The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24NUMBER 21
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 25, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
No More An Aggressor
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American Jewish Press Photo,
i body of Lt. Assad Obaier. of the Syrian Army, lies on
(utile, a hill where he was killed leading aggressive Syrian
bcross Israel's borders in ihe latest Syrian invasion of the
[state. Israelis late this week recaptured the hill from the
rurion. Barkley Will Address
Action Conclave In Chicago
President Alben W. Barkley will join Prime Minister David
ion of Israel and Israel Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan in
g the United Jewish Appeal's extraordinary National Ac-
fcrence this weekend (May 26 and 27) in Chicago, it was
fced this week by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonr.eborn
'"'ha^men B' WiS9" ^1^ of the UJA's National Cam-
.nairmm. paign Cabinet, whose members
Iwo-day national confer- have becn active for the past
huh will convene at the' nth in helping communities
House on Saturday eve- tnrouenout the country mobilize
iv 26, will be attended by
an 1,000 Jewish leaders
iting communities in 40
sh leaders who will join
_ls of honor in address
conference include Ed-
4. M. Warburg, general
Ban of the United Jewish
.. Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
>an of the American See-
the Jewish Agency: and
i W. Berinstein. chairman
UJA's 37-man national
|ign cabinet.
(.inference, which will
omplution of the first five
of United Jewish Appeal j
en activity) will be cli-
throughout the country mobilize
cash for presentation to Mr. Ben-
Gurion.
Mrs. Louis Glasser and I. L.
Mintzer will represent Miami at
the meet. Mrs. Glasser will also
attend an all-day session of the
women's division of the UJA. I.
L. Mintzer will preent Miami's
cash gift of $100,000 to the prime
minister.
Top Israelis Ponder
Partial Mobilization
Jewish Identity
Periled By Reds,
Says N, Y Expert
ATLANTIC CITY, May 21
, (JTA)The Soviet Union is at-
tempting to achieve maximum
assimilation of the Jews and to
wipe out their cultural and na-
tional identity as a group. Dr. ;
Harry Schwartz, New York ;
Times expert on Russia, told
more than 1,000 Jewish social
workers here, addressing the Na- !
tional Conference of Jewish So-
cial Welfare.
The session, devoted to a dis-
cussion of "Problems of the Jews
in Europe Today with Implica-
tions for American Jewry" was
presided over by Dr. Maurice B.
Hexter, executive vice president
of the Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropies of New York. Dr. Si-
mon Segal, director of foreign
affairs for the American Jewish
Committee, told the delegates
that the Jewish communities in
Western Europe, weakened by
the destruction brought about by
Nazism and deprived of a large
section of its leadership, are
greatly bewildered and confused.
"They realize that while re-
vival of fascism would mean
physical destruction, Commun-
ism would bring about the de-
struction of Judaism and Jewish
life," he said. "It is obvious that
the great majority of Western
| European Jews are going to re-
I main there and a way must be
found for them to live both as an
' integral part of their respective
countries and as Jews. The Jews
are thus the natural allies of the
| liberal forces in the general
struggle against both totalitar-
ianisms." Other speakers includ-
ed Hal Lehrmann, former for-
eign correspondent; Martha K.
Selig of New York; Esther Beck-
enstein of Chicago; Dr. John A.
Rose of Philadelphia.
$23,300 In Israel Bonds Sold At Rally
Following Appeals By Nathan, Bart
"Israel has the one element most essential to economic success
ability of its people," Robert R. Nathan told some 800 persons at a
Bonds For Israel rally at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Tuesday
night.
Nathan, top-rankir.g economist and author and or,e of the
world's leading authorities on j 4u
' 000 three years ago to more than
1,300,000 today.
Nathan said that present Indi-
cations are that the total popula-
tion of Israel would reach 4,000.-
000 within the next 10 years.
Current rate of immigration I
jumped from the 17.000 monthly
of 1950 to nearly 30.000.
Reason for the increase has
been the deadline on emigration
Israel's economy, said that Israel
has benefited from a veritable
windfall of talent in the past 30
years.
"Even today, with most of the
immigrants coming from North
Africa. Iraq and Rumania, the
Jews' adaptability is almost mir_
aculous." w^wu ..... ~..~.. -.......c
A total of S23.300 in bonds was fro.n Iraq and Rumania imposed
sold at the rally, bringing the i byJhof natl0ns' .
; <-,...Q Miimi in -' The former deputy director of
,sum in Greater Miami to $535, ^ v Qfflce Wgj, Mobill/a_
1400, accorcir.g to Milton S. Mala- tion said ,hut the bord issue was
koff, community manager. Jan being sold on a sound economic
i Bart, the noted concert artist, j basis.
i sparked the meeting by singing i "While it cannot be denied that
for bord sales. I there Is great sentiment attached
Nathan pointed out that the j to the flotation of the I.-.depcnd-
Dresert population of Israel could I ence Issue, a purchase of these
be self-sufficient if it closed the bonds is a solid investment, Na-
eates to further immigration, but than stated.
!that the cost of $2,500 per person Latest tigures show that one
1 for absorption into the economy relief dollar is needed for every
was responsible for the present 10 dollars of investment capital,
four-point program. | he said, which means that Philar.-
This self-sufficiency was at.thropic funcs are still needed to
tained, he asserted, despite an i provide initial needs of lmmi-
ir.crease in population from 600,- grants.__________________________
___________An Historic Event-----------------
BEN-GURION, BARKLEY ADDRESS
UJA THIS WEEKEND IN CHICAGO
TEL AVIV. (JET) Israeli
'with' specif tribute to : authorities njUWj the
tel Prime Minister. week-end theadvisability of.par-
tribute, the UJA nation
^irmen announced, will
[place Sunday efternoon,
hundreds of community
rs come forward to pre-
Mr. Ben-Gurion with mil-
[of dollars in cash repre-
pg a major installment on
Jrear's United Jewish Ap-
xampaign.
|addit:on to this dramatic
hony. the conference will
tial mobilization of the nation s
military reserves as it became
known that elements of the Iraqi
Air Force have- reached Syria.
.A Damascus broadcast said that
!the Iraqi force in Syria consists
I of eight lighter planes and a
1 number of anti-aircraft guns With
their crews.
A Foreign Office spokesman in-
dicated here that Israel is highly
! disappointed over the resolution
lines, a special presents- "dopted on Friday by'the UN Se-
0 the wife of the Israel K r_lin-ii ordering the Israel
national women's division
United Jewish Appeal.
UJA national chairmen
need also that the Sunday
ng session of the confer-
l\ curity Council ordering the Israel
ister by leaders of jve*nment to discontinue the
drainage of swamps in the de-
militarized zone of the Huleh
area. "The resolution, he said,
pg session of the comer- "^X^a'S'uS'on'aM^
fa] hear reports on the ac- and places aP1^ an
lishments so far this year of sion. It is UMMM ="h ad_
(JA-s constituent agencies- I encouragement for WrhJSt
Un.ted Palestine Appeal, > ventures of a ktad wMfihMVe
Distribution Committee and paid such handsome dividends.
' Service for New Amcri- "The reclamation of the HUM
long with a detailed anal-! swamps," the spokesman e on tin
f the needs of each agency ued, "is Israel s absolute i gni
balance of 1951. .and vital task The government
conference program will is determined to bring the pioj
e marked by a special meet- ec to a successful conclusion ,w-
-'spite all obstacles and with all
means at its disposal. The
spokesman stated that the Israel
government has not as yet ie-
ceived the official order from the
Securitv Council to halt work in
thLShF0reignMiniste,hand
?ery sent into Syria by Iraq, ac-
SSS >%*&5
in the same direction, raise ex
tremelv serious issues, ine ar
HSS agreement was signed
with Syria, as such, not with a
arrnfstic\ aggreement with Syria.
Urged On New
^-Nazi Reich Party
STON (AJP)Terming the
'Jazi Socialist Reich Party "a
to German democracy and
peace," Dr. Israel Gold-
chairman of the Western
fcsphere Executive of the
Id Jewish Congress, urged
fed occupation authorities and
[West German Republic to
kw the group.
Bdressing the opening of the
annual convention of the
England Division of the
ferican Jewish Congress, Dr.
gstein charged the Socialist
Party with attempting to
t its gains in the recent
Saxony election and
ad the Fascist doctrine
lughout the world.
White House Aide,
David Niles, Resigns
WASHINGTON, May 21 (JTA)
David K. Niles, who served in
the White House for 15 years, to-
day announced his resignation
as administrative assistant to
President Truman and said that
' he is anxious to visit the State of
1 Israel as a private citizen. The
resignation, effective May 31,
was due to the fact that Mr. Niles
j is "physically very tired."
CJA Contributors
Pledge $1,158,000
A total of $1,158,000 has been
pledged to the 1951 Combined
Jewish Appeal by 6.600 contribu-
tors, according to Samuel Fried-
land, campaign chairman. This
figure is 15 per cent over the
amount which these same indi-
viduals contributed last year, he
pointed out.
A committee headed by Aaron
Kanner and Fred K. Shoehet is
continuing clean-up operations.
Members of the committee in-
clude Joseph Mechlow, Mrs. Nat
A Weidberg, Miss Gertrude
Schneider, Ehiel Lesowedcr, Jer-
ry Lelchuk, M. Friedberg, Mi.
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Irving
.Saal, Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Jacob Harfenist, owner of Hai-
fenist Restaurant, 1381QWashing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach has
: announced that all proceeds of
Sunday, June 17, will be con-
i tributed to the United Jewish Ap-
ioeal. He is encouraging other
; business firms in the area to fol-
i10ToSdate $495,000 has been re-
ceived > payment of Pledges,
Howard Kane, new Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation treasurer,
announced. Of the 6,600 contrib-
utors all but 1,311 have paid their
cSitments in full Fifty-seven
nercent of the total pledged is
still outstanding. This is one per
cent less than last year at the
Ci time and two per cent less
than the year before.
Ei3S&te?3 HnLce SStS left). Edward
M^Warburl UJA General Chairman (bottom **>*
M. M- warpurg. countrY will emphasue the
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'// Say...
afternoon of September 17, 1926, Jewish
were hurrying home, and not because
; headlines in the Miami Tribune warned
icane that was heading towards the city.
religious wanted an early dinner to supply
Kjary energy for the 24-hour Yom Kippur
fwould start at sundown. Newcomers were
little jokes about the coming wind storm.
of a newspaper making a sensation about
What's a hurricane anyhow? Webster
ily a wind blow.
PUR EVE
immunity had grown in spite of the real
[sh. Some did not have funds to pay for
trip to their home town. Others were hop-
t hope to recoup their lost fortunes buried
iid lots. Beth David Synagogue was filled
ty, even if some members had not yet re-
om their summer vacations. The overflow
iavid attended Temple Israel service to hear
H. Kaplan, who had left his Cincinnati
i a Rabbinate in the Magic City. The Re-
iup had sold its lot and tabernacle for a
t boom price, and were planning a new
The high holiday services were held in the
School, now the main Post Office.
PALM PARK
the lengthy Kol Nidre ritual, worshippers
ralk on Flagler "Street as far as Royal Palm
his open space to the South of the McAllis-
1 belonged to the FEC Railway and was a
meeting ground before the Bay Front Park
reclaimed by dredging limestone sand out
re Bay. On the band shell of this park,
s plaved several evenings a week. Oldsters
irseshoes, and pious folk attended the Bible
ducted by William Jennings Bryan. Sitting
listening to the rising wind swishing
inu* branches that sounded like the rushing
waves, did not stop folk from joking about
ne hurricane.
OWING NIGHT
:00 a. m. the howling wind reached hurricane
The ocean wailed, as if the dead were
reird messages to the living of impending
The heavy downpour seemed endless. Tar
shingles, and tile were ripped off the roofs.
uring through eaves and rafters came
through floors into cellars of apartment
Clothes, bedding, carpets, and rugs were
Dry spots for nursing babies were found
.shelves in clothes closets. Flying debris hit
Kg ol houses with dull thuds. Electricity was
?nd flashes of lightning lit up an atmosphere
The Great Hurricane of 1926
of total darkness. Telephones would not answer,
and water stopped flowing from spigots and faucets.
Sleep was impossible. People felt marooned, help-
less and prayed that the buildings would not crash
over their heads and bury them in their ruins.
THE LULL
At length came morning, dreary, leaden, and
cloudy. Looking through the rain, people could see
uprooted trees, wire tangled about fallen telephone
poles, broken timber, torn screens, tile and tar paper
strewn over streets, sidewalks, and vacant lots. Sud-
denly, as if a magician had waved his wand, the
wind and rain ceased. The stillness felt uncanny.
Not a leaf stirred. This unnatural calm, seemingly
conjured up by some demonic power, should have
warned the recent arrivals to remain where they
were. Tropical nature that usually wore a serene,
smiling countenance might also become treacherous
and ruthless. But relieved of the awful tension of
the wind, rain, and darkness, many newcomers
rushed out into the open. Marveling at the quick
change of tropical weather, they drove off in their
autos eager to ascertain the well being of friends and
relatives in the sparsely settled sections of the vast
Miami area.
THE SECOND ROUND
Eight o'clock that morning found numerous people
in bed enjoying the sleep denied them during the
storm-tossed night. Devout folk were prepared to
continue the all day Yom Kippur service at the
Synagogue. Suddenly, without notice or warning,
the wind struck again, this time with redoubled fury.
Trees and posts fell upon moving cars. Autos cross-
ine the only causeway that connected Miami Beach
with the mainland were washed into the angry, white
foam of Biscayne Bay. Frame bungalows arose and
crashed against other houses. It seemed as if a gigan-
tic hand delighted in lifting roofs and flinging them
away. Concrete block houses suddenly opened and
collapsed, as if some giant's fist had crashed into
their walls. Pedestrians rushing for shelter were
hurried along, seemingly pushed by unseen hands.
The lucky ones escaped the flying timber which
some invisible force seemed to aim at their heads
and backs. Those going in the opposite direction
experienced the sensation of trying to move through
a solid wall, at the same time feeling thousands of
needle pricks as the hostile wind drove the rain
drops into their faces. Violent gusts of wind sounded
from afar, as if Titans engaged in a death struggle
above the clouds were gasping and puffing the air
in cosmic drafts.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
THE HAVOC
After two hours, the extreme velocity of the vio-
lent wind began to abate. People remained indoors,
now distrustful of a temperamental Caribbean hur-
ricane. Strong winds continued spasmodically all
day, but receded perceptively. Those who ven-
tured outdoors were appalled by the wreckage and
destruction apparent everywhere. The city seemed
to have been shelled, bombed, and devastated by an
earthquake. On the paved thoroughfare of Bayshore
Drive, a fleet of boats lay beached at the foot of tall,
rock-ribbed buildings. Craters were scooped into
the County Causeway where wind and wave had
converged; trees, boats, posts, and wiring obstructed
the passage way; and the streetcar tracks lay twisted
and coiled like rattlesnakes in death agony. Lakes
of water covered streets below the levels of adjacent
areas. Scarcely a home was without damage. Walls
torn away from apartment houses revealed bath
tubs, kitchens, rooms, furniture, and other evidence
of domestic life. Streets, lawns, and vacant lots were
cluttered with broken glass, timber, red tile, shoes,
tar paper, roofing, screens, shingles, concrete blocks,
window sashes, slabs of stucco, broken doors, wear-
ing apparel, drowned out automobiles, bright colored
canvas awning, steel frames, green coconuts, and
telephone poles.
But what struck dismay in the breast of pioneer
and boom arrival alike was the sight of the newly
constructed Meyer-Keiser 20-story office building.
Standing at a distance, the spectator could see the
tall, narrow, steel-ribbed structure twisted on its
deep set foundations. Thirteen stories h^d to be
ripped off to enable the building to function.
THE AFTERMATH
For the next 24 hours, the dismal wail of sirens
announced that ambulances were rushing the dead
and dying to hospitals. Restaurants served food free
of charge to all who would eat. For weeks houses
were lit up by candles, and food was cooked on
Sterno cans. Schools, houses of worship, and halls
were improvised into hospitals. Civic bodies en-
rolled volunteers to help the over-taxed Red Cross
and dispensed food and clothing to the needy out
of funds sent in from a shocked, sympathetic na-
tion. The number of missing and dead was never
correctly ascertained. Official estimates accounted
for 700 dead bodies. Property damage exceeded
$100,000,000. The velocity of the wind was never
correctly gauged, since the meteorgraph failed to
register beyond 135 miles per hour. Scientific opin-
ion judged the Miami hurricane of September 18,
1926, as th'e most disastrous on record in American
history.
, The first graduating class of the community H brew H gh
Ll of the Bureau of Jewish Education held it. t gdtion
frcises on May 23 at the Miami Woman's Club Diplomas were
I awarded Ju graduates of the five Hebrew -MflCS
[the Beth David Congregation. Congregation Beth El. Temp
>h Sholom. Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Miami Hebrew
fool and Congregation. Reading from left to right arth>H gh
hool graduates: (seated; Richard Jablon. **
nbor; (standing) Edward Zalis. Jay Linn. Zalman Zaidel.
Hyman Pomerantz. principal.__________________.
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Home Auxiliary
To Seat Leaders
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold its ;.nnual installation
luncheon on Thursday, May 31,
at 12:30 p.m. at the Biscayne Ter-
race Hoti 1.
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer will be
seated as dn sident. Others to be
[nized at the rites are Mes-
Hai Oliphant, Jacob H.
Katz and Nathan Abraham, vice
presidents; Mrs. Samuel Geltner,
recording secretary; Mrs. Harry
Einhorn, financial secretary: Mrs.
Nathan Feika, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Joel Zalis, treasurer:
Mrs. Rose Weiss, sergant at arms.
The following will be installed
as directors. Mesdames Gerson
August. Lottie Brown, Philip
Catsman, Isadoe Cohen, Dina
Daum, Bessie Elman, Joseph
Fine, Isadore Fine. Harry Fields,
Sidonie Gluck. Esther Goodman,
Oscar Green, Louis Greenblatt,
Ralph Kreiger, Maxim Hershey,
Elix Hinkes, H. Mach, David Pot-
tash, Sophie Rosenthal, William
.Schneidman, Isadore Schwartz,
1 David Singer, Sarah Sparr, Eva
I Taub, and Samuel Wilchyk.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub is
'out going president.
Reservations may be made by
i calling Mrs. Isadore Fine, 3-8453,
j or Mrs. Samuel Geltner, _3-_6508.
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Judge Bernard A. Frank was presented an engraved gold
plaque at a special meeting of the officers and board of directors
guest of honor of the banquet. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Ardmore
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EDITORIAL
\o isolationism
Too many times we find that professional so-
cial welfare workers speak only in terms of their
own particular interests. The case worker in a
family or child agency in an American city
thinks only of the needs of his local clients, where-
as the UJA worker thinks in terms of the needs
ol Jews of Israel, Iraq and elsewhere throughout
the world. Obviously, the American Jewish com-
munity has on obligation to both needy Jews in
this country, as well as towards the development
and upbuilding of Israel. Largely through our
laymen, there has developed a balance which
has resulted in funds being raised and utilized
for both purposes.
It is thus heartening to get the news from
Atlantic City that an outstanding Jewish social
worker, Fred Berl, Case Consultant of the Jewish
Family and Children's Bureau of Baltimore, told
his fellow workers that they must auard them-
selves against the isclationism which would al-
low them to think that any local community can
isolate itself from international developments.
While stressing the need for progress on the home
front, he nevertheless issued a realistic warning
that Jewish social workers must recoanize the
obligations assumed by the American Jewish
community fcr relief in Israel and elsewhere over-
seas. In words that will meet with widespread
approval, Mr. Berl said:
"The burden of a radically deteriorated inter-
national situation is ours to a considerable degree
whether we want it or not. We will not be able
to isolate an American Jewish standard of living
which is at wide variance with that of the rest of
the world. The pressure on standards is one of
the main realities Jewish social work has to
watch. We need to expect much sharper gues-
tioning of the need for services and of profes-
sional practices."
It is along these lines a balance between
our overseas needs and our local needs that the
American Jewish community will best meet its
philanthropic obligaticns in accordance with our
Jewish tradition and our American heritage.
Appeasing
He who makes two blades of grass grow
where one qrew before has been acclaimed a
benefactor of humanity by our modern civiliza-
tion, but, apparently, the U. S. representatives to
MESSAGE FROM ISRAEL
the United Nations do not think so. Our chief
representative to the U. S. this past week intro-
duced a resolution which would order Israel to
stop the drainage of the Huleh swamp. Mr. Eban
has properly branded this resolution as an at-
tempt "to whitewash and appease Syrian ag-
gression."
Syria is a land some six times as large as
Israel, but it wants more territory. It is aggres-
sive not only for the spoils of aggression, but be-
cause aggression is a method whereby it may
delay instituting certain inner reforms, as the
frequent palace revolutions in that country clear-
ly make manifest.
The appeasement resolution has the backing
iPu/uvglAe bfeek
*n *ip Feature
i Iran ., of histoi par-
JOE HARRISON 1 MED
A tenil ,,..,.
'
week
It
alle
this
' th< National S
' f Gem !i. i ade its fust
for power during 1 .
>' Weimar republic.
republicai gov-
ernment made some ffort
right the rise oi Hitleris ;
faili d.
Last week, the Socialist Reich
party, op,- h ai violently Nazi
emerged with 11 per cent ol the
votes in the large British-Zone
states of Lower Saxony.
That was a far better showing
tnan the embryonic National So-
cialist party made twenty-seven
year.- ago,
History was repeating itself in
tr.e reaction of the ruling party
The West German Government
Sandra Levy Wins
(amp Scholarship
The Charles A. Ratner Memo-
rial Scholarship Fund of the
Bureau of Jewish Education
ttar Mitzvah
Last week the Greater Miami
t.on marked its thirteenth birthdav
pressive Bar Mitzvah cerernonv *'
seven presidents participated m "^
The Bar Mitzvah cerernonv
world the attainment of maSyT^J
age. Federation has grown from "N
tion agency which raised y&U?^*
donors in 1939 to a unified ceXfV
day plays an important role inT'*^
ordinating and integrating ,he VC of the community, as well n* Zn an*
50 local, national and overseas "r -
year it has already received nlT"01* \
000 from 6.600 contributors *****
But the Bar Mitzvah ceremony ft
than mere growth; it a\so cV'Lgniile8 *
ceptance of^ddi.ional^poSS \
Miami is one of the fastest CHLl
mumties in the country, livina ung J"S
sponsibilities is no. an easyV "
munity grows, the problems with whicU.
ratten will be faced will become Z ,
They will require an alert leadSsh^S
courage and flexibility of mind. *'
. 1JeSe prb!ems wil1 a'so require the *
standing and the cooperation of a w3
ing to work to implement Federation' S|
he future. is through this understanH
this cooperation that Federation can nS3
sound growth and insure a healthy future
of Britain, France and Turkey. It is to be be*
that before the matter is disposed of, there I
be some clearer thinking in the U. N. prer
To be sure, the Arab states cover a muchly,
area and it is a human failing to attempt to fr
cate the larger body.
The whole tenor of the resolution, as Mr. Bo
has pointed out. "is rash and one-sided." Iw
is rebuked for its aerial raid on Syrian terriHn
but there is no direct rebuke of Syria for the*
vious slaying of seven Israeli police by Syria
forces.
The world has the right to expect better thbgi
than this from the United Nations.
Pravda Assails Israel For 'Secret'
Turkey Part; America itlamed
VKMir viinir ,,.~.. _____ I
states el.: the high IMS
>unced that it would test the r
nstitutionality of the new Nazi M"n"'(i a scholarship to Sand:.,
!> ''>'. Levy, daughter of Mrs. Ett Levy
k came from the par- 1519 Pennsylvania Ave Miami
Beach, to a Jewish ramp for the
ty leaders.
"We are firmly determined to
quench this tire," said Robert
Lehr, Ministei of the Interior.
rhe West German Government
announced that it would take
vigorous action to outlaw the i i
party.
For the Western World, the
great issue was whether the West
German Government would be
any more successful than was the
Weimar counterpart.
The fear that gripped many
urvivors of Hitlerism as thev
summer, according to Mrs. Ma-
tilda H. Ratner, chairman of the
scnolarship committee.
The scholarship is off,.red to
any Jewish girl or bov, 12 years
old or over, who has had at least
three years of Hebrew school
[raining and is now attending a
local Hebrew school.
The Ratner Memorial Scholar-
ship was set Up by Mrs. Ratner
ml memory of her husband for a
"ve year period, terminating this
NEW YORK CITY, (i)JP)
Charges that Turkey and Israel
had reached "a secret military
treaty" coupled with a claim that
Prime Ministei Ben-Gurion's cur-
rent visit to America was intend-
ed to -hand over Israel to the
United States as a military base"
highlighted a blistering attack
this week on the Jewish state
by the official Communist Party
organ Pravda,
of an anti-Israel propaganda en-1
paign conducted in recer.t mmH I
against Israel, Pravda allefdf
that Israel entered the Arto
Tel Aviv axis by "American*|
ders."
The Pravda attacks triad I
failed to substantiate any oil
charges that "the jourr,- I
United States of Isra>
ministers represented the fa*1
stage of the convention
into an American DaLiM
.- tk .ed Very Fri<"y 'nce 1927
Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. En
T uLte,k Po.,t. f,ice f Miimi.
Fl... under the Act of March 3. 1879
hi i Jew',n, f'.o'-'dian has absorbec
th Jew.th Unity and the Jewist
of "encour-
.-.... ...u.-mmii us inev jvi iji-iiihi. ter
watched the drama was strength- yffr, for the purpose 01 -,,,
ened by another historic parallel, .aging young people to intensifv
foday, as in 1924. the same 'heir Jewish education n?
povernmen which had joined to hung enlightened and &.
"", "!< I!" threat ol German leadership to the I Vt'
The United States, strongest of consists ol Mrs R^tne^^
he powers that destroyed hitler, Greenberg, Hy Pomer nt/ nk
had been under fire almost since Louis ScWtzm! exwutivs
the end of the war on charges of
coddling Hitlerian remnants
,, No incu-ation has come vet that
the West German Government
could count on the occupying al-
lies in the struggle.
director of the bureau. The Scl.ol.
munitvWa? 5r^5d-d ;,t the l'""'- IT WSek centered about Prime
e Hebrew h" ,*"* M,n,ster Davjd Ben-Gurion's vis-
Xte&nlKaaUl Dhiff "l l the UnitPd The Red
e Miami Woman', club ? thared that Ben-Gurion's
tour wa oart of an
it to obtain air
In what observers in the United
_ preparatory to the thoroup
sorption of thi i untrvbyAi
ican militarv leaders."
Wall Street, charged Pravdu
behind the American bid to fr
rael. It attacked American bus-
iness and UN Secretary-Genc:
Trygve Lie
Pravda cited these "factors i
determining the Israeli "alliaw
with America against Commuts
Russia.
1. American monopolies H*
already grabbed Israel's econo?
2. "the United States #
staff of allegiance organs art
' s 1
.el_
not consider it disgraceful to hoU
secret sessions with the Pj"j
pation of American intelup-1-
officers."
3. The Israeli government pi.
suant to American orders n
already concluded the Ankm
Tel Aviv axis
Red Puppets Echo
Attack On Israel
NEW YORK, (AJP)-A vio-
lent full-scale anti-Israel propa-
ganda campaign was underway
this week in the press and radio
of the Communist dominated
countries.
Taking their lead from Pravda,
official Communist Party organ,
the various attacks reaching here
this week centered
intimately tied up with the Is
general staff that the Israeli*
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!eav,rar<'h ,'" a""nlre "which|******, the Weisberg's refusVto pa^ with
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led Ben-Gurion
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'see-ret' military
Turkey against the
The couple. Ted and Flon nee
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
tut' -----" ft.
last American Jewish Press
radio broadcast
assailed United
aid to Israel and charged
Jewish Marine Hero
Wins Four Awards
MINNEAPOLIS (AJP
Jewish Marine sergeant
participated in hattles tr
Korea was the recipient <
his week.
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Volume :.M Nun
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 195
IYAR 19, 5711


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MAY 25. 1951
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rieaii Jewry Won't Junk Civil -Ganzman Unveiling
1-lM'S Despite lll'fll IIySteriO The dedication of the monu-
ments were exploiting the cam-! m,er't J? tne memory of the late
Paisn against Communism- for BS^aSSCTklSTSSd? JS
then- own ulterior purposes. take place Sunday. May 27, at 1
Cohen, stressing the "unelter- !> m- '' Woodlawn Park Come-
able opposition of the Jewish ''.rv- with Rabbi Lion Kr<
Community to Communism" ana officiating. Mi. Ganzman is sur-
outlining the role played by Jew- vived by his wife, Ann.,; a broth-;
VNTIC CITY, (AJP)A
irish coordinator this week
American Jewry's re-
i sacrifice civil liberties
,,l "an emotional and ir-
ial anti-Communist wave
[V- sweeping the country."
Lking before dele gates to
(tiorTal Conference of Jew- ish agencies in tting the Samuel: and a sister
bcial Workers here, Jules movement, asserted that "we re- Mr^Ganzman v.
[da
mem-
National Coordinator of fuse to go along with the danger- '"er B. P. O. Elks, 1601, M
ional Community Rela- ous extremes to which the Amer- Beach. Arrangements are in
lationa
Advisory Council, coordi- ican public is being pushed by Palmer's Miami Monu-
body for more than a
Df leading national Jewish
zations, asserted that "na-
Vmcrican anti-liberal ele-
lles Center School
Final Assembly
Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
^ligious School will hold its
assembly in the temple on
f, May 27, at 11:30 a.m.
,ji Skop will officiate in
pnsecration service for the
fgarten. Awards and prizes
excellence in citizenship,
rship and attendance will
ade by Mrs. Edgar Miller,
tan of the education com-
BC
hcxil term will close June
the current emotional and irra- :) Friends and relatives
tional anti-Communism wavi ted to be present.
which is sweeping the country." -----;------------------------
Major Jewish organizations in MoSCOVilz Unveiling
combination with other ar.ti-! ,. ,.
Communist liberal groups, Cohen ,Tnc dedication of a rnonu-
told a convention session devoted E*"!,,0 ho ZSg***, of lat*
to "Internal Security and Ir.di- }Jg Mros??v't2k formcr,lv, ,of
vidual Rights," continue to op- 1(?34 llth Ave.. will take
Pictured at the installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom on May 16 at the Saxony Hotel are (left to
right) Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Saul
Herman, newly elected president; Mrs. Louis Stoff. Mrs. Irving
Rothrran and Mrs. Aaron Farr. newly elected vice presidents.
The officers were installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
vidual Mights, continue to op- pl Sundav Mav 27' at 2 n m leadei of the congregation, who prepared an operetta especially
nSSS^V^^Sf "the >" Mt. S "afcemet,,": with Rab" fox the occasion. Th/song. were sung by Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
enactment of local"1 ant?-Com? Simon April ^officiating. Mr. accompanied by Organist Hy Fried.
munist ordinances which gener- ^^"vilz is survived by his wife. \
ally are unnecessary for national J^&TSkf^lLiffi Mrf
dwn\ dSSSlteftu tf fSrK&^RSrtSiiai Mrs. Peter Brod was elected
,,, n g Lillian Moscovitz: also four president of the Miami Business
' "The extremist anti Com-iiu-' randt,hllc:rcr--Mr- Moscovitz was and Professional Group of Ha-
Ihe extiimist .ii.ti-uom.i.u a rremocr of the Miami Hebrew ....
nist campaign," Cohen said, "is School and Congregation. Ar-! dassan at a recent meeting ol the
being used as a smokescreen be- ran are jn charge of organization.
hind which anti-liberal forces are i>.,i.,.:s Miami Monument Co. Others elected to office were
working effectively to block civil ,elatives are asked Edytne Bernstejn, fiist vlce ; a theatre party on July 9 and *
lla second vice president; Bea Kel-
ter, corresponding secretary;
Thelma Laidman, recording seCr
retary; Mrs. Leslie Kamsler,
treasurer.
Installation is scheduled for
June 18. Also being planned are

