The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MeMNUMBER 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
l>;
I^K; throughout the nation,
v mark the third anni-
i,{ the establishment of
Kith a giant mass rally at
K Beach Municipal Audi-
Kn May 10.
speaker and guest of
i! bo Mrs. Golda Myer-
ael's Minister of Labor
t to Premier Ben Gurion
...lent Chaim Weizmann,
Ipular and best known of
ollicials. Mrs. Myerson
cfk in behalf of the
000 Israel Independence
Jve which gets underway
1.
[Israeli stateswoman wa3
the first to advocate a
oi as a means of stab-
ec momy of the young
nation.
community is indeed for-
to have as dynamic a
as Mrs. Myerson," said
S Malakoff, Greater Mi-
i To Mark Israel Anniversary
ant Mass Rally May 10th
l with other Jewish com- ami manager of the American
Financial and Development Cor-
poration, which is handling the
bond flotation.
Mrs. Myerson will arrive from
Washington by Eastern Air Lines
on May 10 at 1:25 p.m. She will
be met at the air field by a
delegation consisting of mayors
of Miami, Miami Beach, Coral
Gables, Hialeah and other ad-
jacent communities, as well as
top leaders in the Jewish com-
munity and an honor escort of
rabbis. The welcome committee
will also be composed of repre-
sentatives from West Palm Beach.
Ft. Lauderdale. Hollywood and
Key West.
During her stay, Mrs. Myerson
will be a guest at the Saxony
Hotel, which will fly the official
flag of Israel in her honor. Mrs.
Myerson will hold a press con-
ference at 4 p.m. May 10 and a
luncheon is being planned for
her on the following day.
While plans for the rally are
still in the blueprint stage, ac-
cording to Malakoff, they include
the showing of the 20-minute
Technicolor documentary on Is-
rael, "Land of Promise," as a
curtain raiser. Produced by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer and filmed by
Miami Beach cameraman, Walter
Resce, the film has been highly
acclaimed wherever it has been
exhibited.
Also on the tentative agenda
are Israeli selections by the new-
ly organized Greater Miami Can-
tors Association Choir.
Greater Miami rabbis met at
the bond drive office at 1703
Congress Building this week to
complete plans for their partici-
pation in the campaign. The
group agreed to make special
appeals in behalf of the bond
issue on the seventh and eighth
days of Passover.
On Monday, April 30, repre-
sentatives of the women's organ-
izations in Greater Miami will
meet to formulate plans for their
part in the campaign.
Serving on the campaign ex-
ecutive committee, which is still
being formed, are Dr. Morris
c-presidentoftheBnai l^'^chmS Sam Friedland,
Harry Simonhoff, Herbert E.
Scher, Joseph M. Rose, William
D. Singer and Leonard Barr.
[Establishes
Jsh Library
1ESVILLE The estab-
nt of a Jewish Memorial
at the University of Flor-
i announced this week by
fcnt J. Hillis Miller.
. library, consisting of a
|on of literature on Jewish
, culture, music and law,
housed in the university
brding to Stanley West,
pity librarian, all books
lata in the collection will
: bookplate designating that
iok is a part of the me-
I, which is being sponsored
State Federation of B'nai
I and is established as a me-
to Jewish alumni of the
k-sity.
ley to support the memorial
be given by the various
B'rith Lodges, throughout
late including the Jackson-
Jewish Community Council.
iuel Proctor, university
nor of history, is chairman
le state-wide committee in
je of the memorial. He is re-
AeJC Presents
Wise Awards
NEW YORK, (JTA)Israel's
Ambassador Abba Eban, Dr.
Raphael Lemkin, the American
Association for Jewish Education
and the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored
People were the recipients last
week of the Stephen S. Wise
awards for distinguished service
at the annual dinner of the
American Jewish Congress spon-
sored in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal. Principal speak- ,
ers at the dinner included the.
Marchioness of Reading, Rabbi i
Irving Miller, Michael S. Stavit-
sky and others.
The awardsilluminated scrolls '
and checks for $1,000 to each of
the winnerswere established by
the American Jewish Congress in
1949. They were presented by
Rabbi Philip Bernstein to: Am-
bassador Eban "for helping to
develop mutual and sympathetic
understanding between Israel
and the United States; Dr. Lem-
kin for his efforts in the struggle
to make genocide an internation-
al crime; the AAJE "for the ad-
vancement of Jewish education
and culture;" the NAACP for
"advancing the civil rights of all
Americans."
Israel Submits Additional Charges
Against Syria To UN Armistice Unit
^Oliver Twist"
To Be Released
-.plate for the memo-
as designed by Tove Ne-
ar, art student here, who
. her work on the candela-
Df B'nai B'rith which signi-
"th( light of knowledge and
\" The design carries out the
il colon of blue and white
pears the words "Jewish Me-
al Library."
Stassen Calls For
U.S. Aid To Israel
PHILADELPHIA (AJP)
Harold E. Stassen, Republican
party presidential aspirant, told
the American Jewish Press this
week in an exclusive statement
that his visit to Israel had con-
vinced him that the Jewish state
would fight any Soviet aggres-
I on of ofifcers and annual jslon- tho
Tng of the Greater Miami I "Under these CBCUOfltoMM,the
Jsh Federation will be held I United States should grant.aid to
: iay, May 16, in the Bis- Israel on con.truc *e Prog, am
[deration Meet
it For May 16
NEW YORK (AJP)A last
hope that the controversial, al-
legedly anti-Semitic film "Oliver
Twist" rntght be shelved faded
this week with the disclosure
that sale of the Eagle Lion film
releasing agency did not affect
the J. Arthur Rank production's
nation-wide release scheduled
for this week.
A spokesman for United Artists,
which last week purchased the
Eagle Lion Company, denied a
published report by Columnist
Leonard Lyons that "Oliver
Twist" might be shelved. The
film's exhibition in the United
States has been the center of a
world-wide controversy. The Mo-
tion Picture Producers Associa-
tion recently granted the film a
seal of approval.
Disclosure that a New York
theatre had booked "Oliver
Twist" came in a full-page ad-
vertisement appearing this week
in a show trade magazine. No
Date was listed for the film's
appearance in this city which
holds the world's largest Jewish
population.
The American premier "Oliver
Twist" is scheduled for April 26
in Houston, Texas. The film's ex-
hibition in Germany two years
ago caused large-scale riots when
Polish DPs stormed the theatre
in protest and tangled with armed
police.
Israel May Absolve
Jews From Commitment
To Judaism, Rabbi Says
TEL AVIV, (JTA>A list of
new charges against Syriawere
submitted Sunday night by Israel
to Col. Bennet de Ridder, acting
chief of the United Nations truce
commission, with the request that
these complaints be included in
the agenda of the next meeting
of the Israeli-Syrian mixed arm-
istice commission. The charges
are:
1. Arab para-military forces
supported and commanded by
members of the Syrian regular
army have entered the Nuqeib
area, in the demilitarized bone,
and have been attacking for the
past two weeks all civilians nd
police in the vicinity.
2. During the last five days,
Syrian troops again attacked and
murdered Jews in the demili-
tarized zor.e, including one po-
liceman who was on a routine
police patrolsuch patrols hav-
ing been rent to Nuqeib almost
daily for many months.
3. Syria has recruited several
hundred Palestine Arab refugees
who are being trained and armed
by Syrian formations along the
Israeli border.
4. About 60 armed khaki-clad
Arabs entered last Friday and
Saturday a number of villages in
Israeli territory, violating the
provisions of the armistice
agreement.
5. Arab forces entering the de-
militarized zone in the Nuqeib
area from Syria have constructed
military position and fortifica-
tions inside and around the vil-
age of Nuqeib.
Israel authorities also lodged a
strong protest with the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
mission as a result of a new clash
between Israeli border patrols
and armed bands of Arabs. The
latest in a series of incidents took
place Saturday irv the Dahariya
Fields near here when an Israeli
border patrol drove off a group
of Arab shepherds grazing their
flocks. The shepherds later re-
turned accompanied by a large
r.rmed band of "national guards"
who were driven off in the en-
suing skirmish. The Israeli patrol
suffered no casualties.
Room of the Columbus
I, according to an announce-
by William D. Singer, pres-
embers of Federation and
will gather for dinner at
I> m. to review the commun-
nvities for the past year.
1 pointed out that this
meeting is the thirteenth,
'ticularly noteworthy because
P ties the coming of age of
ater Miami J Jewish corn-
central organization."
en Essen has been named
Irman of the event. Commit-
members include Herbert E.
ler, Mrs. Alexander Robbins,
Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. Irv-
Lehrman, Rabbi Leon Kron-
M. J. Kopelowitz, Louis
Hwartzman, Gilbert Balkin,
f Boxerman, Mrs. Louis Glas-
f. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Bham Capland, Albert Cama-
I. R Goodman, Mrs. Murry
Dssman and Max C. Gettinger.
of economic development for
mutual advantage and for service
to the future freedom of man-
kind." Stassen, now president of
the University of Pennsylvania,
told the AJP.
The statement was made short-
ly after bills were introduced in
both houses of Congress to pro-
Vide a grant-in-aid to Israel oi
$150,000,000.
Calling his trip "a truly ta-
spiring one." Stassen saluted the
extreme and evident determina-
tion of the people to make a suc-
cess of their new sovengnty oi
an ancient nation."
"Its people prize independent
freedom so much and are so
aware from first hand knowledge
of the oppressive nature of Com-
munist imperialism, that tney
will stand firm against any en-
deavour to make them subservi-
ent to Soviet domination, the
former Minnesota governor told
the AJP.
NEW YORK (AJP) Dr. Mor-
decai M. Kaplan, famous Jewish
scholar, said last week that there
was a danger that the eventual
impact of a re-born Israel would
be to leave most American Jews
absolved of any commitment to
Judaism.
D'-. Kaplan expressed that fear
in a talk at a city-wide dinner
given him in honor of his 70th
birthday at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel. .
More than 1.500 persons packed
the grand ballroom of the hotel
to pay honor to the founder oi
the Jewish Reconstructionist
movement.
"In a limited number of Amer-
ican Jews, Israel will no doubt
awaken and deepen their Jewish
consciousness but for the masses
of our people, Israel is liable to
become more and more of a for-
eign country to which they will
be grateful for having absolved
them of all commitment to Juda-
ism,," the scholar said.
CJA Pledges
Hit SI.1:10.000
With clean-up operations con-
tinuing, Samuel Friedland, chair-
man of the 1951 Combined Jewish
Appeal, announced that 6,250
pledges have been brought in for
a total of $1,130,000.
The clean-up division under
Stanley C. Myers has covered
106 of the 139 cards which were
assigned to it. The remaining
cards are in the hands of two or
three persons who are still work-
ing and reports should be forth-
coming in the near future.
Myers praised the work of his
committee members and ex-
pressed his appreciation to vol-
unteers.
A committee, headed by Aaron
Karyler and Fred K. Shochet, held
a meeting at Federation head-
quarters. This group is contact-
ing persons who contributed be-
tween $100 and $200 in 1950 cam-
paign but who have not yet par-
ticipated in this year's drive.
Benjamin Bernheim has cov-
ered more cards than any other
member of the unit. Closely fol-
lowing is R. Williams Apte.
The hotel unit has brought in
224 pledges for a total of $158,-
982 or 80 percent of its $200,000
quota.
The trade unit has raised To
percent of its quota with $624,000
from 1,934 contributors.
House Passes
Anti-Mask Bill
A bill outlawing the wearing of
masks or burning of crosses in
public in Florida was passed un-
animously and without debate by
the state House of Legislature
Tuesday.
Though the measure does not
specifically mention the Ku Klu*
Klan, it is clearly aimed at the
hooded organization.
The unmasking bill now goes
to the state Senate, which passed
similar legislation two years ago
only to see it die on the house
calendar when the legislature ad-
journed.
Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee,
grand dragon of the Southern
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan,
who has been fighting the bill,
asserted that he opposed only the
j provision of the bill which would
I prohibit wearing hoods. He said
1 his organization wanted to retain
j hoods which left the wearer's
face unobscured as part of its
I regalia.
Syria To Take Over
Lake Tiberias Shore
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
(JTA)Syria intends eventually
to take over the area along the
shore of Lake Tiberias which
Syrian troops occupied before the
Israel-Syrian armistice agreement
was signed, Faris el Khouri,
Syria's representative at the
United Nations, told an Ameri-
can radio audience Monday.
The Syrian diplomat charged,
in his nationwide broadcast, that
Israel was bent on expanding its
territory. He said that a map
hangs on the wall of the Israel
Parliament showing Israel terri-
tory as extending from the Nile
to the Euphrates, and declared
that this was an ancient Jewish
dream.
400 Expected At B'nai B'rith Conclave
At Casablanca Hotel This Weekend
Delegates from 21 Florida com-
munities will attend the 14th an-
nual convention of the Florida
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
at the Casablanca Hotel. Miami
Beach, April 28, 29 and 30. it has
been announced by Mrs. Robert
Baron, women's convention
chairman.
Approximately 400 persons
from B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Women's Chapters are expected
to attend the three-day conclave
scheduled to open Saturday eve-
ning, April 28, with preliminary
business sessions and a cocktail
party at the hotel.
Members of Emma Lazarus,
Business and Professional Wom-
en, will act as hostesses and as-
sist with registration, Mrs. Baron
has announced. The committee
will include Edyth Fleischer, Mae
Meyers, Deana Abrashkin, Vi-
vian Schiffer. Roslyn Lachmann,
Edith Simmons and Evelyn Mil-
ler.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kleinfeld
of St. Petersburg will arrive Sat-
urday to direct final plans for
the convention program. Klein-
feld, who is state president of
the Florida lodges, was recently
honored at a testimonial dinner
in St. Petersburg for "outstand-
ing accomplishment and leader-
ship in directing B'nai B'rith
service programs in the State of
Florida during 1951."
Cody Fowler of Tampa, presi-
dent of the American Bar As-
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man ol the day.
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show. sponsoi ed by the
Tri Beta Council, a teen-age girls
unit, will follow.
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tl rally in
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Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El will honor the mothers of
the congregation at a Mother's.
Day luncheon on Sunday. May 8.
at 1 p.m. at Dora August Memo-
rial Hall.
Chairman for the luncheon is
Sara Zisman. with Mrs.
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[APRIL 27. 1951
// Say...
fcnday, I was privileged to spend the eve-
circle, whose appreciation of things cul-
cond to no other group in our community,
intellectually sensitive to the literary
modern life, yet their orientation is an-
the Jewish past. They display a love for
that was characteristic of the old Talmeda
tin. a venfiration for knowledge inherited
Irs who earned the sobriquet Am Hasofer,
the Book.
same time, their attachment to Yiddish
; short of fanatical. To most English speak-
Yiddish is a vulgar jargon, a vernacular
u a hodgepodge of idioms that reflect the
[the filth, the strait-jacket existence in the
fcij/assen of Poland, Galicia, and Lithuania.
[college graduate would be astonished to
tie Yiddishists expressing themselves with
1 clarity, in nuances that shade the fine
-ns of words treating the variegated affairs
Implex life. With them, the erstwhile lowly
^kes on the flexibility and maturity of a
nguage.
ne to hear the Yiddish poet and novelist,
rade. Mr. Grade was born and educated in
e old bastion of Rabbinical learning, known
uries as the Jerusalem of Lithuania. But
Jie past hundred years, Vilna also became
[of modern scholarship, a focal point of the
I a cell of Socialist propaganda, a hub of
Ictivity. Here Yiddish flowered forth in its
Boom. Here the Yiddish Scientific Institute
fan to collect books, documents, archives,
puscripts. From Vilna, the Yivo branched
le ends of the earth, to New York, to Buenos
Johannesburg.
approach of the Nazis, 29 year old Chaim
led to Russia and escaped the gas chambers.
le war, he returned to his native city. Mr.
fead to us a prose poem, a sensitive graphic
Of his impressions on beholding the charred
ie stone heaps, the devastation of the pulsat-
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Yiddishists and Matzos
ing beehive of Vilna, which the Germans had turned
into Ghetto A and B.
Chaim Grade's Prose-Poem.
He speaks to the ghosts of his murdered kinfolk.
He wants to rebuke them for not dying more heroi-
cally, with weapon in hand, an example to the
Haganah in Palestine, a cause for pride to us in the
Galut. But instead, they rebuke him and through him
the Jewry of all lands for unconcern, for not moving
the very stones of foreign capitals to save them from
extermination. There were many facets to Jewish
life in Vilna. But the poet turns to the religio-spirit-
ual relics. He finds in the ruins of a prayer chapel
the lone surviving Aunochi (I am), the first word
on the twin tablets of the Ten Commandments, upon
a wall above the desecrated Aron Kodesh (Holy
Ark). He enters the destroyed Shul of the hallowed
Rabbi Elijah, Gaon of Viina, the loftiest spiritual
force in a thousand years of Judaism. He is too
overcome by emotion to demand an accounting of
the Almighty for permitting such bestialities against
His Kadoshim. He turns to the prayer house of his
childhood and relives the memories of the holiness
that filled the place on Yom Kippur. In that mo-
ment of agonized memories, the secular poet can
only recall the sanctity, the piety, the reverence of
Vilna Judaism.
The listeners are moved to the core. They grasp
intellectually the full implication of the recital.
Emotionally, they experience the colossal tragedy.
They understand the consequences of a destruction
which annihilated the Yiddish civilization of East-
ern Europe, the evolutionary product of a thousand
years, a world which will never revive in Anglo-
Saxon lands, in the milieus of Latin America, nor
in Hebraic Israel.
Matzos on Passover.
An incident follows that may appear too trivial
to dwell upon. The hostess serves refreshments. It
being the second day of Passover, the trays contain
Matzos. But the guests, with few exceptions, take
slices of bread on their plates. This passing up of
Matzos on Passover by the Yiddish loving group
has a profound significance. It spells indifference
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
to the time honored traditions of their ancestral re-
ligion; it indicates their break with Judaism; it
highlights the curious inconsistency that renders
their Weltanschauung incongruous, or even ludicrous.
A Mistaken Emphasis.
Two years ago, one of this group, a writer on a
New York Yiddish daily, created a mild sensation on
Miami Beach by walking out of a public meeting
because one of the other speakers happened to say
that Yiddish is a dying language. This statement,
the truth of which everyone admits, was a personal
affront to the irascible gentleman, who otherwise is
a critic of penetration and a scholar of depth. In
his column, he often castigates Miami Jewry for
their failure to live a Jewish life. Yet he himself
never frequents a Synagogue, not even on Kol Nidre
eve of the solemn Yom Kippur.
It is difficult for rational people to understand
this fanaticism for the Yiddish language coupled
with callow indifference, if not hostility, towards
Judaism. What value, one may ask, has a language if
the spirit that inspires its literature, the soul that
informs its ethos, is rejected as useless superstition?
Symbolism in Matzo.
It may be argued that eating Matzo on Passover
has nothing to do wiht the ethics that constitute the
life breath of the Torah. Granted. But Matzos have a
symbolism that gives tone and significance to Jewish
spirituality. Matzos are the bread of affliction that
Jews were destined to eat throughout ages of per-
secution. Matzos connect us with Moses and B'nai
Israel, emerging from the banks of the Nile in his-
tory's early dawn. Matzos are the links that identify
us with its Yeziat Mizarim, the greatest epic in the
annals of any people. Matzos are everlasting sym-
bols of the eternal conflict between slavery and
freedom. Matzos represent the earliest emergence of
liberty from under the iron heel of oppression.
The Yiddishists live in a strange unreal world.
They are eager to preserve a Yiddish culture di-
vorced from Judaism. They are concerned for Jew-
ish survival but have remained aloof, if not hostile,
from Zionism. They wish to secularize a literature
whose moral, intellectual, and psychological basis
rests on a religio-prophetic foundation.
is a own Synagogue* To Hold
Si Mini llatorah May 6
Downtown Synagogue
By the old Beth David),
3rd Ave., will hold its
jruni Hatorah on Sunday,
[at 8:30 p.m., according to
juncement by Hyman
hresident.
pi i will be presented to
!iix Congregation by
Mre. Sam Jackson, phio-
fesidents of Miami and
U Idest members of the
fue.
rabbis and public of-
will participate in the
and Cantor Maurice
will be in charge of
Jsical portion of the pro-
ne evening dedica-
tor Europe, Israel
board the New Ara-
out of New York Friday
pe and Israel are Mr.
|i Norman J. Steinberg.
[berg, a prominent Wall
(attorney, will spend three
overseas studying Euro-
fc.-d Middle Eastern hotel
Bon,
one of the owners of Mi-
each's Delano Hotel.
tion ceremonies will be held for
the synagogue's downstairs social
hall, which has been established
by Mr. and Mrs. George Bloom-
berg in memory of their son,
Melvin, and which will be known
as the Melvin Bloomberg Social
Hall.
Refreshments will be served by
the sisterhood under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Hyman Sootin.
Sisterhood Plans
Donor Luncheon
The Beth David Sisterhood has
announced its donor luncheon for
May 1. 12:30 p.m., at the Delano
Hotel. Miami Beach, according to
co-chairmen Mrs. Sam August
and Mrs. Max Bergman.
Highlighting the affair will be
a children's iashion show, where
Suzi Belle dresses will be modeled
by children of the Sunday school.
Among the models will be Judy
Diane Schiff, 2 years old; and
Ginger Parnes, 4. The fashion
show will be supervised by Mrs.
Joseph Bermann.
Reservations for this affair may
be made by calling the Beth
David office at 9-3469.
Esther Branson To
Vie For May Queen
Miss Esther Branson has been
chosen by Young Adult League
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center to run for May Queen in
a contest to be
sponsored by the
Flagler Gran-
ida Jewish Com-
munity Center
at the Casa-
blanca Hotel,
May 12.
Miss Branson,
who is studying
voice here, also
studied voice
and dramatics at
;he Metropolitan
Studios in New
Afiss Branson York under Es-
ther Taylor Douglass and attend-
ed City Evening College.
She has written several plays
and radio skits for the Young
Adult League of the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. The latest
one will be presented at a Beach
hotel in the near future.
Miss Branson has also sung at
various affairs sponsored by the
Young Adult League, Miami
Masada, and Miami Beach
Masada.
Jewish Folk Chorus To Hold
Seventh Annual Concert Sunday
v
Nathaniel Sprinzen
The seventh annual concert of
the Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus will be held Sunday,
April 29, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach High School Audi-
torium.
"Esther Hamalke," a cantata for
chorus and tenor solo by Maurice
Rauch, will be featured.
Ben Yomen
Ben Yomen is conductor. Na-
thaniel Sprinzen will serve as
tenor soloist and Margaret Ben
Yomen will be at the piano.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door.
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FRIDAY,
EDITORIAL
APRIL.
Indvpvmlenvo tsstiv
The most important financial undertaking cf
the State of Israel since it was established is now
a reality. The S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond
Issue is available to the public. The clearance
for public offering of the issue was aiven on
March 28, when the Securities and Exchange ^'
mission declared the Registration effective.
With the flotation of this Bond Issue, Isr.
which won victory in the political and the
fields, begins its march to indepeiv the
economic field. Appropriately, the offering is
celled the "Independence Issue."
State of Israel Bonds are a dire of
the State of Israel. Thej
Dollar Bonds Law adopted by Israel a
(Parliament) this year, re-
payable in dollars.
The following are the major terms of the
Bonds:
There are two types of Bonds: (a) Interest
Bearing Bonds, denominated Fifteen Yeca .;!: "'.-
Dollar Coupon Bonds, on which interest at the
rate ot 3'20o per annum will be payable semi-
annually, and (b) Capital Appreciation Bonds,
denominated Twelve Year Dollar Savings Bonds,
which will have a maturity value of 150o of
the issue amount.
Coupon Bonds are dated May 1, 1951 and
mature May 1, 1966. Savings Bonds are dated
as of the first day of the month in which a
subscription for such Bond is accepted by one of
the banks designated for such purpose, and will
become due twelve years from such c^:e.
Coupon Bonds are offered in denominations
of S500. SI,000. $2,500 S5.00C S10.000 and
S100 000. Savings Bonds ore c::e:ez in demon!-
nations of S50, S1CC S25C S50G SI """ c" ^00
S5.000 and S10.000.
The State of Israel will purchase a Bond al
any time within two years nftei the death .: the
Registeied Owner.
The State of Israel will purchase any Regis-
tered Bonds at any time in legal tender currency
of the State of Israel at the then official rate of
exchange.
Beginning with May 1. 1954, the Registered
Bonds may be exchanged for freely transferable
Bearer Bonds of like amount.
The fiscal agent for the State of Israel Bond
Issue :s the Chase National Bank in cooperation
eighteen other major banks throughout the
country. All Bond subscriptions together with
ments will be forwarded to cne of these banks
GIVE HER A FLYING START!
$8,000 Brought In u M Monday Concerts
At JNF Jubilee WU1 Chanae Location

which will mail the Bond directly to the sub-
scriber.
Self-sufficiency and economic independence
are Israel's major goals to be achieved as a
result of the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond
Issue. Israel will be able to cut down greatly on
its imports and to expand its export market sub-
stantially.
In a very short period of time, Israel will as-
sume indisputable leadership as the most im-
portant industrial country in its part of the world.
Israel will serve as an assembly center for West-
ern products intended for Middle Eastern markets
tnj...Wl11 be the major channel for the flow of
Middle Eastern raw materials to the West.
In the words of Abba Eban. Ambassador of
Israel to the United States, "This then is not an
ordinary moment in the life of our people. It is
A.H Chapter To
Hear Miss loan
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[igh School 'n : '
- ess, will be
t speak t the f .urth an-

