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The Jewish Floridian ( May 11, 1951 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 24—NUMBER 19 >li I to ml Sales ller< !ar I, Dr. Goodman Reports Miami sales of Israel man, chairman of the Greater bed the $300,000 mark Miami Committee for Bonds of lime, Dr. Morris GoodIsrael Government, reported. The total was expected to pass that figure by the conclusion of the Golda Myerson rally scheduled for Thursday night. Dr. Goodman called the results to date in the local phase of a nationwide $500,000,000 campaign "gratifying and most enconiuuing." Final plans for Mrs. Myers an's reception included a welcoming delegation headed by ten Greater Miami mayors and civic and religious leaders from West Palm Beach. Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Key West. Acceleration of bond sales following the rally was predicted by Dr. Goodman, who pointed out that the committee's organization was almost complete ;.nd that the number of volunteer workers now could keep pace with the applicants for bond purchases. Additional information on the campaign and the types of bonds may be obtained at the Greater Miami headquarters, 1703 Congress Building, or at Miami Beach headquarters, 1245 Washington ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS -__-*' Remove Syrian Threat, Sharett Urges UN TEL AVIV, (WNS)—Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett, Acting Premier of Israel during David Ben Gurion's absence from the country, has told UN truce supervisors that Israel had no other alternative but to defend itself against the Syrian aggressors and that his country would issue a Robert Nathan, Leading Economist, To Speak Here For Bond Campaign Robert R. Nathan, top-ranking economist, former deputy director of the U. S. Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, director of the Economic Department of the Jewish Agency and a member of the board of governors of the State of Israel Bond Issue, will be in Greater Miami, tentatively on May 24 on behalf of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue being floated in this country. Besides being a leading economist and an outstanding authority on the economic opportunities cease fire order the moment there ard problems of Israel, Nathan is is a Syrian compliance with a UN order to withdraw its troops from Israeli territory in the de-nilitarized zone. Mr. Sharett made his country's position clear in reply to a letter an eminent writer. In the book •'Palestine: Problem and Promise," which he co-authored with Oscar Gass and Daniel Crearr.er, Nathan prodicted that Israel would be able to absorb a tremendous influx of immigrants Acting UN ChRi of Staff, request-! without detrimental effect on its Acting UN Chief of taff. requesti economic structure, ing an immediate cease fire order. Persons less in f olTned than Na The Acting Premier further than consic iered his estimates pointed out hat the cease fire i f o0 lhardv, but the large-scale imagr V < i m 1 ent u f ast Fnday ha ^ onl >' migration of the past few years, enabled the Syrians to build up which has seen the population of added forces for another attack. Israel rise from 600,000 to more Simultaneously. Mr. Sharett told I than a million, has borne out the Morris Goodman [ David Congregation has ay offers for the sale of lilding since its new re was erected at 2625 Brd ave., but Rabbi Max its officers, and memit that they could only Ksh stidueation Bureau Aequires teth David I a I mud Torah old Beth David Talmud Torah building at 135 N. W. 3rd andmark in Miami Jewish history, is now changing han'T,. Bract has just been signed conveying the property to the lot Jewish Education of Greater Miami, to take effect in program was to make any progress, Schwartzman explained When the old Beth David site became available a committee of the bureau, headed by Harry Simonhoff, presented the need of this building for the bureau to the planning committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Approval of the project was obtained, and permission to raise the necessary funds was voted by the Federation's executive committee. With the consent of the Federation, two other Jewish community organizations have agreed to rent quarters at the new bureau building, the Miami chapter of the Council for Jewish Women, and the Jewish Vocational Service. A committee of the bureau has been organized to raise the linited funds needed to close the purchase and to renovate the building, A quiet campaign will soon he conducted by this committee. which includes Simonhoff. chairman, Louis Heiman. Matilda H. Ratner, Israel Shapoff, Benjamin Mevers, Max Meisel, Seymour Leibrr.an, and Joseph Dur.tov. Anti-Mask Law Hits Ku Kluxers A new law, effective August 1, was signed by Gov. Fuller Warden Tuesday to outlaw the wearing of masks or the burning of crosses in public places or on private property. Aimed specifically at-the Ku Klux Klan, that group is never mentioned by name. The law prohibits the wearing of masks by any person over 16 years old in public or on private property of another without permission of the owner. It aiso prohibits exhibits designed to inspire fear in another person The wearing of holiday, festival, safety and theatrical masks is exempt. Penalties up to $a00 in fines or 90 days in iail. or botn, are provided for offenders. To VteHKibbutz NEW YORK, (JTA)-Mrs. William O. Douglas, wife of the Supreme Court Justice and her daughter, will visit Israel and stay in a kibbutz this summer the New York Post reported this week. a press conference that the situation had become "seriously aggravated" as a result of Syria's bold belligerency. In the meantime fighting continues along the Israel-Syrian frontier. Israel's forces have thrown back a number of assaults, but the enemy was reported massing more forces. While most of the fighting was on the ground, the Syrians sent up two planes over the area in wnat was considered a reconnaisance flight. Israel Warships To Visit Here Two warships of the Israel Navy, flying the blue and white flag of King David across the Atlantic for the first time in history will make a goodwill visit to Greater Miami in mid-June in conjunction with the nation-wide launching in this country of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. The flotilla is composed of a frigate, "Misgav," (Secure Haven) and a corvette. "Haganah." (Defense). Both ships are under the command of 30-year-old Commander Shlomo Erel, who served with the United States Maritime Fleet both in the Battle of the accuracy of his predictions. A native of Ohio, Nathan holds graduate degrees in law and economics from the University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown university. At 25, he joined the U. S. Intervenes In Israeli-Syrian Clash WASHINGTON, (WNS) — A statement that it was taking definite measures toward ending the Israel-Syrian conflict was issued here by the State Department. The declaration was made following a visit to the Department by Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban, who requested U. S. government intervention. The State Department said it had sent communiques to American diplomatic missions in Israel and Syria and that it had been in touch with Great Britain and France. The Department of State also proposed that the Security Council take immediate action toward ending the struggle. United States Department of Commerce as an economist and rapidly rose to become the chief of the National Income Division. In 1940. Nathan joined the National Defense Advisory Commission as assistant director of research and statistics in charge of military and civilian requirements. Shortly after the United States declared war on Japan and Germany, Nathan became chairma of the Planning Committee of the War Production Board, but in April, 1943, he resigned to enter the fight as a private in the U S. Army. When the fighting was over, he returned to Washington to serve as Deputy Director of the Office of War Mobilization, resigning in December, 1945, to return to priSkit To Highlight Federation Meet Harry Simonhoff their old building, perled with past spiritual acSes. to an organization that esented the continuity of objectives. Hence, the sale He Bureau of Jewish Edun, was made at some loss l>e congregation itself, synale oficials said. Bureau of Jewish Educator the past two years has {confined to four smallxooms |e Congress building. Its prohas been hampered by lack r^ace, Louis Schwartzman %  u director said. The central h library with its 2500 voll in Yiddish, Hebrew and (bh has been stalemated by of reading room space and of shelf space. At frequent Vals when the bureau pubit many bulletins, actual Mice into the bureau offices ne a problem. More space for (bureau was demanded if its A dramatization of the history of the Greater Miami Jewish FedAlantic and in the Battle of the eration will highlight the thirPacific in World War II. The | teenth annual meeting of the orships are manned by 191 officers ganization to be held at the Bisand men, all of them veterans of I ca yne Room of-.the Columbus HoRobert Nathan vate practice as a consulting economist, his current occupation. In addition to Palestine: Problem and Promise," Nathan has written a book on wartime economy, "Mobilizing for Abundance," and he has contributed to many economic and legal publications. Israel's War of Independence in 1948. and most of them survivors of Nazi concentration camps. Members of the crew emigrated to Israel from 24 different countries. The warships were welcomed in New York by a delegation headed by Charles Horowitz, tel on Wednesday, May 16. at 8:15 p. m., William D. Singer, president, has announced. The original skit, written by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe Boxerman, will follow dinner. Spotlighting the achievements of the central Jewish organization since it was founded, the playlet Deputy Mayor of New York, Isj W JU feature seven men who have rael Consul General in New York, headed the group during this peand Henry Morgenthau, Jr., riod. They include Stanley C. chairman of the Board of GoverMyers, Benjamin E. Bronston, nors of the American Financial j gam Blank, Monte Selig, Max and Development Corporation for Orovitz, Jacob Sher and Singer. Israel which is directing the sale This will be the first time that all of State of Israel Bonds in this have taken part in a presentation country. In many respects the "Misgav" of this type. Reports will be given by "Haganah" are unlike any George Chertkof, chairman of the naval ships afloat. Originally dis\ budget committee; Joseph M carded by large naval powerS\ the I Rose, treasurer; Israel warships were salvaged from scrap, rebuilt from the water up and outfitted. Prior to Israel's declaration of independence, the ships were used to 'smuggle so-called "illegal" immigrants into Palestine. They successfully ran the British blockade, and then with the proclamation of independence were ratified for naval use and ordered to steam out and engage enemy warships approaching to shell Tel Aviv. They were credited with the destruction of an enemy flagship in the Naval Battle of Gaza. Friedland, campaign chairman. Dan B. Ruskin has been nominated for presidency to succeed Singer, who has been named for honorary presidency of the organization. Others nominated for office are Jack Ablin, Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam Friedland, Sidney Lefcourt, Carl Weinkle. vice presidents; Mrs. Louis Glasser, secretary; Howard Kane, treasurer; Sam Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Samuel Katz, Marcie Liberman, Mrs. Ben Meyers, I. L. Mintzer, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz, Joseph M. (Continued on Page 4A) Ben Gurion Confers With U, S. Officials WASHINGTON, (WNS) — Israeli Premier David Ben Gurion who was received by President Truman at a luncheon at the Blair House, is slated for a number of conferences with high government officials, including one with President Truman. People who attended the luncheon said the President displayed keen interest in what is going on in Israel. Mr. Truman also proposed a toast to Israeli President Chaim Weizmann, whom he considers a personal friend and one of the world's great statesmen. The atmosphere at the luncheon was one of cordiality, and friendship. Mr. Ben Gurion was said to have been highly impressed by the reception at the Blair House. The Israeli Premier conferred with Secretary of Defense George C. Marshall. Aftr the 45-minute parley Mr. Ben Gurion told newsmen that the talks centered about the maintenance of peace in the Middle East and matters of mutual interest to the United States and Israel. He and Israel Ambassador Abba E. Eban also met with W. Averill Harriman, special assistant to the President, but the nature of the talks was hot divulged. Mr. Harriman said he utilized the conference to inquire about conditions in the Middle East.



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PAGE 2 A +Jmist: ncr*Mair FRIDAY. I'll Say... %  unti U had in\ Israel T H overwhelminj • %  :. Miami Bt...':. I %  to • .' the Jewis .. Fund, i worsl ip thai I ts to 1 %  life ol • A survi S '• %  t. at this 1 (ul. Moslem Baclcwardism At the I ••-' %  .: • : tiqual The illiteral %  till med t paths. T :.• ai rel tricity • : n the K Keren Keyemeth In 1901. the |uire land l : '. lag • I %  •oil: (3) to plant trees I 4 t • se its I rent not Its Humble Beginnings ". • Monej • l tanctions ck* • p to that 1 isi ed only nties Has the JNF Become a Sacred Cow' By HARRY SIMONHOFF a K. e gnjfie.nl Accomplishments • | the "i JNF the of the J „ ,a 1S0 n d'etre. U fNF \ -•;•*-; ther agency t rurtt ry G • foundation a State. But with rmatioi tuation has Gorerr.menlal Function JNF | Today 1 tor the ] ( land: the Israeli govern 5 suff It is not in I • %  • sell flags : • Jewish Natior.al Fund. Ger.t "ted t hat to the Governments i^ the JNr is no agency of tl .„ 'wJ Furtl .'.more, such a t„ g*t ^ land productive is the fir • l ge 0 >n. Theinsl '/<; al *ithj tor the ei tire population is no T t l r Wj nl Planting of trees in • .." "' ^ i^Z meritorious er.ogh Yet tl • Uni • %  nted wh ^hil luring h • bm^a mplishmenta .... "* %  ] med efforts of a v '£'* %  its income from charity •• UJA Campaigrs The energies expendable in JNF CO II put t : ett i use. Obviously. I uildine un^fS State has outgrown tl. :.;,'( mitting 750.000 pem UK3M Medinas Israel has led its Armed force, including n 'Marshall Plan' May Pave Way For %  Vihl-I ;i-i Peace. Illaii*ieiii Says • %  : ... States .... %  ... ... > that 1 %  %  to %  .... %  v Easl il I • %  %  %  %  %  SoliaiVr \jnin l a sari a Prexv Schal Youi Zionist 3 I I i %  %  %  %  | G •: vice lenl treasu E i Sa%  IT. at 9 i J Silver Reappointed • %  % %  i %  %  : t. A %  %  Miamian Receives Purple Heart Award WITH HALF C : OUTLINES M T: .. 22 M Hi Street. I K Infanl nd is I in J A veteran of v. •; in Miai for tw el service in 1 I I 1950. '-" repi 'Si* bent >n revenge for thi -W-'m^T •: from infidels In nimiWT*' can bo no let up. Worl I Jewry ust co-t'nv.. vide S200.000.000 ar.nuaUj VJA CITMB The Bor.d Drive But a greatei task Bond Dm, d half billion dollars is a n ,' v V JJJ Jewry can ill afford to evade. No one "hasT2 understarding of the necessiu r creatinjii industrial economy in a n ,; ; c *.vjjj resources. Factories, shops. : "'imifcS be set up to employ the Olim. ; : .K..ng m S ? hind Ihe Iron Curtain, or fU :i lands< %  by the midnight of Islam tig trj JN'F J3 not bring econoi; Israeli industries. Only large sun..will suffice. The JNF clarion cry was: Ri I t.-.eiaadtfM for the people of Israel. This n acoasS The present battle cry is Pi industry iaS for Israel. To this task ir.ei en, and cffl must de vote th eir lull cap Mother's Day Programs .>. Fund as %  on Jaj Schachl to 4 p I Si %  Slated to i -'• ; %  %  I D| • j ... Station WFEC Tfereth Israel Men To Hold Mother's Day Picnic Men's Club of Tfereth I \ rl %  D 3 Ma) %  : C iii man of the affaii '.'.'.;. T ra 11 Kiddie Party Scheduled t S I Grou • %  Mill %  12. at 9 Rachhi 1; TWENTY-THIRD SEASON I9SC-J9SI UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY 0RCHES1M MODESTE ALLOO. Conductor Sm, £•., May 13, 1:30 p.m., Miami leach Municipal Atetaria Mon. Eve., Hay 14th, 8:30 p.m., Miami Senior High StW Leonard Rose S,m,*,-, It. 4 TICHIIKOWSKT. Cticirit Itt Cil't Si5 SHINS Single Tickets SI.M. SI.80. $2.10, $2.40, $3.00 at Miami Beach Auditorium V DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED v i Di PAPriMI R F.LU V£ IN PP.ivA'E HO'.' SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT '-• *V(. P.. a.liCT Jewish Funeral Services* V lithfully, we have serve I Je\ fan many years. Reverently, — Ige and und we conduct each funeral in us tradil Surrounded by an at:v funeral coi ::l our COULTON BROS. GARAGE BMI : %  : complete funeral particular. PI .i %  i S W • • i SI taste ROKEACH BORSCHT Oistnbutod By Palm Oittnoutor*. inc. — 14 N.E. 2*tn fit. Ml ,^^ !" non Memorial Chafi TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIO Miami m West Flagler&: 20th Avc.-Pl^ 9 -"" Miami Btach 5 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone W"' 24-HOUR AMBULANCE ^\^ EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Direclor ABE EISE> ^ | IN NEW YORK: 76th Strccl anJ ^^ ^ ||j BROOKLYN BRONX i



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PAGE 3 A %  rVTIUT IS SO REMARKABLE, you ask, about a I W father helping his son plant a seedling tree? This is what is remarkable: it is happening in Israel — today, on Israel's third anniversary of [Statehood. And the odds were —overwhelmingly |— that it could never happen at all. The odds were that the father would die Lin Europe as six million other Jews died under Hitler. Yet he got through to the [new, shining land. The odds were that the desert soil of Israel could not be made to [flourish. But the father, and tens of thousands like Mm, brought more to the task than hoes and harrows. • • Now you sec the roots going down. Not just the roots of the seedling... human roots, too. The tree, the boy and Israel will all grow together. And along with them will grow and flourish the world's most precious way of life democracy. In just three years you have helped transplant 500,000 homeless refugees to Israel, have given them the chance to begin a new and hopeful life. But the work is only half done. Your help-through the United Jewish Appeal is needed still to bring 200,000 more this year, to reclaim land, plant forests, build settlements and homes so that these newcomers, too, can sink firm roots in Israel's soil. Give now, while there is time. I • \Jrated Jewish ^peal Cash-Your Birthday Gift to Israel Let Israel's Third Birthday be the occasion for a birthday gift-a birthday gift that you can give today. You can give it by paying your pledge —the pledge you made to our community campaign on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Pay your pledge today -and thereby give the UJA the cash it must have for great events like the one shown here. Today, more than ever before, cash means life. Cash today for UJA means that Jews who are now in lands of darkness will celebrate Israel's fourth birthday-in Israel. Greater Miami Jewish Federation 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida B behalf of Joint Distribution Committee • United Palestine Appeal • United Sertice for New Americans re salute the State of Israel on the Third Anniversary of its Independence



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PAGE 4 A JPH isr tkrkKar J2PAY.MAY' EDITORIAL Time tor Sober Rejoicing This is a time for celebration and for rededication. The State of Israel—proclaimed three years ago, on the fifth day of the Hebrew month of Iyar—is entering Year IV cf its independence. Throughout the world, freedom-loving people— and we Jews especially—are marking this joyous occasion. But unlike Chanuka or Purim, the anniversary of the Jewish state's founding cannot be commemorated merely with song and dance. The sober facts speak for themselves: As Israel completes its third year and enters its fourth, scores of thousands of homeless Jews in Moslem countries, behind the Iron Curtain and in other areas of tension and distress wait for the United Jewish Appeal to move them to the Jewish state. Thousands of immigrants c:e today living in makeshift camps along the Israeli coast, waiting for the opportunity to work again and beccme productive citizens of "democracy's outpost in the Middle Ecst." They wait—on American Jewry and the United Jewish Appeal. Huge sums of money are required by the UJA to provide food, medicines, clothing, homes and jobs for Israels newcomers. Before the end of July, 20,000 housing units must be built for the flood-tide of immigrants being moved to Israel. Before July 31, recordbreaking numbers of Jews must be transferred to Israel—as the threat remains that emigration bars will be let down to trap thousands of Jews seeking freedom end democracy. The government and the people of Israel have demonstrated time and again during the last three years that nothing will alter their attention of keeping the gates of Israel open to all homeless Jews. All of us rr.al-re take pride in the achievements le possible in Israel through our support of Gradual ion Exorcises for llbrcw S-liool SfhcMtnled for Mav 'Z'.\ tfici B %  E N> 'AtAl MUST BE USED l to PREVENT THE RESURGENCE OF GERMAN FASCISM AND MILITARISMTAKE HEED! \V the United Jewish Appeal. But the task is not finished. Not until the homeless have been brought home and the uprooted resettled can we celebrate Israel's birthdays solely with song and dance. Meanwhile, let us redouble our support of the campaign in this community on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal—on behalf of everything that must be done in Israel during Year IV of its independence. Woman ot BUUnciUu In a spirit of rededication. Miamian, ing the third anniversary of I sraeli j. *" with a mass rally at the Miami Beach?" Auditorium. Guest of honor and princi ^ er is Israel's dynamic Minister of LaC' Myerson, who is speaking i n behalf ? S500.000.000 Independence B^nd Drive Few women have reached such a posh; international fame as the popular Wi* woman. Farm worker, author, diploma live, government leader, school teacher and crusader for peace and freedom Gol erson has become one cf Israel's most A and forceful spokesmen. Her top-ranking position in the Israeli culminates a lifetime of service in the movement. She left her school teachino Milwaukee to settle in in kibbutz in 1921. Her rise from poultry farmer to official is a phenomenal one. Three ye her arrival in the Middle Eastern couoh^ joined the Histadruth's building and conHmt cooperative. In 1930 she became directoM Aviron, Ltd.. the embryo of the Israeli Air Fm organized 20 years ago by the Histadruth, Shaft after, she was named the only woman of thefii member secretariat of Histadruth. In 1946, she headed the political sectac Jerusalem of the Jewish Agency. When the heu of the agency were imprisoned by the Mand* Powers, she took over. After the establ of the Jewish state, Prime Minister Ben appointed her first ambassador to Russia, her return from Moscow, she was given her ent cabinet post. Miami is proud to play host to such a dstl guished visitor. To one of Israeli's first titan we offer a rousing shalom. %  Centor Schedules Family Dinner the M I I Federation Meet : l A) R -• •'." nti SeSl :. s %  J.u-k A. it. | \ %  i %  M %  *Jeist ikrirfrjr P^blnhed every Fr j a/ 5 nee 1927 oy The Jew sh Florid, an at 120 N E S Kth st-et. Miami 18. Florida. En.' .V.V 3 '* econd-clai matter j.ly 4, 1930. at the Pott Offiea of Miami. Fla under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewnh Fior.dian hat absorbed the Jewish Unrty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Artt Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service National Editdnal Aitociation. Ameri.' can Aitociation of English. Jewish N-wioaoert. Florida Press Association i'ne Jewish I" n0 I ntee the Kajhrutb of the merc handise '.umna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 13.30 Two Years $5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Ed tor and Put: shtr LOUIS ARONOVITZ : %  %  : Scott : I inI A Hi r Ft el n.B nnil 'i'jldberg. Among the adults Mr. Irving Firtel and Mrs. George Goldbi %  .... : OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 er 19 FRIDAY. MAY 11. 1951 %  Pioneer Women Plan Mother's Day Fete N Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN 'Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Thi Sen teg who fin I al o.-| ti-Semitic. It which lo label J< v. ish deft i subn This .: by Cai mists is the ti-Semit %  Sen. JOSH McCarl ...\r. loQtel Coi Upton Close, a radio commentator whose record hss beat publicized by the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. recall attacked the ADL for accusing him of anti-Semitism. Close all the ADL's action cost him a number of radio cutlets Heidi that "Howard Fast and the Hollywood Communists began *l smear campaign" against him and tre ADL wis following throtjU by continuing the same "line." Republican Sen tor McCaithy.sl a letter to Close, indicated agreement, saying. A favorite ssm | of course, is to claim that a man is anti-Sen : MCCARTHY ON ANTI-SEMITISM I when • 'I .' •' ADL % % % % %  %  lit'.' I The McCarthy Uttef was written after a syndicated wM by this reporter disclosed that McCarthy inserted Case's pPM gar.dd. unfriendly to Jews, in the Congressici-.:*: Recoid. ?"jj Rabinowitz, a co-chairman of the Federated Jewish Chat:W | Sheboygan. Wis.. wrote McCarthy in protest. R = binowiii *r "We in Wisconsin are shocked et this new association of Y ou Tj %  lemember that you are one willing to label one a Communal^ 'association'." McCarthy replied that he thought a lot ij Jewish race as a whole" and indicated that he might Close's stuff from the Congressional Record. THE SENATOR WRITES AGAIN It was then that McCarthy turned around and wr 'r^5| : tl %  to Clo icplained to Cl • ::e P nn to get mixi I up in any anti-Semitic charges against you or *. else, regardless of how unjustified those chai ght .. MB Carthy told Close that the latter's alleged anti-Semusm itely not the reason" for the removal of the material iron" Congressional Record. ^H The linkage of hate-mongers with politi. ians nas pro_r. Judge Meier Steinbrink. national chairman of the ADL l ~2j,i a Kefauver-type investigation of the "political ur.denvoria the professional hate-mongers, who have I ,dl ."S.. i can people, meet and work secretly wil : "? uta "'*„*> Steinbrink said that thev "helped to plot the l*"*,^ v against Mrs. Anna Rosenberg" and must be exp**;*" as the Kefauver Committee revealed how cl na rk with "reputable" officiala BIGOTRY IS LOSING POLITICS" .„. .bid Steinbrink has also named McCarthyism as a I aero fj[ relps the spread of intolerance. He said that tho-t ^ ulterior political purposes hurl blanket charges of torn „ ~r\,\ ffU



