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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24Number 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
(Calls For
Pact
Jewish War Veterans i
two-day conclave at j
Bch Sunday by electing
? of officers and call-
Pacific defense pact
the North Atlantic
jn.
,up elected Victor
of Hollywood as state
ei to suceed William B.
Meyer Appointed Chairman
Of Supplemental Campaign
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, prominent Miami Beach attorney and
communal leader ,has been named chairman ol the supplemental
campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal, being conducted by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A goal of $87,000 has been
set to raise necessary funds for the continuance of the vital
ices of the seven local agencies
Summer llond
Contest ( ontinuoa
The Zionist Organization of
America. Hadassah and Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
maintained their leads in the
three divisions of the summer
competition for the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond drive this week,
Dr. Morris Goodman announced
Surf side Prohibits
'Restricted' Signs
Enactment by the Town of
Surfside of a comprehensive sign
ordinance containing a provision
prohibiting signs which are dis-
criminatory in nature, is announ-
ced by Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
;ue of B'nai
serv- Wednesday.
mo" o7 Hoflywood; who are partieipants'Tn the"Ap-I Service Bureau; Maurice Perl- The Council of Organizations, Defamatj0n0 Leag
named judge advocate, peal. stein. Jewish Home for the a unit of the Greater Miami Com- BVith
Dior State Vic* com- Need for the supplemental Aged. William .lick, Mount mittee for Bonds of Israel Gov-
as William Oster of i drive was cited by Meyer when | bln'" H(,!>Pllal-
junior vice com- j he stated that oniy through the
[Bernard Koloff of Mi-
ll.
jrimately 150 delegates
the two business ses-
Sea Gull Hotel, con-
tieadquarters, Sunday.
officers elected were:
line and Sid Horn of
knd Frank Diamond of
Bile, trustees; J. Jay
>f Hollywood, adjutant;
Lewis of Hollywood,
staff; Saul Chetlin of
Bd. quartermaster; Lester
>{ Miami Beach, chief
kth C. Braidman of Mi-
raising of "these additional funds
can we hope to overcome the
critical financial problems of
our community's agencies."
A buffet dinner meeting on
Monday, July 2, at 6:30 p. m. at
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
Douglas Gardens, 150 N. E. 53rd
Street, will launch the drive. In-
vited to attend are the 350 men
and women serving on the
boards of directors of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, Mount
Sinai Hospital, Jewish Centers
Asosciation. Bureau of Jewish
Education, National Council of
Jewish Women, Jewish Social
Service Bureau, Jewish Voca-
licer of the day; Edythe j tional Service. The leaders of
Miami Beach, historian; these constituent agencies will
krd of Miami, service of- discuss ways and means of rais-
kd Bob Fishkind of Tampa ing the $87,000 needed to carry
It Gobey of Hollywood, Guest speaker of the evening
relations. on the work of the local agencies,
deputies to the chief 1 will be Stanley C. Myers, local
were Lou Deutsch of | attorney, former national
Dod. Lou Phillips of Mi- | president of the Council of Jew-
ddy Logue of C o r a 1 I ish Federations and Welfare
)ave Nadler of Tampa, i Funds and former president of
sder of West Miami. Sam the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
|m of St. Petersburg, I eration.
Sheier of Jacksonville, ; Serving on the arrangements
|ul Von Zamft of Miami committee for this meeting are
Albert Comanor, Jewish Social
'the tirst graduation or cantors
*>
-
/r
The first class of cantors ever to be ned '" aJune 17, at
atois on American soil wu graduated on ="n",York. Among
^ Hebrew Union School of Sacred Mus.cin New i
hlTS at the exercises were Dr. NeUon Glueck (top ^
N of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish I1'*"1* **1 College-In-
WtM A. Jaffa (right), chairman of the Board oi the oJ the
tute; and Dr. Abraham N. Franxblau (botto"'' ol Jewish
fhool of Sacred Music, and Dr. Exic Werner. P'le"or Executiw
Pu>c at the College-Institute and chairman or of
tommitte, of the School of Sacred Music. The Jscno ^^
k CoUege-Inatituf and only school for fg~L&Z wd R-
F*fre its men for ferric* in Orthodox. Conserw
* ynagogu*s.
Rosen, Saperstein
New Beach Judges
The appointment of Attorney
i Jack Rosen as municipal judge
. and Assistant City Attorney A
ga], n as associate municipal
judge was announced Wednes-
day at a Miami Beach city coun-
cil meeting by City Manager C.
A. Renshaw.
K. n replaces th< lati Judge
D P Galen and Saperstein fills
the vacancy left by Councilman
Bernard A Frank.
r isen became the new
t judge 1 : 4"3-j
t, in won his ap-
I a 4-L vote.
ZOA Stands Criticized
PARIS JTA A resolul
expressing regrel ove th.
taken by the Zionist O.-
lion of Ameri. I support
aJ Zionists in Israel
dopted here Monday at the
th< General Zionist
oun-
participated m the session.
Dade Countians To
Sign Pledge Of
'Rededication'
Dade County resi enfc and
., alike are beinf ask. I
' 'n a "Pledge of Rededica-
"," he ideals .-".I I
i tlon '
Indepi
Mitchell Woll r,""i
the Dade Countj' cornm *sion for
the ol "f !he f ?{,.
m
SJmt of rededication to the
eedom and personal,
liberty ,hp
Three thousand copies of tne
i a*, h-.ve been distributed to
pledge have Dei. reiig,ouP. '
ESS" JeSran fraternal, and
SoSaror&tions for s.gna- ;
|S?8sSs* js
I Place in this area.
eminent, is offering awards to i Adopted April 9, the Surfside
the organizations selling the ordinance prohibits the display
greatest dollar value in bonds of signs -containing words which
from June 1 to October 1. Prizes j. 4
also will be given to groups sell- "* discriminatory in nature,
ing the greatest number of bonds *h. ?, restricted or select cli-
in relation to their membership emele
strength, but standings in that Passage of the ordinance fol-
category will not be available ]owed a continuing educational
until next week, Dr. Goodman program developed by the ADL
stated, committee of North Shore Xodge
Z.O.A. has sold 135 bonds B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach, in
amounting to $33,700 since June cooperation with the Florida
1, with B'nai B'rith second in ADL Office, Balkin said,
the men's division with sale of
11 bonds for $4,300. Farband is David Pollack Surfside city
third with 15 bonds for $2,350. councilman and member of
Mizrachi has sold three bonds North Shore Lodge, was active
for $1,350 and the Jewish War m the town council in spearhead-
Veterans one for $100. ln6 thc anti-discriminatory sign
,, u .on i__j^ provision in the ordinance.
Hadassah has sold 138 bonds K
for $32,850. while the Pioneer "This action by the town coun-
Women have turned in 36 bonds cji 0f Surfside, located immedi-
and $7,700. Mizrachi's seven ately north of the city of Miami
bonds for $1,350 and the Ameri- Beach, is particularly significant
can Jewish Congress' 10 bonds jn that it marks an important
amounting to $750 are next in the extension of the anti:discrimina-
women's division. B'nai B'rith tory sign provision first adopted
trails with four bonds for $350. jn the Miami Beach anti-discrim-
In the religious groups division, inatory advertising ordinance,"
the Miami Hebrew School and Balkin said. "Passage of this or-
Congregation has sold six bonds dinance in Surfside is a notable
for $2 550 with Kneseth Israel indication of the movement to
- next with'seven bonds for $2,400. eradicate social discrimination
Beth El has turned in $1,300 from and the blight of discriminatory
15 bonds sold and Beth Tfilah displays from the State of Flo.-
has sold four bunds fur $1,150. ida." he added._______________
IRAQ EMIGRATION SOARS
AS UJA SAVES 125.000
Jewish Appealtnis v.- rumbers v:a the UJA-financed air-
movemenl to Israel ol laeord Vme"fc are ,vp;cal of those
Hft. The <*Od*.jQJSj'gi,<$Of "is mass rescue
brought to Israel from Baghaads.ncpaiest.ne
program m May. '""",. rescue and transfer to Israel of
funds, has made P0"*1* .th" St"mes the numLor ftat were
125.000 Iraqi 3/**^Jrg 194 50. American Jews must
01 KLTSSV&^cSS53 Jr-i" ~sSac


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+Jenist> Fk>r3dlian
Cantor Malek Wins
Music Scholarship
Cantor Ji seph W. Malek i i
C ral Gables Jewish Ci
has won a n ip t i
indi is Insl I rim
An Sanl Su Cal.
Th(

the :; begin
his July lii
: will stu even

Dr. Shlomo Bar-
din, ex iti\ lirecl
tated tha t< I ires in Jew-
n ..- ill study at the in-
I
Wall
with his pa ents al 1622 Michi-
Avi Miami Beach, is als i
li< ach atti rni y, He
has sung ...- a mi i thi
Canl ir's Ass iciati i i rus.
Newly elected officers of lhe 1.200-memb.r Miami Beach
Chapter of the University of Miami Alumni Association are 1. to
r.J Nat Ratner. piosident; Sid Josepher. vice president; Shirley
Gerstein secretary; and Marshall Langer, treasurer The Miami
Beac.n Chapter is the only University of Miami municipal alumni
group in Daae County and is open to any former university slu-
oent who resides in Mian. Beach.
Basic Hebrew Course
Opens Monday Sight
Local NYU Alumni Unit
To Attend Baseball Game
Following a summei poli
t>u ini a ah
vents, the NYU Alumni ;
Kr.'up in Miami will attend the
ball came June 30. at 8 p. in.
at the Miami Stadium, accord-
ing to Beulah Godwin.
Members and guests of the!
club will have theii own cheer- '
tion for which tickets may
' lined at the reservation
window at the stadium.
The group will then meet for
a p. st-game snack.
Shown preparing for the Miami Beach *.
Americanism rally ,o be held at Flamingo Park JZT*
mng. July 4. are: ,1. to r.J Samuel W. ShapJ0 Drl ^
Beach B'nai BTiih Lodge, sponsors of the event 2^
chairman of the lodge's committed on Atr"rie?^rtil1
affairs, and general chairman of the "llv Z*r"*>*
co-chairman. Hon. Claude Pepper will b orini ,"*"*
Patriotic music will be furnished by .. A'S***
Musicians Concert Bard. The Miami Ech Sw ^
ordinated with the Dade County comrr^.V. 1B '
of July 4. of whichCol. MitcMl WoTcn" cLLt?
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Bandel To Speak
I. u Bandel, Miami city com-
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foi the
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1 !'' mty Civil Defi
! itincil; member of the Hous-
'' City of Miami
::'!"-- vce president of Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
listed in "Who's Who in the
South and Southwest, program
ector of the Prof, sional En-
Bmeerang Association of South-
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23. 1951
-. ii
7 Say...
thrilling to watch the enthusiasm that
tn-Guiion in New York and other metro-
[i,s His reception by Mr. Truman and
Jnment officials evoked pride in everyone
fed for the establishment of the Jewish
f Mr. Ben-Gurion's statement exploded a
in Zionist circles The fiery Prime Minis-
L'l may yet bring about the dissolution of
' Zionism.
Less leader
urion is the archetype of the new Jew
Jr. the process of rebuilding Eretz Israel.
Cgt with older leaders merely emphasizes
gc thu> has taken place. Former spokes-
cautlous and reasonable, too aware per-
he Diaspora, and too fearful about ulti-
fcurity. Their attitude was largely apolo-
eir methods defensive: their concern the
threatening their people.
Premier seems to reverse the diffidence of
is With the possible exception of Jabotin-
other responsible leader has displayed his
it took a daring, unprecedented in Galut
[to proclaim the State of Israel in the face
Itened invasion by five Arab armies, of
(from the British Foreign Office, of opposi-
jthe United Nations, of chicanery in our
Lpartment, of divisions within World Jewry.
fof the War of Independence seems largely
is courageous direction.
\sTRUCTIVE STATESMAN
flit for the formation of the new government
is to the firm and astute leadership of Ben-
His were the important decisions that ex-
Ithe Arab refugees, for the unlimited In-
Jjg of all Exiles. He seems to possess an infal-
luition that penetrates the inner wishes of
pish people. In three years, the infant state
*-Jewi%tfh>rkMati
PAGE 3 A
Ben-Gurion's Blast at Organized Zionism
has doubled its population, expanded its resources,
acquired a prestige hardly consonant with its
r strength. LnqucM,, nably Ben-Gurion .
the most considerable publi. figur. only in
Israel, but in world Jew y
FUTURE Z10NIS1 ACTIVITIES
Speakini | .. the Jew A cv,
n-Gurion reji -, thai Zi .
all American Jews. Con
not; giyi :. :.. ithorit; fui
i n-Zn l .. .
no need 1 pecial
is 1 the Worl Z I 0 '." :
i.. artificial Zionisl vemenl
and practical, inching
zim : am I
1,000 Ami students I Israeli in-
stitutions; inti nsil .:.- the study of 1 gi
and cull tours to Is-
rael; stimulating I privati apital in
industry,
Zionists wh( ed to bring aboul I fish
state were shocked to hear the Prime Minister pi;
down the future role of Zionism. It took coura)
and lots of it. to tell the Jewish Agency that a
Zionist is only he who goes to live permanently in
Israel. Thus he demotes American Zionists to the
level of Friends or Well Wishers of Israel.
Such statements do not curry favor or popu-
larity. Yet a time comes when it is necessary to
talk bluntly. A serious statesman should never dodge
a major issue, and Ben-Gurion is hardly the man
to bite his tongue before anyone. He knows that
the tremendous economic problems confronting his
government and people are too great for Zionists
or any other separate group. Setting up a sound
economy for Israel is the task of Kol Yisroe! (all
Jewry). With true statesmanship, the Premier ap-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
is to American Jews of every shade and opin-
ion, Zionist ;,nd non-Zionist, for assistance.
DEMANDS OF AMERICAN ZIONISTS
At the Convention last week in Atlantic City,
Z.O.A. filed its answer, and the issue was joined,
lnsti i ting a mediocre rc'.e among the
Israel, Amei ican Zi< nism demand-
nding as the most import;.nt agency
ned with Israel's interests." A ::cr.t;.l attack
Ben-Gurion and Mapai leadership was
Abba Hillel Silver, long charged with
...... Socialism in Israel. Unable to re-
feelings of rancor r-r.d ciisappoint-
;.mating figures of the convention
i ial bill of rights amountinp tc nothing
: i i interference with the sovereignty of Medi-
nas Israel, I: would seem that supervising immigra-
tii n arc; controlling of funds collected in the Dias-
invests a chartered agency with governmental
tus.
INTERFERENCE IN ISRAEL
But more puzzling is the Resolution that ties
the Z.O.A. to the General Zionists of Israel. This
minor political party, split into Conservatives and
Progressives, did not marshal sufficient votes in
the first election to obtain more than fifteen seats
in the Knesset. A Dorothy Thompson might ask
what business have American citizens to interfere
with the internal politics of a foreign country.
It is, however, comforting to know that a third
of the delegates at Atlantic City preferred to follow
the leadership of Louis Lipsky. This veteran Zionist
and acute theoretician believes that American Zion-
ists should be happy to make their fullest contribu-
tion towards the upbuilding of the Jewish state.
The management, control, and direction of Israel
should be left to its residents and citizens._________
L'.tend Picnic
J250 members and friends
|d the annual picnic spon-
fcv the Sisterhood of the
[bade Jewish Center on
_ at Greynolds Park.
accordion band, under the
fan of Mrs. Mana Mannion,
[ selections during lunch-
The fathers defeated the
a baseball game between
fo groups.
fend Mrs. Max Rudolf were
ten of the event.
Iroadloom Carpets
In a Jewel-Like Setting
IIAMI RUG CO.
IOC South Miami Ave.
tur 27th Year Under Same
Ownership- Management
In Miami
Gables Young Adults
Plan July 4 Fete
Softball, boating, swimming,
games and refreshments will
highlight the Fourth of July
"Funfest" to be sponsored by
the Coral Gables Young Adult
Group at Greynolds Park Wed-
1 nesday.
A motorcade to the picnic
', grounds will leave from the May-
flower Restaurant, Biscayne
Boulevard at S. E. 1st Street at
110 a. m.
Professional entertainment will
be provided by "The Detroiters."
Additional information may be
! obtained by calling L. Chavin,
'- Winterhaven Hotel, Miami Beach.
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Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, founder I
and spiritual leader of the new j
Orthodox Ahavas Israel Syna-
gogue, has launched a series of
broadcasts to be heard every
Sunday at 12:15 p. m. during the!
Yiddish Classical Hour over Sta- |
tion WINZ.
On Friday at 12:15 p. m. he'
will report on world events.
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+Jmisi> ncrkkan
FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
DP \vt
The agonizing fear of 10,000 Jewish surv:\
in the DP camps in Germany and Austria that
they might be barred forever from new lil
the United States, was ended this week by Con-
gressional action to extend the DP act until
end of the year.
Extension of the DP Act deadline from June
30 to December 31 paves the way for the ad>
mission here of some 60,000 European DP's of
all faiths whose chance to obtain visas would
otherwise have lapsed. Should they all enter,
the original intention of the DP Act of 1348 to
admit 341,000 DP's, outside of the regular quote,
will have been fulfilled.
This is extremely welcome news to the Amer-
ican Jewish community, which was concerned
that many of Hitler's victims would be effec-
tively prevented from entering the country by
the June 30 deadline.
Long ago. American Jewry had pledged to
provide a home and a haven for every single
Jewish survivor who wished to wipe "out the
horrors of the past on the basis of a new begin-
ning en our shores. We can now fullv honor
that pledge.
For a long time, it should be remembered, the
DPs lived in a fog of doubt. Arthur Greenleigh
executive director of United Service for New-
Americans, major immigration and resettlement
agency here ior Jewish survivors repeatedly
warned of a serious lag in overseas clearance
of DP's of all faiths.
Greenleigh, who :s also chainnan of the Ad-
visory Committee to the U. S. Displaced Per-
sons Commission found it necessary to go to
Europe several times within the las't year for
the specific purpose of speeding immigration
under the provisions of the DP Act. In interviews
speeches and meetings throughout the coun-
try he alerted all to the danger that faulty over-
seas processing of DP's seriously hampered the
express will of the American people toprovide
a permanent home for 341,000 survivors.
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"schecitah" on the ground ^ JMJ
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slaughtering constitutes a
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UNCLE SAM. KEEP HIM OUT!
While we hail the extension of the DP Act
as a noble expression of America's humani-
tarianism, we must also see to it that all meas-
ures are taken overseas to guarantee that every
DP who wishes to live with us is permitted to
do so. At the same time, we must support the
campaigns for the United Jewish Appeal, whose
funds make the work of United Service possible.
Meanwhile, the American Jewish communi-
ties, which have done such a magnificent job
in resettlement and integration, should keep the
Welcome Mat'' rolled out fcr the new new-
comers.
Ex-Champ Launches
Anti-Dope Crusade
. NEW Vi .RK CITY (AJP) _
K0" : m in
I 4un
.
: I
; liction
crimes against humanity f-e h
lution betrays an attitude ujg
he grasp of reason and undentm,/
rests a deprav.ty tha, is cs ^31
contagious. incurabie J
Cynically enough it was the %* J
within the council that sp= irS?
piooed this bit of "humamia^J"'
h^W'makin9,,TheSe Werner
build a new world and a new 1ft
en the principles cf Marxism, were
silent when Hitler and Germany
the ghastly crime of slaying six
They shed no tears cf sonow or re
Hitler slew the six million. Nor haveT!
shown open remorse over Germanvi
against humanity. We know of no can,
a German city council has voted a
spurring the central government to mr
atonement for the crimes Germany eg
against humanity and against the Jewi
However, the true motive of the soj
Socialist humanitarians was disclosed in ai
nakedness and ugliness by the Catholic I
sentation within the council. The Catholici
cilmen openly charged that the lij
med from hostility to Jews, that its crip*
in anti-Semitism and that it was of purelyl
criminatory purpose and design. This is oi
answerable argument. But even more gictyj
was the declaration by the group that it opn
the resolution because it wanted to imprest
German people with the feeling that Cola
have no desire to curtail the freedom a
Jewish faith and its practices. If this n
mere political ballyhoc, there is at least i
ray of hope.
Mount Sinai Trustees
Will Fete Employees
i of Mount
Pita] will pli
employees and memb.
>t a barbecue and twin
Sundsy, July i. from 1
to 5 p.m. on the hospital grounds
the first time
L"ut : loyees
" ther wit
' es '"' .. social
Swimming, dancing, entertain-
llolIvhoimI First BTighl Will Mark
Opening tiff lt>a
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    "SVSSZ
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    appeal to addicts to seek
    program I ... after.

    Beach Elks Initiate

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    aDpESSESSte,,
    s.h .reet. Mi.s,i ir ;?.;,?,.%
    UsS M ,*:C0^Cla" ma" July 4
    on.8u>B,!r"pT,^ RATEir~
    FRED rTsTlOCHET
    .____ Ed'tor and Publisher
    <>oltJVii Agera To
    IfalfJ NoHal
    G ::>; Ag, Friendship Club
    : c mmunity
    Crawl ri SWs
    w\C?'a ,g 1ik:"~- televi8ion A :
    and iadio interviews and pic-
    ture-taking will mark the open- M *Z
    the Miami Beat h Pop m- :;: ;
    ies to be given bv t .... I
    Miami Symphony around I ppiag a a
    i on Sunday evening, drink
    th< air-conditioned perh i DanubeH
    Beach Auditorium. or selections 1
    Jesus Maria Sanroma, pianist, is quick
    will serve as soloist on Julv IS, on thi public.
    duled to appear dui- Fivi nt oi the netp
    ing the series are Lewis and I ce. : i
    Jean Ryden Hey, violinists. Julv Lend- -H 1*1 Summer CaJ
    22; Jeffrey Stoll, pianist, Allison Julv 15 L'-M School of M
    rennell. baritone, and Legion Bu:l
    Gle. Club. Julv 29: Bela Urban, dl '.2
    violinist. August 5; Pia Igv. bo- Count Institute, m
    August 12: Rene Castelar.'5: H SchooL Augual
    tenor. August 18; Jean Bedetti. Nati Children's Cari*
    violoncellist, August 26; and Wil- [Home,
    Harms, pianist, and Frances
    mezzo-soprano, Septem-
    r, August 18: Jean BedetYi. \. I
    . Schoo: ^ *S
    agularmem ?ge,r' mezz-s<>Prano, Septem- Augusl 26: and the wg
    ber2 G, Clearance Cos*
    t" Conducting will be John Bit- ti S r*_______
    Cromwell Hotel Sold PIoimmt Home-
    Arab Registration Set
    W.UTA _The
    The Cromwell Hotel, at 20th
    t on the ocean, has been
    sold to a group of investors from
    Miami Beach and New York. hili' oi
    nuel Rosenberg, president fund
    Given < italio*
    Cit '
    children's bui*
    Kntcd w *J
    battles dope
    haii-man of the i owned and operated a
    commission. 0I ,he of restaurants, among them the Eva U e
    ______ Townley. known as "the pride i"an Zaidman vere
    ly cured Ros val f F'flh Avenue-" sen ted u golden book
    'yui ;;,ar" Ha/r>" and Frieda Cohen of the I for their support.
    nt senef of arrest, ^r Ik Hotel and untl1 last Mrs. Henry Se.thn. P"
    >ear the operators of the Dor- o( the dub. served **,
    . .,::
    LOUIS ARONOVITZ
    ">t*i Editor
    ment and iq u p,
    Udewalk meetings
    I
    to
    Tt jut tH. """* """cisnip ana manage-
    The ex-boxing champ unde w cannot f.^t niont ln La k,.-wood. NJ. ,. .-r- .
    ' P- pblTu In u Btn Zlon Ginsburg. Miami JJ^S Israel *fV
    rrushina t-. th"c ,""."!. liter, is another in-
    new syndicate.
    and ment probes." Si- ywar ,nt, Peralo'-s of the Dor- of the club, served og
    comn ^ster Hotel, have had 25 years C the d, J "^S
    -v ar^ f, ^tel ownership and manage- ovfk "?pi1f5
    : became a
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    OFFICE and PLANT
    120 N. E. Sixth Street
    Telephones 2-11412-8212
    drug add former president of
    ni Beach Apartment
    VOLUME 24 NUMBER 26
    FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1951
    SIVAN 25. 5711
    S
    at Guad.; K s up t0 tni
    I teen-
    given
    fmHU"fcund- gS-
    n addict. With the aid ,,f ~. e.ral N r.niri..
    an addict Wiih'ih. 1 Goldst
    at the U. S. Hosp.tal ,n nS^^n^'fif"- ->^d
    and
    Lexington ky: nJwevel'T'wa's tS^SWjSSSS! hS,
    ndulge in narcotics.
    _____
    :ne dinner c^JJ
    Association, is known in .e$5
    a for his many civic and plrh" Bauer. P
    and holds GnaHrbS -.tz.
    in a number of and Soph.e K^-----
    He also was very active in rA
    communal organizations in Chi-
    ca|/ I rmer home. the
    ill act as
    m-nagmg director. He served in newest oceanfroot hsiw
    tnis capacity for a period of five ami Be..


