which
studied the Palestine question in
recent years.
Immigration Increased
TEL AVIV (ISDThe Israel
Government-Jewish Agency Co-
ordination Committee has decided
to step up immigration in the
coming four months in view of
the deteriorating situation in
Iraq. 100,000 immigrants are to
be brought in during this period
of whom 70,000 are to come from
Iraq.


r/WaC i. A
Dr. Andron, Mrs. C. Cohen Head
Hebrew Academy Men And Women
Florida Entrants Win f
AZA Competitions
A joint installation of the re-
cently elected officers and board
of directors of the Hebrew Aca-
demy Men and Women will take
place Tuesday,
April 10. at 6:30
p.m. at a dinner
being held at the
Tides Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Rab-
bi Alexander S.
I SS, principal
of the Hebrew
Academy will
be the installing
officer.
Dr. David S.
Dr. Andron Andrcn. noted
communal leader, was re-elected
to his fourth consecutive term as
president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy. He is one of the founders i
of the institution, which is the |
only one of its kind located in
the southeastern region of the
United States.
Mrs. Samuel Cohen was named
president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy Women.
Elected to serve with Dr. i
Andron are Harry Levitt, honor-
vice president: Isidore Gold-'
berg, vice president: Jack Satin,
vice president: Paul Grossinger.
Florida region entrants in the
District 5 AZA oratory, debate
and basketball competitions held
ntly in Savannah p
within three top spots in each
contest, according to Selma L
Miami B'nai B'rith youth
direr'
The debate team of Miami AZA
322. Robert Shevin and Richard
Sc plar, who debated on the theme
"Res lived, that synagogues (tern-
Should Become the Center
of Jewish Life." placed second.
Jerry Wernick. of Tampa AZA.
the oratory entry whose subject
was "Not So Wild a Dream."
placed third. The basketball team |
winners of the Florida region.
Miami AZA 322 came in third.
Members of the team are Joe ~ nr-ii ri a.
Lewis, Adrian Roth. Bichard Sep- eder W 111 JP eatlire
lar, Robert Shevin. Donald Mat- v- t~,%.1. o,._,,a;.,
lin and Larry Marks UT. Joseph HlirstMIl
------------------------------ Dr. Joseph Burstein, director
New Synagogue Formed |of the culture and education de-
A new orthodox synagogue, jpartment of the Histadrut, will
"Ahavas Israel."' has been organ- speak at the annual third seder
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Miami Beach. Announcement of
the location will be made in the
future.
Three years ago Rabbi Ever
Afrs. Samuel Cohen
banquet of the Bialik and Ben
Gurion Branches of the Farbandt
at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday
evening. April 24.
All proceeds are earmarked for
vice president:" Aaron CourshV Reiner. Joseph Rose".David Ros-
vice president: Harry Genet, vice !u'!' Bu'T L, Roth- Abraham
president: Samuel Ritter, vice
I |
lent and Louis M. Escott.
lent. Samuel M. Grund-
ti isurei Davi I I. .
Raymond
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Mat-
Sih :
Sakols, Adolph Schwartz. Ben-
jamin Slurry. Harry Sidenworm.
Harry Simonhoff. Hairy Sirkin,
Al Stone. Mayor Harold Turk,
h Waldman and Harry Was-
serman and Sidney Rubinowitz.
rider S. Gross
pal and Aan n Lauer, sup-
sor.
In accepting the presidential
came to Miami Beach as the j the Histadrut in Israel.
southeastern director of Ycshiva
University, and in August. 1948.
was appointed as spiritual leader
of Kneseth Israel Congregation.
He recently resigned from that
Post.
SOW
MANUrACTUMD
FRESH DAILY
membership in this National
Committee is Ludwig Lewisolin,
famed author and educal
In his telegram ptance,,
Dr. Lewisohn stated, "'] am most Histadrut's culture and education
Dr. Burstein went to Palestine
from Poland 16 years ago after
graduating from Warsaw Uni-
versity with a Ph. D. in psycho-
logy and history. During the war
for Israel's independence, he was j
the director of all military radio
operations and frequently con-
ducted his broadcasts under the |
very noses of the British without'
detection. '
In addition to being director of
fice. Dr, Andron stated. "The | happy to serve on your commit-1 department, he also heads special
ir. Irwin Makovsky, threeland a half year history of tee of National Academy Spon- schools for social service and
Dr. L Lyt- ,he Hebrew Academy has pre- sors. *
I admire your school and trade union activities for His-
incomparable am thrilled with its program." | tadrut members and gives in-
struction in administration and
general subjects.
" medical consultant nd phenomenal achieve- The National' 'committee1' of
Dr. Rob R senblum, medical ment. In scholastic attainment, [Sponsors are Max Kamiel chair-
the academy has won the en- man: Seigfried Bendheim. Hyman ~
Board ol directors are Jacob thusiastic acclaim and recognition Borman, Bernard Bernstein |
Andron. Benjamin Appel, Charles "' such national educators and:charles Charcowskv Abraham I
Bender. Shepard Broad. Hairy leaders as Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, Cohen, George Sla'mmey Max1'
n. Samuel Dr. Samuel Belkin, Eliezer Silver Fine, Samuel Friedland Arthur
Cohen, Nathan Darsky, Irving and Dr. Robert Gordis." Gaines, Ben Giller Nathan Glos-
Firtel, Charles Fruchtman, Martin In addition to the officers and "
Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Moses directors of the Hebrew Academy,
Ginsberg. Nathan Ginsburg, Wil- a National Committee of Hebrew-
ham Gold, Joseph Gonshor, Hy- : Academy sponsors has been es-
man Jablon, Jacob Kaufman. : tablished to aid in tlu> progress
Louis Miller. Morris Nash. Al and advancement of the program.
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+JlWt&ti fkrfdUn
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-
The True Story.
About Kashrus
.In open letter to the Jewish i Community
rigncd by the Greater Miami Vaad llakash-
ifh appeared in the columns off the Jewish
?loridian last wook. issue of March 30th
The facts contained therein are mislcail-
g, untrue and do not present I he whole
pa.se. We, the members of the Greater Miami
oslicr Butchers Association, want the public
o know everything. The Kosher Butchers
ant supervision and want Kashrus real,
onest, thorough, 100% kashrus, and up to
ow the facts and incidents that have hap-
ened prove that the Vaad has not given
upcrvision that guarantees to you the
osher buying public the guarantee and
ssurance and protection that kashrus
einands.
Time and again have the facts come to
|iglit that thousands and thousands of pounds
f non-kosher, treifah meat have been sold in
[he stores under the supervision of the Great-
Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Babbi Joseph
L Raekovsky was notified of these violations
intl I he facts indicate that the Greater Miami
aad Hakashruth was and has been unable
cope with these butchers who continue to
Violate the laws of kashrus and fool and de-
ceive the public. The cases were presented
ly members of the Greater Miami Kosher
lutchers Association to the Director of the
aadand to its officers with no results.
it was through the information of out-
siders, relayed to the Director of the Vaad
land by pressure exerted by another Babbi
that an inspection was made and treifah meat
was found on the premises of the L & F Coral
Way Kosher Meat Market, 1741 Coral Way,
Miami. This is the case that brought to a head
I the present situation.
immediately the Kosher Butchers As-
I soeiaI ion had a meeting and demanded that
I though sufficient action had not been taken
in regard to the violator, it was imperative
that the public be fully informed through the
press and the pulpit of everything that had
happened.
The delaying actions by the Vaad made
it necessary for the Butchers Association to
resign from the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
ruth in which we had lost confidence.
We had demanded from the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad strict, adequate supervision and
100% control. We feel and know that the
public will agree that the members of the
Butchers Association know what type of an
organization is necessary to guarantee
Kashrus to the public.
After more than four yearn of operation
we know that a Greater Miami Vaad covering
Miami and Miami Beach and the surrounding
communities cannot provide an effective con-
trol of Kashrus.
He know that a Vaad must be set up and
supervise Miami butchers only.
We know that this Vaad must be under the
control and direction of the Miami Kabbis
only.
We feel that the Greater Miami Vaad gave
supervision to butchers without proper in-
vestigation.
We feel that the Greater Miami Vaad w as
interested in getting as many butchers under
their supervision as possible without think-
ing of Kashrus but interested only in the
revenue derived so as to insure the financial
future of the Vaad.
The Greater Miami Kosher Butchers As-
sociation immediately sent letters to the
Babbis of Cong. Beth El and the Miami He-
brew School and Cong, apprising them of
these facts and asking that they take imme-
diate action to give Miami butchers Kashrus
and supervision and to form a Vaad that
would guarantee to the public that they could
buy meat that was kosher.
Representatives of our Association have
met with Babbi Murray Grauer and Babbi
Simon April and they have agreed and have
taken over temporary supervision until some
new body is formed to supervise Kashrus
which the Cong. Beth El and the Miami He-
brew School and Cong, are now forming.
We. the Miami butchers* appeal to the
public to exert every effort and exery pres-
sure on their Babbis of the synagogues in the
City of Miami proper to join with us to form
not as a business proposition but a strict and
sincere Vaad Hakashruth to insure to the
public that they will get kosher meat.
Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Assn.
Max Schenkman
President
Abe Chiel
Treasurer
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+Jewist>t*>ri iWDAY, APRIL
EDITORIAL
Forest of Martyrs
Kisalon, in the Jerusalem corridor, was the
site of a touching ceremony whose significance
transcends Israel's borders. There, while adjacent
hilltops were illuminated by memorial fires,
tender hands planted the first cypress saplings in
a "Forest of Martyrs" that is to hold six million
trees, one for each of the Jews who perished
under the Nazis.
As we contemplate the first night of the young
saplings in the Forest of the Martyrs, shuddering
thoughts rise to plague us about the six million
who sleep in the agony of loneliness and ob-
livion. Once they too were saplings, striving
heavenward and for fulfillment under sun's
warmth. Then came the black hand and the black
night and the heat of sword searing their paths
and decimating their roots.
The six million were cut down like trees by
the Nazi axmen. It is therefore symbolically
significant that trees should rise to memorialize
them and serve as a reminder to high heaven
of the gravity of the crime to which they fell
victim.
One of the speakers at the ceremony called the
planting of the trees "a creative act of revenge
against the powers of destruction." Another, Chief
Rabbi Herzog, saw in the Forest of Martyrs "a
symbol of the approaching redemption." There is
no conceivable "creative" act of revenge against
the powers of destruction that brought death to
the six million. It is only in the sense of being a
symbol of "the approaching redemption," albeit
Jewish Women's Conference Nominates; a%verh *gjj*ute
Asks Removal Of Milk Commission
THE MAGIC CARPET
A Jewish Beast Tamer
A seventy-year-old beast tamer in p0
we learn, is currently celebration his i ny'
year in a profession in which he is taM*
the sole Jew. lcl ,0 be
Now, beast taming is a venturesome bn-
and any one survivinq lion and tiqer oft* M
pling with them for forty years must be ft
expert and lucky. That he survived Hitler u
seem to indicate he had the same luck with iT
Beast of Germany as with the beasts of the \1 u
But whereas the beast tamer was never km?
to have run for his life from the liar of the bea
the only way he could survive the madne^S
the other beast was to escape from the juij.
that was Germany under the Nazis.
We are happy to record the survival of tk,
beast tamer. And if, at the sharp turn in his ran?
he still believes it easier to tame beasts thai
humans, he is hardly to be blamed.
not in the same sense perhaps as Rabbi Herat
conceives it, that the Forest of Martyrs assuiw
its deeper significance.
The Forest of the Martyrs is a symbol of
indestructibility of our people and an affirrnatb
that Israel is the periphery and core of Jewi*
expression.
The Jewish National Fund merits recognitico
for conceiving the idea and carrying it to fruition.
This may yet prove one of the most brilliant and
enduring chapters in the history cf the or-
ganization.
To Teach Mothers
Three
Tiic Conference
of
women's organizations
will bo hosts to the Passover
Ul a board member and head of the Preparation Institute for mothers
en's Organizations last week
nated Mrs. Irving Lthrman
president to succeed Mrs.
Glassei for the coming
At 'in same meeting, the group
advo< ted ilition of the Florida
Milk Commission as "dictatorial,
trary and discriminatory,"
and said "the continued exist-
Florida Milk Com-
mission is against the public in-
ter* .-;
bo
mmission on the
that it eliminal
ferenci p
Hadassah Meeting
speaker's bureau of the Atlantic i offered by the Bureau of Jewish
Union Committee. Education of Greater Miami, ac- I
Mrs Pavlo said the committee I wding to Bureau Director Louis i
is seeking an exploratory con- i Schwartzman. I
Three sessions of the institute
a federation along the same lines i: ""-;
as we did in 1787." wl11 be held at ,he Bctn Sholom
Thn f ,1 Congregation. The Menorah chap-
Musical Program
Will Highlight
.. appc;
the West Miami Sisterhood.
These sessions are intended to
ire mothers for participation
in the Passover seder. The special
sumer's drive on lowering meat ^aaaSSall Meeting [publication of the bureau "The
identical with A musical program arranged IPassover Handbook." describing
'her ns adopted previous- by Mrs. David Sernaker Hadash- son.*s> fiames, decorations and
ly by the Dade Countv Federa- sah supplies chairman will high- l',l''pes f("' Passover will be dis-
tion of Women's Clubs. light the meeting of the Mt ?nbuted at a11 sessions of the
One of the food price resolu- Scopus Gr,.Up of Hadassah 'on ln~Jlutc-
tion.-endorsed cutting down meat Monday, April 0, at 1 p.m at the' J?e sess,ons are open to all
purchases and urged members to Syi ian-American-Lebandn Club lmi|irr5 of ,ht' Jewish community,
continue their efforts. Mrs. 2626 S.W. 3rd Ave. '' rll faculty of the institute in-
Glasser was commended for her I Dr Paul Beck and a r>;i I S!ude,s Rabbis Max Shapiro. Moses
work in this direction. M rtle SchwWtz -ni JESS!* Mescheloff, Simon April. Moshav
Another resolution authorized SSS vocal^selections and m,^ M:!"n' Murra* Glauei'; Mesdames
Mrs Glasser to appoint a com- uUSfcTSffl entertah? a? ttie P1", Donm'rs, and Evelyn
mittee to investigate and report, piano tniLiiain at tne Samuels, music instructors; Rob-
ert Strasbourg, music consultant
Jewish Education; and Seymour
Leibman, local attorney and com-
munal worker.
The Jerusalem examination
was administered at the office
of the bureau on Sunday. April
1. The examination is given in-
ternationally on the same date
to stimulate the development of
standards of Hebrew knowledge.
It is sponsored by the World
Union for Jewish Education. Hy
Pomerantz and Leo Heim took
the test. Results will be an-
nounced in June when special
certificates will be issued to the
successful candidates.
Orenstein Bar Mitzvah
the
at the next meeting how
members "can best serve during ijl" members,a e requested to I of the Jewish Centers Associa-
tes emergency, working toward | ,,^ f n^w ar,,ICe "f clo,,hln8 or ,ion; >' Pomerantz and Loui
the time when the government 'linen to be s<-'m '" l*el. -Schwartzman of the Bureau o
the time when the government
controls can be eliminated."
Officers nominated to serve
with Mrs. Lehrman include Mes-
dames Sylvia Chertkof. first vice
president; Clarence Cohen,
second vice president; Matilda
Ratner, treasurer; David Rifas.
corresponding secretary; Frank
Wellens. recording secretary;
Leopold Schwartz, calendar sec-
retary; and Harold Rand, regis-
trar.
The group also agreed to
change its name to include
women's organizations in Brow-
ard County.
Mrs. Nattie Mae Pavlo of Rye.
N. Y.. was guest speaker. She is
Federation Nominating
Committee Appointed
Appointment of a nominat-
ing committee to draw up a
slate of officers for presen-
tation at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's annual
meeting in May was announced
tr.is week by William D. Sing-
er, Federation president.
Heading the committee is
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Other
members include Joseph Dun-
tov, Morton M. Beigel, Emil
Gould. Laurence Levenson,
Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Monte
Selig, Joseph R. tein and Mrs.
Carl Weinkle
ol
Banquet To Honor Friedland. Sirkin
Federation Staff
Members Resign
Resignation of two members of
the professional staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed. ra-
tion to take positions with the
American Financial and Devel-
opment Corporation for Israel,
which will handle Israel's $500,-
000.000 bond issue, was announc-
ed this week by Morris Klass,
executive director.
They are Milton S. Malakoff.
Federation's director of public
relations, who is Greater Miami
city manager of the AF&DC. and
Ed Singer, member of Federa-
tion's campaign staff and direc-
tor of collections, who will work
in the Detroit office of the bond
drive.
Klass also reported that Dave
Lang, who was loaned to Fed-
eration by the United Jewish Ap-
peal for the duration of the local
WtV H.Sjbe6n rcassigned to the
Noith Hudson area.
William Orenstein
Ardmore Stud*
Harry Sirkin. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Samuel Friedland
Members of the Miami Beach the event Assi,tin k
Jewish Center, their wives and I -gen.^^s^rf^ni'e'lVBfo^-
famihes will honor Harry Sir- 1 Charles Fruchtman. Mrs Nat H
kin. outgoing president, a n d ; "?ff; Morr's Kriegel, Mrs! hv-
Happiness Shops Feature
Passover Chocolates.
Greeting Cards
Following the requests of
many Greater Miamians the Hap-
piness Shops at 140 Seybold Ar-
cade (42 N E. 1st Street) are
featuring this year Kosher for
XVC; Chocolates, prepared
under the supervision of Rabbi
A complete line of Passover
Kln/(cards h^ also been
JSStf* the **" of
iteLMMi?n t0 these seasonal
a ?J "aPP'ness Shops carry
both I u.tnd V.av,ed assrtment of
bo h bulk and boxed candies and
00rtert" rVb,th domes,ic
n^I Greeting cards for every
occasion together with gift wrar/
P.ng materials, are alsoTspbJed
abuSm?nntVen,ent,y l0Cated
William Orenstein. son of Mrs.
Sylvia Orenstein, 3433 Garden
Ave., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday. April
7, at 9 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
William, who attended River-
side Military Academy for two
years, is now a student at Nauti-
lus Junior High School, where
he is vice president of the student
council. He also attends Hebrew
High School of the Miami Beacb
Jewish Center. __,
Samuel Friedland, his successor
at an installation banquet on
Wednesday, April 11, in the cen-
ter patio
Nat H. Hanoff is chairman of
jng Lehrman. Hank Meyers' Mri'
Harry Rogers. Irving Schatzn an
G Walse'yTaUan0ff "* Mrs' 8
calwrTati0nS I"18* be ma<** by
calling the center office.
Upton Close Causes
Conference To Cease
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forth Shore Lodge
lo Install Steinman
Uo Steinman has been elect-
president of North Shore
^jgc, B'nai B'rith, to succeed
wnard Tobln, it was announc-
by Charles R- Jacobson, di-
lator of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
Steinman is one of the found-
0f the North Shore Jewish
IJ-M Will Honor Israel Consul
In observance or Hebrew
Month, Joseph Nevo, senior con-
sul of the Israel Consulate Gen-
eral's Office in New York will
address University of Miami stu-
dents and faculty on the subject
"Hebrew Culture Reborn," Mon-
day, April 9, at 10:30 a.m. in the Gables Center Seder
ceived by the mayors of Miami
and Miami Beach, William
Wolfarth and Harold Turk, re-
spectively.
; Upper Lonnge of the Student
Club.
The University of Miami re-
ception to Nevo will be conduct-
ed jointly by the Hebrew de- ,
partment, headed by Professor I Corii} Gables Jewish Center will (
Sydney J. Greenberg, Hillel
House directed by Dr. Donald
Michelson and IZFA by Edward
Curson.
Nevo is a native of Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., who in 1921, at the
age of 2, was taken to Israel
where he has since resided. Be-
fore entering the Iisrael diplo-
matic service he served as Brig-
adier Commander in the Hagana
Slated For April 21
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
members of the board of the
conduct the second annual com-
munity Passover Seder on Sat- i
urday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m.
In addition to the Traditional
Hiiggadah readings and chants, j
selections will be read from the
new Reconstructionist Haggadah |
containing interpretations of the
ancient texts for modern day j
problems. Children from the i
Daily Hebrew School will assist |
and saw action in the Middle; the alTib witn the four questions
East, Italy and the Defense of | ancj songs.
Jerusalem. Reservations are now being
After the university reception, made at the temple office for
Mr. Nevo will b_e officially re-! adults and children.
Emma Lazarus Unit
Plans Square Dance
Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai
B'rith, will sponsor an old-fash-
hioned square dance at the Ver-
sailles Hotel, Miami Beach, on
Sunday evening, April 8, it has
been announced by Mrs. Robert
Baron, president.
Variety dances, with an ex-
perienced "caller" and Michael
Selker and his orchestra, have
been planned.
In charge of arrangements are
Flo Morduchay and Deana
Abrashkin, assisted by Mollie
Breskin. Edyth Fleischer. Lillian
Tickos, Ethel Pont, Florence
Goldman. Mne Meyers, Tina
Fischer und Belle Small, who will
serve as hostesses.
There will be no advance sale
of tickets. Contributions will be
accepted at the door. Proceeds of
the dance will be used to further
B'nai B'rith programs and
projects.
Rural and hill-billy dress is
recommended by Mrs. Baron "to
assure a festive evening."
Auxiliary Plans
"Gaiety Sight"
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged has
scheduled its annual 'Gaiety
Night" for Sunday, April 15, at
8:30 p.m. at the Grossinger-Pan-
coast Hotel, Miami Beach.
MrV Jennie Grossinger will
serve as hostess. Co-chairmen of
the event are Mrs. Sidney H.
Palmer and Mrs. Isador Cohen.
Mrs. Isador Fine is in charge of.
tickets.
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Kth youth training work and
Iteran's service programs in the
Veater Miami area for the past
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frith Council of South Florida
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icayne Eli mentary School's
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* ImUt fkrkJian
i^AY^APRn,
"Strictly Neighbors
>>
Faith Lila Alexander, Alvin C. Atlass
Exchange Vows At Sorrento Hotel
" maid of honor for her sister. Her
DOINGS:
Probably the week's most talkative iuncheon was at the Roney,
when business leaders filled the dining room to concentrate en-
joyably or. chicken 'n' peas, and then not so enjoyably on $100,000.
This is the sum immediately needed by Gus Dorr's advertising
agency to fulfill a good summer promotion campaign. Tempers
flared as each business group literally passed the buck to the next.
William Taradash had everybody suddenly chuckling ot his blunt
tagging of one shoppers' road as "a bunch of parasites."
Of course, all of us flourish on an integrated and pooled
economybut at one point there, not a nickel moved into sigh--
on its way to the pool. Finally, a sort of harmony was effected
0:1 a 15-man committee. Present were such solid citizens as Bill
(Checker Cab) Segal Harry Dinnerstein of the new Nautilus
Hotel Carl Gardner Leo Eisenstein. who had a very good
piece to say. and said it Harry Zuckernick Sam Ginsberg
of the Royal Palm Hotel Moses Ginsberg Bernard Feiner .
Jules Gillette Aaron Courshon Nat Hankoff Jonas
Weiland of the WINZ stations George Beitman Harry Nash
... Ed Mandell Jack Ross of the Chamber of Commerce J.
Myer Sohine .
COURTESY:
Exciting touch to the coming announcement of this month's
Courtesy Awards will be the huge surprise it's bound to be to one
gal. Congrats! You deserve it! New member of the Beach com-
mittee is Nat Ratner. And new wrinkle will be formal presentation
of the S25 government bonds on the stage of Ed May's Lincoln
Theatre. Host at the meeting was Ed's assistant, Martin Wucher.
FOR CORAL GABLES:
A note from Leo J. Rosen of the Miami Daily News relays a
goid paper "Key to a Better Coral Gables" from Leo's associate.
J. E. "Jack" Junkin. Junkin is running for City Commissioner on
a platform of Eight Items. He stands for lower water rates, more off-
st: < t parking, increased school facilities in Coral Gables, and other,
definite improvements for happier living. I like his picture, too.
VISITING:
Mrs. Ethel Silberman of the Bronx is staying at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kiefer on Prairie Ave. Mrs. Kiefer is her !
daughter. Previously, the Kiefers entertained the Harry Schwartz-
1: arms of New Sochelle. Harry flew down in his private plane
with son Barry. He's an electrical engineer, and his wife Fannie
Sylvia Kiefer's >:ster Brenda and Bobby Zwick (she's 9 and
he's 81 v. their daddy. David Zwick from Chicago, to the
ntic Towers li the family's stopping until April 20.
Mr. ;.nri Mrs. Zwick will be seeing their Chicago friends, the Ted
Cppenheims now at the Bel-Aire Hotel, and Lou Messe, who lives
On Tatum Waterway Drive.
Elta Cluster Mercur tossed one of her fabulous shindigs for
old-home arrivals from Baltimore. Jack and Esther Levin. Jack's
half of the Schecter ad agency there. They planed to the Sunny
Islef motel, but drove back with their across-the-street Baltimore
