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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[4 -NUMBER 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\\\h Bang:
iond Drive Off To Flying Start;
llion Reported Sold First Day
IK (AJP)American
td their hearts, mus-
ney into the $500,000.-
|>ond campaign, the
jntary philanthropic
in American history,
campaign was form-
id from the bond
Is in downtown Man-
faay.
dignified excitement
offices of the Anier-
fal and Development
Corporation for Israel as months
of planning were swiftly moved
into the operations stage.
Unofficial first day sales fig-
ures indicated a possible nation-
wide sale of around S25.000.000.
representing half of the t ital
which bond leaders hoped to pre-
sent to Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion at the Madison
Square Garden rally. May 10.
Officials at the AFDC declined
(Continued on Page 4A)
Golda Myerson Speaks at Bond
Rally on Beach Thursday Night
Israel's dynamic Minister of Labor Golda Myerson willj The internationally famed
speak in behalf of the Jewish state's 5500,000,000 Independence i stateswoman will be accompanied
ii i- .u .. j to Miami from Washington by Dr.
Bond issue at a giant rally markinq the third anniversary of | Morris Goodman, newly ap-
the young Middle East republic on Thursday, May 10, at 8:30 p,,jnted chairman of_ the Greater
p. m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium.
idman Named Local Chairman
lei's 500-Million-Dollar Bond Drive
i Goodman, vice pres-
[general manager of
tothers Department
Goodman's Lincoln
and local civic lead-
pted the chairmanship
_er Miami Committee
DO.000,000 bond issue
.'loated in the United
he Government of Is-
odman assumes the
invitation of Hen-
fnihau, Jr., who, as
1 of the U. S. Treas-
I this country in the
bore than 185 billion
[ bonds and securities.
Vnthau is chairman of
of governors of the
^Financial and Devel-
fcorporaton for Israel,
j directing the sale of
I the United States.
fcstment in Israel is an
in democracy," Mr.
stated.
is investment of
[in Israel has already
i dividends in the form
democratic pattern in
little country. In less
> years of statehood, Is-
Bemonstrated, as few
^ns. its ability to main-
j rights and freedom in
jpheaval. That is the
nocracy," Mr. Morgen-
DO More Expected
of the tremendous
load carried by the government
and the citizens of Israel, to
welcome and integrate more
than 500.000 new immigrants
since May, 1948, the nation to-
day is determined to absorb an
addiional 600,000 newcomers
in the next three years.
"In order to accomplish this
and consolidate the economic
position of the existing popu-
lation. Israel is embarking on
a great program of industrial
and agricultural development."
Dr. Goodman arrived in Miami
16 years ago from New York
City, wheie he had taught and
practiced medicine for 12 years.
He was formerly assistant clinical
professor of medicine at New
York University and assistant at-
tending physician at Bellevue
Hospital in New York City.
Numerous Civic Activities
Among his numerous civic in-
terests. Dr. Goodman is vcie
president of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital and serves as chairman of
the important joint advisory com-
mittee consisting of representa-
tives of the board of trustees and
the hospital's medical staff. He is
also chairman of the public re-
lations committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
director of the Miami District of
the Zionist Organization of
America. He holds membership
in Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'nth
(Continued on Page 7A)

Golda Myerson
Miami bond drive. Dr. Goodman,
who will represent this area at a
dinner on May 9 at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel in New York, will
meet Mis. Myerson in Washing-
ton Thursday morning and travel
with her by Eastern Air Lines.
They are scheduled to arrive here
at 1:25 p. m.
Included in the welcoming
delegation will be the mayors of
Miami, Miami Beach. Coral Ga-
bles and other adjacent munici-
palities. Jewish community lead-
ers from Greater Miami, as well
as West Palm Beach. Fort Lau-
' derdale. Hollywood. Key West.
Dr. Goodman will be host at a
cocktail party in honor of the
Israeli visitor at 5 p. m. at the
Saxony Hotel where Mrs. Myer-
son will be a guest. During her
stay, the Israeli flag will be flown
by the hotel
All seats for the rally will be
reserved, with tickets free to all
bond purchasers.
One of the highlights of the
rally will be the appearance of
the 18-man Greater Miami Can-
tors Association Chorus under the
direction of Cantor Samuel Kel-
emer and Robert Strassburg, mu-
sic consultant for the Jewish Cen-
ters Association.
There are two types of bonds:
interest bearing bonds, denomi-
nated 15-year 3'-2 percent dollar
coupon bonds, on which interest
at the rate of 3'2 percent per an-
num will be payable semi-an-
nually; and capital appreciation
bonds denominated 12-year sav-
ings bonds, which will have a
maturity value of 150 percent of
the issue amount.
Coupon bonds are dated May 1,
1951, and mature May 1. 1966.
(Continued on Page 4A)
Syrian Troops Invade Israeli Territory
Syrian forces invaded Israeli
territory Wednesday and heavy
fighting is now raging between
Israeli and Syrian troops, Israel
reported 'to the United Nations.
The battle was underway near
the disputed frontier area north
of the Sea of Galilee. Israeli of-
ficials reported. According to
their report, "armed Syrian ir-
k. Morris Goodman, chairman of the GreaterJJcmu
Uttee for Bonds of Israel- Government Tuesday, sold1 the
ond in Miami Beach to Mayor Harold Twrt ^V"^
nember of the bond drive executive ^'"H}"J*%T
hand to greet Golda Myenwn. Minister of J"""*
I cabinet, when she arrive, here on Thursday afternoon.
10. to spark the local bond selling effort.
Federation Will
Mil Hi Bar Mitzva
At Annual Meet
A Bar Mitzvah ceremony mark-
ing the thirteenth year of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will highlight the annual meeting
to be held at the Biscayne Room
of the Columus Hotel, according
to William D. Singer, president of
Federation.
An original skit written by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe
Boxerman will feature the
achievements of Greater Miami s
central Jewish agency since it
was organized. Participating in
the program will be the seven
men who have served as presi-
dent of the group. They are
Stanley C. Myers, Benjamin
Bronston, Sam Blank, Monte
Selig Max Orovitz, Jacob bher
and Singer. This will mark the
first occasion when all seven
have taken part in such a pre-
sentation.
The program will also review
Federation's activities during the
past year and chart plans for the
coming year.
Members of Federation will
also elect a new slate of officers.
regulars and units of -he regular
Syrian army" crossed the bor-
der into Israel in the neutral
zone near the highly disputed
Huleh swamp section on the up-
Jewish Education
Head Will Speak
At Dinner May (>
An outstanding American lead-
er in Jewish education. Michael
A. Stavitsky. will speak at the
second annual dinner sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami on Sun-
day, May 6 at 6 p.m.
The affair will be held at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Once a vear the Bureau of
Jewish Education calls this group
together where the broader im-
plications of Jewish education in
America are presented, the
bureau's efforts are evaluated,
and new officers installed.
Stavitsky's activities include
national communal leadership in
Zionism, Jewish group-work and
Jewish Education. His leadership
of the American Association for
Jewish education has made that
organization one of the most vital
forces in Jewish life in America.
The arrangement committee in-
cludes Mrs. Matilda Ratner,
chairman; Mesdames Louis Glas-
ser, Abraham Kasow, Leon Ell
Ireal Shapoff, Louis Heiman. Eli
Hurwitz, and Harry Simonhoff.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. Ratner, 5-2321, and at the
Bureau, 318 Congress Bldg., or
by phoning 3-5858 or 9-0489.
per Jordan River, just west of
the Syrian border.
The government of Israel sent
an urgent message to the UN
Security Council, charging that
Syrian troops had violated the
UN armistice agreement by at-
tacking across the demilitarized
zone.
Abba S. Eban. Israel's repre-
sentative to the UN, read a tele-
gram from the Israeli foreign
minister in Tel Aviv to the Se-
curity Council urging the 11-
nation body to order withdrawal
of invading troops.
The foreign minister declared
in his telegram: "I have no doubt
\ that this attack constitutes in the
I formal sense, both a violation of
'the armistice agreement and an
act of aggression."
From Israel cme word that
with the bade continuing after
nightfall Israeli reinforcements
were brought up to support the
small army patrol which was
fighting a delaying action.
Senate Passes
Anti-Mask Bill
A bill outlawng the wearing
of masks or burning of crosses in
public in Florida was passed un-
animously and without debate by
the state Senate Monday.
Though the measure does not
specifically mention the Ku Klux
Klan, it is clearly aimed at the
hooded organization.
The unmasking bill now goes
to Gov. Fuller Warren for his
signature.
..;.*


PAGE 2 A
I'll Say...
One often hears jibes about the numerous pi
in Israel These cracks usually proceed I still
quarters and ,...' They I
plexities : face the tiny state, wh< -
Gal Ffi tage
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ties
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reflecting i -

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people, ''.
a el. loes nol r up the in :.-
- -' ecloud a ] I party that i an
I..... ers to sit
the sidi lim an tion of fellow
l.
Hashon ;:
To und< : rigins and
I in-
nts. its back I |:
V This grou] A leri-
-..' ntury.
nery from
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Vagaries in the Mapam
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
, mmunal iwnership of ; The3 h Id i iches
in contempl
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Vet Hash Hat: thi tenets of
Marx and protest ve i I
i S S R. Mai ank and file, as well
' .1 behind the Iron Curt.,.::.
..hy didn't they remain in
S '. But here we run into that si
. and at cross purp
nment Th H s -
rvently Jewish. No group in Is
to the Hebrew language and eu'.'
N r nization performed greater pioni
isks in reclaiming the land of Palestine. T
I collectivist enterprise with
tion to communal welfare. P: :
determined to live a Jewish life
on the soil of their ancestral homeland.
Its Irrehgion
Yet again we run into the dualism that del
pal analysis N .: >up in Israel :s more anti-
ligi ius. They appear to have rejected Judaism in
toto. For Friday evening, the boys take a shave
wer and put on their onlv pressed suit. V."
Sabbath best W
cloth is spread over the tables: a bright, clean Sab-
bath air shines over the large dining hall. Yet no
Service Is read: no Kiddush is i ntr.
wine. Neither Sepher Ton,i. '":a Sublet J
to be found in the entire Kibbutt Af.>er Bok
rthemeJ|
concert is heard on th
1 SSiw i .n Jth>' radi or nh"e,5e4
ds. Pictorial art is ci th 8ri*
r works and a Sabbath
l
.,,>- ....u u ootojim can ,.'
.wing days: but the old
::._ On the Seder ,. >oti,
- .if heroic exploits in .1. ':'* na&djjj
K ppur is observed as a holidav hut
tie prays. "' l lew : |
Its Schismatic Loyalties
V t. ho.
land to its 1
N ir is a finer, more -
'f^Jewry to be found .
-.oming
ed from the general communitv "Th '"
, a., I .
from the defi
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Ives a select group and
fellow
Dutch Treat Luncheon
For Welfare Committee
i inity well
: i Miami Section of
National C in 1 : Jewish
will hold a Dutch tn I
I Betty's Resaurant on
.. May 9. at 12 noon.
of the meeting .s to
rid its
W : k with New A er-
I e Jewish Social S
u will be d:
y be made by
the council office.
of consecration'that
,v workers, fellow Zionist, fell >w
ly thirty years in existence, th, v are '",'h,m
the flexibility of radicals and a, .^
hidebound doctrinaires. A cerl lg M
: idealistic behavior and ':hem I
sciously discordant, divisive and inc marunu. uT
hot bed of victorious, militant NaUonaUsm 2
tend towards Soviet cosmopolitanism In th. 2
of Judaism they profess an atheism that is renniS
and sophomoric. To a Labor adn : ,*
maintain a sullen, aloofness, unc, ...I.??
geance. ""[an*
Its Unreahsm
Sentimental idealism seems to lead this grouo im-
positions having no bearing on ~ The Si
Dr. J. L. Magness and his fellow d. ldv w
a bi-nat.onal state. The Hashomer Hatzair app^S
the plan, even though the Arabs rejected it as in
practical and unworkable. Thev fought with sum-'
human bravery at Negbah and Mishmer Haemrt
yet misjudged the significance of the wa- and
stressed the need of constructive pioneering at th
crucial moment when the British and the V
desperately preventing the rebirth
Mother's Day Affair
'', i .n Club No. Two
will hold a
er's Day celebratii n Sat-
! Maj 12 it li irf. nist Res-
1381 Washington Ave-
Miami Beach.

I Fund : .. hich Mrs Idj
:.- club c ai
Child Re> u Fu .
M Mint
Mrs. Matilda Ratner is chair-
man of the Jewish Education
Dinner to be held Sunday, May
6. at the Miami Beach Jewish
enter.
DAY WORKERS S5
colored vaids
part tive or full time
in private hoves
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
ACE EMPLOYMENT
N E. "$t Ave. Pf, 9.3507
Nfl Ca'Be to Employer
HEAR GOLDA MYERSON
MINISTER OF LABOR
STATE OF ISRAEL
SOUTH FLORIDA'S
"SALUTE TO ISRAEL"
RALLY
in celebration of
ISRAELS THIRD INDEPENDENCE DAY
THURSDAY. MAY 10th
8:30 P. M.
.Miami Beach Auditorium Washington Avenue^at 17th Street
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UDAY, MAY 4, 1951
t'Jmisti Fhuridiar
PAGE 3 A

THE
.'
STATE
OF
ISRAEL
announces its
first bond issue
$500,000,000 INDEPENDENCE ISSUE
on the occasion of its third anniversary
State of Israel
INDEPENDENCE ISSUE
two types of bonds are offered
a) Interest Bearing Bonds Denominated as
Fifteen Year Wt% Dollar Coupon Bonds
(in denominations of $500 to $100,000)
ft) Capital Appreciation Bonds Denominated as
Twelve Year Dollar Savings Bonds
(in denominations of $50 to $10,000)
Maturity Value: 150% of issue amount ^


AMERICAN *"SS- CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
GREATER MIAMI COMMITTEE
For
BONDS OF ISRAEL GOVERNMENT
1703 Congress Building
Miami
Phone 9-U71
U
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN. Chairman.
Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government
1703 Congress Building. Miami. Florida
Please send me a copy of the prospectus ^"K
the $500,000,000 State of Israel Independence Bond
Issue. *
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PAGE 4 A
-JewlstthrkJlan
FRIDAY
MUTj
EDITORIAL
independent** Bonds
More than 1,200,000 Jews now live in Israel. Of
these, 550,000 have entered the country since
the establishment of the State. 600,000 more are
expected to arrive by 1953. Israel must have the
capital investment necessary for the expansion of
its industry, housing and agriculture, the con-
struction of new roads and power plants, and the
exploitation of natural resources, in order to keep
pace with this vast immigration program.
The time for expansion is NOW. If Israel gets
investment capital NOW, the task of building a
stable, self-sufficient nation can be carried out
in a few short years. If capital investment through
the Bond drive should not be forthcoming, this
would take generations. And it would cost ten
times as muchnot only in money, but in terms
of human suffering and waste.
The greater the speed with which Israel
achieves full subscription of the Bond Issue, the
greater the speed with which she can achieve
economic expansion.
Buy Independence Bonds!

mmrn
A Fine Example
A recent report from Istanbul tells that Turkish
government officials ordered the closing down of
two anti-Semitic publications. The action was
based on the thesis that the publications were
carrying on activities inimical to the welfare of
the country since the ideologies they preached
were contrary to the principles of the Turkish
Republic.
This development is an encouraging one,
though we are net unmindful of the fact that it
Ives the issue of the freedom of the press.
At a time when anti-Semitic sheets are thriving
clarmingly in Europe it is aood to witness one of
Europe's neighbors showing a fine example of
decency and democracy as well. For it is ax-
A SPRING HOPE
Israel Bond Drive Off To Flying Starf
p .-----------------------------------__
figures, I .. ,"
th Couples Ltd. Elect
Lewis w. Gcrf.no was elected
lent of Couples 1 td of
Temple Israel at a meeting of the
AFDC offices group this week.
Imire A1-- elected to office were Dr
ince Leslie T. Bukstel, vice presidents
l: "v\ ent of an Mrs. Jerome Drevfus, Secretary:
>1 bond withi the words "Your D. Robert Lewis.'treasurer.
iomatic that the manifestation of anti-Semitism
constitutes the greatest menace to democracy.
It occurs to us that Turkey's action against the
anti-Semites is the first fruit of the good relations
between Istanbul and Tel Aviv. No nation in-
terested in holding the amity of Israel can afford
to permit its anti-Semites to run amok.
Year oi Emergencies
"The Year of Emergencies" m. ,
report of the Joint Distribution r 195
eued. describe, in dramatic hSftT
rfttt. agency b a year of *
1950: the avalanche of "^T? **
grants from Iran and Eastern Euro*Zk
be brought to Israel in a race n2? 7ho^
the falling off of funds avaUableC^J
Jewish Appeal. ttom M
But despite grave emergencies nnj
setbacks, we believe ff ETflN
agree that JDC in 1950 rolled up a?T
record of achievement. It ended k P*
for 174,500 Jews, bringing 62Wff?l
Israel. It brought food and other rp,>
heat MjnB In Europe^ffl
gave protective care to 48,000 children 1
pally orphans; provided medical b**J
80 000 each month, aided some SO.ofcl
self-support and enabled 116,000 to confij
education. *'
In this report, JDC analyzes realisticah
challenging tasks for the current year- u2
sizes that 400.000 Jews in Europe in MosllS
and in Israel still look to this agency for a 4
to work, to achieve minimum standards*
cency and, in many.instances, just to live 0
major tasks for 1951 include an intensive&J
a decent future for the children in Moslem b
continued reconstruction help to aid addfi
thousands of idle men and women to prodao
living and furnishing relief and medical co
tens of thousands of still needy Jews in all
tries of operation.
When JDC writes the next chapter of its a
ress report in 1951, we fervently hope that in
be able to announce that these importaatj
challenging needs have been me: that ouifejj
Jews abroad have moved decisively forwcril
the road to a better life.
1 COT
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Beach Dentist In Army
A Miami Beach dentist, Dr. L.
Fred Goldberg, of 6034 Indian
Dr., has reported for Army
duty as a 1st lieutenant i:-. the
dental corps at Camp Rucker,
Ala. lie has been practicing in
Miami Beach since his gradua-
tion from Emory University den-
tal school two years ago.
Golda Myerson Speaks at Bond
Rally on Beach Thursday Night
splashed
Bond With Israel"
I I middle.
The thr switchboards were
-vamped that operator.- who
have a reputation for politeness.
I hardly anwer urgent ques-
ti ns
A lerican Jews, from the rank
and file to those possessing world-
as names, poured into the
bond offices, seeking orders, or
reporting on the spreading
paign of the opening day.
At the Zionist Organization of
ica. committed to thi
of S100.000.000 in bonds. -
excitement prevailed. A huge
blackboard stood in the reception
hall and at. noon on the opening
day. a total of over S8.000.000 in
sales had been posted.
A Voice of America broadcast
was held in the same room with
Dr. Herman Sehnskv, promi-
nent local psychiatrist, spoke on
'The Inter-Personal Aspects of
-Married Life.''
May Program Set
By Music, Art Unit
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League has arranged a spe-
cial program for the league as-
sembly which will be for mem-
bers only, announced Miss Ruth
Br itman, founder and chairman.
It Will be held in the Saxonv Ho-
tel on Tuesday, May 8. at 830
p. m.
Highlighting the affair will be
guests such as Anto Loeb. art,
( director of Paramounfs motion
typewriters and adding machines P ure animated shorts. He will
adding to the din. ZOA officials dlscU:is and illustrate how these
. .t \____ cartoons are maHf.
Danbaum Is Director
Ben F. Danbaum has been
elected director of the Licensed
Beverage Industries, a national
public relations organization for
the wine and spirits trade. He is
Miami and Jacksonville distrib-
utor for Calvert Distilleries Corp.
and president of Ben Danbaum,
Inc.
Plan Mother's Day Fete
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach will sponsor a
Mothers Day celebration at
Kneseth Israel Congregation on
May( 15. according to Mrs. Henry
Sseitlin, president.
Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs. David
Friedman are co-chairmen for
the Israel, bond drive for their
unit. Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kap-
lan is over-all chairman for the
reported to the Voice of America
listeners on the progress of the
bond campagn.
Published every Friday since 1927
ty The Jewish Floridian at 120 N E
Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. En-
\l \* 'eco"?-class matter July 4,
1930, at the Post Office of Miami
Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed
Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate. Worldwide News Service,
National EditdriaiAssociation. Ameri.
earn Association of English. Jewish
N^w^papers^FiondaPress Association
The
V^_, Je*'!8ni noridian dors not *uewi iiorns at the piano will
cartoons are made.
Another guest will be Helen
Alpert. former Hearst newspaper
woman, who, since coming to
ElK1 l ,yars aR0" has been
called Publicity queen of hotel
row She is also well-known
for her column "Strictly Neigh-
bors which appears in the Jew-
ish Floridian. Her talk will con-
cern public relations.
An instrumental trio will be
headed by Herbert Brombcrg
former concert violinist. Flora
{?*? mezzo soprano, with
Kathleen Norns at the piano will
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FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
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film producer, Charles' Previn.
she has sung in Radio City. N. Y'
for many years.
The auditions committee is
j headed by Amyuta Melicov. For
further details and information,
I call Ruth Brotman at 58-0756.
JWV Installation
| Miami Beach Post 330 of the
Jewish War Veterans and its
Auxiliary will hold joint instal-
lation of officers at ceremonies
Volume htUav *. 1?i,,nber 18 on^^y"^y bVI-3o'T"
. mSS^fiyTiKi !bU828 aw Road- M
HERSKOWITZ UNVEILING
Dedication of a monument to
he memory of the late David M
Herskowite will take place Sun-
day. May 6th. at 1:30 at Mt Nebo
Cemetery w.th Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. Mr. Hersko-
Witz is survived bv his w f, V,, |
three children, Sylvan Hersko-
Wltz, Johnstown, Pa., Mrs s.H-
n-y R.chman and Mrflrv/ng
KUrSe", bo,h of Miami Sands
Memorial is in charge of ar-
rangements. Friends and reS
Hve are asked to attend
EDELSON UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
t' the memory of the late Harrv
Edelson formerly of 3054 N B '
Road Miami Beach, will tak*
place Sunday, May B !
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery' wun Rabbi
Murray Grauer officiati *
Edelson is survived by h?s wife'
lrela,iv,s,rS,dfordpSreK^
(Continued from Page 1A)
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NOTICE OF VASTER!
IN TIIK CIRl'l'l ,: Hi
KI.KVKVTH II [iH'IAI
IN AND Ft >IC I -Al'K
CHANCKU \
and SUll U,
Strawberry Festival On
Israelite Center Agenda
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will sponsor a
strawberry festival and card par-
ty on Sunday. May 6. at 7 p. m.
at the center, 3198 S. W. 24th
Terrace.
Mrs .Irving Sterling is chair-
vre Mwdamei I. Goldberg.
- Shenkm and Pauline Simoss.
fhrCCCds. arc earmarked for
the center building fund.
To Mark Mother's Day
theETn,ah Chapter ,75- Order of
c?al rorl,ern Star' wi, hold spe-
cial eeremon.esin honor of Molh-
ers Day on Thursday. May 10.
accord^ to^Ma^^pl'1
worthy maUon. **!
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TER mdei
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of Dad? County
Thr said
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nttwr wi.'h all'lhe "n';,n,,h^i
Itampnt.- and ,i1-irfnanH,.
tiidonslnr. or In .j,jy *
ina- thereto belnf iold "
derree.
Dated this