'president: Mrs. Harry Kornfield,.1 card party on July 25.
;,.;,. -,t PronHnn Pork rights and other progressive so- l0 attend.
a picnic at Crandon Paik. da] welfare legislation and to at-----------------------------
----V~TT. p." tack the trade union movement." Schwartz Unveiling
ng Adults rian i ~ The dedication of a menu- Leading health authorities say:
Park Outing Barancik Unveilng mem to the memory of the late
Leila Gross, chairman of, The dedication of a monument Sidney Schwartz, formerly of 840
i Y voung adult plan- to the memory of the late Max 6th street. Miami Beach, will
committee, announces that Barancik. formerly of 1536 Polk take place Su-.day May27, at 12
are complete for the young St.. HoUywood, Fla.. will take noon in Mt. Neb,, Cemetery, with
weekend to be held at : place May 27 at 4 p. m. in Mt. Rabbi Simon April officiating.
State Park May 25-27. Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Polk is sur- Mr. Schwartz is survived by hs
"TASTES BETTER AND IS
BETTER FOR YOU!"
Enjoy the tangy, zesffu/ flavor of
Schwartz was a World War Two
i veteran and a member of B. P. O.
Elks. No. 1601. Miami Beach. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
|e theme of the weekend.
fe registration for the.entire lives are requested to attend.
tend is six dollars, which in- ...
es all meals and sleeping for Hankoff Unveiling
bv and Saturday evening. For i Thc dedication of a monument Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
who can attend only Sat- to tne memory of the late Ory Friends and relatives are asked
' and Sunday, the fee is {Failh Hankoff. daughter of Mr. to be present.
["dollars. Registration may be i and Mrs. Theodore D. Hankoff.------------------------------
Jed in to the Y at 5-5319. 0f 1326 15th St.. Miami Beach, C0u:n TJnveilina
urst speaker for the luncheon ; Win take place May 31 at 2:30 *uuui uuvc""^
m ,,n Sunday afternoon will p. m. in Mt. Nebo Cemetery with The dedication of a monument
,e editor of The Jewish Flori- I Rabbi Irving Lehrman official-; to the memory of the late Minna
Fred K. Shochet, who will ir.g. Arrangements are in charge Sobin. formerly of 2-40 S W. 5tn
iuss "The Role of the Young; of Palmer's Miami Monument Street.will take placejob'Sunday
Kit in the Miami Beach Jew- Co. Friends and relatives are May 27 at 12 nowurt Mt.Nebo
mmunity; I asked to be present. J fernete^with Rabb, Morru
She is survived by her hus- :
band, Louis M. Sobin. Among I
her many activities she was a,
strong supporter of the National |
Children's Cardiac Home, and
gave untiringly of her efforts to
the Lighthouse for the Blind, be-1
ing a Braillist ol note, and having
translated m a n y books into
Braille. She was also a SUppi
of Lend-a-Hand.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Sands Memorials.
Friends and relatives i
in be present. I
Miami Office: 153 N. E. 29th St.
Phone 82-4731
Obituaries
Women supporters of Jack Abbott have ** *"2KSX
rents and for canvassing on behalf of the councilrnamc "Ji.te-
hown with the candidate here are Mrs Rhoda Levine (NDJ
'rs. Jane Fisher. ____________________.------------
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JACOB FREEMAN
,,f lots M( rldiali Ave., passed i was
Mav 18th In ;. Miami hospital He
was a retired Jewelry man, re l< ng
in Miami for one year, from payion,
oliic, He i-^ survived by his wife, Mrs.
Etta, daughters, Mrs, Jeanette Oran.
Washington, D. C, ;."'! Mrs. Judith
Flaael, Mlddletown, Ohio. Remains
en) i" Dayton for services and our-
lal by Miami Beach Riverside,
RITA I.KKOl.T
It of 1567 Meridian Ave.. passed away '
In'a beach hospital on May 17. sne
came here from New York Mrjtae
vears aao, Survived by '< sister,
Srs clara it. Bulltman. Charlestown,
\v v.i and two brothers, I harles M.
Rosenhelm, Qulncy III and I. A..
Huntlngton, w. Va grvtoe 1 P- ">
nn Mav i. Miami Beach Riverside
Chapel. Rabbi Joseph it. Narot offl-
elating. ______
RUTH SCHWEITZER
5C of 7SS ih St.. Miami Beach Passed
awas suddenly at !>> home on Mas
?9 shl. is survived by husband, Allen,
one brother. Bernard QoMwater. one
.;m.i Mrs. Mildred LaVlne. both ol
x,w i-ork Cltj Remains *wttoNe
York City for services and burial bj
Miami Beach Rlver
SEEUG SCHWARTZ
19, ol 1211 100th SI gaj Harb
.,,, passed Rway suddenls Maj --
i i,iJ home He was a restaurant
gfanagev JSmlnS from New York City
.,; Lear* ago He la survived b>
NIK wife Mrs Ele....... ^warts two
ions Barry and Larry, his mothei,
M?s Kate Schwarts. two sisters, Mrs.
v,v,., I-,,,., and Mrs. Mae NMriteh.
and two brothers, Hymen and Henryv
. W||| be held at 11 oclock
Thursdas Mav 24, at Miami Beach
,.,.,-.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman offl-
SftS In'teVmenl a< fit. Nebo Ceme-
terj ___________________
SftNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
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NAT ROTH SAYS!
"One Good Term
Deserves Another'
>lv Brother:
BURNETT ROTH
Oifers Himneli For Re-eiertion
TO
CITY COUNCIL
OF
MIAMI BEACH
His List of Accomplishments During His Past
Two Years As a Miami Beach City Council-
man Is a Matter of Record.
I URGE MY HUENDS TO
VOTE FOR AND iUPHMKF
BURNFTT ROTH
FOR RE-ELECTION
JUNE 5th LEVER 22A
This Political Ad Paid For By Nat Roth


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+Jevristi fhrMtofL
Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
EVENT:
As you know, even while Mrs. Mor.te Selig was delivering her
report on this year's progress of Mt. Sinai's Women's Auxiliary. Mrs.
Selig's daughter, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, was delivering her own Vital
Statistican infant son. at Mt. Sinai Someone at the press table
in th.> C-,*-,-.,-,,. ...... ...1.. ---- ~-4-J *L- _____ L..I__1________ I_____,
in
the
">"" ii*ni son. ai mi. ninai someone ai tne press laoic
the Saxony promptly suggested the new baby hereupon become
? Auxiliary's mascot: certainly an infant who can so perfectly time
his arrival, for biggest news, is our most active Man of Distinction.
Gentlemen at the head table included Dan Ruskin, Samuel
Gertner and Max Orovitz. As president of the hospital board.
Orovitz delivered rlhat word again) many congratulations to
the women as a "vibrant" group. He had recently returned from
a Bimini fishing trip with Sam Friediand Awfully clever pro-
gram-note was added by Jack Tannenbaum, who ran speed-
sketching to accompany Mrs. Selig's highlights The after-
noon was packed with News and Accomplishments, but surprise-
gratification came with Eastern Star's Mrs. Dave Alper. who
presented the hospital with an ultra incubator.
As Dorothy Kirk pointed out. everyone leaps to give, to Mt
Sinai.
... Among the dozens of new officers looking enchantingly of-
ficial was Mrs. Saul Herman. The day before, in the same room
she had been installed as president of Temple Bet:: Sholom's Sister-
hood,
WIN A SUMMER VACATION:
Ads and announcements have gone out to "Name the Cocktail
Lounge at the Delmonico Hotel. Max Benkowitz. New York hotel-
man i ow gripped by Our Town, had indicated he'd enjoy performing
a community service, through the contest; and so a large percentage
of his bar receipts will be diverted to the Variety Children^ Hospital
and its watei -sprinkling system. It's for this reason they're now
featuring the "Sprinkler Cocktail"and you're all invited' to come
up the line and make sure the "Sprinkler" is both palatable and in-
toxicating. Contest-blanks are available at the Delmonico. Winner
gets a beautiful oceanfront room for two. for two weeks Also gets
Xancy (iluss Pledged
To Stuart S. Pines
mp^Y
^T>
SttFrsuni;
Nancy Glass
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glass of
The marriage of Miss Eady L.
Baron to Sgt. Alfred G. Seeler.
Jr.. Tyndall Air Force Base. Pan-
ama City. Fla.. is being an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Bernstein of this city.
_-.---------------I..UVCCMI.UNI iiniin lor iwo. lor two weeks Also gets Mr. and Mrs Nathan Gl-ise of
^.W^SS?ig^* heaUhy dnati0n for *** mi SI T7ee^eG,Siami
Contest runs one month exactly
UNREELED:
to SSStSiLES**. B1Hin 90t ,he films of her Chi"9 wedding
to Charlieand the living-room went movie-ish with a hand-
some projector and screen. Specials in the audience were her
hrouaM thS^i th\Sam Bra.law.kys. with her sister Sally, who
whh9her hu!& I6"'' and br0tJhe/ uMaX' Ricky Falk came' lo-
W .u t husbar-d. Lou as did her folks, the Jacob Sklows
To Cahf^ni; R,,a/nd JaCk MaIam"d- who're shortly moving
Jo California and young Arthur Gottliebs Arthur's wife is
peSsonIlitieT9 La,in' Rosita' ori9inally from 3S> 2?
show-It '',.,/ !':;. !. '"'f.'" our n I -Pinky Pineus. one-time I
TragdeallSetrhveicertfnVcrk ^SS KS" d?^htervof M" ***' **-
Di and Mrs l, ." I T "1,"n UeberaU. and Mrs. Miriam
. _,.,. nTobin late Lewis Glass.
Ht-KS h'e ,buredeoutW,5aDeS flBJMff.iS
ON TOUR
Beach, and New York City, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy Edith, to Stu-
j art Shever Pines, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Seligson Pines, of
jPeekskill, N.Y.
A Decembtr wedding is plan-
i ned.
Miss Glass was graduated from
the Birch Wathen School, New
York City and attended Syracuse
University. She is the grand-
K? t:." .,;:'.,,r-,;,;;"">,,r'!".......,lc & >"^
S|5?JS f
t Mr. Pines was graduated fiom
I the Citadel, Charleston, S.C., and
tti nding the State University
Of N< w Y. rk Medical Coll,.go at
S\ racuse, .vhere he is a member
of Phi Delta Epsilon fral rnity.
Mr. Pine s served -,s a lieutenant
in the Army, in the European
rheatre Ol Operations, and
Beth Jacob Women
|To Elect Officers
Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob will hold its annual
; election meeting on Wednesday,
May 30, at 8 p.m. at David Whit-
man Hall.
Theme of the evening will be
"A Salute to Democracy and
: Freedom," in commemoration of
j Decoration Day. Participating
I will be Boy Scout Troop 61 of
the Miami Beach Elks, and the
Israelettes, a group of Young
Judaea children, sponsored by the
I Zionist Youth Commission.
The program will present in
song, d el.mation and dance the
spiritual ties which bind the past
and future of the two democra-
cies, the United States and Is-
rael. Members of the sisterhood
will take part in the piesentation
of the pageant. Efmm Mescheloff
will play the martial airs
Paula Tob|
Planning an early
wedding is Mia Pa* J
Toby, whose engager,,
(win Robert Drucker ha|,
nounced by her para*]
Mrs. Israel Toby, 1328 Si
j Avenue.
The bride-elect nsJ
from Miami Senior Kin?
and attended the Ussi]
atory I Music. She *||
<>f Mcglin Franchn.
School of Dance in Kw
Mr, Drui ker is the scut
":i" : Surfside aadS
Mi ss He was cradusW
Newl n High School and0
| of v.
liai Va. He attatf.
W ire Darnells]
men'- S *>] and
thi X.,vv ::H
W : 11
reserve officer in the 302ndrnedi- ,
cai battalion of the 77th division. Farr Bar Mitzvah
He is the grandson of the late
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Golden of
Ports that son BiHv ,. i- V,'i Newman ,and Turk. She re- r1an_ Buddy, at the U of F V !." i" R"*lph Field, rexas. Peekskil] and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
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Hadassah will hold its third an-
nual donor dinner on Sunday
May 27, at 6 Dm. at the Tro, adero
Restaurant, Miami Beach, accord-
ing to Mrs. Esther Ann Rimon,
donor chairman.
Assisting Mrs. Rimon are Ann
k'i .US' lreesi Sara Geltner,
publicity; Bea Bricklod. collec-
tions; and Edith Russman, pro-
The Bar Mitzvah of Donald
rarr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fair, 1109 S. W. 4th Avenue, will
take place on Saturday. May 26,
at 9 a. m. at Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
,_The. young man is a student at
Miami Beach Junior High School.
wn.e"\j"e ls class parliamentarian,
A kiddush in his honor will fol-
low the ceremonies. His parents
Will also fete him at a reception
at the synagogue social hall on
Sunday night at 9.
Shower For Miss I
Miss Barbara Ceciie
w )'. i ige to Mm|
Kabcenel] will takepla,tsl|
17. will be h< nored a! a la
and showi i to be givenoiL
day. May 26. by Dorothy El
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th new officers and Mrs. Irw.n
weinstein. program chairman of
H^, Kte'' ,M,ami Chapter of
Hadassah, will speak.

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IY 25, 1951
Jewish rhrkHan
sonally Speaking .
eries of family simchas is in the offing for Mr. and Mrs
Cohen of 3003 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach The
, are leaving for Port Chester, N. Y., on May 30 to attend
Jding of their granddaughter. Phyllis Katz, rn june 3
(ill then proceed to Teaneck, N. J., for the Bar Mitzvah
grandson, Barry Cohen, on June 16. They will return
July 4. .
* + *
I Leon H. Caplan, who has been visiting her brother-
3nd sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, left Friday for
ie in Chicago.
* *
jl Goldsmith, a resident of Miami for the past six years
jmerly of Des Moines, will leave here Sunday for New
there he will sail May 30 on the LaGuardia for a four-
Istay in Israel. While in the Jewish state, he will visit
>s and nieces residing in Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Idsmith is the father of Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, 1601 S. W.
PAGE 7 A
te.
* *
|. and Mrs. Harold Barkowitz, 5860 S. W. 11th Street,
Ice the birth of a daughter, Michelle Lynn, on May 11 at
(Sinai Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
rosd of Miami and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Annie
jiiz of Charleston, S. C. The baby's father is associated
ag Shoe Repair Shop in Miami Meach.
* *
Jebrating her twentieth birthday Saturday is Miss Phyliss
[Schermer. Miss Schermer, a student at the University of
is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta.
+ + *
Is. Jacob Lifset of 2131 S. W. 16th St. left for Hartford,
(this week.
* + *
h, Sidney Boeninger will fly to New York to attend a
[of weddings, graduations and other social events.
* *
kth Saal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, 1500
[12th Avenue, was valedictorian of the first annucl com-
aent of Hebrew High School. Sponsored by the Bureau
tosh Education, the exercises were held at the Miami
In's Club.
* + *
|rs' week, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon flew to Macon, Ga.,
id the wedding of Mr. Gordon's cousin. Jack Lincoln of
The bridegroom is also the nephew of Phil Somberg.
|Miamians attendina the wedding of Lincoln to Miss Zelda
of Macon were Mr. and Mrs. George Feller, Mr. and
^seph Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Alexander, Mrs. Eman-
Drdon, and Jerry Alexander of West Palm Beach. On
ky, the Harry Gordons flew to New York to attend a fu-
and returned Wednesday morning.

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Installation ceremonies of th* Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
h Women al th Sans Souci Hotel's Vendome Room find, from
fa right, Mrs. Charles Goldberg. Mrs. Blanche Lebow, out-
president Mrs. Ida Optner, president Mrs. Milton Weinkle
Mrs. Sally Nudleman.
Officers who will lead the Mount Sinai Hospiial Women's Auxiliary for the coming year arc,
front row. left to right, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Harold Spaet. vice presidents; Mrs. Max Dobrin,
honorary president; Mrs. Monte Selig. president; Mis. Louis J. Krensky and Mrs. Jack A. Ablir.
vice presidents. In the back row. left to right, are Mrs. Isaac Levin, parliamentarian: Mrs. Harry
Plaloff. auditor; Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. financial secretaries; Mrs. Max
Dreyer and Mrs. Fred Jonas, treasurers; Mrs. Morris Goldin. corresponding secretary: Ms. Leon J.
E1L recording secretary, and Mrs. Saul Herman, vice president. The officers were installed at the
annual meeting of the group Friday at the Saxo ny Hotel.
Ardmoie
Academy Women Schedule Dance
Plans for a Father's Day dance
and barbecue are being made by
the Hebrew Academy Women of
Miami Beach. The affair will be
held at the Kingston Hotel on
June 16.
An orchestra will play for
dancing and a floor show will be
presented, according to Mrs.
Louis Miller, chairman of the
event.
Assisting with arrangements
are Mrs. Ethel Cohen and Mrs.
Rosalind Nowak, co-chairmen,
and Mesdames Ruth Rubinowitz,
'. Dira Koretzkv, Ruth Fertel, B.
Stolter, L. Escott, Rose Genet,
Rose Richter. Louis Makovsky, J.
Udell, G. Kimmel, J. Shapiic. J.
Katz, Rose Kogan, I. Wessel, M.
Mamches, Harriet Pazol, I_j'y
Stone, P. Grundwerg, Sam Rein-
hard, N. R. Reinhard, Alan Scnn-
tag and Malech.
Paul Elliott Kamsler. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kamsler. 750
H. W. 10th Street, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May
Hi at 9:30 a. m. at the Downtown
Synagogue. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
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Mrs. Fannie Abrams was hos-
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Mother's Day luncheon on May
16. Mrs. Pauline Chill was chair-
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*Je1stFtcrMian
lU-iwU Zionist*
To Si'.il Leader*
.Sunday Xiglil
tallation ol ofl i
- >l the Miami Beach Zion-
" Disl id will be held Sun lay,
v 2'. .it 8 15 p.m. in the patio
I Jewish Cen-
laniel M.
. IK G
an, men thi national
< xecutive, Zionisl I
Ami .i .
: S >Uth Fli
Installing officer will I
Irving !.. :
installed
president. Han'!,! Shap
sidi ts, Dr David S. Andron,
Danii I M Broad, Bon Zion Uins-
burg, I. R. Goodman, Fn I Ji
and Ehiel Lesowodi i: financial
retary, Joseph Pardo; record-
-. Murray Gi
r, Irvir.g S I man;
lirectors,
J>:dge Kenneth Oka.
:. author of
known .. Ei g]
., "Jewish
v. : iesl
n V.....] si lections will be
Mrs. David Druck
' Judy N( ki
rt work : G
s
Beth David Sisterhood, PTAf Men's Club TSS^^^S
To Install Officers At Delano Sunday T wh.....- Ukgm
iS
all th,
Whit
Fra
The Whitman Democratic Club
ol Miami Beach, Inc., a non-profit
corporation, is endorsing Candi-
dates B( rnard A. Frank. Bum. .-
Roth, n. Lee Powel] and M
Lib* rman f u Miami Beai
coum il,
club, whii i
several hundi d n n an I
en is conducting a vigorous i
paign in promoting the can
of thi se men.
Th i organization's charter was
signi d by Circuit Judy,. G, .
E. Holt in May, 1350. Its pur- '
are "to promote and ad-
van,. the cause of the Democrat-
ic party in the Citv of Miami
Beach in particular, and to also
I
"Aft,

-itet
!
ted on
">8 recoras
.. ^
:'-Judge fa,|"
'
aid, advance, encourage and pi-,,. year*. "
mote the candidacv of al| honesl : :''
and qualified persons
mest .
seeking '::
nomination or election to public I Ji.". "He >s
under the Democratic ban-
offici
ner.
Th, Rroup has beer, holding
regular meetings at its clubh
at H4H Oce.m Drive. Officers are
David Whitman, president, s. ,.]
c" net, vi, e president and secre-
Courshon Calls For
Charter Revision
.. : Mi
activitii
...
".' -' when
'" I a total popula-
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neffmencii I ; .,,..
'rations :, t,
' '" |ated pe,..
.
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t that 1
- Associated l'h.to
Mrs. Harry Laufer. r.ewly elected president of lhe Beth David
Sisterhood: Phil Abrams. president of the Beth David Men's Club-
arc. Mrs. Ernest Sussmann, president of the Beth David PTA
will be installed at ceremonies Sunday. May 27. at 7 p m. at the
Delano Ho.el Miami Beach.
REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE FIRST
si >i>n n day r.uip
The Finest In Child CareExperienced. Friendly T,
Shapiro Still In Race
iuncil
meed that hi
' the rac,
m the
' tha1 nothei Bea< h attorney
rbert S
--lap. a lively supporting
an opposing candidate.
A oint inst
f th Beth
PTA and
M< ::'- club will be hi Id Sunday,
Maj 27, at 7 p.m. at 1
H tel, Miami Be;
Toastmistri ss ill be Mrs.
? rdon Mrs. Max Shapiro
will preside at cerem mi, s for
officers of the women's groups,
Hai ry (; irdon will p.
foi the men Mrs.
M-,il: 'ci M n hi will offer the
invocation, and Cantor Mamches
will pri sent vocal selections.
: Max S will be
ipa] speak
Chairmj n ol th ev, nl is Mrs
A isting her
ervatioi \: Sam
' :.,! Mrs..
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1 E. D. M, ,
I' -. 1.
PI N
third vi .
Sidney Pozei
Mrs. H
., ;' : iry; Mrs
Max Sii gel, meml ei hip
'ry: Mrs. Herb I
Jacob Gorman, Abraham Kasow
Bernard Sterling, Isadore Ber-
man. Ida Hartz, Sam August, Eh\
Hink s.
PTA officers include Mrs. Ern-
est Sussman, president; Mrs. Sam
Leviten, vice president: Mrs-
Bernard Plotkin. recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Dolly Rosenberg
corresponding secretary; Mrs
Bernard Schreidell. treasurer
Members of the PTA board are
Mesdames Louis Fleishman. Har-
old Berney. Louis Schwartzman.
Jules Weiss. Phil Abrams. Sam
Plotkin. David Parnes. Roy
Mack. Morris Rabinowitz.
Leading the men's unit are Phi]
Abrams, president; Phillip Schiff
vice president; Dr. Rov Mack'
seen tary; living M. Rosen, treas-
ure! .
club board con I
of H irold Si gal, Le >m : Si
g' I Plotkin. \Vill,am
' Oscar Rappaport,
Maury Baum. Maun,-,. Rabino-
w ,' B( na I Scl n, ler, Sam
Harrj Diam i i. Harry
AI"xL'.",i"'*,' Jules Weiss
and Frank H
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June graduates ol Rho Chaptei
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Aronovitz, Max Jai
h Kaplan, David Parnes,
Weiss, Herman Goodman,
Rabinowitz. Max Bergman,
David
It's Time For A Change!
''"' A!Pha P. at the Univer-
sity of Miami will be feted at a
; 'iv.v.-ny Mra Matilda R
.^.a th,,vv,|lu|,, Hotel. Mi-
anu Beach, on Saturday night.
Graduating seniors to be hon-
ored are Patricia Bcsner. X,
SftnafDo,othy s
The sorority alumni club is as-
Mst.n. Mrs. Ratner with arrange-
ments for the affo,r g
m.

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I
|Y 25. 1951
dates
[eetin?
Lting and installa-
\s and board of di-
YM & WHA of
Twill take place on
13, at 8:30 p. m. on
the Y.
|tong committee, un-
manship of Albert
Bsent a slate of of-
Ts of the committee
Gertrude Miller,
sinkle, Mrs. David
factor Eber, Malvin
ad Mrs. Melvayne
| to the election and
officers, the meet-
ture the premiere
fcf the Beach Y Sym-
|tra, dancing to the
yer Marks and his
refreshments.
*Jelstncrrtiw
The Playgoer
'Chalk Circle' Is Lively Musical Drama
of
JCA To Present
'Night off Music'
An unusual amount of en-
thusiasm is being stimulated by
"Night of Music," which will ho I
| Association at Flamingo Park
Band Shell on Thursday evening,
June 7, according to Abe Cohen!
co-chairman of the social events
planning committee of JCA.
A committee to solicit patrons
for this musical event has been
organized under th
of Mrs. Leon KaDl
with her are Leaif Kapl^*M^ I^V1 f P
Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Milton Sn kin i,,c Freedom Players are a
Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Louis i _La.ml Beacn, group which pre-
PAGE9A
musical direction adds consider-
ably to the effectiveness of the
production.L. A.
Ejects Listed
)ecision of Israel's
ity in the Huleh
discussed Friday,
j:30 p. m. over Sta-
jby Norman R. Ly-
ler and commenta-
Schachter's Jewish
\c on Sunday, May
over the same sta-
!"The Bond Between
Israel as Bulwarks
itanan Aggression."
Play-
"The Cauca-
sian Chalk Circle" lacks in pro-
fessional polish is amply compen-
sated for in spirit and vitality.
The Bertolt Brecht play with a
score by Mark Bucci, which has
had six performances in a con-
verted warehouse at 715 Wash-
h" CdpS !Lngton Avenue'Miami Bcach- wil1 i
^'t;Si5^^narnSatu'day-Mayi
Glasser, Sam Soitlin. Leo Shem- s er, Mrs. Benjamin Miller Harold P er>tely by members of the
Thurman, Paul Sobel. Ben Essen ; eomm"n"ty. This is their second
Rosalie Goldberg, Sidnev Palmer' ? venturP. the first having
Mai Englander, Leo Huberman' un year's highly successful
Joseph Duntov and Judge Ken- e Crad'e Will Rock."
This year's offering is consid-
erably more complex than the
Mark Blitzstein opus. It is a bub-
bling bouillabaise, concocted of
numerous messages of social im-
port, ranging from the futility of
war to the crying need for jus-
tice, and seasoned with biting
r's Day Fete
f Congregation Beth
plans for a pre-
swim party and
p on Sunday, June 3,
it the home of Mr.
xander Rosen, 3155
je, Coconut Grove,
H Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
KENT CEASE
neth Oka.
In addition, committees have
been set up in each of five agen-
cies of JCA to promote this pro-
gram. In the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center the committee is
headed by Paul Sobel and in-
cludes Abe Cutler, Mrs. D. M
Gordon, Mrs. Rose Shlivek, Mr.
Paul Gertman, Mrs. Theodore
Berman, Irving Saal, Monroe
Gelb, Mrs. Myer Forer and Elene
Futerfas. In the North Beach
Branch of JCA the committee,
consists of Miss Phyllis Wilson, packed house Saturday night; for
Miss Buddy Wolfson, Mrs. Joe I everyone seemed to be having a
Goldberg, and Mrs. Harry Weitz- I wonderful time. In the long run,
man. this is the best and final test.
In Hialeah-Miami Springs Jew- As the plav opens, an uprising
iish Community Center, Mrs. Ada is taking place in Grusinia, which
j Roseman, Mrs. Irene Becker, Mrs. j the program decribes as "any-
|Francine Weinstein, and Mr. and where." The high-handed gov-
| Mrs. Raymond Lord are the mem- \ ernor is killed in the melee, and
i bers of the committee. Mrs. Ben ] his equally high-handed wife is
Clein, Robert Tauber, Ben Jonas, ; forced to flee. In her haste to get
Joe Shankman, and Nathan Adel- j away, she is separated from her
man are the representatives of I child, Michael, who is picked up
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu- [ by a peasant girl, Grusha. Then
nity Center. From the YM&WHA follows the flight of the girl and
of Miami Beach the following are
members of the committee: Leila
Gross, Mrs. Anna Goldberg, Mrs.
Bea Huberman, Ruth Haber, Rose
Thaler, Daniel Brinskin, and
Harry Rose.
to mind Little Eva's escape across
the ice. During the course of the
flight, Grusha adopts the baby as
her own, and keeps him for four
or five years until his real moth-
er, attempting to gain the child's
inheritance, seeks to secure the
boy from Grusha. The case is
tried before Azdak, whose rise
to judgeship the play also chron-
icles.
The music is generally undis-
tinguished, except for the very
moving "Song of the Rotten
Budge." The lyrics are simple
and have a somewhat folksy
quality.
I Acting honors go to Boris Prit-
cher, whose portrayal of Azdak,
the half-god, half-man is done
with Mephistophelian gusto. Prit-
cher, who doubles as production
manager, has a pleasant singing
voice.
Credit for the play's brisk pace
goes to Tally Brown, director and
guiding light. Miss Brown also
alternates with Marilyn Kaufman
in the role of Grusha.
rates orchids.
1 Though strict academicians would
strenuously object to the dis-
| unity of the play, there was ap-
parently no academicians in the
the baby into the mountains, a
process which somehow brought
of Failure to
roper Fire and
Interruption
:e.
Ha-
will
May

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that will prevent you
11 in.: the full amount of
r be entitled to rate reduc-
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I have more insurance than
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iu two or more policies.
in
' uot have the best policy
for a particular purpose.
Leadership Group
Back From Israel
The seventh class of the
bonim Leadership Institute
return from Israel Friday,
25. aboard the liner S.S. Brazi
The students, specially selected
for leadership potentialities, rep-
resent thirteen cities in the Unit-
ed States and Canada. Upon their
return these young people will
fullfill positions of central leader-
ship in Habonim and in the
American Jewish Youth Com-
munity.
Participating in the course was
Harvey Goldberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. Goldberg of Miami.
The Habonim Institute, a course
for young leaders, was established
in 1945. Until two years ago,
when the institute site was trans-
ferred to Israel, the course was
held under the auspices of the
Jewish Teacher's Seminary or
New York. Over the past seven
years the Habonim Institute has
graduated over 180 youth lead-
ers.
During their eight months of
study in Israel the students fol-
lowed an intensive program of
studies which included Hebrew,
contcmporiry problems of Is-
rael, geography of Israel, songs
and dances of Israel, Jewish his-
tory, Bible, Zionist ideology, and
courses in group leadership.
Aside from their program of
studies the group visited and
worked in a number of agricul-
tural settlements.
An official welcome will be
tendered the group on Sunday,
May 27, at Washington Irving
High School, New York City, at
8:30 p. m.
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chairmen of the program, which
will also include several variety
acts.
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To buy only in
Vaad HakaThruth u 1 D 2 displayed;
And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H.
n 1 0 i aTThis is the only identification which proves
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
To buy your chometz only in stores and bakeries which
For
sold the.r chometz at Passover
Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Telephone 5-3595
818 Michigan Avenue bel Treas.
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootm. aecy.
Israelite Center To
Discuss Construction
Of Class Rooms
Plan for the construction of
classrooms will be discussed at
the next meeting of the Israelite
Center on Tuesday, May 29, at
8 p.m. at the center, according to
Irving Sperling, president.
The center religious school will
hold a picnic on Sunday, May 27,
at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Platoff Honored
For Israel Bond Sales
Mrs. Harry Platoff sold 38 Is-
rael bonds in less than ten days
to take honors as Greater Miami's
top salesman prior to the recent
"Salute to Israel" rally at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Mrs. H. C. Moser was runnerup
with 36 bonds sold. Mrs. Platoff
was presented with a wristwatch
for her efforts by Mrs. Golda
Myerson, Israel's Minister of La-
bor.
Ruth Wolkowsky Greenfield's

Listen to
WFEC
Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
^ MARCIE
LIBERMAN
Should Be Re-Elected Your Councilman
1. Perfect attendance at council meetings for
7'/j years.
2. Mayor of Miami Beach. 1947 If49.
3. Recognized as "watch dog" of oar city's
treasury.
4. Obtained additional playqroimd facilities for
Miami Beach children.
5. As Mayor, helped establish and broke qroaad
for Auditorium.
6. Active in City's purchase of layshore Gvlf
Coarse
7. Encouraqed Air Forces to trala personnel her*
in th* last war.
8. CarrieffOa continuing battle for separate
Miami beach pest office.
9. Helped oriqinate Junior Tennis Tourney in
Miami Beach.
10. Spearheaded Miami Beach relations with
Cuba, Latin-America.
11. Originator of Miami Beach's off-street parking
program.
12. Participated in development of
Miami Beach Youth Center.
13. A leadinq banker and outstand-
ing business-man who has
Miami Beach's best interests
foremost in his mind and heart.


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FRIDAY
Hlailassah Slates Beth David School
Upward Dinner Sets Closing: Rites
ban Recovering
After Collapse
NEW YORK, (JTA>- Ambas-
Greater Miami chapter of Ha- Closing ix> >'" Ht'th
dassah. comprising 11 groups, David Surday School are sched; gadoi Abba S Eban, o "
Will hold its annual reward utad \ Sunday May i from o^
n at the Saxony Hotel. SgSLl^ndX ting of the UN Security
I iday, May 25 at noon, climax- <*>' ;;' l--vArftAJ ,l, l of Council, was .cported to be "rest-
- ffhe fund-raising year. f^" j "lee"!
Approximately 4o0 women wh for outsta / .
. ned a minimum of S50 for Ha- nts. ""/' '' ,lu n
dissah projects during the year standard bearer and custodian, Russ al lining, i res man
xpected to attend. Reva Shapiro and Irwin Cotzin, ordering Israel to suspend -m-
Mrs. Leo Chaikin. chairman, will formally tran J itely *"i5
) ,. announced the program ish and ^'^'^ '\ ,.', ,
. v.e as "The Spirit of Light." n lect. I standard bearei ,..,,. of the
: -ATwrBifini S-as.ggr^^ .a.*a2ra2a
l u-ge of the program.
Mrs. -Max Weitz will direct a
aid cusioaian. l/vm'i.. .->....- m "> o..... j
del! and Marshall Shapo, aid will turn. Ambi Eoan P'n'<|
charge them with the duties and ,,ut t,, the Security Council that
Lives, k ..,..- j raei. r
the outstanding boy ana t[u. rcsoiution while it was in
,. the ninth year class. thl, ma^ina and on the same day
will be awarded to War- contlnued to speak against it be-
- Teitelman, state winner o fore ,, w;K tak(.n to a votl. He
> Barton's essay contest, and ... _, h,d to ]eave the
i will direct a responsibilities of their respec- thl. re80lutiori i, an insult to Is-
F.Vit and the guest speaker will ti* ,,..,,,. XTiese posts are giv- raej i[,. < Mrs. I. D. Shapiro, national i.n ,0 the outstandi:-.g boy
l.jard member of Hadassah. gjr] nf tue mnth year class.
Arrangements are being han- prj70< will be awarded to War
died by Mrs. Sol H. Leslie with ren
ejecial floral effects by Mrs. Jack lne t
I dell. The invocation will be of- Dorothv Schreicell. runnerup.
s-.red by Mrs. Muny Grossman, Melvin Bialeck, Sheldon Haf:- ^;"'a'j'0Jr"ted A docto/established
Florida regional president. er. Marilyn^ Kutnlck and tej ^ h was ,uffering from nerv-
Birthday Party Planned from Beth David Hebrew School "VtaSToffldol here said
Golden Age Friendship Club of g^ IchZFor v-tS that the adoption of the resolu-
Sudente will receive Bar Mitzvah tionbythe *euxJttoffl**
certificates.
felt faint ar.d had to leave the
session just before the resolution
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will hold a birthday par-
1 f >r members on Sunday, May
2', at 2:30 p. m.
'Rhythm Roundup." a revue
|i iduced by the Miami Daily
"clearly an appeasement of Syr-
ian aggression." A feeling of re-
sentment against the council's
adoption of the resolution was
also felt in American Zionist cir- .
Auxiliary Holds Social
l.iouutca uy me miwiu isuuj LuuU D Brandeis Auxiliary
J ws Youth Roundup, will high- ]99 F..ee Sons of israel. held a cl?s.
light the afternoon. social at the Seacomber Hotel.
The forum group of the club Miaml BMch on Thursday. May Gettinaer Reads Paper
v ill wind up its seasons activi- 0i at 330 p m uc y ~~
< Tuesday. May 29. at 2:30 j Entertainment was provided At Atlantic City Meet
]. m. with a special program. by ,,.., and Donna March, radio Max c Gettinger. director of
Five Teen-agers
Ileeeive (amp
Scholarships
Shapiro. Martin.
'-onion Team I'p
In Council Rare
3 : I Iting from the roof tops is
] : illy as well as figural
I >ing carried out by Har >ld Sha-
t 1, Jack D. Gordon and Frank
Martin, I
i bv the Good
t nmenl I.- 1 iue, Five teen-age Miamians have
tform built ibeen selected to be campers at
the roof of 1 I ry the national Young Judaea camp.
lingl :. 51 and Tel Yehudah. located at Tel Noai
\ ;.. I. Nil.
Id Th( y are Sandra F igel and
. I 3< F Beth El C
... R in 1 F ix of Sabi 1 Cl
... Petah
Chapter, and J
''' '
to S. A. G
n of the Greal
" Y to pre-
....
in Community Planning" at the
annual convention of the Nation-
al Conference of Jewish Social
\v ki 1 in Atlantic City.
Other Miamians participating
in the sessions were Mrs. Maurice
Gr issman, Gus Jacobson and Al-
bert Comanor.
I



