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The Jewish Floridian ( June 22, 1951 )

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fe 24—Number 25 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951 Zionist Leaders Demand Special In Israel For Zionist Movement |,ANTIC CITY (JTA)—Ranking Zionist loaders, headed bv G. Browdy, president of the Zionist Organization of and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver this week took issue with Jovernment officials, including Prime Minister David Ben over the status of the Zionist movement. The Zionist emphasized that the' FB;CE: TEN CENTS TIME RUNS OUT JUNE 30 FOR IRAQI JEWS — UJA can rength and support which the long hard pull ahead will require." "The Zionist movement," Dr. Silver said which was responsible for the creation of the St t of Israel, in the face of violin; opposition and large scale indifference, can alone be trusted to carry through the second part of its esh \SrSTtS^Si tr0n Zionist —men; L -penal privuSS^ta — f '' luildlng of Israel. -..• Zionist Organization uerica officially opened annual convention. Mr. asserted that the "Zioni'ovement in the United must have a special Irg as the most importfeesU in tht JnlteS ~f'SgES£r iT^l ana the integration of Jews who have to go to Israel or who may wish to go there." Criticizing those in the Israel Government who refuse to grant a special status to the World Zionist Organization, Dr. Silver declared: "If the State of Israel will, in the future, regard the I World Zionist Organization as the authentic instrument of the Jew1 ish people, endowed with status and authority to speak for and implement the remaining phase of the Zionist program, the organtiANTIC CITY (JTA)—A I ization will be in a position to Mint program far his new i meet the challenge of the hour i : office was announced j and to bring maximum support |by Benjamin Browdy foli to Israel. There is no other comhis re-election at the | petent agency or organization in [ I cntior, as president of the field, now existing or which He warned that the le Israeli aid program ahout the world would jeopardy without the t' and their active leader Recently. Prime Minis c: Gurion had asserted dinner of the Jewish ley in New York, just |to his departure for Israel, the Zionist movement not seek a privileged with reference to Israel can be created, which can take its place." Dr. Silver underscored the If 200 highly trained Amerfact that "the issue is not whether n i s t Organization of program includes the sendlexperts and technicians to L the sending of an indus[commission to Israel, the Qment of the ZOA pledge 111 SI00,000 worth of Israel the sovereignty of the State of Israel should be interfered with, but whether the government of Israel should undermine the authority, prestige and effectiveand the completion of j ness of the World Zionist Organmerican House now being ization in the fond hope of findin Tel Aviv by the Zionist | ing some bodies in world Jewry ization of America. i which will contribute more polit: v Montor told the ZOA | ically and economically to it." tr.ii m that the successful thing of the Israel Bond issue ly had an impact on serving to generate a ^ig of confidence and stimumdustrial activity. Mr. r declared thot the bond lization would reach into than 4,500 Jewish communbefore the end of the year. Biowdy pointedly asserted "only by investing American iism with special recognition American Zionists be placed position that will enable to carry the whole AmerJewish community with i in the great enterprise of Jilding the Jewish homeland'.' similar stand, Dr. Abba lei Silver asserted that only S arrangements This Jewish family from the hinterlands of Iraq was brought to safety in Israel—with funds contributed by American Jews to community campaigns on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Parents and children aie shown on arrival at Lydda airport—on Thursday, May 31. This was originally scheduled to be Iraq s deadline date on further Jewish emigration, but was extended to June 30 at the last nvment to permit agencies of the UJA a final opportunity to evacuate many more thousands of Jews waiting in Baghdad for airborne movement to Israel. Now—only two weeks are left before this urgent rescue operation grinds to a halt. UJA must have cash from communities throughout the country to finish this vital job with maximum results. Since opening ot aidift rescue operation in May. 1950. UJA funds have made possible the transfer to Israel of more than 125.000 Iraq. Jews. 96,000 of them flown to Israel this year alone UJA funds through he Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miarm Jewish Federation provide for U immigration, settlement, welfare and rehabthtafion programs of the United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans. 400 Exported At State JWV Meet Over 400 delegates are expected at the fifth annual encampment of the Department of Florida Jewish War Veterans to be held %  at the Sea Gull Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24. State Department Commander William B. Hoftheimes of Hollywood will head JWV sessions. Officers will be elected Sunday afternoon. Hosts will be the Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Post J3U. headed by Capt. Lester Soldz. Bernard Koloff of Miami Beach is chairman of the committee on Off the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN pe of Israel Bond Issue and .United Jewish Appeal to coainate the activities of the two ises was announced by pel Finance Minister Eliezer %  Plan, who left the United immitfee To Coordinate Activities ; UJA, Bond Drive To Be Formed Vmation of a national comi the two activities are complete jointly representing the mentary tnd that both snou.n have the full support of all friends of Israel." J Pointing out that a number of problems have arisen as a result of which it is believed that co%  K.u.i, wno len me united ordinated action would be neip es this week after a visit of ful, he said a committee naa veral weeks. been proposed representing UM Mr. Kaplan declared that in UJA and the Amencar^Financial Siting its three-year program and Deve.opmrn^Corp^^t.on^,, he explained "would be to implement the desire of Israel to see maximum results for both endeavors. I have indicated to he two organizations che unde.bng principles which animate he State of Israel in respect to the fwo enterprises. ^ha? he to be able to announce that the United Jewish Appeal and the SfettSSS tee and are going forward to im plement it." I 1 Israel's economic developpnt. the State of Israel "placed Tong reliance on the traditional nerosity and sense of statesship of the American Jewish mmunity." The two points of e four-point program, ne said. M involve community-wide ac"i are the United Jewish Ap"'. for philanthropic purposes, a the State of Israel Bonds, for yestment purposes. fhe state of Israel is interestin the best results for both," Pointed out. "It believes that lan pM) NOTES OS THE US The record of the UN as a protector of human rights is deeply s^nmtsss ASS: sst'raij?, !" ,e h : to k wing The International Court of Justice has ruled it instead of staying out %  HFARD ASD RECORDED ... to the American concept than Ben-Gur.on. FROM 0 !" ER J 0UR ^' h Af r ca wil ,-eceive about a billion The Near East and North Afnca ^'U^ Christian dollars of A^ !" W W J^ According to the MoniScience Monitor ieporU,t om a 25 mi „ ions ,„ e cotor: "Israel and the Arab siaies rese ttlement. SJS wTnJT £ used agSst Ser NT East or NoVth African SSSgS TALK TO ^Xt D u"ve-rsUv-in Latin America. l he t ^Telebrate ite 400th anniversary." When Dr. Maurice is about to celebrate ^ Wor]d j ^ Congress Perlzweig, the executive ne ^ Universlty to prevail recently visited L' m J" l0 W part icipate in the celebration. Einstein upon P rofess f ? in h f m 'e U to the strains of a journey, but thanks rD r n pe. S lzS hrvoice will be heard. This message will be delivered through a record. STALIN CLAIMS ADAM ASD EVE^. ^ everyth g The Soviet Russia is boasiing oi were Russians other day MoWov told Sta.n 0 f A da e m idence ..mdeed," replied Stalin asked sternly. Have y !" *,/ Adam and Eve had no Molotov. "there is r fWe ev.d ^ ^ WeJSt"apples. Still they felt they were in paradise. They must have been Russians." $578,450 In Israel Bonds Sold Here Sale of Israel bonds in Greater Miami mounted steadily this week, spurred by the summer compete ion of the Council of Organizations. Latest official figures show 1,057 bonds sold for a tot;.I ol $578,490 in the first six weeks of the campaign. The K port was called 'encouraging, m indication thai our volunteei sales persons have not let up in thei ; endeavors.'" by Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman lot the local committee for the SoOO.000,000 Israel Independence ,Issue. The initial meeting of the wom! en's division, held last Friday I at the Royal Palm Hotel, sold |$14,300 in bonds. That figure was ] high enough for Mrs. Ernest i Peiser, national director of the | women's division of the drive, to call tiie Greater Miami leception her "warmest in my work i throughout the United States on behalf ol Israel bonds." Primary purpose of the gathering „s organizational, and the \ large sale of bends was indicai tive of the pace maintained by i w.men in the local campaign, i More than 40 per cent of all bonds s.,!d to Jate have been i turned in by women. Sunday at the Seacomber I Hotel the first meeting of the 1 Speakers Bureau was held, with a turnout of 60 persons. Harry I Simonhcff, chairman of the j bureau presided. Mrs. Peiser was the principal i speaker at both the Friday and i the Sunday meetings. She stressed the immediate nerds of Israel, I accelerated by the rapid immigra' tion this year ntcessitated by the deadlines imposed by Rumania and Iraq Among those accepting membership on the Speakers' Bureau are Sanford Swerdhn, Harold Turk, Capt. Lester Soldz. Edith Simmons. Harold Snapiro, Harold G. Shapiro, Simon Seiden, Juiius Jay Perlmutter, Melvin J. Richard, Morris Nasitir, Benjamin Meyers, Anna Brenner Movers, ; Harrv L. M^sid, Seymour B. Liebman, David Goodman, Mrs. 1 Lcuis Glasser, Mrs. Harry Gersten, Milton A. Friedman, Dor; otl.y Fink, Herman Binder, A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Jack Abbott. Lillian Goodman, J. B. Keys, Mrs. Murray Grossman, j Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Mr. and Mrs S. Halperin, Daniel M. Broad, Mar; guerite Marx and Harry Sonz. Agency Heads Will Attend Emergency Meet An emcigcncy meeting of all presidents, executive directors and board chairmen of local agencies participating in the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal will be held at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on FriIday, June 22, at 3 p. m., to discuss means of raising additional funds. Unless additional money can be secured, Dan B. Ruskin, president of Federation, said, local agencif.s will be forced to curtail full-scale activities. The emergency session will follow the first meeting of the board of governors of Federation, slated for Thursday, June 21, at 8 p. m. at Federation offices. On the tentative agenda are the appointment of standing committees; report on the campaign, report of the budgeting committee; report of delegates to the Chicago UJA conclave; election of additional board members; election of budget committee members; election of the executive committee; changes in the by-laws; and question of Kosher meals at Federation functions.



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PAGE 2 A Kaplan Renamed JCA President In Kaplan was rcelccted presidenl of the Jewish Centers Assocwti m at a recent meeting of the organization. Abo n imed to office m re M Muton Sirkin, Leo Sheiner, M J. Kopelowitz, vie presidents; ;',' s • Ma "' %  • % %  s retary; Mrs tant se< re••: William Kneapler, tn urer.. tn addition to these offi : : : : the b rd of direct .rs an t harles Adelman, Mrs Leo Alpert, Raobi S'mon Apri'., Mrs Edward L. Becker, Dr. Seymour BhiMionthal, Abraham Cohen, Ben Essen, Mrs. A. Fogel, Mrs. Sam Oertraan, Mrs. Joseph Goldberg, Rabbi .Murray Grauer, Leo Huberman, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Jiarojd Lebow. P,hl S -V Rab b f, Irving Leh'-'nan. 1 Hr ra J" fsllu i z, / hi,L OLAiu' VV Judge Kenneth Oka. Albert Ossip. Sidney H. Vr7%& n \ Arnold Renkoff, *red K. Shot-hot, Isidore Sinikowitz, Harry Sirkin, Milton Sirkin, Paul Sobel, Sidney Stiller. Mrs earl Susskind. Harold Thurman, A V nd %  £? %  ,9 arl Weinkle, Mrs. A. Fran!; Wellins. +Je*isi) iksridian B'nai B'rith Groups To Sponsor Play All local B'nai B'rith lodges and women's chapters are snnn. soring the Performance^of Ten• "'„.SSlEIft 2 "T^ f e Williams' Pulitzer prize [" t rn f tlon l Federation of Women Lawyers, of which she has Mrs. Meyers OK'd For Judgeship Mrs. Anna Brenner Mi n< nl W 'man attorney, wi play an important role at the c nvi ntion of the Floi Ida women I for Miami Beach 1 on June Mi Meyi n r< entl d by the Dade County Busiand Professional Women's Clubs to fill th( vacancy now existing on the bench of the circuit c turl of the Eleventh JudiI cial Circuit of Floi ida, \ graduate of Columbia University's teachers' college, she received an LL.B. degree from B lyn Law School of St. Lawrence University. Mis. Meyers is a member of the Dade County Bar Association, Miami Beach Bar Association, Florida State Bar, and American Bar Association; a member of the National Association of Women Lawyers for many years, serving as treasurer for two years; a member of the if ass %  %  %  %  %  %  I ; '. M.|,,| %  | : • Winning play. "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the Ro. Theatre on Julv 7 and 8. Featuring an all-New York cast, the play also took the New *ork Drama Critics' award and the Donaldson award. Jules P. Channing is chairman ol the event. Serving with him are Mrs. Ida Optner. Charles Wetnberg, Louis Huntington, Sadye G. Rose. Proceeds from the performI'ked for Hillel, it Brith youth projects. ADL and veterans' service, Channing said. rvations may be ma I calling Mrs. Optner at 4-327 I A. Frank Wellins at 48-4888. as treasurer for three served years. She is a member of the Dade County Social Agencies and has been active on numerous committees for several years; a member of the Budget Committee of the Community Chest of Dade County. %  ^__^^ • %  iuim nemns at &f • • ANNOUNCING • • 1 The Opening oi Summer Meeting Schedule Announced Throghout the summer, the Israelite Center, its Dora Stein bisterhood and PTA will meet on Tuesday evenings at the center building. 3198 S. W. 24th Terrace. Social and cultural proing arranged. A choral group has been orI zed under the direction ol Mrs. Philip Balin. PIIESf'IIIITIfllV HEALTH SHIM' Loccrted At The Prescription (enter 1527 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Complete Selection of JlHeienV Salt-Free Health Foods! &f From the Notion's Leading Manufacturers &f *> PHONE 5-6737 &f +J Jewish Funeral Services i £ 533-— ^STJSJJ s jya iverside Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flagler & 20th Ave~ Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave.. 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JUNE 22, 1951 7/ Say Bng through a service in the stately Roman |ue, one mulls over the irrational that clings sh' history. For in Rome was designed the for Jewish treatment that survived to our ne. It began with Constantine's enactment established Christianity as the official reli%  r the Empire. The very language of Roman langes from the impersonal-impartial to the Ive-abusive. The clerical spirit succeeded the [mean of classicism. CHRISTIAN REVOLUTION %  rone watching Constantine displacing the \n of Paganism with the cross must have felt Jv Jew had finally come into his own. For la'lilean had conquered. Therefore, Abraham Joscs, David and Jeremiah, Isaiah and Daniel be honored far above Alexander or Plato, or Virgil, Augustus and the other Caefenceforth, the Bible would be the patent Conferred nobility upon the blood kin of the the Virgin, and all twelve Apostles, t never was a people to experience a more jointing reversal of its apparent destiny. The was only intensified by the contraditions inin the situation God—a Golden Cloud, as a writer expressed it. The rabble were propazed with the legend of an ass' head the Jews lipped in th e secrecy of their Holy of Holies. Jiism resented the aloofness that refused to fir. the drunken revelry they called the Bac\\a. Suspension of work on each seventh day the heathen mentality as ludicrous, if not Irifiht laziness. lEFFECT ON JEWISH RIGHTS Jow Jewish ethics succeeded and displaced the s of heathendom. Salvation is oj the Jews Bed the new faith But the Jews themselves immediately reduced to citizens of a second Major and minor restrictions gradually unlined their "constitutional" status until all civic [political rights evaporated. In a medieval so}, their ancient privileges of Roman citizenship Inerated until they sank to the pariah level, out lounds with feudalism. Politically their status ime servi camerai, servants of the Emperor. In ie. protection was the gracious privilege con*kni<>l nor Mian PAGE 3 A The Dual Policy Of The Church Towards Jewry By HARRY SIMONHOFF ferred at will by the Supreme Pontiff. To a people on sufferance, the mob behaved with the impudent knowledge that violence would be overlooked if not applauded. In their duel with the Emperor for world hegemony, the Popes generally paid scant attention to the Jews in Rome. To be left alone in a fanatic age was a boon which made them the envied of their coreligionists throughout Christendom. Restrictive measures were enacted by Lateran Councils onlv to be disregarded in the Papal bailiwick. The Curia had heavy expenses, and Jews were on hand with gifts or loans. They were not free; but neither were other strata in medieval society. There were n pogroms, no expulsion; yet their position was neither honorable nor secure. ANOTHER MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT After a millennium passed, Humanism and the Renaissance began to soften the manners and rigors of a dark aye. Learning and beauty opened men's minds, while discoveries of new continents and new planets enlarged their horizon. The stage was set for the unfolding of a liberal, humane civilization. Again the prospects for Jewish liberation seemed bright. But again a paradoxical fate intervened. When the sun began to dispel the black clouds, impenetrable darkness settled upon the Jews of Rome. In 1555 a walled ghetto enclosed a community which for 2000 years had known freedom of movement. For three centuries, good and bad popes, liberal and fanatic popes kept the stock of Abraham in confinement. Almost in our own day were the iron studded gates of the Roman Ghetto battered and destroyed. THE CHURCH-EMPIRE The student might inquire why an ethical institution noted for social and political wisdom acted in a manner that subjects her to the twin charges of cruelty and bigotry. The answer lies in a religiopolitical empire unprecedented in human affairs, the Church of Rome that aspired to rule a planet without military might. Her authority could rest only in the human belief of her superhuman origin. Destruction of that belief would undermine her structure and foundation. Therefore in her calendar, heresy ranks the most unpardonable of crimes. From a handful of martyrs to world ruler, the Church triumphed over many nations. But with one people, her failure was spectacular. In every city or town of Europe, a large or small group of Jews ignored her temporal benefits and her promise of salvation. Everywhere cohesive and intransigeant, they presented a baffling problem to church conformity. Their very presence demonstrated that people can live, work, and die without the blessings of ecclesiastical protection. ITS DILEMMA The Jews could neither be ignored, nor suffered to live in prosperous infidelity. Of course, might be exterminated as were the Albigenses in South France, when they rebelled against Papal authority. Judaism could be forbidden just as paganism was outlawed. But the Bible cast her protective mantle over her chosen seed._ The cleatlanguage of the prophets about the ultimate return and glorious destiny of Judah and Israel could not be denied. But they also foretold of suffering and degradation such as befell no other people. The latter supplied the hint for a policy which at the same time fulfilled Holy Writ. The course of the Church was thus clearly charted. Jewry was permitted to survive; its life was even protected. But a terrible price was exacted for this survival and protection. Civil rights and political privileges were withdrawn. All honorable means of livelihood were denied. Occupations were limited to money lending and selling old clothes. At coronations, a Jewish delegation had to present the Pope with a Torah. He would accept it with the insulting formula: your law is good but you do not understand its meaning. Sometimes he would let the parchment scroll fall to the ground. Once a year, at the carnival ushering in Lent, naked Jews, obese or ungainly, were compelled to run a race on the Corso, to the jeers of the Roman rabble. As the service ends, one experiences a sense of the miraculous. In one decade, German Jewry was shattered and annihilated. Three decades of Soviet Russia, and the life of Judaism is ebbing fast. But in Rome, after all the vicissitudes of 2000 years, well attended services are still held in a beautiful synagogue almost within sight of St. Peter's. Shochet on Premises |e.-\. Wed. & Thars. 'til Noon IILFORD'S POULTRY CO. |101 N. 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PAGE 4 A Jew1stnori<0an EDITORIAL I A te and Death This is the story of two 13-yeir-old Jewish boys Jiving on the same street in the wretched mellah of Marrakech, Morocco. Nissim Abigassis is one of scores of human motors who work ten hours a day, six days a week, in the dark alleys of Marrakech. He pulls a rough cord that serves as a power belt to turn a piece of wood. As his arm flails away, a razor blade gripped between his toes planes down the wood until it is smooth enough to serve as a table leg. For his grueling work he earns 35 cents each day. After a day's labor. Nissim returns to a miserable hovel which is his home, hungry, dirty and tired. But there is little or no food, no furniture, no water in the miserable one-room house where the boy, his parents, a grandmother, two brothers and sister live, sleep, cook and eat. There is only darkness in the dreary life of Nissim Abigassis. Just two doors down the street lives Moise Zoubib, also 13. He shares a dark room with his family and in his house, too, there is not much to eat. But Moise will tell you that he is one of the luckiest beys in Marrakech, one of the tens of thousands of Jewish children in Moslem lands who get help from the Joint Distribution Committee. Moise goes to a JDC-supported alliance school. JDC provides him with a hearty lunch each day, milk in the morning and an afternoon snack. He knows French and is learning Hebrew. His two absorbing interests in school are the carpentry shop and the student farm. Moise wants to go to Israel some day and is preparing himself for a future in the Jewish State. Nissim Abigassis can see his future too. Each day as he carries on his bent back the heavyplanks he needs for his work, he passes the Jewish cemetery of Marrakech. It is a cemetery for the living as well-as the dead. Clustered around the gates waiting to die are the old, the blind, the sick. Unless JDC car. help him too, young Nissim may soon join the tragic group of'those waiting aMhe cemetery gates for death to release them Yeshiva .Medical fiJ An event, with moment. ***** m men,0us charter to ^^TSZ^J. emDowennn ; &f • ._' 0 I N e American Jewish community Z^ New York State Board J' B >i 1 "egentj empowering it to open M^"\' Univers ltv TKRl longer a dream .1, „ l£S* <*! the announcement of its bil'^1 educational authorities of the 9 ^ The Yeshiva definitely Idini displayed un'p^^^ej S.W N integrity of Yeshiva University n -H resents an affirmation of the eilS ^ ments of this outstanding insS^ and academic learning C J^ 1 uous faith in Yeshiva University M fied by the Universe's ^fA structive. educational program 0?J reach out into areas where it can be did est service. u t The pattern of educational endem*. has characterized Yeshiva University,^ has been marked by a distinctive M2 spirit. Since its establishment more 3 five years ago. Yeshiva University ha?eve] cated itself to a positive program dj blaze a trail of its own in confomitnH American democratic traditions of educctoJ in harmony with the spiritual tradiS*] Judaism. COMPLETE JOB REQUIRED from suffering. Unless this 13-year-old boy and the scores of others like him are taken out of the market place and given a chance for a decent future, they can look forward to nothing but a grim life and an early death. Their future depends on the UJA, through which JDC receives its funds, for only the American Jewish community can furnish the funds to bring the same opportunities to the human motors of Marrakech that it provides for Moise, and tens of thousands of Jewish children across the Moslem world. The Combined J ewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has fallen is i of its 1951 goal. The lack cf funds has bag, seriously the work cf the local agendei I depend on these monies to keep their docoi and their programs operating. Additional tolled the quota been met, would have ml the United Jewish Appeal. There are literally hundreds who ham, given a dime to the 1951 CJA, and todorl pledges are needed more than ever befal If you have not pledged, if you fee! yoifl in a position to add to your active COOBM call the Federation office, 58-4331. The nesif great. Vocational Service Plans Dinner Meet Meyer Elected llu Publicists Hank Meyei Miami Beach For First RirthHav public relations duvet,:, was oinnaay elect* ... ,: -president of' The Jew 'sh Vocational Service the Government Public Relations I W 'H mark its first anniversaryI a at a meeti at a dinner meeting on Thursday, West Palm Beach Kadimah Chapter Bond Unit Formed Elects Mrs. Sandier ing of the gi ip it New York. K. Jaffe, public relations director of the port of New York. was t lected president. Both men are past officers of the association, which was forknown as the American Municipal Public Relations Asson. Meyer was to have been principal speaker at the group's meeting in New York, but Mas forced to cancel his plans due to Illness in hiI i.t tht Organization of a West Palm Beach Committee for Bonds of Israel Government is continuing according to Mrs. Myer B. Kalmutz. acting secretary of the group. At a meeting held Sunday at the Sun and Surf Club in Palm Beach, representatives of all Jewish organizations in the arta attended. Dr. Harold Webman and Cy Argintar served as corePioneer Women Elect Mrs. Mintzes M| Joseph M -A,,, eli el i ri M r N Two of Mian Beach. Mrs. I. Rubin vas named non | „t i* 0t w *' >• Abe Sh vic L pi dent: Mrs. William Malmuth I treasurerMr June 23, at 6:30 p. m Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Dr. Robert M. Allen, professor of psychology at the University of Miami, will be guest of honor and principal speaker. The service has placed New Americans and other Jewish Sochairmen for the meeting cial Service Bureau cases with' over ino local firms, according to Emil Gjuld, president. Other officers of the organization include Dr. Morris Good' vice president; Melvin tary; and David oatsraan, treasurer. Harold is executive director ot tne gr >up, Mrs. Fred Sandier was installed as president of Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women at a luncheon at Tyler's Restaurant last week. Mrs. Bee Jaffer, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, served as installing officer. Others recognized at the rites were Mrs. Michael Fiedler, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Shapiro, second vice president; Mrs. Charles Delson, recording secretary; Mrs. Morris Aron, Mrs. Sam Seitlin, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Louis Silver, financial secertary; Mrs. Bernard Ranter, treasurer. Mrs. Hayden Renamed AJC State President M 8. A. A. Hayden Delegates includ-d Leo Schwack, B'nai B'rith; Gertrude Feldman, B'nai B'rith Women: Dr. H.rold Webman. Z.O.A ; Mrs. H. Brukenfeld and Mrs. Bess Brams. Hadassah; Harry Goodman Beth ElEugeni Krause, temple Israel Sisterhood; Norothy Go, dman. Ida Meltzer, Ann Kapner. AZA; Rita Moss,! !" 88 Helen Shapiro, Esther Aron, Eleanor Miller. Eleanor Kleiman, Lee Willen, Belle Eskin, Dorothy Cole, Lillian Bayer, Cytology Cento To Open JilyJ' The Cancer Cytology Crii of the Dade County Can.-rMT tute will be officially PJJL dedication ceremonies on Hfl at 2 p. in. An additionsl (tHH will be a scientific session %  held under the auspices f*l Dade County Medical ASM tion on Julv 3 at 8:30 p.M Dr. Donaid Smith has beaH pointed chairman of tbe**H tion committee. Assistini sa are Dr. F: anzier Payton. KM F. Marion. Dr. Ralph J*l J. Elliott. Mrs. Ben Aim* A. C. Comic, L. A. Wien,I M. Fleming, H A Bade: I Philip n. Rezek. Manufacturers Group Bnai Bnth Girls: Irving Kapner My er B. Kalrnutz, David Kate, Carl Altman and Cy Argintar. ividimutn, i ""• rt nayaen was rehold its annual ninnir •. A""' Nat Ostrov, fifleeted president of the Florida nolds p-, l 5 7 ') Gre /" Betrothal Y> Mrr. Aenm -Division of the wl at 10 \t %. S n da y V Juni -' 2 f ; : ^:.acson to Picnic On Agenda \ rth Dade Jewish Center will nnual picnic at Greyhold iti %  :. %  i v* %  !" ^ ;^: j aft sntJS**""^ d "" •Moatzat Hap.,:,: chairman is second year as head of the four Lnnn I uU U„* l Mrs. Ida Jacobs Her co-chairI !" 1 chapters, Miami C4D te, ^ 00n ljdk ^ Hotel men in'*i "*-> -• Wittner. two \ears as tho nra;/a--< ... .. nlpt..^ l._. *' 1er, Philip smith. Celia ar -d Brandels Chap-er Uftapter eis . Seven *' ,_jl t. Miami '•• r '., jj|l econd-cla.. milt. ^ SO, at the Poit Office o %  %  a., under the Act of <*' f ^ Tha Jewish Floridian mi "jg et Representatives to the national board include Mrs. LeonTho r r ? an u 3nd Mrs Hert zD i L chair man is Mrs. A Rubenstein. and publicity chairman i s Mrs. Martin Genet. Marriag* Announced Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Lorraine Auslander, 225 West Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach, to Sherman Ma !" an Milwaukee w on fiPn C0U ,?r Ie Wil1 live in Whitefish Bay, Wis, and will visit Miami Beach a s winter colonists olf course at Loon pionship Lake. tournaments with ilecS hanH? MoonUqht Cruise Slated ne?r W M eyerS n M Club f Pi BBG^JXSXrilSSka neer Women will sponsor a moonlight cruise aboard the Seven Seas on Sunday, June 24, at a p. m., according to Mrs. Pearl ^, ne f! er chairman of the ev?nt. The boat will sail from Pier 8, City Yacht Basin. lo w'-'fi! Nationa en Nawtpaneri. F Concert Scheduled A concert for Chicago delegates will be given on Saturday, fJrfr. 23 ,'. a t 8:3 Pm at th Je w A„ C "" uraI Center, 420 Lenox Aye., Miami Beach. i. rt n CipantI wU1 ^ Rose Dan BJT. n 8 er : Anyuta Melicov, ^'Ji.Pf; Paul Beck, tenor; A K h Brot "an.soprano, hv .h f SU PP'' w '" be served by the women of the center. The Jewish ruarantee the Kashni chan


