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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
UUME
25Number 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[Motherhood Week Banquet To Be
leld By University On Wednesday
n-inel discussion and open
h,mP "poUred by the Nation-
Con ereno- of Christians and
LVwas held here last week as
ftjeview to National Brother-
ly Week C Unrated this year
K February 17th to 24th.
ponsored in cooperation with
/inter-Group Relations Edu-
Ition Committee of the Dade
luntv Schools, the discussion
fd forum heard Dr. Everett J.
linrhv president of the Nation-
I Conference. Rabbi Nathan Per-
Ln of the Congregation Eman-
f'| flew York, and Thomas E.
ta'niff. nresidi nt of Braniff Air-
lavs and Catholic co-chairman of
leNCCJ. L ,
[Highlight of the observance of
irotherhood Week will be a pro-
tarn to be presented by the Con-
ference. The Miami Round Table
fcd the Education Committee in
he Dade County Auditorium on
Monday, February 18th. Entit-
td. Together We Pray, the pro-
gram will be produced by cre-
| writing students of the Mi-
Senior High School, under
e supervision of Mrs. Helen
Uegee.
Some 150 students of the school
nil augment the program with
nusic under the direction of Miss
Betty Borin. Dance sequences,
festivals of various faitns and
tableaux will also be presented.
\ The Miami Round Table will
Jiold a Brotherhood Week Ban-
quet honoring Mrs. Louis Glass-
er, Andrew T. Healy and Dr. H.
iFranklin Williams on Wednes-
day, February 20th. in the Uni-
Iversity Student Club.
I Mrs. Glasser will be cited for
Iher work in inter-group relations
here. She was a candidate for
the Miami Hound Table Regional
Citation in 1951. Currently, she
I president of the Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations,
I Dade County, president of the
Florid:: W i n's Division, Amer-
I Congress, national
Ivice president, AJC. and chair-
Iman of t> Women's Division,
I Jewish Appeal.
Mis Gla i is also the Deputy
I Dade County, in
1 lucation in the Civil
IDefer am and chairman
1 W t'ancer and Cere-
rral Palsy Drives. She has been
lactiye in v Community Chest,
having served as chairman for 3
years as its metropolitan leader
and as a worker during the past
13 years.
A Miami attorney. Healy was a
candidate for the Miami Round
Table Regional Citation in 1951.
and was Catholic co-chairman of
the group in that year.
Dr. Williams, vice president of
the faculty of the University of
Miami, has been an active leader
in the Miami Round Table during
the past 10 years. In conjunc-
tion with Mrs. Glasser, he worked
with Dr. E. Lovejoy, first chair-
man of the Department of Hu-
man Relations at the University,
to obtain scholarships for teach-
ers in that field.
Following the University's
Banquet, on Thursday, an Insti-
tute in Human Relations will be
held in Beaumont Memorial Hall
on Main Campus. The program
will feature exhibits, displays
and talks by prominent leaders
in inter-group relations.
Cheek Inflation
JERUSALEM (JTA) An-
nouncement of government plans
to check inflation and improve
the economic situation in the
country was made in Parliament
Wednesday by Premier David
Ben Gurion, it was officially stat-
ed here. The local press indicated
that no matter what else the gov-
ernment proposes, it will not
recommend the devaluation of
the Israeli pound.
Justice William Douglas Views Israel
As Savior From Oppression In East
Agree To Limited
Migration
LONDON (JTA)At the sug-
gestion of the Israeli Minister in
Budapest, the Hungarian Foreign
Ministry has recommended that
25.000 Hungarian Jews be allow-
ed to emigrate to Israel, it was
reported here. However, a final
decision has been delayed be-
cause :>f the Hungarian Foreign
Ministry's demand that the trans-
fer of assets by the emigrants be
limited and by the Labor Minis-
try's objections to the departure
from the country of skilled per-
sons.
The reports circulating here say
that the Hungarian authorities
are also demanding trade conces-
sion as a quid pro quo for their
agreement to Jewish emigration.
Rare isvttvl's
Financial Crisin
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ex-
tent of the grave financial crisis
facing Israel was bared in the
Supreme Court here Monday
when a representative of the Fi-
nance Ministry, appearing in a
case before the court, testified
that Israel's currency was only
backed by two percent of its val-
ue in foreign currency.
The Finance Ministry official
stated that the Treasury held on-
ly 2.000,000 pounds in foreign
currency as coverage for 100,-
000,000 pounds of currency in
circulation. He said that when
the Jewish state was established
in May. 1948. the entire currency
in circulation was backed by for-
eign exchange holdings and that
some two years later, in the sum-
mer of 1950, the currency in cir-
culation was supported to the
extent of 45 percent.
One hundred and thirty lead-
ing Jewish attorneys and ac-
countants of Greater Miami heard
Supreme Cqurt Justice William
O. Douglas call the State of Is-
rael "the product of a spiritual
crusade" at the annual Attorneys-
Accountants Dinner held at the
Monte Carlo Hotel last Tuesday,
in behalf of the 1952 Combined
Jewish Appeal.
"Israel is for men, wonv'n and
children, for their social better-
ment, their personal freedom,
their historic liberation from fear
and oppression," Justice Douglas
said. "Israel is a lard in which
human beings count the most,"
he declared. "Israel is an in-
spiration for men and women of
all nationalities who seek to
throw off the yoke of feudalism
that they carry. Israel has
brought justice and equality and
democratic attitudes to a bleak
and weary land. It shows the
way for all people no matter
how oppressed they are, no mat-
ter how impoverished.
"Israel is doing on the contin-
ant of the Middle East what
America, in a different setting, |
did on this continent. And those
who help Israel in its crises will
be serving as nobly as the Lafay-
ettes. the Kosciuskos and tbe
Kossuths served America when
we struggled for our independ-
ence."
The distinguished jurist point-
ed out that there has been an
alarming waste in the American
method of mass spending abroad
for the purpose pf stopping com-
munism. Calling" this an "expen-
sive error in our history, he de-
clared that dollars alone cannot
put a halt to this system and that
the growth of communism is due
to the existence of feudal sys-
tems in large areas of the world.
He listed as the main prob-
lems of Israel: (1) Its emergent
need for food and housing; (2)
the problem of making a just
peace with the Arabs so that tax-
port.
"Israel is an example of a dem-
ocratic society where tolerance
and understanding flourish," he
declared. A contribution to the
annual Combined Jewish Appeal
supports the people of Israel and
helps build a model society that
can awaken other peoples and
show them the way to freedom,
dignity and plenty, Justice Doug-
las said.
He also pointed out that more
than 40 national and 7 local or-
ganizations and institutions were
recipients of allocations from
each individual's single gift in
the current campaign.
Co-chairmen of the annual Din-
ner were George Chertkof. Louis
Heiman, Aaron Kanner. and
George J. Talianoff. Co-guests
of honor were Judge George E.
Holt and Judge Joseph N. Mor-
ris, of the Dade County Circuit
Court. ______^___
Immigrants Of
Iran Arrive
In Israel
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The first
organized group of immigrants
from Iran to travel to this coun-
try by way of Turkey arrived at
Haifa recently. The group num-
bering 526. included about 100
children under the age of three.
It arrived here after a three week
odyssey by bus, train and ship.
The group left the Jewish Ag-
ency camp in Teheran to which
it had come from the interior of
Iran, Afghanistan and Iraq. In
order to reach Israel, it had to
cross Turkey and proceed to the
Turkish port of Alexandria where
it was picked up by an Israeli
ship.
The immigrants reported that
more than one-half of (he 70.000
Jews in Iran are willing to emi-
grate to Israel. They specially
esTaVgo"to""the'ia7d rather than | fear the results of *e forthcom-
to arniment and the support of in* efcfonswhh might bring
the Army; (3) the problem of 1 extremist elements into pou. r
the continuing immigration of \ A party of 40 Iraqui JewsJ
is
Jews = oVher lands and (4), scheduled to fly to Israel soon,
the problem of water and top Itehak ^g^S^SS S^
soil and the development of in- rector of the Jewisn Ager.c>. an
dustries to manufacture for ex- pounced this weeK.______________
Warburg To Stress Crucial Aspect Of Campaign
The United Jewish Appeal in 1952 will conduct its nationwide
campaign "on a crisis footing to help the people of Israel win their
battle foi economic survival and freedom." Edward M. M. Warburg.
_.. .. i __ i__ .....,.,,,.!,.,,(] that
oattie foi economic survival and freedom," Edward M. M. waiDurg.
IMA General Chairman, declared this week, as he announced that
more than 750 leaders from all parts of the country are expected to
attend the Appeal's National In-
augural Conference Saturday and
Sunday. February 23rd and 24th,
in Miami Beach, formally to ooen
.....Beach, formally to open
[ -ne current drive for $151,500,000.
Wa;burK announced also that
Mdie Cantor, Chairman of the
WAs National Leadership Mob-
Katmn and a member of the Ap-
peal s Nation,1 Campaign Cab-
inet would be principal speaker
l the final session and that the
Y>-ference would hear earlier
"om outstanding figures in
American, Israel and Jewish
community affairs.
. Thf UJA General Chairman,
M calling attention to the open-
n?i of the $151,500,000 drive.
sa'd that the Inaugural Confer-
ence would "usher in one of
ne most crucial campaigns in
he fourteen yar history of the
United Jewish Appeal on
"nose outcome is hinged the
course of the immediate future
iL?el and toe more than
00.000 refugees brought to its
I.wf'l slnco ,he new State's es-
"Muhment little less than four
rs ago."
.'.giltmg1 '0d^'"_he.dec.,a,:?.d-"
* hieve
Drorio8,''5' inflat'on and under-
lon that have already
rugnt a serious lowering in the
'ipiiii lOQay. he declared, "is
a., ng a desperate battle to
ihortaa Vlct0rv over austerity,
riving standards of the people.
The United Jewish Appeal in
1952 must help Israel win this
fight, just as in 1948 the United
Jewish Appeal proved to be a
decisive force in helping the new
State achieve victory in its war
of liberation over five aggressor
armies." .
Explains Goal
In this connection, Mr. War-
burg cited the Appeal's 1952 goal
of $151,500,000 asserting that its
adoption was based on the rec-
ord of American Jews in contrip-
uting $150,000,000 to the UJA in
the "crucial year of 1948, when
Israel won independence.
"The Jews of the United
States," he declared, "then pro-
vided the United Jewish Appeal
with $151,000,000 to help estab-
lish the new State and aid it to
defend itself against its invad-
"This year." he declared,
"there is apparent peace on Is-
rael", border, but a .enou.
trunk within it. boundaries.
Th.9.9n,my this
Shortage, of food, of housing,
of medicine, of medical facili^
H.. have worsened the regime
of austerity. UBderwroductum
in agriculture "-""'53s
lack of machme. and matenals
have brought the threat oi
widespread malnutrition. But
American Jews can help con-
qu-;r these economic ills
through fulfillment of this
yeai's $151,500,000 goal."
Mr. Warburg cited plans of the
United Jewish Appeal for help-
ing Israel free itself of the agri-
cultural stranglehold on the
economy.
With funds raised through the
Appeal's nationwide campaign,
he pointed out. Israel can be
helped to establish another 100
agricultural settlements, expand
and develop 396 previously es-
tablished settlements, create and
expand 2 2,000 anti-austerity
farms, build 40 new temporary
work villages which can serve as
the beginnings of new settle-
1 ments and widen projects for the
irrigation and reclamation of ne-
glected areas to bring another
120,000 acres under cultivation.
"To help finance this urgent
program, to help Israel win its
light for economic independ-
ence" Mr. Warburg declared
the United Jewish Appeal will
go on a crisis footing from the
moment the nationwide cam-
paign is launched two weeks
from today."
Stresses Immigration
The UJA General Chairman
stressed that, in addition to pro-
viding for programs in Israel, the
United Jewish Appeal this year
must make possible the move-
ment to Israel of 120,000 Jews
from Eastern European and Mos-
lem lands, extend relief, welfare j
and rehabilitation assistance to
250,000 Jews in distress in Eur-
ope, North Africa and the Mid-
dle East and help receive and
settle 8,500 displaced persons and
refugees who will arrive here
before the end of the year.
The UJA Inaugural Confer-
ence, which will meet at the
Saxony Hotel, will be preceded
on Tuesday, February 19th. with
an Inaugural Reception at the
Whitehall Hotel in Palm Beach. I
Meanwhile thirty seven ou'
.tending American business
leaders have accepted- Execu-
tive Committee posts on a new-
ly formed National Trade and
Industry Council of the United
Jewish Appeal and have timed
the opening of thwir trade,
campaign to coincide with the
launching of the Appeal's $151.-
500.000 natiowide drive.
Warburg said that the 37 busi-
ness leaders represent a cross
section of the country's varied
commercial life and will func-
tion as a general staff in mobil-
izing business and industrial
support for the UJA's 1952 cam-
paign. The UJA General Chair-
man pointed out that this is the
first time in the 14 year history
of the United Jewish Appeal that
an over-all business group has
Enlist Staff Aid
The UJA General Chairman
been formed to serve as a cam-
paign general staff in the area of
trades and industries,
noted in particular that many
members of the Trade Council's
Executive Committee have re-
tail and factory plants through-
out the country and arc enlist-
irg their respective executive
Staffs to help widen the scope
of the drive among business and
industry groups.
Mr. Warburg stressed that
the Council has already taken
steps to form local campaign
business group, in more than
50 of the country's largest cit-
ies and that the signal for
actual campaigning will be giv-
en with the launching of the
Appeal's nationwide drive on
Sunday. February 24th.
The UJA General Chairman
reported in this connection that
the 37-man Council is now build-
ing business representation for
the Appeal's forthcoming Nation-
al Inaugural Conference and is
scheduling special functions to be
held coincidental with trade con-
ventions and showings in New
York, Chicago, Boston, Philadel-
phia, Los Angeles and other key-
cities.
The 37-msn Executive Com-
mittee, Mr. Warburg said, rep-
resents enterprises in 22 busi-
ness and industrial fields.
These fields are automotive,
buildinq materials, drugs, dairy
products, 'electrical, food, furn-
iture, jewelry, liquor, lumber,
men', clothing, motion pictures,
oil. paper, plastic real estate,
rubber, shoes, scrap metals,
textiles, tobacco and waste ma-
terials.


