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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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
E25NUMBER 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Northside Jewish Center Suffers
Dynamite Damages to Construction
%*
zw'
I L. Mintzer, treasurer of the 1951 Combined Jewish
al is pictured handing check for $200,000 to Ben-Gurion
National Action Conference of the United Jewish Appeal
In Chicago May 27ih, at which time more than 1.000 Jewish
ks from 40 states participated.____________________________
iter Miami Total For Israel Bonds
>eds $540,000, Dr. Goodman Says
of Israel bonds by the
pi of Organization of the
fcr Miami Committee for
J of Israel Government now
[$303,600, Dr. Morris Good-
Jchairman of the bond com-
t announced Wednesday.
ponal goal of the campaign
&0.000.000, Srith, the local
unofficially set at $5,000.-
al local sale of bonds is now
than $540,000. Dr. Good-
Isaid, "and since national
[are just over the $55,000,000
we are keeping pace with
bational trend."
Zionist Organization of
ica leads the Council of Or-
ations of America sales to
with $88,700, followed by
issah with $85,950. Other
,'.: bond-selling groups are
r Women. $33,850: B'nai
S19.400: Farband, $12,200:
. -hi, $11,500; National Coun-
f Jewish Women. $4,000.
(triple Beth Sholom, $2,600;
leth Israel, $2,000: Jewish
,e for the Aged. $1,100: Holly-
Jewish Community Cen-
1,050; Miami Hebrew School
Academy, $900; Temple
1. $800; Amreican Jewish
Kress, $700.
. Goodman paid tribute to
Harry Gersten, bond chair-
nf 11 Hadassah groups in
later Miami, Mrs. Bee Jaffer,
chairman of five Pioneer
nen groups and to Ben Zion
iburg and Sevmour B. Lieb-
man co-chairmen of the Miami
Beach district of Z. O. A.
"Their work has been an in-
spiration to hundreds of volun-
teer workers who have gotten
our drive off to a splendid start"
Dr. Goodman reported. "While
the work among organizations
has been outstanding, we feel
that thousands of Greater Mi-
arhians remain to be solicited for
bond purchases."_______
Campus Charity Chest
Aids Israel Institutions
CORAL GABLES. Fla. (JTA)
Israel's three institutions ot
highe:- learning the Hebrew
University, the Weizmann Insti-
tute and the Haifa Technion-
will benefit from this year3 an-
nual Campus Charity Ches con-
ducted by the students at the
University of Miami.
Paul Anton and Ed Dick co-
chairmen of the Campus Chest s
social welfare committee *aid
that the decision to include the
Israeli institutions to ^causes
thev support was prompted b> a
letter from Professor Albert Ein-
stein. "In their classrooms and
Offices Closed
The offices of the Jewish Flor-
lidian will be closed from sun-
down Friday evening town
down Monday evening duet
I the Shuvuoth holiday.. T&"
rations are asked to observe.the
1 usual Jewish Flondian deadline
for news.
An explosion of dynamite
caused a blast that ripped a hole
more than a foot deep and almost
three feet wide in the reinforced
concrete floor Tuesday night at
i 10 p. m. at the Northside Jew-
ish Cent .
Plumbing in the wall was dam- :
I aged and long cracks were left
in the newly set concrete blocks,
several of which were scattered
j on the floor. The new building
which had about reached the
| half-way mark towards comple-
' tion is located at 6500 N. Miami
1 Avenue.
The blast alarmed many of the I
I residents of the northwest sec-
tion but at press-time no in-
juries were reported. Rumors
were passed along Wednesday
that members of the Klan were
responsible in retaliation of the
; efforts of the ADL and other
I prominent Jewish officials who
steered to a successful conclusion
'. the passing of a bill outlawing
l the wearing of masks, the burn-
. ing of crosses and similar activi-
ties in the 1951 legislature.
George Weisbaum, president of
the Center, said he had no idea
| who had set off the dynamite
I charge and that there were no
; indications that the blast was the
' work of the Klan or any other
organized group. Only clues
found by investigating Patrolmen
Robert Cowart and H. L. Lokos
| were several pieces of fuse used
to denote the charge.
Various youth have been in-
terrogated regarding the crime.
Rumania To Increase
Emigration To Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Private
'reports received here indicate
that the Rumanian government
1 may soon agree to permit a larg-
er volume of Jewish emigration
from that country to Israel.
The reports assert that applica-
tions for passports and exit visas
made bv prospective Jewish emi-
grants were now being handled
more speedily by the Rumanian
Ministry of the Interior follow-
ing the assignment of Soviet ex-
pert, to fie Rumanian Ministry.
Jewish technicians, now barred
from emigration, may be permit-
ted to leave the country under
the reported new policy change,
it was said, but doctors and tech-
nicians holding state posts would
still be denied exit permits. The
reports indiatcd that present
! conditions appeared favorable for
negotiations for the release and
emigration of several hundred
Zionist leaders under arrest for
Zionist activities. _____
According to members of the I repairs made necessary by the
congregation who have contacted explosion.
the Jewish Floiidian the redica- | The nearest other building to
tion of the building which was the North Side Jewish Center ;
to have taken place on July 4th the church of Jehovah's Wit-
will have to be postponed and nesses which is separated I
additional funds raised for the the Center by a strip of land.
Capitol Spotlight
The Washington Times-Herald has replied to a protest by th
B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League against the paper's editorial
y with a fror.t-page attack on David K. Niles. who is widely
:i in Washington as a fi iend of B'nai B'rith.
Former Presidential Assistant Niles was the subject of sarcastic
news stories in the Times-Herald and Chicago Tribune, both of
which are published by Col. Robert R. McCormick. Amidst hints
that Niles misused his position, it was alleged that "Capital observ-
ers regard Niles' desire to see the new state of Israel as that of a
man wanting to see what he has created, for the Washington version
is that Mr. Truman tossed the Israel problem to Niles and that he
masterminded the independence of the Jewish state"
"In his day," the story read, "Niles dispensed Federal patron-
j age, put his proteges into the government at a pace exceeded only
by the influx of Frankfurter's bright young men, built political
! machines and masterminded presidential nominations."
The Chicago Tribune version reported that Niles resigned when
Truman became president but "the minority groups, who had
found Niles a constant friend who provided them entree to the
White House, howled their protests ar.d Mr. Truman persuaded
Niles to stay."
The Washington end of McCormick's Chicago-Washington axis
is causing trouble to the worried representatives of the ADL in
Washington. The Times-Herald recently suggested editorially that
a B'nai B'rith-sponsored publication, which taught tolerance, be
thrown out of the schools and the paper added, "throw its advocates
out, too." It was then that the advocates" (the ADL) wrote a letter
to the Times-Herald and the paper replied wih its attack on Niles.
It is recalled here that the Tribune not long ago published a
I front-page story which purported to be an expose of a "secret
: government" comprised of Jews in Washington. The Times-Herald
i and Tribune have editorially attacked such Jewish leaders as Asso-
; ciate Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, Secretary of the
! Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Sen. Hebert H. Lehman, Rep.
Arthur G. Klein, ard others. The Times-Herald prominently dis-
plays columns bv Westbrook Pegler which seek to link Jews with
Communism. Material published in both papers has been used by
i Gerald L. K. Smith in his anti-Semitic hate sheet, the "Cross and
Flag."
President Truman held such high regard for Niles that he told
. him it must be "distinctly understood that when you have had your
rest ard vacation, you will report to me and we will have a further
conversation on what to do in the future." This has been interpreted
! as meaning that Niles was so important to the government througn
I his knowledge of minority problems that Truman wants him back.
It has also been taken as an indication that Truman may have de-
, cided on another term in the White House.
Niles joined the White House staff in 1942 and worked closely
as Federal Emergency Relief Administrator in Massachusetts. Niles
next came to Washington and worked with the late Harry Hopkins
on national relief. It has been suggested by Jonathan Daniels in
"The Man of Independence" that Niles in 1944 may have been the
first to suggest to President Roosevelt the name of Truman as a
running mate. Thus, it is thought Truman might really have Niles
to thank for the presidency. .... ,
Niles joined the White House staff in 1942 and worekd closely
i with Roosevelt on minority problems. He remained in the White
: House longer than any of the others who were close to Roosevelt.
Gen Henry Vaughn, the President's military aide, is known to have
! feuded with Niles and anti-Semitic attacks from all over the coun-
try were made against him because he was the only Jew high on the
White House staff. But Truman underscored what he t.-.ought ot
i Niles with high praise and to made it quite evident that he con-
, sidered Niles' resignation last month as a distinct loss to the gov-
! ernment. ____________
ttburg and Seymour B. Lieo- tor **___________--------.------------- ^^ _^
bwelT RotkLiberman, Frank Win Miami Beach Council Race
VSTTtll, IWVI., Miami Beach voters cast 12,902 _^_^__
r-.:-:
D. U Pow*Q
BuiMtt Both
Miami Beach voters cast 12,902
ballots Tuesday the largest
number of votes even cast in a
Beach election1 ; reelect mcurn-
,:. man to
I id Bernard Frank ,
to a 2 yea term.
t ln nt. a
: v
mously nan j Ma: nd Roth,
vice May u 0" Harold Turk
was commended in a resolution
. duties during th. last two
oul '?,ni'e
Klein
for his pubh s' ,,
AH 1 th/
city's bond
The
ed the following v tes /.well.
5 325; Roth. 4.801. L.berman,
4668 Frank. 3,873. Harold Sha-
piro polled only 652 less votes
than Councilman Frank with
Jack Abbott coming in sixtn.
Marcie Liberman
Bernard Frank __t


PAGE 2 A
+Jenis*ncri Miami Division Of Israel Bond Committee Beach Zionists
Announces Plans For Women's Group Choose Delegates
Final plans I
of the W< nun'- d.\
Greater Miami Commitl
Bonds of [si 11 \ will
be made during the vis I
Nell B. P
national women's di\
American Fii
ment Corporation foi I-
Mrs. Peiser will
Florida from June 14 thr< ugh IT
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Was Solo Baritone
In "Night Of Music"
Cantor Samuel Kelemei f
[temple Beth Sholom, was
baritone m th
Bella i foi A
rendered by the ioinl
groups of Flagler-Granada
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jev
Community Cenl
leadership of Bob Strassburg m
the "Night ol Music"
presented at the Flaming I
Band Shell, Miami Beach. Thurs-
day evening. June 7th. bj I
Jewish Centers Vss
Other numbers on the program
atured groups from I
mem:',': agencies of the Jewish
Centers Association in add;:
to the Jewish People's Folk
Chorus. Dorothy R ith,
vocalist, the orchesl
YM&WHA ol Mian
the f ilk- lai of ii
J e w ish C 'mmunitv C nl
Gold n A.., Friend lip Club.
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Dr. Rosenthal Elected
District Dental Officer
D:\ Albert E Roseni was
elect. I second
the Easi
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the Shei rj Fr ntei Hot
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General Zi >n-
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of the local election
is Le in J. Ell.
Academy Women
___________Complete Plans For
Youth Commission Father's Day Dance
Gives Scholarships
To Local Students
fcahalf of the Student Body presents a check repreZ?!
HarTrKoreScy ** ^"^ **"** JeWish FedSl
Mr. Koretiky is an officer of The Hebrew Acadjm id,
member of the Board of Gorernors of the Greater Miam'w
Federation. "jw
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TUNE 8. 1951
*J(**i*t> fkridrtm
PAGE 3 A
11 Say...
ling out of the neighborhood that wa5 the
ghetto, we pass an old, brown church, with
. of a friendly Jesus, extending an inviting
aids the Synagogue. The facade is ra1
lace, and Rome has too many magnificent
to warrant stopping, even for a casual
we pass, the eye catches some Hebrew
kve the front entrance.
SSIONARY CHURCH
is this? Our guide, a Hebrew teacher, ex-
Eat in this church Jews were compelled t >
yery Saturday to Christian monks anxious
ftheir souls. The first sermon was preached
the last in 1847. A beadle would inspect
of the audience to see if tthey were sttuffed
Iton or wax. He also carried a stick to p ik
taking a midday snooze. I then recalled the
aly Cross Day, by Robert Browning,
iggledy piggledy, packed we lie,
,ats in a hamper, swine in a stye,
fasps in a bottle, frogs in a sieve,
/orms in a carcase, fleas in a sleeve,
list! square shoulders, settle your thumb
\nd buss for the bishophere he comes."
OF CATECHUMENS
reminded me to ask about the House of the
mens, which should be not too far away.
..tening name, dreaded by the denizens of
Cttto meant neither a penitentiary nor an
asylum. Its inmates, having expressed an
t in conversion, were taught the Catholic
sn1hence the formidable name. The Ghetto
iced with the upkeep of this institution, which
sly instructed its Jewish neophites to be-
better renegades. This boarding school became
-is for satisfying revenge. A grudge bearer
had to report that his enemy expressed
[c to become a Christian. The bailiffs, heedless
t.sts, carried him off to this new home
rd and schooling free.
u- ptised, it was a capitol crime to lapse
i Judaism. The Inquisition saw to it that
?nses hgppened rarely. There was the case
ip Theater Casts
"Golden Boy" Play
ling of "Golden Boy" by
ami Beach Group Theatre
take place Wednesday,
lay and Friday evenings
8:30 and 10:30 at Free-
. 715 Washington Ave-
jj ted by Jim Mischler.
bvuoth Music On Air
! Shuvuoth music and
will be heard on Simon
in- Jewish program over
fcn v.TEC from tw i to three
I
Roman Relics Of The Jewish Past
of a bachelor, who changed his mind about marry-
ing' He made the formal charge and escaped the
shackles of matrimony when his bride was removed
to the House of the Catechumens. In 1604, a coach
drew up bei ire the dwelling of Rabbi Joshua As-
carelli and invited him and familv for a ride. This
was a -;. ia] concession, for under Papal rule Jews
were not permitted to ride in carriages. They were
taken to this dreaded place. After a long detention,
the parents were released. Their four children,
ages ranging from four to twelve, had their souls
saved at the baptismal font. Theoretically, the church
disapproved of force in bringing about conversions.
But evidently few appeals reached the College of
Cardinals. Once sprinkled with holy water, it was
too late to recant, anyhow.
THE COLOSSEUM
, Crossing the Tiber, the open, horse-drawn taxi
brings us to the Roman Forum. Here amidst the
ruins of Caesar's purple empire, we see two memo-
rials of ancient glory connected with the Jewish
past.
The Colosseum gives an idea what thorough
builders the old Romans were. In scale and mag-
nitude, it is the biggest thing that survived the
crash of Imperial Rome. Pagan temples are usually
small, unimpressive, tho elegantly proportioned.
There was no need for large auditoriums since Pa-
gans never prayed en mase. There was a chamber
for the altar to the God or Goddess, for whom a
priest or Vestal received votive offerings. Mass
prayer came with Christianity, which carried over
public praying from the Synagogue. Far more im-
portant to the heathen was the large ampitheatre.
These circuses could hold as many as 100,000 spec-
tators. The sight of man slaying his fellow beast
was as essential to the rabble as bread (panem et
circenses).
In the year 70, the desperate Jewish rebellion
was crushed. The war made the fortunes of the
Flavii, a family of humble origin in contrast with
the now extinct line of the aristocratic Julius Cae-
sar. To Vespacian and Titus was accorded a triumph,
By HARJRY SIMONHOFF
the magnificence of which amazed even a Roman
populace accustomed to gorgeous spectacles. The
accumulated wealth of centuries, looted from the
prosperous Judean state made the mob gasp with
astonishment. The conquerors also brought plenty of
F.O.W.'s. Many were sold in the slave market for
the benefit of the Roman treasury, which the war
had depleted. The new Imperial House figured it
high time to give the rabble a new arena that would
startle the world. They had plenty of rock and mar-
ble. So 30,000 Jewish captives were now put 11
work. It took them an incredibly short time to
build the Colosseum, of all amphitheatres the most
replete with splendor.
ARCH OF TITUS
But this was not enough. The Jewish war shook
the empire to its foundations.' An independent
Judea would be a dangerous example to other
conquered states. Besides, it was also the victory
of polytheist Paganism over monotheitic Judaism.
So the parvenu Flavians would erect an arch of
triumph that would stand forever. On the edge
of the Forum, close to the Via Sacra, in the shadow
of the Augustan palace on the Palatine hill, the
Arch of Titus still shows the Jewish trophies dis-
played at the Triumph.
ITS SIGNIFICANCE
Thruout the middle age, Jews would never walk
under this arch, preserved by the Church as a re-
minder of the vengeance exacted by the Crucified
God of love and mercy upon the descendants of
a generation that rejected him. Today, there is
powerful symbolism on this Arch of Titus, intended
as the gravestone to the Jewish state and its re-
ligion. In bas-relief, its Holy Ark, its sacred uten-
sils of the Temple service, its seven branched
Menorah are still the indicia of a* living Judaism.
The Judean state Titus destroyed has arisen be-
fore our eyes as Medinat Israel. But the broken
column of Jupiter Captolinus sprawling on the
ground nearby represents a tyranny and a Pagan-
ism that will never revive.
KIN
DISEASES
A New Approach
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Shapiro smiles approval__________
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Club 1. Pioneer Women
Sponsor Father's Day
Dinner On Beach Sunday
The Pioneer Women's Organ-
ization, Club No. 1. is sponsor-
ing a father's day dinner on Sun-
day, June IT. at 6 p. m. at Be h
Tfila Congregation, 93o fcuciia
Ave. An appropriate pro
has been planned. Proceeds from
the affair will be alloted f-.i
aid to the children of I
The subscription of SI.50 covers
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Heading the 'frangements
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The family of the late
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the many kind expressons of sympathy
during its bereavement.
Dht Auyult Zanufy,
Miamians Attend
Regional Meeting
Of Florida Hadassah
The Florida Region of Hadas-
sah held its spring board meeting
in Wintei haven on Wednesday.
A large contingent of Hadassah
imemb this community
| who attended the all-day ses-
j sion, included. Mrs. Murry Gross-
man, president: Miss Lillian
; Goodman, vice-president; Mrs.
Leonard Egert, secretary; Mrs.
Barney Weinkle. treasurer; Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, member of
the board: Mrs. Irwin Weinstem,
president, Greater Miami Chap-
Mrs. Jack Bernard, president.
Shaloma Group: Mrs. H. C.
Moser. president, Mt. Scopus
Group.
Presidents of the eighteen
chapters throughout the state
and other executive regional per-
sonnel heard a report from Her-
man Popkin. director. Southern
Zionist Youth Commission and
\I,i, ,n s. Malakoff- Greater Mi-
ami Manager, American Finan-
cial and Development Corpora-
tion for Israel. '
Program, fund-raising a nd
membership plans were coordi-
nated and will he presented to
the more than 5.000 women who
are members of the Florida Re-
gion of Hadassah.
The Polk County Chapter was
hostess for the luncheon and eve-
ning social session.
Hadassah Beach
B. & P. Appoints
Committee Heads
A meeting of the Beach Hadas-
sah, Business and Professional
Group, will take place Monday
evening at 8:30, in the Education
Building of the Jewish Center.
17th Street and James Avenue.
Program Chairman Jean Ber-
man announces that after the
business meeting, Miss Ruth
Haber will Rive a reading fol-
lowed by community singing,
Committee Chairmen appointed
for the ensuing year ore as fol-
lows: Jean Herman, program:
Frances Lebon. membership:
Doris Pardo, fund-raising: Zelda
Kotzcn, Youth Aliyah: Mildred
Krupsaw, child welfare; Lilian
Goodman, youth commission,
(with Doris Pardo, co-chair-
man) and Israel Bonds; Evelyn
Alter, Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization; Jean Brown, education
and American affairs; Sadie
Alexander, publicity; Lena Sif-
linger, Hadassah supplies; Dor-
othy Parker, organization; Esther
Goodman, Jewish National Fund;
Ceil Rubin, trees; Etta Botwinick.
Chai cards; Ruth Haber, bulletin
editor; Rose Goldner. refresh-
ments; Anne Lobel, telephone.
Gala Costume Ball
For Young Adult Group
A gala costume ball will initi-
ate the opening of the summer
program of the Coral Gables
Young Adult Group. The cos-
tume ball will be held at the
Coral Gables Jewish Community
Center, Sunday, June 17th. Danc-
ing will begin at 8:30. Refresh-
ments will be served and prizes
awarded for the best costumes.
A costume is a "must" for ad-
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EDITORIAL
The Prime Minister's Visit
Last month the stature of American Jews was
at its highest point as millions of Americans
in various parts of the country paid tribute to
the Prime Minister of Israel. The nationwide
tour of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion for
the launching of the S500.000.000 State of Israel
Bond Issue was greeted by honors, receptions,
and ticket tape parades that are reserved only
for the most popular heroes.
Wherever Prime Minister Ben-Gurion went,
Jews and non-Jews alike were dramatically
made aware of the emerqence of Israel as a
vital, young nation of courage and high spi:::
vigor. In the dynamic person of its first Prime
Minister, Americans saw the pattern of faith
and pioneering which have been the foundations
of the new democracy of Israel.
Visiting the United States during the celebra-
tion of its third anniversary, Mr. Ben-Gurion took
occasion to stress the vital importance of the
Israel Bond Issue as the pillar of Israel's eco-
nomic independence. On the eve of his de-
parture, he emphasized that peace with the
Arab states can be hastened if Israel demon-
strates that it con be economically independent
at is has already shown that it is politically and
militarily strong.
The fact that the Prime Minister came to the
United States at this time, when the country
is preparing for new elections and it is in the
midst of political difficulties with Syria, is per-
haps the most convincing evidence of the
special significance which Mr. Ben-Gurion and
the people of Israel attach to the Israel Bond
Drive here. With his participation, the Israel
Bond Issue has made a most auspicious begin-
ning. It is now universally understood that the
Bond issue holds the key to Israel's economic
utureand that upon this future rests the fate of
Israel itself and all of its brave and self-sacri-
ticing people.
American Jews are quickly recognizing the
p.vctal role of the Israel Bond Issu7 Their re-
"THIS. OUR PLEDGE"
sponse in the coming months will, we are sure,
reflect a new determination to enter into an
investment partnership with the people of Israel
which will bring dividens of far-reaching-value
to the Jewish people.
"Between You and Me"

By BORIS S.MOLAR
: legraphic
Agency, Inc.)
' 'INC FRANKLY
try
ist is actually one who settles in
Israel ... He made it clear by
repeating again and again that
American Zionists can only give
advice to Israelwhich may and
may not be acceptedbut cannot
interfere in Israeli affairs He
Shevuoth
Summer has not many holiA*
:>mes fittinalv in mi JL nolldays
1 to
summer
comes fittingly to fill "L v^ Qnd ^
even Ihttnah ;.___, J to son.
ve.,,h? il Pre,as the
Traditionally i. is observed also
for the giving of the Law bu,
appears" always to haTe^ee"!? "^
is the harvest festival. -

bolioall, look oTthelaw^Sl a? *1
a harvesting time. I, wasl?"?'!
estinaI
?ah
*
Israels philosophy of Ts "f, ^
Mt. Sinai, the Israelis re'ft
thelaw which they tdTwn'tt
wanderings in the desert. "I
In the long Diaspora, the Jew f
off his agricultural habilj^ j
about, he could not very well her,,?*
soil, even though only those who haT *
mate knowledge of Jewish his.o^ l!
how long after the dispersion^fi
Jews still clung to the soil. The St
commentator Rashi. for instance. %JJ
sustenance on the land. *l
But the trend away from the soil wasi,
able. The fanning of the hate of 2
not only made the Jew more and SS
wanderer but the legal codes made Jj
ingly difficult for Jews to own land, hS
once agricultural Jew became perhaps S
urbanized of all people. Even the" fck
carried wnh him the fond memories of 'the J
rustic times. Ii he could be a man of JJ
no more, at least on Shevuoth, he read the j
of Ruth, which appeared to a degree an j*
tive nostalgia for the simple life of the
doors.
In Israel today, the stcry of the BookofM
is being repeated and Shevuoth has again tab
a form closer to its earlier beginnings.
Something of this must inevitably be cani
over to Jews in all parts of the world, for tin I
we should be truly grateful.
Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
R.^,:i!,<. f !,,,, the Chi- called .1 h us. atLevifflJ
KT^iS^WSL^?1 Long Island, where he Jfl
,. ,.v :; """" ,Mn musi e envisioneda Zion- ""P'WMuative of world Jewry r,Yt"hi ST awtinctwn of dOOUt
,. hard : ": :: t0 ls, ^at should embrace LllS. vii-a-vli the State of Israel P ^'ng t,he ox int" fhst P^M Cal .
'""' "f ,:'"- Pron ,unce- Jewish neonl* And he "DroimW. i\ vV 7L m cul">'nation of the team's in the min irs I t a longtoh-
ments on Zionism whirr, r n And he was ? that upon his sparkling drive. for,, he finally made the pk
gurion made aTa dinner in W f *," "barrassed when Dr. "'".to *"* h* may have The evening under the lights He's been playing ball sm*
New Em,n,,i m------- something to say about some of u'as a tense one for Saul who in graduated from high scha
urion made at ., dinner in New Emanuel
York prior to his return to Israel uhv w .
Nc
only recent 1\
ject thoir ,,'..,,."..'.'...".'. "','"," wort "Zinnim." ___ ._ "*.."" nhifli l, j;j .... ,"'"', White
ism
th*
the
ica
inK
mittee b,-name. ur^'Them"",',", 2< leaders at ihe dbmTr "by" STSTcaSS, ^oK I ^Tt the %>* won' Chka
get together with the American telling them that he also of the American Zionist uJEH ,h d- be In the top "P0*- And
ttSStSS* heJaK15f-*- ** S? wSgkNSumsS*SS!^^sSrld taex-
m^^^S^^\SSK^fSSSth'-f^ E&'^^firti'iSl *? g0t iBto ^ble in the
nnancidl ad which s beinc r? u ntr American cities beneficial for Israel t. oi,. f n f,rst inning. He walked throe
given Israel by the Amencan I uS' ^'T'0' ^, Wl'nt far re>nition to tV J shK,.ll" "" -men. then allowed a single that
United Jewish Appeal are todJv ^n'Sm'
more helrrful t.. ic_. BAe.!0??* address,-,
-1. 5?- the Pot Qfici of iiLi
to the w',ri the exception of the when the army interrupted in
found himself ffl
Greenland and l*r
'hen he
back into i
resumed is
BigLeaflB
"Cal never lost faith that*
could make it." Mrs. Abramss*
"although for a while even
was beginning to have sob
doubts." His first crack wHi
Dodgers didn't materializes^
was sent back to Forth Wo*
as sem oat iv '" ^ -
But after this season all
FSHF-rfiskwasB "
P'a-. -.inder the
The Jewit
Tr-KfeS1 -- Sendjng "f
rhanrtl.e advertised ,n ^u^
on^Uv!,?FR,PT,ON "ATiiT"
un# Year .. ....___
fredITshochet
Editor and Publiiher
the St.
a his team
was in first place.
wi??.anar P^ul Rich"ds beamed
with pride. Saul had been under
h.nVh" Bu"al- and now his
hunch ,n brmging Rogovin to
t-nicago was working out.
Richards told a reporter- "I
he outl.ned for the American th f """ence of Judaism upon
Zionists what they consider i L1'^1?10 lell6ion ,s depicted
very meager program of activities prof Mahn!adan Festivals" b?
Lv.' l~nerican Zionists, he said ?.'..utave Edrund von .""-"-as tow a ,
sS ofnHete '" r motln ^ i couetrvaUm J,f publis^d in thi Sa>^ )iked Saul. I thmk he has
^Jl.H<*rew- th? Ch 1% ;uV the stuff and I w
emarkoverhear^.
interesting if Richards now
t v-page vol. I ij?! flu,f a"d I wanted him on
u16 ,'n,e on the origin of the Moslem ithe team ."
cal experts to Israel and the ^3^W" re'ations The i wo
stimu ,itir>. ,,........." "( author hi n,i. ..... ., '^l,.
ne was leauins ""
hitting with an average

Roundup: Hank Greed**
manager of the Clevelandi W
has once more done tninp
a big way. He now has the ^
tinction of managing the
I that has paid the bjtft "?J
in baseball history. The reg
that somewhere between PJ
and $150,000 has been paid
rookie just signed with ne
dians. The newcomer bj
Joe Davidson. who_Greeiw.
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
Newi Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
SIVAN 8. 5711
Volume 25 Number 23
FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1951 ail that mjm'SE* him wTh"
favorite theme that a good Zion-
SSTiii0 thc Amt''ican Z.onists '
was like a cold shower to those
8W acUve in the Anierican
Zionists movement Behind


JUNE 8. 1951
+Jewl$tifk>ridton
PAGL' 5 A
ietta Szold Group Of Hadassah Carl Gardner MC's
ills Officers At Luncheon Thursday Gala Variety Show
ation of officers of the Mrs. Harry Rogers, recording; Mrs. James Segal, chairman of
roup of Hadas- iMrs. Louis King, social. Mrs. the annual Variety Show "Mel-
scheduled for I Raymond Rubin will be treasurer ody in Mirth" sponsored by the
h, at 12 o'clock j and Mrs. A. Benton Green, parli- VJ('"]wn'%, Activities Committee
.'___bi. .------*-.-_ P of tne Flagler-Grandaa Jewish
Szold Group of Hadas-
been
.v. June 7th
lcheon at the Miami Beach
Center, with Mrs. Mur-
,ssman, president of the
region, as guest speaker,
on the program is Gloria
n, operatic sololist, accom-
. parli
amentarian.
Members of the Board include
Mesdames Joseph Alexander,
Henry Amlyn, Hyman Bcrman.
George M. Cohen. Rose Chaves,
Jacob DeKoven. Harry Dinner-
stein. Theresa Brandt.'Benjamin
Goldstein, Mary Gootman. Abra-
ham Goodman, William Green-
fogel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Leo-
nore Hauer, Phillip Hacker,
Samuel Jacobs, Morris Kogan,
Samuel Kulok, Ida Lear, Robert
Levy, Henry Liebman, Irving
Lehrman, Irwin Makovsky. Louis
Makovsky, Miriam Press, Harry
jG. Rogers, Clara Rubin, Milton
1 W. Smith, Freda Salit, Louis
| Shafkin. Rachel Shapiro, John
Starr, Bernard R. Wieder, and
Anna Weiss.
of the Flagler-Grandaa Jewish
Community Center announces
that presentation will be held on
Saturday evening, June 16th at
8:30 at the Center building. 50
N. W. 51st Place. The Flagler-
Granada and Hialeah-M i a m i
Springs choral groups will be
featured in "Ballad for Amer-
ica." featuring a well known
soloist.
Mr. Carl Gardner, will act as
Master of Ceremonies. Featured
vocalist will be Miss Shari Cor-
dova. A Miami High School
graduate. Miss Cordova climaxed
her school days by winning a
music scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Miami, in a statewide
contest. She has also studied at
the Miami Conservatory of Music
and will appear with the Miami
Opera Guild this season.
A
llollvwoocl renter To Observe First
las >lilzvah Ceremony Friday Nite
ism." Cantor Mordecai Feiner-
man will chant the special litur-
Shown turning over the reins of Miami Beach Masada-Young
Zionist District is David Goodwin, left, past president to Abraham
Schafer newly installed president. Gil Rappaport was tthe instal-
ling officer and Rabbi living Lehrman. guest speaker, at cere-
monies Saturday. Juno 2 at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. ____
Mrs. Jacob Davis
by Mrs. Theodore Arvan.
Ding president, Mrs. Isabelle
\\i was selected as toastmas-
vith Mrs. Louis Makovsky
man of the affair.
:,-president, Mrs. Moses
heloff, was chosen to conduct
light installation cere-
during which the follow-
kromen assume office: Mrs.
iBculah) Davis, president:
ames Barnet Bcckerman.
bid Horowitz, Ehiel Leso-
and Harold Melnick, vice
Idents. Secretaries are: Lil-
Danziger, financial: Mrs.
Si. Rosenberg, correspondent:
th Sholom Ladies
II Summer Plans
The Hollywood Jewish Center
will observe its first Bas Mitz-
vah ceremony with a special late
Friday night service, June 8, at
8:30 p. m., with the induction of
Donr.a Lee Baum, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Baum. of 1634
Washington St., into the Syna-
gogue. The Bas Mitzvah cere-
mony for girls, which is equiva-
lent to the Bar Mitzvah for boys,
I has become widely observed
I i n Conservative Synagogues
I throughout the United States.
Donna will chant the benedic-
tions from the portion of the
Torah which is read for the week
of June 9 and will explain its
I contents. The Haftorah portion
from the Book of Hosea will also
I be outlined by the Bas Mitzvah
after which a special Bas Mitz-
vah prayer will be delivered.
Alfred Frankel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Frankel. of 1833
Adams St.. who is to be inducted
as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, will chant the Kiddush.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will pre-
sent the gift of a Scripture to
1 Donna and a Bar Mitzvah cer-
tificate. The Rabbi will speak on
"The Pledge of Loyalty to Juda-
gy for the occasion. A reception
will follow the ceremony.
Bialik Branch 209 I Tropical Lodge Board
Celebrates Shuvuoth j To Outline Service Plans
A Shuvuoth celebration will I The officers and trustees of
be held by the Bailik Branch J Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
209, Farband Labor Zionist I meet Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., June 5
Order, on Monday. June 11th. at at tno home "of Past President A.
7:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach ,, ..... _..:J:.. a.,.
"Y" auditorium. 1536 Bay Road.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the
principal speaker. A literary
program has been arranged and
refreshments will be served.
Proceeds of the affair will be
donated to the Jewish National
Fund. Golden Book Certificates
will be presented to several
members of the organization.
Budd Cutler, 313 Meridian Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.
President Lewis Sternshein has
announced that the executive
board will outline plans for the
lodge's service programs and so-
cial affairs for the summer. Sey-
mour Brenner will report on ten-
tative plans to establish a week-
ly luncheon club.
sterhood of Temple Beth
lorn will hold a coffee on
nesday, June 13. at 11 a. m..
) Temple Banquet Hall. 4144
e Ave., Miami Beach, ac-
ing to an announcement by
Saul Herman, Sisterhood
ddent.
lummer plans and projected
plans will be outlined and
ivius chairmen will be named
Mrs. Herman.
rs. Irving Marcus, Hospitality
Jrman, will preside at the
ictum on June 13, the primary
pose of which is to acquaint
members with the new sum-
r project, "ROUND THE
.OCK." Mrs. Alexander Kogan
the over-all chairman of the
ihct and Mrs. Benjamin Seid-
nd Mrs. Jean Lehman are
airmen.
Miami Beach's Finest
ahd Largest
Jewish Funeral Home
A. Ltvine
[Ccleth Heard
Dr. Morris Goodman
Israel Bond Chairman
Asks Rabbis' Help
All rabbis in Greater Miami
have been asked by the Commit-
tee for Bonds of Israel Govern-
ment to devote a portion of their
sermons on Shevuoth this week-
end to the bond campaign.
"This season of the year." said
Dr. Morris Goodman, committee
chairman, "is the time when boys
and girls of our community are
being graduated from our schools,
and when our synagogues and
temples arc confirming and grad-
uating additional young citizens.
The use of Israel bonds as gifts
will enable our youth to share
in the future of a great venture.
Irving Blasberg
Funeral Director
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Grads. Confirmands
Hold Mock Ceremony
A mock graduation and con-
firmation were featured at a
gathering held May 31 at the
home of Joan Orl.n byJau A pha
Omega Council of the Miami
Jewish Community Center.
The affair honored six mem-
bers who graduate Friday eve-
ning. June 8. from Miami Senior
High School, am! also four girls
to be confirmed at Temple Israel
0nGradua,ct are Eleanor Zmner.
Carole Mondress, Joyc< Glan -
Sa Pepper. Marilyn HecWe
jnrt Leatrice Kozlin. Lonnr
Greene.
RabbilionTg To Speak
At Shuvuos Services
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munUy Center wUl observe
Shuvuos with special serves on
Siturdav evening at B P "'
rUbbi Honig will deliver a talk
11,'t the Definition of
;n t Developed." Services
... held on Sunday morning
* mm. >d Sunday evening
' 7 D m Monday morning
sFfe :
a. m.
Doris Kasow
Miss Kasow Leaves
For Syracuse U.
Doris Kasow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 2100
S W. 21st Avenue, left this week
for Syracuse University where
she will attend special summer
sessions. Before her departure
from Miami she was elected pres-
ident of Miami Unit of Jr. Ha-
dassah and also treasurer of the
Miami University chapter of Phi
Sigma Sigma.
Following her stay at Syracuse
Doris will travel with several
sororitv sisters through Canada,
New York and Pennsylvania be-
fore returning for the fall term
at the University of Miami,
where she is majoring in Span-
ish.


