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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25- Number 5
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lals Desecrate Philadelphia
igogue; Cause $2,000 Damage
I
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State Of Israel To Honor Joseph
Cherner On Sunday At Saxony
For the first time since its ing theatrical star, will also!
birth, the State of Israel will pay grace the program,
official tribute to an American Jacov Shapiro, first Attorney j
citizen on Sunday when it hormrs General of the State of Israel and '
Joseph Cherner at a, testimonial a member of the Kneseth. will
. luncheon at the Saxony Hotel, at officially represent the govern-
12:30 p.m. inert at the luncheon. One of
Cherner. chairman of the Na- Israel's most renowned attorneys ;
tional Campaign Cabinet in Flor- and an txpert on jurisprudence, !
ida f..r the Israel Bond drive, will Shapiro .ill reoort Oil the use to
be lauded for his outstanding whi untry has put money
fl^H
leadership in the S500.000.000
Independence Issue
Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. former
Secretary of the Treasury and
current chairman of the Board
of Govern irs of th
Firancial and D- .' Cor-
p iration of Israel, head .1
posing list of isiro and
religious li throughout the
U: ited States wh
to Miami Beach foi the lunchi n
It was announced late Wedn s-
day that Lena Home, outstand-
Publisher Sees
Anti-Semitism
As Increasing
of in-
bf the estimated $2,000 damage to the Tikrah Chadeshoh
logue. Philadelphia, where 13 youthful randals struck last
(American Jewish Photo from Phila. Inquirer.)
... ADELPHIA A stampede of vandalism which left ; (AJP)Sharp warnings
I p:!laged synagogue in its wake and contended for top place .creased anti-Semitism m Amer-
|of this city's worst acts of desecretion was speedily checked ica, ore of them taking strong
:h the arrest and confession of 13 hell-bent youths, the 1 exception with a recent Anti-De-
^loX^Xpurchased Tikveh Chadesheh Synagogue fc* jxjgue claim that pre,-
,ted at $2,000. officials "dice had decreased by 40 per
(nd^ated The vandals to burn down another synagogue cent, Were sounded this week,
windows, ripped lamps during services ushering in the A pr,)minent Jewish publisher.
floor and overturned
'ived benches and glass
I A sacred ornamental pul-
was hurled outside into
tly not content with
damage, the vandals
A stones out of a
tform in the rear of
' Germantown synagogue.
the rear door was also
and hurled into the syna-
ongregation'l president.
n. suffered a serious
upon learning that
ue had been vandal-
.' "d slight signs of
Sabbath
Sixty Jews attending services
miraculously escaped injury
when a gasoline bomb hurled by
the vandals crashed against the
building.
The third serious act of war-
ton vandalism against Jewish
! Louis Levand. of Wichita. Kan-
i sas. reported that anti-Semitic
: feeling in the midwest area was
"worse than ever."
Disputing the recent ADL sta-
tistics on the decline of anti-
alreadi 1 I from the Bond
campaign.
Among 1 best km wish
attorneys in I :!d. Shapiro
rk in de-
t th of illegal im- '
rants 1 t the
nandate.
It is .' put t his eff' >rts
. : .:.-. Disi laced Per-
ns from I '
time of the
lev is from Europe. In
the forefront of the battle for In-
dependi:. SI sei i in
the Hagar.ah : i il yeai -
He v legal counsel to
the Jewish Agency in Palestini
until 1948. when he was called to
Tel Aviv as attorney general.
Samuel Friedlar.d, member of
I the Board of Governors and of
'the National Campaign Cabinet,
has accepted the chairmanship of
the luncheon. "This meeting will
serve as the national launching of
the 1952 campaign for the Israel
Bond Issue. With more than
; SIOO.COO.OOO in bonds already
sold, we have made an encourag-
ing start towards the realization
of Israel's economic independ-
ence." Friedland said.
Henry Montor. vice president
of the American Financial and
Dt.\vl ipment Corporation for Is-
rael which :.- charged with the
responsibility of floating the lai-
gest foreign bond issue ever at-
tempted in country, will re-
port on the progress of the drive.
Morgenthau. ju.-t returned from
an inspection trip :o Israel, will
Joseph Cherner
Sam Hiisch of the University
1! Miami Diama Department. I
play will begin with Cherner's
hood in Russia and lead to
his present role as the second ia. -
gest lrdividual purchaser of Is-
rael bonds in the nation $500.-
000.
Mi rgenthau met with members
of the Greater Miami press, radio
1 it late this week after full punishment.
1 ted in serious
. Semitism. Levand. publisher of
houses of worship here in recent the Wichita Beacon, told the In-
weeks. the latest outrage stirred termountain Jewish News in
Jewish leaders. Whereas in prev- Denver that "people are writing .
ious cases involving minors the rate-filled letters complaining of reveal latest developments in the
Jewish leaders appeared more'. what they feel to be too much neW states financial situation.
Jewish ownership, t 0 many jews a feature of the lunc.-.eon will
in politics, too many Jews mixed be the presentation of a 20-min-
up in gambling, narcotics and ute play. The Golden Door, which
whiskey." depicts the dumatic iise to r.a-
Levand based his description tional stature of Joseph Cherner.
of increased anti-Semitism on the leading Washington
compromising, the latest act pro-
voked a storm of resentment in
Jewish circles. Spokesmen told
the court that the Jewish com-
murity would now insist upon
* LMarur.* tagwras* SSIH1^
n>ri.< i.r^i Rvnnffoeue while 6) I paper in Kansas.__________________Written and ainctea o>
Governor Warren Appoints Harold Turk
To Fill Vacancy On County Commission
B'nai Israel Synagogue while 60 ; paper
^vatSh^ran^hl0n"''nbe" wer in Prayer- *
y month the apprehen- ths were charged with arson.
m* iSS&S and^JeW,SM Originallv. questioning disclosed.
inity Relations Council J> v0Jt),clconCeived the plot,
.hLCZX "' youn?,erS but two withdrew on the eve of
with staging six raids on .,____.._,. of, fl.fini hnmb
the attack after a gas-filled bomb
fc^W' HSrg6Ue BbS mUculoKusiy prepared I
r-^eS^S oTwh'om explode and ignit. when hurl- j
Beach
ed at the building.
In a final discussion of tactics,
i the youths decided to hurl the
. bomb through a synagogue win-
e. and JCRC agents moved i (fow Failure of the missle to ex-
V in the latest attack. With- plode squarelv was credited with
after the Tikvoh savme the synagogue and its County line
members. Ringleader of the plot I In making the appointment,
expressed sorrow at his capture. I Governor Warren issued the fol-
Had he escaped, he boasted to
police, he would have spread his
arson attempts to other syna-
gogues in the City of Brotherly
Love.
rusted on previous offens-
I a second court airing is
>led next month.
-a as vandalized, a
and questioned, subse-
v nfessii g to the vandal-
Harold Turk. Miami Beach City Councilman and former Miami
Beach major, was appointed by Governor Fuller Warren to till the
vacancy on the Dade County Commission, it was announced early
'S Turk will represent the 5th district which includes al! of Miami
* and all of that portion along the beach north to the Broward
Jacov Shapiro
and television in a Tuesday
1 morning conference at the San
\ Souci Hotel. Later in the week,
jhe addressed several parlor meet-
irgs from Palm Beach to Miami
! Beach. Morgenthau also address -
1 ed a' meeting of Israel Bond
i chairmen and committee mem-
; bers at the home of Charles
Fruchtman, member of the Na-
I -1 of the JCRC here,
ragin, disclosed to the
""' Jewish Press that the
inged in age between
: iTteen A number of
1 just reached ten.
fficials here t..ld the
I Jewish Press that the
ivould move for iepay-
J the youths" parents of an proposed daily program of pray
| S2 000 J------- -U--I- ikn.uahnil
Opposition Grows
Igainsi Prayers
In Schools
SCHENECTADY (AJP) The
in damages ers f0r public schools throughout
raiders The par- th,. state faced a new roadblocK
here last week as two P^testar,
church groups joined the local
Jewish Council in opposing tne
P a" resolution opposing the plan
by the
'he vandal.s were
m the medium or
ket
|anwhile
wh
finan-
lower
a 15-year-old
- openlv bragged of a iuimiim "ki------ -
Jews and whose only ; suggested by the State Board oi
that capture had | Regents and conterding t.at tne
of planned
[ted a chain
'n8s against synagogues,
lone of two vouthful hood-
nabbed here this week by
on charges of attempting
place for the specific teaching and
formal practice of religion is in
the home and in the church as
adopted by members of the Meth-
odist Church here.
Harold Turk
lowing statement:
"The fact that so many able
men are available for appoint-
ment to the vacancy on the Dade
County Commission has made a
decision most difficult. For a
time, it seemed advisable to wait
and appoint the person nominated
in the May primary election. Up-
on further consideration, howev-
er, it seemed unf-ir to Miami
Beach to leave it so long without
a representative on the county
commission. It was pointed out
that the citizens of this area pay
ppr 40 per cert of
: i u hat 1
of a county
I further ag-
acute condi-
ith representa-
T. i ccracy is
the rig I pie "to elect
There can
of the fitness
[facia] than the people
themselves and the best way of
(Continued on Page il A)
tional Campaign Cabinet in Flor-
j ida. last Wednesday.
Henry Morgentliau. J'.


PAGE 2 A
*Jewistncrkte*L
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1952
Name Hostesses To Aid Winter Residents EftKR*
Division Show; Evening Set For Thursday ***!*
Urge New York Governor Dewey To
Revise Blue Law; Viewed As Unfair
i m

. CITY
( iOV
(AJP) A march n Albany bv.j,->\vi.si
,or 'I horn is K. Dewey's proposal to
tin- affair. Top women commun- _-._. "7J^nSr*
leaden assisting Mrs. Phillips GSrC?! jCIOMST
a Mrs Benjamin Bronston, Mi's.
A! Jacobs, Mrs, Sam Hlank and1
Mrs. Sam Rost.
Joining with n Hosts Commit-
tee, made up of 22 prominent
v. ii ter residents in the area, the
women's group will assist in ar-
rangements for thi' annual Show
Night and Dinner Dance, expect-
ed to attract upwards of 500 per-
sons in the Club Casino Room
of the Monte Carlo Hotel. The
invitation evening was inspired
by Edward Cowon. of Chicago,
and others who believe that win-
ter residents should meet and
become acquainted with their
Dastrk* Meets
At Cavalcade
On Wednesday even! ... Feb-
ruary 13th. 8 p.m.. the Israel
Zionist District will hold its
moAthly meeting at the Isr 11
Cavalcade, 90 23rd street. Mi-
ami Beach, according to a state-
ment by Dr. Louis G. Lytton,
president of the District.
Dr. Lytton stated that the
monthly meeting would enable |-
members to view the 35 dir-
amas, the art work consisting of
md and 1
Progra
an i rtun tj I
iu] under the &u
'educational director, and Mrs.
Ruth Feit. cntic teacher.
Participating in this practice-
I teaching program will be Sue
G ins, Martha Jo Becker. Jerry
Klonsky, Barbara Falk, Edna
Mav Levii e, Bryna Cooperma
I Barl ara Ginsburg, Harrie
ton, Lillian Malek and
Miller
Lip-
neighbors and learn more about 200 paintings by well-known Is-,
the community. raeli artists and the jewelry gift |
Prominent residents of the items and specimens ol silver
Greater Miami area who have ceremonial objects which are on.
volunteered to serve with the display at the Cavalcade.
Host and Hostess groups include A guided tour will follow with
the Mesdames Emanuel Gold- an address delivered bv Seymour
stritch, Paul Grossinger, Abe
Schonfield, Leo Chaikin. Arthur
England. Louis Altschul. Francis
Miller and Carl Susskmd. Also
named to assist with the program
arrangements will be the Mes-
dames Arnold Seeder. Jack Du-
binsky. Sylvia Epstein, Arthur
Lanski. Libbv Sterling and Sue
Kriegel.
The three co-chairmen of the
men's group are Jack Ablin.
Stanley C. Myers, and Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. Hosts serving
with them include Lou Goldn i .
Ed Cowen. Abe Straus. Louis
Krensky, Dave Phillips. Louis
Tea, William Kraft. Joseph Ma-
ZO, Leon Ell. Arnold Seeder. Dav-
id Wilder. A. Solosko. Harry Si-
mon. Morris Goldin. Dr. Joseph
Weidberg, Leon B. Jacobs,
Charles Fruchtman. Qus Trau,
Herman Basch and Max Shein-
man.
The program will be headed
by Phil Foster, comedy star of
The Big Show, and a well-known
story teller in night club ci
The program will also include
Gus Van, and the dance creations
of Luis Gomez, featuring Julie
Day and Aha.
The entire 1952 Campaign Ad-
visory Council headed by chair-
men Carl Weinkle will act as a
welcoming committee to greet the
invitees. This group includes
Joseph Cherner, George Chert-
kof. Sam Blank, Sam Friedland.
Charles Fruchtman, cam]
treasurer. Dr. Morris Goodman.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Women's
chairman, Howard Kane. Aaron
Kanner, M. J. Kopelwitz, Abe
Kurman, Max Orovitz, Joseph
Rose, Dan B. Ruskin, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Herbert Scher, Monte
Selig, Jacob Sher, Joseph R.
Stein, Fred K, Shochet, William
D. Singer and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
B. Lie! man. Miami Beach attorn-
ey, who ha three visits to
Israel and is prominent in Zion-
ist and communal activities. Mr.
Liebman's talk will cover recent
incidents that I aw occurred in
the Knesset, the statements of
Prime Minister David Ben Gur-
ion and the developments at the
UN General Assembly.
Saul Genet, program cnairman,
has innounced that the Econom-
ic Department of the Jewish Ag-
ency of Palestine has added some
McCarthy Denies Being Warned By
AOL; Airs Favorably Recent Interview
WASHINGTON (AJP) Senator Joseph McCarthy fatly
nied to the American Jewish Press in a second exclusive nterview
here last week that leaders of the Anti-I). tarnation League ofBnal
Bnth with whom he conferred privately more than a month ago
had exerted pressure upon him during the parley to drop alleged
associations with anti-Jewish leaders or risk being earmarked an
enemy of American Jewry.
In denying that "any such ul-
timatum was given," the contro-
versial Wisconsin senator labeled
as "the most decent, fair and ac-
al of religious-
ly discrimina-
tory provisioni
of the State'!
Sunday Blue
Laws was sch-
eduled to bi
decided at
coi ference o:i
the loint Com-
mittee for 1
Fair Sabbath I
Law. The com-'
mittee, headed Dewey
by Benjamin Koenigsberg. a Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America leader, rep-
resents more than a scoref of NcV'
York Orthodox ah* non-Onho.
dox bodies. !"?
Governor Dewey has' ah each
1 recommended to the .' solrins \
Joseph McCarthy flatly de- j general overhauling of the State's
.%Minvrwirv
Mrs 11 viva11 Komor-
I 12 SW llth Street, Mi-
ark their golden wed-
annivcrsary with an open
tion at their home on Sun-
'l lV February 3rd, 4 p.m.
K mioroffs were, married
on January 29th, 1902. in New
Ih, v are the parents of
three -on.-. Samuel and Irving, at-
. in New York City, and
Philip, who resides with them
S;,ndra'here' They also have three
I grandchildren. ______________
Blue Laws which bar most busi-'1
ness from functioning on Sun-
day. The governor's emphasis
legalizing Sunday" 'sports, row-
ever, drew sharp lire 'frojn- a :
JCFS spokesman- who' roemtereti'
that "religious liberty', an'i the -
right to observe one's religion ate
fully as important- as tNe'ffglrt-"
to play golf on Sunday about
curate coverage in a long time"
the AJP's McCarthy interview of
three weeks ago in which the
senator confirmed the news serv-
ice's original report of an "in-
formal" New York meeting be-
new exhibits to the Israel Caval- tween top Jewish anti-bias chief-
cade, portraying industrial ad-1 tains and himself.
vances and developments in Is- Senator McCarthy this week
rail. reiterated his hope that Jewish
Messrs. Alex Van Straaten and leaders would join with him in
Fred Jonas, Israel Projects chair- the future at "friendly and in-
imn. will then report on member- formal gab sessions."
AJP learned. "As I said before,
the Senator stated." what im-
Di-< ssed me most about this meet-
ing was the fact that in addition
to discussing subjects of interest j which Governor Dewey st'enis so
to the Americans of the Jewish concerned."
race, we spent a lot of time talk- The. JCFC last yea.r supported
ing over issues of national scope. ., yi] in the state legislature hV
things of importance to all Amer- tended to exempt Sabbath 6b-'i
icans everywhere." I servers from the blue laws, but"
Asked for comment on the rec- lit failed to pass.- 4c.tt>nsphiV^a;^-
ent wave of outrages
ship and the new undertakings of
tin- Israel Zionist District to meet
its commitments for the ZOA and
schools and uther ventures in
Israel,
Gavilan Defends
Title Here
Bobby Dykes will square off
against Kid Gavilan with the
Cuban's world welterweight title
at stake on Monday venir.g,
February 4th, at the Miami St
ium
The 15-round contest, which
Major W. H. Peeples, Jr., pro-
moter, estimates will draw more
than SIOO.OOO. will be the first
i title H,,ut in y
boxing history
Approximately 5.000 fans com-
' I'd like to sit down with them
again," he told the American
Jewish Press.
During the course of the inter*
view, the Wisconsin senator, rec-
ently seated as a member of the
powerful Appropriations Com-
mittee, described the B'nai B'rith
leaders with whom he had con-
ferred as "good, intelligent Amer-
icans."
Brushing aside a report that
ADL leaders at the four-hour-
long conference had warned him
he would be marked as anti-Jew-
ish if he associated with leaders
of anti-Semitic groups. Senator
McCarthy said, "why, it never
came up. I was given no such
ultimatum. I assure you, the
meeting was completely friend-
ly."
What was discussed in the way
wave of outrages against
Jewish centers and Negro pro-
jots in Florida, Senator Mc-
Carthy smilingly replied:
"Why, that's like askin' a fel-
low if he's against sin, evil and
war."
SUNRAYrARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOR REST. CONVALEICCNa
AND aWOflK HSU
ing by steamship, yacht and of anti-Semitism, the AJP learn-
plan..- from Cuba will lend an ed, was the appearance the Wis-
ii ternationa] atmosphere to the consin senator put in on one of
bout which is beii ted radio commentator Upton Close's
JHf t,u' Jn:' ::: >al Boxing I progran s. Cl > en under
Club. Celebrities from stage, tel- fire from the ADL and others for
evision, screen, radio and the anti-Jewish attitudes
_ sporting world will also be on "But." remarked McCarthy," I
_____ han,., ... ,. accept most invitations to appear
-----1 I Gavilan will defend his title on programs, even the
for the second '
headache has resulted"thnragb
the years as a ri5iilt-_uf_ih_.'__ri4l__
ings. Orthodox Jews, wTvfsVrJiSt-'
ness firms are closed on the Sab-
bath, have been handed court
orders as a result of re-opening
t>n Sundays.
Meanwhile, a nationwide pro-
test campaign sparked by the
Rabbinical Alliance of America
was underway. The group wired
Governor Dewey late this week
endorsing his plan to revamp the
Sunday Blue Laws, but urging
stress be placed upon eliminating
provisions harmful to Observant
Jews.
i
Senator McCarthy
DAY WORKERS $5 & FARE
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT .
127 N.E. 1st Aws. Ph. 9-3S07
No Charge to Employer
rss s.
iAMI.-jELGhiDAJ
of my
he second time since win- enemies, since it gives me an op-
it last spring from Johnny iportui.ity to present my views to
on at New York's Madison ithe American people."
ning
Bratt.
Square Garden. After becoming! In addition to the Close
champion, the Hawk from Ha- dent, the smear case launched
; vana had a narrow escape when against Jewish Assistant Defense
!^*!i'<^lth?..t^la*afnstBiUy Secretory Anna M. Rosenberg
______ i was discussed informally, the
Graham last August.
Shir Ha-Shirim
Jewish "Song of Songs" Concert
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14th 8:30 P.M
Featuring
CANTOR JACOB BARKIN
New American Sensation
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
75 Mixed voices 75
NANCY FAIRCHILD. Soprano
Ben Yemen, Conductor Margaret Yomen. Accompanist
The Chorus Presents
. "Raisins and Almonds"
AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENING OF JEWISH MUSIC
Tick?is Now on Sale Miami Beach Auditorium
'''- ': 1.28 1.75 2.24 2.75 tax inc.
Cantor Ii'fkin
OF I TMOST IMPORTANCE HI
Jewish Funeral Service
Nothing can take the place of a thorough
knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in con-'(
ducting a funeral service that is correct in every
particular.
Through many years of faithful service to Jew-,
ish families, we have gained this all-important
experience and understanding. The responsi-
bility to conduct every service correctly and
with reverence, beauty and dignity, we un-
reservedly accept and honor as a sacred trust.
Memorial Chapel.
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
West Flagler &; 20th Ave. Phone 9-2664
Miami Beach
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777 -5-3355
"HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE F.ISENBERC. Treaaurcr
IN NEW YORK- 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave.
BRONX LONC ISLAND