    JUNE 29, 1951
    +Je*i tffer Prizes
    ily 4 Fete
    ind 8>rls wil1 compete
    than 50 prizes in the
    rourth of July celebra-
    k- staged by the Miami
    i Flamingo Park on
    ay starting at 10 a. m.
    and other events will be
    youngsters in classifica-
    Uing f'om 6-8 years up
    years, Maurice (Doc)
    imittee chairman, said.
    PAGE 6 A
    Miamians Named To
    Young Judaea Posts
    Miss Louise Morgen of Miami
    i Beach was elected vice president
    of District 3. Southern Young
    Judaea region, recently at the
    I group's annual summer camp
    convention at Camp Blue star.
    Hendersonville, N.C.
    Committee chairmen to assist
    * in the n|ji-ratiiin of the sev
    Southern region include
    .:
    Bi ach i will be in chai -
    ii p oducts, and Ruth Clein,
    education.
    Ruth Clein and Louise M
    of tl .'. i an i hapter
    h were di [in
    ir southern d<
    Atlanta team.
    M : B i ol Miami
    Bi ach I ist the boys' ping pong
    Atlanta entrant.
    Lou Gold, of the Delano Hotel's Zodiac Lounq'a, adds another Localities who helped with the
    nint nf hinnH tr, v>o .'. wi.) k,_i -i tn i convention were Miriam Schein-
    pint of blood to the areas blood bank wmle Delano qeneral man- .h and Elaine
    If'jC1 i A Goldberg stands by. The Mount Sinai mobile Sachs ol Miami, president of the
    blood bank, under the sponsorship of the Hotel Gresters Jr. Hadassah region.
    His Esloe. manager of the
    ciana Hotel, iiiami Beach,
    -been named local director
    t "See America First" pro-
    established by the Hotel
    iters of America, anrtun-
    paul Gard. president of the
    na) group's Tropical Chap-
    .3 o! Miami
    bcording to Esloe, 25 hotel
    fciations have adopted sim-
    Jresolutions, seeking the eo-
    lation of organizations, ag-
    fcs. department' stores and
    [general public to use the
    slogan on letterheads, ad-
    |isir.g and other prorr.u-
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    At the meeting members of the
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    and Mrs. Seymour Liebman,
    who left for Israel.
    Dr. Louis Lytton, district presi-
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    PAGE 6 A
    Strictly Neighbors"
    By HELEN ALPERT
    MAIL TO FEMALE:
    . News flutters in. as guys and dolls take their pen in hand to
    prove that absence makes the heart grow fonder Rae Levin
    polished off her first motor trip with two more cards, one from
    Randolph Field. Texas, and the other from Mexico She got
    back home on Jefferson Ave. just In time to entertain her pretty
    niece from California .
    Blonde Lil Harris, whom all of you remember from her work
    with hotels and the kennel club, sends in a "Gosh, it's wonderful
    to be married" letter from Chicago. Bridegroom if Mickey Streller.
    Lil is keeping house, but also active with the cerebral palsv
    group Bouncing big news in. also from Chicago, is the divine
    Fran Gray Peskind, who was the Chicago Sun-Times' Girl Friday
    to Irv Kucinet, on 'Kup's Column Fran left the newspaper one
    month back, to await a tiny Fran or mebbe it will be little Dave.
    In a blaze of glory, the whole staff whipped up a partv. lovingly
    presented her with a locket bracelet inscribed to "Fran, The Scoop
    of the Year" She and Dave visit here regularly.
    From Long Island City. Freddv Walker writes that he and
    Cookie expect to return soon. Freddv is the onetime top comic
    and emcee, about to open up a Miami business They d..
    Mom,, to dust on the apartment, get Cookie's health checked .
    *velyn Belhn blithely confesses on ., card from Mobile. Alabama.
    that snes already adopted .. southern li iwl Salutation is: "Hi.
    yo all She joined Charlie .,: camp and they're what we al'
    knowdarn happy .
    Fattest letter sailed m ten min | It's from Ewie's
    sisu Sally, postmarked South Haven, Mich Natch I ,:-.': resist
    quoting .. hunk .f this because Sally says .,1; I :: rids read
    this column, and if I tell'em. it'll help h. the i wound,
    bne encloses ., sizeable news-club d ; the .pen house her
    "''V I;V',Si ^.:KX- fos* Ulicing her engagement
    '' Hi ol c ''' ~ rhe wing-ding took place Junt. hi .,t their
    ^> ,'v home If y0u'd like to waft her ., note,
    If N Drive, South H.r, r ........ Sept. a ma
    "' "Ptals, in C s S n Hotel. Old Mexico is included
    ":1 .':r : :' tour. The bi I -ele I kinda stuffy
    ?. ,. h a sweet gent as Harold) served with the
    [ui(> ( Guard' 'S "'' hlttii ; in the advertising
    e- would you care to have me note other items
    lnI" 'gall those bills? Funny I ut thosethinttr
    thin. Sg
    arounci ana bleating ..: j .. fain
    JOTTINGS
    +JmisHhrAMar) n
    Mayersons To Live
    In Miami Beach
    A double-ring candlelight
    ceremony united in marriage
    Miss Evelyn Wilde and Don A.
    Maverson on June 17 at the
    Lombardy Hotel. Dr. Jacob H.
    Kaplan read the service, which
    l was followed by a reception and
    dinner.
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilde. 831
    South Shore Drive. Miami
    Beach. The bridegroom's parents
    are Mr and Mrs. Bernard May-
    erson. 7712 Byron Avenue, Mi-
    ami Beach.
    For her wedding the bride
    chose a strapless gown of white
    nylon tulle with Chantilly lace
    bolero. Her illusion veil fell from
    Gainesvill, an Dave Guttman and Al Landsman
    slays the info
    : -' h High a couple
    20-day furl igh ,. flying
    ' ':; !t: 'n is l :.; ,.,.-- managei
    . --." Abe All D n i trek
    I will paign
    r the Si iai t on the Countj
    Hoi A few h .urs fl
    !
    - '.' First stop ]
    In
    Davi fi)
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    n in* tod
    t.ifrB';,,d~,oidf;"csj'
    s->j a as rs^Sg;
    ' MeX,Co City If&i
    Mrs. Don Mayerson
    .\ hi Studio
    Dena Lois Radoff X<
    Miss Dena Lois Radoff became
    Jh ride of Pfc. Robert :
    Springs. Colo
    gnh,JInec21 ^ 8 p.m. in Oneb
    bhc. ,m sy:. ig g ie Newark, N i
    "Louis Levitsky officiated,
    Jta Dorothy Pinke] was
    V e bri Ie parents, M
    fe 725 N.W. 33rd
    ..:; her in
    ghe brid. in, Miss
    an, v. is maid ol
    . *ter. M
    R r, r. matroi
    >w Mrs. Parent
    M;!fs E.aJne N'emeth served as
    bidesmaid.
    I Robert Rubin. West Orange.
    y,, v'- ; ; ="-n : the .on
    : Mr and Mrs Marcus Parent !
    N N.J. Samuel Radoff
    the bride, was .
    tion in the syi
    Miami. The
    in Col .-
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    WAMED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM
    JJEW YORK OR VICINITY
    THE MIDDLEWEST AND CAUFOMnA
    LONG DISTANCE
    ti a of lilies of the valley and
    her old-fashioned bouquet was
    up of white orchids and
    stephanotis.
    Miss Suzanne Schorr was maid
    of honor. Bridesmaids were the
    Joyce Weil. Claire Tend-
    ier and Barbara Cohen. All at-
    tendants wore yellow organdv
    V\ ilham Alvin was best man.
    Seating guests were Arthur
    c !ide' J^-; ^"nard Treister and
    Sidney Efronson. John Stam-
    peJ is was nng bearer.
    The bride's mother selected a
    gown of beige lace for the occa-
    sion, and the bridegroom's moth-
    er wore orange organdv. Both
    w :< orchid corsages
    The former Miss Wilde was
    High School and attended the
    University of Miami. Mr Mav-
    erson also an alumnus of Miami i
    Beach High School, was gradu-|
    ated from the University of Mi-
    ami Law School. While at 'the
    Iron Arrow, vice president of
    Omicron Delta Kappa. Nu Bete
    Ep-ilon and Zeta Beta Tau
    Worth%*ia redding trip to
    N C arolina. the couple will
    '"8428 Crespi B ,ievari
    .Miami Beach
    BARNETT BECKERMAN
    Since 1927 w th
    NEW YORK UFE INS. CO.
    Lifti Accident Sicknew
    S E. 3rd Ave. Miami
    But. 2 3507: Re,. 53.-.a
    Mrs. Philip Chaplain
    Chaplains United
    In Boston Rites
    Honeymooning in Europe are
    Mr. and Mrs Philip K. Chaplain
    whose marriage took place June
    17.
    The Miami Beach resident and
    the former Sylvia Fleisher,
    daughter of the Kolman Fleishers,
    Boston, were wed in a 6:30 p. m
    ceremony at the Pine Brook
    Country Club. Boston.
    Mr. Chaplain, the son of the
    late Ira M. Chaplain, Miami
    Beach, was attended bv his
    brother. Raymond. Mrs. Chap-
    lain also went North for her
    stepson's wedding.
    Ushers were Frank Feldman.
    Newton, Mass.: Edward Fleisher.
    brother of the bride: Mark Kra-
    vitz. Manchester, Conn.; Dexter
    Levy. Boston: Fred Barr. cousin
    01 the oride, Boston; David Lux-
    ner. West Orange. N. J.
    The bride chose white nvlon
    tulle with Chantillv lace appli-
    qued trim, a lace bonnet and a
    three-tiered fingertip veil. Her
    attendant, Miss Elinor Konowitz,
    Brookline. wore a gown of multi-
    colored pastel tulle.
    A reception at the country club
    followed the ceremony.
    Mr. Cnaplain received his
    bachelor's degree from the Uni-
    versity of Florida, his mas:
    from New York University. He
    is past president of Miami Beach
    Junior C of C and served in the
    A my for four years. He now is
    employed in Boston.
    His bride was graduated from
    Cornell University and received
    her master's degree from Colum-
    bia. She is a member of Alpha
    Epsilon Phi sorority and of the
    AALW.
    I
    Mr William .\f. H'mcuJ
    wa June K at Hi
    bel ire Dr. Joseph Nam ,
    service and breakfast vhtij
    i were held at the:
    Hood Inn.
    Given in marriage by ke|
    fath< .:..:,
    et-length fmkl
    wn jd'irned with
    daisi iling She <
    ta caisiHL
    lilies ui the valley. Herd
    jew eli .'. as a diamond and el
    itoire liiifl
    of the bridegroom's parentifcl
    and Mrs Bernard C. Wt.-ttiih|
    1013 V Wav, Miimit
    I Mrs. Richard Rir. I
    from Dallas to serve :s|
    ', ter's only attendant.
    Best man for his b:othet*|
    i law me W, Back.
    For traveling the former iil
    ! Moss donned a gunmeia! m
    .sheer dress t: mimed with jM
    land yellow accessoies. I
    The bride attended MatiBM
    school ,.nd Highland Mii
    Junior Cillege. West WH
    Branch. N. J. The br:dep"Jl
    attended Atlantic Cuy s*ei
    and Temple University. *
    served in the Army for
    year-
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    Vance V. Wilson, division engi-
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    Chapter 1. Southwest Miami, to
    ? ,-, on Morday night. July
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    09. 1951
    I-Rjng Rites Unite Anna Abrams,
    ?n Kessler, Gables Organist
    ^JeHlstfhrMjan
    Morris A Skop and Cantor
    w 9.LS rthe dau6hter of Mr.
    W. 26th Lane, and the bride-
    gown was of
    we wefffiS 2M0irthedWCh?r,CS G'dslein
    ,ble-ring ceremony united in marriage Miss Anna Merle ,u a double-ring ceremontr!^ Cou?V:y
    nd Stephen F. Kessler on June 17 at Beth David svna- Dr Jacb Kaplan ceromony performed by
    med'wtth s ,nH,en"ShUlder necklinp Wn>
    her ful L k "S embroidered scallops, and
    ner full-length circular bouffant skirt decend.
    ed from a fitted bodice. The bodice was dec
    orated with iridescent sequins centered in in"
    P iques of white satin blossoms Sequin1
    dor., her skirt from waistline te hemlmo
    A circular, shoulder-length silk illusion
    veil was fastened to her headband of match-
    Mtelp^ci^ri.^ln ^S CoT^uTSs
    PAGE/A
    tabbis Max Shapiro and
    [Mamches officiated. The
    Phil Abrams of 2218 S-
    tarents are Mr. and Mrs.
    tier of Miami Beach. Mr.
    [gave his daughter in
    Joseph Malek. Mur-
    , Faye Drazin and Carol
    the bride's sister, sang
    elections.
    ide carried a white
    |>ook with white orchid
    tianotis sprays. Her ivory
    has banded with seed
    jShe wore a cathedral
    [train with four-tiered
    illusion veil attached
    satin cloche. Her long
    were also embroidered
    i pearls.
    of honor was Mrs. Her-
    tford of Jamaica Estates,
    pho is Mr. Kessler's sis-
    wore a gown of pale
    jroidered net, halo head-
    Ipink illusion, and carried
    Bd iris corsage.
    [Carol Abrams, junior
    ^aid, wore a lavender em-
    ed organdy dress with
    is. carried a nosegay of
    lowers, and wore spring
    in her hair.
    lAbiams of Athens, Ga..
    of the bride, was best
    Ushers were Herman Bre-
    |id Burton Harrison of
    and A. J. Kahn and Mar-
    Ihn of Sebring.
    Jwing the ceremony, a re-
    was held in the syna-
    and a family buffet sup-
    pas held that evening at
    tme of the bride's parents,
    couple will honeymoon
    th Florida, Georgia, North
    pi a and New York for five
    new Mrs. Kessler was
    ted from the University
    where she was a mem-
    Di Ita Phi Epsilon. She
    Dmpleted a course in Medi-
    chnology at Jackson Me-
    Hospital, and is registered
    the American Society of
    |al Pathologists.
    bridegroom was graduated
    Brooklyn college with an
    in music, and from
    University of Miami Law
    lol, cum laude. He was an
    |r of the U-M Law Qua. -
    appellate court justice, and
    I f Nu Beta Epsilon law
    fcinity and ODK national
    Jrary leadership organization.
    iras also organist and choir
    er at Coral Gables Jewish
    Imunity Center.
    double
    7-jr
    Mrs. Stephen
    Kessler
    Eleanor Zinner
    Betrothal Told
    Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zinner,
    |2239 S.W. 10th Street, announce
    the betrothal of their daughter,
    Eleanor, to Pvt. Marvin H. Rob-
    bins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
    man Slepian, 1690 S.W. 1st Av-
    enue.
    The bride-elect was graduat-
    ed from Miami High School,
    where she was a member of Tau
    Alpha Omega and the National
    Forensic League.
    Pvt. Robbins, also an alumnus
    of Miami High School, attended
    the Universities of Miami and
    Florida. He is a member of Pi
    Lambda Phi fraternity and is
    now stationed at Camp Rucker,
    I Ala., where he is a dental tech-
    nician with a medical detach-
    ment.
    The wedding will take place in
    | December.
    . Mrs. Roy Robert Schechter. the bride's
    E, was mi;tr"n of honor. She carried a
    basket of pir.k shasta daisies ar.d wore a
    lallenna-length gown of pink-grav silk or-
    ganza with fitted bodice, bouffant' overskirt
    and short sleeves.
    Serving as best man was the bridegroom's
    brother. Burton B. Goldstein. Ushers were
    v v R, S(hl-'lh"'r: Chester Ross of Harrison.
    IVY., the bridegroom's brother-in-law; Robert
    Bronner of Miami and Sam A. Massell of At-
    lanta.
    The bride's mother was attired in an
    orchid pink satin gown, empire style and bal-
    lerina length and wore a corsage of purple
    orchids. Mrs. Goldstein, the bridegroom's
    mother, wore an ankle-length gown of mauve
    lace ard also carried an orchid corsage.
    Following a reception at the club, the
    couple left on a Canadian honeymoon. After
    July 15, they will be at home at 230 N.E.
    54th St.
    The new Mrs. Goldstein attended Cushman
    School in Miami, St. Patrick's in Miami Beach
    and Grinnell College in Iowa.
    Her husband attended Druid Hill High
    school, Atlanta, and Cornell University. He
    is associated with his father in the Sanitary
    Linen Service Co.
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    Hope Marie Nason,
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    Rabbi Irving Lehrman solem-
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    Marie Nason to Arnold Pomer-
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    antz on June 3 in the study of
    at the Saxony Hotel.
    The bride, daughter of the
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    Fleet of Live Oak of the en-
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    Bette Ann. to Irwin Leider, son
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    Alexander Nasons, 2355 Pine
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    Mrs. Mildred Barg served as
    matron of honor.
    The bridegroom, son of Mrs.
    Molly Pomerantz. 516 16th Street,
    had M. Pomerantz as his best
    man.
    Following a wedding trip to
    Mexico, the couple will reside at
    1610 Michigan Avenue, Miami
    Beach.
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    +Je*1st> Fk>r*ft?n
    Joyce Shabat Wears Diamond Lavaliere
    For Wedding To Dr. Harry B. Rimer
    Wearing a diamond lavaliere
    which belonged to her great-
    grandmother, the late Mrs. Simon
    (S.ildblatt. Miss Joyce Lee Shabat
    was wed to Dr. Harry B. Rimer
    on June 17. Rabbi Leon Kronish
    ted at the double-ring
    serv i e .it the Saxony Hotel. A
    reci ption and dinner followed
    bride, daughter of Mrs.
    Di thy Shabat, 720 Wesl 50th
    Strei Vliami Beach, v given
    i" e by her uncle, Milton
    I Ian li Isman,
    S wore a gown ol white
    |U '
    laci shioned with fitti
    whn xtended to point I the
    and an off-
    edged with hand-cli| .
    wers. Her full skit I
    in a cathi di al I
    i
    crown oi ims.
    S rii i -v.
    ibli
    Milton Handelsman, ma-
    : Mono:. woi e to blue net.
    Othi attendants, Mrs. Arthur
    R Miss Greta J
    Miss Nina Nelsi n, .. ,
    i with matching
    Tl girl, Wendy
    " man, was attired in b
    T! legr 10m, son of the
    Bi n nin Rimi I i Alii- in
    Road. Miami B 1) .
    St i Wasman as
    Si guests w en Dr \ I
    E wii R Ed Knob
    Hand'
    ing a weddii
    V rk, the newlvweds will
    livi t 2180 Bay D ive,
    test
    nd Mrs. Mill m H.
    '
    I .: Jo, :
    Goldblatt, Mr. ana Mrs. Jack
    Gordon, Mrs. Florence Walker,
    Mr, and Mrs Nathan Ta
    Mrs. Ethel Gillman, Chicag i;
    Mrs. Tillie Katz, Mi ind Mrs
    ; ue] Katz, Philadelphia: Mr.
    and Mrs. Martin W
    Atlanta.
    Sheila Wallman,
    Leonard Schwartz
    Wed In Beach Rites
    In a doubli ny at
    the Miami Beach Jew
    munity Centei S turday at 9
    Miss Shei I W illman be-

    rman
    le is t ol
    M W lli)
    .: lian Avenue Beach.
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    and Mrs. David Provius, Mr. and M
    and Mrs. Monroe Shreier, Mr. and Mr
    family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoern.a \
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    Kanees To Reside
    In Saskatchewan
    S "anada, will be
    the new home of the former Miss
    Hutni
    to Dr. Louis K
    Sasl .:-. took place :.
    Juno it. The ci uple exchanged
    Rabbi Irving Lehr-

    I [hi : : Mr
    Mrs .1 iseph Hutner, 1345
    Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach
    attired in an ice blue she ith
    gandy ov.
    with blu
    wnite hat I in | with valley
    ' I iort veil and can
    .ids.
    Mrs Sylvia Mehler served as
    -'n of honoi in a silk p
    1 '' otnei attendants, Mrs shir-
    i Hutner and Mrs Julie Hut-
    wore pink and blu.' frocks
    ''' girl, S.i I white pique. .,nd
    c impamon, Linda Mehler. wore
    pink cotton.
    Phe former Miss Hutner was
    luated from Mannheimer Pri-
    v;'' Scho01 an<* ,hl sity
    ;: Miami. She holds an elemen-
    tary and secondary teaching cer-
    Dr. Kanee. s.m of Mr. and Mrs
    M Mcr,'i,SrkaU'h,wan- attend"
    ;,, **** University. He has
    oeen a resident physician at
    M Sinai Hospital, Miami
    !>- but will leave goon to
    Practice in Saskatchewan
    she was given in marriage by
    parents. The bridegroom is
    - n 01 Mr. and Mrs. I. >
    wart*. 1637 s.w 17th Str. I
    The bridal gown was of white
    French lace and net with scal-
    loped lace on the wing collar. Her
    illusion veil was finished in
    trench lace and held in place bv
    a tiara ti mimed in pearls. She
    ' white i chid atop
    white bible.
    ^; Honor, Mrs Sun-
    shin,. Hershbein, wore tx i
    with matching colonial bouquet
    Bridesmaids. Miss Shirley
    Smith and Miss Peggy Katz, ap-
    !>.< ared m ice blu
    lneV Cal ; || tl
    Best man was J iseph Schafl
    SI nlej Wallman.
    '' rs of the bride, seated
    guests.
    Mrs. Renee Schaffel was
    st, Joseph Schreibman. ,
    The bride is employed bv Dr.
    Stanley Sutmck. s ., -tended
    Beach High and the Uni-
    ts of Miami Mi Schwartz
    was graduated from the Uni-
    ty ol Miami and now teach-
    es at Central Beach Elementary
    School.
    The cuple will live in Miami
    Beach after a tour of Florida
    Lou Bistrong and William AdickeT'
    * *
    Pvt. Marvin H. Robbins, son of Mr nnA
    plan. 169C S.W. 1st Avenue, was home 2 "* H**
    and has returned to Camp Rucker Ala k ,en"davtJ
    technician with a medical detachmen- '
    * ? !
    Mr. end Mrs. Abraham Werman cf fa
    Miami Beach, flew to New York Wednesday I "H
    visi. with their children in Brooklyn While SJ?'*0^
    with Rabbi Joseph Waldman a, the Ka Sujj
    Home from Atlantic City, N.J., where th*
    fifty-fourth annual convention of the Z^i X^
    America are Harold Shapiro. Abraham SodnT??^
    man Samuel Sachs. Som Friedman, F ed "m L^
    Ehiel Lesowoder and Rabbi and Mrs. I. Should
    m,KMil,M RUrbln Qnd fQmily of Scdale. NY win
    mother. Mrs. Frances N. Rubin, a, the Nautil^l
    * *
    tK Mf" ^ MrS' ?mUel Aronvitz returned las. weekk
    the North, where Dr. Aronovi.z attended convent
    Amencan Medical Association, the American H^
    hon and the American Diabetic Association **{
    * *
    Mrs. Martin J. Spilka and children, Natalie Paid
    Martin Jerome, left this week for a vacation with hetbi
    inflow and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Tucke: ffc3
    * *
    nu y" Haben for Will'am Lance Glick, son ofth-Jta
    Ghcks. 1600 S.W. 1st Avenue. Apartment 9A, will be Ji.
    Sunday. July 1, tit 4 p.m. at the home cf his parents. The tot
    mother is the former Miss Beryle Axlrod. daughter oi Mr. a
    Mrs. Leo Axlrod of Miami. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
    Mrs. Herman Glick of Miami Beach. No invitations have ta
    issued.
    * *
    Samuel April, student at Rabbi Isaac Elchcnon Yeatot
    in New York has been vacationing with his parents, Ma
    and Mrs. Simon April. 1845 S.W. 9th Street.
    * *
    Spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mali
    Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, is Miss Bea Shapoff. student:
    wayne University, Detroit. Mich.
    * *
    Home after a month's visit in the North is Mrs. Frieda Bf
    paport, 1136 S.W. 5th Street. The Miamian divided ha tM
    between her daughter and her family in Brooklyn si *
    brother and his family in Pittsburgh and Cleveland. Mrt If
    paport went to New York primarily to see her grandson, Mo
    H. Berger, 23, before he reported for duty as a sec:r.d lie*
    ant in the medical corps at Fort Sam Houston, Texcs. Bete
    entering the service. Mark, who is a graduate of Broofcn
    Polytechnic Institute and Harvard Law School, was admi*i
    to the New York Bar.
    * *
    Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz. 2732 S. W. 3rd Avenue, left M*
    day for an extended visit with their son in Wheeling, W. Va.
    and their daughter in Chicago. Enroute to Miami, they I
    stop in Pittsburgh. McKeesport and Braddock, Pa., for "*
    with friends and relatives. The Miamians expect toxenm*
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    Harry and Alex Sirkin also attended, as well as Dr. ord
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    r, JUNE 29, 1951
    or Bar Mitzvah
    For Saturday
    Lee Tambor, son of
    and Mrs. Jacob Tambor,
    |ecome bar Mitzvah on
    J;i\ June 30, at 9 a.m. at
    Cation Beth El.
    lyoung man is a graduate
    Miami Hebrew High