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)AY. MAY 11. 1951 +JeistFk>rkii&r> PAGE 5 A T* 1i tables Women Seal oi i fleers New officers of the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables wire installed by Mrs. William Hechl< at an installation dinner held al the Floridian Hotel on Sunday, May (j. Seated at the rues wire Mrs Sidney Suss, president; Mesdami a Sidni y Posi n, [rm i Ti scher, and Arthur Winkli vice preside nls; Mrs. Al I. recording secretary; Mrs. William Epstein, financial secretary: Mrs. Sol Rappaport, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Arthur S mm < rfeld. treasurer: Mrs. Hy Friedman, historian: Mrs. Peter Glazer, parliamentarian; and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. Monitress. Board members include Mesdames Arthur Sheir. Sidney Haskoe, Sidney Boeninger, Louis Heines, Heniy Bhrenkranz, Jack Loback, Irving Matlin, Sidney Covner and Joseph Rogers. Shochet on Premises Tucs., Wed. & Thlirs. til Noon GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th Si.. Miamw Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronagi Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Choral Group, under the direction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer. kl make ; ts debut on Friday. May 11. in a special service in honor of ihe third anniversary of ae! independence, written and narrated by Rabbi Leon Kronish. with appropriate Sabbath and lacli music arranged bv Cantor Kelemer. Herman Fried will be at the organ. Seated fl, to t.) olficers of the choral unit. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, treasurer; Miss Rhea Katz, secretary: Mrs. Anile Goldin, chairman: Cantor Kelemer: Mrs. Ruth Robbms, Dresident of the sisterhood: Mrs. Eve fldrr.an. publicity; and Mrs. Stella Gordon, librarian. Others in the photograph are (second g, 1. to r. I Mesdames Rose Kogn, Rose Kelemer. Gertrude Berlin, soloist. Mary Wynn. so'oist, Ida jenthel and Sylvia Kapan; 'third row Mesdames Shirley Green. Janet Teplilz. Blanche Ross, tsider.l of the PTA, Rose Goldin. Hertz. Pansy Flaum and Gertrude Joseph. Members not picled are Mesdames amille Eaum. Sondra Jacobson. Belle Fishman. Edith Sonn. Claire Felton and omi Ross. The group was organized by Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Annette Goldin. •aill Heads Tfercth Israel Men 1 tie: Albeit Zeitzew, Ralph Hollander, special programs; Philip Jacoby. Elliott Robin, reception. Installation is scheduled for May 16. Jackson Nursing School Will Hold Open House Jackson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing will hold open house at the hospital on Sunday. May 13. from 2 to 4 p. m. Activities for the afternoon will include conducted tours of the hospital and nurses' home, demonstrations, movies, view of the new wing, informal talks and refreshments. Max Grant \a\ Grant has been elected pident of the Men's Club of reth Israel Northside Center. %  hers named to office were fray Rines, vice president; Ing Stain, treasurer; Robert ikin, sergeant-at-arms. fommittecs include Irving Diand. Herman Kutun, Floyd, enfainment; Jules Wilson, WilAltman, Leon Kutun, athJewish Schools Get Tests The annual testing in all the Jewish schools of Greater Miami was held on Sunday, May 6. Special tests composed by the Bureau of Jewish Education were given to classes 3 through 10. A special bulletin will be issued giving the results of this testing program and showing the "norm" of achievement for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami. Mrs. F. Roth Named Leader Of Detroiters Mrs. Francis Roth was named new president of the Detroit Jun| iors at the group's May 5 election. Othei officers elected were Dr. S. Kreisler. Bernie Meyer and Sid Harris, vice presidents; Francine Weinstein, secretary treasurer: and Jody Kreisler, corresponding secretary. Comittee chairmen are Bernie Ehod and Al Kreisler, entertainment; Florence Harris, membership; Ruth Garbor, hospitality: and Andrew Roth, ways and means. Officers will be installed at a dinner to be announced later. The next group activity, according to Dr. Kreisler, will be a wiener roast at Crandon Park on May 21 at 8:30 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling Francis Roth. 4-1429. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES BIG FREE SHOW AND RALLY Sponsored By Jack Abbott Candidate for Council NORTH SHORE PARK (Collins Ave. and 72nd Si.) TUES.. MAY 15. 8:15 P. M. FREE Hot Dogs — Cold Drinks Ice Cream Abbott for a II etter t ouncilman Pull Lever No. 1 i Political Adv. ~ ,' CAMP CORAL "A Vamp oi MKstinvtion' 3306 Ponce de Leor. Boulevard, Coral Gables SWIMMING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION TENNIS ARTS & CRAFTS DRAMATICS MUSIC FOLK DANCING NATURE STUDY CITIZENSHIP JEWISH RITUAL Center 'Carnival Nite' The Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center, with cooperation of Miami Masada, will present "Carnival Nite" on May 13 at 8 p.m. at the center. Entertainment will be provided by Windy Kruger as "Mistress of Ceremony," Mel Mininson, Berney Ike, Marty Ike, Mel Voila and Don Schrager. A. F. GIVEN Xew Location PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5373 Miami. Florida Camp Session June 18th to August 10th Monday through Friday 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Transportation Provided Meals and Snacks Prepared by Registered Dietician REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Director Phone 48-2431 EVER TASTE If not, you've really missed something I Breakstone'i Whipped Butter ij freshly churned ... then whipped fo a smooth, creamy texture. It spreads easier floes further—and has o flavor out of this world. You'll agree it's the most delicious butter you'v ever tasted. ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY Box 786, Coral Gables, Fla. Phone: Miami 87-1631 SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON lluildi'is 4 on! rn


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PAGE 6 A ivuhnt>rkttan ."Strictly Neighbors ALPERT other word for -^^^^^tl Ss M ast week at Miami Beach High ; %  ? By HELEN ALPERT Beach B^nai B'rith Women To Seat leaders At Sans Sonei May 15 !" MiHnn Weinkle will be and Dr. Donald Michelson, direeMrs M '2^"^V"f the M.ami tor of the Hillel House at the SSSOSviu seated as president of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B nth May 15, at Hotel. Honor guests at the luncheon ceremonies will be Mayor Harold Turk, national Hillel commissioner; Walter Kovner. president JEWISH FOLKS: Comments were rapturous—no after the thrilling annual concert last School, of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus. For proof, follow the reactions of one woman, throughout. It s been years since she attended such an evening anywhere. She was amazed and delighted with the Ben Yomens' productions, and espe( ciallv captivated with Ben Yomen's creation around the Megillah of the Hillel Advisory Committee; The beautiful quality of the singers—the sensitiveness of Margaret • Ben Yomen—the solos of Nathaniel Sprinzen—but above all. the j tremendous talent of Ben himself so gripped her that she confesses she rushed up to him like a teen-age swooner when she spotted him on the street later I think she was probably their most joyous listener. She raced straight to Tell me All. and darn near took all night doing so. Who is she—? As special identity for Ben, I offer his greatest admirer. Mrs. Far.nie Alpert, mv mother. ON TOUR: Now you know—Ira Lery and his cute wife Mimi say that the wing-ding at their Colorgraphic Press unveiled a new press Atlantic Towers' hotel-owner George Rubin has left for another quickie business trip DELAYED MALE still hasn't delivered the postcard from Habana, from Florence and Bill Glick In New York on a concentrated focus for his hotel is Max Benkowitz. He owns the Delmonico Lensman Harold Kaye plans to open a kodachrome photo studio this summer in Atlantic City Checker at the Gaiety is Milt Kipnis. who until now was auditor-bookkeeper for the Chez Paree. He's one of our nicest young fellers COLLEGIATE: First "summer job" news comes from Hilary Levin. Cornell soph. She's been accepted as psychiatric aide at the Institute of Living in Hartford. Conn. Frieda ana Harry Cohen of Hotel New • Yorker revealed Saturday right, at the hotel as* :..tion banquet, that Hilary listed them as h< r business references ;n Miami Beach. Okay. Frieda— what you replnd musta clinched it! Tribal pride. envelops the Miami Beach uncle and aunt of Cornell's Dave Becker. Daw goes into Harvard medical school in September and just this week wo:, the Woodford Public Speaking contest. His topic: nri A nst th( Nergo and Our World Position Today.' Illi l(.'\ Prize: S12C. Dave'.folks are Hertford's Harry Beckers, and Harry T n Vfarrv Sino'r'P (an attorney) went to school with Miami's auto-dealer. Ed Fischer— ,it 'J '""h*1 so w %  : :: ill world. ( I Betrothal of Miss Shirley Reta HEROIC HERITAGE: Fruchtman to Norman Rose, son N -l. Will with Nat—ional feeble Mr iind Mr! So1 Rose f 1 •' unroll I I tory of thi Mi S ti n, : • '•'•' ....... -the handation lui at I ; x ny. Lo< !oun il's first pr< xy, fan i I Mrs. : tarted I u th a pei :fl8. Sylvia G t of d. p %  in Havai .... 1926 saw Mrs Is -a, the Axelrod Succi I successful < ntii Meyer S tz. M B< n W t1 Mrs. 3 %  L '•• % %  • %  nd hi -; tl ghl I courses in 1 ... others like Mrs Sidnev Lewis (re' %  : :: Mrs. Benv-onm Levine Mrs ," te s Sylvia Williams Mi Stanley C. Myers. Mrs Aaron ''• '" : ;: mcil represenl .. training-ground •or li ship, action, achievements FOR YOUR CALENDAR: THE NEW GIFT IDEA of Israeli bonds for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs and anniversaries and anyoccasion. voiced by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsbura! CHAMPAGNE AND STEAK: fk„ M!" C U i dn \ h ;', v '' l""" 1 1 hearin g about the terrific banquet of the Miami Beach Hotel Association. Saturdav night at the Steak "'^t' ? :RRPr than laSt ****'*• Packed h, ,1 £' K }' Co 52 nl ?a**i Jim Landon said the throng ied the brains of the Florida hotel industry—but there were Mrs. Milton Weinkle tor University of Miami. Mrs. Carl Weinkle will install the president and offer the charge, while Mrs. Harold Turk will preside at rites for other officers and board members. Also to be recognized at the exercises are Mrs. Ben Lebow, Mrs. Sam Nudelman, Mrs. Charles Goldberg, vice presidents; Mrs. Maurice Weltman, financial secretary; Mrs. Helen Sanders, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Silverman Mrs. Sam Pollack, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Arthur Frishman, treasurer; Mrs Jeanette Teller, guardian; Mrs. David Denner, sentinel: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, honorary trustees; Mrs. Harold Turk. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Seymour Satin, trustees; Mrs. Ida Optner. counselor. Members of the board include Mesdames Jack Abbott, Dave Alper. Theodore Arvan, Gilbert Balkin. Meyer A. Baskin, Max Berlin, George J Bertman. Harry Cohen, Harry Einhorn, Sy. Englander. Jack Fein, I. Leo Fishbein. Max Schwartz, Pansy Flaum, Morris Goldin, Sam Goldstein. Alexander Libow. Ceil Lipkin. Abraham Miller. Ben Newman, Harry Reiser, B. Rimer, Donald Rubin. Harold Spigel. Samuel Wax and Abraham Berg. Fruchtman r, N. Y. has been announced by her parents. Mr i nd Mrs. David Fruchtman. 815 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Miss Fruchtman was gradu from Miami Beach High School House. room. typif hundred Sholem Women To Install Mrs. Herman The annual installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach will be held on Wednesday. May 16. at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony ll itel. The installation will take the f >rm of a musical written by the :. mple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon Kr mish, and will be sur..r by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, ac1 by Hy Fi i< d To be seated are Mrs Saul Herman, president; Mrs. Aaron Fa:.. Shop, the meat men ar.d golly, EVERYBODY' Sa m A RnJTv^ ine V£ d „ hiS Wife Sat f the £ P ecial P'* table F>iTn !" !f u"?'' 6 were with the Ri'kind family Mver fhev h£? D A ^" F ed !" jus, missed out on a new.'.hot when usual Jf rt M U fl Z?\, „ M ,Ud R8tner looked s ""ni"9 • and Davis Institute for Medical Technicians. Her fiance, a graduate of the University of Rochester and Eastman School of Music, is now studying voice in New York. He served three years in the Army Air Force. Goldveis Ponce de Leon High Schools the Univi | Miami Mr J : gradnzlti Brooklyn Technical H:gh and :.. nivers y of Scho :ig. Heb to Tau Ep Phi nity; i ; Tau. is now I with Haj Engin< • mpany JI ii ington, I) C No dal been set tori wedc. FOR RENT Gorgeous. Spacious. Fa Two Bedroom House. Two I Two Porches. Heated $135. Yearly. 3299 S. W. Til White Wool Stole LOST at Council of Jewish Ws Luncheon st the Saxony Hotel Wednesday. May Will Finder P least ?I MRS. A. E ROSENTHA11 58-6271 -no more room! Esther Dorothy Liss Selects August 12 Sorority Alumnae Seat Mrs. Krensky place in engagement to Emanuei Sponder son of Mrs. and Mrs. Samuei Afrs. Saul Herman Mrs. Irving Rothman and Mrs. Louis Stoff, vice presidents Mrs. Abe Solosko, recording secretary, Mrs. Fred Somerstein, correjrs. Louis J Krensky was insponding secretarv; Mrs. Irving stalled as president of the Greater Bachrach. financial secre'jry, iation of Mrs. Murray Reckson, treasurer Miami honorary musical fraternity; Alpha Pi. social sorority; Mian ,rv: M,s Theodore BerMusicians Club and Hillel Coun'," an corresponding cii. She is a charter member of Mrs Martin Samuels, treasurer' bigma Lambda Phi. women's nd Gloria Torem, board royp, an I the stafl ber ~at-lai of the M Cen Mrs Sidney Lewis, chairman ters Sunday S the installation luncheon was :: •• %  % %  • • pidemiol Mrs Frederi. gist with the Navy in W .. | Wai G J •"'"' Mrs Jack Sc a An alumnus I „ t \,lMi Fr. | Atla and Miss -. New York Univ. rsity and entertained William and Mar;. G • • Young. Growing CongrtjH^ SEEKS A RABBI Who can also function Hi* Reader. Bal Tfilah sad1*1 Fine opportunity. Wr* %  Box 2973. Mimi II vwwvw -.^vww<*' WILL SHARE My Beautifully Furnii* Brand-New 3-Btdww^ with Business Coup* 900 S. W. 13 th Are ~.auu include Dorui Moore, Esta Fritz, Marilyn Gould. Marion Weinberg nita v\ olf. and Sponder of Miami Beach and New : bride-elect's York, has been revealed by her Albert oTcamden V f" N,ttta Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 urdine's Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Mondays: 9:30 to 9 00 Shop bv Phone from %  #> Call: 3-1141 MAY EVENTS now in profir*'**! • watch for daily specials! • shop and save for yourself your family and home! • events continue thru the month of MaT Further Proof That It Pays To Shop At Bur


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IY, MAY 11. 1951 VJmitiitturHtor, rsonally Speaking Jhe bri of Joseph Judah Kleinman. son ol Mr. nnd Mrs. [Kleinman of 821 N. W. 10th Avenue, took place Tuesday 1 25. Participating in the simcha were Mr. and Mrs I jper. who acted as godparents; Rabbi Max Shapiro sanl [and Rabbi Philip Fried. moheL n %  j. and Mm. Samuel Gurss. 561 N. E. 68th Street, left this for their summer cottage in Avon Lake. Ohio, where they emain until October 15. En route they will spend a week lite Springs. Fla. + Jr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz announce the birth of a hter, Elyso Helene. on April 11. eaving for a six-month sojourn in Israel are Mr. and Mrs Goldberg. 108 6th Terrace, DiLido Island, Miami Beach! ^* '^* ^* _r. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509 Swanson Avenue, were [ at a party Sunday afternoon in honor of the third birthbl their daughter, Natalie. Thirty of her playmates helped Celebrate the occasion. fisiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and their chilI Elaine and Tod, are Mrs. Aronovitz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. [Richman of Manning, S. C. be Robert Barons of Miami will spend a three-day weekWillenstad, Curacao. Dutch West Indies, beginning May Baron is a graduating senior at the University of Miami. Baron is affiliated with the Anti-Defamation League, Miami labbi D. Bernard Stolper of Brooklyn, N. Y., is a guest at |des Hotel, Miami Beach. He came here to join his wife, vas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch. of Beach. r. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are spending cr few days in nah, Ga. lugene Rosenthal. son of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthcl. Di prive. Miami Beach, was recently honored "t the Univerbl North Carolina by being named the outstanding first |student in chemistry. );i M. AbramsTo Wed Stephen S. Kessler : of Miss Anna Merle now employed in lh;,t capacity at Both David Siudents To Honor a Pent At Luncheon Sunday A llirk'hrnn mill k, T; v.. ,r. %  jV_ PAGE 7 A A luncheon will be given by the Beth David PTA on Sunday, May 13, at 12:30 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant to honor the parents of Beth David Sunday School children. A show entitled "Do You Remember?" will be presented by the children of the Sunday school, under the direction of Mrs. Louis Schwartzman. Also on the program is a special Parent's Day skit, to be presented by the second grade, under Miss Florence Moss. Participants will be Joseph Baum, Judy Binder, Randolph Bush, Ellyne Chaftez, Marlene Cynamon. Elaine Donnerstag, David Dworkin, Peggy Gclb, Annette Grant, Adel Kleiman, Terry Merkin, Arthur Siier, Judith Kaiser, Phvl8 Candidates Vie For May Queen Miss Diane Star and Mrs. Isabelle Kneapler are the last two contestants to enter the race for title of May Queen of the Flagler-Granada dance and popularity contest to be held at the Casablanca Hotel, Miami Beach, on Saturday, May 12. Miss Star, 22 years old, is a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Young Adults. She is a graduate of the University of Miami, member of Kappa Delta Pi, to Stephen S. Kessler nnounced at a cocktail party y at the home of the bridents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil the institution. Her fiance received his bachelor of arts in music from Bionk2218 S.W. 26th lane lyn Colle g e and will graduate pssier's parents are Mr. and | J'' om J*? _V"!. Ve rs i ty f lM / 3rni Ben Kessler of Miami Law School in June. An Army Air Corps veteran, he is book review editor of the Miami Law Quarterly, staff member of the Barrister, official law school publication, Nu Beta Epsilon. honorary legal fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa, nation's highest honorary leadership fraternity. and appellate court justice of the nor Society. She trained i university honor court system. ?dical technologist at JackHe is organist at Coral Gables emorial Hospital and is Jewish Center. wedding will take place on Abrams received her |or of science degree from livorsity of Georgia, where as a member of Delta Phi and president of the Hilriliae Home it To Install Officers of the Flamingo er of the National ChilCardiac Home will be inl at a dinner dance at 7 p.m. I.v. May 20, at the Miami I Athletic Club. Mrs. Irving |is chairman of the event. Edmund Perls will be teas president; Mrs. Arthur i. Mrs. Howard Leaner, IMurray Dacks, vice presiI Mrs. Simon Hirschberg, ponding secretary; Mrs. LilPander, recording secretary; Jerome Cohen, financial sec[j Mrs. Adolph Hollander, treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Chasan, Mrs. Murray Dacks, Mrs. Irwin Faggon, Mrs. Adolph Hollander, Mrs. Iwing Molker, board members. Guest speaker will be Mr. Milton Dreyfus. Installing officers will be Mrs. Gertrude Locks. Retiring president is Mrs. Arnold P. Rosen. The first grain elevator in the Middle East will soon be erected in the Port of Haifa. More than 165 feet high, it will be one of the tallest structures in Israel, and will have a 12,000-ton storage capacity, which will later be increased. Diane Star education honor society, teaches first grade at South Beach Elementary School, and teaches Sunday School at the North Shore Jewish Center. Mrs. Kneapler was chosen to represent Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center. Miss Hope Nason, last year's winner, will assist Harold Shapiro in presenting the queen with a silver loving cup. VMM* SOFA. This elegant soft ... Deep foam rubber over resilient springs. Smartly % bolstered in a choice of a thousand decorative fabrics This andUbree hundred other Bhly styled curved pieces are available at Empire ^^artory and %*£? 1225 N. E 2nd Ave., Miami 9-6427 Open Fridays until 9 P. M. lis Zukerman and Roberta Rabinowitz. Frank Heyman, a student in the confirmation class, will serve as emcee. Mrs. David Parnes is general chairman of the celebration. Serving with her are Mrs. Alex Stiebel, Mrs. Phil Abrams, Mis. Louis Schwartzman, program; Mrs. M. Zuckerman, Mrs. I. Baks* and Mrs. H. Abromowitz, tickets; Mrs. M. Hanshu, publicity; Mrs. Jules Weiss, flowers; Mrs. I. Sirkin, telephone; Mrs. Roy Mack, arrangements. Mrs. I. Bakst and Miss Dorothy Bchreidell are co-chairman of ushers and hostesses. Serving on their committee are Corinne August, Annette Baum, Jerry Dworkin, Stanley Rose, Delores Schatzman, Kenneth Sher, Danny Simkin and Calvin Sirkin. %  Arline Skobel Affianced To Sterling F. LaVine Arline Skobel Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Skobel of 3400 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, and Lake Geneva., Wis., announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Arline Skobel, to Sterling F. Levine, son of Mrs. Samuel S. LaVine, 6301 Pine Tree Drive. Mr. LaVine is a graduate of the Lear School and the University of Miami and served three years with the U.S. Navy Medical Corps. He is the son of the late Samuel S. LaVine, former owner of the Dade Pharmacies, known today as the Whelan Drug Stores. The wedding will Lake place at the Drake Hotel in Chicago on July 28. Hospital Auxiliary Schedules Election Election of officers to the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital will be held at its annual meeting on Friday, May 18. Only paid members will be eligible to vote. The new slate of officers includes honorary president, Mrs. Max Dobrin; president, Mrs. I Monte Selig; first vice president, Mrs. Louis Krensky, second vice [president, Mrs. Harold Spaet; | third vice president, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; first general vice | president, Mrs. Louis Glasser; second general vice president, 'Mrs. Jack Ablin; and third general vice president, Mrs. Saul Herman. i Recording secretary is Mrs. Leon Ell; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Julia Golden; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Jonas; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Max Dreyer; financial secretary, Mrs. Phillip Lefkowi'..z; assistant financial secretary, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman; auditor, Mrs. Harry Platoff; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Isaac Levin The new nominating committee is listed as Mesdames Mortoa Russak. chairman, Aaron Fan, Max Holtsberg, Jean Lehman, Sam Luby, Aaron Rader, Stanley C. Meyers, Leon Chaiken, Samuel Blank and Herbert Fiebelman. Board memberi up for election are Mesdamea Monia Alberta, Han/ Barnhard, Frank Becker, Bather Burner, William II. Bernstein, Herma Binder, Bather Itlnnk, Jack Brick man, Benjamin Bronaton, Arthur Burrell, Aaron Courahon, and Theodora BuBteln. Also Richard Fleming;, Harry T, Friedman, Th. ima Friedman, Samuel I rledland, Arthur Frlshman, B< Zlon %¡ Insbura;, Leonard Glasser, Bthel Goldstein, Stewart Gordon, Emil Gould, Phillip Greenberg, Irving Greenfield, and Morton Greenw I, Also David Harris, I. B. Harris, Alfred Hess, George Hofi %  %  %  I Var. i Kanner, M. Boyd Kay, 1 -... n Kay, Maurice Klein, Nathaniel Klein, Max Kleinman, Sanford Kn mer, Mosen KreiKer, Chester KIN and Bi i Kohl. Also Jack Landau, Morris Lai urgh, Pavld Lesser, Lo • Lotterman, .-'.imu,-l Mades, Samuel Mayaer, H Markowltz, Benjamin Meyers, Mart/ I Miller, Louis Novy and Bam Nudelman, Blanche Oser, Jantea Paul


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PAGE 8 A ^fe^ &f ^s#>#forA#£L Leonard Rose, Former Miami 'Cellist, Returns In Last U-M Symphony Concert A natioi '• v: Miami n -'• will M formal .. -•< u w I Mi nd Mrs Ha ; R se 1st S iaint-Saens l s 33. al • Ma> 13, nd i I M : a ::; Sen S Alii'. been a :.-: since he was 10 years old ..'.. : v. ith :. ,-\ :i phi my 3l 15 5 tl irill appeal town ; : %  : 1 % %  • .. : i %  %  11 • : 1932 1 %  • II Si te S pioneer Women Plan iwd Your Vote and Support Appreciated i < SHAVUOTH is known as HAG HABIKKURIM ... The Festival of the First Fruits. There is no better way of helping the needy and distressed of Israel than by sendng food packages. FOOD IS A MAJOR NEED OF THE COUNTRY. YOU SHOULD PRESENT YOUR FRUITS TO ISRAEL. Mail Food Packages to relatives and friends. Make gift certificates of food packages and they will be distributed by the Women's Auxiliary of General Zionists in Israel. "NEW SPECIAL" About 21 Pounds Net 7% lbs KOSHER MEAT Ibt. Frozen Meat 2 Ibt. Canned Meat ''• Ibt Kother Salami 1 lb. Frozen Butter lUnsalted) 1 lb. Coffee. Al Quality 1 lb Kother Processed Cheete 2 lbs. Evaporated Milk J lb. Grade "A" Whole Egg Powder 11.50 1 lb. Corn Starch 1 lb. Marmalade 1 lb. Chocolate in Bart 1'. Ibt. Applesauce 6 ozs H pkg.) Prepared Pudding Mix 4'.. ozt. i(2 pkgs.) Kosher Chicken or Vegetable Soup Mix 1% ozs. (1 bar) Toilet Soap For Additional In Call S8-4M1 Miami Beach Zionist I Room 206 *# "DELUXE" PACKAGE Ovtr 31 Pounds Net lbs. Kosher Meat. Poultry •-• lbs. Kosher Salami lbs Frozen Butter (unsalted) Ibt. Kother Vegetable Fat !h' ofV". i '"*" Cotfee lb. Instant Cocomix J lb. Kother Procetted Cheese .lb Whole Egg Powder 2 lbs. Granulated Sugar 1 lb Corn Starch lb Marmalade lb. Long.Grain Rice Z 'bt. Evaporated Milk 21.50 1 7/8 lbs Peaches. Fruit Cocktail las available) 1% lbs. Chocolate Bars lb. (1 tin) Sardines in Sauce '• %  i lb. (2 tins) Sardines in Oil 12 ozt. (2 pkgs.) Prepared Pudding Mix 4 ozs (2 pkgs > Kosher Chicken or Vegetable Soupmix oz. (1 tin) Black Pepper 7'ozs. <2 bars) Toilet Soap 5 ozs. (1 pkg.) Ivory Soap Flakes How To Or* 1 Mail Check or Monrj with: our name and and name and •* person to *#• %  ... or i-s MY W of Israel's ntdYThis ad published by the Miami Beach Zionist District in tion with loyal supporters of the Zionist movement. coop**



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IY, MAY 11. 1951 tUliP Styte Show To Hiqhliqlu rilinv Home Unit Intttallaiion *Jewislifkradian •/"'""'•'• %  r PAGE 9 A Chapter, National Chil|Cardiac Home, will install .Hirers and celebrate its |i lay at a luncheon to | ( l at the Biscayne Terrace [on Tuesday, May 15, at m. Iildren'8 style show will be by the Miami Fashion with Coronet Models fashions from local %  cturers. Mrs. Ray Parbe the coordinator. Sylvia Chertkoff will in|v lowing officers: presiJrs Sal Ramagli; first vice Int. Mrs. Harold Cohen, %  vice president; Mrs. Henry In: third vice president, fevid Parnes; fourth vice Mrs. David Dvoskin; secretary) Mrs. Ben : fsponding secretary, is Glance; financial secreSam Schulwolf. embers to be installed j Herman Bergren, |ik. Norman Bergren, Sylhen. Theodore Firestone, IFogel, Leon Freed, Wilton* r, Harry Gertner, Sam Aged Auxiliary Elects Mrs. Palmer %  -Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer was Final meeting of the season for elected president of the Miami I Y annan Sen esch Group of Hadassah will beheld on Monday. lladassah Oroup To I'ii'i'i I ;HICTO.-KNC;E LShtne OUt MAVMOdO 123456 s H / ^^ e *.^^m.i ....;...•*, ij-v<^-'—, -£~ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS •** %  ** %  SSS&ar* ;. ^*,,> %  %  **%  #"•-* w az %  .—...-. -^ %  --.... %  ,**'! %  r ^., ... '-V4 WWMI 1? i .' — .. %  —A '. — • 'i4 %  i V-^"W" • ~ KZMfy,. v %  < %  %  •>*$* %  -A*t; ... < -^. .%  MM %  .. It..--.. I. ^ v ; ..... .' %  ^ %  J^ .%  — %  %  --** •% % %  -VM. %  v "t'.flll* .#•.'.. ... %  • .. ,. %  .-. %  /T .... %  j I %  lift '/* • it I ~X .r" • t'' LOOK TO THE FVT1 RE WMTII CONFIDENCE! HE-ELECT D. LEE VOI It IITV 40l>ril.3IAX PAST PRESIDENT OF FLORIDA LEAGUE CF MUNICIPALITIES Paid Political A Iv,