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FHIDAY
<(
Strictly Neighbors"
Miss June Goldwin
Weds Herbert Ellis
nniEi
Married on Mav 3 were Miss
By HELEN ALPERT June Goldwin. daughter of Mr.
LOOKING BOTH WAYS: and Mrs Alexander Goldwin,
By this time, hostilities will have taper down, as the Political ~^0q Ocean Terrace. Miami
BMy this time, hostilities will have tapered down, as the Political Beacn, and Herbert Moore Ellis,
of our Miami Beach neighbors in office. The candidates who won son 0j jj!S Hannah Ellis and the
will feel they've been well-chosen. The defeated will appreciate
that their merits did not show through clearly enough. So they'll
try it all over again, next time .
Funniest incidents I personally chalked up in the campaign
total two. The first took place at a public dinner. Earlier, spotting
me. one candidate had gripped me in a tremendous handshake
as he swore to uphold All the Best Laws in the Land with palpi-
tating fervor Twenty minutes later, he leaped like a gazelle
t.> the table I occupied with several others. Eagerly he said to
the man beside me. "Is that your wife. I'd love to meet her."
At that. I dug my face out of the shrimp cocktail. "Oh." he said
very dejectedly. "It's only Helen."
Second incident happened in my own doorway. An old gentle-
man conscientiously peddling cards solicited my vote for his can-
didate. I said. "I ain't voting for your man." .Pleasingly, I awaited
late Dr. Max Ellis.
The ceremony took place in the
home of the bridegroom. 980 W.
48th St.. Miami Beach. The bride
was given in marriage by her fa-
ther, with Mrs. F. A. Keshen as
matron of honor. Maxine Paetro,
niece of the groom, was flower
girl, and Samuel Paetro. brother-
in-law of Mr. Ellis, acted as best
man. A reception followed the
.ice.
The couple were both students
at the University of Miami. The
now at home following a wedding
trip through Florida.
an interesting harangue, to change mv mind. He : >k one look bridegroom served three years in
at me. revulsion suffused him, and he beat it. the Army. The newlyweds are
TWC ORCHIDS:
Two invisible tokens of esteem, costing me an invisible S5
each, are here dispatched to Mayor Harold Turk and his wife Stella. -------------------------------
Watching the spothnght slide to it's t:me to note Miami JCRS Chapter
what a wonderful pair, in so many ways, the Turks are. In n. /- j n
public life, it's The Little Woman who counts heavily, too. And rlCHlS Uard Party
I] recognzewho've thought about it at allStella made an A card party will be held on
'am-mate of intelligence and charm, No one will June 11th at 8 p. m. at the Sea-,
forget that Cuba Day banquet when she wore comber Hotel. 1725 Collins Ave., j
from our Good Neighborsthe stunning traditional black by the Greater Miami Jewish
gown and mantillawhich she matched with her increasingly Consumptive Relief Society. Tick-
knowledge of Spanish language and customs. Some a etc may be obtained from the I
a majestic touchher own zest I I .' < up to a unique and chairman Naomi Friedman at I
-. King position. And this she did with genuine success I think 48-5ti82. or the co-chairman. in-
ner often, in contrast, when I rem. nt made one lian storch. at 9-6173. Refresh-I
by a friend. I didn t vote foi J id. "because ments wil] be served. Proceeds'
will go to the society for its work

.-.:: n Ravitz
watchful
II sh ime, : e ..- J is one of th< I Si
been a magnificent helpmate.
May all >od things attend I Id Tu -.-'
PEOPLE:
Sj i ia] Di ih in ft Sa Bi H< i nupl
man H e slated for S< ptem-
' '
' tony. Sail I tted
f to going set tin
T: v n
ly Short bouncing
.
CAMPUS TALK:
i dropped in T lesd moment
:' ith hi notht Shi 's inva-
J. m ROTC Virgil I month.
v' nl W : :.. c. rni ., list in
estra Social worker Julius
i. Sunday from Cape Mav. N. J, and the
camp there .Daughter of the
outh Miami Ave.. Eileen, is wanting ., spot
some-
radio
ed 01 The Hurricane
VISITING:
K- rS"r' Rl'klnd and Mrs Rivkind get back late on June 6 from
JgL Molt** Saul and Syd are on vacation,
TROUBLE- running the President Madison Hotel ...
ah ,Sk" hhe5! 3 }hve bleachers at Flamingo Park's plav field'
H ih ?,MnHd['nds f,b'g and %* T>phoon fans from Miam Beach
"^ ? .t themselves standing up and wearied throughout the
c^tllJ ^lg^Jht' Jher eVe"mg' Such bl8 a"d little imp re!
FAMILY.p;RTY:ard~and "**
, 2" ,l?iro bef"tifully quiet farm in Davie. tfte Max Keanes
SWMyia a& int. BsHrurE
among tubercular patients.
not' ?. a "in Miami Ave. Eileen, is wanting a
Shes' president of AER. which is -
I dont know what it stands forbut is the honorary
"">' !h'- > : M Bert Goldberg is new man
The Miami Beach Jewish Center was the scent i I
wedding of Mr. Irving Shlomowitz and his bride, the low
Beach. The couple exchang-ad vows before Rabbi Irving Leta*
Rabb: Joseph Rackovsky and Cantor Jacob Y. Coldrinih
tor Joseph Malek also participated.
>a.u Th! weddin9 took place on Lag B Orr.ar, Thursdar. Mq
24th in the presence of ove? 300 tttends and realties of tht 3
and g.oom. The r%id of honor was Mist ida hosen and Ida
as best man was the bride's brother. Morde:ai Rosch FsIImb
the ceremony, a reception was held in the Center Dinbg R
The couple plan tc live in Miami Beach.
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JUNE 8. 1951
son ally Speaking...
,. and Mi*. Charles Adelman announce the birth oi a
i Wednesday, May 30 at the Victoria Hospital
* *
s Elma "Elee" Kauffminn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Kaufmann of 5700 Devonshire Blvd. will graduate from
L University June 14. She will tour Europe for two months
Ln return to Miami where she will enter social group
* *
i. and Mrs. Henry Liebman, 1004 Meridian Ave., left last
lor a month's vacation in Brooklyn where they will visit
ousins.
* *
r. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, 4485 N. lefferson Avenue,
Beach, announce the Confirmation of their daughter,
Ruth. A reception will be held June 10 at the home of Dr.
Jan, 3545 Winchell Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio, where
lily will remain until September.
* *
jrs. Dora Gershon, of 2992 Alton Road, is flying to Nash-
fenn., where she will visit her son. Dr. Leon Gershon, and
lily. Date of her return is indefinite.
* *
v. and Mrs. Jacob Katz and family, of 1321 14th Terrace,
Beach, left this week for Monticello, New York, where
llan to stay until September.
* *
lr. and Mrs. Henry Shier are receiving congratulations on
', of both their daughters: Sandra, who becomes confirmed
Dday night at 8 at Beth David, and Jo-Ann, who will grad-
Irom the University of Miami at exercises in Dinner Key
Irium Monday at 8 p. m. Friends of the family are invited
Ind both events.
* *
|r. and Mrs. Alvin Glick announce the birth of a son on
31st at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Irs. Leo Axelrod.
* *
fs. Sam Schachno and her daughter, Juliette, are leaving
teek for New York where they will visit Mrs. Schachno's
in Woodbourne for several months. During the summer
will continue with her Hebrew studies while Mrs.
Ihno will take advanced courses in physiotheraphy. Mr.
fcmo plans to join them later.
* *
aily arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
le Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shcpiro and
|en, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Cohn and Eli Solomon.
* *
farewell dinner party was given at Picciolo's Restaurant
128, honoring Mde. Frances Sebel, soprano, who left for
lYcrk. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Man-
lAnyuta Melicov, Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar LaMonacca, Flor-
|Kutzen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bromberg and Ruth Brotman.
Fall, Mde. Sebel has been invited to conduct master
^g classes in several northern universities.
* *
labbi Jacob J. Honig, spiritual leader of the Jewish Com-
ly Center of Hollywood, and his family will leave for New
on June 12th. Rabbi Honig will attend the Rabbinical
ibly Convention in New York and take courses at New
I University during the summer toward his doctorate.
+ *
r. and Mrs. Nathan Tudor announce the birth of a son,
J, on May 6th. The bris took place at the home of Mr.
[Mrs. Joseph Schaffer on June 3rd. Godparents were Mr.
[Mrs. S. M. Schaffer; Joseph Schaffer was Sadek; Rabbi
fachtei officiated. Mrs. Tudor is the former Frances S.
Derg. The Tudors reside at 829 S. W. 18th Avenue.
*
and Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway announce the birth of
i, Lester Frederick, May 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir
ttained at a Ben Zocher in honor of the occasion the fol-
tg Friday night. The bris took place on the 29th in the
II Room of the Mt. Sinai Hospital with Rabbi Philip Fried
lating and Rabbi Charles B. Halberstan naming the baby.
:ipants in the ritual were Harold ShallowaySandek;
land Mrs. Harry Sir Godparents; Abe Sir Sandek
lie and Mrs. Jeanne ShallowaySandeke Shainie. The
^oways who also have a three year old son. David
reside at 1785 Marseilles Drive, Normandy Isle._______
^Jewlsfrfkridlian
PAGE 7 A
Sehaffels Tour
State Following
June 5th Nuptials
Touring Florida are honey-
nt;rs Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
L. iscnaffel whose wedding was
an event of June 5th.
The former Lorraine Budlow, ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Budlow, 590 S. W. 23rd Ave.. was '
joined in marriage to Leonard-
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Schaffel !
and the late Max Schaffel at
ceremonies in the home of the
bride, on Tuesday evening at 8
p. m. Rabbi Grauer officiated
A reception followed the relig-
ious rites.
Mrs. Schaffel was attired in
ballerina length white nvlon, .
with net lace overskirt falling
in points. The gown was strap-
Aremore Btud
Checking final plans for breakfast program for Mrs. Nell E
Peiser Fiiday, June 15, are, left to right. Mrs. Harry Gersten, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman. and Mrs. Bee Jaffe. The three form the ar
rangements committee for the meeting at which the national
chairman of the women's division of the State of Israel bond
campaign will speak.
Irving Kaler Weds Florence Feldman
On June 4 in Atlanta the mar
riage of ?!is Florence Feldman
to Irving K. Kaler. son of Mrs.
the southern regional office.
Mr. Kaler, an Atlanta attorney,
was past international preside) r.
Bride uf tin- Day Pho
Mrs. Leonard C. Schaffel
less and complemented with a
white late mantilla draped softly
over the bride's hair and de-
scending over her arms and
shoulders. She wore a pearl
necklace and earrings and car-
ried a bouquet of orchids and
lilies-of-the-valley.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Sidney Kaplan in navy silk faille
with navy accessories and white
hat. Best man was Mr. Joseph
Schaffel; soloist, Mrs. Joseph
Schaffel.
Lorraine is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School; the
groom attended the University of
Pittsburgh and Miami University.
Upon their return from their
honeymoon the Sehaffels will re-
side at 588 S. W. 23rd Ave.
Dora Kaler of Miami Beach, took | of the Junior B'nai B'rith. He 3
place t 'he Progressive Club. no v president of the Atlanta
Mrs. Kaler is a student ol" po- Junior Chamber of Commerce,
litical science st the Atlanta divi- j In addition to Mrs. Dora Kali ,
sion. University oi Georgia. She |other relatives of the Dridt-
was formerly associated with the j grcom's in this area include I 3
Anti-Defarnttion League as see- brother. Jack Kaler, and sisU c
retaiy to the southern director Shirley Kaler, who went to At-
and later as education director of lanta to attend the ceremonies.
Sholem Luncheon Club
Closes For Summer
The weekly luncheons of Sho-
lem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be
discontinued for the summer
months, it has been announced
by President Jerome H. Weinkle.
Luncheon club chairman, Mich-
ael M. Isenberg, has planned a
series of interesting speakers
scheduled for the fall.
The Sholem Lodge luncheon
club weekly meetings were origi-
nated in 1946 by Burnett Roth
who served as chairman for two
years.____
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PAGE 8 A
* Jewish rhrkHan
Army Issues Urgent Call For Civilians
To Serve In 1100 Overseas Occupations
Obituaries
Schachter Jewish Hour
To Push Bond Sales
Jacob Sehachter's Jewish Hour,
heard over WMBM Wednesday
Civilian workers for employment with the Department "f the
Army in overseas operations are* being sought in the Miami area and
ver the nation. J. A. Bliss, manager of the Florida State Employ-
Service, said today.
had experience in any of 70 lines
Ml!. ANNA i iliNSIiriN
Tl. of 2403 HW 17th BVt .i .
resident here, Hied al her home IhM
\\ k
\ fornii r Philadelphia!!, nhi eavei
"'r "-1-..... rh""ade".phl. ;'nd Frida>- from ,:30 to 2 o'clock
NOTK'B
l!i Kir-'"1
rge Bli
uienlx

home
i hai re "i Hi
Men and woven who have
of activity are being sought, he
said, to fill more than eleven
hundred positions, ranging from
the highly trained profess: ins
through office workers and skil-
led persons in various fields.
Most of the positions are in Ja-
pan, Alaska, Germany, Austria,
and Okinawa, but there are also
a few in other plan -
"The shortage is vi ry serious,"
Bliss said. "Wider deployment of
Army troops and withdrawal of
military personnel from these
duties have brought a laek of
persons to conduct many services
in the countries we occupy, and
in some of our territories and
possessions. The United Stales
Employment Service, through its
affiliated State Employment
Services, is intensifying its ef-
forts to find persons who are
qualified and willing to accept
such employment overseas. Ap-
plicants who present their quali-
fications to the local office of the
Florida State Employment Serv-
al 501 N. E. 1st Aviv
the next 60 days, will get a rap
rt ferral of their qualifications to
the Department of the A: my. An
equally rapid decision on a can-
idate's acceptability is promised
thi Ovi seas Aifaii Branch
nducting
ide campaign in con-
mcti m with the Empl 5
oipings in
emplo; ment is
ffered, Biss sai I with at-
accountants and 1 cono-
K: .'.anted i
civil, construction,
itomotive, pi trol-
nechanical with
..... 1 lectrical
tele) n< ex|
electn ni< with radi 1 01
mmunicatu ins 1 xperi-
ence, said. Medical officers
with public health und,
veti .,lso
wanted,
includes librarians
court k poi tii -. ret reation
employee utilization
nnel technicians,
. Iget offict rs, infoi mation spe-
analysts, and engi-
ing aides,
radio technicians and repairmen,
cable splicers, communications
foremen and code clerks In ma-
chinery, supervisors of machine
shops, advisors on tank mainte-
nance and repair, motor median-
j ics and property supply clerks
are wanted.
Pay is on the same scale as
for the same kind of governmen-
tal positions in the United States,
with 25 per cent additional in
Alaska and Okinawa, and 10 per
cent additional in Japan. "Then
is a big difference, however, in
the fact that housing is free in
some areas, and furnished at
only nominal cost in other
places," Bliss said "Medical and
.1. nt.d care is supplied on a sim-
ilar basis. Servant help is cheap
and plentiful in most areas, so
that the salary paid overseas civ-
ilian workers is worth more than
thai paid lomesl And
with few exceptions, ov<
, Army installations offer the same
' ,.niS 1 kind of community that
e 1 a a oiti ,,
we have in this country.
Transportation is at govern-
ment cost, by ship or plane. A
two-year tour of duty is requir-
ed, applicable everywhere except
in Okinawa, where there is a
1 n< -year minimum.
Bliss emphasized that the only
nnel to one of these positions
is the local office of the Florida
state Employment S< 'If a
candidates qualifications are ac-
ceptable to th. Army, then it
may be expected that the over-
si .- trip may start in about 30
days, providing physical, charac-
.d loyalty investigate ns are
passed." he said. "The candidate
choice of any area where
thi re is a job for which he can
qualify. Leave regulations for
overseas employment coincide
with those for domestic govern-
ment employees. The standard
work week is 40 hours. Monday
through Friday. The opportunity
vi ment, for broad-
ening of cultural inti 1 md at
the same time serving the ni I n
in a time of need is all combined
in overseas employment with the
Army."
1- Oe
Ai ran*
I iOI 9
|,\VII KEMKLHAR
41, i.f 6 II H w 1 nil si ,.i.....f
.., em ot Kelly's Iwive-In restaurants.
II.. 1 a me from Cleveland flvi yean
agi and was .1 member i>f the South-
west lod|t< "f the Maaons heri and
... \;. .- ttlsh Rtt< '
(surviving >. i Ife, Mrs Alice
Kemelhar; parent*, Mr, and Mrs.
Kemelhar, .ill ot Miami, and
tw< brothers,
ecu w in be al 9 a m Mmdaj
in Cordon 1 hapi I Ith Masonl. "i>-
Ices al the graveside In Mt, Neoo
1 >
ALBERT EXL
.-,,,. 0f S120 Collins A vi issed
., 15 Ma] SOth He was formei I)
I wlnte '"'
. ained al thi Beach during the las)
11, was .1 1 osmi in salesman.
Ui km li ,es a daught< 1 Mrs
1 truil.- Lea> In, al present m Pal is,
France, and n sister, Mrs Hannah 1
, Smolley, ( the Bron* Sei i li es wore
conducted 1 1 Miami Bea. 1. Rlvi 1 -
ide b) Rabbi iloshaj P Mann Inti
ment took place in Mt, Blnal Ci mi -
tery,
HARRIS LOON
?.;. ,,f ii!' Mei Idlan Avenue, mm
denl for 15 years passed awaj May
gist, He was a retired tailor and
leaves stepsons In Brooklyn where the
i. senl bj r,< ach Memorial
1 'hapel, IS30 Alien Rd for sei \ ices
and Intel mi nt.
p, m.j Sunday from 3 to 4 o'clock
p. m., and over WTTT from 10 to
,,. '11a. m.. announces that this pro-
gram will dedicate a portion of
its Sunday morning and aftei -
, noon programs to the sale of
'Israeli Bonds. Prominent speak-
ers and Civic leaders working in
co-ordination with Israeli Bond
Office will appear on these pro-
grams to stimulate sale of bonds.
In addition, the regular features.
Up-to-the-Minute Jewish Vii
and News presented by Norman
R. Lyons, newscaster and com-
mentator, will be heard. Feature
topic on the Friday program will
be "IT. S. Program-in-aid-to-
Israel and Investment in Democ-
racy," and Sunday's topic will be
"Israel Breaks Feudalism." Also
continued will be an episode of
the popular series "Mirror of
Life" by Fannie Edelman, which
will be heard as usual on the
Sunday afternoon program.

"ARGIStj
E CIRCUIT
>A~DBCr*LCj]!l
DAE COUNTY*^
CHANCERY.
ORDER OF
*ATHAn"r
NATHAN ,:.
1 II Bii> I
Laucmj
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I
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1
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tirri
I ai
WILLIAM ROBERT PITTESBERG
;_ is 11 t li 1 "l passed away
n M.i> 2Sth Th remains were sent
i,, New Y'-rk City for services and
nt b 1 '. h Memoi lal 1 'hapel,
I n Rd,
HERMAN KOLBERT
.....I
ray May 2s ni veri
sent to New '. k Cllj foi -
an,1 tcrment (lea h Mo rial
Chap. Ib3i 11 ton Rd
FDITH MAY MATHEWS
.1 visitor from bandsti n, v.i passed
awaj Maj Isl Thi wen
v.i for si '
and Int. m. nl b> Bea !i Mi moi la
\ ion Rd
Masada Oneg Shabbat
The Oneg Shabbat given week-
ly by the Masada, Miami Beach
Young Zionist District, will be
held this week at the home of
Ed Oka, 1572 Meridian Avenue.
The agenda includes a literary
discussion by Sandra Friedman,
iolk dancing and group singing,
followed by refreshments.
r
' "vu" Court ,1, .
W
ratios,,
' "III be tab
(KA., ^i
By R. il
""II!
1'lalntlff
;
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LEGAL NOTICE
JEAN LEVINE
57, of IOCS J-ff-i n Avi nue,
dent here for years, passed awaj
.in!.,- :i,i she .i- on the staff of
': Blnal Hospital, and former!) of
Alt. n Road Hospital Bhe leaves hei
husband, Bllas one son, Leonard: -i\
Mi Dora 11 Is,
Miami Bea h: and two grandi hi
Thi remains -, nl to Ne Vork
Cltj foi ei \ li and Interment bj
Bi ach M 1 'hapel, It >o Alton Rd,
Typists ind tenographers are in c:_ c__,,,i t_ c ui
heavy demand. as well as tabu- ^.Ir pamuel Is Subject
lating machine operators and su-
pervisors. And in the field of
communications, the Army wants
NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS
"My husband introduced me to
ALL-BRAN shortly after we were
married. I use it in rav cooking as
well as for break-
fast. The result:
we're regular as
clockwork!" Mrs.
Antonina Grasaano,
453 (larfield Ave.,
.Jersey City, N. J.
One of many unso-
licited letters from
ALL-BRAN usirs.
If you suffer from constipation due
to lack of dietary bulk, eat an
ounce (about -j cup of crispy
Kellogg's ALL-BKAN daily, drink
plenty of water. If not satisfied
after 10 days, return empty DOS
to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich.
Gel DOUBLE YOl'K MONEY BACK!
Of WINZ Radio Program
Harold Shapiro, narrator on
the program "Builders of Israel."
will present a biographical sketch
of Sir Herbert Samuel on Sun-
day, al 1:15 p. m ivei radio sta-
tion WINZ ((940). Sir Herbert
Samuel, the first British High
Commissioner to Palestine, gervi d
as a member of Parliament and
embarked on a distinguished ca-
reei of public service which
eventually led him to the British
Cabinet, the first unbaptized Jew
to be so honored.
"Builders of Israel" is a special
feature of the Yiddish Classical
Hour of which M Nasatir is direc-
tor and J. Birnbaum is the social
director.
SANDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
EOITH CANTER
I '' 8 W Mil Avenue, passi d
u hei residenre on June
Mi. leaves her h isband, Hum- I two
sisters, H< m leu 1 Rosenhain .".,1 Han-
nah 1.. ncer, uf Miami Bi a< h; tin. t
biothers, William, Arnold and Herman
Ri iben, New N ork Cltj s. 1 \ ic< -
" '.....ndueted .11 BeJfh M< tnorl
Chape!, I8.U1 Alton Rd bj Rabbi
' H K iplan. Interment followed
in Mt, Nebo 1 '< .., 1. n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No 14160.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MIRIAM SEIDMAN, PlaJntlfl
5' '''*:,.':} ^-'i'.MAN. Defendant
"' BERNARI SEIDMA.N
41. Krighlwaiei Court
Bn ok ya, \. n to\ k,
,^' 1 1 quired t.. serve .1 copj
"' ''"" to the Hill of font.
iiiiimt upon Plaintiffs attornej mm -
Tt.N 1: MANNHEIMER, I2(i Lincoln
K..... Mtaml Beach, I lorlda, and file
Ihe original In th- office < the Cli ik
of ihe i'n. .1.1 Court In and f..i Dade
< ounty, rrorlda, on 01 before the 'tii
"J July, a 1., |g herwla.
"ill will be taken as nf. ssed
l.v you.
Hated: thla (th day
i:-..i
,_.,, E I. LEATHERM V.V
(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Cuorl
HI K. II RICE. JR..
ORDER OF PUBUCATll
Kl.l V NTH innruLL
' : 'RI!'.' IN .i\[i|l
I
- RERGER, PUalJ
R iKftlkLl
1 I IX'I'.Itf RKROER.
: I 4th Street
1 \, 1 .
illlir. il ||
'.itirt'jj
in 1
lit Court 4 lass.
1 re tb H|
n .f tin *"
':: li
fesn
DATKI
1: r '.: ,Ti-:rjui|
nk 01 thi CItoI(
(Citcul
Bj H._C.m
SA Ml : UNI'.
Ml
I
"f -111!:. A I 1 .
MRS. ESTHER FELDMAN
" 13 Bhi i Idan Avenue, passed
awaj June ith al her home Bhe l<
tw.i brothers, Dave and 1- 11 Is K|. li
' r, Mrs. Millie Weiss Mrs
' |" llvi .1 in N, tork,
' '"" li. threi yean ago The re-
'' Jl ti N>w *ork by
Nl ami 1..,., h rivi rside foi lervlcei
nl
FASTREUEF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14160C
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
BONDRA JAM: SII.VKIt.MAN
Plaintiff,
vi
FREI .1 BILVERMAN,
1 '.i. n.i.inl
TO MR PRED 1 SII.VKHMAN
221 North Blsl Btn -1
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
VOi: ARE HERBY NOTIFIED thai
1 itiii of Complaint for Annulment
hai been filed acainat you, and you
are herebj required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the BUI "t" Com-
plaint ..ti plaintiffs attorney, iiakky
l>IETZ, JS0 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beai li Florida, and file the original
Anawi r |n th- 1 iff:,, 0f the Clerk "f
th- Circuit Court, on before the
Hi das ..f July, l!T.i Otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you
DATED ttiis tth day ..f June. 1951
EC B. LBATHBRMAN,
rlerk of the I'ln-uli Court
of Bade County, Florida
'Al-' Bj R 11 RICE. .11: .
. ,,...... I >eput) Clerk
in Road
Florida
n \l:i:v
! ill,
Miami I:.-.,, h
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JUNE 8, 1951
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i. P. Sol 11
Roosevelt
[Women
fccent meeting of the
loose velt Chapter of
kh Women, Mrs. Gerald
Vas elected president,
ed were Mrs. Edmond
rst vice-president; Mrs.
j
. Gerald P. Solta
|Yugoda, second vice-
Mis. Don Stuart, cor-
B;. secretary; Mrs. Mau-
knson, recording secre-
\. Nat Shusterman, treas-
Paul Needelman, fi-
kecretary; Mrs. Stanley
grliamentarian and Mrs.
aval, historian,
lowing committee chair-
be been appointed by
lident: Anti-Defamation
[Mrs. Beranard Ehrens;
Jith Youth Organization,
jinand Phillips; Social,
^ing Cohen and Mrs.
olden; Sunshine, Mrs.
Rosenthali Hillel, Mrs.
^bs; Community Service,
Beth Montauck and Pro-
?. Mrs. Marvin Jacker.
Btion of officers will take
a dinner-dance at the
hotel on Sunday eve-
nt 24.
Women Meet
ir Simonhoff
hulcm Women of B'nai
piil meet in Burdine's
bm on June 12th at noon
^u.'is for a new project
discussed. Mrs. Abe
president, will pre-
f. Harry Simonhoff, Jew-
Jian columnist and world
will give a short ad-
his experiences in Eu-
I :;_!.
Jewish Center i
Awards Tributes At
Closing Services i
Samuel Friedland, president :
announces that the closing Late
Friday Evening Service of the
J""V eKa,h Jewish Cent^ 'or
the 1950-51 season will be held '
this Friday.
This service will be dedicated
to the outgoing officers of the
Center and the installation of
new officers of the Center Men's
Club.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit- '
ual leader of the Center, will
nt the following outgoing
Officers with a plaque for their :
distinguished and dedicated"1
service to the Center: Mr. Archie
Brick, who served as recording !
secretary for six years: Mr. Oscar
Mamber, who served as financial
secretary for five years: and Mr.
Alfred Stone, a vice-president
for four years who also served
in the capacity of chairman of ]
the Construction Committee, for
the building recently erected at
1701 Washington Ave.
A special award is also being
given to Mr. Charles Fruchtman
for his efforts and accomplish-
ments on behalf of the estab-
lishment of a branch of the
Seminary Museum, the first time
in its history the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary has seen fit to
establish a permanent branch of
the Museum in any synagogue
building in the country.
The second part of the service
will be dedicated to installation
of officers of the Men's Club,
who are Mr. Julius J- Perlmut-
ter, president; Judge Irving Cy-
pen, Milton Sirkin and Alfred
Stone, vice-presidents; Irving
Firtel secretary; Dr. Wilbur
Wishner, corresponding secre-
tary and Irving Schatzman,
treasurer.
The Board of Directors include
Gilbert Balkin, Jack Burris, Mor-
ris Cohen. Arthur Frishman, Ben
Zion Ginsburg, Sol Goldman,
Sam Kaplan, Samuel Katz, Mor-
ris Kreigel, Hy Lake, Dr. Her-
man Mechlowitz, Gershon S.
Miller. Samuel Nudelman, Al
Osheroff. Joe Rubin, Sigmund
Schermer, Ed Singer, George
Talianoff and Ira C. Walsey.
PAGE9 A
Dinner For W. C. Women
A Shuvuoth dinner will be
given on Sunday, June 10th, at
6 p. m. by the Women's Club,
Branch 692 Workman's Circle,
at 20 Washington Ave. Admis-
sion will be $1.00.
Education Board Meets
The newly appointed Board of
Education of Congregation Beth
Jacob held its initial meetinn
Wednesday evening. An annual
report of the progress of the
school was presented and plans
for the summer term discussed.
"Molly Picon may be very funny. Mama, but is it my fault
you never taught me Yiddish?"
University Art Gallery
The Art Gallery of the Uni-
versity of Miami announces the
opening at 9:30 a. m. Monday,
June 11, of the second in its
series of exhibitions of works
by Latin American artists.
The new exhibition entitled
"Prints of the Modern Mexican
Renaissance" is from the Metro-
politan Museum of Art in New
York City and comprises a
unique collection of modern Mex-
ican woodcuts and lithographs.
Also on exhibit in one of the
small galleries is the Shillard
Exhibits Latin Works
Smith Collection of Haitian
Primitive Paintings.
Gallery hours will remain 9:30-
4:30 daily and 7:00-9:00 p. m. \
Wednesday evening throughout
the week of June 11th.
The new summer schedule will
go into effect on Friday, June i
15th, with the Gallery remaining
open Sunday through Thursday
from 11:00-4:00 and closed on
Friday and Saturday. There will
be no evening hours during the
summer months.
ESTROFF UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Etta
Estroff, of Deerfield Beach, Flor-
ida, will take place Friday, June
8th at 11 a. m. at the Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi M. Grauer
officiating. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present. ^_______
Chernin Joins Marines
Ralph Chernin, 19, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Chernin, 610 Six
teenth Street, Miami Beach, has
joined the U. S. Marines ... he
is a graduate of GAR High
School,, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. .
at the time of his enlistment he
was employed as a lifeguard by
a Miami Beach hotel.
Israel is making significant
strides in the expansion of its
industrial plant, >vhich will be
even further accelerated by the
S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond
Issue.
Splash Party Featured
Miami Beach Masada, Young
Zionist District will present a
"splash poddy" at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, Sunday evening, June 10th,
featuring moonlight swimming
from 8 to 10 p. m. and dancing to
the Ritz Plaza orchestra from 9
to 12 p. m.
Guest star will be Mel Murray, '
Miami's piano comedian. Also on
the program is a novelty swim
contest, and songs by "The Three
Notes."
Proceeds will support Zionist
Activities. Irene Kestenbaum is
in charge of publicity, Monte
Popover is in charge of posters, i
Dave Goodwin and Gil Rappa-
port in charge of social arrange-
ments.
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FRIDAY
JUNE I
Golda Meyerson
Pioneer Women
Install Officers
The Pioneei rm n G Id i
ion Club of Miami
install ition : :': ers at lunc
oon given at the h in il Mrs
i S. Sh p :: n M ij 2 M
. | nclud
Mrs. Lena Pushkin,
; vice-president M
Halpern: n I vi e-p ient.
. T: Th ilma Kitzen: t
[rs. Sarah Shapoff: fin.-.:
secretary, Mrs. Sonia Robl
recording secretary. Mrs. Eva
Kahn; corresponding secret
Mrs Anna Sorin Bild: loc*al
letary, Mrs. Lillian Apfel, and
icial secretary, Mrs. .Anna Selt-
:
The following committee cl
>n were appointed: Moatzat
Hapoalot, Mrs. Ethel Dorff and
Jennie Dunson; Child Rescue
Fund Pearl Krieger and Anna
Frye; Membership, Vera Zeltzer
...nd Anna Seltzer: Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Sophie Seeman and
Becky Kreimer: Dues. C
'..,.. Sunshine, Jennie Dun- n
iltural, Ruth Uliss: Publicity.
Shirley S. Queen.
Mrs Anna Sorin Blid. outgo-
ing president, installed the new
i fficers, and gave the annual re-
|K)rt of the year's activities Mrs
Vaffer chairman of P. VST.
inci] .addressed the member-
: irtance .'. buy-
. ig b mds.
Host the luncheon :r. -
Shapoff. Zelt-
sr, Smulii Pj ..-
K
Beth Sholom Graduates
To Receive Diplomas
.
Dec la r a 11 oi '