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without opposition
tern in his office.
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Cantor Berele Kelemer will ap-
pear in a Gala Concert at the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation on Sunday evening,
February 17th. 8 p.m. The pro-
gram will also include leading
canters of Giiater Miami, as
well as thre* Israeli Sisters in
a repertoire of Palestinian
scrgs. Cantors Irving Robin-
son. Abraham Seif. David Sil-
urnan. Jacog Tambor, Leo
Ulridi Maurice Marr.ches and
SaaMMl Vigoda will be among
the leading cantors presented.
Beth David Women
Hear Dr. Arzt
The Sal
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: 19th. at 1 dedi-
i Torah Fund
L"n : S; nag : America.
Dr. Maz Arzt I J wish
... S will be
r A ". was ap-
int : vie* :hancellor of the
T.-.eclogical Seminary of
rica in October. 1951. and
jlds the post of Associate
sor of Practical Theology
: e faculty of the Rabbinical
School of the Seminary.
The musical portion of the
.'.: y. jon will be presented by
Cantor David Silverman.
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The I nivorsilv of .Miami
and S. HUROK
.
ardsr direction of
Ninette De Valois
THURpS.?pp!1e4,p^,The Nu,:rckerTh Haunted Banrocm-
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FRThA.VB5i:,rFjScn; ***-Tto Project Before L,-Be.uty' An.
L SATURDAY 16th Mat.nee Copplia"-fu|| |en0th Ballet
Eve. Lea RendezvousKhadraPaatoratePineapple Poll
Miami Beach Auditorium1:30 Mat : 8:J0 Eve. |i SS." 4*.i at 0,
Box Offices Open Daily W ** J.-4.S_
DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE
COLORED VAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE MOVES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
12? N.R. lit Ave. Ph. .3607
No Charje to Employer
KOSHER KILLED
CHICKENS
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
SIXXY ACRES
POULTRY 8c FISH MARKET
3215 Grand Avenue
Coconut Grove
(Next to Food Fair Store)
PHONE 4-2021
Form International
Dancing Group
A new International Folk
Dance Gnup under the direction
i f Mrs. Rose Shcin is being form-
ed at the Jewish Community
nter's Miami Branch, accord-
ing to an announcement by Ber-
nard Segal. Activities Director.
The group will meet regularly
on Thursday evenings at 8 p.m.,
with basic steps for beginners.
From 9 to 10 p.m.. dances of all
nations will be taught.
19
Red Cross To
Train < hildn'n
American Red Cross Frst
I Training will be given to aoL
.mately 12.000 rtudenl ,J
Dade County School System
pupils in the eighth, eleventh]
twelfth grades will start
. course the beginning of the
ond semester.
The requirement for t ,. jw
rating, which eighth gi
will attain, is la hours of tJ
ing. The eleventh and tml
; grades will receive a Senior?
! mg after completing 18
1 training.
The course will include
many changes in first aid m-i
ures due to the increased haz3
of mechanized warfare. Alsoi
eluded will be instruction dm
nent to care of shock, how to U
serious bleeding, artificial resoll
ation, what to do for turns
many other vital treatments '
program is designed to
children how to take CMe
themselves in case of an emen
ency and to prepare them to 1
! others.
Donate 1,225,000 Pints Ot
Blood Since Korean War
In the 18 months since the start
of the war in Korea, the Ameri-
: ...pie have donated 1.225.-
000 pints of blood through their
Red Cross for military forces, E.
Roland Harriman. Red Cross
nt inn in
Approximately 160.000 pints
Far East in
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MOUNT NEBO
CEMETERY
The Cemetery of
Distinction
For Discriminating
Families
would like to present you v
a set of Personalized Haggadahs
for Passover. This Haggadah
beautifully illustrated by Sieg-
mund Forst, faithfully translated,
with your family name printed
on the cover, we are sure will
enhance the dignity and pleasure
of your Sedar.
Call 0T-M11
Our offer is made for the pur-
pose of acquainting you with our
plan to encourage you to invest
in family peace of mind by select-
ing your family burial estate now,
and one of our representatives
will deliver them to you. He will
explain our plan for Peace of
Mind.
This offer is for a limited time.
A prompt reply will insure de-
livery of your Haggadahs. Mount
0 Burial Estates, 5505 N. W.
3rd St.. Miami. Florida.Adv.
OF ITMOST IMPORTANCE Df
Jewish Funeral Service
Nothing can take the place of a thorough
knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in con-i
ducting a funeral sen ice that is correct in every
particular.
Through many years of faithful sen ice to Jew-
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experience and understanding. The responsi-
bility to conduct every service correctly and
with reverence, beauty and dignity, we un-
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Memorial Chapel.
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LpAY. FEBRUARY_151_1952_
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I'll Say...
Mr Simonhoff ii currently hi South
el| u /..tre articles written by
Ka- the Jewih Floridiaii by Orerseus Air-
u, T-mciro I listened to excellent speeches
THE LATIN AMERICAN HAVEN
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
conference of Brazilian Zionists. But
ddifVVlkn" Poke Portuguese. Suddenly I
Twlut Nietzsche meant by his phrase, "the
isoed
nal recurrence.
rnal rev"1"
mrrCUESJ language used at the trial of Uriel
So,h'nH thl excommunication of Baruch Spin-
^5 used in the large 16th century commercial
C Unf Gracia Mendes and her gifted nephew, Don
H? n..ke of Naxos. It was used by the eloquent
rP Mnlcho as he went to the burning stake fancy-
feS the Messiah. After a lapse of centuries.
I h,mn is again spoken by the youth whose par- .
TO the pefsecuttons in Russia. Poland, and Rou-
Is h The obsolete certainly has a way of return-
' and with a vengeance.
lCl^Ehroueht on a chain of reflection, somewhat
l^afi Considering the awful persecutions met-
rTfn Jews in Spain and Portugal, wouldn't it be
I^J^o question the ultimate safety of any Jew-
tment Ml"' Arnerica? For not much over a
"TJSIw" still a proscribed religion
iturv afu'p^rt.I1.uese or Spanish America. In the
WaH coffis SSth of the Rio Grande declared
r independence. Latin America needed Europeans
I So the doors were opened widely to all who
Si come: it would have been absurd to keep out
ivs or any one else.
fl'SffiSMSP condition still obtain? BraziU
L \hn the US has a population of less than fifty
tlion Tn K;iimiPd resources. More than ever, immigrants
fed"d to supply the technologies for the almost
g mdustries necessary to support the ever
| tive population.
RZI PROPAGANDA
| For mori than a century the South American lands
oner of immigration. Then came Hit-
ans reached out to command, if not
, B f this continent. Nazi intrigue
tunity in the instability of the Latin
tetropoiitcsn Unit
fombined Appeal
teets Monday
Unit of the
Jewish Appeal
L to all area chair-
l..]. utains and work-
I ti their first informal
Monday. February
. at the new of-
Bureau of Jewish
N\v 3rd Avenue.
| man Fred K.
>unced that the
I "tine will be high-
I the appearance of Miss
Ivi Zari ; a frequent visitor to
) 1 and a dynamic
:. ehalf of many
I Shochet has an-
lune. : that broad plans for the
It: | kii k-off will be dis-
Bsed a program set forth
i.-.- |] : ent of additional
like: in the 1952 Combined
I '
I. C. Myers. Educa-
|nal of the Division,
the Humanettes rep-
I Executive Direc-
k ol v, n local beneficiary
I : the Combined Jewish
temperament, in the presence of large primitive native
ks, in the sudden palace revolutions, in the rise
and fall of local dictators. The resident German and
italian settlers w, re utilized by threats and coercions.
Nazi ideology was relied upon to convert the ruling
class to the doctrine of Aryan supremacy. The decayed
scions of conquistadores listened hungrily to the phil-
osophy of the Superman. Under republican institu-
tions, they were having their hands full maintaining
dominion over the mixture of racial breeds. Dictator-
ships on the Nazi-Fascist model were the solution to
the absurd problems of decadent democracy.
ANTI-SEMITISM
Why anti-Semitism was found necessary in propa-
gating totalitarianism in Latin America is as baffling
as its use in Europe. But the propaganda did take
hold, and anti-Jewish currents were felt until after
Hitler's defeat. How well the Nazis succeeded may be
be judged from statements in the book, "Jewish Life
in South America", by Rabbi J. X. Cohen, who, rep-
resenting the late Stephen S. Wise as the only Jewish
member of the Committee on Cultural Relations uv-ith
Latin America, traveled in 1940 through the Southern
continent.
Ill BOLIVIA
This group of college presidents, professors, clergy-
men, sociologists and economists visited every South
American country, with the blessings of our State De-
partment and in furtherance of the Roosevelt Good
Neighbor Policy. Everywhere they were received
with honors by heads of the governments. But when
about to enter Bolivia, the Consul at Buenos Aires re-
fused a visa to Rabbi Cohen. Posted in his office were
specific instructions against visaing the passports of
Semitic Elements. All the prestige of the Committee
was of no avail. The Bolivian Consul did, however
offer to wire for special instructions, a privilege which
the Rabbi declined.
ON THE CONTINENT
Anti-Jewish feelings were manifest, more or less,
throughout Latin America. And this was the period
when Jews were fleeing Europe to escape the con-
centration camps. Nazi agents saw to 1^hatv,Je^''s!;
refugees were denied entrance. As in the Mar.ano
davs of old. they had to register as Catholics to gain
THt^RGE.VT/.VE SITUATION
Argentina during the 1930s was seething with un-
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Women's Unit Lunch
The Women's Gift Unit ol the
1952 Combined' Jewish Appeal
are readying plans for their an-
nual Chai. Life Luncheon, to t.
place on Tuesday. F. ruary 19tn.
5 p.m.. at Copa City.
According to Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. chairman of the social e-
vi :t. a capacity turn-out is eX-
i pected for the affair, which is
sponsored annually in behalf of
! the Combined Jewish Appeal.
; Henr.v Youngman. stage, radio
\ and TV star, will, head the pro-
gram of entertainment
Presidents of local women's or-
! ganizations throughout Dade !
i Countv have formed special Com-
mittees to urge membership sup-
port of the Luncheon, proceeds
of which will be directed to the
causes sponsored by the Appeal.
A Certificate of Achievement
will be awarded to the organiza-
tion which brings in the largest
1 number of gifts on February 19tn,
Mis. Lehrman stated.
The Women's Division feels
deeply the need for success in
this campaign," said Mrs. Lours
' GIaser. Women's Division Chair-
man of the current drive "We
krow of the tremendous role be-
ing played by women to turn Is-
rael's homecoming into a great
homemaking. and it is our re-
sponsibility to extend our nantf
to these courageous pioneers a-
j cross the sea to aid them in this
vital task."
Assisting Mrs. Irving Lehrman
will be the Mesdames Benjamin
Appel, Leonard Barr. Jennie
Grossinger, George Goldberg, and
Louis Krensky.
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FOR A FRIEND
Contact Us
George Chertkof fright), chairman of the annual Attorneys-Ac-
countants Dinner, 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal, greets Supreme
Court Justice William O. Douglas following his arrival in Miami
lo address the Tuesday evening function.
rest. T. : odless peon was impoverished and restive.
He felt disr as he looked upon the enormous
ns (estanciasi held bj-a small group of land
barons. To split up the vast estates and distribute
.small farms among the gauchos was a sentiment rap-
idly gaining acceptance. If it could not be accomp-
li by lawful means then a revolution must do it.
The Nazi propagandists pointed to the farms set-
tled by Russian Jews with the help of Baron de Hirsn.
Why not give these farms to the disinherited gauchos. .
The great ranchers smiled approvingly and supported
the dictatorship of Jorge and Evita Peron. The largest
Jewish community south of the US felt uncomfortable.
It had made significant contributions to Argentine in-
dustry and agriculture. Its impact was telt in art
and drama, in music and literature. An expropriation
along Nazi lines seemed alarmingly close.
THE PERONS .
Meanwhile the Second World War was on, and the
Perons watched events closely. The consequence of
a Hitler victory is no difficult guess. The best opinion
holds that the rights of Jews would have been auto-
matically cancelled. Instead the Perons show friend-
ship for their Jewish citizens and evince a strong in-
terest in the State of Israel. It is said, however, that
Peron is soured by his failure to obtain votes in Jew-
ish districts at the last election.
OPTIMISM FOR THE FUTVRE
It might be well not to take too pessimistic a view
of the antiSemitism inspired by Nazi propaganda.
Since the war. the situation has improved materially.
The UN representative from Chile is Benjamin Cohen,
and he has considerable influence. The Finance Min-
ister of Brazil is Horacio Laffer, a Lithuanian Jew.
who never misses Synagogue on New Year and Yom
Kippur.
GUATEMALA "m
My personal experience might also be revealing.
In 1941 I contemplated a trip to Central America. But
Mr. Arthur Curtis, the Miami Consul of Guatemala,
refused to visa my passport. His instructions were
not to issue visas to Jews, their American citizenship
notwithstanding. Subsequently, the dictatorship of
Guatemala fell. On November 30. 1947. no state UJ
the UN did more to bring about Partitionship in Pal-
estine. In 1943. no delegate rendered greater ass
ance to the struggling Republic of Israel than Gra-
nados of Guatemala. ___________________m
t.tihhs Mspaderm
Attend Party At
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social event will bt
the first planm- of
1952 tned Jewish Ap-
peal Coral Gables area.
v a-
ded : Cum E How-
ie internal pi
the State ol was
merly Chief of the Office of
War Inform, I key.
Funds raised in the an
Combined J'
to finance a broad program
of relief, rehabilitation and re-
settlerr.-. I hi Is-
rael. Europe and in the Middle
East. The program also supports
an 40 national_health and
wi Ifare agencies and 7 local ben-
iary organizations in the
Greater Miami area. _______

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*JcHiitfkrfff3r
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, j
I'.IA In Rolrospwt
in Mi
crxni Beach ;.. February 24th wiD to some d*>
gree re -"-:
in 1948.
Flus snnath z: victory then do
hmdiaisiag joe toe difficult la attain
Aitei 2,000 yean :. exile >.= bad rernroed te
their homeland and the unreasonable glories
.. follow a war succc aroo*
to poui torth 3 Run of 5150.-
:;; 30C ns ---'- -- its decke rapidly to
tei the new state on sound footing.
The ibiiiation Appec gales mil tee] on
February 24tl can in no wnpletely reflect
-.: the days immediately following the Won
c: Liberation I anting si guns except :::
nuisance entanglements with reticent Arab pa-
ths grirn reality of re
kling a land thai has lain fallow for twenty
centuries (aces them as well -3 Israel's new :*::
I..--- citizen*.
American lews ~us" recocnize thi3 weariness
rr.-;: c-9 prepared to accept ever, sterner ;::;
economic insecurity and must redouble their ef-
forts to offset any "se in fervor that baa dobm
with the feeling that Israel .= fad and that re
:::.;.:....' for its :.'re no !:.r.~~r remains with
Appeal delegates will in actuality only r:e
re~experiencing the argent ccU for funds equal to
the amount raised in 194 Absolute statistici
plotting the new state's agricultura] industrial
and shelter neec impress them with the
1 194c help them make certain
EDITORIAL
Nuq]
THE NECESSARY BINDING
irences ;.: iim of imaturity; we can ill-afford to be im-
mature at this time. Out unsuccessful cure-alls
have one by one been taken rr:rr. us
...__--------U--1------
od :: man truly partic pat-
Brotfaprhood \V'k
tc remam zs ~r. a;temctive.

par-
24th
c svrnbci .: _.".
-;.:.z: Z'.
:.: warned --: imper

c or The old-time by-word toler-
0 longer j ipon ~s a way
....... iefinition toler-
ability to cope with .-.
-
ihere can be nothing :;:z ^:-.z:.\ about our
fe..ow human beings. Revolt agai rncia]
Leonard 15 **-
Miami Jewish Music Counci] had
:.-, = e for rr:de last u:.u:y ~r.d y.rrr.riry
rmed r_.-r.e3t
Bloc .zrr.z Rhapsody with the Ur.:ver3:-Y
shony Oi ra as tribute ".- Jewish Mus.c
'.'- -"-
Hardly -r = the ':.:-iz:.z~.z z: his :h:r:.es. Mr.
Ros< ady recognized _s one c: the world's
great cellists; .r.zzzz zzrr.zz-iz.\ z:.::zs expect
me the position ;:..!; Casals holds in
concert hall spheres, that ver.er^hle Spar
currently lives out the :v.-.hrr.: 0: :..-
career in I-rcpe.
Mi Rose is a native rvftamian v.hcs3 fai
was an Outstanding ~z\z.z.zr. in his own r.z'r.:.
z.- with the ui::~_:e expression c: his son's gen-
re denied his persor.-l artistic z~.z::.z-:.-
crder here: to (octet the young cellist's. Many
Ml. Sinai And You
Five students enrolled in the first claa
Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical N
ing received their caps at an unveL..-..; ceremS
end dedication program last Sunday cherub
Thus, Mount Sinai has, in deed, hecc-o*
center for medical education and research as wJ
as for hcspitalization. Its school, sponsored W
the Women's Auxiliary, is the first La Florida i
rave been recognized and accredited by thelW
:onal Association for Practical Nurse Educated
The rapidity of Mount Sinai's development oi
a period of a few short years must be cause
pride.
But pride, alone, is insufficient as a rnouvatiMl
factor in any long-scale plan regard..-.g furtSI
advance. Recognizing the feeling cf security
which comes from the realization that a weft
equipped medical center is on hcr.d, Greatn
Miami residents must, in more than laudato?
terms, demonstrate their gratitude. A bromj
plaque bearing the names of 389 contributor!
who have donated substantial gifts to the hos-
pital for the continuation of its program which ig.
eludes cid to all persons, regardless cf race, coke
or creed, was unveiled during the Sunday cere]
mony.
There were some of us who felt that the slin I
list did not properly reflect the area's cv/arenes;
of Mount Sinai's dedicated activity. S.nce its op.
ening in December, 1949, Mount Sinai has treated
well over 14,000 cases, aided in the bearing of
1,500 babies and offered its facilities for the per-
forming of 4,500 major and minor operations. Last
year, the hospital incurred a debt amounting to:
5253,000, as a result of services rendered men. j
hers cf our community who could otherwise not I
efferd medical attention.
On February 28th, a Mount Sinai Jubilee, star-
ring Ed Sullivan, will be held for the second sa
cesslve year in an effort to eradicate that debt
We can hardly deny Mount Sinai's call :cr h.ndi|
In giving, we will not only augment the hospita
program of services to all, but we will at :he same I
urne do our part in strengthening i:s ever increo*
ing activity In medical research.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fecerrlcr.'s coa-1
tribution to Mount Sinai last year -.zs S33.X3a]
tficant sum in light of the lac: tne hos-
ital services members of all rel::r.s. The
:
000 deficit remaining, must be paid through
this fund raising Jubilee.
people who heard Mr. Rose in his performance^
the Bloch masterpiece last week entertain fond
memories of him when as a youth he sauntered
to school, played in the city's streets and carriefj
in is cumbersome instrument about.
With his parents, they beheld a rare thing,]
the consummation of an artist's crr.bition-thij
fruitful expression of his youthful dreams.
Hitler Youth Stalk Again
: t that
I
' far about -.
" the Hitler youl t in t
ithful storm-ti


H ledge of th
..-.-
1
Detective M
I


feteria of
.....
thai

Th. : t tension
in the

,nt1' -
..' an
area wit
that the only
nasty
anti-Jew .-.nine on
Window On Europe ...
By GEOFFREY D. GOLDST! N

Israel campaigr-
ade-
h the
nc
for the Tomb
Unknown J<

"Ccupving
ne be-
. Anglo-Jewish lead-
of the
The
iatd in is in
tion 1 C n|
Honorable Ew-
ipected rig-
h and n.n-Jewish
voiced his
. :v- :- that thi re is nu need
WJC here. His support-
members of
i Anglo- Jtwi-,1,
WJC .,- posi-
at to communal unitv.
' that it is seeking
t-mal and oth-
riich have long
' v carried out by
ting commu ai insUtutions.
WJC men, including the
e Board of Depu-
. "a WJC vice-president,
replj that they are not attempt-
_-! to do any such thing. What
10 a:m at is to fill ln the
r.trys Jewish edu-
Jl ar.d cultural life. And
have made a good start
forums on topical
drawn large audi-
o?W;f,a?,dstlrrula,edareataeal
'on. But the contro-
r from over.
have noticed a short
. .'teni this week reporting
a w0r.H%h0Use J UHstem-^nce
firm t uUS Be.rlm P""shing
232, ''I tave a11 lhe Property
confuc;,t,d by the Nazis return
ed to it. Ba.k in 1940, Herman
in. once reqa:;;. I as a mil-
lionaire, crossed t G.rmaa|
frontier into France his wit|
to Britain with half 1 di Uar a|
1 his pocket. "Is this end I
the house of Ulisti ,.- Ked i'J
dumbfounded front:;: fficial Bj
seemed like it t).
The vast Ullstem pire sal
laid on the foundati ns of tMl
Berliner Zeitung. purchased m
Leopold Ullstein in 1377. It H
r branched out an I t 10k ovtrj
three leadirg German d -:f5 '
r that which-. Ullstein I
claims his inheritance is in fj
sorrething of a shock-----;h:re,."
little of the firm's palatial ouilfr
ing left. ______I
+Je*istincridiaii
Published vry Friday """?'
Of Th Jewish Floridmn at 120 I*.
StKth atraet. Miami 18. Florida. t
tred as second-class matter J"1' '
IUU ... ^r t n<> of Mia'"1-
itter J"1',
, at tne rot Office of "*
Fla., under theAct of Mj.r.ch.i:J*3
l30.
Fla., under the Act of March 3- "Jl
The Jewish Floridian nai absorow
the Jewiah Unitv and the J""
Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tee- ,
jraphic ABeney. Seven Art J'""?
Syndicate, Worldwide News 5""T
National Editorial Association, A"^
can Association of Enoi-sh-Je""
Newspapers. Florida Press Assoc'ity
The Jewish nortdian does f
fuarantee the Ksujhruth "f the
'bandise advertised In Its^colu
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Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN
News Editor
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Telephones 2-114J-2gl^
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1^.
VOLUME 25 rUMBt" j
SHEBAT 19 5.12


flDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1952
"JfcnisA #lrrkcr
PAGE 5 A
;ix Miamians Die
In Plane Crash
- M perished fa I
L^onal A.rlmes plane *-
J ::ng minutes af-
1, Lu-engfaedDC-*
W" the Vwark Air-
f; .,!a:iy scheduled
I
... ...-hod mto an a-
;, .- in Elizabeth. New
.f-rrule from the
' ;.' ::y. The disaster
b in eight weeks
a storm ei wrath
r | ..000.000 air
Lid until authorities can com-
I, ::ons of the mis-
[' ^ I rmanent tan by resi-
tnt-' : :.: unity is being
\ -.he" field, a report
[:.: ek indicated.
Official figures have thus far
Liiipj ;;T :..talities since the
Kfcrash week ago. The toll of j
lur-.nt crash victims includes six :
Brian* They are E. J- N.ch-'
Coral Gables: J. A. Guenn.
Ildiarr: Louis Schwartz. Miami: .
G. Foster, pilot. Coial
I R. Shea, flig.-.t engineer.
feiami: c E- st- Clair- co' !
pilot. Cora! Gables.
Most seriously injured of Mi-
ln' resj tits was Harold Brown.
If 1025 6 -h Street, a 28-year-old
ludent a: the University of Mi-
ami Law School. His condition
Las reported as critical at St.
Elizabeth's Hospital in Elizabeth.
few J : Dr. Melvyn J. Gard-
er- .hiatrist with of-
I ..i.-.coln Road, suf-
tured left shoulder
: jises. His con-
; rted as fair.
; Minns Katz, of 6950 By-
rui Avi nue, Miami Beach, was
Jlso reported in fair condition.
ier husband. Joseph M. Katz.
daughter. Roberta, and a son.
Sherman, left for Elizabeth to
be at the victim's side.
Stewardess Nancy Talor, 22.
jiaughu: of Mrs. Henry Taylor.
1540 San Re mo Avenue, Coral
Cables, miraculously escaped
(nth supei f icial injuries.
The deceased Louis Schwartz.
bf 5730 SW 11th Street, was the
ppeintor of a hostess par.try in
Kurdine's Department Store
riiere he leased space. Horace
Bordes, executive vice president
bf the company, stated that
chwartz had gone to New York
supplies for a similar de-
j was preparing to op-
en in Curdine's Fort Lauderdale
II I
while, grief-stricken rela-
tives of the killed and injured
flooded Miami's International
Urport seeking news of their
>\' i ties. Doctors treated hys-
persons who refused to
I ws cf the crash. A
I .mister and a rabbi
vith the group, render-
fort and encouragement
anxious relatives. Those ;
leeki information concerning'
f bound plane were tak-
i ately to the wai'.ing-
' itional Airline officials
p*o stared in bewilderment when
crash. The company
n the recipient of num-
awarda in the past.
BaaaarV -
Beth Sholom Sisters
Hear Round Table
A Round Table on the there.
Building t'.ie Bridge of Btvt
hood, will feature, t.-e next D|
mcefng of the Temple Beth
S
an anrcuncement by Mis. Saul
an, president
Th rneetirg will take p'.. t
Wednesday. February 20th. 1:30
p.m.. fa the Temple's Banquet
Hall.
Participating in the Round Ta-
ble, which is undt.r the chair
ship of Mrs. Leon Kromsh. will
be Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham. Re-
gional Director of the Miami
Rourd Table. National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews. Rev-
erend John Lawrence Yencr.es.
of the Church-by-the-Sea. Rever-
end Mitchel Taylor, of the All-
Souls Episcopal Church, and Rab-
bi Morris Skop. of the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center.
Refreshments will be served
after the meeting, with Mrs. Irv-
ing Marcus, Hospitality chairman,
in charge.
Martin Katz Speaks For
Jewish National Fund
Martin L. Katz. g-yea
Mr and Mrs Ja ic K
14th Terrace, Miami B
guest speaker at a Tu B*S
.....
Park Jewish C- tei
U Li
Nat: V .-. A -
was thei
Jac were -
part]
Rabbi Narot Preaches
At Community Church
On Sun
17th, Ra
ual leader of T- Mi-
an i Miaffni
'Shores Cotnnmnitjf C-.-.-.'-.
The Rabbi's muw *:.: naark
the first :' an eandaaagaj
; pits between r..rr_;: and
I Reverend Freder. : Bev-
erend Nelson 1 to
preach at Temp'.- final m Fr.-
!day evening. Fetr-ary i'Zr.i
Lyons To Sprat:
Today. Sunday
N -Jlt. rl.
rr.at-
or and aewscaj'.^r
let*a tern
I
-
_
WTTT A: I
I
Understanding u| I int A.
r. WMBM
Reach Masada
Cupid itant'v
T.-e Miami Beach Masada.
I Z. r.:s: District, eriD pre-
Cupid's Caper Dance at
SheBwrne Hotel_ on Sunday
r.g. February 17th. 9 p.m.
The groups regular Friday ev-
ening Oneg Shabbat will take
place in the Temple Beth Sholom
Manquet Hall tonight at 9 p.m.
v.: tl-e program.
Mrs. Schwartz
Has 93rd Birthday
Mrs. Zarne Schwa:ti recent f
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5 f


