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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
etropolitan Division's Caravan To Orient Campaign Workers
* *---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Weinkle Urges Participation In
Sunday Caravan; To Visit Agencies
I Simiuv March 2nd. has been named as Caravan Dav by the
lumMlitan Unit of the 1352 Combined Jewish Appeal, it w:s
T ..mr'p'fl bv Fred Shochet. Metroplitan chairman, early this week.
T n"sir'da\ morning, at 10 o'clock, several hundred Greater Mi-
unswill make a tour bv bus of the 7 local agencies which receive
Efeinthe annual Combined Jewish Appeal.
t visited include hpad ^ ^^ q( ^^ ^ the
Flagler-Granada area.
?T vTnri^wM be on stated. "The phenomenal growth
if the Au.ncies Will be on m.mtv has noress.tated
t Sinai Hospital. Jewish
Eme for the Aged. Jewish So-
lid Service Bureau. Jewish \ oca-
Enal Se-vi.v. Bureau of Jewish
Mucation. Greater Miami Jewish
6mn-.ur.itv Ci nters and National
End! > Jewish Women.
Executive directors and offt-
rs of the ....
End as hosts to explain tr.e func-
tions and offered to resi-
dent; of Greater Miami and to
EUte questions from the visitors.
llieer.tire tour will be recorded
|on television for oiesentation on
ftTVJ during the week of March
fad through 8th.
Albert Comanor, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau, will act as barker and
Tpomt out human interest aspects
iofthe Agencies" programs in their
services to the Jewish commur.-
|ty.
Top campaign officers in the
The purpose of this conducted (
tour of our Agencies is to ac- |
quaint campaign worker? r.nd our .
Jewish community with the work I
accomplished by their dollars."
campaign chairman Carl Weinkle
of Dade County has necessitated
expanded health and welfare fa-
cilities for our Jewish commun- I
itv. and it is through the Corr.bin- |
ed Jewish Appeal that this finan-
cial need can be met.'" Weinkle
stated.
"It is the moyal and civic re-
sponsibility of every resident in
the Greater Miami area to recog-
nize these vital needs and to give
generously when called upon to
do so. The Caravan idea has re-
ceived overwhelming and enthus-
iastic response from civic leaders
who see in this conducted tour a
means of telescoping the splendid I
UJA Inaugural Gift Meet Tops
Record With $11,341,000 Tally
The largest sum ever given.to launch a nationwide drive of the United Jewish Appeal was con-
tributed hore on Sunday 88 gilts totalling $11,341,000 poured in at a closing session .of the UJAs Ra-
tional Inaugural Conference in the Saxony Hotel to formally open the Appeal s 1952 Campaign [Oi
aid to Israel, distressed Jews overseas and refugees entering the United States. A__,, -,arr
This record contribution of gifts, which keynoted the opening of """^.-^isn Appeal cam
paign activity in 5,000 communities throughout ths country exceeded by S1.191.00CI the sum given
here ore vear ago when $10,150,000 came forward at a similar launching of a UJA campaign.
Edward M. M. Warburg, General Chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal who presided at the session attended by more than 500
Jewish Leaders from community in 41 States, hailed establishment
of this new record in individual and corporate giving to the UJA as
"another great demonstration by American Jews of their utmost
concern for human life and human liberty."
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. Executive Vice-Chairman of the UJA.
termed the $11,341,000 contributed here "a remarkable beginning in
this year's drive of the United Jewish Appeal to raise 8151.500.000
and thereby to help assure victory for Israel as she fights her second
war of independence this time for economic independents."
The UJA Executive Vice-Chair- ^ ^^ on ^^ h.
iop campaign. uu>w- .i means of telescoping tne spienaia
Metropo!it,r. Lnit who will join numanjtarian service of our 7
-jAgencv directors as hosts and
lostesses will include M. J. Kope-
Jfewitz. chairman of the Federa-
Ition districts representative plan.
lad Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Edu-
lotioral chairmaa, both co-chair-
|men of the Metropolitan Caravan
event; Mrs. Harry Gordon, mobil-
isation chairman for Miami; Irv-
ing Saal. area chairman for the
City of Miami; Mrs. Milton Sir-
Ikin, mobilization chairman for
iMiami Beach: Dr. Naphtali A.
IWeidrerg. chairman for Coral Ga-
Ibles; and Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
Itnobilizatiuu chairman for Miami
iBeach Representing Hialeah and
iMiarr.i Springs, will be chairman
William Kneapler. Ben Clein will
Agencies into one short after-
noon."
Metropolitan chairman. Fred K-
Shochet has extended a city-wide
invitation to join the Caravan at
10 a-m. on Sunday, March 2nd.
Dr. Einstein
Succumbs At 71
BERKELY. Calif (JTA)Fun-
eral services were held here last
week for Dr. Alfred Eistem, in-
ternationally known musicologist
and cousin of Professor Albert
Einstein, who died at nearoy El
Cerrito. He was 71.
man stressed that the record sum
contributed on Sunday consti-
tutes "a first re-en:orcement for
the new State as she fights this
grim war for economic survival."
He urged American Jews to
follow the afternoon's action
"with the kind of generosity that
can help the United Jewish Ap-
peal achieve by June 30th. two-
thirds or $100,000,000 of its
$151,500,0000 goal.
"The United Jewish Appeal,
which is the largest voluntary
fund-raising agency in the United
States." Dr. Schwartz indicated,
finances the immigration, settle-
ment, welfare and rehabilitation
programs of three constituent
bodies operating in Israel, Eur-
ope, Arab lands and in this coun-
trv. These constituents are the
United Israel Appeal. Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and United
Service for New Arr.encars.
Ben-Gurion's Greeting
Sunday's action, which came
in response to warnings by the
Appeal's leaders that Israels
fate and futu.s depend to a
UJA's 1952 campaign, was giv
en further impetus by a special
message from Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. in a cable ad-
dussed to Mr. Warburg and
Dr. Schwartz for transmission
to the Conference, declared that
his country "" beset by grave
and dangerous difficulties
which the young State cannot
master without the continuous
and selfless cooperation of Jew-
ish men and women the world
over."
Mr. Ben-Gurion termed the
United Jewish Appeal "that noble
instrumentality" whose "healthy,
constructive help" has been felt
throughout Israel.
He pledged that "the people
of Israel will cheerfully bear
heavier burdens knowing that
they are not alone in fulfilling
the task which Providence has
imposed on our present genera-
tion." .
The Israel Prime Minister
"blessed" the leaders and work-
ers of the United Jewish Appea.,
asserting that with the help of
the UJA the State of Israel, per-
haps the greatest and most con-
structive enterprise of our people
in its long history, "can be car-
ried to success."
List Contributions
The session heard also from
Israel Ambassador to the United
States Abba S. Eban and from
Eddie Cantor. Chairman of the
UJA's National Leadership Mob-
ilization.
The more than 500 communal
leaders hailed especially the
contributions of a number of
men and women whose out-
standing gifts helped set the
Appeal's all-time record for the
launching of a nationwide cam-
paign. These included:
Abraham Levitt and Sons. William
and Alfred. New York, $2.",0,no0; Wil-
liam Rosenwald. Mrs. Adele R. l-fV-
Mr*. Marion It. AscoH, and famine*.
New York, for more thin 12..". '
Mrs. Felix M. Wurbura, New York, n
personal gift of Jlio.oon; the Blau-
slela family group. Baltimore. Mary-
land. flJu.000: Mrs. Louis Altschul on
behalf of the Altsohul Foundation.
New York. $130,000; Robert and Saul
Kchiff. New York and Columbus. Onto,
$ir,0,00"; .lack I). Welter ami Ben
Swig. New York and San Francisco,
note than $11X1,000: Joseph Cherner,
Washington. PS.. $100,000; Anony-
mous. Cleveland. Ohio. SX3.000. Louis
II. Boyar and Associates, i*>s Anaeies.
$l.*i.O0O: Mrs. Henry Hilesou for Ittle-
xon Foundation. New York, al least
I7S.00O: Jacob Feldman, Dallas. Texas.
$70,000; Al>e Kasle and Associates.
Detroit, $."..000; Samuel and Iuis
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Golda Myerson, Local Leaders To Open BIG DAY Here
tin Golds Myerson, Minister of Labor in the Israel cabinet
will be guest speaker at the BIG DAY finale Stars oveIsiae
Punm fiesta, scheduled for 8 p.m.. Monday, March 10th, at the Miami
Beach auditorium. ... ,______-,,__
the Greater Miami Committee.
Mrs. Myerson's. arrival was an-
nounced by Seymour Liebman,
chairxan of the Council of Or-
Unuzatiors of the Greater Mip.mi
[Committee for Bonds of Israel
Coveinment at last Sunday's BIG
DAY meeting for top national
and local leaders.
Liebman said that the visit of
Mrs. Myerson to Miami, her sec-
ond within a period of one year,
will follow her attendance at a
national conference for Israel to
* held at the Israel Embassy in
Washington on March 1st and
Mrs. Myerson's visit will climax
a two day Bonds of Israel Gov-
nment campaign in which more
" 2.C0O men and women will
[ ,' uP'i every Jewish house-
yolaer m South Florida in an ef-
'H to make good the slogan:
*n Israel Bond In Every Jewish
n-ini. house-to-house campaign
*"' begin at 9 o'clock Sunday
""*nm8. March 9th. and will end
To ih Snow on Monday night.
t,i Perso" selling the greatest
amount of bonds to the largest
"moer of people, a round trip
hrTi l. lsrael aboard the El Al
ltk,LA'lllnes w>u be awarded,
Jr"W announced at a meeting
d':cam-Paign workers held Sun-
a> at the Royal Palm Hotel. The
rner uK was addressed by Morti-
nL ,v of Nashville, Tennessee,
Ziom?,V'ce P^ident of the
and It 0rgamzation of America,
man S^t. Harry Gersten, chair-
man >f the Women's Division of
Workers Kits for the BIG DAY
campaign will be distributed at a
campaign breakfast to be.he d
Sunday morning. March 2nd 10
am., at the Fishermans Whar-
Restaurant, 2362 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach. Each volunteer will
be given a specific territorial as-
signment, including a list of peo-
ple on whom to call, and tr.e BIO
DAY kit containing factual mate-
rial on Israel, a prospectus au-
thorized credentials and all other
necessary equipment for selling
Bonds.
The volunteer Bond salesmen
ar.d saleswomen, part o: a na-
tionwide army of 80.000. will be
the key figures in the Jewish
community's participation in a
day of educational and sales ef-
fort on behalf of the State of Is-
rael $500,000,000 Independence
Bond Issuue. At the Sunday
meeting they will also be bmfed
on the significance of IU uax
to Israel as well as to the Amer-
ican Jewish community, current-
yapreparing itself for an unpre-
cedented drive to "\snure ma^w
mum investment aid for the new
State of Israel.
Funds provided through the Is-
rael Bond drive have already
mlde possible a substantial ex-
Snston of Israel's industry and
agriculture. Additional sums pro-
vided during the current year
must enable Israel to carry on
to historic p252to2*S
development and immigrant aD
sorption.
Mian-lI Marches
In Cortege For
King George VI
LONDON (JTA)-Jews through
out the British Commonwealth
of Nations, joined here with
their fellow subjects in mourning
the death of King George VI.
Throughout the United King-
dom, on the first Sabbath follow-
ing his death, special prayers
were recited for the deceased
monarch at synagogue services.
The Holy Ark was opened and
congregations prayed that the
late King would "be remembered
unto God for all meritorious
deeds which he wrought while
on earth." ,
Flae* on all Jewish institutions
throughout the commonwealth
were flown at half-mast and
many functions arranged by Jew-
ish bodie:. were cancelled.
In London, the Joint Palestine
Appeal campaign, which was to
have beer, launched last .week
by Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett, was postponed until
next month. Mr. Sharett s offic-
ial' visit to England was thus can-
celled, but he flew to London
from Paris to represent the Gov-
ernment of Israel at the funeral
services for the late King.
Flanked by the mission chiets or
Syria, Lebanon and Yemen,
Sharett marched in the funeral
procession of King George VI,
through three miles of London
streets as the late monarch s body
was borne on its last journey to
its resting place in Windsor.
Mr. Sharett expressed sym-
pathy to the Queen over her loss.
* *
Appoint Co-Chairmen For Mii Bay
The appointment of 12 co-chairmen for the BIG Day event
(Bonds of Israel Government Day). March 9th. was announced to-
day by Grand Marshal Joseph Cherner nuQ,loo
They are Carl Weinkle. Jacob Sher, Leon Jacobs, Charles
Fruchtman, Jack Dubinsky, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Sam Friedland.
Mrs A A. Hayden, Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Dan B. Ruskin Mr. Morru.
Goodman, Abe S. Kay, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. Louis
Vtee chairmen for the day are Seymour Liebman, chairman of
the Council of Organizations, and Mrs. Harry Gersten, chairman
of the Women's Division. .
"' "' w"'"c"_________--------------------- AwlKtlnK the Br..nd nmrHhal. Vfcj-
halrmeu and co-chairmen are I
Attack Synagogue
To Forget Death
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Three brothers who said they
turned to desecrating a syna-
gogue here to forget the sorrow
of their father's recent death,
were held by a magistrate in
Felony Court for a later hearing.
The unique alibi for the van-
dalism against a Brooklyn syna-
agogue was advanced by the
Freeman brothers, one of whom
has auto theft and Sullivan Law
convictions on his record. An-
other of the trio. Private Joseph
Freeman, 21, was home on fur-
lough from an Army camp in
California because of his father's
recent death.
Police said the brothers drank
heavily Saturday night to forget
the sorrow of their father's death
and then as a "prank" threw a
pail of garbage through the glass
of a synagogue window, scatter-
ing the refuse in the house of
worship.
following majors and captains t the
Hniid BlifMe: Joseph Alexander.
Mi- Elisabeth Altholz. Mrs. Henry
Amlin, Shu' Ashkenaxy. Mat Astor,
Mrs. Ella Beckerman. Ras Berman.
Herman A Hinder. Ida Kooksna.i.
Danny Clavltt, Mollle t'ohen. Mr*,
('littler, Miss I.. Iianxltter. Mrn. .1.
DiKiiven. M. Edeleten. Malvin Bnsj-
lander, T. Pelnsteln, Meyer Fine. Mrs,
Rose Kiitel. Klsie Kieiman. Mrs. Har-
rv Qersten, Hen filller. Henry Gins
b'ei'R. Mrs. Louis Qlasser, Smia (iold-
bern. Feail QraetS, Mrs. Robert Gray-
sun, Yelta flreetxman. Mrs. A. B.
(Irene. Beatrice R. Haher. Mrs. (I.
Ha.Uer, Mis. Sadie Horowlts. Mrs.
Sonhie Jacobs. Mrs. Bee Jaffer. Re-
becca Junket. I'elia Kaye. Gertrude
Kasne, J. Kranls, H. Brljisten. Fannie
Lampf, Cella Landy. Mrs. Ir\ Ins
I.ehrman. Frances I^vinson. Mrs
David I.evlnxn. Mrs. Fanny I.iei>-
man. Bsymour B. Liebman. Annie
i.ubar. Kotman i.uiin, Mrs. Frances
Makovskv. Rose Marcus, Birdie Mo,
Joset'h Mechlow. Mrs. Anna Brenner.
Meyers, Mary Miller, 1-ena Mlntxer.
Matilda Mltnick. Mrs. Pavid OI>el.
(Jussie Backer. Joe I'ardo. Mrs. David
Pollack. Mrs. Joseph Press, Nat Rat-
ner, Mrs. Clara Rubin. Lena Rul.i X,
Mrs. Freida Sallt. Mrs. Nellie Sander*.
Mrs. Tlille L. Schwartx. Henry Seit
lin Mrs. H. Seitlln. Simon Selden.
Mrs. Harold Bhanlro, Mrs. RarhS'l
Shapiro. Ksther Shedroff. Mrs. Ber-
nard Shrrmeii. Minnie Shirbow. Mrs
Sam Shirpack. Mrs. Sot Silverman.
Bo) silv.-i nan. Morris Simon. M ~
Simon. Harrv J. Sonx. Mrs. B. Speti.
Mrs. I. Star. Mrs. Tarr. Charlotte
Wanner. Mrs. Maurice Wexer and
Rose I'e Younn.


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Israel To Honor
Crippled Children Mummer Family
>s -:: and :,,r' Aaron s I
, '" Hi wi be nonored bv the D:.
SprillJ Hl*iv#* : Israel a Testi
r ^ Dinr..: on Sunda; evening.
The Dace County S iety :,:. ;. 2nd. 8 p n t thi Ed-
Cripp] I launci its wards H tel Mi i Beach.
1052 Spri .. : Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president
March 13th, ( tl I
Robert C. Heel
noun-
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Mrs. Lauei
nstrumenti I indin
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vices to w education ai
Mi
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Hector I Musi elect
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Dade County i -. ; |
Sam Saal
Succumbs Here
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officiating. Inter-
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______________________
To Review Du Maurier's
Novel Here On Tuesday
T. i :' "' ii niversary sell
if t e Lit< rarv Guild of America.
My Cousir Rachel, by Daphne Du
Maurier. will be discussed on
Tuesday, March 4th. 1:16 p.m.,
during ting ol the Tuesday
Review ;it Teir.ple Beth S!
Miami Beach.
Mrs. 1 M. Weinstein will re-
9 Du Maurier's i
Mrs Sol Leslie is chairman and
book review
y Hadassah.
: $65

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Ring Theater To Perform
Shckespearean Plays

Mango Avocado
a-.d Citrus Trees S3.50
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If your
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Horowitz -Margareten
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are ideal!
THEY CONTAIN
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TRIPLE-PACKED TO PROTECT FRESHNESS!
Distributed by
PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
14 N.E. 24th SL. Miami 37, Flo. Phon. 3-6866
Burdine Party At Monte
Carlo Hotel Tonight
A gal i Paint The Town Pink
inspired by Revlon'a new
place tonight, in
Club Casino m Monte
H itel. i i entire room will
,: in pastel pink

