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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25NUMBER 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 15, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Bond-Selling Competition
led To Spark Summer Sales
r summer competition
(wish organizations in
Bond drive were com-
U w< ek at two meet-
fu Council of Organiza-
hc Greater Miami Corn-
Bonds of Israel Gov-
will be given to the or-
|i selling the most Israel
Dm June 11 until October
the group selling the
dollar value in bonds.
ions will be handicap-
irdmg to their member-
JWB Head Sees
Jewish Centers In
Record Expansion
YORK A record ex-
NEW
Center, $1,050; Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation $950 Pension tor Jewish Community
Temple Israel, $950: and Temple 9enters, throughout the United
Emanuel of Fort Lauderdale Sta,es in terms of facilities, ag-
$1,000. gregate membership, and attend -
Totals from other temples and ance ''' Center activities was
synagogues were not available at noled by Irving Edison, presi-
the meetings. "ane ol the National Jewish Wel-
"Wc must not allow the Israel fare, B"'il'd Bond campaign to come to a halt nu:l1 rt'P0lt of the agency for
during the sunn:,. season," 190 made public this week at a
Liebman said "Israel needs the mcetlnS "f JV/B'j national execu- |
cash from this issue now. and si- Uve committee. The JWB is the !
though our drive is off to a good national association of Jewish
start, constant sales ,re ivces-aiv Community C nters and is the
tho'l-cntest for number to maintain a steady Row of government accredited agency
' but the dollar value dollars to the new republic." lo1 religious, recreational and
ion will be unlimited by First report meetings of th. "...raie service to Jewish per
respective groups. | Council of Organizations will be sonneJ ,n \he armed forces.
will be he'c' in M'am' i,nd Miami Beach
June 21, he announced.
Jual prizes
to the man selling the
'number of bonds, to the
ing the greatest dollar U. S. Urged To OK
bonds and to a woman
lot the two categories.
inn tings were held last
Israel's Claim
, Against Germany
The .vork of the Centeis and
of the JWB itself was profoundly
affected by 'new responsibilities
thrust upon them in 1950 by the
national emergency," the report
said. Unprecedented expansion
ot Jewish Community Center
iContinued on Page 4-A)
ly at the Royal
ind the Miami Jewish | NEW YORK (JTA) The
hity Center, with bey- | United stjtes government was
I. Liebman, chairman of urged Sundav bv tne American
luncil of Organizations, Jewish Committee to support the
I claim of the Government of Israel
chairmen of most mem- I for one and a half billion dol-
Bnizations of the council lars in repara'ione from Ger-
vi n a report on sales to many "on the ground that these Shuster, American Commissioner
their groups. | acts' of the German State were for Bavaria, urged Bavarian iu-
"anization of Amer-I the direct cause of Israel's enor- thonties .reach a settlemen'
U. S. Official Calls
For Restitution
MUNICH ((JTA)Dr. George
Women with $34,550.
religious groups divi- State Dean Acheson, Jacob Blau- *s while the Bavanan gov
I n an pointed out Rabbi stein, president of the American "mc" Vnon onn muks D,
uer of Beth El as' Jewish Committee, declared that offer of ^"S?0 president of
: with the most individ- the entire economy of Israel h
1e Temple Beth Shol- in a financial way. the damage '"8
1600: Kneseth Israel, $2,000; it has caused," Mr. Blaustem
| Jewish Community pointed out.
r-
0
UJA Maps Next Rescue Moves at
NATIONAL ACTION CONFERENCE

ing outside Germany. Franz
Zdralek, head Of the Bavarian
indemnification office, told the
sh Telegraphic Agency that
the budget for next year provides
for only 8.000.000 marks for resti-
tution. He added that he would
sock to 1 Main 1 greater appropri-
ation and that is he failed, he
wi old resign. ,
The B iv irian Si nate appealed
to !', di n I Germi n auth itii
extend pn I nti tr< tmen tr
the n stitution claims of victims
of Na/ism who are more than
go years ol age and also to '
who have been permanently ais-
ableci as a result of their suf-
fering in N tzi concentration
camps. .... .1
One deputy charged that of
100 000 compensation claims niea
I to date, only 12.000 have been
processed. Dr. J. Spanier, newly-
elected member of the Bavarian
Senate, declared that "if Bavaria
cannot meet its obligations under
the restituti >n law, >t would call
,, the Federal Government to
>cessary funds.
A National Action Conference
of the United Jewish Appeal
held at the Palirer House in Chi-
cago on Saturday evening. May
26. and all day Sunday. May 27.
mapped American Jewry's next
moves for the rescue and trans-
fer to Israel of tens of thousands
of Jews from Eastern European
and Moslem lands. To speed the
transfer to Israel of Jews like
those shown in the adjacent
photos, the UJA requires the full
mobilization of American Jews
behind community campaigns.
Young newcomer to Israel
1 above), shown wilh nurse, is one
of 11.000 brought from Roumania
since January. 1951. while im-
migrant at right is among those
brouqht to safety from Iraq with
the help of the UJA. The UJA
supports the United Palestine Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, United Service for New
Americans.
Israel Resumes Huleh Drainage
provide th, nee
Soviet Officials To Return
Jewish Property
BERLIN JTA)The Soviet au-
thorities were reported to be
ready to return to the Jewish
Sunity in East Berhr. Jewish
communal property lewdja
the Nazi regime. The property
nvolvi
______
Claims Czech Jews Have
Received Restitution
r"^<" "' VIENNA (JTA 1Father Josef
I A view of the damage caused by a dynamite explosion in the PiojhaV, Czech Minwter of Health
C?tf** -* *-* **? ** ^Tuesday, who to vis. W ^loavakia
have received full restitution for
: damages suffered under the
i Nazis.
. Arenue. The blast, which occurred on Tui^
e 5. around 10 p.m.. ripped a hole more than a loot a y
"ly three feel wid. in thTreinforced concrete'&><*.*unm ly!
the wall was damaged and long crack. "" '"*h^"floor,
concrete blocks, several of which were scattered on tne
JERUSALEM 'JTA, Israel
resumed work on the Huleh
swamp drainage project in th<
Israeli section ol tne d< mil
ized zone, in accordance with a
decision of the United Nations
authorities here, announced dur-
ing the weekend by Gen William
E. Riley. U. N. Chief of Staff.
No incidents were rep .ted.
Gen. Riley also announced that
he will continue investigations
With a view to concluding ar- ,
rangem'ents w ith the Arab
owners of 'he seven-acres of land }
affected by the drainage project '
to accept compensation or ex-
change their present holdings for
other land in the demilitarized
zone. If agreement with the
Arab landowners cannot be
cached. Gen. Riley may find it
necessary to seek further in-
structions from the U. N. Secur-
ity Council.
The Arab newspaper Adifaa,
published in the Arab-held Old
City of Jerusalem, has reported
that the Syrian government sent
;, tPlegram t 1 its represents lvi
at the United Nations in New
Vork instructing him to pi
the decision authorizing I
sum ':- '
: the Hul( The
id that the Syrain rep-
the United Natii nj that his
eminent does not accept the de-
cision.
Officials of the U. N. truce
commission, meanwhile, today
continued interviewing Arabs
transferred out of the demilitar-
ized zone in the Huleh area by
thi Israel government, to ascer-
tain wheth 1 th y wish to return
to their former homes. The in-
tervi w are being conducted
without the presence of Israel
Army or police officere. The
Israel | >nt lias agreed t'>
this procedure.
Gi ii. Riley today designated
Col. Samuel G. Taxis, an Ameri-
can, as chairman of the Syrian-
Israeli Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion. He announced the appoint-
ment after consultations with of-
ficials of the governments of
Israel and Syria. Col. Taxis re-
places the French chairman of
the Armistice Commission wh.i e
handling of the Syrian-Israeli
dispute was bitterly criticized by
the Israelis.
It was also announced by the
U. N. Triue Commission today
that after more than 31 years
of service, Gen. Riley has, at his
request, been placed on th.' re
tired list of the United States
Marine Corps He was retired
with the rank of Lieutenant-Gen-
eral, but is Subject tO recall to
rat-, by the Pn sident. At
hi ntinuc
in his N chwf
SI
U. N 1 rters hen
Helgei Andi
the 1 1 ncili-
ation ( or"
: ti day in Beirut, one
nf the first stops in his courtesy
trip which will Lring hin. into
personal contact with the highest
ranking government officials and
with United Nations organs in
the Middle East.


PAGE 2 A
+Jenisli flcricfian
Educator Advocates Organized Effort
To Stamp Out American Anti-Semitism
By ROBERT S GAMZEY
(Edit r <'f tntermountain Jewish Sew*)
DENVER (AJP)"There would be fewer Jewish gangsters if they
were met with organized Jewish contempt -Fighting for
ers, including Negi es and Hispanics is a thankless
proved by the existing of widespri id and intense Ni
Semitism ." "Support of Israel is a Jewish defense must
These are among the contro-
lints made by Prof. Ed-
win M. Sears, preside:.' Den
New American Club i94t>.
f< ssor at Denvi r Univer-
sity, and pro-Hitler secretary t
in in Bir
' Sears wr it< th e and
tati nents in ..
of two arti
FRIDAY
ROSENWALD VISITS
ISRAEL IN JULY
as
anti-
f anti-Semil n
cerning supposed lack of Ji
fighti iild< etc.,
all blasted by their ag icull I
military and nation-building
, achievements
- ies ol two articles .ntitled _,. _, ,
"Was Hitler Right?" in the April lh>' Denver aw PTof>
and May issues of "Jewish gests that hatemoni lil lists
" magazine. be obtained, and mailed
Shown an advance copy of
to attacks on Jews. He ah
ommends that B"nai B'rith
ings include portions of pr
d.'voted to teaching individual
Jews how to reply to anti-J. wish
statements by their non-Jewish
business aquaintances and cus-
tomers.
On the matter of self-policing.
The author has missed at least Sears said that while professional ice ior
one hypothesis undergirding our nti-Semites cannot be won over conslil
work: namely, a lack of faith -v Delng "good." "many a well- ; will m
itic institutions, but nieaninj but uninformed Gentile i rael to
...... <-' ,,n i)t. anfj j);i< been confused ""l*~
Sears" articles and asked
to comment. Mickey Freed. Rockv
Mountain regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League declined
to be drawn into an argument
and briefly stated, "Illustrative
led interest in the pro-
grams of various civic d<
ncies. That's commendable.
'I ry ting!"
I of defensi
' '
I *-ai I Gern nj Pr :
...
' leal rips ]
ant -Ger-

:' id that
'
ti-Jew

[ion t
' S
tude of 1
it oi balancini
potentially .hostile forces
;:nd of restraining the warring
Seat pn viously wrote
and the Jewish News
"can Jewry must be
we'1. ted in both the Re-
public.,.., and Democratic parties
;.nd not gamble all their eggs in
sss in
I in the current
the si
-
S Vs '
' b< .... such
'-Semil possibl.
est insult to Jews
illy, and icl ..

Us attention to
and disturbed I ontrast be-
tween the organized factually
Gil and Fu
i on Mickey
Bu
Self-policii

'
I tential nti-S
tioi I
the Jewisl
' lid h vi
tment, A
ADL |
I e to J
latioi been d
the J News .
ity.
Regi title, "Was Hit-
ght?", Prof. Sears warns
IS
ght
un-
gener-
rer was right
on other things, including his
anti-Jewish policy.
Acceptance of Hitler's prophe-
cies "would mean U. S. Jewry's
zero hour." Sears says. Defense
work should concentrate on this
peril, he warns, crticizing defense
agencies "preocupation with false
controversies as a danger for
Jewish security because it absorbs
William Rosenwald. National
Chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and Honorary
President of the United Serv-
ice for New Americansa UJA
constituent agencythis July
make his first visit to Is-
to survey immigration and
settlement needs that must be
tr.il there this Fall through the
UJA's nationwide campaign.
Mr. Rosenwald will confer
with President Chairr. Weiz-
rrann. Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. with other mem-
bers of the Israel Cabinet and
Government, and with lead-
e.s of tba Jewish Agency. Fol-
lowing a ten-day tour of the
Jewish Slate, the UJA Nation-
al Chairman will travel to
Europe to ascertain conditions
in the DP camps of Germany
and Austria and immigration
problems facing the USNA. He
will also inspect installations
of the Joint Distribution com-
mittee. Mr. Rosenwald. who
will hi accompanied by his
wife, will report his findings to
American Jewish comr on return to this country
Peretz Svhooln
Sthvilulv Pivniv
The school boards ol the Work-
men's Circle Peretz Schools will
culminate the school year with
a Picnic in toe pavilhon of
Matheson Hammock on Wtdncs-
day, June 20.
Th,. 100 pupils of both schools,
their parents, the school boards,
and friends have been invited to
The principal of the
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DAY WORKERS S5
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULLTI
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
ACE EMPLOYMENT
N.E. 1st Ave. ph o ,,,
NO CharBe ,0 Employer"60'
127
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Now Available
SIS Weekly
As Mothers' Helpers
Nurse Maids & Light Duties
lively and through irrelevant re-
ults a false sense of security."
Habbi hvhrman
To Attend Meet
bi Irving Lehrman will
' I ticipate in
nnual convention of the

' H ti
V k
:.'j'y' J" June
who is a mem-
Itivi :
n th. :
..,,' a paper on
Public Education and the C.
1 '.! Intellectual Lead-
ership tob, presented bj Jan
Marsjjajj, ,,n of ,he late L
On,, of th highlights of the
Jtieth birthday of
' M. Kapl
the program. Mrs. Lesavin, the
Singing teacher, will organize
games and community singing
In addition to :he station wagons
of th,. schools and the private
- I Workmen's Circle mem-
'" 'al bus has bren char-
;' fortablel ans-
portation for all.
,
b
COLOR MOVIES
TAKEN
ol
Weddings
Bar Mitzvah
and Other Special Occasions
Coll 58-8685
ARTVUE COLOR
MOVIE STUDIO
2525 S.W. 8th Street
taste
ROKEACH
BORSCHT
Oi.tr.OuteO Oy P.lm UlfblMlwt,
Both El To nvdivatP
To Philip Hcrkouitz
The new terazzo patio of the
Congregation Beth El Center will
be dedicated Sunday, June 17, at
8 p. m.. as in honor of the Philip Berkowitz
family.
Mr. Berkowitz is one of the
founders of the congregation and
has been a consistant benefactoi
of the institution through the
years.
The event this Sundav will con-
sist of a dance and buffet din-
ner. A plaque will be unveiled
with the following dedication-
"In sincere appreciation for yi
of devotion and generous contri-
butions to Congregation Beth El
this patio is dedicated as The
Berkowitz Patio."
Another plaque will be un-
veiled in memory of Emma and
Isaac Kurm.in "in appreciation
for the efforts of Mr. and Mrs
Abe Kurman in erecting the new
terazzo patio.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will of-
ficiate at the unveiling of the
| plaques. Sidney H. Palmer
president of the congregation'
I will address the assemblage as
will Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president
of the sisterhood.
The entertainment committee
; will be in charge of refreshment-
; and entertainment.
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r, JUNE 45, 1951
11 Say...
[arrival in Tel Aviv, the tourist without hotel
lions wanders on Hayarkon looking for ac-
jations. The clerk of an ocean front hotel can
rm courtesy refuse him in Hebrew, English,
Yiddish, German, or Polish. Passing the
[Dan. a Floridian gets a lift on reading the
L, i ..bout a new hotel to be built en the blue
I an by a Miami-Tel Aviv corporation.
LUCKY STRIKES
tly I walked to the dusk, shook hi
clerk, ar.d asked if Mi'. Federman
in, "Don't you know m from Mia
I landly. "Of course, we have your n
thought I was Max Ol
Lthout protekzia influence
: luck that befell
the convoy at .1. rusalem I it
van ': i Ian 1
Hebrew University and Had!
i Mt. Scopus. That morning a Dr. Simoi
up. H.s name was on the list |
. t i tiu UN official
J ame easily explained
L at experience alone as woi
*JfmUtfk*Htor
PAGE 3 A
The Golden Link Between Miami and Israel
hould stimulate others in our city to
Jo likewise. The know-how of Miami Beach hotel
building and management would be a valuable con.
iition to Israel's i my.
A SUCCESS STORY
i of Mr. Federman is a
...... ; int re-
Hitler's G
Ki lutz. Real-
c J. wish
' -; phei
laced his

intry i g the m
iiir.g a top lis: i
MI BEACH HOTEL IN ISRAEL
: : lud of Miami business men hel] i
j. el's tourist problem. It was Mr. Fedei
formed me that Sam Friedland,
v. Sam Blank. I. L. Mintzer, 5r-d Dan Ruskin
ined him in the venture to erect a hotel of 115
on Tel Aviv's sea shore. Designed along the
Miami Beach lines by Albert Anas and Melvin
..an. architects of Lincoln Road, it will be the
|h posing hotel in all Israel, second only to the
David of Jerusalem,
(aver Federman further alleged that the same
intends to construct a cement factory, form
_.;, bank, ar.d build another hotel in Haifa.
...prises, which will no doubt prove paying
A MIAMI INVESTOR
1947. 1 i
:. vitz, and M
In n the tuatii n in
[found t
. :..; .
: ii hotel und<

- .. t would make an excellent
for development.
Then and there Max Orovitz declared he would
take a h^lf interest. T::e following morning, we
drove on the 85 mile coastal stretch to Haifa. There
was a hazard from snipers as we speeded past the
Arab villages. The port city itself had an ominous
look, as we drove by streets guarded ty Jews or
Arabs armed to the teeth. North of Haifa, we in-
spected the purchase made by Max the night be-
fore. The white sandy beach, the incomplete casino,
and the bathing cabanas promised an attractive in-
vestment to our Landsman.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
LAND OF PROMISE +
Last October, I learned from governrrrnt offi-
cials and news men teat I just missed Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, who had taken moving pictures of
Is ael Si /eral nights ago. I saw ar.d enjoyed this
ids for Israel. Baron's Land
of Promise is I i tt< r th anyth g I ever saw pio-
the Jewish Natii nal Fund, or the Hadas-
Keren Hayes I. Technicolor gives it
'i is r.o att< : I to pud
ins oi the mis-
:- :.- in th( Beth Olim.
oi citi -. t iwns,
1 is 1 need by
ol industrj torj T -:ged
- ; : illy Galili n uxt
pictun how
ilse of the peo-
le. It i t the full extent
e if I eft hi
twenty-five
AN ARSENAL AND RECRUITING STATION
the Jew-
r. Piar.es wen -.1: >:ed and 11 I
I terial i [uipment were ass
:.....: -.. ppi Volunte< :- Were S I I SI -
lited. One the non-Jew Ben-
lin Winter.-, was apprehended on his return. An
ndictment was filed charging him with enlistment
in foreig! service. The prcsecut.ng attorney, having
swallowed false propaganda that the new state
leaned towards Communism, displayed hostility.
The New York office advised Mr. Winters to
plead guilty, and a visiting Federal Judge from West
Virginia imposed sentence. Had our local group been
consulted, a fighter for Israel's independence would
never have served 18 months. A qualified lawyer
could have delayed his trial past the emotional stage.
A jury would never convict an American doing for
Israel what Lafayette did for George Washington.
krew School
nIifiliation Set
Sunday Night
ii Hebrew School and
r in will hold its an-
confirmation exercises on
av, June 17, at 8:30 p. m.
.'school building, 1101 S. W.
Ave. Rabbi Simon April
ficiate.
jkfirmands include Sam A.
t, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
lank. 1410 S. W. 17th Ter.:
[Irene Chaplin, daughter of
land Mis. Sidnev Chaplin,
|S. W. 17th Ter.; Myron Coul-
jon of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
on, 2775 S. W. 29th Ave.;
landd Gcrstel, son of Mr. and
Herman Gerstel, 2570 S. W.
Ave.: Harry Gruen, son of
d Mrs. Max Gruen. 1040
13th Ave.; Judith Scma
s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis. 1223 S. W. 19th Ter.;
|ip Uarnett, son of Mrs. Ann
(wer, 2270 S. W. 23rd Ter.;
M. Schwadron, daughter
Ii. and Mrs. Joseph Schwad-
1941 S. W. 19th Ave.; Frank
Iwolf, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Schulwolf, 2111 S. W. 23rd
National Director Of Women's Division
Of Israel Bond Drive To Speak Here
Mrs. Ernest Peiser. national
director of the women's division
of the Israel Bond drive, who re-
cently returned from a visit to
Israel on a fellowship granted by
Hadassah, will speak at the Royal
Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave.,
on Friday, June 15, in behalf of
the $500,000,000 State of Israel
Bond Issue.
Plans for the organization of
the women's division of the
Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government will
be completed during Mrs. Peiser's
visit here.
Presidents, bond chairmen, and
bond workers of all Jewish wom-
en's organizations in Greater Mi-
ami have been invited to the ses-
sion, scheduled to begin at 10
a. m. _
Funds provided through the
bond issue will make possible
DR. H. CENTNER
Optometrist
becializing in Eye Examina-
tions and the Fitting of
Glasses
Announces
he opening of his New Office
at 1759 S. W. 8th Street
Hfice Hours: 9 A.M. to 2 P.M
[Evenings by Appointment
Phone 82-9764
Receives Master's Degree
Herbert Lipton of River Edge.
N.J., son of Mrs. Rose Lifshitz of
Miami Beach, was awarded a
master of arts degree in psychol-
ogy at the sixty-first annual
commencement exercises of
Clark University, Worcester,
Mass., on Saturday afternoon.
He studied at the City College
of New York and received a B.b.
from Rutgers University. He is
a member of Phi Beta Kappa
and graduated from Rut
with special honors :n psychol-
ogy. He is a veteran of two
vears in th-' army.
large-scale expansion of Israel's
industry and agriculture in the
immediate future. Offering an
opportunity for American invest-
j ment in the world's fastest grow-
ing democracy, the Bond Issue
will aid in the realization of
1 Israel's potential as the key in-
1 dustrial state of the Middle East,
and will help the Jewish State
absorb into its economy the 600,-
. 000 immigrants expected during
the coming three years.
A member of the national serv-
'. ice committee of Hadassah, Mrs.
Peiser has held many important
posts in the Zionist movement.
A resident of Kansas City, Mis-
souri, she is one of the Midwest's
; leading Zionists.
She served as a delegate to the
World Zionist Congress in Basle,
Switzerland, in 1946, and has
made several visits to Palestine
i both before and since the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel.
Mrs. Peiser has played a lead-
I ing role in communal work in
Kansas City, She has been a
member of the general assembly
of the Jewish Welfare and Com-
munity Council of Greater Kan-
sas City. She has served as chair-
man of the junior division of the
Jewish Community Council, and
has been a deelgate from her
, city to the American Jewish
Conference.
Food Fair Store Wins
District Courtesy Award
The Miami Food Fair store,
5580 N. E. Fourth Ct., was re-
cently adjudged district courtesy
champion in the fifth phase of
a continuing courtesy program
carried on by Food Fair Stores,
Inc., Myer B. Marcus, executive
vice president, announced in
Philadelphia. Manager Enoch
McConnell and his staff will re-
ceive a $290 cash prize. A $100
cash prize was awarded the Food
Fair store ut 1845 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, second prize win-
ner.
AIRS. ERNEST PEISER
The breakfast meeting at the
Roval Palm is expected to at-
tract more than 75 of the com-
munitiy's women volunteers for
the bond drive. A committee of
arrangements is headed by-
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Bee
Jaffer, and Mrs. Harry Gersten.
Friday night Mrs. Peiser will
speak during the Oneg Shabbat
at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, 320 Palermo Ave.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
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EDITORIAL
FHIDay
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II ram IV is L'niversitv
June this year will be the last to pass without
commencement exercises at Brandeis University
the new and growing center of learning in V.V\
thcan, Mass. Opening with 107 students
Brandeis now has nearly 500 and by the
oi the 1952 fall semester ;s expected to have
700. Its first commencement will be held a year
from now; already the institution has beer.
powered to grant master's and doctor's, as we]]
as honorary degrees.
While the size of the student body at Brandeis.
would normally continue to expand indefinitely,
present plans call for stabilizing it at 1,000 once
that figure is reached. Additional students are
to be admitted for graduate work only, and the
advisability of creating graducte schools in such
fields as law, medicine, business, social work,
administration and creative arts is being cm:
fully studied. The intention is to retain the pres- '
en! faculty-student ratio of one to nine, what-
ever expansion takes place.
With 14 major buildings already on its 165-
acre campus, a S22,000,0<>0 building campaian
is under way, and two new dormitories and'a
student commons building overlooking the
Charles, as well as a stadium and field house
are expected to be ready for use in the fall
btudents from 28 states and six foreign countries
are registered, so broad is the apoeal of this
enterprising modern university named for the
-cte Associate Justice Louis D. Brandeis of the
bupreme Court of the United States. Its far-
reaching influence is only just beginning to be
rightful
fact
That would H
THAT'S A DESTROYING HAND, SIR!
_Brandeis University now takes its
National Council Of Jewish Women
Equips New Playroom At Ellis Island
place on the roster of American institutions of
higher education.
The American Jewish community mav well
be proud of its record of growth and develop-
ment. r
JWB Head Sees
Jewish Centers In
Record Expansion
(Continued from Page 1-A)
facilities, coinciding with the de-
national i mei gency,
l>is4-riiiijlio|1
The recent disclosure bv Ik. ,
ish Congress that medical xZ^A
have been employing ', Choo's inU
a lawdesigned^oyIeUaCtrr0
educahon again points "^
lotion alone is not an effectivL
brgotry. Where there is a ^.r^^l
a method will be found. deliH
One must indeed be nenve to
re law on the books would
form sinner into saints. Tl
trary to human nature. VVhr-t
the disclosure is ,at men ^
educational process in aZl *m '
heir trust lou^ l^^^
by using the personal inteSe,
circumvent the ban against havl
state their religion and" color, ,he Sl
guilty of as sharp and uqly a ll>
ceivable. 9y a P"*1***
Although discrimination has been li
of most protesicnal schools, the IJ
leges somehow have always beenT**
ttrth- I^Throdd^-
that the medical field is one where
is treated alike, whether white or H
hgious or irreligious, Jew or Christian.
Stringent laws against discrimination ii.
cation may help. But this is at bestonlr
range remedy. In view of the obstacles!
Jewish medical students, the best sol
the problem, in our estimation, rests ink
tion of specifically Jewish professional
on a non-sectarian basis. The planned i
of a medical school by the Yeshivah
_Js a step in the right direction.
le the "fullesl
! ( ent: programs and s< vici
'" "< ni i- i l tin natii n's de
fen e mobilization."
1 d to JWB'a n iti mwide
I eatioi
fees for J n en an I w
in uniform, C< \
lung out thi wel-
'
N rvici and
Overseas Amy Job* Available
Many positions with the Army petroleum phases of the
in overseas installations are still neerins profession.
open to qualified eivilians, J. A.
| Bliss, manager of the Florida
Strte Employment Service, said
this week. The local office of Hoi 3! I EmploymcB
the Florida stat,. Employment '"
S vice is- D.-,nir-in-.t,n i- .. w,u '
Men or any oi these i veneu -
their qua
lions tn the local office
hur^Sl; ^e i8 participating in a a-
A I!
wonwide publicity campaign de-
I to i cquaint ,|,r ity.
with the need for h i
civilian., to fill these ] Ploy
The United States Emploj :"ch
. qu or m I
ind lano local
"'"' s of t .,, |,,. ,
services affiliated with USES
cond di -.'