phoi
' Dade
Jew* In Russia
A New York Times renrrt .
that the Jews in the SovfeTCa?,Moo^
festival of Passover with tSS**^
in the crowded Central SvnZ^ ""J
further states that the conXg'- N
represent a cross-section of thel -^
young, middle-aged and some1!?:
Jews, and that the female sZ**^
gogue was occupied by a m"l ^ )
dressed women. Y number of s^
It has been such a lona tim
about Jewish life has ZaZ^. -
Russia that we are pleased w,,h el**
and contradictory report. It is ^j!j
know that there still L Jews |n S?
observing hohdays, and i,,^ 2-
ing to learn that there are voung jS'
attached to synagogue and tradition
However, the impression we got from*
was that it omitted more than i, SSft*
about smartly dressed women altaSSafcl
over eve services does not sound aiS
can we understand how thousands of 2
Jewish famihes-as the report says-r2
serve a traditional Seder where Ziotl '
anathema. In a country where fear of
Jewish nationalism has prompted sum
and liquidation of all Jewish cultural and ,
values one doesn't chant the Seder the 2
of liberation and return to Zion.
The mystery of what has been happen
Jewish life in Russia, communal, reliqL
cultural, is as baffling as ever despite
story about Passover. If there are enough on
Jews in Moscow to crowd a huge synagogue,
young and old and if there are still thoun
of families in Moscow observing Passo?B'
cording to ancient tradition, it certainly is fa
assume the existence of a wide hankeriuq i
Jewishness among the Jews in Soviet Rum
this premise is correct, the reported liquid*
of all avenues of cultural expression to the lea
populace betrays only one brutal purp
deliberate spiritual decimation of the
minority.
a moment of ecstacy and revelation, a manj
of achievement and of high confidence, a maal\
of 'thunder and lightning and the voice of trumptl
exceeding loud.' Everything depends upon lb]
nature and scale of the leadership which |
shall enjoy."
Gables Zionists To Meet U-M Concert Features
A general meeting of the Coral I Pianist Stell Andersen
Gables Zionist District is slated j planis1 Ste Ani,,M, ?1
torTi May 3. at 8:30 p.m. Loloisl at the 8!h ,,
at the C u-al Gables Jewish Cen- concert of th, Htyoflff
to an announce- ami symphony <
nan R. Lyons, presi- deate Al: conductig.
She will a| pear Sun I
29 at 8:30 p:
Municipal ..im. and JIM
clay night at Miami Senior H*|
iol.
She has
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"Der F isehutz," by Czl
M ia Von W
piano and
major, no. 5, Emporer," <*!
T3. by Ludwif. r.oven.
The .'.ill also Jl
form "Air'
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Bauer: Symphony No. 5. "J!||
by c;> Antheil:
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IY. APRIL 27. 1951
isel Heads
ication Bureau
lx Meisel was reelected
jent of the Bureau of Jew-
feucation at a regular meet-
ie board of directors.
Iier officers include Harrv
ihoff. Dr. M. J. Glick. Mrs.
Ida Ratner, vice presidents;
n Shapoff. secretary; Ben
B3, treasurer. The new of-
will be installed at the
sh Education Dinner to be
on Sunday, May 6.
directors discussed the
|blc purchase of the old Beth
Talmud Torah site as a
te home for the bureau. Au-'
Ity was given to the building
Ittee, headed by Harry
fenhoff. to negotiate for pur-
after consultation with the
ling committee of the Great-
liami Jewish Federation.
ans were formulated for the
community graduation ex-
es to be held on Wednesday,
23, at the Miami Women's
for 30 graduates from the
David, Beth El, Beth
jm. Miami Beach Jewish
|er. Miami Hebrew School
the Central Hebrew High
hoi.
rprise Birthday Party
|rs Esther Glasser, treasurer
Esther Chapter of Ameri-
Jt wish Congress, was ten-
a surprise birthday party
ll" 16 by President Celia Have
i Whitman Hall. Friends
attended.
t Hialeah Women
; Elect Leaders
Mrs. Ada Roseman has been
j elected president of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Other officers include Mrs.
Mary Seligman, vice president:
Mrs. Eve DeYoung. secretary;
and Mrs. Sadie Lebowitz, treas-
urer.
The group is now making plans
for a luncheon to be held Mon-
day May 7 at Gelvan Hull. 951
4th Ave., Hialeah. Mrs. Yetta
Gelvan is in charge of the event.
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New Americans To Mark
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
New Americans of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a mass meeting in
commemoration of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising on Sunday, April
29. at 8 p.m. at Beth El Center.
A one-act play, recitations and
songs of ghetto life will be of-
fered by the New Americans.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is welcome.
Beach Zionists To Elect Officers
Young Adults To Picnic
The Young Adult League of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center, in association with other
young adult groups, will hold a
picnic at Crandon Park on Sun-
day, April 29. A car-pool will
leave the center at 10:30 a.m.
A meeting of the league is
slated for Monday night at 8:30
at the center.
r Abraham Seif will en-
fl?in residents of the Jev/ish
bme for the Aged on Sunday,
pri> 29, at 2.-30 p.m. The pro-
am is under the direction of Leo
einman and Joseph W. Malek.
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Honors Sperling
Over 175 persons heard Irving
j Sperling, president of the Israel-
i ite Center, who was honored at
1 the group's third Seder at the
center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace,
ion Sunday, April 22. His name
was inscribed by the center in
I the Golden Book of Israel.
Speakers of the evening were
j Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Mr. Mor-
j ris Aron, Mr. Ami Giladi and
! Mr. Irving Sperling, President.
: Mr. David Granat was toastmas-
Iter and Mr. Charles Fidelman
was chairman of this event."
More than 600 members of the
Miami Beach Zionist District will
meet Thursday, May 3, at 8:30
p.m. in the patio of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center (entrance
or. James Ave. and 17th St.) for
the annual meeting ar.d election
of officers, according to Alex Van
Straaten. president.
Harold Shapiro, nominating
committee chairman, said only
paid members will be eligible to
vote for new officers. Friends and
guests are invited to hear the
guest speaker, Seymour B. Lieb-
man, local attorney, who is the
author of numerous articles and
brochures on Israel ar.d Judaism.
His topic will be "The Fourth
Miracle of Israel."
Liebman, former director of the
economic commission of the
Zionist Organization of America,
visited Israel twice in the past
few years. He is on the national
I board of the United Synagogues
'. of America, program chairman of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
I as well as co-chairman of its
speakers' bureau. He is serving on
the national executive of the
\ ZOA for the $500,000,000 cam-
paign for Bonds of the Israel gov-
ernment. Locally, he is on me
i Greater Miami Committee for
' Bonds of the Israel government.
One of the highlights of the
:i eeting will be the distribution
' of ZOA awards to members
"whose work in the last year has
. been outstanding."
There will be no solicitation of
funds, and admission is free.
Auxiliary Plans
Da nee- Festival
A charity dance and festival
will be presented by the Louis
D. Brandeis Auxiliary 199, Free
Sons of Israel, on Sunday, April
29, at 8 p.m. at the Surfcomber
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Moe Plotkin is chairman
of the event, which will be high-
lighted by dance contests.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling 5-1114.
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"Strictly Neighbors
>
By HELEN ALPERT
PEOPLE:
.lean Mucasey, Robert H. XCNV
nian
tes
She's back. Interesting Rose Lawson, whose background includes
WAC service and topflight hotel work, returned to Miami. She
says. "I'm back home for good." You'll remember she spent the past
several months in Israel, investigating the Israeli hotel field. Come
to think of it, she might be a very handy speaker or. Women in
Israel Today .
Ruthie Jacobson's sprightly mon. Mrs. Heifetz. goo* home to
Chicago this weekend. Her neighbors in Chicago, two blocks away,
are the parents of Florence Lewis .
TEMPUS FUGIT DEPT. ... It seems only a mir.te ago that
Gerry Taran was a beautiful little babe in a canary-yellow dress
accompanying her mother to Jay Perlmutter's opening party at his
first Lincoln Road office. Now the beautiful babe is engaged to
be married, to Marvin Lieber .
EVENTS:
The Sea Gull's "21" Room proved a bright and happy choice
for breakfast for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce last
week. This was another innovation for newer members by presi-
dent Baron de Hirsch Meyer. It's tough to be bright and happy at
8:15 a.m., but some who managed it included Rhoda M. Levine.
Leonard L. Abess. Mike Heller. Abe Allenberg. Mike Mitnick.
Leo Eisenstein and Toby Emanuel. Her most devoted new member
is her own husband. She's the only female "Wizard" in the organ-
izationrated by numbers of members she signed up. Rhoda and
I panted to be whizzes too. but we landed among the 'Magicians"
. with Henry Cove. Max Rosenbaum and Maurice Unger .
I'm sure I'm a magician, because I was fast asleep the whole time
I dressed and got into my car. that earlyand only pure magic
deposited me at the right hotel .
They're getting ready for the big annual dinner of the Miami
Beach Hotel Association. Almost the first reservations came from
the Saul Cohens of the Ritz-Plaza .
INSTALLATION
Just as this goes to press, the Jewish Music Council of Greater
Miami will be staging its installation of officers at the Lear School. JJf 4.12* No
Officiating will be outgoing chairman Cantor Samuel Kelemer. New 'VIlami Beach
leaders for the group are co-chairmen Judge Kenneth Oka and Mrs. Mist Meyers was graduated
Joseph Duntov; treasurer Mrs Milton Sirkin: secretary Ted Nelson: from the Lear School. Miami
co-chairmen for program. Joseph Duntov and Mrs Irwifl Weinstein. Beach. Her fiance was graduated
Robert Strassburg is executive secretary Anyuta Mehcov has from the University of Miami and
been working out all notes on the evening's musicale ... :s nt,w attending law school
THIS WEEK'S CHUCKLES:
The typographical error (in a Sunday paper here> which has
a newlywed couple at a hotel "moneymooning".' The cam-
paign literature for a candidate-councilman which earnestly in-
sists he "has become an intricate part of Miami Beach's civic
affairs." Our Dictionary Scout reports that this would indicae
that the gent has become a perplexingly entangled part of Miami
Beach's civic affairs. Hey! Didn't you-all want the word "in-
legral" ? Wanna borrow my Webster's or Concise Oxford?
SAD DEMISE:
,4^*.
Mi/ma Meyers
Myrna Meyers
Plights Troth
Mr and Mrs. Harry Meyers,
1515 Calais Drive. Normandy Isle,
Miami Beach, have announced
the engagement of their daughter.
Myrna, to Arthur M. Nemser, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Nem-
ser. 4129 North Meridian Ave..
Miss Joyce Lei bow
Weds Mr, Mufson
Miss Joyce Lei bow became the
bride of Raymond Mufson on
April 20. He: parents are Dr. and
Mrs. Louis M. Leibow of New
York and he is the son of Ben-
sudden death of popular and vivacious Gladys DeVorkm. jamin Mufson of New York
on the eve of I1 shocked everyone. A pour;nc erev rain tk. Krij0 ,, A a ^ ,_
from Vasr.ir.gaon. Fannie and Gladvs had been fr ends and relat ves m ?W? 2? ^the JUun'r COm;
tt sgtSLSTJsr*aad so are Harr-v Kane and his, 4 brid'*m ** co-
JOTTINGS- lumbia and the University of
Miami and is presently associ-
- """' .Wle Agamic lowers Motel, has a~ ~
me r''le Fnr h ^ d!u*hterJand *>" Ricky-a magnificent n
' "-A? r imoS VTd descnPtion of the Sam I. Silvers' new
Exchange Vows In Candlelight R;t
A candlelight, double ring
service at the Miami Beach Jew-
| ish Center on April 14 united in
marriage Miss Jean Mucasey and
I Robert H. Newman. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated at the
ceremony which was followed by
I a reception and dinner at the
' Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Mucasey of Havana,
Cuba, wore a gown of white ny-
lon net, fashioned with tiered
, skirt, lace bodice and coronation
length train. She carried white
, orchids atop a bible.
Mrs. Herbert Bernstein was
, matron of honor and Miss Cydel
Brown maid of honor. Brides-
maids were the Misses Janice
Pied. Nancy Nathan and Barbara
Magilner. Attendants wore lilac
net gowns with matching halo
hats.
Charles J. Hearst was best man
for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis'
Newman, 1649 S.W. 21st Street.
Seating guests were Stanley Pred,
Burton Young, Frank Jacobs and
Walter Smith.
Flower girls Mina Mucasey and
'. Sima Rapaport, both of Cuba, ,
: were dressed alike in pink nylon j
; tulle frocks with matching bon-
nets.
The former Miss Mucasey i
graduated from San Jacinto High j
School, Houston Texas, and at-1
tended Highland Manor Junior
College, West Long Branch, N.J.,
and the University of Miami.
Mr. Newman graduated from '
' Miami Beach High School and
the university of Miami. Now a Vacations In Miami J
student in the university law' A eiiP I school, he is president of Phi Ep- gUeS'
si Ion Pi fraternity, a member of
the Masons. Elks, B'nai B'rith
and is a veteran of 14 months
service overseas.
The couple spent their honey-
! moon in Miami Beach and Havana
and will reside in Miami Beach.
j Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
|Y. Rapaport, Mrs. M. Gimmel-
'stein, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dascal,
Mr and Mrs. M. Konsky Mr. and
Mrs D. Ginsberg, Mr. 'and Mrs.
i J. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Volpe.
jail of Cuba; Mr and Mrs. C. J.
Hearst. New York Citv; Mr and !


Mrs. Robert H. .VjwJI
is singer,
dancer and ta
actress. P
*! Huston,
< i.' joklya
Twe n t y.
ear-old
Huston
eared
iroadway i
-als as
.n Earth.'
he Girls
md "Toads
Jo," as idi
rhico Marc1!
vee show,
i Mrs. S. Skolsky Peekskill, N.Y.;! Miss Huston Colleje L
j Mr. and Mrs. H Rudd. Balti- I which recently complete i
^U,hhU, ,.0Wn0!"JClf lh0 AtIantic Towers Hotel, has another ated with the Jefferson Stores in mre' **. Mr:.and Mrs- Mu-j week run. the Barry Wood"
. in addition to hu daughter and son Rickya magnificent '-unt- Miami. i 3W. Felix Mucasey. Houston; Earl Wnghtson Show and
Max Feinberg. Nassau. B.W.I.; Street Revue." The younj
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Segal, Wor- nas be*-'11 smfiing since she
cester, Mass. j ten years old.
rStu1^ C. Robbins
jaSS^^'a^*"2^25^-ilE Weds Fred Barad
'Jw^dd'n^^ Alda C Robb" became the
BeaVare^ a^dTunch1^frfnHrePBreSenta,,Ve f ** entire Mla 5"de .f Fred ***** 1W
^t^L^1^^'^^"^1^ Withte its *ber- day, April 19,at the home of
.nT^JCS,r01\.A DARLING of a letter from Maurk, Gro...
n0tC' ,oT,heDnewl-vweds are living at
2361 Pinctree Drive.
Rabbi "Jacob H. Kaplan, "who
performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Moshe Caspi of
book *" SUPCrbly ^"^^ 'ouch, I fold Up this w^kfs n
Mrs. Koqan To Fete
New Auxiliary Board
Newly elected officers and
board members of the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
be honored at a reception follow-
ing the board meeting at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, May 1. at the home of
! Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722
i Royal Palm Avenue, Miami
Beach.
: Mrs. S o 1 Silverman, newly
I elected president, will name new
I chairmen and committees for the
coming year.
Jg
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IY, APRIL 27. 1951
*JmHiifhrknar
Irl Protzel
lothal Told
Ellen M. Bernstein
To Marry In Mav
h
v 1
-v
I ./ -.'? '1
Pearl Protzel
othal of Miss Pearl Protzel
Ibert Miller, son of the
Millers, 627 85th St., Mi-
each, has been announced
\i parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Protzel, 1211 Meridian
iMiami Beach.
bride-elect was born in
krnon, N. Y., and was grad-
I from Erasmus Hall High
Brooklyn, N. Y. She at-
Drake Business School in
fork and is now employed
Multigraph Sales Agency.
| Miller, a graduate of Mi-
Bach High School, received
^A from the University of
Ho is associated with his
as manufacturers' repre-
vc in the furniture field.
he and Miss Protezl are
krs of Miami Beach Masada.
Miss Ostrovsky
Is Married To
Mr. Manischewitz
In a simple ceremony at the
New York home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Manischewitz Miss
Esther Ostrovsky, daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Mordechai Os-
trovsky of Jerusalem, was mar-
ried on April 1 to William B.
Manischewitz of Cincinnati,
Ohio. The ceremony was per-
PAGE 7 A
i
i.v'" "'-
Ellen Bernstein
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bernstein
of 2543 Pine Tree Dr., Miami
Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Ellen Michelle Bernstein, to
Lawrence Martin Cohen of New
York City. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ned W. Cohen of
Greensboro, N. C.
The couple plans to be married
in a garden ceremony on May 24.
The prospective bridegroom
graduated from Georgia Military
Academy and the University of
North Carolina. He is a Navy
veteran and member of Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity.
The bride-elect graduated from
Edgewood School, Greenwich,
Conn., attended the University of
Wisconsin and graduated from
the University of Miami. She is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and is employed as public rela-
tions director for the advertising
firm of Clarence J. Herrick and
Associates.
Personally Speaking
>rman Slepian, 1690 S.W. 1st Ave., has returned here
luflalo. where he was called by the illness and subse-
death of his brother.
* *
. and Mrs. Max R. Silver of 710 S.W. 21st Road announce
th oi a son on Saturday, April 21, at Jackson Memorial
* *
and Mrs. Fredric Richard Rosen will tour points oi in-
in Central and Western Florida this weekend.
* *
and Mrs. Cecil Myers of 3631 S.W. 21st St. left this
[to spend the summer in Far Rockaway Beach, N. Y.
* *
he Norman Rotbman family was united for Passover when
ttn Rothman, Jr., flew in from Gainesville, where he is a
at the University of Florida.
Afrs. William B. Manischewitz
formed by Rabbi Dr. Jacob Hoff-
man of Congregation Ohab Ze-
dek. New York, Rabbi M. M.
Hockstein, and Cantor Akiva Os-
trovsky of Birmingham, Ala.,
brother of the bride.
The bride was born in Jerus-
alem, attended school there and
was graduated from the Mizrachi
Seminary Training School for
Teachers. During the Israel-Arab
conflict, she was secretary to
Moatzat Irgunei Nashim, the co-
ordinating council of volunteer
women's organizations working
with the Israel Army.
The bridegroom studied in Is-
rael, attended the Yeshiva Uni-
versity in New York, and was
graduated from New York Uni-
versity. He is an active member
of the Mizrachi Organization of
America, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and has been
associated with many other ac-
tivities in behalf of Israel.
The bride's father, Rabbi Os-
trovsky, has been an active mem-
ber of Mizrachi and is associated
with Israel's Vaad Ha-Artzi. For
thirty years, he has devoted him-
self to teaching in Israel and was,
in fact, one of the first instructors
there to teach the Hebrew lan-
guage in the schools.
The bride's uncle, the late Rab-
bi Mosfie Ostrovsky, was a mem-
ber of the Vaad Haleum for many
years and devoted a lifetime to
the cause of Zionism. Following
their honeymoon, the couple
plans to reside in New York City.
<7Ae
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Rabbi Reichman,
Family, Vacation
At Victor Hotel
Spending the Passover Holi-
days at the Victor Hotel with his
family is the well known Rabbi
Solomon Reichman, publisher of
the Yiddish daily, the Jewish
Morning Journal which is now
being reorganized after a period
of suspension.
A graduate of the Yeshivas Mir
and Slobodka, as well as the
Yeshiva Isaac Eichman. the rabbi
is spiritual leader at the Bronx,
YM & YWHA.
His work with the youth of
this center is nationally re-
nowned. In the Jewish national
field. Rabbi Reichman is also
very active. He is co-chairman of
the administrative committee of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
U.S. & Canada. He is founder of
the Bronx Region Mizrachi Or-
ganization of America. Last year
he made a trip to Israel as a
member of the political commit-
tee of Mizrachi.
Mrs. Reichman, too, gives un-
sparingly of her time and effort
to Jewish causes. She is first
vice president of Bronx Women's
Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions, vice president of Women's
Organization of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and president of the Mi-
riam Chapter of Mizrachi, the
largest in the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion.
The Reichmans look to the fu-
ture with high hopes, as their
two sons Raphael and Ephraim,
show great promise of making
their mark in Jewish affairs.
Raphael is a student at Yeshiva
University. Only last year at the
age of 16, he published a trea-
tise on the Rambam which was
published in the leading Rabbinic
Monthly, Hapardes. The treatise
was acclaimed for its "style, as
well as its brillance of thought."
Friends To Become
Sisters-In-Law
TiT^BH
K
|""pB'J
Bk&. r <
K |iS^
Lw jt
Vivian Hausman
Two friends now attending the
University of Miami will become
sisters-in-law following their
marriages.
The betrothal of Miss Miriam
Lillian Rosen to Bernard Haus-
man has been announced by her-
mother, Mrs. Harry R. Rosen, 601
94th St., Miami Beach.
Mr. Hausman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Hausman, 301
86th St., Miami Beach. A Navy
veteran, he was graduated from
the University of Miami. He is
now affiliated with Food Fair
Stores.
His sister. Miss Vivian Haus-
man, is betrothed to Richard J_
Pomerantz, son of Mrs. Harry
Pomerantz. 434 Loretto Ave.,
Coral Gables.
Mr. Pomerantz was graduated
from Franklin Marshall College,
Lancaster. Pa., and is a member
of Zeta Beta Tau.
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PAGE 8 A
Temple Israel Unit
Will Seat Officers
Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will hold an installation luncl
on Monday. May 7, at 12:30 |
at the Roney Plaza Hotel. M
Beach.
Rabl i R. Narot will
conduct th st lation. Mrs. I.
tein will
rtists
Mrs R W Ikowsky Gn
Id, pianist and composer,
lly Brown, American s
stylist.
To be installed are president.
Mrs. Norman Giller: f:rst vice
president. Mrs. Elry Stone: second
vice president. Mrs. Leopold
Swartz: treasurer. Mrs. G. Louis
Mtndelson: recording secretary,
Mrs. Joseph Bulbin: correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Albert Green:,
assistant corresponding secretary. [
Mrs. Henry Hirsch: financial sec-'
retary, Mrs. Harold Meyers: aud-
itor. Mrs. Alvin Sandier.
Board of directors includes
Mesdames Fred Abrams. St
Hantman, Max Holtzberg. Ei':
Kohn. Frank Perlman. Harry V.
. :.-. 1'. n in Slote, Hai
irman, A,i.>!ph Werl
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'
n an Mi I S
Serving

Klein Trues Study
(\i Bond Program

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:
Hollywood, Lauderdale
Lodge Leaders Installed
Recently- nsl d officers of
the men's lodges of Holly* I
and Ft. L '' nai B rith

For H '
-
first a ;

Saul P : --
s
In as irer. L
burg: chaolain. L uis A i nar-
and trust..- Max B
and Ge rg< Rol ins n
Off: era t Ft. I.
1 Igi 1438 are: president. Morris
H. Sterling: first vice president.
Irving Wellens; second vice
president. Melvin M Shapiro:
secretarv. Reuben Lear: financial
secretary, Harold Tobias: treas-
urer. Louis Sterling: monitor.
Daniel Danart: guardian. Alfred
Stone: and trustees. I. A. Sterling.
William Kretchman and Paul
Epstein.
Ja-k II. Ciordon
Open* Campaign
D. G Miami
I
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: : iori


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2
>1
' il
I : I .
rurk recently re-
'
:. .: -
fe of
... t infantry-
- -
Luncheon Card Party
N

n v.'.

pport of 1
< ;irlia HoitlP
I nit Tt> Install
LaVr* May *
Dad( t-. thi National
Home will in-
stall iea '"!
:
Wesl I
Si

. M -
,. .1 serve as
-.- e Mrs W I
M Leon
K Mrs. Nathan Glass, Mrs.
Julius Weiner. Miss Roslyn King.
vice presidents: Mis. Ira Korn-
bluth rig secretary: Mrs.
Jack Hoss. corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Jack Gould, social sec-
,; Mrs. Manny Rich, treas-
urer:" Mrs. Paul Seitelman. finan-
lecretary, and Mrs. Janette
Jacobs, auditor.
Serving on the advisory board
r. Mesdanus Jessie I. Marcus.
Cleentine Kemp. Gertrude Lachs
and Charles Raab. Trustees arc
Misa Sophie Tucker and Mes-
9 Camille Baum. Sol Gold-
strom William Fan. Benjamin B.
FRIDAY
Cardiac Home Unit
Slates Card Party
will
:ed bv the Miami Chap-
National Chi]
-ic Home on V.
May 2. at 12 noon at the home.
4250 West Flgaler St.
II stesses will arrange tables
for those who do not bring them,
according to Mrs. Harold Spahn
tnd Mrs. Harry Hacker, co-chair-
men of the event.
Donation of one dollar will be
accepted at the door.
o unique odventure
ISRAEL: 1951
TRAVEL through iht country
WORK in agricultural ittllmnt(
STUDY o< Htbrcw Unlvtriity
Pl.r. A: $950 Plan I: S7SO
ftrtl fopoxr included
Inavlr*:
IIt Programs, Ywrtk Dtpt
Jtwish Agency tor Palestine
M Ust Mtk Strut. Nr. York 21. Y.
Wolff and Eva Sawitz.
Mrs. Harry Levin is chairman
of the dav and her co-chairmen
. Mi sd.nnes Jack Brodsky and
Edith Reuben. Arrangements for
nts are being made by
Mis. Charles Raab and her co-
man Mrs. Robert Stein.
pH0NE 5.2*
W*W'WWWWWWA/A*'WWW
By Popular Dema
nd!
RETURN ENGAGEMENTS
THURS.. FRI., SAT.. MAY. 3. 4. 5 TUES.
WED.,
MAT i
".i-^,1
suuf
trj
New Dade County Auditorium
Amidor W.w7
TlC rlO
r*
SOFA BED
Reg. $210.00
NOW
'159
.00
Special
The Mandalay Sofabed is Authentically Empire Made and is available directly from
Of resilient spring, felt and foam construction. Empire Furniture Fact
N. E. 2nd Ave.. displays this sofa and a thousand other rattan items
in front of the factory.
the factory,
ory and Rattan Works. 1225
n its showroom directly
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
SNIDER-JONES, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF JELLIES
PHONE 87-2730
McFarlcii C>ii(rii<-iioii Coin
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ROADS STREETS PARKING LOTS DR.TB
ASPHALTS TARS ROAD OILS
Since 1931
1085 N. W. 56th Street p;..,.,
Miami 38, Florida
HURRICANE SALES CO.
WHOLESALE & COMMISSION
YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS
General Manager 7U7KwJikflJ
WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON J
Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phor.e 78-1522-M
Phone 481631 Miami, Floral
THE GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide K, hruth Asscciatioa
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Feds*
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater)
Vaad HakaThruth Pi 1 B is a-'played;
And to buy only chickens with the rr.g oi t're p
PS 1 a i as this is the only idcr.:::::ation wh.::a
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shcchet;
A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof 0*
kosher, according to the Jewish Law; ^ ,
Stores which were endorsed previously m*r *
endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see u
of the G.M.V.H. is displayed.
AND ANNOUNCES
That the following poultry markets in tni
CITY OF MIAMI
are under supervision and endorsement:
ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
ABES LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 8th St
FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 149 N.W I
CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St
FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 "*
KENHOLZ MEAT It POULTRY MARKET.
2634 Pone* de Leon Bird- Coral Gables
(NOTE: Several of th* olhar maat marketsJ^Jfl
the Mashgiacbc to Mttr thstir itorts. and tnei (
chickens without identification, and those m
recognized ai Kosher by the Vaad.)
MIAMI BEACH
BERMAN POULTRY. 88 Washington Ave.
GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET.
325 Collins Are. ^
HERMANS MEAT It POULTRY MARKET, 732
HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 EH*
WsshW*
MAR**1
KAPLANS KOSHER MEAT MARKET, 552
MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY
436 Collins Are.
S 8c H LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 ColliM
AND ALSO ANNOUNCES HM
That signs such as "Traditional D'nne"' m,n!) *
"Kosher Style." "Jewish Style.'" or "Sc a*"
Served." definitely do not assure kashru "'ulb &"
For Further Information Concerning Kh'
Director. Rabbi Joseph E. R r,,M*>*
818 Michigan Avenue g [>?*
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy-


r, APRIL 27, 1951
*Jewisf> Fh>rid inn
SLDERLY WOMAN
companion to share South
Vpt. Ocean Drive. Kosher-
Salary. Phone after 11
-6913.
"for RENT
BEDROOM HOUSE
JLLY FURNISHED
ently located to buses and
Call 2-1267 for further
information.
woman desires corn-
to share South Beach
era. Ocean Drive, Kosher,
Salary, Phone after 11
i-6913.
OIIITUAKIES
. GUSSIE GOLD
for services and Int
I>laco April 24.
termenl w hlch u,.,k
I
DLE-AGE COUPLE
share large, quiet 3-
CBS home. Kosher
bus at door, walking
to Synagogue. Two bed-
reilable. $50 mo. yearly
utilities.
200 N.E. 134th St.
list or Accordionist
id for Jewish Concerts.
Martin Chochem
/o Congress Hotel
1036 Ocean Drive
ami Beach 39. Fla.
lay from 10 to 12 A.M.
LEON FREED
- ,-i partner in the Henv Lee
Wholesale Grocery Co.,......i !.,", pvi!
aay m Hi, Veterans Administration
Hospital In Cleveland. Mr. Freed !,
Wed a, 42i b. Mlaml A Jad'heS
.,/'", 5.....V ',,'"-......eath, it was reported here
During World War II, Mr i ....
s.-i\.;ti three years In the I-t.il.
Services were held at Mo
1 hapel in i:.....ki> n.
JAMES M. BECK
I. "f 231.1 fin, tre. i 'i ive,
promoter rrom Brooklyn, passed nwav
'". ih- l.th. II- leaves lii.~ wit,. i;,,....
a Bister, Mrs, Leah Levj one broth '
Joseph. The remali
lii'<>f>kl\ n by
Chapel, Miami
;.iui Interment.
r,
win- Kent to
Riverside Memorial
Beach, fur sen li es
SAMUEL OSHER
82, of 1925 Washington \\... n win.
ter visitor from Blddeford, Maine
where in- was a hardware merchant,
passed away on the 17th, leaving
ins wire, Leah, four sons and one
daughter. The remains were senl to
Blddeford for services and Interment
by Rlversldo Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach.
SOVER GREETINGS
fWALTER A.
RICH'S MARKET
N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 89-5651
MORRIS GOLDSTEIN
63. of 3025 Indian Creek Drive,
B diamond dealer from Now York
City, passed away on the 17th. He
in survived by three sisters and three
brothers. The remains were sent to
New York for services and interment
by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach.
ROSE LANGNER
56, of "3.". Collins Ave., a winter
visitor from Brooklyn, passed away
on the 21st. She is survived by four
sons. Riverside Memorial Chapel, .Mi-
ami Beach, sent the remains to
Brooklyn for services and Interment.
CHAPPELL
%
Biscayne Building
DAVID ROSENBERG
78. father of Billy Rose, passed
away on the 19th in St. Francis Hos-
pital. Mr. Rosenberg, a former New
York merchant, resided at ,'.3fi 14th
St. Surviving, In addition to his son.
are two daughters, Mrs. Polly ilott-
lieb. I>.s Angeles, and Mrs. Mirian
Stern, New York. Services were -on-
ducted in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Miami Beach, with Interment In Mt.
Nebo.
ABRAHAM LIBLIT
60. a Jeweler from Far Rockaway.
I,. I., passed away on the 21st while
visiting here. He leaves his wife.
Clara. The remains were sent to Far
Rockaway for services mid interment
by Riverside Memorial chapel, Miami
Beach.
MRS. DOROTHY G SALWEN
62. a winter visitor from scranton,
passed away on the i'jn.1. she had
been spending winters here for the
last l'ii years. She leaves her husband,
Isaac: two daughters, of Scranton.
The remains were senl to that city
for services and Interment by River-
side Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach.
PNES CAST
>NE SHOP
l E. 54th Street
'hone 7-0314
GUS EDELSTEIN
62, of ISS E. San Marino Drive.
passed away on the 23rd He was
veteran of the first World Wai and
was president of the 'Jus Bdelsteln
and Bros. Hosiery Company, of New
York. II- is survived by tin sisters.
'I'll., remains were sent by Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach, to
New fork for services ami Interment.
OY HOTEL
|n Year Around"
iW. Second Street
LEM INN
File and Pete Francis
jand enjoy the pleasure
Pg on the water .
'ood prepared by ex-
nominal prices.
50 Northwest
- River Drive
river just below
5th St. Bridge.
*>g tor your car .
aga f0r your boa,
\ "> 5 A.M.
LPETE ft-mwi
DR. ADOLF DONNER
7."., of 8SS s.w 7tb St., passed away
April 19. He came here n year ago
from New fork City where he was a
prominent surgeon. He leaves his wife.
Ray, and a sister, Mrs, E. Hahan ol
Bucharest, Roumanla, Services were
conducted In Gordon Funeral Home.
JOSEPH E. SALINGER
68, ..f 1888 N W. nnii si died sud-
denly, at his home April 19. He lived
here for 13 years, coming rrom
Owensboro, Kj and was the owner
of the Laura Lee Candy concern He
leaves his wife, Harriett, and a Bister,
Mrs. Marry Bueckler, Newark, N, ,i
Services were conducted a( Gordon
Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Narot. |
^-------- |
Isaac Slepian Dies,
Annual Winter Visitor
Word has been received of the
death of Isaac Slepian, 63, of
Buffalo, N. Y., on April 12. Mr. !
Slepian who has been an annual
winter visitor to this area for .the !
past 15 years, was a retired
wholesale produce broker.
Founder of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association in Buffalo, he
was a member of the Buffalo
Hebrew Old Aged Home and
numerous other philanthropic or-
ganizations.
Survivors include his wife,
Sonia; sons, Samuel, Dr. Alex-
ander and Abraham, all of Buf-
falo; brothers, Herman of Miami,
and Jess Herbert of New York;
sister, Mrs. Sophie Kalina, New
York.
SKNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
__ ANNA ROSENMAN
,.l '. ,llCk ''"" '........ !"'-
nard Roaenman, of Huntlngton: and
two daughtera krs, Marion WelnttaL
Fl's ;J""i M,s- *'' Steadman ol
<.!.""-" ^"-- were held In the
;'''''' ''"""''" l':i'""1 """ Rabbi
*J* Place in the family plot at Ml !

