The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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Ruskin Named
l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Bond Sales Rise To $35 Million
B-4* >ImIs lira11
Million Roar Shalom To B-G in NYC;
Federation President RallV Hears Prime Minister Laud
reaerIOIl rresiaent America's Friendship To Jewish State
Ruskin was elected ris Goodman, Sam Friedland. Sid-
It of the Greater Miami ney Lefcourt. Carl Weinkle, vice
[Federation at the thir- j presidents; Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Innual meeting of the or secretary; Howard Kane, treas-
on Wednesday night in : urer; Sam Blank, Moses Gins-
lyne Room of the Colum- berg, Samuel Katz, Marcie Liber-
He succeeds William man, Mrs. Ben Meyers, I. L. Mint-
zer, Stanley C. Myers, Max Oro-
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)A
ticker-tape reception and a mil-
lion roars of "Shalom" from the
world's largest Jewish city be-
hind him, Prime Minister David
Ben-Gunon began his sweep
vitz, Joseph M. Rose, Herbert j through the nation this week on
Seher Montei Selig Harry Sirkin, behalf of the $500,000,000 Israel
Joseph R Stein and Jacob Slier. n. ,
. Awards were made to Mrs. \Bond dme-
Glasser Ablin and Kanner "for |
j outstanding service to the Jew-
ish community." Also cited for
i meritorious service was Sam
Friedland, chairman of this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Highlighting this year's meet-
ing was a_dramatization of the | support" which "the Zionist idea
enjoyed" in the United States.
"We shall always remember,"
Ben-Gurion told the audience,
"that it was America which was
the first to recognize our status
as a free and independent na-
tion."
followed the parade and later
that evening Ben-Gurion met
with top bond officials.
The following evening an over-
flow audience, many of them
lining the sidewalk unable to
cram into the huge stadium,
learned that advance commit-
ments for the Israel Bond Drive
in honor of Ben-Gurion amount-
Highlight of Ben-Gunon s stay ed to S33.000,000.
in this the home of several mil- a packed-agenda brought Ben-
lion Jews was a gigantic Madison Gurion to Philadelphia over the
Square Garden rally whore 20.- week-end where he presented the
000 heard the white-haired leader ^^^IWfe^S'S
the long and unbroken ceremonies at Independence Hall.
history of Federation, written by
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe
1 Boxerman. The seven men who
have served as president since
the central Jewish Agency was
formed participated in the skit.
I They include Stanley C. Myers,
Benjamin E. Bronston, Sam
Blank, Monte Selig, Max Oro-
vitz, Jacob Sher and William D.
j Singer.
Reports were given by George
; Chertkof, chairman of the budget
: committee; Joseph M. Rose, treas-
urer; and Campaign Chairman
! Friedland
Earlier Ben-Gurion met with
Prof. Albert Einstein at Prince-
ton.
.Smiling broadly. Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion shakes
hands with towering Secretary
of State Dean Acheson while ex-
changing greetings during the
Prime Minister's official visit to
the White House on his trip
the United Statss.
to
Economist To Speak
At Rally Tuesday
Economic aspects of Israel to-
day will be discussed by Robert
Nathan, noted economist and
author, at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Tuesday night. May
122. Nathan will speak on behalf
j of the nationwide drive to sell
$500,000,000 in Israel Indepen-
dence Issue bonds.
The member of the board of
' governors of the American Fi-
' nancial and Development Cor-
poration for Israel is chcduled to
I talk at 8 p.m. Earlier he will hold
a press conference at the Nautilus
Hotel and be guest of honor ut a
cocktail party there
Admission to the speech at the
Jewish Center. 17th st. and Wash-
ington ave.. is free to the gen-
Dan B. Ruskin
lev, who__was elected hon-
resident.
knai) of the 1950 Combined
Appeal. Ruskin has long
ptive in Federation activi-
rs elected to Federation
re re Jack Ablin, Dr. Mor-
|dtkrs Cancel
!hnr Dates
JNA. (JTA)Arluro Tos-
|and Bruno Walter, world
(inductors, are believed
cancelled their engage-
fto conduct at the 1951
fp Music Festival because
i cent anti-Jewish ex-
3\ police and neo-Nazis in
r it was learned here.
lian officials are quite con-
over the unfavorable re-
Itlie incidents caused over-
lie head of the provincial eral public. Dr. Morris Goodman,
bent. Dr. H. Klaus, told chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel
Asserting that Israel did not
desire territorial expansion. Ben-
Gurion said "we seek only a home
and dignity for the Jewish peo-
ple, an opportunity for them to
Ben-Gurion To Address IMA Conclave;
23 Miamians Invited To Attend
NEW YORK. (JTA)David coast are assembling many mil-
Ben Gurion Prime Minister of lion of dollars in cash for presen-
ce State of Israel, will be the tation to Mr. Ben Gurion. it was
guest of honor and principal revealed by Mr. Warburg. He
renew their ancient traditions speaker at the United Jewish Ap- ] said that on the basis of reports
and express their cultural striv- peal's extraordinary National Ac- submitted by communities, the
ings." tion Conference to be held in Chi- ; UJA's national leadership held
t ^ j o caen on Mav 26 and 27 (high hopes that the cash gift to
Ben-Gurion s Madison Square.caS on may ^ da .* M- B Gurion would
ovation followed a public wel-I The two-day conference will e maoe io
come in which the Prime Minis- serve as a national third ann.ver- be one of me
ter escorted by Secret Service j sary celebration of Israel s; inde- P"*f*"ea
agents paraded in an open car ; pendence, as a tribute by Ameri-
down famed Lower Broadway to i can Jewry to Mr. Ben Gurion s
the tune of five bonds and 2,000 leadership of the Jewish state,
soldiers and sailors, including 200 and as an emergency effort to fiHm.n Dr
officers and men of the visiting plan the next steps for the rescue Louis Glasser ^ R^dm^ Dn
Israel Navv i and transfer to Israel of tens of Morris Goodman. Howaid Kane,
I thousands of Jews from Rumania, Aaron Kanner, Morns Klass. Sam
An estimated one million spec- T Libya and other parts of the Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt, I. L.
tators swelled the huge crowd NVori'd Mintzer. Stanley C. Myers. Max
which lined the sidewalks lead-' Determined to make the con- < Orovitz. David Phillips. Dan B.
ing to City Hall where Mayor feronce in Chicago the scene of Ruskin. Herbert Scher. Jacob
Vincent Impellitteri officially one of the g,.eatest tributes ever Sher. Fred K. Shochet. Joseph
welcomed Ben-Gurion. paid t0 a jewish statesman. Jew- R. Stein. William D. Singer. Har-
A city reception and luncheon!ish communities from coast-to- ry Sirkin and Carl Weinkle._____
a leading Israeli
Miamians invited to the Chi-
cago meet are Jack A. Ablin, Sam
Blank Samuel Friedland, Mrs.
p.hurg council that the in-
have done the province
arm and will affect ad-
attendance at the Salz-
festival because many
in and British tourists
rlready cancelled reserva-
the event.
Committee tor Bonds of
Government, announced.
Nathan predicted several years
ago that the State of Israel would
be able to absorb a tremendous
influx of immigrants without de-
trimental effect on its economic
structure.
Todav that influx of immi-
grants is continuing at a rate of
ncary 30,000 a month in the first
few months of 1951. Israel plans
to absorb some 600.000 immi-
grants in the next three years
under its new four-point pro-
gram. .
Nathan will explain the Psi-
| Collaborator Freed
IS, (JTA)A French mil-
court granted amnesty to
.M'dinand Celine, novelist
kti-Semitic Nazi collaborat-
ing the occupation of
Celine, who was sen-
to a prison term and con-1
>n of his property in ab- | tion of the bond drivejn relation
is now free to return from
Id to which he fled after
deration.
anti-Semitic
ravings were
to the overall campaign to raise
$1,500,000,000 for Israels pro-
gram
The former Deputy Direcl
k>red by some to be worse the U.S. Office of War MobiUza-
ose of Julius Streicher, tion and Reconversion is eonMa-
s top Jew hater. Celine ered one of the worlds reading
d under Otto Abetz, Nazi authorities on the industrial .ma
to Vichy France, and agricultural future of the young
d the extermination of state. nnn ,_j
Tin. entire $500,000,000 bond
issue is earmarked for develop.-
ment of the industrial and agri-
cultural economies. Nathan wi
point out None of the money will
be used for purely philanthropic
th
iws.
il Workers To Meet
.ANTIC CITY, (JTA)
ian a thousand Jewish so-
forkers will appraise the
of the national emergency
>ish social welfare during
2nd annual meeting of the
al Conference of Jewish
Welfare opening here on
[19 at the Hotel Traymore.
' than 500 Jewish communi-
rill be represented.
PUAPcapacity attendance of 1.-
700 is indicated for the Jewish
Center talk, one of many wh ch
the Grater Miami Committee
will sponsor to keep the public
informed of the purpose of the
bond campaign.
Salute to Israel." led by Mrs. Golda Meyerson. I
was termed the "Miracle of Miami" by Dr. Morris
ris Goodman, chairman of the Great -
Last Thursday's giant bond rally,
Uter of lahor. was ^ *e/S^Th."iito WWsMiTtai''in the initial 10 day.
.r Miami committee for Stateof I~J_~ ^,* nce b.for. estimated crowd of 2,000
-. h. local drir was sparked oy Mrs. a ki Assuoate<
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[7/ Say...
would have been a Jewish State long ago
tli, unfortunate rigidity of Orthodox Jucla-
pnluiy after century Jews were massacred,
locked in Ghettos, denied civil, economic and
Skills. Yet Orthodoxy clung with obdurate
to the tenet that no collective solution must
kpted until the Messiah comes along ambling
nk, \ This doctrine has been responsible for
|th oi millions, besides unnecessary suffering
lol.l misery. As if the Jewish State were an
tli.it would prevent a Redeemer from usher-
e era of peace and universal brotherhood.
M
as therefore inevitable for religionists to re-
le newly launched Zionist movement with
ening hostility. But all Orthodox leaders
3t obtuse. Rabbi Isaac Jacob Reines of Lida
iuania immediately perceived that Zionism
>ne of the false Messianic movements of the
ior was Theodor Herzl a Sabbatai Zevi.
was something myopic about the refusal to
Irt in the rescue of Jews from Czarist bond-
, to rebuild Eretz Israel. It is true that Zion-
re not distinguished for piety; but why not
pn and bring to bear the influence of tra-
Judaism upon Zionism. Thus under the
..ip of the devout Rabbi Reines and other en-
ed spirits, the Mizrachi was organized under
_Sthead: The Land of Israel, for the people of
[on the basis of the Torah of Israel.
\CHI
[izrachi developed its own international or-
yet at all times remaining a constituent
|r of the World Zionist Organization. It built
_ vn school system in Palestine; it organized
zim and Moshavim; it collected funds for its
*ancinl agencies; yet it was represented on the
of hp JNF and the Keren Hayesod. Mizrachi
lond lob in Palestine; at the same time in-
( me prestige and influence of Orthodoxy
Duul ihe Galut.
IS ISRAEL
Orthodox standpatters followed a different
Those who would not join Mizrachi founded
W Arrested
Jluinania
|DON. (JT A)Arrests of
. Rumania on charges of
racy and anti-Communism
jintinuing, it was reported
iis week from Istanbul on
sis of information received
Rumanian Liberation Corn-
there. The committee re-
that Jews in Rumania had
en permitted to produce
s for Passover.
of the Rumanian Jews
1, the report said, are
j. Other Zionist leaders
I en under arrest for many
without having been
. the committee said. The
Bttee also reported that anti-
|unists in Rumania blame
ws for the present internal
lties in that country and
has been a resultant in-
. in anti-Semitism. Despite
Stained anti-Zionist propa-
A program, the committee
[the majority of the 300.000
in Rumania wish to emi-
to Israel.
s. Appelbaum
[ 31 ay Queen
Is. Bernard Appelbaum, i-ep-
ptative of the Young Weds
eth David, was selected May
at the spring dance spon-
by the Flagler-Granada
_sh Community Center at the
Iblanca Hotel Saturday night.
le was presented with a sil-
I loving cup by Harold Sha-
, Miami Beach attorney, a
plete wardrobe and a week-
at the Casablanca Hotel.
feila Gross of the Miami Beach
pok second place, with Gloria
Itenstein of the Miami Beach
; of Junior Hadassah third.
I contestants received gifts.
ver 600 persons attended the
THE RELIGIOUS BLOC IN ISRAEL
the Agudas Israel. In this group, the mental agility,
common sense, and open minded receptivity, which
Jews sum up with the term satchel, were completely
lacking. In a modern age of objective science,
Agudas Israel reverted to medieval obscurantism.
Their eves closed to the anti-Semitism rampant about
them, they stuffed their senses to the perils lurking
in Nazi Judeophobia. Instead of delivering their
brethren from the Europe that had become Egypt
with Hitler as Pharaoh, they fought Zionism with
all the vindictiveness of bigotry. The height of
absurdity was reached when Rabbi Sonnenfeld would
appear before the League of Nations with the claim
that Agudas Israel, and not the Jewish Agency,
could speak for World Jewry. When in concentra-
tion camps waiting to be packed into death trains,
they must have repented their folly in opposing set-
tlement in Palestine.
ITS OPPORTUNISM
Having worked to prevent a Jewish state, Agudas
Israel was quick to enjoy the frr.its of the labor and
sacrifice of those who brought about its formation.
The first general election gave Mapai 46 seats, not
enough to control a majority in the Knesset. Un-
able to agree with the leftist Mapam, Ben Gurion
invited the Religious Bloc into his cabinet. Agudas
Israel accepted with alacrity. The Mizrachi, the
Socialist Hapoel Hamizrachi, the Leftist Hashomer
Hadate, and the Agudas Israel, altogether counted
16 religious seats in the Assembly.
The Religious Bloc suddenly found itself in a
strategic position. Without its cooperation the Ben
Gurion cabinet could not last a day. Agudas Israel
would have drawn every ounce of advantage from
the situation. But Mizrachi adopted a saner ap-
proach. It is the aim of all the religious groups to
make the state into a Theocracy. Mizrachi, how-
ever, is putting off the issue until Israel rests on a
firmer foundation. It recognizes that the Infant Re-
public is beset by enough difficulties without the
additional strife of a Kulturkampf.
INSINUATION OF ORTHODOX RULINGS
In spite of the non-religious attitude of the ma-
By HARRY SIMONHOFr
jority, the devout cabinet members have succeeded
in injecting Judaic practices in the government. With-
out permissive legislation, rulings have been pro-
mulgated, with Ben Gurion's tacit non-objection.
Compulsive circumcision on immigrant children was
ordered at state expense. A young widow was not
allowed to remarry until the infant brother of her
dead husband reached his 13th year, so that he could
reject her under the ancient Chalizah law. Trains
and busses are not permitted to run on the Sabbath.
Bread is forbidden on Passover week except to non-
Jews A marriage ceremony performed within the
State by a Reform Rabbi is invalid. All army foods
are Kosher prepared. Foreign exchange is not re-
leased for the importation of meat not ritually
slaughtered.
CHURCH AND STATE ISSUE
Finally Ben Gurion's government had to split on
the issue of compulsory religious education in secular
schools. Matters were patched up temporarily, but
the cabinet had to resign several months later. The
Knesset has called for a general election. The Re-
ligious Bloc hopes to pick up strength from the re-
cently arrived Olim out of Eastern Europe and from
the Sephardim of Yemen and the Near East.
It is disconcerting to learn that even today there
are people who advocate the union of Church and
State. As if enough blood has not yet been shed as a
consequence of that combination. Jews still carry
the scars of wounds received from the united tyranny
of religion and government. Not that Christian or
Moslem citizens of Israel would ever suffer the in-
dignities heaped upon Jews by Church and Mosque.
But the majority in Israel would never tolerate a
joint rule of Synagogue and State. They may feel
the deepest veneration for traditional Judaism. But
never will liberal minded Jews consent to a Common
Law based exclusively on the Talmud, the Poskim,
the Shulchan Auruch, excellent though this system
might be. Government is a secular affair. Religion
is a matter of private conscience. In Israel the twain
must never meet.
Beth David To Map Construction Plans
With the exterior of Beth
David Synagogue nearing com-
pletion, the congregation is map-
ping plans for the second phase
of construction on its site. S.W.
3rd Avenue and 26th Road, to
include classrooms and recrea-
tional facilities for the 700 stu-
dents attending daily and Sun-
day school classes.
Final arrangements for the new
classroom building will be made
at a congregation buffet supper
Sunday. May 20, at 7 p.m. at the
I synagogue.
The projected building will
Judge Holland Dismisses
Suit Against Butchers
Judge John W. Holland of U. !
S District Court this week signed |
an order dismissing with preju- ;
dice to the plaintiff, Sam Bras-
lawsky a suit filed against the
Miami' Beach Kosher Butchers
Association, charging the group
with violation of the Sherman
Anti-Trust Act.
Malvin Englander represented
the butchers unit, while Arthur
Kimmel was attorney for the
plaintiff. ^^^^_
Lessin Bar Mitzvah
Gary Sayle son of Mr and
Mrs. Hyman Lessin 2360 B. w.
24th Avenue, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, May 19, at
9 a. m. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
The young man, a student at
Shenandoah Junior High School,
will be feted at a kiddush imme-
diately following the service. He
will also be guest of honor at a
reception at the home of his par
elite on Sunday, May 20, from 3
to 5 p. m.
contain 30 classrooms, a library,
music room, arts and crafts room
and an auditorium with a ca-
pacity of 500.
Established in 1925, the Beth
David Religious School was the
first Jewish school in the area.
Today the faculty consists of rab-
bi, cantor, executive and director
and 25 teachers.
General chairman of the pro-
gram is Sidney Lefcourt. assisted
by Abe Kurman. Max Swartz
and John Feller. Publicity is un-
der the direction of Murray
Baum, Saul Chaftez and Harry
Gordon. Arrangements for the
buffet supper are being made by
Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt. The program
committete consists of Herbert
E. Scher, Jacob Sher and Stan-
ley Myers. Additional members
of the committees include. Sidney
Pozen, Herbert Sher, Bernard
Sterling and Mrs. Ernest Suss-
mann
Associated Photo
Making plans for a new classroom and MtMslOB>lbl^dis
to ^constructed by Beth David Congregation fr""&l"**
r?ght> Abe Kurman. Bernard A. Sterlmg. president of the con
gregation: Mrs. Ernest Sussman. president of Beth DW*
^standing, left tonight; Harry Gordon. Sidney Pozen and Herbert
Sher.
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FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
An Historic Week
The past week, though marred by fighting
with the Syrian invaders, has been a most glori-
ous cue in the history of Israel. On the one
hand the young state celebrated the third a
versary of its independence amidst, what was
reported, a spirit of festivity and deter:::.::
and, on the other, it witnessed a spectacle or
the American scene that was as encoui
it was sincere.
Penetrating Be:-. Gurion, dynamic Pi
Israel, is not a stranger to our shores. H.:.
lived in the United States for some years he
a profound understa : the American
pie. highest regard for its d<
and almost worshipful adoration ol its pion
5ni3 every field of hum. It
was no .-.ccident that the :.:-
uttered when arriving in Washington
the parallel berw I g pioneering spirit oi
two countries Israel and the United States, Yet
ever, such a keen observer as he must wail foi
a more propitious and calmer moment before
essaying and evaluating the full significance of
the honor that has been poured upon him and his
rour.try during his visit to official Washin
and his triumphant conquest oi the world's largest
and most cosmopolitan cityNew York.
Mr. Ben Gurion s triumphal entry on the Ameri-
can scene coincided with Israel's" celebration of
its Independence Dav and with the launchina of
its S500 000.000 bond drive in the United States.
The genuine warmth and enthusiasm with which
the Premiei c: brae] was met wherever he made
a pur'..-- appearance is a gratifying assurance
that the young state oi Israel has ingratiated it-
self in the heart ol the largest single Jewish com-
mit: ty in Ih eworld and in the hearts of the Ameri-
can people who recognize in Israel cne of the
t:'-;t" and genuine forces tor democracy in the
The :mpressior. the Israel'Premier
- made upon will linger long after his de-
we a:e conv i th : hive he
States will end in
: one of
nomic inde-
:e.
"I Am An American Khii/"
LET US HEED THE CALL
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and principles for which he has been fighting all
his life. In this year's proclamation, the Presi-
dent expressed his great concern for equal op-
portunities for all who reside in this great coun-
try of cars regardless of color, creed or national
origin. He also emphasized the importance of
the preservation of individual liberty and justice
for all.
Especially precious are the rights and privi-
leges of American citizenship to those of us who
have suffered oppression abrcad, or whose im-
:ate forebears never enjoyed the reai free-
guaranteed by true democracy.
In these trying times W must be particularly
Ifast in our support of democratic ideals be-
Ihus can we be an inspiring example
the world and a guarantee to the
that eventually freedom
prevail.
: we cent:::--:-.crate "I Art An
and that by cur devotion
1 : of life we can succeed
I rosperity and happi-
le of the United State's bu
rid
Kiiai It rith To Prctoiil Hays
To ljo \4w Ameriran Citizens
I rcciloiii House
Prosents Plav
Ke-Attirmina
A iireat Partnership
In a fitting climax to his visit H- .
ister David Ben-Gurion on Sunday &
end his American tour with n m '^8.1
Chicago at the National Acti-n ffi1 dN
United Jewish Appeal. Lonie!^
With more than 1.000 leaders of i
in attendance, the Conference will M
cate anew the efforts of Arr.ei can '!*"to
half of Israel, and will mo fe
day with the presentation :- ':~\
an unprecedented sum of cash
major installment on this ye .. ,, ::**l
paign. -----'"-;:
In addition, the Conference will
hall-way point in this yec-: 7^
peal campaign and will seek to nan?'
steps by American Jewry :
fer to Israel of many tens o: t-ousandTS-
from Eastern European and Moslem land, i-
appropriate that the Prime M-iister dSL,1
both the guest of honor at this Core ?'
witness to the continuing vitality an(j '
cf the United Jewish Appeal.
The UJA, both before and after the
ment of the Jewish State, has played a
in every effort to further the settlement
ing and development of what was kit St
ish community of Palestine, and is today fed
and independent State of Israel Total d
United Jewish Appeal continues to holddhJ
part of the center of the staae not merely ~*Z\
ing possible the immigration and mass aWl
tion of thousands of homeless Jews bu- -&I
viding for programs of major charade- :0"ial
the State of Israel economical secure ]
It is of especial importance'a: this tmetoj
call that the more than 1,200 representedjl
the overwhelming body of American Jewry ijl
met in Washington. D. C, las: October fail
National Planning Conference that adopeil
now famous three-year, billion dollar aid |
gram for Israel assigned not only a major n|
to the United Jewish Appeal but stressed aM
clearest terms "the primacy of the UJA i: i
efforts to help solve Israei ...... afc
It is gratifying to see the;' the United Jew*
Appeal continues at a vigorous and effects!
pace, and that in this resrx:- err.::.: -at
others, the UJA continues to ei : the ::jr.eri
assigned to it.
Mr. Ben Gurion and the moi ml JtBJeiil
community leaders who v.... letberatlij
Palmer House in Chicagc
will thus join hands to re-a: -r.:!cej|
standing partnershipa part
note is "action" and whose :. ectivesaeM
nthering of the homele=.
of Israels ability to re: em,
ItVacli W onion To Beth El School


Iliiior Powell
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Flagier-Granada Group
Will See Ccr.cer Film
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To Hold (Graduation
Exercises Sunday
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h, MAY 18. 1951
+Jewist fhrSdlan
PAGL' 6 A
ing
Acs Canter To
ior llrnt*r
mial reception honor-
Qelernter, outgoing
..: of the Coral Gal i
er, will be held Sun-
y 20 al o:30 p.m. in
am' auditorium of the tem-
Irnter la the first ofi i
pie to be so hono.i...
during his two-fa rm ad-
It i that all of the build-
:!:, chi peli classrooms
I were built. The mem
luring his term of office
from 40 families to 350
es and Rabbi Morris A.
[became affiliated with the
as its spiritual leader.
_rnter has been a resident
Iral Gables for the past six
He is a graduate of Syra-
[and Harvard Universities
. head of the G.E. Construc-
Company. He resides at 1420
|a Avenue, Coral Gables
ii wife, two daughters and
reception is being jointly
ored by the temple mem-
| the sisterhood and men's
i under the chairmanship of
lh Koven.
isiv Council
its Officer*
= officers Of the Jewish Mu-
buncil of Greater Miami, re-
installed by the outgoing
nan. Cantor Samuel Kele-
: at a musicale held in the
J School with over 300 mem-
[and guests present, met this
to discuss summer activi-
|e council, which is affiliated
i the Jewish Centers Associa-
nd the Bureau of Jewish
fcation, is completing its con-
lion and reorganizing its
|bership which will be both
nizational and individual,
ter participation of the en-
community is expected.
I research library of books on
Bsh music and of records is
ned to be housed in the new-
iirchased home of the Bureau
le.vish Education. Program-
i I : Jewish music over radio
lens is in progress. It is hoped
besides the regular festival
ng the Jewish Music
ijth a series of smaller musi-
ks can be arranged beginning
rly fall.
iriliar Home
ohm Installs
Irs. Sa! Ramagli was installed
i sident of the Miami Chap-
the National Children's
Id Home at a lunch
sdav at the Biscayne Terrace
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkoff serv-
S installing officer.
a seated at the exercises
Mrs. Harold Cohen, first
president; Mrs. Henry Ja-
son, second vice president;
David Parnes. third vice
dent; Mrs. David Dvoskin.
ording secretary; Mrs. Ben
Iden, recording secretary; Mrs.
ks Glance, corresponding sec-
tary; Mrs Sam Schulwolf.
lasurer; Mrs. Leo Sobel, finan-
kl secretary.
Miami Student
HMMiv Irey Lou Silvern, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Sih
and at the Uni>
for