    Wilton Lee Tambor
    b\ and is a ninth grade stu-
    at Shenandoah Junior
    m School. He will chant the
    hires service and address the
    legation.
    1A Kiddush reception will
    nv the services and the Tam-
    [ will honor their son at a
    ption at their home Sunday
    froon.
    he maternal grandparents,
    land Mis. Louis Abramsky of
    York City, are expected
    the event.
    [Betrothal of Miss Aileen
    faldbaum Jo Gerald Taub,
    fcn of the Joseph Taubs of
    Nterson. N. J., has been dis-
    posed by her parents, Mr. and
    Irs. George Waldbaum. 2375
    [ W. 26th Lane. The bride-
    Met was graduated from Mi-
    Tni High School and is now
    student nurse in Barnet Me-
    morial Hospital, Paterson. Mr.
    pub. a native of Paterson. at-
    pr.ded schools thtere and is
    ow enrolled at Rutgers Uni-
    "sity.
    Eli Argintars Wed At
    Temple Israel Sundav
    FollowinR a honeymoo*n
    through the state of Florid
    and Mrs. Eli N. Argjnter'wili
    live m Miami Beach. Tim, mar-
    riage took place at 5 ., '
    fc"** Tempi, tsraeimwitn
    Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Rabbi Max
    Shapiro officiating at the d
    nnK ceremony.
    Rahh? b52S LSJhe formei Garcia
    I i. .' :,i,-"lltt-'- of Mrs. Sam
    Sable 1132 Euclid Asm,,,, ,\ '
    ami Beach. She was given in
    marriage by h, r unrll,
    Roth Mr. Argintar's p
    are Mr. and Mrs. 0 :iU,r
    74 S. W. 28th Road,
    The bride was attired in a
    bailer na-length dress ol white
    Chantilly lac,, and nylon tulle
    trimmed with seed pearls and
    rninestones, with an uneven
    hemline edged in ruching. she
    wore a dutch cap of lace and
    nylon tulle veil, and earned a
    white lace fan with white
    orchids.
    Mrs Martin J. Spilka was her
    cousins matron of honor. She
    wore a royal blue lace ballerina
    length dress. Miss Bette Ann
    Brown was maid of honor, wear-
    ing a light blue lace ballerina
    length dress, and Mrs. Hyman
    Merlin, sister of the groom', and
    sorority sister of the bride, was
    bridesmatron in a lime lace and
    tulle gown. Natalie Spilka, cous-
    in of the bride, was flower girl,
    and Miss Connie Lipchinskv kept
    the bride's book.
    Oscar Argintar was best man
    for his son, and ushers were
    Martin J. Spilka. cousin of the
    bride, and Dr. Hyman Merlin,
    brother-in-law of the groom.
    At the buffet supper which fol-
    lowed the ceremony in Kaplan
    Hall the bride's mother received
    guests in a pink mauve taffeta
    shantung dress, trimmed in lace,
    and the groom's mother wore
    peacock blue lace.
    I For her going away outfit. Mrs.
    I Argintar changed to a rose shan-
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    | ed president of the Young Adult
    [ League of the Miami Jewish
    I Community Center,
    Other officers include Elene
    Futerfas, vice president: Irwin
    ! Krueger, treasurer; Gloria Jenk-
    ins, recording secretary; Evelyn
    Pollack, Marilyn Dachslager and
    Aileen Tameroff, corresponding
    | secretaries.
    Next general meeting of the
    group will be held Monday, July
    2, at 8:30 p. m ;it the renter.
    A film entitled "Due Process of
    Law" will be shown. Guest
    speaker will be Dan Hoffmi n
    sistant director of the K
    Regional Office of the Anti- De-
    famation League. Dancing will
    follow.
    me reati d In i
    .-(.in,..m- they should
    U^i^t/kridnar
    PAGE 9 A
    Mrs. Eli'N. Argintar
    tung suit, with white accessories.
    Mrs. Argintar was graduated
    from Miami Beach Senior High
    School and attended Florida
    State University, where she was
    a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
    Sorority and 's now a member
    of Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter,
    B'nai B'rith Young Women. Mr.
    Argintar was graduated from
    Miami Senior High School and
    is engaged in business with his
    father.
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    Kf/ional Hadassah installed
    ers at a banquest at the
    borne Hotel last week. Mrs.
    Murry Grossman, president of
    : of Had*
    Recognized at the rites were
    I;,, Per Bl:d- president;
    e-dythe Bernstein, first
    President; Mrs. Harry Kornfield,
    ,' dent; Thelma
    ;.....5an; recording secretary;
    sp mding si
    tary; Mrs. Leslie Kamsler treas-
    urer.
    hers of the board <>f di-
    ' rs include Rosalyn Klein
    im; Fannie Levitt, JNF:
    Edith Rosenblatt, Youth Aliyah:
    Rosalyn Strauss, child welfare:
    Mrs. Pauline Huesein, Palestine
    supplies; Goldie Sanders, hospi-
    tality: Marlene Lurie, publicity;
    Alice Cohen, ways and means.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    Et, KNJH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    Nc 14202T
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    PAI l. >;i .|.|.. plaintiff
    v I
    NOR.VIA GOLD, Defendant
    TO: NORMA GOLD
    Defendant
    88 i 'rooke Avenue
    Brooklyn, New York
    YOb ARE REQUIRED to serve a
    cops ..I your Answer to Ihe Hill ,.f
    ( omplamt, upon Plaintiffs attorney,
    WALTER C, KOVNER, 120 Lincoln
    Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and rile
    ">.....Iglnal in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    25 day of July, A, l'., 1931; otherwise
    aid BUI will be taken as i onfeaii d
    by you.
    I'.n. d: this 23 day of June. A. I>..
    1931.
    E. H. LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk ..f tin- Circuit Comt.
    (Seal) By it. il. RICE, Jit.
    Deputy Clerk,
    6 -" 7 6-13-20
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. 142068
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Ri ISE QREENSTEIN, Plaintiff
    vs
    AARON ALLAN QREENSTEIN,
    I .- i. iHtitnt.
    You. AARON ALLAN GREEN-
    STEIN, 1437 Carroll Street, Brooklyn,
    X- a irork, are required to serve a
    cop> nf youi Answer t* the Bill of
    Complaint for divorce on plaintiffs at-
    torney, il.MK iLD SHAPIRO, ki'T Lln-
    1: ad, M ami Beach, Florida,
    an.I rile the original in the office
    of He- Cli rk ..r ilii.- ('..im on o
    19.11. otherwise a De-
    . i i -.. t'onfesso .\.;: i,e entered
    I 'at. .1 .Inn. 2, 19.11,
    i: B. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk
    .....:> K II RICE, .ii: .
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    . i
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    NAME LAW
    -NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, rtoi .. to .
    , ',",-'.'.'.'"'.,;11"1"'' "" fictitious
    '...}\.."- M.*-:i.i-:i: i.h.u ORH
    WES1 II.ai;i.i:i: LIQUOR STORK
    I Weal Klaulei Ktreet, Miami.
    Morida, intend t.. reiriater said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit i
    ol Dade County, Pit
    IRVINO ARN" ,D
    A I. LEVINE
    Aa Sole (i
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    for In m- A. n. I.l
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    R 29 7/6-13
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE Is HEREBY tJIVEN -hai
    the nial. r.-ii;ii. il, (I, nil-ins .-'
    In buaini >. under Ihi rictltio nami
    of APEX BUSINESS CARIW
    N. I- I uii street, Miami. Fla Int< nd
    ti reKlHter wild nan i> 'li the i 'lei k
    .I the circuit Court "f Dade County
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    412 ConRreiM BldR.
    i 6-13-2(1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 14202T
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    A LI Kl-:i C. P. HUGHES, Plalnl ff
    GTHEL MAY HUGHES, Defendant
    TO ETHEL MAY HUOHES
    90 leinleiuli Avenue
    .Mannerly
    NottinRham, England
    You are hereby notified thai .. Blfl
    ..f Complaint for Divorce has been
    filed aRalnat you, and you are herebi
    reouired t<. aerve a copy ..f |n
    Answer ti, the Bill of Comiilaint on
    plaintiff's attorney, and file the origi-
    nal Answer in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court, on "r before.
    the 2C day of July, 19.M. Otheri\ ise
    the allegation! of said Hill of Com-
    plaint will be taken as confessed
    against you.
    Dated this 25 day "f June. 1951.
    E. I'.. LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk ..f Circuit Court
    By It. H. RICE. JR.,
    1 "entity Clerk.
    GEORGE .1. TALIANOPP
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    420 Lincoln Road
    .Miami Beach, Florida
    6 29 T 6-13-20
    NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
    SALE
    Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
    l.\ virtue of Chanter 878 of F i
    statutes Annotated (1841), Ware,
    housemen an.I Warehouse Receipts,
    wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND
    WAREHi lUSE CO., a Florida coi
    tion. by virtu.- i.r its warehouse en,
    has iii its possession the followlna de-
    scribed personal property:
    Used
    Desk
    Chair
    Bllnda
    Typist
    Stand
    the in..p.i i \ ..I c'. Olsen, Ti ; X
    79th Street, Ml tml, l 'ade i'
    E.
    i- i.i thai on the 13th May of Jul:
    durlnR tin- legal hours of sale, i
    .ii 11:110 forenoon and 2:0e In the
    afternoon, at the front door nf A (J
    TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE
    CO., 2049 North .Miami Avenue, Miami.
    Florida, the undersbened shi
    for sale to the highest bidder foi
    n hand the above described i -
    property as the property ii. Olsen, Tl-': N E 79th -
    Miami. Dade County, Florida.
    DATED at Miami Beach, Fl i
    this the 28th .lav of June. 1951
    A. ii. TRANSFER AND
    WAREHOUSE CO.
    NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
    SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th II
    bv \ ii tue of Chapter Ts ,,f Fl n Ida
    statutes Annotated 11941), Wi.....
    housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
    wherein A, O. TRANSFER AND
    WAREHOUSE CO., a Florida corpora-
    tion, by virtue of Its warehoui en
    has in its possession the follow ii..- de-
    scribed personal property:
    ITsed
    9 Carious of Yam
    Materials
    Shelving
    KhoW 'ases
    Chairs, Eti
    the property
    Ml iml
    .f Ma -
    1258 Waahlogton Avi nue,
    Beach, Dade County, Fla.; thai
    the 13th day of July, 1951. durlna the
    hour- of sale, mainly bi
    i i ........,i.....n and 2:00 In the
    noon, at the front door "f A o.
    TRANSFER AND WAREHOI SB
    CO., 2049 North .Miami Avenue, a
    ', ...nil.i.
    for -..i
    .ash in
    personal
    ih.
    sal.I
    the undersigned shall ..ff.i
    to the highest blddi foi
    hand, the above de Ibetl
    property as the propi
    Morrison Shpp, 125* w ish-
    Ington Avei...... Miami Beach, Dade
    County, I- lorlda ......
    DATED at Miami Bi Bi h, I
    tins the _'Mh day of June. 1951.
    A, O I'll VNSFER AND
    WAREHOUSE CO.
    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
    NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
    SALE
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th il
    by virtue of Chapti r 878 of F
    Matutes Annotate,1 lllMl). \\ 11 .
    housemen and War. house Receipts,
    wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND
    WAREHOUSE CO., a Florida corpora-
    tion, by virtue of its warehouse lien.
    has in its possession the following de-
    scribed personal property:
    Used
    Desk
    Lumber
    Cabinet Poms
    Window
    Chairs. Etc.
    as the propert) of ITssi ry. 2720
    W is .Miami, I ladi ints.
    that on the 13th day of July, I '51,
    l the legal hems of sale, n i nl>
    between 11:00 forenoon and "" In the
    .....i, al the front door ..f A p.
    TR \\.-l'i:i: AND WAREHOU8I
    2049 North Miami Avenue, Miami.
    Fla., the undersigned shall offel foi
    the hlghe i b ddi i foi
    in hand, the above descrll.....
    -, nal property as the ........rts ol tin-
    said Ussery, 27S0 Coral Way, Ml urn.
    l'.oi. Counts'. Florida ......
    DATED at Miami I:, .oh. [
    this the 88th das of June. 1951,
    A O TRANSFER AND
    WAREHOUSE co.
    6/29 7/6


    PAGE 10 A
    + kl**ncrH**r
    Soviet Propaganda Campaign vs. Israel
    FRIDAY.
    By VICTOR LASKY
    The Communist Big Lie tech-
    nique, never :\ pretty thing tc
    watch in operation, r< ached some
    new extremes in ugliness i
    - year The victim this I
    tiny stat< of Isn
    pite its size (it is s
    t.:..:; M
    its scant poi tion li -- I
    : the onl;
    acy in thi Ni
    East ai power 1
    with in thai I
    a
    m ge propagai ssaull
    against
    by the Soviet U I its sa-
    in a broa least that
    inded very much
    : Hui i adio
    ttacki d "the intei national Jew-
    ish bou i and thi inti i
    tional Jewish specula!
    ate with the West (i> -
    nment." At the Si
    time the Communists had the
    gall to accuse the Israel g< vi n-
    ment of acting like the Nazis!
    They accused Prime Minister
    David Ben-Gurion of "cooperat-
    ing with the nazi clique of \V. st-
    ern Germany in order to pre-
    pare a new slaughter of the
    Jews."
    What has brought on this sud-
    denly-stepped-up campaign? The
    answer is a simple one. For some
    time after the state of Israel was
    founded in 1948. the Communists
    e*P" : at least hopedto
    conquer it from within. It js now
    sufficiently clear that they will
    not be able to do this In the
    general elections to the Isi
    Knesset (Parliament) in January
    1949. the Communists got only
    3.7 percent of the vote. (Out of
    130 Knesset stats, the Commun- '
    ists have three). In the munici-
    pal elections of Nov. 1950, they
    dropped to 2 4 percent The is-
    aeli trade uni ns :> anwhile,
    were loudly withdrawing irom
    It1-1' C World Federation of Tradt
    Unions Thc. government
    strengthened by ;, sioo,000.000
    American loan, was accused by
    Russia of -cringing before Wash-
    ington." and its Foreign Minister
    d a "malicious babbler'"
    and a "liar" by M .
    Unable t > tak Israel
    n fifth columnists
    M< S( v was turning on th
    - m utside.
    ,-' ":- n : Mowed the
    i nited Stal ,:.!:- .
    nition n,.w state : I-. -, |
    S' : I 1948 During
    f that y the Soviets
    entatiously 1 that
    t friend
    "tions with the
    Communist sati Hit e aiso
    TaTekTinI
    Al Wile and Pete Francis
    in and enjoy the pL
    f cining on the water
    us food prepared bv ex-
    erts nominal prices.
    450 Northwest
    No. River Drive
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    the 5th St. Bridge.
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    Dockage for your boat
    * Open til 5 A.M.
    * CcArLaL,PETE -8261
    quite friendly: some i f the arm-
    ament used m the early days ol
    t!io Ai ab-Isi a< 1 w ..: had
    from Czech In mid-
    1948, Rus
    almost as h of the

    But the t xpi ; i< n i Zionists
    ;

    tin.- ; w that
    it
    /; ni I died in S
    knew
    : 'ommunist always
    uliar-
    :. is na-
    tionali iminal
    in Ru at<
    St They knew thai
    this was hai dly .i fii m ba
    which ndship w th
    ii s iviet Union. Even wi
    in n ent vi ai thi i had boon
    series of n p irts coming
    Ru bout a now, g iv-
    ernment-encouraged anti-Semit-
    ism. To listen to I hi C mmunists
    trumpeting their claims, one :
    w iiild think that the Soviet
    Union was the g:> ati si champion
    of minority groups in all his-
    tory. But here is what the Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee reports
    in its Year Book:
    "In the Soviet Union there are
    no longer any Jewish newspapers
    or magazines. a n y Jewish
    schools, and Jewish welfare, fra-
    ternal, or social organizations:
    the existence of synagogues of
    religious communities outside of
    M iscow is dubious. In the satel-
    lite countries, all Jewish politi-
    cal groups, including the extreme
    left-wing Zionists, are prohibit-
    ed Religious communities
    are -till allowed to exist and to
    conduct religious services, if
    they closely follow the Commun-
    ist peace' propaganda. But re-
    ligious practices are discouraged
    by the pressure of government-
    ' manipulated public opinion. Re- ,
    ligious thinking is considered re-
    actionary.
    "Anti-Semitism is still offi- ,
    cially outlawed in all Soviet-
    dominated countries and open '
    anti-Jewish demonstrations or
    riots are not reported But
    the campaign against Jewish !
    nationalism" and "Jewish cosmo- ;
    politanism' has some distinctly ',
    anti-Jewish overtones .... In the
    Soviet Union, almost all Jews
    have disappeared from leading
    political, diplomatic, and mili-
    tary positions, ,.nd according to'
    relial ep irts, men of Jewish
    origin are banned from certain
    blanches of the aimed foro
    of the civil service, and of some
    institution- of higher education."'
    With this information under
    their belts, it was hardly sur-
    ne that the more sophist i-
    ' i Zionists were never too op-
    timistic about establishing genu-
    inely friendly relations with
    Stalin's Russia.
    It was the intention, or at least ,
    the hop,, of the Israeli govern-
    ment to steer clear of the Cold
    to avoid taking sides. But
    tht Russians, unfortunately, do
    n t recognize neutrals in the
    I I W From the first, there
    faint rumblings of dissatis-
    n with Israel m the s
    At the end of 1948,
    of diplomatic ma-
    neuver suddenly brought the
    number of nations recognizing
    th,- new state up to thirty-five,
    the Russian newspapers failed
    Congregation Beth Tfilah has purchased a 5 00-grara section of Mount the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. The land was bouaht lCeme,MT h\
    used as an Orthodox cemetery for Beth Tfilah' members. Hyman Zaidman nrw! *
    qation, said. The purchase was made Dossihl> thrmmk I.IM.i___..' *"e.51Qe" of tht(
    u*ec as an wrunosa cemetery ior uetn i man members. Hyman Zaidman nriH. ,*nai
    gallon, said. The purchase was made possible through an initial contributionT ofTmo k ."*
    of Miami Beach and Augusta. Ga. Pictured at the closing are 'sitting 1 tn ?V'l
    secretary of the Giteaier Miami Jewish Cemetery Association: Zaidman-'Willi.?!! RFH
    7 .----- ~* "" w*"" -w...i v,ciucicryr rtssociaiion; Zaidman Willis D..C "^
    cial secretary of the congregation; (standing) M ax R. Surer, attorney lor t'-e ~m.Y. ^ 9
    Rabbi Jo^ph Rackovsky. spiritual leader of the congregation; and Herman Ba*!2 "**?*
    Silver and the congregation. w Ber". attornr, fe |
    Receives Citation
    Word has been received by-
    Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Feldman, i
    2980 S. W. 19th Street, that their
    son-in-law, Lt. Col. Merritt Adel- :
    man of the U. S. Marines, has re- [
    ceived a Presidential citation
    for "exceptionally meritorious
    s.-i vice" as commanding officer
    of an artillery battalion and for I
    supplying maximum artillery |
    support in the face of inadequate
    supplies.
    Lt. Col. Adelman. a native of ;
    Canton, Ohio, w a s graduated
    from Annapolis. His wife and
    four children are now residing
    in California.
    even to mention the fact. That
    was an ominous sign.
    There was another ominous
    sign at this time. The Soviet re-
    gime suddenly began stepping up
    its propaganda against Zionism.
    A government pamphlet outlin-
    ing Russia's latest views on Pal-
    Ve e made lts aPPcarance. and
    150,000 copies were quickly dis-
    tributed in Moscow alone. The
    pamphlet defined Zionism as a
    "reactionary. a n t l-Democratic
    trend of the Jewish bourgoisie "
    and said that it "attempts to dis-
    tract the Jewish toilers from the
    class struggle." Getting down to
    business, the pamphlet then
    made the wild charge. "The im-
    perialists are striving to carve
    up Palestine into British and
    ican spheres of influence "
    As a solution, it urged that Israel
    walk into the lion's den by sign-
    tag a "friendship pact with the
    Soviet Union and the countries
    oi the new democracy."
    (Next week: Mr. Laskv. re-
    cently returned from Israel, tells
    how the Soviet Union launched
    its all-out drive to crush Z
    and weaken Israel.)
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    TUNE 29, 1951
    Unveiling
    ation of a monument to
    norv of the late Albert
    formerly of 410 N. W.
    rcnue, will take place on
    .day July 4, at 11 a.m.
    bit Sinai Cemetery. Mr.
    I survived by his wife,
    vas a member of the
    jjjc Brotherhood of Amer-
    hngements are in charge
    t,er*s Miami Monument
    |y. Hi latives and friends
    .1 to attend.
    ^JeHjslThridrar,
    jva Unveiling
    ration of a monument to
    Jmory of the late Sarah
    t erly of 400 N. W.
    f i. will take place
    day, July 4, at 11 a.m.
    fcnt Sinai Cemetery. Mrs.
    J survived by her hus-
    Samuel; a son, Morris;
    jvo daughters, Sophie and
    She was a member of
    iphardic Brotherhood of
    ca. Arrangements are in
    i'.timer's Miami Monu-
    ICompany. Relatives and
    are asked to attend.
    ian Unveiling
    [cation of a monument to
    emory of the late Jacob
    in, former manager of the
    on Hotel, Miami Beach,
    ke place on Sunday, July
    p.m. at Mount Nebo Ccm-
    Rabbi Irving Lehrman
    ting. Mr. Hellman is sur-
    by his wife, Lucille F.: his
    r; and a sister, Mrs. Pauline
    New York City. Ar-
    ents are in charge of Pal-
    :i Monument Com-
    tives and friends are
    present.
    in
    SAM KRIX8KY
    . : Streel died J
    - hix wife, Mln
    i '.' I lai i y s
    I The ren
    Mi > i'ork fin -
    M nl Bi ai h R


    MM 1!1.."'\1
    \ ..

    Mn l>i
    M Ituth II
    one Bon, PI
    M Ksthi
    \l .,f
    a i. i ondurl' \in I .it Miami i
    hi followed ..: .Mi
    tUKS U>TTIE SIIAI'lllo
    fcf :', \v. Ban M irlno Drive.
    f'i .' une 2 it hi leaving hi r
    Paul. She wai M i......
    etrolt, v* hei e the remains
    . Miami Beach Riverside
    ii > and interment.
    lri.irs n >i'i:i:
    511 lr.th Street, died in a local
    Ital Surviving are his wife.
    i ion, Morton. The rema Iro
    ta N,w v.iik for lervlcei
    iiitenii.ru by Beach Memorial
    el. 1850 Allmi Road
    JOEL TRUST
    1 Michigan Avenue, pasxeil
    " In i. local hospital June 24th.
    . in-ill al Beach Memorial
    Mton liiiail. with Inter-
    - '-: in mi. smai Cemetery.
    MORRIS KOIJX
    V W ll'lh Street, passed
    lay ai ins home. Hi
    hi- wife, lii-iii ; a son and
    f Atlanta, hie mother. Nrs.
    Miami, and a brother
    I i Miami Service! were
    F The Miami Riverside
    nl in mi. Nebo Ceme-
    MDS MEMORIALS
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    EBREW MONUMENTS
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    CHICK INN
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    ELWYN" BEN ROLLINS
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    SW. 27th Ave.
    Pictured in a scene from John Van Dutsn's "Voice of the
    Turtle," now being presented by Studio M at 208 Bird Road. Coral
    Gables, are Marion Cason and Nancy Melhbl George Keathiy,
    who directed, also has a role in the three-character comedy about
    soldier on a weekend in New York. The play will run through
    Saturday and will be available for club dates tor one week after
    that.