M.
FANNIE BOGUS
passed away al her home In
"ii Raton. She lived here for 13
'a omlng fr im St. Louis. Survlv-
nd, Nashville, Mrs. Blanche Lappln.
Mrs. Cecil Abbott, St, Louis,
s. N-'ti- Hutkin and Mis. |. ,.,,.
'I'lhcnt, ol Boca Raton, and M
ion- tioldman ,.f Hollywood, Sen
- were conducted In the Cordon
lrJ;ral t hi.....1 with Interment In the
mily plot .it Woodlawn Park.
JOSEPH RABIN0V1TZ
60, passed away al Miami Beach on
..('li ... ,'"' ""mains were senl to
l hlliidelphla for services and Inter-
'"'"' by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1830 '
aii,in Road,
JUNE
ALFRED CHARLES SILVERMAN
19. of 38 N.W, 25th Ave., passed
away April IS al Ft. Bennfng, Qa.,
where he has been hospitalised as a
result ,.i wounds Buffered In the
Korean war, Sen Ices were conducted
at Gordon Funeral Chapel by Ital.l.i
Max Shapiro. Intermenl took place
in woodlawn Park Cemetery. Military
services were held at the uravesid'e
l>> the .I. wish War Veterans, Norman
Brace Brown Post. Survivors Include
bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Sllverman; two sisters, Gloria and
Mrs, Marian Spellman, of Miami.
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vJewistncridiar
i Heath Center Sisterhood Installs
hv> WDKVlffa fcers \t Luncheon At Saxony
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5 3595
SKIN
DISEASES
A New Approach
IN TREATMENT
Dr H. W. Ha.ig
9-W2 Harding Avc.
Ph. 8u-6:'34
Miami Be.ich
Try Our High Test Gas You
Will Like It
Cars Washed and Polished
BOB'S SERVICE STATION
AMOCO PRODUCTS
802 N. W. 4th Street
PHONE 82-9146
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
ON PASSOVER WEEK
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP, Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-7402
Installation
Sisterhood of the
TWENTY-THIRD SEASON 1950 1951
UNIVERSITY 0FM4AMI SYJffHOnY ORCHESTRA
i, Conductor
S .:. *". A: .'. | I Municipal
A
M n Eve., April 30, B:30 p.m., Mian.: Seni i High School
smi
ANDERSEN
PIANIST
rickets SI.50. S
I Mia '. In
Mrs. Ira C. Wa'.sey. right, outgoing president of the Mian*
Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood, congratulates Mrs. Jack Falk.
new president, as Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, looks on.
of officers of the tress for the luncheon was Mrs.
imi Beach Alfred Stone Flowers wewU*en
I U4 A .1 ,. l':"'' "f !>' MrS Nat H' Hank(>ff
Jewish Center highlighted then and Mrs. Irving Cypen. In charg*
annual luncheon last week at the f ,h(, hospitality committee was
Pagoda Room of the Saxony Ho- Mrg Benjamin 3 Wolff. Printing
tel I was handled by Mrs. Bernard F.
Chairman of tl e affair was stern.
Mrs Michael rose, assisted by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, pro-
Mi-.- William Feuer. Toastmis- gram chairman, arranged a fash-
11 --. iw with gowns I y Ann Jef-
Stud I furs by Pinto.
Music for tl e fashion show was
I by Harry Rogers at the
M Goods an,
Voial selection.- were rendered
Cantoi Jacob Y. Goldring. ac-
companied by Mrs. Ben Yomen
at the pia
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual li the C< nter, ad-
dressed the gathering of over 300
on the subject, "A New
i. I Begii ch irged
th< officers and members of the
duties and
responsibilities for the future.
Mrs. Ira C( il< v, al 51 .. out inj
fered gn tings
t the rites w 1 11
'' .' k J. Falk
; lent. Mrs M n
pn
Mrs. Irving Le] n n; vii
'' Willi im ;
Zion Gil .. Gold-
uel Lip- I
Raj I Rubin Tin 1 lore
H kol : Col. W Isej tn
r, Mrs. Samuel Gin [; fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Samuel
1 retary, Mrs.
Bermai
B F Stern;
spending secretary, Mrs. Samuel
Oka and Mrs. Nathan Slome;
auditor, Mr- 11 1 :s
eludes
I
Harry Co
:
Hal-
. : "
H. M
'
n. Al 1
ittei Earl
Ri 1 .
>" Pi R
Julius Ro-
" S 3 'Tiller Jul-
Setigman. Ed Singer, Milton
|rkin. Alfred Stone. George
Sugermen Alexander Sussman
Hy Sweet Nelan Sweet. G
J Tahanoff, Michael Tose, Wil-
bur Wiahner, Benjamin B Wolff
and Leonard Wolfe
Mrt'^v.nf l"^11'"8 offlcer w"
wrs. Irving Lehrman.
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chor
Ben Yomen, Conductor Margaret Hen v
SUNDAY. APRIL 29. 8:30 P.M ^ ^
at
14th St
MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Street and Drexel Avenue. Mlami B
presenting tac-
"ESTHER HAMALKE"
Cantata for CHORUS and TENOR r#
Music by MAURICE RAUCH
NATHANIEL SPRINZEN. Tenor New York Civic 0
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BEN YOMEN. Conductor
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Phones 3-2244. 2-6632_____________________ S40 S.W. lit :
CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE
425 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. Telephone 240
Passover Greetings
to the Entire Jewish lomninnilT
Phone 4-9463
Lubrication, Tire RepsiM
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The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
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APRIL 27, 1951
+Jewist thrkUan
|v
Ir
Ja
roceeds To
laven School
school will get the pro-
fcni the Dramatic Aca-
Bduction of "Cheaper
lozen" at Miami Beach
Auditorium. May 27-
ee-act comedy is un-
ion of Lillian Pox
E. Foreman, academy
rs.
: trmance is sched-
27 with admission
vri fiO cents including
|M;iy 28 production will
Sly for adults with the
for tin' evening per-
set at $1.20, tax in-
pspectod At
ll'rith Meet
Ued from Page 1 A)
will be principal
t the banquet Sunday
JE. Albert Pallot. gen-
pi nlion chairman, is
succeed Kleinfeld as
Sdcnt.
the delegates who will
convention from va-
> of the state are: St.
. Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Dr. and Mrs. Julius
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
. and Mrs. Al Feldman,
is. Bon Feldman, Mr.
James Moed, Mr. and
ci Slimer, Mr. and Mrs.
vda, Mr. and Mrs.
<; ildman, Edward
ml Joseph Silverberg;
! Mr. and Mrs.
. Sr., Mrs. Lottie
Mrs. Eva Leff, Mrs,
. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Julius
I i, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.
I M and Mrs.
ir. an I Mrs. Leo
Mi. and Mrs. Harry
Beth Jacob Reelects
Whitman President
David Whitman was reelected
by acclaim for a fourth successive
year as president oi gation
Beth Jacob at its annual meeting
held Sunday. April 22.
Elected with him as officers for
PAGE 11 A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
mni"*Mrwon
he undersigned, del ring. ,
',- under the fictitious name o"
!.' \ s'on ol Hen ity nl .::,; s
"IAv. Miami, intend* to
I l-.MA SIMPS' IN,
1.7 5/I-1I-1?' ""'"'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.,S"'' HEREBY niVRN thai
wi'" tajte'ln
IwmITi"' "'lel
Whit,
.Miami lleach, Fla., Intend to r,
| Mid name with the Clerk o the
' lr'"1' Courl ol I) de rount .i orlda.
H R GORDON
JA<'OH 11 noRrn ,\*
MAMRER and LIFTER
for Applicants
i. ncoln Road
4/20-27 :. l-ll
i the current year were Joseph
Cohen, first vice president, and
David Goldstein, second vice
president.
Marcie Liberman was reelected
treasurer; Saul Genet, recording
'secretary; and Leo Meyer, fi-
i nancial seci etary.
A financial report waS ren-
dered and plan- and projects for
the coming year were discussed.
M
jreen, R
lothberg,
tosenthai
Uar!
nd Mr. and Mrs.
i\ Tampa. Mr, and
B. Wolfson, Mr. and
s Fine, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrice
Mi. and Mrs. Sol
'. ind Mrs. Eugene
nd Mrs. Nathan
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mr and Mrs J.
. Mrs. Grace Buha,
ittle. Sam Sugarman,
on and Harry Bern-
ahassee, Mr. and Mrs.
ick and Sam Robbins;
le, Mr. and Mrs. MoPris
n and Mrs. Harry
; Orlando, Mr. and
y J. Cohen, Mr. and
i Daniels. H. J. George
Al Amoff; Hollywood,
rger.
North Dade Units To Meet
Next meeting of the North
Dade Jewish Center will be held
Wednesday. May 2, at 8:15 p.m.
at the center.
The Sisterhood of the North
Dade Center will meet May 14
at 8:15 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIiV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Martin Food Products at 10 S. E. 5th
Street, Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAUL MARTIN
4/27 .1-4-11-18
The address of 315 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, erroneously
appeared In an advertisement of
Stone's Liquor Stores in our issue of
April 20th.
KM
14
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Get
EXTRA
interest 01
your surplus funds

i#
INTEREST
on Savings'-- Compounded Twice a Year
Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation, Washington, D. C. up }o $10,000.00
INDUSTRIAL
Leonard L Abtu. President
46 W. FLAGLER ST.
OPP. COURT HOUSE
MIAMI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
oi- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PADE
HIM9NTT- lN CHANCERY, No.
CHARLES GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
ALICE GROSS, Defendant.
TO: ALICE GRI IBS
e o B. Llebowlti
60 Alabama Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .-, Bill of Complaint dor Divorce
I.....n filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill or Com-
plalnl <>ii the Plaintiffs attorney, anu
file the original Answer In the Office
or th,' Clerk of the Clrcull Court ,m
or before the 23rd day of May, 1951,
in default of which, the BUI of C im-
plaint win be taken as confessed
against you.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Dade I 'ounty, Florida, this 23rd day
of April, IBS1.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull < '.o n i
(Clrcull Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
LEO SH FINER
ey for Plaintiff
302 Roper !' Id ng
Miami 32, Florida
i 27 :, i-ii-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT C< ll'RT I IF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR O \ DE Cl 1UNTY, l-'l., 'KM 'A
IN CHANCERY, No 1 i
BERNICE C. PIASECKI. Plaintiff,
vs. JERSZT PIASECKI, Defendant.
TO: JEItSZY PIASECKI
c o l iydnla American Lines
Pearl Street
New York City, Mew York
and 'or
JERSZY PIASECKI
c o Mrs, Anna I 'lase, ka
ri. Lowk-ka No. ll
Kklernlewlce, Poland
YOU are hereby required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney and to file the original
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
24 day of May. AD. 1951. otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as conf.ssed bv you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24
day of April, A.D. 1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
MURRAY GOODMAN
910-12 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
4/27 5/4-11-IS
SX
t*0!$I SAVINGS BANK IN THi SOUTH
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, NO.
137085.
JOSEPH E. JACOBSON, Plaintiff va
SALLY GOLD&CHLAOER, LEO
QOLDSCHLAGER, JEAN SILVER-
STEIN, DORIS n. FORMAN, VIC-
ToR l.KYINK and RUACH F'l-
NANCE CORPORATION,
I vfendnnts.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, .,- Bpeclal Master
and by virtue of th,- Final Decree
of Foreclosure heretofore entered In
that certain cause pending In the
Clrcull Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for Dade
County, in Chancery, bring Chancery
Case No. 137085, In which JOSEPH
i: JACOB90N is the Plaintiff and
SALLY COLDSCHLAOER, LEO
QOLDSCHLAGER, JEAN SILVER-
STEIN, DORIS D. FORMAN, VICTOR
LEVINE and BEACH FINANCE
CORPORATION, are the Defendants.
I. as Special Master In Chancery ap-
pointed by the Court In said Decree,
under and by virtue of the terms
thereof, will offer for sale, and sell
at public outcry to the highest and
lost bidder for cash at the south
front door of the Dade County Court -
house. In the City of Miami, Florida,
on the 31st day of May, A.D. 1951.
between the hours of 11:00 o'clock
A. M. and 2:00 o'clock P. M. the
same being a legal sales day and the
hours the legal hours of sale, the
following described property situate
In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 2 Block 50 of OCEAN F.KAi'll
ADDITION No. .1 according to the
Plat thereof, recorded in Flat
Book 7 at I "age 4S of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida;
commonly known as the SODA
CAR. located at :!-'4 Washington
Avenue. Miami Reach. Florida:
and together with all improve-
ments ii|Min said land and fix-
tures, furniture and furnishings
therein. ,j .
The Said property as aforesaid, to-
gether with all the tenements, heredit-
aments ami appurtenances thereunto
belonging, or In any wise appertaining,
being sold to satisfy said Decree.
DATED: this :'l day of April, A.D.
FRED R BAISDEN
Special Master in Chancery.
MILTON" R. MANNHEIMER
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
4/27 5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIR,TIT COURT OF THR
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND I OR DADE C( lUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
1 102
K"SI.\ \ c SMITH. Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SMITH, 1
r., .1 iseph S
Astoi la, L, ng i land, New York
VOU ARE HEREBY REQUIR1 i I
serve a opj of j to th
bill of complaint In the above i
*<>r dlvoi ......
and file the original In I
'!l......
I.. i, 1951,
bill f eompli m will
- 'I by you,
Dated, till of \
' B LEA1 HERMAN,

Dade County, i :
Court 6
I-.- M C. FEIGE,
MYERS, human, KAPJ
Attornej i foi Pla ntlff
630 Seybold Building
Miami 32, Floi
l 20-27 5. l-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
in ,'hancery, No. 110551
EVELYN WARD. Plaintiff, vs. .
DONALD WARD, Defendant.
To: DONALD WARD, Defendant
88-05 Springfield Blvd.
Bayslde, Long Island, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce lias
been filed against you. and you are
i quired to s, i ve a opy of youi
Answer to said Bill on the Plaintiffs
attorney, NORMAN l: LYONS, B10
Olympia Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer in the ( ifl ce
of th,' Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Miami, Dade County, Florida, on or
before the 23rd day of May, 1951, or
a decree pro confesso will be entered
ti g ilnsl you.
DATED this :'i day of April, 1951
at Miami, Dade County, Florida.
E B LEATHERMAN,
1' rk ol 'unit 'ourt,
Dade County, Florida.
i, circuit i 'oui t s 11
By M. ''. FEIOE,
1 le i It}
4 27 5/4-11-18
notice by publication
in the circuit court ,'1 the
fi.f.vi:\ih judici \i. circuit
of ii.< irida in and fdh dade
county. in chancery, no,
1 10650
MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs.
SOPHIE BUCKO,
T, >: S, 'I'lHK IJUCKc I, I
:: GLENWOOD AVENUE
BINGHAMPTON, NEW YORK
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been fib-,1 against you, and you
are hereby required to nerve a i ipj
of your Answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original Answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Cunty. Florida, on or before
the 23rd day of May, 1951, otherwise
the allegations of the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
HATED at Miami, Florida, this 24
day of April, 1951.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-11-12 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/27 5/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' Till-.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF' FLORIDA, IN AND illK DADE
COUNTY. I.N CHANCERY, No.
140396.
HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
l'HILIU TUMAN, Defendant.
To: Philip Tuman
c/o John Tuman.
67(1 West ICnd Avenue.
New York City, N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed against you and you are required
to serve ., copy of your answer or
pleading thereto on the plaintiff's
attorney, HERBERT E. KAUFMAN,
1629 dul'ont Building, Miami 33, Flor-
ida, and file the original answer or
pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
tho 22nd day of May, 1951. If you
fall to do so, Judgment by default
; will be taken against you for the
nllef demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he-published once
[ each week for tour consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldian,
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lsth day of April. 1951.
F:. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk itf the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIC.F..
Deputy Clerk.
HERBERT F. KAUFMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
:
I- the flctl
Malv, i Motel at 17475 C
nue, Miami Hi tend tn
. ; ,
the Circuit i c
SAMUEL I. I.
SOPHIE G. KAUI
I
-. HEiMAN ,v KAPLAN

NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
IN 1 HE IRCUIT COURT I >F Till:
MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUI \ LND
!', IR DAI IE I "UNTY I
IN CHANCERY-, \
I) W. WORSNOF
RUTH l"l. I
d
T( is RUTH F L( IRENCE VV iRSNi
::'.". 'h, il Sti eel
Keamy, New .: i Bey
Yl U ai i equli -1 to serve >
if your Answer to the BUI :' Com-
plaint f, r i Hvoi c...... the Plalni
Attorney and t-- t'i:. the I
Answer In the Offlc, the < 'rk -if
the Clrcull Court on or bel re the
l'i day of May, a D. 1951, othei *
the Bill I Complaint for I :
her.tot',,!,, filed h.r.in will be
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, t rl 11, this 24
daj of April. A.D. 1951.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I lade 'ounty, Floi Ida
II Court S.-al)
By: WM W. sti ICKING
Deputy
Nam., and Address
Plaintiff's Attoi ii.--. .
MURRAY GOODMAN .
91,i-12 Mlvim,.
Miami. Florida
4/2" 5 l-ll-ls
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in tiii: circerr court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC 'I "
, U FLORIDA, IN AND !' i|; DADE
county. in chancery, no.
14,iij;
LOUIS KAHR, Plaintiff, vs.
NAOMI KAHR. D,
SUI FOR D VORCE
TO: NA,i.\II KAHR
885 r inth Street
14, N, w Y
You, N titled
3 |nl
has be,
I to serve i
Ansn er or ng to (
i 'ompl Mm on the i
BEN ESSEN, ESQ
Miami. Floi
AtlSWe 'I Offl.....'
C|,
before tl you
fall to do so, ju,
will be
demanded Com-
pla m:
Tins notl "hall be pub I
each week for foui utlve wteks
In Tin- Jewish Florldian.
DONE AND ORDERED at M
Florida, this 9 day f April, A D.
IS! 1.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Omit. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCKNO,
Deputy Clerk.
bf:n ksskn
823 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attornev for Plaintiff
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FX>R DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY. No.
140061.
LOUIS GREFINnERO. Plaintiff, vs.
CLARA L. UREENBERG.
Defendant.
To: CLARA L. GREENBERG.
1901 Ocean Ave..
Brooklyn, New Y'ork.
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer In tho office of the Clerk Of
the circuit Court on or before the
5 day of May, A.D 1951: otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
6 day of April. 1951.
E. B. LF1ATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dad.- County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla,
4/13-20-27 5/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFTNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF' F'I/)RIDA, IN AND F'OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140476.
LAURA FOI.OER. Plaintiff ,vs.
JOSEPH J. POIX3ER. Defendant.
To: JOSEPH J. POI/1ER,
Residence unknown
Mailing address: c/o: General
Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey,
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21 day of May.
A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
n ill in- taken as < onfess,
you.
Dat.d at Miami. Florida, this the
:u day "t April. 1951.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) : WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Attornev lor Plaintiff,
pi-:: S. % b.-lil Bide Miami. Florida.
I 87 5 i-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THI-: CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
14030S.
JOSEPH KUTCHBR, Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH KUTCHER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH KUTCHER
c/o Sonny Lewis
524 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklvn, New Y'ork
You, SARAH KUTCHER, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the plain-
tiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESy .
823 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or hfeore the 16
day of May. 1451. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall 1>- published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18 day of April, AD.
1951. ,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Clr, ult Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
S23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
4/20-27 5/4-11


