The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
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 )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|gME~25^ Number 10
MIAMI, FLORIDAj FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
IG DAY Here Sunday; Door Canvass Begins
icrsoii. Roosevelt To Address Stars Over Israel
BIG DAY Grand Marshal Joseph Cherner, deputy Grand Marshal Julian Venezky and other
DAY- ..ve completed final plans for Greater Miami's participation in next Sunday's'
lWide om -day door-to-door solicitation to provide added capital for financing Israel's industrial
asricultur I development.
BIG DAY *'iM mark the official opening in G reater Miami of the 1952 drive for State of Israel',
s whosi national objective is the sale of S200.000.000 in bonds during the current year. In the
eight months after the inception of the drive on May 1, 1951. more t'ran SI01.000.000 in Israeli
jshave bi en sold.
Climsx of BIG DAY will be the Stars Over Israel Purim Fiesta,
liy, March 10th. at 8 p.m., in the Miami Beach Auditorium.
fhow will feature girast speakers Mrs. Golda Myerson and
Jlin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Mrs. Myerson, Israel's Minister of Labor,
called lo Washington. D.C., for an emergency conference at the
ili Embassy. March lai and 2nd. Her return to Miami will be
Itecond within the period of one year. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr..
son of the Late Franklin D. Roosevelt, is now a Represent a-
to Congress from the 20th Congressional District of New York.
to DAY co-chairmen are Sam
E, Jack Dubinsky. Sam
Gland. Charles Fruchtman,
; Louis Glasser, Dr. Morris
dman. Mrs, A. A. Hayden.
a Jacob*. Abe Kay. Mrs. An-
Jrenner Mi yers, Dan Ruskin.
ib Sher, Carl Weinkle apd
Irwin weinstein,
ice chairmen are Mrs. Harry
Hen, 1952 chairman of the
Den's Division for State of
[1 Bonds, and Seymour Lieb-
Meadame* David Abel, Benjamin Q
it. Henn Olnabent, R berl <'< ''t^-rK.
Bee Jailer, Pried* Kalatein, Pen
Kaplan* Irving Lehrman, George Lev-
enaon, lavi<1 Levlnaon, Fanny Lleb-
man. J. Mintsea, David Obel, Harrj
IM.it'.if. Joseph Preaa, Benjamin !:
rru-r. lieinar Sherman, Beal -
Ceah Udell, Bather Oohen, Ethel !
ber*. Ann lirusRman, Max A Sifeyer-
h.-if. Harold Shapiro. E. .). Smith.
Haul*' SiiKarman and Jennie Weger
Mrs. Gersten. who will sound
the BIG DAY signal Sunday.
March 9th, at 8:40 a.m.. on
radio station WKAT. urges, all
iho^j r.ot enrolled in the Bond
Brigade to stay at home. Every
Synagogue throughout Dade
County will be open on the
Sunday to receive telephone
calls for appointments for BIG
DAY salesman to meet their
customers.
The following synagogue! are keep-
ing open noun*: Aha van Israel.
UM; Beth I-avid. gt-7Mj Beth El.
9-3004; Beth Jacob. 16130; Beth Tfil-
ah. :,-l.V.'l: Knet-eth Israel. :,-16^:
Monticello l*ark. :.S-:.25; I'oral Gab-
les Jewish ('enter. 4-8*7: Bits
I'haim. .'.6701; Fiagler-'iranada Jew-'
Aaaociatlon. 86-1037; Hebrew Acad-
Celebrity Club, will act as
master of ceremonies.
Comedian Joey Adams, recent-
ly returned from a honeymoon
trip to Israel, will participate in
the program with Gloria de
Haven, Jan Murray, Harvey
Stone, Zachary Scott, Sandra
Barton and Sam Morris.
Admission to the show is by
Bond. Each person buying a
Bor.d before March 10th, will re-
ceive two tickets which are a-
vailable at 1622 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach, and at 1703 Con-
gress Building. Miami.
Mrs. Golda Myerson as she ar-
rived at New York's Idlewild
Airport last week.
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mor-
genlhau. was shown. A week-
end at Groisinger's or the Lord
Tarlton Hotel was awarded the
major, captain or foot soldier
who sold the most bond dollars
at that point.
An added incentive to the Mi-
K rations.
Following the pattern of past
. Grea.jr Miami has been
rided into three districts.
Prvisors are Mrs. David Pol-
Miarr: Beach. Mrs. Har-
'Hosemcr. Hialeah. and Mrs.
Iniuel Sirr.onhoff. Miami and
1 Gables.
i. i fool -aoldlei
have already
l tains i read] ...
Mi David
k Bernateln.
* h'l" ''-'- CTiarlea Oott-
!' K idera, Bldnc)
" 1- mitt, ll Shapiro
Roalyn Wolff. I!
Si mat k.-i
is far an th.-
b-h "enter. 4-i4>^. Florida Kai.inu-ai ami Beach workers was announc-
255.,?"'V-!,.t,.,;',,y*H.?iv-!:.*:rh CS" ed bv Mrs. David Pollack, who
Center 48-9117; Miami has made arrangements for sev-
Keaih Jewish Center, J8-2SW; Mi.mil eral prizes to be given to out-
j*,!.;;; jss*mi iSsrssxz. **! bond ^'*r*%*
H-I0S3 V.W Rellgio eiatlon. CLptains and foot soldiers wno
n-ZMa. Temple Beth ei. S-zfel: Beth sejj the greatest dollar value in
,1T:,'ei 3zS6 "wS Miami bonds prior to 8 p.m.. Monday.
Jawu!I CwSft >:-":' and lI,1 March 10th. Mrs. Pollack stated
Jewish Center, M-417*. that among them will be a dress
Bond Booths have been placed certificate valued at S100 to be
at the Mercantile Bank Building, awarded each major, captain and
420 Lincoln Road, in Morris foot soldier who has sold the
Brothers' Department Store and largest amount in bonds by Fri-
in front of Dubrow's on the day. March 7th. at an 11 a.m.
Beach. Co-chairmen for the meeting m the King Arthur room,
booths are Mrs. Joseph Halfon 0f the Saxony Hotel
and Mrs. Hvman Stuart Kaplan. At tlhe Stars Cver Israel
At a BIG DAY rally U.t.Sun- Pg ^Monday. Mjtrch
Beach Auditorium, the grand
prize of a round trip titcket to
Israel aboard the Israeli air-
line. El Al. will be awarded to
lhe person who has sold the
greatest dollar value in bonds.
Baron oe h.rscii : layer, c.vic
End business leader, is chair-
man of the Stars Over Israel af-
fair. Paul Bruun. noiea enter-
tainment columnist of lhe Flor-
ida Sun. is program director
and Alan Gale, of Alan Galj's
day in the Fisherman's Wharf
Restaurant, each foot-soldier
was given a specific territorial
essigr.ment. including a host of
people on whom to call and a
BIG DAY kit containing fac-
tual material on Israel, a pros-
pectus, authorised credentials
and all other necessary equip-
ment for selling Bonds.
At Wednesday evening's
meetinq for workers. Bonds
Build Israel, a new sound film
bas'ad on the recent Israel trip
Maclver
NEW YORK (AJP) In the
face of strong reiterations from
two major Jewish defense agen-
cies that they would not be "co-
erced" into accepting portions of
the controversial Maclver Report,
machinery intended to implement
the 10-month-lor.g study was in
motion last week with the forma-
tion of a second committee by the
National Community Relations
Advisory Council.
The formation of the new com-
mittee this one to tackk- fi-
nances ir. the Jewish community
relations field---------came as the
NCRAC displaced plans to make
public in its entirety what was
i once a top secret blueprint fash-
'ioned by the eminent sociologist
1 Prof. Robert Maclver and inter.d-
! ed to streamline Jewish defense
(agencies and eliminate waste and
i duplication of efforts.
The financial committee*! rea-
[ tion followed on the heels of the
iappoir.tment of an earlier com-
mittee, this one to reassess goals
in the community relations field.
The committee, following the pro-
posals advanced bv Prof. Maclver.
will delve into the problem of
financing in the community rela-
tions field with ar. eye I
bringing income in line with a
program of activity.
Only recently, the American
Jewish Congress and B'nai B'rith
' repeated their willingness to
help implement NCRAC action
agreed upon at last November'?
plenary session, but warned that
they would not relinquish
respective roles of activity
American Jewish scene.
ISoiuiiaiiia Jails
Jewish Iradcrs
PERUSALEM 30.000 Jews who came her from
Rumania have signed a petition to
be presented to the Rumanian
Government protesting the arrest
of Rumanian Zionists reported
last week to have been detained
in a wave of raids against Jews,
particularly Zionists.
The petition demanded the re-
lease of all Jews arrested in these
raids and asked that they be
permitted to migrate to Israel. It
also expressed anxiety' over the
fate of the incarcerated Jew
about whom nothing more has
been heard here.
More than 140 Zionist leaders
have been seized by the police in
Rumania during the past two
weeks and several Jewish mem-
bers of the Communist Party
have been arrested on charges of
being freemasons. Rumanian lm-
|rants who arrived at Haifa
from Constanza. reported.
They said that a propaganda
trial of some of the arrested Zion-
ists on anti-state charges would
be held soon in Bucharest. The
Rumanian Communists have
stepped up the campaign against
Israel and are doing everything
possible to deter Jews from seek-
ing to emigrate to the Jewish
State, the immigants reported.
Large posters have been display-
ed showing naked children in the
Israel immigrant camps and
bearing the admonition: "Don't
leave the advantages vou enjoy in
Rumania for unemployment and
misery in Israel."
Congressional
Hills Opposed
NEWARK JTA OpD"
to the McCarren and Walter bills
for recodification of the United
States Immigration Laws
voiced her this x k y three
agencies of the Newark J
communit)
The Jewish Family Servic
:ution. the Bureau of S
to the Foreign Born and the C >m-
:... ; lations Committee of
Community Council
called for return of the bills for
further study to the Senate and
House judici irj mittees.
Rabbi Miller To
Class Prayers Speak Here At
Breakfast March 16
vwi]r. ?* Mr*hal for BIG DAY Julian
CoBuBi,,'. ,rm"" National Executive
"ie. Stale of I,,.,! Bonds.
State of Israel Bond*.
NEW YORK CITY 'AJF The
running battle posed
daily prayers in the public
schools reached a n.
stage last week with a maj
gion of the Anti-Defam ti
League on record opposing the
plan and a Protestant teachers
group here lending the idea its
backing.
National Jewish bodies mean-
while pushed plan.- I r the pres-
entation of opposition views at a
public hearing here next month
before the Board of Educati
tended to air both sides (
NY State Regents' propos.
sue.
Latest to join an expanding list
of Jewish bodies opposing the
plan was the Eastern. P,
Board of the ADL. It adi pted a
resolution against the daily pray-
er idea at an -\
her*1 la-t week. The region i
ADL units in the New
area.
But even as the ADL region
formally annexed its name to the
opposition list, the Protestant
Teachers Association endorsed
the controversial program. Jew-
ish group* and others contend the
prayer plan represents a viola-
tion of the traditional American
stand of separation of church and
state.
Rabbi Irvine Miller, outstan -
ing Zionist leader and form.- r
t of the American J-
will head a pro-
-eduled to launch the
Mi Topoiitan Campaign of the
1952 Combined Jewish Appeai
Sunday, March 16th. 10 a.m.
Ann nt of Rabbi
nee to address thf?
...... .'a.- made
Weinkle, Campaign chai -
man of the Annual Appeal.
Miller, a noted
a_d
idiences and mass meet
ughout the nation and
ippt ; : on such mt-
le radio programs as ABC
I ael.
Nearly 1000 Area cha.
"htirmen. majors. <
tains, a>id Camp
expected at the Kick-off Bre
which will be held in the
Miami Beach Masonic Hall. I
Street and Alton Road. Metrop
t?n L'r.it Chairman Frederic K.
Shochet has announced that res-
ervations for the Breakfast are
now being acceded. A surp:
program including unusual enter-
tainment will also be featured, it
was announced ty Chairman,
het.


PAGE 2 A
vJeHlst fhrkUan
FRIDAY, MARCH 7.
Women's Gift Affair Meets At Saxony
On Tuesday; Madam Oppert To Speak
A Purim Festival to select a
Queer For The Day will be held
on Tuesday, March 11th. 12 p.m..
Room of the Sax-
ony H in behalf o; the 1952
L Appeal.
the chairman.
i in Weinstein, the event
will highlight ;\ selection of
Qui en I who will be tl e
recipient ->f wardrobe prizes a:- I
veil by Greater Mi-
ami merchants as their expres-
sion o! confidence and support of
the annual Women's Gifts Affair.
- will include a gown cre-
ation by Madeline Moore, a pair
of Shirley-Kay shoes, an Ann
'Jeffries gown. Kclmore i<
; a permanent wave by S
Nathan, flowers by Marcel and
a nip to Havana supplii
Farr Tours. Tlv Q
Lceive her official crown :: -
Mrs. \Vi instein.
i Gue>: speaker will be Mme.
Paulctte Oppert. the hero:
time undeiground leader who
was responsi li for saving the
lives of thousands of Jewish
children in occupied Europe.
! Mme. Oppert has traveled ex-
tensively in Israel and has visit-
ed Jewish communities in North
Africa and the Middle East.
where she was an eye-witness to
1 Operation Magic Camet. through
which Jewish refugees were
flow,n by plane from inaccessible
Moslem countries to Israel. Born
and educated in France, where
, she became a registered nurse,
she headed the nursing staff of a
| French war hospital during the
' first year of World War II. earli-
er doing social work in a child-
ren's home in Tours.
Captured by the Nazis. Mme.
Oppert's husband was killed
, when he refused to betray the
underground.
Assisting Mrs. Weinstein as co-
chairmen of the event will be
Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Mrs. Tena Katz.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger and Mrs.
.< Kogan.
Genera] campaign chairman of
I he Women's Division of the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal is Mrs.
Glasser. The Women's Un- ,
i'.s havi I 74'; of their cam-
quota, leading all othi :
the campaign, it has
n rentl} :.:. unced by Mrs.
i i
Dr. Jospe Inspects
Hillcl Group Here
Dr. Alfred Jospe. director of
| Programming and Resources of
i the N Staff of B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation-. en in-
cal Hilk'l group at
the I': iversity of Mil mi and
: ring with leade: s <>: the
South Florida B'nai B'rith Lodg-
A ies.
D:\ Jospe addressed the Hillcl
Advisory Council last evening,
-n. aking to si vi ral .
of Hillel students .." tl I'n:v< i-
sity campus. He is scheduled to
address members of Sholem
. B'nai B'rith. today, noon,
at the Miami Colonial Hotel.
A member of the Rabbir.ate.
Dr. Jospe received his PhD de-
gree from the University of Ber-
lin. Before assuming his pn -< nl
duties on the staff of the nation-
. al office of B'nai B'rith Hillel
' Foundations in New York, he was
' Hillel director at the University
of Indiana. One of the features
of his visit here will be his ad-
dress tonight. 8 p.m.. at the Israel
Cavalcade where the University
of Miami is holding an Oneg
Shabat.
The evening's program will
serve as a laboratory exercise for
students studying Israeli Art and
Hebrew.
Hillel students are now also
completing plans for their annual
Purim Carnival and Queen Es-
ther Contest, to be staged at the
Hillel House on Wednesday,
March 12th. Twelve booths will
be erected, representing the var-
ious fraternal and -independent
r_anizations belonging to Hillel.
Funds derived from the affair
will be added to the student
building fund.