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22. 1951 Ruth Ullian, Morion N. Greenwald Inge Vows In Temple Israel Kites m. service Sunday in Lrael united in marriage % ma Ruth Ullian and forman Greenwald. The icchanged vows before fch R. Narot. Fide is the daughter of [,l J. Ullians, 850 South five, Miami Beach. The >m's parents are the Jreenwalds, 2142 Alton ami Beach. in marriage by her ie former Miss Ullian lhantilly lace gown fashIth cathedral train and ine collar. Her finger|ell from a satin cap, and pi ayerbook was adornI white orchids. Loia Nevins served as I honor in a green gown te bodice and organdy |iss Ruth Lippson, Mrs. [Kaplan, cousin of the |nd Barbara Greenwald, Tthe bridegroom, wearing tre the other attendants. Schomaker, flower girl, t irhite organdy over green fGreenwald was best man brother. Ushers were Joikman, cousin of the alius Ser and Jerry Linet. Iwlyweda are motoring to City for their honeyide'g mother greeted. a Mown of champagne i matching hat and ShP wore a deep purple |orsage. Thebridegroom's chose a gown of royal p. and chiffon with a cor[white orchids. ier Miss Uliian is a of Miami Beach High re she was a member National Honor Society. t led Wellesley College %  now a senior at the Uni• Florida. She is a memAlpha Theta, honorary "ty. nw ild is a graduate ni Beach High sehocl and li si!y of Florida. Ke is | ir in law school there. I is to Pi Lambda Phi Bty. their return from theii loon, the newlyweds will [in Gainesville, where they oniplete their work at the sitv. >s Unveiling ition of a monument to lemory of the late Joseph formerly of 534 N. W. M.. will take place on SunJune 24, at Mount Sinai fery. Mr. Jacobs is surby his wife, Bella; two %  Morris of Miami and Alex few York. Arrangements charge of Sands Monu..'orn party. ALEM INN Ll Wile and Pete Francis le in and enjoy the pleasure pining on the water cms food prepared by ex• • • nominal prices. 450 Northwest No. River Drive the river just below W 5th St. Bridge. Parking for your car Jockage for your boat Jpen til 5 A.M. -ALL PETE Q_QOCJ Hobermans Wed At Lincoln Manor da? at d R U -. b r, le ring Service Sun IML v? %  %  £ m ln Lincoln Manor Miami Beach, Miss Laura Appelbaurn became the bride of Heibert Hoberman. Raobi Murray Grauer officiated, assisted by Cantor Jacob Tambor. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaurn of Brooklyn, was attired in a white lace gown with fitted bodice and lull skirt She wore full length making gloves. Her nylon tulle veil fell from a pearl and nylon tulle headdress. Miss Esther Hoberman. sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor in a gown of pale blue satin with matching headdress, Aaron Applebaum, brother "> tn e bride, was best man for Mr. Hoberman, who i s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoberman, 500 S. W. 29th Court. A dinner followed the ceremony. After a honeymoon in Silver Springs, the couple will live in Miami. PAGE S A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,i, TI f K IS "KKBHT GIVEN that %  ". unrt I :n,.k>sli-injc to enafi.,r nSi n iVi. u l! d ? 1 ; ,h fictitious name 4. v '\-< XM '-' l ; : fc ,NEN SERVICE. *< %  •IIS N. W. :h Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Merle Of the Circuit Court of Dade i ounty, Florida. l"i.I.is ALAN RRU8E STAXI.KV KRl-.SK IRVlxr. CYPEN (Owners) Attorney for Owners •li" Lincoln Road Miami [:...,, %  (,. Florida 6/22-29 7/6 HI Refined Couple or Woman Wanted to share comfortable bedroom apt. Full kitchen privileges. Good location. Ph. 58-7501 after 6 p. m. Millard, 1569 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. I Wimm^ WMfaf, tmeel m i—u — tornl.rl.1,1, fitUrf. ruLuMy yric4. Ph. 48-2064 MAIL ORDERS FILLED B NIVERSITY MEN'S SHOP XX NOT t, U~ (M.. Cnl t-U~. ftaH* Mrs. Morton N. Greenwald LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT RE; *?.f ,^ TY FLORIDA JOSEPH CHOJNACK1 I deceased, T i < r,o, C l^ IN1 "ENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE •lui" '? hereb J u'ven thai l have L'.i a r. •"";'' r '''"'" : ""' Petition for Final Discharge a Executrix ..r the estate %  r Joseph Chojnackl, deceased and that on the S3 das of July, 1951 i "ill apply to the Honorable W F Blanton, County Judge of bade county, Florida, for ap val of mild final report and for final dlmharae ns Eexeeutrlx of the estate %  %  < Joseph < hojnackl, tleci a This :'"iii ,1,, ,,r j UI ,e, 19.1 ... '•-' SOPHIA CHOJXACKI AMos BENJAMIN Attorn. \ for Honhla Chojnackl, Fxecutrlx •1 22-2!i 7 >;-!:'. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 141811 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FAY KLAPIIOLZ, Plaintiff BAMCBL KLAPHOLZ, Defendant. Vcui. SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ, 17 Schwarsburg Strasse, Frankfort on .Mam. Germany, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to Ihi H of Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney. HAIKU. I> SHAI'lltO. 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file Hi lginal In the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before July 14, 1951, otherwise • %  Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED June 14, 1951. E. H. LEATHERMAN, (Circuit Clerk Court Seali By R. II. RICE, JR., Deput) i HAROLD SHAPIRO Plaintiff's Attorney ii27 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 6/22-29 7/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictil name ol FLAMBEAU APARTMENTS ni 1126 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida BERTHA EAST V N ANNIE JAi'i IB8TEIN Sol" owners. AMos BENJAMIN Attornev for Applicants 6/21-29 7/6-13 Leading health authorities say: ''TASTES BETTER AND IS BETTER FOR YOU!" Enjoy the fangy, zestful flavor of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring I i % % % % %  In business under the fictitious name of DIXIE APARTMENTS at lilt W. 5th Street, Miami. Florida, t.. register said name with Ihe < lent of the Circuit Court %  >< Dade I Florida SAM flOLDMAN ESTHER GOLDMAN MICHAEL M I8ENBERG Attorney for owner-. 1107 Biscayne Blvd. %  \ 2:-21" 7/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ei in business under (hfictitious name of MIAMI BASKET CO., at 150 N. W. 1st street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IV J. COLBERT CLEMENT li GOODMAN WILLIAM l BRENNER Atl irnes for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fl rlda 8 22-29 7 6-13 The Great Hew U. S. ROYAL LIFE-TUBE FIBST ICE SHOW ON MIAMI BE.ICB LIMITED ENGAGEMENT STARTS RL, JUNE 29 EVE3. *:M • SAT. A SIN. 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iris&^-S PAGE 6 A *Jmlsi>nor*Han <( Strictly Neighbors i> By HELEN ALPERT 'BARGAIN BAZAAR': A carnival of joy and bargains is promised for the Sunday night oi July 1. when the Miami Beach "Y" unleashes a million Hiilu ideas. Tagged its "'Bargain Baza..!." this will he a White Klephants on Parade .Gifts fluttering ill already include dells, line toys, a lovely salad bowl and soup toureen. and an engaging little piano-bank ... Oddity that always strikes one curiously i< how one woman s white elephant is another's divine pet, It all makes for a good :icial round—what you don't care even to dust, suddenly is another's "must" '. Everything will be available there, except elothing. Proceeds go toward scholarships (or the day camp At the planning meeting the othei nigh: on the "Y" handball court, grouped like an O'Neill setting under on,, tall light. mil pie were formed. Over-all chairman is the magnificently eapable Bea Hubernu.n. Julie Samuels, the executive di l t ir, busied himself with notes for the announcements. These names will ring a bell, when they ring your hell for assistance: Jack Lampert and Freddie Sewall, heading games and booths Lila Gross, for now merchandise • Reyna Youngerman, in the sorting and pricing department Esther Levitan, in charge oi publicity Harriet Cohen and Gertrude Schneid idents in chai st production Lucky winners of the prizes 'and there's no admission-rate) will get ^rie week's free luxury swimming at the ocaanfront Delmonico Hotel: and professional dislocation .if the hips known as the rumba taught by the teamed experts, Bill Crayton and Chana 1pez. Their dance-studio is at the Delmonico. HEBREW ACADEMY SUCCESS: The early rain on Saturday night may have washed some pie straight back into their living-room, but you wouldn't i the ibsenteea—the Kingston Hotel was so packed with sev< ral hundred supporters of the Hebrew Academy's Father's Day dance and barbecue Ethel Mamches' enthusiastic description opened with her note on Maurice Mamches' singing of "Hatikvah" (can't blame her being enthusiastic about that man) Then. Coral Gables' Basha Teppt: entertained with her violin and dancing. The Kingston's Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller'were official hosts. Mrs. Miller wearlack lace An orchid and silver loving cup presentation honored Mrs I Makovsky's pasl preside! I thi Hel demy Women Inten nt< atti • n was visiting Rabbi Danzig of Arizona, who brought friends B train-load of best wishes Meyei Cohens, former part-owners ol the Tides Hotel before thi elves in Arizona ... It all makes cial round, aa ild previously (it was in our midst will be the Brilliant family n Jackson Heigh: Now at the Kingston, they plan to settle It son entions to you, "There are the two Brilliant you needn't get huffed and say your kids are clevi It's really their name, and a very smart one. I i n envy the aplomb with which their Daddy calmly troductions, You know how men manage these matters. On< says, shaking hands. "I'm Greenberg." The other. "Glad to know you, I'm Fenster." The other. ••I'm Brilliant." I betcha this "iy speechless, Wish I could do the san e. WE MAKE 8MM & 16MM COLOR MOVIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Weddings — Reunions Bar Mitzvahs — Parties Television Commercials Fishing Trips Fashion Shows Conventions Picnics, etc. Artvuo Color Movio Studios 2525 S. W. 8th St. 48-8685 Ailcen Waldbaum Betrothal Told of Miss A i e e n W dbaum to Q ild Taub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taub of I Peterson, N. J., has been announced by he,parents. Mr. and i M !, George Waldbaum, 2375 S. w. 2h Lane. The bride-elect •... luated from Miami Senior High School and is now : student nurse in Barnet Memorial Hospital, Patei son Mr. Taub. a native of Pati attended school.thi re and is now enrolled at Rutgers University. No date has been set for the wedding. KabceneHs Leave For Jamaica Trip Following Rites Jamaica is the honeymoon spot for Mr, and Mrs, Martin Joseph Kabcenell, who exchanged vows on Sunday at the Roney Plaza H ite] before Dr. Joseph R. Naret. The bride is the former Miss abara Cecile Boyell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell, lti!)0 S. W 1st Ave. The bridee Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Kabcenell, Pontiac, Mich. For the ceremony, the bride chosi n of candlelight tulle. The bodice was sprinkled with seed pearls and the bouffant skirt was worn over hoops. A satin he secured her fingertip illuveil. she carried a white prayer book adorned with a cascade of phalaenopsis. Mrs. David Weiss was matron of honor for her sister. Miss Barbara Weinei and Mrs. David Kramer also attended the bride. All attendants wore gowns of blue embroidered organdy. Robert Kabcenell was his brother's best man. Seating guests were Jay Langer, Miami, and Kenneth Solomon, Pontiac. Upon their return from Jamaica, the newlyweds will reside in Bayonne, X. J.. where Mr. Kabcenell will enter the Naval Supply Corps Training School. The former Miss Boyell attended Rollins College and the Universities of Miami and Florida. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Kabcenell attended the University of Michigan and was graduated from the University of Miami Law School this month. He belongs to Phi Delta Phi and Zeta Beta Tau. I Among the out-of-town guests were Judge and Mrs. Glen Gillespie and K> nneth Solomon, of Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kabcenell. Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. David Weiss, Park Forest. Ill ; Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Seckbaih and their son Mtrvin, I and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler | of Tampa: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bronston and their son. Donald, I and daughter. Barbara. New Rochelle N V. FRIDAY, r uly IK3 l rl >i<*,g "'" ^nance's ^J*fc J Fein of RU, M F1 Beach 41 C *l -P'e Plans ,, t r* v r *r Mrs. Martin J. Kabcenell Jocelyn Pianidc ''" High school &i studied art in WashiDBai and Mexico City. Mr. Loebl attended!. N York and North I hi fore coming to the 1^, of Miami where he ea| 1 He was a a Nu Beta Epsilon. law L and Alpha Phi Omega,"!, nity. He was in tie] for three years, tvo tft were spent m the FJO. Bass Unveiling The dedication of a monumi nt to the memory of the late Max Bass, formerly of 1359 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. January 24th, at l p. m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. 'Bass is survived by his wife, Clara; and a sister. Lil Baker. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. 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JUNE 22, 1951 *Jeist FhrMfan >• •F Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Rabin announced the engagement of their daughter. Lynn, to Louis v. Ifson II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miteheil Wolfson, ; : a recent : ing at the home of the prospective bride. The Rabins live at 1446 Lenox Ave.. and the Wolfson's home is at 5030 N. Bay Rd. No formal announcement was made, but the couple's intention was revealed by serving cakes with wedding rings baked inside. No definite.date has been set for the marriage, but indications are that it would probably take place in the early fall. Miss Rabin, a native Miamian. graduated from Miami High school and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She later entered Louisiana State University and then transferred to the University of Miami, where she was graduated. She was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Louis Wolfson. also a native o: Miami, attended Miami Beach High school and graduated from the Berkshire Prep school in Massachussetts. He then attended Oxford Academy, switch.;': I Grinneil College in Iowa for two Rabin Here's my secret... erSOnaliy Speaking Native Miamians, Miss Lynn Rabin, ,nd Mrs. Ben Jonas. 248 S.W. 48th Avenue, left this '^ XV()ltson Plan Fill] Wedding a combined business and pleasure trip, which will to New York Detroit. Chicago and Indianapolis r ;t to return in September. Mr. Jonas is chairman of Idship Club of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community ian Luria of 4575 Post Avenue, Miami Beach, is leav-' [week to visit his children in New York City md Far >y. N.Y.. and Bridgeport. New Haven and Anscnia, %  % %  % %  fing their children and grandchildren in Brooklyn Bay. L. I., and Norwich, Conn., are Mr. and Mrs. Abrafcrman, 3555 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach + %  Ernest Chernoff and son, Edward, 1601 S.W. 23rd are leaving this week for Blue Star Camp Hender N.C., where Mrs. Chernoff will serve as dramatic the cimp staff. hmering at their cottage in Woodstock, N.Y., are Dr. |. Edward G. Lear. The Lears will return in September 'to open their school at 1010 West Avenue. Miami + and Mrs. Albert Hauer will mark their twenty-first anniversary which takes place on June 21 with a in cruise. Mr. Hauer is one of the owners of the Airrokerage Co. of Miami. on a 16-day Caribbean cruise aboard the SS Alcoa | are Mr. ind Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs. George H. Fay. They will rt of Spain, Trinidad, Willemstad, Curacao. Ciudad Dominican Republic and Kingston. The group sailed |n Orleans. [and Mrs. Jack H. Rosner of Lake City, Fla., announce of a son, Mark, on May 31. Mrs. Rosner is the former J. Gerstein, daughter of Mrs. Lillian L. Gerstein and Morris J. Gerstein of Miami. Paternal grandparents | and Mrs. William Rosner of Jacksonville. I tbert Laster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laster of j received his B. S. in chemical engineering from Purdue pty on June 14. cctioning in Hot Springs, Ark., is Mrs. Anna Berow, lerson Avenue, Miami Beach. From there she will go bit and New York, where she will visit with her children sir families. She will be away until fall. Brotman will leave by plane June 25 for Banff and Duise in the Canadian Rockies to serve as a delegate [Canadian Authors convention being held July 2 to 7. le to the meet she will stop off in Montreal with her [to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her nephew, Peter Nathan i. which is slated for June 30. Miss Brotman, music holding a Paris scholarship, will be heard in voncerts ^treal, Ottawa, Toronto and other Canadian cities. She jve with the music department at McGill University for imer session. Upon her return, ehe will resume her Iciasses, as well as sponsor several mijor musical this coming season. and Mrs. Harold Rand have just returned from the [where Dr. Rand attended conventions of the American Association and the American Diabetic Association in City, N.J. %  + and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 1751 James Avenue, Misach left this week for a two-month visit with their X the Aliens, in Flushing, Long Island. tending three months in Staten Island, N.Y, with their In are Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian AvIMiami Beach. + % w Miami vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn, rsonville, N. C. include. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hutter and | fichael; Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Simon and son, Robert; : and Mrs. Chas. W. Jordan. %  %  %  and Mrs. Al Berman and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Klein osts at a sweet sixteen party in honor of their daughters, and Rhoda, who have been close friends for many The affair was given at the Sea Gull Cabana Club. Rationing in New York and New Jersey are Mr. and ferbert Sher, 2111 S. W. 21st Street, and their sons, KenFnd Arthur. Mr. Sher is manager cf the Florida branch 'kstone Bros. Dairy Products. fand Mrs. Sam Seitlin and daughters, Barbara and • are leaving this week for a vacation in New York Lake George. N. Y., and Canada. In Lake George, Mr. will attend a convention of Aetna Life Insurance repitives. • and Mr 8 Tjvjn Goldstein. 6337 S. W. 14th Street, an| the birth of their second son. Edward Steven, on May j 8> Goldstein is the farmer Miss Mono Pastroff. Grandee Mr. and Mr*. Alex Goldstein ef Miami. PAGE/ A Shower For Bride-Elect Mrs. Frederick B. Miller of 1215 E>ytcnia road, Miami Bead., will honor her sister, Mis s Jocelyn Planick, at a luncheon and Shower at the Roney Plaza Hotel "ii Saturday, June 23. Cards will follow. Miss Planick's engagement to Burton Loebl recently was announced. The ceremony will take place July 8 at the Roney Plaza. Horn Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Horn, formerly of 2425 S. W. 27th Lane, will take place Sunday, January 14, at 10 a. m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murj ray Grauer officiating. Mr. Horn i is survived by his wife, Esther; a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Spero, of Miami; and two sons, Jack and Abraham of New York City; also two grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. NO CONSTIPATION NOW. AFTER YEARS OF MISERY "For years I had been taking many kinds of laxatives. Then I tried ALL-BRAN. It not only keeps me regular ... I really f£P enjoy eating it every day!" Rudy R. Adler,141020thSt., Miami Beach, Fla. One of many unsolicited letters from ALL-BKAN users. 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\rvatives Map Huge Rational for Sabbath Obnerranve IRK CITY (AJP)—All. al pesters and newspaper and it the Conservative radio appeals built Broun I I Completed tenative catchy slogan "Preserve Your fcn all-day conference j Heritage—Observe the Sabl lv to embark on what land the publication of pam| ID be the most wide-' on Sabbath manners and terms. Eorful, concerted efThe first nationv Undertaken to hammer • for Sabbath : 1)s i c nation's Jews the imscope, the undi Sabbath observance. | based on "a completely new ap^wiislhJEIIiDipidlilaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951 SEC. B lonwide campaign, to begin next Yom Bill utilize a completely pproach in getting its Icross to more than nerican Jews, Dr. Emil [United Synagogue of Official, disclosed in an with the American ress. aspect of the sweeping Lehman said, will be to eliminate violations jbath within local conIncluded among the are smoking at Oneg ceremonies and holding and parties on Friday t completely modern apthe Conservative units to us e every gimmick Pepper To Speak At Julu lib Rally Sponsored Ku Hvavh It'nai Hi Kit %  & M .r Claude Peeper will be guest speaker at the Annual July 4 Americanism ralby Miami Beach B'nai B'rith. in Flamingo Park. The patriotic observance is a traditional community project of thi B'nai B'rith unit, and is coordinated this year with the be in the process of forming in Greater Miami July 4 observance 17 regions throughout American, committee, headed by Col. MitchThe regional groups, in turn, will: e 11 Wolfson. set up local units to carry out the | The committee in charge of intensive campaign. i the Miami Beach event will be \ sa 8 e of a more active citizenship Local committees will arrange headed by Gilbert J. Balkin. and ; as the way to guard American for advertising and newspaper j includes: Gershon Miller, Jack liberties and to provide for the Gold, Jules P. Channing and world a living example of the Samuel W. Shapiro. Featured vitality of free government," he will be patriotic musical numbers declared, by the Miami Federation of Mu! proach," Dr. Lehman told American Jewish I'. "We are using m 11 irn selling methods, in addition t i old ioned preaching," he said. The present time-table sets Yom Kippur as the opening date of the campaign. During the summer months regional Sabbath observance committees will dependence will be: "A Year Of Rededication,'' it has been announced by A. B. Kapplin, B'nai B'rith's national director of the Commission on Americanism and Civic Affairs. "These ceremonies will inaugurate 'A Year of Rededication' ', to awaken Americans to the value of the rights they enjoy and the need to resist attacks on these rights," said lodge president, Samuel Shapiro. "We want this celebration to carry the mesdrives to press the drive. Conservative rabbis will be urged to devote one sermon to the campaign during the High Holiday messages next fall. Local ccessful in modern sales pageants and inspirational services marking the drive's start are planned on a local level. Local Conservative Sabbath committees, meanwhile, are ex|in order to get their obprogram over to the public. Direct mailings of eye-catching circuing Jewish wives and (to refrain from Sabbath [and shopping are being |rn..dern approacnes yianie Conservative branches oread d i s t r i bution of on "How to Conduct the Jight Ritual"; professionsicians Concert Band, furnished Frlrlia Tails f'roHe through the courtesy of Roy ^ aQ,e le,1S ^ !" QS Singer and the Musicians Trans.'Only In America' cription Fund. Theme af the 1951 observance of the 175th anniversary of the pected to seek the cooperation of i signing of the Declaration of Inother organizations within the I community, including Zionist %  T c ,,, T ni 4 _..j groups. Jewish War Veterans and rwo students To Attend others. Red Cross Training Camp The younger generation wUl sws May Face lOther For N. Y. :il Presidency YORK (AJP)—The like!iat two Jewish candidates fcace one another for the City Council President fall's elections was inthis week with reports ilcpublicans "seemed to l that Rep. Jacob Javits [be their candidate. tal Party officials last designated a young Jewish Rudolph Halley, of Ke| crime probe fame, to rep[them at the polls. Halley led to stand firm against Administrators. bd pressure from Republi| |n in favor of Javits, of liberal causes in younger not be overlooked in the campaign. Literature and education aimed at having youngsters urge parents to more fully observe the Sabbath is being coisidered. Efforts to integrate youngsters into Friday night and Saturday services by assigning them actual parts in the services are being probed. Plans for the epic campaign were reached at a meeting reTwo students of Dade County schools have been selected to attend the Junior Red Cross Southeastern Area Leadership Training Center, Miss Margery Conroy, local Junior Red Cross director announced today. Sylvia Pearlman of Beach, Robert E. Lee Junior High, will attend the training camp at Camp Green Cove, from PHILADELPHIA (AJP) — A lump in his ailing throat—this one caused only by thankfulness and appreciation — the Jewish comedian, Eddie Cantor, here to receive an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, told 1,909 young Temple University graduates this week that "only in America could a kid who never finished grammar school receive such an honor." Cantor received a huge ovation from the graduating class. It is one of the comedian's first pubI cently elected president of the Miami lie appearances since being hospitalized several weeks ago by a throat ailment. —Ardmore Studio Mrs. Irwin Weinstein Mrs. Weinstein Named To Lead Miami Hadassah Mrs. Irwin Weinstein was reTuxedo, North Carolina, c7nUyrn a the U offTce; 0 f''th;'uniied August 22 to September 1. Benjamin Shifrin Dies Miss Pearlman is president of the Junior Red Cross council at Miami Beach High school and is active in the Junior Red Cross county council. Prenitzer is program chairman of the Junior Red Cross county ; Mrs. Lena Shifrin, and a brother, council and was recently honored i Dr Aaron Shifrin, both of Miami bv a presentation of the DamenBeach. "-—* 'Gordon Synagogue of America. Participating in the planning of the campaign were representatives of the U. S. A., Rabbinical Assembly of America. National Young Women's League, National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, National Young People's ScX? SSSaftSft Si i stein Award for being the m 11 Gordon Juner tional Asociation of Synagogue| ffffSSuf^^J^^^^J^ Benjamin Shifrin, 1?, of 847 Commerce St., Miami Beach, died Sunday afternoon in a local hospital. He came here 10 years ago from Jersey City, N. J. He is survived by his mother. Services were held in Funeral Home chapel, ace in Woodlawn Park cemetery. Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, comprising 11 individual groups having a combined membership of 3,000. Others elected were vice presidents, Mesdames Morris Alpert, Isabel Altholz, Aaron Courshon, Peter Brod, and Fred Jonas. Bernard Stevens. Also, recording secretary Mrs. Philip Greenberg, corresponding secretarv Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg and financial secretary Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Max Gratz was named treasurer and Mrs. Moses Krieger, parliamentarian. %  i the Liberals had said \v prepared to endorse the Congressman said he preferred not to T als then agreed on 1 major candidates for : yor here last No: A in-Italian Found. Vincent R Iml the post over DemFerdnand Pecora and Reban Edwaid Corsi. South Florida's Most Popular and Complete i Miami Accountants led To State Unit bcrt M. Altemus, president le Dade County chapter of Borida Institute of Accountpeecntly received announceil offical notice from David In, secretary of the Florida lute that two certified pubfccountants in the Miami area elected to membership. •y are Harold S. Bamberg iWilliam F' Juriet. pmus pointed out that memip in the state organization Bed on high standards of peal, moral, and professional imenU. The Florida Instiif Accountants correlates its rial activities with the pican Institute of AccountOnly persons who hold I 9 to practice as CPA's Jlorida are eligible for state bership. 1 new members will be honby the Dade County chapter In early date, Altemus stated. (nasta To Be Feature Tamara Meeting canasta party will highp the final meeting of the sea•i Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Tuesday, June 26, at at the Netherlands Hotel, in Drive. nts will be comi moonlight cruise on Seas Dream Boat, to J %  Sunday evening, July 1. k'ts may be obtained bv callMrs. Samuel Weinbaum. Mrman, 82-5237. 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PAGE 2 B J(p/.f fhrHinr Universiiy of Miami BEACH TOP' CONCERTS John Bitter. Music Director BOX Oil III W0W OPEN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Daily Sat. 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. Soloists Guest Conductors Save 10 r ;— Buy Sub. Books TELEPHONE 87-4960 MIAMI BEACH S FINEST AIID LARGEST JEWISH FVNERAL HOME L. A. L.vine Irving Blaibera Co.eth Heard Funer D c ~ r9 *^ %X Sr By llclircw >l< k di*al •Journal M.iik2 llh Kirllidav Th( appearance >l the spring Volume I. 1931. of the Hebrew Medic il Journal I Harofe Haivri) inaugurates the 24th successful yeai ration under the editorship of M ises Einhorn, M. D Written in Hebrew, with English summai ii s, the journal is ,i contribution to the development of the Hebrew medical literature, and thus aids the newly I lished Hebrew University Medical School in Jerus ilem, In addition to the usual mediarticles, under the heading Old Hbrew Mdica] Manuscripts;" there are presented a treatise on "Persian Medic n< and Its Relation to Jewish and Other Medical Science Commemorating the Millennium of AviDr Zussman Muritner of Jei usalt m and an article on "Medical Material in the C. % %  : Karaite Law of Eh;...". Bash; atchi" by Dr. Leon Nem IJ : Vale University In the section 'Israel and Health," Dr. Chaim Berlin discusses "Venereal Diseases :n Israel" and Dr. M lecai H< xl on "The Care -of DeafMutein Israel." I urther inf irm ition • > obtaine I bj c immunicating with litorial office of the IK'•' ; 'I J '.. nj :. 983 Park Avenu \ Vork 28, \. V Recently promoted to the rank of sergr.int was Marine Reservist Herbert Geltner. 22. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner. 1784 S. W 5th Street. Young Geltner recently completed his boot training at Parris Island. S.C.. and is now stationed at Cherry Point. S.C.. where he is an assistant in the photo lab. 7 ilUU Member* Attend Parley Seven local members of'the B'nai BYith Girls left this week to attend the District 5 BBG < %  invention in Greensboro N c June 23 to 26. Convention site is the campus of Woman's College. University of North Carolina, according to an announcement from the local PBVQ n f. rice. Mimi Levy. District 5 secretary, heads the Greater Miami delegation. Other delegates include th t Maxine Gerstenfeld Marcia Karish, Barbara Lew' Marcia Jervis Enid Bognar and Barbara Gardener. I The four-day "onclave will in the National BBC. convention will be elected during the corvention. Venetian Hotel Sold The Venetian Hotel, 1451 North Bayshoie Drive, has been sold by the S. A. 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%  ****Tf**i' JE 22, 1951 +Jwi$Lfhridjan PAGE 3 B % r Institute tor Returns ConHaves rnest Ayre, director of County Cancer Injs returned to Miami fting New York and Ire participated in a bf medical conferences ckefeller Institute and | ; University, where he i the setting up of a | arch program with Dr Jiambers, world famous | Bologist who may come | to head a new micruroratory for special eel] larch. This would inl>ve cell experimental kutilizing tissue culhniques. btreal. Dr. Ayre met with | of a group of university Is in conference there. \ 31, he closed the Mcpiversity Cytology Reaboratory which he forlirected. Dr. Ayre has This entire research debt to the Dade County [institute, which he now Lnd is setting up an ex[P search program in coln with the Medical ReFoundation, ve cell experimental laand the micrurgical lawill form an important to the program of the [institute, he said. Letters To The Editor To the Jewish People Of Greater Miami: I am going to call a meeting in the name of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, of all the presidents of every legiti Jewish congregation and ask them to help safeguard the dignity and honor of the Jewish community. When I came to Miami there were about three or four thousand Jews living here, and there were only two congregations, Beth David, the mother congregation, and Temple Israel, the daughter congregation. Since that time we have increased to about 45 thousand Jewish inhabitants and about 20 congregations. I have had the honor of helping to consecrate almost every Jewish synagogue in Greater Miami. I always rejoice whenever a new synagogue is founded, to take the place of those that were destroyed in the old world. But lately my heart has been saddened by the actions of two congregations, which have employed rabbis and then have not paid their salaries. I have had several meetings with the officers of each of these congregations and have called in several rabbis and outstanding business men of the community to help the problem of each congregation. In one case we had four meetind at each one the officers j promised to settle, to compromise the amount due the rabbi, but these compromises were not kept, and although the business men I have called in to help solve the breach of contract have themselves contributed each a few hundred dollars, and one of the members of Temple Israel has borrowed in his own name for the congregation $1,500 to be paid the rabbi. The congregation has not yet paid the balance due the rabbi according to the compromise. In the case of the other congregation, they owe two rabbis amounts that also were j compromised and not paid. The aim of the meeting which will be called is to have the legi; timate congregations protect the honor and honesty of the Jewish people by helping to prevent the 1 formation of synagogues unless they are financially responsible for their commitments. Such unethical and unnecessary conduct in our outstanding honorable Jewish community must be prevented in the future, and the two congregations whose rabbis' salaries remain unpaid, should be made to feel that they must help to uphold the honor of our fast growing Jewish community, which in every respect has taken its place among the finest in the country. Let me close by saying what every Jew here knows that I am always happy when a new congregation is organized, but I am very unhappy when some of these synagogues" fail in their honest dealings with the officers employed. Very respectfully, JACOB H. KAPLAN, I President, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. 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PAGE 4 B V'.Jfuisii Fh>rk09n -Bride f u„. Iiaj | | ... Mrs. Jerome s Rosokojj Scisorek. Goldberger United in Jersey Rites United in marriage in a N< • Jers. y ceremony on June H Mis • Elii %  L vrenci Goldtx l''". ? : M" iS U th d Mrs ffenrj s • • Miami 1 %  M and Mrs L. i • \ .1 1 N I %  ... : %  %  Diane L. Predinger Weds .1. Rosokoff In Beach (Ceremony The patio i : the Cad Miami Beach, was 1 Diane Lo • : 7. %  S W 5th SI %  %  '1" %  N Y .• G fl tod %  gown with 1 iquet :'..:. ses lion %  p nk Miss Ellii nd M S i • %  • %  The bride's lue lace wn hile the ue la n with limps. was gradual iami Senior High I'niversitj Alaand w .%  Dental Hj giei S I Temple Univi Mr. R is ik N was from ." %  Falls H and tinState Uim | New York for Opthuhiu, Dispensing. The couple will reside -it 1885 S. W. 6th St. FRIDAY JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned I Otis Shi was given in marriage by her fathei T ttendants included int. Mrs. Samuel Halpe n f East Orange, N .1. and her "ster, Mrs Julian A. Rickels I Mi imi Beach ; '" % %  was Charles Mendel%  %  • Patei %  pti .n, the : York • E ChelMiami B B.S. d %  sity of Miami. R ••' : i REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 Judith !. • pnuni Judith Lois Lippman Is Betrothed To Leonard Platt Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lippman •I Ni A Y rk City announce the "f their daughter, Judith Lois, to Leonard L. Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Platt 1020 Venetian Way. Miami Beach! The bride-elect is a Graduate : Syi ise University, where she studied art. She is an active member of the Art Students i League and exhibits many of her : w rks at the Contemporary Arts' GalUry. Some of these are now on display A navy veteran. Mr. Platt is a graduate of Ohio State University, where he majored in banking and finance. The Platts who have been residents of Miami B. the past IS years are n .w constructing the new Del Prad i Hotel on 26th St. and Ave.. which will t.pen in fall. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Rosenbergs Mark Double Celebration Miss Leah Belle Rosenberg be| came the bride of William Henry Wilson on June 17. at 3 p. m.. ,,„ the silver anniversary of the in i is aerated by a patented process to reim~ oxygen to make „ refreshing'and ZSSEZ And as an aid to health. Tripure Water i. unequal. It acts as a powerful solve" and neutraljzer of harmful body acids It help, It ai'dTn l :H he ,Ver f nd flush ^ "dney? It aids in the natural elimination of waste matter from the system. You might as wellenjoy the water y 0u dnnk Have Tnpure Drinking Water delivered to your home today. it's Free of Chlorine! PHONE Miami 2-4128 Pt. Lauderdale 5191 te' Us explain Our tow-Cosf Home Service Electric and Ice Coolers Rented... Or YouMay Have Tnpure Water Dehyered In Bottles To F,t Your Own Refrigerator. t*rl Distillers of Aerated Trip ODUCTS CO. 652 Northwest 14th St MH



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%  —BnFB^ I H ^^ !" JUNE 22. 1951 +Jewish fhrktiairi PAGE 5 B iiiniiif Chest tmttve Hoard ted Bm Prexu number executive board named by Sam H. Menewlv-elected president B31-52 Community Chest. L. Abess, James I. .. and Paul R. Scott are presidents of the chest I each help advise Mc[n administration, policy and planning the winId raising campaign. L on the advisory commitHarry Hood Bassett, vice nt. First National Bank of Edgar H. Chambers, it. International AsociaMachinists; Oscar E. financier; James L. general manager, Miami and last year's campaign er: Stanley C. Meyers, atand Baron de Hirsch financier and attorney. Burton P. Nuckols, presipentral Union; Mrs. Hollis art: Henrv O. Shaw of Bios. Oil Co.; John E. executive, S. A. Lynch [McGregor Smith, president a Power and Light Co.; eorge E. Whitten, president, lie's. line for prospective Chest %  es to file for membership Any agency maintain%  qualifying standard is privto join the Red Feather b.. Round, Square Ball' Planned By Masada A "Round and Square Ball" will be sponsored by Miami Beach Masada Young Zionist District in the Star-Lit. Pi • the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday, Jun< 24, a1 8 p.m., announced Gertrude dal, chaiman of the affair. There will b< professional callers for the square dancing and music will be by Allan Kole. This is Miami Beach Masada's second fund raising event on the summer program to support local and national Zionist activities. Irene Kestenbaum is puolkitv chairman. Sandra Palmer is in charge of arrangements: Lou Roman, posters; Gus Berlin, tickets: and Mcnle Popovn, doer committee. ibier Bar Mitzvah in Brambier, son of Mr. \y Samuel Brambier, 919 _5th Avenue, will become [". .ah on Saturday, June It 9 a.m. at the Miami He! and Congregation. S :i April will officiate. (ii nan, who is a .ituindoah Junior High will be feted at a recep.; w me the service in the Ll ill of the synagogue. 7 Miami Teen-Agers To Attend Judea Camp Seven Miami youths will attend the National Youth Judaea camp, Tel Yehudah. Hapstead, N. H., according to a recent announcement by the Southern I Zionist Youth Commission. The group includes Barbara Falk. Rona Fox, Joseph Murray, Madeline Palay and Leonard Tupler of Miami Beach. Sandra Rose Frogel of West Miami, and Irwin Segal of Miami. These teen-agers will attend either ;he July or August sessions, taking part in all rei activities including sp cussion grou ps, leadi courses, and familiarizatii n oi Young Judaea proj< l t! Beach Library Opens Rare Coin Exhibit The Miami Beach Public Lifirst. brary has issued an invitation to second the public to attend the cui display oi rare i oina from the y of O.ius. Fla., leading collector ol this an a. The exhibit includes one t th< 1792 "hall This was the first ined in the U S, Mint, and George Washington n : silvi. this coinage. Gold dollars and half and quartet dollars, round a Historic Costumes," the "Textile Designs," and the third "Antique China and Glass"—all were composed of material from the library's own IS with loan items from private collectors. This display will be on \ ii w fl the tM >:t four weeks. .* U-M Student, Alumnus Announce Engagement To Dolores Clientoff octagon in shape, three-cent nickel and silver pieces, Old Colonial cents and Indian wampum an ,,11 included. Also on display are a number of early American documents. Among these arc "apprenticeship paper" in which a father places ins eight year-old daughter apprentice to William Rittenhouse, famous Philadelphia lawyer for a period of ten years: an old "slave deed" that dates back to 1712. The present exhibit is the fourth in a series being held in the rotunda of the library. The Two U-M students, Miss May Morgenstern and Frank K. Lipschutz, announced their engagement recently at a dance given by Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Mr Lipschutz. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. .Lipschutz, received a degree in industrial engineering last week, but his finacee. daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Morgenstern of 1127 Euclid Aav., Miami Beach, still attends the university. Miss Morgenstern is a graduate of Miami Beach High school where she was a member of the National Honor Society. Dolores Chernoff Leaves For Israel Do! res Monday k City, v. will •.-.' tth %  [or a six I • ..: : Si •. N ight .in %  .. High She is ty at El T. 20*60 N. \v. 22nd Avi Saturyears! 'day, June 23, at 8:30 i Beer Party Planned Young Adult League i Miami Jewish Community ter will sponsor a over par tl i HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS .. 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PAGE 6 B FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1951 frjenislti f/trfctiJiBi FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951 PAGT7D Mount Sinai Offers Beauty Treatment Designed To Bolster Patient's Morale M.,*w;..,. j. ...... Nothing perks a woman up lucre when she is feeling low than a new hair-do or a new hat But how can she lift her morale when she is confined to a hospital bed.' This question is being answered by Mount Sinai Hospital, which' recently introduced beauty service with a bedside manner to its patients. A portable bedside beauty unit on wheels, with dryer attached, and equipped with everything one would find in a modern beauty salon, will administer to thost requesting beauty service. The unit will be operated by a beautician dressed in a pastel green uniform. Mount Sinai is the first hospital in South Florida to institute this service. Announcement of the inauguration of the new beauty unit was made by Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. vice president of the women's auxiliary, who said the service would be added to those sponsored by the auxiliary. Chan man of the service will be Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Approved by the American Medical Association, this service is operating in over 400 hospitals in 39 stalls. Physicians report that no' only does this add to the patient's comfort and improve her morale, but it further accelerates her recovery by its psychosomatic influence Local beauticians are used for this service and lake a short course in medical ,.lines, hospital routines ami special problems of beautifying the bed-ridden. The operation from permanent wave to shampoo can be administered without disturbing the patient's head, as it does not require a rinse. The unit must be sterilized before it can be used in the maternity paviUion, and it contains its own sterilization compartment for tools used in the beauty operations. Beauticians must follow the usual hospital routine of visiting maternity first, then proceeding to other floors. A cap, gown and mask are reserved for the beautician's use on the maternity floor. This service is expected to be a favorite with the patients in maternity, who want to glamorized before going home All beauty services are subject to the approval of the doctor in charge, and can be given only with his permission. Orientation classes were conducted by Mrs. Florence E. Dresser, of Dayton. Ohio, national representative of this program, at Mount Sinai Hospital before all nursing supervisors on the new techniques of doing sectional shampoo in bed on the critically ill. Specialized cases m eye surgery, cardiac and coronary cases, and also orthopedic and body casts, where it is imperative that the position of the patient remain undisturbed, wen' demonstrated. Services available to patients include foam shampoo, waves, eye-brow arches, manicures, facials and make-up, tint-bleach, touch-up. permanent wave, hair shaping and dry combing and brushing. Tiler,. i s a service for men, too, which includes shampoos, scalp treatments, haircuts and manicures. Gift certificates are available Bauinochl Heads Mr. and Mrs. I nil Art Baumoehl has been named president of the newly organized Mr. and Mrs. Juniors of tin Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The group is composed of young married couples affiliated with the synagogue. Other officers of the group include Monroe Dixon, vice president; Mai ion Sussman, secretary: Gertrude Dann. treasurer. Committee chairmen are Herbert Cole, social: Pearl Graham, membership; Ruth Cole, refreshments; Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein, by-laws: Monroe l)i\ on, parliamentarian: Marion Sussman. publicity: Murray Ornstein, ways and means. Next meeting of the tion is slated for Tuesday, June 26, at 8:30 p.m. Flagler-Granada Wins 1st Round In Softball The first round in the second .annual Miami Jewish Community Center men's ftball intramurals at Churchill Park ended last week with the undefeated Flagler-Granada group declared the winners. The second round begins this Sunday, June 24, at in a. m., with the center men facing the center Varsitj anil at 1 I :30 a. in. the Young Zionist District meeting Flagler-Granada. Winners iif this seconil round will meet Flagler-Granada on .Inly 15 in the pla> nil In tile '.'ill' ftball int ramurals GYA ha bei n declared u inner of the first i Kind. To Intern At Mt. Sinai Michael L. Horwitz, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Horwitz. 1420 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, will graduate from the Chicago Medical School on June 23. Horwitz served with the 9th Air Force Medical Department in the European Theatre of Operation for 27 months. He will report foi intern service at Mount Sinai Hospital ll;a!tvsali I nil To *' Films Miami iInit i r Junior Hada sah has issued an invitation to all young women between 18 and 25 to join them in viewing color films of Mexico Citj and Aeapulco, t'> I leat u: i .1 .,! the group's lust social meet ng "I the summer season on Tuesday, June 26, at 8:1:") i). m at the "hacienda" i'i Miss Eiki ii 1; ody, 222 Zamoi a Avenue, Coral Gable I lav Camp To Open At itcat Ii 4 Viilrr Happyland Day Camp will open at the Miami Beach Center, 2100 Washington Avenue, on Monday. June 25, according to an announcement by Miss Eva Glassman, operator. Registration .s open to boys and girls between eight and 12 years of age. Miss Glassman said. Happyland, will offer a program .if activities, transportation, lunch and an afternoon snack. Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Happyland Travelogue will take children on Saturdays only to various local points of inter. Additional information may be obtained by calling 5-0271. Sales Tax Changes Some changes from the old tax law as amended by the 1951 legislature at Tallahassee have been announced. Changes include: religious, charitable and educational shows are not exempt; funerals above $500 are taxable, unless casket is billed separately: and soap, soap powders and detergents are no longer exempt The Weizmann Institute Gets $25,000 Grant For Cancer Probe NEW YORK (AJP) — Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth, Israel, this week received a $25,000 grant for its cancer research program from the Damon Runyon Fund. The presentation of the grant was by Dan Parker, president of the fund, to Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of the executive council of the Institute on the eve of Weisgal's departure for the Jewish state. Cancer research at the Weizmann Institute deals with the chemical, biological and endocrinological aspects of tumors and other abnormal growths. Shapiro Will Present Life Of Judge Mack Harold Shapiio. narrator the "Builders of Israel." will present a biographical sketch of I Judge Julian Mack on Sunday, June 24, at 1:15 p. m, over station WINZ. "Builders of Israel" is a special feature of the Yiddish ClassiI cal Hour of which M. Nasatir is ', director and J. Birnbaum is the social director. sc/t/iTett THE OLD COUPLE GO FOR A WALK "TOGETHER." HERE IS A CONTEST FOR FL0RIDIANS ONLY position in which the patient I s0 ln;it well-wishers may give must remain. A specially built I "beauty" to their hospitalized dryer attached to the portable j friends. Each beautician gives at unit can be adjusted to fit any I least one free beauty treatment to position, and its heat control unit a service patient each week, can be operated by the patient. 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PAGE 8 B >Jeist>fkr***n FBIDAY • JUNE] Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday a*. 11-12 A.M. 1-w flabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 KisiBitaH STOP THAT Toilet Tank • HM V(ll B TLMI'LK COMMON Nuisance • NSTALL TODATl AND REDUCE I TOUR WATER IILL | • Pally (.imr.inrfd |t, At Voor Hardware Pralrr r Phon* 7-7574 MIIMIT lli.lt.iil.lc r.O. Bui *: X. MIAMI. FI.A. NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Commentator Israel Warship* Leave I 8. Alter l.i-ihiij Visit Completing a good will and training visit t. the United which took them to fivi E %  ard citit son b $500,000,000 State Drive, two Israi "Misgav" Havi n I and naii" (Defei %  New V k this week for Israel. The Israel warships, undi I command of 30 % %  • a old Commander Shlomo Erel held but impressive departure cer< monies at Todd Shipj I in Brooklyn where the -hips were overhauled prior to sailing for Haifa, th< ir homi On hand to review the ships and crew were Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman, executive committee of the Greater New ork Committee of the State ol Israel Bonds; Arthur Lourie, Consul el, neral of Israel: Yos I NV\ Israel's Senior Consul; Colonel Chaim Herzog, Chief Military Attache, Israel's Embassy; Captain David D Hawkins. Director of Training I I • 3rd Naval District of the U S. Navy: and Comr Joshua Goldberg, i Naval Chaplain Third Naval District. i %  %  g Erel, farewells from Ca| I 11. .'. kins, Dr. Gi Idsti in nd Mi Lou: ie, present. ,! t p tile I". S. N vy the insigm ol thi I Navj He l ted 1 Captaii II.. %  :. kin %  thi Israi Navy "fi %  m thi yi ingi I i in tl It • • itest f our thai • n : r !: • >piir visit Vmi The 1 ed in revii thei lirect for Is ComErel togethi with L:. Con %  R nd Lt '• S ppei Hagai : ferencv in whii %  .... A %  : 43 E ed. "t t of 1 L'niti stal iven %  %  %  I ei rtt :•. the • the tales N that %  %  I by veterai I I |'s V • tion camps Thi I /in throughout Ami 1 ih y wen • nl at State Bond ships arrived in New York on i A| il lit), and stayed here I ti n before visiting Boston. They n proceeded on to Philad phia, Baltimore and Washington In these five cities, more than 10.000 people visited the warships, and an estimated 50,000 wer e turned away. Alan Kaplan Will Attend Med School Alan Leslie Kaplan, son of Mr. •and Mrs. Ben Kaplan of 4350 Post Ave. Miami Beach, was graduated from Washington and 1 Lee Un vi tj al Li xington, Va and i>I..n to continue I a t Ci University Mi lical S iol. Whin • Washin I Lee. hi was named to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholarship so li tj H< member of Alpha Epsilon Deli... premedical Zeta Bi • %  • T iu, social fi.it. inity. Kaplan was als i senior mana g< r of the varsity tennis squad and member of the varsity i country team He was named to Phi Et'a Sinm.i. freshman scholarship ety, and the W iti Friars, honorary sophomon ciety. DOOM Roosevelt Temple Plays Hostess To Entire District Roosevelt Temple 33 of the Pythian Sisters played h to the entire Fifth District of the Pythian Sisterhood Wednesday night at its closing meeting of the season. A spe ...: Flag Day feature highlighted the evening. through the n ofHYLON TENTS The Cost is reduced more than Vx 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOOD'AND SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Milivahi, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. 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IE 22. 1951 ****lsi>ncricfiar Social Unit Officers Besinger Jva^ elected 0 f the AAvnt Social lii> Miami Jewish ComEti r at a recent meetI group. tlrivd to office were Iviknff. vice president; Bhackman, treasurer; |k and Marlene Lurie, jjin.u secretaries; Florin, recording secretary, kl ol single men and 1<-| IS, the club meets jjnd and fourth Tuesday %  nth at 8:30 p.m. at the j he group has inauguri £i ies of musicales the third Tuesday of each |b holds dances at the the second and fourth On June 23 the theme ace will be "Gay Nine| PAGE 9 B Needed stenographers and typi ntly needed by the ipartment of Labor in Jon. l5. Ci to aid in the [defense effort. J. A. pager of the Miami EmService office an%  oday. |]ily for a starting salary ir $2,875 with a year's le, applicant must be at tears of age and able to words a minute, or take at 80 words a minute on to typing 40 words a %  Bliss pointed out the Si i vice offers 26 days' and 15 days of sick Ich year. There are also pn.;l opportunities in secadministrative and profields. pe interested in one of positions, may see the department representative, be at the Miami office, [E. 1st Avenue, on June nd 29, from 8 a. m. to 4 la Plans Fete li Beach Masada Young |Di>ti ict will hold an Oneg (t Friday, June 22, at 8:45 the home of Sylvia Na%  128 Collins Ave., Mian.i GOOD NAME | more to be Mured than riches." Proverbi OR DON UNERAL HOMEjfMBOLIZES EVERYHNG A GOOD NAME IMPLIES |Por 25 years the name •ORDON has been as Cla 'ed with serv.ee to teat Miami Jewish causes £7 time of need lei help you as we have p f r other gratefu' families 'ORDON 2 S -W. 12th Avenue h01 >* 3-3431 or 9-1436 /• I. AHERN F neral Director The News Is Good! FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, almost every day, frejh news is created by the fine performance of this great new U.S. Royal Master Tire. OWNERS AND DRIYKRS of the new Master tell us eagerly about it. They also tell their friends and neighbors. Almost without exception the story and the news are pretty much the same a story of entirely new personal experience in tire life and safety. WHEN YOU HAYE THE CHANCE, just listen to a Master owner talk about his tires. Ask him a few questions. Or even better: LET US SHOW YOU THE TIRE ITSELF! LET US SHOW YOU the De-skidded, texturized tread that, for the first time, can give you "total ^_tread iepth" safety safety that can remain fresh and new when other tires are old and smooth. „ LET US SHOW YOU the strong and beautiful sMewalli protected by the exclusive Royal Curbguard against scuffing and defacement. GOOD THINGS TO SEE AND KNOW! It is good to know these important things in tire advancement. Things that bring you entirely new standards of comfort and safely with easier steering with Air Ride (road absorbing) comfort — with extremely low cost per safe mile^ ^^ If you will ee and kno v these things before you make guy :te investment, you will understand the 'great strides that have been taken in tire life and safety. See Your U. S. Royal Dealer! // there it tlm ttighiett delay in filling your order, he will render you expert service on your old tires, 'til your new tires arrive. Let him hear from you today! SPECIAL NOTICE! ROYAL MASTER OWNERS! Remember that you own the most valuable of all tires. Remember that there are th'ee deep levels of life and safety ip every ti^ Remember thp a.t •" b HVti o! wear all of your original KOYALTEX tread and traction safety can be fully restored and renewed without recapping or anything of the sort. Don't neglect or deny yourself this advantage which only the Master supplies. Let your U. S. Royal dealer keep you in fresh, original non-skid security when other tires are giving up their lives! U.S. ROYALS SKID PROTECTION! BLOWOUT PROTECTION! LIFE PROTECTION! UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY *1 oo Gets You Rolling! Yes, You Can Pay As You Ride. Convenient Credit Terms. Over Twenty-Six Years In Greater Miami U. S. FACTORY TYPE FULL CAP FULLY GUARANTEED Norton Tire Company Inc. 500 We Flakier Street MIAMI Ph. 3-409 .• We We 2nd Ave. MIAMI BEACH 11.* I Alton Road Ph. 78-8715 Ph. 5-5115