Special ._
STANLEY H 8BW**
Attorney for Plaintiff-
5/1-11


JAY. MAY 4. 1951
ther's Day Show
By Beth David
| show entitled "Do You Re-
Iber" will be presented by
Children of Beth David's Sun-
fechool on Mother's Day, May
12:30 p. m. at the Miamian
juiant. It will be directed
Irs. Louis Schwartzman.
eat-great grandparents, Mr.
Mrs. Isadore Langer, will
the life span of an im-
couple. The different
bds. covering three genera-
will be enacted by the Sun-
bchool children, one of whom
leen Rothlan, 3-year-old
It-great grandchild of the
Jewistincrldian
hers taking part in this por-
will be Joan Brown, Teddy
well, Margaret Spiegel, My-
jromowitz, Frances Spec-
larnld Eisner, Julia Sussman,
Weiss, Hanet Rosenberg,
j'lotkin, Larry Parnes, Al-
Abromowitz, Ru'th Stiebel
Sdmund Parnes.
ckground music will feature
by Carol Abrams and
t Sterling, with piano ac-
bamment by Mrs. Philip
fans. Narration will be by
Alexander Stiebel, confir-
!>n teacher.
r of ceremonies will be
Ik Heyman, while Howard
|1 will offer the invocation
toselle Segal will give the
liction.
her skit will be presented
secyid grade under di-
of their teacher, Miss
Moss.
David E. Parnes is gen-
[chairman of the celebration.
Diking with her are Mrs.
n- Zuckerman, tickets; Mrs.
Mack, arrangements; Mrs.
Weiss, flowers; Mrs. Ellis
ostumes; Mrs. Hyman
/. reservations, and
g Sirkin and Mrs.
i dstein, telephone.
Beth El Women Slate
Dessert Card Party
A dessert luncheon and card
party will be sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El on Thursday, May 10, at 1 p.
m., according to Mrs. Jack Sha-
piro, president.
Hostesses for the affair will be
Mrs. Sara Jacobson, Mrs. Sol Pot-
ash and Mrs. Clara Bear.
Installation Slated
Newly elected officers of the
Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will be installed
by Leonard Kimball at the con-
clusion of the Mother's Day Ser-
vices on Friday evening. May
11. The services will be conduc-
ted by the teen-age group of
the center and entertainment
will follow. Joseph Rosenfeld
will be master of ceremonies.
A meeting of the sisterhood is
slated for Monday, May 14, at
8:15 p. m. Plans for a rummage
.sale will be discussed.
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Mrs. IVi i's Renamed Dov President;
Installation Slated For Wednesday
Mrs. Hyman Pertes, who was Karger, national Mizrachi 'rep-
elected to her third term as presi-
dent of Dov Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will be installed during
ceremonies at the group's annual
Mother's Day party on Wednes-
day May, 9, at 8 p. m., at Beth
El Center.
Mrs. Pertes, who has been ac-
tive in civic and religious affairs
since her arrival here from
resenta..ive, will serve as install- I
ing officer.
Others to be seated at the
ceremonies are Mrs. Ralph Krieg-
er, first, vice president; Mrs.
Abraham Sachs, second vice
president; Mrs. Louis Stillman,
third vice president; Mrs. Mau-
rice Weger, recording secretary;
Mrs. Gertrude Indgen, corre-
Massachusetts, is also president S?n2in* sec,retarv.:, Mrs- ,Max
I ,. ,,, K 'Newberger, financial secretary;
of the Women s Better Gov-jMrs. Abe Rosenberg, treasurer;
ernment Club of Greater Miami
and a member of the Crime Com-
mission. Under her leadership,
Mrs. Allen Forbes, parliamen-
tarian; Mrs. Lillian Muenster,
chaplain; Mrs. Bessie Mallah, co-
the group has grown from a chairman of affairs: Mrs. Morris
handful of women to a unit of Zimmerman, Youth Aliyah chair-
several score, which last year man; Mrs. Garrison, sunshine
raised more than $6,000 for'chairman.
350 Lincoln Road
Suit* 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Are
OCULISTS
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
projects in Israel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Norman R. Lyons will be prin-
cipal speakers. Mrs. Emanuel
Trustees include the Mesdames
Louis Block, Israel Sackowitz.
Abe Shatz, Leon Brettholz,
Joseph Sobel and Sarah Sparr.
s;
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a
All Cream Cheese is
instetter Succeeds
ly In NCCJ Post
to a recent appointment
E iment service, Andrew
f has resigned as Cath-
;nrman of the Miami
Table, World Brotherhood.
1 Conference of Chris-
and .lews.
irunstetter, who received the
.1 1 .liition from the Round
n 1950 for outstanding
in the field of human re-
5. ile- will serve with Dr.
franklin Williams and George
rtkuf.
luncheon meeting honoring
P>" and Brunstetter will be
at the Miamian Restaurant
mday, May 7 at 12:15 p. m.
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JJffiAY
"Strictly Neighbors
>
By HELEN ALPERT
CHIEF CANTOR KWARTIN:
The opportunity was irresistible-so there I was. chatting with
the cantor who's become a legend ir. his own lifetime : Zebulon
Kwartin. White-haired, keer.-eyed and with a beautiful si"
voice, too. he had just been greeted by another admirer who proved
to be Dr. Harry Needelman's father, himself a devotee of Kwartin
ic fol half a century and guardian of 40 treasured Kwartin re-
cordings.
When Mr. Needelman wort off to t..!k to Moe Berick's father,
;t was my turn to reveal that 1 '. raised on K vartin recordings.
The day they came into our house in Newark was I i day my father
bought the first victrola the neighbors had ever seen. Chazan
Kwartin says his earliest recordings were shipped from Europe in
1905. In 1920. he followed them to this country with his wife and
family.
His first name stands for one of the 12 tribes of Israel. Now 77.
he began voice-study in Vienna 53 years back. He's held only the
four major posts in his life, as chief cantor in Vienna. St. Petersburg
now Leningrad. Budapest. New York. In Yiddish. Der Tog ran his
autobiography for nine months. It drew tremendous interest and a
vast amount of nostalgic correspondence.
Kwartin'? cousin Bamett Burdman. sitting in the patio with
us. says Kwartin's story was more than a narration of n illustrious
life: it's a valuable account of liturgical music through an era. It
was arrested by Kwartin's illness two yi ars ago. His presence in
Miami Beach for his health touched off. as you know. Hie worship
of the younger cantors here. Still moving him profoundly is an
almost tender unity among their, which was inexpressibly gratifying.
His prayer to them: "May you continue in the same true and sin-
cere "friendship" spirit, in such unity going from strength t<>
strength'"
PERSONALITIES:
Mrs. Dorothy Serotta of Royal Palm Ave. this oast week
achieved the perfect family, w th the birth of Richard. This
putf little sister Carla. aged two and a half, at a happy midway
between five-year-old Gerald and the new baby Sharon Leslie
Wolfe celebrated a rollicking Pesach birthday on the sun terrace
of the Hotel Good. Her mother, the former Ruthie Rosner, helped
her decode the birthday messages Quite understandable, for
Sharon -s now exactly one year old Dad is handsome Dr.
Jack Wolfe. *
The good double-truck feature in the Sunday M ami Daily
News on Ar.to Loeb slipped on only a couple of things. Number
One: Tonv was born in Hungary, not in a tenement distr ct .
Number Two: it failed to mention his spotlight stuff in musical
comedy. Number Three: (my own domest;c note) is not that young
Dav d Loeb is the aspirant in the tamily for Tony's career. He
wants to be an artist "without in the middle." he says. English
translation: with no hair on top. Just like Pop hmn-n-n ,
EVENTS:
': ''' cheon at the Saxony
'' I who'll be waiting at the door will rec-
I'll be of typewriter
Man i will b< hosti -- at homi musii ale that
for Manhattan Ruth Brotman
; up May ;; and the Saxony's King Arthur Room for her
ttenni if the Mian- 1 \: ; | Arts League,
111 ; Ute of it one,. I've quavered through
>n Public Ri lations.
i ne this year lor the huge banquet
B Hotel A this Satui Most i
attendai to Al J Lord Tarli ton, a mag-
Ui til his hotel cl host to lamed Benny
: ich at Brai
Brndi enthusiasts
JOTTINGS:
.... Blondi at ihe switchboard in the Tobin and Baker offices is
Jill Kaminsly. who used to run the North Beach Mirror. Her sister
Judy has been hostess at Grossinger's. They're the first Texas
gals I ever d d meet 'round. Dardnerfrom San Antomo Mrs
Ida Stevens is at the Continental Lensman Harold 'Kaye
breezes back from Gotham ... Ira Walsey tossed a wing-ding
at his Colographic plant on N. E. 59th St. Four people tried to
tel! me what sprouted the merry occasionand I still don't know
. Copping gold-star certificates from the Miami Beach Cham-
pV w.T.era ?"? Sn a healthv lisJ" Alfred A. Lesser. Max
Z^lcUat Ra,ner- Em' Cohen. Leonard L. Abess.
JEWISH MUSIC COUNCIL:
The word that Judge Kenneth Oka used in his installation ac-
ince as new i man of the Greater Miami Jewish Music
ncil is the key-word to their meetings: "rewarding" There's
thing excitingly "rewarding" about a lot of earnest persons
teUigently awake to a need, and to Its fulfillment with tech-
fn ffir and Pfrformance- In the captivated audience
in the reception-rooms of the Lear School were Mrs H David Ep-
Beach Auxiliary
Plans Installation
The newlv-elected officers and
members of the Miami Beach
Women's Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged will be
installed at a brunch scheduled
(Oi 11 a m. Tuesday. May 8. at
! Delano Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sol Silverman will be
dent. Others to be
nized at the rites are Mrs.
min Appel. honorary presi-
dent; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry.
honorary past president: Mrs. .
Max Greenerg and Mrs. Louis
Makovsky, honorary vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Fied Jonas. Mrs. '
Irving Frankel and Mrs. Jack
Udell, vice presidents; Mrs. Mor-
jris Kriegel treasurer; Mrs. Ben-
[jamin Kaplan, financial secre-
tary: Mrs. Benjamin Hammer- :
Iman recording secretary; Mrs. A.
A. Miller and Mrs. Morris Spar- I
ber. corresponding secretaries;
Mrs Harry Koretzky. auditor:
Mrs. Moses Kricger. parliamen-
tarian; and Mrs. Harry Danziger.
Mrs. Samuel Ritter and Dr. Celia
Wohl Schultz, trustees.
Installation will be in charge
of Mrs Louis. Glasser. president I
of the Conference of Jewish Wo-
men's Organizations and a leader
in the Community Chest and
Jewish Federation campaigns.
Mrs Benjamin Sherry and Miss
Clara Goldberg, co-chairmen of .
event have arranged a pro- (
n which will feature conti-
1 music by (he Miami Gypsy
Trio unhiding Madame Olga Bi-
Sti i n, pianist; .!> no Prager,
ind Charles Magda.
cellist. Mrs Irwin Weinstein
Stern will render
piano duets.
Guest speakers will be Judge,
Id B Spaet, president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of |
Greatei Miami: Mauru-e Pearl-
executive director of the'
Hume and Mrs. Sidney Wein-
traub, president of the Miami
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the A.
Invocation will be given by
Mrs. Be njamin Appel. Table and
floral arrangements will be in
charge of Mrs. Jack Udell.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREItY GIVEN I I
the undi ralgm the f Ic til
111 N l:
Ave., Mia I d reslHtel Mild
with (hi Clerk
Court of Dadi i
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_______________________|
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\' 'Tier: IS HEREIIY GIVEN thai
the
Ihe fletll name ol
Keil Igel |
Ft. M Head
with thi
ill I irl nf lad. i'unl .1 h Ida
S,:-i Ml 'IK KEIT
/i-ii-is-:'.-. ___________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE I'IRcriT '' H'RT OP THE
ki.iivknth jrum m. circcit
' 'I THE STATE OF FLORIDA l\
and for I'M'i: Countyin
CHANCERY, NO 14074*
JOSEPHINE ALONO, Plaintiff. vs.
CESAR AUINSO, Defendant.
T... Cesar Alonao
Joan l lelsado No I
San ton Sim res,
Ha vana, i Siba
You ai hi i by notified that BUI
of i.mplalnt foi divorce hai bei n
riled asalnai you and you are required
serve ;. eopj of your answer
t,.
plaintiffs attorneys. WEINRtrik
WEINSTEIN .v- WEINSTEIN; 420 I
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and nie the original answer ..i plead-
ing In the offlc. of the Clerk of the
t on or before May 28,
la-^dKr!,MigahborS froP:8lh S.1" Mrs- L- Schwartz and Mrs. E. Kap-
\*"i ^.b.b" Avc' ncignbors-Molhe B. Klein, Sara Rosner and the
Jewish Music Council in New York drew only 400 out of 3 mHlion
Jews to ,ts event ... but in G-eater Miami, it attracted over 9 ,Z"
Personally Speaking...
Mr and Mrs. Fred Jonas. 8919 Hawthorne Avenue. Miami
Beach, have returned from a thirty-day vacation in Hot Springs
Ark. En route to Miami, they visited their children. Mr. and
PM rZlt^F ". SchJ?L ft WOS reconUV elec,ed Pident of
Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity.
. f'.^T',Wh? ha? been s,arrin<3 a< Copa City, is being
entertained by his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brettholtz.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta. 4540 Royal Palm Avenue.
Miami Beach announce the birth of a son. Richard, at Mount
Steed Hospital on April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin of this
city Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rubin are leaving May 5 to open their
Osceola Lake Inn in Hendersonville. N. C. for the eleventh
consecutive summer season.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld. 92 N. E. 84th Street, left this
week for Hendersonville. N. C. where they will remain until
November 1.
Complaint.
Dated this 2nd day ..f May 1*51
E. B LEATHERMAN
Oerk of Or. un Court
Bj it H rice, lie
5/4-11-18-2: ______nepu.y ,-|.Tk
Fancy Catering
Weddings. Parties & Banquets
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New Phone 86-5363
abbl Joseph E. Rackovsiy
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Miami Beach
Phon. 5-355
SKIN
DISEASES
A New Approach
IN TREATMENT
92HHaW H"B
Z Harding Ave. Mia
Beach

J
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson, pioneer residenU
have presented a Torah to the Downtown Synagg
merly old Beth David). Dedication ceremonies will
Sunday. May 6. at 8:30 p. m. at the synagogue. La
and public officials are slated to participate in the
and Cantor Maurice Mamches will be in rharge ol *
portion oi the program. On the same evening dedi.
monies will be held for the synagogue's downstafo
hall, which has been established by Mr. and Ma
Bloomberg in memory of their son, Melvin.
%
u rime's
Store Hi 5:30
Mondays: I 9:00
Shop by from 8:30
Call: 3-1141
rs.
now in progn^s!
BURDINE'S MAY EVENTS
special values! spec:~: rricesl
planned to save you money!
continues through the month ol May ...
proving that it pays to shep z\ Burdine's
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VALANCES MOULDINGS
Many To Choose From
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHF
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Aj^Jj
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Je"*n
, ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Gre
Vaad Halathruth ,"I 1 O 3 is display^
G*1
2. And to buy only chickens with the ring '
~ 1 D 1 ~his is the nly identification
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet,
3. To buy your chometi only in stores and ba
sold the:r chometi at Passover. r U "'I
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth
Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Backoiskt
818 Michigan Ar.nu, ffij
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy.


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MAY 4, 1951
+Jew!st fhoradHmr
PAGE 7 A
ii AJC Unit
rs Mrs. Ladd
[ibert Ladd has been
serve as president of
haptci- of the Women's
American Jewish Con-
ounced retiring presi-
J3en S. Hertz.
ri. Albert Ladd
Ifficers chosen are vice
Mrs. Alfred Rubin-
s. Benjamin Weiner,
mc Elman and Mrs.
puker; treasurer, Mrs.
y. isman; financial sec-
ts. E. B. Harris: record-
ist Mrs. William
I mding secretaries.
Bam Vejana and Mrs.
Illnl.'nsti'in; honorary
Mrs. Joseph M. Fine,
Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
|p:i M. Fine, Mrs. A. A.
Ir.i Mrs, Hertz.
I exe :utive board
fa mes Louis Auer-
Ikner Amos Ben-
Bver, Harry Ein-
|than Eisenman, Abra-
kw, Ceil Kasov, Harry
Levin. Isidor Fine,
tan. Fred Klein, Irving
ck Pi etor, Irving Shan-
Ion Shapiro, Russell
I it Sher, David
I -.r.onoff and Irvin
Hold Social
ish Orthodox Youth of
Bami will holds its an-
il, closing the activities
| year, at the res-
Miss Maralyn Samo-
S W. 21st Road, on
May 8 at 8:30 p. m.
organized in the
a to answer a need
fcnization for people in-
I odoxy and who
I understanding of
lox movement.
I Leonard Rose, Son
Of Miami Couple,
Returns In Concert
Leonard Rose, 32-year-old con-
cert cellist and longtime resident
i of Miami, will return here for
an appearance with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra on May 13 and 14.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rose of 774 N. W. 1st St.. Leon-
ard has been solo 'cellist of the
New York Philharmonic-Sym-
phony Orchestra since 1944. He
recently appeared as soloist in
I two works at Carnegie Hall in
.the nature of a public farewell,
for he is leaving for a concert
career.
Rose began his 'ceilo studies
in Miami at the age of 10 under
Walter Grossman. In 1931 he
won a Florida state coniost at
Tampa as the most outstanding
'cellist in high school competi-
tion.
In 1938, Rose became a mem-
ber of the NBC Symphony Or-
chestra under the direction of
Ai'i-uro Toscanini. In 1939 he be-
came first solo 'cellist with the
Cleveland Symphony, Arthur
Redzinski conducting. Before
joining the New York Philhar-
monic in 1944, he was on the
faculty of Oberlin College for one
season.
Rose remained with the Phil-
harmonic and in 1945 gave his
recital debut in Town Hall. The
following year he joined the fac-
ulty of Julliard School of Music
as 'cello instructor.
Mrs. Koretzky Is
Louise AJC Head
Mrs. Harry Koretzky was
elected president of Louise Chap-
ter of the Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress.
Long active in the organize-
Dr. Goodman Named Local Chairman
Of Israel's 500-Million-Dollar Bond Drive
BBYW Schedule
Daneeeapades
B'nai B'rith Young Women's
Chapters of the Greater Miami
area will sponsor its first annual
"Daneeeapades" on Saturday,
May 5. at 9 p. m. at the Carib-
bean Hotel. Miami Beach, ac-
cording to Beverly Koch, chair-
man.
Entertainment, which is under
the direction of Doris Klein, will
include the Silvers, dance ex-
hibitionists: Kay Allen, vocalist.
and Bob Goldner emcee and story
teller. Music for dancing will be
, provided by Teddy, King and
! his orchestra.
The proceeds of this dance will
be divided among the sponsoring
chapters which include Clara
Hirsch Landau, Colman A. Zwit-
man, Star and Sharet. to be used
to further their B'nai B'rith
project commitments. Among
the community service projects
supported by these ycung men
are the Leo N. Levi Hospital in
i Hot Springs, Arkansas, for arth-
, ritic diseases and the Anita M.
Pearlman Scholarship Award, as
: well as individual projects loc ill'
Assisting on the committee are
Sonya Klein, Bette Ann Brown.
! Elaine Schwartz, Florerte Reyner.
Sylda Botwin. Dorothy Ladd,
Barbara Cohn. Barbara Devore
and Trudi Lach.
Mrs. Harry Koretzky
tional life of Miami Beach, Mrs.
Koretzky has served as vice pres-
ident and membership chairman
of the AJC group.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Martin Genet, honorary
president: Mrs. Murray Blane,
Mrs. David Lemelman, Mrs. Jesse
Nowak, Mrs. Herbert Young, vice
presidents; Mrs. Joseph Half on,
treasurer; Mrs. William Reimer,
Mrs. Murray Streiff, financial
secretaries; Mrs. William Feuer,
Mrs. Ben Greene, corresponding
secretaries; Mrs. Simon Kriegel,
recording secretary.
Members of the board include
Mesdames Ray Adclberg, Edna
Bcrke, Bert Busker. Anna Gans,
Dorothy Gelman, Dora Gerson,
Bess Glasser, Ruthe Glickman,
Sue Greenberg, Hazel Grossman,
Jennie Grossinger, Lee Kagen,
Edith Lefooe, Sylvia Meade, Dora
Miller, Rose Ritter, Ruth Moss,
Laura Rabir.owitz, Civie Pert-
noy, Sa:n Sklar, Rose Teplis,
Beverly Teplis. Beverly Tobin,
Edith Trent, Leah Udell, Fay
Weinstein and Rose Weiss.
Film Strip Set For BBG
Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls will
sponsor a "Rumor Clinic" Wed-
nesday night. May 9, at the. Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
Dan Hoffman will show a film
strip, followed bv a talk on anti-
defamation. CYC, AZA and BBG
have been invited. Refreshments
will be served.
Wednesday night, May 2, Hil-
lel BBG had a short business
meeting. A Red Cross demon-
stration was given concerning
atomic warfare.
(Continued from Page 1A)
and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
In accepting the chairman-
ship of the Greater Miami bond
drive. Dr. Goodman stated that
"a bond for Israel is a bond
with Israel."
"We have already seen Israel
begin tin- establishment of a
strong economy for its people.
Now we are able to participate
in the consolidation and growth '
of this modi rn country. It is a
unique privilege in this period of
unrest and uncertainty to take
part in the development of a
young democracy which has al-
ready given the world a rare
demonstration of courage and
faith in humanity."
Dr. Goodman explained that
the S500.000.000 for the State
of Israel is to be raised through
the sale of bonds in the next
three years, as part of a total
$1,500,000,000 program for the
economic development of Is-
rael and for the absorption of
an additional 600.0000 immi-
grants between now and the
end of 1953. The three-year
plan for Israel's economic ex-
pansion was first projected by
Prime Minister Dav d Ben-
Gurion in September, 1950, at a
conference with American Jew-
ish leaders in Jerusalem, and
was later endorsed by the lead-
ers of 45 leading national Jew-
ish organizations at the Na-
tional Planning Conference in
Washington
Local Office Opened
Local bond campaign head-
j quarters have been opened in the
Congress Building with Milton S.
\ Malakoff. formerly director of
public relations for the Greater
i Miami Jewish Federation, as
i Greater Miami manager for the
American Financial and Develop-
| ment Corporation for Israel.
First special event of the lo-
cal bond selling effort will be
the city-wide celebration of Is-
rael's third Independence Day
on Thursday. May 10. which
will culminate with a rally in
honor of Mrs. Golda Myerson,
Israel's Minister of Labor, who
is coming here to stimulate the
drive. Admission to the rally
will be free to bond purchasers.
Upon acceptance of the chair-
manship, Goodman named the
following to serve on his execu-
tive committee: Jack A. Ablin,
Sam Blank. Samuel Friedland,
Sam Lachman. Seymour B. Leib-
man, I. L. Mintzer, Benjamin !
Meyers, Stanley C. Myers. Max
! Orovitz, Joseph M. Rose, Dan B.
; Ruskin, Herbert E. Scherf Jacob
Sher, Harry Simonhoff, William
D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Alex
Van Straaten, Harold Turk, Carl
Weinkle, Mitchell Wolfson, E. Al-
bert Pallot, Joseph Stein, Oscar
Lelchuk. Charles Fruchl
Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Irv-
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Election of officers will take
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The group plans to have a
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A, donor luncheon on May 17
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FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1951
SEC. B