H S* j.r'.-i
i
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s
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awav Beach: her -
in-law, H
Mk.....id M -
Honey Genod. her r.-.-e I
Far Rockaway.
Class In Baby Care
A new class in Baby Ar.d M
er Care, open to both parents,
convened last night at the Da.?
County Chapter of the Amer.
| Red Cross. 5020 Biscayne B<
vard.
if*
Eugene Conley will star in the
Greater Miami Opera Guild's
Performances of J o h a n n
Strauss' Die Fledermaus on
aaiurday ereninq, February
"ra. ln the Dade County Audi-
torium and on Monday evan-
'ng. February 25th, in the Mi-
JM Beach Auditorium. Othar
Metropolitan Opera peraonali-
es who will appear with Mr.
J-onley include Miss Patrice
Munsel and John Brownlee.
'ne productions are under the
direction of Dr. Arturo di Fll-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY is
Morris Lir.kimer left of 1800 Jcrr.es Avenue, Miami Beach,
shown presenting a new Scroll Jo Rabbi Abraham Cassel. spirit-
ual Mm of the Kneseih Israel Congregation.
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bt a D;nner on Monday. Febru-
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the Middle Est. and spent many
days in the settlements of Galilee.
. and the N'egtv. where she
spoke with hundreds of immi-
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tion camps.
Miss Zand is a former execu-
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is assistant chairman of the Unit-
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the City government. A dynamic
campaigner on behalf of the an-
nual appeal as well as other hu-
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for her ability to rally Americans
of all creeds in the fight for civil,
and democratic lights.
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LAy, FEBRUARY 15, 1952
'Jenlst)fhrkttan
YKQZ 7 A
1 thastorn Zionist Region Favors
Crtimer My For ZOA President
* i m<- tine ot the year of the Administrative Council.
Jrn Zionist Region, was held recently at the Mayfair Club
Jgar.ta. .jve| from as far south as Miami and as far north
[ ,-, on hand for deliberations.
Le i R- Burson, of Memphis, introduced a motion ura-
:,i>W ores1dentmof I undertook to support fully the
innof Amer-Isrel Propects which pro
nizaUonofAmo k a ^^ of ,
f Schools to be established in Is-
fciss H : h Stein, of the iUA raei and ar American Busii
ITformer British Zionist lead- Administration College
PQ >it is high time, will be housed in the ZOA H i
the name ZOA ^SSJ^SLiM deplored the re-
;|11 aid given to Israel by cent sta!w.,npnt Dy lK.v:,: Ben.
i erj iGurion scoring American 7..
\ [opted an AZF leadership. It was i iph lized
1 in ,.hioh takes in that, "we owe no Loyalty or al-
Uct ol -"1.000. which takes in legiarfv U) ,hc Q Is.
le woi ";' ZOA on.^ne|rael or whatever party happens
Ueric; to be in power. Our loyalty in
our Zionist work is to the J< w-
ish People at large." leaders indi-
cated. "As such, we shall con-
tinue with our efforts to strength-
en the Zionist movement ana to
work for increased aid to Is-
jew English Jews'
[ome Problems As
rimary To Israel's
LONDON. (JTA) The fact rael.
rl) j, fear the re-armament j The Region also unanimously
German) on Jewish grounds" passed a resolution favoring the
rial significance to the participation of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America in any con-
ference held to discuss restitution
huntm ich those Jews are
fetionai-. but if British Jews wish
protest the re-armament of
ermr.r.. I ere are "more than
Bequate channels within the
I of the country" for
I ise for this purpose.
Iwcn ."' igu, president of the
nglu" Association, declar-
annual meet-
| roup.
welcomed West Ger-
n ( Kor.rad Ade-
j]\ : nt statement that the
I nment is prepared
with the Jewish peo-
ael on claims for in-
Jews by the Nazis.
I. I that the AJA is
thing it can to help
I any just and reasonable
1 Israel.
[i nalysis of problems fac-
itish Jewish comnvun-
I j -ai i that while there
need to support Israel
I there is an urgent
r upport ol communal
I iucatior.al institu-
I in. He added that
fit it lite blear that the ma-
itj mmunity, while it
1 in and anxious for
Mac i. a I remain citizens
. and share with their
ho: -J' l colleagues its respon-
1 He declared that "the
p lem" has ceased to
I Britain, to its "great
tl
. M atti eked suggestions
I World Jewish Congress
f a voice speaking
J : J( ish ^odies. "The
I ny occasions var-
I inal bodies have reach-
[ -it on such subjects as
i in Germany or re-
P a tign of strength, but
Jo imagine that we all have the
f I of view and the same
of approach would be
nisleading." He opposed a *"su-
bra-natior.al Jewish body."
The first Bar.Mitxvah ever celebrated in Korean history ends with theJggy*"*'*&
against Germany. cates that the moral force of religion is effective a I "_;------------------------------------------------------------.
HOLIDAY TIME IN ISRAEL
'eatern Powers
Revise Resolution
Paris 'JTA> The Western
recently bowed before
Vrab pt'isure and revised their
briginal resolution on a relief and
Nintegration program for the]
I Arab refugees, placing |
posal before the Spe- j
tical Committee of the !
Lnitecl Nati ; c; neral Assem-
bly hi.
lutiori still endorses
' Relief and Works Agency
I n for the estab-
I a three-year, $250,-
POO.000 relief and reintegration
ver, it specifically ;
int- out that the new program
'ould not prejudice the right of
; to return to the |
ibandoned in Israel,
[ guaranteed in an earlier UN
fesoluti
[> Savut of Turkev. which
pgether with the United States,
Britain and France sponsored the
n, sard that the revised
"';' ad resulted from "extens-
I cordial and" practically
F'Titmuou- consultations among
fne spots and the delegations
concerned." The Turkish delegate
that the UN had two
J it must do in relation
I Arab refugees flrst, the
n of direct aid as long v
- indefinitely;
' tion of an !
rtiich the
.port them- |
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
c^ttictllf J \eiijllbl-z*
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HELEN ALPERT
FASCINATING FACT:
The first multi-floor garage eTer to be constructed in the
United States with t facade irdistincuishable from an office
building, on Manhattan's 76th Street was tui^t by our own
P. J. Daris. around 1907. Daris built it for Theodcre RooseTjlt
and Amos Pinchot.
THE SEASON'S BEAT:
Cupid brought them to honeymoon al
vin Zuckerbergs. Bror 1 '
8 to I
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Ar.v reial
the
HAPPY VISITORS with Frances and Louis Makorsky are
their daughter Rose Marie and grandson Richard. Kew Gardens.
L L "Jr.cie Harry Sent is on the family hearth, too Rose Marie
. Mrs. Al Chaiek. Frances relays that the joy on her fsce is
nachH of two-year-old Richard; the wrinkled trow hers stems
from the steady query: "Are ycu enlisrina your services for Com-
^.r.ed Jewish App*a;? She's mobilisation chairman. Squads
right tc her be -
i guest is Mrs. Celia K I
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Zipping inie town :.-.:= week with a bagful cf bursting news
"'': Bernard Z-. iberg former i-.i'.i photeg fcr Esquire, now
Coroad writtr. E*r-.5 with hil Itvely Hungarian bride of Ihree
-.<. Ob Marc* Ilth hi .-.:: Manhrrraa'l air with a new disc
.--- WNJH broadcasziee. from :-. Rexy theatre lobby. For this.
-"'- '.-'- ?-' '- --'--: moaiekes Heal O: merit Ormont
meaning Z : ;*: z -. .---: eisa? Preach.
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Carries Grandmother's Lace Kerchief
motor trip through ,
p their horcymoon. Mr.
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tiding at 146 SW 9th
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iple were married last
Saturday night in a double ring
mony, with Rai-bi Morris
ting at the Beth El
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bride is the daughter of
..: Hv M. Morris. 2645
SW 341 C mrt She is a gradu-
imi Senior High School
the was a member of the
nd orchestra. She is past
presi ol Hillel Chapter. B'nai
B':.' and past sweetheart
apter. AZA. She is
member of Sharet Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Young Women, and
C >rai Gables Jewish War Veter-
:.:.- Auxiliary.
The groom, son of Mrs. Evelyn
A nson, 717 Jefferson Avenue,
Beach, was graduated
m Technical High School. He
.ed in the Navy for two years
and .- presently affiliated with
X ngu Photo Studio. He is leader
:' B Scout Troop 35 and Cub
: Pack 35. of Miami Beach.
bride's gown was white was of nylon tulle sprinkled with]
Mrs. Burton Aronson
carr: | a
which was bet!
Dade Groups To
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March 15ui
the fai
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nylon tulle with thantilly lace
ipron front and jacket. Her veil
Florence Moss To
Wed On March 15th
Mi Willi im Moss, of'
' 20th Street, announce
if their daughter,
M ray Bircharsky,
:' Betty Birchan.
3117 SW 26th Street, and the late
ky.
ride-elect reci Ived her
... : m the University of fnd Barry Burak was i:n8 bear-]
'' SO, and was certified
I : hinj in elemei I i
Is F- ruary. She was a
::.t:nb' I Kappi Pi, honorary
rnity.
Mr. Bircharsky attended The
: Citj York.
Cornell Uni-
A & M and
. received his MA
m the University of Mi-
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and was treasurer of Theta Al-
Phi
steDhanotis. She
kerchief of lace
grandmother's.
Miss Rosalyn Morris, sister of
the bride, came in from Rick.
mond, Virginia, to be maid of
honor. Miss Lillian .-'.
proom's sister, and Mrs Ritj
'.: rris, the bride's -
-bridesmaids. B^.-t man wai
William Krausse. with Melvin,
brother of the bride. .. i J,,;eph
Cl. in. cousin of t!
ers. Fern Ellis was
ir.
The bride's book was kept bjl
Ms Ann Clein, and
Iris Schwartz was A re-
ception followed the wedding in
t. e Dora August M rial HalL
Miss Solomon To
Wed In Passaic
R. Sprung,
A w< .:. Pg tic, New J r-
24th, will unite
Miss Dori Gl ria Solomon, of
and Stuart
Miami Beach.
and Mrs. Sam Solomon. '
parents ol the bride-elect, an-1
need the forthcoming mar-
early this week.
Tr.e bride-elect studied music i
and drama in New York City. I
Mr. Sprung, son of Elias Sprung.
New Y'>rk. graduated from the I
University of Miami, and is an '
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PB1DAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952
+ Jewish Fieri Jinn
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personally Speaking
Mr and Mrs. Max Lewison, of Chicago, held a dinner party
I week at the Candle Light Inn, Coconut Grove, in honor oi'
uS r son. Robert, who recently received a Law Degree from the
it (wsitv of Miami. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
rT Warshaw and daughter, Zella, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Warshaw
a fnmilv Mr. and Mrs. S. Gold, Mrs. Elizabeth Levy, Mr. and :
Ms Hyman Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Al Nadler, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
cnbert and Mr. and Mrs. Moe Browarnik. The young attorney
Jill practice in Miami.
Burton Michaels, son of Mrs. Gertrude B. Michaels, of 2171
c W22nd Tenace, graduated from the University of Florida last
pek Mr. Michaels received the BS degree with honors. He
^ill resume his studies there in the Law School shortly.
^H ^* "^
Miss Bess Lande, of New York, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Catsman, 2230 SW 21st Avenue, Miami, arrived here to
sDend the winter with her parents. Also arriving for a three-
week stay from Flint, Michigan, are the Catsmans' son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Catsman.
^p* ^p ^*
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shinefield of 751 SE First Street, Hialeah,
announce the birth of their son, Larry, at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital on January 26th. The Bris took place at their home on
Sundav, February 3rd. Among the honored guests were Rabbi
and Mrs. Max Shapiro. Reverend Abraham Seif officiated.
"
Mrs. Claire Lickver and children, of New York, are visiting
their grandparents here, Mr. and Mrs. Sarn Klein, 1025 8th
Street, Miami Beach.
mm "
Louis Green, religious leader, is spending the season at
the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach.
Meyer Machtenberg, well-known choir leader of New York
City, is spending his vacation at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami
"* *
Mrs. Celia Goldenberg and daughter, Clara, of 7504 Cutt-
lass Avenue, Miami Beach, entertained in their new home on
Sunday, honoring her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
George Goldenberg and sons, Harvey and David, of Richmond,
Ind:ana. Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. A. Gold, of Pitts-
burgh. Pennsylvania, Mrs. M. Mentser, of Palm Beach, and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Gilman, of Coral Gables.
M'utmi Auxiliary
Meet* lief ore
tlvuvh Merger
the leadership of Mrs.
in, president of the
Mj Auxiliary, Jewish
!! for the Aged, the Miami
auxiliaries will join
into .i single organization, it was
announced early this week.
The li te Mr. Alfred Rosenstein
served as president of the parent
group when he succeeded the
founder nd honorary president,
Mrs Isid Cohen. Together with
Ml Joel Zalis and Mrs. Cohen,
the Miami Ladies' Auxiliary was
formed in 1944, with Mrs. Zalis
serving as president for a number
of years.
T e Pv ach auxiliary was form-
ed, the Home's report indicated,
to deal with the expanded mem-
ip. The current merger has
cit< tl as a means of pro-
viding "greater, better and high-
tandards for the homeless
aged in this community".
The tinal meeting of the Miami
L Auxiliary will take place
on Thursday, February 21st, 1
p.m. at the Beth El Center. All
unfinished business will be dis-
pe "(| with before union with
t Be ch group becomes effec-
ts
Miss Bebe Benamy
University Student
Weds William Holtz
A June weddi-g will unite Miss
Bebe Benamy, University of Mi-
ami student, to William Fred
Holtz. of Miami Beach.
Announcement of the forth-
coming marriage was made by
Miss Benamy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Benamy, of Atlanta.
The bride-elect is a pledge of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and
was graduated from the Henry
Grady High School in Atlanta.
Mr. Holtz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Holtz, 543 13th Street, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School.
Both Sholom To
Fete Teachers
In honor of Brotherhood Week,
the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom
will entertain public school teach-
ers and principals of the various
schools which their children at-
tend, tonight, at dinner in their
homes, after which parents will
accompany the teachers to Serv-
ices at the Temple, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Louis
. PTA President.
Teachers of the Beth Sholom
Religious School will then serve
as hostesses to the guests at an
Oneg Shabbat in the Temples
Banquet Hall, with the public
school faculty as guests of honor.
Serving with Mrs. Ross on the
committee are Mrs. Norman Russ,
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Mrs. Mel-
vin Richard and Mrs. Bernard
Hoffman.___________________
Martin Steiner To
Be Bar Mitzvah
Mr .and Mrs. Joseph E. Steiner,
of 1010 NW 19th Court, Miami,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Martin, to be hold in
the Beth El Synagogue tomorrow
morning, at 9 a m.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at the Citrus Grove
Junior High School, where he
plays first clarinet in the orches-
tra
Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will
officiate during the ceremony. A
Kiddush will then follow.
Paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Steiner. of Hollis,
Long Island, New York, will be
among those present. Maternal
grandparent is Mrs. Rose Alpert,
of Miami. Mrs. Steiner, mother
of the Bar Mitzvah, is present
Worthy Matron of the Emunah
Chapter, Order of the Amaranth.
Mr. Steiner is past Patron.
Martin Steiner
Abby Lipson Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow
Abby, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Lipson, 2476 SW 23rd
Terrace, Miami, will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning, 9:30
Abby Lipson
a.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. .
Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual
leader of the Center, will offici-
ate, with Cantor living Robinson
and Steve Kessler assisting.
The Bar Mitzvah's parents will
be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat lol-
lowing Friday evening services
tonight, as well as at the Kiddush
following the ceremony tomor-
row morning. The Bar Mitzvah
is a student at the Shenandoah
,'unior High School.
Among out-of-town guests
present will be Mr. and Mrs.
klieser Epstein and Judith Ep-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lip-
son and Lester Lipson, Mr. and
Mrs. David Silbernan and Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Nadelson.
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The Bar Mitzvah is the grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sim-
mons, pioneer Miamians and is
the nephew of Leo Ackerman.
Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate. A Kiddush will then follow-
in the Social Hall of the Syna-
gogue.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shen-
andoah Junior High School,
where he is a member of the Stu-
dent Council. He is also a Star
Scout in Boy Scout Troop 86. He
plans to continue his Hebrew
education at the Miami hebrew
School.
Out of town guests will include
Mr and Mrs. Rudy Moss, Of Jack-
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Felix She-
virsky, of Birmingham, and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Shaffer, of Elk-
Ihorn, Wisconsin.
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Many who already have joined this organization
have found satisfaction beyond expectation
^FiCE-ieoa LENOX AVE.-PhQ" > "" P"on-M-21M
"Over the years, I've tried other coffees, and recently
some of the in.tanfs. But there just isn't any .ub.t.tut. fo,
the fine, rich flavor of Maxwell House Coffee. My husband
enjoy, it so much, I iust won't serve him anything else
anymore!"
MRS. UttlAN i"E.
Yc wives of true coffee lovers -
have found out there's one coffee that
really hits the spot with the man of
the house. Maxwell House Coffee-
and only Maxwell House Coffee-has
the rich, hearty "Good to the Last
Drop" flavor men prefer. That's why
so many wives agree, when there's so
much more pleasure in a cup of this
famous coffee, it's just poor economy
to serve anything else.
Mori Jewish people buy and enjoy
Maxwell House than any other
brand of coffee
MAXWELL
HOUSE
A PRODUCT Of OINIRAl FOODS
THE ONE COFFEE WITH THAT
GOOD TO THE LAST DROP TFLAVOR
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Muravchick Flays
Miami Officials;
Charges Neglect
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Religious School, it she receives the Ratner Trophy Award, the first prize in Qe> Inter-School Mac-
cabiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Looking on (left to right) are Sydney J.
Greenicrg. director of Education at tha Center; Ben Zicn Gir.sburg. che'rman of the Canter's Board
of Education; Mrs. Ma'ilda Ratner. vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and donor of
the troohv; and Louis Schwarizrr.an. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
"A GOOD NAMfc
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treasured than riches."
gordonJ
FUNERAL
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Mallet Schedules Performances
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Tlu- ca and Stella Claire.
Best Wishes To All
l.ino ll.iir SlvjUi
1057 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach Phone 58-4478
GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
1545 N.W. 45th Street
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
help you as we have
one for other gratefu'
families
us
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Phone 33067
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. Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
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Funeral Director
28th Anniversary
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28 Years of Service to
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Ph. 5-3812
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1952
vJenisfifhridiari
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ivtulvmu Uroup
yiusit Evening
.., i ration of Jewisn Music i
Hebrew Academy;
will sponsor an
Music on Su: day ev-
v 24th, 8 p.m., at I
Beach Senior Hifch
:, president of the
ub. announced that
(he Hebrew Acad- I
: ze a dramatic pros-
hich will irclude a j
60 voices and a cast of |
I II pupils of the He-
brew A demy.
. The Sab ;at.: Queen.
hi was written by
Al xander S. Gross, prin-
Hebrew Academy. I
and will ba directed by Miss Ed-
dramatic director, and
Mr. R Strassburg, music di-
'i he playlet will depict
id dance all ccrcmon- j
ted with the Sabbath ]
to sunset. Solos I
'! red by Jay Makov-
gky, [rving Kelcmer, and Mclvir.
Sufi'-.
\ highlight of the evenings
progra will be the appearance
hild prodigy. Cantor Shi-
mele B rger, who will offer a
of Yiddish. Hebraic and
Liturgi al Music.
Praise Appointment
Of Harold Turk
\ high degree of praise greet-
ed (I vernor Fuller Warren's
:c enl appointment of Harold
Turk, former mayor of Miami
ill the unexpired term
late Louis F. Snedigar on
the Board of County Commision-
: was reported here this
Friei Is of the new commision-
iranged a reception in his
n the Bayfront Park Audi-
torium where several hundred
civic leaders appeared to con-
gratulate former Mayor Turk.
As one "f his first acts upon
oftice, Commissioner Turk
an invitation to organ-
:.< and groups in various
parts of Dade County to confer
with him on County problems.
Said Turk: 'Although I repre-
sent the Fiftli District, it is my
inter.tion to be helpful to all of
inty, f<>i- I hold that the
intere: of all should be put be-
nterest of any one dis-
We must grow and prosper
I
C ioner Turk has fjled
late to succeed himself
iming Democratic pri-
His friends and support'
p< ing campaign offices
icts of the county, and
the cai paign will be under way