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PAGE 10 B + tewitb FkrkMar FRIDAY B'nai BVith Plans Judaism Talks In Summer Camp The B'nai B'rith Institute of Judaism has announced the summer session for 1951 to be held August 1-5 at the institute's quarters at Wildacres, V C. The mountain retreat is the birthplace of the summer institute plan and adult education of B'nai B'rith and was inaugurated by the North Carolina B'nai B'rith Lodges in [948. Dedii 1 > Jewish learning, the program adesigned to inspire and inl ;idult members of the southern < immunities and, at the same tune, to provide vacation facilities and pleasant surroundings. Theme of this year's lecture ttries will be, '"Judaism Through tiie Ages" with top exponents of j lbbinical thought and concept as lectures Rabbi Oscar Z. Fasman, president of the Hebrew Theological College, Chicago, will deliver three talks. Applications may be made with Dr. Philip Naumoff. chairman of District Reservations. Doctors KUulding, Charlotte, N. C. or t.ie president of their local B'nai B'rith lodge. Reservations will be accepted in the order of presentation. Chairman for the institute for District 5 is Maurice .-V Wein*-tein, of Charlotte, second vicepresident of District Grand Lodge f. B'nai B'rith. For further information call the office of the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida at K2-9996. B'nai B'rith I nit To Sat Loader.** Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of ; B'nai B'rith Women will hold its 'first annual installation dinner dance at the Sea Gull Ho1 ami Beach, on Sunday. June -4, at 7 p. m. Mrs Tena Katz, prei i lent ol the B'nai B'I ith W m >n's C mncil of Create: Miami w ill c induct the candlelight i she will install Mrs, G ild P Soltz as president: Mrs nd Epstein, ti-st vice president; Mrs. Bui ton Ya vice president; Mi • l' SI rt, correMrs Maurice Lew .'!• in, i v irding seci et try; Mrs Nat Shusterman. treasurer: Mrs. Paul Needelman, financial secretary.. Mrs. Stanley Falke, parliamentarian; and Mrs Stanley Saval, historian. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice president of Fifth District Women's Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith. will offer greetings on behalf of the district. Mrs. Irving Cohen and Mrs Joseph Golden are in charge ol arrangements for the affair. Mrs Golden will act as t ustmaster. Dinner will be followed by dancing and entertainment. Prominent Miami Beach citizens, under the leadership of I L. Mintzer. builder and developer, are planning a testimonial in honor of Councilman Burnett Roth, pictuiad above, the r.ewly selected vice mayor of Miami Beach. The event will take p'ace Monday ever.ing. Jur._> 25. at the Hickory House. 3l.ul.iss.ih Group Plans I. II lie li ro n Hannah Senesch Group of Ha• issal will hold its first summei ••flanin the form of a luncheon %  •nd card party, at Moy's Golden Dragon, 23rd St and Liberty, Miami Beach, on W< Ini lay, June 27, at 12 no, m Canasta, brid ng and other games will be played, ac• ii lii g t > Mrs Ab hairman Hei aides incl the Mesdames N i n a Amst< i %  am, Abraham G i e e n b e r g, m, Ralph Sp I Teitch and Max Weitz Re lions re n iv. being t iken Tropival Loi f To f##r Dr. Ciriin Di M B Ciriin will 1 % % %  imbei s : T pica Lod Bnai B'rith. at it's regul %  • eting Tuesday evening Jun 26 :1 ,: %  Fed : ition i onferen i •om, 420 Lin. %  %  %  : will be, • Pr ib1 jms ol Blood !' r %  %  in Co %  unity." D CirI n ih lirn • • %  ., nk •t the Mount Sinai Hospital. Progi i! in, M ix B i iwskv, will outlim f,„he 1 dge's % %  •• i be held thi first v in July. A doi 5 g lal wil s t and arrangi mi nt %  made f n the Dade C luntj Bl Bank Hospital Unit t i modate men • ind their friends who wish t i give blood for the VA II in Coral Gables. P lident Lewis Sternshein has announced that refreshments will [>.• served to each donor. Men bers of the blood bank committee include Howard L. vine, Sam Kessler and Irwin Goldoff Legion Busy Preparing For October Convention Advance plans for the multimillion dollar 33rd annual American Legion convention here October 15-18 have been announced by Ed W. Bait, national convention director. He predicted that the convention will bring between $3 l 2-4 1 -.million to Greater Miami. According to Bolt, four conventions will be in session at one time, comprising 7,000 delegates and and 40,000 members. Bolt outlined all other ne ressary preparati ins including I ing, printing, catering, communicati ins, transportation, and purchasing SAL Names District Passenger Agent Ralph L. Progner has been appointed district passenger agent for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad in Miami, succeeding Horace E. Hitchings who has been named assistant general passenger agent for the Seaboard at Raleigh. N. C. The appointment was announced by W. J. Ficht. general passenger agent for the line in Miami. See or Phone. Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIPE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lift Ini. Co 907 Bitcayne Bidg. 19 W. Fijg.tr St. SUMMER PRICES B'nai B'rith Luncheon Units Combine Meetings Miami Beat h L idee an i North B'nai B'rith, have bine i thi ii luncheon club i ng • i be held through >ut h week at Tues' National Hotel, 1677 ColUr Avenu it has been d bj Di Wilbui Wi Miami Beat h I. >dg %  lunche m i I A. J Kapl in v..;: >rve luncheon ch N r th SJ L .: m i Le i Steinman, North Shore presi I -nt, will co' •it Samui 1 W Sha' ,; ch lod Pron iI peak pul :. :.:. %  ii ; •' attend "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels. Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St Anniversary Program A special anniversary musical program on Simon Seiden's J ish Forum Hour Sunday. June i4. will feature Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth David and Mrs Cillian Nelson, pianist. The feature will be heard from 11 a.m. to 12 noon over Station WFEC. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ••honee I-M17 — t-irr? §1 N. E. Sth tt.„t AL MEIDENBENQ, Owner Tune in "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 11-12 A. M. Directed and Announced by W. Miami Mason* Charles Cherry was appointed worshipful master of West Miami Lodge U.D., F. & A. If., on Friday, June 15. The ceremonies were conducted by Right Worshipful Dr. Russell A. Williams, district deputy grand master of the 29th Mas ink district. Officers of other Miami area Masonic lodges participated in the rites. Others elected to lead the West Miami group are Benjamin Flink, senior warden; Nm man B. Freeman, junior warden; Phillip Salpeter, treasurer; Milt m Sachs, secrretary; Mathew Slepin, senior deacon; and Noble Botwin. junior deacon. Also Carl Whitted, senior steward: Julian Pressley. junior steward; Jack Sternsttin, marshall; William George, tyler; JUNE; SPECIAL Lucky Strike Bowling Drives Special Student Rates Daytime—Evenings 25r—;M3r Leagues si.or. 2975 S. W. 8th Street Call Res. 48-8615 Cornelns Flvm, ,. iynn assist!" Ha? IS? 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JUNE 22, 1951 SGAL NOTICE SALE OF BUSINESS • Vs IIBRKBY GIVEN that LXMAN has. iv f 'I"' : '" 1 \ |). l'.'.vr, wold the busl\ UERICAfN 4'ltY I'K %  \i;E COMPANY that he t'l i-tlnf t Sb. 151 NortbItiver I'rlve, Miami. Dade Jlorlda, to WILBUR C. I JR., Who will continue the ha at the same address; )N WAXMAN will not be for any ami all delitH lnthe AMERICAN DRY k,i SALVAGE COMPANY ,,f said sale. WAXMAN. has the iiuthurjliiiul. '< ,v "e :,l "l settle for %  claims, ami obligations due llgned and he will pay on invoices or other notices, obligations owing by the iiN WAXMAN on account fid business up to and inhe 4th day of June. A. l>., SIMON WAXMAN. I.. BLOOMBERG for American Dry Dock Company r,M Kuildlng Florida CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND )E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 141703 LR OF PUBLICATION ANN MARTIN, Plaintiff, YfAHTIN, Defendant. IAIN MARTIN Carolina Avenue. S. K. r&i D. C. MM: HEREBY NOTIFIED II for Divorce has been filed >ii and you are required to .opy of your Answer on the attorney, and file the origi,. offloe of the clerk of the .nit On or before the 11th .uh. 1951, In default of which Of Complaint will be taken m %  ii against you. nth day of June. 1951. K. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court .1. TALlANoFF foi Plaintiff Road leach, Florida. MCE Hi less Itl.VI •lyli %  %  t'U Count UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that gned, desiring to engage inder the flctltloui name ,E MANORS at 7SLM and Avenue, HI iml Beach, ml to register laid name • k of the I % % %  %  uit I 'ourt of .. Florida. P.EN.IAM1N MANN DAVID SILVERMAN TALlANoFF r Applicants. • :E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  CE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i llv R. 11 RICK. JR.. L„ Deputy Clerk. IN DIETZ, Esq. In R I Iteiu-h, Moridi ATTENTION [ATTORNEYS! he Jewish Florldlan solicits your legal notice*. appreciate your go and guaran•e accurate servic* at [legal rate-. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE Z***[s*nori(Uagi 1! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^! AND FOR DADE COUN C TY CU FLOR N IDA. IN CHANCERY FLOR No. 141602 ?O^B|Mo^DMA^ en -' nt Ml Brtghtwater Court Brooklyn, New York You are required t< serve i mm f your Answer ,„ ,„.. ,,,,, f a ~M plafnl upon Plaintiff, atfornev, MHJ „ 'V. MANNHEIMER, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and flE the one Inal In the of, h ,.','.,.^ of the ( ,r,.,„t Coup, iT| f £ County, Florida, or. or before theSth day of July. A I), |95i; oU.erwiV. %  MMH win be taken a. confused Dated: this f,th day of June, A D., E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Cuorl By R. II. RICE, II: ir,i. (SEAL) 6/-15-2i-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 141606 ORDER OF PUBLICATION MARION RAPI'Al'oRT. Plaintiff, NATHAN RAI'I'Al'oRT, Defendant TO NATHAN RAT-PA PORT Clinton Prison P. O. Box I! Damemora, New York You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill 'ATM v and C( >. 8-29 7 8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to • In business under the fictitious name of Miami Webster Company, .it i'_'l N. W. :MII Court, Miami, Fla Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ROBERT 8 BORST, s-.ie owner. I. R. MATERS Attorne) fot Applicant 41" Congress Building 0/15-22-29 7 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT col'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No 141538. SOUTHEASTERN NATURAL GAS CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. J Ii PENNINGTON and SAI.1.IK PENNINOTON, his wife, et %  %  11. f. ud.uit-. TO: J. D PENNINOTON and SALLIE PENNINOTON, hi f< W. P PBSNINGTON and HELEN L. PENNINGTON, his wife; HELEN HENRICKSON and, II n i I 1 er unknown spo ISi If di ad, all t"' enow n h ii d< >• %  %  • • %  legatees, gi ml %  parties claiming by, through, undi r or agalnsl any or ellhi r %  < the above named Defendants, wfjo an known to be dead oi alive; ana all persons or pnrties otherwise having or claiming any right, title, claim or Intel out I to the following di Ibed • %  %  • %  ; %  .to wit: |,,t 14, Bloi :• I, • %  : ORANDVIEW PARK, i Sui' l i Islon, ai cordiijR ,,, ,),,. p|,! thereof, recorded In Plat Book 5 page '•• of "• '' li. Records of Dade C TOU" ARE HEREBY N'OTIFIE) that a suit to quiet title I > the described propero has been against you in the ibovi ;' cause and you are herebj requl • I to sen,, a copy of ypur Ansn I'leadimto the B '1 Of I omplaitt on the Plaintiffs ttoineys, Pallot. silver. Abdo A Mulloy, •"' '"7V Vi Building, Miami. Florida and file he original of such Answer or i %  i in.s with the CTefk of the C Court on or baton the 9th day of lulv A D. 1951: otherwise, i I Pro 'confess, will lie entered against y Thli notice shall be published once ..;„h Keek for tour .-..• %  -.•. % %  .•iv.. weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID AN. DATED this lib daj ol June, Wlt B D. LBATHERMAN, ,-... \. ,.{ Cln iiit C iurl in and f,.Had. %  • rlaB .Circuit cou-t <>£> w worKINO, • ^^^^ "ITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 2. 1 T. MIAMI 32. FLA PAGE 11 B IN Ti?K l f.f„,?, V ,.. PUBL 'CATION i-, ,. IRCLIT CIlfRT UK TUP V •\'ND n .', "r %  ••< %  ''• CIROJI? •rj.i.iiM POR DADE COUNTY ILORII-A. N CHANCBRYi NO! VIVIAN TOSCANO Plaintiff, vs To"\S T ^ CA T NO '"••i"li>nt. -ii M'-'I:",.!;'. I'", 1 : 1 1 %  ""Island, New York servi a copy of your answer to the ." -mplalnt In the above cause ::.:"\;",;r %  • %  I I piamtifrs %  ,..,and file the original in the of the Clerk ot the circuit June lM '"' ,:"•"• th -''' ,|a >" f UH.. I.'.,]. othiTwis.. and [.in „# *JJ will be taken ,,s conM Dated, this 2J day of Mav. 1951. E. It LBATHERMAN lerk .f circuit court I Co].. 1 'oi;' ( r\ Kl.e-id'. (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE, MYERS, HEIMAN !V"'K V,,.^ Attorneys foi Plaintiff 150 Seybold Ruildlng %  Miami J2, Florida 6/1-8-15-22 iv N ,?,T ICE BY PUBLICATION IN IIH, CIRCUIT COURT •>f THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?? CHANCERY, NO. CHARLES GEORGE HAMBS Plaintiff, vs. ELLA HAME8, Defendant. TO; 1:1.1. A HAMES, Apt. 28 1671 Lexington Ave. New York. NY. TOU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the l.ill of com', plaint for divorce on plaintiffs attoriiey. and to file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit court on or before the '.'9 day of June, 1951; otherwise, the hill of complaint f..i divorce heretofore filed n, win be taken as confessed bv you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29 day of Mac, 1951, E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the c. ;u court. lit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING D.C MICHAEL M. ISENBERQ Atty. for Plaintiff 1407 BIscayne Bldg. Miami. Florida, 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, NO. 1 I! 100 JOSEPH DEUTSCH, Plaintiff, \ H ELIZABETH DEUTSCH, dant. TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH 993 Columbus Avei N.-w Yolk City, N.w York TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complalnl for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff! attorney, FRANK 1: FREEMAN, 1521 Ran American Rank Building, Miami. Florida and file the orglnal in the office "f the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 28 day of June, 1951, In default of which this Of Complaint will be taken .is -11 rused against you DATED ih 29 da) t>f May, 1951. B R LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f the Clrcull Court (("in uil 'ourl 81 By U C FEIGE, 1 ii p ity Clerk. 6/1-8-15-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SI ITICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ,. bnslnesf 11 %  hi nf BEST 1 '1NANCE CO.. at R ford Rulldlng, Minn FI01 Ida Int. mis ti n glster name n Ith the 1 "lei k ,,f 11, • I County, Fl0Tm ESTHER BERMAN Mll.l'i IN R M VNNHEIMER %  12(1 Lincoln Rod. V : %  i 6/1-8-13-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERERY OIVEN thai the undi signed, deslrlns In 1 ngag< %  Iln Avenu. leach. Ii %  .! b. r.-eIster v '" •' k .,"'.','"' lorida M \\ 1 X d 'MAN HENRI FESSLER HARRY DIETZ Vtton ey for A .'n Road 6 8-13-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN' PROBATE, NO 26018. In R. ESTATE OF ETHEL D OWEN. Deceased ToAII Creditors and All r ; onHa v \£ "claimsot Demands Against said v ,'''ind each of you. .tie hereby BMSMBSS i,i, • ,,f you. ii %  ininst th. ftnij ,S s win v ft KAPLAN l-'xecubir 6/1-8-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTiriOUS v. „.. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  '", underslgiiad, desiring to engage "1 SwiSSR. u nd ?. r :l "etltious name pi BENDIX LAUNDRY at 8878 N. W. .th Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the 1 l< rk '. th „'' ''. ir '' : i, r ""' %  >' D -de Countv, Florida. „ ,.,, „ ALEX CHERNIN. POKES ft IRISHMAN", Mtormy.s for R-iidix Laundry. B/8-15-22-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT col'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, — IN CHANCERY, NO. 141492 ANGELO CORCIONB, Plaintiff, vs. ISAISKLLA COR.cioNi.;. Uefendant. TO; ISABELLA CORCIONE C/o Mrs Tillle Ravellone •7 Ramsy Avenue Yonkers, New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED • It a suit for divorce has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to said bill upon plaintiffs attorney, and file the original with the Clerk of the 1 Ircuit court of Dade county, Florida, on or before the 30th day of June. 1951; otherwise said bill of complaint will be tak.-n .1confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1 day oi June. 1951. E. B. LEATHER.MAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. .. Deputy Clerk. NORMAN It. LYONS, ESQ Ht-I2 Olympla Bldg. Miami. Florida 6/8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY a' Dade County, Florida Intend to ter said name with tthe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS S1LVERMAN PETE SILVERMAN SAM SILVERMAN and ALBERT BLEICH 1 'o-Partnei a MARX M. FABER Atty. 412 C01 grest Rod::. 6/8-15-22 -' 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN .hat ndersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name r DOC'S PARKINO LOT, 11' W Miami. Florida, Intends tl ^ %  the Clerk of the Cln ill Court of Dade lirlda, ISRAEL SI.OT8KY, s lOwner. MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicant, Seybold Building. G >-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA HOME at r.'.'l':. N.W. 22nd Ave. intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida, lb IPKINS PUBLICATH 1N8 DAVID BHUBOW 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T'l MARTHA IPSEN, c/o MRS MARTHA RICHTER, 65 Forrest Avenue, Paramus, New Jersi v..'i are notified thai a BUI of Complain) for Divorce haa bei 11 against you In the Clrcull Court ol the nth Judicial circuit of Florida, Had.County, Chancery No. 141311 by Thorwald Ipsen a/k/a Tommy [psen; i..i are hereby required to serve a copy of your answ.r on Mordecal N RoBt'h, Plaintiffs Attorney. -I'.'n Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file the 01 Iglnal answer in the di rk office Of said Court on or before .tune 151; or said BUI will be tai. 1 bv you. Dated Maj 24, 1951. 1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk C Ct. lit Court Se I) By M C. FEIGE, D.C. 6/1-8-13 23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai ,. .::,.,!. .!. : ing to engage In business under the fii tltlous name .•• MIAMI PLASTIC WARE CO., at I.angford Building, Miami. Flor... %  • : name the Clerk of the Circuit C IUI I .,; 1 >nde 'ounty, Fl irlda. ESTHER HERMAN MILTON K MANNHEIMER • B man 120 Lincoln Road. Miami Reich. Fla. • 15-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 141778 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION WILLIAM BRAQIN, Plaintiff vs MARY BRAGIN, Defendant T( 1 MARY BRAGIN 186-05 Wexfbrd Terrace Jamacia Estates, New ^ ork YOI ARE REQUIRED to serve a ropy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court In and for Dad< County, Florida >n or before the it 1 ,v of July, 1951; otherwise the Bin of Complaint filed herein will I" like" I '•-''' 11, ai Miami. Florida, thli LEATHERMAN, Circuit 1 By WM. W. STOCKING %  mrt Deputj C Si NORMAN R LYONS ipla Bldg. Miami. Fs Attorney for Plaintiff .. -• 7/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 141398 SUIT FOR DIVORCE MARION NEWMAN, Plaintiff MAN NEWMAN, defendant TO MAN NEWMAN 654 Wesl I61sl Street NeW YOrk. Ne\\ Y '' You are hereb) notified that a Bill of complaint for Divorce has been riled agafnst you, and you are reoulred to serve a copy of your Answer 01 Pleading to the BUI of complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, CHERTKOF AND KAi.isii. ii"T-nx olympla Building. Miami. I-lorida. and file the Norlglnal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circu Court on or before the 19th day of July, 1951. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be tak.-n against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Comnlaint. This notice shall be published oneeach week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Rub day of June, A D. 19..1 E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. l'.d Countv. Florida B> WM W. STOCKING. fClreull Court Seal) 1 ••• %  >uty clerk CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISII Attorneys for Plaintiff 697-6 >8 llympla Building Miami. F'ortda •; 22-29 7 6-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 26137 In Re: ESTATE OF OERSHON AUGUST Deceased 1 To All creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You. an 1 each of you. are hi notified and required to present any' claims and demands which you. or ( either ,.f you, may have against thai estate of QERSHON AUGUST, deceased late of Miami, ic.de county. Florida, to the Hon W. F BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eieht calendar months from the date of the first publication li.r.of. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be BWOI n to and sented as aforesaid, or same will be bailed. Date June 11th. A. D. 1 151 HARRY AUGUST LOUIS AUGUST Ac Exei :• >i of the 1. isi will and Teal 1 m. nt nf 1 iERSH) IN AUGUST, 1 %  ie i I. DAVID A FRANK attorney for Executora S 1 ilj mpl 1 Bl Ig .; 15-22-29 : • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious r.antft of FINE ARTS BTUDIOS at 901 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Fla. intends • 1 register said name with the i'|. the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLEY PELDMAN 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SECURITY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (Not Inc.) at -2'H S.W. 87th Ave Miami. Fla. intend to regald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid.,. ROBERT MILLER I. S. Sli \I"EF 6/1-8-15-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA COMMON LAW No. 25417-D NOTICE TO APPEAR RBNZl 1 \ I:I: INI AN] lOLO ila 1 known aa P.. ABBON DANDOLO, Plaintiff vs ESTELLA M GANYARD, Defendant IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA It ai>p a ring that the 1 i Cases made and provided has been complied with in the above entitled cause, the title of which said cause Is hereby made a part hereof at though fully i rth hen n. enl Ing the Plaintiff, RENZO ABBONDANl ii/ c eti 1 %  1 Noii, a to appear 1 to vou. the Defendant, ESTELLA M GANYARD, NOW, THEREFORE, YOU. ESTELLA M GANYARD, the Defendant In said cause, whose age is over 2] years, non-resident of the State ol I'lorid.i. in.hereby notified, ordered and 1 ilred to file your appearance In said cause or proceedings on or before the Rlth day of July, 1161, otherwise default will be entered against you. The nature nf said cause or proceedings against you is a suit for real estate commission instituted by attachment. The description of the real property proceeded against Is: Lot 10 in Block inn NORTH. DADE COUNTY, CITY OF MIAMI. FLORIDA, as set out In the Public records of Dade Countv. Florida, commonly known aa the PORT KN11X HOTEL, together with the furnishings therein conit is further ordered that this Order be published one.a week fOC 4 consecutive weeks in The Jewish I idlan. a newspaper published in id Countv and State. .,-.,, WITNESS lll> hand and Ol seal of irt, this IJth day Of, """• l051 E B LEATHERMAN. Cl.ik Hade County Circuit I Bi WM. W STl "'K MO, Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R iv vI $10 Olympla Bldg. Miami. I' Id Attorney for Plaintiff 6 15-22-29 7/o :.



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PAGE 12 B rJenistrkrid&r Tropical Chapter To Hold Danvv Pi ,pi< ; v tapter 878. B'i ith W Sunday, Jur. !4 t 8:30 p .it :• Bea< Mrs Ir\ [nclu v %  son. I Mrs Sir itl i, Mrs. San Rose, pi ••• %  > Mrs i • I t) an I Mrs David Adelb Fun,-raised at I ised I Tickets ma> be pu I at 1 First Class Graduates As American Cantors The first t i be traini Amei an s Jewish '..:... Ht I'ni n S f Sacred Mus ; in N. J week All %  %  meal sch I of H i. ra] Judau t trains 1 ice in 0\ thodox an I C Ten men were in the ftrsl class FRIDAY ITIE; Ford Appointed To KCCJ p ftu Rmvutn F irii. vie 1 nrMiHifit ".' • Working on plans for the June dar.ee to be given by the Tropical Chapter of B'r.ai B nth Women at Sonsnto Hotel. Miami Beach, on Sunday. Jure 24th. are 1. to r. Mrs. Manny Jacobson. telephoneMrs Joseph Feldman. refreshments: Mrs. Sam os. prixes: Mrs. Max Sirotta. refreshments: Mrs. Irving Laibson. publicity: Mrs. Irving Cypen. overall chairman Mrs. David Adelberg was not present when the photographjvai^ taken. One-Man Show For IF Art Student rALLAHASSEE FTA N. J.. art wh -' : 5 master's 1esitv. was % %  I wil .: Gal( his r tinting* inl :n the father 3ur M Benson Ford, vice president ... and general manager of the L S J Division _q F rd Motor Co.. has been elect J H Pi tc tant r itl >nal co-( the National Conference ol pit Jews, It was r He nounced this we T. :. ment was bv Thomas E. Braniff, pies: lei I %  '. the Branift International AirGi ways, and Roger W. Straus, II of the beard of tht .. -a •rican Smelting and RefinWillj :: Co., who are the Catholic H and Jewish co-chairmen resp-?c!_ Uvely of the National ConferFormer J^f^J Ford succe?ds Charles E. WllWins Combat Mfidd son who resigned shortly after Lt % %  T? %  appointment last winter a.M director of the Office of Defens • ,anL i Mobilization. Wilson held t.-.Am-.;, past from 1947-51. Ford is the son of the late Edav sel Ford and is an Episcopalian ba If lay-nan He received his educaHe iwtririU t. n at Princeton University ar.d pie He started his industrial career in in t the experimental garage at the'tfa I Engineering Laboratories in B: %  %  ;... i-j'-jj Dearb-.Tn. He serwL in the W United States Army du::n_ R Wjrld War II. entering as a pnDivii vate and Demg discharged as i battles Yanfdoci sjj captain. After rejoining the For* H\ 5000 years behind these bonds... J==L" I-he new State of Israel, there is a company of peer'.: *hm hsW ca back 5,000 years. Great civilizations have fooe ** %  tl ^ years The Egyptian, the Babylonian, the Pers..:. the Aaoea Greeks, the Carthaginians, the Roman EmpL-e. But tht ]jn have survived them ail — as they have survived war. baa*** tyranny and anruhilation. In the face of all this, the people of Israel have established the %  newest democracy—the State of Israel. And today, the State of Is** offering its drst Bond Issue in the United States. Tr_ .ss-_e marks the initial effort of democratic Israel : %  : rrrv.de. durfflj tfae next 3 years, a place to work and a place to live in ^•"Jj?" 6O0.l> new arrivals—new immigrants whose predecessors %  ls demonstrated an MM^f will to survive and build. STATE OF ISRAEL $300,000,000 INDEPENDENCE BOND ISSUE (O) "fr** l*or-rs fto** NhM >j3 *% Do4or C>.oor icvjt MVM po.ob* %  %  • anc3 H^i,, 1. 0,1 m i "S5-X • $'.300 *X5O0 • W.3O0 • WO^OO O) Cap** Aopr-oc-** Dll Ull J'H 3 T.M Tor .->;. *3 Vv Vo* 150% MO • I USO • MOO • • % %  • *2> • J4.JCC • I -j Si AMEIICAN "^.y CORPORATION FOR i** AEl STATE OF IStA£l IONDS CONGRESS BUILDING. MIAML FLORID*


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fe 24Number 25
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951
Zionist Leaders Demand Special
In Israel For Zionist Movement
|,ANTIC CITY (JTA)Ranking Zionist loaders, headed bv
G. Browdy, president of the Zionist Organization of
and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver this week took issue with
Jovernment officials, including Prime Minister David Ben
over the status of the Zionist movement. The Zionist
emphasized that the'
fb;ce: TEN CENTS
TIME RUNS OUT JUNE 30
FOR IRAQI JEWS UJA
can
rength
and support which the long hard
pull ahead will require."