    The Feast of the Bikurrim. a ceremony practiced by Xhi ancient
    Hebrews bringing treshly picked fru;ts to the priests, was cele-
    brated recently by the students of the Hebrew Acaderr.y. 918
    Sixth Street. Miami Beach. Pictured are (1. to r ) Edward Ginsberg.
    high priest; Harvey Meltzer, king: and Irving Kjlemer. farm
    hand, in a pageant depicting the ancient ceremony.
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    j^jgwlth Floriiiigun
    RECORD
    [Semitic Literature Reaches
    fern Germany From Argentina
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    sands of anti-Semitic leaflets are reaching Western f'..- _^""'"' *a-tuua, FRIDAY, JUNE 29 1951
    Jin Argentina. Nazi war criminals who are enjoying full
    of action are financing the steadily inn anti-1
    agitation throughout Europe. Eighteen new anti-Si
    ive been founded with their aid. New evidence is accumu- ',
    isclosing the anti-American character of the fascists
    siting under a pen name, recently directed a most v. -
    , against the United States. The Buenos Aires nazi!
    L;, Der Weg has been attacking and denouncing I
    issues. The neo-fascist party in Spain is likewise known
    nimosity toward the U. S.
    neo-nazis are stepping up their agitation in every state of
    Germany. Alfred Lontz, the Bavarian politician and installed tal pitched in t we,
    uo who is gaining popularity as the "Blonde Fuehrer." as President of the Miami Chap- 80u-mile jet plane racTaeainst
    \g overtures to the neo-nazis And the press department ter of the Institute of Internal ''"'"' the life of a Jewish
    Jonn Government has released an art.de glorifying Otto Audi. I un's newborn son.
    |azi spy of Parls "ifamy- as a genuine European." These ai. ,, / meeting.
    few out of the mass of accumulating evidence pointing
    nenace of neo-nazism.
    ertheless the American Jewish Commi
    a nieinorandum which attempts to dis
    to the trend of events in Germa
    MIAMI, FLORIDA,
    Auditors iirmip
    Elects Munk
    Philip .1. Mank, vice president
    1,1 the Wi i leral Savings &
    Loan '""i of Miami and
    of the Southeastern
    District, S .: Savings &
    Loan Controll. installed
    as president ol the Miami Chap-
    SEC. B
    Protestant, Catholic Airmen Speed Blood
    In Race To Save Dying Jewish Child
    a(ipANVTo ;MR BASE' H'-1child's only chance for survival.
    testant war ace. An emergency call was placed
    commanding officer with the Columbia Presbyterian
    mded hospi-1 Medical Center in New "
    Catholic
    in New York
    City where a supply of cells
    were located. The hospital found-
    ed by a Protestant is non-sec-
    tarian.
    Meanwhile at the McGuire Air
    rce Base in Trenton, N.J.. Col.
    ward W. Szaniawski, execu-
    e officer, arose in the middle
    the night to personally super-
    tor baby, agreed that pure red j vise the mission. Col. Szaniawski
    is a Catholic.
    Waiting to take off in a new
    speed P-33 jet for Chanute Air
    Base was war hero W. R. Rauh,
    31, of Seattle, Wash. A Protes-
    Thus far the Committee has not uttered one :y 1. H The Women's Activities Group merey m"ssion!UA?a"flightFCJ
    ,, the rearmament of Germany. They should hav, ,i,n. (. I:, Herman Osteen la Jewish manderw mths o sVrv-
    > for Jewish reasons but on paWotic grounds as well, ts Corp.; Xandei Commu -ter will :.e in the European Theatre of
    iore many Germans arei dreaming of a European empire Loos, Hoi Post, Inc.; lance Satur- Operations he was awu-ded.
    1 by Germany, one which will become the decish Elmei 11. Radloff, Wometi y, June 30, at 8:30 p.m al the three battle stars and an air
    I after a war in which, they hope, the U. S. and Soviet Ciriuit. s X.E. 62nd st. medal with 13 clusters
    will have exhausted each other Should this issue not The meetii featured talk Shank n, chain
    ican Jewry to a concerted effort to rouse American pric. control by How rd I. Mas- : I unces
    . Congress Weekly has rightly termed the import of the fasten, IV I N ional Bank ol Kded the J
    ndum as "sinister." Although expressing misgiving about Miami, treasurer, oviutu t.it jemsn
    in Germany, the executive committee of the AJC, Seated .. mt.h
    leld on May 5 and 6. adopted a declaration "favor- Glen C. Sti >ng, W. T. Prici DailCe Will Launch
    nation
    sitive
    i
    position on the question of West Germany's place '} !- AI U U' t\
    mid." This speculation must be termed at leas; | hi, Citj Products Corp.; liar- -UemherSnip Drive
    . >n?
    There is a good chance that the Jewish Morning Journal
    J appear again. D. Meckler, able editor of the newspaper.
    [succeeded in organizing a group of prominent men who
    prepared to put up $150,000 to revive the pspar. A. B.
    le and Harris Selig are to head the new board. During his
    to this country Ben Gurion spent e profitable evening at
    lea's home, where over a million dollars of Israsl bonds
    sold. The host purchased $500,000 worth of bonds and
    Israel a loan of S2S0.000. Selig is reputed for the valu-
    services he has been rendering on behalf of orthodox
    ^ry and its causes. Asociated with the group seeking to
    e the paper are Benjamin Glazer, prominent public rela-
    counsel, and I. Bunim. noted orthodox leader. Sine? its
    lg hundreds of letters have reached the Morning Journal
    teching its reappearance.
    HDS .
    just received the first issue of the Zionist Quarterly and
    kn't resist noting that Harold Manson, editor, merits highest
    fiendation for fine workmanship. The new publication de-
    a rating of excellent both for its content and appearance,
    a long-felt void.
    ON ISRAEL
    :e Progressive Zionists in Israel may soon launch their own
    They are said to feel that they can no longer depend on
    etz, which is veering toward the General Zionists. Hadassah,
    ?n. may be interested in the project.
    O.P.S. Pi i Exi
    South Florida District, and Eu-
    gi ne M in C liel of Con- Th m h the
    sumer (I ids !,: i hs, O.P.S. extensive I.
    i South Florida Disl drh
    The ability of the Air F
    to deliver the required blood in.
    a matter of houi .; ive the young
    dying Jewish son of a i<
    : a 50-50 chance for
    viva', the emergency ti
    1 ment.
    iimIiIs Hijack
    ?slnr lloeff
    W YORK iAJP) The hi-
    of a 13,000-pound car-
    of kosher beef valued at
    than $10,000 here late this i
    by three armed bandits and drove off.
    |seen by police as an indica-
    that a black market may
    here,
    official of the Kosher
    (hers' Association, Inc.,
    ed the existence of a black
    ket to an American Jewish
    I irter two weeks ago.
    ' d some kosher butch-
    [were experiencing "a feel-
    of overpayment on the
    I end" in the wake of
    ly-imposed Office of Price
    f tion ceilings.)
    bandits also stole the
    It-ton truck in which the
    was being transported and
    lapped the driver after
    [satcning to kill him. They re-
    ed him in a secluded subur-
    L ng Island community
    p later The truck was not
    pvered.
    F>e of the first of its type in
    ? York in several years, the
    piking occurred in late after-
    as the truck driver, Hyman
    bush, 35, prepared to deliver
    meat to retail outlets.
    pay sedan pulled up be-
    the truck at a red light and
    two armed men boarded the
    truck warning, "Be quiet or we'll
    kill you." Feibush was ordered
    off the true!: and into the ban-
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    B'nai M'riih Women
    Will Sponsor Play
    At Ring Theatre
    Members of Eleanor Roose-
    velt Chapter ol B'nai B'
    Women are wiling tickets foi
    Tuesdaj evening, Julj 3
    fbrmance of "Boy Moots Girl"
    at the University of Mia
    Theatre Proceeds of thi event
    ere earmarked foi local B'nai
    B'rith charities
    Mrs Burton Yagoda
    ;> :n eh
    the Ttcknta I
    . noaj be :-\
    calling B3-7tM
    The coup is also making
    .-, "Membei '. M
    bo: pai Ij to be be I n Ju j 11
    >Je*lsfi HcrkMsr
    In The Jewish Schools, 1950-51
    By LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
    ExecutiTe Director.
    Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami
    Cove Named Head
    Of Palsy Group
    >i
    Irving Goldman k.
    serving as exe*1*'
    also resier...-, utlv<
    ,ea- effective!
    Henry Cove, president of Vogue
    Laundry, has been named chair-
    man of the newly organized
    United Cerebral Palsy Associa-
    tion, which will take charge of
    cerebral palsy work in Dade
    County
    Other officers of the group in-
    clude Jack Bell. Miami Herald
    first vice president: Keith
    Leading Papers Laud
    Yeshiva Med Center
    NFW YORK AJP' The .".-
    initial Now V g : '-, T
    ned tding 1 [Yib-
    una this week I .. lana for
    I m i uct on of the $25,000,000
    Yea L'nnrei aits II i teal
    at Jewn
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    Tho Jew n Juno T, IM1 J~im 3. for
    .- TTm f Jewish Ed
    reveal the follow ing i ital stat -
    Children Receinng a Jewish Education
    Tho census ft jf 1947.
    plus | 1950.
    .. possible .; ilation in Greater Miami, between the
    i > s iW The figures below mdi-
    total ma.
    Is. the All- : Phillips. Coral Gables city com-
    :-..ssKir.er. second vice president:
    ::d by pi ttruction of approxi-
    beb S.000 Jewish children, a:-. : about 300 children
    van last '."... ineraaoak, rapreaenting af the total
    - Lid population. :s keep .....-mal
    ase in Jewish child popu. Greater Miami
    If we add to thu 1 i O .je those
    course iropped
    ut received aome Jewish education in the years I Beach city council. Hoke Welch.'
    before and failed to register thu year, there remain about 800 managing editor of the Miami
    Jew not receiving any form Daily News. Ernest Duhaime. U.
    of Jewish ed
    Registration at the Jewish Schools
    Sdk Suadaj School
    David Conservative 570
    Beth E. [Orthodox 3:
    Beth S Liberal' 202
    Louis Gillman. certified public I
    accountant, treasurer: and
    Charles Netter. attorney, secre-!
    tary.
    Directors are Frank Smathers
    of Miami Beach First National'
    Bank Burnett Roth of Miami.
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    Cjrmick. who was a member of
    Hebrew School tae old Cerebral Palsy Associa- ;
    ;>4 Uon. whin has dissolved.
    8* The new board, with the assist-
    MI ance of the national office will
    42 set up a new clinic. It has al-
    13 ready started negotiations for
    12 cooperation with all other
    23 agencies working with cerebral
    IS Palsy cases and plans to co-
    ordinate the entire program
    91 After years of sharp differ-
    ences of opinion between fac- :
    4T urns, the Miami Cerebral Palsy '
    || Association split open Mav M
    when Mrs Ehzabetr. Vtrrick.
    president, and five members of,
    board resigned
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    iy, JUNE 29. 1951
    Letters To The Editor
    Jc*isUkridian
    L Tin Jewish Floridian.
    we just been informed that
    , .xhha Hillel Silver, ac-
    Gedged spokesman of Amer-
    Zionism. today left Idle-
    Airport on a 6000-mile
    I. .0 South Africa for a lec-
    I tour in behalf of the Jew-
    ftational Fund, land pur-
    sing agency of the World
    Est Movement and the State
    Israel. He will visit Johan-
    ,c Pratoria and other prin-
    Jewish communities
    luehout South Africa. His
    i wfll take three weeks, after
    fch time he will proceed to
    Bl where he will lead the
    cation of the Zionist Organ-
    Ion of America to the World
    nlst Congress, scheduled to
    h "in Jerusalem on August 14.
    Ifore his departure Dr. Sil-
    Essued a statement in which
    Beclared that he accepted the
    [of the Jewish National Fund
    L0 to South Africa because
    feeU that at this hour in the
    of the State of Israel and
    Jewish people "there is
    hing more important than
    M development which will
    ke it possible for the State
    Israel to absorb the hundreds
    rids of homeless Jews
    5 annually come fjocking to
    . Jewish Homeland in search
    {opportunities for a free and
    If- tpectinfi life."
    lecalling his abiding inter-
    im tlu Jewish National Fund
    J silv r said:
    fl a very young lad on the
    }t Side of New York when I
    came to know the Jewish
    National Fund. It had been
    founded just a few years before
    and was gently making it-; jn.
    cipient way among our people
    My contact with it was of its
    white and blue pennv stamps
    which I offered for sale from
    door to door, at meeting ,,n<.\
    public gatherings, and in syna-
    gogues on the eve of festival:
    and holy days. I was an ener-
    getic salesman, coaxing and en-
    ticing the sluggish eust^
    often with unpremeditated elo-
    quence which, with all its patent
    shortcomings, never lacked either
    fervor or sincerity. When my
    sales for a single day grossed a
    dollar or two, I returned home-
    all aglow and triumphantas
    one that findeth great spoil.' My
    commission was. of course, noth-
    ing more than a star-studded
    dream, but I always felt amplv
    compensated. The stars which
    shone so brightly in my youth
    have accompanied me in later
    life and the music and gra
    those flowering years have re-
    mained. There can be no BWi i ".< .
    reward.
    "Today the Fund has come to
    be the greatest non-governmental
    land-purchasing agency in the
    world, and its contribution to
    rural and urban land develop-
    ment in Israel, and to the i stab'
    lishment of new colonies, gi *.-
    tlements and villages for the
    absorption of the myriads of new
    immigrants, are truly monu-
    mental. In the course of nearly
    three quarters of a century since
    its inception in Khibat Zion, our
    movement brought into existence
    manv fine and noble institutions.
    agencies and instrumentalities
    but none, I believe, surp;
    the Jewish National Fund in
    ular appeal and in the affe I
    in which It
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    mem. rising
    the univ..
    mented p,
    h V'
    hoif win eventual^
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    Ihe sum of $81 to Mount Sinai Hospital. The money was allocated
    Vfter a talk by one of the pupil delegates during a much spirited
    debate. Shown above presenting the check to Samuel Gertner.
    Ixecutire director of the hospital is Miss Joan Gould, vice presi-
    dent of the Confirmation Class 1951 Temple Beth Sholom Reh-
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    Dade County's championship high school debaters, who won
    a week's trip to Washington in the fifth annual debate contest
    sponsored by Sholom Lodge. B'nai B'rith. were guests of Con-
    gressman Bill Lantaff in an all-day visit on Capitol Hill. Here
    they are chatting with Congressman Lantaff on the Capitol
    steps before luncheon in the House dining room, after which
    they visited sessions of both the House and Senate. In the
    g.o (1. to i.) ar Mrs. Jessie Chamberlin. debate coach at the
    Mian.i Senior High school, who chaperoned the trip to Washington;
    Miss Fances Immerman, rramber of the winning Miami Senior
    High c-abate team; Congressman Lantaff; Robert Shavin, other
    member of the team, and A. B. Kapplin of Washington. D. C.
    national Americanism director of B'nai B'rith, who planned their
    week's stay at the national capital. Visits with J. Edgar Hoover.
    FBI chef, and J. Edward McGrath, attorney general of the United
    States, were included.
    General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars
    Electric and Acetylene Welding
    COULTON BROS. GARAGE
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    Free Pick-Up and Delivery Wrecker Service
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    The Showcase of Good Food
    BAYONNE. N. J. (AJP)A we only just arrived," Kronen-
    near-exhausted 40-year-old war
    veteran and his calm 32-year-old
    attractive brunette wife became
    the second known American
    Jewish parents of
    this week with the
    first set of quadruplets (one
    died) ever born m Bayonne hos-
    pital.
    The even) left Irving Kronen-
    berg, who runs a small variety
    store here, breathless with ex-
    citement. Mrs. Kroncnberg, who
    gave birth to the quad: ix
    ahead ol scheduli as in ex
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    were expected home in the m \>
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    bin n dead
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    tled, well -." The uuple h
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    birth of the Harrj Zareil recently marked
    ilu ii seventh bii thduj Zai eif is
    the musical dircctoi of the Co-
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    and assistance were reaching the from Indiana.
    couple bj early mail. I ,..
    religioui I Templi I
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    adult i l.i
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    for one helping hand: an offer
    of Mee an,i unlimited diapei
    sei vice.
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    his wife had moved recently to
    a four-room house in nearby
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    "The Israel Bond drive has already achieved the status of a,
    popular, comrrunity-wide undertaking." said Finance Minister j
    Eliezer Kaplan on his departure for Israel with Mrs. Kaplan, after
    an extended visit to the United States in behalf of th Bond drive.:
    'Our position as a new democracy and our economic future
    depend to a large extent on the success of the S500.000.000 Stale of
    Israel Independence Bond Issu." Mr. Kaplan told reporters just
    before he boara'ed the plane for return home.
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    JUNE 29, 1951
    [legal notice
    SALE OF BUSINESS
    -. 'is HEREBY GIVES' that
    E'a\maN nan, of the B,,h
    P.. A II 1951, 8'd the busl-
    2Z Vmkkkan i>ry dock
    gtVAGE COMPANY that he
    fr,,ndii.tl"K at No. 151 North-
    l *_,, ML. .,, I,,I..
    Kiver Drive. Miami. Dade
    "Fiorina. to WILBtfe C.
    m ik Who wlU rontinue the
    IneHH .il 'he same address;
    Bon- WAX.MAN will not be
    for any and all debt* in-
    the AMERICAN DRY
    l\n SALVAOE COMPANY
    It, of wild sale.
    \V\XMAN. has the author-
    Iniand. rerelve and settle for
    ,-laims, and obligations due
    l,-iu... : and he will pay i.n
    kf Invoice* "r other notices,
    ulillgatlons owing by the
    (oN WAX'MAN on account
    business up to and In-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Hid
    he
    4th day of June. A. D..
    SIMON WAXMA.N.
    I, BLOOMBERG
    for American Dry Dock
    Company
    Id Building
    Florida
    "/6
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    fDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY
    NO 141703
    JER OF PUBLICATION
    ANN MARTIN, Plaintiff.
    MARTIN, Defendant.
    [LVIN MARTIN
    Eh Carolina Avenue. S. E.
    Won. II. C.
    IARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    lill for Divorce has been filed
    Ij.iu and you are required to
    Trnpv of your Answer on the
    f attorney, and file the origl-
    lh>- office of the Clerk of the
    [Court on or before the 11th
    July. ItSl, in default of which
    of Complaint will be taken
    ted against you.
    this 11th day of June. 1951.
    E. B. I.KATHKRMAN,
    Clerk of the Circuit Coutt
    j TALIANOPP
    foi Plaintiff
    irnln Road
    Rai h, Kl..rida.
    E ; |
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
    IDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. 141002
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    MIRIAM SEIDMAN, Plaintiff
    BERNARD SEIDMAN, Defendant
    TO: BERNARD .SEIDMAN
    417 HrlKhtwater Court
    Hrooklyn, New York.
    You are required to nerve a conv
    of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
    plaint upon Plaintiffs attorney Mil
    r2m MANNHKiMF.n 0 Lincoln
    Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
    the original in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court in and for Dade
    County. Florida, on or before the 5th
    day of July. A. D., 19.-.1; otherwise
    said Hill win be taken as contested
    by you.
    Dated: this Sth day of June A D
    1931.
    E. B. WEATHERMAN,
    (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Caort
    By R. H. RICE, Jit
    6/8-15-22-29
    LEGAL NOTICE
    or- Florida ii!B:,Ah.cmcu
    V7P,U,BUCAT'ON
    * Plaintiff
    IDA
    -N CHaSy FL0R:
    rA NOTICi BY '
    'AY KLAPHOl
    vs.
    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    gni d, d< airing to engage
    ler the fictitious name
    II.YI.E MANORS it 7881 and
    Irlyle Avi nui. Miami Bea< h.
    Intend lo register said name
    i the Circuit Court of
    r i Ida.
    BENJAMIN MANN
    DAVID SILVERMAN
    IK J, TALIANOFP
    by for Applicants.
    I
    flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    (siring t- engage
    ess under the fictitious name
    VISTA CLEANERS at MOs
    ' A Miami, Florida, in-
    ild name with the
    the Circuit Court of Dade
    I
    MARGIE T. MEDINA
    Bole owner,
    MS
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY.
    No. 14160J
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    MARION RAPPAPORT. Plaintiff.
    vs
    NATHAN RAPPAPORT, Defendant
    TO NATHAN RAPPAPORT
    Clinton Prison
    P. O. Box B
    Danwmora, 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 BUI of Complaint on plain-
    tiffs attorney, und 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 a.'legations of said Bill of
    Complaint v 111 be taken as confessed
    against you.
    Dated this flth day of June. 1951
    E. B. LEATHERMAX,
    (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court.
    By R. H. RICE. JR.,
    Deputy Clerk,
    '.eorge J. Talianoff
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    l-'" Lincoln Road
    Miami Beaoh, Florida.
    6/S-I5-22-29
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious tmi
    >f "CATHY and CO.," not Incorpor-
    ated!, .it .':"; Chamber "f Coi
    Building. Miami. Florida, Intend to
    register laid name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade
    Florida.
    J. J. friede (sole wner)
    KA8S, FULLER ft CULBREATH
    Attorney for CATHY and CO
    6 16-21-29 7 S
    DATED June it, iir,i
    ' B. LEATHBRMAN.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    THE
    EVEf.
    rL0RiDA
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    CNOUANNTDYFdR"BXb'E
    N CHANCERY
    No 141778
    - Wexford T.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    f Circuit
    Court Beal) By R. n
    HAROLD BHAPIRO
    Plaintiff's
    W1 Lincoln Road
    Bern h, Florida
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    the
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    iii business under th--
    of MIAMI BASKET <
    1st stre-t. Miami. Florida, intend to
    of the Circuit Cum of I> Florida,
    fictitious name
    at 150 N \V
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    CLEMENT B GOODMAN
    WILLIAM I BRENNER
    Att >rne> for Applli ants
    120 Lincoln !: d
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    Kl.l.ls ALAN KRUSE
    8TANLCT KRU8E
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    Attorney <.. Ownei -
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    Miami Beach, Florids
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    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    .. NAME LAW
    .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    undersigned, desiring to
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    PDA. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 141600
    riCE OF PUBLICATION
    JANE S1LVERMAN,
    Plaintiff,
    BILVERMAN,
    Pendant.
    PRED .i BILVERMAN
    wth 51st Streel
    phla, Penni ylvai
    IRE HERBY NOTIFIED that
    for Annulment
    filed against you, and you
    i i ii vi a copy
    lo the Bill of Com-
    HARRY
    Road, Miami
    anil file the
    dfl ol the Clerk of
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    ' li day ..f June, 1951
    R LEATHBRMAN,
    il k of the (
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    niETz, bbo Deputy Cl6rit
    ' It. Id
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    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring <
    in bualnesi under the fictitious name
    of Miami w.-tiM. r Company, at 221
    N W, ."..sth Court, Miami, Fl.. In-
    tends to register aald name with the
    clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    ROBERT .S BORST,
    Sole Owner.
    I R. MAYERS
    Attorney for Applicant
    41- <"ongress Building
    C'15-22-!9 "'
    IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    RE ESTATE OF
    JOSEPH ''Hi UNACK1
    ised
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
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    - SOPHIA .'li< UNACKI
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    Attorn.
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    that
    engage
    Complaint.
    This notli e hall lie published oi
    i week for four i onsei utlve wi
    In THE JEWISH PT,ORIDIAN
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    Florida,
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    1 Ircul Clerk, Circuit Couri
    i ourt Beal) Dude Co >ntv Plor i i
    By M.C. EF.ICK
    JAY BURTON K'KV, L"i""" '
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    111 Lincoln Coot
    Miami Beach, Florida
    ; 29 1 G
    SAM GOLDMAN
    MICHAEL MST!^Nn^DMAN
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    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    Jewish Floridicm o-
    Tour legal notice*.
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    accurale senrlc. at
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIBCI'IT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT.
    IN' AND FOR DADE I'lU'MT,
    FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No
    141538
    BOU1HEABTERN NATURAL GAS
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    .1 l> PENNINGTON and 8ALLIE
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    I ARE HEREBY N '
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    . use i:. i you are hen ilred to
    mm a a i opy "i )
    Pleading-* to the Bill of Con
    i.n the Plaintiffs itto P
    Sill er, Abd .v \i II 104 Ins
    Building, Miami. Florid .. and file the
    oiiginui of auch Answer or Pli id
    Inga with the i llerk of the C
    Court on or before the Itta day of
    July, A. D. 1911: otherwise, i I i'.
    Pro Confesso will be entered against
    you
    This notice shnll be published one'
    each eek fur f>ur consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
    DATED this 4th day of June. A. D,
    MIL
    E D I.EATHEISM \N.
    Ctei h of Cln irll C mm and
    f<>- Dad, County, Florida.
    (Circuit Court Beal)
    By \\M W STOCKING,
    1 leput) i
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    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    N ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desii Ing to ei
    In businesn under the I l iu>
    of BENDIX LAUNDRY al 3S78 N W
    17th Avenue, M
    to : eglst r bb :.i the Clei
    of th.- Clrc lit Jourl if Dad
    ty. Flo-
    ALEX CHERNIN.
    FOKB8 & FRISHMAN,
    attorney* for Bendlx La
    6 S-1S-22-29
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, defirlng to e-iuui-
    In buslnesi under the flctitloua name
    of THE COMFORT SIMP at 8171
    V i: 2nd .\\~.. Miami, Florida, in-
    tends to register said name with the
    i lerk .'i the Circuit curt ,,< Did.-
    County, Florid.i.
    , IRVING KELTON
    : < 7 ii-ii-jo
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to ena ute
    In business under the fictit i- n
    |>I MIAMI SHORES FIVE AND TEN
    CENT DEPARTMENT STORE
    I n E. 2nd Aven le, Miami
    shores, Dade I to inty, I-. n Ida
    gistei said name with I
    f the Cii lit C Dadi
    r
    JOSEPH I iMJELMAN
    riEORGE .1 TALIANOFF
    foi App
    J : 13-20
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN
    to e lags