Comparing birthplaces, on a globe contributed by NCJW
'.' "- servici rid ',:'' con iu \ ruitrnent dci
,h(,: families, uprooted conjuncti in w .' P '
lemand m ment, found tnt Overse \
) ''"' ready to offer them '"' D nt oj th Vrmy.
inendly contacts, a i.l:,,-,. in n... Mure tli 111 7n ,, k .,.......'... ___
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friendly contacts, a place in the
l!'<- 'i the sommunity, i rid an
antidote to the lonelim
new and strange envi
, '" ;;,i,il." : port goes on
jewisn c ommunity Ct nters a]
' hub of community
nia d as "natural
Points for civilian
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public health background" voter-
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kind of en ini i are wanted,
"ul lined in i
al, industrial,
communications, safety,
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food. -
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quantities of w
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will soon start the manufacture-
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Israels agriculture and her con-
VOLUME 2A Number 24 wh"chwill e^ar'cf'raoSdiv" a f
OFFICE and PLANT
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Telephones 2-11412-8212
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JNE 15, 1951
fice Assists Police In Search
arsons Behind Northside Blast
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PAGE 5 A
of vandalism has
emendous interest all
jntry, and the league's
Miami has received
I requests for informa-
ln said. "Jewish com-
pound the country, as
religious and civic
been gravely con-
iout this hoodlumistic
house of worship as
[undermining factor of
democratic freedom,"
licated.
,_ the culprits have not
fn apprehended, George
president of the
Jewish Congregation,
,1 the ADL he strongly
Ku Klux Klan. "This ,
ic, work merely of |
:., stated to an ADL j
fctive, "but a calculated,
fni/.d act of violence." i
E,, 0n the possibility |
responsibility for this |
Jylkin emphasized that i
the Ku Klux Klan and
jing organizations are
to spread bigotry, the I
sown for such acts of |
"In an environment ,
lv democratic human re-
the absence of or-
movementg such I
ks on a sacred \
Worship would not be
Balkin said. "The dy-
! the Northside Jewish
a grave affront to the
American boys and
\ iple over the
i lv making in behalf
iti d Nations forces
| on the battle-
" B i' kin said.
closely with the
Department.
, inducting investiga-
| >ing. the league's
. suggested --'
venues of ap-
ndi a v.'ling to detect
[j ators of the bomb-
ue is reserving
\ involvement in
the several per-
il .. I v : eported as pos-
implicated, Balkin
to w o r d received
\ C il Detectives
the investiga-
continue until the dy-
..'. and jailed.
. I.
king into an-
c'k which ap-
iv ted by anti-
and which may be di-
i in with the dyna-
. Mo ch of this year a
. s lived through the
uf the Northside Jewish
Miami Beach's Finest
amd larcest
h Funeral Home
Levine Irving Blasberg
(th Heard Funeral Director
construction," he stated. "This
attack was therefore most un-
expected, and we do not suspect
our neighbors." However, police
are conducting comprehensive
interrogations of residents in that
area.
Dynamiting of the Northside
Jewish Center was not the onlv
desecration of a Jewish house
of worshp in Greater Miami this
year, Balkin revealed publicly for
the fir.-,l time. Another unpub-
lished incident took place earlier
in the year. The league worked
actively with law enforcement
officials at that time to appre-
hend the vandals and devise ef-
ap- fective remedial actions.
"These acts of violence aimed
Weisbaum revealed to an ADL | at tne Jewish community should
representative that no difficulties alert all citizens to the need for
from neighbors had been en- continuing day to day orogram-
countered in the more than a ming to combat bigotry," Balkin
year that th1; congregation's in-
tent to build had been known.
"In fact, several neighbors, in-
eluding a lady who contributed
to the building fund, had indi-
cated their approval of the new
ti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith's Florida Regional
been lending full cooperation to the Miami Police De-
nd other local law enforcement agencies in an effort
the persons responsible for the Northside Jewish Cen-
ing on June 5, Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL Director,
Center's temporary meeting place
while the board of directors was
meeting, President Weisbaum
disclosed. The bullet, judged of
.32 calibre by the hole in the
window pane, was never found,
and the culprits were not
prehended.
Council Group To Aid New Americans
With Semi-Annual Report To DP Unit
declared. "They should serve to
reemphasize the urgency ol all
persons in the community joining
in the efforts to advance demo-
cratic human relations and un-
rig all pen].]!
Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women this
week offered to help all New
Americans who entered the
United States prior to May 1,
1951, in filing their semi-annual
report with the Displaced Per-
sons Commission, Washington,
D.C., by July 1, as required by
the DP Act of 1948.
Mrs. Florence Finklestein, ex-
ecutive secretary of council, said
that forms for filing are avail-
able at the council offices in the
Langford Building. Council aides
will assist the DPs in compiling
the required information.
Mrs. Finklestein advised that
the head of a family may file for
himself, his spouse, and unmar-
ried children who were under 21
years Of age at the time of im-
migration into this country. The
requires the following in-
formation to be furnished: alier
bers of the family, ages, date of
entry into the United States,
residence, occupation, and name
and address of the employer.
Four semi-annual rports are re-
quired from each of the DPs.
According to law, willful fail-
ure to file is punishable by a
fine of not more than $500 or
imprisonment for not more than
six months.
Pianist Wins Honor
Miss Shirley Usdansky, Miami
Beach High School student, won
superior rating for the second
successive year in the Florida
Choral Association's contest,
open to pianists associated with
local choirs.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Usdansky, 1116 Ocean Drive,
Anyuta
she is a pupil of Miss
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Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
WEST MIAMI:
The stirring community over there in the southwest is rolling
up a number of proud things. The families are integrating them-
selves into what promises to grow into a big Wist Miami Jewish
Center; and all the men are mighty busy. Ben Nirenhe's been
living there nigh unto four years is an exterminator by day,
running his own business. At night, he's giving himself television
and radio schooling in the Aviation Building. You've noticed their
beautiful kids: Larry and Allen With his home in Ben's block
is Dave Dresner, wholesale grocer. Dresner is president of the
Center there .
Others in tha group are accountant Ed Holley Bill
Bender, who's also commander of the West Miami Post 223.
Jewish War Vets accountant Marty Beigel Lou Goldin.
And in just what sparetime they collect, they're doing a
huge job of being humane to other vets, in Pratt, every week.
FLAME-TREES:
The offical week is over, but the riotous blooming of the
crimson flowers on the spectacular poinciana trees will conti
Marking the first-time chapter in the 14-year-old Poinciana Festi-
val was the presence of Nat Simon. Manhattan sor~-vriter. Nat
was dubbed "Sir Nathaniel Simon" the other night at Bavfront
Park, while 12.000 applauded. As composer of their theme-song
Poinciana Song to the Tree." Nat executed one of his knightly
gestures the following evening at Coral Cables Country Club
when he played his song exactly as he wrote it originally; and
loaned the piano up with a fast medley of his ..tlur tines'- -The
Old Lamplighter." "Coax Me a Little Bit," "My Bolero." and hits
that promptly brought to his side Coral Gables' Mavor Dave
Hendrick, Jr.
Nat and his wife Sally are remaining at the Atlantic
Towers Hotel for a bit. Sally is frankly watching the sand
edge into Nat's shoes. This year, they're averaged ir,we than
just mild commutingFlorida already has nicked off seven
months ...
,.., 'Mi'aH1KBe^t'h, Soi.nel.ana Day saw trees planted by a motor-
h fn ,V*h' Ba'ur,ns W convertible. Ceil is operator of
tin- famed Rainbow Room cocktail lounge in Miami. The entire
RVr. AT7\Uy f\',d BJ lu.nCnen b-v Abc Allenberg at his
Kobtrt Rule:, later. And checking in just in time to catch up
Ren, k v'""- T WKAI"S "Wtime news-reporter. Sam
PEOPLE '""' "f tlU' Gld CoaS| N
r^MMPS'/,Ule5' fiigLh,s and tr'Ps are Today's Topics .
1\J!l ,elso" and .h\s, familV ave gone to Kaueonga Lake
mer nZ ^mk'"0: N',Y-' as USual ,or ,he -
YorVditv ^C,r. Plan"'"9 a Dickie visit to New
York City Sol Goldstrom left for New York, for that
Shapiro architect Norman M Gil-1
JOTTINGS- :' Bert Lasky~ !
rr,\^ae, .^evin,.keePs Posted on the motor trip: a lechni-
Sunshine -Pre e-s io2wV9ht \ .,,gn.-up ,0 b*COme "Miss
frocks fi Coth/m's SjfSJSS ^ A^*
Suti! ju : wavHerS '"" PieC? of a pot'm ** Helen
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Dr. Leonard Lewis
Wed To Denver Girl
A sundown ceremony at the
garden of her parent's home
united Miss Wyrth Dianne Rosen
; and Dr. Leonard A. Lewis on
| Thursday. June 7- Rabbi Her-
bert Friedman officiated.
Miss Rosen, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rosen of Den-
! Mickey Zarr Betrothed
| To Morton A. Orbach
Mr. and Mrs. B. Zarr, 1686 S
, W. 11th Terr., announce the be
trothal of their daughter, Mickey
J to Morton A. Orbach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Orbach, 3630 S W
5th Terr.
! The bride-elect, a graduate of
Slla^\- High Scho1- als"
attended the Lniversity of Miami
She is a member of Star Chap-
Mr Orbach graduated from
the University of Miami Law
School and is presently practic-
ing in Miami. He is a member
of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
Wedding plans have been made
for early September.
September Wedding Set
A September 2 wedding is be-
ing planned by Miss Harriet Ruth
Mintz, University of Miami stu-
dent, whose engagement to Ber-
nard S. Rockman, son of Mrs
Anne RocKinan, ttazelton. Pa,
has been announced by her par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mintz
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
The bride-elect is a member of
Iota Alpha Pi sorority, Sociology
Club and Hillel. Y '
MRS. LEOSARD A. LEWIS
ver, Colo; was given in mar-
riage by her father. She chose
I as her (inly attendant her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Justin Rosen. The
bridegroom's brother, D. Robert
Lewis was his best man. Thev
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. j.
Gerald Lewis of 617 E. DiLido
Dr., Miami Beach.
The bride, a recent graduate
of Denver University, is a mem-
of Phi Beta Kappa Honor-
Fraternity, and was chosen
the outstanding woman student
of Pi Gamma Mu, social science
n ir iry frato.nitv. Dr. Lewis is
J graduate Of Duke University
Medical College, and is at pre.-ent
an intern, at Colorado Gem
Hospital in Denver.
Among out of town guests who
came for the wedding were Mrs.
Hay Nov.,k. ,n, | M;. .,,( _\i,..
Justin R .sen ol Falls City Ne-
braska; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. D. R ,bert
Lewis of Miami Beach.
Rosen Bar Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of Alfred Paul
Rosen, sot of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I Rosen, 2166 S. W. 14th Terrace,
will be held on Saturday, June
16, at 9 a. m. at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
Rabbi Simon April will offici-
ate.
The Rosens will honor the
young man, who is a student at
bhenandoah Junior High School,
at Kiadush following the services
and at a dinner at the Miami
Beach Athletic Club Sunday at
6 p. m.
' Most Honored Comra i
Moscow. Sir,
My duties grow ur.wieldier.
The mass- elude the truth
Preoccupied by fads uncouth.
They work their gardens, raise their pets
And watch their television sets. P
And fish and swim like one obsessed.
These downtrodden, these poor Oppressed .

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Pioneer Women's Organiza-
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fathers Day dinner on Sundav
June 17, at 6 p.m. at Beth Tfila'h
Congregation, 935 Euclid Ave
Proceeds from the affair will
be allotted for aid to the children
0 Israel. The subscription of
SLaO covers a full course din-
n, ^ad.lng l h,c arrangements
committee are Mrs. Esther Gar-
ter and Mrs. Pakula, assisted by
Biodes. Minnie Bower. Mr
Breger, and others.
Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kap-
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Beckerman will offer folk
and Manva Shubow will present
readings by Sholem Aleichem
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Reeled. -\ president of the
Qn iter Miami Cantors' Associa-
tion for the fifth consecutive
year at a meeting June 4 was
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of
Temple Beth Sholom.
Fellyw officers for the coming
year include Jacob Tambor. Beth
El. vice president: Joseph W
Malek. Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
', secretary; Berele Kelemer.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
ation, treasurer; Abraham
Kneseth Israel, librarian.
on 'he bodice *l?1
She will weir a %*A
* th--tieSr,Sa
carry a sorav .^"U
of Brookline, jfi?*,"
P?stel tulle andIwffl
pink roses.
Brother of the l
'a/n, of lUq
-t-man. Chosen??
Mass.; Edward Flei,I
o ^e bride, BosM
Vitz Manchester ft?1
^vy, Boston; C'
Orange N.Jan I
of thf. bride. Fred a^
ton.
nl,'VI'r F'l'isher a J
Pha Epsilon Phi Sorority J
the American Associated
versity Women recwejp
A, from Cornell and hsr
from Columbia UniveraTh
Chaplain, son of the late'jil
I Chaplain, took his B. S {ml
University of Florida aadijj
I A. f: :- N V. U. Heiso
I dent of the Miami B
nber of Commerce i.
sistant sales promotion!
for the Enterprise Storesh
, ton He attained the rank*!
jor during the war,
served four years with tt
Desti iyerj (Army).
A reception vu\\ be hi
lowing tha wedding
at the Pine Brook Cou.
-i and his brothel
mond will leave from
Beach I attend the nupt
Following a wedding _,
Eur : .pie will besk.
in B ifter September It
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FRIDAY, TUNE 15. 1951
rsonally Speaking .7
Irs. Esther Landau. 1010 9th Street, Miami Beach left
fday for Bellerose. Long Island, where she will visit her
daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, one of whom
[will see for the first time. Mrs. Landau will remain in the
fcr a month.
* *
lr. and Mrs. Max Meisel are flying to the Pacific coast for
snth's tour of various libraries in which Mr. Meisel is in-
ked. He has also been invited to attend the 75th annual
trersary meeting of the American Library Association in
jgo.
* *
)on. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ablin, was recently grad-
from Choate School cum laude and is entering Harvard
lersity.
* *
Irlyne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel, was grad-
' from Stephens College in Missouri.
* *
JMis. Fredric Rosenthal and her children Vickie and Alan
Ion are leaving for a trip to New York where they will
v/ith their relatives and friends. Mr. Rosenthal will join
later.
* *
VIrs. Celia Landy, of 1366th Street, will leave Miami
ch for New York where she will spend several months.
]e there she will attend the wedding of her niece

I Early vacation arrivals at Duncraggin Inn. Henderson-
Y N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky. Mrs. Elliot Pearl
son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbrun, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Iczer. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Benjamin and Mr. Arthur Epstein.
* *
[Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess accompanied by their son
[and daughter Louise, left this week for a visit with friends
relatives in New York. Jay, talented young pianist, will
attend Julliard School of Music where he will take courses
^eybcard harmony and improvisation. Mrs. Hess will take
advanced teachers' course at Julliard. 'the Hess family
de at 2190 S.W. 10th Street.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boskind, of 6045 S. W. 8th Street, will
id the next six months touring Canada, Nova Scotia, Yel-
Jstone National Park and Mexico.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will celebrate their third wed-
ar.niversary on Wednesday evening, June 20 at a dinner
&y at the reopening of Alan Gale's Celebrity Club. Mrs. Soltz
tie newly elected president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women. She is also secretary of the Southern
^ion of Junior Hadassah and co-chairman of the forthcom-
Southern Regional Conference to be held in Miami Beach
br Labor Day weekend.
* *
Making plans for a five-week soiourn in Israel are Mr.
Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, who will fly to the Jewish state
[June 24. During their stay, they will accept invitations to
ft Mrs. Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor, and Yaacov Geri,
lister of Trade and Industry.
* + *
Members of the Flaqler-Granada Jewish Center have
lied the northward vacation trek. Among them are Mr. and
I. Rubinstein, 4046 N. E. 4th Street, who have gone to
Bton to visit their children and grandchildren. They expect
[return about September 1st Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zaker,
S. W. 48th Avenue are in Newark, New Jersey, where
fy will witness the college graduation of their grandchild
Boston is the vacation spot for Mr. and Mrs. A. Glazer,
55 S. W. 3rd Street. The Glazers will also spend time in New
rk Mr. and Mrs. B. Gomberg, 420 N. W. 32nd Avenue,
also going to Massachusetts and will visit their children
! grandchildren in the city of Dorchester The bar
Itzvah of their grandson will be the highlight of the New
brk visit of Mr. and Mrs. B. Sellman, 330 S. W. 55th Court .
nother Miamian spending her vacation in New York is Mrs.
Wexler, 4600 S. W. 1st Street ... Mr. and Mrs. J. Sratkin,
4371 S. W. 1st Street, are visiting their family in Brooklyn.
PI BLIC AlWOriWKMKXT
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Schatzman Bar Mitzvah
PAGE 7 A
Arnold Dennis Schatzman
Arnold Dennis Shatzman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Schatzman,
1375 S. W. 18th St.. will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, June 16, at Beth David
Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate.
The young man is a student
at Shenandoah Junior High
School. His maternal grand-par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rayvis of this city.
The Sehatzmans will be hosts
at a Kiddish reception at Beth
David following the services and
will honor their son at a recep-
tion at home on Sunday after-
noon.
Sachs Bar Mitzvah
Personally Speaking
Mrs Fredric Rosenthal and children, Vickie and Alan
Morton, left this week for a vacation in New York with their,
relatives and friends. Mr. Rosenthal will join them later
*
Mrs. Celia Landy, 137 6th Street is visiting in New York
where she went to attend the weddinq of a neice. She expecta
to remain in the north for several months.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. S Lauer, 1608 Drexel Avenue, and their
daughter Bobby left last week for New York. Bobby who
graduated from Miami Beach High School this month, will
enter New York University in the fall. She will spend the-
summer as a counselor at Camp Eton, Rhinebeck, New York,
while her parents remain in Brooklyn.
* *
Leaving this week fcr Brooklyn to attend the wedding of
her niece is Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 1403 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Miami Beach.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sussman and son, Bobby, of Hous-
ton, Texas, are visitinq Mr. Sussman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Sussman, 1530 West Avenue, Miami Beach. i
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stratkin. 4371 S.W. 1st Street, are en route
to Brooklyn where they will spend a vacation with their family.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell, 560 S.W. 9th Street, an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Cheryl Sue, on May 30 at
Mount Sinai Hospital.
* *
Leaving for New York where he will visit his family U'
Mr. H. Wexler of 4600 S.W. 1st Street.
* *
Benjamin Meyers is leaving this weekend for New York:
and Connecticut fcr a three-week stay.
* *
Al Berman and his daughter. Rhoda P. Berman, 1427 Mer-
idian Avenue, Miami Beach, are leaving for New York. Rhoda.
will spend the summer in the North with relatives.
* -fc
Mr. and Mrs. David Issenberg and son, Henry, left th:3
week for a vacation in the North. Stopovers are scheduled for
Washington, D. C, and Boston.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Dr. and Mrs. Marc
Pepper left Wednesday for a week's sojourn in New York
* -fc
Pfc. Sanford M. Ofsowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Ofsowitz. 1738 S. W. 9th Street, is stationed at Fort Sam Hous-
ton, San Antonio, Texas. He completed his basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base and is now being trained as a medical
technician. A graduate of Miami High School, Ofsowitz at-
tended the University of Miami for a year prior to joining ths
service.
* *
Leaving this weekend for a two-week stay in Mexico
are Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erlanger
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Pardo. In Mexico City, they will
join Mr. and Mrs. Fred Atlas, also of Miami Beach. The three
couples plan to do their sight-seeing togethei and will alsa
tour neighboring villages.
We are happy to realize that the unfortunate incident
on the night of June 5th will only cause a slight delay in
th plans of our Congregation.
We are pleased that there is no ill feeling involved and
there exists a wonderful cooperative spirit in the com-
munity.
Plans are continuing as scheduled so that our place
oi worship may be completed for the High Holy Days.
We appreciate the many phone calls and continue to
invite all offers of help.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER
(Northside Jewish Center)
6500 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla.
9EORGE J. WEISBAUM, Pres.
5240 N. E. 3rd Court
I hone 89-5520
HAROLD ROBIN 1st Vice-Pres.
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W 1st Street, will become Bar
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at the Israelite Center. 3198 b.
\V 24th Terrace, with Rabbi
Abraham Sachs officiating.
A reception in the youths
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* Jewish flcrldteui
Religious Directory...
Young Israel Synag igue of
Miami Beach (Orothodox) In-
vites .ill members from other
parts of the country now visit-
ing in Miami Beach to attend its
services. They will be held Fri-
day evening at 6 45, Saturday
at 9 a. m. and 6:45 p. m and
daily at H a. m. and ti:4."< p. in.
Kneseth Israel Congrega\
Friday evening services t> 45 p.m.
| Saturday morning services -it
8:30 a. m. conducted by Can-
tor Abraham Self At 4:30 p. m.
a class in Talmud will be con-
lucted Mincha at .r> 30 will be
followed by Shalos Sudos Zmi
will fi Uow and Maariv will com-
plete th sen ices Daily sen
at 8 a. m. followed by
'in .li wi 11, brew school is held daily M
day throu h Thu
tn 6:30 p. in.
Flagler (i I
Group 1 Is
Monday through Frida> -
day services are held at 9 m.
Cent 'onserval ;
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Bond Drivi On Saturday, ..
double Ba, Mitzvah will tx
at 10 ., m. Ii v. in, son
and
DoujHtotfii Synagogue (Ortho-
1 \l will hold services Friday at
7 p. m. and Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz will of-
ficiate.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox) will hold its daily services
at 8 a. m. and T p. m. Friday
evening services are slated for 7
p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30
Rabbi Murray Giauer will preach
on "The Weekly Portion of the
Law." Mincha will be held at
6:30 p. m. followed by Shalos
Sudos and Maariv.
Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services a!
i:4. and Saturday morning seiv-
ici s at H:3(i. Rabbi Jacob Rackov-
sky will discuss "Mothers' in-
fluence on Chridren" at his morn-
en i and "Valui oi Man"
,t 5:30 p. m. Mincha at (i p. m.
will tie followed by Shades Su I
ind a program Of Hebrew .-
Zmiros. Maariv will be at
7:30. Daily services :<:<. held at
m, witn Mini na at I
[aai iv at 7:30 p n Dail
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and Arnold Levin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Levy, will be honored
at services and Kiddush to be
tendered by their parents.
Beth David (Conservative) will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9 a. m. On Saturday. Ar-
nold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Schatzman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. The Hebrew school will
conduct morning session summi r
ramp program including athletics,
arts and crafts, music and one
hour formal Hebrew instruction
for students 7 to 13. Registration
will begin Monday. June 18. for
daily classes to be held Monday
through Thursday from 9 a. m.
to noon.
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
will hold services Friday eve-
it 8:15. Saturday morning
at 10 Barry Materson and Alan
Silverstein will become Bar Mitz-
vah.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
holds daily services at 8 a. m.
and 6 p. m. Friday night serv-
ice is at 6. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on "The Weekly
Portion of the Law." Talmud
class is slated for 4 p. m. with
Mincha at 5 p. m. followed by
Shalos Sudos.
The Dead Sea potash works,
which have been idle for :i ore
: three years, will resume
operations soon with the aid of
funds provided through the $500.-
000.000 State of Israel Bond Is-
sue. The potash works have been
.:: ible to start production here-
tofoie because adequate capital
was unavailable.
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+Jeist Fhricfiar
PAGE 9 A
Mescheloffs Given Bon Voyage Party
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mcschel- Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will
off woic, given a surprise garden leave for New York by car on
party by Mr. and Mrs. John June 26, with then threi
" .', **&'
Star:- at the Starr homo. 1431 Al-
ton Rd, Sundaj ifternoon, June
10, to wish them bon voyagi on
tin ir trip to Europe and I
The occasion also marked the
Rabbi's birth-
day. Guests included mei
(if the boards of directors of Beth
Jacob Sisterhi od, Congregation
Beth Jacob and Henrietta Szold
Group of Hadassah, as well as
mutual friends from the com-
munity at lai
Gifts were presented by Mrs.
Alfred Lesser and Mrs. Louis
Makovsky on behalf of Beth
Jacob Sisterhood and by Mrs.
[sabelle Altholz, on behalf of the
i of directors of the Henri-
etta Szold Group i>f Hadassah.
John June 20, with then
dren, Renah Rahel, El
and
David and will embark for C
bourg on the Queen Elizabeth >n
July 7. A trip through Fi
Switzerland an i [taly is on their
itinerary. They will fly to I
from Rome and plan to al
the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem, now scheduled to taki
place on August 14.
"The trip to Israel is a
to the rabbi from Con [n
!', i Jacob 13 years ol
voted service a.s its spiritual
leader and for outstanding .-
ice to the community at large,'
David Whitman, president of thi
'galion, and G unciln in
Bernard Frank, chairman of thl
j;ift committee said.

Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah held its annual installation luncheon at the Shelborne
el this weak, with Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Greater Miami Chapter Hadassah president, presiding.
) president of the group is Mrs Abraham Greanberg (black dress), with Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs.
ry Magid, Mis. William Feuer, Mrs. Ralph Spiro and Mrs. Felix Halzband, vice presidents. Mrs.
Amsterdam and Mrs. Max May, corresponding secretaries. Mrs. Charles Bushell, financial sec-
ry. and Mrs. Maurice Bennett, treasurer.
Imii \ a iiiI'll
.^standing"
idovor rad
bid M. Ansin. of 228 40th
[Miami Beach, has been
|ed as the "Outstanding
ber of the Class of 1951" at
Ips Academy, A n d o v e r,
Bin graduated from Andover
" 10 and plans to enter Har-
I next fall.
\\\<- attending school, he was
:: nf the student council,
Bent of the student con-
l( nt of the Philoma-
iety, captain of varsity
ii man of all school
' I'd assemblies, chair-
. Headmaster's Com-
' id a member of the
firsl student to be-
man of two Import-
i delegations in the
fcin wa \ it. d by his fellow
l mates as must likely
.-! respect..!, most
I Hie one who had
' in Andover.
Israel Tree Program
To Be Aired By JNF
A special Father's Day radio
program will be featured on three
Miami stations sponsored by the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami on Sunday, June
17.
Speakers will explain the JNF's
plan to perpetuate the memory
of one's father by purchasing
trees to be planted in Israel.
From 11 a. m to noon, Simon
Seiden will appeal on his own
Jewish Forum over WFEC. From
noun to 1:15 p. m., Daniel M.
Broad will speak on Nasatir's
Jewish Hour on WIN/., and from
,') to 4 p. m., Sam Prosti I
will speak on Jac l> Schacter's
sh Houi .v. WMBM,
LEGAL NOTICE
Masonic Rites Planned
Right Wo shipful I).. R
A. Willia trict Di p u t y
i ; nd Mast. 29th M
trict, will set W( st Miami
dispensation on Friday. Jam 15.
I nellies will be held at
8 p. m. at Town Hail, s. W
St. and 62nd Ave
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Coral Gables To Dedicate House of Worship Sunday Aften
JEWISH CENTER
YOUTH CENTER GROUND BREAKING
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
Zamora Men's Club
Inaugurates Youth
Center Project
A. J. Maloff, president of Za-
i Jewish Cent< i ports that
well pleased with the
f the ) ect
: the Zam >ra Jew-
' the pr build-
ind furnishing a youth i -
ter for members' children and
childn n if their friends.
S. Perlstein, president of the
Menjs Club, is now "carrying the
ball" and accoiding t< Perlstein,
a completi been out-
lined for thi rapid conclusion
f tl enti
Plans have been mad.- for ob-
t. mine athletic equipment
us craft supplies and tools.
Several thoughts and plans ac-
I to i'c :, tl in, have been
: and are in a p.
/(I and polished
:: Tl vital -tops in tins pro-
are tho! : an ying on a
a ter building in
teai bine participation
'.- and learning the
: various craft tools ,n the
.' hand? in the Graphic arts
A. J. MALOFF. MRS L. FRIEDMAN
ZAMORA-
Dedication Ceremonies Sunday
2:30 P. M. At 44 Zamora Avenue
On Sunday. June 17,
Center will be dedicated.
at 2:30 p. m.. the new Zamora
A dedication of a building, but more so
ledication of the fulfillment and achievement of a worthy and
sincere project. Long after this building is dedicated, it will be
remembered by its members and its friends ; a symb 1 of love
toward each other in humanitv and the desire to haveto have
a m. eting place for worship, to have a meeting place for the
character-building of younsteis and to have a
worthy and social gatherings for all members,
friends of all denominations.
About
ting place for
their families and
Nursery And
Sunday Schools
In Full Swing
Mrs. L. Friedman, president of
the Women'- Sist. rh d ol the
' Ci Iti :. advises
'.the Sist : :- ai this
Ming activeh participating in
a program originated and dis-
t jssed on th,- firsl day <,f the
und breaking i .,)
May 2(i. 1950.
This was thi ; .,, main-
' the little
": ; im of
: im yi ungsters Jewish
I and Ji igion, arj
is '

edman furl
th.at t:' i ...i has
Successful to the point 1
interesl i and have
; ttended t:,. ith thi
children. T ,..._
ie''' -a spirit ,,l
"belonging." And it is a happy
up of children today that is
looking forward t, their own
Youth Center.
Fuither reporting on the work
being done by the sisterhood,
Mrs. Friedman states there is
much more to be done by the
sisterhood in the program regard-
ing their children and their
friends' children. However, the
program has been very rapid and
it seems that the entire program
is rounding itself into a definite
purpose of making the children j
better men and women.
18 months ago a group of people living in the vicinity
ol (.oral Gables met during a social
of conversation several present
function and in the course
expressed their dislike for the
lack of a youth center, a lack of a place to worhip and a M
meet in the immediate vicinity of their homes. The people;
were accustomed to having these things in their i-:.T..T.uni:j.IJ
were also accustomed to participating in program- cf Jewish
Jewish tUfal evcnts> social activities and religious worship. They mi
people accustomed to assisting in the development and
building of their children and their friends' children. De
as these are a strong incentive to create something .nd it watM
after this that the small group of Jewish people organized thus*
under the name of the First Jewish C.' :C.,:G.:
With the beginning of organizing under a narr.t I
tion began to work and work hard. The realization was thm*
; the needs were great and especially the financial needs. IV*
nances were meager and prospects bleak. Du:ing these tryinjW
of stress and worry, the congregation realized that every* !
problems and worries. But, the congregation began meetw?-*j
ing in a rented hall and using whatever material '
conduct services and to spiritually express their desire tola*'
develop themselves and their friends and to build sometha
their own.
Naturally there were headaches. Naturally there wereds*l
ments. Above all, however, there was a lot of hard work.Il*j
: this work on the part of the members thai gradually *j|
headaches and disagreements. It was this hard work which W
help; help from the members; help from friends individually
collectively. It is true that everyone loves a worker and *J
that everyone loves a person trying to help himself. It is t*
cause help was received not only from Jewish inends. but
non-Jewish groups, which enabled the First Jewish CongBJJ
of Coral Gables to realize a miracle; the miracle <; being
build then own place of worship and the miracle cf being'
build their own youth center.
And so the dedication of the Zamora Jewish Center
the dedication of a new and worthy buildini the dejW
the opening of a road to teach, to worship and
.1
the Co:
Judge
president
Zionist Distri
Ground breaking of lhe Zamora Jewish r...
1950. then Mayor Keith Phillips. A. J Maloff '
Catsman. active patron.
on May 20,
president; Philip
Ben Ehu To Make Prliicl.
\s: City Officials Exp^
A roster of local dignitaries will tians am
hignlight the dedication cere-
monies of the Zamora Jewish
Center on Sunday, June 1".
The exercises will begin at 2:30
P. m. and will open with a wel-
come addraaa by Abe J. Maloff,
president of the Zamora Jewish
Center. T'ie invocation will be
given by Rabbi A. Cassel.
Introduction of guests will be
made by Dr. Seymour Blumen-
Jhal Speakers will include W.
Keith Phillips, Coral Gables
Commissioner; Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, vice president. Univer-
"ty of Miami and president of
I
I
Gables; J ;, W|
ident i
ney and vi ice.
Jewish v ,.him
Prin. JTtokSl
noon will b. made Ml
lanu Je'
president I
munity Center. .i;i be 1
Musical -''--'"foam.
The key '' jh^**fl
M, Center will De ^ d*|
Maloff by Murray^
w....^ .ciav. pstron. ......'F ^ ,f Miami "and president of Maloff by Murray->
C~~L D I I l"\. %w N^nal Round Table of Chris- man of t!u bu.ld.ng
Speeches By Local D.gn.taries Will Highlight Zamora Exercis*