H'#f#r Stiffs ..
There seems to be a lot o*. mi
understanding about the Cover-
age ur.der Sn. i.-.i Security o! the
so-called Self-Employed, For the
P isl l-' years < 1037 through 1950).
persons in business for them-
selves or in partnership with oth-
ers could not enjoy the advan-
tages of the Old-Age and Sur-
vivors Insurance Program of So-
cial Securi v
That is all changed now. Bo
.LMn-ing mi January 1. 1951. inde-
pendent business men. i xcept for
certain groups mostly profes-
sional were brought into the
program. This change is on a
compulsory basis. It is not op-
tional. If you are in business for
yourself or a partrer in some
business, you are automatically
in provided only that your
share of the profits amounts to
$400 or more lor the year. Net
income from a trade or business,
individual or partnership, must
be reported if your share amounts
to from S400 to a maximum of
$3,600 for the year.
The only exceptions to this re-
porting are: farmers, physicians,
dentists, lawyers, architects, os-
teopaths, ODtometrists, raturo-
paths, chiropractors, Christian
Science practitioners, vetcrinar-
ians, funeral directors, profession-
al engineers and public account-
ants. Al! other businesses, trades
and professions are covered.
In those cases, for example,
where a doctor owns or has an
interest in a drug store or a law-
yer is in a partnership dealing in
insurance, real estate, or some
other covered business, his share 1
of such net ir.comc will be cov-J
ercd and must be reported. The
same is true ot other members >
of the excluded group.
There is nothing complicated
about the reporting procedure as
it will all be part of the Income
Tax Return. The only additional
thing a self-employed person may
have to do is to get a Social Se-
curity Account Number if he does
not already have one. If he has
ever had such a number, regard-
less of when or where he got it,
he should'use it-or apply for a
duplicate card if it has been lost
or misplaced.
If you did not receive Schedule
C with your Income Tax Return,
be sure to obtain it from the Col-
lector of Internal Revenue. Room
1353, Post Office Building, or
phone 9-5431, extension 80.
Consumer Durables' Share of First Quarter 1952 Allotment
STfcEL TOTAL ALLOTMENT: 23.214.000 TONS
rMi tve*
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preefiMlftf
riflererte
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COPPER TOTAl ALLOTMENT 1.3*7.000.000 LBS.
ALUMINUM TOTAL ALLOTMENT: 71J.SW.000 US
will go Inta
f.. 1 in, items.
esxuNwrtasi,
.N.p..
MlJroe*
earn Mnery.
Gfovp I include* highly function*! tfemt iuch ei relngeratort.
ttovet, fountain pens, wotW*. office lurnituM. etc,
I Group II Indudet Im ""til civilian Hem* tuck M cigereM*
I lighterv >*. pianos, article t for adornment end deccetion, etc.
_J Pejienger cen end trucks
Shown above 5s a chart issued by the Office of Defense Mobiliza-
tion, Washington, D.C., indicating the consumer durables' share
for the first quari'ar of 1952.
Defense Officials View Goods Decline
In its initial publication of the.dicated. Producers of less es-
Mobilization News, the Office of
Defense Mobilization, Washing-
ton, D.C., reports that a percep-
tible decline in the building of
non-farm permanent dwelling un-
its was noted during the period
of September-October, 1951. A
decrease of 5,000 units, or 5 per
cent, is the figure estimated.
Concurrently, the Office indi-
cates, new defense business has
resulted in substantial increases
in employment in iron and steel
foundaries, and the employment
trend still remains upward. Be-
cause there is not enough copper,
steel or aluminum, the Defense
Electric Power Administration
has urged electric utilities to a-
dopt a variety of methods for con-
serving critical materials and has
enlisted support in intensive
steel and copper scrap drives.
Thus, the office concludes, a
sharp production decline in con-
sumer'goods is in the offing. The
decline of dwelling unit construc-
tion is symptomatic of this trend,
mobililazation officials have in-
sential civilian items such as toys
and cigarette lighters will re-
ceive only 10 per cent of their
pre-Korean usage of copper and
20 per cent .of their aluminum
usage. Producers ot civilian items
of a more functional nature will
receive up to 35 per cent of their J
base period use of copper and
aluminum, while steel allotments I
will average about 50 per cent i
of base. I
INiwcr I oui|iaiiv
To Expand
Dirtcors ot the Florida Po
& Light Company were told this
k that company engineers
timate they will be called upon
to spend ftM32.000.000 on plant and
system expansion during the ne
10 yes
Tre massive program will
v. engineers say, to keep
pace with Florida's growing
population.
"Based on Florida's population
growth in the past 10 years and
a careful analysis of factors that
may affect future growth, it is
uiable to expect that Flor-
ida's present 2.TV 1.305 inhabitants
will increase to more than 4,-
000.000 in the rext 10 years
tj it's the sort of thing it lo
like we must prepare for." de-
clared Florida Power & Light
Corrpany president, McGregor
Smit
As an initial step, the company
Board of Directors stamped ap-
proval on a S22.100.000 construc-
tion expenditure for 1952 alone.
The estimate for 1953 is $27,800.-
000. a total of nearly $50,000,000
for the two years.
The $332,000,000 outlay fore-
cast by the engineers to cover
new generating facilities, distrib-
ution lines, warehouses and
other expansion, proposes the
construction of 10 major generat-
ing stations in north and south
Florida and on both the east and
west coasts.
CALL
58-1878
for prompt and reliable delivery of
HI-GRADE TOP SOILS
to the Beach and N E. Section
Satisfactory Service Quarantei
GERTLER TOP SOIL CO.
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1030 15th STREET
Miami Beach
Res Phone 5-5785
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Served in the most beautiful Patio
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3 ^taMjff.
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Phono 9-2477
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% Tsp. Salt
1 Cup Horns Milk
Vi Cup Honey
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'A Cup Bran
1 Cup Graham Flour
1 Cup Whitt Flour
4 Tsp. Baking Powder
K Cup Chopped Walnuts
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To Seek County
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, ility and my un-
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IB and to every other
I have ever he-id."
I feel that the interests of
Dade '- merdous
It is too big a job to
. part time basis. Any
would accept
and not give the job
attention would be
itting a great injustice
I e people of Dade Cour.-
Mrs '." n Arx is a graduate of
of Miami Law
tjpsala College and
is a partner in the law firm of
".' n Am V n Arx & Zemel.
husband, attorney Jo-
Arx, she owned and,
ted tie La Sevilla Restau-
in Coral Gables. Her busi- '
ur>d also includes the
ip visor of person-
:ndustrial plant in
y and ths assistant
_ rship of the New Haven
Cftici f t.-.e Employers Mutual
Company of Wassau.
Mrs Von Arx is a member of'
, Haven School and last year terv-
: as general chairman of the
schools \outh Talent Show. S.ne
, .. is also a member of the Execu-
- Uve Committee of the YWCA. the
''' n'a Committee of Variety
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Establish ChassidiT
Schools In Morocco
PARIS (JTA)-Fifn relSn I
schools have recently erTSl
listed in remote mountain viZJ
es of French Mora rep*
sertativea of the- : b'avitcjl
Rabbi's Europe; n ier,,j
22S'. P njaina
GorodeUk tedhenJ
30;'"' seditioil
into th? roadies ,.
of Marakeh. the Chn- |j .,....
erstraveling on donki -found]
what must be one of th. poores?
o.sease-ndde- Jewis communfl
ties in th. world. Th Jews*1
this area dwell m mud huts and
caves and eat the picl ings of re.
. fuse from the markets of their
Moslem neighbors. When the?
can afford it. they eat a sort of
unleavened bread which is baked
! with mud. Horrible skin, scalp
and other diseases ab ,ur. ; amoni
: these Jews, it was ren irted, who
i mend shoes and plv other simple
crafts when work is available.
The Lubavitcher Rabbi's repre-
sentatives found that the Jews in
this region marry ff their
daughters from the ag jf eight
They spend much time in the
study of the Talmud. Rabbi Goro-
detzki. whose mission was finan-
; boarding school for 150 students
ced In part by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, established a
in Meknes and a girl- seminarj
in Sefrou. It is hoped thai when
these students complete their
studies, thev will serve is teach-
ers in a network of religious
schools in Morocco.
Children's Hospital, the Mental
Health Society of Southeastern
Florida, the Speakers' Bureau of
the Dade County Civil Defense
Council, the Miami Bum: ess and
Professional Women'.- Club, the
Florida Bar and the Dan County
Bar Association and is past vice
president of the Civic Theatre.
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Irving Strauss wiil instruct a
course in photography at thi
Beach Eranch of the Greater
Mi=r-.: Jewish Community Cen-
ter starting on Thursday. Feb-
ruary 2i;t. A retired p.-ofes-
lior a! and present vice presi-
dent of ih? Photographer's As-
sociation of New York. Strauss
will offer his services gratis in
;'' rting methods of studio
portraiture, printing and devel-
oping. i-> well as in various
phases of retouching.
WASHINGTON, fJTA)The
hnical Cooperation Adrr.inis- j
*J] r.tly extended M
000,000 for new purchases of '
foodstuffs to Israel under terms I
Of the Mutual Security Act. The I
-unds were taken from the ap-I
proximately S25.000.000 made I
available in interim aid to meet
emergency reeds until the full
amount of assistance provided Is-
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LmflV FEBRUARY 15, 1952
*Jewist)ntririi^r,
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n'noi EVrUh Sets
I'nrini Hall For
Hmreh Win
Scheduled for all day Sunday,
* ',, [6th, at the Beach Branch
; '..,.. Greater Miami Jewish
Eommunitv Center, the B'nai
B'rith Puiim Carnival will fea-
,,-. as the evening program a
'" r contest, dancing
.. booths set up by in.
Rjvidual B'nai B'rith groups corn-
Men's lodges, women s,
vo'uni; and youth chapters.
Mrs Ja< k Wein. program, chair-
rn anni ir.c'ed that Leo Stein-
il] handle the Queen Es-
:
Purpc of the celebration will
the Greater Miami
B'nai B'nth organization togeth-
er in a mt celebration of the
iPurini holiday. According to
M,; Frank A. Wellins, chairman
Iof the Gr< ater Miami B'nai B'rith
youth Committee, "the AZA and
BBC chapters of our junior or-
der are for the first time sharing
jn the i lanning of this kind of
affair v their sponsoring adult
groups on all levels."
Fund- d< rived from the affair
^11 b allocated to the B'nai
Biith Youth Organization, to the
Hille! House ol the University
of Miami ar.d to the Anti-Defam-
ation League. Chairman for the
Carnival is Ted Sakowitz.
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
37 N. E 5th Street Phone 9-8401
AL VEIDENBERG, Owner
Beach Branch Forum
Group Hears Dr. Stenger
The Forum Group of the Beach
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, will present
Dr. Charles A. Stenger, who will
speak on Music Therapy, Medi-
cines, Magic Treatment, on Tues-
day, February 19th. at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Stenger is a clinical psy-
chologist on the staff of the Mi-
ami Veteran's Hospital. He stud-
ied at the Western Research Uni-
versity and was active profession-
ally in Cleveland, Ohio, before
coming here.
Pledaes Toward
Ashe liuildina
Mount
A sum of $218,000 was reported
by University of Miami officials
early this week to have been
collected as partial fulfillment of
an overall goal of $1,000,000 nec-
essary for the. completion of the
Ashe Administration building on
the University campus.
Members tallied $36,000 in new
pledges at a meeting of the fund's
executive committee in the Urm-
ey Hotel. For the first time, the
committee released names of
leading donors to date.
Those who have each given
$10,000 include Sam Blank, Uni-
versity trustee; Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, chairman of th fund
raising drive; J. N. McArthur,
vice president of the Citizens
Board, a public group which has
joined the campaign; Clarence A.
Ross, New York alumni chair-
man for the fund; and Robert
Pentland, Jr., a University trus-
tee.
Shown above aiV members of the Cantors' Asso
held in the Victor Hotel. Miami Leach, last Feb
arc Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and Cantors Jac
president. Samuel Vigoda. Abraham Shapiro and
Cantors Abraham Silverman, Louis Yelsky. Hen
berg. M ;yer Machienberg ar.d Eli Samuels. Thi
Jacob Caslow, Jacob Fox. Abraham Seif. Irving
are Cantors Joseph Malek. Abraham Wolfson. M
Pinchik.
ciation of Greater Miami at an annual Luncheon
ruary 4th. Bottom row (seated from left to right)
ob Tambor. Yaacov Goldstein, Samuel Kelemar,
David Silverman. Second row (left to right) are
ry Lefkowitcz. Sholom Secunda, Robert Strass-
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Robinson and Isadore Teich. Members not shown
aurice Mamch.s. Mordecai Hailman and Pierre
Ardmore Bi udlos
Apartment Group
At the recent regular member-
ship meeting of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association, President
Daniel M. Broad made the follow-
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the year 1952.
Ways and Means Committee:
Alfred A. Lesser, chairman, Dan-
iel M. Broad, William I. Brenner,
Meyer Teigman, Morris Gold,
Ethel Alter. Alex Sussman and I.
Lists Coin in ittees
C. Greenberg; Civic Committee:
Morris Gold, chairman, I. C.
Greenberg, Alfred A. Lesser, N.
Doug Naff, Matilda Ratner and
Meyer Teigman; Grievance Com-
mittee: Meyer Teigman, chair-
man, Ethel Alter, David Dogol-
off, Alex Sussman, Sidney Rubin-
owitz and Sam Vogel; By-Laws
Committee: William I. Brenner,
chairman, Alfred A. Lesser, Mey-
er Teigman, Sidney Rubinowitz
and Sam Vogel; Membership
Committee: Alfred A. Lesser,
chairman, and members of the
Board of Directors; Entertain-
ment Committee: Ethel Alter,
chairman, Mrs. H. Cohien, Henry
N. Fisch, Matilda Ratner, Helen
Sanders, Leonard Strauss and
Charles Oppenheim; Budget and
Finance Committee: Ethel Alter,
chairman, Morris Gold, Albert D.
Goldstein, Allied A. Lesser and
Meyer TVi'-vnan.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
15, I952
Workmen's Circle
Fetes Anniversaries
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niversary of its Lyceum at a o: ,he Cni Omega Sor rity and
Gala Banquet sponsored ana pre- .. -err.ber of Beta Theta
pared by its W en's Club on chapter. University I Miami,
r"-^~ '. .-.-- ...-.^ *.. ^napier. ur.iversirv c: Miami, -"i"" "r.- studios
Sunday, February l.tn. 6 p.m. and Kappa Beta Pi. and Inter- The Winter Residents Annual Show Night Party in behalf of 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal at
a- 25 Washington Avenue Repre- national L gal S tracts a i'acord crowd at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Campaign leaders shown above are, left to right
the S Jthern Dis- ----------------------.------- Dan B. Ruskin. president. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Max Oroviti, member of the Cam'
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+.ki*tirkjridUc*n
Dentists Inaugurate
Education Program
Th(, 400 dentists of the Florida
. roast Dental Society, in the
district from Vero Beach to Key
launched their first
and public relations
m' c .u
: purpose of the pro-
.,;! be to inform the public
' p n Of dental troubles
before thev occur, thus saving
both health and money. Special
emphasis will be placed on pro-
teeth of children
imple diet precautions
and proper care.
Officers "fthe Society are Doc-
tors'j. t. Edwards of Coral Ga-
bles, president; Leslie B. Bell,
nfesl Pal Beach, president-
elect; Jack H. Beckwith, Miami,
first vice president; Albert E.
Rosenthal. Miami, second vice
president; and W. R. Edwards,
Fort Lauderdale, secretary treas-
urer.
The Education and Public Re-
lations Committee includes Doc-
tors Robert Litowitz of Miami
Beach, chairman; E. Clare Wilson,
Press-Radio-TV chairman, and
Doctors William Briggle, George
Coleman, Oliver Bosworth and
William Graves, of Miami.
PAGE 15 A
LEGAL NOTICE
Professor Jaffe
Addresses Forum
Der Yiddishcr Forum will pre-
sent Jacob S. Jaffe at its weekly
meeting tomorrow evening, 8:30
p.m.. in the Conference Room
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, 420 Lincoln Road.
The speaker is a professor of
Pedology and a research special-
ist in soils at Rutgers University.
He is the author of a text book
entitled. Pedology, used in agri-
cultural instituions, as well as a
book called, The ABC Of Soils,
part of which has been translated
into Spanish.
Professor Jaffe has also writ-
ten numerous scientific papers
lor technical journals in English,
Russian and Hebrew.
T : orrow evening, he will dis-
cuss The Negev And The Future
Of Israel.
Dade Schools To Take
Part In Radio Programs
Your Schools, ,a new series of
radio programs featuring Dade
County Schools, will begin next
month over station WKAT.
The programs will be heard on
and Fridays, from 4:30
to 5 p.m. The public service time
has been offered to the Dade
County Schools by John I. Pros-
ser, genera] manager of station
WKAT. The programming is be-
rdinated by the Public Re-
lations Department of the Dade
County Schools.
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Hebrew Academy pupils plant a citrus tree in their own play-
ground during the celebration of Tu B'Shevat, which marks the
beginning of the planting season in Israel. Pictured above from
left to right ai\j Sandy Andron. Joseph Laver, Elliot Katr. Jack
Shapiro. Sandra Kati, Sidney Shapiro. Sam Feder, Lester Pazol
and Bruce Shoulson.
Evening Division
To Give Course
In Jewish Figures
John Appel will present his
course on the figure of the Jew
In English Literature at Miami
Beach in a series of ten Wednes-
day evening lectures during the
spring semester of the Evening
Division, University of Miami.
The course highlights signifi-
cant Jewish characters of the
novel and the drama and furnish-
es suggestions for further discov-
eries in old favorites or the lat-
est best sellers. Each class meet-
ing will be devoted to a well
known character, novel or author,
including Shylock, Fagin, Rebec-
ca, Zangwill, Hemingway, Lud-
wig and Lewisohn. Emphasis will
be given to the interpretation of
Jewish types in their historical
setting and in relation to current
social and literary problems.
Class meetings will be held
each Wednesday evening for ten
weeks beginning February 20th.
AH class sessions will be held at
the Miami Beach Senior High
School, 1420 Drexel Avenue.
Dr. Shoulson, Shapiro
Air Need Of School
Should American Jewry spon-
sor Its Own Medical School, will
be the topic of discussion led by
Harold Shapiro, commentator of
the radio program, People's Prob-
lems, on Sunday, February 17th,
1:15 p.m., over Radio Station
WINZ.
Dr. Isadore H. Shoulson, rep-
resentative of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity, New York City, will be
guest speaker.
Dr. Shoulson is Rabbi Emeritus
of Kesher Israel Congregation in
Westchester, Pennsylvania, past
counselor of the Hillel Founda-
tion in Westchester, Pennsyl-
vania, and past president of the
Eastern Delaware Zionist District
in Philadelphia. He has also made
literary contributions to numer-
ous periodicals.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14730"
BTEPHANIE BAKUTI8, Plaintiff
PETER R BAKUTIS, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: PETER B, BAKUTIS
Resident e Unknown
Vou .' i h< reo ordered and re-
i opy of your a nswer
to the bill of complain! for divorce,
cop] of h hlch i- enclosed be e ll b,
on plain) Iff attorni >. and f lie the
original In the office of the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court Florida, on i r before tin i itii di \ of
m .i ch, 1952, i thei wl the alii
"f eald hill win ;.. taken
by you.
DATED F< bruan IS, 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
B; U C. FEIGE
li SAMUEL .1. HAM"
Attorney for Pi.iiniiff
1007 Olympla Building
Miami 32, Florida
2/16-22-2* 3/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 14718C
SlIT Foil CANCELLATION OF
FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE
TO: I'ANTKL AYVAS
196 Garibaldi Ave.
Lodl, New Jersey.
You I'ANTKL AYVAS are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Cancellation of Decree of Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
HERMAN WEI'MAN, 407 Hlscayne
Building. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 10 day of March. 1952.
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for fnur consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7 day of February. A.D.
1952,
E. 1! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \v.\i w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
2/15-22-29 3/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAD
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 14726'
JOYCE WY.NE REED1 CHRISTIAN,
Plaintiff, vs.
Don; las LAURICE CHRIS1 1
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To DOUGLAS LAURICE CHRISTIAN
Address Unknown
v.>;i .i re i equlred to serve a coi l
i our am wer to the Bill of Comp
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to til" the original anew
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Cou I
on "i before the nth day of M
.\ 11. 1962; otherwise the Bill of C
plaint for Divorce, heretofore riled
herein, will be tak< n .is confesBl I b]
you.
hilled at Miami. Fi.....la. th:-
lith day of February, 1952
!:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit i !ou I.
i lade count y, Lorlda.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
B) M. C. FEIGE,
- Deputy Clerk
Name :md Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
iol'3 Beybold Bldg.
2/15-22-29 3/7
LEGAL NOTICE
W 6 '
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san1 o C0"in*
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, 69038
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALEDO ARTS., at 3409 Ix-Jeiine Road.
Coral Gables, Dade County, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MAYEK GLUCK
CAROLINE GLUCK
owners.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Mayer (lluck and
Caroline Cluck.
2/15-22-29 3/7 _________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 27458 B
In It. : ESTATE OF
ESHEL FLIT.MAN. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notifieil and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ESREL PL1TMAN, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorabli County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
office in tbe County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
ar months from the date of the
flrsl publication hereof. Said I l.iims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to !" sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
s.iiiie will be barred.
Dat February 13th, A.D. 1932.
ETTA PLITMAN,
As Executrix of the List
Will and Testament of
ESREL PLITMAN,
Deceased
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Executrix
: 1 .'1-22-29 8 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Nc. 147191
JACK BROWN, Plaintiff.
vs
MARY BROWN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY BROWN
176-11 Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica. Queens. New York.
YM" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys.
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 10th day of March. 19.12.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S day
of February, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By O, p.. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER A- MI'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
X04 Ingriham Building
Miami. Florida
2/15-22-29 ::/7 _____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the un< li desiring to ens
business under the fictitious name of
NASH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
at Royal Castle Building, IM0 Bls-
cayne Blvd., Miami, Florida,,
i" register said name with the Clerk
"i tli.- Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
NASH HISS
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Nash Russ
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Peach. Fla.
2/15-22-29 3/7___________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147233
EDWARD CORDON DAVIS. Plfcll tf.
vs.
PATRICIA DAVIS
12 Lawn Avenue
N,w Itochelle, N.Y.
TO: PATRICIA DAVIS
Yon are hereby notified that a BUI
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Atl
Stephen F. Kessler, 2200 West Flag-
ler St.. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in th*>
office of the Clerk of the I
Court on or before the 11th day of
March, 1952, If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you' for the relief demu' ded
in the Hill of Complaint.
done and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of Fel.
A.D. 1951
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florid
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKINiL
Deputy Clerk
2/15-22-29 __ 3'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14727?
ABRAHAM SILVHRMAN. Plain)
vs.
RACHEL SILVERMAN. Defend 91
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RACHEL SILVERMAN
4 "Ml Clark Street
Montreal. Quebec.
Canada
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint Cor DI
has been filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a
of your answer to the Bill of I
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original answer In the Office
of the Cleik of the Circuit Court on
or before the 14th day of March.
19.',:!. in default of which, the B
Complaint will be taken as conf----d
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED ill M .
Dade County. Florida, this 12th day
of February, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
By: WM w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
(Seal.
LEO SHEINER
Attoi ni tor Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
Miami ?,:. Florida
2/15 22-29 3 7
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage i;>
business under the fictitious name of
SONNY'S JUICE BAR al 207 N.E.
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida intends to
register the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MARTIN CAPLAN
Attorneys for
FLOYD s CLICK &
BARNETT i'ELTZ,
1303 Congress Bldg .
Miami. Florida
2/16-22-29 3/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ORANGE ItoWl. COURT APART-
MENTS at 10 N W 16th Ave.. Miami.
Flu., intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL LEIUOWITZ
Mi H.l.IE LEIUOWITZ
Owners
MANUEL. LUBEL
Attorney for Applicant
lawyer's Bldg.
228 N.E 2nd Ave.
2/15-22-29 3/7____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MI-HI SODA SHOP at 2392 West
Flakier Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RENATO BENVENUTr
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
22O0 W. Fiagler Street
2/15-22-29 1/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 24232
' In re: ESTATE (IF
ELIZABETH Hi ISBEIN
Mac' SREi ;i >!:. Dei eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given thai I havi
filed my final report as Admlnisti il
of the Estate of Elisabeth Hoabeln
Mac'lregor. deceased; that I I
filed my petition for final dlscha i
and that 1 will applv to the Ho:...
W. F BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, on the
daj of February, I9."i2, for the appi
of the .sain,- and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate
Elizabeth Hosbeln MacC.regor, le-
.', as, i!
DATED this 29th day of Jai
A. D. 1952.
WILLIAM L. PALLOT.
Administrator of the Estati
of Elizabeth Hosbeln ."
Qragori deceased.
2 l-S-i:,-22_________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146658
Mary I.eMay Ames. 536 West Fiagler
Street. Miami, Florida, Plaintiff v.
Elwood Ames, c/o Mrs. Carl
Brett, 914 Hawthorne Avenue,
Cincinnati 5, Ohio. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Homer Elwood Ames
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has boon
fll.*d against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copv of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney. STEPHEN
F. KESSLER. 2200 West Fiagler
Street, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 28th day of
February". 1952. If you fall Jo do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Sth day of January.
A. D. 1952.
E R LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dado County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Real)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
2/1-2-15-23