"The Zionist movement," Dr.
Silver said which was responsi-
ble for the creation of the St t
of Israel, in the face of violin; op-
position and large scale indiffer-
ence, can alone be trusted to carry
through the second part of its es-
h '\SrSTtS^Si !tr0n Zionist men; ,
L -penal privuSS^ta f''
luildlng of Israel.
-.. Zionist Organization
uerica officially opened
annual convention. Mr.
asserted that the "Zion-
i'ovement in the United
must have a special
Irg as the most import-
feesU in tht JnlteS ~f'SgESr iT^l
ana the integration of Jews who
have to go to Israel or who may
wish to go there."
Criticizing those in the Israel
Government who refuse to grant
a special status to the World Zion-
ist Organization, Dr. Silver de-
clared: "If the State of Israel
will, in the future, regard the
I World Zionist Organization as the
authentic instrument of the Jew-
1 ish people, endowed with status
' and authority to speak for and im-
plement the remaining phase of
the Zionist program, the organ-
tiANTIC CITY (JTA)A I ization will be in a position to
Mint program far his new i meet the challenge of the hour
i : office was announced j and to bring maximum support
|by Benjamin Browdy fol- i to Israel. There is no other com-
his re-election at the | petent agency or organization in
[ I cntior, as president of the field, now existing or which
He warned that the
le Israeli aid program
ahout the world would
jeopardy without the
t' and their active leader -
Recently. Prime Min-
is c: Gurion had asserted
dinner of the Jewish
ley in New York, just
|to his departure for Israel,
the Zionist movement
not seek a privileged
with reference to Israel .
can be created, which can take
its place."
Dr. Silver underscored the
If 200 highly trained Amer- fact that "the issue is not whether
n i s t Organization of
program includes the send-
lexperts and technicians to
L the sending of an indus-
[commission to Israel, the
Qment of the ZOA pledge
111 SI00,000 worth of Israel
the sovereignty of the State of
Israel should be interfered with,
but whether the government of
Israel should undermine the au-
thority, prestige and effective-
and the completion of j ness of the World Zionist Organ-
merican House now being ization in the fond hope of find-
in Tel Aviv by the Zionist | ing some bodies in world Jewry
ization of America. i which will contribute more polit-
: v Montor told the ZOA | ically and economically to it."
tr.ii m that the successful
thing of the Israel Bond issue
ly had an impact on
. serving to generate a
^ig of confidence and stimu-
mdustrial activity. Mr.
r declared thot the bond
lization would reach into
than 4,500 Jewish commun-
before the end of the year.
Biowdy pointedly asserted
"only by investing American
iism with special recognition
American Zionists be placed
position that will enable
to carry the whole Amer-
Jewish community with
i in the great enterprise of
Jilding the Jewish homeland'.'
similar stand, Dr. Abba
lei Silver asserted that only S arrangements
This Jewish family from the hinterlands of Iraq was brought
to safety in Israelwith funds contributed by American Jews to
community campaigns on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal.
Parents and children aie shown on arrival at Lydda airporton
Thursday, May 31. This was originally scheduled to be Iraq s
deadline date on further Jewish emigration, but was extended to
June 30 at the last nvment to permit agencies of the UJA a final
opportunity to evacuate many more thousands of Jews waiting
in Baghdad for airborne movement to Israel. Nowonly two
weeks are left before this urgent rescue operation grinds to a halt.
UJA must have cash from communities throughout the country
to finish this vital job with maximum results. Since opening ot
aidift rescue operation in May. 1950. UJA funds have made pos-
sible the transfer to Israel of more than 125.000 Iraq. Jews. 96,000
of them flown to Israel this year alone UJA funds through he
Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miarm Jewish Federation
provide for U immigration, settlement, welfare and rehabthta-
fion programs of the United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution
Committee and United Service for New Americans.____________
400 Exported At
State JWV Meet
Over 400 delegates are expected
at the fifth annual encampment
of the Department of Florida
Jewish War Veterans to be held
at the Sea Gull Hotel on Satur-
day and Sunday, June 23 and 24.
State Department Commander
William B. Hoftheimes of Holly-
wood will head JWV sessions.
Officers will be elected Sun-
day afternoon.
Hosts will be the Miami Beach
Jewish War Veterans Post J3U.
headed by Capt. Lester Soldz.
Bernard Koloff of Miami Beach
is chairman of the committee on
Off the Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
pe of Israel Bond Issue and
.United Jewish Appeal to co-
ainate the activities of the two
ises was announced by
pel Finance Minister Eliezer
Plan, who left the United
immitfee To Coordinate Activities ;
UJA, Bond Drive To Be Formed
Vmation of a national com- i the two activities are comple-
te jointly representing the mentary tnd that both snou.n
have the full support of all
friends of Israel." J
Pointing out that a number of
problems have arisen as a result
of which it is believed that co-
K.u.i, wno len me united ordinated action would be neip
es this week after a visit of ful, he said a committee naa
veral weeks. been proposed representing um
Mr. Kaplan declared that in UJA and the Amencar^Financial
Siting its three-year program and Deve.opmrn^Corp^^t.on^,,
he explained "would be to im-
plement the desire of Israel to
see maximum results for both en-
deavors. I have indicated to he
two organizations che unde.bng
principles which animate he
State of Israel in respect to the
fwo enterprises. ^ha? he
to be able to announce that the
United Jewish Appeal and the
SfettSSS
tee and are going forward to im
plement it."
I1 Israel's economic develop-
pnt. the State of Israel "placed
Tong reliance on the traditional
nerosity and sense of states-
ship of the American Jewish
mmunity." The two points of
e four-point program, ne said.
M involve community-wide ac-
"i are the United Jewish Ap-
"'. for philanthropic purposes,
a the State of Israel Bonds, for
yestment purposes.
fhe state of Israel is interest-
in the best results for both,"
* Pointed out. "It believes that
lan
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NOTES OS THE US .
The record of the UN as a protector of human rights is deeply
s^nmtsss ass: sst'raij?,
!" ,eh: to k wing The International Court of Justice has ruled ,
it instead of staying out
HFARD ASD RECORDED ...
to the American concept than Ben-Gur.on.
FROM 0ERJ0UR^'h Af-r.ca wil, ,-eceive about a billion
The Near East and North Afnca ^'U^ Christian
dollars of A^WWJ^ According to the Moni-
Science Monitor ieporU,tom a 25 miions eco-
tor: "Israel and the Arab siaies resettlement.
SJS wTnJT used agSst Ser nT East or NoVth African
SSSgS TALK TO ^XtDu"ve-rsUv-in Latin America.
lhet ^Telebrate ite 400th anniversary." When Dr. Maurice
is about to celebrate ^ Wor]d j ^ Congress
Perlzweig, the executive ne ^ Universlty to prevail
recently visited L'm J"l0Wparticipate in the celebration. Einstein
upon Professf ?inhfm'eU to the strains of a journey, but thanks
rDrnpe.SlzS hrvoice will be heard. This message will be
delivered through a record.
STALIN CLAIMS ADAM ASD EVE^. ^ everyth g. The
Soviet Russia is boasiing oi were Russians.
other day MoWov told Sta.n 0fAdaemidence. ..mdeed," replied
Stalin asked sternly. Have y *,/ Adam and Eve had no
Molotov. "there is r fWe ev.d ^ ^
WeJSt"apples. Still they felt they were in paradise. They
must have been Russians."
$578,450 In Israel
Bonds Sold Here
Sale of Israel bonds in Greater
Miami mounted steadily this
week, spurred by the summer
compete ion of the Council of
Organizations. Latest official
figures show 1,057 bonds sold
for a tot;.I ol $578,490 in the first
six weeks of the campaign.
The k port was called 'en-
couraging, m indication thai our
volunteei sales persons have not
let up in thei; endeavors.'" by
, Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
lot the local committee for the
' SoOO.000,000 Israel Independence
,Issue.
The initial meeting of the wom-
! en's division, held last Friday
I at the Royal Palm Hotel, sold
|$14,300 in bonds. That figure was
] high enough for Mrs. Ernest
i Peiser, national director of the
| women's division of the drive, to
call tiie Greater Miami leception
! her "warmest in my work
i throughout the United States on
behalf ol Israel bonds."
Primary purpose of the gath-
ering s organizational, and the
\ large sale of bends was indica-
i tive of the pace maintained by
i w.men in the local campaign,
i More than 40 per cent of all
' bonds s.,!d to Jate have been
i turned in by women.
Sunday at the Seacomber
I Hotel the first meeting of the
1 Speakers Bureau was held, with
a turnout of 60 persons. Harry
I Simonhcff, chairman of the
j bureau presided.
Mrs. Peiser was the principal
i speaker at both the Friday and
i the Sunday meetings. She stressed
, the immediate nerds of Israel,
I accelerated by the rapid immigra-
' tion this year ntcessitated by the
deadlines imposed by Rumania
and Iraq
Among those accepting mem-
bership on the Speakers' Bureau
are Sanford Swerdhn, Harold
Turk, Capt. Lester Soldz. Edith
Simmons. Harold Snapiro, Harold
G. Shapiro, Simon Seiden, Juiius
Jay Perlmutter, Melvin J. Rich-
ard, Morris Nasitir, Benjamin
Meyers, Anna Brenner Movers,
; Harrv L. M^sid, Seymour B.
Liebman, David Goodman, Mrs.
1 Lcuis Glasser, Mrs. Harry Ger-
sten, Milton A. Friedman, Dor-
; otl.y Fink, Herman Binder, A.
, Budd Cutler. Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
' Jack Abbott. Lillian Goodman, J.
! B. Keys, Mrs. Murray Grossman,
j Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Mr. and Mrs S.
Halperin, Daniel M. Broad, Mar-
; guerite Marx and Harry Sonz.
Agency Heads
Will Attend
Emergency Meet
An emcigcncy meeting of all
presidents, executive directors
and board chairmen of local
agencies participating in the 1951
Combined Jewish Appeal will be
held at the offices of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation on Fri-
Iday, June 22, at 3 p. m., to dis-
cuss means of raising additional
funds.
Unless additional money can be
secured, Dan B. Ruskin, presi-
dent of Federation, said, local
agencif.s will be forced to cur-
tail full-scale activities.
The emergency session will fol-
low the first meeting of the board
of governors of Federation, slated
for Thursday, June 21, at 8 p. m.
at Federation offices.
On the tentative agenda are
the appointment of standing com-
mittees; report on the campaign,
report of the budgeting commit-
tee; report of delegates to the
Chicago UJA conclave; election
of additional board members;
election of budget committee
members; election of the execu-
tive committee; changes in the
by-laws; and question of Kosher
meals at Federation functions.


PAGE 2 A
Kaplan Renamed
JCA President
I- n Kaplan was rcelccted
presidenl of the Jewish Centers
Assocwti m at a recent meeting
of the organization.
Abo n imed to office m re M
Muton Sirkin, Leo Sheiner, M
J. Kopelowitz, vie presidents;
;',' s' Ma "' s retary; Mrs
tant se< re-
: William Kneapler, tn
urer..
tn addition to these offi
:" : :' :' the b rd of direct .rs
an t harles Adelman, Mrs Leo
Alpert, Raobi S'mon Apri'., Mrs
Edward L. Becker, Dr. Seymour
BhiMionthal, Abraham Cohen,
Ben Essen, Mrs. A. Fogel, Mrs.
Sam Oertraan, Mrs. Joseph Gold-
berg, Rabbi .Murray Grauer, Leo
Huberman, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Jiarojd Lebow.
P,hlS-V Rabbf, ,Irving Leh'-'nan.
1 HrraJ"fslluiz,/hi,L
OL- Aiu' VV- Judge Kenneth
Oka. Albert Ossip. Sidney H. ,
Vr7%- &n\ Arnold Renkoff,
*red K. Shot-hot, Isidore Siniko-
witz, Harry Sirkin, Milton Sirkin,
Paul Sobel, Sidney Stiller. Mrs
earl Susskind. Harold Thurman,
a Vnd. ? ,9arl Weinkle, Mrs.
A. Fran!; Wellins.
+Je*isi) iksridian
B'nai B'rith Groups
To Sponsor Play
All local B'nai B'rith lodges
and women's chapters are snnn- .
soring the Performance^of Ten- "'.SSlEIft 2 "T^ "f "
e Williams' Pulitzer prize ["t*rnftlonl Federation of Wom-
en Lawyers, of which she has
Mrs. Meyers OK'd
For Judgeship
Mrs. Anna Brenner Mi
n< nl W 'man attorney, wi
play an important role at the
c nvi ntion of the Floi Ida women
' I for Miami Beach
1 on June
Mi Meyi n r< entl
d by the Dade County Busi-
and Professional Women's
Clubs to fill th( vacancy now ex-
isting on the bench of the cir-
cuit c turl of the Eleventh Judi-
I cial Circuit of Floi ida,
\ graduate of Columbia Uni-
versity's teachers' college, she re-
ceived an LL.B. degree from
B lyn Law School of St.
Lawrence University.
Mis. Meyers is a member of
the Dade County Bar Associa-
tion, Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion, Florida State Bar, and
American Bar Association; a
member of the National Asso-
ciation of Women Lawyers for
many years, serving as treasurer
for two years; a member of the
if
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:
Winning play. "A Streetcar
Named Desire," at the Ro.
Theatre on Julv 7 and 8.
Featuring an all-New York
cast, the play also took the New
*ork Drama Critics' award and
the Donaldson award.
Jules P. Channing is chairman
ol the event. Serving with him
are Mrs. Ida Optner. Charles
Wetnberg, Louis Huntington,
Sadye G. Rose.
Proceeds from the perform-
I'ked for Hillel,
it Brith youth projects. ADL
and veterans' service, Channing
said.
rvations may be ma I
calling Mrs. Optner at 4-327 I
A. Frank Wellins at 48-4888.
as treasurer for three
served
years.
She is a member of the Dade
County Social Agencies and
has been active on numerous
committees for several years; a
member of the Budget Commit-
tee of the Community Chest of
Dade County.
_________^__^^ ..... iuim nemns at
? ANNOUNCING 1
The Opening oi
Summer Meeting
Schedule Announced
Throghout the summer, the Is-
raelite Center, its Dora Stein
bisterhood and PTA will meet
on Tuesday evenings at the cen-
ter building. 3198 S. W. 24th
Terrace. Social and cultural pro-
ing arranged.
A choral group has been or- I
zed under the direction ol
Mrs. Philip Balin.
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Adelman Unveiling
? Slated For Sunday
T Dedication of a monument to
2 stoTSSZ of th0 lat0 Mrs-
Tii ) dt'lman' formerly of 14*>t
? &JK !? St" wil1 take place
Sunday, January 24. at 1 d m at
. Mt Nebo CemeVv wilh^Rabb!
, Max Shapiro and Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. *
h,^rSK AI?el"la" 's survived bv
her husband, Nathan, a son
Charles, and a daughter. Mrs. Hv
Coverman; also a brother, Jacob
Brenner of Roanoke. Va.; and
two sisters. Mrs. Adelman was a
member of Congregation Be, h
H H c C^^gat'on Beth El,
piA,Mla"Rl,mcnts arc in charge ofi
ISxy "ASS1 Monument Con?:
ESkSrt s and 'Natives are
asKed to be present.
RABBI 33 YEARS OLD
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JUNE 22, 1951
7/ Say...
Bng through a service in the stately Roman
|ue, one mulls over the irrational that clings
sh' history. For in Rome was designed the
for Jewish treatment that survived to our
ne. It began with Constantine's enactment
established Christianity as the official reli-
r the Empire. The very language of Roman
langes from the impersonal-impartial to the
Ive-abusive. The clerical spirit succeeded the
[mean of classicism.
CHRISTIAN REVOLUTION
rone watching Constantine displacing the
\n of Paganism with the cross must have felt
Jv Jew had finally come into his own. For
la'lilean had conquered. Therefore, Abraham
Joscs, David and Jeremiah, Isaiah and Daniel
be honored far above Alexander or Plato,
or Virgil, Augustus and the other Cae-
fenceforth, the Bible would be the patent
Conferred nobility upon the blood kin of the
the Virgin, and all twelve Apostles,
t never was a people to experience a more
jointing reversal of its apparent destiny. The
was only intensified by the contraditions in-
in the situation Goda Golden Cloud, as a
writer expressed it. The rabble were propa-
zed with the legend of an ass' head the Jews
lipped in the secrecy of their Holy of Holies.
Jiism resented the aloofness that refused to
fir. the drunken revelry they called the Bac-
\\a. Suspension of work on each seventh day
the heathen mentality as ludicrous, if not
Irifiht laziness.
lEFFECT ON JEWISH RIGHTS
Jow Jewish ethics succeeded and displaced the
s of heathendom. Salvation is oj the Jews
Bed the new faith But the Jews themselves
immediately reduced to citizens of a second
Major and minor restrictions gradually un-
lined their "constitutional" status until all civic
[political rights evaporated. In a medieval so-
}, their ancient privileges of Roman citizenship
Inerated until they sank to the pariah level, out
lounds with feudalism. Politically their status
ime servi camerai, servants of the Emperor. In
ie. protection was the gracious privilege con-
*kni<>l nor Mian
PAGE 3 A
The Dual Policy Of The Church Towards Jewry
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ferred at will by the Supreme Pontiff. To a people
on sufferance, the mob behaved with the impudent
knowledge that violence would be overlooked if
not applauded.
In their duel with the Emperor for world hege-
mony, the Popes generally paid scant attention to
the Jews in Rome. To be left alone in a fanatic age
was a boon which made them the envied of their
coreligionists throughout Christendom. Restrictive
measures were enacted by Lateran Councils onlv to
be disregarded in the Papal bailiwick. The Curia
had heavy expenses, and Jews were on hand with
gifts or loans. They were not free; but neither were
other strata in medieval society. There were n -
pogroms, no expulsion; yet their position was nei-
ther honorable nor secure.
ANOTHER MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT
After a millennium passed, Humanism and the
Renaissance began to soften the manners and rigors
of a dark aye. Learning and beauty opened men's
minds, while discoveries of new continents and new
planets enlarged their horizon. The stage was set
for the unfolding of a liberal, humane civilization.
Again the prospects for Jewish liberation seemed
bright. But again a paradoxical fate intervened.
When the sun began to dispel the black clouds, im-
penetrable darkness settled upon the Jews of Rome.
In 1555 a walled ghetto enclosed a community
which for 2000 years had known freedom of move-
ment. For three centuries, good and bad popes, lib-
eral and fanatic popes kept the stock of Abraham in
confinement. Almost in our own day were the iron
studded gates of the Roman Ghetto battered and
destroyed.
THE CHURCH-EMPIRE
The student might inquire why an ethical in-
stitution noted for social and political wisdom acted
in a manner that subjects her to the twin charges
of cruelty and bigotry. The answer lies in a religio-
political empire unprecedented in human affairs,
the Church of Rome that aspired to rule a planet
without military might. Her authority could rest
only in the human belief of her superhuman origin.
Destruction of that belief would undermine her
structure and foundation. Therefore in her calendar,
heresy ranks the most unpardonable of crimes.
From a handful of martyrs to world ruler, the
Church triumphed over many nations. But with
one people, her failure was spectacular. In every
city or town of Europe, a large or small group of
Jews ignored her temporal benefits and her promise
of salvation. Everywhere cohesive and intransigeant,
they presented a baffling problem to church con-
formity. Their very presence demonstrated that peo-
ple can live, work, and die without the blessings of
ecclesiastical protection.
ITS DILEMMA
The Jews could neither be ignored, nor suf-
fered to live in prosperous infidelity. Of course,
might be exterminated as were the Albigenses
in South France, when they rebelled against Papal
authority. Judaism could be forbidden just as pa-
ganism was outlawed. But the Bible cast her pro-
tective mantle over her chosen seed._ The cleat-
language of the prophets about the ultimate return
and glorious destiny of Judah and Israel could not
be denied. But they also foretold of suffering and
degradation such as befell no other people. The
latter supplied the hint for a policy which at the
same time fulfilled Holy Writ.
The course of the Church was thus clearly char-
ted. Jewry was permitted to survive; its life was
even protected. But a terrible price was exacted
for this survival and protection. Civil rights and
political privileges were withdrawn. All honorable
means of livelihood were denied. Occupations were
limited to money lending and selling old clothes.
At coronations, a Jewish delegation had to present
the Pope with a Torah. He would accept it with
the insulting formula: your law is good but you
do not understand its meaning. Sometimes he would
let the parchment scroll fall to the ground. Once a
year, at the carnival ushering in Lent, naked Jews,
obese or ungainly, were compelled to run a race on
the Corso, to the jeers of the Roman rabble.
As the service ends, one experiences a sense
of the miraculous. In one decade, German Jewry was
shattered and annihilated. Three decades of Soviet
Russia, and the life of Judaism is ebbing fast.
But in Rome, after all the vicissitudes of 2000 years,
well attended services are still held in a beautiful
synagogue almost within sight of St. Peter's._____
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Jew1stnori<0an
EDITORIAL
IAte and Death
This is the story of two 13-yeir-old Jewish boys
Jiving on the same street in the wretched mellah
of Marrakech, Morocco.
Nissim Abigassis is one of scores of human
motors who work ten hours a day, six days a
week, in the dark alleys of Marrakech. He pulls
a rough cord that serves as a power belt to turn
a piece of wood. As his arm flails away, a razor
blade gripped between his toes planes down
the wood until it is smooth enough to serve as
a table leg. For his grueling work he earns 35
cents each day.
After a day's labor. Nissim returns to a miser-
able hovel which is his home, hungry, dirty
and tired. But there is little or no food, no furni-
ture, no water in the miserable one-room house
where the boy, his parents, a grandmother, two
brothers and sister live, sleep, cook and eat.
There is only darkness in the dreary life of Nis-
sim Abigassis.
Just two doors down the street lives Moise
Zoubib, also 13. He shares a dark room with his
family and in his house, too, there is not much to
eat. But Moise will tell you that he is one of
the luckiest beys in Marrakech, one of the tens
of thousands of Jewish children in Moslem lands
who get help from the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
Moise goes to a JDC-supported alliance school.
JDC provides him with a hearty lunch each day,
milk in the morning and an afternoon snack. He
knows French and is learning Hebrew. His two
absorbing interests in school are the carpentry
shop and the student farm. Moise wants to go
to Israel some day and is preparing himself for
a future in the Jewish State.
Nissim Abigassis can see his future too. Each
day as he carries on his bent back the heavy-
planks he needs for his work, he passes the Jew-
ish cemetery of Marrakech. It is a cemetery
for the living as well-as the dead. Clustered
around the gates waiting to die are the old, the
blind, the sick.
Unless JDC car. help him too, young Nissim
may soon join the tragic group of'those waiting
aMhe cemetery gates for death to release them
Yeshiva .Medical fiJ
_ An event, with moment. *****
mmen,0us
charter to ^^TSZ^J.
emDowennn ;? ___ ._'0INe
American Jewish community Z^
New York State Board J'B>i
1 "egentj
empowering it to open M^"\'
UniversltvTKRl
longer a dream .1, lS* <*!
the announcement of its bil'^1
educational authorities of the *9 ^
The Yeshiva
definitely
Idini
displayed un'p^^^ej S.W N
integrity of Yeshiva University n-H
resents an affirmation of the eilS ^
ments of this outstanding insS^
and academic learning C J^-1,
uous faith in Yeshiva University M
fied by the Universe's ^fA
structive. educational program 0?J
reach out into areas where it can be did
est service. ut
The pattern of educational endem*.
has characterized Yeshiva University,^
has been marked by a distinctive m2
spirit. Since its establishment more 3
five years ago. Yeshiva University ha?eve]
cated itself to a positive program dj
blaze a trail of its own in confomitnH
American democratic traditions of educctoJ
in harmony with the spiritual tradiS*]
Judaism.
COMPLETE JOB REQUIRED
from suffering. Unless this 13-year-old boy and
the scores of others like him are taken out of the
market place and given a chance for a decent
future, they can look forward to nothing but a
grim life and an early death. Their future de-
pends on the UJA, through which JDC receives
its funds, for only the American Jewish com-
munity can furnish the funds to bring the same
opportunities to the human motors of Marrakech
that it provides for Moise, and tens of thousands
of Jewish children across the Moslem world.
The Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has fallen is i
of its 1951 goal. The lack cf funds has bag,
seriously the work cf the local agendei I
depend on these monies to keep their docoi
and their programs operating. Additional to-
lled the quota been met, would have ml
the United Jewish Appeal.
There are literally hundreds who ham,
given a dime to the 1951 CJA, and todorl
pledges are needed more than ever befal
If you have not pledged, if you fee! yoifl
in a position to add to your active coobm
call the Federation office, 58-4331. The nesif
great.
Vocational Service
Plans Dinner Meet
Meyer Elected
llu Publicists
Hank Meyei Miami Beach For First RirthHav
public relations duvet,:, was oinnaay
elect* ... ,: -president of' The Jew'sh Vocational Service
the Government Public Relations I W'H mark its first anniversary-
I a at a meet- i at a dinner meeting on Thursday,
West Palm Beach Kadimah Chapter
Bond Unit Formed Elects Mrs. Sandier
ing of the gi ip it New York.
K. Jaffe, public relations
director of the port of New York.
was t lected president.
Both men are past officers of
the association, which was for-
known as the American
Municipal Public Relations Asso-
n. Meyer was to have been
principal speaker at the group's
meeting in New York, but Mas
forced to cancel his plans due to
Illness in hi- I
i.t tht
Organization of a West Palm
Beach Committee for Bonds of
Israel Government is continuing
according to Mrs. Myer B. Kal-
mutz. acting secretary of the
group.