m
Pallot Installed As State President
Of B'nai B'rith At 3-Day Parley Here
E. Albert Pallot of Miami
I Beach and Mrs. Irving Hoffman
of Hollywood were elected presi-
j dents of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges
and Women's Chapters at tha
close of the organization's three-
day conclave held at the Casa-
blanca Hotel last weekend.
District Grand Lodge president,
Abe Schewel, of Lynchburg, Va .
acted as installing officer ar.d de-
livered the final address at the
state convention Monday after-
noon. Schewel presented a
bronze plaque to outgoing state
piesident, Frank G. Kleinfeld of
St. Petersburg for "outstanding
service, leadership, and devotion
to the humanitarian program? of
B'nai B'rith during 19.")0."
The fifteenth annual meeting
of the state federation was high-
lighted by resolutions pledging
renewed support of the Supreme
Lodge "Service Committee to the
Armed Forces and Veterans" and
the annual commemoration of
Israel Independence Day. The
Florida Lodges passed unani-
mously, a resolution urging
groups to support the Florida
Council of Social Welfare. This
council is devoted to the advance-
ment of health, welfare and edu-
cational programs for Florida
citizens.
The convention heard plans
outlined for the ground-breaking
of the projected Hillel Founda-
tion building at the University
of Florida in Gainesville.
Other officers elected to serve
with Pnllot include Harry Good-
ark, West Palm Beach, first
president; regional vice p
dents, Leonard Pepper, Talla-
hassee; Samuel Proctor, Gaines-
ville; Edward I. Cutler, Tamp,;;
Irving Hoffman, Hollywood; Al
Emhoff, Orlando; treasurer, God-
frey K. Newman. Miami Beach;
secretary, Sidney Aronovitz Mi-
ami.
Women's officers are first vice
vice president, Mrs. Morris Wit-
ten, Jacksonville; second vice
president, Mrs. William B. Wolf-
son, Tampa; third vice president,
Mrs. Frank Bayer, West Palm
Beach; secretary, Mrs Milton
Harvey, Hollywood: treasurer,
(Mrs. Irving Wellems, Ft. Lauder-
idale, and Historian, Mrs. Albert
I Moss of West Palm Beach
3"~
AsBoclated
It a meeting held last Thursday at the offices of the newly formed Greater Miami Com-
for Bonds of Israel Government, plans were set in motion for rabbinical participation in
ipaign. Rabbis attending the meeting are (1. to r.) Rabbis Irving Lehrman. Miami Beach
h Center; Murray Grauer, Congregation Beth El; Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom;
K a plan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and president of Greater Miami Rabbinical
kciation; Moses Mescheloff. Congregation Beth Jacob and secretary of the Greater Miami
binical Association; Simon April, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Joseph Narot,
pie Israel, and Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth David.
I.jvn.iIi Leader Blasts Charge
teli Medicos' "Pay Is Too High"
V YORK (AJP)Mrs. Rose "a misleading and calumnious
In. president of Hadassah, headline."
reek ripped into a General The general theme of the edi-
|t charge from Israel that | torial was that the standard of
sah nurses ana doctors in I living in Israel was "far too
|wish state were being paid high" with particular reference
to wages of Israeli workers.
Mrs. Halprin defended the
wage scales as inevitable in a
country plagued by inflation and
shortages of skilled labor.
She then slammed the charge
against Hadassah nurses and doc-
tors asserting that the monthly
basic salary of nurses in Israel
was 30 pounds or about $85 a
month, plus a cost of living al-
lowance of about $C0 a month,
for a 48-hour week.
She said the salaries of medi-
cal technicians, doctors, and hos-
pital administrators were com-
parably low. ____
ell.
new argument was the
in a series of exchanges
en Hadassah forces, led by
Halprin, and elements in
|al Zionism both in the
States and Israel.
I Halprin revived the argu-
[in her column in the cur-
ladassah Newsletter. The
was aimed at a recent is-
If '"Inside Israel," published
It General Zionists' Organ-
"" in Israel,
item that drew Mrs. Hal-
wrath was an editorial en-
inside the Blue-White
lin." which she described as
After 15 Years Skulnick
To Make B'way Debut
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Broadway will get a new name
next seasonthe idol of the Yid-
dish stage for the past 15 years,
ace comedian Menasha Skulnick.
Skulnick, hailed by critics as
one of the funniest of America's
I funnymen has been signed by
| George Kondolf for a lead role
; in the show "Business Is Busi-
iness", scheduled to open in the
Fall.
Supreme Court Rejects
Nazis Criminals' Appeals
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Supreme Court rejected the ap-
peals of the last seven Nazi war
'criminals under death sentence in
the American zone of Germany.
The seven include German offi-
cers and concentration camp offi-
cials responsible for the death of
thousands of Jews.
Ardmore
Joseph Ray-vis, newly elected state co-chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel committee, is shown presenting a check for
one thousand dollars to Mayor Harold Turk, a member of the
national Hillel committee, for the construction of a new Hillel
house at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Looking on
are Morris Witten of Jacksonville, chairman of the Hillel build-
ing committee, and E. Albert Pallot, newly elected president
of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodaes. The presenta-
tion was made at the state convention held at the Casablanca
Hotel last weekend.
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Mrs. Kogan Heads Tamara Chapter To Svat Leaders
Brandeis AJC Unit At reremonies At IllarkKlone
-Mrs. Morris Kogan was elected Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz. who |
president of the Brandeis Chap- J" *-> \
ter of the Woman's Divisi n, Women's) will be in-
American Jewish Congress. ..! stalled at ceremonies to be held '
May 6. at 8 p
11
S
. eeting o: thi rganizati n or. Sun
Mondaj Sorren- Blackstone_ Hotel. M
to Hotel. She si.
ram
honorary president
Others eiecU I to office were
Mrs Manuel Tanenbaum, Mrs.
Jack Jan,:- Mrs Samuel Berlin,
vice presidents; Mrs. Ralph
Spero. treasurer; Mrs. Claire
Coben, financial secretary; Mrs.


jjjj Harold Snap::
dio com:?
tei ncnies Mrs.
Karger, national
. will be
the principal sp< aki i and the
new officers will be installed by
Mi ( hi witz. loc;>;
A. I,
torne\.
"Behind
the Footlights."
c^j ""''"-'"' "<=", "Benina tne roouignis. a
Sidney Finger, recording secre- series of acts will be presented
Inmr. AT,... A lk. IT-____________ t r-.
tary: Mrs. Albert Hauer. corres-
ponding secretary.
The new officers will be in-
stalled at a special luncheon
meeting to be held at the Sans
Souci Hotel. Miami Beach, on
by the Maryen Lorraine Dance
S.udio which will include a piano
recital by Jay Hess. 12-year-old
pianist. The entire prod.. I
is under the direction of Miss
Lorraine, who is a member of
bouci Hotel. Miami Beach. 0n I ">rraine. wno is a memoer ot
May 10. at 12:30 p. m. The oc- ,he Dancing Masters of America
n will also mark the chap- and :he Civic Ba;:' '
*.-.- ei__. ___ Other r\4f\f*f\rc t r\ Y\a mcf^llA/4
ter's first anniversary.
Gables Forum
Will Close May 8
First annual book Review
F rum sponsored by the Coral
bles Jewish Cc-r.-.: i S st rhood
will be concluded on Tuesday.
May B, al 8 p. m. when Rabbi
:': Skoj ] esent the

Talmud." includ-
e1 I and mor-
I ish Cult-
:" the
Mrs
Lottei
noui
. -
Mrs. A. Lows Mechlowitz
Other olficers to be installed
include vice presidents. Mrs
Samuel Weinbaum, Mrs Sidney
Margulies. Mrs. Davis Hess: re-
cording secretary. Mrs. Max
Sternstein; Treasurer. Mrs. Henry
financial secretary, Miss
n Bogdan: corresponding
secretary, Mrs William Dittman: singer. Leon Lieberman. Louis
social secretary, -Mrs. Norman Pinchd. Ben Kazer. Max Frank.
Stark, and chaplain. Mrs. Simon Israel siotsky. Melvin Tannen-
Pr baum. Theodore Landesman.
Board of Direct thi com- E!.. R iscn, Henry Hillman and
ing year .' Israel Miss Edythe Ansel.
. Charles Alfred M. Mrs David Hess is chairman of
tz, Louis Lev:-;. I, Schle- thi evi
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B'nai B'rith Women
Will Seat Officers
llati in n
ach B"na:
''' met II take ]
' i Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, on Tuesday.
May 15 at 12:30 p.m.
Seated at t t tin will be Mi
Mill :. '.'." inkle, pres:ri< n1 Mi -
- dames Ben Lebow. Sam Nu I
series heard man and Charles Goldberg, vice
. presidents: Mrs. Maurice We -
n man. financial, ,ecretarv: Mrs
"- '1,n \h-al8:3^Pnr Helen Sanders- wording secre-
are SSLta & *k tary: Mrs Jack Silverman and
bloch T P Av i X" VC JKno" Mrs" Sam Pollack- corresponding
S; in^JH l?n rK m' secretaries; Mrs. Arthur Fnsh-
i- >... T...ng and Bill Grefe. .man. treasurer. Miss Jeanette Tel-
Workshop Will Present
"These Small Things"
for Democ-
A|i|ili4-;iiions Mow Being Accepted
For Hiand cm* Camp Institute
W I Rabbi Leon *%"* contlnued- the butttut. ~"j
Kr:r. rman of the camp wul have a "umber of visiting 9.5984
turera, each outstanding in his -------------------------____
held Evenings will be devoted "Nordau Plaza" will be the
.social Program including name of Israel's newest and big- !
rtant smgmg, dancing, dramatics and gest hotel, for which the corner-!
camp-fire. This is planned by stone has just been laid in Tel-
Aviv Named after Max Nordau '
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+,Je*istincrMtan
PAGE 3 B
ler-Granada
,r Installs
Stiller was installed as
of the Flagler Granada
Community Center at a
held at the Sea Gull
fciami Beach, last Satur-
m He succeeds Joseph
[who served as installing
Irccofinized at the rites
|c1,h v Raskin, vice presi-
Tlfred Lewis, treasurer;
MH
Sidney Stiller
Savitt, financial secre-
Ihirley Marks, correspond-
retary; Norman Pallot, re-
. secretary.
[board consits of Charles
Bn, Louis Esloe. Benjamin
Nathan Adelman, Leo
Bin. Robert Tauber, Sylvia
Jack Cohen. Raymond
and Ben Clein.
|es Sisterhood
(ts Officers
Morris B. Horwitz was re-
. president of the Sister-
rf the Coral Gables Jewish
at a recent meeting of
up.
led to serve with Mrs. Hor-
irere first vice president,
;o El man; second vice pres-
Mrs. Sam Goodman; re-
, secretary, Mrs. Sol Hal-
corresponding secretary,
phtali Weidberg; assistant
nding secretary, Mrs.
rt Gelernter; treasurer,
like Baskin; financial sec-
Mrs. Sidney Richman;
icntarian, Mrs. Abe Harris
istorian, Mrs. Sam Beck-
as trustees were Mes-
Joseph Koven, Sam Sil-
Theodore Wayne, Herman
Sylvia Greene, Harry
Benj. Tupkin, Milton
Wm. Pallot and Lou
May 10 Designated
Independence Day
By Israeli Knesseth
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Israel's
Independence Day will be cele-
brated this year on May 10 in-
stead of May 11, by decision of
the Knesset, the Israel Parlia-
ment.
The Knesset adopted an
amendment to the Independ-
ence Day Law to provide that
when the holiday falls on a
Friday it should be advanced
one day so that Sabbath eve
observance should not interfere
with the program of celebra-
tions.
Iad> CPA Unit
Names Officers
Newly elected officers of the
Dade County Society of Certified
Public Accountants were an-
nounced following elections held
at the Miamian Restaurant last
week.
The following will hold office
during the fiscal term 1951-52
conducting monthly forums:
Robert Altemus, president; James
L. Boger, vice president; Joseph
Post, secretary; A. B. Wiener,
treasurer; and W. J. Callahan,
John Ring, W. J. Tyler, W. O.
Walton, directors.
The society is composed of
more than 100 practicing C.P.A.'s
in Dade county. Opinions of ac-
counting procedures, information,
and many new and up to the min-
ute auditing processes are dis-
cussed. Occasionally, special
meetings are held to discuss lat-
est developments in state and
federal taxes, O.P.S., excess prof-
its, and internal revenue tech-
niques.
Glick Named To Mt. Sinai Post
William Glick has been ap-
pointed Director of Public Rela-
tions and Personnel at Mount
Sinai Hospital, according to Sam-
uel Gertner, executive director.
Glick took over the post as of
May 1.
Campaign director of the Grea-
ter Miami Jewish Federation for
five years, Glick was acteive in
the original fund-raising drive
for Mount Sinai hospital held in
1948.
as senior field man from 1935 un-
till 1940 and again before he
came to Miami in 1946.
APT. TO SHARE
Would like to share bedroom apt. |
on Byron Are., couple of short j
blocks from Beach, with business
or professional lady.
Phone for further information
86-3696
He already is embarking on a
thorough study of personnel and
public relations problems in the
hospital with a view to inter-
preting the hospital to the com>-
munity. Among his first major
tasks will be the collection, of
outstanding pledges from the or-
iginal campaign.
Glick is familiar with both the |
operation of a hospital and the
mechanics of fund rasing. He t
received his training in hospital
administration in 1940 at Beth
Israel hospital in New York, and
he was public relations director
for the Eastern region of the
Leo N. Levi hospital in Hot
Springs. Ark. in 1943. In the field |
of fund-raising, he was associated
with the United Jewish Appeal
Named To State Office
Miss Diane Coopcrsmith, past
royal matron of Flamingo Court
12, Order of the Amaranth, was
named grand historian of the
grand court of the State of Flori-
da at the session held last week
in St. Petersburg.
Also elected to office were
Philip Smoley, past royal patron,
who was named grand represen-
tative to the state of Oregon, and
Mrs. Malvin Englander, royal
matron, grand representative to
the state of Kentucky.
Gables Synagogue
Elects Officers
Abraham J. Maloff was re-
elected president of the First
Jewish Congregation of Coral
Gables at a meeting of the or-
ganization this
week.
Serving with
Maloff will be
Paul Goldberg,
vice president;
Benjamin Z.
Friedman, treas-
urer; Phil Res-
nick, financial
secretary. Ar-
thur Borok was
appointed tem-
porary secretary.
Board of direc-
tors includes Sam Kalmus, Sam
Pearlstcin and Sam Roden.
The congregation has purchased
ground adjacent to its new school
building at 44 Zamora and is
planning to build in the near
future.
Maloff
Named To Heart Unit
Dr. David A. Nathan of Miami
Beach and Dr. Herbert Eichert
of Miami have been elected to
the board of directors of Florida
Heart Association. This will be
Dr. Nathan"s second 3-year term,
but the first for Dr. Eichert.
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LY 4, 1951
fJewistnerMian
PAGE 5 B
To Emcee
Rally
jjaum. Miami business-
rly associated with the
Enterprises, will be
['icmonies at a mem-
l]ly sponsored by the
fish Community Center
May 6, at 8 p. m. at
, Club of the Alcazar
brding to Hazel Essen,
of the membership
a unique affair," said
n. "in that admission
bcured only by bringing
{member to the center.
member will also re-
nvitation."
the courtesy of Roy
Resident of the local
[union, a band will play
Icasion. Purpose of this
i give an official wel-
] new members of the
their sponsors.
in Restitution
larply Criticized
H (JTA)Sharp criti-
he conduct of the Ba-
Itate Restitution Office
fa by the Bavarian So-
taocratic Party which
lhat since the removal
lilip Auerbach as direc-
| bureau, no assistance or
cation payments have
|e to Nazi victims. The
sanded that police now
; the restitution office
ed so that the office can
prmal operations.
[same time, the Parlia-
opposition moved in the
lommittee for a sweep-
amentary investigation
lest i'f Auerbach. Auer-
kow being held pending
fraud charges. A state-
Bavarian Minister of
hard Ringelmann earlier
reported the results of
pgation of the office by
fcion Supreme Court of
J and declared that Auer-
been "above reproach"
helling of credit,
prele of Former Perse-
fued a statement yester-
esting against the stand-
he implementation of the
cation law.
By Popular Demand!
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Lazarus Unit
[stall Leaders
[Lazarus Chapter of Bus-
Professional Women of
tith has set Sunday eve-
Jjy 20, for installation of
lit has been announced by
It Mrs. Robert Baron.
lof the banquet affair will
lit s Restaurant. S'ated to
(1 as president is Miss
|mmons. Mrs. Tena Katz.
president of Sholem
'omen's Chapter and re-
llected president of the
I'rith Women's Council,
biate as installing officer.
Ethel Pont, past president
[omen's State Federation,
ik as general chairman of
ir. Reservations may be
railing Miss Pont.
Judge Bernard A. Frank, left, is congratulated by Ben F.
Danbaum, his campaign manager, upon the opening of cam-
paign headguarters at 1218-20 Washington avenue, Miami
Beach. The youthful municipal court judge is seeking elec-
tion to the Miami Beach City Council.________________________
ih-Springs Center
Sleet Officers
Ut-Miami Springs Jewish
ty Center will hold its
lection of officers and
>\ directors at :(.he meet-
iVt dnesday, May 9, 7 p. m.,
to Mrs. Ben Bloom,
n of the election board.
Shapiro To Narrate
Life of Katznelson
Harold Shapiro, narrator-of the
program "Builders of Israel", will
present a biographical sketch of
Berl Katznelson on Sunday, May
6, at 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ.
A pioneer labor leader, Katz-
nelson became associated with a
socialist Zionist movement at its
inception in Russia and then came
to the shores of Palestine to join
a company of its pioneers. He
worked as a laborer in the orange
groves and was the moving spirit
on behalf of the workers in Pales-
tine, which eventually developed
into the Histadruth, Israel's Fed-
eration of Labor.
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MEMORIALS


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Dorothy Ruth Miller Becomes Mrs. Weiss
In Candlelight Ceremonv At Miller Home
In a candlelight ceremony in
the home of her parents. Ifia
Dorothy Ruth Miller became the
bride of Philip Weiss. Dr. Joseph
N rot read the service.
The bri I I I taught
Mr. and Mrs Mu.ry :,:.. r. 555
South Shore Drive. Miami Beach,
farmer!: Mi '''
part nts are
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Gail Beswick Becomes
Mrs. Robert Rosenberg
In a s:mple ceremony on April
;. M.ss Gail Beswick. daughter
of Rae Beswick of Detroit. Mich..
became the bride of Robert
Rosenberg, son of the Aaron
: Miami Beach and
Detroit.
Rabbi Irving Lohrman read the
service, which was followed by a
dinner for the immediate fam-
ilies at Lincoln Manor.
Ltroom are
ity of
Michigan. Mr. Rosenberg w -
..warded first prize in
he H ipwo
ind third prize :n
' :'
The couple is honeymooning in
Cuba.
Mollie Diamond Wed
To Louis Rosenberg
Rabbi Irving Lehrman solemn- j
ized the marriage of Miss Mollie
Diamond, daughter of Mrs. Ella
Diam >nd, 1523 Drexel Avenue.
Miami Beach, to Louis Rosen-
bc-rg. son of Ihe Theodore Rosen-
Jay Bruce Hess, 12-year-old
pianist and son of Mr and Mrs.
David Hess of 2190 S.W 10th St.
was judged the "Most Outstand-
ingly Talenied Child" of more
than 60 contestants in a lecent
Mrs. Gary H. Schlcs.nger
Constance Lipchinsky
To Wed W. A. Winer
[Mi > '
i. need her
i to W \ Winer.
M
Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi
Shenandoah Jr. High School fraternity i. Mils Alice Wohl.
competition Representing his ,
seventh grade class 312. Jay who was selected at a recent din-
played the Rachmaninoff pre- ner dance at Miami Beach Ath-
lude in C M nor. letic Club.
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ami Beach. The ceremony took
place in the rabbi's study in the
presence of their immediate fam-
ilies.
Mrs. Mina Kaplan served as
matron of honor and Martin Hell-
man was best man.
The former Miss Diamond is a
senior at the University of Miami.
Her husband was graduated from
the University of Miami School
of Business Administration and
is now in the Army.
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Penny
Goldstein.
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Subjects Announced
N man R. Lyons, newscaster
: entator. whose feature
an Views around
s heard on Jacob
't Jewish Variety Hour,
will discuss "Israeli-Syrian Dis-
F:rst Crucial Test of
the UN Security Council" on the
program Fridav at 1:30 p. m.
St tion WMBM.
"for Sunday at 3 p. m.
will be "The Ruhr.g of the Selec-
tive Service Act ond its Effect
upon Displaced Persons Residing
in the U. S."
Constance Lipchinsky
Mis. Roy Lipchinsky of 832 15th
St., Miami Beach, and his parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winer
of 6460 S. W. 25th St.
Miss Lipchinsky graduated
from Miami Beach High School,
and Mr. Winer attended Wash-
ington University and the Uni-
versity of Missouri.
FayeSymcrn Marry
To Gary SchleT*
man, 1214 s.w. ^"Hl
nounce the n-arr^ Coffl,.|
daughter, Fav%
Scrle.ir.ger. son 0, yT^
Mornz Schlesingwia
Gemanv. 8 M*fiia.
Mrs. Eugene Sombe* J
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Grinnell College, GrinndlJ
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and business.
The prospective rcideaj
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^JeaMSssMbti
PAGE 71
ferly M. Sherman
IWed U-M Student
and Mrs. Louis Sherman of
ji Beach and Welch, W. Va.,
jnce the engagement of their
yu a", Beverly Mae, to Basil
Beverly Sherman
Etschovitz. son of Mr. and
: I Etscovitz of Presquc
ft .
ding will take place
, mer at Miami Beach.
-elect attended Miami
[h School, the Uni-
: Miami and West Vir-
rsity. She is a mem-
na Delta Tau sorority.
vitz attended Presque
School and now is at-
| University of Miami.
tam Valley Back
Second Showing
nl back by popular demand
moral re-armament shows,
Valley" and "The Far-
Factor," producer Howard
Dds has just returned to
for the opening Thursday
Mi;. Valley" will run
i:\ Saturday night, May 5,
pie Forgotten Factor" will
esented May 8 at the Dade
ly Auditorium.
lil Broadhurst, author and
Jf the musical, flew back
j Vancouver, B. C, for in-
|e rehearsals before reopen-
|ght. Only one change was
in the original Broadway
55. The Lady Fiona Gra-
granddaughter of the Duke
Bntrose, will replace Miss
tary Pinsen't, who has been
home to Birmingham, Eng-
the death of her mother.
kets for both plays may be
ked at the auditorium,
83-4689), Burdine's mez-
and Amidon Music Store!
ral Gables.
Barbara Devore,
Alex David Will
Wed In New York
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Devore
of 2353 Pine Tree Drive, Mian4
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara, to
Alex David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael David of New York.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High Schoc
and attended the University
Miami. She has been active i
local affairs. She is now president
of Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Your.g Women and
adviser to Winx Chapter, BBG.
Mr. David attended schools in
New York and received his B.A.
and M.A. from New York Uni-
versity.
The couple will be married
June 17 in New York where they
will reside.
Gerri Frisch Named
Center "Theme Girl"
Gerri Frisch was named Miami
Jewish Community "Theme Girl"
at a fashion show sponsored by
the Tri Beta Council of <;,he cen-
ter Sunday evening.
Miss Frisch is a student at Mi-
ami Senior High School and a
member of Tau Alpha Omega
teen-age club of the center. Other