,D,n*V.TEBRtJARY 1, 1952
+Jewist fhrHiir
PAGE 3 A
[I'll Say...
I if all Jews south of the Rio Grande
I vhich ranks second among Latin
as to area and people. Yet prior
"'.|),/1 -illation numbered scarcely 1.000
I'."'' eason for any large immigration
1 United States, Africa, in fact most
: were open to settlers. The
half a century was due to unique
| PHILANTHROPIST
I mricS de Hush died in 1896. A creative
', ; vision and large capacities, he built
I in Turkey and other lands. But he could
joy his $150,000,000 fortune. There were
t","i,i* in Russia and persecutions in Roumania. A
Lfikl anti-Semitism had arisen in Austria and Ger-
I v the vicious Judeophobia in France culminated
It'hp Dreyfus case. A practical man, the Baron's
Loach was realistic. He offered 50,000.000 francs
Vu'e-3r if Russia.would cease its anti-Jewish bar-
Ijties Perhaps he did not understand that Jews
LV ideal scapegoats to the Czar's tottering govern-
I'nt Nor could he sense the Revolution around the
frier.
tSSlAN PERSECUTION
Jews he thought, should be weaned from petty
Iding They must forsake the reeking odors of the
Ltto and breathe in the clean air of the open spaces.
short, the Luft Meiisch would become a hard mus-
ld healthy, relaxed farmer.
I But the Russian situation was too desperate for
lie range planning. The Baron's experts scanned all
ttaoas and selected Argentina as the best suited ter-
ln Fertile land was acquired as low as $2 per acre.
lusts were built, furniture, livestock, and farm tools
[tailed. $50,000,000 was placed with the Jewish Coi-
tal Association, as trustee and supervisor over the
onists The Baron had more faith in business than
Iphilanthropy. Each settler was charged the cost of
d and equipment with 4% interest thereon. In bad
[ 'itional sums would be advanced. But he had
I nd pay off the obligation when conditions
I
tVASl PROJECT
I The ject was colossal but Utopian. The Baron
linger Seeks
Constable Post
llUax M. Singer, active in civic j
li! p [leal affairs for the past !
; en years, announced today i
at hi a candidate for
I nstal : District 3. in the
I ratic primary.
Is porters indicated
I ,, will conduct a vigorous
lirp;.! --. foi th' posl on a pledge
I enforcement and
I Tation with other
I ^encies.
I: th his wife and
loir 1 Andrea and |
I 2201 5W 27th Terrace.
I tor oi the Southwest
I rlr of the
I : -tic League. '
I the Red Cross
I mer Dep-
I' st ". '. mmis-
I d ;, fo: Fi I I Direc-
I Re I Cross. He
I d the JP and
I State Association,
1-.V J N itional Inspector
I i i Army anci Navy, Dade
a rats and veterans'
I
Is-- rnber of the
| [Direct rs of the Israelite
I1'' well is of the Men's
|l..l>. C iral Gables Jewish Cen-
Br.
I i' announcing his candidcay.
V il iowing advice
iragemertt of friends of
' S area. Coconut
i Coral Gables and West
id s M, ,m:.
I "As Constable, I pledge to co-
'!'' .s;ih the law enforcement
ftcncit s in (tie cities in this dis-
'(t. 1).- at their disposal at
1 tir > t,. serve them when
lied upon.'.'
I "I I Ige to serve the people of
Wf 3rd District." the candidate
Pdi'd. as a jjsjBiness executive
Vd pledge t i ej$>rce all the laws
they are written, without fear
m [avor5IJj-ill3Se my executive
W' ;an tslajjfcna' lo create whole-
B"1"' WiHwhtps -tetween the
j-"pl'- ul tfe3rd-Dtstrict and the
:it, of c.iwtAfcr
Argentina's Jewish Community
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
nned to take out c{ Russia 25.000 the first year;
eding year greater number would follow.
He i nvisdged millions living on Argentine soil. Every
practical mea I foT the success of the
But the human element was underrated.
! iple indiscriminately -are neither physically nor
l ychologically fit for the rigors of pioneering in a
strange land. In the early yea.-. :..: t >o many left the
colonies for the more accustomed life in the cities.
ITS LIMITATIONS
Many have regretted that Baron de Hirsh did not
place his wealth and talents at the disposal of Zionism.
Herzl saw his value and offered him the leadership.
But Hirsh was not a Seer. Zangwell had him in mind,
probably, when he wrote, "practical men are the great-
est bunglers." The Baron had enormous influence ov-
er the Sultan, and the Hirsh millions would have gone
very far in Palestine at the turn of the century. As
a result, millions of Jews might have been spared Hit-
ler's crematoria.
AGR/CLLTURAL COLONIES
But the Argentine experiment is by no means a
failure About 50.000 Jews actually live by, through, or
from the soil. Even more important was the transfer
of population from East Europe. The colonists who
forsook Moisesville and Basavilbosa settled all over
the Argentines. Many became prominent physicians,
industrialists, lawyers, merchants, university profes-
sors, and political personalities. A large majority of
the half-million Jews in South America are the net
result of the Baron's practical venture.
THEIR RESULTS
In Buenos Aires the community exceeds 250,000, and
as a vital center of World Jewry outranks the far older
settlements in London and Paris. Zionism continues
to evoke the strongest enthusiasm, while Yiddish lit-
erature is vigorously cultivated. There is no three-
way division of Judaism as in the USA, and Ortho-
doxy is followed along its traditional Ashkenazi or
Sephardic forms. A number of organizations flourish,
dedicated to various causes.
HEVRAH KADISHA
The Burial Society is unique. About 35,000 mem-
bers contribute two pesos a month to the Hevrah Ka-
disha. No graves are sold. A fair assessment is made
at the time of burial. To the poor the charges are
moderate or gratuitous. A well-to-do family pays ac-
jing to its means. The rich who by-pass their ob-
ligations in philanthropy are heavily socked. The ai -
nual income is quite large, and funds are distribut
the important local, educational, i hi il ble,
and oversea organizations.
WHITE SLAVERY
The Burial Society played its part in breaking up
the White Slave traffice, which caused the community
to hang its head in shame. A nefarious commerce in
women flourished, with its center in Buenos Aires.
Poor families in Europe and the Near East were in-
duced to allow their daughters to marry so-called
wealthy argentinians. All the legal forms were scrup-
ulously followed, and the bride left with her "hus-
band" for his home in South America. In Buenos
Aires she immediately entered a house of ill fame to
spend her youth in prostitution.
ITS BREAK UP '*Bl
Of course, such organized vice could never thrive
without the protection of corrupt officials in high
places. The majority of the "syndicate" were Turks.
French, and Moraccans. A sixth were vile Jews, and
anti-Semites spread the lie that the traffic was a Jew-
ish industry.
The decent Jews directed all enegies to smash the
vicious commerce. No one associated with it was per-
mitted to enter a synagogue. The community fought
with all the weapons at its command. The Hevrah
Kadisha refused burial to any one whose family was
connected in any way with the foul traffic. If such a
creature was seen in a Jewish restaurant, all patron-
age ceased. In a Jewish theatre, the rows of seats
near such a culprit were quickly vacated.
Every type of social ostracism was put into effect.
The old cherem (bann of excommunication) was vir-
tually invoked against the vice purveyors. Jewish
workmen, armed with clubs and iron pipes, broke
into brothels to chase the pimps out of the city. A
Jewish Committee was set up to work with the League
of Nations to banish forever the international traffic
in vice.
Turn to page 7-A
and see what
Mrs. Doris Dokorny
sayr abou'
Maxwell House
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4ables Women
Have Annual
Donor Luncheon
Mrs. A. F. Wellins. Donor j
Chairman. B'nai B'rith Women of |
Coral Gables, has announced that j
plans have been completed for I
the Fourth Annual Donor Lunch- {
eon to be held February 5th. 12 :
noon, at the Vagabond Club.
The Vagabonds and ^rtists ap- |
pearing at the Club are ached-
ided to perform. Some 200 mem-
bars and guests attending will be
welcomed by Mrs. Sidney Suss,
president.-Proceeds will be used
to meet B'nai B'rith National ,
and District allocations for phil-
anthropic projects.
Ileaeh Lodge
Hears >larkle
The Miami Beach Lodge No.
1591.' B'nai B'rith, will held its
I Tuesday Luncheon on February
5th, 12:15 p.m., in the National
Hotel. Gershon S- Miller, chair-
man, announced this week.
Guest speaker will be Samuel
Maikle. Mr. Markle is a past
president of the Westchester
Lodge, New York, past president
of the Metropolitan Council.
B'nai B'rith. New York, and past
vice president o f the District
Grand Lodge, No. 1. He is also a
member of the Eastern Regional
Board, Anti Defamation League.
Farewell Party
For URI Zifroni
Friends of Israeli Culture will
i tender a farewell party honoring
Ui i Zifroni. tenor of the Tel Aviv-
Opera Company. on-Monday ev-
ening, February 4th, 8 p.m., in
the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Zifroni is in the United States,
following an extended concert
tour through Europe and South
America on behalf of Israel. The
Spanish press, in jtt (Mews, has
compared Zifroni-to Banco Car-
uso, of the MetropoHCin Opera
Company, during the Golden
Age i..
Tickets may be obtained at the
Waldorf Towers- Hotel. Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, at the Ritz
Plaza door, or by application to
Jacob Fishman.
L'rge Support
Of AW Contest
Since twenty per cent of the
highway deaths in Florida are
pedestrians, the AAA program
endorsed by Governor Fuller
Warren, urged every city in the
State this week actively to parti-
cipate in the Pedestrian Protec-
tion Contest which has proven
that during the past 13 years of
the contest, pedestrian fatalities
dropped forty-four per cent.
Governor Warren, stating that.
This is the first sound and con-
cute safety program ever of-
fered me," instructed Colonel H.
K. Kirkmar. director of the De-
partment of Public Safety,
Nat H. Rambo, secretary of the
Governor's Safety Council, to
give their full cooperation :n car-
..: out the detailed course of
action recommended by the
A .ican Automobile Associa-
tion clubs of Florida.
Abrasha Brodsky To
Appear In Piano Recital
Abrasha Brodsky will be fea-
tured in a piano recital on Sun-
day evening. February 3rd. 8:30
p.m.. at the Jewish Cultural Cen-
ter, 429 Ler.ox Avenue. Miami
Beach.
Russian horn. Brodsky's key-
board techniques have been com-
pared to the famous Busoni's. He
is reputed to bring to Chopin an
intellectual quality which offsets
the Polish composer's often ex-
Icessive sentimentalism. Bro::
i- also noted for his interpreta-
tions of B /en, Schumann
and Li
Israel Lutskv To
He On WMBJI
C. Israel Lutskv. The Jewish
Philosopher of WEVD. New York,
will appear on Jacob Schachter's
Yiddish program. Sunday. 2 p.m..
over station WMBM.
Lutsk] the a -
rophone has been compared to
the late Fiorello LaGuardia's,
Arthur Godl n an I Gi
Dcake's. He employs a r
.each which covers the panora
of Jewis tun H
I hi I i ne
of t
r' .'. York's Jewi progi
Nash Unveiling
The" dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam-
uel Nash, formerly of 810 11th
Street. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. February 3rd at
11:30 a.m.. at the Jewish Section
of Woodlawn Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating. Mr. Nash is survived
by his wife. Muriel, two sons,
Martin and Teddy, and a daugh-
ter. Lori; also his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Nash, and two
brothers Al and Saul. Mr. Nash
was a member of the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge No. 1601. Ar-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
I. 1952
EDITORIA
So\ i<'l \il
i In a recent Town Hall Meeting Of The Air.
United States Senator George Smathers express-
ed his attitude regarding the method of protecting
American citizens behind the Iron Curtain.
Appearing with Robert Vogeler, released from
Hungarian imprisonment a short time ago, the
Senator emphasized the need for America to take
a position of firmness and honor so far as the
Soviet Union is concerned. It is necessary, he
indicated, for our Government to meet the Rus-
sians with those forces which they understand.
By inference from the text of his remarks, it is
clear that the Senator meant physical strength
vying with the Communist's illegality and bru-
tailty.
Yet, Senator Smathers conceded that we must
avoid trouble when we can and that we must do
everything short of sacrificing the honor, of which
he made so much, to prevent war.
It would seem that the Senator has added
little to the already staggering load of good if
confused intentions we labor under today. For
by deifying our traditional honor in the face oi
the Soviet's disrespect for such an admirable
characteristic, he has even more firmly ensconc-
ed us in the unfortunate position of non-com-
munication. And it is precisely this non-commun-
ication which plagues relations between East
and West in our time.
While all of us ought applaud the Senator for
his attitude, we must go even further than engage
in repetitive claim. We must understand the na-
ture of the Soviet's vocabulary; we must be will-
ing to recognize that words have different mean-
ings in different situations. Senator Smathers
suggestions that we deport erring countries' am-
bassadors, cease trade with such countries, at-
tach their properties and urge North Atlantic
Treaty partners to emulate these actions, seem
all too militant in the face of his intention to avoid
war. They only add further to the flood of words
IRAQI 'JUSTICE' 1952 VERSION!
currently being spoken by both sides and at once
as few are heeded and even less effort is made
to understand.
Employment of such constant oaths as the
Senator's concerning honor and unalterable
stands ought become for us a manner rather
than a method; we will thus be reflecting the
contradiction that is the Soviet Union, and we
will no longer be outraged by what seems their
amorality. We will be armed with their own
weapons and never in a position of being sur-
prised. Non-communication will then cease be-
ing detrimental for what they consider to be our
innocence, the cradle of downfall.
City Of Paradox
Miami,-as well as its environs, constitutes a
strange paradox.
Unchartered wealth in the area has produced
often tasteless splendor in the shadow of which
stands sgualor and poverty. Reputedly in its cul-
tural infancy, it has nontheless attracted at odd
times some of the world's finest minds to come
here, to live and to create. South by virtue oi
geography, it manifests few or none of the char,
acteristics found in the traditional South which
history books and twentieth century despair nov-
elists describe.
An area which during the past few months has
seen the bombings and attempted bombings of a
church, synagogues, a Negro housing community
and the murder of a prominent Negro leader, it
opened its arms last week to welcome and ap-
plaud the American Negro contralto, Marian An-
derson.
Some 2,000 persons gathered at the Dade
County Auditorium on January 25th, and heard
the famous singer's voice which for years has
been the envy of many of her white colleagues.
None in the mixed audience (another paradox'
would rationally seek to establish an intelligent
relationship between pigmentation and artistic
achievement; what the assembled heard was
Miss Anderson's peerless ability applied to toe
melodies of Franz Schubert and to the Negro spir-
ituals the singer loves.
Thus, while the area continues to foster these
seeming paradoxes, may we applaud this latest
addition to the list as an example of the Stratford
bard's feeling that there is, afterall, method in
madness.
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
$
DIPLOMATIC TALKS:
What is the next top w th rc-
' i Jewish cli in" for re-
I my? ... I
been ; this qu<
many times, now that tl
nal nal confereno
Jewish organizations, held in
New York, has given the green
light to talks with Gern any .
The answer to this question is
simple Before any prepare
tions are made for direct talks
with Germany, then- will have
to be coordination betwei n Is-
rael and the executive body rep-
' New York parley
... A joint policy will, no doubt,
i e v orked out on tin- meth
; conducting the talks and on the
approach to Germany Once
this policy is formulated, explor-
ations will probably bi
] the question of where and when
: the German-Jewish meetings
should be held The executive
i lected in New York at thi C( n-
ce on Jewish claims Against
Germany will in the n eantime
i eel to name a praesidium which
is to work under the chairman-
ship of Dr. Nahum Goldmunn .
It has not been established as yet
how many memfcx rs the mac sid-
ium should consist of and which
"i the m ior Jewish oi ganiza-
1: ns Should have a place on it
. It ( an e assumed that much
bargaining will develop on this
point, but the praesidium will ap-
parently be formed within this
week and will probably be com-
posed of five or six meml i i

