The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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ihdl V0LUME 25-dumber 8
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
To Urge Vigorous Launching Of U J A Campaign
Conference Scheduled To Meet On Beach Saturday, Sunday L. arall hA. Roiiar:ifjAn{ TalL cft-
The United Jewish Appeal's 1952 nationwide campaign for SI 51.500.000termed by UJA General JlldTcfl llQICdTCS ncpdl dllOllb I QlR jUUtl
rhairman Edward M. M. Warburg "the most crucial campaign in the 14-year
will be formally launched this weekend by more than 500 Jewish leaders rep
i- 4] States as they meet for the Appeal's National Inaugural Conference at
M;ami Beach.
The two-day National Inaugural Conference, which will meet
this Saturday evening. February 23rd. and Sunday. February 24th.
will take action to keynote the opening of more than 5.000 com-
rr.unity campaigns throughout the country.
The most important tasks facing the Conference are: (1) The
establishment of a 1952 standard of individual and corporate giving
M community campaigns on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal.
(2' The formation of a National Campaign Cabinet and the naming
of a top level volunteer general staff to help plan and direct the
$'51,500,000 drive. (3) Tk'e mapping of emergency actions in re-
sponse to Israels current grave economic crisis. (4) The stimulation
of community action in adopting and setting local goals as a pre-
condition to success in raising the nationwide goal of S151,500.000.
Eddi C: airman of the j
history not on.y of the United
Jewish Appeal, but of the State
history of the UJA."
representing communities
the Saxony Hotel in
. i lership Mob-
A General Chairman
;.; M. W*a urg, Morris W. Ber-
..:-. i I last year's
N tional ( iign Cabinet, Wil-
; R UJA National
other distinguish-
ed figures will address the two-
day sessions.
Warburg, who announced ear-
lier that this year's United Jew-
A|'i> il : ;- lign will be con-
ducted mi a "crisis footing," call-
ed special attention to the setting
of a 1952 giving standard at the
Conference.
The UJA General Chairman
stressed that "this Conference
will be meeting at one of the
most decisive moments in the
College Students
Air Intermarriage
CHICAGO (JTA) The re-
sults of a survey conducted by
the Hillel Foundation at the
Northwestern University among
10 Jewish undergraduate stud-
ents were made public here. They
reveal that 28 percent of the
men and 17 percent of the wom-
; iffirmatively to the
lestion, w >uld you marry a
non-Jew?"
nty-one percert of the men
and 28 percent of the v/omen
( nsidi red themselves Zionists.
Sixl en percent of the men and
11 percent of the v/omen said
religious s>f filiation.
nty-five percent of the stud-
openly identified themselves
Jews,
To Start; British Jews Ask Participation
of Israel itself. The people of
Israel are today fac to face
with the most serious crisis to
confront them since May. 1948.
and it is up to the Jews of the
United States to make it pos-
sible for the United Jewish Ap-
peal to meat this crisis and to
conquer it."
Warburg termed the crisis "one
of economic peril" composed of
food shortages, housing shortag-
es, underproduction and an unab-
sorbed immigrant population.
The UJA General Chairman
emphasized tnat "these con-
ditions threaten the people of Is-
rael with economic disaster and
impose upon the Jews of the
United..SUteS-tii*, same responsi-
bility they shouldered in 1948
when the State of Israel was es-
tablished."
"In 1348." he pointed out."
American Jews rallied with an
outpouring of contributions for
the United Jewish Appeal that
totalled $153,000,000. In 1952.
with the future of Israel at
stake. American Jews must ral-
ly to the UJA with $151,500,000.
It is the purpose of this Nation-
al Inaugural Conference to set
a standard of giving that will
galvanize American Jews to re-
peat their inspiring record of
1948."
The United Jewish Appeal
makes possible the immigration,
settlement welfare and rehabili-
tation programs of the United
Israel Appeal. Joint Distribution
Committee and United Service
' for New Americans.
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Israeli-
German reparations negotiations
will start in a "couple of weeks,"
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett declared here following
his arrival from London where
he represented his government
. at the funeral of the late King
; George VI. He told r.ewsman that
there has been no contact with
Germany and that the negotia-
tions themselves will be the first
contact between the two states.
The Foreign Minister empha-
sized that the conferences in
Paris last week between Israeli
representatives and the prae-
sidium of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany had been "fruitful."
Denying a report that Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann. head of the
praesidium, would also head
the Israeli delegation to the
; talks with Germany. Mr. Shar-
ett declared thai the members
of the Israeli delegation would
all be Israeli citizens. He also
said that the negotiations might
take place in Brussels, but that
the matter had not yet been
set.
terial Claims Against Germany
to give the Board representation
on the Conference's five-matt
praesidium. The resolution was
adopted at a meeting where con-
siderable criticism was voiced of
the ail-American composition of
the praesidium. which is headed
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
During the heated discussion
it was pointed out that "theie
is still a great deal of work to
be done on this side of ih/e At-
lantic" in behalf of obtaining
payment of reparations claims.
It was also stressed that since
the United Slates was not in
solitary occupation of Germany
and that since representations
would have to h'e made to Brit-
I ain and France, local represer.t-
i ative Jewish bodies would be
* invaluable in furthering the
{ work of obtaining reparations
l payments.
Barnett Janr.er, chairman of
the Board's foreign affairs com-
mittee, who represented the or-
ganization at the meetings in
New York of the Conference on
Jewish Claims, said that in his
discussions with the various
William Rosenwald
Dr. George Josephthal, absonp- 'leaders of the reparations orgar-
tion director of the Jewish Ag-1 ization he had been told it was
who returned from Paris | intended to have representatives
of the Board of Deputies on the
praesidium. He reported that he
first heard of the decision to es-
tablish such a praesidium on tha
day before he left New York to
return to London.
Mr. Janner revealed that af-
ter the appointment of the five
Americans to the praesidium.
the Board had cabled its protest
to Ova New York headquarters
of the Conference, but had re-
ceived no reply. In addition,
he said that it was "essential"
that a Board representative
should have attended ih> meet-
ing in Paris between an Israeli
delegation and the praesidium.
but the Board was not invited
to send such a delegate. He
said there should not have been
"manipulations" to prevent the
attendance at the meeting of a
Board representative.
L. Bakstansky. general secre-
tary of the Zionist Federation of
Britain, opposed passage of the
resolution demanding Board rep-
resentation on the praesidiu :.i.
He insisted that nothing be done
to delay the opening of negotia-
tions with Germany.
ency,
where he attended the talks of
the Israelis and the praesidium
of the Conference on Jewish
Claims, said that the Jewish or-
ganizations from outside Israel
would form their own separate
delegation for the purpose of con-
ducting separate negotiations
with the Germans.
Minister Sharett told the la-
porters at the airfield that dur-
ing a half-hour meeting with
British Foreign Secretary An-
thony Eden a variety of mu-
tually interesting problems had
been discussed and that no
developments on the proposed
Middle East command could be
expected until after the forth-
coming meeting of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization in
Lisbon. Ha refused to speculate
on Israel's future role in re-
lation to the Middle East com-
mand because of the uncer-
tainties of the Anglo-Egyptian
talks on which the command
will be based.
Meanwhile, the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews in London
adopted a resolution calling on
the Conference on Jewish Ma-
Mount Sinai Jubilee To Ease Debt;
Jewish Floridian Prints Supplement
Edward Warburg
View Decline Of
Discrimination
Ed Sullivan will head a Night
of Stars parade at the Miami
Beach Auditorium next Thurs-
day evening, February 28th, when
Mount Sinai Hospital's Second
Annual Jubilee rings up its cur-
tain for an expected capacity
audience.
It is anticipated by hospital
officials, that some 3.000 persons
will participate in Mount Sinai's
parade, funds from which will
be used to eradicate a debt of
$150,000 incurred last year as a
result of medical services offer-
ed in the hospital's many clinics
on a free and part-free basis.
Executive Director Samuel
Gertner, in emphasizing the im-
portance of the Jubilee, stated
that Mount Sinai's debt is all
the more significant since the
ALBANY (JTA) Racial and
religious discrimination in em-
ployment was reduced in 1951,
in New York State, the State | total represents medical aid ren-
Commission Against Discrimina- dered to persons of all races ar.d
tion said in its annual report toicreeds. "The Greater Miami Jew-
the Governor made public here.' ish Federation contributed S96,
ing hand in medical research and
teaching techniques in the South,
Max Orovitz, president of Mount
Sinai, pointed out that such pro-
grams were as important to a
medical center as were proper
methods in healing of the ill. He
indicated that Mount Sinai look-
ed toward research programs of
increasing scope.
A Mount Sinai Hospital Sup-
plement has been published this
week in the Jewish Floridian on
pages 7B through 10B. Photo-
graphs and stories highlight the
hospital's activities in teaching,
research, women's auxiliary, so-
cial service and the Jubilee, main
fund-raising function of the med-
ical center
The report emphasized that
discrimination still existed, and
that constant vigilance and re-
peated educational efforts were
necessary to insure lasting re-
sults.
000 to offset the $253,000 deficit,
but it remains incumbent upon
all residents of the area tc? show
their faith in Mount Sinai's work
by participating in our annual
affair," he said.
Stressing the hospital's increas- the dance.
Bernstein Assumes Post
WALTHAM. MASS. (JTA)
Leonard Berstein. conductor-com-
poser, assumed his new duties as
director of the Brandeis Univer-
sity School of Creative Arts, it
was announced this week. Under
his direction, the school will in-
tegrate courses in music, drama,
creative writing, the tine arts and


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Report Rally Meeting To List Quota
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I the tempo of our CamPai.n
fir am from this date f,l.^
tosetdenn,,, ,1,,,!,;,^
divisions in order to preoar.,
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has raised
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lion on March 16th. it
y Fred K. Shochet.
airman,
reater ,
I Iv 400 workers, in-
chairmen. majors.
- and Campaign advisory
The
Hebrew Academy
Fathers' Club
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an expected to attend
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en r..-,:: .p. ::.-: ,.-.-. -. ..::.. _...;., by Dan b. Ruskin. presi-
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: Carl Weinkle for all
rkers in Dade County to hear
pi is report. Among cam-
Mi paigB expected to be
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rreatei < Treasurer Charles Fruchtman
r ..-_...... .... ,-,.
Secretarv Mrs.
-: Campaign
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is th first opportunity
as for all Campaign workers to
in preliminary reports on
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY oo
EDITORIAL
V || M I I S|* P.Ht'
U7A General Choinnan Edward M. M. ''.' -
burg has cqz.r. e~pr.^;:red the ::~:.z. r.at-re
o! the 1952 Appeal Campaign.
When fe meets with the r.z:::r. s drlerrte; on
Sunday a: the Saxony Hotel some i. = za wil
be represented. Zr.e number re:h;t:s .= indicative
of the broad scope c: -..= year = drive t;r tur.cs
None of those preserv we ~e zer.z.r. will be-
come acquainted with tr::= unknown Jo them
ot prese.-.t- the "_"r.:te= Jewish Appeal has most
*compe*e.-.v/ zr.z z- many occasions rvcitr-.r.ec"
'its need.
But de'.szz-~s wil] re c.ver. rr. ::r:::j-::v tc
. ie-exarr.:r.e the.: past efforts :.-. the hch't c: Isrre! s
current z..z'r.\ Thev will reeve aJ] :e .rr. rressec
with the current necessity :t z.z.r.z :r. the :.-z.
the new Jewish
stages c: : rr.~s =
s-ate.
Whal s most significant aboul the Appeal's
request for funds .= thai :i; monies collected z:e
free' .s;:e. ce::rr.e.r r.t ber.e! ciarv t: ~hieh fee
burdens which -us: ultimately ce recce with
.-erest Contributions can thus re -sec unstint-
inglywithout z- eve toward econornizinc :r
::ec:...c ^.ce funds 'c re usec .-? = letter :::
:: = ; if sec
-*rec:e: ''-'-:.:. .-:- cccept with r ce
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I<'iihh rali< Discriminate,,
America is currently buildina nir K I
Near East. The political and mUiiary Z*4
such construction can not be argued Th 4
resent this country's answer to the dunl- Iepl
the Soviet's cry concerning peace. pJlClty atf
But we must look with great alarm a,
Army s policy as it has set forth to stem tk
of silent and diplomatic aggression rJ ,
ports indicate that military officials have SJ
ed an unwritten agreement; they will Udl
laii'iak UaU Bee.**!..-------- _____. n0[ hijj|
SPREADING DEMOCRACY?
Human Relations
- 3aa0uncement early this week thai the
jaegsor. Memorial Hospital anticipates admitting
Negrc physicians to its medical stall -us: be
we.comed cy residents c: -he G:ec:e: Miami crec
with pride and satisfaction.
Only recently we wrote to these columns oi
-.e ur.searesa-ec audience which bailed ::~~:z
Move To Admit
Negro Doctors

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th their.."'1
ttirg th \ .
that th.
In favor of t
| en it
" ; """man I tl
board.
'-r; ere are 1 Negr
B> Miami, and fou .-. &r<
' the Dade Countv
medical Ass tal n. By way of
. th*; c-
fcted It is agreed-there is
'- t. help of the N
' rs in the care of Negro pa-
tients in the hospital. It is also
agreed that any doctor who cares
tor tie sick, needs the association
and consultation of his col-
leagues.-
Itc Marion Anderson during a concert at
the Dade bounty Auditorium. Now, still another
zs-pe?. :: Miami's ever-growing cultural expres-
:: down the barriers of discrim-
It .s precisely in the world of art and science
race discriminatory practices least
::: "here, man's highest ideals are often
-"- Miami s recognition of this blight, and
an, specks well for inter-group r^c-
tions the near future.
We trust that subtle observations in the press
regarding necessity, circumstance and invention
are nothing more than the journalist's cynicism
that is so characteristic of his profession. But if
there is truth to the supposition (as has been im-
plied the! Jackson Memorial find itself short-
hended and has seen fit to admit Negro physic-
ians by way of solving the medical manpower
problem, we ought continue nontheless to regard
the hospital's action as another step in a positive
direction.
We can only surmise how much time will pass
Jewish help. Engineers, construction work! ,
organisation experts are deliberately hZl \
eluded from the Near Eastern mass effort 9 *
The discriminatory practice was py. j I
New York, following^ announcement j
most none of the many Jewish applicants for tL
overseas projects was accepted. The Arm
well as government circles, apparently have0l
plausible reason. Pointing to the tension that
ists between the Arab League and Israel, Z\
feel that it would be unsound for Jewish WttfaJ
to invade the field. Embarrassment of the And
might engender lack of cooperation.
American foreign policy has already been
heavily criticized both at home and abroad fa
fostering European and Eastern leaders lonq
jected by the areas' indigents. Such a policy j,
regrettable and at times understandable. The leal
of Soviet aggression has forced this countryi|
policy-makers to turn to them as a somewhat unj
reasonable alternative.
But surely, so far as the construction of bases
and the hiring of Jewish help are concerned, ouj
government has seen fit to accept the most un-
tenable of all its positions. In an effort to allorl
Arab ill-feeling, it has reduced American Jews til
second rate citizenship.
America's military operations in the NearEcs!
have been designed to protect specific freedoa
we cherish. The discriminatory practice so tariff I
drawn up and accepted by the Army makes o!
these freedoms a mockery. Our own govern-
ment's duplicitythe distinction between ideal|
and practicebecomes one more confusing char-1
acteristic for weary Europe and the East to I
ponder.
IK oil Cross Sets
March <>oal
5259.9:
I
nnual M


f the
tained in 1

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in al ut 150
and s Z city
i will do t
The Count' Ch
' activi
? -' I bv a
- a of 34 paid empl
: mporarily en-
l for the duration of the
iund dnvi
before the rest of the South falls behind Miami
in the intelligent handling of human relations,
Meanwhile, we shall continue avidly to search
for further diminution of segregation, so sympto-
matic of everything that stands opposed to social
progress.
Winn Unveiling
dication of a monument
tl late Jean
: I860 SW
place Sun-
12]
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"
On Jewish Hour
Beginning this Sunday aft*
February 24th." Jacob
Schachters Jewish Variety Hour
will devote a 15-minute portion
of its presentation to C. Israel
Lutsky. veteran showman.
Known as the Jewish Philos-
opher. Lutsky will bring to the
Miami audience the flavor of his
ire presented over
station WEVD for
He WlU (over the i
h culture, including

scholars, scientists and a I
an philos

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\
'....
2:30 to 2:45 p.m.
Nazi Scientist To
Be Dropped From
US Air Force
WASHINGTON JTA) Dr
pg
' led t tment of mi
ical sciei [ Hit
I : : ment of th. US M\
' 'e expiration of hi
:
Dej irtri |
.\ Force S