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Louis Schwartzman. of Mi-
ami, was na:\d a member of
the Executive Committee of the
National Council of Jewish
Education at the 25th enniver
sary convention recently held
in Cleveland. Reelected as presi-
dent was Samuei J. Borowsky.
On the agenda for discussion
:y the prominent Jewish edu-
cators gathered in conclave
were the basic changes in the
American Jewish scene, the
establishment of the State of
Israel, the challenge they pre-
sent and the new objective*
they compel for Jewish edu
cation.
4900
N.W. 2nd ME
Thank You!
Our grand opening was a great sue
cess. We want to thank our many
friends who came to see us and with
us well.
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Announcing Prize Winners
1st Prize: U.S. Royal Mid-Century Tir*
Mr. R. H. Anderson
930 N. W. 137th St.. Miami
2nd Prize: Westinghouse Automatic
Toaster
Linda Seiple
258 E. 49th St.. Hialeah
3rd Prize: 2 Recapped Tires
O. E. Walstrom
228 N. W. 34th St.. Miami
4th Prize: U. S. Equipment Battery
W. H. Herndon, Sr.
75 N. W. 118th St.. Miami
Then don't give up your tires b-
is gone! Up to 75'". of what you p
casing. Come in and let as retread >ur sxootr.
tires. You'll gtt new-tire skid pi ind a"
the thousands of extra miles y hi :ii 'or_al
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Over A Quarter Ceuturu of Service iu Greater Miami
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KJNE 8. 1951
Up
eis Auxiliary
Father's
iff Plan
jjual father's day gift
(been announced by the
fcapter of the National
Auxiliary of Brandeis
y.
jng to Mrs. Joseph Dun-
Brman of the project,
, enables anyone who
o donate $200. $3.00, or
Ithe purchase of a book
|V..ndeis library in honor
emorjr of, their father,
Thenin place of a
: jiving on Father's
i. their father or loved
ive a card stating
hag been donated in
i and by whom. Re-
the library shelf many
lay. will be the book that
enabled the library
jr'ith its flyleaf beauti-
[nbed for all the years
*-JewistiQorl&Mi
i Gables B.B. Women
Award Certificates
I Bnai B nth Women was awarded
a certificate of merit for
PAGE 11 A
Miamians Lead Panels
At District Convention
Miamians who led panels at
the 5th District B'nai B'rith Con-
Lewis Pomerantz and Mrs. Her- anS Committee, led the discus- :
man Brenner. sion on Veterans Affairs
ArnTJ .haKd meoVn,*. on Tl"'s- The convention honored Mrs
Pozen the SJu *? Si?Ine-y I fl F"'clsUom' (>f Mia Beach!
r-ozen the delegates gave their for her many years of devoted
report on the convention. service to B'naf B'rith Women
Next- regular meeting of the! at the major luncheon on the
""P.*'1' be a lun.c.h t the program. Mrs. Hanv Kaufman
group
Biscayne Terrace Hotel",' Tues- was elected vice presidenToMhe
District Grand Lodge and Mrs.
day, June 12th. Reservations
may be made by calling the
chairman, Mrs. Alan Benjamin
at 87-9995.
Ida Optner selected as histor-
ian. Mrs. Sally Wellins was
elected deputy of the District.
jrpnse of the Women's
is to build and furnish
In v of Brandeis Univer-
iValtham, Massachusetts,
Jewish sponsored, non-
Young Orthodox Jew, 13, Whispers
"Shema Yisrael' Wins Spelling Honors
WASHINGTON (AJP) A the tricky description of French
handsome 13-year-old former cookingcuisineplus 'insouci-
Hebrew school student who whis- ance-' to emerge the nation's top
tShY comMraMveW pered praycrful 'Shema SPf^ 4 u -
Inougn a compaidiiveiy ... The victorv hronpht Irvinir a
tanization, the Miami Yisrael' throughout h,s two-day I $500 awardVom the Scrfpps
of the Women s Auxil- long battle against hundreds of | Howard Newspapers. The youth
Brandeis, which meets | the nation's top spellers emerged and his parents also enjoyed a
Ice yearly boasts a mem- | emerged as America's Champion j weekend stay in New York at a
lot over 400. ,-.,. swank hotel as guests of the
ii information about this
Day Gift plan can be
telephoning Mrs. Duntov
npable eatabliah-
ng undei license
(1 1 at >putable Intro-
! I Ineu la nol dtf-
- i-onriucted under < copj -
Minimum *>( $750.
= i.l,2.r.ti-ila u;iin- "Shema Yisrael
J., c/o Box 2973. Miami 18,
ICOUNSELLOR
Children's Home
st Drive. Live in.
Phone 48-8312
Speller.
Beaming Irving Bclz. of Mom-
phis, Tenn., w>n the top nonors
in the 24th National Spelling Bee
championship held at the Na-
tional Press Club here.
Throughout the competition
here which pitted hundreds of
the nation's brightest youngsters,
one agamst the other, young Belz,
barmitzvahed last August, ut-
tered half to himseli ovgr and
She-
ma Yisrael." More than com-
petitors and two finalists later
Irving's prayers were answi
He was national champ.
newspaper chain.
New Film On Cancer
Shown To Directors
Of Dade Institute
A new film, "The Family Phy-
sician and Cancer," had its first
showing at a recent meeting of
the board of directors of the Dade
County Cancer Institute with
And Irving, who eats nothing President J. Gerald Lewis, pre-
but kosher food, breezed through sidjng Thc film advocatea test.
ing. for cancer in industry to
parallel the successful anti-tu-
berculosis campaigns by routine-
chest x-rays. It is to be distrib-
uted by the Dade County Can-
cer Institute and the Medical Ke-
96th Street.
Reception Saturday At
Shore Club Honors
Rubin-Ser Bethrothal
The Shore Club on I Miami j search Foundation of Dade Coun-
Beach Saturday night will be the I ty as a part of the Professional
Education Program in Cancer. A
sound track will be prepared in
Spanish for distribution through-
out the Pan-American area.
The film stresses the impor-
tance of the family doctor's office
FOB RENT
Apt. Twin Beds.; Je^o7a7eceptton honoring the | Education Program in Cancer. A
pullman i engagement of Mildred Rubin.
living room,
kn, all electric. Beautifully daui&ter'oi Mr. and Mrs. Louis
1 Private grounds. GoodlRubj of Brooklvn, and Julius
p0crcav!1?.n' adults only* 505' Ser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ser,
JBLET ON BEACH
like to sublet to strictly
people 2 bedroom. 2
|furn. apt.. Bendix. for
months. Phone 5-7764.
811 Jefferson Avenue.
Mildred is a graduate of the as today's best cancer deleelen
,llege of Trenton. Mr. Ser center demonstrating how effi-
College
graduated from the University ol
Florida.
cient these centers become in de-
tecting early cancer as part of a
M,, Louis Rubir.father* the routine^jg^^SfSS^
thropic circles, and is treasurer
of the National Doll Manufac-
turers Association of New York.
He is co-chairman of the UJA
Division of the Toy and Doll In-
comer, completely hedaed d"slr>': treasurer of the Feder-
mM-Bed,ooPmKffiation.of Jewish Philanthrop.es
ifully turn. Home, 2-Bed- Association, chairman of Opei a-
FOR
2 Baths. Beautifully
caped. Good income prop-
Must be seen to be ap-
sled. For Appointment.
|e 7-0174.
tion-Toys for Israel"; and also an
officer of the Habonim Youth
Center.
of regional cytology centers to
which he may mail his tests for
early cancer diagnosis. By check-
ing the common, accessible sites
of the development of cancer; e.g.
the breast, the uterus, the skin,
the oral cavity, the lungs, the
stomach and the rectum, early
and curable cancers may be
found.
LEAGUE LEADER BUYS AN ISRAEL BOND. Cal Abrams
of the Brooklyn Dodgers, who has the highest batting average in
the National League, connects with another solid hit as he buys
a Stat* of Israel Bond from Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice
Emil N. Barr. Judge Baar is Chairman of the Brooklyn Division
of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds.
ALL KINDS
^ir Pieces. Wigs. Sheitles
Made To Order
ROSE DRUTIN
| 644 Meridian Ave.
Phone 5-1780
JUST BPOS.
'a the ai iTf
Milton Friedman Elected
Daddies Club President
Milton A. Friedman. Miami at-
torney, was elected as vice-presi-
dent 'of the Coral Way School
Daddies Association. Other of-
ficers include Dr. Claude Eccles.
president; Carl Reetz, second
vice-president: Herman OSteen.
third vice-president: DouRlaa
">^v*vn' Bowman, treasurer; Ted Mala-
koff, recording secretary and Sam
Steinberg, corresponding secre-
tary.
Project of the association is
the improvement of the facilities
and conditions at the school.
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Addresses Palm
Beach Bond Rally
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom was the principal
speaker Wednesday night in West
Palm Beach as that city launched
its Israel Bond campaign.
Leaders of West Palm Beach's
Jewish community held a parlor
meeting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Webman. 5101 Ken-
yon Trail.
Rabbi Kronish, a member of
the national speakers' bureau of
the Israel bond campaign, out-
lined the reasons for the drive
and pointed out the steps taken
in the Greater Miami campaign.
He emphasized that all of the
money realized from the flotation
of the nationwide. S500.000.000
Israel Independence Issue will be
used for the industrial and agri-
cultural development o the new
republic.
Principal reason for selling
bonds as soon as possible Rabbi
Kronish said, "is to allow the con-
tinued immigration of more than
200,000 Jews a year."
He also stated that during the
Greater Miami drive, which be-
gan May 7, more than half a
million dollars in bonds were
sold in 11 days, mainly through
the untiring efforts of hundreds
of volunteers.
The number of buildings under
construction in Israel during U50
showed an increase of 107 percent
over 1949. Further large expan-
sion of Israel's housing facilities,
to accommodate the 200,000 im-
migrants expected each year for
the next three years, will be
made possible by the $500,000,000
State of Israel Indepence Bond
Issue.
I SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
|l N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
NOW3 TIMES WEEKLY
Friday & Sunday 12-Noon
Tuesday Evening 6 P.M.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Narrator
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Commentator
Broadloom Carpets
in a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
10C South Miami Ave.
Our 27th, Year Under Sime
Ownership-Management
In Miami
Shaloma Hadassah
Plan Card Party
Mrs. Jack Bernard, president
of the Shaloma group of Hadas-
sah announces that a luncheon
and card party will be held Tues-
day, June 12, at Moys Golden
Dragon restaurant at 22nd street,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Herman Popkin. chair-
man of the luncheon, will award
prizes.
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trities Called
riininatory'
oILVge Grad
YORK, (JTR) College
are undemocratic and
I ] discriminatory and
|be abolished, according to
. in the current issue of
/.ine which accuses th<
i( being anti-Jewish.
Article, by Rosanne Smith
hn. a 1943 graduate of
lestern University, charges
oritiea rertric' admission
, lie 10 percent and says
Is cannot be pledged
Ih.'v are exceptional.
of the first things I
Mrs. R )binson reported,
Aers have before or since,
1:1 no more than 10 per-
Ef the pledges could be
and that Jewish girls
,4 be pledged by Gentile
- unless, of course, th<>y
Kceptionally beautiful, tal-
|0] richand didn't look
there were Jewish girls
year who were willing to
Kicks on their ancient
It- in order to gain, mem-
in a non-Jewish sorority.
efforts to keep the secret
the fold, these girls were
oi }ns referred to around
is the "Jewish Pi Phi
Jewish Tri Delt.'"
iinson reported that
i-it had been accused of
" because she had dat-
jwish boy.
tewislbJEIIioiciidlilgun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1951
SEC. B
Wty Club Party
at-l party at the home of
'. is in, 3722 Royal Palm
is olanned by the Loyalty
unah Chapter of East-
tar for Thursday. June 7,
Proceeds of the SI.50
m >ill go toward the pur-
an incubator to be do-
t i Mount Sinai Hospital.
Steiner is president of the
and Mary Alper, Worthy
br..
Jewish Center Suffers Dynamite Explosion
nowTunH^Ton",3ini .Tif"Eth Xfrael Northside Center is this five thousend square foot temole
now unde. construction in the center of an entire square block at N. W. 6Sth St? and Miami Ave.
and Co! 3rf cLtlSofe^0.0eK COnitaCt0rS W'lliam *** Sons and William Altman
, Parre]idnJ GeoL9l Ji Wei-buUm lla*ed ",his conservative temple, in conjunction with its Sun-
day ard Hebrew Schools will hold Athletic and Social Activities for the Tt.m-Age group. Sister-
hood and Mens Cluo. Since the main interest of the Center is primarily concerned with the Youth
of t..e area, emphasis will be placed on programs to encompass children between the ages of six
through eighteen, plus the adult group which is already functioning."
The kitchen wiil have stainless steel equipment. A television set will provide added entertain-
ment.
Serving on the Building Committee are: William Weirstock, William Altman, Morris Laster,
Samuel Gitlin, Harry Rollnick. Gaorge J. Weissbaum, Harold Robin, Dr. Wm. K. Boros. David
Cohen. Rubin Kutun. Dr. Simon Lipton. (See Storv on Page 1-A)
Public* Housing ]
Soon Aa Hew lit v
In Miami lloach
h public housing may soon
become a reality with the an-
nouncement by Walter C. K
chairman of the M
h Housing Authority, that
an agrei m i.t had been reached
with Mrs. Til'ie Bell, for the
purchase of the Smith Cottage
propi rty fronting on liiscayne
Street. Mrs. Bell is the represen-
tative of the Smith estate, own-
ers of the site. The purchase
price has been set at $97,650.
Kovner stated that the deal may
be closed within thirty days.
July P. Channing, member of
the MBHA's board has been in
Atlanta to secure approval
architectural plans from the re-
gional office of the Federal Hous-
ing Authority for the units which
will replace the 29 cottages (from
25 to 30 years old) presently oc-
cupying the property.
s Music Scholarship;
i.i Price, daughter of Mrs.
|ed Price of 585 N.W. 62 St., <
warded a scholarship to Ap-
nstitute of Music, Appen,
and will leave July 2 to
for the entire summer,
n her return, Miss Price, a
tura soprano, will resume
ftudies as protege of Herta
j New York opera star.
Price lived in Miami for
feevelt Unit Initiates
ell Temple 33. Pythian
ks, held : n initiation on June
I W. 17th Ave. Thirteen
and two transfer.-
ted Excellent Senior
. J. Brooks presided in
| nee of Most Excellent
|l Mrs. A. Bellas.
AEPhi Alumni Plan Card Party, Bazaar
A card party will be held (one da} |i il lives in I
Wednesday evening, Ju ir community. It is the first institu-
the benefit of the children of the j tion of its kind 1 lien
from 1
nee in ad
Mrs. Jem Lehman heads the
committee, assisted by Mrs. .".'. -
dell Glicksberg, Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, Mrs. Louis Alpert and
Mrs. Alexander Rubin. The past
deans of the alumni chapter, Mrs
Leonorard Jacobson, Mrs. Fred
Grossber*;, Mrs Harold Stone,
Mrs. Lehman and the present
dean, Mrs. Louis Krensky, will
arrange games and acts as hos-
tesse. Refrehments will be serv-
ed. For any additional informa-
tion, phone Lillian Gross at
39-1362.
Hi.ven School in Kendall. The
charity bazaar is sponsored by
the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni
Association of Greater Miami.
The affair will be held at the
Miami Beach Athletic Club and
is open tj the public. Admission
is $1.25 with the entire proceeds
to be turned over to the school,
which cares for mentally defi-
cient children. The Haven School
has been in operation since Sep-
tember and has now reached
maximum housing capacity. Pur-
pose of th? institution is to train
these children so that they may
Publication Program
Outlined By Society
NEW YORK. (JTA)A long-
pi gram
'he contribution of ihe
J v. to literature, religion, cul-
ture an i scholarship was out-
lined at the 63rd annual meeting
of the Jewish Publication So-
ciety, held here last week. Out-
standing scholars and authors
came from various parts of the
country to attend the sessions and
to participate in the deliberations.
In his annual report, Judge
Louis E. Levinthal, president of
the Society, reviewed achieve-
ments of the past year. In keep-
ing with its established program,
six books were issued during that
year. Judge Levinthal was re-
el- cted at the meeting to serve
a third ten i as president.
Leo Huberman was instal-
led as p osident of the Beach
"Y" at ceremonies Sunday eve-
ning during the annual meet-
ing and reception of the organ-
ization.
V
i
[Mai EnglandeT was general
Mirman of the Miami Beach
unior Chamber of Commerca
its non-partisan rally which
held Monday night at the
tami Beach Auditorium. AU
council candidates weie in-
ed to be present. Speeches
ere limited to 3 minutes each
id the program consisted of
Rusic by the Miami E*ach Sen
I' High School Band under
ae direction of John B. Cole-
*n. bandmaster. American
aion Pott 85 of Miami Beach,
resented colors, and Elaine El-
chosen Miss Miami Beach
fUY Queen, acted as official
"to* tor the rally. "
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Academy Devotes
Special Assembly
To Shavuos Play
At a special assembly dedicated
to the Hi li Shavuos, the
I .pi'- ol The Hebrew A
will present a playlet entitled
"The Miu h to .'> i usalem," I
Friday, June 8th :,t 12 n i
the Academy Au lit IS Bth
Street, y.
Thi -i which will
cofcsisl narratioi
.n, .; based upon ;'-.
tiotial "Eiku
hit h thi Is ... r was
nd< I bring I
lple in Jerusaien
vu > V I
I also be pi
the joy and happiness
iyt-d durin I march to Jer-
em and
in tile T( ::r.
hildren participating will bi
liam Abel, James Dub
ott Katz, Mai -;
1 Blatt, Melvin !'.
ry Walper, Nathaniel /.
Mfthael Esc itl Sand Kal
L li Yesner, Harvey Meltz
X -11 -. 11 Pazol, ien,
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Shown center, is Melvin S. Harris of that city. District Grand
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30 ozs. Canned Meat (2 tins)
1 lb. Fresh Frozen Butter
V7 lb. Margarine
2 oz. '1 jar) Instant Coffee
I lb. (1 tin)' Evaporated Milk
1 lb. Marmalade
1 lb. Granulated Sugar
1 lb. Processed Cheese
1'lbs. (1 tin) Applesauce
7 oz. (2 bars) Chocolate
6 oz. (1 cannister) Pudding Mix
2' 2 oz. (1 bag) Soupmix
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1 lb. Fresh Frozen Butter
1 lb. Margarine
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1 lb. Granulated Sugar
1 lb. Tablet Sugar
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Mt. Scopus Unit Installs
The Mt. Scopus group of Ha-
dassah held its annual installation
luncheon June 5 at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
Mrs. Morns Skop installed th?
newly elected officers, among
whom were Mesdames H.
Miami Zionist Leaders Ask Followers
To Support Israeli Bond Drive
FHIDAY, juj^
Lost Meeting Untilp? 1
The Coral c!LlrJJ F* '
Throe Zionist leaden in Miami
have gone on record as being
Installment Plan
May Be Set lp
By Opera 4uild
An installment plan purchase
of opera tickets ws proposed
last week by Arturo d: Fillipi.
C Miami Opera Guild Director, who wnoiiv in fnvnr -f surP" ting the
Moser president. N. Weidberg. 'ed that purchasers should S500 000 000 State of Israel bond
S. Strkcls and M. Burnstem. vice. Send him $2 the first of each ,, ,. sh
presidents- J. M. Fishman. troas- month: bv the first of the year drive. Th.s week. HarjH am
urcr J Hugerman. financial sec- the cost of two pairs of opera piro. president of the Miami
retary; H. Segal, corresponding tickets for "Manoo" to be given Beach District: Norman R. Ly- ,n America, out to all defenders | ^."anil'? or mah
secretary, and Mrs. A. M. Stone,'in Januarj and "Fledermaus" in ons. president of Coral Gables Qf lemocracy in this country. V/'S* Qle >' takeTTbcS
recoraing secretary. February will be met. Better District: and Sanford M. Swerd- With this half billion dollars j "lan "^nj-imin, 87-9995 aS5
will be somewhat higher, lin. president Of Miami District, which Israel seeks, the produc- I "T.rry Kess'er.48-8503' tL*
last meeting unt.l fall !? -
t the B,scaye Te *!Sl
take place on the S,>
Swerhn stated that the project- | Tuesday, June 12. at **'
h.re this responsibility, and
with it the pride and glory of
building the State of Israel "
ed State of Israel bond issue "is
of the Miami a challenge not only to every Jew
After a brief bus^
the luncheon will h
follow,
\*l
Special Meeting Called
A SDci
1 en f 1 : :._ 33.
Pythiar Sisters, has been callea
for June 14 at 8 p tn. at thi
of Past Chief Mrs M. K tofl
1707 S. W. 15th St. Mrs J ;
will : md Mrs Li a is
J Brooks will preside
Brownie Troop
Presents Tovs To
Ml. .Sinai Palienl>
Children at Mount Sina:
pita] n tufi loth
animal.- Friday from th(
bers of Brownie Tro N 195.
Biscayne El<
animal.- by tl
......
proj' '
Receiving gift
: the chil In it 1
re Ba r I
Whil '. 0 child: en u I
able to t to 1
sundeck in a
- in thi
H k :
Ruth E :. Jil] (,
Len Marta Ki
Elair... Klein bart, Linda Ann
Morris Gai] Pollak,
Purdy, Adrienne Scl m
L v n d a S inie
Sin n e
Steinl Eli; 1
'.'/
.;.;. 1 v.\ ine

for Barl G
1

Dr. di Fillipi stated that in
spite of thi I Inj involv-
ed he is willing to undertake it
the sake making it p >s-
more Miamians to at-
tend the performances. He calls
'
tive M mbe; I the
1 Guild ol Gre itei Mi
that any me ente
'. will
be refundi 1 lid I 1 the
Guild if it i
Di F thi ti
iverhead inv >!'; n creatii
tentative budg-
et for F
$35,000: the amount needed to
produce to pi I j .'*
S36.000.
he
Police To Discontinue
Religious Description
NEW YORK JTA>- A re-
\nti-Defamation
that co-
ntinue pub-
.- faith Of
crinun ''' in1
with the
irted ration of the
: Ben laniiri
R. Epstein, ADL national d
tor. reported here.
Within ihret ifter the
had circulai ize i
2.500 police chiefs, here and
abroad, more than 500 re]
received. Without .1 single
ex eption, the} | that use
ption Jewish" or
' to identity a fugi-
..'. phj
n it only of
littli police work but
The Li
I official statements.
"American Zionists kK for-
an encouraging future
and to the realization of the
hopes of mankind at peace
Shapiro "We firmlj believe that
Jewry will
In fulfilling
IVi have very confi-
at the people of Israel
will build a dynamic future not
only for then
-piung
ful and secure world.
By making an investment in the
future -if thi St ite of Israel we
"..lping to secure our own
futu:
'.. ins declared that the $500.-
000.000 bond issue constitutes
e than the development
of a new me for
the Jewish State. It marks a de-
cisive departure in the whole
financial policy Of Israel.
"Up to now, American Jew: y
i primarily to con-
tribute funds for philanthropic
purposes to help destitute Jews
to immigrate into Israel and to
maintain them there d'iring the
initial peri al ption. Now
tl Israel b.nd issue calls upon
the American Jewish community
to demonstrate its faith in the
development of Israel
By i'-nding money as a sound and
safi investment. In floating a
bond issue in this counttry the
State of Israel has invited us to
... a full partner in the re-
construction of the Jewish home-
land. I am confident that the
Jews o- America are readv to
will be strengthened, and its
friends.
>ar.dt%|
people will be better enabled to |
safeguard the freedoms they
fought so desperately to attain.
We must never forget that these
freedoms create an output of
strength both for the citizens of
Israel and for Americans, too.
for only a strong Israel can con-
tinue to function as a sister de-
mocracy in that part of the
world."
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Roberta Waller. Elaine Kljlnbwt Peggy Baum. Stephanie Shames.
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PAGE 5 B
ate Over Sectarian Schools
cerns Various Religious Groups
Iven years ago, a bell rang
Champaign, Illinois, school
H, :n the school children in
foual way about a change in
ES,
t Ihc echoes of that bell were
to be heard throughout the
eventually sounding loud
'clear in the United States
feme Court. The bell had
I: I the children to a new
inscribing such anti-religious
matter on the publii
the brief stated.
"The importance of the
to J< ws not only in tei
freedom of worship but also in
terms of its deft nse ol can- dem i-
cratic system overrides al]
considerations and oui int<
sion regardless ol the risk .
What wore tin dangers thai
.ching in that school.led the Jews!) group to take such
Irian religious instruction
in so doing, touched off an-
ji great debate in the his-
', battle over the separation
fhurch and state in America.
i(. bell also was the signal
(the start of an intense debate
Ins American Jews. That de-
i vstallized in a decision to
pe American Jewry formally
opposition to such sectarian
thing in the public schools.
he occasion for such a public
fish stand was not entirely a
Ipy one. When Mrs. Vashti
ilium opened her now-fa-
us fight against the program
jit affected her son in the
iimpaign school, the case was
B Strong stand of opposition
against the protestant ma
which favored the program and
has pushed it throughout the
country? The basic argument
was that such teaching was a
breach of the fundamental Amer-
ican principle of separation of
church and state. Specifically,
the use of public school facilities
for the Champaign release time
program made the state a part-
ner in religious instruction.
In practical terms. American
Jews, as a minority group, were
certain to run into trouble from
such programs, the two Jewish
organizations contended. Both
children and parents were open
ut enough to lead the Jew-I to pressure to take part in such
programs, the children out of a
fear of being branded as "differ-
ent,' and their parents out of
similar fears of offending school
officials and Christian neighbors.
There were other abuses, the
Jewish groups argued. Children
of minority groups' could not al-
ways be assured of exemption
lr c
leaders to decide to join in.
Mrs. McCollum was an
|wed atheist and made that
embarrassingly plain as
rilt the case through the low- i
Courtswhere she lostto the
preme Courtwhere she won.
fh Jewish stand was made
loudi the National Community
lations Avisory Council, which from instruction which was not -
On May 22nd installation ceremoniis of the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation were held. Among those present weij Melt to right, seated) Mrs. Isidore Fogel. 1st
vice president: Mrs. Joseph Schwadron. president. Mrs. Murray Kirschenbaum, 2nd vice president.
Standing. Mrs. Simon April, cultural chairman; Mrs. Ben Golden,, recording secretary; Rabbi Simon
April, spiritual head of the Congregation; Mr. Lee Sh>int.-. master of ceremonies for the installation;
Mrs. Edward L. Becker, overall chairman of the evening.
Not present at the time the pictuia was taken are Mrs. Max Newberger. corresponding secre-
tary and Mrs. Jack Stone, treasurer.
m -mts all Jewish community
itions groups, and the Syna-
ke Council of America, in
of their religion. The brief men-
tioned one case in which both
Catholic and Jewish children
|ich Orthodox, Conservative, were getting religious instruc-
Reform rabbinical and con- | tion unaci. Protestant sponsor-
eational national groups are snjp
Eresented. I still anotn0r wag tne (f|(V1
The two organizations filed a on Jewish children of Christian
It ion in the Supreme Court I teaching of Jewish participation
fciing as 'a friend of the court.' m tne crucifixion. The Jewish
brief emphasized that the
|d'ish groups were not happy
Mrs. McCollum's views on
groups said that it was not the
business of the state to try to
remove such teaching from in-
but that the principle | struction in church schools, it
lved was more important.
f'Wo wish not only to dissoci-
ourselves completely from
anti-religious views of the
bi ..:iit (Mrs. McCollum) but
ph also to deplore the fact that
sponsors of the original peti-
was certainly not desirable, from
the standpoint of relations: ips
among school children, to permit
it in the public schools.
The Supreme Court, in throw-
ing out the Champaign program
did not end such teaching in the
pi chose this case as a means of American public school system,
The ruling did not directly af-
fect the second type Of release
time in which children are ex-
cused from scho >1 an hour each
Flagler-Granada Camp
Project For Summer
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will concen-
trate it's efforts this summer on
the eight weeks day camp, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Nathan
Trauman.
Full day sessions for children
from 5i2 to 12 years will be held.
They will be supervised by staff
workers and trained counsellors
w 11 h transportation furnished
morning and evening. Activities
will include daily swimming at
Matheson Hammock, in addition
to music, arts and crafts, dra-
matics, dancing and out
sports.
N. Trauman at 83-7663.
To registei children, call Mrs.
fomen Leaders Vow
IN Support To Austin
Memorial Day broadcast week for religious instruct
around the world. Mrs. away from the school buildint
U. Engel, president of the 1 The main effect of the McCol-
f rial Council of Jewish Worn- him decision has been a change
1 affirmed the faith of her 1 of programs from those within
Iganization that the United Na- the schools 'ward the second
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' declaration, as well as indi-
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Id Ambassador Warren's an-
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The following organizations
lined in issuing the statement:
Inerican Nurses' Association.
American Association of Univer-
|iv Women, General Federation
Women's Clubs, League of
men Voters of the United
Kates, National Council of Cath-
llic- Women, National Council of
Jewish Women, National Council
p Negro Women, Young Worn-
Christian Association of the
Jnited States.
type. Sever..I cases have been
filed in lower courts of New York
in efforts to halt the second var-
iety, but all such cases so far
have been rejected by the lower
courts and none has yet reached
tthe Supreme Court.
(Next week another in a series
on The Separation of Church and
State.) _
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FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1951
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1951
PAGE 7B
Greta Andron, Beach Girl, Achieves
Great Honors With Phi Beta Kappa Key
Greta Andron. daughter of Dr. of
and Mrs. David S. Andron of Mi-
of the University of
ami Beach, was honored this
week when she received the high-
est distinction from the Univer-
sity of Florida. Miss Andron was
presented with the Phi Beta Kap-
pa Achievement Award as well
Fame
Florida.
Upon graduation on June 11,
Miss Andron will leave for Loon
Lake Hotel, Loon Lake, N. Y.,
where she will be in charge of
young folks' activities and social
program.
After the summer season she
will make an extended trip to
Europe and Israel.
Greta Andron
as the Allan Award for outstand-
ing scholarship, service and lead-
ership. In making the awards.
President Miller of the Univer-
sity stated. "No man has ever
contributed more to Florida Uni-
versity and no woman could have
done as much."
Greta, who will graduate on
June II with highest honors at-
tainable at the University, has
established a record not only in
her studies, but in all extra cur-
ricula activities as well. She is
president of Trianon, the wom-
en's service and leadership hon-
orary organization; president of
Florida Players; vice president of
National Collegiate Players; char-
ter member of Radio Guild; fea-
ture columnist and exchange edi-
tor of The Alligator, the univer-
sity newspaper: Gator Growl ex-
ecutive in charge of Homecom-
ing; and Student Leader. She
holds seven honorary keys and
achieved membership in the Hall
Capt. Schindler
To Depict Life In
City Of Tel Aviv
Life in the city of Tel Aviv in
1951, will be described for the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith mem-
bership at their regular meeting
or. Tuesday, June 12th, 8:15 p. m..
at the Miamian Restaurant.
Captain Irvin Schindler of the
Israeli National Airlines and Mrs.
Schindler, will tell of their tx-
perience in present dav Israel,
describing the many problems
which confronted the pair and
their two children as residents
in the new state.
Captain Schindler and his wife
both hold air pilot's certificates.
He was stationed in Paris and
Rome during his affiliation with
the Israel National Airlines. The
Captain contributed heroic serv-
ices to the State of Israel before
its emergence as a democratic
state.
Sholem Lodge will also pre-
sent Rev. Maurice Mamches in
popular vocal selections. Otht r
iihimu.iI entertainment is plan-
ned.
Chairman for the evening's
program will be Frank Jaffe. All
B'nai B'rith members, their fam-
ilies and friends are invited to
attend.
A brief business session will
precede the program and refresh-
ments will be served. Jerome H.
Weinkle will preide at the meet-
ing.
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Smiling over success to date of Greater Miami Israel bond
campaign are, left to right, Milton S. Malakoff, community man-
ager; Robert Nathan, economist and author: Joseph Cherner,
whose purchase of S360.000 in Israel bonds is iimo-iq highest in
nation; and Seymour B. Liebman. chairman oi bor.d drive's Coun-
cil of Organizations.___________________________
Sv*ral Women
Sought By Kin
The Jewish FlDridiin has been
requested by the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women for assist-
ance in locating the following:
Dina Winthrop, whoe cousin,
Mrs. Rebecca Peltz, recently re-
settled i.-i Milwaukee, Wis, and
is anxious to get in touch with
her. Mrs. Winthrop is believed
to be living somewhere on Miami
Beach. Mrs Peltz was the for-
mer Rebecca Scharf, daughter of
Abraham Wigdor, Lipier, Poland.
Anyone knowing of Mrs. Win-
throp's whereabouts should con-
tact Mrs. Florence Finkelstein
at the Council office Langford
Building, or phone 3-6554.
Tin' Council also wishes to lo-
cate three sisters, Dollie, Millie
.md Rosie Brodsky. They were
'lorn in Lipno. Poland, and their
mother's name was Helen. They
arc being sought by their niece.
Miss Helen Brodsky, room 206,
90 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
Local Leaders Elected
To National Seminary
Messrs. Samuel Friedland and
Charles Fruchtman of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center have been
elected to the executive commit-
tee and Messrs. Jack Ablin, Ma-
cey Kronsberg and Joseph Rose
have been elected to serve on the
national planning and campaign
committee of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America at the
fifth annual conference of the
group held recently in New York
City, it has been announced by
Daniel G. Ross, chairman.
More than 200 delegates from
conservative congregations in all
parts of the United States and
Canada who attended the confer-
! ence approved a new mainte-
nance budget for 1951-52 calling
I for communities to raise $2,130,-
CONGRESS OF JESWISH WOMEN of Miami Beach elected 000 in the year ahead, to meet
and installed new executives at a recent luncheon meeting in the
Pagoda Room of the Saxony hotel. From left, are: Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser, honorary president; Mrs. Irving Lehrman. president: Mrs
Sylvia Chertkof and Mrs. Clarence Cohn, vice presidents.
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Seminary, the United Synagogue
of America and the Rabbinical
Assembly of America
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9-Je^ntncrkHan
Religious Directory...
confirma-
June 10th,
e in-
| Bvron Colo. Irwin E. Cotzin.
.)..:,,; Greene, Michael Cutman,
Frank Heyman, Harvey Kasow,
Beverly Katima, Rochelle Kope-
vice-p:esidcnt: Henry E Wolff. |()Wlt/' Barbara L Sheila
vice-president; Many Boyell, jflakstein, Thomas Markowite,
N A. v Judy Rosenthal,
financial secrei '' am D. Howard Segal, Roselh Segal,
Singer, tr< su \v: Y ska Si ttt.
B ,, .( Members N M R, Sandi a Shier,
Gil]' El J G I, A A |
Max H I-" H Cantata to be presented
M. Kanner, M K The par-
C. I. n in B. H ants will hold
V mi A. Ui ... m the s
A : il] W< rthi in* .. I.-' >nard ,iiW;. .
A Wien. .... fl)|. th( H,
" ,h:.' I brc.v School Thurs I 13 J me ~
t "If I v. i a 3 p ,i; w}th
Shovuos S including I ,.. nd Hon Stu-
mation ritual, will ix >eld dt.nS The graduates an Melvyn
mday morning at 10 o clock, Mli,:,,.k. Sheldon Haffner, Mar-
Sixteen young men and women l]vn KlltnK.k. Sanford Set:
will be confirmed, including: d Richard Sernaker.
Br'^n,llVK-kV:'v"K,Ea < C Beth David is inaugurating for
BaXa A^kXhTDorb Joan '- "t time a moniing summer
Suzanne Joyce Gold-: camp from 9 to 12, to begin on
; a Harris. Mar- Monday. July 8. Parenti are
Ann Jackson. Janet Eileen "ff^d to register the children in
Alan Thomas Oik,.- Joan ?rd .sure proper groupings
Lois OrUn, Carol Ann Pepper, '" rew, ai ts and i nit* music
, Hum Marlene ?nd athletics The faculty will
ynger, Roberta Maj Sprintz, ;^";';. Cantor Mamches, Mi
. Foil. ., n'Ml c' ewry Rosen-
Mr. Jerome B. Gordon,
nds will be th I I I Kl P" : Rabbl Max
Congregation at a r Snapi
Israelite Center (Conservative)
Miami Hebrew School and holds daily services at 8 a. m.
Cong. (Orthodox) Fi m. with Friday night
ning services 6:45; Satui I andI>Sit1u.rdAa? serv"
30. The Rabbi Will 'C al 9.a- "- Rabb' Aora: .,:
speak on the Porti : the Sachi will speak on the weekly
. Mincha at 6:4 I Eft10" ^A,!"^ SS"1^
by Maariv. Sunday morning *"** at 8*"
Shavuoth services at 8:30. Th! ^udos Shu-
r i i i< i ..i-i f. \uoin Suno.iv 9 a.m.
T h"Pt^mH v \ :" Mnd B.m.WithYiS-
, i ,- ,' 10*5 a.m. Rabbi Sachs will
services at 6:45; Monday morning The Beautiful Flower
at 8:30. Yukor at.10:15 a. m.,
with Mmcha at 6:45 p. m.. fol- ,, _
by Maariv Heb .. 1 T Hebrew Academy. Friday
daily 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Daily evening services at 6:4o. Satur-
7:30 a. m. and 6:4.". p. m. da>' morning services at 9. At
,, f, i/-.. 4:30 p. m. a story hour for chil-
il Gables Jewish Center d th community.
'ices Friday at 8:15 Mincha j t 6:45 m
>. m. Sabbath Service^ Mem- | sh h CPS. Saturday%ve_
bers of the Confirmation (lass _,__ -..-. *j_., ..>,
ol 951 who will be confirmed "'"" V Sund"> ;',nd- "n-
, ~ dav morning services at i; Eve-
'.'; nUST",' 1 f^ "' se^icel Sundav and Mon-
June 10th will be introduced to ., .,- -.,-
the congregation and will par- (ay ,n^n n P "s ^
ticipate in a "Musical Recita- 'i;^ ;,t 10:30: ,D7a,1>" ?frv^S, "*
live" wn.ten by Rabbi Morris t J;""{",;md J \ m:.R l'c,ta:
A. Skop Musical selection will "^ -f the traditional Akdomas
... .(,,, i _u will be done bv Sidnev Shapiro,
bp presented bj Cantor Joseph _, ",, f ., v. ,
w mi .,i c, .u pupil of The Hebrew Academy.
\\. Ai.il.K .iihI Stephen K> .-.- e ;, ', .. .-,,
service will be fol- 'f^" ^exan.der S' fe" ,Wi11
y the Oneg Shabbat and de^vei the 8ermon "n botn daya
n of arts and Crafts bv Doujnfoion Synagogue (Orth-I
of the Conl -ion odox) Friday, Satu lay and
Cla Shavuos Pen:, i t Serv- Sunday evening services at 6:45.
S mday, June loth at 10 Morning services i n Saturd
a. m. with Torah Readings and Sunday and Monday at 8 30
Kiddush. Yizkor (Memorial) Yizkor servici on Monday at 10
will be held Monday m- D:,l|.v services, 8 a. m.-
at 10 a. in. Eleven boy.-, and girls P- m-
will receive diplomas and Bibles Conoreoational Beth El (Orth-
Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, Re- dox) Services Friday, .' p. m.
ligious School principal and Her- Saturday, 8:30 a. m.Rabbi Mur-
bert Gelernter, outgoing l'n-i- ray Grauer will preach on; "The
dent of the Center Saturday at Portion of the Week." Junior
9:30 a. m. Howard Schwartz, son Congregation, 10 a. m S.
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz for the eve of the festival She-
will lie Bar Mitzvah. A Kiddush vuoth, 0:45 p. m. Shevuoth Serv-
will follow the services. ices Sunday. 8:30 a. m R,
Coiigrpyatioii Beth Jacob I Murray Grauer will preach on:'
(Orthodox) The Festival of She- ; 'What Shall Prevail, Torah Juda-
vuoth Pentecost will ism or Secular Judaism'.'" Junior
be observed Sunday and Monday. Congregation, 10 a. m Services
June 10th and 11th. It will be Monday. 8:30 a. m. Junior Con-
preceded by services Friday gregation, 10 a. m. Yiskor Me-
evening at 6:30 and Saturday morial Service 1030 a tn
morning at 8:30. The holiday Rabbi Murrav Grauer will preach !
services will be held Saturday on: "The Spirit of Sinai Is It
and Sunday evenings at 8:45. Still Alive?" Daily Services 8 30 i
Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant a. m. Reading' class daily ,
the liturgy. Morning services Mishna. 5:30 p. m. Mincha daily!
will be held 8:30 Sundav and : 6:45 p. m.
Monday. Rabbi Mescheloffs tlaaer-Gmnarin in,, i n
mj. .-. .-..,.v.f H,v,.,y,.,,,:::;.:; tiss"rs,;"i" % J,;,n-,
school will begin Tuesday morn- Place Dailv 1.
m8 ^ will be held Mondays \i iv t \v T\ ",
through Fridays from 9 to 12 Tm SaSrdav JTo*', '
noon. Registration will take Sundav at 8 aJ ,, nv
al the office from June 13th v ,
to 18th. Young Israel S of
Beth Dawid (Conservative) Fri- I each invites all members
.....*W at 9 a. m. Bar Mitzvah day evening services 8:45; Sab- n"": ',' ,,:",s "f "" country
oi Lester Pazel. Rabb. will bath services, 9 a m David nf,w l"8,tln in Miami Beach to
speak on the "Eternal Symbol." son of Mr. and Mrs.' Mu'i, v h,\Tl 'V 'Ii:'v '':11 be
Monday morning services will Kossman, and Robert son of Mr ii,y evening a) 6:30, Sat,
uraay at 9 a. m. and 6:30 n m
1UHE.
Zamoru Jewish Center will hold
. Saturday
ning at 8. Sunday morning 9:30,
S mday night at 8. Conclud-
ing s< r\ ice Monday a( 9 30 ... m.,
I Memoi: 11
nt of the i
tanl an-
:. I ng youth ac-
tivil
I
' will ha\
: -. con-
n Fri aj night, Jui
.t 8:15. Augmertin.il services will
Tempi. Israel qu tetl
i special ii stival mus
.amis ar< Rid ard HK ckn r,
G< raid Cohen and David Platz
Sabbath si i ici for th, sun
will begin Friday evening,
15. at
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
will hold Fi idaj i ning sei v
at 8:15. The Rabin will speak on
"The i fi neral i. n I thi Wil lei -
5." This will be Alumni Sab-
the Beth Shol
Alumni will be reconsecrated-.
The confirmation class of 5711
be v. into the
imni. Shuvuoth
vice Sunday,
" 9 45 a. m. Yizcor
u led.
T> lah Co ..;. (Orth
Mincha Friday al 6:45 p. m.; On
S m day moi nil I 8 30, the
Rj bbi will speak on the Porti >n
e Week. Mmcha at I
I y the Ralil sei mon at
. Ethics !'.-
Mi ... 7:15 p. m. Shuvu I
-: ..".day mo: ning at 8:30.
ibbi will conduct thi
.n "Receiving or
K | ing the Torah v. if"
I vices at 6:30 with
Maai iv at 7:15 M rn-
Wlll
I '. !!'.. and speak.
A1 10 he will livi
V Devol 5|
ily." al 10:30,
ha at 6 p. m. and M
. 7
\ i -; / < (' g n g
; 6 30 p.m.
/ices al
8:30 a. m. coi by Can-
A rahan Seil At 4:30 p. tn.
.:. Talmud will be con-
M : fi 30
,' nd
I