ZIONIST PROBLEMS:
Something is wrong with Zion-
ist work among American Jewish
.students That the member-
ship of the Intercollegiate Zion-
ist Federation of America has
beer, shrinking is no secret
Now the IZFA reports the clos-
ing down of its only training
center for students who wish to
Si ttle in Israel Furthermore.
the IZFA is considering closing
only Hebrew-speaking sum-
jrner camp ... It was established
by the camp administration that
the campers had no interest in
'IZFA and that they came just for
cation ... The director of
the camp is, therefore, urging
that IZFA should not foot the bill
lor these vacations, especially
since the camp suffered a finan-
cial loss The liquidated train-
ing center for student-chalutzim
was established in Avei ill ;
New York, in 1948. at the height
ol the Hachsharath movement in
the United States ... It was con-
ducted like a kil butz u hi re the
lived togel and
w.irked togetl (: They raised
crops and cared for the livi I
The members wen- also to
ttle togetl ei in I reel Tine
lation ol this training cen-
ribed to the i
draft measures Students -
stay in school or face induction
into the US armed tones .
They cannot, therefore, afford to
spend time in Hachsharath cen-
ters Last wintei tl ree people
kept the AverilJ Park center go-
ing, one of whom fell ill. so that
oi lv two remained ... A year's
t i solve the manpower
problem and to keep the center
| open ended in failure Hov
ever, we hei r the IZFA is con-
sidering the : ty of pur-
' chasing a house in New York to
give students chalutzim an oppor-
tunity to live togi t : along the
i same lii es as tl ey did in the
iiaensharah center .
EDUCATIONAL NOTES:
The pendulum is beginning in
swing back in New York CitV
schools which introduced i
in Hebr< w In some schools
!"' numb. : pupils in the He-
1 brew classes has shrunk to a
point which makes .t question-
able whethi r the classes will be
maintained However, no such
effect is noticeable in American
schools ot iugher learning where
Hebrew is taught either as a Se-
mitic or a modern language
Ol more than 200 such institu-
tions, about 25 universities and 15
colleges teach Hebrew as a mod-
ern language, while the remain-
der- which include 90 theological
SChoolsteach Biblical classi-
cal Hebrew ... And speaking ol
schools, it may he interesting for
some to learn that among the ao-
pnmately 35.000 teachers in New
Wks ,,,. an(j hjgh
system, there are about 14 000
Jews The majority of then
are American-born, while the re-
mainder were brought to this
country in early childhood by
their immigrant parents All
of them are. of course, university
graduates and some have acl iev-
ed high honors in the pedagogic
world Although not interested
A3P-
i.Vn Am. i. v. Ixh Press Feature)
America's best-loved comedian,
the man whose big rolling eves
-hoit of matching an even
r heart, reaches Ins tiuth
lav this month.
The little tapers lit the
cake at an Israel Bond di
tendered Cantoi in a New York
I Ity hotel yes t e ida y This
*M :' f:(:' cry from the teem-
ing East Side where he spent h.S
childhood. Cantor is an ardent
Israel supporter and would
' have his birthday
orated only on condition that it
aid bond sales for the young
Jewish State.
Back during tin- war years the
Jewish comedian was one t|1(.
On,n"V lS b0nd salmen.
Once he led a gala Madison
Square Garden Bond rally, with
14 pretty girls at his side to take
":'"ls wmle he mg songs and
amused the throng. One* good
r."';'!1'11 ""buying he,
w'Uy,had no other recourse
than to call Canto, |
~Phone to accept the lady
"Well, my good lady," asked
"what denomination?"
Jewish," she ails we,,.(|
to^'n !h"' Cantor l,e a chance
lo sell Israeli Bonds, it is to be
-<;;;< another appearance.
rhe littfe niganiuffm with ban-
g :':V. j ftfi
gw: srwrars
.'."' ';""> and overseas
' "* fund the teachers'
' 'TT '/' $15-.....' *
oooto12,000^;*, i'1; inS8--
Wi ff\
Jo eyes from the East Side has
risen to the position where his
name is familiar in every town
and hamlet in the United States
It would he a rash prophet who
would have predicted to his loyal
grandmother, Esther. Cantor's fu-
ture eminence. Even his wife,
Ida, never suspected, and Eddie
has told how Ida's father Mr
robias, insisted that he had bettei
get out o| show business and into
some respectable line like gent's
[urnishings, if he wanted' the
hand ol his daughter.
According to Cantor, he exacted
Mr. Tobias' reluctant acquies-
cence only provisionally, promis-
ing repeatedly to start a gent's
'""ishing store. He asked that
tie be allowed to play "just one
more season" in order to raise
- mi. < -lent capital with which to
starl the sto.e. When that season
was up, he induced Mr. Tobias
with him "for just one
more reason pointing out that
With the additional revenue he
"Ughl start a chain of gent's furn-
isning stores.
Cantor once took Mr. Tobias to
H .Palace, mecca of the show
1 a quarter of a century or
'u.n" S&,ia?,d Pinted -'big
Al^l Thu w Cuantr Wl" B(' Hero
ed .t th Wt'k- Tobias '""k-
' a the sign, then asked Eddie
'" accompany him. He led the
SSIS! '^"blocks1 south to
," Kent s furnishing .tore of Nat
Lew* "See that sign." said Mr.
That s.grf is there all the
year around!"
Cantor never got his genfl
"nishings but even persistent
Mr. Tobias finally was reconciled
ntor Probably holds the rec-
ord for playing benefits for good
but perhaps no cause has
Strongly appealed to hjm
? "f wiping the new
, : ';<"' When Cantor was
J ;Vli '";""> 'Time Minis,,.,
Ben-Gurion said. "Eddie
;;;;'";"'-u.o,a,se one fourth
of the American total for Israel "
ZJ k,n,,w Can,or didn,<
l"h when they heard the story
Hebrew Medical
Journal Prints
Second Volume
The appearance of Volume 11.
1951, of The Hebrew Medical
Journal, concludes the 24th suc-
cessful year of its publication un-
der the editorship of Moses Ein-
horn, M.D.
In addition to the regular med-
ical articles, the section on His-
torical Medicine contains an in-
teresting treatise by Dr. Zuss-
mann Muntner. of Jerusalem,
dealing with Persian medicine
and its relation to Jewish and
other medical science and an ar-
ticle by Dr. Y. Leibovitz, of Is-
rael, on the life and work of tte
great.physician and philosopher,
Zacutos Lusitanus. Dr. Henry R.
Gold also presents a dis-
cussion on The Jewish Contribu-
tion To The Development Of
Medical Psychology.
The current number contains
a symposium on present health
conditions in Israel. Among the
participants are Drs. M. Muhsani
and W. Werbin with an article
on The Health Status Of Israel's
Children and Dr. S. Eppenstein
on Ear, Nose And Throat Dis-
eases. In the section, Personalia,
are presented biographical
sketches of Professor L. F. Mey-
er, and Professor Bernhard Zon-
dek, both residing at present in
Israel.
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In Recognition of
his earnest and sineere interest in the
welfare and deveiapment of the State
at Israel and of his wholehearted and
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The STATE of ISRAEL
a ill tender a Testimonial l.unvhvan
honoring
JOSEPH CHERNER
- and Previewing the
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erasi SPEAKERS
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HELEN ALPERT
Over lhe weekend. I was reading Isidor Cohen's book on early
Miamiwhen I suddenly sat back and rocked with laughter.
Really. I rock neither easily nor loudly, but this fractured me.
as they say.
It's in the chapter on Miami's theatres and their developmant.
The makeshift playhouses of the time "Budge's Opera House".
"Prout's Opera House", the Alcazar and others were unvenlil-
aled houses of torture, rather than places of amusement. Cohen
put it: ". no audience but that composed of moles or ground-
hogs could sit out an entire performance without suffering as-
phyxiation."
To make life more comfortable, therefore i air-conditioning
firms take note), W. F. Miller hit on en ingenious plan. He ele-
vated the auditorium floor, filled tha underneath space with a
carload >f ice. rigged up a powerful electric fan, and it forced
cooled air up through the cracks in the floor.
Continues Cohen and I howled: ". thus by a slow-freeiing
process of the limbs of lhe audience, succeeded in rendering the
victims unconscious of the upper strata of heated air enveloping
their heads and bodies. And inasmuch as the crude pictures of
that period did not impel undivided attention, the audience passed
their lime enjoying the pleasing sensation of placing warm hands
upon ice-cold limbs."
Cohen set up shop in the Magic City on February 12th. 1696.
when nothing magic was in sight. He'd left in Lemon City his
dry-goods box of merchandise and a drummer's sample trunk.
After building a little wooden store, he went back to Lemon City.
to sail his things down And lhe rest is that magic tale of
pioneers who made good
PEOPLE:
To Al Budner: Wily sorry. Your notice to come dancing with
'riencis at the Temple Beth El. at the event sponsored by Tropical
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. reached this column too late for that week.
My deadline i> Monday morning, pal Al Too bad I sampled
n ne of Lewis Ster: in's buffet bus:ntss. too .
Out of the hospital is Btrr.:t Amster's wife Lisa Antonova
'Mrs. Martin Feir.man) returned from Manhattan as gratified as
we all expected. Her completed novel is in the hands of New
York publishers. It's a poignant, poetic account of life in Russia
and a fight for a fre"2 life hers.
SPOT ACTION has given Ira Gottfried a thrilling set of color-
: al sti k ai rack-up in the Sunday races. Ira says
got tired : Mini :.....nd happeni I I Imera
ghl th< pi nt w ere 1 ars were hurtling like death to
' as sp< tatoi gaspi d in h rr With
nde wife Julie an I n Kenny.
ts in thi "'.' ".'
: ; i ity shop fo Jul
J Hungai ian
STAG-STYLES:
- ... hirt worn ;:. ney Saun
;.-. frierds) are stitched u
' luir.n for a newspapei Leon Knken's
Leon ie's will bi i perhaps, in th ..ding
Ptei : Gilbert Maxwell's r.< novel, "The Long Pursuit", soon
! .:...
H nestly. I !,.-.'; mean to be offensive but this week, three'
1 I me pride that thej
~ '.: t that? So am I.
CELEBRITY:
Returned I Mi mi and i -rent guest at the Saxonv :s fumed'
': ;; tier ol those fabulous swimsuits and :-:oles. Mrs. Reid arrived especially for the Saks Fifth Ave.
showing of her real s. She's proba ly them I glamorous, beau-
.:tui que.-r. in erself,
PICK-UPS:
., : "..-table race is Max W. Singer.
Many o. us recall; nestr.ess and hard wi r dio panel'
Miss Roslyn Cohen
Cohen, Schaffer
Plan April Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen,
of 1732 SW 21st Terrace. Miami,
announce the engagement of their
'daughter. Roslyn, to Melvin
Schaffer. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schaffer, 1891 SW 3rd
Street.
The bride-elect is a former res-
ident of Richmond Hill. Long Is-
land, a graduate of the John
Adams High School and attended
'the American School of Ballet,
X' .. York City. She is also a
past recording secretary of Shar-
et Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
W men of Coral Gables.
A long t; I e resident of Miami,
Mr. Schaffer ;.-- a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
the University of Miami Law
S He is presently associat-
ed with the law firm* of Cush-
man, Gay ami Woodward. He
served four years with the Army
Air Force during World War II,
b.th in the States and overseas.
Mr. Schaffer is a member of
the Knights of Pythias. Greater
Miami Lodge No. 176. and of the
Dade County and Florida Bar As-
sociation.
Plans are being made for an
early April wedding.
Juliet Cap Trims Illus
Roberta Goodman In
Mr and Mrs. Charles Goodman,
of 4490 SW 3rd Street. Miami, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter. Roberta Lenore, to Ak-
iba Bernstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bernstein, 1400 SW
16th Street.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center last Saturday evening, the
bride wore a chant illy lace dress
with a cathedral train. Her full-
1 length illusion veil was capped by
a Juliet cover trimmed with or-
ange blossoms. She also carriea
a bouquet of white roses and
lily of the valley centered with
two white orchids.
Mi i ol honor was the bride's
aui t. Miss Helen Corn, of Brook-
lyn, New York, who wore a rose
taffeta dress trimmed with silver
sequined flowers and carried a
bouquet of yellow roses. The
newlywed Mrs. Bernstein's sis-
ter, Margie Goodman, was flower
girl in a blue nylon dress with
[lace inserts and a headpiece of
j pink rosebuds.
Leonard Adler was best man.
Albert Levy, Donald Garbett,
i Jack Raymond. Seymour Stroller,
lira Berger and Marvin Lewis
served as ushers. A dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony in the Cen-
ter.
I The couple will reside at 3925
West Flagler Street. They will
be at home on February 10th, af-
ter a honeymoon in Havana.
ion Veil Of Miss
Beach Ceremony
. ,T
D;j' V.
- ...
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer Serves Coffee
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
will be hostess at a coffee on
Tuesday. 10 a.m.. at her home, 20
Star Island. Miami Beach, prior
to the meeting of the Executive
I : ol the Miami Beach Wom-
en's Auxiliary to the Jewish
I Home for the Aged. Mrs. Jack
Udell, chairman of the Board,
will p: eside.
ml. -+- Mrs. Akiba Bernstein '

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Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-7796
CHIP ON MY SHOULDER DE-
HAHTMENT. The restricted character of the developing Elliott
Key. with those physicians cozily buying in. in a select colony .
The barrels of dollars pouring into the Moral Re-Armament crusade
with nobody indicating who's shilling for it .

urdtnes ,
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:e West ?a:m Eeach
Golden Age Group To
See Ostfeld Ballet
Mrs. Anna Levine, program
man of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Miami Branch, announces
tl at Bernard Ostfeld, ballet im-
presario, will present his Ostfeld
Ballet as the feature of the meet-
ing of the Golden Age Friendship
Club on Sunday afternoon, Feb-
ruary 3rd. 2 p.m.. at the Miami
Branch auditorium. 450 SW 16th
Avenue.
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FB1DAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1952
>**// fUrtUtr
Personally Speaking
y.:. end Mis. Muravchick. ol the Revlin Hotel, crre enter-
taining their unt- M*8- ^na Levine. Brooldyn. New York, at
L: their Miami Beach home.
* *
- Mr. and MVs. Sol R. Srole and their children. Billy cr.d Mas-
on, o: Silver Springs. Maryland, are visiting Mrs. Sroie's :>ar-
enis. Mr. end Mrs. Louis Zeientz. of 337 NE 28th Streev M.anii.
* *
Mr* Miriam Press, of 911 3rd Street. Miami Beech, is en-
tertcir.mg her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jceeph
- lant; Montreal. Canada.
-* -*
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Pallot. of 1C45 Lenox Avenue V..z~.
.Jsach, announce the birth of their son. Steven Craic. zz- .':.--
-jv 21st. at the St. Francis HospitaL
* *
5V Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larich. of New Yoric City, -k.J. spezd
j)j-r vacation here during the coming month. Trey are vj.-j.:
z: the Shcremede Hotel.
**-*
3any Leflcowix Jewish composer and owner a: _-.- v?;:
Music Company. New York City, is visiting his sister in-la /
Mis. Ida Nelkin. oi Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Giller are visiting Mr. G-ler s rxrr
t-:s. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller. oi 1220 Pennsyhrcnjc ATe~.e
Miami Beach. They were married in London. Fr.q'.z-*d. las?
January 2"th. The newlywec Mrs. Giller is ihe iorraer .'Ls ruth
Brcdlaw daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B:adl -* *
I-:era;ning her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. clc *'.". Gordon, of New Hcven. Connecticut, is Mrs. Anna Gar
dor. -c45 Je3erscn Avenue. Miami Beech. Tze Gcraccs a~e
ie:r.-.\v :e:arned ircm a vaccticr. cr.p :z r.e:~: ?aoc :;.: w_
It ::: tfrea way :c New Haver., shcnly.
*
M-. cr.d Mrs. Maurice Corenil.m ci 4C4 S'.V II>_ E-ree-
G: :-r:c and Ivan Chariestcr. Ecu'-- Carc.aa. Als-c c-eaic er.
e:- r.ea s Mrs. CcrenJclu s rr.c.-.e- Mrs Sam Sr.ed*l ;: Ve-*
Li*c."..s, cu.s.ana.
* *
v:. a Mrs V. 11 Cle.a c: 1 = I S'.V 4v. See*- are M
.:.-.-- Mrs. Cle.ns sister and nra-taer.nlz-k Mr. :z: Mn
-**
":rr4ces N. ?.an_- c: -he ?'a-al_s H:-e'. "aas rs r.er mesj
ie: frzfYjfol. A. Gooclrnar. c: Sprjgnelc Massacaasers.
-*
- Frrrrec Vyr-: resident ? tpencLnr several weeks here vscctic-n-ivg hem "hea acme a:
rcr.ee? Voice Mr. and Mrs. ?-.ll:n Venet. scn-ai-la^ ::.:
-cucater oi the Gelberts. also iormer Miarnaans nave caiec
therr. -cce'der w-/_r; -hea ycaag sea. The Vene*^ are new res.c
..-.c :n Texas. Mrs. Geibert was tormeriy coanecec w-.-a. "e
Jev.-^- s.zrr.xm.
* *
:'.: sad Mrs. Verne Freeland. ot 1425 SW IS- Sate-
cr.r.cunce the birth oi tberr son. Robert HusseL whe rrr.-ec a
-*c;c.-i Hcspix:! last week. Ma:eraa. rraarparea-j or? ?'_-
-:.- .''..- 1-larry Safer.
Scrmrd G, Lrr.bc.1 sen ot Mr and Mrs- '-esccne lnahc_ ::
'.-'- Y-l -Z.Z Avenue Miami, -was amcar -ie fare sr.c^r.i: :ea
.'.-; ...liea :cr aie E-a S^grac ?s. rlcacrar-. Lecaersd_n Socierr
c: Emery Vr_vers;ry Alar.:a Gecrr.r }laaca_ -= : =.cca:caare
in tea y.-. oiecicci schocl there.
*
Hcv.ard S Oaam c: ahe Brcai Ne-w York. ^
cc-'5 ..T.-e *-.-_-. r.^ arar.dmc--.e.- .''_-= ? raae. :
fcnrsiy ;: 1533 SW ?r^ Streev M-ana. G"_nn
fcc- tie Sc.ence Hiah Scnacl :c: *_1 enter H-rrir CcCeoe
ec:.-..
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?.::;. Ichraim Ea^*..-. "a.e: ?:;:. :: Chjccrc ra; Mrs
Epste_- c:e a.esas a-\-.e Tides h:. M_am. "

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*Jewistncrldiari_
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY li;i95a
Twenty-Eight B'nai B'rith Groups To *&*%%?
Sponsor Joint All Day Purim Affair
Twenty-eight B'nai B nth jcrvjs, Anne Singer and Lorraine
groups in Greater Miami com-1 AiDert.
prising the total B'nai B'rith fam-
ily
Jewish
of men's lodges, women s.
vounu adult and youth chapters
are preparing to participate in
an all dav Purim Carnival. Sun-
day, March 16th. at the Beach
Brarch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
The event will mark the first
time in Florida that the total
membership of over 3.500 adults ~ -
sues? a/ars u SgsugJSfe.
nature Previously, the adult .collect money for the Mann oi
lodges and women's chapters Dimes yesterday.
hSfe together sponsored point WmJ^^nth*** U-
The next meeting of the Co-
ordinating Committee will lie
held on Tuesday. February 12th
8:15 p.m.. at the Miami Branch
of the Greater Miami
Community Center.
Junior Hadasaah
Collects Dimes
projects, with youth groups spon-
soring their own.
The main purpose of this af-
fair." according to Ted Sakowitz,
chairman, "is to involve the Jew-
ish community in celebrating a
joyous holiday that is a reminder
of' a period when Jews of a fore-
gone era combated tyranny and
oppression in a concerted effort.
With democracv being threatened
today, the holiday gives us an
opportunity t<> recall the part
Jews have played the world over
in maintaining the democratic
way of life."
volunteers,
lectiors, a social dessert and eoi-
fec was tendered at the Trocadcro
Restaurant. Chairman Miss Clara
Wolowitz and co-chairman Miss
Execution Of Iraqui Jews Stirs Storm
Of Protest; Probe Secrecy Barriers
A ^hicffiuded*te^t2
Leetare Series
Kneseth Israel Congregation
have ; 0f "espionage
been guided hack to adjustment (,V(.n the murders of a youtt
through psychotherapeUtlC treat- hoS(, ,.st .,nd ,;is, ranics iron,
ment and a unique religious ap- u eant -peace, but wh
preach to emotional problems. W, ros1 n,y ,n death, youn.
ho
proach to emotions ''"'",-p found rest on.y in. mmu, ,-
The first lecture is called The sh.,,om shairh Shalom and his
Poor Millionaire and will be new voUtniU) companion l
tonight. 8:30 p.m.
'youthful companion in the long
sleep, Yusef Bam. were insuffi-
cient in themselves to allow a
Uoth David PTA ,full telling of the efforts, some of
IK in ""? -,._! them torn from the pages of a
Hears Musie alK novel thriller, by Jewish groups
David PTA will hold ln ,ne US and elsewhere in <
The Beth
Helene Kelman presided over so-.inem n Monday, brave fight which ended in vie-
rial singing and dancing
Senator Gautier
Vies For State
Senatorial Post
February 4th, 8:30 p.m.. at the tlv for death.
Beth David Synagogue. Tor) leaders contacted bv the
the fore of the fight on the Amor
ican front were the Ameri
Jewish Committee, the Amorg
Jewish Congress and the Jtw
Agency for Palestine. **
Here is the role each played
It caii now be revealed that
Jacob Blaustein. president of Z
American Jewish Commit^
held two separate discussion
with President Truman in which
he pleaded for US intervention
the ease. '
One of the immediate maior
stumbling blocks encountered in
battling for the condemned W,-
10,000 miles away was an ob\-iot.s
lack of details. US officials E
others wanted more facts. JJr
specialists assigned to the case
found themselves mnrrrer.tahiv
stumped. Even -the American
Arab press offered only the flim.
siest of details.
The youths, acfl$rdir-g b?%
M
iriam Donnerstag will give a A:i erican Jewish Press expressed ilraq authorities. wto chargn
demonstrated lecture on Jcwisn understandable fear less any ser- ; with possessing hidden ai
ms, be-
State Senator R. B. (Bunn)jtalk. ^______
iGautier, Jr.. announced last week ___i___
A me-.ting of the Coordinating Jtha, (, would bc a candidate for Captain Lan bmoKes
raqi------
for Israel. '
This much, however, can be
told of a tale which when some identified the Jews as being-re-
folded will rank fav- sponsible for the act
Service. Needk-jjts to sa* An.
ican officials-on tne*cffle Mftr
Chapter; Mrs. Irving Stemmei- WM instrumental in the passage
man, Coral Gables Women s of a ]aw tnat created the Greater
Chapter; Miss Sylda Botwin, jjiami pOIt Authority which in
Sharet Chapter. BBYW; Leo i ,945 was amcncied and is now
Steinman, Forth Shore Lodge; known as the rjace County Port
and Bernard Ludwig, Miami | Authority. When the legislative
AZA No. 332. session adjourned. Senator Gau-
The committee will develop the : mediately entered the
evening's entertainment includ- jNavy as a naval pilot and served
:ng the selection of a Queen Es- during the war for two and a half
thi :. The c im i itti e in cl arge oi y, .
the afternoon activities is headed in io4o'. he was re-elected to
Miss Rema Jackson, Clara the Hems, of Representatives to
h Landau Chapter. The Fi- ..:v. in thi 1947 session of the
8th Street.
Captain Dan also maintains
fisheries at Union Pier. Michigan,
and shipments are flown here
daily of fresh Lake Michigan
chubs and carp, which are then
smol
tai
3-7204.
police authorities tortured one of
the defendants to extract a "eon-
fession" which he later courag-
eously repudiated in an open
court! T<> Jewish leaders follow-
Lee Ruwiteh Speaks
To Sholom Lodge
and there risk of death -was en-
changed for the jingle of com to
procure a true picture of whit
had really transpired at the
"trials."
In all of the pleadings, prottsi
and anguish which fujlowei
never did the Iraqui authoritiei
ernment of Iraq would invoke the cither here or at home factual-
death penalty stunned even the i ly disprove these damning factl
I less optimistic of the Jewish lead- i uncovered bv AJC agents:
ers abroad. The creation by the Iraquis
Three Jewish indies on the a special court to hear the can
SaTffiftlSraSS? taf.th- soiled ^ghdad trials.
tain Dan may be reached at ^g^JgtSfcZZ
cl ir-