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N'OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to erica*
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said name with the Clerl. of the i
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North Dade Center
Has Siyum Hatorah
The North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 West Dixie Highway, North
Miarr.i. will hold a Siyum Hator-
ah on Sunday afternoon, March
9th, at 3 p.m.
The Tnrah will be presented by
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham L; vin, ol'
New York City, in honor of their
son-in-law, Murray Apfelbaum,
Center president. A silver crown
and breastplate will be presented
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
Miami Manada
Has M'arty
Traditional refreshments, en-
tertainment, dancing and Purim
pranks will be featured at a Pur-
im Party sponsored by Masada,
Miami Young Zionist District, to-
morrow evening, 8:30 p.m.
The affairs will be held at the
home of Miss Marcia Anthone,
821 SW 72nd Avenue.
feld in honor of their parents
A Musical Cantata, rendered by
Cantor Samuel Kelerner
highlight the program.
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DAy, MARCH 7. 1952
* Jen iit fkrkfar
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
THE JEWS OF SOUTH AFRICA
. Mte: Mr. Simonhoff is currently in South
W~y as future articles written by him.
J" f, Flondian by Overseas Airmail.;
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Ifrcc
p home of Paul Kruger is a national
. n r crottea, letters, swords, pictures.
ne. >". of tnc last President of the Trans-
itian," displayed. Among the mementos.
J* '". nta hang in a prominent place. A
}t ',< 1882 is from the Congregation of
i* Store The other is a Mizrach in bold Hebrew
r*n Fiench script from the Askenazic
Psn3,?r Jerusalem, signed in 1893 by the Chief
T??UC^i^ Salant These scrolls attest to the friend-
thatexisted between the Boers and the Jews.
ilER FR/-VD5H;P
_ >he 19th century. English. Dutch and Ger-
I ,l'l'.". to trickle into Capetown. They wrote
about the Promised Land they found. The civil-
j'ttitude t wards them was in marked contrast to
ri-rharous treatment in central and eastern Europe.
l, must have spread, for when the Czars began
K.nnirra'= in 1881. Jews from Lithuania also lmmi-
H1 South Africa. With bundles on their backs,
Meed the sparsely setUed veld. The Boer farm-
Ereceived them hospitably and bought their wares
Liort they were welcome in the lonely farms and
IXc The Deddler was the link with the outside
Cm Thev listened to his stories of life in the old
LrW in tar away cities. But there was also a spirit-
ihnnd The Bible-reading Voortrekkers saw in them
^descendants of the Children of Israel who made the
tat Trek in the wilderness to escape the Egyptian op-
iJssor: like themselves, the Israelites made for the free
mdof Promise.
I JEWISH COSTR1BVTIOS
As usual thev prospered. The diamond mines of
Woe'Iv "i 'he gold mines at Johannesberg. but for
kil Rhodes would have been exclusive Jewish mdus-
Xhree Jews acquired most of the diamond stock
itheea" Ksmberly boom. Rhodes took one of them
Ita .;' ate. He'was then able to buy out Barney
[ rVooli Joel. Yet the leaders in the mining
jtid of South Africa are still Jews. ,
In the Uni Ml of South Africa, Jews are the best
inters of corn, tobacco, potatoes, apples, oranges and
nai They are ai .
and wine-growers rhej are -
wholesale trade. They have a virtual m D | ly of
the theatre I .--. y are increa nngl |
.^nd. The practice 01 -.. in
hands. Many Jews a;e V. rs: s
There are today nine Jewish members of Parliament.
BOER ESTEEM WANES
Obviously Jt nil ntributi at | industry
ture and civilization in South Africa are considerable.
Yet the early friendly feeling] :' the Boers began to
cool. The reasons are not quite ck When cne con-
siders the potential dangers lu:k:r. the racial re-
st :.'.:;ients seething in the overwhelming 80'i majority
ct the^submerged non-Europeans, it would seerr. that
the 20 i white minority should unite :n a solid phalanx.
One would think that the Africaners, having 2 slim
majority ove. the English whom they detest, would
welcome an alliance with the 100.000 or more Jews, who
possess the intellectual acumen, the business ability, the
energy and drive, which the Boers generally lack. But
a creeping anti-Semitism was already in evidence be-
fore the Nazi agents began to infect the world at large,
and the Africaners in particular, with their anti-Jewish
venom.
CLOSISG THE GATES
The desire to exclude immigrants indicated the
change. The government was. no doubt, influenced by
the US Immigration Act passed in 1922. But American
conditions were altogether different. The USA had a
population of 110.000.000 with an oversupply of labor.
Underpopulated South Africa, with every kind of na-
tural resource waiting to be trapped, was virtually a
vacant country. Every white person is an asset in a
land of primitive blacks, living idly in Kraals, unable
or unwilling to plant an ear of corn or plow a foot of
the fertile soil. General Jan Smuts, then Prime Min-
ister, advocated a liberal immigration of white settlers
to offset the potential avalanche of the black natives
upon the outnumbered Europeans. Yet the Quota Act
of 1930 cut down to 50 a year all immigrants from
Latvia or Lithuania, from Poland or Hungary.
NAZI PROPAGASDA
The Nazi persecutions were exciting much comment
everywhere. In 1936. the Dutch Reformed Synod met
at Bloerr.fontem. ttempted to penetrate the Al-
te of M to 61, the Transvaal Con-
;ecided '.: the Jews wen aftei all, a :
God"s chosen pec? treatment was left to Chris-
tian r, a resolution with-
- : : .\ .v ;. v. .. .1
:n a Boe.- ass* ., been unthir.K :;:-.
ins, pini as The Africaner
t siti n I England made them friends of Hitler ".
ble ^r.d tuous General Herzog would Q ".
believe that Germany was out for world dominat; r..
A fanatic group Osseua Brandurag. Sentinels of the
Ox-Wagon, wore the Swastika, gave the Nazi salute.
sang Deutchland Uber Alles. and shouted Or.e G 1,
One Faith. One Folk. While Genera! Smuts was de-
ng Fascl ughout Africa, these Africaner
ere attacking Jews and soldiers :
. the Broederband. a Ku Kluxery with< lit lence,
the party of Dr. Malan which excludes Jews, app 1
liberal, humane and cosmopolitan.
BOER ASD ENGLISHMAN
Yet it would be wrong to imply that the farmer
Boer is personally vicious or vindictive. The Jews, in
the main, do not feel insecure. Strange to say, they
prefer the Africaner with all his narrow crudities to
the well-bred Englishman, who, a wholesome tolerant
person on his island, takes on a caste-bound snobbery
as soon as he quits the soil of Britain. Unlike the Eng-
lish, the Africaner trades in Jewish stores: his lawyer
and doctor are Jews. His prejudices are more the re-
sult of intensive nationalist propaganda than de^p-
rooted or indigenous.
THE BRIGHTER SIDE
In the 1948 election, the Nationalists made use of
anti-Semitism for campaign fodder. But since coming
into power. Dr. Malan's party has calmed down con-
siderably on anti-Jewish utterances. In fact. Jews hive
little complaint against the government, except lack of
political influence and public positions. Some Jews '. n 1
elated over the official respect maintained towards the
Jewish Republic. Long before England or any mem-
ber of the British Commonwealth, the Union of South
Africa recognized Israel. This caused many an Eng-
lishman to cut his nose and spite his face. He voted
against General Smuts and lost British preeminence as
a ruling caste.
eth David To
Jonor Rabbi Shapiro
Phe Beth David Congregation
i S.>v '- will honor Rabbi
: Shapiro during late Friday
ung services tonight. 8:15
k. at 2625 SW 3rd Avenue.
occasion will mark the
pfction by Rabbi Shapiro of
Ween years of service to the
ngreg.t. on and the community
large.
(Active Senior Rabbi in Greater
pmi, Ra bi Shapiro has served I
Plan Music Festival Here Marvh 23rd. in Auditorium Forum Hears Steinbaum
*
The program committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Music
Council, of which Mrs. Irwin ,
Weinstein and Joseph Duntov
are co.-chairmen. at its last meet-
ing selected narrators for a Mus-
ic Festival which will take place
00 Sunday. March 23rd. at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Narration will te done by
Stanley Myers, Judge Kenneth
Oka and Mrs. Harold Turk.
Myers is one of the organizers
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, its first president and
frequent Campaign chairman.
For 5 years, until 1950. he was
president of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. Myers received
a citation as Jewish Man Of The
Year in 1950. from the Phi Ep-
silon Pi Fraternity. At present,
he is president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, with which the Music Coun-
cil is affiliated.
Judge Oka. who is chairman of
the Music Council, is also con-
nected with civic and philan-
thropic organizations here and is
vice president of Temple Beth
Sholom. He was one of several
narrators at last years Jewisn
Music Festival.
Mrs. Harold Turk majored in
1 drama at New York University.
1 For several years, she performed
| character parts on a national ra-
I dio radio hook-up. She is cur-
rent president of the Greater Mi-
ami Brandeis University Wom-
I en's Committee, and at this year s
annual meeting, performed the
role of Anna in excerpts from
The King And I.
Jean Bedetti. who will be Fes-
tival soloist, for many years was
solo 'cellist of the Boston Sym-
phony Orchestra and since 1948.
has been connected with the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music
as teacher of 'cello and chamber
music,
been approved and the choral
parts distributed to the partici-
pating groups. These include the
Cantors' Association Choir and
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Choir, both under the leadership
Final draft of the script has
' of Robert Strassburg: the Ha-
I dassah Choral Group, under Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein: the Beth Shol-
om Sisterhood Choral Group, un-
der Cantor Samuel Kelemer; and
h" T>mple Israel quartet, under
John Burr.
Tomorrow evening at 8 30 p m..
Der Yiddisher Forum will near
I. Steinbaum discuss: The Jew-
ish College StudentHis Ideals
And Aspirations. An open dis-
cussion will follow. The forum
meets in the Conference Booms
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. 420 Lincoln Read.
Voting is a civic duty Don't
neglect it. Register before April
5th Vote May 6th.
LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVINC BLASBERC
R Max Shapiro
during his many years as a
I faculty of the Uni-
rersity. ;,, a representative of the
pwisr. lnjty over tne radio
I at Round Table discussions
f !,h repi tatives of other
Puns. In 1944. he was elected
l-e only delegate to the World
Is*'-n Confiress frorn this area
Iti,Wn ?s t0 the American Jew-
pn Lonferer.ce. representing the
r\? Amerlca 'n Israel.
Kab.,i Shapiro was one of the
E9g">zeri and presidents of the
-'onist Organization of Greater
"i"?1 and has actively partici-
mim. 'n aU maJr Jewish com-
inr""!y affairs. He served as
IsT- nlof the Jewish Social
I7ZI'ce Bureau and also of the
IK Counci' of Greater Miami.
Iidf-M #nL- Rabbi ShaP>ro is pres-
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Jewlsti tier id tor,
FHIDAY, MARCH 7, |i
EDITORIAL
BIO DAY i
This Sunday, March 9lh, will be celebrated as
BIG DAY by Jewish communities throughout the
United States. The celebration will take the form
of a house-to-house campaign led by thousands
of trained volunteers, who will bring the story of
Israel Bonds into virtually every Jewish home in
the country.
In a world still reeling from the destruction
of global war and anxiously preparing to meet
the possibilty of a third conflict, Israel has re-
mained a staunch example of courage, work, and
faith in the midst of seeming chaos. Her demo-
cratic-minded people, ignoring the symptoms of
such outburst, have flung wide their gates to re-
ceive a flood of unskilled refugees and have gone
forward with their carefully designed program to
transform an ancient land into a coveted hub of
commerce and industry.
But such apparent avoidance of the pressing
global problem in favor of personal growth has
left the new state's infant economy considerably
weakened. Israel's great need has thus been for
capital with which to make a reality of her am-
bitious plans.
The Bonds of Israel Campaign has been rep-
resentative of the best method of raising funds
for the new state's pioneering ventures. The
S500,000,000 issue is expected to provide the cap-
ital in three years which is needed to achieve
economic independence. In less than one year,
SlOl.000,000 in Israel Bonds have been sold in
this country, both to Jews and non-Jews alike.
The response has encouraged leaders of the cam-
paign to set a 1952 goal of S200.000.000 in ad-
ditional sales.
From the chaos of World War II, Israel has
emerged as a vital democratic force in the Mid-
dle East, taking her natural place as an inde-
pendent member of the family of free nations.
American Jewry has watched with understand-
ing, sympathy and economic aid Israel's brave
efforts to overcome a host of obstacles. But Is-
rael's epic struggle for economic independence
must be further augmented.
Thus, Sunday, March 9th, will indeed be a
BIG DAY. Here, in Miami, Jewish families
whether volunteer Bond salesmen or stay-at-
homes awaiting volunteerswill participate in
the Day's program of intensive educational and
sales effort for the Israel Bond Issue. They will
cct on both levels to insure the new state's future
as a democracy and as a haven for those fleeing
from oppression.
I

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IS>I Cross
At a time when the Jewish Community is be-
ing called upon to support many fund-raising
campaigns in behalf of the new Jewish state, we
are confident that it will remember its role as an
active, well-informed segment of the area at large
and that it will give unstintingly to the Dade
County Chapter, American Red Cross Campaign,
currently participating in the national drive.
Every part of our American community is the
benefactor of the Red Cross. We need not re-em-
phasize the organization's work in times of na-
tional and local disaster and as an agent for the
dissemination of medical knowledge and social
service. The Jewish community here will thus
show its faith in a truly democratic venture by
giving to the limit of its means.
1*1111111
The season for reading the Megillah has
again. Purim will once more kring back the"
sounds of noise-makers as a symbol of Ip 3
triumph over the iniquities of the ancient Perti
prime minister, Haman. "
There are few of us who are unacquaint,
with the tale of this tyrant's effort to establish hi
self as a divine power and, in the process, t01
terminate the Jews of his era. In bitter fash
Haman's story may become somewhat lauc
able, so close is it, both in time and nature
another tyrant's of the '30's and early '40's.
That men through the ages have sought to A
away with the Jewish people in one way or ai
other bespeaks the weakness of their life's m
pose. It is significant however, that no individu
(and, by extension, no nation) thus inclined ev
came to an enviable end. Haman's Persia, L
example, once a great state politically and e'eor
omically, the seat of an important religion and thi
inspiration of much fine literature, in our owi
time finds itself still shackled by medieval mode
of existence, its people sick, largely illiterate an
weary.
The Megillah tells us that Haman found him
self hanging on the very gallows he had coj
structed for Mordecai. No one is as certain
his modern counterpart's fate. But it can surel
be assumed that if Herr Adolph Hitler did
destroy himself in the Wagnerian fashion de
cribed by the press some seven years ago, h
finds no satisfaction in the political and spirituo
emergence of those children of Israel he ha
whipped so mercilessly.
We may thus regard the Megillah and thi
stories of all tyrants as prophetic; justice, it
felt, must inevitably triumph. Yet, the Jews
Haman's day solved their problem with a s
plicity that ought cause us all considerable envy|
Esther's beauty brought back reason to a situatio
that had become unreasonable in the extreme,
would be a sign of divine working if beauty sue
as hers could currently swerve the course of wh
seems inevitable world disaster.
For, in her symbolic explanation of Haman
character to Ahasuerus, Queen Esther said: W
were sold out, I and my people, to be destroye
Were modern beauty as eloquent and purposS
ful, we might be more assured of our futur^
Meanwhile, we may only continue to be nostalgJ
in this regard, to join in Purim's fun and to hai
our latest triumph over tyranny with the bes
possible answer to tomorrow's potential execi
tionersthe fervent support of Israel's rebirth.
Views Jewish Music
(Ed I i ot( The folU i
o icritii'it as a tribute
7'. Jewish Music Month. The
0 ithor is a Jewish composer, con-
dor and musicologist.)
Bv SHOLOM SECUNDA
Nati na in i been
; source ol discussion among
lovers, n
c ritics and musii | >|
natii n I i many y< i
Th< .'ays tho mo
c" music is inti (-nation-
al ':' tl I nati nali m n
music. It
that n usic is an in-
guage in I
an the
ige nil p.
'in deny, though
B atn .... Song'
Wh.. can i:
that Enesco's -Rou-
an Rl apsody' does not sound
Rourni nian? Who can dispi
' n folksong, thi Ne-
gr i spiritual or American jazi
an aspect ol its individual 'idiom-'
On. di not have to know the
entire Russian musical literature
to recognize the Russian color
in its music, and whether one
lives in China, Siberia or any
part of South America, everyone
will identify the blues as an
American product.
There are certain character-
istics that put an identification
tag on national music. If it is
true in the case of one nation.
can be no argument against
tl contention of those who in-
sist tl at there li a Jewish music.
Who, more than the Jew among
civilized peoples, i an boast of a
musical heritage comparable to!
the treasure which he guarded,
si metimi s -it the sacrifice of life,
' u' many centuries in
''' Wi.o among na-
tion can rightfully claim
a musi. al tradition, a musical
Chan\ as the ancient Kad-
dish sung by our cantors and
the conclusion of
: At ."..-
: t?
It is true that the period of
the endli oersecutioi
nstant .
1 I many vi riatioi
'
sourc,. of inspiration in I
T pi. Then .;
to the i
I ::i t large estras
'
pulsoi under
aw.
It is on