    CINEMA BARBER SHOP at 12H
    tvenu< Miami
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE 'IR' 'UIT ''' il'R r i >F Tin:
    ELEVENTH JUIHCIAL CIRi
    ' !- FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO
    141493
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ftf.VleJTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. I4139B
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    CHERTKOK AM' K I
    'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C~
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 141968
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    BERTHA s AULTHOUSE, pla.....
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN A\D FOR DADE
    COUNTY. FLOR DA
    N LAV
    No. 25417-D
    NOTlCc TO AP?E-~
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    Beach Academy
    Plans 8th Grade
    Jack Satin, vice presidt i I
    the Hebrew Academy ind chair-
    man >t the house committee, an-
    nounced the opei -;ll,h
    ide tor the fortl I *-
    This announcement came at .1
    meet ;:.: : the board
    i at the H. b A lemy
    Wednesday evening, Jun
    Rabbi Alexander S Gross,
    principal of the academy, stated
    that with the addition >t an
    , hth grade, the Hebrew acad-
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    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 24—Number 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS (Calls For Pact Jewish War Veterans i two-day conclave at j B ch Sunday by electing ? of officers and callPacific defense pact the North Atlantic jn. ,up elected Victor of Hollywood as state ei to suceed William B. Meyer Appointed Chairman Of Supplemental Campaign Baron de Hirsch Meyer, prominent Miami Beach attorney and communal leader ,has been named chairman ol the supplemental campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal, being conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A goal of $87,000 has been set to raise necessary funds for the continuance of the vital ices of the seven local agencies Summer llond Contest ( ontinuoa The Zionist Organization of America. Hadassah and Miami Hebrew School and Congregation maintained their leads in the three divisions of the summer competition for the Greater Miami Israel Bond drive this week, Dr. Morris Goodman announced Surf side Prohibits 'Restricted' Signs Enactment by the Town of Surfside of a comprehensive sign ordinance containing a provision prohibiting signs which are discriminatory in nature, is announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, Anti;ue of B'nai servWednesday. mo" o7 Hoflywood; who are partieipants'Tn the"Ap-I Service Bureau; Maurice PerlThe Council of Organizations, Defama tj 0n 0 L eag named judge advocate, peal. stein. Jewish Home for the a unit of the Greater Miami ComBVith Dior State Vic* comNeed for the supplemental Aged. William .lick, Mount mittee for Bonds of Israel Govas William Oster of i drive was cited by Meyer when | bln '" H(,! >P llal junior vice comj he stated that oniy through the [Bernard Koloff of Mill. jrimately 150 delegates the two business sesSea Gull Hotel, contieadquarters, Sunday. officers elected were: line and Sid Horn of knd Frank Diamond of Bile, trustees; J. Jay >f Hollywood, adjutant; Lewis of Hollywood, staff; Saul Chetlin of Bd. quartermaster; Lester >{ Miami Beach, chief kth C. Braidman of Miraising of "these additional funds can we hope to overcome the critical financial problems of our community's agencies." A buffet dinner meeting on Monday, July 2, at 6:30 p. m. at the Jewish Home for the Aged, Douglas Gardens, 150 N. E. 53rd Street, will launch the drive. Invited to attend are the 350 men and women serving on the boards of directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Centers Asosciation. Bureau of Jewish Education, National Council of Jewish Women, Jewish Social Service Bureau, Jewish Vocalicer of the day; Edythe j tional Service. The leaders of Miami Beach, historian; these constituent agencies will krd of Miami, service ofdiscuss ways and means of raiskd Bob Fishkind of Tampa ing the $87,000 needed to carry It Gobey of Hollywood, Guest speaker of the evening relations. on the work of the local agencies, deputies to the chief 1 will be Stanley C. Myers, local were Lou Deutsch of | attorney, former national Dod. Lou Phillips of Mi| president of the Council of Jewddy Logue of C o r a 1 I ish Federations and Welfare )ave Nadler of Tampa, i Funds and former president of sder of West Miami. Sam the Greater Miami Jewish Fed|m of St. Petersburg, I eration. Sheier of Jacksonville, ; Serving on the arrangements |ul Von Zamft of Miami committee for this meeting are Albert Comanor, Jewish Social 'THE TIRST GRADUATION or CANTORS *> /r The first class of cantors ever to be !" ned '" a June 17, at atois on American soil wu graduated on =" n Y or k. Among ^ Hebrew Union School of Sacred Mus.cin New i hlT S at the exercises were Dr. NeUon Glueck (top ^ N of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish I !" 1 '*" 1 ** 1 C ollege-InWtM A. Jaffa (right), chairman of the Board oi the £ oJ the tute; and Dr. Abraham N. Franxblau (botto•"'' ol Je wish fhool of Sacred Music, and Dr. Exic Werner. P' le or Exec utiw P u >c at the College-Institute and chairman or of tommitte, of the School of Sacred Music. The Jscno ^^ k CoUege-Inatituf and only school for fg~L&Z w d RF*f re its men for ferric* in Orthodox. Conserw ynagogu*s. Rosen, Saperstein New Beach Judges The appointment of Attorney i Jack Rosen as municipal judge and Assistant City Attorney A g a] n as associate municipal judge was announced Wednesday at a Miami Beach city council meeting by City Manager C. A. Renshaw. K. n replaces th< lati Judge D P Galen and Saperstein fills the vacancy left by Councilman Bernard A Frank. R isen became the new t judge 1 • : 4 3 -j t, in won his apI a 4-L vote. ZOA Stands Criticized PARIS JTA %  — A resolul expressing regrel ove th. %  taken by the Zionist O.lion of Ameri. I support aJ Zionists in Israel dopted here Monday at the • th< General Zionist ounparticipated m the session. Dade Countians To Sign Pledge Of 'Rededication' Dade County resi enfc and %  ., alike are beinf ask. I 'n a "Pledge of Rededica%  "," he ideals .-".I I i tlon Indepi Mitchell Woll r, ""i the Dade Countj' cornm *sion for the ol f he f ?{,. m SJMT of rededication to the eedom and personal, liberty hp Three thousand copies of tne i A*, h-.ve been distributed to pledge have Dei. re iig,ouP. ESS" JeSran fraternal, and SoSaror&tions for s.gna; |S?8sSs* JS I Place in this area. eminent, is offering awards to i Adopted April 9, the Surfside the organizations selling the ordinance prohibits the display greatest dollar value in bonds of signs -containing words which from June 1 to October 1. Prizes j. 4 also will be given to groups sell"* discriminatory in nature, ing the greatest number of bonds h ?, restricted or select cliin relation to their membership emele %  strength, but standings in that Passage of the ordinance folcategory will not be available ] owe d a continuing educational until next week, Dr. Goodman program developed by the ADL stated, committee of North Shore Xodge Z.O.A. has sold 135 bonds B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach, in amounting to $33,700 since June cooperation with the Florida 1, with B'nai B'rith second in ADL Office, Balkin said, the men's division with sale of 11 bonds for $4,300. Farband is David Pollack Surfside city third with 15 bonds for $2,350. councilman and member of Mizrachi has sold three bonds North Shore Lodge, was active for $1,350 and the Jewish War m the town council in spearheadVeterans one for $100. ln 6 thc anti-discriminatory sign ,, u .on i „J^ provision in the ordinance. Hadassah has sold 138 bonds K for $32,850. while the Pioneer "This action by the town counWomen have turned in 36 bonds c ji 0 f Surfside, located immediand $7,700. Mizrachi's seven a tely north of the city of Miami bonds for $1,350 and the AmeriBeach, is particularly significant can Jewish Congress' 10 bonds j n that it marks an important amounting to $750 are next in the extension of the anti : discriminawomen's division. B'nai B'rith tory sign provision first adopted trails with four bonds for $350. j n the Miami Beach anti-discrimIn the religious groups division, inatory advertising ordinance," the Miami Hebrew School and Balkin said. "Passage of this orCongregation has sold six bonds dinance in Surfside is a notable for $2 550 with Kneseth Israel indication of the movement to next with'seven bonds for $2,400. eradicate social discrimination Beth El has turned in $1,300 from and the blight of discriminatory 15 bonds sold and Beth Tfilah displays from the State of Flo.has sold four bunds fur $1,150. ida." he added. __ IRAQ EMIGRATION SOARS AS UJA SAVES 125.000 Jewish Appeal—tnis v.- rum bers v : a the UJA-financed airmovemenl to Israel ol laeord V m e fc are vp ; ca l of those Hft. The <*Od*.jQJSj'gi, <$££ O f "is mass rescue brought to Israel from Baghaads.nc paiest ne program m May. '""•",. rescue and transfer to Israel of funds, has made P 0 "* 1 th £" S t mes the numLor ftat were 125.000 Iraqi 3 /**^£Jrg 194 !" 50. American Jews must 01 KLTSSV&^cSS53 Jr-i" ~sSac



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    iy, JUNE 29. 1951 Letters To The Editor Jc*isUkridian L Tin Jewish Floridian. we just been informed that %  .xhha Hillel Silver, acGedged spokesman of AmerZionism. today left Idle%  Airport on a 6000-mile I. .0 South Africa for a lecI tour in behalf of the Jewftational Fund, land pursing agency of the World Est Movement and the State Israel. He will visit Johan,c Pratoria and other prinJewish communities luehout South Africa. His i w fll take three weeks, after fch time he will proceed to B l where he will lead the cation of the Zionist OrganIon of America to the World nl st Congress, scheduled to h "in Jerusalem on August 14. Ifore his departure Dr. SilEssued a statement in which Beclared that he accepted the [of the Jewish National Fund L 0 to South Africa because feeU that at this hour in the of the State of Israel and Jewish people "there is hing more important than M development which will ke it possible for the State Israel to absorb the hundreds rids of homeless Jews 5 annually come fjocking to Jewish Homeland in search {opportunities for a free and Iftpectinfi life." lecalling his abiding interim tlu Jewish National Fund J silv r said: fl a very young lad on the }t Side of New York when I came to know the Jewish National Fund. It had been founded just a few years before and was gently making it-; j n cipient way among our people My contact with it was of its white and blue pennv stamps which I offered for sale from door to door, at meeting ,, n <.\ public gatherings, and in synagogues on the eve of festival: and holy days. I was an energetic salesman, coaxing and enticing the sluggish eust^ often with unpremeditated eloquence which, with all its patent shortcomings, never lacked either fervor or sincerity. When my sales for a single day grossed a dollar or two, I returned homeall aglow and triumphant—as one that findeth great spoil.' My commission was. of course, nothing more than a star-studded dream, but I always felt amplv compensated. The stars which shone so brightly in my youth have accompanied me in later life and the music and gra those flowering years have remained. There can be no BWi i ".< reward. "Today the Fund has come to be the greatest non-governmental land-purchasing agency in the world, and its contribution to rural and urban land development in Israel, and to the i stab' lishment of new colonies, gi *.tlements and villages for the absorption of the myriads of new immigrants, are truly monumental. In the course of nearly three quarters of a century since its inception in Khibat Zion, our movement brought into existence manv fine and noble institutions. agencies and instrumentalities but none, I believe, surp; the Jewish National Fund in ular appeal and in the affe I in which It %  admii and mem. rising the univ.. mented p, h V' hoif win eventual^ %  his former itand. Res| LEON J. F.LL. Ji Fund C G ?AGE 3 B GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furniture Topt. Bavtlad Mirror, and Re.ilT.ring Our Specialty ^? G# ftlass and Mirror Works SSKUTQSZA 1 PHONE 3 4834 KUKRIS ORLIS IRVING GORDOX CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 aw* Mosttkluxe Electric f&nge wi>AEwOlkredattheftice! Students of the Temple Beth Sholom Religious School at the linal meeting of their annual Keren Ami conference, allocated Ihe sum of $81 to Mount Sinai Hospital. The money was allocated Vfter a talk by one of the pupil delegates during a much spirited debate. Shown above presenting the check to Samuel Gertner. Ixecutire director of the hospital is Miss Joan Gould, vice president of the Confirmation Class 1951 Temple Beth Sholom RehBious School. Pictured are fl. to r.) Sydney J. Greenberg. principal of the school; Gertner; Miss Gould; Stanley Greenberg. stuBent. and Rabbi Leon Kronish. NYLON BRAIDED LINE ]' %  %  ••' Un< Money ran Buy—Bella roi Almoat Double—14, IS, 20. 27 %  I.I,. Test—Pet Spool Smashing Low Prices On Fishing Tackle Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances tfttffc 45 LB. TEST 80c SPOOL MI.MS RRAIDED LIME 50 Y,i. Spool SPINNING REELS if %1 {WOOD TACKI E'BOX Rei H< I I'ER FISH HOOKS '_ilHJ_^' %  >— 100 Reg. |2.50 2 L ROD Reg\ *> ; [ATOLAM I 50 BHJNEK A M1NN W NETS J] |-Ft. nly Z| |l20 FOLDING CRAB TRAPS Ri IMS e*. 15 GALLON THERMOSJUO S_g WITH FAUCET ^^^__ If '3 • %  ,A Kl -'BOX. 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    T PAGE 2 B B'nai M'riih Women Will Sponsor Play At Ring Theatre Members of Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter ol B'nai B' Women are wiling tickets foi Tuesdaj evening, Julj 3 fbrmance of "Boy Moots Girl" at the University of Mia Theatre Proceeds of thi event ere earmarked foi local B'nai B'rith charities Mrs Burton Yagoda ;> :n eh the Ttcknta I noaj be : \ calling B3-7tM The coup is also making .-, "Membei '. M bo: pai Ij to be be I n Ju j 11 >Je*lsfi HcrkMsr In The Jewish Schools, 1950-51 By LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN ExecutiTe Director. Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami Cove Named Head Of Palsy Group >i Irving Goldman k. serving a s exe !" 1 *' also resier...-, £ utlv < ,ea effective! Henry Cove, president of Vogue Laundry, has been named chairman of the newly organized United Cerebral Palsy Association, which will take charge of cerebral palsy work in Dade County Other officers of the group include Jack Bell. Miami Herald first vice president: Keith Leading Papers Laud Yeshiva Med Center NFW YORK AJP' — The .".initial Now V g : '-, T ned tding 1 [Yibuna this week I .. lana for I M i uct on of the $25,000,000 Yea %  L'nnrei aits II • i teal at Jewn :-. V. so. I Tho Jew n Juno T, IM1 %  J ~im 3. for — .TTM f Jewish Ed reveal the follow ing i ital stat -• Children Receinng a Jewish Education Tho census ft jf 1947. plus | %  •• 1950. .. possible ; ilation in Greater Miami, between the i > s iW The figures below mditotal ma. Is. the All: Phillips. Coral Gables city com:-..ssKir.er. second vice president: ::d by pi ttruction of approxibeb S.000 Jewish children, a:-. : about 300 children van last • '."... ineraaoak, rapreaenting • af the total Lid population. :s keep mal ase in Jewish child popu. Greater Miami If we add to thu 1 i O .je those course iropped ut received aome Jewish education in the years I Beach city council. Hoke Welch.' before and failed to register thu year, there remain about 800 managing editor of the Miami Jew not receiving any form Daily News. Ernest Duhaime. U. of Jewish ed Registration at the Jewish Schools Sdk Suadaj School David Conservative 570 Beth E. [Orthodox 3: Beth S Liberal' 202 Louis Gillman. certified public I accountant, treasurer: and Charles Netter. attorney, secre-! tary. Directors are Frank Smathers of Miami Beach First National' Bank Burnett Roth of Miami. I V. 1 school was isututions j %  %  %  %  %  Northside Center To Mee' s • '• K ": Liberal) -Grai la er v aUve Cmiwi vallM %  Ken Orthodox Miami Beach School Orth dox ''on '> %  • re I %  raw • 3 J E E 135 45 a u toa 51 4C S district attorney; Deermg Mcf Cjrmick. who was a member of Hebrew School tae old Cerebral Palsy Associa; ;>4 Uon. whin has dissolved. 8* The new board, with the assistMI ance of the national office will 42 set up a new clinic. It has al13 ready started negotiations for 12 cooperation with all other 23 agencies working with cerebral IS Palsy cases and plans to coordinate the entire program 91 After years of sharp differences of opinion between fac: 4T urns, the Miami Cerebral Palsy || Association split open Mav M when Mrs Ehzabetr. Vtrrick. president, and five members of, board resigned M 3i 50 IT -WORRY About Your F001 A Com plete Catam, j^ Mode to Order RtBtal af CHINA SH.VQWI UNEKS Entertainment and all Bag forma! aad informal ana details arranged for pe PHONE 3-5453 N.OHTS.S.SOAvs th0Ll|)An JACI 4 JILL CATEROS S! 0" M, T In I -AN ANNOUNCEMENT•72 Builders af Imnirtal M-raanals hi the Jewish Traie s aa rt aoai lea aha Fas: Three Years %  I : ; I ; :? .riterr.-ev.r.: •i F:r~-s m ?no 'P-^i -'••--^ tea %  %  %  -Due to the unprecedented Empire warehouse :=Te=tsrrofi =*J*ri*ls and finished furniture—we are forced :: retail at on eTerything we sell Whether it is a floe: piece onu. c-ostom tailored item you are orderirg—you *ul O-JT itfoilai than dealer cost in many instances. This drastic reduction of regular prices will ::=:_-_e uotilad time as this ore: abundance of i=Ter-tor:s reducei Toes tons aad tons of prime rattans araadrioaai of foa= rubev, bales and bales of cotton, tons of BfadaMJS a:: -.r-ousaadi of 3 lars of highiy decorative fabrics were store-o ioiizit the sborl•9* thai has yet not come. Join in this great opportunity to buy the best for less this r* wou^d purchase ordinary *Ki>jt elsewhere. New Price* Are Now In Erect EMPIRE FURNITURE FACTORY & RATTAN WORKS 1225 N. L 2nd Are,. Miami Ph. Mff lose a %  %  : s:_ %  1 Sh ul too Mo kc Th'* fed %  ALLIED DETH T1VK AI.L>r\ ~ : — 5-S JTESS AXT :-:c>e ?=_-rr x : vr-r EXT: .VL :xvrsr:s AT: c'siV 41st Street :• ;• = TW-.S;-: VAS2TY HCr?. 5V re x-.-_>; ; Iraan 3 a: 4 *eir**ojT k Fr ^ir urn : T — I Every S^aday Mte :: A-X. SHELLS SIPER MARKET Jacob Sohachter D*e. %  %  N-.--V-AN K. L rears **.-*iaiae —ea-^ Eoi Center—Open SuiidcrTs Budweisef LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. ... ST. LOUIS SAX BI



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    % PAGE 8 B Beach Academy Plans 8th Grade Jack Satin, vice presidt i I the Hebrew Academy ind chairman >t the house committee, announced the opei ;ll,h ide tor the fortl I %  *This announcement came at .1 meet ;:.: : the board %  i at the H. b A lemy Wednesday evening, Jun Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal of the academy, stated that with the addition >t an hth grade, the Hebrew academy will now become the %  • %  „,. ,,,. [„ t S itn with a proting I • sen tl that s nitl in I prop s •' • : Ith '. %  S • .-. %  • %  I %  SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN on Lake Osceola HENDERSONVILLE N. C. JOE RU3IN Owner-Mar.ase: OPENING TUNE 1st Spacia! Low Rates fo: Montr. 0: .'-~e Ameriran Plan Only Finest Jewish-American Cuisine All Rooms with Bath or Shower Private Beach and Dock MY WIFEWA5 CRANKY AS A BEAR, *CA$E OF NERVES,* SHE SAID. $0 I SUGGESTED MILES NERVINE AND SENT HER OFF TO BED. Be wix! When ner\ ous tension causes a rift in your umi when teoae oer\ e* mak Cranky, tJuarreleome •> S ou ara Re-atlesa. Wakeful. av Nervous Headache or Nervous Indigestion try Miles NERVINE Sea haw this mid. eSecttve sedative helps relieve aerecua tension, helps rw "ft bold as* rouraelT and parnuU refreahina; steep. Recommend it to famly and friends. Get Milej Nervim frean rear dniajftore. Follow tfce label—avoid exrsstve use. Eflervescect tablets JJc and 7S. Liquid ZSc and i'. X. MUaa Laboratories, lac, EkhU*. Indiana a a f-Jenist ncrMiar FRIDAY, JUNE 23. A The News is Good! FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, almost every" %  tresh news is created by the fine per new personal experience in tire life and at tat) WHEN YOU HAYE THE CHANCE, just listen u a V.jst->wner talk about his tires. Ask him a •r.%. Or even better. LET US SHOW YOU THE TIRE ITSELF! LET I i SHOW YOL' V.:e Oe-skiJJed. textu.'iied tr?*J ti-.it. lor the first ni, can give you "total tread depth" safety aafety that can remain fresh and new when other tires are olil and smooth. LET US SHOW YOU the strong and beautiful sidewalls 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 safety with easier steering with Air Ride ( road absorbing) comfort with extremely low cost per safe mile. If you will see and know these things before you make any tire investment, you will understand the great strides that have been taken in tira life and aafety. See Your U. S. Roval Dealer! It there it tlm tligh-/tt delay in filling j order, he will render you expert HTffctl your old tires.'til your new tires arrive. I him hear from you t SPECIAL NOTICE! ROYAL MASTER OWNERS! lasssss s aa* DSM t > %  t*. mot vi'-ii:il M a'.l b'—%  •!*' lbl thf "t i**l 6—0 IrMt o( h(e nJ lafety in even: sil lMk< • I %  r .. *l your ori.in.l ROYALTEX t-->! sad • I uonaf.y c.n b%  I without rscappu i or I ••ot fwfl.o 'I u which only tba -"I your U.S. Rr,"' %  ""'' I ontiMl nomkul •;-'• %  "Beaetasri •r. fivlng up th*r liv-,' U.S. ROYALS UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY SKID PROTECTION! BLOWOUT PROTECTION LIFE PROTECTION! \ Gets You Rolling! Yes, You Can Pay As You Ride. Convenient Credit Terms. Over Tnentv-Six Years In Greater Miami U. S. FACTORY TYPE FULL CAP FULLY GUARANTEI j Norton Tire Company Inc. MIAMI Wm W. Flakier Street Ph. :i KK IMI \. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. '< %  V1 F S NERVINE MIAMI BEACH lls>t AltM R*d Ph. 5-5113



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    PACE 4 B FRIDAY. JUNF 29. i9Ci tolc-ttistiitfrn it. if) FRIDAY. TUNE 29. 1951 PAGE 5 B Dade County's championship high school debaters, who won a week's trip to Washington in the fifth annual debate contest sponsored by Sholom Lodge. B'nai B'rith. were guests of Congressman Bill Lantaff in an all-day visit on Capitol Hill. Here they are chatting with Congressman Lantaff on the Capitol steps before luncheon in the House dining room, after which they visited sessions of both the House and Senate. In the g.o (1. to i.) ar Mrs. Jessie Chamberlin. debate coach at the Mian.i Senior High school, who chaperoned the trip to Washington; Miss Fances Immerman, rramber of the winning Miami Senior High c-abate team; Congressman Lantaff; Robert Shavin, other member of the team, and A. B. Kapplin of Washington. D. C. national Americanism director of B'nai B'rith, who planned their week's stay at the national capital. Visits with J. Edgar Hoover. FBI chef, and J. Edward McGrath, attorney general of the United States, were included. General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — tiody Repairs and Tainting Free Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service Phones 3-2!44. 2-6652 840 s.W. 8th Street The Showcase of Good Food tWO weekOne little ;:nl was bin n dead Kronenberg t.>ui the American bei g said, "but onci e'n settled, well -." The • uuple h son, Martin, ai II Another el if J |uads, quadruplets the children ol .1 and Mrs. birth of the Harrj Zareil recently marked ilu II seventh bii thduj Zai eif is the musical dircctoi of the Columbia Broadi lem. Mi's. Sh. n bj II superintendents of Temple Isi ail mi the me a i..ii ,| hei twenty -fifth anniv ei is a reliI'.imis school ti .i 'hi .n tilt %  area Jewish Press thai offers of gifts Mr: Seligman came here in 1925 and assistance were reaching the from Indiana. couple bj early mail. I „„„,.. religioui I Templi I rai I, she devoted mo: t of hei i time in childi en but a adult i l.i Rabbi Josi s.ml he was especially thankful for one helping hand: an offer of Mee an,i unlimited diapei sei vice. The businessman said he and his wife had moved recently to a four-room house in nearby Lyndhurst. "We haven't signed up with a synagogue or temple out hen HEAR YE OLDE SAGE W41AM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M. ,—•—• Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-Prealdant V.J*. *%J -/ SERVING "A" I PRODUCTS Mlfa GREATER MIAMI MILK CREAM ICE CREAM ph R N : il and Jacob II. Kaplan and 31 teach eis and ;, ndered the dinner ai Bi I II tauranl and pi esented her u ith a silvei ice bucki I "The Israel Bond drive has already achieved the status of a, popular, comrrunity-wide undertaking." said Finance Minister j Eliezer Kaplan on his departure for Israel with Mrs. Kaplan, after an extended visit to the United States in behalf of th Bond drive.: 'Our position as a new democracy and our economic future depend to a large extent on the success of the S500.000.000 Stale of Israel Independence Bond Issu." Mr. Kaplan told reporters just before he boara'ed the plane for return home. MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 HERE IS A CONTEST FOR FL0RIDIANS ONLY '3000 .00 in CASH Prizes 7NO PUZZLES TO SOLVE! NOTHING TO BUY! NO BOX TOPS TO SEND IN! YOU CAN BE ONE OF THE