neighbors, the Shoemakers, who awaited them here. Etta had her
own neighbors in, loo. the Danny Simmons and among others
. Max and Emily Bloch.
ON TOUR:
A sort of Spinoza Outdoor Forum met the other evening on
Toby Emenuel's lawn, at her Dream Haven convalescent home.
Toby's husband is the electrical contractorwhich is one fine way
to get a man to string up lines of mazdas. Mostly, evervbodv dis-
cussed Interfaith and Bahaism Larry Wilde takes the lead role
in the U. of Miami's new play, April 23 and also snagged the
Jose- Ferrer part in "Spring Dance" and emcees the April 11 mother a ler wedd 0 "vears
event at the Saxony for the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish aeo weao.ng zu >eais
MTMars^nA?ZmE PHNE VICES: Herbert B>t'r' at the' Wearing a gown of pink frosted
*'fr eyelet organdy over taffeta. Mies
CONGRATULATIONS: i Deborah Alexander served as
First time I ever saw it happen was the open editorial in a '" ------------------------
Beach newspaper offering Congratulations to the North Bay Area \M\aa If onion R0/.nmDc
Taxpayers Association ... on the Association's victory against any ',SS ""PUIIl l>CC()IllCS
causeway up there in that fine residential stretch. Both sides are \Ip Tpjl H Shllllivm
right: a causeway is needed ... but Al Pallot and the North Bav lra n- BUUIIIMin
group quite properly feel that professional traffic experts should 1 The marriage of Miss Dorothy
orii,"1'^ ,he Slte_not "amateurs." however well-intentioned. : Kaplan to Ira H. Schulman was
hat was of veiling and rosebuds
and she carried a nosegay of
pink carnations with white
stephanotis.
Miss Barbara Epstein, brides-
maid, was attired in gray lace
with pink accessories. She carried
a pink colonial bouquet of carna-
tions. Stephanie Dan was flower
girl in a yellow taffeta frock.
Miss Esther Mertik, the bride's
aunt, kept the guest book.
Best man was David Cohen.
Myron Gold seated guests and
Michael Dan was ring bearer.
A reception and dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony.
The couple will tour Florida's
East Coast, then proceed to New
Orleans. Enroute to Sha-Won-Ga
Lodge at High View, N. Y., where
they will spend the summer, they
will stop in Atlanta and Wash-
ington. D. C. Upon their return
to Miami in the fall, the bride
will resume her studies at the
University of Miami, where she
' is majoring in education and Mr.
Atlass will enter the hotel busi-
ness with his father.
The former Miss Alexander i.;
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School. Her husband is also en
alumnus of Miami Beach High
' School and a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Out-of-town guests included
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Dan and fam-
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dan and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lass-
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mar-
golies. Max Atlass, Brooklyn, N.
Y.; Mrs. Augusta G. Atlass, Dane
Freedman. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ziss-
blatt, H. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Mertik, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Berman. all of New York City;
Mrs. Alvin C. Atlass
Bride Hi- Day Photo
The Chartreuse Room of the
Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach,
provided the setting for the mar-
riage of Miss Faith Lila Alex-
ander to Alvin Charles Atlass oa
Sunday, April 8. Rabbi Leon Mr. and Mrs. C. Scher, Irving-
Kronish performed the 2 p.m. ; ton, N. J.; Mrs. Olivia Morrison,
ceremony, assisted by Cantor : Atlanta. Ga.; Mi and Mrs James
Samuel Kelemer. | Shapiro, Hibbing. Minn.; Mr. and
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. J. Payton, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Alexander, j Mrs. Sidney Robbins and grand-
211 N.B. 51st St. The bride- daughter, Long Island, N. Y.; and
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joe Stein, Los Angeles, Cal.
Edward Atlass, 311 Flamingo
Way. Miami Beach.
The bridal gown was of nylon
net over taffeta with a lace yoke.
With it, the former Miss Alex-
ander wore lace mitts and a
fingertip length veil. White or-
chids and valley lilies topped her
bible, which was carried bv her
Linen Shower Held
The Golda Meyerson Club of
Pioneer Women held a member-
ship reception and linen shower
for Israel recently. Guest speak-
ers were Mrs. Max Shapiro and
Joseph C. Bessman, Detroit at-
torney, who just returned from
a tour of Israel.
PICK-UPS:
Beauteous Mickey Holt has been back from Havana for over
two months. She's now hotel secretary at the Fleetwood. and
the Berlitz school is making her glib as anything in l'espagnol
... Another hotel secretary is Lee Summer, spending her first
winter here ... The popular Norman Mendelson family are in
their new apartment near 10th St. Changes-for-the-summer-
season are shaking up many hotel managements.
"INDIGO" LAWS:
All that abrupt business to enforce Miami's Blue Laws is amus-
J!JwI7, aUSC S '. nJobody"s mentioned the silliest collection of
oddities vou ever poked into, all under the official City Ordinances
of Miami Beach. Such absurdities as for example the aw
k *??* yo V! f,0t t0 "bel1" your cat' so the twittering birdies can
hear the cat stalking ... the law that
solemnized by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky on Sunday, April 1,
at Congregation Beth Tfilah. A
reception followed the nuptial
service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan. 1100
10th St., Miami Beach, former
residents of Chicago. Mr. Schul-
man, who has been active in
Jewish communal affairs since
his arrival here five years ago,
is a former vice president of
Congregation Beth Tfilah.
Mrs. Rosalie Kami of Chicago
served as matron of honor for
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Among out-of-town guests
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and she carried a white IS
with white orchids ^
The bride's attendants ffej
Mrs. Emanuel Schon, mat
honor; Miss Barbara BlacksLS
maid of honor; Miss Eileen S
thans. Miss Lee Rosenberg
Shirley Rosenbloom and MnU
Singer. Beverly Zissen anV
Helen Schon were flower ,
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FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1951
Muriel Schimmel
Selects April 15
Planning an April 15 wedding
is Miss Muriel R. Schimmel,
Whose engagement to Louis
Schwertok, son of Simon
Bchwertok, 1121 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach, has been an-
nounced by her mother, Mrs.
"cob Schimmel, 637 12th St.,
I Beach.
in^i"' !;('remony will take place
"i Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
i-ly of Springfield. Mass.,
Schimmel attended the
al Junior College and
"'";i,an International College
so is a member of Ha-
nd B'nai B'rith.
fiance was graduated from
inet niversity of Miami.
Workmen's Circle
To Present Drama
The Jewish Dramatic Group
of Miami will present a concert
and one-act play entitled "Jacob
and Essau," by Joseph Latiner
Sunday, April 8, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
1545 S.W. 3rd St. Proceeds will
be used for the benefit of the
Jewish Educational Fund of the
Workmen's Circle.
Harry Grunberg will direct.
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On Sunday. April 1 the bris of Michael Enoch Matzkin. son
0f Mr. and Mrs. David Matzkin of 1330 Pennsylvania Ave
Miami Beach, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Frnnir'
Gordon. 4740 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Mitch Reiner was
sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freedman, qodparents- and
Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel. Over 100 guests attended
* *
Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen of
this city, left last Friday aboard the lie de France to visit
France, Italy. Switzerland and Enqland. Miss Cohen who is
connected with Time magazine in New York, will be awav
fa two and a half months. r
* -* *
Vacationing at the Villa Venezia Apartment Hotel Miami
Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard. Mr. Leonard is the
author of "Americans All," while his wife wrote, "Jewish
Cookery."
* *
New Yorkers Charles Frank and Murray Zoland are guests
at the Vanderbilt Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Frank is manufacturer
of Chic-Mode Foundations, and Mr. Zoland is affiliated with
the Paramount Diamond Center. During their stay, they are
being entertained by Robert Sounders, president rf Roberts
Printing Corporation, who is Mr. Frank's former associate
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis left Tuesday for Hendersonville,
N. C, to make arrangements for the openin go their hotel
Duncraggan Inn, on June 1. The Lewises have been winter-
ing here.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and daughter, Rella, of Sea
Gate, N. Y.. are vacationing at the Surfcomber Hotel. Miami
Beach. During their stay, the New Yorkers are being feted by
Mr. Meyers' brother, Samuel, 1710 N.W. 6th St
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerartce announce the birth of
their third son, Richard Craig, on March 29. The bris took place
Thursday, April 5, at the Pomerance home. Sunset Island No.
Four, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith served as
godparents. Sharing the honors as sandek were the baby's
uncles, Allen Steinberg and Maxwell Estroff, Augusta, Ga. Rabbi
Philip Fried officiated. The baby's paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Pomerance cf Rivo Alto Island, Miami
Beach; maternal grandparents are the Joseph Feders of Chicago.
The Pomerances are also parents of David Michael and William
Alan.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff left New York Thursday, April
15, for an extended tour of Europe and Israel. To be included
I in their itinerary are England, France, Italy, Switzerland, Greece
fond the Jewish state.
* *
The bris of Barry Jay Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
I Cohen, 1318 N.W. 38th St.. was held Sunday, April 1. at the
home of his parents. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Shagad; sandek, Abe Tepper; mohel, Rabbi Philip Fried.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goodman of New York City arrived
last week to spend several weeks at the Hotel Good. Mr. Good-
man, who is a well known real estate operator, is one of the
former owners of the Cadillac Hotel in Miami Beach. He is active
in philanthropic work in New York and Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon M. Dearr announce the birth of a
son, Ryan Lori, on March 10 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The bris
took place March 18 at the home of the baby's parents. 4560
Post Ave., Miami Beach. Sandek was the baby's grandfather,
Max Dearr. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Wilson served as godparents.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. The Dearrs are also parents
of a daughter, Shereen Roann.
+Jewish fhridton
PAGE 7 A
Study Group Resumed
Hebrew Teachers Association,
of Greater Miami will resume
meetings of its study and lecture
groups on Saturday, April 7, at
8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, according to an an-
nouncement by Louis Gadon,
president.
These groups are under the sole
auspices of the association, Ga-
don said.
'^"\'.^i:
r 5,- 8nd .MrS' Leonard Hodges, married here on February 18.
hrfrt!^ t reP'!n he'd or them in Fayette. Ala., by the
Anna?. TnVh uftWZS. nd sister' *** and M"' Milton
of M Im m VS -he~f,rmer Miss Phrllis Lee daughter
?!M;mnn^ M"- Lo"ls passer of 3168 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach.
The couple will reside here after their honeymoon.
Miss Dietz Engaged
To Edward H. Rosen
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dietz,
1034 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach, of the engagement of their
daughter, Geraldine, to Edward
H. Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Rosen, of German-
town, Philadelphia.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami University, where she
majored in music. She conducts
private classes of instruction for
organ, piano and accordion.
Mr. Rosen is a graduate of Ger-
amntown Academy and Yale
University. He served a year in
the United States Navy and is
now associated in business with
his father, a member of Phila-
delphia's Fairmount Park Com-
mission and former chairman of
the Philadelphia Housing Au-
thority.
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Pioneer Women
Slate Tag Day
Pioneer Women will hold a
tag day beginning Saturday
evening, April 7, and Sunday
on Miami Beach.
All groups of Pioneer Wom-
en will participate. They are
Club 1, Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
president; Club 2, Mrs. Joseph
Mintzes: Golda Meyerson Club,
Mrs. Sam Bild; Kadimah Club,
Mrs. Leo Goldman; Medinah
Club, Mrs. Isaac Kaplan; and
Brar.da Rudich Club, Mrs. Si-
mon Burr.
Proceeds are earmarked for
projects in Israel.
Western Tour
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg
are leaving this week for an ex-
tended tour of the West. Mr.
Goldberg is manager of the Del-
ano Hotel, Miami Beach.
Betrothal Announced
Dr. and Mrs. Semon Newfield
of Birmingham, Ala., have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Shirley, to Henry Gagg-
statter, Jr., of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a junior at
the University of Michigan,
where she is a member of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority.
The son of Mrs. Henry Gagg-
statter and the late Mr. Gagg-
statter of Miami Beach, the
prospective bridegroom is a
graduate of Phillips Exeter Aca-
demy and the University of
Michigan. His fraternity is Phi
Epsilon Pi.
Mrs. Elmer Hisel, 3225 2nd
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of her two
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FRIDAY. APRIL 6.
I'll Say...
e strange story ol the Marranoa presents a phe-
nomenon, exceptional even in the strangest ol all
als: Jewish history. For a minority to cai
under the protective coloration of the dominant
rity is common enough in the human comedy.
\: : v Germans in opposition to Hitler paid up
service to Na logy. Millions of Russians
I c mmunism are waiting for the day 01
tion But carrving a torch, thai burned in
es, ts bean rs in constanl jeopard>
..... h ; .; is withoul p
:- Portugal only a gem rat n en-
v. red and bi
. 5 ithiiy i'
400 yea l I fait I M
E of (i Double 1 ife.
. Marranos
martyrdom has b.
ho would meet 1
. apture by the catch polls of the In-
B is doubt
v equal to thi antic picture that
up, Thl the M
healthv nor honest. Their out'
,.. ( 5i n b< rvance
sh pracl nducivi I
nit) i r Judaism. It s
phrenia as in the case
M, Spain to seek
: their im
:
inity. Th<
agedy. Ha
Mi no ii P i
( nity or Judaism. Suicide was nlj es-
...
n of the p
enon n its erratic 1
Spanish J
"
i
itu
to the J
ted. (
until priest-i -
.. v pu conquest
The Marranos: A Study Of Assimilation
n HARRY SIMONHOFF
t0 the rim on the *****iggJ^SmLSE
in no n1ood for toleranc e to ng J ^
or Jewish. As m wn cen* worthwhile to
tellectuals were wondering u an (iUu,,
Sin majority ,r, ,...'.
.. the pv,. Jew was transferred into
atred toward the Converse, who now
a door of
entrenched Christian.
But; thi New Christian was rapidly assimllating-
Klrmarrytag with the Hidalgos the Gran-
..; the blue-blooded houses ol Spain. So a
mention w ted to An imag nary, arti-
,... created along racial lines to
nversos from older converts, who as
> baptised centuries earlier
hare cropper of Tobacco Road so
aid hold up his head by virtue
: re, the purity of his b ood
: minated with the same blood
n the veins of Jesus Christ The tensions
envy, gr gotry malice, and haU
the explosive stage. Old Christians be-
ng Now Christians in the name of the
who had commanded hi*
lov oven their enemies.
on. ,
payoff for this mass conversion was yet
Devout and deceitful Queen Isabella had
: civil war during her girlhood.
A v ..ughter. she had never expected to be
stile. Her brothers, King Henry I\ and
\ I ns i. had to die before the throne became va-
had a full taste of anarchy caused b>
tortured extracted the names of all relatives, friend"
and even enemies, guilty or innocent of the heinous
crime of Judaizing. When these converted Jew-
were chained to the stakes waiting for the fagots to
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ambitious, turbulent Dons who thirsted for d
The cornerstone of her policy was a strong cent^'
ized monarchy, resting upon a religious founriMi!
The best institution to strike the fear of GodI T'
her unruly subjects was the Inquisition.
A cruel fraud was perpetrated upon the Nupv
Christianos to establish this Holy Terror, Thev v/lT
told to come before the Holy Tribunal and confer
their sins; then they would be forgiven and even
thing forgotten. No sooner did thev submit when
tortured extracted the names of all rela"-
nt o
coi
*o biMuuma ...*. ....^- ........,h for the fagots ta
light up. they must have reflected upon the advan-
tages that baptism had brought them.
Futility of Assimilation.
The story of the Marranos is a valuable studv of
the futility in Jewish mass assimilation. The Jen
faithful to the Mosaic Law never experienced the
cruelties suffered by his converted brethren, whose
nightmare dragged on for centuries. It would seem
that they began their Christianity with good in-
tentions. Some of these conversos were so zealous
for the new faith that thev became the worst ene-
mies Jews ever hadand they had some pretty bad
ones. The tales, true or false, of their secret under-
ground adherence to Judaism in the early period
following the mass conversions were greatly exag-
gerated. It was only when they sensed the deadly
hate of their fellow Christians, when they were
massacred without any protection from Church or
State, that they began to realize their folly and their
mistake.
But when they heard the shrieks of their relatives
burning on the Auto-da-Fes, their active hatred of
the dominant religion took form. Realizing their daily
peril of arrest and torture by the Inquisition, they
turned to their ancestral faith for comfort, for
strength, for solace, for defiance. The majority re-
mained in Spain or Portugal, and their descended
were either consumed in flame or were lost in the
Christian population. Those who could, left their
native land and fled to whichever country opened
its doors. Today their descendants can be seen in
Amsterdam and New York, in Venice and Istambui.
in Curacao and London, in Safad and Jerusalem.
3 More Entries Named
Three more i and I Maj
Queen to be chosen at a dance
sponsored by the Flagler-Grana-
,1a Jewish Community Center at
Cast lanca Hotel on May 12
een annouiu ed.
According to Mrs. Sid St
. man, the new conti
are Miss Rita Ross of the
Unit of Jr. Hadassah, Miss Glo-
ria Lie. ten.-tein of the Miami
i Beach Unit of Jr. H and
yet to be chosen from I
Hialeah-Mian i Springs Jewish
Community Center.
Any other Jewish organization
to ent r a ti stant may
Mrs. Stiller 1 : call-
ing her at 83-7834.
Miss Barton To Appear
Sandra Barton, musical com;
edy star of "Borscht Capades."
will entertain at the next meet-
ing of the PTA of Congregate
Beth El on Thursday, April i
at 8 p in Dora Aui
rial Hall, according I
Roth.hart, president.
B'nai B'rith participates in interfaith program at Biscayne
Elementary School. Miami Beach. Shown at right is Leo Steinman,
president of North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith. who directed the
jrcgram. Others [L to r.l are: Mrs. Theodore Nelson: Mrs. Rich-
"rrar.: Rabbi Phillip Fried: Rev. John Yenches: Rev. N. Manning,
and Steinman.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951
Shapiro Vies For
Beach Council Seat
Harold Shapiro, announcing
his candidacy for Miami Beach
councilman on a platform of
Good Government," stated he is
"unequivocally opposed to illegal
gambling and unalterably against
racketeering." He is also in ac-
tord with the work of the crime
commission under Sen. Estes
Kefauver and, locally. Council-
man Mclvin J. Richard.
A native of Milwaukee, Wis.,
Shapiro received his law degree
from Marquette University. He is
a local attorney and has been a
member of the American, Wis-
consin, Milwaukee County, Flor-
ida. Dade County and Miami
Beach Bar Associations.
"Aj to my beliefs," he said, "I
place myself in the same category
with Eddie Cantor, who in a
recent interview said to me:
'First, I am a good American;
next, I am a good Jew; then I am
a good Zionist'."
Shapiro was a navy lieutenant
stationed in Key West and, in
the absence of a Jewish chaplain
in that area, conducted religious
I soi vices for the servicemen and
women.
Hi is a member of the Ameri-
can Lemon. AVC, Amvets and
JWV He has been on the vet-
committee of the Dade
County Bar Association which
Iprovides free legal service to
Ivetei ans,
The candidate is a member of
[the speakers committee of the
Dade County Bar Association,
Miami Beach Zionist District,
ah and Community Chest!
He is chairman of the public
i lions committee for the Mi-
ami Beach coordinating commit-
the Dade County Civil
Defense Council.
Shapiro was instrumental in
Organizing the Miami Alumni
b of Alpha Epsilon Pi frat-
vJewisti lb til,
Harold Shapiro
ernity and helped establish a
local chapter at the University
of Miami.
Active on behalf of the Na-
tional Council of Christians and
Jews and the Miami Round Table
radio programs, he was cited by
Director James W. Whitehead
for his service. He is the founder
and first president of Temple
Isaiah, and is a member of B'nai
B'rith. .
During the past year. Shapiro
has been broadcasting an educa-
tional radio program, "Builders
of Israel," every Sunday and has
completed the manuscript of a
book entitled "Builders of ^rael
A Collection of Sixty Inspira-
tional Radio Biographies."
During the past five years,
Shapiro has averaged more than
100 talks a year on subjects in-
cluding Americanism, art, music,
brotherhood, democracy, litera
ture, Judaism and Zionism.
"If my fellow citizens elect
me." Shapirosaid, "I do not in-
Center Women's Unit
Slates 1st Meeting
First general meeting of the
newly formed Women's Activities
Group of the Miami Jewish
Community Center, is slated for
Wednesday, April 11, at 1 p.m.
in the center auditorium, ac-
cording to Mrs. Meyer Forer, act-
ing chairman.
The meeting will be in the
form of a dessert tea and a Pass-
0V0V theme will predominate. An
exhibit on the various activities
in the center will be set up for
the meeting.
Working on arrangements for
the program are program, Mrs.
Al Rcisman, Mrs. Monroe Gelb
Mrs. A! Berkowitz, Mrs. Oscar
Topaz; telephone, Mrs. Benjamin
Heiner, Mrs. Sam Seitlin; public-
ity, Mrs. Lewis Sternshein; re-
freshments, Mrs. Charles Sping-
arn, Mrs. Julius Wilson, Mrs. Abe
Cutler and Mrs. Sam Caplan.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Samuel Pesin, Martin Haness,
David Kozlin, Leo Braverman,
Leon Kaplan, Nathan Dubler, A.
L. Plager, Maurice Waldorf, Jack
Apte, Max Silver, Leo Landis and
David Berman.
PAGE 9 A
Latin-American Fest
Set By Music League
A Latin-American program will
be presented by the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League in con-
nection with Pan-American week
on April 15, 8:30 p.m. at the
Roney Plaza Hotel, according to
Ruth Brotman, chairman.
All Latin-American consuls and
Mayor Harold Turk have been
invited.
The North American soprano,
Frances Sebel, will be heard in a
varied program of the music of
Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala,
Peru, Cuba and Chile. Warner
Hardman will accompany her at
the piano.
Tryouts For U- M'Hamlef
Tryouts for the 16 male and
two female roles in the Uni-
versity of Miami production of
"Hamlet" will be held Mondav
and Tuesday, April 9 and 10. at
7:30 p.m. at the university Box
Theatre, North Campus, accord-
ing to Sam Hirsch, who will
direct.
Parts for the play, which
will be presented in the Ring
Theatre from May 14 to 26,
are open to anyone in the com-
munity, Hirsch said.
.01*1.
*.
*xJGUST BROS RVr
IS the tit ST?
t\
r
Author On Program
Fannie Edelman, prominent
Jewish author and writer of her
own radio program in New York,
will appear as a guest on Jacob
Schechter*s Jewish Variety Hour
on Sunday, April 8, at 2 p. m.
She will read excerpts from her.
most recent book, "The Mirror
of Life," a collection of stories
on Jewish life.
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better government and will do
every thing in my power to lead
our community towards this
goal."
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PAGE 10 A
l**l*tncr*&M
Community Series
To Present Violinist
Community Concert Series of
the Miami Beach YM and WHA
will present Violinist Joan Field
in the final concert of the season
on Wednesday. April 11. at the
Miami Beach High School Audi-
torium.
Miss Field, who was a pupil of
Jaquea Thibaud. Albert Spalding
and Michel Piastre, will offe:
selections by Tartini. Bloch. Ach-
ron. Wieniawski. Chaussen
1" .-Freed. Lecuona and Dt
Fi 11a.
n i the well-kn wn Fiel :
|y which ii
FRIDAY, APRIL 6.
LEGAL NOTICE
not,ce safiS55*-
NOTICE IS HBRKHY filVFN Ik .
- V business under the ric-tltloua n'K?" 'l
| Sunshine city Tranafcr,m "SSL*
I at 1101 N.K. 1st Ave., Miami in'""
| to register Mid nam, "liCoK
ZMf*0 Conrt of -*
CHARLES SATTENBTB})
4/6-13-20-27 Bo>Own,r. '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"""
NAME LAW S
NOTICE IS) HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desli Ing t.P engage in
li ness under the I ..,. ;i
Drake Villas at 77S0 Tatum Water
way Drive*, Miami Beach, F'i.i |n]
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of tin' Circuit Court of iwa.
County, Florida uaa'
JACK FREiniTH and
CLAIRE FREIDUS
4/6-13-21-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT
ON
SSSST.3SiSi.,Sa a'. MS.a.*-s^f^r^oX^S^St
Sc/mou, B. Litbrnn .rd M.Win P...1. c.d. 0 1 h. Gr..l.r Mm *~ CmaM^ member,
ssia^jfjrawta2 ass ~
Lovinson. Judge Konncth Oka. Seymour Rubin and Joseph Pardo.______ _---------------_-----
v wv- ntv and with the WQXR in N V rk City in 1944 to Music."-Radio City Music Hall
'J~ A"^^. w in rec,,,.
Dlaved a White Hot tal for Notes and Qu l ran *nw
... *-. ...la .. 1Q11 i .. .'_. .Ml'! t,

