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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.
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Miami, Fla

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

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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
,'OLUME 25- Number 6
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
UJA To Meet Here February 24th ^SSS^SiSSS!^
The UJA will formally launch its 1952 Nationwide Campaign!
1000 at a National Inaugural Conference to be held \
. 24th, at Miami Beach, it has been announced by Dr. Joseph j
5 Schwartz, UJA Executive Vice Chairman.
Dr Schwartz, in calling attention to the conference, said that ,
it wouid ark the opening of both the greatest and the most cru-
gn ever undertaken ; ^ ^ yjA ^ make possib]e
the continuation of urgent pro- :
grams in other areas of the
world, notably in European and
Moslem countries, for a total of '
250.000 Jews who are directly de-
|by the UJA.
T e UJA Executive Vice Chair-
Iman stressed in particular that
I. campaign has this
over-riding
Seek To Protect
Tunisian Jew*
JERUSALEM (JTA) Meas-
ures for the protection of the
Means Of Representing All ZOA Groups
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) Talk of a : ational praesidium to
steer the Zionist Organization of America safely through the un-
charted seas of the post-Israel era was being discussed inform illy
in top circles here this week as the 1952 presidential campaign
narrowed down to three serious candidates.
The Praesidium plan, which wi-uld afford representation to all
factions within the ZOA. was re-
aim
to
'.Hill.'Hi CIO, IIUCVVI, "^WIU SJW^V.. *>v ,. .
.srae.'s great home- jS&ZVMA*S+*% are I *e Jews as Tu nation- knowledge pushing the proposal. Pt up#. rtrnng fight forJhejHd,
-nn ftnn t-.. .-* o i : austs continued
700.000 Jews into, a Xo SU| vive Dr Schwartz said also
ing reports
""unisian nation- knowledge pusnirg me proposal, i .-
into a to survive'.' Dr'schwart'z Ja.d also ***% ^"SSUHSSi* Thi'l^ ^-fS?1 feyes- ,hwe^!rV, *! I remained Tittle "oubt but that he
e making. that ,he UJA in 1952 must pro- th E^J2E5^t.E?flXi Prtedly, ^""Sl0" US Pac'^ stood good chance of receiving
.sized that the many vide for the reception and adjust- *tutlve exp,S 1 ,f action n> Rl,0n f th5 ZO* Wfrf the backing of the General Zion-
t Jewish leaders at- ; ment in the United States of dis- \ decisions on a line of action to- such a P^s.dium was approved | ists Formcr Amorican Jewish
conference would be'placed persons and other refu- morrow two weeks ago as a gn"\6 | Congress president Rabbi Miller,
Bed on to set a standard of | gees. 8.500 of whom are sched- In view of the deteriorating body for Zionist units;in thearea^ I Qn ,he othcr hand| was hailed by
A;m that would galvanize all uled to arrive here this year. situation in Tunisia, the Jewish fgied"*'a*9Z^**\somc high ZOA regional leaders
Americn Jews to the kind of | The Inaugural Conference, to Agency is considering increasing ZOA reglonal leadc s w th vary-'
V ...:. .....;..- ~i~4 *n hlnlu uu .* co-------u~.i ...ill I immigration from that country to ing political views ranging from
Israel and wll start the transfer support of the present adminis-
of Jews from Tunis immediately, tration of Benjamin Browdy to
a .. .^ mtnrmfitmn staunch advocates of the Dr.
A^ Pgari hv rSl Iewffh Emanuel Neumann forces and the
ce.ved in P.r by -ntr^We^ish ^ L.psky_Jed progressive,
|Israel ushei in a new era of prog- hear from outstanding figures in
ess and plenty. American. Israel and Jewish com-
In this connection, Dr. Sch- munity affairs.
iwartz said that Israel today is. Last year, at a conference in-
fighting its second battle of inde- augurating the 1951 campaign, < agencies.
as a hard tighter and an especial-
ly good candidate in the event
SKYbSfaTcCMa I SSTflS sbTouTsUndTnrcom- Jewish premises in Tunisia do The Praesidium^.dea to govern
independence. He emphasized | munity leaders and contributors not appear to be antujew^ex- ZOA^tt not a new^ne. iniougn 11 Administrative Council Chairman
the '52 bid for the Neumann fac-
tion for command of the ZOA
faced a heated battle at conven-
tion time late in the Spring or
early Summer.
A single candidate. National
mnitv lenders anci contnouiors i *** ouuea. *v* w^ .--- ..--- -- invuiiuusuanvi; ^i*uu..i ^_ ..i, .n....
that American Jews must help I pEdged he Safest sum of mon- ; cesses but developments inc.den- the years, especially to **>* I Abraham A, Redelheim, presents
win this crucial struggle, just as ey ever announced at such a I tal to the nationalist inspired ^'"L^jJ'g the only serious threat to a Ncu-
im 1948 American Jews stood val- | mWtine with sifts totalline $10.- riots. I**..*1?- s$?%"^ !u I mann victory at this, early date.
ientlv by Israel to help the new
| State win its War of Liberation.
In 1948. he declared, American
| Jews gave the UJA $150,000,000
to help Israel establish itself as a
I iree and independent State.
In 1952. he stressed, American
| Jews must contribute on a scale
j to match the 1948 standard be-
cause this year Israel must turn
back the enemies of austerity and
shortages that have come increas-
ingly to threaten the hard won
freedoms of 1948.
The UJA Executive Vice Chair-
man said that American Jews in
1952. with the same effort they
150.000. This outpouring of gifts
set an all time inaugural record
for a nationwide UJA campaign
and exceeded by close to $4,000.-
000 the sum contributed at the
start of the campaign in 1950.
Dr. Schwartz expressed the
its way to the fore only to be Redelneim% who sparked the re-
side-stepped in showdown deci-,cint cross.colintry tour of talent
sions. Meanwhile, the once hk.h chalked up $2.000.000
crowded field of candidates fr WOIth of Israel Bonds, draws sup-
the ZOA leadership in 1952 nar- t from manv rank.ln.flie
NEW YORK (JTA) One out rowed down to two possible can- merrbers in thc organization. His
of every five people in Israel lives didates supported by the Neu- cnstant organizational tours in
on land acquired, owned and de- mann faction and one indepen- ^.^ of the ZOA have resulttd
American Jews Make
80% of JNF Donations
hope that this years Inaugural n h Jewish National dent who might conceivably re- popularizing him in various
Conference would top even these v ^ M Epsteini overseas ceive the support of the Browdy sectlons of tne Country, in addi-
record-breaking figures and said f the j^wish National administraUon.
that he felt certain that the lead-
ers of American Jewry would not
fail to meet this most crucial test
since the establishment of the
Jewish State four years ago.
The UJA makes possible the
immigration, settlement, welfare
of
Fund in Jerusalem, stated last
week on his arrival in New York
to confer with leaders of the Fund
in this country. He added that
in the course of more than 50
years of its existence the JNF has
Neumann forces still face
tion to spurring the group's mem-
a bership.
Mayors Proclaim Mount Sinai Day
Mayors D. Lee Powell, of Mi- | itude over the two cities' proc-
made in 1948. can help the UJAjard rehabilitation programs .of;devCi
attain a goal that was realized | the United Israel Appeal. Joint : of $2.
once before and that accurately Distribution Committee and the wnich was
reflects the crisis in Israel to-day. United Service for New Amer-:"'
rsted in land purchase and ami Beach, and Chelsie J. Sener- lamation as an element of recog-
"lorjment i- Israel the sum chia. of Miami, have proclaimed nition of Mount Sinai s service
lf1000 000 V out 80 per cent Sunday. February 10th. as Mount to the area's residents. Samuel
' ... ___,,;Kt,i hv Sinai Hospital Day. Gertner. executive director said
contributed by
:> S wartz also pointed out leans.
|Barkley Talks At Testimonial
A foremost US leaders headed by Vice President Alben W-' ^airman of National Cabinet in Jjj^
ailed for the fullest economic aid to Israel as a vital factor Florida for Israel Bonds.
eiving peace and democracy, the National Planning Con-
for Israel assembled at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday, voted ,
I ike the sale of a minimum of $200,000,000 in Israel Bonds .
I 9 i2 *
1951, we are confident that we
have the solid foundations for j
the sale of a minimum of an ad-
ditional $200,000,000 Israel Bonds"
| in 1962", he said.
Emphatiie Bond Issue
The principal speakers at the
National Planning Conference for ,
Israel were Vice President Alben ,
W. Baikley. Secretary of the In-
terior Oscar Chapman. Federal (
Judge Luther W. Youngdahl.
Henry Morgenthau. Jr., Henry
Montor, Vice President of State !
of Israel Bonds, Samuel N. Fried-
ed on May 1, 1951, the
| "0 000 State of Israel Bond
to be subscribed over
ar period. A total of
' an SI01,000,000 was rais
d in '.:. [irst eight months. More
Khan 500 Jewish leaders from all
I of the United States par-
ted in the decision to assure
j' of an additional $200,-
|(Mi.u00 dm mg the current year.
Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. form-
er Secretary of the Treasury
and Chairman of the Board of
Governors of the State of Is-
rael Bonds, stated that the Is-
rael Bond Issue has already
established itself as the most
successful foreign bond issue
evar to be floated in the United
Slates. It is also unique as a
ioreign bond issue being sold
directly to the public, he said.
In view of the highly encour-
lesponse to the drive in
Views Dimes Drive
As Successful
basis of preliminary re-
n every section of the
Si nator LeRoy Collins.
lirman of the March of
' ported in Tallahassee to-
We can be assured that
1 "upaign was a tremendous
n iill reports are in, and
collections are completed
rom benefits still pending, I am
confident that our total receipts
|,A"1 .ipproximate one million dol-
ii.il san increase of 70 per cent
' ver last year. Every dime of
Itnis is desperately needed in our
1'ignt against polio."
Three major points made by
the speakers were: Tl) The
S500.000.000 Israel Bond Issue
is a good investment because
the people of Israel have dem-
onstrated their capacity to '
build a sound ard productive
economy. (2) Economic aid to
Israel is vital not only for the
future of that country but for
fhe future of democracy
throughout the world. (3) The
initial results of the Israel
Bond Drive have established it
as the most important instru-
ment in shaping Israel's econ-
omic future.
A dramatic climax to the con-
Hospital Day.
On that dav, the Board of Trus- that. "In the past year. Mount
tees plans to unveil a bronze Sinai has incurred a deficit of
Memorial Plaque bearing tne over S2o0.000 mainly because of
names of 389 contributors to ; the institutions service policy
Mount Sinai in the sum of SI.000 responsible tor the treating of
and over. Rabbi Irving Lehr- 1.300 social service cases, over
man, of the Miami Beach Jewish a.000 clinical visits and 12,282
Center, will deliver the principle emergency cases in the past two
years.
The program will also include "This, coupled with the estab-
a capping ceremonv. Five stud- | lishment of our interns training
ents enrolled in the first class of Pr?|fam- fma,^es 2e^fa,2L *S
Mount Sinai Hospital's School of holding of the second annual
Prartir&l Nursine will receive Jubilee, he added, which has
fhei caps ^giSng tU have as its goal S150.000 ,n order to
passed the four-month probation- make up the difference between
ary period. The School is spon-
sored by the Women's Auxiliary
and is the first in the State of
Florida to receive accreditation
from the National Association for
Practical Nurse Education.
land. Chairman of the Board of ference occurred when Joseph
Food Fair, and Joseph Cherner, Cnerner leading business and
Seeks To Attract I
American Capital
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Gov- j
ernment of Israel is determined
to take significant measures to j
attract American private invest- I
ments, it was learned here while |
members of the Cabinet contin- ;
ued to meet this afternoon for
the second succesive day on the
economic situation in the coun-
try
It was revealed that a tax pact
between Israel and the United
States is now being negotiated to
eliminate double taxation. At the
same time, it was announced here
todav that the biggest plastic
plant in all of the Middle East
and Europe will be erected short-
ly near Tel Aviv by an Ameri-
can group of investors, in part-
nership with Israeli industrii
ists.
(Continued oh Page 9 B)
what the hospital receives from
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
our actual deficit."
"The continuation of Mount
Sinai's nun-sectarian and liberal
service policy for the indigent of
our community will depend in a
Partaking in the capping cere- ; g|.eat measure on tr,e success of
mony will be Mrs. Monte Selig, 'tnjs all-star Jubilee," said Leon-
president, Women's Auxiliary; ; aid Wien, chairman of the Jub-
Fiieda Lebensbaum, RN. diiec-i ilee Committee. The show, which
tor of Education; Mildred Ann will take place on February 28th,
Vogel, RN, Director of Nursing; in the Miami Beach Auditorium,
and Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of
Temple Israel.
Expressing the hospital's grat- '
will be headed by Ed Sullivan,
nationally famous columnist and
television star.
Mayor D. Lee Powell, of Miami Beach, shows Max Orovitx. president of Mount Sinai Hos-
''" ""V? j__;___:___r.w... .-_ miv, nUirial Hnxniial Tiaw. Jack Ablin and


PAGE 2 A
+Jeist tkrjd*M
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
Israel Moves To Draft Orthodox Women
For Service; Gurion Explains Censorship
JERUSALEM (JTA The Israel G
an ndment to the r :v"
El
Gurion
.-
;i .-. On
i
Uncover Story Of Daniel Boone And Jews
-/
.... /
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UJtO*
m /J. 9t> + r> r*<
tz
De^y Attempt To
Devaluate Currency
JERUSALEM. JTA>"T
. -. lati i to 1 nt is
that the governmei

I :- nt this plau
V>.\ Yehuda against I -
Mil ist< r El licy. H<-
c.t* specil
met has not even discussed >uoh ***" ,'.
rted to Par- reised in the rei rt Ut< a
ent. lion '.' Foreign Af-
Thi humors apparently origin- fa:;- C nmitl r thi issue of
it ion was
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transactions with the Richmond Virgi
Daniel Boono. pioneer frontier
f sent Israel; pound r.ot wil I hi news of tuckv land for one of Richmond. u,.p I)illI1f>r PartV
-thi onlj two Virginia's earliest Jewish firms. iwcw"iii j
irren li- Iraqi Jews in B according to inter. ting historical Mrs I Goldberg will be in
r.te from tl I that the Gov- with Germany fighter and officer in the Ameri- | r\___ Orpin , mr.eni ..-panne to replace (ions and in withhold- can Revolution, surveyed Ken- LfOid Oiciii oiaicin
r
a
ing
- it is issued I Israel David Ben Gun n, Just brought to light by charge of a dinner and card party
: nal Bank instead of the w-h thi erican Jewish Achives, re- given bv the Don Stein
stim Bar.k said that 1 ens rshii I thi search department of the Hebrew ... .' J!w -r-
offic......litsna I tl was Union College-Jewish Institute of' Sistei I ol the Israelite cerf, ial programs dedicated to jew-
\ it nal Bank. ent. On the Reh_ ter, on Sunday evening. Febru-
was rei ted Ira idmitted that Boone had already blazed trails :'IV. 10,|1- at 6P,m-
Allocate Radio
Time For Jewish
Munie If off i/i
Radio stations WKAT and
WIOD have given time for spec-
here that 1 '.through uncharted territories,
...