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    j^jgwlth Floriiiigun RECORD [Semitic Literature Reaches fern Germany From Argentina By NATHAN ZIPRIN sands of anti-Semitic leaflets are reaching Western f'.. % % %  _^""'"' %  *A-TUUA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29 1951 Jin Argentina. Nazi war criminals who are enjoying full of action are financing the steadily inn anti-1 agitation throughout Europe. Eighteen new anti-Si ive been founded with their aid. New evidence is accumu', isclosing the anti-American character of the fascists siting under a pen name, recently directed a most v. • against the United States. The Buenos Aires nazi! L ; Der Weg has been attacking and denouncing I issues. The neo-fascist party in Spain is likewise known •nimosity toward the U. S. neo-nazis are stepping up their agitation in every state of Germany. Alfred Lontz, the Bavarian politician and • installed tal pitched in t we, uo who is gaining popularity a s the "Blonde Fuehrer." as President of the Miami Chap80u-mil e jet plane racTaeainst \g overtures to the neo-nazis And the press department ter of the Institute of Internal ''"'" %  the life of a Jewish Jonn Government has released an art.de glorifying Otto Audi. I un's newborn son. |azi spy of Parls "ifamya s a genuine European." These ai„. „ ,, / meeting. few out of the mass of accumulating evidence pointing nenace of neo-nazism. ertheless the American Jewish Commi a nieinorandum which attempts to dis %  to the trend of events in Germa MIAMI, FLORIDA, Auditors iirmip Elects Munk Philip .1. Mank, vice president 1,1 the Wi i leral Savings & Loan '""i of Miami and %  of the Southeastern District, S .: Savings & Loan Controll. installed as president ol the Miami ChapSEC. B Protestant, Catholic Airmen Speed Blood In Race To Save Dying Jewish Child A ( IP AN V T O ; MR BASE H'-1child's only chance for survival. testant war ace. An emergency call was placed commanding officer with the Columbia Presbyterian mded hospi-1 Medical Center in New Catholic in New York City where a supply of cells were located. The hospital founded by a Protestant is non-sectarian. Meanwhile at the McGuire Air rce Base in Trenton, N.J.. Col. ward W. Szaniawski, execue officer, arose in the middle the night to personally supertor baby, agreed that pure red j vise the mission. Col. Szaniawski is a Catholic. Waiting to take off in a new speed P-33 jet for Chanute Air Base was war hero W. R. Rauh, 31, of Seattle, Wash. A ProtesThus far the Committee has not uttered one :y 1. H The Women's Activities Group merey m"ssion! U A?a"flight F C J ,, the rearmament of Germany. They should hav, ,i,n. (. I:, Herman Osteen la Jewish manderw mths o sVrv>• for Jewish reasons but on paWotic grounds as well, ts Corp.; Xandei Commu -ter will :.e in the European Theatre of iore many Germans arei dreaming of a European empire Loos, Hoi Post, Inc.; lance SaturOperations he was awu-ded. 1 by Germany, one which will become the decish Elmei 11. Radloff, Wometi y, June 30, at 8:30 p.m al the three battle stars and an air I after a war in which, they hope, the U. S. and Soviet Ciriuit. s X.E. 62nd st. medal with 13 clusters will have exhausted each other Should this issue not The meetii featured talk Shank n, chain ican Jewry to a concerted effort to rouse American pric. control by How rd I. Mas: I unces Congress Weekly has rightly termed the import of the fasten, IV I N ional Bank ol Kded the J ndum as "sinister." Although expressing misgiving about Miami, treasurer, ovi utu t .it jems n in Germany, the executive committee of the AJC, Seated .. MT.H leld on May 5 and 6. adopted a declaration "favorGlen C. Sti >ng, W. T. Prici DailCe Will Launch nation sitive i %  position on the question of West Germany's place } !AI U U' T\ • mid." This speculation must be termed at leas; | hi, Citj Products Corp.; liar-UemherSnip Drive >n? There is a good chance that the Jewish Morning Journal J appear again. D. Meckler, able editor of the newspaper. [succeeded in organizing a group of prominent men who prepared to put up $150,000 to revive the pspar. A. B. le and Harris Selig are to head the new board. During his to this country Ben Gurion spent e profitable evening at lea's home, where over a million dollars of Israsl bonds sold. The host purchased $500,000 worth of bonds and Israel a loan of S2S0.000. Selig is reputed for the valuservices he has been rendering on behalf of orthodox ^ry and its causes. Asociated with the group seeking to e the paper are Benjamin Glazer, prominent public relacounsel, and I. Bunim. noted orthodox leader. Sine? its lg hundreds of letters have reached the Morning Journal teching its reappearance. HDS just received the first issue of the Zionist Quarterly and kn't resist noting that Harold Manson, editor, merits highest fiendation for fine workmanship. The new publication dea rating of excellent both for its content and appearance, a long-felt void. ON ISRAEL :e Progressive Zionists in Israel may soon launch their own They are said to feel that they can no longer depend on etz, which is veering toward the General Zionists. Hadassah, % n. may be interested in the project. O.P.S. Pi i • Exi South Florida District, and Eugi ne M in C liel of ConTh m h the sumer (I ids !,: i hs, O.P.S. extensive I. i South Florida Disl drh The ability of the Air F to deliver the required blood in. a matter of houi .; ive the young dying Jewish son of a i< : a 50-50 chance for viva', the emergency ti 1 ment. IIMIIIS Hijack % slnr lloeff W YORK IAJP)— The hiof a 13,000-pound carof kosher beef valued at than $10,000 here late this i by three armed bandits and drove off. |seen by police as an indicathat a black market may here, official of the Kosher (hers' Association, Inc., ed the existence of a black ket to an American Jewish I irter two weeks ago. d some kosher butch[were experiencing "a feelof overpayment on the I end" in the wake of ly-imposed Office of Price f tion ceilings.) bandits also stole the It-ton truck in which the was being transported and lapped the driver after [satcning to kill him. They reed him in a secluded suburL ng Island community p later The truck was not pvered. F>e of the first of its type in % York in several years, the piking occurred in late afteras the truck driver, Hyman bush, 35, prepared to deliver meat to retail outlets. pay sedan pulled up bethe truck at a red light and two armed men boarded the truck warning, "Be quiet or we'll kill you." 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    09. 1951 I-Rjng Rites Unite Anna Abrams, ?n Kessler, Gables Organist ^JeHlstfhrMjan Morris A Skop and Cantor w 9.L S r the dau 6hter of Mr. W. 26th Lane, and the bridegown was of we£ wefffiS 2 M 0irthe d W Ch ? r,CS G dslein ,ble-ring ceremony united in marriage Miss Anna Merle £ ,u a double-ring ceremontr!^ Cou ?V: y nd Stephen F. Kessler on June 17 at Beth David svna' Dr Jac b Kaplan ceromon y performed by med'wtth s ,nH, e n" Sh Ulder necklinp •" Wn> her ful L K S embroidered scallops, and ner full-length circular bouffant skirt decend. ed from a fitted bodice. The bodice was dec orated with iridescent sequins centered in in" P iques of white satin blossoms Sequin1 dor. !" her skirt from waistline te hemlmo A circular, shoulder-length silk illusion veil was fastened to her headband of matchook with white orchid tianotis sprays. Her ivory has banded with seed jShe wore a cathedral [train with four-tiered illusion veil attached satin cloche. Her long were also embroidered i pearls. of honor was Mrs. Hertford of Jamaica Estates, pho is Mr. Kessler's siswore a gown of pale jroidered net, halo headIpink illusion, and carried Bd iris corsage. [Carol Abrams, junior ^aid, wore a lavender emed organdy dress with is. carried a nosegay of lowers, and wore spring in her hair. lAbiams of Athens, Ga.. of the bride, was best Ushers were Herman Bre|id Burton Harrison of and A. J. Kahn and MarIhn of Sebring. Jwing the ceremony, a rewas held in the synaand a family buffet suppas held that evening at tme of the bride's parents, couple will honeymoon th Florida, Georgia, North pi a and New York for five new Mrs. Kessler was %  ted from the University where she was a memDi Ita Phi Epsilon. She Dmpleted a course in Medichnology at Jackson MeHospital, and is registered the American Society of |al Pathologists. bridegroom was graduated Brooklyn college with an in music, and from %  University of Miami Law lol, cum laude. He was an |r of the U-M Law Qua. appellate court justice, and I f Nu Beta Epsilon law fcinity and ODK national Jrary leadership organization. iras also organist and choir er at Coral Gables Jewish Imunity Center. double 7-jr Mrs. Stephen Kessler Eleanor Zinner Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zinner, |2239 S.W. 10th Street, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Eleanor, to Pvt. Marvin H. Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian, 1690 S.W. 1st Avenue. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami High School, where she was a member of Tau Alpha Omega and the National Forensic League. Pvt. Robbins, also an alumnus of Miami High School, attended the Universities of Miami and Florida. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and is now stationed at Camp Rucker, I Ala., where he is a dental technician with a medical detachment. The wedding will take place in | December. Mrs. Roy Robert Schechter. the bride's E, was mi ;t r "n of honor. She carried a basket of pir.k shasta daisies ar.d wore a lallenna-length gown of pink-grav silk organza with fitted bodice, bouffant' overskirt and short sleeves. Serving as best man was the bridegroom's brother. Burton B. Goldstein. Ushers were v v R S(hl -' lh "' r : Chester Ross of Harrison. IVY., the bridegroom's brother-in-law; Robert Bronner of Miami and Sam A. Massell of Atlanta. The bride's mother was attired in an orchid pink satin gown, empire style and ballerina length and wore a corsage of purple orchids. Mrs. Goldstein, the bridegroom's mother, wore an ankle-length gown of mauve lace ard also carried an orchid corsage. Following a reception at the club, the couple left on a Canadian honeymoon. After July 15, they will be at home at 230 N.E. 54th St. The new Mrs. Goldstein attended Cushman School in Miami, St. Patrick's in Miami Beach and Grinnell College in Iowa. Her husband attended Druid Hill High school, Atlanta, and Cornell University. 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    r, JUNE 29, 1951 or Bar Mitzvah For Saturday Lee Tambor, son of and Mrs. Jacob Tambor, |ecome bar Mitzvah on J;i\ June 30, at 9 a.m. at Cation Beth El. lyoung man is a graduate Miami Hebrew High Wilton Lee Tambor b\ and is a ninth grade stuat Shenandoah Junior m School. He will chant the hires service and address the legation. 1A Kiddush reception will nv the services and the Tam[ will honor their son at a ption at their home Sunday froon. he maternal grandparents, land Mis. Louis Abramsky of York City, are expected the event. [Betrothal of Miss Aileen faldbaum Jo Gerald Taub, fcn of the Joseph Taubs of Nterson. N. J., has been disposed by her parents, Mr. and Irs. George Waldbaum. 2375 [ W. 26th Lane. The brideMet was graduated from MiTni High School and is now student nurse in Barnet Memorial Hospital, Paterson. Mr. pub. a native of Paterson. atpr.ded schools thtere and is ow enrolled at Rutgers Uni"sity. Eli Argintars Wed At Temple Israel Sundav FollowinR a honeymoo*n through the state of Florid and Mrs. Eli N. Argjnter'wili live m Miami Beach. Tim, marriage took place at 5 ., fc"** %  Tempi, tsraei m witn Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating at the d nnK ceremony. Rahh? b 52S L S J he formei Garcia I i. .' :,i, -" lltt -'of Mrs. Sam Sable 1132 Euclid ASM,,,, ,\ ami Beach. She was given in marriage by h, r unrll „ Roth Mr. Argintar's p are Mr. and Mrs. 0 :iU r 74 S. W. 28th Road, The bride was attired in a bailer na-length dress ol white Chantilly lac,, and nylon tulle trimmed with seed pearls and rninestones, with an uneven hemline edged in ruching. she wore a dutch cap of lace and nylon tulle veil, and earned a white lace fan with white orchids. Mrs Martin J. Spilka was her cousins matron of honor. She wore a royal blue lace ballerina length dress. Miss Bette Ann Brown was maid of honor, wearing a light blue lace ballerina length dress, and Mrs. Hyman Merlin, sister of the groom', and sorority sister of the bride, was bridesmatron in a lime lace and tulle gown. Natalie Spilka, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, and Miss Connie Lipchinskv kept the bride's book. Oscar Argintar was best man for his son, and ushers were Martin J. Spilka. cousin of the bride, and Dr. Hyman Merlin, brother-in-law of the groom. At the buffet supper which followed the ceremony in Kaplan Hall the bride's mother received guests in a pink mauve taffeta shantung dress, trimmed in lace, and the groom's mother wore peacock blue lace. I For her going away outfit. Mrs. I Argintar changed to a rose shan— Young Adult* EIMt L'Hl'rs Esther Branson has been elcit| ed president of the Young Adult [ League of the Miami Jewish I Community Center, Other officers include Elene Futerfas, vice president: Irwin Krueger, treasurer; Gloria Jenkins, recording secretary; Evelyn Pollack, Marilyn Dachslager and Aileen Tameroff, corresponding | secretaries. Next general meeting of the group will be held Monday, July 2, at 8:30 p. m„ ;it the renter. A film entitled "Due Process of Law" will be shown. Guest speaker will be Dan Hoffmi n sistant director of the K Regional Office of the AntiDefamation League. Dancing will follow. me reati d In i .-(.in,..mthey should U^i^t/kridnar PAGE 9 A Mrs. Eli'N. Argintar tung suit, with white accessories. Mrs. Argintar was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended Florida State University, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and 's now a member of Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women. Mr. Argintar was graduated from Miami Senior High School and is engaged in business with his father. REV. 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AARON ALLAN GREENSTEIN, 1437 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, XA irork, are required to serve a cop> nf youi Answer t* the Bill of Complaint for divorce on plaintiffs attorney, il. MK iLD SHAPIRO, KI'T Lln1 : ad, M ami Beach, Florida, an. I rile the original in the office of HeCli rk ..r I lii.('..im on o 19.11. otherwise a De. i i %  -.. t'onfesso .\.; : i,e entered I 'at. .1 .Inn. 2, 19.11, i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk :> K II RICE, .II: 11. puty !'! %  I k HAIKU. 11 SHAPIRO %  i.ln I;...in U i:. a.'). Florida i LEGAL NOTICE Shochet on Premises Tuts, Wed. & Thais, 'til Noon GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami Phone 2-7808 8c 9-1939 We Will Appreciate Your Patronage! For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need lei us help you as we have •*one for other gratefu' families *** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mexianine Floor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, rtoi % %  .• %  to ',",-'.'.'.' %  "'.,; 11 1 "'' ""• fictitious %  '...}\.."M.*-:I.I-:I: I.H.U ORH WES1 II.AI;I.I:I: LIQUOR STORK I Weal Klaulei Ktreet, Miami. Morida, intend t.. reiriater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit i ol Dade County, Pit IRVINO ARN" ,D A I. LEVINE Aa Sole (i AMOS BENJAMIN for In mA. n. I.l \\ Levlne R 29 7/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY tJIVEN -hai the nial. r.-ii;ii. il, (I, nil-ins .-' %  In buaini >. under Ihi rictltio nami of APEX BUSINESS CARIW N. II uii street, Miami. Fla Int< nd ti reKlHter wild nan • i> 'li the i 'lei k %  .I the circuit Court "f Dade County I lorlda I 'Will .MA :• ,MARX I A BER I Attonuo f .r A. ...Meant 412 ConRreiM BldR. i 6-13-2(1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 14202T ORDER OF PUBLICATION A LI Kl-:i %  C. P. HUGHES, Plalnl ff GTHEL MAY HUGHES, Defendant TO ETHEL MAY HUOHES 90 leinleiuli Avenue .Mannerly NottinRham, England You are hereby notified thai .. Blfl ..f Complaint for Divorce has been filed aRalnat you, and you are herebi reouired t<. aerve a copy ..f % %  | n Answer ti, the Bill of Comiilaint on plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on "r before. the 2C day of July, 19.M. Otheri\ ise the allegation! of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 25 day "f June. 1951. E. I'.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk ..f Circuit Court By It. H. RICE. JR., 1 "entity Clerk. GEORGE .1. TALIANOPP Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road .Miami Beach, Florida 6 29 T 6-13-20 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that l.\ virtue of Chanter 878 of F i statutes Annotated (1841), Ware, housemen an.I Warehouse Receipts, wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND WAREHi lUSE CO., a Florida coi tion. by virtu.i.r its warehouse en, has iii its possession the followlna described personal property: Used Desk Chair Bllnda Typist Stand the in. p.i i \ ..I c'. Olsen, Ti • %  ; X 79th Street, Ml tml, l 'ade i' E. iI.I thai on the 13th May of Jul: durlnR tinlegal hours of sale, i .II 11:110 forenoon and 2:0e In the afternoon, at the front door nf A (J TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO., 2049 North .Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersbened shi for sale to the highest bidder foi n hand the above described i property as the property between 11:00 forenoon and "" In the i, al the front door ..f A p. TR \\.-l'i:i: AND WAREHOU8I 2049 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla., the undersigned shall offel foi %  the hlghe i b ddi i foi in hand, the above descrll -, nal property as the r ts ol tinsaid Ussery, 27S0 Coral Way, Ml urn. l'.oi. Counts'. Florida DATED at Miami I:, .oh. [ this the 88th das of June. 1951, A O TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE co. 6/29 7/6



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    "T JUNE 29, 1951 [LEGAL NOTICE SALE OF BUSINESS -. 'is HEREBY GIVES' that E'A\MAN nan, of the B, h P.. A II 1951, 8'd the busl 2Z VMKKKAN I>RY DOCK gtVAGE COMPANY that he fr,,ndii.tl"K at No. 151 North%  l *_,,„ ML. .,, I,,I.. Kiver Drive. Miami. Dade "Fiorina. to WILBtfe C. m IK Who wlU rontinue the IneHH .il 'he same address; BONWAX.MAN will not be for any and all debt* inthe AMERICAN DRY l\n SALVAOE COMPANY It, of wild sale. \V\XMAN. has the authorIniand. rerelve and settle for ,-laims, and obligations due L,-IU... %  : and he will pay i.n kf Invoice* r other notices, ulillgatlons owing by the (oN WAX'MAN on account business up to and InLEGAL NOTICE Hid %  he 4th day of June. A. D.. SIMON WAXMA.N. I, BLOOMBERG for American Dry Dock Company Id Building Florida "/6 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND fDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO 141703 JER OF PUBLICATION ANN MARTIN, Plaintiff. MARTIN, Defendant. [LVIN MARTIN Eh Carolina Avenue. S. E. Won. II. C. IARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lill for Divorce has been filed Ij.iu and you are required to Trnpv of your Answer on the f attorney, and file the origllh>office of the Clerk of the [Court on or before the 11th July. ItSl, in default of which of Complaint will be taken ted against you. this 11th day of June. 1951. E. B. I.KATHKRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Coutt j TALIANOPP foi Plaintiff irnln Road Rai h, Kl..rida. E ; | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 141002 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MIRIAM SEIDMAN, Plaintiff BERNARD SEIDMAN, Defendant TO: BERNARD .SEIDMAN 417 HrlKhtwater Court Hrooklyn, New York. You are required to nerve a conv of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint upon Plaintiffs attorney Mil R2M "• MANNHKiMF.n 0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County. Florida, on or before the 5th day of July. A. D., 19.-.1; otherwise said Hill win be taken as contested by you. Dated: this Sth day of June A D 1931. E. B. WEATHERMAN, (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Caort By R. H. RICE, Jit 6/8-15-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE •ORFLORIDA ii! B :£ ,A h.cmcu V 7 P U BUCAT 'ON •*• %  Plaintiff IDA -N CHASY FL0R: rA NOTICi BY 'AY KLAPHOl vs. ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that gni d, d< airing to engage ler the fictitious name II.YI.E MANORS it 7881 and Irlyle Avi nui. Miami Bea< h. Intend lo register said name i the Circuit Court of r i Ida. BENJAMIN MANN DAVID SILVERMAN IK J, TALIANOFP by for Applicants. %  I flCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  (• %  siring t- engage ess under the fictitious name VISTA CLEANERS at MOs % % % %  A • Miami, Florida, inild name with the the Circuit Court of Dade I MARGIE T. MEDINA Bole owner, MS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 14160J ORDER OF PUBLICATION MARION RAPPAPORT. Plaintiff. vs NATHAN RAPPAPORT, Defendant TO NATHAN RAPPAPORT Clinton Prison P. O. Box B Danwmora, 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 BUI of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, und file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before the 5th day of July, 1951, otherwise, the a.'legations of said Bill of Complaint v 111 be taken as confessed against you. Dated this flth day of June. 1951 E. B. LEATHERMAX, (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court. By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk, '.eorge J. Talianoff Attorney for Plaintiff l-'" Lincoln Road Miami Beaoh, Florida. 6/S-I5-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious • tmi %  >f "CATHY and CO.," not Incorporated!, .it .':"•; Chamber "f Coi Building. Miami. Florida, Intend to register laid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. J. J. FRIEDE (sole wner) KA8S, FULLER ft CULBREATH Attorney for CATHY and CO 6 16-21-29 7 S DATED June it, iir,i %  B. LEATHBRMAN. LEGAL NOTICE THE EVEf. r L0RiDA PAGE7B C N OU A N N T D Y FdR BXb E •N CHANCERY No 141778 —Wexford T. LEGAL NOTICE f Circuit Court Beal) By R. n HAROLD BHAPIRO Plaintiff's W1 Lincoln Road Bern h, Florida 1 %  • % %  ]: RICE. ,;,r k th '% %  Dri ve Mian T Hear N h r p,,;' ?SSTJ?* KA8TAN ANNIE MCOB8TEIN AMOs BENJAMIN wn,r i the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under th-%  of MIAMI BASKET < 1st stre-t. Miami. Florida, intend to of the Circuit Cum of I>rne> for Applli ants 120 Lincoln !: d %  : Beach, PI rlda B 22-28 ; 6-11 r '"befo e"tiu ; the ..... ne erein w.„ of 'omplainl taken l da) l:ith Hill !,. %  No 143052 HELEN MARJORIE GILBERT, Tt iiii'i i-„ ,, ''I'-ril I • "/ sffiu"k ARJ0R E ,LBI 1 li I • i| Del '..: %  Eden, Ken York ','.' ; '"V %  %  % %  ••il that nt foi Divorce has >-ou. and rou are rio of >'oui Anawe „:"',-;,:;''" Bill of Comnfaln T >N K 'v' f ~ ,. A ;'" M V,AY BUR. ,'';, %  • V Unjoin Road, Miami %  -" H I. and file the i i Answer oi Pleading in th. lerk of th •V of June. "iSS"* """^ hte ,h :V ; ,; U '^-' L '" P'^'ng'nth, %  ^^ATHERMAN. o^tte ItJfdS^^S Seal) Deputy Clerk. ,'!'" r "l demanded in the l'.ili of Plaintiff JftRMAN ,:. LT0Na JJ Oympia Bids Miami, Piorldt Attorm %  '• 15-22 21 : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS that engage Florida Kl.l.ls ALAN KRUSE 8TANLCT KRU8E %  '' %  %  M'l CYPBN Attorney <..• %  Ownei J;'. 1 Lincoln I Miami Beach, Florids „ JJ.JJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. „, NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN • undersigned, desiring to CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORPDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 141600 riCE OF PUBLICATION JANE S1LVERMAN, Plaintiff, BILVERMAN, Pendant. PRED .i BILVERMAN wth 51st Streel phla, Penni ylvai IRE HERBY NOTIFIED that for Annulment filed against you, and you i %  i ii vi a copy lo the Bill of ComHARRY Road, Miami anil file the • • dfl %  ol the Clerk of n oi ithei : r %  .. ied ).-. you '• li day ..f June, 1951 R LEATHBRMAN, il— k of the ( i >rida. li RICE, .lit.. niETz, BBO Deputy Cl6rit It. Id 1 h, f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring < %  • in bualnesi under the fictitious name of Miami w.-tiM. r Company, at 221 N W, ."..sth Court, Miami, Fl.. Intends to register aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT .S BORST, Sole Owner. I R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicant 41<"ongress Building C'15-22-!9 "' IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RE ESTATE OF JOSEPH ''Hi UNACK1 •• ised NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \.. ncE ti. d a Kxi 11 rl x %  iplj to thi H W K iunt) : 'i. %  County, ] • | and 1 utrix of tl i 'hojnai ki, deceased This 20th d t\ of Jut SOPHIA .'li< UNACKI B AM'>S BENJ V.MIN Attorn. • Chojn II 8-13 that engage Complaint. This notli e hall lie published oi • • i week for four i onsei utlve wi In THE JEWISH PT,ORIDIAN AND ORDERED at M am Mtb da> of June. A.U. Florida, ]'•:, I this K B. LEATHERVAN. 1 Ircul Clerk, Circuit Couri i ourt Beal) Dude Co >ntv Plor i i By M.C. EF.ICK JAY BURTON K'KV, L i """ Attorney for Plaintiff 111 Lincoln Coot Miami Beach, Florida %  ; 29 1 G SAM GOLDMAN MICHAEL M ST !^Nn^ DMAN %  I I I : 1 icayn. Blvd ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewish Floridicm oTour legal notice*. appreciate your onogo and rjnqmn accurale senrlc. at [•* %  Phono 2-1141 M servic*. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIBCI'IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT. IN' AND FOR DADE I'lU'MT, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No 141538 BOU1HEABTERN NATURAL GAS • %  i iRi'iu:.. ih IN, PI ilntlff, v.1 l> PENNINGTON and 8ALLIE PENNINGTON, his wll i >efend ints, TO: 1 l> PENNINGTON and BALLIE PENNINGTON, his wife: \\ F PESNINQTON and HELEN L PENNINGTON, his if... HELEN HENRICKSON and, If mai I I er unknown spou if .Iid. all unknov rat parties timing %  •: %  igaln -• either of t la:>l who k • .. II to be %  ;....I or alive; an i all persona or parties otl ha vlng "i' %  Is Imlng any right i and t.i the following -!Ibed pi to-wll: Lot • I. Bl N !; I, of OR VNDV1EW PARK, i Bubdh Islon, to • he Plat thei >f, i P u B, ok ". page 58, of the P'lb11 Ri irdi of l 'ade I' Ida. I ARE HEREBY N thai suit lo quli : ed propi ny ha %  bei igalnat i >. i In the abi >\ %  use i :. i you are hen ilred to MM a a i opy "i ) Pleading-* to the Bill of Con i.n the Plaintiffs itto P Sill er, Abd .v \i II 104 Ins Building, Miami. Florid .. and file the oiiginui of auch Answer or Pli id Inga with the i llerk of the C Court on or before the Itta day of July, A. D. 1911: otherwise, i I '•• i'.•• %  Pro Confesso will be entered against you This notice shnll be published one' each eek fur f>ur consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DATED this 4th day of June. A. D, MIL E D I.E ATHEISM \N. Ctei h of Cln irll C mm and f<>Dad, County, Florida. (Circuit Court Beal) By \\M W STOCKING, 1 leput) i i/i-ts-n-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N ITICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desii Ing to ei In businesn under the I l iu> of BENDIX LAUNDRY al 3S78 N W 17th Avenue, M to : eglst %  r BB :.i the Clei of th.Clrc lit %  Jourl if Dad ty. FloALEX CHERNIN. FOKB8 & FRISHMAN, attorney* for Bendlx La 6 S-1S-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, defirlng to e-iuuiIn buslnesi under the flctitloua name of THE COMFORT SIMP at 8171 V i: 2nd .\\~.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the i lerk .'i the Circuit curt ,,< Did.County, Florid.i. „„ IRVING KELTON •: % % %  < 7 ii-ii-jo NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ena ute In business under the fictit in |>I MIAMI SHORES FIVE AND TEN CENT DEPARTMENT STORE I %  %  N E. 2nd Aven le, Miami shores, Dade I to inty, I-. n Ida gistei said name with I f the Cii lit C Dadi r JOSEPH I iMJELMAN riEORGE .1 TALIANOFF %  %  foi App %  J • : •' 13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN to e lags %  • CINEMA BARBER SHOP at 12H tvenu< Miami Inti nds ti %  i %  i %  %  : Dade C iunt: F nr I I PETER REM1 Owner, SAMI'l'I, RUBIN \. -,,. ... 11-.. %  %  i ; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE 'IR' 'UIT ''' il'R r i >F Tin: ELEVENTH JUIHCIAL CIRi •!-• FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO 141493 .'i .'I iRCIl iNE, IS \ BELLA i 'I'.i "' Ti ISABELLA i >R "• 'NE y %  %  I [I %  %  DATED IN, Dade R w M \\' ST w ;: i.\ S %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ftf. V leJ TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. I4139B SUIT FOR DIVORCE MARION NEWMAN, P MAX VEWMAN n IAN -. | W %  ; %  ..-• • New York. New V V-. .ii,herel -.-:.it a Bill %  l • %  i ir Answi ng to t hi the p CHERTKOK AND KALISH Build| Miai nswi P of the i II luly. 1951. If lefault v for the : : I HM.l IE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN iNE AND IRDI RED H M • lune, A ;' V B LEATHBRMAN rt Dadi I By u M v' 'OTKINfl. %  CHERTKOK AM' K I 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C~ FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 141968 ORDER OF PUBLICATION BERTHA s AULTHOUSE, pla IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN A\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA N LAV No. 25417-D NOTlCc TO AP?E-~ i [ %  0 CHARLES AULTHOUSE tit: Laurel Ivenus Merchantvllle, New Jersey y,. | ordered i • .. i • nsv • for Dlvon • %  n \, ied herewith the orlgl• Floi la. 20th i • II i K B I.EATHERMAN lit courl !,.,,]) PEUIE SAMUEL RAN %  : %  ^^^ PERSONAL I JZ^_ AND I I jfl COMMERCIAL f COVERAGEg BBBSSBV PHONE 9-3836 I It) N.t 2nd T, MIAMI *t.r\-A J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i • gage I roMPANl ,Dade Count! Flo da Intend to r said name with tthe i Jerk it court of Dade i LOUIS BILVERMAN | SILVI RM V.N B \ \1 SILVERMAN it I ALBERT BLEICH MARX M FABER AttJ i: J I %  ; • i s name NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 'iiV EN the undersigned, In liu.-ln. '' u Dade the i ourl f [itAEL SIXiTSKY. MYERS, HEIMAN ft K VPLAN, vn ...,,, i i for Ippllcant, Beybold Building. %  %  %  %  x %  Y AI U I t wll %  I III The description ITH. DADE COUNTY, CITY OP VMI FT.ORIDA, i th ,. .. inonly known a KNOX H %  '"'"• ""' | B LEATHBRMAN, ,-|.' "'1 k NORMAN R Mian Attomao """ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .'E LAW %  %  %  H SHOP I ..21 %  MI %  ; NOT.CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 26137 !•: R. BS t r OF „ %  ised • I % %  esent am claims uh:i •'!, ether estate ol UERSHON AIMS ... Miami. Dade L" ..iii i ti *h'' ion -in • • deunty. BLAN...i,. County, %  •hi rirai publlcati >:i %  will he LOUIS A \ I Last Will ind TestiiHERSHON IU8T, D< i %  DAVID t dg.