Cyrus Field, who
the first trans-At
II' Field, p let, she
ut at Town Hall.
din Delan R tin 1933
and h 5 s: ,v''
the maji r orchesl '
:' :.".e B
de Monte in 1943. she was
solo \ nisi it rad rtaj n
25th Anniversary Fete
A surprise twenty-fifth i
ven ry ; arty was given in hon-
| Mrs M. Sanders.
925 X E 123rd St. North Miami,
at tl e home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Pritt on Sunday, March 11. by
tl eir daughter, Elaine.
Betrothal of Miss Pearl Pritt
: Sanders' son, Irwin Sor-
rell. was ann< unced at the party.
guests were the follow-
ing couples: C. Weinman, R. Kap-
md H. Sanders of Toledo.
A Sanders and B. Sklover
of Detroit; P. Hack. A. Kamins
and M. Kramer of Lansing. Mich-
at the National Gallery in Wash-
was rebroadcast by the OWI to ington. d. C. as the representa-
troops U Has Field hasjtive American violinist for the
appeared u s> I -"- n
^"' '^' *. rvui.li,^llUri
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT >K TUP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL < UUTiT
OF FL. R!DA. IN ANU F*>R huik
COUNTY'. in CHANCERY No,
LJ9S78
REOINA K. ISAACS, IMalntlff, .,
LOUIS It. ISAAC8, Defendant
TO: Lolls K ISAACS,
Montsomen
lirookhn. New Toric
yOU ARK RKyllRKD to serve a
oopy of your answer to the bill of
complaint on the plaintirfi attw-
nevs. lie Custas, Maer ind Floyd, and
file the o iclnal In th. offl '<,{ ln,
C!erk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the -Ith day of May, I Ml, In the
above entitled action for divorce, oth-
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, ntered against you.
Dated this 2nd day of tprIL lsil.
E. B. LEATHBIUIAM,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
n'ircult Court Seal)
By M C FEUlE.
Deputy clerk.
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412 Congrem Bldg.
l/6-13-2f>-:'7
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the undersigned, deslrini: -.. ennpa
business under the flctlt-oui nncl
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Court of Dade County, Florida.
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1321 Fan American Bank Mdi.
4/6-13-20-17________________________
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the undersigned, desir.iu- to engateii
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register wild nan j .
the Circuit Court of
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pHfDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
pomerantz Heads
(fables Lodge
Lewis Pomerantz, local certi-
fied public accountant, has been
elected president of Coral Gables
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to succeed
Alvin t'orenblum, it has been
announced by Charles R. Jacob-
wn, director of the B'nai B'rith
Coun il.
Pomerantz was graduated from
m, w York University with a
* >e*ist fir rtdton