"
and it ternal re.
turning back to 1 H eland.
le for tl
'" el
- i..... nations. Je\
ut i. v. ver at a
still. In on another,
Jewish music was en ati to
serve the conditions, need I
di mands through the ages. What
other people with a country can
list the countless names in the
sciences, in the arts and in di-
plomacy? An inexhaustible
wealth Of folk songs adds to the
pride of Jewish people because
tin-v were created under the most
trying circumstances.
In the last one hundred years,
when the Jews in one country
or another were subjected to per-
secutions that have no parcllel
m the history of mankind, the
Jewish people created a Jewish
theatre which for a long time
held an enviable position in the
amusement world. Tho,.
upon thousands of songs ol a
popular nature .... re created for
the Jewish theatre, songs that
brought joy and satisfaction, rec-
reation anil entertainment to mil-
lions of Jews when they most
needed it. A vast catalogue of
liturgical music based upon the
fundamentals of our ancient tra-
dition was composed.
In the days of the pogroms in
Russia, a group of ambitious, tal-
: musicians formsd an or-
ation to develop and pro-
mote Ji wish Music. To an al-
y rich catalogue were added
chamber music, art songs, string
quartete and innumerable ar-
i ing mi :. : J( songs.
'i! and enthusiasm bi -
gan to cultivate Jewi
United Stal | America
I t, by the grant who
.
y tl nd and third
I that

nate n
m .
i I council
it- oi
: n ke the
.1 her-
n to lovi n
ten 1
Ev! J h C. ;.-: ui the
country today
to teach children
tonal singing as well as
Israeli sons
The time designated for a Jew-
unsuccessful Music Week, but to-
oay it js celebrating a very suc-
cessful Music Month with major
[symphony orchestras perform-
ing great Jewish compositions
, based on Jewish themes, biblical
.timely and traditional. Publica-
tions of Jewish sacred and secu-
mn, music are b<-ing increased
moie and more each year. New
music arriving from Israel points
to a new and ever-growing life
in Jewish music in Israel.
The time is rear when that
question, "Is there a Jewish mus-
ic'.' will become obsolete.
in!hois Head
Florida Poetry
Devotees of poetry heard a
pant 1 of its leading exponents
1. st week when the Miami Memo-
trial Public Library, Bayfront
Park, presented the second in its
Spring scries of five Florida Au-
thor Nights.
Presiding was Vivian Laramore
Racier. Florida's poet laureate
since 1931. Illustrating the eve-
ning's theme. Florida's Poetry:
Language In Beauty, where verse
ri adings by poets prominent in
and national literary cir-
1 included Lillian Grant,
Harriet Gray Blackwell, Hannah
Kahn. Orma Jean Surbey, Stella
m Tuttle and Cecil Rock-
well.
To Launch
Independent Drive
NEY Y0RK (JTA "
American Jewish Committee an^
the Anti-Defamation League
B'nai B'rith will laun in |
pendent fund-raising
Angelts through the Joint DH
fense Appeal, it wa.- ;inur..^
here.
"The division of ti
leaders to go directly t the coraj
munity for support was made]
necessary by continuing reducj
tior.s in the alloca' I
available to the JDA the Lo*|
Angeles United Jewish WelfWi
Fund." the announcement s--w-|
The JDA this weai i 'I
ducting independent campaign |
in New York and Chi
You can help get out the vote
this year. Don't be content to just
cast your own ballot. Urge neigh-
bors and friends to register and
vote. Registration books close
April 5th.
Arthur Shutkin
MHvn Her<* At till
Arthur Shutkin. of 8636 Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, died
in a local hospital here late last
week. He was 68.
Formerly of Milwaukee, Wis-
consin, Mr. Shutkin came to Mi-
ami last year and helped in the
celebration arrangements of the
Jewish National Fund's 50th Jub-
ilee at the request of Mendel
, Fisher.
! .uHewas executive director of
,the Keren Kayemeth for 1951.
He was also JNF's executive di-
rector in all South American
countries and was instrumental
in obtaining support from that
area when the Palestine Par-
tition Plan was presented to the
. UN. In Wisconsin, Mr. Shutkin
! lilr ;n instrumental in raising
JNF totals from $6,000 to $100,-
Mr. Shutkin is survived by one
son, Stephen Shutkin. professor
of medicine at Yale University,
>/! one daughter. Mrs. Irving
wertha n. r, ol Milwaukee. He
also leaves three grandchildren.
His remains were sent to Mil-
waukee I,,,- services and inter-
ment by the Miami Beach River-
side.
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avoid the last minute rush. H*T
member the books cl >se Apr|
5th.
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jounce New Adult ,
fourses In Jewish Studies
Zw, Irvine Lchrman, of the
JffmclTjewS* Center, and ,
*' ,,iir B Liebmar. chairman
SSMft Education Commit-
J. announce the beginning of
11 our-. > lor the Spring Se-
,. College of Adult
Jewish S ...
'tram 8 to 9 p.m., classes will
he conducted in the Hebrew Lan-
x lea en-
nta In Jewish
: 9 to 10
on
.: in the School
,ntro"
Barton's Holds
Writing Contest In
Religious Schools
mis all over the
announcing Bar-
ion's 3rd annual writing contest.
18 years, the con-
conducted in three
in the individual
ry city for a city-
nd ending in a
with a S100 Is-
first prize, a S50
st cond pr:ze and
ip in Barton's Sweet-
Club as third prize.
en may submit an
r an original story
. : >ur topics:
ath Me na To Me,
A Jew Means To Me,
te Of Israel Means
Judaism And Democ-
be submitted by
nts to principals of:
ticipating religious
Sunday. March 23rd.
T ;.:/_ winning entry
t ity-wide contest.
9avk Iti inv To
Hv Har Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Levine.
of 2910 SW 1st Street. Miami, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of I
son. Jack, to be held in the Beth

Kraft Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Maurice Kraft,
formerly of Charleston. South
Carolina, will take place in
. Mour.t Nebo Cemetery on Sun-
day. March 9th. 1 p.m.. with
S. Machti .
Friends and relativi -
re un-
li'r the direction of Sanci
Silverstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jacob
Silverstein. formerly of 1762 Mar-
seilles Drive. Miami Beach, will
[take place Sunday. March 9th. at
: Mt. Nebo Cemetery. 12 roan.
Rabb; Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Silverstein is su:
bv hi Pauline. Friends
' and relatives are asked to at-
tend. A: under
ectioi the Thurn nd M >n-
Berezof Unveiling
Dedication of s monument to
the memory of the late Hyman
Joseph Berezof. formerly ot Mi-
ami Beach, will take place Sun-
ui-v. March 9th. at 11 a.m.. with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. Mr. Berezof is survived lo-
callv by his daughter. Mrs .
S : ins. Harry and Dave.
all of Miami B
Monument Company is in i
...
I
winning essay from
v. ill ther. be sent to
nbonniere or. Sunday,
judging in a na-
ti est. The national con-
test is now being or-
Stephen Klein, president
o: Barton's Bonbonniere an-
nounc
Intermarriage Favored
In Gallup Poll
NEW YORK CITY (AJP>
M than half of the American
i in a cross-section
poll recently endorsed inter-
between Jews ar.d
a national public opin-
i :. ,.:med this week.
Jack Lerine
David Synagogue tomorr< w
morning at 9 a.m. |
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at the Citrus Grove |
Junior High School.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Butterman. of '
Pawtucket. Rhode Island. Pa-
il grandparent is Mrs.
Blanche Levine. of Miami Beach.
Obituaries
ABRAHAM RABINOW
Kherl
l:".,,, h, dl< d '' bruary -'I' H
5 ''
.....wnt l 1 R iawa>.
New v men!
i> the Beach Memorial Cha
IRVING KOBUEY
-,4 ol 2tr." Sorth Bay Road. Miami
p., ,,), b i--' 'i away on Febi uary -
ai hi.- home He l survived bj
wife. Miriam, and bj three
Richard. Donald and Steven H
leaves -i fall i Uudwls, a roil ,
George, ai I stei Tea*. Sen
. o l ebruary l< t the B.
Mi n rial rhanel. s I R
Saroi offlclatine Interment wan on
the Qracelaod Cemetery.
K ROBERT ''' VEN
A( K423 c illlni Avenue. Miami
died on l- .....
survived bi hi- R' se *
ent to N w Sort Cltj ,- ;
and Interment y>- tn-
-1
w ere
i
Memorial Chapel
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7 10J
DAY SWEEPS MIAMI
Co-Chairmen

Cherner, Venezky
Lead Bond Drive
n a nationwide canvass of unparalleled scope, an Israel
Bond Brigade of tens of thousands of men and women will con-
duct a door-to-door, one-day sales campaign for State of Israel
Bonds from one end of the country to the other on Sunday,
March 9th.
" Under the slogan "March out
] for Israel on March 9th." more
than 1.000 Greater Miami volun-
Iteers will visit some 10.000 Jew-
ish homes on BIG DAY. equipped
with literature, pledge forms and
a smile of greeting.
eph Cherner, whose naming
as Grand Marshal of BIG DAY
rated preparations, declar-
e i t 'day that "This day's i.'ii-
to the State of Israel
cat not be overemphasized. This
nationwide effort n list show the
people Israel that America has
faith in them. This is our day.
Let us make it :i great Jewish
Day."
Deputy Marshal Julian B.
Venezky. chairman of the na-
tional executive committee for
Israel Bonds, who has devoted
almost his entire Florida winter
to lh national campaign here,
asserted, "Let us overlap and
break across organizational
lines if necessary. Above all, .
lei us march toqether for Is-
rael on BIG DAY."
Scyn ur B Liebn in, chair-
ed iun-
0 and Mrs.
Harry Gerst ai I the
W I :' Di\ have accepted
ts of vice (hairmen for
; DAY. Under their direction.
Vi ry major Jewish organization
has lolled up its sleeves for the
unprecedented house-to-house ef-
fort.
Guided by the trial run BIG
DAY operations in several large
cities throughout the country,
the local project is working
from carefully scanned precinct
lists in the selection of pros-
pects.
An intensive advertising and
publicity campaign has requested
all of South Florida Jewry to
remain at home Sunday until
they lave been called upon to
buy Israel Bor.ds.
Organized under three super-
visors Mrs. David Pollack,
for Miami Baach and adjacent
i communities; Mrs. Samuel Sim-
onhoff, for Miami. West Miami
and Coral Gables; and Mrs.
Harry Roseman. for Hialeah
and North Dade scores of
majors and captains will co-
ordinate the activities of the
Bond Brigade on BIG DAY.
All persons purchasing bonds
on Sunday will be given free
tickets of admission to the gi-
gantic Purim Fiesta, Stars Over
Israel, which will climax BIG
DAY Monday. March 10th, in the
luxurious Miami Beach Auditor-
ium.
Bonds bought between Feb-
ruary 10th and March 10th. en-
title the purchaser to free ad-
mission to hear Mrs. Golda My-
erson and Franklin D. Roose-
velt, Jr.
Build Israel with Bonds on
BIG DAY'
Co-Chairman
Mrs. A. A. Hay den
Mrs. Louis Glusser
Sam Blank
vice chairmen Stars Over Israel
Rally Set Monday]
One of the most spectacular shows ever to be staged in the!
Miami Beacr. Auditorium will bring BIG DAY to a dramatic con-
clusion when thousards of Greater Miamians will hear an up-to-the-l
minute report ob the economic progress of Israel by Mis. Golda
Myerson, Monday night. March 10th. at 8 p.m. Her talk will open
a giant Purim Fiesta called Stars Over Israel.
The dynamic Israel Minister of
Seymour Liebman
Mrs. Harry Cerslen
Co-Chairman
Dr. Morris Goodman
Carl Weinkle
Youna Bond Seller
The youngest Bond seller in
the community is undoubtedly
Master Richard Alexander Haul-
ers, nearly four years old. the
son of Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kaud-
ers and grand nephew of Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan. He sold Dr
Kaplan a bond, when in his own
small voice he asked the Rabbi
to purchase one from him.
Fiesta Chairman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Stais
Ovei Israel Purim Fiesta chair-
man
! Labor will return to ihe Auditor-
jiuni exactly 10 months alter i
launching the South Florida
campaign with an address that
still leaves a vivid impression]
on the 3.000 who heard her hst
May 10th, the third anniversary
of Israel's IndeDendeme.
Representative Franklin Del-
ano Roosevelt. Jr., an outstand-
ing friend of Israel in the Con-
gVm of the United States, will
report to Mrs. Myerson and the
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity on the tremendous na-
tional impact of the success to
date of the $500,000,000 Israel
Independence Issue.
A star-studded entertainment
lineup that includes Joej A
Gloria De Haven. Jan
Zacharv Scott and Harvi Stoa
has been arranged y |
chairman P::ul Biuun. n
ida Sun Columnist. Pop il u
Gale will be master ui
ies.
The Purim Fitsta
B. ron de Hirsch M
"This great celebration will cli-
max one of the most sig
efforts ever attempted !
Jewiy. Its success, h v
oi ly be assured by 1
tion of all of our goai
DAY. For Israel, v..
Peggy Kaplan
Accepts Position
Of Bond Head
Hadassah's pace-setting role in
the South Florida Israel Bond
campaign received further impet-
us recently when Mrs. Peggy
Kaplan accepted the position of
overall bond chairman of the
G ter Miami chapter of Ha-
dassah.
Mrs. Kapian succeeds Mrs.
Harry Gersten, now serving as
Women's Division chairman.
Both have been in the fore-
front of Hadassah activity on
behalf of the Bond Campaign
since it began 10 months ago.
As chairman. Mrs. Kaplan will
supervise the bond-sellir.g activ-
ities of the 11 groups of Hadas-
sah in the area. An outstanding
purchaser of bonds herself, she
promises to push Hadassah bond-
. uying efforts as much as the
sales campaign.
Paul It rim ii I.<\nisj
Program Group
For Giant Rallv
Paul Biuun. noted i ilumnist
ar.d amusements edit
Florida Sun. has gathered to-
gether an outstanding p
for Stars Over Israel, thi
, tic Purim Fiesta which will cl:-
j rrax the BIG DAY operation in
the Miami Beach Auditorium'
March 10th.
Brunn has been of outstand-
ing assistance to countless pro-
jects aiding th Greater Miami
Jewish community in his 10
years on the Sun. and has
shown g:eal irterest in the Is-
rael Independence Bond Issue
since its inception.
The Florida Sun recently pur;
; chased a $5,000 State oi Israel
Bond to back up with nction'
highly favorable editorial policy
towards the campaign.
Program Chairman Biuun B
; certain to keep the show rolling
I in high gear, so don't fail to bur
Ibords for free admission.
.
Workers Who Will Call
Mrs. Uernard
Mrs. tialjon
Mrs. Katstem


BBPAYjjAggH 7. 1952
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Mrs. Kasoir Mrs. Alexander
, Jacobs
Mrs. Anna Meyers
Jack Du'~
Big Day Honor Roll
iThrou^.: Wednesday, March S
Co-Chairmen
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Vice Chairmen
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nan
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:'! r, Mrs. M.
i-::.-.:-:: beach area
Cravitt, Mrs, Gloria
Ci witi Sidney
Cuttler, Mrs.
' Danzig* r, Miss L.
Darsky, Mr, Nathan
D..'. is, B^-ulah
Deitch, Mrs. Esther
. ven, Mrs. J.
. r. Mi s. David
Denmark, Hyman
r, Suzanne
DeYong. Rose
Duns n. Mrs. Jenr.ie
it v, Joseph
E 11, Lillian
. M.
- in, Mrs. Celia
in, Mrs.
Englander, Malvin
Car-.
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Mfjors
U
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B oerg
eit G ,!dberg
.. Istein
U K .plan
Mrs ] '. I man
Mi Li venson
Levi nson
Mi Li bman
J. M itZI 3
Mrs. 1 : :.;
Mrs.H : at '.'.
Mn Press
E ..-. r
nard Sherman
sman
Mn :.
MIAMI AREA
Ccp.'ains
Mr; E I stein
M
Engle
- Gottlieb
Mr.- : an
Mrs F Kauders
Mrs Si Ini Ltf court
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... Wt inkle
:l I Wolff
Majors
:: r Cohen
:-' in .erg
.': -man
Falk, Mrs. Jack
Farkas. Irene
Fa::. Mrs. Myra
Feder, Rosa
Feinstein, T.
F Irsan, Mrs. Ed.
Fe-lt^n. Mrs. Ed.
Firtel. Mrs. Rose
Fire, Meyer
Fir.e. Mrs. Meyer
Fink, Mrs. Dorothy
Fink, Richard Krieger
Fish. Jacob
Fishman, Mrs. Bella
Fishman. Jacob
F: turn, Mrs. Pansy
Free. Joseph
Free. Mrs. Rebecca
Freedman. Mrs. David
Freedman. Jacob
Frvm-.an, Elsie
Freidberg. Anna
Friedman. Sam
Kaplan, Mrs Peggy
Kaplan. Mrs. H -
Kaplan. S.
K plan, Sam
Kan l< rs. Joyce
Karger, M r.uel
Karp. Samuel
v, Mrs. A
Katz. Razzi Jae b
Kaye, Celia
Kazne, Gertrude
Kessler, Alan
Ki mel, R. J.
Kli Miss Bertha
:-". Mrs. D. .
.
. Pearl
. J.
Krau heimer, Mrs. B-
I, H.
K. nish, Rabbi L
Kn
Laba :tz. Enianuel
La 'han, Ralph
Lerr.pf, Fann.e
y, Cel:a
Lee. Charles
Lehrman. Mrs. Irving
Lelchuk. Oscar
Lesowod.-r. Mr. E.
Lesowod Mi E.
Levensoi Mrs George
;. in, Robert
I.' v.r R
LeVi:: S..:v.
Levine, Miss Ziporah
Levinson, Mrs. D
Levinson. Frances
Levitt. Sam
Levy, Mrs. M
Literman, B. H.
Liebman, Mrs. Fanny
Liedermar. Sophie
Lightman, S.
Lubar. Annie
Lubin. Mrs. Lena
Luria. Kolrran
Ginsberg, Mrs. Adolph
G:r.s:erg. Mr. Be:: Zion Lurie. Mrs. Lestetr
Ginsberg. Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsberg. Henry
Ginsberg. Mrs. Gus
Ginther. Ethel
Gcdlin. Mrs. Rose
Goldberg, Mrs. Joe
Goldberg, Mr. L.
Goldberg. Mrs. L.
Goldberg. Mrs. Robert
Goldberg. Sonia
Goldenberg. Clara
Goldman. Mrs. Israel
Goodrran. Israel
Goodman. Lillian
Goodman, s. A.
Graetz. Pearl
A Mc-verhoff Gravson, Mrs. Robert Miller, Ellie
5h.a| Green. Benton Miller. Mary
Green. Mrs. Benton
Magarsky. L.
Magid. Harrv
Makovskv. Mrs. Frances
Mandell. Mrs. Ed
Mandel. Mrs. Max
Marcus. Rose
Marks, Jean
Mason. Abraham
Mavblum. Jacob
- Joseph
Mechlow, Joseph
Mell, Mrs Minna
Ml rlin, Edward
Merirgoff, Saul
Mever?. Mr- Anna B.
-iarman
Weger
'
Meyer
Mi Joe
J .seph
I
: Henry
Saul
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j
Mrs. Ella
Ann
!: s.Jack
k ":''. Mrs. Nap.
H rman A.
Ida
i D thy
P-uline