: l ties. it
' Mrs. J
I f Pardo. 1 Mrs. 11 C
I- M u Mrs. Henrv K Soil
16 '' n .,-. ;.: H. Gerstei
: but Sat- I Mr. Harry J. S >nz an I M A
n. Cut:
Israel Mourns For
Education Minister
Tel Aviv (AJP)
-The first of the
37 singers of U-
el's Declaration
'f Independence
0 pass away. 04-
e.,r old David
lemez, Minister
1 Fcincation. was
nourned here tins
eek. Remez died
'f a cerebral
hemorrage last
Saturday in Ha-
dassah Hospital in Jersualem.
Remez's death marked the first
important loss through death to
th edominant Mapai party To-
gether with Ben-Gurion, Remez
was one of the founders of the
Labor group. He succeeded the
Prime Minister as secretary-gen-
eral of Histadrut, General Feder-
ation of the Histadrut and later
became president of Vaad Leumi.
the General Council for Palestine
Jews. He relinquished the post
upon the creation of the State of
Israel.
The creation of Israel found
Remez holding the Communica-
tions portfolio in Ben-Gurion's
Provisional Government. He held
that post until the recent re-
shuffle.
Remez was buried near Haifa
where he had worked in the vine-
yard shortly after his arrival in
Palestine 43-years ago as a young
pioneer from Russia.
itvrivk Jrights
MMinquvncy
"Influenced by racketeers and
hoodlums who have infested Mi-
ami Beach, the youth of the com-
munity have begun committing
serious crimes and this deplor-
able situation must be corrected
at once." candidate Morris (Moe)
Berick said in his campaign for
city council.
The candidate cited the case of
a group of boys who formed i: ate' and robbed Mia 1 i
Bi omes of more than
"T 1 boys take the attitude
3 & G Syndicate can
: I .
it. th y cai too," Berick said
'1 .:luence of t se 1 acke-
tei pi the fact that tl
ling to an .
:
: appalli
ti m, }', : ii k state
'' Cted to city com
heartedly I 1
1 tua law enforce-
md for the 1 si
: eation
ters where these yourgsters can
hours," I
ick Pxpl .ire i.
MAT)
Bk ynag igue to pl w W
Ki'C -w
result, a goal of jg5
'' ,::s,!""rt 30clJZ^
room, and auditon^*1
ine newest ideas ,j
bu'Wtngs as drawn UJ
architect, will be in "
provide a center
learning and recreau*
^nis marks one m,.
in the progress of ti-J
tion, which, since m 1
with its rabbi, Max S
its p.-esent faculty oh
cantor, executive and -
director, and 25 teach^
This initial group.
ly raised $25,000
building fund.
A parents commit^ J
ganized to supen-ise tj,|
of the campaign andto
the exact plans for desaj
Rabinowitz, chaimvm,iM
sisted by volunteers 1
Aronovitz, Isidor Langrej
ell Shapo. Ted Bramn.h
Bialik and Jerome WsJ
Lag B'Omer Danw
The Adult Social Gmal
Miami Jewish Coxmusjl
ter will mark Lag FokI
a patio dance on Satxu
26.
The group, which u <
j of single "over 28ers":
j alternate Tuesday eves,
session is slated for May]
'On the Tr:
ADLER'S EOSlI
Live Poultry Mans |
LOCAL RABO
FREE Delirery Ph. I
Under Rabbinical So]
We Sell Retail and WW
to Hotels. RestauiM
Butcher Shop.
1832 S.W. 8th Si
SKIN
A New Approadj
IN TREATMENT f
Df H. W. Haaj
9482 H.i'd'ng Ave.
I?0 IINCOIN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
" 'PHONE 5-2978 /
get the
honest
full quart!
get Clicquot Club
(Pronounced KUtK-O)
$et more of the -finest Fin. flcvor-oa.d flinfl.r
alo .. /ive/ir jparkling water ... and 4 ounces more
than many so-called "big" bottle*. Your best buyl
Bottled and Dist. by
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK, Pres.
Hy M. Morris is chairman and
Mrs. Ruth Giles, co-chairman, of
a ham dance to be held at the
Israelite Center. 3193 S. W 24th
Terrace, on Sa:urday. May 26. at
8 p. m. The ever.t is being spon.
sored by the Homo Owners 1
League. No. 1. Sou.h West sec-
tion, ?nd will be open to the pub-
lic. Other members on the com- '
mitlee are Mrs. Abraham Decho-
vitz. refreshments: Nathan Shen-
kin and Morris Goldenberg. deco.
rations and hall arrangements;
and Leon Blaker. ticket sales.
LONESOME
OVER FIFTY
Join Our Social and Cultural
Group.
Call 82-3774
8-10 A. M.
MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW
Wishes To Share a Beautiful
Hom-in Brickell Estates with
One Person or a Couple. Con-
venient 10 Shopping and Buses.
390 S. W. lit,, olreet
JACOB Sill A< HTKI
Director
Jewish Variety Hour
WMBMWednesday and Friday 1=30-2:00P-JJ-
Sunday: 3:00-4:00 P.*
WTTTSunday 10:00-11:00 A.K
Congratulates and Oilers Best WUi
For Continued Success
To
NORMAN R. LYONS
NewscasterCommentator
On the Third Anniversary of His Association
With'
SHARE
Pprt^n teW JhreeBroom
Ai p'iY F^7.lshed Home with
Air Force Officer's Wife. Re-
fined Jewish Couple Wanted.
Call After 5 P. M.2-6996
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Vote For
5
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J. J. "M
FARREY
mtami Beach <% ^^
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Your Former Building Inspector r<" ,
Your Vote and Support Apprecw


LY 25, 1951
|onor I nil
Id Annual
Sunday
guard >' the Nor-
ferown Post No. 174, J
Veterans, will hold
rial Day serv-
May 27, at 10
jni Nel o Cemetery,
the Jewish Vet-
I will be decorat-
which will
the commemoration
' }i:- M irris, past de-
ride:' of the State
: first lieutenant
iard. Rabbi Mur-
will speak briefly.
chaplain of the
chant the El Moleh .
followed by taps j
illeys fired by the
of the event is Os-
prt. senior vice com-
ihe post. Members of
throughout the area
to post their individ-
Bl this service.
Mrs. Fein Passes
Word has been received that
Mrs. Barnett Fein. moth, r oi
Mrs. Morris Alpert, passed away
in Springfield. Mass., on Sunday
May 20. b:n
called to
!) lore.
B Vlpert, Mrs Fein
is survived by
nett; a son. Irving; and a daugh-
ter, Ida: six grandchildrei
tive gre it gr indchildren.
Her grandchildren from Miami
Beach. Mrs. Milton Nussbaum
and Mrs. Robert Merritt, Hew
to Springfield to attend the fun-
eral which was held on May 2]
The family is sitting shiva at
the home of Irving Fein, 50 Ab-
bott Street. Springfield.
Requests Mail Address
Since it is the policy of Con-
gressman William Lantaff to an-
swer every letter and postcard
which comes to his office, he has
issued a request that all persons
writing to him include their mail-
ing address.
ZJgrt&nuMu}
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ell Jf ma.? ii m? 9?"V" lh RoneY Pla" Hotel for the tea which honored D. Lee Pow-
ino UomZTL rLkl mi I?"?' ^n^ay;.May are these hoilessei. In the front row. read-
Lwnd AW9V' X! Mesdames Rh?da M- Lvir.e. Rose Weiss. Lee Powell. Milton Weiss and
GlaTser Ernrn^Fri-nrt T* SfVSbL- J" ,lher,us,ual ord" e Mesdames Stella Moscow. Herman
Born E SHr.ll.nrfQ r R^b,ns' J* ?" J*Y Perlmutter. Harry Boonshofl. Charlotte
oorn. t. b. Holland. SL Grover Morrow and Morris Cohen.
[Sinai Takes Lead In Educating
ins At Medical Seminar
Physiciai
kai Hospital is taking
educating local physi-
argeons in the latest
and treatments of dis-
heart in presenting
nual seminar on car-
diseases this week
into hotel, according
Sortner, executive cii-
0 physicians fr >m
bi' this country and
fcttei ding the meet,
. i Fndav.
ly in this area, which
,i! ny persons suffer-
fe: t dise ises, it is im-
our physicians keep
a ; oew theor-
(i. i md treatment
tner said.
|ai Hospital, although
jtion, has recognized
ind has scheduled ap-
b. veral of the lead-
I and surgeons in
in the fields of the
Brain."'
he phases being dis-
h< seminar is arterios-
hardening of the ar-
Vohn Gofman, of the
I of California, is ex-
recent research he
j has conducted on the cause of
hardening of the arteries, par-
I ticularly in relation to coronary
'heart disease, Gertner said. "This
; appears to be the closest the
medical profession has come to
learning how this condition oc-
curs, and it has already led to
investigation of methods of con-
tinuing and even preventing this
dread disease." he
Other sp it the seminar
include Dr. Cli ude S. Beck, of
Western Reserve University
School of Medicine, Cleveland;
' Dr. David I. Al ramson, oi Mi-
chael Reese Hospital. Chicago;
Dr Samu I University
of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia:
Dr. Seymour S. Kety, of Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, I
delphia; Dr. Charles W. Robert-
son, of Massachusetts Memorial
Hospitals, Boston, and Dr. Otto
Saphir, of Michael Reese Hospi-
tal, Chicago.
In charge of arrangements for
the seminar is Dr. Milton S. Sas-
law. Assisting are Drs. Louis
Lemberg, Paul Plotkin, Jandon
Schwarz, David A Nathan, San-
ford Levine, Leo Levin, Harold
Rand and Rudolph Drosd.
Hospital Auxiliary To Sponsor
School For Practical Xurscs
>a(n1nlma,.xing a year in which over I m'"ee, was unanimously accept-
^9.000 hours were spent in the j ed. The new officers, who were
service of Mount Sinai hospital, installed at the meeting, are Mrs.
trie Women s Auxiliary of the Selig, reelected president: Mrs
hospital held its thud annual Louis Krensky, Mrs. Harold
meeting at the Saxony hotel Fri- Spaer, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
aay- ; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Jack
At the luncheon meeting, the I Ablin and Mrs. Saul Herman,
auxiliary announced it has un- i vice-presidents; Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
dertaken as its project for the recording secretary; Mrs. Morris
coming year the sponsorship of Goldin. corresponding secretary;
the educational program for a Mrs. Fred Jonas and Mrs. Max
School for Practical Nurses to Dreyer. treasurers: Mrs. Philip
begin in September. In making I Lefkowitz and Mrs. Maxwell Hy-
the announcement. Mrs, Monte I man, financial secretaries; Mrs.
president, presented the
first check for the establishment
of the school to Max Orovitz,
president of the hospital.
"We have made extensive stu-
dies Of various projects to which
we could best devote the funds
we have raised from our dues
and the profit-making activities
we have conducted at the hos-
pital. We feel that nowhere is
the need as great as in the train-
ing of personnel to staff the hos-
pitals and care for the sick of
Harry Platoff, auditor, and Mrs. i
Isaac Levin. parliamentarian. '
The installation ceremony
conducted by Mrs Max Dobrin,
honorary president.
National Hospital Day, which
occurred on May 12. was cele-
brated by the group in a review
of "Florence Nightingale" by Ce-
cil Woodham-Smith given by
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. At that
time the life and ideals of Flor-
ence Nightingale were brought
before the group which was or-
ganized on her birthday just;
the community," she said. "Our .
research has revealed that the j three years ago.
practical nurse is today a vital | Another feature of the pro-
part of the staff of any hospital, gram was the annual report, in
At Mount Sinai, we can not only which Mrs. Selig reviewed some
provide classroom techniques in of the achievements of the Worn-
practical nursing, but also clin- en's Auxiliary during the past
ical work in the hospital itself, year. This report was illustrated
Bob Brenner is handling the
directing chores for the Coral
Gables Jewish Cen:er production
of "The Jazz Singer," which will
be presented at the University of
Miami Box Theatre on June 2. 3
ar.d 4. Brenner is a veteran of
the theatre, having launched his
acting career at the age of 15 in
New York City Since coming to
Miami 12 years ago. he has been
active with the Civic Theatre
Group.
LEGAL NOTICES
We feel this program will do a
great deal towards relieving the
shortage of trained nursing per-
sonnel in this area." she added.
The slate of officers for the
by Jack Tannenbaum, caricatur-
ist.
The meeting was opened with
a prayer by Mrs. Cecil Baum.
Program chairman was Mrs. Dor-
coming year presented to_ the othy Fink. Also participating in
! the program was Mrs. Harry
j Kraft, who sang several selec-
tions in costume, accompanied by
Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein. Handling
the arrangements and reserva-
tions for the meeting were Mrs.
Harry S. Aberman and Miss Ruth
Freedman.
membership by Mrs. Aaron Farr,
chairman of the nominating com-
Abbott Sets Rally
For Saturday Night
Candidate Jack Abbott con-
cludes a week of intensive cam-
paigning on Saturday night w'th Student Honored
a rally at his headquarters. 237 Oiuaeni nonorea
Janice Prod, daughter of
and Mrs. David Prod. 1015
46th Street, Miami Beach, was
elected to Nu Kappa Tau. high-
est honorary for women at the
J. John Gofman
Camp Carlyte
For Boys and Girls
Hendersonville. N. C.
South's Outstanding Jewish Camp
ONLY $400 For Full Eight Weeks
Includes Free Horseback Riding
and Golf Instructions
5th Street 'old Amvet Hall.
Abbott ha.s invited all fellow
candidates to share time with
him, the speaking order to be de-
termined by drawing names from
a hat. The meeting ..pens at 8 p.m.
Friends of the candidate held
a recaption for him on Wednes-
day at his precinct 20-27 head-
quarters, 527 41st st. He had
opened ins current drive for votes
last Saturday with a rally at-
tended by 600 persons at North
Shore park.
Abbott charged the incumbents
"have 'ailed in their responsibil-
itv to conduct the city's business
with dignity and decorum; have
failed to give decisive action in
urgent matters; have failed to
provide adequate improvements
and services; and" to render prop-
er law enforcement." He offered
a constructive program designed
to meet all those points at issue.
Every Cabin Completely Modern
with inside; Sanitary Facilities
Doctor and Nurse on Premises at All Times
Represent: tive
* M. SEIGEL
Meridian Ave.
ami Beach. Fla.
Jone 58-8359
Girls' Head Counsellor
MRS. A. A. HAYDEN
2145 S. W. 19th Ter.
Miami. Fla.
Phone 48-5490
^w caw yi xm.
i jj o n u pm *"S& *yov snti
itabbl Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Arenu*
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
University of Miami. Miss Pred,
who is a junior, was chosen on
the basis of leadership, scholar-
ship and service.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX TI1K IIMTIT I'oniT OP TUB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCl'IT
OF' FLORIDA, IN AND Pi >ll DADH
COl'NTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
141238.
ALBERT B. PARENT. Plaintiff, vs.
DOROTHY Q. PARENT,
i lefendant.
T<>: DOROTHY O. PARENT
t Blackhorie Pike
W. Collingswood Heights
Mi. Ephrlan Post Ofl
Nf Jersey
vor an i iuln to bi r\ a
,.f your answer t<> the i.ili of com-
plain! for divorce on plaintiff* at-
torney, and i" file the original an-
swer in the Office of the Clerk of
th, pirciiil Court on or before tin-
25th day of June, 1951. othi
the bill of i ompl ilnt for
tofon filed herein, will be I .....! bj
DATED Hi Miami, 1'. >
West !2ti i day of Ma> ISSI.
I- 11 LEATHERMAN,
. ". i h of ili. i 'In ':n >' >urt.
I I lUrl S.:ill
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Las: Performance Saturday Evening. May 26th
"ZJhe Caucasian Chalk Circle"
Sensational New Music Drama!
Freedom House715 Washington Ave.
All Seals $1.50. Including Tax Curtain Time. 9 P. M.
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FRIDAY. MAY 25. 1951
SEC. E
sh-S4ate Opponents 'lAtokinu
\rijument.' MeUrath Mletorts'
I
ORK (AJP)Attorney
. Howard McGrath, un-
from national Jewish
stant spokesmen for a
iitement decrying the
1 separation of church
refused to reverse his
week and instead re-
his opponents as "peo-
ut a cause who are just
for an argument."
*h made the statement
_n interview with an
[i Jewish Press reporter,
view followed a speech
rath at the annual din-
lawvers division of the
Dewish Appeal of Great-
York.
to comment on a demand
bfeffer, associate general
the American Jewish
that he apologize for
id before the National
educational Association
rd Kane Named
\ Council
d Kane, vice president
:antile National Bank and
nt Dade county civic lead-
been appointed to the Na-
ouncil. Joint Defense Ap-
was announced by Sid-
[oycr, Youngstown, Ohio,
Council chairman,
iational Council is the top
jng body of the Joint De-
appeal, fund raising arm
nti-Defamation League of
I'rith and American Jew-
mmitte. Membership on
jtional Council is selected
Outstanding national leaders
ield of organizational pro-
ng to combat intolerance
ild democratic group un-
iding.
e in the recent Dade
on March 30th that "if anything.
the church and state must n >t
have any fence between them,"
McGrath tinned to an aide ind
retorted. "Who is this Pfeffer and
why should I answer him?"
U. S. 'Materials Plan'
Told To Businessmen
Southeastei n
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mis-
sissippi. South Caarolina and
Tennesse attended a regional
meeting in Atlanta on Monduv to
discuss the government's newly-
istablished "controlled materials
plan."
This plan, similar to that fol-
ny should I answer him.' ,,,,',,,,, .'"'
The aide shrugged his shoul- \?V** m ** ls be,nf "Jft"
ders. Later the same aide claim- llshl;(l s" that appropriate allot-
ed that Pfeffer had misunder- ,ncntb *"* materials may be
Pfeffer, speaking before the
University of Chicago Law
School, asserted last week that
"at the best, McGrath owes the
American p.ople an apology." ,
"The 1-ounding Fathers," he said, tional defense, he said.
^^n^W^^hSh8^ Manufacturers using, steel, cop
The Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau of Greater Miami will hold
its 31st annual meeting at a
brunch Sunday, Mav 27, at 10:30
a. m., at the Shelborne Hotel,
Miami Beach.
The Bureau is a member of the
Community Chest, tthe Welfare
Planning Council, and the Great-
usinessmenfomierf(.Miami J,cwish deration. It
1 offers family ager.cv services to
Jewish persons in Dade county,
and assists in the readjustments
of displaced persons being re-
settled in Miami from Europe.
New nominees for the board of
directors are George C'rertkof,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, J. M. Kopelo- j
witz, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, I
William Pallot, Dr. Emanuel j
Pushkin, Leo Scheiner and David ^
Catsman. Nominated for re-elec- I
tion" are Benjamin Meyers, Her-
bert Scher. Mrs. Monte Selig and
made, explained Marion A. Leon-
ard, Miami district manager of
the U.S department of com- Judge Harold Spaet
merce. It is part of the overall ________
program of the National Produc- '
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materials in short supply for na-
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Beth David PTA will hold its
annual picnic on Sunday, June 3,
at Crandon Park.
separation between church and and aluminurn will be caiied General chairman of the event
state and in fact strongly oppos- ^ lo stato ^ reQuire:tlent8 is Mrs. Isidore Bakst.
ed any use of the public funds f th th months beginning Games and contests are being
for any religious purposes pre- j, j on fo|.,ns now bei mahed pianned for children and prizes
cisely because they feared such ,mt bv NPA will be awarded.
use would be an opening wedge
whose enlargements would
threaten that wall."
Showing not the slightest sign
of seriously considering a public
apology, McGrath sidestepped
comment on an editorial by the
Christian Century, a Protestant
publication, which called upon
McGrath to resign and demanded
that President Truman remove
him if he did not resign.
Jewish Centers Association Will
Operate S Summer Oaig Camps
JC V Art 4roii|i
Reeeni ly Formed
A new amateur arts group,
sponsored by the Jewish Centos '$'*
Association of Greater Miami,
was formed on May 11 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Friedman.
The group will meet the sec-
ond Wednesday of each month at
the Miami Jewish Community
Center. Next meeting will be
June 13 at 8 p.m.
The new organization is under
the direction of Zena Posever,
art consultant for the JCA. Act-
Community Chest cam- Airman is'Mrs. Bertha Ras-
. and newly elected ticas M Edith Segal as co.
>f the Greater Miami Jew- K'n.'\
Iteration, Kane will particl- !chal"
Jn formulating policy and
bns on the fund raising pro-
fof the Joint Defense Ap-
both locally and throughout
on: try. .
For the second successive year
the Jewish Centers Association
of Greater Miami will operate
five day camps in Dade County.
Th(. camps, which will service
between 500 and 700 children
from 5 to 12, will be conducted at
tthe Miami Jewish Community .
Center, the Miami Beach YM & Centers
WHA, the Flagler-Granady Jew- 82-6556.
ish Community Center, the Hia-
leah-North Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and the North
Beach Area Camp at the Gros-
singer-Pancoast Hotel.
Opening June 18, all of the
camps will continue for eight
weeks, five days a week from 9
to 5 p.m. Group and camp activ-
ity will include games and ath-
letics, swimming, dramatics,
dancing and crafts under the
guidance and supervision of ex-
perienced counsellors who will go
through a week's training period
prior to camp opening. Transpor-
taion and refreshments will be
included.
Operated on a non-profit basis,
the Jewish Centers Association
camps will be guided by a city-
wide home camp committee head-
ed by Sylvia Freed
Further information may be
obtained by calling the Jewish
A s s o c i a tion office
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According to Presidents Mrs.
Jack Wien and Leo Steinman,
tickets may be secured from the
chairmen, David Fenton, and
Mesdames George Levenson and
Lew Huntington.
Proceeds from the spring affair
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FRIDAY
Candlelight Ceremony-
Held By Sisterhood
A candlelight ceremony instal-
led the officers and board of the
Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center on May '11 at Mi-
ami Beach Athletic e lub.
Installed were Mesdames
Harry Fein, newly-elected presi-
dent; Milton Kirshberg, first vice
president; Allen Acker, second
vice president: Ralph Lieberman,
third vice president; Aaron Gold-
man, treasurer; A In uis Mechlo-
witz, recording secretary; F
Briskman, corresponding secre-
tary; 11 Rosen thai, financial sec-
retary; Dave Hendel, social secre-
tary; Leo Steinman, historian;
Ltsu-r Lasky, parliamentarian;
Philip Fried, chaplain, and Mel-
vin Altman, Sidnye Burger and
Sam Jaffee, trustees,
Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual
leader, officiated and delivered
the invocation and benediction
Melvln Pazol. president of the
North Short Jewish Center, was
the jguest speaker
Miss Laurette Foster, popular
songstress, who has appeared at
the .Sherry Frontenac Hoi
marly months, and is now singing
it the Clover Club, enter-
accompanied b\ Alex Friedman,
pianist with Danny Yates' Or-
chestra of the Martini Cue Hote
may,
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At a recent luncheon at the Sorrento Hotel Mrs. Harry Ko- i
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Jewish Congress. Installing officer was Mrs. Louis Glasser (right).
Rabbi Irving Lehrman ( center i was guest speaker.
plan-
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: Is it proper accord-
Iwish tradition to select
re while yet alive, i. e..
ng it in advance? (T. T.,
New York.)
: According to the Mid-
Iviticus Rabbah, 5:5) it
iat such is a commend-
. From a passage in the
baiah Rabbi Eleazer de-
le principle that "A man
lave a nail or peg fixed
-letcry, in order that he
Ire by gain the right to be
|n that place." In some
it is even mentioned
Lfl men should visit their
testing place and study or
-is there so that the place
a hallowed spot. It must
ted out, however, that not
was in complete agree-
the subject. Generally,
jiatter of personal prefer-
lthough one cannot help
the strong recommenda-
favor of this practice.
tion: Why is it customary
the dead with the head
"West and the feet to the
JEWS IN SPORTS
U-M Schedules Student Recitals
By HASKELL COHEN
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
.lTh,OS.e.who. SM" cling t0 thc old idt'a that the woman's place is
in the kitchen had better take a look at the results of the swimming
tournament of the National Jewish Welfare Board and then think
things over.
The JWB's airmail swimming competition was significant evi-
dence of the extent to which women are coming int.) their own in
sports, as well as in other aspects of life. Of 400 entries, 150 were
women!
TOPFLIGHT MERMAIDS
The conhsts produced some outsta'ding performances ly the
mermaids." Competition was via airmail, that is with the events
run off in individual pools throughout the country and results sent
in for compilation to the rational otfire of JWB.
The Detroit JCC came through with the first place team award
in the 20-yard pool category, while the Pittsburgh YMHA took
first in the 25-yard pool classification. Coming on the heels of
Detroit in the 20-yard events were, in the following order: Chi-
cago. Plainfield. N. J., Omaha. Trenton, Akron. Elizabeth. N. J.,
and Kansas City. And in the other category, Pittsburgh was
trailed by Baltimore and then the 92nd Street YMHA of New
York.
Star of the tourney was the outstanding Aaron Kurtzman of
Plainfield, who is Eastern Intercollegiate breast stroke champ and
is a top man on the Seton Hall tank squad. He did the 100-yard
breast stroke in 1:02. and the 200-vard breast stroke in 2:25.
FIRST OF SEASON
They say the first one is the hardest. Al Rosen of the Cleve-
land Indians took a little time, but finally blasted his first home
run of the season on April 28 in the second game of a doubie-
header against the Browns. the valuable third-baseman started on the road that Rosen fans
hope will lead to a repeat performance of last year, when he was
home-run king of the American League, with 37 to his credit. He
batted .287 for the season.
Switching from thc baseball diamond back to the basketball
court, Madison Square Garden days are over for the basketball team
>rk's City College, at least for the time being. The city's
The U-M School of Music will
present three student recitals
during the week of May 27.
On the evening of May 28, stu-
dents from the classes of Max-
well Lepper, Ralph Roth, Jeffrey
Stoll and William Sweitzer will
be presented in a piano recital j at Beaumont
at Beaumont Lecture Hall at 8:30 "
p.m. Participating will be Har-
old Rose, Constance Hansen, Ben-
ton Ham, Betty Haseltine,
Thomas Fiorella, Pamela Baker,
Charles Powell, Joanne Graham,
Daniel Paul, Barbara Bostick,
Marilyn Grayson, William Inglis,
Lewis Turner, Lea Spiwak and
Stanley Siegel.
On Wednesday, May 30, also
Lecture Hall at
8:30, Robert Barry, tenor, will
give his senior voice recital.
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Board of Higher Education has banned CCNY and other municipal
colleges from playing in the Garden as a result of the sensational
basketball fix scandal. Meanwhile. 12 former stars have been in-
dicted on bribery charges in New York. The ban on the Garden
comes as a blow to Coach Nat Holman, as he was known to favor
fnntinuing in the Girden. .
LIVE UP TO NAME
Abe Saperstein's fabulous Harlem Globetrotters continue to
pack them in all over the world. Among the latest triumphs was
an appearance in Rio de Janiero. Brazil, where more than 38.000
basketball fans saw the Globetrotters gain a 45-35 victory over
the Brazilian champs, A. A. Graaji. ...
The National Amateur Atrle>ic Union's one-wall doubles hand-
ball title was won at the City Athletic Club in New York by Myron
Alexander and Vic Elmaleh. They beat Irving Kirzner and bam
Bienstock of the Hebrew Educational Society of Brooklyn in the
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It diverts the pessimism
linking of the grave as final
one to thoughts of the
rth of the soul which has
to the heavens above.
A suggestion has been made to this column that sm*?"e
take the initiative in bringing some of South Afrrca s "^tandmg
Jewish athletes to the United Slates so American sportJan..can
get a look at them. Jewish sports activity is .0 widespread in the
Union that South Africa could send over athletes in a variety of
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evening. May 29, at the Sorrento
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president, Lewis Stern-
shein.
Subject of Judge Cypen'i ad-
. will be, "The Role of the
Young Man In M'nai B'rith." New
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lembers of the Frank Klein-
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ing services at 8:30. Rabbi Simon day school is from 10 to noon,
Apui will hold a class in the and Hcbn w school is held Mon-
y ol ithus o the fathers at days and W lays from 4 to
p. m. Mincha at 6:30 will 6 i
5:30
be followed by Shalos Sudos and Your.g Israel Synagogue of
Maariv. Sunday school is at 10 Miami Beach invites all
a. m. with Hebrew school daily fr.......thei : the country
from 3:30 to 6:30. Daily services now visiting in Miami Beach to
are held at i:30 a. m. and 0:45 attend its services They will be
IP- m- lu-ld Friday evening at 8:30, Sat-
Coral Gables Jewish Center urday at H a. m. and 0:30 p. m.,
| (Liberal) will hear Rabbi Morns and daily at 3 a. m. and 6:30
A. Skop discuss -Fact and Fiction I1- m-
About the Jews" at the Friday Hieleeh-Miami Springs Jewish
ling services at 8:15. This Community Center will begin
sermon will pay tribute to the 'i111' Friday services at 8:30 p. m.
YIVO. scientific study group.
During the Oneg Shiibat. Dr.
Meyer J. Click, active in local
Jewish affairs, will hold an open
forum. Saturday service and
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To rah study will be held at 9:30 n'8ht and Saturday services at
a. m. Cantor Joseph W. Malek 9 -L m
and Stephen Kcssler, organist, Temple Israel o! West Palm
will conduct thc musical portion Beach (Reform) will hold "rally
of thc services. night"' for the religious school on
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students. Cardies will
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president of the religious school I
student council. Friday evening
services will be held at 8:15.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
Will Be a Better Tomorrow."
services at :io when Rabbi Leon
Kronish will speak on "There
Will Be Be a Better Tomorrow."
Saturday morning at 10:45. the
Bar Mitzvah of Roben Stephen.
son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Leonard
. Gross, will take place. Cantor
Beth David (Conservative) will s j Kelemer wUj render the
hold EViday evening services al ica, portions of aU
6:30 and Saturday morning serv- closi Exercises for primary,
VkV V"w SJj!fdent services at elementary and Sunday sch
10:30. Rabbi Max Shapno and jj, bc heM ;u g.45 a m SumiuV.
Car.tor Maurice Mamches will ot-
ficiate. Closing exercises of the|
Sunday school will be held on,
May 27.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
form) will hear Dr. Narot discuss
"A Reform Rabbi Answers Some
Questions About Intermarriage"
at 8:15 p. m. Friday services. The
rabbi will discuss some questions
frequently asked by laymen such g ,., [0nowe(j by Mishna. Mincha
services at 6:30 under supervision ," .
of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and ufS1fVm*q!
Car.tor Louis D. Feder. Saturday '
morning services will be held at
8:30 when the rabbi will discuss
"The Year of Cessation." Satur-
day night at 6:30, the rabbi will
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the law and ethics of our fathers.
This will be followed by Mincha
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"Double Measures ar.d Double
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Closing exer- Abraham Sc. At 4:3u ., class
' religious school will Taimud ,v,i; be conducted. Min-
Sunday from 10 to II ehg aJ 5:30 wil, be followed by
> Shalos Sudos. Zmiras will follow
Israelite Center (Conservative! ^ Maariv wm complete the |
-olds daily services at 8 a. m. rvices Daily services at 8 a. m.
and 6 p. m. with Friday night follmvcd by a ciasg in Jewish
services at 6 and Saturday serv- L and cust0ms. Hebrew
point of vie
Cises of th
be held
a. m.
'Dade'Teilekal
ices at 9 a. m. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on the weekly
portion of the law. Talmud class
will be at 4 with Mincha at 5 fol-
lowed by Shalos Sudos. Hebrew
school is held daily Monday
through Thursday with Sunday-
school at 10 a. m. The religious
school will hold a picnic at Cran-
don Park on May 27 at 10 a. m.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:30 ar.ri Saturday at
school is held daily Monday
through Thursday from 3:30 to
630 p. m. Sunday religious
school is from 10 to noon with
r< gistration in the office daily.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold late Fri-
day evening services at 8:30
when Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, will be the
guest speaker. At the Saturday
a. m. under the direction of Rabbi, mornin(, gervjCe at 9. the rabbi
Alexander S. Gross. Saturda\ ^ preach on the portion of the
at 4-30 there will be a story hour
for the children of the communi-
ty. Refreshments will be served
and Hebrew dances and songs
taught bv Miss Bobbie Lauer.
Mincha will be held at 6:30 p m.
with Shalos Sudos following.
Services are held daily at U0
am and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday
morning services at 8.
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NEW YORK u\JP> The his-
toric visit to American shores by
two vessels of the Israel Navy
was curtailed tins week under
the orders from the Chief of Staff
of the Israeli Navy, the American
Jewish Press learned, and the
ships wer0 instructed to return
to Haifa.
The curtailment order cancels
visits late this month to four
prineip.il Southern ports, Nor-
folk. Savannah, Jacksonville and
Miami.
Both ships, the Haganah and
her sister vessel, steamed into
Philadelphia harbor on Sunday,
May 20th. and departed three
days later for Baltimore. They
are scheduled to sail up the Po-
tomac- to Washington on Maj
29th, then return to New Y
City for several days in dry doek
prior to returning to Is:
During the three-day dr>
period in New York both si
will be overhauled and I
e hooked.
The ships, manned by 200
and men of the Is..
Nai \ drew t:. mend >us int< n st
on their recent visit to New
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LY 25, 1951
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PAGE7B
'tween You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
[>yright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
J