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    PAGE 4 A +Jmisi> ncrkkan FRIDAY EDITORIAL DP \vt The agonizing fear of 10,000 Jewish surv:\ in the DP camps in Germany and Austria that they might be barred forever from new lil the United States, was ended this week by Congressional action to extend the DP act until end of the year. Extension of the DP Act deadline from June 30 to December 31 paves the way for the ad> mission here of some 60,000 European DP's of all faiths whose chance to obtain visas would otherwise have lapsed. Should they all enter, the original intention of the DP Act of 1348 to admit 341,000 DP's, outside of the regular quote, will have been fulfilled. This is extremely welcome news to the American Jewish community, which was concerned that many of Hitler's victims would be effectively prevented from entering the country by the June 30 deadline. Long ago. American Jewry had pledged to provide a home and a haven for every single Jewish survivor who wished to wipe "out the horrors of the past on the basis of a new beginning en our shores. We can now fullv honor that pledge. For a long time, it should be remembered, the DPs lived in a fog of doubt. Arthur Greenleigh executive director of United Service for NewAmericans, major immigration and resettlement agency here ior Jewish survivors repeatedly warned of a serious lag in overseas clearance of DP's of all faiths. Greenleigh, who :s also chainnan of the Advisory Committee to the U. S. Displaced Persons Commission found it necessary to go to Europe several times within the las't year for the specific purpose of speeding immigration under the provisions of the DP Act. In interviews speeches and meetings throughout the country he alerted all to the danger that faulty overseas processing of DP's seriously hampered the express will of the American people toprovide a permane nt home for 341,000 survivors. Barnett's, Inc., Not Linked To Other Firms • %  %  ." %  tion on .... 14 N I. | %  %  w : -' n A-. nue unded >-Vr< iful Wr„ iails Press reports Bay : -. ha varian Parliament tc pass la "schecitah" on the ground ^ JMJ ity. Coming from Fe0 p! e who ffl yuui slaughtering constitutes a "Wsjj UNCLE SAM. KEEP HIM OUT! While we hail the extension of the DP Act as a noble expression of America's humanitarianism, we must also see to it that all measures are taken overseas to guarantee that every DP who wishes to live with us is permitted to do so. At the same time, we must support the campaigns for the United Jewish Appeal, whose funds make the work of United Service possible. Meanwhile, the American Jewish communities, which have done such a magnificent job in resettlement and integration, should keep the Welcome Mat'' rolled out fcr the new newcomers. Ex-Champ Launches Anti-Dope Crusade NEW Vi .RK CITY (AJP) K0 : m in I 4un %  : I %  ; liction crimes against humanity fe h lution betrays an attitude ujg he grasp of reason and undentm,/ rests a deprav.ty tha, i s cs ^31 contagious. in curabie J Cynically enough it was the %* J within the council that sp= irS? piooed this bit of "humamia^J"' h^ W makin9 ,, T heSe Werner build a new world and a new 1ft „ en the principles cf Marxism, were silent when Hitler and Germany the ghastly crime of slaying six They shed no tears cf sonow or re Hitler slew the six million. Nor haveT! shown open remorse over Germanvi against humanity. We know of no can, a German city council has voted a spurring the central government to mr atonement for the crimes Germany eg against humanity and against the Jewi However, the true motive of the soj Socialist humanitarians was disclosed in ai nakedness and ugliness by the Catholic I sentation within the council. The Catholici cilmen openly charged that the — lij med from hostility to Jews, that its crip* in anti-Semitism and that it was of purelyl criminatory purpose and design. This is oi answerable argument. But even more gictyj was the declaration by the group that it opn the resolution because it wanted to imprest German people with the feeling that Cola have no desire to curtail the freedom a Jewish faith and its practices. If this n mere political ballyhoc, there is at least i ray of hope. Mount Sinai Trustees Will Fete Employees i of Mount Pita] will pli employees and memb. >t a barbecue and twin Sundsy, July i. from 1 to 5 p.m. on the hospital grounds the first time L" ut : %  loyees %  • %  • ther wit es •'•"•'• %  .. social Swimming, dancing, entertainllolIv H O IMI First BTighl Will Mark Opening tiff lt>a
  • B ,!r" pT, ^ RATE ir~ FRED rTsTlOCHET Ed'tor and Publisher <>oltJVii Agera To %  IfalfJ NoHal G :: >; Ag, Friendship Club : %  c mmunity • Crawl ri SWs w \ C ? 'A g 1IK: "~televi8ion A : and iadio interviews and picture-taking will mark the openM •* *Z %  the Miami Beat h Pop • m" •" %  %  :;: ; %  ies to be given bv t .... I %  Miami Symphony around I ppiag a a i on Sunday evening, drink th< air-conditioned perh i DanubeH Beach Auditorium. or selections 1 Jesus Maria Sanroma, pianist, is quick will serve as soloist on Julv IS, on thi public. •• duled to appear duiFivi nt oi the netp ing the series are Lewis and I ce. : i Jean Ryden Hey, violinists. Julv Lend-H 1*1 Summer CaJ 22; Jeffrey Stoll, pianist, Allison Julv 15 L'-M School of M rennell. baritone, and Legion Bu:l Gle. Club. Julv 29: Bela Urban, dl %  '.2 violinist. August 5; Pia Igv. BOCount •• Institute, m August 12: Rene Castelar.'5: H SchooL Augual tenor. August 18; Jean Bedetti. Nati Children's Cari* violoncellist, August 26; and Wil[Home, Harms, pianist, and Frances mezzo-soprano, Septemr, August 18: Jean BedetYi. \. I Schoo: ^ *S agularmem £? ge r mezz -s<>Prano, SeptemAugusl 26: and the wg ber2 G Clearance Cos* t £" Conducting will be John Bitti S r* Cromwell Hotel Sold PIOIMMT HomeArab Registration Set W.UTA T he The Cromwell Hotel, at 20th %  t on the ocean, has been sold to a group of investors from Miami Beach and New York. hili oi nuel Rosenberg, president fund Given < italio* Cit children's bui* Kntcd w *J battles dope haii-man of the i owned and operated a commission. 0I ,he of restaurants, among them the Eva U e Townley. known as "the pride i" an Zaidman vere ly cured Ros val f F flh Avenue -" sen ted u golden book •• 'yui ;;, a r „ Ha / r >" and Frieda Cohen of the I for their support. nt senef of arrest, ^r IK Hotel and untl1 last Mrs. Henry Se.thn. P" >ear the operators of the Doro( the dub. served **£, .,:•: LOUIS ARONOVITZ ">t*i Editor ment and iq u p, Udewalk meetings I to Tt „ jut tH. "•""* """cisnip ana manageThe ex-boxing champ unde w cannot f.^t ni o nt ln La k,.-wood. NJ. ,. .-r-„ .„ •• P• pblTu In u Btn Zlon Ginsburg. Miami JJ^S Israel *fV rrushina t-. • th" c ,""."!. liter, is another innew syndicate. and ment probes." Siy w ar ,n t, P eralo '-s of the Dorof the club, served og comn ^ster Hotel, have had 25 years C the d J "^S • -v ar ^ f ^ tel ownership and manageovfk • %  ? p i 1 f5 : became a ..... .. ssJ "' OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 drug add former president of ni Beach Apartment VOLUME 24 NUMBER 26 FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1951 SIVAN 25. 5711 • S at Guad. ; K s up t 0 tni I teengiven fm H U fc und GSn addict. With the aid ,,f ~. e ral N r.niri.. an addict Wiih'ih. 1 Goldst at the U. S. Hosp.tal ,n nS^^n^'fif"->^ d £ and Lexington ky: nJwevel'T'wa's tS^SWjSSSS! hS, %  ndulge in narcotics. :ne dinner c^JJ Association, is known in .e$5 a for his many civic and pl rh Bauer. P and holds G n a H rb S -.tz. in a number of and Soph.e K ^ He also was very active in rA communal organizations in Chica |/ %  I rmer home. the ill act as m-nagmg director. He served in newest oceanfroot hsiw tnis capacity for a period of five ami Be..


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    PAGE 6 A Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT MAIL TO FEMALE: News flutters in. as guys and dolls take their pen in hand to prove that absence makes the heart grow fonder Rae Levin polished off her first motor trip with two more cards, one from Randolph Field. Texas, and the other from Mexico She got back home on Jefferson Ave. just In time to entertain her pretty niece from California Blonde Lil Harris, whom all of you remember from her work with hotels and the kennel club, sends in a "Gosh, it's wonderful to be married" letter from Chicago. Bridegroom if Mickey Streller. Lil is keeping house, but also active with the cerebral palsv group Bouncing big news in. also from Chicago, is the divine Fran Gray Peskind, who was the Chicago Sun-Times' Girl Friday to Irv Kucinet, on 'Kup's Column Fran left the newspaper one month back, to await a tiny Fran or mebbe it will be little Dave. In a blaze of glory, the whole staff whipped up a partv. lovingly presented her with a locket bracelet inscribed to "Fran, The Scoop of the Year" She and Dave visit here regularly. From Long Island City. Freddv Walker writes that he and Cookie expect to return soon. Freddv is the onetime top comic and emcee, about to open up a Miami business They d.. Mom,, to dust on the apartment, get Cookie's health checked *velyn Belhn blithely confesses on ., card from Mobile. Alabama. that snes already adopted .. southern li iwl Salutation is: "Hi. yo all— She joined Charlie .,: camp and they're what we al' know—darn happy Fattest letter sailed m ten min | It's from Ewie's sisu Sally, postmarked South Haven, Mich Natch I ,:-.': resist quoting .. hunk .f this because Sally says .,1; I :: rids read this column, and if I tell'em. it'll help h. • the i wound, bne encloses ., sizeable news-club d ; the .pen house her "''•V I; V' S i ^.: KX f os • %  Ulicing her engagement '' Hi ol c %  %  % %  ~ rhe wing-ding took place Jun t hi .,t their %  ^ > ,' v home If y 0 u' d like to waft her ., note, If N Drive, South H.r, r ........ Sept. a ma %  "Ptals, in C s S • n Hotel. Old Mexico is included :1 .' : r : : tour. The bi I -ele I kinda stuffy ?. % % %  ,. • h a sweet gent as Harold) served with the [ ui( > ( %  Guard 'S "' % %  hlttii ; •in the advertising ewould you care to have me note other items lnI 'g—all those bills—? Funny I ut thosethinttr thin. Sg arounci ana bleating ..: j .. fain JOTTINGS +Jm isHhrAMar) n Mayersons To Live In Miami Beach A double-ring candlelight ceremony united in marriage Miss Evelyn Wilde and Don A. Maverson on June 17 at the Lombardy Hotel. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan read the service, which l was followed by a reception and dinner. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilde. 831 South Shore Drive. Miami Beach. The bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Bernard Mayerson. 7712 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach. For her wedding the bride chose a strapless gown of white nylon tulle with Chantilly lace bolero. Her illusion veil fell from Gainesvill, an Dave Guttman and Al Landsman slays the info : -' h High a couple 20-day furl igh • %  ,. flying :; • !t: 'n is l :.; ,.,.-•managei --." %  Abe All D n i trek I will %  paign r the Si iai t on the Countj Hoi A few h .urs fl %  '••.•' First stop ] In Davi fi) I ...: A %  I %  %  n A li' :. ...:: K: I • I 1 B< :• L •'• OS 'OCR •n in* tod t.if r B'; ,d~ ,o i df;" c s j s->j a as rs^Sg; MeX,Co City If&i Mrs. Don Mayerson — .\ HI Studio Dena Lois Radoff X< Miss Dena Lois Radoff became Jh ride of Pfc. Robert : Springs. Colo g n h „, J I ne c 21 ^ 8 p.m. in Oneb bhc. ,m sy:. ig g ie Newark, N i "Louis Levitsky officiated, Jta Dorothy Pi nke ] was V e bri Ie parents, M fe 725 N.W. 33rd ..:; %  %  her in ghe brid. in Miss an, v. is maid ol % %  •" *ter. M R r, r. matroi >w Mrs. Parent M ;!f s E a Jne N'emeth served as bidesmaid. I Robert Rubin. West Orange. y,, v '; ;• ="-n : the .on : Mr and Mrs Marcus Parent N N.J. Samuel Radoff the bride, was tion in the syi % %  Miami. The in Col .•2 7 STORY FIREPP.OOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WAMED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM JJEW YORK OR VICINITY THE MIDDLEWEST AND CAUFOMnA LONG DISTANCE ti a of lilies of the valley and her old-fashioned bouquet was up of white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Suzanne Schorr was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Joyce Weil. Claire Tendier and Barbara Cohen. All attendants wore yellow organdv V\ ilham Alvin was best man. Seating guests were Arthur c !i de J ^-; ^"nard Treister and Sidney Efronson. John StampeJ is was nng bearer. The bride's mother selected a gown of beige lace for the occasion, and the bridegroom's mother wore orange organdv. Both w %  :< %  orchid corsages The former Miss Wilde was High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr Maverson also an alumnus of Miami i Beach High School, was gradu-| ated from the University of Miami Law School. While at 'the Iron Arrow, vice president of Omicron Delta Kappa. Nu Bete Ep-ilon and Zeta Beta Tau Worth % !" *i a redding trip to N • C arolina. the couple will '"8428 Crespi B ,ievari .Miami Beach BARNETT BECKERMAN Since 1927 w th NEW YORK UFE INS. CO. Lifti • Accident • Sicknew S E. 3rd Ave. Miami But. 2 3507: Re,. 53.-. a Mrs. Philip Chaplain Chaplains United In Boston Rites Honeymooning in Europe are Mr. and Mrs Philip K. Chaplain whose marriage took place June 17. The Miami Beach resident and the former Sylvia Fleisher, daughter of the Kolman Fleishers, Boston, were wed in a 6:30 p. m ceremony at the Pine Brook Country Club. Boston. Mr. Chaplain, the son of the late Ira M. Chaplain, Miami Beach, was attended bv his brother. Raymond. Mrs. Chaplain also went North for her stepson's wedding. Ushers were Frank Feldman. Newton, Mass.: Edward Fleisher. brother of the bride: Mark Kravitz. Manchester, Conn.; Dexter Levy. Boston: Fred Barr. cousin 01 the oride, Boston; David Luxner. West Orange. N. J. The bride chose white nvlon tulle with Chantillv lace appliqued trim, a lace bonnet and a three-tiered fingertip veil. Her attendant, Miss Elinor Konowitz, Brookline. wore a gown of multicolored pastel tulle. A reception at the country club followed the ceremony. Mr. Cnaplain received his bachelor's degree from the University of Florida, his mas: from New York University. He is past president of Miami Beach Junior C of C and served in the A my for four years. He now is employed in Boston. His bride was graduated from Cornell University and received her master's degree from Columbia. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and of the AALW. I Mr William .\f. H'MCUJ wa June K at Hi bel ir e Dr. Joseph Nam service and breakfast vhtij i were held at the: Hood Inn. Given in marriage by ke| fath< .:..:, et-length fmkl •wn jd'irned with daisi iling She < ta caisiHL lilies ui the valley. Herd jew eli .'. as a diamond and el itoire liiifl of the bridegroom's parentifcl and Mrs Bernard C. Wt.-ttiih| 1013 V % %  Wav, Miimit— I Mrs. Richard Rir. I from Dallas to serve :s| ', ter's only attendant. Best man for his b:othet*| i law me W, Back. For traveling the former iil Moss donned a gunmeia! m .sheer dress t: mimed with jM land yellow accessoies. I The bride attended MatiBM school ,.nd Highland Mii Junior Cillege. West WH Branch. N. J. The br:dep"Jl attended Atlantic Cuy s*ei and Temple University. served in the Army for %  yearWANTED-A SPONSOS Home Owner's Unit Will Hear Sidewalk Engineer Vance V. Wilson, division engineer on the sidewalk program of the City of Miami, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Home Owner's League, Chapter 1. Southwest Miami, to ? ,-, on Mor day night. July J'iao J',., at „ the Isr aelite Center. 3198 SW 24th Terrace. Hy Morris has been appointed chairman of the program committee, and will arrange fo r a %  speaker at each monthly meet9'7ameJ Summer J\e.iort o/ .Hiamian* in Mil AI.I; %\ WSS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C World Famous Cuisine Amer.can Plan Beginning at S60 Weekly „niinu mv chu* W irltliw M"' 1 "' Mil* %  —•", |h -U I I | June 1st to October 1t Brochure On Rtque •Your Hoiti, Blanche and Sid L?* > DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N X. I.t Are. ^~„ MIAMI S OLDEST FURNITURE HO^SR urdine's Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Mondav: 9:30 to 9 00 Shop bv Phone from : %  Call: 3-1H1 •• <• %  '. — ran*. laMtj no*, l-..kl, 4mm*_ [{ tk 48-2064 MAIL ORDCRS FILLED fNWERSITY TSSHOP Burdine's gelw vou xel for the 4th HOLIDAY AHEAD Holiday ahead ... day for leaving your cares hem and setting forth for fun. 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    PAGE 8 A +Je*1st> Fk>r*ft?n Joyce Shabat Wears Diamond Lavaliere For Wedding To Dr. Harry B. Rimer Wearing a diamond lavaliere which belonged to her greatgrandmother, the late Mrs. Simon (S.ildblatt. Miss Joyce Lee Shabat was wed to Dr. Harry B. Rimer on June 17. Rabbi Leon Kronish ted at the double-ring serv i e .it the Saxony Hotel. A reci ption and dinner followed bride, daughter of Mrs. Di thy Shabat, 720 Wesl 50th Strei Vliami Beach, v given i" e by her uncle, Milton I Ian li Isman, S • wore a gown ol white |U '• %  laci • shioned with fitti whn xtended to point I the and an off%  edged with hand-cli| wers. Her full skit I in a cathi di al I i crown oi ims. S rii i -v. ibli Milton Handelsman, ma: Mono:. woi e to blue net. Othi attendants, Mrs. Arthur R Miss Greta J Miss Nina Nelsi n, %  i • • with matching •• • Tl • • girl, Wendy %  man, was attired in b T! legr 10m, son of the Bi n nin Rimi I i Aliiin Road. Miami B 1) St • i Wasman as Si guests w en Dr \ I E wii R Ed Knob %  Hand' ing a weddii V rk, the newlvweds will livi t 2180 Bay D ive, test nd Mrs. Mill m H. %  %  I %  .: Jo, : • Goldblatt, Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Gordon, Mrs. Florence Walker, Mr, and Mrs Nathan Ta Mrs. Ethel Gillman, Chicag i; Mrs. Tillie Katz, Mi ind Mrs ; ue] Katz, Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. Martin W Atlanta. Sheila Wallman, Leonard Schwartz Wed In Beach Rites In a doubli ny at the Miami Beach Jew munity Centei S turday at 9 Miss Shei I W illman be%  rman le is t ol M W %  lli) .: lian Avenue Beach. FRIDAY PersonallyT^ New vacation arrivals at Duncrrw, N.C., include. Mr. and Mrs. h^a l^l lnn H* Shirley and Joy, and son. RalphM r 7? n and and Mro FWiW c>„„ ; .._ wand Mrs. Al and Mrs. David Provius, Mr. and M and Mrs. Monroe Shreier, Mr. and Mr family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoern.a \ Lou Bistron^ n„J u/iii: ." rnia M 'ss Harrie 43PERCEWTCE/ISE iiSq, Because of Failure to carry proper Fire and Business Interruption Insurance. Don't Dare Try to Guess -v Where, When or How Disaster Will Strike YOUR Bankroll! Sure, there areloU of kinds of insuranoi ',',"> ""'"' r hut %  can do without liul an you Mire you know ul.td.onr, you •uir, Iuilhoulf |fs your none) you'ra paying f,. r insurance and .MIS lose without •nauran e So you certainl) have the right to decide wlmi insurance you'll buy. }'•" < '"->< oolj poliejee to chooM 1 '"" but professional advice about what kinds >>f polii iea and which %  the moal protection under the ipeoal conditions thai • %  vi-r in your personal <> r your busineu affairs. Then you ran evaluate the importance nnd desirability <>f each type of insuranoi on tract. We'll be glad to stud) your policies, without charge or obligation, and report to >cii which are most essential Only through such service can you be sure youi nVirh ioBS arc right. Telephone 82-2611 Merman Insurance Agency, inc. 10fh Floor, Seybold Bldg. Miami 32. Florida Security Connecticut Companies Kanees To Reside In Saskatchewan S "anada, will be the new home of the former Miss • Hutni to Dr. Louis K Sasl .:-. took place :. Juno IT. The ci uple exchanged %  Rabbi Irving Lehr%  I • [hi : : Mr Mrs .1 iseph Hutner, 1345 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach attired in an ice blue she ith gandy ov. with blu wnite hat I in %  | with valley I iort veil and can .ids. Mrs Sylvia Mehler served as •-'•n of honoi in a silk p 1 •' %  %  otnei attendants, Mrs shiri • Hutner and Mrs Julie Hutwore pink and blu.' frocks %  •'•' girl, S.ibut will leave goon to Practice in Saskatchewan she was given in marriage by parents. The bridegroom is n 01 Mr. and Mrs. I. > wart*. 1637 s.w 17th Str. I The bridal gown was of white French lace and net with scalloped lace on the wing collar. Her illusion veil was finished in trench lace and held in place bv a tiara ti mimed in pearls. She %  white i chid atop white bible. ^ ; Honor, Mrs Sunshin,. Hershbein, wore tx i with matching colonial bouquet Bridesmaids. Miss Shirley Smith and Miss Peggy Katz, ap!>.< ared m ice blu lneV Cal ; || tl Best man was J iseph Schafl SI nlej Wallman. '' rs of the bride, seated guests. Mrs. Renee Schaffel was st, Joseph Schreibman. The bride is employed bv Dr. Stanley Sutmck. s ., -tended • • Beach High and the Units of Miami Mi Schwartz was graduated from the Unity ol Miami and now teaches at Central Beach Elementary School. The cuple will live in Miami Beach after a tour of Florida Lou Bistrong and William AdickeT' Pvt. Marvin H. Robbins, son of Mr nn A plan. 169C S.W. 1st Avenue, was home 2 "* H ** and has returned to Camp Rucker Ala k ,en davtJ technician with a medical detachmen' &f Mr. end Mrs. Abraham Werman cf fa Miami Beach, flew to New York Wednesday I "H visi. with their children in Brooklyn While SJ?'* 0 ^ with Rabbi Joseph Waldman a, th e K a Sujj Home from Atlantic City, N.J., where th* fifty-fourth annual convention of the Z^i X^ America are Harold Shapiro. Abraham SodnT??^ man Samuel Sachs. Som Friedman, F ed £ "M L^ Ehiel Lesowoder and Rabbi and Mrs. I. Should m„,K Mil, M RU r bln Qnd fQmily of Sc dale. NY win mother. Mrs. Frances N. Rubin, a, the Nautil^l tK M f ^ MrS ? mUel Aron vitz returned las. weekk the North, where Dr. Aronovi.z attended convent Amencan Medical Association, the American H^ hon and the American Diabetic Association **££{ Mrs. Martin J. Spilka and children, Natalie Paid Martin Jerome, left this week for a vacation with hetbi inflow and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Tucke: ffc3 nu y Haben for Wi ll'am Lance Glick, son ofth-Jta Ghcks. 1600 S.W. 1st Avenue. Apartment 9A, will be Ji. Sunday. July 1, tit 4 p.m. at the home cf his parents. The tot mother is the former Miss Beryle Axlrod. daughter oi Mr. a Mrs. Leo Axlrod of Miami. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Herman Glick of Miami Beach. No invitations have ta issued. Samuel April, student at Rabbi Isaac Elchcnon Yeatot in New York has been vacationing with his parents, Ma and Mrs. Simon April. 1845 S.W. 9th Street. Spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mali Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road, is Miss Bea Shapoff. student: wayne University, Detroit. Mich. Home after a month's visit in the North is Mrs. Frieda Bf paport, 1136 S.W. 5th Street. The Miamian divided ha tM between her daughter and her family in Brooklyn si brother and his family in Pittsburgh and Cleveland. Mrt If paport went to New York primarily to see her grandson, Mo H. Berger, 23, before he reported for duty as a sec:r.d lie* ant in the medical corps at Fort Sam Houston, Texcs. Bete entering the service. Mark, who is a graduate of Broofcn Polytechnic Institute and Harvard Law School, was admi*i %  to the New York Bar. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz. 2732 S. W. 3rd Avenue, left M* day for an extended visit with their son in Wheeling, W. Va. and their daughter in Chicago. Enroute to Miami, they I stop in Pittsburgh. McKeesport and Braddock, Pa., for "* with friends and relatives. The Miamians expect toxenm* See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 4-9981 M INSL R *NCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln a Co. 907 Bucayne Bldg. '9 W. Flagler St. University of Miami BEACH TOP' CONCERTS John Bitter. Music Director HOX OR III I \OW OPE* MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Daily Sat. 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. Soloists Guest Conductors Save 10 -Buy Sub. Books TELEPHONE 87-4960 + end of August. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin recently returned from a lMjf hip to New York, where they attended the weddinq ol 5>irkins brother. Leon. June 16 at the Sherry Netherlands r Harry and Alex Sirkin also attended, as well as Dr. ord Nelson Zizitz. The Harry Sirkins sailed for Europe W June 22. aboard the Queen Elizabeth. They will makecWI and a half month tour of the continent and Israel before turning to Miami. TITLE INSURANCE A definite insurance contract ir.stesd of an OPINION as to the condition of title inn*. %  C ? RA L GABLES MIAMI 100 Miracle Mile — 83-4654 Langford Building Phone 48-2194 Known For .lO.XESVS CANDLE LIGHT KI*TAI K** 1 id Serred i a D there Full Course Dinners from SI.20 Up 3131 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Miami 33. FH