PAGE 11 A
phony Orchestra will mark its
:.fi.V fMl0iVBrS!ry next wason
with John Bitter back as con-
ductor Remaining as associate
conductor will be Modesto Alloo
who became music director when
Hitter left the university in 1942
to join the armed forces.
For its nine scheduled concerts
for the 1951-52 season, Symphony
Manager Mane Volpe announces
the following guest soloists:
Patrice Munsel, Metropolitan Op-
Gables Young Adults
To Hear TV Executive
n up- Lyon Morrow, executive assist-
VkiatU* sP|ano- Oct. 28-: ^t to the vice president and
tV, Kathleen Fcmnr Fnci;<.u___ I Senpi-nl >,,,,-,..,, .. mm... ...
Bitter visited the U-M in Decem-
ber 1950 as guest conductor for
one of this season's concerts, and
at that time accepted appoint-
ment by Dr. Bowman F. Ashe,
Miami's president, to the post of
dean of the school of music.
9Q-K-..V.1 p a"P' me vice president and
. i. iV en Fcrr,or- English con- general manager of WTVJ will
tralto. Nov. 18-19- Vohnri; *___ __________....... ____u i__, .. i
Lewis Pomerantz
r of Science in Account-
i received his Master's De-
in Education in 1940. He has
I been a Greater Miami resident
: 1943 and maintains offices
lal 927 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Other officers elected were
hirst vice president, A. Edgar
Miller: second vice president,
Herbert Weiss; recording secre-
tary. Theodore R. Wayne; cor-
responding secretary, Sidney
: treasurer. William Ep-
ein; financial secretary, Sam
Slinoff; monitor, Alvin Coren-
^lum: warden, Hyman E. Fried-
nan; guardian, Manuel Lubel;
Bnd trustees. Jerome R. Adelman,
>scar Greene, William Hechler
Eugene V. Seidler.
-it ii------.- *"B"ii con-
tralto, Nov. 18-19; Yehudi Menu-
hin violinist, Dec. 9-10; Artur
Rubinstein, pianist, Jan. 20-21-
rnre,g,01' FiatiRrsky, "cellist. Feb!
10-11; Mischa Elman, violinist.
Mar. 9-10; William Kapelk pian-
ist, Mar. 30-31; Igor Gorin, bari-
tone, Apr. 20-21; Helen Traubel.
Metropolitan Wagnerian soprano
May 11-12.
Bitter, dean of the university's
school of music since March 1
returned to the school following
eight years in Europe. During
that period he conducted such
orchestral groups as the Berlin
Philharmonic the Berlin State
Orchestra, the Italian Radio
Symphony of Rome and the Dres-
den Philharmonic.
Bitter was conductor of the
U-M Symphony following the
death of its founder, Arnold
Volpe in 1940, until 1942. During
the war years he was overseas
as an infantry major in the tank
corps and resumed his musical
career in Europe at the close of
the war.
On his return to the states,
;peak before the
jCoral Gables
Young Adult
Group at the
Goral Gables
I e w i sh Com-
|munity Center
on Wednesday,
April 11, at 8:30
Ip.m.
Morrow's topic
will be "Behind
the Scenes in
Television." He
will discuss the
Morrow methods used in
planning and presenting a TV
program. Dancing and refresh-
ments will complete the evening.
Reuben Nordenberg, president
of the group, invites the public
to attend.
JCRS To Meet
A meeting of the Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society will be
held Monday, April 9, at 8:30
p. m. at the Majestic Hotel, 660
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
D, ?BI. B'r,th officials plan 14th annual state convention of
B Ml B nth lodges to be held April 28-30 at the Casablanca Hotel.
Shown distributing patron tickets to committee workers is E.
Albert Pallor, first vice president of the state federation, and
general conventional chairman. Others in photo are: (1. to r.)
Leonard Tobin, North Shore Lodge; Godfrey K. Newman. Miami
Beach Lodge; Burnett Roth, Sholem Lodge; Pallot; George J.
Bertman, Miami Beach; Judge Sam I. Silver, president of the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida; and Sidney Aronovitz, Sholem
Lodge.
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April 20th and 21st
Only Limited Number of Reservations Available
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1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 5-1682 $7.50 Per Plate
I Modern Israel Course
|Will Hear Dean Owre
Dr. J. Riis Owre, dean of the
It'-M graduate school, will be
guest speaker in the course "Civ-
|ili/.ati IK" a 218, Merrick Building, Uni-
|vi rsity of Miami, at 8:30 p. m.,
|April 23.
Dr Owre will discuss his recol-
I ''f travel in Palestine ar.d
|V Middle Fast ar.d Dr. Berthold
< 1 1: I, instructor of the course,
a discussion of the 'In-
\ a] Situation in the Near
nd Israel's Defense Prob-
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I!'' and 'Memorandum on a
will be shown.
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MATZOHS AND NOODLES
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12oz. H&MMatzohs
5 lb. H & M Matzohs
5 lb. Rokeach Matzohs
12 oz. H & M Whole Wheat Matzohs
12 oz. H & M Egg Matzohs
llb.H&MMatzohMeal
1 lb. H & M Farfel
1 lb. H & M Cake Meal
4 oz. H & M Potato Pancake Mix
12oz.H&M Potato Starch
1 oz. H & M Soup Nuts
8 oz. H & M Hoodies
8 oz. H & M Barley
6 oz. H & M Knoedlack
CANDY
Streits Hard Candy
Elite Milk Choc. Bars
Elite Raspberry Cream Chocolate
Elite Strawberry Cream Chocolate
Elite Bittersweet Choc. Bars
SOAPS & CLEANSERS
Rokeach Asstd. Soap
Brillo Asstd. Soap
Rokeach Scouring Powder
15 oz. H & M Plain Macaroons
15 oz. H & M Chocolate Macaroons
6V2 oz. H & M Choc. Coated Egg Macaroons ...
VARIOUS
Qts. Rokeach Borscht
Qts. Rokeach Prune Juice
Large Nyaf at
16 oz. Rokeach Gefitie Fish
Tumbler Candles Household Candles
PRESERVES
8 oz. Rokeach Honey
12 oz. Rokeach Strawberry Preserves
12 oz. Rokeach Grape Preserves


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Borden's Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee
Lipton's Tea
Qts. Cott's Beverages, Asstd. Flavors
SUGAR
5 lb. Domino Kosher Sugar
2 lb. Domino Tablet Sugar
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Beach Lodge Assails Discriminatory
Advertising Used By Marine Terrace
Releas
letter addressed hv

nl i;, ch B'nai B'rith to May-
Turk, and all City
i the City of Miami
ting to discrimina-
nt by the Marine
Miami Beach, ia
; dfrey K. Newman.
|i nt, and Sam W.
c i u>-" Anti-Defamation
^ man.
the lodge's letter to
Beach Mayor and
( I men is as follows:
Id Turk
ami Beach
h, Florida
layor Turk:
If of Miami Beach
B'rith, I wish to
. ; tent li in. and thai
City of Miami Beach,
I reprint of a ri -
:ii i mi one of New
tropolitan news-
imini I >i y adver-
the Marine Terra.ee
Bi ach.
ctici of dh crimina-
ng by this estab-
: lects dii xedit and
a blight on the good
H e City of Miami
Publicity such as that
in the attached is
' i the public relations
ii our community.
the practice of dis-
n is not only un-
n and entirely contrary
country's democratic
ut is a direct threat to
r-urity of our nation. In
s period of national emer-
li clared by the Presi-
the United States, the
lity of all American people is
unt necessity. Efforts
: he American people
prejudice and discrim-
ovide 'aid and com-
who seek to weak-
. 'ional unity, secur-
i-hampioning of de-
the United Nations.
together with the
our community.
great pride in the
ol U. S. Ambassador
ustin to the Mi-
' -Discriminatory
. Ordinance in his
the United Nations on
in Human Rights' in
Beach has
1 I e r s h i p
nati 'ii in the
oi democratic
. :: the adoption
minal iry Ad-
vertising Ordinance.
"May I advise that ample doc-i
umentary evidence of long-
time continued blatant discrim-
inatory advertising tending to
weaken the American people
on the un-American basis ol
ri ligious pn judici bv the Ma-
rine Ten ace Hotel, ia avail-
able through the offices of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
"Miami Beach Lodge B'nai
B'rith, accordingly, takes tli
opportunity to urge the City
ol Miami Beach and the I I
Government to lake all appro-
priate measures to investigate
discriminatory advertisin
the Marine Terrace Hoi I, and
and other similarly-situated e -
tabl m our city, and to
effeel promp! compliance with
the provisions of the Miami
Anti-Discriminatory Ad-
ting Ordinance.
"Looking forward to hearing
from you, and with all good
Ishi to you and the City
Councilmen. we a: e
Respectfully yours,
(s) GODFREY NEWMAN,
President
(s) Sa.M W. SHAPIRO.
Chairman.
Anti-Defamation
League Committee."
GKN/sa
"NEW YORK DAILY COMPASS
February 11, 1951
NOT RECOMMENDED
Planning to go to Miami Beach?
You should be forewarned of the
practices of the Marine Terrace
Hotel, whose president, John B. j
Reid. takes great pains to em- I
phasize that the place is "near
Catholic and Christian churches" I
and caters to "a discriminating |
Christian clientele."
Reid's promotion material this
year is more outrageous than
ever, advising clients to file their
reservations early because two
other places have changed hands
and "will not cater to a restrict-
ed type of clientele as in previ-
ous years."
These defections, Reid warns,
will "increase the demand f< c
hotels of our typical mode of op-
eration (Christian)."
Miami Beach has a local stat-
ute against, that kind of bigotry,
The Travel Agents Committee to
bat I liscrimination by Re-
nd Hotela has notified Mi-
ami Beach authorities of Real's
behavior.
Just thought you ought to
know."
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MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1951
SEC. B
UJA CALLS FOR CASH NOW
TO SAVE JEWS OF IRAQ
Anti-Jewish tension i.i ireq this week continued to climb to
itr highest point since that country's participation in the invasion
of Israel nearly three years ago. Added to Iraq's May 31 deadline
on Jewish emigration to Israel, authorities there have started to
seize Jewish property and to freeze Jewish funds in banks while
reports te'l also that Jews registered for emigration to Israel
may be forced into concentration camps during their wait. With
Iraqi Jews being transferred to Israel at the rate of 20.000 each
month, the Urited Jewish Appeal has called upon American Jews
to advance S5.000,000 in cash now to speed this mass exodus to
Israel. Here is a typical scene in one of the planes now flying the
rescue route between Baghdad and Lydda.
Jmpellitteri Proclamation
Draws Council's Fire
NEW YO!;K. (JTA) M
Vincent R. Impellitteri's pi
of the month fr im i
22 to April 22 as ."Men hip
lization Mi n h ( r the / n-
1 zation of Ai
brought d'iv 'i on City Hall -
ly the wrath of the An
Council for Judaism.
In his proclamation, the
that the citizi nry
York wa with Zioi I
he d( clared that the ZO.
iion to the democi I I
i initarian principles of Ame -
a..n lift
l:i bli '
c 1 for Judaism told th
ill. (
ce should i. it
expli ti I "to '___:
an
organization wh i e p
ntially political and highly
controversial. '
The Zionist movement, the
l< tter added is "contrary to the
basic principles of American I
and the mayor's action, it
would result in segregating
Americans of the Jewi/i I i ti
"by involving them in the secular
S of a foreign state.''
Civil Defense Workers
Enrolled By Gables Unit
Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, civil
defense cnairmnn of the Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women, has
announced that she has enrolled
six members of the unit in the
Red Cross defense cou
They a.i thi Mes lami s E
Reiner. Ma.an Pozen, Hazel
Rappaport, Cele Winkelman,
Jeannetto Schw I \/. and Sally
Wellins.
Sheriff Kelly To Speak
Sheriff Thomas Kellv will ad-
dress the members of Sholem
e, B'nai B'rith. at their
weekly luncheon meeting on
Tuesday. April 10. at 12:15 p.m.
at the Miamian Restaurant.
Sheriff Kelly will report on "The
Problem of Law Enl
Dade County" and will be intro-
duced by luncheon chairman, C I
Mil hael M. [senbi
Fomerantz To Speak
At Kadassah Meeting
Ily Pomerantz, associate di-
rector of extension activities of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will conduct singing and explain
the meaning of a Seder at a meet-
ing of Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Group of
Hadassah on Monday eve:..
April 9, at 8:30.
The meeting will be held ti
Education Building of the
Beach Jewish Center, aci 'hng
to Mrs. Jean Berman, program
irman. Rabbi Simon April will
!uss Passover customs and
monies.
Mrs. Ceil ( i k, suppl
man. reques nbi