: : Beirut Ra li ,
Wilderntss Road :nto Ken-
; ..... u tl government
i :- However, he ;:.. d achieved ., coionelcy
ernment to float in authent
later thi day
ing forced to s ....
nee with t.-.eir the i xi iti ns I
________.
Members of the committee as-
: as a waggoner i /'eral sisting her will include Mrs. A.
pened i| the fa-
mson, Mrs. Sam Eisner, Mrs.
M. LefkowitZ and Mrs. A. Mater-
sky.
UN Votes To Continue Palestine
Conciliation Group, Relief Program
in the Revolutionary Army when
iation with the
ii Jai b 1 I
rchants and land
1781.
n was .. vi tei an of the
r Indej who lived

Seiden Aids in
Search OS
ish Music, according t.> Judge
Kenneth Oka. chairman of the
Jewish Music Council of Greater
Miami.
A series of broadcasts on Sat-
urday evenings, beginning to.-ro--
row. 7:15 to 7:30 p.m.. over
WKAT. will present leading Jew-
ish musicians. A half hour pro-
gram on Sunday. February lOth
11:15 to 11:45 a.m.. on WlOfy
will augment the series
Joseph Dunti'V. ;
Yiddish radio programs, reports
Missing Persons
Simon Seiden, of the Jewish'that specially arranged presen-
T '' th ] u of the Air. station WFEC. tations of Jewish music featur-
lent ol Congre-ihas coop, rated with the Greater ing local participants will take
IS JTA : Unit thai i :.: : there. Isaacs Miami Section, National Council place on Fridays, at 12:15 noon,
' A- I ol Jewish Women, m locating on WINZ. during the Yiddish
He servi la :. ... and reuniting families, i Classical Hour, on Sundavs at
th the A Cli Market Tax Assesor the Council announced this week. 11:15 a.m.. on WPEC. during th
ndmembei non Hall. Reports indicate that Seiden .Jewish Forum On The Air and*
AtU1' the revolutionary war, has been instrumental in success- 2 D.m.. on WMBM. during re
Cohen and Isaacs, like many funv aiding 1,200 cases in the Jewish Variety Hour.
ted foi men of the period, New York area alone Since his
' i tesolut ment of a fund of S50.000.000 for conducted a brisk trade in land arrival in Mianii he has worked
:. i a --'00.000.000 warrants. They lone! on some 500 additional cases His
building up the res B>ne to locate somi land for service has been of particular
C ncil- i : .-.:: tat I efu- them and gavi him 6 pound importance the Council indicat- '
gee labor in order that the coun- specii payment. ,.(! to recently-arrived
e able to integral thi Among the firm's papers was grants
found Boone's si pi at- _____________-- ________
in- It is expi ti I at th Unit i tached to a notation which the "
n to im- St ti I< th. majoi per- partners had written in H>
ed fund script but in excellent and typical
te was taken on American Yiddish. Tl
ntinuation of th. nciliation it reads: "Receipt for Colonel
' Abba S one for 10,000 aki r hint "
' th. UN", told thi As- In 1783 or 1784. Cohen and
:.
I Isaacs commisi. Boone to
'- ended survey theii i Lie] ing
south ol
day Cin inn I
..:. 1 | ented
"
ndical
llowu
Send thi ...
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th th.
by Dr. J
'. : :.
J. wish Archiv.
" '' of P. nnsyl-
t Divi-
1 ol
Pies have been
f the A :
1 histoi tne
DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607
No Ch.irae to Employer
DID YOU KNOW
MIVfRSITY EVENING CLASSES
ARE AVAILABLE AT
MAIN CAMPUS. Cera! Gables Register February B 13

MIAMI BEACH. 1420 Drexel Ave.-Register February 12-13
NORTH MIAMI. 1200 N.E. 125th St.-Register Feb. 12-13
HIALEAH, 265 E. 5th St.-Register February 12-13
FT. LAUDERDALE. 400 E. Broward Blvd.
Register February 11-12-13

414 Classes representing all departments of the
University, where adults ol all age groups are
invited to pursue intellectual interests, obtain
sound vocational training or follow authoritative
hobbies.
CLASSES BEGIN AT ALL LOCATIONS FEBRUARY 14th
FOR FURTHER DETAILS PHONE 87-4788
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
EVENING DIVISION
Jewish Funerals
...of dignified siniplifitv
Conducted with a thorough knowledge and
faithful regard for Jewish religious tradition.
. very service in our two complete funeral
homes K surrounded by an atmosphere of dig-
nity and reverence.
For many years, we have served Jewish families
from every walk of life. We are mindful of
every need, watchful of every detail, to the end
that each funeral shall be a tribute to the
departed, a solace to the living.
KOSHER KILLED
CHICKENS
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
STONY ACRES
POULTRY & FISH MARKET
3215 Grand Avenue
Coconut Grove
(Next to Food F
PHONE 4-2021
SUNRAfftkK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL-SANITARIUM
rot am )MVAit4ctna
AWatWJKUtt,

Memorial Chapel
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
West Flagler &; 20th Avc. Phone 9-2664
Miami Beach .,,
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777 -5-335S
"HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EDWARD T. NEWllAN, Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC. TreuurC
IN NEW YORK: 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave-
Brooklyn' bronx lonc island


LnAY FEBRUARY 8. 1952
^JmistHorkUan
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
rr.r\ note: Mr. Simonhojf is currently in South
<.EdThix at well as future articles written by
" me to rhe Jewish Floridian by Overseas Air-
a ., the old capitol of Brazil, a monument
landing place of Pedro de Cabral, who in
ftjKvSS the new land by accident. But the
, foot on the soil was Diego Alvarez Correo,
lew who actually did not seek the honor.
' have aroused the ire of the Admiral and
overboard, in sight of the armed natives
rm infi the strange shore. It was, perhaps, a mcth-
public relations in those days.
51 ARRIVAL
Th Indians' reception of the skillful swimmer was
fn ndlv They named him Caramuru, "a fish
J he reefs," gave him a wife, and adopted him
?i tribe The survival of the name in Brazilian
ii indicated his complete integration. His ad-
3went must ave been satisfactory, for in 1503
., report for his persecuted brethren in Eur-
o nu them to come over and end their troubles
ihrsu--drenched new world among the friendly
,i The letter in Portuguese jargon, he entrusted
rrrnch sea captain, who turned it over to the Am-
ssador of Portugal resident in Paris This document
aS filed away and did not see the light of day for
iur hundred years.
<\DER PORTUGAL
For a century, the Portuguese Monarch paid scant
itention to his American territories. Far more profit-
\\n were his outposts in old India, which earned him
c sobriquet "King of Spices". The royal indifference
Brazil erabled the secret Jews, on their own to-
ative to settle on the seacoast of this vast domain,
Rahia and particularly in Pernambuco. They ob-
rved the Catholic rites and did their utmost to
roid the clutches of the Inquisition.
;tch tolerance
\s th" 16th century drew to a close, the Nether-
rising as a political and commercial power,
e ble to annex a large portion of Brazil
distance of the resident Jews. The Dutch
anted lehgious and economic, social and legal priv-
ees to t e Jewish colonists. From various countries
vs flocked in, bringing their energies, their com-
tabbis To Be Guests
kt Testimonial
Rabbis of the Greater Miami
abbinnal Association will be
uests at the Testimonial Dinner
pr Ra: bi Morris A. Skop. spir-
fual leader of the Coral Gables
ewish Center, on Monday, Feb-
uary 18th. at the Center.
. Announcements will be made
ly President Herman Fisher in
(is Testimonial Address of the
ew five year contract awarded
Rabbi Skop bv the Congrega-
tion, and greetings will be ex-
ended by the Dean of Florida
Rabbis. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Jack Silvcrman, Dinner Com-
nittee chairman, has arranged a
Irogram including floor show,
pchestra and a Testimonial Book
be presented to Rabbi Skop.
'lans will also be formulated for
he new land purchased for the
rowing Jewish Center.
PAST AND PRESENT IN BRAZIL
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
rr.ercial experience, their knowledge of Old World
needs. Pernambuco became known as Cues dos Judios
(Port of the Jews), and its main street, Riia dos Ju-
dios. Their wealth and power increased. .Freed from
Catholic restrictions, they celebrated their holidays
openly and even made religious processions thru the
streets. The great leader of Amsterdam. Menasseh
ben Israel, foresaw a great Jewish future in Brazil
and planned to visit them. A Jesuit writer complain-
ed that the sums these Jews spent on weddings and
decorations for religious processions were larger than
the King of Portugal could raise to quell the upris-
ings in Africa.
THE CATASTROPHE
This Ireedom and affluence suddenly ended. In
1654, the Dutch had to evacuate; as soon as the Por-
tuguese took over, the Inquisition moved in. In three
months, the entire Jewish community was robbed,
slaughtered, or driven underground. The Synagogues
were burned, and churches or monasteries erected on
their sites. Every trace of the first Jewish settlement
in America was destroyed. Even the cemetery in
Pernambuco was obliterated. Some refugees escaped
and reached New Amsterdam. With great difficulty
they finally obtained permission from peg-legged Pet-
er Stuyvesant to begin the largest Jewish community
of all time in the future New York City.
BRAZILIAN PATRIOTS
Open Judaism was no longer tolerated in Brazil.
Again Jews pretended to live outwardly as Christians.
Yet in spite of their reduced numbers, they flourished.
The great industrial city of San Paulo with a popu-
lation of 2,500,000 owes its origin to John Romalio, a
Marrano For more than a century these subterranean
Jews agitated for freedom from Portuguese tyranny.
Many gave their lives for Brazilian independence.
Maria de Seva, a Jewish New Christian, lost her two
sons and son-in-law in battle for the freedom of
Bahia. She sent her third son into the struggle. When
he was killed, she requested the rebel general to ac-
cept her remaining boys, 13 and 14 years old, as
soldiers.
SEPHARDIM ,nnnnn
Today Jews in Brazil number more than 100.0UU
and fall into three groups. Of the original Marrano
pioneers, who after the year 1822 of Brazilian mde-
pendenee reverted to Judaism, very few can be
identified. Intermarriage, conversion and assimilat. in
exacted their toll. In the highest social circles many
Christians are proud of their Jewish descent. Bjt
practically all other Sephardim came from Moro.
Greece. Egypt, or the Middle East. This community
is stagnant. There is little culture in evidence. A
formal, dessicated religion constitutes its group loyal-
ty. Except for moderate contributions to Israeli fur ,
they have little intercourse with the more vital Yi -
dish speaking segment.
FROM WESTERN EUROPE
The West Europeans can hardly be designated a
community. Hailing from England. France, Holland,
or Central Europe, they represent foreign capital and
regard themselves rather as nationals of their re-
spective countries than a separate religious entity.
In this category may be included the refugees from
Nazi Germany and Austria, who though more co-
hesive, also remain aloof from the Sephardim and
Ost Europeans. In the Copacabana district of Rio de
Janeiro they maintain a Reform Temple under the
leadership of a Rabbi following the great liberal Dr.
Leo Bacck. The allegiance of these West Europeans
to Judaism or Zionism falls far behind even the stag-
nant Sephardim.
THE VITAL GROUP
East Europeans constitute the organized commun-
ity, the most vibrant that ever existed in Brazil.
There are many Synagogues, yet real emphasis is not
on religion. One gets a feeling that the old fervor
in the age of faith now goes into other channels.
Enthusiasm for Yiddish, spoken or written, its press
and literature, glows with the fervency of a living
faith. Yiddish in Brazil is chaste and classic, without
the admixture of vulgar barbarisms as in the US.
This language and culture are cherished as the unify-
ing forces that will prevent the falling apart of the
Jewish groups throughout the Diaspora.
Witnessing a Zionist conference at Rio de Janeiro,
I concluded that Zionism is perhaps the strongest
cohesive force in Brazilian Jewry. As with us, annual
appeals send funds to Israel. Keen interest in Israel's
politics and economics, in its present and future well
being, can be deduced from the meeting I attended.
The last speaker began midnight and finished 2
a.m. Not a delegate or visitor left the hall.
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years, he serv-
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time as a secre-
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Pepper. Dietz
came to Miami
Beach in 1937,
and was associ-
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lan, Dietz and
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local Bar Asso-
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was also a
Mason, Shriner and Elk.
Mr. Dietz leaves his wife and
two daughters, Geraldine and
Shirley. He is also survived by
a brother, Meyer, two sisters,
Caroline and Geraldine, and his
mother, Mrs. Mina Rosenbloom.
Services were on Monday in the
Miami Beach Riverside, with in-
terment on Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
ficated.
To Review Book
On Arnold Volpe
Miss Bertha Aldrich, librarian
of the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary, will review the biography,
Arnold Volpe: Bridge Between
Two Musical Worlds, on her reg-
ularly scheduled weeklv pro-
gram tomorrow evening, 6:45 p.
m., over station WKAT.
The book was written last year
by Mrs. Arnold Volpe, manager
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, and published
by the University of Miami Press.
I Calls B'nai B'rith Meeting
Sidney M. Aronovitz. newly:
elected president of the B nai
I B'rith Council of South Florida,
I has called a meeting of the Coun-
cil to be held on Thursday even-
ing, February 14th. at 8 p.m. m
the B'nai B'rith offices. 330 Sey-
bold Building. Plans for a bar-
becue will be discussed.
They Knew What
They Wanted To
Open At Ring
They Knew What They Want-
ed, by Sidney Howard, opens at
the Ring Theatre at the Univer-
sity of Miami on Tuesday even-
ing, February 12th, for a two-
week run through February 24th.
The play will be remembered
for its successful run on Broad-
way and is being brought to the
Ring stage by Director Gordon
Bennett. Ed Krasner has been
cast as Tony, Stella Grey as Amy,
and Jack Betts as Joe. Both
Krasner and Miss Grey will be
remembered for their fine per-
formances in last season's I Re-
member Mama, and Betts for his
portrayal of the young play-
wright in Light Up The Sky.
Members of the Italian-American
Club, of Miami, are also includ-
ed among the cast of Ring
Theatre players. ______
Beach Hadassah Learns
Of Life In Kibbutz
Miami Beach Hadassah, Busin-
ess and Professional Women's
Group, will meet at Temple Beth
Sholom, on Tuesday evening.
February 12th, 8:30 p.m.
Miss Jean Brown, program
chairman, announces that a book
review will be given. A new
member of the group, Miss Freda
Viner, who has lived in the State
of Israel for a year and a half.
will also describe life in a Kib-
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| Jacob Landau Succumbs To Heart Attack
I At 59; Founded Jewish News Agency
ORK CITY (AJP) A Viennese newsman who went on
. : "b at" and in so doing formed the
Jewish news service, died here this week at the age of
Landau, who had been ill for several yen.-, succumbed
:!;.
thi Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Landau was the
which uncovered anti-Jewish ac-
tivities i: Rumania and later in
Nazi Germany, cost the JTA its
and South A.r.er- I ''urt.';,us '" dictatorships.
During World War II, he served
Vi,.n.vi hn entered ,wl,tn the Wal" Rt'fugee Board in
"\ \y^Ptrl(in? helping resettle displaced
lern intet-
!" network.
.i r.\. he organized
i Paris, Warsaw. Ber-
:!l in
his early twenties,
xperience on magazines
tnd papers throughout Europe.
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Landau's other journalistic en-
ideavors included the founding of
i the Overseas News Agency and
' the Jewish Daily Bulletin. The
I Bulletin discontinued operation
lirx 1935 while the ONA, an indc-
; pendent press service of general
I news, remains in operation.
Numbering among Landau's
close friends was Albert Einstein,
.after whom the newsman named
a son.
Vof/#i Shore To
Install Torah
On Sunday
A spei ially writt n mu i
ntitl ah -Th I
itance 01 Isi ael, compo I d
I i "; Ma;
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Cei ter, and Cantor Samuel Ki le-
mer, of Tee-pie tJetn Snolom, will
1) pn senti I as part of thi In
stallation Services of the first
Torah at the North Shore J> w-
ish Center on Sunday afternoon,
February 10th.
Rabbi Al ramowitz will serve as
I narrator, and Cantor Kelemer
will sing the musical portions.
Mayor D Lee Powell, of Miami
j Beach, will deliver a welcoming
j address at the special Installation
Services. Members of the Miami
Beach City Council will greet the
j assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Eckstein, of Patterson, New Jer-
l sey, who contributed the Scroll of
I Law, will act as hosts at the spe-
cial cocktail and buffet supoer
1 which will follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Eckstein, formerly of Patterson, New Jersey,
are shown above holding the Sefer Torah which Ih'iy will donate
to the North Shore Jewish Center al a Siyum Halorah on Sunday.
February 10th. At lefl is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Center Presi-
dent. Melvin Pazo! stands at the right.
Mizrachi Women To Hear Rabbi Meschelofl
Rabbi Modes Mescheloff will b& i Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Or-
euest speaker following the per- ganization. on Sunday evening,
formance of a film during the February 10th. 8 p.m., at the Con-
meeting of the Miami Beach j_firggation Beth Jacob.___________,
Jacob Landau
W the onslaught of World War
I. Landau, then in neutral Hol-
laid the groundwork for
what was later to become the
founding the Jewish Cor-
e Bureau. The end of
the wai saw the bureau emerge
JTA.
the director of a vast
: i : work, Landau never re-
linquished his zeal for report-
ing. Even as JTA bureaus the
world over covered happenings
: J wish interest at far-flung
point?, Landau personally report-
id such events as the Paris Peace
Conference and other major hap-
pening.-
Probings inspired by Landau
All Cream Cheese is
Dr. Max Arzt. leading Jewish
scholar and a vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, arrived in
Miami Beach Wednesday after-
noon wilh Mrs. Arzt. Dr. Arzt
holds the post of Associate
Professor of Practical Theology
at the Seminary's Rabbinical
School. He will be guest speak-
er oarinq Friday services to-
r'gnt at Ihe Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
Lear School Holds
I Graduation Exercises
l Lear School held its mid-
luation exercises last
[he graduates presented as
' 'r theme, Music Universal
al recitation! were inter-
ith folk songs of manv
"ties. Mrs. Dorothy Lisa
mezzo-soprano, sang
and the UN Song. Miss
Rubin offered the solos ol
>ngs. The high school
"'"iv gradual,', were Miss
| Rubin, who Rave the salu-
Iress, and Miss Carol
; th ut Mi imi Beach. Miss
'Ik, who gave the vale-
dress, plans to enter the
[University of Miami this month.
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Personally Speaking
Jacqueline Kaplan, Chicago artist, is visiting her parents,
Mr erne! Mrs. William S. Sheade, of Miami. Mrs. Kaplan, who
plans to make Miami her home, works only in the Graphic Arts
I media.
Mrs. Faye Brownstein and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Friedman
and their children, of Ansonia, Connecticut, arrived in Miami
Beach, where they will visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Soero, 920 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mrs. Brownstein will spend
the winter season with them.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worth, of 1061 Michigan Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, will celebraate their silver wedding anniversary at
a dinner party on Tuesday evening, February 12th, at the Gross-
inqer-Pancoast Hotel. Attending the celebration will be Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs! Hyman Goldberg, Mrs. Worth's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Braeman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Steinberg, Mrs. Marion Soltz and Mr. Sidney Soltz.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goodman, of 7712 Byron Avenue, Miami
Beach, have been entertaining winter vacationers Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Winterman, of Providence, Rhode Island, during their
Miami Beach holiday. The Wintermans are staying at the Del-
ano Hotel.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ochsman, of Silver Springs, Maryland,
are visiting their relatives Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mazo, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Horowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stubins, of
Miami Beach.
M
Dan Gillman, publicity manager of New York's Second
Avenue Theater, and his aunt, Mrs. Minnie Bronstein, will ar-
rive in Miami on Monday. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. Leit-
ner. of 22 NW 18th Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weitz-
mar., oi 1971 SW 29th Avenue.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. I. Schwartz, of 1637 SW 17th Street, Miami,
celebrated their 32nd wedding anniversary at home last week
with friends and relatives present.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman, of 3555 Flamingo Drive,
Miami Beach, received surprise visits from their children. Mr.
Mrs. Meyer Werman and Mrs. Esther Scheinholz, of Hew-
litt Bay Perk, Long Island, New York.
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First Lieutenant and Mrs. Gideon Lichtman Rimon, of 1711
SW 9th Street, Miami, announce the birth of their daughter,
Be:r. Lynn, at Doctors Hospital last January 18th. Mrs. Rimon
is the iormer Es'her Ann Cohen. Lieutenant Rimon recently
returned from the Korean Front where he flew jet fighter planes.
* *
Esther Millstone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Millstone,
c! 152 NW 43rd Place, and Evelyn and Phylis Nieberg, twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nieberg, of 3942 SW 5th;
Street, have been awarded scholarships to the University of
Miami. They will begin their studies at the University this
month.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman, of Chicago, manager of Cantor
I Pierre Pinchik and Metropolitan Opera Tenor Richard Tucker,
are spending the season at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miam:
Beach. Also vacationing at the Strath Haven are Rabbi and
Mrs. J. M. Jacobson, of Boston, leading Massachusetts caterer.
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Mrs. Lois Vangilder, formerly of Miami, is a house guest
foi Mrs. Sady G. Rose, 821 SW 11th Avenue.
* *
Joseph Kogos, of 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, is
entertaining his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kogos, of Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ziddel, of
Cambridge, are also visiting him.
* *
Mrs. Daniel Cromer, of 975 West 48th Street, Miami Beach,
is recuperating at home following a major operation at the
Victoria Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow have moved to their new
home at 647 Palermo Avenue, Coral Gables.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Yolen, of Portchester, New York, are
spending the winter here. Their boat, Roam No. 3, is anchored
a: the Kingston Hotel. Their daughter, Michele, is with them.
* *
Mrs. A. Finley Binder, of Richmond, Virginia, left on Wed-
nesday after spending ten days with her mother, Mrs. Ethel
Shochet, at the Hotel Good, Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Morris Stolz and son, Freddie, of New York City, are
I spending several v/eeks here at the Surfside Plaza Hotel, Miami
I Beach.
*
Norman A. Rossman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A.
Rossman. of 4455 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, received a
Bachelor of Science degree last Saturday from the University
of Florida. Mr. Rossman majored in Accounting and Business
[ Administration and was active in club activities.
Marilyn Ruth Gould
To Wed Irving Chait
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gould of
4800 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Marilyn Ruth, to Irving
Harris Chait, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Judy Polaris We
Neivert; Will Reside
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Polaris,
of 1250 NW 2nd Street, Miami,
announce the!*marriage of their
daughter, Judy, to Stanley- Paul
Neivert, son of Mr. -and Mrs.
Henry Neivert, Gloversville, New
York.
ds Stanley
In Hialeah
i skirt. Bridesmaids were Miss
Freda Hall and Miss Jean Wise-
man. Beverly Sue Polans was
junior bridesmaid.
Toni Pillettari was best man.
Bill Weiss, Leo Wiseman ar.d
Jimmy Polans, the bride's broth-
er, were ushers.
Following a honeymoon trip
through central Florida and Lou-
isiana, the couple will reside at
650 East 14th Street, Hiakah.
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Samuel Chait, of New York City.
Miss Gould graduated from the
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University of Miami. She is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phil
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Mr. Chait attended New York
University and the City College
of New York.
The couple plan a spring wed-
ding.
Mrs. Stanley Neivert
The wedding took place last
Sunday evening in the Surf Room
of the Roney Plaza Hotel, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing.
The bride wore a pink chan-
tilly lace gown trimmed with
seed pearls and satin train. A
pearl-studded tiara capped her
four-tiered, fingertip veil. Miss
Phyllis Rosen was made of honor
and wore a frock with cham-
pagne brocaded bodice and net
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Off The Record
Posl 2: Patten