30 a. m.
tlO
iv to 1
<
. itive' i
h. Service I
led
itgoing off ii
il the
.".! n
Saturd
ill preat
Portion of the
Bar Mitzvah of I....
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lip-
sky.
- i vuoth Sunday and Mon-
June 10th and 11th. j
Confirmation Service and Ex-
cises Sunday Morning 9 a. m.
Memorial Service Yizkor. Mon-
day 10:30 a. m.
Cantor Jacob Y. Gold ring will
chant the Service assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
t Mr. Ben Yomen
Jewish Community Center oj
Hullywood (Conservative) Early
Friday night services at 6:30.
Friday nighl service 8-30.
Fi Bas Mitzvah ceremony in
Hollywood. Donna Baum. daugh-
: Mr, and Mi J .-eph Baum.
Sabbath morning services at 9:30.
Mitzvah Alfred Frankel. A
moi ning sei vice at 9 a. m.
Worth Shore Jewish Center.
Late Friday Evening Services at
8 30 Rabbi Fried will lead in
rvici H mon topic
will be "The True Purp.. :
er." An Oneg Shabbat will
follow. Saturday morning
Ices 9:15. First di j Shavuos
Sunday, June 10. Services will

held
7 30
and
begin at 9. Yizkor, Memorial
services 10:30. Rabbi will speak
on the "Spirit Indistructable."
Serv:...- open to the public.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
form) The installation of officers
and board members will take
place during the Sabbath serv-
ice at the Temple. Friday eve-
ning at 8:15. The officers and
board members to be installed
Dr. Narot, include: Max
Meisel, president; B. W. Slote
vice-president; Joseph R. Stein,
>ert, son ol Ml
:and Mrs. Leonard Spiegel will
become Bar Mitzvah, student
services at 10.30 a. m.; Rabbi
.Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate .
Shevuos service., will bo held
Sunday and Monday at 9 a m
Memorial services will take place
Monday morning at 10.30. The
theme to be discussed will be
"We Dare Not Fail Our Beloved "
Confirmation ex. rcisi s
evening at 8:15 with the
consisting of, Fred
at 8
and 6:30 ;
a- in. and 6:30
B.
class
August.
and daily
p. m.
Hieleah-Miami Springs Jewish
unity Center: Late Fi
:. B:30 p. m
' I the
will .,1
Tifercth Israel North
ter will hold l
We "i
reitelbaum.
. held at 9
With Sunday school at 10.
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8,4*51
i\ Conference
(nd Staffer
il Workshop
)RK (AJP) In a
kh some sources here
[possibly indicative of
oach to goodwill work,
Duth National Confer-
Iribtian and Jews, Inc.,
[engaged in a project
fassigning one of their
lembers to help lead
[workshop in Israel.
lanization is raising
ssign David E. Traub,
ctor of the New York
[Israel for a six-week
forkshop in Israel for
an college students, the
fjewish Press learned.
**Mntr*MM-\
Max Orovitz, President of Sinai
Tells Of Sinai Hospital's Progress
Three new momh PAGE 9 B
Three new members were
elected to the Mount Sinai Hos-
pital board of trustees at the in-
stitution's annual membership
meeting recently.
They are Joseph M. Rose, Sam
Katz and A. C. Fine. Rose and
Katz were elected to three-year
terms. Fine will complete the un-

iDarid Traub
is sponsored by New
lenity.
\o assign Trauo, a for-
Dr of the Bronx Com-
the National Confer-
kristians and Jews and
pirector of Community
the entire New York
juked a new highpoint
ferfaith group's recogni-
lacl. The important na-
unization has seldom
official stand on the
fcte.
Ip to Israel as "an ex-
I"' land," Christian
regional head of the
f. support for the
end Traub to Israel s(.
lould be able to return
|c liege students well-
J> wish-Christian rela-
If Ih'ha Tau
Ithly meeting of alum-
Delta Tau Sorority
scheduled for Thurs-
7th, at l p.m. at the
^: I ry Zuckerman,
Avenue, with Mrs.
Singlel m, membership
the Women's Pan-
I ition of Miami, as
I
| of Table Silver"
and originlias been
the subject of a talk
nuel Goldstrioh.
ted officers of the
I are: Mrs. Julian
| ident; Mrs. Philip
, vne president; Mrs.
alman, recording see-
's: Irven Levinson, cor-
|g secretary, and Mrs.
k-liberg, treasurer.
ygw- Carl Weink'e and Leon-
ard Wien.
As president of the board of
trustees, Orovitz in a recent ad-
dress mentioned several of the
achievements of Mount Sinai
Hospital since its opening on De-
cember 5, 1949.
"When we think of our 10,708
admissions for a total of 74 7Q1
expired term of Leo Gerngross, Patient days in less than a year
who resigned recently when he and a naif, we know we have
moved to New York. ma*j 8real; strides," he said.
Rose, who has been a leader Liu Want l, imPress "Pon the
in the community for ?he oast U mm^hl?-that Ur hospital was
years, was formerly presiden of fSf* ,n the community
the Miami Beach Jewish Com i k re^lvc.^ '" approval of
munily Center and fcnow 5E geons^le^tha?1^ f ?T
of ,he Miami Beach Hotel W S' f m,edlcal and. surgical
SJBSSmBSSS
tt^r-i-s-air"'
in m, i ma'ntains a home May 23, 24 and 25 and is expect-
^.JerSey. a"1 ha, assumedling to receive its first group of
an active par not only in the approved internes on July 1.
New Jersey United Jewish Ap- -Our hospital is rapidly becom-
frniL i a *, Naonal ing a techin institution and
United Jewish Appeal He is always, where there is teaching
piesident of the Gibraltar Cor- there is good patient care. We are
rugated Paper Co. of North Ber- now looking forward to the ap-
gen, J. proval of our Resident Training
Fine is also a winter resident Program, our Nurses Training
of Miami Beach and has been Program, an Animal Laboratory
participating in an increasing for experimental surgery and re-
number of community activities, search and to a physical medicine
In his home at Providence. Rhode rehabilitation department that
Island, he is president of the Pro- will contain the finest equipment
vidence Jewish Welfare Fund and and will be staffed by personnel
of his synagogue. He is a na- trained in the largest rehabilita-
tional leader of the United Jew- tfon center in 'the country. We
ish Appeal. He is a retired tex-are also looking forward to our
tile manufacturer. Reelected for new addition for acute cases so
three year terms, were Leonard that the present building may be
Abess, Sam Friedland, Marcie Li- converted to chronic and con-
berman. Baron de Hirsh Meyer, valescent beds to meet the needs
Max Orovitz. Jacob Sher and of our increased aged popula-
Mitchell Wolfson. tion". he stated.
Other members of the board Statistics supplied by Samuel
include Jack A. Ablin. Sam Gertner. executive director, re-
Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Abraham -
Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman.
Benjamin Kane. J. Gerald Lewis.
Stanley C. Myers. Dan B. Rus-
kin. Herbert E. Seller. Monte
Selig, William D. Singer, Harry
Sirkin, Joseph. R. Stun, Arthur
vealed that Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal at one time reached a peak of
249 patients in the hospital daily.
"Now we are running in the
neighborhood of 150", he said.
The hospital is now regularly
employing 428 personsa ratio of
almost three employees to each
patient, Gertner said. "In our 17
months of operation, we have
performed 61,505 laboratory tests,
taken 22,300 x-rays and given 2,-
967 blood transfusions. Some 1,-
215 major operations and 2,043
minor operations have been per-
formed", he said.
The emergency department of
the hospital is open 24 hours of
the day. and to date has treated
7.659 persons. A total of 775
babies have been born at the
hospital, he added.
"Our kitchens have served 222,-
006 meals to patients since they
were opened, and employees 180,-
353 meals", he said.
He added that at present there
are 147 physicians on the active
staff of the hospital, 198 on the
courtesy staff, 17 on the consult-
ing staff and 17 on the dental
staff.
The out-patient department,
which was opened on July 10,
1950, has already treated over
1000 patients. With the advent of
the new building, Mount Sinai
Hospital ih soping to increase its
out-patient facilities in order to
provide care for those members
of the community who are in
need of medical attention but
who can not afford the fee of a
private physician, he concluded.
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*Je*4s fhrkUar
_FRIDAY,
Letters To The Editor
More On J.Vf
inhabitant-
Mo :
larse^t employers of common la-'closest approach to communism
I and the proceeds i ancj Naziism in our land
......"~: **the rhihstines
,.,.. with the jawbone of an
;: Every time Hendrix opens his
mt
******* p,
In a way I am pl< it you
have chosen to publicly air your
Views en the need of the future
existence of the Jewish National
Fund. I differ with my colleagues
in their indignation over your
article entitled "Has the JNF Be-
come a Sacred Cow "
The Jewish National Fund has
become so much a part of Jewish
life that Jews everywhere take
jt for granted and are doing too
little to enhance its work and ac-
complishments. Your article has
stirred adherents of the JNF 11
take an affirmative stand and
fight for it. It catapulted them
out of a pleasant dream into the
realities of the JNF activities and
its importance to the develop-
ment of the State of Israel. It is
my belief that when one becomes
provoked enough to fight for a
cause it is reasonable to assume
that he or she will at least warm
up sufficiently to work for it.
I am also aware that you had
nuitured a doubt for some time!
tin the need dfor the continuation
of the JNF activities. It is, there-
fore, not surprising to see that
you had relieved vnurself of a
mental pressure on a we!! mean-
ing but misconceived idea that
the Jewish National Fund. Allow
. by the continued existence of
Jewish community is the ios-
me to point out to you just a few
of the salient reas ins : u the
urgent need to continue the JNF
activities:
1. The land abandoned by the
Arabs does not belong to the
SI ite of Israel as you imagine. It
'- still owned by the A; ibs who
owned the land before they fled
i om Israel
2. In older to redeem the land
from Arab ownership for the use
aid occupancy of the Jewish peo-
ple the land musl be
from the Arab ow
ind title transferred from the
Arabs t.i Jewish ownership and
that takes place the hind ro-
ll ains Arab land although
mti ] ol the State il Israel
3 Were we optimistic enough
' ; Stat : Israel
' i the m mey t > pay f ir the
i which is not the c ise) it
would still not be advisable for
the state ,,f Israel to do >, and
if we had no JNF we w >uld have
ate one at this time. Rea-
There are about 250.000
Arabs in brael now and it is e>
ted that in the final peace set-
tlemi nt with the Arab States the
stale of Israel will most likely
to absorb between 50 and
100 thousand additional A ,\>
refugees. Once an Arab is le-
gally w.thin the boundari
Israel h,. a full-fledged citizen
equally with the Israelies and is
entitled to the pnvi... ,. .,
cial benefits that the rest of Is-
i leli citizens re eiv< Th
portion of Israeli city dwellei

hat t
Tlie Jew ish N iti nal Fui
longs ta the Ji w is! pe pie
world and in p i
: entity iwnin
operating the land in Isra
the use and benefil f the Jews
I of the world Jncl 'S not '''
to allot the land it owns to citi-
zens >if Israel generally.
4. The servi res n w being ren-
dered by the Jewish National
Fund are greater in scope and
more urgent in need than ever
before The proof of its impor-
tance is that from a penny-ante
character it had when it first
emerged on the Jewish scene it
now has become an institution of
such great imp irtance and serv-
ices that the UJA allots to it
about $15,000,000 for its activities
in Israel annually.
5. Why would you be so sensi-
fore, tha*. you are
open minded and big enough 11
reverse y air. !' if C >nvin
I entreat \ u t i give this mat-
ter iur close and i onscientious
msideration Your reply to this
m i "half >f a Holy Institu-
tion that should at no time need
defending will serve the cause foi
which you have so valiantly
fought for the past half a cen-
tury, namely the Zionist cause.
Believe me to be earnestly your
fellow Zionist. I remain
Frnternallv vours,
LEON J. EII, President,
Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami.
started by Jesus Christ. THE
JEW. and the Twelve Apostles
ALL JEWS.
Unfortunately Christ's teach-
ings did not reach the hearts of
all the the heathens that were
converted to Christianity. Other-
wise there could be no such
twisted mentalities like Hendrix'
T"i GreahrTJ
well ... proud .
of
the
of this i
south.
WWfJ
Miamians -hould
help in expanding ft.
that the many yaiB|
who want tocontiittj'
ades can do so next ,*
mui^Tj iii.-ii ..mi .<-> imp nenarix iom.i. --...,
and the ruffians that head the Ku ',' ,'.*?*},***
tive about Tag Day solicitations?
The Blue Boxes are certainly no
leserving than such institu-
tions as the International Red
| Cross Or our own Red Cross col-
lections or the M?rch of Dimes
or the Veterans which have for
then- aims to help human beings
everywhere. What seems to y tu,
Hany. small change realized in
such collections is in the aggre-
gate not onlj impressive but very
helpful in the redemption of the
Holy Land F >r your informa-
tion the JNF has realized in the
past few vea; s close to three mil-
lion dollars annually out of the
so-called .-mail traditional col-'
lection- Those -urns would not '
have been at the disposal and i
i the benefit of the new
rant in Israel otherwise,
remember that the tradi-
tional JNF collections such as ,
sale 'f trees, golden b i >k cerfifi-
purchased pates, dunams and blue boxes
nd paid in addition t other drives such
as the UJA, etc., and not instead
'* The giver of a quarter, a d il-
lar or ten d illars doe- net d
the small c intribution from any
sum, he conti ibutes t i the \ u -
. ius K- Ii iti I Drives,
, il afford- n opp irtunity to
m to participate in the
i rebuilding >f the
Holy Land.
6. F .; iti ,ns -
of viewthe Jewish National
Fund i plishing more tlian
i ther Jewish instituti >n or
ganizati :-. It and it aloni is
performing a mil u le of unifying
the Jewish pe.pl". The JNj
transom -(. al! religious and |i -
lincal ''! it ons in Jewish coi -
munal li/e. The JNF rec liv th
I and cooperation ol ill
who identify themselves with
Jewry. In the JNF you will find
the will of the Jewish pe ipie an ;
' no th >n that *
ifficient |u ition for its
intinue I .-.
7. The JNF today i, one if the
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Editors.
Miami Herald. Miami Daily News,
Jewish Floridian. Associated
Press. United Press.
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sirs:
As you devoted front page
space to dignify the meeting and
speech of Bill Hendrix and the
Ku Klux Klan, I request you
1 to publish this letter with the
same prominence, in refutation
if the libel spread by Hendrix
and his group.
First, you are aware of my own
fight against communism and
political corruption. You have
read my letters, which members
of the United States Senate and
House of Representatives and
prominent individuals have read
and acknowledged.
Aside from 1he evil communist
organization there is one other
cruel group that in its degrada-
tion of subversive thinking, may-
be regarded as an equally loath-
some purulence in America. That
is the Ku Klux Klan. This bi-
goted group that terrorizes a com-
munity by threat of violence, that
advocates elimination of the ord-
erly pr icesses of law, is the
'CEJWIN CAMPSS
Nrt Jwvlt. N. Y. |,|. |9|
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NON.COMMf ICIAl CAMU
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CERTIHED MOHEL
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Tune in
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Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
Klux Klan.
Many "good" Germans were
persuaded to Naziism by Hitler's
eloquence. What surprises me is
that anyone hearing Hendrix and
his vicious expressions, could be
inspired to anything but fear and
disgust.
Pleae publish my name and ad-
dress. I want Mr. Hendrix to
know that I have two small sons,
if God allows them to survive
presence menaces in this com-
munity, will be taught to fight
subversive groups like the Com-
munists. Nazis, the murderous
Mafia that corrupts our public
officials and the Kriminal Ku
Klux Klan.
Yours trulv,
ARTHUR SCHWARTZ.
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JNE 8, 1951
+Je*isti fhrklian
;al notice
JNDER FICTITIOUS
..ME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN thai
, d. desiring to encase
ider the flctrtlous ume
IViV CONSTRUCTION
(,\. Inc.) .-it 2204 B.W.
ami, Fla. Intend t" reg-
, with the Clerk of the
,,l" I lade I '"iinty, F'lor-
i.rt MILLER
.-II VPOFF
JNDER FICTI riOUS
JAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN thai
. ,i, desirlm t'i enguc<
' I 11 -as on.....
i;i'M'i;V at ::;t^ n. \v.
Miami. Florida, Intends
Id name with the i llerk
id Court of Dade. Coun-
ALEX CHBRN1N.
JIISIIMAN.
Bi ndix Laundry.
VTE OF CORPORATE
USSOLUTION
And By The Authority
State Of Florida
\\ HUM THESE PRE8-
II.I. COME GREETINGS:
,. M ify that, whereas,
I'llUot, .Miami, Fla.
K\ Al'do. .Miami, Kla.
k|. i I in. Mia mi. I ,a.
gMli day of June, A. U.
i.. Incorporated under
of 'napler 10086, Laws
i 0( IMS, MII.-.IAV
t>. ti coporation, with
i of business at
Count}', In the State of
Vii Teas the stockliolders
haalion did on the Ith
A D. 1951, Cause to
.....fflce of the Becre-
f the State "f Florida,
nil the stockholders
>f sa : ! Florida. Ai is of 1925,
Issolution of such cor-
Id the Seen tary of State
in it tin requirement* of
i nmplled with.
- WHEREOF, I have
-us hand and have
: of the 8 ati
i. --. the !apl
-tilt da> of June, A. D.
R A GRAY',
etarj ol State
BY PUBLICATION
IT COURT Or THE
pi M IMCIAL riRCI'IT,
Foil DADE Ci "UN I'Y.
in CHANCERY", No
:i:.\ NATURAL GAS
'.'. I'l Intiff, vs
,'INGTON ind s.M.I.IK
I lit wife, el al,
:.\'NINOTON and SAL-
IIXOToN, i W F
N an.I HELEN l.
rToN. hie wife; HELEN
IN and, If married.
::\ Ing and.
a u .(-. devisees,
es, i redlt irs, or other
ming by, through, under
her of the above
i-f Mda its, uho are not
'". dead or alive; and
b or parties otherwise
n Ins. any right, title.
' m and to (he fol-
rlhed property, to-vlt:
lock 4. of ORANDVIEW
Subdivision, arcoidlng
li'lar thereof, recorded in
ok 5 pace 58, of the I'ub-
rds of Dade County, Flor-
|E HEREBY NOTIFIED
in;, t title to the above
My lias been -filed
i Ihe above entitled
.^- hereby required to
'i:r Answer or
H :i of Complaint
l.ltifl uto.n. ys, Pallot,
* Vlulloy, got Ingraham
Ida, and fil,. the
Answer or Plead-
I ol the Circuit
ith day of
a l lecree
i will be entered against
II be pubilxhe 1 once
mr consecutive \\ eekfl
|\\ ISH FLORIDIAN.
| duj of .mi,,.. A. 1).
I' I.EATHERM \N.
E1 ut 'n and
Dud, County, I .ot ida.
an -.ah
W \. W KT< 'ICING,
Deputy Cerk,
rTENTION
TORNEYS!
wish Florldlan so-
your legal notices.
I appreciate your
Qage and auaran-
ccurate service at
I rates. Phone 2-1141
Mssenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
. -r. k. D|SSOLUTION
Of tI.' c"d 3y The Authority
Of The State Of Florid..
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS sum.i. come liREETINCiS
This I. to i,, ,,.,..',;
Nathan I \m .,,.. ,,.
Charles Ade n Mi:;l:
Marj B Adelman,
did on the Itli da) of Mail, A I. 19I7
cause to b. Ii
prav,s,-,|. L-h ..
,''.','[}! ,A',: "' ''-" U''" INDUS.
I I.U.S. INI ., a corp
principal pla< e
Had, County. In the -
and wherea the
'........'"on did ,,n lii, ID, ,| ij
A. 11 1951, cau -
fi< : thi s.. ,. tai si i.| the
Star,, of 1 oi..i.,
stockhi Idi
.said Chapter I.......
Aits ,,r 1925, Rhowina tin ill
such corporation, and the Secret
State i
111,-1,1: 01 la'.'. I a ,- I,. 1. .,, |, ,| B |,
l.\ WITNESS WHEREOF
hei eunto sel mj ,i
fixed th,- Greai Sea State of
Florida, it T.i'j
this the 4th .1 i;
I! A ORAS

(SEAL)
i- 51
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCITT POCRT .! THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
>F FLORIDA IN AND Full DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO,
1 11492.
ANGELO CORCIONE,
Plaintiff, vs.
ISABELLA C IR 'H INK
TO: ISABELLA rORt'JoNE
c/o Mrs. Till',- Ravellone
.",7 Ramsy A.venue
Yonkers, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a .-nit for dlvon haf n filed
against yon and you are required to
-. i \ a i op) if \ our .in-.'. I
bill upon plaintiffs attorney, and file
the original with the.Clerk of the
Circuil Court Flor-
ida, .a, or befoi e tin mi ir. .,; June,
1951; othern .-. -aid bill ol
will he taken ., nfesned by j on.
DATED at Miami, Plorid
day of .iin-., 11 r.i.
E B LEATHERMAN,
f 'lerk i 'unlit '
I tode County, Floi.
(Circuil ''ii t Seall
Bj WM W STOCKING,
NORMAN I: LYoNH
910-12 'I
'.'
6/8-1 ,--:-.:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that lhe -: :
gage in la:-
name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY
at I lade 'ountj. Fli Id i Intend to
register said name ^ Ii
tin- i'.:,ii.t Coun of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS SILVBRMAN
PETE SII.VI.KM \N
SAM SIDVERM VN an 1
ALBERT BLEICH
t !o-Partners
MARX M FABER, Ally.
412 Congress Bldg.
S/8-15-2S 29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN bal
the undermgned, desiring to eng i^-
in business under the fictitious name
of DOC'S PARKING LOT, 110 w
Fir.Elir Street, Miami. Florida
tends to register tin- Bald name with
th.- Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ISRAEL S' ITSKY,
S le i iwner.
MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN,
Attorneys for \
Beybold Pulldlng.
G t-I5-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN Ti?iT'C.f, BY PUBLICATION
!-,,->,.; ":''nT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND POR D\I>F ('cH'NTV
l^l^'.A ,x CHANCBRY.NNO.
VIVIAN Tuscan,,
' ;
TO-'m-' 'i",S''\X'' '"''"'ant.
i" Mr John i
H HI'! I'l .
''."'.' i iHland, New York
JO" ARE HEREBY RBgi'IRED to
' nv of your .,.,., to u.
' mplalnl In the abov.
.on the plaintiffs attor-
nal in the
. the Clerk of the i
i,'.',"'' ,',"-', "' -''' day of
i:k-'. -*i. "!" i Bin of
' taken as conl I
daj of Mav I
it. LEATHERMAN
' i lit I '.int
.. .......
II I "i hi -
By M C, l- EIGE,
MYERS HEIMAN IT
V'ome> ( >r Plaintiff
-
.1
B/l-8-1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF I'l.ol'.iliA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.IN CHANCERY, NO.
II III
CHARLES GEORGE IIA.MKS
Plaintiff, vs
ELLA HAMES, Defendant.
TO: ELLA II VMES, Apt, 28
1571 Lexington \\
N,u- York. N Y
i'OU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the hill of com-
plaint for divorce on plaintiff's attor-
ney, and to file the original answer
In the Offli of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit ''am i ,,n i fore the 29 day of
June, 1961. otherwise, the bill of com-
plaint for divorce heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
DATE)' al Miami, Ploi ida, "
daj of May, It
B. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Ill Court Seal)
B> WM W STOCKING, I"'
MICHAEL M ISENBER'J
Vttj for Plaintiff
11"7 lllscayne B
Miami. Florida.
15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CtiURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi
IN AND FOR DADE '
I' Li IRII >A IN CHANCERY, N'( I,