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PAGE 10 A fjewisii fhrMiar Fisher Is Gables Center President E. Herman Fisher was elected president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center al i recent meetins %  '' '1 1( '< mple eml i s. He succeeds Herbert Gelernter. A resident of Cora Gi I I the past four yeai F graduate ol the I •• i\ iity 01 !•'! ri the Slun S ps. with Fishi n p A. Edgar Miller; Herman Fit tar; Meyer Bas Lee 1 secret W R •• I of d B Sol B B DiaW : .' Kovei W P • Jack Sih I. Nat ret %  • : • ; • 4 ;em|> Ostciila l9ol<. .tVc.nioii p o %  • • • B Sui ..: %  S \ imp s i sele ted short su s ng %  • %  %  eluded the afternoon. Tho directors have announced that camp registration is now i losed for the 1951 summer season. Both Camp Osceola for Bus and its counterpart for girls .,': e now located in the Mills River Section in Horse Shoe. N.C. Gables Students Will Honor Parents May 13 Coral Gables Jewish Centei Heiigious School will hold a spe• ...1 "Pan ot'i Day" program Sunday, May 13. in the centei auditorium. Kindergarten and primary grades will entertain at 10 30 a.m. and junior high classes are scheduled to perform at 11:30 a.m. Participants will be Melvin Koven. Sidney Richman. Eileen Ross. Francinelee Hand. Bette Goldstein. Annette Ratner. Arlene Ross. Betzy Lias, Marian Braun. Shirra Skop. Shelly Schwartz and Billy Spitzer. *5\V va*? n TT3. ^JJOIiKjW-i^Kt^y i-ir flabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 118 Michigan Arcnui Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 SKIN DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT Or H. W. Haacj Ph. 86 6904 9482 Harding Awe. Miami Beach .11 IIS Will Hold li:sJ;iM;Ui MI Mrs. Morris G luskii installed tor hi : t Ol Auxiliary s V: %  Pol dent: Mrs. dell. %  R %  %  Mrs Hei man Soli Mi • VI S will servi as inst tiling >l I installation will be followed by : nu n: Soi rent R of th • 1! itel Mrs R : | Mrs. D Klein are in charge I and reservati LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTU'K is HKREBY OIVEN thai li rxlxned, deali lofl to an %  iiien Ii tha fictitious i K \^ • RU 'i HE .-'in >P IN I: i.-' .-• %  %  .\: i i iiwClrcull i i .i Kt'RZROK Boli f>wi FIBI.M W .v KAPLAN %  1 FRIDAY, LEGAL MAY] tTiTm N0TICE X** r Ml.:...|,y ,' %  %  It %  5/4-11 • Contest Winner Named W.i im. 41!> S W. Road Fl ]•;,i„ v. inni : f thi Bat I m's ( ssaj : on "Jewish Life and Jewish !!• to an annoum t artzman, Edu • A stu nl : 1! th Davi : • S I. t has been x f Bartoi nd his I in I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE IN THK I'll i iK THK IX A X1 > Fl 1 \ % %  ,\ i SAM I.R. I • A X > %  'N s %  %  i • %  I V • %  %  • %  a'%  ith AdH (Book : of Oade :rity. nl i property i • Ret her with all !> %  tenement*, hered%  • % % % % % %  % %  thereunl oalon ng • %  %  an %  ;-..,;,,.. me th.-. to i • nti d to • | : %  %  %  %  Dated th • -•. I da: i I Mai 1 1 51 HOWARD DIXON STANLEY' \ ,. "*•"• V. • • j ; | |. miff, J/4-11 NOTICE BV PUBLICAT 0\ IX THK |i.i:\ l\ II IIUTIT ,,| |.-|., n: •. • VXD I lit DADK nifXTl IN k.\> %  < No Nil I %  \l VIUOII IN. • UK V HAI.DWIN, R. K. D. N Kamnal N'' %  > UIR HKIIKI11 • : • iInt I %  %  %  %  %  ... Count %  • M t Court Si I: I: ; %  %  IAN u M IV 11 • K S": p. NORM VN R IV. \ .%  : %  \ it VII • NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IX THI I THK • %  I'lRCl'IT ,i |. DADK • •' N So •' %  u %  %  %  NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION I'lRCl'IT Vi TUT i .| THE i l.i:\ K.\ I'll .11 I .|i 'I \l. i li;. i |T IN VXD (-" %  • T: DADK COUNTY IN .'II VNCKRV, NO. 1 i v \.;i: \ ITl'CCI, : \ M \l:l.\ VlTfCCI, .. %  rlaril \l Mil \ VITl'CCI, 1011 Waal Brooklyn, New Fork, %  %  i to nerve .. cop) ..f your .the Kill of Complain! for Dlvon-e • •:. plaintiff* attorney, HAR. .i.i • .-ll \ I'll;. %  ffl Lincoln Road, Beach, I ..i Ida, and rile the il in the office "f the Clerk <>f i 'oui i on r I.foi e M i> L'-i 1951, H'lae i De ree Pro Confeaao will you. Dated \;. II 86, 1951. i: i: I.KATHKRMAX, Clerk, 'ourt Seal) By R ll RICE, JR I :l> I "l.-lk. i SHAPIRO V • %  %  In Road Mi., M r... %  h, i"'"i Ida I'" Th, N,^ S ^^ 1 A. M M 1949 '' I • %  • I' 8 .\ i i pli %  when orp \ ..' I-' \ .. r*. %  illK ll BT \ I and %  %  Namtm •NSTRI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKBY OIVEN 'hat -••• In I. .ndei the fl.'Tit lou* n imi .f l\. al 1740 .' %  i :. ich, intend* to rea> ..in ime ith the Clei k of the Court I'll.1 'ountj i .... Ida RKYMl >L'R KE1T Api \ of Hi. ,| | Chaptti of Flo the .%  %  %  i been %  H|I IN H %  :SS UMKP.i %  fixed • ; thia A. I' :./ii %  %  %  R A Ql Si ftl ll !c 1 1: C^ 'x I • %  %  RETAIL AND CONTRACT NOW IN THEIR NEW DISPLAY ROOM A! PH. 7-2288 4256 N. W. 7TH AVI With a Large and Beautiful Line of Floor Cowiaji • INLAID LINOLEUM CARPETS • • ASPHALT TILE — RUBBER TILE • FELT IIASi: I IOOI5 tOVEUl 6'*9'-12' WIDE FELT BASE RUGS (ALL SIZES! WALL COVE RING — COC O MATTING ALUMINUM METAL TRIMS ARMSTRONG'S WAX AND CLEANER, LINOLEUM PASTE. ETC. I Inst t you f or let All -.'. irk %  PHONE FOR FREE ESTIMATE 4256 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-2288 %  'tii


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[MAY 11, 1951 *J*B*§£BurtMain Festival Set fish Centers Music Festival" will by the Jewish Cenitidii of Greater Miami ingo Park Bandshell, ch, on June 7. it was by Abe Cohen and irman, co-chairmen of events planning comfeng the proguim will Kusical and program IS riots developfive local agencies use the Jewish Centinn Thev include tiie f the Beach Y, the jroup of the Goiikn Jship Club of the MiCommunity Center, groups of Flaglei-Graleah-Miami Springs imunity Centers, the sociation, and as an {feature, the 75-voice |ples Folk Chorus. jr the evening will be uel Kelemer, Dorothy |ano, and Nathan ; el tenor of the Civic |ipany of New York. embers of the active planning committee Rothstein of FlaglerJewish Community and Mrs. Raymond s. Sadie Ledowitz of ami Springs Jewish Center; Ben Essen, Mrs. Nathan Dubler, je Gelb and Mrs. Leon the Miami Jewish Center; Joe Mooney, •rt, Victor Eber, Miss lillcr of the Beach Y; Margolies of North h and Leon Kaplan i' nt< rs As PAGE 11 A lit To Seat |g May 23 L idd will be seatent of Miami chapter kn Jewish Congress at lion luncheon at noon, May 23, at the AnCoral Sables. R. Lyons, attorney. %  l commentator will jailing officer. to be seated are Alfred Rubenstein, fweiner, Bessie Elrnan Druker, vice presi.. Mrs. Josepn financial secretary, | Harris; recording secWilliam Sacker; eoretaries. Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Arthur in PHI nary president, M. Fine; and trusSmes Isidor Cohen, Jo%  Sidney Stepkin. A. and B. E. Hertz, ijuker, chairman, has Hayden as toastmisGerirge Saluk and lum will sing, accomMis. Phil Abrams. Miss winner in city and ronti sts, will give two ktions. Irvation call 48-9470, 48-5665. Lehrman To >uise Leaders man. long time ciate of Dr. StephMll officiate at the anption luncheon of the apt* r Women's DiviAmerican Jewish Conf held at the Sorrento fry Koretzky will be president for the com)ther officers are vice Mrs. Murray Blane, Lemelman, Mrs. Jesse reasurer, Mrs. Joseph Mncial secretaries, Mrs. timer and Mrs. Murray ^responding secretaries, lam Feuer, Mrs. Ben cording secretary, Mrs. Unit Named !o the nominating comIthe Greater Miami HeIchers Association by Louis Gadon were Mrs. Ian, David Friedman, Jliss, Joseph Hurwitz, ranz. is scheduled for the month; fcnization's study group Ito meet on Saturday fhe Miami Beach Jew%tu %  i To Our Subscribers .. %  rtShta^^ISSir;;^ PilM '7 wh ." eon.inne ,o got ,„rir friend* and time ,„k „V,.^.u 1 r l'"""""""" hv arranged for a limited \nvh,l"n„ll£.„7, '"' os l "'"r ree 1.S value. The ItaM £SZ£ l-ff!^ g rgy Vw '•• •* C-erviee for II, and a (ionVioih, I.Xi *h i, < r ,n a,l> wi,h "WJ ""— 2 y" "ew s.,l,s,ri,,sobs^ri,,. .,, ^ :. h Hor "'"' "< %  regular ,.riee of 85.0 for earl. 2 year able inadvanw' "2f "lv orders a. suberi,.li„ are pavaon in .iu .„„.,.. Immedinle delivery. >o wailing Wants to Make Hundreds of New Friends! mini:! aimu uw;i nmtmsin • wxm o This Offer Available to Subscribers Only • Send Subscriptions to: Name Address Name Address



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llie\wiislh-IRliOipidliiaup FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1951 U-M Hebrew Department Will ~ Broadcast Special Salute To Israel SEC. B To Speak At Kin ma l.i/a:ns Elation Orinnnis May 20 Pallo'J, president of federation of B'nai will be '.he prini at the installation the Emma Lazarus Jusiness and Profesn, B'nai B'rith, on lay 20. 7 p.m. at Hartmrant, 1751 Biscaync :. will be installed i, by Mrs. Tena Katz, |th Women's Council land Ben Essen wil acfil ceremonies. Mrs. %  on, outgoing president. [ v the traditional past pin in candlelight irn is under the dihel Pont and she will by Mae Meyers and Cat/if. I to be installed are: iresident, Tina Fischer; president. Mae Meyers; treasurer, Edyth Fleischer; financial secretary, Vivian Schiffer; recording .secretary Pauline Kern: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Can.I Zipper; parliamentarian, Miss Pont; monitor, Mrs. Baron: his. man. Evelyn Miller: board of directors. Roslyn Lachman. Anne Levine, Paula Horowitz. Lillian Eisman. Shirley Rosenberg, Estelle Rubin and Mrs. Fannie Spring; representative to men's council. Dcana Abrashkin and Evelyn Miller. Mother's Day Program A Mother's Day program has been planned for the next meeting of he Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Group i of Hadassah on Monday. May 14, I at 8:30 p. m.. in the Education Building of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to Mrs. Jean Borman, program chairman. A group of Young Judaeans wil present a skit, after which election of officers tor the new year will take place. A special dramatic broadcast in observance of the third anniversary of Israel independence will be heard this Sunday. May 13, from 9 to 9:30 p. m. over Station WKAT. The program, sp ins ired bj Hebrew departmei. of the University of Miami, will be presented in cooperation with the University of Miami radii and ti levision department, under the direction of Sydney W. Head. 1 will feature, in song and dialogue, the dramatic stories of the resurgence of the Hebrew language and culture in Israel and in the United States. Depicted, j too, will be .'ie role played by the language in welding a mass of people from widely differing 'social, cultural and economic spheres into a democratic nation. Ceremonies marking the presentation of the first Hebrew library at Idle University of Miami will also be a part of this program. The library is a gilt of ;he Miami Beach Zionist District, Explanatory comments about the cni.ire program including the story and tne Hebrew music will be made by Sydney J. Greenberg, professor of the Hebrew langu %  > at the University ol Miami. Loan Group To Meet The Great c Free Loan Association will meet Monday. May 14. at 8 p. m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center, according to an announcement by Samuel Rothstein, president Hay Group Ids Board, Aims i rapid expansion in size, the North Bay layers' Association last Dinted 10 more members bid of directors. This policy-making group hoard members are ley L Weintraub, Col. Mettler, Hugh S. Larirles Danton, John B. .. John C. Frazure, Alcock, Arnold Levy, Lynch, Jr., and Col. Jones. In added officially to | board consisting of Abess, Jack Albin, P. Sam Friendland, Max Irs. W. D. McCreary, ipleman and Daniel J. bcheon at the Shelborne, kscnted the civic objecj the organization, and Ithe prime need for a 1 uition of public%  tizens "to guard, main|p:eserve the residential of Miami Beach." s against further turbine encroachments" i ntial propei .y were by Mrs. P. R. Malnairman of the memberIn.ittee with Albert L. il "adtion committees" by the association in|e vital analysis of the -ues for the proB-million-dollar Miami |i iv nient program. his committee is P. J. i' committees, in the t-finders," are to ition Planned |t installation for officers th David Sisterhood. |< and PTA is being i Sunday, May 27, at pi Hotel, Miami Beach, |g to Mrs. Harry OliIhairman of the event. ID YOUR SUMMER ITION IN THE BLUE )GE MOUNTAINS lEOLA LAKE INN >n Lake Osceola )ERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager OPENING JUNE ut Jcial Low Rates for Month of Juno lerican Plan Only r'est Jewish-American Cuisine Rooms with Bath or Shower Ivate Beach and Dock Trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital gathered together last week for the second annual meeting of the membership of the hospital. Three new members were elected to the board. They are Joseph M. Rose, Sam Katz ard A. C. Fine. Seven former members whose terms expired this year were reelected for three-year terms. 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PAGE 2 B -Je*lst ncridtor FRIDAY Miamians to Attend ig^SMS B'nai B'rith Meet S Ith Florida B'nai B'rith I are n akii the Diamond Jul Disti ict Grand May 26-30 at Columbia. S. C it s x n mn R. v .j ce n of the B Han y Zukei nil k Mia %  • % %  • % M as eli cted : I at H -.-. nl ) C My* rs y, Jr., M xi i tve, v. n :•.. dii eel B'nai Beith C mncil As 1 trict %  nicK Nim Dadei vould the sta..a are (xpecU d •• • • %  i cord di legal conclave being stagi I I ., :;: n .. pending in I at the Wade Hampt n H ite] and Ule Hotel Columbia. Scheduled to adress tht vention are F. Joseph Don an $14 nilli n for hue. Assistant 17. S. Att Oi m ..: Rl hard E. Gutsl executive vice cha:: Anti-Defamation League: and Rabbi Arthur J Lelyveld, nati rial director of the B'nai B::th Hillel Foundations. B'nai B'rith lead m this area who will parl ipal and bus.' ncludi E Albert Palot, | of the State Federati n I B'na: B Lodges and a nati nal ::v< • the B'n B'ril I thi ai n ti I : veti n Maj H %  r. will .,, %  lerator i :!;llel panel ,: : VI I A Fi • In an will f the B'nai B'rit ith R. J tricl I %  | i %  %  tick Heach V To Hold Summer Day Camp A SU : ; [00 • •Id bv the VM %  WHA : Miami Beach, a ; the Jewish Centers As• n of Greal This five-day-a-week pro will be held from June 18 to August 10 and will be open to children from 5 to 12 years of Swimming insti uction, ai I i dancing, music, nature woodworking, and athli I as well as many other creative .amp experiences are planned. limited and will end shortly. Further inforn I :. .i by ( O-D319. next I %  : 'Old age assist • pendjent cl .4 per cent: and aid to the blind. 16 per cent. include reductions in federal funds, since they match ..nts. he pointed out. Zuklias been a member of the group since 1947 when he was named by former Governor Millard Caldwell. He is chairman of the Consumers Milk Committee of Dade County, a past I WANT MY MILK JNF Tree Purchases To Highlight Meet J ''' %  %  '• >nal Fund and the trees will high! • I %  n .•• May 14. at 1:30 pm thi Miami & i .'. • presentatioi group by R • .. 'hi artisti • : will be Mrs Bar%  Ti hairn i Han Danziger. J N f n W Smith. M a:: Mrs B.r. Z G:r • Mrs Harry G l %  %  Mi This Will be the .... of the 1950-51 season and v.iil be conducted bv M belle Altholz. Plans will be made >f new offir I place on Jutv J Eitab. 1924 And Be Sure rri FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitcanln "D" Milk "Milk Products," Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. 41 Sn.pp.r Cr„|, SKY LAKE CAMPS „„ or Boys and GirIs 6 to 17 Years OM Fee • S400 • 8 Weeks • June 27 lo August 22 lOM Physician In Residence Gold proioecting in mine* on iOO acre Sk I k. r.. trips into country rich n InHi,, %  • r e Est le canoe sports, ^or Se back^idin g n pho\ 0 gr a p^ e y ,C, dr all J and nd •• and crafts. Private 40 acre Ufce P dramat 'music, arts Member. American; Camping Association. National DIRECTORS SOC1 : n Rabbi and Mrs. Richard Miami Representatives 216 3CHh e Su-eet Mr8 M Yalma n. Ph. 5-5157 West Palm Beach. Florida (MiQ n" Beach) Ph. West Palm Beach 3-3616 %  I Altaian. Ph. 874)534 Next Hadassah Confab Scheduled For Miami Out of th held in Savannah, have lans to hold thi ithern regioi This i mfi n n I I lei nd with Junior tti tiding jghoul : S ..:;. :: lud :.Alal Fl Georgia, Louii nd The ci >nft rence will hotel in c >nn with the annual conr v iung women of £' %  i Miami between I of 18 and -eted in Zionii Appointed as co-chairman by president, Elaine • Miss Miriam Scheing and Mrs Gerald Soltz. repnting Miami and Miami Beach, respectively. They will be ted by Miss Sandra Freedman Annette Melich of Miami ..nd Miss Ann Al'tonhouse of Miami. Various workshops and socials been scheduled especially for this conference and many of the young men and women of the Miami area will have the opportunity to familiarize therewith Junior Hadassah's Saul Awarded Weekend In Hav For Bringing in Center Memherf A weekend in Havana was from teen awarded to Irving Saal as the %  y f f cto .MJ|M prize for bringing in 1 ,m,d members, a total of 40, Baum ana M (i i 21 first most new memDers, a total of 40, Bau-n anrf''D neaeor term in June 1949 • MEMBER Ofl F nil !i i =* J"jf \%  M v-I -* |.':t.Ti : Mi.-/ "* %  • %  t — *| HI ~\ Au: ... >__-T; %  • %  IS of Kit mini lid"* C „S* birli r: -' '—' %  iH| rfftnr f OuimrbKB UP^JB Bn*. Florldi: "Jwll Audition of fi-' D : f-J5l of Vf-nr.5 taBltlW *V.TS| Ab Kin %  Mel M* !"• ^fi* ^l| of Musi B- 0*JSfr[ of u* n.2Tii *'\ Brtth Hi'' w,, ri M ar.ti l CMt of ^J-.SiJ WI i l Appri.'( ai *' mv ~^ BERNARD A. "*FRANjf FOR CITY COUNCIL, June 5th -fe^ BORN in MIAMI R AISED in MIAMI BEAO*.