DW will
I '...-inn's all'
h is presented
Hy v Stone, co n-
! Gomez and
lally known
ddy Calo's
........t 9 p.m.
.,',. r sh iw, i lus t. e Burdine
::: | Tov n Fink Fashion
; :< 111.
Or. Hievera
Joins lAnvoln
tnslilute Staft
e l. coin rnstitue. 1213 Lin-
R Mil mi Beach, an-
nounces the addition to its staff
Dr. C II. Siever as Director
Oi ClHlical Services. Child Di-
\ ision.
Dr. Sievers received his PhD
ree in Child Welfare from the
University "i Iowa in 1931. Later
pursued post-doctoral work at
the University of Chicago in the
.:nosis and treatment of prob-
t of children.
Homo \.*i|lapv
A musical Drnpr-itv. .
of ^plbffiM.N.
sented at the : nnuai do"r i *
eo nof the Miami BeaSwS
Auxiliary to tl -V**^
tl r. A.,., l .
the Aged
6th. S *?A
sol si;.. I
president w,il pr(
to members
! achievements during "*M}
I he invocal
en by Mrs. Be, Apl
Greetings will be given bv?
pri idi nl ol th. .!, HX!
he Aged of Greah ,.
Irvin.- Lehrman. p 'Ji
,rence ol Jew] W Organizations, and Mauri.
Pearlst. in. executive d
the Home.
Continental music will be fuJ
j the Mil -..SI
including Olga K: D '"
jst, Jeno Prager, violinist
Charles Pragda. ;.eatu3
ed will be Johnnv Tune
baritone, in a re;,, ./l
atic and popular sings, as we
as musical show turn
Mrs. Irving Frankel is gentrd
chairman of this affair. Mrs. Jad
Udell, Membership chairman will
have as her guests the auxilian
life members who enrolled dw
ing January and February
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We wish to extend sincere expressions oi sympathy
to the family oi the late
SAMUEL SAAL
in its hour of bereavement
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rattner
Mr. ard Mis. Saul Brett
Mrs. Rachel Sahl anu son Kurt
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brae] Novelties
Jewish Records
Gifts
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TEL. 58-6942
Raooi Joseph Goidw^rm. Prop.
TWENTY.FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
The T. of M. Symphony Orchestra
John Bitter. Conductor
SIXTH
CONCERT
Srnday. March 9th 8:20 p m.
Miami i '-'-.i i
Monday. March 10th 3.30 p.m.
i v i 'ounty a
MISCHA ELMAN
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hl':C"- ,", the Jewish Floridian by Overseas Air-
Eh come to "
*"' ,.v,.,vwhcre are watching South Africa
Liberals victory of Dr. Malan's party seems
(jthanxiei the racial statc. They fear Fascism
have un ne of extreme Nationalism. To some,
aheCinnings of a Totalitarian state are already in
jidencc. jjLACK
,0E versus within the human tex-
I "Vt m' provinces comprising the Union of
"ure AfrU In a population of approximately ten
i .' niv ''0': are white. The native black people,
Kfor a minority in the cities, are primitive and
F* ."living in happy contentment within Kraals
r*f friha rule, sunk in the superstition of the medi-
P* In The white people are concerned over the
L^ man. civilization and social structure
f or he's brought over from Europe. Even
f*1' ,t- iihi-rals not Riven to emotional bias,
rrfuXut hesftation thlt the white man's heri-
Idm'nd culture would be completely engulfed if the
Mtive be Siven the free ballot.
rnf CROW STATE
in complete eontrast with Brazil, evidences of seo-
iJton brtweon the races are visible on every side
*" L WP n fn public orquasi public places Jim Crow
rtand busses are taken for granted In the v.si-
JrfeaMerv of the House of Parliament, a corner is
Cwdfor about half a dozen non-European onlook-
K no time was social and political exclusion in
"'nw-nest of our own South ever practiced with
Sv than in the native land of the Negro.
E South Africa, the word native is a term of dispai-
fe/CT BETWEEN WHITES
Here a perplexing situation prevails The Euro-
a" element feels itself in danger of ultimate en-
ter,by the overwhelming native majority, which
KmpU cause for grievance. The visitor expects to
t white unanimity, if not complete solidarity In-
BJd encounters a house divided against itself.
Rb.tu :.. of the Boers towards the English con-
E.X dragon seeds that may destroy white su-
THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
I
premacy in Natal, the Orange Free State, Transvaal,
and the Cape of Good Hope.
There is something queer about this feud. The
English and Dutch have racial kinship and should in-
tegrate quite easily. Political tolerance is a strong
British virtue that stems from the Magna Carta. The
Boers have never completely lost the qualities derived
from their sturdy Dutch ancestors, the first in Modern
Europe to accord religious freedom. Why these two
stocks with related traditions of tolerance and fair
play cannot cooperate baffles the impartial outsider.
THE VOORTREKKERS
The Portuguese discovered the land but paid it
scant attention. Holland took over the Cape, colon-
ized it, and handed it over with herself to the French
during the Revolution. After Napoleon's downfall,
England managed to fenagle the Cape at the Peace
Conference of 1815. But the Dutchmen appreciated
neither the British constitution nor British hauteur.
Why put up with English restrictions or arrogance?
The discontented would pull up stakes and start trek
kin$, Biblical fashion, with their wives and offspring,
their slaves and possessions, their cattle and sheep.
Finally in 1836, the trek to end all treks began to the
open spaces of the great veld up north. About 6,000
voortrekkers left Capetown for the perils of the great
unknown. The Great Trek became the Covered Wagon
event of South African history and legend, the heroic
age of danger, sacrifice, endurance, the era of warfare
with the black tribes seeking to bar their way. In
popular memory, it is the National Epic, similar to the
Exodus out of Egypt for the Jews. .
THE BOERS ,. ..
The Voortrekkers settled in the vast weld; they
grazed the cattle, tilled the soil, raised large families
and read their only book, the Bible. Content under
their own "vine and fig trees" they formed republics
in Natal, in the Transvaal, in Orange Free State. Thei,
memory of Holland, its pictoral art its literature its
tulips, its tolerance became dim. They retained only
the Dutch language, gradually Iftgim&lfe***-
tard Africaans. To the world, the intrepid Voortrek
kers became Boers, a peasant people with the virtues
and failings the name implies. i.---i-i
Britain in the Zenith of its 19th century hnperial-
ism reached out for "dominion over palm and pine.
Mrica was the last vacuum that could be colonized
and Anglicized. Capable empire builders like Cecil
Rhodes could wangle questionable concessions from
tribal chiefs, with dubious titles to disputed territon
As for the Boers, weren't they after all refugees from
British settlements? They certainly would be better
off "within the sheltering embrace of the British Em-
pire." Especially after the discovery of gold in Jo-
hannesberg and diamonds in Kimbcrly.
VICTORY OUT OF DEFEAT
The intrigues of Cecil Rhodes brought about the
Jameson Raid which opened the Boer war. Another
epic now forged and consolidated the Voortrekkers
into exclusive Nationalists. The Boers were defeated,
but like our own Confederacy they cherished the glor-
ious memory of fighting the Empire upon whose do-
minions the sun never set. A conquered people, they
shared the rights and privileges of English free men.
Choice, liberal spirits such as Jan Smuts and General
Botha' accepted the verdict of trial by force and be-
came earnest advocates of cooperating with the Brit-
ish. But the majority remained sullen and intransi-
geant. Calling themselves Africaners, they schemed
and organized for the Great Tag. Several decades lat-
er they won the Boer war at fhe ballot box. In 1948,
the erstwhile Boers took over the government and
with Dr. Malan as Prime Minister and a slight ma-
jority in both houses of Parliament.
A DANGER SPOT
Today the Union is a seething cauldron of group
hatreds, and the white minority teel unease over the
inevitable revenge the non-Europeans will one day
take for their political suppression, their economic
submergence, their social segregation. The Africaners
and the English detest each other most cordially. The
black natives resent and hate the East Indians for
exploiting them in trade, for appropriating their wom-
en. The half castes are unhappy among the blacks
or the whites. The Jews experience social anti-Sem-
itism from the English and political anti-Semitism
from the Africaners.
The non-European States in the United Nations
have expressed grave concern over the treatment of
all people of color in South Africa. India resents bit-
terly the discrimination against her ex-oatriate na-
tionals. The Communists are fishing in the troubled
waters. A blow-up is inevitable. When is anybody s
guess._______________
JEWS IN SPORTS
Back United States again
bulent strip to Aus-
ir Diek Savitt is at
; opportunity to ex-
11 i m in the sizzlii U
I ... US(.d on him. At
I d he is faced with
Khnnin I is future tennis
I
0:; Id's great tennis
Iplayei -tupped at his
| 1 rnv to catch a
r* fore plunging
rial indoor tennis
in New Yolk. Sa-
led in the nun's
I
n New York by
i plenty to say
ig kept off the
t Ted Schroeder,
Davis i n in the Australian
mdea as false the
i im lead, had won
tice sets between
the two The Jewish court
champ maintains that Schroeder
tad ab : no claim to being
Diek also expressed dis-
at the way ho was
treated in Australia and said that
:<- doesn'l teel like playing in
that countrj again.
t As for the future, Savitt has a
nil program. Coming up is a
'rip to Europe this spring for the
French championships and the
;i don tourney.
>t Holman, whose nickname
"Mr. Basketball" is a permanent
feature in court circles, built his
reputation by turning out top
teams. Thus it would he natural
for Holman to feel stifled with-
out the full basketball program
to which he is accustomed. But
that is the situation that exists
now as a result of the basketball
scandals thai shook the sports
world. Holman is practically a
man without a team. A City Col-
lege of New York squad exists,
but in a strictly de-eniphasi/.i d
way Holman is urging that tiw
CitV College officials reconsider
their position and begm giving
more attention to basketball He
wants the game to pick up from
the position to which it has drop-
ped at CCNY ...
Equally difficult as a coach
without much of a team is a
team without its star payers.
Syracuse in the National Basket-
ball Association found this out
with the temporary loss ol stai
Dolph Shaves, "olphs import-
ance was always ridW.J**
he was around. But with him out
of the line-up his value hM been
noirted up even more shaiply.
Due to a wrist fracture, Dolph
had to drop out of play at a crit-
ical stage of the league race and
he Nats immediately began to
suffer for it. Dolph had been one
of those named to participate in
the East-West NBA all-star game
in Boston, but was sidehjied^Max
Zaslofsky of the Knicks got a
chance to play and was one of
the high scorers.
Zaslofsky is in for a big r.ignt
at Madison Square Garden on
March 4ih. His fans have desig-
I nated the occasion "Max Zas-
lofsky Night." After the event,
; Max'may be seen riding to fu-
ture garden games in a new- car.
He's going to get one as a gilt-
Henrv Laskau, one of the
world's greatest walking champ-
i ions,-was viewed as one of the
few sure bets in pre-meet specu-
lation before the AAU track
I championships at Madison Square
Garden. Barring an unforeseen
upset, Laskau was seen as a cinch
1,, cop the title in his event again
A victory was deemed important
! to him in his bid for the coming
Olympics
Nat Levine, who has made
,., [, this column before as an
expert dog trainer, was not as
fortunate this year in the West-
minster competition in New \orK.
Bang Away, the champion boxer
w ,,h he handled, was dethron-
ed from the championship won
last year. However, the remark-
able boxer was still one of the
top dogs in the show and came
close to being a two-time winner.
Asa Bushnell has been chosen
to direct the National Collegiate
Athletic Association's TV pro-
gram this year.
Examine Seminole
Children For
Visual Defects
More than thirty Seminole In-
dian children were examined last
week as part of a visual con-
servation program sponsored by
the Southeast Florida Optomet-
ric Association in cooperation
; with the Miami Springs Optimist
club.
Results of the examinations
were reported by Dr. Nathan
Friedman, Miami Springs, chair-
YIDDISH VAUDEVILLE
TUES.. WED.. THUR. MARCH 4-5-6
ON THE STAGE IN PERSON
THE FOLLOWING YIDDISH STARS OF STAGE & SCREEN
GERTRUDE STEIN SARAH GINGOLA
BERTHE SHARGEL PINKUS IAVJJJ
JACK SHARGEL LEON SCHACHTER
IN AN ALL NEW REVUE
ON SCREEN .
Jane Rus.,11 Groucho Marx Frank Sinatra
"Double OunamUe^
Perry Breakfasts
With Supporters
Morton Perry, Miami attorney
who is seeking election to the
office of Justice of the Peace, Dis-
trict No. 3, met with his support-
ers last Sunday morning at a
breakfast in the Colony Rest.
Som* 150 persons heard Perry
indicate that if elected he would
serve the community according
'to all the broad power* granted
by statutes to the office he is
seeking. .
Toastmaster was David Rabin-
owitz, producer of the TV show.
Map It. Other speakers were
Richard E. Gerstein and Col.
Richard Goeth, former command-
ing officer of the Air Force Re-
serves, South Florida.
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Ross Vies For
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Former Miami policeman Har-
old Ross. Jr.. has announo
for Constable of the
2nd district.
Ross is a graduate of the M
' i Police Academy and s<
the city In the capacity of patrol-
man f >r 5 years. During World
War 11. the candidate served with
the Military Police in the Euro-
pean Theater.
Ross was assigned to the Juv-
enile Aid Bureau during his po-
lice stint here and gained wide
experience in handling juvenile
delinquency problems, his sup-
porters indicate.
The candidate has also been a
technician in the police drunk-o-
meter bureau. He resides with
his wife and daughter at 4231
NW 1st Street, and is active in
the Moose, WOW, Jayeees, West
Side Democratic Club, American
Legion, Young Democrats Club
man of the Association's Child-
ren's Vision Committee, at a rec-
ent meeting of the group's board
of directors.
Dr. Friedman revealed that
two of the 32 children examined
were nearsighted, while another
two Seminole youngsters appear-
ed to be borderline cases of my-
opia. ,. ,
Dr. Friedman also indicated
ti t thi hildren examined
ed from G to 13 years of ag<
that all attended school. He said
that a progress check on the
youngster's visual welfare "
thin the next two
months.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ag J
EDITORIAL
AuHii, ;ui Jewry HVspoiHl*
Troubled Jews waiting their turn to enter Is-
rael, as well as those already there, will be
heartened by the results of last Sunday's United
Jewish Appeal meeting in Miami Beach.
The affair, which launched a nation-wide
drive for S151.500.300, sparked contributions tc
the point where they exceeded by S1.191.CC0 the
sum given here a year ago. Initicl gifts totalling
SI 1,341.000 closed the UJA's National Conference
end re-affirmed American Jewry's understanding
of the new state's needs.
Testimonials of faith underscored by rr.er. like
Edward Warburg, Dr. Joseph Schwartz, Ambas-
sador Abba Eban and Eddie Cantor seemed
somewhat superflous in light of the active re-
sponse made by delegates at the Saxony Hotel.
It was eleer that the response represented a iucid
cognizance of the dollar freely given Israel c: a
time when its economic means are being strained
to the utmost. No better method could have been
found among men anywhere to emphasize beliel
in an ideal then was used here or. Sunday by
members of Jewish communities throughout the
United States as they sought to underwrite Is-
rael's economic future.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chair
man of the United Jewish Appecl. returned tc
New York immediately following the Inaugurcl
Conference, only to issue a subsequent emergen-
cy message requesting rapid transference of
S5 130,000 to the new state. Such a message be-
speaks the dire nature of Israel's immediate situ-
ation. The Grecte: Miami area has pledged tc
support Dr. Schwartz's request with a hurried ad-
vance
THE MAJORITY CALL
of S250.00C aqainst its 1 r 52 allocation.
The Appecl must move forwerd now to meet
the challenge of the pace set here. The troubled
Fews waiting to migrate, the new Israeli citizens
building as they furtively look to right and tc
left for unfriendly acts by their neighbors, will
hardly understand should that challenge not be
met.
rr Texas Soul lluvor
The decision of the trustees of Piedmont C l
lege in Georgia, to accept a monthly qrant tZ.\
the Texas millionaire, George W. Armstrong
not only a blemish on the institution but also-."
Justice Meier Steinbrink of the Anti-Defamatiol
League phrased ita repudiation of democrat"11
teachings and intellectural integrity.
Armstrong is notorious for many anti-JewishII
and anti-Negro outbursts. He is a racist who I
would limit education and the franchise to whit.
Christians only. Indeed, Jefferson Military Col-
lege rejected his offer of a grant some time aqo
as an indication of its contempt for this odius s!i>
ulation of exclusion the equally odious philart
thropist demanded on the occasion of his first el-
fort to seize the Fascist day.
In 1949, Armstrong had the effrontery publicly]
to advocate the prosecution of nationally known
Jewish financiers as traitors and to demand the
death penalty in case of conviction. Clearly then
the contention by the trustees of Piedmont Colleqe
that acceptance of Armstrong's money does not
constitute endorsement of his racist philosophy
is vulgar and untenable.
There ought, however, be small concern foi
Piedmont's gesture and even smaller thought giv-
en to the brittle-minded oil merchant's tactics. We
must, rather, evaluate carefully the mass reaction
to these culprits-in-arms. Should it be one of
violent indignation, then we will know that our
people still respect the free educative process as
a phalanx of democracy. Should it be otherwise,
then we will know that Armstrong and his ilk are
symptomatic of a festering disease deep within
us.
United Appeal Inaugural Gift Meeting
Tops Record Here With 511,341,000 Tally
-
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V
I. Xort 1

' --.
. < .
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y.
Eban Views TJJA
I A : Abba S E -
an. in a
: 1st litical
ition. i nference 1
"
the field
(Israel in
its task rig. has
lost nothing : it entrau ar.d
abiding importance."
Mr. Eoan noted thai the sums
received by Israel from the
United Jewish Appeal for "con-
structive enterprise." and es-
pecially for "agricultural de-
velopment, which owes much
to TJJA funds." are "no less
important" than those advanc-
ed for industrial development.
The Israel Ambassador stress-
ed, however, that despite the
great progress made to date in
all spheres of economic produc-
tivity, "the question is whether
the communities and the Gov-
ernments which are assisting us
in this period of transition will
have the far-sightedness ard
imagination to help us sustain
this burc.-n with unremitting
pat:er.c3 end zeal for the final
long pull."
Cantor Affirms Stats
am r, Chairman

UJA's 36-man National Cam-
binel ud that t<
: SIi.341.000 to ihe
United Jewish Appeal constitutes
"a smashing refutation'" of charg-
es that American Jews will lose
t. .-.bar.don Israel and pre-
vent its collapse.
"American Jews." Mr. Cantor
declared, "have no intention of
abandoning Israel now or at
any time in the future. Israel
is a lard of freedom, of hope,
of decency. Those who delude
themselves into thinking that
American Jews will abandon
Israel or the cause of democ-
racy anywhere are doomed to
sad disappointment."
The noted stage, screen, radio
and television star cited Israel's
desDerate struggle to overcome
food, housir.g. medical and ma-
terial shortages and declared that
real I
lent
isis.'
At a Saturday night leader-
ship session, the conference
heard that in a concerted move
to help the United Jewish Ap-
peal repeat its fund-raising
achievement of four years ago
when American Jews con-
tributed S150.000.000 to the
UJA18 major cities voted re-
adoption of their 1946 goals.
This action in the first six
weeks of the y"aar brings to
more than S67.000.000 the total
of goals set by the 18 cities and
approaches by close to one-
half the Appeal's 1952 nation-
wide goal of S151.500.0OO.
rhi evening session voted for-
tiori National Can
Cabin I I elp plan and
the Appeal's S151.500.000
: named 35 nationally
nt community leaders to
in the Cabinet as a top
volunteer genera! sta
mobilization of Amcr-
Je-ws behind the UJA's 1952
n
Appoint Berir.stein
In a companion action, thi
n also voted < nl .
Morris W. Berir.stein, ol Syra-
"' Y rk, 1 serve
rid successive year Cl
Nat: rial
net, and hailed
:
A .
.v
Mr. Eerinstein. who deliver-
ed the report listing She 18
gna'-settirq cities, rave special
p-aise to New York, -/here tht
metropolitan campaign is en-
deavoring to exceed i.s 1S43
fund attainment of S52,006.M0.
In this connection, the Chair-
man of th* Appeal's National
Campaign Cabirsl rated that
the UJA in 1352 wou'-d bi able
to realize its Si51,500.000 goal
' only if all communlie; focus-
ed on repeating and exceeding
their 1948 fund-raising accomp-
lishments.
"In that year," he stressed,
"with the newly established
of Israel fighting a war tion against five aggressor t a-
tions, American Jews contiibu-
ted a total of SI50.000.000 to the
United Jewish Appeal as a means
of assuring the new State's vic-
tory. This year, as Israel again
fights for its lifethis time in a
war for economic survival and
independence American Jews
must again help assure victory by
rallying to the United J
Appeal with SI.500,000 more than,
thev contributed four
The Chairman of the National
Campaign Cabinet gave this list-
Call On Congress To Stem Acts Of Terror
Here; Establish Penalties On Vandalism
WASHE JTA Re; of anti-Jewish violence
ere fell in both houses of Congress last
- nati n's legislators were called upon to act to stem
na1 in racial and religious prejudices.
R Louis B. Heller, introduced a bill in the House of
Representatives establishing severe penalties for acts of vandalism
'ommitted because of racial or re-
ligious prejudice. Representative Barrett told FBI
Under the terms of the bill, the director J. Edger Hoover that the
authority of the Federal Govern- ,a,est incidents were, "similar to
i nl would be clearly defined. ,r,c anti-Semitic activities of he
and the death penalty'would be ^*az Bur.dists." He urged the FBI
written into Federal law to pun- make a thorough investigation
ish persons convicted of acts of :n conjunction with the Philadel-
arti-minority terrorism which re- P'ia police, "to eradicate the
-ult in deo" injuries. In cases "' the activities before
where property da xceeds 'these acts of antagonization and
S1.000. the pen.ill ..'. range as aggression against minority reli-
high as 20 vears in jail and $10.- gious and racial groups spread to
000 fine. the other sections of Pennsylvan-
Representative Hellei meh-f'a arcl elsewhere in the nation."
tioned the recenl n Mi- Meanwhili. in a move to check
ami and Philadelphia and said racial terrorism in Philadelphia,
mat thi ; posed law would Police- Commissioner Gibbor.s is-
(trengthen the FBI'.- power to sued an order last week placing
combat such ti i all responsibility for investigation
Senator H A :- and prosecution of crimes stem-
'' Jersey. s\ Sen- ming from racial or religious in-
called on :t of toirrance in the hands of the
lustice to deti legis- Crime Prevention Bureau.
" prevent The Bureau is to work in close
s?*fcV huboration with the newlv-ap-
.; .-- Rented Commission on Human
.-' -is which is now a program
t of activities to combat such
D The program is expected
1. Efforts to enlttnar
legis- en, achers in pr'ojccts'dl-
" respect for differ-
ial ar.d religious groups
dge of their history 2
in pmenl i f educational pro-
I n problems corn-
very race and
threats to on :
lersoj the
appoint-
City

' :
Appeal, and Nathan ;
n-i1 w of
p c i Commas
Rep> enta c. l congress.
ralBuSu u. : T"5' established
of Investigate ;J !?*Lr, power
bombings enforce all statutes and ordi-
adelphil. -na*t'gJe in Pml- ranees prohibiting discrimination
au>,- of rate, color, religion or
origin. Mayor Clark
i discover any evidence so far oil
: any organized adult backing}
I the Nazi-like youth movement, k|
the Olney High School "Un-
doubtedly, however, there is I
some parental background." he |
added.
He said that three boys already '
I in the House of Detention, mclud-
ing the two who admitted the ar-
| son attempt on B'nai Israel Syna-
gogue, and two others whose ar-
rest was imminent were all of
German descent. The father of
one, he added, was active in the
Nazi movement here durir.g the
war years and committed suicide
six years ago.
Meanwhile, an attempt to bomb
i another svnagogue was frustrated
here by the timely discoverer j
a miniature "Molotov Cocktail
placed against the door of the
Beth Jacob Synagogue in West
Philadelphia. Pasted un the te-1
1 ciendiary was apiece of white
(paper bearing a crude-ly-drawn
swastika.
Eleven boys, aged 7 to 14, were
placed on probation wren ar-
raigned in Juvenile Court on
1 charges of desecrating the Ber.ja-
! min F. Teller Memorial Synago-
jgue. Their parents were orderea
l to pay the damage estimated
SI,000.
Beth David's Bowlers
Beth David's Teen Age Bowl-
ers will hold their next meeting
nt the home of Miss Lita We*
341 SW 30th Road, on Wednes-
day evening, March 5th. 8 pm_.
following their regular -.fternoon
session at the Lucky StnKe A'
leys this Sunday, 2 p.m.
REGISTER today and VOTE
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I] man's Fash-
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1. y. March 4th.
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e Leo N. Levi
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Woodys Feted With
Surprise Party Here
Mr and Mrs. Jack "Woody'
I ; feted at a sur-
,nor of their Sil-
\['r w Annversary last
Fe'Tu Thc PartY w.as
held a' II' >me "' thelr daugh-
ter aiid n n-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben S ,., .
I Mr Woody were mar-
ried on F ruary 19th. 1927, in
hfewYork City. They have lived
Inn Miami Beach since 1944, and
Iwesently reside at "26 Meridian
! je. Thev are popularly
known as "The Woodys" because
. Woody"s Restaur-
I VI,. IS.
present at the
Mr. and Mrs. Al
. Mrs. Sylvan Roe-
I,;. Mr Jack Goodman
land .... Mrs. John Soifer.
Mrs. (ireenbera
Has Cot lee For
IIom v Hoard
j Mrs. M; \ Greenberg will be
hostess coffee prior to the
of the Miami
Beach V. : .1'.- Auxiliary to the
tor the Aged at 10
a.m.. '! March 4th, at her
home. 1100 !4th Street, Miami
Beach,
Plans will be formulated for
the n. 1 ',mg of the Miami
and Miami Beach auxiliaries to
the Ho as well as plans for
(the Sidne\ Appel Medical Fund
ty to be held in the
near : Mrs. Jack Udell,
chairman of the board, will pre-
side.
Abelscn Unveiling
The dedication of a n >n
to thj late Ber-
nard a :..,.
W 4th Street, v ph.ee
Sunday, Marc! 2nd,
t M'
rni te
iffioia
Yetta;
tour dai .
Elei
. :.
Vii t Gelb;
and Joseph; 1
; :i/ and M .both
.'. York. Mr. Al
i Worki 1
699 I Ml mi,
Golden Age Chapi Mia ni
,1 wish Community Center. Ar-
: ts are ii charge of Fal-
:i <'. .- Miami Monu
: : 1 md as are
asked to attend.
Castle Unveiling
'! dedication of a monument
idore
ce on
Sunda; Man 2n
... Nebo
1
t
i
Jewish Veterans
Cite Powell
Mayor D. Lee Powell of I
was pi with an
i last Tui sday
1
h War
t Cou I Mor-
n. Mi-
coh
rm-n hi ... I
Mi m .
-
; l.i; today and VOTE i:\
Beach Forum
Views Eisenhower
The Forum Group of the Beach
a1 : Miai .1
. .-. Centi .
thst its < Forum
I '