\EVENTS:
Premier David Ben
isit to the United
i>ming to an end, all
estimates are b< ing
much his appear-
country helped in
is for Israel Au-
[sraeli circles here are
Israel will receive
Be times as much fi-
sistance from all
fthis country as com-
t year Incidental-
fhis talks with Presi-
n. the .'sraeli Premier
>t only American fi-
to the Jewish state,
tw the U.S. Govern-
jelp Israel get repara-
Germany for Nazi-
jish property Dur-
|y in New York, Ben
riled members of the
Rons with his linguistic
The Turkish dele-
yered that Ben Gui ion
Fkish fluently Not
the fact that in addi-
lebrew, Yiddish, and
also has mastery of
ksian, Polish and Ger-
>cidentally, in honor of
U, a New York publish-
-the Bloch Publishing
^arranged a window
the works written by
Premier They in-
e heavy volumes, in
his latest book "Israel
. The window dis-
united with Ben Gur-
and the Israel Flag.
a good deal of atten-
fcVD FIGURES___
ir eyes on Chi'-ago
-end One of the
Eici lit and far-reaching
in American Jewish
take place at Palmer
heie Community
m all parts of the
/ill gather to talk over
Iters in the presence of
|$< n Gurion ... On the
e JPA is doing very
year Here are a few
Crating the situation up
|onth San Francisco,
s passed the $1,000,000
still five percent ahead
Br Atlanta is now
55,000 and maintaining
rcent increase Bal-
nds at bettter than $3,-
d is still running 8 per
d of last vear De-
topped the $2,900,000
is running 15 percent
Kansas Citv has raised
n $1,000,000 "and is five
head of 1950 New-
gone by the $1,350,000
d shows an increase of
an 15 percent Cin-
bas about $900,000 in,
inciease standing at 12
Cleveland is just
the $3,000,000 mark and
14 percent ahead of last
. New York City has
' $20,000,000 mark and
of 1950 results in the
fading period Phila-
ftas raised more than $3,-
Jthus far an(j shows a 17
I increase Pittsburgh
m well over $1,500,000
percent ahead Dallas
<1 more than $746,000 to
is already ahead of last
Inal total Memphis
fcl the $350,000 mark and
no, 22 percent ahead .
Houston has more than $540,000
recorded and is already past the
total amount raised last year
Washington has exceeded $1,300,-
000 and is maintaining an 8 per
cent increase .
JEWISH HUMOR:
Nathan Ausubel who has done
an excellent piece of work in
editing his "Treasury of Jewish
Folklore" has now tried to do it
again by editing "A Treasury of
Jewish Humor" However, his
second effort can in no way be
compared with his first ... In
fact, there is more of Jewish
humor in his volume on folklore
than in his volume on humor .
His "Treasury of Jewish Humor,"
now published by Doubleday, is
a collection of short stories by
Jewish writers The stories
were selected because of their
humorous tone or contents, but
the selection will definitely not
satisfy those who know some-
thing about the works of Jew ish
humorists And many of the
"witty sayings" in the volume are
neither witty nor characterstic of
Jewish sayings Here again
Ausubel can be directed to his
volume on Jewish folklore where
he has a much better selection oi
Jewish sayings However, it
is only fair to point out that ..II
the translations of the stories in
the new volumiwhether clone
by Mr. Ausubel or othersare
kept as close as possible to the
spirit of the originals Most
of the stories an ti ted from
Yiddish, some from German and
some from Hebrew. .
Rabbi Silver Will Be
Program Topic Sunday
Harold Shapiro, narrator of the
program, "Builders of Israel",
will present a biographical sk-teh
ol Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, on
bunday, Mav 27, at. 1:15 p.m. over
station WINZ.
"Builders cf Israel" is a spe-
cial feature of the Yiddish Clas-
sical Hour of which M. Nasatir
is director and J Birnbaum is
social director.
Beach Student Honored
Alpha Delta Sigma's highest
award for undei graduate stu-
dents at the University of Flor-
ida, was presented to Louis
George Jacobs of Miami Beach,
at the first Annual Fourth Estate
dinner of the University in
Gainesville Friday night.
Quake Victims Get Aid
Victims of the recent El Salva-
dor earthquake will receive aid
from the Miami Beach Men's
Fashion Guild, Jules Gillette,
president of the group, an-
nounced.
The Guild will present $100 this
week to J. M. Garcia, who is
spearheading the relief drive for
money, food and clothing.
Two cities were destroyed, 1,-
200 persons killed and more than
30,000 left homeless by the dis-
astrous earthquake.
"rivato Schools
Form Association
The Private Schools A--
tior of Dade County has been or-
ganized to provide guidance to-
ward desired standards for all
private schools, and a basis for
self-analysis by member schools.
The Association has publis': e I
a standard form for objective in-
spection and evaluation, and be-
fore the end of 1951, all member
schools will have been inspected
and evaluated by an association
committee.
Officers elected for the year
1951-52 are: president, L. B. Som-
mers, Miami Country Day School:
vice president, Mrs. H. R. Mala-
mud, Abbott Gardens Private
School; secretary, Mrs. L. E. Cop-
pock, Riviera Day School, and
treasurer, Mrs. Ida R. Lear, the
Lear School.
Committee chairmen will pre-
sent a tentative agenda of activi-
ties for the year at an inaugural
dinner to be held the first week
in October.
A statement of the purpose and
plans of the association is being
readied and will be sent to Dade
County Superintendent of Edu-
cation, James T. Wilson, for re-
view.
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S64
QUESTIONS
by
AARON COURSHON
For Our City Council
wWn I did you elimi-
nate bus safety stop zones'
Are lives cheaper ihan ")
parking meters
""' didn't you buy
the Firestone Estate when
il was first ofiered you for
public beaches? You
could have saved us "}
millions at that time *
WHY
did you wait 4
; ears to buv parking lots,
south ol 15th street when
a S300.000 bond issue
made funds available *}
in 194fi in th"t purpose *
WHY
""' was it neces-
sary to pav SI5.000 inter-
est on the Darking lot "}
money for four years *
Le''s Make a Change .
ELECT
AARON
Courshon
Your Councilman June 5
"A Business Man For
A Business Job"
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Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Filth Sta.
Hebrew Religious SuppBaa
For Synagogue! and Private
Ufa. Also for Hebrew Schools,
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ma N. MIAMI. FI.A.
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Off fhe Record
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NAZIS ON THE MARCH ,. .
Am [nt. I :
numbei ol lountn. wei ': '"
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Fascism derives its strength from two main sources: Ger-
many and Argentina. One phenomenon is particularly signifi-
cant. The Fascist parlies in Germany. Bolivia, etc together with
Peron. are not prepared to ally themselves with the U. S against
the Soviet Union. They want to be "neutral" or. as in Bolivia,
are vehemently crusading against the U. S. A. The underlying
idea is obvious: A war in which the U. S. and the Soviet Union
would weaken each other would give Neonazism the chance of
re-emergir.g as a world power. In the meantime Neonazism
wants to function as a Third Forcenot aiming at peace but
basing its hopes on World War III. as in the days of the Weimar
Republic when fhe Nazis and Communists joined in the fight
against democracy. We are witnessing the same spectacle in
Germany and in more than one Latin American country.
fh( Manchesti r Guardian terms th< very stroi g sh iwing i
by thi N< mazis in the recent elections in L wer S x ny 'at once
the n ius and significant political event in post-war Ger-
many."
\v, observing only the first disastrous
the U. S. p Gern any. The V S is aiming at <-"
For 1 ton it is complacent toward the return of
to posit nfluence and atun ly resti i ing Gi i -
nv's indepei
TABLING TROUBLE
Unfortunately it cannot be said that American Jewry has
made a united and effective effort at enlightening public opinion
to the dangers of German rearmemenl. Mr. Isidore Lipschutz,
who engaged in a truly heroic effort to mobilize public opinion,
has been vilified by Pegler. None of our defense agencies
backed him up. At the last convention of the American Jewish
Committee. Abraham N. Geller. a well-known lawyer, intro-
duced a resolution protesting against German rearmament. The
resolution was tabled. The Committee was not prepared to
oppose t're policy of the State Department. There was a lime
when the Schiffs and Marshalls publicly fought against what
they considered unjust or undesirable policies of our govern-
ment. They had the proper concept about the right of citizens
to criticize the government They were not ghetto-Jews.
man. J.> r.es P. Wai done a more valiant job in
con tanl nst ream ing Germany Hum the American
C ttei w at :- still worse: the Committee is intensi-
mtry. Obviously they think that the best
protect himself is to 'identity himself wil
the most ch ivi st rces. Th US< of the J v ;ind pi
A FCRGOTTEN LESSON
Thei .: of thi Jews in Europe proves this point. Dr.
Neu nan's A.-- i iation ol "National German Jews" hyper-
A ttjan Council for Judaism ']' d to
the I En Jews tot anti Si I ] went down
i vent took place in It.dv.
: "' t Pegler couples the nan i I dore Lip-
Thi y ar<
/ i, -: prominent
AJi'.. Goldsmit
iusIj att icki .i by I
Let us remember: The Jew is the first and worst victim of
the hysteria which some cf us help foster. We are partly to be
blamed that only six years after the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Fascists throughout the world once more rally lo the cry Heil
Hitler. World fascism is indeed once more on the march.
Democracy cannot win its fight if it invites fascist forces
into its ranks. Fascism, in all is disguises and manifestations,
can never be the servant or genuine ally of democracy but only
a powerful fifth column and a most dangerous enemy as soon
as it gathers new strength. We must arouse the public to an
awareness of this danger.
Masada To Hold
IIoum' I'artv
Miami Young Zionist District.
la, will hold a h..us> party
on Saturday. May 26, at 8:30 p.m.
at th.- n sidenci of Harvey Co-
gert, 1910 S.W. 17th Street.
In charge Of the affair are So-
il..1 Chairman Murray Arnold.
Milton Gevertz, Don Schrager
Morris Big, Nancy Raskin.
Admission will be based upon
neck size.
Receives Scholarship
Bernard Edelman, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology
has been award
larship under the Naval Re-
serve Officers Training Corps
plan.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Edelman. 4630 S. W. 10th Street.
Coral Gables, tl ,. j 1URg man
graduated from Miami Hieh
School. *
Another industrial plant for PImMbi o
sifted by George Moody^hairman of F,agleX^dtePSi,S' bein9
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will be uti
by Lehigh _
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annually
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LY 25, 1951
mi At
Home
Awards
ficates were award-
pen at the National
krdiac Home Mon-
ti proficiency in the
lew, Bible and Jew-
were made by
krtzman, executive
De Bureau of Jew-
, which sponsors
. at the home. Mrs.
n, class teacher, also
exercises,
ho received certifi-
^anklin Weingai ten,
Myron Baronofsky,
Warren Schoen-
Frankel, Daniel
Ha Lipshitz, Leon
jie Eisenberg, Leon-
jElene Kaplan, Jay
[Evelyn Goldstein,
and Roxanne Lis-
-JeHistnorMfon 1
page 9 b
Inspect
llakery
[the 50:000th person
Big automatic Hol-
*k< ry at South Mi-
feek, Mrs. Virginia
a .'Manager at North
lentary school, was
|th a big orchid by
ash, executive vice
general manager of
co.
pltic plant produces
of bread hourly,
fcd by a stream of
ndividuals. Fourteen
s in the Holsum
trained as hostesses
Isitors through the
jiartments.
Chandler, prominent
vegetable growing
circles, is president,
was founded in
fith a large fleet of
\s retail outlets, res-
institutions in Dade,
Monroe counties.
Time Changed
iJcsbop for Democra-
live dramatic pro-
now be heard on
Ironings at 8:30 over
WMIE, according to
ement by Gilbert J.
lal director of the
Ition League of B'nai
JRAHAM SEIF
IFIED MOHEL
iced in Leading
lls in New York
"all 5-1682
INTENSION


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I Those daya when tenae
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ankier and more reatlese
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od for more
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Mrs. Ben Jacobs is chairman of
B'nai B'rith Women Slate Games Night
,."?' Rscvelt Chapter of .first fund-raising project of the the event Tickets may be ob-
is nai B nth Women will sponsor | group, and proceeds are ear- taincd by calling 58"296" and
Sovelei" *< ,al'dTPartT at iheima'ked for B'nai B'rith commun- '
29 at i.0 n t"! Snay> MUV Ity PrieCtS- 8CC0lng to Mrs.
29. at 8.30 p.m. This w.ll be the1 Gerald P. Soltz, president
will be on sale at the door.
The group recently held a sur-
prise farewell party for Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Leb at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Malter.
The Lebs are leaving shortly to
live in Memphis. Mrs. Leb has
served as fund-raising chairman
of the chapter for the past sev-
eral months.


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tjBtf&JksJ&Ml
is^AY
Miamians to Attend
B'nai B'rith Meet
B'nal B'rith delegates lo the
75th annual Diamond Jubilee
District Convention in Columbia,
S.C., will leave the South Flor-
ida area by plane, train and car
Saturday morning to attend the
four-day conclave in that city, it
is announced by the B'nai B'rith
Council Director, Charles H Ja-
cobs! 'ii
!leading i!i> Miami Beach dele-
gation will be Mayer Harold
Turk, national Hillel c immissi >n-
er from District Five. E. Albert
Pallot of Miami B ch, pn si< ent
I the Florida State Fedi ration
of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will also
attend.
Attending the women's district
convention in Columbia fron I
-Miami n ea will be: Mesdames E.
Albe'-t Pallot. Alexander Li >n.
Sally Nudelman Ben Lebow, Ida
Optner, Milton Weinkle, Sol
Goldstrom, Helen Sanders. Ber-
nard Hoffman, Jack Wein. Wil-
liam Hechler, Sidney Suss, A.
Frank Wellins, Lenore Curtice,
Gus Ginsburg and Miss Evelyn
Miller.
Representing the B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida will be
Judge William L. Pallot and
George J. Bertman, council past
i .- idi nts
Others atttendinjj will be A! \-
.oidor Lion. Milton A. Friedman,
William Friedman, Isaac Levin,
Samuel v.'. Shapiro, Leo Stein-
man, Alviri Corenblum, Theod ire
Way ne, Li u is P ( ivl
Dai I er, B. J. G ild-
Irvi Eloffl ::. -1
c i; .!.,, oos m.
Rabbi Zelkowitz Will
Speak At Installation
Rabbi M.nvin Zelkowitz will
be guest speaker I r tl i instal-
lation oi the sisterhood of the
Downtown s\ n : ie on May
I 27 at p.m. at the Melvin HI >om-
! berg social hall.
Mrs. Hyman s n tin will be in-
stalled as the president by Mrs.
Joseph Fine Othi r officers t i
be seat' d are Mrs. Ralph Krie-
ger, first vice president; Mrs
Sidney Katzif, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Mar. Kahn, roc irding
secretary; Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz,
treasurer; and Mi Da1
bert, si in tary.
Board ol directors are Mes-
dames Ann Schwartz, Bessie
iberg, Sam B itfan, Sadi<
Mates, Chai Ii Weissburg, Ndta-
lii Simon. A. Levitan and Molly
Harris in,
Mi 5. Krieger is i hairman and
Mrs. Katzif, publicity director.
Sees Partisan Danger:
Israel Can Whip Anv Arab Invasion.
Silver Savs On Bel urn From \ ish:
\jifion VmiIs .*! I o I Million .lows
iA.IP) The vei declared "evidently, the Jew-
pie do not like to see hi
ndividual
monopoly
in and foi
. Israel in recent years."
dieted to an overflow welcom- Urging that Israeli youth be
throng which flocked to hear acquainted with the role pi
Kiwi nnlv full M ill B t liliiWinL' I... K.. flanmnMMM U. U .. I
him onlj a few hou s I illowing
his 'tun- from a three- -.
long toui I
Sih di,i by
hours a disi l sure I i il Tel Aviv
ilei ted i!i" I-: toll Aii Force
and Navy I r a pai tial mobiliza-
tion folli iw ing rep irts th il Syria
b en n mi ireed with Iraqi
and artillery units.
Despite the sh irt notice which
preceded Silver's address hen-.
Lady Lawyers To Meet
Women lawyers from Gaines-
ville, Tampa. West Palm Beach,
jSt. Petersburg, Cicala. Tallahas-
see. Palatka. Daytona Beach,
Clearwater and Deland, among
other places in the state, will at-
tend the first Florida meeting of
the group at the Saxony II itel,
Miami Beach, June 30.
Mrs. Mary M Zimmerman of
Gross,. Point, Mich., vice presi-
dent of the national association,
will be in charge .if sessions,
L arrangements will be han-
dled by Mrs. Ann.. Brenner Mey-
ers, Miami Beach, Florida dele-
gate to the nal issoi iati n.
thousands had to be turned away ver nevertheless warned
from the rally. Chairman of the -two factors endangered the se-
meeting was Benjamin G. Brow- curity f the nation." The twin
dy, president ol the Zionist Or- threats were, he said, thP or-
ganization of America. break of World War III and the
Silver told the overflow audi- "other intense inner political
ence that tlu reception accorded strife and violent partisanship of
him by the Israelis was "als. a the parties in Israel."
tribute to American Zionism and He voiced concern over what
the role which American Jewry he termed "the growth of politi-
has played in the upbuilding of cal fragmentation" contending
Israel." Then striking out against that "little Israel cannot afford
[partisan objectives in Israel, Sil- nine political parties." Silver
Conference of Jewish Women's I nils
Will Install May :il At Saxony llotol
Installation t officei I th I J McCaffrey, recording sec-
I vish Won Or- rotary of tin Genera] Fed
f inizatu ns of 1 ': "' !l" "'- c.,UDs :'nii a minee
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'Jmi$t fhrtm&n
NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B

ENTION TO MAKE
JM FOR FINAL
IHARGE
DOE'S COURT,
FLORIDA.NO.
OF CLAIRE M.
metimea known iix
LYNCH, sometimes
1,1. Y PARSON, Da-
given that I have
i and petition for
fns Administrator of
li:K M. REYN< m.i is.
CLAIRE M
ph known as pi ILLY
til. and that on the
pjr,i, I will apply
\v. }'. Blanton,
Dade County, Plor-
of said final report
charge as Admlnla-
Ite of CLAIRE M.
fcetlmes known as
^EvNi'll. .sometimes
K I'AliSi IN. deceased.
April, 1951.
|K R REYNOLDS,
if Batata of
LDS, sometimes
M LYNCH,
is POLLY
l>NS, ESQ.
dg.

--------------
aW PUBLICATION
t COURT op the
udioial CIRCUIT
K I>A1)E COUNTY,
N CHANCERY. NO.
|AY. Defendant.
MAY
lace
lew York.
JKRERY NOTIFIED
omplaint for Divorce
Ingalnst you in the
cause and you are
to sarva a copy of
[tli. Bill of Complaint
attorney! and file
office of the Clark
ft on or before the
\ l>. 1961.
pall be published once
consecutive weeka In
i \\. a newspa-
a 111 >". Florida.
mi, Florida, tills 27
Si
LEATHERMAN,
the Circuit Court.
lea! i
fev XI. C. FEIGE,
I eputy clerk.
En 'ATHAM,
,"V
iff
BU :
|Y PUBLICATION
I Cl H'RT I >F THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
, IN AND FOR HAM:
CHANCERY NO.
IN, Plaintiff
IN, also known as
Defendant.
ERMAN, also known as
pis, 'i Flanders Hotel,
gt., New York,
Hired to serve a copy
to the Hill of Com-
oro,- on the plaintiff's
|o file the original an-
llee of the Clerk of the
Ion or before the fith
[A. D. 1951; otherwise,
Omplaint for Divorce,
herein, will be taken
|y you.
ami, Florida, this the
1951.
Ii. LEATHERMAN.
the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
Seal)
IE. Deputy Clerk
IllBDMAN,
Plaintiff
lldg Miami, Florida.
4DF.R FICTITIOUS
kME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
3, desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
IO MOTORS
Sth St., Miami, Fla., ln-
gr said name with the
.'iiviiu Court of Dade
JEL L WEINDROP
[maer & FLOYD
Huildlng,
; WEINDROP
ENTION
KNEYS!
Florldlan o-
ltxjal notice*.
your
QQQ fni f^rt tn
e service) at
es. Phone 2-1141
ngr servic*.
i.n i iii'. ( kci n ('(inn' i.e. .,.,,,.
RUTHCH^^C-/ "W
Plaintiff, vs
BERNARD KARASICK
Defendant.
TO: BERNARD KARASICK
221 South 4th Street
klyn, -N.u York
You are hereby notified that a inn
of omplaint for Divorce baa been
"led agalnsl you, and you are heYebv
'"i"""1 to wrve a copy ... ,
awer to the Bill of Complaint on plain-
tiffs attorney, and file the original
Answer In the office of the Clerk of
,h",ll:nr'"' '.....'-"" '"' bef"
88 day ol May, 1951; otherwise, the
alewtlonaioI aaid BUI of Con
win be take,, as confeaaed .
Dated this 27 day of April, 1951
B. I! LEATHERMAN
,,; r, rl,,'k "f Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. H. RICE, .IR ,
OEOROH ,T. TALIANOFFty ^
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/4-11-lS-o-,
... ~f:?.T,CE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
ULDiUDA. IN PROBATE, NO!
In Re:' ESTATE OF
JOSEPHINE FERDA,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPHINE FERDA de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the Hon. w. f. islaxton, Coun-
ty Judge of Dade County, and file
the same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Sud claims or demands to contain
iii.- legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
aa Id, 'i* aa me will be bai i d
Date April 26. AD. 19
MAURICE FERDA,
As Executor of the l.a-' Wl
Ti lament of JOSEPHINE
FERDA, 11.. .
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Exei
6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the ii" lerslgned, di
business under th< I titlou nu n.....t
i "roydon Men Shop at ill N E 2nd
Ave., Miami. Intends to r
name with the Clerk of the
Court of i>. tie <' mnl \. Fin
JACOB WOLF
Sole > nar
6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IX CHANCERY, NO. 14061S.
AXtlKI-n VITl d'l,
Plaintiff vs
MARIA VITUCCI,
Defendant.
You, MARIA VITUCCI, 2012 West
Fourth Street, Brooklyn, New York,
ara raojulrad to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiffs 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 M, 1961,
otherwise a Decree Pro ConfeSM will
be entered against you.
Dated April 26, 19:, 1
E B, I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
plaintiffs Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby gi\en that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MELODY COFFEE BHOP
at 31 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami .'.-.
Florida, intend to register such name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
HARRY SANDERS
SARA BANDERS
6/4-11-18 -'
5/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
> THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IR I '
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. N
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.IN
CHANCERY. NO. 140748. .
>SEPHINE ALONSO, Plaintiff, \s.
CESAR ALONSO, Defendant.
i: Cesar Alonao
Juan Delgado No. 3
Salltoa Suarez,
"K hereby notified that a Rill
Complaint for divorce has been
.d against you and you are required
serve a copy of romwn
oln Road, Miami Reach. Florida.
1 file the original answer or plead-
, in the office of the '-lerk of ',hse
cult Court on or before May .
1 If you fall to do so. i^m^
default will be taken against > ou
the relief demanded in the Bill of
e-'th'8EnVaL^ATHE^N
Deputy Clerk.
11-18-25 __________
Ha\
Uncoln
:omr
Date
COMPANY
PERSONA*.
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
I* N.K. 2nd ST. MIAMI S
.-.*.-..

LEGAL NOTICE
IV im?,TICE BY PUBLICATION
El I 'vi-v i\'{ 1T ,'"ll;-1' OF THE
,.',,V", '" JUDICIAL cntcriT
! .''' "I.A |N AND FOR DADE
H07t ~ IN CHANCERY, N
HAROLD J p BALDWIN Plaintiff
&SfOR,E V BALDwr^""'
'", VAI|','"y"': V BALDWIN,
iah! .New York.
. J ARE IIKkkkv ,.,.,.,, ,a,
'in or complain) for divorce has been
;; o'1-';".'"" "";"'" >"" '"''"
l"1"1"-'1 '" a opj ol .o.,r an-
nlVooiVj-"'", '':" '"' '""l'l''i' on the
itentlffa attorney, and rile the orur-
! "" n ......ff......f the ci.'rk
of the circuit Court of Dade County!
'"'V'!1 .r l"",r" "" nth das of
June. Uol, in defaull of which the
.hi of complaint will be take, aa con-
i I ngalnsl vou
dated this 9 day of May, 1961
(t Ircult Court Seal)
E B, LEAHERMAN,
By: WM. \v. STOCKING
NORMAN R LYONS DepUty.Clerk-
Sip Olympla Bldg.,
-Miami. I'l.i
Attorney for Plaintiff.
6/11-18-23 /i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE *S HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng t.. engage
in business under the fictitious name
of
KAYS HLOFSE SHOP
at 214 X. E, 1st Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ESTHER (!. KURZROK,
Sol,. Owner,
MYERS. HERMAN' & KAPLAN
Attorneya for Applicant
Seybold P.uiidiiig
r./li-is--.-. 6 i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN" THIS CIRci'lT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTYIN CHANCERY, No.
140972,
MARION L. JARVIS, Plaintiff, vs.
EDWARD JARVIS, Defendant.
To Edward Jarvls,
Summit Avenue,
Yorktown Heights, N'.w York.
Yl If ARE REQUIRED to ae
co|>y of your Vnswer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs itton and to file the ot ulna I
Iffice of the Clerk of
the C ill Court In and for I >ade
a or before the 111 Ii
.. I- the bill
of con t filed hi :- m i:i be taken
.is oliffssed by \ou.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this \i
daj ot Maj
E B LEAHERMAN,
i "lei ill C iurt
Courl sv.il)
Bj WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
NORMAN R LYONS,
910 i Hympia Bldg .
Miami, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
6/11-1S-2S '/!
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter ST8 of Florida
Statutes Annotated ((1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A. O. TRAnSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of its warehouse lien,
has in its possession the following de-
scribed personal property:
i\-cd
2 Blngar Sawing Machines
1 Ration Hole Machine
1 Single Motor Stand
Misc. Household Hoods
as the property of .Morris Krafchlk,
269 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach,
D.ole Couny, Florida; that on the 1st
day of June, 1951, during the legal
hoins of sab. mainly between 11:00
foran.....i and 2:00 In the afternoon, at
the front door of A 0 TRANSFER
AND WAREHOUSE CO., 8049 North
Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, the
underalgned shall offer for sale to the
hlgheal bidder for cash in band, the
above described personal property as
the property of the said .Morris Kraf-
.hick. 259 Waahlngton Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, Dade County, Florida.
DATED at Miami Reach. Florida,
this the l-th day of May. 1951
V O TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO
5/18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND FUR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IX CHANCERY. NO.
140719.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANGELA A.MRIto, Plaintiff
JEROME G. AMRRO, Defendant.
JEROME c. AMHRO
119 Central Avenue
Brooklyn, New York. .,_..,,.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Divorce has been filed
against vou in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorneys and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
on or before May 31st. 19ol.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once a week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of "VrLKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
PALI/IT. SILVER, ABDO A
MULLOY
Attornevs for Plaintirr __
804 lngraham BBuBllding. Miami, Fla.
6/4-11-ll-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i business under the fictitious name
LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL
LABORATORY
at 8163 N.E. Hid Avenue, Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
DadeCounD^>nda;(ihi)nKRO
KASS. FULLER .v CULBREATH
Attcirneys for Janet 8. Goldberg .
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX AND Hilt DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, NO,
14172.
ROBERT EMBLETON,
Plaintiff v-
BSTELLE II. EMBLETON,
I tefendant
To; E8TELLE II EMBLETi IN
55 Shields Street
Elmwood, i 'onnectlcut.
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Rill for Divorce has bei n filed
against you In the above entitled
causi and you are hereby required to
Jjrva copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the
Plaintiff's attorneya, and file thi
inal in the offl.....,r the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 13th
daj of June, A, d 1951, otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you,
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14
daj ol Mav. 1931
E l: LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seall
By WM, W. STOCKING,
i deputy i flerk
PAI.OT. SILVER, ABDO A- MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Building, Miami, Fla.
5/18-25 H/l-s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DADE cou.XTY BUSINESS A
CIVIC WELFARE LEAGUE at P. o.
Boy 4666, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RICHARD BRYCE,
6/18-25 6/1-1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AXD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IX 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
notifi.-d and required to present any
and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of harry Bi ILOTIN, i
ed late of had.- County, Florida, to
the lion. w. I-. Blanton, County
Judge of D.oh County, and file the
same In his office iii the County Court
House in Dade county, Florida, with-
in eight i alendar .....nths from the
date of he fast publication hereof.
Said I lalms or demands to contain
the legal addr......i the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented a.- afore-
said, or same will be bai i ed. Set -
tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date Ma. i". ad. 1951,
HENRIETTA Bl d.< ITIN
As Administratrix of the Estate of
harry BOLOTIN, Deceased.-
DE COSTAS, M \ER & I LOYD
600-8 Blacayne Bldg., Miami, Fla,
Attorneys for Administratrix
5/18-tS 6/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Oh' FLORIDA, IN AND I < >ll 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 R. SILVER,
r:i 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, 1941. If you fail to do BO,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
DOXE AXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this imh day of May. 1951.
E B. l.EATHERMAX,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
hl'l" Seybold Building
Miami 12, Florida
5/18-25 6/1-s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI-oRIDA IN AND FOR HADE
COUNTYIN CHANCERY. No.
140978.
GEORGE BR08S, Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE BROSS, Defendant.
To: PAULINE BROSS,
L':i Boll Street.
Dalawanna, New Jei >
TOU ARE HEREBY Notified that :i
bill of complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
awer to the bill of complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, on or before the 11th day of
June. 1951, in default of which the
bill of complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
DATED this 9 day of May. 19al.
E. B. LEAHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Dade County Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____.....
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS,
910 Olympla Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
5/11-18-25 6/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE CASKET SHOP, at 1622 Al-
ton Road. Miami Beach, Fla., intends
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pale County,
Florida.
HARRY ERLANGER
JOSEPH CARD i
Attorney for owner
914 Stiybold ,Uldg. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN" THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IX PROBATE, NO
26.....1
In Re ESTATE OF
LEON FREED, Deceased.
To ah credit,,i ,,n,i All Pel Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against 8a d
Estate'
You, and each of >"OU, are hi
notified and required i<> presenl any
claims and demands which you
either of you, may havi
estate of LEON FREED di i
late of 1121 South Miami Avenue, M
ami. Dade County, Florida
Hon. w. 1-. Binnton, County Judge ol
Dade County, and file the same in
hi.- office in the County Courthouse
in Dad.- County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
fast publication hereof, said i
or demands tocontain the legal ad-
fln of the clfflmant and t,< i
to and presented as aforesaid,
same will be barred, Bee ."section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act,
Date Mav IMP \ D i"1
/s/ MAE H F REED
Ai Executrix of the List V
and Testament ,l
LEON FREED, Deceased
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
,;">,! Seybold Bt tiding,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
5/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX Tin: CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF I LORIDA, IN AND Fop. DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, NO.
141246,
PAUL It ROXAX. Plaintiff, vs.
EVELYN I. RONAN, I), feiidant.
To: EVELYN L. RONAN,
c/o Walter Ross,. Onaga, Kansas
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill Of Complain'
!,,l Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, and to file the original answer
in the office of the Cleric ,>f the cir-
cuit Court on or before Che 21 day "''
June, a 11 195.1; otherwise, the BUI
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
f, -s,.,l le. you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
21st day ot Mav. 1951.
i: H LEATHERMAN.
ci.-ru of the i ircult tourt
Dade County, Florida
,circuit Court Seall
Bj WM. VV STOCKING
I ';, .'
MLTON \. FRIEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
.1 Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
5/25 6/1-S-li
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CHI
i il l-l.i IRIDA IN AN'I i I i ii: DAI >E
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO.
141223.
CHARLES SKODA, Plaintiff, >'
DOROTHY SKODA. Defi I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DOROTHY SKODA
Grant Street
Wayne, New Jersey
You ,irr hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain! for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
awei or Pleading to the BUI >f
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Stanley D, Caldin, 748 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami. Fla., and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the offi,.....f
the clerk of the Circuit court on or
before the 21 day of .lune, 1961. If
you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Cirult Com:.
Dad.- County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
STANLEY D CAIDIN,
71 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attornov for Plaintiff
6/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTCE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at 1865
North Bay Causeway, Town of North
Bay, Village, Miami Beach, Fla In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County. Florida
BEN BOW REALTY CO,
By: Irving Greenfield,
President,
GENET A OENET
Attorneys for
BENBOW REALTY CO.
5/86 6 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,,!, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Tropical Vendors at 141 S. W. 53rd
Ct.. Miami, Fla., intends to register
saiil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD HARELIK.
Sole Owner.
5/23 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY
SALON, at 280 NB, 4th Street, Mi-
ami, Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
GLADYS STANTON.
5/18-25 8/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam, of
Kelt insurance Agency at 1740 Alton
Road, Miami Reach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clark Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SEYMOUR KE1T
5/4-11-l-?6 '