* kmist Fkriter
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1952
I i*i Opponent* Of
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c-- seeks ever tc be deceived. In the machinery of dsception,
gnptixi that we reach the summit of out suave civilization.
_4* what ether living creature has the intellectual capacity
Iq say :-e :".-.:r.g and mean another, to conceive one course of
ebon and perform another, to operate on one level externally
while" satisfying a totally opposite and secret motive?
characteristics arhik ins
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for in principles
= _: it would be equally difficult to deny that each cf these
speakers -was Bat as much concerned with expressing a similar
regard for his own person as well as for the politica: party he
represented. Tr.t adjectiTe. great", was literally torn to shreds.
What a = sared more than indecent was that hardly a soul wished
:: attend its burial Toward the end of the afternoon, 9re<'
wandered m pathetic tatters, meaningless and without a friend.
TcH Vice Preside.-, t shook his fisi while characterizing Israel and
its LOMiiinil efforts with the rapidly expiring adjective. He
hastened by contrast to explain awmy America's similar experi-
er.ces with 'such efforts sponsored over the past eighlaen years by
the Democratic Party and warned that accusations and cries of
Ccrr.rr.urJsi by r.c opposing potttka] segment would deter -n
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virtus of Mr. Cherner's earlier, almost forgotten c.ea f
,.:y seemed suddenly apparent. In none of the ta.KS coma
feel selfless effort directed toward the comrr.cr. ?raL i
:t r.:\p beir.g rerr.ir.o.?d of recent reports concerning Hoy
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__derstands the subt'-'ty of oecep-
this* more bitterly humorous than tl r.e
dvire in the negotiation of repayment w*

handling -..-. Ben Government s account in the United
Ktr.rir. Adenauer, too. understands the subf.-'ty ol ***K
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denying the possibility of such rapid ef^ni(ie(j
''-* is i the Atforney General stooc .-'' jfl(j
* -r losing America's grace. The Europea-
raei .-i-. co| ret ceased equating American unders.an
-rr.T Thui re rcr.t.nufd his way. speaking ''"?(
c long ceased listening the! Israel w0" ;,.,
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1952
Knesset Suspends Herut Leader For
Three Weeks; Beigin Charges Cowardice
^gan debate on German policy the Knesset voted S week 56-47
,0 exclude Herut leader Menachem Beigin from parliamentary ses
sions until after the Passover recess. mtmaiy ses-
I Knesset also gave first reading to a bill securing the Knes
a and began prepara---------------------------------* r^ncs-
Consumptive Relief
Holds Card Party
+Jewi set building
Don "i ;i measure to punish at-
tacks i'ii the police.
The bill for immunity of the
Knesset building defines provis-
sions I "' the maintenance of or-
der within the Knesset Chamber,
within the building and within
the square on which the" build-
jng is located. It gives the Speak-
,; ol the House power to appoint
sergeants-at-arma to maintain or-
der in ihi' chamber and empow-
ers him t" either allow or pro-
hibit the gathering of crowds or
the holding of demonstrations in
the square. He is also given
authority to order the Attorney
General to bring to trial persons
nsible for disorder in the
Knesset
Tin Herut Party began boycott
of Parliamentary sessions in sol-
idarity with Menahem Beigin, the
party leader. Meanwhile, Beigin
denounced the "Mapai-Religious
Blue coalition" which "expelled"
from Parliament and called his
three-month suspension from that
body an "act of political and mor-
tal'cowardice." The right-wing
charged that he was sus-
pended without trial because
"the Ben-Guiion regime" fears to
faci independent court. He
.said that the Knesset Rules Com-
mittee had acted as "accusers-
witnesses-judges" in "sentencing"
him without asking him to state
his i ase. \
He also said that his suspen-
sionan act which he insisted
wa- unprecedented in any free
democracy--------was a violation
of the Dusic civil rights of the
citizens who had elected him to
Parliament. He pledged continu-
ation of the battle against the
government's policy of direct ne-
gotiations with Germany despite
the fact that he had been "de-
prived of the Knesset platform."
General Zionist spokesmen, in
the debate on Beigin's exclusion,
had condemned the January 7th
demonstrations but opposed the
exclusion of Beigin as "under-
mining parliamentary immunity
and sabotaging the parliamentary
regime. The Progressives op-
the ban on similar grounds
aid it amounted to "judging
deputies for deeds done outside
Parliament." Mapam spokesmen
tiled the Mapai-led mapority
nposing a new "emergency
of7hrf'i?V/liCdn:an is chairman
of the Kard. Knishes. and Koffee
realty to be neld on Monday eve-
ning, February 11th. 8 pm ,t
BtcnVillHa,\1PCnn HotelPMiam!
Beach, by the Greater Miami
Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives'
Kelief Society.
A brief business meeting will
precede the party, enabling mem-
bers to turn in their ads for the
Donor Journal to Journal Chair-
man Mrs. Maurv Poncher. "The
Journal is an aspect of the Donor
Dinner to be held at the Casa-
blanca Hotel on Sunday evening.
March 9th, one of the main fund-
raising events of the year," Mrs.
Poncher said, "and proceeds are
used exclusively to help tuber-
cular patients."
Mrs. Jerry Poncher and Mrs
Leonard Weiss are co-chairman,
with Mrs. David Bcndell, Donor
treasurer.
PAGE 9 A
Friedman Speaks
Milton A. Friedman will be
guest speaker at the Sholc-m
Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon-
meeting today at the Miami Co-
lonial Hotel. He will review the
Reader's Digest article. Fair
Trials In Our Small Courts.
, Compare
nun***
of
law' to silence its critics" and
charged the government with
maintaining a political censor-
ship of ti,e prcss Hcrut depu.
lies c.-.arged the government with
.Paving the way to totalitarian-
ism,
Choose Winners Of
Terry Art Contest
Winners of 274 cash prizes to-
taling Ma.OOO, were determined
y a jury of award this week,
wnicn reviewed the thousands of
Rl .' the Terry National
Art Exhibit.
o mJJJ!?' including the first prize
L ,0 ?' w,]l be withhold from
>rn,,PUbllc by the Jurv of seven
mini nt art critics until Sunday,
Pebruary 24th, when the big
.Ut-dny art show wi t
IJJinner Key Auditorium.
George Wintz, chief barker of
I fL ,''K'ty Club- this wcck ap-
"inted a committee under whose
li<, ri'f" ,P0 Partings will be of-
Ison r salc- with a11 commis-
C,f,mfi to the Variety Child-
| '' pital.
LEGAL NOTICE
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ANnTcHJUOICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
p,^cT2R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
ITT'K MEIXHOLD WEISS.
NOTiz-i- -., Defendant.
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Reparation* Lmw
Causes Rebate
DUSSELDORF, (JTA) Sharp
debates featured a discussion
here of a proposed reparations
law for the province of North
Rhine-Westphalia. The debates
took place in the provincial par-
liament when various amend-
ments were proposed to the meas-
ure.
It is expected that the bill will
be presented in its final form
sometime next month. It is esti-
mated that payments totalling
756,000,000 German marks will be
made if the bill becomes law. One
criticism of the measure was
voiced by a deputy who opposed
the use of taxes to meet repara-
tions obligations.
The parliament of the Federal
German Republic last week de-
cided to establish a committee to
prepare Federal reparations laws
and to co-ordinate the work of
the various provincial states in
the sphere of restitution.
The question of German resti-
tution to victims of Nazism can
only be settled when the Federal
Government of West Germany
takes the initiative in the matter,
Dr. H. G. Van Dam, secretary-
general of the Central Council of
Jews in Germany, declared here
in an interview with a British
newspaper.
Dr. Van Dam, who said that it
was absurd to put the question
of paying compensation to vic-
tims of Nazism on a level with
the payment of national debts or
the rehabilitation of refugees, in-
sisted that the German people's
mood was not conducive to an
easy and quick settlement of the
restitution question. He said that
there was not too much active
anti-Semitism in Germany today,
but felt that the German people
might change its attitude easily.
Yiddish Players
To Appear iiere
The Yiddish Variety Players
will make their Miami Beach de-
but in the Jewish Cultural Cen-
ter, 429 Lenox Avenue, on Sun-
day, March 2nd, at 8 p.m.
The troup will feature the dra-
matic and comedy star, Lillian
Schecter. It will also introduce
the act. Who Is Guilty, present-
ing such personalities as Sam
Stern, Anna Marcus, Morris Con-
rad and Herchell Feinstein. Music
will be conducted by Jack Holly-
wood.
TinJpni^REEMENT SET IN ISRAEL: Officials of the Pales-
menl wUh th2'?PanT E ShWn they prepare lo si9n an a9ree"
iTe DmH 2 T- Gverrnm?"t Jor the resumption of work at
without Pn^tM- f ,n.'h! J-.*W,sh State< Perez Naphtali. Minister
.fk (center), discusses the final points of the agree-
JTpw Z*i rePresenta*> the Palestine Potash Company. A
new Israel company ,s being established to operate the plant.
___________________________(American Jewish Press-ISI Photo)
Monticello Hadassah To
Celebrate Anniversary
A postponed annual Monticello-
Miami Hadassah Brunch and
Musicale will be held on Thurs-
day morning, February 21st, 11:30
a.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Celcbratine its 25th annivers-
ary, the Group will present the
program for the ninth consecu-
tive year. Proceeds of the affair
will go to Youth Alyah and HMO.
Reservations may be made by
phoning 58-1880 or 86-1612.
Pioneer Women
To See Film
The Pioneer Women, Club No.
1, will present a Chamisha Osor
B'Shvat Party at the Knesseth
Israel Congregation on Sunday
evening, February 10th, at 8 p.m.
The most recent Jewish National
Fund motion picture made in Is-
rael is scheduled to be shown.
To Appear On
Radio For
National Fund
The Jewish National Fund will
present a series of radio programs
on Sunday, February 10th, in
celebration of Chamisha Osor
B'Shvat.
Under the general title, Trees
Work For Israel, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will appear at 2 p.m.,
on WMBM. Harold Shapiro will
appear on WINZ at 12 p.m., and
Daniel Broad will appear on
WFEC at 11 a.m.
then Compe
null ttt,
Delano Hotel Opens
Zodiac Room
Manager Charles Goldberg of
the Delano Hotel's Blue Room re-
cently opened the adjacent Zodiac
Club Room to accommodate the
exceptionally heavy demand for
service during the traditional
Friday night dinner, it was re-
ported this week.
The added seating arrange-
ments will permit out-of-town as
well as local patrons to partake
of the cuisine which has made
the Delano Blue Room famous.
Maitre de Springer arranges can-
dles and sacramental wine for
each table, while chef Doebele,
internationally famous gourmet,
has prepared a host of European
and Jewish-style dishes to please
the taste of a variety of appetites.
The Blue Room was awarded
the 1951 Institutions Magazine
First Prize for the highest stan-
dards of any mass-feeding organ-
ization in the country in the pre-
paration, handling, serving and
sanitary processing of food.
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Forum To Fete
Reisen-s Rirthdau
Der Yiddisher Forum will cele-
brate the 75th birthday of the
famous poet and short story mas-
ter, Avrohom Rcisen, during its
regular weekly meeting tomorrow
evening, February 9th, 8:30 p.m.,
in the Conference Room of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. journ-
alist and literary critic, will speak
on: Reiscn------His Place In Yid-
dish Literature. Readings of
Reisen's works will also be given
by J. Dekter, B. Morrison and
the well-known actor-reader, Al
Harris.
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Shaloma Hadas-ah
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a Mystery
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Israel: Hadassch Hears
Talk Or. *ev.-s la
Zz'.zt.':z. America
Al Harris
|ter this evening under the aus-
Mayor Powell Proclaim j. b. Henderson Vies To Succeed ^^anband Lub: Z!0n'
Self As Sheriff In May Primaries Ham* mm impersorau the hU.
_ -_.._ .. ...-. ,f vjcht docks andjmor of Sholera Aieicherr. the
folk tales of Peretz ar.d the folk
to [lore of American Jewish Humor
_.r.en of I in costume and make-up.
World* He is also a member! The Ben-Gurion Branch of the
":-:.: -,;- oal nd State Sher-! Labor Ziomst Order wf.. subse-
Honda Peace ffi^*^^^ S
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wciations. Florida Peace IgT^JT "aSS* fceir Tegular
"- ers Association, and of the meeting on Thursday evenir.g,
er County Association of | Februarv i4tn, at the Ccgrega-
I Police. Other member- I tJon Betn gj
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Maaada Hears Burnett
Mcsaac Hears flurne:: uouege wr women, mty na d ... "-1 r- "-; ..
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*Jeni$ti ttoridUmn
PAGE 11 A
JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL WOLF
.. -. i.> i-ii;i.i. i!'M', Jewish Talegraphli
A*, nc
Inc )
The ig opportunity of Dick
Savitt how up Frank Shields
: naming him to the US
team in the Australia
matchi.- has gone down the
Savitt had hoped to meet
A alian ace Frank Sedgman
in the finals for the Australian
title, v. i h Savitt was defending.
| But the I. wish star was beaten
in the semi-finals. As it turned
5 ......n was later upset by
alian Kin McGregor, the
man who dumped Savitt.
1 a timi it looked as if Dick
might not finish the game with
Miiln;: A hot controversy
raged ovi the question of spiked
ihoes, About half-way through
et it started to rain. The
Australian changed to spiked
! it let out a loud pro-
S| weren't used in the
[st he said, and he didn't
lhave any with him. He charged
I that the shoes gave McGregor
Ian infair advantage. But the
Iproti was to no avail.
Veteran referee Ruby Gold-
stein is the man about town in
New York following his surpris-
ing action in stopping a hopeless-
ly dull tight. He is being called
everything from a smart ref to
a good TV critic. (His action
Basetall Preview: Cal Abrams,
okina forward to an-
n with Brooklyn, has
the (lotted line. He
Ith Dodger to agree to
for the coming pen-
i. Is big question for
can he do as well at
i the road? In the last
Cal had a .333 average
but only .235 at
Field. As his fans still
during one road trip