B
'A'n, Jtan
oruchler. Celia
Cohen, Mrs. Mary
Cohen. Mollie
Cravitt, Daniel
Gree.nberg, Mrs. Abe
Greenberg. Sidney
Greetzrr.an. Yettu
Grene. Mrs. A. B-
Gross. Ruth
Grossinger. Mrs. Paul
Grove, Isabel
G:undwerg, Mrs. Sam
Haber. Beatrice
Hacker, Mrs. G.
Kalfon. Mrs. Joe
Hammond, Mrs. Daniel
Hayman, Louis
H- pner. Louis
H hman, Mrs. Nat
Hoffmar. Mr. Isaac-
Huffman. Mrs. Bertha
Horowitz, Abe
Horowitz, Sadie
Jacob Morris
Jacobs, Mrs. Al
Jacobs. Mrs. Sophie
Jaffer, Mrs. Bee
Jankel, Rebecca
Jonas, Fred
Kahaner, Joseph
Kahn, Mrs. Eva
K a Istein, Mrs. Frieda
Miller, Rl
Mintzes, Mr. J.
Mintzes, Lena
Mit< hel, Adolph
ell, Mn A
Mitnick, Mathilda
Mrs.
M is Abi ban:
Morris, Jacob
Morg Mrs. B.
Murray, Mrs Rae
. Mrs Sylvia
I : --. Mrs Joe
Pri Anna
Ral :
Rackovsky. Mrs. Joe
P.apr I U Max
:.. Mr. Gilbert
Ratni r, N I
' .'.da
..
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R:c>
P.: har dr. Melvin
Rifkind. B.
R r, Mrs. Jay
..' eth
Joe
R Max
r ... :.:
I
... Mrs. Clara
I
Saatin. Bertha
lil Mrs. Freida
Sanders. Mrs. Nellie
Sandier. Mrs. Fred
Schatzmar. Irving
Schermern an. Mrs.
Scholmow:tz. Mrs. I.
Schwarz. Sara
Schwartz. Mrs T:!lie
Seeman. Mrs. Morris
Seeman. M< rris
Seiden. Simon
Seidn-.an. Mirian
in, Henry
Seitlin. Mrs. Henry
Selton. Mrs. Ed.
Shalom, Mrs. Irving
Shapiro. Harold
Shapiro. Mrs. Har Id
Shapiro. Harold George
Shapiro. Mrs. Louis
Shapiro. Rachel
Shawmut. Mrs. Joe
Shedroff. Esther
Sheiman. Harry
Sh.ermer.. Mrs. Bernard
' Seevin. Aaron
Shimon. Mr. M.
Shoulson. Rabbi Isadore
Shoulson. Mrs.
Shubok. Minnie
Shupack. Mrs. Sam
Seigel. Aaron
Segel. Jacob
Silverman. Mrs. D.
Silverman. Mrs Sol
Silverman. Sol
Simon. Morris
- n. Mrs. Morris
Simor.off, Mrs. Sam
th, Rosalyna
Harrv
- -.r.. Ber-.ha -
Scot:n. Hyman
Spen. Mrs. B.
vack, Harry
Star. Mrs I.
as, Mrs. Bernard
Si ...--. Mrs Alex
Strau
Strouch. Mrs. Ida '
Tarr. Mr.
Tarr. Mrs
Tisser, Rose
Topp. David
Mrs. Firtel Mrs. Fneman
Mrs. Udell
Mrs. Rubin Mrs. Plototf
Mrs. Seitlii
N ,v< selsky, Mrs. Dora Udell. Mrs. I
Obel. Mrs. David
Ordintz. Mrs. Charles
Osheroff. Mrs. Al
Osheroff, Al
Ossip. Al
Ostrov, Mr. Nathan
Packer, Gussie
Palmer, Mrs. Sidney
Parker. Dorothy
Pardo, Joe
Perkele. Harry
Peskoff, William
Platoff. Mrs. Harry
Plitt. Jacob
Pollack, Samuel
r. Charlotte
Weger. Mrs. Maurice
Weink'.e. Jerome
WeinsUir. Winnie
Weiss. Mrs. Ann
Weekstein. Morris
Westin, Mrs. Irving
White. Bessie
Whitehouse. A-
Whitaker. Mrs. Binah
Williams, Morris
Wein, Mrs. Jack
Zarin. Mrs. Meyer
Zarker, Seymour
Zucker, Seymour
Ashkenazi Mrs. Goldberg Mrs. Bookspan Mrs. Shapiro
Buy a bond and work on
BIG DAY
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BIG DAY A
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9-Jewlstirhrldten
FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 195J
Stay Home
BIG Day
Until Called
Co-Chairman
BIG Bay
BIG DAY's dramatic nation-
wide action for Israel will de-
pend for i success on the num-
b 1 Jewish families who stay
Sundey.
A plan of action for canvas-
sers, worked out by a sfaff
headed by Joseph Cherner.
BIG DAY Grand Marshal, calls
for heaviest concentration in
communiti'M whero the bulk
of Greater Miami Jewry re-
side.
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in the area. 1
irk Lilt in
p
Never before in the history
of the American Jewish com-
munity has such a national can-
vass taken place. To aid Israel.
"Stay Home on BIG DAY."
": voluntei r does not .
Sun re to phone
24c 51 5561, early Mi
March 10th, to insure
rour ticket in tin.
l. illy Monday night.
Mobilization Rally Gets Sales Going
>n ol
.;. e Boi
S lay moi
I :. :: eet-
' 1 i- rman's v.
ini in Mian Bi ach.
ism grippi gath-
:' volunteei woi kers foi
I as thousands ol dollars in
i in pn -BIG DAY SO-
.-. .'. 1 1 e reported.
Seymour B. Liebman. vice
chairman for BIG DAY, pre-
sided at the meeting, which
continued for more than two
hours at a fast pace. Announce-
Isaac Seldes, Israel bond chairman of Richmond, Virginia, shown
holding a streamer for the BIG DAY Stars Over Israel Purim
Fiesta to be hild Monday evening. March 10th. with Seymour B.
Liebman, BIG DAY rice chairman._______________________________
"Food For Israel"
Drives Called Wasteful
"Food-for-Israel" drive n
ing
conducted in the U
menls, questions, suggestions
and decisions followed in rapid
order as kits, posters, bumper
strips and other information
were distributed.
Sup, rvisors for the three major
Supervisors for the three maj-
or areas of Greater Miami held
ences with their majors,
captains and foot soldiers im-
mediately after the main session
ii. and ISid out final plans
for assigning individual cards to
the nearly 1.500 workers who
comprise the Israel Bond Bri-
% ide.
States are termed "unnecessary
and wasteful" in a statement is-
sued recently by the Jewish
Agency's C ttee on Control
and Author:.- I I Campaigns.
. The statement, issued with the
I approval of the Israel Govern-
'ment. urges increased support of;
United Jewish Appeal and
! the Israel Bond Drive as the best i
I for permanently allevi-
ating Israel food .shortages.
Apparently limited to Protes-
tants and Catholicsno Jewish |
breakdown ol voters was listed
anywhere in the survey report
the poll showed 54 per cent of
those questioned as favoring in-
ter-marriage, whether it be be-
tween Protestants and Catholics
or Jews and Christians.
Purim Festival At
Peretz School
On Sunday, March 9th
p.m., the Beach Y. L Pp,L
School Will1 hold a banquet!
celebration of Purim at the W ,ri
men's Circle Lyceum, 25 W^h
ington Avenue. sn'
Pupils of the Junior Hieh
School, with Principal Louis I f.
avin as moderator, will p
pate in a symposium on tho Mil
'and works of Y. L. Perefc wh! ,
100th anniversary is
i>r. te*d 'this sear. Nom ;
will give a biographical
^iva Kaplan will di
i writer's folk tales. Bl
in, Blume Brau nd Mir
tarn Bebchuk will recite !
ems. V7< ads Yomi
of the Symposium.
Musical entertainment
ing of appropriate Jewish
songs will be provided y paui
Millstone and his solovox. fli.
banquet, with special p,: ,
es. will be prepared by \v
, en's Club of the Warkmei
'cle ranch 692~ Mrs. Ham-
and Isidor Cohen are in charge
of reservations.