Th..
testt
B "
.u AV' !''''' -hock
hat Dr. Walt, i | *
ommand of Nazi
is i w serving V
our own armed a $L
ation Med.c.ne," the pro-
"Sc.hreiber's name fieurov
Dr. Henry Field To Give Forbes
Hawkes Lectures At University
Henry Field, eminent an- Man with eieht dionr.anas and
nd archeologist, will exhibits illustrating the last 250.-
r rbes Hawk. > Scinir 000 vears of human d. velopmer.!.
|t the University of Mi- Dr. Field is a member of man;
i. March 18th ar.d 19th. accord- American and foreign learned s6-
Dr. Julian D. Corrington, cieties and has twin been United
lairman tor the annual States delegate to international
SJ. ,u I meetings. He has published sever.
unlor tfte most widely traveled monographs on Southwestern
inetists, Dr. Field is Asia and more than 250 article;
' internationally for his an- in various popular and scientific
Ln -. ',! h from the journals. His book, include The
nal to the Caucasus. He Anthropology Of Iraq. Sinai
gaged in archeological Sheds New Light On The Bible.
in Europe. Africa ar.d Mex- and Contributions To The Anth-
iri<. ^, ropolocv Of Iran.
-Eur .? AfmA,n,Amplist Th* Forbes Hawes Science Lee-
will b.-the i,Ar k A'U' I1";'' tu" were established at the L'i-
firs lecture March '.h if""1!8 vorsilv of Miami by Mrs" ^
will present toric if^" When hS i Hawkes in 1946. in n emory of
humorous ;: ^"K" a,nd : her husband. Dr. Hawkes, who o:
DevU-Worshionew KrJ? A tne 03 years was chief sur-l'"n
Bedouins \\\"Ka.^Ma's i^f P^nyterian Hospital.
at the
if.., 7, *""'<. me iviasai oi
Kon.va. the Osetes of the Cauea-
s:.br w,MHhlS SCCOnd ,ccture, Dr. Field
Man In'r A."Cicnt A^ Modern
wiU ,n?.l,^'Uthwi'sU'rn Asia. This
t'e d' g'?phic accoun i
,\^.}nbuUon of Stone Age sites
i e H Phr,sial characters of
modern dwellers in the Fertile
C.escent. linking them to t p
,'', n "/Plants, the excava-
and e l;, d?V wheeled veWcte
p tlH t-'Tliest forms of writine
in 1-150 t ,1^ 1 extensive trip
( 1: ?,- 1 'q' I""1- '"' persiaS
anud across Saudi
ave B'ven Dr. Ki.ld
Arabia,
firsthand
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rmAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1952
+Je*lstiFk)rM/ain
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Indict Klan Head
On Postal Charge
TAIXAHASSEE (AJP) The
kingpi'1
,f the hooded hatemen,
ago urged
ar down the
at Miami
hot water this
Srveral months
Jewish seawall
52?'with Federal authorities.
"taSfing Bill Hendrix.
ftfflKKi of the Florida Ku
K u" Klan. was indicted on
charges ol violating the postal
taws.
According W ;i
four-count in-
^irtmcnt returned here, Hendrix
d of mailing libelous and
defamatory postcards to Drew
Governor Warren and
prominent Florid-
Iee Stars Appear At Coliseum Tonite
Headlining the Cavalcade of
talented variety skating stars, old
favorites and new hopefuls, amid
a wonderland of almost a thous-
and costumes, scenic effects and
stirring music, the lavish Holiday
On Ice Of 1952 will make its
fifth annual visit to Greater Mi-
ami at the Coral Gables Coliseum
tonight, February 22nd. There
will also be a matinee on Sunday,
February 24th, at 2:30 p.m.
Among the popular ice favor-
ites who have thrilled audiences
here before are Michael Meehan,
the acro-adagio team of Norris
and Payne, Leo Freisinger and
Pearson,
several other
""The Klan chieftain grumbled
that he was a victim of perse-
cution." _____________
Lyons To View
Human Riqhts Covenant
At 1:30 this afternoon, Norman
r Lyons will discuss a Report
On The UN Human Rights Cov-
enant over station WMBM.
On Sunday, at 2 p.m., Lyons
will view the development of the
iudiciarv system in Israel. Over
Station WTTT, at 8:30 a.m., on
Sunday, he will present a dis-
cussion "ii Brotherhood Week.
Lyons appears regularly on Jac-
ob Schachter's Jewish Hour.
Tri llctaN
Elect Officers
elected officers of Tri
n t'cei age council of the
Jewish Commun-
Ailene Drevich,
Linda Kaplan, vice
B< verly Katims, re-
ry; Loretta Bern-
ndii i etary;
n, treasurer; San-
g auditor; Saundra
, n : t anus; and
S :: chaplain.-
tallati 'ii dinner, was
Cha y's H< staurant last
10th. FJinor Davis is
new junior advisor.
Harry Simonhoff. aurthor of
the popular Jewish Floridian
column, I'll Say. is currently
in South Africa. Delayed in
overseas air service, the column
will not be published this week.
Cantor Abraham Seif will be
featured in an Annual Concert
tomorrow evening, 8 p.m., at
the Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion. MIS Euclid Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. Others participat-
ing will be the Cantors Berele
Kelemer, Jacob Tambor and
Maurice Mamches.
VOTE FOR
Harold Ross, Jr.
Constable. District 2
v >! Mlai Poll \ tdi my
Y"r Vote Will Ba Appreciated
his daughter, Joan, and wife,
Mae, juggler Bobby May, funny
man Ted Meza and little Jackie
Grant.
Outstanding newcomers are
Joan Hyldoft, who joins the Holi-
day cast alter many triumphs
throughout the nation, and Jinx
Clark and Rudy Richards, two
young people who present
rhythm-skating numbers.
No Holiday On Ice show would
be complete without those Ole
Memory Laners, Mae Freisinger
and Phil Hiser. Jackie Grant has
stepped out of the ranks of the
ensemble to become partner of
Leo Freisinger in a pair entitled
Puttin' On The Dog, and young
Bill Blocker, West Coast Cham-
pion, whose professional skating
career had been interrupted by
military service.
The 1952 edition of Holiday On
Ice is conceived and directed by
Russell Markert, of Radio City
Music Hall fame. Mail orders
should be addressed to the Colis-
eum, 1500 Douglas Road, Coral
Gabies.
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HELEN ALPERT
HERE'S THE HEADLINE!
SENSATIONAL is the news about Margaret and Ben Yomen.
inxj 13 tac news awui i'ioiyoici a.w &*" ...,.
The stupendous success of their Jewish Folk Chorus concert on
atched by the huge personal recognition directed
-aywith Israel's special invitation to him to par-
and
20
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY gq
Thursday is ma
Ben Yomen's way
ticipate in the Jewish Festival held, I think, in Tel-Aviv
I know it's in August .
Ben Yomen is to conduct 100 voices. He's already chosen -
irom his Greater Miami choral group, and will select an additional
60 from the rest of the nation Triumphant tours seem now to
be their destiny. Foltewing their magnificent concert just now.
the Ben Yomens received a special plea to duplicate it in Cuba
and fly to Havana on Friday to make arrangements ... In the
effing is a Jacksonville debut, too .
As you know, the audience was packed with applauds: a W -
ingtcmans who begged the group to stage an annual such concert,
featuring Cantor Jacob Barkin Enthusiasts included J ;
Cherner and Charles Fruchlman. with bines of scats Typical
reaction came from Joe Mooney, who said: "I knew the concert
was going to be good, because Margaret Ben Yomen said so. Bui
I never expected this incredible and spectacular efiecton every-
body!"
SMALLER HEADLINE:
Well, at last there it isrr.y story about the publicity busir.> -
in this February issue I Write! Digest I s they'n
in two instalments. Next m nth they say : will tell "how ti I
clients, what to chargi i gi ... ... i will m : .Mrs. jacK
make good publicity." ... I plucked a copy off th< newsstands \j : the
net t.-.inking I was .- th< : has a deter- |aj( -
mined head jutti ut use] in her neckand I b
neither that deten nor I at .-- tmenl I muscles ;: -
ever, I deter to herit's Fannie Hurst I:
\. hat I wi : : it:
."NSPIRATION:
M
1SS
licne Herman
cd To Mam*
Kngatf
Mi and Mrs .' se| Bei a
of 3150 S\V 23i Si eel M
.: ent o! their
ightei [liene, to Lt. Jei m
M. Rauzm, s m i Mrs. Jack
:ngs
American machinery, talented hands and redeemed human be-
are the working motifs behind the unique Israeli Fashion
show at Copa City en Monday. see
;". J< '- Ms .. Bl Bl : :- V
c :.: r. Jeanette Simon ts 1 oriental
<-'-' rket and studi nts
E '
'. tly k< yn ting aproi
utilitarian
The shew and brunch are the chapter project of Greater
Miami Hadassah groups, Models are the Mesdames Lecr.ard
Glasser. Larry Singer Arthur Slsrr.berg. Julius Mufson. Alvin
Hichler. Ree;:: Weiti Howard Pclas. Harvey Salomon, Jerome
Sangerman Harry Mufson, Jay Jacobi, Jack Mir.lzer. Albert Pcl-
_;:* Stanley Perlmar Gccrge Weinger, Morgan Alvey, Phi ip
Hodan, Harry Er.c.. MUi Toby Gerard scrr.e of them, for::
r:::ess;cr.a.s.
DN TCURs
. ... '' :" : -" i in A
.'. ine. Thousai delegates
stop in ".'' ; ngtoi :
! ; }: final stop ma' that v r-
. ":.".: -.;
Hole Assi D ris K
.....
' everybody swapj I gift it being D
'- ais ...
Ada Greenfields wonderful secret is revealedher captivat-
LT9- .^rr!r'Ca'S a Beau'""l Word" zippered up a contract
-ounr. fh w w ,0P JEtH ^USe' Fam Music Corp Para
: en fjl W' !n ""fjj *"* her song's a potential music
aie to the classic America the Beautiful'"
F t Milwaukee. '''.-
'.-.- ect gra lated
high I th She is
: i C ... Ga l< -
Y ing A ..' ague i
M
til Nat
Lt. 1
Hig S
thi Gi rgi ''. Academj
thi ii :. f Tech-
nology
: I I 1
my sudden flat tire fixed. Drenched af a rihW?! 1 52 .t0 v9"
blocks ... GOSH THANKS' ? hi i f^^ed up traffic for
FLORIDA AUTHOR^: ^ "^ hm l *"**
no, SffsajssysXm%srfL^but reven*
Public Library_and it's "wilte Thi. t hvr^Z In ,he Miami
isn't. Mrs. Douqlas is the Sonhit t\,-w ?, a ,hln9' and ,here
' TH=T KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED":
Constance Ljpcbinsky
Winer In Evening Cei
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Roy iipchinsky.
i | 526 15th Street. Miami
Bia< i. nn< unce the marriage of
hi ir daughter, Constance, to Wil-
bur A Win< r, si n Of Mr. and Mrs.
Russi W r, 6460 SW 25th
Strei t.
Thi wielding took place last
Sunday evening at the Lincoln
v ith Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man ting.
The bride was given away by
fathi i nd wore a white net
and lace floor-length gown with
short sleeve? and sweetheart
Her skirt was three-
offsel by white, lace
tlets An i-lbow-length veil
of illusion was capped by a head-
piece net i-nd lace. White or-
chids i n a Bible with, streamers
: :.bb'>n and stephanotis aug-
i I the rridal ensemble.
Maid of honor was Miss Carol
Katzman in an aqua net baller-
skirt Miss Janice
inior bridesmaid in a
pir.k tlni r-length gown of net.
i.i r Goldstein was best man,
with Leonard Askowitz and Lar-
ry Lipchinsky serving as usher
and junior usher, respectively.
The newlywed Mrs. Lipchin-
sky graduated from the Miami
High School and attended
the University of Miami. The
student at the Uni-
vi rsity ': Missouri.
A reception followed the cere-
at the Lincoln Manor. ]
. Ide's mother, Mrs.
Roy I ty, appeared in a
pun silk ballerina- !
: tucked bodice.
Mot f the bi idegroom, Mrs. I
'V: i : ppean-d in an oy- '
111 nna-length skirt. |
F :: wing their return from a
Miami Hvbretv
Srhaol ProparvH
I'n viin Hall
' n Ball "
: Mil i H rew S ..nd
Congregal .: e held on
Sun it at
the Eli ".. n Hall, 1650
N\v :: Vvenu
Chai ffair is David
Kltbei ers supporting hi
Mes a Pauline Soki l-
Herbert Feld.n
and Edwai I L. Becker. Journal;
M: had Blank, tickets: and;
Harry Minkoff, raffle.
Herbert Feldin, chairman of j
the entertainment committee, an- |
nounces Manny Gates an'! ]
his orchestra will provide music i
for dancing. A floor show is also
being prepared, he indicated.
Weds Wilbur
'emoay On Beach
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Segal, of 4701 Alton
Road. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Shol-
om tomorrow morning. Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will officiate.
Beach Mizrachi
The Miami Et-acn Gaup of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization
will held a meeting tomorrow ev-
ening. 8 p.m.. at Whitman Hall.
Beth Jacob Synacogue. Mrs. Ida
Weasel will preside.
a'' '^*vT^l 'VM
Mrs. Wilbur A. Winer
wedding trip on Miami Beach, the
couple will reside at 2898 Welt
Flagler Street.
Miss Postman
Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Coe, of 1840
SW 24th Street, Miami, annour.ee
the betrothal of then dau
Leila Dorothy, to Stuart Paul
Po.--trr.an. i I Mi J lies '.V
P >-:nar. J ia, !'
Flushing, New York I
late Beatrici Postma
Going Formal? ^fi
Ftrmal Wenr \iWF that ii frethly YJ&*-"\
cleaned, smartly lvK" '^^j
tyled. proptrly II,. Win
fitted. I i
Complete outfit! t j tlf II
including ihoca. T
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FEBRUARY 22, 1952
+Jnist> Htridfar
PAGE 7 A
Ljjer, Schwarzmafi
pothalTold
nH Mrs Michael Fied-
KSd? SW 4th Street, Miami,
f the betrothal of their
fer BeW Irene, to Jerome
Personally Speaking
Pioneer Women Hear
Mme. Rogozik On
Immigrant Program
Membership
Entertaining their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
?tn)iumin,^cUc,,f.RuOI?e' New York' are Mr- and Mrs- Icob
Shulkin. 4416 SW 14th Street, Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler, pioneer Miamicns, celebrated
their Golden Anniversary at Copa City with members oi their
immediate family.
* *
Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, of 1236 Drexel Avenue, is re-
cuperating from a virus infection at the Miami-Battle Cieek, Mi-
ami Springs, where she will remain until Mcrrch 12th.
* *
Harold Shapiro, of 2315 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach,
has as his guests his mother, Mrs. Fannie Shapiro, and sister krael, count
Rose Shapiro, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. e. Women '
j| > b I She has also stressed the urg-
j >i ..,, ,_______ lency of absorbing immigrants in-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shembock, of 3306 Ponce De Leon to the r.ew state.
Boulevard, Coral Gables, announce the birth of their son, Ber-1 Mrs. Sandier then presented
nard. The Bris took place at the home of their parents last Mon- j fPecia], ,Pins t0 tre Mesdames
day. February 18th. Reverend Abraham Seif officiated. SffgffS fSJJFJSfc *5
T new members into their chapte.s.
Leaving for their homes in Brooklyn after wintering in Mi- i A musical program followed
ami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Lou Spielberger, guests at the!under tn* direction of Miss Ruth
Liberty Arms Hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiener, at the Peter
Miller Hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, Habana Hotel; and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arndt. During their stay here, the group was
entertained by the Aindt's nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Thompson, of 1241 NW 58th Terrace.
The first annual
Reception Council of Pioneer
Women was held last February
14th, at the Miami Women's
Club, with Mrs. Fred Sa'ndler act-
ing as chairman. Mrs. Bee Jaf-
fer, president of the Council, in-
troduced Mina Rogozik, the guest
speaker.
Mme. Rogozik has been touring
the states for t.-.e past several
months, expressing various phas-
es of the work accomplished by
the Working Women's Council in
nterpart oi the Pion-
in America.
RABBI
YOUNG, AMERICAN BORN
Colls- graduate, can act as
teacher and cantor. Seeking po-
sition in Florida. Write Rabbi
M., Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
ROOM & BOARD
private home. Kosher style
cooking. Special
nursing available.
PH. 82-2858
diets. Light
HOME TO SHARE
Single gentleman will share his
new home at 7585 S.W. 29th
Siiset with couple or other gen-
tlemen. Very reasonable. Call
after 3 p.m.
H
.Miss Fiedler and
Mr Sdiwarzman
and
an, son <>f Mr.
.. Scnwarzman, Wash-
on, d.C, at ;< dinner party
| lay at the Paik Avenue
j-
(ebridi li ct is a graduate of
Si ;ii .i- High School
'. riding the Uni-
lil She is Panhel-
present live ol the Delta
y ;md secre-
ty sophomore
[r. S ipas graduat-
Anaoostia High
I, VV; D.C. At pres-
. oring in
i'i'.;v ei sity of
: pn sident of
frat nity.
Brotman. Mrs. Jafler announced
the next scheduled affair for the
Council, an annual dinner to oe
held at the Sherry-Fronter.ac Ho-
tel at noon on March 9th. with
Dr. Sarar. Feder as guest of hon-
or.
Miami Academy
Uroup Holds
Miook Shower
Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter, He-
brew Academy Women, has an-
nounced that a Book Shower will
be held on Thursday evening.
February 28th, at the home of
Mrs. Clara Bear, 2135 SW 11th
Terrace, Miami.
Admission to the Shower will
be applied toward the purchase
of a selected group of books.
Mrs. Abe Klein is in charge of
arrangements and will be as-
sist) 1 by the Mesdames Bernard
Klein. J. Imberman, H. Resnick,
Max Kunst, D. Green and B.
Stern.
Youngman Appears Before Beth Sholom Club
Henny Youngman was the fea-
tured attraction at the Open
Membership Smoker of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom,
last night, in the King Arthur
Room of the Saxony Hotel.
"The Men's Club has dedicat-
ed itself to creating a spirit of
warmth and hospitality at Beth
Sholom. In addition to fostering
this spirit of good fellowship, the
Club sponsors a number o: Jew-
ish camp scholarships each year.
It subsidizes the Religious School
bus, maintains a Cheer Fund so
that hospitalized members can
receive gifts through the Rabbi.
and this year, it is furnishing a
Young People's Lounge Room,"
explained Dr. Alexander Robbins,
president. _________ ______
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\n\ts festival
Jewis! Music Council of
I.. r Mia i is working cui-
Itly on plans for its Music
Rival to : e held at the Miami
h Au'iitorium on Sunday,
|rch 23rd.
ITie program committee catt-
le of Harry Boyell, Mrs. Mir-
Donnerstag, Joseph Duntov,
or Samuel Kelemer. Judge
nneih Oka. Cantor Irving Rob-
pn. Louis Sihwartzman, Can-
(Silverman, Robert Strassburg,
Irwi- Weinstein and Mrs.
old Wynn. The group holds
li-weekly meetings, working
I the script for which Robert
pssburR is cox posing the back-
lund n usic,
pe Cantor's Chorus, the Ha-
ph srid the Beth Sholom
pral Groups, the Jewish Cen-
ICroir. as well as instrumen-
ts and soloists are engaging
T tinuous rehearsals.
T" 1 ittee will be held on
Detroit Club Sees
Miss Youngerman
The Detroit Social Club will see
Miss Judith Youngerman in a
modern dance recital tomorrow
evening, February 23rd. at the
Town and Beach Club Hall, One
Lincoln Road.
Miss Youngerman will lecture
ar.d demonstrate modern creative
dances, technique, rhythmic co-
ordination and artistic expres-
sion.
Auxiliary Holds
Homo Meeting
Once each year the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged meet
at the Home, Douglas Gardens,
152 NE 53rd Street, Miami.
This year the group will ob-
serve its Homecoming Meeting on
Tuesday, February 26th, at 1 p.m.
Maurice Pearlstein, executive di-
rector, together with the residents
will be hosts to auxiliary mem-
bers.
The invocation and program,
under the direction of Pearlstein,
will be given by residents. Mrs.
Sol Silverman. president of the
Auxiliary, will officiate during
the business meeting, and reports
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Apartment Group
Meets To Map
Campaign Drive
Members of the Miami Beach
Apartment House Owners held
an organizational meeting yester-
day afternoon, it was announced
bv" Chairman Meyer Teigman.
The group met in behalf of the
1952 Combined Jewish Appeal
and set plans for a fund-raising
Brunch. Daniel Broad, recently
,1 president of the ass
tion. presented an outline for ac-
tion to guarantee complete cov-
erage of all members in the so-
licitation. Assisting with worker-
enrollment plans will be Morris
Gold and Sidnev Steiner.
Garden Luncheon
A Garden Luncheon and Card
Party will be sponsored by the
Golda Meyeraon Club on Tues-
day afternoon. February 26th.
12:30 p.rr... at 1121 SW 4th Street.
Mrs. Thelma Kitzen is chairman
of the affair. Proceeds will go to
the Child Rescue Fund.
Theatrieai iiroup
Parkagp Party
The Miami Beach Theatrical
Aits and Charity Association will
give a package party on Sunday.
1 February 24th. 8 p.m.. at the
Town and Beach Club.
Dick Hall, film star. Dan Mur-
phy, the original Baron Mun-
; chausen, and many others will
entertain. Guest speakers will be
Norman Lyons and M. H. Rosen-
housc._______________________
Ha in ma ii Wins
Eleel ion In
\ or Hi Bay
In a close election in which
North Bav Village voters chose
five councilmen on Tuesday, Fred
C. Bamman received 105 votes,
two more than his closest rival.
It was expected early this week
that Bamman would be named
mayor when the council met on
Thursday.
Others elected were Royal
Flagg Jonas. 103 votes; Theodore
Barnes. 102 votes: Harold A.
Clark. Jr.. 98 votes: and Hymen
Lake. 96 votes.
Spinoza Fornni
Ur Isadore H. Shoulson will
address the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum on the lawn o the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, H Street and Ocean Court. Miami
Beach, tomorrow afternoon, i
p.m. .
Dr Shoulson's topic is sched-
uled s: Can We Civilize Our Civ-
ilization0 A ouestion and answer
I will follow M. \ Azar will
the- recite passages from Snolom
Aleichem. Charles H. Lee will
preside,
Form New Classes
At Beach Center School
Ben Zion Ginsburg. chairman
of the Religious School Board,
announces t: at new Hebrew
School classes will open this Week
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter in honor of the observance
of National Hebrew Month.
The decision to open the class-
es was made during last week's
School Board meeting. Applica-
tions will be taken daily for
students between the ages of 7
to 10. at the School oftice. 1701
Washington Avenue.
raiDAY.FFJRUApy^^
< hihhrns Home
Holds iMneheon
On Tuesday, February 26th, 12
noon, the Annual Donor Lunch-
eon "f the Greater Miami Chap-
ter. National Home for Jewish
Children in Denver, will be held
at the Vagabond Club.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of the
Coral Cables Community Center,
will speak on The Asthmatic
'Child. Mrs. Mel Crane is chair-
i man "f the affair. Proceeds will
!., used habilitation of dependent child-
ren suffering from asthma and
o1 ei allergic diseases.
Brown Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mary
Brown, formerly of 3885 NW 2nd
Street, will take place Sunday,
February 24th, at Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery with Rabbi Morris Skop
officiating. Mrs. Brown is sur-
vived by her husband, Abraham,
and her son. Ed. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Mon-
ument Company; friends and rel-
atives are asked to be present.
B'nai B'rith To
Hold Member
Drive March \s
ford M. Swerdlin have t \
Pgnted co-chairXe,*f
March B'na. Brith memLj
campaign m Greater S
has been announced hv M. Aronovitz, piesirloni :n
B-nai B'rith Council'"!51
r lorida.
The one-rnor.th concerted,
bership drive to be heW i
March 1st through March'
will be an olfice building,'
paign. Local B'nai B'rith lM
will canvas all office buS
in Miami to enroll membtl
the Order B'na, B'rith 3
world's oldest and largest
ice organization, havir.
founded more than log
ago.
Included among the at
of B'nai B'rith is the Anti-I
ation League. Hillel Foun
and the Leo N. Levi v
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PAGE-9 A
5 Shefner To
Appear In Reading
U Lyceum
|R shefner will deliver a lec-
Lre on the subject. Sources Of
Irish Humor The Laughter Of
feolem Aleichem, on Friday,
Buy 22nd, 8 P.m., at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
fashi'ngtnn Avenue.
Ishafm: studied at the Univer-
Itv'of Vienna, where he major-
I in Economics and Social Sci-
l .s jje as co-editor of the
Ldish daily, Volkszeitung, in
bflBW, for 10 years, until the
1,'ii,'.. invasion, He was also
Resident for many years of the
fcmnization of Jewish Writers
[id Journalists of Poland. Two
his books of essays, Other-
Use and Link, were published
Warsaw just before World
bar II.
fsir.ce his arrival in this coun-
Lv 10 years ago. Shafner has
ten connected with the Jewish
Lily Forward, where he writes
Iweeklv column.
Maglvr-Uranada
Sii>h IIin ma
Members of the Drama Group
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will present
the play. Escape By Moonlight,
Sunday, February 24th, at 830
p.m.
Starring in the one act drama
will be Mildred Newman, Sam
Kirschner, Irving Lax and Lil
Stewart.
A Jewish Music program will
then be piesented by the Music-
Committee, commemorating Na-
tional Jewish Music Month. An
exhibition and demonstration of
folk dancing, will be given by
Rose Schein.
Admission will be canned food,
to be used at the Carnival Bazaar
which will be held March 8th and
9th.
Laurel Court Meets
Laurel Court No. 11, Order of
the Amaranth, will hold its reg-
ular meeting on Monday even-
ing, February 25th, 8 p.m., at 215
NW 4th Street.
'V.-u-Ihts Hold
S*-miI Seminar
The second session of the He-
brew Teachers' Seminar will be
held tomorrow evening at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The first hour, from 8 to 9 p.
m., will be devoted to the gen-
eral problem of Methods Of
Teaching Hebrew, with Harry
Perach-Kwitney, instructor at the
Hebrew Academy, presenting
Methods Of Teaching Hebrew
Giammar To Beginners. The sec-
ond hour, from 9 to 10 p.m., will
continue with Modern Hebrew
Literature. Joshua Stadlan, of the
faculty of the Hebrew Academy,
will discuss the contents of Orot,
Israeli literary journal.
The Seminars are open to all
Miami area and are sponsored
jointly by the Bureau of Jewish
Hebrew teachers in the Greater
Education and the Hebrew
Teaniiers' Association of Greater
Miami. David Freedman, instruc-
tor at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will act as chairman at
the sessions.
Review Features Talk
On Bloody Precedent
On Tuesday, February 26th,
1:15 p.m., at Temple Beth Shol-
om, Miami Beach, the Tuesday
Review will present Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein in a review of the
book. Bloody Precedent, by Fleur
Cowles.
The project is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah, with Mrs. Sol Leslie serv-
ing as chairman.
Mrs. Sandier Has
Lawn Party At Home
Mrs. Fred A. Sandier will be
hostess for a lawn party at her
home, 1758 SW 23rd Street, Mi-
ami, on Wednesday, February
27th, in honor of the Kadimah
Chapter, Pioneer Women.
Games will follow the lunch-
eon. Mrs. Sandier will be assisted
by the Mesdames Harry Stone,
David Meltzer, Maurice Coulton,
Irving Bayer and Michael Sch-
wartz. Proceeds of the affair will
go to the Moazit Hapoalit._____
slioli'iniiis Hear
Dr. Miehelson
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, direc-
tor ol the Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami, will be
guest speaker at the Sholem
Lodge Luncheon Club today,
noon, in the Miami Colonial Ho-
tel.
In commemoration of George
Washington's birthday, Dr. Mich-
elson will discuss: George Wash-
ington And Early American Jew-
ry.
Dr. Michelson, visiting profes-
sor of History at the University
of Miami, received his doctor's
degree at the George Peabody
University in Nashville, Tennes-
see. Prior to his arrival here in
1948, Dr. Michelson was a pro-
fessor of History at Tennessee
State University.
Milton Friedman Talks
Milton A. Friedman, National
B'nai B'rith Youth Commissioner,
addressed the Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Women at the Jewish Cen-
ter, 320 Palermo Avenue, last
Tuesday evening.
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Plan Free Vacations For Koroan
Veterans In Miami Bench Hotels
OperationK Vets
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T ird Ai
man