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11, 1951 *Jewistnr>rkticin PAGE 3 B Named I-' Post nroker will serve as lector of the South[of he Council of lation, and Welfare cc Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) S • |d S. Soroker been anounced by rmutt, Birmingham, |dent. Soroker is diCJFWF Southwest ytein, former SouthIliabeen transferred uliid Region in a city, Pcrmu'..t exK game time, he reregion's office in I een temporarily |1 he housed wi'Si the egional office at 3303 Dallas, Texas. as been closely inany of the developin the Southeastvhich makes it posto take over his new iiately. He will prouties with personal problems of social eting, campaigning id interpretation. School Unit ill Leaders of the newly ers of the Sisterhood Hebrew School and will take place on ay 22, at 8 p.m. in all of the synagogue. non April will act as peer and Leo Sheiner LT of ceremonies, ^airman of this event vard L. Becker who ed by the following jkdloff, refreshments; Feldan, decorations; uon April, program. COMMUNITY PROBLEMS: Jewish communities throughout the country are beginning to think in terms of adjusting then programs to unit military and civilian needs in relation to the government defense plans 'Several Jewish communil now concerned with the effects of our industrial mobilization Working mothers ig facilities to care for their children For the time being, the Immediate effects of mobilizati >n upon the Jewish community is considerably less than antic, However, the experience of : Jewish communities during World War II offers some clues to the problems which may develop during the next few years Jewish agencies experienced from 1940 through 1945 increases > in hospital utilization during a period of acute personnel shortage The need for institutional facilities for the aged increased despite more employment opportunities There was a major drop in the caseload of family service agencies side by side | with new demands for special \ wartime services Vocational services expanded Membership, especially of youth, dropped in local recreational centers All agencies were operating with insufficient personnel to meet their service responsibilities At present it is visualized that there will be a shortage of social service personnel ... At the same time, family service agencies will be faced with a situation where their rich high refugee loads will ents, but young David is nevertheless determined to leave with his family for the United States For him there is only one country in the world where democracy is real and where the people are free—America The "Door of Hope" will make absorbing reading not only for Jewish readers, but also for non-Jews Immigrant Jews in America will recognize themselves in this novel, while American-born Jews will get a better understanding of what made their parents such devoted American patriots diminish to a vanishing point There will be increased employment opportunities for the aged And there will be greater opportunities for Jewish men to enter the medical profession because of the increasing need for more doctors ZIONIST MOODS: All indications point to the fact that the World Zionist Congress will not be held at the end of July, as officially announced, but will probably take place in November or December, after the High Holidays This prompted the Zionist Organization of America to decide to hold its annual convention in June O^B" inally, the question as to whether to hold the Z.O.A. convention before or after the World Zionist Congress was an issue in the ranks of the Z.O.A. leadership Some wanted the convention to take place prior to the Zionist Congress, while others insisted that the Z.O.A. parley should take place after the delegates return from the Congress There were good arguments for and against each side However, now the issue has cei sed to exist sii tli.it the Congres is not likely to be convened during tli-sum:,!' !' months D in't ho surprised to see the nan Dr. Abba Hillel Silver i nd Dr. Emanuel N umann on the 11 ticn committi • foi Premier ', %  Ben Gurion Although the [srael P and Dr. Silver do not see eyi t i eye on many a basic issue, the latter agreed to on tile reception committee However, he will not be in the United States anyway during Ben Guiroi 's visit here, since he is now cr. a month's visit in Israel DOOR OF HOPE: What makes an immigrant Jew love America? 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At the same time, he repeats how the same elements who instigated the pogroms also oppressed and exploited the peasants to a point of starvation Against this background he brings out the fight for freedom and democracy I in a Rumanian town inspired by |one who saw democracy at work in the United States The central hero in this fight is David, a young idealist who spent a short time in America and came back to Rumania only to take his wife and child to New York | Joining him in the fight for democracy is the son of a Rumanian aristocrat who organizes a revolt of the peasants against his own father, the landowner A third fighter is a young priest who cannot remain indifferent to the injustices tolerated by his church superiors The peasants win their freedom, but the Jews have in the meantime been made the scapegoats They ,have suffered a massacre, their 'synagogue has been burned down !by the enemies of freedom and their homes plundered with the consent of the police ... 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tf 11, 1951 *Jmisiincr/dHajn PAGE 5 B \ters To The Editor Jewish Floridian: irith groat surprise and i,l, ,t i read Simonhoff's Ithc April 27th issue of Jian." L u lt la imagine that at ^t time there could be M.-h writer—who I audacity and I towards the lan|i ill ions of Jews which had been ue of the Villner Elks List |ve Delegates from Miami Beach B.P.O.E., i) the anivention slated for Daytona Beach have unccd by Exalted Ruler include Fogg. James 1 Id B. Spaet, David Marvin L. Kimmel and IE. Hoffman, bounced were names of mtue chairmen. These ry, Spaet; house mainSwartz; blood bank, r Newman; relief, Trau; |T((1 Rubin; auditing I. publicity, Sidney B. sick and visitation, Iball. John J. Lunin. Scout, Dr. S. G. Schr ice, Fogg: budget. Imorial Day, Newman; Day, Kenneth Oka; i nan; Americanism, fiein; Flag Day, Klein; ( %  • Al Finkelstein; |jp. Allen Goldberg, Arthur Tries'l.jr; bulBler; social, Lunin. Goan, of the Bal-Shem Tov and in which Reb Levi Itzchok of Berditchev conversed with God; the language of Peretz and Sholem Aleichem, the language that reared and nurtured Chassidism, Folk-Zionism and "Bundism"— briefly, the Language that Bialik named the "youngi ti for "Hebrew and he said, "are a Zivig min Hashomaim' In Yiddish a literature wi veloped that reflects all pi of Jewish genius and if anyone wishes to become familiar with Jewish life in the past century. he will fail to find it anyv except in Yiddish. As it is known, this literature has translated into many lang and the better elements in the Gentile world regard it with reIspect and esteem. At the Hebrew University in Jerusalem a chair for Yiddish Literature was recently established; the Histradruth subsidizes in Israel a periodical, the "Goldene Keif*—can it be possible that Simonhoff is ignorant of these facts, or pretends to be? What made Mr. Simonhoff so indignant? Here's the story in a nutshell: He was invited, during the week of Passover, to a lecture by a Yiddish writer, held at a private home. After the lecture, refreshments were served, which included Matzo and—also —bread granted that it wasn't tactful—must then the Jewishness of all Yiddishists be refuti d? To the writer of these lines are known Yiddishists who eat tnly Matzo during the Passover—ana it's public knowledge that members of the Histadruth in 1 l —Kosher Hebraists—are poor observers of the ritual—will anyone dare to doubt their "Yiddishkeft?" It's also a fact that in numerous Jewish homes, where neither Yiddish and surely not Hebrew. is spoken, and where the children couldn't recognize a Hebrew letter in a prayer book—Matt i I traditionally eaten—docs this prove them better Jew.-.' It is very strange thai an invited guest—an intelligent n I i probably doesn't ob the "Tariag Mitzvoth," ly emphasize, with ness, the before-mentioned incidi nl ne denies that Yiddi going through a critical p alas, when were our pi it's culture secun '.'—for. now, with Israel a reality, danger over us—our Arab I bors, like the sword of Dan ... Ii i, ready to attack and the world as a whole—what are its perspectives at this moment? It reminds one of that c-eature in the familiar fable, that cams to the ailing lion and also nave it a kick. And now a few words with regard to the Jewish writer who walked out of the meeting where Yiddish was insulted—he is surely able to talk for himself—however, I'd like to remark that this particular writer has more merits I for Jewish Culture, Jewish life i in America—yes, even for Zionism, than many of the abovementioned Jews who go to KolNidre and observe Yom Kippur, just from force of habit. 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PAGE 6 B jjm&BuMtm. jTUDAY Beach Zionists Choose Shapiro As President Harold Shapiro was elected president of uhe Miami Beach Zionist District at its annual meeting, held recently in the patio of the Miami Beach J< wrist] Center. Shapiro, a practicing attorney in Miami Beach, is one of the founders of Temple Isaiah. h. He is a member of the board of the Jewish Home for the • I, B'n:u B'nth. Ami:...:. 1. V m Vetei i .he Amv n i the League Sets Reception To Fete Leonard Rose The Miami Beach Music and Arts League has issued invitaI tions for a reception honoring Leonard Rose, 'cello soloist of the N> A York Philharmonic Symphony. A former Miami resident, he will I with the University of Miami Orchestra n Sunday, May 13. in the Mia Auditoriu i and on M night, May 14. at the Miami .%  : Higl School. n ception will be hi. Mian i Bi... h Atl letic Club May 12. at 8:30 | I ceiv ^ guests will be Mrs Marii %  I Mrs H. .'.' ter • %  : Ji :. B< letti: Rut • M 11 IdS %  Mr. and 2 % %  L F:s Beach Auxiliary Seats Lee Gordon Lee Gordon was installed as I president of the Miami Beach iPost 330 of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary during ceremonies Tuesday night at the Miami h American Legion Hall. Others seated ai Die rites were Ruth Pett, senior vice president: : vice presi.; ; Erdheim, treasurer: R -.• ; ^ing secN man K ff, recording S %  M •-. his. >rian: Sokolofl :>lain: and conductress, include Lillian B ">kGerrig and Kay S y Szoldes is uuard: Sklar. pal I indu pas! Friedenn Bar Mitzvah .: F • %  \ : Cindenn Doctors To Discuss Heart D B% At Mount Sinai Medical Semin "Advances In Diseases of the elude Dr n Hearf will be the topic af Dr. | the Mich L ^ at Claude Beck, of Philadelphia. | Chicae""TV R ** u-hr-n h* Qnoaltc hAfnro th<* f !••• i 6 • u Samuel T. versity of P,,„ W when he speaks before the first post-graduate medical seminar if the Mount Sinai Hospital, which will be held May 23. 24 and 25 in the Sorrento Hotel. Dr : Beck is one of the pioneers in the development of the type of heart surgery practiced today. The heart and the large vessels attached to it formerly were considered untouchable, but recent scientific advances in surgery Pythian Unit TA have made it possible to operate R ,„sevelt T SU cessfully for several crippling c,.-. .',..„ lem Ple Jj and often fatal heart conditions 8 p aciphia: Dr il'" !a University of M, W Massachusetts \L K Boston. andftS Michael R ots meet on t. ording to Dr.Milton S. Saslaw •man af the seminar. :' % ^ Cther guests speakers will inpr sent, to ^l %  I • %  : \ %  %  R : Dr. D Daniel M. .:. n Ginsburg. I. R G dman, f J nas and I fj. :: •• %  "'• ia] Joseph Pardo; ;. Mm t r e asurei Irvii : %  ; i Direcl Judge K< i %  ,;.,. •••• %  %  • %  %  % %  •~ •• l.n>naril irk II Bu Mi %  %  %  > A en. X : • %  • Pried H %  S A. i % % %  %  H n.S. %  • • %  : M / top i in %  '• %  %  • nd current %  • Van 2 Folfi %  • ••.mi Is foi Dis t r ic t -. Api M :. Ju Ige Ben • A Fi • • %  C. Fishman. I.. r, Duvid C. Goodman. S A G .:• ,:. 5 -: KUl k H. Lee. Seymour B Liebman. Abraham Mason. Melvin I ff, Burnett K .1 Irving Schatzman. Wesl .1li.ui.. Inii Slates Affair Sal M %  %  Mrs. Si : Kosher Salami Included In Parcels For Israel iatel I ... sent 1 • %  I : I :. igh the Mi imi ]'>• ach Z District 23 I ir.coln Road, will lain fn -h kosl er salami, in additi n : fresh frozen and canned meats, according to Ben Zi in Ginsburg. chairman of Food for Israel for the district. Pack iges which now include • range ir. price from S14.50 to S38.50. he said. There is no ge in the composition of the S10 5o New Standard package. n sending food to %  may be obtained bv calling tl Zionist office. 58-4643. Needelman Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs Herman r-'eedel1141 S. W. 9th Street, announce the Bar Mitzvah o: I son, Arthui Irving, or. Saturdav. %  %  at the Miami '•' %  School and Corgrega• n. 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)AY. MAY 11. 1951 *Jewist) Hnr/riinn PAGE7B L Saf ra Heads taeh Vaad M. JSafra has been reaprd chairman of the Beth Ja|Vaad Hakashruth, after an nee of a year caused by ill h. Safra, who served as chair( .f the group from 1943 to succeeds I. Brenner, char] Lomber of the organization i [held the post for one year. | the next meeting of the orznlion, Dr. Safra will present ()kins for the in'.onsification pho expansion of supervisory jiti^s by the Miami Beach hiu'h unit. AEPi Alumni Chapter Slates Dinner-Dance The Miami Alumni Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity will have its annual installation >rale In Concert University of Miami wil give its fifth spring ;it Beaumont Lecture n Friday, May 18, at 8:30 William J. Lee directing, Annie Laurie Lee at the \c opening group includes sens from Mozart's Requiem om Bach's B Minor Mass, "two other Bach numbers. Simeone's vocal arrangel' I Tschaikovsky's Nutcrack\; % % %  will be presented, with Kaminsky assisting at the third group will be sunK University of Miami radio r The Choraleers. After in. m the Chorale will sing >iip of Spirituals and a clos>t folk songs and noveling Adult Zionist iclave Scheduled ^ns are being formulated for i annual Young Adult lave of South Florida, held the weekend of May .<• Camp Kendall, Fla.. acli in S. A. Goodman, chairof the Greater Miami ZionTuuth Commission week will be open to memf Junior Hadassah, 1ZFA. ating Senior Judaeans and loung Zionist Districts or Dective members of these weekend conclave will conDi workshops, seminars, lecB. Israeli singing and danel Highlight of the conference be a bonfire held Saturday fc, at which time members of participating groups will give nal skits and stunte. embers of the committee in ge of the conclave are Elaine Rita Ross, Ann Altenand Sylvia Cohen, Miami ov Hadassah; Sandy Freedand Annette Melich, Miami Junior Hadassah; Don ager, Miami Young Zionist ict; Dave Goodwin, Murray ie, Gil Rappaport and Abe r, Masada, Miami Beach ng Zionist District. [•plications may be obtained le Zionist Youth Commission, "-incoln Road, 58-4643. [gler-Granada Camp Opening June 18 agletGranda Jewish Comity Center has anounced that ^rations for Home Camp will place at the center the week Jay 14th from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. .ly member's children bepn the ages of 5',2 to 12 Vt will pted and there is a limited Camp starts June 18 and continue to August 10. Chil1 wil be under ;.he superpn of experienced counselors activities will include daily mining, dancing, arts and | ts music, and athletics. Jither information may be Jined by calling the chairman, ^Nathan Trauman, at 83-7663. Mrs. Louis Krensky dinner dan

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"MP'VVW-** •* VMCJ FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1951 vjewisti fhr/kMaun PAGE 9 B Jtar Chapter Plans iummer Party Invitations have been mailed young adults in the Greater liami Area for the "Star SumonParty." sponsored by Star i B"nai B'rlth Young Wom:I President Doris Klein has ani cd. The event will take place in the 6 oi Miss Sonya Klein, 1248 na Avenue. Coral Gables | May 13, t 8:30 p.m. Wishman is in charge ol i ments. party has a dual pu said Miss Klein. "Now that club season is drawii < close, the members of Star ,i those people remaining I wn for the summer look ward to informal get-togethAl the same lime, pror :i this and future affairs will fj. |{ us to main iin our service > mitments for B'nai B'ri'lh \ is." Ben-Gurion Talk Slated Timed with his arrival in the United Slates to aid the bond sale. David Ben-Gurion. prime ministe r of the State of Israel will be the subject of the radio program, "Builders of Israel/' narrated by Harold Shapiro on Sunday. May 13, at 1:15 p. m. over station WINZ, I nior Hadassah Unit ill Honor Mothers 13, M 'tin '. i ior iidi ir their m s 11 %  • : y will begin I 2 p. m. >om an i : -. s ith all members 3 for the party : %  i. • Freeman, Gl iri n, Phyllis Gol ::. Sylvia Kazai Al Rita Tuckman, Ann Beverly Raphael, Lillian and Annette Mi itions may be made with i i resident, Annette Melich, U'nll SHlOOl Installs l><>ad<'i's Irs, James H. Ruoy was inled a president of the Centra Elementary School PTA %  -lay evening in the school | ium. rlary Roberts, past presit installing office r. I' n cognized at the i f were Mrs. Walter Perry V Mrs. Thomas Trent, vice I nts; Mrs. Irving Cypen, i inding secretary; Mrs. in Phillips, recording sec|t. ry; Mrs. Louis Nadler. treaMarion Huey. playground i the Miami Beach rec'II department, outlined the ner program of childn n's livities at Flamingo Park, and McClure, music teacher. nted the students in a pro %  AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS THEN TRY One-A-Day (BRAND) Vitamins •i o packag* 0 f genuine ONEA-DAT brand) Multiple vitamin capsule*. *ey cost only $2.00. Take one each y for 60 days, if you axe not anIrely satisfied, return the empty •ckage to your druggist and be will pfund your money. Remember. l•mins help keep your energy, nerves "nd digestion up to par. Money back i not delighted. Ask your druggist j>r genuins ONE-A-DAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made M 'je Laboratories Look for the I" !" "1" on the blue package. n MUITIPLE VITAMIN CAPSU1ES Mother's Day Picnic The Women's Group of Workmen's Circle Branch 699 will hold its third anual Mother's Day Picnic on Sunday, May 13. The group will asemble at the Labor Lyceum. 1545 S. W. 3rd street, and transportation will be provided for all desiring it. Mrs. Sarah Weincr is chairman ol the event. Utmost in Tire Quality ..and Service 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 riding and driving. They give ffie genuine and original Air Rido 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. Wherever you live or wherever you are — if your U. 5. 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. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY Easy Budget Terms Liille As 91.00 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 NORTON c?KL TWO STORES MIAMI 500 W FLAGLER ST Ph 3-4639 MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON'ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot, President



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UDAY. MAY 11, 1951 LEGAL NOTICE fricF OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ci.UNTY JUDGE'S" COURT, >AI>E ('(ll'NTV, FLORIDA. N11 ''E8TATB OF CLAIRE M RKYN< il'l IS, sometimes known as Pi \IRF M, LYNCH, sometimes t, .,,, aa POLLY PARSON, DeI. "I BiiTICE Is hereby given that 1 have IIIJ final report and petition for Discharge as Administrator of %  tate q.f CLAIRE it. RBYNOLDa, known aa CLAIRE M |.\, n. sometimes known as POLLY RtsoX, deceased: and that on the V ,1.,! of May. 1951, I will applj T the Honorable W. F, Blanton, L.!\ .liulK'' of Dade County, Plorfor approval of caul final report for final discharge as Admlnis,,. %  of the Instate nf CLAIRE M IVNOLDS. sometimes known as IAIRE M. LYNCH, sometimes hv %  as POLLY PARSON, deceased. %  Mil day of April, 1951, EUGENE IS REYNOLDS, r Administrator of Estate of [IRE M. REYNOLDS, sometimes -fawn aa CLAIKE M. LYNCH. fin. linn's known as POLLY fcltsi iN, ii'-i eased, feM.W It. LYONS, ESQ. In olympia Rldg. Jlanii, Florida l-i:-18-28 +Jet*isti ihridUmn PAGE U B LEGAL NOTICE •jOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I, i:\l-.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT \.\li FOR DADE COUNTY, t/iKIDA. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 854. KH E. MAY, inintiff. vs LARIoN T. MAY. Defendant. MARION T. MAY [4:' I'.oL'.tl'dUS Place 1 :.\ ill,-. New York. c VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED .1 lllll of Complaint for Divorce b< • 1 filed against you in the entitled cause and you are |by required to serve a ropy of WiNWer to tin 1 Bill of Complaint Plaintiff s attorneys and filial In the office of the Clerk Court on or before the ..1 May. A. I >. 1961. h Notice shall lie published once I,, for four consecutive weeks in %  JEWISH FLORIDIAN, i newspa| In I '.Ml, County, Florida. %  i at Miami, Florida, this 27 of Vprll, 19M. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Of the Circuit Court. II Court Seal) By M C. FEKJE, 11* puty clerk. U.fiT. SILVER. TATHAM, (i A MULLOY orneys for Plaintiff Insraham Building %  ami. Florida .11 1S-26 JOTICE BY PUBLICATION HE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE :VI:.\JIJ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i I ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE JUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 716 CE HERMAN. Plaintiff til' HERMAN, also known as l|i DENNIS, Defendant. DAVID HERMAN, also known as kVID DENNIS, -7. Flanders Ho|el, W. 47th St., New York. fcw York. are required to serve a copy .ir answer to the Bill of Comt for Divorce on the plaintiff's :. and to file the original anthe office of the Clerk of the it Court on or before the fith Of June, A. D. 1951; otherwise, [Hill of Complaint for Divorce, ofore filed herein, will be taken bnfessed by you. Itnl at Miami. Florida, this the of May. 1951. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida Court Seal) '. PEIOE, Deputy Clerk l"ON A FRIEDMAN, •". y for Plaintiff ISeyboId Bite., Miami. Florida. 11 '• 25 OTI •Til id, (1 N, to Of COS Bit hi. i torn l.M I' |1-P CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai reigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of iilllo MOTORS \V. 38th St., Miami, Fla., Iniccister said name with the the Circuit Court of Dade I lori.la. SAMUEL L. WE1NDROP TAB, MAER & FLOYD %  ayne Building, 'la. vs for I. L. WEINDROP ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ie Jewish Floridlan olicita your lingal notice*. |We appreciate your [patronage) and auaran• accurate service at jal rate*. Phone 2-1141 messenger %  errice. iv T?. R P E R F PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF inr 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N \ D v" .A\V." : rovSTY, ui..,i:n,xi Plaintiff, \s BERNARD KARASICK l icfendant. TO: BERNARD KARASICK --i South Ith Street Brooklyn, New York v..,, ar e „< ,. i.> n..t ni, .1 thai ,, rim "', omplalnl H vorci has been riled against you, and you are hi reby required to s,.i ve a eap> t>l vo ir answer to ,i„. Rill of Complaint on plaintiff s attorney, and file the n Answer in the office of thi Cli "" I Ircult Court, on or bef the 28 day of May, 1951: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complain I will be taken as confessed against Dated this 27 day of April, |9fi] E. 1! LEATHERMAN Clerk of cii, U it Court (Circuit Coin t .s,.;,|. By it li RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. OEOROE .1 TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE 4fe LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PRORATE, NO. 25939, In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE PERDA, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands which you, or citli.r of you, mas have against the .state of JOSEPHINE PERDA, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. w. K. 111.ANToN. Comity Judge Of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida. within eight calendar months from tiedate of the first publication hereol Said claims or demands t" contain the legal address of the claimant and to be BWorn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be haired. Date April 26, A.D. 1951. MAURICE I ERDA, Aa Executor of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPHINE PERDA, Deceased MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executor 5/4-11-18-25 IN THE CIRCUIT coURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA—IN CHANCERY. NO. 140719. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ANGELA AMBRO, Plaintiff vs JEROME 0. AMRRO, Defendant. TO: JEROME 0. AMRRO 119 Central Avenue Brooklyn, New York. You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rill of Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve n copy Of your Answer to the Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys and file the original In the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on or before May 31st. 1951. THIS NOTICE shall he published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of May. 19U, E. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the eircult Court By WM. \Y. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALLOT, SILVER, ABDO & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 804 Ingraham BBuBlldinc, Miami, Fla. 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VEV that the undcrsiguud. desiring to encage In business iHfler the fictitious name LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL LABORATORY at SI 63" N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. 1 lorlda, Intends to reglBtei said name With the Cl.uk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida .1 \M:T a OOLDBERG KASS, FULLER 1 .' CULBREATH Attorneys for .land S. tioldberg 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cii'.cil'l OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140495. CHARLES GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE CROSS. Defendant. TO: ALICE GROSS e/o It. Uebowlti 60 Alabama Avenue Brooklyn. New York ..,_,,„,.,, You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to servei* cow of vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the Office of She Clerk of the Circuit I our on or before the 23rd day of May. 1151, in default of which, the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed ^B?^! ORDERED at Miami. Dade County. Horida, this 23rd da> of April. 1951 IjEATHE RMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (C ,rcul, Court ftl> w ggamia Deputy Clerk. LEO SHEINER Attorney for I'lalntlrr 302 Roper Building Miami 32. Florida 4/27 5/4-11-18 SEITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 Lines York sei ve BUI of PlalnIN TUv'SS B Y PUBLICATION |,T %  % %  ".' IT fOURT OF THE 'ITH Jl DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND v "\. ;} '!' % %  '"INIY. FLORIDA.— \ i lANi'UUY, No 140548. v %  -v'v P'ASECKI, Plaintiff. TO' ,11,!;^ ,!; %  -.-I^ 1 ,, f n ,ll nt %  % %  I lydn .i Ann Pearl Street New Yo,k city, New and ,,r JERSZY PIASECK1 c/p Mrs Anna Plasecka i I. Low* ka No n Kkiernleu Ice, Pi *OI are herebj required to a copy ol youi Answer to the '""pi.nut for Dlvorc the tin H Attornej and to file H rlglnal .;• In the Office or the Clerk of the i ircult Court on or before the Z4 day oi May, A.D 1951, otherwise. the Hill ,,f Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confused lv you DATED at Miami. Florida, this 21 day oi April, A.D 1951 E. I!. LEATHERMAN, < lerk ol the circuit Court ._, Hade County. Florida It Ircult Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy ci.rk. Name and Addn ss of Plaintiffs Attorney: MURRAY OOODMAN 910-12 Olympia Building Miand. Florida l J7 5 1-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 1 Hil7. LAURA FOLGER, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH .1 FOLGER. Defendant, To: JOSEPH J. FOLGER, Res 'I. in %  uioviiow n Mailing address: i General Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey. You are required to serve n copy or your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, ami to rile the original answer in the "' or the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 day of May, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will l,e taken as confessed bv you. i-.iteil at Miami, Florida, this the 20 day of April, 1951. i:. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, ,.,, -. .. '• %  pn'y Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. lii:':i Seybold Bide, Miami, Florida. 4 27 7./4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— In Chancery, No. 110551. EVELYN WARD. Plaintiff, vs. DONALD WARD, Defendant. TO: Do.NALI) WARD. Defendant 88-05 Springfield Blvd. Bayslde, Long Island, New York 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 to said Bill on the Plaintiff's attorney, NORMAN R. LYONS, !'l" olympia Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer In the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Mian :. i i.uie County, l"i.,i Ida, on or before the 23rd day or May, 1951, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED this 21 day of April. 1951 at Miami, Dade County, Florida. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit c,,urt Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy clerk. I 27 5 I-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersicned, desirinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of Martin Food Products at 10 S E Mil Street, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL MARTIN 4/27 5-4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersicned. desiring to encase In business under the fictitious name of Malvern Motel at 1T47."> Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL .1. KAUFMAN SOPHIE 0. KAUFMAN Co-Partners MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/27 r,/4-ll-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 140549. HAROLD W. WORSNOP, Plaintiff, vs. RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP, Defendant. To: RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP S65 Chestnut Street Kearny, New Jersey YoU are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney and to file the Original Answer In the Offl f Hie clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'l dav of May, A.D. 1951. otherwise. the BUI of c.mpiaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21 day of April. A.D, 1951. J IS. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade county, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Attorney: MURRAY GOODMAN 910-12 Olympia Building Miami. Florida 4/27 .'./4-11-18 t !• N. %  SKST. MIAMI SS. FLV NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I40MO. MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant TO: SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant 79 OliBNWOOD AVENUE BLNCHAMl'TON. NEW YORK YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIHED that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are herebv required to serve • a • copy of your Answer to the-Bill .of Complaint on the llaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer in the office ,,f the Clerk of the. Circuit.Court of Dade Countv, Florida, on or-.before the tSr* dav of May, lsr.i. otherwise the allegations of the BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed by > "l")ATED at Miami, Florida, this 21 dav of April, 1951. aa> oi A, I.KATHHRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court S^ ^^ Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS 910-U-12 Olympia Building Miami. Florida Attorney tor. Plaintiff 4/27 5/4-1U-18 %  '" %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersicned. desirinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of Peacock Salon ol Beauty at B36 s. -Miami Av.. Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade countv, Florida ULMA SIMPSON, Scde Owner 4/27 :./4-ll-l\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No 2 575 2 In Re: ESTATE i 'I-' HERMAN GLICK8BERG, I ie. eased. To All creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Jlgalnsl Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, Ol either of you, may have against the • state of HERMAN GLICKSBERG. I deceased, late of Miami Beach, l de County, Florida, to the Hon. w. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eicht calendar months from the date of the first publications hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and prcstnted as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 19311 Probate Act. 1*1 BLANCHE GLICKSBERG As Executrix of the I„ist will and Testament of Herman Clicksberc. Deceased. WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Blanche Glleksbers 4/20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersicned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Whitehart Hotel at 315 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Ha., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. H. R GORDON JACOB D CORDON MAMP.ER and LIFTER Attorneys for Applicants 350 Lincoln Road 4/20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140259. ROSLYN C. SMITH, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SMITH. Defendant. To Joseph Smith 3076 35th Street Astoria. Ixtng island. New York YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the hiiDof complaint in the above cause for divorce on the Plaintiffs attornej s, and file the original In the Offli e of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before May 14, 1951, otherwise said bill of complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated, this 13th day of April, 1951. K. H LEATHERMAN, Cl, rk of Circuit Court, .Dade County, Florida. (Circtilt Court Seal) By M. C, FEIGE, Deputy CU-rk. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 SevlNild Building Miami 32, Florida I 20-27 5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of Croydon Men's Shop at 111 N. E. 2nd \ve Miami, Intends to recister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. j'VCon WOLF Sole owner 5/4-11-1S-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY. NO. 14074S. JOSEPHINE ALONSO, Plaintiff, vs. CESAR ALONSO, Defendant. To: Cesar Alonso Juan Delgado No. 3 Santos Snare/. Havana, Cuba. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer on plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTBIN. WEIN8TEIN WEINSTEIN, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before May 28, 1951. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Dated this 2nd day of Mav. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. By: R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk. 0/4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tflfc ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 188910. MICHAEL l.EWIN an.I MAR(SUER1TE l.EWIN. his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and UELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wlfi MARK V D, WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR individually and as Trustee, Defendants. TO: HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLE BERNSTEIN, hit H f. MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., Individually and as Trustees, and if any of th,. above named defendants i" deceased, then the unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, asslgi H llenors, creditors, trustees, and all other parties claiming interests, by, througn, under or sealnst th* said HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLB BERNSTEIN, also Known As BELLA BERNSTEIN, his MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., In and to the property hereinafter described and all unknown spouses, heirs devisees, grantees, assignees, lleiiors creditors, trustees and parties claiming interests in said property, by throuch. under or against HARR1 BERNSTEIN and BELLI-: BERNSTEIN, also known as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D WADSWORTH and EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., individually and as trustee; and all unknown parties having or outlining to nave an) right, title, or Interest, In and to the following described property situate In Dade County, Florida: lad 5, In Block 5, of CORAL NOOK accordlnc to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book R. at Pac 116, of the Publli Records ol Dade County, IMoridS YOU, the above named and designated Defendants, both known and unknown, are herebv notified that the Plaintiff has filed his Bill of Complain! against you, and each of you as Defendants In the above styled cause in the Circuit Court in and tor the Eleventh Judicial circuit. In and for Dade County, Florida, to quiet and establish the title of the Plaintiff in and to the above described lands and to remove certain clouds upon the title of the Plaintiff thereto, and for such other relief as will more fully appear from the Bill of Complaint filed herein, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, Samuel Rubin, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the orlcinal Answer or Pleadlnc In the Office of tha '"lerk of the Circuit) Court on or before the 17th day of May. A. D. 1951. If you fail to do so judgment by default will be taker. 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 I 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 JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 23889. RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT GRAUSO, J iceeased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Aneillary Administrator of the estate of Robert Grauso, deceased; and that on the 21st dav of May, 1951, will apolv to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County Judce of I>ade 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. MALEK Ancillary Administr.,' ir. KAPLAN, D1ETZ .<• LA8KY Attorneys for Joseph W. Malek Ancillary Administrator Estate of Robert Grauso, Deceased 4 211-27 5 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE MARKET at 401 N. W nth Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HELEN FOLAND SOL FOLAND JOSEPH PAR1H) Attorney for Owners 914 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 1 -11-27 5/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA. IN AND Ft >R DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140396. HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, vs. PHILIP TUMAN, Defendant. To: Philip Tuman e/o John Tuman, 6*70 West Find Avenue, New York City, N. Y. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for divorce haa been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your -answer or pleading thereto on the plaintiff's attorney. HERBERT E KAUFMAN. 1629 duPont 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 fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridlan. DONF: and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this LSth day of April. 1951. FI. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy ClerK. HERBERT E. KAUFMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 4/20-27 6/4-11 -. I



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Miami, Fla
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May 11, 1951