Hank Greenberg, who in his
s was regarded as an
expert with a bat, is going to try
to pass "ii some of his know-how
;, Cleveland's power hitters.
Aiming for a good season, he
plans to take the situation in
hand himself and give some di-
rect tutoring. One of the star
pupils' of teacher Hank, Cleve-
land's genera] manager, will be
Al Rosen. School opens February
19th, m the training camp at
Tucson, Arizona.
George Weiss, one of the front
personalities of the New
Yeik Yankees, is holder of an i
award for "distinguished achieve;" HiU^-"1!?."8,1 ?.ewilh Welfare
ment." The presentation to the
Y nkr> vice-president and gen
\.maiUT was made by the
New Haven, Connecticut, Adver-
Club.
*
nor i hapter Has
Fruit Party
On Sunday. February 10th,
8 p.m.. the Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
.._____ Women, will hold its annual Cha-
nj'sha Osor B'Shvat Party, at
rhe rift in tennis circles with h E1 Aud""''ium.
respect to Savitt was underlined ..Arn*ed by Mrs. Rose Pertes,
\\ lien Dick heard that president -"" will include two
Kussel B. Kingman of the US .....VIIS <"l'" Lawn Tennis Association said lnd House In The Desert. Rabbi
Shields' attack on Savitt was not David s:'aP"'" will be guest
endorsed by the association Com- sPeaker.
merited Savitt: "I feel much hap-
pier '
Mana-Zucca. Leonard
Rose To Be Interviewed
Mrs. Mane Volpe will present
two guests on her radio program
tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., over sta-
tion WKAT- "*
Mana-Zucca, whose Tone Poem
will have its first performance
with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra, and Leon-
ard Rose, 'cellist, will be inter-
viewed by Mrs. Volpe.
Van Dusen Vies
For State
Super Post
Dr. C. Raymond Van Dusen,
vice-chairman of the Dade Coun-
ended a boring TV show.) In a 'ty boaid of public instruction,
bout between Johnny Saxton and ''"inounced this week he will be
Livio Minelli, Ruby halted action a candidate for the position of
if you could call it that, in the 'slate superintendent of public in-
seventh and gave the fight to', struction in the Spring primar-
Saxton. He said the match was iles-
uneven Goldstein called upon | "I am convinced that the sal-
tne rule which says: "The ref- vation of our free public schools
eree shall have power to stop a '"''c',," ;" ""
bout or contest at any stage and
make a decision if he considers
it too one-sided"
rests in the countries where the
children live and not in the state
department of education. Trying
to educate our children by remote
control on the basis of who is
All of the teams* participatingJ nfht ^ tne state department of
the National Jewish Welfare1 Cn is next to impossible,"
Board's basketball "Tournament ,n Dusen declared. "The public
of Champions," are required to I s,cn.ools this country are tra-
be registered with the Amateur
Athletic Union, and to hold AAU
membership cards. The event
will be in Baltimore. March 8th
and 9th. The Canadian team tak-
ing part will be certified by the
proper Canadian authorities.
ditionally a matter of local re-
sponsibility. This is the demo-
cratic approach in education."
Van Dusen has been a constant
ers declare. In his position as a
foe of school waste, his support-
Dade County school board mem-
Basketball star Max Zaslofskv, Del'-. ne urged that a management
who has been having his troubles engineer be hired to bring about
with the New York Knickcr- economy and better management.
bockers of the National Basket- The father of a four year old
ball Association, has been used daughter, he has taken a lead in
more frequently lately.
ILVach Lodge To
| Hold lllood Drive
Cl lirman of the B'nai B'rith
Lodgi s Blood Bank. Sam-
St( i, this week announced
for blood which will be
' on Wednesday, February
J-'tn. between 5 and 8 p.m., at
; Beth Sholom.
ted that eligible
Of Hi ;i in Airs
Platform For
Governor's Post
demanding protection for child-
ren. During the recent Dade
i County bombings, he told the
| school board that if "dwellings
; and churches can become the tar-
I get of. the rats who gnaw at the
I structure of our government, so
can schools. These actions should
In a directive issued this week, j arouse the indignation and ab-
Brailev Odham submitted for | horrence of every upright Amer-
pubhcation the platform on which ican citizen. I, as a representative
he would run as a candidate for | of the people of Dade County in
the post of Governor of Florida. I the field of education and as a
Declaring that his only con- : veteran, firmly believe that this
corn "is the protection of the i board would be negligent in its
people's government from the'duties if it did not speak out a-
corrupting influence of the gam- gainst these prejudicial, subver-
blers, the dog track racketeers i sive and un-American activities."
and the professional politicians-j other school safety features
for-hire he stated that he would that have received action on Van
do what he could to curb the Dusen s request were a study and
owerM of these "corrupting correction of school hazards, civil
I defense for the schools and a
little importance i drive for better school bus safe-
next Governor of j ty.
Brailey Od- Van Dusen. who is on leave
Mortimer May
Ta Speak At
Zionist Meeting
Mortimer May. chairman of the
National Executive Committee.
Zionist Organization of America.
will be guest speaker at the Feb-
ruary 13th meeting of the Israel
Zionist District, according to a
statement by Dr. Louis G. Lyt-
ton. District president.
Saul Genet and Mai England-
er, program chairmen, stated that
the meeting will be held at the
Israel Cavalcade, 90 23rd Street,
and will present an opportunity
to view Israel's latest develop-
ments in metal craft and art.
Mortimer May will discuss the
World Zionist Organization and
its Actions Committee of which
he is a member. Seymour B.
Liebman, chairman of the Israel
Zionist District Board, will then
discuss, What Zionists Must
Understand About Israel.
AOL Sight
Highlights Joiat
Lodge Meeting
An annual ADL Night.will high-
light the joint meeting of I
North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith
and North Shore B'nai B'i:th
Women's Chapter to be held in
Monday, February 11th, 8:15 p.
m., at the Center building on Mi
ami Beach, according to a joint
announcement by Leo Steinman,
North Shore Lodge president.
and Mrs. Jack Wein, North S!
Women's Chapter president.
Gilbert J. Balkin, Dii.
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will report on the recent
bombings and will discuss the
current ADL program for elim-
inating intolerance and building
good human relations among all
persons. An exhibit of Anti-
Defamation League educational
materials will also be displayed.
The Master Singers Choral
group will then render several
musical selections. Melvin J.
Richard. ADL chairman of the
North Shore Lodge, arranged tl
program together with Leo Stein-
man and Mrs. Wein.
forces
"It is of
whether the
Florida is named
List Officials
Appointed To
Cancer Institute
Recently elected to the Dade
County Cancer Institute Board
of Directors, composed of physic-
ians and laymen, were Leonard
L. Abess, Sam Friedland, Dr. J.
Randolph Perdue, Mrs. Charles
William Pusey, and Dr. Joseph
S. Stewart.
Committee appointments were
completed this week for 1952 bv
Mr. Leonard A. Wien, president,
from the Institute Board of Direc-
tors include Public Relations and
Public Education. Dr. Joseph S-
Stewart: Budget, J. Gerald Lew-
is; Expansion, Dr. Carlos P. La-
mar; Planning, Dr. Homer L.
Pearson; Charter and Bv-Laws,
Leonard G. Egert; Building,
James M. Albert: Memorial.
Clyde A. Epperson; Finance, W.
Keith Phillips; and Research, Dr.
Benjamin Orcn.
The Institute's Medical Advis-
ory Committee, comprised of
twenty-four physicians, met
Wednesday noon to elect its own
co-chairmen.
II urea ii I loan I
Meets Monday
A regular meeting of the Boa.d
of Directors, Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be held on Mon-
day, February 11th, 8:15 p.m..
at the new building of the Bur-
eau, 135 NW 3rd Avenue.
The Board will discuss the con-
templated Bureau budget : r
1952, review school applications
for affiliation with the Bureau
and take action on an amend-
ment to the new constitution with
reference to a teacher's placement
committee.
Officers of the Bureau include
Max Meisel, president; Dr. M.
J. Click, Mrs. Matilda Ratner
and Harry Simonhoff, vice pre
dents: Israel Shapoff, secretary;
ar.d Benjamin Meyers, treasui
ham." the candidate said, "but it | from the University of M
is of the highest importance that where he is a professor and
we clean up our state and local part ment

governments and keep them
clean for ourselves and our child-
ren."
is a pi
chairman,
is on
"iami
de-
holds the
BA. MA and Doctor of Science
degrees from the universities of
Indiana and Michigan. He has
Odham explained that Florida's taken post-graduate work in Edu-
1!1 veais of age progress has been limited by the cation and Psychology at Iowa
greed, graft and calculated con- and Chicago and is listed in
fusion of professional politicians Who's Who in American Educa-
ancl by the few selfish interests tion. An infantryman and Ad-
who buy and boss them. jutant General in World War II.
"These cannot stand against an he is a member of the active re-
aroused people," he stated, "mov-1 serve and is affiliated with the
ed by moral principle. The in-' American Legion. He is a trus-
dependent votes of honest'citiz- Itee of the South Miami Methodist
ens can and must beat them." Church and is a 32nd degree Mas-
Odham further pledged to on-
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i rejected because of
illnesses, need not be
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1952
Leonard Rose, Master Violincellist
lulg< S|iakl
S|<'jks To
llVrzl liroup
Judge Harold Spaet will ad-
dress members of the Herzl
Group. Hadassah Women, on
Monday, February 11th, 2 p.m.,
at their regular meeting in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Judge Spaet will speak in be- (tors-
half of the 1952 Combined Jew-
Appeal and will tell of the
NEW YORK, (JTA)-A ten-
SEC. E 'year agricultural plan designed to
=====r make Israel self-sustsining in
I food production and costing $840,-
000,0000------the major portion of
which will be provided by Amer-
ican Jewshas been launched by
the United Palestine Appeal ag-
encies in conjunction with the
Israel Government, it was an-
-ounced here by Rudolf G. Son-
neborn, UPA national chairman,
in a report to the annual meet-
of the agency's Board of Direc-
iponard Ross, native Miamian and :amous American 'cellist.
will be Matured soloist with the University of Miami Symphony
SchestrV under the direction of John Bitter on Sunday and
Mo dav evenings. February 10th and Hih. Mr. Rose- who re-
stned h cha* a. first cellist with the New York Philharmonic
Symphory Orchestra in favor of individual concert tours will
pc-Torm Ernest Bloch's Hebrew Rhapsody. Scheomo. as part of
the catenation of Jewish Music Month. He will dlivn-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose. 774 NW First Stuet.___________________
extensive relief and resettlement
programs in Israel which are sup-
ported through the annual fund
drive. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro will
preside.
North Shore Sisters
Hold Gaieties Review
The Sisterhood of the North
(Shore Jewish Center presented
its Gaieties affair last night at the
Center building.
Ihe review and dialogue were
; under the direction and produc-
tion of the Mesdames Josi ph
Feldman, Lester Lasky and Ralph
; Liberman.
The cast of the Gayety Review
included the Mesdames Milton
Kirschberg, Lewis Mendelsohn.
Ab Rosenthal, Gladys Schaps.
Jules Slansky, Abe Sussman and
I William Woolf. Tie Mesdames
I Sam Feldman. William Green-
jide, Sidney Neross, Sam Rose,
I Samuel Roser.thal and Arthur
Sweet were in the chorus. Mus-
ical accompaniment was by Mrs.
Maxwell Marks.
Mr. Sonneborn. who was re-
elected national chairman of the
UPA for the second successive
year, said that the implementa-
tion of the plan is divided into a
three-year period of initial set-
tlement and agricultural develop-
ment and a seven-year period of
as an independent entity carry-
ing out its traditional collectiona
in this country,
The United Israel Appeal ard
the Joint Distribution Committee
have reached an agreement on
the distribution of funds yielded
by this year's United Jewish Ap-
oeal drive, he reported. Of the
first S55.0OO.000 distributed
among the agencies, the United
Israel Appeal would receive 67
percent and the Joirt Distribu-
tion Committee 33 oercent. Of all
funds beyond $55,000,000 distrib-
uted by "the UJA, the United ^Is-
rael Appeal is to receive VtVi
oercent and the Joint Distriution
Committee, 12' percent.
Berl Locker, co-chairman of
the Jewish Agency executive,
who is currently in this country,
warned that the rising costs of