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Gerri Frisch
candidates running for the title
were Sybil Barnett, B. Z. B.;
Marsha Cantor, G. Y. A,; Leona
Leviton, A. L S.; Irma Plotkin,
Hillel B. B. G.; Shirley Stein,
Phi Sigma Tau.
The fashion show was held in
conjunction with the Women's
Activities Committee of the cen-
ter, which served a buffet supper
earlier in the evening. Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, chairman of 'the teen-
age committee, was in charge of
the event.
Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
cultural project of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The
affair will honor Mrs. Sol Leslie,
chairman, and Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, reviewer.
Mrs Jack Swerdlin is chairman
of the event. Assisting her are
Mesdames J. Davis, A. Melnick,
I Simon Kriegel, M. A. Rubinstein,
\Z. I. Sabshin, Charles Goldstein,
Felix Halzband, Maurice Klein,
Peter Heller, Max Weitz, Abe
Greenberg and T. Arvan.
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^Y. MAY t]
Religious Directory...
Beth Tfilah Orthodox'! will
Rabl Joseph E. B
Om mrtkm. and guest speaker
bi John Strunin. P^ert
Lodge, Bnai Br.th.
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Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
WMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 3 to 4
Wednesday St Friday from
1:30 to 2
WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Erery Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAL R. LYONS
Newscaster and Hi*tor cal
Narrator
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Congregation Beth jacob 0-.
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)AY, MAY 4, 1951
+Jewlsti FlcriaUian
Ikin To Conduct
imor Clinic"
Jsert J. Balkin. director,
la Regional Office, Anti-
gation League of B'nai
, will conduct a "Rumor
C"- demonstration at the reg-
tnneting of Tropical Lodge,
j B'rith, on Tuesday, May
8:30 p. m. at the Greater
|i Jewish Federation office.
tincoln Road, Miami Beach,
fcusslon of programming to
tote bigotry and advance
[human relations will follow
lii's presentation. Co-chair-
iJ the program are Dr. Les-
m and Daniel Hoffman.
Lodge President Lewis
Ishein has announced that
public is invited to attend
i ng.
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Feature Added
rror of Life," a series of
int dramatic episodes deal-
feth Jewish home life, will
lard weekly on the Jewish
|,.v Hour each Sunday at 3
Station WMBM, ac-
|g to Jacob Schachter, pro-
director. The series is
i by Fannie Edelson, well
Jewish author.
|ng Adult Dance
Young Adult League of
iKiini Jewish Community
[ will hold a membership
on Sunday, May 6, at 8:30
Dancing will be to records,
Windy Kruger as disc
neeting of the League will
Jplace on Monday, May 7.
Ithe dance and the meeting
held at the center.
llem Lodge Will
\r M'Arthur Story
mas Hagan, edior of the
Daily News, and Richard
tth, local attorney, will dis-
pThe MacArthur Story" at
egular meeting of Sholem
B'nai B'rith, on Tucsdav,
18. at &15 p. m. at the
Jan Restaurant.
meeting is a project of the
committee on American-
civic affairs which, is
to present vital, current
[to the Lodge membership.
bam chairman, Sanford M.
lin. will introduce the
Irs and an audience partici-
lon will follow. Presi-
Herome H. Weinkle will
marks the first meeting
lodge at its new meeting
the third floor of the
jidtioned Miamian Res-
Receives Trip To U-F
Stanley Saal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Saal, 1500 S.W 12th
Avenue, a senior at Miami High
School, was one of eight students
chosen from the entire student. Last Meeting Set
body to fly to the University of !
Florida in Gainesville at the in- Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
vitation of the college to observe wi" nold its last meeting of the
the school in action._________season Monday, May 7, at 1:30
p. m. in the Be'th El Center, ac-
cording to Mrs. Morris Skop.
president.
Rabbi Simon April will be the
guest speaker.
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pour money. Remember, !
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sstion up to par. Money bade
Wighted. Ask your druggist
|"'n One-A-Dat (brand)
^ Vitamin Capsule*, made
i Laboratories. Look for the '
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The Bar M:tzvah of Anthony
Lin, l n Of Mr and Mrs
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Associated I
Samuel Shapiro
Mi B Civic I
an >fficer in the Hibiscus V.
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lairman I
Miani B'nai B'i th L *g;
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and is rui ie F] rids Si
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Clerk of the Circuit Ourt.
Dade County, pi y
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MILTON A FRIEDMAN.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
--to tngife In
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<-ourt of Dade County, Florida
PACT. MARTIN
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CHRCLTT CRT OF the
rVENTH ." : HAL 'IRCCIT
IN AND F-.R DADE
^TT IN CHANCERT. N:
ANN s ATR ,. ,
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Jew:
ill mm JewWi en and w.-~-
en of all ages will be on fhe
streets of greater Miami ezesang-
ing flowers for contrittutMDS.
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cay. according to Leon J. EH. HorWa. at Tii'iinwi tt-
Hw tw-t.v-*lath day of
A D 1SS1.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COFRT if THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
IN AND F"lt DADE COUNTT.
IN CH VN'KKV NO. 1401J.
ANOELO VITUCCI,
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MARIA \TTUCCI,
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MARIA VITUCCI, Ml] Werl
Street Brooklj n. Now I 1
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State Of Florida
TO AM. T P Wll IM THE8E PI
- SHALL C >ME
a
' that, wbel
Ml "ling, ml. Florida
Lawi
Al. IPERTIE8 IN
a r> with Its |
neaa al Miami, l .
in the Stnte of Florida, and whereas
the stocltholds.il of i-uch corpi.rati..n
B tbs :Tth day of April. A. D.
auw to b flVd in th- "
of the Secretary of State of th State
of Florida r:t of all the *tock-
holders under th* provisions of said
ter KX-. Laws of Florida. Acts
of ItS Bhowinc the dissolution of
*uch corporation, and the Secretarv
la satisfied that the requlre-
ent of law have been compiled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto et my hand and have af-
flxr-l the Great Seal of th State of
PI i.v at Tallahassee, the Capital.
th. the 27th day of Apr.l. A D. l:i
R A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
[SEAL)
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTT JUDGES COURT.
DADE COUNTT, FLORIDA SCO
2QS95.
RE ESTATE OF CLAIRE M.
RETN' i!,r>^. sometimes known as
CLAIRE M I.TNCH sometimes
known as POLLT PARSON. De-
ceased
N' .TICK \m hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f..r
Ftr.al I>tschance as Administrator of
the estate of CI^AIRE M REYNOLDS.
ometiiiaea known as CLAIRE M
LYNCH sometimes known aa POLLY
PARSON. de^eaeJ. and that on the
RNb day of May. i>ji, I will apply
o the Honorable W. F. Blanton.
County Jjdre of Dnde County. KV>r-
Ida for approval of nld final report
an.! f r f:r.a: discharge a. Admlni-
L^V-v .V* ot CI-AIRE M
Rfci>OLDS sometimes known as
HIKE M LYNCH. ,->m-tirr.e,
-_v "" POLLT PARSON deceased
'-- Of April. l:.:
EUOENB H RETNOL1 B
, A A *-:r ---ator of Estate of
me?
a CLAIRE M LTNCB
.-.own as POLLT
PARSON, deceased.
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^Ijated thia day'of April. A.D.
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IDER OF PUBLICATION
, CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
.APE COUNTY, FI.ORIDA
1ANCEKY, No. 140058.
K.I. SIGLINQER, Plaintiff, vs.
SIC I.I N(i Kit. Defendant.
TO SIOLIN43BR
nan Btrasser
Eart, Germany
re hereby notified that a mil
plaint for Divorce has been
tinst you and you are hereby
to serve a copy of your
to the Hill of Complaint on
attorney and file the
Answer in the office of the
|f the Circuit Court OH or before
of Hay, 19(1! otherwise,
Egatlons of said Kill of Com-
fwill be taken as confessed
you,
this .". day of April, 1951.
E. B. I.KATHKItMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
It Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
IE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
for Tlalntiff
coin Road
eh, Florida
27 5/4
JOTICE TO CREDITORS
K COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
l\|p FOR DADE COUNTY,
UDA. IN PROBATE, No.
' ESTATE OF
iERT SAYETTA,
eased,
creditors and All Persons
Is Claims or Demands Against
"Estate:
| and each of you, are hereby
. and required to present any
and demands which you, or
of vou, may have against the
Df "HERBERT SAYETTA, de-
late of Dadc County, Florida,
II.in. W. F. BL-ANTON, County
of Pade County, and file the
bis office In the County
Duse in Dade County, Florida,
eight calendar months from
l of the find publication hereof.
aims or demands to contain the
Idress of the claimant and to
in t" and presented as afore-
Ir same will be barred.
April 9, AD 1951.
BESSIE JACOBT,
Administratrix of the Estate
HERBERT SAYETTA. De-
d.
>li: B. I.IEKMAN
for Administratrix
i 5 I
)TICE BY PUBLICATION
E CIRCUIT COI'RT OK THE
UDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HANCERY, No. 140(140.
YANDBRNIET, 1'laintlff,
IERTRUDE HELEN
DERNIET, Defendant.
ERTRUDB HELEN
DERNIET,
4'ith Street
|awken, New Jersey
are required to serve a copy
Answer to the Bill of Com-
If.ir Divorce on the Plaintiffs
Sy and to file the Original
in the Offjce of the Clerk of
rcuit Court on or before the
"f May, A.D. 1951, otherwise,
of Complaint for Divorce
pre filed herein will be taken
essed by you.
in at Miami, Florida, this
of April, A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Pade County, Florida
Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
DeputyClerk.
|and Address of
Solicitor:
VN R. LYONS,
rmpla Building
Florida
,27 5/4
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
erslgned, desiring to engago in
under the fictitious name of
Letter Service at 110 Miller
Vrcade, 22:i N. E. 1st Ave.,
Pla., intend to register said
rlth the Clerk of the Circuit
uf Dade County, Florida.
I P. COCHRANE
WILLIAM G. CLARK
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
leraigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
AND WAGE CONSULTING
PE at 302 Roper Building, 20
Third Avenue, Miami, Florida,
to register said name with
lerk of the Circuit Court of
TCounty, Florida.
GUSTAV L. VICTOR
5/4
ATTENTION
JTORNEYS!
ie Jewish Floridian so
rits your legal notices.
appreciate your
ronage and auaran-
accurate service at
jal rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OI iVM-Ti., ".-""|AI- CIRCUIT
C()f\Tv ',lX V," K,,|: ADE
140211. CHANCERY, No,
T{:AFTNNlfeEL/EvFNEDe,endBnt
Ion," .",'" ,S'""' AM'"i.
Lonj Island, New York?
rou are required to serve ,i ennv nf
on or before the II day ol May, A >
?#S5 W %2nS82
*' k<-n as .....,..., by you '
n*&f45tt......* ""' '"'
_ E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
., "ade County, Florida
(Circuit Court seal) '"""a.
By w m. w. 8TOCKINB
MTLTON A. F.{IED.MANe"U,y a"lfc
Attorney for Plaintiff,
V^M-270l51/4,,'dB'' M'am1, Fla-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEltEKV GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t engage in
VACATION^RU'^J?"" "'"* of
1 '' all'i.N Ml 'Ills lip -vi i v XII
885*5 'm, N W, -"" StreTt to the
E&fj&gr*Court f DaS
A,' &J& GARMENT CO., INC
By NORMAN H. ROTHSTE1N
__ President
POKES & PRI8HMAN
Attorneys
420 Lincoln Road
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase in
Sl*ne52nSll35f ""' fictitious- name of
SAM THE CHINA-MAN at BS12 NAY
.th Ave.. intends to register Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
LESTER LAS8kUEI* J" ,A
Attorney for Samuel J. Jaffce
4/13-20-27 5 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
YOUNG'S FRUIT SHIPPERS at 211
sunny isles Boulevard, Miami Beach
41. Fla., Intl.mi to register said name
with the Clerk f the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
II. L. YOUNG
^,___ WILLIAM BOXER
FOKES & FRISHMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. I-lorida
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 OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIX>RIDA, 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
Yon. 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
theBill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, s.'3 Seybold
Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 10 day of
May. 1951, If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
\oii for the relief demanded in the
Kill of Complaint.
This notice Shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10 day of April. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dadc County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____,,
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
\2i Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintif
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 nw '
ALUM-A-LOCK AWNING SHUTTER
CO. (noi fne.) at Bldg. 1*18., Avenue
E; 80th St. Airport. Rt. 1. BOX 181.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
s.ucl name with the Clerk of the I Ir-
AWNING COMPANY
a Florida corporation, owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Atorney for Aluminum Roll-up
Awning Company,
a Florida corporation
I I '' tl I _________,
LEGAL NOTICE
IV Tm^',C,E, B,y PUBLICATION
I! ni-v 1 ,:,''",:|!T '"" THE
RS'BY52 D'CIAL CIRCUIT,
mxam P("\. DADB COUNTY
140258. ~ CHANCERY, No!
R(tnkniSC.ftiSH' PWntlff, vs.
JOSEPH smith, Defendant
1' Josei.h Smith
30.6 J5th Street
YOI auk HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy pi your answer ,,, the
bill of complalnl in the above cause
m,i n!or2S on "" Pla'ntlfrs attorneys,
ih r\ i'". "!lul,Vl ln the Office of
the lerk ol the Clrcull C.....t. on or
before May ,, i;,.-,,, otherwise said
.;,"!:;'.''v'(:u'.wm '- ** -
Dated, this 13tli day of April, I9S1
,,E B. LEATHERMAN,
' li ik of Circuit Court,
,n.__.. ^I'ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
MYERS, I.E.MAN KAPLA& C'e,'k"
Attorneys for Plaintiff
;0 Si-ybold Building
Miami 32, Florida
4/20-27 5/4-11
ivt Ji?J,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C1RCFIT COURT OF THE
jJT'1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN And
Hit DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA-
In Chancery. No. 140551.
EVELYN WARD, Plaintiff, vs.
t i AlJ,>. "Al!". Defendant.
i i-'iA}''\}S:ARD- defendant
6S-0.. Springfield Blvd.
v;Vi'-i''. New York
no, .A3H HEREBY notified that a
Kill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and vou are
required to serve a copy of vour
Answer to said Bill on the Plaintiff's
attorney. NORMAN R. LYONS, inn
Oympia Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Miami, Hade County, Florida, on or
before the 23rd day of May, 1951, or
a decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED this 24 day of April, ItBl
at .Miami, Had,- County, Florida.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
,r., Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. FEIOE,
l/M I/4.U-U "",;'ly aerk'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF l"l IIRH >A IN AND Fl 'I: D \D1-:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1 10550.
MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs.
SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant.
TO: SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant
79 GLENWOOD AVENUE
P. I Nil HA Ml 'TON. NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, 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.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24
day of April, 1951.
E.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 THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140396.
HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, rs.
PHILIP TUMAN, Defendant.
To: Philip Tuman
C O John Tuman.
670 West End Avenue.
New York City, N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce lias been
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer or
pleading thereto on the plaintiffs
attorney, HERBERT E. KAUFMAN,
1629 duPonl Building, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, and file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 22nd day of May, 1951. If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridian.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1Mb day of April. 1951.
I? II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _______
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
HERBERT E KAUFMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
^ 20-27 5/4-11
EITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI ** ^LA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till': CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
14..... ,,,
LOUIS GREENBERO, Plaintiff, vs.
CLARA L GREENBEBG,
l tefendant.
To: CLARA L. GREENBERO,
1901 Ocean Ave..
Brooklyn, New York.
you are required to serve copy
ir answer to the Bill ol
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office "f the Clerk pi
the Clrcull Court on or before the
.i,,\ of May. a D. I9B1 i otherwise,
the Bill "f Complaint for Dl
heretofon filed herein, "ill be taken
.is confessed by you,
I lated tl M ami, Florida, this the
:, ii., \ of April, 1951,
' B. B. LEATHERMAN,
ci.-rk of the Cln ill Court,
Dade Count]. Pk I
(Clrcull Court Seal) .._
By; WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
4/13-20-27 6/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Malvern Motel at 1747.". Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
SAMUEL J. KAUFMAN
SOPHIE G. KAUFMAN
Co-Partners
MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
I 27 :./4-ll-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 140549.
HAROLD W. WORSNOP, Plaintiff,
VS. RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP.
i tefendant.
TO: RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP
:::.:. Chestnut street
Kearny, New Jersey
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
Answer in I be of flee of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
24 day of May, A.D. 1951. otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
.is confessed bv you,
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of April. A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
MURRAY GOODMAN ,
910-12 Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
4/27 5/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ol' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140117.
LOUIS KAIIR. Plaintiff, vs.
NAOMI KAHR. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NAo.MI KAHR
685 East lHUh Street
Bronx .Y|, New York
You, Naomi Ktthr, are hereby notified
thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has boon filed agalnsl 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, ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
e the 9 day of May. 1951, if you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
' each week for four consecutive wteks
in The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9 day of April. A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Cou::ty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKNG,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/13-20-27 5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140476.
LAURA FOI/SER. Plaintiff, v-
JOSEPH J. FOLGER, Defendant.
To: JOSEPH ... FOLGER,
Residence unknown
Mailing address: c o: General
Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey.
You are required to serve a copy ol
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
com! on or before the 21 day of May,
A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
20 dav of April. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy CUrk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
I02S s. vbold Bldg, Miami, Florida.
4 27 5/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i.'V THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140308.
JOSEPH KUTCHER. Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH KUTCHER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH KUTCHER
c/o Sonny Lewis
Ml Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You, SARAH KUTCHER, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to servo
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the plain-
tiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
_: Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or bfeoie the 10
day of Mac, 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 be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish i li irldlan.
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ibis 16 day of April, A.D.
' E. R. l.u I [-HERMAN, Clei
circuit court. Dads County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Si al)
Bj M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
.-::'. Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
4/20-27 5/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciiicyiT
IN AND Hill DADE COUSWY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
139910.
MICHAEL I.EWIN and MAR-
GUERITE LEWIN, his wife, PI tin
tiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and
BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known
as BELLA BERNSTEIN, bis wife
MARK V H WAD8WORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., individual-
ly and as Trustee, Defendants
TO: HARRY BERNSTEIN and
BELLE BERNSTEIN, also knowi
as BELLE BERNSTEIN, his wife,
MARK \\ D. WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., Indivi-
dually and as Trusties, and If an3
of the above named defendants be
deceased, then the unknown spouses,
heirs, devise* s, grantees, assignees,
llenors, creditors, trustees, and ,11
other parties claiming interests, by,
throuirh. under or nirainst th* said
HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE!
BERNSTEIN, also Knoun as
BELLA BERNSTEIN. his wife.
MARK V. D WADSWORTH mil
EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., in and to
the property hereinafter described,
and all unknown spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors.
creditors, trustees anil parties claim-
ing Interests in said property, bv.
through, under or against HARRY
BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERN-
STEIN, also known as BELLA
BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D.
WAI-swoRTH and EUGENE
ZIBGLER JR., individually and as
trustee; and all unknown parties
having or claiming to have arty
right, title, or interest, in and to
the following described property
situate ln Dade County, Florida:
Lot 5, in Block 5, of CORAL
Nook according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
8. at Page 115, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida
YoU, the above named and design-
ated Defendants, both known and un-
known, are hereby notified that the.
Plaintiff has filed his Bill of Com-
plaint against you, and each of you
as Defendants in the above styled
cause ln the Circuit Court In and
for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In
and for Hade County, Florida, to
quiet and establish the title of the
Plaintiff in and to the above de-
scribed lands and to remove Celts
Clouds upon tile title of the Plaintiff
thereto, and for such other rellel
as will more fully appear from the
Bill of Complaint filed herein, and
you an- required to serve a copy ol
your answer or pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff
torney, Samuel Rubin, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the Office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Curt on or before the 17th day of
May, A. D 1951. If vou fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill Of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida this 17 day of April, A D
1951.
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 OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 23SS9.
RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT GRAUSO,
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
Orauso. deceased; and that on the
21st dav of May, 1951, will apnlv
to the Honorable w. p. blanton.
Countv Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Ancillary
Administrator of the Estate of
ROBERT GRAUSO, deceased.
This 17th day of April. 1951
JOSEPH W. MALBK
Ancillary Administrator.
KAPLAN. DIET/. \- LASKY
Attorneys for Joseph w. ualek
Ancillary Administrator
Estate of Robert C.rauso, Deceased
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 ot
SUNSHINE MARKET at 402 N. W
6th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
HELEN POLAND
SOL POLAND
JOSEPH PAR Do
Attorney for Owners
914 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24036.
In Re: ESTATE OP
JACOB BEL8KY,
i k eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands A
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are herehy
notifled and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JACOB BELSKY. dor,
late Of Miami Beach, Dade r
,. to the lion W. V. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
Countv Courthouse In Dad.- Com'
Florida, Ithln elghl calendar n
from the date of the first publii
Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
i and to i- sworn to
II ii as aforesaid, or same will
. barred Bee Section 120 of the
Probate Act,
i April >, AD. 1951.
SOLOMON CRAMER
Administrator D Bonls N
the Estate of Jacob Belsky, De-
osasi d.
PALLOT, SILVER, TATIIAM,
ABDO A MULLOY
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Belsky, deceased.
4/6-13-20-27


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JewistifkrMkxi
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Beach Sisterhood
To Greet Delegates
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Cen';r will play
hostess to the fifJi annual con-
ference of the Southeast Branch
Golden Agere To Hear 15-Year-Old Soprano
Robert.i Werner. 15-ye.a-old this area at the stat- music con-
soprano, will be featured at the! vention when she was 11 and
next meeting Of the Golden Age won. She has sung w.th Ceasar
Friendship Club of the Miami LaMonica's band in Bayfront
j Jewish Community Center on Park.
! Sunday. May 6, at 2:30 p. m. at A one-act playlet entitled
center. "The Hat" will be presented by
who is a veteran of Mrs. Marie Norton. Dancing and
rents will follow.________
krael Su^
Th'- Israelite r *
the third nSS
dependence of ]\
ceremony t0 k. J/J4
Sunday, Mar?h ? S|
accordmgtoM^jllJ
man. utT1,r
nan Soo'in mi J
spe.; ki *H it]
Leila Gross New
May Queen Entrant
Leiia Gi sa is the latest en-
trant in the May Queen compe-
which will highlight the'
I annual May dance. -
S 'red by the Flagler-Granada
sh Commumrv Center on
Mrs. Emanuel Sincr
of Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America on Mon-
day. Tuesday and Wednesday,
May 7-9.
Delegates from seven states
will convene at Miami Beach for
the three-day series of lunch-
eons, banquets, parties and con- May 12 at the Casablanca Hotel.
ferences. This will include a Miami Bei
leadership course under the di- Representing the Miami B
rection of Mrs. Emanuel Siner, YM&WHA. the 21-year-old Miss
president of National Women's Gross is a junior at the Univer-
League. sity of Miami, chairman of the
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PAGE 2 A I'll Say. One often hears jibes about the numerous pi in Israel These cracks usually proceed I still quarters and ,...' They I plexities : face the tiny state, wh< Gal Ffi tage It is • ties vic issi t u I reflecting i %  Bui rapid%  ^ similar ; Vnueran 1 Laborites nt. %  %  Workers Partj 1. ] %  itely. tside % %  %  % %  %  not quix tic To • people, %  '. • a el. loes nol r up the in :.%  %  ecloud a ] I party that i an I %  ers to sit the sidi lim • an tion of fellow l. Hashon %  ; : %  To und< : rigins and I innts. its back I | : • V This grou] A leri-..' %  %  • • ntury. nery from %  9-JeHlstncrkHar Vagaries in the Mapam By HARRY SIMONHOFF mmunal iwnership of ; The3 h Id i iches in contempl VH %  I the weather ] I %  -; f L suit," his \ n Iti A Kibbutz their nsisiWesl H %  • %  ... ty Con %  ever have ai %  %  5 Vet Hash Hat: thi tenets of Marx and protest ve i I i S S R. Mai ank and file, as well .1 behind the Iron Curt.,.::. ..hy didn't they remain in S '. But here we run into that si and at cross purp nment Th H s rvently Jewish. No group in Is to the Hebrew language and eu'.' N r nization performed greater pioni isks in reclaiming the land of Palestine. T I collectivist enterprise with tion to communal welfare. P: : determined to live a Jewish life on the soil of their ancestral homeland. Its Irrehgion Yet again we run into the dualism that del pal analysis N .: >up in Israel :s more antiligi IUS. They appear to have rejected Judaism in toto. For Friday evening, the boys take a shave wer and put on their onlv pressed suit. V." Sabbath best W cloth is spread over the tables: a bright, clean Sabbath air shines over the large dining hall. Yet no Service Is read: no Kiddush is i ntr wine. Neither Sepher Ton,i. '" :a Sublet J to be found in the entire Kibbutt Af. >er B ok rthe m eJ| concert is heard on th 1 SSiw • i n J th> radi or nh" e,5e 4 ds. Pictorial art is ci th %  8ri %  r works and a Sabbath £ l .,,>....u u OOTOJIM can ,.' .wing days: but the old ::._ On the Seder ,. >oti, .if heroic exploits in .1. %  ':'* na&djjj K ppur is observed as a holidav hut tie prays. "' l lew : | Its Schismatic Loyalties %  V t. ho. %  land to its 1 N ir is a finer, more 'f^Jewry to be found -.oming • ed from the general communitv "Th %  a., I from the defi lomer Hatzair is becomm. c — • '""iniiii:. Ives a select group and fellow Dutch Treat Luncheon For Welfare Committee i inity well : • i Miami Section of National C in 1 : Jewish will hold a Dutch tn I I Betty's Resaurant on .. May 9. at 12 noon. of the meeting .s to rid its W : k with New A er%  I e Jewish Social S %  % %  u will be d: y be made by the council office. of consecration'that ,v workers, fellow Zionist, fell > w ly thirty years in existence, th, v are % %  %  ",'H,M the flexibility of radicals and a, .^ hidebound doctrinaires. A cerl lg M : %  idealistic behavior and : hem %  I sciously discordant, divisive and inc marunu. uT hot bed of victorious, militant NaUonaUsm 2 tend towards Soviet cosmopolitanism I n th. 2 of Judaism they profess an atheism that is renniS and sophomoric. To a Labor adn : ,£*£ maintain a sullen, aloofness, unc, ...I.?? geance. ""[an* Its Unreahsm Sentimental idealism seems to lead this grouo impositions having no bearing on ~ The Si Dr. J. L. Magness and his fellow d. ldv w a bi-nat.onal state. The Hashomer Hatzair app^S the plan, even though the Arabs rejected it as in practical and unworkable. Thev fought with SUM-' human bravery at Negbah and Mishmer Haemrt yet misjudged the significance of the waand stressed the need of constructive pioneering at th crucial moment when the British and the V desperately preventing the rebirth Mother's Day Affair %  ', i n Club No. Two will hold a er's Day celebratii n %  Sat! Maj 12 it li irf. nist Res• 1381 Washington AveMiami Beach. • %  I Fund : .. hich Mrs Idj :.club c ai Child Re> u Fu M • Mint Mrs. Matilda Ratner is chairman of the Jewish Education Dinner to be held Sunday, May 6. at the Miami Beach Jewish enter. DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED VAIDS PART TIVE OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOVES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT N E. "$t Ave. Pf, 9.3507 Nfl Ca'Be to Employer HEAR GOLDA MYERSON MINISTER OF LABOR STATE OF ISRAEL SOUTH FLORIDA'S "SALUTE TO ISRAEL" RALLY in celebration of ISRAELS THIRD INDEPENDENCE DAY THURSDAY. MAY 10th 8:30 P. M. .Miami Beach Auditorium Washington Avenue^at 17th Street BOND SUBSCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE AT Miami eM>C H.idqi.rUrs I7DJ Utfttu life |.|47l SS I l), 0 "t•'• iptai% .. ... >m "•! %  • "N UNI fa — | IX ta JV .. j-MJf *UMUM Photo t ripkf, (49 i.L 2nd St .......'.....'.....".> If f," '.•?'** c "'y Csrtii tit S.W. Ktk AY. M4tl VatloMl Coy.ci .' |,wttk WtMl Uacfcr* IISj. Miami iMtk %  efc eaaptlca H.id,.in.r, %  •Mk MldU.n Ottlct Ttlt tttk SbolM — KM e>at' mm firr Twr, aillmmtiMi OMM OrKHlutlM tt Axrict — m Umtta ML n