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FRIDAY*
Unclear Terms of Armistice Blamed
For Syrian Conflict By Sharett
JERUSALEM (JTA) Al- th,.uSh not bent on expansi .n al
though Israel has accepted the Syrian expense. Israel is 1
to defend ii and every
inch of Israeli soil against Syn,,n
aggression." he com lu V I
An informal meting of the Is-
raeli-Jordan Mixed Armistice
Moshe Sharett .Commission was held hi re 1
here Mondav. cuss cooperation between the au-
thorities on both sides of the bor-
der t.i prevent infiltration and
looting bv Bedouins from Jordan
territory and to return property
stolen from Israelis which has
been recovered by the Jordan aU-
The Jordanians also ma le
cease-fire order issued by the
IN, Security Council in con-
nection with the Israeli-Syrian
conflict, two problems still cause
the Israeli authorities anxiety.
Acting Premier
told Parliament
These pioblems are: The security
of the Jewish settlements in the
demilitarized zone and the pres-
ence of Syrian para-military
i irees in that zone
"The Government is res lived
1 i do its utmostprimarily with
the assistance of the United Na-
tionsto remove such I -.plaint that during telnjt
Mr Sharett said He pointed out Ipendence Daj ion mm
that thc Israel-Syrian conflict Thursday. Israeli planes violated
which seemingly broke out over Jordan air space n Cc mis-
the drainage of the Huleh marsh- sion, however accepted
c-s by Israel "has its real roots explanation that the violation
in the unclear terms uf thc Israel- was unintentional
Syrian armistice agreement and
especially in Syi ia's ex
demands regarding certain Huleh
areasdemands which Israel has
alwaj j iected and finally re-
j h ts tod ly "
Reviewing the military d
opmentS Mr. Sharett praised the
Uriel army unit which repelled
the Syrian invaders under most
difficult condit: ins, and ex-
pressed the sympathy of Parlia-
nt | ived fan
who lost sons, husbands and fath-
during the fighting. The Is-
rael-Sy pute, he reported,
H is caused solely by Syria's ter-
ritorial ambiti >ns which could
not and would not be Satisfied.
he said
"Israel's forces." he continued.
cupied large areas across the
border during the battle, but
withdrew from those areas to
which Israel has no claim. Al-
West Miami Plans
Jewish Center Fete
The town of West Miami has '
the week of May 19
to May 26 as "West Miami Jew-
ish Center Week." according t i
.i proclamation signed by Maj
Peter Pale: mo.
As part it the community pro-
led
in ope: : : T
t 8:30 i Pr ,i Miller I
A. F. Rit '.:
parl
Itn
Pot." Mavor P
en invit I ; on
I
T. UN
Rights, I :.
t 1
nmunil
Leoi :: ,,l
the greeting
i mmitl Following I i
schi dull i
On May 26 at 8:30 p.m., a
I '. dinnei u il] erved in ob-
ervance of the last day
elebration.
NYi! Alumni To
Hvnr SimonSioii
Harry Simonh >ff. Miami attor-
ney, civic leader and world tra-
veler, will b0 guest speaker at
ting ot the New York Uni-
versity Alumni Club of South
Florida on M mday, May 28. in
the Boulevard Room of the Old
Saratoga Inn, according to Lea
Robinson, president.
His topic will be "Israel, Its
emergence, Problems and Possi-
bilities "
All former New York Uni-
versity students are invited to
attend" the informal dinner, slated
for 7 p.m., with the regular meet-
ing following at 8.
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PAGE 8 B *JmlslintridiMi FRlD A y, S64 QUESTIONS by AARON COURSHON For Our City Council wWn I did you eliminate bus safety stop zones' Are lives cheaper ihan ") parking meters • ""' didn't you buy the Firestone Estate when il was first ofiered you for public beaches? You could have saved us "} millions at that time WHY %  • %  %  %  did you wait 4 ; ears to buv parking lots, south ol 15th street when a S300.000 bond issue made funds available *} in 194fi in th"t purpose WHY ""' was it necessary to pav SI5.000 interest on the Darking lot "} money for four years Le''s Make a Change ELECT AARON Courshon Your Councilman June 5 "A Business Man For A Business Job" PULL LEVER 3A GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. roof repaired now; you will livi on a now roof lour "8at.ifactory Work by Exporioncod Man" 414 %  W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6M0 §. •!. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Aye. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Filth Sta. Hebrew Religious SuppBaa For Synagogue! and Private Ufa. Also for Hebrew Schools, Dm* nr:a Telephone 5-9017 MA5T£Rtaj| COMMON Nuisance. Mai P.O. Box r Hardnar* Dralrr or Phone 7-7S74 rr llnl-t.nidf ma N. MIAMI. FI.A. minnm iBgn — s-f Off fhe Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN szszz mmfli w NAZIS ON THE MARCH ,. AM [nt. I :• numbei ol lountn. wei : '" The Showcase o?G^ T^ GOVERNoL CAFETERIA! MM 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. Fascism derives its strength from two main sources: Germany and Argentina. One phenomenon is particularly significant. The Fascist parlies in Germany. Bolivia, etc together with Peron. are not prepared to ally themselves with the U. S against the Soviet Union. They want to be "neutral" or. as in Bolivia, are vehemently crusading against the U. S. A. The underlying idea is obvious: A war in which the U. S. and the Soviet Union would weaken each other would give Neonazism the chance of re-emergir.g as a world power. In the meantime Neonazism wants to function as a Third Force—not aiming at peace but basing its hopes on World War III. as in the days of the Weimar Republic when fhe Nazis and Communists joined in the fight against democracy. We are witnessing the same spectacle in Germany and in more than one Latin American country. fh( Manchesti r Guardian terms th< very stroi g sh iwing i by thi N< mazis in the recent elections in L wer S x ny 'at once the n ius and significant political event in post-war Germany." \v, observing only the first disastrous the U. S. p Gern any. The V S is aiming at <-" For 1 ton it is complacent toward the return of to posit nfluence and atun ly resti i ing Gi i nv's indepei TABLING TROUBLE Unfortunately it cannot be said that American Jewry has made a united and effective effort at enlightening public opinion to the dangers of German rearmemenl. Mr. Isidore Lipschutz, who engaged in a truly heroic effort to mobilize public opinion, has been vilified by Pegler. None of our defense agencies backed him up. At the last convention of the American Jewish Committee. Abraham N. Geller. a well-known lawyer, introduced a resolution protesting against German rearmament. The resolution was tabled. The Committee was not prepared to oppose t're policy of the State Department. There was a lime when the Schiffs and Marshalls publicly fought against what they considered unjust or undesirable policies of our government. They had the proper concept about the right of citizens to criticize the government They were not ghetto-Jews. man. J.> r.es P. Wai done a more valiant job in con tanl nst ream ing Germany Hum the American C ttei w at :still worse: the Committee is intensimtry. Obviously they think that the best protect himself is to 'identity himself wil the most ch ivi st rces. Th party on Saturday. May 26, at 8:30 p.m. at th.n sidenci of Harvey Cogert, 1910 S.W. 17th Street. In charge Of the affair are Soil..1 Chairman Murray Arnold. Milton Gevertz, Don Schrager Morris Big, Nancy Raskin. Admission will be based upon neck size. Receives Scholarship Bernard Edelman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology %  has been award larship under the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps plan. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edelman. 4630 S. W. 10th Street. Coral Gables, tl ,. j 1URg man graduated from Miami Hieh School. Another industrial plant for PIMMBI o sifted by George Moody^hairman of F,a g leX^ d t eP Si,S bein 9 no n rid a a rd pow r e T r ^ a i i ^ i ^^ '"' ^T" =-•—" will be uti by Lehigh Flagler Beach annually w* EXPRESS BUSES Lv. Miami N.E.2nd St. bet. 1st • 2nd Aves.Willy's Sportsman and Stanley Tours from Miami Beach. 1 No Minors 4dm MiJ TRACK 1 1 5th Street Between N. 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PAGE 10 B tjBtf &JksJ&Ml is^AY Miamians to Attend B'nai B'rith Meet B'nal B'rith delegates lo the 75th annual Diamond Jubilee District Convention in Columbia, S.C., will leave the South Florida area by plane, train and car Saturday morning to attend the four-day conclave in that city, it is announced by the B'nai B'rith Council Director, Charles H Jacobs! 'ii !leading i!i> Miami Beach delegation will be Mayer Harold Turk, national Hillel c immissi >ner from District Five. E. Albert Pallot of Miami B ch, pn si< ent • I the Florida State Fedi ration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will also attend. Attending the women's district convention in Columbia fron I -Miami n ea will be: Mesdames E. Albe'-t Pallot. Alexander Li >n. Sally Nudelman Ben Lebow, Ida Optner, Milton Weinkle, Sol Goldstrom, Helen Sanders. Bernard Hoffman, Jack Wein. William Hechler, Sidney Suss, A. Frank Wellins, Lenore Curtice, Gus Ginsburg and Miss Evelyn Miller. Representing the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida will be Judge William L. Pallot and George J. Bertman, council past i •.idi nts Others atttendinjj will be A! \.oidor Lion. Milton A. Friedman, William Friedman, Isaac Levin, Samuel v.'. Shapiro, Leo Steinman, Alviri Corenblum, Theod ire Way ne, Li u is P ( ivl Dai • I er, B. J. G ildIrvi Eloffl ::. 1 c i; .!.,, oos m. Rabbi Zelkowitz Will Speak At Installation Rabbi M.nvin Zelkowitz will be guest speaker I r tl i installation oi the sisterhood of the Downtown s\ n : ie on May I 27 at p.m. at the Melvin HI >om! berg social hall. Mrs. Hyman s n tin will be installed as the president by Mrs. Joseph Fine Othi r officers t i be seat' d are Mrs. Ralph Krieger, first vice president; Mrs Sidney Katzif, second vice president; Mrs. Mar. • Kahn, roc irding secretary; Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz, treasurer; and Mi Da 1 bert, si in tary. Board ol directors are Mesdames Ann Schwartz, Bessie iberg, Sam B itfan, Sadi< Mates, Chai Ii Weissburg, Ndtalii Simon. A. Levitan and Molly Harris in, Mi 5. Krieger is i hairman and Mrs. Katzif, publicity director. Sees Partisan Danger: Israel Can Whip Anv Arab Invasion. Silver Savs On Bel urn From \ ish: \jifion VMIIS .*! I o I Million .lows IA.IP) The vei declared "evidently, the Jewpie do not like to see hi ndividual monopoly in and foi Israel in recent years." dieted to an overflow welcomUrging that Israeli youth be throng which flocked to hear acquainted with the role pi Kiwi nnlv full M ill B t liliiWinL' I... K.. flanmnMMM U. U .. I him onlj a few hou s I illowing his • 'tunfrom a three%  '• -. long toui I Sih •' di,i by hours a disi l sure I i il Tel Aviv ilei ted i!i" I-: toll Aii Force and Navy I r a pai tial mobilization folli iw ing rep irts th il Syria b en n mi ireed with Iraqi and artillery units. Despite the sh irt notice which preceded Silver's address hen-. Lady Lawyers To Meet Women lawyers from Gainesville, Tampa. West Palm Beach, jSt. Petersburg, Cicala. Tallahassee. Palatka. Daytona Beach, Clearwater and Deland, among other places in the state, will attend the first Florida meeting of the group at the Saxony II itel, Miami Beach, June 30. Mrs. Mary M Zimmerman of Gross,. Point, Mich., vice president of the national association, will be in charge .if sessions, L arrangements will be handled by Mrs. Ann.. Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach, Florida delegate to the nal issoi iati n. thousands had to be turned away ver nevertheless warned from the rally. Chairman of the two f ac tor s endangered the semeeting was Benjamin G. Browcur ity „f the nation." The twin dy, president ol the Zionist Orthreats were, he said, th P organization of America. break of World War III and the Silver told the overflow audi"other intense inner political ence that tlu reception accorded strife and violent partisanship of him by the Israelis was "als. a the parties in Israel." tribute to American Zionism and He voiced concern over what the role which American Jewry he termed "the growth of politihas played in the upbuilding of cal fragmentation" contending Israel." Then striking out against that "little Israel cannot afford [partisan objectives in Israel, Silnine political parties." 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LY 25, 1951 simtefel&EfeteB PAGE7B 'tween You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR [>yright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) J • \EVENTS: Premier David Ben isit to the United i>ming to an end, all estimates are b< ing much his appearcountry helped in is for Israel Au[sraeli circles here are Israel will receive Be times as much fisistance from all fthis country as comt year • • • Incidentalfhis talks with Presin. the .'sraeli Premier >t only American fito the Jewish state, tw the U.S. Governjelp Israel get reparaGermany for Nazijish property Dur|y in New York, Ben riled members of the Rons with his linguistic The Turkish deleyered that Ben Gui ion Fkish fluently Not the fact that in addilebrew, Yiddish, and also has mastery of ksian, Polish and Ger>cidentally, in honor of U, a New York publish-the Bloch Publishing ^arranged a window the works written by Premier They ine heavy volumes, in his latest book "Israel The window disunited with Ben Gurand the Israel Flag. a good deal of attenfcVD FIGURES ir eyes on Chi'-ago -end One of the Eici lit and far-reaching in American Jewish take place at Palmer heie Community m all parts of the /ill gather to talk over Iters in the presence of |$< n Gurion ... On the e JPA is doing very year Here are a few Crating the situation up |onth San Francisco, s passed the $1,000,000 still five percent ahead Br Atlanta is now 55,000 and maintaining rcent increase Balnds at bettter than $3,d is still running 8 per d of last vear Detopped the $2,900,000 is running 15 percent Kansas Citv has raised n $1,000,000 "and is five head of 1950 Newgone by the $1,350,000 d shows an increase of an 15 percent Cinbas about $900,000 in, inciease standing at 12 • Cleveland is just the $3,000,000 mark and 14 percent ahead of last New York City has $20,000,000 mark and of 1950 results in the fading period Philaftas raised more than $3,Jthus f ar an( j s hows a 17 I increase Pittsburgh m well over $1,500,000 %  percent ahead Dallas <1 more than $746,000 to is already ahead of last Inal total Memphis fcl the $350,000 mark and no, 22 percent ahead Houston has more than $540,000 recorded and i s already past the total amount raised last year Washington has exceeded $1,300,000 and is maintaining an 8 per cent increase JEWISH HUMOR: Nathan Ausubel who has done an excellent piece of work in editing his "Treasury of Jewish Folklore" has now tried to do it again by editing "A Treasury of Jewish Humor" However, his second effort can in no way be compared with his first ... In fact, there is more of Jewish humor in his volume on folklore than in his volume on humor His "Treasury of Jewish Humor," now published by Doubleday, is a collection of short stories by Jewish writers The stories were selected because of their humorous tone or contents, but the selection will definitely not satisfy those who know something about the works of Jew ish humorists And many of the "witty sayings" in the volume are neither witty nor characterstic of Jewish sayings Here again Ausubel can be directed to his volume on Jewish folklore where he has a much better selection oi Jewish sayings However, it is only fair to point out that ..II the translations of the stories in the new volumi—whether clone by Mr. Ausubel or others—are kept as close as possible to the spirit of the originals Most of the stories an ti ted from Yiddish, some from German and some from Hebrew. Rabbi Silver Will Be Program Topic Sunday Harold Shapiro, narrator of the program, "Builders of Israel", will present a biographical sk-teh ol Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, on bunday, Mav 27, at. 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ. "Builders cf Israel" i s a special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour of which M. Nasatir is director and J Birnbaum is social director. Beach Student Honored Alpha Delta Sigma's highest award for undei graduate students at the University of Florida, was presented to Louis George Jacobs of Miami Beach, at the first Annual Fourth Estate dinner of the University in Gainesville Friday night. Quake Victims Get Aid Victims of the recent El Salvador earthquake will receive aid from the Miami Beach Men's Fashion Guild, Jules Gillette, president of the group, announced. The Guild will present $100 this week to J. M. Garcia, who is spearheading the relief drive for money, food and clothing. Two cities were destroyed, 1,200 persons killed and more than 30,000 left homeless by the disastrous earthquake. %  "•rivato Schools Form Association The Private Schools A-tior of Dade County has been organized to provide guidance toward desired standards for all private schools, and a basis for self-analysis by member schools. The Association has publis': e I a standard form for objective inspection and evaluation, and before the end of 1951, all member schools will have been inspected and evaluated by an association committee. Officers elected for the year 1951-52 are: president, L. B. Sommers, Miami Country Day School: vice president, Mrs. H. R. Malamud, Abbott Gardens Private School; secretary, Mrs. L. E. Coppock, Riviera Day School, and treasurer, Mrs. Ida R. Lear, the Lear School. Committee chairmen will present a tentative agenda of activities for the year at an inaugural dinner to be held the first week in October. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 24—NUMBER 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 25, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS No More An Aggressor S£ r^ r§M# •. —American Jewish Press Photo, i body of Lt. Assad Obaier. of the Syrian Army, lies on (utile, a hill where he was killed leading aggressive Syrian bcross Israel's borders in ihe latest Syrian invasion of the [state. Israelis late this week recaptured the hill from the rurion. Barkley Will Address Action Conclave In Chicago President Alben W. Barkley will join Prime Minister David ion of Israel and Israel Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan in g the United Jewish Appeal's extraordinary National Acfcrence this weekend (May 26 and 27) in Chicago, it was fced this week by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonr.eborn '"'ha^men B WiS9 ^1^ of the UJA's National Cam.nairmm. paign Cabinet, whose members Iwo-day national conferhave becn active for the past huh will convene at the' nth in helping communities House on Saturday evetnrouen out the country mobilize iv 26, will be attended by an 1,000 Jewish leaders iting communities in 40 sh leaders who will join _ls of honor in address conference include Ed4. M. Warburg, general Ban of the United Jewish .. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, >an of the American Seethe Jewish Agency: and i W. Berinstein. chairman UJA's 37-man national |ign cabinet. (.inference, which will omplution of the first five of United Jewish Appeal j en activity) will be clithroughout the country mobilize cash for presentation to Mr. BenGurion. Mrs. Louis Glasser and I. L. Mintzer will represent Miami at the meet. Mrs. Glasser will also attend an all-day session of the women's division of the UJA. I. L. Mintzer will preent Miami's cash gift of $100,000 to the prime minister. Top Israelis Ponder Partial Mobilization Jewish Identity Periled By Reds, Says N, Y Expert ATLANTIC CITY, May 21 (JTA)—The Soviet Union is attempting to achieve maximum assimilation of the Jews and to wipe out their cultural and national identity as a group. Dr. ; Harry Schwartz, New York ; Times expert on Russia, told more than 1,000 Jewish social workers here, addressing the Na! tional Conference of Jewish Social Welfare. The session, devoted to a discussion of "Problems of the Jews in Europe Today with Implications for American Jewry" was presided over by Dr. Maurice B. Hexter, executive vice president of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. Dr. Simon Segal, director of foreign affairs for the American Jewish Committee, told the delegates that the Jewish communities in Western Europe, weakened by the destruction brought about by Nazism and deprived of a large section of its leadership, are greatly bewildered and confused. "They realize that while revival of fascism would mean physical destruction, Communism would bring about the destruction of Judaism and Jewish life," h e said. "It is obvious that the great majority of Western | European Jews are going to reI main there and a way must be %  found for them to live both as an integral part of their respective countries and as Jews. The Jews are thus the natural allies of the | liberal forces in the general struggle against both totalitarianisms." Other speakers included Hal Lehrmann, former foreign correspondent; Martha K. Selig of New York; Esther Beckenstein of Chicago; Dr. John A. Rose of Philadelphia. $23,300 In Israel Bonds Sold At Rally Following Appeals By Nathan, Bart "Israel has the one element most essential to economic success— ability of its people," Robert R. Nathan told some 800 persons at a Bonds For Israel rally at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Tuesday night. Nathan, top-rankir.g economist and author and or, e of the world's leading authorities on j 4 u„„ 000 three years ago to more than 1,300,000 today. Nathan said that present Indications are that the total population of Israel would reach 4,000.000 within the next 10 years. Current rate of immigration I jumped from the 17.000 monthly of 1950 to nearly 30.000. Reason for the increase has been the deadline on emigration Israel's economy, said that Israel has benefited from a veritable windfall of talent in the past 30 years. "Even today, with most of the immigrants coming from North Africa. Iraq and Rumania, the Jews' adaptability is almost mir_ aculous." w^wu ..... ~..~—.. c A total of S23.300 in bonds was fro.n Iraq and Rumania imposed sold at the rally, bringing the i b yJ ho f natl0ns ;„ <-,.„.. Q „ Miimi in -' The former deputy director of ,sum in Greater Miami to $535, ^ v Qfflce £ Wgj Mobill/a 1400, accorcir.g to Milton S. Malation said hut the bord issue was koff, community manager. Jan being sold on a sound economic i Bart, the noted concert artist, j basis. i sparked the meeting by singing i "While it cannot be denied that for bord sales. I there Is great sentiment attached Nathan pointed out that the j to the flotation of the I.-.depcndDresert population of Israel could I ence Issue, a purchase of these be self-sufficient if it closed the bonds is a solid investment, Naeates to further immigration, but than stated. t hat the cost of $2,500 per person Latest tigures show that one 1 for absorption into the economy relief dollar is needed for every was responsible for the present 10 dollars of investment capital, four-point program. | he said, which means that Philar.This self-sufficiency was at.thropic funcs are still needed to tained, he asserted, despite an i provide initial needs of lmmiir.crease in population from 600,grants. An Historic Event BEN-GURION, BARKLEY ADDRESS UJA THIS WEEKEND IN CHICAGO TEL AVIV. (JET) Israeli 'with' specif tribute to : authorities njUWj the tel Prime Minister. week-end the %  a dvisability of.partribute, the UJA nation ^irmen announced, will [place Sunday efternoon, hundreds of community rs come forward to preMr. Ben-Gurion with mil[of dollars in cash reprepg a major installment on Jrear's United Jewish Apxampaign. |addit : on to this dramatic hony. the conference will tial mobilization of the nation s military reserves as it became known that elements of the Iraqi Air Force havereached Syria. .A Damascus broadcast said that t he Iraqi force in Syria consists I of eight lighter planes and a 1 number of anti-aircraft guns With their crews. A Foreign Office spokesman indicated here that Israel is highly disappointed over the resolution lines, a special presents! "dopted on Friday by'the UN Se0 the wife of the Israel K r lin -ii ordering the Israel national women's division United Jewish Appeal. UJA national chairmen need also that the Sunday ng session of the conferl\ curity Council ordering the Israel ister by leaders of j£ ve nment to discontinue the drainage of swamps in the demilitarized zone of the Huleh area. "The resolution, he said, pg session of the comer"^X^a'S'uS'on'aM^ fa] hear reports on the acand places aP !" 1 !" ^ an lishments so far this year of sion. It is UMMM =" h ad (JA-s constituent agenciesI encouragement for W r h JS t Un.ted Palestine Appeal, > ventures of a ktad wMfihMVe Distribution Committee and paid such handsome dividends. Service for New Amcri. "The reclamation of the HUM long with a detailed anal-! swamps," the spokesman e on tin f the needs of each agency ued, "is Israel s absolute i gni • balance of 1951. .and vital task The government conference program will i s determined to bring the pioj e marked by a special meetec to a successful conclusion ,w-'spite all obstacles and with all means at its disposal. The spokesman stated that the Israel government has not as yet ieceived the official order from the Securitv Council to halt work in th LS h F 0 reignMiniste, h a nd ?e ry sent into Syria by Iraq, acSSS >%££*& 5 in the same direction, raise ex tremelv serious issues, ine ar HSS agreement was signed with Syria, as such, not with a a rrnfstic\ ag g reement with Syria. Urged On New ^-Nazi Reich Party STON (AJP)—Terming the 'Jazi Socialist Reich Party "a to German democracy and peace," Dr. Israel Goldchairman of the Western fcsphere Executive of the Id Jewish Congress, urged fed occupation authorities and [West German Republic to kw the group. Bdressing the opening of the annual convention of the England Division of the ferican Jewish Congress, Dr. gstein charged the Socialist Party with attempting to t its gains in the recent Saxony election and ad the Fascist doctrine lughout the world. White House Aide, David Niles, Resigns WASHINGTON, May 21 (JTA) —David K. Niles, who served in the White House for 15 years, today announced his resignation as administrative assistant to President Truman and said that he is anxious to visit the State of 1 Israel as a private citizen. The resignation, effective May 31, was due to the fact that Mr. Niles j is "physically very tired." CJA Contributors Pledge $1,158,000 A total of $1,158,000 has been pledged to the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal by 6.600 contributors, according to Samuel Friedland, campaign chairman. This figure is 15 per cent over the amount which these same individuals contributed last year, he pointed out. A committee headed by Aaron Kanner and Fred K. Shoehet is continuing clean-up operations. Members of the committee include Joseph Mechlow, Mrs. Nat A Weidberg, Miss Gertrude Schneider, Ehiel Lesowedcr, Jerry Lelchuk, M. Friedberg, Mi. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Irving .Saal, Mrs. Harry Gordon. Jacob Harfenist, owner of Haifenist Restaurant, 1381 Q Washington Avenue, Miami Beach has : announced that all proceeds of Sunday, June 17, will be coni tributed to the United Jewish Apioeal. He is encouraging other ; business firms in the area to foli 10 To S date $495,000 has been received > payment of Pledges, Howard Kane, new Greater Miami Jewish Federation treasurer, announced. Of the 6,600 contributors all but 1,311 have paid their cSitments in full Fifty-seven nercent of the total pledged is still outstanding. This is one per cent less than last year at the C i time and two per cent less than the year before. Ei£3S£&£te?3 HnLce SStS left). %  Edward M^Warburl UJA General Chairman (bottom *£*>•* %  £ M. Mwarpurg. •" coun trY will emphasue the for New Americans.



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I MAY 25. 1951 *Jeist fhridHmn PAGE 3 A '// Say afternoon of September 17, 1926, Jewish were hurrying home, and not because ; headlines in the Miami Tribune warned %  icane that was heading towards the city. religious wanted an early dinner to supply Kjary energy for the 24-hour Yom Kippur fwould start at sundown. Newcomers were little jokes about the coming wind storm. of a newspaper making a sensation about What's a hurricane anyhow? Webster ily a wind blow. PUR EVE immunity had grown in spite of the real [sh. Some did not have funds to pay for trip to their home town. Others were hopt hope to recoup their lost fortunes buried iid lots. Beth David Synagogue was filled ty, even if some members had not yet reom their summer vacations. The overflow i a vid attended Temple Israel service to hear H. Kaplan, who had left his Cincinnati i a Rabbinate in the Magic City. The Reiup had sold its lot and tabernacle for a t boom price, and were planning a new The high holiday services were held in the School, now the main Post Office. PALM PARK the lengthy Kol Nidre ritual, worshippers ralk on Flagler "Street as far as Royal Palm his open space to the South of the McAllis1 belonged to the FEC Railway and was a meeting ground before the Bay Front Park reclaimed by dredging limestone sand out re Bay. On the band shell of this park, s plaved several evenings a week. Oldsters irseshoes, and pious folk attended the Bible ducted by William Jennings Bryan. Sitting listening to the rising wind swishing inu* branches that sounded like the rushing waves, did not stop folk from joking about ne hurricane. OWING NIGHT :00 a. m. the howling wind reached hurricane The ocean wailed, as if the dead were reird messages to the living of impending The heavy downpour seemed endless. Tar shingles, and tile were ripped off the roofs. uring through eaves and rafters came through floors into cellars of apartment Clothes, bedding, carpets, and rugs were Dry spots for nursing babies were found .shelves in clothes closets. Flying debris hit Kg ol houses with dull thuds. Electricity was ?nd flashes of lightning lit up an atmosphere The Great Hurricane of 1926 of total darkness. Telephones would not answer, and water stopped flowing from spigots and faucets. Sleep was impossible. People felt marooned, helpless and prayed that the buildings would not crash over their heads and bury them in their ruins. THE LULL At length came morning, dreary, leaden, and cloudy. Looking through the rain, people could see uprooted trees, wire tangled about fallen telephone poles, broken timber, torn screens, tile and tar paper strewn over streets, sidewalks, and vacant lots. Suddenly, as if a magician had waved his wand, the wind and rain ceased. The stillness felt uncanny. Not a leaf stirred. This unnatural calm, seemingly conjured up by some demonic power, should have warned the recent arrivals to remain where they were. Tropical nature that usually wore a serene, smiling countenance might also become treacherous and ruthless. But relieved of the awful tension of the wind, rain, and darkness, many newcomers rushed out into the open. Marveling at the quick change of tropical weather, they drove off in their autos eager to ascertain the well being of friends and relatives in the sparsely settled sections of the vast Miami area. THE SECOND ROUND Eight o'clock that morning found numerous people in bed enjoying the sleep denied them during the storm-tossed night. Devout folk were prepared to continue the all day Yom Kippur service at the Synagogue. Suddenly, without notice or warning, the wind struck again, this time with redoubled fury. Trees and posts fell upon moving cars. Autos crossine the only causeway that connected Miami Beach with the mainland were washed into the angry, white foam of Biscayne Bay. Frame bungalows arose and crashed against other houses. It seemed as if a gigantic hand delighted in lifting roofs and flinging them away. Concrete block houses suddenly opened and collapsed, as if some giant's fist had crashed into their walls. Pedestrians rushing for shelter were hurried along, seemingly pushed by unseen hands. The lucky ones escaped the flying timber which some invisible force seemed to aim at their heads and backs. Those going in the opposite direction experienced the sensation of trying to move through a solid wall, at the same time feeling thousands of needle pricks as the hostile wind drove the rain drops into their faces. Violent gusts of wind sounded from afar, as if Titans engaged in a death struggle above the clouds were gasping and puffing the air in cosmic drafts. By HARRY SIMONHOFF THE HAVOC After two hours, th e extreme velocity of the violent wind began to abate. People remained indoors, now distrustful of a temperamental Caribbean hurricane. Strong winds continued spasmodically all day, but receded perceptively. Those who ventured outdoors were appalled by the wreckage and destruction apparent everywhere. The city seemed to have been shelled, bombed, and devastated by an earthquake. On the paved thoroughfare of Bayshore Drive, a fleet of boats lay beached at the foot of tall, rock-ribbed buildings. Craters were scooped into the County Causeway where wind and wave had converged; trees, boats, posts, and wiring obstructed the passage way; and the streetcar tracks lay twisted and coiled like rattlesnakes in death agony. Lakes of water covered streets below the levels of adjacent areas. Scarcely a home was without damage. Walls torn away from apartment houses revealed bath tubs, kitchens, rooms, furniture, and other evidence of domestic life. Streets, lawns, and vacant lots were cluttered with broken glass, timber, red tile, shoes, tar paper, roofing, screens, shingles, concrete blocks, window sashes, slabs of stucco, broken doors, wearing apparel, drowned out automobiles, bright colored canvas awning, steel frames, green coconuts, and telephone poles. But what struck dismay in the breast of pioneer and boom arrival alike was the sight of the newly constructed Meyer-Keiser 20-story office building. Standing at a distance, the spectator could see the tall, narrow, steel-ribbed structure twisted on its deep set foundations. Thirteen stories h^d to be ripped off to enable the building to function. THE AFTERMATH For the next 24 hours, the dismal wail of sirens announced that ambulances were rushing the dead and dying to hospitals. Restaurants served food free of charge to all who would eat. For weeks houses were lit up by candles, and food was cooked on Sterno cans. Schools, houses of worship, and halls were improvised into hospitals. Civic bodies enrolled volunteers to help the over-taxed Red Cross and dispensed food and clothing to the needy out of funds sent in from a shocked, sympathetic nation. The number of missing and dead was never correctly ascertained. Official estimates accounted for 700 dead bodies. Property damage exceeded $100,000,000. The velocity of the wind was never correctly gauged, since the meteorgraph failed to register beyond 135 miles per hour. Scientific opinion judged the Miami hurricane of September 18, 1926, as th'e most disastrous on record in American history. The first graduating class of the community H brew H gh Ll of the Bureau of Jewish Education held it. £t gdtion frcises on May 23 at the Miami Woman's Club Diplomas were I awarded Ju graduates of the five Hebrew -MflCS [the Beth David Congregation. Congregation Beth El. Temp >h Sholom. Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Miami Hebrew fool and Congregation. Reading from left to right arth > H gh hool graduates: (seated; Richard Jablon. *£*£££ nbor; (standing) Edward Zalis. Jay Linn. Zalman Zaidel. Hyman Pomerantz. principal. Iff If SMOOTH SAILING! TO YOUR FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES \\Yith a KeautUul I BON VOYAGE BASKET From AIU Hill FBUIT COMPANY 317 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH BASKETS SENT ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES Arekim IMeh Phone 5-6950 Home Auxiliary To Seat Leaders Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its ;.nnual installation luncheon on Thursday, May 31, at 12:30 p.m. at the Biscayne Terrace Hoti 1. Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer will be seated as DN sident. Others to be [nized at the rites are MesHai • Oliphant, Jacob H. Katz and Nathan Abraham, vice presidents; Mrs. Samuel Geltner, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Einhorn, financial secretary: Mrs. Nathan Feika, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Joel Zalis, treasurer: Mrs. Rose Weiss, sergant at arms. The following will be installed as directors. Mesdames Gerson August. Lottie Brown, Philip Catsman, Isadoe Cohen, Dina Daum, Bessie Elman, Joseph Fine, Isadore Fine. Harry Fields, Sidonie Gluck. Esther Goodman, Oscar Green, Louis Greenblatt, Ralph Kreiger, Maxim Hershey, Elix Hinkes, H. Mach, David Pottash, Sophie Rosenthal, William .Schneidman, Isadore Schwartz, 1 David Singer, Sarah Sparr, Eva I Taub, and Samuel Wilchyk. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub is 'out going president. Reservations may be made by i calling Mrs. Isadore Fine, 3-8453, j or Mrs. Sam uel Gel tner, _3-_6508. r Judge Bernard A. Frank was presented an engraved gold plaque at a special meeting of the officers and board of directors guest of honor of the banquet. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. —Ardmore LOOK TO THE FUTURE WITH CONFIDENCE! RE-ELECT D. LEE POWELL YOIR CITY COUNCILMAN pf^T^SST OF FLORIDA LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES r paid Political Adv.