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.. eek-1 va itions n ''
as s ii -'-
lels Fasl ting the de-
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nte:
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pen ting aim st r.pletel; I
_:vo t':-ft :. .>' ~>
i Korean vet* rans their wives
children. ing in the
month of May and (\-rnding
ugh the toll ing Oct ei
"Many people regard the K r-
:an conflict as a dur.-< ut wi n
get the valor, her >ism and or.-
Yanks
the V '
ure wi!
A ing K vetei
.
lions i Mia
gma pi
ator G M E > '
Rivkind
Hotel
Ass ( ati n. Transpoi
also an I i ;
let
N i an L I pson
Army Headquarters.
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Ma West "and
.1 will show the men
have been fighting in Korea
that the people a: home have
rot forgotten them. For n
it will be the only op-
poitunity for their enjoying the
luxuries of the facilities at Mi-
ami Beach."
Obituaries

____^roAY- FEBRUARY-y> ,j

i
Officials of the Miami Beach Hotel Association and representatives
:f the Miarr.i Arrr.y ana Air Forces recruilir.g Station meet to dis-
cuss plans fcr entertaining Korean war veterans and their families
3> guests of the various Beach hotels during the coming summer
season. Reac.r.g from left to right. Major Herman L. West. Com-
mar.dirg Ofiicer: Sgt. Lynwood V. Pelhsrr.: Samuel Kaplan.
Executive Secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Association; and
Sgt. Taylor. Seated, Abe Birenbaum. President of the MBHA.
MIAMI BEACH'S STAGE
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Have Joint Meeting
[rs ] Bt-rman and
-.. co-chairmen of
Study Sub-Committee,
Jewish Commun-
Nu rj Sch '"Is. an-
.nt meeting of
: Groups of the
Jewish Cei ter nursery
>ls v. ill take place on
,.. February 27th, 8
at the Flagler-Gianada
'. the Greater Miami
h Community Center.
How To Keep The Pre-School
: Well, will be discussed by
nel of parents. Dr. Maurice
Blinskj will present material re-
lative to nutrition and feeding.
Dr. Leon Shalloway will discuss
Contagious Diseases And Immun-
:-.. and Dr. George Gittle-
son's subject will be: Accident
Prevention Ar.d First Aid.
Private School*
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The Private School AtuvJ 1
lion of Dade County h,
monthly meeting on rhu 1
February 14th, a J
tat.ve plans for 1
cation Association C .nvpnt "I
be held here in April"Ventl0l
The Privat, >
lion U making preparations!
a luncheon at that time. lo "h:J
leaders in Florida education (
be invited. The Association v\
take an active part m the Cow
vention by sending delegates J
meetings and by inviting dele.
gates to speak to Associate
! groups.
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Februarv 28th, 8 p.m., at the
Beth El' Hall. Honored will be
Dr. Isa.it Unterman on the rec-
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p,v FEBRUARY 22, 1952
*J**M>fk>r*/ten
manuel Celler,
Lor Herskovitz
Lear Jointly
.Mcitv audii nee heard
[ Cantor Bela
p hief cantor
-,, -! Sun-
trip to Is-
I faith that
. Government
I : the new
I : ,;;nl
T 135 investment
Vh.h. ex| Import Bank.
I can Jews are
I ca|| to continue
rexpn ",h, bv ^RfH
f Bonds on BIG
I Sunday, March 9th.
Intur Herskovits, now mus-
fdirector of tl Ocean Park-
jewish Center, Brooklyn,
K York, then appeared in a
krt of liturgical, operatic and
i music.
tmpl* Israel
tterhood
the a Funds
l. J Gerald Lewis, 617 East
do Drive, and Mrs. Abraham
loaum. 1T27 Meridian Av-
l were among Temple Israel
I'rhood members who tender-
lir.ner parties prior to the per-
lance of Trey Knew What
Wanted, at the Ring Thea-
|Ot Wednesday evening.
Ends raised from the sell-out
fcrmance will go to the Col-
Zwitman Sabbath School
|ri:ng. The committee in
I : arrangements included
I Albert Rosenthal,
id Ritas, David Brezin, Her-
iKaufman, Ellard Conn, Sam
jjtein, Mai >ld Thurman, Hen-
t tatti r and Harry Boyell.
:it : the Sisterhood is
Id Schwartz.
PAGE 11 A
kmen's Club Party
I V. men's Club, Workmen's
[ 6(2. will give a card
fc on Sunday evening, Feb-
F 24th. 7 p n .. at 25 Wash-
In Avenue Mrs. I. Spivack
be chairman of the affair.
*%
Soma Weiss, of Miami
pen appears on Simon Seid-
P Jewish Forum every Sun-
P U a.m. to 12 p.m.. over
|^n WFEC. in song reper-
recitations.
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Miami Branch Lists
Time Changes In
Gymnasium Classes
Girls' and women's gymnasium
classes at the Miami,Branch, Jew-
ish Community Center, have b( en
changed from Thursday evenings
to Monday evenings, it was an-
nounced early last week.
The time schedule will remain
the same, with girls meeting at
7:30 p.m.. and women's calisthen-
ii a beginning at 8:40 p.m. Net ac-
tivity will be at 9 p.m., while I e
Health Club is scheduled for
10 p.m. The Tuesday morning
classes at 10 a.m., will continue as
before.
The Wednesday evening gyn-
nasium class for men has been
| changed to meet Thursday eve-
nings at 8:30 p.m. The Sunday
morning classes at 10 a.m., will
continue at the same time.
LEGAL, NOTICE
Shown above arc Misrachi Women who will appear in The Mock Trial on Sunday evening. Seat-
ed, left to right, are the Mesdames Fannie Ames. Yetta Hirsh and Rose Pertes. president of Dov
Chapter. Standing are the Mesdames Jennie Weger. Clara Bear. Frances Barnett and Goldie Rosen-
berg.
Dov Chapter
Presents Play
Rehearsals for the Mock Di-
vorce Trial of Abie Schlimmiel
And Tzipe Grunie arc under way,
and the cast, under the direction
of Mrs. Rose Pertes, will ring
up the curtain on its production
sponsored by the Dov Chapter,
Mizrachi Women, Sunday, Feb-
ruary 24th, 8 p.m., at the Beth
El Congregation Hall.
The cast includes the Mesdames
Fay Lurie, Rose Newberger,
Goldie Rosenberg, Jennie Weger,
Frances Barnett, Rose Pertes,
Fannie Ames. Clara Brethals and
Lillian Garison.
Others appearing are the Mes-
technician in the police drunko-
dames Clara Pepper, Julia Leavy,
Lizzie Litt, Lillian Munster, An-
na Berkson, Gertrude Ingin, Lena
Adelsos, Clara Bear and Yetta
Hirsh.
Proceeds will go to the Israel
Matzoh Fund.
Washington Club
The Washington, D.C. Club will
j hold a meeting at the Hibiscus
j Lodge, 955 Alton Road, on Thurs-
day night, February 28th, 8 p.m.
Yiddish Hour To
Lengthen Program
Morris Nasa-
tir, director of
the Yiddish
Classical Hour,
announces that
h i s program
will henceforth
be s c heduled
from 12:15 to
1:30 p.m.. on
Fridays, o v er
station WINZ.
The 15-min-
ute extension
has been de-
signed to pre-
sent Vistas Of Israel, recently
I withdrawn from the Yiddish
Hour schedule. The feature will
be offered again as a result of
popular demand.
Nasatir also indicated that
broadcast facilities of WINZ will
soon be moved to the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
Taxpayer Group
Meets Here
Dr. Reinhold P. Wolff, Miami
Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell, as-
sistant City Manager Morris N.
Lipp and public relations director
Hank Meyer will address the
North Bay Area Taxpayers' Asso-
ciation at its first membership
Meeting Wednesday, February
27th. it was announced today by
the organization's president, E.
Albert Pallot.
Dr. Wolff's topic will be, What
A Strong Civic Organization Can
Accomplish In This Community.
Widely-known for his intensive
work in behalf of Dade County
| progress. Dr. Wolff is director of
;the Bureau of Economic Research
University of Miami.
Mayor Powell and Lipp will re-
view the pressing needs of Miami
Beach's growing community and
various steps toward their solu-
tion, with Meyer emphasizing the
role of non-political civic groups
and their contributions to their
areas.
Formed and chartered a year
ago, the North Bay Area Taxpay-
ers' Association is issuing a new
brochure this week outlining its
working aims through the com-
ing year. The meeting on Febru-
ary 27th, will be the first in a
series of actions to create a lar-
ger association embracing city-
wide membership.
It is possible," said Pallot to-
day, "that we may change our
name at this meeting, in order to
make it fully clear we are not an
organization limited solely to
residents of the North Bay Area.
Many of our members reside else-
where."
The meeting will be held at the
Miami Beach Realty Board Build-
ing, 1065 Dade Boulevard.
Nasatir
With
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PHONE 2-3161
ECONOMY
GUARANTEED
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841 niirnjnr nivd.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14752/
JACK UBBERMAS, J'laintlff
vs.
MOI.I.Y I.IEHERMAN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS MOU.IE LIEIIERMAN
Hartford Apartments
15 No. Hartford Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a BUI
Of Complaint for Divorce has Men
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a ropy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. A.
.1. KAPLAN. Attorney, 3.10 Lincoln,
Itoad, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Asnwer or Pleading i"
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th day
March, 1952. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND liliUKUKIi at Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of February,
A.P. IK",:-.
i: B, LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad.- County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. h. hick. jr..
Deputy Clerk
A. .1. KAPLAN, Esq
Kaplan. Dletl A Lasky
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
S. J. Freedman
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147525
HELEN THERE8EA BERLINSKI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
STEPHEN BERLINSKI.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn: STEPHEN BERLINSKI
:vil McLane Street
DuPont, Pennsylvania
you are required to serve < copy
of your Answer to the BUI ol
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to filr the original Ans-
wer in the < >rii.-.- c.f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before ii"- 24th
da> of Man h, 19 12: otherwise the B II
of Complaint filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, th
da) of February, 1952.
K i: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
(Seal)
By: R it. hum:, jr.
i nuts < 'lerk
MURRAY GOODMAN, At tome)
(me Lincoln Road Bulldlnji
Ml imi Beach, J loi Ida
2/22-29 : 7 II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 147511
FLORENCE M RENN, Plaintiff.
OROVER C RENN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: OROVER C. RENN
32BO 4r.111 St net
Astoria. Long island. N v
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
hereby required t<> serve a copy ol
your answer to the complaint on
plaintiff* attorney. LEONARD I..
KIMRAI'L. 22S N. E. 2nd Avenue,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before March
25th. 1WS2. in default of which the
complaint will be taken as confess.- I
against vou.
this 20th day of February.
I lated
IMS.
2/22-29
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clark of the circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida
Bv \VM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
3/714
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25279
RE ESTATE OF
AHRAHA.M N. GOODMAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of ABRAHAM N. GOOD-
MAN, deceased; and that on the 21st
day of March. 1952. 1 will apply to
the Honorable W. F. BLANTON.
County Judge of Dade Count, Florida,
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge as Administratrix
of th Estate of ABRAHAM N.
GOODMAN, deceased.
This 20th thvy f February, 19--
IJI.UAN GOODMAN
IRVING t.'YPHM. Esquire
Attorney for Administratrix .
2/12-29 3/7.14


