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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 28
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 13. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
an Urges
ue Efforts
I workers for the
Btate of Israel Bond
prged to continue
roughout the sum-
Morris Goodman,
the Greater Miami
t Bonds of Israel
n the eve of his de-
rope.
n invited all bond
Jewish organizations
in the bond drive,
the various groups
of the executive
attend the first Na-
ce for the formal
to the American
nity of the Israel
The conclave is
Washington, D. C,
ursday evening,
0 and running
y noon, September
^ibtedly will be the
ing of representa-
can Jewish organ-
cent years, and
ions are desirous."
Abba Eban, Israel's
the United States,
cabinet ministers
attend the meet-
Bond Volunteers
Through Summer
250 prior to July 9, only $187,500
was outstanding, or 31 per cent.
Some 30 persons owe this
amount, Malakoff said.
Greater Miami accounted for
$576,050 of the total, with six or-
ganizations pacing the drive.
They are: Zionist Organizations
of America, 573 bonds sold for
$112,500: Hadassah, 652 for $103,-
500; Pioneer Women, 328 for $35,-
400; Farband, 111 for 12,550; Miz-
Jewish Arrests
Continue In Iraq
TEL AVIV (JTA)More Jews
were arrested during the last few
days with the alleged discovery
Jewish Leaders Demand Clarification
Of German Restitution Policy
5 in South Florida
attend should tele-
5 of Israel office
71. Dr. Goodman
eturn from a staff
American Firan-
elopment Corpora-
in New York City,
alakoff, community
ed dihat the pro-
local campaign was
ible" in comparison
munities through-
he, national director,
ler Miami's coverage
J 1,800 persons in the
1ZZ2BBas "an excellent
Seeve also said
ash position is good."
rida sales of $595.-
FRANKFURT (JTA)Leaders of JewF in Germany, represent-
ing the Central Jewish Council, at a press conference here de-
of arms in a Baghdad synagogue,! manded that the German Government issue a statement clarifying
the Beirut radio reported. The I itE policy on restitution oi property confiscated by the Nazis as
t^^i ,,,,,!,.. ~* .......m.ii. i ,,. well a? on compensation foi Nazi-looted propert\. The Jewish lead-
total number of arrested Jews : er; a), reQueste'd that thc Bonn Government introduce federal legis-
exceeds 200, the broadcast said. ]atjon on restitution that will be binding for all states in West Ger-
The Arab radio broadcast said | many,
that the transportation of Iraqi Tnc United Stater High Commission ir Germany announced
Jews, "who relinquished their' the dissolution of its property division and the transfer of
nationality and were permitted
ruchi, 94 for $14,350; and B'nai to leave the country for Israel"
B'rith, 42 for $17,400. I w a s completed Sunday.
Jewish Groups Plan Truman Confab,
Urge Appeal For Hungarian Jews
NEW YORK, (AJP)On the
heels of increasing hostility by
Communist Hungary toward its
Jews, America's major Jewish or
ganizations mapped top priority
plans this week to combat the
anti-Jewish moves with a full-
scale political actions campaign,
including a meeting with Presi-
dent at which the Chief Execu-
tive will be urged to issue a his-
toric appeal to Hungary to aband.
on its reign of terror, the Amer-
ican Jewish Press learned.
The high level decision to em-
bark on the campaign was reach-
ed late last week at a meeting
of an ad hoc committee of the
National Community Relations
Advisor Council, powerful co-
ordinating body for the American
Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith's
Anti-Defamation League, Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, Jewish
Labor Committee, Union of Ame-
rican Hebrew Congregations,
Jewish War Veterans and 27
other local community councils
located in the nation's major com-
munities.
On a national level, the cam-
paign to assist Hungray's Jews
includes a meeting with Presi-
dent Truman at which represent-
| atives of the Jewish, Protestant
j and Catholic faiths, as well as la-
I bor groups and others, will urge
i the president to make a personal
functions and responsibilities under the restitution law and general
claims programs to the office of the general counsel of thc Com-
mission and the public affairs department. Inquiries from abroad
regarding property interests ir Germany will in the future be
handled by the American Consulate General in Frankfurt.
George N. Shustei, United States Commissioner for Bavaria,
told the German press today on. his return from the United States
that American public opinion is closely watching neo-Nazi activ-
ities in Western Germany and also the implementation of the
restitution and general claims program.
Israel Calls For "I'ndesired* .lews
appeal to Red Hungary to
"abandon its genocidal activi-
ties."
In addition, plans were being I __ ,.,.,, ,_,.._.. ...
pushed by the NCRAC for the I TEL AVIV (JTA)The Israel in connection with the mass ex-
possible introduction in Congress j Government has proposed to the pulsion of Hungarian Jews from
of resolutions hitting Hungary's I Hungarian Government that the their homes. According ts in-
deportations and terror activities.! "undesired" Jews, now being de- formation received here from
On an international level, it is. ported from Budapest and other Bundapest. these evictions and
expected the U. S. and "pehaps Hungarian cities, under Hun- deportations to unknown destin-
other governments will raise the gary's so-called "resettlement" ations are continuing,
issue in the United Nations." j program, be transferred to Is- The plight of the Jews in Hun-
Meanwhile, an educational rael, it was learned here this ga>-v was described here at a
campaign wiil be carried out na-1 week. conference of the Union of Hun-
tionally through magazines, ra- j The proposal was submitted to | garian Immigrants held in the
the Hungarian Government by township of Nathanya. attended
the Israeli charge d'affaires in: by 360 delegates, representing
Budapest who also asked that 136,000 Hungarian Jews residing
the fate of all the remaining in Israel. A detailed report on
Jews of Hungary be discussed. ; the large scale deportation of
NCRAC were urged to stimulate l The Hungarian authorities have Jews from Bundapest was given
editorials in local newspapers;' so far delayed their answer. at the conference by Dr. Ernst
support the adoption of reaolu-1 The Israeli Cabinet earlier had Marton, president of the Union,
lions by city councils flaying the, authorized the Israeli Foreign i A human relations center, the
(Continued on Page 4-A) Office to take diplomatic steps j first of its kind ever organized
------------- i in this country to provide a com-
Emigration From Iraq To Israel Continues g-LHH S
TEI AVIV (JTA)Emigration o; Jews from Iraq to Israel will tlv University oi Pennsylvania,
continue after July 1 despite declarations bv Iraqui officials that The new development in meet-
emigration would cease b\ June 3C. Jewish Agency sources indi- ing "the outstanding problem in
cated. democratic life" is known as the
(The New York Time: reported from Beirut that Di. Sakh Albert M Greenfield Center for
Haydar deputy directoi oi the Iraqui National Bank, had told tht Human Relations, it was an-
Arab News Agency that the exodus of Jews from Iraq will have an nounced by Harold E. Stassen.
adverse effect on the Iraqui economy.) I (Continued on Page 10-A)
dio, and television to acquaint
the American people with the
plight of Jews in Hungary, the
American Jewish Press learned.
Local member-groups of the
led Klansmen Attend Tampa Pow-Pow
less than a week
ricun Independence
fmen, referred to by
(Warren as "hooded
f'covered cowards"
[jerks." paraded and
heads as their he-
ld." or chaplain, said
payer before a huge
in a vacant field
| Tampa.
mated that 300 per-
Iresent; but as the
|ne pointed out, the
By PROF. J. W. DEES,
Chairman. Department of Sociology. University of
Tampa, and Author of Jim Crdw, published by
Ann Arbor Publishing Co.
majority of the crowd was com-. nently a political rally, designed
posed of curiosity seekers. Hence, to raise funds for the forthcom-
the Tampa pow-wow was as
much of a fizzle as the earlier
well advertised meeting in Mi-
ami, which attracted little more
than a handful of people.
Like its Miami counterpart,
the Tampa parley was pre-emi-
Tampa Tribune Photo
impa KKK meeting opened with a snake dance and
At a signal from one of the Klen leaden. OS robed
Klansmen lit individual crosses which they were
approached a huge cross which they ignited with
crosses. For several minutes thereafter they mached
tig cross.
ing gubernatorial campaign of
Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee self-
styled grand dragon of the Sou-
thern Knights of the Ku Klux
Klan. Hendrix, who seems to be
taking the campaign quite seri-
ously, announced that his plat-
form would include: segregation,
abolition of the sales tax. elimi-
nation from the state of "kike" I
bootleggers and gamblers, putting
the state in the wholesale liquor
business and making everyone in
the state "colonels."
(An eye-witness reports that
the plank in his platform which
aroused the most demonstrative
response, including whistles and
catcalls, was the plan to destroy
the sea walls in Miami Beach.
Claiming that the Jews of the
resoit city have usurped all the
public beaches and erected sea
walls thereon, Hendrix said that
if he were successful in the gub-
ernatorial race, he would "send
every bulldozer in the State
Road Department down ... to
rip out all the sea walls and take
all the beaches away from the
Jews and give them back to the
Gentiles, who paid the taxes to
build them.")
Focus of the meeting wasj
scapegoating and anti-Semitism.
The "kike Jews" were blamed
for everything, and the words
"kike Jew" were used as spnono-
mous with Red or Communist.
There was a deliberate attempt
to take the spotlight off of Negro
and Catholic questions to lend an
air of respectability through
fighting Communism via the
"kike Jew."
Ironically, the meeting had a'
semi-religious atmosphere with
two readings of the Lord's Pray-
er, as well as several biblical ref-1
erences, all amidst profanity and
a steady stream of hatred and
scapegoating.
This travesty of democracy, so
near the Fourth of July, was
well timed for the Russian prop-
agandists. Undoubtedly the
Kremlin rejoiced at the news of
the "hooded jerks" in Tampa;
but for the people of Tampa and ]
the state, it was just another,
fizzle.
(In addition to the grand dra-
gon and the kludd the platform,
which was set up on an unli-
censed pick-up truck, was occu-
pied by W. J. Griffin a Tampa
private detective, who calls him-
self the grand titan of the Hen-
drix Klan. Attired in a red and
green costume that made him re-
semble a clown, he served as mas-
ter of ceremonies, according to
the eye-witness account.
(The meeting opened with a
snake dance and crossburning.
At the signal from Griffin, the
Klansmen lit individual crosses
which they were carrying and
approached the huge cross which
they ignited with the smaller
crosses. For several minutes they
paraded around the huge flaming
cross.
(During. Hendrix-' speech un-
masked but robed Klansmen fil-
tered through the audience dis-
tributing copies of the June 1,
1951, issue of Conde McGinley's
"Common Sense" and a mimeo-
graphed Southern Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan application blank.)
Tampa Ti b ii t I'noto
Garbed in a red and giocn
Ku Klux Klan outfit that clos;
ly resembles a clown suit. W.
J. Griffin, Tampa private de-
tective who calls himself
"Grand Titan" of the Southern
Knights of the KKK. served as
master of ceremonies at the
Tampa meeting of the Klan on
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13. 1951
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Two Centuries Of History In Charleston
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
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In 1950,
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Won Bicentennial could hardly pass
permanent record of the community's
A half century earlier, the Rabbi
had investigated the tombstones, the
the recorded documents, the news-
As a result of his painstaking re-
ett A. Elsas published in 1905 The
Carolina from the Eearliett Times to
Story book
imas J- Tobias, President of Beth
(direct descendant of Joseph Tobias,
Iss of the same congregation in 1750,
fenlisting the American Jewish Com-
|ie Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
his community in bringing out an
|tory. The task was assigned to Charles
in collaboration with Uriah Z. Engel-
Bd The Jews of Charleston, printed
Publication Society of America,
light cause students to revise certain
inclusions hitherto accepted without
example, American Jewish history
been neatly divided into three parts,
was monopolized by the Spanish-
ligrants from Germany, discouraged
(of liberalism in Europe after the 1848
rted the second era. The Czars' perse-
hundreds of thousands from Russia.
?> began the third phase.
ITIONS
ies of both authors would indicate that
bs are but partly true. It has been
[(ted that the leadership and personnel
larleston were predominately Seph-
1792, seven out of eight commit-
jiid the cornerstone of the Beth Elohim
German Jews. In 1801, the Supreme
ttish Rite Masonry was founded in
ir Jews were among the organizers.
tm were Ashkenazim. The prominent
which gave a poetess to early Amer-
tjn'1'n Compositions To
it Opening Pop Concert
ican Jewry, hailed from Alsace. The capable Mor-
decai Cohen, business man and philanthropist, the
second wealthiest man in South Carolina, was from
Poland. The Harts, the Cohens, the Harbys, the
Moseses, the Nathans, prominent in the Colonial
period, were of non-Sephardic origin. In fact, it
would appear that in spite of using the Spanish
Ritual with its Hebrew pronunciation, the majority
of Charleston Jewry before and after the Revolu-
tion were Ashkenazim.