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Business And Professional Women,
Combined Appeal, Hear Hal Lehrman
^XMi, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1952
SEC. E
Congress Women
Plan Area Rally
,. g community-wide
!jv ed bv the Women's
the American Jewish
'. ,, were formulated last
ihe home of Mrs. Harry
Koretzkv. The meeting was con-
ducted by Mrs. Louis Glasser,
with Mrs. A. A. Hayden, presi-
dent .
Attention was focused on proh-
[ed by the teaching of
n in public schools. Will
ad of the Commission
and Social Action. Amer-
,can Jewish Congress, presented
ihe Congress" point of view. A
narcl of interested local people
then aired the situation with
specific regard to the Greater Mi-
ami Area.
A ballet depicting evil in con-
good was also present-
. Gaylene Studios.
The Florida Women's Division
rican Jewish Congress
ents lour Chapters in the
Miami Area: the Louise
Mrs. Harry Koretzky,
e Drandeis Chapter,
Mrs. Y' 'Li Koken, president; the
Chapter, Mrs. A. Kay,
lent: ;ind the Miami Chap-
ter, Mrs. Albert Ladd, president,
gram will be held at
i Beach Jewish Center
. February 25th, 8 p.m.
Sam Hirsch Reads
Before Beth David Sisters
The regular monthly meeting
David Sisterhood will
Wednesday afternoon,
v 20th, 1 p.m., in the
Mrs. Phil Abrams will present
ram featuring Professor
Sam Hirsch, of the University of
who will deliver a mono-
Cantor Maurice Mamches
then render several musical
DUmbi rs.
i: isor Hirsch is director of
lal Sisterhood variety
Show. The Good Olde Days,
will be presented Sunday
March 2nd, 8 p.m., in
County Auditorium.
l*ioii<4kr Women
Have Surprise
Party, Concert
Pioneer Women, Club No.
Bi ach, will hold a Sur-
Party and Concert on Sat-
urday evening,
February 23rd,
8 p.m., at the
Park Central
Hotel.
Rabbi David
Shapiro, form-
erly of Wiscon-
s i n will be
guest speaker.
Born in Jeru-
salem, Rabbi
Shapiro stud-
ied at New
York Univer-
md the Yavne Theological
Seminary. Among the many
posts he has held since his ad-
mittance to the Bar in 1933 were
the directorship of the American
Congress in Chicago,
1944-1947, the presidency of the
Zionist Organization of the Mid-
ale West and the chairmanship
of the United Jewish Appeal,
state nt Wisconsin and Upper
Michigan, for a period of five
years.
Also scheduled to appear is
Cantor Paul Coslow, of Chicago,
who will render a number of
vocal pieces. The literary and
musical program will be under
the dnection of Mrs. Mania Shu-
ti
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1051, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Hal Lehrman, a foreign corre- |
i spondent who spent eighteen |
months in countries behind the
Iron Curtain, will be guest speak- ,
er at a Special Gifts function
"ed by the Business and
Professional Women's Division in
behalf of the 1S52 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Tuesday evening,
February 19th, at the. home of
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722 Roy-
i al Palm Avenue, Miami Beach.
Lehrman, recently awarded a
; Guggenheim. Fellowship to study
internal problems of the State of
DIPLOMATIC TALKS:
Unless the sudden death of King George brings a change in ,
the schedule, American Jewish leaders will, by the time this is .Israel, also completed a study of
printed, be engaged in London in direct talks with West German | jite among Jews in countries in
Chancellor Contad Adenauer These leaders will include Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, Jacob Blaustein, Frank Goldman, Dr. Israel
Goldstein, Adolph Held and Moses A. Leavitt ... As members of
the praesidium of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany they will seek to come to an understanding with the Ger-
man Chancellor on the major issues underlying the Jewish repara-
tions claims The German Government has already designated
two men, acceptable to the Jewish groups, for the negotiations .
One of them is a German Jew Prior to the talks in London,
the American Jewish leaders will meet with Israel Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharctteither in Paris or in Londonto coordinate
their plans of action with those of Israel's ... It is understood that
the American Jewish leaders will present the German Chancellor
with a S500.000.000 claim on the part of Jewish communities outside
of Israel The Israel claim against West Germany is SI,000,000.000
... 1! Chancellor Adenauer agrees to negotiate on the basis of these
figures, the machinery for negotiations will be organized and the
practical talks will be started in Brussels or in a Swiss city The
American Jewish leaders will also seek to establish with Dr. Ade-
rauer the number of years it will take Germany to pay the sums
agreed upon, as well as how the payment will be made .
*
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
The irritation which has been evident for some time between
the leaders of the United Jewish Appeal and the leaders of the
Israel Bond drive has not been lessened Indicative of this mood
is the fact that not a single important UJA leader attended the
huge dinner in New York arranged by the Israel Bond drive in
honor of Eddie Cantor And there can be no doubt that Cantor
himself is held in high esteem by all UJA leaders since he is active
in the UJA no less than in helping in the sale of Israel Bonds .
Premier David Ben-Gurion's summoning Dr. Joseph Schwartz and
Henry Montor to Israel did not improve matters ... It is a ques-
tion ol coordinating the timing of each drive, and the UJA leaders
feel that the Israel Bond campaign heads in New York are not
inclined toward such co-ordination. The American Jewish Commit-
tee has again warned Israel against granting the Jewish Agency
diplomatic status ... It also warned the Agency against initiating
educational activities in the United States, pointing out that the
education of Jewish children in this counry is a purely internal
affair of the American Jewish community These warnings were
sounded stronger than ever before by Jacob Blaustein in his presi-
dential address at the annual meeting of the committee .The
warnings were accompanied by an implied threat that fund-raising
for Israel might suffer if the AJC point of view is not taken into
consideration .
*
the Soviet sphere of influence,
and his book, Russia's Europe,
was written as the result of his
observations ir. these countries.
During World War II, Lehrman
was chief of the Office of War
Information in Turkey. For a
time he was also National Affairs
Editor of Newsweek Magazine.
Cable Editor of the French News
Agency and staff member of the
Rockefeller Committee for Inter-
American Affairs.
As chief of the Balkan Depart-
ment in the Office of War Infor-
mation, Lehrman directed a broad
information program aimed at
countries under Nazi domination
in Central and Southern Europe.
His articles have appeared in For-
tune, Life, Reader's Digest, Har-
per's and other leading magazines
in the United States, Canada and
England.
Co-chairmen of the event will
be Miss Polly Gershon and Mrs.
Ruth Gross. Mrs. Gross visited Is-
rael recently and has made many
public appearances before local
organizations to tell of her first-
hand observations in the new
state. General chairman of the
Women's Gift Unit of the cur-
rent campaign is Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser, prominent civic worker and
for many years a leader in local
philanthropic activities.
The committee named to assist
with arrangements includes Flor-
ence Abramson, Deana Abrash-
kin, Sadie Alexander, Pansy
Flaum, Esther Goodman, Lillian
Goodman, Rose Lawson, Frances
Lebon, Marguerite Marx, Mar-
garet Newman, Dorothy Parker,
Florence Peltz, Doris Weinstein
and Natalie Weinstein.
Hal Lehrman
Denies Slanting Bible
NEW YORK (JTA)The Ha-
shomer Hatzair, a section of the
Mapam Party of Israel, was in no
way involved in the publication
of a Bible in Israel which omit-
ted all mention of God, Zvi Lurie.
representative of the left-wing
party on the Jewish Agency exec-
utive, told a press conference
here.
Cantor Coslow
ISRAELI TRENDS:
Serious attention is being paid in Israel to Washington senti-
ments on Egypt The possibility that Egypt may be offered a
leading role in the projected Middle East Command now looms
greater than ever before And Israel fears that should the new
Cairo cabinet accept this offer, Egypt will get substantial financial
and military aid from the United States Such aid will only
strengthen Egypt's opposition to reaching any permanent Arap-
fsrael peace Furthermore, it will increase the threat to.Is.raj Vt
Security although Britain, the United States and France declared
in 1950 th-t they would not permit any aggression on tile Arao-
Israell borders ... The fact that Egypt dared to annul unilaterally
the international pact on the Suez Canal gives reason to suspect
that she is capable, at an opportune moment, of annulling her armis-
tice agreement with Israel This makes it all the more necessary
for Israel to be watchful now Developments in Washington
may also make the rc-activation of the American 2icnis Council
necessary Because of certain considerations, this central body
of American Zionist groups has been inactive for some-tme. .. As
an organization authorized to voice the sentiments of American
citizens interested in the Zionist movement, the AVC can accom-
plish much in Washington if its activities on
are revived and intensified .
Sidney Sraall To
Fill Yavant Post
Sidney Segall, local attorney,
was appointed to the post vacated
by Councilman
* ^HMHh. *i Harold Turk
last week.
Sworn in as a
member of the
State Improve-
ment Commis-
sion by Judge
George E. Holt
on Monday, the
appointee as-
sumed his dut-
i e s following
Segall Governor Ful-
ler Warren's directive that Coun-
cilman Turk fill the vacancy on
the Dade County Commission
created by the death of Louis
Snedigar.
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Hadassah Members To View Tel Aviv
Fashions At Copa City On February 25th
* Sunday.
Albert Unveiling
: a mom.
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gtor Avei Msami i