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plORIDA.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1952
SEC. E
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1851, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
9 f
ombined Jewish Appeal Holds Array Of
locial, Gift Affairs; Hears Gitti Zand
I, Cocktail Party in behalf of
l*,MKombined Jewish Appeal
SsssKa
6d world traveler.
lvtcn->-ers of the Building
' DWision of the 1W2 Com-
Erf Jewish Appeal will con-
Ki lor a Brunch at 10 a.m. on
lundav, February 24th, in the
K Arthur Room of the Saxony
lAccordine to an announcement
I. ,,,,,, James Albert. Miss
I will also appear before his
f ., t0 n late her cxpenenc-
f it, prolorged tour
I. | n, ith Africa and the
E Easl Having spent many
rvs in the sett! ments of Galilee.
I i Negev, she is one
I. Vmei nans who have
lovn the Magic Carpet which
j the J wish people of In-
fcessible Y mi n to Israel by air
I >rt.
dera in the var-
|( :,. ids ol the Building
I Division have also been
. ,1 the first Gifts
sponsored by this
,tiD in I e current campaign.
arc Ben Ciller,
luilding Ti ides Unit chairman;
[rthur Shandloff, General Con-
I tors; Maurice Orovitz, Sub-
| Leonard Glasser,
Architects; lJules P. Channing,
fcgineers; Bon Markowitz,
[ ers; and Max Meisel, Elec-
trical Supplies.
A Cocktail Party in behalf of
Ihe Appeal will be held at the
lome of Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Bertman, 2420 Flamingo Drive,
Iliami Beach, on Tuesday, Feb-
f/uarv 26th, 8 p.m.
The social .vent is the first to
! sponsored bv the Real Estate
Division, headed by Bertman.
Henry E. Wolff is chairman of
.: Real Estate Division in Mi-
l&ir.i. and will be assisted by Har-
I. r.z.
The committee in charge of ar-
I will include Saul
A na; y, Harry Boyell, Mrs.
I ai nan, Sol Goldman,
II K. Goldman, Leo Eiser.stein,
|H. H. Lewin, Joshua Lipkin, Jules
I i an, Phil Savidusky, I. E-
IShapoif. p.,ul Sobel, Harry Sonz,
|J Po I >1, and Samuel Wtin-
Ifeld.
Pioneer Wont en
Surprise Parlu
The Pioneer Women, Club No.
2, will hold a Surprise Party and
Concert tomorrow evening, Feb-
ruary 23rd, 8 p.m., at the Park
Central Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
David Shapiro, formerly of Wis-
consin. Car.tor Paul Coslow will
head a musical program, with
Ate Dorff leading communal
singing.
Miss Mollie Kaufman will also
render several musical solos, with
Miss Jean Silver accompanying
her on the violin.
The evening will be opened by
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, chairman.
Miss Manya Shubov will act as
toastmaster.
DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS:
The American section of the
Jewish Agency rr.ay soon transfer
part of its iur.ctions to the Amer-
i< I n Zionist Council Consulta-
Wash.ington That the United
States and Britain are doing
cverythirg they can to win
Egypt's friendship even at tha
possible expense of Israel i I a
tions to this effect took place in well known fact ... Now a new
New York prior to Dr. Nahum ganger for Israel is on the horizon
Goldinann's departure It! The Jordan parliament has-
seems that all parties involved i without much publicity-vo^ed
are in agreement on a plan under \ n favor of merging Jordan with
Iraq Such a merger would
not have spelled much danger for
Israel had King Abdullah been
alive ... It was known that the
assassinated ruler of Jordan was
inclined toward a permanent
peace with Israel.. And this was
which the work of the American
Zionist Council will be greatly
expanded Mrs. Rose Halprin
may become co-chairman of the
! Council and share leadership with
| Louis Lipsky Benjamin Brow-
dy is also considered for co-chair-
manship of the American Jewish
George Bertman
loin Alpha Pi
Mnstnils Offieern
The University of Miami
Alumni Chapter of Iota Alpha
Pi Sorority held a meeting rec-
ently at the home of Mrs. Melvin
Pollack. 5130 SW 5th Street.
Installed as president of the
group was Mrs. Eli King. Others
assuming official posts were: vice
president, Mrs. Anr.a Brenner
Meyers; recording secretary, Mrs.
Milton Kelner; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Jerry Laub; treas-
urer, Mrs. Milton Pollack; alumni
advisor, Mrs. Paul Jacobs; and
chairman of the Advisory Board,
Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
The group is planning a Lunch-
con early in March in honor of
new pledges and graduates at the
Biscavne Terrace Hotel.
Announce* -\*\v
Enlistee Benefits
Persons enlisting or reenlist-
im> in the armed forces between
October 6th, 1945 and October
5th, 1946 may count thr? entire
period of such enlistment or re-
enlistment as war service for
purposes of GI Bill benefits, re-
gardless of the date the war was
declared officially ended, it was
annourced early this week by
State Service Officer Melvin Dix-
on, of the Veterans Administra-
tion.
Such enlistees, he indie I I,
may substitute the date that then-
period of enlistment ended in
computing their benefis where
that date is later than July 25th,
1947.
Hillbilly Dance Tomorrow
The Loyalty Club, of the Emun-
ah Chapter No,. 175, Order of the
Eastern Star, wiil hold a Hill-
billy Dance tomorrow evening,
Februarv 23rd, 8 p.m., at Con-
gregation Beth El. Mrs. Ethel
Greenbaum and Mrs. Ray Gra-
ham are co-chairmen of the af-
fair.
manship of the American Jewish apparently the reason why be
!?S reX&^ ZOA "pS I was assassinated Under his re-
dency The competition for \ gime a Jordan-Iraq merger would
ZOA presidency has already be- have meant his becoming the
gun with the pro-Silverites nam- ruicr of iraq However, under
dnagteRabWtoant?&SUaw^I^e Present circumstance, such a
l probably name Abraham Redel- merger means nothing except
heim The name of Mortimer Jordan being swallowed up by
Way is also mentioned among the Iraq And Israel s relations
.possible candidates ... The ZOA | with Iraq are worse than With
national convention at which the any other Arab country .In
fight for presidency will take fact, while Israel has armistice
'pacts with the other Arab coun-
tries, Iraq refused to sign such
part Which means that Israel
and Iraq are still formally in a
state of war ... As long as Iraq
had no direct frontier with Ssracl,
such a situation did not bot <
the Israel Government .... The
case would be different if Iraq
"absorb"' Jordan and becomes a
direct neighbor of the Jewish
State Situated between a con-
stantly threatening Egypt and an
inflamed Iraq with whom it has
no armistice agreement the Jew-
place will be held in June
Needless to say that a lot of
things will happen in the Zionist
movement prior to that time .
Especially since the Zionist Ac-
tion.; Committee, which is sched-
ul. (I to meet in May in Jerusalem,
is expected to make important
-ions .
ISRAELI TRENDS:
Jews in the United States are
\ well aware of Israel's economic
i difficulties, but litte do they
I know of the growing military
| menace which Israel is about to
'face ... It is because of this men-
ace that Israel's Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett will soon have a
heart-to-heart talk with British
Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden
in London ... It is because of
this menace that leaders of the
American Zionist movement will
ish State must be on the alert
militarily to no lesser an extent
than in the days when it fought
for its independence And
about this state of affairs Amer-
ican Jewery may soon have to
worry as much as it worries about
helping Israel improve its eco-
soon have their hands full in nomical position ____________
| Miami Masada Picnic
The Miami Masada will hold a
[picnic in Crandon Park on Sun-
Iday. Fehiu.ii v 24th.
A motorcade will leave from
I the Jewish Community Center,
1450 SW 15th Avenue, at 11:30
I a.m. Games and entertainment
[will constitute the picnic pro-
I gram.
Mrs. Mayer Presents
Painting To Miami Center
Pre'-ent-'d to the West Miami
Jewish Center last week was an
oil painting bv one of its mem-
bers. Mrs. Rita Mayer, who cop-
ied the art work from an original
of Bender's series on Jewish life.
The painting depicts two Rus-
sian Jews clutching a Torah as
they flee from the havoc of a
pogrom. Mrs. Mayer dedicated
her copy to the memory of her
father, Mr. Benjamin Gradinger.
It will occupy a permanent po-
sition in the Ziegler Memorial
Room of the Center.
OSPITAL
OF GREATER MIAMI
Judge Oka Leads Music
I Program At Zionist Club
, Judge Kenneth Oka will pre-
sent a musical program in ob-
servance uf Jewish Music Month
11"'he Zionist Luncheon Club on
[Wednesday, February 27th, 12:15
Pm.. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Judge Oka is chairman of the
| Jewish Music Council of Greater
Miami. All .it E. Ossip is chair-
toustmaster at the
Weekly Zionist Luncheons, as-
sisted by Charles H. Lee and
J" oh C Fishman.
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Declares Israel Willing To Join Middle %?%%S*
East Command; Arabs Inspire Hesitancy ?"""' s,ar
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litioi
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it i At] H
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olace for Israel in il thi
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present state of ar:: -
Arab stati
unlikely : the re-
port .: and
v. : king in t i ms t the Ne i
Eas: regioi
i States, th
Community Center
Chooses Committee
A) ,i recent meeting of the
. Miami Jewish Commun-
ity t Executive Commit-
a .is made to appoint
::ng Committee for the
tag discussions
held Employee's Union
: i Centers' Associa-
onunend areas for
i igtiations.
Appointed to the Negotiating
Committee were Dr. Seymour
nthal, A. Budd Cutler. Sam
Fred Shochet. Miriam
Sirkin and Harold Thurman.
Der Yiddisher Forum
Hears B. Shefn*
B. Shefner. ,->uthor ;
and popular contributor^
Jewish Daily Forward to t
guest speaker ^ fi *'"
weekly meeting of D<" YS
Forum tomorrow eveninT1?
p.m. in the CwtferercF&J
the Greater Miami jLTU
eratjon.420L,nc1,iRoaVd'*'J
Tne subject of Shefner',
dress ,s scheduled as: The
Germany And The Jews
Bob Brenner
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dent of 1680 Jamas Avenue.
Miami Beach, was recently ap-
pointed to a position of leader-
ship in the 1952 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Campaign by Car!
Weinkle. chairman. Mr. Morris
has beer, a member of the Zion-
ist Organization of America for
the past 50 years and has made
frequent visits to Israel during
the past 33 years. A founder
of Morris' Dress Shop. Newark.
New Jersey, he has sold some
S50.000 worth of Israel Bonds
in that city. Mr. Morris is also
a Life M-'mber of Miami's Jew-
ish Hcrne for the Aged.
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T/ian P' rtugal.
I. Nat Ivan
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Young Adults Have
Leap Year Frolic
The Young Adult League of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold its first
annual Leap Year Frolic Sunday
evening, February 24th. 9 p.m.,
at the Miami Branch, according to
an announcement by Stanley-
Rosen, president of the group.
There will be dancing to the
music of the River Dreamers, and
entertainment will be provided
by Esther Branson ar.d Wally
Freedman.
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| h David Cast
Ls Professionals
1 rani Old Days, produced
Ih'Gl Professor Sam
fcfft University of Mi-
P011' PL Department, will be
Ji Drama Dip. 2nd_ 8:30
t in,e ,he Dade County Audi-
the cast will be
David Syn-
wide pro-
Harvard Elects Ansin To Executive
Committee; Breaks Standing Tradition
Mr. Ro-
fceue who have had
1 lonal experience.
v Kossman as
e a philanthropist, is a for-
rrhestra leader and singer.
fvRaum as Simon Slade, the
^rhaUpearcd with The
$ Musical Comedy Corn-
in Student, Blossomtime,
vsuehtv Marietta. He also
- ared in the movie, Stagedoor
Rae Graham as Mary
on the drunkard's daughter
former child star of stage and
Hin who appeared professional-
?Baltimmv and Atlantic City.
livn Saluk as Mehitabel Cart-
ieM a spinster, has been sing-
- with The Miami Opera Guild
Z the past five years.
David Ral'inowitz as Sample
,-ichel. a Yankee tippler, is a
oduccr of WTVJ's show Map-It,
is originator of Youth Round-
1 radio show. Frank Rose as
Morgan, the drunkard, is sec-
vice president of Beth David
juregation. Florence Gordon as
:, ,,f the drunk-
is a professional artist, a
;r, and a member of The
iaeli Trio. Natalie Laufer as the
jfeofSii le, the innkaep-
he Beth David
Saluk as Wil-
son, is
p. th< Congre-
ia as Harvey
r, appeared In
Columbia Uni-
Goodman as
innkeeper's son.
The Chicago

fcephardic Auxiliary
lolds Picnic
Auxiliary of the
nd Benevolent Circle
. organized at a
I Arlington Ho-
I .. ill participate in a
ttneral pinic at Crandon Park on
nary 24th. 11 a.m.
A n will leave from
|21 Co rue. at that time.
s. Hv i I I; hay la in charge of
ms,
Harvard University has
nounced the election of Ronald
M. Ansin, of Miami Beach, to the
Executive Committee of the Har-
vard Intra-Mural Athletic Asso-
ciation. Ansin is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, 228
40th Street, Miami Beach. He is
a Freshman at Harvard.
Ansin was selected as a Dormi-
tory Manager of Freshman Intra-
Mural Athletics in November.
The Executive Committee, which
consists of representatives of the
University, the Athletic Associa-
tion and the Managers, admin-
isters the athletic program. It
organizes and schedules some five
hundred inter-dormitory
i-jents accorded him the largest
number of votes ever given any
Andover graduate in the history
of the school.
When Ansin was selected as a
Dormitory Manager in November,
the Intra-Mural Athletics Execu-
tive Committee described him as
"eminently qualified" for the
post. In his election to the Exec-
utive Committee after but
three months as a manager
Ansin broke a long-standing tra-
dition. Announcing Ansin's unan-
imous election, a spokesman for
the Committee issued the follow-
ing statement:
"The Committee felt that Har-
hunarea inter-dormitory games rd Intra-Mural Athletics would
per year in about a dozen differ- b.e ?r?atly benefited by Ronnie
Miami'
Distinctive
Greyhound
Track
adm; 25*
KERNEL
CLU
W flajleV St. at
?|AM-HEATED
GRANDSTAND
i?OS"<
D
O
G
ent sports, appoints the Dormi-
tory Managers, budgets expenses,
and has jurisdiction over all mat-
ters concerning the Harvard in-
tra-mural athletic system. Form-
erly composed of five members,
the Executive Committee voted
unanimously to increase its mem-
bership to six in order to include
Ansin.
Before his admission to Har-
vard, Ansin attended Phillips
Academy, Andover, Massachus-
etts. A leader in student activ-
ities, Ansin headed a large num-
ber of Andover student govern-
ment and extra-curricular groups.
He was president of the Student
Congress, a member of the Stud-
ent Council, chairman of all
BChool meetings and assemblies,
president of the 127-year-old
athean Society, captain <>f
Varsity Debating, Assl tanl Edi-
tor of the Andover literary mag-
azine, a member of the track
tean chairman of the Honor
Committee and chairman of the
Headmaster's Committee. He
was also chairman of Andover
delegations to the Windsor Con-
ference on Education for Public
Si rvice, held in Boston in De-
cember, 1950, and on the five-
day Columbia College Forum on
Democracy held in New York
City last February. At the time
of his graduation in June, Ansin
was named the Outstanding
Member Of The Class Of 1951.
The 1951 yearbook, recently pub-
lished, reveals that his classmates
supplemented this honor by
choosing Ansin the student most
likely to succeed. In giving him
the award, Ansin's fellow stud-
Ansin's help and advice as a
member of the Executive Com-
mittee. We therefore amended
our rules to allow for a sixth
member and promptly elected
Ansin."
List M'ubliration i
Ot B'amphlets
On Communism
The new Anti-Defamation
League Freedom Pamphlets ex-
posing the dangers of commun-
ism, Primer On Communism, and
How You Can Teach About Com-
munism, have been included in a
recommended list of current ma-
terials for the professional lib-
rary.
Published by the 7th annual
School Supervisors' Conference
held in Gainesville, Florida, last
month, the pamphlets' publica-
tion has been announced by Gil-
bert J. Balkin, Director of the
League's Florida Office.
The recommended list is pub-
lished for the use of supervisors
of public instruction in the State
and was compiled by representa-
tives of the State Department of
Education and the University of
Florida.
Haya Tarner To Appear
At Zionist Luncheon
Harold Shapiro, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist District,
has invited Haya Tarner, El Al
Airlines hostess currently visit-
ing Miami Beach, to attend the
next weekly meeting of the
Wednesday Zionist Luncheon
Club, at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
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week by Rabbi Isaac Ever, lead-
er and founder.
The purpose of the group. Rab-
bi Ever, who is also spiritual
leader of the Ahavas Israel Syna-
gogue, indicated, will be to com-
bat juvenile delinquency.
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the University of Florida. Gaines-
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Gilbert J. Balkin. Director of the
League's Florida Office.
The specially prepared display
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9-Jmlstifhridiari
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1952
During The Week %
I See II
By LEO MINDLIN
States S '
Al

nd without 1 si i
O-.ce a Professor of Law a: Harrard UniTersitv. .-.* wrre Hi
lie askew, a useless bit of decoration rymboliiing ittml: ceo-
iormily. Justice Douci-s frequently played with tte .ore Of ais
riflht car scratched vaguely the back of Ml head an: exp.a::.e2
hat such political imbalance was the result of America's increas-
.ng military effort to halt the march of Coxmunism on a g.oial
scale.
I jht Justice Doug tweei
ion chairmen a

t.on of this same matter
nsl
-.
--napped:
Justice Douglas appeared hardly as talkative. As a matter of
fact, h-a professed ignorance. "I know nothing about the repara-
tions issue." he said. This did rot seem possible to me. and I
vondered about his value as a speaker in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal. When, as a preface to his later remarks, the Su-
preme Court Justice stated that he would r.ot view Israel with
he emotionalism of a Zionist but with a cognizance of the political
balance in the Near East insi'.-ad. I accepted his plea of ignorance
:n a totally different level. It was clear that before the assem-
blage at the Monte Carlo Hotel stood a gi?r.t if somewhat home-
spun ir.f.'llectual who had come to report a story impartially
without the flag-waving or excessive protestations of interest
which had characterized the grandiose oratior.s of previous non-
Jewish speakers at Appeal functions.
not p iv be a matter of con-
.--': Court Justi t is one mutivated_ by
Its practi ti ns, little .:.:iuer.c:ng the Near
pati non-emotional
fined picture ol tate. a
i ..-landing of its
a
-_ around the supposition that
ne astiay. During a recent trip into
- : the ill-fated results of this
g .a forturate albeit accidental oasis of
ng the many sore-spot nations, he accused America
.. Ji while spiritually nurturing
Near and Fai Last.
Of special interest to Justice Douglas was the obvious dis-
parity between the situations of Israel and its neighbors. Thus,
the squalor and despair which characterize the Arab League for
example, as opposed to th'a constructive attitude and hope found
,n the new state, symbolized for him the fertile bed in which the
seeds of Communism were presently sprouting.
In th final a/ sis, Israel became fur Justice Douglas a major
which Communism might be destroyed. But the
uphci of American policy, he aiguc-d. found us fighting Com-
i lunism with wasted dollars. He therefore concluded that in our
:: : ot S >viet domination, we had sot forth on the road of
intaining the n I dying, feudal societies (the status quo
which he had previously alluded) while ignoring the needs of
We had come to assume that guns and money
titute for the drive toward self-autonomy
had underestimated the significance of
above all, to arm ourselves with any.
As an alternative possibility to these unfortunate moves.
Justice Douglas proposed a pact involving Iran, India and Israel
"that would push Communism off the boards". Such a pact, he
insisted, wa: no die am, for Israel represented to many Near East-
ern countries ar. envisioned goal.
the Justice redu I I a naive level those
lit nally, as well as
mong them than can be lightly
I Israel into tr.at buffer position
thi War of Liberation.
Thi -..... who expect I
..... fri ndship diplomatically ofi i
tancy and for an equally h I
lance t Easl

Most disl : tone of Justi e Dougla.-
n i at t
jainst V- Stat Noi
tly
. .
Bui it is the disillusioned intellectual who, for example, and
as the Justice did, consistently reports with a degree cf gusto
America's loss of billions :r. the Pr....;_.-.- China ir.z other East-
ern areas as a resu.t of a policy 'Dr.: -.- '.zv.zz.r.g r.r.c, -es. The
importance of the intellectual :r. g r :,:.rc- keadei hip if then is
:o he any has only recently L^'.r. recognised. Should be however,
'.a.', prey to tht dicbe if -.: Preset romantic poetry while ignoring
positive, more hopeful upecti :'. the problem then defeat u most
certainly :.-. the cffir.r. Justice Douglas may rightfully point to
America's denial c! Premier Moeadegb in ItSl, end cf Om cob*
slant whipping cf Pundit IPshru, diustrotu eontributori to the
deterioration of cur foreign pres*;:e. He rr.r.y with equal right
view as unfortunate America's playing toady to Winston Churchill
as a function cf its fa:...-c to --------r: Iranian decile for economic
independence and Indian drive toward democracy.
he: in doing so. the J
H
'
East wi
impetus than i
int out Amei
-ential difficulty.
As I see it. apart from the disillusioned intellectual, only
those allied with Communist ideology subscribe to the theory that
America deliberately supports European and Eastern leaders most
hated by the v/o.-ld. They do not lake into account America's
piesent-day allergy for anything revolutionary. Only by virtue
of such weakness before language does this nation confuse them
with ideal defenders of the Faith. Justice Douglas, a dyed-in-the-
wool thinker in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson, ought have
stressed that Communism may be destroyed by defeating the fear
of Social change, alone; the spiritual protection of tyrants in demo-
cratic guise, long since discredited, is futile and no method.
Apparently. Israel has bridged logic change in our time
with greater ease than has our Venerable Nation. No one can accuse
the Jewish state of being less traditionally democratic than are we
or England, for example. Indeed. Justice Douglas lauded Israel in
this regard and held it as America's key to the East. Perhaps it
may become Israel's inevitable destiny to lead rather than be led.
In ar y case, the courage Justice Douglas mustered in speaking
out was most admirable. I felt transported by a keen intellect that
submits reasonably to the change of social balance without hysteria
and applauded heartily his realization that Israel had done the same.
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Mil lor As
ZOA Candidate
NEW YORK JTA Rabbi
Irving Miller was named candi-
date for presidency of the Zion-
ist Organization of America at a
-.rig of about 200 Zionist
leaders from various parts of the
held at Hotel Aster this
week under the chairmanship of
Abraham Goodman. ZOA vice
president.
The meeting, which was ad- '
dressed by Dr. Err.anuel Neu-
mann, member of the Jewish Ag-
er.cy executive, also adopted a
resolution expressing "warmest
greetings" to Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver and emphasizing that his ab- ,
sence from the official Zionist |
leadership is considered "tempor- ;
ary." "We will continue to look {
to him ;or guidance and inspira-
tion in the days to come," the j
resolution said.
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FEBRUARY 22, 1952
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He-Slate Brotherhood Ideal
Rcbbi Kronish Views Jewish
Sources Of Brotherhood
. ea Of B:
the a
d by Rabbi Leer.
u: rvfi Fi y :-
p-fv Assists Rahbi
6T will ccr.
ervices
b"atQ Rabbi 1
I D The Vote Of
S Beth Sholom children.
Cantor s I
xs and conduct
: ] Beth S
An Oneg Shabbat. sponsored by
the PTA. ill follow m the Ba.-.-
of bone.
school teacb
dun
New
the
Moon :' r-'-:ng momh- A,
Kadi!-- S I noo Emanuel
will '.-' ....
, gji is scheduled for
,.jg Mincha following
at 5-3.1 1 n Shalos Seudos under
th=ii::-'-- of Solomon Eman-
uei. assistant Gabai. will conclude
the Sabbath______________
Beth David Synagogue
Late t evening services
of the Bet ~ David Congregation.
2625 SW Avenue, will be at
1:15 -'--:>; Shapiro and
Can*'" -* MamcheS will
official? assisted by the Beth
David Ch ir
Co-d oi the Miami
Round '. George Chertkof
Franklin Williams.
Lei L's Reason To-
r. r of National
L
- ming services will
: -
ning ser-.
be at 10:45 a.m.. at which tune
the Bar Uitzvah of.Norrr.ar. Ira.
son of Mr. and Mrs. WiD
gal. will take place. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelerr.er will reader all musi-
cal pcrtiors.
Flagler-Granadc Jewish Cer er

!
:
the C coj=-
-
Sat
-
Rorbi Honig Views Peretz
At Hollywood Center Service
r _-r.lt.:
x>d. 2030 Pot* Street
1
I
ti -
I : .'