FORERUNNERS OF REFORM
Another myth that has' gained wide currency
would have the Reform movement of American
Judaism start in Charleston. This misconception has
its origin in the petition drawn up in 1824 by the
journalist and playwright Isaac Harby. and signed
by 47 memberr of Beth Elohim. Humbly they plead
for shortening the lengthy service, for a sermon ex-
plaining the weekly portion read out of the Torah,
for translating the important parts of the Ritual in
English, for better decorum and abolishing the quaint
custom of auctioning Synagogal honors in Spanish
Ladino.
It is significant that the reformers were not tam-
pering with ideology. The Kathrulh cult is not
questioned; nothing is said about permitting women
to sit with the men during services. The reforms
they ask would be good Orthodoxy today. But their
petition is peremptorily denied-. They secede and
organize the "Reformed Society of Israelites." Isaac
Harby finds it difficult to make a living for his
wife and nine children. He moves to New York and
dies there. The Reformers linger until 1833 and
are reconciled to the parent body. Thus ends the
tempest in the religious pot.
GUSTAVUS POZNANSKl
In 1838, the Synagogue tmrns down in the great
fire that sweeps the city. In the new building, the
Reformers wish to install an organ. Help comes from
an unexpected source. Any one examining the
public records of mid 19th century in Charleston's
Fireproof Building can find numerous real estate
transactions to and from Gustavus Poznanski. An
immigrant from Poland, he studied at Hamburg, and
became Chazan and spiritual leader of Beth Elohim.
He passes for a pillar of Orthodoxy, yet considers
the organ as enhancing the beauty cf the service.
The Reformers win out, and this time the Orthodox
secede and organize the Shearith Israel Congrega-
tion.
With the accumulation of money. Rev. Poznanski
appears to shed his Orthodoxy. He champions the
cause of Reform and in 1841 dedicates the newly
built Beth Elohim. This brownstone stucco covered
synagogue on Hazel Street, with its imposing Doric
columns, suggests a Greek temple, a style of archi-
tecture fashionable at the time for churches and
government buildings. In a moment of inspired
eloquence, the Polish cantor coins an epigram that
for a century served as the rallying cry of anti-
Zionism. At the dedication ceremony, he exclaims:
"This Synagogue is our temple, this city cur Jeru-
salem, this happy land our Palestine."
THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
The reforms initiated by Isaac Harby made little
impression upon his contemporaries. Even in
Charleston, tne innovations peter out shortly after
he left. Innocuous as they were, these alternations
can hardly be considered his brainchild. Obviously
they are the changes demanded by the Emancipa-
tion. In his petition, Harby quotes from the Frank-
fort Journal and reveals the new influences radi-
ating from Prussia, Holland, and Germany. A gen-
eration later Poznanski introduces the crgan and
such modernization as he had seen in Hamburg.
The German group in Charleston were naturally
receptive to the new stirrings in the Fatherland.
They followed the trends already in operation and
soon to be systematized by Isaac M. Wise, the true
founder of Reform Judaism in America. But it is
possible that the revolt of 1824 expresses pent up
resentment agamst the stagnation of Portuguese dic-
tatorship with its stratified social arrogance.
(itions by Miami's
known Mana-
featured at the
le "Pop" concert
series to be pre-
1 sented by the
1 Univer s i t y of
JMiami Sym-
I phony Orches-
] tra on Sunday,
I July 15, at the
lair conditioned
Miami Beach
Municipal Audi-
I torium.
These include
I "R a ch e m," a
Hebrew prayer,
and the initial
a symphonic
rir.g."
Sanroma, cele-
Rican pianist, will
He will play
Concerto in A
pn the program are
Wagner's "Lohen-
ferture from Tschai-
rneo and Juliet."
the age of sixteen
He has toured Europe, Canada,
Cuba, Mexico, Central and South
America, the West Indies, and
has appeared in practically every
music-conscious city of the
United States. As an RCA Vic-
tor artist, his fame has spread
still farther and his recordings
are perennial best-sellers.
Arabian Nights
Is Dance Theme
The Arabian Nights will pro-
vide the theme for a dance to be
sponsored by the Miami Young
Zionist District (Masada) on
Sunday, July 22, at 8:30 p. m.
at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami
Beach.
The program will feature dance
stylings by Mel and Rae, vocals
by Shari Cordova, and special-
ties by Ahamed the Sorcerer and
Vola the Fire Eater.
Members of the committee in
charge of the dance include Don
Schrager, chairman; Mel Vola,
program; Sandy Cochner, pub-
Robbi Receives Post
Rabbi Ralph de Koven has
been appointed assistant spiritual
leader and educational director
of Ahavas Aohim Congregation
in Atlanta. The rabbi has held
the pulpit of the Zamora Congre-
gation for the past year.
Beth David Women
Schedule Barbecue
A "Summer Fiesta and Chicken
Barbecue" is next on the agenda
of the Beth David Sisterhood.
The affair is scheduled for Sun-
day July 15, at 7 p. m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Liss,
2300 South Miami Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Liss are chair-
man of the event. Asisting them
is Mrs. Dorothy Simkins. Reser-
vations may be made by calling
2-3810 or 48-8298.
Camp Registration
Opens for 2nd Term
Camp Coral, coed day camp,
announces that registration i;
now open for the second four-
week term, which gets underway
Monday, July 16 and continues
until August 10, on a five-day-
a-week basis.
Approximately 50 children
from the ages of four to 12 have
participated in the varied pro-
I gram during the first four-week
session which opened on June 18.
The same program of activities
| will be carried over so that new
i registrants may have the bene-
l fit of all instruction and projects
j undertaken thus far.
Parents who are interested in
| the camp program, which oper-
ates from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. may
contact the Camp Coral director,
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, by call-
ing 48-2431, or visiting the-camp
site at 3306 Por.ce De L;on
Blvd., Coral Gables.
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| with honors from ) Reservations may be made by
[land Conservatory | calling 48-3843.
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pp Washintrton Art
Kcuusrs
IONS FILLED
AND FRAMES
IMPLICATED
[SELECTION IN
STYLES
An appeal for blood donors
was made this week by Dr. M.
A. Kleiman, chairman of the
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith,
blood drive.
Dr. Kleiman requests that
all donors go to the Dade Coun-
ty Blood Bank, 1800 N. W. 10th
Ave., and make their contri-
bution in the name of Sholem
Lodge. ^^______
Academy Women
Plan Boat Ride
Hebrew Academy Women will
sponsor a moonlight cruise
aboard the Seminole Queen No.
Two on Sunday, July 22, at 8
p. mi
Dancing and entertainment are
on the program and refreshments
will be available.
Chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs.
Gertrude Shapiro and Mrs. Ida
Wessel.
Spanish Classes To Open
Classes in conversational Span-
ish are now being organized in
the adult activities department
oi the Miami Beach Y.
Instructor will be Dr. Kelso,
formerly of the University of
Havana.
Registration will take place in
the afternoon or evening until
Friday, July 13;___________
Mrs. Udell Hostess
Mrs. Jack Udell, membership
chairman of the Miami Beach
Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged was hostess
at an afternoon of canasta on
Thursday, July 12 at 1:30 p. m.
at the Ambassador Cafeteria.
New members of the organization
were honored at the affair.
Because of Failure to
carry proper Fire and
Business Interruption
Insurance.
It's a
complex
business!
Complete Selection of
DIETETIC SALT-FREE
HEALTH FOODS
Prescription Health Shop
1527 Waihinoton Ave, M. B.
Phone 6-6737
CHICK INN
REOPENED
Under the Management of
"ELWYN" BEN ROLLINS
SERVING
ChickenSteake- Sea fofifl
1101 8.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 4-1132
MATZOH MEAL
at its BESTl
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
MATZOH MEAL
Made from fresh, crisp
HOROWITZ- MARGARETEN
MATZOHS
'The Mcrtxoh with the Taste".
The modern way to "bread"
fish, chops, cutlets superior
in stuffings and fillings of all
kinds. Excellent for knoedlach.
pancakes.
Not too coarse, not too fine .
ITS JUST RIGHTI
The taste tells you it's qoodl
The name tells you it's Kosher!
Distributed by -
PALM DISTRIBUTORS INC.
14 NX. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo.
Phone 3-6866
Our clients buy about 50 different
kinds of insurance from us. There
are five or ten different ways in
which each of these can be
written. On most of them there
are at least three or four different
types of endorsements addi-
tions or changes that can be
attached to the contracts. ,
i
The worst of it is that these
several hundred variables keep
cttanging all the time. Almost
every morning our mail is loaded
down with changes in forms,
changes in rates, changes in the
way policies can be prepared.
Keeping track of these com-
plexities, and making sure that
our clients get, from the vast
variety of policies available, the
beet insurance at the least cost
that's what our clients pay
us for.
We'll be glad to study your
policies, without charge or obli-
gation, and make sure for yon
that the latest changes are
checked against your own insur-
ance program to your advantage.
Telephone 82-2611
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10th Floor. Seybold Bid?.
Miami 32. Florida
Security -Connecticut Companies


PAGE 4 A
9-Jmistnoridi^r
FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
'Munich And Berlin
The short-memoried gentlemen in our midst
who would consent to Germany's admission
io the family of nations, albeit under certain
conditions, would do well to read newspaper
cccounts of what is happening in Germany
today.
They could not of course have missed the
story about Sugar Ray Robinson, the spectacu-
lar negro prize fighter and gentleman who was
almost lynched in a Berlin ring fcr no other
crime than practicing his skills and talents to the
best of his ability. The Berliners who never
quite forqave Joe Lewis for decimating the nordic
idol Max Schmeling, an avowed Nazi, could not
bear to look on while a member of an "inferior"
race was administering a thorough beatinq to
a member cf a "superior" race. Robinson, in
the minds of the German hoodlums, was dis-
proving nature's laws and they were determined
to stop that demonstration throuqh terror and
stick end rock. The fact that Robinson had been
the toast of the rest of Europe, where he was
received by royalty and high diqnitaries, must
have been a sian to the enraged Germans of
the decaying civilization which they seme day
hope to crush completely and build on its ruins
a great nordic structure to which neither Jew
nor Negro nor any carrier of decency would be
admitted.
While this incident was occurring, Munich,
infamously associated with Hitler, gave another
demonstration of true Germanism today. There,
the students of the university and would-be edu-
cators could find no better way of celebrating
their release from school than indulging in a
typical nazi anti-Jewish demonstration. While
venting their hatred against the Jews in song,
rejoicing in the Horst Wessel and Deutschland
Uber Alles, they darted poison arrows against
the United States and demanded the immediate
removal of Americans from German soil. But
the students of Munich were net alone in re-
flecting Germany's spirit today. Even while the
men of books were showing what they intended
doing if full control of Germany passed to them
tne men of the street showed complete agree-
ment with the so-called intellectuals by attack-
Help Him Reach The Top!
IVaneer Speetaiint* Speak U
Dedication OS 4 ytoioqu Center
niversil

ing a number of shochtim who were headed
for a municipal abbattoir to prepare meat fcr the
Sabbath meal of the Jewish community. These
men of the street were doubtlessly moved by
the compassionate spirit of Munich's municipal
assembly which, only a week before, adopted
a resolution urging the central government to
ban Jewish ritual slaughter of animals as a
crime against humanity.
These men of the street and the university
students and the "sportsmen" who attended the
Hobinson fiqht represent a cross-section of Ger-
many ,oday. If these incidents mean anything
at all, they mean that Germany i, still the most
dangerous spot in the world today, for the lew
: Negro and democracy.
:
-
lepart
: :e. A world
. ..'
Anti-Zionist Group
Advertises In \. V.
'
lu

* vnilrri,ij
A. Artukovic, former Minister of I
Nazi puppet state of Croatia who ,K
of having boasted that he solved T
ish problem" throuqh exterminate
should have long been turned over t
slavian Government for trial for crin.
humanity. Instead he has applied to &
Department for permission to re-
country as a displaced perscn in
evident attempt to circumvent an unoi
uation trial as a war criminal.
How an accused war criminal Ufa
has cltoqether been permitted to enter!
try is one of those mysteries whose,
not too difficult to conjecture. But
us that once the spotlight of publicity)
thrown on the affair, Washington sh_
taken measures of ridding the causal
scoundrel.
Beth the Yougoslov ^j|
and American intelligence aaents inajBB
have verified the fact that Artukovic i
exterminated all Jews under his custom]
over, his criminality can be attested bj
fortunate few who escaped his clutcbal
haven in the United States, and by
ers with first-hand knowledge of what i
in Croatia under his rule.