Comedian Joey Adams will ap-
pear at the Fiesta.
Kornick Unveiling
The dedication of monument
to the momory of the lat< Rosita
Kornick. formerly of 8023 ii
ing Avenue, Miami Bi ai
iik place Sunday, March 9th. a>
10:30 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabl .
Mescheloff officiating.
nick is survived by In I
Richard: a daughter. Gay;
mother. Mary Goodman; t
ten, Mrs. Bedona Rosi
Mrs. Helen Dufine. both of De-
troit; brothers. Sam of Newark,
Arthur and William of Chicago,
Herman J., of Philadelphia, Mich-
ael, of Cincinnati, and Ed
Levenson, of Miami Beach, Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Com-
pany: friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
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pmAY. MARCH 7, 1952
? .
>Jmlst ncrifar
Dr. Slawson To
Address AJC Dinner
Dr John Slawson will be guest
cneaker at a dinner of the Amor-
ff n Jewish Committee on Thurs-
. March 13th. 7 p.m.. at the
Delano Hotel. Miami Beach.
nr Slawson will discuss the
,..ork of the Committee which
ha< plaved a leading role in the
FAGE 9 A
Mr. Sehrobniek
Passes Away In
W'si Palm Beach
Mrs Marv Hefzenrxrg Schreb-
' rick, aged 69. passed away
Thursday. February 21st. at a
West Palm Beach Hospital after
a long illness.
Mrs. Schrebnick came to the
community some 50 years ago and
together with her husband, the
late Carl Schrebnick. founded the
, Temple and Sisterhood of Beth
El. A communal worker active in
j many othir organizations, she
I was also the Jewish Flondians
i reresentative th< re.
Survivors irclude a son. Joe.
and two daughters. Faye and Ei-
ther. Mrs. Schrebnick also leaves
a neice, Mrs. H. E. Berns. a grand
neice. Miss Margie Bern ..
brother and sister in the north,
and nephews and neices in Jack-
sonville. Florida.
Funeral services were in West
Palm Beach, with Rabbi Morton
Leifman officiating Interment
was on February 26th. !:-. Jack-
sonville.
Beach Zionist District Launches Membership Campaign
Harold Shzpu-o. president of the Hal Be*c= Ziirdss District, with caotairs of the six i->ams which
will implement en inJennre arjn-u: Mm L*i: le right are Jacob Fishman. Leonard H- Gias-
ser. Irring Schatzrnan. general ESMtnaeai Hamad S.-d?.rc. Frank Gordon. Charles Lie and Melv.r.
Richardson.
Dr. John Slawson
st bigotry and in the
political, civil and re-
- i Jews in America
and .:I
A worker and social
Dr Slawson has been
exi vice president of the
Ji wish Committee
Ho is a former presi-
denl National Conference
of Jt Welfare and has also
H r an officer of the Wel-
fare Council of New York, as an
: tx-Governor Herbert
Conference on Crime
ntion and as a con-
n wartime delinquency
1 L'nited States Children's
and Social Security
Board the Federal Security
Ag< i
B : -.: Hirsch Meyer will be
: the affair.
Feiffer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sid-
ney Feiffer. formerly of 1492
Lincoln Terrace, Miami Beach,
will take place Sundav, March
9th. at 1:30 with Rabbi Irving
Lchrman officiating. Mr. Feiffer
is survived by his wife, Mildred:
son Albert: brothers. Adolph and
Dave: and sister. Mrs. Frances
Morris. He was formerly the
owner of the Paris Shop on Lin-
coln Road. Thurmond Monument
Company is in charge of arrange-
ments: friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
B'nai B'rith Council
Sidney Aror.ovitz. president of
the South Florida B'nai B'rith
Council, has called a meeting
for Thursdav evening. March
13th. 8 p.m.. in the Seybold
Building.
Harold S -. ;
the Miai p z :
trict. has announced an tnt
membership c
He has designated I
Schatzrnan as G
of the drive, a; tain
I Team 1. consisting I -
lowing members: I. R. Good-
man. Kenneth Oka. 1
Barr. George Co'-- n >' I
Leon Ell. H. B. Smil
S. Ashkenazy.
Charles Lee I 7
2. consisting of Sara F
M rris Cohen, I. Goldberg. K '.-
man Luria. J
' Sussman and Jules Channinfl
Frank Gordon is captain of T-
3. consisting of Ehiel Lesowt I
Al Osheroff. Harry Platoff. San-.
Prosterman. Gilbert Rappaport.
S. Katz. A. Stone and M. Silver-
stein.
Leonard H. Glasser is cap-
tain of Tean-. 4. which will in-
clude B Apoel. Gus Trau. Al Os-
sip. D. Shapiro. B- Z. Ginsberg.
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nd, Solomon, and a
daughter. Miss Linda Spitalnik
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Mia : Monun ent Com-
pany. Friends and relative -
asked to be present.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952
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SHOW OF SHOWS:
Commiiteemen for the Mt. Sinei Jubilee walked around the
Beach Auditorium with justifiable pricj in our community Thurs-
day evening. At midnight, the tremendous pageant of talent was
still ur rolling, money was still being counted, and late-comers
were still arriving, proving again that a great ceui.3 always brings
great response .
Final tabulation shows SI 10.000 as against S83.000 last year, re-
ports Bill Glick. Perfect and brief was the testimonial plaque award
to Ed Sullivan for his emcee -ifforts, by Max Oiovitz, Ben Gdines
and Leorard Wien ... I always think that children rave a rough
time of life, ever under the domination of grownups, so I took my
Brett to see the show and enjoy, at 14. what the nightclubs won't
let her in to see until she's 18. She swoor.ed over Tony Martin, al-
though at dirner she'd promised herself to Tony Bennett. Most
wide-eyed she went, however, over the Latin yuarter's can-can
and the chorines' squeals as they tossed their skins. This was my
iault I'd told her the can-can was a very instructive thing to
watch and describe to her Fiench class Now I have to straighten
myself out with her French teacher
FASHIONABLES:
Mora news on the Israeli Fashion Show is too interesting to
pass up. Sybil Weitz tells me the original collection sent from Tel-
Aviv comprises 40 garments, with half on tour elsewhere in the
nation. It's a terrific money-makjr for Hadsssah. Here, they raised
$3,000 Another behind-the-scenes bit reveals you've got to book
it early, belore the garments go to shreds from so much handling.
One local fashion editor commented, "Some of the clothes show
signs of wear," but this belongs in the department of understate-
ment. Adroit pinning lav behind that entire spectacular and so-
effective show Our own gals wei' fashion-plates in themselves.
Mrs. Phillip Greenberg. mother of a new baby, wore a coin-dotted
flared dress with a stunning red bolero top. and white cap Ruth
Rudi..'.'. soloist, was a Lincoln Road window-model in white and
gold Josie Adler at the piano had a seductive bronze taffeta
. Mrs. Joseph Pardo chose a two-piece champagne linen, lace-
trimmed, with a tiny tricorne .
PERSONALS:
To J. M. Schlesinger Thank you for thinking of me. I'm
sure I'll have something to report, later. I'll drop you a note .
To Elsa Ten pie I look forward to meeting vou. too! .
ARRIVING SOON will be Betty and Herman Paris of Wash-
ington, D.C. He's the top gun at the bige/jsl independent, WWDC
of Washington Vacation headauarters. the Delmonico Hotel .
PUTTING BUSINESS PRINCIPLES in hotel operation is Ben
Kline, r.ew operator of the Shelborn'3. He's gradually shaking
loose some of the barnacles in hotel managements .
REGRETS to the Monte Carlo, for not having been able to at-
tend Revlon's -pink" production DRIVING IN for a mid-term
stav with his folks who own the Otis Hotel is Star. Abel. He's at the
Cornell Hotel School GAY COCKTAILS feted the Burdine's
sportswear staffers at the Biscayne Terrace, Friday evening. Host
was Murray Sonnett and his stunner of a wife, Mickey, who repre-
sent the Rose Marie Reid swimsuits. Head of the California firm, as
you know, is Jack Kessler who was getting along all right in Seattle
when Nina, his vivacious wife, kept saying: 'That Rose Mane Reid
woman has got something in fine suits. We oughta connect." They
did. and it happened now they've got a big California home, a
swimming pool 'n' everything, too! All in 5 years. They were
recently at the Saxony .
IS TRUE? If so. my dearest love and a personal welcome
to the Milton Grusmarks' second daughter! All the way from
Albany, N.Y. a clipping was sent me on what Sylvia F. Porter had
remarked while h'ire at the Grossinger-Pancoast. on the urgency
of row drawing travel-trade from the midwest, new area of riches
supplanting the East. She's a close one. longtime friend of the
Hank r..'_ye:s. And a stupendously brilliant woman .
OVERPASS:
By-laws were amende-! I swell thi tors, North
Bay Area T;,xpj>-<;-. Ass iati -.. m the
:._.:-.al 25. Eig push wril] t -lane erected
at 63rd Strut, so all you turnei r. :r. a ..r... unimpeded
Jack A. i :-. tti I ling .- : .... was |
promptly signed as Ii isior for
ilai Ait Appii. took 1 locution the
it was chartered tr.; ..... | .-
year, also ...
MRS. MOISE S. CAHN:
Press breakfast at the Lcrd Tarleton produced a woman whosj
lively rr.ird j'jt-propelled her in 15 years to the presidency of the
International Council of Jewish Women. From her horns base in
New Orleans, she keeps her finger on the beating puL > of Council
in 6 countries Returned from an intensive overseas inspection,
Mrs. Cahn came here, as you read, to observe Greater Miami's
Council industiy. and conduct an all-day workshop on member-
ship and major organizational steps .
FASCINATING were some of her comments such as:before
the war. 21 countries were enrolled, prior to the Iron Curtain and
c\scirr.ation. Now. the 6 a:e South Africa, Australia. Switzerland.
England, Canada and the U.S. Expected soon in the fold are
Greece and Sweden, via Stockholm. Gladys Cahn's already done
the spadework Jewish women in Calcutta aia gripped, too .
In contrast with the Council's Paris house for 49 girls deprived
of every family-tie. and so successful it's become the project for
tbi French Jewish community is the terrible plight of Rome's
Jews, still in ghettos, still on beggars' status .
IMPERATIVE are education and uplift .
Immediately after, Mrs. Aaron Farr took Mrs. Cahn to see the
flourishing Thrift Shop, with escorts Juliet Oshlag and Mrs. David
Kiisch, publicity chairman.
NOTES AND NEWS:
Natalie Weinstein is a Major in the Beach Chamber of Com-
merce's specialty membership drive this month. In her squad are
Sid Gorchov, Herb Gimbel, Jesse Weiss, Ruth Gross, Dick Pomeroy
and Ernie Jacobs The other Major in the Gold Division is
Helen Alpert. In her squad are Abe Allenberg, Mike Mitnick Bert
Kahn, Jill Kaminsly ard Al Infante. Hey! Anybody want to'join'
Please phone ME at once! .
LET'S SEE what happens now! Last year after I mentioned
the arrival of Mrs. Gertrude Levine. some long-lost friend of hers
turned up at once! She's of the famed Rustic Cabin club in Engls-
wood, N.J.. where ice-dazzler Dick Button warms up. She's again
the house-guest of her cronies. Jack and Bea Ross in thoir new
waterfront apartment. Be fun to ring the bell a second time!
Bethrothal Of Miss
Dogoloff Told Here
Mr. and Mis. David Dogoloff.
of the Bon-Air Apartments. 1120
Pennsvlvania Avenue. Miami
Beach! announced the betrothal
of their daughter, Bern ice. to Mr.
Irving Weiner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Weiner. 917 6th
Street, at a buffet paitv on Sun-
day. February 10th. at their home.
Guests attended from Fall River.
. Massachusetts. Baltimore. Mary-
. land, and -New York.
Natalie (irav Weds
In Rabbi's Study
The marriage of Miss Natalie
L. Gray, 726 Jefferson Avenue,
Miami Beach, to Nat Feuerstein.
Monterey Hotel, was solemnized
by Rabbi Morris Skop, of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, at
a private family ceremony held
in the home of the Rabbi last
Saturday evening.
Mrs. Robert E. Gray, mother of
the bride, was hostess on Sunday
afternoon, March 2nd, at a large
wedding reception in honor of
the couple. Attended by close to
200 friends and relatives, many
from out-of-town, the reception
took place in the outdoor patio
and gardens of the Monterey Ho-
tel, facing Biscayne Bay. Buffet
luncheon was served on the ter-
race.
The former Miss Gray has been
an active member in many com-
munity and religious organiza-
tions, is the former office man-
ager of the YM and WHA of Mi-
ami Beach, and is now secretary
at the Hebrew Academy, Miami
Beach. A former auditor in the
United States General Account-
ing Office, she was for many
years associated with leading real
estate and construction organiza-
tions both in Miami and New
York.
Mr, Feuerstein. formerly of
Beach. New York, is a well-
known restaurateur, having own-
ed and operated restaurants both
'!'. Miami and Miami Beach, as
veil as in northern vacation re-
sorts. He recently acquired Nat's
K staurant at Ponce De Leon
Boulevard and Miracle Mile, Cor-
al Gables.
The newlyweds, who will hon-
oon in June in the Adiron-
dacks. following the close of the
current school term, are making
then- home at 34 Almeria Aven-
ue, Coral Gables.
INTRODUCTORY SERVICE-Robbi S. Steinberg, Counseloi
Single people of all ages who are seeking to meet friends and com.
panionship are cordially invited to Join this club. Please call tor your
appointment now. and you may have a personal and confidential inter-
view with no obligation.
"Many who already have joined this organization
have found satisfaction beyond expectation"
OFFICE1602 LENOX AVE.-Phone 5-5392 Res. Phone58-2138
Kushner, Hans To
Beside In Atlanta
Miss Sheila Kushner was wed
last February 6th to Marvin Joel
Haas. Her ring was a familv
heirloom of hand-engraved gold
forget-me-nots.
The ceremony was held at the
home of the bride's parents Mr
and Mrs. David Kushr.er, of 1570
Biarritz Drive, Normandy Isle,
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiating.
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister. Miss Aileen Kushner. The
bridegroom's sister, Barbara, was
bridesmaid. Joel Salzman was
best man for his cousin. Usher
was Hal Kaye. Melvin Silver-
man and Alan Horowitz, cousins
of the bride, were ring bearers.
Out-of-town guests included
Hyman Horowitz, Ben Silverman
Irving Silverman. Mrs. Frances
S?bf Md Mrs- Harry Friemark,
all of New York.
The couple are now residing
in Atlanta, Georgia, where Mr.
Haas, son of Mrs. Charlotte F
Haas, 4550 North Meridian Av-
enue, Miami Beach, is an engin-
eer with the Lockheed Aircraft
Corporation.
iarde
n
na C
town
Miss Schuham Weds I
Setting At Home; Chooses Balleri
In a tropical garden setting at
her home. 922 Obispo Avenue,
Coral Gables. Miss Iris Schuham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Schuham, was married to A.
BuHd Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
! Samuel Cutler. Miami Beach, last
February 24th.
Ed Cutler, of Tampa, was best
man for his brother. Michelle
I Schuham was rr.aid of honor for
her sister. Alice Block and Janet
Cutler were junior bridesmaids.
The tride wore a ballerina-
length pure white imported lace
gown. Her shoulder-length il-
lusion veil was attached to a
late crown. She carried a heart-
shaped bouquet of white roses
and orchids.
The newlywed Mrs. Cutler at-
tended the Montclair Art School,
the Ox-Bow School of Painting,
Saugatuck. Michigan, and the Un-
iversity of Michigan, where she
majored in design. She was a
member of the Coral Gables Art
Club.
The bridegroom graduated
from the University of Mary-
land, where he majored in ac-
counting and was a member of
Beta Gamma Sigma. He also MJSS Lilldeil To Wed
graduated from the University of
Budd Cutler
Miami Law School, Cum Laude,
and served as Appellate Justice,
Case Mote Editor to the Miami
Law Quarterly and vice chancel-
lor of Nu Beta Epsilon.
He is a member and past presi-
dent of the Tropical Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, past president of the Na-
Iniversity Student
The engagement of their
daughter. Sondra Renee, to Alan
Nathan Grossman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Grossman, 785 84th
Street, was announced early this
week by Mr. and Mrs. Irving
tional Jewish Youth Conference, Linden,' 1530 Washington Aven-
Zionist Commission, and a past|ue_ Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a student at
member of the Board of Direc-
tors Miami Beach YMHA. ,the Miami Jacks0n senior igh
:J2l!,CUp^r!,1tm^Kethe,rrCS- School, where she is a menir
of the Forensic Chorus and the
Future Teachers of America. To
graduate in June, she plans to
enter the University of Miami in
September, where she will major
in dietetics.
Mr. Grossman graduated from
the Miami Beach Senior High
School and is completing a major
in accounting at the University
of Miami.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
idence in Miami Beach.
Weber, Nathan Wed
At Honey Plaza Hotel
Jack Bernard Nathan and Miss
Jacqueline Lois Weber were mar-
ried in a ceremony at the Roney
Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Weber,
1757 Normandy Drive, Miami
Beach. Mr. Nathan is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nathan,
427 45th Street.
The newlywed Mrs. Nathan
attended the University of Mi-
ami and the University of Mich-
igan. She is a member of Sigma
Delta Tau Sorority.
Mr. Nathan was graduated
from the University of Miami,
where he belonged to Phi Epsilon
Fraternity.
Majors. Captains Meet
Majors and captair.s of the
Metropolitan Division, Combined
Jewish Appeal, will be guests
of honor during a meeting held
in the home of their chairman,
Naphtali A. Weidberg, 20 Sevilla
Avenue. Coral Gables, on Thurs-
day evening, March 13th.
Teachers' Seminar
Lists Faculty
The faculty for sessions in the
Hebrew Teachers' Seminar Series
on Methods Of Teaching Hebrew
has been completed.
The faculty includes: Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Perach, Mrs. Rochelle
Ross, Moses Emanuel, Gregory
Rosenkranz, Mrs. Ruth Uliss,
David Friedman, Louis Gadon
and Louis Schwartzman.
Model lessons from selected
texts will be presented by the
faculty and evaluated later for
possible r e c o mmendations in
change of curriculum for the
coming year. The second session
on Modern Hebrew Literature in-
cludes Joshual Stadlan and Paul
Zalish.
The Hebrew Teachers' Seminar
Series is sponsored jointly by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Hebrew Teachers' Association
of Greater Miami with the objec-
tive of raising standards of He-
brew teaching in the Jewish com-
munity.
If you fail to register before
' Aprif 5th, you will not be eliy:ble
to vote in the primaries on May
1 6th.
Violin and Piano
Lessons at Your Home
By Appointment
with
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MANDE
of the
Paris Conservatory
Phone 83-4326
2485 TRAPP AVE.
Coconut Grove
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that is freshly
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Complete outfits
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MARCH 7, 1952
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fanberg. Kassman
ithalTold
men] oi their
I Ensign Lawr-
ifisman, son ol Mr. and
Efiffi : an. 300 -17th
PJims been announced by
| Bel''"
The
Lughter.
I*"
Miss Grossman To
Wed Navy Veteran
Nir. and Mrs. Burnev Lashman,
ol 630 x\v lth Avenue. Miami.
announce the engagement of
their son. Morton Edward, t. M...
Rita Carole Grossman, dau
ol Mr. and Mrs. Sherman G
man. 3183 SW 25th Tei
The bride-elect will be grad-
High School in
June. She belongs to the Pn
American Club then
Mr. Lashman, a recently re-
turned veteran, was ab-
ated from Miami High School
prior to his enlistment in the
Navy, where he served as a ra-
dio technician.
The couple will be married on
April 5th.
Miss Jo Anne Bloom
Miss Jo Anne Bloom
Chooses June 8th
Miss Schermer Feted
A Cocktail Party will be held ,
in the near future in honor of i
the wedding secheduled for!
March 30th. of Phyliss Schermer !
and Dr. Ted Schwartz.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Scher-
mer. 1611 Euclid Aver.ue. Miami :
Film Cited For Honors
At Wometco Theaters
One of the screen's foremost
actresses. Kathrine Hepburn, op- I
ened in her role as missionary in
The African Queen last Wednes-
day at the Carib. Miami and Mir-
jacle Theaters.
Co-starring in the technicolor
. production with Miss Hepburn is
(40 in- SI I M|SS Bloom was graduated Brith, will hold a meeting or. Humphrey Bogart. The duo has
Miss Eisenberg is a senior at from Miami High School and is Wednesday evening. March 12th. been nominated as best actor and
Miami. Ensign ; currently employed by the Tri- 8:30 pm in the Masonic Hall, actress, respectively. The African
ned on the Coast Pure Products Company, bhe is Mianii Beach. Annual reports Queen has also brought nomina-
A.uidne at Key a member of the Snaret Chapter, WliI ce glvcn- and an election of 1 tion honors to John. Huston as
late of the Univer- Bnal B"rlth Young Women. officers will take place. A film ; best director of the year and to
He is a mem- Mr. Kahn attended tne New pmill d The Hi h Wal, { t Huston and John Ager for the
her nf "- v. Pi Fratern- York Institute of Applied Arts ._'._,,, ,, ..
Sciences before enlisting in mg Irvmg Pichel, will aiso be for the oest screenplay of the
Miss Jo Anne Bloom will mar-
ry Daniel Kahn on June 8th.
The bride-elect's parents. Mr. i Beach. Dr. Schwartz is a Chicago
and Mrs. Nathan Bloom, of 2350 optometnet.
- SW 22nd Terrace, announced the------------------------------
.ifcouples engagement early this Beach Lodge To Hear
i week. Mr. Kahn is the son of
Miu t a Eisenbero i Mr and Mrs Irving Kahn New Report, Hold Elections
lllr. ar.d Mrs Irving Eisenberg, Yrk- The Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai
You can help get out the vote
I this year. Don't be content to just
cast your own ballot. Urge neigh-
bors and friends to register and
vote. Registration books close
April 5th.
EMINENT CHORAL DIRECTOR
Eli Samuels, formerly of New
York is seeking yearly position
with synagogue. Have trained
mixed choir for Passover Seder
Services. Ph 58-6931.
RESERVE NOW
EUROPE
IN 1952
FARR
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l
ar.d
Navy. He is now stationed s:
n a June wed-.thc
I, bride-elect's a' the Key West Nawl An Sta-
|. tion.
Personally Speaking
Mr. cr.d Mrs. Murray Dacks, of 2485 SW 24th Terrace. Mi-:
(ami. announce the birth of their son. Kenneth Marc, on Febru-
ary 6ih, at Mount Sinai Hospital. The Bris was held on Febru-
arj 13th, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Grandparents
are Mi. end Mrs. Jack Greenberg and Mr. and Mis. Harry Dacks,
I (ill of Miami.
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lieutencn; Samuel Leb, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, of 910 Michi-
gan Aver.ue, Miami Beach, left for overseas duty with the Army
in Germany last week. His wile and family will join him there
in the near future.
* *
Mrs. Mina R. Mell. of 2273 SW 12th Street, is leaving March
13th, for New York, where she will embark on the Queen Eliza-
beth for an extended trip to Europe and Israel. Mrs. Mell will
be gone three months.
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Ljewfrh Flciidian ES1TT- tma T' MhBi
Meets In Beach Mass Rally
FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 1952
SEC. E
A mass meeting at the Congre-
gation Beth Jacob next Thursday
night will mark the culmination
| of The National Torah Tour
which comes to Greater Miami
; Wednesday and Thursday, March
12th and 13th.
The tour, held on behalf of tra-
A program of entertainment I ditional Judaism, is sponsored by
will he presented at the Annual! the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
Donor Luncheon of the Dade! ica and has the support of the
Chapter, National Children's Car- j Yeshiva University, the Hebrew
diac Home, on Wednesday, March \ Theological College and the
Dade Chapter
Has Luncheon
12th. 12:30 p.m.. at the Latin
Quarter on Palm Island, it has
been announced by Mrs. Julius
Weiner, president.
Souvenirs will be the chapter's
Annual Ad Journal picturing
children cared for at the home,
according to Mrs. Harry Erlang-
er. Pledge Luncheon chairman,
and Mrs. Charles Raab, co-chair-
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America. Since
January 1949, when it was first
instituted, it has visited every
major Jewish settlement in the
United States, and hundreds of
outlying communities which have
no organized religious life.
Rabbi Dr. Leo Jung and Rab-
bi Dr. Emanuel Rackman will
man. The Journal has served as represent the Torah Tour in the J
one
project
maintenance
ii. me ouuiuai iias savtu as --*".... ~. *------ ~~~ i "i" set ud %vnicn is expeciea 1
of the major fund-raising greater Miami area next week at .^ trodjtjonai Easter
jects for the support ard the invitation of orthodox syna- m A recent check 0. .
gogues in the community ard of P ? schedules revealed that
local members of the Rabbinical ;SoaetV6 m s were givsa
Council of America, the Rabbis ;0 fk riod.
pport
of the Children's
Cardiac Hone located here in
Miami at 4250 West Flagler .
Street. Mrs. Sylvan Lazarus, as- ;
sisted bj .''. rs. David Israel, pre-
pared the J urnal.
Co-ordinating the affair are
Mrs. Harold Lewen and Mrs.
Pearl Hv.r..-. Program Arrange-
ment: Mrs. Jack Hoss and Mrs.
Max Hoffman, Pledge Can Com-
mittee: Mrs. Robert Steiner. in
charge of Hospitality: the Mes-
air.es Lou Gold and Harry
Decky, Telephone Committee;
and the Mesdair.es Nathan Glass
and Leon Kaye. in charge of
tickets and reservations.
In addition to aiding children
being treated for rheumatic fev-
the Beth Jacob Synagogue. A re-
port of the Torah Tour survey
and a presentation of Torah, True
Judaism Ard The Years Ahead,
will be given by the visiting dig-
nitaries. Rabbi Moses Meschelaff,
senior orthodox Rabbi of the arei,
will be chairman. A musical pro
gram will also be presented.
MiuiieUn Views
Need Of Funds
Ir. a recent edition of the crip-
pled Children's News, the Dade
County Society For Crippled
Children explained the aims of
its fund drive held this year from
March 13th through April 13th.
According to the bulletin, a
campaign goal of $65,000 has been
set up which is expected to be
tr S !
program. A recent c K of the
Mosps Mescheloft. Joseph E.
Rackovsky, Abraham Cassel.
Shmaryahu Swirsky, Simon
April. Alexander Gross and Isaac
H. Ever.
Rabbi Dr. Jung is Rabbi of the
h ^Gfenter of New York,
author oi a number of Jewish
hooks including Toward Sinai and
editor of The Jewish Library and
Israel Of Tomorrow. Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman. is a former
chaplain of the US Army, a re-
serve officer and Rabbi of the Far
Rockaway Jewish Center.
The Torah Tour will study re-
ligious institutions here, meet
patients over a four-week per;
The ?65.000. the bulletin explain-
ed, is needed to carry on tnis
schedule and to meet the ever-
increasing requests for service in
the 1952-53 period of operation.
Pythian Sisters Show
Film On Cancer
Under the auspices of Roose-
velt TemDle No. 33. Pythian Sis-
ters, a film on cancer will J6
shown bv the American Career
Society, on March 12th, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Dora August Memorial
Hall.
Dr. Morris H. Blau. prominent
the home and at the with their[ 1 ay and^.tu.1 ^.jfr^^gM* o
scheduled fnr' r>"^" Cnuntv Medical Ass.
Sol Njdel. ferr.ous illuminator pnd rriniatruist. shown above, at
wo.k In his studio. Nodel is today considered the world's leading
exponent of this revived medieval art and has recently completed
an illuminated scroll to be oreserted to Dr. Chaim Weitmann.
president cf Israel. The artist has created illuminated representa-
tions of The Atlantic Charter and The Four Freedoms, now part
of the permanent collection of the Roosevelt Memorial Library
at Hyde Park. He was commissioned to paint the scroll tor Dr.
Weizmann by a group of leading Unii'ad States and Israeli public
citizens. ______
Out-Patient Clinic, proceeds will en ai
also be used for equipment and a mass meeting
continued research. Thursday, March 13th. 8 p.m.
for Dade Countv Medical
at tion. will then address the g
ttVi.i-li Zionists
Hear totldstein
A Goldstein, veteran Zionist,
will address the Zionist Lunch-
eon Club on Wednesday, March
12th. :2 15 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Goldstein has for many years
been ar. honorary vice president
of the Zionist Organization of
An He is the former editor
of Die Zeit. a Yiddish publica-
tion in Connecticut Also a well-
know fisherman- he is the auth-
or of me of 1952's best sellers,
Fish-F r.g, written in Yiddish.
Apartment Group
Hears Willmott
Mr. John F. Wilrr.ott, execu-
tive director of the Dade County
Research Foundation and author-
ity on city government, the
school system, tax system, mu-
nicipal neads and good govern-
ment, was guest speaker of
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation at its regular member-
ship meeting on March 3rd, at the
Hibiscus Masonir Hall, Miami
Beach.
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Apartment Group Hebrew School Has
Pledges Support
Of Appeal
Leading members of the Apart-
rrt H i Unit in the 1952
Combined J> wish Appeal held a
Gift Brunch <.n Sunday. 10 a.m..
Lincoln Manor, it was an-
nounced by Unit Chairman Mi y-
I Teifi:!..,
Members of the Miami Beach
Apartrm nt Mouse Association as-
sureathe annual Appeal of its
complete cooperation in the cam-
paign which seeks to raise funds
foi emergt ncy relief and resettle-
ment of immigrants in Israel,
overseas and in this country.
Featured speaker at the affair
was Mrs. Barbara Lawrence,
chairman of the International
Women's Groups and philan-
thropic leader who has made an
extended tour of Israel, North
Africa and the Moslem countries.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader ot the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, also participated
jn ihe program as a speaker.
A committee of 39 prominent
apartment house owners in the
Miami Beach ;:ia acted as a
sponsors' committee to invite par-
ticipation by all owners in the
1952 Con ined Jewish Appeal,
included Joseph Dub. Zel-
ig Engel, Henrj Fisch, Philip
Levin, $
Platt, 1: :
Riemi Bronstein, Eugene
Klein. I.
rael S in David Dog-
Hanna Scheidlinger,
Sklar, S Mrs. Rul B
. Ethel Alter,
B William I.
Mu< kman, Moi
ris Gold, Alb 11 I I. C.
1 n b rg, :. : Lang '. I I,
.John Manti II, I 1 li I l|
Raff, Sidney Ru
m .'. itz, I. Itn Sandei s, I
S i in, Al( u : an, S
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Purim Ball Here
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will celebrate its
nth Annual Purim Bail. Sun-
dav evening, March 0th, at the
. ian's Union Hall, 1659 NW
17tl Avenue.
Manny Gates and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing.
by prominent singers and
entertainers from local hotel and
clubs are also scheduled.
Overall chairman is David Kle-
ber assisted by Herbert Felria: .
Entertainment: Mrs. E. L. Becker
and Mrs. Herbert Feldan. Jour-
ral: Mrs. Mich:.el Blank. Tickets:
Mrs. Max M. Apfelbaum. Gifts:
Mrs. Harry Minkoff, Prizes: Mrs.
Ida Meltzer, Previous Jewels; and
Ml Nat Coulton. Well Wishers. |
The Rrefreshment Committee
is headed bv Mrs. Ben Sokoloff
who will be assisted by the Mes-
dames Fred Rosenthal. Max New-
btrger. Gabriel Perlman. Ellis
Steinberg, Robert Levin. Tillie
Sprenstein, Toby Megan. Louis
Sorosky. Max Singer. Murray
Kirschenbaum. Max Heiken. So-
phie. Moss, Morris Ofsowitz, Max
Aplelbaum, Morris Ofsowitz.
Beckie Becker, Pauline Rappa-
{>ort, Max Sternsteuwand Molly
larrison. %^>
Proceeds of the affair will go
toward maintenance of the He-
S^^MARCH?, 1952
Gans Wins Award
Sheldon Gans, son oi Mr *nJ
Mrs. Nat Gans. of 253 ?w ^
Street, Miami, a junior V^
University of Miami, is ne f m
whose architectural design ,.5
selected by the Jury of Awardl
in the 1952 Indianapolis H
Show National Architectural
Competition. Gans majors in Ar
chitccture at the University hero
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman will fcs honored with Testimonial
Dinner giren by the Z amor a Jewish Center on Sunday erening.
March 9h. 7 p.m., at the Lincoln Manor. Miami Beach.
Szold Hadassah
.11 iimm* Program
Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, president
of the Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah announces a regular
brew School. Mrs. Michael Blank'meeting on Monday. March 10th.
is in charge of reservations.
Hannah Senesch Group
Sees Film, Hears Reading
The Hanna Senesch Group of
H ii issah will hold meet-
Monday, Man h 10th. 1:15
: I le S< a Gull Hotel, Miami
B
in picture '."' H ipe Of
ind the i of a poem
ii-. Mrs. Julius R
s pan if th :
Max W .an.
1 p.m., at the Sorrento Hote
A tea will be given honoring
cew and old members. Guests '>f
the afternoon, will be Cantor
David Silverrran. of the Miami
Jewish Center, and Miss
Judith Youngerman. exponent of
Israeli Folk Dances.
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Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman
ently replaced Mrs. James Wal-
I lean as pi i: cipal of the Cen-
Beach Elementary School.
Dean retired to private life
after 27 years in the sch >"1 sys-
At a dinner honoring her
in the Miamian Restaurant. Mrs.
Liebman and Milton Weiss, Dade
Cou: ty School Board member.
Herzl Group Meets
At Temple Beth Sholom
The Herzl Group of Hai
will meei on Monday, March 10th.
at Ten pl<- Beth Sholom to cele-
brat( Hadassah's 40th Birthday.
Mrs, Samuel T. Sapiro will pre-
side.
A iding on Purim will be giv-
en by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. A
Nominating Committee will also
be select) i.
Stephen Wise Hadassah
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will meet on March
10th, 12:311 p.m.. at 4he North
Shore Jewish Center. Highlight
of the afternoon will be a movie,
tendered Mrs. Dean official fare- \ My Brother And I. Mrs. Sam Si-
monhoff will then discuss her
------------------------------I recent trip to Israel.
Ben-Gurion Branch Has
Round Table Discussion
The Ben-Gurion Branch No.
304. Farband, will hold its next
n eting on Thursday evening,
March 13th, 8 p.m., at the Beth El
Center,
II will consist of a
round table discussion en the sub-
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charge and will lead the discus-
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County Commissioner Harold
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belief that the most important
issue b( fore Dade Countv County
voters "is the saving of taxpay-
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pi ices and high taxes."
Turk, a candidate in the com-
ing Primary for the seat he now
holds on the County Commission
from the Fifth District, is deter-
mined to do all he can to pare
down i oui ty expenses to what he
"an acceptable level Cor
citizens of the County."
"But this does not mean," ad-
ded County Commissioner Turk,
"that important improvements i
should be neglected. On the con-
trary, efficient county manage-
ment means improved methods of
administration and technology. I
There is room for expansion, par-
ticularly in projects which are
sulf-supporting. The thing to re-
member is that citizens of Dade
County are already heavily bur-
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and city taxes."
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flUDAY,
rioter Prospers
TEL AVIV (JTA3-The Ka.s-
>rcr Automobile Comany
x 018 ,v, first eight months of
*&Sln Israel, a local
"L222Sve of the firm an-
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View Hospital, on Staten Island,
New York, is about 25 to 50
cents a day, a phenomenally low
figure. The experimental group is
being cared for under the direc-
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anti-tuberculosis drugs which
are being hailed as a possible
agent to halt almost any form of
tuberulsis is a Jewish scientist,
Dr. Herbert Fox, it was revealed
here.
The 'cost of the treatments
tion of Dr. Edward Robitzek, act-
ting director of the hospital's me-
dicine department, and Dr. Irving
given to an experiment group of jj. Selikoff, a visiting physician at
190 tubercular patients at the Sea the hospital.
Apartment Association
Has Dance
The Seventh Annual Installa:
tion Dinner Dance of the Miami
Beach Apartment Association has
been set for Sunday evening,
March 16th, at the Latin Quar-
ter.
Mayor D. Lee Powell will be
guest of honor. Mrs. Ethel Alter
is chairman of the Entertainment
Committee.
Masada Oneg Shabbat
Miami Beach Masada, Young
Zionist District, will hold its reg-
ular Friday evening Oneg Shab-
bat at the home of Lila Gross, 711
85th Street, Miami Beach, at
8:45 p.m.__________________
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PHOTO BY HERBERT SCNNENFBLO
A DESPERATE WAR is raging in Israel.
This time the enemy is shortages.
Once these boys fought to liberate their
land, now they battle to build it. Their
weapons are the trowel, the plow, the tractor.
The enemy holds many fronts. Housing is
short. Materials are short. So is food.
All this is so because Israel, in her first
forty months, doubled her population by
welcoming 700,000 refugees.Those who won
freedom shared their prize with those who
came home from lands of danger and despair,
even though they came at a rate which ex-
ceeded Israel's capacity to absorb them.
Now Israel fights again-to conquer
scarcity-to turn the great homecoming into
the great borne making.
The enemy can fee defeated if we lend a
hand through the United Jewish Appeal.
New settlements can be built; new houses
erected to replace shabby immigrant camps;
new irrigation lines set to make waste areas
productive.
Through the United Jewish Appeal we
can pass the ammunition they urgently need
-mortar, cinder blocks, equipment and help
in absorbing those who have come, and will
continue to come.
Israel's people, building a democracy like
our own, have no ihortages of NttHJI *d
will to win.
Give through your local campaign. Give
mo,re than ever. Give today!
To turn the great
homecoming Into the great home making
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In 1952
United Jewish Appeal must:
In 1952, the UJA must STRENGTH-
EN Israel's economy and demo-'
cratic way of life; BRING 120,000
Jews to Israel from European and
Arab lands; CARE FOR 11,000)
handicapped newcomers to Israel;'
EXTEND aid to 250,000 distressed
Jews in Europe and Moslem areas,i
and RESETTLE 10,000 Jewish DP's'.
in the U. S. and otiier western de-
mocracies.-
You give to the United Jewish
&ppeo wtea you give to:
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KICK-OFF
MARCH 16
MASONIC HALL
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F.-.GE 4 B
Richard Widmark
In UJA Drama
Ppnisf fhridHar
A
radio programs
in the past have- .-.ten acclaimed
by critics *nd audiences for their
rial production and vivid
dramatic impact, will inaugurate can actress ana movie star, u
its 1952 radio series with Pioneer P"^1* Pa:k adjoining the school
'52. an original drama starring building, according to a d
Plant TrvpH
in \amv Oi
Judy Holiday
vn of K:'ar Br.aj !
numberii x thousand inhabi-
tants, plar.ted four hur. I
i for Judv Holiday. Amcri-
ard Widmark. top-rar.king
screen, stage and radio actor, over
the CBS network on Sundav.
received by the office :
Jewish >'ational Fund.
In an official scroll sent to the
March 9th. from 4 to 4:30 p rri' Jewish National Fund office, the
Eastern Standard Time. t0Ar? managers of Kfar Bnai Zi-
ime
Pioneer '52 is based on the story
or. declared that the decision tj
plant the trees in the name of
/: achieve economic indepen-
A realistic drama of life in
State of Israel general'
da"pIoneeTTa wi.iltar [?/*wfah *ational "" **
ark in the role of Dov. -
irdy pioneer who sacrifices his
own persona. itj ,ns to aid lr.
the more pr rk of build-
ing new ... Israel's immi-
fTants,
1 will be under.
th' directi I H:T.an Brown.
UJA Rac ~an ard pro-
. of UJA- : ,: ri Foil dramatic
portion of the pro) there will
the aims of
United J' is! Appeal cam-
rd M. M Warzurg,
General C :'JA.
Carl Weir.kle. C;rr.pa:gn chair-
i .an of the Coir.bmed Jewish Ap-
peal in the Greater Miami area.
will also describe the aims of the
lecal drive opening March 16th.
support of Israel, overseas
agencies, and local nstituti
Miss Holiday, who appeared on
the Broadway stage, aained
prominence in her role in the
Born Yesterday,
recently awarded an Oscar as I
best American actress :or l951.
Isvavli HadaHttah
Irving Westin, president
I si eli Chapter of Hadas-
nnounces its next regular
ng for the CromWell H
Miami Beach on MondSw M
10th. at 1:30 p.m. t'
Hadas.sah's 40th Birthday will be
celebrated with a PurTm Linen
r and Car.dWrfeht Cere-
mony. The Mesdames Frances
Kurin. S. Knegel, D. Denner,
Harry Kaplan. Ben Hammerman.
Al Osheroff and A. Gilden will
participate. Cheryl Kaplan,
daughter of Mrs. Harry Kaplan,
will light the flame of Israel. Mrs.
Morris Berr.stein is program
chairman and Mrs. Hy Koch, nar-
rator.
FRIDAY. MARCH 7 1952|
riagl<>r-0;rana^t
. Holds ttazaur
On Sunday
The Flagler-Grans'', t. ,
j Community* Center Til] .
, .t> First Annual Bazaa" anffi'
I nival on Sunday. March m
starting at noon. Tre affair ,, u"
'last through the everfng Wl
U,.1?J A_ ik. 1
Held on the inside and
i 51st Place. Robert Tauber chair
man, announced that food will be
' T'l'1 .ua" day ln addi""n to
which there w,n be rides for the
.children, movies, games ard oth'.r
entertainment.
j One of the highlights of the!
Bazaar will be the crowning rf
; a King and Queen to reign over
the festivities. They will fcj
i chosen in the morning at the Sup
; day School assembly.
, The Senior Friendship Groun
, will display a large booth .,1 items
'made by their mem--
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Sppm MHttplay
For Isrui'l
Mrs. Jack Bernard, president
of the Shaloma Group of Hadas-
Bah, announces a regular meeting
i .- Monday, March 10th, l p.m.,
it the Hibiscus Lodge. Miami
Beach.
Purim will be celebrated with
the narration of the Book of Ha-
ll. A movie. Hands Of Heal-
ing, will also be shown.
Mrs. Henry Nelson. Sewing and be guest speaker. At this meeting,
Hadassah Supplies chairman, will Mount Scopus will celebrate Ha-
then display garments made by dassah's 40th birthdav with a
I ip member; sche'duled for candle-lighting ceremony honor-
.ent to the new state. Mrs. irg all members who have be-
Kovrat. is in charge of the pro- longed to Hadassah 25 years or
gram, more.
Mount Scopus Hadassah
Meets Monday Afternoon
The- Mount Scopus Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting at the Beth El
Congregation on Monday after-
noon. March 10, 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Goldman, Chapter
Medical Center coordinator, will
Mischa Elman will appear with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra under the direction of John Bitter on Sunday
evening. March 9th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium
and on Monday evening. March 10th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Dade County
Auditorium. Mr. Elman will perform Peter Tschaikowsky's Vio-
lin Concerto in D Major. The program will also include Michael
Glinka's Overture to Ruslan and Ludmilla and Dmitri Shostako-
witch's Symphony No. 1. Op. 10.
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+J6\*ist fhrkUan
PAtit a a
Or. Feder To Speak Before Pioneer
Women A* Donor Luncheon March 9Jh
and
A
I
id at
H
i
\ ... has
.. ;' Na-
I I, as mi
I i
United S1
he nal inal
eei Women tor sev-
e n national cl
, i: m and Com-
and has been a
World 2ii
'4\. v-