JOSEPH DEUTSCH, P
ELIZABETH DEL' rsCH,
TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH
imbus Avei ..
New York City, \
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complain) for Dl-
has been filed against you, and
you aiv required to serve a copy of
your answer on the plaintiffs attor-
ney, FRANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan
American Bank Building, Miami.
Florida, and file the orginal in the
Office of the Clerk of the Cll
Court on or before the 28 day of
.Inn,-. U'.'.l. in default Of which this
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you
DATED this 21' dav of Mav. 1951.
B B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit court Beal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
8/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unii. t sign' d, alt Ina to
in l.u dness under the "".
,f PINE ARTS STl'DH >H I 901 B.W
27th Avenue, Miami, i
register said nun.' Ith the I 'lerk ol .
the Circuit Court ol Dadi Counl
'""""''- STANLEY FELDMAN
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CSIVEN
the underslgneil, desli ln to el
In buriness I I ,
,.i FLORIDA HOME al 52,i N
22nd Ave Inti rids to register saw
name with the Clerk ol the i
Court of Dade County, l-'l
HOPKINS PUBLICA1 IONS
DAVID SHUBOW
B/i-s-ir.-'jL'_________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i MARTHA ll'sKN. / mi--
MARTHA RICHTBR, 56 Forrest
Avenue, Paramus. New Jersev.
You are notified that a Bill ol '" -
nint for Divorce has been flleo
against you In the cuvuit < <.u.
the nth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Dade <"ounty. Chan.ery No. "l.jii ">.
Thorwald Ipsen a/k/a romm> ,-"
enfessed !>>' you.
Dated: Maj 24, 1951. -
K B LEATHERMAN, I lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj m C. EIGE,
i"'.
6/1-8-15-22
'UN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
19 N. K 2rd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the i. riesirins. to engage
under the is name
of BEST FINANCE CO., at Room 608
rur, Miami. Florida In-
ti nds to name th the Clerl
of th" C i
KSTHER BERMAN
MILTON R M VNNIIEIMBR
Ail,,in. i..an.an
12(1 l.lni'oln l: i I
u l "ida.
6/1-8-13-23
,r .N.?,TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN PHE CIRCCIT COt'HT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circcit
IN A Nli I-or DADE COUNTY,
mm CHANCERY, no!
ROBERT EMBLETON.
Plaintiff vs
BSTELLE II. EMBLETON,
Defendant,
TO: ESTELLE II EMBLETON
55 shields Street
Elmw.....!, i 'onnectlcut,
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI for Divorce has bei n riled
against you in the above entitled
mo you are hereby n quired to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
gill of Complaint for Divorce on the
lalntifl s attorneys, and file the orlg-
15*1 In tl.....fflce of the Clerk ol the
mint coun on or before the 13th
nay ,,r June, A D. 1951, other*
Decree Pro Confi i will be entered
against you,
Thi- .\ .- ,. -i, ,n i. published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ll
day of May
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol Circuit Court.
(< ireult Co,,, t s.-ali
By WM. W, BTOCKINO,
PALOT, BILVER, ABD<5V MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
04 Ingraham Building, Miami. Fla.
i I N _' i |
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DADE COUNTY BUSINESS &
civic WELFARE LEAGUE at P. 0.
,0>; 4...... Miami Beach, int,aid. to
register said name with the Clerk of
th< Circuit c,int ,,f Dade County,
Florida,
RICHARD BRYCE,
a, 18-85 '', l-S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE, NO,
26023.
In II, ESTATE OF
HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased.
i'o All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing claims ,,r Demands Against Said
ESsI it
v .md each of you, are hereby
notified ami required to present any
laims and demands which yon, or
eithei of you. maj have against the
estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, deceas-
ed lati of l lade i lounty, Florida, to
the Hon. w. !' Blanton, County
Judge or ; ounty, and file the
-.mi., in his : the 'dunty < "ourt
House ii 'ounty, Florida, w it!i-
In eight months from the
date of he first p iblical Ion I
Said i iais i......ntain
the leg ml and
to !,,- sworn t,, ,iut\ presented a- afure-
said. or same will barred. Se< Si -
tlon 120 ibate Act.
Date Ma' l". A D. 1951.
HENRIETTA BOLOTIN
As Administratrix of the Estate of
HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased.
DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD
606-8 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Administratrix
6/18-16 /!-'>
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND KiK DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
26066,
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEON FREED, Deceased.
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against 8a l
Estate
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands hli ii you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEON FREED, d.....ased
late of i ii'l South Miami Avi n le, M
ami, i' ide < 'ount>. Ploi Ida, to the
ll-ii. W. I Blanton, County Jud
Dade County, and file the same In
m the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar .....nths from thi date of the
first public itlon hereof Said i
or di mind- .....ntaln the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to i- s
to and pn sented ai lid, or
same will be barred, See Kectloi
of the 1933 Probati \.
Date Mav ISth, A.D IS
/.-/ M \i: s PRE] '
As BXI illl\ of thi I. i W I
and T- lament of
LEON FREED, Den
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Bej bold Bi llding,
Miami. Florida
Attorney q for Exi cul
5/28 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\, .TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrli a to
In i, isiness under the fictitious
llf ores Hotel al 1920 Collins
\... i tie, Miami Beach, Intend t- reg-
, ,i name with the Clerk of the
C irt of Dade Countv, Florida.
\l \\ Ci il il 'MAN
HENRI FESSLER
HARRY DIETZ _
;. for Applicants,
Mncoln Road
S I 15-22
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN Till-: circcit COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(>!' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.' IN CHANCERY, NO.
140990.
BILLY WEST, Plaintiff, vs.
1RVINO 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 Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SILVER,
djj Seybold Ituildim;, Miami, Florida,
and fii- the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the offl......f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the nth
daj of June, 19M If you fall to do o,
Judgment by default will be
against you for the relief demanded
in thi Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al "
Florida, this 10th day of M ty, 1951.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
< 'lei k, Circuil C >ui t.
Dade comity, Florida
(Circuil Court Seal) ......
!',. WM, W. STOCKING,
I lep ity Clerk.
MAX" R SILVER
Attorney for I'l
922 s. vpoid Building
Miami 32, Florida
', 18-25 6 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IV TIIK COUNTY JUDOE'S ''"',.'
IN AND FOR DADE .HINT'*.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
26018, _,
in |{. ESTATE OF
ETHEL D, OWEN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All IV' s-ns Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bam
Yom'aml I a. 1. of you. are hereby
notified and required to !';'*'"< nnJ_
,.laims and demands which v>u. or
c uuv c. nnii-ii- m Dndc County,
!rof^nebK
demands to
KAPLAN
itoi
6/1-8-18-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at ISoa
North Baj Causeway, Town "f -North
Bay Village, Miami Beach, Fla In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida
BEN BOW REALTY CO.
By: Irving Greenfield,"
President*
QENET GENET
Attorneys for
BBNBOW REALTY CO.
5/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI PLASTIC WARE <"<>.. at
60S Laneford Building. Miami, Flor-
ida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ESTHER BERMAN
MILTON B MANNHE1MER
Attorney for Esther Berman
R'n Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
6/1-8-15-22 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
di i Rigm tl, de I Ing to i
under the fictitious name
i : BASKET SHI >P. VI
ton K- i. 1 Intends
in with th
Dadi
H""'-'- HARRY ERLAK
JOSEPH I'
Seybi id Bldg.
6/35 6/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Fl 'It DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
1 I124t3,
PAUL R IP'NAN. Plaintiff, vs.
EVELYN L. RONAN. Defendant.
To: EVELYN I.. IP'NAN.
o/o Walter Bosse, Onaga, Kansas
You are required to serve n cons ''
your answer to the Bill of Complain;
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, and to file the original answer
in the office Of the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court on or before the -l day of
June, A.D, 1911; otherwise, the B II
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as eon-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
JI.-t d.,y of May, 1951
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Co
Dad,- County, Florida
ii 'Ireult i 'ourt Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING
Deputy Clei
MLTl IN A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
s. ybold Bldg.,
Miami
a/lal li/l-yi:.____________ ^____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF l-l.i "R1D.V IN AND Fl IR DADE
COUNTY. IN fli INCERY, N" >.
1 11223.
CHARLES SKODA, Plaintiff. -
I |R( 'I'll Y SKI 'I >A .....
SUIT Foil DIVORCE
TO: DOROTHY SKODA
; ant Stn -t
Wayne, New ,T, i sey
You are hereby notified that a B :i
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed againsi you, and you are re-
quired '" servi a cony of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill "f
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Stanley I1 Caidln, 748 Seybold Build-
in*.'. Miami, Fla., and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before th.' 21 day .if June, 1951. If
you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj WM, W. stock inc.
Deputy clerk.
STANLEY D. CAIDIN,
:is Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- a d, desiring to engage In
- undei the fictitious name of
.I V'endoi a al in s. w. 53rd
c- Miami. Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of thi I .
cult Court "f Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD HARELIK,
Sole Owner.
3 55 'I 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVION that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY
SALON, al 280 NE. Ith Street, Mi-
ami, Fla. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
GLADYS STANTON.
u/18-25 6/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT coi'RT OF' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Him DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
14R!.">X.
ALBERT B. PARENT, Plaintiff, vs.
DOROTHY O. PARENT.
I 'ef.-ndant.
TO: DOROTHY O. PARENT
708 Blackhorse Pike
\\\ Collingswood Heights
Mt Bphrlan Post Office
New Jersey
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the bm of com-
plaint for divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, and to file the original an-
swer In the Office "f the Clerk of
the c'uvuit Curt on or before the
25th dav of June, l51i otherwise,
the bill "f complaint for divorce, ii-; -
rot e fib i hi rein, will be taken as
,-iii,.-s,-d by yo
11VTED al Mia F la, this
22nd dav of Mnj
LEATHERMAN,
i erk of the Circuil Court
i u M. XV. STI '' 'K IN...
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trities Called •riininatory' oILVge Grad YORK, (JTR) —College are undemocratic and I ] •,• discriminatory and |be abolished, according to in the current issue of %  /.ine which accuses th< i( being anti-Jewish. Article, by Rosanne Smith h n a 1943 graduate of lestern University, charges oritiea rertric' admission lie 10 percent and says Is cannot be pledged Ih.'v are exceptional. %  of the first things I Mrs. R )binson reported, Aers have before or since, 1:1 no more than 10 perEf the pledges could be • and that Jewish girls ,4 be pledged by Gentile •unless, of course, th<>y %  Kceptionally beautiful, tal|0] rich—and didn't look there were Jewish girls year who were willing to Kicks on their ancient Itin order to gain, memin a non-Jewish sorority. efforts to keep the secret the fold, these girls were oi }ns referred to around is the "Jewish Pi Phi •Jewish Tri Delt.'" iinson reported that i-it had been accused of because she had datjwish boy. tewislbJEIIioiciidlilgun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1951 SEC. B Wty Club Party at-l party at the home of %  '. is in, 3722 Royal Palm is olanned by the Loyalty unah Chapter of Easttar for Thursday. June 7, Proceeds of the SI.50 M >ill go toward the puran incubator to be dot i Mount Sinai Hospital. Steiner is president of the and Mary Alper, Worthy br.. Jewish Center Suffers Dynamite Explosion now T unH^Ton",3 in i Tif Eth X f rael Northside Center is this five thousend square foot temole now unde. construction in the center of an entire square block at N. W. 6Sth St? and Miami Ave. and Co! 3 rf cLt lS of e ^0.0 e K COnitaCt0rS W lliam *•** •* Sons and William Altman ,„ P a r r e ] id „ n J Geo L 9 l J i Wei b u Um l la ed ,his conservative temple, in conjunction with its Sunday ard Hebrew Schools will hold Athletic and Social Activities for the Tt.m-Age group. Sisterhood and Mens Cluo. Since the main interest of the Center is primarily concerned with the Youth of t..e area, emphasis will be placed on programs to encompass children between the ages of six through eighteen, plus the adult group which is already functioning." The kitchen wiil have stainless steel equipment. A television set will provide added entertainment. Serving on the Building Committee are: William Weirstock, William Altman, Morris Laster, Samuel Gitlin, Harry Rollnick. Gaorge J. Weissbaum, Harold Robin, Dr. Wm. K. Boros. David Cohen. Rubin Kutun. Dr. Simon Lipton. (See Storv on Page 1-A) Public* Housing ] Soon Aa Hew lit V In Miami lloach h public housing may soon become a reality with the announcement by Walter C. K chairman of the M h Housing Authority, that an agrei m i.t had been reached with Mrs. Til'ie Bell, for the purchase of the Smith Cottage propi rty fronting on liiscayne Street. Mrs. Bell is the representative of the Smith estate, owners of the site. The purchase price has been set at $97,650. Kovner stated that the deal may be closed within thirty days. July P. Channing, member of the MBHA's board has been in Atlanta to secure approval architectural plans from the regional office of the Federal Housing Authority for the units which will replace the 29 cottages (from 25 to 30 years old) presently occupying the property. s Music Scholarship; i.i Price, daughter of Mrs. |ed Price of 585 N.W. 62 St., < warded a scholarship to Apnstitute of Music, Appen, and will leave July 2 to for the entire summer, n her return, Miss Price, a tura soprano, will resume ftudies as protege of Herta j New York opera star. Price lived in Miami for feevelt Unit Initiates ell Temple 33. Pythian ks, held : n initiation on June I W. 17th Ave. Thirteen and two transfer.ted Excellent Senior J. Brooks presided in | nee of Most Excellent |l Mrs. A. Bellas. AEPhi Alumni Plan Card Party, Bazaar A card party will be held ( o ne da} |i il lives in I Wednesday evening, Ju ir community. It is the first instituthe benefit of the children of the j tion of its kind 1 lien from 1 •nee in ad Mrs. Jem Lehman heads the committee, assisted by Mrs. .".'. dell Glicksberg, Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Louis Alpert and Mrs. Alexander Rubin. The past deans of the alumni chapter, Mrs Leonorard Jacobson, Mrs. Fred Grossber*;, Mrs Harold Stone, Mrs. Lehman and the present dean, Mrs. Louis Krensky, will arrange games and acts as hostesse. Refrehments will be served. For any additional information, phone Lillian Gross at 39-1362. Hi.ven School in Kendall. The charity bazaar is sponsored by the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami. The affair will be held at the Miami Beach Athletic Club and is open tj the public. Admission is $1.25 with the entire proceeds to be turned over to the school, which cares for mentally deficient children. The Haven School has been in operation since September and has now reached maximum housing capacity. Purpose of th? institution is to train these children so that they may Publication Program Outlined By Society NEW YORK. (JTA)—A longpi gram 'he contribution of ihe J v. to literature, religion, culture an i scholarship was outlined at the 63rd annual meeting of the Jewish Publication Society, held here last week. Outstanding scholars and authors came from various parts of the country to attend the sessions and to participate in the deliberations. In his annual report, Judge Louis E. Levinthal, president of the Society, reviewed achievements of the past year. In keeping with its established program, six books were issued during that year. Judge Levinthal was reelcted at the meeting to serve a third ten i as president. Leo Huberman was installed as p osident of the Beach "Y" at ceremonies Sunday evening during the annual meeting and reception of the organization. V i [Mai EnglandeT was general Mirman of the Miami Beach unior Chamber of Commerca its non-partisan rally which • held Monday night at the tami Beach Auditorium. AU council candidates weie ined to be present. Speeches •ere limited to 3 minutes each id the program consisted of R usic by the Miami E*ach Sen I' High School Band under ae direction of John B. Cole*n. bandmaster. American aion Pott 85 of Miami Beach, resented colors, and Elaine Elchosen Miss Miami Beach f U Y Queen, acted as official "•to* tor the rally. Over 60,000,000 Diapers Processed For 24,000 Individual Babies A Complete WAP£R senwee For Your Baby For As Little As $ 2 Per Week! Including.. • Constant Uniform Supply of Surgically Sterile, Soft, White Diaper* • 9 Eveready Nursers...the Most Modern Hygienically Approved Nursing Bottles • Deodorizing Porcelain Storage Hamper • Free Subscription to "BABY TALK* Magazine Phone Today! In Hollywood and Homestead In Miami PHONE Miami Collect PHONE 82-3451 In Ft. 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PAGE 8 B 9-Je^ntncrkHan Religious Directory... confirmaJune 10th, e in| Bvron Colo. Irwin E. Cotzin. .)..:,,; Greene, Michael Cutman, Frank Heyman, Harvey Kasow, Beverly Katima, Rochelle Kopevice-p:esidcnt: Henry E Wolff. | ()Wlt/ Barbara L Sheila vice-president; Many Boyell, jflakstein, Thomas Markowite, N A. v Judy Rosenthal, financial secrei %  '• am D. Howard Segal, Roselh Segal, Singer, tr< su \v : Y ska Si ttt. B ,, .( Members N M R, Sandi a Shier, Gil]' El J G %  I, A A | Max H I-" H • %  Cantata to be presented M. Kanner, M K The parC. I. n in B. H %  %  ants will hold V • mi A. Ui ... m t h e s A : il] %  W< rthi in* .. I.-' >nard iiW; A Wien. .... fl)| th( H %  ,h :.' I brc.v School Thurs I 13 J me ~ t "If I v. %  i a 3 p i; w }th Shovuos S including I ,.. n d Hon Stumation ritual, will ix >eld dt nS The graduates an Melvyn mday morning at 10 o clock, Mli : ,,. k Sheldon Haffner, MarSixteen young men and women l]vn KlltnK k Sanford Set: will be confirmed, including: d Richard Sernaker. Br'^n ,ll V K-kV : 'v" K ,Ea < C Beth David is inaugurating for BaXa A^kXhTDorb Joan '"t time a moniing summer Suzanne Joyce Gold-: camp from 9 to 12, to begin on ; a Harris. MarMonday. July 8. Parenti are Ann Jackson. Janet Eileen "ff^d to register the children in Alan Thomas Oik,.Joan ?rd .sure proper groupings Lois OrUn, Carol Ann Pepper, '" rew, ai ts and i nit* music Hum Marlene ?nd athletics The faculty will ynger, Roberta Maj Sprintz, ;^" ; ;. Cantor Mamches, Mi Foil. %  • ., n M l c ewry RosenMr. Jerome B. Gordon, nds will be th I I I•• Kl P" : Rabbl Max Congregation at a r Snapi Israelite Center (Conservative) Miami Hebrew School and holds daily services at 8 a. m. Cong. (Orthodox) Fi m. with Friday night ning services 6:45; Satui I and I> S i t 1 u rd A a ? serv 30. The Rabbi Will C al 9 .„ a %  Rabb Aora: .,:„ speak on the Porti : the Sachi will speak on the weekly Mincha at 6:4 I Eft 10 ^A,!"^ SS" 1 ^ by Maariv. Sunday morning £' *"**• at 8 £" Shavuoth services at 8:30. Th! ^udos Shur i i i< i ..i-i f. \uoin Suno.iv 9 a.m. T !" h" Pt ^mH v \ :" M nd B.m.WithYiS, i ,. ,' 10*5 a.m. Rabbi Sachs will services at 6:45; Monday morning The Beautiful Flower at 8:30. Yukor at.10:15 a. m., with Mmcha at 6:45 p. m.. fol,, by Maariv Heb .. 1 T •' Hebrew Academy. Friday daily 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Daily evening services at 6:4o. Satur7:30 a. m. and 6:4.". p. m. da >' morning services at 9. At ,, f, i/-.. 4:30 p. m. a story hour for chilil Gables Jewish Center d th £ community. 'ices Friday at 8:15 Mincha j t 6:45 m >. m. Sabbath Service^ Mem| sh h CPS Saturday % ve bers of the Confirmation (lass _,__ -..-. *j_., .„.•>, „ ol 951 who will be confirmed "'"" V Sund "> ; ', nd "n, %  ~ dav morning services at i ; Eve'.'; nUS „ T",' 1 f^ "' se^icel Sundav and MonJune 10th will be introduced to ., „.,-.,, • the congregation and will par(ay ,n^n n P s ^ ticipate in a "Musical Recita'i ; ^ ;,t 10:30: D 7 a,1 >" ?f rv ^S, "* live" wn.ten by Rabbi Morris t J ; ""•{"• ;md J \ m :. R l c,ta : A. Skop Musical selection will "^ -f the traditional Akdomas ... .(•,,, i _u will be done bv Sidnev Shapiro, bp presented bj Cantor Joseph _, ",, f ., v. w MI %  .,i c, .u „ .• „ pupil of The Hebrew Academy. \\. Ai.il.K .IIHI Stephen K> .-.e ;, ', .. „ .-,, service will be fol' 'f^ ^ exan der S fe" Wi11 y the Oneg Shabbat and de ^ vei the 8ermon n botn daya n of arts and Crafts bv Doujnfoion Synagogue (Orth-I of the Conl -ion odox) Friday, Satu lay and Cla Shavuos Pen:, i t ServSunday evening services at 6:45. S mday, June loth at 10 Morning services i n Saturd a. m. with Torah Readings and Sunday and Monday at 8 30 Kiddush. Yizkor (Memorial) Yizkor servici on Monday at 10 will be held Monday %  '• m D:,l| v services, 8 a. m.at 10 a. in. Eleven boy.-, and girls Pm will receive diplomas and Bibles Conoreoational Beth El (OrthMrs. Ralph Bargteil, Redox) Services Friday, .' p. m. ligious School principal and HerSaturday, 8:30 a. m.—Rabbi Murbert Gelernter, outgoing l'n iray Grauer will preach on; "The dent of the Center Saturday at Portion of the Week." Junior 9:30 a. m. Howard Schwartz, son Congregation, 10 a. m S. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz for the eve of the festival Shewill lie Bar Mitzvah. A Kiddush vuoth, 0:45 p. m. Shevuoth Servwill follow the services. ices Sunday. 8:30 a. m — R, Coiigrpyatioii Beth Jacob I Murray Grauer will preach on:' (Orthodox) The Festival of She; 'What Shall Prevail, Torah Judavuoth Pentecost will ism or Secular Judaism'.'" Junior be observed Sunday and Monday. Congregation, 10 a. m Services June 10th and 11th. It will be Monday. 8:30 a. m. Junior Conpreceded by services Friday gregation, 10 a. m. Yiskor Meevening at 6:30 and Saturday morial Service 1030 a tn — morning at 8:30. The holiday Rabbi Murrav Grauer will preach services will be held Saturday on: "The Spirit of Sinai Is It and Sunday evenings at 8:45. Still Alive?" Daily Services 8 30 i Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant a. m. Reading' class daily the liturgy. Morning services Mishna. 5:30 p. m. Mincha daily! will be held 8:30 Sundav and : 6:45 p. m. Monday. Rabbi Mescheloffs tlaaer-Gmnarin in,, i n mj. .-. %  .-..,. v .f H, v ,.,„ y ., ,,„::„:;.:; tiss"rs,;" i % J, ;, n -, school will begin Tuesday mornPlace Dailv 1. m 8 ^ will be held Mondays \i iv t \v „ T\ ", through Fridays from 9 to 12 Tm SaSrdav JTo *', noon. Registration will take Sundav at 8 a J ,, nv al the office from June 13th v to 18th. Young Israel S of Beth Dawid (Conservative) FriI eac h invites all members *W at 9 a. m. Bar Mitzvah day evening services 8:45; Sabn"" : ',' ,,: s f "" country oi Lester Pazel. Rabb. will bath services, 9 a m David n f, w l" 8,tln in Miami Beach to speak on the "Eternal Symbol." son of Mr. and Mrs.' Mu'i, v h ,\Tl 'V Ii: v '•' %  : 11 be Monday morning services will Kossman, and Robert son of Mr ii,y evening a) 6:30, Sat, uraay at 9 a. m. and 6:30 n m 1UHE. Zamoru Jewish Center will hold Saturday ning at 8. Sunday morning 9:30, S mday night at 8. Concluding s< r\ ice Monday a( 9 30 ... m., I Memoi: 11 nt of the i tanl an:. %  I %  ng youth activil I will ha\ : -. conn Fri aj night, Jui .t 8:15. Augmertin.il services will Tempi. Israel qu tetl i special II stival mus .amis ar< Rid ard HK ckn r, G< raid Cohen and David Platz Sabbath si i • %  ici for th, sun will begin Friday evening, 15. at Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) will hold Fi idaj % %  i ning sei v at 8:15. The Rabin will speak on "The i fi neral i. n I thi Wil lei 5." This will be Alumni Sabthe Beth Shol Alumni will be reconsecrated-. The confirmation class of 5711 be v. into the imni. Shuvuoth vice Sunday, 9 45 a. m. Yizcor u led. T> lah Co ..;. (Orth Mincha Friday al 6:45 p. m.; On S %  m day moi nil I 8 30, the Rj bbi will speak on the Porti >n • e Week. Mmcha at I I y the Ralil sei mon at Ethics !'.Mi ... 7:15 p. m. Shuvu I : ..".day mo: ning at 8:30. ibbi will conduct thi .n "Receiving or K • | ing the Torah— v. if" I vices at 6:30 with Maai iv at 7:15 M rnWlll I '. !!'.. and speak. A1 10 h e will %  livi V Devol • 5| ily." al 10:30, ha at 6 p. m. and M • 7 •\ i -; / %  < %  • (' g n g %  ; 6 30 p.m. /ices al 8:30 a. m. coi by CanA rahan Seil At 4:30 p. tn. .:. Talmud will be conM : fi 30 ,' nd I %  30 a. m. tlO %  iv to 1 < %  itive i h. Service I led itgoing off ii il the .".! n Saturd ill preat Portion of the Bar Mitzvah of I.... son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lip%  sky. •i vuoth Sunday and MonJune 10th and 11th. j Confirmation Service and Excises Sunday Morning 9 a. m. Memorial Service Yizkor. Monday 10:30 a. m. Cantor Jacob Y. Gold ring will chant the Service assisted by the Center Choir under the direction t Mr. Ben Yomen Jewish Community Center oj Hullywood (Conservative) Early Friday night services at 6:30. Friday nighl service 8-30. Fi Bas Mitzvah ceremony in Hollywood. Donna Baum. daugh: Mr, and Mi J .-eph Baum. Sabbath morning services at 9:30. Mitzvah Alfred Frankel. A moi ning sei vice at 9 a. m. Worth Shore Jewish Center. Late Friday Evening Services at 8 30 Rabbi Fried will lead in rvici H mon topic will be "The True Purp.. : er." An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning Ices 9:15. First di j Shavuos Sunday, June 10. Services will held 7 30 and begin at 9. Yizkor, Memorial services 10:30. Rabbi will speak on the "Spirit Indistructable." Serv:...open to the public. Temple Israel of Miami (Reform) The installation of officers and board members will take place during the Sabbath service at the Temple. Friday evening at 8:15. The officers and board members to be installed Dr. Narot, include: Max Meisel, president; B. W. Slote vice-president; Joseph R. 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JUNE 8. 1951 +Jewl$tifk>ridton PAGL' 5 A ietta Szold Group Of Hadassah Carl Gardner MC's ills Officers At Luncheon Thursday Gala Variety Show ation of officers of the Mrs. Harry Rogers, recording; Mrs. James Segal, chairman of roup of HadasiMrs. Louis King, social. Mrs. the annual Variety Show "Melscheduled for I Raymond Rubin will be treasurer ody in Mirth" sponsored by the h, at 12 o'clock j and Mrs. A. Benton Green, parliVJ ( '"] wn '%, Activities Committee .' B— i. *-.-_ P of tne Flagler-Grandaa Jewish Szold Group of Hadasbeen .v. June 7th lc heon at the Miami Beach Center, with Mrs. Mur,ssman, president of the region, as guest speaker, on the program is Gloria n operatic sololist, accom. parli amentarian. Members of the Board include Mesdames Joseph Alexander, Henry Amlyn, Hyman Bcrman. George M. Cohen. Rose Chaves, Jacob DeKoven. Harry Dinnerstein. Theresa Brandt.'Benjamin Goldstein, Mary Gootman. Abraham Goodman, William Greenfogel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Leonor e Hauer, Phillip Hacker, Samuel Jacobs, Morris Kogan, Samuel Kulok, Ida Lear, Robert Levy, Henry Liebman, Irving Lehrman, Irwin Makovsky. Louis Makovsky, Miriam Press, Harry jG. Rogers, Clara Rubin, Milton 1 W. Smith, Freda Salit, Louis | Shafkin. Rachel Shapiro, John Starr, Bernard R. Wieder, and Anna Weiss. of the Flagler-Grandaa Jewish Community Center announces that presentation will be held on Saturday evening, June 16th at 8:30 at the Center building. 50 N. W. 51st Place. The FlaglerGranada and Hialeah-M i a m i Springs choral groups will be featured in "Ballad for America." featuring a well known soloist. Mr. Carl Gardner, will act as Master of Ceremonies. Featured vocalist will be Miss Shari Cordova. A Miami High School graduate. Miss Cordova climaxed her school days by winning a music scholarship to the University of Miami, in a statewide contest. She has also studied at the Miami Conservatory of Music and will appear with the Miami Opera Guild this season. A llollvwoocl renter To Observe First %  las >lilzvah Ceremony Friday Nite ism." Cantor Mordecai Feinerman will chant the special liturShown turning over the reins of Miami Beach Masada-Young Zionist District is David Goodwin, left, past president to Abraham Schafer newly installed president. Gil Rappaport was tthe installing officer and Rabbi living Lehrman. guest speaker, at ceremonies Saturday. Juno 2 at the Mia mi Beach Athletic Club Mrs. Jacob Davis by Mrs. Theodore Arvan. Ding president, Mrs. Isabelle \\i was selected as toastmasvith Mrs. Louis Makovsky man of the affair. :,-president, Mrs. Moses heloff, was chosen to conduct light installation cereduring which the followkromen assume office: Mrs. iBculah) Davis, president: ames Barnet Bcckerman. bid Horowitz, Ehiel Lesoand Harold Melnick, vice Idents. Secretaries are: LilDanziger, financial: Mrs. Si. Rosenberg, correspondent: th Sholom Ladies II Summer Plans The Hollywood Jewish Center will observe its first Bas Mitzvah ceremony with a special late Friday night service, June 8, at 8:30 p. m., with the induction of Donr.a Lee Baum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum. of 1634 Washington St., into the Synagogue. The Bas Mitzvah ceremony for girls, which is equivalent to the Bar Mitzvah for boys, I has become widely observed I i n Conservative Synagogues I throughout the United States. Donna will chant the benedictions from the portion of the Torah which is read for the week of June 9 and will explain its I contents. The Haftorah portion from the Book of Hosea will also I be outlined by the Bas Mitzvah after which a special Bas Mitzvah prayer will be delivered. Alfred Frankel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frankel. of 1833 Adams St.. who is to be inducted as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, will chant the Kiddush. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will present the gift of a Scripture to 1 Donna and a Bar Mitzvah certificate. The Rabbi will speak on • "The Pledge of Loyalty to Judagy for the occasion. A reception will follow the ceremony. Bialik Branch 209 I Tropical Lodge Board Celebrates Shuvuoth j To Outline Service Plans A Shuvuoth celebration will I The officers and trustees of be held by the Bailik Branch J Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will 209, Farband Labor Zionist I meet Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., June 5 Order, on Monday. June 11th. at at tno home "of Past President A. 7:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach „ ,, „ ..... „,„ „_.. :J :..„ a .,. "Y" auditorium. 1536 Bay Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the principal speaker. A literary program has been arranged and refreshments will be served. Proceeds of the affair will be donated to the Jewish National Fund. Golden Book Certificates will be presented to several members of the organization. Budd Cutler, 313 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. President Lewis Sternshein has announced that the executive board will outline plans for the lodge's service programs and social affairs for the summer. Seymour Brenner will report on tentative plans to establish a weekly luncheon club. sterhood of Temple Beth lorn will hold a coffee on nesday, June 13. at 11 a. m.. ) %  Temple Banquet Hall. 4144 e Ave., Miami Beach, acing to an announcement by Saul Herman, Sisterhood ddent. lummer plans and projected plans will be outlined and ivius chairmen will be named Mrs. Herman. rs. Irving Marcus, Hospitality Jrman, will preside at the ictum on June 13, the primary pose of which is to acquaint members with the new sumr project, "ROUND THE .OCK." Mrs. Alexander Kogan the over-all chairman of the IH ct and Mrs. Benjamin Seidnd Mrs. Jean Lehman are airmen. MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AHD LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME A. Ltvine [Ccleth Heard Dr. Morris Goodman Israel Bond Chairman Asks Rabbis' Help All rabbis in Greater Miami have been asked by the Committee for Bonds of Israel Government to devote a portion of their sermons on Shevuoth this weekend to the bond campaign. "This season of the year." said Dr. Morris Goodman, committee chairman, "is the time when boys and girls of our community are being graduated from our schools, and when our synagogues and temples arc confirming and graduating additional young citizens. The use of Israel bonds as gifts will enable our youth to share in the future of a great venture. Irving Blasberg Funeral Director \S MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 ALTON ROAD. M. B. our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5S44 Grads. Confirmands Hold Mock Ceremony A mock graduation and confirmation were featured at a gathering held May 31 at the home of Joan Orl.n byJau A pha Omega Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center. The affair honored six members who graduate Friday evening. June 8. from Miami Senior High School, am! also four girls to be confirmed at Temple Israel 0n Gradua,ct are Eleanor Zmner. Carole Mondress, Joyc< Glan Sa Pepper. Marilyn HecWe •jnrt Leatrice Kozlin. Lonnr Greene. RabbilionTg To Speak At Shuvuos Services The Hollywood Jewish CommunUy Center wUl observe Shuvuos with special serves on Siturdav evening at B P "' %  rUbbi Honig will deliver a talk •11,'t the Definition of ; n t Developed." Services ... held on Sunday morning *••£ mm. £>d Sunday evening 7 D m Monday morning sFfe : a. m. Doris Kasow Miss Kasow Leaves For Syracuse U. Doris Kasow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow. 2100 S W. 21st Avenue, left this week for Syracuse University where she will attend special summer sessions. Before her departure from Miami she was elected president of Miami Unit of Jr. Hadassah and also treasurer of the Miami University chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma. Following her stay at Syracuse Doris will travel with several sororitv sisters through Canada, New York and Pennsylvania before returning for the fall term at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in Spanish. NYLON BRAIDED LINE Kin fOI xl Line Money Can Buy—Sells Almost Double—H, 15, -". si St J6 Lb. Test—Per K| I Smashing Low Priees On Fishing Taekle Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances 45-LB. TEST JMM' SPOOL 80c NYLON BRAIDED LINE 7:1 1,1'. 50 ITd. 8] 1 ,11 SI 'INN IN': Reg 110.00 REELS PFLECER FISH HOOKS si/..- i to 5—100 Keg. } %  :.: %  r.o GLASS Kul' Reg. 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PAGE 2 B *-.k^l%Hhrk9kir Academy Devotes Special Assembly To Shavuos Play At a special assembly dedicated to the Hi li Shavuos, the I .pi'ol The Hebrew A will present a playlet entitled "The Miu h to .'> i usalem," I Friday, June 8th :,t 12 n i the Academy Au lit IS Bth Street, y. Thi -i which will cofcsisl narratioi %  .n, .; based upon ;'-. tiotial "Eiku hit h thi Is ... r was nd< I • bring I lple in Jerusaien vu > V I I also be pi the joy and happiness iyt-d durin I march to Jerem and in tile T( ::r. hildren participating will bi liam Abel, James Dub ott Katz, Mai ; 1 Blatt, Melvin !'. ry Walper, Nathaniel /. Mfthael Esc itl Sand Kal L li Yesner, Harvey Meltz X -11 -. 11 Pazol, ien, Pafej:y Kroi R uild F : : n Stek•>f?011pl-l Ujfcepv n* itabbl Joseph E. Rackovmky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 3S**m x m FOR BOOSI N ; N -OUR Koeher Kitch.* """PPM u I JJJUv.h., c c a h r e ; ^"Cj Meeting,. p| en */ %  '•• Ir.g %  PHONE SIDNVV^C 4 M22 FOR iNrtoJ? •Arthritis i_ • Nervous Disorders THE FINEST IN SPA THERAPY utilizing NATURAL MINERAL WATERS h the greatest single flow ol therapeutic Va T on this continent—500.000 gallons doily FORT LAUDERDALE SPA Write for further information 500 S.W. 14th Court Phone ;.?-•; brii : : • cs(Cc of the Sha\ E. ALBERT PALLOT. B'nai Brith District Commissioner for Veteran's Scrvic? in the Southeastern States, right is shown receiving a citation from A. B. Kapplin of Washington, D.C.. National Director of the Brii Brith Service Committee to Armed Forces and Veterans. First of its kind in the Urited States. The award was made to Pallot for directing an intensified Service Program to hospitalized veterans in the Southeastern States outing 1950. The preservation took place at the recent B'nai Brith District Grand Lodge Convention in Columbia. South Carolina. Shown center, is Melvin S. Harris of that city. District Grand Lodge President. I %  :gje: S ( I H8)i ilelvin S %  %  the Seni C '. i '•' : • M IfcVifs IIHVHI Starts lliii!liei IM.ins To lloagsi* School %  %  e to KHigious School In Hollywood Hold* I•' %  *• rrciscs '-.-.. \ ft %  • i %  s %  2n : : ; P Salt : %  .,.. N Accountants Announce South Dade Office Victo I Eber and v..' lifted intant %  .... I 40 North K: • %  !., H | ntinu I B :' -. I the i • ; i %  %  • scfo. At an 1 subscribed tokrard the 4 %  • • speport meet t. determine the I' • %  pipaign whii h w ill end thi* rnjnth. Mr, Dave Rabin .witz is chairman ol • B i 11 j Lucky Strike Alleys Completely Redecorated % %  Lucky -• B %  I 2975 s W Bt St %  tudent dfing hot "... Juhe ...ray dUJ •.. • Nat 5th Gi %  : n, Ruth M It Gold tein. 6th <.' %  %  ct attendan %  fi -ates warded 1 i hildren who I been present it ill -• isions. At the spi mbly held, ais for worthy charities ide from the Keren Ami Fun I Ti tall c nsists of Miss Jill Rifkm. pre-school gra Mrs. Dan L. Friedberg. 1st grade; Mrs Irving Sih Clement %  | %  | Mi Alii -. H. nd Mi I JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned RICHARDS Mexxanine Floor GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORS.S M v you. foot repaired now; you will live on a new poof later 'Sat,(factory Work by Experienced Men" •'4 S. w. 22nd Avenu. "HONE 4. MM SUNRto U K HEALTH RE60RT HOTEL SANiURIUM roe BEST COWVALtiCErKl AND CMSC1IC CASH • •"'I *0 Hoa, |< ite aw aov couan -MIAMI -FLORIDA J HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday. 10:.'I0 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Stree, p hone ^ RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vic-President I WANT MY MILK 1235 S !" H^ KOKN N !" &. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS POR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon MRS. MARIA FREYER Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS *ND PRIVATE PARTiE, ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDV J r !" VTNNA And Be Sure rn FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*' Dacro Protecten Tl I.. t-2tiji it % %  Miami | %  Visit Our Furm al tuftless surface gives you GREATER SLEEPING COMFORT No lumps, no liar I RICHARDSON FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furnifute for HOM|S HOTELS ond APART'Ml'N''* 636. N. W. 24th St. Near 7th AveSleeping on o Sealy is like sleeping on a



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PAGE 4 B Mt. Scopus Unit Installs The Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah held its annual installation luncheon June 5 at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Mrs. Morns Skop installed th? newly elected officers, among whom were Mesdames H. Miami Zionist Leaders Ask Followers To Support Israeli Bond Drive FHIDAY, juj^ Lost Meeting Until P ? 1 The Coral c!LlrJJ F Throe Zionist leaden in Miami have gone on record as being Installment Plan May Be Set lp By Opera 4uild An installment plan purchase of opera tickets ws proposed last week by Arturo d: Fillipi. C Miami Opera Guild Director, who wno iiv in fnvnr -f surP" ting the Moser president. N. Weidberg. <„g C e>'ed that purchasers should S500 000 0 00 State of Israel bond S. Strkcls and M. Burnstem. vice. S end him $2 the first of each ,, ,. sh presidentsJ. M. Fishman. troasmonth: bv the first of the year drive. Th.s week. HarjH am urcr J Hugerman. financial sect he cost of two pairs of opera piro. president of the Miami retary; H. Segal, corresponding tickets for "Manoo" to be given Beach District: Norman R. Ly, n America, out to all defenders | ^„." anil ? or mah secretary, and Mrs. A. M. Stone,'i n Januarj and "Fledermaus" in ons. president of Coral Gables Q f lemocracy in this country. V/„'S* Qle >' takeTTbcS recoraing secretary. February will be met. Better District: and Sanford M. SwerdWith this half billion dollars j lan "^nj-imin, 87-9995 aS5 will be somewhat higher, lin. president Of Miami District, which Israel seeks, the producI "T. rry Kess 'er.48-8503' TL* last meeting unt.l fall !? •t the B,sc ay „e Te *!Sl take place on the S,> Swerhn stated that the project| Tuesday, June 12. at **' h£.re this responsibility, and with it the pride and glory of building the State of Israel ed State of Israel bond issue "is of the Miami a challenge not only to every Jew After a brief bus^ the luncheon will h • %  !" follow, \*l Special Meeting Called A SDci 1 en f 1 : :._• 33. Pythiar Sisters, has been callea for June 14 at 8 p tn. at thi of Past Chief Mrs M. K tofl 1707 S. W. 15th St. Mrs J ; will : md Mrs Li A is J Brooks will preside Brownie Troop Presents Tovs To Ml. .Sinai Palienl> Children at Mount Sina: pita] n tufi loth animal.Friday from th( bers of Brownie Tro N 195. Biscayne El< animal.by tl ...... proj' Receiving gift : the chil In it 1 re Ba r I Whil • '. 0 child: en u I able to t to 1 sundeck in A in thi H K :• Ruth E :. Jil] (, Len Marta Ki Elair... Klein bart, Linda Ann Morris Gai] Pollak, Purdy, Adrienne Scl m L v n d a S inie Sin n e Steinl Eli; 1 • %  %  '.'/ .;.;. 1 v.\ ine • for Barl G %  1 • Dr. di Fillipi stated that in spite of thi I Inj involved he is willing to undertake it the sake %  making it p >smore Miamians to attend the performances. He calls tive M mbe; I the 1 Guild ol Gre itei Mi • %  •that any me ente '. will be refundi 1 lid I 1 the Guild if it i Di F thi ti iverhead inv >!' %  •• ; n creatii tentative budget for F $35,000: the amount needed to produce to pi I j .'•* S36.000. he Police To Discontinue Religious Description NEW YORK JTA>A re\nti-Defamation that continue pub.faith Of crinun '•'•' in1 with the irted • ration of the : Ben laniiri R. Epstein, ADL national d tor. reported here. Within ihret ifter the had circulai ize i 2.500 police chiefs, here and abroad, more than 500 re] received. Without .1 single ex eption, the} | that use • ption Jewish" or to identity a fugi%  ..'. phj n it only of littli police work but The Li I official statements. "American Zionists kK foran encouraging future and to the realization of the hopes of mankind at peace Shapiro "We firmlj believe that Jewry will In fulfilling IVI have • very confi• at the people of Israel will build a dynamic future not only for then -piung • %  ful and secure world. By making an investment in the future -if thi St ite of Israel we "..lping to secure our own futu: • '.. ins declared that the $500.000.000 bond issue constitutes e than the development of a new me for the Jewish State. It marks a decisive departure in the whole financial policy Of Israel. "Up to now, American Jew: y i primarily to contribute funds for philanthropic purposes to help destitute Jews to immigrate into Israel and to maintain them there d'iring the initial peri al ption. Now tl • Israel b.nd issue calls upon the American Jewish community to demonstrate its faith in the development of Israel By i'-nding money as a sound and safi investment. In floating a bond issue in this counttry the State of Israel has invited us to ... a full partner in the reconstruction of the Jewish homeland. I am confident that the Jews oAmerica are readv to will be strengthened, and its friends. >ar.dt%| people will be better enabled to | %  safeguard the freedoms they fought so desperately to attain. We must never forget that these freedoms create an output of strength both for the citizens of Israel and for Americans, too. for only a strong Israel can continue to function as a sister democracy in that part of the world." WORKERS $5.00 1-1 EMPLOYMENT M Phonta 1.M17 -MH, 1 N. E. 6th Itrw r your A fif tare is in ANORON'S posted in public p! i Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Storu White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sunday* Phone 4-3249 Presenting a birthday gift to Barbara Greene, a patient at Mount Sinai hospital, is Jill Granger, a member of Brownie Troop No. 195. 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IAY. JUNE 8, 1951 lewistFhridliar PAGE 5 B ate Over Sectarian Schools cerns Various Religious Groups Iven years ago, a bell rang Champaign, Illinois, school H, :n the school children in foual way about a change in ES, t Ihc echoes of that bell were to be heard throughout the eventually sounding loud 'clear in the United States feme Court. The bell had I: I the children to a new inscribing such anti-religious matter on the publii %  the brief stated. "The importance of the %  to J< ws not only in tei freedom of worship but also in terms of its deft nse ol candem icratic system overrides al] considerations and oui int< sion regardless ol the risk What wore tin dangers thai .ching in that school—.led the Jews!) group to take such Irian religious instruction— in so doing, touched off anji great debate in the his', battle over the separation fhurch and state in America. i ( bell also was the signal (the start of an intense debate Ins American Jews. That dei vstallized in a decision to pe American Jewry formally %  opposition to such sectarian thing in the public schools. he occasion for such a public fish stand was not entirely a Ipy one. When Mrs. Vashti ilium opened her now-faus fight against the program jit affected her son in the iimpaign school, the case was B Strong stand of opposition against the protestant ma which favored the program and has pushed it throughout the country? The basic argument was that such teaching was a breach of the fundamental American principle of separation of church and state. Specifically, the use of public school facilities for the Champaign release time program made the state a partner in religious instruction. In practical terms. American Jews, as a minority group, were certain to run into trouble from such programs, the two Jewish organizations contended. Both children and parents were open ut enough to lead the Jew-I to pressure to take part in such programs, the children out of a fear of being branded as "different,' and their parents out of similar fears of offending school officials and Christian neighbors. There were other abuses, the Jewish groups argued. Children of minority groups' could not always be assured of exemption lr c leaders to decide to join in. Mrs. McCollum was an |wed atheist and made that embarrassingly plain as rilt the case through the lowi Courts—where she lost—to the preme Court—where she won. fh Jewish stand was made loudi the National Community lations Avisory Council, which from instruction which was not On May 22nd installation ceremoniis of the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation were held. Among those present weij Melt to right, seated) Mrs. Isidore Fogel. 1st vice president: Mrs. Joseph Schwadron. president. Mrs. Murray Kirschenbaum, 2nd vice president. Standing. Mrs. Simon April, cultural chairman; Mrs. Ben Golden,, recording secretary; Rabbi Simon April, spiritual head of the Congregation; Mr. Lee Sh>int.-. master of ceremonies for the installation; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, overall chairman of the evening. Not present at the time the pictuia was taken are Mrs. Max Newberger. corresponding secretary and Mrs. Jack Stone, treasurer. m -mts all Jewish community itions groups, and the Synake Council of America, in of their religion. The brief mentioned one case in which both Catholic and Jewish children |ich Orthodox, Conservative, were getting religious instrucReform rabbinical and con| tion unaci Protestant sponsoreational national groups are sn j p Eresented. I still anotn0r wag tne (f | (V1 The two organizations filed a %  on Jewish children of Christian It ion in the Supreme Court I teaching of Jewish participation fciing as 'a friend of the court.' m tne crucifixion. The Jewish brief emphasized that the |d'ish groups were not happy Mrs. McCollum's views on groups said that it was not the business of the state to try to remove such teaching from inbut that the principle | s truction in church schools, it lved was more important. f'Wo wish not only to dissociourselves completely from anti-religious views of the bi ..:iit (Mrs. McCollum) but ph also to deplore the fact that sponsors of the original petiwas certainly not desirable, from the standpoint of relations: ips among school children, to permit it in the public schools. The Supreme Court, in throwing out the Champaign program did not end such teaching in the pi chose this case as a means of American public school system, The ruling did not directly affect the second type Of release time in which children are excused from scho >1 an hour each Flagler-Granada Camp Project For Summer The Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will concentrate it's efforts this summer on the eight weeks day camp, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Nathan Trauman. Full day sessions for children from 5i2 to 12 years will be held. They will be supervised by staff workers and trained counsellors w 11 h transportation furnished morning and evening. Activities will include daily swimming at Matheson Hammock, in addition to music, arts and crafts, dramatics, dancing and out sports. N. Trauman at 83-7663. To registei children, call Mrs. fomen Leaders Vow IN Support To Austin Memorial Day broadcast week for religious instruct around the world. Mrs. away from the school buildint U. Engel, president of the 1 The main effect of the McColf rial Council of Jewish Wornhim decision has been a change 1 affirmed the faith of her 1 of programs from those within Iganization that the United Nathe schools 'ward the second See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lite Ins. Co. 907 Bisc.iyne BldQ. 19 W. Flagler St. Diis can bring peace to the Drld. [Mrs. Engel was one of a dilektion of women leaders who r -< mod a Memorial Day declaim supporting the UN to Am|ssador Warren R. Austin, chief the U. S. mission to the UN. %  • declaration, as well as indidua] statements by the women Id Ambassador Warren's aner. was broadcast by the Voice America. The following organizations lined in issuing the statement: Inerican Nurses' Association. American Association of Univer|iv Women, General Federation Women's Clubs, League of •men Voters of the United Kates, National Council of CathllicWomen, National Council of Jewish Women, National Council p Negro Women, Young WornChristian Association of the Jnited States. type. Sever..I cases have been filed in lower courts of New York in efforts to halt the second variety, but all such cases so far have been rejected by the lower courts and none has yet reached tthe Supreme Court. (Next week another in a series on The Separation of Church and State.) S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious SuppD* For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 WORTH*? Pullman Accommodation* and Reserved Seats in De Luxe Coaches %  /fo&AWnAM£df\ !" SILVER METf OR : !" E SltV STAR % Mima* 4 Coocn Stfomlmtr THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-MADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN s Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY E25—NUMBER 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS Northside Jewish Center Suffers Dynamite Damages to Construction %* zw' I L. Mintzer, treasurer of the 1951 Combined Jewish al is pictured handing check for $200,000 to Ben-Gurion %  National Action Conference of the United Jewish Appeal In Chicago May 27ih, at which time more than 1.000 Jewish ks from 40 states participated. iter Miami Total For Israel Bonds >eds $540,000, Dr. Goodman Says of Israel bonds by the pi of Organization of the fcr Miami Committee for J of Israel Government now [$303,600, Dr. Morris GoodJchairman of the bond comt announced Wednesday. ponal goal of the campaign &0.000.000, Srith, the local unofficially set at $5,000.al local sale of bonds is now than $540,000. Dr. GoodIsaid, "and since national [are just over the $55,000,000 we are keeping pace with bational trend." Zionist Organization of •ica leads the Council of Orations of America sales to with $88,700, followed by issah with $85,950. Other ,'.: bond-selling groups are r Women. $33,850: B'nai S19.400: Farband, $12,200: -hi, $11,500; National Counf Jewish Women. $4,000. (triple Beth Sholom, $2,600; leth Israel, $2,000: Jewish ,e for the Aged. $1,100: HollyJewish Community Cen1,050; Miami Hebrew School Academy, $900; Temple 1. $800; Amreican Jewish Kress, $700. Goodman paid tribute to Harry Gersten, bond chairnf 11 Hadassah groups in later Miami, Mrs. Bee Jaffer, chairman of five Pioneer nen groups and to Ben Zion iburg and Sevmour B. Liebman co-chairmen of the Miami Beach district of Z. O. A. "Their work has been an inspiration to hundreds of volunteer workers who have gotten our drive off to a splendid start" Dr. Goodman reported. "While the work among organizations has been outstanding, we feel that thousands of Greater Miarhians remain to be solicited for bond purchases." Campus Charity Chest Aids Israel Institutions CORAL GABLES. Fla. (JTA) — Israel's three institutions ot highe:learning —the Hebrew University, the Weizmann Institute and the Haifa Technionwill benefit from this year 3 annual Campus Charity Ches conducted by the students at the University of Miami. Paul Anton and Ed Dick cochairmen of the Campus Chest s social welfare committee *aid that the decision to include the Israeli institutions to ^causes thev support was prompted b> a letter from Professor Albert Einstein. "In their classrooms and Offices Closed The offices of the Jewish Florlidian will be closed from sundown Friday evening town down Monday evening duet I the Shuvuoth holiday.. T &" rations are asked to observe.the 1 usual Jewish Flondian deadline for news. An explosion of dynamite caused a blast that ripped a hole more than a foot deep and almost three feet wide in the reinforced concrete floor Tuesday night at i 10 p. m. at the Northside Jewish Cent Plumbing in the wall was dam: I aged and long cracks were left in the newly set concrete blocks, several of which were scattered j on the floor. The new building which had about reached the | half-way mark towards comple' tion is located at 6500 N. Miami 1 Avenue. The blast alarmed many of the I I residents of the northwest section but at press-time no injuries were reported. Rumors were passed along Wednesday that members of the Klan were responsible in retaliation of the ; efforts of the ADL and other I prominent Jewish officials who steered to a successful conclusion '. the passing of a bill outlawing l the wearing of masks, the burn. ing of crosses and similar activities in the 1951 legislature. George Weisbaum, president of the Center, said he had no idea | who had set off the dynamite I charge and that there were no ; indications that the blast was the work of the Klan or any other organized group. Only clues found by investigating Patrolmen Robert Cowart and H. L. Lokos | were several pieces of fuse used to denote the charge. Various youth have been interrogated regarding the crime. Rumania To Increase Emigration To Israel TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Private 'reports received here indicate that the Rumanian government 1 may soon agree to permit a larger volume of Jewish emigration from that country to Israel. The reports assert that applications for passports and exit visas made bv prospective Jewish emigrants were now being handled more speedily by the Rumanian Ministry of the Interior following the assignment of Soviet expert, to fie Rumanian Ministry. Jewish technicians, now barred from emigration, may be permitted to leave the country under the reported new policy change, it was said, but doctors and technicians holding state posts would still be denied exit permits. The reports indiatcd that present conditions appeared favorable for negotiations for the release and emigration of several hundred Zionist leaders under arrest for Zionist activities. According to members of the I repairs made necessary by the congregation who have contacted explosion. the Jewish Floiidian the redica| The nearest other building to tion of the building which was the North Side Jewish Center ; to have taken place on July 4th the church of Jehovah's Witwill have to be postponed and nesses which is separated I additional funds raised for the the Center by a strip of land. Capitol Spotlight The Washington Times-Herald has replied to a protest by th %  B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League against the paper's editorial y with a fror.t-page attack on David K. Niles. who is widely :i in Washington as a fi iend of B'nai B'rith. Former Presidential Assistant Niles was the subject of sarcastic news stories in the Times-Herald and Chicago Tribune, both of which are published by Col. Robert R. McCormick. Amidst hints that Niles misused his position, it was alleged that "Capital observers regard Niles' desire to see the new state of Israel as that of a man wanting to see what he has created, for the Washington version is that Mr. Truman tossed the Israel problem to Niles and that he masterminded the independence of the Jewish state" "In his day," the story read, "Niles dispensed Federal patronj age, put his proteges into the government at a pace exceeded only by the influx of Frankfurter's bright young men, built political machines and masterminded presidential nominations." The Chicago Tribune version reported that Niles resigned when Truman became president but "the minority groups, who had found Niles a constant friend who provided them entree to the White House, howled their protests ar.d Mr. Truman persuaded Niles to stay." The Washington end of McCormick's Chicago-Washington axis is causing trouble to the worried representatives of the ADL in Washington. The Times-Herald recently suggested editorially that a B'nai B'rith-sponsored publication, which taught tolerance, be thrown out of the schools and the paper added, "throw its advocates out, too." It was then that the advocates" (the ADL) wrote a letter to the Times-Herald and the paper replied wih its attack on Niles. It is recalled here that the Tribune not long ago published a I front-page story which purported to be an expose of a "secret : government" comprised of Jews in Washington. The Times-Herald i and Tribune have editorially attacked such Jewish leaders as Asso; ciate Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Sen. Hebert H. Lehman, Rep. Arthur G. Klein, ard others. The Times-Herald prominently displays columns bv Westbrook Pegler which seek to link Jews with Communism. Material published in both papers has been used by i Gerald L. K. Smith in his anti-Semitic hate sheet, the "Cross and Flag." President Truman held such high regard for Niles that he told him it must be "distinctly understood that when you have had your rest ard vacation, you will report to me and we will have a further conversation on what to do in the future." This has been interpreted as meaning that Niles was so important to the government througn I his knowledge of minority problems that Truman wants him back. It has also been taken as an indication that Truman may have de, cided on another term in the White House. Niles joined the White House staff in 1942 and worked closely as Federal Emergency Relief Administrator in Massachusetts. Niles next came to Washington and worked with the late Harry Hopkins on national relief. It has been suggested by Jonathan Daniels in "The Man of Independence" that Niles in 1944 may have been the first to suggest to President Roosevelt the name of Truman as a running mate. Thus, it is thought Truman might really have Niles to thank for the presidency. ...„. Niles joined the White House staff in 1942 and worekd closely i with Roosevelt on minority problems. He remained in the White : House longer than any of the others who were close to Roosevelt. Gen Henry Vaughn, the President's military aide, is known to have feuded with Niles and anti-Semitic attacks from all over the country were made against him because he was the only Jew high on the White House staff. But Truman underscored what he t.-.ought ot i Niles with high praise and to made it quite evident that he con, sidered Niles' resignation last month as a distinct loss to the gov! ernment. ttburg and Seymour B. Lieotor ** %  ^^ _^ bwelT RotkLiberman, Frank Win Miami Beach Council Race VSTTtll, IWVI., Miami Beach voters cast 12,902 _^_^__ r-.:-: D. U Pow*Q BuiMtt Both Miami Beach voters cast 12,902 ballots Tuesday the largest number of votes even cast in a Beach election—1 ; reelect mcurn, : man to I id Bernard Frank to a 2 yea term. T -• ln nt a : v mously nan j Ma: nd Roth, vice May u % % %  0" %  Harold Turk was commended in a resolution duties during th. last two oul • '?, ni e Klein for his pubh s ,, AH 1 %  th / city's bond The ed the following v tes %  /.well. 5 325; Roth. 4.801. L.berman, 4668 Frank. 3,873. Harold Shapiro polled only 652 less votes than Councilman Frank with Jack Abbott coming in sixtn. Marcie Liberman Bernard Frank __ — t