4th, In the -
Di will
Jack G01 n, local
Qn m, i ha 1 1
of the Florida I ir Eis<
] C: rnpaign. c an of the 1 v
Kneseth Israel Sisters
Mrs, B tha Meringoff. presi-
dent 0 Kneseth Israel Sis-
ttrhoo unces a card party
to bi' given tomorrow evening.
at 8 p.m. Mrs. Clara Weinstock
andM: Willi im Bakst are chair-
men of t|,. affair._________
Samuels Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ellis
Samuels, formerly ot 7773 Tatum
Waterway, Mian.i Beach, will
take place Thursday, February
28th. at 11 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery with Rab-
1 bi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky olfi-
I ciating. Mr. Samuels is survived j
by his wife, Sylvia; son. Hams;
; daughter. Inez; and a brother,
I Irving, of Hollywood. Florida.
' Arrangements are in charge of
1 Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
Kornick Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Rosita
Kornick. formerly of 8028 Hard- i
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Thursday, March 6th
at 10 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial ,
Park Cemeterv with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mrs. Kor- '
1 nick is survived by her husband,
Richard: a daughter. Gay; her j
I mother. Marv Goodman: two sis-
! ters, Mrs. Bedona Rosenberg and
! Mrs. Heb n Dufine. both of De-
I troit; brothers, Sam of Newark. |
1 Arthur and William of Chicago, j
Herman J.. of Philadelphia, Micn-i
ael, of Cincinnati, and Edward
Levenson. of Miami Beach. Ar-
rangements are in charge ot Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
iiables Zionists
Plan Card Party
The Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict held a Social Board Meet-
ing recently at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. A. Kitzen. where plans
were formulated for a Public
Card Party, at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on March 8th,
with Mrs. Sidney Sanders as
chairman._________________
School Of Music Presents Jean
Bedetti, Betty Haseltine In Recitals
_....... ... ... _-ii___u.. CViumann two ChO
Jean Bedetti, 'cellist, will per-
forx on Monday evening, March
3rd. in the tenth Beaumont Hall
Recital oi this year's series pre-
sented b\
pillons bv Schumann, two Chopin
mazurkas, two rhapsodies, opus
79 by Brahms, and a sextet by
Poulenc. In this last number, Mjf8
this vear s series pre- ruuini. .. .----- ----- ~ ,
the University of Mi- *3^* ami School of Music. He will be
I \ Joseph Tarpley, pian-
ist.
Mr. Bedetti was for many years
sol) cellist of the Boston Sym-
phony Orchestra. In 1948, he
joined the staff of the University
i Miami School of Music as
teacher of 'cello
music
lorm
Paul Murphy, flute, Dominique
deLerma, oboe, Laurence Tiem-
blav. clarinet, Thomas Collins,
bassoon, and Elmer Crandell,
French horn.
and chamber
sic Since that time he has per-
iled a- soloist with the Uni-
Consumptive Relief
Plans Donor Dinner
The Greater Miami Auxiliary
icd a number of rec.t j^?^ Monday. March 3rd.
1 a number of recit
als in this area.
The program Mr. Bedetti has
Jhosen consists of a sonata by
Locatelh. a Fantasy by Frederic
oungftu member of the School
of Music- staff, a sonata by Fran-
! Poulo: c, the Adagio con vari-
torino Respiphi, and
David Popper.
ic sonata, which was
. ;- ... mt iumhi" mmi --
wmi by Ottorino Respiphi, and
HMntanz by David Popper.
The Pouh-nc sonata, whicl
written m 1949, will receive its
''rst Miami performance by Mr.
Bedetti. The Fantasy by Mr.
nmngfelt, dedicated to Jean Be-
". Will have its first perform-
"*.n the program of Monday
eVfning.
Miss Betty Haseltine, piano
udcnt of Jeffrey Stoll, will ap-
war in a recital on Thursday
evwng. March 6th.
Miss Haseltine came to the Uni-
\ers".v from West Palm Beach
soKm vk,1s a6 as an orchestra
's\no '"' student She has been
f emb.: ,,: the oboe section dur-
,'';-'- time and is one of the few
the School of Music
S,:' a double major.
lie program will consist of
"KMts Fantasia in C Minor, Pa-
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American Jewish Committee Emphasizes
Stand In Community Relations Conflict
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Red Cross Begins
Drive With Meeting
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Has Leap Year Dance
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Rabbi Schachnowitz
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Piedmont College Accepts Grant From
Texas Association; Bloom Hits Educators!
tl I Ol the I
. (. this week to a., i uste*s
at n As was voiced tod
. f tl S uthern R gional Bonn:
. u I i B ; AM'-De.
that the Texas Edu- -who evidently has the -im
i is the creature of her convict innc'
W Aj itrong, wealthy
nd retir i Gen-
G \ an H irn Mosely,
A
out thai both Arm-
ey h ive been In
of the anti-Semitic
th
veriil
It's i shame that the
tont College
hibited the same
nal fortitude as
I did the trustees of tiny Jefferson ance of > $500
Coll Washington, Missouri. I10m Texas million-
I down a granl^ C,W8et
the Armstrong-Moseley > Armstrong, who boasts 0{ his
n ..- ago." anti-Negro and ar.ti-Semitic be-
aa cynical the Uefc, was condemned as "a repiw
by the Piedmont trus- diation oi democratic teachuiai
were accepting the and intellectual integrity" by for-
the anti-Semitim mer Supreme Court Justice Meier
ng -with no strings at- Steinbrink. national chairman of
Would the trustees ac-jthfl Acti-Defamation League
a similar grant with no
strings attached from the Com-
pany'.' 1 doubt it:"'
n of trustee Josephine
a mem-
: the Piedmont College
was hailed by Bloom.
Tl : ;;< rson," he stated,
ol hei convictii i
for. moral lead *
eration of ethical valued
i Bloom declared. "How can w
expect our po itu Jg>
reflect morality when our ?
puses, lrom whi n dr
d States i our leadership of tomorrow n
1 years. Bloom Dibit the type of immoraliw
mplified by Piedm >nt CoL
i Meanwhile, the decision of I
Piedmont to continue its accept!
of a $500 monthly grant
of |
B'nai B'rith.
"Piedmont's trustee- cannot ex-1
cute their institution on the
ground that it accepts Arn>
Strongs money and not liis racist I
philosophy." Justice Steinbrink
.declared. "They go hi |
hand."
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Has Annual Card Party
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been esta Atlanti
whereby certain obje<
Id be realized, including the
.: er.gtheninging of the- NCRAC
'"for over-all planning in Jew-
ish community relations with the
powers and authority required to
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel 'right) entertain foreign correspondent
Hal Lehrman 'center) t a cocktail party in their new home in
behalf of tho 1952 Combin?d Jewish Appeal. Shown at left is
Naphlaii A. Weioerg. Campaign chairman for the Coral Gables
ea, who was ir charge of arrangements for the social affair.
Mrs. Williarn D. Singer_and William D. Singer. GZ" : tL'I'I"..'^'9*1' re Julius Gottfried." WiilUrn" RuWn7 MoYns'Weissbard.
at the home of Mr. Joseph Cohen to plan their partici-
"er""W0Vh7"R,f.',C""^Coun-a W1,,ian D- Singer. General Trades" ro".K7."^' V* Ju,iu* Go*ried. William Rubin. Morris Weissbard.
on Lernl, S^tZS Chairman: Samuel Deutsch; and W KW. Ti"'1* Chen *nd Git,i Zand' 8""* *Paker; Philip Horn-
on Lerner, Moo Cohen. Jerry Deutsch. Sci Wc.s. Joe Wtanu "ncI jfi/ fiJ Ph'' A1,man- William Loeb. Murray Daum. Aar-
Building TraJ.'s .-aders meet at the S'xon" Hctpl tn lan^v .l
tost Gifts Brunch in behalf of 1952 Combined Jewish App-al'
IhlZ? ff?How,n9 ,he feessful affair rleft to right, a Arthur
Shan&ioff. chairman of General Contractors; Ben Giller aeneral
chairman of Building Trades; James M. A'berl chapman o
Sneers"9 ConUic!ors: Jul P- Channing. chairman oi En
left 1c r
Phillip Katzen. Samuel Vogel. Robert Ri?Pr ?duhus Bronstein. Julius Rubin. David Dog
- an- Henry Fisch.
"t.acn Apartment Owrer's niic; i
ewish Appeal. Shown lollowinV th" nfUuft -Plani for ful Participation in th
ghl) John Mantell; Miss cTtii Zarrt r 'n S Second organiaalional meelir.q
K^h I"6 Rear row- to riahSUari SSfi*. McV T.iqm.n; Mrs. H
Kalzen. Samuel Vnnl o.w... 8m are Juhus Bronslain Tli... n.,v-i ris
the 1952 Corn-
arc -seated.
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rmAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1952
+Jewlst)fk)rkUan
PAGE 7 A
rripMore
farrv ILatutar
Kioii Products
Vrrv I Sonz, Food Project
for he Israel Zionist
fhar of Miami Beach, an-
}** earlv this week that his
n \ ., acting as local
Prts^rip to Israel. Incor-
IS licensed by the'Israeli
. ,i has stores in
|& ities of Israel.
I ; nprial Kosher Passover foods
IfiSSded in Israel;The Pa-
|"products may b<; secured
thwuch the purchase of gift cer-
ISftStt in America and mailed
Iffivesand friends in Israel.
IrJtfficates are issued in der.om-
SSs o< $10. $15 and $25, Sonz
ISated, and may be secured
Slp,fllv o. the Israel Zionist
IfMrict. 420 Lincoln Road, Room
MO or at the office of Mr. Sonz,
11595 Washington Avenue.
I i, addition. Scrip lor Israel has
Lade special arrangements for
I other certificates to be used for
|lKX"i whic. may be obtained in
1 Israel ration free. The food eer-
Jtificates require no license fees
lor ration points. ________
tear School
Students AM in
\ Heart fund Drive
, Lear School children, from
llhree-yeai olds through those in
I the Hi- S participated in a
I Heart Fund Drive and collected
L ti-tal >>i -'."i i was announced
[arly this week by school offi-
I
H... tributors we're the
I first an i < grade children.
Us hi nors, they were
lei I a King of
Hean I I up the campaign.
I Julian il the Bel Aire
Hoti!. ach, as King, cli-
tion Heart Fund
|>:d Vi Party.
COMPLETE 7 COURSE
DINNNERS From $1.35
IK2 I J KOSHER POODS
w mi
1141 Washington Ave.
A::-Conditioned
0 r CORNED DEEF,
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Hand .'. hilt You Drool
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EVEU. DCSCR'PTION TO
TAKE HOME
CATERER TOR ALL OCCASIONS
NO PARTY TOO SMALL
NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE
Suggest .. without Obligation
Call 5 : Ask for Boris
Morris Klass To Discuss
Federation Drive Sunday
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will be guest speaker
on Harold Shapiro's feature. Peo-
ple's Problems, Sunday, March
2nd, at 1.15 p.m.
Klass will discuss the need of
a Federation Drive and its rela-
tionship to the Bonds of Israel
canfpaign. People's Problems is a
special feature of the Yiddish
Classical Hour, directed by Mor-
ris Nasatir and J. Birnbaum.
Men's Club Meeting
The Men's Club of the West
Miami Jewish Center met yester-
day to make plans for its first so-
cial event of the season. Officers
elected at the last meeting in-
clude Al Fogel, president; Sey-
mour Samuels and William Win-
ston, vice presidents; Nate Zicg-
ler, treasurer; and Myron Silver-
stein, secretary.
Hebrew Academy students present an evening of music ai ihe Miami Beach Hi"h School Auditor-
'"m allended bv some 1,0uu Dersns last Sunday evening. Thj program was sponsored by the
Academy Fathers' Club. Shown above are (left to right): (bottom row) Nathaniel Lemel.
C?rl Sonnlag. Ira Imbeimarn and Melvin Saffra. Second row are William Able. Jack Shapiro, Stan-
j Klrnnv-1 and Lester Brickman. Third row ere Sidney Shppiro. Madeline Kagan, Larry Cunent
and James Dublin. Fourth row are Harvey Melttar. Aaron Fenslerheim. Herman Shapiro and Sey-
mour Spolter. fCjnier) left to right are Howard Lauer. Valerie Msmches and Irving Kelemer.
'Right) left to right (bottom row) are Lester Fenslerheim, Stuart Kinunel, Robert Kunst and Saan
Kaufman. Second row are Joel Cohen. Devora Nannes and Devora Dernis. Third row are Robert
Bartcher, Phyllis Katz, Carrol Silverberg and P'jter Klein. Fourth row are Carrol Nowak, Herbert
Rubinsteir and Michael Exratt.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29,
1952
ERIGOnT#uEnAdryS:n1=mi.-g. Ethel Mmche, dr.p^d h.Ui
a Mt. Sinai telephone and rang us all up *.th h emn^"
rival of Richard, who now makes the Rev Maur.ee Marches
family on* of the richest in area! Prodc^ng the kid o 1fcurry up
were his impatient brothers and ^7^*JW.*Scob
end Jan.ce Final prod came from Ethel s motnerJ^'"***
M. Slavin. who flew in a week ago from Los Angeles. Pru.
said Mom comfortably, "all I hope .s .1 happens while I m here
Too soon." said Ethel ... But week later on Dm but.on, Ric.
axd obliged them all.
HZS2rUng -d backg. 1 ?.
taum, visitin, i a S*
e'oi the ::-. ns-a gorgeou.- I
ena-the PI nfs attempting to i pa) -
deal in the San Tomas prison can i
er wasthefabui ..- Mrs
manol the realm,, raer
station '--;.: 3S.
mbursed also for tarvation diet they Rc.e Has-
enbaum dropped in to exchange I^J^^XSTsEEu.
Estelle Degutz the other cay. in the Deguti Ardmore St.
SUCCESS h been hrttina He! Lee Bart!
f n enal four i '" coir.missi ns to:
inhote" I lounges. She plaques in the Seacomber-s cocktail room, the plush horse, ......e
Plush Horse lounge, and Hallandale's Hampshire HlBM
JACOBSON SCORES AGAIN:
Tl ikibli nn issi urs I -
i Ja .--." ;- '; .
-Chass" Jacob inning an H n anc .-...;
ton 1.555 paintings were entered. Took seme brush-strokes to ratt.
What beat the faced us
ent :. rt?
ROUND THE TOWN:
Favorite i i of many is poet 1
clicks in 1 H ; .
hich Mar.orv Si .. .
Ci.-.sequer.t enthusiasm may see :.-.em issue: Dj
the U. of Miami piess H nah
:
t era) a
: mi -
- pottinj
r. 11 h
Lt W flying jets. H
Field for a i:ti '
E I' -
; Max Levin. S
. turei :'..'
.. :. I .
Keeping hirr in the family is Phyliss Schermer. who wees Dr.
Ted Schwartz- March 30th. Of the old gang st Beach High, the
was lh one cut out, she says, to be thsj career gel In law. Defer-
mined: until the mel Dr. Ted. optometrist. Their folks are old
friends, io s:e their grandfathers, who wei.t to school together .
Nuptials :-. Chicago s Sheraton-Plaza!
ELECTIONS:
..'.. rialit -1< -. '." -- Shei
I've ever set says
t that 1 Kel nalistic* 1
you I find
.. : public housi I the J< a >h Wai
ted on the B t tl first i n inns
Mil mi, started 1 I ind thai to 1 ire of 1.500
Iren a he negro, othei noi
rteous treatment peo| in the
Shenfl i look at the other 9 candid I
I zor that l then ask, 'So what if he is a flag-waver?'
At he ng it for that common denominator."
The Sheriff is the second most potent instrumentality we. the
people have, in enforcement. Did you know that? Exclamation
Point: Did you know that!
QUICK PICKUPS:
Mix and Emily Bloch are n ving into "The House that M x
Ejilt" at Key- Point Sid Lewi inded the wondi
interior decor ... I hear tell Mrs. Reubin Clein is ailing, as is Mrs.
'.; Ro Maurice Carvoll was elated with the large
'-viih i