n
s. J. M.
Birmin Ala. Mi
has jus) I it sident
of Pin Upsili n I Imici on, rial
home ec ni i nics honorai
Pioneer Women To Meet
Next meeting of Pioneer Wom-
en Club No. Two of Miami Beach
will take place on Monday, Maj
21, at the home oi Mrs.
A- nui .
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il :
rant
time Mrs. Yell
of tiie moth if 1! I
ored
V er was honoi ed by
., Is Wl ii! to
i '. .1 Fund and the
Child Rescue Fund.
|orth Carolina Resort
?ts June 1 Opening
Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
"B, N.C., will open for the sea-
.. June 1, under the manage-
ent of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis.
[Located 3,000 feet up in the
lue Ridge Mountains, the resort
B- a main house, lodge and cot-
, and operates under the
ncrican plan.
According to Lewis, the Inn of-
fcrs a variety of sports and rccre-
lions including swimming, horse
Wck riding, golf, dancing and
huffleboard. Located nearby arc
Dpping centers, shows, summer
ick theatre and national parks.
A. F. GIVEN
Xcw Location
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N. E. 2ndAve.
Phone 3-5373
Miami. Florida
Herbert Gelemter
Auxiliary Plans Picnic
Ladies Auxiliary of the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-
munity Center will meet Mon-
daj. May 21. at 8 p.m. at the Cen-
ter. 951 E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah,
to discuss final plans for a picnic
to be held at Crandon Park Sun-
jday. June 3. Mrs. M. Abramson
is chairman of the event.
Lear School Day Camp
The L< Scl ool has announced
the opening of a day camp on
June 25 with a program of arts
and crafts, dramatics, swimming
and singing. The1 camp is for boys
and girls from four to 12 years
old, and the last day for registra-
tion is June 1.
Metropolitan Council
To Seat Officers
Mrs. Melvin Benner, chai
of the installation of new ot;i-
: the Mel ipoli incil
of B B N ii n. has an-
I that 1 i H
Gull I
'
ai will I
: K "
ill b
tress of cen .1 rs.
k will install M
I dent; vice
president, Mrs. H' chlei
pi esident, Mi s. B
trs. !
ley Falk; inding s1
tary, Miss Trudi Lach; treasurer,
Mrs. Irving Cypen; historian-re-
porter, Miss Beverly Koch: par-
liamentarian, Mrs. Kaufman;
counselor, Mrs. Nathan Bloom.
After the installation, a skit
consisting of parodies on B'nai
B'rith, written by Miss Trudi
Lach, will be presented.
For reservations, contact Mrs.
Benner. 86-4055
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* lf^i . Strictly Neighbors
>)
By HELEN ALPERT
MUSIC AND ARTS:
Being with a lot of talented people can tnaki for a mighty
friendly evening. All you others, too, are invited to join t! e Miami
Beach Music and Arts League which, by now, has much
wholesome interest unto itself, At the meeting in the Saxony's
King Arthur Room. Ed Mandell presented organizer Rut:: Brotman
with the League's official charter and by-laws and it gave me
some quiet pleasure to discover a roomful of JEWISH FLORIDIAN
readers who declare this column to be almost as interesting as
by-laws
Dr. Abraham Wolfson had commended me earlier on the
twinkle in my eye which he says gets transferred into "Strictly
Neighbors". I didn't disillusion him with the grim fact that this
particular twinkle was one of apprehension. My worst fears got
confirmed when I rose to talk, because by golly, it happened
I felt exactly like something running in the third race at
Hialeah. trying to telescope a 3-weeks' oration on publicity into
10 minutes. I didn't make it but neither did the other nag at
Hialeah) and gasped to a slop after 15 minutes. The only one
in the audience who was spellbound was of course me.
Actually, a fascinating program was --.rolled. Flora Previr.
has a rich voice. You hear her at Temple Israel. She's a part- ,
scholarship student of Madame Francs SebeL and SO thoi Ugh ..
musical find you can't tell which part is the scholai
isn t Tory Loob's cartoons were gleefullv hailed, along with
his exposition of now those animated films are produced by Para-
mou-t's Famous Studios, which he heads .
Grabbing a busman's holiday from the Delano were J
Lou Aolerhe leads their dinner and dar.ee orchestras Others
around were the Paul Chentoffs, famed for the:.- own hi nie-musi-
cales Miss Bobbu l Agva secretary in Jerry Bakers office
artist Paula Warsaw w rking up an illustrated bock or.
cats ,and) therefore offered to pa:r.t nu-) Ad., Gi I better
n as the poet and lyric-writer Ada Morley Emanuel E
stein. Mrs Warsaw, Mrs Alexander Koean. Bern- Halarn i i
of Washington. DC. Vivid Mrs. Maurice Man
some guests Miami Music Club attended in .. delegat
leu a rave enjoyed yours II
BUSINESS NOTE:
To Sam Jamison of the Rio and Lombary: a teevee techni-
cian, an engineer, may phone you regarding your new television
indus!ry for the production of Miami-made teevee shorts
SIMON SEIDEN is looking for a secretary equipped to do rapid
7hTL1" l .. !fh, ,>'pewri,er An oceanfror.t hotel has
?. cV shu,!ered- having a top-notch female bookkeeper job-
less. She served 11 years in her last position.
PEOPLE YCU MEET:
Miss Wishman To Wed Max Shlisters
Sgt. Lipitz. U-M Grad \t Beach Home
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shuster are
! now at home at the Riviera Arms,
;734 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach!
after their April 20 marriage and
honeymoon at the Casablanca
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The bride, the former Miss
Irene Gale, is the daughter of Mr
FRIDAY
The engagement of Miss Sheila
A Wishman to Sgt. Alv:n H.
Lipitz has been announced by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Wish-
:' 1134 S, W. 9th St. Her
s the n i I Mrs. George
i .-. .. perfect for ai
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P*MMl>ty at 1 ., -
Iren Fourdei
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;
PO.NCUNA BLOSSOMS.
all those fabulous offer^!?y 7 She k"P* turnin9 dow"
1BTERESQUE:
rfepner forv-us handpicked card STILL WONTTFRlvr L
Ibwe delight for that double-o-chid coa^ tv ? ;vG whom
Far.r.ie B:ow went to Ta ,'cma corsage I ve been flaunting .
s:t Ozman Exceul't w"t,-0 ^'t weU'kn? "islfir here. Gus. :
3* Pen,r.-ular Irsntul F- di'v /ve" '? SeSS10n at Eh Hur-
Gfibert Maxwell, wK novelf *SJijKj3 ffiSff"?* "
stul open buying irees Enrollments are
ish^Tmr^he Aisrufsa ass*s2- *-.
lated by Mrs. Ber jamin Sherry rfiht ^-' h COn^a^
Benjamin AppeL co-chairman of' ih. F iV presiden and Mrs.
~. held ias^uesde/a^^^^^-^^^ whlch
AM/i/s/yKOSHEK CATERE RS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1701 V Avenue M ^ B(j;h
Phone it :? J of 58-4891 (Even
' Co-pfctc Sup, .; Creoer M-, V^d HJ, fa,*
Mrs. Max Schuster
late Mr L:pitz. 643 ... T He -e"e Fay Shn.
and Mrs. Joseph Jarlows of 450 u
Hi ,:. -..- K. W. 84th St., and the bride- ^ Sh,
now groom is the son of Mrs Rose P'' *'" *""* *1
M uni. Shuster iif the Bronx N Y nngton Dubbin of :.:.,-.. J
"'' : :j ;,'-'-'' is Mrs Shuster is a former'resi- 8 :n Tampa, accordbj
rnational dent of Maplewood. N. J.. where riouncement bv th .
43oth Commu- she graduated from Columbia the bi t He
'
High School.
Ruth Narzissenfeld Wed In Rochester
': 5 Ruth Narzissenfeld, daugh- Narzissenfeld. served as u
bec^s j in a gown of aqua satm-
n on May 6. cained red roses and aqua
Mr! .. I
and M rt $ Dti
2651 S M : Ave, 3
anci- :.-. art Mr. nil
^daugh- Narzissenfeld. served as maid of San '
luat< : Plant High t
^carnations
-Mism-s Barbara and Sheila Gis- ber fS DelU Tn|
sin. nieces of the bridegroom.
v. i re bridesmaids in pink and ^h
blue nylon marquisette over '
.. v. ., Mr received ill
matching satin. They carried co- degre. : iDH
lonial bouquets of roses. will be luated froatjl
Donna Galkin. flower girl lune.il
wore yellow organdv and car- M h'e ^"aduated fr
ned >ellow roses. Eugene Gissin ber ] Howl
was ring bearer. ... ;;.
The bridegroom's oldest broth- Eps:l.r. Phi fraemitji ail
er. Max. was best man. Ushers f^fv. D,': honorar? *]
were Robert and Nathan Gissin.
also brothers; Sam and Harvey
Gissin, cousins: Jack Narzissen-
feld, brother of the bride; Eu-
gene Chertock. Richard Harris,
Max Winter-man and Gerald
Schollnick.
The bridegroom is the son of
the Garson Gissins of Rochester.
i ternitv.
Fancy Cutsdoej
Weddings. Parties k
PEARL GOTTESMH
New Phone 8W30
Mrs. Armand Gissin
Rabbi Aaron Solomon m Temple
Bna: Israel. Rochester N Y '
home6 the CUPle Wi" m^ke the,,:'
_The bride's sister. Miss An.:.,
COMPANION WASTWB
Middle-Ag^l woman wanied as companion to eldnlr Jjt
Must be able to administer hypodermics. Sleep ia 5*1
board and salary. Should speak Jewish. 1375 S. W. tthWl
or call 2-3327.
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!AY 18. 1951
fJewistncridian
oncilly Speaking...
Ra. 3230 N.W. 7th Street, will fly to New York on
, attend the wedding ol his first-born grandson. Jack
hmor. to Miss Phylhs Weinstein. Mr. Sohmer is a
Queens College, His fiance is also a student at a
id college. The ceremon; will take place on Satur-
I at the Savoy Plaza Hotel. Mr. Raff will join his
/o weeks in Birmingham. Ala., and they will tour
together.
* *
and Mrs. Harry Albert were hosts at a surprise
honor of the sixteenth birthday of their daughter
Mane Segal, on Saturday night at their home. Guests
the honoree's Phi Delta Gamma Council sisters
* *
Applebaum. 1800 James Avenue. Miami Beach, is
the summer in Long Island. He plans to return here
* *
ek in Miami Beach is on the calendar of Mrs. Frank
L beginning May 18. She will be a guest at the
iy Hotel.
* *
and Mrs. Hyman Serota. 979 S.W. 4th Street, left
' for Detroit, where they will visit their children and
> Farband camp. They expect to return here follow-
High Holidays.
* + *
bouncing the birth of a daughter, Jill Ann, are Mr.
I Irving Rosenblatt. 531 Espanola Way, Miami Beach
\>Y was born May 10 in Jackson Memorial Hospital
grandmother is Mrs. B. Goldfarb and maternal
rents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Drucker. all of Miami
* *
and Mrs. Harry N. Carlton will be hosts at a recep-
Ihonor of their son and daughter-in-law, Capt. and
prton K. Carlton, following Friday evening services at
Israel on May 18. Capt. Carlton is home on leave
ttrea.
* + *
and Mrs. Samuel Richman returned this week to
tie in Manning, S.C., after spending two weeks with
i-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Aro-
2701 S.W. 4th Avenue.
* *
Aronovitz' parents, the Charles Aronovitzes, of Key
Dined the family group for Mother's Day.
* *
i a two-week tour of Mexico are the George Talianoffs
Lewis Loebs. After attending their first bull fight, the
Us sent cards to friends reporting that they had "de-
turn vegetarian."
* *
Bystock of New York City is the houseguest of his
t and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sunshine.
J. 5th Terrace.
* *
and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Duncraggan Inn, Hender-
N.C., have become the grandparents of a fifth
Id, born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
ley Rudolph, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
* *
Isidor Lach of Miami Shores, left this week for an
vacation. She will visit relatives and friends in
ton and spend some time in New York. Highlight
ip will be the reunion with her grandson "Chuckle,"
and Mrs. Leon S. Rosenblum of Paterson, N.J.
PAGE 7 A'
piden\ To Wed Ft.
plans for an August
m New York is Miss
an Klein, University of
freshman, whose engage-
f Raymond Robert Levy.
! and Mrs. David L.
Laudeidale, has been
pd by her parents, Mr.
Murray Klein, Brook-
Lauderdale Man
lyn, N. Y.
Miss Klein was graduated from
South Broward High School in
Hollywood. Her fiance was grad-
uated from John Adams High
School in Cleveland and is now
employed in Ft. Laudeidale.
After the marriage, the couple
will reside in Hollywood.
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i"S.t-iaii.'?-?f^ler.sof.Tan?a Chapter of Mizrachi Women took place Sunday. May 6. .1 the
"ts. Samuel Weinbaum. vice president: Mrs.
resicent; Miss Lillian Bogdan. financial
Sidney Margulies. ?ice president; second
----.. 4 u"i.5 oi lamara Chapter of Mi:
n.,f;,St2,n.!.H^el: Those in the photo include, front row. Mrs. Samuel Weinbaum. vice pr^idenxTtirs.
David Hess, vice president M a t ,;. m VT Z' Mrs' ?.Bmuel Weinbaum. vice president: Mrs.
secretary. Sternste,n- recording secretary: Mrs. William Diltman. corresponding
Robert Weitz, Wife Tour Pacific Coast
changing vows before Rabbi Irv-
Mrs. Robert Weitz
The former Miss Civia Gersten
and Mr. Roberi. Weitz are now
touring the west coast after ex-
Morris Bros.
Beth David Installation
Beth David Sisterhood, PTA
i ing Lehrman May 6 in the Rohfcy and Men's Club will hold a joint
Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. installation dinner on Sunday,
The bride is the daughter of : May 27, at 7 p.m. at the Delano
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gersten, 8028 Hotel.
Harding Ave., Miami Beach, and : Mrs. Harry Oliphant is in
the bridegroom's parents are Mr. charge of the event. Reservation s
and Mrs. Max Weitz, 4021 Royal may be made by calling the Bet*i
Palm Ave., Miami Beach. David office. 9-3469; Mrs. Oli-
For her wedding, \he bride phant, 2-3747; Mrs. Sam Dickson.
wore a gown of ivory satin and 2-6776.
French lace, the off-the-shodlder
neckline trimmed with illusion.
The.skirt of satin and lace, de-
scended in four fans of French
lace. Extending from the waist-
line was a cathedral train. Her
Juliet cap was of ma..:hing lace
and imported lilies of the valley.
The bouquet she carried was
made of lilies of the valley and
baby orchids.
The bride's aunt. Mrs. David
Scharaga of Mt. Vernon. N. Y.,
was matron of honor. She wore
a lace skirt over baby blue and
carried a nosegay bouquet.
Following the ceremony, a wed-
ding reception and dinner was
held in the hotel.
The bride attended New York
University and the Julliard School
of Music. Her husband attended
the University of Miami. Upon
returning from their honeymoon,
the couple will live in Miami
Beach.
Farr Offers Space In
Ad To Jewish Groups
As a contribution to worthy
organizations holding functions
in the Greater Miami area, Farr
Tours and Travel Services is of-
fering the free use of space in
their advertisement, which ap-
pears each week in The Jewish
Floridian, in which to publish a
"reminder" to the public to at-
tend the particular affair being
sponsored by the organization.
Groups desiring to avail them-
selves of this offer should contact
Aaron Farr at 86-1472.
The offices of Fair Tours are
located at 2315 Collins Avenue
and 6638 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach.
NO CONSTIPATION NOW.
AFTER YEARS OF MISERY
"For years I had been taking many
kinds of laxatives. Then I tried
all-bran. It not only keeps mc
regular ... I really
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day!" Kudy R.
Adlcr,141O20thSt.,
Miami Bench, Fla.
One of many unso-
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constipation due to lack of dietary
bulk if you follow this advice: Eat
an ounce (about !- cup) of crispy
Kellogg's all-bran daily, drink
plenty of water! If not completely
satisfied after 10 days, return empty
carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek,
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* Jewish thr*ltor>
FRIDAY
Yonnq Adult Zionist Conclave Sot
For This Weekend -* Kendall
ation
nd annual
In : M
by S \
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Youth C ssioi
guest ol
R isi nbi g
tors degree fi N
te for a
S Edu-
I \ rsitj He
i B'nai
Youl i tion in
Philadelpl
R -. ntx rg will I II Of the
featured speaki. at thi i >nclave.
Other highlight! thi ve
will be a bonfire S
u di i! i riginal I be pre-
,: n
sah, M aii Bi Jujfi H
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Miami Beach Kiwaniars. numbering about 60. visited Miami Beach Jewish v.
regular luncheon meeting last week. Their host. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. himself j]
' customs and conducted them on 11
a fifteen-minute talk on Jewish traditions and
gogue. Shown in this group are (from left! Rabbi Lehrman. Rev. J. MitcheifTayioTi
Souls Episcopal church: Ray Sterling, president; Hubert M. Stair.ton, Herbert GimbeU
Rabbi Lehrmrn explained various religious objects and symbols used in the Jewish i
eral visiting Kiwanians from other cities were present.
THE CASE OF
THE FUMBLING
FATHERS
i


Youth Commission To
Meet Monday Night
er Mi; si N-
tvil] be 1
me ol
Mrs HA: 193 N. 1
S A
gram
rust Youth
Greati
.-.
guest at the
ting. 1
.: an I ]
Down!own (roiiH Klein Points Out
i;iMis >lr*. Nnoiin Improvements
M ...'..i ip; I improvi ment;
Mrs Hyman S i e-
: t of the S

ted ffici \v< re
: Ralph Ki iej it vice
tin, re-
rj: Mi Sam '/.< I-
mclude
Ruth Katsil n nd vice |
dent; Mrs David Greenbei
nan .: -. r tary.
Members of the board include
Mesdames George Bloomberg,
Lou Schwai tz Sam B >tfan
Mollie H
.
apidly gi
ecti in nf Mi
Beach, Maurice "Doc" Klein told
vate rally in that
an a ri cently.
Ir. addition to two new parks
.. in the northern urea. Klein point-
ed out the city has expi
Lorber ChaptaJ
Hold Dinner I
- i
:
;
J
n S
Five O'clock {
Pi cei is from !

.vh:ch (
Iiren.
r. : \y t
Roth, Paber .loin In Law Practice
talie Simon. !wil] not be i
"Mj
S300.000 in the section on sanitary
My: on C wen, who
and widening streets, curbs, gut- Mesdotjf
U rs and sidi walks
Despite all the campaign
ITS and false rumors, tin
isible people of Miami Beach ,;\
t 1 1 I ^--> V. n->^l^ J U"l-.._ J->

s
- :.i!in.
All.,- hels r.. Jadl


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past ...
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ness wn.

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AARON COURSHON
Toot Candidate for
City Council
Klein de-
ls "accom-
look
" ; tk .1 will show that I
: done

Kli tl rm includes a
lutioi :

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Warship Visit!


il
prorr.ot
X Faber
Burneti Roth
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'nth. Mi-
Bun | Ma x vi p Opera Guild, a memo.
F&AM. Mianv.
n th ;- ; R Mahi Shrine, and
...... ..: a J-nd degrei n
and F
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hairman of


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Law
ind the g
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REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE
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SWIMMING
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DRAMATICS
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JEWISH BIT0
Camp Session June 18th to August
Monday through Friday
9 A.M. to 4 P.M. TransporiaV
Meals and Snacks Prepared b- Regis'**1'
REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED. A
Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Dirertor


lY 18. 1951
****1st>ricrMta,n
.Skow
lore Group
Ifficers
JR. Wein was in-
Sesident of North
fcr of B'nai B'rith
icheon ceremonies
e Delmonico Hotel.
Kirs. Bernard Hoff-
^rrangements were
Mark Silverstein.
;ohcn was mistress
and Mrs. Harold
le officers. The in-
preseirted by Mrs.
|an. and Mrs. Tena
lected president of
Ian Council of B'nai
offered the clos-
[Miss Edna Bloom-
pr of District Five,
Ignized at the rites
Frederick Propper,
lident; Mrs. Herbert
p,i vice president;
[.Iluntington, third
Mrs George Kim-
I; Mis. Harry Katz,
retary: Mrs. George
ksponding secretary;
Ippee, financial sec-
I Murry Herlandes,
; Mrs. Sanford Le-
Mrs. George Le-
Mark Silverstein,
Bernard Hoffman,
?s. Louis Sherman,
Melvin Altman,
in; Mrs. Aaron Tu-
^bers include Mes-
Solloway, Clarence
Ih Leiberman, Leah
PAGE 9 A
Shochet on Premises
Tues., Wed. & Than, 'til Noon
GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO.
101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami
Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939
We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage!
gaggggg gfe'assiirg rP?cr.urM:j-*vice president- Ha-y
:,-::'
Beth II Women
Slate Donor Fete
Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El will hold its first donor
luncheon on Wednesday, May 23,
at 12:30 p.m. in the Dora August
I Memorial Hall.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will of- I
I fer the invocation and Mrs. j
JEmanuel Karger, past president
: j of the sisterhood, will speak.
Mrs. Eugene Schwartz and Mrs. j
' Max Rappaport. chairmen of the
event, are being assisted by Mes- ;
dames Sidney H. Palmer, Morris
Pepper, program; Maurice Wegcr,
Sid Swimmer, Albert Zisman,
decorations; Murray Grauer.
tell vision: Abe Pepper. George
Solinger, Sam Geltner, reserva- |
tions.
Reservations may be made by
calling 9-3004
k R. Wein
Stern, Sam Rud-
(lman, Melvin Rich-
Freidlander, Max
ieorge B e r man,
on, George Solo-
-asky, Ethel Mor-
Ifinger, Eman-
[Anne Simon, Irving
field, Morton
Ivin Pazol, Dan
" d Margolis, Jean
Ird Huffman pre-
to Mrs, Aaron Tu-
Ge irge Levinson
work for the
the past year.
pee won the award
r Stanley Phillips
I in the most mem-
ttui iii. year
lleaeli Zionists
To Install May 27
Installation of officers and di-
rectors of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District will be held Sunday.
May 27, at 8:15 p.m., in the patio
Of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, according to Daniel M. Broad,
chairman.
The following officers will be
seated: president, Harold Shapiro;
j vice presidents. Dr. David S. An-
,dron, Daniel M, Broad. Ben Zion
JGinsburg, I. R Goodman. Fred
Jonas, and Ehiel Lesowoder; fi-
nancial secretary, Joseph Pardo; ]
recording secretary, Murray
Goodman: treasurer. Irving
Schatzman; chairman, board ol
directors, Judge Kenneth Oka.
Mayor Harold Turk
To Install Officers
Of Sholem Chapter
The annual installation lunch-
eon of Sholem Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will be held Mon-
day, May 21 at 12:30 p. m. at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach will install the following
officers: president. Mrs. Abe
Aronovitz; first vice president,
Mrs. Frank Toback; second vice
president, Mrs. Bernard New-
mark: treasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Ray vis; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Sidney Kaplan: recording
secretary, Mrs. Max Bergman;
financial secretary, Mrs. Harvey
Herman: parliamentarian, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz; historian, Mrs.
Louis B. August: monitor. Mrs.
Lenore Curtice; and Hillel repre-
sentativi Mrs Sidney Aronovitz.
Arrangements will be handled
by Mrs. Harry Gordon. Enter-;
tainment will include perform-
ances by Miss Helene Rivoire.
singer. Stanley Cherkov, dancer,
and Eric Hillman, pianist.
Board members to be installed
are Mesdames Nate Spiegelman,
Ida Keilson, Betty Greenberg,
Stephanie Klein, Jerome H. Wein-
kle, Henry Schier, Ellis Golden.
Sam Silver. Gussie Ginsberg,
William Edelstein and Harry Gor-
don.


Listen to
WFEC
Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
On Calendar
fill Group of Great-
"" ly formed charit-
tion composed of
area, will sponsor
at Beth El Center
pay 19. at 8 p.m.
Anniversary Dance
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold its second anniversary dance
Oli Saturday, May 19, at the Shel-
borne Hotel. Miami Beach.
Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
be guest speaker, and Alan Kole
and his orchstra will play for
dancing. Juan Andreu and his
paitner will entertain._________
Camp Registration Open
North Dade Jewish Center is i
accepting registrations for its (
summer day camp, .-Kited to open
on June 18. All persons interested
are asked to contact Mrs. I. Ja-
cobson at H4-'S203 or Mrs. H. Mar-
row at U!)-77n;i.
SUMMER PRICES
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth n "10 3 is displayed;
2. And Jo buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H.
H 1 D 3 as this is the only identification which proves
thai the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
3. To buy your cfcometz only in stores and bakeries which
sold the:r chometz at Passover.
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas.
OOTH SAILING!
YOUR FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES
lit nil Iii ill----------
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From
Kit I HI 11 COMPANY
>LN ROAD MIAMI BEACH
SENT ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES
k llrivk Phone .#-tf.0
HARCLD SHAPIRO
Harold
Shapiro
Announces His Political
Association
With
Jack It. Gordon
and
Frank A. Marl in
On the People's Slate
For City Council
Endorsed by
Good Government League
i Paid !' :.ii. ii A.i\ i I


PAGE 10 A
+Jeist'ncri FRIDAY
MAYi
The Southeast Branch of the National Women's Leaque of the
United Synagogue of America held its opening brunch at the Shel-
borr.e Hotel last week, and its elections at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, new president 'lefti. is shown here with
Mrs Irving Lehrman. honorary president, and Mrs.' Emanuel
Siner. rational president. Photo by Fotcn
Miavuos Cantata Will Highlight
Hebrew school laracluation Kites
Meisel, president of the bureau.
Kuth Saal of Hebrew High
i] will deliver the valedic-
tory address in Hebrew. Jay Linn.
:' Hebrew High Sch k>1, will
offer the welcome, while Paul
''. of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center will give the salu-
t i. v address E lw will
rid I

II si
Mrs Matilda H R ti
: nual Ratner
and I): Jai ib li Kaplan
benediction. A re-
' n honoi I the
ill : '.'. iw the p
Free tickets ;' >r the i x

at 1 iicipat-
Is,
"Hag HaBikkurim." a Sha-
vuos cantata, will highlight the
first community graduation ex-
ercises ROonsorerJ by the Bureau
< : Jewish Education for its affil-
) ited elementary Hebrew sch
i the community Hebrew I
. 10I. Tin- riti lated 1
IV n sday, May 23, at 8 |
ti's Club, 1737
Dri\
To be featu
Richard J
i g ... | | .
.: | :.
I ine Neustein of C ng.egat
B El All I M | Mi-
Hebi .\ School ind C ng i -
Beth El
Mi Ivyn Bi ill
I rttal
1 ; M Doni
mu :
J a Educatioi
f New Yoik Cil P .-
of I .:-. .
nd :
Si-
Kronish Irvii L
; n ol
es if the


of I grad lates
f >llowed by Max
North Dade Meeting
Nexl eetin the N irth
ter will be held
iy, May 30 at 8 p.m.
i nti : Doi Id N
the Uni-
I M will be
LI
:
by the istei :
will be held Thursday, Fi
and Saturday, Mav 2i 25 and
26. Mrs Pre I Blank is chairman
01 the p:
Pull Lever 5
Vote For
J. J. "Jack"
FARREY
Miami B.tach Qity, Council
Your Former Building Inspector For 27 Years
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
Religious Directory...
__ mi I .1....- 1 \ iC'nnL'iirr.tit'/ti ii-il
3d I
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port
Congregation Beth Jacob Temple Isaiah of Miami Beach
thodoxl wi.l hold Friday right (Reform) will hear Rabbi Moshay
l 15 undor supervi P, Mann conduct services Fn-
sion ol Rabbi Moses Meschelofl day evening at 8:30, He will dis-
Louis I) Feder. Sat- cuss the novel "Salvation" bv =
ervices will be Sholem Asch. Saturday morning
it 8 30 wi h Mincha at 6:45 at 11. the rabbi will speak on jta.
followed by Sudos. Re- Imn WINZ and review Prof, Emi]
ligious school is held Monday A. Outheil's recent book, "The
through Thursday at 3:30 and on Handbook of Dream Analysis"
Sunday from 0 to i oon, Miami Hebrew School and Con-
Hebrew Acaderhy (Orthodox) gregation (Orthodox) will be the
will conduct Friday evening serv- scene of the Bar Mitzvah of Gary
ices at 6:30 and Saturday at 9 Sayle. son of Mr. and Mrs Hv-
i m. under the direction of Rabbi man Lessin, on Saturday rrorn-
| Alexander S. Cross. Saturday ing. Friday evening services will
at 4:30 there will be a story hour be held at 6:30 with Saturday
for the childien of the communi- t morning service at 8-30 Rabbi
ty Refreshments will be served Simon April will speak on the
1 Hebrew dances and songs portion of the week Peirek class
taught by Miss Bobbie Laucr. at 5:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 foi-!
Mincha will be held at 6:30 p. m. | lowed by Shalos Sudos and I
With Shalos Sudos following. ; Maariv. Sunday services will be
Services are held daily at 7:30, at 8:30 a. m. followed bv break
a. m. and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday I fast and Sunday school at 10
morning services at 8. Hebrew school is held daily from
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-'3:30 to 6:30, with daily services
cox) will ru>ld Friday services at at 7:30 a. m. and 6:45 p. m
6:30 p. rn. and Saturday morn- Tfereth Israel Northside Cen-
services at 8:30 when Rabbi ter will hold services at 630 Fri-
Murray 11rauer will preach on ; day night and Saturday services '
thi portion of the week. Junior 9 a m.
congregation will meet at 10 a. m. I Temple Israel of West P*lm '
on Saturday and at the talmud, Beach (Reform) will hold Friday!
class, 5:45, the rabbi will discuss! evening services at 815 whn
"The Kth.es of the Fathers." Rabbi Richard" Singer win "re
RSs VS,,& ',' !:i. "llowl',d view "A Trt'asur>' E-SthS.
Shal is Sudos Graduation will mor." Sabbath candles will hP lit"
,, m. Daily by Mrs. Alice Gordon. ,
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center (Conservative) will hold
early Friday night services at
6:30 p. m. and Sabbath services
at 9:3J a. m. The Bar Mitzvah
ACER'S 1
Live Poultr, I
L0C*L RW
FREE DeliTetT J
Und Rabbiaid I
We Se RttaU M
t0 >. BU
BBhte Sbo*
MAIL 0RDEISI
13 MEN'S L
Ma r 4 Ua M.UI
activiti 3 ir.clu e religious school
at 3 30, services at 8:30 a. m.,
Mishna l 1 and Mincha at
6:30.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
SKIN

A New Approoj
IN TREATMQC
Or H. W, Hug *
9482 Harding An. V|
LEGAL NOTIO
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Iorm> wil Dr Joseph Narotiof Barrv Roth will take place at
t on "What Makes a Good that time Sunday and Mondav N0TlCE 0F ws*ue
JewEt icsor Ceremonies?" at the Convention Association of Notice is HEREBIL
"'' P Friday services The Florida Rabbis will take place h> '*>ptni
' historic re- There will be a mass meeting of :..
'';! Judaism between the com-unty Mondav night i :?J*m
sand ritual and will suggest with Rabbi Morris Chapman of warkh
which the modern St Petersburg as guest sneaker
th j^th D.vWg(C^nl^ativ? wili
mne its hold services Friday at 6-30 p m
: Su 9*5 ... m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. with stu-
Beth David (Conservative) will dents' t 10:30 followed
ning services at DV K;d lush. Rabbi Max Shapiro
6:30 ai I Saturday morning at 9' will discuss the weekly portion
student servio s at Ki:>0. At' "f ,,;'' 'aw.
that time, Daniel, son ol Mr. and Se,h Tfilah (Orthodox) will
Mrs. Mau 1 Ka : ir Joseph E. Rackovskv con-
.Bar Mitzvah, to followed bv dU('t Friday tv>ning services at
Ki Idush Ral bi M ix Sh tpiro 8;30.
" .- :
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Fi '
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Ca: tor Ma Mamches
w :.l of::. 1: te, ( ising exercises
uf ,h' Sund 100I will b,
m May 2~
Coral Gables Jewish Center
ear H ibbi Morris
The Rabbi will preach on *n
"Sanctity and Perfection" at hi
Saturday morning services and
"Ethics of Our Fathers' at the
afternoon service. Daily services
held at 7:30 a. m. followed
by Mishna. Mincha at 6:30 p. m.
A, Skop discuss "The Stiuggle followed on Mondav and
ro Be Decent at th S b ath Ibursday by class in Bin Yakov,
'. \ Fnday evening at 8:15. and Sunday, Tuesday and
Cantor Josep! W Malek and Ste. Wednesday by class in' Jewish
5J!!? W'U coi ''" and customs. Maariv
' '.' ,:;u~1;::,;, '"'''. ">' the l>fW daily at 7 p. rr
th 1
service to I e followe i I .
l''ns, %"}<: group
Oneg Shabbat will be tendered
XMl";JUld Mrs" Wi,liam Rlbblcr
aitei the sen
B'Om r services
Kneseth Israel (Orthodox) will
old Friday evening services at 6
and Saturday morning services
. at 8:30 conducted by Cantor
At the Las | Abraham Seif. At 4:30 a class in
held Talmud will be conducted. Mir.
11.a. '
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NOTICE BY PtftWJ
, pup RCflT COW
'ki.i:'. ^
1 ELI I
in wi. 1-oR VAv-i L
in cms*
It's'
I- Sii
P uIK ,:" 10 ;i- m $P at 5 30 will be followed by
Harold Kilt."0" ? ): '' Mrs. Shalos Sudos. Zmiras will follow
Kid n ,'"" '?;" Mitz" and Maar,v Wl11 complete the
low the services. Daily services at 8 a. m.
services on the center patio
iraehte center (Conservative)
i daily services at 8
rri.
his 1
FOR QUICK BEPENDABLE
TAXI SERVICE
iti >n >iiti it
RED TOP
RADIO DISPATCHED
NEW LOW RATES
30c FOR THE FIRST MILE
10c EACH 1'3 MILE THEREAFTER
Phone 3-3i;il
EST. 1911 40 YEARS OF SERVICE
jollowed by a class in Jewish
Laws and customs. Hebrew
and 6 1 "', ''*,".-oi' V "\ ;' :"- s.cho1 is held da'ly Monday
s iW,t ,n 1; ,IU,;'y ni*ht ihrough Thursday from 3:30 to
kv.< "iA^,;^;iTa\ Trv_ 6:0 ,p= : Sunday reliBlous
Sachs wilI 1 ,.,k ,1 Ab,i,haIm st'ho1 1S from 10 to noon with
port.on f ,1 .,?v.l-T,U' V&9 IeS.lstration in the office daily.
Will b, a,%,h;/u?Ml.5rt^CT:RT'mP^B#th E1 0f West Palm
lowed bv Shalos Sudos h ^ '" ?caCRr, Conservative) will con-
school i8 held dSlJ m j6*''^ Fnday ever-'f>g services at
through Thursday UfTh cn2ay '630 and Saturday morning serv-
school at 10 a ,'.? Thi^ rS,unda>' I lc,cf,? 9, all under the direction
school will hold" P.Scatrr^:hLRabbilMa,nUeI Greenstem. He-
don Park on May 07 m ^lww school is held Monday
Miami Beach /ewiic^,1" P?g,h Thursda>' a 3 p. m.
Cent.r FUgler Grenada Religious
, 1 .-

1 ,h' -'tTifl
.,, h.r^-
urn \,iSm I
In.l coj
w
morning service at 9 thf. r ki? i' .s.cho1 is from 10 t0 noon-
will preach on the oortion #"!? 2nd HebJCw school is held Mon-
afifit: ;ri!;^,(l.
Sh;
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KOTI.-E :- *$**
In bui V!u-t%- E
RICTUBPl
|VI' WKI.I-AKf- 1
to 6:30 p".; nJh30,PTO- Dni
bffi i3?LS ^wiih studies rSSSH^S* sv *fwWlurt
Dowrtow" Srnp:di.r'
d"x' w:I1,hasVso ^
servio '' 7eiico*iB!
; ootn begin at 10 a.
I 6:45 p. m.
at
6 30 P-_
North Shore 'Jewish Center
:r----------"-onu springs jewisn uraa> rwP-\
'Community Center wUl begin |Cha will be at ^V
and '' p,Fniay "Tvlces at 8:30 p. m. by S alos &*t<*l
m. and Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant Sunday moniinr ^j
_ lie sprvicm rv___S__i_i._ ...:ii u .,. R-30. <"' W
11 chapel se'rvicesWaat a" Tt dai.^ .'."". Fr'^y servio at"8*:30 p m!; b7 Shalos W-l
Jrossberg will chant Sunday morn
Oneg Shabbat will held at 8
i follow.
1 are
held at 8 a-01