islati n tl I ';i'" '. gjEf
" Alan I isTnci
al C rdi ati
Wi .. Mrs. I: 1948, Si n I Ga itii r
in I Florida
. Lenny C i k. Mis B< I in, Senal term of four yi
Miss Doris Kleii ". D thi 1949 session, he,
Simmons, Mi Shirley Jong with his legislative col-
. Don Lichtenstein, leagues in the House of Repre-
Ler.ny Schwartz, Joe Block, Ed sentatives, were voted as the
Mincer Vies To
Succeed Self
Finkelstein. Marcia Karesh, Bar-
ara Peai I, Barl n. I iardner,
Pepi Granat, Joan Gould, Marcia
Seek Dwelling
Units For
Displaced Persons
"Although the last visas giv
to displaced pi rsons in occupied
ai as were issued on Decembei
31st. arrivals of New Americans
in the United States and in Mi-
ami continue to be heavy." Al-
bert Comar.or, executive direc
Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau (Greater Miami, announced
diiei tive '.his week,
Glenn C. Mincer, state Attor-
ney for Dade County, qualified
ol State in
,3[ ** s^* Once uncovered, these fact
pj a I C4"#A* -ere rushed to the State Depart'
riVOTO! >TaTe iment, to non-Jewish national of
Israel will be t e focus of In- gfnizations, to humanil
ternati. tl nl in in 1952. it !'1('.,!l's and others. Th;
was predicted by Bartley C. Crum 1,,ud ;,nd vigorous prol
in an address delivered before
the Trades Division in behalf of
the 1952 Coml ini d Jewish Ap-
peal last Thursday.
Some 200 leaders of business
live four-man delega-
tion during thai session. It waslvvith the SecreTary
in the 1949 session that Senator Tallahassee, las! week to succeed land industry "helfd" the attorney
Gautiei iso instrumental in himself for a four-year term. and author t.-11 of the historic
Miner said he would announce position occupied by the State of
many parts of the nation.
While the Committee spoM
men conferred with Wa*BB{i!
officials, other Jewish uiid M-
Jewish contacts. the*e "' *'
American Jewish Congress, oper-
ated in London and Paris in I
feverish drive to rescue the trap
there is planned a Medic.d School
to be open,ted by the University
ol Mi.
Among some of the other laws
that Senatoi Gautier was instru-
mental were
crea-
Po'nting out that the Bureau Criminal Investigation
Bureau in the
' .' :-"."' ment, nd the B

for I
. ison. "At
present til threi fi
-
I the con
in provi al ,
family h
late Franklin D. Roosevelt and
ol President Truman, has made
I i i parate trips to Israel and
has, foi five years, endeavored
audiences of the un-
to the Florida Bar in 1925.
He represented Dade County ir
the 1935 Florida Legislature and
erved a Assistant County
;;;;. f the newstate iK-glob-
Govi .: c Iwell
Education Bureau
Issues Bulletin
in i:i! i, to pired i
' mli y Milledge, elevated to
tl Dade Cii t i
at that 1
to a I n 1948
the struggle.
A virtual press blackout aen
panied these and other effort*-
When, for instance, the AJ
ican Jewish Press service tl
months ago and with::, hnuisl
the verdict queried high JOT
and Israeli officials in the
frame-up, it was I
e
! :: h. the Army of Is-
trong", hi said. "It is .
Army ol Turkey, that th matter was one of ufl
Middle Eastern most delicacy, that any naH
1 But Israel must open proti st by Amei I
Illicit l*'l<'!S
Tu Bisl i val Bulletin
the
Seoks Ho-ii,, lion
F
:i adi
nai
loi the sup- might pi 'v fatal I
A y", he declared, who en hui u in l
1 thei that there is anct .
the Middli E I but
ti Crun eliev-
' the problem
ilies. Comanor's directive con-
tinued. Such allotments are in-
sufficient in scope to fill the a-
munt needed adequately to
house the New Americans. While
it is anticipated that mass immi-
gration under the Displaced Per-
sons Law will end within a few
months, Jewish displaced persons
will continue to migrate to the
United States at an estimated
rate of 8.500 for the year of 1952.
Comanor's directive aims at at-
taining the aid of local landlords
for the purpose of placing family
ur.its still unhoused.
It also Includes legends ol
holiday, material on the J(
the tivitii i ., ;,
chairman oi th- i
.He as een tereTinX'10 "" !' '
A special feature of the Bul-
letin this year is a digest of news
ot schools. A supplement has also
been added describing the 35 di-
oramas at the Israel Cavalcade.
The Bulletin is available at the
office of the Bureau to all Jewish
teachers and club workers.
resident ol the county since
898, Peters was a farmei until
iMi!4, when he was elected countv
commissioner. After a period in
the real estate business he was
elected to the county commission
?&In 1940' and ,1US s<-'' vi eon-
tinually since. He has been ehair-
nis? th. 'I16 ''"'nn 'ssl,,n for thl'
past three years.
- agai
inroa I: oi Com i unism"'
Mr. Cum urged the Greater
Miami community to support the
Combined Jewish App.al to aid
n the relief and resettlement of
the immigrants in Israel, and in
other Moslem countries. "With-
out this direct aid. there would
be starvation and death," he said.
Israeli correspond! ni- *:
I'S. it ca:i now ih-loSSJ
also urged to can ,VP'*
cussion of efforts benU
for the youths on the Anw
i ene in cabled reports to
pam is m the Jewish State.
Tl extreme cautiousness t
pr mpti I I v a '::npV h'rakr
need students ol A'aJJ
tions, judging from P851..^
were convinced that anyjl
ous widespread public pn' ,
the hanging would be u-
fanatic Iraq elements as p
ganda peg upon which i
that world Jewish P'-'-^j,,,
being brought to bear^m 1
fort to thwart Arab ju' ,
Under these '.uu^J
some Jewish leaders bel>e^|
Iraqui leaders would be iJ
cam out the death sem -a
which they did anywa>-
final summing-upf |
iously disturbances on 3^,
front already seething
ternal uneasiness.


rmbAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1952
CjipiHcl&bt Ceremony Unites Miss Faith
[jsensteinTo Pfc. Mar-tin Gershon Here
*Jgg&mt+m
t*v
PAGE 9 A
A candlelight double ,
mony united in marriage Faith '
>7amF,sensteln' daughter of Mr
and Pfc. Martin Gershon, son of '
WnH cBeSS'.e Gershn- 1895 SW
22nd Street. Miami, at the Miam.
B,v 9n^eW'sh Center last Janu-
ary 20th.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ed.
The bride wore a white tulle
over taffeta cocktail-length gown
with roses scattered over the
skirt. Her shoulder-length illus-
ion veil was attached to a cor-
onet of tulle and lillies of the
valley. Maid of honor was Gloria
Eisenstein. Harold Solomon was
best man.
The newlywed Mrs. Gershon
graduated from the Teaneck High
School, Teaneck. New Jersey The
whok.Tfn behalf fe-'U"-' i f ErtlS* humanitarian. Mr.. Martha Sharp Center).
comrnittM A.rlL of Confined Jewish Appeal rnUy. Shown in photo fleft to right) is the
*S2ZZ&?&Ltt22* *lf",r: K M^'m" Su"kind" C Chaikin. Sh'.ro. Bess
.Mrs. Martin Gershon
Hialeah Wom.n Ha* band Night
groom attended'The'crtVdel'and hp^M^',%AUXila70f^Hia"ithe Pro*ra HU include a talk
eraduated fmm r%L^ and ,eah-M,an SP^ngs Jewish Com-1 by Dr. Seymour Blumenthal,
graduated from Charleston Higr. ; mur.ity Center will hold a bus-! Mrs. Irene Becker, chairman an-
|iness and social meeting on Mon- inounced. Formerly of the Guid- |
The couple will honeymoon in'dav evening February 4th ata-Tni??-** Staff of the University of ; tiques Show ar.d Sale will be
lorida and make their residence n m Mlami0anl Recently appointed ; held from February 7th through
_ .orjvmc p.m. (Court Pv-hf.lf,aic4 i K f;*.. : lnih 11 = r*. r. in n ;_ .u.
Zonta Club Has
Antiques Show
Miami's eighth annual An-
ArdmureSiudii.H in Columbus. Georgia.
| .lasoii Lesser To
Be Bar Mitzvah
Mr. r.nd Mrs Joseph Lesser, of
7118 Byron Avenue. Miami
IBeach, announce the Bar Mitz-
I vah of their son. Jason, which
[will take place tomorrow morn-
ling, 9 ajn., at the Ahavas Israel
[Synagogue.
T e Bar Mitzvah is a 7th grade
[student at the Nautilus Junior
iHigh School He received his re- '
lligiou? instruction at the Ahavas
Israel Hebrew School and will
continue his studies there.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate '
during the ceremony. A Kiddush
Iwill follow. A reception will be
Iheld in the Bar Mitzvah's honor ,
Buring the day at the home of his
parenl
' -vn guests will include
Irs. Louis Perlin. Rich-
mond. Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Zweibel, West Orange. New
J Kate Wmtield, Irv-
f N*i '. Jersey: Mr. and Mrs.
in. New York City;
pi Mrs. D. Ducoff. Lake
>Tew York: Mrs. Gladys
vingl in. New Jersey;
F Jack Seidel. Nan-
f Massachusetts; Mr.
I Irving Farber, Takoma.
f M id Mrs. Robert
P Berkeley, California:
1 Mrs. Norman Rosen-
|r-al. Martinez, California.
Designated as Husband Night,
Court Psychologist to the City of: 10th. 11 a.m.. to 10 p.m., in the
Miami Beach, Dr. Blumenthal Bayfront Auditorium, it was an-
will answer questions stimulated jnounced this week by Mrs. Ethel
by the showing of a film en- Boedy, of Cleveland. Ohio, direc-
.wing ,
titled. Mental Health.
tor.
Sponsored by the Zonta Club
of Greater Miami, an interna-
tional women's service club, pro-
ceeds from the event will go to
a service fur.d for scholarships
which will aid "student nurses
| and business course students.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kassin, of 1136 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami
Beach will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary on Feb-
ruary 10th, at a reception in the horr..- of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L.
Katx. 5790 North Bay Road. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth
Sholom. will bless the couple during the re-enacting of their wed-
ding ceremony which took place on February 10th. 1902. Mr. and 0I. New York, who made specia
Mrs. Kassin mo.>d here from Long Island four years ago. They trips here, were among those
hare four children: Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kassin. of South Orange. Present.
Hammers Denate
ToraIi To Wes l
i Miami Center
; o'kj uusijkm course stuaents.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hammer. Funds will also be used for fi-
of 4320 SW 5th Terrace, Miami, nancial aid in Methodist homes
duna^fd.th.e f,rst Safer Torah to land for the Communitv Chest,
the West Miami Jewish Center in Specia! features of the Show will
I a ntual ceremony last Sunday i include a Parade of Southe-n
I night. Belles on February 9th. ar.d short
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of the : lectures on antiques on February
Miami Beach Jewish Center, a*. 110th
;sisted Rabbi Alfred Waxman. President of the Greater Mi-
spiritual leader of the West Mi- ami Zonta Club Alice Kahl hai
' ami Center, and was guest speak- indicated that her chairmen in-
er. He subsequently led the tra- dude Mrs. Martha Lurr.rr.us ar.d
ditional Siyum precession around I Miss Georgia Wells Antiques
t the Center's grounds, with I *; Mrs. Err..:.- Vande- Or -
assemblage following. en. Special Features: Mrs. Les-
Mayor Pete Palermo then de- k* B r I Miss Ali Melver,
! livered a short address. Rela- Tickets a.-.d Ticket L-
tives of the Hammers. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jea n. Finance Mi
Mrs. Jacob Lanski. of Chicago. Elisa md
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Khngmen. Mrs. Velraa Olsen. Printing.
------------ ---- *-u*. wvi *^aoa*ti, *Ji iJUUin WXail^V,
New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kassin of Millborn, New Jersey:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koenig. of New York: and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cole, of Teaneck. New Jersey. They also hava nine grandchildren.
New Americans Balkin Makes
Feted At National "'* Ronds
- ., .. Gilbert J Balkin, director. ,
Council Reception 5s*d* rwi off.ee. Ant, g^j Reo^
Defamation League. B nai B nth. J
Viddi^her Forum
lli'.-irs Steinbaum
I. Steinbaum will
fore Der Yiddisher
appea.
Foru r.
Sadler's Wells Ballet
Performs Coppelia
deca : A ...
fui:-: ....
Leo Delibes' ballet, Coppel
Restaged N a it Val ..-
ihirah Skop To
UM .?IIIZ%ail Mrs Juliet N. Oshlag. presi- will visit a number of Florida
nnan Skop. daugr.ter dent of the Miami Section. Xa- communities next week
P Kabbi and Mrs. Morris A. tional Council of Jewish Woman. 0n Tniiv r.h,..v ^,k d,i
( 423 Palermo Avenue. announces a reception for stud- k n J,n ^dr, 7hl' T -Bai"
'' Bas Mitzvah at ents of the English classes in the ?'". *lU, jSS-n^e JftUu" ^
' ( GhlK lo-Mch nn.0r:nCU..rmm^irrf'^,..i,.D_____|Lo..en Lodge. Bnai B nth. S'.
morrow evening. 8:30 p.m. in the v.- A -
rence Room of the Gr tei :. Loudon S C .Dpei.a
M:s Federation. 4J rmed b)
Ballet at 1
.ect of his address will be: Dade County Aud
Tre Jubilee Of Three Hjndred Februar>" 13th through 15th, and
Years Of Jewish Life In Amen- on Fe 16th. matinee and
ca. F'. many years. Steinman evening, at the Miami Beacr.
baa been an educator and teach- Auditorium.
written papers on Coppelia is one of
s based on the theme of
coming to life. In
the Sadler's Wells
I mv"'."^T";r '- '"- *ne purpose oi tne reception speak before a combined meeting ~"^ "*'"' v*6 ^""'"- srm. Lta.. American impresario
v a lemj and is an Honor will be to give students an op- of the Bnai Bnth Lodge aid Since fi 2?^*?* =' the oe" s Hurok present the British
1----------- portun.ty of inspecting the class- Women s Chapter in Jackson- S?^*^' De^ml?L Der Y:d" company under the direct,,-
t T^,^ -in imM rooms and becoming acquainted ville disher Forum has ceen meeting f 1 "' "
-------- with the rew building A ,w w weekly in the C -ference Room Mrr" De Va!ois Included ir
Xew Americans w II"be greeted B^n'wuKto^t Tkl^aS ?* E" 2^21^ F:fleld- L
by their teachers Mrs. Joefselov fSoriando, tor VsnfeSSS^^h j &-fSSSSS' 'rhe ^ ^ff ^"^' "
i supervisor of the classes, as well educators, public officials and {- :"-senJ onlv'a S ia M,ller' Mar> '" Line Sheila
as a teacher. Mrs. Norman Glov- citizens groups concerning prob- "activiueT sponsored O'Reilly. Stella Claire. D
:S::_.h!?rm4,n Slov_e.r..an.d_5l,.cha.el lems of human relations in Flor- bv tke;"YTvo Commf^f of Poole. Donald Bntton. P.;
m
-*
Mitt Shirah Skop
mL^l Pon,ce dt Le^ Jun"
She will assist
the Friday Service
1 ,>8t-. and address the
I n "> Heb:.
f Woman
\ ihip. Her par-
1 at the Oneg
1 Wing, on the Center
5' fe Saturday Service.
< 45 a.m.. the
*-ll interpret the
Ian. 8S of Mt* and De-
Mirell. On the program to ex-
tend greetings will also be Louis
Schwartzman. director of the ,
j Board of Jewish Education, and ]
Council members, the Mesdamea
Joseph Duntov. Stanley C Myers.
Juliet N. Oshlag and Ruben I
: Rochind.
Subject of the group's Febru-
jary 6th Social Welfare Meeting
1 will be concerned with mental
' health. The monthly meeting will
1 be held at 1:30 p.m.", at the Shore
iClub Hotel. A film entitled An-
Igry Boy will be shown.
Chairmen of the Social Welfare |
Committee, the Mesdames V*-
thaniel Levin and Nat L. Wil ,
liams. plan a forum moderated i
by M H Straussberg. education I
director of Temple Beth Sholom.
Dr Jess Spirer. director of the
Child Guidance Clinic of the Uni-
versity of Mian.i. will be pres-
ent to answer question- from the
nee.
Ida.
Greater Miami.
Trecu and Stanley Holden.
Brewer .Seeks
Legislature Seat
Gray brewer, of 525 XE 51st
Miami, announced today
that he will be a candidate for the
Dr. Hrr C Carrer. laft Profeaaor of Mathematics, presents The Chicaoo Tribune Silver Award
to William E- Pullulh. canter, a Junior at the Uniwrsity of Michigan, for his outstanding achieve-
ment in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, as David Noble Leslie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
State^'l.!^nslatur<'-"m the Reoub- ,' Sol Leslie, of 3114 Prairie Avenue. Miami Baach. looks on. Leslie was awarded tfc. Senior Gold
h an nnmar, and that he will Medal Award for distinguished achievement and leadership. In his last year, he at!
runintoup 2 I est lank of Cadet Colonel. Leslie has sines received his commission in the USAF.
attained the high-