[ :' M ivaukee State
and the Univer-
. she also received i
..ill sciences at
iversity. She took
1 Doctor of Phil-
fcsophy at t: e University
r.M>- where she is a lead-
affalrs. Besides h-r
ponsibflltiet, she
:r secretary of a
,;;'.- Civic Organiza-
tion. In home community of
< (M ri, she is active
W imen Voters.
'. '. iation of TJr.i-
ther Civic organ-
i .
Bter organization,
1.... \- .. ._ Women's Council of
Women maintain
ire than 110 irish-
women and children
State. These insti-
le day nurseries.
Iren's homes, re-
rs, training i
trade schools
: n ation fai llities
: .. classes in home ec-
. tic s iemces and
1 wi men and girls.
. S piro will be pre-
Buuains; Certificate
('....:,- program. Shepard
1 of Bay Harbor Isl-
. reetings.
Dr. Sarah Fcder
Seek Information
On Missing Persons
The Greater Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish ..Wom-
en, this week issued a statement
in which it seeks to enlist the
aid of Greater Miami residents in J
the search for the following miss-
ing persons:
Imrene Gold, female, born
about 1895. in Hungary and mi-
grated to the United States about
i920. She is being sought by
nephew, Laszlo Wlesa Majtenyi,
who is now residing at 207 Lau-
der Avenue, Toronto, Canada. He
was corn on June 13, 1&14 in
Budapest. His father was Josef
and mother, Rebeca Gaspar.
Emmerich Wiesz, male, born on
May 11. 1905 in Vienna. Migi ted
to the United States in 1942. and
last known address was Miami
. He is being sought by the
J< u Cornnronity in Vi n
mformatjdn concerning these
:..- may be addre.-sed to the
Sect! le.
The past presidents of Sholem Lodge No. 1024. Miami's oldest B'nai B'nth Lodge hn0"
a testimonial luncheon on Friday. February 29th. at the Miami Colomal HLJW c Levin ard
was the guest speaker. Reading from left to right, seated, are Nathan Adelman. Isa,c: Levin ana
Colonel Elry Stone. Second row are E. Alb.rl Pallet. Burnett Roth. Sam Silver.Judge J.N.Mom
Jack Abfcotl and Marx Faber. Third row we Ate Aronovitz Jerome H. WemkleJMrt'"*
Sidney Aroncvitz d John Kronenfeld. Other past presidents not appearing in the picture are l-ovs
t. ..man ana HaclaaKfrk.
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Sholem Lodae
Sees Drama
A modern musical dramatiza:
tion of the functions of B'nai
Bin'... written by Mrs. Trudy
Stern and ducted by Miss Dons
Klein, will be presented at the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai g'rtth n eet-
ing to be held on Tuesday eve-
ning, March 11th, at the Beth El
Center.
The Misses Suzanne Kovan.
Barbara Gardener. Sandy Green,
Bern ce Gottlieb, Elaine Rlem,
Marcia Jervto ard Audrey Slot-
| kin, members of the B'nai B nth
Girls Group, will take part in the
Lkit.
Formal election of lodge offi-
cers will also be held. The eve-
ning's program is ur.aer the di-
rection of Sanford M- Swerdlin.
Holland
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Meet With *
Israeli Loaders
Leaving for Israel early this
week to engage in discussions
between the Israeli Government
and world Jewish leaders, was
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of
the Americ3n Jewish Congress
and of the World Confederation '
of General Zionists. j
Subjects to be discussed are the
official status for the Jewish ag-
ency by the Government of Is-
rael which is to be put before j
the Knesseth and the need to
coordinate the operations in the
United States of the Israel Bond
campaign and the United Jewish
Appe;.l. The Latter issue will be
aired at the plenary session of the
Jewish Agency next week in Jer-
usalem. ,
Before boarding a KLM flight
from Idlewild for Amsterdam at
8:!5 p.m., Sunday, on the first
leg of ris trio to Israel, the New
York Rabbi, who as a member
of the Agency will play a leading
role in the discussions, said that.
"no American Jew is doing his
best for Israel if he gives -
to the United Jewish Appeal
without subscribing to Israel
Bonds, or on the ot'rer hand, who
invests in Israel Bonds without
contributing generously to the
United Jewish Api al."
Israel, he emphasized strong.y,
cannot get along without botn
gift dollars and investment dol-
lars. "Funds raised through the
UJA are used to finance the Jew-
ish Agency's immigration, reha-
bilitation and resettlement pro-
gram in Israel, while Israel Bond
investments furnish capita
Israel's long-range Industrial and
agricultural program." he stated.
The question of official status
in Israel to the Jewish Agency,
which is the executive body ot
the World Zionist Organization
was recommended by the World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem
last August, on the grounds that
it was necessary to insure elec-
tive operations by the Zionist
movement in its assigned t:<-Iu*
of immigrant aid and youth work
in Israel, and education and in-
formation activities in Jewish
communities elsewhere. It re-
mains for concrete proposals to
be formulated by the Agency in
this regard ar.d which must then
be placed before the Knesseth
for t-nnsidpration.
til To I Miami Sisterhood
Shapiro Airs Challenge
The Sisterhood of the Miami | David Shapiro will appear with
JH-b-.-w School and Congregation I his once-a-mor.th feature on Sh
will hold a Puiim Luncheon and | iron Seiden's Jewish Forum ~un-
Games Partv on Wednesday, \ day. over station WFEC at 11 a v,
ch 12th. at 12-30 p.m., in the I His subject will be: The Greatest
Synagogue Mrs. Max M. Singer Challenge The American Jew
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(all below landed cost)
HANDMADE BY ISRAEL'S LEADING CRAFTSMEN
JEWELRY
Earrings. Necklaces. Rings (all made cf silver)
ARTISTIC MEZZUZAHS
In silver end bronze
MENORAHS
Bronze and antique silver
YEMENITE
Antique ceremonials, candlesticks, platters,
kiddush cups
MAGILLAHS
For Purim
(Hand-colored pictures)
BIBLES PRAYER BOOKS
Silver and leather bindings
PRAYER SHAWLS YAMULKAS
SILVER PASSOVER DISHES
Vases, centerpieces, bowls, cendy dishes,
large platters
TABLE CENTERPIECES
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(One) $1,500 Hand-wrought Chess Set of
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7,
1952
Academy Students
Plan Purim Festival
A :.'.;.-.
I I
'
-
Via