IY 18. 1951
iy Camp
ljune 18
binual summer day
ami Jewish Corn-
will open on Mon-
J at 9 a. m. at the
n),* to Mrs. Monroe
ii num.
Jiti. s, which will be
|h indoors and out.
arid sports; music,
J rig; di amatics;
lore and gardening;
fey, paintings and
acl i\ ities; trips;
[I. twice weekly.
here will be festi-
hants e ni h isizing
al traditions.
I is taking place now
office. People will
I -come
Bis. Tuition is eight
reek and children
kir lunches,
ibeis of the camp
delude Mesdames
nan. Jess Glance,
Martin Haness,
an, Frieda Lustgar-
Pesin, Leo Sheiner
ernshein.
JKlewisM'nriiriin.n
PAGE 11 A
it lines
Naming
jmbers
hi group of home
ami Beach, Judge
rank, candidate for I
Jch city council, the
pted that one of the
ant planks in his
that which advo-
(ction of citizens
of life and all sec-
tit v lor inclusion on
board and corr.mit-
ed by the city coun-
|ess of running the
ted Frank, "that
p.' is must oi ne-
I Arledge
I ol our
of the
^.- to the coun-
cil .-election of the
|of these committees
: the council
J also trjeir duty to
Ithe entire communi-
I j I small sector,
J'e best qualified for
pdyisory posts,
elieve there are lit-
:ds of such citizens,
ar.d eager to so as-
ttncil, For my part,
ted, I shall eagerly
Deration of all citi-
walks of life and
^ions of the city. I
these appointments
of paying political
pill I ever be guilty
{dominate any selec-
n ake. Whenever I
or woman to give
a subject. I snail
trtain that he or she
bntroversial
fould Go To
erick Urges
people of Miami
ffiive:: a voice in their
/ernn ent," candidate
Berick emphasized
i for city council.
Id one of tl e major
|is platform was the
P1 all major contro-
1 to a vote of the
pi out that recently
Tien all voted them-
m pay without first
Jeople. -Such things
axpayers with extra
erick said.
Btcd he knew of no
Jto find out if certain
favored by the people
ting them.
pcted to council June
[ strongly recommend
c, controversial issues
to the voters."
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Prominent Physicians Slated To Speak
At Mount Sinai Seminar May 23-25
lorida,
FRIDAY, MAY 18. 1951
SEC. B
retts Smcartt Jetvinh State
ha rues of "Police KrutaUtu
-A world- ward trend, inflation, fallmg liv-
r campaign against
tality" in Israel was
his week by a Corn-
rated news agency
rged that Israeli po-
lly attacked" a May
stration staged by the
mle, near Tel Aviv.
Ispatches by Telepress,
ilovakian pro-Commu-
service, claimed that
ice with a vicious pre-
attack intended to halt
y parade.
he General Secretary
iignificant Communist
rael addressed "a large
dc the hall," Telepress
to papers throughout
p "police armed with
is were concentrating
eots surrounding the
on as the audience left
g. police were ordered
to prevent the forma-
traditiona] May Day
claimed lhat "many
rere injured and im-
BS a result of the po-
lity.
atality report was cou-
vicious Communist at-
kinst the United States.
I reported that the down-
School Women
ittee Heads Listed
86 chairmen of the
of the Miami Hebrew
id Congregation have
pointed by Mrs. Joseph
an, who was recently
president.
r e Mrs. Isidor Fogel,
means chairman; Mrs.
:hon, assistant ways and
lairman; Mrs. Murray
3aum, membership; Mrs.
Becker, publicity; Mrs
pril, program; Mrs. Ben
refreshments; Mrs.
Rosenthal, registrar.
Irs Dave Meltzer, trans-
mg standards, higher prices, ab-
sence of the most essential goods
and the lack of housing in Israel
all of these. Communist speak-
ers told the rally, "are the direct
result of American infiltration
and Israel's enslavement by the
imperialists who need the coun-
try's people and resources to
wage aggressive war."
The Communist report also
quoted the General Secretary of
the infant Communist Party in
Israel as calling for the "imme-
diate initiative of the Israel Peace
Committee in carrying out the
signature campaign for the World
Peace Council appeal for a peace
pact among the Five Great Pow-
ers. The "peace" signature cam-
paign has been dubbed part of
the worldwide Communist pro-
paganda offensive
Home Auxiliary Holds
Mother's Day Party
Miami Beach Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for \he Aged hon-
ored women residents of the
home at a Mother's Day party
on Sunday, May 13, at 2:30 p.m.
A feature of the afternoon was
a special program by Cantor
Abraham Seif and the Masada
Choral Group, headed by Pauline
Fried.
Two nationally famous Jewish
artis'1.5, Warren and Yetta Soned,
made pencil and crayon sketches
of the residents, and auxiliary
members distributed gifts to all
women present.
Ben Gurion To Talk
With Canadian Units
NEW YORK (AJP)A series
of appointments with delegations
representing Canadian Jewry and
Zionism groups were edged into
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion's crowded agenda this week,
but the conferences will take
place on American soil, not in
Canada.
Disclosures of scheduled meet-
ings with Canadian officials fol-
lowed reported disappointment
by Canadian Zionist officials over
Ben-Gurion's inability, because
of a packed agenda, to spend a
singl0 day on Canadian soil. They
pointed out the role played by
Canadian Zionists, including a
volunteer contingent which serv-
jed in the liberation of Israel, in
fostering the Jewish sttfie.
Sources close to thc Prime Min-
ister pointed out that any trip by
the Israeli leader to Canada
would require visir.j to several
cities thus consuming a number
of precious days.
Ben Gurion, anxious to meet
with the Canadian leaders in
Jewish life, set aside time during
his visits to New York, Buffalo,
and Boston to confer with repre-
sen'jatives of leading groups from
Canada. Delegates from the fore-
most Jewish communities are ex-
pected to cross the border to the
United States for the conferences
wi'uh Ben-Gurion.
of Western Reserve, ex-
pert on surgery of the heait, and
teru s.
THIS IS
YOUR INVITATION
TO
HEAR
ROBERT
NATHAN
Noted Economist
and Author
Young Adults Schedule
Bonfire For Sunday Night
The Young Adult League of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold a bonfire at
Blue Waters, Sunday. May 20.
Cars will leave the center at 8:30
p.m.
A meeting of the league is
scheduled for Monday, May 21,
at 8:45 p.m. Dr. Michelson will
l: Mrs. Max Heiken, hos- be guest speaker.
Mrs. Michael Fiedler,
project; Mrs. Jacob Na-
terfaith; Mrs. Tobie Mo-
lar Mitzvah: Mrs. Na'i.
Bir Mitzvah breakfast;
n Kleber, helping hand;
Fbert Feldan, decorations;
puel Kelner, sergeant-at-
. Irving Sirkin, sun-
S, Gabriel Perlman.
Ii> Mrs. Helen Waranch
cca Becker, hostess.
TAO Canasta Party
Tau Alpha Omega, girls' club
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center, will hold a canasta party
on Sunday, May 20, at 2:30 p.m.
at the VFW Hall, 1608 S.W. 27th
i Ave.
Working on arrangements for
i the affair are Gerri Frisch, re-
I freshments; Bobbie Avick, tick-
ets' Arita Brenner, gifts; and
Wilma Ganz, publicity.
Flora Seltman is president of
the club, which meets every
Thursday night at the Center.
| The workings of the human Beck
, brain will be disussed as part
jof the first annual medical sem- ,
|inar to be conducted by Mount Dr- John (jofman' University ot
Sinai Hospital on May 23, 24 and California, who will talk on the
25 in the Sorrento Ho..l, Miami causes of hardening of the ar-
Beach. Renowned physicians and
surgeons from all parts of the
United States will travel here at
that time to lec.ure also on new
discoveries in diseases of the
heart and blood vessels.
Dr. Milton Saslaw, chairman
of the seminar, said that studies
of the brain have lagged behind
| medical advances in other fields.
"No doubt, the great complexity
of this organ is one reason for the
slowness in revealing its secrets.
Another is its inaccessibility
protected by nature by the arm-
our of the bony cranium".
Recently, he said, a new meth-
od of studying the workings -of
the brain has been under way in
this area as well as other medical
centers. This method involves
measuring the amount of blood
that flows through ..!ie brain as
well as the amount of oxygen and
sugar used by the brain at differ-
ent times, he explained.
"This data maty shed light on
the reasons for strokes and blood
clo ; on the brain and indicate
possible treatment. Already these
tests make it possible to distin-
guish between different types of
j mental disorders," he added.
A- the seminar, Dr. Seymour i
j Kety, professor of clinical physi- ,
jology. Graduate School of Medi- I
jCine, University of Pennsylvania, j
will talk on cerebral circulation.
Dr, Peretz Scheinberg, of Miami. ;
1 also will present a demonstration
of new methods of studying the i
blood supply of the brain.
O'.her prominent physicians I
who will address the Mount Sinai !
seminar include Dr. Claude S '
Beach B'nai B'rith
Resumes Luncheons
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith has resumed its weekly
luncheons at Mei Yin Restaurant,
Miami Beach, according to ar. an-
nouncement by President Samuel
W. Shapiro.
Luncheon chairman. Dr. Wil-
bur Wisrner, stated that civic
leaders will address the group
each Tuesday at 12:15 on subjects
of current interest.
DISCUSS THE
ECONOMIC ASPECTS
OF ISRAEL TODAY
At The
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
17th St. and Washington Ave.
Admission Free
Tuesday, May 22
At 8 P. M.
Auspices
Greater Miami Committee For
Bonds of Israel Government

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That Wonderful
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bb Blaustein, industrialist of
Bore and president of the
(can Jewish Committee for
bast two years, has been
led the Gottheil Medal of
eta Beta Tau fraternity "for
knding service to Jewry in
" The medal was established
f-ta Beta Tau in 1925 to hon-
founder and first president
fraternity. Dr. Richard J.
Dttheil, head of the Deparl-
of Semitics and Oriental
es of Columbia University.
/ear's recipient of the medal
iernard Baruch. Other recip-
in previous years included
dent Franklin Delano Roose-
Judge Julian Mack, Rev.
Haynes Holmes, Brig. Gen.
I Sarnoff, Judge Joseph M.
kauer. Dorothy Thompson,
Herbert H. Lehman, Felix
/arburg and Julius Rosen-
f Judge Proskauer and Mr.
Ich have been the only mem-
[ of Z.B.T. to receive the
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Jewisj nor Minn
Pulitzer Winner
Chooses Baruch
As Next Subject
WEST NEWBURY, MASS A
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f, :11 It the sub
~ kite.-! work, the
Pulitizi r Pi izt winnei

Miss Coit, w h i n th
mosl liti
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ly begun wi i
led Ba
i test mind lo en'
of South Cai olin
Ha I kin o S|r;ik
At Workshop In
Iampa JIjiv z:\
Giiin:: .1. Balkin,
Florida
Defamation League ~ B'rith, will be featu
pant in a one-day work
human relations to be spoi
by the Tan ;>.: L'i
Tampa on \v,
PL,:;:.
the Qni\
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man, Mrs Fran E
Newly installed officers of the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami are from the left, first
row: Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, program co-chairman Mrs. Joseph Duntov. co-chairman: Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, treasurer. Second row: Ted Ne'.son, recording secretary; Robert Strassburg. executive sec-
retary: Car.tor Samuel Kelemer, outgoing chairman; Judge Kenneth Oka. co-chairman; Joseph Dun-
tov, program co-chairman.
Eliminations Conducted
' In Elks Essay Contest
Judge H Dan
'" ''.. :
Elks Nat
S
eight
" the country.
i I will
t to D tona Bi h dur-
ing May 26-29 f the Flor-
- Elks Ass h iation
I I in that
.vide eliminations will take
thai
The conti ng democ-
"
winner will be ann tunced
during thp convent: in in Day-
Beach.
. worth S5.000
io to four boys and four
-
Tamara Chapter To
Hear Dr. Hlumenthal
: M
:.: iy 22, at 8 30 p
Cron v i:: h >t< i. Mi
" 'ordii to : ince-
: Mrs A I. iuis Me* I
"' president.
G ii st speaker will be Dr. Sey-
ir M. Blumenthal, consult
Dr. Blumenthal
will present and discuss the new-
mental health film. "Angry
the story of a child with
many emotional problems and
how they were handled with
proper prof* ssi ma] help.
MIAMI
SOIL CO
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W4|AM, Sunday. 10:10 A.M,
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5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-Presideot
Movies, Games Will
Spark Lodge Social
Movii
nt will hi
ship .-.
i pi" L dg. B'n on
Tuesday evening, Ma> 29 i
.S : r< nt i H itel
Accord to
!- wis Sternshein, new
enrolled at the annual affair will
be named -The Frank Kleinl
Class, in honor of the last pri
dent of the Florida State Fed.
lion of B'nai B'rith Lodgi
Judge living Cypen of Miami
B-ach will be speaker of the .ve-
iling. The program is under the
direction of Alvin Budner. Dr
Lester Gordon and A Budd Cut-
ler. Melvin Morris and Ernest
Harris will assist with entertain-
ment arrangements,
houn."
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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
Vk'dV ksher meat
lbs. FrJzen Meat
t lbs. Canned Meat
\\b% Koth"- Salami
h' ?"" ?u,ter (Unsalted)
h' *?V- -' Quality
2 h. K2,her Pressed Cheese
> ?k Evaporated Milk
lb- '**' "A" Whole
Powder
11.50
Egg
1 lb. Corn Starch
1 lb. Marmalade
l lb. Chocolate in Bars
i'i lbs. Applesauce
6 ozs (1 pkg.) Prepared
Pudding Mix
4 -j ozs. ((2 pkgs.) Kosher
Chicken or Vegetable Soup Mix
I* ozs. (i bar) Toilet Soap
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b Corn Starcn aUflir
p. Marmalade
1 b. Long.Grain Rice
2 'bs. Evaporated Milk
1 7/1 lbs Poachos, Fruit Cocktail
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.h ^ ChocoUto Bars
h tk ( ."] "'" 'n Sauce
12 ... (2,.t"'S.) *<" in Oil
>z ois (J pkgo.) Prepared Pud-
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4 ozs (2 pkg,.) Ko.h.r Chicken
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5 lA"n <2kbr> Toilet Soap
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How To rd*
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with v our name and a***
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MAY 18. 1951
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PAGE 3 B
ters To The Edit
or
hordian
ur:
ir last issue, Harry Si-
[repeats a charge against
, Zionist Council that he
ce before concerning the
of funds raised at a rally
^ring of 1948. This charge
vered in your issue of
1948. by the impeccable
Goodman, who at that
both chairman of the
jibined Jewish Appeal
frman of the 1948 special
he State of Israel Cam-
was a serious breach
kalistic honor tantamount
fnesty and that's put-
lildlyfor Simonhoff to
ely ignore Abraham
answer to his charge.
excerpts from Abraham
i's article.
I got back from New
; Saturday and read Har-
. of the day before my
lessure went up to unpre-
heights. I felt that this
Irry succeeded in doing ir-
llc harm to a project and
riiiiuils that have received
prved plaudits and admir-
. every impartial person,
article Harry has brushed
J restraints of decency and
lid for truth in order to
spleen and bitterness,
ubtedly springs from
-r.l motivations which
! to do with the mer-
"
-::cularly disturbed by
ittack on the American
Emergency Council Chap-
the Greater Miami Area
en* ti improper handling of
raised by it. In a moment
prove how unwarranted
lt;.>k is and let the facts
, for themselves but why
h lie at least h*ve waited
jrthor day instead of at this
'hen we are in the midst
osl difficult campaign for
^nibined Jewish Appeal to
poison. suspicion and
> the minds of the
or unwilling contrib-
I chairman of the 1948 spe-
. ive the State of Israel
I hereby declare that
iy of the $13,000 that
r. I in the rally at Bay
P rk, in which Senator
|r participated, was receiv-
me and turned over to the
the State of Israel Fund."
Uonist Emergency Council
Miami, under whose
s that rally was conduct-
I even deduct the ex-
I I ir same. It is true that
rally that preceded it sev-
lw eks before at Flamingo
under the same auspices, a
sum of about $18,000 was raised
in response to an appeal by Dr.
David Andron, 'for the Battle of
Israel on all its fronts, the mili-
tary, the political, and the estab-
lished fund-raising projects' This
money was divided into "three
partsfor the Haganah, Jewish
National Fund, and the Greater
Miami Emergency Council. Si-
monhoff should have'known that
at that moment the "Save the
State of Israel Campaign" had
not been launched; that it was
the Jewish National Fund which
was advancing heavy millions to
the Haganah from its exchequers
in Israel to fight the war. The
Jewish National Fund was feed-
ing the soldiers and providing
land for military outposts in all
the far-flung parts of the Negev,
the Gallilee, etc. It was easy to
send money through the Jewish
National Fund and difficult to
get it there through the Haga-
nah for obvious reasons and this
matter of bookkeeping in Israel
was a life-saver for its people,
its soldiers, the protection of the
country from conquest, and the
Jewish National Fund was itself
involved in preserving its land
holdings. .
"Mr. Simonhoff must use
SAICHEL and adhere to the
warning of our teachers, 'Chacho-
mim Hiz Haru Bedivraichem'.
Wise men, beware of your words
and please consult those who
know authoritative facts before
making public utterances.
Abraham Goodman"
With no peace with the Arabs
in sight, with skirmishes and
battles still taking place, with
Arab countries still clamouring
for another military round, and
with the members of the Arab
League and their military staffs
meeting at special session this
very moment in Cairo for the
specific purpose of joint war
against Israel, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund may again >'- called
upon to repeat its role in the
War for Independence.
Yours very truly
I. R. GOODMAX
Chairman
Zionist C mncil of South
Florida
Such reckless abuse of an out- (
standing fellow Jew, with a rec-
ord of loyal Jewishness, fearless,
outspoken convictions and intel-
lectual honesty should not go un-
challenged.
Our city is proud of Mr. Simon-
hoff and his services to us as
Jews.
I recall ano' her occasion when,
at a round table discussion at
the Miami Beach Y, another en-
thusiastic Yiddishist also flung a
bitter bombast against some un-
complimentary remark made by
Mr. Simonhoff abou'u the chances
of the perpetuation of the Yid- [
dish language. The defender of
Yiddish sprang from the speakers
table in a rage and ran off. Of
course he was persuaded by his
friends to return, and when his
turn to speak came, he labelled
Mr. Simonhoff an undertaker in-
stead of the scholar, attorney,
and foremost community worker
that he is.
You may remember that when
Mr. Simonhoffs first article ap-
peared in your paper, I congratu-
lated you on securing him as a
contributor. I still maintain that
his column is a fine addition1, rich
in content, education value and
interestingly informative. It's
"Tops".
Very cordially yours,
(Mrs. Moses) Rebecca Krieger
official statistics of Soviet pub-
lications, and eye-witness stories
of escapees. All of these combined
forces prove without doubt the
crime of genocide commilVed
against the Jews.
This material was recently pre-
sented to Mr. Egon Schwelbe, di-
rector of the Human Rights Divi-
sion of the U.N. by a special dele-
gation of the JLC consis'.ing of
Adolph Held, its president, Jo-
seph Baskin, general secretary of
the Workmen's Circle. David Du-
binsky. president of the Interna-
tional Garment Workers Union
(A.F. of L.). and Jacob Potofsky,
president, Amalgama ed Clothing
Workers Union (C.I.O.), request-
ing an inquiry into and the re-
dress of the cultural and spiritual
genocide, systematically pursued
against the Jewish people by the
Soviet Union wi .hin its borders
and which is inexorably extended
to the entire sphere of influence
Editor, The Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
One of the great achievements
of the United Nations was the
declaration of the Genocide Con-
vention branding genocide, the
physical or spiritual extermina-
tion of a people as an interna-
tional crime. For, in essence, the
spiritual annihilation of a nation
is not less a catastrophe than the
physical onecultural oppression
finally brings physical subjuga-
tion.
Over two years ago the Jew-
ish Labor Committee made public
documents pertaining to the woe-
ful condition of Jews in the sa-
tellite countries of the Soviet
n. This year, at its annual
rence i'> A lantic City, the
JLC again presented authentic
niaterial about the condition of
!t' Jews behind thi
Curtain, material based on re-
[ corres] md< nts, radio
I from U.S.S.R..
where its regime exercises domin-
ation.
Tlic memyandum presented
briefly contained the following
charges: In Soviet Russia today
there arc only a few shreds of
Jewish cultural and spiritual life
remaining. In the other countries
under its domination, the process
is rapidly approaching a similar
stage. All Jewish institutions
schools, literature, press, then re,
publishing houses, community
and charity organizations, syna-
gogues and religious observances,
the Yiddish and Hebrew lan-
gugesthe whole pattern of a
once vibrant and creative cul-
ture, are rapidly approaching
final obi..oration.
According to the Soviet census
of 1939 and with the incorpora-
tion of the Baltic countries, Bes-
sarabia, Eastern Poland, and Li-
thuania, there were in 1941 a
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jably Exists'
b's Negev.
st Reports
JGTON (AJP3 Fincl-
|o prominent American
ndicate that precious
"probably do exist"
nnu -barren Negcv d< >-
In^ American column is'
lliis week.
klogists. Max Ball and
Jail, have earned on
Bis in the area, colum-
"pearson revealed. Pear-
( made mention of the
of oil deposits in Is-
|g a recent nation-wide
further by the Ameri-
ph Press. Pearson said
(the Balls) have deter-
\m the geological condi-
that such oil deposits
Dlogists's findings are
to be published shortly
jntific report, Pearson
in Unveiling
Hication of a monument
ftmory of the late Charles
formerly of 331 N.E.
|et, will take place Sun-
20 at 11 a.m. at Mt.
jnetery with Rabbi Mur-
|er officiating. Mr. Feld-
irvived by his wife, Ger-
daughter, Miriam; a son,
lso two sisters and one
Arrangements are in
^ Palmer's Miami Munu-
npany. Friends and rela-
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Obituaries
HARRIS LEVESON
I. "f i 120 Mai Ilex l i\...
awaj early Bundaj morning
li .n ea Ins if, I -,,, ,| ., .,,
'' "'" daughter, Mrs. Miiin
chelli : one i.i ol hi :. Louli \\
'!' rean :.. !: ru,.
Beai h KIk \.. I6i i hi III
hap I ..i Mini I I: h R
followlm K'hlcl Hi. i ..i,i,.
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!''' I.en .\ vvi nue, i..'-.-
loi Springs on thi
mi is .. frlim ^
. .hi l leavi his u. i.
Andre s.: Twi
i rod and Mrs. Mann
. ol N'i Vork City. Itahbl |rv-
Lehrman conducted xervli In
ni I'., .i. li Riverside; Interim .
d In Mi Sinai.
MRS SADIR ROSENKELD
87, "f 1641 Jefferson Avenue, who
came here from Atlanta n years ago
passed away Mas 8th. Her hu
Simon, survives, The body wan nl
to Mrs. Rosenfeld'e birthplace, Golds-
boro, N'i". for services and Interment
by Miami llcach Riverside.
MRS. LENA SMITH
74. of S420 Collins Avenue, passed
away May 8th. She came here from
i-w fork City IG years ago and leaves
her two daughters, Mrs. Annie Satin,
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Esther Zlch-
ermttn, New fork City: also four Bons,
William, of l-'i. Win. Smith, Ft.
Wayne. Indiana, Sam, Louis and
Ben, New fork City. Services were
held in Miami Beach Riverside.
Unveiling
ition of a monument to
lory of the late Benja-
vin'e, 2300 S. W. 19th
ho passed away May 21.
ill take place on Sunday.
at 11:30 a. m. at Mt.
etery, with Kabbi Mur-
uicr officiating. Mr. Le-
jivivcd by his wife, Syl-
daughters, Rosalyn and
Relatives and friends
Jd to be present.
Galbut Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of 'die late Abra-
ham (AD Galbut. known as "'The
Mayor of South Beach," will take
place Sunday, May 20. at 1 p. m.
at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff officiating.
Mr. Galbut is survived by his
wife, Bessie; two sons. Paul and
Hyman; a daughter, Miriam, and
seven grandchildren, lie was a
member of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, treasurer of B. P. O. Elks
Lodge of Miami Beach, member
of Knights of Pythias. American
Legion. Jewish War Veterans, and
other charitable and philanthro-
pic organizations.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Literature Awards
Made By Book Council
NEW YORK Three poetry
awards and one [or a book of fie- |
tion were made by the National
. Welfare Board-sponsored
:' k Council of Ami i ica
at its annual | May
um.
Judah Stami : a S100
prize .:. m Hi s
in English. A $100 aw.
Hebn j went to
Aaron '/.< itlin foi his "Sherim L"
Peomot", and on for the same
amount was given to Ber Lappin
foi his volume of Yiddish poetry,
Dor Fuller Krug." Soma Mor-
genstern won the fictition award
of $250 for "The Testament of
the Lost Son."
The Harry Kovner poetry
awards were set up in memory
of the late Harry Kovner. a for-
mer resident of Miami and father
of Walter Kovner, Miami Beach
attorney. They are granted by-
council for works of poetry in
English. Hebrew and Yiddish
of Jewish interest and literary
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SIGNS OF THE TIMES over public opinion until the U.S.
Signs are multiplying that Naz- broke off commercial relations
ism is staking a comback. In the with Russia.
elections just held in Lower Sax- Tod.iv our leaders and agencies
ony iihe Socialist Reich Party (S. arc not onlv inactive but silent.
R.P.(polled almost 400,000 votes They do not dare raise their
(12 percen and was fourth in the Vouv< against the would-be Mus-
10 party field). It openly prom- solinis and Hitlers of our own
isrd to 'restore the many Rood hemisphere. Their opposition to
feature of Nazim." Its success is ,he McCarthys McCarrans and
partly due to 6.999 uniformed others of their ilk is tepid. Thev
"Reiehsfront guards who employ permit the cause of the Jew and
the terroristic tactics of the Hit- democracy to go by default. Thev
ler days General Otto Ernst Re- are working on the periphery and
mer of Nazi fame launched an hardly touch the mam problem,
expansion drive to o'Jier German Thev are lacking not only in wis-
- on in.half of S.R P. In Aus- dom, but courage Three decades
.); Burghard Breitner. head- ag0 ,h(, budget of the Ami
:: "I Pro-N and Jewish Committee wa -
mans, won 1;>\ ol the ten percent of what it is |
'" !'" ~:': '!S hut the Marshalls an I
D partly oi Jewish spent no enei
n was n honorary expensive journ : efforts
ned th( to build a constituei
-v;-.' our people or to satisfy tl
,' vaingl i I .
wnicn reaches us fr us publicity
A nulfo it is time for our community
A"as, i of Pai lis- to take I
y ; vig :. defense
tivities
s. Arias '____________________
presiden \ otar unapter Women
Install New Officers
1 combim
..' .n,|,m-
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installed m
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Israel Film Shown
A film strip. "Israel Is Our
Neighbor," was shown in the He-
brew school auditorium of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center Thursday, under auspices
of Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District.
Capt. Aiyeh Becker of the Is-
rael Army, presently active for
the Israel bond drive in the
Greater Miami area, gave his per-
sonal observations based on the
film
Cardiac Home Unit To Install
Nniu offiooro nf tt.n VI___:__ **1|
New officers of the Flamingo seated
Offir
Club Everglades Party
Club Everglades. Branch 1050.
of the Workmen's Circle, will
hold a caul party on Sunday.
May 20, ..t 8.30 p.m. a., its club-
1545 S.W. 3rd Sts.
Obstetricians Elect
The Miami Obstetrical and
Gynecological Society has an-
nounced new officers as follows:
president. Dr. Edward F. Fox;
Mrs. Murray b*J* I I
f agRen, Mrs ahm *i I
Mrs ^" mSV
committee. Uer *
Gii. st speaker wi..,.
ton Dreyfus, ffil
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Mitchell; secretary, Dr. Richard jmg President, Mrs ]*
F Stover: anH lra<..r<>r r, Koscn. H
Guest speaker riuw
, ton Drevfus '*.
vice president. Dr. George A. | Mrs. Gertrude t ^i
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Chapter of the National Chil- Chasa M itBi
dren's Cardiac Home will be in- Murray n Haroi4
stalled at a dinner-dance at 7 v.- cks- "*
p.m. Sunday, May 20, at the Mi-
ami Beach Athletic Club.
Mrs. Edmund Perls will be
Mrs Simon ,,;
BPa0Hd,ng *fia
Bander, recording J
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rs- Adobi
F. Stover; and treasurer, Dr.
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*JewistiFIrirto>n
PAGE7B
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
t>pyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9 f
ION'S VISIT:
[Ben Gurion's current
I United States has also
ition to the forthcom-
nentary elections in
HThe election campaign
Bgo into full swing soon
| Gurion's return, and
s of his trip to this
s well as of his talks
Bigtnn will no doubt
his position Hav-
atience with his reli-
Kners in the coalition
Hen Gurion hopes that
||s now opportune for
a clear majority at
Thc Israel Premier
ted the General Zion-
in his administration,
w figures on having
s next administration.
pe still has to rely on
r a majority But
ing upon '..he General
possible partners in
I cabinet, Ben Gurion
Jer] he can enlarge the
ftis own Mapai Party
country This he
prove to the General
phu were greatly en-
their surprising suc-
municipal elections
in
/
ress Bh>
vember ... He thinks
Samper for the General
Hi Israel and America.
Hi' that with the help
Baking class settlements
fd not vote in November
jimmigrants, who like-
foot vote, he alone is
Prong man Un-
his persona] prestigi
Big is as high as ever
ind he is still the only
capable of leading a
it His visit to the
it. s will increase his
Israel even to a great-
. His personal appeal
igrants who have not
who consider him their
[will carry more weight
before The recent
Uic Mapam and in !he
also contribute great-
vote-gathering of his
tty Hence his opti-
he can carry an out-
>rity in the elections is
[realistic thinking.
in i
clu
000.
wHj
wf
Guri
ence
by I
the:
nowl
ESTIC FIGHT:
is now conducting its i
tor the United Jewish i
ough a series of seven |
ub meetings The;
ng. at the Bryn Mawr
lub, yielded $1,822,000
. Plans are well un-
r the other six country
ngs ... Up to May 1,
ised more than $2,250,-
e big event in Chicago
the end of this month,
el's Premier David Ben
dresses a U.J.A confer-
. This will be the
affair to be addressed
rion during his stay in
States And it can
ealed that it took plen-
ty of effort to get the Israeli
Premier to address this UJA
gathering ... Not that Ben Gur-
ion was not willing to do it, but
because the leaders of the Is-
raeli Bond Issue drive wanted
him all to themselves After
heated negotiations, a "compro-
mise" was finally reached be-
tween the U.J.A. and the Bond
.Campaign leaders which now
I brings Ben Gurion to Chicago
I for he U.J.A_____However, no
mention of this compromise could
be made until after Ben Gurion's
[Sluadir,eSI for 1Jle Bond ksiie
at the Madison Square meeting
"} Now York ... And speaking
of the sale of Israeli Bonds it
can now also be revealed that
Benjamin G. Browdv. president
oi the Zionist Organization of
America, signed on the doUcd
line when he made a pledge to
Ben Gurion some time ago that
the Z.O.A. would sell SI00.000.000
worth of bonds The Israeli
Premier actually insisted that
Browdy make his pledge in writ-
ingnot jus'j orally Today
the Z.O.A. leads in the sale of
bonds, and Mr. Browdy expects
that his organization will sell far
' more than the $100,000,000 which
he pledged.
*
EXCHANGING VIEWS:
About 80 American business- i
men will proceed to Israel within j
the next few weeks with the '
intention of looking into business i
I opportunities there The ma-
1 rity of them an i of
the Zionist Organiz : .., oi Amer-
ica ... Is the Israeli press pay-
ing proper a ention to Ji
life in America'.' An in
esting exchange of views on this
subject took pli reception
given m New York by the Z.O.A.
to visiting Israeli journalists I
And the picture 'i.hat emerged
from this informal discussion,
which was held at the Waldorf- I
{Astoria Hotel under the chair-
manship of Z.O.A. president Ben- |
jamin Browdy, was not very
much to the credit of the press
I in Israel ... It turned out that
i not only is news of general Jew-1
i ish life in the United Slates prac- !
Ideally ignored by the Israeli
I newspapers, but even news of the
I activities of the Z.O.A. and other
American Zionist groups do not
find much space there The
picture is quite different in the j
American Jewish press when it
comes to news from Israel |
Here every detail of Israeli life
finds proper reflection No
wonder that Dr. Samuel Mar-
goshes, and other speakers who
participated in the discussion, ap- .
pealed to the visiting Israeli edit- I
ors 'to build a "paper bridge" be- j
tween American Jewry and the
people of Israel More atten- .
tion on the part of thc Israeli j
newspapers to Jewish life in the
U.S. may be the outcome of this
useful and frank discussion.
Center Women To
[ Hold 1st Meeting
First general membership meet-
jing of the newly formed Worn-
Jens Activities Group of the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
will take place on Wednesday,
I May 23 at 1:30 p.m. at the cen-
iter.
A nominating committee will
I present a slate of officers and
j directors and nominations will be
: permitted from the floor.
This meeting is open to all
women members of the center.
Tfereth Israel Dance
The ways and means commit-
tee of the Tfereth Israel North-
side Center announced committee
appointments for a dance at the
Versailles Hotel. Miami Beach,
on Wednesday, May 23.
Chairman of the dance com-
mittee is Mrs. Eve Kaufman;
ticket chairmen, Mrs. Sandra
Herman and Mrs. Rosalia Hisch-
berg; hostesses, Mrs. Florence
Hollander, Miss Claire Tonik,
Mrs. Lillian Laster, Mrs. Eve
Kaufman and Mrs. Lillian Hoch-
felsen.
Dance prizes and a door prize
will be awarded
Center Softball Teams
Start Playoffs Sunday
The Miami Jewish Community
Center's second annual girls' soft-
ball round robin intramurals will
begin at Shenandoah Park Sun-
day, May 20. with Tri Beta facing
GYA at 10 a.m., TAO meeting
Phi Sigma Tau at 11 a.m. and
ALS vs. BZB at noon.
The center's second annual
male Softball league will also get
underway that day.
52 Club Names Leaders
The Women's Auxiliary of the
52 Association of Greater Mi-
ami elected Henrietta Schoen-
feld president at its recent annual
meetin.
Others elected were Mrs. Helen
Steinberg, Mrs. Pearl Hirsch and
Mrs. Sarah Fagan, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Ann Sampson, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Bea
Burke, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Mae Stern, financial secre-
tary; and Mrs. Sallie Firestone,
treasurer.
Professor To Speak
Dr. Thomas J. Wood, associate
professor of government at the
University of Miami, will speak
on "The Need of Constitutional
Revision in Florida" at the
monthly meeting of the Know
Your Neighbor Club on Friday,
May 18. at the home of Mrs.
Arthur Haag. 2988 S.W. 4th St.
Board meeting is slated for
11:30. luncheon for 12:30 and
regular meeting for 1. Welfare
Chairman Mrs. Haag requests
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Ben Gurion Confers With Truman
'' A\ i .'ith 1st Primi Minister
I Ber. G I theii conversation. Harriman,
Truman's chiel Ivisers on foreign aft.
through the halls of the Old State Depart-
' thi Israel
parked. Then Harriman si ads with
the car departed. Harrin an it< r told this
terested in what Ben Gurion had to say
ut Israel And it was only three years ago whei the
' heduling appointments to 'eminent
n a few minutes.
President On Edge
The executive branch of the government, headed by the
President, really went all-out to give Ben Gurion a warm wel-
come. This followed a period of dismay on the first day of the
visit when President Truman replied in an impatient tone
when asked by the cable editor of the United Press at a general
r,?^0" n?%u ^ had any ""nt >o make on Ben
.U,l raft Ihe Presldont answered that he was gcing to
aHh- d Z o GuMOn ,n all he had to say One journalist had also asked the President
of iXTEL ,HeJUnuchi59 f half-billion dollar state
PreArfon, t" *>u! he F resident ignored that completely.
President Truman a'most shouted that he would carry on anv
conversation with Ber. Gurion and not with the press Y
Cordial Reception
foreign affairs leaders, andTether "Hders w!".'* "nd H?USe
the Blair House to lunch The Pre^rf.nt summoned to
Israel President Chaim Weiimlnn Proposed a toast to
ing it made BnG^X^^^ *., so mov-
troubled ^^tSy^i^i^r^^r7 rce the
Minister Ben Gurion', rec, \&v Led ?* Arabs' Prime
cates that Washington officialdom' at aTL.lYel'0,pect' indi"
vinced of the desirability of a Jewish nation *' 'S rCal'y COn"
j...s reporter wa n i ntlv > the State D why I
us attitudes toward Isrie Y-
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haps there were no Jewish Hags in stock p' "un!- Per-
cause Ben Gurion did not come a an o ,Ll P$ .U Was be
Government. The Department sent only BCLlT\01 .,he U" S-
cials to ihe airport to greet Ben Gurion JhllS l minor oIf'-
and Secretary McGhee. who was sch-duTeH ** a",Ved- Assist-
was occuoied with other business Hn^f 9reel ,he Isrli.
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+Jewlsti ncridian
toeelveir UnhUs Lodge Gives Books Ti U-M
^Ji* Award As a phase of its Anti-Defama- Rabbi Philip s. Bernstein, to the
PAGE 9 B
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ipton. president of }lon League program, Coral Ga- department of human relations
Savinas and Loan bi? \f*S* Bn;" B'rith has pre- University oi Miami it has S u^rw'^V'^T" PT MUter' ldge ADL chaian,
>ook announced by !; 'p' '\" Laa by *f *?p"t,nen ^ c9operatwn with the I
The book, based on the widely pus from June 15 to July 3
publicized article by Rabbi Bern- Arrangements for the presen-
Stein in a recent issue of Life tation were handled by B
magazine, will be utilized par- Miller, lodge ADL chairman i
Savings and Loan s,.n,|(i ~ -m as pre- ; Un,vc,slt s^ ^ ^ ,,^,1 '
?m'V ,,fS r f 'yhdl the Jews BSbCy Eg V.L"^ Pomerantz. "*WW education; ,.. be held jtaET Office,- Anli-Def'an ,
ecial certificate of ________^___ at the University of Miami cam- League of B'nai B'rith.
from the Dade
per Of the Americai!
Icat" was presented
for the outstanding
a chairman of the
lunty fund raising
th'wh came to a close
bough the amour, t
year was short of
aside for this area
16 per cert more
cl last year.
pted the certificate
|to work of the hun-
lunleer workers who
Bv to attain the goal
" More than $243,600
during the drive,
t was $278,960 bc-
rising r.eed of addi-
to meet the heavy
Red Cross services
nan situation began,
jtted that the fund
feaign is officially
uficially a mail cam-
jrtinue in an effort
lech the quota. Dur-
frt I.ipton also focused
the many division
Hvho exceeded the
H>r them, or did a good
^pr.expected handicaps.
.. Co. Distributes
lor Postcards
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m.^Li Letters To The Editor
Continued from 3B
. .,, 0f over 5 million Jews in
the US.S.R. What happens) to
them? How many of them surviv-
ed annihilation by the Germans
;,nd by the war? The "Neue
Lebn" of November 12 1945^tat-
ed uhat there were in the Soj
Union at that time approximatelj
>.., million Jews. No off Rial in-
formation is availabl f
their existence and way ol .
Reports are beinf-
tha. there are mass dep
o Jews returning to their h
towns to the camps of : I
and to the wilds of Siberia, and
that forced labor camps o.n.a.n
30*; _4c; of Jews. ThousaJ
,.f letters of relatives and friends
are being returned with the no-
tation "Return to sender Ad
g5.ee has left", so remmiscen.
of the -Address unkn .w n ol
Hitler times .
Jews throughout the
contributed ten- "f
liars to help in thi
lUon of their jobless and dec
brethren by settling
Jewish agricultural ;
: iraine and C
Birobidjan. There is tota
. about tl
... ,. pecific cami
. : itism was being pro-
mul he remaining
ing branded as Tall
rootles cosmopolitans, Jewish
ti0nists. which all a:>
. Jews are barn I I
milil ademies '<"
' Such ki .wn Jew-
ish
.; kish. and oth.
I wil
6 in G