I
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1952 a
PAGE 10 A
TT7.
- Vrdmore Studios
Shale, son of Mrs. Edythe Kre-
pack, will become Bar Mili-
vah tomorrow morning. 9 a.m..
in the Miami Bjach Jewish
Center, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. A Kid-
dush reception will follow in
the Center Dining Room. Shale
attends the Ida Fisher Junior
High School and the Center
Religious School.______________
Miami Architects
Register With Board
Three Greater Miamiar.s were
list) d as new registr; ts M
k- :-'. ille by the stal
if archicteure.
They im
: Gabl< s Tl
: .. ni Beach, ar C
;'
...:.-- Charles S S>
nonds. Thomas J. M ':'
s R. Woll
I! : Mi;
. Mvr..n
Sidney Harold, son of Mr. ard
Mrs. Herman J. Ehrens. Jl
2526 SW 15th Street. Miami,
recently became Bar Mitivah
at the Israelite Cen.-r. witn
Rabbi Abraham Sachs officiat-
ing. A reception followed the
ceremony. The Bar Mitivah is
a student at the Miami Junior
High School.
Beach Masada Plans
Sweetheart Dance
Miami Beoeh Masada. Yuung
isi District, will present :t>
ir .. i ':- Fri la; e\
Oneg SI i at. I mig t, 9 I
Beth Shi
A pi am I '''' ''-"''
... Ok n the sub ect. A
M :. Mystic. '. .:::. '
Masa -
ttee also -;
Alan, son of Mrs. Faye Gould,
will become Bar Mitivah to-
morrow morning. 9 a-"1" J"
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
te- Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. A dinner reception is
scheduled to follow at the Del-
ano Hotel. The Bar Mitivah is
a 6th grade student at thj Cen-
ter Hebrew School and in the
8th grade at the Ida Fisher
Junior High School.__________
KWiow lira ha in
Greene's Novel
The Tuesday Review, a cull iral
project sp y 'he Greater
Miami Hadassah, will present
Mrs 1 M Weinstt in in a discus-
si n ... Ei velist G
,.-,. Th End Of The Af-
iii M S 11- Leslie, chairman,
d this week.
Mrs. Weinstein will appi a
ften February 5th.
I 15 p.m.. at Ten pie Both Sholom.
Benjamin Kline,
Friedland Assume
Sfcsifosrne Lease
' : :;"":"1'l'l,:'nt
I pen-
. the
Iln-
> the
announcement
8i,fKd w?r.
s rve as presi-
dent ana man-
igina director
,',[ "the title
and property
thereon", and
thai he will be
assisted by
Jack Mullikin,
Sr.. manager,
who has been
with the hotel
since 1945. and
Kline in resort busi-
ness [or the p..st 24 yean.
Immediately assuming his new
position, Kline explained that he
would make no major changes
in persor nel but that an exten-
sive expansion program would
soon be embarked upon. Long
associated with Food Fair Super
Markets in an executive capacity,
Kline is a World War I veteran.
For the past 16 years, he has re-
sided in Baltimore, where he was
in business. H has been an ot-
llrarli Branch
Gives -AMI"*
< The Beach Branch of the Great-
Miami Jewish Community
: will hold an exhibit of
Driftwood Lamps made by the
Bi ii Branch's Woodworking
ss
1: Exhi it will be held on
. January 21st. 8 p.m.
eets on Thursdays at
'. 7:30. Instructor is Mel Shrago.
The Shelbome
ficer of the Elks, Moose, Masons.
Shriners and the Suburban and
Phoenix Clubs.
Currently, Mr. and Mrs, Kline
plan permanent residence in Mi-
ami Beach, where they will oc-
cupy a penthouse suite at the
Shelbome. Retiring manager
Milton Chapman has sold his in-
terests in the hotel and has, as
yet. not indicated what his im-
mediate plans involved.
The Shelbome Hotel. 14 stories
high including penthouse and 152
rooms, was erected in 1940. arid
designed bv lgr Polevitsky and
T. Trip Russell.
Young K's_Have Dance
\
Israel Cot
B will
for your g s
Synagogue i -
if F'i ruar\ It
Saul Rabiro. Hollywood. Cal-
ifornia, artist recently return-
ed from Israel where, impress-
ed by the Jewish state's re-
birth, he painted many pic-
tures of commercial, historic
and intellectual activity. Ra-
bino's work has been compared
to Daumier and Kollewiti. An
exhibition of his oil paintings
is currently being planned in
Miami Beach. Many of them
were recently purchased by the
Library of Congress in Wash-
ington. D.C. He may be reach-
ed at 58-5820.
An
erieasBcst in FlavorTests!
The flavor of Star-Kist Tuna is the best of
all according to certified taste-tests among
thousands of homemakers and food experts
from coast-to-coast. In fact, Star-Kist Tuna
wins 3 to 1 over*all other nationally-adver-
tised hrar.::-
ir$ ECONOMICAll You can't buy BETTER
at any price. Star-Kist is your best buy in antf
protein food.
ITS NUTRITIOUS! Exclusive processing gives
you superb flavor.. .America's favorite..-
plus an abundance of vitamins and minerals.
I3TJAB
I

Robbi Myer Zimmsrrr.3^, cf
Toronto. Canada, is vacation-
at the Parksida Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Zirrmjrman.
a noted c3nfor composer schol-
ar ard speakr. plans a lengthy
stay in the city.


FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1952
+Jmta$itk>r*m*i
iovernor Warren Appoints Harold Turk
fo Fill Vacancy On County Commission
PAGE 11 A
,ued /fom Page I A)
nih filling the existing va-
' I Be the appointment
who recently has been
to public oflne by the
: Miami Beach.
: uly. I have appointed
n II irold Turk, who
irted in 1949. to the
Beach c'{>' council by the
i number of votes i
r any candidate for that
Turk, cince rns appointment,
. .,heady.qualified for the com-
. "v'nnd will be a candi-
|;,'h fur a full fp,ur year term in
MaJ iM'i'"'iry- Although only
i.-ar* 'f'age,jfutk has already
"'t a very enviable rec-
s iaiS1f in professional,
c<"fcfQtMUi>, and political
a prnnSinent Dade
steading the law
id Newman. He
.ith many
nd drives.
. either head-
the Com-
of Dimes,
iration, Red
srs.
served for over 14
B'nai B'rith and has held
th( club Nautico Internacjonal
of Cuba: Honor Member of the
Union Democratica IrU-ramen-
cana of Lima. Peru.
He has served as citv council-1
man ,,f the City ol Miami Beach i
for a term of two years and .
1949. was n -elected, receiving
the highest number of vote* ,'
any candidate in the City of Mi- i
ami Beach either before",
then, and was selected to serve
as Mayor. He has been acclaim-
ed as outstanding mavor ever to
serve the City of Miami Beach
and is well known in many parts
of the United States where he"
has travelled to speak and to ap-
pear on radio and television pro-
grams on behalf of the City of
Miami Beach.
During 1950, he was selected as
one of the 5 outstanding men in
the State of Florida by the Jur.-
ior Chamber of Commerce.
HollandLists-
Candidacy For
Spring Primary
i *? Senator Spessard L Hol-
Irtuall every position in the !and announced last week he will
,1 sholem Lodge as well as f a candidate for reelection in
.: v positions in the State and 'tne Spring primaries.
"I am
on^l" f heRJtrttteSo rMOn 4Uf,t-J-1952 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign, meet for lunch
MwMHtafcL 4a^,-rt,R,awfant,, i,,cV" PIic^ ShowP. left to right, are 'left row) Herbert
far Kamen FrnT"ei M-^aChtaJ1'LU Ttnber" A1 Sherman. Aaron Weinkle. George Chertkof. Mur.
Jack FUhman iUl<*l?r and Ayxon Kanner. Right row are Heft to right) Jerome Adalman.
jaca r ishman._Sarnuel_Friedland. Joseph Stein ant Leonard Glasser.
Obituaries
MI:- ;lu ZWEKiEL
s I van la A v.
ed away on 'h~ j.;nl A ret dent f..r
. year-. Mn Ewelgel came 'r..rn Ok-
lahoma City where the remalni have
'T1'" Memorial
Chap* !. Mil |..,, ...
an-l t. trial Bhi rived by a
Mtar, Mrs An;, t
Beach
Hear Review Off
Dr. I Hierinan's
Work On I almuH
The local labor Zionist organ-
izations consisting of the Bialik
Branch and the Ben Gurion
Branch of the Far'oand-Labor
Zionist Order, the Women Pion-
MRB QBRDA wkii.i. eers and the Poalei Zion, will
bVtor 11 year "' Sn'iE ZiSS* lhonor Dr- ,saac Unterman at a
-i awaVVr'"..^n".^:! testimonial on Wednesday. Feb-
ins her husband Kurt, hei father.
Oils, Haas an Peter -!i of Miami Beach Bern -
>re condti .-! ;n Riverside Memor-
'' I: Rabbi
Irvin* l>-hrrrian Interment -.k lilac*
In Mt. Nel ien
strut and now serves as the : "'I am humbly grateful to the
: Hdlel Commander of the People of Florida for the high
Ih District He is now also serv- j honor of representing them in
fc r.airman 'of the current itne United States1 Senate;' Hol-
pipital funds drive to help build I'arid declared, adding,that he had
Hillel Rouse "St the Uni-tr'ed faithfully to'represent the
Miami. viewpoint of the Florida people.
'icv(*ed much of his "At all times I have placed first
ports 'luring tr.e past 10 years me welfare of the general public. > l Sew rra -h re-
inti irh work bv serving on rather than the demands of nres- A" "' A v 'k f''-' ,
eExi ,r.ve Coirntiittee the ,s"re groups, and have endeavor- -
li ation League, and for
| aL Chairman of the local j
Round Table of the Na-
[inal Conference of Christians
ill. Las beer, associat-
with almost every movement
i effort in the local area and j
state to bring about better
kdersl ndtng and better inter-
Ith relations.
Turk is a memhpr of the Elks,
pnist Organizatfcr, Odd Fel-
ange Club, and 52 As-
n He is a member of
fngn-ations Beth Jacob and
T: lah, of the Miami Beach
ish Center and of Temple
i Sholem. He is also a mem-
"f the Board of Trustees of
Center and a mem-
Board of Directors of
('."ater Miami Jewish Fed-
Ition.
Turk has been very active in
pr'motion of good will
ut South America. As
nt.ute to his performance as
i a .11 emissary from this area.
Casting For Corwin
Play Continues
Casting for the Beach Branch
Dramatic Group's production of
Mary And The Fairy, by Norman
Corwin, will continue, it was an-
nounced this week by Julius
Samuels, executive director. Mi-
ami Beach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
ruarv 6th. 3:30 p.m., at trie Park \ Members of the community
Central Hotel. who wish to participate in
Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral and other productions the group
Gables Jewish Center, will re- I" Preparing, at the Center build-
MRS JENNIE KAITFFMAN
"i. of 142 Drexel Arei
aw:.;, thli -.k lavinK two lona,
of M <-A \\ -
Ham. ,: New fork; :*..
Young and Mr- Ml
4 New V rh 3.!-^ Kauffman
'- ta rears t^-. h lin
rorii
New
- -. b)
'
habxmJd birkbaum
4: of r:;: NW i ..- ., wit tei
visitor fi paaaed away i
..n banday. Jaaoarj tlti Remain* I
wen aent to Ct is ind
int.rmni by The M-arr.: Riverside".!
I.IN A PT.IKI.MAN
75. '. ]: BW llth Terrace, passed
away Saturday, January K:h. In a
1'Kal h.mpltal. Mrs. Friedrruin ts sar- j
vived by h-r s,,n. Wlliian. Services
-'.I on Sunday at 'Tli- Miami
Riverside" iBterment was .,n Mount
Sinai Cemetery
view Dr. Unterman's book. The
Talmud. Musical entertainment
will follow.
The Talmud, a book of over
500 pages, published last month
by the Record Press, is a histor- recting the group,
ical interpretation of the creative
process that resulted in the ere- I
ation of the Talmud in its present
form.
:s preparing, may register at the
Center building. Mrs. Jeanett Miller, dramatics and radio coach
formerly associated with the
Northwestern University, is di-
JACViB HA HER
r,. ''. MIS BW tsta Avenue, passed
aaay lat Saturday in a local h<^-
pital Mr Hal-- ITVlved bv his
wi'. Mary, by three sorb. F'rank.
Mar*in r,nd Lawrence, ami by foa*
aaaahtsrs, R FiuraiAOa. Remains wer*- sent to
Younirst'-wn. Obi* aad
ent by "T^i* Miam: Riverside*'
Spessard Holland
ed to perform my duties in such
a way as to preserve our tradi-
.ivedhonors'frorn 'lit MS/^^L^i' f ^f"" *f
riea which include the'St?.tesI%Sni0.r -ffnator conUnued^
Merit of the Republic L He^,pra!*ed the teamwork of January ?th He -. B
h^estTg^ Je *"+ iJSm&ffi 5^
r- the Medal of "e "n"> of its memoers had pro- :.... -
Ha-ana f.rt Hi duced good results for the state. '
? -Holland also sharply rebuked Utr*
r.ENJAMIN HOROWITZ
71 '.f tm BW rd Street died 'jr. |
Jar.uarj' 15th Be --" red by hit I
wiff-. Rebe Her
man Harrifi n- a f -.. aad by
* .-- H Kersner
and Mrs Elisabeth Dbaaiant, ah*. '
Ntw Y'-rk Rea sins
fork City for r -- .>rn;
The Mis rase".
. States: The Member ^ Sl.nn^ p^ P>posa'? "
ionor of the Associacion De 'v,1. ^r.uf"r!LP,an- CmJ"
s Del Poder Judicial'P'difSP. .Sea/th lnsufanc*rt Md
. n^ aa^^w-^. ,., FEPC. I have in the past op-
: posed these and similar propos-
als and will continue to do so
, with all my strength," he explain-
ed.
"I regard* it as a continuing re-
sponsibility of Congress to do all
! within our power, by investiga-
tions and otherwise, to unearth
I corruption and loose practices in
{government, and to insist upon
] a return to greater simplicity,
honestv and efficiency,*' he add-
ied.
Holland has been a constant
foe of governmental waste, his
supporters indicate, and was in
[the last session a leader in the
I move which whacked about
I $5,000,000,000 off the administra-
____________J|tk>n*s request for additional tax-
|#X_ '>**( _: t!ftvV''es' Himself a decorated combat
Id I /(IN Vb\T^B>V v,t'ran "f World War I and the
"* VCUO AaAWfaU father of two fighting men in
'World War II. Holland has re-
peatedly been an advocate of
strong national defense and par-
ticularly attentive to veterans' j
gislation and problems ever
i oe he has been in public life.
"Though steadfastly refusing I
follow the Truman administra-'
'.ion on its more rad.cal propos-
' a campaign spokesman re-
-narked. "he has generally ssz>-
<-d the b.-partisan foreign
''"
Holland married Miss Mary
Oroovi r of Lakeland, a native of
Fort White, Florida, in 1919. They
have four childr*
---------^ uc, ruutr juuiuai
j^P^the Honor Member of
$ saii-int diets,
rV-^snadc-fal/rieaste
'$ -me...I hvt it/
WSL
SALTED
WILUAM RX'BIN
H, of :il NW :4th AvewtM i'.^d on
.-. if- i.'(. Ev*.
Mia nil
M l I N- ko Ci
HAI'.KY DCBIM
NW Ith Avenue. ;^sed
away in .'anuary '
IStk H- by his wife. Bay.
by oae I I Manln. j
and by !ar daofhl tat. j
Marl : -: Marlent H< sis leaves I
Mm- .-:--'. were I
usaary ^-1 si The v .-
erside". with M-^unt I
Nebo C- -.. -'
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2234 Para Ave. Pi. 5-9401 143 Col lias Ave. Ph. 5-3274
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if # SW Trh Avcwae. dd on I
January ZZa4 udd>r.!y V: Wei^f
k-aven hi* '- .-i.r and a sc and
iaustitrr. Krtward and Ed::E. kotb of
I'icada Rtrr.a:ns w*r- sn: :o Tor-
onto. Canada by The MUt. Rtvar-
id*" for serv<^s sod intern-rtr."
MORTGAGE I OA H$
HENRY E.WOLrFCO.
.M)%
MR.: AN TON IA KD~K
K. of JIS .VW ith Court, passed away
In a local hospital or. Jaruary rfnd
Pr-.vate smc* wher* beid on Jaw-
nary Svth, by "The Mianrl Rjver4e".
Ivwiali Record.
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ihJli^wilslWEIliDiciidliiaun
Annual
Housing
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1952
SEC. E
Home Presents
Judge Spaet
With Plaque
At the eighth annual meeting
last Sundav of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, attended by over
400 members. Judge Harold B.
Spaet. president of the Home,
was presented with a bronze
plaque in a laudatory address by
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice- I
president.
Mever stated the plaque was
ehted Judge Spaet in recog-
nition of five years of service
and for his method of dealing ;
with problems of the aged and !
chronically ill. In honor of
Judge Spaet. members of the
contributed S6.500 on
ng fur.d pledges and life
rships, With Abe Kurman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer giv-
-1.000 each.
ldition to the regular busi-
-----of the meeting, fifteen mem-
re elected to the Board of
tors for 3 year terms. Elec-
the Board for the first time
Sam Blank. Irving Cypen.
Jennie Grossinger. Joseph
Rose and George Wolpert.
. ted to new terms were
Allen, Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
- I B< rnbaum. Daniel M. Bu>aJ.
Danziger. Mrs.
r, Dr. Charles Lippow.
Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Sid-
:; Palmer and Mrs. Sol Sil-
I his valedictory as president.
Spaet stressed the urgent |
i (or the initiation of occu-
1 and diversional therapy
ms as well as varied and
llating recreational -and cul-
activitiM at the Home so
the productive talents of
nts would be developed.
In his report as Executive Direc-
Maurice Pearlstein reported
the progress made at the
during the past year and
cited the need for an infirmary
as 1 p priority for the Home.
"The leadership o: the Home is
giving serious thought to the
r I pment of a non-resident
.are program in which aged.
ng in the community, would
i the entire day at the Home.
iving its eare and participut-
in its program." he said.
Zamora PTA
Has Picnic
PTA of the religious school
Zamora Jewish Center will
Id a Tu Be Shevat picnic on
nday, February 10th. at the
n i O Sun Dairv Farm. Golden
c;lades Road, west of 27th Aveiw