)AY. JUNE 15. 1951
LEGAL NOTICE_______
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
flcE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
r.-mncii. dealrlng i<. cncncf
ss under the flctltloui name
SHrl'RITY CON8TRUCTII IN
ANY (Not Inc.) at 2204 B.W.
, Miami, l-'la. Int.-ml t.i rejt-
uhI name with the Clerk t Court of I'ade County, Flor-
ROBERT MII.I.KI!
I. s. SHAPOFF
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
tORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 141778
UDER FO^ PUBLICATION
JAM BRAQIN, Plaintiff
, BRAOIN, Defendant
ARY BRAOIN
jo; u exford Ti rrace
aria Estates, New Fork
ARE REQUIRED to eerve a
of your Answer to the Bill of
Balm tin- Divorce <>n tin. Plain -
[attorney, and t" file the original
n the office of the Clerk of
ilrcuil Courl in anil for Dade
jr.. l lorlda m or befooe the isth
M July, 1951: otherwise the HIM
pmplalnl filed herein will be
J mfessed i>y you.
|Ti:i> at .Mfami, Florida, thin nth
rf June. 1851.
E. B. UKATHKHMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court
I'.y W'M. \V. ST(K'KI\n.
|nu Court Deputy Clerk.
U> all
I \N R. LYONS
Mympia Bids.
Florida \
|ney for Plaintiff
2--'* 7/6
Obituaries
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.HERMAN vur\c
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
COMMON LAW
No. 25417-D
NOTICE TO APPEAR
|Zi i VBBi i.VDAND' >l ". il.-.,
R, ABBON DANDOLO,
Plaintiff
" I \ \i OANYARD, Defendant
\ \\li: OF THE STATE I !
I.
r b lhal the law in such
i providi il hat
h in the ab.....ntltled
of which -.:!
" i pa 'as
forth ii. i. in,
RENZi < ABBl IN
i" ,i Notice to ai
I to ; ou, tli.- I lefe idant, ES-
.\i IM.NYARI I,
rHKRKKoRE-, you, B8-
.'. \ \l fl VNYARD, tbi Defend-
nhoee age
resident of the Stati i :'
hereby notified, o
.i to file your appi ai an< i
I I I.......ilmi:- on or
!th day Of July. 1851,
Ii s default win be nten d
' you.
ii.it ire of said cause or pro-
i i against you Is a suit for real
mission instituted by at-
The description of the real
rocei ded against is:
in Bliii-k 1"" Nnl'.TII.
JADE COUNTY, CITY OF Ml-
VII, FLORIDA, as set out in
Public records of l>ade County,
"'!,la, commonly known as the
"I'.T KNOX HDTrn., together
Ii the furnishings therein c<>u-
- is further ordered that this Order
',, .1 once a week for 4 eon-
llve weeks In The Jewish Flor-
i newspaper published In said
Uliu and State.
ITNKSS my hand and Official
of this Court, this 13th day of
. 1051
I. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cleik Dads Count) cir-
cuit c,,urt
! \V.\I. \V STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
?KM VN R LYONS
I lllclK.
Florida
for Plaintiff
l 7 ii
SftNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
SUMMER TRAVEL
FLY TO
IMEXICO
FARR
Travel Service
2315 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-5327
DANCE and BAR-B-CUE
Patio of Kingston Hotel
Saturday at 8 P. M.
All Proceeds to
HEBREW ACADEMY
SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Donation $1.50
Beai h; on,
York; one
nick, Si m
conduct! 'l
Rlvi
Alt. Nebo,
Ubert, New
i i 'M" Sarh '
R ibl !. m Ki
it Miami I
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KORMAN FELLMAN
58, "f ?15 w ton Am ... ,;
>ears ago iron ( ,< .. ., .,
npartmi nl house .,,,., n, ,
s wife, faith: four brother*
New fork, c

I' Fl'ink',:',''' "& Alfred
l;1^. "^111, Michigan, Mrs
^i&rSoTa "a^d M'rV
MoHty^'Wam ^fi Va^Rabbi
.,, \ .: ,,-Un"" f0"'.....led services
,, JACi< KRASNICK '
Avenue, passed
v,; ''' H came here 5
ago it..-, N, Yorh C|,y ,
H,. leaves a broth
V"\, Mn Til
id Mrs,
: of Brooklyn
' "' held In Miami Beach
ted bj Rabbi Most
Jj] "h" inurnn nl took plai i ..
ISIDORE DIAMOND
Street, who in h -,.
.in Sew York City,
PAGE }l A
passed away June 5th, He was a nov-
elty jeweler, surviving are his wld-
'1'v'',k':'''",,'': "" """ Chartes; one
Brother, Louis; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie
Rubin .md Mrs, Mary Cohen The
nl to New y,,,k city
n ces and Intermenl by Miami
Beai ii Up. erslde.
JOSEPH STEINBERG
71, of 662] Allison Road, passed away
in a local hospital June :.th. He came
neri two years ago and was a rei
> Ii manufacturer. He Nay,.-, in-
Betty WeUen Steinberg and
three son-, Isldor, .lack and Abraham:
daughters, Ullian Kosloskv,
'; Rol id .luditii Seiman: a
stepson, Samuel Bernkraut and seven
grandchildren The remains were ... m
:.. Se V'ork for i \ lei and Inter-
menl b> Beach Mem..rial Chapel, 185
Alton Road
THERESA NATHAN
so, of 1M1 Euclid Avenue, a
awaj in a local hospital on the 5th
She is survived by a daughter, Oer-
trude Brenner, Miami Beach; a ion,
Albert Nathan. ..I" Jackson Heights,
I.. 1. The remains were sent to Sew
York for .-cry ices and interment li>
Beach Memorial Chanel. 1850 Alton
Road.
Typical of the development of
new industries in Israel, which
will be speeded by funds derived
from the 8500.000,000 State of Is-
rael Bond issue, is the electric
light buiii factory recently estab-
lished in Nathanya.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1951
SEC. B

3*
The youngsters at the Shelborne Hotel's cabana club marked
j Day. Thursday, Jun 14. by building a hill and placing a
on it a la Iwo Jirr,a. Jerry Rubinowitz. student at the He-
Academy, is flag bearer. Flanking him are Larry Lewis
Donald Sussman.
jler Granada Women To Present
mil Variety Show Saturday NUe
Women's Activities Com- ,choral Groups will be featured
of the Flagler-Granada
Community Center will
jit its second annual variety
show, "Melody
and Mirth" at
the center build-
ing, 50 N. W. 51st
Place on Satur-
day. June 16, at
8:30 p. m.
in "Ballad for Americans," under
the direction of Robert Strass-
berg. Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
will be soloist with the choral
groups. Dorothy Roth, Sophie
Cordoza and Mrs. Wynne Lapin
will also appear.
Proceeds from the affair will
go towards the completion of the
Ray Miche.l.' center building,
song stylist, will
Ben-Gurion Urges
Bond Drive Support
In Farewell Speech
In a farewell statement to the
: I nited Stati s, Prime
ter David Ben-Gurion em-
phasized the importance of the !
State ol Israel Bond Issue and the
united Jewish Appeal for the
future economic development of
the new democracy and for the
immigration and settlement of
numbers of Jews from lands
ol oppression.
Recalling the decisions which
were made at a Jerusalem con-
ference last September convened
by the Prime Minister for a con-
sideration of a three-year eco-
nomic- development program for
Israel, Mr. Ben-Gurion called tor
the fullest support of the Israel I
Bond Issue and the United Jew- I
ish Appeal as basic elements in :
a four-point program which also
included private investments and j
international grants-in-aid.
"I feel confident that the true i
friends of Israel will give their
whole-hearted support to both
the United Jewish Appeal and
to the Bond Issue, recognizing
that both are phases of the same
essential objective," the Prime
Minister said.
Mr. Ben-Gurion paid tribute
to the leaders of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the Israel Bond
Drive, adding that he was great-
ly encouraged by the results
which both have achieved thus
far. He said that while the United
Jewish Appeal was essential for
the support of immigration and
the initial care of t he new-
comers, the $500,000,000 Israel
Bond Issue was vital to help
Israel achieve economic inde-
pendence. He expressed his ap-
preciation to Henry Morgenthau,
' Jr., Chairman of its Board of
Governors and Henry Montor its
1 Vice-President for their leader-
l ship of the Israel Bond Drive and
to Edward M. M. Warburg, Gen-
eral Chairman, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz. Executive Vice-Chair-
man, for their leadership of the
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
Dr. Lytton Leads
New Zionist Unit
The newly-formed Israel Zion-
ist District of Miami Beach was
issued its charter on June 8 at
the request of almost 100 mem-
bers .jf ZOA. announced Dr. Sid-
ney Marks, executive secretary
of ZOA.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton was lo< ted
as the Coup's first president.
with Saul Genet, S. A. Goodman,
Fred Jonas and Dr. Herman
Machlowilz as vice presidents.
Financial secretary is Harry J.
Sonz; recording secretary, Philip
Salmon; corresponding secretary.
David Goodman; treasurer. Alex
Van Straaten- and chairman of
the board of directors, Seymour
B. Liebman.
The district has announced
that Liebman. who is leaving
shortly with his wife on a trip
to Israel, will make a study of
economic conditions there, and
will investigate the advisability
of certain projects.
DR. LOUIS LYTTON
N. Y. Otologist Lectures In Israel
Dr. Samuel Rosen, Associate
Otologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital
in New York, has accepted an
invitation from the Israel Gov-
ernment to visit that country for
University College of Medicine,
Dr. Rosen has been on the staff
of Mount Sinai Hospital since
1925. He has contributed to im-
proving the delicate fenestration
, operation for deafness. For the
a tour of lectures and guest op- | p?t five years he has been de_
veloping new procedures in the
erations under the sponsorship
of the Otolaryngological Society,
it was announced this week. He
left on the Queen Elizabeth,
June 7.
Dr. Rosen, who had developed
a new surgical technique in
treating deafness, vertigo and
ear noises, was invited by the
Israel Ministry of Health, to "help
us raise our standards of spe-
cial surgery in this country, so
that we can compete in all fair-
ness with the more advanced of
civilized countries."
treatment of meniere's disease,
where the patient suffers from
severe vertigo, ear noises and
deafness. On his tour of the
medical centers in Israel, Dr.
Rosen will lecture, operate upon
afflicted patients, and teach the
surgical technique.
In addition to his Mt. Sinai
post, Dr. Rosen is a member of
the American Otological Society,
the American Laryngological,
Rhinological and Otological So-
ciety, and a fellow of the New
A graduate of the Syracuse York Academy of Medicine.
. serve as master
of ceremonies.
Mrs. James E.
Segal, chairman,
announces that
;u- the Flagler-Gra-
:i Springs-Hialeah '
Not Tell Source
py Yarns, Judge
i In Lyons' Case
v.' YORK (AJP)Jewish
m~ nard Lyons, facing
tl i il term this week.
two-month-old fight
iling the sources of
f i he reported concern-
i .' ..torn bomb spy
Judge Goddard ruled
ised by Lyons were
lit to efforts by Mrs.
erg's attorney to
; being transfered tu
n's House of Detention
''- that the death dc U n-
li signed to "make her
Ion ruled that newspaper
lents, under normal
- B, Bhould a n s w e ;
questions in a court
''' In the Lyons' case. how-
Judge Goddard ruled, the
f' had no bearing on Mrs.
1 g's petition.
r-ns had reported that Mrs.
' might escape the elec-
i if she cooperated with
ithoities. He contended
'-paperman enjoyed the
>i B doctor, nurse, or
gyman in refusing to divulge
1 of information.
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That Wonderful
Home Milk Feeling
(-&*";
pitor Malek to Sing
] Aged Home Sunday
I Joseph Malek will be
luted in a special Father's
program at the Jewish
for the Aged on Sunday,
at 2 p.m.
*" Steinn-.ah, who has ar-
i'-d t-.e program, will serve
I
fcrnbers of the Miami Ladies
to the home will serve
I ses and gifts will be
[nbuted to the male resi-
st Mrs. Jacob Katz is chair-
ol the event.
iP.
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lune is National Dairy Month. Restaurants, soda fountains,
food markets and dairy stores throughout the country are
cooperating in this annual national campaign to remind
you that dairy foods and dairy products are trie most
economical and the most nourishing foods yon can buy.
Can you think of a better time to start enjoying "That
Wonderful Home Milk Feling" in your family?
See to it that every member of your famijy drinks
at least a-quart-a-day of daily fresh Grade A
Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk. That's all there is
to it! In no time at all, you'll all have that grand,
full-of-pep, great-to-be-alive feeling!
Buy those extra creamy-rich quarts of Grade A Vitamin D
Homogenized Home Milk today...daily fresh at your
grocer's. Or, phone us. and the friendly Home Milk Man
will have them on your doorstep in the morning.
Remember, Home Milk is locally produced. It's daily
fresh...you can fasfe the difference!
Phone: Miami 2-7696...Fort Lauderdale 2-2475...Key West 498
Be Suf( To Put Your Milk Bottles Out Where Your M.lkman Can Pick Them Up
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r,ptin the habit of using more of those
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Cantors' Association North Shore Group To
Honors Strassburg Hold father's Day Picnic
FRIDAY
JUNE.
Robe:: Strassburg, music con-
sultant to the .1 twish Centers As-
sociation, u ently ]
an engraved briefcase by
Gn ami Cantoi s' Ass
tion in recognition of his w
as choral director of the can!
associatii n chorus, which -
ticitpated in many of the i
munity
si son.
Cantor Samuel K'
i of the cantors1 associati >n,
made the presentation. A
honored were Cantor Jacob Gold-
ring, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter; Cantor Mordecai Feinerman,
Hollywood Jewish Center; and
Cantor Louis Feder. Beth Jacob
Congregation. An appropriate
musical program was heard dur-
ing the evening.
North Shore Jewish C< nter wil
hold its annual Fathi r's Qay
picnic on Sunday, June 17. ,.t
Greynolds Park.
Membi rs and fi iends w 11
... : |
. 'ol, 77th SI
Dickens Avenui at 9 30
.i m. Lunch will
of the big bai becue : '
park. Refn will
served by the sisterhood and
i s and cont sts w ill I
I' mmittee charge of tl
are Leo Steinman, chairman:
Phil Pritzert. Anne Simon, Syl-
via Acker, Esther Steinman,
Anne KatZ,
Health Salon Opened
At Loon Lake Hotel
Announcement has been made
of the opening of an Al Roon
Salon at Andron's Loon Lake
Hotel. Franklin Countv, New-
York.
One of America's leading phy-
sical directors and health con-
sultants. R..on has installed all
of the mechanical equipment for
a thorough body-building course.
Special diets will be available
for thos wish to lose or
gain weight while vacationing.
Another noted pers inality who
will be ..i Loon Lake Hotel as
t< nnis pi dm ing the i ntire sum-
mer season is Sol Goldman. .
is mention d in Frank Men
rimi Great Athletes" as
mosl distingu
all-around athletes." He
thre. ti m e national
pion. teni pro to I
.... |U|
nited Stat Ai Aus-
' posi-
tenni :
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Rabbi Lehrman To Speak
On Eternal Light Sunday
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ap-
pear on the Eternal Light pro-
grain, which emanate- froir New
York City on a coast to coast
network, on Sunday. June 17.
at 9.30 a. m. over station WIOD.
The Eeternal Light program
is under the sponsorship of the
Jewish Theological Seninary of
America and the United Syna-
gogue of America.
you i
hope to haveiji
Dr. Narot At Conferences
Dr. Joseph P. Narot of Temple
flew to Washington. D. C.
Wednesday to attend ., special,
all-day conference called by Mil-
lard Caldwell, formei Florida
govern ncerning civil de-
:
Dr. Narot will also attend the
convention of the Central C n-
ference of Aim: nan Rabbis at
London, Conn., on June 19-
25. He has been invited to pre-
sent a paper on "Techniqui In
hing" at the convention.
- Peter Niles. Wofford Beach HoleL and Nat Ratner. flail
lander Hotel, have been included in the 1951 edition of "Who's
Who Among Hotel Executives." it was announced this week
Niles, former president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association
and the Hotel Greeters of America, is pictured here with Sen.
George Smathers and Ratner. Former comnl ssioner of housinq
at the University of California. Ratner is now director of the
Miami Beach Hotel Association. He will leave in September for
Brazil to assist in the planning of resort hotels in Sao Paulo and
Alto Panorirma. He will join his brother. Stanley. Miami Beach
financier and builder, who is one of the founders and developars
of the latter city, located in the heart of what was once impene-
lable jungle. *^
Program Substitution
Oneg Shabbat Slated
Mi a Masada, Young
will hold its
weekly Oneg Shabbal at the
' f Pearl 1 [21] Mer-
idian Ave., Miami Beach, on Fri-
day, June 15 at 8:45 :
Sholem Ale, him
I illowed by folk dancing
8roul and re) tits, ing
A fit teen-minute t.
ion In: ween the late
Justices Louis D. Brandeis and
Wendell Holmes will be heard on
the Yiddish Classical Hour on
Sunday. June 17. at 1:15 p. m
over WINZ, according to Mor-
ris Nasatir, program director.
The transcription will be heard
instead of the weekly feature
"Builders of Israel." narrated bv
Harold Shapiro, who is attend-
a convention this week.
Halley Accepts Bid
For City Prexy Post
NEW YORK (AJP)Rudolph
8 young Jewish former
Chief Council of the Kefauvei
me probe committee, this
' i k accepted a bid from
Liberal Party to seek presidency
of the City Council in next No-
i 's (lection.
Halley called upon '"voters of
all parti..- who value "clean, ef-
ficient, and non-bossfd govern-
ment' to join with me in a non-
partisan spirit and help make
this greatest city the cleanest
city in the world."
Subjects Announced
Norman R. Lyons, newscaster
and commentator on Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Variety Hour,
will speak on "The Significance
of Discovery of Oil in Israel's
Negev" on Fndav. June 15, at
1:30 p. m. over Station WMBM.
His topic for Sunday, June 17,
at 3 p. m. over the same sta-
tion will be 'The Effect of the
I psurge Of Fascist Influence in
Latin America."
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PAGE 3 B
Hope Seen For Israel In Return out if the u N *= to the
ten. Riley To Scene Of Conflict
fDAVID NUSSBAUM .grasp the leeway and
Jewish Fire Captain's Deed Nets Citation
plaj
actually
bn
lit in
project, have bei n
by the return of
Supervisor Gen. Wil-
to the scene of the
some Palestine ex-
. who have been
n w that the begin-
negotiations work
r
Inn hopes that the opti- l jt jf thjs is
"aSJrt^JBSiS ^s in mind
un live Anglo-American sucn an approach, it
inst Israel, calling W coui I I Riley's
the essential Huleh Jin has been
There Is no point in
thnt Riley hii
a little to Syri
the disputi
Security r by
anything but .
authority
. men; w; -
ed with Riley's re- l"\wr.
a lot of the mesa '
ight not have been P*J>
man in whom real "n the .<> '
lies for keeping the m '!l :
eements strictly ob- A"b *
been permitted to fnd ** c-
nost ters whlch ''
the armisti
supposed to
question of oil royalties to Ibn
Saud.
Israel has pointed out |
beginning that if all th
erogation were dispensed with
forthwith, there should be no
difficulty in arriving at a just
and peaceable solution of the
whole imbroglio. Specificially,
the Israleis have, for some ea-
son. been the only ones to point
simple fpct is that when ;
|curity Council succumbed
r insistence and took up
H this automatically pro-
break-down in the only
j achinery for handling
lisputes between Israel and
the Mixed Armistice Com-
n and its parent body, the
Supervision Organization.
the intervention of the
Cil entailed these three
unconstructive results:
uKht ti a halt the function-
i Droper machinery for
c with the troubles; it
top mediator, Riley,
hum tiie scene (so that
aid participate in the long,
;.\: us and inconclusive
cil debates); and it sub-
ed for actual negotiation
nediation on the operational
ill the extraneous and un-
elements of cold-war
fr-politics, there being no
to avoid the impression that
[mvstifvingly unreasonable
Sh-French-U. S. resolution
the result of a Western anxi-
appease the oil-rich Arabs
J-less Israel's expense, with-
lv regard for the merits of
Syrian-Israel case.
Ben this resolution got down
k-and-white before the
r. even the U. S. and Brit-
egates could not feel com-
ly unembarrassed, and al-
gh they refused to modify its
ent>. they softened it in their
interpretations as to what
Hended to bring about. Sir
Iwynn Jebb, in particular, al-
|gh in unavoidably confused
sought to give Riley con-
aoie leeway in carrying out
nns. What Jebb's rather
i paragraphs came down
sum was: Well, now of
Si we mustn't be too hard
Ih'' Israelis and of course we
t really mean that such a
thing as the drainage pro-
-hould be abandoned for-
bout what Riley has to
with, and it would seem
the way he has started out
ii talks he organized prompt-
ly his return between the
that he intends to
in
m of a handful of Arabs
id by the pub!:
pro] rei
I. Th ti
I thing in Ril
turn to J that hi
i to put I
g the
Cupinsky Unveiling
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is survh
War; tw ms, Mor-
' n Mi imi and Han,Id of
ti
and Anne Cupinsky
and Marian Sager of Port au
Prince, Haiti; three brothers.
Julius, Morris and Louis; and a
sister, Esther Alpert of New
Haven Conn. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends are requested to be
present
NEW YORK (AJP)A Jewish
Fire Captain who braved flames
in a large tenament to rescue a
five-year-old girl was one of 27
of the fire department
scheduled to receive medals for
m, Mayor Vincent R. Im-
pellitteri announced this w<
Flai :: ii ,.
tmi
trapped, Captain
play a hose stream on the flames
as he entered the flat.
Goldstein, according to the
citation, crawled through the liv-
ing room to the kitchen where
he found the child, severely
burned, huddled under the sink.
Shielding her body with his
rubberizi t, the fire captain
crawled back the flames
to the hall"
The p.< hed-
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Zionist Leader Asks U. S. To Back
Israeli War Claims Against Germany
NEW YORKOn behalf of the
enti
coun
man
Council, addressed an appi
/ of State Dean
son urging the support ol
EW YORKOn behalf of the
ire Zionist movement in this lken ;
iitry Mr. Louis Lipsky, Chair- ""'i'""1: the pro|
i of the American Zionist '" ll,,s note."
.,,! ...]J.........I __ _____ ... f-.___________1.
"A crime such Gi many's
unprecedented in 51
ai ter, gives rise t
:.A Jewry "unprecedented in
and character." He pointed
I
ciple i> that the ciimina]
svupc ana cimracter. ne pointeit cipie is inai me
out that "long before the Ger- not b | tt is ill-
mans put into operation theii n! L 1 'e the
firing squads and gas chambers, Gem put int ti n their
had mulcted hundn squads a
million- .a property from the they had mucted hun
h community in Germany, millions ii perty from the
By the time the war ended, 6,- Jevi h community r.f Gi
000.000 Jews were dead and the "By the time thi u
remains ol Eu I 000,000 .1
Jewry were left homeless and nan) f European
- to German reparati ns on Jewry w left and
penniless," nniless F01 the livi
Mr. Lipsky justified I- murder there can be no 1
the grounds thai nearly 500.000 pmsation. But thi tiny surviv-
Jewish survivors who miracu-
lously survived Hitler, found safe
haven in what is today the State
of Israel and that "the process
of absorption is still going on
at prodigious financial 1
ing remnant, then- only hens,
should not be compelled to start
their difficult new lives as beg-

"Incredibly, no action has been
taken constraining Germany to
fcn,.,.j i-i;---- 2 "<*n toii-ii-jinine uermanv to
i,Zv struKhn country, recompense surviving Jewish vie-
ShU, f'- Sj"dJMr- L,P- tims for (a) the millions of dol-
h,'- nT X JUdecd u" the Iars s,olen fr(,m ,hc German
?;L m^T "''f'-','"'," Jewisn community in fines and!
'I? P'-'^'P^ which confiscated taxes (b) the mil-,
a, h ?j*? 0l aw: ,ne l'ons of dolhrs ,n Jewish prop-
such accepted moral principle is erty tolen bv Ger-
the uo.ld have con- 0f ti, <,.. iatt...
Degrees Conferred
On 1000 lTM Grads
The University of Miami's sec-
ond largest graduating class
heard Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds presi-
dent oi J hn B. So tsi :i Univer-
sity in a commencement a Id
Mondaj at 8 p. m. The exercises
were hold in Dinner Key Audi-
.1:11.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe conferred
\ tely 1.000
thi University's -even
school-, -n; of whom receivi d
I'n n emenl activities
luded Ihe annual concert pre-
sc nted by i nioi s of
School of Music and the com-
mencemi nl eption given by
the Univi rsity m honoi ol seniors
and thei 11 '
Aj 1 iloists or con-
Univi rsity of Mi-
s> mphony ( Irchesti a were
nine graduating seniors: Edith
11 ernb ich, Pati icia Hayden and
Mi line Kulhanjian, sopranos:
: i Barry, tenor: Lila Cole-
ky and Marian Kaminski.
piano; Richard Collins, violin;
Alan Drake and Fred Ilau'.te.
conductors Mi Hautti conduct-
ed his own composition "Gloria
for Orchestra and Chorus."
Members of the administration, ,
faculty and board of trustees wel- 1
coined seniors and their guests '
at the reception in their honor j
at the Student Club. Refresh- 1
ments were served and a pro- I
gram of music presented by a !
student trio composed of Lea
Spivak, pianist: Edwin Grzesni-
kowski. violinist; and John Ket-
tle, cellist. Soloists were Anne
R. Gateley mezza-soprano and
Robert Barry, tenor.
tributed ;n one way or anothei
the succor of Hitler's victims,
many, the criminal in the
has given nothing."
taken :..::. iheu :orpses,
'Nearly 500.000 Jews of those
who had miraculously survived
Hitler eventually found sail
Apte Reelected
, T Z Sta!"
' of Israel. They left Europe with
; in other than the u!;
...... nfi taxes 101 back,
nillions of dollai in Ji -
'
: 1; the vast
.
"Even after their arrival in
ed in
ping the orbit of
> oc.ui mi mem
little to
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my.
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tot
to Israi I- .. iuld welc
i the vi.
vernment of the United
- thi pi 1
.....lit most
R. Williams Apte, local civic
leader was reelected to the board
of directors of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board ((JWB) at the
annual meeting of the board in
New York on June 3. JWB is the ;
nati mal asosciation of Jewish
Community Centers and V.M-
YWHAs and the government- ,
gnized agency for meeting
the religious, welfare and morale '
need- ,,[ Jewish personnel in tht
irci s and in Vet* 1 1
' n 1 ; itals. It
represents the Amei ican Ji
::.unity in the US< I
[RO
gency
Fui! ; ;; 1;
'
instead, remair.ii in full
I

hi : stan lard I

Israi I, whi
1...... fin cri-
iheir rehabilitation.
aking
If of the enl
in ti... Unit, d states
Zi .nisi 1 1
ganizati >n ol Amei ica; 11,.:
Hamizrai hi: I. ib 1 Zionist 1
.'i of Ami rica-P
\ 1 hi Organizatioi
P essive Zion
' ague; Uniti d Zi nist I. I
Party; Zionist Organizat
An a: Zionist-Revisii n
Ami the Ami Zionist
Council fully endoi es I a< I's
: 81.500,000.000
Germany, and urgently r.
our Government I :t' lt in
eV( J way possibll "
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women planning the affair at a brunch held at L 2*
Hotel, ront. 1 to r.) Mr.. Isadore Spolte! fa.Wfe
chairman. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. ticket chaiTmVM
Mrs. Aaron Sonntag, and Mrs. Jesse Nowak. **m
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JUNE 15, 1951
Kvfc League
lls Officers
fcouthwest Civic League
installed its new slate
r.s last week at Lebanon
ax Friedson succeeded I.
jff as president.
officers seated were
R, Lyons, first vice
Jt; Ed Moore, second vice
|it: Mrs. John Lake, third
If ii nt; Leo Landis,
[ Mrs. Ethel Wagner, fi-
and i xecutive secretary;
t. Lillian Smulson, i-ecord-
:
speakers at the cere-
pi i B. D. Boson and for-
i Commissioner R. C.
|r.
ii,. meetings are held the
day of each month.
[>f the group's objectives
purement of storm sewers,
treet lighting, removal of
tracks from the South-
action, better bus trans-
tn. better county school
medical school in Dade
and a community house
Si uthwest area.
ried Unveiling
cation of a monument to
emoiv of the late Jennie
I. formerly of 1530 West
e. Miami Beach, will take
Sunday, June 17 at 10 a.m.
lunt Nebo Cemetery with
L 'i Kronish officiating.
d is survived by her
\d, Julius; two daughters,
Phillips and Ernestine
i sister, Rose; and three
is. Ernest, Julius and Al-
k.r:: ngi ments are in charge
Miami Monument
ii: ii nds and i elatives
f attend,
*JewistFhridiaw
PAGE 5 B
ie Morris To Speak
fuit Judge Joe M. Morris
bi must speaker at the
ting of the Israelite
on Tuesday June 19, at
at the center building,
s w. 24th Terrace. The
er will be introduced by
Commissioner Louie
Kay.- ,v Moldan
Nelson Appointed
Bay Harbor Judge
The town council of Bay Har-
bor Island, island community
north of Miami Beach..
Theodore R. Nelson as
judge at a council meeting held
Monday evening.
Also appointed -, ie] P.
Fletcht r, Sui I The
two judges will ncur-
rently and alternate n
bench judges.
Judge Nelson, a Miami itl
ney, is a long-time
dent wlio has been
civic affairs. He reci
grees from the Univ. '.
Florida and Miami and has
ticed in this community for two
! years. H<- is serving ...-
' tary of the Jewish Music Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, as lay I
ber of the choir of the Greater
Miami Cantors' Association and
as board member of the N
i Shore Branch. Jewish Centers
Association.
The new judge is a past ;
dent of Miami Beach Ma
past financial secretary. Miami
Zionist District and has been ac-
tive in Community Chest and
Jewish F( dei
The young judge is m
the form< i S Bi
singei and music te u hi
County Swim Plan
To Draw Crowds
nd Dade County
children and adult- ; \t.,\
to sign up 1
:
lear-
poi
. .
Cross S t;
i i said thai 31
instru '