S52i366o,O0O will he required for
agricultural production to pro-
vide suflicient food supplies for
i population of 2.000,000. An ad-
ditional $308.0000.000 will be
needed to complete the plan s
projects in the subsequent seven
/ears. The plan calls f"r the es-
tablishment of 66.000 farm units
by the end of 1954.
Ellis Radinsky. UPA executive
li rector, announced that the
lame of the United Palestine Ap-
peal will be changed to United
Israel Appeal. Ho also reported
thai as of the beginning of this
year, the UPA has been re-o
i/.ed to represent in this country
the Keren Hayesod and the Jew-
He said that in 1952 at least S40,-
300.000$4,000,000 more than last
year will be needed for the im-
migrant- tl portation to Is:
and for their reception and initi
care.
Benja*min G. Browdy was
!ected chairman of the B< ard
Directors I the UIA. Abrah
L. Liebovitz was named treasurer
and Joseph Mazer chain: n r
the National Council. The Board
of Direr' tch is made up
120 members, i.; reconstituted
yearly with 60 percent of t
nen bei ship representing tl j
v-.m ious Zionist organizatii
with 40 percent as delegnt- i from
J h communities tl
1 Ancy?The Jewish National I the country. A testimonial dit
Fund,gwhich had been a const.tu- | was also tendered# RobertSrtv
ent of the UPA, will now function mar, secretary ot the l>rt\
YOUR
Both David Has
Installation
.V n ::--.illation meeting and
Id in the Beth David
Synagogui last week. Rabbi Max
-t lied the following
md members of the
I
B.ina: I A. Sterling, president;
:.. 1st vice president:
Frank A Rose, 2nd vice presi-
Feller, recording sec-
retary; Sidr.ey Pozen. financial
Daniel Seritt; treasur-
er; nd Harry Simons, assistant
treasun i
B :d of Directors in-
cludes:
Philip Abrams, Nathan Alex-
Sidney Aronovitz, Louie
Band. I, Murray Baum, Harry
Diamond, Samuel Dickson, Ben
Moe Feir.gold. Harvey
Hem.an, Max Jacobson, Abraham
Kasow, Harry Laufer, Sidney
Lefcourt, Nathan Liss, Dr. Roy
F. Mack, Harry Markowitz. Ed-
ware Merlin. Stanley C. Myers.
Sidney H Palmer, Henry Rabin.
David Rabinowitz, Edward Safer,
Herbert F.. Scher, Sam Seitlin,
Herbert Sher, Jacob Sher, S. J.
Speitor, Max Swartz, Samuel
Traurig, Aaron Weinkle and Jer-
ome Weinkle.
The Concert was implemented
by an ensemble consisting of Mr.
Richard Granville, 1st violin;
Miss Florence Siegal. 2nd violin;
and Mis. Mimi Retskin, piano.
Carl Hennig was featured as cello
soloist.
Kahhi Tassel To
lliscnss Health
Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spirit-
ual leader of the Kneseth Israel
Congregation, will be guest
speaker or Sunday morning. 8:4a
a.m., over station WKAT, on the
Rabbinical Association Program.
Ratbi Cassel will discuss prob-
lems relating, to mental health
and Judaism.
Gables Auxiliary
Meets Thursday
The Auxiliary of the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish War Veterans will
hold a membership meeting on
Tuesday, February 12th, 8:15
p m.. at 140 SW 52nd Avenue.
A presentation of the gavel to
Mrs Rosalind Nathanson, presi-
dent, will take place at that time.
Mrs. Lee Gordon, president of the
Miami Beach Auxiliary, will
make the presentation.
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P Kfew I by Shales Seudos.
Kv:;:,,. are at 8:30 a.m.,
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Dedicate" Friday Service
To Boy Scout Troop
, ,te Friday evening services
ti the Beth David Synagogue
fon s\V 3rd Avenue, Miami, will
fc conducted at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Kamches will officiate, assisted
bv the Choir.
'In commemoration of Boy
Kcout Sabbath throughout the
lUnittc! States, the Rabbi will dis-
Icuss the subject: The American
Tradition. Representatives of the
iBeth David Bov Scout Troop No.
09 wiJl participate in the service.
|fhe jair ramid Scout Award
will then be presented to six
members of the Troop who have
fulfilled t i necessary require-
ment-.
p', | n -i.s will be bv Mr.
\ N'ovogrodsky in
i. ,,,. =on, Eugene's Bar
Mitzvah Ihe O.neg Shabbat fol:
lowing tiv service will be spon-
sored bv Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bernstein in honor of their son,
Akibi's n an 'iage.
Rabbi Waxman Views
Exodus At West Miami
Exodus, will he the subject of
Rabbi Alfred Waxman's sermon
during Friday evening services "I
the West Miami Jewish Center,
.".720 SW 17th Street, at 8:30 p.m.
Hosts at an Oneg Shabbut fol-
lowing will be Mr. and Mrs. I.
Te'itler in honor of the 16th wed-
ding anniversary of their child-
ren, Mr. and Mrs. M. Teitler, of
Massachusetts.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Waxman will discuss the Weekly
Portion.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 West Dixie Highway, will
hold late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant,
assisted by Irving Jacobs. Dur-
ing the Oneg Shabbat following.
Miss Yetta Nelson, of Corpus
Christi. Texas, sister of Mrs. Al-
exander Cohen, will be honored
guest.
Shalos Seudos Ends Sabbath
At Congregation Beth Tfilah
Friday evening services at the
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Fuel id Avenue. Miami Beach, will
be at 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky will
deliver a lecture on Jewish His-
tory i,t 8:30 p.m.
S iturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m. Ra'obi Rackovsky
will discuss Music And Religion.
At 4:30 p.m.. the Rabbi will speak
or. the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
scheduled for 5 p.m., with Shalos
Seudos and Maariv following.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
followed by a class in Mishna.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan Preaches
At Miami Hebrew School
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 SW 12th Av- j
enue, will hold early Friday eve- i
ning services at 5:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Simon April officiating. A
late service is scheduled for 8:30
p.m.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ja-
cob Kaplan, who is scheduled to
discuss: Shortest Distance Be-
tween Two Points Is Not Always
A Straight Line. An Or.eg Shab-
bat will follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m.. during which
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Rothfeld, will become Bar
Mitzvah. A Mishna class is sched-
uled for 4 p.m., followed by Min-
cha, Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Cantor Berele Kelemcr will chant
all services.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
The Flagler Granada Jewish
Community Center, 50 NW 51st
Place, Miami, will conduct Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.rr...
with Reverend Leo Heim offici-
ating. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily
gi rvices are at 7:30 a.m.
During '.' Saturday morning
I service. 9 a.m;, the Bar Mitzvahsjder Robbins,
a gugenf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Men's Club.
AbeTOVOgrodsky, and Fred, son
: Mr an I Mf. Joe Perlove, will
take place
Continues Sermons As Aspects
Of 20th Century Exodus
When Stomachs Rumble. Peo-
ple Grumble, will be the subject
of Rabbi Leon Kronish's sermon
during Friday evening services at
Temple Beth Sholom. Chase Av-
enue and 41st Street, tonight, 8:15
p.m.
The Rabbi's sermon is the sec-
ond in a series of three dealing
with the problems of the 20th
century exodus and the return to
Israel. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low in the Banquet Hall, with
Judge Kenneth Qka greeting new
members. Prayer books will be
presented to them by Dr. Alcxan-
prcsident of the
Shirah Skop To Be Bas
Mitzvah At Gables Center
Friday evening services at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
Palermo Avenue, will be at 8:15
p.m.
Shirah, daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs. Morris A. Skop, spiritual
leader of the Center, will assist
her father and address the con-
gregation in honor of her Bas
Mitzvah on the following morn-
ing. Music will be by Cantor Ir-
ving Robinson and Stephen Kes-
sler, organist. An Oneg Shabbat
with Rabbi and Mrs. Skop as
hosts will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9:45 a.m. Torah in-
terpretation will be by Miss Skop,
who will discuss The Songs Of
Moses And Deborah, The Proph-
etess. Guests at the service will
be Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, dean of Florida Rabbis, and
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, of
Temple Beth Sholom. A Kiddush
will follow.
Rabb! Briskman Discusses
Youth. A: 3eth Jacob Service
R. Mescheloff will
.Vad CoftgweWtion- Beth Jacob,
301-31 Twa ,'on Avenue, Mi-
: Bea m Friday evening
rvices I 30 p.m. Cantor Yan-
kee Fon xttt chant.
K;.' Briskman, facul-
ty mi i Wf : the Yeshiva Torah
Mesilfa, will dis-
Ott Younger American
-
Saturday norning services are
B:30 a.m. Junior
Services under the
. Joseph Hurwitz will
Mincha will 'be at
5:30 : followed by Shalos
Sewta nd a discussion of the
Week'.' P rl >
An Israel Art Exhibit will also
be preserted by Saul Rabino.
eminent artist who recently re-
turned from a- Sketching toUr of
the new state. Color slides will
then be shown by Louis E. Gold-
man, who together- with Mrs.
Goldman and- Mr.-and Meg. Jo-
seph L. Shawmut, will be guests
of honor. :.
Saturdav mornirg services will
be at 10:45 a.m.-Cantor S-muel
Kelemer will-render the musical
Downtown Synagogue
K ., evening services at the
Powhfown Synagogue. 135 NW
3rd A\ : Miami, are sched-
uled for 5 p m.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
schi fof 5 p.m., followed
oy Shalos_Seudos and Maariv.
portions at alt stfrvices.
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Katz Family Hosts Oneg
Shabbat At Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Gioss will
conduct Friday evening services
at the He'-rew Academy, 918
6th Street. Miami Beach, at 5:45
P-m.
Saturdav morning services will
be at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabi at for
children will follow at 3:3(1 p.m..
and will include storytelling,
singing and Israeli folk dancing
under the sponsorship of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Katz in honor of the
birthday ot their children. Martin
and Phyllis.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
with Shalos Seudos following.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 6 D.m.
Rabbi Abramowitz Discusses
Jewish Song At North Shore
The Unforgettable Jewish Song
will be the subject of a sermon
to be delivered by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz during Friday eve-
ning services of the North Shore
Jewish Center, Dickens Avenue
and 75th Street. Miami Beach, at
8:15 p.m.
During the Saturday morning
.service which begins at 8:45 a.m..
1 the Rahbi will discuss the Week-
I ly Portion. Cantor Leo Urlich will
I chant. Junior Congregation serv-
ices begin at 11 a.m.
Congregation Beth-El
Congregation Beth El, 500 SW
17th Avenue, will hold Friday
evening services at 5:45 p.m. A
late service at 8:30 p.m., will fol-
low.
Saturdav morning services win
be at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos fol-
lowing.
Need of Military Training
Aired At Temple Israel
The Miami Chapter, American
Organist's Guild, will be the
guests of Temple Israel, 137 NE
19th Street, during Friday eve-
ning services which begin at 8:15
p.m.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will dis-
cuss the question: Does America
Need Universal Military Train-
ing.
Following the service, the or-
ganists, whose president is Pro-
fessor Bruce Davis, will meet at
a reception in Kaplan Hall where
they will participate in a discus-
sion of Jewish Music.
On Saturday morning, at 11
a.m., Dr. Narot will discuss the
Second Book of Kings, its his-
torical, literary and religious im-
portance.
Al Harris Appears At Israelite
Center Oneg Shabbat
The Israelite Center. 3198 SW
24th Terrace, will hold early Fri-
day evening services at 5:30 p.m.
Andrew Kornreich, teacher in
the Hebrew School, will conduct
the late service, at 8:15 p.m., as-
sisted by students who will take
various parts in reading the cere-
mony. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low sponsored bv Mr. and Mrs.
Max Singer. Al Harris, of
Norman Lyons To Be Guest
Speaker At Zamora Service
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora Avenue, Coral Gables, will
hold regular services Friday, a:
8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Rudolph.
E. Brill conducting.
Following will be an Oneg
Shabbat, at which Dr. and Mrs.
Seymour Blumenthal will be host
and hostess, in celebration of
their twenty-third wedding an-
niversary:
Norman R. Lyons, president of
Zionist organizations of the Coral
Gables district and Miami attor-
ney, will be guest speaker. His
topic will be: Mosaic Influences
On United States Law.
Saturday services are scheduled
to begin at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Kneseth Israel Hears Series
On Rabbi-Psychologist
Friday evening services at the
Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, wilt
be at 5:30 p.m.
The late Forum Service will be-
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cas-
sel will continue his series on the
Secret Files Of A Rabbi-Psychol-
ogist. His topic is cheduled as:
The Man Who Lost His Mind And
Found Himself. Cantor Abraham
Seif will direct the congregation-
al singing.
Saturday morning services are
.scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Afternoon.
services will be at 5:30 p.m., with
I a Sabbath Social Hour following.
Dr. Max Arzt To Be Guest
Speaker At Beach Center
Late Friday evening services
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, 1701 Washington Avenue, will
the! be at 8:30 p.m.
Hollywood Jewish Center
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center. 2030 Polk Street,
will be led in Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Jacob Honig officiating.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services will be at
9:30 a.m. Daily services are con-
ducted at 9 a.m.
Jewish Art Theater, will enter-
tain.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Tifereth Israel Center
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, 6500 North Miami Avenue,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend
George Goldberg officiating.
Saturdav morning services will
be at 9 a.m.. when Reverend
Goldberg will discuss the Weekly
Portion.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Max
i Arzt. vice chancellor of the Jew-
I ish Theological Seminary of
America. His subject is scheduled
, as: The Rebellion Against Beini
A Problem. Racbi Irving Lehr-
i man will officiate assisted by
Cantor David Silverman and the
Center Choir under the direction.
of Robert Strassburg.
Saturday morning services will
j be at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Lehrman
1 discussing the Weekly Portion
An afternoon Bible class is sched-
uled for 4 p.m.. with Shalos Seu-
: dos following.
Daily services are at 9 a.m.. and
att 6 p.m.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue,
4001 Chase Avenue, Miami
Beach, will conduct Friday eve-
ning services at 5:15 p.m. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.
Hialeah-Micrmi Springs Center
The Hialeah Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center. 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.
Mr. Nate Becker, president, will
officiate. An Oneg Shabbat will
follow.
Mrs. Grossman Speaks
;Mi.s. Murry Grossman ad-
-1 thj Greater Miami
Ltraprer. National Women's Com-
'aifttee for Brandeis University,
.Friday at Ciro's Restaurant.
Mrs. Grossman spoke in behalf of
the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, telling of the campaign pro-
gram being adopted by women's
organizations in the Greater Mi-
organizations
ami area.
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Zionists To Hoar
Rabbi Shou-lson
Rahb: Isadora H S.-,. ulson will
address the Z. nisi Lui
Club on Wednesday. February
13th, 12 :: p a at the Rite
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Beach Zionist District by Harold Shapiro, president.
Shoh>m t.tuUjv Joint Meeting
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ff,,l W fc 'ng- February 19th. at the Beth
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West Aliaini
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Rabbi Alfred Waxtnan taint
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by a question and answer <
Ision.
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\L the benefit ol the Hebrew Im-
VLrmt Aid Society under the
Joseph L. Tepper,
Sffiton, D.C., at the Victor
S Miami Beach, on Sunday,
Ktary 17th, 7:03 p.m.
R^bis Irvine Lehrman, Moses
htocheloff and Max Shapiro wil
JSSiver shorl addresses. A musical
rroeram o! Israeli folksongs and
SSodhi yilltollow.
Mrs. Margulies To Be
Tamara Chapter Host
Mrs Sidney Margulies will be
I hostess in her home to Board
Members of the Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women's Organization,
on Tuesday. February 12th, at 8
m Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz,
{resident of the group, will ap-
point a nominating committee.
Plans will bo formulated for the
chapter's celebration of World
Jewish Child's Day in March.
Hebrew School To
Present Cantor
Berele Kelemer
-ft^-Miami Hebrew School and
Canragation will present Cantor
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2fci8-.p.m.. in the Synagogue,
JWTSW 12th Avenue.
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has qualified as a candidate for
Justice of the Peace, Fifth Dis-
trict, in the May Democratic pri-
maries, and has announced a plat-
form of "justice, not com-
promise."
The former president of the Mi-
Mr. Morris Conrcd. directs and
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JP courts of S300 in claims.
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National Bank of Miami Beach as
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ticed law here since 1942. He has
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at the University of Miami on
Thu.sday. February 21st. An
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Education. Anti Defamation
Leegue. B'nai B'rith. she is th.
former principal of the Gilles-
pie Junior High School. Phila-
delphia. Pennsylvania. Miss
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journals as well as ai Freedom
To Live And Learn, published
in 1948.
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PAGE 6 B _________ +Jmist fhrrfiar "" *-_Ji, ig
National Figures ToasTCherner At Bond Rally
Shown above are highlights of last Sunday's affair at the Saxony Hoi A Miami
monui,"?\2$ft *: 1952 B?"dS f J.Srael Campaign, following7 vigorous "
...onids on behalf of the new slate made by former Seerctmv Zf th= x
Henry Morg.nthau. Jr Vice President of iheVtied States AulBarkleJ sV"/
-ry of the Interior Oscar Chapman. Federal Judge Luther Younger] and At'
-^eyrhaenCral VZ&elYatCV. Shapir- Top row ]eit right) areSamuel Fried
Und chairman of the board of directors. Food Fair Stores officially ooeniite thl
.-.eeling as Morgenthau looks on: the former Secretary and h,s wife Secre'arv
-:^mrLB^TSin,f- th? "' and Mrs. Joseph Ch-arner and JulTan Venezky
scr.d Campaign official, in luncheon conversation. In inserts immediat.iV/h"i
,re Jua.e Youngdahl and Vice President Barkley and Jimmy Dura e who
:ourts a quip. Middle Row are Attorney General Shapiro and Secretar*'cZra?n
exam.n.ng the plaque given Joseph Cherner. center, by SSfSS^TtSSHS
Werner show.ng the plaque to tnejssem^edjvho_cam> to the meeting to partake
qerthau ?n r, *!ndcred fcY *he new state for him: Friedland and Mrs. M*;
Dram! dL?,.".""^ "nC Pro,e"' Sam Hirsch. of th, University of Muo'
a tr?bute tn M? ru h membets < "l cast as they perform The Golden Do*
M vj V ----- =.. ounom row
rVi "d Pu.r.^has-- to Vice President
Jewish Leaders Fete Europeans
Cherner with Th. a rresiclenl '" nserl) as ha addresses the asse^"-
Dubnskv riahn'n !nC<,nJexecutive; and Mr. Morger.hau as he thanks Jack
Meyerhoi* lk '. ,' 8,d 'VN na!ional "rnpai| in Florida while JoWJ
P -dge form whZi 'UW "e Jack Ablin and Leon Jecobson examining a bond
era? numTrs looks on3 ESS*' ou!s,andi"9 "*9e personality who performed se
congratulatina Mr rh "" r,ght> is Dvid Zyssman. of national headquarter*
his past work ,";5 "? the ""gnilion given him by the State of Israel**
the meetTno EJ2" *S ,Cr, hls ""^hase of S265.000 worth of Israel Bonds dur*
genthau applaud F r6C0rdi *' ***" Samuel Friedland and Henry M
NEW YORK CITY -AJP)An-
p< : r.ality
' k, was
of an American Jewish
; rsonaljty here recently.
Pri Minister Winston
in Nw
pending a day with
Jewish eldt-r Statesman Bernard
S&ruch. K
0 sooner had Mr.
, Churchill reparted than Premier
.William Drees. Socialist leai
the Nct.-.erlands, arrived and
spent an afternoon as the guest of
abor leader David Du'cinsk;'.
Churchill was a guest at Ba-
ruch's home. The Dutch leader
was the honored guest at a lunch-
eon arranged by union leader
Dubmsky,
Hebrew School To Hold
Square Dance Tomorrow
'The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will hold a Square
P ln the Soc.al Hall of .
S>nJSogue tomorrow evening ,,,
^.p:'Hlth^.een announce,! by
IL u T\. M,nkoff- ^airman.
Hold Joint Ihm, <
Members of Juni Hadassah,
ZFA, Senior Judaea. Young
Judaea Lexers and the You-.g
,n,T^D- "! h"" Zi-
onist Song and D
e,vlsn Music month. The pio-
Utair
n will consist of A Gamut 0
J< wMl Music, given LoU
Schwartzman. executive directo
Ol the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, a choral presentation
I v t :e Miami Bea h Ma*a
Choral Group, and V*fM
dancing led by Sy and D**".
.Friedman. In ehafgi, ol arra."*b<
|ments for the evening
< Abe Schaier.


LmAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1952
+Jenisi) I tor idiom
PAGE 7 B
Wa&er Seminar
for Judaeans
I first in a series of Leader-
L;W' rK.rs for Young Judaea
Iff Hers will be held on Monday,
Knrv 1th. 7:30 p.m.. at the
lFeb:JJ Mrs! Donald Murray.
['765 La Gorce Drive, Miami
The meeting has been planned
. VIa Sher-i Kramer, with the as-
:4SToSy Friedman Florida
kS 0f the Youth Commis-
2? The n.-etin* will deal with
iSferthiP techniques and pro-
SnmS to help leaders plan
fSTIurim meeting. Partici-
-ire in the Leadership Seminar
1 he Zvi Bergcr. Extension
the Bureau of Jewish
A workshop on Dra-
; also be held at that
I
To Describe Function
Of Joint Defense Appeal
- ... : Chgpttr, B'nui B'rith
'::. will hear an address hy
;:. Munv Grossman in behalf
152 Combined Jewish
Wednesday, February
> in., at the Seacomb-
'
will describe the
function of the
Appeal as well as
. the National Youth
al and the Hillel
II of which are
rcies in the an-
vc in Greater Mi-
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FRIDAY.
FEBRUARY 8, 1952
*Jelst rkricfinr
National Bond Campaign Presents Joe
Cherner With Plaque; Barkley Talks
PAGE 9 B
I A)
iami
(Confin""* frm Pa9e A
limmu.wi wader K- Uo was formerly the out-
ESSni Jewish loader of Wash-
\e DC announced a total pur-
1',' |,f ST50.000 in Israel Bonds,
Ithus becoming the largest indi-
vidual holder of these securities.
iMr Cherner was hailed as the
Kospiration of the 1952 Israel
|Bjnd campaign."
Cherr.er Awarded
In tribute to his leadership
he was presented with a gold
plaque inscribed by the State of
Israel. Yaacov Shapiro, first
Attorney General of Israel.
who anived by plane from Is-
rael to deliver a report on his
country's economic needs and
development, made the pres-
entation. The plaque dedicated
to Mr- Cherner lauded his
'warmth, understanding and
fighting spirit which hava made
him a great pillar of strength
for the State of Israel."
Declaring that "we are fortun-
late to be living in an era in
Iwhich we re witnessing the birth
of a coui tr> which will ultimate-
become one of the leading na-
tions of the world," Secretary
Chapman told the conference
that the "Israel Government is
and will be the one strong
anchor ol tl e civilized world in
e Middle East."
Secretary Chapman stressed
the importance of the Israel
Bond Issue, adding that "any
investment in Israel is an in-
vestment in our faith in the
future and world peace". Dur-
ing the course of his address
the Secretary of the Interior
also indicated that. "We are
fortunate to to living an an
era in which we are witnessing
the birth of a nation which
promises to be one of the lead-
ing nations of the world. Is-
rael will be a bright light, a
beacon of freedom and inde-
pendance. This drive for the
sale cf Israel Bonds is another
sign of the country's stability.
It is evidence of the desire of
the people of Israel to finance
themselves and advance the
program to achieve a sound and
fully productive economy. By
purchasing Israel Bonds you
are showing faith in humanity."
Con paring the present situa-
1 with the early per-
I lopment of the
II I States, Mr Chapman ob-
I I thi I although it may not
large-scale prog-
n country, Israel
position to make
' : : utions to the cul-
ntific advancement
n acterized Presi-
Poinl Four Pro-
it is a "new democracy emerging
out of struggle, pioneering and
courage.
Mr. Barkley referred to the
State of Israel Bond drive as the
strategic factor in the expansion
of the country's industrial and
agricultural production.
"Out of the Negev desert,
the people of Israel are now
extracting valuable deposits of
phosphates, kaolin and glass
sand. The funds raised through
the Israel Bond Issue are not
only making possible a fuller
exploitation of Israel's natural
resources. They are also mak-
ing possible the building of new
factories and towns. They are
providing for th'a expansion of
the Haifa Harbor, so that it
may be in a position to handle
4.000.000 tons of cargo instead
of 1.300.000 tons a year. In ad-
dition, new areas are being
irrigated, and parts of the des-
ert are being reclaimed and
converted into fertile, food-
producing farms.
"Given the tools and the re-
sources," he continued "I am con-
vinced that Israel will quickly
emerge as a great tower of
strength for those ideals and prin-
ciples of human liberty and hu-
man dignity which are the cor-
nerstone of our great republic.
In helping Israel to help herself,
we are in a real sense helping
ourselves and fortifying the de-
fenses of democracy every-
where." Vice President Barkley
stated.
Bond Safety
Federal District Judge Luther
W. Youngdahl, former Governor
of Minnesota, observed that the
"miraculous achievements" of its
people have made the Israel
Bonds "one of the safest invest-
ments that can be made."
"I think it has been shown
by the character and courage
of the settled portion of the
population of Israel that these
bonds are one of the safest
investments that can be made.
They have achieved almost
miraculous results with the lim-
ited financial resources they
have had to stabilize their econ-
omy. The people of Israel
could have lived in clover if
they had wanted to be selfish.
If they had only been concern-
ed with their own interests,
they could have been one of
the best situated little countries
in the world.
"But instead they chose to op-
en their doors to more than 700.-
000 immigrants, and that meant
feeding, housing and clothing all
these people. It also brought on
a tremendous job of increasing
n important mechan- *2 resources of the country in
n welfare and fu- ol'dur t0 ,nterate aI1 of tnese
This program is designed newcomers.'
pies of the world
I h. lp each oth-
rats ;i concrete ex-
principle of good
i king together to
i"i! objective of
n iing.
:' l ill bring America
fc;,(i because its re-
ft, >>iefits that flow
... Call For Unity
K, ';. 1 nl Barkley empha-
WinJ tlK' Present world sit-
swiat ',','"u:,t's Americans to as-
|h "' "-'"-elves with all coun-
Eg**11 ~ to develop a demo-
ferae/J"* Asst'rting that
Vr th 'Ykn"*'s no geogra-
Eft'tS ",(-' 'resident stated
itahiliH, !"'""mic growth and
S ,;;' '-f were of major
I Americans because
Judge Youngdahl paid tribute
to the people of Israel, asserting
"they have over a period of years
shown the kind of characteristics
that successful people have, and
for that reason I think Israel
Bonds are a completely safe in-
vestment. Furthermore, by the
wise use and management of the
initial funds raised, they have
demonstrated how judiciously
they will utilize and invest the
funds to be raised by the con-
tinuing sale of the Israel Bonds.
"The investment in these
bonds will be an investment in
our own freedom." he contin-
ued, "because we will have a
people in the Near East with
the kind of courage and char-
acteristics of the people who
settled this country. They will
be a tremendous force for the
preservation of democracy and
world peace."
"thLa,m convinceV he added,
.that this Israel Bond campaign
is not only important for Israel
but of great importance to our
country and to the world. The
people of Israel have vindicated
the faith of the nations of the
world that they could succeed
as an independent democracy
'I believe too. that from an
almost selfish standpoint we must
make this bond issue a success.
By doing so we will have a great
bulwark of freedom and democ-
racy in a part of the world
where it is needed most," Judge
Youngdahl concluded.
Views Growth
Mr Morgenthau said that the
Israel Bonds were "pumping new
blood into the economic life-
stream of Israel. Israel today is
growing at a faster rate than
any other country in the world.
Not merely new industrial enter-
prises, but new towns and vil-
lages are being established over
night.
"The Israel Bond Issue is the
greatest single instrument for the
economic future of the country.
It is also the most significant
symbol of the will of the people
of Israel to make their own way
and gain a position of economic
independence as quickly as pos-
sible.
"During my recent visit." he
stated. "I saw how wall-trained
engineers are placing the task
of pioneering on the highest
scientific and skilled level. It
was also surprising to see how
the new immigrants coming
from forty different countries,
speaking different languages
and practicing different social
customs are being welded into
an efficient and cohesive force
for the economic development
of Israel."
"Bond dollars are the steel
girders in Israel's expanding ec-
onomic structure. They are the
fuel and the motive power for
the industrial machine. They are
the keystone of the country's pro-
gram for the integration of the
more than 800,000 immigrants
who have entered Israel during
I the past three and a half years
i and the hundreds of thousands
more to come."
Lauds Cherner
The conference also heard a
| report from Yascov Shapiro, first
Attorney General of the State of
Israel, who arrived in the United
States two days ago in order to
participate in the National Plan-
ning Conference.
Mr. Shapiro said that, "the peo-
ple of Israel are prepared to
continue the regime of austerity
without complaint, because they
realize that an increasing share
of the country's wealth must be
invested in constructive enter-
prises, in the purchase of ma-
ccinery and raw materials.
"Israel looks to the Jews of
the United States and other
Americans to invest in its
growing economic effort
through the Israel Bond Issue.
We in Israel have been greatly
heartened by the progress that
has been made by the Bond
Drive. Th'are is a greater opti-
mism about the future. There
is a greater volume of local in-
vestment as a result of the flow
of Israel Bond fund*."
"We believe that the successful
prosecution of the Israel Bonds
campaign in the United States in
1952, may well be the turning
point in bringing about a speedy
and elfective solution of our pres-
ent economic problems," Mr Sha-
piro said.
A message from David Goitein,
Acting Israel Ambassador to the
United States, expressed the ap-
preciation of the Government of
Israel to Joseph Cherner "for his
brilliant leadership in American
aid to Israel."
"As much as any American.
Joseph Cherner has contribu-
ted by his labors to the stabil-
ising growth of Israel. His un-
derstanding and profound in-
sight into the naeds of my
country have been demonstrat-
ed anew by his inspired work
and national leadership in the
State of Israel Bond Drive."
Mr. Gotstein declared in a tele-
gram from th'a Israel Embassy
in Washington.
Friedland Presides
Samuel N. Friedland, Chair-
man of the Board of Food Fair
and member of the National
Board of Governors of State of
Israel Bonds, presided at Sun-
day's session of the two-day plan-
ning conference.
In opening the session, Fried-
land said that it was one of the
most important meetings to be
held by American Jewish leaders
en recent years.
"This conference is called upon
to make decisions which will
have a decisive bearing on the
future of Israel," he declared.
"The year 1952 will be crucial
in the economic life of this new
nation. An historic beginning has
been made through the Israel
Bond Drive in launching Israel
upon an intensive period of ec-
onomic expansion.
"In 1952, we must provide
Israel with the additional re-
sources needed for increasing
electric power. establishing
new industrial enterprises, set-
ting up new irrigation projects,
exploiting the country's natural
resources and developing its
harbors, railroads and other
channels of trade and trans-
portation."
Henrv Montor, of New York,
Vice President of the State of
Israel Bonds, served as toast-
master at the luncheon. The ses-
sion also featured special appear-
ances by Jimmy Durante and
Lena Home, noted personalities
of the entertainment world.
Montor emphasized that the
first eight months of the Israel
Bond Issue had succeeded in
presenting a new concept of
Israel "an Israel that is
quickly coming of age in its
economic growth an Israel
which is sufficiently advanced
in its development to come to
us for a loan based on a notable
record of progress in industry
and agriculture.
"Behind these Israel Bonds
stand more than 1.500,000 cour-
ageous and devoted people, who
have not only the will, but the
capacity to make good on their
promise to repay with interest
every dollar which they borrow
by means of this bond issue,"
Montor concluded.
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9-JmlstncrHiar,
(olctVii Ago Club
S''> llv|iiotist:
II.sirs >!orrison
I I Anna L< mi
. A- Friends
'.: nu
ity Cent-.. M
, I -.
WIOD. will be list
E
t the
Auditorium. Mi M
. :
I. ...- W-
: e V un Con
:. ... il
: i ] Tu -
day afternoon,
2:00 p.m. P
be Mr. B. M n i is
Morrison will -. in V. J-
isl He has beer, conned
cultural and d
the local community somi
He is sec i local
Yivu organization, as ell -
retary oi I Yiddis F n. He
is also cultural cha I Ben-
Gurion Branch of 1
Attrition Throws
Hat into
Constable's itina
Elk
- .
es thai
I .. Fifl
- : .
Adels -
ted thai
rigorous eni laws
us on era
: ... ... : i ayne
..... g| ...
.. a
Born i : Ellens 1
sidem f Dad< ni sinci
r.oved I M
: ml )34 A foi er mei
11 : list
23rd Street en
iges a :
Llkins is
- m .: laughti
4349 SI
Elkm Adelson
Elaine Fifield and David Poole in Gilbert and Sullivan's Pine-
apple Poll, which will be presented in thj Dade County Auditor-
ium on February 14th. and during the evenirg performance of
February 16th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Th? Sadler's
Wells Theater Ball.'t. Dame Ninette De Valois. director, will per-
form the ballad by Gilbert set to Sir Arthur Sullivan's music,
with John Cranko's choreography. The arrangement is by Charles
Mackerras. Satirist Oshert Lancaster designed the decor for
London's 1951 Festival S.-asor. Along with Miss Fifield and Mr.
Poole in the company are Svetlar.a 3eriosova. Patricia Miller.
Maryon L = ne. Sheilah O'Reilly. David Blair. David Poole. Donald
Britton. Pirmin Trecu. Stanley Holden. Stella Claire. Pauline
Harrop and Maureen Bruca.
Vegetarian Urges Peace Secretary
In a recent letl I .vorld thai Israel is
Mimsto Davi Ben- to pea rot only for
: S> Gould as at If. b at for all I in nitv."
an '.'_ tar- lit r-vegetarian's plan
thai inated for the 1952
Vice Piesider.l I Americai < rl Pea Prii
:
ntment S<
I
Auj s proposal with
. il in 1
'
ag Gould d
a Secret ol
'' :
n its si
I '
... ... ..
Gould te to
:.
lomesl : : .
.: iclinati I irds
I esoi hould,
' fiord you an i
: spii itual
Plan
; lai Is-
nt to
stion It wi uld
be a n asti and -, rve no-
Folk Chorus To Appear On Thursday
Cantor Jacob Barkin will be
featured in the Jewish Song Of
Songs Conceit to be held in the
Miami Beach Auditorium on
Thursday evening. Februarv 14th.
at :30 p.m.
Born in the Ukraine. Cantor
Barkin came to Toronto, after
tleeing the pogroms in 1925. He
accepted a post with a Philadel-
phia congregation in 1937. and
subsequently became a radio and
oncert singer. He made his New
York debut on the Forward Hour.
Cantor Barkin has sung request
performances for the late Frank-
lin Roosevelt and un the Mutual
Broadcasting System under the
baton of Anthonv Car.delori.
He
has also, on several occasions, companist. Solo
*ung in the stead of Metropolitan Maurice Rauch.
Optra Tenor Jan Pceice when the
latter was unable to ap|
A!-. featured in the concert
ted as pan of the eel
'. >n of Jewish Music Month, will
be Mi>> Nancy Fairerild. chosen
by the Exchange Club foi Firsl
.
Miami Opera Guild.
''- n Yorrei en as-
ted with the G M
Folk Chorus during the p^st four
years, will lead the Chorus in a
presentation of Ro/hinkes Mit
lien, a cantata bused on ex-
cerpts fiom Avrohom Goldfad-
den's Famous Operetl is ai
ed tor tenor and soprano. M
garet Yomen will be pi in i ai -
will be bv
To legalize
Entry Of Jews
BUENOS AIRFS - P
nt Juan P(
: DAIA. central Jew-
body in Ar-
sed i .
igrants
' entered 1 iui try illegally
Meanwhile, negotiations are
n :. A
linear :. :, Governmenl
I 0X00 tra
' M nguel, Argentine
:;'''",' Is. ".' i h.
ra Mh Jter to Bu
Vaa Tsur, is
onjl,, negotiation lei
JglDAY^FEBRUAnY 8, Kg*
Aeatlemu Pupils
Haw Debate
Shall The Israeli Government
tiate Directly With Ger-
ng Reparations, will
. d< bate to be
th( Jewish Forum,
jng, Fi bruary 10th,
11 ;-, ; tation WFEC by
: i He rew Academy.
ntmg thi I li mative
n Sachs, Sandy
i Lauer. Kep-
m ative will be
:, i :;. Rose Berman
Moderator
len, sponsor oi
um Hour. Seymour
pupil at the Academy
will .-peak briefly in Hebrew and
;.. deb.ite.
Rabbi A x n ler S. Gross,
principal of The Academy, will
I the program and address
the radio audience at the conclu-
sion of the de ate,
LEGAL HOT1CE
NOT.CE UNDER ;jct,t15ST
NOTICE is HEREBY
the undersigned, desiring
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14692"
ROSE RINALDI, Plaintiff,
i IBERO ANTHONY RINALDI.
l lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'm UBERO ANTHONY RINALDI
*S Edge*.....1 Aonuf
Watcrbun Connecticut
y .. !. .. inthuns Rinaldl, are
thai i BIU f Com-
i Ivorce ha* i.....n filed
j you r< requlied t"
:, f \.-ur Anawei or Plead-
u ihi I Complaint on the
:'i"- Attorney, Amos Benjamin,
> mpl Building, and file the
il Answer or Pleading in the
the Clerk ol the Circuit on
-! daj of February,
.,. judgment by
a taken ai ilnal you for
ed In the Bill of