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PAGE 6 B *M*&JkCiMXl Dorothy Ruth Miller Becomes Mrs. Weiss In Candlelight Ceremonv At Miller Home In a candlelight ceremony in the home of her parents. Ifia Dorothy Ruth Miller became the bride of Philip Weiss. Dr. Joseph N rot read the service. The bri I I I taught Mr. and Mrs Mu.ry :,:.. r. 555 South Shore Drive. Miami Beach, farmer!: Mi '•'•' part nts are %  -. V For th n of ion veil fell n E I %  -: th gowi f rose The '.v I in Both wore %  %  of Illinois A Navy v t: T : temii M %  B An %  %  Saxony Howl Gail Beswick Becomes Mrs. Robert Rosenberg In a s:mple ceremony on April ;. M.ss Gail Beswick. daughter of Rae Beswick of Detroit. Mich.. became the bride of Robert Rosenberg, son of the Aaron : Miami Beach and Detroit. Rabbi Irving Lohrman read the service, which was followed by a dinner for the immediate families at Lincoln Manor. Ltroom are ity of Michigan. Mr. Rosenberg w ..warded first prize in he H ipwo ind third prize :n :•' %  The couple is honeymooning in Cuba. Mollie Diamond Wed To Louis Rosenberg Rabbi Irving Lehrman solemnj ized the marriage of Miss Mollie Diamond, daughter of Mrs. Ella Diam >nd, 1523 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach, to Louis Rosenbc-rg. son of Ihe Theodore RosenJay Bruce Hess, 12-year-old pianist and son of Mr and Mrs. David Hess of 2190 S.W 10th St. was judged the "Most Outstandingly Talenied Child" of more than 60 contestants in a lecent Mrs. Gary H. Schlcs.nger Constance Lipchinsky To Wed W. A. Winer [Mi > i. need her i to W \ Winer. • M Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi Shenandoah Jr. High School frate rnity i. Mils Alice Wohl. competition Representing his seventh grade class 312. Jay who was selected at a recent dinplayed the Rachmaninoff prener dance at Miami Beach Athlude in C M nor. letic Club. cWfy KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT VOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING H TELS 1701 Washington Avenue M I ••.:'-. Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evenii I'-. : • CorapUu Supervision of Crttttt Mua bergs. 330 West 42nd Street. Miami Beach. The ceremony took place in the rabbi's study in the presence of their immediate families. Mrs. Mina Kaplan served as matron of honor and Martin Hellman was best man. The former Miss Diamond is a senior at the University of Miami. Her husband was graduated from the University of Miami School of Business Administration and is now in the Army. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Penny Goldstein. Cite JS\ eu CAMP OSCEOLA for Boys and Girls On Mills River and Silver Lclce Horse Shoe, North Carolina Horseback riding, capable seasoned staff. 3000 ft. deration resident phys.cian and nurse, private lake, swimming pool,' all land and water sports. 300 acre campus Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach Telephones: 5-5975 or 5-4239 FEW OPENINGS LEFT Subjects Announced N man R. Lyons, newscaster : entator. whose feature an Views around s heard on Jacob 't Jewish Variety Hour, will discuss "Israeli-Syrian DisF:rst Crucial Test of the UN Security Council" on the program Fridav at 1:30 p. m. St tion WMBM. "for Sunday at 3 p. m. will be "The Ruhr.g of the Selective Service Act ond its Effect upon Displaced Persons Residing in the U. S." Constance Lipchinsky Mis. Roy Lipchinsky of 832 15th St., Miami Beach, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winer of 6460 S. W. 25th St. Miss Lipchinsky graduated from Miami Beach High School, and Mr. Winer attended Washington University and the University of Missouri. FayeSymcrn Marry To Gary SchleT* %  man, 1214 s.w. ^"Hl nounce the n-arr^ Coffl, .| daughter, Fav£% Scrle.ir.ger. son 0, yT^ Morn z Schlesingwia Gemanv. 8 M *fiia. Mrs. Eugene Sombe* J the I ;•.£ 0r0f ar --I foS was best Ko *l Th I %  •• %  .-• -. 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leuushJIoHdGan FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1951 SEC. B m Pallot Installed As State President Of B'nai B'rith At 3-Day Parley Here E. Albert Pallot of Miami I Beach and Mrs. Irving Hoffman of Hollywood were elected presij dents of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters at tha close of the organization's threeday conclave held at the Casablanca Hotel last weekend. District Grand Lodge president, Abe Schewel, of Lynchburg, Va acted as installing officer ar.d delivered the final address at the state convention Monday afternoon. Schewel presented a bronze plaque to outgoing state piesident, Frank G. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg for "outstanding service, leadership, and devotion to the humanitarian program? of B'nai B'rith during 19.")0." The fifteenth annual meeting of the state federation was highlighted by resolutions pledging renewed support of the Supreme Lodge "Service Committee to the Armed Forces and Veterans" and the annual commemoration of Israel Independence Day. The Florida Lodges passed unanimously, a resolution urging groups to support the Florida Council of Social Welfare. This council is devoted to the advancement of health, welfare and educational programs for Florida citizens. The convention heard plans outlined for the ground-breaking of the projected Hillel Foundation building at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Other officers elected to serve with Pnllot include Harry Goodark, West Palm Beach, first president; regional vice p dents, Leonard Pepper, Tallahassee; Samuel Proctor, Gainesville; Edward I. Cutler, Tamp,;; Irving Hoffman, Hollywood; Al Emhoff, Orlando; treasurer, Godfrey K. Newman. Miami Beach; secretary, Sidney Aronovitz Miami. Women's officers are first vice vice president, Mrs. Morris Witten, Jacksonville; second vice president, Mrs. William B. Wolfson, Tampa; third vice president, Mrs. Frank Bayer, West Palm Beach; secretary, Mrs Milton Harvey, Hollywood: treasurer, (Mrs. Irving Wellems, Ft. Lauderidale, and Historian, Mrs. Albert I Moss of West Palm Beach 3"~ AsBoclated It a meeting held last Thursday at the offices of the newly formed Greater Miami Comfor Bonds of Israel Government, plans were set in motion for rabbinical participation in ipaign. Rabbis attending the meeting are (1. to r.) Rabbis Irving Lehrman. Miami Beach h Center; Murray Grauer, Congregation Beth El; Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; K a plan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and president of Greater Miami Rabbinical kciation; Moses Mescheloff. Congregation Beth Jacob and secretary of the Greater Miami binical Association; Simon April, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation; Joseph Narot, pie Israel, and Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth David. I.JVN.III Leader Blasts Charge teli Medicos' "Pay Is Too High" V YORK (AJP)—Mrs. Rose "a misleading and calumnious In. president of Hadassah, headline." reek ripped into a General The general theme of the edi|t charge from Israel that | torial was that the standard of sah nurses ana doctors in I living in Israel was "far too |wish state were being paid high" with particular reference to wages of Israeli workers. Mrs. Halprin defended the wage scales as inevitable in a country plagued by inflation and shortages of skilled labor. She then slammed the charge against Hadassah nurses and doctors asserting that the monthly basic salary of nurses in Israel was 30 pounds or about $85 a month, plus a cost of living allowance of about $C0 a month, for a 48-hour week. She said the salaries of medical technicians, doctors, and hospital administrators were comparably low. ell. new argument was the in a series of exchanges en Hadassah forces, led by Halprin, and elements in |al Zionism both in the States and Israel. I Halprin revived the argu[in her column in the curladassah Newsletter. The was aimed at a recent isIf '"Inside Israel," published It General Zionists' Organ"" in Israel, item that drew Mrs. Halwrath was an editorial eninside the Blue-White lin." which she described as After 15 Years Skulnick To Make B'way Debut NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — Broadway will get a new name next season—the idol of the Yiddish stage for the past 15 years, ace comedian Menasha Skulnick. Skulnick, hailed by critics as one of the funniest of America's I funnymen has been signed by | George Kondolf for a lead role ; in the show "Business Is Busiiness", scheduled to open in the Fall. Supreme Court Rejects Nazis Criminals' Appeals WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Supreme Court rejected the appeals of the last seven Nazi war 'criminals under death sentence in the American zone of Germany. The seven include German officers and concentration camp officials responsible for the death of thousands of Jews. —Ardmore Joseph Ray-vis, newly elected state co-chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hillel committee, is shown presenting a check for one thousand dollars to Mayor Harold Turk, a member of the national Hillel committee, for the construction of a new Hillel house at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Looking on are Morris Witten of Jacksonville, chairman of the Hillel building committee, and E. Albert Pallot, newly elected president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodaes. The presentation was made at the state convention held at the Casablanca Hotel last weekend. YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING-DON'T LET THEM DOWN! 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [4 -NUMBER 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS \\\h Bang: iond Drive Off To Flying Start; llion Reported Sold First Day IK (AJP)—American td their hearts, musney into the $500,000.|>ond campaign, the jntary philanthropic in American history, campaign was formid from the bond Is in downtown Manfaay. dignified excitement offices of the Anierfal and Development Corporation for Israel as months of planning were swiftly moved into the operations stage. Unofficial first day sales figures indicated a possible nationwide sale of around S25.000.000. representing half of the t ital which bond leaders hoped to present to Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion at the Madison Square Garden rally. May 10. Officials at the AFDC declined (Continued on Page 4A) Golda Myerson Speaks at Bond Rally on Beach Thursday Night Israel's dynamic Minister of Labor Golda Myerson willj The internationally famed speak in behalf of the Jewish state's 5500,000,000 Independence i stateswoman will be accompanied „ • ii i.u .. %  j • to Miami from Washington by Dr. Bond issue at a giant rally markinq the third anniversary of | Morris Goodman, newly apthe young Middle East republic on Thursday, May 10, at 8:30 p ,,j n ted chairman of_ the Greater p. m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. idman Named Local Chairman lei's 500-Million-Dollar Bond Drive i Goodman, vice pres[general manager of tothers Department Goodman's Lincoln and local civic leadpted the chairmanship _er Miami Committee DO.000,000 bond issue .'loated in the United he Government of Isodman assumes the invitation of Henfnihau, Jr., who, as 1 of the U. S. TreasI this country in the bore than 185 billion [ bonds and securities. Vnthau is chairman of of governors of the ^Financial and Develfcorporaton for Israel, j directing the sale of I the United States. fcstment in Israel is an in democracy," Mr. stated. is investment of [in Israel has already i dividends in the form democratic pattern in little country. In less > years of statehood, IsBemonstrated, as few ^ns. its ability to mainj rights and freedom in jpheaval. That is the nocracy," Mr. MorgenDO More Expected of the tremendous load carried by the government and the citizens of Israel, to welcome and integrate more than 500.000 new immigrants since May, 1948, the nation today is determined to absorb an addiional 600,000 newcomers in the next three years. "In order to accomplish this and consolidate the economic position of the existing population. Israel is embarking on a great program of industrial and agricultural development." Dr. Goodman arrived in Miami 16 years ago from New York City, wheie he had taught and practiced medicine for 12 years. He was formerly assistant clinical professor of medicine at New York University and assistant attending physician at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Numerous Civic Activities Among his numerous civic interests. Dr. Goodman is vcie president of Mount Sinai Hospital and serves as chairman of the important joint advisory committee consisting of representatives of the board of trustees and the hospital's medical staff. He is also chairman of the public relations committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a director of the Miami District of the Zionist Organization of America. He holds membership in Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'nth (Continued on Page 7A) Golda Myerson Miami bond drive. Dr. Goodman, who will represent this area at a dinner on May 9 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, will meet Mis. Myerson in Washington Thursday morning and travel with her by Eastern Air Lines. They are scheduled to arrive here at 1:25 p. m. Included in the welcoming delegation will be the mayors of Miami, Miami Beach. Coral Gables and other adjacent municipalities. Jewish community leaders from Greater Miami, as well as West Palm Beach. Fort Lau' derdale. Hollywood. Key West. Dr. Goodman will be host at a cocktail party in honor of the Israeli visitor at 5 p. m. at the Saxony Hotel where Mrs. Myerson will be a guest. During her stay, the Israeli flag will be flown by the hotel All seats for the rally will be reserved, with tickets free to all bond purchasers. One of the highlights of the rally will be the appearance of the 18-man Greater Miami Cantors Association Chorus under the direction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer and Robert Strassburg, music consultant for the Jewish Centers Association. There are two types of bonds: interest bearing bonds, denominated 15-year 3'-2 percent dollar coupon bonds, on which interest at the rate of 3'2 percent per annum will be payable semi-annually; and capital appreciation bonds denominated 12-year savings bonds, which will have a maturity value of 150 percent of the issue amount. Coupon bonds are dated May 1, 1951, and mature May 1. 1966. (Continued on Page 4A) Syrian Troops Invade Israeli Territory Syrian forces invaded Israeli territory Wednesday and heavy fighting is now raging between Israeli and Syrian troops, Israel reported 'to the United Nations. The battle was underway near the disputed frontier area north of the Sea of Galilee. Israeli officials reported. According to their report, "armed Syrian irk. Morris Goodman, chairman of the GreaterJJcmu Uttee for Bonds of IsraelGovernment Tuesday, sold1 the ond in Miami Beach to Mayor Harold Twrt ^V"^ nember of the bond drive executive ^'" H }"J *%T hand to greet Golda Myenwn. Minister of J"""* I cabinet, when she arrive, here on Thursday afternoon. 10. to spark the local bond selling effort. Federation Will Mil Hi Bar Mitzva At Annual Meet A Bar Mitzvah ceremony marking the thirteenth year of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will highlight the annual meeting to be held at the Biscayne Room of the Columus Hotel, according to William D. Singer, president of Federation. An original skit written by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe Boxerman will feature the achievements of Greater Miami s central Jewish agency since it was organized. Participating in the program will be the seven men who have served as president of the group. They are Stanley C. Myers, Benjamin Bronston, Sam Blank, Monte Selig Max Orovitz, Jacob bher and Singer. This will mark the first occasion when all seven have taken part in such a presentation. The program will also review Federation's activities during the past year and chart plans for the coming year. Members of Federation will also elect a new slate of officers. regulars and units of -he regular Syrian army" crossed the border into Israel in the neutral zone near the highly disputed Huleh swamp sectio n on the upJewish Education Head Will Speak At Dinner May (> An outstanding American leader in Jewish education. Michael A. Stavitsky. will speak at the second annual dinner sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami on Sunday, May 6 at 6 p.m. The affair will be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Once a vear the Bureau of Jewish Education calls this group together where the broader implications of Jewish education in America are presented, the bureau's efforts are evaluated, and new officers installed. Stavitsky's activities include national communal leadership in Zionism, Jewish group-work and Jewish Education. His leadership of the American Association for Jewish education has made that organization one of the most vital forces in Jewish life in America. The arrangement committee includes Mrs. Matilda Ratner, chairman; Mesdames Louis Glasser, Abraham Kasow, Leon Ell Ireal Shapoff, Louis Heiman. Eli Hurwitz, and Harry Simonhoff. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Ratner, 5-2321, and at the Bureau, 318 Congress Bldg., or by phoning 3-5858 or 9-0489. per Jordan River, just west of the Syrian border. The government of Israel sent an urgent message to the UN Security Council, charging that Syrian troops had violated the UN armistice agreement by attacking across the demilitarized zone. Abba S. Eban. Israel's representative to the UN, read a telegram from the Israeli foreign minister in Tel Aviv to the Security Council urging the 11nation body to order withdrawal of invading troops. The foreign minister declared in his telegram: "I have no doubt \ that this attack constitutes in the I formal sense, both a violation of 'the armistice agreement and an act of aggression." From Israel cme word that with the bade continuing after nightfall Israeli reinforcements were brought up to support the small army patrol which was fighting a delaying action. Senate Passes Anti-Mask Bill A bill outlawng the wearing of masks or burning of crosses in public in Florida was passed unanimously and without debate by the state Senate Monday. Though the measure does not specifically mention the Ku Klux Klan, it is clearly aimed at the hooded organization. The unmasking bill now goes to Gov. Fuller Warren for his signature. .. %  ; .•*



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-• V* -M -|>-, cj> MAY 4, 1951 +Jew!st fhoradHmr PAGE 7 A ii AJC Unit rs Mrs. Ladd [ibert Ladd has been serve as president of haptciof the Women's American Jewish Conounced retiring presiJ3en S. Hertz. ri. Albert Ladd Ifficers chosen are vice Mrs. Alfred Rubins. Benjamin Weiner, MC Elman and Mrs. puker; treasurer, Mrs. y. isman; financial sects. E. B. Harris: recordist Mrs. William I mding secretaries. Bam Vejana and Mrs. Illnl.'nsti'in; honorary Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, |p:i M. Fine, Mrs. A. A. Ir.i Mrs, Hertz. I exe :utive board fa mes Louis AuerIkner Amos BenBver, Harry Ein|than Eisenman, Abrakw, Ceil Kasov, Harry Levin. Isidor Fine, tan. Fred Klein, Irving ck Pi etor, Irving ShanIon Shapiro, Russell I • it Sher, David I -.r.onoff and Irvin Hold Social ish Orthodox Youth of Bami will holds its anil, closing the activities | • year, at the resMiss Maralyn SamoS W. 21st Road, on May 8 at 8:30 p. m. organized in the a to answer a need fcnization for people inI odoxy and who I understanding of lox movement. I Leonard Rose, Son Of Miami Couple, Returns In Concert Leonard Rose, 32-year-old concert cellist and longtime resident i of Miami, will return here for an appearance with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on May 13 and 14. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of 774 N. W. 1st St.. Leonard has been solo 'cellist of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra since 1944. He recently appeared as soloist in I two works at Carnegie Hall in .the nature of a public farewell, for he is leaving for a concert career. Rose began his 'ceilo studies in Miami at the age of 10 under Walter Grossman. In 1931 he won a Florida state coniost at Tampa as the most outstanding 'cellist in high school competition. In 1938, Rose became a member of the NBC Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Ai'i-uro Toscanini. In 1939 he became first solo 'cellist with the Cleveland Symphony, Arthur Redzinski conducting. Before joining the New York Philharmonic in 1944, he was on the faculty of Oberlin College for one season. Rose remained with the Philharmonic and in 1945 gave his recital debut in Town Hall. The following year he joined the faculty of Julliard School of Music as 'cello instructor. Mrs. Koretzky Is Louise AJC Head Mrs. Harry Koretzky was elected president of Louise Chapter of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. Long active in the organizeDr. Goodman Named Local Chairman Of Israel's 500-Million-Dollar Bond Drive BBYW Schedule Daneeeapades B'nai B'rith Young Women's Chapters of the Greater Miami area will sponsor its first annual "Daneeeapades" on Saturday, May 5. at 9 p. m. at the Caribbean Hotel. Miami Beach, according to Beverly Koch, chairman. Entertainment, which is under the direction of Doris Klein, will include the Silvers, dance exhibitionists: Kay Allen, vocalist. and Bob Goldner emcee and story teller. Music for dancing will be provided by Teddy, King and his orchestra. The proceeds of this dance will be divided among the sponsoring chapters which include Clara Hirsch Landau, Colman A. Zwitman, Star and Sharet. to be used to further their B'nai B'rith project commitments. Among the community service projects supported by these ycung men are the Leo N. Levi Hospital in i Hot Springs, Arkansas, for arth, ritic diseases and the Anita M. Pearlman Scholarship Award, as : well as individual projects loc ill' Assisting on the committee are Sonya Klein, Bette Ann Brown. Elaine Schwartz, Florerte Reyner. %  Sylda Botwin. Dorothy Ladd, Barbara Cohn. Barbara Devore and Trudi Lach. Mrs. Harry Koretzky tional life of Miami Beach, Mrs. Koretzky has served as vice president and membership chairman of the AJC group. Others elected to office were Mrs. Martin Genet, honorary president: Mrs. Murray Blane, Mrs. David Lemelman, Mrs. Jesse Nowak, Mrs. Herbert Young, vice presidents; Mrs. Joseph Half on, treasurer; Mrs. William Reimer, Mrs. Murray Streiff, financial secretaries; Mrs. William Feuer, Mrs. Ben Greene, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Simon Kriegel, recording secretary. Members of the board include Mesdames Ray Adclberg, Edna Bcrke, Bert Busker. Anna Gans, Dorothy Gelman, Dora Gerson, Bess Glasser, Ruthe Glickman, Sue Greenberg, Hazel Grossman, Jennie Grossinger, Lee Kagen, Edith Lefooe, Sylvia Meade, Dora Miller, Rose Ritter, Ruth Moss, Laura Rabir.owitz, Civie Pertnoy, Sa:n Sklar, Rose Teplis, Beverly Teplis. Beverly Tobin, Edith Trent, Leah Udell, Fay Weinstein and Rose Weiss. Film Strip Set For BBG Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls will sponsor a "Rumor Clinic" Wednesday night. May 9, at the. Miami Jewish Community Center. Dan Hoffman will show a film strip, followed bv a talk on antidefamation. CYC, AZA and BBG have been invited. Refreshments will be served. Wednesday night, May 2, Hillel BBG had a short business meeting. A Red Cross demonstration was given concerning atomic warfare. (Continued from Page 1A) and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. In accepting the chairmanship of the Greater Miami bond drive. Dr. Goodman stated that "a bond for Israel is a bond with Israel." "We have already seen Israel begin tinestablishment of a strong economy for its people. Now we are able to participate in the consolidation and growth of this modi rn country. It is a unique privilege in this period of unrest and uncertainty to take part in the development of a young democracy which has already given the world a rare demonstration of courage and faith in humanity." Dr. Goodman explained that the S500.000.000 for the State of Israel is to be raised through the sale of bonds in the next three years, as part of a total $1,500,000,000 program for the economic development of Israel and for the absorption of an additional 600.0000 immigrants between now and the end of 1953. The three-year plan for Israel's economic expansion was first projected by Prime Minister Dav d BenGurion in September, 1950, at a conference with American Jewish leaders in Jerusalem, and was later endorsed by the leaders of 45 leading national Jewish organizations at the National Planning Conference in Washington Local Office Opened Local bond campaign headj quarters have been opened in the %  Congress Building with Milton S. \ Malakoff. formerly director of public relations for the Greater i Miami Jewish Federation, as i Greater Miami manager for the American Financial and Develop| ment Corporation for Israel. First special event of the local bond selling effort will be the city-wide celebration of Israel's third Independence Day on Thursday. May 10. which will culminate with a rally in honor of Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's Minister of Labor, who is coming here to stimulate the drive. Admission to the rally will be free to bond purchasers. Upon acceptance of the chairmanship, Goodman named the following to serve on his executive committee: Jack A. Ablin, Sam Blank. Samuel Friedland, Sam Lachman. Seymour B. Leibman, I. L. Mintzer, Benjamin Meyers, Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovitz, Joseph M. Rose, Dan B. ; Ruskin, Herbert E. Scherf Jacob Sher, Harry Simonhoff, William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Alex Van Straaten, Harold Turk, Carl Weinkle, Mitchell Wolfson, E. Albert Pallot, Joseph Stein, Oscar Lelchuk. Charles Fruchl Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Irving Lehrm ^ het on P/emises (fed, & Thurs. 'til Noon 'RD'S POULTRY CO. • W. 8th St.. Miami ie 2-7808 & 9-1939 W.ll Appreciate i" Patronage! SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars Klectric and Acetylene Welding ttULTON BROS. 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UDAY, MAY 4, 1951 t'Jmisti Fhuridiar PAGE 3 A THE .' STATE OF ISRAEL announces its first bond issue $500,000,000 INDEPENDENCE ISSUE on the occasion of its third anniversary State of Israel INDEPENDENCE ISSUE two types of bonds are offered a) Interest Bearing Bonds Denominated as Fifteen Year Wt% Dollar Coupon Bonds (in denominations of $500 to $100,000) ft) Capital Appreciation Bonds Denominated as Twelve Year Dollar Savings Bonds (in denominations of $50 to $10,000) Maturity Value: 150% of issue amount ^ AMERICAN *"SSCORPORATION FOR ISRAEL STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS GREATER MIAMI COMMITTEE For BONDS OF ISRAEL GOVERNMENT 1703 Congress Building Miami Phone 9-U71 U DR. MORRIS GOODMAN. Chairman. Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of Israel Government 1703 Congress Building. Miami. Florida Please send me a copy of the prospectus ^"K the $500,000,000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue. NAMEADDRESSCITY .STATE. -ZONE