. Louis Ccssei Preaches
.-setr. how]
Ei
Rabbi Abramowitz Views
Washington And Weitzman
Fr: ~. T "'."
ject of a
be delivered by Ra
-
-
Bes. 15 I
-

_ Reverend Nataon Exchanges
te Pulpit With Rabbi Narct
Shalos Seudos Conclude
Sabbath At Beth Thlah
Friday evening services of Che
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 525
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beacr.. wul
be at 545 p.m.
At 8:30 p.m.. Rabbi Joseph F,
Rackovsky will deliver a lecture
on Jewish History.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:03 a.m.. at which time
the Rabbi will discuss Majority
Rule. At 4:30 p.m.. he will speak
on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
scheduled for 5 p.m.. with Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. following.
Daily services are at 7:30 am.,
and at 5:45 p.m.
Rabbi Saha Spcascrs C~eg
Sncicrxrt At Hebrew Accdency
7- -.
H At a fern.;. ,.":*tr
: _.am_ E-ta be --
5 5-) p
Sa".- rr.ig Kmccs ersl
be at 9 tm A- Oneg Si:
-r. f-i-.-r.rz -
-i :"-'.- :
p rr... sponsore-i
Rar: iri M:> A saf
p v ." 5.-3
..-z I;..;. *.-.-..-: = a. a:
ct.z i-. -:
i for
Guest speaker
Cantor A......-._--.
ate
; wfll
be a:
Vfitzvah :f Har :'
Re
the U
.-..-.. will be the c.
at T
NE 1MB Street, daring Fr.
at S:15 p
i Nelson is completing
Mr ar.r, Mrs Joseph fTilensky n exchange .. p..?:.i .v.:.-. Rii-
S:r- a--.-.- :- ---c. R. Narot who pres
-1 .an; place. Rabbi Arr
Cissel wfll te. A Ksddush.
spenscrri ;y Mr. and Mis. Wilen-
ariD follow.
Saturday afternoon services
r a: j 30 p m Mr B Korr.
will be host a: IBM
Hour fallowing.
Hiclech-Mk
.:--.
-service r>r
Cantor N'crfuss. Rabbi
Zimr.errr.cr. At Beth Jacob
Earh evening services
don Beth Jacob.
301-3:: gton Avenue. Mi-
ami E ill be at 5:45 p.m..
Rat Mescheloff will
. Is Israel during
the lat< it 8.30 p.m. Guest
will lead in
the -ing.
Satu ming au vices will
be l: -.s.i. with Rabbi M.
Eintn f Toronto. Canada.
liturgy. Rabbi Elie-
Bei Si Dt of the Union.
of Ortr i x Re be is of the Unit-
nada, will speak
an thi IsraeTa Spir.tual
Put
at 545 pjsu,
Seudos 1 lion -ng.
Reverend Fred Colel Preaches
At Gables Center Service
Reverend Fred E. Cole, pastor
of the Coral Gables Congrega-
tional Church, will be guest
speaker during Friday evening
Brotherhood Services of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. 320 Paler-
mo Avenue. 8:15 p.m.
- Rabbi Morns Skop will con-
duct the service and give readings
or. Human Relations from texts
hading the Bible and the Con-
Lition. Cantor Irving Robinson
and Steoben Kessler *.
with special prase nfatione I
Irving Caesar's Songs Of Friend-
ship.
Saturday morning services w ill
:e a: 9:45 a.m.. at which time
"01 Skoo wU led the
Book o: Exodus. A Kidd
foil Mr. and I
William Mason in boa B w-
born grandchild.
Hears Reverecc 5-rples
Fr.ic-. even.-s _=*-.:*= '. :r~
Hialeah-Miami Sprncs ;
J .- :: -:i:("
: -
Guest speakers wfll
end A A Staples. :f 1
Springs sic*-- '-'' r.a:-
bi David Shaven
W.- anaan The service
.:-- \ 3: 'X -. :
nz-7:
Hosa at the Onez Shibbat
l.-n.r z. -;... : Mrs Na-
than Fr.e; an. ir. n:n.:r :: -.n.e.r
wedciing -.-.:..
Seech Center Holds Religious
Service Tonight At 8:30
-ir^ei Goldfarb will be
guest speaker during Friday eve-
- :'
- I-nir; ITC: "'
.-. --.-- a: 3 30 p an.
(or David Si
----. the aen am aaasted -
- "- >ir imder :ne din
.:' :- Si 1 asitung.
morning senices will
ring
- --- --
.-. Portion A Bible class
-. z : : 4 r. ~. with Shales Se-i-
at the Chur.h last Sunday. Top.:
of the Reverend's annual .s
scheduled as: Either Friends
Or Death In honor ::' Satiocal
Brotherhood Week. Rabbi Nar.-.
prepare a special ritual
-*-.::.-. wfll re read by him. ar.i
rngregauon.
Saturday morning ervieea -* i B
re r.i.i a: 11 a_m.
Ycung Israel Syr.cgcq--e
The V:-mz L-r- S
4001 Chase Avenue. Miatai Daaeb.
oduct Friday evening aerv-
ices a: : 1! p ~ An Ones
-
Israelite Center Dedicates
Service To Sisterhood
The 1 r Center. SIM SW
24 h Teriace, Maaaai, will r. \i
Friday inning ser\ices a-
. k Ut*. ^-'X U 'JiS*!!1 '' Zatrtoea Jewish Center
follow at 8:io p.mr and w01_oe _.^ -, ., -:;-
for 9
.. :
Alvin Kopp To Be Bcr
MUg-nh jG Tiiere Israel
Horntae R L::r.s. Mian atl -
ney. r_ r a-, i
:-;.;::: : the Z. aatt Orsi
rill
guest speaker luring re Foruza
: -. z run|
Miami Avenue.
S-: : : Mi 1 aetm
.; scheduled as T rat A
Spirit Of 1TTI Tri
Law An Oneg Sbabbat arfll '. -
low.
es w-11
:< .-
2a f Al---:
and Mrs. M
Can'.c- Kelemet Chcnta At
Miami Hebrew School
ag ser-.ices of the
Sch^xil and Con-
: ~'.v 12th Avenue.
m.
itc service, at 8:30
Elimelech Lip-
- peaken
ming services are
30 a m.. with Rah-
'- > .. ff.ciat.ng and
Weeklv Portion.
A ch, Mishna will be at 4
pm., Mincha, Shalos Seudos
and Maariv following. Cantor
B : rill chant.
gregat
Ddn -
pir..
chita
Beth ? Synagogue
Congregation Ben EL MO SW
17th Avenue, will hold .-
rverung ser\-ices a-. 5 -5 p m and
at'8 30 p
Lou Phillips, of the Jewish
War Vetera-s. will represen;
group. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swir-
sky wfll preach on: The Soul Of
America.
Saturdav morning services will
be at 830 a.m. The Bar Mitrraa
of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Kline, will take place a: that
time. Mincha will be at 5 p m.
with Shalos Seudos following-
conduet Hj at ns and Ben
Katz. : the Sister
-
I Shea ssmg
of the can
.
The Life Of Judah rour
-. -
folio-.
-e a-
of R, Sachs. 1
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:e a: ? 3 : p rr.. with Sbaaba Sew-
i;< fill- wing. ^^^^^
North Dcde Jewish Center
The Korth Dac= 1 rn.ter
13630 West Dixie Highway, wfll
hold late Friday evening; s*
a: 8:15 p m An. Cr.ez Shabbat
will follow. ____

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regular sen l
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Mr Mrs.
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Sat;
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rcwr.-.cwn Synagogue
Fi. n servii: at thi
Synagogue
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be conducted a:
c ~ :' Uowed
by Shalos Sen Maariv
West V-.nrr.: Center ricners
Jewish Music Moan*
r-- v.'- al Can-
Street
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13 Late ser ea
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was -.. at
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; be hosts at an Oneg Shah at
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be a- which
Rabbi Waxm
v.". -.: r .-.. -
- i ; :
-Jemish Forwn
On The MkV
Station; WFEC (1220 on diar
Sundays U-ll AM.
Station: WTTT (1493 on dial)
Thursdays 9 10 PM.
Directed and Announced by
a tew as
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+Jeistncridiair
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22,
Hadassah Fashion
Show On Monday
The Greater Miami Chapter of
will present an I
ion Show and Brunch on
Monday, February 25th. 11:30
a.m...in Copa City.
Gowns scheduled for showing
j created in Jeru-
thi shion and D
of the E.
tional Center, oni
r projects in
Fashion and Design In-
stil te was opened -
- later in 1951. held its
first commencement exercises.
:; attached to the
school is equipped with Are
machinery and h.-.s borrowed its
production techniques from the
Designers and stylists
are drawn from many fashion
Pans. The materials and
shown in these fa-
'.... gely inspired
Orient. Hsdassah ani les that
a is a po-
t for Israel's bur-
geoning fashion in
C- .;-d by lo-
-.: H '
S : Sten
Manny
Richti R W(
Hov : H Salon n,
Jei Muf-
' r, Al-
I
i v.
I
:.:. t
for
:- ..:
Mi -
itor of
n the ]
NJ Leslie Bukstel
p B sir
- ...:.:! is Adler, ac-
-
f udgv Oka To
Sjh al; On Radio
has invited
Judge K nn th Oka. chai
ard, Miami Beach Zionist
Distri guest speaker on
is gram. People's Prob-
February 24th. at
: 15 p.m. Judge Oka will dis-
k's A Zionist .Organization
Still '. essary Now That The
St i krai : Has B^i-:: E
pk-'s Problems is a special
: M is N satir's Yid-
dish Classical Hour.
Kahaner Auxiliary Party
K Aux
s
i ial ar.d :ard part; I thi
r last
ird v."- ines
Beach Center Students
Collect Funds For Trees
Over 400 students of the Mi-
Beach Jewish Center Re-
ligious School gathered on the
lawn of the School grounds at
festiv emi nies recently.
they turned over funds to
plant 185 trees in Israel.
Daniel Bi"ad. treasurer of the
J .-: Nat nal Fund, accepted
the monies and praised the stud-
e :: :'.- The ceremonies in-
I the planting of trees in
the Center lawn and a reading
:- :.:.. '
Members of the Security Luncheon Committee are shown ^^'^ZSiV^W^Te
ful oifis affair in behalf of the 1952 Combined Je wish.Appeal Shown seated Heft MAPI"%?
off. Leon Kaplan, Ijenry Seitlin and A. Benlon Gre.'ne,_________
Cantors Jacob Ederman end M. Schertz will join their voices in
traditional services on Friday evaning. February 29th, and Satur-
day morning, March 1st, at Congregation Beth Jacob. Miami
Beach. Cantor Ederman is presently associated w:th one of the
largest congregations in Newark, New Jersey. Cantor Schartz
was unanimouslv elected cantor of the Sea Gaia Congregation.
Though one of the youngest cantors occupying a permanent po-
sition in th'a country, his voice has electrified those who have
heard him. The two cantors will present a number of original
duets during their presentation. tickets may be obtained at the
Synagogue office.
, Drama, Music Affan
iSet For Sunday At
I Cultural Center
Three theatre and concert
lists are appearing a varied Dl
gram of Jewish drama, sor.g an,
music which will be nrc*
on Sunday, February 24, S
at the Jewish Cultural cXJPfl
Lenox Avenue, Miami B.
Heading the group ,., Mc
C i m Rubin, modern Yiddifn
stage actor. Rubin has acted S3
rectcd and produced numeral
j playsYiddish and r.on-YiddU
Iin the United States an
aoroad. For many years he wa
associated with the Morris Soh
wartz Art Theatre of New York
Appearing with him will bethd
! young soprano, Martha Shlamrm
Miss Shlamme is noted f0r u.
sensitive and delightful
tions of the folk-songs of
lands. Born in Vienna, she fl*
to England during the Nazi on
pression, where she began he
concert work on the English stag
and radio. In the United states,
she has appeared in Town Hall
has concertized throughout
nation, made numerous radio ap-
pearances and is steadily gaining
a wide, enthusiastic audience.
The third member of the troup
is Tamara Bliss, pianist. Mis,
Bliss was a child prodigy who at
traded the attention of Jos
Iturbi from whom she received l
scholarship to continue her stid
dies. She has apeared as a soloist!
with the Orchestra Syn-.phnnique
of Montreal and with the Toronto
Symphony Orchestra. She ha
also concertized throughout th
United States and Canada and;
known as an arranger as wefl
a concert pianist.
The program will feature a dra-l
; rr.atization of Abraham GoldtaJ
i den's folk operetta. Bar KochbaJ
In addition, there will be a nunw
' ber of individual monologues!
Yiddish folk songs and songs of]
many lands. A scene from Sholeml
Aleichem's hilarious comedy]
"200.000." has also been prepared
I for presentation.
Volunteers Needed For National
D
BONDS FOR ISRAEL GOVERNMENT DAY
Sunday, March 9th
A Nation-Wide House To House Canvass
To Make
EVEfcY JEW AN ISRAEL BOND INVESTOR
JOIN the GREATER MIAMI
ISRAEL BOND BRIGADE TODAY
Mail coupon or call:
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
National Headquarters
1622 Collins Avenue, Phone 58-5561
WORKERS WILL BE
AWARDED FREE
TICKETS TO SEE
"STARS OVER ISRAEL"
MARCH 10th IN THE
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
Please enroll me in the BIG Day Volunteer Brigade.
Sunday. March 9th. I will be glad to call on 10 P*0*'
pects.
NAME
STREET
CITY____
PHONE


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PAGE 7 B
oUnt Sinai Jubilee Raises Curtain Thursday
unds To Eradicate
4 Year's Debt
I a the Jubilee raises the
fcrS Thursday night on
"f..." | shows. 3.500 people
if*l Beach Auditorium
laws pass
fe.0fw?ke idl,ion to
ffjSg on stage. To pro-
jcfK': ore'.ha? hou-r
Erie*at will top last year's
Eft. assemble a sell-out
Pfoft. ; act8 through
t ;in 'V f8hion- to
K angements
K odbiUM the people.be-
KiW fund-raising shew, is a
Kit has required the efforts,
|Jer"ion and interest of many
lersons.
ffcthisregai I. the Second-An-
|S Jubilee ol Mount famai Hos-
K was fortunate n that its or-
Ehational setup, its committee
ELtecrs. its workers, its Wom-
Rmtiliary and all others ta-
lked were content to "get the
fcl nr, le only the
I their well deserved
lows" lqnonnq personal ac-
E.m they began tulfillir.g their
sinned duties back in Novem-
i A. Wien.
human ol the Jubilee tor the
C,nd consecutive year, an-
fcumed plans for the all-star
I
| v'iUiarn Glick, Public
1 of the hospital,
let op a numl i r oi committees,
|aCh entrusted with a specific
ask Mrs. San Coolik agreed to
Mount Sinai
Suppiemvnt
Pictm'ad above ere the executive officers of the Hotel Committee of the Mount Sinai Hospital
Jubilee Committee discussing plans for participating in the February 28th affair. Left to right are
Sam Kaplan, executive director oi the Miami Beach Koi'l Association; Joseph Rose, chairman ot
the Committee: N. Doug Raff, co-chairman: ena Abe Kurman and Paul Grossinger.
Jubilee Uram
Impetus for ticket sales was
provided by the Jubilee Gram,
weekly Jubilee Drive bulletin
which featured the Champ Of
Tk Weak. Choice of a champ
was mace through records of
each Jubilee worker's ticket
sales for the preceeding week.
"This ir.centive causad the
workers to vie among them-
selves for the honor," said
Leonard Wien. chairman of the
Jubilee Committee. The Jub-
ilee Gram has been published
weekly ard Hint to the more
than 300 Jubilee workers.
Those receiving the laurels of
Champ in the Jubilee Drive
thus far are Sam Friedland of
Food Fair Stores: Sam Blank,
of National Brands: Mrs. B. I.
Binder, of the Sorrento Hotel:
Mrs. Carl Weinkle: Dr. Lewis
Palay; and Joe Stein, of South-
err. Liquors.
?. *. .
I Leonard Wien. chairman of
I Mount Sinai Hospital's Second
I Annual Jubilee.
Bet as Motor Corps chairman, and
kith dozens of unheralded young
fcdies as her messengers, the job
p getting tickets to sponsors, pat-
fins, donors and contributors
proceeded with highest efficien-
The Women's Hotel Division.
came Mrs. Stanley Frehling's
Fhore, while Joseph Rose and N.
wug Raff co-chaired the Men's
Division for hotels. Stories and
Pictures were assigned to Jack
Inoss as chairman of that com-
Imittee. while Benny Gaines head-
Ira the entertainment committee.
Other chairmen and their com-
mittee assignments were Irving
IM'Pcn, 420 Lincoln Road Annex;
IJack Abbott. 420 Lincoln Road
IBjilding; Maurice Orovitz, Build-
ing Trades Committee: and Ir-
IT'S CCLLOSSEAL! says Doctor Jimmy Durante. of Mount
sUi Saars Second Annual Jubilee to be told.1 th,> Miami
Bea-h Auditorium on February 28th. as nurses Phyllis Lesnick.
Phyilis Bugan. Ann Dumille and Lois Krick stand ready for orders
from the popular Copa City Doctor of Levity. The Night ot A
Hundred bTars has a goal of S150.000.
win Carden, Transportation Com-
mittee. Mrs. William Capland's
generous contributions of time
and effort have since received
special acclaim.
These are some of the people
who have been working on the
Jubilee that goes on February
28th, at the Auditorium. The
most important people haven t
been- mentioned. They are you,
you and particularly you who
read the stories, enjoyed the pic-
tures, heard appeals on radio and
television, read the direct mail
solicitations and phoned 58-5390
for tickets.
There are still many good tick-
ets available, seats that must be
sold if the house is to be filled,
if the $150,000 goal is to fie
reached. If you haven't yet pur-
chased yours, do so now.
Road Booth Sales
For the convenience of Mount
Sinai Hospital Jubilee ticket buy-
ers, a ticket booth has been set
up in front of the Mercantile
Bank Building on Lincoln Road.
Members of the the Women s
Auxiliary of- Mount Sinai were
on hand to serve the public be-
ginning last Monday and will re-
main there until February 28th,
when the all-star show will take
place in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Members of the Women's Aux-
iliary serving in the Lincoln
Road booth are the Mesdames
Lily Zimmerman, Helen Gross-
man, Lily Duntov, Francis Leh-
man, Miriam Bass, Rena Eggr.atz,
Eve Burrell, Eleanor Scope, Anne
Lipton. Miss Elsie Schwabe and
many others.
Appoint I ardin
Motorcade Head
The appointment of Irvvin Car-
den as chairman of the Trans-
portation committee of the sec-
ond anual Mount Sinai Hospital
Jubilee, was announced by Leon-
ard A. Wien, chairman of the
Jubilee committee.
Carden, who is vice president
of Cobbs, will be responsible for
the conveyance of celebrities
scheduled for appearance in the
February 28th star-studded Jub-
ilee that will take place in the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Ed Sullivan Heads
Cast Of Performers
A sparkling personality, famil-
iar to the people in this area,
yet new in the matter of per-
1 appearances here, will put
the parade of stars in the Mount
Sinai Jubilee through their paces
on February 28th.
Ed Sullivan, whose syndicated
column has made his writings a
duily reading habit and whose
coast-to-coast television program
} has made his face, voice and
| personality familiar to all TV
audiences, will act as master of
ceremonies at the Miami Beach
Auditorium in what promises to
, be one of the greatest stage spec-
tacles of all time.
To Benny Gaines, chairman of
the entertainment division, of the
Jubilee. Roes credit for enlisting
the services and co-operation of
i Mr. Sullivan. The latter's well
known charitable work made hirn
quickly responsive to Gaines'
urging that he forsake his ardu-
ous f*ew York City duties for
the night of February 28th. to
help in the cause that has the
endorsement of everyone in this
| area.
The famous columnist and TV
star of Toast Of The Town will
do more than simply appear and
as toastmaster. He will, it
has been reported, bring with
him tor presentation a host of
motion picture, night club, radio
and television personalities who
have ex),its.eel the desire to do-
nate their time and talents to the
task of raising $150,000 for the
hospital that bestows its bene-
fits on all people regardless of
race, creed or color.
It will be Mr. Sullivan's first
1 appearance as toastmaster in Mi-
j ami Beach in a number of years.
But manv surmise it will be an
appearance that will long be re-
merrieered and one that will help
bring the Jubilee goal to its full
realization.
drive"11 Wicn' chrnn. 9et
Women, Group. Hotel Division, started on the Jubilee ticket-selHng
A6VA Permits Acts
To Appear Gratis
When the stars display their
talents Thursday night, Febru-
ary 28th, at the Mount Sinai Jub-
ilee, they will be performing with
the complete blessings of the
American Guild of Variety Art-
ists. For the Mount Sinai Night I
of Stars is one of only three I
benefits in the Greater Miami ar-
ea that has the approval and co- ;
operation AGVA. the actors' un- j
ion.
According to Jerry Baker, reg- '
ional representative of the show
folks' group, unqualified clear-
ance has been given to the art-
ists to perform without pay in
order that they might express
their gratitude to Mount Sinai
Hospital for its generosity in "af-
fording free and full hospital
service to any member of AGVA
in good standing." It is believed
that the Miami Beach hospital
is the only general institution of
its kind to open its doors without
charge to any member of the ac-
tors' union.
The Jubilee also has the full
support of the local night club,
hotel, radio end television oper-
ators, who have all pledged their
performers to appear on the Aud-
on the night of the
28th. It is this Ion of
. business men ai I show
folks that will combine to make
the coming Jubilee one of the
tie nights of all time, en-
tertairn ent-wiae.
Incur Debt Through
Liberal Medical Aid
The Mount Sinai Hospital Jub-
ilee is held annually for the pur-
pose of raising funds to cover
a staggering deficit incurred
through the rendering of free
medical service.
"In the past year. Mount Sinai
Hospital's deficit rose to over
8250,000, mainly because of the
liberal service policy of the in-
stitution," Samuel Gartner, ex-
ecutive director said. "This pol-
icy was responsible for the treat-
ing of 1,300 social service cases
and over 5,000 clinical visits. In
the past two years, 12,282 emerg-
ency cases were also treated,"
he added.
As a 258-bed voluntary hos-
pital serving the entire South
Florida community, regardless of
race, color, or creed. Mount Sin-
ai offers free care when the pa-
tient is unable to pay, and the
hospital's Out-Patient Depart-
ment, which opened July 10. 1950,
I has already treated over 5.800
' cases in its clinics on this basis,
1 a report by Gertner revealed.
"These factors, coupled with
i the establishment of our Interns'
] Training Program, our School for
Practical Nurses and wide ad-
\ vances in our research program,
makes necessary the holding of
lour Second Annual Jubilee,
! which has as its goal 3150.000. a
isum that will make up the dif-
! fererce between what the hos-
i pital receives from the Combined
i Jewish Appeal and our actual
1 deficit," the report amplified.
"The continuation of Mount
Sinai's non-sectarian and liberal
service policy for the indigent of
'our community will depend, in a
i great measure, on the success of
a Jubilee which takes
place in the Miami Beach Au u-
torium on February 28th." stn --
I onard A. Wien. chairman of
the Jubilee Committee.