'. eat i r the Hadassah
etters To The Editor
Kasliru.s In Chaos
idian
in ler igned, appeal to
sake of "Kashrus" to
" r in your weekly
iw you. Mr. Shochet,
i us have known your
of blessed memory,
hed and fought, if
traditional Juda-
1 inger a secret that
Sts in this city as
J IS is concerned. The
:.- appalling. Butchers
me the "Paskim"
who are supposed to
m Kashrus are dis-
tl ..ne another. One
butcher "Treifah," the
iiim in under his
some call it. his
k us.
v reached the point
Orthodox Jews fei i
they get no Kosher
. supposedly Kosher
\ hy pay exorbitant
they permit them-
buy "Treifah" meat.
Conservative Jews
confidence in the
inter guests leave
h disgust. The more
eat no meat at all
ly in Miami.
a situation can
d to see. We, there-
i it behooves you.
t, to take an interest
t anarchy in Jewish
City, and organize a
Hakohol" which will have
rabb- '""'' by butcheis and
u-
land v"u to Print our names,
if nW' shl" add names weekly
buw, ary' We wil1 boycott the
Ihxllf- ,shP8 until some order
Jewish iife will be established.
v pi at and appeal to you for
help. Do it for the sake of
Judaism; do it for the sake of
Kashrus. and God will bless you
for it.
Yours truly.
Milton Schonfeld. J. W. P.
Morion Lehr, Louis Cutler. S.
Alpern, Jacob Roulefogel, Dr.
Abraham Lemson, William Klein.
J. Ruth. J. Mincoff. Sam Silver.
Joe Benzon, Irving Solomon.
Louis Katz. Sam Dandall. Samuel
Badir, Joe Rutansky. Joseph
Mendal Zimmerman. Win.
L. Goldberg. N. Ungar.
Harry Purash, W. Lipkin, Hy-
man Carl, M. Melman, Sade Carl.
Herman Wiesenfeld, A. Weinberg,
Clara Wiesenfeld, Al Stahl, Frieda
Stahl, L. Allan. Anne Allan, R.
Kurlander, J. Kurlander, M.
Kelner, Mollie Posner, Nettie
i n, Mrs. K. C. Moskowits,
Lillian Moscovitz, S. Schlazer.
and Samuel Schlazer.
BeSicious.
North Shore Center
To Break Ground
On April 15
Ground breaking ceren
for the North Shore Jewish C( li-
ter will be h< Id Sunday. April 15,
at 2:30 p. ni. at 75th and Dickens
A'. i 'iue.
A; : Bi ch C mncilman Bur-
nett Roth will be principal syeak-
er. Al.-o slated to be present at the
eereai ones is Mayor Harold Turk.
West Miami JWV Post
To Particpate In Service
West Miami Post 223. Jewish
War Veterans will take part in
the evening service of the West
Miami Jewish Center on Friday.
April 6. at 8:15 p.. m. Guest
speaker will be Hylan H. Kout
past national vice-commander of
the JWV.
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
v.-; hingtoXThe State Department felt thai I
arett's version of the persecution ol Iraq Ji i not
. with the tacts. Jewish Telegraphic Agency dispatches
anti-Jewish terror in Iraq and a radio ne iver a
n station by this correspondent were looked upon with
I by elements within the State Department. The Ameri-
v m Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, informed Washington
reports were without foundation. But what was
Gables Organist
Wens U-M Honor
; ..st at
i-al Gabli i Center,
has !) ntod justice of the
Appellate Court of the i niv<
of Miami. This honor is awarded
semi-annually to the three grad-
uating who attain the
st scholastic average of their
class in Into school.
Kessler will graduate in June
and intends to practice locally.
In addition to his high degree ..f
scholarship he has been active
in service to the school and is at
present an editor of the Miami
Law Quarterly and a staff mem-
ber of the Barrister, official pub-
lication of the Law School of the
university. He is former music di-
rector of the Radio Workshop
for Democracy, a weekly broad-
cast of WMIE.
The LL.B. that Kessler will re-
ii ve in June will be his second
degree, post-dating his first, a
BA in music, by ten years. He
graduated from Brooklyn College
in 1941.
Appointed with Kessler were
i (live Mae Bean, who is also
an editor of the Miami Quarterly
recentl I chief justice
Hanna Senesch Group To Nominate Officers
Hanna Sene-sch Group ol
h will hold its next mealing
on April i) at 1:30 p.m. in the
Sapphire If torn of the Belmar
Ai; s. Mori is Alp.
dent, announced.
A feature of the business meet-
ing will be nomination i
fieers. Program chairman, Mrs.
Max Weitz, will present H
sah's newest technicolor film,
-Hands of Healing." L I
will sing several selections.
thai tl Jewish
ti ith?
While the American Embassy in Baghdad was busy denying
that 1-ere were any disturbances, a hard grenade flew into the
U.S. government offices in Baghdad. Since the State Department
maintained there was no disturbance, it is difficult to understand
how blowing up four people, in the midst of such an idyllic scene of
love and amity.
\ i s in Washington told the story that Jews are treated nicely
They alleged that JTA bulletins were part of a publicity
5tunt i i stimulate contributions to he United Jewish Appeal. The
artment and the Iraqis were in touch. A U.S. official said
JTA stories might offend the Iraqis. In that evert, he said.
1 i ot be surprised if the Iraqis really launched some
ins. He admitted that Jewish bank accounts were El
the U.S. diplomatic report confirmed this. Rut he hinted
. el interfered with Arab assets, so he thought it to be "six of
; | alf-dozen of the other."
tent Arab proverb teaches that ;. person doi i not really
-ions but the possessions actually own and enslave
nst have been with charity in mind tint the Iraqi Arabs
Jewish refugees free from their bui essions.
arrived in Israel almost nakedcompletely liberated
qi benefactors. ^ ________
French News Agency reported directly from Baghdad
,-iii-Jcwish decrees had brought Iraq into "a state of chaos."
iiile. the Associated Press told of disturbances. In fact,
the State Department tried to ps;nt the Iraqis in a favorable
raqi nationalists repaid the favor by plotting to seize
in oil interests.
London Daily Herald reported in 1933 that plans were
ite for "an anti-Jewish pogrom in Germany on a scale as
Me as any instance of Jewish persecution in 2.000 years." The
Department then said "this government is disinclined to
econce to this report."
State Secret: y Cordel] Hull wrote in 1933 of
tic outbreaks (i' rmany. "I am of tne opii ion
ion has rarely produced tlie results desired and lias
aggravated tie situation." George A. Gordon, the U.S.
'Affaires in Beilin. answered Hull that hi' agreed that
tercession of the jews was undi irable. G< i Ion added
licato i in my Telegram No. 4:s. March 23. 11 a.m., Hitler
entS t < lenient of moderation in the Nazi Party and
that if in any way you can strengthen his hands, even
lie would wi Icome it."
C insul Genera] George Messersmith, however, re-
in Berlin to Nov. 1, 1933 that "it is unquesti inable that
on in tlie physical persecution of the Jews was brought
. reaction of public opinion in the rest of the world ."
Ii would seem that the State Department people concerned
with Iraq have not read their own files. If anyone is interested on
whether stories of persecution should be reported, let them read
Messersmith's dispatch to Washington. It is No. 1695 in the
archives of the former American .Embassy in Berlin and is ob-
tainable both here and in Baghdad.
IVJ1 MunIi* School
Sets lira** Kwital
The ty ol Miami school
of music will present anothi
cital by I i nsi ml I
April 12. at 8:30 in
I i nl Li ture Hall. I
the direction ol B wer Murphy,
group will perform wtrks by
the Purcell, Bach, Wagner, Hu
that out- Osborne and Hoi-'..
Features of the program
be a tana solo by Constance
Wild.in. performing a sonata by
B n, lette Marcello and the i
in E Fl.ii Major for wind instru-
ment-; i ven. In the Latter
work the performers will b<
'Thomas A. Ayres, T. C. Collins
and Laurence Tremblay ol the
j music faculty, and Don de 1.'
Betty Hasoltine, Joan Dobbs. i
bara Poerster and Aaron Sklut.
j music stud< ;.
Another feature will be a pre-
I lude for brass written for this
'ensemble by Fred Huette, a stu-
dent of composition at the school
of music and being performed for
the first time.
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Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services.
REASONABLE HATES
Newman Elected
Stuart G. Newman was elected
first vice president of the Greater
Miami Public Relations Associa-
tion at its meeting last week.
Hoite M. Agey, Miami's pub-
licity director, was elected presi-
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-Jewisti fkrkKtim
PAGE 5 B
Novak To Discuss
Jewish Culture
H. Novak, managing editor of
ll,j Yiddish literary magazine
..fi1(. Future," will give a lecture
I m the subject "Problems of Jew-
I ilture in America" on Sat-
urd^iv. April 7, at 8:30 p.m. in
|,)]t Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
[25 Washington Ave.
. was formerly director
Y. L. Peretz schools in
and later in Philadelphia
and N< w York. He edited the
iterary "Almanac" and
I hied a specialist in the
Jewish education and
lie has published many
[ ,.nd essays on these sub-
lecture, which is given
[ iu.pices of the Work-
I Circle Branch 692, its
I.'. Club and its Y. L.
I 1 School, is open to the
public.
I"l;jjUlr-lranala
I Women El<<*t
M ; Bn Clein was re-elected
1! of the Women's Activi-
iup of the Flagler-Granada
] Community Center at a
i ng of the organization last
1 iv night.
elected to office were
M James Segal, vice president;
Charles Blau, secretary;
\.\ Arthur Robinson, treasurer.
Monthly evening meetings will
ugurated under the new
t>: -. according to Mrs. Clein.
PRIME MINISTER DAVID BEN-GURION
TO LAUNCH BOND DRIVE IN U. S:
Spring Dance Set
Fourth annual spring dance of
B'n;u BVith Council of South
tlonda will be held at the Presi-
|rnt Madison Hotel on Sunday,
\pnl 15, according to an an-
nouncement bv Judge Sam I.
Blver, president.
pO Expected At Sedorim .
[Ovi 250 persons are expected
the Passover Sedorim being
bid bv Kru'seth Israel Congre-
fction in the synagogue social
\\l Cantor Abraham Seif will
nduct the services. Reserva-
Ons are being taken at the syna-
kgue office.
Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion will visit the United
States in May to launch the S500.000.000 State of Israel "Inde-
pendence" Bond Issue. This will be the Prime Minister's first trip
lo this country since the Jewish State was established in May.
1948. Mr. Ben Gurion's arrival, coinciding with the third anni-
versary of Israel's independence, will mark the official opening
of the Israel bond drive in this country. Funds derived from the
bonds will make possible large-scale expansion of Israel's industry
and agriculture.
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PAGE 6 B
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JPAY^PR,L6
Mrs. Benner Heads
Tropical Women
Mrs. Melvin Benner was re-
elected president of T
! B'nai B'nth Women at
the group's annual elect:.
March 13 al the. Miami
sh Cent* Religious S
Installation is slated for Sun-
April 8, al 7:15 p.m. ..: the
. : Club.
Miami Beach Councilman Bur-
Roth will be
In ing C> pen ill sc rve as
I Mrs. Irving Cyp<
the invocation.
Others name It were
Mrs. L uis Wilsi n, firs
pr< sident; Mrs. Irving L
vice ] ...
Medoff, treasurer; Mrs,
S "a. financial
Jews In Sports
Mondschein To Teach Athletics In Israel
Bv BILL WOLF
Mrs
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Harvey Mi

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Lou Wil-

Turk Appointed
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The big new -
of th
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ment.
The
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New
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Israeli S
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I S been made
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ish athleti
hard to make
The Nal
re Board helped
[y by supplying the
kn .'. i nee of its
physic tional department,
instrumental in the pi
Col 1 i rry 1). Hei
for Israel
- L. Ornstein and
Normal
S. G:
'. lecai Konow-
Mondschi
nfused with the I
i who is :
NYU. Tl
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them, since the y n it
only both have the same name
c] seh with
NYU.
Koul Appointed
To JWV 4roii|i
A Miami Beach attorney. Hv-
lan Kout. was appointed last
week as Florida representative
(it the Jewish War Veterans' Na-
nal C immission against Com-
Price Control Gro
Names 2 Office "p
Sam F. l).,v ,,.,, lh
-leee*,. *.
Hefner
.. k to the naming
x, a quick
ti : ghlights .. .
lSKETBALL W '. work
do, even
missing from
the national AA1 ca I na-
t at Denvi though it
MO r its ex- League Opens Drive
: politan
AAU c n Ni w >
I lurney n king a
from r the
uldn't
Two Yi
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n I A been
II am in
V rk in a poll taken by
v. .:
NDBALL, Sam W
JCC ninth
Ni u J rs AAL) hand-
.. pionship ting Les
' v Ben-
: B klyn. nal

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. ndl
v av.
DIMMING 1 new!
tfali
D S He set il
tly in tin 100-j ai I free-
by doii t in 0:51 5.
ton, Ohio. and I). I
d in sent in the firsl
on the airmail swimming
iment being held by the
h Welfare li iard. The win-
will be announced in this
column just as soon as they are
Mined when all of thi
suits are sent in, to the JWB's
Ni .'. Yoi k office.
and T g**m
B,
muni.-m. >uuurne
His appointment was announced ^K^nf ,
by the national commander oi aWd 0 J "I'S the JWV who has been vacation-
ing here, Henry Albert of Flush-
I. I. Kout will serve under
man Fred Harris of Meri-
ii. n, Conn., also appointed at Mi-
ami Beach by Albert
orhead
duties
Hefner will s .. m lhr. ...
of Andrew T H ..:',.
foreemenl ptfie.
cialize in slau
Prior to JO
employed l>
OPA
'.'' A he was
Department",, AgriSl&l
Moorhead is i .
' I Mi.
ami Retail
Chi Silvers, president of iimJ Kela" <'" 1' nduc-e Inc
: Beach's newly formed {'".'V,1' L h'~ '
bianch govern n
Go l Government League, has erages, poultry, n ,-
announced a membership drive, and restaurants
The league will "s een" incum- retail grocer In M
bents and candidates lor Miami)years and
Beach municipal offices in the member of thi
future,______________________ tail Groci A e"

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1951 AT 7 P.M. J
IN THE BEAUTIFUL PAGODA ROOM OF THE
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RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating
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IrHlPAY, APRIL 6, 1951
+JewisM Fudge Silver Heads
k'ew Juvenile Service
Peter R- Palermo of
L u this week announced
1 hmenl ol a voluntary
I t service to be head-
I Sam I. Silver.
i y ni Police Asa h
I. time h ve ex-
1 ii m i a juvenile
er in this municipality.
.. Buchner jvill serve
adviser" and a
for tin1 West Miami
( issist in furthering
boys .nid girls ;incl
I nts in such cast s which
t. : e the court. Buchner
| n ,N ni the youth com-
the West Miami Police
[ n and has an extensive
I md in youth work.
I desire of our courts
I advice and guidance to
I iwho might otherwise
nvolved in serious of-
( inst the law." Mayor
b tatqd. "We invite par-
. nfer with Judge Silver
iner on anv matters con-
, ivenile delinquency."
tment of Judge Silver
iner became effective
' and the junvile service
i official municipal dc-
of the City of West
Both men will serve
\ renumeration.
PAGE 7B
uthor To Speak
a
i
I
1
'. Comaiko, noted Jewish
iid lecturer, who is
a brief vacation in Mi-
will be guest speaker
tioza Outdoor Forum,
St., Miami Beaeh. on
April 7. at !1 p.m. He
. his book, "Stories
h Lite." Dr. Abraham
ill preside.
Don Schrager
Young Zionists Plan
Spring Follies Dance
Miami Young Zionist Distriet
(Masada) will hold its "Spring
Follies Dance" on Sunday. April
8. at the Sorrento Hotel, accord-
ing to Don Schrager. president.
Rae Freedman. social chairman.
is in charge of arrangements.
Highlight of the event will be
a floor show featuring Hal Mur-
ray, radio personality; Shells
Van Dyke, young comedian; the
Powi rs, international dance team.
Mai Malkin and his Orchestra
will play for dancing and prizes
will be awarded.
iARTON'S IMPORTS MOLDED CHOCOLATE PIECES FROM
ISRAEL TO HELP STRENGTHEN ISRAEL'S ECONOMY