; ii fth :
Com,' Ovi r 4.80
n cards have been disl
uted to thesi igning
pupils for the first four
the 12-week program,
Other children, and adults.
y telephoninj tl
service office in Red Cross hi
quarters at 89-6661.
G dfrey Novotny, Red Cross
Water Safety Director, reli
the 1 par.
ticipating pools:
From 9 a. m. until noon.
lassei will be held at the North
Miami's Suburban Park Apart-
ments, Opa-locka and the Home-
is: from 9:30 a. m. until
12:30 p. m. at the Venetian pool;
and from 8:30 a. m. until 10:30
a. m. at the Gerry Curtis and
Dixie Park pools. Also, in co-
operation with the Miami B
ation department, instruc-
ti m for youngsters will take
from 9 a. m. until 11 a. m.
at t h e Macfadden Deauville,
noy and Beach-End
The Suburban Park Apart-
ments poo] is used for the N nth
Youth Foundation pro-
Classes for the public are
scheduled Monday through Fi'i-
June l") to August 15.
Other classes meet for a two
week session from Monday
through Friday of each week
starting June 11 and 25. July 9
and 23, and August i> and 20-
sses in Hialeah will not be-
I gin until July lf> due t i construc-
tion work at the Benny Bab-
cock pool.
The starting date for adult be-
ginners is tentatively set for
June- 18 from 7:30 p. m. until 9
p. m. at th V Man and Curtis
P pools. During the month
of June, only child and adult
wil] be trained, but
that, Instruction will be
[inni inti rnn d-
n n ers, junior
instruction i.- free,
but so ike nomi-
nal 11 : pool use. In ad-
. Red
1 \ ides instructors for the
YMCA day camp,
camp and the
Lend-a-hand camp program.
Beach Lodge Slates
Americanism Rally
Miami Beach I. d g e, B'nai
B'lith. will sponsor its I i
j annual Americanism rally in
Flamii on July 4. it has
, ty i i; announ P. esident
Samuel W. Shapiro.
inted to head the commit-
tee in charge of the civic affair
is Gilb. : J, Balkin. He will be
assisted by Jack Gold, Jules P.
Channing id Gi
i off. All B'nai B'rith L id,
I the South Florida Council will
participate in the annual I
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Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
BEv.^v.:;'.'.v.'.i'.;'.-.-.-.'.'.-.v.'.v.'.'.'.'.v.y.v.g
GROWTH OF NAZISM .
Every week brings new alarming reports indicating the grow-
ing strength of neo-nazism. In the administrative elections just
held in almost 3,000 municipalities in Italy the neo-fascist party
showed impressive gains. According to estimate of U. S. officials
in Western Germany. 34 per cent of the West Germans still believe
in "Aryan" race superiority. Only 30 per cent think Nazism was
altogether a bad idea. Neo-nazi groups are operating in every
state of West Germany. It is well known that every member of
the Cabinet in Schleswig-Holstein, including the Prime Minister,
was a Nazi. Two were SS officers. The Bonn government, which
claims to be concerned with the menace of neo-nazism, has just
complained because the Saar government suppressed the "Demo-
cratic Party" which is a neo-nazi group planning the overthrows]
of the Saarland constitution. Yarblum, the well known Jewish
leader in France, stated publicly that anti-Semitism in France,
stimulated by former Vichyites, is gaining.
_ Neo-fascism and Communism possess not only the same totali-
tarian concept but have a common vehement anti-American
orientation. The neo-Nazis outdo the Communists in anti-U. S.
defamation. Their leader Doris, speaks publicly of the "American
terror regime in Germany." The neo-fascists of Italy are equaly
known for their anti-American attitude. Victor Paz Estensoro,
who polled 45 per cent of the votes in Bolivia, conspired (accord-
ing to the Blue Book published by our State Department) in Feb-
ruary of 1946 with Peron and Nazi agents in 1943 to stage the
Bolivian revolution of that year.
ATTENTION DEFENSE AGENCIES .
Anti-Semitism is global. Purelv local anti-defamation work
has limited value. The core of the problem is Germany and Argen-
tina. They are a menace to the United States, democracy and
peace.
The American Jewish Congress is urging Washington to re-
examine the German problem with the AJC. The American Jewish
Committee followed in this effort. Little will be gained from
prohibiting the neo-nazi movements and driving them under-
ground. However, it is not yet too late to forget about scrapping
the occupation statute and the rearmament of Germany.
The rearmament of Germany will be the gravest blunder our
country can commit. The Nazis were, are. and will be the worst
enemies of the U. S. and of democracy. The U. S. is merely
antagonizing its friends without winning over the Nazis. The
premises on which the American policy re Germany was based
have been proven false. Today nobody can doubt how wrong
General Clay was when he emphatically declared two years ag i
that "Nazism is completely dead."
We will be performing not only our duty but rendering a
great and patriotic service to our country by pressing But leu
wieser's warning home. We are engaged in a war of ideas. By
compromising the cause of democracy the U. S. is weakening
democracy's chances of victory.
There is no time for pussyfooting.
The challenge of leadership must be met. All efforts of our
defense agencies are doomed to futility if the main problem
neo-fascism in Europe and our hemisphereis ignored.
We cannot make the Francos, Perons and Nazis our allies.
Workshop Slates Life
Story Of Lillian Wald
Radio Workshop for Democracy
will present "The Life of Lillian
Wald" on Sunday, June 17, at
8 p. m. over radio station WMIE.
Mrs. Gertrude Marx, director
of the program will be starred in
this week's pesentation. Also in
the cast are George Lefcbe, Mil-
ton Tanbor, Don Young, Edith
Welmore, Muriel Moore. Muriel
Irving Fr
Moist Polio Virus
Most Dangerous
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AJP)
Two Jewish scientists warned
this week that infantile paralysis
virus is most dangerous while it
is in the moist state.
The warning followed a study
of the effects of drying on the
polio virus by Doctors Harold
K. Faber and Rosalie J. Silver-
berg of the Stanford University
~iecai Uncut ot Pediatrics.
Sholvm 1i iris
Seat Lenders
Marcia Jervis was installed a.;
president of Sholcm Chapter 14
of B'nai B'nth Girls at luncheon
ceremonies Sunday at the Sor-
rento Hotel.
Others recognized at the rites
were Sue Korshak, vice presi-
dent; Sheila Faber, recording
secretary; Nadine Handleman.
corresponding secretary: Ruth
Sindell, treasurer; Barbara Rosen.
parliamentarian; Gloria Antebi.
reporter; Mvrna Morton, histor-
ian. Past president. Miriam Levy.
is the new counselor.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. dis-
trict youth director, served as
installing officer. Other guests
included Mrs. Milton Weinklc,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women;
Mrs. Nachman. Mrs. Jaffee and
Miss Schaffer, advisers to the
group.
Delegates to the organizational
convention to be held in Greens-
borough, N. C. are Miss Jervis,
Miss Levy and Beverly Faber.
Northside Unit To Meet
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter will meet nionday. June 18,
at 8:30 p. m. at temporary quar-
ters 4316 N. W 7th Ave.
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
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Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street
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Bloom. Sandra Schwartz, Carol Pollack, Frank Wheatley, Ann Greenhouse. Stanley Friedborg.
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Heah Center
(Seat Leaders
.istall ition dinner for the
.1- Miami Springs Jewish
jiuty Center and Ladies
fcry will be held Sunday,
;it 7:15 p.m. at the cen-
Ln Becker will be seated
feident, Jack Kirschbaum,
gee president; Mrs. Yetta
second vice president;
me Robinson, recording
Iry; Mrs. Lil Newman,
ponding secretary; Al
financial secretary;
race Goldstein, treasurer.
board of directors will
Bloom, I. Kornblum,
Gordon, Phil Lyons, G.
Harry Roseman and T.
mi.
speaker will be Nor-
*yons, attorney and radio
fentator who will discuss
ssance of American Jud-
invocation will be offer-
Leo Heim, the center's
v teacher, and installing
will be Phil Lyons, past
lent.
Irtainment, community
and dancing will follow
installation.
Schrager Renamed
Lead Miami Masada
Schrager was unanimous-
d president of Miami
Zionist District Masada
ecent meeting.
eis named were Milton Ge-
Jvice president; Alfred Fin-
Gn. treasurer; Morris Eig,
lentative-at-large; Gevirtz
fancy Raskin, corresponding
aries; Edith Gonska, re-
secretary; Murray Arn-
istorian; and Sandy Bok-
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pmittee leaders will be ap-
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lation ceremonies will also
Id in the near future.
rA GOOD NAMt
more to be
Measured than riches."
ProX'CTb:
ORDON
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JuTT .",'" S6 hel<* Sunday
l-2o Colhns Ave., ... :
Harry Simonhofl announces
. ^nho^Mjami attorney and
a noted Jewish columnist and
lecturer. ,s
speakers bureau of the Gr.
Miami Israel Bond Commit)
('"';(,',"r J1' ''. division
of the American Financial and
Development tion for
speaker^"" ":""""'
Members of the local speakers'
bureau will be announced at the
seminar Pre. I nts ai I bond
chairmen ol J. vish organizations
in Greater Miami, Hollyw.....I,
Fort Lauderdale, and W
Beach have b.vn invited
Materials to aid speakers in
behall of the S5oo.ooo.000 Israel
bond campaign will be distrib-
uted. The motion picture. -Land
of Promise," will be shown at the
meeting.
Persons wishing to become
members of the speakers" bureau
are requested to contact Israel
Bond headquarters at 1703 Con-
gress Building, 1245 Wash, ave
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T!|e second annual installation
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B'nai B'rith High School Debate
Winners To Leave for Washington
Robert Shevin and Frances Im-
merman of Miami Senior
I will leave Miami on June
Washington, D. C. where
will be the guests of B'nai
Bnth as winners of the recent
Dade County High School De-
Library of Congress. They are
scheduled to be the guests 'I J.
H o w a r d McGrath, Att trney
General of the United States.
and will visit 'Mi. Vernon, Ar-
lington Cemetery, the Tomb of"
the Unknown Soldier and the
..,., ^uu.iii iiinn acnooi ue- i "' unnnown oiaier ana
bate Contest. Accompanying the Robert E. Lee Mansion in that
Winning duo will be Mrs. Jesse vicinity.
Emunah Unit Flag Day
Flag D 5 was celel ted with
a special ^Program by Emu
ES, Thursday, June
14 in the Scottish Rite Temple.
1 N. W. 3hr St. Th Honorable
l! Ruby, command.
11 '- Sion 85 of Miami
Beach was gui st
Mrs Mary Alper, worthy ma-
tron, honored the grand n
senatives of districts 29, :i0 31 ol
r Miami
Ilberlin, debate coach.
The group will spend their first
in trie nation's capital visit-
ing the Smithsonian Institute,
i Monument, the Na-i ...... ^.............a ...... B ,,
tional Art Gallery, and other will gain possession of the B'nai
ts of interest. On Monday, B'rith "Citizenship Trophy" for
the group will visit with J. one year and the debate win-
. chief of the Fed- ners have reci ived gold loving
Bureau of Investigation, and Icups in addition to thei one
on Tin sday, the Miamians will be week's all expense trip to Wash-
tin guests ol Congressman Wil- ington, D. C.
ham C. Lantaff at a luncheon Subject of this year's di
in the House dining room. The was, "Resolved: That the Non-
sjuaents Will visit sessions of the Communist Nations Should Form
House and the Senate, the Su- a New International Orsaniza-
preme Court and Will tour the tion."
The High School Debate Con-
ti st, now in its fifth yi was
red by Sholem I.
B'nai B'rith of Miami. Miami
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Letters To The Editor
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the
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re-
fund dri\ the
Fedei

ting el
son in jeo] Ij I I
Is F tion doii
Hav( thev lost touch wit!
nmunity? An they t .
tinue being isive clul I
wbu-h its constituent m
come hat in hand for funds? Ap-
parently we are in foi a series
i>f lean fund raisin-! years un-
v. ran develop drivii
li p that pire an
intense community spirit.
I< Federation doing that job?
I! their job is community plan-
nine why have then- constituent
agencies beer, allowed to expand
so rapidly in face of the lack of
funds? If their job is fund rais-
ing, why are we failing to reach
our quota each year?
If the community has not re-
sponded properly and we lack
leadership is it not incumbent
upon Federation to get out among
the people and develop leader-
ship that will be able to sell the
drive?
Federation has sponsored many
community surveys in the past,
the time may now have arrived
for th<. community to survey
Federation.
Sincerely,
SEYMOUR GELBER.
Editor. The Jewish Floridian
:> Sir:
In your issue of May 18, you
have .i column entitled "The Re-
Bloc in Israel" by Harry
e contributi
i i ften vi ry stimulating
itive. In this column.
vever, he to indicate
e livi in a dream-world.
' n pei a enclosed
Is and articles. which
ntly appeared in The Jewish
should convince Mr. Sim-
:: that there is no danger
: a Church-State g >v< rnment
Israel, even though the ma-
' in the Holy Land be in
apathy with the religious ele-
nts residing there. There is
people on earth a- considerate
: those ideologically differing
from the religious character of
the people of a country a
" l< member- of the religious |
in Israel. There, as Mr. Simon-
off himself points out. the Chris-
and Mohammedan eli ments
thoroughly pleased with I
religious hb. anted them
in fact, in great. than
erica or any other land in the
world grants the Jews. Thi i
tical questions on r ligious
for the most part, have
been is< d only bj ular-
ists in Israi I (ai
wh<
tot differ I


: nhoff I
tating that "B :
t on thi
mpu
n in
i n c impul

i |

inv< igl< :
: int i these secu
.it spi
c st ethical stan .
Is it n Mi Si
pa: t I] the cruel mui derers
Jews in Christian and Moslem
lands where Church and State
w.:e united, as though, by im-
plication, t)a ty "f relig- '
ious Jews were meant when he;
states vi n I day there are pco-
wh > advocate the union
Church and State." apparently
trying to arouse emotion against
religious Jews in general, re-
gardless of the fact that they do ,
not, for the most part, advocate
such union?
Is it not illogical also to de- ;
signate as "joint rule of Syna-
gogue and State." a system
wherein the Synagogue in Israel
requires adherence to even fewer
religiou> regulations on the basis
of government concern for pub- I
lie welfare than are required of
Jews in Christian lands'
Let Mr. Srnonhoff prove that
there is no interference with the ,
"private conscience" of Jews in |
America and that Government '
Religion never "meet" in Amer- i
ica and then say that "in Israel j
the twain (Government and Re-
ligion) must never meet!"
Sincerely vours.
ISSAAC ROSENGARTEN,
Editor, The Jewish Forum
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of
Herbert Gelerntcr and his family were honored with the presentatic
work in building the Coral Gabl-js Jewish Center. Gelernte: seived as prcsid.Tt'dutin'T''*'
center was planned and constructed. Pictured are (I to i) daughter. Susan. dauahi9j1*1
Dorothy; Herbert; parents. Rose and Herman Gelernter.
t.iiblvs lAtdijv
To Hi ar Moore
Edward N. Moore, Miami at-
torney and former radio an-
ni uncer, will be the Drincipal
speaker in a varied program of
entertainment sponsored hv Coral
Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tues-
day, June 19 at 8:15 p. m.. at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
The program has been pre-
pared by Leonard Spiegel, who
has announced a series of sum-
mer entertainments for the B'nai
Bnth Lodge. President Lewis
rantz wil] call for a con-
ation of two proposed
amendments to the lodge consti-
tution. Alvin Corenblum, a past
lent of the lodge and cur-
rently vice-president of the B'nai
th Council of South Florida,
Will report to the membership
on the council's service program
for the coming year,
4'amp I oral To
licgin 2nd 1 oar
Camp Coral, co-ed day camp
for the Coral Gables-Southwest
sections of Greater Miami will
begin its second year of operation
on Monday. June 18. Approxi-
mately fifty children from the
ages of 4 to 12 wil] begin their
eight weeks activities, to be com-
pleted August 10. Registration
will be limited to this number,
and new enrollments will be
made only through cancellations
of old ones.
Camp personnel will include
Mrs. Jean Miranda, childhood
education specialist who holds
a master's degree in that field;
Marvin Schneider. Barbara Ep-
stein. Ricky Cohen, all seniors at
the University of Miami in the
departments of physical and art
education. Bernard Besking and
Michelle Harrell will serve as
junior counselors. Marvin Stein-
bock, registered dietitian, will be
in charge of the preparation and
serving of meals and snacks.
The entire program will be di-
rected by Dr. Donald D. Michel-
son, director of the University
of Miami Hillel Foundation.
Beach Publicist Named to
Nat'l Advertising Unit
Gerald Schwartz Miami Beach
public relations consultant, has
been elected to membership in
the National Industrial Adver-
tisers Association. He maintains
offices at 235 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Reach.
Schwarti is also a member of
the Florida Publicity and Public-
Relations A-socia:in. the Adver-
tising Federation of America,
and Alpha Delta Sigma, profes-
sional advertising fraternity.
He now serves as editor of the
Advertising Club of Greater Mi-
ami publication. Ad Libs.
Schwartz is a graduate of North
ma State College and of the
university of Miami.
Manischewitz Pledge
Launches $2,000,000
Mizrachi Bond Drive
Firing the opening gun in a
$2,000,000 Israel Bond drive by
the Mizrachi Organization of
America, launched at a dinner
in New York's Hotel Astor on
Tuesday evening. June 5, the B.
Manischewitz Company, its of-
ficers, employees and associates
announced that they have under-
taken to raise $100,000 or more
in bond sales.
Guest of honor and keynote
speaker at the dinner was Vice-
President Alben W. Barkley.
Other speakers and notable
guests included Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr. former U. S. Secretary
of Treasury, who is chairman of
the board of governors of the
bond drive; Dr. Pincus Churgin,
national president of the Miz-
rachi Organization of America
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IDAY, TUNE 15. 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
*Je*istrh>ridlian
OF SALE OF BUSINESS
I; IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
. \\m \N has, ms of the 5th
nine -\ l' 1*51, sold the busl-
ine AMERICAN DRY Hi.'K
LVAGE COMPANY thai he
conducting at No, 151 Not th-
mil River Drive, Miami, Mad.
Florida, to WILBUR C
li:s. i R win. w ill continue the
less at tin1 same address;
JJION WAXMAN will nol bi
III,], !',.i any and all debts In-
to the AMERICAN DRY
AND SALVAGE COMPANY
I' s.i id sale.
I.\ WAXMAN, has llle allthor-
Bemand, receive and settle for
alms, and obligations due
persiirned ami he will pay on
Invoices or other notices,
^ui obligations owing bj the
[MoN WAXMAN on account
business up to and In-
Ihe 4th day of June, A. D.
SIMON' WAXMAN.
T I. BLOOMBERG
\ for American Dry Dock
kge Company
v 1...1.1 Building
Florida
7/6
j|e circuit "court of the
judicial, circuit in and
>ade county, florida. in
chancery
No. 141703
1DER OF PUBLICATION
1KT ANN MARTIN. Plaintiff.
MARTIN, Defendant.
IK IAIN MARTIN
Jrth Carolina Avenue, S. E.
nuiuii, 1>. C.
i ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
_ Bill for Divorce has been filed
It you and you are required 10
a copy of your Answer on the
Iff's attorney, and file the orlgi-
the office Of the Clerk of the
Court on or before the 11th
July, 1951, in default of which
III] ,,r Complaint win be taken
jif, --. il against you
til tins llth day of June. 1951.
E. 1! LEATHERMAN,
L> Clerk of the Circuit Couit
BE J. TALIANOPP
n foi Plaintiff
ncoln Road
Reai h, Florida,
I i
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
ki.vi.i-: MANORS at TsJl and
C Avenue, Miami Beach,
intend t" register said name
Clerk of th'' Circuit Court ol
I' loi Ida.
BENJAMIN MANN
DAVID 81LVERMAN
TALIANOPP
Applicants.
OF
: j
for
9 ;
I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
rTl'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,'l. i-siirned, desiring to engage
lass under the fictitious name
V VISTA CLEANERS at 460S
ith Ave, Miami, Florida, In-
-' si.-r said name with the
f the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
MARGIE T. MEDINA
Sole owner.
Il
JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141600
INOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IM:\ JANE SILVERMAN,
Plaintiff,
\ i
l ; SILVERMAN,
l icfendant.
I RED J SILVERMAN
. North 51st Street
Penns} Ivanla.
MtKaHERBY NOTIFIED thai
Complaint for Annulment
'i against you, and you
by required to serve a copy
Answer t" the Bill of Coin-
ilntlff's attorney, harry
Lincoln Road, Miami
i.. Florida, and file the original
the i ifflce of the clerk of
Court, mi or before the
any ..f .inly, 1951. Otherwise the
of said BUI <>f Complain!
!" taken as confessed by you.
TFJD this fith day of June, 1951,
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade county, Florida,
fALl By R. it. ricf:. jr..
iv ,,-., Deputy Clerk,
Ri DIETZ, Esq.
H" "in Road
; "each. Florida
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
Patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
| legal rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
'DA. CN CHANCERY OK'
.,... No. Hi 60:
'
19Pted: this 8th day of Jui e, A, D
fHIBATI K- ,'; LEATHERMAN.
' 'AI-) t of circuit Cuort
8/8-15-22-29 B5 R,CE' "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 14160J
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MARIi.N RAPPAPORT, Pla Miff,
vs
Nathan RAPPAPORT, Defendant
Tt. NATHAN RAPPAI'liRT
Clinton Prison
P. O. Box B
Damemora, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of toinplmnt for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copj of your An-
swer to the Mill of Complaint on plain-
tiffs attorney, and fill the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk
of Circuit Court, on or before
the r.th day of July, 1951, other-
wise, the allegations of said itiii of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 8th day of June. 1951
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court
By R. II RICE, .11: .
_ Deputy Clerk.
1 J. Talianoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Floi
8 B-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the nidi gned, di --ii Ing to 1
In business under the fictitious 1
<.f CATHY and CO.," not Incorpor-
ated, at 306 Chambi of 1' mmen e
rig, Miami, Florida, Intend to
1 eglster said 1.. mi Ith 1 he Cli k
of the Circuit Court of bade County,
i l": Ida.
J. J FR1EDE 1 Ii 1
KASS, Pt'LLER .^ CULBREATH
Attorney foi catiiv and O 1.
6/15-22-29 T 8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d< siring to em
in business under the fictitious name
of Miami Webster Company, at 221
N. W. 38th Court, Miami, Ha.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
RORICRT S P.nRST.
Sole Owner.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorne) for Applicant
Ii: Congresi Building
6/15-22-29 7 6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF". CIRiTIT COl'RT OF Till".
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COl'N I'Y,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
111538
SOUTHEASTERN NATURAL HAS
CORPORATION, Plaintlfl
J 11. PENNINGTON and SALLIE
PENNINOTON, his wife, et at,
1 lefend 1 I
TO: J D, PENNINOTON and SAL-
LIE PENNINGTON, hit wife: W F
PESNINi ST< IN ind HELEN L.
PENNINOTON, his wife: HELF:.N
HENRICKSON and,
I unknown si.....- nnd,
If di ad, all unknown In
legatees, grants b. i n dlti
parties claiming by, through, under
or against any or either "f the above
named Defendants, ho an
known to be dea......' << "'''
all i" rsons or pat ties othi
having or claiming any right, title,
claim or Interesi In and to the fol-
lowing described 1 ropi rty. i-w":.
I,,, 11. Bloi k I, r i;i:.\m>\ ii"
! \i:k .1 8 il d 1 Isl t
to the Plal thei.of. recorded In
Plal Book 5 nagi 58, ol the pud-
II Records of Dade C< t> ty, Flor-
ida
YOU ARE HEREBY VOTIFIEl
thai a lull to quiet title I th.
described properlj has 1..... niea
against you in the above entitled
, ause and you are hereb
gerv, a copy ol your Answer 01
Pleading" to tne Bill ol 1 omp'Klnt
on the Rial.it'll"- attorni-ys, raitoi.
silier. Abdo & Muiloy, 804 Infraham
Building, Miami. Florida, and file he
original of such Answer '
Inga with tin clerk of the (
,,.,, on ".- before the 9th dw of
July. A. I. 1951: otherwise, a D.
Pro Confesso will be entered at
y0ThisTnotice shall be I "": "
each week for >ur ',;,',','.: "
in THE JEWISH l'!."K'.i' w.
I' \ii:i' this Ith da} "I June, A, 1
''"' E D. l.EATHERM VN.
...
, STOCKING,
i ., ul 1
8-15-2S ^^__^
SEITLIN l COMPANY
L.
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
I* N.I. In. T. MIAMI ."*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN -ran'SS BY PUBLiCATION
VIVIAN TOSCANO
VK
Tt'V-"\tlJ rr<^")>i^ '



e Circuit
be taki
Dab day of \i 1
,E B LEATHERMAN
I ..i Court
I'.,,:.
' it Court Si 1
By M C. FEIOE,
myers, ,,,MA, ;
A 01 j foi PI
JM Seybokl Rulli
Miami 32, Florida
6/1-8-11
,,- ,N.?TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till-. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO
141414.
CHARLES GEORGE HAMES,
I'laintlff, \s.
ELLA HAMES, Defendant.
TO ELLA HAMES, A
i"i Lexington Ave.
New York. NY.
Tor are required to serve a copy
t your answer to the bill of rom"-
plaint for divorce on plaint Iffi attor-
and to file the original answer
In the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court .a or before the 89 day of
June. 1961; otherwise, the bill of
plaint for divorce heretofore filed
herein, will be taken .. onfi Bed by
I Mil.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29
day of May, 1951
E. B, LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING, I"-
MICHAEL M. ISF:NBERG
Any. for Plaintiff
1407 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI'lT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR
IN AND FOR I'AI'i: COl'NTY,
I LOR1DA. IN CHANCERY, Ni 1.
1411"
JOSEPH DEUTSCH, Plalnl
\>
ELIZABETH DEUTSCH,
1'. :' ndai
TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH
993 'olunfbus Avei le
New York City, New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill "f Complaint for Di-
vorce hai bet n I net you, and
you are required t" servi a "iy of
your answer on the plaintiffs attor-
ney, F'RANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan
American Rank Building, Miami,
Florida, and fill the orglnal in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court "ii or before the ii day of
June. 1951, in default of which this
Bill "f Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you
DATED thl 29 da> of May, 1951.
!:. I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk -.f the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. FEIGE,
1 !lerk.
:/l-s-:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
B '-'i. ii Ing to et
undet the fli litious
BF.NDIN LAUNDRY at 3378 N. W.
' -;li Ai n 11 M ami, Floi Ida,
: mim with the 1 ..
' t Court of Dado 1
rida.
,. VLEX CHERNIN.
I IKES ,v FRI8HMAN,
foi Bendlx Laundry.
-'.'-."1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
HI. KVKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF 1 LORIDA IN AND Fi iR DADE
COl'NTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
. 192
AN OF; Li 1 ii 1RCI1 >NE,
Plaintiff, vs
ISABELLA CORCIONE, Defendant.
TO ISABELLA CORCIONE
_/ Mrs. Tlllle Ravell......
5, Ramsy Avenue
Yonkers, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
. for divorce has been filed
agalnsl you and you arc required to
sei V,- a i.py of >i.m- answer 1
lull upon plaintiffs attorney, and file
thi original with the Clerk of the
circuit Courl of Dade County, Flor-
ida, mi nr before the 80th day of June,
1951; oth.-rwi-e said bill of complaint
will I... taken as confessed by you,
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1
day of June. 1951,
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida
(Circuit Courl Seal 1
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
NORMAN R LYONS, F:so.
910-12 Olympla Hidg.
Miami, Florida
6/8-U-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to en-
gage in business under the fictitious
name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY
at Dade County, F'lorida inten^ to
register said name with tthe Clerrof
the circuit Courl of Dade County,
LOUIS SILVERMAN
PETE SILVERMAN
SAM SILVERMAN and
ALBERT BLEICH
1 'o-Partners
MARX M. FABER, Any.
112 Congress Bldg.
6/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ihal
the undersigned, desiring to engage
. Iness under the fiotltlous nam<
of DOC'S PARKING LOT, II" IV,
I", gli Stn et, Miami, Florida, In-
tends t" register the said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dadi
Florida.
isi: lEL elliOT-SKY,
s le 1 twner.
MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant,
Seybold Building,
C -15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTK E IS 111 :t: 1 :i V GIVEN

f lot It ions
:st financf: co
of th C f Dadi
HER BERMAN
MILTON R M VNNHEIMER
Esther Herman
il'h I.ln R
v
5-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
in business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA HOME at 5925 N.W.
22nd Ave intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HOPKINS PUBLICATIONS
DAVID SHUBOW
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mderslgned. deslrins lo 1
in busine-s under the fiotll
.., .;. ii. |i il Collins
,. Mim mend to re.

lit Court 01 tv. F
M \N :! 'OMAN
HENRI FESS1 : R
HARRY DIETZ
Kttorne; for Apnll 1
::'. I It 1 111 Ri I
8/1-S-l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN TUT COUNTY JUDGE'S COl'RT
IN \NP FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, NO
In Ri ESTATE OF ^
,-n,. 1 ; OWEN, D. -"'
To A d All Persons Hav-
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x ...-I
of ETHEL D. OWEN,
MYERS. HBIMAN .< KAPLAN
Bi Louis Helman
Attorneys for Executor
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO MARTHA IPKFJN, c/o MRS.
MARTHA RICHTER P
\., ri ui Pai ,111111s. New Jersej
I 1 are 1 otlfled that a Rill "f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
-r you in the 1 "ircult Cou
lit of Florida,
Coun ty, Cha cerj So 141
Thnrwald Ipsen a/k/n Tommy l|
hen by required to serve a
mswer on Mordi 1 N
tlff'i Attorney, 420 L 1
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
|| answer 111
, of said Courl on or before June
said Bill will be taki n at
ed bj you.
p.,ted: May 24, 1951,
E 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk C. Ct.
I iurt Seal!
By M. C. FEIGE, D.C.
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni'Tci: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at 1865
North Bu; Causeway, Town of Ninth
Bay Village, Miami Beach, F'ln. In-
tends to register said name with the
Cli rk "f the circuit Court "f Dade
k:.,i Ida.
BENBOW REALTY CO.
By: In Ing Grei nfield,
President
GENET & GENET
.\i toi nes s for
BENBOW REALTY CO.
.-./J.'i Ii 1-s-l'i ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nn'l ici. is HEREBY GIVEN
1 I,, engage
In business under th.- fictitious name
,,f MIAMI I'l.ASTIC WARE CO at
608 Lang-ford Building, Miami. Flor-
d name
with the Clerk d the Circuit 1
..f Dade Count>, Florida.
ESTFIER BERMAN
MILTON R MANNHEIMER
,,1 Esther Herman
|l LI "" Read.
Ml en. Be h, Fl '
IS-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ',i\!:\ 1
di 1
n busl 11 ss under the fli tltloiif
of THE B VSKET SHOP, at 1622 Al-
. 11 Ro id -Miami R.a.h. I '
i,. register Mid name with tht
..f the circuit Court of 1 ad
HARRY' ERLANGER
JO.^ORH UARKO
Attorney for Owner
914 Seybold Uldg.
5/25 6/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO
26086.
In Re: ESTATE I >F
LEON FREED, Deceased,
and All Person Hav-
' .urns or 1 ii in., mis Age 1 said
1,
Y .mil each of \ mi, r re
d and required to piesei I any
and demands which rou
plther of you, may have against the)
of LE" in i-'i:i:i:i 1, ri .- d
f 1 l-'l South Miami Avei Ml
ami, K.uU' County, Florida, to the
Ho u 1 Blanton, 1 'ounty Ju Igc "i
"mniy, and file the ime In
hi- office in the County Cou thousi
In 1 ade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publica...... hereof. Bald
or demands to contain tbe legal ad-
dress of the claimant and tn be swim n
to and pr< sented as afori ild, 01
same will be barred, See h'ectl in 120>
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date May ISth, A.D. 1951,
/s/ MAE s FREED
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
LEON FREED, .....eased
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
656 Be} bold Bi tiding.
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
5/2B 6/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TIIK CRCCIT COCRT OF' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"
OF I'LORIDA, IN AND F'oR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO
141246.
RAIL R RONAN. I'laintlff, VS.
EVELYN L. ronan. Defendant.
To: EVELYN L. RONAN,
c/o Walter Bosse, Onaga, Kansas
rou are required to serve a copy or
your answer to the Bill "f Complain!
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, anrl to file the original answer
in tho office nf the Clerk of Hi- Cir-
cuit Court on or before the ^1 day of
June, A.D, 1911; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the*
21st day of May, itsi.
!:. 1: LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit court Seal)
By WM. W, STOCKING
Deputy Clerk,
MLTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
s, \ ln'lil Bldg.,
Miami. Finn.la
5/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT cofllT OF Till-:
EIJ5VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
n|' FLORIDA IN AND FY)R DADI-:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO
111223.
CHARLES SKoDA. Plaintiff, vs
I 'i U.1ITHY SKI iDA. Defet I 1
SUIT FUR DIVORCE
TO: DOROTHY SKODA
Grant street
Wayne, New Jersey
Y of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
red to servi a copy of your An-
swer in Pleading to the Bill or
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Stanley D. Caidin, 74S Seybold Build-
ing, Miami, F'la., and file the original
Answer >n- Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21 day of June, 1951. If
you fail to do ho, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
ih. relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published OnCtt
each week for four consecutive weekt*
;n TI1K JEWISH F"I,OR!DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this ^'1 day of May, A. D.
E. i:. LEATHERMAN,
' 1, k, Cirult Court.
Dade County, Florida.
ill Courl Seal)
By WM, W, STOCKING,
Deputj C
STANLEY D. CAIDIN,
-1\ Bi j bold Building
Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
rropli al Vendors at Ml 8. W. 53rd
Ct., Miami. I-'la., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida
EDWARD HARELIK.
Bole 1 r m r.
25 6/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring "to engage
.11 business under the fictitious name
of FINE ARTS STUDIOS at 901 B.W
27th Avenue. Miami. F'la. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
STANLEY FELDMAN
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FUR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
; 258.
ALBERT K PARENT, Plaintiff, vs-.
DOROTHY dalit.
TO: DOROTHY G, PARENT
708 Blackhorse Pike
W. Colllngswood Heights
Mi Bphrlan Post Ofl
New Jersey
YOU are required to serve a
,.f your answer m the bill of com-
, lain! for divorce on plaintiff
and t.i file the original an-
swi r in the Office "f the Clerk ol
Court on or Befon
.1 1
implalnt fi
filed hi n In, '
. sbd 1'> 1
!. .,1 Miami. Florida, this
of M : 151,
E, P LEATHERMAN,
1". ill 1 lout t.
ill Courl Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
' 1 leputy
BMANUEL LEVEN80N,
\itv for Plaintiff.
hot Biscayne lildg..
Miami, Florida.
5/25 6/1-8-15