Impudent Artukovic is a slick and slintl
Taking advantage of the anti-commi _
in the country, he is trying to persucie
tice Department that he is a refuqee t
munism, as if being a refugee from co:
were itself sufficient mitigation of aim]
time when our country is restricting q
tion to victims of communism and fasca|
there is no reason why an accused
should be granted haven and refuge
country. It seems to us that the best |
Justice Department can make to Artukoi
is to turn him over to Yugoslavia.
al
DPs Happily Obey Government
Order To File Progress
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'ewilf S'' rCCent ?P UtfMi crowded .he fM
"ling the "m? agenc!es throughout the country to seek*
by law The m nUaLreport to P commission HjM
Women Jhec ^.m. Section of the National Council lj
the crowded u Vhe local Nw American!. Pictured**
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organization a^. ^ ^A0" "^3
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id
1951
+Jewlsii ncrkfian
PAGE 5 A
aeh
htno
N
-
idsoi
rcees
:ers
ntian was in-
nt of the Mi-
r Chamber of
monies July l
tel. J. BraUey
Fla., outgo-
ne state Jaycees,
ng officer.
1,1 at the rites
Hcilloman, vice
weet, secretary;
torian; Marvin
ector; and Rob-
surer,
e board of di-
ortimer Podell,
in Schrago, Sid
Mades, Stanley
illiam Wishner
esented the Bill
which is an-
> the outstand-
lt of the Florida
jf Commerce.
lion's three key
tent to Milton
Im Holloman and
Israelite Center
Maps Construction
A planning board, consisting
of members of the Israelite Cen-
ter, its Dora Stein Sisterhood and
PTA, has been appointed to map
a program of additional construc-
tion which will be undertaken
by the organization in the near
future, according to Irving Sper-
ling, president.
Registration for the center He-
brew and Sunday school which
will open in the fall may be made
by calling 83-3270.
Every Tuesday is "Temple
Night" throughout the summer.
Social and cultural programs are
presented each week.
Choral and dramatic groups
are now being organized. Fur-
ther information may be secured
by calling 48-9127.
Correction
Exclusive wholesale distribu-
tor for Mantschewitz products in
this area is the Levinson Food
Specialties Co., 2402 N. E. 2nd
Avenue, phone 3-7791.
More than S6.000 in State of Israel Bonds was sold Monday night at a "bon(d) voyage" for
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the local bond campaign, and Mrs. Goodman, who ai'j leav-
inq for Eurooe and Israel this week. Chief speaker at the dinner, held at the Nautilus Hotel.
Miami Beach, was Harry Seeve. national director of the An-.'_Tican Financial and Development
Corp. for Israel, which is handling the S500.000.000 bond flotation. Larry Wilde, young comedian,
entertained, and Rabbi Leon Kornish led the group in singing a song which he had written espe-
cially for the occasion. Seated at the speakers' tabla are (L to r. I Wilde, Seeve. Mrs. Goodman*
Stanley C. Mvers, chairman of the affair and toaslmaster: Dr. Goodman. Mrs. Mvers. Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose. Mr. Rose. ________ aMinor- stud;
Contest Will Select
'Miss Southern Maid'
Southern Wood Industries, Inc.,
manufacturers of Southern Maid
j kitchen cabinets and sink tops,
I last week launched a contest to
! select a "Miss Southern Maid."
The contest will continue on
WTVJ for the next 12 weeks.
The winner, to be selected on the
basis of personality, telegenic
beauty and talent, will reci Ivi
a free trip to New York where
she will apear on a number of
teevee programs emanating from
there.
Fishing is one of the industrli -;
which will expand rapidly under
the impact of the S500.000.000
State of Israel Independence
Bond Issue. Israel's catch of fish
, has almost doubled during the
past vear, and will increase even
more quickly in the very near
future. In the past two years, Is-
w
-7
"t
r Satin
July tf
es for Seymour
Id Miami Beach
3 died July 5 at
SDital. were held
last Friday af-
ternoon at Riv-
erside Memorial
Chapel. Rabbis
Leon Kronish
and Irving Lehr-
m a n officiated
at the services.
Mr. Satin, who
had been a pa-
tient at the hos-
pital since June
11 when he un-
derwent major
surgery, came to
13 years ago and
as a certified pub-
A graduate of the
pity of New York,
' in Miami Beach
i B'rith and Elks.
Bfrho lived at 4301
"venue, leaves his
. ildivn. Marv Ellen.
ircii Ksr e and Wendv
. Bfa' i
1 two Hh<
of
litnAies
Km m QETZ
r the Alcasar Hotel,
w i hospital Mon-
- mii \ i\ ,'ii by his
son, Mon m !: .
Irwln Lleberman,
|rn; "ii. brother, Her-
aini three sisters, Mrs
Bronx, Mi I 1- ,iliny
ntinawlclc, N J., and
ike, of Brooklyn. Mr.
per of Hibiscus Lodye
Jahal Shrin.-, Qreatei
Association, Miami
K. hrervici i were held
Riverside," W Fiair-
Btreet, conducted by
rot. Masonic nea* -' ea
K' 'SKNBERI5
ii'ii.in Avenue, passed
7th following n hearl
i fruit dealer. Bur-
He, Beatrice, The re-
fcnt to New fork for
ht.-irri.in by Beach Me-
iv.ir Alton It.rad.
IAN sirccrci.
inn New York, passed
(th in a local hospital,
wife, Ida; two sons*
fThr remains were sent
|fnr services and Inter-
Memorial Chapel, ISS0
II' UPSHETZ
K i:> -l If t Avenue, passed
pih He was a retired
or women's i-inthiii>r.
v ii.-. v. n.i He lived
ri ) ,r r-s. The remains
,\. w York for services
B by Beach Memorial
Uton Road
Jkwik PALMER
\v. Both Street, passed
. Bhe is survived by her
Max and Henry, and
st.th and Mips
Services were held at
Riverside," \V. Klaaler
st, conducted by Rabbi
! Interment tollowi ii
Cemetery,
jpl.B.N WINEBERQ
W. 7th Court, ims-re-1
h' brother, Albert, if
vat,- services were con-
Mlaml Riverside." w.
f Hut tl Sir. '
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PAGE 6 A
"Strictly Neighbors"
*L**i*tncridto!L.
Eileen Nathans Will
Wed Pfc. Herbert Hirscn
The encagement of Mi B|tee
,h.re one 0< 1". two "I1"1,^,"", ,he Caddj-
sgfc. watftrsa e: ss .* *
from Eutav Place. Baltimore; and Goucher College .
Do You gow-? two |f the st dents to the|
0 Smer class focused on the law of he press
g
tl If you merel taki I A *........-
for the Wash:,,, V J
pa( on Alton Road for a month,
that anaj :-
SP"CVoull now find Herman Johnson at the Family Bedding st
in Little Rivei
JU That it's Dave Guttman's brother-in-law. Herm Wiener, who's
ha'lowr.er o: Good Housekeeping Furniture and Appliances. Me
married Dave's sister Ilona Dave's got his hanosome head
buried thes3 days in the Coral Gables library's copy of Thucydidss.
F?rr:'v Trek-
r rr""y Clein clan went to Tampa for tne t> Sn
: sh ;. i Miami's Murray Dubbin t Quill i -
!d by publisher R ein with .
ily, ,i an I MarU: n and Buster S
.
Flyir.c Sparks: .
A cold war has always existed between motels and hotels.
for obvious competitive reasons. One powerful hotel association
ir 'he ration not local refuses to accept motels into member-
ship. It was really only a matter of time before the cold war
brcke oper. here, and it has. Spokesmen for the embattled fac-
tions" are Jack Salomon and Sam Rivkind. Hottest words deal
with the motels' cut-rate signs and road throwaways.
Jottings:
Th... Norman f the Shoi lam-Norman and R>>.ii
y, t back from i nttn ntal I >ui : six w< : went
to their Clinl L >oking in on h
nies N V rk is Mi M Hie Schumann, ; i nl in
B'n B'rith ind numerous worthy cau *; R085 S W
[f, the B eligible photog .. ,' %J
Mui.ayG i Anne, already b. t ,.'
tie. Their new home b n y.
Helpmatti? Inc.:
"Strictly Neighbors,'' last week, introduced you to Harry
and Sylvia Salzmanremember?
FRIDAY, JULY
DarJ
Dana L. Potani
Betrothal Reveal
Betrothal of Miss d*
beth Potamkin t A|vin
vine, son of Mr and Mrs.
Levine, Hamlet, N. c i
announced by her Pareil|
and Mrs. Leonard M p,
549 N. E. 59th Street.
.\
the son : Mr an I Mrs
1735 S I
SI
Natha
H 'r"* 1S
tional norary ; s -
I': Hi '.
versit- .f Floi the t -M
He i 'n '': I "<' El
j fraternity and is i
tationed al Tj I il A :
B I
Shirley Rae Smith
Betrothal Revealed
Am incement i : :

S Emanu Si itlin.
T le-i led I '
This is the group of handicapped humans who wish to help
thtmselveswith your help.
If you'd like to make a phone call direct to themwith offers
of something you own that no longer has any use for youI'd
lik-3 you to have the Salzman's complete address: 2288 S. W.
15th St. And their telephone is 48-1798. And I thank yal
I), ti. I Dental Assist ml As
., : VI Si sently
employed by D: Jack S-
and Fi ank Coret
Mr. SeitUn is th son I M
Mrs. Han Si tlin 537 s W 111
St. li atten li I Mi i H ,
School. Tulane l',
the University of Miami He is
ently in bu iness in H
Fl irida.
The
in the early fall
Tribute was paid to Mrs. Henry Seitlin for her "outstanding
servic-. to the community" by more than 150 of her friends at a
testimonial d.nner recently given in her honor by Pioneer
Wcmen Club No. One of Miami Beach. Pictured with the honor
guest 'seaijd. second from left are members of her family
and friends. Seated 1. to r ar Mr and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Mrs. Seithn. her husband. Standing are their children. Dr. and
Mrs Jack Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin and the Sam
Se.rlins.
I lagler-Granada
(*rou|) To Hold
Mouiilighi (rinse
h latjl) r-Grai
munity Centei
'
Saturd Julv 14. at I
N than Adelman,
announces that dancing and re-
vith arra
Mr J. Segal
Proceeds from thi
I
Mr*. P chard Roth
Home Rites Unite
Rieharcl Roths
Honeymooning In Kingston.
Jama i, an Mi and Mrs. Rich-
,. i R ith, whose wedding took
Sunday at 5 p. m at the
m's sister.
Mi David Catsman, 250 East
San Marino Drive, Miami Beach.
I). ,i .ph R Nar it read tho
: vice.
The bride is the M -
Rit i J ne M rris, 2111 S. W 14th
f Mrs Harry
i. la. Parents
Mr and
Mrs L li R th, 1513 West Flag-
li
Givei by her uncle
Ben Handli Sara ta, the bride
ttired in I allerina-length
down of white Chantilly lace
:. ned with off-the-ihoulde*
necklin-- ives were
if la Her fingertip
veil w is secured bj .. cap of lac*.
She t ai rii i .i w hite orchid and
stepl n >tis atop a bible.
Miss Sue Handler. Chicago, was
maid of honor for her cousin.
She wore a lavender o:ganza
i featuring an off the should-
klin and can i-'d yellow
. IIU
An In v. Roth of San Francisco
is brother's best man.
mediate family was
Afl the ceremony, a dinner
held at the Dei mo Hotel.
The formei Miss M irrii attend-
ed t h e University of Miami.
i member of Epsi-
lon s. ., Alpha a irority.
Mi R itl luata of Lmd-
sey H ipkin V rational School
: I mi n ber of the Coconut
Sailing Club. He served
Coast Guard for three
' fte-l [yean md is now
owner if .. service station in
I nut Gi v.-
I P vturn from their
in, the newlyweda will
I ) S W Bth Terrace.
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The bride-el. rt was grj|
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and attended Duke \M
where she was in the den
and a memb>-: i '. Alpha jjM
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ding in Augu-t he wiD
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Forest College .md recent
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the past yea: he -.as be
seareh assist:.!.! it Duke D
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)AY, JULY 13, 1951
*Jenisft fkrfUif
0
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner. 2835 Prairie Avenue, Miami
:h, are leaving Sunday for Atlantic City, where they will
id the remainder of the summer.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Skop returned this week from a
Ttion in the North. While away, the rabbi attended the
1 Conference cf American Rabbis in New London, Conn
* *
icationing at Osceola Lake Inn. Hendersonville, N. C,
s. Lona Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller end son!
Ida Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wieder and family, Mr
Mrs. Louis North and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blatt
* *
T. and Mrs. A. Kitzen left this week for a two-month vaca-
the North.
* *
. and Mrs. Harry Dorn of Springfield, Mass., are here
ating their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. They are
iouseguests of Mrs. Dorn's brother-in-law and sister Mr
Irs William Hechler cf Coral Gables. Married in Sprinq-
on June 27, 1926, the Doms are the parents of one son
kmald N. Dorn, who is now stationed in Okinawa
* *
dan Bittel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bittel, 3010 Alton
Miami Beach, is home after completing his second year
"ard Law School. During the summer, he will serve as
-uctor in the Summer Speech Institute, which he and
estin, recent graduate of Harvard Law School, founded
. *
Jlowing a visit with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Irs. George Goodfriend, Essex House, New York City
Id Mrs. Al Wise. 608 S. W. 18th Avenue, are vacation-
puncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C. They will return
|sxt week.