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    JUNE 29, 1951 +Je*i rls wil1 compete than 50 prizes in the rourth of July celebraKstaged by the Miami i Flamingo Park on ay starting at 10 a. m. and other events will be youngsters in classificaUing f'om 6-8 years up years, Maurice (Doc) imittee chairman, said. PAGE 6 A Miamians Named To Young Judaea Posts Miss Louise Morgen of Miami i Beach was elected vice president of District 3. Southern Young Judaea region, recently at the I group's annual summer camp convention at Camp Blue star. Hendersonville, N.C. Committee chairmen to assist %  in the n|ji-ratiiin of the sev Southern region include .: Bi ach i will be in chai • ii p oducts, and Ruth Clein, education. Ruth Clein and Louise M of tl .'. i an i hapter h were di [in ir southern d< Atlanta team. M : B i ol Miami Bi ach I ist the boys' ping pong Atlanta entrant. Lou Gold, of the Delano Hotel's Zodiac Lounq'a, adds another Localities who helped with the nint nf hinnH tr, v>o %  .'. wi„.) k,_i %  -i TN i convention were Miriam Scheinpint of blood to the areas blood bank wmle Delano qeneral man„. h and Elaine If'jC 1 i A Goldberg stands by. The Mount Sinai mobile Sachs ol Miami, president of the blood bank, under the sponsorship of the Hotel Gresters Jr. Hadassah region. His Esloe. manager of the ciana Hotel, iiiami Beach, -been named local director t "See America First" proestablished by the Hotel iters of America, anrtunpaul Gard. president of the na) group's Tropical Chap.3 o! Miami bcording to Esloe, 25 hotel fciations have adopted simJresolutions, seeking the eolation of organizations, agfcs. department' stores and [general public to use the slogan on letterheads, ad|isir.g and other prorr.uol material. ISTIPATION GONE:ELS WONDERFUL Has constipated for years with Jelit-f in sight. Then I began eat|AI.I.l!UAN every day. Now regular...feel Iderful... thanks Billion!" AbrakS./elmiin,2805 Meld Kd., Far kaway, N. Y. of many unsoletlers irom L-HltAN u.ers. may be your per to constipation due to lack dietary bulk. Kat an ounce put i j cup' of crispy Kellogg's I -ItKA.N daily, drink plenty of L er. I f not satisfied after 10 day9, empty box to Kellogg's, le Creek, Mich. Get DOUBLB |JK MONtV BACKl Tune in 'Jewish Forum On The Air" Ration: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 11-12 A.M. )irected and Announced by Zionist Ditttriet Hvars Itvli'ijnl r Daniel Cravit, Coral Gables delegate to the Zionist Organization of America convention, addressed a meeting of the Israel Zionist District on June 20. At the meeting members of the district bade farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Liebman, who left for Israel. Dr. Louis Lytton, district president, announced the appointment of Alex Van Straaten and Fred Jonas as chairmen of the group's membership committee S. .1. Frecdman HEBREW BOOK. STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C'-IED "I21D Telephone 5-9017 %  BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER COLLECT MATCHEV StTS of 68 O K 12 ron luxunv DINING -NO BOTTLE RETURNS NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE "BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY HEAVY DUTY GLASS SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE IT'S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM A SHAKER FOR COCKTAILS, M A L T E D S CHOCOLATE MILK. USE PLASTIC COVER AS A COASTER. A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG, COOL SUMMER DRINKS. A HANDY MIXER IN COOKING AND BAKING-TO STORE LEFTOVERS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR. ^^ % ^ „ CATC IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY TR Y THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN^" "Mg „ BUmR COTTAGE CHEESE ^ 0 ** !" d stores and Supermarkets Simon Seiden r^TiTiMtli St. Phone 82-4731 Miami OfeelJ^-*2 WI,SI



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    PAGE 2 A +Jenist> Fk>r3dlian Cantor Malek Wins Music Scholarship Cantor Ji seph W. Malek i i C ral Gables Jewish Ci has won a n ip t i indi is Insl I rim An Sanl Su Cal. Th( • the :; begin his July lii : will stu • • even %  Dr. Shlomo Bardin, ex iti\ lirecl tated tha t< I ires in Jewn %  ..* ill study at the inI Wall with his pa ents al 1622 MichiAvi Miami Beach, is als i li< ach atti rni y, He has sung ...a mi i thi Canl ir's Ass iciati i i rus. Newly elected officers of lhe 1.200-memb.r Miami Beach Chapter of the University of Miami Alumni Association are 1. to r.J Nat Ratner. piosident; Sid Josepher. vice president; Shirley Gerstein secretary; and Marshall Langer, treasurer The Miami Beac.n Chapter is the only University of Miami municipal alumni group in Daae County and is open to any former university sluoent who resides in Mian. Beach. Basic Hebrew Course Opens Monday Sight Local NYU Alumni Unit To Attend Baseball Game Following a summei poli t>u ini A ah %  • vents, the NYU Alumni ; Kr.'up in Miami will attend the %  ball came June 30. at 8 p. in. at the Miami Stadium, according to Beulah Godwin. Members and guests of the! club will have theii own cheer' tion for which tickets may lined at the reservation window at the stadium. The group will then meet for a p. st-game snack. Shown preparing for the Miami Beach *. Americanism rally ,o be held at Flamingo Park JZT* mng. July 4. are: ,1. to r.J Samuel W. Sh ap J 0 Dr l ^ Beach B'nai BTiih Lodge, sponsors of the event 2 ^ chairman of the lodge's committed on Atr"rie?^ rtil1 affairs, and general chairman of the "llv Z*r "*>*— co-chairman. Hon. Claude Pepper will b orin i ,"*"* Patriotic music will be furnished by .. A £ 'S*** Musicians Concert Bard. The Miami Ech Sw ^ ordinated with the Dade County comrr^.V. 1 B of July 4. of whichCol. MitcMl WoTcn" cLLt? H • : nun nt in '. : i • ict I Of Jl W < haiming |||.; M | S %  iii:in'rriH I nil P. E A A f elecI to ofl >' %  Cultei %  S .;:: Dr. P •' ID. D. at : Stuart Loi S. D. R Pa k Bandel To Speak I. u • Bandel, Miami city comat the n thi Miami Y Zion%  Ma at • Miami Ji wish C • Ci nr Safer, Surer Cots Costs in Ho//? NYLON TENT PROCESS sis Gu I nning is of Opens Law Offices v: % %  % %  S. Macl • •. .unces foi the %  %  • t2 ;. 211. r :. Of the 1 %  %  %  mty Civil Defi itincil; member of the Hous' %  '•• City of Miami : % %  : !"-vce president of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith listed in "Who's Who in the South and Southwest, program ector of the Prof, sional EnBmeerang Association of South' asl Florida. DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT •27 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Now Available SIS Weekly As Mothers' Helpers Nurse Maids & Light Duties %  ww'ywp .~ !" • %  ..., of the INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK Leonard L. Abess, President 46 W. Flagler St. c PP c our t Ho USe Miami Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C., up to $10,000.00. LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH CORONET Q-ilUnction Exclusive Caterers for the h Athletic' Club. 6820 Indian Creek Dri\ %  %  / I %  for Banqui I ... | tai :• %  • ; I .iol •' I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 World's Largest Pest Control Company;: 2-1776 509 N. E. 13th St MIAMI 5-3528 MIAMI BEACH .M&aitiMSW -Wn4 And B. Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected ML 2-2621 •reater Miami Delivery n* Ou, Fwa, t Jewish Funeral Service^ The Jewish family can • and toll %  Ligation I ul i*"" with full confiden • r.mg w;li it should be. For many years we r :anuli from (Ad v walk <: '• funeral we bring that thorough know % %  %  % %  ing of correct procedun : } !" | • %  rent observance of every Jewish w jUs tradition. In our two complete fi ;apel V^mi funeral is surrounded b) ply conuonw atmosphere of dignity and pi iversidf e of Bir ma •"•DMf Cr Ht Memorial Chapel Two c ONVENIENT LOI AlK'N'S Miami West Flagfer & 20th Av< .".Phone*"* Miami Beach 5-3335 1236 Washington Are. • Phone 5-7777 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERV' ^ I eDWARO T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE BWg "T IN NEW YORK: 76ih Street *nd Amsie"" !" sD ,„*.„*, ..wv LOSCISWBROOKLYN BRONX



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    TUNE 29, 1951 Unveiling ation of a monument to norv of the late Albert formerly of 410 N. W. rcnue, will take place on .day July 4, at 11 a.m. bit Sinai Cemetery. Mr. I survived by his wife, vas a member of the jjjc Brotherhood of Amerhngements are in charge t,er*s Miami Monument |y. Hi latives and friends .1 to attend. ^JeHjslThridrar, jva Unveiling ration of a monument to Jmory of the late Sarah t erly of 400 N. W. f i. will take place %  day, July 4, at 11 a.m. fcnt Sinai Cemetery. Mrs. J survived by her husSamuel; a son, Morris; jvo daughters, Sophie and She was a member of iphardic Brotherhood of ca. Arrangements are in i'.timer's Miami MonuICompany. Relatives and are asked to attend. ian Unveiling [cation of a monument to emory of the late Jacob in, former manager of the on Hotel, Miami Beach, ke place on Sunday, July p.m. at Mount Nebo CcmRabbi Irving Lehrman ting. Mr. Hellman is surby his wife, Lucille F.: his r; and a sister, Mrs. Pauline New York City. Arents are in charge of Pal:i Monument Comtives and friends are present. in SAM KRIX8KY : Streel died J hix wife, Mln i '.' I lai i y s I The ren Mi > i'ork fin M nl Bi ai h R %  %  %  MM 1!1.."'\1 \ .. %  Mn l>i M Ituth II one Bon, PI M Ksthi \l .,f A i. i ondurl' TTIE SIIAI'lllo fcf %  : % %  ', \v. Ban M irlno Drive. f'i .' une 2 it hi leaving hi r Paul. She wai M i etrolt, v* hei e the remains Miami Beach Riverside ii > and interment. lri.irs n >i'i:i: 511 lr.th Street, died in a local Ital Surviving are his wife. i ion, Morton. The rema Iro ta N,w v.iik for lervlcei iiitenii.ru by Beach Memorial el. 1850 Allmi Road JOEL TRUST 1 Michigan Avenue, pasxeil In i. local hospital June 24th. in-ill al Beach Memorial Mton liiiail. with Inter' %  -: in MI. smai Cemetery. MORRIS KOIJX V • W ll'lh Street, passed lay ai ins home. Hi hiwife, lii-iii ; a son and f Atlanta, hie mother. Nrs. Miami, and a brother I i Miami Service! were F The Miami Riverside nl in MI. Nebo CemeMDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN EBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. CHICK INN REOPENED under the Management of ELWYN" BEN ROLLINS SERVING Chicken—Steaks Sea SW. 27th Ave. Pictured in a scene from John Van Dutsn's "Voice of the Turtle," now being presented by Studio M at 208 Bird Road. Coral Gables, are Marion Cason and Nancy Melhbl George Keathiy, who directed, also has a role in the three-character comedy about %  soldier on a weekend in New York. The play will run through Saturday and will be available for club dates tor one week after that. The Feast of the Bikurrim. a ceremony practiced by Xhi ancient Hebrews bringing treshly picked fru ; ts to the priests, was celebrated recently by the students of the Hebrew Acaderr.y. 918 Sixth Street. Miami Beach. Pictured are (1. to r ) Edward Ginsberg. high priest; Harvey Meltzer, king: and Irving Kjlemer. farm hand, in a pageant depicting the ancient ceremony. (fiompleta and jbepe/u/a/Je cTllk SeWce M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co, Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 taste IROKEACH BORSCHT PAGE 11 A New Feature Added Beginning Sunday, July l. at '•'•> Pm.. the Yiddish Classical : :l ovei WINZ, will Diesent a ney 5 minute f acording to %  direct 1 by the Israel 0 i. the transcription will present various i ; the Jewis : • %  ; am will i 1 Othei : chalul lepicted :: auent 1 I Boarh V .Slates 'Bargain Bazaar' The Bench Y has scheduled a bargain bazaar and picnic for Sunday. July 1. at 7 p. m., to raise money for the Y nu scholarship fund. Admission is fre< For those who would I '•: e eai ly an i eal a pirn: : 1 %  the Y is providing I I picnic fare. : ed pi izi s v. ill be a "'"<' k's swimming ai an front hotel, six rhumba le ai the Delmonic i Hotel, an til from Ardmore Studios, and other awards. • v, r Take advantage of'Drnte'TeefouUk %  %  SED DIVIDEND RATE OUR SAVINGS &f ...New savings accounts opened on or before the 10th of July will earn dividends from the 1st of July at the new rate of 2 l 2 0 per annum. %  ^...Savings now in present accounts, and funds added to these accounts on or before the 10th will begin earning dividends from the 1st at the new rate of ~ 1 2 P Cr annun1 • ... Dade Federal Savings accounts are insured to $ 10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Tito persons, each with an individual account and a joint account together may hai t insured savings totaling $30,000. ft...New savings accounts may be opened, or funds may be added to present accounts at cither of Dade Federal's -wo office* by mail. .. ,> ,,v,xiccrv ininv OP MIAMI J AND LOW ASSOCIATK JOSEPH M. 1 IPTON, Pi I"" Resources Exceed $31,000,000.00 Reserves Exceed $ 2,200,000.00 MAIN 0FHCE 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE ALLAPATTAH-BRANCH 1S94 NORTHWEST 36th STREET



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    PAGE 10 A + kl**ncrH**r Soviet Propaganda Campaign vs. Israel FRIDAY. By VICTOR LASKY The Communist Big Lie technique, never :\ pretty thing tc watch in operation, r< ached some new extremes in ugliness i year The victim this I • • tiny stat< of Isn pite its size (it is s t.•:..:; M its scant poi tion li -I : the onl; acy in thi Ni East ai power 1 with in thai I %  a M %  ge propagai ssaull against by the Soviet U I its sain a broa least that inded very much %  : • Hui i adio ttacki d "the intei national Jewish bou i and thi inti i tional Jewish specula! %  %  ate with the West (i> nment." At the Si time the Communists had the gall to accuse the Israel g< vi nment of acting like the Nazis! They accused Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion of "cooperating with the nazi clique of \V. stern Germany in order to prepare a new slaughter of the Jews." What has brought on this suddenly-stepped-up campaign? The answer is a simple one. For some time after the state of Israel was founded in 1948. the Communists e*P" : at least hoped—to conquer it from within. It js now sufficiently clear that they will not be able to do this In the general elections to the Isi Knesset (Parliament) in January 1949. the Communists got only 3.7 percent of the vote. (Out of 130 Knesset stats, the Commun' ists have three). In the municipal elections of Nov. 1950, they dropped to 2 4 percent The isaeli trade uni ns : > anwhile, were loudly withdrawing irom It 1 1 %  C tak Israel %  n fifth columnists M< S( v was turning on th -• m utside. ,!" : n : Mowed the i nited Stal : !: nition • • n ,.w state • : I-. -, | • S : •' I 1948 During f that y the Soviets entatiously 1 •. %  that t friend % %  • "tions with the Communist sati Hit e a i so TATEKTINI Al Wile and Pete Francis in and enjoy the pL f cining on the water us food prepared bv exerts • • • nominal prices. 450 Northwest No. River Drive On the river just below the 5th St. Bridge. Parking for your car Dockage for your boat Open til 5 A.M. C C A R L A L PETE -8261 quite friendly: some i f the armament used m the early days ol t!io Ai ab-Isi a< 1 w ..: %  had from Czech In mid1948, Rus almost as h of the %  But the t xpi ; i< n • i Zionists • • ; • tin.; w that it • /; ni • I died in S knew : • %  'ommunist always uliar:. is nationali iminal %  in Ru at< St %  They knew thai this was hai dly .i fii m ba which • ndship w th • ii s iviet Union. Even wi in n ent vi ai thi i had boon series of n p irts coming Ru bout a now, g ivernment-encouraged anti-Semitism. To listen to I hi C %  mmunists trumpeting their claims, one : w iiild think that the Soviet Union was the g:> ati si champion of minority groups in all history. But here is what the American Jewish Committee reports in its Year Book: "In the Soviet Union there are no longer any Jewish newspapers or magazines. a n y Jewish schools, and Jewish welfare, fraternal, or social organizations: the existence of synagogues of religious communities outside of M iscow is dubious. In the satellite countries, all Jewish political groups, including the extreme left-wing Zionists, are prohibited Religious communities are -till allowed to exist and to conduct religious services, if they closely follow the Communist peace' propaganda. But religious practices are discouraged by the pressure of government' manipulated public opinion. Re, ligious thinking is considered reactionary. "Anti-Semitism is still offi, cially outlawed in all Sovietdominated countries and open anti-Jewish demonstrations or riots are not reported But the campaign against Jewish nationalism" and "Jewish cosmo; politanism' has some distinctly ', anti-Jewish overtones .... In the Soviet Union, almost all Jews have disappeared from leading political, diplomatic, and military positions, ,.nd according to' relial • ep irts, men of Jewish origin are banned from certain blanches of the aimed foro of the civil service, and of some institutionof higher education."' With this information under their belts, it was hardly surne that the more sophist i' %  i Zionists were never too optimistic about establishing genuinely friendly relations with Stalin's Russia. It was the intention, or at least the hop,, of the Israeli government to steer clear of the Cold to avoid taking sides. But tht Russians, unfortunately, do n t recognize neutrals in the I I W From the first, there faint rumblings of dissatisn with Israel m the s At the end of 1948, of diplomatic maneuver suddenly brought the number of nations recognizing th,new state up to thirty-five, the Russian newspapers failed Congregation Beth Tfilah has purchased a 5 00-grara section of Mount thrmmk %  I.IM.i •.. %  *" e 51Q e" of tht ( u*ec as an wrunosa cemetery ior uetn i man members. Hyman Zaidman nriH. ,* na i gallon, said. The purchase was made possible through an initial contributionT of TMO k ."* of Miami Beach and Augusta. Ga. Pictured at the closing are 'sitting 1 tn ?V'l secretary of the Giteaier Miami Jewish Cemetery Association: Zaidman-'Willi. !" ? !! RF H 7 ~* •"" w *""• -•• -w...i v,ciucicryr rtssociaiion; Zaidman Willis— D..C "^ cial secretary of the congregation; ( standing) M ax R. Surer, attorney lor t'-e ~m.Y. ^ 9 Rabbi Jo^ph Rackovsky. spiritual leader of the congregation; and Herman Ba*!2 "**?* Silver and the congregation. w Ber ". attornr, fe | Receives Citation Word has been received byMr. and Mrs. Adolph Feldman, i 2980 S. W. 19th Street, that their son-in-law, Lt. Col. Merritt Adel: man of the U. S. Marines, has re[ ceived a Presidential citation for "exceptionally meritorious s.-i vice" as commanding officer of an artillery battalion and for I supplying maximum artillery | support in the face of inadequate supplies. Lt. Col. Adelman. a native of ; Canton, Ohio, w a s graduated from Annapolis. His wife and four children are now residing in California. even to mention the fact. That was an ominous sign. There was another ominous sign at this time. The Soviet regime suddenly began stepping up its propaganda against Zionism. 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    23. 1951 — %  -—— —. %  ii 7 Say... thrilling to watch the enthusiasm that tn-Guiion in New York and other metro[i,s His reception by Mr. Truman and Jnment officials evoked pride in everyone fed for the establishment of the Jewish f Mr. Ben-Gurion's statement exploded a %  in Zionist circles The fiery Prime MinisL'l may yet bring about the dissolution of Zionism. LESS LEADER %  urion is the archetype of the new Jew Jr. the process of rebuilding Eretz Israel. Cgt with older leaders merely emphasizes gc thu> has taken place. Former spokescautlous and reasonable, too aware perhe Diaspora, and too fearful about ultifcurity. Their attitude was largely apoloeir methods defensive: their concern the threatening their people. Premier seems to reverse the diffidence of is With the possible exception of Jabotinother responsible leader has displayed his %  it took a daring, unprecedented in Galut [to proclaim the State of Israel in the face Itened invasion by five Arab armies, of (from the British Foreign Office, of opposijthe United Nations, of chicanery in our Lpartment, of divisions within World Jewry. fof the War of Independence seems largely %  is courageous direction. \sTRUCTIVE STATESMAN flit for the formation of the new government is to the firm and astute leadership of Ben%  His were the important decisions that exIthe Arab refugees, for the unlimited InJjg of all Exiles. He seems to possess an infalluition that penetrates the inner wishes of pish people. In t hree years, the infant s tate *-Jewi%tfh>rkMati PAGE 3 A Ben-Gurion's Blast at Organized Zionism has doubled its population, expanded its resources, acquired a prestige hardly consonant with its r strength. LnqucM,, nably Ben-Gurion the most considerable publi. figur. • only in Israel, but in world Jew y FUTURE Z10NIS1 ACTIVITIES Speakini | .. the Jew A cv, n-Gurion reji -, thai Zi all American Jews. Con not; giyi •:.• :.. ithorit; fui i n-Zn l • .. • %  • no need 1 • • pecial is 1 the Worl Z I 0 '." : i.. artificial Zionisl vemenl and practical, inching zim : am I 1,000 Ami students I Israeli institutions; inti nsil %  :.the study of 1 gi and cull tours to Israel; stimulating I privati apital in industry, Zionists wh( ed to bring aboul I fish state were shocked to hear the Prime Minister pi; down the future role of Zionism. It took coura) and lots of it. to tell the Jewish Agency that a Zionist is only he who goes to live permanently in Israel. Thus he demotes American Zionists to the level of Friends or Well Wishers of Israel. Such statements do not curry favor or popularity. Yet a time comes when it is necessary to talk bluntly. A serious statesman should never dodge a major issue, and Ben-Gurion is hardly the man to bite his tongue before anyone. He knows that the tremendous economic problems confronting his government and people are too great for Zionists or any other separate group. Setting up a sound economy for Israel is the task of Kol Yisroe! (all Jewry). With true statesmanship, the Premier apBy HARRY SIMONHOFF %  is to American Jews of every shade and opinion, Zionist ;,nd non-Zionist, for assistance. DEMANDS OF AMERICAN ZIONISTS At the Convention last week in Atlantic City, Z.O.A. filed its answer, and the issue was joined, lnsti i ting a mediocre rc'.e among the Israel, Amei ican Zi< nism demandnding as the most import;.nt agency ned with Israel's interests." A ::cr.t;.l attack Ben-Gurion and Mapai leadership was Abba Hillel Silver, long charged with ...... Socialism in Israel. Unable to refeelings of rancor r-r.d ciisappoint;.mating figures of the convention i ial bill of rights amountinp tc nothing : i • i interference with the sovereignty of Medinas Israel, I: would seem that supervising immigratii n arc; controlling of funds collected in the Diasinvests a chartered agency with governmental tus. INTERFERENCE IN ISRAEL But more puzzling is the Resolution that ties the Z.O.A. to the General Zionists of Israel. This minor political party, split into Conservatives and Progressives, did not marshal sufficient votes in the first election to obtain more than fifteen seats in the Knesset. A Dorothy Thompson might ask what business have American citizens to interfere with the internal politics of a foreign country. It is, however, comforting to know that a third of the delegates at Atlantic City preferred to follow the leadership of Louis Lipsky. This veteran Zionist and acute theoretician believes that American Zionists should be happy to make their fullest contribution towards the upbuilding of the Jewish state. The management, control, and direction of Israel should be left to its residents and citizens. L'.tend Picnic J250 members and friends |d the annual picnic sponfcv the Sisterhood of the [bade Jewish Center on at Greynolds Park. accordion band, under the fan of Mrs. Mana Mannion, [ selections during lunchThe fathers defeated the a baseball game between fo groups. fend Mrs. Max Rudolf were ten of the event. Iroadloom Carpets In a Jewel-Like Setting IIAMI RUG CO. IOC South Miami Ave. tur 27th Year Under Same OwnershipManagement In Miami Gables Young Adults Plan July 4 Fete Softball, boating, swimming, games and refreshments will highlight the Fourth of July "Funfest" to be sponsored by the Coral Gables Young Adult Group at Greynolds Park Wed1 nesday. A motorcade to the picnic ', grounds will leave from the Mayflower Restaurant, Biscayne Boulevard at S. E. 1st Street at 110 a. m. Professional entertainment will be provided by "The Detroiters." Additional information may be obtained by calling L. Chavin, 'Winterhaven Hotel, Miami Beach. SPECIAL -ink v Strike low lint; Drives Special Student Rates Daytime—Evenings 25c— 39c Leagues $1.05 297S S W. 8th Street Call Res. 48-8615 Launches Radio Series Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, founder I and spiritual leader of the new j Orthodox Ahavas Israel Syna%  gogue, has launched a series of broadcasts to be heard every Sunday at 12:15 p. m. during the! Yiddish Classical Hour over Sta| tion WINZ. On Friday at 12:15 p. m. he' will report on world events. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP HELIAELE DAY WORKERS S5.00 1-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonu f-MI? — t-727 II N. E. Bth Sl-eet AL MEIDENBERO, Owner SKIN DISEASES A New Approach IN TREATMENT DP. H. W. 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