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

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24NUMBER 19
>li I to ml Sales ller< !ar
I, Dr. Goodman Reports
Miami sales of Israel man, chairman of the Greater
bed the $300,000 mark Miami Committee for Bonds of
lime, Dr. Morris Good- Israel Government, reported.
The total was expected to pass
that figure by the conclusion of
the Golda Myerson rally sched-
uled for Thursday night. Dr.
Goodman called the results to
date in the local phase of a na-
tionwide $500,000,000 campaign
"gratifying and most enconiuu-
ing."
Final plans for Mrs. Myers an's
reception included a welcoming
delegation headed by ten Greater
Miami mayors and civic and re-
ligious leaders from West Palm
Beach. Fort Lauderdale, Holly-
wood and Key West.
Acceleration of bond sales fol-
lowing the rally was predicted
by Dr. Goodman, who pointed out
that the committee's organization
was almost complete ;.nd that
the number of volunteer workers
now could keep pace with the
applicants for bond purchases.
Additional information on the
campaign and the types of bonds
may be obtained at the Greater
Miami headquarters, 1703 Con-
gress Building, or at Miami
Beach headquarters, 1245 Wash-
ington ave.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
-__-*'
Remove Syrian
Threat, Sharett
Urges UN
TEL AVIV, (WNS)Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett, Acting
Premier of Israel during David
Ben Gurion's absence from the
country, has told UN truce super-
visors that Israel had no other
alternative but to defend itself
against the Syrian aggressors and
that his country would issue a
Robert Nathan, Leading Economist,
To Speak Here For Bond Campaign
Robert R. Nathan, top-ranking economist, former deputy direc-
tor of the U. S. Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, direc-
tor of the Economic Department of the Jewish Agency and a member
of the board of governors of the State of Israel Bond Issue, will be
in Greater Miami, tentatively on May 24 on behalf of the $500,000,000
State of Israel Bond Issue being
floated in this country.
Besides being a leading econo-
mist and an outstanding authority
on the economic opportunities
cease fire order the moment there ard problems of Israel, Nathan is
is a Syrian compliance with a UN
order to withdraw its troops from
Israeli territory in the de-nili-
tarized zone.
Mr. Sharett made his country's
position clear in reply to a letter
an eminent writer. In the book
'Palestine: Problem and Prom-
ise," which he co-authored with
Oscar Gass and Daniel Crearr.er,
Nathan prodicted that Israel
would be able to absorb a tre-
mendous influx of immigrants
Acting UN ChRi of Staff, request-! without detrimental effect on its
Acting UN Chief of taff. request- i economic structure,
ing an immediate cease fire order. Persons less infolTned than Na.
The Acting Premier further than consiciered his estimates
pointed out hat the cease fire i fo0lhardv, but the large-scale im-
agrV' migration of the past few years,
enabled the Syrians to build up which has seen the population of
added forces for another attack. Israel rise from 600,000 to more
Simultaneously. Mr. Sharett told I than a million, has borne out the
Morris Goodman
[ David Congregation has
ay offers for the sale of
lilding since its new
re was erected at 2625
Brd ave., but Rabbi Max
its officers, and mem-
it that they could only
Ksh stidueation Bureau Aequires
teth David I a I mud Torah
old Beth David Talmud Torah building at 135 N. W. 3rd
andmark in Miami Jewish history, is now changing han'T,.
Bract has just been signed conveying the property to the
lot Jewish Education of Greater Miami, to take effect in
program was to make any prog-
ress, Schwartzman explained
When the old Beth David site
became available a committee of
the bureau, headed by Harry
Simonhoff, presented the need of
this building for the bureau to
the planning committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Approval of the project was ob-
tained, and permission to raise
the necessary funds was voted by
the Federation's executive com-
mittee.
With the consent of the Fed-
eration, two other Jewish com-
munity organizations have
agreed to rent quarters at the
new bureau building, the Miami
chapter of the Council for Jew-
ish Women, and the Jewish
Vocational Service.
A committee of the bureau has
been organized to raise the linit-
ed funds needed to close the pur-
chase and to renovate the build-
ing, A quiet campaign will soon
he conducted by this committee.
' which includes Simonhoff. chair-
man, Louis Heiman. Matilda H.
Ratner, Israel Shapoff, Benjamin
Mevers, Max Meisel, Seymour
Leibrr.an, and Joseph Dur.tov.
Anti-Mask Law
Hits Ku Kluxers
A new law, effective August 1,
was signed by Gov. Fuller War-
den Tuesday to outlaw the wear-
ing of masks or the burning of
crosses in public places or on
private property.
Aimed specifically at-the Ku
Klux Klan, that group is never
mentioned by name.
The law prohibits the wearing
of masks by any person over 16
years old in public or on private
property of another without
permission of the owner. It aiso
prohibits exhibits designed to in-
spire fear in another person
The wearing of holiday, festi-
val, safety and theatrical masks
is exempt. Penalties up to $a00
in fines or 90 days in iail. or botn,
are provided for offenders.
To VteHKibbutz
NEW YORK, (JTA)-Mrs. Wil-
liam O. Douglas, wife of the Su-
preme Court Justice and her
daughter, will visit Israel and
stay in a kibbutz this summer
the New York Post reported this
week.
a press conference that the situa-
tion had become "seriously aggra-
vated" as a result of Syria's bold
belligerency.
In the meantime fighting con-
tinues along the Israel-Syrian
frontier. Israel's forces have
thrown back a number of as-
saults, but the enemy was report-
ed massing more forces. While
most of the fighting was on the
ground, the Syrians sent up two
planes over the area in wnat was
considered a reconnaisance flight.
Israel Warships
To Visit Here
Two warships of the Israel
Navy, flying the blue and white
flag of King David across the At-
lantic for the first time in history
will make a goodwill visit to
Greater Miami in mid-June in
conjunction with the nation-wide
launching in this country of the
$500,000,000 State of Israel Bond
Issue.
The flotilla is composed of a
frigate, "Misgav," (Secure Ha-
ven) and a corvette. "Haganah."
(Defense). Both ships are under
the command of 30-year-old Com-
mander Shlomo Erel, who served
with the United States Maritime
Fleet both in the Battle of the
accuracy of his predictions.
A native of Ohio, Nathan holds
graduate degrees in law and eco-
nomics from the University of
Pennsylvania and Georgetown
university. At 25, he joined the
U. S. Intervenes In
Israeli-Syrian Clash
WASHINGTON, (WNS) A
statement that it was taking defi-
nite measures toward ending the
Israel-Syrian conflict was issued
here by the State Department.
The declaration was made fol-
lowing a visit to the Department
by Israel Ambassador Abba S.
Eban, who requested U. S. gov-
ernment intervention. The State
Department said it had sent com-
muniques to American diplo-
matic missions in Israel and Syria
and that it had been in touch
with Great Britain and France.
The Department of State also
proposed that the Security Coun-
cil take immediate action toward
ending the struggle.
United States Department of Com-
merce as an economist and rapid-
ly rose to become the chief of the
National Income Division.
In 1940. Nathan joined the Na-
tional Defense Advisory Com-
mission as assistant director of
research and statistics in charge
of military and civilian require-
ments.
Shortly after the United States
declared war on Japan and Ger-
many, Nathan became chairma
of the Planning Committee of the
War Production Board, but in
April, 1943, he resigned to enter
the fight as a private in the U S.
Army.
When the fighting was over, he
returned to Washington to serve
as Deputy Director of the Office
of War Mobilization, resigning in
December, 1945, to return to pri-
Skit To Highlight
Federation Meet
Harry Simonhoff
their old building, per-
led with past spiritual ac-
Ses. to an organization that
esented the continuity of
objectives. Hence, the sale
He Bureau of Jewish Edu-
n, was made at some loss
l>e congregation itself, syna-
le oficials said.
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tor the past two years has
{confined to four smallxooms
|e Congress building. Its pro-
has been hampered by lack
r^ace, Louis Schwartzman
u director said. The central
h library with its 2500 vol-
l in Yiddish, Hebrew and
(bh has been stalemated by
of reading room space and
of shelf space. At frequent
Vals when the bureau pub-
it many bulletins, actual
Mice into the bureau offices
ne a problem. More space for
(bureau was demanded if its
A dramatization of the history
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Alantic and in the Battle of the eration will highlight the thir-
Pacific in World War II. The | teenth annual meeting of the or-
ships are manned by 191 officers ganization to be held at the Bis-
and men, all of them veterans of I cayne Room of-.the Columbus Ho-
Robert Nathan
vate practice as a consulting eco-
nomist, his current occupation.
In addition to Palestine: Prob-
lem and Promise," Nathan has
written a book on wartime eco-
nomy, "Mobilizing for Abun-
dance," and he has contributed
to many economic and legal pub-
lications.
Israel's War of Independence in
1948. and most of them survivors
of Nazi concentration camps.
Members of the crew emigrated
to Israel from 24 different coun-
tries.
The warships were welcomed
in New York by a delegation
headed by Charles Horowitz,
tel on Wednesday, May 16. at 8:15
p. m., William D. Singer, presi-
dent, has announced.
The original skit, written by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe
Boxerman, will follow dinner.
Spotlighting the achievements of
the central Jewish organization
since it was founded, the playlet
Deputy Mayor of New York, Is- j wju feature seven men who have
rael Consul General in New York, headed the group during this pe-
and Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
riod. They include Stanley C.
chairman of the Board of Gover- Myers, Benjamin E. Bronston,
nors of the American Financial j gam Blank, Monte Selig, Max
and Development Corporation for Orovitz, Jacob Sher and Singer.
Israel which is directing the sale This will be the first time that all
of State of Israel Bonds in this have taken part in a presentation
country.
In many respects the "Misgav"
of this type.
Reports will
be given by
"Haganah" are unlike any George Chertkof, chairman of the
naval ships afloat. Originally dis- \ budget committee; Joseph M
carded by large naval powerS\ the I Rose, treasurer;
Israel warships were salvaged
from scrap, rebuilt from the wa-
ter up and outfitted. Prior to
Israel's declaration of indepen-
dence, the ships were used to
'smuggle so-called "illegal" immi-
grants into Palestine.
They successfully ran the Brit-
ish blockade, and then with the
proclamation of independence
were ratified for naval use and
ordered to steam out and engage
enemy warships approaching to
shell Tel Aviv. They were cred-
ited with the destruction of an
enemy flagship in the Naval Bat-
tle of Gaza.
Friedland, campaign chairman.
Dan B. Ruskin has been nomi-
nated for presidency to succeed
Singer, who has been named for
honorary presidency of the or-
ganization.
Others nominated for office are
Jack Ablin, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Sam Friedland, Sidney Lefcourt,
Carl Weinkle. vice presidents;
Mrs. Louis Glasser, secretary;
Howard Kane, treasurer; Sam
Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Samuel
Katz, Marcie Liberman, Mrs. Ben
Meyers, I. L. Mintzer, Stanley C.
Myers, Max Orovitz, Joseph M.
(Continued on Page 4A)
Ben Gurion Confers
With U, S. Officials
WASHINGTON, (WNS) Is-
raeli Premier David Ben Gurion
who was received by President
Truman at a luncheon at the
Blair House, is slated for a num-
ber of conferences with high gov-
ernment officials, including one
with President Truman.
People who attended the lunch-
eon said the President displayed
keen interest in what is going on
in Israel. Mr. Truman also pro-
posed a toast to Israeli President
Chaim Weizmann, whom he con-
siders a personal friend and one
of the world's great statesmen.
The atmosphere at the luncheon
was one of cordiality, and friend-
ship. Mr. Ben Gurion was said
to have been highly impressed by
the reception at the Blair House.
The Israeli Premier conferred
with Secretary of Defense George
C. Marshall. Aftr the 45-minute
parley Mr. Ben Gurion told news-
men that the talks centered about
the maintenance of peace in the
Middle East and matters of mu-
tual interest to the United States
and Israel. He and Israel Am-
bassador Abba E. Eban also met
with W. Averill Harriman, spe-
cial assistant to the President,
but the nature of the talks was
hot divulged. Mr. Harriman said
he utilized the conference to in-
quire about conditions in the
Middle East.


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Its Humble Beginnings
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Has the JNF Become a Sacred Cow'
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
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K.egnjfie.nl Accomplishments
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of the J
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foundation
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rmatioi tuation has
Gorerr.menlal Function
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tor the ] ( land: the
Israeli govern 5 suff
It is not in I

sell flags : '
Jewish Natior.al Fund.
Ger.t "ted that
- to the Governments i^ .
the JNr is no agency of tl 'wJ
Furtl .'.more, such a t g*t ^
land productive is the fir lge,,0*
>n. Theinsl '/<;al *ithj
tor the ei tire population is noT,tl*rWj
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meritorious er.ogh Yet tl ,Uni
nted wh ^hil
luring h bm^a
mplishmenta .... "*]
med efforts of a v ''*
its income from charity "
UJA Campaigrs
The energies expendable in jnf coii .
put t : ett i use. Obviously. I uildine un^fS
State has outgrown tl. :.;,'(
mitting 750.000 pem UK3M
Medinas Israel has led its
Armed force, including n
'Marshall Plan' May Pave Way For
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can bo no let up. Worl I Jewry ust co-t'nv.. -
vide S200.000.000 ar.nuaUj VJA citmB
The Bor.d Drive
But a greatei task Bond Dm, d
half billion dollars is a n ,'v V JJJ
Jewry can ill afford to evade. No one "hasT2
understarding of the necessiu r creatinjii
industrial economy in a n ,; ;c*.vjjj
resources. Factories, shops. : "'imifcS
be set up to employ the Olim. ; : .K..ngmS?
hind Ihe Iron Curtain, or fU :i lands<*
by the midnight of Islam tig trj JN'F J3
not bring econoi; Israeli
industries. Only large sun..- will suffice.
The JNF clarion cry was: Ri I t.-.eiaadtfM
for the people of Israel. This n acoasS
The present battle cry is Pi industry iaS
for Israel. To this task ir.ei en, and cffl
must devote their lull cap
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rVTIUT IS SO remarkable, you ask, about a
I W father helping his son plant a seedling tree?
This is what is remarkable: it is happening in
Israel today, on Israel's third anniversary of
[Statehood. And the odds were overwhelmingly
| that it could never happen at all.
The odds were that the father would die
Lin Europe as six million other Jews died
under Hitler. Yet he got through to the
[new, shining land. The odds were that the
desert soil of Israel could not be made to
[flourish. But the father, and tens of thou-
sands like Mm, brought more to the task
than hoes and harrows.
Now you sec the roots going down. Not just the
roots of the seedling... human roots, too. The tree,
the boy and Israel will all grow together. And
along with them will grow and flourish the world's
most precious way of life democracy.
In just three years you have helped transplant
500,000 homeless refugees to Israel, have given
them the chance to begin a new and hopeful life.
But the work is only half done. Your help-through
the United Jewish Appeal is needed still to bring
200,000 more this year, to reclaim land, plant
forests, build settlements and homes so that these
newcomers, too, can sink firm roots in Israel's soil.
Give now, while there is time.
I
\Jrated Jewish ^peal
Cash-Your Birthday Gift to Israel
Let Israel's Third Birthday be the occasion
for a birthday gift-a birthday gift that you
can give today. You can give it by paying
your pledge the pledge you made to our
community campaign on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal. Pay your pledge today -and
thereby give the UJA the cash it must have
for great events like the one shown here.
Today, more than ever before, cash means
life. Cash today for UJA means that Jews
who are now in lands of darkness will cele-
brate Israel's fourth birthday-in Israel.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
B behalf of Joint Distribution Committee
United Palestine Appeal United Sertice for New Americans
re
salute the State of Israel on the Third Anniversary of its Independence


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J2PAY.MAY'
EDITORIAL
Time tor Sober Rejoicing
This is a time for celebration and for rededi-
cation.
The State of Israelproclaimed three years
ago, on the fifth day of the Hebrew month of
Iyaris entering Year IV cf its independence.
Throughout the world, freedom-loving people
and we Jews especiallyare marking this joyous
occasion.
But unlike Chanuka or Purim, the anniversary
of the Jewish state's founding cannot be com-
memorated merely with song and dance.
The sober facts speak for themselves:
As Israel completes its third year and enters
its fourth, scores of thousands of homeless Jews
in Moslem countries, behind the Iron Curtain and
in other areas of tension and distress wait for the
United Jewish Appeal to move them to the Jewish
state.
Thousands of immigrants c:e today living in
makeshift camps along the Israeli coast, waiting
for the opportunity to work again and beccme pro-
ductive citizens of "democracy's outpost in the
Middle Ecst." They waiton American Jewry
and the United Jewish Appeal.
Huge sums of money are required by the
UJA to provide food, medicines, clothing, homes
and jobs for Israels newcomers.
Before the end of July, 20,000 housing units
must be built for the flood-tide of immigrants be-
ing moved to Israel. Before July 31, record-
breaking numbers of Jews must be transferred to
Israelas the threat remains that emigration
bars will be let down to trap thousands of Jews
seeking freedom end democracy.
The government and the people of Israel have
demonstrated time and again during the last
three years that nothing will alter their attention
of keeping the gates of Israel open to all home-
less Jews.
All of us rr.al-re take pride in the achievements
le possible in Israel through our support of
Gradual ion Exorcises for llbrcw
S-liool SfhcMtnled for Mav 'Z'.\
tfici B
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MUST BE USED l
to PREVENT
THE RESURGENCE
OF GERMAN
FASCISM AND
MILITARISM-
TAKE HEED!
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the United Jewish Appeal. But the task is not
finished.
Not until the homeless have been brought
home and the uprooted resettled can we cele-
brate Israel's birthdays solely with song and
dance.
Meanwhile, let us redouble our support of the
campaign in this community on behalf of the
United Jewish Appealon behalf of everything
that must be done in Israel during Year IV of
its independence.
Woman ot BUUnciUu
In a spirit of rededication. Miamian,
ing the third anniversary of Israeli j. *"
with a mass rally at the Miami Beach?"
Auditorium. Guest of honor and princi^
er is Israel's dynamic Minister of LaC'
Myerson, who is speaking in behalf ?
S500.000.000 Independence B^nd Drive
Few women have reached such a posh;
international fame as the popular Wi*
woman. Farm worker, author, diploma '
live, government leader, school teacher
and crusader for peace and freedom Gol
erson has become one cf Israel's most A
and forceful spokesmen.
Her top-ranking position in the Israeli
culminates a lifetime of service in the
movement. She left her school teachino
Milwaukee to settle in in kibbutz in "
1921.
Her rise from poultry farmer to
official is a phenomenal one. Three ye
her arrival in the Middle Eastern couoh^
joined the Histadruth's building and conHmt
cooperative. In 1930 she became directoM
Aviron, Ltd.. the embryo of the Israeli Air Fm
organized 20 years ago by the Histadruth, Shaft
after, she was named the only woman of thefii
member secretariat of Histadruth.
In 1946, she headed the political sectac
Jerusalem of the Jewish Agency. When the heu
of the agency were imprisoned by the Mand*
Powers, she took over. After the establ
of the Jewish state, Prime Minister Ben
appointed her first ambassador to Russia,
her return from Moscow, she was given her
ent cabinet post.
Miami is proud to play host to such a dstl
guished visitor. To one of Israeli's first titan
we offer a rousing shalom.