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PAGE S B FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1951 frJewisti fhr/kUofj FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1951 PAGE 7B Greta Andron, Beach Girl, Achieves Great Honors With Phi Beta Kappa Key Greta Andron. daughter of Dr. of and Mrs. David S. Andron of Miof the University of ami Beach, was honored this week when she received the highest distinction from the University of Florida. Miss Andron was presented with the Phi Beta Kappa Achievement Award as well Fame Florida. Upon graduation on June 11, Miss Andron will leave for Loon Lake Hotel, Loon Lake, N. Y., where she will be in charge of young folks' activities and social program. After the summer season she will make an extended trip to Europe and Israel. Greta Andron as the Allan Award for outstanding scholarship, service and leadership. In making the awards. President Miller of the University stated. "No man has ever contributed more to Florida University and no woman could have done as much." Greta, who will graduate on June II with highest honors attainable at the University, has established a record not only in her studies, but in all extra curricula activities as well. She is president of Trianon, the women's service and leadership honorary organization; president of Florida Players; vice president of National Collegiate Players; charter member of Radio Guild; feature columnist and exchange editor of The Alligator, the university newspaper: Gator Growl executive in charge of Homecoming; and Student Leader. She holds seven honorary keys and achieved membership in the Hall Capt. Schindler To Depict Life In City Of Tel Aviv Life in the city of Tel Aviv in 1951, will be described for the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith membership at their regular meeting or. Tuesday, June 12th, 8:15 p. m.. at the Miamian Restaurant. Captain Irvin Schindler of the Israeli National Airlines and Mrs. Schindler, will tell of their TXperience in present dav Israel, describing the many problems which confronted the pair and their two children as residents in the new state. Captain Schindler and his wife both hold air pilot's certificates. He was stationed in Paris and Rome during his affiliation with the Israel National Airlines. The Captain contributed heroic services to the State of Israel before its emergence as a democratic state. Sholem Lodge will also present Rev. Maurice Mamches in popular vocal selections. Otht r IIHIMU.II entertainment is planned. Chairman for the evening's program will be Frank Jaffe. All B'nai B'rith members, their families and friends are invited to attend. A brief business session will precede the program and refreshments will be served. Jerome H. Weinkle will preide at the meeting. ADV&QB ON JEWISH HOMEMAKINO AnliiM.i-i Snnli.i Smiling over success to date of Greater Miami Israel bond campaign are, left to right, Milton S. Malakoff, community manager; Robert Nathan, economist and author: Joseph Cherner, whose purchase of S360.000 in Israel bonds is iimo-iq highest in nation; and Seymour B. Liebman. chairman oi bor.d drive's Council of Organizations. Sv*ral Women Sought By Kin The Jewish FlDridiin has been requested by the National Council of Jewish Women for assistance in locating the following: Dina Winthrop, whoe cousin, Mrs. Rebecca Peltz, recently resettled i.-i Milwaukee, Wis, and is anxious to get in touch with her. Mrs. Winthrop is believed to be living somewhere on Miami Beach. Mrs Peltz was the former Rebecca Scharf, daughter of Abraham Wigdor, Lipier, Poland. Anyone knowing of Mrs. Winthrop's whereabouts should contact Mrs. Florence Finkelstein at the Council office Langford Building, or phone 3-6554. Tin' Council also wishes to locate three sisters, Dollie, Millie .md Rosie Brodsky. They were 'lorn in Lipno. Poland, and their mother's name was Helen. They arc being sought by their niece. Miss Helen Brodsky, room 206, • 90 Broad St., Newark, N. J. Local Leaders Elected To National Seminary Messrs. Samuel Friedland and Charles Fruchtman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center have been elected to the executive committee and Messrs. Jack Ablin, Macey Kronsberg and Joseph Rose have been elected to serve on the national planning and campaign committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the fifth annual conference of the group held recently in New York City, it has been announced by Daniel G. Ross, chairman. More than 200 delegates from conservative congregations in all parts of the United States and Canada who attended the confer! ence approved a new maintenance budget for 1951-52 calling I for communities to raise $2,130,CONGRESS OF JESWISH WOMEN of Miami Beach elected 000 in the year ahead, to meet and installed new executives at a recent luncheon meeting in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony hotel. From left, are: Mrs. Louis Glasser, honorary president; Mrs. Irving Lehrman. president: Mrs Sylvia Chertkof and Mrs. Clarence Cohn, vice presidents. operating expenditures of the Seminary, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America HERE IS A CONTEST FOR FL0RIDIANS ONLY in CASH Prizes NO PUZZLES TO SOLVE! NOTHING TO BUY! NO BOX TOPS TO SEND IN! YOU CAN BE ONE OF THE 30 WM€*S Here's a simple and easy contest—the chance of a lifetime to win $1000.00 in i|Mii< %  MM



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TUNE 8. 1951 J(**i*t> fkridrtm PAGE 3 A 11 Say ling out of the neighborhood that wa 5 the ghetto, we pass an old, brown church, with of a friendly Jesus, extending an inviting aids the Synagogue. The facade is ra1 lace, and Rome has too many magnificent to warrant stopping, even for a casual we pass, the eye catches some Hebrew kve the front entrance. SSIONARY CHURCH is this? Our guide, a Hebrew teacher, exEat in this church Jews were compelled t > yery Saturday to Christian monks anxious ftheir souls. The first sermon was preached the last in 1847. A beadle would inspect of the audience to see if tthey were sttuffed Iton or wax. He also carried a stick to p ik taking a midday snooze. I then recalled the aly Cross Day, by Robert Browning, iggledy piggledy, packed we lie, ,ats in a hamper, swine in a stye, fasps in a bottle, frogs in a sieve, /orms in a carcase, fleas in a sleeve, list! square shoulders, settle your thumb \nd buss for the bishop—here he comes." OF CATECHUMENS reminded me to ask about the House of the mens, which should be not too far away. „..tening name, dreaded by the denizens of Cttto meant neither a penitentiary nor an asylum. Its inmates, having expressed an t in conversion, were taught the Catholic sn1 —hence the formidable name. The Ghetto iced with the upkeep of this institution, which sly instructed its Jewish neophites to bebetter renegades. This boarding school became -is for satisfying revenge. A grudge bearer had to report that his enemy expressed [c to become a Christian. The bailiffs, heedless t.sts, carried him off to this new home rd and schooling free. u ptised, it was a capitol crime to lapse i Judaism. The Inquisition saw to it that ?nses hgppened rarely. There was the ca se ip Theater Casts "Golden Boy" Play ling of "Golden Boy" by %  ami Beach Group Theatre take place Wednesday, lay and Friday evenings 8:30 and 10:30 at Free. 715 Washington Avejj ted by Jim Mischler. bvuoth Music On Air Shuvuoth music and will be heard on Simon inJewish program over fcn v.TEC from tw i to three I Roman Relics Of The Jewish Past of a bachelor, who changed his mind about marrying' He made th e formal charge and escaped the shackles of matrimony when his bride was removed to the House of the Catechumens. In 1604, a coach drew up bei ire the dwelling of Rabbi Joshua Ascarelli and invited him and familv for a ride. This was a -;. ia] concession, for under Papal rule Jews were not permitted to ride in carriages. They were taken to this dreaded place. After a long detention, the parents were released. Their four children, ages ranging from four to twelve, had their souls saved at the baptismal font. Theoretically, the church disapproved of force in bringing about conversions. But evidently few appeals reached the College of Cardinals. Once sprinkled with holy water, it was too late to recant, anyhow. THE COLOSSEUM Crossing the Tiber, the open, horse-drawn taxi brings us to the Roman Forum. Here amidst the ruins of Caesar's purple empire, we see two memorials of ancient glory connected with the Jewish past. The Colosseum gives an idea what thorough builders the old Romans were. In scale and magnitude, it is the biggest thing that survived the crash of Imperial Rome. Pagan temples are usually small, unimpressive, tho elegantly proportioned. There was no need for large auditoriums since Pagans never prayed en mase. There was a chamber for the altar to the God or Goddess, for whom a priest or Vestal received votive offerings. Mass prayer came with Christianity, which carried over public praying from the Synagogue. Far more important to the heathen was the large ampitheatre. These circuses could hold as many as 100,000 spectators. The sight of man slaying his fellow beast was as essential to the rabble as bread (panem et circenses). In the year 70, the desperate Jewish rebellion was crushed. The war made the fortunes of the Flavii, a family of humble origin in contrast with the now extinct line of the aristocratic Julius Caesar. To Vespacian and Titus was accorded a triumph, By HARJRY SIMONHOFF the magnificence of which amazed even a Roman populace accustomed to gorgeous spectacles. The accumulated wealth of centuries, looted from the prosperous Judean state made the mob gasp with astonishment. The conquerors also brought plenty of F.O.W.'s. Many were sold in the slave market for the benefit of the Roman treasury, which the war had depleted. The new Imperial House figured it high time to give the rabble a new arena that would startle the world. They had plenty of rock and marble. So 30,000 Jewish captives were now put 1 1 work. It took them an incredibly short time to build the Colosseum, of all amphitheatres the most replete with splendor. ARCH OF TITUS But this was not enough. The Jewish war shook the empire to its foundations.' An independent Judea would be a dangerous example to other conquered states. Besides, it was also the victory of polytheist Paganism over monotheitic Judaism. So the parvenu Flavians would erect an arch of triumph that would stand forever. On the edge of the Forum, close to the Via Sacra, in the shadow of the Augustan palace on the Palatine hill, the Arch of Titus still shows the Jewish trophies displayed at the Triumph. ITS SIGNIFICANCE Thruout the middle age, Jews would never walk under this arch, preserved by the Church as a reminder of the vengeance exacted by the Crucified God of love and mercy upon the descendants of a generation that rejected him. Today, there is powerful symbolism on this Arch of Titus, intended as the gravestone to the Jewish state and its religion. In bas-relief, its Holy Ark, its sacred utensils of the Temple service, its seven branched Menorah are still the indicia of a* living Judaism. The Judean state Titus destroyed has arisen before our eyes as Medinat Israel. But the broken column of Jupiter Captolinus sprawling on the ground nearby represents a tyranny and a Paganism that will never revive. KIN DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT H. W. Haag Harding Ave. Ph. 86-6904 Miami Beach Shochet on Premises e •. Wed. & ThCVS. 'til Noon JILFORD'S POULTRY CO. [101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami Phone 2-7808 8c 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! —Associated T'hoto Beth David ReJerome Gordon. Educational Director vide recreational facilities for close Shapiro smiles approval to 700 students. Rabbi Max SPECIAL l.iu-ky Strike [Howling Drives Special Student Rates Daytime—Evenings 25c—3te Leagues $1.05 2975 S. W. 8th Street Call Res. 43-3515 Club 1. Pioneer Women Sponsor Father's Day Dinner On Beach Sunday The Pioneer Women's Organization, Club No. 1. is sponsoring a father's day dinner on Sunday, June IT. at 6 p. m. at Be h Tfila Congregation, 93o fcuciia Ave. An appropriate pro has been planned. Proceeds from the affair will be alloted f-.i aid to the children of I The subscription of SI.50 covers a full course dinner. Heading the 'frangements committee are Mrs Esther Garberand Mrs Pakula-assis Mrs. S. Krantz, M Brodes, Minnie Breger. and >' Mi August The family of the late Gershon desires to express its sincere appreciation for the many kind expressons of sympathy during its bereavement. Dht Auyult Zanufy, Miamians Attend Regional Meeting Of Florida Hadassah The Florida Region of Hadassah held its spring board meeting in Wintei haven on Wednesday. A large contingent of Hadassah i m emb this community | who attended the all-day sesj sion, included. Mrs. Murry Grossman, president: Miss Lillian ; Goodman, vice-president; Mrs. Leonard Egert, secretary; Mrs. Barney Weinkle. treasurer; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, member of the board: Mrs. Irwin Weinstem, president, Greater Miami ChapMrs. Jack Bernard, president. Shaloma Group: Mrs. H. C. Moser. president, Mt. Scopus Group. Presidents of the eighteen chapters throughout the state and other executive regional personnel heard a report from Herman Popkin. director. Southern Zionist Youth Commission and \I,i, n s. MalakoffGreater Miami Manager, American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel. Program, fund-raising a nd membership plans were coordinated and will he presented to the more than 5.000 women who are members of the Florida Region of Hadassah. The Polk County Chapter was hostess for the luncheon and evening social session. Hadassah Beach B. & P. Appoints Committee Heads A meeting of the Beach Hadassah, Business and Professional Group, will take place Monday evening at 8:30, in the Education Building of the Jewish Center. 17th Street and James Avenue. Program Chairman Jean Berman announces that after the business meeting, Miss Ruth Haber will Rive a reading followed by community singing, Committee Chairmen appointed for the ensuing year ore as follows: Jean Herman, program: Frances Lebon. membership: Doris Pardo, fund-raising: Zelda Kotzcn, Youth Aliyah: Mildred Krupsaw, child welfare; Lilian Goodman, youth commission, (with Doris Pardo, co-chairman) and Israel Bonds; Evelyn Alter, Hadassah Medical Organization; Jean Brown, education and American affairs; Sadie Alexander, publicity; Lena Siflinger, Hadassah supplies; Dorothy Parker, organization; Esther Goodman, Jewish National Fund; Ceil Rubin, trees; Etta Botwinick. Chai cards; Ruth Haber, bulletin editor; Rose Goldner. refreshments; Anne Lobel, telephone. Gala Costume Ball For Young Adult Group A gala costume ball will initiate the opening of the summer program of the Coral Gables Young Adult Group. The costume ball will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Community Center, Sunday, June 17th. Dancing will begin at 8:30. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded for the best costumes. A costume is a "must" for admittance. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES A SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION" A superior education is available for your child at OAt Hebrew Academy Sixth Street and Jefferson. 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PAGE 12 B +Jen i*t FhrkMatf District Convention Honors Newmark r.< • nard New i t Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. was ,,t the recent District Grand Lodge No. 5 tioi held in Columbia, South C utstanding memb menl activity dm ing : I A 1_" Liiild statuette ir iphy w is awarded to Newn irk by Melvin S. Harris, distrii I | lent, directing ..nd c i-ordinating the membership campaign in state of Florida during the past ir Newmark was one I the B'nai B'nth leaders resp ms for the organization ol the newest South Florida B"nai B'rith the Flamingo Lodge No. 1869 of Hi Sprii Newmark is a past .>f his B'nai B'rith lodge in W >' m, Pennsylvania %  • [y appoint irman ( the tivil %  entire state of Fl State P esi lent E. Alb I Ni % %  was ship woi kers hon at 1 district c mventi i Radio Workshop Air Show Changes Broadcast Time Radio Worksh p I D n racy, weekly I .... noun its b P Sundaj I 8 • WMIE. This wi %  script written ': v. well ki tirisl has %  | il Appearing in thi .. proJ P. Fox D ma] I Yai my, Joe Atkins, Earl Wainwrignt, Bernard Zw eigel, A thu Mi George Lefca Davi D Gertrude Marx Miaiiiian Invents Practical l>adgldri h, Jennie G sing • Est St -. J lei Z %  SAMPLING THE FOCD THAT HELPED WIN THE lK'ii stitutions Magaiine Merit Award is Delano hotel genial a ger Charles C. Goldberg. Slicirg some of the delicious J Chef Emil Hcchrein. Purchasing Steward M;nny Mir.de! wi the "taittjst." The Delaro received the award made in Z nual food service contact conducted natiorally 8 m 0 nq J ing institutions and given to the Delano for highest sttafc* sanitation and for superlative achievemert i n storing -wi preparing and serving food. THESE ARE THE DREAMS COME TRUE • The dream of a haven for the homeless anJ oppressed among the Jewish people;; •. • Tin dream of .i State of Israel, free, strong and independent. • Thi dream of that State as a firm democracy, dealing as an equal with other nations... rjt : /->— %  -*.i 123136 lUy' t~/ •-,* %  -.-S.~-. -OMSTMOUSAMO DOLLARS £ii=-3^$SErSL 2 vnUR oN ~ T&m\\j\3** ,-^-t^crS zgf&^zsr: srjt. < T*?=* %--.: i ).-.,*. %  These are (he dreams which hate found reality in the State of Israel. These are the dreams which will find greater fulfillment through the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. YOU CAN BUY ISRAEL BONDS TODAY 3V, % Co„on Bond, from $500 o $100,000Savings Bond, from $50 to $10,000Maturity Value 150% of l„u. Amount AMERICAN %  -&£CORPORATION FOR ISRAEL State of Israel Bonds C0\(JRE.SS IlllllhlMi MIAMI, FLORIDA ''op.ciiei a*d iubK/.piK*, Wont, -or o, obio.n.d at in. o0o. add/.M



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PAGE 6 A >*/** fkrfdttr FHIDAY <( Strictly Neighbors" Miss June Goldwin Weds Herbert Ellis nniEi Married on Mav 3 were Miss By HELEN ALPERT June Goldwin. daughter of Mr. LOOKING BOTH WAYS: and Mrs Alexander Goldwin, By this time, hostilities will have taper down, as the Political ~^ 0 Q Ocean Terrace. Miami BMy this time, hostilities will have tapered down, as the Political B eacn a nd Herbert Moore Ellis, of our Miami Beach neighbors in office. The candidates who won son 0 j JJ !S Hannah Ellis and the will feel they've been well-chosen. The defeated will appreciate that their merits did not show through clearly enough. So they'll try it all over again, next time Funniest incidents I personally chalked up in the campaign total two. The first took place at a public dinner. Earlier, spotting me. one candidate had gripped me in a tremendous handshake as he swore to uphold All the Best Laws in the Land with palpitating fervor Twenty minutes later, he leaped like a gazelle t.> the table I occupied with several others. Eagerly he said to the man beside me. "Is that your wife. I'd love to meet her." At that. I dug my face out of the shrimp cocktail. "Oh." he said very dejectedly. "It's only Helen." Second incident happened in my own doorway. An old gentleman conscientiously peddling cards solicited my vote for his candidate. I said. "I ain't voting for your man." .Pleasingly, I awaited late Dr. Max Ellis. The ceremony took place in the home of the bridegroom. 980 W. 48th St.. Miami Beach. The bride was given in marriage by her father, with Mrs. F. A. Keshen as matron of honor. Maxine Paetro, niece of the groom, was flower girl, and Samuel Paetro. brotherin-law of Mr. Ellis, acted as best man. A reception followed the .ice. The couple were both students at the University of Miami. The now at home following a wedding trip through Florida. an interesting harangue, to change mv mind. He : >k one look bridegroom served three years in at me. revulsion suffused him, and he beat it. the Army. The newlyweds are TWC ORCHIDS: Two invisible tokens of esteem, costing me an invisible S5 each, are here dispatched to Mayor Harold Turk and his wife Stella. Watching the spothnght slide to it's t:me to note Miami JCRS Chapter what a wonderful pair, in so many ways, the Turks are. In n /-• j n public life, it's Th e Little Woman who counts heavily, too. And rlCHlS Uard Party I] recognze—who've thought about it at all—Stella made an A card party will be held on •' %  am-mate of intelligence and charm, No one will June 11th at 8 p. m. at the Sea-, forget that Cuba Day banquet when she wore %  comber Hotel. 1725 Collins Ave., j from our Good Neighbors—the stunning traditional black by the Greater Miami Jewish gown and mantilla—which she matched with her increasingly Consumptive Relief Society. Tickknowledge of Spanish language and customs. Some A etc may be obtained from the I a majestic touch—her own zest I I .' %  •< up to a unique and chairman Naomi Friedman at I -. King position. And this she did with genuine success I think 48 -5ti82. or the co-chairman. inner often, in contrast, when I rem. nt made one lian storch. at 9-6173. Refresh-I by a friend. I didn t vote foi J id. "because ments wil] be served Proceeds' will go to the society for its work • .-.::• n Ravitz watchful II sh ime, : e ..-• J is one of th< I —" Si been a magnificent helpmate. May all >od things attend I Id Tu -.-—' PEOPLE: Sj i ia] Di ih in ft Sa Bi H< i nupl man H e slated for S< ptem' tony. Sail I tted f to going set tin T: v n ly Short bouncing %  • CAMPUS TALK: i dropped in T lesd % % %  • moment %  : %  •' • ith hi notht Shi 's invaJ. m • %  ROTC • Virgil I month. %  • %  v nl %  W : :.. c. rni • ., list in estra Social worker Julius i. Sunday from Cape Mav. N. J, and the camp there .Daughter of the outh Miami Ave.. Eileen, is wanting ., spot someradio ed 01 The Hurricane VISITING: Kr S "r' Rl klnd and Mrs Rivkind get back late on June 6 from JgL Molt**£ • Saul and Syd are on vacation, £ TROUBLErunning the President Madison Hotel ... AH S K" h he 5! 3 !" } h v e bleach ers at Flamingo Park's plav field—' H ih ?,MnH d ['n ds f b g and %*• T>phoon fans from Miam Beach "^ ? .t themselves standing up and wearied throughout the c^tllJ ^l g ^J ht J her eVe mg Such bl 8 a "d little imp re! FAMILY.p;RTY: ard ~ and "** ,„ 2" ,l ? ir o be f"tifully quiet farm in Davie. tfte Max Keanes SWMyia a& int. BsHrurE among tubercular patients. %  not ?. %  %  %  a "in Miami Ave. Eileen, is wanting a Shes' president of AER. which is I dont know what it stands for—but is the honorary "">' !h '> : M • • %  Bert Goldberg is new man The Miami Beach Jewish Center was the scent i I wedding of Mr. Irving Shlomowitz and his bride, the low Beach. The couple exchang-ad vows before Rabbi Irving Leta* Rabb: Joseph Rackovsky and Cantor Jacob Y. Coldrinih tor Joseph Malek also participated. %  >A.U Th weddin 9 took place on Lag B Orr.ar, Thursdar. Mq 24th in the presence of ove? 300 tttends and realties of tht 3 and g.oom. The r%id of honor was Mist ida hosen and Ida as best man was the bride's brother. Morde:ai Rosch FSIIMB the ceremony, a reception was held in the Center Dinbg R The couple plan tc live in Miami Beach. twMI| *•••• J(e3ervationA J\ou For Choice Accommodatic-s DINCBAGGA> I.\X c. HENDERSONVILLE, N 1 1 .-tlJ a/uiMi C-titmi American Pln Beginning at S50 Weekly Jur.e lit to October 1st—Brochure On Request I ffe###Q Your Hosts. Blanche and Sid Lewis )f f f|j —Abbey start Robert Allan Spiegel son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Spiegel, of 23 Oviedo Avenue, Coral Gables, will be confirmed this Saturday /June 9th) at Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Robert, a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, will be honored with a reception at the home of his parents, the following day from 2 to 5 p.m. ScMHtapKOSHE'A CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evenings) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami '•'--J fMh* Fancy Catering Weddings. Parties 8c Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 FOR THE BRIDE Beautiful Large Satin ,„. Lingerie Cases with cluster of pastel sachets Only $4.00 Unusual Shower Gifts THE BRIDES BLUE GARTER Call 9-6852 Baby gets a good start! 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING Beech-Nut Cereals help Baby grow: Taste so good he eats without coaxing" Start Baby on Beech-Nut a n •**'*' ommends cereals. 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KJNE 8. 1951 Up eis Auxiliary Father's iff Plan jjual father's day gift (been announced by the fcapter of the National Auxiliary of Brandeis y. jng to Mrs. Joseph DunBrman of the project, enables anyone who %  o donate $200. $3.00, or Ithe purchase of a book |V..ndeis library in honor emorjr of, their father, Then—in place of a : jiving on Father's i. their father or loved ive a card stating hag been donated in i and by whom. Rethe library shelf many lay. will be the book that enabled the library jr'ith its flyleaf beauti[ %  nbed for all the years -JewistiQorl&Mi i Gables B.B. Women Award Certificates I Bnai B nth Women was awarded a certificate of merit for PAGE 11 A Miamians Lead Panels At District Convention Miamians who led panels at the 5th District B'nai B'rith ConLewis Pomerantz and Mrs. HeranS Com mittee, led the discus: man Brenner. sion on Veterans Affairs ArnTJ .h a K d meo V n ,*. on TL "' S The convention honored Mrs Pozen the SJu *? Si ? I ne y I f l F"' clsUom (>f Mia !" Beach! r-ozen the delegates gave their for her many years of devoted report on the convention. service to B'naf B'rith Women Nextregular meeting of the at the major luncheon on the ""P.*' 1 be a lun c h !" t the program. Mrs. Hanv Kaufman group Biscayne Terrace Hotel",' Tueswas elected vice presidenToMhe District Grand Lodge and Mrs. day, June 12th. Reservations may be made by calling the chairman, Mrs. Alan Benjamin at 87-9995. Ida Optner selected as historian. Mrs. Sally Wellins was elected deputy of the District. jrpnse of the Women's i s to build and furnish In v of Brandeis UniveriValtham, Massachusetts, Jewish sponsored, nonYoung Orthodox Jew, 13, Whispers "Shema Yisrael' Wins Spelling Honors WASHINGTON (AJP) A the tricky description of French handsome 13-year-old former cooking—cuisine—plus 'insouciHebrew school student who whis' ance -' to emerge the nation's top tShY comMraMveW pered praycrful !" 'Shema SP f^ 4 u Inougn a compaidiiveiy ... The victorv hronpht Irvinir a tanization, the Miami Yisrael' throughout h,s two-day I $500 awardVom the Scrfpps of the Women s Auxil' long battle against hundreds of | Howard Newspapers. The youth Brandeis, which meets | the nation's top spellers emerged and his parents also enjoyed a Ice yearly boasts a mem| emerged as America's Champion j weekend stay in New York at a lot over 400. ,-.,.„ swank hotel as guests of the ii information about this Day Gift plan can be telephoning Mrs. Duntov npable %  %  eatabliahng undei license (1 1 at !• >putable Intro! I Ineu la nol dtfi-onriucted under •< copj Minimum *>( $750. = i. l, 2. r t i-i la u ;iin "Shema Yisrael J., c/o Box 2973. Miami 18, ICOUNSELLOR Children's Home st Drive. Live in. Phone 48-8312 Speller. Beaming Irving Bclz. of Momphis, Tenn., w>n the top nonors in the 24th National Spelling Bee championship held at the National Press Club here. Throughout the competition here which pitted hundreds of the nation's brightest youngsters, one agamst the other, young Belz, barmitzvahed last August, uttered half to himseli ovgr and Shema Yisrael." More than competitors and two finalists later Irving's prayers were answi He was national champ. newspaper chain. New Film On Cancer Shown To Directors Of Dade Institute A new film, "The Family Physician and Cancer," had its first showing at a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Dade County Cancer Institute with And Irving, who eats nothing President J. Gerald Lewis, prebut kosher food, breezed through sidjng Thc film advocatea test ing. for cancer in industry to parallel the successful anti-tuberculosis campaigns by routinechest x-rays. It is to be distributed by the Dade County Cancer Institute and the Medical Ke96th Street. Reception Saturday At Shore Club Honors Rubin-Ser Bethrothal The Shore Club on I Miami j search Foundation of Dade CounBeach Saturday night will be the I ty as a part of the Professional Education Program in Cancer. A sound track will be prepared in Spanish for distribution throughout the Pan-American area. The film stresses the importance of the family doctor's office FOB RENT Apt. — Twin Beds. ; £Je^o7a7eceptton honoring the | Education Program in Cancer. A pullman i engagement of Mildred Rubin. living room, kn, all electric. Beautifully daui&ter'oi Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1 Private grounds. Goodl R ubj of Brooklvn, and Julius p0 c r c a v! 1 ?. n adults only 505 Ser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ser, JBLET ON BEACH like to sublet to strictly people 2 bedroom. 2 |furn. apt.. Bendix. for months. Phone 5-7764. 811 Jefferson Avenue. Mildred is a graduate of the as today's best cancer deleelen ,llege of Trenton. Mr. Ser center demonstrating how effiCollege graduated from the University ol Florida. cient these centers become in detecting early cancer as part of a M,, Louis Rubir.father•* the routine ^jg^^SfSS^ thropic circles, and is treasurer of the National Doll Manufacturers Association of New York. He is co-chairman of the UJA Division of the Toy and Doll Incomer, completely hedaed d" slr >': treasurer of the FedermM-Bed,oo P mK£ffiation.of Jewish Philanthrop.es ifully turn. Home, 2-BedAssociation, chairman of Opei aFOR 2 Baths. Beautifully caped. Good income propMust be seen to be apsled. For Appointment. |e 7-0174. tion-Toys for Israel"; and also an officer of the Habonim Youth Center. of regional cytology centers to which he may mail his tests for early cancer diagnosis. By checking the common, accessible sites of the development of cancer; e.g. the breast, the uterus, the skin, the oral cavity, the lungs, the stomach and the rectum, early and curable cancers may be found. LEAGUE LEADER BUYS AN ISRAEL BOND. Cal Abrams of the Brooklyn Dodgers, who has the highest batting average in the National League, connects with another solid hit as he buys a Stat* of Israel Bond from Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Emil N. Barr. Judge Baar is Chairman of the Brooklyn Division of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds. ALL KINDS ^ir Pieces. Wigs. Sheitles Made To Order ROSE DRUTIN | 644 Meridian Ave. Phone 5-1780 JUST BPOS. 'a the ai iTf Milton Friedman Elected Daddies Club President Milton A. Friedman. Miami attorney, was elected as vice-president 'of the Coral Way School Daddies Association. Other officers include Dr. Claude Eccles. president; Carl Reetz, second vice-president: Herman OSteen. third vice-president: Do u R laa ">^v*vn' Bowman, treasurer; Ted Malakoff, recording secretary and Sam Steinberg, corresponding secretary. Project of the association is the improvement of the facilities and conditions at the school. Rabbi Leon Kronish Addresses Palm Beach Bond Rally Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom was the principal speaker Wednesday night in West Palm Beach as that city launched its Israel Bond campaign. Leaders of West Palm Beach's Jewish community held a parlor meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Webman. 5101 Kenyon Trail. Rabbi Kronish, a member of the national speakers' bureau of the Israel bond campaign, outlined the reasons for the drive and pointed out the steps taken in the Greater Miami campaign. He emphasized that all of the money realized from the flotation of the nationwide. S500.000.000 Israel Independence Issue will be used for the industrial and agricultural development o£ the new republic. Principal reason for selling bonds as soon as possible Rabbi Kronish said, "is to allow the continued immigration of more than 200,000 Jews a year." He also stated that during the Greater Miami drive, which began May 7, more than half a million dollars in bonds were sold in 11 days, mainly through the untiring efforts of hundreds of volunteers. The number of buildings under construction in Israel during U50 showed an increase of 107 percent over 1949. Further large expansion of Israel's housing facilities, to accommodate the 200,000 immigrants expected each year for the next three years, will be made possible by the $500,000,000 State of Israel Indepence Bond Issue. I SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE |l N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday — 12-Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. 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PAGE 10 A +JeMnt>r*Mr9r FRIDAY JUNE I Golda Meyerson Pioneer Women Install Officers The Pioneei •• rm n G Id i ion Club of Miami install ition : :': ers at lunc oon given at the h in il Mrs i S. Sh p :: n M IJ 2 M | nclud Mrs. Lena Pushkin, ; vice-president M Halpern: -• %  n I vi e-p • ient. T: Th ilma Kitzen: t [rs. Sarah Shapoff: fin.-.: secretary, Mrs. Sonia Robl recording secretary. Mrs. Eva Kahn; corresponding secret Mrs Anna Sorin Bild: loc*al letary, Mrs. Lillian Apfel, and icial secretary, Mrs. .Anna Selt• •: %  The following committee cl >n were appointed: Moatzat Hapoalot, Mrs. Ethel Dorff and Jennie Dunson; Child Rescue Fund Pearl Krieger and Anna Frye; Membership, Vera Zeltzer ...nd Anna Seltzer: Jewish National Fund. Sophie Seeman and Becky Kreimer: Dues. C '.., % %  Sunshine, Jennie Dunn %  iltural, Ruth Uliss: Publicity. Shirley S. Queen. Mrs Anna Sorin Blid. outgoing president, installed the new i fficers, and gave the annual re|K)rt of the year's activities Mrs Vaffer chairman of P. VST. inci] .addressed the member: %  irtance .'. buy. ig b mds. Host the luncheon :r. Shapoff. Zelt%  sr, Smulii P J ..K • Beth Sholom Graduates To Receive Diplomas %  •. %  Dec la r a 11 oi %  • %  : %  '. -.: 1 Leon I %  I E :. %  %  Step : SpeL -• '•-:Harriel I Louis Schwartzman. of Miami, was na:\d a member of the Executive Committee of the National Council of Jewish Education at the 25th enniver sary convention recently held in Cleveland. Reelected as president was Samuei J. Borowsky. On the agenda for discussion :y the prominent Jewish educators gathered in conclave were the basic changes in the American Jewish scene, the establishment of the State of Israel, the challenge they present and the new objective* they compel for Jewish edu cation. 4900 N.W. 2nd ME Thank You! Our grand opening was a great sue cess. We want to thank our many friends who came to see us and with us well. -o Announcing Prize Winners 1st Prize: U.S. Royal Mid-Century Tir* Mr. R. H. Anderson 930 N. W. 137th St.. Miami 2nd Prize: Westinghouse Automatic Toaster Linda Seiple 258 E. 49th St.. Hialeah 3rd Prize: 2 Recapped Tires O. E. Walstrom 228 N. W. 34th St.. Miami 4th Prize: U. S. Equipment Battery W. H. Herndon, Sr. 75 N. W. 118th St.. Miami Then don't give up your tires bis gone! Up to 75'". of what you p casing. Come in and let as retread >ur sxootr. tires. You'll gtt new-tire skid pi ind a the thousands of extra miles y HI :ii or_al aoout one-half r.ew tire cost. %  M W. Over A Quarter Ceuturu of Service iu Greater Miami MIAMI MIAMI BEACB^ **— HW. 2*4 Ava, n. 7M74S MM Art.. ••* MIAMI r%. 1-4* J*