, .?,-,- *! ex;.: I
of his hands Martha Schlarr.me is a most appeal.
i ter of plaint:.'- songs especially and Tamara Bliss d<>ublfd
Phyliss Schermer To
Optometrist; Hold D
nan
Diane Schulman To
Wed Hoy I). Miller
Mrs
\ ;. -.-. Bis-
. ...
. en: I thi.. laughter.
p. -. i p. : ''...tr. son
and Mrs Benjamin Miller,
^ -- Pi nn A> M:-
?,- '
-. bride-eli .''-ate
- ;.; i Bel school
t tre
.. -.here she
mentary ation.
.; lated from
School and
v the
rpora-
n Sun-
e for his of m i and dram3 at the Jewisl
Cultural Center, Sunday evening. Menachem Rubin, formerly wil
Maurice Schwartz, punctuates humor with a vigorous, expn
of his hands Martha Schlan me is a most appealing
I eter of plaint:.'- songs i specially and Tamara Bliss doubleu
, soli rt and expert piano accompanist. Pleasant touch was the
informality i I prevail d, the Centei fi a living
- ,m:ng talented gu<
HITCHINGPOST:
Publicist Sondra Palmer, identified with the Sorrento. Ver-
sailles and Promenade, is still slightly dazed at finding Cupid
standing rirht in the doorwty of her UBCBs's house on Allison
Islandin the person of Jerry Rosenberg, Greenville. S.C. They've
set June 1st as the date. Sondra is registered in our annals as the
area's most honest, unmalicious publicist All the "Y" people
and Hebrew Academy folks, the Hadassah gals and Zionists are
.r.tiigucd with Natalie Gray's marriag; to Nat Feuerslcin. bach-
elor-restaurateur. Their wedding reception is Sunday. March 2nd.
it tha Monterey Hotel ... As the society pages put it, thes> a.-e
marriages of wide interest to their numerous friends!
SPECIAL PARAGRAPH was hen ter the I
lion showing Monday. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein said it: "Copa
I wasn't built big enough for Hadassah." More than 1100 packed
the place, and hundreds couldn't squeeze in. Pensacola was typical
cf the triumphant tour81 Hadassah members thronged 1.000 peo-
ple to their showing Lc
Ruth }! *j-
Miss Hagen Engaged
To Service Man
M H 1536
. Beach,
announce the eng f ent ol their
daughter. Ruth. :o Cpl. Clifford
D. Alper. : Mr, nd Mrs.
Samuel Alpei '4: Meridian Av-
enue.
rore
it the Urivi srr.i, where
duca-
tion. She | Sigma
Lai la 1 ':. an I Futui T< a< ti-
ers f Ameri
' now tationed at
MIA1). wa
' nded 1 Mi i
-
Phyliss Tobee Schermer
e the bride of Dr. Ted
R_ g : Chicago. Illinois,
engagement is announced
. fi parents. Mr.
Sigmur.d William
of Miami Beach. Miss
is secretary of the
Miami I Junior League, was
g.ariu the Miami Beach
r. School and now at-
tends the University of Miami.
An Honor Student majoring in
: gv, the bride-to-be is a
.' Aipha Lambda Delta,
Women's Honorary, and
Mu, the Liberal Arts
rarv Fraternity. She is also
ninent member of the Hillel
Council, sparking the drive for
the new Hillel House on the
Campus < : the University of Mi-
ami.
The bride-elect received a
Brandeis National Scholarship for
outstanding leadership in
B nai B'rith, Junior Hadassah, Y-
Council, and for her chairman-
ship ol the Youth Breakfasts at
the Mir.mi Beach Jewish Center.
She hss appeared in the role of
guest speaker before various or-
ganizations, sisterhoods and on
the Pulpit at the Annual College
'Homeco.Ti-.g Services at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. Miss
Schermer won an award from
the Miami Beach Fashion Coun-
cil for a Father's Day message
Beth El Ball Held
Hero On Sunday
The Annual Beth El Purim Fes-
tival will be sponsored jointly
with the Roosevelt Temple Pvth-
ian Sisters on Sunday. March 2nd.
at 8:30 D-m.
Greetings will be extended by
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
. appointed spiritual leader
:.. Can'.or Jacob
Tamb will then render several
-:: ins. Sidney H.
Pain resi lent of the congre-
1 a? toastmaster.
Mar.:.-,- Gates and his orchestra
will : vidi music for dancing.
Featured will be Mrs. Soni.i
Wi iss. rs
Hosts for the evening from the
Beth Ei Congregation will be Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. Phil-
ip Berkowitz, Sir. and Mrs. Abe
Pepper, Mr and Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Pepper. Mr. and Mrs, Max Rap-
paport, Mr. and Mrs. E. Schlus-
r, Mr. ;-.nd Mrs. Al Zissman. D. ;
Singer ar.d the Mesdames Anna j
Sands. George Solinper, Adolph '
Greehberg, Sol Potash. William |
Swimmer. Jennv Weger ar.d S.
Geltner.
Hostesses from the Roosevelt '
Temple Pythian Sisters will be j
the Mesdames Lewis Brooks, '
Manual Rudes, Jack Block. Jack I
Brown. Morris Cotzin, Abe Bal-
las, Arthur Robinson. Ray Chay- j
kin. Al Chaykin. Martin Haness, j
Nal Sanders. Ben Donnerstt-in.
Irving Glazman and Bernard
Kaplan. I
Marry Qiicago
icktail Party Here
Miss Phyliss Schermer
and has had her writings publish-]
ed in local newspaper.
Dr. Schwartz was yiaduatedi
from the Chicago Coll-.-ge of 0p-|
tometry after attending the Uni-I
versity of Illinois. He has re-
ceived two Honorary Degrees,!
ore from the Beta Sigma Kappal
. Honorary Fraternity, and oriel
' from the Omega Bets Sigma Hon-j
i orary Fraternity. He was thej
I youngest graduate in Illinois and!
did research in Strabismus for!
six months. He is now practicing!
in Chicago. Dr. Schwartz is thej
son of Mrs. Jeanette Scrncarttl
and the grandson of Mr. andl
Mrs Louis Rosen, pr< inent res-|
idents of Chicago, Win
A Cocktail Party will be given|
on March 10th, from 2 : > 5 p.m,
, in hor.or of the bride-, '.i--- at thej
home of her parents. The S
. Apartments. 1611 1 V-|
enue. Miami Beach.
The couple will b wed
March 30th. in Chicago.
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that is frethly
cleaned, tmartly
styled, properly
fitttd.
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including shots.
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LmAV. FEBRUARY 29, 1952
_*Jcisfintri(fiar)
personally Speaking
Mr and Mrs. Abraham Glaser, of 4765 SW 3rd Street, -Mi-
bave returned from a trip to New York City, where they
labrated their 51st wedding anniversary at the home of their
JLhter, Mrs. Albert List, Park Avenue. The celebration pre-
El by a day the nuptials of their granddaughter, Jo Ann
Enid David Israel, of Denmark.
MrS. Judith I. Cohen, wife of Captain Elliot C. Cohen, sta-
Ittoned at Rodriguez Army Hospital, Fort Brooke, Puerto Rico, has
Merqone major surgery and is recuperating there. Visiting
& Mis- Cohen is her mother, Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, of 1650
21st Street, Miami, and her sister, Mrs. Rita Hohenberg,
frmrytown. New York. They will return here shortly with Cap-
, Cohen. ^ ^ ^
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the Miami Hebrew
iooI and Congregation, is recuperating at home following
iraerv at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland.
H M
A tea was held at the home of Miss Joy Berick, 4501 Royal
aim Avenue, Miami Beach, in honor of Miss Marilyn Gould,
rde-elect of Mr. Irving Chait. Miss Berick will be maid of
at the wedding which is to take place on March 23rd.
>e tea was attended by friends and sorority sisters of Miss
iould and Miss Berick who are members of Alpha Epsilon Phi
I the University of Miami.
* *
Reverend B. Saltzman, of Indiana Harbor, Indiana, is visit-
his daughter and son-in-law here. Reverend and Mrs. J.
oiro of 929 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach.
p + *
Meyer Luria, of Ansonia, Connecticut, and Dr. and Mrs.
iney Luria, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, are spending a two-
n-eek vacation with their father, Kalman Luria, of 4575 Post
dvenue, Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal. of Savannah, Georgia,
nnounce the recent birth of their daughter. Mrs. Blumenthal is
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, of 451 SW 30th
ad, Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cromer, of 4564 North Michigan Av-
nue, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Mary
.jia, at the Saint Francis Hospital on February 21st. Maternal
Jiandpcrents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Bernstein, of Miami.
reternal grandparent is Mrs. Daniel Cromer, Miami resident
fcnce 1913.
* *
Joseph Schreibman, instructor in piano and harmony, is
m residing at the Patrician Hotel, Miami Beach.______________
PAGE 9 A
Miss Markowitz To
Wed Medical Student
Ireslow, Weil Betrothal Told
Miss Francine Markowitz
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Francine Claire, was an-
nounced early this week by Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Nathan Markowitz, 837
Venetian Way, Miami Beach.
The bridegroom-elect is Mer-
ton Allyn Shure, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Shure, Atlanta,
Georgia.
Miss Markowitz was graduated
from Miami High School and at-
tended the University of Ala-
bama, where she pledged Sigma
Di lta Tau Soiority and was
selected a Corolla Beauty.
Mr. Shure received a BS degree
fro.n Emory University, where he
belonged to Alpha Epsilon Pi and
Alpha Epsilon Upsilon. He is
also a Shriner and a member ol
B'r.ai B'ntli.
Currently he is a junior in the
Eir.ory University School of Med-
icine.
Ths couple plan their wedding
for June 24th, at the Saxony Ho-
tel.
[Miss Lois Audrey Breslow and
yron B, Weil, Jr., plan a sum-
pi wedd
The bride-elect's parents, Mr.
pd Mrs. Charles Breslow, of 1728
17th Avenue, Miami, an-
cunce thy couple's engagement.
IV.iss Breslow was salutatorian
U tier graduating class at the
High School, where she
member of the National
lonor Society. Currently, she is
penior at the University of Mi-
tu. where she belongs to Kappa
*a Pi ar.d is president of Sig-
M Lambda Phi.
line bridegroom-elect, son of
V- and Mrs. Myron Weil, Sr.,
MWyn. New York, attended
lew York University and was a
f*visit,n student at the Amer-
. Theater Wing. He is now
production staff of WTVJ.
Appoint Mrs. Stiller
Chairman Flagler Group
The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center held nominations
for chairman at a recent meeting.
Mrs. Sidney Stiller was sole nom-
inee.
Mrs. Allan Hill was hostess at
the Croup's monthly luncheon
held on Tuesday afternoon at the
Center building. Assisting Mrs.
Hill were the Mesdames Marty
Mikles. Harry Silver. George Sen-
ter, Nathan Weiss, Bernard Weiss,
Hohn Keisir, Sam Issenberg, Jack
Glazer, Ben Jonas and Sam
Kirschner.
Wednesday. February 27th, marked the 25th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Hy M. Morris. 2645 SW 34th Court. Miami, who
have been residents he.e for the past 19 yaars. Mr. Morris is a
life member and past Department Commander of the Jewish War
Ce,';rar.s. Lieutenant in the Honor Guard of the Norman Bruce
Brown Post and a program chairman and Chaplain, McAllister
Post. Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is also a member of the
National Red Cross Disaster Committee, having served since 1946.
chairman oi the Board of Directors. Israelite Center, and a veteran
of World War II. havirg enlisted in the Navy and seen service
in the Pacific Theater. Mrs. Morris is senior vice president and
hospital chairman of the Norman Bruce Brown Post, a member
of the Ladies Auxiliary. McAllister Post, and a member of the
Coral Gables B'r.ai B'rith Women. Mr. and Mrs. Morris have
three children, Melvin and Mrs. Joan Aaronson. residents hare,
and Miss Rosalyn Morris, a Food Research expert at the Medical
College of Virginia.
Miss Greene To Marry Cleveland
Student; Listed In Current Who's Who
Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Greene,
] of 651 Wren Avenue, Miami
i Springs, announce the betrothal
I of their daughter. Marilyn Ruth.
! to Donald W. Schneider, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin R. Schneid-
er, of Canton, Ohio.
The brice-elect was graduated
1 from Miami Edison High School
;.nd is presently a senior at the
j Wesleyan Conservatory, Macon
Georcia, where she is studying
. fashion designing. She was pres-
j ident of the- sophomore class,
Miss Sopho.r.ore Class, vice pres-
ident of the ju: ior class and has
been junior and senior represent-
| ative to the athletic board. Miss
Greene is also listed in Who's
! Who Among Students In Ameri-
| can Colleges And Universities,
Jfor 1951-1952.
Mr. Schneider is a senior at the
| Case Institute of Technology,
Cleveland, Ohio. He is a member
of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity and
will receive his BS degree in
June.
JVfiss Marilyn Greene
INTRODUCTORY SERVICE-Rabbi S. Steinberg, Counselor
Single people of all ages who art seeking to meet friends and com-
panionship are cordially invited to Join this club. Please call for your
appointment now. and you may have a personal and confidential inter-
view with no obligation.
"Many who already have joined this organization
have found satisfaction beyond expectation"
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PAGE 10 A
+ lelst>ncrkftor
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29,19
Army Avoids Jewish Help ---
Adams Thanks
Press For Good
Government
A!:-. Ad Chief Jus-
Supreme C .-.
- in S iiti Fl .
itic noraina-
.. .-. : r g id -.:
-- ;:t;;.
The discrimination against
Americans of the Jewish faith
was revealed to the Serate Pre-
paredness Committee recently
by Major General G. J. Nold.
Deputy Chief of Army engin-
eers. Kj testified that the Ar-
my asked Stale Employment
Agencies to eliminate Jews
from among prospective work-
ers on a construction project
in French Morocco. The pres-
erce of Jewish workers. Gen-
eral Nold said, might offend
the Arabs.
the New V
at S 1
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gualii


-
ITS Herbert H
n said 1
1
: rr.usl

v
-
Ma General G L Nold
E
1 ----- pebru
-: tbj :- Army had
!o -..--..-. from em
- -..-. '.-. ::;: Sa work
pre .-.: ..-. Frercl ''...-.-
: E
S ~
: ape
1 d -1 -..-.- fa re -
:':.- tbj
workavi :r. a re]
e ass-
CLOCfl eiig
1

n
: religious grounds. The sec-
ond order holds government
cgencies letting contracts re-
General
Department sj.
ted thai I is no
spoTs'itfe for "obtaining comph- J"e
ante with this regulation.
, the Dtp-.:-- religion, as *
_ated last I > *e Ar"
been no operating______________________
llearli Jlasada
TakPK To Air
Miami Beach Masada. Young
isl District, will have a spot!
i on Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum 1
! of the Air over radio station
WTTT.
Miss Irene Kestenbaum. public-
ity chairman and Editor of Kol
Ma.-ada. the group's newspaper. ,
nterviewed on the first of .
. ies of broadcasts bv Mr.
lastThun lay evening, at
m
- it 1
I '
.: lei :

;ing
tter ol
Future programs, held twice
once on Sunday and
.-. Thurs :;". of
dramatic
v
Friday Oneg Shabbai to-
Betl Shol- 1
Ban .-: 45 p.m.
Streets Sk
(o 111 mission Post
Streets. 2 Lake
v that
-
-
-
: .
: the Florida Railroad

expend*
. tl il .-

.-
ir
Dan McCarthy To
Speck Monday

:

and 1
I the Conuni
ber, to re-
tfered 1
1 : I..

ody
n dissi
:.. .

'
againsl
I -
League of L
B'liSh, Jewish L^'.-.-.r Comi
Jewish War Veterans cf
US, Ur. -.- -A America He-
Ccngrogatr. 1 -. 27
ish community cou
fhieh together comprise the
NCRAC. protested against the
imony of General Nola be-
fore the Senate Preparedness
Comniitlee that New York
workers wen not beirg recruit-
ed for building milifar. bases
in Arab countries because the
c-.r tractors believed a large
number of them would b3 of
Jewish origin and would be re-
sented by the Arabs.
Mold's testimony,
Kcal tha >.' n
11 'ion woi
nd non-Je have
Urns of a discrimin-
policy which runs com-
ounter to the prm
requiring non-discrimir.ation in



CHRISTIAN GETS ISRAEL
TRIP FOR BOOSTING UJA
Ray Jesselson. center, founder and former chairman of
Christian Committed of the Automotive Division. United Jewii
Appeal, has won acclaim throughout the industry for his effor
on behalf of the UJA. To express their high regard for his deto-
tion to the campaign ar.d for his efforts in promoting inter-faith
good will. Jewish leaders in the automotive industry voluntarily
raised a special fund to send Jesselson to Israel to see for himself
the achievements he has haloed make possible. Shown with ihi
notec Christien leader are. left, Charles Weissman of Wilkei
Barre. Pennsylvania, chairman of the UJA's Automotive Division
and Moritz M. Gottlieb. UJA National chairman for R.'gions.
Milton Sirkin, right, campaign treasurer for Malvin England
er's campaign to secuTa the Democratic nomination fcr Justio
of ths Peace, maps strategy w;th. lefl to right. Harold Ur.gerleiderj
Donald Klein. Mrs. Englanoer and Englerder. The meeting wa
held last F.-iday afternoon et the Town and Bsach club.
t Park tton of what the acl
itcntioi
- .
ingii ases to
I 0.000 ovei
icial ini as an u t bu
..... 144 citi
____________________
1 C L. J
AppoinT menace
As sunn Gatmer
ill h
re, he
1 in D County bi I
'
have re- dent at th< Univ rsity ol M ii,
hed a Dan McCar- as imp 1 chairman for the n
' ': 1 county head- election of Stale Senator Bunn
.4 Biscayne Bouli Gautier was announced yeaf
vard. by the candidate.
"I am verv pleased," said Gau-
hat this young Dade Coun-
tian acci pted the appoint-
ment, for both he and his wife
ypiiy the young American
Campaign Leader
p intnv M I Ro ert A.
n and former stu-
Gautier States
Tax Policy
gation of this discriminatory pol-
'> determine how widespread
is ar.d to take steps to end it

Criticism ol the Army's policy
jecting recruitment in New
favors a fair and equitable as- | tier. I have long admired the
Mssment policy that would not Senator both for his war effort
deprive Dade County home-own- 1 as a naval aviator and for his
era of the full benefit of the statesmanlike service in the Flor-
homestead exemption law." ida Senate. His outstanding work
Also on the candidate's plat- on behal! of a medical school for
: the B'nai B'rith ol assessments.
the
Fra ik Pac, Thi I
' d out thit pol-
1 ie military
establi.-:. : 1 1. part : to 1 I /ious tth.
If you fail to register before
Apiil l,\. you will not be eligible
to vote in the primaries or.
r
Haya Tarnar. red-headec El Al Israel Airlines stew;rdesis.
been touring the United States for thp past .jw months on a j
will mission. Currently ;.> Miami Beach, where she is c n H
to the Israel Cavalcade. Miss Ternar returned recently Acll
to California, where ;he is shown above posing witr. tr
Marx. "
mai
Mr. and Mrs. Si hade live at
1624 SW 10th Street, Miami,
Be smart. Register now and
avoid the last minute rush Re-
member the books close April 5th
v A Baby And Mother Care Class under the auspices of the
County Chapter. American R:d Cross. Shown above is ,
nslrucled by Mrs. Bernice Knowlion. RN. In enc*n" "'
MosdBmes Matthew King. Rose Slorck. J. P. Dasher. V. 9! {M
I t ;.Mar,h,a Sherman. Ben Goldstein. C. E. Lath* *- J
L. Levy. Maxwell Appol. William Wallace and Steve *


Rfl)AY.
FEBRUARY 29. 1952
+Jeisti tktmmtf
letropolitan Division, Combined Appeal v,>" ctuanmmm ot i#. ## ?/ Her<>
icheduies Caravan Day For Sunday
PAGE 11 A
More ."i" -"" workeis 'n the Metropolitan Division of the
L combined lewish Appeal turned out last week for the first
ajcampaiu:. meeting of Metropolitan leaden from all comes
Com
he overfl-w crowd in the auditorium of the Bureau of J-w.
heard Metropolitan chan.ran Fred K. Shochet ex-
dramatization. Miss G'itti Zand
world traveler and author. who
has teen making a scries of ad-
dresses in behalt of the Combined
J< 'a is,- Appeal in the Dade Coun-
ty area, was guest speaker.
Announcement was made at the
meeting of the selection.of Sun-
day. March 16th. as Metropolitan
: I'
R/aoDteci ti mi 1" the Metro-
^Crkers on behalf of the
op.*' <<>'-^-
u Kopekwitz, Federation
wnct representative chairman,
-bed 'I"' plans for Caravan
March 2nd, at
ampaign workers
onducted
j,v Sur.>i;.'
thirh lime
fcflbeUiKe:- on a free c
-* "- 7 local agencies.
SSb weiv issued by Chair- 'Campaign Kick-off date, at which
iKooelowit/. to the committee
iLrgE of arrangements for the
_? ,i.i...l,t.. >.f fhn (rin nra
cy i_nair- t:"""" nun-un uaie, at wnicn
committee tlme workers will go out into the
community on an intensified
door-to-door coverage.
'Highlights of the trip are
|c recorded foi television pros-
on station wtvj during Israelite Center To
KTweek of M..rch 2nd through
EKopelowitz explained.
Ty,; su: lev C Myers, educa-
Icni; chairman, explained the
Emm f the Caravan, and Mrs.
fhnSirkin. mobilization chair-
for Miami Beach, also ad-
mp. Other area
Jm who urged complete par-
jtjpation and enrollment of
William Kneapler.
the Hialeah-Miami
and Irving
Hold Purim Ball
The Israelite Center is sponsor-
ing a Purim Costume Ball, on
Sunday, March 16th. 7 p.m., at the
Center, 3198 SW 24th Terrace.
Mrs. Barney Weidenfeld and Mrs.
Geoige Graham arc co-chairmen
of the affair.
Mrs. Jack Finkelstein and Mrs.
Albert Cotzin will head the kitch-
en tommitte. Assisting them will
be the Mesdamcs S. Eisner, Rob-
Becker. Joseoh Abramson.
Goldberg
inss commun tii I, .
\ chairman for the City ]%' ?c? *
ailed upon to re- [1*** Blon- '" '
eas were Leonard I ar. J!"3 ^>^-
Miami. Ben Ciein, Lj,ckctf ma\. .* secured at the
- d ""-a. a"cl I Una' K iva-Uing, Ml'S- Sam ?.'-
.liller, of the North I ''n*cr- Publicity chairman is Mrs.
I Mrs. Ha..-Id Spaet, |]
piois in charge of the social ar-
I all Greater Miami
Jv;h Fe i ation events, pre-
Idtj at I ment table,
n S; Chi rtkof, origina-
irai'.d.;: il a popular Hu-
Tiretti-s -kit, which featured
r ctors of the 7 local
fecies, ag .in presented her
Husbands Take Over
A business meeting will be held
OH Mondav evening. March 3rd.
8 p.m., at the Beth David Syna-
gogue'. Husbands of PTA hoard
members will then depict the
rolls their wives play at board
meetings.
Lyons Speaks Today-
Norman R. Lyons, Miami at-
torney and newscaster, will dis-
cuss The Significance Of The
Uruguayan Incident today, 1:30
p.m., over station WMBM, and
on Sunday. 8:30 a.m., over sta-
tion WTTT. Or. Sunday at 2
p.m.. he will view the status of
the German reparations confer-
ences over WMBM.
The sure road to better govern-
mi ii is an alert aggressive peo-
ple. Every good citizen should
register and vote.
Beach Center Sisterhood
Has Purim Carnival
A Purim Carnival sponsored by
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will be held
on Sur.day, March 2nd. from 12
noon to midnight, at the Beach
Municipal Auditorium grounds.
Mrs. Joseph A Berman, gen-
eral chairman, has indicated that
proceeds will go to vards the
maintenance of the Center'! re-
ligious schools. Mrs. Ira Walsey is
coordinator <>i thi fund
project.
Strassburg Airs
Ways Of Building
Musical Home
How To Build A Musical Homo,
will be the topic of a discussion
to be held by the Hebrew Acad-
emy Room Mothers ;.t a Get-To-
gether to be held on Wednesday
afternoon, March fith. 1 p.m., at
the home of Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan, 3745 Royal Palm Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Leading the discussion will be
Robert Strassburg, music direc-
tor of The Hebrew Academy.
Mrs. Alxander Kogan, chairman
of The Room Mothers Group, has
announced that Strassburgs
theme will include a review of
the latest children's Hebrew Rec-
ords in various age levels and
how they can be integrated with
the home and the school.
Strassburg will also speak on
the educational processes of in-
troducing music into the home
and the religious and cultural
values which can be derived
through an appreciation of tra-
ditional and modem Hebrew
music. A Harvard Graduate and
lecipient of the McDowell Music
Fellowship. Strassburg is a com-
j poser of liturgical and secular-
music and has been actively en-
gaged as conductor and music
I director in the Miami area for
the past two and a half years.
Musical selections will follow
the discussion. A social hour will
coi elude the meeting. Tea will
b served at 3 p.m.
Teachers' Banquet
The Annual Banquet of the
'' v Teachers* Association of
Greater Miami will be held oa
Sunday, March 16th, 8 p.m.. at
| the Victor Hotel. Miami Beach,
ling to an announci
by Louis Gadon,
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p Ed Unan has been so-
. rial .'. iitanS At-
torney General of Flo :-_ ii
was lisclottd -:-r- ij in 7a!-
Mse. He will work in w
-:..-.- with Charles T. Han-
. -r ;* the Statutory Ravis-
Department A::: nay Can-
:-.:-..-. en a :cv lion at
of the corporate code cf the
.;:a!e cf Florida. Edalman i: a
graduate of the (Jnirarsity of
' --: Joha B. S:t::-.r.
University, a: : lor ll i p^si
Few v-:a ; he hat bc.-n enqaged
..-. tha sctiTa pr5::.ce of law
-. He resides at 105 N
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pAy. FEBRU_MY 29' 1952
ZJSB*MJhrHtajri
PAGE 13 A
y Abe Kurman President Of Home
L Aged; Kopelwitz To Head Board
".. -.c rreuhn- i thly meeting
"" .... Board of Di-
I h Home for
igjmana .dent of the
J. Kopelwitz
chairman
^outstanding Jewish com-
L.J leader, man has been
*i of th, Home for the
|n^years. He a member
"the executivi committee of
.Greater Mian i Jewish Fed-
and the Board of the
. :. vocational Service.
'/. a t. d local leader
L .he past 25 y< are, is chair-
t eand-Mo,",:, Board of Di-
man of the Budget and Finance
Committee of the Home and a
member of the Boards of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and Jewish Voca-
tional Service. He was campaign
chairman of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal in 1941 and 1942. and
a former president of the Beth
David Temple.
Other officers elected for the
1952 term were S. I. Bernbaum,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Gus
Trau, vice presidents; Monte Sel-
ig, treasurer; Archie Greenberg,
financial secretary; Mrs. Moses
Grieger. recording secretary; and
Mrs. Sol Silverman, correspond-
ing secretary. Judge Harold B.
Spaet. immediate past president
of the Home, was honored for
his 5 years of service by b' inn
elected honorary president of the
Home. The Board also paid trib-
ute to Mrs. Benjamin Appel, who
served 5 years as corresponding
jsecretary.
In addition to the elections, of- j
ficial approval was given by the !
Board to the merger of the Miami
and Miami Beach Ladies' Auxil-
iaries into one Greater Miami
Auxiliary. Kopelwitz. chairman
of the Budget Committee, report- ,
ed that the budget for the 1952- '
53 fiscal year was $128,500, and j
that budget discussions would i
take place with the Budget Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew- '
ish Federation in the next few ]
days.
Appoint Kovner
Special Assistant
Attorney General
Wiilte
C. Kovner,
Miami
Maurice Kopelwitz
Veterans Hold Tag Day
The Coral Gables Post No. 243,
I Jewish War Veterans, together
with its Auxiliary, will hold an
Annual Tag Day Drive on Mon-
day, March 3rd. Headquarters
will be set up at various points
I throughout the city.
Lodge Honors
Past Presidents
Srolem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai
B'rith, will honor its past presi-
dents with a testimonial luncheon
in the Miami Colonial Hotel to-
day at 12 noon, it has been an-
nounced by Alan Kessler, Lunch-
eon chairman.
Jack Abbott, Nathan Adelman,
Abe Aronovitz, Sidney M. Aro-
novitz. Marx Faber, Milton A.
Friedman, Louis Heiman, John
Kronenfeld. Isaac Levin, E. Al-
bert Pallot, Burnett Roth. Sam
Silver. Elry Stone and Harold
Turk will appear in their capa-
city as pas t presidents of the
Lodge.
Current president of Sholem
Lodge, Jerome Weinkle, has in-
dicated that Judge J. N. Morris,
of the Circuit Court, will be the
guest speaker.
Beach attorney ard chairman of
the Housing Authority of the
City of Miami BeacT"\ was ap-
pointed Special Assistant Attorn-
ey General, according to an an-
nouncement early this week by
Richard W. Ervin, the Attorney
General.
Kovner will aid Mallory Hor-
ton, Assistant Attorney General,
in the handling of the anti-book-
ie law. Kovner will also special-
ize in land matters for the State
of Florida.
Kovner is a graduate of Cor-
nell University and the Cornell
Law School and was admitted to
the New York Bar in Julv 1938.
He was admitted to the Florida
Bar in April, 1939, and has prac-
ticed law in Dade County since
that date. At the present time,
he is a member of the law firm of
Kovner & Mannheimer, with of-
fices at 420 Lincoln' Road, Miami
Beach. He is a director of the
Miami Beach Bar Association and
since January, 1950, he has been
chairman of the Housing Author-
ity of the City of Miami Beach,
which has just completed the
construction of fifty apartment
units.
Mr. Kovner spent three years
in the military service. He has
been active in many charitable
and fraternal organizations, hav-
ing been president of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith in
1947, and is currently president
of the Hillel Advisory Council
of Greater Miami, which position
he has held since 1949. He is al-
so National Grand Warden of
Beta Sigma Rho fraternity.
Mr. Kovner is married to the
former Doris Berger and has two
children, Jeffrey, six. and Carol,
one and-a-half. The Kovners re-
side at 6001 North Bay Road, Mi-
ami Beach.
Pythian Sisters
Meet Wednesday
Roosevelt Temple No. 33. Pyth-
ian Sisters, will hold a regular
meeting on March 5th, 8 p.m., at
the Dora August Memorial Hall.
The sisters have undertaken to
help a needy family and have
sent them a check for $25. All
members are urged to bring
clothing for the distressed family.
Acheck in the amount of $25
has also been sent to the Heart
Association by the Sisters.
The Temple has joined with the
Sisterhood of the Beth El Congre-
gation in sponsoring a Masquer-
ade Purim Ball on March 2nd. at
the Dora August Hall.
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|^8yJTgUARY 29' 1952
e Harvh 2nd
havaltmh' Oau
an official proclamation, Mi-
JSSSMav".- I>. Lee Powell
Sf7t aside March 2nd, as 18-
lovalcade Day.
Pacing the unusual exhibit
."Graphically tracing the his-
, the Jewi" h people from
iham to the
Ending oi the m dern-day state
KTsrae'' the document mention-
iy;:\. tion that has
1 ^focused on the Cavalcade.
, exhibit, whi :h depicts the
traditions of the
is on ,i ij t i' 23rd
t Mia"
pijcl. added, "The
| portrayed in
c"35 dioi iiulucle 84,000
t"-i3(jio figures that reproduce
I Ntt < tumes of the eras
Hlu-lraWJ."
I i :n tains items
Ljtwidly depict Israeli art and
t)\-:;r.aostLp- "The unusual dis-
I ust, to all lovers of
| i., ument stated.
' Powell urged "citizens
ml visitors alike to take advan-
ce of the rare opportunity to
tieu- this great panorama."
En
-
Dr. ItciiMialom.
Aseulai Arrive
I The Greater Miami Zionist
| Youth Commission will have as
its guest! Dr. Ben Zion BenShal-
om. director of the Youth ard He-
chalutz Department, Jewish
Agency for Palestine, Jerusalem,
Israel, and Gershon Asculai, di-
rector, Youth and Chalut/iut De-
partment in America, announced
S. A. Goodman, chairman of the
local Commission.
Dr. BenShalom is in this coun-
try for a short stay, to familiar-
ize himself with conditions in the
American Jewish youth scene
During their short -stay ia Mi-
ami, Dr. BenShalom and Mr. As-
culai will meet with members of
the Youth Commission at a
Luncheon on Monday, March 3rd
at the ShelborT.c Hotel, speak
with the Senior Young Judaeans
Monday aftecooon and meet with
the combined groups of Junior
Hadassah, Youiig Zionism Dis-
tricts, IZFA, Young Judaea and
the Youth Commission on Mon-
day evening, 8;15 p.m., at the
Bureau of .Jewish Education
Building.
;hase Federal Opens New Branch
It Foriy-First; Features Comfort
In 1949. when Chase Federal | groceries. We are a mutual as-
Mags opened its new main of- sociation offering insured invest-
e building on Lincoln Road, i _,, 2,
Tident Charles Clements told ment for members savmgs and
fcrl Blshopi ic of Houck Adver- a substantial dividend return. 1
ising to tell the world about it. believe we provide people with
I Hollywood had been opening j something that's mighty import-
haters and super-markets with > .,__._n_ .
flan are that reached the public. : ?"* *urty and Peace of m'"d
let this was i e first time a con-1 tnrouSh planned thrift."
jtrvative financial institution em- I The Lincoln Road bi/ilding op-
iated, such inaugural techniques, ened with a fanfare, and increas-
knew we had something to j u.,.:.... '_ .
D." Mr. Clements explains, "and *>"* was so impressive
was just as valuable a com- tnal wnon a new North Beach
fcodity a> i v automobiles or Branch was opened last year ev-
en more inducements were offer-
ed. For the first time souvenirs
were given to all who called on
opening day. and valuable pres-
ents were given to those open-
ing accounts. Business was heavy
during Opening Week, and scouts
from other financial firms
promptly took notice. Now many
a staid firm opens a new office
with similar pomp, and immed-
iate new business is their reward.
Is it srrand business? Chase's
history supplies the answer, for
from $10,000 in assets, the insti-
tution has grown until it has ov-
er 2 million dollars in reserves
and surplus alone!
On Monday. March 3rd, Chase's
new Forty-First Street Branch
will open, and customers for
miles around will know all about
it. Visitors will be greeted at
the door with music, refresh-
ments, smiles and handshakes.
There'll be souvenirs for every-
body, presents for those opening
accounts, and door prizes rang-
ing from expensive binoculars to
half-pint bottles of Chanel No. 5!
It sou. ds pretty light-hearted
for a staid tinancial institution,
but it has proven to be good
business. One rather thinks that
the father of saving and adver-
tising, Benjamin Franklin would
approve.