* *
rs. Murray Kaufman, 400 West 43rd Street, Miami Beach,
nughters, Joan and Mary Ann, have returned from a
* stay with her sister, Mrs. Milton Herman. Lawrence,
ighlight of their visit was a family reunion. Among the
were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A
Binder of Richmond. Va. Mrs. Binder is the former Rae
it. daughter of Mrs. Ethel Shochet of this city
* *
ph W Malek left Wednesday for Santa Susana. Calif..
he will attend the Brandeis Institute of Fine Arts
* *
us Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of
fcducauon. is leaving this week for his annual vacation.
Jl visit his relatives in Baltimore and lecture at the
^is Camp in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. He
f1 w Auaust to ,ackle toe problems of Jewish education
ter Miami for the school year of 1951-1952
* *
and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and family. 2450 S. W 2nd
- Klle^C119 thS SUmmer a' ^ SCeola Lake Inn- Hon-
* *
tot D. Pearl recently joined his wife and son. Michael,
Taggan Inn. N.C.. where they have been vacationinq.
iC Capt. Pearl Weiss, formerly of 1525 N.W. 33rd Street
iing a two-week leave at the Versaille Hotel. Miami
Capt Weiss, who is stationed at the Army Chemical
m Maryland, has been a WAC for nine years
* *
ie on a 14-day furlough is Cpl. Garvin Kleber, son of
Klebers. 1780 S. W. 12th Street. The young man is
at Craig Air Force Base, Selma. Ala.
*
Sation arrivals ct Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N. C,
iMr. and Mrs. Jack Isenberq, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bren-
and Mrs. Julius Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nei-
and Mrs. Carl Berkow and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller and daughter, Mrs. Blossom Fred, Max Coplon,
iniston and Jack Metzger.
* *
ie after a four-week tour of the West are Mr. and Mrs.
nsel. During the trip, Mr. Meisel. a former librarian
bority in the field, spent much of his time browsing
les. Highlight was a visit to Hunington Library, Pasa-
PAGE 7 A
Brunch Planned
en house brunch of
Id lox will be sponsor-
e Ladies Auxiliary of
sh-Miami Springs Jew-
aunity Center on Sun-
day, July 15, from 10 a. m. to
12:30 p. m. at the center.
Chairman is Mrs. Helen Lyons.
Tickets may be obtained from the
ticket chairman. Mrs. Charlotte
Avrach, telephone 88-6330.
& taste
KEACH
SCUT
Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD COMPANY
W. 7th Ave. Phon. 9 MSI
Planning p winter man.age is
Miss Audrey Stein, whose be-
trothal to Leonard Allen Ask
owits. ion of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Askowitz. 1525 Euclid
Avenue. Miami Beach, has been
announced by bw parents. Mr.
and Mrs. David Stein. 246 N.
W. 41st Avenue.
Judge Dubbin's Son Weds Tampa Girl
In Rites At Tampa Terraee Hotel
The Palm Room of the Tampa organdy bonnet. Orchids a ;i d
Terrace Hotel provided the set- stephanotis adorned her bible.
ting for the July 1 wedding of
Miss Helene Faye Shonbrun to
Murray Harrington Dubbin.
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick read the
double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
the Samuel Shonbruns of Tampa.
The bridegroom's parents are
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin,
2651 South Miami Avenue.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of embroidered
Miss Marilyn Haliczer, St.
Petersburg, was maid of honor
for her cousin. She wore a strap-
less ballerina-length gown of em-
broidered lavender taffeta with
matching stole and carried a cres-
cent bouquet of lavender and
purple asters. She wore a match-
ing cluster in her hair.
Mis Joyce Shonbrun, cousin of
the bride, and Miss Sandra Dub-
bin, sister of the bridegroom,
were bridesmaids. Their gowns,
white organdy fashioned with were bridesmaids. Their t,..
high collar and deep V-neckline. i similar to that of the honor ot-
The full skirt was gathered to tendant, were embroidered white
a cnualir t'111...i i.,..!,,... Li,,- .....;* orPanriv nvpr nink anH Kino af_
a snugly fitted bodice. Her waist-
length illusion veil fell from an
Michael Zukemick
Is Her Fiance
Jocelyn Planick
Wed In Lace, Net
White Chantilly lace over net
fashioned the wedding gown of
Miss Jocelyn Planick when she
became the bride of Burton Loebl
on July 8 at the Roney Plaza
Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
read the double-ring service.
The bride, the daughter of Mrs.
Minna Planick, 1749 Normandy
Drive, Miami Beach, wore a Rus-
sian tiara with a cluster of seed
pearls. Her veil was finger-tip v
length, and she carried a white
orchid atop a bible.
The maid of honor. Miss Mar-
lene Planick, wore an aqua crepe
cocktail-length dress, and Mrs.
Frederic B. Miller, matron of
honor, wore a pink taffeta cock-
tail-length dress.
Douglas Fein was best man.
The former Miss Planick at-
tended the University of Miami
and Corcoran Art School in
Washington. Mr. Loebl, son of
Mrs. Jack Fein, 8141 Crespi Blvd.,
Miami Beach .attended University
of Miami Law School. He is a
member of Alpha Phi Omega and
Nu Beta Epsilon.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica
and Haiti, Mr. and Mrs. Loebl
will reside in Miami Beach.
A reception and dinner at the
Roney Plaza followed the cere-
mony.
organdy over pink and blue taf-
feta respectively. Their bouquets
were of varying shades of pink
asters.
Bonnie Dubbin, sister of the
bridegroom, served as junior
bridesmaid in white organdy over
yellow taffeta. She carried a
miniature colonial bouquet.
Flower girl, Robin Dubbin, .in-
other sister of the bridegroom,
wore white organdy over green
taffeta. She carried a basket of
pink roses.
Judge Dubbin was best man ipr
his son. Groomsmen were Her-
man Shonburn, brother of the
bride, and Sidney Dubbin, ousin
, of the bridegroom. Ushers were
| Barry Gerber, Buster Silverman,
Mark Rubin and Joe Clein.
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Israel's foreign trade will grow
by leaps and bounds under the ]
impact of the $500,000,000 State I
ot Israel Bond Issue. Substantial j
growth has already been shown
since the State was established.
The Port of Haifa, for example,'
is now handling cargo amounting
to about 6,000 tons a day, as com-
pared with a daily tonage of 3,000 ;
in 1949, and only 1,000 in 1948.
Sunya Arden Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon of
New York and Connecticut an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Sunya Arden, to Mich-
ael Zukerniuk, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Zukernick, 3134
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach.
The bride elect is an alumna,
of the Ber.tley School, N. Y., and
is now attending the University;
of Miami .where she is a mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. |
Mr. Zukernick is a graduate of'
Miami Beach High School and\
the University of Miami School I
of Business Administration and'
will graduate from the University j
Law School in February. He is
a member of Pi Lambda Phi and
Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary legal I
fraternity. He is also an editorial
board member of the Miami Law
Quarterly.
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IY. JULY 13. 1951
JewishIhrkh^r
PAGE 9 A
etters To The Editor
Loyalty
EDITOR Jewish Floridian
It has been well recognized
lat our Jewish community of
greater Miami possesses a
purd "Jewish heart" and a keen
Merest in the development and
y-ogress of Jewish activities in
i that some of the comparatively
few people who guide the affairs
and destinies of their respective
I congregations are ope-ly or se-
ly regretted that some of those j cretly hostile to having a Hebrew
serving on the educational boards School at all. and at best, use the
of local Hebrew Schools, acting | l^J^XCSe^r^To
either with the passive approval | the fold. Thus the public is fet-
or with the active initiation and | quently Minded to the fue COO-
Center Danee Proceeds Earmarked
For Repairing Dynamite Damage
participation oi some of the Prin-
cipal-Directors, have seen it mor-
t ally fit to cause several of these
is area. It is upon this assump- MCelMot teachers to be unem-
nor, rather convictionthat! P'oved y engaging instructors,
- following appeal to all Miami or st'lf-stylcd instructors, from
s of conscience is based. ther cities. Very often these per-
is you doubtlessly know,' BC"B come to Miami for personal
re exists here a highly profes- j reasons such as vacations or di-
nal organization, known as the vorces, and so are ready to share
fcbrcw Teachers Association of i V,-'tn 'hese institutions in throw-
hater Miami, the purpose of!in# a" professional ethics to the
rich is to elevate the status of.ulnci:i- There is good reason to
ebrew culture and educators ~S1{cve that Prsc j1 friendships
}t only in Greater Miami but wi"1 those new arrivals have also
ditions. Such Hebrew Schools are
nort worthy of the name.
We strongly urge you, as par-
ents and -tc rested laymen, to
investigate the situation in your
own congregation Protest against
such procedures. Before register-
ing your children next fall, find
out. first of all. whether their He-
brew teacher is competent fc his
Hebraic learning and pedagogy.
Even if he is, ask yourselves
whether you want your child to
be influe. .-ed by a person who
Funds for repairing the dam-
age caused by a dynamite blast
at the Tifereth Israel Northside
Jewish Center will be raised at
a dar.ce and buffet, to be spon-
sored by center members on Sun-
day, July 15, at 8 p. m. at the
air-conditioned Electricians Hall.
1657 N. W. 17th Avenue.
Barry Davis and his orchestra
provide music for dancing, and
kosher refreshments will be in-
| eluded in the price of admission.
Tickets are $1.25. Prizes and en-
tertainment will be on tap.
Dave Epstein and Ralph Hol-
lander are chairmen of the af-
fair, and Rose Gold is in charge
of tickets.
Reservations may be made by
calling 84-5709 or 82-3294.
only in Greater Miami but wii inosc new arrivals nave also unethically takes away the live-
where as well. It is proud to P'a.vcd a significant role in these ijnood of fine and loval tekrhXr.
ounce that it is an affiliate' appointments. S h^Vn.rthc. I o
nch of the Hebrew Teachers A. i who suffers? Not only the "
ieration of America, which unemployed, deserving teachers
ves the same function on a j of our Association but you the
;ional level in. the United \ parents, and your children, who
ttes. Many of our members
(re eminent qualifications, hav.
obtaired their professional
are frequently put l- the hands
of 'teachers" who lack all the
necessary background. Our Asso-
rtingat some of the outstand- elation is in actual possession ol
colleges and universities certain docuir.erts which reveal
Dughout the worldHarvard, that some non-member "Hebrew
[Soibonne, Boston University,, teachers" never went bevond the
College of New York, Yes- elementary level of Hebrew
University and Teachers' In-! schools themselves, ard cannot
ptc. the Hebrew Teachers'j even spell, write, speak, or un-
Bgcs of Boston and Balti- derstand the language. One con-
as well as famous schools gregation wert so far as to em-
Jerusalem and the cultural ploy a man who is primarily clas-
ers of Europe. They have sified as a cantor, and who is so
all types of higher aca- ignorant of Hebrew and Hebrew
lc degrees, both in Hebrew
secular fields of knowledge,
need hardly be stated that
preparation entails many
teaching that, as we are told on
excellent authority, he is incap-
able of imparting to the students
. more than a most elementarv
years of study and self-sac- j knowledge of prayer reading.
tyears devoted to the noble f This individual was engaged be-
II of transmitting our peo- j cause his singing voice pleased
heritage not only to the the Personnel Committee. His
iger generation but also to TEACHING background and
present adult generation. lability was not even examined,
fspite all this, it is to be sore- i In several cases, it is obvious
local community.
Sincerely yours.
HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCI-
ATION OF GREATER MIAMI
Louis Gadon
President
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4 iii-oui <> lo Israel
Editor. The Jewish Floridian
You may leave the city of Mi-
ami behind you, but you neve;
lose contact with its peoole.
The first day we arrived ir
Now York we met Mr. Abraham
Cohen, long time tourist visitor
to Miami. At the visa office we
were welcomed by Lou and Bess
Glasser who had arrived there
before us.
At the dairy restaurant on
Broadway today, we were greet-
ed by Finley and Ray (nee Sho-
chet, remember?) Binder. They
send their regards to fellow Flor-
idians.
Shall I say it is good to be in
New York? It is, yet already we
miss our many Miami friends,
and the incomparable Miami
weather. ,
Vet, it is warm where you are,
but we prefer it to the muggy,
rainy weather which chills our
bones. Don't you prefer techni-
color to black and white movies?
Well, New York is black on
white. Miami is glorious techni-
color.
From the look of things we
shall feel quite at home in Is-
rael. So many of our acquain-
tances are going there this sum-
mer. Even my father-in-law. Dr.
Schonleld, will be there as a
delegate to the Mizrachi conven-
tion.
It is wonderful to be am
Jews. I have Jjad occasion to
visit a number of institutional
offices here before embarking.