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FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951
SEC. B
ikle New Head
illation Slated
Xe H. Weinkle, Miami at-
Bias been elected president
Tern Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
fcnization's oldest unit in
Eh Florida area. He suc-
pidney Aronovitz.
ilc is a graduate of the
lity of Miami Law School
Ke served as a member of
jvtisity debate team. He
Knber of Tau Epsilon Phi
|ty and Congregation Beth
tie served as a commun-
officer in the navy in
jTar II and is a member of
Krican Legion and Jewish
Iterans. He is one of the
ors of a plan to set cheap-
prices for Dade County
Children. The plan is cur-
Ibeing considered by the
ounty School Board.
Jile resides at 2120 S.W.
|rr. with his wife, Zena,
bee children, Caroline,
Ind Louis.
lew president will be of-
installed at the B'nai
State Federeation conven-
the Casablanca Hotel
, 29 and 30.
officers to be indutced
time include vice presi-
frank Jaffe, David Stubin
nford M. Swerdlin; treas-
fcdward S. Roth; corres-
secretary, Marvin Rau-
tording secretary, Joseph
?vis and financial secre-
ernard Newmark.
warden, Sherburt S.
assistant warden, David
Jian; monitor, Sidney M.
litz; assistant monitor, Ed-
] T. Newman; guardian.
Cross Drive
|gs In $231,026
|Rod Cross collection drive
County has almost fully
pledges for 1951 by rais-
jl.026 of the $278,960 quota,
chairmen recently re-
public service division is
ly one which has exceeded
\U\. This includes privately-
companies serving the
such as utilities, post of-
jorkers, radio stations and
apcrs. Their quota was
and was topped by $756.
of that division is O. Eu-
:>ush, Miami banker,
br divisions and their re-
. collections are Miami den-
99 per cent; Coral Gables,
Ir cent; government em-
fcs, 91 per cent; commercial,
cent; industrial and con-
Ion, 83 per cent; and county
on. 80 per cent.
I sub-chairmen in the coun-
vision reported collections
quota in El Portal, Golden
\. Hialeah, Miami Springs,
Miami, Biscayne Gardens
Jouth Miami,
the commercial division,
sub-dvisions were over the
fhey were auto supply, re-
grocers, wholesale grocers,
ael and refrigerator firms,
1 and dental supply con-
florists and furniture
other general report meet-
bill be held soon.
Of Sholem Lodge;! Beach Voters May
For Sunday Night Renter Evenings
* Voting registration offices
-: *?
:ing registration offices on
the first floor of the Miami Beach
City Hall will remain open Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday eve-
nings from 6 to 9 until the May
5 registration deadline, in addi-
tion to the daytime hours from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson
urged voters who intend to regis-
ter to do so as soon as possible
to avoid standing in line as the
deadline approaches
To be eligible for registration,
Tomlinson explained, a person
must have been a resident of
Florida for one year and of Mi-
ami Beach six month.s
All previously registered voters
who failed to vote in the past
two general elections in 1947 and
1949 must register again in order
to vote in the forthcoming elec-
tion, he pointed out.
Any registered voter who has
changed his address since the
last election may apply for a
precinct change by calling city
hall. Change of address cards, he
announced will be sent to voters
requesting them.
Jerome H. Weinkle
Theodore J. Sakowitz; assistant
guardian, Dr. Emanuel Pushkin;
trustees, Herbert Blume, Alex-
ander S. Douglis, Sam Friedman,
Alexander Lion, Judge William
L. Pallot and Irving Saal.
Hebrew Schools
Plan Graduation
First exercises for graduates of
Hebrew schools of Greater Mi-
ami and the first graduating class
of the Community Hebrew High
School have been announced by
Max Meisel, president of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, spon-
soring the program.
Rites are slated for Wednes-
day, May 23, the eve of Lag
B'Omer, at the Miami Women's
Club, 1737 N. Bayshore Drive.
A special cantata, "Hag Habik-
gurim," is now being rehearsed
by the graduates under the di-
rection of Mrs. Miriam Doner-
stag. The program will include
an address by a prominent edu-
cator, awarding of prizes to grad-
uates and presentation of diplo-
mas by the chairmen of educa-
tional boards and rabbis of the
five participating schools, Beth
David Congregation, Congrega-
tion Beth El, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Temple Beth Sholom
and the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation.
The exercises are open to the
public. __
Marines Finish Training
Pfc. Charles Solomon, 19, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Solomon
of 1535 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach, and Pfc. Leroy D. Lewis,
19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
C Lewis of 3608 Anderson Road,
Coral Gables, have completed re-
cruit training at Parns Island,
S. C. Both Marines qualified as
rifle marksmen._________________
High School Senior
Wins NYU Award
A senior at Miami High School,
17-year-old Bruce B. Brauston,
will be the recipient of a New
York University scholarship on
Sunday night, April 29, at a
dinner-dance at the Sherry Fron-
tenac Hotel.
According to Leo Robinson,
president of the NYU Alumni
Club of South Florida, Brauston
is the first student from this area
to be so honored. He added that
this would be the first of a series
of annual scholarships.
Brauston was chosen by a board
consisting of Miss Beulah God-
win, Leonard Wollman, Abe
Rosenberg, Mark Waldman, Mrs.
Dorothy Mondores and Leonard
Kalish, all NYU graduates, said
scholarship chairman Dr. L. L.
Mann.
Brauston has lived in Miami
for the past seven years, but was
born in New York City. He is an
honor student, member of the
Honor Council, Senior Board,
Student Council, Medical Club
and the 93-99 Honor Society.
The NYU Alumni Club of
South Florida has a membership
of approximately 250. Other of-
ficers are Ira Kaye, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Mondores, second vice
president; Stan Wasser, secretary;
and Sydney Wasserman, treas-
urer.
are invited
to attend the
City-wide Rally
in celebration of
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Jewish ball star Cal Abrarr.s a
p:crr.:s:r.; dy-arr.o in the Dodger
powerhouse for the SI season.
:s shewn outside the Brooklyn
dugout as he prepares to warm-
up for action. American Jewish
Press photo
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Irving Cypen was appointed
lad Friday to succeed the late
Dan:,: P. Galen as Miami Beach
judge.
The Beach council unanimously
>ved Cypen for the $6.444-a-
year pos: after his recommenda-
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[ APRIL 27, 1951
+J les Top Males
stance Races
11 Florida Championship,
of the Biseayne dog
seting, demonstrated that
ale of the species seems
le best of it in distance
ye Seed, North American
light Squaw, a trio of
f'nished in the order
(in the big event while
ark, the only other dis-
the field finished fifth.
Se contingent had no ex-
e gals simply outrunning
m box to wire,
conclusion of the third
fek of racing at Biseayne
h Dillon kennel was on
the most earnings. R.
ison came next followed
le Brothers, Paul Suther-
llinger and Blair, J. W.
Fred Whitehead, Paul
L. M. Kirkpatrick and
lutchings. With slightly
Jan five weeks remaining
session, the above stand-
)] undergo changes al-
t'ne ten listed represent
nrerful kennels,
kfeat of Real Huntsman
[cmi-finals for the cham-
put a damper on the
ms of the Randle Bros.
Howcer, the Huntsman
the Championship Con-
in one-fifth of a second
lime than Rye Seed ne-
the Biseayne course
c still holds that world
:ring of 27 consecutive
;, a mark that will prob-
ind for many years.
Prof. Friedl To Speak
Prof. Berthold C. Friedl, of the
modern languages department of
the University of Miami, will be
the guest speaker at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and
Ocean Ct., Miami Beach, on Sat-
urday, April 28, at 8:15 p.m. His
topic will be "The Cultural Re-
birth of Israel."
Prof. Friedl recently spent sev-
eral months in Israel and gave a
course of lectures at the Hebrew
University. Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son will preside.
This will mark the final lec-
ture in the Saturday evening
series, but the Tuesday night ses-
sion will continue all through the
summer.
Next Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr.
Wolfson will lecture on "How To
Live a Hundred Years Happily."
At 9 p.m. the Spinoza Forum
will join America's Town Meet-
ing.
PAGE 3 B
Harold Shapiro, Chairman For 3 Years,
Is Honored By Zionist Luncheon Club
The Zionist Luncheon Club of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
dedicated its last program of the
season as a testimonial in honor
of Harold Shapiro, who has
served as chairman and toast-
master for the past three years.
Alex Van Straaten, president
of the Zionist District, made he
presentation and Daniel Broad,
chairman of the resolutions com-
mittee made the dedicatory re-
marks.
Shapiro was presented with a
plaque which read:
"Scroll presented to Harold
Shapiro by the Miami Beach
Zionist District in recognition of
three years of outstanding work
as chairman of the Zionist
Luncheon Club of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and as a
faithful co-worker in all activi-
ties of advance Judaism and
Zionism."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, as guest
speaker, praised Shapiro for his
activities on behalf of American-
ism, Judaism and Zionism and
outlined the work yet to be done
by American Jews on behalf of
this country s well as of Israel.
Representatives of 12 of the
organizations in which Shapiro
has been active were present to
honor him. Four hundred per-
sons, the largest audience that
has ever attended a luncheon in
the history of the Zionist District,
were present. Seymour B. Lieb-
man acted as toastmaster, Charles
H. Lee presented latest Israeli
news and Jacob Fishman led
community singing. Arrangements
were handled by Daniel M.
Broad assisted by Jacob C. Fish-
man, Irving Schatzman, Sam
Prosterman, Charles H. Lee, Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer and Doris
Pardo, executive secretary.
Shapiro, a practicing attorney
in Miami Beach is one of the
founders of Temple Isaiah, Miami
Beach, and is honorary chairman
of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami. He is
a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and served as
chairman of their Speakers' Bu-
reau this year.
I B'rith Announces
Bowling Dates
I B'nai B'rith Bowling Lea-
I South Florida has an-
I d now bowling dates start-
I mncsday evenings. May 2,
| pswick Bowland 220 N.E.
|t
png chairman, Charles
has issued a call for
to report at 9 p.m. At
fcie B'nai B'rith will launch
pier tournaments.
ktary of the league is
Vci ner, formerly secretary
Detroit B'nai B'rith Lodge
" i ague.
Widmark In Radio Drama
Richard Widmark, noted Hol-
lywood actor, is starred in "The
Man in the Plane," concluding
program in the "Lest We Forget
the New Forntier" radio series
heard every Sunday afternoon,
over station WKAT, at 3:30 p.m.
The program is scheduled for
Sunday, April 29.
The New Frontier was pro-
duced by Harold Franklin for the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion and presented in Greater
Miami through the cooperation of
I Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith and
the Anti-Defamation League.
Name Band Secured
For Center Affair
Hazel Essen, chairman of the
membership committee of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, has announced that arrange-
ments have been completed with
Roy Singer, president of the
Musician's Local Union, for a
name band to furnish the music
for the center's membership re-
ception on Sunday, May 6, 8
p.m. at the Variety Club, atop
the Alcazar Hotel.
Invitations for this event are
being issued to those who have
procured new members and to
new members.
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three years.
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Granada Religious
fill conduct holiday eve-
irices on Thursday and
[at 6:45 p.m. Morning
will be held Friday and
| at 9 a.m. Special memo-
lices will take place at
Iturday morning. Daily
arc held Monday through
It 7:30 a.m., Saturday at
Id Sunday at 8 a.m. Sun-
pol is from 10 to noon.
[School is held Mondays
Inosdays from 4 to 6 p.m.
Israel of West Palm
{cform) will hold Pass-
fviccs Friday evening at
|en Rabbi Richard E.
rill speak on "The Mean-
'assover." Passover can-
ba lighted by Mrs. A.
hers. Concluding services
|jeld Saturday morning at
Yizkor included.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will hold Thursday and Friday
evening services at 6:30 under
the supervision of Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, and on Friday
and Saturday morning at 9
Yiskor services will take place
Saturday at 10:15 a.m. and Sun-
day services at 8 a.m. Services
are held daily at 7:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m.
dush will follow the services.
Adult classes continue at the cen-
ter each Thursday at 8 p.m. with
Joseph Hurwitz teaching Hebrew
and Rabbi Skop lecturing on the
Hebrew bible.
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hold Thursday services at 6:30
p.m. and Friday and Saturday
mornings at 9. Yizkor service will
take place Saturday at 10:30 when
Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss
"In MemoriumOur Beloved."
Cantor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate. Student services will be
*eld Saturday and Sunday morn-
ings at 10:30. The floral offering
will be made by Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose in memory of her beloved
parents, and by Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Sher in memory of Mr.
Sher's father. Rabbi Shapiro will
conduct the "Eternal Light" hour
on WIOD Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
His sermon will be "Eternal
Vigilance."
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox) will hear Rabbi Murray
Grauer at 8:30 Friday morning
when he speaks on "An Israeli
(Victory." He will be heard again
', on Saturday morning when his
topic will be "Jewish Emotions."
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
services will be held at 6:30 p.m.
with daily religious school from
3:30 to 6:30 and Sunday school
at 10 a.m. Cantor Jacob E. Tam-
bor will chant all musical por-
tions.
North Shoro Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold early-
Friday evening services at 6:15
and Yizkor services Saturday
morning at 10:30. At that time
Rabbi Philip Fried will conduct
the services and speak on "Im-
mortality and Its True Signifi-
cance."
Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will
j hear Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
conduct Friday morning services
at 8:30 ard speak on "Crossing in
Safety." Thursday evening serv-
ices will take place at 6:15 and
Friday evening services at 5:30,
At 8:30 Saturday morning, the
rabbi will discuss "Our Hope" to
be followed by a memorial service
at 10:30. Daily services are held
at 7:30 a.m. followed by Mi.schna
' Mincha at 6:30 p.m. is followed
! on Monday and Thursday by a
class in Ein Yakov, and Sunday,
Tuesday and Wednesday by a
class in Jewish Laws and Cus-
toms. Maariv is held daily at 7
p.m.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
| form) will hear Dr. Joseph R.
, Narot discuss "Darkness at Noon,"
;a current drama on the evils of
I Communism, Friday night at 8:15.
Passover services will be held
I Friday morning at 11 and will
Mr elude a memorial service in
[which both Rabbi Narot and
i Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will par-
l ticipate. On Mav 2. the Temple
Men's Club will elect officers.
Miami Hebrew School and Con- \
gregation (Orthodox) will hear
Rabbi Simon April speak on "Is- i
rael's Crowning Redemption",
Friday evening at 6:15. There,
will also be services at 6:15 p.m.
Thursday and 9 a.m. Friday. Sat-
urday services will begin at 9 j
a.m. with Yiskor at 11 and Min- j
cha at 6:15 p.m. followed by.
Maariv. Hebrew school is held
daily from 3:30 to 6:30 and Sun-,
day school is at 10 a.m. Daily j
services take place at 7:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
Temple Isaiah of Miami Beach
(Reform) will hear Rabbi Moshay ,
P. Mann lecture "How Can You
Keep Your Marriage From Be- j
coming Stale?" at the Friday
evening service at 8:30. Saturday ]
at 11 a.m. the rabbi will broad-
cast services over WINZ and dis-
cuss the tojsic, "How Free Are
We?"
West Miami Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold Pass-
over services on Friday and Sat-
urday morning at 9 while Friday
evening services will take place
at 6:30. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will
preach on Saturday morning at
10:45 and Sunday school is at 10
a.m.
Downtown Synagogue (Ortho-
dox) will hear Rabbi Marvin
Zelkowitz speak at the 8:30 a.m
Friday services on "New Inter-
pretation1 For An Old Song."
Services for the last two days of
Passover will commence with the
Thursday evening prayers at 6:30.
Friday service will also begin at
6:30. Final Passover services will
be held Saturday at 8:30 a.m. with
Yizkor at 10:15 a.m. when the
rabbi will speak on "Reflections
and Immortality." Mincha will be
at 6:30 p.m. Services arc held
daily at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
| Rabbi Zelkowitz and Cantor
Louis Jacobskind will officiate at
all Passover services.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
will have concluding Passover
si rvices on Thursday night at 6.
Friday morning at 10:45 and Fri-
day evening at 8:!5. At the morn-
. rvice Rabbi Leon Ki
will speak on "Sayings
Pathi rs." On Saturday, the Bar
.. Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and
i Mrs. Arthur Hirschman. will take
i place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions
of each service.
Miami-Hiale?h Springs Jewish
Community Center will hear
guest speaker Larry Roscma:..
home on leave from the Navy, on
Friday evening. Late services be-
gin at 8:30 p.m. with Cantor Ben
Grossberg chanting.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
holds dailv services at 8 a.m. and
6 p.m. with Friday service at 9
a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
speak on "Song of the Spirit" at
that time. Saturday service will
be at 9 a.m. with Yizkor at 10.
The rabbi will discuss the mean-
ing ol Yizkor. Sunday school be-
gins at 10 a.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox) will have Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff and Cantor Louis D.
Feder officiate at the closing
service of Passover to be held at
630 pm. Thursday and Friday
and 8:30 a.m. Friday and Satur-
day. The rabbi's topic will be A
World at Sea" on Friday, and
Saturday he will speak on Ap-
pear Before Your God" at 10.30
a.m.
Young Israel Synagogue of Mi-
ami Beach invites all members
from other parts of the country
now visiting in Miami Beach to
attend its services. They will be
held Thursday and Friday eve-
ning at 6:15, Saturday at 9 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. and daily at 8 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
Tfereth Israel Northside Center
will hold services at 4316 N.W.
7th Ave. conducted by Cantor,
Teitelbaum. Services will be held
Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m.
and Friday and Saturday at 9
a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative) has announced its
schedule of services as follows:
Seventh day of Passover, April
27, 6:45 p.m., eighth day Pass-
over, April 28, 9 a.m.; and memo-
rial service on AjH'il 28 at 10:30 ;
a.m. Services are held daily at;
8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will preach at all morn- .
ing services, and Cantor Jacob |
Y. Goldring will chant. Children's
Passover services will be held at
10 a.m. on April 27 and 28.
Kneseth Israel (Orthodox) will
have Thursday evening services
at 6:30. Cantor Abraham Seif will
conduct. Friday and Saturday
morning, services will be con-
ducted at 8:30 by the cantor. At.
4-30 p.m. a class in Talmud will
be held. Mincha at 6 will be fol-
lowed by Zmira and Maariv.
Daily services are held at 8 a.m.
followed by a class in Jewish i
Laws and customs.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal) will hear Rabbi Morris
A Skop's sermon on "How Otliei
Jews Keep Pesach" at Friday
evening services at 8:15. Satui-
day service will begin at 9:30 a.m.
and Yizkor at 10:30. Pesach Kid-
Temple Beth El of West Palm
Beach (Conservative) will con-
duct Friday evening services at
6:30. Saturday morning services
at 9, all under the direction of
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. He-'
brew school is held Monday,
through Thursday at 3 p.m.
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APRIL 27, 1951
fJewisli Ikr/Uin
Piy Thompson
Zionism
|GO, (JTA)"Zionist at-
consider all Jews, in or
iael as part of the Jewish
nation cannot possibly
Stable to any non-Jew
anti-Semite," Dorothy
In, American publicist,
[here addressing the an-
ference of the American
(for Judaism,
ktating that Zionist inter-
Is of "Jewish nation-
ad created problems for
and other Jews, Miss
^n went on to say that
of Israel and its rela-
th the Arab countries "is
ling to an international
in which Americans as
are concerned." She as-
Ihat peace between the
Res and Israel was possi-
fy if the U. S. ceases to
state in the Middle East
paiticular protection and
adopts more detachment
kality of treatment, and
5e displaced Arabs are
compensated for their
ptg that discrimination
fccticed against the Arab
population in Israel,
ompson said: "Despite all
Ims of the Zionists, the
le Arab population, who
jt not more than 15 per-
the original indigenous
labitants, live as second-
zens, with serious restric-
^ their rights. The fact
abs can sit in the Knesset
give them equal rights
ens with Jews. And it is
atutes which are respons-
B flow of Arab refugees
Palestine that has never
to this day.
Jew York, Charles H. Sil-
resident of the Amun-
lousing Corporation, is-
statement defending the
bf American Jews to sell
Ibonds in the United States.
fatement was in answer to
Ration made Friday by
J. Rosenwald, president
American Council for
l. at the convention in
|o. that American Jews
cing "pressured" to sell
j bunds.)
Lesowoder To
Jress AJC Unit
Ehiel Lesowoder will
[to the Brandeis Chapter of
omen's Division, American
Congress, on Monday,
130, at 1 p.m. at the Hotel
Tito. Miami Beach. Her topic
"Youth and World Jewish
Frank Berger, Brandeis
er president, announces
ie group will elect officers
ne coming year at the
id-
PAGE 7B
New Draft Board
Set Up On Beach
A new Selective Service board
covering Miami Beach and unin-
corporated areas north to Broward
County was created recently by
Gen. Vivian Collins, state di-
rector of Selective Service.
Five Beach residents named to
the board by the general are
Fred W. Vanderpool, Leonard L.
Abess, Philip G. Bari, William
C. McCabe and Edward R. Cope-
land.
Shepard Board, mayor of the
Town of Bay Harbor Islands, has
been named appeal agent, while
Miss Alice Manasse will be clerk
in charge and Miss Rose Shapiro
will be assistant clerk.
Creation of this board, No. 169,
is part of a planned expansion in
Dade county from three to nine.
More than 500 persons attended the ground -t leaking ceremonies of the North Shore Jewish
Center on Sunday, April 15, at 75th St. and Dickens Ave., Miami Beach. Pictured here are officers
and members of the center's board (front row, 1. to r.) Al Mechlowitz, Harry Tessler, Jack
Klinger, Samuel J. Jaffee, third vice president; Melvin Pazol, president; (second row) Gus Barg.
Morris Dollinger, one of the founders of the congregation; Jack Prilt, treasurer; Leo Steinman,
second vice president and chairman of the day's program; Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual leader; Lester
Lasky, secretary; Abe Weintraub, fourth vice president; Louis Fishman; Jacob Mayblum. fifth vice
president; (third row) Phil Pritzert, financial secretary; and Moe Thau.
IN THE MAIL
Result*
April 20, 1951
Editor. The Jewish Floridian
Dear Mr. Shochet:
By 10:30 o'clock this morning
we had tnree emp:oyers phone
us with job openings. I think that
this was due to the splendid in-
terpretive story in the Passover
issue of The Jewish Floridian.
Many thanks.
HAROLD KRAMER,
Executive Director,
Jewish Vocational Service.
Thanks
Editor, The Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir: On behalf of the
Know Your Neighbor Club
thanks for the splendid coopera-
tion. We are very proud of the
press notices you have been giv-
ing us.
Sincerely,
MARY SHAFFER
Press Chairman.
B'nai B'rith Units Set
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The annual Coral Gables Lodge
and Women's Chapter, B'nai
B'rith, installation and dinner
dance will be held on Sunday,
May 6, at the Floridian Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sidney Suss and Lewis
Pomerantz will be installed as
presidents of the two groups. Co-
chairmen of the affair will be
Mrs. Henry Ehrenkranz and Her-
bert Weiss.
The banquet is scheduled to
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dence, R. I., in 1918. Active in
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he was chairman of the temple's
board from its inception in 1942
until 1948. He succeeds Louis J.
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PAGE 11 B
EGAL KOTICE
OF PUBLICATION
IRCUFT Cor FIT OF TIFF1;
biciw, CIRCUIT IN AND
>F. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
EERY, No. 140058.
BIGLINGER, 1'laliitlff, vs.
LINGER, Defendant.
BIGLINGER
Strasser
Germany
|reby notified thai a Ttiu
jni for l Ivon e Mas bean
It you :t ikI you are hereby
\ serve copy "f your
(the Bill ol Complaint on
attorney and file the
Lgu.T in the office of the
l Circuit Court on or before
of May, IMli otherwise,
Ions of said Itlll of Com-
be taken as confessed
i r, day of April, 1961.
E it.' LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
luit Seal)
By R. H. RFCK, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
I. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
r Plaintiff
, Road
fch. Florida
1/4
ICE TO CREDITORS
rt'XTT JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DAF)E COUNTY,
. IN PROBATE, No.
TATE OF
It sayetta,
fed.
realtors and All Persons
Bairns or Demands Against
each of you, are hereby
required to present any
demands which you, or
dii, may have against the
jERBERT SAYETTA, de-
i.f I>ade County, Florida,
, W F. 111.ANTON. County
|>adc County, and file the
is office In the County
i:i I'acle County. Florida.
Jit calendar months from
[the flrsl publication hereof,
or demands to contain the
of the claimant and to
|o and presented as aforc-
will be haired.
rll 9, A.I'. 1951.
BESSIE JACOBT,
hinlstratrlx of the Estate
lit BERT SAYETTA, De-
B. LlEBMAN
Administratrix
IE BY PUBLICATION
BRCUIT court op the
M'TAL CIRCUIT IN ANH
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CERY, No, l I0MO.
VANDERNIET, Plaintiff,
[RUDE HELEN
PCIET, Defendant.
Btl'DE HELEN
IN I FT,
Btn et
pen, New Jersey
required to serve a copy
lower to the Bill of Com-
[Divorce on the Plaintiff's
and to file the Original
the Office of the Clerk of
Court on or before the
May, A.D. 1951, otherwise.
bf Complaint for Divorce
[filed herein will be taken
by you.
at Miami, Florida, this
April, A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
burt Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
DeputyClerk.
Address of
Solicitor:
R. LYONS,
kla Building
brida
K i
\E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GFVEN that
ligiicd, desiring to engage in
pinle!' the fictitious name of
ettei- Service at 110 Miller
tde, 229 N. E. 1st Ave..
., Intend to register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
[D de Countv, Florida.
1 P. COCHRANE
WILLIAM 5 l
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I- HEREBY GIVEN that
-a.d, desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
I' WAGE CONSULTING
802 Roper Building. 20
i Avenue, Miami, Florida,
register said name with
of the Circuit Court of
ly, Florida.
GUSTAV L. VICTOR
I
[TTENTION
TORNEYS!
Jewish Floridicra c-
your legal notices.
appreciate your
3nage and cruaran-
| accurate service at
rates. Phone 2-1141
[messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
... N.7,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT o" TIFF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
140211. ~ CHANCERY, No.
"S^S'LEVINE, Plaintiff, vs.
t'^^x,!;1^]^.!."'"1"1-'-
33KG 33rd Street, Astoria
L0n Is! in,i. New y,.K '
You are required to serve a cony of
your answer to the Bill of Complain
*or Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorney,
';' joflto tl.....rlglnal answer In the
office of the Clerk of th. circuit Court
on or before the n day of May, \ D
'!; ii'u'.''"'"'','- "'" .BUI "f Complaint
[,.' P,vorce' heretofore filed herein,
i 1 ..-taken as confessed l,v v.
ii ,t,' ;" .M,Smi' Florida, this the
11 day of April, 1951,
B. B LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
,,,. "'"'' County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKINB
MILTON A. KR..C..MAN,0,""V '"'"k
Attorney for Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
u~~~. NAME LAW
... OTICE.IS PBRBBY GIVEN that
ho undersigned, desiring to engage In
V.'\B^8 "n VACATION MODES OF MIAMI at
number 127 N W 2nd Street In the
Clt.% of Miami. Florida, intends to
register the Bald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
A. & B. GARMENT CO., INC
By NORMAN H. ROTIISTEIN
President
FOKES & FRFSHMAN
Attorneys
420 Lincoln Road
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE FS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,
business under the fictitious name of
SAM THE CHINA-MAN at 8212 N W.
7th Ave.. intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
SAMUEL .1. JAFFEE
LESTER LA8KY
Attorney for Samuel .1. Jaffee
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious name ,,f
YOUNG'S FRUIT SHIPPERS al 211
Sunny Isles Boulevard, Miami i
41, Kla.. Intend t., register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dad< County, Florida.
H. L. YOUNG
WILLIAM BOXER
FOKES A FRI8HMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Humpty Dumpty Toyland at 4036 Red
Road, South Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACOB BERMAN
SIDNEY ROBBINS
Attorney for Applicant
901 N.E. 2nd Ave.
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140151.
LEON HYMOWITZ. Plaintiff, vs.
ROSE HYMOWITZ, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROSE HYMOWITZ
333 Blake Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You. ROSE HYMOWITZ. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, S23 S, yhold
Bids., Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the i" day of
May, 1931. if you fail t" do so, ids
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Dill of Complaint.
Phis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in The Jewish Florid Ian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1U day of April, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) -~,
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN BS8BN
v2:i sVvbold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plalntif
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Al.l M A-I.OCK AW MM! Sill TIER
CO. (not inc.) at lildg. 1418, Avenue
E: 20th St. Airport, Rt. 1, Box 1S1.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the < lr-
'"it''""l"li:^M;M,|i1!u"rr
AWNING COMPANY
a Florida corporation, owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Atomey for Aluminum Roll-Up
Awning Company,
a Florida corporation
4/13-20-27 5 l ______________
ITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3S36
1ft N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI M. -*
iv tNOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii I'-' "'-''''IT Cfii-RT OF THE
,',, .,, V'","'IAI' CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AM. FOR DADE
H^SKsT ,N CHANCBR*. *-
Bw*Ar9P?? ''JSSES, Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD U88E8, Defendant.
TO: HAROLD LIS8ES, 13S3 Darby
1...... Forresl Lake Manor, Wan-
tagta, Long Island, New Fork:
Tou are required to serve a cony
Of your answer to the bill of com'-
plaint for divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, Arnold Watts. g2S North
': i "lie, Miami, Florida,
and file the original in the office f
Dated this March 29th 19."l
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,_. Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKFNO.
4/6-13-20-27 DePUty C'erk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine City Transfer and Storage
at 1101 N.E. 1st Ave Miami, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CHARLES BATTBNSTEIN,
Sole Owner.
4/6-1.1-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .ICDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1411013.
MAY Toy LEE YEE, Plaintiff, vs.
CHICK now YEE. Defendant.
To: CHUCK GOW YEE,
146 Hester Street.
New York, New York.
You are required to serve a copv
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original an-
swer in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th day
Of May. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the
Bill of cmpialnt for Divorce, here-
''..... filed herein, will be taken as
c nfessed by you.
Dai,-,i at Miami, Florida, this the
4th day of April, 1931.
l: I'.. LEATHERMAN,
1 ei k of the Circuit 'ourt,
Dade <'unity, Holida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w\ STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Mil. ToN A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
4/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOFl DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25752.
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERMAN OLICKSBBRO,
I leeeased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands ?.gainst Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which yiu, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of iiicrman of-icksp.kro.
deceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, t.> the Hon. \v. F.
PLANT'in, County Judge of Dads
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florlila, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publications hereof, said claims ,,, de-
mands to contain the legal address
and prestnted as aforesaid, or same
will be barrel. See Section 120 of
the 1933 Probate Act.
1*1 BLANCHE GLICKSBERG
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of Herman Qllcks-
berg. Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Blanche Glleksberg
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Robard Sales Co. at Miami. F)ade
County. Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
lFtVINtl KELTON.
I. R. MAYERS,
Attorney for Applicant,
412 Congress Bldg.
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Drake Villas at 7730 Tatum Water-
way Drive. Miami Beach, Fla.. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACOB FREIDUS and
CLAIRE FREIDUS.
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY'S MARKET at 614 N.W. ]4th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATHAN M. GRADMAN
HUTNER & HUTNER
Attorneys for Harry's Market
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .irDICIAI, CIRCUIT.
IN AND WOR FADE COUNTY'.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY". No.
140133.
ANN Ll'CARELLI EI.KIT7.. Plaintiff.
vs. I8ADOR ELKITZ, Defendant.
TO ISADOR ELKITZ,
c/o Jones
2042 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, Pa.
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff! attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG. 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit C,,urt on or before May
!. 1951; otherwise, said Hill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this day of April, A.D.
E B. LHATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv It. FT. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
4/13-20-27 5 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
13!>S72.
SHEILA COHEN. Plaintiff, vs.
EUGENE COHEN, Defendant.
To: EUGENE Cl IHEN,
S12 Powell Street.
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the phi of Cot
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the clerk of
tho Circuit Court on or before the
30 day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
herel fore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
29 day of March. 1951.
i: P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Sevbold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
4/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUDS AMOCO SERVICE at 2002
N. W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Dade
County. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES S. BURLEIGH
JOSEPH H. GA-NZ
Attorney for Charles S. Burlelgh
4/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TllrJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circi IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No.
133910.
MICHAEL I,F.WIN and MAR-
GUERITE LEW1N. his wife. Plain-
tiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and
BELLE BERNHTEIN, also known
as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife,
MARK V. D. WADSW'oRTII and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., individual-
lv and as Trustee, Defendants.
To. HARPY BERNSTEIN and
BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known
as BELLE BERNSTEIN, bis wife,
MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., indivi-
dually and as Trustees, and If an)
of tho above named defendants be
deceased, tlun the unknown spouses.
heirs, devise, s, grantees, assignees,
llenors, creditors, trustees, and all
oth.-i- panics claiming interests, by.
through, under or against the said
HARRY BERNSTEIN and P.ELI.i:
BERNSTEIN, also known as
BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife.
MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., In and to
the property hereinafter described,
and all unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors..
creditors, trustees and parties claim-
ing interests In said property, by.
through, under or against HARRY
BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERN-
STEIN, also known as BELLA
BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D.
WADSWORTH and Kl'OENK.
ZIEGLER JR., individually and as
trustee: and all unknown parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title, or interest, in and to
the following described property,
situate in Dade County, Florida:
Lot 5, in Block 5, of CORAL
Nook according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
8, at Page 116, of the Public;
Records of Dade County, Florida
YOU, the above named and design-
ated Defendants, both known and un-
known, are herebv notified that the
Plaintiff has filed lus BUI of Com-
plaint against you. and each of you
as Defendants in the above Styled
cause in the Circuit Court in and
for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In
and for Dade County, Florida, to
quiet and establish the title of the
Plaintiff In and to the above de-
scribed lands and to remove certain
ei.enls upon the title of the Plaintiff
thereto, and for such other relief
as will more fully appear from the
BUI of Coin],laint filed herein, and
you are required to serve 8 cops ol
your answer or pleading to the Bill,
of Complaint on the Plaintiff-!
torney, Samuel Rubin, 120 Lli
Ri .1,1. Miami Peach, Florida, and file-
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or bel..... the 17th day of
May, A. 1'. 1951. If you fail to do so
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded i:,
the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida this 17 day of April, A. D.
E, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal!
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL RUBIN
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
The Home Delicatessen at 5958 N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. david KLE]N
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCIIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1401S8.
ANN SILVER CROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
1, \\ID illli iSS, I >ef, ndant.
SUIT FOP DIVORCE
TO: DAVID GROSS
2321 Walton Avenue
Bronx, New York
Y'ou aro hereby notified that a
P.III of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
ulred to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attrney, A J. KAPLAN.
Bso S50 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
,r Pleading In the off.......f the < lerk
,f the Circuit Court on or la-fore the
8 ,iav of May, 1951. if you 'all to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the rellel demanded
the Bill o' Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
i, 1, week for four consecutive v.
The Jewish FlOt id.an.
"DONE \N"D ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9 da of Iprll A.D
K i; LEATHERMAN, C
,,, court, \'"^- County, Florida.
"'""" CourlByWB. H. pice. jr..
Deputy Cl.rk.
A. J. KAPLAN. Esq.
.1.",n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/13-20-27 5/4
In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nat
East Florida Sales at 1570 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Mori,la.
C A B, Inc.
FREDRIC R. ROSEN
Attorney for C ft B, Inc.
1521 Pan American Bank Bldg.
I : :.:---'"-27_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign, d, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dean's Men's and Hoys' Wear at i',i",
s W lb St., Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LEONARD BERNSTEIN,
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEI.MAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
SCO Seybold Bldg.
4/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ol- FLORIDA, IN AND FoK DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
13(978.
REGINA K. ISAACS. Plaintiff, vs.
LOUIS It. ISAACS. Defendant.
Tt >: LOUIS R. ISAACS,
Montgomery street.
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the bill of
complaint on the plaintiffs attor-
neys, De Costas, Maer ami Floyd, and
file the original In the office of tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the Ittl daj of May. 1951, In the
entitled action for divorce, oth-
erwise a decree pro confesso wl'.l be
entered ai:ainst you.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cll 11- of th,' Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By -M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy cierk.
DE COSTAS, MAPI! & FLOYD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Blscayne Building.
Miami 32, Florida.
7-it-M-r7
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23889.
RE: ESTATE OF
RORERT ORAUSO,
Deceased. .
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Ancillary-
Administrator of the estate of Robert
Grauso, deceased; and that on the
21st dav of May, 1951, will applv
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON.
Countv Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Ancillary
Administrator of the Estate or
ROBERT GRAUSO, deceased.
This 17th day of April. 1S51.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Ancillary Administrator.
KAPLAN. DIET/. & LASKY
Attorneys for Joseph W. Malek
Ancillary Administrator
p.- tte of Robert Grauso, Deceased
\ 20-21 B/4-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVl'.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-. nnd.r the fictitious name or
SUNSHINE MARKET at 102 N. W
8th Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to
said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
"' HELEN POLAND
SOL Poland
JOSEPH PARDO
bv Sor i Iwners
!>n Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
4 20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtTRT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FIX>RIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24036. _
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB HELSKY.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: .
Y'ou, and each of you, are herein
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
cither of you, may have against the
estate of JACOB REI.SKY. de, ,
late of Miami Peach, Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. W. V. Blanton,
Countv Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
in, sented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1953
ite Act.
Date April 8, A.D, 1951.
SOLOMON CRAMER,
Administrator De Bonis Non of
the Estate of Jacob Bel.-ky. De-
ceased. ..
PALLOT, SILVER, TAT HAM,
abdo ft MULLOY
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob llelsky, deceased.
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rJenlst flcrlc/tir)
Eban Defines Relationship Between
Israel Independence Bond Issue And UJA
In an official statement defin-
ing for Americans Jews the re-
lationship between the United
Jewish Appeal and the forth-
coming Israel bond issue, Abba
S. Eban. Israel's Ambassador to
the United States, has declared
that the government of the State
of Israel does not war.t anyone
to divert money for the purchase
of fur.ds which should te con-
tributed to community campaigns
on behalf of the UJA.
Mr. Eban. whose statement
was made public by the United
Jewish Appeal. emphasized
that "It must be clear that any
purchase of Israel bonds at the
expense of a contribution to
the United Jewish Appeal is
not a service to Israel."
He stressed that contributions
to the United Jewish Appeal on a
scale more generous than at any
time in the past will most ef-
fevtively serve the interests both
of Israel and of Jews throughout
the world.
The Israel Ambassador em-
zed further that the pur-
pose of the bore issue is to create
resources additional and supple-
ntary to the funds raised
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal for program in Israel.
"The free dollars supplied by
the UJA" he declared, "are re-
quired to meet immediate needs
for immigration, rehabilitation
and initial integration."
In making his statement. Mr.
Eban referred to the four-point
program adopted last October in
Washington. D. C. by the Na-
tional Planning Conference for
Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation.
This program called for an
intensive three-year effort to
raise SI,500,000,000 for the eco-
nomic development of the State
of Israel and for the absorption
in the same period of 600.000
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immigrants. The 1.200 repre
sentatives who attended the
conference endorsed action by
American Jewry for the raising
of SI.000.000.000 of the pro-
jected billion and a half dollar
requirement through:
1. An accelerated United Jew-
ish Appeal.
2. Grant-in-aid from the
United States Government.
3. The stimulation of private
investment in Israel.
4. The flotation in the United
States of Israel bonds.
The conference, in voting this
four-point program, stressed "the
primary role which the United
Jewish Appeal will play in the
total three-year program for
Sl.000.000,000."
Shapiro To Speak
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach
attorney, will speak on "What
Can Israel Do for American
Jewry0" on Sunday. April 29. at
2 p.m. on Simon Seiden's Jewish
Forum Hour over station WFEC.
Jacobson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ada
Jacobson, formerly of Neptune
Apartments. Miami Beach, will
take place or Sunday. April 29.
at 11 a.m. at Mount Sinai Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiating. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Relatives and
friends are requested to attend.
Deutsch Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Adeline
Deutsch. formerly of 3502 S.W.
15th St.. will take place on Sun-
day. Apiil 29. at 2 p.m. at Mount
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Ralph
De Koven officiating. Mrs.
Deutsch is survived by her hus-
band. Arthur; son, Elliott;
daughter, Myra; mother, Mrs.
Jennie Halpern: and sister, Mrs.
Estelle Seifert. Arrangements are
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Monument Company. Relatives
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PAGE 12 B rJenlst flcrlc/tir) Eban Defines Relationship Between Israel Independence Bond Issue And UJA In an official statement defining for Americans Jews the relationship between the United Jewish Appeal and the forthcoming Israel bond issue, Abba S. Eban. Israel's Ambassador to the United States, has declared that the government of the State of Israel does not war.t anyone to divert money for the purchase of fur.ds which should te contributed to community campaigns on behalf of the UJA. Mr. Eban. whose statement was made public by the United Jewish Appeal. emphasized that "It must be clear that any purchase of Israel bonds at the expense of a contribution to the United Jewish Appeal is not a service to Israel." He stressed that contributions to the United Jewish Appeal on a scale more generous than at any time in the past will most effevtively serve the interests both of Israel and of Jews throughout the world. The Israel Ambassador emzed further that the purpose of the bore issue is to create resources additional and supplentary to the funds raised through the United Jewish Appeal for program in Israel. "The free dollars supplied by the UJA" he declared, "are required to meet immediate needs for immigration, rehabilitation and initial integration." In making his statement. Mr. Eban referred to the four-point program adopted last October in Washington. D. C. by the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation. This program called for an intensive three-year effort to raise SI,500,000,000 for the economic development of the State of Israel and for the absorption in the same period of 600.000 Pan American Prints Illustrated Travel Book "New Horizons." a new type of travel guide packed with "13.501 \ facts about what to see, do. wear, and take home from over 900 places on six continents." has been published by Pan American World Airways. The 182-page illustrated book lists concisely under the countries or areas served by PAA information on climate, accommodations, restaurants, shops, points of interest, sports, customs regulations, currency, calendar of holidays, iiansportation facilities and other subjects. New Horizons" may be purchased by sending one dollar to Pan American World Airways System. P. O. Box 1111, New York 17, N. Y. immigrants. The 1.200 repre sentatives who attended the conference endorsed action by American Jewry for the raising of SI.000.000.000 of the projected billion and a half dollar requirement through: 1. An accelerated United Jewish Appeal. 2. Grant-in-aid from the United States Government. 3. The stimulation of private investment in Israel. 4. The flotation in the United States of Israel bonds. The conference, in voting this four-point program, stressed "the primary role which the United Jewish Appeal will play in the total three-year program for Sl.000.000,000." Shapiro To Speak Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, will speak on "What Can Israel Do for American Jewry 0 on Sunday. April 29. at 2 p.m. on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour over station WFEC. Jacobson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ada Jacobson, formerly of Neptune Apartments. Miami Beach, will take place OR Sunday. April 29. at 11 a.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Deutsch Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Adeline Deutsch. formerly of 3502 S.W. 15th St.. will take place on Sunday. Apiil 29. at 2 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Ralph De Koven officiating. Mrs. Deutsch is survived by her husband. Arthur; son, Elliott; daughter, Myra; mother, Mrs. Jennie Halpern: and sister, Mrs. Estelle Seifert. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY M EM— NUMBER 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS l>; I^K; throughout the nation, %  v mark the third anni%  i,{ the establishment of Kith a giant mass rally at K Beach Municipal AudiKn May 10. speaker and guest of i! bo Mrs. Golda Myerael's Minister of Labor t to Premier Ben Gurion ...lent Chaim Weizmann, Ipular and best known of ollicials. Mrs. Myerson cfk in behalf of the 000 Israel Independence Jve which gets underway 1. [Israeli stateswoman wa3 the first to advocate a oi as a means of stabec momy of the young nation. community is indeed forto have as dynamic a as Mrs. Myerson," said S Malakoff, Greater Mii To Mark Israel Anniversary ant Mass Rally May 10th l with other Jewish comami manager of the American Financial and Development Corporation, which is handling the bond flotation. Mrs. Myerson will arrive from Washington by Eastern Air Lines on May 10 at 1:25 p.m. She will be met at the air field by a delegation consisting of mayors of Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Hialeah and other adjacent communities, as well as top leaders in the Jewish community and an honor escort of rabbis. The welcome committee will also be composed of representatives from West Palm Beach. Ft. Lauderdale. Hollywood and Key West. During her stay, Mrs. Myerson will be a guest at the Saxony Hotel, which will fly the official flag of Israel in her honor. Mrs. Myerson will hold a press conference at 4 p.m. May 10 and a luncheon is being planned for her on the following day. While plans for the rally are still in the blueprint stage, according to Malakoff, they include the showing of the 20-minute Technicolor documentary on Israel, "Land of Promise," as a curtain raiser. Produced by Baron de Hirsch Meyer and filmed by Miami Beach cameraman, Walter Resce, the film has been highly acclaimed wherever it has been exhibited. Also on the tentative agenda are Israeli selections by the newly organized Greater Miami Cantors Association Choir. Greater Miami rabbis met at the bond drive office at 1703 Congress Building this week to complete plans for their participation in the campaign. The group agreed to make special appeals in behalf of the bond issue on the seventh and eighth days of Passover. On Monday, April 30, representatives of the women's organizations in Greater Miami will meet to formulate plans for their part in the campaign. Serving on the campaign executive committee, which is still being formed, are Dr. Morris %  c-presidentoftheBnai l^'^chmS Sam Friedland, Harry Simonhoff, Herbert E. Scher, Joseph M. Rose, William D. Singer and Leonard Barr. [Establishes Jsh Library 1ESVILLE — The estabnt of a Jewish Memorial at the University of Flori announced this week by fcnt J. Hillis Miller. library, consisting of a |on of literature on Jewish culture, music and law, housed in the university brding to Stanley West, pity librarian, all books lata in the collection will : bookplate designating that iok is a part of the meI, which is being sponsored State Federation of B'nai I and is established as a meto Jewish alumni of the k-sity. ley to support the memorial be given by the various B'rith Lodges, throughout late including the JacksonJewish Community Council. iuel Proctor, university nor of history, is chairman le state-wide committee in je of the memorial. He is reAeJC Presents Wise Awards NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel's Ambassador Abba Eban, Dr. Raphael Lemkin, the American Association for Jewish Education and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People were the recipients last week of the Stephen S. Wise awards for distinguished service at the annual dinner of the American Jewish Congress sponsored in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Principal speak, ers at the dinner included the. Marchioness of Reading, Rabbi i Irving Miller, Michael S. Stavitsky and others. The awards—illuminated scrolls and checks for $1,000 to each of the winners—were established by the American Jewish Congress in 1949. They were presented by Rabbi Philip Bernstein to: Ambassador Eban "for helping to develop mutual and sympathetic understanding between Israel and the United States; Dr. Lemkin for his efforts in the struggle to make genocide an international crime; the AAJE "for the advancement of Jewish education and culture;" the NAACP for "advancing the civil rights of all Americans." Israel Submits Additional Charges Against Syria To UN Armistice Unit ^Oliver Twist" To Be Released -.plate for the memoas designed by Tove Near, art student here, who her work on the candelaDf B'nai B'rith which signi"th( light of knowledge and \" The design carries out the il colon of blue and white pears the words "Jewish Meal Library." Stassen Calls For U.S. Aid To Israel PHILADELPHIA (AJP) — Harold E. Stassen, Republican party presidential aspirant, told the American Jewish Press this week in an exclusive statement that his visit to Israel had convinced him that the Jewish state would fight any Soviet aggresI on of ofifcers and annual j s lon „.„„„„ tho Tng of the Greater Miami I "Under these CBCUOfltoMM,the Jsh Federation will be held I United States should grant.aid to : iay, May 16, in the BisIsrael on con.truc *e Prog, am [deration Meet it For May 16 NEW YORK (AJP)—A last hope that the controversial, allegedly anti-Semitic film "Oliver Twist" rntght be shelved faded this week with the disclosure that sale of the Eagle Lion film releasing agency did not affect the J. Arthur Rank production's nation-wide release scheduled for this week. A spokesman for United Artists, which last week purchased the Eagle Lion Company, denied a published report by Columnist Leonard Lyons that "Oliver Twist" might be shelved. The film's exhibition in the United States has been the center of a world-wide controversy. The Motion Picture Producers Association recently granted the film a seal of approval. Disclosure that a New York theatre had booked "Oliver Twist" came in a full-page advertisement appearing this week in a show trade magazine. No Date was listed for the film's appearance in this city which holds the world's largest Jewish population. The American premier "Oliver Twist" is scheduled for April 26 in Houston, Texas. The film's exhibition in Germany two years ago caused large-scale riots when Polish DPs stormed the theatre in protest and tangled with armed police. Israel May Absolve Jews From Commitment To Judaism, Rabbi Says TEL AVIV, (JTA>—A list of new charges against Syriawere submitted Sunday night by Israel to Col. Bennet de Ridder, acting chief of the United Nations truce commission, with the request that these complaints be included in the agenda of the next meeting of the Israeli-Syrian mixed armistice commission. The charges are: 1. Arab para-military forces supported and commanded by members of the Syrian regular army have entered the Nuqeib area, in the demilitarized bone, and have been attacking for the past two weeks all civilians nd police in the vicinity. 2. During the last five days, Syrian troops again attacked and murdered Jews in the demilitarized zor.e, including one policeman who was on a routine police patrol—such patrols having been rent to Nuqeib almost daily for many months. 3. Syria has recruited several hundred Palestine Arab refugees who are being trained and armed by Syrian formations along the Israeli border. 4. About 60 armed khaki-clad Arabs entered last Friday and Saturday a number of villages in Israeli territory, violating the provisions of the armistice agreement. 5. Arab forces entering the demilitarized zone in the Nuqeib area from Syria have constructed military position and fortifications inside and around the vilage of Nuqeib. Israel authorities also lodged a strong protest with the IsraelJordan Mixed Armistice Commission as a result of a new clash between Israeli border patrols and armed bands of Arabs. The latest in a series of incidents took place Saturday irv the Dahariya Fields near here when an Israeli border patrol drove off a group of Arab shepherds grazing their flocks. The shepherds later returned accompanied by a large r.rmed band of "national guards" who were driven off in the ensuing skirmish. The Israeli patrol suffered no casualties. Room of the Columbus I, according to an announceby William D. Singer, presembers of Federation and will gather for dinner at I> m. to review the communnvities for the past year. 1 pointed out that this meeting is the thirteenth, 'ticularly noteworthy because P ties the coming of age of ater Miami J Jewish corncentral organization." en Essen has been named Irman of the event. Commitmembers include Herbert E. ler, Mrs. Alexander Robbins, Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs. IrvLehrman, Rabbi Leon KronM. J. Kopelowitz, Louis Hwartzman, Gilbert Balkin, f Boxerman, Mrs. Louis Glasf. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Bham Capland, Albert CamaI. R Goodman, Mrs. Murry Dssman and Max C. Gettinger. of economic development for mutual advantage and for service to the future freedom of mankind." Stassen, now president of the University of Pennsylvania, told the AJP. The statement was made shortly after bills were introduced in both houses of Congress to proVide a grant-in-aid to Israel oi $150,000,000. Calling his trip "a truly taspiring one." Stassen saluted the extreme and evident determination of the people to make a success of their new sovengnty oi an ancient nation." "Its people prize independent freedom so much and are so aware from first hand knowledge of the oppressive nature of Communist imperialism, that tney will stand firm against any endeavour to make them subservient to Soviet domination, the former Minnesota governor told the AJP. NEW YORK (AJP) — Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, famous Jewish scholar, said last week that there was a danger that the eventual impact of a re-born Israel would be to leave most American Jews absolved of any commitment to Judaism. D'-. Kaplan expressed that fear in a talk at a city-wide dinner given him in honor of his 70th birthday at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. More than 1.500 persons packed the grand ballroom of the hotel to pay honor to the founder oi the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. "In a limited number of American Jews, Israel will no doubt awaken and deepen their Jewish consciousness but for the masses of our people, Israel is liable to become more and more of a foreign country to which they will be grateful for having absolved them of all commitment to Judaism,," the scholar said. CJA Pledges Hit SI.1:10.000 With clean-up operations continuing, Samuel Friedland, chairman of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal, announced that 6,250 pledges have been brought in for a total of $1,130,000. The clean-up division under Stanley C. Myers has covered 106 of the 139 cards which were assigned to it. The remaining cards are in the hands of two or three persons who are still working and reports should be forthcoming in the near future. Myers praised the work of his committee members and expressed his appreciation to volunteers. A committee, headed by Aaron Karyler and Fred K. Shochet, held a meeting at Federation headquarters. This group is contacting persons who contributed between $100 and $200 in 1950 campaign but who have not yet participated in this year's drive. Benjamin Bernheim has covered more cards than any other member of the unit. Closely following is R. Williams Apte. The hotel unit has brought in 224 pledges for a total of $158,982 or 80 percent of its $200,000 quota. The trade unit has raised To percent of its quota with $624,000 from 1,934 contributors. House Passes Anti-Mask Bill A bill outlawing the wearing of masks or burning of crosses in public in Florida was passed unanimously and without debate by the state House of Legislature Tuesday. Though the measure does not specifically mention the Ku Klu* Klan, it is clearly aimed at the hooded organization. The unmasking bill now goes to the state Senate, which passed similar legislation two years ago only to see it die on the house calendar when the legislature adjourned. Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee, grand dragon of the Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, who has been fighting the bill, asserted that he opposed only the j provision of the bill which would I prohibit wearing hoods. He said 1 his organization wanted to retain j hoods which left the wearer's face unobscured as part of its I regalia. Syria To Take Over Lake Tiberias Shore UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., (JTA)—Syria intends eventually to take over the area along the shore of Lake Tiberias which Syrian troops occupied before the Israel-Syrian armistice agreement was signed, Faris el Khouri, Syria's representative at the United Nations, told an American radio audience Monday. The Syrian diplomat charged, in his nationwide broadcast, that Israel was bent on expanding its territory. He said that a map hangs on the wall of the Israel Parliament showing Israel territory as extending from the Nile to the Euphrates, and declared that this was an ancient Jewish dream. 400 Expected At B'nai B'rith Conclave At Casablanca Hotel This Weekend Delegates from 21 Florida communities will attend the 14th annual convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges at the Casablanca Hotel. Miami Beach, April 28, 29 and 30. it has been announced by Mrs. Robert Baron, women's convention chairman. Approximately 400 persons from B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters are expected to attend the three-day conclave scheduled to open Saturday evening, April 28, with preliminary business sessions and a cocktail party at the hotel. Members of Emma Lazarus, Business and Professional Women, will act as hostesses and assist with registration, Mrs. Baron has announced. The committee will include Edyth Fleischer, Mae Meyers, Deana Abrashkin, Vivian Schiffer. Roslyn Lachmann, Edith Simmons and Evelyn Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg will arrive Saturday to direct final plans for the convention program. Kleinfeld, who is state president of the Florida lodges, was recently honored at a testimonial dinner in St. Petersburg for "outstanding accomplishment and leadership in directing B'nai B'rith service programs in the State of Florida during 1951." Cody Fowler of Tampa, president of the American Bar As(Continued on Page 11 A)