L. Clements, pusident of
Ci u' reer,il Savings, is one
f Miami Beach's most prom-
pt citizen;,. He was recently
Itv. ,v'ce President of the
El u Savings and Loan
lo:al congregation
RVi?^naafle sP'r't"al personality
Wr .1 lun'on at cantor and
J ConQrr.e r?h and he'P bui,d
in bu, hl L" ,i,lar* t0 be"
' uu' has good possibilities.
" S.. BOX 2973, MIAMI 18
L^F,NED YOUNG MAN
"'d admi'n',?,00d "PPearance. inter-
t *'! n ,r\"Ve "ork-education-
f '! mot bn- EPerienced re-
"" Social' ?.llSl"ess Admin, grad
"'"0 w,th0y Mi,)or' we" trained in
1 Mr uDtoDle- '"terested all
M- Box 2973. Miami 18.
Fred Hunt Seeks
House Seat
Fred T. Hunt, Sr., last week
announced his candidacy for the
House of Representatives.
A resident of Miami for the
past 20 years and residing at 1020
SW 2nd Street, Hunt has also
been a building contractor here
during most of that time. He is
48 years old and indicated in his
announcement that his son, a ser-
geant in the Air Corps twice
wounded in Korea, will be his
manager. v
Hunt stated that his major plat-
form will be the abolishing of
the Florida Milk Commission.
"In my opinion," the candidate
said, "it is one of the most vic-
ious bureaus to be imposed upon
the state."
*JewisbHerkUgl
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PAGE 15 A
New Chase Building To Open With Pomp, Prizes On Monday
A new treatment in the design and furnishing of financial of-
fices will be presented on Monday when Chase Federal Savings
opens its new Forty-First Street Branch. Architect August Geiger
and Chase President Charles Clements are striking an unusual note
in planned informality and customer comfort.
Located at 425 41st Street, Miami Beach, Chase's Forty-First
Street Branch will be the only
Savings and Loan Association
in this area. Its modern decor
will not resemble the majestic
buildings that house other Chase
offices, except that it will have
the distinctive Chase stainless
steel ar.d glass doors.
"This new office is designed
to serve busy shoppers, business-
men and neighborhood residents,"
President Clements explained,
'"and we wanted it to be the sort
of place people feel like visit-
ing at any time. Informality is
the keynote. You walk in and
feel relaxed and right at home."
The front of the new building
is forest green, with white letter-
ing on dark backgrounds above
set-back planting boxes and archi-
tectural details of grey, slump
brick. Interior walls are covered
with hand-made scenic wallpap-
er, and floors are terazzo, with
rubber tile where employees
stand.
Counters are custom-made of
primavera woods, and furnishings
are rattan with colorful cretonne
coverings. The customer writing
tables, desks and easy chairs re-
place usual shelf and counter.
Lighting at all important points
is 75 candlepower.
The contractor is John Wood-
ruff, with additional installations
by Lyon Electric, Claude Neon,
Conditioned Air Corporation, and
decorator A. W. Dahlin.
The opening ot the new branch
on Monday will mark Chase Fed-
eral's 18th Anniversary. From a
810,000 beginning, the Greater
Miami Institution has grown un-
til its assets are over 26 million
dollars, and reserves and surplus
are over 2 million. President
Clements points out that, "Chase
Federal has enjoyed a remark-
able and successful growth, and
on a comparative basis is one of
the strongest institutions of its
kind."
Clements has been president of
Chase for 13 years, and was one
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Vlaqler-iiranada
Hold* Bazaar
Plans for a Carnival Bazaar to
be held bv the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center on
Sunday. March 9th. from 12 noon
to midnight, are in the final
stages. .
The Bazaar will include a dis-
play of merchandise made by
ladies of the Senior Group, as
well as by the Women's Group.
At the restaurant department
there will be a selection of plat-
ters and snacks. Games will be
featured for the children.
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work, convincing people of the
sound value of thrift and home
ownership."
John Thomas. Assistant Treas-
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 29. 1952
SEC. E
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1051, Jewish Telegraphic Agenc;-, Inc.)
J
Division To Hear Mrs. Lawrence
fle'Food Division of the 1952
Lined Jewish Appeal will
CZa Cocktail Party and Din-
TonMonday, March 3rd, at the
. llstl.r .,.l. in Miami, it
been announced by Aaron
leinkie, Food Division chair-
"Jaders in the Food industry
H,e Greater Miami area have
L. invited to participate in the
n,ial eifts event which is scned-
I to sta" at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bar-
ara Lawrence, chairman of the
Cmational Women's Groups.
wrld traveli i, and philanthropic
der who has recently complet-
ui'extende tour through to-
ll [forth Africa and the Mos-
En countries. Mrs. Lawrence
qied th> Jewish communities
North Africa and in the Mid-
Ea *. Jewish State. A speaker in
of the Combined Jewish
-peal in almost every major
Sv in the US, Mrs. Lawrence is
Iblicist and advertising execu-
who retired to devote most
h,.: time to philanthropy and ,
Jpnvate welfare work. She is a |
Kraduate : Smith College and I
fca been a i mber of the Advis- .
by Board ol the New York City '
United Jewish Appeal for several
Hears.
Zionist Youth To communal issues:
f... The Council of Jewish FeJera-
nrtiftpOtV In tions ar.d Welfare Tu-.ds has
\litiiut Foiitiivil ''" a sll,Prising move in con-
.TWffwn t St IS tit nection with the Jewish claims
A new group participating for against Germany ... It has noti-
the first tirr.e in the YWCA-spon-I fied the Conference on Jewish
sored Festival of Nations, to be
given for the sixth successive
year in Bayfront Park on March
7th and 8ih. will be the Zionist
Youth.
The group, sponsored by the
Material Claims Against Ger-
mary that it would be premature
for the Conference to act in be-
half of the American Jewish wel-
fare funds in presenting claims on
Germany reparations The
Jewish Schools
Meet To Map
Miami Campaign
The Jewish schools of Greater
Miami are now organizing under
The com -' rving with the j the Junior Division of the Com-
IF-Ki'd Division n Mitchell Adler, I binp(j jewjsh Appeal for parti-
Harry August Sami Badanes. j Gteater Miami
iMorris Daum, Sid Einhorn, Ber- ?"
Inard Eisenberg, Robert Felik. j campaign.
Ipaul tjoldbi g, Max Goldstein, I On Sunday, March 16th. dele-
Blorris CI..... i an, Al Green, Max gates from all Jewish schools will
Irlandshu. Maurice Held. Leonard
Ijacobuj. Harrv Kapchuck, Mau-
Ince H. Koven, Saniord Kramer,
IManuel Luck, Abe Maloff, Al
[Marnier. David Matter, Murray
I Mattes, Oscar Mayers, Aaron
INeiss, Sam Pearlstein, Marvin
|Rosenbtrg. Herbert Sher, Ed Ray,
lining Schwartz, Ben Silver,
llulian Wei-.kle and Melvin Wein-
lkle.
Miami Zionist Youth Commission'Council is assembling information
of which Sy Friedman is direc-
tor, will depict life in Israe
through song and dance. The
on the expenditures by Jewish
communities in Americaas well
as by American Jewish organiza-
chorus will be composed of mem- j tionsin behalf of rescue ar.d re-
bers of Senior Young Judaea, I lief work arising out of the Nazi
Junior Hadassah and IZFA, the'crimes And its tentative es-
Univcrsity of Miami organiza- timate indicates that the amount
tion. They will appear on Satur-lspent by the national and local
day, March 8th I American Jewish organizations
Among the numbers presented .V reach about $800 000 000 .
will be Dance Of The Accordion This includes expenditures ovci-
and Dance Of Water, The chorus ;,nd directly for refugee re-
will sing the Palmach song,
marching song of the Haganah
Army.
settlement in the communities in
ihe United States ... In view of
tation of Nazi victims can prop-
erly make the ultimate decisions
on whether or not to present
claims to Germany lor leimburse-
ment ... At present the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
Jewish Labor Committee are the
only two organizations with sig-
nificant expenditures for rescue
and relief purposes participating
in the Conference of Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany. .
*
VIEWS AND QUESTIONS:
Among the basic questions
which the Courcil of Jewish Fed-
reations and Welfare Funds is
now posing are some which will,
no doubt, provoke a good deal of
discussion in com muniues
throughout the country They
include the question whether
American Jews should present
claims to Germany at all .If
so, should the American Jewish
organizations negotiate with the
Germans for a "settlement" of
these claims jointly with i
the fact that th? Jewish federa- | scntatives of Jews from
countries? ... If so, which Jew-
ish organizations may appropri-
ately constitute the instrument to
present the claims and to negoti-
ate the claims? ... If the Ger-
mans request that representa-
tives of Jewry negotiate jointly
with Israel what is the best meth-
od of handling the problem from
the point of view of Am.-, ican
Jewry? ... Is it possibly more ap-
propriate that the claim of Amer-
ican Jewry be handled through
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ocuusrs
prescriptions filled
lenses and frames
duplicated
large selection in
latest styles
meet to review the three aspects
of the campaign: the United Jew-
ish Appeal, National and Oversea
Organization and Local Agencies.
Through discussion, pictures and
resolutions, the three-sectioned
plenary session will be exposed
to the education features of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
will be prepared for the General
Sessions and Rally to follow.
On Tuesday, March 25th, the
Jewish Schools of Miami and
Coral Gables will assemble for an
entertaining program and for set-
1 tions and welfare funds have a
Other groups which have ac- slak as fund.raising agencies for
cepted the YW s annual invita- p,.ograms 0f relief and rescue for
ion to participate in the Festival th(, Jt.wlsh victims of Nazism, the
include Armenian. British, rjJJFWF insists on their having
Czechoslovakiah. Greek, Hungar-1 sav on biSlc poiicy before any
tan. Italian Latin American. Lit-i talks wi[h Ge,manv are even
uanian, Polish, Swedish, Swiss startcd In tnis connection, the
and Ukrainian. There will also be Jewish federations and welfare
an American Square Dar.ce group I fLlnds throughout the country are
and the chorus from Booker T. j being asked tv tneir Council to
Washington Hieh School. express their opinions on basic
The Festival, presented in the questions with regard to Amer-
bandshell, will ba open to the I ican Jewish claims against Ger- theUS State Department?... The
public. Half of the groups will ap- | many The Council takes the jCFFWF also believes that before
pear on Friday evening, March j attitude that only the welfare negotiations with Germany are
7th and the other half, including | funds and their beneficiary or- entered upon in behalf of Amer-
ican Jewry, the matter of "Ger-
many's ability to pay damages"
should be given serious consider-
analysis by economies skilled in
ation ... It urges an objective
matters of international finance
economic position to help detcr-
and informed about Germany's
mine answers to this question .
It expresses the opinion that the
results of such a study would also
be basic to the evaluation of Ger-
many's "willingness to pay" as it
will be expressed quantitatively
... It points out that it is ob-
vious that if the analysis shows
the Zionists, on Saturday, March | ganizations that have engaged in
8th. | programs of rescue and rehabili-
III AS Arranges
For Pound,
Hollar Exchange
The Hebrew Immigrant Aiu So-
ciety announced that arrange-
ments have been completed
through its office in Tel Aviv for
the payment of one Israeli pound
for each dollar transmitted ,
through the Society from Ameri- by winter residents David
cans to friends and relatives in i Triester and Joseph }*":
Israel.
According to Isaac L. Osofsky,
Philadelphia Club Has
Second Anniversary
The second anniversary of the
Philadelphia club was celebrated
at the Delano Hotel last Sunday
evening.
More than 300 visiting Phila-
delphians attended the affair
which was inaugurated last year
E.
ting a total quota for these ,executive director of HIAS, the
schools. Feature of the Rally will
be a song contest among the
schools saluating Jewish Music
recent decision of the Israeli gov-
ernment on new exchange rates
en__
Month. Each school will sing two service to transmit relief remit-
songs of Jewish content, with a tantes t0 that country at the new
Triester, who is vice chairman j tna( Gerrnany has oniy a very
of the Federal Rent Control | ,imited capacitv to make mate-
Board in Philadelphia, was elect- ; rja, amends in the form of money
cd president of the club at last j Qr nccded goods, it would put the
mem o,. .* CAw,o..6C ..... year's breakfast. Shaffer actedlas probiem of Jewish claims into a
ables the HIAS cash remittance chairman ot the the CJFWF holds the view that
special prize to be awarded the
winner.
A similar Rally will be held for
the Jewish schools of the Beach
on Sunday, March 30th, where
quotas will be set and the song
contest featured.
Arrangements are being made
through the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
In the 1948 election less than
one-fifth of the state's eligible
voters elected our public officials.
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Cardiac Home Luncheon
The Miami" Chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, is hold-
ing an Annual Pledge Luncheon
at the Imperial Room of the Ron-
ey Plaza Hotel, Tuesday, March
4th. 12130 p.m. Charlie Farrell and
his show will entertain. Mrs. Bel-
la Jacobson is general chairman.
Mrs. Bunny Freed is in charge of
tickets.
Chesed Shel EmeSS Meets Germany's supposed capacity to
Mrs Israel Goldberg, president | pay in relation to the overwhelm-
of the Sisterhood Chesed Shel ing amount of damages inflicted
Ernes* has called a regular \ op. Jews throughout the world by
monthly meeting of her group for the Nazi terror should determine
Monday. March 3rd, 1:30 p.m., at | the way in which the
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Voting is a civic dutv n i
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5th. Vote Mav 6tn. fMe API
Associated
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Combined Jewish Appeal at an annu3> gifts dinner held m the B.scayne Terrace Hotel. Miss
GittJ Zand shown fifth from right prominert New York civic worker, world traveller author.
and lecturer, told of her recent trip to Israel. Noith Africa, ano the Middle East. Left to right are
Haioid Gordon, Fred Sandier. Harry Diamond. Murray Sheldon. Art Kahn Sam Se.thru Division
chairman.- Polly Gershon. Al Ossic, Gitli Zand. Wt. D. Singer, general Trades co-chairman. Ruth
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* UnUti nr.rirffon
PAGE 3 B
I to Honor RabW
1 aL to R-'bbi Joseph E-
feTspiritual loader of the
rlSon Beth Tfilah, Rabb.
rfsKe'-un. be honored by
f If his 70th birthday,
rindni leader in world
PS i idenl of the
fe^ of Orthodox Rabbis of
Eliezer Silver
United States and Canada, Rabbi
Silver has also been active in the
Congregation Beth Tfilah which
will hold a Melava Malke for him
tomorrow evening, at 8 p.m.
Israel Diamond, president of
the Chevra Mishnayos, is chair-
man of the arrangements com-
mittee.
Marines Released
Included among Marines re-
cently released to inactive duty
by the Marine Corps were Sgt.
William Shapiro, of 5916 SW 15th
Street, Miami; Cpl. Harold V. Ed-
wins, of 620 East 46th Street, Hia-
l Laurel Wav, Miami: and Staff
Sgt. William B. Whitten. of 704
North 1st Avenue, South Miami.
Dramatic tiroup
Performs Arch
Oboler Play
The Dramatic Group of the
Beach Branch. Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, will
hold an evening of presentations
on Thursday, March 6th, 8:30
p.m., in the auditorium, 1536 Bay
Road.
Mis. Gershon Miller will direct
the presentation of Arch Oboler's
one act play, The House I Live In.
The production will be followed
by a demonstration of A Reading
Out Loud Session.
Appearing in the cast are Es-
ther Feldman, Marie Orowitz,
Mrs. Martin Shachat, Chaim Rose,
Lois Miller, Roberta Schwart*.
Malcolm Ornstein, Rhoda Granat,
Mrs. Louis Bernstein and Beat: ice
Disman.
The battle that
must be won!
What the United Jewish Appeal Must Do in 1952
\ Statement by Edward M. \1 Warburg, General Chairman
JUST FOUR YEARS AGO the people of Israel
won their independence. Their mam weap-
ons were sheer courage and devotion to the
cause of freedom, justice and democracy.
Today the people of Israel are engaged in
another battle against great odds. This time
they fight for economic survival, for a chance
to work, to produce abundantly and to live in
dignity
No gun fire now, no bursting of bombs, no
incredible victories. Yet the silent struggle in
Israel today is as grim as the military defense
of 1948.
On its outcome depends the fate of a
young state that already has made inspir-
in* history for the democratic cause. If
Israel loses, liberty loses. Israel's disaster
would be democracy's disaster.
This battle must be won. And Israel's people
cannot lose it and will not lose it-provided
we doour part just as we d.d four years ago. We
did it then through the United Jewish Appeal,
raising $150,000,000. Today our main oppor-
tunity to aid Israel, and to aid her quickly, is
still through the United Jewish Appeal -
Israel's chtef source of fru, contributed dollars-
UJA must raise $151,500,000 in 1952
In 1952 the United Jewish Appeal must raise
$151,500,000 to support Israel's fight for eco-
nomic freedom, to continue also the rescue
and rehab.l.tation of hundi^s of thousands
of distressed Jews in European and Moslem
lands, and to aid newcomers to this country.
In large measure, Israel's present d.ffi-
culties-her austerity, underproducnon and
.nt.c.1 shortages of food, med.cal fechties
and housing-result from a deliberate choice
by her people.
Israel's citizens have kept the doors of the
land open to all Jews in need of a haven. They
were fully aware that their economic woes
might multiply more rapidly than their popu-
lation. But they felt that never again must
Jewish lives be lost, as in the Hitler years, for
lack of a place to which those in danger mio^t
go freely.
700,000 have been rescued
This heroic resolve had our support through
the United Jewish Appeal. In forty months,
with UJA assistance, 700,000 newcomers
poured into Israel. The immigrants arrived
from DP camps, Iron Curtain countries and
ghastly ghettos in Arab lands, in the greatest
homecoming in history.
To newcomers, the new state has given
her best in welcome, again w ith the aid of
the United Jewish Appeal. But Israel's
resources have been over-strained and
vast needs remain unfulfilled.
Thousands of new housing units have gone
up but 230,000 immigrants still live in tents,
huts and unsatisfactory shelters.
Nearly 300 new settlements have been
established since st^tehood-but 100 new settle-
ments need to be built in 1952 alone!
Agricultural production has been increased
eighty-five per cent-W tens of thousands tj
acres remain to be reclaimed for food production.
Jobs have been created for thousands-**
Israel is far from realizing in full on the produc-
tive potential of her new manpower.
It is not enough that through the United
Jewish Appeal we have helped bring 700,000
to Israel.
In 1952 we must help speed the process of
their absorption-must help turn the home-
coming into the home making.
We must do this, even as wc continue with
other vital work which the United Jewish
Appeal has long made possible.
In 1952, at least 120,000 Jews depend on
United Jewish Appeal aid to reach Israel from
lands of distress and danger.
At least 250.000 Jews in Europe, North
Africa and the Near East have only our help
on which to count for their daily bread, and
in some cases, their very lives.
Some 10,(X*0still waiting in Europe's DP
camps-need our aid to leave this year for this
country and other democracies of the West-
ern Hemisphere.
UJA Saves and Builds Lives
Throughout its thirteen years the United
Jewish Appeal has been dedicated to saving
and building lives.
Since the end of World War II it has fed
and cared for more than 1,000.000 distressed
men, women and children. It has helped
nearly 900,000 refugees reach free lands in-
cluding Israel and the United States. It has
helped to build and develop Israel.
These achievements are the paoud accom-
plishments of all who have made the UJA's
work possible. In 1952, it is urgent that this
great program of life savin life building
be continued.
We can accomplish this, above all, by
helping the people of Israel in their eco-
nomic battle. An economically secure
Israel will provide both a full life for all
who have come and a haven for those who
must come.
In 19J2,as Israel's people fight their second
war of independencethis tone for economic
independencewe must help them win.
To turn Ih. r..i homscoming into th.
great home making
United Jewish
Appeal
MUST RAISE $151,500,000 IN 1952
GREATER MIAMI
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
CAMPAIGN OPENS MARCH 16
CARL WEINKLE. Chairman
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Joint Distribution Committee
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
During The Week...
As I Sec It
By LEO MINDLIN
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It is a tribute 1 that Dr. Unt time 1
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ate reiteration a t:cn
Dr. Unterman would have us believe thai the Jew (too
earl.csl times, has been the only :r.e t =:ip the concept ::
monotheismof a single G?= in the universe. He rase?
lief, no less, on the historically tenuous Book oi Genes.: which
"pictures Abraham intuitively p.=rceivir= G:d ir.z -.;-:.ng be
eternal covenant with Him. binding tha Jews :c Him ar.o mah
the.. His Chosen People."
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Dr. Unterman's current insistence on priority slain :: i._=::-.-
ery is somewhat es laughable as preser.t-cav elforti horde sci-
nlific kr.owlecge in the aree of atomic physics. Hii rapetit
error, however, becomes more serious in the re-expression -:'
ccctr:nes concerning chosen destiny. Such doctr:r..=s are sloop-
prooucing drugs. While Jews suffered the outrages of Christian
love as they manifested themselves in tha crusades and inq
sitions. the belief that they had been chosen by a God their
enem.is recognized and coveted, turned them from miseries "
nard. But continued belief of this sort only adds to ire already
seemingly impossible problem of establishing a proper viewpoint
among Jews regard.ng spiritual equality.
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this mean
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ents
were
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sentenc.
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apparenth to his
Hel.'ei : v.-.
trary to historic cat
ntlackol
M 8ht that a
v rJ*r: aS.he d6S' lhat Greek ,hou9h constitutes the philos-
ophy O Cnnstian.ty is to prove ignorance of both. To add as
Dr. Uaurau does, that Greek thought is the very antithesis of
life whVe ? f:mt a ?'PSe Wllh r,U9e 3S a mann" < living
'X.*T L Ca" l0n9" e*lst- ll wu'd ^ be difficult to
fn ?ho L ? = "uraci in Dr. Unterman's thesis, but in doing
m.rffC r9iamen/1 he might then become confused. These
th^rfV.il e*amP'es < ,k- generally indefensible position of his
threadbare, dangerous insistence on spiritual superiority.
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lem. Reo
.'' n two J ne still adherine 1 rn ;
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There are many who view Jewish spiritual supp.'rio-itv as the
soie cause for world Jewry's frequen? persecutes during hi
past two mi lenia. This is a rather extremist position. Such Mr*
sons have ultimately fallen into the rank: of tha aaaitnilafionUtV
UmjfiZS? anonymhy preferrable to the SSKlBffl
As I see it the salutation ci this Utter represents a r-ive if
unconscious effort to placate both views of modern Jew"y s DQ
tl,^LVVeMy-- U"forlunaely. i rnore than obviously contains
tha seeds of desire to reject all that is traditionally Jewish It
[evmwanSo?r lhe J6W inuUr ,ln"'e ,0 '> his cultural'heritage
hyaUoyreL"T^'r?-,h0.Se Wh h,aVe S0Ughl to des,ry him' But
it also remairs for him to re-evaluate his unreaonaKlQ = j u-
torically un.ru, belief in .xcluaiXDi^Zultten^My wrS,!
SSSfiLSK 'In^nd"!3^"1 ^ +* Sr^Si
have'
id u either. Yet ticular sil iai
avins to :
-has for, el to recognize the need of beine a
lattons. If this aim is t there ?n
Lief in some-
The current conflict in the new state, engendered by die-hards
who are as yet insensitive to the demands of political diplomacy
is proof of the aultiness of this antiquated Jewish attitude? Dr'
Isaac Unferman's book. The Talmud, for all its worth in orawinq
together the many philosophic theories regarding the once in?
written Iaw-Torah sheh b'al peh-does nothing to stamp it", f
as the work of modern scholarship lhat musl so necessarily be
tempered by modern understanding. It is quite as if Dr Unter
man wrote his book in tha world of lhe medieval Kabbalah
Indeed, Dr. Unterman has hardlj proved himself its equal For
*e trademark of the medieval Jewish philosopher (as was also that
m* ssrs Sfssr0 attestod to the abi,ity ot '^ K
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r^meicialized Synagogues
Pfffialal Sabbath sorv.cc
LfiWkw. tr-dition.
* cervices o
Friday ev-
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tTffli B. -ch, at o:45 p.m.
e ih Saturday morning
DU"<* '., Sabbi Ever will
**'"'. / nercialized Syna-
Uron Bloom will
gt the Rabl i in the rendering
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue, 135 NW
3rd Avenue, Miami, arc sched-
uled for 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Min-
cha is scheduled for 5 p.m., fol-
Ilowed by Shalos Seudos
j Maariv.
Reverend Frazier Appears At
Hollywood Center Service
The Jewish Community Center 'Miami Beach, at 8:15 p.m.
Marshall Cossman To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Beth Sholom
The Second Scroll, will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered during Friday evening serv-
ices of Temple Beth Sholom,
Chase Avenue and 41st Street.
and
rMr'Sass is scheduled for
..., wm follow al
Shalos Seudos
ha will follow at
|MnPDm. ith Shal.
\a Maariv following. Daily ser
!^Maare"t 8:30 a.m. and at-
p.m.
Past President Speaks At
Flagler-Granada Service
Joseph Masters, past president
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
of Hollywood. 2030 Polk Street,
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jac-
ob J. Honig officiating.
Guest speaker will be Rever-
end Clyde C. Frazier, Pastor of
thi' Hollywood Methodist Temple,
who is scheduled to discuss: Re-
union And World Community.! Continue Lectures On Jewish
Reverend Frazier's sermon will '
be delivered in honor of the
Center's Brotherhood Sabbath.
Guest soloist will be Mrs. Hattie
Saturday morning services will
be at 10:45 a.m., at which time
the Bar Mitzvah of Marshall, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coss-
man, will take place. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of all services.
Dedicate Beth David Service
To Parent-Teachers Ass'n
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate
durinR Friday evening services of
the Beth David Congregation,
2625 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, at
^Subject oi Rabbi Shapiro's ser-
n schi duled as: Religion
Under One Ronf. The service will
be dedicated to the Parent-Teach-
er; Association, and members of
the organ:/:.'ion will participate.
An Om g Shabbat following
WH ..red by Dr. and
Mrs Ha:..Id Rand, with floral
ngs Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Cohen. ...
Saturdav n ..mine services will
be at 9 a.m at which time the
Bar Mitzvah of Gerald, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Goldin, will
take place.
The Sunday morning Bar ana
Bas Mitzvah Breakfast will be
under thi auspices of Mr. and
Mis. Hyman Epstein and Nathan
Alexander.
Community" Center!'wuT\o "guest i ^aR;er: Canlor M' Haalman will
speaker during late Friday even- chant the Payers,
ing services, held in the Center | Saturday morning services will
Hall, 50 NW 51st Place. I he at 9:30 a.m.. concurrently with
His topic is scheduled as: The the Junior Congregation services.
Impact Of Community Life On i
Family Living.
Reverend Leo Heim will con-
duct the services and will be
assisted by students of the Cen-
ter's Hebrew classes. An Ones
Shabbat will follow under the
auspices of Mrs. Aaron Shapiro.
Saturday morning sen ices are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m.
Rabbi Greineman Speaks At
Beth Jacob Mincha Service
Cantn:s Jacob Ederman and
Morris Schertz will conduct tra-
ditional Friday evening services
ot the Congregation Beth Jacob,
301-311 Washington Avenue, at
6 p.m.
Dun::., the Friday evening For-
um at 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Moses
Meschelofl will discuss: Judaism
In Ttv. Str< ets.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Mes-
n-sing: Gilding The
Lily. Junior Congregation serv-
ices undi the direction of Jos-
eph Hurwitz will be at 10 a.m.
Rabbi S. Greineman, dean of
the Tfireth Jerusalem Yeshiva.
Ni .. York, will be guest speaker
daring afternoon services at 5
p.m. Min ha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
with S Seudos following.
Hebrew Academy Holds
Friday Service At 6 P. M.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
conduct Friday evening services
of the Hebrew Academy. 918 -
6th Street, Miami Beach, at 6
P-m- ...
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabbat
for children will follow at 3:30
p.m., including storytelling, sing-
ing and Israeli Folk dancing un-
der the sponsorship of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Saperstein.
Mincha is scheduled for 5:45
p m., with Shalos Seudos con-
cluding the Sabbath. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m., and at 6:10
p.m.
Graham Family Hosts Oneg
Shabbat At Israelite Center
Early Friday evening services
of the Israelite Center. 3198 SW
24th Terrace, Miami, will be held
at 5:30 p.m. Late services will
follow at 8:30 p.m.. conducted by
Hy Morris and Ben Katz.
Miami attorney Morton L. Per?
ry will be guest speaker. His
topic is scheduled as: A Modern
Tabernacle In The Desert. Mr.
History At Beth Tfilah
Friday evening services of the I
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 j
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, will
be held at 6 p.m. At 8:30 p.m.,
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will de-
liver a lecture on Jewish History.
Sei vices for Saturday morning
will be at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi
Rackovskv discussing Charity.
Mincha will be at 4:30 p.m., at
which time the Rabbi will dis-
cuss Cherubim. Shalos Seudos
and Maariv will follow.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m..
and at 6 p.m., followed by a class
in Jewish Laws and Customs.
Dedicate Temple Israel
Service To Jewish Music Month
Mme. Mana-Zucca will share
the pulpit of Temple Israel, 137
NE 19th Street, Miami, with Rab-
bi Joseph Narot during Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m.
The composer will bring a mes-
sage about Jewish Music in honor
of Jewish Music Month. Roland
Vamos will then perform the Nig-
un from Ernest Bloch's Baal
Shem Suite. The Terrmlc Israel
Choir will then sing a series of
responses. At the organ will be
iMiss Fiances Tarboux. Featured
I voices will include Mr. J. Wat-
son Dution. tenor;; Mrs. Mary
Davios, soprano; Miss Flora Prev-
in. alto; and Mr. John Burr, can-
tor and baritone.
Harry Boyell, chairman of the
Choir Committee, is in charge of
i arrangements.
Milton Friedman Addresses
Hebrew School Service
Mr. and Mrs. Juniors, of the
., Miami Hebrew School and Con-
and Mrs. George Graham will be 1 gregation, 1101 SW 12th Avenue,
hosts at an Oneg Shabbat fol- | will have late Friday evening ser-
lowing. in honor of the recovery
of Mrs. Graham's sister, Mrs.
Henrietta Schulman.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Rabbi Abra-
ham Sachs will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Mincha will be at
5:30 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
following.
North Dade Jewish Center
N Dade Jewish Center,
13030 West Dixie Highway, will
hold lati Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.
Alex nder Cohen will chant,
by Irving Jacobs. An
1 will follow.
Hialeah-Miami Springs To
Hear Louis Schwartzman
Executive director of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education. Louis
Schwartzman. will be guest
speaker during Friday ever
services of the Hiale
Springs Jewish Community Cen-
ter. 951 East 4th Avenue, at 8:30
PTopic of Mr. Schwartzman's
discussion is scheduled as: Faith
With Youth. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg will chant the service as-
sisted by Mr. Nate Becker. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Kneseth Israel Congregation
Friday evening services at the
Kneseth Israel Congregation 1415
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach,
will be at 5:30 p.m.
The late Forum Service will be
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cas-
sel will officiate. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will direct the congre-
gational singing. .
Saturdav morning services ait
scheduled for 8.30 a.m. After-
noon services will be at 5.30rjun
with a Sabbath Social
Hour following.
Rabbi Lehrman Discusses Soul
Of Prayer At Beach Center
Late Friday evening services
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. 1701 Washington Avenue,
will be at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will preach on The Soul
Of Prayer.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Robert Strassburg.
Saturdav morning services will
r- iy uMlLmf be at 9 a.m., with the Rabbi dis-
I,aleah-Miami|cussing ^ Week]y Portion. A
Bible class is scheduled to fol-
low at 4 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Dailv services are in the (.
ter Chpael at 9 a.m., and
p.m.
vices dedicated to them at 8:30
p.m. An early service is also
scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Milton Friedman will be guest
speaker.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render the
musical portions, with Rabbi Si-
mon April officiating and dis-
cussing the Weekly Portion.
A Mishna class will be held at
4 p.m., followed bv Mincha. Shal-
os Seudos and Maariv.
Neurologist Views Science And
Religion At Tiiereth Israel
Dr. Peritz Scheinbcrg, eminent
neurologist, will be guest speak-
er during Friday evening services
of the Tifereth Israel Northside
Center, 6500 North Miami Aven-
ue, at 8:15 p.m. Reverend George
Goldberg will officiate.
Dr. Scheinberg will discuss: Is
'There Any Conflict Between Sci-
ence And Religion. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Reverend Gold-
berg discussing the Weekly Por-
tion.
Social
Cantor Robinson, Steve Kessler
Assist Rabbi Skop At Gables
Friday evening services of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Avenue, will be at 8: ID
Subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Morris Skop is:
All Those Whose Heart Is Will-
ing. Congregational singing will
be rendered with the assistance
of Cantor Irving Robinson and
Steve Kessler. An Oneg Snabbat
will follow. ...
Saturday morning services will
be at 9:45' a.m.. with Torah study
and Kiddush following. ^^^^
Ostrie Family Hosts Oneg
Shabbat At Zamora Center
The Zamora Jewish Center, 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables,
will hold regular Friday services
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Ru-
dolf E. Brill officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrie will
be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Ostrie and Mrs. Sarah
Makover.
Gilbert J- Balkin, director for
,- j the Florida Region of the Anti-
at 6 Defamation League. B'nai B'rith.
will be guest speaker. His topic
will be: Threats To Democracy.
Saturday morning services will
begin at 9 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Suedos.
Hebrew, Sunday Schools To
Participate In Services
Early Friday services of the
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
SW 17th Street, will be held at
5:45 p.m.
Late services, dedicated to the
Hebrew and Sunday Schools, will
be at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman discussing: Our
Children's Heritage. Morris
Weiss, principal of the Sunday
School, will take part in the serv-
ice. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalish
will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat
following.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Waxman will discuss the Weekly
Portion.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue,
4001 Chase Avenue. Miami
Beach, will conduct Friday ev-
ening services at 5:15 p.m. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
day morning services are sched-
uled for 9 am.
Rabbi Swirsky Officiates At
Beth El Religious Services
Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue, will hold Friday
evening services at 5:45 p.m. A
late service at 8:30 p.m.. will fol-
low, with Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky officiating.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos fol-
lowing. ______
Rabbi Abramowitz Views
Weekly Portion At North Shore
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spir-
itual leader of the North Shore
Jewish Center. Dickens Avenue
and 75th Street, will speak on
the topic. A Living Judaism dur-
ing late Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
Saturdav morning services are
at 8:15 a.m. The Rabbi will speak
on The Portion of the Law. Can-
tor Leo Urlich will chant.
Daily services are held in the
Chapel at 8 a.m., and 5:15 p.m.
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lischa Elman to Appear With University
rchestra In Tschaikowsky Concerto
OIIITI AIUHS
be held on Sunday. March 9th. at the Miami Beach
ard on Monday, March U)th, at the Dade County
The sixth pair OI subscription concerts by the University of
* ritv of Miami Symphony Orchestra under the direction of
Bwtter wil
Auditorium
^M'khail Glinka's Rusland and idivarius of 1722. on the occasion
taidmilia Overture will open the 0f his American debut in 1908. at
vmphonv program and will be the a of 17 u was iven him
122 tt^S!LSSSSSA by his father who saw his son en-
rapture his first American audi-
ence with it and go on to the ac-
claim of 21 succeeding concerts
that year in New York alone. This
instrument had once belonged to
the great Joseph Joachim, who
BENJAMIN BLBYTX
4. of -..- I:..... .
"ii I ebroan nth. In
He in ui viv<-1 by hi- sol .
.....il to Brookl
Tork, tor a
"The Mium. Rivci aide".
L.n.lf D-Tltri onusia
Ko. 1. Op. 10.
MAX KLIMBERQKR
IS, I .' it SW !'ith Sir-
I K. : !5th. In a
n_a.il H.- is survived by hl wife,
Emma, on* son, Joseph, *:. .
daughter, Mrs Edna Kahi
Were on S'aiidav. t. 17th. at
"The Miami EUverelde Inta
ras MBS RACHEL BECKER
.. | I M
.-
r late
.
..
t-
:.ith. to R .:! i ::- Ml -
I -.he Miami B*
- l Itltern
-.. and one gra. -
Bel r. I
srmphony
Mistha Elma
aSSirS'of Peter Tschaikow-
jjy, Concerto for Violin and Or-
world-famous
then be heard in a
"lra'n-D JSff-te lffhtS|5- Proda,med th,
this concerto, as well d8v a finished
barticularlv noted for
ISAI" >RE LIEBERMAN
.14. of t> Kant Cedar Street
, Februai > Ml I i -
shi.i in the Carrlbeei A funeral rector of 'The Miami Rivera!*
laket via ahHlnat l
> ruracao, Kethei '' I Indlei
a the '. Mr. 1
I by hi~ >
MRfl ANNETTE KAPLAN
Btreel Beach
ti Febntarj Mrd Bhi
- husband. Meyer, by two
Elaine and I .
i.. .
intern.- Hl\ el -
artist following and by two s ons, Martin and l
his European debut.
1 (!- services and Inter:
The third fiddle and the oldest 1 Miami Riverside".
-c'ation of ..
| of the Felix Mendelssohn
II owner"1" three rare ir.stru- [ the trio is a 1717 Stradivarius
ifb whose total value is Si00.- and one of the most prized Violins
n Mr Eln.. n-s precious violins >" the world. Mr. Elman uses this
i ^represent a history of violin almost exclusively today
jLftJr, .: owner's career but and will play it at his appearance
have ver. colorful histories of nere- _____________________
heir own The junior member of
.e jnsti t*l "' is the one
ighty-one year old
: the violinist's most
ssions. Mr. El-
: it from a Russian
loblrman I the age of 12. while
si studying at the St.
Conservatory under
pold Auer. A few
.- he made his profes-
ut with the instrument
re he first start'.ed
. rid with his viol-
arr.e into the pos-
second fiddle, a
-century old Stra-
ta "The
"A GOOD NAME
U more to be
treasured than riches."
Proverb
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOMEi
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
Miami Zionists
To Hold Meeting
At Cavaleade
The Miami Zionist District will
hold a cultural evening on Wed-
nesday, March 5th, 8 p.m., at the
Israel Cavalcade. 90 23rd Street,
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, as well as
Israeli personalities, will conduct
a lecture tour through the 35 di-
oramas which include 100.000
mi-iature figures in 35 scenes
depicting the history of the Jews.
Visitors will also view an art
exhibit of 200 paintings created
in the new state.
Sirr.on Seiden, secretary of the
District, has indicated that ar-
rangements are being made to
televise the event.
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SAMUEL LAPIS
fit. of 33'. BW 18th A van a
away Tuesday, Fi
ed by two som
nard. Be a
th, at "Tin R
side", ith Rabbi Morris S
ir Interment wai on
Sinai Cenn
BEPH !' P1XUJ
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ISADORE W GOLDI E I
63. of K North .-h- I "
awa] in a local I tal aasl t
arv Kith. Ii
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an, Marraret and Bernlce R
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MORRIS STAR
'.:. died in Feb-
ruarj 2"th. He i iunrlved '
wife. Moll) I:-" lint :.: '
Sew York Cltj I -
men) bj tb ''
ABRAHAM RABIXOW
of I77 She I Av
lle-tch. 'lied lure He lived b>
hit daukhter. Mi Am fe I Re-
. were -!: : V M
Sew Toi k. f'.r aen ei
ment bj the Bern h Mem ... C
MRS '.- LDSTEIN
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Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
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Use. Also ot Hebrew Schools.
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LEE MANDELL
51, of i?!3 BW 15th Street, try L'lth. He .- ed by
h:.- wife, Theresa, a son, Sanfo
rlauKhter. rharlotti !< ins wen
sent to New Y"rk City ten -
and interment by Hie Beech M
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Sea 1 Cits
I
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ts a Mrs. Viol
five Bi Service* were al
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EDWARD HONEVMAN
.".< of 837 6th Street, Ml
died on February Hrd at hi- -
., He survived by hit wife,
. I'.-inii- i-r- sent to Sew
Britain, Connecticut, by the Bea b
Memorial Chaiwl <' "T111 "'"
tei inent.
MRS ELIZABETH rlSCHLI
:. sw It .- dl< i In a
Shi l aurvlvi
hueba i, tv
.in.l Ira, and :. da ml l
min Bio :
; l mi ral Home, th inter-
Sebo '*
MRS. LENA bULVERTEIS
47. of 901 Collins Avenue, Miami
Heac-h. died on Pebroarj JOth. Mrs.
Bllverfeln leaves her husband, Abe
Remali s wen ni N- v..rk city
ervlces and Interment by the
Beach Memorial Chapel.
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your
us help
time of need lei
you as we have
ne for other gratefu'
families
GORDON
WSSSiWl?,
710 S.W. 12th Arenue
Phone .3-3431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9381
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Lile mt Co.
907 Blscayne Bidg.
19 W. Flagler St.
MRS. MINNIE LASKOW
9. of 117 North Bhon l1 Ive a ed
February lh. Bhe Is survived bj
three daughters. Mrs, Betty
of Miami Beai h, Ml Paul Sllvei -
stein and Mrs [da New
fork She also ives two sons, Hy-
men and Nathan, an.l one brother,
Isaec Mark-. Services were on Feb-
ruary :.'"th. at the Miami Beach Riv-
era le, uh Rabbi Isaac Evei "'.'
iatliiR. Interment was on Mount Nebo
Cemetery,
CHARLES KRAVETZ
70, of 11J" Collins Av<
Beai h, died ''' February -" -'
urvlved by his if.-. fannle. Re-
ma were sent to Boston, NI
bj the Mis i "<' -
for si ';"i Interment.
MRS BESSIE RUBINSTEIN
59. of :'J Santlllane Aver
on Tui
vived bv hei ": '
. .- i. la ii.,-. i !: I an I Mor-
ton, and i -:-"
R rere sent to i
ervlces and interment
i iordi n Funeral Ha
MRS QRAl'E BAB
.".9. of Avenui
- is I Vlrt
Babel leavi s her I
i da nhters. i
and n, Busre Ri n :.-
sent to lladi i. Peni
aei \ es and Intel ment bj l I'
M
Miami
Hi la
CHARLES II C 'HEN
.".. of :'"!". SW L'lst Street, .lied here
laal Fi \ la> n ehi A Ml i
years, lie is survived bj his
.. m j. ,i son, \
Mr- r K'lth Roliliin-
. Sen were In the
Fum ill >rae with D
H. K nt was
M tNebo "emel
KENNEL
CLUB
Wast Fl.gl.r St. at
37th Avinac
STEAM-HEATED
GRANDSTAND
SUNR&YHARX
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
roa scst. eoKvaxcscEna
AND OMKMIK UMJ
-III io--.'
mix so? cou>i
JJJhtlfJELO R ID A.
ABRAHAM KATZEN
41 of 1717 ColllM Avenue, M .
Beach, died on February- tin. He
is survived by his wife. Mar. Re-
mains were sent to Jeraei citj >e
lerev. for services an.l Interment
iiv the Miami Beach Riverside.
SAMl'EL ISA \ -
?r,. of 1361 SW 7:
i' \ lenI
years
son Irvlnj
tie Sen en in thi
FuneiTtl Home "U M >nday, with Inter-
im nt on Mount Si bo I'
R
A
C
I
N
G
ISAAC LONDON
of 18S4 Jefferaon Avenue, died
Februarj 82nd. Mr. London leav
hi- \v Ethel, four sons, .i ice
len, Benjamin and Aaron,
dauirhter, Mrs Elisabeth
Services were on Pel
Al-