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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
'Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Thi Sen teg who fin I al o.-|
ti-Semitic. It
which lo label J< v. ish deft i subn
This .: by Cai
mists is the ti-Semit
Sen. Josh
McCarl ...\r. loQtel
Coi
Upton Close, a radio commentator whose record hss beat
publicized by the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. recall
attacked the ADL for accusing him of anti-Semitism. Close all
the ADL's action cost him a number of radio cutlets Heidi
that "Howard Fast and the Hollywood Communists began *l
smear campaign" against him and tre ADL wis following throtjU
by continuing the same "line." Republican Sen tor McCaithy.sl
a letter to Close, indicated agreement, saying. A favorite ssm |
of course, is to claim that a man is anti-Sen :
McCarthy on anti-semitism
I
when 'I
.' ADL
lit'.' I
The McCarthy Uttef was written after a syndicated wM
by this reporter disclosed that McCarthy inserted Case's pPM
gar.dd. unfriendly to Jews, in the Congressici-.:*: Recoid. ?"jj
Rabinowitz, a co-chairman of the Federated Jewish Chat:W |
Sheboygan. Wis.. wrote McCarthy in protest. R = binowiii *r
"We in Wisconsin are shocked et this new association of You" Tj
lemember that you are one willing to label one a Communal^
'association'." McCarthy replied that he thought a lot ij
Jewish race as a whole" and indicated that he might
Close's stuff from the Congressional Record.
THE SENATOR WRITES AGAIN
It was then that McCarthy turned around and wr,'r^5|
" : tl to Clo icplained to Cl ::e Pnn
to get mixi I up in any anti-Semitic charges against you or *.
else, regardless of how unjustified those chai ght.. mB*
Carthy told Close that the latter's alleged anti-Semusm *
itely not the reason" for the removal of the material iron"
Congressional Record. ^H
The linkage of hate-mongers with politi. ians nas pro_r.
Judge Meier Steinbrink. national chairman of the ADL l~2j,i
a Kefauver-type investigation of the "political ur.denvoria
the professional hate-mongers, who have I ,dl."S.. i
can people, meet and work secretly wil :"?uta"'**>
Steinbrink said that thev "helped to plot the l*"*,^
v against Mrs. Anna Rosenberg" and must be exp**;*"
as the Kefauver Committee revealed how cl na
' rk with "reputable" officiala
BIGOTRY IS LOSING POLITICS" .. .bid
Steinbrink has also named McCarthyism as a I aero fj[
relps the spread of intolerance. He said that tho-t ^
ulterior political purposes hurl blanket charges of torn
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T* 1i
tables Women
Seal oiifleers
New officers of the B'nai B'rith
Women of Coral Gables wire in-
stalled by Mrs. William Hechl< .
at an installation dinner held al
the Floridian Hotel on Sunday,
May (j.
Seated at the rues wire Mrs
Sidney Suss, president; Mes-
dami a Sidni y Posi n, [rm i Ti s-
cher, and Arthur Winkli
vice preside nls; Mrs. Al I.
recording secretary; Mrs. William
Epstein, financial secretary: Mrs.
Sol Rappaport, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Arthur S mm < r-
feld. treasurer: Mrs. Hy Fried-
man, historian: Mrs. Peter Glaz-
er, parliamentarian; and Mrs. A.
Frank Wellins. Monitress.
Board members include Mes-
dames Arthur Sheir. Sidney Has-
koe, Sidney Boeninger, Louis
Heines, Heniy Bhrenkranz, Jack
Loback, Irving Matlin, Sidney
Covner and Joseph Rogers.
Shochet on Premises
Tucs., Wed. & Thlirs. til Noon
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Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Choral Group, under the direction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
kl make ;ts debut on Friday. May 11. in a special service in honor of ihe third anniversary of
ae! independence, written and narrated by Rabbi Leon Kronish. with appropriate Sabbath and
lacli music arranged bv Cantor Kelemer. Herman Fried will be at the organ. Seated fl, to t.)
olficers of the choral unit. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, treasurer; Miss Rhea Katz, secretary: Mrs. An-
ile Goldin, chairman: Cantor Kelemer: Mrs. Ruth Robbms, Dresident of the sisterhood: Mrs. Eve
fldrr.an. publicity; and Mrs. Stella Gordon, librarian. Others in the photograph are (second
g, 1. to r. I Mesdames Rose Kogn, Rose Kelemer. Gertrude Berlin, soloist. Mary Wynn. so'oist, Ida
jenthel and Sylvia Kapan; 'third row Mesdames Shirley Green. Janet Teplilz. Blanche Ross,
tsider.l of the PTA, Rose Goldin. Hertz. Pansy Flaum and Gertrude Joseph. Members not pic-
led are Mesdames amille Eaum. Sondra Jacobson. Belle Fishman. Edith Sonn. Claire Felton and
omi Ross. The group was organized by Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Annette Goldin.
aill Heads Tfercth Israel Men
1 tie: Albeit Zeitzew, Ralph Hol-
lander, special programs; Philip
Jacoby. Elliott Robin, reception.
Installation is scheduled for
May 16.
Jackson Nursing School
Will Hold Open House
Jackson Memorial Hospital
School of Nursing will hold open
house at the hospital on Sunday.
May 13. from 2 to 4 p. m.
Activities for the afternoon will
include conducted tours of the
hospital and nurses' home, dem-
onstrations, movies, view of the
new wing, informal talks and re-
freshments.
Max Grant
\a\ Grant has been elected
pident of the Men's Club of
reth Israel Northside Center.
hers named to office were
fray Rines, vice president;
Ing Stain, treasurer; Robert
ikin, sergeant-at-arms.
fommittecs include Irving Dia-
nd. Herman Kutun, Floyd, en-
fainment; Jules Wilson, Wil-
Altman, Leon Kutun, ath-
Jewish Schools Get Tests
The annual testing in all the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
was held on Sunday, May 6. Spe-
cial tests composed by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education were
given to classes 3 through 10.
A special bulletin will be is-
sued giving the results of this
testing program and showing the
"norm" of achievement for the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami.
Mrs. F. Roth Named
Leader Of Detroiters
Mrs. Francis Roth was named
new president of the Detroit Jun-
| iors at the group's May 5 election.
Othei officers elected were Dr.
S. Kreisler. Bernie Meyer and Sid
Harris, vice presidents; Francine
! Weinstein, secretary treasurer:
' and Jody Kreisler, corresponding
secretary.
Comittee chairmen are Bernie
Ehod and Al Kreisler, entertain-
ment; Florence Harris, member-
ship; Ruth Garbor, hospitality:
and Andrew Roth, ways and
means.
Officers will be installed at a
, dinner to be announced later.
The next group activity, ac-
cording to Dr. Kreisler, will be a
wiener roast at Crandon Park on
May 21 at 8:30 p.m. Reservations
may be made by calling Francis
Roth. 4-1429.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave.
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The Young Adult League of
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Center, with cooperation of Mi-
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nival Nite" on May 13 at 8 p.m.
at the center.
Entertainment will be provided
by Windy Kruger as "Mistress of
Ceremony," Mel Mininson, Ber-
ney Ike, Marty Ike, Mel Voila
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ALPERT
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ast week at Miami Beach High ; "? *
By HELEN ALPERT
Beach B^nai B'rith Women To Seat
leaders At Sans Sonei May 15
MiHnn Weinkle will be and Dr. Donald Michelson, diree-
Mrs, _M'2^"^V"f the M.ami tor of the Hillel House at the
SSSOSviu
seated as president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of B'nai B nth
May 15, at
Hotel.
Honor guests at the luncheon
ceremonies will be Mayor Har-
old Turk, national Hillel commis-
sioner; Walter Kovner. president
JEWISH FOLKS:
Comments were rapturousno
after the thrilling annual concert last
School, of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus.
For proof, follow the reactions of one woman, throughout. It s
been years since she attended such an evening anywhere. She was
amazed and delighted with the Ben Yomens' productions, and espe- (
ciallv captivated with Ben Yomen's creation around the Megillah of the Hillel Advisory Committee;
The beautiful quality of the singersthe sensitiveness of Margaret
Ben Yomenthe solos of Nathaniel Sprinzenbut above all. the j
tremendous talent of Ben himself so gripped her that she confesses
she rushed up to him like a teen-age swooner when she spotted him
on the street later .
I think she was probably their most joyous listener. She raced
straight to Tell me All. and darn near took all night doing so. Who
is she? As special identity for Ben, I offer his greatest admirer.
Mrs. Far.nie Alpert, mv mother.
ON TOUR:
Now you knowIra Lery and his cute wife Mimi say that
the wing-ding at their Colorgraphic Press unveiled a new press .
Atlantic Towers' hotel-owner George Rubin has left for another
quickie business trip DELAYED MALE still hasn't delivered
the postcard from Habana, from Florence and Bill Glick .
In New York on a concentrated focus for his hotel is Max
Benkowitz. He owns the Delmonico Lensman Harold Kaye
plans to open a kodachrome photo studio this summer in Atlantic
City Checker at the Gaiety is Milt Kipnis. who until now was
auditor-bookkeeper for the Chez Paree. He's one of our nicest
young fellers .
COLLEGIATE:
First "summer job" news comes from Hilary Levin. Cornell
soph. She's been accepted as psychiatric aide at the Institute of
Living in Hartford. Conn. Frieda ana Harry Cohen of Hotel New
Yorker revealed Saturday right, at the hotel as* :..tion banquet,
that Hilary listed them as h< r business references ;n Miami Beach.
Okay. Friedawhat you replnd musta clinched it! Tribal pride.
envelops the Miami Beach uncle and aunt of Cornell's Dave Becker. '
Daw goes into Harvard medical school in September and just -----
this week wo:, the Woodford Public Speaking contest. His topic: nr- i
A nst th( Nergo and Our World Position Today.' Illi l(.'\
Prize: S12C. Dave'.- folks are Hertford's Harry Beckers, and Harry Tn Vfarrv Sino'r'P
(an attorney) went to school with Miami's auto-dealer. Ed Fischer -,it" 'J '""h*-1
so w : :: ill world. ( I Betrothal of Miss Shirley Reta
HEROIC HERITAGE: Fruchtman to Norman Rose, son
N -l. Will with National feeble Mr iind Mr! So1 Rose "f
1 unroll I I tory of thi Mi S ti n,
: ''' ....... -the hand-
ation lui at I -; x ny. Lo<
!oun il's first pr< xy, fan i I Mrs.
: tarted I u th a pei :fl8.
Sylvia G t of d. p
in Havai .... 1926 saw Mrs Is -a,
the
Axelrod Succi I successful < ntii
Meyer S tz. M B< n W t1 Mrs. 3 -
L nd hi -; tl ghl I courses in 1
...
' others like Mrs Sidnev Lewis (re-
'': :: Mrs. Benv-onm Levine Mrs
," te,s'..... Sylvia Williams Mi Stanley C. Myers. Mrs Aaron
'' '": ;: mcil represenl .. training-ground
or li ship, action, achievements
FOR YOUR CALENDAR: THE NEW GIFT IDEA of Israeli
bonds for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs and anniversaries and any-
occasion. voiced by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsbura!
CHAMPAGNE AND STEAK:
fk m!" C"Uidn\h;',v'' l"""1'1 hearing about the terrific banquet of
the Miami Beach Hotel Association. Saturdav night at the Steak
"'^t' ? ":RRPr than laSt ****'* Packed h,
,1 k }' Co52nl?a**i Jim Landon said the throng
ied the brains of the Florida hotel industrybut there were
Mrs. Milton Weinkle
tor
University of Miami.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle will install
the president and offer the
charge, while Mrs. Harold Turk
will preside at rites for other
officers and board members.
Also to be recognized at the
exercises are Mrs. Ben Lebow,
Mrs. Sam Nudelman, Mrs. Charles
Goldberg, vice presidents; Mrs.
Maurice Weltman, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Helen Sanders, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Jack Sil-
verman Mrs. Sam Pollack, cor-
responding secretaries; Mrs.
Arthur Frishman, treasurer; Mrs
Jeanette Teller, guardian; Mrs.
David Denner, sentinel: Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom. Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
honorary trustees; Mrs. Harold
Turk. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs.
Seymour Satin, trustees; Mrs. Ida
Optner. counselor.
Members of the board include
Mesdames Jack Abbott, Dave Al-
per. Theodore Arvan, Gilbert
Balkin. Meyer A. Baskin, Max
Berlin, George J Bertman. Harry
Cohen, Harry Einhorn, Sy. Eng-
lander. Jack Fein, I. Leo Fish-
bein. Max Schwartz, Pansy
Flaum, Morris Goldin, Sam Gold-
stein. Alexander Libow. Ceil Lip-
kin. Abraham Miller. Ben New-
man, Harry Reiser, B. Rimer,
Donald Rubin. Harold Spigel.
Samuel Wax and Abraham Berg.
Fruchtman
r, N. Y. has been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr i nd
Mrs. David Fruchtman. 815 Alton
Road, Miami Beach.
Miss Fruchtman was gradu
from Miami Beach High School
House.
room.
typif
hundred
Sholem Women To
Install Mrs. Herman
The annual installation lunch-
eon of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach
will be held on Wednesday. May
16. at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony
ll itel.
The installation will take the
f >rm of a musical written by the
:. mple's spiritual leader. Rabbi
Leon Kr mish, and will be sur..r
by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, ac-
1 by Hy Fi i< d
To be seated are Mrs Saul Her-
man, president; Mrs. Aaron Fa:..
Shop, the meat men ar.d golly, EVERYBODY'
SamARnJTv^ineVdhiS Wife Sat "f the Pecial P'* table .
F>iTn' !f u"?''6 were with the Ri'kind family Mver
fhev h?DA ^" F"ed" jus, missed out on a new.'.hot when
usual JfrtMU flZ?\, M",Ud R8tner looked s""ni"9
and Davis Institute for Medical
Technicians.
Her fiance, a graduate of the
University of Rochester and East-
man School of Music, is now
studying voice in New York. He
served three years in the Army
Air Force.
Goldveis
Ponce de Leon High Schools
the Univi | Miami
Mr J : gradnzlti
Brooklyn Technical H:gh
and :.. nivers y of
Scho :ig. Heb
to Tau Ep Phi
nity; i ;
Tau.
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No dal been set tori
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Esther Dorothy Liss Selects August 12
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Seat Mrs. Krensky
place in
engagement to Emanuei Sponder
son of Mrs. and Mrs. Samuei
Afrs. Saul Herman
Mrs. Irving Rothman and Mrs.
Louis Stoff, vice presidents Mrs.
Abe Solosko, recording secretary,
Mrs. Fred Somerstein, corre-
jrs. Louis J Krensky was in- sponding secretarv; Mrs. Irving
stalled as president of the Greater Bachrach. financial secre'jry,
iation of Mrs. Murray Reckson, treasurer
Miami
honorary musical fraternity;
Alpha Pi. social sorority; Mian ,rv: M,s Theodore Ber-
Musicians Club and Hillel Coun- ',"an' corresponding
cii. She is a charter member of Mrs- Martin Samuels, treasurer'
bigma Lambda Phi. women's "nd Gloria Torem, board
royp, an I the stafl ber~at-lai
of the M Cen. Mrs Sidney Lewis, chairman
ters Sunday S the installation luncheon was
::' pidemiol Mrs Frederi.
gist with the Navy in W .. | Wai GJ "'"' Mrs Jack Sc
a An alumnus I t\,l- Mi Fr. | Atla and Miss -.
New York Univ. rsity and entertained
William and Mar;. G
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~.auu nw BBA fi of Miami Alpha Eta
t.nHno". of Alpha Epsilon Phi
tending the I:.
""" at this luncheon
b *t.Sfh ru Beta Epsilon. honorary local and were invited
S[ Counn? haS b Ume- S'
Esther Dorothy Liss
Betrothal Announced
Betrothal and approaching
?dITudg of Mlss Betty Albert to
Jacob Rosner of Miami Beach
lave been announced by the
> include
Dorui Moore, Esta Fritz, Marilyn
Gould. Marion Weinberg
nita v\ olf.
and
Sponder of Miami Beach and New : bride-elect's
York, has been revealed by her Albert oTcamden V f" N,ttta
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IY, MAY 11. 1951
VJmitiitturHtor,
rsonally Speaking .
Jhe bri of Joseph Judah Kleinman. son ol Mr. nnd Mrs.
[Kleinman of 821 N. W. 10th Avenue, took place Tuesday
1 25. Participating in the simcha were Mr. and Mrs I
jper. who acted as godparents; Rabbi Max Shapiro sanl
[and Rabbi Philip Fried. moheL n
*
j. and Mm. Samuel Gurss. 561 N. E. 68th Street, left this
for their summer cottage in Avon Lake. Ohio, where they
emain until October 15. En route they will spend a week
lite Springs. Fla.
* +
Jr. and Mrs. Harold Berkowitz announce the birth of a
hter, Elyso Helene. on April 11.
* *
eaving for a six-month sojourn in Israel are Mr. and Mrs
Goldberg. 108 6th Terrace, DiLido Island, Miami Beach!
^* '^* ^*
_r. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509 Swanson Avenue, were
[ at a party Sunday afternoon in honor of the third birth-
bl their daughter, Natalie. Thirty of her playmates helped
Celebrate the occasion.
* *
fisiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and their chil-
I Elaine and Tod, are Mrs. Aronovitz' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
[Richman of Manning, S. C.
* *
be Robert Barons of Miami will spend a three-day week-
Willenstad, Curacao. Dutch West Indies, beginning May
. Baron is a graduating senior at the University of Miami.
Baron is affiliated with the Anti-Defamation League, Miami
* *
labbi D. Bernard Stolper of Brooklyn, N. Y., is a guest at
|des Hotel, Miami Beach. He came here to join his wife,
vas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch. of
Beach.
* *
r. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are spending cr few days in
nah, Ga.
* *
lugene Rosenthal. son of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthcl. Di
prive. Miami Beach, was recently honored "t the Univer-
bl North Carolina by being named the outstanding first
|student in chemistry.
);i M. AbramsTo Wed Stephen S. Kessler
: of Miss Anna Merle now employed in lh;,t capacity at
Both David Siudents To Honor
a,Pent At Luncheon Sunday
A llirk'hrnn mill k, t;___ v.. ,- r. jV_
PAGE 7 A
A luncheon will be given by
the Beth David PTA on Sunday,
May 13, at 12:30 p.m. at the Mi-
amian Restaurant to honor the
parents of Beth David Sunday
School children.
A show entitled "Do You Re-
member?" will be presented by
the children of the Sunday school,
under the direction of Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman.
Also on the program is a spe-
cial Parent's Day skit, to be pre-
sented by the second grade, un-
der Miss Florence Moss. Partici-
pants will be Joseph Baum, Judy
Binder, Randolph Bush, Ellyne
Chaftez, Marlene Cynamon.
Elaine Donnerstag, David Dwor-
kin, Peggy Gclb, Annette Grant,
Adel Kleiman, Terry Merkin,
Arthur Siier, Judith Kaiser, Phvl-
8 Candidates Vie
For May Queen
Miss Diane Star and Mrs. Isa-
belle Kneapler are the last two
contestants to enter the race for
title of May Queen of the Flag-
ler-Granada dance and popularity
contest to be held at the Casa-
blanca Hotel, Miami Beach, on
Saturday, May 12.
Miss Star, 22 years old, is a
member of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Young Adults. She is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, member of Kappa Delta Pi,
to Stephen S. Kessler
nnounced at a cocktail party
y at the home of the bride-
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
the institution.
Her fiance received his bach-
elor of arts in music from Bionk-
2218 S.W. 26th lane lyn College and will graduate
pssier's parents are Mr. and | J''om J*? _V"!.Ve,rsity .f_ lM/3rni
Ben Kessler of Miami
Law School in June. An Army
Air Corps veteran, he is book re-
view editor of the Miami Law
Quarterly, staff member of the
Barrister, official law school pub-
lication, Nu Beta Epsilon. honor-
ary legal fraternity, Omicron
Delta Kappa, nation's highest
honorary leadership fraternity.
and appellate court justice of the
nor Society. She trained i university honor court system.
?dical technologist at Jack- He is organist at Coral Gables
emorial Hospital and is Jewish Center.
wedding will take place on
Abrams received her
|or of science degree from
livorsity of Georgia, where
as a member of Delta Phi
and president of the Hil-
riliae Home
it To Install
Officers of the Flamingo
er of the National Chil-
Cardiac Home will be in-
l at a dinner dance at 7 p.m.
I.v. May 20, at the Miami
I Athletic Club. Mrs. Irving
|is chairman of the event.
Edmund Perls will be te-
as president; Mrs. Arthur
i. Mrs. Howard Leaner,
IMurray Dacks, vice presi-
I Mrs. Simon Hirschberg,
ponding secretary; Mrs. Lil-
Pander, recording secretary;
Jerome Cohen, financial sec-
[j Mrs. Adolph Hollander,
treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Chasan,
Mrs. Murray Dacks, Mrs. Irwin
Faggon, Mrs. Adolph Hollander,
Mrs. Iwing Molker, board mem-
bers.
Guest speaker will be Mr. Mil-
ton Dreyfus. Installing officers
will be Mrs. Gertrude Locks. Re-
tiring president is Mrs. Arnold P.
Rosen.
The first grain elevator in the
Middle East will soon be erected
in the Port of Haifa. More than
165 feet high, it will be one of the
tallest structures in Israel, and
will have a 12,000-ton storage
capacity, which will later be in-
creased. ______
Diane Star
education honor society, teaches
first grade at South Beach Ele-
mentary School, and teaches Sun-
day School at the North Shore
Jewish Center.
Mrs. Kneapler was chosen to
represent Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center.
Miss Hope Nason, last year's
winner, will assist Harold Sha-
piro in presenting the queen with
a silver loving cup.
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lis Zukerman and Roberta Rabi-
nowitz.
Frank Heyman, a student in
the confirmation class, will serve
as emcee.
Mrs. David Parnes is general
chairman of the celebration.
Serving with her are Mrs. Alex
Stiebel, Mrs. Phil Abrams, Mis.
Louis Schwartzman, program;
Mrs. M. Zuckerman, Mrs. I. Baks*
and Mrs. H. Abromowitz, tickets;
Mrs. M. Hanshu, publicity; Mrs.
Jules Weiss, flowers; Mrs. I. Sir-
kin, telephone; Mrs. Roy Mack,
arrangements.
Mrs. I. Bakst and Miss Dorothy
Bchreidell are co-chairman of
ushers and hostesses. Serving on
their committee are Corinne Au-
gust, Annette Baum, Jerry Dwor-
kin, Stanley Rose, Delores
Schatzman, Kenneth Sher, Danny
Simkin and Calvin Sirkin.

Arline Skobel
Affianced To
Sterling F. LaVine
Arline Skobel
Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Skobel
of 3400 Royal Palm Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, and Lake Geneva.,
Wis., announce the engagement
of their daughter. Miss Arline
Skobel, to Sterling F. Levine, son
of Mrs. Samuel S. LaVine, 6301
Pine Tree Drive.
Mr. LaVine is a graduate of
the Lear School and the Uni-
versity of Miami and served three
years with the U.S. Navy Medical
Corps. He is the son of the late
Samuel S. LaVine, former owner
of the Dade Pharmacies, known
today as the Whelan Drug Stores.
The wedding will Lake place at
the Drake Hotel in Chicago on
July 28.
Hospital Auxiliary
Schedules Election
Election of officers to the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai
Hospital will be held at its an-
nual meeting on Friday, May 18.
Only paid members will be eligi-
ble to vote.
The new slate of officers in-
cludes honorary president, Mrs.
Max Dobrin; president, Mrs.
I Monte Selig; first vice president,
Mrs. Louis Krensky, second vice
[president, Mrs. Harold Spaet;
| third vice president, Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff; first general vice
| president, Mrs. Louis Glasser;
second general vice president,
'Mrs. Jack Ablin; and third gen-
eral vice president, Mrs. Saul
' Herman.
i Recording secretary is Mrs.
Leon Ell; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Julia Golden; treas-
urer, Mrs. Fred Jonas; assistant
treasurer, Mrs. Max Dreyer; fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Phillip
Lefkowi'..z; assistant financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman;
auditor, Mrs. Harry Platoff; and
parliamentarian, Mrs. Isaac
Levin
The new nominating committee
is listed as Mesdames Mortoa
Russak. chairman, Aaron Fan,
Max Holtsberg, Jean Lehman,
Sam Luby, Aaron Rader, Stanley
C. Meyers, Leon Chaiken, Sam-
uel Blank and Herbert Fiebel-
man.
Board memberi up for election are
Mesdamea Monia Alberta, Han/
Barnhard, Frank Becker, Bather Bur-
ner, William ii. Bernstein, Herma
Binder, Bather Itlnnk, Jack Brick man,
Benjamin Bronaton, Arthur Burrell,
Aaron Courahon, and Theodora Bu-
Bteln.
Also Richard Fleming;, Harry T,
Friedman, Th. ima Friedman, Sam-
uel I rledland, Arthur Frlshman, B<
Zlon ?Insbura;, Leonard Glasser, Bthel
Goldstein, Stewart Gordon, Emil
Gould, Phillip Greenberg, Irving
Greenfield, and Morton Greenw.....I,
Also David Harris, I. B. Harris, Al-
fred Hess, George Hofi I Var. i
Kanner, M. Boyd Kay, 1 -... n Kay,
Maurice Klein, Nathaniel Klein, Max
Kleinman, Sanford Kn mer, Mosen
KreiKer, Chester Kin and Bi i
Kohl.
Also Jack Landau, Morris Lai -
urgh, Pavld Lesser, Lo Lotterman,
.-'.imu,-l Mades, Samuel Mayaer, H
Markowltz, Benjamin Meyers, Mart/
I Miller, Louis Novy and Bam Nudel-
man,
Blanche Oser, Jantea Paul trude rum. David Pollack, I. Jade
i Robinson, Max Rosen, Charles. Rosen-
garten, Albert Rosenthal, Jerome*
Rosenthal, Melvln Richard and Sam*
i uel T. Saplro.
'.lav Schwartl, T-. L. FU-hwavt?,
Meyer Schwartz, Jacob Sher, Loulsj
Snetman, I'i -i BomeJ.'steln, Ralph,
Sorrentlno, Ralph Bpero, Israel Teltch,
Phillip Trost, Grace Tucker, Mortimer;
vVlen, Joseph Williamson, Xel.son Zi-
Vlt, Don Kuskin and Aaron Parr.
Also the Misses Ruth Friedman,
Bdna Heller, Dorothy lsbcrg and Pat
Bchlossberg,__________________,l
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Leonard Rose, Former Miami 'Cellist,
Returns In Last U-M Symphony Concert
A natioi v:"
Miami n -' will
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1st S iaint-Saens l
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Radio Program To Mark Malave Malke PL
Israeli Independence
Mother's Day Program
]- ... \V. :: :i Ciub No Two
of Miami Beach will spoil
ram on Satur-
day 12, al 9 P m, at Har-
: w ishing-
Miami-Beach.
Hai wiH be princi-
.i Bur-
will be gu I
Manya S
.1. i : :
Mr.-. '
In honor of the third anni-
: Israel's Independence,
asting Sya-
t, m will I -' ;i na'f hour
:i Friday, May 11. at
nationwide
rk.
n, the
. which Is entitled "Years of
" will bo narrated b}
Lei J. Cobb, famous star of stage
and SCl n.
program is being produced
and directed by Himan Brown,
and Jack Sha:ndlin is the com-
r of the music.
The
Mev
an(i Study Gro^
-ouP will
12 at R Sa,U%l
K"'o
honoi Mother's D,,
W1lh missiT
wh
JNF |
ln t0 Mi AnnutaTi
hfj FAMOUS NUMltR

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in
I
O: nvilli un I rection
E. "Mad'd At that time. R :'

,. Institute ol Music in
I then only 16. By the
int 'cell S Imond and
it with the Curtis S
In 1938. R B< Sj mpn< ny Or-
tion of Arturo T i in In 1939
New York P in 1944.

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ty of Julliard
Hall in the na-
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Film Will Mark
Israel llirthflav
lifi :. Israel, will
m .' eeting
:" ..,. Social Friendship Club at
r Granada Jewish Center.
50 N. W. 51st Place, on Tuesday
evening, May 15. it was an-
nounced by Ben Jonas, chairman.
The film is being shown in ob-
Iservance of Israel Independence
Day. he said, and is open to the
public free of charge. Musk.
songs, dancing and refreshments
: will complete the program.
Plans will be formulated for a
picnic to be held at Matheson
Hammock on Sundav. June 3.
Announcing,
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FARREY
miami Reach <% &>iwd
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
i <
SHAVUOTH is known as HAG HABIKKURIM ... The Festival of
the First Fruits. There is no better way of helping the needy
and distressed of Israel than by sendng food packages. FOOD
IS A MAJOR NEED OF THE COUNTRY. YOU SHOULD PRESENT
YOUR FRUITS TO ISRAEL. Mail Food Packages to relatives
and friends. Make gift certificates of food packages and they
will be distributed by the Women's Auxiliary of General Zion-
ists in Israel.
"NEW SPECIAL"
About 21 Pounds Net
7% lbs KOSHER MEAT
Ibt. Frozen Meat
2 Ibt. Canned Meat
'' Ibt Kother Salami
1 lb. Frozen Butter lUnsalted)
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1 lb Kother Processed Cheete
2 lbs. Evaporated Milk
j lb. Grade "A" Whole Egg
Powder
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1 lb. Corn Starch
1 lb. Marmalade
1 lb. Chocolate in Bart
1'. Ibt. Applesauce
6 ozs H pkg.) Prepared
Pudding Mix
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lbs. Kosher Meat. Poultry
- lbs. Kosher Salami
lbs Frozen Butter (unsalted)
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lb. Instant Cocomix
J lb. Kother Procetted Cheese
.lb Whole Egg Powder
2 lbs. Granulated Sugar
1 lb Corn Starch
lb Marmalade
' lb. Long.Grain Rice
Z 'bt. Evaporated Milk
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1 7/8 lbs Peaches. Fruit Cocktail
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1% lbs. Chocolate Bars
' lb. (1 tin) Sardines in Sauce
'i lb. (2 tins) Sardines in Oil
12 ozt. (2 pkgs.) Prepared Pud-
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with: our name and
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... or i-s MY W
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This ad published by the Miami Beach Zionist District in
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IY, MAY 11. 1951
tUliP Styte Show To Hiqhliqlu
rilinv Home Unit Intttallaiion
*Jewislifkradian /"'""'' "- r
PAGE 9 A
Chapter, National Chil-
|Cardiac Home, will install
.Hirers and celebrate its
|i lay at a luncheon to
|(l at the Biscayne Terrace
[on Tuesday, May 15, at
m.
Iildren'8 style show will be
by the Miami Fashion
with Coronet Models
fashions from local
cturers. Mrs. Ray Par-
be the coordinator.
Sylvia Chertkoff will in-
|v lowing officers: presi-
Jrs Sal Ramagli; first vice
Int. Mrs. Harold Cohen,
vice president; Mrs. Henry
In: third vice president,
fevid Parnes; fourth vice
, Mrs. David Dvoskin;
secretary) Mrs. Ben
: fsponding secretary,
is Glance; financial secre-
Sam Schulwolf.
embers to be installed
j Herman Bergren,
|ik. Norman Bergren, Syl-
hen. Theodore Firestone,
IFogel, Leon Freed, Wil-
ton* r, Harry Gertner, Sam
Aged Auxiliary
Elects Mrs. Palmer
-Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer was Final meeting of the season for
elected president of the Miami I Yannan Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah will beheld on Monday.
lladassah Oroup
To I'ii'i'i I ;hI badies Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home f01' the Aged at a recent
meeting of the organization.
Other officers are Mrs. Harry
Oliphant, Mrs. Jaco H. Katz, Mrs.
Nathan Abrams. vice presidents:
Mrs. Samuel Geltner. recording
secretary; Mrs. Harry Einhorn,
financial secretary; Mrs. Nathan
Feika, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Joel Zalis, treasurer; Mrs.
Rose Weiss, sergeant-at-arnu.
Plans for the group's installa-
tion luncheon will be formulated
i at a special board meeting called
for Monday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m
at Beth El Center.
Mrs. Sal Ramagli
Goldman, Henry Green, Harry
Hacker, A. J. Harris, Sam Karnes,
Jack Kauffman, Jean Mellman,
Milton Margolis, Joseph Oren,
Martin Parnes, David Kifas, Per-
ry Radin, Abe Robinson, Max
Rubinstein. Hyland Rifas, Harold
Spahn, J. J. Segal, Jess Spirer,
Charles Spingarn, Elkin Smith,
I. R. Schwartz, Joseph Socolof,
Sam Tunick, Oscar Topaz, Louis
Wolfe, George Wolpert, and Her-
man Wronker.
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Mrs. Wessel Takes
Mizarchi Unit Gavel
Mrs. Ida Wessel officially took
over the gavel of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en from Mrs. Nat Hochman, out-
going president of the group, at
ceremonies at Whitman Hall.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offi-
ciated at the rites, and Mrs. Mes-
cheloff served as chaplain. Guest
speaker was Mrs. Emanuel Kar-
ger, Mizrachi's regional director.
Also recognized were Mrs. Jo-
seph Brenner, honorary presi-
dent; Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg,
first vice president; Mrs. Pauline
Chill, second vice president; Mrs.
Sadie Babad, third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Rose Lustlg, fourth
vice president; Mrs. Golda Sir.
fifth vice president; Mrs. Clara
Bretholtz, recording secretary;
Mrs. Helen Pollock, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Anna Siden-
worm, treasurer; and Mrs. Hoch-
man. financial secretary.
A check for $100 was donated
to the chapter for the Moachtinv
Fund by the Israelite Center. The
money, which was raised through
the i ffoi ts of Jacob Brown and
Jack Finkelstein, was presented
by Mrs, Abraham Sachs, who has
hem active in the Mizrachi move-
ment for the past 2ti yi
The group raised $7,000 during
the past year, according to Mrs.
Hoehman's report. Of this sum,
more than $5,000 was forwarded
to the New York office for the
furtherance of Mizrachi projects.
Plans were als i discusse I
a Mother's Day luncheon I
held at the Abrams Hotel, 302
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, on
May 16 at 12 noon.
New board members include
M sdames A
row. H. Deutch, I. B. Eisenstein,
S. Farber, 11 Frederick, I. F
man, E. Glasser, M. Goodman, S,
Kahlonberg, R. Katz, B. Mazor,
W. Meclowitz. E. Merlin, B. Mig-
dal, G. Packer, A. Pakuia. S
Reinhard. S. Rosch, M. J. Safra,
B. Schneider, S. Silberman, A.
Mostow and A. Sachs.
Lyons To Speak
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will have Norman
Lyons as guest speaker for a
Mother's Day program on Sun-
day, May 13, at 2 p.m., at the
center.
Lyons will speak on The
Meaning of Mother's Day to
Grandmothers."
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dent.
Election of officers will be fol-
lowed by a Mother's Day pro-
gram arranged by Mrs. Max
Weitz.
Appointed Chairman
Mrs. Rose Briggs was appointed
chairman of the Ceramic Group
of the Hialeah-Miami Sprinas
Jewish Center, which Will meet
every Tuesday at -1 p.m. at the.
center building at 951 E. th
Ave., Hialeah. Anyone interested
in ceramics is asked to contact
Mrs. Briggs at 88-5743.
Israelite Center To
Mark Israel Birthday
Third anniversary of the inde-
pendence of Israel will be cele-
brated by the Israelite Center
3198 S. W. 24th Tor., on Sunday.
May 13, at 8 p.m.. according to
an announcement n- Morris
Aron, chairman.
Norman K. Lyons will speak on
"The Effect of the Creation of
Israel on the Jewry in the U.S.''
Other speakers will be Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. Irving Sperling
and Hyman Sootin.