Di. Ernst Lewin. Israel Consul in charae of Econonvc Affairs
discusses with Stephen Khn (tight). President of Barton's Bon-
bonniere. ? shipment of Easter Chicks end Bunnies made for
Bartons in Israel end sold together with their own Continental
Chocolate at Barton's 40 retail stores. It :s throuqh such exports
that Israel is planning to strengthen its economy.
!!
Limited Reservations For Entire Passover
| Rosner's HOTEL GOOD
On the Ocean at Mrd Street
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Dinner 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. For Reservations
PHONE 58-1451
Biscayne Dog Track
Faces Competition
Although competing against
three other dog tracks, the Bis-
cayne Kennel Club is going in
hapi with play and attend-
ance S could be exi.
the cii offi-
cials report, In a few more nights
' i B ach and Hol-
ve run their al-
lotted time thus giving Biscaym
a free field.
tnti n at the northside oval
"ow i the runnin
Vll F la Champion
one of the outstanding event
the Florida gn j hound si
This will be decided April 21
liminations and
semi-finals have provided the
field for the main event. This
year the stake value has bei
500, a jump from
last year's $6,400 payoff.
Eliminations will be run April
16 and 17. two of these tests
scheduled [or- each of those
nights. On April l!) the two semi-
finals will be run and the first
four greyh lunds to finish in each
event will meet in the champion-
ship.
The race is open to all grey-
hounds in Florida and has at-
ted a banner list of entrants
among which will be found the
star of stars. Heal Huntsman with
an incredible number of consec-
utive victories to his credit plus
a. total of nearly $40,000 in earn-
ings.
S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
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"Jewish Diamond Aces"
Jewish Ball Hopefuls Faced Tough Time
'Breaking In/ But Kling Showed The Way
.' .- The thr
th( : i :: i series
By HAROLD RIBALOW
(' pyriphl 1951. A Jewish P '
Basketball, which has fallen upon unfortunate timeand
dishonorable one used to be called "the Jewish qames,'
mainly because a decade or two aao met of the finest teams
had at least two Jewish hcop stars. On? reason for the large
rreal Jewish basketball stars has bzen that basket-
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there have been lit
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Two Passover Sedorim
Planned At Beth Jacob
, : Si lorim will be con-
| al the David Whitman
:, f the Beth Jacob Synagogue
on Friday and Saturday. April
20 and 21.
The m Sedorim will be handled
as in | years by the Sonn-
: Cati ers, Reservations for the
Passovei evenings are being
pted at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue office, Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951
Can Israel Serve As Model For
Development Of World Government?
+Jewisti rhrldifur
PAGE 9 B
I)
By DAVID NUSSRAUM
UNITED. NATIONS The
foundation for World Govern-
ment is conducting an intensive
uaiion today into theques-
1 whether the experience
in the creation and building of
[srael might serve as a model in
miniature for the development of
: government.
I Foundation is a fundmental
h group established to
;;ll facets and phases of the
enl foi wo; Id government.
i ting on a million-dollar
from Anne McCormick
it has come up after two
v of research with the con-
| n that the federalist m ve-
gone about as far as it
that the true path to
g ivernment is through
i conomic development.
n outgrowth "f this con-
foundation experts s ime
%o raised these questions:
Id the World Zionist Or-
K in be the pattern for a
F leralist Congress?
the Jewish Agency serve
del for a world develop-
: i irporation?
kibbutzim fn Israel show
to the powerful social
n I economic organization that
ve In be created in the
veloped areas to balance
of capital at the other
economic development
In pursuit of the answers to
qu< stions the Foundation's
'.. Dr. Stringfellow Han.
i of St. John's College
.land, has been making
m-the-spot study of the Jew- j
' ite, the operations of the I
Agency and the functinn-
\ Israel's collectivist agii-
I
tundation first began
special interest in Israel
nisi achievement when
trustees. Scott Bu-
ading Chaim Wciz-
and Error." was
the parallels between
pment of the Zionist
and that of world govcrn-
What impressed him was
nly the n ;m of the
bul the practical pro-
n the site"the
ing of land in Palestine, the
tling of Jews there, the raising
huge sums to finance the cle-
lopment of the area and the
niding id' the foundation
ritual state through the
iction uf scientific agricul-
and technology, the estab-
' ol schools and hospitals, j
deeds done and the re-
nsibility for them accepted," i
nan wrote, "had given the .
Congress strength and
economically, politically j
i morally." Through concrete
complishments "lobbying be-1
rfective, power politics got
and conviction amounted !
' > inevitability."
Buchanan went on' to discover
i corporation, the Jewish '
i insored by the World
Organization, had been
i instrument of Israel's
nt, just as in colonial
p irations and trading
played principal roles
creation of sovereign
"hiding America. Thus, I
n theorized, could be the
ittcrn for the establish-
td.
ment of a World D, v.depment
I Corporation, through whose work
(it harnessing underdeveloped re-
Sourcesi and putting people to
work the institutions of world
unity could begin to grow,
i In the summer of 1950, the
foundation organized and under-
wrote a study trip to Israel for
j5 carefully selected students
Comprised of an African Negro,
two Indians and the rest Ameri-
cans, they were picked for their
interest in various aspects of
economic development. The group
lived and worked in the kibbutz
of Ein Hashofet for a month, then
j travelled about the country for
I another month. A report on the
meaning of the kibbutzim for the
world <; v : nment movement was
made to the Foundation by one
Ol the group. Harris Wofford, Jr..
'he v lune founder of Student
Federalists, Inc. it was the Bu-
tt and Wofford analyses that
inspired the current investiga-
tions of President Barr.
The question that had been
raised by the Buchanan report
en the possibilities of a World
Development Corporation as the
precursor of world government
was how such a project could
avoid turning into a "new kind
of Western imperialism." The
capital controlling end would
probably predominate, it was
pointed out. unless some way
could be found to fortify the au-
thority of those laboring in the
developing countries. Wofford
found the answer in the kib-
butzim.
The kibbutzim, he reported, by
plowing "an unprecedentedly
high proportion" for the foreign
capital into the land itself kept
generating new capital of their
own. Moreover, they combined
their strength by federating
among themselves, the stronger
sustaining the weak. They joined
forces with, indeed helped or-'
ganize the Israel labor federation
which, in its turn, developed
strong cooperative enterprises.
Hence, they became not only
unique tools for economic de-
velopment but the "creative core"
of a new kind of societya so-
ciety based on the community.
And this community could stand
up against the power of the for- .
eign capital not only because it!
became an organized community j
but because through sacrifice and
pioneering spirit and cooperative
enterprise, it could compete on
the best economic terms possible.
"Someday," wrote Wofford,;
"the verdict may be that Israel, j
because of its kibbutz-labor sec-
tor, discovered how to turn im- I
perialism upside down and make
of it a useful tool Western I
Florida Doctors' Wives To Meet With Husbands
HOLLYWOOD, Fla.Several
hundred wives of Florida doctors
are expected to begin arrivng
here April 22 to attend the 24th
annual meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Florida Medical
Association, according to Mrs.
James L. Anderson of Coral
Gables, president.
Their doctor husbands will be
in Hollywood for the 77th annual
convention of the medical as-
sociation which opens for three
days on April 23. The women
have scheduled two meetings for
the previous day. Sunday. An
executive board meeting will be
held in the Hollywood Beach
Hotel at 2:30 p.m., and special
entertainment, to which the men
have been invited, will be pre-
sented in the hotel's Flamingo
Room at 8:30 p.m.
Leonard Warren, leading bari-
tone of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, will he guest soloist
with fhe University of Miami
Symphony at the seventh in its
series of subscription concerts on
Sunday. April 8. at the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium, and
Monday. April 9, at the Miami
High School Aud'torium. Warren
wil'. sing "Credo" from Verdi's
"Othello." "Avanl de Quitter ces
Licux" from Gounod's "Faust"
and "Prologue" from "I Paliacci."
The orchestra will play Haydn's
Symphony No. 11 in G Major and
Kabelevsky's Symphony No. 2 in
C Minor. Op. la.
Jewish capital, poured into an'
undeveloped Eastern land on a
bold scale, has been utilized by
the people on the spot to create
a modern state."
His conclusion is that "Israel
is the best available test-tube for
world economic development."
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Jew!si) FRIDAY. APRIL 6,
1951
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write dirert to cur Chirago office and these orders
will have cr immediate attention, ^nd be shipped
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;t Is My Desire to Represent
Every Citizen of Cora'. Gables
VOTE FOR
THOMAS A,
HORKAN Jr.
5 ncere Progressive .
Independent
i Rai-cd in Cera! Gabies.
Uni\ :ni.
Attorney ?t Law
PULL LEVER 4 A
Candidate for City Commission
of Coral Gables April 10
\ lv
Religious Directory
MIAMI BEACH Jewish Center
>ld late Fridaj services at
TEMPLE ISAIAH (Reform!
nil
p.m. wrl Rabbi Irving
i
s
TEMPLE
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11 a.n I
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CONGRFGATION B E T H
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week. I '
through
W i i 6:30
n '
sh 1 ire v
F 6 15
Orth lox

6:30
p.m.
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. Istein,
Jewish Tl
At the i
... turday ;,: will
in W< klj Portion oi
, Law. Foil i I ,h'
,. Mi( .., v. I on ol
-,-.:. ( ''' ':
V. Go chant
t, | by tl
.. ij
, g Si i loth.
day
. 15 a.m. in the chapel. Junior
at 9 30 : :n
tnc :. h ,11. n ily religious
1 Moi through^! ursday
l ] a. to
. | m. to
. itive)
, ISRAEL of
will hear Dr. Joseph R v "*
k or "Deal of a Siw rot
Friday evening al 8:15 t&"
Edward A Klein wiuJSftj
Harry Boyell, i[, rb rt y taiul
and Frank A. Pe-
I S I
Saturday, L!

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iif th v. i

Sat
;.t
'Ids

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KNESETH ISRAEL will hold
rvici
Saturday n ng services
. lu< ti d by Canl >r
class will
at 4:30 p.m. and
5:30
S

p.m. followed by
which is b
wt ek bv I -:
a ill follow and
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STURGEON KIPPERS
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Xew Shipment of Herrings
and
Greek Olives
v will complete the
Daily services I I at
wed by .. class in
laws and cusl Sun-
n :fast will
: to i ol the He! rew
Sunday t hools by
[.Hi school
Id except Friday 1 om
i to 6:30 p :. Sundaj si
is from 10 a.n to ion, wit
daily in the fl
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NORTH SHORE Jewish C
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, Ossip, com-
30. JWV,
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ning servi
WEST MIAMI Jewish Com-
n unity Center will dedicate its
late Friday evening service to the
W Miami JWV post and will
ear guest speaker Hylan H.
Kout, past national vice com-
r who will speak on -JWV
and the Community." Rabbi Ezra
1 ifshitz will officiate. Saturday
morning service at 9 and the rabbi
will preach on the portion of the
week. The Sunday scl ool has in-
vited 1.11 parents to attend a fam-
ily fish fry al Crandon Park, Pit
2 on Sunday nOO! Groups will
leave the rente: at 11:30 a.m.
I mservativc)

CORAL GABLES Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Morris A. Skop pre-
. will hear the ral bi speak
on "Tl e Pedlocks" at the 8:15
Friday service. Cantor Jos-
, p w. Malek, ied
phen Kessl al the organ,
chant. Ones s. ab at will
s turday n irning service
will be at 9:30 with traditional
psalms by Hebrew school stu-
p. ah and bible
study will be followed by Kid-
dush.' Book review forum will
meet Sunday at B:15 p.m. with
the rabbi reviewing some Tal-
mud stories. Childn n's Passover
seder will be held Sunday, April
15, and adult sedei on Saturday.
. 21. (Liberal)
HEBREW ACADEMY
daily
1

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storj h ur for i
! p.m. i
itS Will :
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Seud 11
Jewelry Store Opens
In Little River Arec
Announci menl
f the o] i. '.'.- Jewelen
at 171 N.E. 79th Si
of th Little Rivi
trict.
Loew's is undi
management of W [
g, who hi.- h
perience in the .
Detr 'it and Miami T
feature s a watch elry re-
pair department
watchmakers will be in
ance
Loewcnberg residi -
i wife at 1002 Meridian Avi
ami Beach. His b: otl
will join him this summi I
charge of the apj
HK'llt.
Dial 5-5.M
MIAMI BEACH
18 OCEAN DRIVE
BETH DAVID will hold thi
of its lati Fii lay evenii g sei v
ices at 8:15 licat I
to thi of di-
- of the i egation. 1
Max S: | USCUSS "Wl A
dent Bi rnai I A si. rling will
A mches
and tl with
i rvice.
Saturday sen 11 be at 8:30
a.m. and stud." t service at 10:30.
At the Saturda
ak on rhe i...
1 vative)

FLAGLER GRANADA Jewish
.unity Center will hear
Atty I.mi- Hi \
Its at the Bil le" at
I
will : e served nftei
ices. Satui I ice at 9 a.m .
it 8
Sun :
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
b i the set ne oi thi Bai Mitzvah
S eldon I.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gerson, at the Satur-
at 10:45 a m. At t ie
Friday evening .....I 8 15,
R l. peak
"Con nal Loyalt ies."
Shab'oat ol new
i' i
it l Keli i nt at
(Lib
CONGEGRATION BETH EL
t the Bar Mitz\
Si lm Wi -n<\ Mrs.
H [nd at t 8 .to Satur-
R bbi Mur-
i irauer will deliver thi I
ai. Cantor Jacob E.
ir will chant, Friday eve-
will be held at ti.
Junior congregation will meet
Saturday at 10, Talmud class at
5 and Mincha at ti. Sunday school
will be held from lo a.m. to noon,
d iilj religiou: s< h ioI from 3:30
ii 30 p.m., daily services at
7:30 and 8:30 a.m., reading classes
tit 5 p.m.. and Mine a daily at
6:15 p.m. (Orthodox)
When Your Tablets
Get Down to 4
That's the Time a
To Buy Some
a.m. and
am. 11
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
will
Kaplan speak on
"Thi S roday"
Friday evenin \
How.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of West
Palm Beach will hear Rabbi
Richard E. Singer speak or.
y T um ed Crooks and
White Collar Criminals" at the
8:15 Friday evening service.
Candles will be lit bv Mri. R. S.
arten. Saturday morning
services ave been discontinued
until further notice. At the Fri-
day evei ing service Kaddish will
b rented foi Golda Feiga Fein.
Morns Shindler, Harris Rosen-
wald and Delia E Heller, (Re-
form)