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IY 25, 1951 Jewish rhrkHan sonally Speaking eries of family simchas is in the offing for Mr. and Mrs Cohen of 3003 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach The are leaving for Port Chester, N. Y., on May 30 to attend Jding of their granddaughter. Phyllis Katz, r n j une 3 (ill then proceed to Teaneck, N. J., for the Bar Mitzvah grandson, Barry Cohen, on June 16. They will return July 4. + I Leon H. Caplan, who has been visiting her brother3nd sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, left Friday for ie in Chicago. jl Goldsmith, a resident of Miami for the past six years jmerly of Des Moines, will leave here Sunday for New there he will sail May 30 on the LaGuardia for a fourIstay in Israel. While in the Jewish state, he will visit >s and nieces residing in Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Idsmith is the father of Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, 1601 S. W. PAGE 7 A te. |. and Mrs. Harold Barkowitz, 5860 S. W. 11th Street, Ice the birth of a daughter, Michelle Lynn, on May 11 at (Sinai Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. rosd of Miami and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Annie jiiz of Charleston, S. C. The baby's father is associated ag Shoe Repair Shop in Miami Meach. Jebrating her twentieth birthday Saturday is Miss Phyliss [Schermer. Miss Schermer, a student at the University of is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. + + Is. Jacob Lifset of 2131 S. W. 16th St. left for Hartford, (this week. + h, Sidney Boeninger will fly to New York to attend a [of weddings, graduations and other social events. kth Saal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, 1500 [12th Avenue, was valedictorian of the first annucl comaent of Hebrew High School. Sponsored by the Bureau tosh Education, the exercises were held at the Miami In's Club. + |rs' week, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon flew to Macon, Ga., id the wedding of Mr. Gordon's cousin. Jack Lincoln of The bridegroom is also the nephew of Phil Somberg. |Miamians attendina the wedding of Lincoln to Miss Zelda of Macon were Mr. and Mrs. George Feller, Mr. and ^seph Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Alexander, Mrs. EmanDrdon, and Jerry Alexander of West Palm Beach. On ky, the Harry Gordons flew to New York to attend a fuand returned Wednesday morning. • :-c* VI i:.....vr,. Installation ceremonies of th* Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai h Women al th Sans Souci Hotel's Vendome Room find, from fa right, Mrs. Charles Goldberg. Mrs. Blanche Lebow, outpresident Mrs. Ida Optner, president Mrs. Milton Weinkle %  Mrs. Sally Nudleman. Officers who will lead the Mount Sinai Hospiial Women's Auxiliary for the coming year arc, front row. left to right, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Harold Spaet. vice presidents; Mrs. Max Dobrin, honorary president; Mrs. Monte Selig. president; Mis. Louis J. Krensky and Mrs. Jack A. Ablir. vice presidents. In the back row. left to right, are Mrs. Isaac Levin, parliamentarian: Mrs. Harry Plaloff. auditor; Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. financial secretaries; Mrs. Max Dreyer and Mrs. Fred Jonas, treasurers; Mrs. Morris Goldin. corresponding secretary: Ms. Leon J. E1L recording secretary, and Mrs. Saul Herman, vice president. The officers were installed at the annual meeting of the group Friday at the Saxo ny Hotel. —Ardmoie Academy Women Schedule Dance Plans for a Father's Day dance and barbecue are being made by the Hebrew Academy Women of Miami Beach. The affair will be held at the Kingston Hotel on June 16. An orchestra will play for dancing and a floor show will be presented, according to Mrs. Louis Miller, chairman of the event. Assisting with arrangements are Mrs. Ethel Cohen and Mrs. Rosalind Nowak, co-chairmen, and Mesdames Ruth Rubinowitz, '. Dira Koretzkv, Ruth Fertel, B. Stolter, L. Escott, Rose Genet, Rose Richter. Louis Makovsky, J. Udell, G. Kimmel, J. 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LY 25, 1951 mi At Home Awards ficates were awardpen at the National krdiac Home Monti proficiency in the lew, Bible and Jewwere made by krtzman, executive De Bureau of Jew, which sponsors at the home. Mrs. n, class teacher, also exercises, %  ho received certifi^anklin Weingai ten, Myron Baronofsky, Warren SchoenFrankel, Daniel Ha Lipshitz, Leon jie Eisenberg, LeonjElene Kaplan, Jay [Evelyn Goldstein, and Roxanne Lis-JeHistnorMfon 1 PAGE 9 B Inspect llakery [the 50 : 000th person Big automatic Hol*k< ry at South Mifeek, Mrs. Virginia %  a .'Manager at North lentary school, was |th a big orchid by ash, executive vice general manager of co. pltic plant produces of bread hourly, fcd by a stream of ndividuals. Fourteen s in the Holsum trained as hostesses Isitors through the jiartments. Chandler, prominent vegetable growing circles, is president, was founded in fith a large fleet of \s retail outlets, resinstitutions in Dade, Monroe counties. Time Changed iJcsbop for Democralive dramatic pronow be heard on Ironings at 8:30 over WMIE, according to ement by Gilbert J. lal director of the Ition League of B'nai JRAHAM SEIF IFIED MOHEL iced in Leading lls in New York "all 5-1682 INTENSION ional nights whan narkeepa you awake—-am keful the harder you try I Those daya when tenae you irritable and jumpy ankier and more reatlese y to fight the feeling? line can help you on days ^ like these. It has been od for more Follow avoid exces[Get Miles your drugdescent tabPc — Liquid, lili's Labors* NERVINE Mrs. Ben Jacobs is chairman of B'nai B'rith Women Slate Games Night „,."?' R !" scvelt Chapter of .first fund-raising project of the the event Tickets may be obis nai B nth Women will sponsor | group, and proceeds are eartaincd by calling 58 2 96" and Sovelei" *£< al d T Part T at ihe i ma ke d for B'nai B'rith commun' 29 at i.0 n T"! S n ay> MUV I t y Pr ieCtS 8CC0 lng to Mrs. 29. at 8.30 p.m. This w.ll be the 1 Gerald P. Soltz, president will be on sale at the door. The group recently held a surprise farewell party for Dr. and Mrs. Sam Leb at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Malter. The Lebs are leaving shortly to live in Memphis. Mrs. Leb has served as fund-raising chairman of the chapter for the past several months. • • in Tire Quality .and Service Roy"' W^ytfSs^, 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. 5. Royal tires immediately, he can render complete, responsible service on your old tires toward keeping you in safety and comfort till your new tires arrive. UNITED S T A T E S RUBBER COMPANY Easy Budget Terms L ittle As 81.00 Per Week WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE 4900 N. W. 2nd Avenue More than a Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami NO R T O N c5??n E c. TWO STORES MIAMI 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-4639 MIAMI BEACH 1454 ALTON'ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot, President



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25, 1951 • 'Jmi$t fhrtm&n NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B %  ENTION TO MAKE JM FOR FINAL IHARGE •DOE'S COURT, FLORIDA.—NO. OF CLAIRE M. %  metimea known iix LYNCH, sometimes 1,1. Y PARSON, Dagiven that I have i and petition for fns Administrator of li:K M. REYN< M.I is. %  CLAIRE M PH known as pi ILLY til. and that on the pjr,i, I will apply \v. }•'. Blanton, Dade County, Plorof said final report charge as AdmlnlaIte of CLAIRE M. fc etlmes known as ^EvNi'll. .sometimes K I'AliSi IN. deceased. April, 1951. |K R REYNOLDS, if Batata of LDS, sometimes M LYNCH, is POLLY l>NS, ESQ. dg. %  %  aW PUBLICATION %  T COURT OP THE %  UDIOIAL CIRCUIT K I>A1)E COUNTY, %  N CHANCERY. NO. |AY. Defendant. MAY %  lace lew York. JKRERY NOTIFIED omplaint for Divorce Ingalnst you in the cause and you are to sarva a copy of [tli. Bill of Complaint attorney! and file office of the Clark ft on or before the \ l>. 1961. pall be published once consecutive weeka In < IRH >i \\. a newspaa 111 >". Florida. mi, Florida, tills 27 Si LEATHERMAN, the Circuit Court. lea! i fev XI. C. FEIGE, I eputy clerk. En 'ATHAM, ,"V •iff BU : |Y PUBLICATION I Cl H'RT I >F THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HAM: CHANCERY NO. IN, Plaintiff IN, also known as Defendant. ERMAN, also known as pis, 'i Flanders Hotel, gt., New York, Hired to serve a copy to the Hill of Comoro,on the plaintiff's |o file the original anllee of the Clerk of the Ion or before the fith [A. D. 1951; otherwise, Omplaint for Divorce, herein, will be taken |y you. ami, Florida, this the 1951. Ii. LEATHERMAN. the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Seal) IE. Deputy Clerk IllBDMAN, Plaintiff lldg Miami, Florida. 4DF.R FICTITIOUS kME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that 3, desiring to engage In the fictitious name of IO MOTORS Sth St., Miami, Fla., lngr said name with the .'IIVIIU Court of Dade JEL L WEINDROP [MAER & FLOYD Huildlng, ; WEINDROP ENTION KNEYS! Florldlan oltxjal notice*. your QQQ fni f^rt tn e service) at es. Phone 2-1 141 ngr servic*. I.N i iii'. ( KCI n ('(inn' i.e. .,.,,,. R UTH CH ^^C-/ W Plaintiff, vs BERNARD KARASICK Defendant. TO: BERNARD KARASICK 221 South 4th Street klyn, -N.u York You are hereby notified that a inn of omplaint for Divorce baa been "led agalnsl you, and you are heYebv '"•i""" 1 to wrve a copy ... awer to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of h ", ll : nr '"' '•-"" '"' bef 88 day ol May, 1951; otherwise, the alewtlona IOI aaid BUI of Con win be take,, as confeaaed Dated this 27 day of April, 1951 B. I! LEATHERMAN ,,; r, rl,, k f Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By It. H. RICE, .IR OEOROH ,T. TALIANOFF ty ^ Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 5/4-11-lS-o-, ... ~f:?. T,CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY ULDiUDA. IN PROBATE, NO! In Re:' ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE FERDA, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPHINE FERDA deceased late of Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. w. F. ISLAXTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Sud claims or demands to contain iii.legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforeaa Id, %  'i* aa me will be bai i • d Date April 26. AD. 19 MAURICE FERDA, As Executor of the l.a-' Wl Ti lament of JOSEPHINE FERDA, 11.. MAX R SILVER Attorney for Exei 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the ii" lerslgned, di business under th< I titlou nu n t i "roydon Men Shop at ill N E 2nd Ave., Miami. Intends to r name with the Clerk of the Court of i>.• tie <' mnl \. Fin JACOB WOLF Sole %  > nar 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY.— IX CHANCERY, NO. 14061S. AXtlKI-n VITl d'l, Plaintiff vs MARIA VITUCCI, Defendant. You, MARIA VITUCCI, 2012 West Fourth Street, Brooklyn, New York, ara raojulrad to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiffs 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 M, 1961, otherwise a Decree Pro ConfeSM will be entered against you. Dated April 26, 19:, 1 E B, I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO plaintiffs Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby gi\en that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MELODY COFFEE BHOP at 31 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami .'.-. Florida, intend to register such name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HARRY SANDERS SARA BANDERS 6/4-11-18 -' 5/4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >• THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IR I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY. NO. 140748. >SEPHINE ALONSO, Plaintiff, \s. CESAR ALONSO, Defendant. i: Cesar Alonao Juan Delgado No. 3 Salltoa Suarez, "K hereby notified that a Rill Complaint for divorce has been .d against you and you are required serve a copy of romwn !"!" oln Road, Miami Reach. Florida. 1 file the original answer or plead, in the office of the '-lerk of ', h s e cult Court on or before May 1 If you fall to do so. i^ m ^ default will be taken against > ou the relief demanded in the Bill of e -' t h 8 E n V a L^ATHE^N Deputy Clerk. %  11-18-25 Ha\ Uncoln :omr Date COMPANY PERSONA*. AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 I* N.K. 2nd ST. MIAMI S .-.*.-•.. LEGAL NOTICE IV IM?,T ICE BY PUBLICATION El I 'vi-v i\' { 1 T '" ll; 1 OF THE ,.',,V", '" JUDICIAL cntcriT „.'•'•'• "I.A |N AND FOR DADE H07t ~ IN CHANCERY, N„ HAROLD J p BALDWIN Plaintiff &Sf OR,E V BALDwr^""' '", %  V AI |','"y"' : V BALDWIN, iah! .New York. J ARE IIKKKKV ,„„.,.,.,, „, a 'in or complain) for divorce has been ;; o' 1 -';".'"" %  "" %  ; "'" >"" %  "••• '"•'• %  '" l 1 1 "-' 1 '" %  • a opj ol .o.,r annlVooiVj-"'", '' : '"' %  ""l' l ''i' on the itentlffa attorney, and rile the orur! "•" n %  ff f the ci.'rk of the circuit Court of Dade County! '"' %  V'! 1 r l "" ,r "" %  nth das of June. Uol, in defaull of which the .HI of complaint will be take, aa coni I ngalnsl vou DATED this 9 day of May, 1961 (t Ircult Court Seal) E B, LEAHERMAN, By: WM. \v. STOCKING NORMAN R LYONS DepUty Clerk Sip Olympla Bldg., -Miami. I'l.i Attorney for Plaintiff. 6/11-18-23 /i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE *S HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng t.. engage in business under the fictitious name of KAYS HLOFSE SHOP at 214 X. E, 1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ESTHER (!. KURZROK, Sol,. Owner, MYERS. HERMAN' & KAPLAN Attorneya for Applicant Seybold P.uiidiiig r./li-is--.-. 6 i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN" THIS CIRci'lT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY, No. 140972, MARION L. JARVIS, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD JARVIS, Defendant. To Edward Jarvls, Summit Avenue, Yorktown Heights, N'.w York. Yl If ARE REQUIRED to ae co|>y of your Vnswer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs itton • and to file the ot ulna I • Iffice of the Clerk of the C ill Court In and for I >ade a or before the 111 Ii .. Ithe bill of con t filed hi :%  m i:i be taken .is oliffssed by \ou. DATED at Miami, Florida, this \i daj ot Maj E B LEAHERMAN, i "lei ill C iurt Courl sv.il) Bj WM W. STOCKING, Deputy clerk. NORMAN R LYONS, 910 i Hympia Bldg Miami, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff. 6/11-1S-2S •' %  /! NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of Chapter ST8 of Florida Statutes Annotated ((1941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein A. O. TRAnSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO., a Florida corporation, by virtue of its warehouse lien, has in its possession the following described personal property: i\-cd 2 Blngar Sawing Machines 1 Ration Hole Machine 1 Single Motor Stand Misc. Household Hoods as the property of .Morris Krafchlk, 269 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach, D.ole Couny, Florida; that on the 1st day of June, 1951, during the legal hoins of sab. mainly between 11:00 foran i and 2:00 In the afternoon, at the front door of A 0 TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO., 8049 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, the underalgned shall offer for sale to the hlgheal bidder for cash in band, the above described personal property as the property of the said .Morris Kraf.hick. 259 Waahlngton Avenue. Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida. DATED at Miami Reach. Florida, this the l-th day of May. 1951 V O TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO 5/18-25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FUR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA —IX CHANCERY. NO. 140719. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ANGELA A.MRIto, Plaintiff JEROME G. AMRRO, Defendant. JEROME c. AMHRO 119 Central Avenue Brooklyn, New York. .,„_.„.,,. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Divorce has been filed against vou in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorneys and file the original in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on or before May 31st. 19ol. THIS NOTICE shall be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of "•VRLKATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk PALI/IT. SILVER, ABDO A MULLOY Attornevs for Plaintirr __ 804 lngraham BBuBllding. Miami, Fla. 6/4-11-ll-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i„ business under the fictitious name LITTLE RIVER MEDICAL LABORATORY at 8163 N.E. Hid Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of DadeCounD^>nda ;(ihi)nKRO KASS. FULLER .v CULBREATH Attcirneys for Janet 8. Goldberg LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND Hilt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN CHANCERY, NO, 14172. ROBERT EMBLETON, Plaintiff vBSTELLE II. EMBLETON, I tefendant To; E8TELLE II EMBLETi IN 55 Shields Street Elmwood, i 'onnectlcut. You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Rill for Divorce has bei n filed against you In the above entitled causi and you are hereby required to Jjrva • copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneya, and file thi inal in the offl ,r the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th daj of June, A, D 1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you, This Notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14 daj ol Mav. 1931 E l: LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seall By WM, W. STOCKING, i deputy i flerk PAI.OT. SILVER, ABDO AMULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 804 Ingraham Building, Miami, Fla. 5/18-25 H/l-s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of DADE cou.XTY BUSINESS A CIVIC WELFARE LEAGUE at P. o. Boy 4666, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RICHARD BRYCE, 6/18-25 6/1-1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AXD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IX 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 notifi.-d and required to present any and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of HARRY BI ILOTIN, I ed late of had.County, Florida, to the lion. w. I-. Blanton, County Judge of D.oh County, and file the same In his office iii the County Court House in Dade county, Florida, within eight i alendar nths from the date of he fast publication hereof. Said I lalms or demands to contain the legal addr i the claimant and to be sworn to and presented a.aforesaid, or same will be bai i ed. Set tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date Ma. i". AD. 1951, HENRIETTA Bl d.< ITIN As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased.DE COSTAS, M \ER & I LOYD 600-8 Blacayne Bldg., Miami, Fla, Attorneys for Administratrix 5/18-tS 6/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oh' FLORIDA, IN AND I < >ll 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 R. SILVER, r:i 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, 1941. If you fail to do BO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Rill of Complaint. DOXE AXD ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this imh day of May. 1951. E B. l.EATHERMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy clerk. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff HL'L" Seybold Building Miami 12, Florida 5/18-25 6/1-s NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI-oRIDA IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY—IN CHANCERY. No. 140978. GEORGE BR08S, Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE BROSS, Defendant. To: PAULINE BROSS, L':i Boll Street. Dalawanna, New Jei -• > TOU ARE HEREBY Notified that :i bill of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your anawer to the bill of complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, on or before the 11th day of June. 1951, in default of which the bill of complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 9 day of May. 19al. E. B. LEAHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS, 910 Olympla Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff. 5/11-18-25 6/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE CASKET SHOP, at 1622 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Pale County, Florida. HARRY ERLANGER JOSEPH CARD i Attorney for owner 914 Stiybold ,Uldg. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN" THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IX PROBATE, NO 26 1 In Re ESTATE OF LEON FREED, Deceased. To AH credit,, i ,,n,i All Pel Having claims or Demands Against 8a d Estate' You, and each of >"OU, are hi notified and required i<> presenl any claims and demands which you either of you, may havi estate of LEON FREED di i late of 1121 South Miami Avenue, M ami. Dade County, Florida Hon. w. 1-. Binnton, County Judge ol Dade County, and file the same in hi.office in the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the fast publication hereof, said i or demands to—contain the legal adfln of the clfflmant and t,< i„ to and presented as aforesaid, same will be barred, Bee ."section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act, Date Mav IMP \ D i"1 /s/ MAE H F REED Ai Executrix of the List V and Testament ,l LEON FREED, Deceased MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN ,;">,! Seybold Bt tiding, Miami. Florida Attorneys for Executrix 5/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX Tin: CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I LORIDA, IN AND Fop. DADE COUNTY — IN CHANCERY, NO. 141246, PAUL It ROXAX. Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN I. RONAN, I), feiidant. To: EVELYN L. RONAN, c/o Walter Ross,. Onaga, Kansas You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill Of Complain' !,,l Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Cleric ,>f the circuit Court on or before Che 21 day "'' June, A 11 195.1; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as conf, -s,.,l le. you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 21st day ot Mav. 1951. i: H LEATHERMAN. ci.-ru of the i ircult tourt Dade County, Florida circuit Court Seall Bj WM. VV STOCKING I '••;, .' MLTON \. FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, .1 Bldg., Miami, Florida 5/25 6/1-S-li NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CHI i il l-l.i IRIDA IN AN'I i I i ii: DAI >E COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO. 141223. CHARLES SKODA, Plaintiff, >' DOROTHY SKODA. Defi I SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DOROTHY SKODA Grant Street Wayne, New Jersey You ,irr hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Anawei or Pleading to the BUI >f Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Stanley D, Caldin, 748 Seybold Building, Miami. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offi, f the clerk of the Circuit court on or before the 21 day of .lune, 1961. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D. E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Cirult Com:. Dad.County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM, W BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. STANLEY D CAIDIN, 71 Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attornov for Plaintiff 6/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTCE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at 1865 North Bay Causeway, Town of North Bay, Village, Miami Beach, Fla Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County. Florida BEN BOW REALTY CO, By: %  Irving Greenfield, President, GENET A OENET Attorneys for BENBOW REALTY CO. 5/86 6 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign,,!, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Tropical Vendors at 141 S. W. 53rd Ct.. Miami, Fla., intends to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD HARELIK. Sole Owner. 5/23 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY SALON, at 280 NB, 4th Street, Miami, Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GLADYS STANTON. 5/18-25 8/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam, of Kelt insurance Agency at 1740 Alton Road, Miami Reach, intends to register said name with the Clark Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SEYMOUR KE1T 5/4-11-l-?6



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m MAY 25. 1951 +Jelsfifk)ridriair7 PAGE 5 A rieaii Jewry Won't Junk Civil -Ganzman Unveiling 1-lM'S Despite lll'fll IIySteriO The dedication of the monuments were exploiting the cam-! m er t J? tne memory of the late Paisn against Communismfor BS^ a SSCTklSTSSd? JS thenown ulterior purposes. take place Sunday. May 27, at 1 Cohen, stressing the "unelter!>• m %  Woodlawn Park Comeable opposition of the Jewish ''. rv with Rabbi Lion Kr< Community to Communism" ana officiating. Mi. Ganzman is suroutlining the role played by Jewvived by his wife, Ann.,; a broth; VNTIC CITY, (AJP)—A irish coordinator this week American Jewry's rei sacrifice civil liberties ,,l "an emotional and irial anti-Communist wave [Vsweeping the country." Lking before dele gates to (tiorTal Conference of Jewish agencies in tting the %  • Samuel: and a sister bcial Workers here, Jules movement, asserted that "we reMr^Ganzman v. [da memNational Coordinator of fuse to go along with the danger'" er %  B. P. O. Elks, 1601, M ional Community Relaous extremes to which the AmerBeach. Arrangements are in lationa Advisory Council, coordiican public is being pushed by Palmer's Miami Monubody for more than a D f leading national Jewish zations, asserted that "naVmcrican anti-liberal elelles Center School Final Assembly Coral Gables Jewish Cen^ligious School will hold its assembly in the temple on f, May 27, at 11:30 a.m. ,ji Skop will officiate in pnsecration service for the fgarten. Awards and prizes excellence in citizenship, rship and attendance will ade by Mrs. Edgar Miller, tan of the education comBC hcxil term will close June the current emotional and irra:) Friends and relatives tional anti-Communism wavi ted to be present. which is sweeping the country." ; Major Jewish organizations in MoSCOVilz Unveiling combination with other ar.ti-! %  ,. ,. Communist liberal groups, Cohen %  „, Tnc dedication of a rnonutold a convention session devoted E*"!, 0 ho ZSg***, of *• lat to "Internal Security and Ir.di}Jg !" M r os ?? v t2 k formc r, lv of vidual Rights," continue to op1( ? 34 llth Ave.. will take Pictured at the installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on May 16 at the Saxony Hotel are (left to right ) Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Saul Herman, newly elected president; Mrs. Louis Stoff. Mrs. Irving Rothrran and Mrs. Aaron Farr. newly elected vice presidents. The officers were installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual vidual Mights, continue to oppl Sundav Mav 27' at 2 n m leadei of the congregation, who prepared an operetta especially nSSS^V^^Sf "the >" Mt. S "afcemet,,": with Rab" fox the occasion. Th/song. were sung by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. enactment of local" 1 ant?-Com? Simon April ^officiating. Mr. accompanied by Organist Hy Fried. munist ordinances which gener^^" vilz is survived by his wife. \ ally are unnecessary for national J^&TSkf^lLiffi Mrf dwn\ dSSSlteftu tf fSrK&^RSrtSiiai Mrs. Peter Brod was elected ,,, n g Lillian Moscovitz: also four president of the Miami Business "The extremist anti Com-iiu-' randt,hllc:rc r-M r Moscovitz was and Professional Group of HaIhe extiimist .ii.ti-uom.i.u a rremocr of the Miami Hebrew .... nist campaign," Cohen said, "is School and Congregation. Ar-! dassan at a recent meeting ol the being used as a smokescreen beran are j n charge of organization. hind which anti-liberal forces are i>.,i.,. :s Miami Monument Co. Others elected to office were working effectively to block civil elatives are asked Edytne Bernste jn, fiist vlce ; a theatre party on July 9 and lla• nn Mav i. Miami Beach Riverside Chapel. Rabbi Joseph it. Narot offlelating. RUTH SCHWEITZER 5C of 7SS ih St.. Miami Beach Passed awas suddenly at !>••> home on Mas ?9 shl is survived by husband, Allen, one brother. Bernard QoMwater. one .;M.I Mrs. Mildred LaVlne. both ol x,w i-ork Cltj Remains *wttoNe York City for services and burial bj Miami Beach Rlver SEEUG SCHWARTZ 19, ol 1211 100th SI gaj Harb .,,„, passed Rway suddenls Maj --• i i,iJ home He was a restaurant gfanagev JSmlnS from New York City .,; Lear* ago He la survived b> NIK wife Mrs Ele ^warts two ions Barry and Larry, his mothei, M?s Kate Schwarts. two sisters, Mrs. v,v,., I-,,,., and Mrs. Mae NMriteh. and two brothers, Hymen and Henryv W ||| be held at 11 oclock Thursdas Mav 24, at Miami Beach ,.,.,•-..• Rabbi Irving Lehrman offlSftS In'teVmenl a< fit. Nebo Cemeterj SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST._ .•1 NAT ROTH SAYS! "One Good Term Deserves Another' >lv Brother: BURNETT ROTH Oifers Himneli For Re-eiertion TO CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH His List of Accomplishments During His Past Two Years As a Miami Beach City Councilman Is a Matter of Record. I URGE MY HUENDS TO VOTE FOR AND iUPHMKF BURNFTT ROTH FOR RE-ELECTION JUNE 5th LEVER 22A This Political Ad Paid For By Nat Roth



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LY 25, 1951 |onor I nil Id Annual Sunday guard %  •>' the Norferown Post No. 174, J Veterans, will hold % %  rial Day servMay 27, at 10 jni Nel o Cemetery, the Jewish VetI will be decoratwhich will the commemoration }i:M irris, past deride:' of the State : first lieutenant iard. Rabbi Murwill speak briefly. chaplain of the chant the El Moleh followed by taps j illeys fired by the of the event is Osprt. senior vice comihe post. Members of throughout the area to post their individBl this service. Mrs. Fein Passes Word has been received that Mrs. Barnett Fein. moth, r oi Mrs. Morris Alpert, passed away in Springfield. Mass., on Sunday May 20. b „: n called to !) %  lore. B %  Vlpert, Mrs Fein is survived by nett; a son. Irving; and a daughter, Ida: six grandchildrei tive gre it gr indchildren. Her grandchildren from Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Nussbaum and Mrs. Robert Merritt, Hew to Springfield to attend the funeral which was held on May 2] The family is sitting shiva at the home of Irving Fein, 50 Abbott Street. Springfield. Requests Mail Address Since it is the policy of Congressman William Lantaff to answer every letter and postcard which comes to his office, he has issued a request that all persons writing to him include their mailing address. ZJgrt&nuMu} PAGE 11 A ell J£f ma.? ii M ? 9? "£V" lh Rone Y Pla Hotel for the tea which honored D. Lee Powino UomZTL rLkl mi I?"?' ^ n ^ ay ;. Ma y are these hoilessei. In the front row. readLwnd AW 9 V' X! Mesdames Rh ? da M L vir.e. Rose Weiss. Lee Powell. Milton Weiss and GlaTser Ernrn^Fri-nrt T* SfVSbL !" J" lhe r us ual ord e Mesdames Stella Moscow. Herman Born E SHr.ll.nrfQ r R ^ b,ns J ?"• J*Y Perlmutter. Harry Boonshofl. Charlotte oorn. t. b. Holland. S L Grover Morrow and Morris Cohen. [Sinai Takes Lead In Educating ins At Medical Seminar Physiciai kai Hospital is taking educating local physiargeons in the latest and treatments of disheart in presenting nual seminar on cardiseases this week into hotel, according Sortner, executive cii0 physicians fr >m bi' this country and fcttei ding the meet, i Fndav. ly in this area, which ,i! ny persons sufferfe: t dise ises, it is imour physicians keep a ; oew theor(i. i md treatment tner said. |ai Hospital, although jtion, has recognized ind has scheduled apb. veral of the leadI and surgeons in in the fields of the Brain."' he phases being dish< seminar is arterioshardening of the arVohn Gofman, of the I of California, is exrecent research he j has conducted on the cause of hardening of the arteries, parI ticularly in relation to coronary 'heart disease, Gertner said. "This ; appears to be the closest the medical profession has come to learning how this condition occurs, and it has already led to investigation of methods of continuing and even preventing this dread disease." he Other sp it the seminar include Dr. Cli ude S. Beck, of Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland; Dr. David I. Al ramson, oi Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago; Dr Samu I University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Dr. Seymour S. Kety, of University of Pennsylvania, I delphia; Dr. Charles W. Robertson, of Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals, Boston, and Dr. Otto Saphir, of Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. In charge of arrangements for the seminar is Dr. Milton S. Saslaw. Assisting are Drs. Louis Lemberg, Paul Plotkin, Jandon Schwarz, David A Nathan, Sanford Levine, Leo Levin, Harold Rand and Rudolph Drosd. Hospital Auxiliary To Sponsor School For Practical Xurscs •>a ( n 1 n lma ,. xing a year in which over I m '"ee, was unanimously accept^9.000 hours were spent in the j ed. The new officers, who were service of Mount Sinai hospital, • installed at the meeting, are Mrs. trie Women s Auxiliary of the Selig, reelected president: Mrs hospital held its thud annual Louis Krensky, Mrs. Harold meeting at the Saxony hotel Fri. Spaer, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, aay ; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Jack At the luncheon meeting, the I Ablin and Mrs. Saul Herman, auxiliary announced it has uni vice-presidents; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, dertaken as its project for the recording secretary; Mrs. Morris coming year the sponsorship of Goldin. corresponding secretary; the educational program for a Mrs. Fred Jonas and Mrs. Max School for Practical Nurses to Dreyer. treasurers: Mrs. Philip begin in September. In making I Lefkowitz and Mrs. Maxwell Hythe announcement. Mrs, Monte I man, financial secretaries; Mrs. president, presented the first check for the establishment of the school to Max Orovitz, president of the hospital. "We have made extensive studies Of various projects to which we could best devote the funds we have raised from our dues and the profit-making activities we have conducted at the hospital. We feel that nowhere is the need as great as in the training of personnel to staff the hospitals and care for the sick of Harry Platoff, auditor, and Mrs. i Isaac Levin. parliamentarian. The installation ceremony conducted by Mrs Max Dobrin, honorary president. National Hospital Day, which occurred on May 12. was celebrated by the group in a review of "Florence Nightingale" by Cecil Woodham-Smith given by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. At that time the life and ideals of Florence Nightingale were brought before the group which was organized on her birthday just; the community," she said. "Our research has revealed that the j three years ago. practical nurse is today a vital | Another feature of the propart of the staff of any hospital, gram was the annual report, in At Mount Sinai, we can not only which Mrs. Selig reviewed some provide classroom techniques in of the achievements of the Wornpractical nursing, but also clinen's Auxiliary during the past ical work in the hospital itself, year. This report was illustrated Bob Brenner is handling the directing chores for the Coral Gables Jewish Cen:er production of "The Jazz Singer," which will be presented at the University of Miami Box Theatre on June 2. 3 ar.d 4. Brenner is a veteran of the theatre, having launched his acting career at the age of 15 in New York City Since coming to Miami 12 years ago. he has been active with the Civic Theatre Group. LEGAL NOTICES We feel this program will do a great deal towards relieving the shortage of trained nursing personnel in this area." she added. The slate of officers for the by Jack Tannenbaum, caricaturist. The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mrs. Cecil Baum. Program chairman was Mrs. Dorcoming year presented to_ the othy Fink. Also participating in the program was Mrs. Harry j Kraft, who sang several selections in costume, accompanied by Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein. Handling the arrangements and reservations for the meeting were Mrs. Harry S. Aberman and Miss Ruth Freedman. membership by Mrs. Aaron Farr, chairman of the nominating comAbbott Sets Rally For Saturday Night Candidate Jack Abbott concludes a week of intensive campaigning on Saturday night w th Student Honored a rally at his headquarters. 237 Oiuaeni nonorea Janice Prod, daughter of and Mrs. David Prod. 1015 46th Street, Miami Beach, was elected to Nu Kappa Tau. highest honorary for women at the J. John Gofman Camp Carlyte For Boys and Girls Hendersonville. N. C. South's Outstanding Jewish Camp ONLY $400 For Full Eight Weeks Includes Free Horseback Riding and Golf Instructions 5th Street 'old Amvet Hall. Abbott ha.s invited all fellow candidates to share time with him, the speaking order to be determined by drawing names from a hat. The meeting ..pens at 8 p.m. Friends of the candidate held a recaption for him on Wednesday at his precinct 20-27 headquarters, 527 41st st. He had opened ins current drive for votes last Saturday with a rally attended by 600 persons at North Shore park. Abbott charged the incumbents "have 'ailed in their responsibilitv to conduct the city's business with dignity and decorum; have failed to give decisive action in urgent matters; have failed to provide adequate improvements and services; and" to render proper law enforcement." He offered a constructive program designed to meet all those points at issue. Every Cabin Completely Modern with inside; Sanitary Facilities Doctor and Nurse on Premises at All Times Represent: tive *• M. SEIGEL Meridian Ave. ami Beach. Fla. Jone 58-8359 Girls' Head Counsellor MRS. A. A. HAYDEN 2145 S. W. 19th Ter. Miami. Fla. Phone 48-5490 ^w %  caw yi xm. i jj o n u pm *"S& *yov snti itabbl Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Arenu* Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 University of Miami. Miss Pred, who is a junior, was chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship and service. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX TI1K ••IIMTIT I'oniT OP TUB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCl'IT OF' FLORIDA, IN AND Pi >ll DADH COl'NTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 141238. ALBERT B. PARENT. Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY Q. PARENT, i lefendant. T<>: DOROTHY O. PARENT T Blackhorie Pike W. Collingswood Heights Mi. 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PAGE 2 A fJe^isti fk>ridliar FRIDAY Hadassah Chapter To Elect Officers ih will i t its %  Miami llinh Debate Team Wins ll'iiai Writh-Sponsored Contest Fr; • I %  '• Shevii S High ; '\ Sh lorn 1 • %  VI I n A ii • \ pert. M:s V I Fred '. • s. Pol %  v e p ... B Gins %  •; .: %  Phil ; nbei ft, ret rdry; Mrs Ha %  • .: secrel Max Gral I v s M I nei Further noniii made from the I Mrs. Milton Sirkii Only mi i rds will '.. • •. %  Dr. Kaplan To Speak Dr J; %  b H Kaplai %  C • %  Stirvi\ | | Di : %  I A C %  Mj! M : Lyons .Marks Third Radio Anniversary %  Non-( Xew Inl l S S student I •. : G i S H Pat I Ja< eson Dal< Sa| %  : V'oi Bill D St '•!:: n I M n -.: %  < %  .-. • to Washtors. Included in i ... • trips 1 S %  v • %  r shv>ioi i. ivinners %  Arx, rid V tnd SM mi'•Red" Lake, M O'Quinn. iar< ia, M illory H. 11 n ton nd "•' %  % %  • in R n of th 1951 .: %  FulThe is an annual event p.ducl ittee %  •• %  i A inism and Vfl (I.MI.ISS.III liroup Sr;ils Mrs. Sapirtft u< i Sapiro was inli nt of tin H up cf Hadassah at the ui | ting of the Mason Ma; 14, at Temple Beth Sh >1 m. Mrs. Aaron C lursh in Bet ved .... ,nst tiling officer. Other office! s recognized at ere Mrs I. A. Mrs. Donald Mui I (scar Sindell, Mrs. II. %  vice ; nts; Mrs \ i g sect el M %  Irving Frumkes, finan M s. Hlen Rothb mding secretory; Mrs. Ben N'.i IK r. treasurer. ucceeda Mrs I. iuis Gol Iman. MAY, ELEcj \ • %  • s C ral %  W %  -Iinut %  *'* A ir.d thi W A ,. -.. %  Y. 149. and y popular •. rtceptior -%  .%  • : • S : 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington AYS OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES 1 JACK ABBOTT Miami Beach Councilman BIG ABBOTT RAtf Saturday. May 26, 8' 237 Fifth St. (Upswl; AH Candidates Have u Invited To Appea, WHITMAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB of Miami Beach A Non-Profit Corporation Devoted To Mat Our Community a Better Place In Which ToLiw SINCERELY URGES YOUR SUPPORT FOB %  '. High s/ho^I St. Con.,,, ,?' "" B '" ,h """ !" <"> FRANK POWELL ROTH LIBERMAN Hade Lawyers -\ow Total'l.:i02 %  %  % %  • %  %  %  : : %  M Zionist Rally Slated '•: Zionist Dist %  %  leth El Centei ... i g • s Qualified and Proven By Years of Experienct In Public Office : DAY WORKERS S5 .. BT C ?K?£" % %  •^s NVEORFILLTIVE N =B V -.-£ HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porter ACE EMPLOYMENT c ... • COULTON BROS. GARAGE Jewish Funeral Services,, Faithfully, we have servo.: J % %  .-. fan ay years. Reverently, knowledge and undt we conduct i h :..:.-: Jewish religious traditions. Surrounded by an atl e. each funeral c :. Ill plete funeral i •*• particular. n I ^ taste ROKEACH BORSCHT .'. .. o e-to c P^irn Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATION* Miami Weal Flaglcr & 20th Are. • Phoned-" 1 Miami Btach ___ tjjjj 1-36 Washington Avc. • Phone 5-7777 -'tllolR AMBULANCE SElVWl !" T KCH v m r-mt Dumm AM ***£*% W NEW ^ORk 76th Scretl tr.d Am*-"** .,] %  OOUn BRONX