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APRIL 27, 1951 fJewisli Ikr/Uin Piy Thompson Zionism |GO, (JTA)—"Zionist atconsider all Jews, in or iael as part of the Jewish nation cannot possibly Stable to any non-Jew anti-Semite," Dorothy In, American publicist, [here addressing the anference of the American (for Judaism, ktating that Zionist interIs of "Jewish nationad created problems for and other Jews, Miss ^n went on to say that of Israel and its relath the Arab countries "is ling to an international in which Americans as are concerned." She asIhat peace between the Res and Israel was possify if the U. S. ceases to state in the Middle East paiticular protection and adopts more detachment kality of treatment, and 5e displaced Arabs are compensated for their ptg that discrimination fccticed against the Arab population in Israel, ompson said: "Despite all Ims of the Zionists, the le Arab population, who jt not more than 15 perthe original indigenous labitants, live as secondzens, with serious restric^ their rights. The fact abs can sit in the Knesset give them equal rights ens with Jews. And it is atutes which are responsB flow of Arab refugees Palestine that has never to this day. Jew York, Charles H. Silresident of the Amunlousing Corporation, isstatement defending the bf American Jews to sell Ibonds in the United States. fatement was in answer to Ration made Friday by J. Rosenwald, president American Council for l. at the convention in |o. that American Jews cing "pressured" to sell j bunds.) Lesowoder To Jress AJC Unit Ehiel Lesowoder will [to the Brandeis Chapter of omen's Division, American Congress, on Monday, 130, at 1 p.m. at the Hotel Tito. Miami Beach. Her topic "Youth and World Jewish Frank Berger, Brandeis er president, announces ie group will elect officers ne coming year at the idPAGE 7B New Draft Board Set Up On Beach A new Selective Service board covering Miami Beach and unincorporated areas north to Broward County was created recently by Gen. Vivian Collins, state director of Selective Service. Five Beach residents named to the board by the general are Fred W. Vanderpool, Leonard L. Abess, Philip G. Bari, William C. McCabe and Edward R. Copeland. Shepard Board, mayor of the Town of Bay Harbor Islands, has been named appeal agent, while Miss Alice Manasse will be clerk in charge and Miss Rose Shapiro will be assistant clerk. Creation of this board, No. 169, is part of a planned expansion in Dade county from three to nine. More than 500 persons attended the ground -t leaking ceremonies of the North Shore Jewish Center on Sunday, April 15, at 75th St. and Dickens Ave., Miami Beach. Pictured here are officers and members of the center's board (front row, 1. to r.) Al Mechlowitz, Harry Tessler, Jack Klinger, Samuel J. Jaffee, third vice president; Melvin Pazol, president; (second row) Gus Barg. Morris Dollinger, one of the founders of the congregation; Jack Prilt, treasurer; Leo Steinman, second vice president and chairman of the day's program; Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual leader; Lester Lasky, secretary; Abe Weintraub, fourth vice president; Louis Fishman; Jacob Mayblum. fifth vice president; (third row) Phil Pritzert, financial secretary; and Moe Thau. IN THE MAIL Result* April 20, 1951 Editor. The Jewish Floridian Dear Mr. Shochet: By 10:30 o'clock this morning we had tnree emp:oyers phone us with job openings. I think that this was due to the splendid interpretive story in the Passover issue of The Jewish Floridian. Many thanks. HAROLD KRAMER, Executive Director, Jewish Vocational Service. Thanks Editor, The Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: On behalf of the Know Your Neighbor Club thanks for the splendid cooperation. We are very proud of the press notices you have been giving us. Sincerely, MARY SHAFFER Press Chairman. B'nai B'rith Units Set Annual Dinner Dance The annual Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith, installation and dinner dance will be held on Sunday, May 6, at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Sidney Suss and Lewis Pomerantz will be installed as presidents of the two groups. Cochairmen of the affair will be Mrs. Henry Ehrenkranz and Herbert Weiss. The banquet is scheduled to Tobin Heads Board Charles S. Tobin was elected chairman of the board of directors of Temple Beth Sholom at a recent election meeting. Tobin is a well-known insurance man in this area, having come to Miami Beach from Providence, R. I., in 1918. Active in the Civic League and the National Children's Cardiac Home, he was chairman of the temple's board from its inception in 1942 until 1948. He succeeds Louis J. Krensky. (GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS krnlturs Top*. Boroled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty I~ A ii. 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IPRIL 27, 1951 +Jewish norkilan PAGE 11 B EGAL KOTICE OF PUBLICATION IRCUFT Cor FIT OF TIFF 1 ; biciw, CIRCUIT IN AND >F. COUNTY, FLORIDA.— %  EERY, No. 140058. BIGLINGER, 1'laliitlff, vs. •LINGER, Defendant. BIGLINGER Strasser Germany |reby notified thai a Ttiu jni for l Ivon e Mas bean It you :t IKI you are hereby \ serve %  copy f your (the Bill ol Complaint on attorney and file the Lgu.T in the office of the l Circuit Court on or before of May, IMli otherwise, Ions of said Itlll of Combe taken as confessed i r, day of April, 1961. E it.' LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, luit Seal) By R. H. RFCK, JR.. Deputy Clerk. I. TALIANOFF, ESQ. r Plaintiff Road fch. Florida 1/4 ICE TO CREDITORS rt'XTT JUDGE'S COURT FOR DAF)E COUNTY, — IN PROBATE, No. TATE OF IT SAYETTA, fed. realtors and All Persons Bairns or Demands Against each of you, are hereby required to present any demands which you, or DII, may have against the jERBERT SAYETTA, dei.f I>ade County, Florida, W F. 111.ANTON. County |>adc County, and file the is office In the County i:i I'acle County. Florida. Jit calendar months from [the flrsl publication hereof, or demands to contain the of the claimant and to |o and presented as aforcwill be haired. rll 9, A.I'. 1951. BESSIE JACOBT, hinlstratrlx of the Estate lit BERT SAYETTA, DeB. LlEBMAN Administratrix IE BY PUBLICATION BRCUIT COURT OP THE M'TAL CIRCUIT IN ANH COUNTY, FLORIDA.— %  CERY, No, l I0MO. VANDERNIET, Plaintiff, [ %  RUDE HELEN PCIET, Defendant. Btl'DE HELEN IN I FT, Btn et pen, New Jersey required to serve a copy lower to the Bill of Com[Divorce on the Plaintiff's and to file the Original the Office of the Clerk of Court on or before the May, A.D. 1951, otherwise. bf Complaint for Divorce [filed herein will be taken by you. at Miami, Florida, this April, A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida burt Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, DeputyClerk. Address of Solicitor: R. LYONS, kla Building brida K i \E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GFVEN that ligiicd, desiring to engage in pinle!' the fictitious name of etteiService at 110 Miller tde, 229 N. E. 1st Ave.. ., Intend to register said the Clerk of the Circuit [D de Countv, Florida. 1 P. COCHRANE WILLIAM the Hon. \v. F. PLANT' I N, County Judge of Dads County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florlila, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publications hereof, said claims ,,, demands to contain the legal address S72. SHEILA COHEN. Plaintiff, vs. EUGENE COHEN, Defendant. To: EUGENE Cl IHEN, S12 Powell Street. Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the PHI of Cot plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 30 day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, herel fore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 29 day of March. 1951. i: P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Sevbold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. 4/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BUDS AMOCO SERVICE at 2002 N. W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES S. BURLEIGH JOSEPH H. GA-NZ Attorney for Charles S. Burlelgh 4/6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TllrJ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN CHANCERY, No. 133910. MICHAEL I,F.WIN and MARGUERITE LEW1N. his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNHTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D. WADSW'oRTII and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., individuallv and as Trustee, Defendants. To. HARPY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLE BERNSTEIN, bis wife, MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., individually and as Trustees, and If an) of tho above named defendants be deceased, tlun the unknown spouses. heirs, devise, s, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees, and all oth.-ipanics claiming interests, by. through, under or against the said HARRY BERNSTEIN and P.ELI.i: BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife. MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., In and to the property hereinafter described, and all unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors.. creditors, trustees and parties claiming interests In said property, by. through, under or against HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and Kl'OENK. ZIEGLER JR., individually and as trustee: and all unknown parties having or claiming to have any right, title, or interest, in and to the following described property, situate in Dade County, Florida: Lot 5, in Block 5, of CORAL NOOK according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 8, at Page 116, of the Public; Records of Dade County, Florida YOU, the above named and designated Defendants, both known and unknown, are herebv notified that the Plaintiff has filed lus BUI of Complaint against you. and each of you as Defendants in the above Styled cause in the Circuit Court in and for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Dade County, Florida, to quiet and establish the title of the Plaintiff In and to the above described lands and to remove certain ei.enls upon the title of the Plaintiff thereto, and for such other relief as will more fully appear from the BUI of Coin],laint filed herein, and you are required to serve 8 cops ol your answer or pleading to the Bill, of Complaint on the Plaintiff torney, Samuel Rubin, 120 Lli Ri .1,1. Miami Peach, Florida, and filethe original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bel the 17th day of May, A. 1'. 1951. If you fail to do so Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded i:, the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida this 17 day of April, A. D. E, B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal! By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL RUBIN Attorney for Plaintiffs. 4/20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or The Home Delicatessen at 5958 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID KLE]N 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCIIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1401S8. ANN SILVER CROSS, Plaintiff, vs. 1, \\ID illli iSS, I >ef, ndant. SUIT FOP DIVORCE TO: DAVID GROSS 2321 Walton Avenue Bronx, New York Y'ou aro hereby notified that a P.III of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are reulred to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attrney, A J. KAPLAN. Bso S50 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer ,r Pleading In the off. f the < lerk ,f the Circuit Court on or la-fore the 8 ,iav of May, 1951. if you 'all to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the rellel demanded the Bill o' Complaint. This notice shall be published once i, 1, week for four consecutive v. The Jewish FlOt id.an. "DONE \N"D ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9 da of Iprll A.D K i; LEATHERMAN, C ,,, court, \'"^County, Florida. "•'""" Courl By W B. H. PICE. JR.. Deputy Cl.rk. A. J. KAPLAN. Esq. .1.",n Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/13-20-27 5/4 In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nat East Florida Sales at 1570 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Mori,la. C A B, Inc. FREDRIC R. ROSEN Attorney for C ft B, Inc. 1521 Pan American Bank Bldg. I %  : :.:---'"-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign, d, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dean's Men's and Hoys' Wear at i',i", s W %  •lb St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LEONARD BERNSTEIN, Sole Owner MYERS, HEI.MAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant SCO Seybold Bldg. 4/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT olFLORIDA, IN AND FoK DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 13(978. REGINA K. ISAACS. Plaintiff, vs. LOUIS It. ISAACS. Defendant. Tt >: LOUIS R. ISAACS, Montgomery street. Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys, De Costas, Maer ami Floyd, and file the original In the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Ittl daj of May. 1951, In the entitled action for divorce, otherwise a decree pro confesso wl'.l be entered ai:ainst you. Dated this 2nd day of April, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cll 11of th,' Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By -M. C. FEIGE, Deputy cierk. DE COSTAS, MAPI! & FLOYD, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Blscayne Building. Miami 32, Florida. 7-it-M-r7 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23889. RE: ESTATE OF RORERT ORAUSO, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as AncillaryAdministrator of the estate of Robert Grauso, deceased; and that on the 21st dav of May, 1951, will applv to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. Countv Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the Estate or ROBERT GRAUSO, deceased. This 17th day of April. 1S51. JOSEPH W. MALEK Ancillary Administrator. KAPLAN. DIET/. & LASKY Attorneys for Joseph W. Malek Ancillary Administrator p.tte of Robert Grauso, Deceased \ 20-21 B/4-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVl'.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In -. nnd.r the fictitious name or SUNSHINE MARKET at 102 N. W 8th Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County. "' HELEN POLAND SOL POLAND JOSEPH PARDO BV Sor i Iwners !>n Seybold Building Miami. Florida 4 20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtTRT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIX>RIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24036. In Re: ESTATE OF JACOB HELSKY. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y'ou, and each of you, are herein notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or cither of you, may have against the estate of JACOB REI.SKY. de, late of Miami Peach, Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. V. Blanton, Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and in, sented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1953 ite Act. Date April 8, A.D, 1951. SOLOMON CRAMER, Administrator De Bonis Non of the Estate of Jacob Bel.-ky. Deceased. .. PALLOT, SILVER, TAT HAM, ABDO ft MULLOY Attorneys for Estate of Jacob llelsky, deceased. 4/6-13-20-27