Kars Double Unveiling
The dedication of monuments
memories of the late Re-
s Kara and her son. Neal
[7th, at 2 p.m., at Mt.
. with Rabbi Leon
ating.
K i rly of 4528
N Mi is survived by
ind, Harry. Neal Kars.
: 4342 Shendan Av-
imi Beach, is survived,
in addition to his father. Harry.
: la, and a daughter.
Miss Lii
er's Miami Monument
is in charge of arrange-
the double unveiling.
nd relatives are asked
to be present.
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jeach Branch
jffers Course In
photography
Thr Beach Branch of the Great-
-rStami Jew'* C'.""",!"""/
fenter opened registrationfor Its
Course in Photography last Mon-
^cci-trntion will be open for
"SSE from 1 to 10 P.m. The
month course, starting Thurs-
Slv February 21st and sched-
ed to meet on Thursdays will
r .elude Studio Portraiture Print-
s'n*ind Developing, Enlarging,
feouchine. Etchin*t'- AortisVC
Pantirp. Photographic Prints,
Bnercial Photography, Press
|phSr',yh and Publicity Pho-
|,0fhePhBeach Branch will offer
|.hp course free of charge under
Ithe supervision of Irving Strauss,
h retired professional photog-
Iraoher and teacher. A portrait
Inaintcr as well, Strauss has
I nuEht in New York and Boston.
I His work has been exhibited in
Ithe Boston. Academy of Fine Arts,
land he has received an award
lirom Florence, Italy for his pho-
nographic portrait of Father Sa-
I panaro.
Strauss is vice president of the
Photographer's Association of
New York.
I Members of the community m-
Iteiestecl in Photography are urg-
I cd' to avail themselves of this
great opportunity and join the
[photography Class at the Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami
I Jewish Community Center, 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach, For fur-
I ther information, call 5-5319.
North Shore Center
Airs Marriage Problems
A Marriage Clinic will be the
basis a program prepared by
the M n's Club of the North
I Shore Jewish Center, on Wednes-
day evening, February 20th, at 8
p.m.
The -peakers will include Al
Comanor. director of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau; Dr. Irv-
ing Alberts, Miami Beach physi-
cian: and Dr. David Rothenberg,
associate City Psychologist. A dis-
n will follow pertaining to
the problem of children within
the family circle.
Leonard Tobin, program chair-
man, will be moderator, and re-
freshmi nts will be served under
the direction of Murray Mattes.
Junior II;mI;iss.*iIi
Has ltegional
Hoard Meet big
Mrs. Gerald P Soltz, president
of the Southern Region of Junior
rladassah. has announced that the
group's first Board Meeting will
M held at the Biltmore Hotel,
Atlanta.Georgia, on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 17th, in conjunction with
the Regional Conference of the
Southeastern Region of Senior
Hadassah
Those attending from the Miami
area in addition to Mrs. Soltz will
be Miss Annette Melich, corre-
sponding secretary of the Region;
Miss Selma Lewis, fund-raising
chairman; Miss Miriam Schein-
berg, education chairman; and
Miss Doris Kasow, president of
the Miami unit of Junior Hadas-
sah. Miss Gloria Rubin, national
president, wiU also be in Atlanta
for the meeting. Miss Rubin and
Mrs. Soltz are scheduled to ad-
dress the Senior Hadassah Con-
ference during the week-end.
Following the meeting, Mrs.
Soltz will make a tour of the
Region, visiting Junior Hadassah
units in Chattanooga, Birming-
ham, New Orleans and Jackson-
ville before returning to Miami
on February 24th.
Cantor Yigoda To
Appear At Hias
Banquet Sunday
Featured performer at the Hias
annual banquet on Sunday eve-
ning, February 17th, 8 p.m.,
scheduled for the Victor Hotel,
Miami Beach, will be Cantor
Samuel Vigoda.
Cantor Vigoda wih render a
program of liturgical hymns,
classical music and folklore com-
positions in Hebrew and Yiddish.
Miss Anyuta Melicov will accom-
pany him at the piano.
Rabbis Irving Lehrman, Moses
Mescheloff and Max Shapiro will
then deliver short addresses ex-
plaining the functions and signi-
ficance of Hias. The banquet is
under the auspices of the Peo-
ple's Tourist Committee headed
by Joseph L. Tepper, of Washing-
ton, D.C.
Good Will Group Has
Dinner For Welfare
For the benefit of Welfare
Funds of The Goodwill Group
of Greater Miami, Mrs. Lillian
Schain, 1320 NW 3rd Street, Mi-
ami, will give a Chow Mein din-
ner at her residence on Thurs-
day, February 21st, 6 p.m.
A report of the proceeds ob-
tained at Mrs. Schain's affair will
then be made at the Goodwill
Group's monthly meeting on
Tuesday, February 26th, 8 p.m.,
in the Temple Beth El auditor-
ium.
Cantor Vigoda
Miami's
Distinctive
Greyhoun
Track
Heller
Jewish Forum
Of Air Presents
Peter Heller
Peter F. Heller, relations coun-
sellor and former New York
newspaperman, will be heard
Sunday on the
Jewish Forum
On The Air,
Station WFEC,
from 11 a.m. to
12 p.m., in a
new feature.
You Ask, And
We Will Ans-
wer.
Heller will
offer social
counselling ad-
vice in Jewish
and English.
He has served
as counsellor for a number of
social agencies in the past and
is a graduate of several colleges,
including St. John's University
Law School.
Heller was also a member of
Governor Dewey's staff in charge
of executive clemency. He has
been in the newspaper and pub-
lic relations field for over twenty
years.
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of a Nazi-like government to
power drew sharp comment from
Jewish groups here.
Notable among the critics was
a spokesman for the American
Jewish Congress who interpreted
the figures as "an obvious con-
firmation of our many warnings
in the past that the denazifica-
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rnrnAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1952
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~r% m I f -m TT7 "I D*- A121 Speaks At Hollywood Albert Comanor To Be Gueti'
v/rp^s if f*f)/ fi f*Y*ft f}orf W/ f>c*k,ewishCen,erReiigiouss^^ sPeaker At Miami Grup
Rabbi Simon April will con-
duct early Friday evening serv-
Views Ten Commandments
A, Ahavas Israel
Fr,a ,v evening services at the
., ,,. Israel Synagogue 7135
55ron Avenue, Miami Beach will
Sit 5-30 p.m. A Kabbalat Sab-
gtS' ;!,-vice will follow at 5:45
P c.tu lay morning services will
h.at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac
Tycr discussing: The Ten Com-
mandments Of Synagogue And
Cantor Aaron Bloom
iiU ci nduct the musical portions.
\ Bible class is scheduled for
Coral Gable6 Jewish Center
Rabbi Shoulson To Be Guest
Speaker At Beth Jacob Service
Rabbi Isidor Shoulson will he
guest speaker during Friday ev-
ening services. 8:30 p.m.. of the
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301- ,
311 Washington Avenue. The > ficiate assisted hy Cantor Irving
Rabbi will discuss Portrait Of Robinson and Steve Kessler. In
The'Modern Jew i honor of Jewish Music Month, the
An early Friday service is al- i Rabbi wiU discuss: Great Jew"
so scheduled for-LoTm Child J ^ ^hSj*JS2STS
Cantor Shimere will cW f ^^Sr.^U^o, m
Saturday morning services will honor of their son, Abby's Bar
be at 8:30 a.m., with Guest Raboi ; Mitzvah, will follow.
Shoulson delivering the sermon.
Dr. Max Arzt. vice president
of the Theological Seminary of
America, will be guest speaker ices of the Miami Hebrew School
oral sanies jewisn center d -^ even? services of and Congregation, 1101 SW 12th
Friday ever in,, services at the th Jewjsh CommurJtv Center of Avenue, at 5:30 p.m.
Coral Gables Jewisn Center 320 Hollvwood. 2030 Polk Street, be-
Palermo Avenue, will be at 8:15 tgjnning at 8:30 pnl.
P'_' ., _, ... Rabbi Jacob J. Honig and Can- lice Bureau, will be guest speaker
1 5*" tor Mordechai Halln.an will of- during !hs late service. 8:30 p.m.
ficiate. Saturday morning serv- His topic is scheduled as: Jew-
ices are scheduled for 9:30 a.m.
Daily morning services are at 9
a.m.
Albert Comanor, executive di-
i rector of the Jewish Social Serv-
Israelite Center Dedicates
Service To PTA
ish Family Service In Miami.
Saturday morni~g services will
be at 8:30 a.m. Ross, son of Mr.
I and Mrs. Theodore Sandier, will
become Bar Mitzvah at that time.
A Mishna class will follow at 4
p.m.. with Mincha and Shalos
4:30 p'
with Mincha following i Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual | _
I The Israelite Center. 3198 SW Seu(jos concluding the Sabbath.
Saturday morning services will 24th Terrace, will hold early Fn
,.,30 P.m. Shalos Seudos. un- i leader of the congregation, will Bar Mitzvah o' A-hv L Dson will
Sir the supervision of Daniel Cut- introduce the speaker. The Bar ] fAV^ ace y P ',
to will co-clude the Sabbath. Mitzvah of Joseph, son of Mr. taKe place-________________
Dailv services are at 8:30 a.m.,
jnd'at 5:30 p.m.
Weekly Portion.
Allan Bookotf To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Beth David
The Beth David Congregation, y. fa A d ^ w
2625 SW 3rd Avenue. Miami will Tarr,n,a o^u cli-_
hold Fndav evening services at I At Temple Beth Sholom
;:15 p.m.. conducted by Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches, with the Choir assist-
ing.
In honor of Jewish Music
Month. Rabbi Shapiro will dis-
....-> A New Song.
Floral offerings will be by Mr.
Mrs Max Bergman. Stud-
.ha Beth David Sunday
C". oral Gioup under the
- -'. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag
sent a musical program
i orating Tu B'Shevat
the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing-
rday morr.ing services will
:e at 9 a.m.. at which time the
3ar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Bookoff, will
take place.
be at 9:45 a.m.. at which time the day evening services at 5:30 p.m.
A late service, 8:15 p.m., will
be dedicated to the Parent Teach-
i ers Association and will be con-
and Mrs. Ben Patnick, will take V/Sj u v # k- r, ,,r>
Place at that time. Downtown Synagogue %<*S^,$&
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., i Friday evening services at the ; WJU bless ,he cancUes. joseph
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rab- Downtown Synagogue, U5 Nw i Feld is then scheduled to discuss-
bi Mescheloff will speak on the 3rd Avenue, Miami, are sched- Jhe Amerjcan Synagogue. PTA
uled for 5 p.m. hostesses will serve at the Oneg
Saturday morning services will shabbat following,
be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Mincha ,
is scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed i
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter. 13630 West Dixie Highway,
will hold late Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant,
assisted by Irving Jacobson.
Guest speaker will be Rever-
end Marvin Murphy, Pastor of
Paul Methodist Church.
Will Modern Israel Be A Light
the St.
Saturday morning services will' He will address the congregation
be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham I on aspects of Brotherhood Week.
Sachs will discuss: Ten Com- j prieda Blank and Claire Appel-
mandments Of The World's First baum wm be hostesses at the
Unto The Nations, is the topic ; Cantor Heim To Be Assisted By Civilization. Mincha is scheduled 0"nef, shabbat following,
of a sermon to be delivered by i /-b-.ir Flnaler-Granada '"> S3" n.m-- with Shalos Seudos
Rabbi Leon Kronish during Fri- I ^aou !
day evening services of Temple :
Beth Sholom. Chase Avenue and I ^ the Flagler-Granada Jewish
for 5:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
Late Friday evening services > following.
41st Street, at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Kronish's sermon is the
third in a series dealing with the
problems of the 20th century ex-
odus and the return to Israel
with parallel references to the ,.
Biblical Exodus. ^ scheduled to follow.
Saturday morr.ing services -^1l ^^"^^rrT^ailv ferv "es "are
be at 10 45 a.m. Cantor Samuel ifat 9 am" Daily servlces are
Kelemer will render all musical at 8 Jn"______________
portion.
Community Center, 50 NW 51st RaDbi Cassel Views Boy
Place, will be held at 8:15 p m. ^^ Died And Lived
A choir of 25 boys, studying
Hebrew under the
Cantor Leo Heim,
the services. An ^
Late Forum will follow "at 8:30
Rabbi Abramowitz Air3
Veto And Ten Commandments
The Veto Power And The Ten
Commandments, will be the sub-
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 and will be dedicated to the
Sisterhood.
P. bi Shenaryahn T. Surrsky,
newly elected Rabbi of the con-
gregation, will occupy the pulpit
tor the first time.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 ajn. Martin, son of
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joseph Steiner, will
cecome Bar Mitzvah at that time.
ia will be at 5 p.m., with
Shalos Seudos following.
Rabbi Gross Conducts
Service At Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Gross wil
conduct Friday evening services
p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will
discuss: The Boy Who Died And
Still Lived. Cantor Abraham
Seif will conduct musical por-
tions of the services.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. After-
noon services will be at 5 30 p.m..
durirg Friday evening services, at
8:15 p.m.
Saturday morning service, trill
be at 8:45 a.m., at which time
the Rabbi will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Cantor Leo Urlich
will chant. Junior Congregation
services will be at 11 a.m.
Norma
speaker.
as: Babylonian Exile.
Rabbi Waxman To View
Brotherhood Oi Man
Brotherhood Of Man, will be
t.-.e subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man during Friday evening serv-
ices. 830 p.m., at the West Miami
Jewish Center, 5720 SW 17th
Street An Oneg Shabbat will
:V'!ln'-v- _in
Saturday morning services win
t a 30 a.m., with Rabbi Wax-
T.an discussing the Weekly Por-
tion._______
West Miami Drive
C airman of the Membership
ittee of the West Miami
h Center, Alex Fogel, this
week announced the start of a
T.in.bership drive. Under the
Judah Rackovsky To Speck
At Beth Tfilah Service
iucildlvenue. mMS*. S Street, Miami Beach, at 6 p.m. lowing. MB G,d5tem, of New
be at 5 45 pm Saturday morning services will York, will be host.
An Oneg Shabbat
(Jantor suverman Assists
Rabbi Lehrman At Beach
Kanlan will r-8. s -'"6 The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
His tonic is scheduled 'an^ refreshments sponsored by ter. 1701 Washington Avenue.
mama Reverend and Mrs. Maurice will hold Fnday evening services
. -,, Mamches in honor of their moth- < at 8:30 p m wjth Rabbi Irving
Saturday morning services vull I er Mr. Jacob slavin Lehrman officiating,
be at 8:30 a.m., wth dbbi Jos- ; m ^ 5:50 j Subject of the Rabbis sermon
eph Rackovsky officiating Ggt a^ g d following. ls scheduled as: The Romance Of
speaker ^I be Judah Rackovsky. ^ T30 a.m.. The American Jew. Cantor Dav- s.chte^led as:
rvskyf. ttftB ScST cKs i and W._____________ ^^^2^.^^ o^ob- %!& services will be at 9
SSScotS-S spe^kPonmHoK **~***Z*. gR
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Celebrate First Anniversary
President Nate Beck announc- ^^^'-^"^Uy Poruon. Tifereth Israel To Hear
es that the Hialeah-Miami DiK,^ s,a_ u crheW-,lleH ,nr A Gilbert Ballon At Service
di-
rector. Anti-Defamation League
Daily services are at 9 a.m.. 0f B'nai B*rith. will be guest
Milton Friedman Speaks
At Zamora Center Service
The Zamora Jewish Center. 44
Zamora Avenue. Coral Gables,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. conduced by Rev-
erend Rudolf E Brill.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow,
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raoeno-
vich as hosts in celebration of
Mrs. Rabenovich's birthday. Mil-
ton Friedman. Miami attorney,
will be guest speaker. H;s topic
Jewish Youth
Shalos Seudos and Maariv fol-
lowing.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
and at 5:45 p.m
Choir under the direction of Rob-
ert Strassburg will assist. f m. witr Mmcha at 5 p.m..
Saturday morning services will 'owed by Shalos Seudos.
,_ be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehrman
fol-
To Review Eric Maria
Remarque's New Novel
discussing the Weekly Portion.
" ,A Bible class is scheduled for 4
ter, 9-51 East 4th Av mm, will \ ?j?- "* S^'05 ^^ foUow" I
K*X,S5hST^. tebrte|tt first armive^^,>nj ^^ m at 9 a.rn. i of ^'naf BriTh ~
during Friday evening services ^ JfJ pm fa ^ Cemer chap. ke. dunng Fnday evening
t? P;"iv. v,^ian H.an of el. services. 8:15 p.m.. of the Tifer-
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, dean oi i __. T___', ..__Tw.j. -^..- evsi
The Spark Of Life, a novel by | Florida Rabbis, ar.d Rabbi Bnmt-1 y ^ j Synagogu
ic Mar.a Remarque, will be. the lus of Temple: Israe will J guest ; loung Sarn^SZ
subject of a sermon to be given speaker. His topic is sc.-.eduled
by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi of as: A Year s Growth. At the
Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th Oneg Shabbat following. Mr and
Street, during Friday evening ] Mrs. Leo Gelvan will be hosts in
services. 8:15 p.m. [honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sholk.
Saturday morning services will Cantor Ben Grossberg will of-
be at 11 am. I ficiate at the services.__________
The Young Israel Synagogue,
4001 Chase Avenue. Miami
Beach, will conduct Friday even-
ing services at 5:15 p.m. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat
urday morning services
scheduled for 9 a.m.
eth Israel Northside Center. 6500
North Miami Avenue.
Balkm's topic is scheduled as:
Price Of Liberty. Saturday morn-
ing services will be at 9 a.m..
with the Reverend George Gold-
berg, spiritual leader, officiating
are ard discussing the Weekly Por-,
; tion.
leadership of Rabbi Alfred Wax- |
man, spiritual leader, the Center |
has extended an invitation to all j
unaffiliated Jewish families in j
West Miami personally to view its
program of religious, cultural and
social activities._____________
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Mortimer May
Lddresses Zionists
. Mav will address the
Mr !n, uV,'. < Club on Wed-
P"?* February 20th, 12:15 p.
Plata Hotel. His
lj American Re-
Eddie Cantor Accepts Lifetime Contract
With Welch Wines, Kaplan Announces
hop"'
T' iowned,.-z-,?nuL,J
i : ,'ad where he will
:: spending a brief
',. Miami Beach, before
r [srael where he will
kg* neeting of the
Vctions Committee
I", .., ho is a member.
,ivc of Nashville.
received his form-
Columbia Ur.i-
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,t:*, ', National Executive
fcmitte" of the Zionist Organ-
IS o( America. He is also
1ST president of the Council of
, j, Federations and Welfare
Irunds and a member of the
IB of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Adult Group Has
| Valentine Dance
Xhe Adult Social Group of the
I Jewish Community Center's Mi-
lan-i Branch, will hold a Valentine
I Dance tomorrow evening, accord-
ling to an announcement by Irving
Saal, chairman of the Program
[Committee.
Entertainment will include
Maurice the Great and Allan
Townc. comedian, who will serve
as master of ceremonies.
The Adult Social Group, of
which William Schlessinger is
president, boasts of a growing
membership among single men
and women. 28 years of age and
over. The group has regular
meetings and a variety of pro-
grams every Wednesday evening
at the Miami Branch.
Eddie Cantor
Guilty On 59 Charges
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Jor-
Idan-Israel Mixed Armistice Com-
mission, at its meeting recent-
ly, found Jordan guilty of 59
armistice violations and Israel
guilty of one, it was reported
her. The commission disposed of
"8 Israeli complaints.
Begin Florida
Author Series
Florida authors met Greater
Miami readers last night at the
Memorial Public Library, Bay-
front Park, during the inaugura-
tion of a Spring series of Florida
Author Nights.
Scheduled for the initial pro-
gram was Marjory Stoneman
Douglas, author of the current
best seller, Road To The Sun.
Mrs. Douglas shared the pro-
gram with Dr. Charlton W. Te-
beau, editor of Tequesta. Their
subject was, Florida's Heritage:
A Study In Adventure.
Organized as a public service
to further the cultural interests
of Miami, the Florida Author
Nights will feature outstanding
literary personalities of the area.
Future programs list Theodore
Pratt, Gilbert Maxwell, Vivian
Laramore Rader, Sara Jenkins
and Zachary Ball as some of the
representative writers who will
lecture on Florida's novels, poet-
ry, short stories, news and public
relations.
NEW YORK Eddi.- Ci 'it. .
world famous entertainer and
hilanthropist, has
I fetin onti
iociate ol the W
Wine Division of Quality Import-
ers, Incorporated, national di
>r of Welch Wine and
Welch's Kosher-for-Paa
Wine. The announcement was
made by Col, Henry C. Kaplan,
Board Chairman,
When commenting upon his
new association, Cantor said, "Of
course I shall continue my activ-
ity in r dio and television. My
entianee into the business world
as a member of the company that
sells Welch's Wines is one of the
most important moves in my life
It is a source of great satisfac-
tion to me personally that this
company recognizes our special
Jewish needs and produces a
Kosher-for-Passover Wine under
the famous Welch label.
"During the past few years I
have been offered a number of
very attractive business associa-
tions. However, after considera-
tion of many factors, I decided to
approach the Welch's Wine prin-
cipals concerning my interest in
their products.
"As one of America's great
brand names for over three-quar- [
ters of a century, their steady
growth with quality grape prod-
ucts, especially Welsh's Wine, has
interested me profoundly.
"I believe that the kind of
showmanship we use in the
theatre business can be most ad-
vantageously applied to stimulat-
ing volume in the wine business.
During my more than 40 years of
the theatre, I have experienced
mary times the thrill of arousing
the consumer, the ticket purchas-
er, to come to a play, a motion
picture, to tune in to a radio or
television show. It is the plan of '
my Welch associates and myself
to apply all of the 'selling' tech-
niques of show business to tne-
wine business.
"Incidentally, my life-time
agreemer.t with the Welch peo-
ple is the longest contractual
cment of my career."
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
L C. "Doc" PLATT
j
675 S.E. 8th St.
Hialeah, Fla.
Dr. Schneer Speaks At
Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Dr. Morris Schneer, of New
York, will be guest speaker to-
morrow afternoon, at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 11th Street and Ocean Court,
Miami Beach.
Dr. Schneer will lecture on:
Psychology Of Human Behaviour.
A question and answer period
will follow Dr. Schneer's talk.
Mr. Irving Strauss will preside.
It Is A Pleasure To Extend
Brotherhood Greetings To All
JUDGE
Fritz J. Gordon
Dade County-Court House, Miami, Flq.
To All My Friends and-Acquaintances
Brotherhood. G.reeti*g*:.
JUIX3E
George E. Holt
Dade County Court House, Miami, Florida
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO ALL
E. B. Leatherman
Dade County Court
House
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
Robert King High
6875 Tamiami Canal Road, Miami, Fla.
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PLUMBING BY
kei :ro\
Day & Night Service
TO ALL ...
Brotherhood Greetings
THELMA R. HARDISON
(Mrs. Luther T. Hardison)
Constable. District No. 3
3170 S. W. 18th St. Miami, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
E. R. "Bob" LEWIS
7131 S. W. 5th Terrace
Miami, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
JUDGE
GRADY L. CRAWFORD
Dade County Court House
Miami, Fla.
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Brotherhood Gree+inge
To All
DANTE B. FASCELL
"Your State Representative"
157 Miracle Mile Coral Gables
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
WILLARO J. "Bill" CARLSON
1075 N. W. 53rd St.
Miami, Fla.
Phone 83-5288
3001 S.W. 25th St.
Miami. Fla.
FRANK E. KEETON
Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
WMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 2 to 3
Wednesday fc Friday from
1:30 to 2
WTTT I*90 on yCur Dlal
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newicatr ano Hleterieel
Narrator
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
JOHN S. "Johnny" BABER
.
218 Jefferson Ave.
Miami Beach


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
15, 1952
Race Discrimination Is Poison, Novelist
Says; Urges Repetition Of Warning Calls
By Dorothy Canfield Fiiher
(Noted American N.-\
It is the most ordinary, everydaj sen* -hi< es us set I
it that POISON labels are ken p.i<:.,; on tht bottles ol
chemicals we all need on the shelves at >'.: -
for instance, although an excellent disinfectant, deaui
of a child who cook .; drink of .: We know wry well that such
labels must be renewed, .: they fade, or become -'
Inexact Is th< same waj .; con- .
tunl repetition is needed at the ? >'! G**' <"
label POISON on all forma ol cases, to match the discoml
mass pi. in usl ces, answ.
making ndividual suffer for voice. "Such talk is
cething he doesnl do, or is Words like thai g slide
not, because s m< ol his group do i I s might? .- I
have dam I il Ihej .<- slip I ruqu : ..-
all pc sons me slo and in- One nines u
and i me we get I n d >1 I
: s. a ratt .- -
And even variety, ra
slo\ swift, mildly sickening i i
Uy fat; should I fled not t
" .....is POISON so that
we recog .....si
instant we si tear u
\v ; see s
l sb step out 1 Is ..
n a sidewalk or ,
seen others s -
shoul r v. :. .