But the Israeli visa office is uni-
que. You are among "\ ui own"
there. No formality; no red ti
You are with your fellow Jews.
For example, we were given a
number on our entrance. But
who pays attention to numbers?
As soon as we had filled out our
form we went to the cashh
We were told to return in three
days for our visa. But we men-
tioned that Mr. Krone, the de-
partment head, was a friend ol
ours. We got the visa in twenty
minutes together with some bad-
inage.
Well, Freddie, we are wander-
ing Jews. So far we love it.
Moses Mescheloff
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rap*v. july 13,
PAGE 18 A
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How to
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1. W-ir bod ith <.-t !':ni
filled ith i.r l.iht enouh to
be impended ia -iter. Fill the
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Israel falls f9r
Indosinrl jei
(Continued jrom Paat j.J
president of the university
Dr Everett R. Clinchv, pr
of the National C infer***"
Christians and Jews
It will start its
tember they said Its pr0f
wH T-ade possible, they exnUi
ed. through the combined 'Jtl
, cmg of the Phil adelphii"a
office of tKe national conferaL
the University of l'-nnvlv3
and Albert M. Grecnit-ld, a i
delphia realtor and civic lc
The governing body of tt*(g
ter is an executive co-runm
consisting of two it-presenuti
each from the university, thai
tional Cnifwrcsic | CHrkn
and Jews and the tonunS
Dr. M?rtin W. Chw rowsk?
Columbia University, has 'j
named director.
Employed Gentleman]
Would like to ihare his 2-bedJ
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+Jenis) fk>ridttan
;hiva University Medical School
!e Affiliated With Bronx Hospital '
4EW YORKYeshiva University's Medical School will be
in the Bronx, adjacent to and affiliated with the city-
teored $36,500,000 Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, it was'
Dun., ., here by Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of the university.
Belkin accepted the proposal made by Mayor Vincent Impel-
|i that the new medical,
bl affiliate itself with the iby. Priva,e initiative under re-
fited Bronx 750-bed general IlisioUs sponsorship makes it a
itnl and 500-bed tuberculosis i s'8nal advance and I waftt to
[,, now bein, erected | CUTS *& fiSSft
who have a part in this noble
cause," the governor said.
Mr. Dewey declared: "This tre-
mendous undertaking by Yeshiva
is so heartwarming because it
comes at a time of challenge, of
international stress and of per-
sonal stringency in the finances
of so many of our people. It
comes at a time when we are
all gravely concerned with the
very existence of our free so-
ciety and under the threat of
i total war. Yet, we forge steadily
benefit of the sick in our forward."
nd the world over," th<4. Other speakers at the dinner
f said. included Former Borough Presi-
i projected $10,000,000 Ye- dent of Manhattan Samuel Levy,
University Medical schoo), I chairman of the University's
st such school to be estab- j Board of Trustees, and Charles
* in the nation under Jew- {* Silver, vice-president, Amer-
-ipices, will mark the initial I lc_an Woolen Company, dinner
^-pupf the University's $25,000,- ; chairman. Roger .W. Straus, a
1 i 0 Medical Center expansion .member of the State Board of
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Ith Yeshiva University and
It.v have much to gain from
tnarriage. The patients in
hospital will be assured of
highest type of professional
lion. The people of the city
Know that their money for
hepital is being well-spent
besides doing a good job
loviding the finest quality
fcdical service, the active
Trig and research that will
|in the hospital will rebound
Bni designed to include col-
I of medicine, dentistry,
t, public health and post-
|te divisions.
permission for Yeshiva
Bity, the first American
Sity under Jewish auspices.
Regents, formally presented the
charter to Dr. Belkin.
A MOST HAPPY BIRTHDAY
JOSEPH JACOBS
TRUE FRIEND
GREAT HUMANITARIAN
*.
ON BEHALF ar HIS COUNTLESS
i RIENDS fHIS PLAQUE IS
PRESfNTiD CN HIS
SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY
AS AN EXPRESSION OF
' = Fi -'.' IT0Dt FOR HIS DISTINGUISHED
SERVICC iu THE FOOD INDUSTRY
DAVE KIVIAT
ABE KRASNF
LOU GUMPERT
ED SMIIH
'GIL"GILBEFU
JACK EVANS
HiNRY H EIf V A N
BOB BFNNET1 j
CURT G A ER
MAY 2 8, 1 9 5 V
Sorority Alumnae
Honor Nat'I Prexy
luct programs'in "me-dTcaJ Tatf ^Hf""1^ f ?** ^^
nfal rrliir-.tinn lmHina iX xau SOIoriiv honored their na-
I Kr.'.'-: V,f DrX, ofMod- |,0nal P"***".. Mrs. John E.
:.' El WkW* of D* & JEm VffLH8 Miami Juniors
The bronse plaque pictured above was presented to Joseph
Jacobs, head of a New York advertising agency, on his birthday.
Mi. Jacobs, who specializes in merchandising products for the
Jewish market, is e frequsni Miami Beach winter visitor.
'Voice Of The Turtle'
To Reopen Friday Night
Kerv (DDSI cimo it > lng ana luncneon at the Sea Isle "_"
W the state1 Bolrd of ft "ft* ** Thurs-, Tf llolfl lUII4<
I Decemher IS iQsn N dav' Ju,v 12- at 12 noon. ...
[by action of the same ta'ua *$%* M" mert W F i"g .at_th *" being bought back by popu-
The Studio M production of
John Van Druten's three-charac-
I by action of the same i flumna of a Southern university
4^H to serve as president of the in-
1 fcjelkin and Mayor Impel-
spoke at the University's
is Dinner held in the
Valdsjff-Astoria to celebrate the
P> of the charter by the
'Board of Regents empow-
. the"1" university to open
il end Dental Schools. The
Bsts present pledged more
E.000,000 to the project.
krnor Thomas E. Dewey
Ted the major address.
Ing the dinner, the uni-
_J held a special convoca-
|t which Mr. Dewey re-
the honorary degree of
I of Laws.
y the launching of a new
and dental school is of
rento Hotel, Miami Beach, on 'lar demand for a week's run be-
Sunday. July 15, at 8 p. m. ginning Friday, July 13. The p
Music will be provided by Mai *hl?,h *'f* a nao?>& access
alkin and his orchestra. Dance \ g^Zl tfWLKftS
ter-.ational college -sorority. She
is now making her home in
Miami.
Mrs. Leslie Bukstel o f f e r e d I Malkin and his o m" Thoatr""
vocal selections, accompanied atHf* and P"zes, as well as, ird Road C,, 1 o-.hipl
thP nia hvr Mre Mv,.t a floor show featuring rlar.ro ; B,ra Koaa' (-01al t,ablcs-
Listen to
WFEC
Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 11-12 A.M.
the piano by
Mathcs.
Mrs. Herbert
Lawn, Party Slated
Southwest Democratic League
will hold an open house and lawn
party on Saturday, July 14, at 8
p. m. at the home of its presi-
dent, Norman R. Lyons, 1624 S.
W. 17th Terrace.
Max Friedson is in charge of
Cast includes Nancy Meltzer,
Round Table Discussion
Will Be Aired Saturday
Mrs. Marie Volpe will have a
round table discussion on the
"Pop" concerts Saturday,. July 14.
. ...inuuu ij, ... maigt vii at 6:15 p. m. over station WKAT.
arrangements. Serving on the en- Her guests will be John Bitter,
tprtammpnt anri Hr\critalit\r n^m- r*r\r*A%%nir<** .....i imi nf~..:_ r>_^_
a floor show featuring dance
exhibitions, are on the agenda. -\ *;"* nauiiji ui,
Sylvia Cohen is chairman of ; Mai"in Cason and George Keath-
the event. | ly. who also handled the direc-
tion.
tertainment and hospitality com-
mittee are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
II might even say in- Thayer, Mrs. Agnes Breig, Mrs.
inal importance. That the Norman Blakely, Mrs. Helen
pool should be launched I Fried and A. Demeter.
Ben Gurion Speech
To Be Aired Sunday
A transcription of Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion's
speech at the National Press Club
in Washington will be heard on
Morris Nasatir's Yiddish Classical
Hour on Sunday, July 15, from


conductor, and Jesus Maria San-
SB Stlnda? eVening^Sy f&tftt*
A^um1.13"11 B"Bh MU' JJSjiSf f P-
---------.______________________________________________________of Israel, a transcribed series
m m. _, prepared by the Israel Office of
K-I^Ong l * of Nasatir's program.
Oneg Shabbat Slated
Miami Beach Young Zionist
District will hold its weeklv Oneg
Shabbat Friday, July 13, at 8:30
p. m. in the patio of the Carlt n
Hotel. 1.33 Collins Avenue Mi- i
ami Beach.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Kita Auerba '-|
The organization will hold a
committee meeeting Tui
July 17. at 8:30 p. m. at the Mi-
ami Bcaeii Jewish Center. Thi
fund rajaing committee will c i
plete plans for a Hawaiian di i
to be held on Sunday. July 29,
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Bnni
AUTO SEAT COVERS
TOPS, ETC.
PICK UP AND DELIVERY
SERVICE
Now Located at
2341 No. Miami Ave.
Phon 3-2389
"Tic futin Workmanship
.:' Materials"
Jree buildings are covered by Economy ExttMBtorf' one-block-long nylon tent, used in
mnatins dry wood termites and ether insects Ujat might infest the buil&ings. The tightly
nylon contains the fumigating gas used in the destruction of insect oests. On exposure
t i 9w !* Q'",pated immediately, eliminating any danger in the avent that the tent is
iruiy wolen. owner of Economy Exterminators, i'-aise this method of extermination.
rje got to cover the building." he says, "so that a fumigating gas will reach into every crack
TuL f"Wing for a period of 24 hours. Such a concentration of gas is guaranteed to
-rmites and all other insects. We know of no other manner in which these property destroy-
ets can tie eliminated. .
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOJljCf UNDER FICTITIOUa
Name law
NOTICE !: I!i.;;i:i:y UIVEN
' dc Irlng i iil.i.,.
of .MI-MI Ll'.N'l "IIIW INE1 li: .
Miami, Ploi,
ti r said nan i ;th the
Clerk ..i the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Harlda.
RAMTKL SAPERfeTEIN
J.KWIs WiX
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for MI-HI Luncheonette
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buainess Hinder thi fictitious i-uii.-
of MIAMI TRADING \- KXI'ORT
Co. at 3"7 N. K Pfrsl Street, Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerji or the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
CIHIACd PESTAKA
AI-HKItTi.viAL.VEK
7/1J-IO-I7 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desirinK in eu^.m--
:ti business smder the fictitious name
..I SILVER-BUD SPECIALTY CO. at
1H54 8 w. xlnd Terrace, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to reajstat said name with
th< Clerk of rh.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
S AM TEL BILVERMAN
SARAH SILVERMAN
MURRAY BUDNER
I I
MYERS, MKI.MA.V ,\ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applli
Beybold Bids
7 13-20-37 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is iiii: v IIVEN that
i undei Hlaned, desii to engage
m undei the flctltlo ime
1 IA< K Mi ILDINQS at 1314 S \v
1 d
Ith the Clerk the < .it
m Dade i I Ploi
JOSE1 :i il s> MAN
Sole i >.
MYERS, HEIMAN & K V.PLAN
v
I .'.I Bl
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CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
I vLL T< > W'llci.M Til KSE P tES-
9 SI [ALL I 'I >M E, IIREE
oertl
n na d 'ohen, Mli I : ch, I
' Cohen, Bi x. v
' !ohen. i li oklyn, N I
n the i ith da) of .March, A D.
. ause to be ncorpoi st< .
Ions "( Chai lei 10091
Florid vcl : .'I -
SH 'X i IF I i.i IRIDA, IN<' a
th its i.i ini o i
Miami I ly,
i lii the Btate "f f oi la, and I
the proper officers of such ( "
A I >.
Cause t.> be i
FTorl la, s duly i
ipted bj thi
' r the prov lslon r na Id I
I .Acts 0
.i
l on sjd Uie Bei l
1 )< that
IN \\ ITNE8S W HEREOF, I have
- Ian
the
:. of Florida, .it Tallah
the i "apltal, th the th rd
of July, A. D
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BI^Vi'K. I'EARI.MAN ^ COOl
385 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
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Capital Spotlight
lU^WISltUtlliQlPldljIQllQ The Oil Situation In The Middle East
B, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, JULY 13. 1951
SEC. E
mi Teen-AgersLeave For Israel
ibeth Slmkowitz, Marcia
id Dolores Chernoff were I
Je first group of 20 teen- |
ig Judaeans to take off]
llewild Airport. N.?w I
^i two months of study, I
work in Israel as part',
kal Young Judaea's Su.n-
fcrael program.