Fish he in
:'lth. at
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SHEET METAL WORKS
Miv. you. root repaired now: yeu
will aave on a new roof later
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Experienced Men
414 W. ttnd Avenue
t-MONS 4 eeeo
the Miami Beach Rlversldi th Rfh-
bl Moses Mes. beloff officiatlne, In-
ent was on Mount -Nebo Ceme-
JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
It of 1427 Indian C..... :' %,:
iml Beai h. dl< i on I'-
ll. survived bj his wife, Etta
alna wen nl l Bi
York, b) the Ml Ii Rlvi
f..i .... vices .hi 1 Intel ment.
Re-
LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG
BEACH
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Jewish HcrkikHL
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
29. 19S
Shewn above are newly elected officers of the Greater Miami Chapter. Deborah Tuberculosis So-
ciety. Rear row, left to right, are the Mesdames Rose Ginsberg, social secretary: Raymond Rubin,
vice president: Ed 1. Singer, vice president; Sidney Ginsburg. vice president, in absentia:: and Her-
man Glasser. treasurer. Front row, left to right, are the Mesdames Herbert Shapiro, recording sec
retary: Rhoda M. Levine. president: William Weintraub. corresponding secretary; and Samuel Koern-
er. financial secretary. The Chapter maintains the Deborah Home at Browns Mills. New Jersey. Its
next scheduled project is a Linen Fund Luncheon and Fashion Show at the Monte Carlo Hotel on
March 12th.
Pioneer Women's Group
M C ncil of
F: r. W
I Dot Luncheoi I th<
s :- -' r.j H ''. r. M
'- r
Sara F
< : \v men
' Mrs Bee Jaf-
: : i acting chairman I I
:' i r -. M M ix Shap:r
Holds Donor Luncheon
give thi vocation. The benedic-
.'.ill be given y R
-
A musical program will then
maturing Miss Rj'.h Brot-
- p:ano: Jacques Cohen.
violinist: Miss E etl F: pianist: and Miss Anyuta Meh-
accompanist. Mrs. Henry
Seitli M tzoat Hapoalot
n of the Council.
Holds Lawn And Card
Party For Bikur Cholim
Mrs Morris Fisher, of 2237 SW
3rd Street. Miami, was
at a lawn' and card party last
Wednesday.
Proceeds of the affair went to
. the Bikur Cholim of Bensonhurst.
Brooklvn. New York. Mrs. Fish-
er was assisted by Mrs. Mollie
Weinstock.
Meet To Hold Nominations
The monthly business meeting
,f the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will be held
Nominations from the floor 2
I be accepted. Election of offiP
will then take place at the M
vhen the nominating cuiinmii.ee business meeting in Anril j
,n Thursday evening .March 6th instaj,alion of elect.-rtomcJ.
.-ill bring recommendations of llfa "icers ai
| board members will be held dm
' ing the latter part of April.
vhen the nominating committee
vill bring : (commendations of
nembers who will act us officers
1952.