Auxiliary Holds Social
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliarv
199. Free Sons of Isreal, held a
social meeting on Thursday, May
10, at 8 p.m. at the Seacomber
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Frances Brust was in
charge of the program.
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Fisher Is Gables
Center President
E. Herman Fisher was elected
president of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center al i recent meet-
ins '' '11(' '< mple eml i s. He
succeeds Herbert Gelernter.
A resident of Cora Gi I I
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Tho directors have announced
that camp registration is now
i losed for the 1951 summer sea-
son.
Both Camp Osceola for Bus
and its counterpart for girls .,': e
now located in the Mills River
Section in Horse Shoe. N.C.
Gables Students Will
Honor Parents May 13
Coral Gables Jewish Centei
Heiigious School will hold a spe-
...1 "Pan ot'i Day" program
Sunday, May 13. in the centei
auditorium.
Kindergarten and primary
grades will entertain at 10 30
a.m. and junior high classes are
scheduled to perform at 11:30
a.m.
Participants will be Melvin
Koven. Sidney Richman. Eileen
Ross. Francinelee Hand. Bette
Goldstein. Annette Ratner. Ar-
lene Ross. Betzy Lias, Marian
Braun. Shirra Skop. Shelly Sch-
wartz and Billy Spitzer.
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flabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky
118 Michigan Arcnui
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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Festival Set
fish Centers
Music Festival" will
by the Jewish Cen-
itidii of Greater Miami
ingo Park Bandshell,
ch, on June 7. it was
by Abe Cohen and
irman, co-chairmen of
events planning com-
feng the proguim will
Kusical and program
IS riots develop-
five local agencies
use the Jewish Cen-
tinn Thev include tiie
f the Beach Y, the
jroup of the Goiikn
Jship Club of the Mi-
Community Center,
groups of Flaglei-Gra-
leah-Miami Springs
imunity Centers, the
sociation, and as an
{feature, the 75-voice
|ples Folk Chorus.
jr the evening will be
uel Kelemer, Dorothy
|ano, and Nathan;el
tenor of the Civic
|ipany of New York.
embers of the active
planning committee
Rothstein of Flagler-
Jewish Community
and Mrs. Raymond
s. Sadie Ledowitz of
ami Springs Jewish
Center; Ben Essen,
Mrs. Nathan Dubler,
je Gelb and Mrs. Leon
the Miami Jewish
Center; Joe Mooney,
rt, Victor Eber, Miss
lillcr of the Beach Y;
Margolies of North
h and Leon Kaplan
i' nt< rs As
PAGE 11 A
lit To Seat
|g May 23
L idd will be seat-
ent of Miami chapter
kn Jewish Congress at
lion luncheon at noon,
May 23, at the An-
Coral Sables.
R. Lyons, attorney.
l commentator will
jailing officer.
to be seated are
Alfred Rubenstein,
fweiner, Bessie Elrnan
Druker, vice presi-
.. Mrs. Josepn
financial secretary,
| Harris; recording sec-
William Sacker; eor-
etaries. Mrs. Wil-
lis and Mrs. Arthur
in phi nary president,
M. Fine; and trus-
Smes Isidor Cohen, Jo-
. Sidney Stepkin. A.
and B. E. Hertz,
ijuker, chairman, has
Hayden as toastmis-
Gerirge Saluk and
lum will sing, accom-
Mis. Phil Abrams. Miss
winner in city and
ronti sts, will give two
ktions.
Irvation call 48-9470,
48-5665.
Lehrman To
>uise Leaders
man. long time
ciate of Dr. Steph-
Mll officiate at the an-
ption luncheon of the
apt* r Women's Divi-
American Jewish Con-
f held at the Sorrento
fry Koretzky will be
president for the com-
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Mrs. Murray Blane,
Lemelman, Mrs. Jesse
reasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Mncial secretaries, Mrs.
timer and Mrs. Murray
^responding secretaries,
lam Feuer, Mrs. Ben
cording secretary, Mrs.
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Ito meet on Saturday
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FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1951
U-M Hebrew Department Will ~
Broadcast Special Salute To Israel
SEC. B
To Speak At Kin ma l.i/a:ns
Elation Orinnnis May 20
Pallo'J, president of
federation of B'nai
- will be '.he prin-
i at the installation
the Emma Lazarus
Jusiness and Profes-
n, B'nai B'rith, on
lay 20. 7 p.m. at Har-
tmrant, 1751 Biscaync
:. will be installed
i, by Mrs. Tena Katz,
|th Women's Council
land Ben Essen wil acfil
ceremonies. Mrs.
on, outgoing president.
[v the traditional past
pin in candlelight
irn is under the di-
hel Pont and she will
by Mae Meyers and
Cat/if.
I to be installed are:
iresident, Tina Fischer;
president. Mae
Meyers; treasurer, Edyth Fleisch-
er; financial secretary, Vivian
Schiffer; recording .secretary
Pauline Kern: corresponding sec-
retary. Mrs. Can.I Zipper; parlia-
mentarian, Miss Pont; monitor,
Mrs. Baron: his. man. Evelyn
Miller: board of directors. Roslyn
Lachman. Anne Levine, Paula
Horowitz. Lillian Eisman. Shirley
Rosenberg, Estelle Rubin and
Mrs. Fannie Spring; representa-
tive to men's council. Dcana
Abrashkin and Evelyn Miller.
Mother's Day Program
A Mother's Day program has
been planned for the next meet-
ing of he Miami Beach Business
and Professional Women's Group
i of Hadassah on Monday. May 14,
I at 8:30 p. m.. in the Education
Building of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, according to Mrs.
Jean Borman, program chairman.
A group of Young Judaeans
wil present a skit, after which
election of officers tor the new
year will take place.
A special dramatic broadcast in
observance of the third anniver-
sary of Israel independence will
be heard this Sunday. May 13,
from 9 to 9:30 p. m. over Station
WKAT.
The program, sp ins ired bj '
Hebrew departmei. of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be pre-
sented in cooperation with the
University of Miami radii and
ti levision department, under the
direction of Sydney W. Head.
1 will feature, in song and dia-
logue, the dramatic stories of the
resurgence of the Hebrew lan-
guage and culture in Israel and
in the United States. Depicted,
j too, will be .'ie role played by the
language in welding a mass of
people from widely differing
'social, cultural and economic
spheres into a democratic nation.
Ceremonies marking the pre-
sentation of the first Hebrew li-
brary at Idle University of Miami
will also be a part of this pro-
gram. The library is a gilt of ;he
Miami Beach Zionist District,
Explanatory comments about
the cni.ire program including the
story and tne Hebrew music will
be made by Sydney J. Greenberg,
professor of the Hebrew langu >
at the University ol Miami.
Loan Group To Meet
The Great c.....
Free Loan Association will meet
Monday. May 14. at 8 p. m. at
the Miami Jewish Community
Center, according to an announce-
ment by Samuel Rothstein, presi-
dent
Hay Group
Ids Board, Aims
. i rapid expansion in
size, the North Bay
layers' Association last
Dinted 10 more members
bid of directors. This
policy-making group
hoard members are
ley L Weintraub, Col.
Mettler, Hugh S. Lar-
irles Danton, John B.
.. John C. Frazure,
Alcock, Arnold Levy,
. Lynch, Jr., and Col.
Jones.
In added officially to
| board consisting of
Abess, Jack Albin, P.
Sam Friendland, Max
Irs. W. D. McCreary,
ipleman and Daniel J.
bcheon at the Shelborne,
kscnted the civic objec-
j the organization, and
Ithe prime need for a
1 uition of public-
tizens "to guard, main-
|p:eserve the residential
of Miami Beach."
s against further
turbine encroachments"
i ntial propei .y were
by Mrs. P. R. Mal-
nairman of the member-
In.ittee with Albert L.
il "adtion committees"
by the association in-
|e vital analysis of the
-ues for the pro-
B-million-dollar Miami
|i iv nient program.
his committee is P. J.
i' committees, in the
t-finders," are to
ition Planned
|t installation for officers
th David Sisterhood.
|< and PTA is being
i Sunday, May 27, at
pi Hotel, Miami Beach,
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Ihairman of the event.
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They are Joseph M. Rose, Sam Katz ard A. C. Fine. Seven
former members whose terms expired this year were re-
elected for three-year terms. Pictured at the board meeting
following the annual meeting are, from left, front row, J.
Gerald Lewis, Herbert E. Scher, Arthur Ungar, Monte Selig
and Joseph Stein; back row. Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Dr.
Morris Goodman. Joseph M. Rose, Benjamin N. Kane- Leon-
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FRIDAY
Miamians to Attend ig^SMS
B'nai B'rith Meet
S Ith Florida B'nai B'rith
I are n akii
the Diamond Jul
Disti ict Grand
May 26-30 at Columbia. S. C it s x.
n mn R. v.jce n of the B
Han y Zukei nil k Mia
% m as eli cted :
I at
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xi i tve, v. n
- :.. dii eel B'nai
Beith C mncil
As 1 trict

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Nim Dadei vould
the sta..a are (xpecU d
i cord di legal.....
conclave being stagi I I .,:;:. n .. pending in I
at the Wade Hampt n H ite] and
Ule Hotel Columbia.
Scheduled to adress tht
vention are F. Joseph Don..... an $14 nilli n for
hue. Assistant 17. S. Att
Oi m ..: Rl hard E. Gutsl
executive vice cha::.....
Anti-Defamation League: and
Rabbi Arthur J Lelyveld, na-
ti rial director of the B'nai B::th
Hillel Foundations.
B'nai B'rith lead m this
area who will parl ipal
and bus.-
- ncludi E
Albert Palot, | of the
State Federati n I B'na: B
Lodges and a nati nal
::v< the B'n B'ril
I thi ai n ti I :
veti n Maj
H
r. will .,, lerator i
:!;llel panel ,:
: VI
I
A Fi In an will
f the B'nai B'rit ith
R. J tricl
I
| i
tick
Heach V To Hold
Summer Day Camp
A SU : ; [00
Id bv the VM
WHA : Miami Beach, a
; the Jewish Centers As-
n of Greal
This five-day-a-week pro
will be held from June 18 to
August 10 and will be open to
children from 5 to 12 years of
Swimming insti uction, ai I i
dancing, music, nature
woodworking, and athli I
as well as many other creative
.amp experiences are planned.
- limited and will
end shortly. Further inforn I
:. .i by (
o-d319.
next I :
'- Old age assist
pend-
jent cl .4 per cent: and
aid to the blind. 16 per cent.
include reductions
in federal funds, since they match
- ..nts. he pointed out.
Zuk- lias been a member
of the group since 1947 when he
was named by former Governor
Millard Caldwell. He is chairman
of the Consumers Milk Com-
mittee of Dade County, a past
I WANT MY MILK
JNF Tree Purchases
To Highlight Meet
J'''' >nal Fund and the
trees will high!
. .
I
n May 14. at 1:30 pm
thi Miami & i .'. ,

' presentatioi
group by R
..
'hi artisti
:
will be Mrs Bar-
Ti.....' hairn i
Han Danziger. J N f
' n W Smith. M
"a:: Mrs B.r. Z
G:r- Mrs Harry G l
'' Mi
This Will be the ....
. of the 1950-51 season and
v.iil be conducted bv M
belle Altholz. Plans will be made
>f new offi-
-r- I place on Jutv J
Eitab.
1924
And Be Sure rri
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Visit Our Farm at
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SKY LAKE CAMPS
or Boys and GirIs 6 to 17 Years OM
Fee S400 8 Weeks June 27 lo August 22 lOM
_ Physician In Residence
Gold proioecting in mine* on iOO acre Sk I k. r.. .
trips into country rich n InHi,, r "e Estle- canoe
sports, ^orSeback^iding,npho\0grap^ey,C,drall Jand nd
and crafts. Private 40 acre Ufce P dramat'- music, arts
Member. American; Camping Association. National
DIRECTORS SOC1:,'n-
Rabbi and Mrs. Richard Miami Representatives
216 3CHheSu-eet Mr8' M" Yalman. Ph. 5-5157
West Palm Beach. Florida (MiQn" Beach)
Ph. West Palm Beach 3-3616 ** I Altaian. Ph. 874)534
Next Hadassah Confab
Scheduled For Miami
Out of th
. held in Savannah, have
lans to hold thi
ithern regioi
This i mfi n n I I
lei nd with Junior
tti tiding
jghoul
: S ..:;. :: lud :.- Alal
Fl Georgia, Louii nd
The ci >nft rence will
. hotel in c >n-
n with the annual con-
r v iung women of i
Miami between I of 18 and
-eted in Zionii
Appointed as co-chairman by
president, Elaine
Miss Miriam Schein-
g and Mrs Gerald Soltz. rep-
nting Miami and Miami
Beach, respectively. They will be
ted by Miss Sandra Freedman
Annette Melich of Miami
..nd Miss Ann Al'tonhouse
of Miami.
Various workshops and socials
been scheduled especially
for this conference and many of
the young men and women of the
Miami area will have the
opportunity to familiarize there-
with Junior Hadassah's
Saul Awarded Weekend In Hav
For Bringing in Center Memherf
A weekend in Havana was from teen
awarded to Irving Saal as the yffcto.MJ|M
prize for bringing in 1 ,m,d
members, a total of 40, Baum ana M(ii 21
first
most new memDers, a total of 40, Bau-n anrf''Dnea to the Miami Jewish Community audience n *
Center at a membership dan i skit
Sunday nitfht at the Varii y Club i ,
Hazel Essen, membership chair- p lh c
man. not only planned the affair. M ^ a
but also came in second. p;ui] Q Du"isr,
All age groups in the cent, fIh^' Mrs-!
I cobs ,n- Mrj \iix
B'nai B'rith Bond
Salesmen Named
j The B'nai B'ri.h Council of
South Florida has apointed bond
sales representatives in the Bonds
'for Israel drive launched I
last week, it has been anounced
by council president. Judge Sam
1 Silver.
I Miami Beach Civic
Li ague and of Miami Beach Lodge
: B'nai B'rith.
He is also :he founder-presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Y. a
director of the Men's Club of
Beth Sholom. a past director of
Miami Beach Bar Association,
ember of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and a member
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Elks. Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Miami Beach Zionist District and
the A. D L. Advisory Council.
He is .he first Miami Beach
resident who has served as chair-
man of the Welfare Board.
Named to represent their re-
spec, ive lodges are: Irving Saal.
Sholem Lodge: Godfrey K. New-
man. Miami Beach Lodge: Melvin
Pazol. North Shore Lodge: Shel-
don Lelchuk. Coral Gables Lodge
A Budd Cutler. Tropical Lodge:
Max Feld. Isaac Levin Lodge and
John Strunin. Flamingo Lodge.
B'nai B'rith members are asked
[to call at the council ofices to
secure their sales kits containing
.complt information on the bond
campaign.
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RABBI S. M MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-Preridn
yf&M
BACKGROUND
Born Miami, Nov 29, 1916
Graducted Miam, Be'och High
School 1933.
Grcduated University of Miami
Lc* School 193S.
Member of Nahonol Infercol-
eaiate Tennis Chompionshin
Team.
Made letters in baseball bosket,
ball, football, tennis at school
Practiced law from 1938to 1942
in Miami Beoch.
Entered Army 1942 os private
come out 4 years later as cap-'
torn. 2.2 years service in
^hino-Burma-lndia theatre
Received three campaign rib-
bons ond two battle stars
Tned approximately 2800 courts
Ort,0l coses in India and
Burmo, mainly in the jungles
Recommended for Bronze Star
Medal Award.
Discharged from Army in 1946.
UoT',*B\Ch "e' discharge
trom the Army. "
A^ppoinredM^icipalCourtJud^e
n June 1941. Reappo.ntedTar
<-->eor term in June 1949
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FOR CITY COUNCIL, June 5th -fe^
BORN in MIAMI-RAISED in MIAMI BEAO*.


11, 1951
*Jewistnr>rkticin
PAGE 3 B
Named
' I-' Post
nroker will serve as
lector of the South-
[of he Council of
lation, and Welfare
cc
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
S
|d S. Soroker
been anounced by
rmutt, Birmingham,
|dent. Soroker is di-
CJFWF Southwest
ytein, former South-
Ilia- been transferred
uliid Region in a
city, Pcrmu'..t ex-
k game time, he re-
region's office in
I een temporarily
|1 he housed wi'Si the
egional office at 3303
Dallas, Texas.
as been closely in-
any of the develop-
in the Southeast-
vhich makes it pos-
to take over his new
iiately. He will pro-
uties with personal
problems of social
eting, campaigning
id interpretation.
School Unit
ill Leaders
of the newly
ers of the Sisterhood
Hebrew School and
will take place on
ay 22, at 8 p.m. in
all of the synagogue.
non April will act as
peer and Leo Sheiner
lt of ceremonies,
^airman of this event
vard L. Becker who
ed by the following
jkdloff, refreshments;
Feldan, decorations;
uon April, program.
COMMUNITY PROBLEMS:
Jewish communities through-
out the country are beginning to
think in terms of adjusting then
programs to unit military and
civilian needs in relation to the
government defense plans .
'Several Jewish communil
now concerned with the effects
of our industrial mobilization .
Working mothers ig fa-
cilities to care for their children
. For the time being, the Im-
mediate effects of mobilizati >n
upon the Jewish community is
considerably less than antic,
. However, the experience of :
Jewish communities during
World War II offers some clues to ,
the problems which may develop
during the next few years .
Jewish agencies experienced
from 1940 through 1945 increases >
in hospital utilization during a
period of acute personnel short-
age The need for institutional
facilities for the aged increased
despite more employment oppor-
tunities There was a major
drop in the caseload of family
service agencies side by side |
with new demands for special \
wartime services Vocational
services expanded Member-
ship, especially of youth, dropped
in local recreational centers
All agencies were operating with
insufficient personnel to meet
their service responsibilities .
At present it is visualized that
there will be a shortage of social
service personnel ... At the same
time, family service agencies will
be faced with a situation where
their rich high refugee loads will
ents, but young David is never-
theless determined to leave with
his family for the United States
. For him there is only one
country in the world where de-
mocracy is real and where the
people are freeAmerica The
"Door of Hope" will make ab-
sorbing reading not only for Jew-
ish readers, but also for non-Jews
. Immigrant Jews in America
will recognize themselves in this
novel, while American-born Jews
will get a better understanding of
what made their parents such de-
voted American patriots .
diminish to a vanishing point .
There will be increased employ-
ment opportunities for the aged
. And there will be greater op-
portunities for Jewish men to en-
ter the medical profession be-
cause of the increasing need for
more doctors -
ZIONIST MOODS:
All indications point to the fact
that the World Zionist Congress
will not be held at the end of
July, as officially announced, but
will probably take place in No-
vember or December, after the
High Holidays This prompted
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica to decide to hold its annual
convention in June O^B"
inally, the question as to whether
to hold the Z.O.A. convention be-
fore or after the World Zionist
Congress was an issue in the
ranks of the Z.O.A. leadership
. Some wanted the convention
to take place prior to the Zionist
Congress, while others insisted
that the Z.O.A. parley should take
place after the delegates return
from the Congress There were
good arguments for and against
each side However, now the
issue has cei sed to exist sii
tli.it the Congres
is not likely to be convened dur-
ing tli-- sum:,!' !' months D in't
ho surprised to see the nan
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver i nd Dr.
Emanuel N umann on the 11
ticn committi foi Premier ',
Ben Gurion Although the
[srael P and Dr. Silver do
not see eyi t i eye on many a ba-
sic issue, the latter agreed to
on tile reception committee
. However, he will not be in
the United States anyway during
Ben Guiroi 's visit here, since he
is now cr. a month's visit in Is-
rael .
DOOR OF HOPE:
What makes an immigrant Jew
love America? Joseph S. Dia-
mond, a prominent New York
physician, provides an eloquent
answer to this question in his
novel "Door of Hope," just pub-
lished by Grecnberg Publishers
... It is one of the best novels
depicting Jewish life in the old
country However, the central
theme of the book is not the
Jews, but democracy The au-
thor gives a vivid picture of how
Jews in Rumania felt living in
constant fear of pogroms ... At
the same time, he repeats how
the same elements who instigated
the pogroms also oppressed and
exploited the peasants to a point
of starvation Against this
background he brings out the
fight for freedom and democracy
I in a Rumanian town inspired by
|one who saw democracy at work
in the United States The cen-
tral hero in this fight is David,
a young idealist who spent a
short time in America and came
back to Rumania only to take his
wife and child to New York .
| Joining him in the fight for de-
mocracy is the son of a Rumanian
aristocrat who organizes a re-
volt of the peasants against his
own father, the landowner .
A third fighter is a young priest
who cannot remain indifferent to
the injustices tolerated by his
church superiors The pea-
sants win their freedom, but the
Jews have in the meantime been
made the scapegoats They
,have suffered a massacre, their
'synagogue has been burned down
!by the enemies of freedom and
their homes plundered with the
consent of the police ... A spirit
i of brotherhood emerges after the
'defeat of the reactionary ele-



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*Jmisiincr/dHajn
PAGE 5 B
\ters To The Editor
Jewish Floridian:
irith groat surprise and
i,l, ,t i read Simonhoff's
Ithc April 27th issue of
Jian."
Lult la imagine that at
^t time there could be
M.-h writerwho
I audacity and
I towards the lan-
|i ill ions of Jews .
which had been
ue of the Villner
Elks List
|ve Delegates
from Miami Beach
B.P.O.E., i) the an-
ivention slated for
Daytona Beach have
unccd by Exalted Ruler
include Fogg. James
1 Id B. Spaet, David
Marvin L. Kimmel and
IE. Hoffman,
bounced were names of
mtue chairmen. These
ry, Spaet; house main-
Swartz; blood bank,
r Newman; relief, Trau;
|T((1 Rubin; auditing I.
publicity, Sidney B.
sick and visitation,
Iball. John J. Lunin.
Scout, Dr. S. G. Sch-
r ice, Fogg: budget.
Imorial Day, Newman;
Day, Kenneth Oka;
i nan; Americanism,
fiein; Flag Day, Klein;
( Al Finkelstein;
|jp. Allen Goldberg,
Arthur Tries'l.jr; bul-
Bler; social, Lunin.
Goan, of the Bal-Shem Tov and
in which Reb Levi Itzchok of
Berditchev conversed with God;
the language of Peretz and Sho-
lem Aleichem, the language that
reared and nurtured Chassidism,
Folk-Zionism and "Bundism"
briefly, the Language that Bialik
named the "youngi ti for
"Hebrew and he said,
"are a Zivig min Hashomaim'
In Yiddish a literature wi
veloped that reflects all pi
of Jewish genius and if anyone
wishes to become familiar with
Jewish life in the past century.
he will fail to find it anyv
except in Yiddish. As it is
known, this literature has
translated into many lang
and the better elements in the
Gentile world regard it with re-
Ispect and esteem.
At the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem a chair for Yiddish
Literature was recently estab-
lished; the Histradruth subsidizes
in Israel a periodical, the "Gol-
dene Keif*can it be possible
that Simonhoff is ignorant of
these facts, or pretends to be?
What made Mr. Simonhoff so
indignant? Here's the story in a
nutshell: He was invited, during
the week of Passover, to a lec-
ture by a Yiddish writer, held at
a private home. After the lec-
ture, refreshments were served,
which included Matzo andalso
bread granted that it wasn't
tactfulmust then the Jewish-
ness of all Yiddishists be refuti d?
To the writer of these lines are
known Yiddishists who eat tnly
' Matzo during the Passoverana
it's public knowledge that mem-
bers of the Histadruth in 1 l
Kosher Hebraistsare poor ob-
servers of the ritualwill anyone
dare to doubt their "Yiddish-
keft?"
It's also a fact that in numer-
ous Jewish homes, where neither
Yiddish and surely not Hebrew.
is spoken, and where the chil-
dren couldn't recognize a Hebrew
letter in a prayer bookMatt i I
traditionally eatendocs this
prove them better Jew.-.'
It is very strange thai an in-
vited guestan intelligent n I
i probably doesn't ob
the "Tariag Mitzvoth,"
ly emphasize, with
ness, the before-mentioned
incidi nl
ne denies that Yiddi
going through a critical p
alas, when were our pi
it's culture secun '.'for.
now, with Israel a reality, danger
over usour Arab I
bors, like the sword of Dan ... Ii i,
ready to attack and the world
as a wholewhat are its per-
spectives at this moment?
It reminds one of that c-eature
in the familiar fable, that cams
to the ailing lion and also nave
it a kick. .
And now a few words with re-
gard to the Jewish writer who
walked out of the meeting where
Yiddish was insultedhe is sure-
ly able to talk for himselfhow-
ever, I'd like to remark that this
particular writer has more merits
I for Jewish Culture, Jewish life
i in Americayes, even for Zion-
ism, than many of the above-
mentioned Jews who go to Kol-
Nidre and observe Yom Kippur,
just from force of habit.
And finally: This week, when
we mourn the annihilation of our
six million brethrenwith what
language in their hearts and on
theii tongues did they go to "K'd-
dush Hashem?" .
Let all Simonhoffs show a lit-
tle more respect and understand-
ing! !
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jTUDAY
Beach Zionists
Choose Shapiro
As President
Harold Shapiro was elected
president of uhe Miami Beach
Zionist District at its annual
meeting, held recently in the
patio of the Miami Beach J< wr-
ist] Center.
Shapiro, a practicing attorney
in Miami Beach, is one of the
founders of Temple Isaiah.
h. He is a member of the
board of the Jewish Home for the
I, B'n:u B'nth. Ami:...:. 1. -
V m Vetei i
.he Amv n i the
League Sets Reception
To Fete Leonard Rose
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League has issued invita-
I tions for a reception honoring
! Leonard Rose, 'cello soloist of the
N> a York Philharmonic Sym-
phony.
A former Miami resident, he
will I with the University
of Miami Orchestra n Sunday,
May 13. in the Mia
Auditoriu i and on M
night, May 14. at the Miami .-
: Higl School.
n ception will be hi.
Mian i Bi... h Atl letic Club
May 12. at 8:30 |
I
ceiv ^ guests will be Mrs Marii
I Mrs H.
.'.' ter
: Ji :. B< letti: Rut
M
11 IdS