:
.
the!
:
ed on 1
[i
JOSEPH DUNTOV
J.N.F. with its -;
!of achievements speaks for it-
self. Us ideal pi .gram of land
ownership by the
Ibecame the by-word and exampl
,., ol the -rid.
greatest institution we Jews an
privil : have.
You
the Flamingo Park Rally
f date However, you can --tana
litt :' ,h'' sub
fecT%i Rally in the Sp.
1948 was organized as a celeora
tion of the proclamation ol Um
hState by the: t Erner-
aency Council
Krtant Jewish tionin
Craf : Miami. It ,
1).. Si
v 11. i ry
:
Fund in
,]i, A Sacn 'I C iw? l would
pi i date it if you would all >w
j.,,. nhoff in
11 g:
Yes, Mr iff, the J
National Fund is 'use,
. eated by the Jew ish mai si and
from a humble beginnin \
a powerful institution that influ-
enced the greatest miracle oi our
timewe became a i pl< w ith
.i home and Israel a State recog-
nized by the United Nations The
(.rt-au .vi.aioi. >..... ,
l0 council to make an
and Dr David Andron, who *as
chJsen to make the appeal wa
asked nouncel
ing m Flamingo Park thai tn
,vuld be divided be-
Haganah, J
E c >uncil and the J' a
.. :J, Fund. Everyone was
happy about it and responded
lly. Why was the Jewish
nal Fund included? That
article where you dlSCUSS th< J.
N F program and enumerate its
achievements. At this time I
I ,ike to add some impor-
tems that you may not be
e of. In 1948 when the new-
lv created state of I '
fighting on many fronts econo-
y the
.was
several millions to th<
d Tliat
totheHagai
!
the J r m-
. Ha man.

I
in
t thai '1
I
I wonderful work
... .IN F.
iblein
SlMRKflARX
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FC* REST. CONVAlEICtna
AND U1ROHIC UJU
L |W $0- COUWT
?... __MIAML FLORIDA
helping to establish these settle-
! I,, on Us soil (Read writings
Ho. Jame. J. McDonald^ who
a, thai Ume was a men
the Anglo-American Cornrnittee.
The writer is sure l ^1
Simonhoff. f.
thority on the question and
well acquainted withithe, facts ol
the Jewish National Fund. How-
ever, after speaking in
terms in c nn, .tan-with the Ke-
ren Kavemeth Leisrael (JNl .
Jewish National Fund has
outlived its usefulness. An un-
fortunate conclusion mdee. Your
argument isthat now thatlsrae
a state, we have all the Kril
that we want. As far as irrigat-
Sf cultivating. afforestation
and preparing the land for agri-
cultural purposes-that *
business of the Israeli Govern-
ment True. Mr, Simonhoff. this
| be the case under ordinary
circumstances, but a state that is
only three years "Id and is bur-
dened with almost impregnable
problems cannot cope with all of
this Besides the Israel, govern-
ment do>'.~ ""'- "'"'" to nor
not confiscate any property aban-
doned by the Arabs Therefore,
,t has appointed the JNF the sole
ageni y in acquiring the land and
dealing with the Aral's when the
final settlement is made. A gov-
ernment owning land is responsi-
ble to all its citizen- regardless
whether they are Jews or non-
Jews and for that reason and
other numerous reas ins the Jew-
ish National Fund is acquiring
title to the land solely for the
Jewish people. All the work and
I improvements for the past two
years that vou spoke about that
took place since we became a
state was actually the work of
the Jewish National Fundhav-
ing a tree hand to do so. not be-
ing hindered by the obstacles of
the former mandate government.
You are entitled to your opin-
ion as to the methods of fund
raising and you are welcome to
come and express yourself at one
of the council meetings which are
open to eveiyone However, to
tighten the Jewish people with
the very old warning "Mah Yam-
ru Hagoyim" is meaningless. We
have very much to say to them
and we hope that some day. and
it will come soon, that "they" will
weigh their actions and ask them-
selves "Mah Yamru Hayedudim."
So you see, Mr. Simonhoff, the
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael, (JNF)
Still has an important and very
vital function to perform and has
not outlived its usefulness. It
will live and continue in the good
' work fo.- our people.
Sincerely yours.
Sam Prosterman.
Mr,
Golden Agers Slate
Promotion Exercises
For English Class
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold first promotion
exercises for its English Class on
Sunday, May 20. at 2:30 p. m
In existence for one year, the
class is one of the few of its type
in the country. All the students
are 50 years of age and over. Mrs.
Nora Stark is instructor.
Maurice Grossman, executive
diiector of the Miami Jewish
Community Center will be chair-
man for the occasion. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Samuels will enter-
tain with a program of piano se-
lections and songs.
The program will be followed
by dancing and refreshments.
the letier, *. .]
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MAY 18. 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
-Jewisti fhr/dUan
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
1 V
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.: IN
^
: J>
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
Ilication FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
-VTV JUDGE'S COURT,
'ilI'XTV, FLORIDA.NO.
JT ATE OF CLAIRE M.
1LPS, sometimes known as
" \i LYNtmi. sometimes
i'.,s rm.i.v PARSON, De-
ll hereby given that I have
: port nnd petition for
.is Administrator of
CLAIRE M. REYNOLDS,
wn as CLAIRE M
umctlmei known as POLLY
ceased; and that on the
May, IMli i win apply
honorable W, I-'. Blanton,
of Dade '< iiinty, Flor-
', ii of said final report
lli i] discharge as Adminis-
Estate of CLAIRE M.
fi- Bometlmea known as
\i. LYNCH, sometimes
i pi ilLY PARS) N, deceased.
iv GENE 6 REYNOLDS,
-frator of Install' of
ItEYNOLDS, sometime!
CLAIRE M LYNCH,
n as I'ol.LY
ised.
r LYONS, ESQ.
ppi i Bldg.
Ida
BY PUBLICATION
tl'UIT COURT OP THE
II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY, NO.
MAY,
\ B
T MAY, I'.-fondant.
N T. MAY
rdu Place
.. New Yoik.
i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
of Complaint for Divorce
Bled against you In the
led cause and you are
llred to serve a copy of
i- to the Bill of Complaint
iiiiiff *i attorneys and file
in the office of the Clerk
Court on or before the
Mav, A, D. 1961.
k-.- Bhall be published onre
onsecutlve weeks In
l i- i.i 'KM max. a newspa-
County, Florida,
Miami, Florida, this 27
1951.
B. L-EATHERMAN,
of the Circuit Court.
-.' Seal)
l -. M. C. FEICE.
i leputy < 'lerk.
PASS __fcn i: TATHAM,
ABDO W MY
I Plaintiff
i: Building
__
6
(Cll
BY PUBLICATION
ftCUlT COURT OP THE
Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY NO.
i.\i\\-. Plaintiff
(MAX, also known as
CMS. I>.-fondant.
HERMAN, also known as
TNNIS, % Flanders Hotel,
ll; St., New York,
tequired to serve a copy
to the Bill of Com-
Bvorce on the plaintiff's
to file the original an-
Dffiee of the Clerk of the
on or before the 6th
A. D. 1951; otherwise,
', Complaint for Divorce,
led herein, will be taken
I by you.
iami, Florida, this the
lay. 1951.
. H. LEATHERMAN,
of thi* Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
Seal)
BOB, Deputy Clerk
FRIEDMAN,
Plaintiff
Bldg., Miami, Florida.
JNDER FICTITIOUS
JAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
d, desiring to engage in
Ir the fictitious name of
III i Mi'TORS
[86th St Miami, Fin., in-
Bt. r said name with the
1 tilt Court of Dade
Ha.
JEL l. weindrop
_ MAER & FLOYD
c Building,
"it, Fla.
IsAMug? '
h-ii-u-is
_L WEINDROP
fENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Klsh FlorlcUan so-
Bui legal notices.
(predate your
m and auarcm-
nrale service at
|h. Phono 2-1141
Bfsngsr lervice.
..-.'"" '' IT COURT id-' Tin.-
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND
Plaintiff, \-
BERNARD KARASICK
Defendant.
TO: BERNARD KARASICK
221 South HI, .-
Brooklyn, New Fork
f '.' "": "erebj not I i thai a Bill
of onipialnl ror i, fa been
f''"'' IL" and you ire hereby
' -' com vour ,',-
ind rtt. thi
Answer In the off......., ,,. ,--.
tin Circuit Court, on or before the
??, '*'> "' May, 1951; otherwise, the
"legations of said Bill of Complain*
will be taken aa confessed against
Dated this 27 day of April,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
,_,. lerk of Circuit Court
(( Ire in Courl .-.
Bj R. ll RICE, .ii:
GEORGE -I. TALIANoTp" CU
Attorney for Plaintiff
i- Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN I HE COUNTY .11 DOE H COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, Nd!
In 1!.-: ESTATE OP
JOSEPHINE PERDA,
l tec .ased.
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
1 and eai li of you, arc hereby
notified and required t-- present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of .1' ISEPHINE I ERI i \. de-
ceased late of Dade Countv, Florida
to the Hon. W. I-'. BLANTON, Coun-
ty Judge of Had.- County, and file
the same In hla office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date ..r the first publication here-
of. Said claims or d.-mauds to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to i..- bwoi n to and presented as
aid, or same will i- barn d,
1 'ate April 26, A 11 1951
MAURICE FERDA,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of JOSEPHINE
FERDA. Deceased
MAX i: SILVER
Attorney for Executor
5/i-ll : 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN CHANCERY. NO.
140719.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANOELA AMBRO, Plaintiff
vs
jeromk ;. a.mbro, Defendant
TO
JEROME .; AMBRO
lit Central Avenue
Bronklvn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Divorce has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill 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 be published
once a week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FI.OR1IMAN.
Dated .it Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of May. 1951.
B, It. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
By W.\I. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALI/n\ SILVER, ABDO &
MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham BKuBilding, Miami, Fla.
5/4-11-18-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN rtu7,,?,E?,r, PUBLICATION
11T it-i,.,.' '"r|tT OF THE
'ill, IAI; circuit IN AND
IN c ivy ,','v \TV FLORIDA.
P.Mivi, ,. .[|;V N" <0548
nV.!";!^,!,^-^' Defendant
PearFslreet ": :'" UnM
N< w York City, New York
JERSZY PIA8ECKI
' .',' M a- nu Plasecka
ll. Low ka No, n
Sklernlewlee, Poland
'"' '!" hereby required to serve
i-on'oi,!, K"r Answer to the I
, |,i.' '"' Dlvorc...... the Plain.
tin s Attorney and to file the original
Answer In the Office of tin- Cleft Sf
|5 Cjrcult Court on or before the
;' aai "I May, A D. 1951. otherwise,
|f. Complaint for Divorce
1 ''',''; f'l-......rein will be taken
as confs led by you
, D.A,TfEP :',' M ..... "orWa, this 24
'lay ol April. AH. 1951
Iv Ii LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk of the Circuit Court
...... '' "- tnty, Florida
lit Courl Seal)
By: \vm. \v. BTOCKINO,
Nun.- and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
MURRAY (lOODMAN
910-12 nlv mpia Building
Miami. Florida
I -'7 .'. 1-11-18
Deputy Clerk.
,.. .,N,0TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN I III-. CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA -
In Chancery, No. 140551
EVELYN WARD, Plaintiff, vs.
DONALD WARD, Defendant,
1": DONALD WARD. Defendant
88-05 Springfield Blvd.
Bayslde, Long island. New York
YOL ARE HEREBY notified thai a
I.Ill of i oinplair.t for Divorce has
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, 910
Olympla Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer in the Office
ol the Clerk of the circuit Court,
-Miami, Dad,- County, Florida, on or
before the 2Srd das of Mav, i9.,l, or
a decree pro confesso will be entered
against
DATED this 24 day ,,f April, 1951
at Miami, Dade countv, Florida,
i: Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dole County, Florida.
.circuit Court Seal)
By M. C FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
i 27 5/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Die undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of
LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL
LABORATORY
at si63 N l-:. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Cletk of the Circuit Court of
l'ade Countv. Florida.
JANET S. GOLDBERG-
KASS, FULLER & CULBREATH
Attorneys fur Janet S. Goldberg
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND H'It DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
140495.
CHAKDES liRuSS, Plaintiff, vs.
ALICE GROSS, Defendant.
TO: ALICE GRI S
c/o B. Llebowiti
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 serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney and
file the original Answer in the Office
of he Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 23rd day of May, 19al.
In default of which, the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
*DONHYand ORDERED at Miami
Dade County, Florida, this 23rd da>
of April. 195L r leatherman.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court W,^ STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
Miami 32. Florida
4/27 5/4-11-IS _________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Mai tin P.....i Products at 10 8. E. 5th
Street, Miami. Intends to register said
name with the cierk 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 undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Halvern Motel at 17473 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL J. KAUFMAN
SOPHIE G. KAUFMAN
Co-Partners
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/27 5/4-11-18
N & COMPANY
1* N.
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
K.ard T. MIAMI 31. r"-A
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
3."."> Chestnut Street
K-.irny, N,-w Jersey
YOU are required to serve a ropy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs
Attorney and to file the Original
An-wer'in the Dffi......f the Clerk of
the Circuit Curt on or before the
24 day of May, AD. 1951, otherwise,
the gill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you
D-XTED at Miami, Florida, this 24
.lav of April, A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.-rk 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 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
4/27 5/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs.
SOPHIE BUCKO. Defendant.
TO- SOPHIE BUCKO. Defendant
79 GLENW'OOD AVENUE
BINOHAMPTON. NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of votir Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida, on or before
the 23rd day of May, (Ml. otherwise
the allegations of the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
!iiATBD at Miami, Florida, this 24
day of April. ]lM.UJATH|BM(ANi
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court St-D^ & ^
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. T'YONS
910-11-12 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/27 5/4-11-18

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "I THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"I FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYIN CHANCERY No
140973,
GEORGE BROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE BROSS. Defendant
To: CM I.I.VI- BROSS
21 l: .11 SI
Delavvanna, New Jersey
YOL' ARE HEREBl S'otlfled that a
lull of complaint for divori e has
filed against you, and you are ;
requin ,i to sei ve a i opj ..:' \ our an-
swer to the bill of complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, and i
Inal answ.r In the office of the Clerk
of the i 'Ircull Courl of I ade -
Florid.i. on or before the nth day of
June, 1951, in d-fault of which the
bill of complaii t will be taken .,.- on-
fessed igainsl you,
DATED this .lav of May, 1
E. ll. LEAHER.VIAN,
' Cln lit "ourt,
. Dad,- County I
(i Insult Com Seal)
By: WM. w. STOCKING,
._____ DepUt V I
NORMAN l: LYONS
910 Olj mpla Bldg .
Miami. Fla.
ah,,i n. y ror Plaintiff.
5/11-18-25 'i/l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT .....MtT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
14041
LAURA FOLOER, Plaintiff
JOSEPH J. FOLOER, D
To: JOSEPH J P 'LG
j. Residence unlti
!-!:..- General
Delivery, Baj Mew J
ITou a i ed to servi
.....
for Divorce on l .
and tO file till
offli.....f the cli
3 : i
A.D 1951. othei Ise, the B
pi t for 1 >1\ ii hei el filed
I -ed by
you.
Dated at Mian F this the
20 day of A
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol the Clrcu I C
Dade Count}. Fl
"Circuit four: S ll)
B) : WM. W. ST-'KIN I
I iep
MILTON A. FRIEDM \N.
Attorn,-v I
l".-:: Seybold Bid
I 27 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
Peacoi k salon of Beauty at B3( .-'
Miami Ave Miami, Intends n. regis-
ter said name with the cl.-rk of the
Circuit Court of Dad. i 'ounty, 1
UI.MA SIMPSON,
Sole Owner
4/27 5/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious nan.....I
Croydon Men's shop at in N I-:. 2nd
Ave., Miami, intends to register said
name with the cl.-rk of the i
Court of I lade i 'ounty, Floi Id i
i VCOB w. iLP
Sole Owner
5/4-11-1S-2-.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
in business under the fictitious name
of
KAY'S BLOUSE SHOP
at 211 N, E 1st Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou l
of Dad,- County, Florida,
ESTHER G KURZROK,
Sole Owm
MYERS. HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorne) s for Appl
Seybold Building
5/11-18-25 'i I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num. of
MELODY C '1 FEE SIB IP
st 31 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 32,
Florida. Intend to register such name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HARRY SANDERS
SARA SANDERS
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND 1'OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
26022.
In Re: ESTATE OF
HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims anil demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the Hon. \V. V. Blanton. County
.indue of Dade County, and file the
same in his offi'-e in the County Court
House in l'ade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar months from the
date of he first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
gal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred, See Se -
tion 120 of the 1939 Probate Act.
Date Mav 1". A.D. 1961,
HENRIETTA BOLOTIN
As Administratrix of the Estate of
harry BOLOTIN, Deceased.
Hi-: COSTAS, -Maim: & I I.OYD
60t!-S Blscayne BldK Miami, I-la.
Attorn- \ a for Administratrix
5/18-25 il/l-s
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND I OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, "NO.
140990.
BILLY WEST. Plaintiff, vs.
IRVING WEST, Defendant.
you. irving west, 912 Saratoga
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney. MAX It. SILVER,
922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 11th
day of June, 1951. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of May, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
IK Seybold Building
Miami 82, Florida
5/18-25 6/1-S_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BISCAYN1-: TERRACE BEAUTY
SALON, at 2S0 NE. 4th Street. Mi-
ami. Fla. intends to register said name
with tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
OLADYS STANTON.
5/1S-26- 6/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT O ["HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
"I FLORIDA IN AND I >R DADE
i'"UNTY IN CHANCERY. N i.
140974.
IIARi ILD .1 P BALDWIN Plaintiff,
vs. MARJORIE V. BALDWIN,
Defendant.
To: M VRJORIE V. BALDWIN,
R F D. No. 1,
Katonah, New rork.
Y' il" ARE HEREBY notlf ed
Kill of complaint for
filed against you, and
required '- serve a ropj ol
swer to the bill of omplalnt ->n Mm
plaintiff's attorney, at
inal answer In the offl
of the Mr,nit ',:!' of 1 'A^i- <
Florida, on or before I he llth i i >t
June, 1951. In default i whl
bill of complaint ill !.-> tak
fessed against you
DATED this 9 ->f May. 1951.
ill Court >
E D LEAHERMAN,
By: WM W, STOCKING
I lepul
NORMAN R. LYONS,
910 ilympla Bldg
Miami
Attorne; for Plaintiff.
5/11-18-25 ;/!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN T1L-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THF.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi
iF PL" IRIDA IN AN!' Fl 'R DAI
coUNTYIN CHANCERY No,
110972
MARION L. JARVIS vs.
EDWARD JARVIS, Defendant
To: Edward Jarvls,
Summit Avenue,
Yorktown Heights, New Yo
YOU are REQUIRED to sen a
copy of your Answer to the Bill '
Complaint for Divorce on the Pis
tiff's attorney, and to file the original
Answer in the Office of the Clerk >l
the i'Ircull l'ut In and f-.t- Dade
County, Florida, on or before the Dili
day of June, 1951; otherwise the bill
of complaint filed herein will lie taken
as confessed !> you
DATED at Miami, Florida, this I
day of May, 19.11.
E. B. LEAHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: w.\i. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LY'iNS.
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
5/11-18-25 6/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY, NO. 140613.
ANGELO VITUCCI,
Plaintiff vs
MARIA VITUCCI.
Defendant.
You. MARIA VITUCCI, 2012 West
Fourth Street, Brooklyn. New York,
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiff's attorney. HAR-
OLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
this Court on or before May 26, 1951,
otherwise Decree Pro i 'onfesso will
be entered against you.
Dated April 26, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
.Circuit Court S'.-aii
By R. H. RICE. .IR .
Deputy Cl.-rk.
HARl ILD SHAPIRO
Plaintiffs Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Keit Insurance Agency at l"4n Alton
Road, Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SEYMOUR KEIT
5/4-11-1S-2.-.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFJVENTH JUDICIAL OHtCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTYIN
CHANCERY. MO. 140748.
JOSEPHINE ALONSO. Plaintiff, vs.
CEKAR ALONSO, Defendant.
To: Cesar Alonso
Juan Delgado No. 3
S.ntos Suarez,
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
plaintiff's attorneys. WEINSTEIN.
WEINSTEIN & 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 l- taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
Dated this 2nd day Of Mav. 1951.
B, B, LEATHERMAN,
i l.-rk of Circuit Court.
By: R. H. RICE, IR
Deputy Clerk.
5/4-11-18-25