Mrs Arthur Borok and Mrs.
Louis Barrish are co-chairmen in
arge of arrangements. A regu-
ia. meeting of the PTA will be
. I on February 6th.
Russiar.-born Jewish refugee
from the Nazis. Frank Z. Atran.
this week donated a fire-story.
S2O0.0OO building to the Jewish
Labor Committee in New York
City as a center for major Jew-
ish cultural groups and victims
of the Naii and Red persecu-
tion. (AJP Photo)
Justice Douglas
To Address
Attorneys
Justice William O. Douglas, of
!the Unted States Supreme Court, j
will speak in Miami on February
, 12th. in behalf of the 1952 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it has been
announced by Carl Weinkle. Gen- ;
eral crairmar, of the campaign
Justice Douglas will address a
I Dinner of the Attorneys and Ac-
countants Unit in the campaign '
1 and i expected to report on his
first-hand observations of the
I Near East and neighboring coun-
j tries which he visited recently.
Justice Douglas has long been
the presidential choice of a large
I segment of the Democratic Party
I which supported the Fair Deal
\ as their political doctrine. Only
recently the Associate Justice vol-
untarilv withdrew from the field
of pre-ident.al nominees.
Details regarding the event will
te announced shortly, it was stat-
ed bv Dan Ruskin, president of
the Gi Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. _____
Six Dade County high schools have announced they will par-
ticipate in the sixth annual High School Debate Contest sponsored
by Sr.olem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai B'rith, it has been announced by
Debate Chairman Louis F. Snetman.
Schools entering the annual debates will include the Coral
Gables High School, the Miami Beach Senior High School. IT.e
Miami Edison High
Miami Jackson Senior
School, the Miami Senior
School and the Technical
School.
Subject will be. Resolved:
Public Housing Should Be
For Slum Clearance In
County, and the rules of the Na-
tional Forensic League will pre-
vail as in previous years.
The schools will begin prelim-
]'u I' guests of Florida legislators dur-
Hlgh ing their stay.
High
High School students enrolled
High | in an Dade County Schools are
i eligible to participate in the de-
bate tournament whether or not
a regular debate program exists
in the particular school". State
Chairman Louis Snetman said.
"Purpose of this annual citizen-
ship program is to stimulate
thinking and discussion or. the
part of our high school youth on
vital current matters towards the
That
Used
Dade
inary eliminations starting next j end that these boys and girls will
j week to select their top affirma
|tive and negative teams, and
these will compete in the semi-
final and finals scheduled for the
last week in April. The winning
team ar.d their debate coach will
receive as first prize, a one week's
trip, to Washington, DC, at
which time they will be the
guests of National B'nai B'rith
leaders and where they will at- j
become well rounded thinking
citizens of tomorrow", Snetman
added.
Sholem Lodge has established
a rotating trophy to be present-
ed to, that school whose team is
victorious for three consecutive
years. Winner of the 1951 com-
petition was Miami Senior High
School.
Assisting Mr. Snetman wit
tend sessions of the Senate and the debate plans will be Richard
House of Representatives to] Fink, Sherburt S. Weiss. Dr.
i watch democracy in action. The Emanuel Pushkin. Henry V.
group will also visit points of and Jerome H. Weinkle, presi-
' historical interest and be the I dent of the Lodge. ____________
Appeal fhahrmen
(liven Trophies
Silver loving cup- were award-
ed to past criafrrner. of the -Worn -
; in iston of Or. M r i's
Combined Jewish Appeal al
quarterly meeting of the Confer-
ence of Jevrtsn Women's O-.-;
Lzations la-t week.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. herself a
recipient of a trophy in 1950.
made presentations t the Mes-
.dair.es Louis G'.asser. Monte Sel-
ig. Stanley C. Myers. Milton Sir-
kin and Abe Goodman.
. The ceremonies took place at
the Saxony Hotel as part of a
program which was dedicated to
the functions and service* of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in their annual Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Dr. Flshbein'a Talk For
Physicians Re-Scheduled
A change in date has been an-
nounced for the appearance of Dr.
Morris Fishbein at the home of
Dr Morris Goodmar.. 118 West
DiLidc Drive.-Mfar*! Beach. Dr.
Fishbein will be guest of honor
at the Physicians' and Dentists'
gathering -.. Monday. Februaiy
4th. H.- wiS speak in behalf oi
the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal_____ ________
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PAGE 2 B
+ Lut Flcrlc/tor
Milton Weiss
Seeks Re-election
Milton \v. '." B
torn this

tion to the D.
: i. District 5.
Weiss eml
firm of Mej
and has been I I
- He
: : public S
Mian i Bi
degi the Van
Miami in. 1935. Hi
memtx r of tl County
Board of Education since 1940
and served a.- i1
1947 vo 1949.
Weiss is Past Exalted Ruli
the Miami Beach Lodge of the
Elks, a charter member of the
Miami Beach Jaycees. a member i
of the Board of Directors of the .
Kiwanis Club and belongs to the |
Israel Zionist District of the ZOA
and the Flondu. Dade County,
Miami Beach and American Bar
Associations.
Harold Shapiro, oresider.l Mi?rr.: Bear, "***pgJ*5
Stein, world renowned British Bonus. u33e Kenne h Oka. chair
man of th> Board. Miami Beeek Zteaisl DWrlctMd I-9
Afcrarr.owiiz. regional director tot :.-.? S ttthee*.3H Region.
British Zionist Visits Beach District
Apartmont Group
Seeks Member*
With eight teams of six work-
cad covering tl e city in the
Bead Apartment Associa- |
ipecia] membership
Ev it '-. Director Sidney ,
, si | annou: ce i today thai
... m ,rk in the Associa-
,. of 300 new members
,.. i and thai all
sing hard to
the drive by the first
. Febru iry.
All apartment house owners
ntlv nut members of the As-
... ill e c intacted before
is over. Mr. Sterner
A red A Lesser is chairman
ot the drive, and Morris Gold is
co-chairman.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. \pm
Urgent Need Of Linen
Following an emereer.cv n
from the State of Israel for" ljS? ~
of every description, the-Pi ac.
Women. Club Number 1, have ,*
langed a lir.en shower to be held
at Keneseth Israel CMgregatioK ;
14 1j Luciid Avenue. Februai
10th. at 8 p.m. Admission will be "
the gift of an article of linen, "i
Among the items urgently n.,
ed are infants' wear, table | ,
and bed linen.
Wtrmjmpa,
rtabbl Joseph E. RackovaW
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Hanna Stein, w
I British Z. .-' .-
i the Miami Be.-.
ion her lecture tour tl i -- Can-
He is a 32nd degree Scottish Rite a(b and the -, .. : s, |
Mason and since 19o0. has served M g .
on the Board of Direct rs ol hi
Bank of Ml
North Sh re
ling'activities hall I "
I Israel proji f the 2 aist Or-
I ganization I Amen
Miss Stein efore the
: Dire tors of t
3 a : Zi mist Distri t last \
of Nathan Darsky
, ..... ,U Zi n:st Dutncts t
v.. ..' | '"aid in 1
Alto, R
. schools a I
!.. : ngesi
Weiss stat, .. s,
youth in ...
: pionei .:._ : lil
cater Beach
into an z mui
of oui intry. 1 n-
cern
Beach and the Industrial Sks m "~ rly i then fund-
Bank of Miami.
Weiss has served the C mmun-
ity Chest and other philanthi
drives He is the son o: Roa
Jeremiah A Wi ss an -
: is v. [f( : : ." ill .'.
ande..
....

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On the Ocean at 17th St.
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Phono 9-2694-5
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Rough or Pulverised
Grade A. Soil
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Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
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Kabbi Wax man
\iIIim'sm'> Itr.-H-h
Zionisl 4 lull
".'.
.-- Zionist 1
W Februan 6th.
12:1 i Ho-
tel. His 1 Brit-
As] 01
; ii Was nan is thi
. W si Mi Jew-
ish C- nl an I is a i m i rival
in Unit I States En^-
I He .. born in London and
ived lu iti ..: Car-
lifi ity in Wales and
:i London. Hi' fir I
I inate at Leeds, Eng-
nd r the nini yeai e prior
arrival in An ei i< a, he was
j Rabbi in Sout: Wall
Rabbi Waxmar is -., former pu-
.. il His Excellency Rabbi Isar
. iah Unterman, the chief
: Tel Aviv who recently
it d the Miami Area. He is a
f >rmer nati the Mr/:;, .. Organization of the
V.. .::. Isle.- H< .'._..- Is presi-
-.' : the South Wales Repre-
Council c.f ail Congre-
gations
... .- Irv.ng A ram itz.
reg ..-.'. direc-
Seutht m Region.
".':.. was
.. iirector I the Z:on-
n :' Amei ca for
Eir.p:r< Stan Regi n :,nd is
nth | ying is first vitit to
the Zionist drgai zati n if Amer-
Reg-
. -.
: I Shapi ; lent of th
L issured both Miss
- r.d Abi an witz of the
;u| port of the organ-
idge Kenneth Oka.
B : presented
tokei k I Miss Stein
inte: I n '. the
M Z nisi District to
ects in Is-
New M
st Disl ntl;
H 13" W ingl :.
hi ".: I
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rwroAY; FEBRUARY 1, 1952
'JewlsliFhrMiar
PAGE 3 B
Sisterhood Entertained
Mrs. Berele Kelemcr, of 1230
SW 13th Street, will
North Shore Sisterhood
Has Gaieties Review
The Sisterhood of the North
Shore Jewish Center will hold a \ at ner horne Board
comedy skit entitled. Gaieties < Miami Hebrew
Review, on Thursday evening, tnc Mlaml a9m"
February 7th. 8 p.m., at the Cen- Congregation on Tuesday moni-
tor building. *"? February oth. at 10 a.m.
entertain
members of
School and
HlfMANETTES '.representing the seven local beneficiary agencies of the Combined Jewish Appeal
tell their stery through executive directors at the quarterly meeting of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties. The program was presented at the Saxony
Hotffaid ?"a dedicated to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Directors of the agencies shown
above durtag'-riramatic presentation are. left to right: Morris Kless. executive director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation: Maurice Grossman, executive director of Miami Branch. Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center; Albert Comanor, executive Director of Jewish Social Service Bureau;
Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the.Bureau of Jewish Education; Maurice Pearlstein,
executive director of Jawish Home for the Aged; Sam Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai
Hospital: and Harold Kramer, executive director of Jewish Vocational Service. Ardmofe Studios
>| fa iiiT^jsiuipliony
To ri^-Ploeh's
Srhi'lOHMt
Thi I'urvuisity of Miami Sym-
, nv orehesU-a will schedule
I iv 7,n3.Monday evening
: ',.,, -mvh. February 10th and
augment the program of
rtifsu Month which is be-
,.*.;d ic>m February 9th
Match 9th.
the direction of John >
orchestra will present
v Ernest Bloch. Mana-
Zui Carhille,
Saint Saens
and Fx'anz
Li.-/.t. .*-. >i.;. r-1
R i> s famous
Amen i 'eel-
li>t who held
: ik with"
tin- *" y York
-hi i ,c
until I recent-
ly res
favor :
MF&FT- ~ Mana-Zucca
'o Swiss
Jewish composer "Ernest Bloch's
Schelnmo Hnapsody.
Tin- .varfe. j^ scored for full
o: - ;:n i to 'express the ancient,
>!; su : nature of the third king
'' I. 1 by employing several
t t nai" Hebrew motives im-
post d upon modern tonal har-
m-ine- aa-Bfeen. feels them. Mr.
Rom- > MJCffnt 'recording of the
win k uttSgf IJmltri Mitropoulos
indicati j-ifag sensitive under-
i.p.'."eaVtJie'-:work and has
hii-n < ntHffiaSfflcallv compared to
.iUug-gCthe late Emanue!
Also scheduled for performance
>. veT8l-"4S|tks by the local
i"in|ici i f.'Mana-Zucca. Her com -
positiihi. Rat-hem, a Hebrew pray-
tuies. v.4n5ggw the first per-
fuiinancernfritatt-Tore Poem in-
.-pned br:.igr;poem of Robert
B. 'wniny."_-
The compxaMT. is a native of
New Yi>jJE:53e.--She performed
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January 27th,
a party at her
home. 152 NW
43rd Place, was
given in Miss Millstone's honor.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. J. Warshavsky, Mr.
and Mrs .Ben Heligman and Mrs.
Morris Heligman, all of St. Louis,
Missouri, and Mr. and Mrs. H.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1,
During The Week____\
I Sec
By LEO MINDLIN
I was star ling [ht against a wall at thi M
Be;n A g Bartley C Cru -
Jalk before 1 Trades D sion Dinr.< | I
App tore. Crum had ma Is
the N East. Point ng storii ex
., ut. ol s. Englai an ex
natiors thi n e :
:.; tinenti V'..
: for ultin
\:
In his allusion to England. Crum s?id. "The British, in the
days of their greatness." His words struck me much as an aphor-
ism would, being wise and many-sided in significance. When I
asked Crum about them later, he smiled in a somewhat Mephis-
tophelean way. Actually, my question was without purpose and
only posed to orovoke laughter, for it is beyond argument th3t
the throne ot the once glorious Anglo-Saxon emoire > now noth-
I ing more than a foot stool. Indeed, it is currently reported that
Winston Churchill's departure from the U.-ited States about two
weeks ago was marked by a severe cold. Such medical releases.
I have concluded, were mere ruses to disguise th' Prime Minis-
ter's true ailment: he suffered, no less, from the effects of ground-
in heel prints between his shoulder blades made by American
diplomats during the course of conversations concerning econom-
ics.
I '-' urther over CronVs astuti ah (Israel's ] \
" litics but was interrupted the sou
man a me I prefir not i nl
';'>'--......' vd he ;.i come over I
V'allej '.: was interims* : eri The genl
m< : -; A-- npleteh dissatisfied with **< plav Hi proceeded
expla th natun -is .:;<:;i>:e. Ho had arrived at th<- A...:
ier. he stati nterl ined. Instead, he continues,
i-. :..p.:'.:e.j. .r.:. .-. ,ia n el -

* '" is^a: production I -. Moral Re-A
'"' :': AssemW> Frank Buchn-.an many vo.-.rs mo, The
Assemblj :< roup whose ideals have been gaining -:r-
:..; : World War II. It counts in the extremes of it<
'-'' -' -..... nd. and mechanics and plasl
- Assembly (Enclish, Scandinavians,
uei arts ..:.. Americans .- ne ex-C nununists believe in thi ulti
: :'.-.:. ,*ei | '
i\. lusu n Of ..: j
--' :-.stmcts to
The play itself is a simple tale, portraying the schism between
two brothers. Symbolic of diverse ideological factions, the schism
is Shown as a function of ego aggrandizement. The conflict be-
(wean i.-.e brothers is not an insoluble one. What prevents its
resolution :s the unwillingness of each unemotionally to examine
the grievance of the other, for both live according to the unfor-
-unate.y accepted principle that discussion and compromise are
inherent maniiesftoni of capitulation and defeat.
' -' :
INTER FAITH UNITY. Reverend J. Mitchell Taylor fleft). first
president of the Miami Beach Clergy Council, turns over the gavel
to Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who was elected new president at the
Shelborne Hotel, where the Council was first organized. Mem-
bership consists of Rabbis and Christian Minister of Miami Beach.
The first social meeting of the Clergy Council and their wives was
held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman last Monday.
Baber To Seek
Re-election
subsequently awarded an Oak
Leaf Cluster to the Purple Heart
received from wounds incurred
during World War I.
John S. Johnny) Baber. pres- Attached to the Military Gov-
ently acting as Deputy Constable eminent. Baber was instrumental
of the 5th D:.-::;,: in providing necessities for Jew-
Harrj Higgins. was the ish persons in Displaced Persons
first candidate to qualify last Camps and is reputed to have
January 21st, for Ihe Office of aided in the location of lost Jews
C nstable. his supporters an- related to Miami Beach residents.
*k In seeking re-election as Con-
in July. 1942, to Stable, Baber said, "I will give
the Unit- residents of the 5th District, from
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in
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,v ..- .- ; PI i U G ,. B. ,ward County line, the same
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Music Council
ites. Meeting
On Sunday
On Suiiday, February 3rd, 8:30
-i_m". Uic Jewish Music Council
of Ga-aU'i' Miami will hold an
pe*ii meeting and musicale for
patrons, members and guests, at
{he Lear School. 1010 West Av-
-xnue.
Reports will be heard on plans
j: lha Jewish Music Festival
Scheduled, to take place March
23rd. at the Miami Beach Audi-
loikim, as well as general plans
for the Jewish Music Month cele-
bration .'in the Greater Miami
community.
A special music program de-
voted to a preview of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony con-
cert of February 10th and 11th,
-will also be given. Mme. Mana-
Zucca. whose works will open
the Ampbony concerts, will dis-
ciiss her new Tone Poem to be
performed for the first time. Her
HBchem. also' on the orchestra's
program, wHl be sung by Judy
XJrucker.-. Sofaert Strassburg will
then owirrt$nT~on Bloch's Schcl-
Sco. arbeduled to be played on
^fce -3Mrn j)rogram by 'cellist
j^nj^^Rofetr ar*d will give ex-
caipts. from -Wr. Rose's recording
sfi.."&atr:
r^jCirntor Iwlng Robinson will
wtp -ihi. program with a group
:S-'Wsstl'-fHUd liturgical compo-
iT5JwE3lr^^'lorence Warsowe
g il:'; ]>C"5attaipate.
Maxu HI Holds
li^FlItag Classs
"_Tff*4*'yyyr*^ in'creative writ-
-%, tv^tiM by novelist Gilbert
Stowcft "^rrQ open the new term
*_' Lihdsey -l^opkins Vocational
.-scfcnct an February 4th.
CI ises In manuscript writing
and selling, are scheduled for
Tm-lay and Thursday afternoons
Starting at 1 p.m. Evening classes,
s< iri Maxwell, will include spe-
...:] lectures and discussions <>n
Thomas Wolfe, F. Scott Fitzgrald,
Ernest Hemingway, William
Faulkoer, John Steinbeck and
otrv. is.
Formerly of New York, Max-
well recently was host to Ten-
nessi Williams during the play-
wrights stay in Miami. Maxwell
is author of the novel, Sleeping
Trees, three volumes of poetry,
and second novel, The Long
Pursuit, soon to be issued by Lit-
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memory of Pincus Puchkoff. an ardent worker for the Jewish National Fund. Pictured above 'left
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Rabbi Max Shapiro, of the Beth
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the final lecture" in .the scries,
Great Jewish- Books, at the Adult
Institute of.Jewish-Studies spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education last Monday.
Held in the Beth David Syna-
gogue, the lecture aired Judaism
Flagler-Granada
Minstrel Show
Plans are being made at the |
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com- I
munity Center for a Minstrel I
Show to be held on February !
10th. 8:30 p.m. at the Center ,
building.
Eddie Pcpsers, will direct the j
show with the assistance of Al- :
bert Reisman. The committee al-
so includes Robert Taubef and
Marty Lcbar, assistant producers;
Jean Lebar, make-up and cos-
tuming; Naomi Stiller, tickets;
Pearl Reisman, pianist; Dorothy
Rothstein, vocal arranger; and
Evclvn Clein. nuhlicitv.
As A Civilization, a book by Dr.
Mordecai Kaplan. The final ses-
sions in Hebrew. Yiddish, Jewish
History, Bible and Jewish Liter-
ature were also held the same
night.
The course in advanced Hebrew
will be continued for a second
session ending March 2nd, at the
new building of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, 135 NW 3rd
Avenue, on Wednesday, at 8:30
p.m. Herbert Berger will be the
instructor.
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FRIDAY, FEBBUABY 1, 1$m
Rabbi Cassei Begins New West Miami Jowj^hr Center
Lertures At Kneseth Israel EarIy Frid ^ Jh^
. .1 I at ,s iv,,.! x;__: -iJE. "-'Vices
Jason Lesser Ecr
MHxrah Al Aharaa bra*]
C==:cr Jacob G::i=:e:n
:*-. Synagogue
Makes Deru: A: 3eth Jacob
Friday ever Rabbi Moses M
Ahavas Israel Synaj 71 id Congregation 1 >.
Byi Av :.:., a ... J01-311 .
..
.;.- forum
:30 p.m
anrl uuct lne ,ale service at 8 Vi r.
ww! AnOnegShabbat.,,1.;,?,^^-
Abr. Cassei begin--^g^vmorrimgsen.i^ ,
The fiitl lecture is "*"*"_________
Rabbi Narot AkTchriSaa
, V AbrahamSeTw.il J^*** ** Cl
Dgi gat* nsl ,-irging. view ut Jewish Life
rung services will Can A christi-n c
The late aftcmoon'^^^g'-nP'
i
- act Ar.d >-- ical Value -
Car,:.. Aaron B!
the sei e. A Kj
"-
..... ~.reet. dur-
ing the Friday evening service at
8fl5 p.m.
< service A .-.." ----- ....._________________
-..?..':.. -- r.z.z Cr.es S.-.aooct For
A Bible lass Children A: Hebrev.- Accdemy
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rzzz. :'.:zr..-'r. Views End
Z: Exodus A- Beth -:.::
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Hiclech ;.;-_- rigs Z enter
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Rabbi Lehrman Views Credo The sermon will interpret the
For Present Generation controversial report made bv
.Professor Robert Maclvv nf
te Friday evening service* at Columbia University Mnc-miS
... Jewish Center the structure of S.*aKB|
. .>. .-.Aver ue. will be .Jewish community Vnd ?,"
spokesmen.
Irving Leurman will On Saturday morning i't.am
the topic: A Credo For Dr. Narot wil'l discuss The sO
Cantor David Book Of Kings
ant the service ________________
'-' '"' p--rlun: Leonard Rothbcrt OJficic'es
' n of Robert At Beth El Service -;
vices will Congrtgrtion Beth-El' "> w I
itl th Rabbi dis-t I7;h Avenue, wiit-holt: Fn .- Portion. The evening services at 5 4:, v :
Aar. Sidney, son the late service, 8.30 d m Leon
' .. i. and of Shale, lard Rothbart. assistant F biof
: M Edythe Krepack, wilNtha Junior Congrecatv,'- Jm
..... officiate. '
A B. I. lass ..- scheduled for 4 Saturdav morning jer
a Beudos follow-
are at 8 a.m..
5:45 p.m.
-:.
Miami Hebrew School
vice Hears Schwartzman
ish ] tioi
of t
: Ci n-
t 8:30 a.m. How.
and Mrs. Semour P
me B..r Mitzvah at t
ha will be at 5
Shalos Seudos f .
Young Israel Synagocu?
lne Yoi I
4C0I C v n
njng \n
I N 121 A-. nu< Oneg S ... I s tur-
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Milton Friedman Speaks At
Israelite Center Service
Tiiereth Israel Center
Tif< reth Isi I Nortr
65( ) N rth Mi mi Avenue,
: -r. idaj ning services
at 8:15 p rr. with Reverend
roldberg o:f:c:a-
Satui (services will
' at 9 a ;:.. when
th Weekly
Portion
Jerusalem Conflict Viewed
At Coral Gables Center
T. e Fifiht Over Jerusalem -
City ol Peace, is the subject of
Rabl. M i: is A. Skop
tonight. 8:15 p.m.. during th( -
day evening services of the Coral
, Gable- J. wish Center, 320 P
:: o Avenue. An Or.eg Shal
will follow
Saturday morning s*. i .
, be at 9:45 a.m., with T rah I
and Kiddush foil
Einbir.ders Host Or.eg
Shabbat At Zamora Centej
Re-
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Zamora A
o :r :
M and M ; '