Pcce 8 B
r-JcnistfkriaKar
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. i J
Auxiliary Renders Aid
Mother Baum. I won't be coming back any more". With these whispered words the heart-
k n. pathetic figure turned away from the Information Desk, read bowed end walked out 01
Mount Sinai. Mother Baum understood. As a women's Auxiliary V >!unteer at Mount Sinai Hospital,
her loving heart shares the joy and sorrow of those (he meets in the many duties she periorms so
tirelessly, so cheerfullv. so dependably. ,
Under the leadership of Mrs. Monte Selig. president of the Women'i Auxiliary, their loyalty, ae-
Vution. and dedication to their
jobs every day In the week has
made these volunteers, so at-
lively outfitted in pink uni-
I -. to stand out in the eyes
ol the community they serve.
The jobs they do ard the neces-
raining for them is planned,
he placements made, under
rection ol '' Ha y Rub-
volunteer chairman Mrs.
and taff an- n
for the nursing clerk-, thi
issistants in cardiology.
eu gical supplies, pharmacy, the
al library and i si -
termed.
These are the jol
. .... a most I
i f tl : 1 lore en-
rig volunteers I e of real
in e to the pi
The job they do may be
I n to pub] .;t the
value -.. --_- who
li : toward them for help.
."- quite the opposite clas
< ire the volunteers who
t theii posts assisting at the
Desk. Here their
co-tact with the public, whe.ther
i tl lephone or over the
keeps them always in ..
: .;.: f
ibility 1 : lay and re-
information ing I i
hospital "- patients
their .-. : ann< r, art
i Arthur Frish-
:.
n I fl ..
t. : Miss Elsie
S war.
-. ;i-traii I to lei
and
i: the ill, Befoi eiving ... .
... heel-
y must nplete a patiert
'' A ks are in I nd
professional r.ui Y
Oi : ttei kn wn cf
V k
Two women members of the Auxiliary acting at instructors in a
Hobby Therapy Program, part of a group of activities carried on
in Mount Sinai Hospital's wards. The instructors bring hobby !
materials lor a p:tier.t as a nursa looks on. (A| '!
Social Service Groups
Lessen Anxieties Of
". for I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of I
thy wounds .".
Founded as a voluntary, general hospital from whose doors no I
one in need of medical care would be turned away, it was imxed-l
iately recognized with the opening of Mount Sinai Hospital two
years ago that the illnesses of many who came stemmed not alone |
from wounds of the body, but
also from wounds of the spirit.
Sickness will bring to the fore
social, psychological and finan-
cial problems almost equal in
urgency to the patient's physical
difficulties. To help the medic-
ally indigent patient cope with
blow. This can be particularly
applicable when one is a refu-1
gee in a strange land with little
if any knowledge of the lan-
guage. Mr. M. recently arrived
from Europe with his leg in a
cast having suffered a broken I
Two nurses aids. Women's Auxiliary, shown bringing cbeei to a
child confined in a wheel chair.
cups of coffee, can always get
an understanding word and en-
couraging smile from the mem-
: Mrs. Saul Herman's Snack
Bar Con.: duty.
Receipts from the Snack Bar
and Gift Shop are used to spon-
sor Mour.t Sinai'- recently open-
kept : ": I of Practical Nursing,
suitabl articles 1 Auxiliary has voted to con-
ight the ill of tribute $15,000 a year toward the
Hi ne selecl establishment and support of the
plant tovs, Sch >ol. Mrs. Max Dobrin. of the
feeding patients and candy, magazines or bi Auxiliary, is chairman of the
of
could he turn to? Where was he
to receive such attention under
the circumstances? He was!
: required 1
g:\ fifty I .. : ervici i.
:
' -stitched gifts made by thi S iooI'j A lvi ry Board.
' r the 3 the newer actr.
' D>' the vol- visioi Mrs. William Lehman, the Auxiliary is the Ba v Alu
David Ba Gift Sh ip nae of Mount Sinai. The plan
her coTmittee calls for the enrollment of all
ther : : th'tne materr uy and pediatric de-
,.- I Auxiliary justly acclaimed, foments who. because of un-
nt Sinai ,- lunteers working m fortunate circumstances, need
: from 9 a r-. to sucb. assistance. The pLn
- has been adding constant-,
I ly to her group to keep step with
t.e rapi'j growth of the Out-
nt Department. Here, too
fcthetic u
-t nding and a helpful hand i=
extended to 1 in many
other d
Pfn to them 1 iical
rt to tl
. vice
Auxiliary
'
Harold Spaet '.'. hen the Depart-
men*J nted a plan for a Hob-
; program recently
- petenl volunte<
I Mrs Na
is cur-
t of M iunt

H Carts I
. g in-
' Each
and given I typ, ,
nanu ,"' 'mplesthat
* :: Al present
restricted to serv-
ents, but plans are being
made to --Mend it icing
patients v. hen a
"oturt trained.
In th<-' ver 500 vol-
rs have given 35.000 hours
rvice to Mount Smai Thev
can rightly feel it is their hos-!
I ecause without the
problems, Mount Sinai's So- kneecap at the time of debark*-
cial Service Department became '-ion. He needed immediate at-
a reality less than a month after | tentipn upon arrival here,
t. e hospital opened.
To the man, woman or child
unable to pay for private med-
ical care. Mour.t Sinai has pro-
vided 15.000 days of hospital care
and 5 000 clinic visits during 1951.
To these people who have no
savings, even a short illness can
be devestating if there is no one
to plan with them. These are
the needy vho must have help
to resolve their emotional anx-
ii ties and receive the support,
counseling and reassurance of-
fered by the staff of the Social
Service Department, as well as
medical treatment for their phys-
ical ills.
The Department, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Edna Stephenson,
is responsible for servicing all
patients admitted on a free or
part-free basis. The many duties
of the social workers on the staff
include counseling with the pa-
tient and his family concerning
his hospital costs, his personal
needs and interests, as well as his
home problems arising out of his
stay in the hospital and his post-
hospital care.
When Mr. S. was admitted to
Mount Sinai critically ill with a
heart attack, the staff social
worker discovered that, like
many of the aged who have set-
tled in this area because of the
mild climate, he lived alone on
a hare subsistence level. When
illness struck, his emotional dis-
turbances became sharpened and
aggrava-'"" u:~ -':'
tion. A
the ker, h
(Ardmon- Studtofl
Injured out-patient entering
clir.ic for medical attention.
brought at once to Mount Sinai
for corrective surgery, and plans
are being made through the Soc-
ial Service Department with a
local social agency for his post-
hospital care.
The opening of the Out-Patient
. Department in July, 1!'50, oc-
'.ing his physical condi- casioned the expansion of the So-
s a result of talks with : cial Service Department's serf-
was able to re-: ices. The social admission to the
solve the many social and-econ- clinics, the interpretation ol t.e
problems burdening him. medical treatment to the patient
ble convalescent care in a and of the patiert's social pro"'
nursing home was arranged .kins to the doctor, the extension
the Department. Anxi- i of medical care into the com-
eties n alleviated and hisimurity and the rejection of tne
chances of recovery were increas- applicant with reference to other
ed.
F pe pie without funds, with-
out work, ill and depressed, sick-
the lira] crushing
community facilities, became the
responsibility of Social Service-
The clinic patient may r*> tne
/Continued on Page 10 a>
Information desk being manned by women volunteer*.


fi FEBRUARY 22, 1952
-Jewlst Fk>rldUan
PAGE 9 B
lount Sinai Hospital Marks Advance In Teaching
en special practice in all major
services, such as medicine, surg-
ery, pediatrics, care of mothers
and new-born babies and of the
aged and chronically ill. Classes
are admitted three times yearly.
The second phase of Mount
Sinai's teaching program in nurs-
ing is the training of nursing
teams. Team nursing is in the
experimental stage at present and
is in operation on one floor of
the hospital under the direction
of Miss Mildred A. Vogel, RN,
Director of Nursing.
A nursing team is composed of
a group of professional and non-
professional nursing service per-
sonnel working together in plan-
ning, giving and evaluating pa-
:ient-certered nursing care to a
group of patiets. A team con-
sists oi one or more professional
nurses, practical nursss, nurses
aides and orderlies who work to-
gether under the immediate sup-
ei vision uf the professional nurs-
es.
These professional women are
responsible for the total nursing
I Order lh supervision of Dr. Robert P. Glcver, pioneer heart surgeon. South Florida's first Cardiac
ISurgery Team performs a Mitral Commisurofomy at Mount Sinai. (Ardmore Studios)
Hospitals, like hurr.ans, normally pass through certain stages of growth before reaching maturity.
Iimavrc said of Mount Sinai Hospital that it is reaching that state tar in advance of what is consid-1
fianormal rate of development for medical centers. A titter struggle is being where ideas are accepted or dis-
What is the yardstick by which the rate of maturity of hospitals is measured? Providing the best fought daily between Mount Sin- carded. It is when the best, most
care and the environmental fac-
tors of the patients assigned to
their team. As team leaders, they
are not only responsible for di-
rection of all patient care activ-
ity but also give medication and
treatments to those patients as-
signed to their teams. The non-
professional assistants give such
nursing assistance as comes with-
in their provir.ee at the profes-
sional nurse's direction. The
team is responsible as a group
and individually for the total
oare o; the patients assigned to
their group. As a result of the
team nursing method, patients
receive better ar.d more coordin-
ated care.
Training of hospital personnel
extend into almost r.ll depart-
ments at Mount Sinai including
dietary, engineering and admin-
istration. All teaching programs
are aimed at answering the med-
ical needs of the community with
an eye on today's needs as well
as on those of the future.
Open Research Study Program
KSibiecare lor the sitk'ar.d injured is, of itself, insufficient. The measure of maturity by which the
hoard ot Trustees ;.nd the administrative officers of Mount Sinai are guided, is that set down by the
found! oi Medical Education of
SieAmeri-.m Medical Association
Irfck'h calls, in addition, for prop-
lesching facilities for profes-
ral and technical workers.
Mount Sin. i's most dramatic
I history-making teaching pro-
ii. no\ iindi : way Is the train-
j of a cardiac surgery team, the
ist such group to be formed in
outh Florida. On the morning
tors in the packed operating ed Mount Sinai's invitation to
room. The very delicate opera-
tion, which has taken years of
experimenting by his associates
to perfect, requires enlarging of
the mitral valve which has be-
come closed by scar tissue to a
point where the head of a paper
match will barely pass through.
All the body's blood on the way
January 9th, this team of six through the heart passes through
Shown above is a ward patient being examined by an attending
Physician as two interns look on. There are s'jven interns cur-
rently in Mour.l Sinai Hospital's Intern Training Program which
has received the approval of the American Medical Association.
onjeians, under the supervision
* Dr. Robert P. Glover, pioneer
art surgeon, performed the first
wal commissurotomy in this ar-
m one ol Mount Sinai's oper-
s. This particular type
ft s irgery calls for the re-
f'; a major valve cf the heart
ome narrowed by
Lunatic fever.
Two patients were operated or.
tie morning under
tion by the team
vement was
by t a specta-
I
this small, defective opening with
the result that some of the blood
may back up into the lungs.
Dr. Glover's operative super-
visory visit to Mount Sinai was
followed soon after by a visit
from another pioneer intra-cardi-
ac surgeon. Dr. Charles P. Bailey
speak at the seminar include Dr.
James H. Means, Professor of
Clinical Medicine, Harvard Uni-
versity; Dr. William Dameshek,
Professor of Clinical Medicine,
Tufts College, Boston; Dr. D. M.
Bergenstal and Dr. Joseph B.
Kirsner, University cf Chicago;
Dr. Rachmiel Levine, Director,
Department of Metabolic and En-
docrine Research, Michael Reese
Hospital, Chicago; and Dr. Rob-
ert Elman, Department of Sur-
gery, Washington University
School of Medicine.
Dr. Paul N. Unger, is chairman
of the Seminar Committee. As-
sisting chairmen are Dr. Louis
Lemberg, Dr. Jandon Schwarz,
Dr. Samuel B. Kleinman, Dr. Leo
Levin and Dr. Paul Plotkin.
Teaching others is a constant
spur to the attainment of high
standards, to the utilization of
| new techniques and consequently
to the provision of first-rate pa-
tient care. Carrying out its
teaching program, Mount Sinai
became the first voluntary hos-
pital in the Greater Miami area
last July to receive approval of
the American Medical Associa-
tion for intern training. It has
seven interns on its medical staff,
five resident physicians and three
exterrs. In addition, there are
four technicians receiving train-
ing in the laboratory. The in-
training program for medical
technicians is in affiliation with
the University of Miami.
In the field of nursing, Mount
Sinai has embarked on a far-
sighted training program center-
ed about the establishment of a
School of Practical Nursing which
is being sponsored by the Worn-
After one year
ai Hospital and disease. To at-
tain its utmost usefulness, the
practical scientific knowledge is
brought into use for the treat-
modern medical center must em- ment and care of patients, that
phasize research, in addition to I research becomes effective. In
the fundamentals of good bed- j Mount Sinai's laboratories, its
side care. To that end, more | clinicians and physicians are
and more emphasis is being plac- j making it possible to diagnose
ed upon Mount Sinai Hospital's diseases more rapidly than ever
research program so that both before and to treat them with all
the attending physicians and I available new drugs and tecn-
those on the house staff may niques.
have within their reach the lab- The routine laboratory facilities
oratory facilities for study, in- have also been enlarged to in-
quiry ard experimentation. elude six sections: hemotology
Recognizing the importance of bacteriology, bio-chemical, blood
an intensive research program, i tank, histopathology and serol-
Mount Sinai's laboratories have ogy
been expanding at a rapid rate.
Under the direction of Dr. Maur-
ice Lev, Pathologist ard Director
To engage in research, to inves-
tigate, to discoyer, to improve
methods of preventing and com-
of Clinical and Research Labor- batting the ills of mankind calls
atories, the research program is for continuous, intensive and in-
being conducted along three lines ; telligent study. To benefit all
involving coronorary study: the ; humanity, as well as those who
nature of the conductive system place themselves in the care ot
of the heart, the relationship of
aging changes to the develop-
ment of arteriosclerosis and the
pathology of congenital heart
disease.
Dr. Lev, a diplomat of the
American Board of Pathology and
Fellow of the College of Amer-
ican Pathologists, came to Mount
Sinai after having served as as-
sociate professor of Pathology at
the University of Illinois Medical
School. Under his direction.
Mount Sinai's first research pro-
ject in arteriosclerosis will be
started immediately, it was an-
nounced last week by Max Oro-
vitz, hospital president. The pro-
ject is being made possible by a
grant of $5,000 from Leon Lowen-
stein, president of the Leon Low-
enstein Foundation, New York.
Arteriosclerosis, or "hardening of
the arteries", is one of the two
most common causes of death
known to medical science in the
United States today.
The project will require ex-
tensive research in the new ex-
perimental animal laboratory
now nearing completion under
the supervision of John Thomas,
Chief Research Technician. Such
animals as rats, turtles, lizards,
and chickens
the hospital's trained staff, is the
objective of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's research program.
r M?dnt
W?nq*LNVriin9 '"own re-
**&nT.Lni.Vn lh'c,r'of
, i en's Auxiliary.....
Both surgeons are on the stair \ o{ training in the School the
of Hahnemann Medical College i grafiuates, who will have receiv-
in Philadelphia. It will no longer i cd fneir p,-actical experience on
oe necessary for those afflicted ; tne (\OOTS 0f the hospital, will be
with this heart ailment to make i sufficiently equipped to assist the
the long and costly trips to North- ; regjstcred nurses and physicians
cm institutions to have this op- in ajj departments.
eration performed. The School, of which Miss
Mount Sinai's teaching pro- > Frieda Lebensbaum, RN. is di-
gram during the past year includ- lector, is the first in the State to guinea pigs, dogs and chicke
1 S the Dresentina of'its first an- Lppcive accreditation, from the will be utilizedI in the woik.
'nualpSsf-graJuate seminar in National Association for Practical Research laboratories merely
May o- caidio-vascular diseases. Tvimsejgucation. The course cov- corstitute the proving ground
Almost 200 physicians from all
parts of the country and Cuba at-
tended the three-day session in.
which Mount Sinai took the lead
in educating local physicians ana
'surgeons in the Latest dw.over.es
and treatments of diseases of the
heart. Medical men of this area
! wore given the opportunity ol
hearing such foremost researcn
Scientists as Dr. Claude Beck, of
Philadelphia, world renowned
heart surgeon; Dr. David I Ab-
ramson and Dr. Otto Saph.r of
Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago,
and Dr. John W. Gofman. associ-
ated with the University of Cal-
iiornia. __.
Plans have already been an
nounced for Mount Sinais sec-
ond medical seminar to. be held
May 22nd, 23rd and 24th Once
agrin. local physicians will meet
with prominent surgeons and Kt
enlists to discuss R^Advanc
es In Diagnosis And TreatrnenI.
Outstanding specialists m he
field from all sections of the
United State, who have accept-
Max Orovitz. President,
Mount Sinai Hospital
Training laboratory technicians in affiliation with the University of Miami. Shown in lower
right is a student receiving instruction in laboratory procedure. (Ardmore Studios)