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.JTUDAY, MAY
Carries On:
She Wanted To Sell Bonds For Israel
NEW YORK (AJP)The lit-, And the husband who "would
11c woman edged her way have wanted it.that way wasithe
throueh the lengthv lu.es which late Daniel Fnsch, president oi
formed this week at the national the Zioms I zation ol Amei -
headquarters of the Zioms.. Or- ica. _________
ganization of America to pur- |
Teen-Age Council
Plans Last Meeting
A "potluck" supper at the
home of Lila Pearl. 1823 S. W.
Nth Terr., will mark the end <>l
the school season for Ithe Teen-
Age Council of the Miami Jewish
Community Center. The supper
meeting is slated for Monday.
May 21. at 6 p. m.
It is the last meeting at which
Morris Lcviti. will preside Wh le
the council plans to fun
throughout the summer to plan
teen-age activities, Mori:.-; will
begin his freshman year at the
University of Florida.
A coordinating and planning
group made of representath
11 teen-age clubs, the council this
has had .. varied program
[I nsi red Tuesday
dances .>: the center; planned
functions around the
ish holidays;
community d nd functi
ftball leag
.
nishin inge
for teei
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>ials and is jointly spons u ing ..
i ith the ti : the
i V.
Clubs making up the council
are ALS I' : tei of H'nai B'rith
G AZA Chap T 322. Belli El
Seniors of Young Judaea; BZB
ipter of BBG; Girls Youth
V tion Hillel AZA; Hillel
BBG: Phi Sigma Tau; Sigma Kh I
AZA 517; Tau Alpha Omega and
Tri Beta.
Its offici n addition to Lev-
itt, are Sue Nelson, vice presi-
dent; Sandra Bloom, recording
y; Joanne Hablow,
resp m ling secretary; Burto n
. treasurer; and Lila Pearl,
sergeant-at-arms.
Slowly she made her way to
the desk where a swamped cleri-
cal staff worked feverishly to
keep pace with a growing line of
purchasers.
"Do you need any help?" the
woman asked one of the secre-
taries. She was informed tha't the
employment office was located
downtown. Try there, the woman
was told.
"But I want to help without
charge." she coun 'red. "I can do
clerical workand besides my
husband would have wanted >t
that way."
The Startled secretary called
ide an aide A hurried confer-
i nee took place and the !
was given a small desk and per-
mitted to pi;- h in and sell bonds
h will help buil<] Isi ael
Early the following morning
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PAGE 10 B m.^Li .., m illion Jews. No off Rial information is availabl f their existence and way ol Reports are beinftha. there are mass dep o£ Jews returning to their h towns to the camps of :• I and to the wilds of Siberia, and that forced labor camps o.n.a.n 30*; 4 c; of Jews. ThousaJ ,.f letters of relatives and friends are being returned with the notation "Return to sender Ad g5.ee has left", so remmiscen. of the -Address unkn .w n ol Hitler times Jews throughout the contributed ten%  f liars to help in thi lUon of their jobless and dec brethren by settling Jewish agricultural ; : iraine and C Birobidjan. There is tota about tl ... ,. pecific cami : itism was being promul he remaining %  ing branded as Tall rootles cosmopolitans, Jewish ti0 nists. which all a:> „ Jews are barn I I milil ademies '<" Such ki .wn Jewish • .; kish. and oth. I wil 6 in G %  • %  : • %  the! • : %  ed on 1 [i JOSEPH DUNTOV J.N.F. with its -; o f achievements speaks for itself. Us ideal pi .gram of land ownership by the Ibecame the by-word and ex a mpl ,., ol the .• %  -rid. greatest institution we Jews an privil : %  have. You the Flamingo Park Rally „f date However, you can --tana litt : ,h '' sub fecT %i Rally in the Sp. 1948 was organized as a celeora tion of the proclamation ol UM hState by the: t Erneraency Council Krtant Jewish tionin Craf : Miami. It 1).. Si v 11. i ry : Fund in ,]i, A Sacn 'I C iw? l would pi i date it if you would all >w j.,,. • nhoff in %  11 g: Yes, Mr iff, the J National Fund is 'use, eated by the Jew ish mai si and from a humble beginnin \ a powerful institution that influenced the greatest miracle oi our time—we became a i pl< w ith .i home and Israel a State recognized by the United Nations The (.rt-au .vi.aioi. • %  >• l0 council to make an and Dr David Andron, who *as chJsen to make the appeal wa asked • nouncel ing m Flamingo Park thai tn v „uld be divided beHa ganah, £J£ E c >uncil and the J' A %  .. :J Fund. Everyone was happy about it and responded lly. Why was the Jewish nal Fund included? That article where you dlSCUSS th< J. N F program and enumerate its achievements. At this time I I ik e to add some importems that you may not be e of. In 1948 when the newlv created state of I fighting on many fronts econoy the .was several millions to th< d Tliat totheHagai %  the J "• r m.•• Ha man. %  I %  • in t thai '1 I I • wonderful work • ... .IN F. iblein SlMRKflARX HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FC* REST. CONVAlEICtna AND U1ROHIC UJU L %  • |W $0COUWT •£?... __MIAML FLORIDA helping to establish these settle! I,, on Us soil (Read writings Ho „. Jame. J. McDonald^ who a thai Ume was a men the Anglo-American Cornrnittee. The writer is sure l • ^ 1 Simonhoff. • f. thorit y on the question and well acquainted withithe, facts ol the Jewish National Fund. However, after speaking in terms in c nn, .tanwith the Keren Kavemeth Leisrael (JNl Jewish National Fund has outlived its usefulness. An unfortunate conclusion mdee. Your argument is—that now thatlsrae a state, we have all the Kril that we want. As far as irrigatSf cultivating. afforestation and preparing the land for agricultural purposes-that %  business of the Israeli Government True. Mr, Simonhoff. this | be the case under ordinary circumstances, but a state that is only three years "Id and is burdened with almost impregnable problems cannot cope with all of this Besides the Israel, government do>'.~ ""'"'"'" to nor !" not confiscate any property abandoned by the Arabs Therefore, ,t has appointed the JNF the sole ageni y in acquiring the land and dealing with the Aral's when the final settlement is made. A government owning land is responsible to all its citizenregardless whether they are Jews or nonJews and for that reason and other numerous reas ins the Jewish National Fund is acquiring title to the land solely for the Jewish people. All the work and I improvements for the past two years that vou spoke about that took place since we became a state was actually the work of the Jewish National Fund—having a tree hand to do so. not being hindered by the obstacles of the former mandate government. You are entitled to your opinion as to the methods of fund raising and you are welcome to come and express yourself at one of the council meetings which are open to eveiyone However, to tighten the Jewish people with the very old warning "Mah Yamru Hagoyim" is meaningless. We have very much to say to them and we hope that some day. and it will come soon, that "they" will weigh their actions and ask themselves "Mah Yamru Hayedudim." So you see, Mr. Simonhoff, the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael, (JNF) Still has an important and very vital function to perform and has not outlived its usefulness. It will live and continue in the good work fo.our people. Sincerely yours. Sam Prosterman. Mr, Golden Agers Slate Promotion Exercises For English Class Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will hold first promotion exercises for its English Class on Sunday, May 20. at 2:30 p. m In existence for one year, the class is one of the few of its type in the country. All the students are 50 years of age and over. Mrs. Nora Stark is instructor. Maurice Grossman, executive diiector of the Miami Jewish Community Center will be chairman for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Samuels will entertain with a program of piano selections and songs. The program will be followed by dancing and refreshments. • • • the leti er *. .] tell ihe Editor howl?" enjoy ihii daily newspaper, with ni'-n' as: "The Monitor uij,w carefully edunf Z piper in the 11.$.^ "I'aluabU md k J, >ng ..." ^ -Nirnn tlm i,o^ "The Monitor unh, reader"! nteemj. 'm Yon. too. will find 4,^ tnlormatiTe, wiik ,Z vroild newt wry at your HOME paper. 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*y lAY 18, 1951 +Jewlsti ncridian %  toeelveir UnhUs Lodge Gives Books Ti U-M ^Ji* Award As a phase of its Anti-DefamaRabbi Philip s. Bernstein, to the PAGE 9 B r — ..Ul-I/Ullllldipton. president of } lon League program, Coral Gadepartment of human relations Savinas and Loan b i? \f*S* Bn; B'rith has preUniversity oi Miami it has S u^rw'^V'^T" PT MUter l dge ADL chai !" an, >ook announced by !; 'P' '\" L a a „ by *f *? p t,nen ^ c 9 operatwn with the I The book, based on the widely pus from June 15 to July 3 publicized article by Rabbi BernArrangements for the presenStein in a recent issue of Life tation were handled by B magazine, will be utilized parMiller, lodge ADL chairman i Savings and Loan s ,. n |(i £ ~ • -m as pre; Un,vc, slt s^ ^ ^ ,,^,1 • ? m 'V ,,fS r f yhdl the Jews BS b Cy Eg V L "^ Pomerantz "*WW education; ,.. be held jtaET Office,Anli-Def'an ecial certificate of ________^___ at the University of Miami camLeague of B'nai B'rith. from the Dade per Of the Americai! Icat" was presented for the outstanding a chairman of the lunty fund raising th'wh came to a close bough the amour, t year was short of aside for this area 16 per cert more cl last year. pted the certificate |to work of the hunlunleer workers who Bv to attain the goal More than $243,600 during the drive, t was $278,960 bcrising r.eed of addito meet the heavy Red Cross services nan situation began, jtted that the fund feaign is officially uficially a mail camjrtinue in an effort lech the quota. Durfrt I.ipton also focused the many division Hvho exceeded the H>r them, or did a good ^pr.expected handicaps. %  .. Co. Distributes lor Postcards (this area have an opparticipate in a stateIto bring summer vaIFlorida. R. B. Roberts president of Florida %  ht Company, said toRincing that his office [ available attractive ft mailing to out-ofits. are of the "oversize" Ip: inted in four colors ig scenes of Florida's pd," These "Summernow available at the A writing table, pen lye been arranged for lience of those who %  dress their postcards |ii fice. fctimates his company ( a million •.Samit started fci'i in 1937. state 1 registration Open Ion has begun for the |T> of Tfereth Israel t> r.ter to be held June I 10. Information ned by call 78-3336. Enrollment lited. ]**) & 7 \ I or another most of us behind jittery due to ovcrrves.Tnis makes us irritable, I wakeful You can't do your he next day. if you toss and ough the night and don't get II need. At such times why > many thousands have done ty years—try files NERVINE fine is a mild but effective st helps soothe overwrought Permits refreshing sleep. %  BIII restful nights and p—ct "> thousands. Ask your drug. lenuins Milts Hv it on e prepared tense nerves lu.p you lake you Tit rvihe label — *n us*. All hnvc Mi lea %  I 5 N ERVINE "^i Utmost in Tire Qualify ...and Service ; ^" >>r Those 1"* f VC sh H thete S!%Nd '•* ii s Royal caie 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 the genuine and original Air Ride design and construction—they are the only AIR RIDE tires in the world. For several years, the enormous public demand for these tires has taxed all possible supply. With every shipment, orders are being filled. With every order, a new and lasting friendship is established. Wherever you live or wherever you are — if your U. S. Royal Dealer can't fill your order for new U. S. 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 Budge* Terms L ittle As 91.00 Per Week WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE 4900 N. W. 2nd Avenue More than a Quarter Century o£ Progress in Greater Miami NORTON £KL TWO STORES MIAMI500 W. FLAGLER ST 3-4639 MIAMI BEACH 1454 ALTON' ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot. President



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MAY 18. 1951 LEGAL NOTICE -Jewisti fhr/dUan LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B 1 V t/ : %  .: IN ^ : J> OF INTENTION TO MAKE ILICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE -VTV JUDGE'S COURT, 'ilI'XTV, FLORIDA.—NO. JT ATE OF CLAIRE M. 1LPS, sometimes known as \i LYNt MI. sometimes i'.,s rm.i.v PARSON, Dell hereby given that I have : port nnd petition for .is Administrator of %  CLAIRE M. REYNOLDS, •wn as CLAIRE M umctlmei known as POLLY ceased; and that on the %  May, IMli i win apply honorable W, I-'. Blanton, %  of Dade '< iiinty, Flor', ii of said final report lli i] discharge as AdminisEstate of CLAIRE M. fiBometlmea known as \i. LYNCH, sometimes i pi ILLY PARS) N, deceased. iv . -fondant. %  HERMAN, also known as TNNIS, % Flanders Hotel, ll; St., New York, tequired to serve a copy to the Bill of ComBvorce on the plaintiff's to file the original anDffiee of the Clerk of the on or before the 6th A. D. 1951; otherwise, ', Complaint for Divorce, led herein, will be taken I by you. iami, Florida, this the lay. 1951. H. LEATHERMAN, of thi* Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Seal) BOB, Deputy Clerk %  FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff Bldg., Miami, Florida. JNDER FICTITIOUS JAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that d, desiring to engage in Ir the fictitious name of III i Mi'TORS [86th St Miami, Fin., inBt. r said name with the 1 tilt Court of Dade Ha. JEL L. WEINDROP MAER & FLOYD %  c Building, "it, Fla. IsAMug? h-ii-u-is _L WEINDROP fENTION ATTORNEYS! Klsh FlorlcUan soBui legal notices. ( %  predate your m and auarcm%  nrale service at |H. Phono 2-1141 Bfsngsr lervice. ..-.'"" '•' IT COURT id-' Tin.11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND Plaintiff, \BERNARD KARASICK Defendant. TO: BERNARD KARASICK 221 South HI, .-• %  Brooklyn, New Fork f '.' "": "erebj not I i thai a Bill of onipialnl r or i, fa been f ''"'' IL and you ire hereby %  com „ vour ,',ind rtt. thi Answer In the off ,,„. ,--. tin Circuit Court, on or before the ??, '*'> "' May, 1951; otherwise, the "legations of said Bill of Complain* will be taken aa confessed against Dated this 27 day of April, E. B. LEATHERMAN ,_,. lerk of Circuit Court (( Ire in Courl .-. Bj R. ll RICE, .II: GEORGE -I. TALIANoTp" CU Attorney for Plaintiff •i- Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN I HE COUNTY .11 DOE H COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, Nd! In 1!.-: ESTATE OP JOSEPHINE PERDA, l tec .ased. To All Creditor! and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 1 %  and eai li of you, arc hereby notified and required t-present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of .1' ISEPHINE I ERI i \. deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida to the Hon. W. I-'. BLANTON, County Judge of Had.County, and file the same In hla office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ..r the first publication hereof. Said claims or d.-mauds to contain the legal address of the claimant and to i..BWOI n to and presented as %  aid, or same will i„barn d, 1 'ate April 26, A 11 1951 MAURICE FERDA, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPHINE FERDA. Deceased MAX i: SILVER Attorney for Executor 5/i-ll : 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till" ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA—IN CHANCERY. NO. 140719. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ANOELA AMBRO, Plaintiff vs JEROMK %  ;. A.MBRO, Defendant TO JEROME .; AMBRO lit Central Avenue Bronklvn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Divorce has been filed against you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill 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 be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FI.OR1IMAN. Dated .it Miami, Florida, this 1st day of May. 1951. B, It. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court By W.\I. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALI/n\ SILVER, ABDO & MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 804 Ingraham BKuBilding, Miami, Fla. 5/4-11-18-28 LEGAL NOTICE IN rtu7 ,?, E „?,r, PUBLICATION 11T it-i,.,.' '" r| tT OF THE %  'ill, IAI ; CIRCUIT IN AND IN c IVY ,','v \ TV FLORIDA. P.Mivi, ,. [|;V N <0548 •nV.!";!^,!,^-^' Defendant PearFslreet : : '" UnM N< w York City, New York JERSZY PIA8ECKI .',' M Anu Plasecka ll. Low ka No, n Sklernlewlee, Poland „ '"' •'!" hereby required to serve i-on'oi,!, K" r Answer to the I |,i .' '•"' Dlvorc the Plain. tin s Attorney and to file the original Answer In the Office of tinCleft Sf |5 Cjrcult Court on or before the ;' aa i "I May, A D. 1951. otherwise, |f. Complaint for Divorce 1 • %  '••'',' '; %  ••• f'lrein will be taken as confs led by you D A T f E P : ',' M • • "orWa, this 24 'lay ol April. AH. 1951 Iv Ii LEATHERMAN, 1 lerk of the Circuit Court '' %  %  "' tnty, Florida lit Courl Seal) By: \VM. \v. BTOCKINO, Nun.and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney: MURRAY (lOODMAN 910-12 nlv mpia Building Miami. Florida I -'7 .'. 1-11-18 Deputy Clerk. ,.. ., N 0TICE BY PUBLICATION IN I III-. CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA In Chancery, No. 140551 EVELYN WARD, Plaintiff, vs. DONALD WARD, Defendant, 1": DONALD WARD. Defendant 88-05 Springfield Blvd. Bayslde, Long island. New York YOL ARE HEREBY notified thai a I.Ill of i oinplair.t for Divorce has 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, 910 Olympla Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer in the Office ol the Clerk of the circuit Court, -Miami, Dad,County, Florida, on or before the 2Srd das of Mav, i9.,l, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against DATED this 24 day ,,f April, 1951 at Miami, Dade countv, Florida, i: Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dole County, Florida. .circuit Court Seal) By M. C FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. i 27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Die undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL LABORATORY at si63 N l-:. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Cletk of the Circuit Court of l'ade Countv. Florida. JANET S. GOLDBERGKASS, FULLER & CULBREATH Attorneys fur Janet S. Goldberg 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND H'It DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 140495. CHAKDES liRuSS, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE GROSS, Defendant. TO: ALICE GRI S c/o B. Llebowiti 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 serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer in the Office of he Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of May, 19al. In default of which, the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed %  *DONH Y and ORDERED at Miami Dade County, Florida, this 23rd da> of April. 195L R LEATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit Court. (Circuit Court W,^ STOCKING Deputy Clerk. LEO SHEINER Attorney for Plaintiff 302 Roper Building Miami 32. Florida 4/27 5/4-11-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Mai tin P i Products at 10 8. E. 5th Street, Miami. Intends to register said name with the cierk 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 undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Halvern Motel at 17473 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL J. KAUFMAN SOPHIE G. KAUFMAN Co-Partners MYERS, HEIMAN &• KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/27 5/4-11-18 N & COMPANY 1* N. PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 K.ard T. MIAMI 31. r"-A 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 3."."> Chestnut Street K-.irny, N,-w Jersey YOU are required to serve a ropy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney and to file the Original An-wer'in the Dffi. f the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 24 day of May, AD. 1951, otherwise, the gill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you D-XTED at Miami, Florida, this 24 .lav of April, A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.-rk 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 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 4/27 5/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. MICHAEL BUCKO, Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE BUCKO. Defendant. TOSOPHIE BUCKO. Defendant 79 GLENW'OOD AVENUE BINOHAMPTON. NEW YORK YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of votir Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, on or before the 23rd day of May, (Ml. otherwise the allegations of the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by iiATBD at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of April. ] lM. UJATH|BM(ANi Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court St-D^ & ^ Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. T'YONS 910-11-12 Olympia Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/27 5/4-11-18 • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "I THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "I FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY No 140973, GEORGE BROSS, Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE BROSS. Defendant To: CM I.I.VIBROSS 21 l: .11 SI Delavvanna, New Jersey YOL' ARE HEREBl S'otlfled that a lull of complaint for divori e has filed against you, and you are ; requin ,i to sei ve a i opj ..:' \ our answer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, and i Inal answ.r In the office of the Clerk of the i 'Ircull Courl of I ade Florid.i. on or before the nth day of June, 1951, in d-fault of which the bill of complaii t will be taken .,.onfessed igainsl you, DATED this .lav of May, 1 E. ll. LEAHER.VIAN, %  %  Cln lit "ourt, Dad,County I (i Insult Com Seal) By: WM. w. STOCKING, DepUt V I NORMAN l: LYONS 910 Olj mpla Bldg Miami. Fla. AH,, i n. y ror Plaintiff. 5/11-18-25 'i/l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT MtT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 14041 LAURA FOLOER, Plaintiff JOSEPH J. FOLOER, D To: JOSEPH J P 'LG j. Residence unlti !-!:..General Delivery, Baj Mew J ITou a i %  ed to servi ..... for Divorce on l and tO file till offli f the cli 3 : i A.D 1951. othei Ise, the B pi t for 1 >1\ ii % %  hei el filed I -ed by you. Dated at Mian F this the 20 day of A E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the Clrcu I C Dade Count}. Fl "Circuit four: S ll) B) : WM. W. ST%  •'KIN I I iep MILTON A. FRIEDM \N. Attorn, -v I l".-:: Seybold Bid I 27 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name of Peacoi k salon of Beauty at B3( .-' Miami Ave Miami, Intends N. register said name with the cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad. i 'ounty, 1 UI.MA SIMPSON, Sole Owner 4/27 5/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious nan I Croydon Men's shop at in N I-:. 2nd Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the cl.-rk of the i Court of I lade i 'ounty, Floi Id i i VCOB w. iLP Sole Owner 5/4-11-1S-2-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to %  in business under the fictitious name of KAY'S BLOUSE SHOP at 211 N, E 1st Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou l of Dad,County, Florida, ESTHER G KURZROK, Sole Owm MYERS. HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorne) s for Appl Seybold Building 5/11-18-25 'i I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious num. of MELODY C '1 FEE SIB IP st 31 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 32, Florida. Intend to register such name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY SANDERS SARA SANDERS 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND 1'OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 26022. In Re: ESTATE OF HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims anil demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. \V. V. Blanton. County .indue of Dade County, and file the same in his offi'-e in the County Court House in l'ade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of he first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain gal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred, See Se tion 120 of the 1939 Probate Act. Date Mav 1". A.D. 1961, HENRIETTA BOLOTIN As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased. Hi-: COSTAS, -MAIM: & I I.OYD 60t!-S Blscayne BldK Miami, I-la. Attorn\ a for Administratrix 5/18-25 il/l-s NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND I OR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, "NO. 140990. BILLY WEST. Plaintiff, vs. IRVING WEST, Defendant. YOU. IRVING WEST, 912 Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn, New York are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney. MAX It. SILVER, 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 11th day of June, 1951. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 10th day of May, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff IK Seybold Building Miami 82, Florida 5/18-25 6/1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISCAYN1-: TERRACE BEAUTY SALON, at 2S0 NE. 4th Street. Miami. Fla. intends to register said name with tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OLADYS STANTON. 5/1S-266/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT O ["HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC "I FLORIDA IN AND I >R DADE i'"UNTY — IN CHANCERY. N i. 140974. IIARi ILD .1 P BALDWIN Plaintiff, vs. MARJORIE V. BALDWIN, Defendant. To: M VRJORIE V. BALDWIN, R F D. No. 1, Katonah, New rork. Y' il" ARE HEREBY notlf ed Kill of complaint for filed against you, and required '%  serve a ropj ol swer to the bill of omplalnt ->n Mm plaintiff's attorney, at inal answer In the offl of the Mr,nit ',:!'• of 1 'A^i< Florida, on or before I he llth i i >t June, 1951. In default i whl bill of complaint ill !.-> tak fessed against you DATED this 9 ->f May. 1951. ill Court > %  E D LEAHERMAN, By: WM W, STOCKING I lepul NORMAN R. LYONS, 910 ilympla Bldg Miami Attorne; for Plaintiff. 5/11-18-25 •;/! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN T1L-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi %  iF PL" IRIDA IN AN!' Fl 'R DAI coUNTY—IN CHANCERY No, 110972 MARION L. JARVIS vs. EDWARD JARVIS, Defendant To: Edward Jarvls, Summit Avenue, Yorktown Heights, New Yo YOU ARE REQUIRED to sen %  a copy of your Answer to the Bill Complaint for Divorce on the Pis tiff's attorney, and to file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk >l the i'Ircull l'• %  •ut In and f-.tDade County, Florida, on or before the Dili day of June, 1951; otherwise the bill of complaint filed herein will lie taken as confessed !>• %  you DATED at Miami, Florida, this I day of May, 19.11. E. B. LEAHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By: w.\i. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LY'iNS. 910 Olympla Bldg. Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff. 5/11-18-25 6/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCERY, NO. 140613. ANGELO VITUCCI, Plaintiff vs MARIA VITUCCI. Defendant. You. MARIA VITUCCI, 2012 West Fourth Street, Brooklyn. New York, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney. HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before May 26, 1951, otherwise Decree Pro i 'onfesso will be entered against you. Dated April 26, 1951, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. .Circuit Court S'.-aii By R. H. RICE. .IR Deputy Cl.-rk. HARl ILD SHAPIRO Plaintiffs Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Keit Insurance Agency at l"4n Alton Road, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEYMOUR KEIT 5/4-11-1S-2.-. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFJVENTH JUDICIAL OHtCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY. MO. 140748. JOSEPHINE ALONSO. Plaintiff, vs. CEKAR ALONSO, Defendant. To: Cesar Alonso Juan Delgado No. 3 S.ntos Suarez, 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 plaintiff's attorneys. WEINSTEIN. WEINSTEIN & 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 ltaken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Dated this 2nd day Of Mav. 1951. B, B, LEATHERMAN, i l.-rk of Circuit Court. By: R. H. RICE, IR Deputy Clerk. 5/4-11-18-25


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h, MAY 18. 1951 +Jewist fhrSdlan PAGL' 6 A ing Acs Canter To ior llrnt*r mial reception honorQelernter, outgoing ..: of the Coral Gal i er, will be held Suny 20 al o:30 p.m. in am' auditorium of the temIrnter la the first ofi i pie to be so hono.i... during his two-fa rm adIt i that all of the build:!:, %  chi peli classrooms I were built. The mem %  luring his term of office from 40 families to 350 es and Rabbi Morris A. [became affiliated with the as its spiritual leader. _rnter has been a resident Iral Gables for the past six He is a graduate of Syra[and Harvard Universities head of the G.E. ConstrucCompany. He resides at 1420 |a Avenue, Coral Gables ii wife, two daughters and reception is being jointly ored by the temple mem| the sisterhood and men's i under the chairmanship of lh Koven. isiv Council its Officer* = officers Of the Jewish Mubuncil of Greater Miami, reinstalled by the outgoing nan. Cantor Samuel Kele: at a musicale held in the J School with over 300 mem[and guests present, met this to discuss summer activi|e council, which is affiliated i the Jewish Centers Associand the Bureau of Jewish fcation, is completing its conlion and reorganizing its |bership which will be both nizational and individual, %  ter participation of the encommunity is expected. I research library of books on Bsh music and of records is ned to be housed in the newiirchased home of the Bureau le.vish Education. Programi I : Jewish music over radio lens is in progress. It is hoped besides the regular festival ng the Jewish Music ijth a series of smaller musiks can be arranged beginning rly fall. iriliar Home •OHM Installs Irs. Sa! Ramagli was installed i sident of the Miami Chapthe National Children's Id Home at a lunch sdav at the Biscayne Terrace Mrs. Sylvia Chertkoff servS installing officer. a seated at the exercises Mrs. Harold Cohen, first president; Mrs. Henry Jason, second vice president; David Parnes. third vice dent; Mrs. David Dvoskin. ording secretary; Mrs. Ben Iden, recording secretary; Mrs. ks Glance, corresponding sectary; Mrs Sam Schulwolf. lasurer; Mrs. Leo Sobel, finankl secretary. Miami Student HMMiv for %  %  n s. J. M. Birmin Ala. Mi has jus) I it sident of Pin Upsili n I Imici on, rial home ec ni i nics honorai Pioneer Women To Meet Next meeting of Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will take place on Monday, Maj 21, at the home oi Mrs. A. nui '• '•' il : rant time Mrs. Yell of tiie moth if 1! I ored V er was honoi ed by %  ., Is Wl ii! to i '. .1 Fund and the Child Rescue Fund. |orth Carolina Resort ?ts June 1 Opening Duncraggan Inn, Henderson"B, N.C., will open for the sea.. June 1, under the manageent of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis. [Located 3,000 feet up in the lue Ridge Mountains, the resort Ba main house, lodge and cot, and operates under the ncrican plan. According to Lewis, the Inn offcrs a variety of sports and rccrelions including swimming, horse Wck riding, golf, dancing and huffleboard. Located nearby arc Dpping centers, shows, summer ick theatre and national parks. A. F. GIVEN Xcw Location PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2ndAve. Phone 3-5373 Miami. Florida Herbert Gelemter Auxiliary Plans Picnic Ladies Auxiliary of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center will meet Mondaj. May 21. at 8 p.m. at the Center. 951 E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah, to discuss final plans for a picnic to be held at Crandon Park Sunjday. June 3. Mrs. M. Abramson is chairman of the event. Lear School Day Camp The L< Scl ool has announced the opening of a day camp on June 25 with a program of arts and crafts, dramatics, swimming and singing. The 1 camp is for boys and girls from four to 12 years old, and the last day for registration is June 1. Metropolitan Council To Seat Officers Mrs. Melvin Benner, chai of the installation of new ot;i: the Mel ipoli incil of B B N ii n. has anI that 1 i • H Gull I ai will I : K ill b tress of cen .1 rs. k will install M I dent; vice president, Mrs. H' chlei pi esident, Mi s. B trs. ley Falk; inding s 1 tary, Miss Trudi Lach; treasurer, Mrs. Irving Cypen; historian-reporter, Miss Beverly Koch: parliamentarian, Mrs. Kaufman; counselor, Mrs. Nathan Bloom. After the installation, a skit consisting of parodies on B'nai B'rith, written by Miss Trudi Lach, will be presented. 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PAGE 10 A +Jeist'ncri1, will offer the welcome, while Paul '•'. of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will give the salut i. v address E lw %  will rid I % %  • II si Mrs Matilda H R ti : nual Ratner and I): Jai ib li Kaplan benediction. A re%  %  • n honoi I the ill : '.'. iw the p Free tickets ;' >r the i x • %  at 1 iicipatIs, "Hag HaBikkurim." a Shavuos cantata, will highlight the first community graduation exercises ROonsorerJ by the Bureau < : Jewish Education for its affil) ited elementary Hebrew sch i the community Hebrew I 10I. Tinriti lated 1 IV n sday, May 23, at 8 | ti's Club, 1737 Dri\ To be featu Richard J i g ... | | .: |„ :. I ine Neustein of C ng.egat B %  El All I M %  | Mi%  %  Hebi .\ School ind C ng i Beth El %  Mi Ivyn Bi ill %  • I rttal 1 ; • M Doni mu %  : J A Educatioi f New Yoik Cil P .of I .:•-. nd : SiKronish Irvii L ; n ol es if the %  %  of I grad lates f >llowed by M ax North Dade Meeting Nexl eetin the N irth ter will be held iy, May 30 at 8 p.m. i nti : %  Doi Id N • the UniI M will be LI : by the istei : • will be held Thursday, Fi and Saturday, Mav 2i 25 and 26. Mrs Pre I Blank is chairman 01 the p: Pull Lever 5 Vote For J. J. "Jack" FARREY Miami B.tach Qity, Council Your Former Building Inspector For 27 Years Your Vote and Support Appreciated Religious Directory... — .• MI I .1....1 \ iC'nnL'iirr.tit'/ti ii-il 3D I port Congregation Beth Jacob Temple Isaiah of Miami Beach thodoxl wi.l hold Friday right (Reform) will hear Rabbi Moshay l 15 undor supervi P, Mann conduct services Fnsion ol Rabbi Moses Meschelofl day evening at 8:30, He will disLouis I) Feder. Satcuss the novel "Salvation" bv = ervices will be Sholem Asch. Saturday morning it 8 30 wi h Mincha at 6:45 at 11. the rabbi will speak on jta. followed by Sudos. ReImn WINZ and review Prof, Emi] ligious school is held Monday A. Outheil's recent book, "The through Thursday at 3:30 and on Handbook of Dream Analysis" Sunday from 0 to i oon, Miami Hebrew School and ConHebrew Acaderhy (Orthodox) gregation (Orthodox) will be the will conduct Friday evening servscene of the Bar Mitzvah of Gary ices at 6:30 and Saturday at 9 Sayle. son of Mr. and Mrs Hvi m. under the direction of Rabbi man Lessin, on Saturday rrorn| Alexander S. Cross. Saturday ing. Friday evening services will at 4:30 there will be a story hour be held at 6:30 with Saturday for the childien of the communit morning service at 8-30 Rabbi ty Refreshments will be served Simon April will speak on the 1 Hebrew dances and songs portion of the week Peirek class taught by Miss Bobbie Laucr. at 5:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 foi-! Mincha will be held at 6:30 p. m. | lowed %  by Shalos Sudos and I With Shalos Sudos following. ; Maariv. Sunday services will be Services are held daily at 7:30, at 8:30 a. m. followed bv break a. m. and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday I fast and Sunday school at 10 morning services at 8. Hebrew school is held daily from Congregation Beth El (Ortho-'3:30 to 6:30, with daily services cox) will ru>ld Friday services at %  at 7:30 a. m. and 6:45 p. m 6:30 p. rn. and Saturday mornTfereth Israel Northside Censervices at 8:30 when Rabbi ter will hold services at 630 FriMurray 1 1 rauer will preach on ; day night and Saturday services thi portion of the week. Junior 9 a m. congregation will meet at 10 a. m. I Temple Israel of West P*lm on Saturday and at the talmud, Beach (Reform) will hold Friday! class, 5:45, the rabbi will discuss! evening services at 815 whn "The Kth.es of the Fathers." Rabbi Richard" Singer win "re RSs VS,,& ','• : i. llowl ', d view A Trt asur >' E-STHS. %  Shal is Sudos Graduation will mor." Sabbath candles will h P lit" ,, m. Daily b y Mrs. Alice Gordon. Hollywood Jewish Community Center (Conservative) will hold early Friday night services at 6:30 p. m. and Sabbath services at 9:3J a. m. The Bar Mitzvah ACER'S 1 Live Poultr, I L0C *L • RW FRE E Deli TetT J Und Rabbiaid I We Se RttaU M t0 ••>. BU BBhte Sbo* MAIL 0RDEISI 13 MEN'S L Ma r— 4 Ua M.UI activiti 3 ir.clu e religious school at 3 30, services at 8:30 a. m., Mishna l 1 and Mincha at 6:30. Temple Israel of Miami (ReSKIN %  A New Approoj IN TREATMQC Or H. W, Hug 9482 Harding An. V| LEGAL NOTIO -. **_ -* *.w^ „. 1,,. nituai **iii£vaxi Iorm > wil Dr Joseph Narotiof Barrv Roth will take place at t on "What Makes a Good that time Sunday and Mondav N0TlCE 0F W S *UE Jew— Et icsor Ceremonies?" at the Convention Association of NOTICE IS HEREBIL "'' P % % % %  Friday services The Florida Rabbis will take place h > '*>ptni • historic reThere will be a mass meeting of :.. '';!• %  %  %  Judaism between the com-unty Mondav night i„ :?J*m sand ritual and will suggest with Rabbi Morris Chapman of WARKH which the modern St Petersburg as guest sneaker th j^th D.vW g (C^nl^ativ? wili mne its hold services Friday a t 6-30 p m : Su % %  %  9*5 ... m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. with stuBeth David (Conservative) will dents' t 10:30 followed ning services at DV K; d lush. Rabbi Max Shapiro 6:30 ai I Saturday morning at 9 will discuss the weekly portion student servio s at Ki:>0. At f ,,; '' 'aw. that time, Daniel, son ol Mr. and Se,h Tfilah (Orthodox) will Mrs. Mau 1 Ka : ir Joseph E. Rackovskv con.Bar Mitzvah, to followed bv dU( 't Friday t v >ning services at Ki Idush Ral bi M ix Sh tpiro 8; 30. %  .%  •: I %  I 1 Fi rl %  I %  Ca: tor Ma Mamches w :.l of::. 1: te, (• ising exercises uf ,h Sund 100I will b, m May 2~ Coral Gables Jewish Center ear H ibbi Morris The Rabbi will preach on *N "Sanctity and Perfection" at hi Saturday morning services and "Ethics of Our Fathers' at the afternoon service. Daily services held at 7:30 a. m. followed by Mishna. Mincha at 6:30 p. m. A, Skop discuss "The Stiuggle followed on Mondav and ro Be Decent at th S b ath Ibursday by class in Bin Yakov, '. \ Fnday evening at 8:15. and Sunday, Tuesday and Cantor Josep! W Malek and Ste. Wednesday by class in' Jewish 5J!!? W'U coi '•'" and customs. Maariv '.' ,: ; u ~ 1 ; :: ; '"'''. %  ">' the l >fW daily at 7 p. rr th„ 1 service to I e followe i I l'' ns %"}<: group Oneg Shabbat will be tendered X Ml ";J Uld Mrs Wi,liam Rlb blcr aitei the sen B'Om r services Kneseth Israel (Orthodox) will •old Friday evening services at 6 and Saturday morning services at 8:30 conducted by Cantor At the Las | Abraham Seif. At 4:30 a class in held Talmud will be conducted. Mir. •11. a. •' %  !l : % %  %  %  i • ', 1 W NOTICE BY PtftWJ pup RCflT COW 'KI.I:'. %  ^ 1 ELI I IN wi. 1-oR VAv-i L IN cms* %  It's' ISii P uIK : 10 ;i m • $P at 5 30 will be followed by Harold Kilt." 0 ? ): •'' %  Mrs. Shalos Sudos. Zmiras will follow Kid n„ ,'"" %  ?;" Mitz and Maar,v Wl11 complete the low the services. Daily services at 8 a. m. services on the center patio iraehte center (Conservative) i daily services at 8 • rri. his 1 FOR QUICK BEPENDABLE TAXI SERVICE iti >n >iiti it RED TOP RADIO DISPATCHED NEW LOW RATES 30c FOR THE FIRST MILE 10c EACH 1'3 MILE THEREAFTER Phone 3-3i;il EST. 1911 — 40 YEARS OF SERVICE jollowed by a class in Jewish Laws and customs. Hebrew and 6 1 "',„ ''*,".-oi' V "\ ; : "s ch o1 is held d a'ly Monday s iW,t ,n 1; I U ;' y ni ht i hrough Thursday from 3:30 to KV.< "IA^,;^;ITA\ T rv_ 6:0 p = £: Sunday reliBlous Sachs wil I 1 ,.,k ,1 Ab,i,ha I m st h o1 1S from 10 to noon with port.on f ,1 .,? v l T ,U V& 9 Ie S. lstrat ion in the office daily. Will b, a,% ,h ;/u? Ml .5rt^ C T : R T mP ^ B#th E1 0f West Palm lowed bv Shalos Sudos H ^ '" ? caCR r Conservative) will conschool i 8 held dSlJ M J 6 *''^ Fnday ever -'f>g services at through Thursday UfTh c n 2 ay 6 3 0 and Saturday morning servschool at 10 a ,'.? Thi^ r S unda >' I lc c f,? 9, all under the direction school will hold" P .Scatrr^ : h L Rabbi l Ma nUeI Greenstem. Hedon Park on May 07 m ^l ww school is held Monday Miami Beach /ewiic^, 1 P? g h Thursda >' a 3 p. m. Cent.r FUgler Grenada Religious 1 .-• 1 ,h -'tTifl .,, h.r^urn •' %  \,iSm I In.l coj w morning service at 9 thf. r KI? i' s ch o1 is from 10 t0 noon will preach on the oortion „#"!? 2 nd Heb J Cw sch ool is held Monafifit: ; r i! ;^, ( l Sh; %  %  da) 1 •RSi1 l'r N • .hll & fins • • %  fW 'Z*M m Dated •• >!'*"'• J Dated ^••"rhamSSK KOTI.-E :*$** In bui V!U-T%E RICTUBPl |VI' WKI.I-AKf' 1 to 6:30 p".; n Jh 30 PTO Dni bffi i3?LS ^wiih studies rSSSH^S* s v !" *fwWlurt Dowrtow" Srn p:di. r d" x w:I1 ha s V so ^ servio •'' „ 7e iico*i B ; ootn begin at 10 a. I 6:45 p. m. at 6 30 P-_ North Shore 'Jewish Center „: r "-••••onu springs jewisn uraa> %  — RWP-\ 'Community Center wUl begin |C ha will be at ^V and %  p, Fn i ay "Tvlces at 8:30 p. m. by S alos &£*t<*l m. and Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant Sunday moniinr ^j lie sprvicm rv_ S__i_i._ ...:ii u .,. R-30. <"' W 11 chapel se'rvices W a a t a" Tt dai .^ .' %  ."•". Fr'^y servio at 8 : 30 p m!; b7 Shalos W-l Jrossberg will chant Sunday morn Oneg Shabbat will held at 8 i follow. 1 are held at 8 a01