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Kutz. will be at 8:15 p.: Guest
speaker will be Milton FriedmaH,
National B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
missioner. His topic is scheduled
as: Jewish Youth In Act: n \n
Oneg Shabbat with Mr ar.l Mrs,
Bernard LubetkiD _s hosts wij
follow.
Saturday m. rning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi A.
Sachs discussing the Weekly Pot-
" a-.'l Cari
E nd Ace! en* Wi
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
I R< and 1
I I 1 : ; .. '.'. -
-- : ;.. .
Teen-Agers Viewed At
North Shore Jewish Center
c Jewish Teen-Ager, will be
subject of the sermon to be
ered bv Rabbi Maver Abra-
iU at the North Shore Jew-
Center, Dickens Avenue and
5th Stmt. during Fridav eV- ?at"s mscussin*; tne Weekly m-
.:8:Wpm .tiorn Minc-ha will beat 5:JDpm.,
Aleeza Olrls will be Iwl shalos Seudos following..
'-' during the service and ., ~~~ ~*~T
1 act as 1 stestea at the Oneg North Dade Jewish Center
"t 4Ci1terUlTd ,', ufolltJW- The North Dade Jewish Center,
WJChrtrUl chant. j 13630 West Dixie Highway, will
;' ,'.To.ea m Ik-d mwnin^ ihold late Friday ereiMhg iervTW"
, 42ram.. 0>e Rabbi will at 8:15 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat
discuso ir.e Weekly Portion. w,u follow.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1952
-MtxHslfkrkUar)
Sootin To Head
iMiarni Zionists
Mr. Hyman Sootin, of 230 NW
2nd Avenue, Miami, was elected
bresidenl of the Miami Zionist
District at *he group's meeting
Jleld in ,,IC Betn E1 Auditorium
late last week.
Others who will assume official
posts include Nathan Adelman,
1st vice president; Irving Saal,
2nd vice president; Simon Seid-
pn. recording secretary; Sydney
H Palmer, financial secretary;
jrd Abe KaspW, treasurer.
a. symposium on Zionism In
Vmerica tallowed the election of
Wficers which included Seymour
Llebman, representative of the
General Zionists, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, of the Mizrachi group,
end Saul Ashkcnazi, of the Labor
Zionists. Rabbi Max Shapiro act-
Ed as moderator.
| Honored at the meeting on the
Occasion of their golden wedding
Enniversary were Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Langner, in whose behalf
100 trees will be planted by the
Jewish National Fund in Israel.
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Appoint Turner
h;ii iii.iii Of Red
Iross II rive
J. hn B Turner, manager of the
State Oil Company, Cities
Florida, has been nam-
td chi innan of the 1952 Red
;':oss Fund Campaign in Dade
bounty, Di James J. McCormick,
cl Birman, announced
The ppointment was made fol-
i eting of the Steering
of the Dade County
eci ntly when it mi t
it R. Guthrie of St.
. Volunti er chairman
SI ite of Florida National
Campaign.
In ting the chairmanship.
I, "1 appreciate the op-
; being able to take
n th" Red Cross Fund
is year. To me. Red
an expansion ol tho
an custom 'if neigh-
: neighbors in need."
i ming to Miami in
1950. Turner lived in
a n, Alabama, for 16
i was manager of the
,ities Service subsidiary in fnat
State,
Turn.. stated that in Dade
bounty, as in all Red Cross Chup-
trs throughout the country, the
pampaign will be conducted dur-
Hv month of March. He will
pegin immediately setting up
hommittees and enlisting workers
full coverage in this area.
To Hold Folk Dance
The Miami Beach Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
Juinity Center will hold the first
session ot its Folk Dance Group
l Tuesday, "February 5th, at 8
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+Jeis*>n<)ricf**n
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
Homo l-isls
Voluntwr Posts
Saturday. February 9th. has
been designated as Tae Day for
the National Children's Cardiac
Home.
The three local chapters of the
Home are asking for volunteers
for that day ; tag foi donations
and also to help with transpor-
tation. Prior t February 9th, vol-
unteers may call (se following:
For the Beach Dade Chapter.
Mrs Natha Glass. 5-7544; Miami
Chapter. Mr-. David Parnes,
And The Cock Crew Featured At
The Dade County Auditorium Today
82-383P. O] Mrs. Louis Wolfe.
2-3567: Flamingo Chapter. Mrs.
Irving Milker. 9-4029.
On Tag Day. volunteers will
find headquarters at the follow-
ing places: Dade Chapter at the
Beach. Home of Mrs. Nathan
Glass. 3745 Pinetree Drive:
Downtown Miami, Miami Title
Company. 124 Shetland Arcade;
Soutr. West, residence of Mrs.
Joseph Socolof. 1601 SW 16m
Aver.uo: Coral Gable-, Harry
Fincher, 1607 Ponce de Leon
Boulevard: West Miami, resi-
dence of Mrs. N. Learner, 5841
SW 13th Terrace: Northwest,
Ramagli and Cook. 1370 NW 36th
Street: Northeast. Slote Homes,
625 NE 78th Street: and Hiakah.
Mrs. Alvin Watson at 4-0582.
Cleveland Social Club
The Cleveland Social Club will
hold an election of of:icers on
Tuesday. February 5th.
Sisterhood Hears Rabbi
Mrs Israel Goldberg, newly In-
stalled president of the Sistef*-
Shel Etnesa, will
, at the group's regular
. meeting, <>n Monday.
iary 4th. 1 p.m.. in the Beth
: Gut si speaker will be
i; i Samui 1 Krowlowiti, of
B klyn, N" w York.
Pythian Sisters To
Hear Dr. Blumenthal,"
Roosevelt Tempi,.. N,,^V
rnrl
Dora August HaU.'soo'sw
Avenue, at 8 p.m. w
ian Sisters, will hal.l i
meeting on February Bin T
Dr.
Seymour 1 lumenthal |
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IMPLIES
AND THE COCK CREW, piemiered last night at the Dade
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call to seal his decision as Mar'on Anderson, playing the wife he
had set aside, rejoices at his choice.
And The Cock Crew, u drama-
packed play of Washington life Southwest ClVlC League
by the producers of Jotham Val- A regular meeting of the
ley. opened at the Dade ounty JSouthwest^Civic League will^be
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be further performances today
and tomonow. February 1st and
2nd.
Miami has attracted the Ameri-
can premiere after prveiew per-
ances here dunrg the As-
: ..".( Americas for Moral
R< A amer.1 this n-.onth.
lay, by Alan Thornhill, was
first performed in Switzerland in
early December, but a complete
new set has bee n designed and .
built for the current showings.
Th:< .- : In ly iwn to
Miami audiences from theii roles
ttei tor I y the
turn ..- pi inciples
w play 1. s
Eric B> ntlev and :.: Ander-
will be portrayi I as

ister world f( ising evi ry
1 :' ent of lo< unid
inti ij ii in the effort to ui
family, home and nati
Th( itl r, Alan Thornhill.
writes fi road experience in
America and Europe, raving
mingled with revolutionaries and
ordinary persons of hal: ., dozen
nation.- He will be remembered
from radio and speaking engage-
ments here where The Forgotten
Factor played last spring.
Tickets may be obtained at
Burdine's Mezzanine. Miami;
Farr Tours. Miami Beach; and
Amidon's. Coral Gables or bv
. phone 2-4164
held on Tuesday. February 5th,
8:30 p.m.. at the Lebanon Hall,
2626 SW 3rd Avenue. On the
Agenda will be nomination of of-
ficers. A short film depicting
crime investigation will also be
shown.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1952
+Jewish norkliari
l
PAGE 9 B
llPgfstratlon
IMmi-n Today
ICounty-wide registration for
Inters iii Greater Miami precincts
tarts I lay.
Holmer, Jr.. supervisor of
Lgistration for Dado County, an-
ounces that registration for vot-
in each of 126 voting pre-
Inef! will remain open through
fcbruarv 12th. During the regu-
lation in ii"d, an officer appoint-
by Hnlrrer will be located at
Echdl the precinct booths.
|Hours ir registration are from
|;im. : 5 p.m.:, daily except on
uiidays. Tomorrow, booths will
kniaiii upeH from 9 a.m. to 9
[ ey "ill on February'
tth.
[Regis! ants will be required to
Irnish proof of one year's resi-
ciui' i: Etorida and six months'
v in the county. Proof
ay be furnished by lease, rental
[ceipta or last year's Florida
enst i.
>rp;iiii/<" Appeal
tpoakcrs* Bureau
(Prominent civic leaders in the
featei Miami area are pooling
eir talents to create a Speakers'
lircau fur the purpose of bring-
\i the stow of the 1952 Com-
hed J< wish Appeal to the com-
lunity.
[Ben Essen, Miami attorney,
lokc dunng the intermission at
le Workmen'- Circle Concert in
liami Sund^".^. evening, and
orge ChertBotr attorney, ad-
ssed the Miami Beach Branch
their concert" on Saturday
|fhi. -Louis Schwartzman, ex-
tive director of the Bureau
| Jewish Education, spoke at the
r.ui B'ritlt luncheon on Tuesday
on ai the National Hotel. Dr.
nald Michelson, director of the
illel Foundation at the Uni-
jrsity of Miami, spoke in behalf
the Combined Jewish Appeal
[a meeting of Junior Hadassah
esdav evening.
Joseph Dur.tov js in charge of
taker? to address Yid-
king gatherings.
SSS litfcf SrCho?i,?cuX F4k ChrUS T11 **E" Ufder the dL'*clion of Ben Yomen at SnP Of Songs Concert on
DorXoat. Minie GaldfiLrn tSL^T^Sopranom: Anna Anaroff. Rose Danzig. Sarah Faigin. Fannie GitteFman. Jenny Gladstone.
Jean Price Anna Retchififn ^nf^SK- HUrW,1l-.RebeCa Hr n- Sarah Jacobson. Sarah Kirschner. Rot.- Lewis, Anna Orchin.
Shu"man S.Vah? Faia n M*. JlS *sk.n. Dora R.t.r Dor. Rohinsy. Lilian Roller. Hertha Silverstein. Esther Steinman. Yetta
eph Au.kit.irl Le^?rc^ l^ n!U,Ma"Tn ^i"' !"& W#i" So,ie Weissbrod. Row Weisman. Fannie Weinstein. Tenors: Jos-
man, fEST.DD.T SamYhIlZ^ 1 u~9' w*9^GWt' 5E?2 Gu"*- Harry L.ndau. Ben Lilwin. Sol SiWerstein. Morris Shul-
Sonia Sta?93& K&SffiTfL&'SJSfei hooper Eth.rFeldmn. Sarah Finkel. Flora Friedman. Ros* Gertz. Mania Goldin.
it. Goldi. Raim jSnS^fcUif- Levme Tilhe Mahkoff. Sarah Mandel. France Packer. Celia Pomerantz. Tania Nitzberg. Helen Pur-
Lena WdirukT Frieda Yawan S,Trh* Y^r'^^^ S0^-f?UJ ,Solomon' Betty Torgow' S*,via Schendloff. Dora Weinstein.
Daris JackF^ldmyn PhTH-F^v!i avl Tan^R= Zafman' to Zillin- Basses: Max Basche. Morris Carroll. Jo. Coh.n. Herman
(abhi Mescheloiif
Msciis.sPK Divorce
Bn anwser to a question from
listem as to how Jewish worn-
I may ibtain a religious divorce,
bold Shapiro, commentator on
I program, People's Prob-
f have as his guest, Rab-
M Meseheloff, spiritual
lilci ol Congregation Beth Jac-
I on -i inday, February 3rd, 1:15
station WINZ.
J I iff, author of a
I Religious Divorce in
; ook on Florida Law Of
ily, Marriage And Di-
II lead a discussion aim-
wering the listener's
t-Slln-
Problems is a Special
f : Morris Nasatir'a Yid-
\ ical Hour.
Cantor Goldstein
Makes Debut
At Beth Jacob
Cantor Jacob Goldstein will
make his debut in Miami Beach
tonight at Congregation Beth
Jacob's Friday evening services,
5:30 p.m., and tomorrow at 8:30
I a.m.
I Cantor Goldstein was born in
| Warsaw, received his musical
I training from composer Nathan
! Dabidowitz and Cantor Solomon
Rirschmen and graduated from
e Chopin Conservatory in Wil-
I no. At an early age he was chos-
en from a list of 53 candidates
I to become the youngest cantor
of the Wilno Choir-Shul, chief
'synagogue in Wilno.
In 1932, he received his call to
become Chief Cantor in London,
j England, where he appeared fre-
quently at functions of state and
! in religious celebrations, public-
concerts and oratorios. He also
appeared frequently at concerts
in Paris, Fiance. Immediately
after the establishment of the
State of Israel, Cantor Goldstein
toured that country as guest of
Chief Rabbi Herzog.
The noted composer Joshual
Weiser has dedicated many, of his
compositions to Cantor Goldstein-
who will appear at a concwt to-
be held at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Ben Yomen To
Lead Chorus
In Concert
Ben Yomen will conduct the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chor-
us in a Song Of Songs Concert
on Thursday evening. February
14th, 8:30 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Yomen, who has been with the
Chorus four seasons, announces
that the concert will be held in
conjunction with Jewish Music
Month and with the celebration
of the seventy-fifth anniversary
of Avrohom Goldfadden, founder
of Jewish operetta.
The program will include Is-
raeli, Yiddish and English songs.
Featured will be the choral ren-
dition of Raisins And Almonds,
as well as excerpts from Gold-
faddtn'a famous operettas arrang-
ed for chorus, tenor and soprano
with solos by Maurice Rauch.
The group of seventy-five mix-
ed voices will be augmented by
the singing of Cantor Jacob Bar-
kin, close associate of Jan Peerce,
Metropolitan Opera Tenor, and by
Nancy Fairchild, mezzo-soprano,
awarded first prize by the Miami
Opera Guild.
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University To
Offer New Course
Dean Dan Steinh
the U
Mi r.i, ar.noui i 1
tion I
American T
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ises I
,-iil aim ai
' n theii
The class
pus each 1
7:03 to 9 30. 44
, ther section \vi
Fort Lauderdale. 4 I Br< w-
; Boulevard, on rues laj ev< n-
,gs f: .'. 7:30 to 9:30 E I h -
n will I taug t by Si*
aine. tormei airma I
the English Depart I the
i troit School Syste
llasada II';iis
Itahbi Shapiro
The Miami Bea<
ada will I : 5S :
i. li Appeal ill
rv 7th, 9 p.i
i h Jewis O nt
Guest speakei R
ivi I SI piro. foi six y<
in Green Bay. Wis
I';
that stati Ra
11 emphasize l :
ticipati >n in 1
i vi

Campa
Northshore Center
To Dedicate Scroll On
February 10th

- Si Ha Jo:.
5
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1
A
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occas
Pioneer Women. Club 2
w ."s
9 \; Beach Sur-
Partv and Concert on .
vening Feb nary 23rd, 8
at the Park Centr -
M s Lena Mil I chairman
Adult Group Variety
Niqht Tomorrow Evening
The Mei '
fcdult S tcial Gioup '
: .-. C '' M :' [1
450 SW 161 Avei
Vi ty Night t
'.:.'
A lull -
sists [sing
... an I '"
Sports And Vacation Show Opens
On Beech Today; Has V-rM Acts
FRIDAY, FEBRUAgY-1, 195^
LEGAL KOTICE

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Miami Beach's
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lemonstrations
. nd skish com-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 146b6<)
MARY UBOW, puintirr,
EPHRIAM UBOW, Def<
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Ti I EPHRIAM l.ll:o\\
"n Jefferson Rtreei
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you .. e hereby ordered in I., nerve a copy of your anew.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Nc. 27303A,
Re: ESTATE OP, .
F'ANNIE VVOLPEi Deceased
. mi credltoi ami All Persons Has.
Ina Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: ,.
i ,.,. h ,,f you. are herebj
V JUDGE'S CCRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2698/ B
In Re: ESTATE oe
IRVING AilKlt. also known n*
OSWALD ADER. Imvpsixmi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona HavJ
Ins ClalnM or Demands ar
Saiil Estate:
You, mid each of you. are
notified and required to |.resent an)
claims anil dcnian.ls \\ hi li t
either "f you. may nave afmiiisi th
estate of irvina Ader, .i k
Ail,'i'. deceased late of Miami [lad*
County, Florida, to tin- Hrni FRANK
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flee in the County Courthous. i [i h-
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iddreas of the cut I in-
, | .i I.. i HWorn i" and pres< nted
ncsald, or same will i- barred.
! ..,. .1. ii ial 17th. A 11. 1952.
MYER A. VVOLPK.
A- Executor of the 1-''^'
Will and Testament of
1 ANNIE VV O L P E I '-
I i-;(-. .1
t, in bidding for the atten-
I f the I usands of show
Foil* i v"r>' PP"
ular sport will find experts in max r silver
theii paiticular field or hand to ".) j ,fxe. i
demonstrati tl eir skill. Hank
Bi ins, nationally-known fishing
expert, will display his casting
skill. Jim Lynch, famed archer
who has been featured in Holly-
mo\ \< -. "ill be on iiand.
and Vaughn Pipes and Howard
Brand, t pranking badminton
will also display their skills.
A unique sport in this ana. log
rolling, will be presented in a
toi
l'i lie. barred s.-.- Sect In i
1933 Probate Act.
Date January, A. D. II
M 'I'llli: Al'Kl:.
a Admlnlei ..i "...
talc of
n:\l.\c, -ADLKR,
also known ,i-
OSWALD .U;i:i:.
HERMAN WE I'MAN
Attorney for Administratrix
2 1-8-13 22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOLRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14695-:
\ 1.1.EXE ELIZABETH BRAY.
Plaintiff,
On III oor I oi ii iii
lias Hook lt>\ i*%v
Tre Excommurication Of Spin-
oza, by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
will be reviewed tomorrow af-
ternoon, 3 p.m.. \ y Chaim Rose,
author and lecturer, at the Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum held on 11th
Street ar.d Ocean Court. Miami michael mI^iseniieru
Beach. A general discussion will Attorn<-> for Plaintiff
follow the lecture. Professor Ed-
waid Clarke, of the University of
Miami, will review Henry Rich-
ardson's book. The Young Cos-
ima. on Saturday. February 9th.
ii;fk IIRAY, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti '. JEKK BRAV
UldreHF I'nknown
yor are required i" serve a copy
,.f your answer in the Bill of Com-
lil.iim for Divorce on plalntlfPs at-
torney, and i" file the orljtlnal answer
i.i ii,. office "r the Clerk "f the
Circuit Court on or before the -".tii
da* ol i bi u iry, IS32; othei wise, the
Bill ..f ('omplainl for Divorce, hereto
. I will in- taken as con -
i,.--,.i i.\ \ ..ii
DATED at Miami, Florida, iliis wtn
das "f Januarj. I932.
I. B. LEATHERMAN.
i "Jerk of th.' i ircult Court
is. al)
Bv M. c. I'l'.ic.i:
leput) Clerk
North Dade Hears
Immigrant Needs
Rabbi David Shapiro, former
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal in the State of Wisconsin,
will speak to the members of the
, K rt Dade Jewish Center, on
'Wednesday evenine, Ft bruarv
6th.
The will describe the
vital needs of immigrants in Is-
and in the Neai East as well
as ne i to this country.
The Combined Jewish Appeal,
includes the Israeli Relief
Agenci lo national
I loi al agen ies
LEGAL NOTICE
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida. in and for dade
county in chancery
No. 145">6"
.... | .
11"7 l "i>< i\ ne Bulldlna
\| mil, l lorlda
2 I-S-1.-.-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 149K
HOSE RINALDI, Plaintiff.
LIBERO ANTHONY RINALDI,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO LI HEIto ANTHONY RINALDL1
79 EdRewood Avenue
Watei bury, Connecticut
You, Libero Anthony Rlnaldl, are
hereb> notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has lien filoil
avalnsl you, ami you are required t<>
serve > ...;.^ of yonr Answer or Plead-
Hi the Rl 1 Complaint on the
Plalnl 'Is Attorney.' Amos Ilcnjamin,
jn.'i Olympla Rulldinc, and file the
il Answer or Pleadtna In tha
-: the *''.-i k oi tin' Circuit on
'i..... the '.'Mil da] of February,
18 II you fall to do so, Judgment l >>
default will i.,- taken aajalnst ypu for
Mi- relief ilemanded In the I'.HI of
i 'ompl .
lONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
l'i.i al.i tins Jl'tli day of Januaiy,
1932
r n LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
i >aii,. Count}. Elorlda
By WM W stock INC
Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IS
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14671'.
HENRY DAVIDSON, Rla
ALEXANDIA DAVID.SON.
11.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALEXANDRIA DAVIDSON,
832 East l',th St.
Bronx. New York
You are hereby required t> terve-i
cop> of your Answei to '' BU ol
Complaint for Divorce on t lie Plato,
liff .s Attorney. Hennan Wppman, HI
Blscayne iiuiiitina. Mian Hlrkfc
and to fil* the ..liirni.i l Aoswei i Ua
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ; ||V ,;
February, IMS; otherwisi the sm
cans.- will be taken as .., ---- 1 M
you.
This notice shall le published one*
each week for four rouse weeks
in the JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DATED, nt Miami. Dade County,
Florida, tiiis. 22iui day
1932.
E. B, UEATHCl'-MAV-
Clerk of the Ci i nil '' -'
Hade Count.N. KlorMl
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM.-W. s'TihUI.Vi.
I leputy Clerk
1/83 2/1-1-1.'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JHS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. II
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14670^
ISAAC ZWIEBBL, l'lalnliil.
vs.
KITH zwikbrl Defendant
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: RCTH ZWIEIMH..
9 Nixon Court,
Hrooklyn. New York .,.-.
YOC ARE HEREBY KKol II.I.P T
icrve a copy of your Answ. i I" jij
Bill of Complaint op the I'1,"."11,',*
attorneys and file the oripliul in i
office ,of the Clerk of the t <"
Court mi or before the '.'l.-r.'> J
February, a l>. 5Si otherwise ""
said cause will be taken as (if**
by you. nJ iA
DATED: Miami, ptoridn. .-"d
of January, A.D. lf>2 _..,,.,,., ,v
E. B. I.EATHKKMAN.
Clerk of the <''i
(Circuit Court 8eal>
Bv R. H. RICK.
IH-puty Clerk
KOVNER MANNJIKIMK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
l/SS I/1-S-1K
.11 C'0"
FIRST RACE
8:00 P.M.
NO MINORS
AUOWE0
; isepi
isei ii piccii ii.a
-Ireel
Rn \".. \ ,
i-er I of C
the |
" lo file I
..'...
' I upon
the Bill of i ,\