Yth. age 15. who resides
tftx Bench with her par-1
and Mrs. I. Simkowitz.
active in the Chaim'
kn and Beersheba chap-!
loung Judaea for the past
lars. For the past vear
has been the president
snior Judaea Council of
liami and was recently
Iraeli Projects chairman
Southern Region of
tid.ua. Elizabeth attends
each High School.
) M the daughter of Mr.
H Herman Gross of Mi-
ami Beach, has been active in
the Chaim Weizmann group of
Young Judaea and has held the
office ol secretary. Marcia If 13
and attends Miami Beach High
School.
Dolores, age 14. who resides in
Miami with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, has been
active in the Hatikvah club of
Young Judaea. Dolores attends
Shenandoah Junior High School
and is a second year student at
the Hebrew High School.
The teen-agers, accompanied
by staff personnel, will center
their two-month visit at Meiei
Shfeyah b children's \illage
sponsored by Jr. HaddSsah 1
this point, they will participate
in trips to vari >us cities and im-
portant areas, under guidance of
Israeli leaders.
American Jew Named To
Head Oxford Law School
NEW YORK(AJP)A profes-
sor of law this week became the
first American to be elected t >
head one of the colleges at Eng- i
land's famous Oxford University I
and the second American Jew to
become a King's Counsel.
Prof. Arthur L. Goodhart,
nephew of Senator Herbert Leh-
man, became a professor of law
at University College of Oxford
in 1930. Since then his fame as
an expert in the common philo-
sophy underlying British and
American law has spread until
Prof. Goodhart has become one
of the most respected membeis
of thte Oxford faculty.
Aside from being the first
American to head the Oxford
faculty of law, Goodhart is also
one of the few Americans ever
to be knighted and the second
American Jew ever to be named
a King's Counsel (a barrister
taking special preeminence in
an English court). The first
nan Jew t i be so i
was Judah Benjamin, onetime
secretary of the C mfederacy
durng the American Civil War
who fled to England, became a
British subject and rose to fam<
in English legaldom.
Medical School
Plans Are Set
Ironing out past differences
concerning Miami's long-p.o-
jected medical school, county,
civic, university and medical
groups have agreed to let Amer-
ican Medical Association offi-
cials draw up plans for the new
shool.
The medical school committee
of the Chamber of Commerce has
agreed that the major portion of
the school should be centered
around Jackson Memoiial Hos-
pital and that the school should
probably be run under the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Date for the opening of the
school has been set for Septem-
ber 1, 1952. Definite plans await
recommendations of AM A ex-
perts.
The State and Defense Departments may soon bring pressure to
btar on Egypt to open the Suez Canal to Israel-bound tankers >
that the Haifa refineries may resume operations. Great concern Is
hit here over Egypt's sabotage of the Haifa refineries. The con-
cern has developed since trouble began in Iran where the world's
greatest refineries arc threatened.
The British Government is particularly upset over the non-
use of the Haifa facilities, which are owned by British and Dutch
ii terests, and which have been virtually unused since the Arab
economic boycott was levied against Israel in 1948. Because the
tremendous Iranian refineries are in jeopardy, the eyes of the
world have turned to the refineries of Israel, which are the third
largest in the Near East. The refineries in Israel are closed solely
by Arab spite.
There has even been talk in Haifa and Washington of a canal
which has been proposed between Haifa and Aqaba so that the
Suez Canal may be by-psssed.
Although the State Department and England are irate with
Egypt over blocking the flow of essential oil from Western Euro-
pean del* nse needs, I ey arc treading cautiously because of their
desire to swing the Arab world from its position qf neutralism into
the Western camp. The Arabs have been appeased over the Hul< i
issue in Israel, ar.d in other ways, but it is now realized that firm
pressure must be brought to bear to open the canal for oil shio-
ments to Israel.
It is only natural that the west would want to use the 4.000,000
annual tons of refinery capacity at Haifa since the British are be-
ing kicked out of their Iranian refineries. At Haifa, facilities exist
for g production to 9,000,000 tors per annum. A pipeline
t i Haifa from Iraq has been unused since 1943, because of Iraqi
isal to pump oil ai rot Israi ; t< rritory. The Iraqis have persisted
in their spitework; in defiance of the terms of their contract with.
Iraq Petroleum Co., which is owned by British, French, Dutch,
and Ann l iean interests.
The Haifa refineries lay completely idle until 1049 when the
: ment, for its own requirement, began to import quan-
I oil by tanker from other sources. The refine::- ;
since been working at less than thirty per cent of capacll ,
producing oil only for Israel's essential domestic needs.
A few months ago Geoffrey Lloyd, a member of Parliament,
estimated that the Arab embargo on oil for Israel caused a loss
of over S200.000.000 in over three years. Anthony Eden estimated,
at that time, that the loss to the British alone was no less than
2C 000.000 pounds that year. However, the value of the refineries
are no longter calculated in terms of dollars and pounds alone,
but also in terms of defensive needs and survival.
France, which used to get a minimum of 750,000 tons of crude
oil per year at the Haifa pipelines terminal, is now obliged to meet
this lack by importing oil from elsewhere against dollar payments.
When workng at full capacity, the Haifa refineries are able t >
sustain a number of petroleum-chemical industries in the Haifa
area. For this reason the Israelis are particularly anxious to see the
refineries resume operations. It would do much to relieve Israel's
economic plight.
Both Washington and London are aware that the Haifa re-
fineries are now strategically important and that the Arab block-
ade is a bottleneck to Western defense preparations. It would
cost SIOO.000,000 to build the Haifa refineries today. The con-
struction time would be long and materials would t-e difficult to
obtain.
As far back as last year, large and powerful shipping interests
joined with the owners of the Haifa refineries in urging Britain
and America to take action to open the Suez Canal to the com-
merce of all nations. Now the Iranian crisis has forced a showdown.
It is simply impossible to appease the Arabs on this issue at the
expense of Israel. This doesn't involve Israel nearly as much as it
does the defense of the Atlantic Pact nations.
Warehouseman Reeeives S.%00
Award From Food Fair Stores
A warehouseman for Food Fair i Warehouse, 50 N.W. 14 Street.
garnered his prize for suggesting
Stores, Inc., was presented a re-
cord-breaking S500 suggestion
award by the company.
Norman FiSke. 110 N.W. 9th
Ave., a Miami resident for 18
years, employed in Food Fair's
a method of storing additional
merchandise in the existing space
through welding t w o single
stacking racks together.
Fiske was presented the check
by A. J. Maloff, branch manager
of the Florida Division, at a
special ceremony Saturday.
His award was the biggest made
by the food concern since the
inception of its suggest! m plan
seven years ago. Maloff st.
that he was doubly pleased that
the award was presented in his
area, as Fiske's suggestion award
not only solved a serious problem
but also illustrated the advan-
tages of this suggestion plan. He
further stated that everone is
eligible for this award from bag
boy to executive.
Food Fair operates seven ti n
super-markets in Florida, em-
ploying over 1,000 South Florida
. lents. and a total of 12'J sir
markets through out its
state territoi y.
fhesc first picture; of Ben-Gurion's l^turn to Israel from
ind tour of the United States on behalf of the SS00,
Hsrael Bond Drive, the Israeli i'jader is shown being
py citisens of the Jewish state as he preoaies to tackle
domestic problems awaiting him on the home front,
picture history of B-G's activities during the first sev-
of his return to Israel: (I) The Premier's anxious
dson breaks the ranks, during the playing of Hatik-
t across the air field to the s;de of his grandparents
who the little boy believes have been away "too long;" (2) B-G
inspects the guard of honor at Lydda Airport, including smartly-
attired sub-machir.e gun toting Israeli WACs and a raval con-
tingent; '3 The Prime Minister waves to the crowds lined
along the flag-bedacked Allenby Road in Tel Aviv; (4) Flash-
ing a quiet smile, B-G replies to a "welcome home" address at
the municipality building in Tel Av;v; (S) The route from Lydda
to Tel Aviv was lined with cheering crowds. B-G obliged with
friendly wav Amerli-an Jewish Pr<\iji Photo.
Jewish GI. Who Enlisted
At 15. Killed In Korea
On Eve On 23rd Birthday
PHILADELPHIA (AJP) A
young Jewish marine wh
his age to join the service -
years ago at 15 was killed in
i tion last week, several days shy
of his 23rd birthday.
The servicen an, ni I two
Jewish casualties reported in I
latent War Department lists, was
Cpl. Irving Rippen, 22. the only
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rip-
pen. Rippen would have been 23
on June 28.
Enlisting at the age of 15,
I Rippen was discharged at'
two-and-a-half years of servi
I Later he enlisted in the Marine
I Corps, the Jewish Exponent, lo-
j cal English-Jewish weekly re-
ported.


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FRIDAY, JULY 13
Russia Hits Israel Throu3r Emigration Ban
In 1949 and 1950. with inl '
Zionist purses reaching hvst
proportions in Eastern Eu
the I'd began I
en .-: iti in A ries I -
rted.
Item Th- Jewish Te
Agency reported that tw i
youths ''' re shot l '" b-v
h Communists when
,bout other and urgent ;
tried to
Communists
-s the Rum.;:
r with the ulti-
in Kumanw naa sei u^ a a,,-...-.
ntier guard to keep emig
b md for Israel fi rig the
try; the guards were report-
ed to be tough, fanatical, 'and
trigger-happy In the firs: two
months of 1949. they shot live
nd caught sixty othei in-
cluding several women. A.l re-
. d speedy trials in the Peo-
ple's Court, and all were sen-
:.. ; to prison terms.
Item: In Poland, what
Communist paper called a "sober-
ing-up process." was directed
against those who wanted to
the country. The campaign
had several typical features >1
Communist rule. First there
were public "confessions" by
hundreds ol Jews who ha
(or pass ige to Isra that I
had "ei red" or been 'misled by
list busybodies." ^nd that
they now understood they
be 'better off in thi n peo-
ple's Poland." Anothe
I of the governn en1
linst Z. :.. I-
utbreak of a I
munist technique: chil
nouni ii their i
ter a nt I i the p ipe 'jfgang
Jewisl "
. .-. : ithei
is ti ying to forc< to
. ii : : : : 1
is pi :.:
-
lealist. but becau
Z

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: to go 1

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that "we will
istan ind make it
. plel
front-1 in
Iten ::. four 1 : -
.
in 1949 ...
lit
itelj
.nd that tl
n<.t in oi dei A ne
was sent with "'ti.
in pi ;. .,:. | \
any chargi
igainst then S
bands of strong-
Rumanian cap:! |] f Buc!
had inv;i led tl
fourteen Zioni I
the city an I ejecti I per-
sonnel. Aftei
and
the Run ti Zionist
lion went out of busn
whili the Isra
: artist n imi d R< i,
' ting in-
terview with Ana Paukei
('on.!!.:,:, t amazon
boss ol Run. I W :.
alii d on hei .
about art for
Finally, he said, "'
inten tii
Mad.in: Ministei
- iling benitir.^ Mrs -
problems
,?" When the an
indicated that he wanted 1
oration I
' '
portnat matter,MSh< thenj
at her wal h in I inl
:.;>_ interview was it an
From then on, 1
atives in Ru-
but a rate
Item: The American J
Committee protested early thu
deportation of 20.000
prisoners -.r. i inmates Hun-
garian internment cente:
Soviet Labor Camps A
percentage of the 20.000
Hungarian Jews waiting : ir a
chance to emigrate to Is
Onlv ir recent months mi-
gration been resuir.ei ft im Ru-
nunu and Hungary )n a very
limited scale
Once the "honeymwn" was
over, the world Communist
movement began to make it clear
that the young republic : Isi .
was in danger of losing its inde-
pendencethat :s. in dani
direct aggression. The tsi leli
Communist party has always in-
sisted that the U.S.S.R. would i
main friendly. -Soviet _su]
of Israel's independent
lo< al C mm mist ?t it ss n "is
b.ised n > s tun i md u
friendship." T, ti: ity I
..-. this 5t it
..;. th it ''.
Id ideas about indej

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Next weekt "
idu
n-nt '
democracy of I-
lluroau Publishes
School Calendar
The calendar fo
Jewish schools of G te Miami
ut been pu J by the
Bureau >i Jewish F lucation
Registrati in at all schools will
be held from September 4 tr-
ie, with classes begining at Heb-
rew tember 10.
ind t S in : ly 5 Sept-
ember lti The S in hool ye..:
will include 31
May 25. 1952. ..nd the four-da
week ifternooi will in-
clude 136 sesi ns, en ling in June
5 iy, the total for the
I :t_'
Inl ''
II :i. 23,30 at the
V thletic can
val; Jewish Musi Fe tival in
i, 195 unity He-
Iraduat I
Id M ..- I
ill scl
lays, ai rial
Cantor Kelemer
Praises Sehool
Of Sared >lusie
Enthu etui .wernent was
given giu wek
fo the H......w Union Schoo1 J
. ;,; New \ork b>
Cantoi Samuel Keleme presi-
dent : Cant Association
[Great Mi n
Car.:- Ki l< mer, who :...> ju returned from a visit I i New
: ,m the graduate* of the
f Sacred Mini.
invested
. ,a : .v weeks ago by the
school, a part of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
Religion of Cincinnati and New
York, have been placed in Ortno-'
|ox Consen itive and Reform
Synagogues
It i< most encouraging to US
here." he added, "that one of;
th,. members of this first gradu- ,
.,hn>; class has Ix-en engaged to
fill a post in Greater Miami.