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+Jeisti fhrUttaan
May 31 Jewish Emigration Deadline
From Iraq Extended Another Month
A May 31 deadline by which time Jewish i Iraq
. ail was i" have ended undi | Govern-
ment ha.- been extended until Jum 30, thereby pi ividin)
minute opportunity for rescue of la] tens of thousands of
the 30,000 Jews '"Hi: ining in that country, Edward M M, Warburg.
:al
Chairman of the V\.
Jewish Appeal, disclosed this
week,
Mr. Warburg announced that
the United Jewish Appeal
Ivised by immigrati -
thi i it.,-.; in Israel ih.it n< .. >t. i-
tions to extend the May :;i d<
line had been Successfully com-
pleted, and that the United !< w-
ish Appeal must make avails
,.? once la: ge cash funds to c m-
tinue the air evacation <>f Jews
m Baghdad t" Israel at
sent rate of nearly 1,000 a
day.
^ The United Jewish A;
General Chairman pointed out
since May, 19">0, when the
Iraqi Government imposed a one
year limitation on Jewish emi-
gration. 90.000 Jews had been
flown to Israel from that country,
more than 65.000 of them since
January 1950, with funds allo-
to United Palestine Appeal
"The majority ol the Jews of
Iraq," Mr. Warburg declared,
ha\e already been brought out
in accordance with our determi-
nation to bring to Israel all those
registered with the Iraqi
I I vi : nment lor movement out
I of that country by May 31. We
mast now do all within oil: power
to evai Uate those who are left.
We must save these Jews now
or we may never save them at
all. We have only the month of
June in which to Complete this
critical and very urgent task.'*
Mr. Warburg pointed oul that,
in addition to the Jews to be
m ived out of Iraq tins month,
the United Jewish Appeal must
provide also for the transfer to1
Israel in June of approximately
8.000 or more Jews from Rou-
mania and from other Eastern
European and Moslem countries,
He stressed that "the month
of June might well see the
establishment of a new emigre-
n Mi,,i-d," provided Jewish
communitii a t h r o u g h o u t the
United Stati resp >nded in time
to tin UJA's urgent need tor
cash.
Tli,. UJA General Chai
-aid in tins connection that lid.000
Jews have been moved to Israel
each month for the last two
months, thereby establishing a
record movement of 00.000 Jews
to Israel m 00 days.
"The continuation of this ac-
celerated program" he said, "now
hinges on what happens in the
next two or three weeks in Jew-
ish communities throughout the
country. If these campaign com-
munitii- are able to rush funds
to the L'JA. we shall succeed.
If 'hey cannot, then I hesitate
to think what will happen."
The United Jewish Appeal, in
addition to making possible the
movement of homeless Jews to
Israel, provides funds for relief
and welfare programs in Europe,
North Africa and the Middle
East and for refugee adjustment
in the United States.
ISRAEL BONDS SOLD
Z.O.A.
HADASSAH
MM IRITH
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"You re doing a great job," Mrs. Harry G.u. 1
Mrs. Bee Jaffer as th*y examine latest reporTs l,^
sales .n Greater Miami. Mrs. Gersten headsXrZi^
for 11 group, of Hadasseh and Mrs. Jaffer is i ch,^
tctivaws of five group, of Pioneer Women. HsOtt
more than S88.000 and Pioneer Women S34.000 in ihTfL j!
of the local campain. These total, will r.ot be included i/L
contest of the Council of Organizations. **
these bonds are important
to you who want to invest in
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In these times, when America seeks friends, an ally has arisen in the Middle East-the
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H( re i- a country founded on the same freedoms that all Americans hold dear-
"m ol ri'U'" education-equality of all citizens without distinction
nation pledged to safegw rd the Holy Places of all religions and Vo uphold the
l rated .Nations I barter.
Today, as y. u look to Israi iee a country alive with the industry of free-
; .: inse. You see a people who., faces are turned to the sun of democracy
\ ou see a land that was forged in the fire of freedom.
And you learn that Israel, life early pioneer America, is planning for complete
independence and self-reliance.
It is to help insure Israels independence that Israel is now offering this Bond
issue- bonds that will help transform 600.000 more immigrant* into happy
and productive people-bonds that will strengthen Israel as a p*ar of
democracy in the Middle East.
You who l.elieve in freedom, who see the importance of helping to develop new
cemocracy-you will want to invest in these Israel Independence Bonds
STATE of ISRAEL
$500,000,000 INDEPENDENCE
BOND ISSUE
Two types of bonds art o
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Denominated as
Fifteen Yeor 3'/a% Dollor
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Moy I and November 1.
Denominations: $500 $1,000
$2,500 $5,000 $10,000
$100,000
ffered at par as follows-
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Denominated as
Twerve Year Dollar Savings
Bonds. Maturity Value: 150% of
issue amount
Denominations': $50 $100
$250 $500 $1,000
$2,500 $5,000 $10,000
Orders for Bonds moy be placed ol and Prospect*, -' fLJj
from Hte undersigned.
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STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
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PAGE 4 A "" %  *!*• "W" W^f +Jeistfk>rldlian JB< EDITORIAL FHIDAY 1% II ram IV is L'niversitv June this year will be the last to pass without commencement exercises at Brandeis University the new and growing center of learning in V.V\ thcan, Mass. Opening with 107 students Brandeis now has nearly 500 and by the oi the 1952 fall semester ; s expected to have 700. Its first commencement will be held a year from now; already the institution has beer. powered to grant master's and doctor's, as we]] as honorary degrees. While the size of the student body at Brandeis. would normally continue to expand indefinitely, present plans call for stabilizing it at 1,000 once that figure is reached. Additional students are to be admitted for graduate work only, and the advisability of creating graducte schools in such fields as law, medicine, business, social work, administration and creative arts is being cm : fully studied. The intention is to retain the pres' en! faculty-student ratio of one to nine, whatever expansion takes place. With 14 major buildings already on its 165acre campus, a S22,000,0<>0 building campaian is under way, and two new dormitories and'a student commons building overlooking the Charles, as well as a stadium and field house are expected to be ready for use in the fall btudents from 28 states and six foreign countries are registered, so broad is the apoeal of this enterprising modern university named for the -cte Associate Justice Louis D. Brandeis of the bupreme Court of the United States. Its farreaching influence is only just beginning to be rightful fact That would H THAT'S A DESTROYING HAND, SIR! _Brandeis University now takes its National Council Of Jewish Women Equips New Playroom At Ellis Island place on the roster of American institutions of higher education. The American Jewish community mav well be proud of its record of growth and development. r JWB Head Sees Jewish Centers In Record Expansion (Continued from Page 1-A) facilities, coinciding with the denational i mei gency, l>is4-riiiij„„ lio|1 The recent disclosure bv Ik. ish Congress that medical xZ^A have been employing ', Choo s in U a lawdesigned^o yI e U a C t rr 0 educahon again po i nts "^ lotion alone is not an effectivL brgotry. Where there is a ^.r^^l a method will be found. d el iH One must indeed be nenve to !" re law on the books would form sinner into saints. Tl trary to human nature. VVhr-t the disclosure is ,„ at men %  ^ educational process in aZl m •heir trust lou^ l^^^ by using the personal inteSe, circumvent the ban against havl state their religion and" color, he SL guilty of as sharp and uqly a ll> ceivable. 9y a P"* 1 *** Although discrimination has been li of most protesicnal schools, the IJ leges somehow have always been T** ttrthI ^T h r o dd ^ that the medical field is one where is treated alike, whether white or H hgious or irreligious, Jew or Christian. Stringent laws against discrimination ii. cation may help. But this is at bestonlr range remedy. In view of the obstacles! Jewish medical students, the best sol the problem, in our estimation, rests ink tion of specifically Jewish professional on a non-sectarian basis. The planned i of a medical school by the Yeshivah _Js a step in the right direction. le the "fullesl ( ent : programs and s< vici '" "•< ni %  ii l tin natii n's de fen e mobilization." 1 d to JWB'a n iti mwide %  I eatioi fees for J n en an I w in uniform, C< \ lung out thi wel%  • %  N rvici and Overseas Amy Job* Available Many positions with the Army petroleum phases of the in overseas installations are still neerins profession. open to qualified eivilians, J. A. | Bliss, manager of the Florida Strte Employment Service, said this week. The local office of Hoi 3! I EmploymcB the Florida stat,. Employment '" S vice isD.-,nir-in-.t,n„ i„.. w,u %  %  Men or


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PAGE 6 A Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT WEST MIAMI: The stirring community over there in the southwest is rolling up a number of proud things. The families are integrating themselves into what promises to grow into a big Wist Miami Jewish Center; and all the men are mighty busy. Ben Niren—he's been living there nigh unto four years— is an exterminator by day, running his own business. At night, he's giving himself television and radio schooling in the Aviation Building. You've noticed their beautiful kids: Larry and Allen With his home in Ben's block is Dave Dresner, wholesale grocer. Dresner is president of the Center there Others in tha group are accountant Ed Holley Bill Bender, who's also commander of the West Miami Post 223. Jewish War Vets accountant Marty Beigel Lou Goldin. And in just what sparetime they collect, they're doing a huge job of being humane to other vets, in Pratt, every week. FLAME-TREES: The offical week is over, but the riotous blooming of the crimson flowers on the spectacular poinciana trees will conti Marking the first-time chapter in the 14-year-old Poinciana Festival was the presence of Nat Simon. Manhattan sor~-vriter. Nat was dubbed "Sir Nathaniel Simon" the other night at Bavfront Park, while 12.000 applauded. As composer of their theme-song •Poinciana Song to the Tree." Nat executed one of his knightly gestures the following evening at Coral Cables Country Club when he played his song exactly as he wrote it originally; and loaned the piano up with a fast medley of his ..tlur tines'-The Old Lamplighter." "Coax Me a Little Bit," "My Bolero." and hits that promptly brought to his side Coral Gables' Mavor Dave Hendrick, Jr. Nat and his wife Sally are remaining at the Atlantic Towers Hotel for a bit. Sally is frankly watching the sand edge into Nat's shoes. This year, they're averaged ir,we than just mild commuting—Florida already has nicked off seven months ... ,.., M i' a H 1 K Be ^ t h S oi nel ana Day saw trees planted by a motorh fn ,V*h' Ba ur,ns W convertible. Ceil is operator of tinfamed Rainbow Room cocktail lounge in Miami. The entire RVR. AT7\ Uy f \' ,d B J lu nCne n b v Abc Allenberg at his Kobtrt Rule:, later. And checking in just in time to catch up Ren, k v'""T WKAI S "Wtime news-reporter. Sam PEOPLE '""' f tlU G ld CoaS| N r^ M M PS '/, U le5 f i ig L h,s and tr 'P s are Today's Topics 1 \ J !l elso and h \ s famil V ave gone to Kaueonga Lake mer nZ ^MK'" 0 : N ', Y -' as USual ,or ,he • •YorVditv ^ C ,r. P lan "'"9 a Dickie visit to New York City Sol Goldstrom left for New York, for that Shapiro architect Norman M Gil-1 JOTTINGS* : Bert Lask y~ rr,\^ ae .^ evin ,. kee P s Posted on the motor trip: a lechniSunshine -Pre e-s io2wV 9ht \ ,,gn .up ,0 b COme Miss frocks fi Coth/m's SjfSJSS ^ A ^* — Suti! ju • :• %  wavHerS '"" PieC ? of a pot m *•* Helen m panTon He e r tc Ve The ge n Xr^ aUy. somewher P e. You can Vatc" ^JSlff JSW""" : K +Jewistncr*Man Dr. Leonard Lewis Wed To Denver Girl A sundown ceremony at the garden of her parent's home united Miss Wyrth Dianne Rosen ; and Dr. Leonard A. Lewis on | Thursday. June 7Rabbi Her%  bert Friedman officiated. Miss Rosen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rosen of Den! Mickey Zarr Betrothed | To Morton A. Orbach Mr. and Mrs. B. Zarr, 1686 S W. 11th Terr., announce the be trothal of their daughter, Mickey J to Morton A. Orbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Orbach, 3630 S W 5th Terr. The bride-elect, a graduate of Sll A^\High Sch o1 als attended the Lniversity of Miami She is a member of Star ChapMr Orbach graduated from the University of Miami Law School and i s presently practicing in Miami. He is a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Wedding plans have been made for early September. September Wedding Set A September 2 wedding i s being planned by Miss Harriet Ruth Mintz, University of Miami student, whose engagement to Bernard S. Rockman, son of Mrs Anne RocKinan, ttazelton. Pa, has been announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mintz Wilkes-Barre, Pa. The bride-elect is a member of Iota Alpha Pi sorority, Sociology Club and Hillel. Y MRS. LEOSARD A. LEWIS ver, Colo; was given in marriage by her father. She chose I as her (inly attendant her sisterin-law, Mrs. Justin Rosen. The bridegroom's brother, D. Robert Lewis was his best man. Thev are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. j. Gerald Lewis of 617 E. DiLido Dr., Miami Beach. The bride, a recent graduate of Denver University, is a memof Phi Beta Kappa HonorFraternity, and was chosen the outstanding woman student of Pi Gamma Mu, social science • n ir iry frato.nitv. Dr. Lewis is J graduate Of Duke University Medical College, and is at pre.-ent an intern, at Colorado Gem Hospital in Denver. Among out of town guests who came for the wedding were Mrs. Hay Nov.,k. ,n, | M;. .,,„( _\i,.. Justin R .sen ol Falls City Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. D. R ,bert Lewis of Miami Beach. Rosen Bar Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of Alfred Paul Rosen, sot of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Rosen, 2166 S. W. 14th Terrace, will be held on Saturday, June 16, at 9 a. m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Rabbi Simon April will officiate. The Rosens will honor the young man, who is a student at bhenandoah Junior High School, at Kiadush following the services and at a dinner at the Miami Beach Athletic Club Sunday at 6 p. m. Most Honored Comra i Moscow. Sir, My duties grow ur.wieldier. The masselude the truth Preoccupied by fads uncouth. They work their gardens, raise their pets And watch their television sets. P And fish and swim like one obsessed. These dow ntrodden, these poor Oppressed 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING 8c PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSo" THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE D O O R T O D O O R~ WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. ZT* MIAMI S OLDEST FURNITURE MOTSRSS Pioneer Women To Hold Dinner Pioneer Women's Organiza*l on Llub Nc l. will sponsor a fathers Day dinner on Sundav June 17, at 6 p.m. at Beth Tfila'h Congregation, 935 Euclid Ave Proceeds from the affair will be allotted for aid to the children 0 Israel. The subscription of SLaO covers a full course dinn, ^ ad .l ng l h c arrangements committee are Mrs. Esther Garter and Mrs. Pakula, assisted by Biodes. Minnie Bower. Mr Breger, and others. Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Kaplan will be guest speaker. Celia Beckerman will offer folk and Manva Shubow will present readings by Sholem Aleichem BARNETT BECKERMAN Since 192/ with NEW YORK UFE INS. CO. Life. Accident. Sickneis, Hoapitaiuation 20 S E. 3rd Ave., Miami But. 2-0507; Res. 58-7128 Kelemer Heads Cantors* Group Reeled. -\ president of the Qn iter Miami Cantors' Association for the fifth consecutive year at a meeting June 4 was Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom. Fellyw officers fo r the coming year include Jacob Tambor. Beth El. vice president: Joseph W Malek. Coral Gables Jewish Cen', secretary; Berele Kelemer. Miami Hebrew School and Conation, treasurer; Abraham Kneseth Israel, librarian. on 'he bodice *L?1 She will weir a %*A th --tieSr,Sa carry a sorav .^"U of Brookline, jfi?*," P?stel tulle andIwffl pink roses. Brother of the L 'a/n, of lUq -t-man. Chosen?? Mass.; Edward Flei£,I o ^e bride, BosM Vitz Manchester ft? 1 ^vy, Boston; C' Orange N. J a n I of th f bride. Fred a^ ton. nl,' VI 'r F l isher a J Pha Epsilon Phi Sorority J the American Associated versity Women recwejp A, from Cornell and hsr from Columbia UniveraTh Chaplain, son of the late'jil I Chaplain, took his B. S {ml University of Florida aadijj I A. f: :N V. U. Heiso I dent of the Miami B nber of Commerce i. sistant sales promotion!— for the Enterprise Storesh ton He attained the rank*! jor during the war, served four years with tt Desti iyerj (Army). A reception vu\\ be hi lowing tha wedding at the Pine Brook Cou. %  i and his brothel mond will leave from Beach I attend the nupt Following a wedding _, Eur : .pie will besk. in B ifter September It REV. ABRAHAM! CERTIFIED MOHE Experienced in Leada; Hospitals in New Yod Call 5-1682 Well Trained Cantor— Fine Baritone Perfect Musician, Choir Director. Able to officiate with| without Choir and Organ. Experienced Hebrew and So* School teacher. Well versed in reading the Torah. BEST REFERENCES. Would consider a change of position. (W | conservative Congregation need to reply. Write H S. M I 2973. Miami 18, Fla. I" Aw^KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEAPING HOTELS 1701 \Va > hington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Eveninp) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Slur-.Vtti HJ^ 1 ** General Repair „ n all Mak, Tru.ks and Can ~..m..„ J.'Z"' h an '' *eytene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Phon., 3 -S 2 -^ nd De Very Wt ~* •**• 8*0 S.W. Sth Street CONSTIPATION GONEFEELS WONDERFUL injr AIX-HHAN every day Now I m regular...feel wonderful... thanks a million!" AbralinmS. /elman, 2H0!"> Deerfleld Rd., Far Itockaway, N. y, One of many urine*. Ucitett letters from ALL-BRAN users. trus may be g Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Monday: 9:30 to 9:00 Shop bv Phone from 8:JJ 4 Call: 3-iHl your II id i lie's your money gooa farther at llurclinr's during Star Savings Month Watch for daily speciala throughout the store • • month! 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[Y, JUNE 15, 1951 Heah Center (Seat Leaders .istall ition dinner for the .1Miami Springs Jewish jiuty Center and Ladies fcry will be held Sunday, ;it 7:15 p.m. at the cenLn Becker will be seated feident, Jack Kirschbaum, gee president; Mrs. Yetta second vice president; me Robinson, recording Iry; Mrs. Lil Newman, ponding secretary; Al financial secretary; race Goldstein, treasurer. board of directors will Bloom, I. Kornblum, Gordon, Phil Lyons, G. Harry Roseman and T. mi. speaker will be Nor*yons, attorney and radio fentator who will discuss ssance of American Judinvocation will be offerLeo Heim, the center's v teacher, and installing will be Phil Lyons, past lent. Irtainment, community and dancing will follow installation. Schrager Renamed Lead Miami Masada Schrager was unanimous•• d president of Miami Zionist District Masada ecent meeting. eis named were Milton GeJvice president; Alfred FinGn. treasurer; Morris Eig, lentative-at-large; Gevirtz fancy Raskin, corresponding aries; Edith Gonska, resecretary; Murray Arnistorian; and Sandy Boklergeant-at-arrns. pmittee leaders will be apat a coming meeting and lation ceremonies will also Id in the near future. rA GOOD NAMt more to be Measured than riches." ProX'CTb: ORDON UNERAL Bond Speakers' Bureau To Hold First Seminar of the Greater Miami Israi JuTT .",'" S 6 hel <* Sunday l-2o Colhns Ave., ... : Harry Simonhofl announces ^nho^Mjami attorney and a noted Jewish columnist and lecturer. s speakers bureau of the Gr. Miami Israel Bond Commit) ( '"'; ( ,' r J 1 ''. • %  division of the American Financial and Development tion for speaker^"" : """"' Members of the local speakers' bureau will be announced at the seminar Pre. I nts ai I bond chairmen ol J. vish organizations in Greater Miami, Hollyw I, Fort Lauderdale, and W • Beach have b.vn invited Materials to aid speakers in behall of the S5oo.ooo.000 Israel bond campaign will be distributed. The motion picture. -Land of Promise," will be shown at the meeting. Persons wishing to become members of the speakers" bureau are requested to contact Israel Bond headquarters at 1703 Congress Building, 1245 Wash, ave *Jvistrk>rkik%r> Free Loan Group To Install Leaders T!| e second annual installation "'" c r > 0 S.W. 12th Avenue p hone 3-3431 or 9-1436 P. I. AHERN funeral Director *JS KK£ PHONE 9-2881 Call Maule For Highest Quality Certified Concrete Building and Column Blocks Concrete Aggregates Concrete Joists Cement Concrete Brick and Stepping Stones Reinforcing Steel Central and Transit-Mixed Certified Concrete Lumber Nillwork Builders' Supplies Weather is of no concern...when your home or building is constructed of concrete and concrete products by Maule. A concrete building gives cool comfort in summer. Chill winter winds cannot penetrate concrete"s stone-hard surface. Concrete sheds rain. Solid and secure, it bucks the heaviest gale...comes through undaunted. When you build of concrete and concrete products, you build for a lifetime. In South Florida, concrete "spells" Maule. For over three decades. Maule has been the South Florida leader in quarry, concrete and builders' supplies. And. Maule is a house of dependable service. Deliveries are prompt and accurate...Maule prices are always in line. When you build...build with concrete by Maule. Salci Office: 3075 Noith Miami Ave.