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we s -
one of thos .
. s.
C:> .--
c. ;sv : -
Seminary Holds
lieiiirt> Series
uis Finki istein, ehancel-

A nei wncee
Annual
ter >
r.bers
Sen F ''>' ,,
.; \ .. Lectu t will
-.'..: on Thursday evening.
in 21s1 8 IS p m, m the
Jewu Center. The
speakei will be Professor Max
\
Practical Theo-
5, His sub-
ieci wiU be The Mysteries 01
;...-.. sm
Youth Roundup To Fete Golden Agers
0. sue y, February 17th. the
Youth Roundup of the Miami
Daily News under the direction of
Betty Ward will entertain mem-
bers of t:.e Golden Age Friend-
ship Club. Miami Branch, Greater
Miami Jewish Community r
ter, at its Auditorium iin St
16th Avenue. 4o SW
A special program of enter*.,
ment will be the feature o? th"
afternoon. A short busirew mi.
ing will follow. tSS mee'-
-> -
FRANCIS J. CHRISTIE
'' etf Fkrglei 5- Miami Fla.
Israelite Center To
View Rabino's Paintings
Thi U C i
nexl
: x:
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artisl
Is
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DC 1 noted tings

Rod Cross HUs
Tiro Positions
: i si -'
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I K
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1 ton M F ncher
surer. Se-
ftus Compn
TO ALL .
Brotherhood Greetings
JUDGE
J. N. MORRIS
Dade County Court House
Miami
TO ALL .
Brotherhood Greetings
FRANK T. IMAND
DuPont Bldg.
Miami, Florida

K L ir reptmj
: >:: Advi e Gifts
....
ess en 1
firms
in this
:-?.-.." .. '
- W will
antil F ... :- 25th
all other
. begin Pel
:-:
TO ALL .
Brotherhood Greetings
R. B. "Bun" Gautier, Jr.
Your State Senator
DuPcnt Bldg. Miami. Florida
Tc A:: My Friends and Acquaintances
:nemood v?:ee::"::s
JERRY 6ANZ
rzcress r..-.r
V------ ~~
TO ALL GREETINGS
Calonn C. Minc*er
Ccur. House
r ~de County
!-!:ac: Fla.
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
MILTON WEISS
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach


R. P. TERRY
v
To All ... A Most Happy
Brotherhood
T. C. BLOUNT
2S2 N.W. Second Street I1M Zamora Ave. Coral Gables
SAVOY HOTEL
Ope- Yets Around"

0. D. "Jack" HENDERSON
v.: 3ud-c
V-----
. o All My Friends and Acquaintances
DAN CHAPPELL A Most Happy Brotherhood
* GEORGE F. ROGERS
X4 Bisccyne Building Constable. District No. 2
68 West Flagler St. Miami. Florida
A Hcrpv 3:-:-erhcoi Tc A..
HAROLD D. KANA6A
::? \v s
Mien: F.zr.zz
It Is A Pleasure To Extend
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO ALL
HUGH PETERS
Your Dade County Commissioner


3AYi FEBRUARY 15, 1952
-Jewish k>ridlian
PAGE 9 B
ppoint
Rabbi
farot State
,uncil Leader
i u; rnsenh R- Narot, spirit-
&Jr Temple Israel. Mi-
1 'has been named Florida
lp Chairman of the Rabbinical
K -1 of the Combined Cam-
in of the Union of American
IL Cong.egat.ons and the
fte* Union College-Jewish
f,u e of Religion, it was an-
Inred bv Rabbi Ferdinand M.
E of St. Louis. National
lahtuNarot will coordinate the
Rtion f the statf's ^e"
rabbis in the annual main-
tnce fund drive for the na-
Rabbi Joseph Narot
al institutions of American
feral Judaism. The campaign
[a national goal of $2,265,000.
ne Union of American He-
ConHU'nations with which
iReform xmgregations in the
I are affiliated, is the central
fc- serving 449 Liberal syna-
Ties and leligious schools in
cities in the United States and
ada. The Hebrew Union Col-
Hewish Institute of Religion,
schools in Cincinnati and
York, trains rabbis for serv-
Iwith Liberal synagogues and
Ihtrs lor their religious
}hl Women To
ear Kalinin
Irs. Basnett Beckerman, Edu-
f lirman of the Henrietta
Id group of Hadassah, an-
jices that the monthly meet-
lof th? group's Luncheon Club
I be held at the Delano Ho-
I Monday. February 18th, at 1
luest speaker will be Gilbert
Kin, Director of the Florida
te, Anti-Defamation League,
pi B'.ith. His subject will be,
er.t Bombings: Challenge To
focracy,
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Services, Inter-Faith Activities Together
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I: .= c pleasure to extend to all
out Itwilll Friends and Patrons
Sincece Wishes far
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
221 N. W. 26th Street
Phone 2-3705
A. H. BECKER
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INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
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GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTrff^s
MIAMI. HJL
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TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
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2121 N. W. 13th Avenu.
Phone 2-5197
.IOIIV A. MOORE
AND
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1351 N. W. 1st COURT
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Laundry and Clecmen
PHONE 5-7489
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1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS!
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SuperinlMdenl of P^*
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+Jewist> fkr/cftir
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laywright Views Prejudice As Crime;
aims Guilt Rests With Apathetic
i, cornriia Otis Skinner
ttcd Actress
and Playwright)
rt that racial and rehg-
h nejudico should, in any
-, exist in a great democracy.
En incredible mockery of the
ft woid democracy,
should be considered in the
t'of a personal disgrace to
.. citizen of that same democ-
SLa disgrace as shocking and
tragic as that of the discovery
* a near and dear member of
ft family has become a hard-
criminal. For prejudice is a
ne It is a ciime against the
nocratic ideal, a crime against
teachings of Christianity, Ju-
L and the other great relig-
a crime against human de-
and a crime against just
|n common sense. Further-
Ire, it is a crime for which
American citizen, directly
["indirectly, is responsible, if
for its inception, at least for
[ continuance of its presence in
world today.
lie are responsible because of
apathy in side-stepping the
lie, because of our outmoded
Je-it-time-it-wJ 11-cure-itself at
de, because of our deceiving
elves with the preposterous
lie that it is a special problem
|be solved by the special per-
ls affected .The problem is
r problem, and, as long as prej-
udice exists in our land, we are
the persons affected.
The solving of it must be done
by us all, each and every man,
woman and child of this nation,
of every walk of life and of every
race, creed or color. It must be
solved by our actions, by our
words and by our thinking. And
if we and our children arc to sur-
vive as living creatures worthy
of the name of human beings, it
must be solved not in a theore-
tical future, not tomorrow, but
now, this very instant.
[orfli*iil Center
tears Pearlstein
Rfereth Israel Northside Cen-
will hold a general meeting
Monday evening, February
at 8 p.m.
tuest speaker will be Maurice
fcrlstein, executive director of
Jewish Home for the Aged.
J topic is scheduled as: The Re-
Insibilitv Of Us Americans In
Combined Jewish Appeal.
prge Weisbaum, president of
Center, will introduce the
laker.
Van Dusen Calls
For Increase Of
Teachers' Salaries
A salary boost of $300 for pub-
lic school employees was propos-
ed Wednesday at a Dade County
School Board meeting by Dr. Ray
Van Dusen.
The children and the people
of Dade County are going to suf-
fer educationally if an increase in
pay is not provided in 1953," Van
Dusen said. "Unable to meet cur-
rent obligations, they are going
to be forced to seek employment
in other lines of endeavor. As a
result, the county is in danger
of losing some highly qualified
teachers. The loss we suffer when
a good teacher leaves the system
is inestimable."
Van Dusen, who is candidate
for the post of State Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction in the
May primaries, said further, "We
must lay the groundwork, make
the plans, and devise means for
effecting savings so that it will be
possible for us to grant this
raise."
The proposal, along with one
by Superintendent James Wilson,
was referred to a salary commit-
tee of the Dade county Classroom
Teachers Association. The com-
mittee is making a study of school
finances to determine what can
be done to increase salaries for
school personnel .
North Bay Group
To Discuss June
Bond Issue
The first annual membership
meeting of the North Bay Area
Taxpayers' Association will take
place on Wednesday, February
27th, 8 p.m., in the Miami Beach
Realty Board building, 1065 Dade
Boulevard.
Members will hear a factual
report on the association's prog-
ress in civic advancement
through the past year by the or-
ganization's president, E. Albert
Pallot. Highlighted points will
cover the organization's crusade
to pass the June bond issues for
Miami Beach, and specific work
by several fact-finding commit-
tees which produced new recom-
mendations for the alleviation of
Miami Beach's bottleneck traffic,
street congestion and bridge-im-
provement.
The meeting was planned at a
recent session of the Board of
Directors in the home of Dr.
Leonard H. Jacobson. In the
group were Pallot, Charles S.
Tobin, Charles Silvers, Charles H-
Alcock, Dr. Jacobson, Jack S.
Mintzer, Mr. and Mrs. Philip R.
Mallory. John C. Frazure, former
Pennsylvania Senator A. J. Sor-
doni, P. J. Davis and Arnold
Levy.
Board members also appointed
a five-man committee to confer
with Miami Beach's City Engi-
neer and City Manager to ascer-
tain the status of the East Bridge
at 63rd Street. Serving on the
committee are Silvers, P. J. Davis,
Charles H .Alcock, A .J. Sordoni
and John C. Frazure.
At the February 27th meeting,
the association's nominating com-
mittee will present its slate for
the coming year's directors. Mem-
bers of this committee are Hugh
Larrick, Max Orovitz, P. R. Mal-
lory, Mintzer, Dr. Jacobson, Al-
cock and Silvers.
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Brotherhood Greetings
GEORGE A. BRAUTI6AM
:
DuPont Building
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
Dade County Court House, Miami, Fla.
TO ALL...
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
RUTH L SUTTON
BEST WISHES
W. A. GLASS
Justice of Peace, District No. 3
512 San Esteban Ave. Coral Gables
Brotherhood Greetings To All
PERSONNEL SCREENING, INC.
CLAUDE C. HIGH, President
"Knowledge is a Safeguard"
I Private Investigations and Screening Service
266 Giralda Ave. Phone 83-4208
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
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319 N. E. 2nd Ave.
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TO ALL ..
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
EDMUND G. VISCHI
REAL ESTATE
Your North Miami Councilman
I847 N.E. 125th St. Phone 84-4661
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It Is A Pleasure To Extend
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To All
PETER R. PALERMO
5721 S.W. 15th St.
Miami, Fla.
To My Many Friends and
Acguaintances
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MORTON L. PERRY
Candidate
For Justice of Peace, District No. 3
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MILONE
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208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
GREETINGS
Phone 1-9457
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
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American Pharmacy, Inc.
"44 K. E. 2-d Ave. Ph. 3-4565
Marshall's Drug Store
iUN.W. 62nd Si. Ph.7-1202
Marion Drug Store
:"-": Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rock-moor Pharmacy
ntlRE 2nd Are. Ph.7-2011
Red Bird Pharmacy
5725 Bird Rood
Xnta's
Yacht Basin
4 X. W. Jtcr-i !frr
Drrr.
ELECTROLIX
CORPORATION
* 1600 Biscayne BItcL
Phone 3-6464
BETTY'S
"KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS
AND WHOLESOME FOOD"
Completely Air Conditioned
Free Parking
Lobo Lounge
Continuous Entertainment
Phone 9-9426
1440 Biscayne Bird.
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laborat-
y D.
Beryl Mams an
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:- eg of the M ardi ughout t.-.e
:iz i -..: Mar.is-
th:rd .- January '' or Foods.
Mar.ischewitx Maize distributors in conference during the con-
cern s recent meetir.g held in Cincinnati. Ohio.
Miami Tile Distributors Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
Architectural Glazed Clay Wall Tile
WiQette China and Chro.T.e Accessories
Cera:; F'.oor T;le
All ".''
Trr.-arr; Machine! and Supply
1!4 N.E Sr:-. Terrace Ph. 84-6673
-P- E E T I N G S
Maxwells Itoiul.-d Fruit Shoppers
ECSC3EC s:-::??e?s cr fancy fruit
mailiej G::;; Pm** Fruit Drinks
::: S W |-_= Street
Miami rtamwA PH_ 48.4802
GREETINGS
MAYFLOWER BESTAIMANT
e-C Bisccva- Bcuievard, Miami. Florida
Serving
1D1 HEAKFAST 1:: up LUNCHEON 75c up
DINNER I :: iz
Cpes Daily 7 cjn. to 1 a.m.
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
*/*MMm CASKET COMPANY
Phone 3-0689
535 N. W. 24th Street
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Deenng Awning and Furniture Co.
Semnc Greoto Miami Coral Gable. Miami Beach
Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
4000 Ponce de Lmb Blvd.
Phone 13-7600
" 1 V
JTUDAY. FEBRUARY
15,
TO ALL GREETINGS
JOE GITHRIE'S HEPair SH(|p
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
OUR WORK 13 AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N. W. Second Avenue^ ^ ^
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions
INSECTICIDES and SUPPLIES
Call 87-2616
274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH I
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer oi
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7^
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & O. DOCKS
MIAMI
l.'.I Gas and Oil
GENERAL CAR REPAIRS
1790 N. W. 42nd Arenue
PHONE 48-9222
FRED DAMRAU. Prop.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BAY-BEE DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE
AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR
DIAPERS ft BABY CLOTHES
2111 N. W. 10th Arenue Phone 9-5M
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
61 N.E. 26th Street
Phone 3-5351
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone
Service On All Makes Auto and Home Radios and Tele*
To All A Most Happy Brotherhood Week
MARINE Association of Miami
MIAMI
1585 N. W. 24th Ave. Phone 48-:
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 1-5194


Lff rTBRUARY 15. 1952
"Jenlstiflnricttor
PAGE 13 B
jUARANTY TITLE &
| ABSTRACT CORP.
|5flWestnagler Street
Ieason'S greetings
Lola Jones
llMNfl For All Occasions
DELIVERY
|ut FlowersPotled Plants
Usages-Funeral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
wgg Phones 2-5384
[up7io-Daie Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
| Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
A MOST HAPPY
| BROTHERHOOD WEEK
[NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
TO ALL. .
lOTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Marsh
Electrie Co.
|8 SERVICE and REPAIRS
CALL 48-3027
2980 Coral Way
Miami, Fla.
fiiMTEn
llEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
FTLE COMPANY. Inc.
Complel. Abstract ud
"* Iiurncs Sarvice
I1* ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MlAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Editor Considers Hatred As Function Of
Language; Suggests Individual Analysis
ivosay Window
Co., Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
30 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2503
By Henry Seidel Canby
(Editor, Saturday Review of
Literature)
Some think the relations be-
tween Christians and Jews in this
country are bettering; some think
they are worsening. It may help
to remember that the contacts of
races, national groups or major-
ities with minorities often result
in infections like the sommon
cold.
The radio blares, books good
and bad are written, cures are
invented monthly, and still we
sniffle; although what was a
menace, does begin to reduce it-
self toward a nuisance, which it
will probably always be. Still, so-
cial prejudice discharges its nasty
innuendoes and unsupported
charges. Just possibly, the trou-
ble with prejudice, if not with
cold, is partly semantic. The re-
action to the world Negro, let us
say, or Jew, is very different with
both speaker and hearer, from
the response to the name of a
known person.
In the history of the world,
there is an intensely important
instant which determines whether
a man is recognized merely as a
variety of the human species, or
as an individual who cannot be
entirely defined by saying that
he is a Hindu or a Swede.
It is that instant of
ride daily, try this simple experi-
ment. Look down and back the
car length, using one of those
convenient and so uninforming
lists of categories which we all
carry in our mindsold Ameri-
can, recent immigrant, second
generation American, Chinese,
Polish Jew, Southern Negro,
priest or Irish politician. Then,
forget your crude attempts to
learn the important truths about
an individual by an abstract term
and use what wealth of experi-
ence, what powers of divination
you have, to see each man or
woman as one of us all who
should fall or stand in our estima-
tion for himself, for herself, so
far as human sympathy can
judge. The brushoff by general-
ization is easy, but it is often one
of the great lies that muddy civil-
ization.
Moshe Shurett
To Visit England
LONDON (JTA)Moshe Shar-
ett will pay his first official visit
to Britain as Israel's Foreign Min-
ister and will, on February 19th,
address a joint meeting of mem-
bers of the House of Commons
and the House of Lords, it was
reported here.
During his stay in England, the
Israeli Minister will open the 1952
campaign of the Joint Palestine
where one looks at his neighbor I Appeal at a banquet at the Dor-
as at his friends, to see What he Chester Hotel. He will visit Glas-
is really like as a human being, | gow, Manchester, Leeds, and Liv-
that may make all the difference, [erpool where he will address
If you have a long commuting Jewish gatherings.
pause.
UJA Speeds Drive to Aid
Victims of Israel Rains
Victims of the worst storm in 26
years, which struck Israel last
month and raged for 11 days,
contemplate part of the $8,500,-
000 in damages caused by the
storm in one of the 29 immigrant
camps shattered by raging winds
and rain. Residents of an immi-
grant camp I above) attempt to
divert the course of flood waters
which washed out roads, weak-
ened buildings and submerged
bridges. Fierce winds knocked
down hundreds of tents, tore the
roofs from immigrants huts and
battered crops. Freezing temp-
eratures added new hardships
to the suffering thousands made
shelterless by It* flood waters.
The United Jewish Appeal is
seeking immediate cash funds
to buy food for the victims, re-
pair damaged huts and ter.ts and
furnish medical equipment to
cazia for the sick and injured.
Youngsters, in photo at right.
seek fuel for cooking in their
storm-damaged hut. UJA has
issued a nationwide call for im-
mediate funds to "dyke the flood
with dollars" and is seeking to
PaY* h'^u ^ol.^oM.rJerwiil of the United Palestine Appeal.
500.000, finances the programs Americana._________----------------
TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. & Sec.
H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes
BONACKER A LEIGH, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13, norlda
GREETINGS TO ALL
,2MMmt$ 7ir*t Sxclumtym (Paint gW
49 8.W. FIRSJT ST. MIAMI, FUA.
S A S SANDWICH SHOP
1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291
EXTEND BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
Miami
BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD WEEK
St
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida East Coast Railway
MIAMI BEACn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876
"title insurance
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
CORAL GABLES MIAMI
100 Miracle Mile 83-4654 Langford Building 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
PAIH.flTT KENNELS
YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE
4200 N.W. 79th Street Phone 88-2951
TANNER'S
-WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
q.TQBF'S I283 w*** Fl*9"ler Street
& 1 unt.O 1753 Norlh,Ml Second Avenue
1908 Ponce de Leon Bird., Coral Gables
Extends To All Its Jewish Patrons Brotherhood Greetings
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 N.W. Lejeuno Road Miami
PHONE 88-4653