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^.v FEBRUARY 22. 1952
Dr.
Bernard Cherrick
Dr.Cherrick
| Arrives Here
Under the sponsorship of the
lAmerican Friends of the Hebrew
Kniversity, Dr. Bernard Cherrick.
[member of the University's fac-
lultv. will arrive in Miami on Feb-
liuary 28th. for the purpose of ac-
Iquainting kw 1 audlencM with
I the aims of the school he rcpre-
Isents.
On Friday evening. February
129th. Dr. Cherrick will speak
Idurins the One* Shabbat at Tem-
Iplc Beti' Sholom, and on March
Nth. be '''ill deliver an address at
[tne Blackstone Hotel, Miami
| Beach.
Settling in Israel before the
IWar of Liberation, Dr. Cherrick
Iholds the post of Director of Or-
ganization and Information at
jihe Hebrew University, Jerusal-
em, where he also lectures in Ex-
Itension courses. In recent years,
Ihe has travelled widely and lec-
Iturcd in Australia, New Zealand,
ICarada. Great Britain and South
Africa.
Rabbi Stolper To
Head Brooklyn
Rbbinit*al Hoard
Rabbi D. Bernard Stolpcr, son-
in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
Rosch. of 536 10th Street, Mi-
ami Beach, was installed as pres-
ident of the Brooklyn Board of
Rabbis last Tuesday afternoon.
Rabbi Stolper is Spiritual lead-
er of the Congregation Beth Is-
rael (if East Flat bush, Brooklyn.
He is Jewish Chaplain of Ellis
Island where lie served the US
Coast Guard for approximately
nine years and where he inter-
viewed, comforted and Save spir-
itual assistance to hundreds of
immigrants, refugees, internees
and service men.
He has given many years of
service as a member of the Na-
tional Jewish Committee on
Scouting, has served on its Com-
mittee of Chaplains, and as Hon-
orary Chaplain of the New York
State and Kings County Divis-
ions of the Jewish War Veterans
of the US. Rabbi Stolper also
founded lour Zionist Districts and
one B'nai Zion Chapter. He has
been an active member of the
Brooklyn Zionist Administrative
and Executive Committees for
many years.
He was oulained by the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America and is a graduate of
New York and Columbia Univer-
sities. Among those present to
extend greetings was Benjamin
3rowdy, president of the Zionist
Organziation.
Mizrachi Women Hear
Talk On Mental Health
Miss Lois Parks, executive sec-
retary of the Mental Health So-
ciety of Southeastern Florida,
will address the Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women, on Mental
Health at their monthly meeting,
Tuesday, February 26th, 8:30 p.
m., at the Hotel Good.
Mrs. Louis Mecklowitz will
preside. Final plans will also be
made for the ChaDter's Donor
Luncheon to be held in April.
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Blitman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sadie
Blitman, formerly of 2073 SW 6t!'
Street, will take place Sunday,
February 24th at 2 p.m. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Car.tor Jacob Tambor offi-
ciating. Mrs. Blitman is survived
by a daughter. Rita, of Miami
Beach, and a brother, Simon San-
der, ol Miami. Arrangements are
A Most Happv Brotherhood Week
To All
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company: friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
A Happy Brotherhood Week
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Rabbi Stolper
Vivo Banquet
Held .Sunday
The annual banquet of the Yivo
Yiddish Scientific Institute, will
be held on Sunday evening. Feb-
ruary 24th. 6:30 p.m., at the Mon-
te Carlo Hotel.
Mark Uviler, national secretary
of the YIVO. will be guest speak-
er. Others scheduled to make ad-
dresses include Dr. A. Mukdoni
and Paul Millstone. The banquest
is under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Yivo Committee.
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-Jenist FkrtAHL
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and dance the cer< :.-
Is : the Sai ba1
The pert nr in
the direction o: Miss E
Dramatics Director I The He-
. Academy. Prin
bers of the ca#: il] ...
Makovsky, Irving K U n r Val-
erie Man and Adi h Stad-
lan. N R > Bar-
man.
The C: --. li Dance G
will be comprised : Rita -
Marcia Cohen. Faith ?
Janice Mamches, Gail I
sr.d Rita Polll k
The Concert
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conjugations of AMttiCA is on the
front of five Kosher Heinz Soups.
Four ore "milchig"!
On* is "pareve"!
_FRK>AY, FEBRUARY 22,195
Answer Member Drive
A large gathering attended the
t tee Downtown
-
formerly old Beth
David, last Monday everi
when Paul Rur.nK.r. thi,>,llan
the drive for new members nA
is first report """.mad
Representative Emanuel Celler. D-NY>. discussing serious; busi-
*L w.u 1*0 tomeaions. nanny Itoungman. leu. =~d ****
RosW-erq right at a r. sting for the Ecndi of Israel Campaign
y/.tcrdr/'ir"haMonte Carlo Hotel .In h/.s .dd~. to MJ^Jg
visito s. Ce:i,r stressed the need for Bone *"***h'HgJJ
States Government baa already ir vested 135 filler, InI
through tbi Export-Import Beak." said Celler. "Kow much has J
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Fiagler-Granada Has
Brotherhood Program
The W : d s Group cf th
rlagl r-orai la .' wish C< m-
ty Center held r
: : W men's Ch;..:
I is comiT 2 >'>
The For..: Group then pre-
-. 1 a Br itherhood Prog
Miss Alice M
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jf Ch: ans and J ws, and Rev-
r r i Edward Gran f the
." .-..-. Ass iation fr,r the Ad-
Colored Peopli
r f Mourt Zion
Ihurch.
Uables Worn Pit
Meet Wednesday
Sistei I of the Coral
Gab!i ih O nti .-1 com-
thly luncheon and
card party with a regular meeting
at th" Center on Wednesday af-
tern n, F< ruary 27th, at 12:30
The immitt includes the
. p.m.
Mesdames Ben Trupkin.
'man: Herl t Lustig, C
Tan: Mervin Ames, Sam Wag-
; man. s~ul Tashman, Henry Fine,
witz, Sylvia Greene.
Al Rich, Moe Alter." Sidney Blu-
menfeld. Leonard Wollman. Lee
Minor and Charles Rosenberg.
Morris Unger of Bayside. Long
Inland, died suddenly on Wed-
nesday. February 131h. at the
fc'j of 46. For 28 years. Mr.
Unger was associate-, with Jos-
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the time of his death, he was
vice president and manager of
the Joseph Jacobs Organiza-
tion. Surviving ere his wi.j.
Mollie Unger. two sons. Star-
ley and Lewis, his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Unger. two brothers. Dr. Paul
N. Unger. One Lincoln Road,
prominent Miami physician,
and David Unger. Long Island,
and a sister. Mrs. Matty Wal-
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PAGE 13 B
Annual Institute
)n Judaism
ipens Today
I rreatcr Miami Interfaith
with The
t nciloi Church
B*i,n The Conference of Jew-
J ationa and
I ^nBramh of the Coundl
K> W will hold its
lMAB*ual Institute on Juda-
t the Miami Beach Jewish
fiter today, ae irding to Mrs.
ferrran Rubin, chairman of the
Ltrfaith Conn. il.
|ne program will be based on
i. Authoritative Sources Of
Edais* and will include lectures
K Toral. and Midrash, The
Elmud and the Code of Jewish
tjspeakers will be the Rab-
fcirviig Lehrman, Moses Mes-
fceloff Morris Skp and Joseph
ferot. Oncn Forums will follow
ltd Cross Fills
Iiro Top Pot
The filling >i two more top
I m the 1952 Red Cross
fund Campaign were announced
la-lvihi- v.i k by John B. Tura-
nian.
f John Kincaid was named chair-
tan of the Miami Metropolitan
Division, while C. Gordon Ander-
fen will assume the post of chair-
fanof the Pi ssional and Spec-
I Groups Division.
J Kincaid was head of the 1944
ied Cross Fund Campaign in
fackson. Mississippi, and was al-
active in the Red Cross in
itlanta. During the recent Com-
tunity Chest Campaign, he was
^division captain. He is a mem-
ler of the Miami Kiwanis Club
Ind the Riviera Country Club.
I Anderson is a member of the
board of Governors for the
Imerican National Red Cross,
lonorary life member of the
loard of Directors of the Dado
tounly Cl ti r, former Dade
tounty Chapter chairman, presi-
dent of Ri member of the
Orange Bowl Committee and ac-
pvt in i thi r civic enterprises.
Irantivis Women
}ltmitr Members
A spec :,l meeting of the Louis
& Brandt is Auxiliary No. 199,
Free Sor.s of Israel, was held
Jr. Thursday, February 21st, 8
m., at the Scacomber Hotel,
H:ami B'
Charter members honored with
nemorial services for departed
Jisters. following.
A report of the Donor Lunch-
Jen held last February 14th, at
she- Vagabond Club, will then be
liven and will include a dis-
pssion of a plaque presented at
Pat tiiu to Mrs. Mac Le Bost,
piss Edna Finberg and Mrs. Jack
*vine for then- work during the
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PAGE 14 B
PLAN 1952 REFUGEE AID
AT U.S.N.A. CONFERENCE
UNITED ] I
Sn.er forrr.ar chairman of the US DisplacediPenMi
nd reoreser.lative here of the Office of the United
Ugo Carusi cer
SSSSSIS^tSSSSSrSi Retugess; discosses national and
International refuffe tid efforts with Walter H. Bierirger left>
l-;t A. I Gre.r/:efgh, resident and executive director, r^spec-
tfT.lyTVf United Service for New Americans at th* 9"
-;V=n nu eonferanca in New York of its board of directors.
xlement leadan from .11 parts of the coun ry
;::;. -d a program of aid for the 8.530 Jewish
-irrive in 1952. ar.d of continued welfaw
. for those still requiring fid among trie
if year. USNA. m nigra.
res M
... Capital Spotlight
M '
-
B iti
'.
:. ta n A
e th
t from 1
P '
'
: ican influ ni an I ..- -
n out of thi
Thai supporting the
A il
v ted with
i r and Mussolini.
: s re< all that
than 1.000.000 1st i lis del
tary 1 I Ara'i na-
:,' pulati d b c than 45,-
000.000. The Poli legist
no desire to unn
antagonize- Is: i by supporting
Arabs against I e Ji v ish
Such Sovii t action would
vjenist n,.r8rttnn
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
22, id
Ben Essen Speaks To
Golden Age Group
Be '
.
unity
Center, will be principa
,, Age Friendship
Miami B :\^ %
aftern n. Fi ruary 24th a
p.m. Mr. Essen will speak n
behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Introduce Rabbi Swirsky
Rabbi Shrr.aryahu T Swirsky
fficially assumed the pulpit
of congregation Beth El or. Fn-
dav. February 15th. was formally
ir/-oduced to the memcership of
the Congregation and the Sister-
hood at a special meeting held
."uesday._________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
v
I!
either

li
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
\: -----
NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
-
-

-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADECOUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 27458-B
In Re: ESTATE i 'I'
I. FLITMAN, Hi i<1
'-"; Hay.
tcalnai
.., you. are hareby
.....: HMMliW
indi hl.-h you. or
,vi uniw the
::Kl. I'l.lTMAN. deceased
i,,,i, County. Florida, to the
, ,,,,,. county Ju.iKi-K of i>ie
. ., me the same the>r
., ike County Courthouae In
.,....< norM. wMkta JWI
the tote of (the
contain the |egi ad-
..,. of the claimant and to he -worn
..,1 M aforesaid, or
mom will be barred.
,,.,,, F..|-,:> 1.1.11. A 11 !,
KTTA Kl.lTMA.V
\- Executrix of I he Last
Will and Testament of
i:.-i:i:i. ii.itman.
1 '.-. ,-rise'l
1 I- MATERS
Attornej ro Bxecnttla
! -22-29 :'
J.EGAL NOTICE
E CIRCUIT
ST!A!S]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cnpaKe m
nder the fictitious name f
BEACH BUDGET TRIP CO.,
ive Miami Bea. n,
mend to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
\ T HENDERSON COMPANY.
INC "" _
STEVENS TRAVEL SERVICE
V \MBER & LIFTER
I
. T I I


I

-. OLS
:
-

B '
th the A

near. If 1
that l

1 and
:
A
I--
the plight the
"
: Egypt
Egyptian i
Stal
'
Mr. Nassel i
was causi 'it'
dared to differ witl
ing r pi ins. "But o i
us, and has timi
parties, and to pul
of lies to i onvince thi rest of 1
world thai re the
:
I feel t. at I an actii no'
only for my family," Mr. N

- .!AN

7-1 I
NOTICE

UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
liVl v

111
.11


i'
MAI! IECK
/ -- /.
U
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File !07->7
M H

\ .
e, A.I
i
- d Cert I
I
I re II, in tl

The d pi


. said I'ertil li "hall bi
lax deed
lie 21
I
It if Fi bruary,
Aii. :
R : LEATHERMAN,
of It Ci
i da.
It c
Bj N C STERRETT,
i 'lerk.
3 I-H-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT r,e
ELEVENTH JUDICIALTciRn,V'
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR nil'-
COUNTYN-,4C7^NC"VADE
DOUGLA8 LACRICE CHRIBTI.
Defendant '"'MIAN,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To DOUGLAS LACRICE CHRuOTi
Addresi Unknown R,STI
You are require,I ... ., ,,.
your answer to the Bill of J!t\-M
for Divorce on ihe plaintIfru,Sl,|
and to file the original I
offieeof the Clerk of ,h.- .-,!',, "',;P
on or before the nth day ,.f \\'f<\
Dlvoree. he,,,,,,,,,. ,J
be taken r. confeMedfcl
Dated at Miami. Florida this ihJ
11th day of Kebruarv. V,' th"
K. IS. L8ATHERMAN
\'}e,ik Sf ,ne Clrculi ciurt
Dade Countv. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By H. C. FEIGE
I>eputy Clerk
Name and Aildrei-.- of
I'l.ilntlffn Solicitor:
MILTON A. TRIE I'MAN
1023 SeyboM iiidn.
2/15-22-89 3/7
plaint for
herein, will
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ni
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147233
EDWARD il.Htl" IN DAVIS, >
\.s.
PATRICIA DAVIS
12 Lawn Avenue
Ni a Rochi He, N v
TO: PATRICIA DAVIS
You .... hereby noi fh i that a m
of Ckfmplalnl for 11
filed ajralnat you, and
quired to serve- ., i
wer or fleadlna to
plaint .>n the
Stephen F. Keasler,
'. i si. Miami, l
j
..f the "lei k j
befoi
Man '.. 1952. If you
Juds ment by del .1
ou for Ihe i
Bill of Comn
DONE AND OH J
'"
A 11. 19
i: B. '
Clei .
Dadi C
[C
B> WM. u
n ity i


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. -ME LAW
thai
i -
*
A V. SCHOSTAK
-
LIN
I
g the- Reds no particular ben- said, "but for tl ity oi the
efit. It would onlj to fur-
ti the people "l I
and Jews everywhere at a time
i the Soviets are still trying
to depict themseh fi tends
of all miiT iups.
While many American nt-wspa-
.-still point to Israel as the
e ol .-,11 the West's woes in
the Middle East, there is a
n alization of the fal
premise. Israel is ore- ol the
'.' : bright spots in the Middle
East, It Is a country on which the
rount. Israel repri
proof that violent and ir-
:, insible Arab nationalism can
lealt with. Israel proved this
ship can evi n prevent pub- ,x.'-':!",'. V'TS : '' '' ''
in of obituaries, if anyone
I tian people who suffer from
such injustice, under such rulers.
suffering affects thi m
much as colonialism itself,
"As an ex-editor, I know <
litation
important holds the faintest
grudge against the corps. We
even have censorship on private
letters. Anyone with enough
courage to express an opinion is
immediately i ider.
ous. as spoken truth is not wel-
come- in Egypt."
"I it-ad the other d y," said Mr.
I', -that Mr. Truman
protection to a Russian wl en-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. -

II HAND AR' \ Mi
1
Kit h the Clerl
'oun of Dadi I 'ountv,
S AND .1 DlKTRIBl'TING CO.
11} LOCIH CELIAN
1*1
ALAN M IRCl'S
-
: i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'' 'TICE IS HEHEI1Y GIVEN thai
the underxl
- ii...1.1 tlti,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50761
v ITICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nettle Meyi nee if
idea I >i alnage I ilel i Icl Tax
s ile "ei tlflcute numbei i >l 2201 and
4123, dated th.- i"111. da) of May, AH.
IMS, hai filed i.i .. In mj
and haa made application for
lax deed to e-ii.- thereon in accord-
. tl i I Bald cei tlffn atei em-
. be i prop-
erty, aitunted In Dude County, State

Lol IJ, Blo. k 94, Coral Gablei RIv
-. Part 2, Plat Boo I
I v i !'. County, stai*-
..r i-"'.'.' Ida, an embra. ed In I 'ei tlfl-
\-. S20I Tl .i--.-s-i.irn. ..f
said i i ertlfl-
the name of
II i: Dohertt i'.t Al.
i.--- R & 16, Block 11, Bouth Ml n
I ..- A.i.m B, Plal Book 23,
ted in Dade County,
state of FI ii Id i, as embrai i 'l In
Certificate No 1125. The
..f -nit pioperty under the
aald certificate iaaued was in the
name ..f Realtj Exchange A Sales
Corp
rill,--- Bald certlfli tea ahaII be ra-
il to law, t..\ deed
then in on the 26th day of
March, V.B
i ..it. i ihis I9th day of February.
V.D. 19
i: r. LEATHEBMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dadi County, Florida,
li* N C STERRETT,
i ii ii v i 'lerk.
ill Court s. i
: 22-29 1 7-14-21

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I
AND FOR DADE CCN-Y.
FLORIDA. IN CHA'.CERY.
No. I
ABRAHAM BILVKRMAN
VI
l: VHEI. SII.YKIIM AN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl >: RACHEL SILVER:
- rk Stn
Montreal, Q
Canadi
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.. Bill of Co ni>l
:... n f:N-'l axalnsl
I to
. n- .in-"ei i" I'
..ii the plalntlff'i- 1

- thi -
the mil il Han
1952. in default of wn
Complain! will be I
- ,-.i
DONE AM. ORDER I
! County. Florida '
ol February. '''-' ,.
E. B. l.i: ITHEKMAS
Clerk, Circuit i
By: w M tX^KIXO
I'- puts c
- I
LEO SHEINER
Attorney, t ir Plaintiff
Ropei Bulldlnx
Miami 22, Florida
l' !.'. j:'-l"i :i'7_________________,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROQATE.
No 24232
in re: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH HOSBEIN
MacGREUOR, Deceai-e.l .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MA"
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE ,..,.,,..
Ti. ALL WHOM IT MAY ONCEW j
Notica is hereb] Klven .-,
riled my flnal report a I
of the Baute of Ellzahei "*<*$
reaor. deceased; lha. I -
filed my petition for final ',''',-b,
and that l will applj J.. H
W. V. BLANTON. County JUfJ
Dade County, Florida. o
day of February. !'''-' ^I'SSI
of the aame and for final I
as Administrator of tl < I
Elisabeth Hosbeln MacG
eased ___ ., janUrfJ|
Clerk .if the Cli It C I m Ii
County,
MAYER OLCCK
CARi .LINE GLflfK
i>wn<
CHERTKi '1 AND KALISI1
I
Ine (lluck.
-' 15-22 29 7
her soldiers defeated theltered the United States illegally.
numerically superior Moslems.
Arab nationalism is largely a
tool of reactionary leaders, or
misleaders. Arab nationalism is
of reactionary Arab
rulers. The present commotion
tents an attempt to secure
torial independer.ee. In the
meantime, however, it is not aim-
ed at bringing about internal
democracy or the liberation of the
masses from exploitation. The
Arab rulers deceive their people
by pointing to the Americans,
But. believe me, there are other
pla ea in the world which are no
better to live in, than those be-
lli: d the Iron Curtain. They are
oven worse, because nobody
knows about the tyranny and in-
justice which their people suf-
fer."
Mr. Nasscf is one Arab refugee
for whose status Israel can't be
blamed. What he has to say
makes a lot more sense than the
loud noises from Cairo and else-
where in the Middle East.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
...... No. 19580
RE ESTATI
LEtl MACHTEI, I......-. i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
, ',T,rE, her. by a \n n t] I I have
filed m
Final I i. .
. M virn
ed: jnd thai on the 17th il
S j will apply to th. ii -
orable W. I BLANTON, Co ntj
.....i l '"" County, l ;..; |dn foi
fff '; i- ''in nd for
fmal discharge as Admin ntrator ol
the .state of LEO MACHTEI, de
ceased.
This 15th day of Februarj I
MTER8, HEIm'aN^M^.^1
aii. rneys for Administrator
l 22-29 :; 7-H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147443
ARTHt'R \Y ROGERS .IP.
Plaintiff.