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IDAY, TUNE 15. 1951 LEGAL NOTICE *Je*istrh>ridlian OF SALE OF BUSINESS I; IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal .• \\M \N has, MS of the 5th nine -\ l' 1*51, sold the busline AMERICAN DRY Hi.'K LVAGE COMPANY thai he conducting at No, 151 Not thmil River Drive, Miami, Mad. Florida, to WILBUR C li:s. i R win. w ill continue the less at tin 1 same address; JJION WAXMAN will nol bi III,], !',.i any and all debts Into the AMERICAN DRY AND SALVAGE COMPANY I' s.i id sale. I.\ WAXMAN, has llle allthorBemand, receive and settle for alms, and obligations due persiirned ami he will pay on Invoices or other notices, ^ui obligations owing bj the [MoN WAXMAN on account business up to and InIhe 4th day of June, A. D. SIMON' WAXMAN. T I. BLOOMBERG \ for American Dry Dock kge Company v 1...1.1 Building Florida 7/6 J|E CIRCUIT "COURT OF THE •JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN AND >ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 141703 •1DER OF PUBLICATION 1KT ANN MARTIN. Plaintiff. MARTIN, Defendant. IK IAIN MARTIN Jrth Carolina Avenue, S. E. nuiuii, 1>. C. i ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bill for Divorce has been filed It you and you are required 10 %  a copy of your Answer on the Iff's attorney, and file the orlgithe office Of the Clerk of the Court on or before the 11th July, 1951, in default of which III] ,,r Complaint win be taken jif, --. il against you til tins llth day of June. 1951. E. 1! LEATHERMAN, L> Clerk of the Circuit Couit BE J. TALIANOPP n foi Plaintiff ncoln Road Reai h, Florida, I i TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that ned, desiring to engage under the fictitious name KI.VI.I-: MANORS at TsJl and C Avenue, Miami Beach, intend t" register said name Clerk of th'' Circuit Court ol I' loi Ida. BENJAMIN MANN DAVID 81LVERMAN TALIANOPP Applicants. OF : J for 9 ;• I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rTl'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,'l. i-siirned, desiring to engage lass under the fictitious name V VISTA CLEANERS at 460S ith Ave, Miami, Florida, In• •-' si.-r said name with the f the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. MARGIE T. MEDINA Sole owner. Il JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 141600 INOTICE OF PUBLICATION IM:\ JANE SILVERMAN, Plaintiff, \ i l ; SILVERMAN, l icfendant. I RED J SILVERMAN North 51st Street Penns} Ivanla. MtKaHERBY NOTIFIED thai Complaint for Annulment %  • 'i against you, and you by required to serve a copy Answer t" the Bill of Coinilntlff's attorney, HARRY %  Lincoln Road, Miami i.. Florida, and file the original the i ifflce of the clerk of Court, mi or before the any ..f .inly, 1951. Otherwise the of said BUI <>f Complain! taken as confessed by you. TFJD this fith day of June, 1951, E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade county, Florida, f ALl By R. it. RICF:. JR.. iv ,,!" ., Deputy Clerk, Ri DIETZ, Esq. • H" "in Road ;• "each. Florida ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Florldlan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your Patronage and guarantee accurate service at | legal rates. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B 'DA. CN CHANCERY OK .,„... No. Hi 60: 19 Pted: this 8th day of Jui e, A, D fHIBATI K ,'; LE ATHERMAN. '• '• AI ) %  t of circuit Cuort 8/8-15-22-29 B5 R,CE % % %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 14160J ORDER OF PUBLICATION MARIi.N RAPPAPORT, Pla Miff, vs NATHAN RAPPAPORT, Defendant Tt. NATHAN RAPPAI'liRT Clinton Prison P. O. Box B Damemora, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of toinplmnt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copj of your Answer to the Mill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, and fill the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before the r.th day of July, 1951, otherwise, the allegations of said itiii of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 8th day of June. 1951 E, B. LEATHERMAN, (SEAL) Clerk • •! Circuit Court By R. II RICE, .11: Deputy Clerk. 1 J. Talianoff Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Floi 8 B-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the nidi %  gned, di --ii Ing to 1 In business under the fictitious 1 <.f ••CATHY and CO.," not Incorporated, at 306 Chambi • of 1 mmen e rig, Miami, Florida, Intend to 1 eglster said 1.. mi Ith 1 he Cli k of the Circuit Court of bade County, i l": Ida. J. J FR1EDE 1 • Ii • • 1 KASS, Pt'LLER .^ CULBREATH Attorney foi CATIIV and O 1. 6/15-22-29 T 8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d< siring to em in business under the fictitious name of Miami Webster Company, at 221 N. W. 38th Court, Miami, Ha.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida RORICRT S P.nRST. Sole Owner. I. R. MAYERS Attorne) for Applicant Ii: Congresi Building 6/15-22-29 7 6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF". CIRiTIT COl'RT OF Till". ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COl'N I'Y, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No, 111538 SOUTHEASTERN NATURAL HAS CORPORATION, Plaintlfl J 11. PENNINGTON and SALLIE PENNINOTON, his wife, et at, 1 lefend 1 I TO: J D, PENNINOTON and SALLIE PENNINGTON, hit wife: W F PESNINi ST< IN ind HELEN L. PENNINOTON, his wife: HELF:.N HENRICKSON and, I unknown si % %  nnd, If di ad, all unknown In legatees, grants B. I n dlti parties claiming by, through, under or against any or either "f the above named Defendants, ho an known to be dea < %  < %  "''' all i" rsons or pat ties othi having or claiming any right, title, claim or Interesi In and to the following described 1 ropi rty. iw : „. I,,, 11. Bloi k I, • r I;I:.\M>\ ii" %  \I:K .1 8 il d 1 Isl t to the Plal thei.of. recorded In Plal Book 5 nagi 58, ol the PUDII Records of Dade C< t> ty, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY VOTIFIEl thai a lull to quiet title I th. described properlj has 1 niea against you in the above entitled ause and you are hereb gerv, a copy ol your Answer 01 Pleading" to tne Bill ol 1 omp'Klnt on the Rial.it'll"attorni-ys, raitoi. silier. Abdo & Muiloy, 804 Infraham Building, Miami. Florida, and file he original of such Answer %  Inga with tin clerk of the ( %  ,.,„, on ".before the 9th dw of July. A. I. 1951: otherwise, a D. • Pro Confesso will be entered at y0 ThisTnotice shall be I "": each week for %  >ur ••',;,',','.: in THE JEWISH l'!."K'.i' w. I' \ii:i' this Ith da} "I June, A, 1 '•'"' %  E D. l.EATHERM VN. ... STOCKING, i ., ul 1 8-15-2S ^^__^ SEITLIN l COMPANY L. PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 I* N.I. In. T. MIAMI ." %  LEGAL NOTICE IN -ran'SS BY PU BLiCATION VIVIAN TOSCANO VK Tt'V-"\tlJ r r < ^") > %  i ^ %  %  %  %  • e Circuit be taki Dab day of \i 1 ,E B LEATHERMAN I ..i Court I'.,,:. %  it Court Si 1 By M C. FEIOE, MYERS, ,„,, MA ; A 01 %  j foi PI JM Seybokl Rulli Miami 32, Florida 6/1-8-11 ,,, N .? TICE BY PUBLICATION IN Till-. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. —IN CHANCERY, NO 141414. CHARLES GEORGE HAMES, I'laintlff, \s. ELLA HAMES, Defendant. TO ELLA HAMES, A i"i Lexington Ave. New York. NY. Tor are required to serve a copy t your answer to the bill of rom"plaint for divorce on plaint Iffi attorand to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court .a or before the 89 day of June. 1961; otherwise, the bill of plaint for divorce heretofore filed herein, will be taken .. onfi Bed by I Mil. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29 day of May, 1951 E. B, LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W STOCKING, I" MICHAEL M. ISF:NBERG Any. for Plaintiff 1407 Biscayne Bldg. Miami. Florida. 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCI'lT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR IN AND FOR I'AI'i: COl'NTY, I LOR1DA. IN CHANCERY, Ni 1. 141 1" JOSEPH DEUTSCH, Plalnl \> ELIZABETH DEUTSCH, 1 :'• ndai • TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH 993 'olunfbus Avei le New York City, New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill "f Complaint for Divorce hai bet n I net you, and you are required t" servi a "iy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorney, F'RANK E FREEMAN, 1521 Pan American Rank Building, Miami, Florida, and fill the orglnal in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court "ii or before the ii day of June. 1951, in default of which this Bill "f Complaint will be taken as confessed against you DATED thl 29 da> of May, 1951. %  :. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk -.f the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. FEIGE, 1 !lerk. •:/l-s-: LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai B '-'i. ii— Ing to et undet the fli litious • %  BF.NDIN LAUNDRY at 3378 N. W. ; li Ai n 11 M ami, Floi Ida, : MIM with the • 1 .. t Court of Dado 1 rida. ,. VLEX CHERNIN. I %  IKES ,v FRI8HMAN, foi Bendlx Laundry. -'.'-."1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE HI. KVKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1 LORIDA IN AND Fi iR DADE COl'NTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 192 AN OF; Li 1 II 1RCI1 >NE, Plaintiff, vs ISABELLA CORCIONE, Defendant. TO ISABELLA CORCIONE %  %  /•• Mrs. Tlllle Ravell 5, Ramsy Avenue Yonkers, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED • for divorce has been filed agalnsl you and you arc required to sei V,a i.py of >i.manswer 1 lull upon plaintiffs attorney, and file thi original with the Clerk of the circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida, mi nr before the 80th day of June, 1951; oth.-rwi-e said bill of complaint will I... taken as confessed by you, DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1 day of June. 1951, E, B. LEATHERMAN, clerk circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (Circuit Courl Seal 1 By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy clerk. NORMAN R LYONS, F:so. 910-12 Olympla Hidg. Miami, Florida 6/8-U-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY at Dade County, F'lorida inten^ to register said name with tthe Clerrof the circuit Courl of Dade County, LOUIS SILVERMAN PETE SILVERMAN SAM SILVERMAN and ALBERT BLEICH 1 'o-Partners MARX M. FABER, Any. 112 Congress Bldg. 6/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ihal the undersigned, desiring to engage Iness under the fiotltlous nam< of DOC'S PARKING LOT, II" IV, I", gli Stn et, Miami, Florida, Intends t" register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dadi Florida. isi: lEL elliOT-SKY, s le 1 twner. MYERS, HE1MAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant, Seybold Building, C -15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK E IS 111 :t : 1 :i %  V GIVEN %  f lot It ions :ST FINANCF: co of th C • %  f Dadi HER BERMAN MILTON R M VNNHEIMER • Esther Herman IL'H I.ln R v 5-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagt in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA HOME at 5925 N.W. 22nd Ave intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOPKINS PUBLICATIONS DAVID SHUBOW 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that mderslgned. deslrins lo 1 in busine-s under the fiotll .., .; %  ii. |i il %  %  Collins ,. Mim mend to re. %  lit Court 01 tv. F M \N •:! 'OMAN HENRI FESS1 : R HARRY DIETZ Kttorne; for Apnll 1 ::'. I It 1 111 Ri I 8/1-S-l NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TUT COUNTY JUDGE'S COl'RT IN \NP FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, NO In Ri ESTATE OF ^ ,-n,. 1 ; %  OWEN, D. %  '„ To A d All Persons Hav%  • .... %  x ...-I • of ETHEL D. OWEN, MYERS. HBIMAN .< %  KAPLAN Bi Louis Helman Attorneys for Executor 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO MARTHA IPKFJN, c/o MRS. MARTHA RICHTER P \., ri ui Pai ,111111s. New Jersej I 1 are 1 otlfled that a Rill "f Complaint for Divorce has been filed -r you in the 1 "ircult Cou lit of Florida, Coun ty, Cha cerj So 141 Thnrwald Ipsen a/k/n Tommy l| hen by required to serve a mswer on Mordi 1 N tlff'i Attorney, 420 L 1 Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file || answer 111 • of said Courl on or before June said Bill will be taki n at ed bj you. p.,ted: May 24, 1951, E 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk C. Ct. I iurt Seal! By M. C. FEIGE, D.C. 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'Tci: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TREASURE ISLE COURT, at 1865 North Bu; Causeway, Town of Ninth Bay Village, Miami Beach, F'ln. Intends to register said name with the Cli rk "f the circuit Court "f Dade K:.,I Ida. BENBOW REALTY CO. By: %  In Ing Grei nfield, President GENET & GENET .\i toi nes s for BENBOW REALTY CO. .-./J.'i Ii 1-s-l'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nn'l ici. is HEREBY GIVEN %  1 I,, engage In business under th.fictitious name ,,f MIAMI I'l.ASTIC WARE CO at 608 Lang-ford Building, Miami. Flord name with the Clerk d the Circuit 1 ..f Dade Count>, Florida. ESTFIER BERMAN MILTON R MANNHEIMER •,,1 Esther Herman |l LI "" Read. Ml en. Be h, Fl '• IS-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ',i\ :\ 1 di 1 %  • n busl 11 ss under the fli tltloiif of THE B VSKET SHOP, at 1622 Al%  11 Ro id -Miami R.a.h. I %  i,. register Mid name with tht ..f the circuit Court of 1 ad • HARRY' ERLANGER JO.^ORH UARKO Attorney for Owner 914 Seybold Uldg. 5/25 6/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE NO 26086. In Re: ESTATE I >F LEON FREED, Deceased, and All Person Hav' .urns or 1 ii in., mis Age %  1 said 1, %  Y .mil each of \ mi, R re d and required to piesei I any and demands which rou plther of you, may have against the) of LE" IN I-'I:I:I:I 1, ri .d f 1 l-'l South Miami Avei Ml ami, K.uU' County, Florida, to the Ho u 1 %  Blanton, 1 'ounty Ju Igc "i "mniy, and file the ime In hioffice in the County Cou thousi In 1 ade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publica hereof. Bald or demands to contain tbe legal address of the claimant and tn be SWIM n to and pr< sented as afori ild, 01 same will be barred, See h'ectl in 120> of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May ISth, A.D. 1951, /s/ MAE s FREED As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of LEON FREED, eased MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN 656 Be} bold Bi tiding. Miami, Florida Attorneys for Executrix 5/2B 6/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TIIK CRCCIT COCRT OF' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT" OF I'LORIDA, IN AND F'oR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO 141246. RAIL R RONAN. I'laintlff, VS. EVELYN L. RONAN. Defendant. To: EVELYN L. RONAN, c/o Walter Bosse, Onaga, Kansas rou are required to serve a copy or your answer to the Bill "f Complain! for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, anrl to file the original answer in tho office nf the Clerk of HiCircuit Court on or before the ^1 day of June, A.D, 1911; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the* 21st day of May, itsi. !•:. 1: LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (Circuit court Seal) By WM. W, STOCKING Deputy Clerk, MLTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, s, \ ln'lil Bldg., Miami. Finn.la 5/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT cofllT OF Till-: EIJ5VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT n|' FLORIDA IN AND FY)R DADI-: COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO 111223. CHARLES SKoDA. Plaintiff, vs I 'i U.1ITHY SKI iDA. Defet I 1 SUIT FUR DIVORCE TO: DOROTHY SKODA Grant street Wayne, New Jersey Y< HI are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are rered to servi a copy of your Answer in Pleading to the Bill or Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Stanley D. Caidin, 74S Seybold Building, Miami, F'la., and file the original Answer >nPleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 day of June, 1951. If you fail to do HO, judgment by default will be taken against you for ih. relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published OnCtt each week for four consecutive weekt* ;n TI1K JEWISH F"I,OR!DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this ^'1 day of May, A. D. E. i:. LEATHERMAN, 1, %  k, Cirult Court. Dade County, Florida. ill Courl Seal) By WM, W, STOCKING, Deputj C STANLEY D. CAIDIN, -1\ Bi J bold Building Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5/25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name 01 rropli al Vendors at Ml 8. W. 53rd Ct., Miami. I-'la., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida EDWARD HARELIK. Bole 1 r m r. • 25 6/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring "to engage .11 business under the fictitious name of FINE ARTS STUDIOS at 901 B.W 27th Avenue. Miami. F'la. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLEY FELDMAN 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No ; 258. ALBERT K PARENT, Plaintiff, vs-. DOROTHY ••• 1 %  !. .,1 Miami. Florida, this of M : 151, E, P LEATHERMAN, 1". ill 1 lout t. ill Courl Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. 1 leputy • BMANUEL LEVEN80N, \itv for Plaintiff. HOT Biscayne lildg.. Miami, Florida. 5/25 6/1-8-15



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FRIDAY, TUNE 15. 1951 rsonally Speaking .7 Irs. Esther Landau. 1010 9th Street, Miami Beach left fday for Bellerose. Long Island, where she will visit her daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, one of whom [will see for the first time. Mrs. Landau will remain in the fcr a month. lr. and Mrs. Max Meisel are flying to the Pacific coast for snth's tour of various libraries in which Mr. Meisel is inked. He has also been invited to attend the 75th annual trersary meeting of the American Library Association in jgo. )on. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ablin, was recently gradfrom Choate School cum laude and is entering Harvard lersity. Irlyne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel, was grad' from Stephens College in Missouri. JMis. Fredric Rosenthal and her children Vickie and Alan Ion are leaving for a trip to New York where they will v/ith their relatives and friends. Mr. Rosenthal will join later. VIrs. Celia Landy, of 136—6th Street, will leave Miami ch for New York where she will spend several months. ]e there she will attend the wedding of her niece %  %  %  I Early vacation arrivals at Duncraggin Inn. HendersonY N. C, include Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky. Mrs. Elliot Pearl son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbrun, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Iczer. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Benjamin and Mr. Arthur Epstein. [Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess accompanied by their son [and daughter Louise, left this week for a visit with friends relatives in New York. Jay, talented young pianist, will attend Julliard School of Music where he will take courses ^eybcard harmony and improvisation. Mrs. Hess will take advanced teachers' course at Julliard. 'the Hess family de at 2190 S.W. 10th Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boskind, of 6045 S. W. 8th Street, will id the next six months touring Canada, Nova Scotia, YelJstone National Park and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will celebrate their third wedar.niversary on Wednesday evening, June 20 at a dinner &y at the reopening of Alan Gale's Celebrity Club. Mrs. Soltz tie newly elected president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter B'nai B'rith Women. She is also secretary of the Southern ^ion of Junior Hadassah and co-chairman of the forthcomSouthern Regional Conference to be held in Miami Beach br Labor Day weekend. Making plans for a five-week soiourn in Israel are Mr. Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, who will fly to the Jewish state [June 24. During their stay, they will accept invitations to ft Mrs. Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor, and Yaacov Geri, lister of Trade and Industry. + Members of the Flaqler-Granada Jewish Center have lied the northward vacation trek. Among them are Mr. and I. Rubinstein, 4046 N. E. 4th Street, who have gone to Bton to visit their children and grandchildren. They expect [return about September 1st Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zaker, S. W. 48th Avenue are in Newark, New Jersey, where fy will witness the college graduation of their grandchild • Boston is the vacation spot for Mr. and Mrs. A. Glazer, 55 S. W. 3rd Street. The Glazers will also spend time in New rk Mr. and Mrs. B. Gomberg, 420 N. W. 32nd Avenue, also going to Massachusetts and will visit their children grandchildren in the city of Dorchester The bar Itzvah of their grandson will be the highlight of the New brk visit of Mr. and Mrs. B. Sellman, 330 S. W. 55th Court nother Miamian spending her vacation in New York is Mrs. Wexler, 4600 S. W. 1st Street ... Mr. and Mrs. J. Sratkin, 4371 S. W. 1st Street, are visiting their family in Brooklyn. PI BLIC AlWOriWKMKXT Jewish fhrij/am Schatzman Bar Mitzvah PAGE 7 A Arnold Dennis Schatzman Arnold Dennis Shatzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Schatzman, 1375 S. W. 18th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 16, at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. The young man is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School. His maternal grand-parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rayvis of this city. The Sehatzmans will be hosts at a Kiddish reception at Beth David following the services and will honor their son at a reception at home on Sunday afternoon. Sachs Bar Mitzvah Personally Speaking Mrs Fredric Rosenthal and children, Vickie and Alan Morton, left this week for a vacation in New York with their, relatives and friends. Mr. Rosenthal will join them later •* Mrs. Celia Landy, 137 6th Street is visiting in New York where she went to attend the weddinq of a neice. She expecta to remain in the north for several months. + Mr. and Mrs. S Lauer, 1608 Drexel Avenue, and their daughter Bobby left last week for New York. Bobby who graduated from Miami Beach High School this month, will enter New York University in the fall. She will spend thesummer as a counselor at Camp Eton, Rhinebeck, New York, while her parents remain in Brooklyn. Leaving this week fcr Brooklyn to attend the wedding of her niece is Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 1403 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach. + Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sussman and son, Bobby, of Houston, Texas, are visitinq Mr. Sussman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sussman, 1530 West Avenue, Miami Beach. i Mr. and Mrs. J. Stratkin. 4371 S.W. 1st Street, are en route to Brooklyn where they will spend a vacation with their family. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell, 560 S.W. 9th Street, announce the birth of a daughter, Cheryl Sue, on May 30 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Leaving for New York where he will visit his family U' Mr. H. Wexler of 4600 S.W. 1st Street. Benjamin Meyers is leaving this weekend for New York: and Connecticut fcr a three-week stay. Al Berman and his daughter. Rhoda P. Berman, 1427 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, are leaving for New York. Rhoda. will spend the summer in the North with relatives. -fc Mr. and Mrs. David Issenberg and son, Henry, left th:3 week for a vacation in the North. Stopovers are scheduled for Washington, D. C, and Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Dr. and Mrs. Marc Pepper left Wednesday for a week's sojourn in New York -fc Pfc. Sanford M. Ofsowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz. 1738 S. W. 9th Street, is stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. He completed his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base and is now being trained as a medical technician. A graduate of Miami High School, Ofsowitz attended the University of Miami for a year prior to joining ths service. Leaving this weekend for a two-week stay in Mexico are Miami Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erlanger and Mr. and Mrs. Joseoh Pardo. In Mexico City, they will join Mr. and Mrs. Fred Atlas, also of Miami Beach. The three couples plan to do their sight-seeing togethei and will alsa tour neighboring villages. We are happy to realize that the unfortunate incident on the night of June 5th will only cause a slight delay in th plans of our Congregation. We are pleased that there is no ill feeling involved and there exists a wonderful cooperative spirit in the community. Plans are continuing as scheduled so that our place oi worship may be completed for the High Holy Days. W e appreciate the many phone calls and continue to invite all offers of help. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER (Northside Jewish Center) 6500 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla. 9EORGE J. WEISBAUM, Pres. 5240 N. E. 3rd Court I hone 89-5520 HAROLD ROBIN 1st Vice-Pres. M31 N. W. 1st Court Phone 78-4274 [ &f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f&f&f&f&f &f &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f X &f &f &f &f &f &f &f &f ? &f Melvin S. Sachs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sachs. 3070 N. W 1st Street, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 16, at the Israelite Center. 3198 b. \V 24th Terrace, with Rabbi Abraham Sachs officiating. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 25—NUMBER 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 15, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS Bond-Selling Competition led To Spark Summer Sales r summer competition (•wish organizations in Bond drive were comU w< ek at two meetfu Council of Organizahc Greater Miami CornBonds of Israel Govwill be given to the or|i selling the most Israel Dm June 11 until October the group selling the dollar value in bonds. %  ions will be handicapirdmg to their memberJWB Head Sees Jewish Centers In Record Expansion YORK —A record exNEW Center, $1,050; Miami Hebrew School and Congregation $950 %  Pension tor Jewish Community Temple Israel, $950: and Temple 9 enters throughout the United Emanuel of Fort Lauderdale Sta,es in terms of facilities, ag$1,000. gregate membership, and attend Totals from other temples and ance ''' Center activities was synagogues were not available at nole d by Irving Edison, presithe meetings. "ane ol the National Jewish Wel"Wc must not allow the Israel fare B "' il d n law, >t would call ,, the Federal Government to >cessary funds. A National Action Conference of the United Jewish Appeal held at the Palirer House in Chicago on Saturday evening. May 26. and all day Sunday. May 27. mapped American Jewry's next moves for the rescue and transfer to Israel of tens of thousands of Jews from Eastern European and Moslem lands. To speed the transfer to Israel of Jews like those shown in the adjacent photos, the UJA requires the full mobilization of American Jews behind community campaigns. Young newcomer to Israel 1 above ), shown wilh nurse, is one of 11.000 brought from Roumania since January. 1951. while immigrant at right is among those brouqht to safety from Iraq with the help of the UJA. The UJA supports the United Palestine Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee, United Service for New Americans. Israel Resumes Huleh Drainage provide th, nee Soviet Officials To Return Jewish Property BERLIN JTA)The Soviet authorities were reported to be ready to return to the Jewish Sunity in East Berhr. Jewish communal property lewdja the Nazi regime. The property nvolvi Claims Czech Jews Have Received Restitution r—"^ % %  <" "' VIENNA (JTA 1—Father Josef I A view of the damage caused by a dynamite explosion in the P i ojh aV, Czech Minwter of Health C?tf** -••* *-* **£? *££* ^Tuesday, who to vis. W £^ lo a vakia have received full restitution for : damages suffered under the i Nazis. Arenue. The blast, which occurred on Tui^ •e 5. around 10 p.m.. ripped a hole more than a loot a y "ly three feel wid. in thTreinforced concrete %  & ><*.* %  u n m ly the wall was damaged and long crack. "••" '"* h ^"floor, concrete blocks, several of which were scattered on tne JERUSALEM 'JTA, — Israel resumed work on the Huleh swamp drainage project in th< Israeli section ol tne d< mil ized zone, in accordance with a decision of the United Nations authorities here, announced during the weekend by Gen William E. Riley. U. N. Chief of Staff. No incidents were rep .ted. Gen. Riley also announced that he will continue investigations With a view to concluding ar, rangem'ents w ith the Arab owners of 'he seven-acres of land } affected by the drainage project %  to accept compensation or exchange their present holdings for other land in the demilitarized zone. If agreement with the Arab landowners cannot be cached. Gen. Riley may find it necessary to seek further instructions from the U. N. Security Council. The Arab newspaper Adifaa, published in the Arab-held Old City of Jerusalem, has reported that the Syrian government sent •;, tPlegram t 1 its represents LVI at the United Nations in New Vork instructing him to pi the decision authorizing I • %  sum %  % %  : •' : the Hul( The id that the Syrain repthe United Natii nj that his eminent does not accept the decision. Officials of the U. N. truce commission, meanwhile, today continued interviewing Arabs transferred out of the demilitarized zone in the Huleh area by thi Israel government, to ascertain wheth 1 th y wish to return to their former homes. The int er vi w are being conducted without the presence of Israel Army or police officere. The Israel | >nt lias agreed t'> this procedure. Gi ii. Riley today designated Col. Samuel G. Taxis, an American, as chairman of the SyrianIsraeli Mixed Armistice Commission. He announced the appointment after consultations with officials of the governments of Israel and Syria. Col. Taxis replaces the French chairman of the Armistice Commission wh.i e handling of the Syrian-Israeli dispute was bitterly criticized by the Israelis. It was also announced by the U. N. Triue Commission today that after more than 31 years of service, Gen. Riley has, at his request, been placed on th.' re tired list of the United States Marine Corps He was retired with the rank of Lieutenant-General, but is Subject tO recall to rat-, by the Pn sident. At hi % % %  ntinuc in his N chwf SI • U. N 1 rters hen Helgei Andi the 1 1 nciliation ( or : ti day in Beirut, one nf the first stops in his courtesy trip which will Lring hin. into personal contact with the highest ranking government officials and with United Nations organs in the Middle East.



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)AY. JUNE 15. 1951 L EGAL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW flcE IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  r.-mncii. dealrlng i<. cncncf ss under the flctltloui name SHrl'RITY CON8TRUCTII IN •ANY (Not Inc.) at 2204 B.W. Miami, l-'la. Int. -ml t.i rejtUHI name with the Clerk n tin. Plain [attorney, and t" file the original n the office of the Clerk of ilrcuil Courl in anil for Dade jr.. l lorlda m or befooe the isth M July, 1951: otherwise the HIM pmplalnl filed herein will be J mfessed i>y you. |Ti:i> at .Mfami, Florida, thin nth r f June. 1851. E. B. UKATHKHMAN. Clerk Circuit Court I'.y W'M. \V. ST(K'KI\n. |nu Court Deputy Clerk. U> all I \N R. LYONS Mympia Bids. Florida \ |ney for Plaintiff 2--'* 7/6 Obituaries ^*>M%Ma/? .HERMAN vur\c HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA COMMON LAW No. 25417-D NOTICE TO APPEAR |Zi i VBBi i.VDAND' >l ". il.-., R, ABBON DANDOLO, Plaintiff I \ \i OANYARD, Defendant \ \\li: OF THE STATE I • I. r B lhal the law in such i providi il hat h in the ab n tltled of which -.•:•! i pa 'as %  • forth ii. i. in, • %  RENZi < ABBl IN i" ,i Notice to ai I to ; ou, tli.I lefe idant, ES.\i IM.NYARI I, rHKRKKoRE-, YOU, B8.'. \ \l fl VNYARD, tbi Defendnhoee age resident of the Stati i %  :' • hereby notified, o %  .i to file your appi ai an< i %  I I I i lmi:on or !th day Of July. 1851, Ii s default win be nten d you. ii.it ire of said cause or proi i against you Is a suit for real mission instituted by atThe description of the real %  rocei ded against is: in Bliii-k 1"" Nnl'.TII. JADE COUNTY, CITY OF MlVII, FLORIDA, as set out in Public records of l>ade County, "' !, la, commonly known as the "I'.T KNOX HDTrn., together Ii the furnishings therein c<>uis further ordered that this Order ',, .1 once a week for 4 eonllve weeks In The Jewish Flori newspaper published In said Uliu and State. ITNKSS my hand and Official of this Court, this 13th day of 1051 I. B. LEATHERMAN, Cleik Dads Count) circuit c,,urt % %  \V.\I. \V STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. % KM VN R LYONS I %  lllclK. Florida • for Plaintiff l 7 ii SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. SUMMER TRAVEL FLY TO IMEXICO FARR Travel Service 2315 Collins Avenue Phone 5-5327 DANCE and BAR-B-CUE Patio of Kingston Hotel Saturday at 8 P. M. All Proceeds to HEBREW ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Donation $1.50 Beai h; on, York; one nick, Si M conduct! 'l Rlvi Alt. Nebo, Ubert, New i i M Sar h R ibl !. %  m Ki it Miami I Intel n %  KORMAN FELLMAN 5 8, f ? 15 w ton AM ... ,; >ears ago iron ( ,< .. ., ., npartmi nl house .,,,., n s wife, faith: four brother* New fork, c I' Fl'ink',:',''' "& '• Alfred l ; 1 ^. "^111, Michigan, Mrs ^i&rSoTa "a^d M'rV MoHty^'Wam ^fi Va^Rabbi .,, \ .: ,,Un "" f 0 "' led services ,, JACi< KRASNICK Avenue, passed v ,; %  '' %  H came here 5 ago it..-, N,„ Yo rh C |, y H,. leaves a broth !" %  V"\, % %  Mn Til id Mrs, : %  of Brooklyn "' • held In Miami Beach ted bj Rabbi Most %  Jj] "h" inurnn nl took plai i .. ISIDORE DIAMOND Street, who in h -,. • .in Sew York City, PAGE }l A passed away June 5th, He was a novelty jeweler, surviving are his wld' 1 'V'',K' : '''", '' : %  ""•• """• Chartes; one Brother, Louis; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Rubin .md Mrs, Mary Cohen The • nl to New y,,,k city • n ces and Intermenl by Miami Beai ii UP. erslde. JOSEPH STEINBERG 71, of 662] Allison Road, passed away in a local hospital June :.th. He came neri two years ago and was a rei %  %  >• Ii manufacturer. He Nay,.-, inBetty WeUen Steinberg and three son-, Isldor, .lack and Abraham: daughters, Ullian Kosloskv, ; %  %  Rol id .luditii Seiman: a stepson, Samuel Bernkraut and seven grandchildren The remains were ... m :.. Se V'ork for -• i \ lei and Intermenl b> Beach Mem..rial Chapel, 185 Alton Road THERESA NATHAN so, of 1M1 Euclid Avenue, a awaj in a local hospital on the 5th She is survived by a daughter, Oertrude Brenner, Miami Beach; a ion, Albert Nathan. ..I" Jackson Heights, I.. 1. The remains were sent to Sew York for .-cry ices and interment li> Beach Memorial Chanel. 1850 Alton Road. Typical of the development of new industries in Israel, which will be speeded by funds derived from the 8500.000,000 State of Israel Bond issue, is the electric light buiii factory recently established in Nathanya. • \ ROYAL 4900 N.W. 2nd AVE • 'Tint "MOQl Wlrr !<}), *0Tc 15SJ" -' \ ^ -1 Astounding Celebration r^SALE ROYAl fTiwiti CONTBNUED GIGA! ON YOUR OLD TIRES $Up&L SpStOJKi WHITEWALL Reg. Price 33.41 Sale Price $23.56 650 x 16 U. S. Roya:s I • Plu. T — r.ichnel %  i HO*' .*" V ,u* **' ** M4 Hi •6 on U. S. QUALITY BATTERY $098 i Only GROUP I EXCHANGE %yy ,^ U.S. ROYAL NYLON LIFE TUBE For Life Projection i %  GENUINE 0. S. ROYAL FACTORY TYPE FULLCAPS Only 600 x 16 Exchange BUDGET TERMS STRONG ENOUGH TO SUPPORT YOUR CAR WITHOUT TIRES SEE THEM AT ANY OF OUR STORES ROYAL I MIAMI 3IIAMI BEACH



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PAGE 10 A +Jewlsi>nor*J**r) FRIDAY to* i Coral Gables To Dedicate House of Worship Sunday Aften JEWISH CENTER YOUTH CENTER GROUND BREAKING ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER Zamora Men's Club Inaugurates Youth Center Project A. J. Maloff, president of Zai Jewish Cent< i ports that • well pleased with the f the ) ect : the Zam >ra Jew' —the pr • • buildind furnishing a youth i ter for members' children and childn n if their friends. S. Perlstein, president of the Menjs Club, is now "carrying the ball" and accoiding t< Perlstein, a completi been outlined for thi rapid conclusion f tl enti Plans have been mad.for obt. mine athletic equipment us craft supplies and tools. Several thoughts and plans acI %  to i'c :, tl in, have been : and are in a p. •/•(I and polished :: Tl %  vital -tops in tins proare tho! : an ying on a a ter building in teai bine participation '.and learning the : various craft tools n the .' hand? in the Graphic arts A. J. MALOFF. MRS L. FRIEDMAN ZAMORADedication Ceremonies Sunday 2:30 P. M. At 44 Zamora Avenue On Sunday. June 17, Center will be dedicated. at 2:30 p. m.. the new Zamora A dedication of a building, but more so ledication of the fulfillment and achievement of a worthy and sincere project. Long after this building is dedicated, it will be remembered by its members and its friends ; a symb 1 of love toward each other in humanitv and the desire to have—to have a m. eting place for worship, to have a meeting place for the character-building of younsteis and to have a worthy and social gatherings for all members, friends of all denominations. About ting place for their families and Nursery And Sunday Schools In Full Swing Mrs. L. Friedman, president of the Women'Sist. rh d ol the %  Ci Iti :. advises '.the Sist : :a i this Ming activeh participating in a program originated and dist jssed on th,firsl day <,f the und breaking i .,) May 2(i. 1950. This was thi ; .,, main•' %  the little •"• : ; %  im of : im yi ungsters Jewish I and Ji igion, a rj is • edman furl th .at t: i ...i has Successful to the point 1 interesl i and have ; ttended t:,. ith thi children. T „ ,.„..„_ ie ''' -a spirit ,,l "belonging." And it i s a happy up of children today that is looking forward t, their own Youth Center. Fuither reporting on the work being done by the sisterhood, Mrs. Friedman states there is much more to be done by the sisterhood in the program regarding their children and their friends' children. However, the program has been very rapid and it seems that the entire program is rounding itself into a definite purpose of making the children j better men and women. 18 months ago a group of people living in the vicinity ol (.oral Gables met during a social of conversation several present function and in the course expressed their dislike for the lack of a youth center, a lack of a place to worhip and a M meet in the immediate vicinity of their homes. The people; were accustomed to having these things in their i-:.T..T.uni:j.IJ were also accustomed to participating in programcf Jewish Jewish tUfal evcnts> social activities and religious worship. They mi people accustomed to assisting in the development and building of their children and their friends' children. De as these are a strong incentive to create something .nd it watM after this that the small group of Jewish people organized thus* under the name of the First Jewish C.' :C.,:G.: With the beginning of organizing under a narr.t I tion began to work and work hard. The realization was thm* ; the needs were great and especially the financial needs. IV* nances were meager and prospects bleak. Du:ing these tryinjW of stress and worry, the congregation realized that every* %  problems and worries. But, the congregation began meetw?-*j ing in a rented hall and using whatever material • %  '• conduct services and to spiritually express their desire tola*' develop themselves and their friends and to build sometha their own. Naturally there were headaches. Naturally there wereds*l ments. Above all, however, there was a lot of hard work.Il*j : this work o n the part of the members thai gradually *j| headaches and disagreements. It was this hard work which W help; help from the members; help from friends individually collectively. It is true that everyone loves a worker and J that everyone loves a person trying to help himself. It is t* cause help was received not only from Jewish inends. but non-Jewish groups, which enabled the First Jewish CongBJJ of Coral Gables to realize a miracle; the miracle < ; being build then own place of worship and the miracle cf being' build their own youth center. And so the dedication of the Zamora Jewish Center the dedication of a new and worthy buildini the dejW the opening of a road to teach, to worship and .1 the Co: Judge president Zionist Distri Ground breaking of lhe Zamora Jewish r.„.. 1950. then Mayor Keith Phillips. A. J Maloff Catsman. active patron. on May 20, president; Philip Ben EHU TO Make Prliicl. \s: City Officials Exp^ A roster of local dignitaries will tians am hignlight the dedication ceremonies of the Zamora Jewish Center on Sunday, June 1". The exercises will begin at 2:30 P. m. and will open with a welcome addraaa by Abe J. Maloff, president of the Zamora Jewish Center. T'ie invocation will be given by Rabbi A. Cassel. Introduction of guests will be made by Dr. Seymour BlumenJhal Speakers will include W. Keith Phillips, Coral Gables Commissioner; Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president. Univer"ty of Miami and president of I I Gables; J %  ;, W| ident i ney and vi • %  ice Jewish v ,. hi m Prin. JTtokSl noon will b. made Ml lanu Je' president I munity Center. „.i;i be 1 Musical -''--'"foam. The key %  j h ^**fl M, Center will De ^ d*| Maloff by Murray^ • w... !" .^ .ciav. pstron. F ^ ,f Miami "and president of Maloff by Murray-> C~~„L D I I l"\. %w N ^nal Round Table of Chrisman of t!u bu.ld.ng Speeches By Local D.gn.taries Will Highlight Zamora Exercis*