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1A Y 25, 1951 ; 1 i i m +Jewish florMinr) PAUE.3 B able* biz BOX >BI SAMUEL J. FOX 1951, Jewixh Telegraphic AK'-ncy, Inc.) : Is it proper accordIwish tradition to select re while yet alive, i. e.. ng it in advance? (T. T., New York.) : According to the MidIviticus Rabbah, 5:5) it iat such is a commend. From a passage in the baiah Rabbi Eleazer dele principle that "A man lave a nail or peg fixed -letcry, in order that he Ire by gain the right to be |n that place." In some it is even mentioned Lfl men should visit their testing place and study or -is there so that the place a hallowed spot. It must ted out, however, that not was in complete agreethe subject. Generally, jiatter of personal preferlthough one cannot help the strong recommendafavor of this practice. tion: Why is it customary the dead with the head "West and the feet to the JEWS IN SPORTS U-M Schedules Student Recitals By HASKELL COHEN (Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) l Th OS e who S M" cling t0 thc old idt 'a that the woman's place is in the kitchen had better take a look at the results of the swimming tournament of the National Jewish Welfare Board and then think things over. The JWB's airmail swimming competition was significant evidence of the extent to which women are coming int.) their own in sports, as well as in other aspects of life. Of 400 entries, 150 were women! TOPFLIGHT MERMAIDS The conhsts produced some outsta'ding performances ly the ••mermaids." Competition was via airmail, that is with the events run off in individual pools throughout the country and results sent in for compilation to the rational otfire of JWB. The Detroit JCC came through with the first place team award in the 20-yard pool category, while the Pittsburgh YMHA took first in the 25-yard pool classification. Coming on the heels of Detroit in the 20-yard events were, in the following order: Chicago. Plainfield. N. J., Omaha. Trenton, Akron. Elizabeth. N. J., and Kansas City. And in the other category, Pittsburgh was trailed by Baltimore and then the 92nd Street YMHA of New York. Star of the tourney was the outstanding Aaron Kurtzman of Plainfield, who is Eastern Intercollegiate breast stroke champ and is a top man on the Seton Hall tank squad. He did the 100-yard breast stroke in 1:02. and the 200-vard breast stroke in 2:25. FIRST OF SEASON They say the first one is the hardest. Al Rosen of the Cleveland Indians took a little time, but finally blasted his first home run of the season on April 28 in the second game of a doubieheader against the Browns. < Cleveland lost both that day.) Thus the valuable third-baseman started on the road that Rosen fans hope will lead to a repeat performance of last year, when he was home-run king of the American League, with 37 to his credit. He batted .287 for the season. Switching from thc baseball diamond back to the basketball court, Madison Square Garden days are over for the basketball team >rk's City College, at least for the time being. The city's The U-M School of Music will present three student recitals during the week of May 27. On the evening of May 28, students from the classes of Maxwell Lepper, Ralph Roth, Jeffrey Stoll and William Sweitzer will be presented in a piano recital j at Beaumont at Beaumont Lecture Hall at 8:30 p.m. Participating will be Harold Rose, Constance Hansen, Benton Ham, Betty Haseltine, Thomas Fiorella, Pamela Baker, Charles Powell, Joanne Graham, Daniel Paul, Barbara Bostick, Marilyn Grayson, William Inglis, Lewis Turner, Lea Spiwak and Stanley Siegel. On Wednesday, May 30, also Lecture Hall at 8:30, Robert Barry, tenor, will give his senior voice recital. Miss Laurel Rubin will be accompanist. WORLD'S LARGEST CREAMERY HHtST |WJJ SVItET BM TtR \7TA5rer: It should be noted that o %  :•. is not universal. I cords of places where • *s buried in a North r-"ition. The famous "aid to have asked to feed trom North to South." leral custom is, however, the dead with the head is the West and the feet tothe East. In general, the advanced for this custom tc that it is a symbol 'o! the action of the dead in the i of thc Messiah to come, claim that the deceased is u i as to meet the rising >f righteousness to be it about when the Others claim that dead will come to Istward towards Jerus: ies are placed faci..„ I at upon rising the dead j is also Maccabi weightlifting champ, not have to be turned about \& A 6t' FINEST SWEET BUTTER of New York „ Board of Higher Education has banned CCNY and other municipal colleges from playing in the Garden as a result of the sensational basketball fix scandal. Meanwhile. 12 former stars have been indicted on bribery charges in New York. The ban on the Garden comes as a blow to Coach Nat Holman, as he was known to favor fnntinuing in the Girden. LIVE UP TO NAME Abe Saperstein's fabulous Harlem Globetrotters continue to pack them in all over the world. Among the latest triumphs was an appearance in Rio de Janiero. Brazil, where more than 38.000 basketball fans saw the Globetrotters gain a 45-35 victory over the Brazilian champs, A. A. Graaji. ... The National Amateur Atrle>ic Union's one-wall doubles handball title was won at the City Athletic Club in New York by Myron Alexander and Vic Elmaleh. They beat Irving Kirzner and bam Bienstock of the Hebrew Educational Society of Brooklyn in the finals. 21-17. and 21-12. RECORDS SHATTERED DISTRIBUTED BY % 2180 N.W. 13th AVE.. MIAMI their destination. Bstion: Why is it customary ry the dead with the face upwards? fcswer: Generally it is regard..nother symbol of the resIt ol the dead. Having the facing up indicates the exit resurrection. 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I |Y 25. 1951 dates [eetin? Lting and installa\s and board of diYM & WHA of Twill take place on 13, at 8:30 p. m. on the Y. |tong committee, unmanship of Albert Bsent a slate of ofTs of the committee Gertrude Miller, sinkle, Mrs. David factor Eber, Malvin ad Mrs. Melvayne | to the election and officers, the meetture the premiere fcf the Beach Y Sym|tra, dancing to the yer Marks and his refreshments. *Jelstncrrtiw The Playgoer 'Chalk Circle' Is Lively Musical Drama of •JCA To Present 'Night off Music' An unusual amount of enthusiasm is being stimulated by "Night of Music," which will ho I | Association at Flamingo Park Band Shell on Thursday evening, June 7, according to Abe Cohen! co-chairman of the social events planning committee of JCA. A committee to solicit patrons for this musical event has been organized under th of Mrs. Leon KaDl with her are Leaif Kapl^*M^ I^V 1 f P Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Milton Sn kin i,, c Freedom Players are a Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Louis i _L a ml Beacn group which prePAGE9A musical direction adds considerably to the effectiveness of the production.—L. A. Ejects Listed )ecision of Israel's ity in the Huleh discussed Friday, j:30 p. m. over Stajby Norman R. Lyler and commentaSchachter's Jewish \c on Sunday, May over the same sta!"The Bond Between Israel as Bulwarks itanan Aggression." Play"The Caucasian Chalk Circle" lacks in professional polish is amply compensated for in spirit and vitality. The Bertolt Brecht play with a score by Mark Bucci, which has had six performances in a converted warehouse at 715 Washh" CdpS !L ngton Avenue M iami Bcach wil1 i ^'t;Si5^^n a r nSatu day M ay i Glasser, Sam Soitlin. Leo Shems< j nts musical productions peoer, Mrs. Benjamin Miller Harold P er >tely by members of the Thurman, Paul Sobel. Ben Essen ; eomm "n"ty. This is their second Rosalie Goldberg, Sidnev Palmer' ? venturP the first having Mai Englander, Leo Huberman' £u n year's highly successful Joseph Duntov and Judge Ken' e Crad 'e Will Rock." This year's offering i s considerably more complex than the Mark Blitzstein opus. It i s a bubbling bouillabaise, concocted of numerous messages of social import, ranging from the futility of war to the crying need for justice, and seasoned with biting r's Day Fete f Congregation Beth plans for a preswim party and p on Sunday, June 3, it the home of Mr. xander Rosen, 3155 je, Coconut Grove, H Mrs. Jack Shapiro, KENT CEASE neth Oka. In addition, committees have been set up in each of five agencies of JCA to promote this program. In the Miami Jewish Community Center the committee is headed by Paul Sobel and includes Abe Cutler, Mrs. D. M Gordon, Mrs. Rose Shlivek, Mr. Paul Gertman, Mrs. Theodore Berman, Irving Saal, Monroe Gelb, Mrs. Myer Forer and Elene Futerfas. I n the North Beach Branch of JCA the committee, consists of Miss Phyllis Wilson, packed house Saturday night; for Miss Buddy Wolfson, Mrs. Joe I everyone seemed to be having a Goldberg, and Mrs. Harry WeitzI wonderful time. In the long run, man. this is the best and final test. In Hialeah-Miami Springs Jew' As the plav opens, an uprising iish Community Center, Mrs. Ada is taking place in Grusinia, which j Roseman, Mrs. Irene Becker, Mrs. j the program decribes as "any|Francine Weinstein, and Mr. and where." The high-handed gov| Mrs. Raymond Lord are the mem\ ernor is killed in the melee, and i bers of the committee. Mrs. Ben ] his equally high-handed wife is Clein, Robert Tauber, Ben Jonas, ; forced to flee. In her haste to get Joe Shankman, and Nathan Adelj away, she is separated from her man are the representatives of I child, Michael, who is picked up Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu[ by a peasant girl, Grusha. Then nity Center. From the YM&WHA follows the flight of th e girl and of Miami Beach the following are members of the committee: Leila Gross, Mrs. Anna Goldberg, Mrs. Bea Huberman, Ruth Haber, Rose Thaler, Daniel Brinskin, and Harry Rose. to mind Little Eva's escape across the ice. During the course of the flight, Grusha adopts the baby as her own, and keeps him for four or five years until his real mother, attempting to gain the child's inheritance, seeks to secure the boy from Grusha. The case is tried before Azdak, whose rise to judgeship the play also chronicles. The music is generally undistinguished, except for the very moving "Song of the Rotten Budge." The lyrics are simple and have a somewhat folksy quality. I Acting honors go to Boris Pritcher, whose portrayal of Azdak, the half-god, half-man is done with Mephistophelian gusto. Pritcher, who doubles as production manager, has a pleasant singing voice. Credit for the play's brisk pace goes to Tally Brown, director and guiding light. Miss Brown also alternates with Marilyn Kaufman in the role of Grusha. rates orchids. 1 Though strict academicians would strenuously object to the dis| unity of the play, there was apparently no academicians in the the baby into the mountains, a process which somehow brought of Failure to roper Fire and Interruption :e. Hawill May why you need CE Ki'1 have policies containing that will prevent you 11 in.: the full amount of r be entitled to rate reducdicies may not correctly | the property insured. I have more insurance than I or duplication of the same iu two or more policies. in uot have the best policy for a particular purpose. Leadership Group Back From Israel The seventh class of the bonim Leadership Institute return from Israel Friday, 25. aboard the liner S.S. Brazi The students, specially selected for leadership potentialities, represent thirteen cities in the United States and Canada. Upon their return these young people will fullfill positions of central leadership in Habonim and in the American Jewish Youth Community. Participating in the course was Harvey Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Goldberg of Miami. The Habonim Institute, a course for young leaders, was established in 1945. Until two years ago, when the institute site was transferred to Israel, the course was held under the auspices of the Jewish Teacher's Seminary or New York. Over the past seven years the Habonim Institute has graduated over 180 youth leaders. During their eight months of study in Israel the students followed an intensive program of studies which included Hebrew, contcmporiry problems of Israel, geography of Israel, songs and dances of Israel, Jewish history, Bible, Zionist ideology, and courses in group leadership. Aside from their program of studies the group visited and worked in a number of agricultural settlements. An official welcome will be tendered the group on Sunday, May 27, at Washington Irving High School, New York City, at 8:30 p. m. py fail to comply with the pis of a policy that can void Tyour insurance protection. study your policies, %  fge or obligation, and whether any of these ezpeusive conditions exist. •phone 82-2611 1 Insurance Agency, inc. W. Seybold Bldg. Mmi 32, Florida Connecticut Companies Cantor Jacob Tambor will entertain residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday, May 27, at 2 p. m. Leo Steinman and Joseph W. Malek are cochairmen of the program, which will also include several variety acts. Shochet on P.-emises Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 'til Noon GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami Phone 2-7808 8c 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH ADVISES THE PUBLIC stores where the sign of the Greater Miami 1. 2. 3. To buy only in Vaad HakaThruth u 1 D 2 displayed; And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. n 1 0 i aTThis is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; To buy your chometz only in stores and bakeries which For sold the.r chometz at Passover Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Telephone 5-3595 818 Michigan Avenue £ bel Treas Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootm. aecy. Israelite Center To Discuss Construction Of Class Rooms Plan for the construction of classrooms will be discussed at the next meeting of the Israelite Center on Tuesday, May 29, at 8 p.m. at the center, according to Irving Sperling, president. The center religious school will hold a picnic on Sunday, May 27, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Platoff Honored For Israel Bond Sales Mrs. Harry Platoff sold 38 Israel bonds in less than ten days to take honors as Greater Miami's top salesman prior to the recent "Salute to Israel" rally at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Mrs. H. C. Moser was runnerup with 36 bonds sold. Mrs. Platoff was presented with a wristwatch for her efforts by Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's Minister of Labor. Ruth Wolkowsky Greenfield's Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. ^ MARCIE LIBERMAN Should Be Re-Elected Your Councilman 1. Perfect attendance at council meetings for 7'/j years. 2. Mayor of Miami Beach. 1947 — If49. 3. Recognized as "watch dog" of oar city's treasury. 4. Obtained additional playqroimd facilities for Miami Beach children. 5. As Mayor, helped establish and broke qroaad for Auditorium. 6. Active in City's purchase of layshore Gvlf Coarse 7. Encouraqed Air Forces to trala personnel her* in th* last war. 8. CarrieffOa continuing battle for separate Miami beach pest office. 9. Helped oriqinate Junior Tennis Tourney in Miami Beach. 10. Spearheaded Miami Beach relations with Cuba, Latin-America. 11. Originator of Miami Beach's off-street parking program. 12. Participated in development of Miami Beach Youth Center. 13. A leadinq banker and outstanding business-man who has Miami Beach's best interests foremost in his mind and heart.



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IbewiislbJElliDiriidliiaun I Annual Meeting For Jewish Social Service during LO RIDA, Doubtful FRIDAY. MAY 25. 1951 SEC. E sh-S4ate Opponents 'lAtokinu \rijument.' MeUrath Mletorts' I ORK (AJP)—Attorney Howard McGrath, unfrom national Jewish %  stant spokesmen for a iitement decrying the 1 separation of church refused to reverse his week and instead rehis opponents as "peout a cause who are just for an argument." *h made the statement _n interview with an [i Jewish Press reporter, view followed a speech rath at the annual dinlawvers division of the Dewish Appeal of GreatYork. to comment on a demand bfeffer, associate general the American Jewish that he apologize for id before the National educational Association rd Kane Named \ Council „d Kane, vice president :antile National Bank and •nt Dade county civic leadbeen appointed to the Naouncil. Joint Defense Apwas announced by Sid[oycr, Youngstown, Ohio, Council chairman, iational Council is the top jng body of the Joint Deappeal, fund raising arm nti-Defamation League of I'rith and American Jewmmitte. Membership on jtional Council is selected Outstanding national leaders ield of organizational prong to combat intolerance ild democratic group uniding. e in the recent Dade on March 30th that "if anything. the church and state must n >t have any fence between them," McGrath tinned to an aide ind retorted. "Who is this Pfeffer and why should I answer him?" U. S. 'Materials Plan' Told To Businessmen Southeastei n Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi. South Caarolina and Tennesse attended a regional meeting in Atlanta on Monduv to discuss the government's newlyistablished "controlled materials plan." This plan, similar to that folny should I answer him.' %  ,,',,,,, %  %  • .'"' The aide shrugged his shoul\?V** m ** "• ls be,n f "Jft" ders. Later the same aide claimllshl ; (l s that appropriate alloted that Pfeffer had misunder,ncntb £ *"* materials may be Pfeffer, speaking before the University of Chicago Law School, asserted last week that "at the best, McGrath owes the American p.ople an apology." "The 1-ounding Fathers," he said, tional defense, h e said. ^^n^W^^hSh 8 ^ Manufacturers using, steel, cop Th e Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami will hold its 31st annual meeting at a brunch Sunday, Mav 27, at 10:30 a. m., at the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. The Bureau is a member of the Community Chest, tthe Welfare Planning Council, and the Greatusinessmenfom i er f( Miami J cwish deration. It 1 offers family ager.cv services to Jewish persons in Dade county, and assists in the readjustments of displaced persons being resettled in Miami from Europe. New nominees for the board of directors are George C'rertkof, Mrs. Louis Glasser, J. M. Kopeloj witz, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, I William Pallot, Dr. Emanuel j Pushkin, Leo Scheiner and David ^ Catsman. Nominated for re-elecI tion" are Benjamin Meyers, Herbert Scher. Mrs. Monte Selig and made, explained Marion A. Leonard, Miami district manager of the U.S department of comJudge Harold Spaet merce. It is part of the overall program of the National Produc' tion Authority to conserve raw materials in short supply for naYOU CAN BUY ISRAEL I be Beth David PTA Picnic Beth David PTA will hold its annual picnic on Sunday, June 3, at Crandon Park. separation between church and and aluminurn will be ca ii ed General chairman of the event state and in fact strongly oppos, ^ lo stato ^ reQuire:tlent8 is Mrs. Isidore Bakst. ed any use of the public funds f th th months beg inning Games and contests are being for any religious purposes pre, j, j on fo| ., ns now bei mahed p i ann ed for children and prizes cisely because they feared such m t bv NPA will b e awarded. use would be an opening wedge whose enlargements would threaten that wall." Showing not the slightest sign of seriously considering a public apology, McGrath sidestepped comment on an editorial by the Christian Century, a Protestant publication, which called upon McGrath to resign and demanded that President Truman remove him if he did not resign. Jewish Centers Association Will Operate S Summer Oaig Camps JC V Art 4roii|i Reeeni ly Formed A new amateur arts group, sponsored by the Jewish Centos '$££'£* Association of Greater Miami, was formed on May 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Friedman. The group will meet the second Wednesday of each month at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Next meeting will be June 13 at 8 p.m. The new organization is under the direction of Zena Posever, art consultant for the JCA. ActCommunity Chest cam• Airman is'Mrs. Bertha Ras. and newly elected ticas M Edith Segal as co >f the Greater Miami JewK n !" '\ Iteration, Kane will particl! chal Jn formulating policy and bns on the fund raising profof the Joint Defense Apboth locally and throughout on: try. For the second successive year the Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami will operate five day camps in Dade County. Th ( camps, which will service between 500 and 700 children from 5 to 12, will be conducted at tthe Miami Jewish Community Center, the Miami Beach YM & Centers WHA, the Flagler-Granady Jew82-6556. ish Community Center, the Hialeah-North Miami Jewish Community Center and the North Beach Area Camp at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel. Opening June 18, all of the camps will continue for eight weeks, five days a week from 9 to 5 p.m. Group and camp activity will include games and athletics, swimming, dramatics, dancing and crafts under the guidance and supervision of experienced counsellors who will go through a week's training period prior to camp opening. Transportaion and refreshments will be included. Operated on a non-profit basis, the Jewish Centers Association camps will be guided by a citywide home camp committee headed by Sylvia Freed Further information may be obtained by calling the Jewish A s s o c i a tion office BONDS >* ft %  *%JP* 3 Theatre Party For Lodge North Shore Lodge ar.d Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith have announced plans for a theatre party on Saturday, June 2, at a performance at the Roosevelt Theatre, Miami Beach. According to Presidents Mrs. Jack Wien and Leo Steinman, tickets may be secured from the chairmen, David Fenton, and Mesdames George Levenson and Lew Huntington. Proceeds from the spring affair will go to the B'r.ai B'rith service programs. 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MAY 25. 1951 Jenisti fhrMbn PAGE 5 B YOUR SUMMER RATION IN THE BLUE )GE MOUNTAINS Religious Directory... Ml !" ( C M arMl !; ,l,0 ', D on Fla 9' er Granada Religious PHI A I A KF INN i•?;,1 iu'\ a ncl Mrs J oscph GIOU P [ -< >M > !" !"!" ^ <^ l m LULn LnllL Hill %  '.".• <>n Saturday morning at 9. Monday through Friday. Satur_^ T_,. rw_i„ u; i a y 2JML 8 £ !" ce W "J ** day services are held at 9 a. m. on Lake Osceola IDERSONVILLE. N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager [OPENING JUNE 1st Ipecial Low Rates for Month of June Imerican Plan Only lest Jewish-American Cuisine Rooms with Bath or Shower rivate Beach and Dock I,..1,1 .,, ,.,,„ :, ,. '" 'va mi 1 iivm ill v u. in. neia .it 8.30 with Saturdav mornand Sunday morning at 8. Suning services at 8:30. Rabbi Simon day school is from 10 to noon, Apui will hold a class in the and Hcbn w school is held Mony ol ithus o the fathers at days and W lays from 4 to p. m. Mincha at 6:30 will 6 i 5:30 be followed by Shalos Sudos and Your.g Israel Synagogue of Maariv. Sunday school is at 10 Miami Beach invites all a. m. with Hebrew school daily fr thei : the country from 3:30 to 6:30. Daily services now visiting in Miami Beach to are held at i:30 a. m. and 0:45 attend its services They will be IPm lu-ld Friday evening at 8:30, SatCoral Gables Jewish Center urday at H a. m. and 0:30 p. m., | (Liberal) will hear Rabbi Morns and daily at 3 a. m. and 6:30 A. Skop discuss -Fact and Fiction I 1 m About the Jews" at the Friday Hieleeh-Miami Springs Jewish ling services at 8:15. This Community Center will begin sermon will pay tribute to the 'i 111 Friday services at 8:30 p. m. YIVO. scientific study group. During the Oneg Shiibat. Dr. Meyer J. Click, active in local Jewish affairs, will hold an open forum. Saturday service and Let XLA OKKY About Your FOOD [Complete Catering Service mtiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS nteriainmenl and all other formal and informal affairs Retails arranged for your PHONE 3-5463 iGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. Cantor Ben Grossbcrg will cl ant the services. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Tfereth Israel Northside Cl t i I will hold services at 6:30 Friday To rah study will be held at 9:30 n '8ht and Saturday services at a. m. Cantor Joseph W. Malek 9 -L m and Stephen Kcssler, organist, Temple Israel o! West Palm will conduct th c musical portion Beach (Reform) will hold "rally of thc services. night"' for the religious school on r nn ~.~ n <;.._ J.4U t= u /<-. Friday evening. The council will jsrseyp-sfjftisai .arc students. Cardies will ghted by Susan Golds i ith. president of the religious school I student council. Friday evening services will be held at 8:15. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) Will Be a Better Tomorrow." services at :io when Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "There Will Be Be a Better Tomorrow." Saturday morning at 10:45. the Bar Mitzvah of Roben Stephen. son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Leonard Gross, will take place. Cantor Beth David (Conservative) will s j Kelemer wU j ren der the hold EViday evening services al ica portions of aU 6:30 and Saturday morning servclosi Exercises for primary, VkV V"w S Jj!fdent services at elemen tary and Sunday sch 10:30. Rabbi Max Shapno and JJ, bc heM ;u g 45 a m SumiuV Car.tor Maurice Mamches will otficiate. Closing exercises of the| Sunday school will be held on, May 27. Temple Israel of Miami (Reform) will hear Dr. Narot discuss "A Reform Rabbi Answers Some Questions About Intermarriage" at 8:15 p. m. Friday services. The rabbi will discuss some questions frequently asked by laymen such g ,., [ 0 n owe( j by Mishna. Mincha services at 6:30 under supervision ," of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and uf S 1f Vm *q Car.tor Louis D. Feder. Saturday morning services will be held at 8:30 when the rabbi will discuss "The Year of Cessation." Saturday night at 6:30, the rabbi will speak on the weekly portion of the law and ethics of our fathers. This will be followed by Mincha and Shalos Sudos. Religious school is held Monday through Thursday at 3:30 and on Sunday from 9 to noon. THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-MADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! Serve with soup cheese as a side-dish. Fit in delightfully with meat ^r dairy menus — a wholesome, tempting treat any and every way! The taste tells you they're good! The name tells you they're Kosher! \A ••: Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 May 27. Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will hear Joseph E. Rackovsky conduct Friday evening services at 6:30. The Rabbi will preach on "Double Measures ar.d Double Talk" at his Saturday morning services ar.d "The Value ol Money" at the aft i via. Daily services are held at ":30 (pomptdi and Sbepenc/ai/e oJU/e Service M IAMI TITLE & Obstruct Co. as "What is the difference between intermarriage and mix< I marriage; How does the n ism regard a civil marriage cen mony; Why do Jewish and ilic poii ts of view differ n Does intermarat 6:45 p. m. is followed on Monind Thursday by class in Ein .. ancl Sunday, Tu Wi ni s lay I y class in J. and customs. Maariv is daily at 7 p. m. Kneselh Israel (Orthodox) will 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Policiei of Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capita!, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Bitcayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. arily mean unhappy !uiltl Friday evening services at 0 marriage?" and "What is conver, n : g atU rday morning ser reform Jewish g 30 t onducte d by Cantor Closing exerAbraham Sc „. At 4:3u ., class „ % %  religious school will Ta i mud v ,i ; be conducted. MinSunday from 10 to II ehg aJ 5:30 wil be followed by „ > Shalos Sudos. Zmiras will follow Israelite Center (Conservative! ^ Maariv w m complete the | -olds daily services at 8 a. m. rvices Da ily services at 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. with Friday night follmvcd by a c i asg in Jewish services at 6 and Saturday servL and cust0 ms. Hebrew point of vie Cises of th be held a. m. 'Dade'Teilekal ices at 9 a. m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak on the weekly portion of the law. Talmud class will be at 4 with Mincha at 5 followed by Shalos Sudos. Hebrew school is held daily Monday through Thursday with Sundayschool at 10 a. m. The religious school will hold a picnic at Crandon Park on May 27 at 10 a. m. Hebrew Academy (Orthodox) will conduct Friday evening services at 6:30 ar.ri Saturday at school is held daily Monday through Thursday from 3:30 to 630 p. m. Sunday religious school is from 10 to noon with r< gistration in the office daily. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) will hold late Friday evening services at 8:30 when Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be the guest speaker. At the Saturday a. m. under the direction of Rabbi, mornin( gerv j Ce a t 9. the rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Saturda\ ^ pre ach on the portion of the at 4-30 there will be a story hour for the children of the community. Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dances and songs taught bv Miss Bobbie Lauer. Mincha will be held at 6:30 p m. with Shalos Sudos following. Services are held daily at U0 am and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morning services at 8. Downtown Synagogue (Ortho dox) Will have Friday evening at 6:30 conducted by • Listen to lhe JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 3 to 4 Wednesday & Friday from 1:30 to 2 services •— —. (.„. Rabbi Marvin. Zelkowitz and Saturday services al 8:30 a. mMm '^a will be at 0.30 p. ^followed by Shalos Sudos and Mafiv. Sunday morning service wlU be held at 8:30. and dady services are I eld at 8 a. m. and 6.45 p. m. •''Vemple Beth El.ofWeg Pab %  Beach (Conservative) will con duct Friday evening scmces at, £--; f^ use of apartment. !2 Bt nTuSr m r3nSn Call before noon-9-5705. 0 f fubbi'ManuelGreenstein. He^ w< < k". Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant, assisted by the center choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Saturdav afternoon Bible class at 5 will bc followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior services will be held Saturday morning at <)-30 in the assembly halfl. Daily religious school is M o n d a y through Thursday from 3:)0 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. 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PAGE 6 B ? %  hnist fkrirfiir Israeli Vessels Ordered Home NEW YORK u\JP>— The historic visit to American shores by two vessels of the Israel Navy was curtailed tins week under the orders from the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Navy, the American Jewish Press learned, and the ships wer 0 instructed to return to Haifa. The curtailment order cancels visits late this month to four prineip.il Southern ports, Norfolk. Savannah, Jacksonville and Miami. Both ships, the Haganah and her sister vessel, steamed into Philadelphia harbor on Sunday, May 20th. and departed three days later for Baltimore. They are scheduled to sail up the Potomacto Washington on Maj 29th, then return to New Y City for several days in dry doek prior to returning to Is: During the three-day dr> period in New York both si will be overhauled and I e hooked. The ships, manned by 200 and men of the Is.. Nai \ drew t:. mend >us int< n st on their recent visit to New Yo: k City T p< i sons \ it*.; the ships in N< w V in %  • : tion A ith : ooo Isr estin • : 000.000 New Yoi .' %  .... : • p :• Louise Chapter AJC Installs New Officers % %  nto Hoi K %  %  %  %  '•' %  Mun Sti Mrs s K -: %  • F Mrs %  : : % %  • :. na] 'hnstiai W %  -. Choral Group Practices Gi up of Temple B th Sholorr neel I i %  servj n t he I Mrs. Lou nan THI MSI IN ROSHII K>0 Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? 1 Party Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters Roast Turkeys Stuffed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'OeuvTes "Caterers of Distinction For All Occasions II NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Coll 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations LOW AS; AH winriT MORTGAGE IRTDAY K>A>T; PALMER'S MIAMI Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving tk e Je^l Community^. Exclusive %  Hi In celebration of Mother's Day. a special service dedicated to the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood was held on May 11 at the center. Shown here are Mrs. Jack J Falk. sisterhood president, and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. PTA president, who extended greetings on behalf of their respective groups, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who spoke on the topic "The Great in Heart Highlighting the service was the f'oral presentation to all the officers and board members of the sisterhood, who were called to the platform and blessed by Rabbi Lehrman. Call Maule For Highest Quality • Certified Coacrete Budding and Column Necks • Coacrete Aggregates • Coacrete Joists • Cement • Concrete Brick and Stepping Sto.es • Renrforring Steel • Central and Transit-Mixed Certified Concrete And. it's a "bet" without a gamble! Concrete means permanence, safety, comfort and economy. A concrete building carries its age gracefully with a m.nimum of maintenance...retains its dean, smooth Ires through decades of sub-tropical wear and tear. And. concrete and concrete products manufactured by Made are the finest you can buy...anywhere. Ask any builder' Vet, for mor than three decades. Maule has been South Florida-, leader in the concrete; quarry and concrete Products and building supply field. Maules reputation has been bu.lt on dependability, efficient service and pricei that are always in line. When .vo u build...build with the best! Call Maule. Phone 9-2881 • Bonders' Soppees. Sale* Ofhce: 3075 N orth Miami Ave.