I* >XE \N!' fRI)ERED at Miami,
F thin -"tii day of January,
!' D LEATHERMAN,
<' : k. i "In nit Court
Dade County, Florida
[1 \vm \v STOCKING
Clerk
: I S -1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27367-B
ti Re: ESTATE iK
ELSIE l. COHICK. I'-'-.i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Paraoni Hav-
ing tlntmn or Demand* Al
Raid Eal it<
You. and each of you, are !> ebj
notified and required : Dreaent any
li d de n i idi hli h you, or
either of ^"'t. may have affainal the
ol ELSIE I. COHICK, di
<".(;., \l.i\ t'ounty, New Jer-
11 norable 'ount> Judges
of Dade County, and file the sami
n the off ir\ the Count) Coui t
is. [)ad< C inty, Ploi Ida, wlth-
ir months from the
the first ;, iblicalIon i eol
- andt t< contain
ess of the claimant and
to i .\. ; i t Ai.d oresented >- .,.
said, b II bi barred
i*ati \ hi 29th A I 1912
- I WALTER MECKLEY
\ Ai cuti of the
l isl Will and T, stament of
ELSIE li t'OHICK
l '......
\\:< >.< RENJ VMIN
Mtotne> fur Ani i:\. i nor
"--.'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREKY GIVEN that
Igni il :. ini encase In
tltloui name "f
THE I1CTTERY. al Allison Hotel.
'-'I ''oil ns Aven i Miami Beach,
I ioi ila, nt< n l to register ild name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dh Counti Plo Ida
ALLISON OPERATING
COMPANY, Inc.
l.< iCIS ADLER
P i nldenl
H \\iii:i. ROSEN
Sei i--i.ii \
M1ERS HI EM AN ,\ KAPLAN
tnnlicanti
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREJIY GIVEN that
Igned. deairing to engage In
' ndei the fictitious name of
. I-Al RA nan MARSH, ai i::i Lincoln
Mian Beai h, Florida. Intends
said name with the Clerk
Ircuit i "oui t of Dade County,
l Ida
I'ANIEL H HERMAN
.... owner i
hORGE .1 TALIANOFF
v Applicant
.' -1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
. "'I' I I- HEREBY GIVEN that
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
the I tltlous name of
\I.IIMI, MSI-LAYS .a, ,, |,. ,
N M in! Avenue, Miaou.
., '.' said name
in Court of
i lo Ida
V u\N R ABERMAN
, \l:"l.VN I ABERMAN
1 rALIANOPT
Applicant
i
bualneaa undei the flciiu,,.,
FLAMINGO RESTAlhvN,
BAR, al MH fi W 8th
Ha. intends to reglst,
with the Clark of the Cl -
Dade Count,. Florid i
HAROARET a
STEPHEN F, KEH8LEI!
Attorne) for Applli
:'l'ii \v. Flaglei Si
1/35 .'I MS
CERTIFICATE OF CORdoraTT"
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND Bv Tw-
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I"' ALL T<> Wllii.M TIIKSK
ENTS SHALL COM I
INCH
Thi- i- lo cert If > ti..,! ,. i.
ABRAHAM BLOOM
MIAMI BEACH
MEYER EPSTEIN,
MIAMI BEACH. i'|,A
SANFORD K FACNCE
MIAMI. Pl.ORID.
did on the 2Snl day of M.trel
1948 cause to be Incorporated
the provisions of Chaptei <:.;, |j.
nt Florida, Acts of 192-' R l(
BUILDERS, INC.. corporation, wr,l
us prtnclpaj place of h ish.
Miami Heach. Iade County, in the
State of Florida, anil vrhereai tht
proper offh-ers of such
did on the 4th day of r ,
IMS, Cauae to he filed
of the Secretary of State the Sut.
,.f Florida, a duly authentl ited rca><
Hit ion adoi.ted by the knohlWi
tinder the provisions of .-., il C
10094, Laws of Florida, Vets i
Showing the dissolution nl nurli cw^
poratlon, and the S..... .
i-. -attsfied that the requlremeotljl
law have been complied uitli
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto itet nv
and have affixed the ilml
Baal of the si.--,
at Tallahassee,
this the 4th daj I-:
A.D. ItSZ,
Mrs. Yomen
Cantor Barkin
Miss Fairchild
Ben yomen
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'- HEREBY GIVEN that
>- VPARTMBN is ,, j .
Vv, i, Miami
i nanv
circuit Conn ..(
i '..I.I
IOE i:i.i:|.i,\k
eh, Florida
(Seal)
8/8/52
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UST
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26868
In Re: ESTATE Or
CA8ICA BAR80N, I......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I on Hl
ing Claims or Deinamls A
Saul Estate:
You. and eaih of !mi.
notified and required t" |>reei
claims anil demands tthich i
either of von. may liav- >
.-:..... of CASICA BARSuN !
i.i i, ,.f I lade i 'ounty, F! Ida, '
Hon. W. K I'.I.ANT^N. at> JniJf"
,.f l'ad-- i'ounty, and Hie i
his office lu th.- Count -j.(}.-..-*
I vide County, Flurid i, i:lu
ralendar months from O
III si publication hereof,
or demands to oantai I ,'
address of the claiu..
sworn to and presented
.., nme iii be barre *
f Probate j>
Oata February 4th. A.O
TRIFON 1'. \r:scN i
As Eatecutor '
Will and Ti I
CASICA BARS* IN- 1
MAX It. SILVER
Attorne) for Exacutoi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCU'TW
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 00 =
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV.
No. 144115 J
CAROLINE .--IS McGI
ROBERT I McOILL, defenda
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
li Ki IBERT J. Mi' '"'
iH'Mi Cl>^i 1
IT. sent whereabouts unkM \
(Escapee from S'',',' ,h-H
You. ItoltERT J. McC.H.I..
bv notified that a Bill
for I'ivorce has been .
you, ami you are re.iu.'!, "' .
a ropj of your Answer i
the Itlll of Complaint on !; :,,.; '
Attorneys. GIJCK & I"'-.'- rf.,
Congress Building, Man,.. I
and rile the original Ails"-' .,
ing In the offh-e of the' "
Circuit Court on or 1
.In \ of March. I8M
It
i ''

,trr\ oi Aiarcn. in-'- >
do BO, judgment by flefa J
taken aialnal you lor w [' .
manded In the Bill ;.' &*
DONE AND ORDfcRM
Florida, this 4th day ". r'
A r,:'-> H MCAi HITMAN. .
Clerk. Circuit 1,'";'V
Dade count> I"'"*'
(Circuit Court HealJ
B) M < l,' -'
Deputy Clerk.
FLOYD S OLICK
g, I1ARNETT PBLTZ
Attorneys for IMain'ilt
1S0S Congreai Itulidln-
Miaml. Flnt ida
I'S-l.-.-L'-'-:"' ______-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ja
ELEVENTH JUDICI AL C^i
FLORIDA. IN AN/-ERY
COUNTY. IN CHANCE"
au.i:nk ki.izaueth ggj
JEPK BRAT, Defendant. 4T,oN
. NOTICE BY PUBLICATiV
TO: JEFF BRAY,
, ,, Mi- J II ''
212JJ East Dalke 9t
Spokane. Wa.hu.-. |
YOU are r.-nulred to I
of your answ.r to in* i I
plain) for Divorce on I
lorney. and to file "' I
u, the office of the -|
Circuit Court i
da) .." Man h.
it.ii of Complaint for >
nted herein. m >'
d oj you .
DATED al Miauc. I
lay February IW-AT,
c'lerk'of the
m'^Si'n:'
MICHAEL
Attornev f.
Plaintiff
.in...... -', ,;,
i |i>7 Bli ss Huildlng
Miami, Florida
! I-li I