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PAGE 6 A + lewis* rhrkttan "Strictly Neighbors > By HELEN ALPERT PEOPLE: .lean Mucasey, Robert H. X CNV nian tes She's back. Interesting Rose Lawson, whose background includes WAC service and topflight hotel work, returned to Miami. She says. "I'm back home for good." You'll remember she spent the past several months in Israel, investigating the Israeli hotel field. Come to think of it, she might be a very handy speaker or. Women in Israel Today Ruthie Jacobson's sprightly mon. Mrs. Heifetz. goo* home to Chicago this weekend. Her neighbors in Chicago, two blocks away, are the parents of Florence Lewis TEMPUS FUGIT DEPT. ... It seems only a mir.te ago that Gerry Taran was a beautiful little babe in a canary-yellow dress accompanying her mother to Jay Perlmutter's opening party at his first Lincoln Road office. Now the beautiful babe is engaged to be married, to Marvin Lieber EVENTS: The Sea Gull's "21" Room proved a bright and happy choice for breakfast for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce last week. This was another innovation for newer members by president Baron de Hirsch Meyer. It's tough to be bright and happy at 8:15 a.m., but some who managed it included Rhoda M. Levine. Leonard L. Abess. Mike Heller. Abe Allenberg. Mike Mitnick. Leo Eisenstein and Toby Emanuel. Her most devoted new member is her own husband. She's the only female "Wizard" in the organization—rated by numbers of members she signed up. Rhoda and I panted to be whizzes too. but we landed among the 'Magicians" with Henry Cove. Max Rosenbaum and Maurice Unger I'm sure I'm a magician, because I was fast asleep the whole time I dressed and got into my car. that early—and only pure magic deposited me at the right hotel They're getting ready for the big annual dinner of the Miami Beach Hotel Association. Almost the first reservations came from the Saul Cohens of the Ritz-Plaza INSTALLATION Just as this goes to press, the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami will be staging its installation of officers at the Lear School. JJf 4 12 No Officiating will be outgoing chairman Cantor Samuel Kelemer. New VIlami Beach leaders for the group are co-chairmen Judge Kenneth Oka and Mrs. Mist Meyers was graduated Joseph Duntov; treasurer Mrs Milton Sirkin: secretary Ted Nelson: from the Lear School. Miami co-chairmen for program. Joseph Duntov and Mrs Irwifl Weinstein. Beach. Her fiance was graduated Robert Strassburg is executive secretary Anyuta Mehcov has from the University of Miami and been working out all notes on the evening's musicale ... :s nt,w attending law school THIS WEEK'S CHUCKLES: The typographical error (in a Sunday paper here> which has a newlywed couple at a hotel "moneymooning"—.' The campaign literature for a candidate-councilman which earnestly insists he "has become an intricate part of Miami Beach's civic affairs." Our Dictionary Scout reports that this would indicae that the gent has become a perplexingly entangled part of Miami Beach's civic affairs. Hey! Didn't you-all want the word "inlegral" —? Wanna borrow my Webster's or Concise Oxford? SAD DEMISE: ,4^*. Mi/ma Meyers Myrna Meyers Plights Troth Mr and Mrs. Harry Meyers, 1515 Calais Drive. Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Myrna, to Arthur M. Nemser, son of Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Nemser. 4129 North Meridian Ave.. Miss Joyce Lei bow Weds Mr, Mufson Miss Joyce Lei bow became the bride of Raymond Mufson on April 20. He: parents are Dr. and Mrs. Louis M. Leibow of New York and he is the son of Bensudden death of popular and vivacious Gladys DeVorkm. jamin Mufson of New York on the eve of I 1 shocked everyone. A pour;nc erev rain TK. K ri j 0 ,, A A ^ ,_• from Vasr.ir.gaon. Fannie and Gladvs had been fr ends and relat ves m ?W? 2? ^ the JU u n r COm ; tt sgtSLSTJsr* a ad so are Harr v Kane and his 4 brid '* !" m •** coJOTTINGS* lumbia and the University of Miami and is presently associ-— %  •-—— •"""' Wle Agamic lowers Motel, has a~ ~ me r''le Fnr h ^ d u hter J and *>" Ricky-a magnificent n "-A? r £i moS £ V T d descn P tion of the Sam I. Silvers' new Exchange Vows In Candlelight R; t A candlelight, double ring service at the Miami Beach Jew| ish Center on April 14 united in marriage Miss Jean Mucasey and I Robert H. Newman. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony which was followed by I a reception and dinner at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mucasey of Havana, Cuba, wore a gown of white nylon net, fashioned with tiered skirt, lace bodice and coronation length train. She carried white orchids atop a bible. Mrs. Herbert Bernstein was matron of honor and Miss Cydel • Brown maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Misses Janice Pied. Nancy Nathan and Barbara Magilner. Attendants wore lilac net gowns with matching halo hats. Charles J. Hearst was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis' Newman, 1649 S.W. 21st Street. Seating guests were Stanley Pred, Burton Young, Frank Jacobs and Walter Smith. Flower girls Mina Mucasey and '. Sima Rapaport, both of Cuba, : were dressed alike in pink nylon j ; tulle frocks with matching bonnets. The former Miss Mucasey i graduated from San Jacinto High j School, Houston Texas, and at-1 tended Highland Manor Junior College, West Long Branch, N.J., and the University of Miami. Mr. Newman graduated from Miami Beach High School and the university of Miami. Now a Vacations In Miami J student in the university law' A eiiP


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IY, APRIL 27. 1951 *JmHiifhrknar Irl Protzel lothal Told Ellen M. Bernstein To Marry In Mav h v 1 -v I ./ -.'? '1 Pearl Protzel othal of Miss Pearl Protzel Ibert Miller, son of the Millers, 627 85th St., Mieach, has been announced \i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Protzel, 1211 Meridian iMiami Beach. bride-elect was born in krnon, N. Y., and was gradI from Erasmus Hall High Brooklyn, N. Y. She atDrake Business School in fork and is now employed Multigraph Sales Agency. | Miller, a graduate of MiBach High School, received ^A from the University of Ho is associated with his as manufacturers' reprevc in the furniture field. he and Miss Protezl are krs of Miami Beach Masada. Miss Ostrovsky Is Married To Mr. Manischewitz In a simple ceremony at the New York home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Manischewitz Miss Esther Ostrovsky, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Mordechai Ostrovsky of Jerusalem, was married on April 1 to William B. Manischewitz of Cincinnati, Ohio. The ceremony was perPAGE 7 A i i. v '" "'••• Ellen Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bernstein of 2543 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ellen Michelle Bernstein, to Lawrence Martin Cohen of New York City. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ned W. Cohen of Greensboro, N. C. The couple plans to be married in a garden ceremony on May 24. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Georgia Military Academy and the University of North Carolina. He is a Navy veteran and member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. The bride-elect graduated from Edgewood School, Greenwich, Conn., attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Miami. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and is employed as public relations director for the advertising firm of Clarence J. Herrick and Associates. Personally Speaking >rman Slepian, 1690 S.W. 1st Ave., has returned here luflalo. where he was called by the illness and subsedeath of his brother. and Mrs. Max R. Silver of 710 S.W. 21st Road announce th oi a son on Saturday, April 21, at Jackson Memorial and Mrs. Fredric Richard Rosen will tour points oi inin Central and Western Florida this weekend. and Mrs. Cecil Myers of 3631 S.W. 21st St. left this [to spend the summer in Far Rockaway Beach, N. Y. he Norman Rotbman family was united for Passover when ttn Rothman, Jr., flew in from Gainesville, where he is a at the University of Florida. Afrs. William B. Manischewitz formed by Rabbi Dr. Jacob Hoffman of Congregation Ohab Zedek. New York, Rabbi M. M. Hockstein, and Cantor Akiva Ostrovsky of Birmingham, Ala., brother of the bride. The bride was born in Jerusalem, attended school there and was graduated from the Mizrachi Seminary Training School for Teachers. During the Israel-Arab conflict, she was secretary to Moatzat Irgunei Nashim, the coordinating council of volunteer women's organizations working with the Israel Army. The bridegroom studied in Israel, attended the Yeshiva University in New York, and was graduated from New York University. He is an active member of the Mizrachi Organization of America, the Zionist Organization of America, and has been associated with many other activities in behalf of Israel. The bride's father, Rabbi Ostrovsky, has been an active member of Mizrachi and is associated with Israel's Vaad Ha-Artzi. For thirty years, he has devoted himself to teaching in Israel and was, in fact, one of the first instructors there to teach the Hebrew language in the schools. The bride's uncle, the late Rabbi Mosfie Ostrovsky, was a member of the Vaad Haleum for many years and devoted a lifetime to the cause of Zionism. 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In the Jewish national field. Rabbi Reichman is also very active. He is co-chairman of the administrative committee of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of U.S. & Canada. He is founder of the Bronx Region Mizrachi Organization of America. Last year he made a trip to Israel as a member of the political committee of Mizrachi. Mrs. Reichman, too, gives unsparingly of her time and effort to Jewish causes. She is first vice president of Bronx Women's Union of Orthodox Congregations, vice president of Women's Organization of Yeshiva University and president of the Miriam Chapter of Mizrachi, the largest in the Mizrachi Organization. The Reichmans look to the future with high hopes, as their two sons Raphael and Ephraim, show great promise of making their mark in Jewish affairs. Raphael is a student at Yeshiva University. Only last year at the age of 16, he published a treatise on the Rambam which was published in the leading Rabbinic Monthly, Hapardes. The treatise was acclaimed for its "style, as well as its brillance of thought." Friends To Become Sisters-In-Law TiT^BH K |"" pB 'J Bk&. r < K |iS^ Lw jt Vivian Hausman Two friends now attending the University of Miami will become sisters-in-law following their marriages. The betrothal of Miss Miriam Lillian Rosen to Bernard Hausman has been announced by hermother, Mrs. Harry R. Rosen, 601 94th St., Miami Beach. Mr. Hausman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hausman, 301 86th St., Miami Beach. A Navy veteran, he was graduated from the University of Miami. He is now affiliated with Food Fair Stores. His sister. Miss Vivian Hausman, is betrothed to Richard J_ Pomerantz, son of Mrs. Harry Pomerantz. 434 Loretto Ave., Coral Gables. Mr. Pomerantz was graduated from Franklin Marshall College, Lancaster. Pa., and is a member of Zeta Beta Tau. So proudly you serve Grins! Cheers! tncores! 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[APRIL 27. 1951 // Say fcnday, I was privileged to spend the evecircle, whose appreciation of things culcond to no other group in our community, intellectually sensitive to the literary modern life, yet their orientation is anthe Jewish past. They display a love for that was characteristic of the old Talmeda tin. a venfiration for knowledge inherited Irs who earned the sobriquet Am Hasofer, the Book. same time, their attachment to Yiddish ; short of fanatical. To most English speakYiddish is a vulgar jargon, a vernacular u a hodgepodge of idioms that reflect the [the filth, the strait-jacket existence in the fcij/assen of Poland, Galicia, and Lithuania. [college graduate would be astonished to tie Yiddishists expressing themselves with 1 clarity, in nuances that shade the fine -ns of words treating the variegated affairs Implex life. With them, the erstwhile lowly ^kes on the flexibility and maturity of a nguage. ne to hear the Yiddish poet and novelist, rade. Mr. Grade was born and educated in e old bastion of Rabbinical learning, known uries as the Jerusalem of Lithuania. But Jie past hundred years, Vilna also became [of modern scholarship, a focal point of the I a cell of Socialist propaganda, a hub of Ictivity. Here Yiddish flowered forth in its Boom. Here the Yiddish Scientific Institute fan to collect books, documents, archives, puscripts. From Vilna, the Yivo branched le ends of the earth, to New York, to Buenos Johannesburg. approach of the Nazis, 29 year old Chaim led to Russia and escaped the gas chambers. le war, he returned to his native city. Mr. fead to us a prose poem, a sensitive graphic Of his impressions on beholding the charred ie stone heaps, the devastation of the pulsat* 'Jmristifhridian PAGE 3 A Yiddishists and Matzos ing beehive of Vilna, which the Germans had turned into Ghetto A and B. Chaim Grade's Prose-Poem. He speaks to the ghosts of his murdered kinfolk. He wants to rebuke them for not dying more heroically, with weapon in hand, an example to the Haganah in Palestine, a cause for pride to us in the Galut. But instead, they rebuke him and through him the Jewry of all lands for unconcern, for not moving the very stones of foreign capitals to save them from extermination. There were many facets to Jewish life in Vilna. But the poet turns to the religio-spiritual relics. He finds in the ruins of a prayer chapel the lone surviving Aunochi (I am), the first word on the twin tablets of the Ten Commandments, upon a wall above the desecrated Aron Kodesh (Holy Ark). He enters the destroyed Shul of the hallowed Rabbi Elijah, Gaon of Viina, the loftiest spiritual force in a thousand years of Judaism. He is too overcome by emotion to demand an accounting of the Almighty for permitting such bestialities against His Kadoshim. He turns to the prayer house of his childhood and relives the memories of the holiness that filled the place on Yom Kippur. In that moment of agonized memories, the secular poet can only recall the sanctity, the piety, the reverence of Vilna Judaism. The listeners are moved to the core. They grasp intellectually the full implication of the recital. Emotionally, they experience the colossal tragedy. They understand the consequences of a destruction which annihilated the Yiddish civilization of Eastern Europe, the evolutionary product of a thousand years, a world which will never revive in AngloSaxon lands, in the milieus of Latin America, nor in Hebraic Israel. Matzos on Passover. An incident follows that may appear too trivial to dwell upon. The hostess serves refreshments. It being the second day of Passover, the trays contain Matzos. But the guests, with few exceptions, take slices of bread on their plates. This passing up of Matzos on Passover by the Yiddish loving group has a profound significance. It spells indifference By HARRY SIMONHOFF to the time honored traditions of their ancestral religion; it indicates their break with Judaism; it highlights the curious inconsistency that renders their Weltanschauung incongruous, or even ludicrous. A Mistaken Emphasis. Two years ago, one of this group, a writer on a New York Yiddish daily, created a mild sensation on Miami Beach by walking out of a public meeting because one of the other speakers happened to say that Yiddish is a dying language. This statement, the truth of which everyone admits, was a personal affront to the irascible gentleman, who otherwise is a critic of penetration and a scholar of depth. In his column, he often castigates Miami Jewry for their failure to live a Jewish life. Yet he himself never frequents a Synagogue, not even on Kol Nidre eve of the solemn Yom Kippur. It is difficult for rational people to understand this fanaticism for the Yiddish language coupled with callow indifference, if not hostility, towards Judaism. What value, one may ask, has a language if the spirit that inspires its literature, the soul that informs its ethos, is rejected as useless superstition? Symbolism in Matzo. It may be argued that eating Matzo on Passover has nothing to do wiht the ethics that constitute the life breath of the Torah. Granted. But Matzos have a symbolism that gives tone and significance to Jewish spirituality. Matzos are the bread of affliction that Jews were destined to eat throughout ages of persecution. Matzos connect us with Moses and B'nai Israel, emerging from the banks of the Nile in history's early dawn. Matzos are the links that identify us with its Yeziat Mizarim, the greatest epic in the annals of any people. Matzos are everlasting symbols of the eternal conflict between slavery and freedom. Matzos represent the earliest emergence of liberty from under the iron heel of oppression. The Yiddishists live in a strange unreal world. They are eager to preserve a Yiddish culture divorced from Judaism. They are concerned for Jewish survival but have remained aloof, if not hostile, from Zionism. They wish to secularize a literature whose moral, intellectual, and psychological basis rests on a religio-prophetic foundation. is a own Synagogue* To Hold Si Mini llatorah May 6 Downtown Synagogue By the old Beth David), 3rd Ave., will hold its jruni Hatorah on Sunday, [at 8:30 p.m., according to juncement by Hyman hresident. pi i will be presented to !IIX Congregation by Mre. Sam Jackson, phiofesidents of Miami and U Idest members of the fue. rabbis and public ofwill participate in the and Cantor Maurice will be in charge of Jsical portion of the prone evening dedicator Europe, Israel board the New Araout of New York Friday pe and Israel are Mr. |i Norman J. Steinberg. [berg, a prominent Wall (attorney, will spend three overseas studying Eurofc.-d Middle Eastern hotel Bon, one of the owners of Mieach's Delano Hotel. tion ceremonies will be held for the synagogue's downstairs social hall, which has been established by Mr. and Mrs. George Bloomberg in memory of their son, Melvin, and which will be known as the Melvin Bloomberg Social Hall. Refreshments will be served by the sisterhood under the direction of Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Sisterhood Plans Donor Luncheon The Beth David Sisterhood has announced its donor luncheon for May 1. 12:30 p.m., at the Delano Hotel. Miami Beach, according to co-chairmen Mrs. Sam August and Mrs. Max Bergman. Highlighting the affair will be a children's iashion show, where Suzi Belle dresses will be modeled by children of the Sunday school. Among the models will be Judy Diane Schiff, 2 years old; and Ginger Parnes, 4. The fashion show will be supervised by Mrs. Joseph Bermann. Reservations for this affair may be made by calling the Beth David office at 9-3469. Esther Branson To Vie For May Queen Miss Esther Branson has been chosen by Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center to run for May Queen in a contest to be sponsored by the Flagler Granida Jewish Community Center at the Casablanca Hotel, May 12. Miss Branson, who is studying voice here, also studied voice and dramatics at ;he Metropolitan Studios in New Afiss Branson York under Esther Taylor Douglass and attended City Evening College. She has written several plays and radio skits for the Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center. The latest one will be presented at a Beach hotel in the near future. Miss Branson has also sung at various affairs sponsored by the Young Adult League, Miami Masada, and Miami Beach Masada. Jewish Folk Chorus To Hold Seventh Annual Concert Sunday v Nathaniel Sprinzen The seventh annual concert of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will be held Sunday, April 29, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. "Esther Hamalke," a cantata for chorus and tenor solo by Maurice Rauch, will be featured. Ben Yomen Ben Yomen is conductor. Nathaniel Sprinzen will serve as tenor soloist and Margaret Ben Yomen will be at the piano. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Distilled Aerated Refreshing i:JIJ'li Free ot Chlorine Is Of Vital Importance To Your Health Acting as a powerful solvent and neutralizer of harmful body acids, for over 36 years distilled Tripure Water has brought help and relief to countless thousands in South Florida. Tripure Water is 99.999 per cent pure. It's soft water, aerated for refreshing, good taste. J.t is free from bacteria, earthy salts and other deposits which aggravate...rather than aid...delicate body organs. 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APRIL 27. 1951 'JewislFkricKiri gious Directory... PAGE 5 B Granada Religious fill conduct holiday eveirices on Thursday and [at 6:45 p.m. Morning %  will be held Friday and | at 9 a.m. Special memolices will take place at Iturday morning. Daily arc held Monday through It 7:30 a.m., Saturday at Id Sunday at 8 a.m. Sunpol is from 10 to noon. [School is held Mondays Inosdays from 4 to 6 p.m. Israel of West Palm {cform) will hold Passfviccs Friday evening at |en Rabbi Richard E. rill speak on "The Mean'assover." Passover canba lighted by Mrs. A. hers. Concluding services |jeld Saturday morning at Yizkor included. Hebrew Academy (Orthodox) will hold Thursday and Friday evening services at 6:30 under the supervision of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, and on Friday and Saturday morning at 9 Yiskor services will take place Saturday at 10:15 a.m. and Sunday services at 8 a.m. Services are held daily a t 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. dush will follow the services. Adult classes continue at the center each Thursday at 8 p.m. with Joseph Hurwitz teaching Hebrew and Rabbi Skop lecturing on the Hebrew bible. jover Is Coming! Place Your Jtry Orders Early! "On the Trail" >LER'S KOSHER re Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED [Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Rabbinical Supervision Bl! Retail and Wholesale ^otcls. Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. )irect — Save Money lilders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade 1251 •. W. ith 8tr.H For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND %  CfiUMENT Co. fcr.KrRS C35.00 PLUS KMETERY CHARGES %  Sundays Phone 4-3249 1-Beth David (Conservative) will hold Thursday services at 6:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday mornings at 9. Yizkor service will take place Saturday at 10:30 when Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss "In Memorium—Our Beloved." Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Student services will be *eld Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30. The floral offering will be made by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose in memory of her beloved parents, and by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sher in memory of Mr. Sher's father. Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the "Eternal Light" hour on WIOD Sunday at 9:30 a.m. His sermon will be "Eternal Vigilance." Congregation Beth El (Orthodox) will hear Rabbi Murray Grauer at 8:30 Friday morning when he speaks on "An Israeli ( Victory." He will be heard again ', on Saturday morning when his topic will be "Jewish Emotions." Thursday, Friday and Saturday services will be held at 6:30 p.m. with daily religious school from 3:30 to 6:30 and Sunday school at 10 a.m. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will chant all musical portions. North Shoro Jewish Center (Conservative) will hold earlyFriday evening services at 6:15 and Yizkor services Saturday morning at 10:30. At that time Rabbi Philip Fried will conduct the services and speak on "Immortality and Its True Significance." Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will j hear Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conduct Friday morning services at 8:30 ard speak on "Crossing in Safety." Thursday evening services will take place at 6:15 and Friday evening services at 5:30, At 8:30 Saturday morning, the rabbi will discuss "Our Hope" to be followed by a memorial service at 10:30. Daily services are held at 7:30 a.m. followed by Mi.schna Mincha at 6:30 p.m. is followed on Monday and Thursday by a class in Ein Yakov, and Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday by a class in Jewish Laws and Customs. Maariv is held daily at 7 p.m. Temple Israel of Miami (Re| form) will hear Dr. Joseph R. Narot discuss "Darkness at Noon," ;a current drama on the evils of I Communism, Friday night at 8:15. Passover services will be held I Friday morning at 11 and will Mr elude a memorial service in [which both Rabbi Narot and i Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will parl ticipate. On Mav 2. the Temple Men's Club will elect officers. Miami Hebrew School and Con\ gregation (Orthodox) will hear Rabbi Simon April speak on "Isi rael's Crowning Redemption", Friday evening at 6:15. There, will also be services at 6:15 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. Friday. Saturday services will begin at 9 j a.m. with Yiskor at 11 and Minj cha at 6:15 p.m. followed by. Maariv. Hebrew school is held daily from 3:30 to 6:30 and Sun-, day school is at 10 a.m. Daily j services take place at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Temple Isaiah of Miami Beach (Reform) will hear Rabbi Moshay P. Mann lecture "How Can You Keep Your Marriage From Bej coming Stale?" at the Friday evening service at 8:30. Saturday ] at 11 a.m. the rabbi will broadcast services over WINZ and discuss the tojsic, "How Free Are We?" West Miami Jewish Center (Conservative) will hold Passover services on Friday and Saturday morning at 9 while Friday evening services will take place at 6:30. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will preach on Saturday morning at 10:45 and Sunday school is at 10 a.m. Downtown Synagogue (Orthodox) will hear Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz speak at the 8:30 a.m Friday services on "New Interpretation 1 For An Old Song." Services for the last two days of Passover will commence with the Thursday evening prayers at 6:30. Friday service will also begin at 6:30. Final Passover services will be held Saturday at 8:30 a.m. with Yizkor at 10:15 a.m. when the rabbi will speak on "Reflections and Immortality." Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. Services arc held daily at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. | Rabbi Zelkowitz and Cantor Louis Jacobskind will officiate at all Passover services. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) will have concluding Passover si rvices on Thursday night at 6. Friday morning at 10:45 and Friday evening at 8:!5. At the morn. rvice Rabbi Leon Ki will speak on "Sayings Pathi rs." On Saturday, the Bar .. Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and i Mrs. Arthur Hirschman. will take i place. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of each service. Miami-Hiale?h Springs Jewish Community Center will hear guest speaker Larry Roscma:.. home on leave from the Navy, on Friday evening. Late services begin at 8:30 p.m. with Cantor Ben Grossberg chanting. Israelite Center (Conservative) holds dailv services at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. with Friday service at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak on "Song of the Spirit" at that time. Saturday service will be at 9 a.m. with Yizkor at 10. The rabbi will discuss the meaning ol Yizkor. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox) will have Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Louis D. Feder officiate at the closing service of Passover to be held at 630 pm. Thursday and Friday and 8:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The rabbi's topic will be A World at Sea" on Friday, and Saturday he will speak on Appear Before Your God" at 10.30 a.m. Young Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach invites all members from other parts of the country now visiting in Miami Beach to attend its services. They will be held Thursday and Friday evening at 6:15, Saturday at 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and daily at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tfereth Israel Northside Center will hold services at 4316 N.W. 7th Ave. conducted by Cantor, Teitelbaum. Services will be held Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 9 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) has announced its schedule of services as follows: Seventh day of Passover, April 27, 6:45 p.m., eighth day Passover, April 28, 9 a.m.; and memorial service on AjH'il 28 at 10:30 ; a.m. Services are held daily at; 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach at all morn. ing services, and Cantor Jacob | Y. Goldring will chant. Children's Passover services will be held at 10 a.m. on April 27 and 28. Kneseth Israel (Orthodox) will have Thursday evening services at 6:30. Cantor Abraham Seif will conduct. Friday and Saturday morning, services will be conducted at 8:30 by the cantor. At. 4-30 p.m. a class in Talmud will be held. Mincha at 6 will be followed by Zmira and Maariv. Daily services are held at 8 a.m. followed by a class in Jewish i Laws and customs. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal) will hear Rabbi Morris A Skop's sermon on "How Otliei Jews Keep Pesach" at Friday evening services at 8:15. Satuiday service will begin at 9:30 a.m. and Yizkor at 10:30. Pesach KidTemple Beth El of West Palm Beach (Conservative) will conduct Friday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning services at 9, all under the direction of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. 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l^li^wiislhJElliDipidliigun FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1951 SEC. B ikle New Head illation Slated Xe H. Weinkle, Miami atBias been elected president Tern Lodge, B'nai B'rith, fcnization's oldest unit in Eh Florida area. He sucpidney Aronovitz. ilc is a graduate of the lity of Miami Law School Ke served as a member of jvtisity debate team. He Knber of Tau Epsilon Phi |ty and Congregation Beth tie served as a communofficer in the navy in jTar II and is a member of Krican Legion and Jewish Iterans. He is one of the ors of a plan to set cheapprices for Dade County Children. The plan is curIbeing considered by the ounty School Board. Jile resides at 2120 S.W. |rr. with his wife, Zena, bee children, Caroline, Ind Louis. lew president will be ofinstalled at the B'nai State Federeation conventhe Casablanca Hotel 29 and 30. officers to be indutced time include vice presifrank Jaffe, David Stubin nford M. Swerdlin; treasfcdward S. Roth; corressecretary, Marvin Rautording secretary, Joseph % vis and financial secreernard Newmark. warden, Sherburt S. assistant warden, David Jian; monitor, Sidney M. litz; assistant monitor, Ed] T. Newman; guardian. Cross Drive |gs In $231,026 |Rod Cross collection drive County has almost fully pledges for 1951 by raisjl.026 of the $278,960 quota, chairmen recently re%  public service division is ly one which has exceeded \U\. This includes privatelycompanies serving the such as utilities, post ofjorkers, radio stations and apcrs. Their quota was and was topped by $756. of that division is O. Eu:>ush, Miami banker, br divisions and their re. collections are Miami den99 per cent; Coral Gables, Ir cent; government emfcs, 91 per cent; commercial, cent; industrial and conIon, 83 per cent; and county on. 80 per cent. I sub-chairmen in the counvision reported collections quota in El Portal, Golden \. Hialeah, Miami Springs, Miami, Biscayne Gardens Jouth Miami, the commercial division, sub-dvisions were over the fhey were auto supply, regrocers, wholesale grocers, ael and refrigerator firms, 1 and dental supply conflorists and furniture other general report meetbill be held soon. Of Sholem Lodge; Beach Voters May For Sunday Night Renter Evenings Voting registration offices -: *? :ing registration offices on the first floor of the Miami Beach City Hall will remain open Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6 to 9 until the May 5 registration deadline, in addition to the daytime hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson urged voters who intend to register to do so as soon as possible to avoid standing in line as the deadline approaches To be eligible for registration, Tomlinson explained, a person must have been a resident of Florida for one year and of Miami Beach six month.s All previously registered voters who failed to vote in the past two general elections in 1947 and 1949 must register again in order to vote in the forthcoming election, he pointed out. Any registered voter who has changed his address since the last election may apply for a precinct change by calling city hall. Change of address cards, he announced will be sent to voters requesting them. Jerome H. Weinkle Theodore J. Sakowitz; assistant guardian, Dr. Emanuel Pushkin; trustees, Herbert Blume, Alexander S. Douglis, Sam Friedman, Alexander Lion, Judge William L. Pallot and Irving Saal. Hebrew Schools Plan Graduation First exercises for graduates of Hebrew schools of Greater Miami and the first graduating class of the Community Hebrew High School have been announced by Max Meisel, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, sponsoring the program. Rites are slated for Wednesday, May 23, the eve of Lag B'Omer, at the Miami Women's Club, 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. A special cantata, "Hag Habikgurim," is now being rehearsed by the graduates under the direction of Mrs. Miriam Donerstag. The program will include an address by a prominent educator, awarding of prizes to graduates and presentation of diplomas by the chairmen of educational boards and rabbis of the five participating schools, Beth David Congregation, Congregation Beth El, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The exercises are open to the public. __ Marines Finish Training Pfc. Charles Solomon, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Solomon of 1535 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, and Pfc. Leroy D. Lewis, 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C Lewis of 3608 Anderson Road, Coral Gables, have completed recruit training at Parns Island, S. C. Both Marines qualified as rifle marksmen. High School Senior Wins NYU Award A senior at Miami High School, 17-year-old Bruce B. Brauston, will be the recipient of a New York University scholarship on Sunday night, April 29, at a dinner-dance at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. According to Leo Robinson, president of the NYU Alumni Club of South Florida, Brauston is the first student from this area to be so honored. He added that this would be the first of a series of annual scholarships. Brauston was chosen by a board consisting of Miss Beulah Godwin, Leonard Wollman, Abe Rosenberg, Mark Waldman, Mrs. Dorothy Mondores and Leonard Kalish, all NYU graduates, said scholarship chairman Dr. L. L. Mann. Brauston has lived in Miami for the past seven years, but was born in New York City. He is an honor student, member of the Honor Council, Senior Board, Student Council, Medical Club and the 93-99 Honor Society. The NYU Alumni Club of South Florida has a membership of approximately 250. Other officers are Ira Kaye, vice president; Mrs. Mondores, second vice president; Stan Wasser, secretary; and Sydney Wasserman, treasurer. are invited to attend the City-wide Rally in celebration of ISRAEL'S 3rd Independence Day SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washere-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 NX. 2nd kre. Ph. 9-3144 fl %  I • 0 wtt* smmminc POOL* STERHI RoomFREE PRRIMB* RESTRICTS OCEflH BHTHin6 • EXERCVCLES mflssflGE Rooms w nGPonG > 1 MONTH* on Thursday Night May 10 at 8:30 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Washington Avenue at 17th Street Guest of Honor Golda Myerson Israel's Minister of Labor FREE ADMISSION TO ISRAEL BOND PURCHASERS BOND SUBSCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE AT MIAMI Miami Campaign Hdq. Rm. 1703 Congress Bldg 9Norman R. Lyons, Rm. 910 Olympia Bldg 9Adelman Pipe & Steel Company, 47 N.E. 25th St 9Associated Photographers, 145 N.E. 2nd Street 9Sanford Swerdlin, Room 543 Seybold Building 2 Roberts Press, 120 N.E. 6th Street 9 Printing Arts, 720 N. W. 21st Street 82 Mrs. Bernard Steven, 300 N.W. 109th Street 89 Miami Jewish Community Center, 450 S.W. 16th Ave 3 Mrs. H. C. Moser, 2464 S.W. 24th Terrace 4 MIAMI BEACH 1471 1776 5621 1269 •7178 6708 3476 %  4602 •5489 -0648 Miami Beach Campaign Hdq., 1245 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Midtown Office, 205 Twenty-third Street Miss Lillian Goodman, 7127 Bay Drive 86-4954 Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avenue 5-6819 Fair Tours, 2315 Collins Avenue 58-1694 Mrs. Harry Gersten, 8028 Harding Avenue 86-7914 Zionist Organization of America, 235 Lincoln Road 58-4643 (Entrance on James Avenue) Seymour B. Liebman, Room 310, 350 Lincoln Road 58-5964 Ben Zion Ginsburg, Room 406. 420 Lincoln Road 58-8600 Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, 4625 N. Bay Road 5-4365 Mrs. Alex A. Straus, 4202 N. Meridian Avenue 5-7633 Mrs. Harry Platoff, 3771 Royal Palm Avenue 5-0163 Harry Sonz, 1595 Washington Avenue 58-6623 Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Avenue 58-2503 Mrs. Miriam Press, 911 Third Street 5-4152 Mrs. Jack Udell, 241 Twenty-eighth Street 5-7548 Ardmore Studio, 738 Forty-first Street 5-0341 Young Men's and Women's Hebrew Ass'n of Miami Beach ,,,. 1536 Bay Road 5-odia