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i^^wiislbJEIliDiPiidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1951 SEC. B 3* The youngsters at the Shelborne Hotel's cabana club marked j Day. Thursday, Jun 14. by building a hill and placing a on it a la Iwo Jirr,a. Jerry Rubinowitz. student at the HeAcademy, is flag bearer. Flanking him are Larry Lewis Donald Sussman. jler Granada Women To Present mil Variety Show Saturday NUe Women's Activities Com, choral Groups will be featured of the Flagler-Granada Community Center will jit its second annual variety show, "Melody and Mirth" at the center building, 50 N. W. 51st Place on Saturday. June 16, at 8:30 p. m. in "Ballad for Americans," under the direction of Robert Strassberg. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, will be soloist with the choral groups. Dorothy Roth, Sophie Cordoza and Mrs. Wynne Lapin will also appear. Proceeds from the affair will go towards the completion of the Ray Miche.l.' cen t er building, song stylist, will Ben-Gurion Urges Bond Drive Support In Farewell Speech In a farewell statement to the : I •• nited Stati s, Prime ter David Ben-Gurion emphasized the importance of the State ol Israel Bond Issue and the united Jewish Appeal for the future economic development of the new democracy and for the immigration and settlement of numbers of Jews from lands ol oppression. Recalling the decisions which were made at a Jerusalem conference last September convened by the Prime Minister for a consideration of a three-year economicdevelopment program for Israel, Mr. Ben-Gurion called tor the fullest support of the Israel I Bond Issue and the United JewI ish Appeal as basic elements in : a four-point program which also included private investments and j international grants-in-aid. "I feel confident that the true i friends of Israel will give their whole-hearted support to both the United Jewish Appeal and to the Bond Issue, recognizing that both are phases of the same essential objective," the Prime Minister said. Mr. Ben-Gurion paid tribute to the leaders of the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond Drive, adding that he was greatly encouraged by the results which both have achieved thus far. He said that while the United Jewish Appeal was essential for the support of immigration and the initial care of t he newcomers, the $500,000,000 Israel Bond Issue was vital to help Israel achieve economic independence. He expressed his appreciation to Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Chairman of its Board of Governors and Henry Montor its 1 Vice-President fo r their leaderl ship of the Israel Bond Drive and to Edward M. M. Warburg, General Chairman, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. Executive Vice-Chairman, for their leadership of the United Jewish Appeal campaign. Dr. Lytton Leads New Zionist Unit The newly-formed Israel Zionist District of Miami Beach was issued its charter on June 8 at the request of almost 100 members .jf ZOA. announced Dr. Sidney Marks, executive secretary of ZOA. Dr. Louis G. Lytton was lo< ted as the Coup's first president. with Saul Genet, S. A. Goodman, Fred Jonas and Dr. Herman Machlowilz as vice presidents. Financial secretary is Harry J. Sonz; recording secretary, Philip Salmon; corresponding secretary. David Goodman; treasurer. Alex Van Straatenand chairman of the board of directors, Seymour B. Liebman. The district has announced that Liebman. who is leaving shortly with his wife on a trip to Israel, will make a study of economic conditions there, and will investigate the advisability of certain projects. DR. LOUIS LYTTON N. Y. Otologist Lectures In Israel Dr. Samuel Rosen, Associate Otologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, has accepted an invitation from the Israel Government to visit that country for University College of Medicine, Dr. Rosen has been on the staff of Mount Sinai Hospital since 1925. He has contributed to improving the delicate fenestration operation for deafness. For the a tour of lectures and guest op| p £? t five years he has been de veloping new procedures in the erations under the sponsorship of the Otolaryngological Society, it was announced this week. He left on the Queen Elizabeth, June 7. Dr. Rosen, who had developed a new surgical technique in treating deafness, vertigo and ear noises, was invited by the Israel Ministry of Health, to "help us raise our standards of special surgery in this country, so that we can compete in all fairness with the more advanced of civilized countries." treatment of meniere's disease, where the patient suffers from severe vertigo, ear noises and deafness. On his tour of the medical centers in Israel, Dr. Rosen will lecture, operate upon afflicted patients, and teach the surgical technique. In addition to his Mt. Sinai post, Dr. Rosen is a member of the American Otological Society, the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, and a fellow of the New A graduate of the Syracuse York Academy of Medicine. serve as master of ceremonies. Mrs. James E. Segal, chairman, announces that %  ;u the Flagler-Gra:i Springs-Hialeah Not Tell Source py Yarns, Judge i In Lyons' Case %  v.' YORK (AJP)—Jewish m~ nard Lyons, facing t l i il term this week. two-month-old fight iling the sources of f i he reported concerni .' ..torn bomb spy Judge Goddard ruled ised by Lyons were lit to efforts by Mrs. %  erg's attorney to ; being transfered tu n's House of Detention ''that the death dc U nli signed to "make her Ion ruled that newspaper lents, under normal B, Bhould a n s w e ; questions in a court '•'•' %  In the Lyons' case. howJudge Goddard ruled, the f had no bearing on Mrs. 1 g's petition. r-ns had reported that Mrs. might escape the elec!" i if she cooperated with ithoities. He contended '-paperman enjoyed the >i B doctor, nurse, or gyman in refusing to divulge 1 of information. 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JUNE 15, 1951 Kvfc League lls Officers fcouthwest Civic League installed its new slate r.s last week at Lebanon ax Friedson succeeded I. jff as president. officers seated were R, Lyons, first vice Jt; Ed Moore, second vice |it: Mrs. John Lake, third If ii nt; Leo Landis, [ Mrs. Ethel Wagner, fiand i xecutive secretary; t. Lillian Smulson, i-ecord: speakers at the cerepi i B. D. Boson and fori Commissioner R. C. |r. ii,. meetings are held the day of each month. [>f the group's objectives purement of storm sewers, treet lighting, removal of tracks from the Southaction, better bus transtn. better county school medical school in Dade and a community house Si uthwest area. ried Unveiling cation of a monument to emoiv of the late Jennie I. formerly of 1530 West e. Miami Beach, will take Sunday, June 17 at 10 a.m. lunt Nebo Cemetery with L 'i Kronish officiating. d is survived by her \d, Julius; two daughters, Phillips and Ernestine i sister, Rose; and three is. Ernest, Julius and Alk.r:: ngi ments are in charge Miami Monument ii: ii nds and i elatives f attend, *JewistFhridiaw PAGE 5 B ie Morris To Speak fuit Judge Joe M. Morris bi must speaker at the ting of the Israelite on Tuesday June 19, at at the center building, s w. 24th Terrace. The er will be introduced by Commissioner Louie —Kay.,v Moldan Nelson Appointed Bay Harbor Judge The town council of Bay Harbor Island, island community north of Miami Beach.. Theodore R. Nelson as judge at a council meeting held Monday evening. Also appointed -,• ie] P. Fletcht r, Sui I The two judges will ncurrently and alternate n bench judges. Judge Nelson, a Miami itl ney, is a long-time dent wlio has been civic affairs. He reci grees from the Univ. '. Florida and Miami and has ticed in this community for two years. H and 20sses in Hialeah will not beI gin until July lf> due t i construction work at the Benny Babcock pool. The starting date for adult beginners is tentatively set for June18 from 7:30 p. m. until 9 p. m. at th V Man and Curtis P pools. During the month of June, only child and adult wil] be trained, but that, Instruction will be [inni inti rnn dn n ers, junior instruction i.free, but so ike nominal 11 : pool use. In ad. Red 1 \ ides instructors for the YMCA day camp, %  • camp and the Lend-a-hand camp program. Beach Lodge Slates Americanism Rally Miami Beach I. • d g e, B'nai B'lith. will sponsor its I i j annual Americanism rally in Flamii on July 4. it has ty i i; announ P. esident Samuel W. Shapiro. inted to head the committee in charge of the civic affair is Gilb. : • J, Balkin. He will be assisted by Jack Gold, Jules P. Channing id Gi i off. All B'nai B'rith L id, I the South Florida Council will participate in the annual I Patriotic music, entertainment, and an addi by an oiding will high>'i don I uppreciule howj %  nderful sleep is until you. 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PAGE 2 B +Jmist> fkyrkliftr Cantors' Association North Shore Group To Honors Strassburg Hold father's Day Picnic FRIDAY JUNE. Robe:: Strassburg, music consultant to the .1 twish Centers Association, u ently ] an engraved briefcase by Gn ami Cantoi s' Ass tion in recognition of his w as choral director of the can! associatii n chorus, which ticitpated in many of the i munity %  %  si son. Cantor Samuel K' i of the cantors 1 associati >n, made the presentation. A honored were Cantor Jacob Goldring, Miami Beach Jewish Center; Cantor Mordecai Feinerman, Hollywood Jewish Center; and Cantor Louis Feder. Beth Jacob Congregation. An appropriate musical program was heard during the evening. North Shore Jewish C< nter wil hold its annual Fathi r's Qay picnic on Sunday, June 17. ,.t Greynolds Park. Membi rs and fi iends w 11 ... : | 'ol, 77th SI Dickens Avenui at 9 30 .i m. Lunch will of the big bai becue : park. Refn will served by the sisterhood and i s and cont sts w ill I I' mmittee •" charge of tl are Leo Steinman, chairman: Phil Pritzert. Anne Simon, Sylvia Acker, Esther Steinman, Anne KatZ, Health Salon Opened At Loon Lake Hotel Announcement has been made of the opening of an Al Roon Salon at Andron's Loon Lake Hotel. Franklin Countv, NewYork. One of America's leading physical directors and health consultants. R..on has installed all of the mechanical equipment for a thorough body-building course. Special diets will be available for thos wish to lose or gain weight while vacationing. Another noted pers inality who will be ..i Loon Lake Hotel as t< nnis pi dm ing the i ntire summer season is Sol Goldman. is mention d in Frank Men rimi Great Athletes" as mosl distingu all-around athletes." He thre. ti m e national %  pion. teni pro to I .... | U | nited Stat Ai • Aus' %  • %  positenni %  • : nstrucl %  Rabbi Lehrman To Speak On Eternal Light Sunday Rabbi Irving Lehrman will appear on the Eternal Light prograin, which emanatefroir New York City on a coast to coast network, on Sunday. June 17. at 9.30 a. m. over station WIOD. The Eeternal Light program is under the sponsorship of the Jewish Theological Seninary of America and the United Synagogue of America. you i hope to haveiji Dr. Narot At Conferences Dr. Joseph P. Narot of Temple flew to Washington. D. C. Wednesday to attend ., special, all-day conference called by Millard Caldwell, formei Florida govern ncerning civil de: %  %  %  Dr. Narot will also attend the convention of the Central C nference of Aim: nan Rabbis at London, Conn., on June 1925. He has been invited to present a paper on "Techniqui In hing" at the convention. Peter Niles. Wofford Beach HoleL and Nat Ratner. flail lander Hotel, have been included in the 1951 edition of "Who's Who Among Hotel Executives." it was announced this week Niles, former president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association and the Hotel Greeters of America, is pictured here with Sen. George Smathers and Ratner. Former comnl ssioner of housinq at the University of California. Ratner is now director of the Miami Beach Hotel Association. He will leave in September for Brazil to assist in the planning of resort hotels in Sao Paulo and Alto Panorirma. He will join his brother. Stanley. Miami Beach financier and builder, who is one of the founders and developars of the latter city, located in the heart of what was once impenelable jungle. *^ Program Substitution Oneg Shabbat Slated Mi a Masada, Young • '•• will hold its weekly Oneg Shabbal at the f Pearl 1 • • [21] Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, on Friday, June 15 at 8:45 : Sholem Ale, him I illowed by folk dancing 8 rou l and re) tits, ing A fit teen-minute t. •ion In: ween the late Justices Louis D. Brandeis and Wendell Holmes will be heard on the Yiddish Classical Hou r on Sunday. June 17. at 1:15 p. m over WINZ, according to Morris Nasatir, program director. The transcription will be heard instead of the weekly feature "Builders of Israel." narrated bv Harold Shapiro, who is attenda convention this week. Halley Accepts Bid For City Prexy Post NEW YORK (AJP)— Rudolph 8 young Jewish former Chief Council of the Kefauvei me probe committee, this i k accepted a bid from Liberal Party to seek presidency of the City Council in next Noi 's (lection. Halley called upon '"voters of all parti..who value "clean, efficient, and non-bossfd government' to join with me in a nonpartisan spirit and help make this greatest city the cleanest city in the world." Subjects Announced Norman R. Lyons, newscaster and commentator on Jacob Schachter's Jewish Variety Hour, will speak on "The Significance of Discovery of Oil in Israel's Negev" o n Fndav. June 15, at 1:30 p. m. over Station WMBM. His topic for Sunday, June 17, at 3 p. m. over the same station will be 'The Effect of the I psurge Of Fascist Influence in Latin America." without trio] professional insurance aid You wouldn't buy 11^,1, mail or a prescripts fo^J professional. 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PAGE G B FRIDAY, JUNE 15. 1951 *"Jwlsf> IffitiriidHii'iiin FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1951 PAGE7B LUmiV.'Attmmwttttt^v. ggg -*'-*** Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN BE v ^v.:;'.'.v.'.i'.;'.-.-.-.'.'.-.v.'.v.'.'.'.'.v.y.v.g GROWTH OF NAZISM Every week brings new alarming reports indicating the growing strength of neo-nazism. In the administrative elections just held in almost 3,000 municipalities in Italy the neo-fascist party showed impressive gains. According to estimate of U. S. officials in Western Germany. 34 per cent of the West Germans still believe in "Aryan" race superiority. Only 30 per cent think Nazism was altogether a bad idea. Neo-nazi groups are operating in every state of West Germany. It is well known that every member of the Cabinet in Schleswig-Holstein, including the Prime Minister, was a Nazi. Two were SS officers. The Bonn government, which claims to be concerned with the menace of neo-nazism, has just complained because the Saar government suppressed the "Democratic Party" which is a neo-nazi group planning the overthrows] of the Saarland constitution. Yarblum, the well known Jewish leader in France, stated publicly that anti-Semitism in France, stimulated by former Vichyites, is gaining. Neo-fascism and Communism possess not only the same totalitarian concept but have a common vehement anti-American orientation. The neo-Nazis outdo the Communists in anti-U. S. defamation. Their leader Doris, speaks publicly of the "American terror regime in Germany." The neo-fascists of Italy are equaly known for their anti-American attitude. Victor Paz Estensoro, who polled 45 per cent of the votes in Bolivia, conspired (according to the Blue Book published by our State Department) in February of 1946 with Peron and Nazi agents in 1943 to stage the Bolivian revolution of that year. ATTENTION DEFENSE AGENCIES Anti-Semitism is global. Purelv local anti-defamation work has limited value. The core of the problem is Germany and Argentina. They are a menace to the United States, democracy and peace. The American Jewish Congress is urging Washington to reexamine the German problem with the AJC. The American Jewish Committee followed in this effort. Little will be gained from prohibiting the neo-nazi movements and driving them underground. However, it is not yet too late to forget about scrapping the occupation statute and the rearmament of Germany. The rearmament of Germany will be the gravest blunder our country can commit. The Nazis were, are. and will be the worst enemies of the U. S. and of democracy. The U. S. is merely antagonizing its friends without winning over the Nazis. The premises on which the American policy re Germany was based have been proven false. Today nobody can doubt how wrong General Clay was when he emphatically declared two years ag i that "Nazism i s completely dead." We will be performing not only our duty but rendering a great and patriotic service to our country by pressing But leu wieser's warning home. We are engaged in a war of ideas. By compromising the cause of democracy the U. S. is weakening democracy's chances of victory. There is no time for pussyfooting. The challenge of leadership must be met. All efforts of our defense agencies are doomed to futility if the main problem— neo-fascism in Europe and our hemisphere—is ignored. We cannot make the Francos, Perons and Nazis our allies. Workshop Slates Life Story Of Lillian Wald Radio Workshop for Democracy will present "The Life of Lillian Wald" on Sunday, June 17, at 8 p. m. over radio station WMIE. Mrs. Gertrude Marx, director of the program will be starred in this week's pesentation. Also in the cast are George Lefcbe, Milton Tanbor, Don Young, Edith Welmore, Muriel Moore. Muriel Irving Fr Moist Polio Virus Most Dangerous PALO ALTO, Calif. (AJP) — Two Jewish scientists warned this week that infantile paralysis virus is most dangerous while it is in the moist state. The warning followed a study of the effects of drying on the polio virus by Doctors Harold K. Faber and Rosalie J. Silverberg of the Stanford University ~iecai Uncut ot Pediatrics. Sholvm 1i iris Seat Lenders Marcia Jervis was installed a. ; president of Sholcm Chapter 14 of B'nai B'nth Girls at luncheon ceremonies Sunday at the Sorrento Hotel. Others recognized at the rites were Sue Korshak, vice president; Sheila Faber, recording secretary; Nadine Handleman. corresponding secretary: Ruth Sindell, treasurer; Barbara Rosen. parliamentarian; Gloria Antebi. reporter; Mvrna Morton, historian. Past president. Miriam Levy. is the new counselor. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. district youth director, served as installing officer. Other guests included Mrs. Milton Weinklc, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs. Nachman. Mrs. Jaffee and Miss Schaffer, advisers to the group. Delegates to the organizational convention to be held in Greensborough, N. C. are Miss Jervis, Miss Levy and Beverly Faber. Northside Unit To Meet Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet nionday. June 18, at 8:30 p. m. at temporary quarters 4316 N. W 7th Ave. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WlfcAM. Sunday, 10:30 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-Presldnt Over 250 persons attended the "Midget Musicale" presented by the 35 piano students of Mrs. David A. Hess, 2190 S.W 10th Street, in the Sorrento Room of the Sorrento Hotel on Tuesday. June 5. Participants in the program were Steven Tendrich, Marilyn Corenblum, Sheila White. 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TUNE IS, 1951 AlgftfefilBftiM PAGE 3 B Hope Seen For Israel In Return out if the u N %  *= to the ten. Riley To Scene Of Conflict fDAVID NUSSBAUM .grasp the leeway and Jewish Fire Captain's Deed Nets Citation plaj actually bn lit in project, have bei n by the return of Supervisor Gen. Wil%  to the scene of the some Palestine ex•. who have been n w that the beginnegotiations work r Inn hopes that the optil j t j f thjs is •"aSJrt^JBSiS ^s in mind un live Anglo-American sucn an approach, it inst Israel, calling W coui I I Riley's the essential Huleh Jin has been There Is no point in thnt Riley hii • a little to Syri the disputi Security r by anything but authority men; w; ed with Riley's rel"\ wr a lot of the mesa ight not have been P !" *J> man in whom real n the .<> lies for keeping the m %  !l : eements strictly obA b been permitted to f nd £** c nost ters whlch %  the armisti supposed to question of oil royalties to Ibn Saud. Israel has pointed out | beginning that if all th erogation were dispensed with forthwith, there should be no difficulty in arriving at a just and peaceable solution of the whole imbroglio. Specificially, the Israleis have, for some eason. been the only ones to point simple fpct is that when ; |curity Council succumbed r insistence and took up H this automatically probreak-down in the only j achinery for handling lisputes between Israel and the Mixed Armistice Comn and its parent body, the Supervision Organization. the intervention of the Cil entailed these three unconstructive results: uKht ti a halt the functioni • Droper machinery for c with the troubles; it top mediator, Riley, hum tiie scene (so that aid participate in the long, ;.\: us and inconclusive cil debates); and it subed for actual negotiation nediation on the operational ill the extraneous and unelements of cold-war fr-politics, there being no to avoid the impression that [mvstifvingly unreasonable Sh-French-U. S. resolution the result of a Western anxiappease the oil-rich Arabs J-less Israel's expense, withlv regard for the merits of Syrian-Israel case. Ben this resolution got down k-and-white before the r. even the U. S. and Britegates could not feel comly unembarrassed, and algh they refused to modify its ent>. they softened it in their interpretations as to what Hended to bring about. Sir Iwynn Jebb, in particular, al|gh in unavoidably confused sought to give Riley con•aoie leeway in carrying out nns. What Jebb's rather i paragraphs came down sum was: Well, now of Si we mustn't be too hard Ih'' Israelis and of course we t really mean that such a thing as the drainage pro-hould be abandoned forbout what Riley has to with, and it would seem the way he has started out ii talks he organized promptly his return between the that he intends to in m of a handful of Arabs id by the pub!: pro] rei • %  %  I. Th • ti •I thing in Ril turn to J that hi i to put I g the Cupinsky Unveiling ... I • %  • fficial is survh War; tw ms, Mor' n Mi imi and Han,Id of ti and Anne Cupinsky and Marian Sager of Port au Prince, Haiti; three brothers. Julius, Morris and Louis; and a sister, Esther Alpert of New Haven Conn. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to be present NEW YORK (AJP)—A Jewish Fire Captain who braved flames in a large tenament to rescue a five-year-old girl was one of 27 of the fire department scheduled to receive medals for m, Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri announced this w< Flai :: ii ,. %  tmi trapped, Captain play a hose stream on the flames as he entered the flat. Goldstein, according to the citation, crawled through the living room to the kitchen where he found the child, severely burned, huddled under the sink. 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>/7 Zionist Leader Asks U. S. To Back Israeli War Claims Against Germany NEW YORK—On behalf of the enti coun man Council, addressed an appi / of State Dean son urging the support ol EW YORK—On behalf of the ire Zionist movement in this lken ; iitry Mr. Louis Lipsky, Chair""'i'"" 1 : the pro| i of the American Zionist '" ll,,s note." „.,,! ...]J I __ ... f-. 1. "A crime such Gi many's unprecedented in 51 ai ter, gives rise t :.A Jewry "unprecedented in and character." He pointed • I ciple i> that the ciimina] svupc ana cimracter. ne pointeit cipie is inai me out that "long before the Gernot b | tt is illmans put into operation theii n! L 1 'e the firing squads and gas chambers, Gem put int ti n their had mulcted hundn squads a million.a property from the they had mucted hun h community in Germany, millions ii perty from the By the time the war ended, 6,Jevi h community r.f Gi 000.000 Jews were dead and the "By the time thi u remains ol Eu I 000,000 .1 Jewry were left homeless and nan) f European to German reparati ns on Jewry w %  left and penniless," nniless F01 the livi Mr. Lipsky justified I. murder there can be no 1 the grounds thai nearly 500.000 pmsation. But thi tiny survivJewish survivors who miraculously survived Hitler, found safe haven in what is today the State of Israel and that "the process of absorption i s still going on at prodigious financial 1 ing remnant, thenonly hens, should not be compelled to start their difficult new lives as beg%  "Incredibly, no action has been taken constraining Germany to fcn,.,.j i!" i ; 2 "<*n toii-ii-jinine uermanv to •i, Zv stru Khn country, recompense surviving Jewish vieS hU, f'S j" d J Mr L, Ptims for (a) the millions of dolh,'nT X JUdecd u" the Iars s,olen fr(,m ,hc German ?;L m ^T„ "''f'-','"'," Jewisn community in fines and! 'I? %  P'-'^'P^ which confiscated taxes (b) the mil-, a h !" ?j£*? 0l %  aw : ne l'on s of dolhrs ,n Jewish propsuch accepted moral principle is erty tolen bv Gerthe uo.ld have con0 f ti, <,.. i att ... Degrees Conferred On 1000 l T M Grads The University of Miami's second largest graduating class heard Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds president oi J hn B. So tsi :i University in a commencement a Id • Mondaj at 8 p. m. The exercises were hold in Dinner Key Audi.1:11. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe conferred \ tely 1.000 %  thi University's -even school-, -n; of whom receivi d I'n n emenl activities luded Ihe annual concert presc nted by i %  nioi s of School of Music and the commencemi nl eption given by the Univi rsity m honoi ol seniors and thei 11 Aj 1 iloists or conUnivi rsity of Mis> mphony ( Irchesti a were nine graduating seniors: Edith 11 ernb ich, Pati icia Hayden and Mi line Kulhanjian, sopranos: : i Barry, tenor: Lila Coleky and Marian Kaminski. piano; Richard Collins, violin; Alan Drake and Fred Ilau'.te. conductors Mi Hautti conducted his own composition "Gloria for Orchestra and Chorus." Members of the administration, faculty and board of trustees wel1 coined seniors and their guests at the reception in their honor j at the Student Club. Refresh1 ments were served and a proI gram of music presented by a student trio composed of Lea Spivak, pianist: Edwin Grzesnikowski. violinist; and John Kettle, cellist. Soloists were Anne R. Gateley mezza-soprano and Robert Barry, tenor. tributed ;n one way or anothei • the succor of Hitler's victims, many, the criminal in the has given nothing." taken :..::. iheu :orpses, %  Nearly 500.000 Jews of those who had miraculously survived Hitler eventually found sail Apte Reelected T %  %  • Z Sta!" •' of Israel. They left Europe with ; %  •'•• in other than the u ; nfi taxes 101 back, nillions of dollai in Ji : 1; %  the vast %  "Even after their arrival in • ed in ping the orbit of %  • %  %  %  • > % %  oc.ui mi mem %  little to •-. but %  •' %  • Z my. V. %  tot to Israi I. %  iuld welc i the vi. %  vernment of the United thi pi 1 %  lit most %  R. Williams Apte, local civic leader was reelected to the board of directors of the National Jewish Welfare Board ((JWB) at the annual meeting of the board in New York on June 3. JWB is the ; nati mal asosciation of Jewish Community Centers and V.MYWHAs and the government, gnized agency for meeting the religious, welfare and morale need,,[ Jewish personnel in tht %  irci s and in Vet* 1 1 n 1 ; itals. It represents the Amei ican Ji ::. unity in the US< I [RO gency Fui! ; ; ; 1; instead, remair.ii in full I • hi :• stan lard I • Israi I, whi 1 fin %  criiheir rehabilitation. aking If of the enl in ti... Unit, d states Zi .nisi 1 1 ganizati >n ol Amei ica; 11,.: Hamizrai hi: I. ib 1 Zionist 1 .'i of Ami rica-P \ 1 hi Organizatioi P essive Zion •' ague; Uniti d Zi nist I. 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IY, JUNE 15, 1951 +Jeist Fhricfiar PAGE 9 A Mescheloffs Given Bon Voyage Party Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mcschel, Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will off woi c given a surprise garden leave for New York by car on party by Mr. and Mrs. John June 26, with then threi .', **&' Star:at the Starr homo. 1431 Alton Rd, Sundaj ifternoon, June 10, to wish them bon voyagi on tin ir trip to Europe and I The occasion also marked the Rabbi's birthday. Guests included mei (if the boards of directors of Beth Jacob Sisterhi od, Congregation Beth Jacob and Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah, as well as mutual friends from the community at lai Gifts were presented by Mrs. Alfred Lesser and Mrs. Louis Makovsky on behalf of Beth Jacob Sisterhood and by Mrs. [sabelle Altholz, on behalf of the i of directors of the Henrietta Szold Group i>f Hadassah. John June 20, with then dren, Renah Rahel, El and David and will embark for C bourg on the Queen Elizabeth >n July 7. A trip through Fi Switzerland an i [taly is on their itinerary. They will fly to I from Rome and plan to al the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, now scheduled to taki place on August 14. "The trip to Israel is a to the rabbi from Con [n !', i Jacob %  13 years ol voted service a.s its spiritual leader and for outstanding .ice to the community at large,' David Whitman, president of thi 'galion, and G unciln in Bernard Frank, chairman of thl j;ift committee said. Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah held it s annual installation luncheon at the Shelborne el this weak, with Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Greater Miami Chapter Hadassah president, presiding. ) president of the group is Mrs Abraham Greanberg (black dress), with Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. ry Magid, Mis. William Feuer, Mrs. Ralph Spiro and Mrs. Felix Halzband, vice presidents. Mrs. Amsterdam and Mrs. Max May, corresponding secretaries. Mrs. Charles Bushell, financial secry. and Mrs. Maurice Bennett, treasurer. IMII \ a iiiI'll .^standing" idovor €rad bid M. Ansin. of 228 40th [Miami Beach, has been |ed as the "Outstanding ber of the Class of 1951" at Ips Academy, A n d o v e r, Bin graduated from Andover 10 and plans to enter HarI next fall. \\\ Schacter's sh Houi .v. WMBM, LEGAL NOTICE Masonic Rites Planned Right Wo shipful I).. R A. Willia trict Di p u t y i ; nd Mast. 29th M trict, will set W( st Miami dispensation on Friday. Jam 15. I nellies will be held at 8 p. m. at Town Hail, s. W St. and 62nd Ave NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 2613/ In Ri B8TATE OP G1CRSHON AUGUST l iii. aseri 'I'II All Creditor* ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against s.i i.l Estate you, ana each of you, are hereby notified ami required in nresenl an> claims ami demands which you, or either of you, nun have against the estate "f CERSHON AlT.l'ST, dei-,a-.il I.U..i| .Mi.ma. I >..il. County, Florida, i" the Hon. w. I i:i..\.\Ti i.N, i "ountj i %  i!,. "f Mail.' County, and %  the me in hioffii e in the i 'otirl house in I 'ado 'ount>. Ploridn, within • -la i nlendni months %  iiulilicntinn Said i 11 ma or demand* 1 i II thi Ii But add — of the Ii, sworn and r< •vill lie %  HARRY Affil'ST I.Ol'IM Af