r.d re-
"
Stu':. nts will 1
iginal E ones depict -

will be of-

be&utiiU. .... a: d hum
costun
Hit progran
. t port
dramatizations and
,
oth< p eyei
>S in th(.' arrangements
le and !
H
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Room M
Harrj Fa
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J .
Laurel Court Han
Spaghetti Dinner
s
.
::. Oi
. 1635
SW 1st Si
lion.
group v..
:. M mday, March
8 p.m., at 215 NV.
Bialik Branch Festival
A Puiiu. .- ed bv
the Bialik Branch So. 290. Far-
oand. will be held on Wednesday
ng. March 12th. 8 p.m.. a't
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
: Beach. Well-krown enter-
tainers will be included in the
program.
Marsh Views
Future As
County Solicitor
ii
mi
' John D. M
elecl

Israelite Ontor
rosi giinr Hall
I lentei
b Purim Costumj .;:
j Sunday, March 16th, : T.. at the
198 SW L'4th tprrace.
Co- -.he affair. Mrs.
I : Mrs.
Bimoui
ill go tov
I II


and Mrs.
I the k
." Mi S -. '.'- Uinger
:
in of
War I]
latl
' of 1


: I shall con-
bsei :' and
and human
shall not
h record oJ num! ei of convi
bolster my i
P ip m the ur.:
vised ac-
d
Th iti lared he
would not fih agaii.-: accused
" ated and un-
.
c use d igh t i
thorough in-
' rea ion for
lismi I ur.li a w ita

M: h asserted that he
ild .. nit the pi
ecution ol ca e 'in ordei to at-
tract a lai
to i, acti
courts." He I thi point that
vei I be i le 1
store the conl
Turk Views
Turnpike As
Farmer's Aid
inty Con r Harold
Turk last
indicated, that
any ippositi in to the pre;
mville-Miami turnpike is
short-sighted. The Commissioner
pointed out that the turnpike
would benefit farmers just as
much, if not more, than business-
men and resort owners.
'One of the heaviest burdens
on the farmer today." said Coun-
ty Commissioner Turk, -is his
cost of transportation. The turn-
oike would cut that bv at least 40
it "
l Commissioner Turk also point-
ut that vast area for addi-
tional agricultural expansion
be opened by the north-
outh turnpike, especially if it
would be linked un with a cross
country branch to the West coast.
As a former member of the
ia State Improvement Com-
I'urk has been a long-
time of the road and
was largely instrumental in in-
teresting the Improvement Com-
on in this problem. Now. as
i r of the Board of County
ission, he has reported that
!i his influence to
U ly start in the
building of thi highway.
Heat h 0'enter
Purim At fair
Irving L
r, ar-
t the fi Purim
:. M
March 10th, Bl T p.m..
.ng of

the Rea
A Purim Pai tv will
rA of the
if tl Ceni :. I
i Scho>> ilso schedul
: Tl U stivitM will
Patio of I
building, will begin with a Mas-
querade Contest. Special prizes
will be awarded.
A Puiim Supper will thi I
F illowing supper, the
ttudi nts will attend the Reading
Megillah.
Phi Epsilon Pi Election Gables Sisterhood
The Greater Miami Aulmni As-
sociation of Phi Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity has elected new officers
for the 1951-1952 year.
who will assume
office are Bernie Salzburg, presi-
joe Salzman, vice
|dent:ai rt'on Galowitz, secre-
- ty-ti easurer.
The First Anr.ua! Sisterhood
Purim Ball will be held at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sun-
day evening. March 9th. 8:30 p.m.
President Herman Flshi r, Judge
Sam Silver and Herbert Oelera-
ter will be judges of t
tun.es. Mrs. Lee Elman is chair-
n an ol the ifair.
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Diamond. Chairman of the Committee
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201
A heroic Jewish nave! chaplain, who, although not a doctor, as-
sisted in the administration of hundreds of lrar.sfusi ns lo wound-
ed GIs in Korea, responded lo appeals here for blood. Reporting
lo a Brooklyn Red Cross blood bank, however. Rabbi Elifau Rickol,
USNR, is informed by a nurse lhal because he has been laking
alabrinc within recent months his offer must be rejected. Chap-
lain Rickel was upsel over the lag :n blood contributions to aid
lhe war effort. (American Jewish Press Photo)
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final nrith Han
laini Carnival
Celebration and carnival
Len-.oratinft the Purim holi-
^e,,.,,vd by the Greater
CfB-nai B'rith family con-
,.f SO o"Ps wlth a mel"-
ffipof 3.500 1:11 be held all
fsunday. March 16th
Featuii varifety of games
Jbooths. a Queen Either beau-
wand taK-nt contest and danc-
L ,o Jules Fiedler and his or-
,wtra. the event will occur at
JTSeach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
' ita carnival will mark the first
time in the history of the loca
Snmitv '"at all of B'nai
ol,,h including adult, young
adult and teen age groups, will
participate jointly in such an un-
dertaking
Proceeds will go to B nai B nth ,
rroiects iik hiding the Youth Or-
Son. the Hillel House of
tte University of Miami and the
Anti-Defamation League. Chair-
man for the carnival is Ted Sako-
witz. local attorney, while Mrs.
Jack Wcin is responsible for en-
ttrtainme: t. and Leo Steinman,
the Queen Lsther contest.
Miss Rema Jackson is in charge
of booth-.
Friendship Club Hears
Skit, Celebrates Purim
A dramatic skit written by
Mrs. Anna LapldUB, a member
of the Golden Age Friendship
Club, will be the main attraction
of the group's meeting at the
Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th Av-
enue, on Sunday afternoon,
March 9th. at 2:30 p.m.
Or. Tuesday afternoon, March
11th, the Forum Group of the
club will celebrate the feast of
Purim. Appropriate musical se-
lections by a prominent cantor
will be featured.___________
Friedman Makes Stand On Night Court Schedule
Friedman has made talks on the
Milton A. Friedman, practicing
attorney for the past 17 years
row campaigning for justice of
the peace in district three, said
yesterday that he would bold
conn at night as required in or-
der that working men and women
wold not be forced to loose a
day's pay.
"Night court will be for the ma-.
who wi rks for a living and can*
i fford to loose a day's pay'
subject before the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation and the
West Miami Jewish Center. He
will address the Golden Age Club
on the afternoon of Mareii 16th.
.and on March 17tl he will speak
ore the West Miami Optimist
Club.
Joseph M. Lipton (left), president of the Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association and sponsor of the Outstanding Citizens'
Awards, and Jerome H. Weinkle. president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith fright), look on as Marx Faber, chairman of the Outstanding
Awards Contest, explains the entry blanks that are now available
to all civic and service organizations throughout the country,
for selecting an outstanding man and woman for the year 1951.
Last year's wini'.-rs were Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and Colonel
Jack Younger. The event was originated by Sholem Lodge and
has been held for the past five vears.
Jest-Dressed Woman
Mrs. Blanche Go odfriend,
Fii dman explained. The ci mghter of Mrs. Rose Weiss, fti
date, an active civic leader who SW 18th Avenue, was listed as
has lived in Dade County for 26 one of i'te ten best-dressed tail-
vears, is reputed by his support-i ored women in America. Mis.
era to be an authority on the low- Goodfriend is the wife of Geoigi
tr courts judiciary system.
Goo.lfiiend. chain store owner.
IJlilhouse For
Blind BoginK
Campaign llt'it?
Burnett Roth Views
Combined Jewish Appeal
Vice Mayor Burnett Roth, of
.! Miami Beach. SDoke at a Social
The Miami Lighthouse for the ;u.]v thjs week he,d in the Miami
Blind this week began its Sixth B Community center.
Annual Seal Sale witn an an- |
nouneement by Hal S. Pelton,
president of the Seal Campaign,
that the seals will go into the
mail this week to residents of the
Greater Miami area.
The purpose of this drive Hel-
ton said, will be to obtain funds
sent in by contributions in the
amount of one dollar or more to
provide maintenance for '-he
Lighthouse. The funds will bo
used to provide training, employ
ment, recreation and case work
for the blind.
A prominent leader in Jewish
affairs in the area. Roth ad-
dressed the assembly in behalf of
the 1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. He described the seven lo-
cal Agencies which derive funds
in the annual campaign.
Mrs. Milion Sirkin. area chair-
man for Miami Beach, was in
charge of enrolling volunteer
workers who will serve in the
door-to-door phase of the Cam-
paign, starting Sunday, March
16th. _____
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1952

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I See
Hava Tarnar is a young Israeli woman of twenty-four. I watched
her as *ne sola jewelry at the Israel Cavalcade last Friday ai-
Iternoon. What seemed important to hera principle ieli:ng point
iwas not the quality of the wares cut that they had all beer, made
i in the land of her birth.
Miss Tarnar is only a visitor here. Her work at the Cavalcade
is both temporary and voluntary: indeed, she has been acting in
the capacity of an unofficial Isreali representative. In the new
state, she is employed by the El Al Air Lines as a hostess on
flights to Cyprus, Italy. Greece. Austria. France. England and
America.
For the relatively untravelled. imaginative person, there is much
enigmatic in foreigners. What struck me about Miss Tarnar. apart
j from her rare beautv. was a predominant sense of reserve which
1 governed her enthusiasm. Speaking in impeccable English, she sub-
, sequent'}- told me about her life in Israel. Miss Tarnar is a Sabra
a native-born citizenand this, subtly but frequently, she d:d not
; let me forget.