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PAGE 8 A Temple Israel Unit Will Seat Officers Sisterhood of Temple Israel will hold an installation luncl on Monday. May 7, at 12:30 | at the Roney Plaza Hotel. M Beach. Rabl i R. Narot will conduct th st lation. Mrs. I. tein will rtists Mrs R %  W Ikowsky Gn Id, pianist and composer, lly Brown, American s stylist. To be installed are president. Mrs. Norman Giller: f:rst vice president. Mrs. Elry Stone: second vice president. Mrs. Leopold Swartz: treasurer. Mrs. G. Louis Mtndelson: recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Bulbin: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert Green:, assistant corresponding secretary. [ Mrs. Henry Hirsch: financial sec-' retary, Mrs. Harold Meyers: auditor. Mrs. Alvin Sandier. Board of directors includes Mesdames Fred Abrams. St Hantman, Max Holtzberg. Ei': Kohn. Frank Perlman. Harry V. :.-. 1'. n % %  in Slote, Hai irman, A,i.>!ph Werl %  % %  r %  %  %  • n an Mi I %  S Serving %  %  %  Klein Trues Study ( \ i Bond Program • >< %  • : Hollywood, Lauderdale Lodge Leaders Installed Recentlynsl d officers of the men's lodges of Holly* I and Ft. L '' nai B rith • For H %  first A ; %  Saul P : -• s In as irer. L burg: chaolain. L uis A i narand trust..Max B and Ge rg< Rol ins n Off: era t Ft. I. 1 Igi 1438 are: president. Morris H. Sterling: first vice president. Irving Wellens; second vice president. Melvin M Shapiro: secretarv. Reuben Lear: financial secretary, Harold Tobias: treasurer. Louis Sterling: monitor. Daniel Danart: guardian. Alfred Stone: and trustees. I. A. Sterling. William Kretchman and Paul Epstein. Ja-k II. Ciordon Open* Campaign D. G • Miami I %  •' % %  : : iori %  %  2 >1 il I : I rurk recently re' :. .: fe of ... t infantryLuncheon Card Party N %  n v.'. %  pport of 1 < ;irlia HoitlP I nit Tt> Install LaVr* May •* Dad( t -. • %  thi National Home will install iea '"! %  % %  : Wesl I Si %  M ,.• • .1 serve as -.e Mrs W I M Leon K Mrs. Nathan Glass, Mrs. Julius Weiner. Miss Roslyn King. vice presidents: Mis. Ira Kornbluth rig secretary: Mrs. Jack Hoss. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Gould, social sec,; Mrs. Manny Rich, treasurer:" Mrs. Paul Seitelman. finanlecretary, and Mrs. Janette Jacobs, auditor. Serving on the advisory board „r. Mesdanus Jessie I. Marcus. Cleentine Kemp. Gertrude Lachs and Charles Raab. Trustees arc Misa Sophie Tucker and Mes9 Camille Baum. Sol Goldstrom William Fan. Benjamin B. FRIDAY Cardiac Home Unit Slates Card Party % %  will :ed bv the Miami Chap• National Chi] -ic Home on V. May 2. at 12 noon at the home. 4250 West Flgaler St. II stesses will arrange tables for those who do not bring them, according to Mrs. Harold Spahn tnd Mrs. Harry Hacker, co-chairmen of the event. Donation of one dollar will be accepted at the door. o unique odventure ISRAEL: 1951 TRAVEL through iht country WORK in agricultural ittllmnt( STUDY o< Htbrcw Unlvtriity Pl.r. A: $950 Plan I: S7SO ftrtl fopoxr included Inavlr*: I—It Programs, Ywrtk Dtpt Jtwish Agency tor Palestine M Ust Mtk Strut. Nr. York 21. Y. Wolff and Eva Sawitz. Mrs. Harry Levin is chairman of the dav and her co-chairmen Mi sd.nnes Jack Brodsky and Edith Reuben. Arrangements for %  nts are being made by Mis. Charles Raab and her coman Mrs. Robert Stein. p H0N E 5.2* W*W'WWWWWWA/A*'WWW By Popular Dema nd! RETURN ENGAGEMENTS THURS.. FRI., SAT.. MAY. 3. 4. 5 TUES. WED., MAT i %  ".i-^,1 s uuf trj New Dade County Auditorium Amidor W.w7 TlCii(rii<-iioii Coin ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS ROADS — STREETS — PARKING LOTS DR.TB ASPHALTS — TARS — ROAD OILS Since 1931 1085 N. W. 56th Street p;..,., Miami 38, Florida HURRICANE SALES CO. WHOLESALE & COMMISSION YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS General Manager 7U7KwJikflJ WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON „ J Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phor.e 78-1522-M Phone 481631 Miami, Floral THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide K, hruth Asscciatioa Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Feds* ADVISES THE PUBLIC To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater) Vaad HakaThruth Pi 1 B is a-' played; And to buy only chickens with the rr.g oi t're p PS 1 a i as this is the only idcr.:::::ation wh.::a that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shcchet; A slit on the throat of a chicken is not proof 0* kosher, according to the Jewish Law; ^ Stores which were endorsed previously m *r endorsed now; therefore, go to the store to see u of the G.M.V.H. is displayed. AND ANNOUNCES That the following poultry markets in tni CITY OF MIAMI are under supervision and endorsement: ADLER'S LIVE KOSHER POULTRY MARKET. 1832 S.W. 8th St. ABES LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 2011 S.W. 8th St FIFTH STREET LIVE POULTRY MARKET, 149 N.W I CORAL WAY KOSHER MARKET. 1741 S.W. 22nd St FLORIDA NATL. KOSHER PROVISION CO.. 230 "* KENHOLZ MEAT It POULTRY MARKET. 2634 Pone* de Leon BirdCoral Gables (NOTE: Several of th* olhar maat marketsJ^Jfl the Mashgiacbc to Mttr thstir itorts. and tnei ( chickens without identification, and those m recognized ai Kosher by the Vaad.) MIAMI BEACH BERMAN POULTRY. 88 Washington Ave. GUTTMAN & LAPOF LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 325 Collins Are. ^ HERMANS MEAT It POULTRY MARKET, 732 HOFFMAN'S KOSHER MEAT PRODUCTS. 415 EH* WsshW* MAR** 1 KAPLANS KOSHER MEAT MARKET, 552 MALTER'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY 436 Collins Are. S 8c H LIVE POULTRY MARKET. 320 ColliM AND ALSO ANNOUNCES H M That signs such as "Traditional D' nne "' m n !) "Kosher Style." "Jewish Style.'" or "Sc a*" Served." definitely do not assure kashru "' ulb &" For Further Information Concerning Kh' Director. Rabbi Joseph E. R r ,M*>* 818 Michigan Avenue g [> % %  Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy



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APRIL 27, 1951 +Jewist thrkUan |v Ir Ja roceeds To laven School school will get the profcni the Dramatic AcaBduction of "Cheaper lozen" at Miami Beach Auditorium. May 27ee-act comedy is union of Lillian Pox E. Foreman, academy rs. : trmance is sched27 with admission vri fiO cents including |M;iy 28 production will Sly for adults with the for tin' evening perset at $1.20, tax inpspectod At ll'rith Meet Ued from Page 1 A) will be principal t the banquet Sunday JE. Albert Pallot. genpi nlion chairman, is succeed Kleinfeld as Sdcnt. the delegates who will convention from va> of the state are: St. Mr. and Mrs. Julius •Dr. and Mrs. Julius Mr. and Mrs. Hyman and Mrs. Al Feldman, is. Bon Feldman, Mr. James Moed, Mr. and ci Slimer, Mr. and Mrs. vda, Mr. and Mrs. <; ildman, Edward ml Joseph Silverberg; Mr. and Mrs. Sr., Mrs. Lottie Mrs. Eva Leff, Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. Julius I i, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. I M and Mrs. ir. an I Mrs. Leo Mi. and Mrs. Harry Beth Jacob Reelects Whitman President David Whitman was reelected by acclaim for a fourth successive year as president oi gation Beth Jacob at its annual meeting held Sunday. April 22. Elected with him as officers for PAGE 11 A LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS mn i "*Mr w o n he undersigned, del ring. ',under the fictitious name o" !.' \ s 'on ol Hen ity nl .::,; s "IAv. Miami, intend* to I l-.MA SIMPS' IN, 1.7 5/I-1I-1?' ""'" %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ., S "'' HEREBY niVRN thai wi'" tajte'ln IWMITI"' "'l el Whit, .Miami lleach, Fla., Intend to r, | Mid name with the Clerk o the lr '" 1 Courl ol I) de rount .i orlda. H R GORDON JA<'OH 11 noRrn ,\* MAMRER and LIFTER • •• for Applicants %  %  i. ncoln Road 4/20-27 :. l-ll i the current year were Joseph Cohen, first vice president, and David Goldstein, second vice president. Marcie Liberman was reelected treasurer; Saul Genet, recording 'secretary; and Leo Meyer, fii nancial seci etary. A financial report waS rendered and planand projects for the coming year were discussed. M jreen, R lothberg, tosenthai Uar! nd Mr. and Mrs. i\ Tampa. Mr, and B. Wolfson, Mr. and s Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morrice Mi. and Mrs. Sol '. ind Mrs. Eugene nd Mrs. Nathan Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mr and Mrs J. Mrs. Grace Buha, ittle. Sam Sugarman, on and Harry Bernahassee, Mr. and Mrs. ick and Sam Robbins; le, Mr. and Mrs. MoPris n and Mrs. Harry ; Orlando, Mr. and y J. Cohen, Mr. and i Daniels. H. J. George Al Amoff; Hollywood, rger. North Dade Units To Meet Next meeting of the North Dade Jewish Center will be held Wednesday. May 2, at 8:15 p.m. at the center. The Sisterhood of the North Dade Center will meet May 14 at 8:15 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIiV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Martin Food Products at 10 S. E. 5th Street, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAUL MARTIN 4/27 .1-4-11-18 The address of 315 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, erroneously appeared In an advertisement of Stone's Liquor Stores in our issue of April 20th. KM 14 H Get EXTRA interest 01 your surplus funds i# INTEREST on Savings'-Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up }o $10,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonard L Abtu. President 46 W. FLAGLER ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE MIAMI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT oiFLORIDA, IN AND FOR PADE HIM9 NTTlN CHANCERY, No. CHARLES GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE GROSS, Defendant. TO: ALICE GRI IBS e o B. Llebowlti 60 Alabama Avenue Brooklyn, New York TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .-, Bill of Complaint dor Divorce •• %  I n filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill or Complalnl <>ii the Plaintiffs attorney, anu file the original Answer In the Office or th,' Clerk of the Clrcull Court ,m or before the 23rd day of May, 1951, in default of which, the BUI of C implaint win be taken as confessed against you. DONE and ORDERED at Miami, Dade I 'ounty, Florida, this 23rd day of April, IBS1. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull < '.o n i (Clrcull Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. LEO SH FINER ey for Plaintiff 302 Roper !'• %  Id ng Miami 32, Florida i 27 :, i-ii-is NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT C< ll'RT I IF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR O \ DE Cl 1UNTY, l-'l., 'KM 'A — IN CHANCERY, No 1 i BERNICE C. PIASECKI. Plaintiff, vs. JERSZT PIASECKI, Defendant. TO: JEItSZY PIASECKI c o l iydnla American Lines Pearl Street New York City, Mew York and 'or JERSZY PIASECKI c o Mrs, Anna I 'lase, ka ri. Lowk-ka No. ll Kklernlewlce, Poland YOU are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24 day of May. AD. 1951. otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as conf.ssed bv you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of April, A.D. 1951. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Attorney: MURRAY GOODMAN 910-12 Olympia Building Miami, Florida 4/27 5/4-11-IS SX t*0!$I SAVINGS BANK IN THi SOUTH NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 137085. JOSEPH E. JACOBSON, Plaintiff va SALLY GOLD&CHLAOER, LEO QOLDSCHLAGER, JEAN SILVERSTEIN, DORIS n. FORMAN, VICToR l.KYINK and RUACH F'lNANCE CORPORATION, I vfendnnts. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, .,Bpeclal Master and by virtue of th,Final Decree of Foreclosure heretofore entered In that certain cause pending In the Clrcull Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade County, in Chancery, bring Chancery Case No. 137085, In which JOSEPH i: JACOB90N is the Plaintiff and SALLY COLDSCHLAOER, LEO QOLDSCHLAGER, JEAN SILVERSTEIN, DORIS D. FORMAN, VICTOR LEVINE and BEACH FINANCE CORPORATION, are the Defendants. I. as Special Master In Chancery appointed by the Court In said Decree, under and by virtue of the terms thereof, will offer for sale, and sell at public outcry to the highest and lost bidder for cash at the south front door of the Dade County Court house. In the City of Miami, Florida, on the 31st day of May, A.D. 1951. between the hours of 11:00 o'clock A. M. and 2:00 o'clock P. M. the same being a legal sales day and the hours the legal hours of sale, the following described property situate In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot 2 Block 50 of OCEAN F.KAi'll ADDITION No. .1 according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Flat Book 7 at I "age 4S of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida; commonly known as the SODA CAR. located at :!-'4 Washington Avenue. Miami Reach. Florida: and together with all improvements ii|Min said land and fixtures, furniture and furnishings therein. ,J .„ The Said property as aforesaid, together with all the tenements, hereditaments ami appurtenances thereunto belonging, or In any wise appertaining, being sold to satisfy said Decree. DATED: this :'l day of April, A.D. FRED R BAISDEN Special Master in Chancery. MILTON" R. MANNHEIMER Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 4/27 5/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIR,TIT COURT OF THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I OR DADE C( lUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No, 1 102 • K"SI.\ \ c SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SMITH, 1 r., .1 iseph S Astoi la, L, ng i land, New York VOU ARE HEREBY REQUIR1 i I serve a opj of j to th bill of complaint In the above i *<>r dlvoi and file the original In I !l I.. • i, 1951, bill f eompli m will -• 'I by you, Dated, till of \ B LEA1 HERMAN, %  Dade County, i : %  Court 6 I-.M C. FEIGE, MYERS, HUMAN, KAPJ Attornej i foi Pla ntlff 630 Seybold Building Miami 32, Floi l 20-27 5. l-ll NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ll'l'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— in ,'hancery, No. 110551 EVELYN WARD. Plaintiff, vs. DONALD WARD, Defendant. To: DONALD WARD, Defendant 88-05 Springfield Blvd. Bayslde, Long Island, New York YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you. and you are i • quired to s, i ve a opy of youi Answer to said Bill on the Plaintiffs attorney, NORMAN l: LYONS, B10 Olympia Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer in the ( ifl ce of th,' Clerk of the Circuit Court, Miami, Dade County, Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May, 1951, or a decree pro confesso will be entered ti g ilnsl you. DATED this :'i day of April, 1951 at Miami, Dade County, Florida. E B LEATHERMAN, 1 • rk ol 'unit 'ourt, Dade County, Florida. i, circuit i 'oui t s 11 By M. ''. FEIOE, 1 le i It} 4 27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,'1 THE FI.F.VI:\IH JUDICI \I. CIRCUIT OF II. < IRIDA IN AND FDH DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO, 1 10650 MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE BUCKO, T, >: S, 'I'lHK IJUCKc I, I ::• GLENWOOD AVENUE BINGHAMPTON, NEW YORK yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been fib-,1 against you, and you are hereby required to nerve a i ipj of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cunty. Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May, 1951, otherwise the allegations of the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. HATED at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of April, 1951. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS 910-11-12 Olympia Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' Till ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' FLORIDA, IN AND illK DADE COUNTY. — I.N CHANCERY, No. 140396. HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, vs. l'HILIU TUMAN, Defendant. To: Philip Tuman c/o John Tuman. 67(1 West ICnd Avenue. New York City, N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve ., copy of your answer or pleading thereto on the plaintiff's attorney, HERBERT E. KAUFMAN, 1629 dul'ont Building, Miami 33, Florida, and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before tho 22nd day of May, 1951. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default ; will be taken against you for the nllef demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he-published once [ each week for tour consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldian, DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lsth day of April. 1951. F:. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk itf the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIC.F.. Deputy Clerk. HERBERT F. KAUFMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 4/20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that : Ithe flctl Malv, i Motel at 17475 C nue, Miami Hi tend tn ; the Circuit i c SAMUEL I. I. SOPHIE G. KAUI I -. HEiMAN ,v KAPLAN %  %  NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION IN 1 HE %  IRCUIT COURT I >F Till: MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUI \ LND !•', IR DAI IE I % %  "UNTY I IN CHANCERY \ I) W. WORSNOF RUTH l"l. I d %  %  T( is RUTH F L( IRENCE VV iRSNi ::'.". 'h, %  • il Sti eel Keamy, New .: %  i Bey Yl U ai •• i equli • -1 to serve > • if your Answer to the BUI ••:' Complaint f, r i Hvoi c the Plalni Attorney and t-t'i:. the I % %  Answer In the Offlc, the < % % %  rk -if the Clrcull Court on or bel re the L'I day of May, A D. 1951, othei the Bill %  I Complaint for I %  : her.tot',,!,, filed h.r.in will be as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, t rl 11, this 24 daj of April. A.D. 1951. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court I lade 'ounty, Floi Ida II Court S.-al) By: WM W. STI ICKING Deputy Nam., and Address Plaintiff's Attoi ii.--. MURRAY GOODMAN 91, i-12 Mlvim,. Miami. Florida 4/2" 5 l-ll-ls NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TIII: CIRC err COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC 'I U FLORIDA, IN AND %  '• I|; DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 14,IIJ; LOUIS KAHR, Plaintiff, vs. NAOMI KAHR. D, SUI FOR D VORCE TO: NA,i.\II KAHR 885 r -• inth Street 14, N, w Y %  You, N titled 3 |nl has be, I to serve i Ansn er or ng to ( i 'ompl Mm on the i • BEN ESSEN, ESQ Miami. Floi AtlSWe 'I Offl C|, • %  • before tl you fall to do so, ju, will be %  • demanded Compla m: Tins notl • "hall be pub I each week for foui utlve wteks In TinJewish Florldian. DONE AND ORDERED at M Florida, this 9 day „f April, A D. IS! 1. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Omit. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \VM. W. STOCKNO, Deputy Clerk. BF:N KSSKN 823 Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attornev for Plaintiff 4/13-20-27 5/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FX>R DADE COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY. No. 140061. LOUIS GREFINnERO. Plaintiff, vs. CLARA L. UREENBERG. Defendant. To: CLARA L. GREENBERG. 1901 Ocean Ave.. Brooklyn, New Y'ork. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In tho office of the Clerk Of the circuit Court on or before the 5 day of May, A.D 1951: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 6 day of April. 1951. E. B. LF1ATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla, 4/13-20-27 5/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFTNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' F'I/)RIDA, IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140476. LAURA FOI.OER. Plaintiff ,vs. JOSEPH J. POIX3ER. Defendant. To: JOSEPH J. POI/1ER, Residence unknown Mailing address: c/o: General Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey, You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 day of May. A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed n ill intaken as < onfess, you. Dat.d at Miami. Florida, this the :u day "t April. 1951. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B) : WM. W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attornev lor Plaintiff, pi-:: S. % b.-lil Bide Miami. Florida. I 87 5 i-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THI-: CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 14030S. JOSEPH KUTCHBR, Plaintiff, vs. SARAH KUTCHER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH KUTCHER c/o Sonny Lewis 524 Flatbush Avenue Brooklvn, New Y'ork You, SARAH KUTCHER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESy 823 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hfeore the 16 day of May. 1451. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall 1>published once each week for lour consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18 day of April, AD. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Clr, ult Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff S23 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 4/20-27 5/4-11