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)AY, MAY 4, 1951 +Jewlsti FlcriaUian Ikin To Conduct imor Clinic" Jsert J. Balkin. director, la Regional Office, Antigation League of B'nai will conduct a "Rumor C" demonstration at the regtnneting of Tropical Lodge, j B'rith, on Tuesday, May 8:30 p. m. at the Greater |i Jewish Federation office. tincoln Road, Miami Beach, fcusslon of programming to tote bigotry and advance [human relations will follow lii's presentation. Co-chairiJ the program are Dr. Lesm and Daniel Hoffman. Lodge President Lewis Ishein has announced that public is invited to attend i ng. PAGE 9 B Feature Added rror of Life," a series of int dramatic episodes dealfeth Jewish home life, will lard weekly on the Jewish |,.v Hour each Sunday at 3 Station WMBM, ac|g to Jacob Schachter, prodirector. The series is i by Fannie Edelson, well Jewish author. |ng Adult Dance Young Adult League of iKiini Jewish Community [ will hold a membership on Sunday, May 6, at 8:30 Dancing will be to records, Windy Kruger as disc neeting of the League will Jplace on Monday, May 7. Ithe dance and the meeting held at the center. llem Lodge Will \r M'Arthur Story mas Hagan, edior of the Daily News, and Richard tth, local attorney, will dispThe MacArthur Story" at egular meeting of Sholem B'nai B'rith, on Tucsdav, 18. at &15 p. m. at the Jan Restaurant. meeting is a project of the committee on Americancivic affairs which, is to present vital, current [to the Lodge membership. bam chairman, Sanford M. lin. will introduce the Irs and an audience particilon will follow. PresiHerome H. Weinkle will marks the first meeting lodge at its new meeting the third floor of the jidtioned Miamian ResReceives Trip To U-F Stanley Saal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, 1500 S.W 12th Avenue, a senior at Miami High School, was one of eight students chosen from the entire student. Last Meeting Set body to fly to the University of Florida in Gainesville at the inSisterhood Chesed Shel Emess vitation of the college to observe wi nold its last meeting of the the school in action. s eason Monday, May 7, at 1:30 p. m. in the Be'th El Center, according to Mrs. Morris Skop. president. Rabbi Simon April will be the guest speaker. ERICANS NEED ITAMINS THEN TRY One-A-Day (UAND) Vitamins Kckag. of genuine ONEA-D AT %  Multiple vitamin capsule* %  *t only $2.00. Take one each %  60 days, if you are not ensatisfied, return the empty W> to your druggist and he will pour money. Remember, !• ^elpkeep your energy, nervet sstion up to par. Money bade Wighted. Ask your druggist |"'n ONE-A-DAT (brand) ^ Vitamin Capsule*, made i Laboratories. Look for the I" on the blue package. DAY 'PIE VITAMIN CAPSULES, %  "% %  ~" $m •M^ Utmost in Tire Qualify ...and Service > "< W I Roya S5rfff5^^^s^ UNITED STATES More Valuable Now Than Ever Before Every day that passes sees these wonderful U. S. Royals increasing in value to their owners. To every owner they have become precious, if not priceless, deserving all the care and attention they receive. They are the tires that practically revolutionized all modern automobile ridiiig and driving. They give the genuine and original Air Ride design and construction—they are the only AIR RIDE tires in the world. For several years, the enormous public demand for these tires has taxed all possible supply. With every shipment, orders are being filled. With every order, a new and lasting friendship is established. i Wherever you live or wherever you are — if your U. S. Royal Dealer can't fill your order for new U. 5. Royal tires immediately, he can render complete, responsible service on your old tires toward keeping you in safety and comfort till your new tires arrive. BBER COMPANY Easv Budget Terms Little As SI.OO Per Week WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE 4900 N. W. 2nd Avenue More than a Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami NOR TON d'Sfc. TWO STORES MIAMI 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON' ROAD Ph. 5-5V15 Louis E. Pallot. President



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UY. MAY 4. 1951 ^JeaMSssMbti PAGE 71 ferly M. Sherman IWed U-M Student and Mrs. Louis Sherman of ji Beach and Welch, W. Va., jnce the engagement of their yu a", Beverly Mae, to Basil Beverly Sherman Etschovitz. son of Mr. and : I Etscovitz of Presquc ft ding will take place mer at Miami Beach. -elect attended Miami [h School, the Uni: Miami and West Virrsity. She is a memna Delta Tau sorority. vitz attended Presque School and now is at| University of Miami. tam Valley Back Second Showing nl back by popular demand moral re-armament shows, • Valley" and "The FarFactor," producer Howard Dds has just returned to for the opening Thursday Mi;. !" Valley" will run i:\ Saturday night, May 5, pie Forgotten Factor" will esented May 8 at the Dade ly Auditorium. lil Broadhurst, author and Jf the musical, flew back j Vancouver, B. C, for in|e rehearsals before reopen|ght. Only one change was in the original Broadway 55. The Lady Fiona Gragranddaughter of the Duke Bntrose, will replace Miss tary Pinsen't, who has been home to Birmingham, Engthe death of her mother. kets for both plays may be ked at the auditorium, 83-4689), Burdine's mezand Amidon Music Store! ral Gables. Barbara Devore, Alex David Will Wed In New York Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Devore of 2353 Pine Tree Drive, Mian4 Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Alex David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael David of New York. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High Schoc and attended the University Miami. She has been active i local affairs. She is now president of Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Your.g Women and adviser to Winx Chapter, BBG. Mr. David attended schools in New York and received his B.A. and M.A. from New York University. The couple will be married June 17 in New York where they will reside. Gerri Frisch Named Center "Theme Girl" Gerri Frisch was named Miami Jewish Community "Theme Girl" at a fashion show sponsored by the Tri Beta Council of <;,he center Sunday evening. Miss Frisch is a student at Miami Senior High School and a member of Tau Alpha Omega teen-age club of the center. Other IGerri Frisch candidates running for the title were Sybil Barnett, B. Z. B.; Marsha Cantor, G. Y. A,; Leona Leviton, A. L S.; Irma Plotkin, Hillel B. B. G.; Shirley Stein, Phi Sigma Tau. The fashion show was held in conjunction with the Women's Activities Committee of the center, which served a buffet supper earlier in the evening. Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of 'the teenage committee, was in charge of the event. Mrs. Jack Swerdlin cultural project of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The affair will honor Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman, and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, reviewer. Mrs Jack Swerdlin is chairman of the event. Assisting her are Mesdames J. Davis, A. Melnick, I Simon Kriegel, M. A. Rubinstein, \Z. I. Sabshin, Charles Goldstein, %  Felix Halzband, Maurice Klein, Peter Heller, Max Weitz, Abe Greenberg and T. Arvan. | Bi W m*& w Buy Direct From tho Factory and Factory al 1225 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami — Ph. 9-6427 SAVE HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on:SHEETS \ TOWELS .. i LINENS BEDSPREADS ... HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 61 Washington Ave. Miami Beach mnd* mi'wr TJ/i wua^ Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach a Planning Party? Party Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters Roast Turkeys Stuffed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers of Distinction For All Occasion! II NO PARTY TOO SMALL WO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top*. Beveled Mirror* and Resilvering Our Specialty L A (.. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Martin Food Products Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call Martin Food Products 10 S. E. 5th St.. Miami Phone 9-1697 Distributors of Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments Paul Martin Tillie Livingston KOSHER ZION



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PAGE 6 A + te*i*tnt>rldkui JJffiAY "Strictly Neighbors > By HELEN ALPERT CHIEF CANTOR KWARTIN: The opportunity was irresistible-—so there I was. chatting with the cantor who's become a legend ir. his own lifetime : Zebulon Kwartin. White-haired, keer.-eyed and with a beautiful si" voice, too. he had just been greeted by another admirer who proved to be Dr. Harry Needelman's father, himself a devotee of Kwartin ic fol half a century and guardian of 40 treasured Kwartin recordings. When Mr. Needelman wort off to t..!k to Moe Berick's father, ;t was my turn to reveal that 1 '•. %  raised on K vartin recordings. The day they came into our house in Newark was I i day my father bought the first victrola the neighbors had ever seen. Chazan Kwartin says his earliest recordings were shipped from Europe in 1905. In 1920. he followed them to this country with his wife and family. His first name stands for one of the 12 tribes of Israel. Now 77. he began voice-study in Vienna 53 years back. He's held only the four major posts in his life, as chief cantor in Vienna. St. Petersburg now Leningrad. Budapest. New York. In Yiddish. Der Tog ran his autobiography for nine months. It drew tremendous interest and a vast amount of nostalgic correspondence. Kwartin'? cousin Bamett Burdman. sitting in the patio with us. says Kwartin's story was more than a narration of n illustrious life: it's a valuable account of liturgical music through an era. It was arrested by Kwartin's illness two yi ars ago. His presence in Miami Beach for his health touched off. as you know. Hie worship of the younger cantors here. Still moving him profoundly is an almost tender unity among their, which was inexpressibly gratifying. His prayer to them: "May you continue in the same true and sincere "friendship" spirit, in such unity going from strength t<> strength'" PERSONALITIES: Mrs. Dorothy Serotta of Royal Palm Ave. this oast week achieved the perfect family, w th the birth of Richard. This putf little sister Carla. aged two and a half, at a happy midway between five-year-old Gerald and the new baby Sharon Leslie Wolfe celebrated a rollicking Pesach birthday on the sun terrace of the Hotel Good. Her mother, the former Ruthie Rosner, helped her decode the birthday messages Quite understandable, for Sharon -s now exactly one year old Dad is handsome Dr. Jack Wolfe. •• The good double-truck feature in the Sunday M ami Daily News on Ar.to Loeb slipped on only a couple of things. Number One: Tonv was born in Hungary, not in a tenement distr ct Number Two: it failed to mention his spotlight stuff in musical comedy. Number Three: (my own domest ; c note) is not that young Dav d Loeb is the aspirant in the tamily for Tony's career. He wants to be an artist "without in the middle." he says. English translation: with no hair on top. Just like Pop hmn-n-n EVENTS: : '•' %  cheon at the Saxony %  %  I who'll be waiting at the door will rec%  I'll be of typewriter Man i will b< hosti -at homi musii ale that for Manhattan Ruth Brotman ; up May ;; and the Saxony's King Arthur Room for her ttenni if the Mian1 \: ; | Arts League, 111 ; Ute of it one,. I've quavered through >n Public Ri lations. i ne this year lor the huge banquet B Hotel A this Satui Most i attendai to Al J %  Lord Tarli ton, a magUi til his hotel cl host to lamed Benny %  : %  ich at Brai Brndi enthusiasts JOTTINGS: .... Blondi at ihe switchboard in the Tobin and Baker offices is Jill Kaminsly. who used to run the North Beach Mirror. Her sister Judy has been hostess at Grossinger's. They're the first Texas gals I ever d d meet 'round. Dardner—from San Antomo Mrs Ida Stevens is at the Continental Lensman Harold 'Kaye breezes back from Gotham ... Ira Walsey tossed a wing-ding at his Colographic plant on N. E. 59th St. Four people tried to tel! me what sprouted the merry occasion—and I still don't know Copping gold-star certificates from the Miami Beach ChamPV w.T. era ?"? Sn a healthv lisJ Alfred A. Lesser. Max Z^lc Uat Ra,ner Em Cohen. Leonard L. Abess. JEWISH MUSIC COUNCIL: The word that Judge Kenneth Oka used in his installation acince as new i man of the Greater Miami Jewish Music ncil is the key-word to their meetings: "rewarding" There's thing excitingly "rewarding" about a lot of earnest persons teUigently awake to a need, and to Its fulfillment with techfn ffir and Pf rformance In the captivated audience in the reception-rooms of the Lear School were Mrs H David EpBeach Auxiliary Plans Installation The newlv-elected officers and members of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be installed at a brunch scheduled (Oi 11 a m. Tuesday. May 8. at ••!• Delano Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Sol Silverman will be dent. Others to be nized at the rites are Mrs. min Appel. honorary president; Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. honorary past president: Mrs. Max Greenerg and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, honorary vice presidents; Mrs. Fied Jonas. Mrs. Irving Frankel and Mrs. Jack Udell, vice presidents; Mrs. Morjris Kriegel treasurer; Mrs. Ben[jamin Kaplan, financial secretary: Mrs. Benjamin Hammer: Iman recording secretary; Mrs. A. %  A. Miller and Mrs. Morris SparI ber. corresponding secretaries; Mrs Harry Koretzky. auditor: Mrs. Moses Kricger. parliamentarian; and Mrs. Harry Danziger. Mrs. Samuel Ritter and Dr. Celia Wohl Schultz, trustees. Installation will be in charge of Mrs Louis. Glasser. president I of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations and a leader in the Community Chest and Jewish Federation campaigns. Mrs Benjamin Sherry and Miss Clara Goldberg, co-chairmen of event have arranged a pro( n which will feature conti%  1 music by (he Miami Gypsy Trio unhiding Madame Olga BiSti i n, pianist; .!> no Prager, ind Charles Magda. cellist. Mrs Irwin Weinstein Stern will render piano duets. Guest speakers will be Judge, Id B Spaet, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged of | Greatei Miami: Mauru-e Pearlexecutive director of the' Hume and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, president of the Miami Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the A. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Be njamin Appel. Table and floral arrangements will be in charge of Mrs. Jack Udell. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREItY GIVEN I I the undi ralgm