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lY 18. 1951 ****1st>ricrMta,n .Skow lore Group Ifficers JR. Wein was inSesident of North fcr of B'nai B'rith icheon ceremonies %  e Delmonico Hotel. Kirs. Bernard Hoff^rrangements were Mark Silverstein. ;ohcn was mistress and Mrs. Harold le officers. The inpreseirted by Mrs. |an. and Mrs. Tena lected president of Ian Council of B'nai offered the clos[Miss Edna Bloompr of District Five, Ignized at the rites Frederick Propper, lident; Mrs. Herbert p,i vice president; [.Iluntington, third Mrs George KimI; Mis. Harry Katz, retary: Mrs. George ksponding secretary; Ippee, financial secI Murry Herlandes, ; Mrs. Sanford LeMrs. George LeMark Silverstein, Bernard Hoffman, % s. Louis Sherman, Melvin Altman, in; Mrs. Aaron Tu^bers include MesSolloway, Clarence Ih Leiberman, Leah PAGE 9 A Shochet on Premises Tues., Wed. & Than, 'til Noon GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! gagggg g gfe'assiirg r P ?c r .u r M : j %  v ice president Ha y :,-::'• Beth II Women Slate Donor Fete Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will hold its first donor luncheon on Wednesday, May 23, at 12:30 p.m. in the Dora August I Memorial Hall. Rabbi Murray Grauer will ofI I fer the invocation and Mrs. j JEmanuel Karger, past president : j of the sisterhood, will speak. Mrs. Eugene Schwartz and Mrs. j Max Rappaport. chairmen of the event, are being assisted by Mes; dames Sidney H. Palmer, Morris Pepper, program; Maurice Wegcr, Sid Swimmer, Albert Zisman, decorations; Murray Grauer. tell vision: Abe Pepper. George Solinger, Sam Geltner, reserva| tions. Reservations may be made by calling 9-3004 k R. Wein Stern, Sam Rud(lman, Melvin RichFreidlander, Max ieorge B e r man, on, George Solo-asky, Ethel MorIfinger, Eman[Anne Simon, Irving field, Morton Ivin Pazol, Dan d Margolis, Jean Ird Huffman preto Mrs, Aaron TuGe irge Levinson work for the the past year. pee won the award r Stanley Phillips I in the most memttui iii. year lleaeli Zionists To Install May 27 Installation of officers and directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be held Sunday. May 27, at 8:15 p.m., in the patio Of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to Daniel M. Broad, chairman. The following officers will be seated: president, Harold Shapiro; j vice presidents. Dr. David S. An,dron, Daniel M, Broad. Ben Zion JGinsburg, I. R Goodman. Fred %  Jonas, and Ehiel Lesowoder; financial secretary, Joseph Pardo; ] recording secretary, Murray Goodman: treasurer. Irving Schatzman; chairman, board ol directors, Judge Kenneth Oka. Mayor Harold Turk To Install Officers Of Sholem Chapter The annual installation luncheon of Sholem Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will be held Monday, May 21 at 12:30 p. m. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach will install th e following officers: president. Mrs. Abe Aronovitz; first vice president, Mrs. Frank Toback; second vice president, Mrs. Bernard Newmark: treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Ray vis; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sidney Kaplan: recording secretary, Mrs. Max Bergman; financial secretary, Mrs. Harvey Herman: parliamentarian, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; historian, Mrs. Louis B. August: monitor. Mrs. Lenore Curtice; and Hillel representativi Mrs Sidney Aronovitz. Arrangements will be handled by Mrs. Harry Gordon. Enter-; tainment will include performances by Miss Helene Rivoire. singer. Stanley Cherkov, dancer, and Eric Hillman, pianist. Board members to be installed are Mesdames Nate Spiegelman, Ida Keilson, Betty Greenberg, Stephanie Klein, Jerome H. Weinkle, Henry Schier, Ellis Golden. Sam Silver. Gussie Ginsberg, William Edelstein and Harry Gordon. — Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. On Calendar fill Group of Great"" %  ly formed charittion composed of area, will sponsor %  at Beth El Center pay 19. at 8 p.m. Anniversary Dance North Dade Jewish Center will hold its second anniversary dance Oli Saturday, May 19, at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami Beach. Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker, and Alan Kole and his orchstra will play for dancing. Juan Andreu and his paitner will entertain. Camp Registration Open North Dade Jewish Center is i accepting registrations for its ( summer day camp, .-Kited to open on June 18. All persons interested are asked to contact Mrs. I. Jacobson at H4-'S203 or Mrs. H. Marrow at U!)-77n;i. SUMMER PRICES The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth n "10 3 is displayed; 2. And Jo buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. H 1 D 3 as this is the only identification which proves thai the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; 3. To buy your cfcometz only in stores and bakeries which sold the:r chometz at Passover. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas. OOTH SAILING! YOUR FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES lit nil Iii ill N VOYAGE BASKET From % %  Kit I HI 11 COMPANY >LN ROAD MIAMI BEACH SENT ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES k llrivk Phone .#-tf.0 HARCLD SHAPIRO Harold Shapiro Announces His Political Association With Jack It. Gordon and Frank A. 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IY 18. 1951 iy Camp ljune 18 binual summer day %  ami Jewish Cornwill open on MonJ at 9 a. m. at the %  n),* to Mrs. Monroe ii num. Jiti. s, which will be |h indoors and out. arid sports; music, J rig; di amatics; lore and gardening; fey, paintings and acl i\ ities; trips; [I. twice weekly. here will be festihants e ni h isizing al traditions. I is taking place now office. People will I -come Bis. Tuition is eight reek and children kir lunches, ibeis of the camp delude Mesdames nan. Jess Glance, Martin Haness, an, Frieda LustgarPesin, Leo Sheiner ernshein. JKlewisM'nriiriin.n PAGE 11 A it lines Naming jmbers hi group of home ami Beach, Judge rank, candidate for I Jch city council, the pted that one of the ant planks in his that which advo(ction of citizens of life and all sectit v lor inclusion on board and corr.mited by the city coun|ess of running the ted Frank, "that p.' is must oi ne%  I Arledge I ol our of the ^.to the council .-election of the |of these committees : the council J also trjeir duty to Ithe entire communiI j I small sector, J'e best qualified for pdyisory posts, elieve there are lit:ds of such citizens, ar.d eager to so asttncil, For my part, ted, I shall eagerly Deration of all citiwalks of life and ^ions of the city. I these appointments of paying political pill I ever be guilty {dominate any selecn ake. Whenever I or woman to give a subject. I snail trtain that he or she bntroversial fould Go To erick Urges people of Miami ffiive:: a voice in their §/ernn ent," candidate Berick emphasized i for city council. Id one of tl e major |is platform was the P 1 all major contro1 to a vote of the pi out that recently Tien all voted themm pay without first Jeople. -Such things axpayers with extra erick said. Btcd he knew of no Jto find out if certain favored by the people ting them. pcted to council June [ strongly recommend c, controversial issues to the voters." p*Cl <"S& t\*>V lit! ?ph E. Rackoraky lichigan Arenua ha mi Beach none 5-3595 loom Carpets pwel.Like Setting II RUG CO. Juth Miami Ave. Vear Under Same •nip-Management %tti To Our Subscribers .. ^a^Z^^^^^S* "I'-" tonii "*• li.'ir friend, and time only, r ,. s< ..„ ,,' r l" ,h J";;i. we have arranged for a limited •nbaerlptktnV „1 M "'J '" "' ""' *•§ %  %  v ,f U.M far each 2 rear %  *^?EESffSS2Z ** w3.ST*" r i,,,l "" ar ,av Wants to Make Hun dreds of New Friends! ^Jewish llll'iiiiijiuin BEAUTIFUL This Offer Available to Subscribers Only J-pieee JUICE SET PLUS SIX S-0Z. GLASSES AND LARGE PITCHEI IN BEAUTIFUL FOREST GREEN.


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PAGE 6 A lf^i) By HELEN ALPERT MUSIC AND ARTS: Being with a lot of talented people can tnaki for a mighty friendly evening. All you others, too, are invited to join t! e Miami Beach Music and Arts League which, by now, has much wholesome interest unto itself, At the meeting in the Saxony's King Arthur Room. Ed Mandell presented organizer Rut:: Brotman with the League's official charter and by-laws and it gave me some quiet pleasure to discover a roomful of JEWISH FLORIDIAN readers who declare this column to be almost as interesting as by-laws— Dr. Abraham Wolfson had commended me earlier on the twinkle in my eye which he says gets transferred into "Strictly Neighbors". I didn't disillusion him with the grim fact that this particular twinkle was one of apprehension. My worst fears got confirmed when I rose to talk, because by golly, it happened— I felt exactly like something running in the third race at Hialeah. trying to telescope a 3-weeks' oration on publicity into 10 minutes. I didn't make it but neither did the other nag at Hialeah) and gasped to a slop after 15 minutes. The only one in the audience who was spellbound was of course me. Actually, a fascinating program was --.rolled. Flora Previr. has a rich voice. You hear her at Temple Israel. She's a part, scholarship student of Madame Francs SebeL and SO thoi Ugh .. musical find you can't tell which part is the scholai isn t Tory Loob's cartoons were gleefullv hailed, along with his exposition of now those animated films are produced by Paramou-t's Famous Studios, which he heads Grabbing a busman's holiday from the Delano were J Lou Aoler—he leads their dinner and dar.ee orchestras Others around were the Paul Chentoffs, famed for the:.own hi nie-musicales Miss Bobbu l Agva secretary in Jerry Bakers office artist Paula Warsaw w rking up an illustrated bock or. cats ,and) therefore offered to pa:r.t nu-) Ad., Gi I better n as the poet and lyric-writer Ada Morley Emanuel E stein. Mrs Warsaw, Mrs Alexander Koean. BernHalarn i i of Washington. DC. Vivid Mrs. Maurice Man some guests Miami Music Club attended in .. delegat leu a rave enjoyed yours II BUSINESS NOTE: To Sam Jamison of the Rio and Lombary: a teevee technician, an engineer, may phone you regarding your new television indus!ry for the production of Miami-made teevee shorts SIMON SEIDEN is looking for a secretary equipped to do rapid 7h T L1" l .. !f h >' pewri,er • • • An oceanfror.t hotel has ?. cV shu,!ered having a top-notch female bookkeeper jobless. She served 11 years in her last position. PEOPLE YCU MEET: Miss Wishman To Wed Max Shlisters Sgt. Lipitz. U-M Grad \ t Beach Home Mr. and Mrs. Max Shuster are now at home at the Riviera Arms, ; 7 34 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach! after their April 20 marriage and honeymoon at the Casablanca Hotel, Miami Beach. The bride, the former Miss Irene Gale, is the daughter of Mr FRIDAY The engagement of Miss Sheila A Wishman to Sgt. Alv:n H. Lipitz has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Wish:' 1134 S, W. 9th St. Her s the n i I Mrs. George i • %  • %  .. perfect for ai -'" 'u • ell P*MMl>ty at 1 ., Iren Fourdei N %  : ngand ; PO.NCUNA BLOSSOMS. all those fabulous offer^!? y 7 She k P turnin 9 dow 1BTERESQUE: rfepner forv-us handpicked card STILL WONTTFRlvr L Ibwe delight for that double-o-chid coa^ TV ? ;v G whom Far.r.ie B:ow went to T a !" ,' cma corsage I ve been flaunting s:t Ozman Exceul't w"t,0 ^' t weU kn ? !" "islfir here. Gus. : 3* Pen,r.-ular Irsntul F di 'v /ve" '? SeSS10n at Eh Hur%  Gfibert Maxwell, wK novelf *SJijKj3 ffiSff"?* stul open buying irees Enrollments are ish^Tmr^he Aisrufsa ass*s2- *• *-. lated by Mrs. Ber jamin Sherry rfiht ^-' h COn ^ a ^ Benjamin AppeL co-chairman of' ih. %  F iV presiden and Mrs. ~. held ias^uesde/a^^^^^-^^^ whlch AM/i/s/yKOSHEK CATERE RS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets • Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 V Avenue M ^ B(j;h Phone it :? J of 58-4891 (Even Co-pfctc Sup, .; Creoer M-, V^d HJ fa,* Mrs. Max Schuster late Mr L:pitz. 643 ... T He e "e Fay Shn. and Mrs. Joseph Jarlows of 450 u Hi ,:. -..K. W. 84th St., and the bride' ^ Sh, • % %  %  now groom is the son of Mrs Rose P '' *'" *""* *1 M uni. Shuster iif the Bronx N Y nngton Dubbin of :.:.,-.. J "'' %  : :j ;,'-'-' %  %  is Mrs Shuster is a former'resi8 :n Tampa, accord !" bj rnational dent of Maplewood. N. J.. where riouncement bv th 43oth Commushe graduated from Columbia the bi %  t H e High School. Ruth Narzissenfeld Wed In Rochester '• : 5 Ruth Narzissenfeld, daughNarzissenfeld. served as u bec^s j !" in a gown of aqua satm n on May 6. cained red roses and aqua Mr! .. I and M rt $ Dti 2651 S M %  : Ave, 3 anci:.-. art Mr. nil ^daughNarzissenfeld. served as maid of San luat< : Plant High t ^carnations -MISM-S Barbara and Sheila Gisber fS DelU Tn| sin. nieces of the bridegroom. v. i re bridesmaids in pink and ^h blue nylon marquisette over !" .. v. !" ., Mr received ill matching satin. They carried codegre. : iDH lonial bouquets of roses. will be luated froatjl Donna Galkin. flower girl lune.il wore yellow organdv and carM h e ^"aduated fr ned >ellow roses. Eugene Gissin be r „] Howl was ring bearer. •... ;;. The bridegroom's oldest brothEps:l.r. Phi fraemitji ail er. Max. was best man. Ushers f ^f v D, : '• honorar? *] were Robert and Nathan Gissin. also brothers; Sam and Harvey Gissin, cousins: Jack Narzissenfeld, brother of the bride; Eugene Chertock. Richard Harris, Max Winter-man and Gerald Schollnick. The bridegroom is the son of the Garson Gissins of Rochester. i ternitv. Fancy Cutsdoej Weddings. 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Ruskin Named lIMIS lira11 Million Roar Shalom To B-G in NYC; Federation President Rall V Hears Prime Minister Laud reaerIOIl rresiaent America's Friendship To Jewish State Ruskin was elected ris Goodman, Sam Friedland. SidIt of the Greater Miami ney Lefcourt. Carl Weinkle, vice [Federation at the thirj presidents; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Innual meeting of the or secretary; Howard Kane, treason Wednesday night in : urer; Sam Blank, Moses Ginslyne Room of the Columberg, Samuel Katz, Marcie LiberHe succeeds William man, Mrs. Ben Meyers, I. L. Mintzer, Stanley C. Myers, Max OroNEW YORK CITY (AJP)—A ticker-tape reception and a million roars of "Shalom" from the world's largest Jewish city behind him, Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon began his sweep vitz, Joseph M. Rose, Herbert j through the nation this week on Seher Montei Selig Harry Sirkin, behalf of the $500,000,000 Israel Joseph R Stein and Jacob Slier. n „„. Awards were made to Mrs. \ B ond dme Glasser Ablin and Kanner "for | j outstanding service to the Jewish community." Also cited for i meritorious service was Sam Friedland, chairman of this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. Highlighting this year's meeting was a_dramatization of the | support" which "the Zionist idea enjoyed" in the United States. "We shall always remember," Ben-Gurion told the audience, "that it was America which was the first to recognize our status as a free and independent nation." followed the parade and later that evening Ben-Gurion met with top bond officials. The following evening an overflow audience, many of them lining the sidewalk unable to cram into the huge stadium, learned that advance commitments for the Israel Bond Drive in honor of Ben-Gurion amountHighlight of Ben-Gunon s stay ed to S33 0 00,000. in this the home of several milA packed-agenda brought Benlion Jews was a gigantic Madison Gurion to Philadelphia over the Square Garden rally whore 20.week-end where he presented the 000 heard the white-haired leader ^^^IWfe^S'S the long and unbroken ceremonies at Independence Hall. history of Federation, written by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Abe 1 Boxerman. The seven men who %  have served as president since the central Jewish Agency was formed participated in the skit. I They include Stanley C. Myers, Benjamin E. Bronston, Sam Blank, Monte Selig, Max Orovitz, Jacob Sher and William D. j Singer. Reports were given by George ; Chertkof, chairman of the budget : committee; Joseph M. Rose, treasurer; and Campaign Chairman Friedland Earlier Ben-Gurion met with Prof. Albert Einstein at Princeton. .Smiling broadly. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion shakes hands with towering Secretary of State Dean Acheson while exchanging greetings during the Prime Minister's official visit to the White House on his trip the United Statss. to Economist To Speak At Rally Tuesday Economic aspects of Israel today will be discussed by Robert Nathan, noted economist and author, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Tuesday night. May 122. Nathan will speak on behalf j of the nationwide drive to sell $500,000,000 in Israel Independence Issue bonds. The member of the board of governors of the American Fi' nancial and Development Corporation for Israel is chcduled to I talk at 8 p.m. Earlier he will hold a press conference at the Nautilus Hotel and be guest of honor ut a cocktail party there Admission to the speech at the Jewish Center. 17th st. and Washington ave.. is free to the genDan B. Ruskin lev, who__was elected hon%  resident. knai) of the 1950 Combined Appeal. Ruskin has long ptiv e in Federation activirs elected to Federation re re Jack Ablin, Dr. Mor|dt k rs Cancel !hnr£ Dates JNA. (JTA)—Arluro Tos|and Bruno Walter, world (inductors, are believed cancelled their engagefto conduct at the 1951 fp Music Festival because i cent anti-Jewish ex3\ police and neo-Nazis in r it was learned here. lian officials are quite conover the unfavorable reItlie incidents caused overlie head of the provincial eral public. Dr. Morris Goodman, bent. Dr. H. Klaus, told chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Asserting that Israel did not desire territorial expansion. BenGurion said "we seek only a home and dignity for th e Jewish people, an opportunity for them to Ben-Gurion To Address IMA Conclave; 23 Miamians Invited To Attend NEW YORK. (JTA)—David coast are assembling many milBen Gurion Prime Minister of lion of dollars in cash for presence State of Israel, will be the tation to Mr. Ben Gurion. it was guest of honor and principal revealed by Mr. Warburg. He renew their ancient traditions speaker at the United Jewish Ap] said that on the basis of reports and express their cultural strivpeal's extraordinary National Ac' submitted by communities, the ings." tion Conference to be held in Chi; UJA's national leadership held T ^ J o caen on Mav 26 and 27 (high hopes that the cash gift to Ben-Gurion s Madison Square. ca S on may ^ d a %  .* M B Gurion would ovation followed a public wel-I The two-day conference will e maoe io come in which the Prime Minis! serve as a national third ann.verbe one of me ter escorted by Secret Service j sary celebration of Israel s; indeP"*f*" ea agents paraded in an open car ; pendence, as a tribute by Ameridown famed Lower Broadway to i can Jewry to Mr. Ben Gurion s the tun e of five bonds and 2,000 leadership of the Jewish state, soldiers and sailors, including 200 and as an emergency effort to fi „ Hm n Dr officers and men of the visiting plan the next steps for the rescue Louis Glasser ^ R ^dm^ Dn Israel Navv i and transfer to Israel of tens of Morris Goodman. Howaid Kane, I thousands of Jews from Rumania, Aaron Kanner, Morns Klass. Sam An estimated one million specT Libya and other parts of the Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt, I. L. tators swelled the huge crowd NVor i' d Mintzer. Stanley C. Myers. Max which lined the sidewalks lead-' Determined to make the con< Orovitz. David Phillips. Dan B. ing to City Hall where Mayor feronce in Chicago th e scene of Ruskin. Herbert Scher. Jacob Vincent Impellitteri officially one of the g,. eate st tributes ever Sher. Fred K. Shochet. Joseph welcomed Ben-Gurion. paid t0 a j ew ish statesman. JewR. Stein. William D. Singer. HarA city reception and luncheon!ish communities from coast-tory Sirkin and Carl Weinkle. a leading Israeli Miamians invited to the Chicago meet are Jack A. Ablin, Sam Blank Samuel Friedland, Mrs. p.hurg council that the inhave done the province arm and will affect adattendance at the Salzfestival because many in and British tourists r lready cancelled reservathe event. Committee tor Bonds of Government, announced. Nathan predicted several years ago that the State of Israel would be able to absorb a tremendous influx of immigrants without detrimental effect on its economic structure. Todav that influx of immigrants is continuing at a rate of ncary 30,000 a month in the first few months of 1951. Israel plans to absorb some 600.000 immigrants in the next three years under its new four-point program. Nathan will explain the Psi| Collaborator Freed IS, (JTA)—A French milcourt granted amnesty to .M'dinand Celine, novelist kti-Semitic Nazi collaborating the occupation of Celine, who was sento a prison term and con-1 >n of his property in ab| tion of the bond drivejn relation is now free to return from Id to which he fled after deration. anti-Semitic ravings were to the overall campaign to raise $1,500,000,000 for Israels program The former Deputy Direcl k>red by some to be worse the U.S. Office of War MobiUzaose of Julius Streicher, tion and Reconversion is eonMas top Jew hater. Celine e red one of the worlds reading d under Otto Abetz, Nazi authorities on the industrial .ma to Vichy France, and agricultural future of the young d the extermination of state. „ „„„ nnn ,„_J Tin. entire $500,000,000 bond issue is earmarked for develop.me nt of the industrial and agricultural economies. Nathan wi point out None of the money will be used for purely philanthropic %  th iws. il Workers To Meet .ANTIC CITY, (JTA) — ian a thousand Jewish soforkers will appraise the of the national emergency >ish social welfare during 2nd annual meeting of the al Conference of Jewish Welfare opening here on [19 at the Hotel Traymore. than 500 Jewish communirill be represented. PU A P capacity attendance of 1.700 is indicated for the Jewish Center talk, one of many wh ch the Grater Miami Committee will sponsor to keep the public informed of the purpose of the bond campaign. Salute to Israel." led by Mrs. Golda Meyerson. I was termed the "Miracle of Miami" by Dr. Morris ris Goodman, chairman of the Great Last Thursday's giant bond rally, Uter of lahor. was ^ e /S^Th."iito WWsMiTtai''in the initial 10 day. .r Miami committee for Stateof I~J_~ £ !" ^ ,* nce b. for .„ estimated crowd of 2,000 -. H. local drir was sparked oy Mrs. %  %  % % % %  a %  KI— Assuoate< of the local drive was sparked at Miami Beach Auditorium.