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InUPAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1952
* Jew!at nor-idH.tr
PAGE 9 B
Yerband Views
30-Year Growth
Uf Banquet Here
-
Man:: 2nd, 6 p.m..
V'erband of Greater
I;. Mate its 30th an-
;. as well as 30 years of
K fortnightly publication. Der
| Lyceum. 25 Wash-
ington Avenue.
Mx] I will be chairman
, banquet which will feature
I Joseph Duntov in
| [the organization's ac-
Jticob Adler
livilies over its 30-year span and
I interpretation of its
Impact on Jewish workers in
| ica.
Jacob Adler, the well-known
h'iddish humorist who writes un-
Hcr the name of Kovner, will be
guest speaker. Mr. Adler was a
ontributor to the Daily Forward
Jormany years. He has also writ-
some 55 volumes of short
hoi-ics. poems and satiric essays.
|n July. 11)45. the International
Hark Twain Society issued him
certificate of honorary mem-
lership in recognition of his con-
|irtmtion to literature.
To Tvlerine New
Human Relations
Him Tomorrow
1 television screening of
Wall, a new human re-
Stions film, will be presented
f Stal n WTVJ, Miami, to-
;:' ng from 10:30 to 11
Mjj., it has been announced by
filbert J Balkin, Florida Direc-
the Anti-Defamation
f B'nai B'rith.
i in cooperation with
( the film explores in
r >rm the psychological
udice. "Parent teach-
I church groups, so-
Fial work and mental health
I >uld find the film par-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9o
1952
Yiddish Scientific Institute Recovers
Bibliophilia; Local Group Sponsors Party
LEGAL NOTICE
By MORRIS HOXIGBAUM
The Yiddish Scientific Institute.
as I Yivo, v. ..- founded
after th irsl W rid War
in Vilna, then th< lifi
. and Traditional .'
.-.ing.
: ticn was
Id. It was
and dedi it< I to t
vation I spiritual
and cultu the Jews,
ti ularly in Eastern Eu
It also was to function th
nee and :ra:rir.e -: Ji
scholarship in the Yi
puage.
Following the Nazi occupation,
the flourishing center of the Yiv
was completely destroyed. The
priceless treasures of rare tomes
and original archives disappear-
ed. As a result, the Yivo was
forced to transfer its activit
New York.
In 1942. a small group of de-
voted Yivo friends raistd the
necessary funds to acquire its
present quarters, at 535 West
123rd Street. New York. With
renewed vigor and determination,
the Yivo commenced its activities
anew.
The Yivo gained new friends,
cultural institutions, scholars and
all Jewish communities gradual-
ly became aware of its import-
ance t" the Jewish historian and
scientist. They responded with
their own collections of rare edi-
tions and original archives and
combed everywhere in forgotten ,
places for new materials. Outside
of the United States and Canada,
the Yivo is in continual contact
with 395 cities in 51 countries.
Its importance gnized by
the Library of Congress when it's
own scholars published an offic-
. i] report on th.:- Yivo collection.
I U wing tl t war, a great part
of the Vilna Library was mirac-
ulously found well preserved ir. :
Germany. With the aid of the
US Government and the Ameri-
can Army of Occupation, it was
brought to this country, and now
the precious collections are in ,
me.
; numl rs
150.000 volumes
irigir.al nil pi nd
plel of J
. T. e

mplet
11; ern Jew-
nd at 1
:.
1,000.000 items. 1
of Jew j |
indoubl ly thi
esl in t xist: r
.- only ore phase ( I thi
Institut '- a th : ; Thi V.'.- i
jhas to its credit scores of learned
' work- n ial ii
and in Yiddish ar.d
English, besides monthly bullc-
,.:.-. .-. bi-monthly on Yidish phil-
ology a-d an annual of Jewisl
Social Science in English. At
present, in connecti n ith the
approaching Jubilee of the Three
Hundred Years of Jewish Settli
.rent in this country, the Yivo is
planning to publish the History
of the Jews in America.
To the Yivo. Yiddish Culture
is a living reality.
The Yivo Committee of Great-
er Miami is currently conducting ;
in annual membersh'ri drive I
which was highlighted by a j
gala banquet last Sunday.
in the Monte Carlo Hotel, with
the Executive Secretary of the
Yivo as a guest speaker. One of
the group's more popular local
functions is the Yiddisher Forum
which meets weekly. Saturday
evening. in the Conference
Rooms of the Greater Miami
Ji .. ish Federation.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 2089,
[I ESTATE >'
MAIM! HAI.VxVITZ,
HA1MI HAIMoWITZ, n-ow(l
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As Ait nisi irlx C.T.A. .
the Estat.
HAI.MI HAIMOVITZ,
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HAI.MI ILAIM-'WITZ.
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MYERS, HEIMAX A KAPLAN
\ rieys I A I itratrix C T.A.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF. LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ndei signed I. nt t. ei gage In
ht.*in* WEAVECRAFT PRODUCTS, of 1411'.
North Eaul !"h Avenue, North Ulan
ntei register s.-.11 name with
erk of the Circuit Court of Dede
F rids
GL'STAV I. victor
Soli ownei
2 29 3 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147616
JACK GAMSER. Plaintiff,
GRACE GAMSER, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' >: GRACE GAMSER
109-05 72nd Avenue
Fo est HIlls, I...ng I.-land,
New York
You, GRACE GAMSER, are hereby
notified thai Bill of Complaint for
Divoi e has I.....n filed against you.
Rnd you are required t<> serve a copy
) Answer or Pleading to the
.f Complaint on the plalntlff'a
\ -\ s. Mvitm, H.-nn.m \- Kaplan.
Bey-bold Bldg., Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
I Court "" or before the 24th
da> ( March, 1951 If you fall to do
>>. judgment by default will be taken
again.*.t you for the relief demanded
in the liill ( Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
' I, this 22nd day of February.
A.I>. 19S2.
i: it WEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Hi nl)
B) w.M W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
2 29 1 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Nt. 147T
h:\ia VDAMS, Plaintiff.
\ B.
WILLIAM VDAMS. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM VDAMK
Avenue
Queens. Long island. New1 York
\\ ii.i.il.AM ADAMS are here-
hv u n a BUI "f Complain)
t... l.\..., has been filed against
nu ..... i squired to set I e <
... Tn : i i ii Answer or Pleading to
i 'omplalnl on the plaintiff's
,tl > t!.....e J T iH inoff, 110
Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
mil fl th. oi Iglnal Answei or Pli ad-
of the Clerk the
i n : before the I6th
h, i'.'.-'. if you fall to do
.,,. j ,,ii lefa ill w Hi be taki n
. dema nded
Hill of Complnli t
IHlN'E AND ORDERED at Miami.
this 22nd day of February,
A U 1932.
E, B. WEATHERMAN,
Cl. k. i 'Ircull Court,
Dade County, Florida
ill C. in Seal)
Bj It. H. RICE, .IH.
Deputy Clerk
George J. Tallanoff
i i : ii Plaintiff
t'_'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
2 2:. S 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tiie undersigned, desiring to engaKe In
bua n. is inder the fictitious name of
MICHAEL'S OP MIAMI, al Miami.
I'ade County, Florida, intends to reg-
Ister ^. id name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida.
MICHAEL ROSKNTHAL
MARX M FAHER
.Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
2.29 :: 7-14-21
*-
TgGUST bros rV/
ikl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tiie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ANNE'S MARKET, at 1344 N. W. 3rd
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Counlv,
Florida.
CHRISTIAN REICHERT
HI TNER & lll'TSER
Attorneys for Anne's Market
2,29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUSINESS FINANCIERS, at 1S63 W
Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida.
IRA II. .NVHl/LMAN
2/29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
As required by Section 2. Chapter 22079 of the Acts of 1941, I, or one of my
deputies will be at the following places on the dates set opposite each, for the
purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1952:
Miami Beach .....................................February 29 and
March 1-74
Surlsids .....................-....................March 1
North MSsml Beach ____-.........March 1
Coral Gables ....................................March 1 & I
Opa-Locka ..........................................March 8
Miami Shores ..................................-March 8
South Miami ......................................March 15
El Portal ..................................March 15
Unincorporated Area &
West Miami .....................................March 15
Hialeah ..............................................March 15 4 22
North Miami ......................................March 15 & 22
Miami Springs ..................................March 22
Florida City ........................................March 22
Homestead .......................................March 22
Biscayne Park ..................................Mar COUNTY NORTH:
Moore's Sundry Store ....................March 1
Loclchart Realty Co........................March 8
Charlie's Service Station ..............March 15
Army Surplus Store ........................March 22
CITY OF MIAMI:
Miami Edison High School .........March 1
Santa Clara EUm. School ............March 8
Miami Senior High School.......... March IS
Coconut Grore EUm. School .......March 22
2:00 VM. to
2:00 P.M. lo
2:00 P.M. to
2:00 P.M. to
2:00 P.M. to
2:00 P.M. to
2*1 PM. to
IM PM. to
8:00 BAM.
8*0 ?M.
M PM.
tan p.m.
8 KM P.M.
8:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
2:00 ?M. 'o 8:00 P.M.
2:00 F.M. to 8:00 P.M.
firOO PJ4. to 8:00 P..v
2*0 P.M. to 8*0 PM.
2:00 P.M. to 8*0 P.M.
2*0 P.M. to 8*8 P.M.
2:00 P.M. to 8*0 P.M
2*0 PM. to 8:00 PM.
2*0 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
2*0 P.M. to 8*0 P.M.
2*0 PM. to 8*0 P.M.
2*0 PM. lo 8*0 P.M.
2*0 PM. to 8*0 P.M.
2*0 Pi*, to 8*0 P.M.
2*0 P.M. to 8*0 PM.
City Hall
City HaS
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
Cily Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
Ojus
10200 N.W. 7 Ae.
8490 N.W. 27 Ave.
6160 N.W. 27 Ats.
6101 N.W. 2nd Ats.
W51 N.W. 29 Terr.
2450 S.W. 1st St
3351 Matilda St.
Also: 242 Court House Monday thru Friday. Weekly, thru April I 8*0 AM to 5*0 PM
Tfceie erf'claf visttafieis mrt Is eddiflon te ffcete cesdscrie' dssieg Jsssary mud febrsery 1*52.
I also wish to remind the taxpayers that il is necessary to tile ONLY ONE application lor Hesse-
stead Exemption, and that is wtth the County Assessor. This office wiU in tun certify the exemp-
tion to the various municipalities after it has been allowed. Applications are to be tiled between
November 1st and April 1st. Ii is NECESSARY, however, that Personal Property Returns and spe-
cial exemption forms, such as Widow's. Veteran's arid Disability Exemptions, be tiled w'th the
municipality. AS WELL AS WITH THE COUNTY. New applications for Homestead Exemption may
be tiled in any of the above mentioned precincts, providing correct legal description is lumisbed
at the time ol tiling.
Under the provisions of the new tax laws relating lo Tangible Personal Property and Intangible
Personal Property, it is mandatory that every person, firm, corporation, trustee, etc owning or
having control, management or custody oi taxable personal property in the Stale oi Florida. Be
ANNUALLY a return with Tax Assessor. The Act provides for penalties oi 10*/. when the taxpayer
fails to tile these returns. When visiting ths above precincts, we will receive applications and
furnish receipts for all returns and applications filed.
Retpestvslly,
J. N. LUMMUS. JR.
Jliieuer ef Teie, Did. Csssfy, PlerM*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QiVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
r-HF. LINEN CENTER of mia.mi. at
137 and 13S West 1-la.gler St.. Miami.
1 la., intends to register said name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
2 29 3/7-14-"KRMAN J K,m,:N'S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL JEWELERS, at number 326
North Miami Avenue, in the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
i Ircuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
I Dated at Miami. Florida, this 25th
day of Febiuarv. 19.',2.
AARON S. ARONOFF.
.. Sole owner
2 29 3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
, No. 147527
JACK LIKRERMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MOLLY LIKHERMAN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS MOLI.IE MEHKRMAN
Hartford Apartments
IS No. Hartford Avenue
Atlantic City. New Jersey
ou are hereby notified that a Rill
or < omiilalnt for Divorce has been
riled against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
V .S?.,h.e I'1*'"""'"'" Attorney, A.
J KAFUA.N. Attorney. 350 Lincoln.
.kT^> ^r""1,' "*"'" "rid. and file
k r'n*L Anwer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
vi'l v, "V.T br,fore ,ne 24,n d>' of
March. 19o2. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
frfVhr \i1u !r-. ,he ^eU*, rided
.Llr..?"' ."' Complaint.
rSSSF .w>'nni,RDF:REr> at Miami.
lo"*li.'W 20h day of February.
K. B. LKATHBRMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
,,.,, Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Hy R. H. RICE. JR.
i t .^. nePu'y Clerk
A. J. KAPLAN. Esq.
Kaplan. Dletz Lagky
3..0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
22-?9e- vVl4al,Ul"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
^^,, NAME LAW
,.NOTI'K IS HEREI1Y CIVEN that
HS!f4T.l.lSft-SM "etltious name of
"'th s., AHtT,M,KS"TS. at 21-33 East
nr.tr'' H'R,"h- "orlda. Intend
I# .J" Af ".ald n"mt' *'th the Clerk
Florida C" CUrl "' Dade Count>''
FRANK EISMAN
MAX R. S,LVERMAK WRa"
fe'SvljffSn^"
Miami. Florida
2/2- 3/7.u
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURt~m--------I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cTn?n,JH
As?.^fOR DADE COUNTVIN
FLORIDA. IN CHANCKirV1
No. 147520 "-tRY-
HELEN THEREBEA BERLINSKI.
vs PlslntlftJ
STEPHEN BERLINSKI,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION-
TO: STEPHEN BERIJNSKI N
822 M. Lane Street
DuPonk Pennsyl
YOU are required lo .... ..
"f S..... Answer t,, ti.
ptalnl for Divorce on th, : ... '
Attorney and to file the I
wer in the Office of the ,'l *
circuit Court, on ... uei u.f'.'.jjL
day of March. 1932; oth. I
of Complaint filed herein
as onfense I by you '
DATED al Miami, P
day ol Feb lary, 1952 '
E. B. LBATHER1IAX,
D de County, l'|.ir|.ia
| Se. '.I
By: n h rice, jr.
Ie|>utv (|erl;
MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorn.,
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach. Florida
2'22-29 37 14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT orl
FLORIDA JN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147511
FLORENCE M. RENN. Plaintiff
vs.
c,ROVER C. RENN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: (JROVER C. RENN
32-60 45th Street
Astoria, Long Island, X V
YOU ARE HEREBY Notified!
that a Complaint for Divorce hail
been filed against you. :.nd you I
hereby required to serve a copj oil
>*our answer to the complaint onl
plaintiff's attorney. LEONARD L.I
K1MBALL. 228 N. E 2nd Av,tiU(.l
Miami. Florida, and file the innriull
answer In the office of the Clerk itl
the Circuit Court on or before MartSl
25th, 1952. In default of which tiitl
complaint will be taken at :.'- --i|
against you.
Dated this 20th day of FebnurrJ
1932.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the 'ircuit Coo
Dade County. Florida
By WM. \V BTOCKKO
Deputy Clerk
2/22-29 3/7-14
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25279
RE: ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN.
I teceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKe
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I hatf,
filed my final relKirt and petition. 1
Final Discharge as Admmi=tratr:x ol
the estate of ABRAHAM N. GOOD
MAN. deceased: and that on the 21
.lav of March, 1952, I will apl'K 14
the Honorable W. P. BLANT0H|
County Judge of Dade Count. FloriOi
for approval of said fin:i! report sni
for final discharge as AdmlnlstntrH
of the EBtate of ABRAHAM >|
GOODMAN, deceased.
This 20th day of Pebruary. Ii
LILLIAN O'lODMAS
IRVING CYPEN. Esqulr.
Attorney for Administratrix
2/22-29 3/7 14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50737
Notice is hereby given tint M H*J
kins, holder as assignee ol Clg
Miami Tax Sale Certificate MimDen
766, dated the 6th day ..( June hi
1949, has filed said Certiri^ate.in .
office, and has made appliratt'.n .
tax deed to issue there-.n in ,,K11
ance with law. tfaid CertlflcSU J
braces the following desenbe.l vm,
etty. situated in Dade County. r1
Ida, to-wit: ...... -_.il
Lots 23 & 24, Orchard \J3
Flat Book 3. Fage 44. n the! IT"
Miami. County of Dade, Maw
Florida. .. rnntlti
The assessment of said Pf
under the Certificate Issued '
the name of Unknown.
Unless said Certificate nail oe
deemed according to ''w\'"*,...
Will issue thereon on the -6in a
MDa,hedAtn>is,lJh day of F.W-fl
AU "" E. B. LEATHCTMAN.
Clerk of Circuit CouH.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal. sT,-PiRETT,
"Deputy Clerk.
2/22-29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,___, |UH
NOTICE IH HEREBY '.'l^^il
the undersigned, desiring t;>_enpje
business under the fJCtlUoUS name^
EATWELL RESTA CHANT, a'^
North Miami Avenue, Miami.
Ida, Intends to register saw M
with the Clerk of the CWr-l
of Dade CounU'kPl^',lv|,lSBECK
ARONOVITZ *'A?(>w-'?nlJ?k
Attorneys for Mark Weinbeci
2/22-29 1/7-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
To AH Creditors "uAnJalndrAs*H
Tp..
log Claims
Said Estate:
Bf
You. and each of > ou. *' t t
notified and reqnlred t.. y0
otalRU and demands h"" ln,t i
either of T"". ""ifrMAV1"^
estate of ESREL FJ'.'TJiJrida, wj
late of Dade County, rla pi
Honorable ('o""1!'."^, In *
County, and file the s rthoUf
office in the OcOTty Courgg #
Dade County. Flor da. ,e 0 I
calendar months front the C,,B
first publication hereof. irfll,
or demands to i-ontaln "' ,
dress of the claimant ""l^U.
to and presented as
.s.-u.ie will be hatred. ,,5!.
DateFe^u^yn^i^.^
ESREL FLITMA>.
Deceased
2/15-22-* /"