' illami. I
-
I R LEATHERMAN
the C|
ty, I
'
' M W STi i 'KINO
I
'N A FRIEDMAN i:-i
B l|
: ,
. l-8-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 146951
MINNIE JACKSON, Plaintiff,
" Ri il.li i Vt'KSi iN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO HARi il.D JACKS. IN,
i vddresn unknoa n
..... erve a i "i^
i'our Ai to the Bill of Com
iiiuf- attorney,
rothenbf:fwi, ISO Lin-
"i M ami lies h, Florida, and
in 11 ..in,. ,,r the
C mil ..11 or .....
fore I inr.2 othei wise,
'' Bill be 1.1. .11 .,. ..nt.....1
th das of January.
Al>
1: n LEATHERMAN,
. of the Circuit Court
THll
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT,"
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146715 ...
siiii-ilux-. .TUTuW*
S I % -13 2 2
li> R II BICE, JR.
Ili ik
has been filed ejralnJM
above entitled <>" ,.
herebj required to er\i ..
your Answer to the ';'.'.,.
for Divorce on Hw P' ... \M
neys, and file the ortarhiai n
flee ... the Clerk of the 'I'SJora*!
., before the 2I~I ''' ',. : I
othei I".- < I ': ,,.. ,
will be entered Mg."V|J; 1M1 81
Dated at Miami. Florida,
laj ..i January, >',- v,,,,;i:M^'
-allot. s!v|.:kV;:.M...V
Attorneys (or PI
M.i Initraham Bulldim.
Miami, Florida
1/23 2/1-S-1--


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1952
+Jewish ficrktian
LEGA- NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FIC
N0T NAME LAW
FICTITIOUS
K(mcF. is hereby ory*N thai
. N ,ii rtancd desiring to engage
I in.l.r tli- flclltloui name
;'!' .^.MOVIES. ,. 850 1.1m-
l .' Minn.l Beach 39. Florida.
lie with the
Court of Dade
da.
I
T
*""' -in I >r: t: II KOOLI8H
mill i: li HERMAN. Eaq.
.'V! Movie.
'_ 2 I-- I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N0 NAME LAW
v,,T|iT IS HERKIJY OIVEN that
i h f to engage In
ihi rlctltloui nai......i
II SEMBNT CO., nt 58i S.
t'.f,' (itn \i iml, l- Intend!
aith the Clerk
of Dade County,
M.KXAXPKIt SOKK
_ J 1.8 I".
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
AMENDED
JffiT'fiLfcY PUBLICAT
?2I'9L.?.Y PUBLICATION
.I JSU'H^ ar PUBLICATION IN Tut rini., UULIli"noN
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF Ft ei/tlTCi',CUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL cmcuiTol f! nll^ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLR|P* IN AND FOR Dabf ?- PA. N..AN.D.fPR DADE
county-.-,n-c*hI;ScervDE
marion obrshonowitz
also know
MARION OERSH, Plaintiff,
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
.,...... No. 146277
MILDRED BARBARA MANDT,
Plaintiff,
THEODORE EDWARD MANDT.
TO: THEODORE EDWARD^MANDY;
'.'', Mdl al am- Building
Baltimore, Marj ind
A
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'in AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27367-B
. Re: ESTATE I F
IFISIK I. I'i'llli'K. Deceased
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1. \II Creditors and AU Persons Hnr-
|,ii- Claim* or D.vnands Against
l.^iiii Estate:
IYiiii. !"'! earn of you. are hereby
liiliiil and required to present any
Lints and demands whlrh you, or
Cher "f vou. may have against the
Hale of ELSIE I. OOHlCKi deceased
h, uf Gape May County, New Jer-
i, to the Honorable County Judges
Dad* Couaty, anil file the same
Ihelr offloe In the County Court-
|jf iii Dade County, Florida, wlth-
uight calendar months front the
le uf th.- first publication hereof.
|:il claims hi' demands to contain
t wgr.A address of the claimant and
. i ni i and proaaated as ufore-
u, or Mine w ill he barred,
pat, .i. nit ii | -''<. a. I>. 1951
i UAi.TKli MECKLEY
Ah aii- lllary Executor of the
Last Will and Testament of
ELSIE L. COHICK,
i leceaaed,
buR BENJAMIN
orney for Anclllar>' KxectKor
before the nth day r February, 19JI
fI.X?uJS." ."' *?.* Judgment by de-
NOTlCE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
|FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 146851.
ry I.-.Ma-. Ames, 338 Weal Flagler
'::. M F l.i. I'laintiff, v.
Vmes, o -Mrs. Carl
I In wthorne Avenue,
. Ohio, i >efendanl
sun FOR DIVORCE
H net Blwi Amen
--''> notified that a Bill
i >i\ oi c baa b een
i-M rou are re-
of your Answer
Bill "f Complaint
I Vltoi n, \. STEPHEN
KESSLER, '.'. Weat Flagler
ft. Mia | la. and file the
1 ['leading in the
of Ihi 'lerk of the Circuit
[in on the 28th day of
I K you fail In do ao,
faull will be taken
i i fin the relief demanded
the Bill ..,' nit.
IXI> < iRDERRD at Miami.
I 2itn day of January,
B WEATHERMAN,
1 ;>. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
' '' < Seal)
By \V.\I \V. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
fault will be
ConwjSni. demnd T*6 "<
,.,'"/>K ANI ORDKRED at Miami
rl' W'* :!"" dny "' jB"u''r>:
E B. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
.<- ,. /-. Ua,le County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEME,
LEO shE|X^"U,s ''U'!U
Attorney fur Plaintiff
302 Roper Building'
Miami 32. Florida
2/D8-13-22
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 24232
In re: ESTATE OF
ELIZABETH IIOSBEIN
MacORBOOR, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TO ALL whom IT MAY CONCERN:
.Notice Is hereby given that I have
riled my final report as Administrator
of the Estate of Klizabeth Hoabeln
MacOregor, deceased: that 1 have
filed my petition for final discharge;
85 !!l;''. Wl" a"l'ly to the Honorable
F. BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, on the 28th
day of I ebruary, in:,:', for the approval
of the sun., and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate ,,f
Elisabeth Hosbein MacOreKor, de-
i as-il
DATED this th dav of January
A. I>. 1952,
WILLIAM I. I'Ai.r.nT.
Administrator of the Eatate
of Elisabeth Hoabeln Mac
Orecor, deceaaed.
2 1-8-15-22
the relief demanded in the Bill of
* oiTinlaint.
mDJilE.AN?.vORDE?B!p at Miami.
f,,-,.. u' ,nU ,th da>' ot January. A.U.
E, J!. I.KATHKRMAX,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
,r.i ,. Oade Count>. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C F1EWE.
_____ Deputy Clerk
GEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1/11-18-25 2/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 146515
IBAAK FIALKOW. Plaintiff
tina pi vLKor, Defendant
TO: TINA FIALKOW
! i-' Burroughs SI
Bi I Igepoi i. < !onnect|i ut
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOl, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complali t f.,i n
has 1,,,-n filed against you In the
ah ,\,. ntltled cause and you are
herebj required to lerve n copy of
your Ai,- to the BUI of (lomplalnt
on Plaintiff's ittorneys, ind file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
15th day of February. 1962. otherwise
a Deeree Pro I'onfesao will be entered
aKainst >.. i
Ihit.-d at .Miami, Florida, thi- 15th
day of January, !:">::
E, B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
H> : WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
PADLOT. SILVER & MILI>>Y
Attorneys for Plaintiff
S04 Insrahani Building
Miami. Florida
i/is-r, 2/i-j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
CAPTAIN DANS SMOKE HOUSE, at
171S. W, sth Street. Miami, Fla., in-
?"", to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
A. Z ALPERT
ALLEN DENN
1/11-18-23 2/1 "
TNW.T| BY PUBLICATION
^CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Finnil/i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
rm?T IN AN FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146115-J
''M. l.i us McOILL,
Vs plaintiff
?*t.-.MsOIU* defendant
sspapwF
' o r unknown
" Fioi-Mg
' i rlson)
.'lift, :m:'. A''-'i"^. re here-
tee^ ,,.;;':';-( '-"mplain,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BIG WHEEL DRIVE-IN, al 2955
S. \V. 82nd Avenue. Miami. Dade
County. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
BERNARD T. PALEY
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
203 Roper Building
Miami. Florida
2/1-8-16-82
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENT AND SERVICE, at 610 Ingra-
ham Building. Miami. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING SOLOMON
Sole Owner
1 '11-1X2", 2d
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEREE PABHION8, at 441 list
Street. Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
FRIEDA BUCHIIOIJ!
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicant
914 Soy bold Bldg.
2/1-S-13-22
filed against
ire i.iiuued to serve
ami
I
Bill
fin-.
I th" ,V,,*"'[ ^"swer or Plead-
;,. this .' ",'i:UK" Miami.
,,.-.., -.'h day of January.
*lsew ',-KArl,KMAN.
i' ',.' "vuit Court.
Dade
Seal)
flit Court -l'.""nt>' KJ"rldA
By V,M. W. STtXTKING
> a ogar CI*
ARNETT PF.LT7
--- Building
Honda *
.'0
16-33
E* RATu#nJaIauo
.'.:;:;;. ---ivania
Pr,Awer t,, ,,,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring, to engage In
busines-s under the fictitious name of
SAMS BAR AND CR1I.U at 2093
S \V 67th Avenue. West Miami. Fla.,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HELEN S B8BITT
BERICK. SHAPIRO .t- FRIED
Attorneys tor Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
2/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUN and SEA OF MIAMI, at 60 N. W.
3rd Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DA KIEL SEROTT
(Sole owner)
PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Daniel Serott
Miami. Florida
104 Ingraham Building
2/1-8-13-22
ylvania
serve a copy
' the Bui of con,.
..:;", Pontiff-, attorney,
; Lincoln Road
j "''',1.11a. and file the
' III Con'," "' "'- C,rk
17 ,,-':"" on or before
-. otherwise, said
'"h,,|> as confeased b)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MANHATTAN SANDWICH SHOP,
at 200 N. E. 1st Street. Miami. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
EDWARD SCHWARTZ
THEODORE FALK
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
:.".i! Lincoln Road
1/18-25 2/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 27222-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB M SEIDENBERG.
sometimes referred to as
J. M SEIDENBERG or
J. MICHAEL SEIDENBERG,
I'creased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate.
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JACOB M. SEIDENBERG.
sometimes referred to as J. M. SEID-
E3NBERO or .1 MICHAEL SBIDEN
BERG, deceased late of 3015 North
Bay Road. Miami Beach, Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the Hon. County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or sume will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date January 8th, AD. 1932.
BERTHA KAUFMAN
ISAAC JOFFE
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of JACOB. M.
SEIDENBERG. sometimes re-
ferred to as .1 M\ SEIDEN-
BERG or J. MICHAEL SEID-
ENBERG. Deceased.
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Executors
Kill) liiscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
1/1118-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
REEDS GIFT SHOP, at 1442 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla.. intends
to register suid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
1/..-.8-25 AN'NA PETRAS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO RESTAURANT AND
BAR. at 6453 S.W. Sth Street. Miami.
Fla., intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
I>ade Countv. Florida.
MARGARET A. MARTIN,
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2360 \V. Flagler St.
1/25 2/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. I46156-J
MIRIAM PELL SOLKOFF.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ISADORE SOLKOFF. Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ISADORE SOLKOFF
353 EAST -> STREET
NEW YORK city. NEW TORE
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint for divorce, filed
her.in on the plaintiff! attorney, Bur-
nett Roth, Bag 412 Congress Build-
ing. Miami, Florida, and to file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the above Circuit Court, on or before
February I, 1952, or a default will be
entered against you.
Dated this 3rd day of January, 1952.
B. B. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
1 teputy Clerk.
BURNETT ROTH, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1/11-18-25 21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
ESS-KAY I.ITH. > .* LETTER SERV-
ICE, a: 130 n i: jrd Street, Miami,
Fla., intend to register staid n
with the Clerk of the Circuit c irt of
Dade Com ty, Florida
IIAIliil.ii OEO, SHAPlRl
Joseph Kaufman
1 11-18-35 2 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tl I
It rslgned, dealt Ing to enga re, n
business tindei the fictitious nan,.- >l
NEVA-BURN I LAMEPROOFING
SERVICE CO., at Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, intend to reglstel said name with
tin -Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da le
County, Florida.
DANIEL HBKZP.ERG
EDDIE FABER
1/11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engag-
in business under the fictitious name
of TWIN CITY GLASS COMPANY, at
1329 20th Street. Mhimi Bealh, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
ANDREW MANTEL
MORION WEI8B
GERMHON S. Ml 1.1. El:. Esq.
Attorney for
Twin City Glass Company
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
By: Iaul A. Gross, Esq.
1/11-23 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
S. & S M R G. Sli'ER MARKET,
at 4703 S. W ,1th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MAURICE SWK'HKOW
I-Ol'IS M SWISKo
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Maurice Swlchkow
and lx>uis M. Swisko
1/11-18-25 2'1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Wie fictitious name of
JENNINGS NURSING CENTER, at
54M2 N. E. 2ml Avenue. Miami Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
Kl'SSEI.I. M JENNINGS
MARGARET A. JENNINGS
SANFORD M. SWERDLIN
Attorney for Jennings
Nursing Center
541 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
1/11-1S-25 2/1
|nrv
nil

-M'', day f January.
'' '' .''VTHEiiMAv.
' alt Court
I:>,,': BICE. JR.
D*PUty Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business un ler the fb-tltious name
of HERB Bltos, nt 6ini S. W. 8th
Street, Miami, F'b Intend to register
said name wit 'the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of C orlda,
. ,,,.,,.,. | slEIN
HERBERT I .A I BOW
A. J. KAPI.AN
Attorney for Applicants
J50 Lincoln Road
1/18-25 l/l-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRB-BY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAVOY GARDENS, at 750-7*2 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
IRVING RUBIN and
DORA RUBIN.
As Tenants by the Entireties.
an undivided H Interest.
MARTIN L. RUBIN.
an undivided % Interest.
SHIRJ.EY F. GOLDBERG.
an undivided V4 interest.
Dll-18-26 2/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 146454
LEON BECK. Plaintiff,
vs.
MINA BECK. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mina Keck
Residence unknown
You, MINA BECK, are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer or pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorneys. Myers. Helman & Kaplan,
650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida.
and file the original answer or plead-
ing in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 15th
day of February. 1932. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you*- for the relief de-
manded In the Bll lof Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 14th day of January.
1932.
E B. LJSATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. C FEIOE.
I>eputy clerk
MYERS, H El MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
l/li-25 2/1-8
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25939
RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPHINE Fi'.RDA. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f<>.*
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of JOSEPHINE EERDA. de
ceased; and that on the nth day ol
February, 1952, will apply to the
Honorable w F. BI.ANTON, one of
the County Judge* of Dole county.
Florida, for approval of said Una! re-
port and for final discharge as Exei
tor of the Estate of JOSEPHINE
FERDA. deceased.
This 11th day of January. 1952.
MAURICE FERDA
MAX It. SIEVE!'.
Attornev for Executor
l 18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BOYS' INSTRUCTIONAL TOURS, at
435 N. W. 45th Avenue. Miami. Fla..
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LEONARD WOLLMAN
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GROVE FURNITURE CO., at 3210
Douglas Road. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the.Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIDNEY SIBGEL
PALLOT, SILVER & Mt'LIAA'
Attorneys for Sidney Siegal
By: William I, Palhit
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
1/18-23 2/1-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned deslrinc to engage in
hualneM under the fletltloua name of
t'ICTl'R'" Tl''"' SERVICE, at Dade
Countv Fin tends to register
' Clerk of the
Countv. Flor-
id
1
. HOFFMAN,
i ,.-
|'\ MULLOY
Vttnrn i ''< Ion Hoffman
i
Miami. Fla.
1/11-:* ... 2/1
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23588
RE: ESTATE OP
EVA MINSK OFF. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discbarge as administrator of
the estate ol EVA MINSKOPP de-
ceased: and that on the 13th day of
February. 1952. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of EVA MINSKOFF, de-
ceased.
This 11th day of January. 1952.
SAUL MINSKOFF
MYERS. HELMAN A KAPLAN
850 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Administrator
1/18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious- name of
MIRROR SCREEN PKOCBSS. at 51*1
S.W. Itth Street. .Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRVING A. SPIEGEL
LEON J. KULLER
1/11-1.1-25 2/1
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