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
and Congregation will hear Rabbi
Simon Apni sneak ... "Preserva-
tion of Judaism" at his Saturday
morning service at 9 The late
Friday i vening service has been
ated but tl ere is still an
service at 6:15. Mishna at
5 15 p m followed by Mincha,
Si alos Seudos and Maariv. He-
brew school daily from 3:30 to
6 30 p m. with daily BI tviee- at
a.m. and Ii p m. Sunday
will be held [ron 10
">n. (Orthodox)
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FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1951
Jewish Units Rap
>eace Crusade
Release in Miami of a joint
signed by four national
I igencies denouncing the
n Peace Crusade and its
nage" t<> Washington as
other Communist effort
l ex| recent development in
i scene to the Kremlin's
Ljvantage," is announced by Sam
i- S ipiro, Florida Stale ehair-
I Gilbert J. Balkin. Flor-
, i lor. Anti-Defamation
[ : li'nai B'rith.
. Joining in a public statement,
L An -Defamation League of
I th, the American Jewish i
; Jewish War Veterans '
|] Jewish Labor Committee
tie march on the capital
j i crusade contrived by
L nmunists and their sym-
fc- in misguide and de-
>.. nericans who genuinely
[ democratic peace in the
g^BBfltfcllaEftfiaf?
Kloin Announces
Candidacy For
Re-Eleetton
Miami Beach City Councilman
Maurice (Doc) Klein formally
announced this week he will be a
candidate for re-election in June
The city," he said, "is entering
a period where sound, well-
PAGE 11 B
i
i irged that the Ameri-
Crusade was created
i "the exposed and dis-
( Partisans of Peace
bvi nl which circulated the
. kholm Peace Petition."
ide "parrots the Com-
11 its demands thai the
aw its forces from
givi recognition to
China and that the
SI Ites relinquish its
ii atomic weapons .
in its program to
Western Europe
threat of Soviet ag-
in, the four agencies said.
Girls' Softball League
Starts Practice Games
A six-team Miami Jewish
Community Center second annual
girls Softball intramural house
league will open with practice
games at Shenandoah Park on
Sunday morning. April 15. at 10
withTri Beta vs. TAO. at 11 a.m.
OVA. vs. B.Z.B. and at noon,
Pin Sig vs. Hillel.
Games will be played i ach
Sunday morning at Shenandoah
Park and Ihe double round robin
series of games is scheduled
through the spring.
Maurice "Doc" Klein
planned municipal direction will
be required for continued growth
Without too burdensome taxation.
I believe my lour years on the
council, during which we have
accomplished an exceptionally
broad expansion program, have
given me a thorough know
oi -Miami Beach's needs and qual-
ifies me to give valuable service
to my fellow citizens."
Klein long has been active in
civic affairs. He entered the
pharmacy business in his native
(New York after graduating from
Fordham University and serving
in World War I. In 1933 he cam-
to Miami Beach, where he opened
a drug store. He was an organizer
and first president of the Wash-
ington Avenue Merchants' As-
sociation.
At present. Klein is chief war-
den for the Dade County Defense
Council, with the organization of
some 10.900 block and area work-
ers under his direction. In the
last war he served in a similar
capacity for Miami Beach, win-
ning Army praise for maintaining
the best blackout on the Atlantic
coast.
He also is disaster relief chair-
man for Miami Beach and chair-
man of the Red Cross fund drive
for Miami Beach.
For more than a decade Klein
has been chairman of the Ameri-
canism committees of American
Legion Post 85 and the Miami
Beach Elks. In this capacity he
has conducted numerous educa-
tional campaigns. He is a past
commander of Post 85 and of Post
178, Jewish War Veterans. He
also is a past state commander
of the JWV.
The candidate is vice president
of Congregation Beth Jacob and
a member of numerous civic and
fraternal groups, including the
Hebrew Academy, National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
Zionists. Hibiscus Lodge of
Masons, B'nai B'rith. Knights of
Pythias. Civic League and
YMHA.
In his four years on the council.
Klein has missed only one meet-
ihhvs Women
|an Honor Fete*
innual donor luncheon
terhood of the Coral
ish Center is sched-
' Inesday, April 11,
I in the Pagoda Room
S ny Hotel.
ghlight if the afternoon will
v to be presented
lurdine's The store's fashion
1 Charlotte Lucky,
c immentate.
^tcd to appear on the pro- '
Lillian Kraft, singer;
Ii i median; Robert
Ic. concert pianist.
V- Sam Silvei is chairman
I ent.
Ige Honored At Dinner
l< N Morris. Circuit Judge.
I I at a dinner given by
Temple Israel Men's Club
I night in Kaplan Hall.
Frankfurter Club and
1 D. Brandeis Club of
rsity of Miami Law
ve a special program.
py For Golden Agers
Friendship Club of
Jewish Community
ill hold a social meeting
April 8. at 2:39 p.m.
group of the club
nl two one-act plays,
Mrs. Fannie IVailman
Koses. The present-
llowed by dancing
>nts.
ing. and that on an occasion
When he was in the national capi-
tal on municipal business. Be-
cause of this record he has been
recognized as "one of the most
diligent council members."
Klein campaigned vigorously
and successfully for the bond is-
sues that provided Hie recently
completed storm sewer extension,
thereby furnishing drainage in
numerous city areas that were
plagued by flooded streets after
heavy rains. The new \\h,tewa\
system also is a result of Klein's
efforts to get out the bond vote.
He initiated the move whereby
the council leased concessions al
the two municipal golf courses
with the result the city now ob-
tains $30,000 a year in new reve-
nue from this source. Throu
i ni in office he has insisted
on preserving the public's right of
to the beach at street ( nds
and across other city-owned
property. He sponsored the ordi-
nance designed to prevent crowd-
ing m night clubs and restaurants
in a move to prevent endangei ing
the public in event of tire
26th Anniversary
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Featuring
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Famous Yiddish Humorist
April 11th, 12:15 P.M.
at LINCOLN MANOR,
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Tariff 11.58 Per Plate
(Incl, Tip)
Pl'BMC INVITED
Sponsored by
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Zionist IHl *.
Simon Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Henry
Simon, formerly of 3244 S.W. 3rd
St.. will tak< place on Sunday.
April 8. at 1 p.m. at Mount Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. Mr. Simon is
survived by his wife. Annie: a
son, Samuel: a daughter. Mrs.
Lee Siegel; and two sisters. Mr.
Simon was a member of the In-
ternational Ladies Garment
Workers Union. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends "are asked to be
present.
Drasner Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late .lark
Drasner. formerly of 971 S.W.
3rd St.. will take place Sunday!
April 8. at 3 p.m. at Mount Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April
officiating. Dr. Drasner is sur-
vived by his wife, Anne: his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Drasner; one daughter, Michelle;
one brother and one sistei. Ai -
rangements are in charge oi
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Relatives and friends are re-
quested to attend.
TIDES
ON TH! OCEAN AT )2th ST.
Limited
Reservations Still It)
Available For '
Passover Week / /
Finest Kosher \, j
Cuisine y
Kaxhruth Strictly Ob- i
I The 11 lit- l>< .mi y '"'
. and traclllIon of the i ,
\ '"in v. il I be pon- -\
1 d noted by the well- V
| i< n '" n < 'antor NouIm i > i
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Early
Reservations
Suggested
Teleohone
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Last shipping date Tues., April 17You may phone or wire
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Telephone 2-6875
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1 lb. Butter
2 lbs. Sugar
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Vegetable Fat
2 lbs. Dried Fruit
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1 lb. Butter
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Jewishfhrk/iar
^DAY.APRae,
Blake
Gables Candidate
Raps Garbage Tax
Coral Gables city commission
candidate Thomas J. Blake today
quoted facts and figures to sup-
port his argument that the muni-
cipal garb 'an b< n pealed.
Making h
: ir politi-
cal office. Blake
has I the
only issue in I
quiet
gn w i t h
: x
-
gar-
leparl
in-

popula-
n
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: n trim
than ei I l
care : -


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"I think
n i n i ur city i m."
Blak
al G the p ills n
Tui ; ; pull level IA, I
that the' are put-

tchdog iver the i itj
ury, and who will d
utmost to run our city with the
same efficiency thai peopli
come I m .1 priv '
owned -'
Blakr .- p i sidenl ol Fidelity
Title Co.. with offices in the Cor-
al Gabli s F rsl N itional Bank
the L -: i Bldg., in
.Miami.
7K- COHfWS
SAY .T'JLIE. HOW A30UT)
Vflf G hlOOPJX FPOVN]"-
ihcl :::. school tc
)r' CiONG 10 THc / '. c-.

Causeway Not Included
In Bond Issue, Pallot Says
Sisterhood Will Hold
Annual Spring Luncheon
Sisterhood of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
unual spring lunch-
-, Wednesday, April 11. at
1 p. m. at the synagogue.
Hostess for this event will be
M< sdames Beckie Becker, Max
Newberger, Helen Waranch and
Shirley S;
Pi iceeds are earmarked for the
building fund.
P
of
C tention to
y" is
" '
ting. Pallot u
i
listinctly not ii
the boi
P t is presidcnl ft
B Area T. \-
charti
I tli necks
ffic probl
"Ir.'.
!' fntil 1
xperts deteri '
vi the!
|y n i
.: that
i" this r as in, it is
. led ii bond iss
1U ceived by the n re-
cently was a special letter from
Alfred A. McKethan, chairman
of the State R iad t> partment of
Florid:: McKethan revealed that
tate's official traffic survey
has not yet been completed and
is :. v entering its second phase.
"Until this is complete and
thoroughly analyzed," wrote Mc-
Kethan to the North Bay group.
"we will not be in position to
know the location nor the nature
of the improvements to be made.
There is every present indication
for the need of an additional
ing between the beach and
the mainland, and the result of
this survey should, among other
ways, determine the best location
for such a crossing."
Looking on as Circuit Judge Vincent C Giblin signs the charter of the Good Government Leigel
are '1. to r.t Milton E. Grusmark. Mrs. Theodore Arvan, Mrs. Glen Adams. Mr. Adams. Mrs. K'\
Diefendorfer and Charles Silver, president of the group. _______________ _____
AJC Board To Meet
A board meeting of the Miami
Chapter American Jewish Con-
will be held Wednesday.
April 11, at 1 p.m. at the home of
Mrs A. Kasow, 2100 S.W. 21st
St.. it is announced by Mrs. Ruth
Hertz, president.
TRUER
TO FORM
Mizrachi Card Party
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a Youth Aliyah card
party on Sunday, April 8. at 8
p.m." at the Beth El Center. All
(is are earmarked for the
orphan children in Camp Ren-
nana, Israel.
Mrs. Lena Zimmerman, chair-
man, is donating all the refresh-
ments.
Tune in
"Jewish Forum
On The Air-
station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
v^ttax\o
Passover Services
And Dinner
April 20th & 21st
Choir, eight outstanding voices, conducted by
Mr. Ben Yomen
Margaret Ben Yomen, Organist
Services conducted by Cantor Nathaniel Sprinzer,
Canter and Leading Tenor of the New York Civic
Opera Company
The BLUE ROOM
Reservations 58-7881
The 194>hi 8IO On the Ocean at 17th Street
Tariff: $12.00 first night
8.00 second night
18.00 two nights
s,
Simon Seiden
Brake i: i and Front-End AlignmentBody ReP"1 ,! '
Clutches, Ignition, Electric & Acetylene Welding
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Upholstery end Seat Covers
Free Pick-Up and Delivery Wrecker Service
Phonei 8-8244, 1-6651 '' s W' "th ?-
NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM
' ONLY N
FUTURITY
TRACK
IN FLA. /
115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W 7th Aves
Th o The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH .
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater M-"-
Jewish Federation
1. To buy on^in stores where the sign ol the GfeaterMiomi Vaad Hakashruth n "
is displayed;
2. And to buy _only chickens with the ring ol the G.M.V H. H 1 0 J as this is onlT
..dentmcauon-wSch proves ** G.M.V.H. endorse, the Shochet;
^rn1.^.V^S^;nT?^^- ""- **- "**" "Jewish s,y,e
For Further In L..Z d-fln,lrt* d n ka.hruth.
818 fiSSn. AvTnuen CaCtI' *- Call Our Director. Rabbi
Harry Slrldn, Pre,. H. Sootin. Secy.
" o
Telephone
S. LobL Tr*^


IfRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1951
+Je*ist) fhrihir
Zionist .Luncheon
'To Hear Goldstein
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Iclub will meet Wednesday, April
11, at 12:15 p. m. at the Lincoln
iManor. to hear Abe Goldstein,
pllu. Yiddish humorist of the
iSoutth," who will headline an
Igll-Yidilish program, according
|to Harold Shapiro, chairman and
joastmaster.
Goldstein, a vice president of
..,. /: mist Organization of Amer-
ica, will arrive here from Sara-
Isota. Fla., for this speaking en-
i i nt. He is a long-time
jiember of the executive of the
ZOA. He is a resident of Hart-
ford, Conn., and winters in Sara-
lota.
Jacob C. Fishman will lead
Community singing and Charles
Lee will present the Israel
Rews Forecast.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments arc Daniel M. Broad, Paul
Ksman, Cantor Samuel Kele-
Eer, Sam Prosterman and Irving
fchatzman.
borden Company Spends
(6,550,445 In Florida

I The B u'cien Company spent $6,-
B0.44j in Florida during 1950,
1 was revealed here today.
IE. F. White, manager of the
|>rden's Dairy pointed out that
. total represented the money
\u\ to farmers for milk and oth-
supplies, to employees in pay-
Jl checks and to state and mu-
|cipal governments for taxes
I assessments.
In addition. White said there
Ire 894 Borden stockholders in
te Of Florida who shared
I its 1950 dividends. The aver-
Borden stockholder owns 84
res, White said, and dividends
I- 10 were paid in 1950.
PAHF. 3 A
PAGE 13 B
A BMk^f; A P ?enatr Geore Smathers (right) to Shaker
A Shikany. candidate for the Coral Gables City Commission in
the election next Tuesday, as Smathers boaraed a plane for
fh!Sron,!i I,1" S hUu"ed Visit here" shika"Y was chairman of
the Coral Gables Smathers Committee during the senatorial cam-
paign last year.
BBG Unit Slates Dance
B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter 14
will present a "Gaeties Dance" on
Saturday, April 7, at the Beach
Y at 8:30 p.m.
Main event of the evening will
be the unveiling of "The Thing."
Co-chairrrten of the event are
Susie Korshak and Enid Pallant.
OHITUAKIES
r! '
JOSEPH BIALIS
s.w. nh St., passed away
Hi- came here five > ears
ind where he .i- .
ni He leaves his trite,
iur, of Cleveland; a
Rleanor Zlegler, Ml.
Flyman, -f Cleveland;
Ire. Dora Welnsteln,
Iberc, Cleveland, and
>er, .- an I ilego. Bei v-
i icted i Gordon
. rin. in followed
I' Xebo.
MOSES SHAPS
a8l 7 months
i paaaed :i m ay
Hi lie the cleaning
Service* were
Funeral Chapel
1 Max Shapiro. Interim nl
Mi \'( bo i 'emetery.
ILLIAM HOWARD PROVDA
N i: -'-in St.. passed
April j. ii,. u.i- ,, visitor from
ni had been here for
Hi leaves his Wife, Nan;
in. two daughters,; a
Harold; ami a slater, Mrs
Albany. The remains
Schenectady for services
Cordon Funeral Home.
MRS. DOROTHY LEIMAN
Ku< lid Ave paaaed away
- hospital on March tt. She
seven j. ai s. ago, and is
three sisters, Miss Katie
Mrs. Helen Burns, .Mrs
three brothers, David,
anil Jacob FYledberg. Th.- re-
' .....m t.i New Y.uk City
'{'" and Interment by River-
' I'hapel, Miami lleach.
SIDNEY FEIFFER
59, <.r 1492 Lincoln Terr., died In a
beach hospital March 31. He was the
owner >! a Lincoln Road nift shop
and '.mil. here 15 years ago irom \i-
lantlc City. He leaves his widow,
Mildred; one a..... Albert M.i two
brothers, Adolph and Dave; and one
sister, Mrs. Frances Morris. Services
were conducted in the Riverside
Memorial Chanel, Miami Beach, by
Rabbi Irving L^hrman. Interment Iook
I. air m Ml X..lu,
SAMUEL A. FRIEDMAN
85, ..f 8135 B.W. till si passed
away March 27 In a local hospital. He
was the owner of n rooming house
and lived here f..r 20 years. He leaves
his wife, Alice; three sons, Hyman,
Morris and Benjamin; one daughter,
Mrs. Sarah Swimmer. Services were
conducted In '.'The Miami Riverside"
|bj Rabbi Murray Urauer with Inter-
ment taking place In Mi Sinai.
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fort Jervli, N. Y. Eil. 1919
saooaissivi iducahonai,
MON-COMMfftCMl CAM'S
Land ind watir iporis. itsihttic ictivi-
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and dietary laws observed; Jewish cul-
tural influences; icparaie age groups.
Ideal Summer Camps
for Jewish Boys and Girls
Rates $393.
Send for descriptive booklet PL
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ELSA RUBINSTEIN
I". of 16M Jackson St., Hollywood,
passed awaj In .i local hospital, Man h
2s. Hhf leaves a cousin, Mrs. Klsi.-
Qerson. Services were conducted In
"The Miami Riverside" bj Rabbi
Murray Qrauer; interment followed In
Mi. Nebo.
MRS. LIBBIE BRODY
- Uarrield St.. Hollywood,
vlsltoi fnnn New JTork
this week. She leaves
two daughters, Miss
ly. Mrs. Frances Sals-
. two iirothera, Samuel and Isa-
lerk, two sisters, Mrs. Edith
Mrs. Bessie Caplan. Th.-
si hi to New York f..r
1 Interment by Riverside
apel, Miami Beach.
MAX ROTH
c-2. of v:il N.E. Msi St., passed
away In a local hospital March 29.
A resident for 7 years, Mr. Roth was
a retired baker. He leaves his wife,
Klslc; two brothers, Mark anil Julius;
six sisters, Helen, Nellie, Yi-itv. Mar-
garet, Jennie and Teresaa. Services
wi re lii-l by i>r ,i.*i|.ii Narot with burial In
Mt. Nebo.
ANNETTE BANDER
64. of 3.". N.W, :'-'".ih Court, paaaed
.away this week, Bhe Im survived by
her husband, David; two sons, Milton
land Raymond, The remains were senl
i tn Marathon, New fork, by "Tin- Mi-
ami Riverside."
MORRIS LEVENSON
Harrison SI Hollywood,
March 28 In a hospital.
were sent in New York
and Interment l .v
' Riverside."
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PAGE 14 B__________________
CuuiH'il *;<
ton B
tant,
on the Wi .-; Mi
[ to t tilled on Api il
ast-
Law School in 1935 and
practiced law there from 1037 to
1944 when he moved to Miami.
Third Seder Planned
: elite Cent
D i Stein Sisl
I i PTA. will
5ed
,i, 7:30 p.m. at thi
Char! Fidelman is cha
m are
I
Jacobs Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the m< inory of the late
B j |y of 534 N \\
: St.. will take place Sunday,
April 8. al 2 p.m. in Mi. Sinai
.try with Cantor Rudolph
Brill rg. Mr- Jacobs is
survivi i by his wife, Bella, and
two son.-. Morris and Alex. Ar-

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22 Christian Leaders To
Studv Israel Problems
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BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES
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VICTOR HOTEL
TRADITIONAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SEDER SERVICE

Conducted by Waldman Family
and Cantor Berkowitz
In Air Conditioned Dining Room
Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservat*"S Accepted Now
CALL 5-0041
On the Ocean at 12th Street Miami Beach
SHAKER A.
SHIKANY
for l In*
CORAL GABLES
CITY COMMISSION
#"#ioo* I Man
Wlia is Knou-n For His
Tolerance
Ability
Integrity
Experience
One of the leading exponents in South Florida of Ss
co-operation between all religious groups, he is supped
by representative citizens of all Faiths.
_B __________ljj-b- mil ~"m
Here's What He Believes In:
2)
3)
4)
5)
S)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
Finn continuation of a city administral
P 'HI i
sine; maintenance of the "Coral Gables T
Absolutely resisting consolidation in any t.
All assist the National I),I'm I P
Adequate measures to meet our own 1"
probli
Posith -open tion between all religi
Full co-ordinati in with civic, business and |
ups' i ill
n of parking facilities to improve i*a