DAY( FEBRUARY 29, 1952
-Jewlstrioridiati
PAGE 11-B
LEGA- NOTICE
jNDER FICTITIOUS
r0T,CE NAME LAW
IK IHEREBY GIVEN that
\ .....* ";
1, titloua name of
I ,,! l'imi 2103 Coral
fci'i'' .'; ,.B|. i. r s:ii.i name
I cin ill Court
I
m VNOPOLE

I L'EIN
1
I
unT|CE unPLR FICTITIOUS
I NOTICE u LAW
I |Y GIVEN
t na to eng i
r titloua nan.....f
J SHOT, at 23i
1.0','., m Bml. Fla., intend
I with the I 'i.ik
I i of Dade County,
r-.EORGE SPEED
MAINLINE a SPUED
[,KuNA MART
!&' *
* Ui l:'""'
FOTICENUANMDEERLAFWT,T,OUS
LmCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
f ring m engage m
,,. <:.'titn>ns name of
En". TERRACE, at 8116 Abbott
Kmr. Miami Beach. InUndgj to re-
LVaid iiami' with 'he clerk of tho
Dadi County, Florida.
KEY PROPERTIES, INC.
hti.'k. SHAPIRO pried
fur Applicant
1:0.1,1
I
HnTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
fc0TI'-K IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
i Ins to engage in
rictitioua name of
' i:l \ w 11 ,i:sn. at 431 Lincoln
t'il Miami h, Florida, intends
j with Hi,- Clerk
I of 1 >ade County,
1, 11 HERMAN
owner)
\ N, IFF
a ill
|nOT:CE L'.DER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v GIVEN that
n to 11-;.,
titloua name of
S CO. i ii,-r in,' 1
nue, Miami,
tei Bnld
' n ui) 1 'ui of

N 1: ABERM W
.1 .\ HERMAN
.. -F P

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ME LAW
IIKREISY GIVEN that
:i to encase In
i I fictll Loua iiami I
I hi AlHaon Hotel,
Miami Beach,
glater said name
1 th- "lerk the Circuit Court
Florida.
A 1,1.1 Si in 1 iPERATINQ
COMPANY, inc.
I: I,, IIS ADLER
I'i esident
SVMUEL ROSEN
Secretary
|ERS. HIEMAN a KAPLAN
mts
5-JM9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
_ No. 147233
TARD CORDON DAVIS, Plaintiff.
VI
BKICM DAVIS
IVI
I NY
PATRICIA I'AVIS
I, notified that a Bill
Divorce has been
J and you are re-
L opy ,,f your Ana-
the Bill "f Com-
, tlffa Attorney.
1 ; k,.i, 2200 West Flag-
I da, and file th
In the
Circuit
day of
do BO,
taken
I Pleading
'. h ,.f the
r< the nth
'
nt will b.
I ellef demanded
I laint.
I vmi ordered at Miami,
da] of February,
I.EATHERMAN,
.1,1111 Court,
I 1 i>unty, Florida.
I in Seal)
|:- W m W, BTOCKING,
itj Clerk
MTl0F APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
,,T|l... Filf 50766
1. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I 'w. h,,Uer as assignee of
1 nage Dlatrlct Tax
numbered 2204 and
'- daj of May. A D.
I" ,-1 '1 s'"'1 wtlflcatea in my
" application for
.'- ith 1' i-* '2 ","'r,"n in Meord-
1 I certlficatea em-
I ilnj described prop.
.,:! lV,,"'"1" County. Bute
I i. Coral Gablea Rlv
" ., Plat Hook 18, Pa
V ,.....- County. Btale
' braced in Cert If I-
1 he assessment <>f
1' Hi- said certlfi-
; '' in the name of
U454 \ "' El aL
i* II, South Miami
t> PUl Book 23.
' Dade County,
embraced in
*>-> 'I'll.- B8B, -.--
'' under the
-1 ".1- in the
!" Exchange *, Balei
t? .hall be re-
Utw. tax deed
"" 'he 2th day of
" '"> day of K-l-a,y.
Cierb I.'KVI'I"'KMAN.
I. ,1 ,- ""m Court,
gaoe County Florida.
V7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LA\v
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hi, undersigned, desiring 1
business under tim 1 hi
IN THE
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT
LEGAL NOTICE
THE
thai
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14730"
uunnii-BH 1111,1,1 in. f!,- t on? Main,- of ... No 14730"
MIAMI BEACH IK-DUET1 TRIPCo.' 8TEI "AXIE ^SKI'TIS. .
at 1905 i',.ihris Avi Miami In-i.i, ,
n> Intend to reg ., \. '*ETF:n 1 iUKCTIS 1 -.
".'"i'i '!"''"' .1 ?.r?-f.? F PUBLICATION
,,i Dade Counl Florida TO: PETER H BAKCTIB
A, T II i:.\'| i|:k.-;, i\- < .mi. v vv I I'll, p I 11,11,,,,,,'
KERTICE
A, T HENDERSON COMPANY,
BTEVENS TRAVEL
MAMBER & I.IF ri:i;
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, l-..,.
2 22-29 J/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unaerslgmed, desiring to encage In
buafneaa under the rictitioua name of
OCY MOTORS', at S9 S. W su,
Btreet, Miami, Florida, intenda to reg-
ister said nimie with the Clerk of
the < ireult fourt of Dade County,
F'lorida.
A. \v. SCHO8TAK
Bole 1 iwtifr
SANFORD M, SWERDLIN
Attorney for Quy Motors
."41 Beybold imig.
Miami. Fla.
2/22-29 :i
-11
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne underslKned, desirinc to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI HAND ARTS, at 8162 N. Mi-
ami Avenue. Miami, F'lorida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
s ami .1 DISTRIBUTING CO.
By: i.ni'is cki.ia.n:
Presidenl
ALAN MARCUS
Secretary
:i T-ll
2/22-29 __
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREBY GIVEN that
derslgned, desii ing to eng
business under the liotiii,-
ALEDO AITS., nl S409 LeJ, un< Road,
1 'i.val 1 iabll -. I .,,!, 1 'ouiltj I
Intend to register sal '. nami n Itri the
'lerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lade
County. Florida.
M IYER CLICK
CAROLINE Cl.ri'K
1 iwners,
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attoi n, for M is 1 Gluck and
1 "ul Gluck.
2 15-22-29 3 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147496
GERTRUDE C (JCMIiKRd,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IRVING a I'M BERG n k .1
IS \l 'i iRE ;i 'MBERi;. Di 1. ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, IRVING GUMBERG a/k/a
ISADORE GUMBERG, o S I, BAR-
(CAS, 147-48 IWh Avenue. Fluahing.
Lone: Island. N, w fork, are required
to serve a copy of your Answer 10
the Mill of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's Solicitor and file the orig-
inal in the Office of the Clerk of this
curt on ,.r before March 20, 1952;
otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered agalnal you.
HATED: F'eliruarv 19. 1!>:.2
!:. 11. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
81] Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8 -'L'-2:' 3/7-14
'I tn
: la miffs
1 In the
-Hi
Man h,
of
by you.
1 'A t 1 : 1
(Seall
wer
lei I'ii In
deivcl I
ipy
' ompli fr dlv.,11
> "i ...
.it, .ri 1 fn ,,.
he 1
ill Cou : 1 f Dade r .
Ihe 14tl
, '-."' "' '
Will be taken .,.
Februarv 13, 195*
F:. B. LEATHERMAN.
' lerk of the 1 'ii cult 1 !oui 1
By M c FEIGE
t-, ,,,-... Deputy cl.rk
SAMI EL .1 HAM,
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympla Building
Miami 32, Florida
2/1.",-22-2'. 3/7
,m ?2I'9.E BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADF. COUNTY. FLORIDA
, No. 19452
RE: i:st \TK 1 IF
Qt'EENIE BTELLA MACHTEI.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
.\"Ti,-i: is.hereby given thai I have
final r< 101 1 and pet I tie for
Administrator "f
' iU of QI'EENIB BTELLA
MA( 11 1 El dec. used: and that on the
1. Hi day of Ma h, 1932, 1 will apply
la W. I-'. Ill,A NT, ,.v
Judge of Dade County, Flor-
proval of .-aid final report
jnd foi 1 ;,; .:.-. harge as Adminis-
trator of the estate ,.f QUEENIE
SI-KI.I.A MACHTEI, decea
This 15th lay of F', uruan-, 1952
- 9 M MACHTEI
MY Kits. II KIM AN ,v KAPLAN
Attprneya tor Administrator
2, 24-29 3/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 14726r
JOYCE WYNI-: REEDY CHRISTIAN,
Plaintiff, is
DOUGLAS LAURICE CHRISTIAN,
I '-f. ml.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To DOUGLAS LAURICE CHRISTIAN
Address Unknown
You are required to serve .1 copy of
your answer to the Bill "f Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer ill the
office of the Clerk "f the circuit Court
on or before the nth day of March.
A 11 1952; otherwise, the Bill < C.....-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken .1- confeaaed by
you. .
Dated at Miami. F'lorida. this the
11th day of February, ifM.
l: B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of the Circuit Court.
I lad,- Cunty, Florida.
,Circuit Court Seall
By M. C. F'EIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Mil.TON A F'RIEDMAN
iii2 Beybold Hldg.
2/J.1-22-29 3/7
No 147181
SUIT FOR CANCELLATION OF'
FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE
To; PANTEL AYVAS
i:-G Garibaldi Ave,
i.odi. New Jersey
You PANTEL AYVAS are hereby
notified that a Din of complaint for
1 anceluttlon of Decree of Divorce has
i,.en filed ajjalnat you. and you are
req ii ed to serve .1 copy of vow An-
swer or Pleading m the Bill of Com-
I'laini on the plaintiffs Attorney,
HERMAN WEPMAN, 407 Blacayne
Building, Miami, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
offli of the Clerk of the Clrc ill Court
on or before the l" day of Mar, h, 1952
if you fall t.. do so, judgmi nl by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the 1 ilief demanded In the Hill of

This not.' shall i- publish, d
each We.-u for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Miami.
F :"i Ida, this 7 das of Febi iun A I
1982,
E B LEATHERMAN,
1 'l.i k, Clrcull Com t.
1 lade Count] Floi
t Seal)
' \\ \l W ST''KIN',:.
I '.-outy 'lerk.
2/l"-22-'-"- ::/;__________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANC FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Nl. 147191
JACK BROWN, Plaintiff,
\ .-
MARY BROWN, Defendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY BROWN
l7i',-l 1 Jamaica Av. 1
Jamaica,, Queens, New York,
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Mill of Complaint for Divorce
has l,n filed atainst you in the
above entitled cause and you arc here-
by required to aerve a cop, ,,[ your
Answer to the Mill of Complaint for
invoice on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 10th day of March. I?:.2.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confess,, wi,i
be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
,-ach week for four consecutive weeks
in Ihe JEWISH FLORIHIAN.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this S day
of February, list.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. I!. HARHIE,
I leputy Clerk.
PALL IT. SILVER A- Ml'I.LoY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
^nl Ingl iham Kuilding
Miami. F'lorida
2/15-22-29 3/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146115-J
CAROLINE LOIS ..McGlLL.
plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT .1. MeOILL, defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT J. McGILL
(WM) -S4S6S6
Present whereabOUta unknown
(Escapee from State Prison 1
You, P.oHF:RT ,T. McGILL, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
r,,r Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
.1 copy of your Answ.-r or Pleading to
the lilll of complaint on the plain tiff s
Attorney-, click A PELTZ. 1305
Congress Building, Miami, F'lorida.
and file th.....iginal Answ.-r or Plead-
ing in the office ,-f the Clerk of the
circuit Cowl "ii or before the Slh
day of March, 1952, if you fail to
do so. Judgmenl by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the it'll of Complaint.
HONE AND ORDERED Ri Miami.
Florida, thla lib day of February,
A. D,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
1 ;eic 'ounty, Florida
L Co Seal)
By M C. F<
I : Uty Clerk
FLOYD S GLICK
A BARNETT PELTZ
Atton.. b foi Plaintiff
1 .", ,' Building
Miami. Florida
2 S-15-i
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19580
RE: ESTATE OF
LEO MACHTEI. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni iTICE Is lieieb, given that i haw
filed my final report and pi l I
Final 1 ii chai -. as Adn Inlsti tor "i
LEO M M-IITCi. di a
ed: and thai on the itii, -
March, 1952, 1 win apnlj to th. Hoi
rabli W l-. Di.A.NTi IN, -
Judge of Dade County. I- >i da, foi
approval of said final report ind foi
final discharge as Admin
thi estate of LEO MACHTEI, de-
ceased
This 15th da) of Februai .
S, M. MACHTEI
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
2/22-29 3/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27412- B
III Re: ESTATE OF'
ALIil'.RT L. KAHN. Heeeas.-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- llav-
liiff Claims or Demands Against
Said testate:
You. and each of you, are herebj
notified anil required Jo present any
claims and demands which you. pi
either of you. may have against Ihe>
estate of ALBBRT L. KAHN. de-
ed late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, F'lorida, to the Hon. W, F*.
HI.ANTON and I-'RANK B. DOWL-
l.N'i;, County .indues of Had.- County.
and file the same in his office In 111"
County Courthouse in Dade County,
F'lorida. within eight calendar months
from ihe dale of the flrat publlcat.....
hereof. Said claims or demands t,
1 ,,i.-am the legal address or the I ilm-
anl and to be aworn to and preented
a- afoi esald, or same ill i" I red.
s. Sei lion 120 of the 1933 P obati
Act.
1 '.,.id .l.muarv 31st, A.D. 1
I IDA L KAHN
s ARTHI'R M KAHN
As Exc, utoi s of the Last
Will and Ti stami
ALBERT I. KAHN.
I
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Si v bold BIdg.
Miami, l-'l 1.
e> for E
*22-29 .
I.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- til i,'ls 1., I
Bl'RGESS APARTMENTS, al 726 -
72S Jefferson Avenue. Miami
Florida, Intend to reglstei said name
with the i')-:'.^ .-" the Circuit Court of
1 lade luuty, 1 lorlda.
JOE ELBLONK
GCSSIE l-:i.l:i.i INK
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorney tor Applicants
120 Llm "in Ro id .
Miami Beach, F'iorida
2 R-I5-22-29
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
EVELYN STEIN BECKERMAN,
Pla
lllli.ll' BECKERMAN, Defi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIO'.
TO: PHILIP IIECKF'RMAN,
581 N,w- York Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are n quin ii i" rve .-,
the Answer to the Bill of C
upon the plaintiff's attorney. MOR-
TON ROTHBNBERG, 120 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, I lorlda, ;, I
th,- original In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before
March I2th, 1952; otherwise, s.,i,i
taken ae confessed by
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147279
ABRAHAM 8ILVERMAN, Plaintiff.
RACHEL BILVERMAN; pefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RACHEL SII.VEKMAN
158 : Clark Street
Montreal, Quebec.
Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY
thai a Bill of Complaint
hag been flh d igalnst
ar,. hereby required to
II m-.vei to the
NOTIFIED
for Divorce
,11, and you
serve a 1 opy
Dili of Com-
Btafnt on the pb ,\(fie
fib. the original answer In the OfBcs
of the Clerk of the Clrcull ourt on
or bef..... the 11th ''',> ;;f )'','
,:,-,... i default of whii h, the Bill pi
Complaint will lie UkSU .is CI lfl s---.l
""donVaND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, ibis Uth du>
of February. '^- ,_,,.. TH,;KM x N.
Clerk, circuit Court
Hv WM W. BTOCKING
Deputy Clerk (g LEO SIIEINFTR
Att.irney for Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
MTaml 82. Florida,
2/15 22-29 2/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
NASH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
at Royal Castle Huildlnir. luP- Bis-
cnym Blvd Miami. Florida. Intends
iter said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade 'ounty.
F'lorida.
NASH RISS
KOVNER MANNIIEIMEP.
Attorneys for Nash Rusa
120 1. in -in Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
2/15-22-2!" 3/7______ __________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14695C
ALLENE ELIZABETH BRAY'.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFF' BRAT, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: JEFF' BRAY
,-,,, Mrs. .1 It. Bray
2128 Eaat Dalke Street
Spokane. Washincton
YOU are required to serve a copy
,-f your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, and to file the original answer
111 the Office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before ihe 7th
day of March. 1952: otherwise, the
Bill of complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will Ik- taken as eon-
fi ,1 by you.
DATED si Miami. Florida, ihi- 6th
day ol February, i:1",-'
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
1 'lerk of the 1 'ir. ill Cou :
(Si gl)
By G. P.. HARDIE
Deputy ci.rk
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney tor Pi ilntiff
147 Pi" ii in- Building
Miami, F'lorida
2 8-15-22-29
will be
Bill
you.
Dated ibis
A.D. 1952,
12th day of Feb
I Seal)
f:. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit 1' ml t
By R II RICE. Jr..
Deputy ci.-rk
2 15 22-29 3/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
Sii.N.NY'S JUICE BAR at 207 N.E.
1st, Avenue, Miami. F'iorida Intends to
register >.'i'i name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Curt of Dade County,
F'lorida.
MARTIN CAPLAN
Attorneys for
FLOYD S GLICK .V-
HAlt.N'ETT PELTZ.
i:i".-, Congresa Bldg..
Miami. F'lorida
2/18-22-29 3/7 _____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigni d, desiring to 1 nt
business under the fictitious name of
ORANGE HOWL col'P.T APART-
MENTS .it 100 N.W. 16th Ale M an :.
Fla,, 'iitend to register eald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Im,|. County. F'lorida. __
SAMUEL LEIBOW ITZ
Ml '1 LIE LEIBOWITZ
owners
MANl'EL LUBEL
mi nej for Applicant
- BIdg.
- S E 2nd Ave.
- :/7
~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to anl
bush ess under the fictitious name of
MI-lll SODA SlioP. at 2892 West
Flagler Btreet, Miami. FI 1 intends
to register said name with the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Kl"r,"a- REN'ATo BENVBNUTI
STEPHEN F. KESSLBR
Attorney tor Applicant
WOO W. Flagler Street
2/16-22-29 3/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26868
in Re: ESTATE OF
CASICA PARSoN. In eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate:
Y'ou. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
.-state of CASICA BARSoN. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
lion W. F' BLANTON, County Judge
,,f Hade County, and file th.- same HI
his office in lh County Courthouse
In Dade Count,. F"lori,I,i, within light
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Bald claims
or demands to contain the lep.il
address ,,f tile daiHwtnt and to be
sworn to ^n<\ pjeaented as aforesaid,
or same will be Barred. See Section
120 of ihe in:::: Probate Act.
Date F'ebruurv-4th. AD. 19S2.
TRIFON LARSON
\ Executor of the Last
Will and Testament of
CASICA PARS' >N, \'rr, .
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney tor Executor
2, S-15-:

NOTICE TO CREDITORS _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 2737C A
In Re ESTATE OF
ALICE AUGUST, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate:
You. and eai h -d \"U. are hei eby
notified and required to preai
clalma and d#nanda which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ALICE AUGUST, de eased
late "f Had.- County, F'lorida, I the
nty Judgi a "f Dade Count). and
In their offic- n -
County '".....ihouse in Dade Cou
Florida, within eight calendar months
the di......f the first p il
il s.iid laims or dem ind to
in the legal addn as of n
to be sworn to and 1......nted
aid, or sain,- will be b irred.
Dai. Februarv I. A H 1952.
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
As Administrators of the
Estate ,f
\s Co-Executora of the Last
Will and Testament of
ALICE AI'd'ST. 1.....isod.
ARTIICR J. AUGUST
Attorney for Executors
2 8-15-JS-29
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th* Jewish Floridicm o-
llclts your legal notice*.
W appradat* y o a r
patronage) and cruaran-
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legal rates. Phone 2-1 UI
for messenger service.
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AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
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