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PAGE 4 A +• lei*ti flcridtor EDITORIAL The Prime Minister's Visit Last month the stature of American Jews was at its highest point as millions of Americans in various parts of the country paid tribute to the Prime Minister of Israel. The nationwide tour of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion for the launching of the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue was greeted by honors, receptions, and ticket tape parades that are reserved only for the most popular heroes. Wherever Prime Minister Ben-Gurion went, Jews and non-Jews alike were dramatically made aware of the emerqence of Israel as a vital, young nation of courage and high spi::: vigor. In the dynamic person of its first Prime Minister, Americans saw the pattern of faith and pioneering which have been the foundations of the new democracy of Israel. Visiting the United States during the celebration of its third anniversary, Mr. Ben-Gurion took occasion to stress the vital importance of the Israel Bond Issue as the pillar of Israel's economic independence. On the eve of his departure, he emphasized that peace with the Arab states can be hastened if Israel demonstrates that it con be economically independent at is has already shown that it is politically and militarily strong. The fact that the Prime Minister came to the United States at this time, when the country is preparing for new elections and it is in the midst of political difficulties with Syria, is perhaps the most convincing evidence of the special significance which Mr. Ben-Gurion and the people of Israel attach to the Israel Bond Drive here. With his participation, the Israel Bond Issue has made a most auspicious beginning. It is now universally understood that the Bond issue holds the key to Israel's economic utureand that upon this future rests the fate of Israel itself and all of its brave and self-sacriticing people. American Jews are quickly recognizing the p.vctal role of the Israel Bond Issu7 Their re"THIS. OUR PLEDGE" sponse in the coming months will, we are sure, reflect a new determination to enter into an investment partnership with the people of Israel which will bring dividens of far-reaching-value to the Jewish people. "Between You and Me" %  By BORIS S.MOLAR : %  • legraphic Agency, Inc.) 'INC FRANKLY try ist is actually one who settles in Israel ... He made it clear by repeating again and again that American Zionists can only give advice to Israel—which may and may not be accepted—but cannot interfere in Israeli affairs He Shevuoth Summer has not many holiA* :>mes fittinalv i n mi JL nolld ays 1 to summer comes fittingly to fill "L v^ Qnd ^ even Ihttnah ;. J to son. ve ,h ? il P re,a s the Traditionally i. is observed also for the giving of the Law bu appears" always to haTe^ee"!? "^ is the harvest festival. bolioall, look oTthelaw^Sl a ? *1 a harvesting time. I, wasl?"?'! estinaI ?ah Israels philosophy of T s "f,• ^ Mt. Sinai, the Israelis re f t thelaw which they tdTwn'tt wanderings in the desert. "•I In the long Diaspora, the J ew f „ off his agricultural habilj^ £j about, he could not very well her,,?* soil, even though only those who haT mate knowledge of Jewish his.o^ l! how long after the dispersion^fi Jews still clung to the soil. The St commentator Rashi. for instance. %JJ sustenance on the land. *l But the trend away from the soil wasi, able. The fanning of the hate of £2 not only made the Jew more and SS wanderer but the legal codes made Jj ingly difficult for Jews to own land, HS once agricultural Jew became perhaps S urbanized of all people. Even the" fck carried wnh him the fond memories of 'the J rustic times. Ii he could be a man of JJ no more, at least on Shevuoth, he read the j of Ruth, which appeared to a degree an j* tive nostalgia for the simple life of the doors. In Israel today, the stcry of the BookofM is being repeated and Shevuoth has again tab a form closer to its earlier beginnings. Something of this must inevitably be cani over to Jews in all parts of the world, for tin I we should be truly grateful. Jews In Sports By BILL WOLF R.^,:i!,<. f %  !,,,, the Chicalled .1 h us. atLevifflJ KT^iS^WSL^? 1 Long Island, where he Jfl ,. ,. v :; """" ,Mn musi e envisioned—a Zion""P'WMuative of world Jewry r,Yt"hi ST %  awtinctwn of dOOUt ,. hard : : :: t0 ls, ^at should embrace LllS. vii-a-vli the State of Israel P„ ^' ng t he %  §ox int fhst P^M Cal '""' f ,: '"Pron ,unceJewish neonl* And he "DroimW. i\ vV 7L M cul ">'nation of the team's in the min ir s I T a longtohments on Zionism whirr, R n And he was !" *„ !" &f that upon his sparkling drive. for,, he finally made the pk gurion made aTa dinner in W F *," "barrassed when Dr. "'". t o *"* h may have The evening under the lights He's been playing ball sm* New Em,n,,„i M something to say about some of u as a tense one for Saul who in § graduated from high scha urion made at ., dinner in New Emanuel York prior to his return to Israel uhv w Nc only recent 1\ ject thoir ,,'..,,."..'.'...".'. "','"£," wort "Zinnim." „ ._ "*.."" nhifli l,„ J;J .... ,"'"', White ism th* the ica inK mittee b,-name. ur^'Them"",',", 2 —< leaders at ihe dbmTr "by" %  •£ STSTcaSS, ^oK I ^Tt the %>* won Chka get together with the American telling them that he also !" of the American Zionist uJEH ,h d be In the top "P 0 *And ttSStSS* heJaK15f-*—** %  S? wSg k N S u msS* S ££S! ^ ^ s Sr ld ta e x m^^^S^^\SSK^fSSS th '-f^ E&'^^firti'iSl *? g0t iBto ^ble in the nnancidl ad which s beinc r?„ u ntr American cities beneficial for Israel t. oi,. f n f,rs t inning. He walked throe given Israel by the Amencan I ,„ uS' ^'T' 0 ^, Wl nt far re >nition to tV J sh K, .l l "" -men. then allowed a single that United Jewish Appeal are todJv ^ n Sm more helrrful t.. ic_„. B A e .! 0 ??* address,-, -1. 5?the Po t Qfici of iiLi to the w ,ri the exception of the ^ )iked Saul. I thmk he has ^Jl. H< rew th ? Ch 1 !" % ; uV the stuff and I w emarkoverhear^. interesting if Richards now T v-page vol. I ij?! f lu,f a "d I wanted him on — „„u„ 16 ,' n e on the origin of the Moslem i t he team ." cal experts to Israel an d the ^3^W" re 'ations The i wo stimu ,itir>. ,,• ( author hi n,i. ..... ., • '^l,. ne was leauins "" %  — hitting with an average • • • Roundup: Hank Greed** manager of the Clevelandi W has once more done tninp a big way. He now has the ^ tinction of managing the £ I that has paid the bjtft "?J in baseball history. The reg that somewhere between PJ and $150,000 has been paid rookie just signed with ne dians. The newcomer bj Joe Davidson. who_Greeiw. LOUIS ARONOVITZ Newi Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 SIVAN 8. 5711 Volume 25 Number 23 FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1951 ail that mjm'SE* him wTh" favorite theme that a good ZionSSTiii 0 thc Amt ''ican Z.onists was like a cold shower to those 8W acUve in the Anierican Zionists movement Behind



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JUNE 8. 1951 son ally Speaking... ,. and Mi*. Charles Adelman announce the birth oi a i Wednesday, May 30 at the Victoria Hospital s Elma "Elee" Kauffminn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs %  Kaufmann of 5700 Devonshire Blvd. will graduate from L University June 14. She will tour Europe for two months Ln return to Miami where she will enter social group i. and Mrs. Henry Liebman, 1004 Meridian Ave., left last lor a month's vacation in Brooklyn where they will visit •ousins. r. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, 4485 N. lefferson Avenue, Beach, announce the Confirmation of their daughter, Ruth. A reception will be held June 10 at the home of Dr. Jan, 3545 Winchell Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio, where lily will remain until September. jrs. Dora Gershon, of 2992 Alton Road, is flying to Nashfenn., where she will visit her son. Dr. Leon Gershon, and lily. Date of her return is indefinite. v. and Mrs. Jacob Katz and family, of 1321 14th Terrace, Beach, left this week for Monticello, New York, where llan to stay until September. lr. and Mrs. Henry Shier are receiving congratulations on ', of both their daughters: Sandra, who becomes confirmed Dday night at 8 at Beth David, and Jo-Ann, who will gradIrom the University of Miami at exercises in Dinner Key Irium Monday at 8 p. m. Friends of the family are invited Ind both events. |r. and Mrs. Alvin Glick announce the birth of a son on 31st at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Irs. Leo Axelrod. fs. Sam Schachno and her daughter, Juliette, are leaving teek for New York where they will visit Mrs. Schachno's in Woodbourne for several months. During the summer will continue with her Hebrew studies while Mrs. Ihno will take advanced courses in physiotheraphy. Mr. fcmo plans to join them later. aily arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, le Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shcpiro and |en, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Cohn and Eli Solomon. farewell dinner party was given at Picciolo's Restaurant 128, honoring Mde. Frances Sebel, soprano, who left for lYcrk. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward ManlAnyuta Melicov, Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar LaMonacca, Flor|Kutzen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bromberg and Ruth Brotman. Fall, Mde. Sebel has been invited to conduct master ^g classes in several northern universities. labbi Jacob J. Honig, spiritual leader of the Jewish Comly Center of Hollywood, and his family will leave for New on June 12th. Rabbi Honig will attend the Rabbinical ibly Convention in New York and take courses at New I University during the summer toward his doctorate. + r. and Mrs. Nathan Tudor announce the birth of a son, J, on May 6th. The bris took place at the home of Mr. [Mrs. Joseph Schaffer on June 3rd. Godparents were Mr. [Mrs. S. M. Schaffer; Joseph Schaffer was Sadek; Rabbi fachtei officiated. Mrs. Tudor is the former Frances S. Derg. The Tudors reside at 829 S. W. 18th Avenue. • • and Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway announce the birth of i, Lester Frederick, May 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir ttained at a Ben Zocher in honor of the occasion the foltg Friday night. The bris took place on the 29th in the II Room of the Mt. Sinai Hospital with Rabbi Philip Fried lating and Rabbi Charles B. Halberstan naming the baby. :ipants in the ritual were Harold Shalloway—Sandek; land Mrs. Harry Sir — Godparents; Abe Sir — Sandek lie and Mrs. Jeanne Shalloway—Sandeke Shainie. The ^oways who also have a three year old son. David reside at 1785 Marseilles Drive, Normandy Isle. ^Jewlsfrfkridlian PAGE 7 A Sehaffels Tour State Following June 5th Nuptials Touring Florida are honey!" nt ; r s Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. iscnaffel whose wedding was an event of June 5th. The former Lorraine Budlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Budlow, 590 S. W. 23rd Ave.. was %  joined in marriage to Leonardson of Mr. and Mrs. M. Schaffel and the late Max Schaffel at ceremonies in the home of the bride, on Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Rabbi Grauer officiated A reception followed the religious rites. Mrs. Schaffel was attired in ballerina length white nvlon, with net lace overskirt falling in points. The gown was strap—Aremore Btud Checking final plans for breakfast program for Mrs. Nell E Peiser Fiiday, June 15, are, left to right. Mrs. Harry Gersten, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. and Mrs. Bee Jaffe. The three form the ar rangements committee for the meeting at which the national chairman of the women's division of the State of Israel bond campaign will speak. Irving Kaler Weds Florence Feldman On June 4 in Atlanta the mar riage of ?!is Florence Feldman to Irving K. Kaler. son of Mrs. the southern regional office. Mr. Kaler, an Atlanta attorney, was past international preside) r. —Bride uf tinDay Pho Mrs. Leonard C. Schaffel less and complemented with a white late mantilla draped softly over the bride's hair and descending over her arms and shoulders. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings and carried a bouquet of orchids and lilies-of-the-valley. The bride was attended by Mrs. Sidney Kaplan in navy silk faille with navy accessories and white hat. Best man was Mr. Joseph Schaffel; soloist, Mrs. Joseph Schaffel. Lorraine is a graduate of Miami Senior High School; the groom attended the University of Pittsburgh and Miami University. Upon their return from their honeymoon the Sehaffels will reside at 588 S. W. 23rd Ave. Dora Kaler of Miami Beach, took | of the Junior B'nai B'rith. He 3 place t 'he Progressive Club. no v president of the Atlanta Mrs. Kaler is a student ol" poJunior Chamber of Commerce, litical science st the Atlanta divij In addition to Mrs. Dora Kali %  sion. University oi Georgia. She |other relatives of the Dridtwas formerly associated with the j grcom's in this area include I 3 Anti-Defarnttion League as seebrother. Jack Kaler, and sisU c retaiy to the southern director Shirley Kaler, who went to Atand later as education director of lanta to attend the ceremonies. Sholem Luncheon Club Closes For Summer The weekly luncheons of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be discontinued for the summer months, it has been announced by President Jerome H. Weinkle. Luncheon club chairman, Michael M. Isenberg, has planned a series of interesting speakers scheduled for the fall. The Sholem Lodge luncheon club weekly meetings were originated in 1946 by Burnett Roth who served as chairman for two years. Some like it HOT; some like it COLD I I r • ^7 Wi But, hot or cold, just practically trtrybodj loves this famous tuna, with its delicious "just-caught" flavor. 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8,4*51 i\ Conference (nd Staffer il Workshop )RK (AJP) — In a kh some sources here [possibly indicative of oach to goodwill work, Duth National ConferIribtian and Jews, Inc., [engaged in a project fassigning one of their lembers to help lead [workshop in Israel. lanization is raising ssign David E. Traub, ctor of the New York [Israel for a six-week forkshop in Israel for an college students, the fjewish Press learned. **Mntr*MM-\ Max Orovitz, President of Sinai Tells Of Sinai Hospital's Progress Three new momh wish-Christian relaIf Ih'ha Tau Ithly meeting of alumDelta Tau Sorority scheduled for Thurs7th, at l p.m. at the ^ : I ry Zuckerman, Avenue, with Mrs. Singlel m, membership the Women's PanI ition of Miami, as I | of Table Silver"— and origin—lias been the subject of a talk %  nuel Goldstrioh. ted officers of the I are: Mrs. Julian | ident; Mrs. Philip vne president; Mrs. alman, recording see's: Irven Levinson, cor|g secretary, and Mrs. k-liberg, treasurer. y£ g wCarl Weink 'e and Leonard Wien. As president of the board of trustees, Orovitz in a recent address mentioned several of the achievements of Mount Sinai Hospital since its opening on December 5, 1949. "When we think of our 10,708 admissions for a total of 74 7Q1 expired term of Leo Gerngross, Patient days in less than a year who resigned recently when he and a naif, we know we have moved to New York. ma *j 8 real; strides," he said. Rose, who has been a leader Liu Want l im P ress "Pon the in the community for ?he oast U m „ m ^ hl ?t hat Ur hospital was years, was formerly presiden of f Sf* ,n the community the Miami Beach Jewish Com i K re ^ lvc .^ '" approval of munily Center and fcnow 5E geons^le^tha? 1 ^ f ?T of ,he Miami Beach Hotel W S' f m edlcal and. surgical SJBSSmBSSS tt^r-i-s-air"' in M„, i ma nt ains a home May 23, 24 and 25 and is expect!" ^. J erSey a "1 ha assum edl in g to receive its first group of an active par not only in the approved internes on July 1. New Jersey United Jewish Ap-Our hospital is rapidly becomfrniL i £ a *•, Na o nal ing a te chin institution and United Jewish Appeal He is always, where there is teaching piesident of the Gibraltar Corthere is good patient care. We are rugated Paper Co. of North Bernow looking forward to the apgen, • J. proval of our Resident Training Fine is also a winter resident Program, our Nurses Training of Miami Beach and has been Program, an Animal Laboratory participating in an increasing for experimental surgery and renumber of community activities, search and to a physical medicine In his home at Providence. Rhode rehabilitation department that Island, he is president of the Prowill contain the finest equipment vidence Jewish Welfare Fund and and will be staffed by personnel of his synagogue. He is a natrained in the largest rehabilitational leader of the United Jewtfon center in 'the country. We ish Appeal. He is a retired tex-are also looking forward to our tile manufacturer. Reelected for new addition for acute cases so three year terms, were Leonard that the present building may be Abess, Sam Friedland, Marcie Liconverted to chronic and conberman. Baron de Hirsh Meyer, valescent beds to meet the needs Max Orovitz. Jacob Sher and of our increased aged populaMitchell Wolfson. tion". he stated. Other members of the board Statistics supplied by Samuel include Jack A. Ablin. Sam Gertner. executive director, reBlank, Moses Ginsberg, Abraham Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman. Benjamin Kane. J. Gerald Lewis. Stanley C. Myers. Dan B. Ruskin. Herbert E. Seller. Monte Selig, William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph. R. Stun, Arthur vealed that Mount Sinai Hospital at one time reached a peak of 249 patients in the hospital daily. "Now we are running in the neighborhood of 150", he said. The hospital is now regularly employing 428 persons—a ratio of almost three employees to each patient, Gertner said. "In our 17 months of operation, we have performed 61,505 laboratory tests, taken 22,300 x-rays and given 2,967 blood transfusions. Some 1,215 major operations and 2,043 minor operations have been performed", he said. The emergency department of the hospital is open 24 hours of the day. and to date has treated 7.659 persons. A total of 775 babies have been born at the hospital, he added. "Our kitchens have served 222,006 meals to patients since they were opened, and employees 180,353 meals", he said. He added that at present there are 147 physicians on the active staff of the hospital, 198 on the courtesy staff, 17 on the consulting staff and 17 on the dental staff. The out-patient department, which was opened on July 10, 1950, has already treated over 1000 patients. With the advent of the new building, Mount Sinai Hospital ih soping to increase its out-patient facilities in order to provide care for those members of the community who are in need of medical attention but who can not afford the fee of a private physician, he concluded. SUMMER PRICES wmcJL Wcddinf, binqutl Of dmet — COMlorliblf lilW, frnblj tinned, pp .. 4^, icaiuiiMy pried 111 nLflhOM MAIL ORDERS FILLED UNIVERSITY MEN'S SHOP K.I r.~. !• •M-.C-.I •"<•. %  %  "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb'. GORDON FUNERAL r— HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES <0US NUMltt MEAT M0OUCTS ^QUALTTY MMCATISSEN WIAtt SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP „,.„,.. M CHICAGO I in JIM S SOUTH HAlSTIAO ST (Distributed by || i.<,j r <|4 *<<€. 0. |w. 7th Avenue Ph ne 9Si ^ -IJED DETECTIVE AGENCY [HOTEL. BUSINESS AND HOME PROTECTION CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS 765 41st Street. 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JUNE 8, 1951 _• %  *"** fhrkUan i. P. Sol 1 1 Roosevelt [Women fccent meeting of the loose velt Chapter of kh Women, Mrs. Gerald Vas elected president, ed were Mrs. Edmond rst vice-president; Mrs. j Gerald P. Solta |Yugoda, second viceMis. Don Stuart, corB;. secretary; Mrs. Mauknson, recording secre\. Nat Shusterman, treasPaul Needelman, fikecretary; Mrs. Stanley grliamentarian and Mrs. aval, historian, lowing committee chairbe been appointed by lident: Anti-Defamation [Mrs. Beranard Ehrens; Jith Youth Organization, jinand Phillips; Social, ^ing Cohen and Mrs. olden; Sunshine, Mrs. Rosenthali Hillel, Mrs. ^bs; Community Service, Beth Montauck and Pro?. Mrs. Marvin Jacker. Btion of officers will take a dinner-dance at the hotel on Sunday event 24. Women Meet ir Simonhoff hulcm Women of B'nai piil meet in Burdine's bm on June 12th at noon ^u.'is for a new project discussed. Mrs. Abe president, will pref. Harry Simonhoff, JewJian columnist and world will give a short adhis experiences in EuI :;„_•!. Jewish Center i Awards Tributes At Closing Services i Samuel Friedland, president : announces that the closing Late Friday Evening Service of the J£""V£ !" e K a h Jewish Cent ^ 'or the 1950-51 season will be held this Friday. This service will be dedicated to the outgoing officers of the Center and the installation of new officers of the Center Men's Club. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit' ual leader of the Center, will nt the following outgoing Officers with a plaque for their : distinguished and dedicated" 1 service to the Center: Mr. Archie Brick, who served as recording secretary for six years: Mr. Oscar Mamber, who served a s financial secretary for five years: and Mr. Alfred Stone, a vice-president for four years who also served in the capacity of chairman of ] the Construction Committee, for the building recently erected at 1701 Washington Ave. A special award is also being given to Mr. Charles Fruchtman for his efforts and accomplishments on behalf of the establishment of a branch of the Seminary Museum, the first time in its history the Jewish Theological Seminary has seen fit to establish a permanent branch of the Museum in any synagogue building in the country. The second part of the service will be dedicated to installation of officers of the Men's Club, who are Mr. Julius JPerlmutter, president; Judge Irving Cypen, Milton Sirkin and Alfred Stone, vice-presidents; Irving Firtel secretary; Dr. Wilbur Wishner, corresponding secretary and Irving Schatzman, treasurer. The Board of Directors include Gilbert Balkin, Jack Burris, Morris Cohen. Arthur Frishman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Sol Goldman, Sam Kaplan, Samuel Katz, Morris Kreigel, Hy Lake, Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, Gershon S. Miller. Samuel Nudelman, Al Osheroff. Joe Rubin, Sigmund Schermer, Ed Singer, George Talianoff and Ira C. Walsey. PAGE9 A Dinner For W. C. Women A Shuvuoth dinner will be given on Sunday, June 10th, at 6 p. m. by the Women's Club, Branch 692 Workman's Circle, at 20 Washington Ave. Admission will be $1.00. Education Board Meets The newly appointed Board of Education of Congregation Beth Jacob held its initial meetinn Wednesday evening. An annual report of the progress of the school was presented and plans for the summer term discussed. "Molly Picon may be very funny. Mama, but is it my fault you never taught me Yiddish?" University Art Gallery The Art Gallery of the University of Miami announces the opening at 9:30 a. m. Monday, June 11, of the second in its series of exhibitions of works by Latin American artists. The new exhibition entitled "Prints of the Modern Mexican Renaissance" is from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and comprises a unique collection of modern Mexican woodcuts and lithographs. Also on exhibit in one of the small galleries is the Shillard Exhibits Latin Works Smith Collection of Haitian Primitive Paintings. Gallery hours will remain 9:304:30 daily and 7:00-9:00 p. m. \ Wednesday evening throughout the week of June 11th. The new summer schedule will go into effect on Friday, June i 15th, with the Gallery remaining open Sunday through Thursday from 11:00-4:00 and closed on Friday and Saturday. There will be no evening hours during the summer months. ESTROFF UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Etta Estroff, of Deerfield Beach, Florida, will take place Friday, June 8th at 11 a. m. at the Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi M. Grauer officiating. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. ^ Chernin Joins Marines Ralph Chernin, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chernin, 610 Six teenth Street, Miami Beach, has joined the U. S. Marines ... he is a graduate of GAR High School,, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. at the time of his enlistment he was employed as a lifeguard by a Miami Beach hotel. Israel is making significant strides in the expansion of its industrial plant, >vhich will be even further accelerated by the S500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Splash Party Featured Miami Beach Masada, Young Zionist District will present a "splash poddy" at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Sunday evening, June 10th, featuring moonlight swimming from 8 to 10 p. m. and dancing to the Ritz Plaza orchestra from 9 to 12 p. m. Guest star will be Mel Murray, Miami's piano comedian. Also on the program is a novelty swim contest, and songs by "The Three Notes." Proceeds will support Zionist Activities. Irene Kestenbaum is in charge of publicity, Monte Popover is in charge of posters, i Dave Goodwin and Gil Rappaport in charge of social arrangements. ,. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. ...where did that paycheck go? _, 'what a question! Money does go fast these days but, then that's all the more reason for having an active savings account at Chase Federal. 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JNE 8, 1951 +Je*isti fhrklian ;AL NOTICE JNDER FICTITIOUS ..ME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thai d. desiring to encase ider the flctrtlous ume IViV CONSTRUCTION (,\. • Inc.) .-it 2204 B.W. %  ami, Fla. Intend t" reg, with the Clerk of the ,,l" I lade I '"iinty, F'lorI.RT MILLER .-•II VPOFF JNDER FICTI riOUS JAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thai ,i, desirlm t'i enguc< I 11 -as on i;i'M'i;V at ::;T^ N. \V. Miami. Florida, Intends Id name with the i llerk id Court of Dade. CounALEX CHBRN1N. JIISIIMAN. Bi ndix Laundry. VTE OF CORPORATE USSOLUTION And By The Authority State Of Florida \\ HUM THESE PRE8II.I. COME GREETINGS: ,. M ify that, whereas, I'llUot, .Miami, Fla. K\ Al'do. .Miami, Kla. k|. i I in. Mia mi. I ,a. gMli day of June, A. U. i.. Incorporated under of • 'napler 10086, Laws i 0( IMS, MII.-.IAV t> ti coporation, with i of business at Count}', In the State of Vii Teas the stockliolders haalion did on the Ith A D. 1951, Cause to fflce of the Becre•f the State "f Florida, nil the stockholders >f sa : of June, A. D. R A GRAY', etarj ol State BY PUBLICATION IT COURT Or THE pi M IMCIAL riRCI'IT, Foil DADE Ci "UN I'Y. IN CHANCERY", No :i:.\ NATURAL GAS '.'. I'l Intiff, vs ,'INGTON ind s.M.I.IK I lit wife, el al, :.\'NINOTON and SALIIXOToN, i W F • N an. I HELEN l. rToN. hie wife; HELEN IN and, If married. ::\ Ing and. A u .( %  -. devisees, • es, i redlt irs, or other ming by, through, under %  her of the above i-f Mda its, uho are not '". dead or alive; and B or parties otherwise n Ins. any right, title. m and to (he folrlhed property, to-vlt: lock 4. of ORANDVIEW Subdivision, arcoidlng li'lar thereof, recorded in ok 5 pace 58, of the I'ubrds of Dade County, Flor|E HEREBY NOTIFIED in;, t title to the above • %  M y lias been -filed i Ihe above entitled .^••hereby required to 'i:r Answer or H :i of Complaint l.ltifl uto.n. ys, Pallot, Vlulloy, got Ingraham Ida, and fil,. the Answer or PleadI • %  ol the Circuit ith day of a l lecree i will be entered against II be pubilxhe 1 once mr consecutive \\ eekfl |\\ ISH FLORIDIAN. | duj of .mi,,.. A. 1). „ I' I.EATHERM \N. E 1 %  % %  ut 'n and Dud, County, I .OT ida. an -.ah W \. W KT< 'ICING, Deputy Cerk, rTENTION TORNEYS! •wish Florldlan soyour legal notices. I appreciate your Qage and auaranccurate service at I rates. Phone 2-1141 Mssenger service. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE -r. K. D| SSOLUTION Of TI.' c" d 3y The Authority Of The State Of Florid.. TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SUM. i. COME liREETINCiS This I. to i,, ,,.,..•',; Nathan I \M .,,.. ,,. Charles Ade n Mi: ; l: Marj B Adelman, did on the Itli da) of Mail, A I. 19I7 cause to b. Ii prav,s,-,|. ,„ L h „ .. •,'•'.', '[•} %  %  A : "' ''-" % %  U ''" INDUS. I I.U.S. INI ., a corp principal pla< e Had, County. In the and wherea the •'"on did ,,n lii, ID, ,| ij A. 11 1951, cau fi< %  • %  : thi s.. ,. tai si %  • %  i.| the Star,, of 1 oi..i., stockhi Idi .said Chapter I Aits ,,r 1925, Rhowina tin ill such corporation, and the Secret State i 111, -1,1: 01 la'.'. I a ,I,. 1. .,, |, ,| B • |, l.\ WITNESS WHEREOF hei eunto sel mj %  ,i fixed th,Greai Sea State of Florida, it T.I'J this the 4th .1 i; I! A ORAS •• (SEAL) i• 51 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCITT POCRT .•! %  THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT • >F FLORIDA IN AND Full DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO, 1 11492. ANGELO CORCIONE, Plaintiff, vs. ISABELLA C IR 'H INK TO: ISABELLA rORt'JoNE c/o Mrs. Till',Ravellone .",7 Ramsy A.venue Yonkers, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a .-nit for dlvon haf • %  n filed against yon and you are required to -. i \ .• a i op) if \ our .in-.'. • I bill upon plaintiffs attorney, and file the original with the.Clerk of the Circuil Court • Florida, .a, or befoi e tin mi ir. .,; June, 1951 ; othern .-.• -aid bill ol will he taken ., nfesned by j on. DATED at Miami, Plorid day of .iin-., 11• r.i. E B LEATHERMAN, f 'lerk i 'unlit •' I tode County, Floi. (Circuil • %  •'ii t Seall Bj WM W STOCKING, NORMAN I: LYoNH 910-12 'I '.' 6/8-1 ,--: %  -.:• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that l he : %  : gage in la:%  name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY at I lade 'ountj Fli Id i Intend to register said name ^ Ii tini'. :,ii.t Coun of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS SILVBRMAN PETE SII.VI.KM \N SAM SIDVERM VN an 1 ALBERT BLEICH t !o-Partners MARX M FABER, Ally. 412 Congress Bldg. S/8-15-2S 29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN bal the undermgned, desiring to eng i^in business under the fictitious name of DOC'S PARKING LOT, 110 w Fir.Elir Street, Miami. Florida tends to register tinBald name with th.Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISRAEL S' ITSKY, S le i iwner. MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for \ Beybold Pulldlng. G t-I5-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE IN Ti?iT' C .f, BY PUBLICATION !-,,->,.; : '' nT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND POR D\I>F ('cH'NTV l^l^'.A ,x CHANCBRY. N NO. VIVIAN TUSCAN,, ; TO-'M-' 'I", S ''\ X '' '"'•'"'ant. i" Mr John i H HI'! I'l ''."'.' %  i iHland, New York JO" ARE HEREBY RBgi'IRED to nv of your .,„.„,., to u„. mplalnl In the abov. %  .on the plaintiffs attornal in the •. the Clerk of the i i,'.',"'' ,',"-', "' •-'•'' day of %  I : K -'. -*I. "•!" i Bin of taken as conl %  I %  -• daj of Mav I it. LEATHERMAN i lit I '.int .. II I "i HI • By M C, lEIGE, MYERS HEIMAN IT V'ome> ( > r Plaintiff %  .1 B/l-8-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I'l.ol'.iliA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY, NO. II III CHARLES GEORGE IIA.MKS Plaintiff, vs ELLA HAMES, Defendant. TO: ELLA II VMES, Apt, 28 1571 Lexington \\ N,uYork. N Y i'OU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the hill of complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the Offli • %  of the Clerk of the Circuit ''am i ,,n ,„ i„ fore the 29 day of June, 1961. otherwise, the bill of complaint for divorce heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by DATE)' al Miami, Ploi ida, daj of May, It B. B LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ill Court Seal) B> WM W STOCKING, I"' MICHAEL M ISENBER'J Vttj for Plaintiff 1 1 "7 lllscayne B Miami. Florida. 15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CtiURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRi IN AND FOR DADE I' Li IRII >A IN CHANCERY, N'( I, %  JOSEPH DEUTSCH, P ELIZABETH DEL' rsCH, TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH imbus Avei .. New York City, \ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complain) for Dl%  has been filed against you, and you aiv required to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorney, FRANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan American Bank Building, Miami. Florida, and file the orginal in the Office of the Clerk of the Cll Court on or before the 28 day of .Inn,-. U'.'.l. in default Of which this Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you DATED this 21' dav of Mav. 1951. B B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit court Beal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. 8/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the unii. t sign' d, % %  alt Ina to %  in l.u dness under the % % % %  "".• ,f PINE ARTS STl'DH >H I 901 B.W 27th Avenue, Miami, i register said nun.' Ith the I 'lerk ol the Circuit Court ol Dadi Counl '""""' %  'STANLEY FELDMAN 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CSIVEN the underslgneil, desli ln to el In buriness • I I %  ,.i FLORIDA HOME al 52,i N 22nd Ave Inti rids to register saw name with the Clerk ol the i Court of Dade County, l-'l HOPKINS PUBLICA1 IONS DAVID SHUBOW B/i-s-ir.-'jL' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i MARTHA ll'sKN. %  / •• MI-MARTHA RICHTBR, 56 Forrest Avenue, Paramus. New Jersev. You are notified that a Bill ol •'" nint for Divorce has been flleo against you In the cuvuit < <.u. the nth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Dade <"ounty. Chan.ery No. "l.jii ">. Thorwald Ipsen a/k/a romm> ,-" enfessed !>>' you. Dated: Maj 24, 1951. K B LEATHERMAN, I lerk • (Circuit Court Seal) BJ M C. %  EIGE, i"'. 6/1-8-15-22 'UN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 19 N. K 2rd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the i. riesirins. to engage under the is name of BEST FINANCE CO., at Room 608 rur, Miami. Florida Inti nds to !• name th the Clerl of th" C i KSTHER BERMAN MILTON R M VNNIIEIMBR Ail, in. i..an. an 12(1 l.lni'oln l: %  i I u %  %  l "ida. 6/1-8-13-23 ,r N .?,T ICE BY PUBLICATION IN PHE CIRCCIT COt'HT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IN A Nli IOR DADE COUNTY, mm CHANCERY, NO! ROBERT EMBLETON. Plaintiff vs BSTELLE II. EMBLETON, Defendant, TO: ESTELLE II EMBLETON 55 shields Street Elmw !, i 'onnectlcut, TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI for Divorce has bei n riled against you in the above entitled mo you are hereby n quired to serve a copy of your Answer to the gill of Complaint for Divorce on the lalntifl s attorneys, and file the orlg15*1 In tl fflce of the Clerk ol the • mint coun on or before the 13th nay ,,r June, A D. 1951, other* Decree Pro Confi i will be entered against you, Thi.\ .,. -i, ,n i„. published once each week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami. Florida, this ll day of May E B LEATHERMAN Clerk ol Circuit Court. (< ireult Co,,, t s.-ali By WM. W, BTOCKINO, PALOT, BILVER, ABD<5V MULLOY Attorneys for Plaintiff 04 Ingraham Building, Miami. Fla. %  i I N _' %  i | %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DADE COUNTY BUSINESS & civic WELFARE LEAGUE at P. 0. ,0> ; 4 • Miami Beach, int,aid. to register said name with the Clerk of th< Circuit c,int ,,f Dade County, Florida, RICHARD BRYCE, a, 18-85 '', l-S NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN PROBATE, NO, 26023. In II, ESTATE OF HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased. i'o All Creditors and AH Persons Having claims ,,r Demands Against Said ESsI it v .md each of you, are hereby notified ami required to present any %  laims and demands which yon, or eithei of you. maj have against the estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, deceased lati of l lade i lounty, Florida, to the Hon. w. !•' Blanton, County Judge or ; • ounty, and file the -.mi., in his : the 'dunty < "ourt House ii %  'ounty, Florida, w it!iIn eight • months from the date of he first p iblical Ion I Said %  i iais i ntain the leg ml and to !,,sworn t,, ,iut\ presented aafuresaid. or same will !•• barred. Se< Si tlon 120 ibate Act. Date Ma' l". A D. 1951. HENRIETTA BOLOTIN As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY BOLOTIN, Deceased. DE COSTAS, MAER A FLOYD 606-8 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Administratrix 6/18-16 /!-'> LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND KiK DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 26066, In Re: ESTATE OF LEON FREED, Deceased. To AII Creditors and All Persons Having claim.or Demands Against 8a l Estate You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands hli ii you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LEON FREED, d ased late of i ii'l South Miami Avi n le, M %  ami, i' ide < 'ount> Ploi Ida, to the ll-ii. W. I Blanton, County Jud Dade County, and file the same In m the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar nths from thi date of the first public itlon hereof Said i or di mind• ntaln the legal address of the claimant and to is to and pn sented ai lid, or same will be barred, See Kectloi of the 1933 Probati \. • Date Mav ISth, A.D IS /.-/ M \i: s PRE] As BXI illl\ of thi I. i %  W I and Tlament of LEON FREED, Den MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN 650 Bej bold Bi llding, Miami. Florida Attorney q for Exi cul 5/28 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, .TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deslrli a to In i, isiness under the fictitious llf ores Hotel al 1920 Collins \... i tie, Miami Beach, Intend treg, ,i name with the Clerk of the C irt of Dade Countv, Florida. \l \\ Ci il il 'MAN HENRI FESSLER HARRY DIETZ ; for Applicants, Mncoln Road S I 15-22 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN Till-: CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (>!•' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.' — IN CHANCERY, NO. 140990. BILLY WEST, Plaintiff, vs. 1RVINO 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 Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SILVER, DJJ Seybold Ituildim;, Miami, Florida, and fiithe original Answer or Pleading in the offl f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the nth daj of June, 19M If you fall to do o, Judgment by default will be against you for the relief demanded in thi Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Florida, this 10th day of M ty, 1951. E. B, LEATHERMAN, < 'lei k, Circuil C >ui t. Dade comity, Florida (Circuil Court Seal) !',. WM, W. STOCKING, I lep ity Clerk. MAX" R SILVER Attorney for I'l 922 s. vpoid Building Miami 32, Florida ', 18-25 6 1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV TIIK COUNTY JUDOE'S ''"',.' IN AND FOR DADE .HINT'*. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO. 26018, _, in |{. ESTATE OF ETHEL D, OWEN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All IV' s-ns Having claims or Demands Against Bam Yom'aml I a. 1. of you. are hereby notified and required to !•';•'*•'"< nn J_ ,.laims and demands which v>u. or c uuv c. nnii-iim Dndc County, !rof^nebK demands to KAPLAN itoi 6/1-8-18-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at ISoa North Baj Causeway, Town "f -North Bay Village, Miami Beach, Fla Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida BEN BOW REALTY CO. By: Irving Greenfield," President* QENET GENET Attorneys for BBNBOW REALTY CO. 5/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI PLASTIC WARE <"<>.. at 60S Laneford Building. Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ESTHER BERMAN MILTON B MANNHE1MER Attorney for Esther Berman R'n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai di i Rigm tl, de I Ing to i under the fictitious name i : BASKET SHI >P. VI ton Ki. 1 Intends in with th Dadi H ""'-'HARRY ERLAK JOSEPH I' Seybi id Bldg. 6/35 6/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Fl 'It DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 1 I124t3, PAUL R IP'NAN. Plaintiff, vs. EVELYN L. RONAN. Defendant. To: EVELYN I.. IP'NAN. o/o Walter Bosse, Onaga, Kansas You are required to serve n cons '' your answer to the Bill of Complain; for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office Of the Clerk of the Circult Court on or before the -l day of June, A.D, 1911; otherwise, the B II of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as eonfessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the JI.-t d.,y of May, 1951 E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Co Dad,County, Florida II 'Ireult i 'ourt Seal) By WM. W STOCKING Deputy Clei MLTl IN A FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. s. ybold Bldg., Miami a/lal li/l-yi:. ^____ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (IF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF l-l.i "R1D.V IN AND Fl IR DADE COUNTY. — IN fli INCERY, N" >. 1 11223. CHARLES SKODA, Plaintiff. I |R( 'I'll Y SKI 'I >A SUIT Foil DIVORCE TO: DOROTHY SKODA • ; %  ant Stn -t Wayne, New ,T, i sey You are hereby notified that a B :i of Complaint for Divorce has been filed againsi you, and you are required '" servi a cony of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Stanley I 1 Caidln, 748 Seybold Buildin*.'. Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th.' 21 day .if June, 1951. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once eaeh week for four consecutive weeks in TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21 day of May, A. D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrult Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj WM, W. STOCK INC. Deputy clerk. STANLEY D. CAIDIN, :is Seybold Building Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a d, desiring to engage In undei the fictitious name of .I V'endoi a al in s. w. 53rd c. Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of thi I cult Court "f Dade County, Florida. EDWARD HARELIK, Sole Owner. 3 55 'I 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVION that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY SALON, al 280 NE. Ith Street, Miami, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. GLADYS STANTON. u/18-25 6/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT coi'RT OF' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Him DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 14R!.">X. ALBERT B. PARENT, Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY O. PARENT. I 'ef.-ndant. TO: DOROTHY O. PARENT 708 Blackhorse Pike \\\ Collingswood Heights Mt Bphrlan Post Office New Jersey YOU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the bm of complaint for divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the Office "f the Clerk of the c'uvuit Curt on or before the 25th dav of June, l51i otherwise, the bill "f complaint for divorce, ii-; %  rot e fib i hi rein, will be taken as ,-iii,.-s,-d by yo 11 V TED al Mia F la, this 22nd dav of Mnj LEATHERMAN, i erk of the Circuil Court i u M. XV. STI '' 'K IN... Depul EMANUEL LEVENS >N \ J-15