ELEANOR T, ROGERS,
i ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELK VNl 'I! T Ri K1ERS
-"."-'. Congn Ri id, Pan view
i 'a.i,.li n, New .l.i -,-\
Von, ELEANOR T. ROGERS, are
thai a P.ill of com-
Dl I. -s been filed
1 'mi v -a arc required lo
i opy ..f | \ Hirer oi Plead-
the Kill of nlnl mi the
Vttorney, WARREN B.
WKI'MAN, ;"7 II -. iyi Miami.
ami file the orlainnl Answer
Tl i
Estt"!
bypublTcation
:UIT COURT OF T"f
Dated this 29th day of
A ,M\V...MAM I- PAiWfc
TSSSS '
Qragor, de
2/1-8-18
NOTICE B"i
IN THE CIRCU.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cif.--
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*oe
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY-
NO. i?m ^^ri
Mary l.,Mav Ames, |
Street, Miami. Florida. > '_
Homer Blwood Amei '[::
Brett. BH Hawthor
Cincinnati 5, Ohio. Defendsni-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tie Homer Blwood Ajrie' B
Yon are hereby n i,
,,f Complaint for Dlvoi re-l
ualnal you, ami \,is"'rl
d t.. serve a copv ;. I
a to the mil l
RCOIJJ
|ill
or
Febi jary,
lorlda, this
V D. 1952.
i- B LEATHERMAN,
1 'lerk, Clrc ill Court,
Dade Count) I
.. Ircult Court s.
By WM w BTOCKINO,
WARREN s";vk1-ma'n-;U
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
S/22-29 1 ;-u
Judameiil by , v,n for the reii s
in the P.ill of Comply in' jiianrt.!
DONE AND ORDER ,u.o.|
Florida, thla Mth to> ol |
A. I). 1WI. I^ATHEBMA"'
|ark: SrwJ Sgk
pa,i, county, i"'
(Circuit Court Seal) sToCKl>u'
2/1-S-15-22
By WM \\ .-
Deputy Clern-


FEBRUARY 22, 1952
*,JewistncrkHan

PAGE 15 B
-^TUNDER FICTITIOUS
S"l!' ';,,, desiring l" ensiio I
, .,,,. fictitious name of
! nder|he .,,, ,,.,,
K[ ; I BVT' .,..,,.,. gia name
,. Circuit Court
.JSS^AiKinu
I \ iin-tenei
Wldrl
faff.Sth Stjfet,
'.Applicants
LEGAL NOTICE
AMENDED
'JnriCE "UNDER FICTITIOUS
n0T name law
,-[ IS HBBKin GIVEN
na ii. engage In
'the fletltloua name Of
SHOP, al MJ
Miami, Fla.. Intend
e. ,| name with '!' Cleric
,, f Dad, County.
i rroRGE SPEED
mm.ki.im: a. SPEED
luoXA MART
' ., i
^SERLAFrmUS
vmVF IS IIKKKHV GIVEN that
I vN.i.i...-iuii'-'i. desiring to engage In
I |h* undo. it. li(.tltiojis name of
VtSSh TEUIUCE. at 8116 Abbott
'.,',.. ucaeh, intemls to reg-
\Hi,i. wH* ti.e Clerk of the
V&MCmtTot Dade County, Florida.
Clriu i-vn'.UKV PROPERTIES, INC
BEBK-K. SH.MMIl" U FRIED
g J, for Applicant
; ^-;o______________________
I ,77hE~C0u"nTY JUDGE'S COURT
"N|J AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27367-B
Ii- I ESTATE OF
n ~T I. i".'llli'K. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
It, l| Creditors and All Persons Hav-
er Demand* Against
,.f you. are hereby
. ; and required U> present any
.i.mands which you. or
I ,.,h,.r ,.' mas have agamst the
ki.sii: i, COHICK, deceased
I May County, New Jer-
lo the H morable County Judges
iin.i file the same
. in Hi.. County Court
n Ii nil County, World*, wlth-
r months from the
I || ibllcatlon hereof.
I it demands to i I......
of the claimant and
ml pi psented as afore-
. bai i d.
ith, \ D 1932._____
WALTER MECKLE1
. Bxi i utoi of the
Lal Will and Teal iment of
ELSIE L. colllCK.
Dec. ased.
I. \!l\'
I .ii j Executor
nmsnvau
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14664T
MARION QERSHONOWITZ,
known as
MARION GERSH, Plaintiff,
\ S.
HIRSH QERSHONOWITZ,
ais,, known us
HENRY GERSH, Def. ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TOl IIIRSH QERSHONOWITZ,
i known as
HENRY QERSH
5(6 W( si 113th Rtreel
New York, N, Y.
Vim are nereb) notified that
"ii r cleaning 111 tnc ottloe i.r
the Clerk of the Circuit court on or
l"l.....In -Mil "lay nf February, l*tr,2-
i( you fail to do so, judgment by de-
f.ml, will Kf. i, ..mi liiu iu no so, juagmci
fault will be taken against you foi
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this until day of January
A. D. 1*62,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hail,- county, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. PEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
LEO SIIEINER
Attorney for l'lalntlff
302 Roper Building
Miami :ii'. Florida
2/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14730-
BTEPHANIE.BAKUTI8, Plaintiff
PETER R BAKl'-Tia. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: PETER B, BAKUTIS
Residenci i rnknow n
You fbj ordered and re-
si \. i copy ..f your answer
'" the bill ..f complaint for divorce,
a copy ,,f which Is enclosed herewith,
, miffs attorney, an i file the
I Ii the office of the C
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
1 lot Ida, on 01 i f.-t,- the i lib day of
March, I852, othi ti i-. thi all
of siilil bin win bi taki n as confessed
by you,
DAI ED: E. I i iarv IS, 1952,
E, B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit C iur1
.Seal)
Bs M. C. FEIQE
1 leputy el, ;!;
SAMUEL l RAND
At tomes for Plaintiff
100? Olymi ,i:ir
M ami 32, l- lorlda
2 15-22-29 :. T
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19452
RE: ESTATE OF
QUEENIE STELLA sfACHTEI.
1 teces sed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE w hereby given thai I have
filed my final report and iit-tition for
final Discharge as Administrator nf
the estate of QUEENIE STELLA
M I CHTEI deceased; and that "II the
17th day of March. 1 !r,2. I will apply
to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON,
"unity Judge of Dade County,- Flor-
:-1.i ,in: approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
trator of the estate of QUEENIE
STELLA ma cirri: I. deceased.
This 15th day of February, 1952.
- B M MACHTEI
MYERS, IIEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
2 TJ-Ti :i 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'- HEREBY GIVEN that
I, desiring to engage In
Ihi fictitious name of
LAl'RA VAN MARSH, al till Lincoln
Raul. V:.n i:. a. h. Florida. Intends
I name with the Clerk
flrvuil Court Of Dsule County,
1
DANIEL 11. HERMAN
tsole owner)
Ii IE I TAUANOFF
I An f. Applicant
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S0TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ltt undersigned, desiring to engage in
I the fictitious name of
I ARTISTIC DISPLAYS '<>. (not Inc.)
I N Miami Avenue. Miami.
I r Ii nd to register said name
I : tin- Circuit Court of
I Klorida,
.11 MAN It. ABERMAN
, CAROLYN J. A HERMAN
lOEnn IE .1 TALIANOFF
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146925
ROSE RINALDI, Plaintiff.
vs.
LIUERt) ANTHONY RINALDI.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: L1BERO ANTHONY RINALDI
7y Edgewood Avenue
Waterbury, Connecticut
You, Libero Anthony Rlnaldi, arc
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
you, ami you are required t"
serve a cops of your Answer or Plead-
ing t. the Kin ,.f Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney. Amos Benjamin,
SOS Olympla Building, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit on
or before the 28th da] of February,
1952. if you fall t.i ili"> ^', Judgment by
default will lie taki i against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
. 'omplaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
tins 29th cay of January,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 14718,"
SUIT FOR CANCELLATION OF
FINAL DECREE oF DIVORCE
TO: PANTEL AYVAS
luti aarlbaldl Ave.
I.odl. New Jersey.
You PANTEL A WAS arc hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Cancellation of Decree of Divorce has
been filed acainst you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the nlaintlff's Attorney,
HERMAN WEPMAN, 407 Blscayne
BuildlnK. Miami, Florida and file the
oiiiiinal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the cl.rk of the Circuit Court
on or before the I" day of March, 1982.
If you fail to do so. judgrm-nt by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
i !omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
ii, Ii w.k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day of February. A.D.
1952
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clt rk. Circuit Court,
I -r,.it- .. ,,unfy, Florida.
Co I S.al)
I.. WM, W. STOCKING.
I leputy Clerk.
2/13-22-29 3/i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. rslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BUN and SKA OF MIAMI, at 60 N...W.
3rd Street, Miami, Horida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DANIEL SEROTT
(Sole owner)
I'AIJ.OT. SILVER & MCLLOY '
Attorneys for Daniel Serott
Miami. Florida
804 lngraham Building
2/1-8-1.".-:"-'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26987 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRVING ADKR. also known as
OSWALD ADER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H
ins Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
YOU, and each of you. are hi
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you,
either of you, may have against the
,.,;,,.. of Irving Ader. a.k a Oswald
Ader, deceased late of Miami. I^!\';
Countv, Florida, to the lion. FRANK
i: i i\vi.IN'.;, County Judge oj I u
County, and file the same 111 ll! OT-
flc- In the County Courthouse In I
Countv, Florida, within eight calendar
in mtlis from the date of the first pUb-
tlcatiun hereof Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
.,,il pre ruled as aforesaid, or -anie
will be barred. See Section 120 Of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date January. A. D 1952.
SOPHIE ADER,
As Administratrix of the Ba-
tata <>f
IRVING ADLER,
also known as
OSWALD ADER. Deceased
HERMAN WEPMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
2/1-S-13-22
Florida,
1952,
J/I-8-15-21
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Co irt
I >ade 'OUnty, 1* lorlda
By WM. W, STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
,, No. 26868
|L Ri KSTA i: i IP
CA81CA I'.ARSON, Deceased
I-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ml All Persons Ilnv-
Demands Against
i
I, ''"i each of von, are hereby
quired to present any
and demands which you, or
I ii, ij have against the
I 01 I'ASICA I'.ARSON. de, eased
['' ",f Dade County, Florida, to the
inon u p m.ANTON, County Judge
I I'.el. County, and file the same in
In the C
County,
ii ini'i ths
|2l.PUbllcatlon hereof!"" Said
I tlfliuii,-
IMdreu of
I ""in i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BUTTERY, at Allison Hotel,
US] Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..f Dade County. Florida. ,__
ALLISON OPERATING
COMPANY. Inc.
By: LollS ADDER
President
BAMUEL ROSEN
Seel et.ll \
MYERS, HIEMAN \ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
j. g-15-22-29
. -lunty Courthouse
Elorida, within eight
from the date of the
>n hereof. Said claims
to contain the legal
the claimant and to be
and presented as aforesaid.
HI he barred Bee
bit 't','";:'' l'''d>ate Act.
"ate February 4th. A.D.
TRIFON PARSON
Aj Executor of the
"ill and Testament of
.*** p. siV?,'., ,,AK!S,,N'- Deceased
I Executor
Ii:
b'ectlon
19.72.
Ijst

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
M Ml r >)
.NOTICE ,^^-E--L-A-w
HEREBY (ilYEN that
m to engage In
11 id." de'sTrin'
.'.'". Hctjypui name of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BIG WHEEL DRIVE-IN. at 2256
a W 32nd Avenue, Miami. Dade
County. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Conn of Dade County. Florida,
BERNARD T. PALh\
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
:!02 Roper Building
Miami. I'lorida
2/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneas under the nctftlous name of
BURGESS APARTMENTS, at 726
7>>S lefferson Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mori I ,.intend to register said nan-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DaTe County. Ftorlda^^^
OUSSIE BLBLONK
HARRY ZIKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
2/8-15-22--'___________________
.' BAI( AND (HULL, at 2093
Intend. i Av.nue, West Miami. Fla..
'Wk ,(",','!l '' '''' """< llh the
Ctsaty. Piorld rcult Court of Dade
I K ii,,'"KI-KN S- ESBITT
. IRO ( FBIED
I Applicant
Rd.
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
a- Crni,"'1!1'" i'h the
I *Tono. u,t c"UI"t of Dade County.
fc PARgf^* BUCHHOLZ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
couNTVN.,Ni4SiANCERV-
ALLENE EL1Z.XBETII BR,VY.ff
' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .
TO- JEFF BRAY
' ;",, M,s .1 II. Bray
2is East balks Stn 11
Spokane, Washington
yor'arc required to "','.,' *
In the Office of the '' k gr t
i;i'"'iV Sa^h0^ Oh-w'se ,e
niii f CoKinttor Divorce, hereto
grt filed nareln. will b. taken a* eon:
'Sated" JTiiiaM Florida, this eth
(lay of February. ^THBRMAN.
,-lerk of the Circuit Court
(S*al> By 0 B. HARD1E
Deputy Clerk
MICHAEL M ISENBE1U1
Attorney for PI:UntIff
i47 Blscayne Building
Ilaml, Florida
2/8-18-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Nc 147191
JACK BROWN, Plaintiff.
MARY BROWN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: MARY BROWN
176-11 Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica, Queens, New York.
ViM ABE HEREBY .NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
.0 ive entltli I c tune and you are here-
in 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
tb Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the mth day of March. 1951.
otherwise a Decree Pro ConfeSSO "ill
be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
| the JEWISH lT.olillMAN
Dated at Miami. I lorlda. tins s da)
,,f February. 1952.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj 0 B RARDIE.
Deputy clerk.
BALLOT. SILVER At MFLLov
Attorneys for Plaintiff
-nl lug: i ha in Building
Miami. Florida
2/15-22-29 3/
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146115-J
CAROLINE LOIS McGILL, ...
plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT J. McOILL. defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT J McGILL
(WM) *4MiS6
Present whereabouts unknown
i Escapee from State Prison)
You. ROBERT J. McGILL. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys. CLICK X- PELTZ, 130.".
Congress Building, Miami, Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 8th
day of U in h, 1952. if you fail to
do so. judgment by default Will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
PI Ida, this i'h day of February,
' V. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M c. Felge
Deputy Clerk
FLOYD S GLICK
K BARNETT PELTZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
I::.', Congress Building
Miami, Florida
2 >-1.7-22-2'.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14695-*-
MINNIE JACKSON, Plaintiff.
IlAROLT> JACKSON, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAROLD JACKS. i.N.
i Address unknown)
You are required to serve a copy
of vour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney.
MORTON ROTHENBERG. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, 1' lorlda. ml
file the original in the office of Cm
Clerk of the Circuit Court op or be-
fore February 29. 19.72; OthejW Be.
said Bill will be taken as con..... I
Dated thin 30th day of January.
"' E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en-iage in
business end,,- the DS"*lottJrtnJg,fJ,i
SASH CONSTRICTION COMPAN1
it Royal Castle Building, 1040 Bis-
;.;,. Blvd Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the i ier
of the Circuit Court of Dade ( ounty,
norid- nasii RUBS
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Nash Russ
12" Line .In Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
2/15-22-29 /',
I Seal)
! 1-8-15-22
Bv It. 11. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147146
david WEISS, Plaintiff,
KITTIE' MELNIIOLD WEISS.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KITTIE MEINlloLD WEISS
1910 Grand Concourse,
Apartment 4F
Bronx .77, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
serve a copy of vour Ansu. i to
Plaintiffs BUI of Complaint for di-
vorce on Plaintiffs attorneys, JJEIN-
STEIN, WEIN8TEIN A ^EIN-
STEIN, 4211 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and to file your orig-
inal Answer in the office of the
Clerk of the above Court on or be-
fore the 6th day of March 1892. other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED this nth day ,.f February,
]l"" E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
S 8-16-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Imsiness under the fietlt-''" """V'.
SONNY'S JUICE BAR at t 2". N I-..
,,, Ave,,,,.. Miami. Ftorlda Intends to
saclster said name with the t lei k of
the Circuit Court of Dad, Cunty,
n""a MARTIN CAPLAN
Attorneys for
I l.oYD S. GLICK*
BARNETT PELTZ,
1307, Congress Bldg..
Miami. Elorida
2/15-22-29 3/i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ih,. undersigned, desiring to engage in
I,uslness under the fictltlous name Of
OH INGE BOWL COI RT Al \l. I
Ml nts al 100 N W. null Ave.. Miami,
fla.. 'ntend I" register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit ( ourt of
"^"''s^M'EB'V^BiiW.TZ
MOLLIE LEIBOWITS
Owners
MANUEL '-'BEL
nes for Applicant
Law VI is Bldg.
- N i: 2nd Ave.
2/13-22-29 :!/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name_ of
Ml-lll SODA SHOP, at 2882 Wejt
FlagU-r Street, Miami. Fla Intends
to register said name with the ClerR
of the Circjilt Court of Dade County.
Florida. RENATO nENVENUTI
STEPHEN F. KESSI-ER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
2/15-22-29 8/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27412-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ALBERT L. KAHN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereb>
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vnu. may have against the
estate of ALBERT L. KAHN de-
ceased late of Miami Beach. Dade
Countv, Florida, to the lion. W Y.
BLANTON and FRANK B. DOW L-
1NG. County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in his office In 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 he sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
A..,
Dated January Slst. AO IK!.
I IDA 1. KAHN
/s/ ARTHCR M. KAHN
As Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
ALBERT L. KAHN.
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
:,o Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executors
2/8-15-22-2:'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
EVELYN STEIN BECKBRMAN
PHILIP BECKERM \N. Defend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO- PHILIP BECKERMAN,
r.M N.w York Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a cj
the Answer to the Bill of Con
upon the plaintiff's attorney. M iK
TON ROTHENBERG. t2" I- '
p.,,ad. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original in the office of th,
,,f the Circuit Court on or Del ire
March 12th, l6Z! otherwise,
Bill will be taken as confess, t dj
Dated this 12th day of February,
A1' ''' EC B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of th.- Circuit C >urt
Bv R. II RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
2 IS 2 2-29 3/7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27370 A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ALICE AUGUST, 1.....1 ased
To All Creditors and All P<
Having Claims or Demands Al
You. and each of you. are :
notified and required to nresenl
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have agatn-t !
estate of ALICE AUGUST. de<
lii, of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same ill their office in .he
Countv Courthouse In Made (ounii.
Florida, within eight calendar j
from the date of the first publication
hereof Said claims or demands "
contain the legal address Of the <, n
ant and to he sworn to and presen so
as aforesaid, or same will be b
Hale February 4. AD. 1952.
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST ..
As Administrator! of too
Estate of ,
\s Co-Executors of the Last
Will and Testament of
U.1CE AUGUST, Deceased.
ARTHUR J AEGIST
Attornev for Executors
2/8-15-22-29
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