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JAY. MAY 4. 1951 ther's Day Show By Beth David | show entitled "Do You ReIber" will be presented by Children of Beth David's Sunfechool on Mother's Day, May 12:30 p. m. at the Miamian juiant. It will be directed Irs. Louis Schwartzman. eat-great grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Isadore Langer, will the life span of an im• couple. The different bds. covering three generawill be enacted by the Sunbchool children, one of whom leen Rothlan, 3-year-old It-great grandchild of the • •Jewistincrldian hers taking part in this porwill be Joan Brown, Teddy %  well, Margaret Spiegel, Myjromowitz, Frances Speclarnld Eisner, Julia Sussman, Weiss, Hanet Rosenberg, j'lotkin, Larry Parnes, AlAbromowitz, Ru'th Stiebel Sdmund Parnes. ckground music will feature by Carol Abrams and t Sterling, with piano acbamment by Mrs. Philip fans. Narration will be by Alexander Stiebel, confir!>n teacher. r of ceremonies will be Ik Heyman, while Howard |1 will offer the invocation toselle Segal will give the liction. her skit will be presented secyid grade under diof their teacher, Miss Moss. David E. Parnes is gen[chairman of the celebration. Diking with her are Mrs. nZuckerman, tickets; Mrs. Mack, arrangements; Mrs. Weiss, flowers; Mrs. Ellis ostumes; Mrs. Hyman •/. reservations, and g Sirkin and Mrs. i dstein, telephone. Beth El Women Slate Dessert Card Party A dessert luncheon and card party will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El on Thursday, May 10, at 1 p. m., according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. Hostesses for the affair will be Mrs. Sara Jacobson, Mrs. Sol Potash and Mrs. Clara Bear. Installation Slated Newly elected officers of the Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center will be installed by Leonard Kimball at the conclusion of the Mother's Day Services on Friday evening. May 11. The services will be conducted by the teen-age group of the center and entertainment will follow. Joseph Rosenfeld will be master of ceremonies. A meeting of the sisterhood is slated for Monday, May 14, at 8:15 p. m. Plans for a rummage .sale will be discussed. PAGE 5 A Mrs. IVi i's Renamed Dov President; Installation Slated For Wednesday Mrs. Hyman Pertes, who was Karger, national Mizrachi 'repelected to her third term as president of Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will be installed during ceremonies at the group's annual Mother's Day party on Wednesday May, 9, at 8 p. m., at Beth El Center. Mrs. Pertes, who has been active in civic and religious affairs since her arrival here from resenta..ive, will serve as installI ing officer. Others to be seated at the ceremonies are Mrs. Ralph Krieger, first, vice president; Mrs. Abraham Sachs, second vice president; Mrs. Louis Stillman, third vice president; Mrs. Maurice Weger, recording secretary; Mrs. Gertrude Indgen, correMassachusetts, is also president S? n 2 in sec retarv .:, Mrs Max I ,. ,,, K 'Newberger, financial secretary; of the Women s Better Gov-jMrs. Abe Rosenberg, treasurer; ernment Club of Greater Miami and a member of the Crime Commission. Under her leadership, Mrs. Allen Forbes, parliamentarian; Mrs. Lillian Muenster, chaplain; Mrs. Bessie Mallah, cothe group has grown from a chairman of affairs: Mrs. Morris handful of women to a unit of Zimmerman, Youth Aliyah chairseveral score, which last year man; Mrs. Garrison, sunshine raised more than $6,000 for'chairman. 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES projects in Israel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Norman R. Lyons will be principal speakers. Mrs. Emanuel Trustees include the Mesdames Louis Block, Israel Sackowitz. Abe Shatz, Leon Brettholz, Joseph Sobel and Sarah Sparr. s; '13GUST BROS Rvi a All Cream Cheese is instetter Succeeds ly In NCCJ Post to a recent appointment E iment service, Andrew f has resigned as Cath;nrman of the Miami Table, World Brotherhood. 1 Conference of Chrisand .lews. " and Brunstetter will be at the Miamian Restaurant mday, May 7 at 12:15 p. m. fc^ \fH7N.. SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances LEADER WIRE 25 1-9 each. Reg. 35c RJO c %  VVY DUTY KEEL Yd \T V. ROD 4 •EVER FISH HOOKS M 1 to 5—100 Reg. $2.50 St VSS ROD • SlS.M '16 l \ V HOAT R*. $12.50 a:r>o WE ALUMINUM $*95 KI.K u ox Keg. $7.95_ • LINKERS 1-oz. to 8 o. $49 _6 Lbs. 1 Lb. 31c 1 VANIZKIi MINNOW $AO0 ^KKTS. Reg. $3.50 %  Ol.KIXO CRAB TRAPS $118 VH.75 ea. M 1 BRASS IVELS Reg. 5c ..each PLUGS K 11.25 11.10 -each 95 c I.AMI'S, I "I HNEKS 11 <7 I' 1 y NKHVK-E MOTOR OIL $10 jj al Can Tax Incl £E BOX ft$10 $076 Tmm MfEtEHCE! CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... SEW HffBBX! NEW HANDIER SHAPE MORE ECONOMICAL CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Ofliee 153 N.E. 29th St. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 4 A -JewlstthrkJlan FRIDAY MUTJ EDITORIAL independent** Bonds More than 1,200,000 Jews now live in Israel. Of these, 550,000 have entered the country since the establishment of the State. 600,000 more are expected to arrive by 1953. Israel must have the capital investment necessary for the expansion of its industry, housing and agriculture, the construction of new roads and power plants, and the exploitation of natural resources, in order to keep pace with this vast immigration program. The time for expansion is NOW. If Israel gets investment capital NOW, the task of building a stable, self-sufficient nation can be carried out in a few short years. If capital investment through the Bond drive should not be forthcoming, this would take generations. And it would cost ten times as much—not only in money, but in terms of human suffering and waste. The greater the speed with which Israel achieves full subscription of the Bond Issue, the greater the speed with which she can achieve economic expansion. Buy Independence Bonds! mmrn A Fine Example A recent report from Istanbul tells that Turkish government officials ordered the closing down of two anti-Semitic publications. The action was based on the thesis that the publications were carrying on activities inimical to the welfare of the country since the ideologies they preached were contrary to the principles of the Turkish Republic. This development is an encouraging one, though we are net unmindful of the fact that it Ives the issue of the freedom of the press. At a time when anti-Semitic sheets are thriving clarmingly in Europe it is aood to witness one of Europe's neighbors showing a fine example of decency and democracy as well. For it is axA SPRING HOPE— Israel Bond Drive Off To Flying Starf P __ figures, I .. ," th Couples Ltd. Elect Lewis w. Gcrf.no was elected lent of Couples 1 td of Temple Israel at a meeting of the • • AFDC offices group this week. Imire A1 -' elected to office were Dr • ince Leslie T. Bukstel, vice presidents l : v \ ent of an Mrs. Jerome Drevfus, Secretary : >1 bond withi the words "Your D. Robert Lewis.'treasurer. iomatic that the manifestation of anti-Semitism constitutes the greatest menace to democracy. It occurs to us that Turkey's action against the anti-Semites is the first fruit of the good relations between Istanbul and Tel Aviv. No nation interested in holding the amity of Israel can afford to permit its anti-Semites to run amok. Year oi Emergencies "The Year of Emergencies" M. report of the Joint Distribution r 195 eued. describe, in dramatic hSftT rfttt. agency b a year of ££* 1950: the avalanche of "^T? ** grants from Iran and Eastern Euro* ZK be brought to Israel in a race n2? 7 ho ^ the falling off of funds avaUableC^J Jewish Appeal. ttom M But despite grave emergencies nn j setbacks, we believe ff ETflN agree that JDC in 1950 rolled up a ?T record of achievement. It ended K P* for 174,500 Jews, bringing 62Wff?l Israel. It brought food and other rp ,> •heat MjnB In Europe^ffl gave protective care to 48,000 children 1 pally orphans; provided medical b**J 80 000 each month, aided some SO.ofcl self-support and enabled 116,000 to confij education. *' In this report, JDC analyzes realisticah challenging tasks for the current yearu2 sizes that 400.000 Jews in Europe in MosllS and in Israel still look to this agency for a 4 to work, to achieve minimum standards* cency and, in many.instances, just to live 0 major tasks for 1951 include an intensive&J a decent future for the children in Moslem b continued reconstruction help to aid addfi thousands of idle men and women to prodao living and furnishing relief and medical co tens of thousands of still needy Jews in all tries of operation. When JDC writes the next chapter of its a ress report in 1951, we fervently hope that in be able to announce that these importaatj challenging needs have been me: that ouifejj Jews abroad have moved decisively forwcril the road to a better life. 1 COT i I Beach Dentist In Army A Miami Beach dentist, Dr. L. Fred Goldberg, of 6034 Indian Dr., has reported for Army duty as a 1st lieutenant i : -. the dental corps at Camp Rucker, Ala. lie has been practicing in Miami Beach since his graduation from Emory University dental school two years ago. Golda Myerson Speaks at Bond Rally on Beach Thursday Night splashed Bond With Israel" I I middle. The thr switchboards were -vamped that operator.who have a reputation for politeness. I hardly anwer urgent questi ns A lerican Jews, from the rank and file to those possessing worldas names, poured into the bond offices, seeking orders, or reporting on the spreading paign of the opening day. At the Zionist Organization of ica. committed to thi of S100.000.000 in bonds. excitement prevailed. A huge blackboard stood in the reception hall and at. noon on the opening day. a total of over S8.000.000 in sales had been posted. A Voice of America broadcast was held in the same room with Dr. Herman Sehnskv, prominent local psychiatrist, spoke on 'The Inter-Personal Aspects of -Married Life.'' May Program Set By Music, Art Unit The Miami Beach Music and Arts League has arranged a special program for the league assembly which will be for members only, announced Miss Ruth Br itman, founder and chairman. It Will be held in the Saxonv Hotel on Tuesday, May 8. at 830 p. m. Highlighting the affair will be guests such as Anto Loeb. art, ( director of Paramounfs motion typewriters and adding machines P ure animated shorts. He will adding to the din. ZOA officials dlscU:is and illustrate how these .„ .t \ cartoons are maHf. Danbaum Is Director Ben F. Danbaum has been elected director of the Licensed Beverage Industries, a national public relations organization for the wine and spirits trade. He is Miami and Jacksonville distributor for Calvert Distilleries Corp. and president of Ben Danbaum, Inc. Plan Mother's Day Fete Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will sponsor a Mothers Day celebration at Kneseth Israel Congregation on May ( 15. according to Mrs. Henry Sseitlin, president. Mrs. Seitlin and Mrs. David Friedman are co-chairmen for the Israel, bond drive for their unit. Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan is over-all chairman for the reported to the Voice of America listeners on the progress of the bond campa gn. Published every Friday since 1927 ty The Jewish Floridian at 120 N E Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. En\l !" \* 'eco"?-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879 The Jewish Floridian has absorbed Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National EditdriaiAssociation. Ameri. earn Association of English. Jewish N^w^papers^FiondaPress Association The •„V^_, Je *'! 8n i noridian dors not *uewi iiorns at the piano will cartoons are made. Another guest will be Helen Alpert. former Hearst newspaper woman, who, since coming to ElK 1 £l y ars aR0 has been called Publicity queen of hotel row She is also well-known for her column "Strictly Neighbors which appears in the Jewish Floridian. Her talk will concern public relations. An instrumental trio will be headed by Herbert Brombcrg former concert violinist. Flora {?*£?• mezzo soprano, with Kathleen Norns at the piano will r\t pniAmt XT; r SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, ___ 3.00 Two Year* _._ $5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 film producer, Charles' Previn. she has sung in Radio City. N. Y' for many years. The auditions committee is j headed by Amyuta Melicov. For further details and information, I call Ruth Brotman at 58-0756. JWV Installation | Miami Beach Post 330 of the Jewish War Veterans and its Auxiliary will hold joint installation of officers at ceremonies Volume HTUAV *. 1 ?i ,,nber 18 on ^ ^y"^y BVI-3O'T" mSS^fiyTiKi !BU 828 AW Road M — HERSKOWITZ UNVEILING Dedication of a monument to %  he memory of the late David M Herskowite will take place Sunday. May 6th. at 1:30 at Mt Nebo Cemetery w.th Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. HerskoWitz is survived bv his w f, V,, | three children, Sylvan HerskoWltz, Johnstown, Pa ., Mrs s.Hn-y R.chman and Mrflrv/ng K U r Se ", bo,h of Miami Sands Memorial is in charge of arrangements. Friends and reS Hve are asked to attend EDELSON UNVEILING The dedication of a monument t' the memory of the late Harrv Edelson formerly of 3054 N B Road Miami Beach, will tak* place Sunday, May B „ %  at Mt. Nebo Cemetery' wu n Rabbi Murray Grauer officiati !" £* Edelson is survived by h? s wife' l re l a ,iv,s,rS, d f o r d p S reK ^ (Continued from Page 1A) Savings bonds are dated as of the j 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 12 years from such date. Coupon bonds are offered in denominations of $500. $1 000 $2,500, $5,000, $10,000 and $100.-' 000. Savings bonds are offered in denominations of $50 $100 S250. $500, $1,000. $2,500, $5,000 and $10,000, Bond subscriptions are available in Miami at Bond Headquarters, 1703 Congress Building; Norman R. Lyons, 910 Olympia Building: Adelman Pipe & Steel Company, 47 N. E. 25th Street; Associated Photographers. 145 N. E. 2nd Street; Sanford Swerdnn, 543 Seybold Building: Roberts Press. 120 N. E. 6th Street; Printing Arts. 720 N. W. 21st Street; Mrs. Bernard Stevens, 300 N. W. 109th Street; Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 S. W 1 !" J Av <'iue: Mrs. H. C. Moser, 2464 S. W. 24th Terrace. In Miami Beach bond subscriptions are available at Miami % %  ','„• Cam P a 'S n Headquarters, i-4o Washington Avenue; Miami Beach Midtown office, 205 23rd Street; Saul Ashkenazi, 835 Lincoln Road; Miss Lillian G 7127 Bay D %  Tempi Sholom. 4144 i ise AwnueiFa Tours. 2315 I Wenu;j Harry G< 8028 Hiii Avenue; Zi n I Organiuua America. 235 Lincoln Road:S| mour Liebman, .i.50 Lincoln!". Ben Zion Gmsburg, 420 Lia Road; Mrs. Hvman Kaplan.4 i North Bav R i. Mrs. Afetl Straus. 4202 Nort* Me.** 'Avenue: Mrs. Harry PlataftL Royal Palm Avenue: Harry Si 1595 Washing: m Avenue: Mi Beach Jew:.-:. Center, 1701 Wa ington Avenui Mrs. Jb* Press, 911 3rd Street; MnJ Udell, 241 28th Street: A* Studio. 738 41st Street; Beach YM&WHA, 1536 Bay W LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF VASTER! IN TIIK CIRl'l'l ,: Hi KI.KVKVTH II [iH'IAI IN AND Ft >IC I -Al'K CHANCKU \ and SUll U, Strawberry Festival On Israelite Center Agenda Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will sponsor a strawberry festival and card party on Sunday. May 6. at 7 p. m. at the center, 3198 S. W. 24th Terrace. Mrs .Irving Sterling is chairv re • Mwdamei I. Goldberg. • Shenkm and Pauline Simoss. fh„ r CCCds arc earmarked for the center building fund. To Mark Mother's Day the E T n ah Chapter ,75 Order of c?al rorl ,ern Star wi, hold special eeremon.esin honor of Molhers Day on Thursday. May 10. accord^ to^Ma^^pl' 1 worthy maUon. •**! FLORIDA.—IN IW1 Mi'RRAY i. I:VINI: VINE, ro MM SAMSi'N I ::.' K %  <••* Ptaintlfi. v, W!I.'-'-^>^-R and WINIFRED M N!! NOTICE IS HEKEBTOrjOJ th undi %  %  1 K *pk ?J TER mdei Decree of V lered In thai i-ri n in the riruii %  '. : V ,,iJr* .l.i.li. ;.,: fir. ilt. h Murray l£j iv in > ""..in • No. 1397:.:'. in wh -No. 13*752, in %  '•' Ml and Ban "gj| lu-in.-' ai ;,rPlain) %  Hii.l Wlnfred M M' Def. ndanto, I • I Ch.no, s;.;il I %  • and MI-11 i* HtfJ to IM' 1.1 ^.-11 III : ... h t | ta it an.l I. Si,nth rronl dooi ol |K .„ ,, r \ iwt ..f I'a.le Counl Hnrl.li,. on b, iween tlih ; „',, ,h--i* A. If ;,n,l two %  ,;, belnira taf>l th.Ea*al l. r ..' in D* clecrll.-.l cle*ni-


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^"i MAY 4, 1951 + Je*istincrMtan PAGE 3 B ler-Granada ,r Installs Stiller was installed as of the Flagler Granada Community Center at a held at the Sea Gull fciami Beach, last SaturM He succeeds Joseph [who served as installing Irccofinized at the rites | C 1,H v Raskin, vice presiTlfred Lewis, treasurer; MH Sidney Stiller %  Savitt, financial secreIhirley Marks, correspondretary; Norman Pallot, re. secretary. [board consits of Charles Bn, Louis Esloe. Benjamin Nathan Adelman, Leo Bin. Robert Tauber, Sylvia Jack Cohen. Raymond and Ben Clein. |es Sisterhood (ts Officers Morris B. Horwitz was re. president of the Sisterrf the Coral Gables Jewish at a recent meeting of up. led to serve with Mrs. Horirere first vice president, ;o El man; second vice presMrs. Sam Goodman; re, secretary, Mrs. Sol Halcorresponding secretary, phtali Weidberg; assistant •nding secretary, Mrs. rt Gelernter; treasurer, like Baskin; financial secMrs. Sidney Richman; icntarian, Mrs. Abe Harris istorian, Mrs. Sam Beckas trustees were MesJoseph Koven, Sam SilTheodore Wayne, Herman Sylvia Greene, Harry Benj. Tupkin, Milton Wm. Pallot and Lou May 10 Designated Independence Day By Israeli Knesseth JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's Independence Day will be celebrated this year on May 10 instead of May 11, by decision of the Knesset, the Israel Parliament. The Knesset adopted an amendment to the Independence Day Law to provide that when the holiday falls on a Friday it should be advanced one day so that Sabbath eve observance should not interfere with the program of celebrations. Iad> CPA Unit Names Officers Newly elected officers of the Dade County Society of Certified Public Accountants were announced following elections held at the Miamian Restaurant last week. The following will hold office during the fiscal term 1951-52 conducting monthly forums: Robert Altemus, president; James L. Boger, vice president; Joseph Post, secretary; A. B. Wiener, treasurer; and W. J. Callahan, John Ring, W. J. Tyler, W. O. Walton, directors. The society is composed of more than 100 practicing C.P.A.'s in Dade county. Opinions of accounting procedures, information, and many new and up to the minute auditing processes are discussed. Occasionally, special meetings are held to discuss latest developments in state and federal taxes, O.P.S., excess profits, and internal revenue techniques. Glick Named To Mt. Sinai Post William Glick has been appointed Director of Public Relations and Personnel at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to Samuel Gertner, executive director. Glick took over the post as of May 1. Campaign director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for five years, Glick was acteive in the original fund-raising drive for Mount Sinai hospital held in 1948. as senior field man from 1935 untill 1940 and again before he came to Miami in 1946. APT. TO SHARE Would like to share bedroom apt. | on Byron Are., couple of short j blocks from Beach, with business or professional lady. Phone for further information 86-3696 He already is embarking on a thorough study of personnel and public relations problems in the hospital with a view to interpreting the hospital to the com>munity. Among his first major tasks will be the collection, of outstanding pledges from the original campaign. Glick is familiar with both the | operation of a hospital and the mechanics of fund rasing. He t received his training in hospital administration in 1940 at Beth Israel hospital in New York, and he was public relations director for the Eastern region of the Leo N. Levi hospital in Hot Springs. Ark. in 1943. In the field | of fund-raising, he was associated with the United Jewish Appeal Named To State Office Miss Diane Coopcrsmith, past royal matron of Flamingo Court 12, Order of the Amaranth, was named grand historian of the grand court of the State of Florida at the session held last week in St. Petersburg. Also elected to office were Philip Smoley, past royal patron, who was named grand representative to the state of Oregon, and Mrs. Malvin Englander, royal matron, grand representative to the state of Kentucky. Gables Synagogue Elects Officers Abraham J. Maloff was reelected president of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables at a meeting of the organization this week. Serving with Maloff will be Paul Goldberg, vice president; Benjamin Z. Friedman, treasurer; Phil Resnick, financial secretary. Arthur Borok was appointed temporary secretary. Board of directors includes Sam Kalmus, Sam Pearlstcin and Sam Roden. The congregation has purchased ground adjacent to its new school building at 44 Zamora and is planning to build in the near future. Maloff Named To Heart Unit Dr. David A. Nathan of Miami Beach and Dr. Herbert Eichert of Miami have been elected to the board of directors of Florida Heart Association. This will be Dr. Nathan"s second 3-year term, but the first for Dr. Eichert. SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT %  *, i r HOTELSANITARIUM f FOB KST. CONVALC5CEHCX > AND CMKWK CAStt ii* -w JO~ coinrr MIAMI FLORIDA. ^&tt JOUST BROS RV/ %  Os r><• Bf ST' SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 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FORT LAUDERDALE SPA Write for further information 500 S.W. 14th Court Phone 2-7759 IDOOM TCI through the use of BYLON TINTS The Cost is reduced more than Yi S YIAR GUARANTK *<*^JO !" DRY .WOOD'ANO SUBTERRANEAN^^ TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 &THMINATINO CO. WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other formal and Informal affairs details arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS TACK & ITLL CATERERS 24 N .W. 7th St. Off *Wml Ave. SKY LAKE CAMPS For Boys and Girls 6 to 17 Years Old 2.000 Feet High In the Blue Ridge Mountains. Sautee. Go. Fee $400 8 Weeks June 27 to August 22. 1951 Mature, College-Trained Staff. Registered Nurse and Physician In Residence Gold prospecting in mine, on o00 acre Sky LlteEitat*. canoe trios into" country rich .n Indian relics, all land and water sports!Torsebac/riding. photography, dramatics, music, arts and crafts. Private 40 acre lake. Member. American Camping Association. National Rifle Association. DIRECTORS Miami Representatives Rabbi and Mrs. Richard Singer Mrs. M. Yalman. Ph. 5-5157 216 30th Street (Miami Beach) West Palm Beach, Florida j. j Altman ph. 87-0534 Ph. West Palm Beach 3-3616