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PAGE 10 B *Je*4s£ fhrkUar _FRIDAY, Letters To The Editor More On J.Vf inhabitantMo : larse^t employers of common la' c losest approach to communism I and the proceeds i anc j Naziism in our land "~: %  t he r hihstines ,.,.. with the jawbone of an ; %  : Every time Hendrix opens his mt ******* P, In a way I am pl< it you have chosen to publicly air your Views en the need of the future existence of the Jewish National Fund. I differ with my colleagues in their indignation over your article entitled "Has the JNF Become a Sacred Cow The Jewish National Fund has become so much a part of Jewish life that Jews everywhere take jt for granted and are doing too little to enhance its work and accomplishments. Your article has stirred adherents of the JNF 11 take an affirmative stand and fight for it. It catapulted them out of a pleasant dream into the realities of the JNF activities and its importance to the development of the State of Israel. It is my belief that when one becomes provoked enough to fight for a cause it is reasonable to assume that he or she will at least warm up sufficiently to work for it. I am also aware that you had nuitured a doubt for some time! tin the need dfor the continuation of the JNF activities. It is, therefore, not surprising to see that you had relieved vnurself of a mental pressure on a we!! meaning but misconceived idea that the Jewish National Fund. Allow by the continued existence of Jewish community is the iosme to point out to you just a few of the salient reas ins : u the urgent need to continue the JNF activities: 1. The land abandoned by the Arabs does not belong to the SI ite of Israel as you imagine. It 'still owned by the A; ibs who owned the land before they fled i om Israel 2. In older to redeem the land from Arab ownership for the use • aid occupancy of the Jewish people the land musl be from the Arab ow ind title transferred from the Arabs t.i Jewish ownership and that takes place the hind roll ains Arab land although mti •] ol the State il Israel 3 Were we optimistic enough %  ; •' Stat : Israel i the m mey t > pay f ir the i which is not the c ise) it would still not be advisable for the state ,,f Israel to do >, and if we had no JNF we w >uld have % %  ate one at this time. ReaThere are about 250.000 Arabs in brael now and it is e> ted that in the final peace settlemi nt with the Arab States the stale of Israel will most likely to absorb between 50 and 100 thousand additional A ,\> refugees. Once an Arab is legally w.thin the boundari Israel h,. %  a full-fledged citizen equally with the Israelies and is entitled to the pnvi... ,. „.„, cial benefits that the rest of Isi leli citizens re eiv< Th portion of Israeli city dwellei hat t Tlie Jew ish N iti nal Fui longs ta the Ji w is! pe pie world and • in p i : entity iwnin operating the land in Isra the use and benefil f the Jews I of the world Jncl 'S not '''• %  to allot the land it owns to citizens >if Israel generally. 4. The servi res n w being rendered by the Jewish National Fund are greater in scope and more urgent in need than ever before The proof of its importance is that from a penny-ante character it had when it first emerged on the Jewish scene it now has become an institution of such great imp irtance and services that the UJA allots to it about $15,000,000 for its activities in Israel annually. 5. Why would you be so sensi• %  fore, • tha*. you are open minded and big enough 11 reverse y air. %  !•' if C >nvin I entreat \ u t i give this matter iur close and i onscientious • msideration Your reply to this m i "half >f a Holy Institution that should at no time need defending will serve the cause foi which you have so valiantly fought for the past half a century, namely the Zionist cause. Believe me to be earnestly your fellow Zionist. I remain Frnternallv vours, LEON J. EII, President, Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. started by Jesus Christ. THE JEW. and the Twelve Apostles ALL JEWS. Unfortunately Christ's teachings did not reach the hearts of all the the heathens that were converted to Christianity. Otherwise there could be no such twisted mentalities like Hendrix' T "„ i GreahrTJ well ... proud of the of this i south. WWfJ Miamians -hould help in expanding ft. that the many yaiB| who want tocontiittj' ade s can do so next ,* mui^Tj III. -ii ..mi .<-> imp nenarix io m „.„i. --..., and the ruffians that head the Ku ',' ,'. ?*},*** tive about Tag Day solicitations? The Blue Boxes are certainly no leserving than such institutions as the International Red | Cross Or our own Red Cross collections or the M?rch of Dimes or the Veterans which have for thenaims to help human beings everywhere. What seems to y tu, Hany. small change realized in such collections is in the aggregate not onlj impressive but very helpful in the redemption of the Holy Land F >r your information the JNF has realized in the past few vea; s close to three million dollars annually out of the so-called .-mail traditional col-' lectionThose -urns would not have been at the disposal and i i the benefit of the new • rant in Israel otherwise, remember that the traditional JNF collections such as sale 'f trees, golden b i >k cerfifipurchased pates, dunams and blue boxes nd paid in addition t other drives such as the UJA, etc., and not instead •'* The giver of a quarter, a d illar or ten d illars doenet d the small c intribution from any sum, he conti ibutes t i the \ u IUS KIi • iti I Drives, il afford. n opp irtunity to m to participate in the %  i rebuilding >f the Holy Land. 6. F .; iti ,ns of view—the Jewish National Fund i plishing more tlian i ther Jewish instituti >n or ganizati •:-. It and it aloni is performing a mil u le of unifying the Jewish pe.pl". The JNj transom -(. al! religious and |i •lincal '•'! %  it ons in Jewish coi munal li/e. The JNF rec liv th I and cooperation ol ill who identify themselves with Jewry. In the JNF you will find the will of the Jewish pe ipie an ; %  no th >n that ifficient |u ition for its intinue I • %  • %  .-. 7. The JNF today i, one if the The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH T„K • ADVISE S THE PUBLIC v..d U Iilr 2 h ,n ores where ,he si9n of the Grea,er Mia !" Vaad Hakashrulh fi \ Q J is displayed ; And to buy only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. that the, r M V u iS -' he nlY identificati whi h rov that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. 1. 2. proves Our Telephone 5-3595 S. Lobel. Treas. I A a ili'so me Editors. Miami Herald. Miami Daily News, Jewish Floridian. Associated Press. United Press. Miami, Florida. Dear Sirs: As you devoted front page space to dignify the meeting and speech of Bill Hendrix and the Ku Klux Klan, I request you 1 to publish this letter with the same prominence, in refutation if the libel spread by Hendrix and his group. First, you are aware of my own fight against communism and political corruption. You have read my letters, which members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives and prominent individuals have read and acknowledged. Aside from 1h e evil communist organization there is one other cruel group that in its degradation of subversive thinking, maybe regarded as an equally loathsome purulence in America. That is the Ku Klux Klan. This bigoted group that terrorizes a community by threat of violence, that advocates elimination of the orderly pr icesses of law, is the 'CEJWIN CAMPSS Nrt Jwvlt. N. Y. |,|. | 9 | MOOMSSIVI fOVCAriONAl NON.COMMf ICIAl CAMU Liod ind witrr iponi. iruhttic ciiin; rcudtni duciort nd num j Sibbaib nd Jicury ;,i obwrvni, Jr.i,h cullUftl IflftuefH'rv Icpirafc age frOUf>ft. Ideal tiimmtr Camp* fr J.wiih toys and Glrl Ratal $39J s — i I % %  a.--, i pttva s ,:>:..• r:. *. P. ScfcMlmM. H. L MM,, OlrMtWf Ml W... ii,4 ,,„ Hm T^k 14 • Tt 7-OII3 REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIHED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Coil 5-1682 Tune in "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by Klux Klan. Many "good" Germans were persuaded to Naziism by Hitler's eloquence. What surprises me is that anyone hearing Hendrix and his vicious expressions, could be inspired to anything but fear and disgust. Pleae publish my name and address. I want Mr. Hendrix to know that I have two small sons, if God allows them to survive presence menaces in this community, will be taught to fight subversive groups like the Communists. Nazis, the murderous Mafia that corrupts our public officials and the Kriminal Ku Klux Klan. Yours trulv, ARTHUR SCHWARTZ. place among the lei'J of tomorrow. 'Mrs. Louis Ma* Frances M h r Ml' *' I Till "On the Trap ADLER'S KOSBB Live Poultry Mcta LOCAL • RABD FREE Deliwry ft] Under Rabbinical! We Sell Retail ud 1 to Hotels, Restaumoi Butcher Shop, 1832 S.W, ItiSt Try it -for a change... and^ou'll nevter change W 01 B IK G! E! Everybody enjoys BAUAMTINE^ America's largest selling ale BETTER BUY THE CASE then you won't run short when unexpected guests drop I p. Bollantine & Som. N** 1 11 I!. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES. INC. SAM BLANKjl tow AS! 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PAGE 8 A *• Jewish rhrkHan Army Issues Urgent Call For Civilians To Serve In 1100 Overseas Occupations Obituaries Schachter Jewish Hour To Push Bond Sales Jacob Sehachter's Jewish Hour, heard over WMBM Wednesday Civilian workers for employment with the Department "f the Army in overseas operations are* being sought in the Miami area and %  ver the nation. J. A. Bliss, manager of the Florida State EmployService, said today. had experience in any of 70 lines Ml!. ANNA i iliNSIiriN Tl. of 2403 HW 17th BVt .i resident here, Hied al her home IhM \\ k \ fornii r Philadelphia!!, nhi eavei "' r "1 %  £ rh""ade".phl. ; nd Frida >from ,: 30 to 2 o'clock NOTK'B l!i %  Kir-'" 1 •rge Bli uienlx • %  • home i hai re "i Hi Men and woven who have of activity are being sought, he said, to fill more than eleven hundred positions, ranging from the highly trained profess: ins through office workers and skilled persons in various fields. Most of the positions are in Japan, Alaska, Germany, Austria, and Okinawa, but there are also a few in other plan "The shortage is vi ry serious," Bliss said. "Wider deployment of Army troops and withdrawal of military personnel from these duties have brought a laek of persons to conduct many services in the countries we occupy, and in some of our territories and possessions. The United Stales Employment Service, through its affiliated State Employment Services, is intensifying its efforts to find persons who are qualified and willing to accept such employment overseas. Applicants who present their qualifications to the local office of the Florida State Employment Serval 501 N. E. 1st Aviv the next 60 days, will get a rap rt ferral of their qualifications to the Department of the A: my. An equally rapid decision on a canidate's acceptability is promised thi Ovi seas Aifaii Branch nducting ide campaign in conmcti m with the Empl 5 oipings in emplo; ment is ffered, Biss sai I with ataccountants and 1 conoK: .'.anted — i civil, construction, %  • itomotive, pi trolnechanical with • % %  1 lectrical tele) n< ex| electn ni< with radi 1 01 mmunicatu ins 1 xperience, %  said. Medical officers with public health und, veti • .,lso wanted, includes librarians court K poi tii -. ret reation employee utilization nnel technicians, Iget offict rs, infoi mation spe%  analysts, and engiing aides, radio technicians and repairmen, cable splicers, communications foremen and code clerks In machinery, supervisors of machine shops, advisors on tank maintenance and repair, motor medianj ics and property supply clerks are wanted. Pay is on the same scale as for the same kind of governmental positions in the United States, with 25 per cent additional in Alaska and Okinawa, and 10 per cent additional in Japan. "Then is a big difference, however, in the fact that housing is free in some areas, and furnished at only nominal cost in other places," Bliss said "Medical and .1. nt.d care is supplied on a similar basis. Servant help is cheap and plentiful in most areas, so that the salary paid overseas civilian workers is worth more than thai paid lomesl And with few exceptions, ov< Army installations offer the same •! ,. n iS 1 kind of community that e 1 a a oiti ,, we have in this country. Transportation is at government cost, by ship or plane. A two-year tour of duty is required, applicable everywhere except in Okinawa, where there is a 1 n< -year minimum. Bliss emphasized that the only nnel to one of these positions is the local office of the Florida state Employment S< %  'If a candidates qualifications are acceptable to th. Army, then it may be expected that the oversi .trip may start in about 30 days, providing physical, charac•.d loyalty investigate ns are passed." he said. "The candidate choice of any area where thi re is a job for which he can qualify. Leave regulations for overseas employment coincide with those for domestic government employees. The standard work week is 40 hours. Monday through Friday. The opportunity vi ment, for broadening of cultural inti 1 md at the same time serving the ni I n in a time of need is all combined in overseas employment with the Army." 1Oe Ai ran* I iOI 9 |,\VII KEMKLHAR 41, i.f 6 II H w 1 nil si ,.i f .., em ot Kelly's Iwive-In restaurants. II.. 1 a me from Cleveland flvi yean agi and was .1 member i>f the Southwest lod|t< "f the Maaons heri and ... \;. .ttlsh Rtt< (surviving >. i — Ife, Mrs Alice Kemelhar; parent*, Mr, and Mrs. Kemelhar, .ill ot Miami, and tw< brothers, ecu w in be al 9 a m Mmdaj in Cordon 1 hapi I Ith Masonl. "i>Ices al the graveside In Mt, Neoo • 1 • > ALBERT EXL .-,,,. 0 f S120 Collins A vi issed ., 15 Ma] SOth He was formei I) %  • I wlnte %  %  '"' %  ained al thi Beach during the las) 11, was .1 1 osmi in salesman. Ui KM li ,es a daught< 1 Mrs 1 truil.Lea> In, al present m Pal is, France, and n sister, Mrs Hannah 1 Smolley, %  %  ( the Bron* Sei i li es wore conducted 1 1 Miami Bea. 1. Rlvi 1 %  ide b) Rabbi iloshaj P Mann Inti ment took place in Mt, Blnal Ci mi tery, HARRIS LOON ?.;. ,,f ii!' Mei Idlan Avenue, %  MM denl for 15 years passed awaj May gist, He was a retired tailor and leaves stepsons In Brooklyn where the i. senl bj r,< ach Memorial 1 'hapel, IS30 Alien Rd for sei \ ices and Intel mi nt. p, m.j Sunday from 3 to 4 o'clock p. m., and over WTTT from 10 to ,,„. '11a. m.. announces that this program will dedicate a portion of its Sunday morning and aftei noon programs to the sale of 'Israeli Bonds. Prominent speakers and Civic leaders working in co-ordination with Israeli Bond Office will appear on these programs to stimulate sale of bonds. In addition, the regular features. Up-to-the-Minute Jewish Vii and News presented by Norman R. Lyons, newscaster and commentator, will be heard. Feature topic on the Friday program will be "IT. S. Program-in-aid-toIsrael and Investment in Democracy," and Sunday's topic will be "Israel Breaks Feudalism." Also continued will be an episode of the popular series "Mirror of Life" by Fannie Edelman, which will be heard as usual on the Sunday afternoon program. • "ARGIStj E CIRCUIT >A~DB C r*L C j]!l DA E COUNTY*^ CHANCERY. ORDER OF %  *ATHAN"R NATHAN ,:. 1 II BII> I L aucmj \ '' I %  1 1 %  il !" tirri % %  •I ai WILLIAM ROBERT PITTESBERG •;_ is 11 • %  %  t li 1 "l passed away • n M.i> 2Sth Th remains were sent i,, New Y'-rk City for services and %  nt b 1 '•. h Memoi lal 1 'hapel, I • n Rd, HERMAN KOLBERT I ray May 2s ni veri sent to New '. k Cllj foi -• an,1 tcrment (lea h Mo %  rial Chap. IB3I 11 ton Rd FDITH MAY MATHEWS .1 visitor from bandsti n, v.i passed awaj Maj Isl Thi wen v.i for si and Int. • m. nl b> Bea !i Mi moi la \ ion Rd Masada Oneg Shabbat The Oneg Shabbat given weekly by the Masada, Miami Beach Young Zionist District, will be held this week at the home of Ed Oka, 1572 Meridian Avenue. The agenda includes a literary discussion by Sandra Friedman, iolk dancing and group singing, followed by refreshments. r vu Court ,1 W %  • %  •• ratios,, "III be tab (KA., ^i By R. il „ ""II! • %  1'lalntlff ; '•' I LEGAL NOTICE JEAN LEVINE 57, of IOCS J-ff-i %  n Avi nue, dent here for years, passed awaj .in!.,:i,i she .ion the staff of '•:• Blnal Hospital, and former!) of Alt. n Road Hospital Bhe leaves hei husband, Bllas one son, Leonard: -i\ Mi Dora 11 Is, Miami Bea h: and two grandi hi Thi remains %  •. -, nl to Ne Vork Cltj foi ei \ li • %  and Interment bj Bi ach M 1 'hapel, It >o Alton Rd, Typists ind tenographers are in c:_ c__,,,i t_ c ui heavy demand. a s well as tabu^. Ir pamuel Is Subject lating machine operators and supervisors. And in the field of commun ications, the Army wants NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My husband introduced me to ALL-BRAN shortly after we were married. I use it in rav cooking as well as for breakfast. The result: we're regular as clockwork!" Mrs. Antonina Grasaano, 453 (larfield Ave., .Jersey City, N. J. One of many unsolicited letters from ALL-BRAN usirs. If you suffer from constipation due to lack of dietary bulk, eat an ounce (about -j cup of crispy Kellogg's ALL-BKAN daily, drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days, return empty DOS to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich. Gel DOUBLE YOl'K MONEY BACK! Of WINZ Radio Program Harold Shapiro, narrator on the program "Builders of Israel." will present a biographical sketch of Sir Herbert Samuel on Sunday, al 1:15 p. m ivei radio station WINZ ((940). Sir Herbert Samuel, the first British High Commissioner to Palestine, gervi d as a member of Parliament and embarked on a distinguished careei of public service which eventually led him to the British Cabinet, the first unbaptized Jew to be so honored. "Builders of Israel" is a special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour of which M Nasatir is director and J. Birnbaum is the social director. SANDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. EOITH CANTER I %  8 W Mil Avenue, passi d •u hei residenre on June Mi. leaves her h isband, HUMI two sisters, H< m leu 1 Rosenhain .".,1 Hannah 1.. ncer, uf Miami Bi a< h; tin. t biothers, William, Arnold and Herman Ri iben, % %  New N ork Cltj s. 1 \ ic< • ndueted .11 BeJfh M< tnorl Chape!, I8.U1 Alton Rd bj Rabbi %  H K iplan. Interment followed in Mt, Nebo 1 '< .•., 1. n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 14160. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MIRIAM SEIDMAN, PlaJntlfl 5' '''•*:,.': %  }• •^-•'i'.MAN. Defendant "' BERNARI SEIDMA.N 41. Krighlwaiei Court Bn ok ya, \. n to\ k, ,^' 1 • 1 quired t.. serve .1 copj "' %  '"" to the Hill of font. iiiiimt upon Plaintiffs attornej MM Tt.N 1: MANNHEIMER, I2(i Lincoln K • Mtaml Beach, I lorlda, and file Ihe original In thoffice • %  < the Cli ik of ihe i'n. .1.1 Court In and f..i Dade < ounty, rrorlda, on 01 before the %  '•tii "J July, A 1., |g herwla. "ill will be taken as %  • nf. ssed l.v you. Hated: thla (th day i:-..i ,_.,, E I. LEATHERM V.V (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Cuorl HI K. II RICE. JR.. ORDER OF PUBUCATll Kl.l V NTH innruLL : 'RI!'.' IN .i\[i|l I RERGER, PUalJ R iKftlkLl 1 I IX'I'.Itf RKROER. : I 4th Street 1 \, 1 illlir. il || '. %  itirt'jj in w *ork by %  Nl ami 1..,., h RIVI rside foi lervlcei %  %  nl FASTREUEF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 14160C NOTICE OF PUBLICATION BONDRA JAM: SII.VKIt.MAN Plaintiff, vi FREI .1 BILVERMAN, 1 '.i. n.i.inl TO MR PRED 1 SII.VKHMAN 221 North Blsl Btn -1 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania VOi: ARE HERBY NOTIFIED thai 1 itiii of Complaint for Annulment hai been filed acainat you, and you are herebj required to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI "t" Complaint ..ti plaintiffs attorney, IIAKKY l>IETZ, JS0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beai li Florida, and file the original Anawi r | n t h1 iff:,, 0 f the Clerk "f thCircuit Court, on ••! before the %  •Hi das ..f July, l!T.i Otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you DATED ttiis tth day ..f June. 1951 EC B. LBATHBRMAN, rlerk of the I'ln-uli Court of Bade County, Florida '• Al -' Bj R 11 RICE. .11: ,, I >eput) Clerk in Road Florida n \l:i:v ill, Miami I:.-.,, h B-S 13 NOTICE BV PUBLlCMIH IN Tin-: I-IRITII f i:i. I A NTH JlDICUl CT 1 >F Pl.nRlI'A IS AN.'rtl ri iPNTV, I'i.olll'A -Hf ("ER^ No 14! JAMES irtTB, It \. 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IAY. JUNE 8. 1951 QkstiMkattkui PAOE 3 B GRY? ISRAEL FAMILIES NEED FOOD Send Fresh Meat, Salami, Butter III I IV lltl GUARANTEED STRICTLY KOSHER FROM OUR HUGE STOCKS WK ISRAEL BY AIR MAIL GIFT CERTIFICATE PACKAGE TYPE "STANDARD" About 12 lbs. net P rice $10.50 2 lbs. Fresh Frozen Meat or Salami 30 ozs. Canned Meat (2 tins) 1 lb. Fresh Frozen Butter V7 lb. Margarine 2 oz. '1 jar) Instant Coffee I lb. (1 tin)' Evaporated Milk 1 lb. Marmalade 1 lb. Granulated Sugar 1 lb. Processed Cheese 1'lbs. (1 tin) Applesauce 7 oz. (2 bars) Chocolate 6 oz. (1 cannister) Pudding Mix 2' 2 oz. (1 bag) Soupmix 3 3 / oz. (1 bar) Toilet Soap PACKAGE TYPE "SPECIAL" About 20 lbs, net Price $14.50 4 lbs. Fresh Frozen Meat or Salami 3% lbs. (4 tins) Canned Meat 1 lb. Fresh Frozen Butter 1 lb. Margarine 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Granulated Sugar 1 lb. Tablet Sugar 1 lb. (1 tin) Evaporated Milk 1 lb. Rice Flour 1 lb. Marmalade I lb. Cornstarch l'/ilbs. (1 tin) Applesauce II ozs. (3 bars) Chocolate 12 oz. (2 cannisters) Pudding Mix 2' 2 oz. (1 bag) Soupmix 3 3 / oz. (1 bar) Toilet Soap PACKAGE TY PE "SUPER" About 20 lbs, net P rice $19.50 4 lbs. Fresh Frozen Meat 2 lbs. Fresh Salami 30 oz. (2 tins) Canned Meat 3 to 3 1 /* lbs. (one) Fresh Frozen Chicken 1 lb. Fresh Frozen Butter 1 lb. Canned Butter 1 lb. Margarine 1 lb. Coffee 2 oz. (I jar) Instant Coffee 2 lbs. Granulated Sugar 1 lb. Tablet Sugar 14' 2 oz. (4 bars) Chocolate PACKAGE TYPE "SELECT" About 33 lbs. net P rice 526.50 4 lbs. Fresh Frozen Meat 2 lbs. Fresh Salami 3 3 /4lbs. Canned Meat (4 tins) 5 lbs. (approximately) One Fresh Frozen Whole Duckling 2 lbs. Fresh Butter 1 lb. Canned Butter 2 lbs. Margarine 1 lb. Processed Cheese 1 lb. Coffee 2oz. (1 jar) Instant Coffee 1 lb. Cocoamix 2 lbs. Granulated Sugar 2 lbs. Tablet Sugar 2 lbs. (2 tins) Evaporated Milk 1 7/8 lbs. (1 tin) Peaches. Pineapple or Fruit Cocktail 14'/2 oz. (4 bars) Chocolate 12oz. (2 cannisters) ^Pudding Mix 5oz. (2 bags) Soupmix 6 lbs. Fresh Frozen Meat PACKAGE TYPE "FAMILY" About 54 lbs. net Price $38.50 2 lbs. Cornstarch 4 lbs. Fresh Salami 2 lbs. Marmalade 3 3 '4 lbs. (4 tins) Canned Meat 2 Vi lbs. (2 tins) Applesauce 3 to 3'2 lbs. (one) Fresh Frozen Whole 3 3 A lbs. (2 tins) Peaches, Pineapple or Chicken Fruit Cocktail 2 lbs. Fresh Butter 1 lb. Dried Prunes 1 lb. Canned Butter 1 7/8 lbs. (2 tins) Sardines in Tomato 2 lbs. Margarine Sauce 2 lbs. Cocoamix 14 oz. (4 tins) Sardines in Oil 2 lbs. Coffee 22 oz. (6 bars) Chocolate 4 oz. (2 jars) Instant Coffee 2Vi lbs. (6 cannisters) Pudding Mix 3 lbs. Granulated Sugar 10 oz. (4 bags) Soupmix 3 lbs. Tablet Sugar 1 oz. Black Pepper 1 2 lb. Egg Powder 15 oz. (4 bars) Toilet Soap 1 lb. Processed Cheese 10 oz. (2 boxes) Soap Flakes DON'T DELAY ORDER TODAY! REMEMBER TO: FOR CIRCULARS CALL 58-1*1:1 1. SEND YOUR CHECK FOR AMOUNT OF PARCEL. 2. FILL IN ORDER BLANK. 3. MAIL TO: Miami Beach Zionist District 235 Lincoln Road Agents For SERVICE FOR ISRAEL. L\C. UI&MT RFftTH ZIONIST DISTRICT. 235 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla. KM!, sendfmTgift .=rtixic.tef.) lor one or more of the following "FAMOUS FOUR" Food Parcels: %  -STANDARD SUPER FAMILY $10.50 (ffi $19.50 y. $38.50 G SPECIAL SELECT

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PAGE 2 A +Jenis*ncrine Id S presi lent. MiZionist District tricl joins the Z< 'A District tl lUt the ites to ntioi led that m 5s w ill include • General Zi >ning of ind the issues : the c n ing W i Id Z of the local election is Le in J. Ell. Academy Women Complete Plans For Youth Commission Father's Day Dance Gives Scholarships To Local Students fcahalf of the Student Body presents a check repreZ?! HarTrKoreScy ** ^"^ **"** JeWish Fed Sl Mr. Koretiky is an officer of The Hebrew Acadjm id, member of the Board of Gorernors of the Greater Miam'w Federation. !" JW Can I or Samuel Kelemer DAY WORKERS SS COLORED VAIDS PART TIME OR FLLL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. p„ o.5r No Chargt 3 Errployer HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Nov. Available S15 Weekly As Mothers' Helpers Nu.-s € Maids & Light Duties T treat M mi Z nisi • %  S A %¡ ... ... : .. Instil Susai V.1I s of Miami Beach Jr. ;.: Ma V .-.. Zi mist • %  '•: s [M nducted reen the : : an i 25 for the purpose tin ul tii • nteresl and imunity, and equipping th nd ol Jew n chari ol %  : : -'•• %  • hoi intzman, Mr Mi J iseph Pard >, Mrs H md S. A. Goodman Zionist Youth Somn Order of Amaranth Will Hold Games Party Flaming. C >url 12, Ordei of .11 hold ., Gan Surf Room ol the H lav, • : %  %  P :: Tl %  : %  I ttend. P i Fath-b-cue • giv. %  • %  Hebrew Acad W .: man : • • Mil %  : by Mrs J nan, : w ill I ik place on Kingston Hotel id "> t C June 16th at 8 p. m. Tinmusic of Lennie f I 0 11 0 I / INC. %  OUTt O' IH[ SUM •>:' %  Fast Direct Service To All Major a Giant Luxury Liners — Daylight NEW YORK SOQ74WASHINGTON ^* LOS ANGELES m BUFFALO 149.00* DETROIT $49.00* CLEVELAND Mf| PITTSBURGH $39.00* PHI LADELPHIA $34 00* DALLAS %  CINCINNATI $38.74* NEW ORLEANS $35.00* CHICAGO K •All Fares Plus Tax MIAMI FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE OR WRITE: 1327 EAST FLAGLER ST.. MWCl 82-3607 will is wi will be ; ireshm. nts will be s. I Mrs Kate :, %  : Mi Bertha Merinj .ff at 5-01 COULTON BROS. GARAGE Mrs. Louis Miller Dawson and his itra play for dancing. Warren s %  •„ %  .• art instructor of the I mversity • Mi Im j W ill t. tain with his charcoal drawings. All proceeds of the evening's event will g e towards the emys scholarship fund For rvati us call Mrs. fa | at o3-040ti; Mrs. Sidney Rubonowitz 58-0248: or Mrs Nowak at 83-0757 Wreck. I: ''' %  : I I'I. il M I -'.'J ML — B .011 I 'pain • ... Wrei kei S HO S W s ;h Street \| taste ROKEACH BORSCHT irf"*, i %  9t /VVJGUST BROS RW ^_ la the m w %  Jewish Funeral ScrvimJ Faithfully, we have served Jewish family .-"many years. Reverently, and with a thoroup knowledge and understanding of every de:ai we conduct each funeral in c informaoo Jewish religious traditions. Surrounded by an atmosphere of dignity ami peace, each funeral conducted in 0UI complete funeral chapels is correct in <• % %  % %  particular. iversi Memorial Chapel %  TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS West Flagler & 80th Ave. H** H< Miami Beach 5-3$ \\ 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 24-HOUR AMBULANCE S ERVIC i^J I "WARD r NEWMAN. Funeral D.rcclor ABE f'^NBERC^ IN NEW YORK 76th Sircfi and Ai"-' djm vD ', LOM' • ^ BROOKLYN HKON\