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!AY 18. 1951 *JewistiFIrirto>n PAGE7B Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR t>pyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) 9 f ION'S VISIT: [Ben Gurion's current I United States has also ition to the forthcomnentary elections in HThe election campaign Bgo into full swing soon | Gurion's return, and %  s of his trip to this %  s well as of his talks Bigtnn — will no doubt his position Hav%  atience with his reliKners in the coalition Hen Gurion hopes that ||s now opportune for a clear majority at Th c Israel Premier ted the General Zionin his administration, w figures on having s next administration. pe still has to rely on r a majority But ing upon '..he General possible partners in I cabinet, Ben Gurion Jer] he can enlarge the ftis own Mapai Party %  country This he %  prove to the General phu were greatly entheir surprising sucmunicipal elections in / ress Bh> %  vember ... He thinks Samper for the General Hi Israel and America. Hi' that with the help Baking class settlements fd not vote in November jimmigrants, who likefoot vote, he alone is Prong man Unhis persona] prestigi Big is as high as ever ind he is still the only capable of leading a it His visit to the it. s will increase his Israel even to a great. His personal appeal igrants who have not who consider him their [will carry more weight before The recent Uic Mapam and in !he also contribute greatvote-gathering of his tty Hence his optihe can carry an out>rity in the elections is [realistic thinking. in i clu 000. wHj wf Guri ence by I the: nowl ESTIC FIGHT: is now conducting its i tor the United Jewish i %  ough a series of seven | ub meetings The; ng. at the Bryn Mawr lub, yielded $1,822,000 Plans are well unr the other six country ngs ... Up to May 1, ised more than $2,250,e big event in Chicago the end of this month, el's Premier David Ben %  dresses a U.J.A confer. This will be the affair to be addressed rion during his stay in States And it can ealed that it took plenty of effort to get th e Israeli Premier to address this UJA gathering ... Not that Ben Gurion was not willing to do it, but because the leaders of the Israeli Bond Issue driv e wanted him all to themselves After heated negotiations, a "compromise" was finally reached between the U.J.A. and the Bond .Campaign leaders which now I brings Ben Gurion to Chicago I for he U.J.A H owever, no mention of this compromise could be made until after Ben Gurion's [ S lu ad i r eS I for 1Jle Bond ksiie at the Madison Square meeting "} Now York ... And speaking of the sale of Israeli Bonds it can now also be revealed that Benjamin G. Browdv. president oi the Zionist Organization of America, signed on the doUcd line when he made a pledge to Ben Gurion some time ago that the Z.O.A. would sell SI00.000.000 worth of bonds The Israeli Premier actually insisted that Browdy make his pledge in writing—not jus'j orally Today the Z.O.A. leads in the sale of bonds, and Mr. Browdy expects that his organization will sell far mor e than the $100,000,000 which he pledged. • EXCHANGING VIEWS: About 80 American businessi men will proceed to Israel within j the next few weeks with the intention of looking into business i I opportunities there The ma1 rity of them an i of the Zionist Organiz : ..• %  oi America ... Is the Israeli press paying proper a ention to Ji life in America'.' An in esting exchange of views on this subject took pli reception given m New York by the Z.O.A. to visiting Israeli journalists I And the picture 'i.hat emerged from this informal discussion, which was held at the WaldorfI {Astoria Hotel under the chairmanship of Z.O.A. president Ben| jamin Browdy, was not very much to the credit of the press I in Israel ... It turned out that i not only is news of general Jew-1 i ish life in the United Slates prac! Ideally ignored by the Israeli I newspapers, but even news of the I activities of the Z.O.A. and other American Zionist groups do not find much space there The picture is quite different in the j American Jewish press when it comes to news from Israel | Here every detail of Israeli life finds proper reflection No wonder that Dr. Samuel Margoshes, and other speakers who participated in the discussion, ap. pealed to the visiting Israeli editI ors 'to build a "paper bridge" bej tween American Jewry and the people of Israel More atten. tion on the part of thc Israeli j newspapers to Jewish life in the U.S. may be the outcome of this useful and frank discussion. Center Women To [ Hold 1st Meeting First general membership meetjing of the newly formed WornJens Activities Group of the Miami Jewish Community Center will take place on Wednesday, I May 23 at 1:30 p.m. at the ceniter. A nominating committee will I present a slate of officers and j directors and nominations will be : permitted from the floor. This meeting is open to all women members of the center. Tfereth Israel Dance The ways and means committee of the Tfereth Israel Northside Center announced committee appointments for a dance at the Versailles Hotel. Miami Beach, on Wednesday, May 23. Chairman of the dance committee is Mrs. Eve Kaufman; ticket chairmen, Mrs. Sandra Herman and Mrs. Rosalia Hischberg; hostesses, Mrs. Florence Hollander, Miss Claire Tonik, Mrs. Lillian Laster, Mrs. Eve Kaufman and Mrs. Lillian Hochfelsen. Dance prizes and a door prize will be awarded Center Softball Teams Start Playoffs Sunday The Miami Jewish Community Center's second annual girls' softball round robin intramurals will begin at Shenandoah Park Sunday, May 20. with Tri Beta facing GYA at 10 a.m., TAO meeting Phi Sigma Tau at 11 a.m. and ALS vs. BZB at noon. The center's second annual male Softball league will also get underway that day. 52 Club Names Leaders The Women's Auxiliary of the 52 Association of Greater Miami elected Henrietta Schoenfeld president at its recent annual meetin. Others elected were Mrs. Helen Steinberg, Mrs. Pearl Hirsch and Mrs. Sarah Fagan, vice presidents; Mrs. Ann Sampson, recording secretary; Mrs. Bea Burke, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ma e Stern, financial secretary; and Mrs. Sallie Firestone, treasurer. Professor To Speak Dr. Thomas J. Wood, associate professor of government at the University of Miami, will speak on "The Need of Constitutional Revision in Florida" at the monthly meeting of the Know Your Neighbor Club on Friday, May 18. at the home of Mrs. Arthur Haag. 2988 S.W. 4th St. Board meeting is slated for 11:30. luncheon for 12:30 and regular meeting for 1. Welfare Chairman Mrs. Haag requests that each member brim; articles of clothing for children an Kendall. 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PAGE 8 A Jewish thr*ltor> FRIDAY Yonnq Adult Zionist Conclave Sot For This Weekend %  Kendall %  ation nd annual In : M by S \ '. .' I; ., %  ; | F %  %  •' Youth C ssioi guest ol R ISI nbi g tors degree fi N te for a S EduI \ rsitj He %  i B'nai Youl i tion in Philadelpl R -. ntx rg will I II Of the featured speaki. at thi i >nclave. Other highlight! thi ve will b e a bonfire S u di i! i riginal I be pre, : n sah, M aii Bi Jujfi H w -h VI Y % %  %  %  Josi Bi H %  %  I %  | an ; Cow %  '.'. given ship to B ,-ilf all • J %  I : I I Miami Beach Kiwaniars. numbering about 60. visited Miami Beach Jewish v. regular luncheon meeting last week. Their host. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. himself j] customs and conducted them on 1 1 a fifteen-minute talk on Jewish traditions and gogue. Shown in this group are (from left! Rabbi Lehrman. Rev. J. MitcheifTayioTi Souls Episcopal church: Ray Sterling, president; Hubert M. Stair.ton, Herbert GimbeU Rabbi Lehrmrn explained various religious objects and symbols used in the Jewish i eral visiting Kiwanians from other cities were present. THE CASE OF THE FUMBLING FATHERS i %  %  Youth Commission To Meet Monday Night er Mi; si N tvil] be 1 me ol Mrs HA: 193 N. 1 S A gram rust Youth Greati %  .-. guest at the ting. 1 .: an I ] Down!own (•roiiH Klein Points Out i;iMis >lr*. Nnoiin Improvements M ...'..i ip; I improvi ment ; Mrs Hyman S i e: t of the S • ted ffici \v< re : Ralph Ki iej • it vice tin, re%  rj: Mi Sam '/.< Imclude Ruth Katsil n nd vice | dent; Mrs David Greenbei nan .: -. r tary. Members of th e board include Mesdames George Bloomberg, Lou Schwai tz Sam B >tfan Mollie H • • apidly gi ecti in nf Mi Beach, Maurice "Doc" Klein told vate rally in that an a ri cently. Ir. addition to two new parks .. in the northern urea. Klein point• ed out the city has expi Lorber ChaptaJ Hold Dinner I %  i % %  : ; J n S Five O'clock { Pi cei is from %  •.vh:ch ( I iren. r. : \y t Roth, Paber .loin In Law Practice talie Simon. w il] not be i "Mj S300.000 in the section on sanitary My: on C wen, who and widening streets, curbs, gut. • Mesdotjf U rs and sidi walks Despite all the campaign ITS and false rumors, tin isible people of Miami Beach ,;\ t • 1 1 I ^--> V. n->^l^ J "• U"l-.._ J-> %  s :.i!in. All.,hels r.. Jadl %  • v. I ill • past ... I story o! ness wn %  :. tvas .. -•:.: : I %  tree) %  %  : %  irists ppened I twid%  %  prising I rd-1 •. i ... st a %  • R -. H I facilities ties* I als .. s yn %  %  an A h Qjiu N w I I if I i %  AARON COURSHON Toot Candidate for City Council Klein dels "accomlook • ; tk .1 will show that I • : done— %  %  %  • • Kli tl rm includes a lutioi : • • %  : ty, inI %  %  n : •' %  %  %  %  Warship Visit! %  %  %  il prorr.ot X Faber Burneti Roth Sholem Lodge B'nai B'nth. MiBun | M a x vi p %  Opera Guild, a memo. %  F&AM. Mianv. n th ;;• R Mahi Shrine, and ...... ..: a J-nd degrei n and F ami 7. .. • %  \ i :< rans Ameri hairman of %  %  rtroop. • • Law ind the g • a• LinREGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE si'.MMLKH DAY CAMP The Finest In Child Care—Experienced, Friendly 1 • 7 • Sp. • : %  ', %  • Craft • Lunch, tram 9, % %  :.:-4 30P> • Boys -• • %  *'"£? REGISTER NOW! 9 WEEK Oune 25-August 24) S225.0C "Miami Beach's Outstanding W* fa di ri : i 1010 WEST AVENUE. M. B. EMPIRE RATTAN •el From Bay hinv, rr „ tht* laclorv and ^ *% v W Factory 1225 N E. 2nd Arer.ue Mum 9-*427 CAMP CORAL "A 0amp of iHstinvtto* 3306 Ponce de U B ill SWIMMING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION TENNIS ARTS & CRAFTS DRAMATICS CiralG*" JEWISH BIT0 Camp Session June 18th to August Monday through Friday 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. TransporiaV Meals and Snacks Prepared bRegis'** 1 REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED. A Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Dirertor



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PAGE 2 A rJenisf tUridlinr FRIDAY MAY Florida Rabbi* to Pioneer Women Plan Hold Annual Meet Lag B'Omer Fete %  %  : Mi %  I %  • icob J. }: IB %  i [ay 2 i Hollyv n vention J -, %  J. Hoi : n I] : | 1 Kl I Oing ex] ted I I• : parl Sessloi Hoi' %  J %  • iti ts 1 K Installation Set Herb, • % %  •„.. H %  In M %  %  %  man *•:.-, • %  Club di00 : • He%  • "I be p • • %  aeh Cai es Are League Guests r.:n| %  % %  tit, %  %  %  %  :.: B J.. :e. I is, .'. %  s :. %  sh.iiM'i I 'hapter To Spat Leaders Sharet Chai B'ril %  I [ay SO. a' %  %  %  %  G .' R %  %  %  %  Capl. Lester C Soldz. right, is shown receiving the commander's gavel (or the Jewish War Veterans. Miami Beach Post 330. from the new jucge advocate. Albert E. Ossip. Both men were seated in the first joii.t installation in the post's history beB the JWV post and :ts Lac.es' Auxiliary on May 8. —Ardir live commit:..'. Max Erd-.. Harry Goldstein, Frank A. I n, Bernie Koloff, David A kin, George J. Michaels Dr. Robinson and Murray Post 330, JWV, Installs Officers Les VI : %  ". • • N 350 Lincoln R 0 d Suite 302 Phone |A Entrance on Washing,,. ^ OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FIL£ LENSES AND FRAMB DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION I LATEST STYLES l'-M Students Named T# IZFA Offices I : %  its for 1 % %  n Miss L Sisterhood Plans Dance -' %  Sisterhood Hot e 1 %  %  I • l i i %  L.. :. H :je of : the %  :: E %  H Also, t • Kleu tei Mayi : %  P R< mi .. J Dr Th I e F A Klass To Speak at National Conclave in %  1 id pi Chorus Plans Supper B Mav -50 •• •• %  Social W [far. w N J. : %  DAY WORKERS C5 „ COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL T ME IN PPIVATE HOVES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids t %  • whicl m 15 coll were Arty C then, J, en. Irving Nissm in, L Jen. Elean i G and >ie Freeman. Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N E. Ut Ave p.. No Charge t; Emc .. 9-2607 •• COULTON BROS. GARAGE U: "';; % % %  B :, ii. %  .. .. D ., S W \| taste ROKEACH BORSCHT i Safer, Surer .. Cuts Costs in Hall NYLON TENT PROCESS 40!\ World's Largest Pest Control Company2-1776 509 N. E. 13th St MIAMI 5-3521 MIAMI BEACH Jewish Funeral Services. Faithfully, we have served Ji :•• years. Reverently, and %  nd und<-: we conduct each fun. lh religious ti Sun by an atn e, each fur., ra] i nd complete funeral chapels is ular. iversidf Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS West Flaglcr 8c 20th Are. • PhoM M 66i Miami Beach .jj5? 1236 Washington Avc. Phone 5-7777 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T NEWMAN, Funeral Director ABE IKCStOCTra*"" IN NEW YORK: 76th Street and Amsterdam • < UOSC l l L BRUUKU N BRONX



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leuaskElondMiw Prominent Physicians Slated To Speak At Mount Sinai Seminar May 23-25 •LORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18. 1951 SEC. B retts Smcartt Jetvinh State ha rues of "Police KrutaUtu -A worldward trend, inflation, fallmg livr campaign against tality" in Israel was his week by a Cornrated news agency rged that Israeli polly attacked" a May stration staged by the mle, near Tel Aviv. Ispatches by Telepress, ilovakian pro-Commuservice, claimed that ice with a vicious preattack intended to halt y parade. he General Secretary iignificant Communist rael addressed "a large dc the hall," Telepress to papers throughout p "police armed with is were concentrating eots surrounding the on as the audience left g. police were ordered to prevent the formatraditiona] May Day claimed lhat "many rere injured and imBS a result of the polity. atality report was couvicious Communist atkinst the United States. I reported that the downSchool Women ittee Heads Listed 86 chairmen of the of the Miami Hebrew id Congregation have pointed by Mrs. Joseph an, who was recently president. r e Mrs. Isidor Fogel, means chairman; Mrs. :hon, assistant ways and lairman; Mrs. Murray 3aum, membership; Mrs. Becker, publicity; Mrs pril, program; Mrs. Ben refreshments; Mrs. Rosenthal, registrar. Irs Dave Meltzer, transmg standards, higher prices, absence of the most essential goods and the lack of housing in Israel —all of these. Communist speakers told the rally, "are the direct result of American infiltration and Israel's enslavement by the imperialists who need the country's people and resources to wage aggressive war." The Communist report also quoted the General Secretary of the infant Communist Party in Israel as calling for the "immediate initiative of the Israel Peace Committee in carrying out the signature campaign for the World Peace Council appeal for a peace pact among the Five Great Powers. The "peace" signature campaign has been dubbed part of the worldwide Communist propaganda offensive Home Auxiliary Holds Mother's Day Party Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for \he Aged honored women residents of the home at a Mother's Day party on Sunday, May 13, at 2:30 p.m. A feature of the afternoon was a special program by Cantor Abraham Seif and the Masada Choral Group, headed by Pauline Fried. Two nationally famous Jewish artis'1.5, Warren and Yetta Soned, made pencil and crayon sketches of the residents, and auxiliary members distributed gifts to all women present. Ben Gurion To Talk With Canadian Units NEW YORK (AJP)—A series of appointments with delegations representing Canadian Jewry and Zionism groups were edged into Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's crowded agenda this week, but the conferences will take place on American soil, not in Canada. Disclosures of scheduled meetings with Canadian officials followed reported disappointment by Canadian Zionist officials over Ben-Gurion's inability, because of a packed agenda, to spend a singl 0 day on Canadian soil. They pointed out the role played by Canadian Zionists, including a volunteer contingent which servjed in the liberation of Israel, in fostering the Jewish sttfie. Sources close to th c Prime Minister pointed out that any trip by the Israeli leader to Canada would require visir.j to several cities thus consuming a number of precious days. Ben Gurion, anxious to meet with the Canadian leaders in Jewish life, set aside time during his visits to New York, Buffalo, and Boston to confer with represen'jatives of leading groups from Canada. Delegates from the foremost Jewish communities are expected to cross the border to the United States for the conferences wi'uh Ben-Gurion. of Western Reserve, expert on surgery of the heait, and teru s. THIS IS YOUR INVITATION TO HEAR ROBERT NATHAN Noted Economist and Author Young Adults Schedule Bonfire For Sunday Night The Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center will hold a bonfire at Blue Waters, Sunday. May 20. Cars will leave the center at 8:30 p.m. A meeting of the league is scheduled for Monday, May 21, at 8:45 p.m. Dr. Michelson will l: Mrs. Max Heiken, hosbe guest speaker. Mrs. Michael Fiedler, project; Mrs. Jacob Naterfaith; Mrs. Tobie Molar Mitzvah: Mrs. Na'i. Bir Mitzvah breakfast; n Kleber, helping hand; Fbert Feldan, decorations; puel Kelner, sergeant-at. Irving Sirkin, sunS, Gabriel Perlman. Ii> Mrs. Helen Waranch cca Becker, hostess. TAO Canasta Party Tau Alpha Omega, girls' club of the Miami Jewish Community Center, will hold a canasta party on Sunday, May 20, at 2:30 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 1608 S.W. 27th i Ave. Working on arrangements for i the affair are Gerri Frisch, reI freshments; Bobbie Avick, tickets' Arita Brenner, gifts; and Wilma Ganz, publicity. Flora Seltman is president of the club, which meets every Thursday night at the Center. | The workings of the human Beck brain will be disussed as part jof the first annual medical sem, |inar to be conducted by Mount Dr John (jofman University ot Sinai Hospital on May 23, 24 and California, who will talk on the 25 in the Sorrento Ho..l, Miami causes of hardening of the arBeach. Renowned physicians and surgeons from all parts of the United States will travel here at that time to lec.ure also on new discoveries in diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Dr. Milton Saslaw, chairman of the seminar, said that studies of the brain have lagged behind | medical advances in other fields. "No doubt, the great complexity of this organ is one reason for the slowness in revealing its secrets. Another is its inaccessibility— protected by nature by the armour of the bony cranium". Recently, he said, a new method of studying the workings -of the brain has been under way in this area as well as other medical centers. This method involves measuring the amount of blood that flows through ..!ie brain as well as the amount of oxygen and sugar used by the brain at different times, he explained. "This data maty shed light on the reasons for strokes and blood clo ; on the brain and indicate possible treatment. Already these tests make it possible to distinguish between different types of j mental disorders," he added. Athe seminar, Dr. Seymour i j Kety, professor of clinical physi, jology. Graduate School of MediI jCine, University of Pennsylvania, j will talk on cerebral circulation. Dr, Peretz Scheinberg, of Miami. ; 1 also will present a demonstration of new methods of studying the i blood supply of the brain. O'.her prominent physicians I who will address the Mount Sinai seminar include Dr. Claude S Beach B'nai B'rith Resumes Luncheons Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith has resumed its weekly luncheons at Mei Yin Restaurant, Miami Beach, according to ar. announcement by President Samuel W. Shapiro. Luncheon chairman. Dr. Wilbur Wisrner, stated that civic leaders will address the group each Tuesday at 12:15 on subjects of current interest. DISCUSS THE ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF ISRAEL TODAY At The MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 17th St. and Washington Ave. Admission Free Tuesday, May 22 At 8 P. M. Auspices Greater Miami Committee For Bonds of Israel Government Sfr&tJ&tf g.fGf.r'?* That Wonderful I bb Blaustein, industrialist of Bore and president of the (can Jewish Committee for bast two years, has been led the Gottheil Medal of eta Beta Tau fraternity "for knding service to Jewry in The medal was established f-ta Beta Tau in 1925 to honfounder and first president fraternity. Dr. Richard J. Dttheil, head of the Deparlof Semitics and Oriental es of Columbia University. /ear's recipient of the medal iernard Baruch. Other recipin previous years included dent Franklin Delano RooseJudge Julian Mack, Rev. Haynes Holmes, Brig. Gen. I Sarnoff, Judge Joseph M. kauer. Dorothy Thompson, Herbert H. Lehman, Felix /arburg and Julius Rosenf Judge Proskauer and Mr. Ich have been the only mem[ of Z.B.T. to receive the b. And, at the same time...enjoy rich, creamy, wholesome goodness and old fashioned, down-on-the-farm, country milk j flavor! 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FAGE 8 B +Je*istnvrld**n Parties iu.-isio make on Ben £. U ,l raft I he P resldont answered that he was gcing to aHh£d Z o GuMOn n u! he F resident ignored that completely. President Truman a'most shouted that he would carry on anv conversation with Ber. Gurion and not with the press Y Cordial Reception foreign affairs leaders, andTether "Hders w! !" .'* nd H ? USe the Blair House to lunch The Pre^rf.nt summoned to Israel President Chaim Weiimlnn Proposed a toast to ing it made BnG^X !" ^^^ *., so movtroubled ^^tSy^i^i^r^^r 7 r ce the Minister Ben Gurion', rec !" \& v Led ?* Arabs Prime cates that Washington officialdom' at a TL.lY el 0,pect indi vinced of the desirability of a Jewish nation *' S rCal y COn J...S reporter wa n i ntlv > w '1 wasn't the column wilier • %  • %  pr.eS: ^Jssp^^uufs 0 a r nd %  — *• haps there were no Jewish Hags in stock p' un! Percause Ben Gurion did not come a an o ,Ll P$ U Was be Government. The Department sent only BC LlT\ 01 ,he U S cials to ihe airport to greet Ben Gurion JhllS l minor oIf 'and Secretary McGhee. who was sch-duTeH ** a ,Ved Assistwas occuoied with other business Hn^f 9reel ,he Isr li. these facts might stimulate coutd h. .Z'.lVj, a n speculation \\ to I V :l • • %  who ac• Hi. : ^opento n th 0 em. 0f T? GRADE "A" PRODUCTS IJ<||43 cati MILK CREAM ICE CREAM Jr, Po MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM is CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D"Mi| PHONE 5-5537 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 3 wh B ha s mei pru 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. Get EXTRA |! interest on your surplus funds I INTEREST ^^ on Savings'Compounded Twice a Ytf W Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurjjj / (\ Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to $10.0"' V, INDUSTRIAL as T;'^ u s ,,,, s ,,,„ ;; j 'Jm teonord L Abe. Pre.ideol 4* W. FtAGUR ft i. COURT HOUSl MIAMI lAtOIST SAVINGS %  10. rTStMl



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MAY 18. 1951 *HM^ BsdsMsp. PAGE 3 B ters To The Edit or hordian ur: ir last issue, Harry Si[repeats a charge against Zionist Council that he ce before concerning the of funds raised at a rally ^ring of 1948. This charge vered in your issue of 1948. by the impeccable Goodman, who at that both chairman of the jibined Jewish Appeal frman of the 1948 special he State of Israel Camwas a serious breach kalistic honor tantamount fnesty — and that's putlildly—for Simonhoff to ely ignore Abraham „ answer to his charge. • excerpts from Abraham I'S article. I got back from New ; Saturday and read Har. of the day before my lessure went up to unpreheights. I felt that this Irry succeeded in doing irllc harm to a project and riiiiuils that have received prved plaudits and admir. every impartial person, article Harry has brushed J restraints of decency and lid for truth in order to spleen and bitterness, ubtedly springs from -r.l motivations which to do with the mer" %  -::cularly disturbed by ittack on the American Emergency Council Chapthe Greater Miami Area en* ti improper handling of raised by it. In a moment prove how unwarranted lt;.>k is and let the facts for themselves but why h lie at least h*ve waited jrthor day instead of at this 'hen we are in the midst osl difficult campaign for ^nibined Jewish Appeal to poison. suspicion and %  > the minds of the %  or unwilling contribI chairman of the 1948 spe. ive the State of Israel I hereby declare that iy of the $13,000 that r. I in the rally at Bay P rk, in which Senator |r participated, was receivme and turned over to the the State of Israel Fund." Uonist Emergency Council Miami, under whose s that rally was conductI even deduct the exI I ir same. It is true that rally that preceded it sevlw eks before at Flamingo under the same auspices, a sum of about $18,000 was raised in response to an appeal by Dr. David Andron, 'for th e Battle of Israel on all its fronts, the military, the political, and the established fund-raising projects' This money was divided into "three parts—for the Haganah, Jewish National Fund, and the Greater Miami Emergency Council. Simonhoff should have'known that at that moment the "Save the State of Israel Campaign" had not been launched; that it was the Jewish National Fund which was advancing heavy millions to the Haganah from its exchequers in Israel to fight the war. The Jewish National Fund was feeding the soldiers and providing land for military outposts in all the far-flung parts of the Negev, the Gallilee, etc. It was easy to send money through the Jewish National Fund and difficult to get it there through the Haganah for obvious reasons and this matter of bookkeeping in Israel was a life-saver for its people, its soldiers, the protection of the country from conquest, and the Jewish National Fund was itself involved in preserving its land holdings. "Mr. Simonhoff must use SAICHEL and adhere to the warning of our teachers, 'Chachomim Hiz Haru Bedivraichem'. Wise men, beware of your words and please consult those who know authoritative facts before making public utterances. Abraham Goodman" With no peace with the Arabs in sight, with skirmishes and battles still taking place, with Arab countries still clamouring for another military round, and with the members of the Arab League and their military staffs meeting at special session this very moment in Cairo for the specific purpose of joint war against Israel, the Jewish National Fund may again >'called upon to repeat its role in the War for Independence. Yours very truly I. R. GOODMAX Chairman Zionist C mncil of South Florida Such reckless abuse of an out( standing fellow Jew, with a record of loyal Jewishness, fearless, outspoken convictions and intellectual honesty should not go unchallenged. Our city is proud of Mr. Simonhoff and his services to us as Jews. I recall ano' her occasion when, at a round table discussion at the Miami Beach Y, another enthusiastic Yiddishist also flung a bitter bombast against some uncomplimentary remark made by Mr. Simonhoff abou'u the chances of the perpetuation of the Yid[ dish language. The defender of Yiddish sprang from the speakers table in a rage and ran off. Of course he was persuaded by his friends to return, and when his turn to speak came, he labelled Mr. Simonhoff an undertaker instead of the scholar, attorney, and foremost community worker that he is. You may remember that when Mr. Simonhoffs first article appeared in your paper, I congratulated you on securing him as a contributor. I still maintain that his column is a fine addition 1 rich in content, education value and interestingly informative. It's "Tops". Very cordially yours, (Mrs. Moses) Rebecca Krieger official statistics of Soviet publications, and eye-witness stories of escapees. All of these combined forces prove without doubt the crime of genocide commilVed against the Jews. This material was recently presented to Mr. Egon Schwelbe, director of the Human Rights Division of the U.N. by a special delegation of the JLC consis'.ing of Adolph Held, its president, Joseph Baskin, general secretary of the Workmen's Circle. David Dubinsky. president of the International Garment Workers Union (A.F. of L.). and Jacob Potofsky, president, Amalgama ed Clothing Workers Union (C.I.O.), requesting an inquiry into and the redress of the cultural and spiritual genocide, systematically pursued against the Jewish people by the Soviet Union wi .hin its borders and which is inexorably extended to the entire sphere of influence Editor, The Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: One of the great achievements of the United Nations was the declaration of the Genocide Convention branding genocide, the physical or spiritual extermination of a people as an international crime. For, in essence, the spiritual annihilation of a nation is not less a catastrophe than the physical one—cultural oppression finally brings physical subjugation. Over two years ago the Jewish Labor Committee made public documents pertaining to the woeful condition of Jews in the satellite countries of the Soviet n. This year, at its annual rence i'> A lantic City, the JLC again presented authentic niaterial about the condition of !t' Jews behind thi Curtain, material based on re[ corres] md< nts, radio I from U.S.S.R.. where its regime exercises domination. Tlic memyandum presented briefly contained the following charges: In Soviet Russia today there arc only a few shreds of Jewish cultural and spiritual life remaining. In the other countries under its domination, the process is rapidly approaching a similar stage. All Jewish institutions— schools, literature, press, then re, publishing houses, community and charity organizations, synagogues and religious observances, the Yiddish and Hebrew languges—the whole pattern of a once vibrant and creative culture, are rapidly approaching final obi..oration. According to the Soviet census of 1939 and with the incorporation of the Baltic countries, Bessarabia, Eastern Poland, and Lithuania, there were in 1941 a Continued on 18B WORLD'S LARGEST CREAMERY SWEET BUTTER — ; to i6i \& A^@|d BUTTER... DISTRIBUTED BY Edith, The Jewish Floridian j Dear Sir: It's been a ; mg time since my named graced (") the panes ot your valu d publication, hut a rather insulting li i.'.er in today's issue, by an enthusii stic Yiddishist. prompts me to "take my pi n in hand" and proti ist Mr. | L LaSBVin'S rather crude eh hurled at our mu ua] friend, Mr. Simonhoff. merely because he expressed his views on Yiddish and its chances of survival. S. J. 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PAGE 12 B k nltt nor*fl&0 .JTUDAY, MAY Carries On: She Wanted To Sell Bonds For Israel NEW YORK (AJP)—The lit-, And the husband who "would 11c woman edged her way have wanted it.that way wasithe throueh the lengthv lu.es which late Daniel Fnsch, president oi formed this week at the national the Zioms I zation ol Amei headquarters of the Zioms.. Orica. ganization of America to pur| Teen-Age Council Plans Last Meeting A "potluck" supper at the home of Lila Pearl. 1823 S. W. Nth Terr., will mark the end <>l the school season for Ithe TeenAge Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center. The supper meeting is slated for Monday. May 21. at 6 p. m. It is the last meeting at which Morris Lcviti. will preside Wh le the council plans to fun throughout the summer to plan teen-age activities, Mori:.-; will begin his freshman year at the University of Florida. A coordinating and planning group made of representath 11 teen-age clubs, the council this has had .. varied program [I %  nsi red Tuesday dances .>: the center; planned functions around the ish holidays; community d nd functi ftball leag %  nishin inge for teei .... | ,. >ials and is jointly spons u ing .. i ith the ti : the i V. Clubs making up the council are ALS I' : tei of H'nai B'rith G AZA Chap T 322. Belli El Seniors of Young Judaea; BZB ipter of BBG; Girls Youth V tion Hillel AZA; Hillel BBG: Phi Sigma Tau; Sigma Kh I AZA 517; Tau Alpha Omega and Tri Beta. Its offici n addition to Levitt, are Sue Nelson, vice president; Sandra Bloom, recording y; Joanne Hablow, • resp m ling secretary; Burto n treasurer; and Lila Pearl, sergeant-at-arms. Slowly she made her way to the desk where a swamped clerical staff worked feverishly to keep pace with a growing line of purchasers. "Do you need any help?" the woman asked one of the secretaries. She was informed tha't the employment office was located downtown. Try there, the woman was told. "But I want to help without charge." she coun 'red. "I can do clerical work—and besides my husband would have wanted >t that way." The Startled secretary called ide an aide A hurried conferi nee took place and the was given a small desk and permitted to pi;h in and sell bonds h will help buil<] Isi ael Early the following morning the woman was back lesk in. Shi irei ishly %  iut the nand into thi late i vei ii As iuietly pr< pan d slip away, a ffii nonyn IUS volunti She wa.Mr> Tillie I' : isch. Debate Finalists To Be Selected Finalists in the high contest -: : I Sh Lodge, B'na: B'rith, will be • • wing four daj limin..">• di ba s at the Univer .• was anni un %  B 1 C. FulWinning affirmal i\ nd negative I %  schedule I to c imat 3 p.m.. Saturday, May 19. on m WGBS. The : illowing judj been i i • %  in will : %  J hn Hi :. .: • I'Q linn Silvi ; H %  '. I : %  :.. D.C phii Subjed Resoh I the Noi • unist Nati m Sh .. : K >rm A New Inten tion". JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor -M G T U O Smokoil Fisli Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA Ifew Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE Don't take pur word for it • • about G-E Refrigerators! Yes ask trie people you know who own G-E Rs? ttors! They'll tell you how wonderful ai .: %  :. %  &r* I hen drop in today and sec our new Oil L> L mode* '••' always bo glad you bought a G-L! SPACE! 25% to 50% more food-storagJ p"M| older refrigerators occupying the same Dool spacel FEATURES! As only General Electric can maid* DEPENDABILITY! More than 2.700,0000*1 frigerators in use 10 years or longer! tIM AND iPCIPICATIONt §UJICT lOCHAMI "I SEE OUR NEW G-E REFRIGERATORS TODAY! EASY PAYMENTS! 1200 CORAL WAV utnitute Commnf Authorized Dealer GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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PAGE 2 B Jewisj nor Minn Pulitzer Winner Chooses Baruch As Next Subject WEST NEWBURY, MASS A JP lernard f, :11 IT the sub ~ kite.-! work, the Pulitizi r Pi izt winnei %  Miss Coit, w h i n th mosl liti raphy of John C ly begun wi i led Ba i test mind lo en' of South Cai olin Ha I kin %  o S|r;ik At Workshop In Iampa JIJIV z:\ Giiin: : .1. Balkin, Florida Defamation League ~.: L'I Tampa on \v, PL,:;:. the Qni\ ..... nd the Fl API. (tffi • ishop will inelud : ..mi I | %  ... pi • Ps in I initj j w : of Tam| r FRIDAY MAY KondSalesFirst,! B ach Z ionS "'Minim ^Xt .,..,,' l t* P ri %  with I i %  i are I man tnour B ]. for the a > R"2 Sussman !' 8 :. • an I Liebl ~ Sale thr Zi mil Ofl 1! 206 J J Gables (enter To Present 2nd Play Sinei Brei tar ted ': touring t nd Toi t u'r ned 1 • theatre Part porl %  : %  Greei Afti :... : Miai Breni M Civic Theatre Grou] such pro.' %  tit Jazz S :.er. A: •.-... %  ..-, ;.,;. :; f ,. ns. Bub Theatre and i f Steel" M : ( '36 Tl June -. 3. and 4tl B X Th< it • :. •:.. \ r th %  • %  ough tii k • man, Mrs Fran E Newly installed officers of the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami are from the left, first row: Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, program co-chairman %  Mrs. Joseph Duntov. co-chairman: Mrs. Milton Sirkin, treasurer. Second row: Ted Ne'.son, recording secretary; Robert Strassburg. executive secretary: Car.tor Samuel Kelemer, outgoing chairman; Judge Kenneth Oka. co-chairman; Joseph Duntov, program co-chairman. Eliminations Conducted In Elks Essay Contest Judge H Dan •'"• %  • : Elks Nat S eight the country. %  • i I will t to D tona Bi h during May 26-29 %  %  f the Flor%  %  Elks Ass H iation •• I I in that %  .vide eliminations will take • thai • The conti ng democ%  winner will be ann tunced during thp convent: in in DayBeach. worth S5.000 io to four boys and four Tamara Chapter To Hear Dr. Hlumenthal : M :.: iy 22, at 8 30 p Cron v i:: H >t< i. Mi %  • % % %  'ordii to : ince• : Mrs A I. iuis Me* I "•• % %  president. G II st speaker will be Dr. Seyir M. Blumenthal, consult Dr. Blumenthal will present and discuss the new• • %  mental health film. "Angry the story of a child with many emotional problems and how they were handled with proper prof* ssi ma] help. MIAMI SOIL CO Wholesa!t tt Retail Hough or Wig Grade A. & Bulldoziat Hourly or C#,| Phone OS! LANDSCAPING OURSFfOH EDWARD ALPEE1 1813 S. W. 21st Term ALL WORK GUARJUtl HEAR YE OLDE SAGE W4|AM, Sunday. 10:10 A.M, Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-Presideot Movies, Games Will Spark Lodge Social Movii %  nt will hi ship .-•. %  i pi" • %  L dg. B'n on Tuesday evening, Ma> 29 i .S : r< nt i H itel Accord to !%  wis Sternshein, new % %  enrolled at the annual affair will be named -The Frank Kleinl Class, in honor of the last pri dent of the Florida State Fed. lion of B'nai B'rith Lodgi Judge living Cypen of Miami B-ach will be speaker of the .veiling. The program is under the direction of Alvin Budner. Dr Lester Gordon and A Budd Cutler. Melvin Morris and Ernest Harris will assist with entertainment arrangements, houn." G ORDON HOOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Neva you. rof rapalrtd now; you will ..v. on a ,M W foo, gj,* u "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Mon" 414 W. 22nd Av.nu. PHONE 4 MM I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 Sur m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Products" D*cro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Crook SHAVUOTH is known as HAG HABIKKURIM ... The Festival ol 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 %  V K' D V K SHER MEAT lbs. Fr Jzen Meat t lbs. Canned Meat \\ b % Koth "Salami h' £?"" ? u, ter (Unsalted) h' *?V£-' Quality 2 h. K 2 ,her Pressed Cheese > ?K Evaporated Milk %  lb £'**' A Whole Powder 11.50 Egg 1 lb. Corn Starch 1 lb. Marmalade l lb. Chocolate in Bars i'i lbs. Applesauce 6 ozs (1 pkg.) Prepared Pudding Mix 4 -J ozs. ((2 pkgs.) Kosher Chicken or Vegetable Soup Mix I* ozs. (i bar) Toilet Soap For Additional Inform.* Call 58-4643 Miami Beach Zionist DW 1 Room 206 235 Li^B* THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIT2235 S. W. 8th STREET N "RSSB^ FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Opon From 12 Noon MRS. MARIA FREYER Own., m, E T^? !" ,^ HE0NS AND PRIVATE ^T'ES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA "DELUXE" PACKAGE Over 31 Pounds Net 21J^ i 1 8 £ iSr-•.-,:" w "o'e Egg Powder 7 ?*• Gran "l*ted Suoar b Corn Star cn aUflir %  p. Marmalade 1 b. Long.Grain Ri ce 2 'bs. Evaporated Milk 1 7/1 lbs Poachos, Fruit Cocktail .._ (a vilble) .h ^ ChocoUto Bars h tk ( „ ." ] "•'"•• 'n Sauce 12 ... (2 ,. t "'S. ) *• %  <"•••• in Oil >z ois (J pkgo.) Prepared Pudding Mix 4 ozs (2 pkg,.) Ko.h.r Chicken o* (1 tin) Black Pepper 5 lA"n <2 k b r > Toilet Soap 5 ozs. ,1 pkfl ., vory 6oap F ^ kel How To rd* Mail Check or M"*^ with v our name and a*** and addr*' and name person to receipt ... or )i't sff y of Iarael's needy. pacW iordoDal>* This ad published by the Miami Beach Zionist District in coopera tion with loyal supporters of the Zionist movement.