At a meeting held Sunday at
the Sun and Surf Club in Palm
Beach, representatives of all
Jewish organizations in the arta
attended. Dr. Harold Webman
and Cy Argintar served as co-
re-
Pioneer Women
Elect Mrs. Mintzes
M|-- Joseph M -a,,,
eli el i ri m r
N Two of Mian
Beach. Mrs. I. Rubin vas
named non | t
i*0t' w*' >
Abe Sh vicL. pi
dent: Mrs. William Malmuth I
treasurer- Mr
June 23, at 6:30 p. m
Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Dr. Robert M. Allen, profes-
sor of psychology at the Univer-
sity of Miami, will be guest of
honor and principal speaker.
The service has placed New '
Americans and other Jewish So- chairmen for the meeting
cial Service Bureau cases with'
over ino local firms, according
to Emil Gjuld, president.
Other officers of the organiza-
tion include Dr. Morris Good-
' vice president; Melvin
tary; and David
oatsraan, treasurer. Harold
is executive director ot
tne gr >up,
Mrs. Fred Sandier was installed
as president of Kadimah Chapter
of Pioneer Women at a luncheon
at Tyler's Restaurant last week.
Mrs. Bee Jaffer, president of
the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, served as in-
stalling officer.
Others recognized at the rites
were Mrs. Michael Fiedler, first
vice president; Mrs. Harold Sha-
piro, second vice president; Mrs.
Charles Delson, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Morris Aron, Mrs.
Sam Seitlin, corresponding secre-
taries; Mrs. Louis Silver, finan-
cial secertary; Mrs. Bernard Ran-
ter, treasurer.
Mrs. Hayden
Renamed AJC
State President
M 8. A. A. Hayden
Delegates includ-d Leo Sch-
wack, B'nai B'rith; Gertrude
Feldman, B'nai B'rith Women:
Dr. H.rold Webman. Z.O.A ;
Mrs. H. Brukenfeld and Mrs. Bess
Brams. Hadassah; Harry Good-
man Beth El- Eugeni Krause,
temple Israel Sisterhood; Nor- othy Go,dman. Ida Meltzer, Ann
Kapner. AZA; Rita Moss,!88- Helen Shapiro, Esther
Aron, Eleanor Miller. Eleanor
Kleiman, Lee Willen, Belle Eskin,
Dorothy Cole, Lillian Bayer,
Cytology Cento
To Open JilyJ'
The Cancer Cytology Crii
of the Dade County Can.-rMT
tute will be officially PJJL
dedication ceremonies on Hfl
at 2 p. in. An additionsl (tHH
will be a scientific session
held under the auspices f*l
Dade County Medical Asm
tion on Julv 3 at 8:30 p.M
Dr. Donaid Smith has beaH
pointed chairman of tbe**H
tion committee. Assistini sa
are Dr. F: anzier Payton. KM
F. Marion. Dr. Ralph J*l
J. Elliott. Mrs. Ben Aim*
A. C. Comic, L. A. Wien,I
M. Fleming, H A Bade: I
Philip n. Rezek.
Manufacturers Group
Bnai Bnth Girls: Irving Kap-
ner Myer b. Kalrnutz, David
Kate, Carl Altman and Cy Ar-
gintar. *
. ividimutn, i "" rt, nayaen was re- hold its annual ninnir A""'
Nat Ostrov, fi- fleeted president of the Florida nolds p-, l 5 7 ') Gre/" Betrothal
Y> Mrr. Aenm -Division of the wl at 10 \t %.S"n,da_yVJuni-' 2f; : ^:.acson to
Picnic On Agenda
\ rth Dade Jewish Center will
nnual picnic at Grey-
hold iti
" :. i v* ^ ;^:j aft sntJS**"- "^ d"""
Moatzat Hap.,:,: chairman is second year as head of the four Lnnn I uU U* l
Mrs. Ida Jacobs Her co-chair- I 1 chapters, Miami c4dte, ^00n ljdk^ Hotel
men in'*i,"*-> -- -
Wittner.
two \ears as tho nra;/a--< ... .. nlpt..^ l._. *' 1 Committee chairman include,
the Mesdames Ruth Fiedler, Dor- I n, r ,._:nmon|
othy Goldman. Ida Meltzer. Ann Plans Entertainment
The Gn ater Miami Mays.
turers Association wll !*
special "Buy Miami Ms
, due-- tion at I
Betty Shkolcr, Helen Stern.
Rabbi Gross To Wed
July 10 In Brooklyn
fri. r. Fui,CMa,rman is ,?"" ^ar as head of the four LOOtl Lkp Hntol
Ida Jacobs. Her co-chair- f0?1 chaPters, Miami Chapter U" MOtel
include Mesdames Molls- Esther Chapter, Louise Chaoter SpfS Cnit T,
>er, Philip smith. Celia ar-d Brandels Chap-er Uftapter. eis 7'm (i?lamant, and Sam Bfore becorrmg president ol Adron's Loon Lake Rnt.1
r. Mrs. Nathan Bnr.ksn*,, i.- the division Mr u-..a_____... F,-.ni-ii o_. "r??* Motel
chairman of the JNF He, aides
include Mesdames Jack Tarr
Louis Marcus, Max Wolfson, r'
Bernstein and Pearl Gratz.
Other committee chairmen in-
clude Mrs Jos.ph H. LeVine,
memoership; Mrs. Aaron Lieb-
man and Mrs. Pearl Gratz. co-
ncn: Mrs. Benjamin Karp.
Child Rescue Fund: Mrs. Hadassa
Rattnei- and Mrs. Abe Shedroff
co-chairmen- Mis. Etta Val'en-
sky, dues; Mrs. Rose Aster, sun-
shine and Israel supplies; Mrs.
Jake Krantz, ways and means
Mrs. Jack Tarr and Mrs. Louis
Marcus, co-chairmen; Mrs. Abe
Shedroff, publicity.
Members of the cultural com-
rnittee include Mesdames Manya
Shubow, Abe Shedroff, Aaron
webman and Nat Ostrov.
sarsMr -^- piss &ff*S
Martin | weekend, on the 1^8-hole cham-
of Miss Shirley
Rabbi Alexander
Cross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy, Miami Beach, has been
announced by the bride-elect's
ante, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Isaac-
son Jersey City. N. J. The rabbi
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Men-
asha Gross of Brooklyn.
The wedding will take place
July 10 in Brooklyn.
ducts"
Park Bandshell Tuesday,
2ti at 7 15 p. m.
A popuiai band coi
Caesar Li M maca will -..
the entei' ft. A qw'
be crow: "ner '
slogan contest will be annoan-j
civic will s^
prizes will be ..warded.
There is no jdmis^JL
Publi.hed tvtry Frieja^KJ^y j
FisriM- C. L
by The Jew.sh Fioridiin
Sixth itrt-t. Miami
tered ai (ecu
tS0, t the
Fl.,
Xh# vi" -
the Jewiih Unity nd '"-,, j
Weekly. Member ot tne J" Fu0,
i.r>. Seven *' ,_jl
t. Miami r'., jj|l
econd-cla.. milt. ^
SO, at the Poit Office o
a., under the Act of <*'f^
Tha Jewish Floridian mi "jg
et" Representatives to the
national board include Mrs. Leon-
Tho r r ?anu 3nd Mrs- Hertz-
d i L chairman is Mrs. A
Rubenstein. and publicity chair-
man is Mrs. Martin Genet.
Marriag* Announced
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Mrs. Lorraine
Auslander, 225 West Rivo Alto
Drive. Miami Beach, to Sherman
Ma an Milwaukee- w- on
fiPn C0U,?rIe Wil1 live in White-
fish Bay, Wis, and will visit Mi-
ami Beach as winter colonists
olf course at Loon
pionship
Lake.
tournaments with ilecS hanH?
MoonUqht Cruise Slated
ne?r WMeyerSnMClub f Pi- BBG^JXSXrilSSka
neer Women will sponsor a
moonlight cruise aboard the
Seven Seas on Sunday, June 24,
at a p. m., according to Mrs. Pearl
^,nef!er' chairman of the ev?nt.
The boat will sail from Pier 8,
City Yacht Basin.
lo w'-'fi!
Nationa
en
Nawtpaneri. F
Concert Scheduled
A concert for Chicago dele-
gates will be given on Saturday,
fJrfr.23,'.at 8:3 P- m at th Jew"
A C""uraI Center, 420 Lenox
Aye., Miami Beach.
i. .rtnCipantI wU1 ^ Rose Dan"
bjT. "n8er: Anyuta Melicov,
^'Ji.Pf; Paul Beck, tenor;
a k h Brot"an.- soprano,
hv .h f SUPP'' w'" be served
by the women of the center.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22. '"
SIVAN 1. W"


22. 1951
Ruth Ullian, Morion N. Greenwald
Inge Vows In Temple Israel Kites
m. service Sunday in
Lrael united in marriage
?ma Ruth Ullian and
forman Greenwald. The
icchanged vows before
fch R. Narot.
Fide is the daughter of
[,l J. Ullians, 850 South
five, Miami Beach. The
>m's parents are the
Jreenwalds, 2142 Alton
ami Beach.
in marriage by her
ie former Miss Ullian
lhantilly lace gown fash-
Ith cathedral train and
ine collar. Her finger-
|ell from a satin cap, and
pi ayerbook was adorn-
I white orchids.
Loia Nevins served as
I honor in a green gown
te bodice and organdy
|iss Ruth Lippson, Mrs.
[Kaplan, cousin of the
|nd Barbara Greenwald,
Tthe bridegroom, wearing
tre the other attendants.
Schomaker, flower girl, t
irhite organdy over green
fGreenwald was best man
brother. Ushers were
Joikman, cousin of the
alius Ser and Jerry Linet.
Iwlyweda are motoring to
City for their honey-
ide'g mother greeted.
a Mown of champagne
i matching hat and
ShP wore a deep purple
|orsage. The- bridegroom's
chose a gown of royal
p. and chiffon with a cor-
[white orchids.
ier Miss Uliian is a
of Miami Beach High
re she was a member
National Honor Society.
t led Wellesley College
now a senior at the Uni-
Florida. She is a mem-
Alpha Theta, honorary
"ty.
nw ild is a graduate
ni Beach High sehocl and
li si!y of Florida. Ke is
| ir in law school there.
I is to Pi Lambda Phi
Bty.
their return from theii
loon, the newlyweds will
[in Gainesville, where they
oniplete their work at the
sitv.
>s Unveiling
ition of a monument to
lemory of the late Joseph
formerly of 534 N. W.
M.. will take place on Sun-
June 24, at Mount Sinai
fery. Mr. Jacobs is sur-
by his wife, Bella; two
Morris of Miami and Alex
few York. Arrangements
charge of Sands Monu-
..'orn party.
ALEM INN
Ll Wile and Pete Francis
le in and enjoy the pleasure
pining on the water .
cms food prepared by ex-
nominal prices.
450 Northwest
No. River Drive
the river just below
W 5th St. Bridge.
Parking for your car .
Jockage for your boat
Jpen til 5 A.M.
-ALL PETE Q_QOCJ
Hobermans Wed
At Lincoln Manor
da? at dRU-.br,le"ring Service Sun-
ImL v? m- ln Lincoln
! Manor Miami Beach, Miss Laura
Appelbaurn became the bride of
Heibert Hoberman. Raobi Mur-
ray Grauer officiated, assisted by
Cantor Jacob Tambor.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Appelbaurn of Brook-
lyn, was attired in a white lace
gown with fitted bodice and lull
skirt She wore full length
making gloves. Her nylon tulle
veil fell from a pearl and nylon
tulle headdress.
Miss Esther Hoberman. sister
of the bridegroom, served as
maid of honor in a gown of pale
blue satin with matching head-
dress, Aaron Applebaum, brother
"> tne bride, was best man for
Mr. Hoberman, who is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hober-
man, 500 S. W. 29th Court.
A dinner followed the cere-
mony. After a honeymoon in
Silver Springs, the couple will
live in Miami.
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LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
RE; *?.f ,^TY' FLORIDA
JOSEPH CHOJNACK1
I deceased,
Ti APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
lui" '? herebJ u'ven thai l have
L'.iar."";'' r'''"'" :""' Petition for
Final Discharge a Executrix ..r the
estate r Joseph Chojnackl, deceased
and that on the S3 das of July, 1951 i
"ill apply to the Honorable W F
Blanton, County Judge of bade
county, Florida, for ap.....val of mild
final report and for final dlmharae ns
Eexeeutrlx of the estate < Joseph
< hojnackl, tleci a
This :'"iii ,1,, ,,r jUI,e, 19.1
, ... '-' Sophia CHOJXACKI
- AMos BENJAMIN
Attorn. \ for Honhla
Chojnackl, Fxecutrlx
1 22-2!i 7 >;-!:'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141811
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fay KLAPIIOLZ, Plaintiff
BAMCBL KLAPHOLZ, Defendant.
Vcui. SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ, 17
Schwarsburg Strasse, Frankfort on
.Mam. Germany, are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to Ihi H
of Complaint for divorce on plain-
tiff's attorney. HAIKU.I> SHAI'lltO.
927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file Hi.....lginal In the office
of the Clerk of this Court on or be-
fore July 14, 1951, otherwise De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED June 14, 1951.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Clerk
Court Seali By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deput) i
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
ii27 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictil.....- name
ol FLAMBEAU APARTMENTS ni
1126 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida
BERTHA EASTVN
ANNIE JAi'i IB8TEIN
Sol" owners.
AMos BENJAMIN
Attornev for Applicants
6/21-29 7/6-13
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring I.....- i
In business under the fictitious name
of DIXIE APARTMENTS at lilt -
W. 5th Street, Miami. Florida,
t.. register said name with Ihe < lent
of the Circuit Court >< Dade I "
Florida .
SAM flOLDMAN
ESTHER GOLDMAN
MICHAEL M I8ENBERG
Attorney for owner-.
1107 Biscayne Blvd.
\ 2:-21" 7/6-13
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in business under (h- fictitious name
of MIAMI BASKET CO., at 150 N. W.
1st street, Miami. Florida, Intend to
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WILLIAM l BRENNER
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'BARGAIN BAZAAR':
A carnival of joy and bargains is promised for the Sunday
night oi July 1. when the Miami Beach "Y" unleashes a million
Hiilu ideas. Tagged its "'Bargain Baza..!." this will he a White
Klephants on Parade .Gifts fluttering ill already include dells,
line toys, a lovely salad bowl and soup toureen. and an engaging
little piano-bank ...
Oddity that always strikes one curiously i< how one woman s
white elephant is another's divine pet, It all makes for a good
:- icial roundwhat you don't care even to dust, suddenly is
another's "must" '. Everything will be available there, except
elothing. Proceeds go toward scholarships (or the day camp .
At the planning meeting the othei nigh: on the "Y" handball
court, grouped like an O'Neill setting under on,, tall light. .
mil pie were formed. Over-all chairman is the magnifi-
cently eapable Bea Hubernu.n. Julie Samuels, the executive di l
t ir, busied himself with notes for the announcements. These names
will ring a bell, when they ring your hell for assistance: Jack
Lampert and Freddie Sewall, heading games and booths Lila
Gross, for now merchandise Reyna Youngerman, in the sorting
and pricing department Esther Levitan, in charge oi publicity
. Harriet Cohen and Gertrude Schneid idents in
chai st production .
Lucky winners of the prizes 'and there's no admission-rate)
will get ^rie week's free luxury swimming at the ocaanfront
Delmonico Hotel: and professional dislocation .if the hips known
as the rumba taught by the teamed experts, Bill Crayton and
Chana 1- pez. Their dance-studio is at the Delmonico.
HEBREW ACADEMY SUCCESS:
The early rain on Saturday night may have washed some
pie straight back into their living-room, but you wouldn't
i the ibsenteeathe Kingston Hotel was so packed
with sev< ral hundred supporters of the Hebrew Academy's Father's
Day dance and barbecue
Ethel Mamches' enthusiastic description opened with her note
on Maurice Mamches' singing of "Hatikvah" (can't blame her
being enthusiastic about that man) Then. Coral Gables' Basha
Teppt: entertained with her violin and dancing. The Kingston's
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller'were official hosts. Mrs. Miller wear-
lack lace .
An orchid and silver loving cup presentation honored Mrs
I Makovsky's pasl preside! I thi Hel demy Women
Inten nt< atti n was visiting Rabbi Danzig of
Arizona, who brought friends b train-load of best wishes
Meyei Cohens, former part-owners ol the Tides Hotel
before thi elves in Arizona ... It all makes
cial round, aa ild previously (it was
in our midst will be the Brilliant family
n Jackson Heigh: Now at the Kingston, they plan to settle
It son entions to you, "There are the two Brilliant
you needn't get huffed and say your kids are clevi
It's really their name, and a very smart one.
I i n envy the aplomb with which their Daddy calmly
troductions, You know how men manage these matters.
On< says, shaking hands. "I'm Greenberg." The other. "Glad to
know you, I'm Fenster." The other. I'm Brilliant." I betcha this
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Betrothal Told
of Miss A i e e n
W dbaum to Q ild Taub, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taub of I
Peterson, N. J., has been an-
nounced by he,- parents. Mr. and i
M !, George Waldbaum, 2375 S. !
w. 2h Lane.
The bride-elect ... luated
from Miami Senior High School
and is now :, student nurse in
Barnet Memorial Hospital, Pat-
ei son
Mr. Taub. a native of Pati
attended school.- thi re and is now
enrolled at Rutgers University.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
KabceneHs Leave
For Jamaica Trip
Following Rites
Jamaica is the honeymoon spot
for Mr, and Mrs, Martin Joseph
Kabcenell, who exchanged vows
on Sunday at the Roney Plaza
H ite] before Dr. Joseph R.
Naret.
The bride is the former Miss
abara Cecile Boyell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell,
lti!)0 S. W 1st Ave. The bride-
e Mr. and Mrs.
Michael M. Kabcenell, Pontiac,
Mich.
For the ceremony, the bride
chosi n of candlelight tulle.
The bodice was sprinkled with
seed pearls and the bouffant skirt
was worn over hoops. A satin
he secured her fingertip illu-
veil. she carried a white
prayer book adorned with a cas-
cade of phalaenopsis.
Mrs. David Weiss was matron
of honor for her sister. Miss
Barbara Weinei and Mrs. David
Kramer also attended the bride.
All attendants wore gowns of
blue embroidered organdy.
Robert Kabcenell was his
brother's best man. Seating
guests were Jay Langer, Miami,
and Kenneth Solomon, Pontiac.
Upon their return from Jama-
ica, the newlyweds will reside in
Bayonne, X. J.. where Mr. Kabce-
nell will enter the Naval Supply
Corps Training School.
The former Miss Boyell at-
tended Rollins College and the
Universities of Miami and Flor-
ida. She is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Kabcenell attended the
University of Michigan and was
graduated from the University
of Miami Law School this month.
He belongs to Phi Delta Phi and
Zeta Beta Tau. I
Among the out-of-town guests
were Judge and Mrs. Glen Gil-
lespie and K> nneth Solomon, of !
Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kabcenell. Long Island;
Mr. and Mrs. David Weiss, Park
Forest. Ill ; Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo
Seckbaih and their son Mtrvin, I
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler |
of Tampa: Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Bronston and their son. Donald, I
and daughter. Barbara. New Ro-
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Jocelyn Pianidc
''" High school &i
studied art in WashiDBai
and Mexico City.
Mr. Loebl attended!.
N" York and North I
hi fore coming to the 1^,
of Miami where he ea|
1 He was a a
Nu Beta Epsilon. law L
and Alpha Phi Omega,"!,
nity. He was in tie]
for three years, tvo tft
were spent m the FJO.
Bass Unveiling
The dedication of a monumi nt
to the memory of the late Max
Bass, formerly of 1359 Michigan
Ave., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. January 24th, at
l p. m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciating. Mr. 'Bass is survived by
his wife, Clara; and a sister. Lil
Baker. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
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relative- are asked to attend.
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JUNE 22, 1951
*Jeist FhrMfan
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Lynn
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Rabin
announced the engagement of
their daughter. Lynn, to Louis
v. Ifson II, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miteheil Wolfson, ,;: a recent
: ing at the home of the
prospective bride.
The Rabins live at 1446 Lenox
Ave.. and the Wolfson's home is
at 5030 N. Bay Rd.
No formal announcement was
made, but the couple's intention
was revealed by serving cakes
with wedding rings baked inside.
No definite.date has been set for
the marriage, but indications are
that it would probably take place
in the early fall.
Miss Rabin, a native Miamian.
graduated from Miami High
school and attended the Ameri-
can Academy of Dramatic Arts.
She later entered Louisiana State
University and then transferred
to the University of Miami, where
she was graduated. She was a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon sor-
ority.
Louis Wolfson. also a native o:
Miami, attended Miami Beach
High school and graduated from
the Berkshire Prep school in
Massachussetts. He then attended
Oxford Academy, switch.;': I
Grinneil College in Iowa for two
Rabin
Here's my
secret...
erSOnaliy Speaking Native Miamians, Miss Lynn Rabin,
,nd Mrs. Ben Jonas. 248 S.W. 48th Avenue, left this '^ XV()ltson. Plan Fill] Wedding
a combined business and pleasure trip, which will
to New York Detroit. Chicago and Indianapolis
r ;t to return in September. Mr. Jonas is chairman of
Idship Club of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community
* *
ian Luria of 4575 Post Avenue, Miami Beach, is leav-'
[week to visit his children in New York City md Far
>y. N.Y.. and Bridgeport. New Haven and Anscnia,
.
fing their children and grandchildren in Brooklyn
Bay. L. I., and Norwich, Conn., are Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
fcrman, 3555 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach
+ *
Ernest Chernoff and son, Edward, 1601 S.W. 23rd
are leaving this week for Blue Star Camp Hender
N.C., where Mrs. Chernoff will serve as dramatic
the cimp staff.
*
hmering at their cottage in Woodstock, N.Y., are Dr.
|. Edward G. Lear. The Lears will return in September
'to open their school at 1010 West Avenue. Miami
+ *
and Mrs. Albert Hauer will mark their twenty-first
anniversary which takes place on June 21 with a
in cruise. Mr. Hauer is one of the owners of the Air-
rokerage Co. of Miami.
* *
on a 16-day Caribbean cruise aboard the SS Alcoa
| are Mr. ind Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs. George H. Fay. They will
rt of Spain, Trinidad, Willemstad, Curacao. Ciudad
Dominican Republic and Kingston. The group sailed
|n Orleans.
* *
[and Mrs. Jack H. Rosner of Lake City, Fla., announce
of a son, Mark, on May 31. Mrs. Rosner is the former
J. Gerstein, daughter of Mrs. Lillian L. Gerstein and
Morris J. Gerstein of Miami. Paternal grandparents
| and Mrs. William Rosner of Jacksonville. I
* *
tbert Laster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laster of
j received his B. S. in chemical engineering from Purdue
pty on June 14.
* *
cctioning in Hot Springs, Ark., is Mrs. Anna Berow,
lerson Avenue, Miami Beach. From there she will go
bit and New York, where she will visit with her children
sir families. She will be away until fall.
* *
Brotman will leave by plane June 25 for Banff and
Duise in the Canadian Rockies to serve as a delegate
[Canadian Authors convention being held July 2 to 7.
le to the meet she will stop off in Montreal with her
[to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her nephew, Peter Nathan
i. which is slated for June 30. Miss Brotman, music
holding a Paris scholarship, will be heard in voncerts
^treal, Ottawa, Toronto and other Canadian cities. She
jve with the music department at McGill University for
imer session. Upon her return, ehe will resume her
Iciasses, as well as sponsor several mijor musical
this coming season.
* *
and Mrs. Harold Rand have just returned from the
[where Dr. Rand attended conventions of the American
Association and the American Diabetic Association in
City, N.J.
* +
and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, 1751 James Avenue, Mi-
sach left this week for a two-month visit with their
X the Aliens, in Flushing, Long Island.
* *
tending three months in Staten Island, N.Y, with their
In are Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Horowitz, 950 Meridian Av-
IMiami Beach.
* + *
?w Miami vacation arrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn,
rsonville, N. C. include. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hutter and |
fichael; Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Simon and son, Robert; :
and Mrs. Chas. W. Jordan.
***
and Mrs. Al Berman and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Klein
osts at a sweet sixteen party in honor of their daughters,
and Rhoda, who have been close friends for many
The affair was given at the Sea Gull Cabana Club.
* *
Rationing in New York and New Jersey are Mr. and
ferbert Sher, 2111 S. W. 21st Street, and their sons, Ken-
Fnd Arthur. Mr. Sher is manager cf the Florida branch
'kstone Bros. Dairy Products.
* *
f- and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and daughters, Barbara and
are leaving this week for a vacation in New York
Lake George. N. Y., and Canada. In Lake George, Mr.
will attend a convention of Aetna Life Insurance rep-
itives.
* *
and Mr8. Tjvjn Goldstein. 6337 S. W. 14th Street, an- |
the birth of their second son. Edward Steven, on May j
8> Goldstein is the farmer Miss Mono Pastroff. Grand-
ee Mr. and Mr*. Alex Goldstein ef Miami.
PAGE/A
Shower For Bride-Elect
Mrs. Frederick B. Miller of 1215
E>ytcnia road, Miami Bead., will
honor her sister, Miss Jocelyn
Planick, at a luncheon and
Shower at the Roney Plaza Hotel
"ii Saturday, June 23. Cards will
follow. Miss Planick's engage-
ment to Burton Loebl recently
was announced. The ceremony
will take place July 8 at the
Roney Plaza.
Horn Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Horn, formerly of 2425 S. W. 27th
Lane, will take place Sunday,
January 14, at 10 a. m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Mur-
j ray Grauer officiating. Mr. Horn
i is survived by his wife, Esther;
a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Spero,
of Miami; and two sons, Jack and
Abraham of New York City; also
two grandchildren. Arrange-
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Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
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\rvatives Map Huge Rational
for Sabbath Obnerranve
IrK CITY (AJP)All. al pesters and newspaper and
it the Conservative radio appeals built Broun I I
Completed tenative catchy slogan "Preserve Your
fcn all-day conference j HeritageObserve the Sabl
lv to embark on what land the publication of pam|
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MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951
SEC. B
lonwide campaign,
, to begin next Yom
Bill utilize a completely
pproach in getting its
Icross to more than
nerican Jews, Dr. Emil
[United Synagogue of
Official, disclosed in an
with the American
ress.
aspect of the sweeping
, Lehman said, will be
to eliminate violations
jbath within local con-
Included among the
are smoking at Oneg
ceremonies and holding
and parties on Friday
t
completely modern ap-
the Conservative units
to use every gimmick
Pepper To Speak At Julu lib Rally
Sponsored Ku Hvavh It'nai Hi Kit
' & M .r Claude Pee-
per will be guest speaker at the
Annual July 4 Americanism ral-
by Miami Beach
. B'nai B'rith. in Flamingo
Park.