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LY 4, 1951 fJewistnerMian PAGE 5 B To Emcee Rally jjaum. Miami businessrly associated with the Enterprises, will be ['icmonies at a meml]ly sponsored by the fish Community Center May 6, at 8 p. m. at Club of the Alcazar brding to Hazel Essen, of the membership a unique affair," said n. "in that admission bcured only by bringing {member to the center. member will also renvitation." the courtesy of Roy Resident of the local [union, a band will play Icasion. Purpose of this i give an official wel] new members of the their sponsors. in Restitution larply Criticized H (JTA)—Sharp critihe conduct of the BaItate Restitution Office fa by the Bavarian Sotaocratic Party which lhat since the removal lilip Auerbach as direc| bureau, no assistance or cation payments have |e to Nazi victims. The sanded that police now ; the restitution office ed so that the office can prmal operations. [same time, the Parliaopposition moved in the lommittee for a sweep%  amentary investigation lest i'f Auerbach. Auerkow being held pending fraud charges. A stateBavarian Minister of hard Ringelmann earlier reported the results of pgation of the office by fcion Supreme Court of J and declared that Auerbeen "above reproach" helling of credit, prele of Former Persefued a statement yesteresting against the standhe implementation of the %  cation law. By Popular Demand! RETURN ENGAGEMENTS THURS.. FRI.. SAT.. MAY, 3. 4. 5 TUES., WED.. MAY 8. 9 New Dade County Auditorium 4689 NOW 2901 W. Flagler St. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE. — M. B. Phone for Reservation*—5-6651 5-4907 Ail Conditioned — Erwln and Louise Ftishnet ACE RUG CLEANERS | 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 { RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING Lazarus Unit [stall Leaders [Lazarus Chapter of BusProfessional Women of tith has set Sunday eveJjy 20, for installation of lit has been announced by It Mrs. Robert Baron. lof the banquet affair will lit s Restaurant. S'ated to (1 as president is Miss |mmons. Mrs. Tena Katz. president of Sholem 'omen's Chapter and rellected president of the I'rith Women's Council, biate as installing officer. Ethel Pont, past president [omen's State Federation, IK as general chairman of ir. Reservations may be railing Miss Pont. Judge Bernard A. Frank, left, is congratulated by Ben F. Danbaum, his campaign manager, upon the opening of campaign headguarters at 1218-20 Washington avenue, Miami Beach. The youthful municipal court judge is seeking election to the Miami Beach City Council. ih-Springs Center Sleet Officers Ut-Miami Springs Jewish ty Center will hold its lection of officers and >\ directors at : (.he meetiVt dnesday, May 9, 7 p. m., to Mrs. Ben Bloom, n of the election board. Shapiro To Narrate Life of Katznelson Harold Shapiro, narrator-of the program "Builders of Israel", will present a biographical sketch of Berl Katznelson on Sunday, May 6, at 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ. A pioneer labor leader, Katznelson became associated with a socialist Zionist movement at its inception in Russia and then came to the shores of Palestine to join a company of its pioneers. He worked as a laborer in the orange groves and was the moving spirit on behalf of the workers in Palestine, which eventually developed into the Histadruth, Israel's Federation of Labor. "Builders of Israel" is a special feature of the Yiddish ClasSPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washera-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 sical Hour of which M. Nasatir is Director and J. Birnbaum is the Social Director. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverited Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED interest on your surplus funds %  rCEJWIN CAMPS" Pert Jorvlt, N. Y. 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-i*vv%*M%"* • PAGE 10 B %  LtefttflgtfBCa FRIDAY. MAT. .apii Chaplin Bar Mitzvah The Bar M:tzvah of Anthony Lin, l n Of Mr and Mrs <• /^v ._>._ OMI\ cir •>•. %  ) LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE S Junior S ^ s president ol ,. _„_ s and friends LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE .N:: 1 ^ C ." ; N NO* :E UNDER FICTITIOUS. %  : %  %  N %  %  %  %  %  ] K A SS Attomy* for Janet S %  ORDER OF PUBLICATION .. PUBLICATION %  %  %  i on I %  • • %  .. t Court %  %  IAN : %  • • • .'• \N 1 — —— —— ^—^^^^ NOTICE BV PUBLICATION RT I >P THE v riRcnT '-" '• IN ASP F> 'H DADE NTT :.\ CHANCERY NO. : < %  RHAN stiff —Associated I Samuel Shapiro Mi B Civic I an >fficer in the Hibiscus V. ind a member f the Mshi Shrme wrier and I M IN .. !" n Sal* • •• Flanders Hotel. W 4"81 N. %  Y.rk. N— %  v Tou to serve a copy f your ai BUI of C >^ the plaintiffs ori| anRITH K N IR! KARASICK if. v trk of the 1 t on or before the oth : otherwise. • •• %  %  for Divorce I herein, will be taken :r :~ S Pff : „V" '." a r. j to t • ^ member • %  : tne E .-% %  > %  •. • m or. plain•. berei t t ren pit He::: Sb Im Men's '..' .V%  n* • v • % %  • % %  • nortda, thi, -.he .. sjrt. on or before 1 v nl .,.. ,-, He ha; served u AnU-Defa%  %  wwtao. the % %  %  a 1 asm ..-. rm for ••-. Bill ol lairman I Miani B'nai B'I th L *g; ::; inception five years ago and is rui ie F] rids Si Cha rman : r the Anti-Di1 ti n Leagut S red on nmittee I : :;• :-.-..-; advert:-..-. :,-. instrumental in drawing nj I %  £%  :• > Dl Sign Other tficei n ted tc serve Shapii toi the c rning vice pi Jules : "" •' X • %  : I -" %  rgi J "• S— Genet: :-. rtj S r finan Bam G ( r -cd against %  Dated thin :: day of April 1K1. i ["HERMAN %  of Oil lit I B] R H RICE JR %  TAUAN' PP Atl I t -. Mlai P E. B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Ourt. Dade County, pi y %  ;-: S'e*'! U • rn:-;E rvputv clerk MILTON A FRIEDMAN. %  %  %  % %  n t If f -' %  '.* Miami. Florida s i-ii-it-sa NOTICE TO CREDITORS S T11'-" "NTT JUDGES %  v •,-.:• p | jjTT IN : R< >l \' ^c OF : ..A. on and All I t Said %  %  • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that --to tngife In -> nan-.e of '•' 11 I E 1th ret .-r aa?J • •* %  'thl %  • %  •' -i-. .":. | | <-ourt of Dade County, Florida PACT. MARTIN I -" i-4-U-ll NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CHRCLTT %  ••CRT OF THE rVENTH ." : HAL 'IRCCIT IN AND F-.R DADE ^TT IN CHANCERT. N: ANN s %  • ATR ,. DAV -:.' •.,-•DAVID C.Ri .-w K. NeT.ai ....••. gtrr r >i im. Ger-h;n Miller: warden -> : "•'• ton A i* Z ol 1 F-x N. X • "' % %  %  •. %  %  • Dance Group Will Highlight Beth El Mother's Day Fete H4 f the Moi s Day i v. \ %  I ( M %  %  v %  %  .-. CERr :*"£ CF CO = =C**E D SSOLLT'ON .s ...-__ TN Ni-? *na B, Tb Author •. W t 5t!t T Of F Hall Sui at 1 %  %  I % %  ung t %  Doshay Ru:h %  %  %  R. %  Ar.d..11 er.JNF Hewer Day :o Leon J. EU. ^-uW^^^. *' ^ ME a that, wbel Ml "ling, ml. Florida Lawi Al. IPERTIE8 IN a r> %  with Its | neaa al Miami, l • •.•• in the Stnte of Florida, and whereas the stoc lth ol d s.il of i-uch corpi.rati..n • B tbs :Tth day of April. A. D. auw to b flVd in th" of the Secretary of State of th State of Florida r:t of all the *tockholders under th* provisions of said %  ter KX-. Laws of Florida. Acts of ItS Bhowinc the dissolution of *uch corporation, and the Secretarv • -• "• la satisfied that the requlreent of law have been compiled with IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto et my hand and have afflxr-l the Great Seal of th State of PI i.v at Tallahassee, the Capital. th. the 27th day of Apr.l. A D. l:i R A. GRAY. Secretary of State. [SEAL) 5 4 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTT JUDGES COURT. DADE COUNTT, FLORIDA —SCO 2QS95. RE ESTATE OF CLAIRE M. RETN' i!,r>^. sometimes known as CLAIRE M I.TNCH sometimes known as POLLT PARSON. Deceased N' .TICK \M hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition f..r Ftr.al I>tschance as Administrator of the estate of CI^AIRE M REYNOLDS. •ometiiiaea known as CLAIRE M LYNCH sometimes known aa POLLY PARSON. de^eaeJ. and that on the RNb day of May. i>ji, I will apply •o the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Jjdre of Dnde County. KV>rIda for approval of n ld final report an.! f r f:r.a: discharge a. AdmlniL^V-v .V* % %  %  • ot CI-AIRE M Rfci>OLDS sometimes known as • HIKE M LYNCH. ,->m-tirr.e, -_ v •"" %  POLLT PARSON deceased '-•Of April. l:.: EUOENB H RETNOL1 B A A *: r ---ator of Estate of me? a CLAIRE M LTNCB .-.own as POLLT PARSON, deceased. '' v R LTi >NS EU I'idg. %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION • F THE TIT VND Pi R DADE c ifNTT IN < Y. NO. MAT fendant. T MAT v k N -IF1ED n t I you axe • • • and Hie r the Clerk \ : %  : -• %  : re weeks in N a newspaFlorida. U. thU 17 \THERVAN. M C FET..K %  : • %  'la • v -.\7' CE v PUBLICATION \.. ~ CRT OT THE \ ::> %  %  %  JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. • N v\ WOR F v: NTT %  IS • H N T A ^ V ''; : ^ i BUOT.I PlainH ^ L4Ar^ R E LE K rrzf Drf -*"' %  St %  rsespMa. p •e'v* a copy — -:> R-aca. FVrvla. aa d file .,-.. '. •'-• % %  % % %  UM CWt* art o. or hefcre May otherwue saJ4 BM will be taken as ccxtfeseed by yrsm. ^Ijated thia day'of April. A.D. %  B LEATHERMAN. **- coSrM *• "^ ^ rt By SL H. RJCE JR_ u-SMi 3 Dw,t tt*LECAL MOTlc, ^-ndersl^^OriJ business und •„?••' k ^1 m,| B f* M ItlS w NOTICE LND7^7~~~J i %  MAM | -• CHARI ALL 1 • h v :' %  J~\ %  %  \ %  %  %  %  % %  plaint lafcea M DONE P.I'EP.EP • Dade rourtv j of April. E r I.KAT %  (Clrcti I %  -. I LEO BHEINER Attor• JO! 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Mrs. Kogan Heads Tamara Chapter To Svat Leaders Brandeis AJC Unit At reremonies At IllarkKlone -Mrs. Morris Kogan was elected Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz. who | president of the Brandeis ChapJ" *£-£> \ ter of the Woman's Divisi n, Women's) will be inAmerican Jewish Congress. ..! stalled at ceremonies to be held May 6. at 8 p 11 S eeting o: thi rganizati n or. Sun Mondaj SorrenBlackstone_ Hotel. M to Hotel. She si. ram honorary president Others eiecU I to office were Mrs Manuel Tanenbaum, Mrs. Jack Jan,:Mrs Samuel Berlin, vice presidents; Mrs. Ralph Spero. treasurer; Mrs. Claire Coben, financial secretary; Mrs. %  •• • jjjj Harold Snap:: dio com:? tei ncnies Mrs. Karger, national will be the principal sp< aki i and the new officers will be installed by Mi ( hi witz. loc;>; A. I, torne\. "Behind the Footlights." C^J ""''"-'"' "<="•, "Benina tne roouignis. a Sidney Finger, recording secreseries of acts will be presented Inmr. AT,... A lk. IT* T r-. tary: Mrs. Albert Hauer. corresponding secretary. The new officers will be installed at a special luncheon meeting to be held at the Sans Souci Hotel. Miami Beach, on by the Maryen Lorraine Dance S.udio which will include a piano recital by Jay Hess. 12-year-old pianist. The entire prod.. I is under the direction of Miss Lorraine, who is a member of bouci Hotel. Miami Beach. 0 n I ">rraine. wno is a memoer ot May 10. at 12:30 p. m. The oc,he Dancing Masters of America n will also mark the chapand :he Civic Ba;: *.-.• ei Other r\4f\f*f\rc t r\ Y\a mcf^llA/4 ter's first anniversary. Gables Forum Will Close May 8 First annual book Review F rum sponsored by the Coral bles Jewish Cc-r.-.: i S st rhood will be concluded on Tuesday. May B, al 8 p. m. when Rabbi : : •'•• Skoj ] esent the %  Talmud." include1 I and morI ish Cult:" the Mrs Lottei noui Mrs. A. Lows Mechlowitz Other olficers to be installed include vice presidents. Mrs Samuel Weinbaum, Mrs Sidney Margulies. Mrs. Davis Hess: recording secretary. Mrs. Max Sternstein; Treasurer. Mrs. Henry financial secretary, Miss % %  n Bogdan: corresponding secretary, Mrs William Dittman: singer. Leon Lieberman. Louis social secretary, -Mrs. Norman Pinchd. Ben Kazer. Max Frank. Stark, and chaplain. Mrs. Simon Israel siotsky. Melvin TannenP r baum. Theodore Landesman. Board of Direct thi comE!.. R iscn, Henry Hillman and ing year .' Israel Miss Edythe Ansel. •. Charles Alfred M. Mrs David Hess is chairman of tz, Louis Lev:-;. I, Schlethi evi MATZOH MEAL at its BEST! HOROWITZ-MARGARETIH MATZOH MEAL Made from fresk^ HOROWITZ|5F MATZOHS —"The MaUohwithth,!, The modern way to fish, chops, cutlets... ^ in stuffings and fxLunJj kinds. Excellent for fa, pancakes. Not too coarse, not too fa J IT'S JUST RIGHT! I B'nai B'rith Women Will Seat Officers llati in n ach B"na: %  '' %  met II take ] i Hotel, Miami Beach, on Tuesday. May 15 at 12:30 p.m. Seated at t t tin will be Mi Mill :. '.'." %  inkle, pres:ri< n1 Mi dames Ben Lebow. Sam Nu I series heard man and Charles Goldberg, vice presidents: Mrs. Maurice We n man. financial, ,ecretarv: Mrs "-• '1,n \ha l8:3 ^ Pnr Helen Sanders wording secreare SSLta •&£ k %  tary: Mrs Jack Silverman and bloch T P Av i X V C J Kno Mrs Sam Pollack corresponding S; in^JH l?n r K m !" secretaries; Mrs. Arthur Fnshi%  >... T...ng and Bill Grefe. .man. treasurer. Miss Jeanette TelWorkshop Will Present "These Small Things" for DemocA|i|ili4-;iiions Mow Being Accepted For Hiand CM* Camp Institute W I Rabbi Leon *%"* contlnued the butttut. ~"j£ Kr:r. rma n of the camp wul have a "umber of visiting 9.5984 turera, each outstanding in his • held Evenings will be devoted "Nordau Plaza" will be the .• %  s ocial Program including name of Israel's newest and big! rtant smgmg, dancing, dramatics and gest hotel, for which the corner-! camp-fire. This is planned by stone has just been laid in TelAviv Named after Max Nordau tii .... -"• ...... v life ai ; Vlinl p sea. The expansion of, %  %  *•=••** nvilli tourist facilities cm! at I I JL jg: : oooo s : %  an I Pra : Zi nism • and -Principle• Gl ..: .-. .::.'. Te dev : : B" % %  ; singing and nemg. In addition are Iec j u res, seminars a d P : ell as w,. ksbops : tea l< •• • chniques and pi ng the s %  courses which will be conducted • The Showcase of Good Food Tt GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1W WASHmGTON AVE. „„„, BEACH lcr guardian: Mrs. David Denner. Irs Sol Goldstrom and | Mrs. Harry Kaufman, honorary, -James Harold Tu:k. v. le and Seymour Satin. Ida Optner, 1 lor. On I board of directors are Jack Abbott. Dave AlTheodore Arvan. Gilbert Balkin, Meyer A. Baskin. Max Berlin. George J. Bertman. Harry Cohen. Harry Einhorn. Sy Englander and Jack Fein. Also Mesdames I. Leo Fishbein. Pansy Flaum. Morris Goldin. Sam Goldstein. Alexander Libow. Ceil Lipkin. Abraham Miller, Ben Newman. 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PAGE 12 B ••JewistifkrMkxi =7" Beach Sisterhood To Greet Delegates The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen';r will play hostess to the fifJi annual conference of the Southeast Branch Golden Agere To Hear 15-Year-Old Soprano Robert.i Werner. 15-ye.a-old this area at the statmusic consoprano, will be featured at the! vention when she was 11 and next meeting Of the Golden Age won. She has sung w.th Ceasar Friendship Club of the Miami LaMonica's band in Bayfront j Jewish Community Center on Park. Sunday. May 6, at 2:30 p. m. at A one-act playlet entitled center. "The Hat" will be presented by who is a veteran of Mrs. Marie Norton. Dancing and r ents will follow krael Su^ Th 'Israelite r the third nSS dependence of ]£\ ceremony t0 k. J/ J 4 Sunday, Mar?h ? S| accordmgtoM^jllJ man. utT1, r nan Soo 'in mi J spe. ; ki *H it] Leila Gross New May Queen Entrant Leiia Gi sa is the latest entrant in the May Queen compewhich will highlight the' I annual May dance. S 'red by the Flagler-Granada sh Commumrv Center on Mrs. Emanuel Sincr of Women's League of the United Synagogue of America on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7-9. Delegates from seven states will convene at Miami Beach for the three-day series of luncheons, banquets, parties and conMay 12 at the Casablanca Hotel. ferences. This will include a Miami Bei leadership course under the diRepresenting the Miami B rection of Mrs. Emanuel Siner, YM&WHA. the 21-year-old Miss president of National Women's Gross is a junior at the UniverLeague. sity of Miami, chairman of the Mrs. Siner. a graduate of newly organized Beach Y Young Brooklyn Law School and memAdult Planning Committee. She is bcr of the New York State Bar. a past president of a B'nai B'rilh is one of the founders of the Girls chapter and plans to become Queens County Women's Bar Asa social group worker upon gradsociation. She is the wife of Dr. uation. Emanuel Siner. president of the Other candidates are Rita Ross, medical board of Jamaica HosGloria Lichtenstein. Edith Appital. Long Island, and is the plebaum and Esther Branson mother of two children. Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach Mrs. Smer has been president attorney, will crown the queen. of the Kew Gardens chapter of who will receive a silver loving 1 lassah and president of her cup. a weekend at the Casablanca Hotel, a complete wardrobe and other valuable prizes. Music for dancing will be provided by Jose Cortez and his orchestra. Any Jewish organization wishto enter a contestant may rs. Sidney Stiller ( wn sisterhood. Be:h Is: a. I, Local Man To Attend N. Y. Planning Confab Miami h will atl fifth an' n S of the National register with M. B and Campaign ComD v calling 83-7834 • Theoloi cal Ami Unit" I Syi f America and al A m : y of I be held ;': im May '• %  • G in Ni v. v rk G ;. chi %  : th ..: %  mon i in 1 Unit Stal in th t a l 195] DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phon I-&317 — |.777 81 N. E. 6th Stret AL MEIDENBERQ, Own.Tune in ''Jewish Forum On The Air** Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb GORDON FUNERAL HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES Simon Seiden wJEliL* 8 years the na !" CORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have H one for other gratefu' familn DON 7lds.W.Vllil i ; A T enu. Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director r 7 IT'S A REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Holds up to 70 pom* of frozen foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers 1 r 7 IT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR* A separate compartment with a separate door. Never needs defmM \ And it's rt*lly big—15H square feet of shelf area! r 7 IT'S GOT ALHKO MAGNETIC oJ The new miracle doors that seal magnetically! No slamming, %  latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedsi 10.2-cubic-fpot REFRIGERATOR TiTijT COM tjfrwii" II Model NHX-10 r 7 AND IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC! Ye-the famous G-F. sealed-in refrigerating svsU ni azures you of years of expendable sarvfca and lowest operating coot. 1 ilU the finest, v.orksaviiig features. 1200 CORAL WAY utmtute Conwanf Authorized Deafer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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1 HAV !" LEGAL NOTICE *Jenist>fhriaHr>r PAGE 11 BIDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OP THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND .APE COUNTY, FI.ORIDA — 1ANCEKY, No. 140058. K.I. SIGLINQER, Plaintiff, vs. SIC I.I N(i Kit. Defendant. TO SIOLIN43BR nan Btrasser Eart, Germany re hereby notified that a mil %  plaint for Divorce has been tinst you and you are hereby to serve a copy of your to the Hill of Complaint on attorney and file the Answer in the office of the |f the Circuit Court OH or before of Hay, 19(1! otherwise, Egatlons of said Kill of Comfwill be taken as confessed you, this .". day of April, 1951. E. B. I.KATHKItMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. It Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. IE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. for Tlalntiff coin Road eh, Florida 27 5/4 JOTICE TO CREDITORS K COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l\|p FOR DADE COUNTY, UDA. — IN PROBATE, No. ESTATE OF iERT SAYETTA, eased, creditors and All Persons Is Claims or Demands Against "Estate: | and each of you, are hereby and required to present any and demands which you, or of vou, may have against the Df "HERBERT SAYETTA, delate of Dadc County, Florida, II.in. W. F. BL-ANTON, County of Pade County, and file the bis office In the County Duse in Dade County, Florida, eight calendar months from l of the find publication hereof. aims or demands to contain the Idress of the claimant and to in t" and presented as aforeIr same will be barred. April 9, AD 1951. BESSIE JACOBT, Administratrix of the Estate HERBERT SAYETTA. Ded. >li: B. I.IEKMAN for Administratrix i 5 I )TICE BY PUBLICATION E CIRCUIT COI'RT OK THE UDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— %  HANCERY, NO. 140(140. YANDBRNIET, 1'laintlff, IERTRUDE HELEN DERNIET, Defendant. ERTRUDB HELEN DERNIET, 4'ith Street |awken, New Jersey are required to serve a copy Answer to the Bill of ComIf.ir Divorce on the Plaintiffs Sy and to file the Original in the Offjce of the Clerk of rcuit Court on or before the "f May, A.D. 1951, otherwise, of Complaint for Divorce pre filed herein will be taken essed by you. in at Miami, Florida, this of April, A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Pade County, Florida Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, DeputyClerk. |and Address of Solicitor: VN R. LYONS, rmpla Building Florida ,27 5/4 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |CE is HEREBY GIVEN that erslgned, desiring to engago in under the fictitious name of Letter Service at 110 Miller Vrcade, 22:i N. E. 1st Ave., Pla., intend to register said rlth the Clerk of the Circuit uf Dade County, Florida. I P. COCHRANE WILLIAM G. CLARK ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that leraigned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of AND WAGE CONSULTING PE at 302 Roper Building, 20 Third Avenue, Miami, Florida, to register said name with lerk of the Circuit Court of TCounty, Florida. GUSTAV L. VICTOR 5/4 ATTENTION JTORNEYS! ie Jewish Floridian so rits your legal notices. appreciate your ronage and auaranaccurate service at jal rates. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OI iVM-Ti., •".-"" %  |AI CIRCUIT C()f\Tv ',l X V," K,,|: ADE 140211. CHANCERY, No, T{: A FTNNlfe E L / EvFNE De,endBnt Ion," .",'" S '""' AM '" i Lonj Island, New York? rou are required to serve ,i ennv nf on or before the II day ol May, A > ?#S5 W %2nS82 *' % %  k<-n as ,..„„., by you n*&f45tt£ %  ""' '"' %  E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, .„, "ade County, Florida (Circuit Court seal) '"""a. By w M. w. 8TOCKINB MTLTON A. F. { IED.MAN e U,y a lfc Attorney for Plaintiff, V^M-27 0l 5 1 /4 ,, dB '' M am1, Fla NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEltEKV GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t engage in VACATION^RU'^J?"" "'"* of 1 %  '' all'i.N Ml 'Ills lip -vi i v XII 885*5 'M, N W -"" StreTt to the E&fj&gr* C ourt f DaS A ,' &J& GARMENT CO., INC By NORMAN H. ROTHSTE1N __ President POKES & PRI8HMAN Attorneys 420 Lincoln Road 4/13-20-27 5/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encase in Sl* ne 52nS l l35f ""' fictitiousname of SAM THE CHINA-MAN at BS12 NAY .th Ave.. intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LESTER LA S 8 K UEI J ,A !" Attorney for Samuel J. Jaffce 4/13-20-27 5 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of YOUNG'S FRUIT SHIPPERS at 211 sunny isles Boulevard, Miami Beach 41. Fla., Intl.mi to register said name with the Clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. II. L. YOUNG ^, WILLIAM BOXER FOKES & FRISHMAN Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. I-lorida 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 register 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 OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIX>RIDA, 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 Yon. 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 theBill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, s.'3 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10 day of May. 1951, If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against \oii for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. • This notice Shall be published once each we.-k for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 10 day of April. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dadc County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) _—,,„ By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN \2i Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintif 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 nw '• ALUM-A-LOCK AWNING SHUTTER CO. (noi fne.) at Bldg. 1*18., Avenue E; 80th St. Airport. Rt. 1. BOX 181. Miami, Florida, intends to register s.ucl name with the Clerk of the I IrAWNING COMPANY a Florida corporation, owner. AMOS BENJAMIN „ Atorney for Aluminum Roll-up Awning Company, a Florida corporation I I %  %  •' tl % %  I LEGAL NOTICE IV Tm^', C E B ,y PUBLICATION I• %  ni-v 1 ,:,''" ,:|!T '"•"• THE RS' B Y52 D'CIAL CIRCUIT, mxam P( "\. DADB COUNTY 140258. ~ CHANCERY, No! R( tnkniS C .ftiS H PWntlff, vs. JOSEPH SMITH, Defendant 1 '• Josei.h Smith 30.6 J5th Street YOI AUK HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy pi your answer ,,, the bill of complalnl in the above cause M,I n! or 2S on ""• Pla'ntlfrs attorneys, ih r\ i %  ". "! lul, V l ln the Office of the lerk ol the Clrcull C t. on or before May ,, i;,.-,,, otherwise said .;,"!:;'.''v' ( : u '. w m '**• Dated, this 13tli day of April, I9S1 ,,E B. LEATHERMAN, li ik of Circuit Court, n ^I'ade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. MYERS, I.E.MAN KAPLA& C e, k Attorneys for Plaintiff ;0 Si-ybold Building Miami 32, Florida 4/20-27 5/4-11 IVT Ji?J ,CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C1RCFIT COURT OF THE jJT'1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Hit DADE COUNTY. FLORIDAIn Chancery. No. 140551. EVELYN WARD, Plaintiff, vs. T i A l J,> A l! ". Defendant. i i-'i A }''\} S : ARD defendant 6S-0.. Springfield Blvd. v;Vi'i< l V,,!' 0, ," r Isll ">''. New York no, A 3 H HEREBY notified that a Kill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and vou are required to serve a copy of vour Answer to said Bill on the Plaintiff's attorney. NORMAN R. LYONS, inn Oympia Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Miami, Hade County, Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May, 1951, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 24 day of April, ItBl at .Miami, Had,County, Florida. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, ,r., „ Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. FEIOE, l/M I/4.U-U "" ,; ly aerk NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF l"l IIRH >A IN AND Fl 'I: D \D1-: COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1 10550. MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant. TO: SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant 79 GLENWOOD AVENUE P. I Nil HA Ml 'TON. NEW YORK YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, 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. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of April, 1951. E.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 THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140396. HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, rs. PHILIP TUMAN, Defendant. To: Philip Tuman C O John Tuman. 670 West End Avenue. New York City, N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce lias been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading thereto on the plaintiffs attorney, HERBERT E. KAUFMAN, 1629 duPonl Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of May, 1951. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridian. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1Mb day of April. 1951. I? II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. HERBERT E KAUFMAN Attorney for Plaintiff ^ 20-27 5/4-11 EITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI **• ^LA. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Till': CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 14 ,,, LOUIS GREENBERO, Plaintiff, vs. CLARA L GREENBEBG, l tefendant. To: CLARA L. GREENBERO, 1901 Ocean Ave.. Brooklyn, New York. you are required to serve %  copy ir answer to the Bill ol plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office "f the Clerk pi the Clrcull Court on or before the .i,,\ of May. A D. I9B1 i otherwise, the Bill "f Complaint for Dl heretofon filed herein, "ill be taken .is confessed by you, I lated tl M ami, Florida, this the :, ii., \ of April, 1951, B. B. LEATHERMAN, ci.-rk of the Cln ill Court, Dade Count]. Pk I (Clrcull Court Seal) .„._ By; WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 4/13-20-27 6/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Malvern Motel at 1747.". Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAMUEL J. KAUFMAN SOPHIE G. KAUFMAN Co-Partners MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants I 27 :./4-ll-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 140549. HAROLD W. WORSNOP, Plaintiff, VS. RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP. i tefendant. TO: RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP :::.:. Chestnut street Kearny, New Jersey YOU are required to serve a copv of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the Original Answer in I be of flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24 day of May, A.D. 1951. otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken .is confessed bv you, DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21 day of April. A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney: MURRAY GOODMAN 910-12 Olympia Building Miami. Florida 4/27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140117. LOUIS KAIIR. Plaintiff, vs. NAOMI KAHR. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: NAo.MI KAHR 685 East lHUh Street Bronx .Y|, New York You, Naomi Ktthr, are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has boon filed agalnsl 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, ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or e the 9 day of May. 1951, if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive wteks in The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9 day of April. A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Cou::ty, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKNG, Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN 823 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/13-20-27 5/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140476. LAURA FOI/SER. Plaintiff, vJOSEPH J. FOLGER, Defendant. To: JOSEPH ... FOLGER, Residence unknown Mailing address: c o: General Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey. You are required to serve a copy ol 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 com! on or before the 21 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 20 dav of April. 1951. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Bv: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy CUrk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, I02S s. vbold Bldg, Miami, Florida. 4 27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i.'V THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140308. JOSEPH KUTCHER. Plaintiff, vs. SARAH KUTCHER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH KUTCHER c/o Sonny Lewis Ml Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn, New York You, SARAH KUTCHER, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to servo a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., • %  : Seybold Building, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bfeoie the 10 day of Mac, 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 be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish i li irldlan. DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, ibis 16 day of April, A.D. E. R. l.u I [-HERMAN, Clei circuit court. Dads County, Florida. (Circuit Court Si al) Bj M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff .-: %  :'. Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 4/20-27 5/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciiicyiT IN AND Hill DADE COUSWY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No 139910. MICHAEL I.EWIN and MARGUERITE LEWIN, his wife, PI tin tiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, bis wife MARK V H WAD8WORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., individually and as Trustee, Defendants TO: HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also knowi as BELLE BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK \\ D. WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., Individually and as Trusties, and If an3 of the above named defendants be deceased, then the unknown spouses, heirs, devise* s, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees, and ,11 other parties claiming interests, by, throuirh. under or nirainst th* said HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE! BERNSTEIN, also Knoun as BELLA BERNSTEIN. his wife. MARK V. D WADSWORTH mil EUGENE ZIEGLBR JR., in and to the property hereinafter described, and all unknown spouses, heirs devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors. creditors, trustees anil parties claiming Interests in said property, bv. through, under or against HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D. WAI-swoRTH and EUGENE ZIBGLER JR., individually and as trustee; and all unknown parties having or claiming to have arty right, title, or interest, in and to the following described property situate ln Dade County, Florida: Lot 5, in Block 5, of CORAL NOOK according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 8. at Page 115, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida YoU, the above named and designated Defendants, both known and unknown, are hereby notified that the. Plaintiff has filed his Bill of Complaint against you, and each of you as Defendants in the above styled cause ln the Circuit Court In and for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Hade County, Florida, to quiet and establish the title of the Plaintiff in and to the above described lands and to remove Celts Clouds upon tile title of the Plaintiff thereto, and for such other rellel as will more fully appear from the Bill of Complaint filed herein, and you anrequired to serve a copy ol your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff torney, Samuel Rubin, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Curt on or before the 17th day of May, A. D 1951. If vou fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill Of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida this 17 day of April, A D 1951. 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 OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 23SS9. RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT GRAUSO, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the estate of Robert Orauso. deceased; and that on the 21st dav of May, 1951, will apnlv to the Honorable w. p. BLANTON. Countv Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of ROBERT GRAUSO, deceased. This 17th day of April. 1951 JOSEPH W. MALBK Ancillary Administrator. KAPLAN. DIET/. \LASKY Attorneys for Joseph w. ualek Ancillary Administrator Estate of Robert C.rauso, Deceased 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 ot SUNSHINE MARKET at 402 N. W 6th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „_ HELEN POLAND SOL POLAND JOSEPH PAR Do Attorney for Owners 914 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24036. In Re: ESTATE OP JACOB BEL8KY, i K eased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands A Said Estate: You. and each of you, are herehy notifled and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of JACOB BELSKY. dor, %  late Of Miami Beach, Dade r ,. to the lion W. V. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the Countv Courthouse In Dad.Com' Florida, Ithln elghl calendar n from the date of the first publii Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the i and to isworn to I I ii as aforesaid, or same will „. barred Bee Section 120 of the Probate Act, i April >, AD. 1951. SOLOMON CRAMER Administrator D Bonls N the Estate of Jacob Belsky, Deosasi d. PALLOT, SILVER, TATIIAM, ABDO A MULLOY Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Belsky, deceased. 4/6-13-20-27


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