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IAY 18, 1951 vJenisti FtcrBdfan PAGE 5 B jably Exists' b's Negev. st Reports JGTON (AJP3— Fincl|o prominent American ndicate that precious "probably do exist" nnu -barren Negcv d< >In^ American column is' lliis week. klogists. Max Ball and Jail, have earned on Bis in the area, colum"pearson revealed. Pear( made mention of the of oil deposits in Is|g a recent nation-wide further by the Ameriph Press. Pearson said (the Balls) have deter\m the geological condithat such oil deposits Dlogists's findings are to be published shortly jntific report, Pearson in Unveiling Hication of a monument ftmory of the late Charles formerly of 331 N.E. |et, will take place Sun20 at 11 a.m. at Mt. jnetery with Rabbi Mur|er officiating. Mr. Feldirvived by his wife, Gerdaughter, Miriam; a son, lso two sisters and one Arrangements are in ^ Palmer's Miami Mununpany. Friends and relaa~ked to attend. Obituaries HARRIS LEVESON %  I. "f i 120 Mai -• Ilex l ••. i\... awaj early Bundaj morning li .n ea Ins if, I -,,, ,| ., .,„, %  '' • "'" %  daughter, Mrs. Miiin chelli : one i.i ol hi :. Louli \\ '!'• rean :.. !: %  •. ru,. Beai h KIk \.. I6i i hi III hap I ..i Mini I I: h R followlm K'hlcl Hi. i ..i,i,. 0 'I of Honor t-omlurti il J pa* II.II M \. i I I', in in Ik. Hi w Vork ABE IIIAI.OI.EXKI !' %  I.en .\ vvi nue, i..'-.loi Springs on thi MI is .. f rlim ^ .HI l leavi his u. i. Andre s.: Twi • i rod and Mrs. Mann ol N'I Vork City. Itahbl |rvLehrman conducted xervli In ni I'., .i. li Riverside; Interim d In Mi Sinai. MRS SADIR ROSENKELD 87, "f 1641 Jefferson Avenue, who came here from Atlanta n years ago passed away Mas 8th. Her hu Simon, survives, The body wan -• nl to Mrs. Rosenfeld'e birthplace, Goldsboro, N'i". for services and Interment by Miami llcach Riverside. MRS. LENA SMITH 74. of S420 Collins Avenue, passed away May 8th. She came here from i-w fork City IG years ago and leaves her two daughters, Mrs. Annie Satin, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Esther Zlchermttn, New fork City: also four Bons, William, of l-'i. Win. Smith, Ft. Wayne. Indiana, Sam, Louis and Ben, New fork City. Services were held in Miami Beach Riverside. Unveiling ition of a monument to lory of the late Benjavin'e, 2300 S. W. 19th ho passed away May 21. ill take place on Sunday. at 11:30 a. m. at Mt. %  etery, with Kabbi Muruicr officiating. Mr. Lejivivcd by his wife, Syldaughters, Rosalyn and Relatives and friends Jd to be present. Galbut Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of 'die late Abraham (AD Galbut. known as "'The Mayor of South Beach," will take place Sunday, May 20. at 1 p. m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Galbut is survived by his wife, Bessie; two sons. Paul and Hyman; a daughter, Miriam, and seven grandchildren, lie was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation, treasurer of B. P. O. Elks Lodge of Miami Beach, member of Knights of Pythias. American Legion. Jewish War Veterans, and other charitable and philanthropic organizations. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Literature Awards Made By Book Council NEW YORK — Three poetry awards and one [or a book of fie| tion were made by the National Welfare Board-sponsored : k Council of Ami i ica at its annual %  | May um. Judah Stami : a S100 prize .:. m Hi s in English. A $100 aw. Hebn j went to Aaron '/.< itlin foi his "Sherim L" Peomot", and on for the same amount was given to Ber Lappin foi his volume of Yiddish poetry, Dor Fuller Krug." Soma Morgenstern won the fictition award of $250 for "The Testament of the Lost Son." The Harry Kovner poetry awards were set up in memory of the late Harry Kovner. a former resident of Miami and father of Walter Kovner, Miami Beach attorney. They are granted bycouncil for works of poetry in English. Hebrew and Yiddish— of Jewish interest and literary merit. The Samuel H. Daroff fiction award is made possible through funds furnished by the Philadelphia philanthropist and civic leader. Samuel H. Dai oft. who is a member of JWB's executive committee. Bernard and Milton Kovner, sons of Harry Kovner, presented the poetry prizes. The fiction award was pres by Mr Daroff. Party For Candidates igiven by the Miami Beach ResiAll Miami Beach candidates dential Owners Association at for council have been invited to) 2692 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. attend a "Garden Party" to be Sunday. May 20 from 3 to "> p.m. ri K'rith Charters ioavh tar ransport Miamians To Meet livate coach car has been red to accommodate the nth delegates from the lorida area to the DiaJubilee, 75th District j Lodge convention. May I in Columbia. S.C.. it has ninounced by B'nai B'rith pi director, Charles R. Jaand women from more line li dges and a d zen chapters a: e expected to up the record delegation {the Greater Miami area, feon stated. Reservations for Invate car. via Seaboard NDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN BREW MONUMENTS 759 FLAGLER ST. Airline R.R. may be made by calling the B'nai B'rith Council offices at its new number, 82-0996. The men's groups will be headed by E. Albert Pallot, recently elected State Federation president, and Mrs Tena Katz, Women's Council president. H2 Association Elects Leaders The Women's Auxiliary of the 52 Association of Greater Miami has elected Mrs. Henrietta Schoenfeld president. 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PAGE 4 A %  ^ %  m -JenisWcrldNnr FRIDAY EDITORIAL An Historic Week The past week, though marred by fighting with the Syrian invaders, has been a most glorious cue in the history of Israel. On the one hand the young state celebrated the third a versary of its independence amidst, what was reported, a spirit of festivity and deter:::.:: and, on the other, it witnessed a spectacle or the American scene that was as encoui it was sincere. Penetrating Be:-. Gurion, dynamic Pi Israel, is not a stranger to our shores. H.:. lived in the United States for some years he a profound understa : the American pie. highest regard for its d< and almost worshipful adoration ol its pion 5ni 3 every field of hum. It was no .-.ccident that the :.:uttered when arriving in Washington the parallel berw I g pioneering spirit oi two countries Israel and the United States, Yet ever, such a keen observer as he must wail foi a more propitious and calmer moment before essaying and evaluating the full significance of the honor that has been poured upon him and his rour.try during his visit to official Washin and his triumphant conquest oi the world's largest and most cosmopolitan city—New York. Mr. Ben Gurion s triumphal entry on the American scene coincided with Israel's" celebration of its Independence Dav and with the launchina of its S500 000.000 bond drive in the United States. The genuine warmth and enthusiasm with which the Premiei c: brae] was met wherever he made a pur'..-appearance is a gratifying assurance that the young state oi Israel has ingratiated itself in the heart ol the largest single Jewish commit: ty in Ih eworld and in the hearts of the American people who recognize in Israel cne of the t: ';t and genuine forces tor democracy in the The :mpressior. the Israel'Premier made upon will linger long after his dewe a:e conv i th : hive he States will end in : one of nomic inde:e. "I Am An American Khii/" LET US HEED THE CALL— • c iav 11 is • %  %  • 194! I Ax An AJ and principles for which he has been fighting all his life. In this year's proclamation, the President expressed his great concern for equal opportunities for all who reside in this great country of cars regardless of color, creed or national origin. He also emphasized the importance of the preservation of individual liberty and justice for all. Especially precious are the rights and privileges of American citizenship to those of us who have suffered oppression abrcad, or whose im:ate forebears never enjoyed the reai freeguaranteed by true democracy. In these trying times W€ must be particularly Ifast in our support of democratic ideals beIhus can we be an inspiring example the world and a guarantee to the that eventually freedom prevail. %  : we cent:::--:-.crate "I Art An and that by cur devotion 1 : of life we can succeed I rosperity and happile of the United State's bu rid Kiiai It rith To Prctoiil Hays To l JO \ 4 w Ameriran Citizens I rcciloiii House Prosents Plav Ke-Attirmina A iireat Partnership In a fitting climax to his visit H. ister David Ben-Gurion on Sunday & end his American tour with n m '^ 8 .1 Chicago at the National Actin ffi 1 d N United Jewish Appeal. Lonie! ^ With more than 1.000 leaders of i in attendance, the Conference will M cate anew the efforts of Arr.ei can '!*" t o half of Israel, and will mo fe day with the presentation :':~\ an unprecedented sum of cash major installment on this ye .. ,, ::**£l paign. ••"-;: %  In addition, the Conference will hall-way point in this yec: 7^ peal campaign and will seek to nan?' steps by American Jewry : fer to Israel of many tens o: t-ousandTSfrom Eastern European and Moslem land, iappropriate that the Prime M-iister dSL, 1 both the guest of honor at this Cor£ e ?' witness to the continuing vitality an( j cf the United Jewish Appeal. The UJA, both before and after the ment of the Jewish State, has played a in every effort to further the settlement ing and development of what was kit St ish community of Palestine, and is today fed and independent State of Israel Total d United Jewish Appeal continues to holddhJ part of the center of the staae not merely ~*Z\ ing possible the immigration and mass aWl tion of thousands of homeless Jews bu-&I viding for programs of major charade: 0 "ial the State of Israel economical secure ] It is of especial importance'a: this tmetoj call that the more than 1,200 representedjl the overwhelming body of American Jewry ijl met in Washington. D. C, las: October fail National Planning Conference that adopeil now famous three-year, billion dollar aid | gram for Israel assigned not only a major n| to the United Jewish Appeal but stressed aM clearest terms "the primacy of the UJA i: i efforts to help solve Israei ...... afc It is gratifying to see the;' the United Jew* Appeal continues at a vigorous and effects! pace, and that in this resrx:err.::.: -at others, the UJA continues to ei : the ::jr.eri assigned to it. Mr. Ben Gurion and the moi ml JtBJeiil community leaders who v.... letberatlij Palmer House in Chicagc will thus join hands to re-a: -r.:!cej| standing partnership—a part note is "action" and whose :. ectivesaeM nthering of the homele=. of Israels ability to re: em, ItVacli W onion To Beth El School %  %  I l i i ior Powell Ma > : ••: :.ooo Flagier-Granada Group Will See Ccr.cer Film To Hold (Graduation Exercises Sunday I : • 8 ;. Fred • lid a p torian



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MAY 1 8. 1951 %  >. *JenisiifkrtdNa,n PAGE 3 A [7/ Say... would have been a Jewish State long ago tli, unfortunate rigidity of Orthodox Juclapnluiy after century Jews were massacred, locked in Ghettos, denied civil, economic and Skills. Yet Orthodoxy clung with obdurate to the tenet that no collective solution must kpted until the Messiah comes along ambling n k, \ This doctrine has been responsible for |th oi millions, besides unnecessary suffering lol.l misery. As if the Jewish State were an tli.it would prevent a Redeemer from ushere era of peace and universal brotherhood. M as therefore inevitable for religionists to rele newly launched Zionist movement with ening hostility. But all Orthodox leaders 3t obtuse. Rabbi Isaac Jacob Reines of Lida iuania immediately perceived that Zionism >ne of the false Messianic movements of the ior was Theodor Herzl a Sabbatai Zevi. was something myopic about the refusal to Irt in the rescue of Jews from Czarist bond, to rebuild Eretz Israel. It is true that Zionre not distinguished for piety; but why not pn and bring to bear the influence of traJudaism upon Zionism. Thus under the ..ip of the devout Rabbi Reines and other ened spirits, the Mizrachi was organized under _Sthead: The Land of Israel, for the people of [on the basis of the Torah of Israel. \CHI [izrachi developed its own international oryet at all times remaining a constituent |r of the World Zionist Organization. It built vn school system in Palestine; it organized zim and Moshavim; it collected funds for its *anci n l agencies; yet it was represented on the of hp JNF and the Keren Hayesod. Mizrachi lond lob in Palestine; at the same time in( me prestige and influence of Orthodoxy Duul ihe Galut. IS ISRAEL Orthodox standpatters followed a different Those who would not join Mizrachi founded W Arrested Jluinania |DON. (JT A)—Arrests of Rumania on charges of racy and anti-Communism jintinuing, it was reported ii s week from Istanbul on sis of information received Rumanian Liberation Cornthere. The committee rethat Jews in Rumania had %  en permitted to produce s for Passover. of the Rumanian Jews 1, the report said, are j. Other Zionist leaders I en under arrest for many without having been the committee said. The Bttee also reported that anti|unists in Rumania blame ws for the present internal lties in that country and has been a resultant in. in anti-Semitism. Despite Stained anti-Zionist propaA program, the committee [the majority of the 300.000 in Rumania wish to emito Israel. •s. Appelbaum [ 31 ay Queen Is. Bernard Appelbaum, i-epptative of the Young Weds eth David, was selected May at the spring dance sponby the Flagler-Granada _sh Community Center at the Iblanca Hotel Saturday night. le was presented with a silI loving cup by Harold Sha, Miami Beach attorney, a plete wardrobe and a weekat the Casablanca Hotel. feila Gross of the Miami Beach pok second place, with Gloria Itenstein of the Miami Beach ; of Junior Hadassah third. I contestants received gifts. ve r 600 persons attended the THE RELIGIOUS BLOC IN ISRAEL the Agudas Israel. In this group, the mental agility, common sense, and open minded receptivity, which Jews sum up with the term satchel, were completely lacking. In a modern age of objective science, Agudas Israel reverted to medieval obscurantism. Their eves closed to the anti-Semitism rampant about them, they stuffed their senses to the perils lurking in Nazi Judeophobia. Instead of delivering their brethren from the Europe that had become Egypt with Hitler as Pharaoh, they fought Zionism with all the vindictiveness of bigotry. The height of absurdity was reached when Rabbi Sonnenfeld would appear before the League of Nations with the claim that Agudas Israel, and not the Jewish Agency, could speak for World Jewry. When in concentration camps waiting to be packed into death trains, they must have repented their folly in opposing settlement in Palestine. ITS OPPORTUNISM Having worked to prevent a Jewish state, Agudas Israel was quick to enjoy the frr.its of the labor and sacrifice of those who brought about its formation. The first general election gave Mapai 46 seats, not enough to control a majority in the Knesset. Unable to agree with the leftist Mapam, Ben Gurion invited the Religious Bloc into his cabinet. Agudas Israel accepted with alacrity. The Mizrachi, the Socialist Hapoel Hamizrachi, the Leftist Hashomer Hadate, and the Agudas Israel, altogether counted 16 religious seats in the Assembly. The Religious Bloc suddenly found itself in a strategic position. Without its cooperation the Ben Gurion cabinet could not last a day. Agudas Israel would have drawn every ounce of advantage from the situation. But Mizrachi adopted a saner approach. It is the aim of all the religious groups to make the state into a Theocracy. Mizrachi, however, is putting off the issue until Israel rests on a firmer foundation. It recognizes that the Infant Republic is beset by enough difficulties without the additional strife of a Kulturkampf. INSINUATION OF ORTHODOX RULINGS In spite of the non-religious attitude of the maBy HARRY SIMONHOFr jority, th e devout cabinet members have succeeded in injecting Judaic practices in the government. Without permissive legislation, rulings have been promulgated, with Ben Gurion's tacit non-objection. Compulsive circumcision on immigrant children was ordered at state expense. A young widow was not allowed to remarry until the infant brother of her dead husband reached his 13th year, so that he could reject her under the ancient Chalizah law. Trains and busses are not permitted to run on the Sabbath. Bread is forbidden on Passover week except to nonJews A marriage ceremony performed within the State by a Reform Rabbi is invalid. All army foods are Kosher prepared. Foreign exchange is not released for the importation of meat not ritually slaughtered. CHURCH AND STATE ISSUE Finally Ben Gurion's government had to split on the issue of compulsory religious education in secular schools. Matters were patched up temporarily, but the cabinet had to resign several months later. The Knesset has called for a general election. The Religious Bloc hopes to pick up strength from the recently arrived Olim out of Eastern Europe and from the Sephardim of Yemen and the Near East. It is disconcerting to learn that even today there are people who advocate the union of Church and State. As if enough blood has not yet been shed as a consequence of that combination. Jews still carry the scars of wounds received from the united tyranny of religion and government. Not that Christian or Moslem citizens of Israel would ever suffer the indignities heaped upon Jews by Church and Mosque. But the majority in Israel would never tolerate a joint rule of Synagogue and State. They may feel the deepest veneration for traditional Judaism. But never will liberal minded Jews consent to a Common Law based exclusively on the Talmud, the Poskim, the Shulchan Auruch, excellent though this system might be. Government is a secular affair. Religion is a matter of private conscience. In Israel the twain must never meet. Beth David To Map Construction Plans With the exterior of Beth David Synagogue nearing completion, the congregation is mapping plans for the second phase of construction on its site. S.W. 3rd Avenue and 26th Road, to include classrooms and recreational facilities for the 700 students attending daily and Sunday school classes. Final arrangements for the new classroom building will be made at a congregation buffet supper Sunday. May 20, at 7 p.m. at the I synagogue. The projected building will Judge Holland Dismisses Suit Against Butchers Judge John W. Holland of U. S District Court this week signed | an order dismissing with preju; dice to the plaintiff, Sam Braslawsky a suit filed against the Miami' Beach Kosher Butchers Association, charging the group with violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. Malvin Englander represented the butchers unit, while Arthur Kimmel was attorney for the plaintiff. ^^^^_ Lessin Bar Mitzvah Gary Sayle son of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Lessin 2360 B. w. 24th Avenue, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 19, at 9 a. m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Rabbi Simon April will officiate. The young man, a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, will be feted at a kiddush immediately following the service. He will also be guest of honor at a reception at the home of his par elite on Sunday, May 20, from 3 to 5 p. m. contain 30 classrooms, a library, music room, arts and crafts room and an auditorium with a capacity of 500. Established in 1925, the Beth David Religious School was the first Jewish school in the area. Today the faculty consists of rabbi, cantor, executive and director and 25 teachers. General chairman of the program is Sidney Lefcourt. assisted by Abe Kurman. Max Swartz and John Feller. Publicity is under the direction of Murray Baum, Saul Chaftez and Harry Gordon. Arrangements for the buffet supper are being made by Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. The program committete consists of Herbert E. Scher, Jacob Sher and Stanley Myers. Additional members of the committees include. Sidney Pozen, Herbert Sher, Bernard Sterling and Mrs. Ernest Sussmann —Associated Photo Making plans for a new classroom and MtMslOB>lbl^dis to ^constructed by Beth David Congregation fr""&l"** r?ght> Abe Kurman. Bernard A. Sterlmg. president of the con gregation: Mrs. Ernest Sussman. president of Beth DW* !" ^standing, left tonight; Harry Gordon. Sidney Pozen and Herbert Sher. D. LEE NOW OPEN!! RED DIAMOND INN 117 N. W. 42nd Ave. "Lejeune Road" Phone 83-9183 60 PIZZA 1 "The Best Pizza Pie in Town" STEAKS CHICKEN SPAGHETTI ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE WE TAKE PRIDE IN ENDORSING THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES FOR MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL BURNETT Roth MARCIE Liberman Powell BERNARD A. 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!AY 18. 1951 fJewistncridian oncilly Speaking... Ra. 3230 N.W. 7th Street, will fly to New York on attend the wedding ol his first-born grandson. Jack hmor. to Miss Phylhs Weinstein. Mr. Sohmer is a Queens College, His fiance is also a student at a id college. The ceremon; will take place on SaturI at the Savoy Plaza Hotel. Mr. Raff will join his /o weeks in Birmingham. Ala., and they will tour together. and Mrs. Harry Albert were hosts at a surprise honor of the sixteenth birthday of their daughter Mane Segal, on Saturday night at their home. Guests the honoree's Phi Delta Gamma Council sisters Applebaum. 1800 James Avenue. Miami Beach, is the summer in Long Island. He plans to return here ek in Miami Beach is on the calendar of Mrs. Frank L beginning May 18. She will be a guest at the iy Hotel. and Mrs. Hyman Serota. 979 S.W. 4th Street, left for Detroit, where they will visit their children and > Farband camp. They expect to return here followHigh Holidays. + bouncing the birth of a daughter, Jill Ann, are Mr. I Irving Rosenblatt. 531 Espanola Way, Miami Beach \> Y was born May 10 in Jackson Memorial Hospital %  grandmother is Mrs. B. Goldfarb and maternal rents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Drucker. all of Miami and Mrs. Harry N. Carlton will be hosts at a recepIhonor of their son and daughter-in-law, Capt. and prton K. Carlton, following Friday evening services at Israel on May 18. Capt. Carlton is home on leave ttrea. + and Mrs. Samuel Richman returned this week to tie in Manning, S.C., after spending two weeks with i-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Aro2701 S.W. 4th Avenue. Aronovitz' parents, the Charles Aronovitzes, of Key Dined the family group for Mother's Day. i a two-week tour of Mexico are the George Talianoffs Lewis Loebs. After attending their first bull fight, the Us sent cards to friends reporting that they had "deturn vegetarian." Bystock of New York City is the houseguest of his t and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sunshine. J. 5th Terrace. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Duncraggan Inn, HenderN.C., have become the grandparents of a fifth Id, born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ley Rudolph, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Isidor Lach of Miami Shores, left this week for an vacation. She will visit relatives and friends in ton and spend some time in New York. Highlight ip will be the reunion with her grandson "Chuckle," and Mrs. Leon S. Rosenblum of Paterson, N.J. PAGE 7 A' piden\ To Wed Ft. plans for an August m New York i s Miss an Klein, University of freshman, whose engagef Raymond Robert Levy. % %  and Mrs. David L. Laudeidale, has been pd by her parents, Mr. Murray Klein, BrookLauderdale Man lyn, N. Y. Miss Klein was graduated from South Broward High School in Hollywood. Her fiance was graduated from John Adams High School in Cleveland and is now employed in Ft. Laudeidale. After the marriage, the couple will reside in Hollywood. Direct Service To All Major Cities Luxury Liners — Daylight Flights 1GTON B 39 74LOS SOO00* ANGELES IO $49.00' JJRGH 139.00* • A TI S3S.74* DETROIT $49.00' PHILADELPHIA $34 00* NEW ORLEANS $36.00* •All Fares Plus Tx CLEVELAND DALLAS CHICAGO $40.00' $4S.0C $43.74' FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE OR WRITE: 1327 EAST FLAGLER ST.. MIAMI 82-3607 i" S t „-i a ii.'?-? f ^ ler sof Tan ? a Chapter of Mizrachi Women took place Sunday. May 6. .1 the "TS. Samuel Weinbaum. vice president: Mrs. resicent; Miss Lillian Bogdan. financial Sidney Margulies. % ice president; second „..„„ „ 4 u"i.5 oi lamara Chapter of Mi: n.,f;, St 2, n .!. H ^ el : Those in the photo include, front row. Mrs. Samuel Weinbaum. vice pr^idenxTtirs. David Hess, vice president• M a T „,;. M VT • Z Mrs ?. Bmuel Weinbaum. vice president: Mrs. secretary. Sternste,n recording secretary: Mrs. William Diltman. corresponding Robert Weitz, Wife Tour Pacific Coast changing vows before Rabbi IrvMrs. Robert Weitz The former Miss Civia Gersten and Mr. Roberi. Weitz are now touring the west coast after exMorris Bros. Beth David Installation Beth David Sisterhood, PTA i ing Lehrman May 6 in the Rohfcy and Men's Club will hold a joint Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. installation dinner on Sunday, The bride is the daughter of : May 27, at 7 p.m. at the Delano Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gersten, 8028 Hotel. Harding Ave., Miami Beach, and : Mrs. Harry Oliphant is in the bridegroom's parents are Mr. charge of the event. Reservation s and Mrs. Max Weitz, 4021 Royal may be made by calling the Bet*i Palm Ave., Miami Beach. David office. 9-3469; Mrs. OliFor her wedding, \he bride phant, 2-3747; Mrs. Sam Dickson. wore a gown of ivory satin and 2-6776. French lace, the off-the-shodlder neckline trimmed with illusion. The.skirt of satin and lace, descended in four fans of French lace. Extending from the waistline was a cathedral train. Her Juliet cap was of ma..:hing lace and imported lilies of the valley. The bouquet she carried was made of lilies of the valley and baby orchids. The bride's aunt. Mrs. David Scharaga of Mt. Vernon. N. Y., was matron of honor. She wore a lace skirt over baby blue and carried a nosegay bouquet. Following the ceremony, a wedding reception and dinner was held in the hotel. The bride attended New York University and the Julliard School of Music. Her husband attended the University of Miami. Upon returning from their honeymoon, the couple will live in Miami Beach. 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PAGE 8 B + kmi*tiFlcri(tian ,\\\\\\\\^\\\\\\\x\\\\xvis: i*"******m< Off the Record llim^'ma By NATHAN ZIPRIN BBBMBHHBBHB^l—I——M SIGNS OF THE TIMES over public opinion until the U.S. Signs are multiplying that Nazbroke off commercial relations ism is staking a comback. In the with Russia. elections just held in Lower SaxTod.iv our leaders and agencies ony iihe Socialist Reich Party (S. arc not onlv inactive but silent. R.P.(polled almost 400,000 votes They do not dare raise their (12 percen and was fourth in the V ouv< against the would-be Mus10 party field). It openly promsolinis and Hitlers of our own isrd to •'restore the many Rood hemisphere. Their opposition to feature of Nazim." Its success is ,he McCarthys McCarrans and partly due to 6.999 uniformed others of their ilk is tepid. Thev "Reiehsfront guards who employ permit th e cause of the Jew and the terroristic tactics of the Hitdemocracy to go by default. Thev ler days General Otto Ernst Reare working on the periphery and mer of Nazi fame launched an hardly touch the mam problem, expansion drive to o'Jier German Thev are lacking not only in wison in.half of S.R P. In Ausdom, but courage Three decades .);• Burghard Breitner. headag0 ,h ( budget of the Ami :: "I Pro-N and Jewish Committee wa mans, won 1;>\ ol the ten percent of what it is | '" % %  !'" ~ : : !S hut the Marshalls an I D partly oi Jewish spe nt no enei n was n honorary expensive journ : efforts ned th( to build a constituei v ;-.' our people or to satisfy tl ,' %  %  • %  vaingl i I wnicn reaches us fr us publicity %  A nulfo it i s time for our community A "as, i of Pai listo take I y • ; vig :.• defense tivities s. Arias presiden \ otar unapter Women Install New Officers 1 combim • • %  ..' n ,| m Young installed M in, • S Israel Film Shown A film strip. "Israel Is Our Neighbor," was shown in the Hebrew school auditorium of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Thursday, under auspices of Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District. Capt. Aiyeh Becker of the Israel Army, presently active for the Israel bond drive in the Greater Miami area, gave his personal observations based on the film Cardiac Home Unit To Install Nniu offiooro nf tt.n VI :__ **1| New officers of the Flamingo seated • Offir Club Everglades Party Club Everglades. Branch 1050. of the Workmen's Circle, will hold a caul party on Sunday. May 20, ..t 8.30 p.m. a., its club1545 S.W. 3rd Sts. Obstetricians Elect The Miami Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has announced new officers as follows: president. Dr. Edward F. Fox; Mrs. Murray b*J* I I f agRen, Mrs AHM *I I Mrs ^" MSV committee. Uer GII. st speaker wi..,. ton Dreyfus, ffil .,?*". Oi-rtrudeuJ^' Mitchell; secretary, Dr. Richard j m g President, Mrs ]* F Stover: anH lra<..r<> r r, Kos cn. H Guest speaker r iu w ton Drevfus '*. vice president. Dr. George A. | Mrs. Gertrude t ^i Mitrhnlll ,„r....^. F>D1.I j ilM nrooij". ^i IN „.„ „. ...^ -ungo seated a n Chapter of the National ChilChasa M itBi dren's Cardiac Home will be inMurray n Haroi4 stalled at a dinner-dance at 7 v.cks "* p.m. Sunday, May 20, at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. Mrs. Edmund Perls will be Mrs Simon ,,; B P a 0 „H d,ng *fia Bander, recording J tary; M rs Adobi F. Stover; and treasurer, Dr. Harry Kraff I Mrs. I,-v,ng ^ 'f the affair. p n V • %  • t: Shi %  %  %  • i | I nd Mrs. Katz sta Cl i %  :.. %  %  • %  • c A • Pi n • nd I forci itsidi ... ... during • %  % % %  Esten forci thi mists in a %  • the expulsion of the "Yank military ion, < A CRUCIAL ISSUE Our defi have utrerly fa i enlighten Am. rican public opinion on this n "us .. le. They sh iuld h a ne so on both Jewish and patriotic grounds. American J, is dm • ncerned. 1 %  % % % %  %  a le ad Bolivia in I other imtries h %  been discriminatin • nat%  %  d U s. to be Jews. Tray a visas i r obtain same ii culty. Thus tally the Ji ing pu to a st t second % % %  phere, II :.:: i :: %  %  n in the days | M Schiff. When R disi Jewsas s •:, L tin\ in) e doing i launched a pub] Lvt WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other .* rmal and informal affairs details arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 MGHTS. SUNDAYS* HOLIDAYS M MASHERS [ LOW AS 4% MTflBT MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E WOLFF CO FROM 1 FULL COURSE DINNERS ""H SHRIMP COCmil BROILED FILET MIGNON 1.75 T.ki Busses 2-4-14 S.rvid .QQ To SiOoTiT 6234 n. E. 2nd Ave Pli. 7-9549 \n* h6& Offered at fheM "BKOIL-UNDEK-GLA55" Trup amokeUu broilingtastier broiled foods. No smoke, soot or stain $•• Thete Deluxe Fealurei ol Phllca Model 416 Fol, Surface Unit.. More pan contact lor fast heat-up, even cooking,. .5 heats for ei ery need, Auloma.i, Timino C | ock XuTM 1 V' 1 "" 0ven """ •">