The patriotic observance is a
traditional community project of
thi B'nai B'rith unit, and is co-
ordinated this year with the
be in the process of forming in Greater Miami July 4 observance
17 regions throughout American, committee, headed by Col. Mitch-
The regional groups, in turn, will:e11 Wolfson.
set up local units to carry out the | The committee in charge of
intensive campaign. i the Miami Beach event will be \ sa8e of a more active citizenship
Local committees will arrange headed by Gilbert J. Balkin. and ; as the way to guard American
for advertising and newspaper j includes: Gershon Miller, Jack liberties and to provide for the
Gold, Jules P. Channing and world a living example of the
Samuel W. Shapiro. Featured vitality of free government," he
will be patriotic musical numbers declared,
by the Miami Federation of Mu- !
proach," Dr. Lehman told
American Jewish I'.
"We are using m 11 irn selling
methods, in addition t i old '
ioned preaching," he said.
The present time-table sets
Yom Kippur as the opening date
of the campaign. During the
summer months regional Sab-
bath observance committees will
dependence will be: "A Year Of
Rededication,'' it has been an-
nounced by A. B. Kapplin, B'nai
B'rith's national director of the
Commission on Americanism and
Civic Affairs.
"These ceremonies will inau-
gurate 'A Year of Rededication'
', to awaken Americans to the
value of the rights they enjoy
and the need to resist attacks on
these rights," said lodge presi-
dent, Samuel Shapiro. "We want
this celebration to carry the mes-
drives to press the drive.
Conservative rabbis will be
urged to devote one sermon to
the campaign during the High
Holiday messages next fall. Local
ccessful in modern sales pageants and inspirational serv-
ices marking the drive's start are
planned on a local level.
Local Conservative Sabbath
committees, meanwhile, are ex-
|in order to get their ob-
program over to the
public. Direct mailings
of eye-catching circu-
ing Jewish wives and
(to refrain from Sabbath
[and shopping are being
|rn..dern approacnes yian-
ie Conservative branches
oread d i s t r i bution of
on "How to Conduct the
Jight Ritual"; profession-
sicians Concert Band, furnished Frlrlia Tails f'roHe
through the courtesy of Roy ^aQ,e le,1S ^QS
Singer and the Musicians Trans- .'Only In America'
cription Fund.
Theme af the 1951 observance
of the 175th anniversary of the
pected to seek the cooperation of i signing of the Declaration of In-
other organizations within the I-----------"----------------------------------
community, including Zionist T c,,, T ni4_..j
groups. Jewish War Veterans and rwo students To Attend
others. Red Cross Training Camp
The younger generation wUl
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lOther For N. Y.
:il Presidency
YORK (AJP)The like-
!iat two Jewish candidates
fcace one another for the
City Council President
fall's elections was in-
this week with reports
ilcpublicans "seemed to
l that Rep. Jacob Javits
[be their candidate.
tal Party officials last
designated a young Jewish
Rudolph Halley, of Ke-
| crime probe fame, to rep-
[them at the polls. Halley
led to stand firm against Administrators.
bd pressure from Republi- |-----
|n in favor of Javits,
of liberal causes in
younger
not be overlooked in the cam-
paign. Literature and education
aimed at having youngsters
urge parents to more fully ob-
serve the Sabbath is being coi-
sidered. Efforts to integrate
youngsters into Friday night and
Saturday services by assigning
them actual parts in the serv-
ices are being probed.
Plans for the epic campaign
were reached at a meeting re-
Two students of Dade County
schools have been selected to at-
tend the Junior Red Cross South-
eastern Area Leadership Train-
ing Center, Miss Margery Con-
roy, local Junior Red Cross direc-
tor announced today.
Sylvia Pearlman of
Beach, Robert E. Lee Junior
High, will attend the training
camp at Camp Green Cove,
from
PHILADELPHIA (AJP) A
lump in his ailing throatthis
one caused only by thankfulness
and appreciation the Jewish
comedian, Eddie Cantor, here to
receive an honorary degree of
Doctor of Humane Letters, told
1,909 young Temple University
graduates this week that "only
in America could a kid who never
finished grammar school receive
such an honor."
Cantor received a huge ovation
from the graduating class. It is .
one of the comedian's first pub- I cently elected president of the
Miami lie appearances since being hos-
pitalized several weeks ago by
a throat ailment.
Ardmore Studio
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
Mrs. Weinstein ,
Named To Lead
Miami Hadassah
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein was re-
Tuxedo, North Carolina,
c7nUyrnatheUoffTce;0f''th;'uniied August 22 to September 1.
Benjamin Shifrin Dies
Miss Pearlman is president of
the Junior Red Cross council at
Miami Beach High school and is
active in the Junior Red Cross
county council.
Prenitzer is program chairman ,
of the Junior Red Cross county ; Mrs. Lena Shifrin, and a brother,
council and was recently honored i Dr Aaron Shifrin, both of Miami
bv a presentation of the Damen- Beach.
- "-- 'Gordon
Synagogue of America. Partici-
pating in the planning of the
campaign were representatives
of the U. S. A., Rabbinical As-
sembly of America. National
Young Women's League, Na-
tional Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs, National Young People's
ScX? SSSaftSft Si i stein Award for being the m 11 Gordon Juner
tional Asociation of Synagogue|ffffSSuf^^J^^^^J^
Benjamin Shifrin, 1?, of 847
Commerce St., Miami Beach, died
Sunday afternoon in a local hos-
pital. He came here 10 years ago
from Jersey City, N. J.
He is survived by his mother.
Services were held in
Funeral Home chapel,
ace in Woodlawn
Park cemetery.
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah, comprising 11 individual
groups having a combined mem-
bership of 3,000.
Others elected were vice presi-
dents, Mesdames Morris Alpert,
Isabel Altholz, Aaron Courshon,
Peter Brod, and Fred Jonas. Ber-
nard Stevens.
Also, recording secretary Mrs.
Philip Greenberg, corresponding
secretarv Mrs. Ben Zion Gins-
burg and financial secretary Mrs.
Harry Platoff.
Mrs. Max Gratz was named
treasurer and Mrs. Moses Krieger,
parliamentarian.
i the Liberals had said
\v prepared to endorse
the Congressman said
he preferred not to
T als then agreed on
1 major candidates for
: yor here last No-
: A in-Italian
Found. Vincent R Im-
l the post over Dem-
Ferdnand Pecora and Re-
ban Edwaid Corsi.
South Florida's Most Popular and Complete
i
Miami Accountants
led To State Unit
bcrt M. Altemus, president
le Dade County chapter of
Borida Institute of Account-
peecntly received announce-
il offical notice from David
In, secretary of the Florida
lute that two certified pub-
fccountants in the Miami area
elected to membership.
y are Harold S. Bamberg
iWilliam F' Juriet.
pmus pointed out that mem-
ip in the state organization
Bed on high standards of
peal, moral, and professional
imenU. The Florida Insti-
if Accountants correlates its
rial activities with the
pican Institute of Account-
Only persons who hold
I 9 to practice as CPA's
Jlorida are eligible for state
bership.
1 new members will be hon-
by the Dade County chapter
In early date, Altemus stated.
(nasta To Be Feature
Tamara Meeting
canasta party will high-
p the final meeting of the sea-
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Tuesday, June 26, at
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in Drive.
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Mimi Levy. District 5 secre-
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delegation. Other delegates in-
clude tht. Maxine Gerstenfeld
Marcia Karish, Barbara Lew'
Marcia Jervis Enid Bognar and
Barbara Gardener.
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?r Institute
tor Returns
ConHaves
rnest Ayre, director of
County Cancer In-
js returned to Miami
fting New York and
Ire participated in a
bf medical conferences
ckefeller Institute and |
; University, where he i
the setting up of a |
arch program with Dr ,
Jiambers, world famous |
Bologist who may come |
to head a new micrur-
oratory for special eel- ]
larch. This would in-
l>ve cell experimental
k- utilizing tissue cul-
hniques.
btreal. Dr. Ayre met with
| of a group of university
Is in conference there.
\ 31, he closed the Mc-
piversity Cytology Re-
aboratory which he for-
lirected. Dr. Ayre has
This entire research de-
bt to the Dade County
[institute, which he now
Lnd is setting up an ex-
[p search program in col-
n with the Medical Re-
Foundation,
ve cell experimental la-
and the micrurgical la-
will form an important
to the program of the
[institute, he said.
Letters To The Editor
To the Jewish People
Of Greater Miami:
I am going to call a meeting in
the name of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, of all
the presidents of every legiti
Jewish congregation and ask
them to help safeguard the dig-
nity and honor of the Jewish
community.
When I came to Miami there
were about three or four thou-
sand Jews living here, and there
were only two congregations,
Beth David, the mother congre-
gation, and Temple Israel, the
daughter congregation.
Since that time we have in-
creased to about 45 thousand
Jewish inhabitants and about 20
congregations. I have had the
honor of helping to consecrate
almost every Jewish synagogue
in Greater Miami. I always re-
joice whenever a new synagogue
is founded, to take the place of
those that were destroyed in the
old world.
But lately my heart has been
saddened by the actions of two
congregations, which have em-
ployed rabbis and then have not
paid their salaries. I have had
several meetings with the offi-
cers of each of these congrega-
tions and have called in several
rabbis and outstanding business
men of the community to help
the problem of each congre-
gation.
In one case we had four meet-
ind at each one the officers j
promised to settle, to compro-
mise the amount due the rabbi,
but these compromises were not
kept, and although the business
men I have called in to help solve
the breach of contract have them-
selves contributed each a few
hundred dollars, and one of the
members of Temple Israel has
borrowed in his own name for the
congregation $1,500 to be paid
the rabbi. The congregation has
not yet paid the balance due the
rabbi according to the compro-
mise. In the case of the other
congregation, they owe two
rabbis amounts that also were
j compromised and not paid.
The aim of the meeting which
will be called is to have the legi-
; timate congregations protect the
honor and honesty of the Jewish
people by helping to prevent the
1 formation of synagogues unless
' they are financially responsible
for their commitments.
Such unethical and unneces-
sary conduct in our outstanding
honorable Jewish community
must be prevented in the future,
and the two congregations whose
rabbis' salaries remain unpaid,
should be made to feel that they
must help to uphold the honor
of our fast growing Jewish com-
munity, which in every respect
has taken its place among the
finest in the country.
Let me close by saying what
every Jew here knows that I am
always happy when a new con-
gregation is organized, but I am
very unhappy when some of these
synagogues" fail in their honest
dealings with the officers em-
ployed.
Very respectfully,
JACOB H. KAPLAN, I
President, Rabbinical
Association of Greater
Miami.
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Judith Lois, to Leonard L. Platt,
' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Platt
1020 Venetian Way. Miami Beach!
The bride-elect is a Graduate
: Syi ise University, where
she studied art. She is an active
member of the Art Students i
League and exhibits many of her :
wrks at the Contemporary Arts'
GalUry. Some of these are now
on display
A navy veteran. Mr. Platt is
a graduate of Ohio State Uni-
versity, where he majored in
banking and finance. The Platts
who have been residents of Mi-
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Del Prad i Hotel on 26th St. and
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the silver anniversary of the
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Rosenbi rg ol 273 s. W. Kith St.,
and her husband's parents are
Mr. Julius Wilson of 263 N K
51st St. and Mrs. Gussie Wilson
of ion Alton RdL, Miami Beach.
Rabbi M x Shapiro officiated
at the !- mony which was held
at the Phyllis Kapp studio in
( iral Gables. The bride's sister
M -. Morton Lew oi Baltimore^
wa matron of honor, while Mur-
ray Zissen, friend of the bride-
groom, served as best man.
Out-of-town guests, all from
Baltimore, were Mr. and Mrs
Morton Levy and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Wax man.
The bride attended Baltimore
schools, and was graduated from
Miami High schoo] anci La France
beauty school. She is a past
president of B'nai B'rith Girls
pa.-t president of Phi Delta Gam-
ma and a member of Phi Sigma
Tau and Coterie Queens.
Mr. Wilson, a native Miamian
was graduated from Miami High
school, attended the University
of Miami and served one year in
the Navy. He is now a student
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. iiiniiif Chest
tmttve Hoard
ted Bm Prexu
number executive board
named by Sam H. Me-
newlv-elected president
B31-52 Community Chest.
L. Abess, James I.
.. and Paul R. Scott are
presidents of the chest
I each help advise Mc-
[n administration, policy
and planning the win-
Id raising campaign.
L on the advisory commit-
Harry Hood Bassett, vice
nt. First National Bank of
Edgar H. Chambers,
it. International Asocia-
Machinists; Oscar E.
financier; James L.
general manager, Miami
and last year's campaign
er: Stanley C. Meyers, at-
and Baron de Hirsch
financier and attorney.
Burton P. Nuckols, presi-
pentral Union; Mrs. Hollis
art: Henrv O. Shaw of
Bios. Oil Co.; John E.
, executive, S. A. Lynch
[McGregor Smith, president
a Power and Light Co.;
eorge E. Whitten, president,
lie's.
line for prospective Chest
es to file for membership
Any agency maintain-
qualifying standard is priv-
to join the Red Feather
b..
Round, Square Ball'
Planned By Masada
A "Round and Square Ball"
will be sponsored by Miami
Beach Masada Young Zionist
District in the Star-Lit. Pi
the Shelborne Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Sunday, Jun< 24, a1 8
p.m., announced Gertrude
dal, chaiman of the affair.
There will b< professional cal-
lers for the square dancing and
music will be by Allan Kole.
This is Miami Beach Masa-
da's second fund raising event on
the summer program to support
local and national Zionist activ-
ities.
Irene Kestenbaum is puolkitv
chairman. Sandra Palmer is in
charge of arrangements: Lou
Roman, posters; Gus Berlin, tick-
ets: and Mcnle Popovn, doer
committee.
ibier Bar Mitzvah
in Brambier, son of Mr.
\y Samuel Brambier, 919
_5th Avenue, will become
[". .ah on Saturday, June
It 9 a.m. at the Miami He-
! and Congregation.
S :i April will officiate.
(ii nan, who is a .itu-
indoah Junior High
will be feted at a recep-
.; w me the service in the
Ll ill of the synagogue.
7 Miami Teen-Agers
To Attend Judea Camp
Seven Miami youths will at-
tend the National Youth Judaea
camp, Tel Yehudah. Hapstead,
N. H., according to a recent an-
nouncement by the Southern I
Zionist Youth Commission.
The group includes Barbara
Falk. Rona Fox, Joseph Murray,
Madeline Palay and Leonard
Tupler of Miami Beach. Sandra
Rose Frogel of West Miami, and
Irwin Segal of Miami.
These teen-agers will attend
either ;he July or August ses-
sions, taking part in all rei
activities including sp
cussion grou ps, leadi
courses, and familiarizatii n oi
Young Judaea proj< l t! ,
Beach Library Opens Rare Coin Exhibit
The Miami Beach Public Li- first.
brary has issued an invitation to second
the public to attend the cui
display oi rare i oina from the
.....y of
O.ius. Fla., leading collector ol
this an a.
The exhibit includes one t th<
1792 "hall This was the
first ined in the U S,
Mint, and George Washington
n : silvi. this
coinage. Gold dollars and half
and quartet dollars, round a
Historic Costumes," the
"Textile Designs," and
the third "Antique China and
Glass"all were composed of
material from the library's own
IS with loan items from
private collectors.
This display will be on \ ii w
fl the tM >:t four weeks.
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U-M Student, Alumnus
Announce Engagement
To
Dolores Clientoff
octagon in shape, three-cent
nickel and silver pieces, Old Co-
lonial cents and Indian wampum
an ,,11 included.
Also on display are a number
of early American documents.
Among these arc "apprenticeship
paper" in which a father places
ins eight year-old daughter ap-
prentice to William Rittenhouse,
famous Philadelphia lawyer for
. a period of ten years: an old
"slave deed" that dates back to
1712.
The present exhibit is the
fourth in a series being held in
the rotunda of the library. The
Two U-M students, Miss May
Morgenstern and Frank K. Lip-
schutz, announced their engage-
ment recently at a dance given by
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
Mr Lipschutz. son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. .Lipschutz, received a
degree in industrial engineering
last week, but his finacee. daugh-
ter o! Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mor-
genstern of 1127 Euclid Aav.,
Miami Beach, still attends the
university.
Miss Morgenstern is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High school
where she was a member of the
National Honor Society.
Dolores Chernoff
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1951
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951
PAGT7d
Mount Sinai Offers Beauty Treatment
Designed To Bolster Patient's Morale
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Nothing perks a woman up
lucre when she is feeling low
than a new hair-do or a new
hat But how can she lift her
morale when she is confined to
a hospital bed.' This question
is being answered by Mount
Sinai Hospital, which' recently
introduced beauty service with a
bedside manner to its patients.
A portable bedside beauty unit
on wheels, with dryer attached,
and equipped with everything
one would find in a modern
beauty salon, will administer to
thost requesting beauty service.
The unit will be operated by a
beautician dressed in a pastel
green uniform. Mount Sinai is
the first hospital in South Flor-
ida to institute this service.
Announcement of the inaugur-
ation of the new beauty unit was
made by Mrs. Louis J. Krensky.
vice president of the women's
auxiliary, who said the service
would be added to those spon-
sored by the auxiliary. Chan
man of the service will be Mrs.
Arthur Burrell.
Approved by the American
Medical Association, this service
is operating in over 400 hospitals
in 39 stalls. Physicians report
that no' only does this add to the
patient's comfort and improve
her morale, but it further ac-
celerates her recovery by its
psychosomatic influence
Local beauticians are used for
this service and lake a short
course in medical ,.lines, hospital
routines ami special problems of
beautifying the bed-ridden.
The operation from permanent
wave to shampoo can be admin-
istered without disturbing the
patient's head, as it does not re-
quire a rinse. The unit must be
sterilized before it can be used
in the maternity paviUion, and it
contains its own sterilization
compartment for tools used in the
beauty operations. Beauticians
must follow the usual hospital
routine of visiting maternity first,
then proceeding to other floors.
A cap, gown and mask are re-
served for the beautician's use
on the maternity floor. This
service is expected to be a fav-
orite with the patients in ma-
ternity, who want to glamorized
before going home
All beauty services are subject
to the approval of the doctor in
charge, and can be given only
with his permission. Orientation
classes were conducted by Mrs.
Florence E. Dresser, of Dayton.
Ohio, national representative of
this program, at Mount Sinai
Hospital before all nursing sup-
ervisors on the new techniques
of doing sectional shampoo in
bed on the critically ill. Special-
ized cases m eye surgery, cardiac
and coronary cases, and also or-
thopedic and body casts, where it
is imperative that the position
of the patient remain undis-
turbed, wen' demonstrated.
Services available to patients
include foam shampoo, waves,
eye-brow arches, manicures,
facials and make-up, tint-bleach,
touch-up. permanent wave, hair
shaping and dry combing and
brushing. Tiler,. is a service for
men, too, which includes sham-
poos, scalp treatments, haircuts
and manicures.
Gift certificates are available
Bauinochl Heads
Mr. and Mrs. I nil
Art Baumoehl has been named
president of the newly organized
Mr. and Mrs. Juniors of tin Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation. The group is composed of
young married couples affiliated
with the synagogue.
Other officers of the group in-
clude Monroe Dixon, vice presi-
dent; Mai ion Sussman, secre-
tary: Gertrude Dann. treasurer.
Committee chairmen are Her-
bert Cole, social: Pearl Graham,
membership; Ruth Cole, refresh-
ments; Mr. and Mrs. George
Bernstein, by-laws: Monroe l)i\
on, parliamentarian: Marion
Sussman. publicity: Murray Orn-
stein, ways and means.
Next meeting of the
tion is slated for Tuesday, June
26, at 8:30 p.m.
Flagler-Granada Wins
1st Round In Softball
The first round in the second
.annual Miami Jewish Community
Center men's ftball intramurals
at Churchill Park ended last
week with the undefeated Flag-
ler-Granada group declared the
winners.
The second round begins this
Sunday, June 24, at in a. m., with
the center men facing the cen-
ter Varsitj anil at 1 I :30 a. in.
the Young Zionist District meet-
ing Flagler-Granada. Winners
iif this seconil round will meet
Flagler-Granada on .Inly 15 in
the pla> nil .
In tile '.'ill' ftball intra-
murals GYA ha bei n declared
u inner of the first i Kind.
To Intern At Mt. Sinai
Michael L. Horwitz, son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel B. Horwitz. 1420
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, will
graduate from the Chicago Med-
ical School on June 23. Horwitz
served with the 9th Air Force
Medical Department in the Euro-
pean Theatre of Operation for
27 months.
He will report foi intern
service at Mount Sinai Hospital
ll;a!tvsali I nil
To *' Films
Miami iInit i r Junior Hada -
sah has issued an invitation to
all young women between 18 and
25 to join them in viewing color
films of Mexico Citj and Aea-
pulco, t'> I leat u: i .1 .,! the
group's lust social meet ng "I the
summer season on Tuesday, June
26, at 8:1:") i). m at the "hacienda"
i'i Miss Eiki ii 1; ody, 222 Zamoi a
Avenue, Coral Gable
I lav Camp
To Open At
itcat Ii 4 Viilrr
Happyland Day Camp will
open at the Miami Beach Center,
2100 Washington Avenue, on
Monday. June 25, according to an
announcement by Miss Eva Glas-
sman, operator.
Registration .s open to boys
and girls between eight and 12
years of age. Miss Glassman said.
Happyland, will offer a program
.if activities, transportation,
lunch and an afternoon snack.
Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Happyland Travelogue will
take children on Saturdays only
to various local points of inter-
. '
Additional information may be
obtained by calling 5-0271.
Sales Tax Changes
Some changes from the old
tax law as amended by the
1951 legislature at Tallahassee
have been announced. Changes
include: religious, charitable and
educational shows are not ex-
empt; funerals above $500 are
taxable, unless casket is billed
separately: and soap, soap pow-
ders and detergents are no longer
exempt
The
Weizmann Institute
Gets $25,000 Grant
For Cancer Probe
NEW YORK (AJP)
Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehovoth, Israel, this week re-
ceived a $25,000 grant for its can-
cer research program from the
Damon Runyon Fund.
The presentation of the grant
was by Dan Parker, president of
the fund, to Meyer W. Weisgal,
chairman of the executive council
of the Institute on the eve of
Weisgal's departure for the Jew-
ish state.
Cancer research at the Weiz-
mann Institute deals with the
chemical, biological and endoc-
rinological aspects of tumors and
other abnormal growths.
Shapiro Will Present
Life Of Judge Mack
Harold Shapiio. narrator
the "Builders of Israel." will pre-
sent a biographical sketch of I
Judge Julian Mack on Sunday,
June 24, at 1:15 p. m, over sta-
tion WINZ.
"Builders of Israel" is a spe-
cial feature of the Yiddish Classi-
I cal Hour of which M. Nasatir is
', director and J. Birnbaum is the
social director.
sc/t/iTett
THE OLD COUPLE GO FOR
A WALK "TOGETHER."
HERE IS A CONTEST FOR FL0RIDIANS ONLY
position in which the patient Is0 ln;it well-wishers may give
must remain. A specially built I "beauty" to their hospitalized
dryer attached to the portable j friends. Each beautician gives at
unit can be adjusted to fit any I least one free beauty treatment to
position, and its heat control unit a service patient each week,
can be operated by the patient. J Directing the Mount Sinai Hos-
A new "no-rinse" detergent pital beauty program will be Mrs.
shampoo makes it possible to give I Ann Collins and Mrs. Harriett
a shampoo without lifting the I Williamson.
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unit *i l uitd for th. convenience of both patients and em-
Mh"%^ hospital. Shampooing Miss Schleiters heir is Miss
Mane Soranzo. and giving her a manicure is Mrs. Betty Johan-
on Miss June Jacquay. registered nurse, looks on. The new
^easUox'aPh^C1nerblin9Kfa,ien,S ,0 rCCeive a" ordinary serv
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Tuesday Evening 6 P.M.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
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RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Commentator
Israel Warship*
Leave I 8. Alter
l.i-ihiij Visit
Completing a good will and
training visit t. the United
which took them to fivi E '
ard citit son b
$500,000,000 State
Drive, two Israi
"Misgav" Havi n I and
naii" (Defei New V k
this week for Israel.
The Israel warships, undi I
command of 30 a old Com-
mander Shlomo Erel held
but impressive departure cer< -
monies at Todd Shipj I
. in Brooklyn where the
-hips were overhauled prior to
sailing for Haifa, th< ir homi
On hand to review the ships
and crew were Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, chairman, executive com-
mittee of the Greater New ork
Committee of the State ol Israel
Bonds; Arthur Lourie, Consul
el, neral of Israel: Yos I NV\
Israel's Senior Consul; Colonel
Chaim Herzog, Chief Military
Attache, Israel's Embassy; Cap-
tain David D Hawkins. Director
of Training I I 3rd Naval Dis-
trict of the U S. Navy: and Com-
r Joshua Goldberg, i
Naval Chaplain Third Naval Dis-
trict.
i g Erel,
farewells from Ca| I
11. .'. kins, Dr. Gi Idsti in nd Mi
Lou: ie, present. ,! t p tile I". S.
N vy the insigm ol thi I
Navj He l ted 1 Captaii
II.. :. kin thi Israi
Navy "fi m thi yi ingi I i
in tl It itest
f our thai
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before visiting Boston. They
n proceeded on to Philad
phia, Baltimore and Washington
In these five cities, more than
10.000 people visited the war-
ships, and an estimated 50,000
were turned away.
Alan Kaplan Will
Attend Med School
Alan Leslie Kaplan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Kaplan of 4350
Post Ave. Miami Beach, was
' graduated from Washington and
1 Lee Un vi tj al Li xington, Va .
and i>I..n to continue I
at Ci University Mi lical
S iol.
Whin Washin I Lee.
hi was named to Phi Beta Kappa,
national scholarship so li tj H<
member of Alpha Epsi-
lon Deli... premedical -
Zeta Bi T iu, social fi.it. inity.
Kaplan was als i senior man-
ag< r of the varsity tennis squad
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Friars, honorary sophomon
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Roosevelt Temple Plays
Hostess To Entire District
Roosevelt Temple 33 of the
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feature highlighted the evening.