Mr. and 2
" L F:s
Beach Auxiliary
Seats Lee Gordon
Lee Gordon was installed as
I president of the Miami Beach
iPost 330 of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary during ceremon-
ies Tuesday night at the Miami
h American Legion Hall.
Others seated ai Die rites were
Ruth Pett, senior vice president:
: vice presi-
.; ;..- Erdheim, treasurer:
R -. ; ^ing sec-
N man K ff, recording
S M -. his. >rian:
Sokolofl :>lain: and
conductress,
include Lillian B ">k-
Gerrig and Kay
S y Szoldes is uuard: ,
Sklar. pal I indu
pas!
Friedenn Bar Mitzvah
. .: F
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denn
Doctors To Discuss Heart
DB%
At Mount Sinai Medical Semin
"Advances In Diseases of the elude Dr n
Hearf will be the topic af Dr. | the Mich L ^
at
Claude Beck, of Philadelphia. | Chicae""TV R**
u-hr-n h* Qnoaltc hAfnro th<* f i 6 u. Samuel t..
versity of p,, w.
when he speaks before the first
post-graduate medical seminar
if the Mount Sinai Hospital,
which will be held May 23. 24
and 25 in the Sorrento Hotel. Dr
: Beck is one of the pioneers in the
development of the type of heart
surgery practiced today. The
heart and the large vessels at-
tached to it formerly were con-
sidered untouchable, but recent
scientific advances in surgery Pythian Unit Ta
have made it possible to operate R ,sevelt T "
SU cessfully for several crippling c,.-. .',.. lemPle Jj
and often fatal heart conditions 8 p
aciphia: Dr il'"!a
University of M, W
Massachusetts \L '
K Boston. andftS
Michael Rots
meet on t.
ording to Dr.Milton S. Saslaw
man af the seminar. :' % ^
Cther guests speakers will in- pr sent, to ^l
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Daniel M. .:. n
Ginsburg. I. R G dman, f
J nas and I fj.
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C. Fishman. I..
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G .: ,:. 5 -: KUl k
H. Lee. Seymour B Liebman.
Abraham Mason. Melvin I
ff, Burnett K .1
Irving Schatzman.
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Kosher Salami Included
In Parcels For Israel
iatel
I ... sent 1
I : I :. .
igh the Mi imi ]'> ach Z
District 23 I ir.coln Road, will
lain fn -h kosl er salami, in
additi n : fresh frozen and
canned meats, according to Ben
Zi in Ginsburg. chairman of Food
for Israel for the district.
Pack iges which now include
range ir. price from S14.50
to S38.50. he said. There is no
ge in the composition of the
S10 5o New Standard package.
n sending food to
may be obtained bv calling
tl Zionist office. 58-4643.
Needelman Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs Herman r-'eedel-
1141 S. W. 9th Street, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah o: I
son, Arthui Irving, or. Saturdav.
' at the Miami
''" School and Corgrega-
n. Rabbi Simon April will 0f-
te
I young man. who is a stu-
' '' ritt Junior H
:~ -'ill be honored a)
it the syr.agogue follow-
R< tivi
'nvit I ttend
Jack M. Friedenn
of 1041 S.W. 73rd Place, will take
place on Saturday. May 12, at
9:30 a. m. at the Coral Gables
h Center. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop will officiate.
A student at Kinloch Park
Junior High, the young man re-
ceived his Hebrew training a. the
Coral Gables Jewish Center under
the direction of J. Hurwitz. He
is a Boy Scout.
Relatives and friends are in-
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PAGE7B
L Safra Heads
taeh Vaad
M. J- Safra has been reap-
rd chairman of the Beth Ja-
|Vaad Hakashruth, after an
nee of a year caused by ill
h.
Safra, who served as chair-
(.f the group from 1943 to
succeeds I. Brenner, char- ]
Lomber of the organization i
[held the post for one year.
| the next meeting of the or-
znlion, Dr. Safra will present
()kins for the in'.onsification
pho expansion of supervisory
jiti^s by the Miami Beach
hiu'h unit.
AEPi Alumni Chapter
Slates Dinner-Dance
The Miami Alumni Chapter of
the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
will have its annual installation
>rale In Concert
University of Miami
wil give its fifth spring
;it Beaumont Lecture
, n Friday, May 18, at 8:30
. William J. Lee directing,
Annie Laurie Lee at the
\c opening group includes se-
ns from Mozart's Requiem
om Bach's B Minor Mass,
"two other Bach numbers.
Simeone's vocal arrange-
l' I Tschaikovsky's Nutcrack-
\; will be presented, with
. Kaminsky assisting at the
third group will be sunK
University of Miami radio
r. The Choraleers. After in-
. m the Chorale will sing
>iip of Spirituals and a clos-
>t folk songs and novel-
ing Adult Zionist
iclave Scheduled
^ns are being formulated for
i annual Young Adult
lave of South Florida,
held the weekend of May
.< Camp Kendall, Fla.. ac-
li in S. A. Goodman, chair-
of the Greater Miami Zion-
Tuuth Commission
week will be open to mem-
f Junior Hadassah, 1ZFA.
ating Senior Judaeans and
loung Zionist Districts or
Dective members of these
weekend conclave will con-
Di workshops, seminars, lec-
B. Israeli singing and dane-
l Highlight of the conference
be a bonfire held Saturday
fc, at which time members of
participating groups will give
nal skits and stunte.
embers of the committee in
ge of the conclave are Elaine
Rita Ross, Ann Alten-
and Sylvia Cohen, Miami
ov Hadassah; Sandy Freed-
and Annette Melich, Miami
Junior Hadassah; Don
ager, Miami Young Zionist
ict; Dave Goodwin, Murray
ie, Gil Rappaport and Abe
r, Masada, Miami Beach
ng Zionist District.
[plications may be obtained
le Zionist Youth Commission,
"-incoln Road, 58-4643.
[gler-Granada Camp
Opening June 18
aglet- Granda Jewish Com-
ity Center has anounced that
^rations for Home Camp will
place at the center the week
Jay 14th from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m.
.ly member's children be-
pn the ages of 5',2 to 12Vt will
pted and there is a limited
Camp starts June 18 and
continue to August 10. Chil-
1 wil be under ;.he super-
pn of experienced counselors
activities will include daily
mining, dancing, arts and
|ts- music, and athletics.
Jither information may be
Jined by calling the chairman,
^Nathan Trauman, at 83-7663.
Mrs. Louis Krensky
dinner dan

May 15 at 7 p. :r.
Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
attorney and past president of
the Alumni club, will install the
newly elected officers,
They are: president, Louis Gill-
man: vi e-president, Harry Smith:
secretary, Frank Nankin; I
urer, Martin Finkelstcin;
nel. Bernard Mandler,, and his-
torian, Dr. Sanford Zifl".
Entertainment and dancing will
be featured throughout the ev
ning. All alumni of the frater-
nity desiring reservations m ly
call Harry Smith, 5-6417, 01 Dr.
ford Ziff, 87-0475.
Beach B'nai B'rith
To Seat Officers
A banquet and dance will ac-
company the installation of offi-
cers of the Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Sunday evening,
May 20, at the Casablanca Hotel,
it has been announced by Chair-
man Walter C. Kovner.
Samuel W. Shapiro, attorney,
will be installed as president and
Jules P. Channing, Jack J. Gold,
George J. Talianoff, and Gilbert
J. Balkin will assume the posts
of vice presidents.
Cher officers are: recording
secretary. Saul Genet; treasurer,
Irving Schatzman; financial sec-
retary, Barnett Beckerman;
chaplain, Godfrey K. Newman;
assistant chaplain, Gershon Mil-
ler; warden, Dr. Wilbur Wish-
ner; guardian, Sol Golqstrom;
trustees, Harry Zukernick, Sieg-
tried Geismar. Paul Seiderman.
Jack A. Abbott, Walter C. Kov-
ner, Mayor Hair,Id Turk, Jack
August, George J. Bertman and
Joseph A. Kogos.
Assisting Chairman Kovner
with arrangements will be Harry
Zukernick, Jack Gold. G
K. Newman, and Gilbert J. Bal-
kin.
Reservations may be made by
falling Kovner. 5-0311. or the
offices of the Miami Bea. h
Lodge. 5-2435 Room 505, 420 Lin-
coln Road.
Phillips Seated By Brown Post
Louis Phillips was installed as
commander of Norman Bruce
Brown Post of the Jewish War
Veterans last week at Beth El
Center. William Hoffheiir.es,
state department commander,
was installing officer and Bur-
nett Roth, Miami Beach council-
man, was master of ceremonies.
Mrs. Ted Lingaton was instal-
led as president of the auxiliary
by Mrs. Abbie Rosenthal.
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'tu-ack, the first 27 days of the
meeting giving the outfit a total
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dle Brothers kennel follows with
$10,811.10 gleaned during that
period, while R. H. Stevenson
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of which individually was won
by Rye Seed's $3,000 victory in
the All Florida Championship.
Paul Sutherland is listed
fourth with J. W. Ewalt fifth
and Ohlinger and Blair sixth.
However, with 29 more days to
go before the curtain falls on
June 1 it's quite likely some re-
visions in these standings will
take place.
As for the leading performers
a', the track there can be no doubt
of the superiority of the distaff
members of the greyhound clan
with Rye Seed. North American
and Twilight Squaw comprising
a big three that seems to have a
s'urangle-hold on titular honors,
especially Rye Seed which holds
the edge over the other two.
Biscayne's Comptroller, Frank
Burghart released figures show-
ing that the track turned over to
,.he state $459,000 in taxes for the
Biscayne session to date which
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Jtar Chapter Plans
iummer Party
Invitations have been mailed
young adults in the Greater
liami Area for the "Star Sum-
on- Party." sponsored by Star
i B"nai B'rlth Young Wom-
:I President Doris Klein has an-
i cd.
The event will take place in the
6 oi Miss Sonya Klein, 1248
na Avenue. Coral Gables
| May 13, t 8:30 p.m.
Wishman is in charge ol
i ments.
party has a dual pu
" said Miss Klein. "Now that
! club season is drawii <
close, the members of Star
,i those people remaining
I wn for the summer look
ward to informal get-togeth-
Al the same lime, pror
:i this and future affairs will
fj. |{ us to main iin our service
> mitments for B'nai B'ri'lh
\ is."
Ben-Gurion Talk Slated
Timed with his arrival in the
United Slates to aid the bond
sale. David Ben-Gurion. prime
minister of the State of Israel
will be the subject of the radio
program, "Builders of Israel/'
narrated by Harold Shapiro on
Sunday. May 13, at 1:15 p. m.
over station WINZ,
I
nior Hadassah Unit
ill Honor Mothers
13, M 'tin '. i -
.! ior ii- di
ir their m
s 11 :.
y will begin I 2 p. m.
>om an i :
-. s
. ith all members
3 for the party
: i. Freeman, Gl iri
n, Phyllis Gol
::. Sylvia Kazai
Al Rita Tuckman, Ann
Beverly Raphael, Lillian
and Annette Mi
itions may be made with
i i resident, Annette Melich,
U'nll SHlOOl
Installs l><>ad<'i's
Irs, James H. Ruoy was in-
led a president of the Centra
Elementary School PTA
-lay evening in the school
| ium.
rlary Roberts, past presi-
t installing office r.
I' n cognized at the i
f were Mrs. Walter Perry
V Mrs. Thomas Trent, vice
I nts; Mrs. Irving Cypen,
i inding secretary; Mrs.
in Phillips, recording sec-
|t. ry; Mrs. Louis Nadler. trea-
Marion Huey. playground
i the Miami Beach rec-
'II department, outlined the
ner program of childn n's
livities at Flamingo Park, and
McClure, music teacher.
nted the students in a pro-

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ol the event.
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UDAY. MAY 11, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
fricF OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ci.UNTY JUDGE'S" court,
>AI>E ('(ll'NTV, FLORIDA. N11
''E8TATB OF CLAIRE M
RKYN< il'l IS, sometimes known as
Pi \irf M, LYNCH, sometimes
t, .,,, aa POLLY PARSON, De-
I. "I
BiiTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
iiij final report and petition for
Discharge as Administrator of
tate q.f CLAIRE it. RBYNOLDa,
_ known aa CLAIRE m
|.\, n. sometimes known as POLLY
RtsoX, deceased: and that on the
V ,1.,! of May. 1951, I will applj
T the Honorable W. F, Blanton,
L.!\ .liulK'' of Dade County, Plor-
for approval of caul final report
for final discharge as Admlnis-
,,. of the Instate nf CLAIRE M
IVnolds. sometimes known as
Iaire M. lynch, sometimes
hv as POLLY PARSON, deceased.
Mil day of April, 1951,
EUGENE IS REYNOLDS,
r Administrator of Estate of
[ire M. REYNOLDS, sometimes
-fawn aa CLAIKE M. LYNCH.
fin. linn's known as POLLY
fcltsi iN, ii'-i eased,
feM.W It. LYONS, ESQ.
In olympia Rldg.
Jlanii, Florida
l-i:-18-28
+Jet*isti ihridUmn
PAGE U B
LEGAL NOTICE
jOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I,i:\l-.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
\.\li FOR DADE COUNTY,
t/iKIDA. IN CHANCERY, NO.
854.
KH E. MAY,
inintiff. vs
LARIoN T. MAY. Defendant.
MARION T. MAY
[4:' I'.oL'.tl'dUS Place
1 :.\ ill,-. New York.
c VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.1 lllll of Complaint for Divorce
b< 1 filed against you in the
entitled cause and you are
|by required to serve a ropy of
WiNWer to tin1 Bill of Complaint
Plaintiff s attorneys and fili-
al In the office of the Clerk
Court on or before the
..1 May. A. I >. 1961.
h Notice shall lie published once
I,, for four consecutive weeks in
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, i newspa-
| In I '.Ml, County, Florida.
. i at Miami, Florida, this 27
of Vprll, 19M.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Of the Circuit Court.
II Court Seal)
By M C. FEKJE,
11* puty clerk.
U.fiT. SILVER. TATHAM,
(i a MULLOY
orneys for Plaintiff
Insraham Building
ami. Florida
.11 1S-26
JOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
:vi:.\jij JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i I ORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
JUNTY IN CHANCERY NO.
716
CE HERMAN. Plaintiff
til' HERMAN, also known as
l|i DENNIS, Defendant.
DAVID HERMAN, also known as
kVID DENNIS, -7. Flanders Ho|el,
" W. 47th St., New York.
fcw York.
are required to serve a copy
.ir answer to the Bill of Com-
t for Divorce on the plaintiff's
:. and to file the original an-
the office of the Clerk of the
it Court on or before the fith
Of June, A. D. 1951; otherwise,
[Hill of Complaint for Divorce,
ofore filed herein, will be taken
bnfessed by you.
Itnl at Miami. Florida, this the
of May. 1951.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
Court Seal)
'. PEIOE, Deputy Clerk
l"ON A FRIEDMAN,
". y for Plaintiff
ISeyboId Bite., Miami. Florida. -
11 25
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CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
reigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
iilllo MOTORS
\V. 38th St., Miami, Fla., In-
iccister said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
I lori.la.
SAMUEL L. WE1NDROP
TAB, MAER & FLOYD
' ayne Building,
'la.
vs for
I. L. WEINDROP
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ie Jewish Floridlan o-
licita your lingal notice*.
|We appreciate your
[patronage) and auaran-
accurate service at
jal rate*. Phone 2-1141
messenger errice.
iv t?.RPE.R. ,F PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF inr
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N \ D
v" .A\V.": rovSTY, ui..,i:n,xi
Plaintiff, \s
BERNARD KARASICK
l icfendant.
TO: BERNARD KARASICK
--i South Ith Street
Brooklyn, New York
v..,, are < ,. i.> n..t ni, .1 thai ,, rim
"', omplalnl .....Hvorci has been
riled against you, and you are hi reby
required to s,.i ve a eap> t>l vo ir an-
swer to ,i. Rill of Complaint on plain-
tiff s attorney, and file the n
Answer in the office of thi Cli
"" I Ircult Court, on or bef..... the
28 day of May, 1951: otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complain I
will be taken as confessed against
Dated this 27 day of April, |9fi]
E. 1! LEATHERMAN
Clerk of cii,Uit Court
(Circuit Coin t .s,.;,|.
By it li RICE, JR.,
___ Deputy Clerk.
OEOROE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
4fe
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE, NO.
25939,
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPHINE PERDA,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
citli.r of you, mas have against the
.state of JOSEPHINE PERDA, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. w. K. 111.ANToN. Comi-
ty Judge Of Dade County, and file
the same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within eight calendar months from
tie- date of the first publication here-
ol Said claims or demands t" contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be BWorn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be haired.
Date April 26, A.D. 1951.
MAURICE I ERDA,
Aa Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of JOSEPHINE
PERDA, Deceased
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
5/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT coURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN CHANCERY. NO.
140719.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANGELA AMBRO, Plaintiff
vs
JEROME 0. AMRRO, Defendant.
TO:
JEROME 0. AMRRO
119 Central Avenue
Brooklyn, New York.
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Rill of Divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve n copy Of your Answer to the
Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorneys and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
on or before May 31st. 1951.
THIS NOTICE shall he published
once a week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of May. 19U,
E. U. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the eircult Court
By WM. \Y. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER, ABDO &
MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham BBuBlldinc, Miami, Fla.
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VEV that
the undcrsiguud. desiring to encage
In business iHfler the fictitious name
LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL
LABORATORY
at SI 63" N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami.
1 lorlda, Intends to reglBtei said name
With the Cl.uk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
.1 \m:t a OOLDBERG
KASS, FULLER -1.' CULBREATH
Attorneys for .land S. tioldberg
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cii'.cil'l
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140495.
CHARLES GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
ALICE CROSS. Defendant.
TO: ALICE GROSS
e/o It. Uebowlti
60 Alabama Avenue
Brooklyn. New York ..,_,,,.,,
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to servei* cow
of vour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original Answer in the Office
of She Clerk of the Circuit I our on
or before the 23rd day of May. 1151,
in default of which, the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
^B?^! ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County. Horida, this 23rd da>
of April. 1951 IjEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(C,rcul, Court ftl>w ggamia
Deputy Clerk.
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for I'lalntlrr
302 Roper Building
Miami 32. Florida
4/27 5/4-11-18 -_____________
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
Lines
York
sei ve
BUI of
Plaln-
IN TUv'SS B,Y PUBLICATION
|,T ,".' IT fOURT of THE
'ITH Jl DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
v "\. ;} '!' '"INIY. FLORIDA.
\ i lANi'UUY, No 140548.
v -v'v P'ASECKI, Plaintiff.
to' ,11,!;^ ,!; -.-I^1' ,,-f'n,ll'nt
I lydn .i Ann
Pearl Street
New Yo,k city, New
and ,,r
JERSZY PIASECK1
c/p Mrs Anna Plasecka
i I. Low* ka No n
Kkiernleu Ice, Pi
*OI are herebj required to
a copy ol youi Answer to the
' '""pi.nut for Dlvorc...... the
tin h Attornej and to file h.....rlglnal
.; In the Office or the Clerk of
the i ircult Court on or before the
Z4 day oi May, A.D 1951, otherwise.
the Hill ,,f Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confused lv you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 21
day oi April, A.D 1951
E. I!. LEATHERMAN,
< lerk ol the circuit Court
._, Hade County. Florida
It Ircult Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy ci.rk.
Name and Addn ss of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
MURRAY OOODMAN
910-12 Olympia Building
Miand. Florida
l J7 5 1-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
1 Hil7.
LAURA FOLGER, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH .1 FOLGER. Defendant,
To: JOSEPH J. FOLGER,
Res 'I. in uioviiow n
Mailing address: i General
Delivery, Bayonne, New Jersey.
You are required to serve n copy or
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
ami to rile the original answer in the
"'..... or the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21 day of May,
A.D. 1951: otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will l,e taken as confessed bv
you.
i-.iteil at Miami, Florida, this the
20 day of April, 1951.
i:. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
,.,, -. .. 'pn'y Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
lii:':i Seybold Bide, Miami, Florida.
4 27 7./4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
In Chancery, No. 110551.
EVELYN WARD. Plaintiff, vs.
DONALD WARD, Defendant.
TO: Do.NALI) WARD. Defendant
88-05 Springfield Blvd.
Bayslde, Long Island, New York
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 to said Bill on the Plaintiff's
attorney, NORMAN R. LYONS, !'l"
olympia Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer In the office
Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mian :. i i.uie County, l"i.,i Ida, on or
before the 23rd day or May, 1951, or
a decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED this 21 day of April. 1951
at Miami, Dade County, Florida.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit c,,urt Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy clerk.
I 27 5 I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersicned, desirinc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Martin Food Products at 10 S E Mil
Street, Miami, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PAUL MARTIN
4/27 5-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersicned. desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
Malvern Motel at 1T47."> Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL .1. KAUFMAN
SOPHIE 0. KAUFMAN
Co-Partners
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/27 r,/4-ll-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA -
IN CHANCERY, No. 140549.
HAROLD W. WORSNOP, Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP,
Defendant.
To: RUTH FLORENCE WORSNOP
S65 Chestnut Street
Kearny, New Jersey
YoU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs
Attorney and to file the Original
Answer In the Offl.....f Hie clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
L'l dav of May, A.D. 1951. otherwise.
the BUI of c.mpiaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of April. A.D, 1951.
J IS. P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade county, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
MURRAY GOODMAN .
910-12 Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
4/27 .'./4-11-18
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I40MO.
MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs.
SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant
TO: SOPHIE BUCKO, Defendant
79 OliBNWOOD AVENUE
BLNCHAMl'TON. NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIHED
that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are herebv required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the-Bill .of Com-
plaint on the llaintiffs attorney, and
file the original Answer in the office
,,f the Clerk of the. Circuit.Court of
Dade Countv, Florida, on or-.before
the tSr* dav of May, lsr.i. otherwise
the allegations of the BUI of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
>"l")ATED at Miami, Florida, this 21
dav of April, 1951.
aa> oi a, I.KATHHRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court S^ ^^
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-U-12 Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney tor. Plaintiff
4/27 5/4-1U-18 '"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersicned. desirinc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Peacock Salon ol Beauty at B36 s.
-Miami Av.- Miami, intends to regis-
ter said name with the clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade countv, Florida
ULMA SIMPSON,
Scde Owner
4/27 :./4-ll-l\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
2 575 2
In Re: ESTATE i 'I-'
HERMAN GLICK8BERG,
I ie. eased.
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Jlgalnsl Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, Ol
either of you, may have against the
state of HERMAN GLICKSBERG. I
deceased, late of Miami Beach, l de
County, Florida, to the Hon. w. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eicht calendar
months from the date of the first
publications hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and prcstnted as aforesaid, or same
will he barred. See Section 120 of
the 19311 Probate Act.
1*1 BLANCHE GLICKSBERG
As Executrix of the Iist will
and Testament of Herman Clicks-
berc. Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Blanche Glleksbers
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersicned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Whitehart Hotel at 315 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Ha., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
H. R GORDON
JACOB D CORDON
MAMP.ER and LIFTER
Attorneys for Applicants
350 Lincoln Road
4/20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
140259.
ROSLYN C. SMITH, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SMITH. Defendant.
To Joseph Smith
3076 35th Street
Astoria. Ixtng island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
hiiDof complaint in the above cause
for divorce on the Plaintiffs attornej s,
and file the original In the Offli e of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before May 14, 1951, otherwise said
bill of complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated, this 13th day of April, 1951.
K. H LEATHERMAN,
Cl, rk of Circuit Court,
.Dade County, Florida.
(Circtilt Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE,
Deputy CU-rk.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 SevlNild Building
Miami 32, Florida
I 20-27 5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Croydon Men's Shop at 111 N. E. 2nd
\ve Miami, Intends to recister said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
j'VCon wolf
Sole owner
5/4-11-1S-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.IN
CHANCERY. NO. 14074S.
JOSEPHINE ALONSO, Plaintiff, vs.
CESAR ALONSO, Defendant.
To: Cesar Alonso
Juan Delgado No. 3
Santos Snare/.
Havana, Cuba.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer on
plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTBIN.
WEIN8TEIN WEINSTEIN, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
and file the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before May 28,
1951. If you fail to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
Dated this 2nd day of Mav. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By: R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
0/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tflfc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
188910.
MICHAEL l.EWIN an.I MAR-
(SUER1TE l.EWIN. his wife. Plain-
tiffs, vs. HARRY BERNSTEIN and
UELLE BERNSTEIN, also known
as BELLA BERNSTEIN, his wlfi
MARK V D, WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR individual-
ly and as Trustee, Defendants.
TO: HARRY BERNSTEIN and
BELLE BERNSTEIN, also known
as BELLE BERNSTEIN, hit H f.
MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., Indivi-
dually and as Trustees, and if any
of th,. above named defendants i"
deceased, then the unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, asslgi.....h
llenors, creditors, trustees, and all
other parties claiming interests, by,
througn, under or sealnst th* said
HARRY BERNSTEIN and BELLB
BERNSTEIN, also Known As
BELLA BERNSTEIN, his "
MARK V. D. WADSWORTH and
EUGENE ZIEGLER JR., In and to
the property hereinafter described
and all unknown spouses, heirs
devisees, grantees, assignees, lleiiors
creditors, trustees and parties claim-
ing interests in said property, by
throuch. under or against HARR1
BERNSTEIN and BELLI-: BERN-
STEIN, also known as BELLA
BERNSTEIN, his wife, MARK V. D
WADSWORTH and EUGENE
ZIEGLER JR., individually and as
trustee; and all unknown parties
having or outlining to nave an)
right, title, or Interest, In and to
the following described property
situate In Dade County, Florida:
lad 5, In Block 5, of CORAL
Nook accordlnc to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
R. at Pac 116, of the Publli
Records ol Dade County, IMoridS
YOU, the above named and design-
ated Defendants, both known and un-
known, are herebv notified that the
Plaintiff has filed his Bill of Com-
plain! against you, and each of you
as Defendants In the above styled
cause in the Circuit Court in and
tor the Eleventh Judicial circuit. In
and for Dade County, Florida, to
quiet and establish the title of the
Plaintiff in and to the above de-
scribed lands and to remove certain
clouds upon the title of the Plaintiff
thereto, and for such other relief
as will more fully appear from the
Bill of Complaint filed herein, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, Samuel Rubin, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the orlcinal Answer or Pleadlnc In
the Office of tha '"lerk of the Circuit)
Court on or before the 17th day of
May. A. D. 1951. If you fail to do so
judgment by default will be taker.
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 I
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 JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 23889.
RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT GRAUSO,
J iceeased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Aneillary
Administrator of the estate of Robert
Grauso, deceased; and that on the
21st dav of May, 1951, will apolv
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON.
County Judce of I>ade 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. MALEK
Ancillary Administr.,' ir.
KAPLAN, D1ETZ .< LA8KY
Attorneys for Joseph W. Malek
Ancillary Administrator
Estate of Robert Grauso, Deceased
4 211-27 5 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE MARKET at 401 N. W
nth Street, Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
HELEN FOLAND
SOL FOLAND
JOSEPH PAR1H)
Attorney for Owners
914 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
1 -11-27 5/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA. IN AND Ft >R DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140396.
HELEN D. TUMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
PHILIP TUMAN, Defendant.
To: Philip Tuman
e/o John Tuman,
6*70 West Find Avenue,
New York City, N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce haa been
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your -answer or
pleading thereto on the plaintiff's
attorney. HERBERT E KAUFMAN.
1629 duPont 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
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 be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridlan.
DONF: and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this LSth day of April. 1951.
FI. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _____
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy ClerK.
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/20-27 6/4-11
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