^y, FEBRUARY 8, 1952
JefisiiIkrihir
PAGE 11-B
LEGA- NOTICE
TnTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NOTICfc ^AMf LAW ......
I v .TICK IF HEREBY I M -i/Aden*......slrinK to engage
ftlx- >''"''',' .i,.,- th fictitious name
I ffSo: MOVIES, al 850 l.in-
J.Cd" Miami" Beach 88. Ftorlda,
iin ,|d nam with the
i Court <>r Dad
^hkoDORE H. KooI.lSH
MKBMAN, Raq.
I ttlon Movies
lEVMOLR i
e'
vmi'i.'I' IS HEREBY GIVEN that
firing to engagi
. tin,.H-. name of
,N, : .;\r CO. at Ml S.
v ami. I-ia., Inten la
,:.. with the Clerk
,., of Dade County.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
KANDER BOKE
the
|
13 :' l ''__________________________
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
L THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
L.EVENTH --DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
* FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 14685E
l, I, uB) \ mi; West Plaster
I .. .i Ida. Plaintiff, y.
li-. c o MM, fail
irtl -I n.. Avenue,
', ... i lefendant.
'sun FOR DIVORCE
., Homei A1*?
, : itifled thai a Hill
I. ,,.,., i,. Divorce has been
I...I an nsi ;- :""1 vou "'' "-
I, ,,i io .....v "' your Answer
|- pi..iiiini the Bill of Complain I
[.. ,|. ,,., nl Attorney, STEPHEN
kk,-!,i:i; _-'i' weal Flagler
l ., vi i.l... and file the
l .,., | ,\: pleading In the
I .... f i ei* of the Circuit
. the 28th das "'
i ; rou fall do so.
j irit I iilt will be taken
I he ri i i- f demanded
E -i .. m .'. ill!
ONE ANIi ORDERED al Miami.
la, thl daj of January,
r M LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court,
County, Florida.
Seal)
i \VM W. BTOCKINO,
Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
M-- under iRfO CENTER, al 810] 2103 Cor.il
I nd to reglater said name
Nth ih'- Clerk of the Circuit Court
Pnde County, Florida.
JERKY AXOI'III.K
llARTIX FINKEL8TEIN
litorn.'v for Petitioner
I I-15-5J-29
AMENDED
IN xmcTIC,L.BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMC
SEVENTH JUDICIAL cmCWT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA OF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14664T
MARION GER.S'HONOW.TZ
alao known an
MARION UERSH, Plaintiff,
HIRSH GERSHONOWITZ
also known as
HENRY GERSH, Defendant
,,,. 11,,SU'T pOR DIVORCE
I". HIRSH OERSHoNOWITZ
alao kn iwn as
HENRY GERRH
:;. West nsth Street
New York, N. v.
Anaw^r'ror8iPiiLlJ.1 fil" 'h" "'""
Anawei 01 leading in the office of
i, V ,\k '.',, J1"' Circuit Courl ,, ,
before the 88th day of February, 1952
r.uVt Jui '",' Judgment'by de-
fault will be taken against you for
CompTa'ln, "'"''""'"'I "> the Bill of
kwm1E VN'" ORDERED at Miami
A if'iV,!' mh ,l;,y '"' January
E, B. LEATHERMAN.
< lent, circuit Court,
'. Florida
By M. C. FEtGE,
.___ I >eputy clerk
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
Miami at, Florida
2, 1-8-15-32
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
|isities under the fictitious name of
fAT81DE I'ol-VKK SHOP, at S231
W 8th Street, Miami. Fla., intend
register said name with the Clerk
uit Court of IHnle County,
riEOROE SPEED
MADELINE A. SPEED
LEoN'A MART
I KAPLAN
torney foi Applicants
Lincoln Road
15-32-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IM'TICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
e undersigned, desiring to engage In
(""'M under the fictitious name of
flBOTT TERRACE; at M16 Abbott
Mian Reach, Intends to ick-
, >i Ith the Clerk of the
'' ii] court .i Bade County, Florida.
LI'Al I.RKV PROPERTIES, INC.
| R K SHAI'lHn & FRIED
, i Applicant
R d
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 24232
in re: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH HOSBEIN
MacOREtlOR. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
_ DISCHARGE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notlca is hereby given that I have
filed my final report as Administrator
or the Eatate of Kllzal.eth Hosbi-ln
MacGregor, deceased; that I have
filed my petition for final discharge;
and that 1 will apply to the Honorable
W. V. 111.anton. County .ludge of
Dade County. Florida, on the 2\th
day of February, J|5J, for the approval
of the same and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
Klizaheth II...I,, in MacOregor, de-
ceased.
DATKD this 29th day of January.
A. D. 152.
WIL-l.IAM L. PALI.OT.
Administrator of the Estate
of Klizabeth Hosbeln Mac-
(Sregor, deceased.
2/1-8-1^-22
INnneNrr^,JUDQE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
UK; ESTATEW88"8
MiQSP1!?8 FERDA, Deceased
ACoEr,,0.F-JNTENTI0N T MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
.. DISCHARGE
...NOTICE la hereby iven that I have
VIn I i.i k; rep0rt :""1 ""'ion for
i nal Discharge as Executor of the
estate ol JOSEPHINK FERDA, de
vvr,.;', ^""'./-'o""" ""iun Say or
February, n.2. win apply t,, ,i,p
'"o'.^.l.; W F. BLANTON, one of
,.,,'"";ly Ju" of Dade County,
I loiid.i. f,,r approval of sai'l final re-
port and for final discharge as Bxecu-
i.'i'-i.;'., "'," >'>"<< of JOSEPHINE
i Billi' \. dece ised
This iith day of January, 19.12
max R. s.vi:,rAI',;"'KI'l:,;"A
Attorney for Executor
l 18-85 2 l-s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
,'.',' v.T.^; '.""'' "'' fictitious name of
,iiYS INSTRUCTIONAL TOURS, at
185 N \\ 4..th Avenue, Miami, Fla.,
intends to register said name with
the i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida.
i .8s JS?NARD w*iia*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BIO WHEEL DRIVE-IN, at 2235
S. W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, Dade
County. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD T. PAI.EY
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
302 Roper Building Miami. Florida
2/1-8.15-22
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
eiv5!IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
en ,?* IN AND roR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
*.
PleSRHJ' Oefendawt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Minn Herk
v.,,"'..','1.'.'"'" ""known
6 ii,.iNA STK- are hereby notl-
Ivorr. L ,",M "f <-'omplalnt for
1' m n* ,""" f!lod "gainst you.
) iu .ire re,|Ulred to serve a copy
your answer or pleading to the
lorn!. ..,,'lillnt "n the plaintiffs
nfevjSuMJ*lSi Helmsn A Kaplan,
IK '. Miami. Florida.
K in th- f,iV(-T,','""" of ,he Cl"* ot the
k:"f ^fcrt or "'re the 15th
I- "AruBry, 1962. If you fall to
*nat?2e! b>' <"" "111 be
TOSR avS "" '"' Complaint.
n.U ,uU',,l,F at Miami,
this nth day of January.
E B. IJ1ATHKRMAN,
nerk of the Circuit Court
,;' ,.' ounty. Florida
"> M. C. FEJOE.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEREE FASHIONS, at 444 41st
Street. Miami Beaoh, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Morida.
FRIEDA BUCHHOLZ
JOSEPH PAHDO
Attorney for Applicant
914 Sevbohl Illdg.
2/1-8-15-81
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GROVE FURNITURE CO., at 32H0
Douglas Road, Miami. Florida, intends
to regist.-r said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SI DN EY Si El J EL,
P.M.LOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Sidney Slenal
By: William L. Pallot
s4 Ingraham iiuiidins
Miami. Florida
1/18-85 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TWIN CITY GLASS COMPANY, at
1289 L'Oth Street. Miami Heath. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANDREW MANDEL
MORTON winss
GERSHON S. MILLER. Esg.
Attorney for
Twin City Olass Company
420 Uneoln Rd.
Miami Reach. FTa.
Bjr: Paul A. Gross, Esq.
I/18-SS 2/1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27308A
In Re: ESTATE OF'
FANNIE WoDPE. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said F:state:
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 FANNIF; WOL.PB. deceased
late of I lade i 'ounty. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their office in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
F'lorlda. 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 January 17th. AD. 1952.
MYEU A. WOLFE,
As Kxecutor of the Last
Will and Testament of
FA XNIE W 0 L P E De-
ceased.
MAX It SILVER
Attorney for Executor
1,2.1 _', 1-8-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREKY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RADIANT HEALTH Foods, at Sey.
mid Arcade, Miami Ela.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
'in- Circuit 'iiurt of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNA REISER,
Sole iwner
LOUIS SPIGEL
Attorney for
Radiant Health Foodi
1208 P.m Amei i an Bank Hidg.
Miami. Florida
1/85 8/1-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14695-'
MINNIE JACKSON", Plaintiff.
vs.
HAROLD JACKSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAROLD JACKHON,
(Address unknown)
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney
MORTON ROTHENBERG, 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original In the office of 'li-
cierk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore February 28, 1862: otherwise,
said Hill i!i be taken as eonfi ed
liy you
Dated this 3th day of January,
A. D. 1M8.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
(Seal)
By It. II RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
8/1.8-11-88
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 148715
BAMUEL SHIFFRIN, Plaintiff
vs.
SOPHIE SHIFFRIN. Defendant
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: SOPHIE SHIFFRIN
Connecticut State Hospital
MlddletoWn, Connecticut
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiffs attor
neys, and file the original in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 21st day of February,
1952. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Dat.-.i at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of January, 1952.
E. 11. LfATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputv Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Huildlng
ML-uni. Florida
1/25 2/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HERF'.HY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name of
SAM'S BAR AND ORILL. at 2093
8. W. 7th Avenue. West Miami. Fla .
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HELEN S. ESI1ITT
BKRICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
2/1-8-15-22
ENTCHR?17rT,.COURT OW THE
AND FOR DiCAALV.C,HCU,T- IN
4CERY.
Plaintiff
N0TlcpRlJT^,,';r:, Defendant.
^QTtrc o\. I'cienuan
OLORU J PUBLICATION
iMoSft ': I'.ATLIFF'.
'Street,
^"'^'^".esylvanla
ftjBV
tiffs attorney,
imi Seich mFIi!10 L4ncoln Road,
'j 'oMda. and file the
"" Circuit ,'' '' '' "" Clerk
on or before
1 win |.', otherwise, sad
II uml,..,,.,! hi
1 i onteaaed t>
:- day of January,
l:\,!; H1CE. JR.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN and SEA OF MIAMI, at 60 N. W.
3rd Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. .
DANIEL SEROTT
(Sole owner)
PALLOT, 8ILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Daniel Scrott
Miami, Florida
804 Ingraham Hull.ling
2/1-8-15-82
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVF1N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious MM
of MANHATTAN SANDWICH SHOP,
at 200 N. E. 1st Street, Miami, Fla.,
intend to register said name with tne
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klor,dVAui( S(.WARTZ
THEODORE F'ALK
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
160 Lincoln Road
>" _________.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146965
OLGA PICCIOLA, Plaintiff.
vs.
JOSEPH PICCIOLA. Defendant.
TO: JOSEPH PICCIOLA
162 23rd Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
29th day of February, A. D. 1952:
otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Morida. this the
30th day of January 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Esq.
1023 Sey bold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
2/1-8-1.'.-22____________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14871C
HENRY DAVIDSON. Plaintiff
vs ,
ALEXANDIA DAVIDSON.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALEXANDRIA DAVIDSON.
832 Baal 165th St.
Bronx. New York
You are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney. Herman Wepman. 407
Illscayne Building. Miami. Florida,
and to file the original Answer In the
orfice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
February, 1952: otherwise the said
cause will be taken as confessed by
you.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH KM>RID1AN.
DATED, at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 22nd day of January,
1952.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
1/25 2/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2698/ B
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRVING ADER. also known as
OSWALD ADER. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona i-
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Esl
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present
claims and demands which you, .
either of you. may have agalnat the
. late of Irving Ad.i. a k a O wald
Ader, deceaaed late of Miami, Dade
i ounty. Florida, to the Hon. FTtANK
B I ii IWLING, Counl Judge of 1 le
i', u'.t y, and file I he name In hli if -
i:. In I he i '. inty '- mrl tv
. Ida, within eigl : ilei
nvrnthf fi om hi d te of t he fli it pub-
lics tlon I.* i eof S ild claims or de-
mands to contain the Idfal
of the claimant and to !" --.- -. .
and presented as afoie- .I.
will be barred Sei Seel of the
1833 Probate Act.
1 late Januai y, A l 1952
PHIE ADER,
As Adml i Es-
.f
IRVINri ADLER.
also .. n r -
OSWALD ADER, D.....I
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for A Imlnlsi ra -
2 1-8-15-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14656"
MARY LI BOW, Plaintiff,
vs.
BPHRIAM LIBOW, Defei
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: EPHRIAM LIB! IW
7n Jefferson Street
New York City, New York
You are hereb) ordered and required
to serve a opy of your answer t- the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a copy
of which Is enclosed herewith, on
plaintiffs attorney, and file the or --
liia! in the office of the Clerk ( the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
on or lief,,r.- the imIi day of February,
1868, otherwise the allegations of s.,i I
Bill will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED: January 17th. 1952
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'l.rk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. ST! ICKING.
Deputy Clerk
SAMIEL J. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 olvmpia Building
Miami .12. Florida
1/25 2/1-8-15
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23598
RE: ESTATE OP
EVA MINSKOFT". Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have.
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as administrator of
the estate of EVA MINSKOFF de-
ceased: and that on the 13th day of
February, 1952, I will anolv to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Flstate of EVA MINSKOFF. de-
ceased.
This 11th day of January. 19.",2
SAFL MINSKOFF
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
50 Spy-hold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Administrator
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Noth'K HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In i.u '>anamS
of HERB BROS at 690 -s w, **.
\i intend to n
said name u. of 1 16 -
cult Conn .1' C '
-,- | i IN
HERBERT I.AIItoW
A. J. KAPLA I
Alton .-v for Aoplleants
180 Lincoln
1/18-23 2/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14615
ISAAK FIALKOW. Plaintiff
vs.
TINA F'lALKOW. Defendant
TO: TINA F'lALKOW
112 Burroughs Street
Bridgeport, Connecticut
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
Vof ARE HEREBY NoTIFiFID
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your \nsw.r to the Hill of Complaint
on Plaintiff's nttorneys, and file the
nrlginnl in the office of the Clark of
the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of February. 1952. Otherwise
a Decree Pro Confaaao will be entered
... n i you. ,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lath
lav of January, 1868.
I- ii W A THERM \N\
i'lerk. Circuit Court
By: wm xv STOCKING,
Deputy cierk
I'M.l.oT. SII/VER MULLOY
neys f-.r Plaintiff
rm ingi aham BulMI
Miami, Florida
i |v-J5 2/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27412-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ALBERT L. KA1IX. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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
cl&lme and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ALBERT L. KAHN. de-
ceased late of Miami Beach, Dade
County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F.
BLANTON and FRANK B. DOWL-
ING, County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in bis office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
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 19S3 Probate
Act.
Dated January 31st, AD 1962.
Is; IDA L. KAHN
/S/ ARTHUR M KAHN
As Executors of the l..i~i
Will and Testament of
ALBERT L. KAHN,
Deceased.
MYF)RS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
2/8-15-22-29
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 2737C A
In Re: ESTATE OF"
alice AUGUST, Deceaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having: 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 ALICE AUGUST, deeeaaad
late of Dade Countv, F'lorlda. to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their office in the
Countv Courthouse in Daile County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands t i
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will lie barred.
Date FYhruarv 4. A D. 1868.
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
As Administrators of the
Estate of
As Co-Executors of the I.ast
Will and Testament of
ALICE AUGUST, Deceased.
ARTHUR J AUGUST
Attorney for Executors
2/8-15-22-29 _________________
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