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IE 22. 1951
****lsi>ncricfiar
Social Unit
Officers
Besinger Jva^ elected
0f the AAvnt Social
lii> Miami Jewish Com-
Eti r at a recent meet-
I group.
tlrivd to office were
Iviknff. vice president;
Bhackman, treasurer;
|k and Marlene Lurie,
jjin.u secretaries; Flor-
in, recording secretary,
kl ol single men and
1<-| IS, the club meets
jjnd and fourth Tuesday
nth at 8:30 p.m. at the j
he group has inaugur- i
i ies of musicales the
third Tuesday of each .
|b holds dances at the
the second and fourth '
On June 23 the theme ,
ace will be "Gay Nine- |
PAGE 9 B
Needed
stenographers and typ-
i ntly needed by the
ipartment of Labor in
Jon. l5. Ci to aid in the
[defense effort. J. A.
pager of the Miami Em-
Service office an-
oday.
|]ily for a starting salary
ir $2,875 with a year's
le, applicant must be at
tears of age and able to
words a minute, or take
at 80 words a minute
on to typing 40 words a
Bliss pointed out the
Si i vice offers 26 days'
and 15 days of sick
Ich year. There are also
pn.;l opportunities in sec-
administrative and pro-
fields.
pe interested in one of
positions, may see the
department representative,
be at the Miami office,
[E. 1st Avenue, on June
nd 29, from 8 a. m. to 4
la Plans Fete
li Beach Masada Young
|Di>ti ict will hold an Oneg
(t Friday, June 22, at 8:45
the home of Sylvia Na-
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FRIDAY
B'nai BVith Plans
Judaism Talks
In Summer Camp
The B'nai B'rith Institute of
Judaism has announced the sum-
mer session for 1951 to be held
August 1-5 at the institute's
quarters at Wildacres, V C.
The mountain retreat is the
birthplace of the summer insti-
tute plan and adult education of
B'nai B'rith and was inaugurated
by the North Carolina B'nai
B'rith Lodges in [948. Dedii
1 > Jewish learning, the program
a- designed to inspire and inl
;idult members of the southern
< immunities and, at the same
tune, to provide vacation facili-
ties and pleasant surroundings.
Theme of this year's lecture
t- tries will be, '"Judaism Through
tiie Ages" with top exponents of
j lbbinical thought and concept
as lectures Rabbi Oscar Z. Fas-
man, president of the Hebrew
Theological College, Chicago, will
deliver three talks.
Applications may be made with
Dr. Philip Naumoff. chairman
of District Reservations. Doctors
KUulding, Charlotte, N. C. or ,
t.ie president of their local B'nai
B'rith lodge. Reservations will
be accepted in the order of pre-
sentation.
Chairman for the institute for
District 5 is Maurice .-V Wein-
*-tein, of Charlotte, second vice-
president of District Grand Lodge
f. B'nai B'rith.
For further information call
the office of the B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida at
K2-9996.
B'nai B'rith I nit
To Sat Loader.**
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of
; B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
'first annual installation dinner
dance at the Sea Gull Ho1
ami Beach, on Sunday. June -4,
at 7 p. m.
Mrs Tena Katz, prei i lent ol
the B'nai B'i ith W m >n's C mncil
of Create: Miami w ill c induct
the candlelight i she
will install Mrs, G ild P Soltz
as president: Mrs nd Ep-
stein, ti-st vice president; Mrs.
Bui ton Ya vice presi-
dent; Mi l' SI rt, corre-
Mrs Maurice
Lew .'! in, i v irding seci et try;
Mrs Nat Shusterman. treasurer:
Mrs. Paul Needelman, financial
secretary.. Mrs. Stanley Falke,
parliamentarian; and Mrs Stan-
ley Saval, historian.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice
president of Fifth District Wom-
en's Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
will offer greetings on behalf of
the district.
Mrs. Irving Cohen and Mrs
Joseph Golden are in charge ol
arrangements for the affair. Mrs
Golden will act as t ustmaster.
Dinner will be followed by
dancing and entertainment.
Prominent Miami Beach citi-
zens, under the leadership of
I L. Mintzer. builder and de-
veloper, are planning a testi-
monial in honor of Councilman
Burnett Roth, pictuiad above,
the r.ewly selected vice mayor
of Miami Beach. The event will
take p'ace Monday ever.ing.
Jur._> 25. at the Hickory House.
3l.ul.iss.ih Group
Plans I.ii lie li ro n
Hannah Senesch Group of Ha-
issal will hold its first summei
flan- in the form of a luncheon
nd card party, at Moy's Golden
Dragon, 23rd St and Liberty, Mi-
ami Beach, on W< Ini lay, June
27, at 12 no,m
Canasta, brid ng and
other games will be played, ac-
ii lii g t > Mrs Ab
hairman Hei aides incl
the Mesdames N i n a Amst< i -
am, Abraham G i e e n b e r g,
m, Ralph Sp I
Teitch and Max Weitz Re
lions re n iv. being t iken
Tropival Loi f' To
f##r Dr. Ciriin
Di M B Ciriin will
1 imbei s : T pica Lod
Bnai B'rith. at it's regul et-
ing Tuesday evening Jun 26
':1 ,: Fed : ition i onferen i
om, 420 Lin.
: will be, Pr ib-
1 jms ol Blood !'
r '' in Co unity." D Cir-
I n i- h lirn .,nk
t the Mount Sinai Hospital.
Progi i!' in, M ix B
i iwskv, will outlim f,-
he 1 dge's
' i be held thi first v
in July. A doi 5 g lal wil
s t and arrangi mi nt ..
made f n the Dade C luntj Bl
Bank Hospital Unit t i
modate men
ind their friends who wish t i
give blood for the VA II
in Coral Gables.
P lident Lewis Sternshein has
announced that refreshments will
[>. served to each donor. Men -
bers of the blood bank commit-
tee include Howard L. vine, Sam
Kessler and Irwin Goldoff
Legion Busy Preparing
For October Convention
Advance plans for the multi-
million dollar 33rd annual Amer-
ican Legion convention here Oc-
tober 15-18 have been announced
by Ed W. Bait, national conven-
tion director.
He predicted that the conven-
tion will bring between $3l2-41-.-
million to Greater Miami. Accord-
ing to Bolt, four conventions will
be in session at one time, com-
prising 7,000 delegates and and
40,000 members.
Bolt outlined all other ne res-
sary preparati ins including I
ing, printing, catering, commun-
icati ins, transportation, and pur-
chasing
SAL Names District
Passenger Agent
Ralph L. Progner has been
appointed district passenger agent
for the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
road in Miami, succeeding Horace
E. Hitchings who has been named
assistant general passenger agent
for the Seaboard at Raleigh. N.
C. The appointment was an-
nounced by W. J. Ficht. general
passenger agent for the line in
Miami.
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B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Units Combine Meetings
Miami Beat h L idee an i North
B'nai B'rith, have ,
bine i thi ii luncheon club i
' ng i be held through >ut
h week at Tues-
' National Hotel,
1677 ColUr Avenu it has been
d bj Di Wilbui Wi
Miami Beat h I. >dg lunch-
e m i I
A. J Kapl in v..;: >rve
luncheon ch N ,rth
SJ..... L .: m i Le i Steinman,
North Shore presi I -nt, will co-
'
it Samui 1 W Sha-
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I peak
pul :. :- .:., ii ; attend
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We Sell Retail and Wholesale
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Anniversary Program
A special anniversary musical
program on Simon Seiden's J
ish Forum Hour Sunday. June
i4. will feature Cantor Maurice
Mamches of Beth David and Mrs
Cillian Nelson, pianist. The fea-
ture will be heard from 11 a.m.
to 12 noon over Station WFEC.
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Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 11-12 A. M.
Directed and Announced by
W. Miami Mason*
Charles Cherry was appointed
worshipful master of West Mi-
ami Lodge U.D., F. & A. If., on
Friday, June 15. The ceremonies
were conducted by Right Wor-
shipful Dr. Russell A. Williams,
district deputy grand master of
the 29th Mas ink district.
Officers of other Miami area
Masonic lodges participated in
the rites.
Others elected to lead the
West Miami group are Benjamin
Flink, senior warden; Nm man B.
Freeman, junior warden; Phillip
Salpeter, treasurer; Milt m
Sachs, secrretary; Mathew Sle-
pin, senior deacon; and Noble
Botwin. junior deacon.
Also Carl Whitted, senior
steward: Julian Pressley. junior
steward; Jack Sternsttin, mar-
shall; William George, tyler;
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JUNE 22, 1951
SGAL NOTICE
SALE OF BUSINESS
Vs IIBRKBY GIVEN that
LXMAN has. iv "f 'I"' :'"1
\ |). l'.'.vr, wold the busl-
\ UERICAfN 4'ltY I'K
\i;E COMPANY that he
t'l.....i-tlnf t Sb. 151 Nortb-
Itiver I'rlve, Miami. Dade
Jlorlda, to WILBUR C.
I JR., Who will continue the
ha at the same address;
)N WAXMAN will not be
for any ami all delitH ln-
the AMERICAN DRY
k,i SALVAGE COMPANY
, ,,f said sale.
WAXMAN. has the iiuthur-
jliiiul. '<.....,v"e :,l"l settle for
claims, ami obligations due
llgned and he will pay on
invoices or other notices,
obligations owing by the
iiN WAXMAN on account
fid business up to and in-
he 4th day of June. A. l>.,
SIMON WAXMAN.
I.. BLOOMBERG
for American Dry Dock
Company
r,M Kuildlng
Florida
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
)E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY
No. 141703
LR OF PUBLICATION
ANN MARTIN, Plaintiff,
, YfAHTIN, Defendant.
IAIN MARTIN
Carolina Avenue. S. K.
r&i D. C.
mm: hereby notified
II for Divorce has been filed
>ii and you are required to
.opy of your Answer on the
attorney, and file the origi-
,. offloe of the clerk of the
.nit On or before the 11th
.uh. 1951, In default of which
Of Complaint will be taken
m ii against you.
nth day of June. 1951.
K. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
.1. TALlANoFF
foi Plaintiff
Road
leach, Florida.
Mce
Hi .
less
Itl.VI
lyli
-
t'U
Count
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, desiring to engage
inder the flctltloui name
,E MANORS at 7SLM and
Avenue, HI iml Beach,
ml to register laid name
k of the I '' uit I 'ourt of
.. Florida.
P.EN.IAM1N MANN
DAVID SILVERMAN
TALlANoFF
r Applicants.

:E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
i gnrsa under the fictitious name
VISTA CLEANERS at M08
th Ave., Miami, Florida, in-
It Ister ^.iill name with the
lot the Circuit Court of Dade
, Florida.
MARGIE T. MEDINA
Sole owner.
I 29
ME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,'ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
IFOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141600
DTICE OF PUBLICATION
EU JANE SILVERMAN,
Plaintiff,
JV
I SII.VKItMAN.
JDefi ndant.
lit. fukii j. SILVERMAN
North Mst Str.....
pi. Iphia. IVnnsvls
Tare herby notified thai
of Complaint for Annulment
_. n filed against you, and you
Ireby required to serve a copy
ir Answer to the Bill of Com-
iii plaintiffs attorney, marry
0 Lincoln Road, Miami
... Florida, and file the original
r in the Office of the Cleft of
Br.-iiit Court, on or before the
fcy "f .iniy, 1951. otherwise the
Miens of said Bill of Complaint
Be taken as confessed by you.
TED this 6th day of June, 1951.
B. B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
> llv R. 11 RICK. JR..
L Deputy Clerk.
IN DIETZ, Esq.
'.....In R.....I
Iteiu-h, Moridi
ATTENTION
[ATTORNEYS!
he Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notice*.
appreciate your
go and guaran-
e accurate servic* at
[legal rate-. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
Z***[s*nori(Uagi
1!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tuc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT^!
AND FOR DADE COUNCTYCUFLORN
IDA. IN CHANCERY FLOR-
No. 141602
?O^B|Mo^DMA^en-'nt-
Ml Brtghtwater Court
Brooklyn, New York
You are required t< serve i mm
f your Answer ,.. ,,,,, fa ~M
plafnl upon Plaintiff, atfornev, MhJ
'V. MANNHEIMER, 120 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida and flE
the one Inal In the of,......., ,h,.','.,.^
of the ( ,r,.,t Coup, iT| f
County, Florida, or. or before theSth
day of July. A I), |95i; oU.erwiV.
MMH win be taken a. confused
Dated: this f,th day of June, A D.,
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Cuorl
By R. II. RICE, ii:
ir,i.
(SEAL)
6/-15-2i-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY.
No. 141606
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MARION RAPI'Al'oRT. Plaintiff,
NATHAN RAI'I'Al'oRT, Defendant
TO NATHAN RAT-PA PORT
Clinton Prison
P. O. Box I! .
Damemora, New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Bill tiffs attorney, arid file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk
Of Circuit Court, on or before
the 5th day of July, 1951. other-
wise, the allegations of said B II of
Complaint will lie taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 6th day of June, 1951,
E, B, LEATHERMAN,
(SEAL) i 'i.-rk of Circuit Court,
By I'.. 11 RICK, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
Oeorgc J. Talianoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
4:'il Lincoln Road
Miami I!.-.uh, Florida,
1/8-15-22- !9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to el
In business under the name
of "CATHY and C( i ," not Incorpoi -
at.-d. .it 3M i linn ber of Comi
Building, Miami. Florida, Intend to
register said nam< with the < iei k
of tin Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida.
J. J. FR1EDE (sole owner)
KASS, FULLER .v Cl'LBREATH
Attorney for > 'ATM v and C( >.
8-29 7 8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to
In business under the fictitious name
of Miami Webster Company, .it i'_'l
N. W. :mii Court, Miami, Fla In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROBERT 8 BORST,
s-.ie owner.
I. R. MATERS
Attorne) fot Applicant
41" Congress Building
0/15-22-29 7 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT col'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No
141538.
SOUTHEASTERN NATURAL GAS
CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs.
J Ii PENNINGTON and SAI.1.IK
PENNINOTON, his wife, et !
11. f. ud.uit-.
TO: J. D PENNINOTON and SAL-
LIE PENNINOTON, hi f< W. P
PBSNINGTON and HELEN L.
PENNINGTON, his wife; HELEN
HENRICKSON and, II n i I
1 er unknown spo ISi
If di ad, all t"' enow n h ii d< >
legatees, gi ml
parties claiming by, through, undi r
or agalnsl any or ellhi r < the above
named Defendants, wfjo an
known to be dead oi alive; ana
all persons or pnrties otherwise
having or claiming any right, title,
claim or Intel out I to the fol-
lowing di Ibed ; .to wit: ,
|,,t 14, Bloi : I, : ORANDVIEW
PARK, i Sui' l i Islon, ai cordiijR
,,, ,),,. p|,! thereof, recorded In
Plat Book 5 page of ''
li. Records of Dade C
TOU" ARE HEREBY N'OTIFIE)
that a suit to quiet title I > the
described propero has been
against you in the ibovi.....;'
cause and you are herebj requl I to
sen,, a copy of ypur Ansn
I'leadim- to the B '1 Of I omplaitt
on the Plaintiffs ttoineys, Pallot.
silver. Abdo A Mulloy, "' '"7V Vi
Building, Miami. Florida and file he
original of such Answer or i i
in.s with the CTefk of the C
Court on or baton the 9th day of
lulv A D. 1951: otherwise, i I
Pro 'confess, will lie entered against
yThli notice shall be published once
..;h Keek for tour .-..-...iv.. weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID AN.
DATED this lib daj ol June, *
Wlt B D. LBATHERMAN,
,-... \. ,.{ Cln iiit C iurl in and
f,.- Had. rlaB'
.Circuit cou-t <>>w worKINO,

^^^^
"ITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
2. 1 T. MIAMI 32. FLA
PAGE 11 B
IN Ti?Klf.f,?,V,..PUBL'CATION
i-, ,. IRCLIT CIlfRT UK TUP
V \'NDn.', "r "<'' CIROJI?
rj.i.iiM POR DADE COUNTY
ILORII-A. ,N CHANCBRYi no!
VIVIAN TOSCANO
Plaintiff, vs
To"\S T^CATNO' '"i"li>nt.
-ii m'-'I:",.!;'.
I'",1:1''1- '""- Island, New York
servi a copy of your answer to the
' ." -mplalnt In the above cause
::.:"\;",;r, ii- piamtifrs ,,..,-
and file the original in the
of the Clerk ot the circuit
June lM '"' ,:"" th" -''' ,|a>- "f
uh.. I.'.,]. othiTwis.. and [.in #
*JJ will be taken ,,s conM
Dated, this 2J day of Mav. 1951.
E. It LBATHERMAN
lerk .f circuit court
I Co].. 1 'oi;'(r\ Kl.e-id'.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIGE,
MYERS, HEIMAN !v"'k V,,.^
Attorneys foi Plaintiff
150 Seybold Ruildlng
Miami J2, Florida
6/1-8-15-22
iv ,N,?,TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN IIH, CIRCUIT COURT >f THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
?? CHANCERY, NO.
CHARLES GEORGE HAMBS
Plaintiff, vs.
ELLA HAME8, Defendant.
TO; 1:1.1.a HAMES, Apt. 28
1671 Lexington Ave.
New York. NY.
TOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the l.ill of com',
plaint for divorce on plaintiffs attor-
iiey. and to file the original answer
in the Office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit court on or before the '.'9 day of
June, 1951; otherwise, the hill of com-
plaint f..i divorce heretofore filed
n, win be taken as confessed bv
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 29
day of Mac, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the c. ;u court.
lit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING D.C
MICHAEL M. ISENBERQ
Atty. for Plaintiff
1407 BIscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida,
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, NO.
1 I! 100
JOSEPH DEUTSCH, Plaintiff,
\ H
ELIZABETH DEUTSCH,
dant.
TO: ELIZABETH DEUTSCH
993 Columbus Avei
N.-w Yolk City, N.w York
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complalnl for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer on the plaintiff! attor-
ney, FRANK 1: FREEMAN, 1521 Ran
American Rank Building, Miami.
Florida and file the orglnal in the
office "f the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 28 day of
June, 1951, In default of which this
Of Complaint will be taken .is
. -11 r- used against you
DATED ih 29 da) t>f May, 1951.
B R LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the Clrcull Court
(("in uil 'ourl 81
By U C FEIGE,
1 ii p ity Clerk.
6/1-8-15-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SI ITICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
,. bnslnesf 11 '.....hi
nf BEST 1 '1NANCE CO.. at R
ford Rulldlng, Minn FI01 Ida In-
t. mis ti n glster name n Ith the 1 "lei k
,,f 11, I ...... County,
Fl0Tm- ESTHER BERMAN
Mll.l'i IN R M VNNHEIMER

12(1 Lincoln Rod.
V :. i
6/1-8-13-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY OIVEN thai
the undi signed, deslrlns In 1 ngag<

.......Iln"
Avenu. leach. Ii '.! b. r.-e-
Ister v '" 'k.,"'.','"'
lorida
M \\ 1 X d 'MAN
HENRI FESSLER
HARRY DIETZ
Vtton ey for A
.'n Road
6 8-13-22 _____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IV THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN' PROBATE, NO
26018.
In R. ESTATE OF ,
ETHEL D OWEN. Deceased
ToAII Creditors and All r;" onHa v
\"claimsot Demands Against said
v ,'''ind each of you. .tie hereby
BMSMBSS
i,i, ,,f you. ii ininst th.
ftnij ,S
s
win
v ft KAPLAN
l-'xecubir
6/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTiriOUS
v. .. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
'", underslgiiad, desiring to engage
"1 SwiSSR. u.nd?.r, :l", "etltious name
pi BENDIX LAUNDRY at 8878 N. W.
.th Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the 1 l< rk
'. th'' ''.ir'':'i, r',""'! >' D-de Coun-
tv, Florida.
,.,, ALEX CHERNIN.
POKES ft IRISHMAN",
Mtormy.s for R-iidix Laundry.
B/8-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT col'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, NO.
141492
ANGELO CORCIONB,
Plaintiff, vs.
ISAISKLLA COR.cioNi.;. Uefendant.
TO; ISABELLA CORCIONE
C/o Mrs Tillle Ravellone
7 Ramsy Avenue
Yonkers, New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
It a suit for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer to said
bill upon plaintiffs attorney, and file
the original with the Clerk of the
1 Ircuit court of Dade county, Flor-
ida, on or before the 30th day of June.
1951; otherwise said bill of complaint
will be tak.-n .1- confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1
day oi June. 1951.
E. B. LEATHER.MAN,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
.. Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN It. LYONS, ESQ
Ht-I2 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Florida
6/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to en-
gage In business under the fictitious
name of SILVER PAINT COMPANY
a' Dade County, Florida Intend to
ter said name with tthe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOUIS S1LVERMAN
PETE SILVERMAN
SAM SILVERMAN and
ALBERT BLEICH
1 'o-Partnei a
MARX M. FABER Atty.
412 C01 grest Rod::.
6/8-15-22 -' 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN .hat
ndersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
r DOC'S PARKINO LOT, 11' W
Miami. Florida, In-
tends tl ^
the Clerk of the Cln ill Court of Dade
l- irlda,
ISRAEL SI.OT8KY,
s l- Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant,
Seybold Building.
G >-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA HOME at r.'.'l':. N.W.
22nd Ave. intenda to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida,
lb IPKINS PUBLICATH 1N8
DAVID BHUBOW
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T'l MARTHA IPSEN, c/o MRS
MARTHA RICHTER, 65 Forrest
Avenue, Paramus, New Jersi
v..'i are notified thai a BUI of Com-
plain) for Divorce haa bei 11
against you In the Clrcull Court ol
the nth Judicial circuit of Florida,
Had.- County, Chancery No. 141311 by
Thorwald Ipsen a/k/a Tommy [psen;
i..i are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answ.r on Mordecal N
RoBt'h, Plaintiffs Attorney. -I'.'n Lincoln
Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and file
the 01 Iglnal answer in the di rk -
office Of said Court on or before .tune
151; or said BUI will be tai.
1 bv you.
Dated Maj 24, 1951.
1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk C Ct.
lit Court Se I) ____
By M C. FEIGE, D.C.
6/1-8-13 23 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
,. .::,.,!. .!. : ing to engage
In business under the fii tltlous name
. MIAMI PLASTIC WARE CO., at
. I.angford Building, Miami. Flor-
... : name
the Clerk of the Circuit C iui I
.,; 1 >nde 'ounty, Fl irlda.
ESTHER HERMAN
MILTON K MANNHEIMER
B man
120 Lincoln Road.
Miami Reich. Fla.
15-23_____________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
No. 141778
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
WILLIAM BRAQIN, Plaintiff
vs
MARY BRAGIN, Defendant
T( 1 MARY BRAGIN
186-05 Wexfbrd Terrace
Jamacia Estates, New ^ork
YOI ARE REQUIRED to serve a
ropy of your Answer to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, and to file the original
Answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the Clrcull Court In and for Dad<
County, Florida >n or before the it
1 ,v of July, 1951; otherwise the Bin
of Complaint filed herein will I"
like" I '-'''
11, ai Miami. Florida, thli
LEATHERMAN,
Circuit 1
By WM. W. STOCKING
mrt Deputj C
Si '
NORMAN R LYONS
ipla Bldg.
Miami. Fs
Attorney for Plaintiff
.. 7/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 141398
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Marion NEWMAN, Plaintiff
MAN NEWMAN, defendant
TO MAN NEWMAN
654 Wesl I61sl Street
NeW YOrk. Ne\\ Y ''
You are hereb) notified that a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has been
riled agafnst you, and you are reoulred
to serve a copy of your Answer 01
Pleading to the BUI of complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, CHERTKOF
AND KAi.isii. ii"T-nx olympla Build-
ing. Miami. I-lorida. and file the
Norlglnal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circu '
Court on or before the 19th day of
July, 1951. If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be tak.-n against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Rub day of June, A D.
19..1
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court. l'.d
Countv. Florida
B> WM W. STOCKING.
fClreull Court Seal) 1 >uty clerk
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISII
Attorneys for Plaintiff
697-6 >8 llympla Building
Miami. F'ortda
; 22-29 7 6-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE No. 26137
In Re: ESTATE OF
OERSHON AUGUST *
Deceased 1
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You. an 1 each of you. are hi
notified and required to present any'
claims and demands which you. or (
either ,.f you, may have against thai
estate of QERSHON AUGUST, de-
ceased late of Miami, ic.de county.
Florida, to the Hon W. F BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eieht calendar months
from the date of the first publication
li.r.of. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be BWOI n to and
sented as aforesaid, or same will be
bailed.
Date June 11th. A. D. 1 151
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
Ac Exei : >i of the
1. isi will and Teal 1 -
m. nt nf 1 iERSH) IN
AUGUST, 1 ie i I.
DAVID A FRANK
attorney for Executora
S 1 ilj mpl 1 Bl Ig
.; 15-22-29 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY- GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious r.antft
of FINE ARTS BTUDIOS at 901 S.W.
27th Avenue, Miami. Fla. intends 1
register said name with the i'|.
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
STANLEY PELDMAN
6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SECURITY CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY (Not Inc.) at -2'H S.W.
87th Ave Miami. Fla. intend to reg-
ald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
id.,.
ROBERT MILLER
I. S. Sli \I"EF
6/1-8-15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
COMMON LAW
No. 25417-D
NOTICE TO APPEAR
RBNZl 1 \ I:I: INI AN] lOLO ila 1
known aa P.. ABBON DANDOLO,
Plaintiff
vs
ESTELLA M GANYARD, Defendant
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
It ai>p a ring that the 1 i
Cases made and provided has been
complied with in the above entitled
cause, the title of which said cause
Is hereby made a part hereof at
though fully i rth hen n. enl
Ing the Plaintiff, RENZO ABBON-
DANl ii/ c eti 1 1 Noii, a to appear
1 to vou. the Defendant, ES-
TELLA M GANYARD,
NOW, THEREFORE, YOU. ES-
TELLA M GANYARD, the Defend-
ant In said cause, whose age is over
2] years, non-resident of the State ol
I'lorid.i. in.- hereby notified, ordered
and 1.....ilred to file your appearance
In said cause or proceedings on or
before the Rlth day of July, 1161,
otherwise default will be entered
against you.
The nature nf said cause or pro-
ceedings against you is a suit for real
estate commission instituted by at-
tachment. The description of the real
property proceeded against Is:_____
Lot 10 in Block inn NORTH.
DADE COUNTY, CITY OF MI-
AMI. FLORIDA, as set out In
the Public records of Dade Countv.
Florida, commonly known aa the
PORT KN11X hotel, together
with the furnishings therein con-
it is further ordered that this Order
be published one.- a week fOC 4 con-
secutive weeks in The Jewish I
idlan. a newspaper published in id
Countv and State. .,-.,,
WITNESS lll> hand and Ol
seal of irt, this IJth day Of,
""" l051E B LEATHERMAN.
Cl.ik Hade County Cir-
cuit I
Bi WM. W STl "'K MO,
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R iv vI
$10 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. I' Id
Attorney for Plaintiff
6 15-22-29 7/o
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Working on plans for the June dar.ee to be given by the Trop-
ical Chapter of B'r.ai B nth Women at Sonsnto Hotel. Miami
Beach, on Sunday. Jure 24th. are 1. to r. Mrs. Manny Jacobson.
telephone- Mrs Joseph Feldman. refreshments: Mrs. Sam os.
prixes: Mrs. Max Sirotta. refreshments: Mrs. Irving Laibson.
publicity: Mrs. Irving Cypen. overall chairman Mrs. David
Adelberg was not present when the photographjvai^ taken._______
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son who resigned shortly after Lt T?
appointment last winter a.- M
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Mobilization. Wilson held t.-.- Am-.;,
past from 1947-51.
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lay-nan He received his educa- He iwtririU
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