Cantor Irving Robinson, who was
i ited as cntor on June 17..
will begin his duties as cantor
at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
:::. month. :
Builders o! Immortal
Memorials for the
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Look For the 2-Story Vi'h.ie
Building
THURMOND
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CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-0249
Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
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Every Sunday from : :3 3
Wednesday & Frida ,
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WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M
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AY, JULY 13. 1951
-JmistincrMi&n
PAGE 3 B
te off Israel Dollar Bonds Used
Rent Keeurity By New York Firm
I f ,}STaf Doll!r Bo"?s i 'or the development of the fast-
ing offered as rent security I
Ite
parton's, leading New York
candy store, it has been
jnced by Herbert Tenzer,
lan of the Board of the
ctionary manufacturing and
ing firm.
Eton's which has 49 out-
tas required to deposit sec-
with landlords under the
of the leases for a number
esc stores. These funds are
escrow against fulfill-
turn
)f the retailer's lease. Mr.
has communicated with
[landlord and asked his
lent to permit Barton's to
tute the Israel Bonds for
securities now deposited.
i's has agreed to execute
{reement necessary to give
to the landlord's consent,
rill accept the Bonds as a re-
the security at the ex-
n of the lease.
est growing democracy in the
world, and will enable the
country to absorb hundreds of
thousands of new immigrants in
a short period of time," Mr.
Tenzer added
Beach Hotel Owners
Protest False Ads
A resolution protesting the ac-
tion of all hotels, motels and
apartment houses situated out-
side the city limits of Miami
Beach who falsely advertise that
they are located within the city
was unanimously approved by
the board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Hotel Association at
a meeting held last week, ac-
cording to Samuel A. Rivkind,
president.
"While we appreciate the de-
sire of outlying communities to
have submitted our plan the north of us to identify them-
landlords," Mr Tenzer | selves as a part of Miami Beach,
d in announcing the plan, we don't feel that it is proper
ve found a number of them to misrepresent such conditions
vc to the idea. We are to the public-at-large," the state-
ig with them in ironing ; ment said. "Furthermore, since
ie procedure involved in these communities do not directly
ting State of Israel Bonds or indirectly contribute towards
e other collateral which the tax burden of Miami Beach,
ow hold. we don't feel it is fair for them
factor which should impel to directly benefit from our ad-
Ids and tenants to join in i vertising, publicity and promo-
n for the use of State of tion program by misleading tour-
Bonds as security is that ists into thinking that they are
ds so invested are used in Miami Beach."
Gables Zonists Meet
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict held its final board meeting
of the year at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Friedson.
Daniel Cravitt, delegate to the
national convention in Atlantic
City, gave his report of the pro-
ceedings.
President Norman Lyons an-
nounced that meetings have been
suspended for the rest of the
summer.
Writing Classes
Set For Summer
Creative writing classes at the
Miami YMCA will continue
throughout the summer it was
announced today.
Held on Thursday evening at
7:30 p.m., the sessions are directed
by Gilbert Maxwell, poet-novel-
ist from New York, who now
makes his home in Miami. Lec-
ture-discussions analyze "Masters
of the Short Story," "Style and
Content," "Short Story Construc-
tion," "Character Creation," and
"The Modern Novel."
Writers studied for their lit-
erary impact include Thomas
Wolfe. Katherine Anne Porter,
de Maupassant. Chekov, Somerset
Maugham. Robin Maugham, Kay
Boyle, Elizabeth Bowen, William
Faulkner, F, Scott Fitzgerald
Bud.d Schulberg and others.
Aim of the classes is to improve
members' original manuscripts
for publication and sale.
Maxwell returned recently
from Venice. Fla.. where he lec-
tured at the annual Florida
Writers Conference. Chairman of
its poetry division he is author of.
three volumes of poetry and the
newly-issued "Sleeping Trees"
a novel about life in a small
Georgia town.
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Jwdrd T. Newman, new president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, receives from J. Brailey Odham
nford, Fla.. outgoing president of the state Jaycees. the
|olliston Award which is presented annually to the out-
ig state vice "resident of the organization. The presenta-
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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1951
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FRIDAY. JULY 13, 19 5I
PAGE 5 B
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
ADVISOP ON JEWISH HOMEMAKINO
Here's a recipe for a grand, easy-to-make summer soup:
j cans of Campbell's Cream of Celerv Soup
i yA eaoa of milk (No. 2 can). Chopped Dill
halt, pepper and celery salt to taste.
Heat two cans of soup in sauce pan. adding milk slowly. When
it reaches the boiling point, remove from stove, add salt pepper and
celery salt, and allow to cool. When cool, pour soup in large glass
jar and store in the ice box overnight. Just before serving sprinkle
each plate of soup with chopped dill. It's a delicious and nutritious
dish tor any dairv lunch or supper.

And as for breakfast, mornings go like a breeze after break-
fast with food energy that lasts you longer. I answer that re-
quirement easily in my home by simply building a better break-
fast around Kellogg's Corn Flakes. And believe me. there is a
big. big difference in Corn Flakes! Only Kellogg's gives you that
fresh, live flavor your family loves. They have big. curly-crisp
flakes, loasty. tender and sweet. And one thing you can be sure
of with Kellogg's Corn Flakesthey don't get store stale. They
are a top quality product. For a bargain in good eating, pick up
Kellogg's Corn Flakes in the big Family Size.
Nourishing and tasty without being fatteningwhat is it?
Sheffield Coltagi Cheese: This extra-nourishing, extra-tasty cot-
tage cheese is made with fine sweet cream, but vou diet-conscious
people can eat it to your heart's ontent. It is always fresh and full
of delicious flavor. Cheese Latkes made with Sheffield Cottage
Cheese are the best I ever tasted. Order this cottage cheese through
your Sheffield milkman, or get it at your grocer's. You can always
be sure that Sheffield Cottage Cheese is freshand the best!
One of Ihe .most satisfying moments in my week's house-
keeping is when I survey my freshly-ironed clothes. To me.
ironing is a gratifying chore, when the result is a delight to the
ye. And you get that result if you make sure to use the best
products when you're doing your laundry. Dazzle Liquid Starch
gives you beautiful ironings. And it's so easy to use. No cook-
ing, no bluing, no wax needed. Just add waterit penetrates
fabrics quickly and reduces ironing effort You get the finest
quality and value when you buy Dazzle Liquid Starch.
MinillinilS V.lllH'd Young Adults To Dance
TO .111A < OIIIH'il Young A.;..it I..... o* the
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Miami Jewish Community Cen-
Max Shapiro and Benedict F.jter will sponsoi .* dance on the
Danbaum have been named t.. center pal.....n Saturday, July
the national council of the Joint 14. at '.) p. m.
Defense Appeal (JDAi. it was Dance contests, prizi and re-
announced by Council Chairman! freshment an plant
Sidney S. Moyer of Youngstown.l Next general mei ting of the or-
Ohio. ganization i slated fui Monday.
The three local leaders will
join more than 1.000 business.
industrial and communal leaders
all over the country who seek to
mobilize community-wide sup-
port behind programs of the
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League, and
who act as community represent-
atives in interpreting those pro-
grams.
Rabbi Lehrman is a member
of the executive board of thi
United Synagogue of America.
He is a member of the executive
committee of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, a member of
the National Commission on Re-
ligious Organizations, the Nation-
al Conference of Christian and
Jews and the Kiwanis.
Rabbi Shapiro is an executive
of and past chairman of the Bud-
get Committee of the Greater
Miami Federation. He was the
founder and past president of the
Zionist District and is an exeeu-
July 16, at 8:30 p. in Highlight
of the evening will be the sh tw-
ins of a corned) film. Dancing
will follow.
Resignation Announced
Joesph W. M dek has announ-
ced his resignation as cantor at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
and will continue with hi-; prac-
tice of law at Miami Beach.
Bureau. II. is affiliated \-itli the
Red Cross and Community Chest.
Mr. Danbaum is a director of
the Community Chest, the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home.
t h e I).id,. (lounty Research
Founation and the Westview
Country Club. A membei of the
local chapters of the AJC and
ADL, Danbaum is also the Di-
rector of tin License Beverage
Industry
and of the Distilled
tive of the Jewish Social Service Spirits Wholesalers.
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
WQAM, Sunday, 10:210 A.M.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street
Phone 87-8201
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-Preeident
GRADE
"A"
PRODUCTS
Former Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk fright) recently
attended the first national assembly of the Brandeis University
Associates, a men's "foster alumni" organization, held at the
university's Wallham campus in conjunction with the Brandeis
third annual convocation exercises. With him are 'left to right)
Josteph Linsey, chairman of the Brandeis Athletic Association,
and Morris Shapiro, a member of the Brandeis board of trustees.
The Brandeis University Associates with chapters established in
30 communities across the nation, serve three-vear-old Brandeis
in the role of "foster alumni."
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Off to aftond the recent opening of the national convention
of fhe Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks are exalted ruler
ol the Miami Beach Lodge. Edward C. Fogg. III. accompanied
by Judge Harold B. Spaet. past exalted rulr of the lodgv. and
currently vice president of the Stal* Elks Association. Over
2G.00C Elks from every state. Alaska. Hawaii and Puerto Rico
mat in tha convention city.
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own a General Electric refrigerator la. C l i~o Msaa* < M *>-".. ou..Ho., o-i stsasssf, O-s Wrt-a**
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PhunrK l-IS4> I HO 8 W tli Btreet
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
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C f u.U to aodtin Irving, lit at .implr ot that ... all
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i,Y 13, 1951
|&L NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
+Je*ist>noriaKbn
LEGAL NOTICE
JMT COURT OF THE
UDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
^4 AND FOR DADE
*TY.| IN CHANCERY.
Mfo 141968
mr PUBLICATION
n.TIIDI'SK, plaintiff
B-'1'11' >l'SE, I lefen I in!
Al'LTHorsE
[Avenue
Nt'W Jersey
ordered and required
fof your answer to the
for Divorce, a copy
hclosed herewith, on
y, and file the orlgl-
of the Clerk of the
Jade County. Florida.
2th day of July.
lie allegations of said
en as confessed by
1951.
LEATHERMAS
f the Circuit Court
Jy M. C FBIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
JD
. itlff
lldlng
PUBLICATION
COURT OF THE
)ICIAL CIRCUIT OF
XND FOR OAOE
CHANCERY.
143063
DIVORCE
flLBERT. Plaintiff
IE GILBERT.
Defendant.
ORIE GILBERT
notified that a BUI
Divorce has been
nd you are required
|f your Answer or
.11 of Complaint on
orney. JAY Bl'R-
lcoln Road. Miami
d file the origl-
ding in the office
Circuit Court on
day of July, MSI.
so, judgment by
n against vou for
d In the BUI of
be published once
consecutive weeks
FLORIDIAN
EDERED at Miami.
day of June, A.D.
LEATHERMAN.
t. Circuit Court.
Ide 1 "ounty. Fl 11 1
ly M.C. FEIGE.
^f Deputy C>rk
STOW IKI
ney for Plain t
incoln Rood
I Beach, Jton.i 1
7'6-U-JO
{ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141111
*s.NPTICE By PUBLICATION
FAY KLAPHOLZ. Plaintiff
vs.
SAMUEL KLAPHOI^Z. Defendant,
a X."u- SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ. 17
gohwanburt Strasse. Frankfort on
Main, Germany, are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Bill
"'Complaint for divorce on plaln-
i,- .,,l'?rny' HAROLD .SHAPIRO.
92, Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and file the original In the office
of the Clerk.of this Court on or be-
fore July 14, 1951. otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED June 14. 1931.
,ru ,. E" B WEATHERMAN,
(Circuit cierk
Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.
HAROLD SHAPIRO D,PUty ***
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WEST FLAGLKR IJQUORS, aka.
WfcJST FLAULER LIQUOR STOKE
at 4800 West Flakier Street. Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING ARNOLD
AL LEVINE
As Sole Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Irving Arnold
and Al Levin.-
8/29 7/6-13-20
:!<.-
'tf
D
-HE CIRCUIT roL-'- ;- the
'enth judicial circuit of
)Rida in And for daoe
:ounty, in chancery.
NO 142022
JOTIC PUBLICATION
K>ei. ndant
l.-int
^111.
'K)kh > York
H)i;h:ed to serve a
. of ; ^Km to the Bill of
^Maintiff > att .i'ii.-'.'.