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1C]
SKILLED HANDS REPAIR A BROKEN THREAD
FACTORY FINANCED BY ISRAEL
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD wffv
SAMUEL MERZON *
The iJdlM -ar.d< :'. s mm c:tiien of Israel keep the work mov-
lB9 at "a Btw textile factor} fir?rced through the S500.000.000
Stare -: '..-:a-'. Bond Issue. Israels historic program of economic
devjlopmani is servir.ir a dual purpose: providing food, clothing
and iholtoi for hundred* at thouiandl :' newcomers, and giving
(ham ar. opportunity t; learn new skills and place them to effec-
tive use. Funds provide*! by American investments in State of
Israel Bonds a:;- LadkpemaMl rc tl-.e tuli-.llmer.: of Israel's plans
r:r iadustriai and agricultural exca.-.i.:- i.-d he: achievement of
OOBOmic :ndependen:e.
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FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
.-.: '..; I- :-z-.:;H:.-.:.-.;::-. Bmiding
168 S. E. First St. MicnnL Flo. Phone 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION* PHARMACY IN THE WCR1D
W. E. FCSSETT, PrcT-rie:;:
For Better Health Visit the ~C AIL A VCST HAPPY 3P.CTKEP.KOCD WEEK
Miami Health Institute 1 E '" '. X-?.. j - THE TOWN RESTAURANT
IT
ti rung . 153 NX. 1st Street
Irrigations -.( lets and BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNFR
7235 Biscayne Boulevard Mus K Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
PHONE 7-7696 Cosed Sunday
------------------------------------~ Ph. 2-4733
n --------------------------------------------------------------------------- _______
3REETLN - GREETINGS
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
Investors Diversified Services, be.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st Naiionai Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORID \
MRS. HELEN PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONYBAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY, INC
rROM FARM TO YOU
6851 N. E. Second Avenue phone m52l
llenflix Anloiiialie \Y.-ish<.|,.ria
sh"
________ 'B-952j|
"For a Whiter and Brighter Wash
1112 15lh Street
To All ... A Most Happy Brotherhood Week
Florida Builders Service. I ne,
100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Florida
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Lagoon Restaurant and Bar
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
23 SUNNY ISLE BOULEVARD
HUNTER LYON, INC.
901 So. Miami Ave. 3-33<
INSURANCE
GREETINGS TO ALL
L. MORRIS
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2581 N. W. 72nd STREET
PHONE 78-0551
GREETINGS !
Iiieo. .1. Ernst Sundries
FOUNTAIN SERVICE LUNCHES p*
3600 W. FLAGLER STREET
SALEM INN
THE MOLSE OF SEA FOOD *50 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE PH. >J
Operated by Peter O. Francis A Paul Pernau
Continental Cuisine Steaks Chops Chickens
COCKTAIL BAR OPEN UNTIL 5 A.M.
Continuous Entertainment Catering To Parties
Dock Your Boat Yacht Service
NEW PARKING FACILITIES AVAILABLE
TO ALL
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
*
CHESTER E. SALB
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WALTER E. PEACH
ORGANIZATION
FREDERICK T. SHARMAN
Registered Broker
Phone 7-1404
9500 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
V. J. HOI Mil iti. COMP \\Y
20 N. E 29th ST* "" DECORATORS .
Phone 3-0621
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman. ft'
266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4601



fljAY, FEBRUARY IS,
1952
-JewistincridHar)
PAGE 15 B
LEGA- NOTICE^
-rrrrE under fictitious,
n0TI name law
.,. k HEREBY QIVHN that
*' i.'lu-I desiring to engage In
'u!"k .,,. Hi.' fictitious name of
. v'r'l -' I1M -V'.3 CC,n"
i!l" ,' t. register said B*m?
jr. 1?l"'.".;.,l, the Circuit Court
IK?
,KTIN WXK%T.?,N
.- tioner
..-...'::. ___
ANOl'OLE
. ,- is HEREBY aiVBN that
hil- cneaKc in
. the fictitious name of
M-K SHOP, at 6231
ilsll'l'. '_ ';'...... .,,,, |nt..ml
Miami. Ma., intt-tnl
'"' "'\ w name'with "the CTerk
,;',., f Dade County.
nF.oRGB speed
MADELINE A. BPBED
I.EONA MART
forAppHoSnts
n Lincoln Road
^nXEUNDER FICTITIOUS
NCM NAME LAW
MOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEH thnt
dined, deslrins to engage In
.1... Hi, fictitious name of
TERRACE, at 8116 Abbott
',' mi,,,, Reach. Intends to ijk-
; ; ,d ,,,, with the Clerk of the
'-..li Court of I'a'le County. Honda.
' PAVLREY PROPERTIES, INC.
BUCK. SHAPIRO FRIED
for Applicant
n Lincoln ii"-i'i
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27367-B
Re ESTA1 I' i>P
FLS1E I. CollICK. Deceased
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nd All Persons Hav-
Demandl Against
I of you, are hereby
iifj.il ai Ired to present any
! demands which you. or
have against the
i.sii: i. COHICK, deceased
i county, New jar-
County Jmiges
and flic ill'* same
the County Court-
in i inty, Florida, wlth-
r months from the
:.i st publication hereof.
. m inds '" contain
the claimant and
i pi esenti i aa afore-
I be barred.
MI a i >. 1952.
.- I WALTER MECKLEY
irj Executor of the
I. w ii and Testament of
ELSIE !,. COHICK,
1 1,'Cl.lM 'I.
BENJ VM1N
lary Executor
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY OrVEN that
Ignrd, desiring to engage in
der the fictitious name of
ITU SAX m \ksii. at 431 Lincoln
Ml > h, Florida, Intends
i l nun,- with the Clerk
Court ,>f Dado County,
DANIEL H. HERMAN'
I-..!.' owner)
T VL-IANOEF
Applicant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'l. desiring to engage In
the flctltloua name of
ITIST1C DISPLAYS CO. (not Inc.)
' S Miami Avenue, Miami.
id to register aald name
Clerk ,.t the Circuit Court of
i Ida,
Jl'l.l \.\ R. A1IERMAN
'I.YN .1. AHKK.MAN
.' .1 \.\"OFF
ants

THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26868
:;'.. i--' vn: in-
V'l "ARSON, Deceased
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ind All Persona Hav-
Demand* Against
h of you, are hereby
i.....d to present any
demands which you. or
on. mnj have against the
,"', < ask'a Larson, deceased
'I'M. County, Florida, to the
tt p II. ANTON, County Judge
and file the same In
,'.'' the County Courthouse
unty. Florida, within eight
"near.months from the date of the
,i',, ,"'"" hereof. Said claims
to contain th
; "~. l il.....IMmant
'"'> to .ind pre
"Pf will be barred. See n-tlon
.. ,: Probate Act.
lega I
and to be
ented as aforesaid.
barn
,.'.. '.;'," Prate
roViV"Vln' A '" 19r'2-
[KIFoN BAA80N
Executor of the Last
""I and Testament of
IX |. siLVPn HAR80N- Deceased
" Executor
AMENDED
k. -,NJJ,E,BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1466*;
MARION QERSHONOW1TZ,
also known as
MARION (iKItSH, Plaintiff,
vs.
IIIRSII GER8HOKI >WITZ,
also known as
HENRY GERSH, Defendant
__ SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IIIRSII GBR8HONOW1TZ
also known ;,s
HENRY GERBrl
KM \V,st Listh street
New Y,k. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you in re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint
25JhA-.,>?,B,l-'**- Attorney. I.km
t. '.V'-'; 3(l- Ro,K,' Building. Miami
3- J-lorida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the ( lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2Mb day of February. IMS
if you fall to do so, Judgment by da-
fault win be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDKRED at Miami,
Horlda, this 29th day of January
A. D. 1902.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
n, Hade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEICE.
Deputy Clerk
I.K.O SIIEINKR
Attorney for Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/1-8-1.1-22
.V.N?ER FICTITIOUS
NOTlr-p ,NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
-"I. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
W .-.;u' AND 'HUM., at 2093
West Miami. Ma.,
:, 'Mel Mid name with the
,. ; (' Ull Court of Dade
PWOK vii-,,.,',1,1'1-1^' s HSUITT
Applicant
N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
"Tin- ,NAME LAW
'; ,HR,REB* '1IVF.N that
- '"I, desiring to engage ill
der the flctltloua name of
'" \l.,., ,.* at *** lst
" I !..-.<),. Intends to reg-
,;,":" wit), the Clerk of
orida. t"urt of Dade County.
igW>B PArSo"DA BlfCHHOLZ
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14692-:
ROSE P.iNAi.ni, Plaintiff,
vs.
LIBERo ANTHONY RINALDI,
I 'of. ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: l.IKF.RO ANTHONY RINALD1
"!* Edcewood a anue
Waterbury, Connecticut
You, Liber.' Anthony Riniildl. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami you are required to
serve ;i copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney. Amos Benjamin.
ii. Olympla Building, and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit on
or before the _Mii day of February,
1952, If you fnil to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the mil of
i Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tins Wth day of January,
1952.
K. li. l.KATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Coutt
l>ade County, Horlda
By W.M. W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
2/1-S-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Till: BUTTERY, at Allison Hotel,
6261 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ai.i.ison OPERATING
COMPANY. Inc.
By; Dons adder
Pl .sill. Ill
BAMUEL ROSEN
Secretary
MYERS, HIEMAN \- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
I '8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to I'ngage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BIO WHEEL DRIVE-IN, at 2856
S \V 82nd Avenue. Miami. Dade
County, Florida, intends to register
aald name with the Clerk of the < ir-
eult Conn of Pole County, Florida.
BERNARD T. PALES
LEO SIIEINKR
Attornej for Applicant
901 Roper Building
Miami. Florida
I/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BURGESS APARTMENTS, at ,26 -
728 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or
Made County, "orlda.
JOK I-: I,PLONK
GI'SSIE ELBLONK
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
2/8-15-22-29 ^^____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14695B
ALLKNE EUZA.1KTH BRATj^
JFPUt^ce b'y^pu'blJcation
to: jepp bray
c/o Mrs .i H Bray
2128 Bast i'..ii>e Btreet
Spokane. Waahlngton
TOU ire required to serve a copy
,\,!:'',..' to the Bin of ';
id-lint for Divorce on plalntifTa at-
Krney.and to fll. th.....KTnal answer
In the off.....I '"e ''; ... -tli
Circ ull Court or, b, fore the .tn
,i-,v of March 19)53; otherwise, wj
Itm c pi., ut for Divorce, hereto
lore filed herein, will be lake,, asom-
| ,''|\ .u'Wimi. Florida, this th
,,.,y of Febrn.-rv. ^TRMA
Clark of the Circuit Court
(Seal) liv c. B HARDDS,
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M. IHENBERO
Attorney f<.r Plaintiff
1407 Blitcayne Building
Miami. Florida
2/9-15-2J-29
IJ5GAL NOTICE
NOTICE under fictitious
-___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.RKBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Vm".1;'.^. '""'" ""' flctitio is name of
FLAMINGO RESTAURANT ANI>
BAH, i 6155 B.W. >ili Street, Miami,
,,..',' Intends to register said name
with the lerk of tl circuit court of
Dade i ounty. PI.
*..,?ARaA"ET A. MARTIN.
RTEPHEN I'. KESSLER
An irney for Appl cant
2200 \Y. Flagler sr.
! -'". 2/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i -s under Hi. flctltloua name of
Rl.N and SKA OF MIAMI, at fin N. V7.
3rd Slreet. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
DANIEL SEROTT
(Sole owner)
I'AI.I.oT. SILVER \- MCLI.OY
Attorneys for luniei Serott
Miami, Florida
s"l Ingraham Building
2, l-v-i:,-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEI Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
businesH under the fictitious name of
RADIANT HEALTH FOODS, at Bey-
bold Arcade. Miami Flit., intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNA REISER,
Kole Owner
I.. lUIfl BPIGEL
Attorney for
Radian) Health Foods
I Pan American Bank Hldg.
Miami, Florida
1/25 1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
In
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146115-J
CAROLINE LOIS McGILL,
plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT .1 McGILL. defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT J. MCGILL
(WM) tfettM
Present whereabouts unknown
i ESscapee from State Prison)
You. ROBERT J. McOILL, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
S copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys, OLTCK & PELTZ, no:,
ess Building, Miami, Florida,
anil file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clark of the
Circuit Court on or before the Sth
day of March, 1952. If you fall to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against yon lor the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
1 Ida, this 4th day of February.
A D, 1952.
K. P.. LEATHERMAN,
.'lerk. Circuit Court.
i >a le County, Florida
(Circuit C.en ; S. all
By M. C. 1 elge
i., puty Clerk
KM iTD s. CLICK
A BARNETT PELTZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1305 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
2 8-15-2! !I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J UDIC IAL CI RCU IT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14*95'
MINNIE JACKSON. Plaintiff.
vs.
HAROLD JACKSON, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAROLD JACKSON,
.Address unknown)
Yon are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney,
MORTON RoTHENBEKG. 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, nnd
file the original In the office of the
of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore February 29, 19.12; otherwise,
said Bill will be taken as confessed
by yon.
Dated this 30th day of January,
A. D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2698/ B
Re: ESTATE (IK
IRVING ADER, also known as
OSWALD ADER. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H,.
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereb)
notified and reouired to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against tin
estate of Irving Ader. a/k/a Oswald
A-i.r. deceased late of Miami. Dad.
County, Florida, to the Hon. FRANK
l: DOWLINO, County fudge of Dad.
County, and file the same In his of-
fice in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight ealen.bii
in inths from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn I"
and presented as aforesaid, or saoi.
will be barred. See Section 120 of th<
1983 Probate Act.
Date January. A. D. 1952.
KOI'HIK ADER.
\ Administratrix of the Es-
tate of
IRVING ADLER,
also known as
OSWALD ADER. Dee.-"'.
HERMAN YVE1 MAN
Attorney for Administratrix
2/l-R-la-22
(Seal)
2/1-8-15-22
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27308A
In Re: ESTATE OF
'FANNIE \V'ILPE. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Yon, 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 FANNTE WOLFE, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Countv Judges of Dade county, arid
file the same In their office ill the
Countv 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 win be barred.
Date January 17th, A I' 1952.
MY Kit A. WOLPE.
As Executor of the Last
Will and Tc-tament of
FANNIE WOLP B, De-
. as. .1
MAX P. SILVER
attorney for Executor
l 2 i 2 1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
EVELYN STEIN BECKERMAN.
Plaintiff
vs.
PHILIP BECKERMAN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: PHILIP BECKERMAN.
:,M New York Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a cop) o
the Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiffs attorney. MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG. 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
March 12th. 19.-2: otherwise, said
will be taken as confessed b>
Bill
you.
Paled this
AD. i:>-
12th day of February,
R. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(S.all
l 15-22-29
Bv R. H. RICE.
Deputy Clerk
- 3/7
JR.
OF
THE
N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14714C
DAVID WE1B8, Plaintiff.
K.TT.K MKINHOLD WEIB* ^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO' KITTIE MKINHOLD WKIS.s
19SO (Irani Concourse.
Apartment 4F
Bronx 57. New ". ork
Y. >r ARE HEREBY required
,, copy of your Answer
Plaintiff's Bin of Complaint for
on Plaintiffs attorneys,
STEIN. WEtNSTEIN *
STEIN, 4-'.i Lincoln Road,
to
to
(II-
WKIN-
WEIN-
Mianu
Beach Florida, and to fUe your orlg-
\nswer in the ofllce of the
ci.rk of the above Court on or be-
fore the Sth day of March I9..2. other-
,., .. Dee..... Pre I onweeo win be
entered against you.
HATED this 6th day Of February,
*** i: B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
<8"al> By R. H. RICE.
2/8-15-22-29
JR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 146715
BAMUEL SHIFPRIN, Plaintiff
BOPHIE BHIFFRIN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: BOPHIE BHIFFRIN
Connecticut State Hospital
Mlddletown, Connecticut
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
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 Answer to Ibe Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's 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, i therwlse a Decret Pro Confess.,
will be entered against you.
Dated at Miami] Florida, this 22nd
das of January, ire,'-'.
E5. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court
B) : w.M \v BTO IKING
Deputy Clerk
BALLOT, SILVER *.- MCLLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1 "I Ingraham Building
Miami. Horlda
1/25 2 l-8-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14671C
HENRY DAVIDSON. Plaintiff
AI.EXANDIA DAVIDSON.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALEXANDRIA DAVIDS. IN.
s:i2 East l(5th Bt.
Bronx. New York
You are hereby required to sei ve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney. Herman YVcpman, (01
Blscayne Building, Miami. Florida,
and to file the original Answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Cli i ull
Court on or before the 21st day of
February, 1952: otherwise the said
cause will be taken as confessed by
you.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive Weeks
iii the JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
DATED, at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 22nd day of January,
l:'".:'.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dads county, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
1/25 2 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27412-B
In Re: E8TATE OF
ALBERT L. KAHN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
9ald 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 ALBERT L KAHN, de-
ceased late of Miami Beach. Dade
Countv, Florida, to the Hon. W F.
BLANTON and FRANK B. DoWL
INO. County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In his office in the
Countv Courthouse In Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Bee Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
\c*
Dated Januarv 31st. A.D. 1952.
// IDA L. KAHN
1%; ARTHCR M. KAUN-
AS Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
ALBERT L. KAHN.
Do,'eased.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
.::,.. Beybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
2/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146569
MARY LIBOW, Plaintiff.
vs.
EPHRIAM LIBOW. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: EPHRIAM LIBOW
7" Jefferson Street
New York City. New York
YOU are hereby ordered and required
1,, rve a copy of your answer to tin-
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a COP)
of which is enclosed herewith, 01
nlalntlffs attorney, and file the 01
inal in the office of the Clerk of th"
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
on or before the lth day of Febru..
1952, otherwise the allegations of salei
Bill will be taken as- confessed by you.
DATED: January 17th. 1952
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Ci:< nil Court
By WM. W. BTOCKINO,
Deputv Clerk
BAMUEL I. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1001 Olympla Building
Miami 82, Florida
1/25 2/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, a.-siring to ei
in business under the fictitious name
of VACATION" MOVIES, at 850 LI
coin Road. Miami Beach :'.9. Florida
intends to register said name with the
Cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dad,
County, Florida. __
THEODORE H KOOI.l.-ll
SEYMOI'R B LIEBMAN. Esq.
Attorney for Vacation Movies
1 '25 8/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name OX
A B AMUSEMENT CO., at 584 N
W .'.th Street. Miami. Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. aubxaNDER SOKE
1/25 2/1-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27370 A
In Re: ESTATE OF
\LICE AI'C.I'ST. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Again '
Said Estate:
Yon. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to oresent am
claims and demands which you, or
either of von. may have against I lie
estate of ALICE AUGUST, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Comic. Judges of D.oie County,
file the same in their ofllce In tie
County Courthouse In Dade Count)
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 ami to be sworn to ami presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date February 4. A.D. 1952.
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
As Administrators of thet
Estate of
As Co-Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
ALICE AI'CUST. Deceased.
ARTHCR J ACCl'ST
Attorney for Executors
2/8-15-22-29
ATTENTION
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