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PAGE 4 A +Je*istncrkliar FRIDAY, EDITORIAL APRIL. Indvpvmlenvo tsstiv The most important financial undertaking cf the State of Israel since it was established is now a reality. The S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue is available to the public. The clearance for public offering of the issue was aiven on March 28, when the Securities and Exchange ^' mission declared the Registration effective. With the flotation of this Bond Issue, Isr. which won victory in the political and the fields, begins its march to indepeiv the economic field. Appropriately, the offering is celled the "Independence Issue." State of Israel Bonds are a dire of the State of Israel. Thej Dollar Bonds Law adopted by Israel a (Parliament) this year, repayable in dollars. The following are the major terms of the Bonds: There are two types of Bonds: (a) Interest Bearing Bonds, denominated Fifteen Yeca ;! : "'.Dollar Coupon Bonds, on which interest at the rate ot 3'2 0 o per annum will be payable semiannually, and (b) Capital Appreciation Bonds, denominated Twelve Year Dollar Savings Bonds, which will have a maturity value of 150o of the issue amount. Coupon Bonds are dated May 1, 1951 and mature May 1, 1966. Savings Bonds are dated as of the first day of the month in which a subscription for such Bond is accepted by one of the banks designated for such purpose, and will become due twelve years from such c^:e. Coupon Bonds are offered in denominations of S500. SI,000. $2,500 S5.00C S10.000 and S100 000. Savings Bonds ore c::e:ez in demon!nations of S50, S1CC S25C S50G SI """ c ^00 S5.000 and S10.000. The State of Israel will purchase a Bond al any time within two years nftei the death .: the Registeied Owner. The State of Israel will purchase any Registered Bonds at any time in legal tender currency of the State of Israel at the then official rate of exchange. Beginning with May 1. 1954, the Registered Bonds may be exchanged for freely transferable Bearer Bonds of like amount. The fiscal agent for the State of Israel Bond Issue :s the Chase National Bank in cooperation eighteen other major banks throughout the country. All Bond subscriptions together with ments will be forwarded to cne of these banks GIVE HER A FLYING START!— $8,000 Brought In u M Monday Concerts At JNF Jubilee WU1 Chanae Location %  which will mail the Bond directly to the subscriber. Self-sufficiency and economic independence are Israel's major goals to be achieved as a result of the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Israel will be able to cut down greatly on its imports and to expand its export market substantially. In a very short period of time, Israel will assume indisputable leadership as the most important industrial country in its part of the world. Israel will serve as an assembly center for Western products intended for Middle Eastern markets £t n j... Wl11 be the major chann el for the flow of Middle Eastern raw materials to the West. In the words of Abba Eban. Ambassador of Israel to the United States, "This then is not an ordinary moment in the life of our people. It is A.H Chapter To Hear Miss loan 1 % %  :< .is[igh School n '• : •' ess, will be t speak t the f .urth an%  phoi • %  Dade Jew* In Russia A New York Times renrrt that the Jews in the SovfeT C a?, Mo o^ festival of Passover with tSS**^ in the crowded Central SvnZ^ ""J further states that the conXg'N represent a cross-section of the l -^ young, middle-aged and some 1 ?: Jews, and that the female sZ**^ gogue was occupied by a m "l ^ %  ) dressed women. Y number of s^ It has been such a lona tim about Jewish life has ZaZ^. Russia that we are pleased w,,h el** and contradictory report. It is ^j!j know that there still L Jews |n S? observing hohdays, and i,,^ 2ing to learn that there are voung jS' attached to synagogue and tradition However, the impression we got from* was that it omitted more than i, S S ft* about smartly dressed women altaSSafcl over eve services does not sound aiS can we understand how thousands of 2 Jewish famihes-as the report says-r2 serve a traditional Seder where Ziotl anathema. In a country where fear of Jewish nationalism has prompted sum and liquidation of all Jewish cultural and values one doesn't chant the Seder the 2 of liberation and return to Zion. The mystery of what has been happen Jewish life in Russia, communal, reliqL cultural, is as baffling as ever despite story about Passover. If there are enough on Jews in Moscow to crowd a huge synagogue, young and old and if there are still thoun of families in Moscow observing Passo?B' cording to ancient tradition, it certainly is fa assume the existence of a wide hankeriuq i Jewishness among the Jews in Soviet RUM this premise is correct, the reported liquid* of all avenues of cultural expression to the lea populace betrays only one brutal purp deliberate spiritual decimation of the minority. a moment of ecstacy and revelation, a manj of achievement and of high confidence, a maal\ of 'thunder and lightning and the voice of trumptl exceeding loud.' Everything depends upon lb] nature and scale of the leadership which | shall enjoy." Gables Zionists To Meet U-M Concert Features A general meeting of the Coral I Pianist Stell Andersen Gables Zionist District is slated j p lanis1 Ste „ Ani ,, M ? 1 torTi May 3. at 8:30 p.m. Lo loisl at the 8!h „,, at the C u-al Gables Jewish Cenconcert of th, Htyoflff to an announceam i symphony < %  nan R. Lyons, presideate Al: conducti „g. She will a| pear Sun I 29 at 8:30 p: Municipal ..im. and JIM clay night at Miami Senior H*| iol. She has I "Der F • isehutz," by Czl M ia Von W piano and major, no. 5, Emporer," <*•! T3. by Ludwif. • r.oven. The .'.ill also J£l form "Air' 3 in D majoi nn SeM t:an Bach. .:. Bauer: Symphony No. 5. "J!|| by c;> Antheil: Kavd's "Boll Alt Mrs R •• • %  >' HosvnovrR Rocheli. \ Miss Babad, Me, I". G lo y-R-ppaport nleav Anna Bae, ,'* "l^Si 0 !?"":*** vjJned Tl : official Jewish N. pins Miss Ann Alt E\... Asnes M. Rose Berk B Ai C D K%  • l •"' icks, "Ida PreidRuth Frii .. Miss s David Mesi G risoi S "rganiza; %  PTA Meeting To Feature Skit +Jmistf/cri(foflJ Jlished every Friday •'""71 he Jewish Flondun t %  jj I et. Miami II. Flwld 'V4 lecond-class mailer K>, at the" Post Office *9 • .. under the Act of March IB me Jewish Floridian ha M2 Publia by The Sixth street. tei-ed at sec 1MO, Fla., Tha Jewish Monaian n.. ----^ the Jewish Unity and l"e J "T Weekly. Member of the r !" g!E St t n Aril JMJJ WIH> Newl SfW" III* I Newspapers. Florid a Press Aiw c^ The Jewish Floridian i ne jewisn rwi •< % %  —" ". -v. ruarantee the Ka.ihruth of W | rhandlse advertis.d in will Saul %  • %  •• • • n i ard Fete s Parnes A slate of officers for the commg election will be read. 'ard meetmg will be held April 30. at the home 1901 S.W. SUBSCRIPTION ATE a) One Year Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor sn dPul>ljM r ____ LOUIS ARONOVITZ Newt Editor^_____ OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141Volume 24 XI SAN FRIDAY. APRIL



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PAGE 2 B + lenist HcrHlnr "Jewish Diamond Aces" Rookies Given "Once Over" As Umpires Shout "Play Ball" BY HAROLD V i It I seas I verj f "' %  %  %  %  •• .• : %  • — : -.:'.'•. rig f the 1 5 • %  : %  .? .. • ... ."• %  % %  E. • • -' 1 : • %  ~ ~ ~ NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9381 r £ Ni--*SC£ SEE2S v,:-.-.-. •;L '! -i C* IW = -*.;..-• 5-;; H .s i; -St ;;, was so-so on a poor being generously n. for the Browns %  H '-V needed. gen verj %  oody s %  : : %  I S N • a 2 t me of son 1 p B Is the Sox are by %  rl • tj I : perfoi -v.ances .-.r.y criterion, he Th< : ther Jewi in '.he me day combine to fon r.g batter;. : %  it chi League. Saul • • and 11 • • '•er.. are ns with i jor leaTig. : the Tigers. H I win Cypen New Beach J^AY.aW Irving Cypen Mi Jewish ball star Cal Abrarr.s a p:crr.:s:r.; dy-arr.o in the Dodger powerhouse for the SI season. :s shewn outside the Brooklyn dugout as he prepares to warmup for action. American Jewish Press photo JOE SOLER IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES Scuta American Souvenirs and Jewelry • :: :. : : ~^e ::: l-^cclr. Road Phone :-;::: and mitt nlj Dim, mafiTHtfh it : catching. • in the current T. : the story of %  %  : i of, ll a a good guess to pre; | Rotblat: and Gins-, berg will hai ad all season If Abrama gets %  : rularly the chances are %  fill :•: in the lineup ;: .' %  the year Roaovin !" probably return : '• league clubs Ro%  : r.e regains his for-. '""'' nd these are : ~" season ui Irving Cypen was appointed lad Friday to succeed the late Dan:,: P. Galen as Miami Beach judge. The Beach council unanimously >ved Cypen for the $6.444-ayear pos: after his recommendaManager Claude A. Cypen has been servag -----"-• %  •-.. -tan: :; % %  Al the council I n of 1 June 5 1 ied June 5" %  • approval after each biA i %  Cvpen •v of Florida Law School in 1943." He was appointed law clerk to the late Judge Curtis L, Waller of the F ifth United SUtes Circuit Court of Appeals. New Orleans. He was commissioned an enN • .*, the ^ ated %  • 7" *J^i •'• %  named den: Br:: com: ern the :.: a mei Mia-: | He ; hu f Mian B that h, for the ;.: ploye becaus) time to di the oi i ever as c _-..^ SVji ticn THE r::;zs: -,, FORPASSOVH FROM E5RAQ ELITE < IIIM olatf %  HO Truly Delirious! New Obtsincile d Food Fair Carl's Markets The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE, MIAMI K*3 5e Mi st euW r HJMBI B*iei "i ....... t. SIMM B p : } : ,,. .. JMM nm y : ...know what an anchor man is % e bav, our own definition, and it a f,n ow on thc ^ ^ QT fc fellow who 6\es aacbon Here at Tk,-. r J i nere at Lha-* Federal, our version is the fellow who •:-,EK,,., h „ t „ „. h ., r „ „.„ : ,.,.. uh v oub *oo*..fcfelta l fk„ shoo vour eendadaten.r: :,w n t, one 0 f th^ tw„ l\ ijWsiedo/-o| Savfegs MilN ntCIPC linn i :...i. n. 4^ MAIN OFFICE-1100 Lincoln Road Ph. 587411 NO. BEACH OFFICE-7474 Collins Ave. Ph. 86-7331



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IY. APRIL 27. 1951 isel Heads ication Bureau lx Meisel was reelected jent of the Bureau of Jewfeucation at a regular meetie board of directors. Iier officers include Harrv ihoff. Dr. M. J. Glick. Mrs. Ida Ratner, vice presidents; n Shapoff. secretary; Ben B3, treasurer. The new ofwill be installed at the sh Education Dinner to be on Sunday, May 6. directors discussed the |blc purchase of the old Beth Talmud Torah site as a te home for the bureau. Au-' Ity was given to the building Ittee, headed by Harry fenhoff. to negotiate for purafter consultation with the ling committee of the Greatliami Jewish Federation. ans were formulated for the community graduation exes to be held on Wednesday, 23, at the Miami Women's for 30 graduates from the David, Beth El, Beth jm. Miami Beach Jewish |er. Miami Hebrew School the Central Hebrew High hoi. rprise Birthday Party |rs Esther Glasser, treasurer Esther Chapter of AmeriJt wish Congress, was tena surprise birthday party ll" 16 by President Celia Have i Whitman Hall. Friends attended. t Hialeah Women ; Elect Leaders Mrs. Ada Roseman has been j elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center. Other officers include Mrs. Mary Seligman, vice president: Mrs. Eve DeYoung. secretary; and Mrs. Sadie Lebowitz, treasurer. The group is now making plans for a luncheon to be held Monday May 7 at Gelvan Hull. 951 4th Ave., Hialeah. Mrs. Yetta Gelvan is in charge of the event. +Je*rishn*rkttar) PAGE 5 A New Americans To Mark Warsaw Ghetto Uprising New Americans of Greater Miami will hold a mass meeting in commemoration of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on Sunday, April 29. at 8 p.m. at Beth El Center. A one-act play, recitations and songs of ghetto life will be offered by the New Americans. Admission is free and the public is welcome. Beach Zionists To Elect Officers Young Adults To Picnic The Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center, in association with other young adult groups, will hold a picnic at Crandon Park on Sunday, April 29. A car-pool will leave the center at 10:30 a.m. A meeting of the league is slated for Monday night at 8:30 at the center. r Abraham Seif will enfl?in residents of the Jev/ish bme for the Aged on Sunday, pri> 29, at 2.-30 p.m. The proam is under the direction of Leo einman and Joseph W. Malek. SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances [Bti.iiiless LEADER WIRE 25 Iti No*. 1-9 each. Reg. 35c fiJtV HEAVY IiL'TY REEL 200 Yd f 3 u IQLA8S ROD |RtR. (10 1^95 1KI.KCER FISH HOOKS eft SIZPB 1 to 5—100 Re. J2.50 *W [GLASS KOD IKi'K. 119.95 ... 10 HEAVY ROAT [ROD. Keg. $12.50 '5 :.o I LARGE ALUMINUM **9j ITACKLE BOX. Reg. J7.95.._ I-KAD SINKERS l-o*. to 8 oz. Jf9 %  Met 1 Lb. 31c 5 Lbs. GALVANIZED .MINNOW 00 BUCKETS. KPK. 33.50 KOI.DINT. CHAD TRAPS $1 ll 11.71 M. J NO. 1 BRASS BW1VELB Reg. 5c each 2:.00 PLUGS Reg, |i.is $1.40 —each 95 HAS LAMPS, BURNERS 'll 4 '"ITY SERVICE MOTOR OIL ? %  Gal, Can, 'rax in.i. Israelite Center Honors Sperling Over 175 persons heard Irving j Sperling, president of the Israeli ite Center, who was honored at 1 the group's third Seder at the center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace, ion Sunday, April 22. His name was inscribed by the center in I the Golden Book of Israel. Speakers of the evening were j Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Mr. Morj ris Aron, Mr. Ami Giladi and Mr. Irving Sperling, President. : Mr. David Granat was toastmasIter and Mr. Charles Fidelman was chairman of this event." More than 600 members of the Miami Beach Zionist District will meet Thursday, May 3, at 8:30 p.m. in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Center (entrance or. James Ave. and 17th St.) for the annual meeting ar.d election of officers, according to Alex Van Straaten. president. Harold Shapiro, nominating committee chairman, said only paid members will be eligible to vote for new officers. Friends and guests are invited to hear the guest speaker, Seymour B. Liebman, local attorney, who is the author of numerous articles and brochures on Israel ar.d Judaism. His topic will be "The Fourth Miracle of Israel." Liebman, former director of the economic commission of the Zionist Organization of America, visited Israel twice in the past few years. He is on the national I board of the United Synagogues '. of America, program chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist District I as well as co-chairman of its speakers' bureau. He is serving on the national executive of the \ ZOA for the $500,000,000 campaign for Bonds of the Israel government. Locally, he is on me i Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of the Israel government. One of the highlights of the :i eeting will be the distribution of ZOA awards to members "whose work in the last year has been outstanding." There will be no solicitation of funds, and admission is free. Auxiliary Plans Da neeFestival A charity dance and festival will be presented by the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary 199, Free Sons of Israel, on Sunday, April 29, at 8 p.m. at the Surfcomber Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Moe Plotkin is chairman of the event, which will be highlighted by dance contests. Tickets may be obtained by calling 5-1114. ICE lt >X R*f. Jio '6 7 For Passover Enjoyment and Good Nourishment BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE SWEET BUTTER CREAM CHEESE SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Jl D £ ^ "I ^ 2 AND ALL YEAR ROUND. AS CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Make Sure That the Xante Appears On Every Produet .Miami Office 153 X.E. 29th St. Phone 82-1731


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r, APRIL 27, 1951 *Jewisf> Fh>rid inn SLDERLY WOMAN companion to share South Vpt. Ocean Drive. KosherSalary. Phone after 11 -6913. "FOR RENT BEDROOM HOUSE JLLY FURNISHED ently located to buses and Call 2-1267 for further information. woman desires cornto share South Beach era. Ocean Drive, Kosher, Salary, Phone after 11 i-6913. OIIITUAKIES „. GUSSIE GOLD for services and Int I>laco April 24. termenl w hlch u,.,k I DLE-AGE COUPLE share large, quiet 3CBS home. Kosher bus at door, walking to Synagogue. Two bedreilable. $50 mo. yearly utilities. 200 N.E. 134th St. list or Accordionist id for Jewish Concerts. Martin Chochem /o Congress Hotel 1036 Ocean Drive ami Beach 39. Fla. lay from 10 to 12 A.M. LEON FREED ,-i partner in the Henv Lee Wholesale Grocery Co., i !.,", pvi! aay m Hi, Veterans Administration Hospital In Cleveland. Mr. Freed !, Wed a, 42i B. Mlaml A Jad'heS .,/'", 5 V n. JAMES M. BECK %  I. "f 231.1 fin, tre. i 'i ive, promoter rrom Brooklyn, passed nwav '". ihl.th. IIleaves lii.~ wit,. i;,,.... a Bister, Mrs, Leah Levj one broth Joseph. The remali lii'<>f>kl\ n by Chapel, Miami ;.iui Interment. r, winKent to Riverside Memorial Beach, fur sen li es SAMUEL OSHER 82, of 1925 Washington \\... n win. ter visitor from Blddeford, Maine where inwas a hardware merchant, passed away on the 17th, leaving ins wire, Leah, four sons and one daughter. The remains were senl to Blddeford for services and Interment by Rlversldo Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. SOVER GREETINGS fWALTER A. •RICH'S MARKET N. W. 62nd Street Phone 89-5651 MORRIS GOLDSTEIN 63. of 3025 Indian Creek Drive, B diamond dealer from Now York City, passed away on the 17th. He in survived by three sisters and three brothers. The remains were sent to New York for services and interment by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. ROSE LANGNER 56, of "3.". Collins Ave., a winter visitor from Brooklyn, passed away on the 21st. She is survived by four sons. Riverside Memorial Chapel, .Miami Beach, sent the remains to Brooklyn for services and Interment. CHAPPELL % Biscayne Building DAVID ROSENBERG 78. father of Billy Rose, passed away on the 19th in St. Francis Hospital. Mr. Rosenberg, a former New York merchant, resided at ,'.3fi 14th St. Surviving, In addition to his son. are two daughters, Mrs. Polly ilottlieb. I>.s Angeles, and Mrs. Mirian Stern, New York. Services were -onducted in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with Interment In Mt. Nebo. ABRAHAM LIBLIT 60. a Jeweler from Far Rockaway. I,. I., passed away on the 21st while visiting here. He leaves his wife. Clara. The remains were sent to Far Rockaway for services mid interment by Riverside Memorial chapel, Miami Beach. MRS. DOROTHY G SALWEN 62. a winter visitor from scranton, passed away on the i'jn.1. she had been spending winters here for the last L'II years. She leaves her husband, Isaac: two daughters, of Scranton. The remains were senl to that city for services and Interment by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. PNES CAST >NE SHOP l E. 54th Street 'hone 7-0314 GUS EDELSTEIN 62, of ISS E. San Marino Drive. passed away on the 23rd He was •• veteran of the first World Wai and was president of the 'Jus Bdelsteln and Bros. Hosiery Company, of New York. IIis survived by tin— sisters. 'I'll., remains were sent by Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach, to New fork for services ami Interment. OY HOTEL |n Year Around" iW. Second Street LEM INN File and Pete Francis jand enjoy the pleasure Pg on the water 'ood prepared by ex%  nominal prices. 50 Northwest River Drive • river just below 5th St. Bridge. %  *>g tor your car %  aga f 0r your boa \ "> 5 A.M. L PETE ft-mwi DR. ADOLF DONNER 7."., of 8SS s.w 7tb St., passed away April 19. He came here n year ago from New fork City where he was a prominent surgeon. He leaves his wife. Ray, and a sister, Mrs, E. Hahan ol Bucharest, Roumanla, Services were conducted In Gordon Funeral Home. JOSEPH E. SALINGER 68, ..f 1888 N W. nnii si died suddenly, at his home April 19. He lived here for 13 years, coming rrom Owensboro, Kj and was the owner of the Laura Lee Candy concern He leaves his wife, Harriett, and a Bister, Mrs. Marry Bueckler, Newark, N, ,i Services were conducted a( Gordon Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Narot. | —^ — | Isaac Slepian Dies, Annual Winter Visitor Word has been received of the death of Isaac Slepian, 63, of Buffalo, N. Y., on April 12. Mr. Slepian who has been an annual winter visitor to this area for .the past 15 years, was a retired wholesale produce broker. Founder of the Hebrew Free Loan Association in Buffalo, he was a member of the Buffalo Hebrew Old Aged Home and numerous other philanthropic organizations. Survivors include his wife, Sonia; sons, Samuel, Dr. Alexander and Abraham, all of Buffalo; brothers, Herman of Miami, and Jess Herbert of New York; sister, Mrs. Sophie Kalina, New York. SKNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. __ ANNA ROSENMAN ,.l '. ,llCk '•'" % %  %  "'nard Roaenman, of Huntlngton: and two daug htera krs, Marion WelnttaL Fl's ;J""i M,s *' %  '• Steadman ol < %  „ .!. •" %  "••-•" ^" %  •••-were held In the ;''''•'' ''"•""''" l :i '"" 1 """ Rabbi *J* Place in the family plot at Ml M. FANNIE BOGUS passed away al her home In "ii Raton. She lived here for 13 a !" omlng fr im St. Louis. Survlvnd, Nashville, Mrs. Blanche Lappln. Mrs. Cecil Abbott, St, Louis, •s. N-'tiHutkin and Mis. |. „„•,.„,,. 'I'lhcnt, ol Boca Raton, and M iontioldman ,.f Hollywood, Sen were conducted In the Cordon lr J;ral t hi 1 with Interment In the mily plot .it Woodlawn Park. JOSEPH RABIN0V1TZ 60, passed away al Miami Beach on ..('li ... ,'"' ""mains were senl to l hlliidelphla for services and Inter%  '" %  '"' by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1830 AII, in Road, JUNE ALFRED CHARLES SILVERMAN 19. of 38 N.W, 25th Ave., passed away April IS al Ft. Bennfng, Qa., where he has been hospitalised as a result ,.i wounds Buffered In the Korean war, Sen Ices were conducted at Gordon Funeral Chapel by Ital.l.i Max Shapiro. Intermenl took place in woodlawn Park Cemetery. Military services were held at the uravesid'e l>> the .I. wish War Veterans, Norman Brace Brown Post. Survivors Include bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sllverman; two sisters, Gloria and Mrs, Marian Spellman, of Miami. BEST •tf : JIM SWANSON AND ASSOCIATB8 PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 SEASON'S GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-3163 HEALTH > EGGS Bfi^^P*iStW)M*H pm?-^ uemdm dupewi. R. W. BROWN and CO. 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PAGE 10 A vJewistncridiar i Heath Center Sisterhood Installs hv> WDKVlffa fcers \t Luncheon At Saxony Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 SKIN DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT Dr H. W. Ha.ig 9-W2 Harding Avc. Ph. 8u-6:'34 Miami Be.ich Try Our High Test Gas — You Will Like It Cars Washed and Polished BOB'S SERVICE STATION AMOCO PRODUCTS 802 N. W. 4th Street PHONE 82-9146 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS ON PASSOVER WEEK TYCOON TACKLE SHOP, Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-7402 Installation Sisterhood of the TWENTY-THIRD SEASON 1950 — 1951 UNIVERSITY 0FM4AMI SYJffHOnY ORCHESTRA i, Conductor S .:. %  %  A: .'. | I Municipal A • M n Eve., April 30, B:30 p.m., Mian.: Seni i High School smi ANDERSEN PIANIST rickets SI.50. S I Mia '•. In Mrs. Ira C. Wa'.sey. right, outgoing president of the Mian* Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood, congratulates Mrs. Jack Falk. new president, as Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, looks on. of officers of the tress for the luncheon was Mrs. imi Beach Alfred Stone Flowers wewU*en I U4 A .1 ,. l : "'' f > MrS Nat H Hank(>ff Jewish Center highlighted then and Mrs. Irving Cypen. In charg* annual luncheon last week at the f h( hospitality committee was Pagoda Room of the Saxony HoMrg Ben j amin 3 Wolff. Printing tel I was handled by Mrs. Bernard F. Chairman of tl e affair was stern. Mrs Michael rose, assisted by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, proMi-.William Feuer. Toastmisgram chairman, arranged a fash11 --. iw with gowns I y Ann JefStud I furs by Pinto. Music for tl e fashion show was • I by Harry Rogers at the M Goods an, Voial selection.were rendered %  Cantoi Jacob Y. Goldring. accompanied by Mrs. Ben Yomen at the pia Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual li the C< nter, addressed the gathering of over 300 on the subject, "A New i. I Begii ch irged th< officers and members of the duties and responsibilities for the future. Mrs. Ira C( il< v, al 51 .. out inj fered gn tings t the rites w 1 11 • %  %  .' k J. Falk ; • lent. Mrs M n pn Mrs. Irving Le] n n; vii • %  %  Willi im ; Zion Gil •.. Golduel LipI Raj I Rubin Tin 1 lore H kol : %  Col. W Isej tn r, Mrs. Samuel Gin [; financial secretary, Mrs. Samuel 1 retary, Mrs. Bermai B % %  %  F Stern; spending secretary, Mrs. Samuel Oka and Mrs. Nathan Slome; auditor, Mr11 1 :s eludes I %  Harry Co : Hal. : %  H. M '• • n. Al 1 • • ittei Earl Ri 1 >" Pi R Julius Ro"• S 3 'Tiller Jul• Setigman. Ed Singer, Milton |rkin. Alfred Stone. George Sugermen Alexander Sussman Hy Sweet Nelan Sweet. G J Tahanoff, Michael Tose, Wilbur Wiahner, Benjamin B Wolff and Leonard Wolfe Mrt'^v.nf l"^ 11 '" 8 offlcer w wrs. Irving Lehrman. Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chor Ben Yomen, Conductor Margaret Hen v SUNDAY. APRIL 29. 8:30 P. M ^ ^ at 14th St MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Street and Drexel Avenue. Mlami B presenting tac "ESTHER HAMALKE" Cantata for CHORUS and TENOR r# Music by MAURICE RAUCH NATHANIEL SPRINZEN. Tenor New York Civic 0 Admission suj £** BEN YOMEN. Conductor OFFICES FOR LEASE 67th STREET AND COLLINS AVENUE Completely. AU Conditioned Exclusive section of North Beach-Suitable for: Doctors, Dentists, Chiropodist, Lawyers Insurance, Display Rooms, etc. 211 67th Street Miami Beach ph 0M K BROKERS COOPERATE General Repair on all Make Trui ki and Car BlMtrtC and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repair, and Painting Kree I'lok-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Servlc* Phones 3-2244. 2-6632 S40 S.W. lit :•„ CAPT. JOE'S FISH EXCHANGE 425 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. Telephone 240 Passover Greetings to the Entire Jewish lomninnilT Phone 4-9463 Lubrication, Tire RepsiM S. n Mi EXPERT MECHANICAL WORK 1602 S. W. 27th Avenue Mi !" ncrt l TED & STAN SERVICE STATION GREETINGS THE PATIO SHOP YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOf WE AIM TO PLEASE. J 3650 Coral Way P hone ** Auto Pai=a Phone 4-2041 PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE n Corner Grand Ave. & Douglas Road Mianu r SHELL'S SI PI it MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club 8c Casino Equipment A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MAJOR ROLAND R. SWEET U.S.M.C.R. RECRUITING OFFICER United States Marine Corps Recruiting S fTlC Room228 Miami Pod 0** 1 UL LIAIH DIB K A ** I 41nt Street Flower h ?V*r*\ 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre FLORAL FASHION'S! In Complete Wedding Service ^ Specializing In Decorating Private Homes n SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCW WE DELIVER