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PAGE 10 B + l**istfk>rkUan FRIDAY Letters To The Editor Editor. The Jewish Floridian. Dear Sills Federation doing a job? Gn t< r Miami ..' .'. ish Fi l< i .lym fund rai [alien by the The old 1 Federati l -t its ii. igic < %  : %  t of fan! : ; %  tions 1 i com%  I • tiul thi %  pse ... then the i to the pul that I refund dri\ the Fedei • ting el son in jeo] Ij I I Is F tion doii Hav( thev lost touch wit! nmunity? An they t • tinue being isive clul I wbu-h its constituent m come hat in hand for funds? Apparently we are in foi a series i>f lean fund raisin-! years unv. %  ran develop drivii li p that pire an intense community spirit. I< Federation doing that job? I! their job is community plannine why have thenconstituent agencies beer, allowed to expand so rapidly in face of the lack of funds? If their job is fund raising, why are we failing to reach our quota each year? If the community has not responded properly and we lack %  leadership is it not incumbent upon Federation to get out among the people and develop leadership that will be able to sell the drive? Federation has sponsored many community surveys in the past, the time may now have arrived for th<. community to survey Federation. Sincerely, SEYMOUR GELBER. Editor. The Jewish Floridian :>• Sir: In your issue of May 18, you have .i column entitled "The Re• Bloc in Israel" by Harry e contributi i i ften vi ry stimulating itive. In this column. %  vever, he to indicate e livi in a dream-world. n pei a • • enclosed Is and articles. which ntly appeared in The Jewish should convince Mr. Sim:: that there is no danger : a Church-State g >v< rnment Israel, even though the ma' in the Holy Land be in apathy with the religious elents residing there. There is people on earth aconsiderate : those ideologically differing from the religious character of the people of a country a l< memberof the religious | in Israel. There, as Mr. Simonoff himself points out. the Chrisand Mohammedan eli ments thoroughly pleased with I religious hb. • anted them— in fact, in great. than erica or any other land in the world grants the Jews. Thi i tical questions on r ligious for the most part, have been is< d only bj ularists in Israi I (ai wh< tot differ I • %  : nhoff I tating that "B : t on thi mpu • n in %  i n c impul • i | • %  • inv< igl< : • : %  • int i these secu ••.it spi c st ethical stan Is it n Mi Si pa: t %  I] the cruel mui derers Jews in Christian and Moslem lands where Church and State w.:e united, as though, by implication, t)a ty "f relig' ious Jews were meant when he; states vi n I day there are pcowh > advocate the union Church and State." apparently trying to arouse emotion against religious Jews in general, regardless of the fact that they do not, for the most part, advocate such union? Is it not illogical also to de; signate as "joint rule of Synagogue and State." a system wherein the Synagogue in Israel requires adherence to even fewer religiou> regulations on the basis of government concern for pubI lie welfare than are required of Jews in Christian lands' Let Mr. Srnonhoff prove that there is no interference with the "private conscience" of Jews in | America and that Government Religion never "meet" in Ameri ica and then say that "in Israel j the twain (Government and Religion) must never meet!" Sincerely vours. ISSAAC ROSENGARTEN, Editor, The Jewish Forum *?, %  **. o •:v\' % 1*1 \S. %  i of Herbert Gelerntcr and his family were honored with the presentatic work in building the Coral Gabl-js Jewish Center. Gelernte: seived as prcsid.Tt'dutin'T' *' center was planned and constructed. Pictured are (I to i) daughter. Susan. dauahi 9 j 1 *1 Dorothy; Herbert; parents. Rose and Herman Gelernter. t.iiblvs lAtdijv To Hi ar Moore Edward N. Moore, Miami attorney and former radio anni uncer, will be the Drincipal speaker in a varied program of entertainment sponsored hv Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tuesday, June 19 at 8:15 p. m.. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center The program has been prepared by Leonard Spiegel, who has announced a series of summer entertainments for the B'nai Bnth Lodge. President Lewis rantz wil] call for a conation of two proposed amendments to the lodge constitution. Alvin Corenblum, a past lent of the lodge and currently vice-president of the B'nai th Council of South Florida, Will report to the membership on the council's service program for the coming year, 4'amp I oral To licgin 2nd 1 oar Camp Coral, co-ed day camp for the Coral Gables-Southwest sections of Greater Miami will begin its second year of operation on Monday. June 18. Approximately fifty children from the ages of 4 to 12 wil] begin their eight weeks activities, to be completed August 10. Registration will be limited to this number, and new enrollments will be made only through cancellations of old ones. Camp personnel will include Mrs. Jean Miranda, childhood education specialist who holds a master's degree in that field; Marvin Schneider. Barbara Epstein. Ricky Cohen, all seniors at the University of Miami in the departments of physical and art education. Bernard Besking and Michelle Harrell will serve as junior counselors. Marvin Steinbock, registered dietitian, will be in charge of the preparation and serving of meals and snacks. The entire program will be directed by Dr. Donald D. Michelson, director of the University of Miami Hillel Foundation. Beach Publicist Named to Nat'l Advertising Unit Gerald Schwartz Miami Beach public relations consultant, has been elected to membership in the National Industrial Advertisers Association. He maintains offices at 235 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Schwarti is also a member of the Florida Publicity and PublicRelations A-socia:i„n. the Advertising Federation of America, and Alpha Delta Sigma, professional advertising fraternity. He now serves as editor of the Advertising Club of Greater Miami publication. Ad Libs. Schwartz is a graduate of North ma State College and of the university of Miami. Manischewitz Pledge Launches $2,000,000 Mizrachi Bond Drive Firing the opening gun in a $2,000,000 Israel Bond drive by the Mizrachi Organization of America, launched at a dinner in New York's Hotel Astor on Tuesday evening. June 5, the B. Manischewitz Company, its officers, employees and associates announced that they have undertaken to raise $100,000 or more in bond sales. Guest of honor and keynote speaker at the dinner was VicePresident Alben W. Barkley. Other speakers and notable guests included Henry Morgenthau, Jr. former U. S. 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PAGE 12 B +Jeisti fhrUttaan May 31 Jewish Emigration Deadline From Iraq Extended Another Month A May 31 deadline by which time Jewish i Iraq ail was i" have ended undi | Government ha.been extended until Jum 30, thereby pi ividin) minute opportunity for rescue of la] tens of thousands of the 30,000 Jews '"Hi: ining in that country, Edward M M, Warburg. :al Chairman of the V\. Jewish Appeal, disclosed this week, Mr. Warburg announced that the United Jewish Appeal Ivised by immigrati thi i it.,-.; in Israel ih.it n< .. >t. ition s to extend the May :;i d< line had been Successfully completed, and that the United %  !< wish Appeal must make avails ,.? once la: ge cash funds to c mtinue the air evacation <>f Jews m Baghdad t" Israel at sent rate of nearly 1,000 a day. ^ The United Jewish A; General Chairman pointed out • since May, 19">0, when the Iraqi Government imposed a one year limitation on Jewish emigration. 90.000 Jews had been flown to Israel from that country, more than 65.000 of them since January 1950, with funds alloto United Palestine Appeal "The majority ol the Jews of Iraq," Mr. Warburg declared, %  h a\e already been brought out in accordance with our determination to bring to Israel all those registered with the Iraqi I I vi : nment lor movement out I of that country by May 31. We mast now do all within oil: power to evai Uate those who are left. We must save these Jews now —or we may never save them at all. We have only the month of June in which to Complete this critical and very urgent task.'* Mr. Warburg pointed oul that, in addition to the Jews to be m ived out of Iraq tins month, the United Jewish Appeal must provide also for the transfer to 1 Israel in June of approximately 8.000 or more Jews from Roumania and from other Eastern European and Moslem countries, He stressed that "the month of June might well see the establishment of a new emigre• n Mi,,i-d," provided Jewish communitii a t h r o u g h o u t the United Stati resp >nded in time to tin UJA's urgent need tor cash. Tli,. UJA General Chai -aid in tins connection that lid.000 Jews have been moved to Israel each month for the last two months, thereby establishing a record movement of 00.000 Jews to Israel m 00 days. "The continuation of this accelerated program" he said, "now hinges on what happens in the next two or three weeks in Jewish communities throughout the country. If these campaign communitiiare able to rush funds to the L'JA. we shall succeed. If 'hey cannot, then I hesitate to think what will happen." The United Jewish Appeal, in addition to making possible the movement of homeless Jews to Israel, provides funds for relief and welfare programs in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East and for refugee adjustment in the United States. ISRAEL BONDS SOLD Z.O.A. HADASSAH MM IRITH MIZRACHI FARBAND • SBSB "You re doing a great job," Mrs. Harry G.u. 1 Mrs. Bee Jaffer as th*y examine latest reporTs "„ l,^ sales .n Greater Miami. Mrs. Gersten headsXrZi^ for 11 group, of Hadasseh and Mrs. Jaffer is i„ ch,^ tctivaws of five group, of Pioneer Women. HsOtt more than S88.000 and Pioneer Women S34.000 in ihTfL j! of the local campain. These total, will r.ot be included i/L contes t of the Council of Organizations. ** these bonds are important to you who want to invest in THE WORLD'S NEWEST DEMOCRACY In these times, when America seeks friends, an ally has arisen in the Middle East-the St •>• o! Israel —the world's newest democracy. H( re ia country founded on the same freedoms that all Americans hold dear" m ol ri U '" education-equality of all citizens without distinction nation pledged to safegw rd the Holy Places of all religions and Vo uphold the l rated .Nations I barter. Today, as y. u look to Israi iee a country alive with the industry of free• ; % %  •.•: inse. You see a people who., faces are turned to the sun of democracy \ ou see a land that was forged in the fire of freedom. And you learn that Israel, life early pioneer America, is planning for complete independence and self-reliance. It is to help insure Israels independence that Israel is now offering this Bond issuebonds that will help transform 600.000 more immigrant* into happy and productive people-bonds that will strengthen Israel as a p*ar of democracy in the Middle East. You who l.elieve in freedom, who see the importance of helping to develop new cemocracy-you will want to invest in these Israel Independence Bonds STATE OF ISRAEL $500,000,000 INDEPENDENCE BOND ISSUE Two types of bonds art o (a) Interest Bearing Bonds Denominated as Fifteen Yeor 3'/a% Dollor Coupon Bonds. Interest poyoble Moy I and November 1. Denominations: $500 • $1,000 $2,500 • $5,000 • $10,000 $100,000 ffered at par as follows(b) Capital Appreciation Bonds Denominated as Twerve Year Dollar Savings Bonds. Maturity Value: 150% of issue amount Denominations': $50 • $100 $250 • $500 • $1,000 $2,500 • $5,000 • $10,000 Orders for Bonds moy be placed ol and Prospect*, -'• f LJ j from Hte undersigned. 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PAGE 8 A *• Jewish flcrldteui Religious Directory... Young Israel Synag igue of Miami Beach (Orothodox) Invites .ill members from other parts of the country now visiting in Miami Beach to attend its services. They will be held Friday evening at 6 45, Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:45 p. m and daily at H a. m. and ti:4."< p. in. Kneseth Israel Congrega\ Friday evening services t> 45 p.m. | Saturday morning services -it 8:30 a. m. conducted by Cantor Abraham Self At 4:30 p. m. a class in Talmud will be conlucted Mincha at r > 30 will be followed by Shalos Sudos Zmi will fi Uow and Maariv will complete th sen ices Daily sen at 8 a. m. followed by 'in .li wi day services are held at 9 • %  m. Cent 'onserval ; Fi idaj night • %  a! 9 Temple B. : El v. duct Friday evenii l nc | Sal t 9 .: G I %  %  • %  Oil 11 t 6:4 I Sal • S. Gi Sal • %  • • '• and H • M ; : : I %  %  %  • of 1 : A nerican 1 1 in N i London, ( • i : I .... ... in %  : t 6:4 %  %  %  iled Fathers' %  a f 9 to 12 :. :. Dailj I %  (Lil .: A. Sr: the Jewi irt .,t 8:1 V1CI i I .' .,;.' I || i I] bat i pen forun I wil I., Mi Nell 11. Pel standing Jewish 1.. New "> "i k. She will report latesi %  concei ning thi Bond Drivi On Saturday, .. double Ba, Mitzvah will tx at 10 ., m. Ii v. in, son %  and DoujHtotfii Synagogue (Ortho1 \l will hold services Friday at 7 p. m. and Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz will officiate. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox) will hold its daily services at 8 a. m. and T p. m. Friday evening services are slated for 7 p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Murray Giauer will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." Mincha will be held at 6:30 p. m. followed by Shalos Sudos and Maariv. Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will hold Friday evening services a! i:4. and Saturday morning seivici s at H:3(i. Rabbi Jacob Rackovsky will discuss "Mothers' influence on Chridren" at his mornen i and "Valui oi Man" •,t 5:30 p. m. Mincha at (i p. m. will tie followed by Shades Su I ind a program Of Hebrew .Zmiros. Maariv will be at 7:30. Daily services :<:<. %  held at m, witn Mini na at I [aai iv at 7:30 p n Dail i n M i s h i %  i Jishna; I '' %  C n Jewisl and cust ims is : Sund.i\ T u ed a y %  .'. in E :. Y kov is held Mon I Thursd I • | i : ((Drift ill 1 i lay eve• Saturday m I Mi • Han Id Levitt will B Rabbi .: .:• ...... • %  45 : S %  %  %  ( %  1 • Lai %  I • I tin The ,'ii %  and Arnold Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levy, will be honored at services and Kiddush to be tendered by their parents. Beth David (Conservative) will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 and Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. On Saturday. Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Schatzman, will become Bar Mitzvah. The Hebrew school will conduct morning session summi r ramp program including athletics, arts and crafts, music and one hour formal Hebrew instruction for students 7 to 13. Registration will begin Monday. June 18. for daily classes to be held Monday through Thursday from 9 a. m. to noon. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) will hold services Friday eveit 8:15. Saturday morning at 10 Barry Materson and Alan Silverstein will become Bar Mitzvah. Israelite Center (Conservative) holds daily services at 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. Friday night service is at 6. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak on "The Weekly Portion of the Law." Talmud class is slated for 4 p. m. with Mincha at 5 p. m. followed by Shalos Sudos. The Dead Sea potash works, which have been idle for :i ore : three years, will resume operations soon with the aid of funds provided through the $500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. The potash works have been .:: ible to start production heretofoie because adequate capital was unavailable. "SPECSA? %  utkv Strike Day llme E ***-*•; Leagues $148 29 5S W.8.hS„ w Ca Res. 48-8615 I I i i ', ill hold fcrvices F Saturdayit 9. Spi gs Jewish unity Center lat, > %  • io p ., nl Ben G ervici Oneg Sha follow. Say BON VOYAGE Tc Your Friends and Loved Ones With a Beautiful BASKET— From ARCHER FRUIT COMPANY 317 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH BASKETS SENT ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES Archie Brick Phone 5-4959 Mosttkfuxe Electric fa($ \T-**\6& O fiered f aithe>ftice! %  BROIL-UNDER-GLASS'True smoke %  is broiling — tastier broiled foodNo Binoke, soot or stain! See These Deluxe Features of Philco Model 416 Faster Surface Units. More pan contact for fast heat-up, <\ en cooking ... 5 beats for every need, Automatic Timing Clock. Turns Banquet Oven "on" and "oft" automatically. Two Appliance Outlets lor vour convenience—one timed. For this Full-Size 40-inch Range PHI ICO 411. Full size—full quality' Huge 6830 en. in. oven, controlled by Thermostat. Porcelain Broiler Pan. 4 Super-Speed Surface I'nits with 5-Heat Switches. Appliance Outlet. All Porcelain exterior. IOW EASY TERMS! FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE Furniture*-for HOMES, HOTELS ond APARTMENTS bib N.W. 24th St., Near 7th Ave. MfiM iuis .. nO 1 OPEN MON. AND THURS. EVENINGS CASH OR TER^



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r, JUNE 45, 1951 11 Say... [arrival in Tel Aviv, the tourist without hotel lions wanders on Hayarkon looking for acjations. The clerk of an ocean front hotel can rm courtesy refuse him in Hebrew, English, Yiddish, German, or Polish. Passing the [•Dan. a Floridian gets a lift on reading the L, i ..bout a new hotel to be built en the blue I an by a Miami-Tel Aviv corporation. LUCKY STRIKES tly I walked to the dusk, shook hi clerk, ar.d asked if Mi'. Federman in, "Don't you know m from Mia I landly. "Of course, we have your n thought I was Max Ol Lthout protekzia influence : luck that befell the convoy at .1. rusalem I it van '•: %  i Ian 1 Hebrew University and Had! i Mt. Scopus. That morning a Dr. Simoi up. H.s name was on the list | t i tiu UN official J ame easily explained L at experience alone as woi *JfmUtfk*Hto r PAGE 3 A The Golden Link Between Miami and Israel hould stimulate others in our city to Jo likewise. The know-how of Miami Beach hotel building and management would be a valuable con. iition to Israel's i my. A SUCCESS STORY i of Mr. Federman is a ; int reHitler's G Ki lutz. Realc J. wish %  ; phei laced his • intry i g the m • iiir.g a top • lis: i MI BEACH HOTEL IN ISRAEL : • : lud of Miami business men hel] i j. el's tourist problem. It was Mr. Fedei formed me that Sam Friedland, v. Sam Blank. I. L. Mintzer, 5r-d Dan Ruskin ined him in the venture to erect a hotel of 115 on Tel Aviv's sea shore. Designed along the Miami Beach lines by Albert Anas and Melvin ..an. architects of Lincoln Road, it will be the |h posing hotel in all Israel, second only to the David of Jerusalem, (aver Federman further alleged that the same intends to construct a cement factory, form _.;„, bank, ar.d build another hotel in Haifa. ...prises, which will no doubt prove paying A MIAMI INVESTOR 1947. 1 • i %  %  :. vitz, and M In n the tuatii n in [found t %  :..;• : ii hotel und< %  .. t would make an excellent for development. Then and there Max Orovitz declared he would take a h^lf interest. T::e following morning, we drove on the 85 mile coastal stretch to Haifa. There was a hazard from snipers as we speeded past the Arab villages. The port city itself had an ominous look, as we drove by streets guarded ty Jews or Arabs armed to the teeth. North of Haifa, we inspected the purchase made by Max the night before. The white sandy beach, the incomplete casino, and the bathing cabanas promised an attractive investment to our Landsman. By HARRY SIMONHOFF LAND OF PROMISE + Last October, I learned from governrrrnt officials and news men teat I just missed Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who had taken moving pictures of Is ael Si /eral nights ago. I saw ar.d enjoyed this ids for Israel. Baron's Land of Promise is I i tt< r th anyth g I ever saw piothe Jewish Natii nal Fund, or the HadasKeren Hayes I. Technicolor gives it 'i • is r.o att< : I to pud %  • ins oi the mis::.in th( Beth Olim. oi citi -. t iwns, 1 is 1 need by ol industrj torj T • -:ged ; : illy Galili n uxt pictun how ilse of the peole. It i t the full extent e if I eft hi twenty-five AN ARSENAL AND RECRUITING STATION the Jewr. Piar.es wen -.1: >:ed and 11 I I terial i [uipment were ass : : -.. ppi Volunte< :Were S I I SI lited. One the non-Jew Benlin Winter.-, was apprehended on his return. An ndictment was filed charging him with enlistment in foreig! service. The prcsecut.ng attorney, having swallowed false propaganda that the new state leaned towards Communism, displayed hostility. The New York office advised Mr. Winters to plead guilty, and a visiting Federal Judge from West Virginia imposed sentence. Had our local group been consulted, a fighter for Israel's independence would never have served 18 months. A qualified lawyer could have delayed his trial past the emotional stage. A jury would never convict an American doing for Israel what Lafayette did for George Washington. krew School nIifiliation Set Sunday Night ii Hebrew School and r in will hold its anconfirmation exercises on av, June 17, at 8:30 p. m. .'school building, 1101 S. W. Ave. Rabbi Simon April ficiate. jkfirmands include Sam A. t, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michlank. 1410 S. W. 17th Ter.: [Irene Chaplin, daughter of land Mis. Sidnev Chaplin, |S. W. 17th Ter.; Myron Couljon of Mr. and Mrs. Nat %  on, 2775 S. W. 29th Ave.; landd Gcrstel, son of Mr. and Herman Gerstel, 2570 S. W. Ave.: Harry Gruen, son of d Mrs. Max Gruen. 1040 13th Ave.; Judith Scma s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. 1223 S. W. 19th Ter.; |ip Uarnett, son of Mrs. Ann (wer, 2270 S. W. 23rd Ter.; M. Schwadron, daughter Ii. and Mrs. Joseph Schwad1941 S. W. 19th Ave.; Frank Iwolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schulwolf, 2111 S. W. 23rd National Director Of Women's Division Of Israel Bond Drive To Speak Here Mrs. Ernest Peiser. national director of the women's division of the Israel Bond drive, who recently returned from a visit to Israel on a fellowship granted by Hadassah, will speak at the Royal Palm Hotel, 1545 Collins Ave., on Friday, June 15, in behalf of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Plans for the organization of the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for Bonds of Israel Government will be completed during Mrs. Peiser's visit here. Presidents, bond chairmen, and bond workers of all Jewish women's organizations in Greater Miami have been invited to the session, scheduled to begin at 10 a. m. „_ Funds provided through the bond issue will make possible DR. H. CENTNER Optometrist becializing in Eye Examinations and the Fitting of Glasses Announces he opening of his New Office at 1759 S. W. 8th Street Hfice Hours: 9 A.M. to 2 P.M [Evenings by Appointment Phone 82-9764 Receives Master's Degree Herbert Lipton of River Edge. N.J., son of Mrs. Rose Lifshitz of Miami Beach, was awarded a master of arts degree in psychology at the sixty-first annual commencement exercises of Clark University, Worcester, Mass., on Saturday afternoon. He studied at the City College of New York and received a B.b. from Rutgers University. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated from Rut with special honors :n psychology. He is a veteran of two vears in th-' army. large-scale expansion of Israel's industry and agriculture in the immediate future. Offering an opportunity for American investj ment in the world's fastest growing democracy, the Bond Issue will aid in the realization of 1 Israel's potential as the key in1 dustrial state of the Middle East, and will help the Jewish State absorb into its economy the 600,. 000 immigrants expected during the coming three years. A member of the national serv'. ice committee of Hadassah, Mrs. Peiser has held many important posts in the Zionist movement. A resident of Kansas City, Missouri, she is one of the Midwest's ; leading Zionists. She served as a delegate to the World Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, in 1946, and has made several visits to Palestine i both before and since the establishment of the State of Israel. Mrs. Peiser has played a leadI ing role in communal work in Kansas City, She has been a member of the general assembly of the Jewish Welfare and Community Council of Greater Kansas City. She has served as chairman of the junior division of the Jewish Community Council, and has been a deelgate from her city to the American Jewish Conference. Food Fair Store Wins District Courtesy Award The Miami Food Fair store, 5580 N. E. Fourth Ct., was recently adjudged district courtesy champion in the fifth phase of a continuing courtesy program carried on by Food Fair Stores, Inc., Myer B. Marcus, executive vice president, announced in Philadelphia. Manager Enoch McConnell and his staff will receive a $290 cash prize. A $100 cash prize was awarded the Food Fair store ut 1845 Alton Road, Miami Beach, second prize winner. AIRS. ERNEST PEISER The breakfast meeting at the Roval Palm is expected to attract more than 75 of the communitiy's women volunteers for the bond drive. A committee of arrangements is headed byMrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Bee Jaffer, and Mrs. Harry Gersten. Friday night Mrs. Peiser will speak during the Oneg Shabbat at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo Ave. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Aye OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES What's The Score Fellows? PAY OR M!GHT Current Rate Is 2%% Per Annum NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. "•Pd t,w. North Miami These boys certainly know the score, for they wyistudents in THE HEBREW ACADEM1 -.„„ u-„ that only the HEBREW ACADEMY could offer an integrated P r 9J am I, E^gHsh and" Hebrew education-an education which will make them proud that lhey are INTELLIGENT AMERICAN-JEWS a „rf nroaressive citizens of our American Jewish community. Register your boy and gS fodayX m Kindergarten through the Eighth grade). THE HEBREW ACADEMY 918 SKTH STREET. 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PAGE 2 A +Jenisli flcricfian Educator Advocates Organized Effort To Stamp Out American Anti-Semitism By ROBERT S GAMZEY (Edit r <'f tntermountain Jewish Sew*) DENVER (AJP)—"There would be fewer Jewish gangsters if they were met with organized Jewish contempt -Fighting for ers, including Negi es and Hispanics is a thankless proved by the existing of widespri id and intense Ni Semitism ." "Support of Israel is a Jewish def ense m ust These are among the controlints made by Prof. Edwin M. Sears, preside:.' Den New American Club i94t>. f< ssor at Denvi r University, and pro-Hitler secretary t in in Bir %  Sears wr it< th e and tati nents in .. of two arti FRIDAY ROSENWALD VISITS ISRAEL IN JULY as antif anti-Semil n cerning supposed lack of Ji fighti iild< etc., all Denver aw P Tof > and May issues of "Jewish gests that hatemoni lil lists %  magazine. be obtained, and mailed Shown an advance copy of to attacks on Jews. He ah ommends that B"nai B'rith ings include portions of pr d.'voted to teaching individual Jews how to reply to anti-J. wish statements by their non-Jewish business aquaintances and customers. On the matter of self-policing. The author has missed at least Sears said that while professional ice ior one hypothesis undergirding our nti-Semites cannot be won over conslil work: namely, a lack of faith v Deln g "good." "many a well; will m itic institutions, but nieaninj but uninformed Gentile i rael to %  %  • % %  • %  < %  -'•• ,, n i) t anfj j );i< been confused "" l *~ Sears" articles and asked to comment. Mickey Freed. Rockv Mountain regional director of the Anti-Defamation League declined to be drawn into an argument and briefly stated, "Illustrative led interest in the programs of various civic d< ncies. That's commendable. %  I ry • ting!" I of defensi %  I *-ai I Gern nj Pr : ... %  %  • leal rips ] ant -Ger%  : id that ti-Jew %  [ion t S tude of 1 it oi balancini potentially .hostile forces ;:nd of restraining the warring Seat pn viously wrote and the Jewish News "can Jewry must be we 1 ted in both the Republic.,.., and Democratic parties ;.nd not gamble all their eggs in sss in I in the current the si %  % % % % %  %  S V s %  b< .... such '-Semil possibl. est insult to Jews illy, and icl %  ..• %  %  Us attention to and disturbed I ontrast between the organized factually Gil and Fu i on Mickey Bu Self-policii %  • • I tential nti-S tioi I the Jewisl %  lid h vi tment, A ADL | I e to J latioi been d the J News %  ity. Regi title, "Was Hitght?", Prof. Sears warns IS ght ungener— rer was right on other things, including his anti-Jewish policy. Acceptance of Hitler's prophecies "would mean U. S. Jewry's zero hour." Sears says. Defense work should concentrate on this peril, he warns, crticizing defense agencies "preocupation with false controversies as a danger for Jewish security because it absorbs William Rosenwald. National Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and Honorary President of the United Service for New Americans—a UJA constituent agency—this July make his first visit to Isto survey immigration and settlement needs that must be tr.il there this Fall through the UJA's nationwide campaign. Mr. Rosenwald will confer with President Chairr. Weizrrann. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. with other members of the Israel Cabinet and Government, and with leade.s of tba Jewish Agency. Following a ten-day tour of the Jewish Slate, the UJA National Chairman will travel to Europe to ascertain conditions in the DP camps of Germany and Austria and immigration problems facing the USNA. He will also inspect installations of the Joint Distribution committee. Mr. Rosenwald. who will hi accompanied by his wife, will report his findings to American Jewish comr ( [ TWO CONVENIENT tf>< tflO Miami West Flaglcr 8c 20th Avef. ** 9-2^ Miami Beach _... j.jjl 1236 Washington Ave. • PhoW *"' 24-HOUR AMBULANCE ^^^ EDWARD T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABt EljE NB ^ lin S>t. i IN NEW YOU: 76th Street and Aa ^^ iS u/% BROOKLYN BRONX



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JNE 15, 1951 fice Assists Police In Search arsons Behind Northside Blast +Je*lst>fk>rldiari PAGE 5 A of vandalism has emendous interest all jntry, and the league's Miami has received I requests for informaln said. "Jewish compound the country, as religious and civic been gravely coniout this hoodlumistic house of worship as [undermining factor of democratic freedom," licated. ,_ the culprits have not fn apprehended, George president of the Jewish Congregation, ,1 the ADL he strongly Ku Klux Klan. "This i c work merely of | :., stated to an ADL j fctive, "but a calculated, fni/.d act of violence." i E ,, 0 n the possibility | responsibility for this | Jylkin emphasized that i the Ku Klux Klan and jing organizations are to spread bigotry, the I sown for such acts of | "In an environment lv democratic human rethe absence of ormovementg such I k s on a sacred \ Worship would not be Balkin said. "The dy! the Northside Jewish a grave affront to the American boys and \ iple over the i lv making in behalf iti d Nations forces | on the battle" B i' kin said. closely with the Department. inducting investiga| >ing. the league's suggested %  --'• %  • venues of apndi a v.'ling to detect [j ators of the bombue is reserving \ involvement in the several peril .. I v : eported as posimplicated, Balkin to w o r d received \ C il Detectives the investigacontinue until the dy..'. and jailed. I. king into an%  • C'K which ap• iv ted by antiand which may be dii in with the dyna. Mo ch of this year a s lived through the uf the Northside Jewish MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AMD LARCEST H FUNERAL HOME Levine Irving Blasberg (th Heard Funeral Director construction," he stated. "This attack was therefore most unexpected, and we do not suspect our neighbors." However, police are conducting comprehensive interrogations of residents in that area. Dynamiting of the Northside Jewish Center was not the onlv desecration of a Jewish house of worshp in Greater Miami this year, Balkin revealed publicly for the fir.-,l time. Another unpublished incident took place earlier in the year. The league worked actively with law enforcement officials at that time to apprehend the vandals and devise efapfective remedial actions. "These acts of violence aimed Weisbaum revealed to an ADL | at tne Jewish community should representative that no difficulties alert all citizens to the need for from neighbors had been encontinuing day to day orogramcountered in the more than a ming to combat bigotry," Balkin year that th 1 ; congregation's intent to build had been known. "In fact, several neighbors, ineluding a lady who contributed to the building fund, had indicated their approval of the new ti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith's Florida Regional been lending full cooperation to the Miami Police Dend other local law enforcement agencies in an effort the persons responsible for the Northside Jewish Cening on June 5, Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida ADL Director, Center's temporary meeting place while the board of directors was meeting, President Weisbaum disclosed. The bullet, judged of .32 calibre by the hole in the window pane, was never found, and the culprits were not prehended. Council Group To Aid New Americans With Semi-Annual Report To DP Unit declared. "They should serve to reemphasize the urgency ol all persons in the community joining in the efforts to advance democratic human relations and unrig all pen].]! Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women this week offered to help all New Americans who entered the United States prior to May 1, 1951, in filing their semi-annual report with the Displaced Persons Commission, Washington, D.C., by July 1, as required by the DP Act of 1948. Mrs. Florence Finklestein, executive secretary of council, said that forms for filing are available at the council offices in the Langford Building. Council aides will assist the DPs in compiling the required information. Mrs. Finklestein advised that the head of a family may file for himself, his spouse, and unmarried children who were under 21 years Of age at the time of immigration into this country. The requires the following information to be furnished: alier bers of the family, ages, date of entry into the United States, residence, occupation, and name and address of the employer. Four semi-annual rports are required from each of the DPs. According to law, willful failure to file is punishable by a fine of not more than $500 or imprisonment for not more than six months. Pianist Wins Honor Miss Shirley Usdansky, Miami Beach High School student, won superior rating for the second successive year in the Florida Choral Association's contest, open to pianists associated with local choirs. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Usdansky, 1116 Ocean Drive, Anyuta she is a pupil of Miss registration number of all memMelicov. All Cream Cheese is MEMORIAL CHAPEL J50 ALTON ROAD, M. B. our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE S-SX44 memEMfmHce! CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... mine piFFmKCE! NEW HANDIER SHAPE MORE ECONOMICAL SIZE*. MJGUST BROS Ry, — 'la thr nr ST' ;) CREAM CHEESE BARS tf aMNelghb.Th.... S.ores and Supermarkets Miami Offlrr 15: X.E. 29h St. Phone W-4781