A I [e city beautification program.
Fair p< nsi >ns for city employees in line with munio-
pal income.
Development of a first-rate Coral Gables
Beautification of the F.E.C. Dixie H
of- ay,
CORAL GABLES VOTERS
On April 10th
Do Yopir City A Favor
Pull Lever 8-A
SHAKER A.
SHIKANY
(The Commitf Fur Shaker A. Shikany)
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ffflDAY. APRIL 6, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
*JmMi mrSdgain
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I iv TIIK CIRCUIT COURT (>! THE
I i \ KNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
()l< | ... iftll 'A, IN ANII 1 IR | lADK
,;,i\,V IN CHANCERY, No.
KARL BENJAMIN, Plain-
JEAN BENJAMIN, De-
IT TOR DIVORCE
I BENJAMIN
Avenue
p. n New Yt.i k
:. by notified thai a Bill
I. ror i lvon has been
I you, and you are re-
>. cop) ..f >our Answer
to the Bill of Complaint
Attorney CHERTKl >F
l.\Xl' K.M.lsli. 107-08 Olympio Build-
Florida and file the
*..... Pleading in the
, Clerk of the Circuit
I in before the 16 flay of
iv If you fall to do so, Judg-
fuull will be taken agalnsl
relief demanded in the
j plaint.
hall be published once
for four consecutive weeks
ivlsh Plorldlan.
VND ORDERED nl Miami,
ii da) of March, A.D.
B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'ourt, Dade County, Florida
i 'mirt Seal)
By VVM. \Y. STOCKING,
Deput) Clerk.
Ill '! AND KALISH
lii Building
ula
for Plaintiff
. i t;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE AME LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
IV Tin"C,lTO CREDITORS
i7 !'v '" NTV JUDGE'S COURT
M-in I POR DADE COUNTY,
"'DA. IN PHOBATE, No!
In It, ESTATE OP
ANTHONY MASS A
_ Deceased
T
'"in.ms :iI1.i aii Persona Hav.
': Oi m......a Against Said
oi you, are I
notice to rocnirnn. m.iiii i '"" '"' "i you, are he
rn He. ESTATE OP ',.' "',' &1' "! l""1- County, Florida.
ALEX jay ROSE Judge .". S'/' ,:l"""'. County
...... '' '""" .""I file the
,. office m the County
County, Florida,
V";", el5h calendar months from
the date the first publication hereof,
"aid claims or d. mands to ...main
LEGAL NOTICE
.".'.'v ;;:,:;;:.' /
claims and demands which
nioiit ha
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
\'! il JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I I HtlDA, IN ANI P FOR l> \I>K
n IN CHANCERY, No,
M VNTECON, Plaintiff, va
I \ MANTECt >N, I'. fendant
i i \ MANTEi'( IN
M In 81
inn< rtl<
hi bj ..i il. i ed and re-
. n copj of j our answer
'omplainl foi i H\
d herewith,
attot nej. and file the
office of the Clerk .if
Co irl -I Dnili I 'ounty,
the 13th da
rwlse Ih.
will be taken aa i

h 13, I97.1,
F. B, LEATHERM \X.
i the Cli
,ii Seal)
VVM. \V. ST( li 'Kl SO,
Deputy i
HAND
I'lalntlff
Building
i.la
In- date of the flrsl ,......icatlon
.' claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the clalmanl
aim to be sworn to and preset I
a're Date March 16th, a p. 1951
. BERTHA I.. ROSE,
All Administratrix of the Estate of
uii ., v Jaj ..?"* Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. I |fl .
v .' for Administratrix
.". 23-30 6-13
' legal address ,.f ti. clalmanl and
sworn to and presented as
aame will ) barred, s, o
Action 120 of the 1933 Probate Acl
i tato Man h loth, A.D. 1951
. ,. MARIE MASSA,
Aa Exei utrlx of the Last W ill and
Testimenl of ANTHONY HASSA,
\M EKS HEIMAN A KAPLAN
'; Sl l'"'1 BldB Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executrix
I I 6-13
...'"' 11: I IT COURT OF TIM-
BLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rorvfY,1DA'.bN AX" toRdade
l78LTr 'X CHA*CERY, No.
"i'-'Cvv-^1 l:"s,:' Plaintiff, vs.
''A N N'>.','. '' l:"SK' defendant.
i-,,. ,-, SH'.T, '"l: DIVORCE
PI FANNING C ROSE
-. I., -in.x Terrace
u esi Orange, N. .1
You .,,, herebj notified thai n
' of Complain! for Divorce has
LEGAL NOTICE
!.....'"''"' ind y
;V>U '. '' Pleading ... the BUI of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys
Silver, Tatham, Abdo &
VI in
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iv 8SX'?!!. BY PUBLICATION
INI HE 'IRl IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cll
N VND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
Ull.1-1 am li DARROW, Pla
ALII I. JENNINGS DARRi >\V, De-
fends
YOU, ALICE JENNINGS DARROW
Ni York, an
np> of your an
1,111 "' lliVOtTO ..|| the
. Da\ id VV vV
yne H i .:. Miami, i
""' fjl' thi
thi I rk of lin i h. nil Courl
before the 16 da) of April, 1951,

enteri d against you.
Dated this 15 da; Mar, h, 1931.
K H LE \"i IIERMAN,
of the Cln
Courl
B} VVM. VV. STOCKING
6-13 DepUt; '"Wk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ME LAW
IEREBY GIVEN that
di s!i ng to eng
the fictitious name oi
at 1611 Pi nnsj i\ anla
\u Rch, ntend t< register
with thi < i k of the
f ml i lorida.
CHARLES iBEL
DREP I'REEMAN
t
t|i anta
.
JOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
i I ilesli ing '.....;
1 the ii. i in.ins name "f
Company at 138 x.w.
iti. Florida, intends to
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County,
STANLEY FELDMAN,
| i,i n. i-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
REHV ilVEN thai

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1 I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FIX1RIDA. IN CHANCERY, \
1393*6,
DOMENICK LOGANA, Plaintiff,' va
STELLA l.inlANA, Defendant.
You, STELLA LOGANA, 110
Oiminskl Drive, Syracuse, New Fork,
are required to serve a copy of your
to the Bill of Compla i
divorce mi plaintiffs attornev,
HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
"i.....Iglnal in the office of the i
of this Court on or before April 9,
1951, otherwise a l.....ree Pro Co
will be entered against you,
DATED Man h 9, 1951. '
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By B. II. RICE, .ii: .
Deputy Clerk,
3/16-23-80 I 6
>CR FICTITIOUS
AME LAW
III REBY GIVEN
I > \'.
i
VN LE1SEN,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
U'l'lJ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FUtRIDA IN AND I I III DADE
COUNTY', IN CHANCERY, Case
No 139440.
MADELEINE BLOMMAERT,
vs, CHRISTOPHER P.
BLi i\l\' VERT, Deft n hint.
Ti i: ., i' Bl IS3
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NOTICE BY PUDLICA
I IN Til
'. i
,v ^.r007106^ T0 CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY .III >: (: s COURT
IN AM) I'm: DADE COUNTY
JRIDA. IN PROBATE, So.
in Ri ESTATE I IF
la dls R( ISENBLAT'P.
I.....- d.
' redltors and All Persona Hav-
ing ( lalma or Demands Against Said
. late:
You, ami eai li :' you, are hereby
d required to presenl any
and demands which \.. i, oi
f } ou, may ; dm the
I.I ll'IS Ri ISENULATT, de-
i' li mty, Fk>rlila,
:l W 1'. BLANTON,
Judge nl Dade County, and file the
in the County
e In Ii idi Count I
.
preol
nnda to
(IdresH of the claimant and
norn to
irred. See Bee-
tle Act.
1 ''' -1.' 21, A. 11. 1951.
MILTON LUROS
ESTELLE HEILMAN
A or i i the Last W
and Ti ., mi lit of L> IL'IS Rl 'SEN -
Id.ATT. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
ni : h for Executors
i G-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND TOR DADE C< dN V.
i 'R1DA. IN PROBATE, No,
-
In Ri ; ESTATE OF
NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN, also
known aa NAT BRAUNSTEIN,
i'-, ased.
To \ ; i 'redltora and All Persona I lav-
ing Claims or Demands Against I
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
and required t.. present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate "f Nathan BRAUNSTEIN,
also known as NAT BRAUNSTEIN,
deceased, late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. I- BLANTON,
County .IiiiIk,. of bade County, and
file the same in Ids office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Floi Ida, ii hln Ighl i nli ndar monl hs
from the date -.f the first publication
hereof, Said rlaima or demanda to
^ .il address of the
m and in be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
barred. Sei Si tl n 120 of the
Pall
J*Ulloy. Iln.-I.iham Ru
.'"'V1'' '..... '' the original Am,..
he ch?.,? ;'-"ffi'.....r the Clerk
' in. ( licult ( ourt mi oi before the
Mthi day of April, 1951. if ^n fall
, ,,1',' Judgmei bj default wlU
, '! Paln8l you for the relief
'''.''l'.'"1'" '" the Bi..... c........alnt.
cnch'weeU f.6 ?:'" '" '.....IM""' '""'
S, '.......ir '"us, cutivi weeks
n Thi Jewl h Florldlan
c,DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Plorlda, thi. 26 da] of March! -\ J
. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
,,,",';;',"'.' """ ":"1" County, Florida.
11 II. III! Courl S, all
By W.M. w. STOCKING
: 6-18-20 '"'""y Clerk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN I'lli: CIRCI.'IT COURT OF THE
liTIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
1 1'ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
No. IMR74 'X C"ANCERY
s\! V'A 'V'f? MSSES Plalnl I
IIAIInl ,li I ISSFS i .. i.....i....,
TO: HAROLD LISSES, 1383 Darby
14.. \l
; "'- Island. New York;
' "'I ai. required lo si n a .
!'! :', Ml' hi"
I -I
Vrnold VV
,,,",| ', I'.....Igin
r
Dated ilii March 29th. 1951
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Cl i
" Ircull Cfiurl Seal)
By w M w
' 13-20-27
s i'i ICK1"
Deptlt) '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF '
-LEVENTH JUDICIAL '11
IN 'I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
....... NAME LAW
NOTICE, ,s HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ngage In
xxvl^MmT,!!1: ri',;""
79th St,' S ;'' -"':; N' "'"''
'.'' -aid nan., with the Clerk
II Court of Dade County"
MARK SILVERSTEIN3 *?B
Applicant
I-" l. ncoin Road
Bi h, 1
I) 30 I 6-13-20
;.'' ,.'':;.'I:;|,A [>' AN'" Hill r>AI E
'|:';I.NI V IN CHANCERY
IIKII.A COHEN, Plaintiff, vs.
Kl [1IJNE COHEN, Defendant
o: EUGENE COHEN,
in- -,N^TICE BV PUBLICATION
'N I III. CIRCUIT COURT nl-' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR( "|T
OKKLiimiDA, IX AND M ,,: |,ADE
I > IN CHANCERY, No.
EVA HORAK kvi:
HoRAlv, Plaintiff, is. VLADI-
M Ml: HORAK. Defi ml I
T< i: VLAD1MAIR Hi IR VK
co Slska, lis East i 11 -,
^ oik 21 .\. h York.
,'" quired en cj
[ >' i C mi'-
e on l
e l
of the Cli
' in ..n ... befii ||
othi rwlse,
; of i 'omplnlnt for 11
fih >1 hi : will In taki n

I'ai. d al Mian i tila the
-' daj 01 Ma ch. 1931.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of ttai Cli
* Dade County, Florida,
lit Court Si
Bj : VVM. VV. STl CKING
MILTON A FRlEDMAN?*,UtJ Ctork
ail.in... f,n p| ilntlff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
3 30 I 6-13-20
12 Powell Street
l h ookl) n, New York
equiri .1 to sei vi a
nwer to the BUI
rr Divorce on the plalnl
and tO fill
nnswrei office of the Clei
tin- Circuit Courl on bi I i
of April A D, 1951; oth
thi Bill of Complaint foi DI
heretofi herein, will In
' .i hy vou,
1 it Miami, Florida, th
L':i da ol Mai ch, 1951
E i: LEATHERMAN.
' k of the Cln
l 'ad.- i mntj. Floi Ida.
1 Seal)
l- VVM. VV. STOCK I?
MILTl IN A FRIEDMAN.' '

I
20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOL'
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

: I'ackni
X.W, l-i Stn VI
thi '
" the I
I
, CIVIC BAR INC,
MV ERS. HEIMAN AND KAPL
x...... Vpp i nit
65n Seyl
I
bate Ai i
i ti March 21, A.D 1931.
ANNE BRA i NSTEIN,
\- A-! I
NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN
a n a.- NAT BR '. I NSTE1N,
n. .
' M n >N E
VII for J
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH .1 I I i|i 'I AI. i| Rl 'I IT |\ \ x j
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'' 'Thi: IS HEREBY GIVEN I
I, ill
' -
i I : IV i
- W -; \:
'i name in...... < .
II' "'' l m i. 'ounl I-'
LEl INARI) BERNSTEI
Soli iu tier
MYERS. HEIMAN VND KAPLAN
VI \ ii
: I Rldg.
20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the and, r ilgni d. deslt Ina to ngagi In
FOR DADE i'i H'NTY, I la d:i|i\
IN CHANCERY, No. 139339
HAROLD B SPAET, Trustee, Plain-
tiff, vs. HELENE SWIFT, not
known tn be dead or alive THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES, CREDITORS
OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
Ad VINKT HELENE S III', AND
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS DE-
VISEES. GR VNTEES IR M.I.
I'ERSi INS HAVING I II! CLAIMING
VNY INTEREST IN I'HK POL-
i.i .\\ '.\i; | .i;s. RIBEI. 1. \ XI IS
BI I) s AMOCO SERVICE
N. VV 27th \i i mm. Miami. I
I'll.: Ida. mi,mis to i,
the Clerk nl
!' id.. Count K
...... CHARLES H BURLEIG
JOSEPH II .; VNZ
v for i "hai li S B irleigh
19 IN 111 if COR VI.
.ES, SECTION I. VC-
I'l iRDINi : '.'. i Till VT THERE-
: PLAT
1
T" TI VBOVE
Dal
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1 leput} Cli
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VI.I. lv T1IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN I'll JUDR'I VI. ill:
' 'I I'I.' IRIDA IX .V XI i | ir |y
COUNTY". IN CHANCERY
:
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jawish Floridicm so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
Patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
tegal rates. Phone 2-1141
or messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni Y GIVEN thai
the unit*
'v [DADE
. n l.i -a a: i

ELIZABETH
Tii. i.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Elizabeth M
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V LI I KG f IS S
the i Ci ol l '.ni. i'
d
ALBERT CHISLING
'
ABE ARl INOVITZ
Interest
VI : iNl 'VI rZ .\ VRi INOVITZ
\ Properties
.: 23-30 i : i :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl IT ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undi n Igni d,
business nn.l. i the flctltl
i.. x Laundr> I
a) 69S s Drive, Miami 8]
(Cnd to ret > nai
Dadi
RICHARD WBISSI
SA dill. OREENE
Vnsi
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taken
i d in the Bll of C ; .iii.
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H eek fur fi
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|M)NE AND ORDERED I
i t day of March, A I >.
1951.
E B LEATHER!! VN, Clerk,
i
i Court Seal)
Bj R ii RICE, .n: .
Dep II I
II VRRY A G< iRDON
. I.in. oln Road
i h, Fla.
I :
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Lot 19, in I,:. ', 2(
th,. plat
at r Public

0 day of M
E B LEATHERMAN,
rk of the C nil i
i iade i "ounty, Fl irlda.
Courl
By V\M. w. STOCKING,
I '. ;, .
IN, IK V R SPAET
for the P ilntlff
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THI
IN VND FOR DADE COU:
ID \. IX PRol
ESTATE OF
JAi ( Hi BELSK > .
ml \ : P, b. ||
I a ma i i
... h of j ou, I
'
claims ami di m indt
either i ive agali
estate o' JACOB BELSKY, dei
VI Bi I Mil.- i 'ounl
i Hon \s i- Bla
County Judge of Dade Countv,
irthouse In Dadi Co
elghl
of the ii! publl
i < Si ms .. deman
ttlTUN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
I* N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI it. FLA.
POKES & FRI8HMAN
Attol m \
il'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/30 4/6-13-20
SASTI IN
Part ners
Ml ERK, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorne) s
Seybold Building
3/30 4/6-13-20
.1.
1" SILVER, TATHAM,
Aid" & Mil.i.nv
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Belsky, deeeaaed,
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