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PAGE 8 A Je1stFtcrMian lU-iwU Zionist* To Si'.il Leader* .Sunday Xiglil tallation ol ofl i >l the Miami Beach Zion" Disl id will be held Sun lay, v 2'. .it 8 15 p.m. in the patio I Jewish Cenlaniel M. IK G an, men thi national < xecutive, Zionisl I Ami .i : S >Uth Fli Installing officer will I Irving !.. : installed president. Han'!,! Shap sidi • ts, Dr David S. Andron, Danii I M Broad, Bon Zion Uinsburg, I. R. Goodman, Fn I Ji and Ehiel Lesowodi i: financial retary, Joseph Pardo; record• -. Murray Gi • r, Irvir.g S I man; lirectors, J>:dge Kenneth Oka. :. author of known .••. Ei g] ••., "Jewish v. : iesl n %  % %  • %  %  V ] si lections will be Mrs. David Druck %  %  %  Judy N( ki %  rt work : G s Beth David Sisterhood, PTA f Men's Club TSS^^^S To Install Officers At Delano Sunday T wh — Ukgm iS all th, Whit Fra The Whitman Democratic Club ol Miami Beach, Inc., a non-profit corporation, is endorsing Candidates B( rnard A. Frank. Bum. .Roth, n. Lee Powel] and M Lib* rman f u Miami Beai coum il, club, whii i several hundi d n %  n an I en is conducting a vigorous i paign in promoting the can of thi se men. Th i organization's charter was signi d by Circuit Judy,. G, E. Holt in May, 1350. Its pur' are "to promote and advan,•. the cause of the Democratic party in the Citv of Miami Beach in particular, and to also I "Aft, % % %  -itet ted on ">8 recoras ..„„ ^ : 'J udge fa, |" aid, advance, encourage and pi-,,. y ear *. "•• mote the candidacv of al| honesl : : %  • and qualified persons mest seeking :: nomination or election to public I Ji.". He >s under the Democratic banoffici ner. Th, Rroup has beer, holding regular meetings at its clubh at H4H Oce.m Drive. Officers are David Whitman, president, s. ,.] c net, vi, e president and secreCourshon Calls For Charter Revision .. : Mi • %  activitii ... ".' %  %  •%  when '•" I a total popula" %  : the neffmencii I ; • %  .,,.. 'rations • : t, '" |ated •. pe,.. %  • lini, c .. • %  • • %  %  • %  %  %  t that 1 Associated l'h.to Mrs. Harry Laufer. r.ewly elected president of lhe Beth David Sisterhood: Phil Abrams. president of the Beth David Men's Clubarc. Mrs. Ernest Sussmann, president of the Beth David PTA will be installed at ceremonies Sunday. May 27. at 7 p m. at the Delano Ho.el Miami Beach. REGISTRATION CLOSES JUNE FIRST si >i>n n DAY r.uip The Finest In Child Care—Experienced. Friendly T, Shapiro Still In Race iuncil meed that hi %  the rac, m the tha1 nothei Bea< h attorney rbert S --•lap. a lively supporting an opposing candidate. A oint inst f th Beth PTA and M< ::'club will be hi Id Sunday, Maj 27, at 7 p.m. at 1 H tel, Miami Be; Toastmistri ss ill be Mrs. %¡ rdon Mrs. Max Shapiro will preside at cerem mi, s for officers of the women's groups, Hai ry (; irdon will p. foi the men Mrs. M ,il: 'ci M n hi will offer the invocation, and Cantor Mamches will pri sent vocal selections. : Max S will be ipa] speak Chairmj n ol th ev, nl is Mrs A isting her ervatioi \: Sam :.,! Mrs.. : 1022 .. ff f who • • 1 E. D. M, I' • % %  -. 1. PI N third vi Sidney Pozei Mrs. H ., ; •' %  : % %  iry; Mrs Max Sii gel, meml ei hip '••ry: Mrs. Herb I Jacob Gorman, Abraham Kasow Bernard Sterling, Isadore Berman. Ida Hartz, Sam August, Eh\ Hink s. PTA officers include Mrs. Ernest Sussman, president; Mrs. Sam Leviten, vice president: MrsBernard Plotkin. recording secretary; Mrs. Dolly Rosenberg corresponding secretary; Mrs Bernard Schreidell. treasurer Members of the PTA board are Mesdames Louis Fleishman. Harold Berney. Louis Schwartzman. Jules Weiss. Phil Abrams. Sam Plotkin. David Parnes. Roy Mack. Morris Rabinowitz. Leading the men's unit are Phi] Abrams, president; Phillip Schiff vice president; Dr. Rov Mack' seen tary; living M. Rosen, treasure! club board con I of H irold Si gal, Le >m %  %  : Si g' I Plotkin. \Vill,am %  Oscar Rappaport, Maury Baum. Maun,-,. Rabinow ,' B( na I Scl n, ler, Sam Harrj Diam i i. Harry A I x L'." ,i "'•*,' %  %  %  Jules Weiss and Frank H 75-1 Si indoor,


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PAGE 6 A +Jevristi fhrMtofL Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT EVENT: As you know, even while Mrs. Mor.te Selig was delivering her report on this year's progress of Mt. Sinai's Women's Auxiliary. Mrs. Selig's daughter, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, was delivering her own Vital Statistic—an infant son. at Mt. Sinai Someone at the press table in th.> C-,*-,-.,-,,. ...... ...1.. — ~„-4-J *LL..I 1 — I —,„ in the ">— "" ii*ni son. ai mi. ninai someone ai tne press laoic the Saxony promptly suggested the new baby hereupon become ? Auxiliary's mascot: certainly an infant who can so perfectly time his arrival, for biggest news, is our most active Man of Distinction. Gentlemen at the head table included Dan Ruskin, Samuel Gertner and Max Orovitz. As president of the hospital board. Orovitz delivered rlhat word again) many congratulations to the women as a "vibrant" group. He had recently returned from a Bimini fishing trip with Sam Friediand Awfully clever program-note was added by Jack Tannenbaum, who ran speedsketching to accompany Mrs. Selig's highlights The afternoon was packed with News and Accomplishments, but surprisegratification came with Eastern Star's Mrs. Dave Alper. who presented the hospital with an ultra incubator. As Dorothy Kirk pointed out. everyone leaps to give, to Mt Sinai. ... Among the dozens of new officers looking enchantingly official was Mrs. Saul Herman. The day before, in the same room she had been installed as president of Temple Bet:: Sholom's Sisterhood, WIN A SUMMER VACATION: Ads and announcements have gone out to "Name the Cocktail Lounge at the Delmonico Hotel. Max Benkowitz. New York hotelman i ow gripped by Our Town, had indicated he'd enjoy performing a community service, through the contest; and so a large percentage of his bar receipts will be diverted to the Variety Children^ Hospital and its watei -sprinkling system. It's for this reason they're now featuring the "Sprinkler Cocktail"—and you're all invited' to come up the line and make sure the "Sprinkler" is both palatable and intoxicating. Contest-blanks are available at the Delmonico. Winner gets a beautiful oceanfront room for two. for two weeks Also gets Xancy (iluss Pledged To Stuart S. Pines mp^Y ^T> SttF r s uni ; Nancy Glass Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glass of The marriage of Miss Eady L. Baron to Sgt. Alfred G. Seeler. Jr.. Tyndall Air Force Base. Panama City. Fla.. is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mr s. Paul Bernstein of this city. _-. I..UVCCMI.UNI iiniin lor iwo. lor two weeks Also gets Mr. and Mrs Nathan Gl-ise of ^.W^SS?i£g^* heaUhy d nati0n for *** mi SI T7ee^e G, Siami Contest runs one month exactly UNREELED: to SSStSiLES**. B 1 Hin 90t ,he films of her Ch i"9 wedding to Charlie—and the living-room went movie-ish with a handsome projector and screen. Specials in the audience were her hrouaM thS^i th \ Sam Bra.law.kys. with her sister Sally, who whh 9 her hu!& I 6 "'' and br0t J he / u MaX Ricky Falk came lo W .u t husbar d Lou • • • as did her folks, the Jacob Sklows To Cahf^ni; • • R,,a / nd JaCk MaIam d who're shortly moving Jo California and young Arthur Gottliebs Arthur's wife is PESSONILITIET 9 La,in Rosita ori9inally from 3S> 2? show-It '•',.,/ %  ':;• %  % %  !. '"'f.'" our n I • -Pinky Pineus. one-time I %  Tra g de all Se t r h v e ice rt fn V c rk ^SS KS" d ?^ hter v of M ***' **- Di and Mrs l, ." I T "• 1 ," n UeberaU. and Mrs. Miriam _,.,. n Tobin late Lewis Glass. Ht-KS h'e b ur„ed e out W ,5 a De S flBJMff.iS ON TOUR Beach, and New York City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Edith, to Stuj art Shever Pines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seligson Pines, of jPeekskill, N.Y. A Decembtr wedding i s plani ned. Miss Glass was graduated from the Birch Wathen School, New York City and attended Syracuse University. Sh e is the grandK? T:." ;:'., r-,;,;;"" > r'!" ,lc &£ >"^ %  S|5?JS f£ t Mr. Pines was graduated fiom I the Citadel, Charleston, S.C., and tti nding the State University Of N< w Y. rk Medical Coll,.go at S\ racuse, .vhere he is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon fral rnity. Mr. Pine s served -,s a lieutenant in the Army, in the European rheatre Ol Operations, and Beth Jacob Women |To Elect Officers Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will hold its annual ; election meeting on Wednesday, May 30, at 8 p.m. at David Whitman Hall. Theme of the evening will be "A Salute to Democracy and : Freedom," in commemoration of j Decoration Day. Participating I will be Boy Scout Troop 61 of the Miami Beach Elks, and the Israelettes, a group of Young Judaea children, sponsored by the I Zionist Youth Commission. The program will present in song, d el.mation and dance the spiritual ties which bind the past and future of the two democracies, the United States and Israel. Members of the sisterhood will take part in the piesentation of the pageant. Efmm Mescheloff will play the martial airs Paula Tob| Planning an early wedding i s Mia Pa* J Toby, whose engager,, ( w in Robert Drucker ha|, nounced by her para*] Mrs. Israel Toby, 1328 Si j Avenue. The bride-elect nsJ from Miami Senior Kin? and attended the Ussi] atory I Music. She *|| <>f Mcglin Franchn. School of Dance in Kw Mr, Drui ker is the scut : i • : Surfside aadS Mi ss He was cradusW Newl n High School and0 | of v. liai Va. He attatf. W • ire Darnells] men'S *>] and thi X.,vv ::H W : 11 reserve officer in the 302ndrnedi, cai battalion of the 77th division. Farr Bar Mitzvah He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. David W. Golden of Ports that son BiHv ,. i, V,'i Newman and Turk. She re£ r 1 an < ?„ Mrs Dav d W. Golden of Buddy, at the U of F V !." i" R"*lph Field, rexas. Peekskil] and Mr. and Mrs. Herthrough the sumrner I • i ,.i ,7 y V" n,inut studying there "'•'" P">es of East Setauket, L.I. TMB With her and vs., .hVlrTavontcWciiff n UKh *" d Vl l Z George Rubin of the Atlantic W, t u'.-, ... : „ u. .1II mill"** VI .... r-,' „T V1S ll, 'r favorite air cadet three^rop^ex^v^ ttSfSsUST. "V* ^ h ^ Commerce, when that convention rolls^n'^ ^TT Cham of S. G. Schneider encloses a, nert WhT*< v %  £ June 8 • • • Dr. little note to patients that hfi -,1K *' Q? wi,h his • • I'M MIGHTY PLEASED aW w 3y fro m June U h* 23 Ponciana Festival commftfee ufmiLSSP" thal !he RovaI slate is their highest honor th!,-!^** 1 ," me what ,he Y of the Royal jSBSSj >\Vd7m.*£?g£ji& tht L C !" entourage Coronation %  time w?M^,i • Po,nc,an < Queens at the Coral Gables CounTrv Club m£ 9 *, ^ Court Ba was a lady! y UDBless me l always knew I For Choice Accommodations •Iimiors .Slato IKmor Dinner Miami unit of Junior Hadassah Hadassah will hold its third annual donor dinner on Sunday May 27, at 6 Dm. at the Tro, adero Restaurant, Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Esther Ann Rimon, donor chairman. Assisting Mrs. Rimon are Ann !" K'I US l rees i Sara Geltner, publicity; Bea Bricklod. collec— tions; and Edith Russman, proThe Bar Mitzvah of Donald rarr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fair, 1109 S. W. 4th Avenue, will take place on Saturday. May 26, at 9 a. m. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. ,_ The young man is a student at Miami Beach Junior High School. wn e "\j" e ls cla ss parliamentarian, A kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremonies. His parents Will also fete him at a reception at the synagogue social hall on Sunday night at 9. Shower For Miss I Miss Barbara Ceciie w )'.• i ige to Mm| Kabcenel] will takepla,tsl| 17. will be h< nored a! a la and showi i to be givenoiL day. May 26. by Dorothy El lag and Sheila Subenunsl| Oshlag's home on Miamif Fancy Ccrtering Weddings. Parti* s Bafj PEARL GOTTESWI New Phone 854* 0 ^ HENDERSONVILLE. N C. • '7/', r /y rZ m Ht CHUIH* m ^ American Plan Beginning a, $50 Weekly • 7**. Y l ,0 H Ct ber l-Broeh„„ On Request • Your Hosts. Blanche and Sid Lewi~| #### 5 gram. As an added attraction this year the unit will have their infcji 1 at on f 'rs for th(> year 1901-02. Mrs. H. C. 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* • •— %  — %  -—-.-n -n^ PAGE 12 B 9-Jmistncrldi^r FRIDAY* Unclear Terms of Armistice Blamed For Syrian Conflict By Sharett JERUSALEM (JTA) Alth,.u S h not bent on expansi .n al though Israel ha s accepted the Syrian expense. Israel is 1 to defend ii %  and every inch of Israeli soil against Syn,,n aggression." he com lu V I An informal meting of the Israeli-Jordan Mixed Armistice Moshe Sharett .Commission was held hi re 1 here Mondav. cuss cooperation between the authorities on both sides of the border t.i prevent infiltration and looting bv Bedouins from Jordan territory and to return property stolen from Israelis which has been recovered by the Jordan aUThe Jordanians also ma le cease-fire order issued by the IN, Security Council in connection with the Israeli-Syrian conflict, two problems still cause the Israeli authorities anxiety. Acting Premier told Parliament These pioblems are: The security of the Jewish settlements in the demilitarized zone and the presence of Syrian para-military i irees in that zone "The Government is res lived 1 i do its utmost—primarily with the assistance of the United Nations—to remove such I -.plaint that during telnjt Mr Sharett said He pointed out Ipendence Daj ion MM that th c Israel-Syrian conflict Thursday. Israeli planes violated %  which seemingly broke out over Jordan air space n Cc misthe drainage of the Huleh marshsion, however accepted c-s by Israel "has its real roots explanation that the violation in the unclear terms uf thc Israelwas unintentional Syrian armistice agreement and especially in Syi ia's ex demands regarding certain Huleh areas—demands which Israel has alwaj j • iected and finally re%  j H ts tod ly Reviewing the military d opmentS Mr. Sharett praised the Uriel army unit which repelled the Syrian invaders under most difficult condit: ins, and expressed the sympathy of Parliant | ived fan who lost sons, husbands and fathduring the fighting. The Israel-Sy pute, he reported, H is caused solely by Syria's territorial ambiti >ns which could not and would not be Satisfied. he said "Israel's forces." he continued. cupied large areas across the border during the battle, but withdrew from those areas to which Israel has no claim. AlWest Miami Plans Jewish Center Fete The town of West Miami has the week of May 19 to May 26 as "West Miami Jewish Center Week." according t i .i proclamation signed by Maj Peter Pale: mo. As part it the community proled in ope: : • %  : T • t 8:30 i Pr ,i Miller I A. F. Rit '.: parl • %  Itn Pot." Mavor P en invit I ; on I T. %  UN Rights, I :. t 1 nmunil Leoi :: ,,l • the greeting i mmitl Following I i schi dull i On May 26 at 8:30 p.m., a I %  '. dinnei u il] erved in obervance of the last day elebration. NYi! Alumni To Hvnr SimonSioii Harry Simonh >ff. Miami attorney, civic leader and world traveler, will b 0 guest speaker at %  ting ot the New York University Alumni Club of South Florida on M mday, May 28. in the Boulevard Room of the Old Saratoga Inn, according to Lea Robinson, president. His topic will be "Israel, Its emergence, Problems and Possibilities All former New York University students are invited to attend" the informal dinner, slated for 7 p.m., with the regular meeting following at 8. MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME L. A. Levine Coleth Heard Irving Blasberg Funeral Director "DIGNITY << RESPECT our competent staff is ready to re lieve you of all the J details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5X44 XLH Ihemttial CAaju/ 1*50 ALTON KOAl) MIAMI BEACH i-METROSmoked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE See this New G-E I BEFORE YOU BUY AM OTHER De Luxe Automatic Washing for / ASUT7UAS / weeK! You'd have to pay much, much more for an automatic washer that gives you so much for your dollars! For this new G-E Automatic washes thoroughly, deep activated rinses, spin-dries, at one selling of a simple dial! And your clothes come out as clean and fresh as though you'd washed them by hand! i nuiti • %  III 'X9 ^Z62vS >*-/ NEW ONE-CONrd AUTOMATIC MSI Only '3JU ALL THESE DE LUXE FEATURES-AND MORE-Fl LESS THAN YCU'D EVER EXPECT TO PAY! Famous G-E Activator' WashOne-Control Operation. Just a High-Speed "SpWWj ing Action. Washes clothes p.act simple sitting of thc dial and your Action. Removes U P by p.ece, gently but thoroughly! wash-day worries are overl water frorr a wringer wi asherl Hurry Down Today tor a FREE DEMONSTRATION A G-E "DRY-HANDS" WASHING! 1 1200 CORAL WAT. TmufuteCotnflMf Authorized dealer GENERAL ^^ ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WASHERS



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PAGE ,10 A +Je*ist>fk>rld&ri FRIDAY Hlailassah Slates Beth David School Upward Dinner Sets Closing: Rites %  ban Recovering After Collapse NEW YORK, (JTA>AmbasGreater Miami chapter of HaClosing ix> %  >'" %  Ht th dassah. comprising 11 groups, David Surday School are sched ; gadoi Abba S Eban, o %  W ill hold it s annual reward utad \ Sunday May i from o^ n at the Saxony Hotel. %  £ SgSLl^ndX ting of the UN Security I iday, May 25 at noon, climax<*>' ;; % %  • l -vA r f tA J l l of Council, was .cported to be "restffhe fund-raising year. f^" j "lee"! Approximately 4o0 women wh for outsta / ned a minimum of S50 for Hants ""/' '' lu n dissah projects during the year standard bearer and custodian, Russ al lining, i res man •xpected to attend. Reva Shapiro and Irwin Cotzin, ordering Israel to suspend -mMrs. Leo Chaikin. chairman, will formally tran J itely *"i5 ) ,. announced the program ish and ^'^'^ '\ ,.', v.e as "The Spirit of Light." n lect. I standard bearei ,..,„,. of the : -ATwrBifini S-as.ggr ^ ^ .„a.*a2ra2a %  — l u-ge of the program. Mrs. -Max Weitz will direct a aid cusioaian. L/VM'I.. .->....m %  > %  • o %  J del! and Marshall Shapo, aid will turn. Ambi Eoan P' n < | charge them with the duties and ,, ut t,, the Security Council that Lives, %  • K ..,..— j raei. — r the outstanding boy ana t[u rcso i u tion while it was in ,. the ninth year class. thl ma ^ina and on the same day will be awarded to Warcontlnue d to speak against it beTeitelman, state winner o fore ,, w;K tak( n to a votl He > Barton's essay contest, and ... _, h, d to ] eave the i will direct a respons ibilities of their respecthl re80 lutiori i, an insult to IsF.Vit and the guest speaker will ti ,,..,,,. XTiese posts are givrae j i[,. r members on Sunday, May 2', at 2:30 p. m. 'Rhythm Roundup." a revue |i iduced by the Miami Daily "clearly an appeasement of Syrian aggression." A feeling of resentment against the council's adoption of the resolution was also felt in American Zionist cir. Auxiliary Holds Social l.iouutca uy me miwiu ISUUJ LuuU D Brandeis Auxiliary J ws Youth Roundup, will high]99 F .. ee Sons of i sra el. held a cl?s. light the afternoon. social at the Seacomber Hotel. The forum group of the club Miaml BMch on Thursday. May Gettinaer Reads Paper v ill wind up its seasons activi0 i at 330 p m uc y ~~ < Tuesday. May 29. at 2:30 j Entertainment was provided At Atlantic City Meet ]. m. with a special program. by ,,.., and Donna March, radio Max c Gettinger. director of Five Teen-agers Ileeeive (amp Scholarships Shapiro. Martin. '-onion Team I'p In Council Rare 3 : I Iting from the roof tops is ] %  : illy as well as figural I >ing carried out by Har >ld Shat 1, Jack D. Gordon and Frank Martin, I i bv the Good t nmenl I.1 iue, Five teen-age Miamians have tform built ibeen selected to be campers at the roof of 1 I ry the national Young Judaea camp. lingl • • :••. 51 and Tel Yehudah. located at Tel Noai \ • ; %  • %  • I. Nil. Id Th( y are Sandra F igel and • %  • • • I 3< F Beth El C ... R in 1 F ix of Sabi 1 Cl ... Petah Chapter, and J %  '•' to S. A. G n of the Greal • Y • to pre.... in Community Planning" at the annual convention of the National Conference of Jewish Social \v ki 1 in Atlantic City. Other Miamians participating in the sessions were Mrs. Maurice Gr issman, Gus Jacobson and Albert Comanor. I %  • %  : l ties. it %  Mrs. J I • f Pardo. 1 Mrs. 11 C IM u Mrs. Henrv K Soil ••• 16 %  '• n • .,-. ;.: H. Gerstei : %  •• but SatI Mr. Harry J. S >nz an I M A n. Cut: Israel Mourns For Education Minister Tel Aviv (AJP) -The first of the 37 singers of U%  el's Declaration 'f Independence 0 pass away. 04e.,r old David lemez, Minister 1 Fcincation. was nourned here tins eek. Remez died 'f a cerebral hemorrage last Saturday in Hadassah Hospital in Jersualem. Remez's death marked the first important loss through death to th edominant Mapai party Together with Ben-Gurion, Remez was one of the founders of the Labor group. He succeeded the Prime Minister as secretary-general of Histadrut, General Federation of the Histadrut and later became president of Vaad Leumi. the General Council for Palestine Jews. He relinquished the post upon the creation of the State of Israel. The creation of Israel found Remez holding the Communications portfolio in Ben-Gurion's Provisional Government. He held that post until the recent reshuffle. Remez was buried near Haifa where he had worked in the vineyard shortly after his arrival in Palestine 43-years ago as a young pioneer from Russia. itvrivk J rights MMinquvncy "Influenced by racketeers and hoodlums who have infested Miami Beach, the youth of the community have begun committing serious crimes and this deplorable situation must be corrected at once." candidate Morris (Moe) Berick said in his campaign for city council. The candidate cited the case of a group of boys who formed


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EDITORIAL \o isolationism Too many times we find that professional social welfare workers speak only in terms of their own particular interests. The case worker in a family or child agency in an American city thinks only of the needs of his local clients, whereas the UJA worker thinks in terms of the needs ol Jews of Israel, Iraq and elsewhere throughout the world. Obviously, the American Jewish community has on obligation to both needy Jews in this country, as well as towards the development and upbuilding of Israel. Largely through our laymen, there has developed a balance which has resulted in funds being raised and utilized for both purposes. It is thus heartening to get the news from Atlantic City that an outstanding Jewish social worker, Fred Berl, Case Consultant of the Jewish Family and Children's Bureau of Baltimore, told his fellow workers that they must auard themselves against the isclationism which would allow them to think that any local community can isolate itself from international developments. While stressing the need for progress on the home front, he nevertheless issued a realistic warning that Jewish social workers must recoanize the obligations assumed by the American Jewish community fcr relief in Israel and elsewhere overseas. In words that will meet with widespread approval, Mr. Berl said: "The burden of a radically deteriorated international situation is ours to a considerable degree whether we want it or not. We will not be able to isolate an American Jewish standard of living which is at wide variance with that of the rest of the world. The pressure on standards is one of the main realities Jewish social work has to watch. We need to expect much sharper guestioning of the need for services and of professional practices." It is along these lines a balance between our overseas needs and our local needs that the American Jewish community will best meet its philanthropic obligaticns in accordance with our Jewish tradition and our American heritage. Appeasing He who makes two blades of grass grow where one qrew before has been acclaimed a benefactor of humanity by our modern civilization, but, apparently, the U. S. representatives to MESSAGE FROM ISRAEL the United Nations do not think so. Our chief representative to the U. S. this past week introduced a resolution which would order Israel to stop the drainage of the Huleh swamp. Mr. Eban has properly branded this resolution as an attempt "to whitewash and appease Syrian aggression." Syria is a land some six times as large as Israel, but it wants more territory. It is aggressive not only for the spoils of aggression, but because aggression is a method whereby it may delay instituting certain inner reforms, as the frequent palace revolutions in that country clearly make manifest. The appeasement resolution has the backing iPu/uvglAe bfeek *n *IP Feature % % %  i Iran ., of histoi parJOE HARRISON 1 MED A tenil ,,..,. '• week It alle this th< National S %  f Gem !i. i ade its fust for power during 1 >' %  Weimar republic. republicai government made some ffort • right the rise oi Hitleris ;• faili d. Last week, the Socialist Reich party, op,h ai %  violently Nazi emerged with 11 per cent ol the votes in the large British-Zone states of Lower Saxony. That was a far better showing tnan the embryonic National Socialist party made twenty-seven year.ago, History was repeating itself in tr.e reaction of the ruling party The West German Government Sandra Levy Wins (amp Scholarship The Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarship Fund of the Bureau of Jewish Education ttar Mitzvah Last week the Greater Mia mi t.on marked its thirteenth birthdav pressive Bar Mitzvah cerernonv *' seven presidents participated m "^ The Bar Mitzvah cerernonv • world the attainment of maSyT^J age. Federation has grown from „ "N tion agency which raised y&U?^* donors in 1939 to a unified ceXfV day plays an important role inT'*^ ordinating and integrating he VC £unced that it would test the r nstitutionality of the new Nazi M n "' (i a scholarship to Sand:., !> %  •>'. Levy, daughter of Mrs. Ett Levy k came from the par1519 Pennsylvania Ave Miami Beach, to a Jewish ramp for the ty leaders. "We are firmly determined to quench this tire," said Robert Lehr, Ministei of the Interior. rhe West German Government announced that it would take vigorous action to outlaw the i i party. For the Western World, the great issue was whether the West German Government would be any more successful than was the Weimar counterpart. The fear that gripped many urvivors of Hitlerism as thev summer, according to Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, chairman of the scnolarship committee. The scholarship is off,.red to any Jewish girl or bov, 12 years old or over, who has had at least three years of Hebrew school [raining and is now attending a local Hebrew school. The Ratner Memorial Scholarship was set U p by Mrs. R atner ml memory of her husband for a "ve year period, terminating this NEW YORK CITY, (i)JP) Charges that Turkey and Israel had reached "a secret military treaty" coupled with a claim that Prime Ministei Ben-Gurion's current visit to America was intended to -hand over Israel to the United States as a military base" highlighted a blistering attack this week on the Jewish state by the official Communist Party organ Pravda, of an anti-Israel propaganda en-1 paign conducted in recer.t MMH I against Israel, Pravda allefdf that Israel entered the Arto Tel Aviv axis by "American*| ders." The Pravda attacks triad I failed to substantiate any oil charges that "the jourr,I United States of Isra> ministers represented the fa* 1 stage of the convention into an American DaLiM .TK ed V ery Fri <"y 'nce 1927 Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. En T uL t e k Po ,t f,ice f Miimi. Fl... under the Act of March 3. 1879 • hi i Jew n, f'.o'-'dian has absorbec th Jew.th Unity and the Jewist of "encour.-...„. ...U.-MMII us inev • %  jvi IJI-IIIHI. ter watched the drama was strengthyffr, for the purpose 01 -,,, ened by another historic parallel, .aging young people to intensifv foday, as in 1924. the same 'heir Jewish education n? povernmen which had joined to hung enlightened and •£&. "•", < I! threat ol German leadership to the I • %  Vt The United States, strongest of consists ol Mrs R^tne^ !" ^ he powers that destroyed hitler, Greenberg, Hy Pomer nt/ nk had been under fire almost since Louis ScWtzm !" exwutivs the end of the war on charges of coddling Hitlerian remnants ,, No incu-ation has come vet that the West German Government could count on the occupying allies in the struggle. director of the bureau. The Scl.ol. munitv Wa ? 5r^5 d-d ;,t the l '""'IT WSek cen tered about Prime e Hebrew h" ,•*•"* % %  M,n,ster Davj d Ben-Gurion's visXte&nlKaaUl D hi ff l l the UnitPd %  The Red e Miami Wom an', club £? %  thar ed that Ben-Gurion's tour wa oart of an it to obtain air In what observers in the United preparatory to the thoroup sorption of thi i untrvbyAi ican militarv leaders." Wall Street, charged Pravdu behind the American bid to fr rael. It attacked American business and UN Secretary-Genc: Trygve Lie Pravda cited these "factors i determining the Israeli "alliaw with America against Commuts Russia. 1. American monopolies H* already grabbed Israel's econo? 2. "the United States #• staff of allegiance organs art %  s 1 .el_ not consider it disgraceful to hoU secret sessions with the Pj"j pation of American intelup1 officers." 3. The Israeli government pi. suant to American orders n already concluded the Ankm Tel Aviv axis Red Puppets Echo Attack On Israel NEW YORK, (AJP)-A violent full-scale anti-Israel propaganda campaign was underway this week in the press and radio of the Communist dominated countries. Taking their lead from Pravda, official Communist Party organ, the various attacks reaching here this week centered intimately tied up with the Is general staff that the Israeli* SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year $ 3.00 Two Year* $ 500 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher !" e av,r ar< h ,'" a""nlre "which| ******, the Weisberg's refusVto pa ^ with might save their doomed young"ive up hope USSR led Ben-Gurion that Israel had 'see-ret' military Turkey against the The couple. Ted and Flon nee LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor tut' —"• ft. last American Jewish Press radio broadcast assailed United aid to Israel and charged Jewish Marine Hero Wins Four Awards MINNEAPOLIS (AJP Jewish Marine sergeant participated in hattles tr Korea was the recipient <• his week. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume :.M Nun FRIDAY, MAY 25, 195 IYAR 19, 5711



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PAGE 4 B ADL Releases New Education Pamphlet Dr. Ernest O. Melby. dean of the school of education at Ni %  •. York University, says modern education in America is on the defensive md unless i awaken to th in a de society, Dean Melby < x\ a new I "American Education Un Fire," the pi ifi ssi na] | and coalition of forces which threaten t i undi "• %  ncinj of American education. R R Off* A I %  ; of IVm,! B'rith, the p I5tl oi i : letails full • vicio %  i n the s n :•: Mi |by' tion 1 "An i | %  : tion "• stand • lucatioi *'th of th and Di an M< I by (plains why th I %  %  R—is 1 %  i : y ;, it as impoi tanl %  R's. Tinautl blueprints what tudi nts, all t 0 : %  tion in • tain .. -•• • PUbl n which to cl SUJ '. th present fight ov. f the natioi .; \ can Educatioi 'hiNat Slon : • D ra< Educatioi N • *-Jfistnpr*#r Tropical Lodge To Hear Judge Cypen Judge Irving Oypen, will address the members of Tropical i B'nai B'rith, at a memnlp stag social on Tuesday evening. May 29, at the Sorrento Hotel, it is announced bv the president, Lewis Sternshein. Subject of Judge Cypen'i ad. will be, "The Role of the Young Man In M'nai B'rith." New enrolled at the affair will be Inducted into B'nai B'rith lembers of the Frank KleinClass, a group named in ir of the recent president of the State Federation of Florida B'rith Lodges. The affair is under the directi m "f Alvin Budner, Dr. Lesti Gordon and A. Budd Cutler. Assisting with the program will be Melvin Morris and Ernest Harris. Memorials for t|e J ewish Traie Look For "'"n^S Building 1 ** MONUMENT I'hol By Alex t'oti n The Hillel Chapter of AZA held its third annual sweetheart dar.ee on the mezzanine of the Shelborne hotel recently and selected its -1951 sweetheart, Cura Cohen, ( right i shown here with outgoing sweetheart, Joan Morris, and officers of the group _left to right Al Honig. Dave Katin. Julian Haber and Dave Maxon. Julian Haber, chairman of the affair, also received an award as an outstanding worker of the group. Temple Israel Will Hold Annual Meet Wednesday Xijrht The 20th annual meet i will be •' llowed bv I ng. !: %  • I • %  • VI "' tion; Dr. v %  Ed tee: 1 .. | K '' 1 %  .' % %  %  I of I .... A A G Membership Dance Adult L igue of the i Jewish Community Center lership dance on I atio on Sunday, May 27, al 8 30 p.m. %  I'm F 2^o?.f NT_F0UR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS KLVH co J n f l | y equ.pped targe Kosher Kitchen for Wedangj, Bar Mllzyaha, Card Parties and Lodoe P H0 .'. E r S ; D .-' H. PALVER FOR INFOI itl of the u %  MIAMI SOIL TOP CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Tune in "Jewish loniii! On The Air" ~ Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by Martin Food Products Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Vellcatessen Products MJGUST BROS HV L inJl aeSt 1o I vour heaI ". for your satis faction demand "KOSHFR 710 • Call Martin Food Products 10 S. E. 5th St.. Miami Wl Distributors o, Fines, Delicatessen Proau^ ""* and Condiments Paul Martin Tillie Livingston KOSHER ZION Sraly's s-m-o-o-t-h tuf I less surface gives you GREATER SLEEPI.\G COMFORT No lumps, no hard-to-clean cavities in Sealy'ifn, rcsdienl lurface. Balanced inner*prin<: ronatructiii supports feather-weights and hea\y-heights in tqnl comfort, cradles your bod) so carefulh that s/p| on <* Sealy u like sleeping .i


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PAGE 2 B *Jmt$g> nvrkfton FRIDAY Candlelight CeremonyHeld By Sisterhood A candlelight ceremony installed the officers and board of the Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center on May '11 at Miami Beach Athletic e lub. Installed were Mesdames Harry Fein, newly-elected president; Milton Kirshberg, first vice president; Allen Acker, second vice president: Ralph Lieberman, third vice president; Aaron Goldman, treasurer; A In uis Mechlowitz, recording secretary; F Briskman, corresponding secretary; 11 Rosen thai, financial secretary; Dave Hendel, social secretary; Leo Steinman, historian; Ltsu-r Lasky, parliamentarian; Philip Fried, chaplain, and Melvin Altman, Sidnye Burger and Sam Jaffee, trustees, Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual leader, officiated and delivered the invocation and benediction Melvln Pazol. president of the North Short Jewish Center, was the jguest speaker Miss Laurette Foster, popular songstress, who has appeared at the .Sherry Frontenac Hoi marly months, and is now singing %  it the Clover Club, enteraccompanied b\ Alex Friedman, pianist with Danny Yates' Orchestra of the Martini Cue Hote MAY, Its a Happy Habit to caller the case. then you won't run short when guests drop in unexpectedly Morris Bros, At a recent luncheon at the Sorrento Hotel Mrs. Harry Koi retzky left, was installed president of Louise Chapter. American Jewish Congress. Installing officer was Mrs. Louis Glasser (right). Rabbi Irving Lehrman ( center i was guest speaker. planCity Planning Board Meets With Citizens The Miami Beach city rung b iard and thi nmg sub-committi • in the city hall council da> to discuss find referen to I %  %  %  %  BALLANTINE ALE <& BEER (C( W on pi B> ra ai al B d si ii I b r t 1 ( 1 1 < P. Ball milno & Sons. Strut SI Distributi STATE BEVERAGES, INC I BLANK, M Pythian Sisters Slate Gay Nineties Revue Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian -will hold a Ga\ Nineties on Wednesday, Mav 30, at the Dora August Hall. Mrs. E. D nersl nd Mrs H Miller at in charge of arrangers Mrs M. Welkind, in < narge of entertainment, h, : : d ; : quar: ''''"f! %  *" %  > %  xtette and community singing. A name band will play. i>: %  ::' %  the Robert fund. B-.'SSS ?, i;;,:;t„5i l ZK&% "fesffi^ s THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIL2235 S. W. 8th STHFFT AE o. w. urn STREET PH0NE 4 Jia FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES o„.„ pr X J f IT OUR NEW PATIOEFA. 71 ~ MRS MAR,A "EVER. Oww APrtm !" T EONS AND PR 'VATE PARTIES LHHE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA Hibiscus I <, M r esided at Mi ni K w'.L l u ears and ls a number of both the Scottish Rite and the Shrine, a s well as the Miam. Beach Elks, Chamber of Commerce and Exchange club. I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 fjjSg* AJJGUST BROS RyT is the BEST And Be Sura m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEE. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at Ird Rd. A Snappsr Cr.. h SHAVUOTH... PRESENT YOIR BY NAILING THE THE FESTIVAL Of FIRST I ItllT) FRIITS FOOD I End of WQ HEAR YE OLDE SAGE AM, Sunday, I0:tu A.M. The "NEW" STANDARD lbs KOSHER MEAT 2 ibs Frozen Meat lbs. Canned Meat IK' £ r "" Butter .umaited) b. Granulated Sugar 0. Coffee. A-1 Quahty j lb Evaporated Milk lb. Chocolate in bars sio.r.ii if ^ Mother Proceiied Cheeie i I lbs. Appletauce lb Corn Starch **' "M^ Prepared Pudd.no 2 0*. (1 pkg.) Kosher Chicken VI „ ,? r >. Ve 0etable Soupmix MM bar) Toilet Soap over 12 lbs. net $10.50 TO is II.Ul ACKA6EI FOR CIRCULARS Call 58-4643 Miami Beach Zionist Dist. Room 206 235 Lincoln M 'NEW SPECIAL" About 21 Pounds Net 7 \ V?* KOSHER MEAT t K* ro "" Meat L lb Canned Meat 1 lb* p' Ko,her Calami b T4"-"-Ch ,e %  2 lb. Grade "A" Wh Powder Sli.5t •• r Egg \ !?• £ orn Starch lb. Marmalade 1 lb Chocolate in Bart i lbs. Applesauce o'^ kg > Pr P^red Pudding Mix Softest** HOW TO ORDER: • Select parcel from abort and fill out order form enclosing check or money order • We mail you gift certificate • You airmail certificate to your friend or relative H Israel %  w—Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Stree, phone J^ RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec. Vice-president ( Th. M e^ "* r "*• •* +• 'ollowing Food Parcels: i The DE W LU" DARD "' ** <> New SPECIAL € SM.SO -tosin, herewith ; 215 <> WFAMILY B My Name m n#y rd,r < > f Address Recipient 'n Uriel Name. Address f ) For Dilution To I.,,,,., Im %  grants.


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