TlO Htr.NEK. 12') Lincoln
eh Florida, and rile
I rigid He office of the rierk
|'i Clreu ^Brt on i>r lief.,re the
I> 1951: otherwise
BUI 1. 11 taken as confessed
iu. i
1 ed: 1 ta\ of June, A. D..
LEATHERMAN,
the 1 'Ircult Court,
R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PRESCRIPTION HEALTH SHOP
AND LENDING LIBRARY at 1327
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN SHUSTERMAN
NORM A SHUSTERMAN
i 21 7/8-13-2H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
,. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it un,1*r!,|Kned. desiring to engage
1 .."i1".*.", under the fictitious name
v-r. \,V'NS FIVK AN" TEN CENT
SJ2ML r'>'>-2 S. W. 8th Street.
Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade Coui
Florida.
reg
f
nty.
7/6-13-20-27
SELWYN SCHANFELD
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
t-N_THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
!NnV!THJU,D,C,AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142176
RAYMOND GARCIA. Plaintiff
HORTENCIA GARCIA, Defendant
_ 'fft ,_ HORTENCIA GARCIA 110
,v ll8th strect- New York City. New
York, are required to serve a copy
nLu,",Ur Anawcr "> the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of this Court on or before
August 1. 1951, otherwise a Decree
you esBO wi" be entered against
Dated July 2, 1951.
IC,,___.. E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Court Clerk
Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR
7/6-13-20-27 D*puty Clerlt
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.~_. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ida. intend to register said name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BERTHA KASTAN
ANNIE JACOBSTEIN
AMOS BENJAMIN 8l9 "n"'-
b^.-P/vtu Appllcant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 1420S8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROSE QREENSTEIN, Plaintiff
VS
AARON ALLAN GREENSTEIN.
Defendant
> 'U. AARON ALLAN GREEN-
STEIN, 1437 Carroll Street, Brooklyn,
n.-w York, are required to serve 1
copy of your Answer to the itm of
Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, HARoi.D SHAPIRO, 27 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original in the office
01 the Clerk of this Court on or he-
fore July 26, 1951, otherwise -, i>...
creo Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated June 26. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Clerk
Court Seal) By P. H RICE. IU..
HAROLD SHAPIRO IV,,Uly C1"k'
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
; -" 7/8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
'" SHS ", .?u,nder ,he fictitious name
*LP$H&Bi& LINIB^ SERVICE, at
2416 N. W. ,th Court, Miami. Florida.
intend to register said name with the
clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ELLIS ALAN KRUSE
STANLEY KRUSE
IRVING cypen. lOwner.)
Attorney for 1 iwnera
IM Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1 22-29 7/6-11
IR FICTITIOUS
LAW
lEl'.Y GIVEN that
lesirlng to engage
the fictitious name
IT shop at J173
llami. Florida, in-
^alil name with the
Kill Court of Dade
y. Florida.
*:/* fV'Xl! KKI/roV
3TIC Kr FICTITIOUS
- I LAW
^riCB ] i:i:r GIVEN that
di'-Dii,^ 1 .
ufifiSL the fictitious name
Bill: sm.p at 12H
fm<- Miami Beach,
'V lniS register said Tiiinii
:^B Ho- Circuit Court
de < ^^pion.la
M KTER RBMICCI.
If'ELI Wner
liATTTION
ATTORNEYS!
#|| Floridian so-
jfflwgcd QOttCfM.
- J Pdatw your
and c/uaran-
P rrloo at
Phone 2-1141
r nrlc*.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of APEX BUSINESS CARDS at 28
N. E. 14th Street. Miami, Fla intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID MARKS
MARX FABEH Wn"
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
I :"' 7 S-IS-SQ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business mniei- the fictitious name
i>f MIAMI SHORES FIVK AND TEN
CENT DEPARTMENT STORE al
95*1 and :".::, N E. Ind Avenue, Miami
Shores, Dade County. Florida. Intends
to reslster said name with the Clerk
of the Citcult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Joseph FOGELMAN
GEORGE .1. TAI.IANi >FP
Attorney f..r Applicant.
" tS 7/6-IS-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nai
oi DIME APARTMENTS at 1144 S
W. 5th stre.t. Miami, Florida, Intend
to reglstei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SAM GOLDMAN
ESTHER 'ioI.DMAN
MICHAEL M ISENBERG
Attorney for Owner.,
! P>7 Riscavne Bldg.
> 22-19 7/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26271
In Re: ESTATE OF
JAMES V. PA SOI-antoNIo
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. mav have against the
estate f JAMES V. PASQUANTONIO
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the HON. W. F BLANTON
county Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred
See Section 120 of the m:i Probate
Act.
Date July 5th. A. D. 1951.
S/ BELGENIO D'ORAZIO
As Administrator of the Estate of
JAMES V. PA8QUANTONIO
MAX R. SILVER Heceased.
Attorney for Administrator
922 Seybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida.
7/13-20-27 V3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 28228
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HERMAN It. GROSSMAN,
ile, eased late of Dade Countv, Flor- ,
Ida. to the HON. W F. BLANTON, leagues.
County Judge of Dade Countv. and ; ... ., .
- in his office in the Marv, a product of the White
_____________________PAQE7B
Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
Once again Jewish track star
Henry Laskau is firmly estab-
lished as one of the nation's top
track men. The latest feat of
the walking champion is the re-
tention of his National A.A.TJ.
walking title.
Laskau scored his triumph in
Berkeley, California, in one of
the senior events. The agile New
Yorker easily defended his crown
in the 3,000-meter event by
breezing through in 13:13.2 .
Meet Marv Rotblatt! The
youthful hurler of the Chicago
White Sox, who has figured
promiently in the startling pen-
nant drive of th& Chicago club,
was in New York for the crucial
series with the Yankees. He was
all alone in his hotel room when
we called, as his road-trip room-
mate, pitcher Saul Rogovin, stays
with his family in Brooklyn when
the team is in New York.
Major question? How a re
Marv's chances of staying up
there with the Sox this year?
He figures they are excellent.
"I'm pretty sure I'll stick all
the way this year," Marv ven-
tured, "although you never can
tell for sure what can happen."
If Marv does, it'll be his first
complete season in the major
file the same
<"ounty Courthouse in Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid or same will be barred.
Date Jim- T8, A D 1951
OBOROE GROSSMAN,
As Executor of the i.i.t
Will and Testament of
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
De. eased
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneye for Erxecutor
850 Seybold Bldg Miami
7/13-2 1-27 S :
c
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142028
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ALFRED C. P. Hl'GHES, Plaintiff
vs
ETHEL MAY HUGHES, Defendant
To. ETHEL MAY HI'iiHES
90 Fernleigh Avenue
Mapperly
Nottingham. England
You .ii- hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of vour
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the origi-
nal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before
the 25 day of July. 19.11, otherwise.
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 2.-, day of June, 19.-.I.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. 11 RICH), JR.,
^^ Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J TALIANOKF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4211 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141898
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARION NEWMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MAX NEWMAN. Defendant
TO:MAX NEWMAN
654 West 161st Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, CHERTKOF
AND KAI.ISH. 607-608 Olympla Build-
ing. Miami, Florida, and file the
Norlginal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th dav of
July, 1ML If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken aeain-t
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Coninlaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive w-.ks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th dav of June, A. D
1931.
i: II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida
By WM W. STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Denuty Clerl
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH
Attorney* for Plaintiff
6"7-6i>s Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
i 22-29 7 S-tl
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
;'|> ALL TO WHoM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS
This Is to certlf) that. v.
Geo (e J rallanoff, Miami Bea h, !' la
Bertram C. Waller, Miami Beach, Fla
Dorothy Goodman, Miami Beech, Fla.
did on the 80th day .< August,
a d. 1948 cause to be Incorporated
uud-r the provisions if Chapter 10096,
Laws of Florida. AcU Ol 1925, DRAKE
ASSOCIATES, inc.. ,-orpoi
with Its principal place of business
al Miami Beach, Dade County, in Tin-
State of Florida, and whereas the
proper officers of such corporation
did "ii the 5th day ,,f lulv. A b.
I'll. Cause to be filed in the office
of the Secretary of stale ,,f the
State of Florida, duly authenticated
resolution adopted by the stock-
holders under the provisions >f
said Chapter 1")96, Laws of Flor-
ids. Acts of 1925, Showing the dis-
solution of such corporation, and the
Sei ret iry of state is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN witness WHEROF, l have
hereutito set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the fifth day
of July, A. D 1951,
(Seal) R. A. GRAY,
8e< retary of State.
7/13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in i.iisin.-ss under the fictitious nam<
Sox farm system was up with
the Sox for a while in 1948, then
for another brief stint in 1949.
However, this is the first time
it really looks as if he'll make
it. He sounded a little glum a3
a result of the way the Yankees
had hit him the day before, but
all in all, he has done pretty
well against the New York pow-
erhouse this season.
On the pennant chances of the
Sox, Marv says: "We're going to
be tough all the way and .
have a good chance to stay up
there. If we don't win the pen-
nant, we're going to come pretty
darned close. Our guys are j
bunch of hungry ballplayers this
year."
As for his roommate, Rogo-
vin. Marv said that the former
Detroit pitcher likes it fine with
Chicago and likes playing under
Paul Richards, who was Rogj-
vin's coach in the minors. The
Chicago team thinks very highly
of Saul, Rotblatt said .
Rogovin didn't waste much
time proving his, roommate'3
point. The very next day he
turned in a commendable per-
formance against the Yanks to
give his team a vital victory. Go-
ing the distance, Saul kept the
Yankee bats silent, allowing only
four hits for a 5-2 triumph. The
achievement brought his sea-
son's count to 4 and 3. In the
bargain. Rogovin batted out two
hits in four trips to the plate .
Cal Abrams, Dodger left field-
er who is up against extra tough
competition since the Dodgers
acquired outftelder Pafko from
f FRBSHMBADOW FARMS ii 8801 the Cubs, has been doing a lot
Howard Drive. South Miami. Florida lately to heln out various rhiritv
Intends to register said name with I ldltl> 'o neip out \auous inanty
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|illtigyiMs3HLH PHONE 9-3836 I
gS>^ If N. 2nd T. MIAMI 31, FLA, ]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under Hi- fictitious name
of MIAMI BASKET I'll., at 150 N. W
1st Street. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
P. J. COLRERT
CLEMENT B GOODMAN
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
fi'22-29 7'6-13
the Clark of the Circuit court of
Dado County. Florida
RICHARD T1TE1.MAN
WALTER C KoVNEP.
Attorney for
FRESHMEADi >W FARMS
MO Lincoln R.....I
Mo ml Beach. Florida
80-87
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE of
JOSEPH CHOJNACKI
Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is h.i.ln given that I have
filed a final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Joseph Chojnackl deceased
and that on Hie 2.1 dav of July, 1951, 1
will apply to the Honorable w k
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of -.ii
fin 11 report and for final discha
IVx.iutrlx of the estate of Joseph
Chojnacki. deceased
This I nb ,.l iv ,.f June. ItSl,
s Sophia CHOJNACKI
A Mi >S BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia
'hojnacki. Executrix.
6 22-2J 7 e-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142173
Morris SCHLOSBERO, Plaintiff
IDA SCHLOSBERO, Defendant
To IDA SCHLOSBERO
c'o Mrs Lifschitz
6 Attorney Street
New York, N. Y.
You. IDA SCHLOSBERO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required i i
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney. Ben Essen. Esq .
m Seybold Bide. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Tlst
day of July. 1MI. If you fall to do so
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice -hall be published once
each week for foui consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Flo la this Ind dav of July, A. D
E, B LEATHERM W.
Clerk, Cli ill '' irl
Dade i "ountj. I
' i teurt B) M '' FBI" IE,
> il) Deputy cierk.
BEN B8SEN, V
v < r i ntlff
- > bold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida.
7/6-13-20-27
groups. Most recently. Cal drop-
ped around to a birthday party
for a bunch of kids stricken with
rheumatic fever at the Jewish
Sanitarium and Hospital for
Chronic Diseases in Brooklyn .
Pitcher Sandy Silverstein, now
with the Columbus Red Birds, has
been doing a good job in his new
capacity. He recently won his
first game against Kansas Citv.
In Israel, high school students
have been going at full blast in
their basketball and track champ-
ionship competition. The rapid
growth in school enrollment and
the corresponding quickening in
athletic activity is reflected in
the number of students partici-
pating. In eight district champ-
ionships, some 15.000 young ath-
letes representing about 100
schools were slated to take part.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M 'TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the un lent gned, desiring to
in businjess under the fictitious name
r V'ariet) Lounge, Bai ind Package
it J \ w :-t Street intends to
said name with the Clerk of
Clrcull Court of Dade County,
Florida,
CIVIC BAR, INC
MYERS, HEIMAN 4.- KAPLAN
attorneys for Applicant
6.'.i) Seybold Bldg.
7/S-13-: ;


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