Born in Haifa. Miss Tarnar moved to Tel Aviv and attended the
University of Jerusalem, where she studied to be a school teacher.
"It was my father's wish." she sighed with understanding for his
lack of vision. Drafted into the army, where she served as a ser-
geant during the War of L: Miss Tarnar joined El Al fol-
lowing her discharge.
Anecdotes particular to her own existence interested me only
as thvy might apply more generally to the new state. I detected
in Miss Tarnar a feeling of superiority she would deny which re-
sults from her city rearing. It is well known that a marked divis-
ion slratif/js Israeli society, that the two major groups thus estab-
lished are agrarian and urban and that the significant drive which
characterizes the new state's recently arrived populace 'with small
exception unwillingly settled on farm areas) is toward towns and
cities. Re-emphasizing her own origin. Miss Tarnar hastened to
extol the life on the kibbutz. There could be none finer than the
simple existence met with in the cooperative setll'smeits, the red-
haired hostess insisted, while remarking that, of course, one had to
care for it.
Thus, one of Israel's essential social problems became codified
by M;ss Tamer's innocent remarks. Hailing the influx of Near
Eastern and European Jews, she r.ontheless indicated that there was
little place for them but in villages and undeveloped areas. "Yet,
one finds a sort of :reedom there," she explained vaguely, "com-
plet< ly a ... nt in Haifa or Tt! Aviv. It is so crowded where we live.
Mar.;. side in a single three-room flat." I tailed to ask
quarters, as w< sab at the port it; numerous,
inaccessi! le mansions described to me by tourists recently returned
here.

-' smokes quietly. Her unusually large, blue eves
fore the smoh A bad novelist would call her
[fell i this expressi serve the studied quietude
ten in Europeans. ". en was little in her nature which
I the coun r.g men and women I had met
:"> clas ing the pa>: : ir ; ;.rs. and I wa t< ted to ask
Miss Tarnai ab Lit her impressi n I American youth.
She evaded my pointed question and spoke instead of modern
Israelis, of the notable absence of cynicism among them and of
their faith in a future they currently were carving. "Our young
peep.-.'." she ventured as a sole observation in her otherwise evas-
ive attitude, "seem by and large more alert to cultural ?nd political
matters. They certainly appear less nervous." Miss Tarnsr drew
a black shawl clos'jly about her shoulders; her motion was indica-
tive of her remark. "It is a belief. I suppose, in what they are
doing that makes the difference." she said.
Miss Tarnar spoke only hesitantly about political affairs. I made
mention of David Ben-Gurion's stati nt regarding American Zion-
ists v ; such a furor here recently. The vourrg Israeli
pleaded ignorance at first, despite the avowal of her countrymen's
political cunnir.g. She knew little about Zionism. Miss Tarnar indi-
cated, "bei are there: we don't reed to be Zionists." Further
prodding elicited from her the feeling that the Prime Minister had,
after all. been right. Jews in America she said, had presumed to
expect a voice in the new state's government simply because of
their interest.
Somewhat amazed. I pointed out American Jewry's effort in
behalf of Israel, the staggerinq S151.500.000 UJA goal for 1952 and
the vigorous bond campaign currently being condurted on national
and local levels. Were not Israeli citizens aware of these seemingly
impossible organized activities? "American Jews must not think
they are doing so much." Miss Tarnar said cooly if emphatically.
"We do much more. Your money never reaches us. It is only be-
ing used for the immigration program."
; Th- bitterness of her remark emphasized for rr.e Miss Tarnar's
I S>abra orientation, a superior sense which fought to ignore the fact
! that it had not been recognized as an aristocratic cast and that it
: was being intruded upon by upstart, new arrivals over whom world
concern was expressed to the extent of overshadowing the true
pioneers ir. Zion.
: Miss Tarnar subsequently spr ke with enthusiasm about the
(Jewish states immigrants. That all who sought entrance were wel-
come, seemed remarkable even to her. With the mildest degree of
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is very
M:ss Tarn:r thereupon viewed Israel's austerity prooram
aspect of the state's unrestricted immigration policy. "It is v
tad." she said. "There is so much malnutrition and anemia. Cn'v
expectant mothers, infants ard the ill receiv. added rations"
When I ventured to remark on England's austerity. I was brushed
asiae wuh denials of the possibiliiy of comparison. England, Miss
rarner uutsPJa, was a gourmet's haven.
'f n\h 1 tive stand was ma n the issue
of orthodoxy s current moyi I bib prii ,. new
state while putting a deal ..,,;. modern
J world diploma states ship. The Nituray Karl 'he mo
extreme orthodox element, .?u]ar ait. nti( LSJS
.-et fire, she said, "and pillaged i t opposed then -
Miss Tarnar's implied alternative, which apparently seems
!"ifC.C- Posl?'n there, hardly proved palatable. Her earlier
ex-
Simon Seiden
tremism seemed equally untenable.
I could not argue the problem with her. Several r.on-Jewish
visitors a the Cavalcade were introduced to Miss Tarnarhfa
Jackson the exhibit's supervisor. "We wanted to see a real Israel
tty aaid, furtively star ng for signs of the devil's horns or tail
oTtlon?' Nazareh." 0y ^id. "Is it nice-kept in good con-
Miss Tarnar politely assured them that it was. The Southern
gentlemen, caress.ng their bellies as they spoke, expressed special
concern over Jerusalem. When told that the various ChrtX
shrines, both there as well as in Nazareth, did not suffer from
lack of care, they seemed considerably .asvd. "Thai's what
fought for." they insisted. The inf.deis la Christian te^m her?
for Arabs and other unmentionabb Moslem.), they chummily
agreed, must in any case not be tolerated. m"r
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UolA* I '' 'ion
" roodw.ll Group of Greater
& held ar. election meeting i
[Snpie Beth El Auditorium |
fit-ted president was Mrs.
k"iSOthers who will as-
tmce are 1st vice president,
Ee Daniels; 2nd vice presi-
S Mrs Irene Moore; 3rd vice
' V'r Mrs. Ida Shargaa; rec-
fiT secretary, Mrs. Bessie
ESL financial secretary, Mrs.
rtVner; treasurer, Mrs. Rose
Jwr and corresponding secre-
n-..\lr. Leo Kupple.
' >d o* Directors are the Mes-
-m Fiances Boeninger, chair-
-Mildred Bobson, Miriam
i "itYetta Hirsch, Ethel John-
k- Bva Krohn. Frances Nisman,
C -tha Peyser. Rose Rand, Flor-
p-Roth", Hay Rosen, Lillian
Irving Schwartz, Yetta
bittn, Fanny Siegel and Jennie
i "-/next Board Meeting will
Lrfltoce Thursday, March 13th,
' ai the Beth El Auditorium.
olokoff To Discuss
|Bonds And Federation
1- ftiswer to a listener's ques-
" regarding the possibility of
jet between the drive for Is-
a'bonds and the Federation
ixpaign for charitable funds,
io\6 Shapiro, commentator on
c radio program, People's Prob-
_ara, has invited Milton Mala-
|k:::'. Area director of Bonds for
It-'-jl. .'- Ruest speaker on Sun-
Kjlarch 9th, at 1:15 p.m., over
Eatra WINZ.
| Pfople's Problems is a special
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tw. of v. wh M. Nasatir and J-
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Majors and captains in the
Metropolitan Unit of the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal held
meetings throughout Dade Coun-
ty during the week and received
final instructors for the launch-
ing of the Community Campaign
starting Sunday, March 16th.
Frederick K. Shochet, Metro-)
politan Unit chairman, scheduled ,
a meeting for majors and cap- j
tains in the Flagler-Grarada ar-
ea, Wednesday evening at the ,
home of Nathan Adelman. where ';
workers pledged gifts and dis-
tributed cards for solicitations.
Area Chairman Ben Clein super-
vised plans in this cormruir.ity.
Miami majors and captains
met Tuesday evening at the Mi-
ami Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, \
and outlined the Miami cam-
paign. Irving Saal, Miami Area
chairman, presided.
Workers in the North Dade Ar-
I ea convened on Thursday for ,
luncheon at the home of Area
|Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Miller, j
On Thursday evening, in the
'Offices of the Greater Miami!
Jewish Federation. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, the Miami Beach Area
chairman, called a meeting of all
majors and captains and mapped
plans for the door-to-door solici-
Itation which begins on Sunday,
! March 16th in that area.
On Monday evening, March
j 10th, at the Monticello Park Jew-
' ish Center, David Shapiro, form-
' er head of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in the State of Wisconsin,
[ will conduct a fund-raising meet-
ing for members of that commun-
ity.
More than 1,000 Metropolitan
I Campaigners will particate in the
i Kick-off Breakfast scheduled at
the Miami Beach Masonic Hall,
10th Street and Alton Road on
Sunday, March 16th.
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New York and Palm Beach, ard Mrs. Net Greenfield. Miami Eeach.
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A Pinkus Puchkoff Memorial
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or Sunday, March 16th, 2:30 p.m..
at the Religious Schools' Assem-
bly Hall of the Miami Eeach Jew-
ish Center. (>
Pincus Puchkoff lived'in Miami
for 35 years. He passed away on
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Cn Mor.div evening, the Scroll |
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Teachera of the Center's Sun- \
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The Ar.raal sPurlin Ball will
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FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 195J
Ben-Gurion Reports On Israel's Economy;
Establishes Schedule For Value Of Pound
JERUSALEM 'JTAi braelia tightened their belts last week
jn an! n of new hardships promised them under Premier
David Ber.-Gurion new ( 1 :ic policy and waited to se<> whether
,. Minister announced to a tense
ParK tiy would esired effect oi curbing to-
il cing the budget and increasing
oped by G rnment officials
The m
unfold Introduction of three dollar
in a 70-nr.ir.ul for thc Israel poundthe
the premi I $2.80 rate for general pur-
td the pi j i!nci purchase of wheat and
in three 5 nine m 1 a! foodstuffs, a rate of
of statehc
of mineral
admitted I
and people
the past an
of the no
pend on t f 'ration
people of Is
Major featu new econ-
omic policy a.- announced :
Premier and su equentlj
>". 40 to the pound :or institutions
collecting money abroad, for tour-
: r purchase of other food-
.::- seeds ar.d medicines, and
a SI .00 to the pound for foreign
I TS.
:gn investors will, in the
. be allowed to Dring in
entire capital :n the form
jhinery and raw materials,
half their investment
had to be in the form of foreign
currency to be sold to the Treas-
ury at the official S2.S0 rate.
Establishment of an export
board and an expert bank to aid
in developing export markets.
Shown above are members of the Pioneer Worn en Organization. Club No. 2. who received Gold
Certificates at a recent Surprise Party ar.d Conc-rt held in the Park Central Hotel. Pioceeds went
to lhe Child Rescue Fund. Left to right are the Mesdames Ceha Lane./, vice chairman. Maotzet
Hepoaloi: Mrs. Lena Mintxes. chairman; Ethel Dorff. chairman of the JNF. Golda Myerson Club.
Miami; Rfltis Ostrov. financial secretary; Mar.ia Shubow. cultural chairman and recording secretary;
and Sophia Krantz. chairman, ways and means.______________________________________________________
Red (row *ms
Quirk Campaign
With advance gifts totaling
S60.000 already reported, success FlKiMation of"raw" materials pur-
tly for the 1952 Red thases for export industries.
Cross Campaign to raise S2d9.- Balancing of the budget, in-
952. launcned late last week at a : eluding security expenditures.
breakfa.-t ::.<(ting m the Colum- frorn iocal revenues. -whatever
bus Hotel the consequences"' by rigid econ-
Presiding at the kick-off at- orr.ies. suspension of non-produc-
top leadership of tive public works construction.
I by the
the 1952 can paign was John B-
Turnei r.an.
dismissal of 1.000 of the Govern-
1 t's 30.000 employees, and oth-
'The response in the Advance er measures. The premier repeat-
Gifts Division indicates that our ed promises that no more Treas-
' .ship will keep its pledge
to make this a quick campaign."
said Turner. He then called on
urv bills or land bonds would be
issued.
To spur production and reward
Comer J. Kimball, chairman of efficiency, the Government will
the Advance Gifts Committee,
who stated that he expected his
abolish the cost-plus system of
payment on Government con-
Kneset Israel To
Honor New Leader
Kneseth Israel Congregation is
making extensive plans for a
community-wide celebration and
Purim Festival on Sunday even-
ing. March 9th.
The Sisterhood of the Congre-
gation will sponsor a Purim Party
and Masquerade for the students
of the Religious School and for
the children of the neighborhood.
".: Bertha Merir.goff. president
of the Sisterhood, and Mr. Jos-
ieph chairman of the
Board of Education, are in charge
of arrangements.
Festival will continue on
Monday night. March 10th. 7:30
p.m.. traditional Purim
services, when the Book of Es-
ther will be read.
Culminating the Congregation's
holiday plans will be a testimon-
ial dinner and entertainment in
honor of its newly elected presi-
dent. Saul Meringoif. to be held
on Sunday. March 16th, at 7:30
p.m.
workers to complete their solici- tracts ar.d will contract for pub-
tation by Monday. March 4th. and lie works on the basis of tenders,
to turn in a complete report by Wage increases were tied to
Tuesday, March 5th. I output and efficiency. The work
Within ten days Turner said week was increased to 47 hours,
that he expected to be able to j An additional 250,000 acres of
(all his first report meeting of i 'and will be put under cultiva-
all divisions and to show "un-
usual results which will inspire
us.'"
Monday, March 10th. Turner
jinnounced further, the Residen-
tial Division will begin its house-
t( -house canvass under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Sam L. Durgan.
Meanwhile, the story of Red
C:os was Drought into many
S here bv Eddie Cantor, star
of stage, screen, motion pictures
vision, who in a radio
broadcast said, "It is my great
regi that prior committments
h I cannot change make it
me to stay on
here in Miami. I would
1 I to work with your
inty Red Cross because
in my frequent visits here. I have
first hand evidence of its
:. rk."
If you faii to register before
A. ... 5th, you will nut be- eligible
to vote in the primaries on May
(jth.
tion. These measures, Ben Gur-
ion told Parliament were not "a
radical short-term remedy" and
Israel's economic woes would not
be eased overnight. Efficacy of
the measures immediately be-
came a matter of dispute. -
Dr. Peretz Bernstein, head of
-the centrist General Zionist Par-
ty, while critical of the program,
said manv parts of it were "con-
structive." Dr. Moshe Sneh, lead-
er of the left-wing Mapam Party,
condemned the new measures and
asserted "there is no hope that
this new plan will heal the na-
tional economy.*'
A spokesman for the Associa-
tion of Industrialists declared
t at the "'government announce-
ment introduces some order into
the chaos prevailing in our econ-
omic life, but we have to wait to
see how the new plan will be
realized." The president of the
Merchants Association, however,
complained that "for the mer-
1 .-ant. the new plans mean the
>f half his merchandise."
itvih f far hi PTA
Sponsor* Party
Sunday. March 9th. will wit-
ness the Annual Beth David Re-
ligious School Purim Carnival.
The highlight of the morning
festivities will feature a Purim
Operetta presented by the stu-
dents of the Beth David Sunday
School Choral and Dramatic
Groups under the co-direction of
j Mrs. Jack Donnerstag and Miss
: Harriet Damenstein. A cast of
1 over fifty children will partici-
pate, with the leading roles play-
ed by Carol Abrams, Barbara
Baum, Ida Faske, Stanley Gold-
stein. Jerry Shevin and Robert
Simon. Prizes will be awarded
i during the Annual Costume
Parade.
This program is under the
sponsorship of the Beth David
r-TA.
\ursrrif Children
Prepare For
Purim Party
Children of the nursery school
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center are preparing
for Purim, learning Purim songs
and dances, making shalach-mon-
os plates, graggars, oriental rugs
of paper, masks and costumes.
Older children will bake mun
cookies for the Purim Party. The
children plan to give each parent
a shalach-monos plate on Purim.
During their Purim Party on
Tuesday, March 11th. parents of
the nursery school children will
join in the fun. The children will
j wear appropriate costumes for
1 the Purim scene. They will also
J present creative dramatizations
' of the Purim story.
Ethel Grossman, supervisor of
I the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Nursery Schools.
I Charlotte Simon, head teacher of
the Flaglcr-Granada Branch Nur-
sery School, Mina Blumberg,
1 head teacher of the Miami Beach
I Branch Nursery School, and Cora
Friedman, head teacher of the
Miami Branch Nursery School,
are planning on emphasizing the
Purim concept 'of sharing with
others.
(tables Sisters Hold
Donor "Lunch On 11th
The Sisterhood of the Coral I
j Gables Jewish Center has com-1
i pleted final plans for a Third An-
. nual Sisterhood Donor Luncheon I
| to be held on Tuesday afternoon,
March 11th, 12 p.m., a: the Vagi-
bond Club.
Mrs. A. L. Reich, donor chair-1
man, has announced that a Queen
For The Day will be chosen and!
will receive gifts donated by j
Coral Gables merchants. Center
President Herman Fisher, Rabbi
Morris Skop. spiritual leader, and I
Cantor Irving Robinson will be
honored guests at the affair.
The Sisterhood will then turn I
over the deed to a lot on the west j
side of the Center building re-
cently purchased from funds rais-
ed bv its members.
Mrs. Grossman Discusses
Recent Israeli Trip
Mrs. Murry Grossman describ-
ed her recent trip to Israel at a
Cocktail Party in the home of
Mr. Nathan Adelman, 4441 SW
1st Street, early last week-
Speaking in behalf of the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs.
Grossman discussed the direct re-
lief extended to Israeli immi-
grants through the annual Ap-
peal, which is conducted in the
Greater Miami area. Leading resi-
dents of the Southwest Miami
area and the South Miami area
were invited to the affair.
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MARCH 7. 1952
FRIDAY,
JjJbTshap.ro Guest
Laker At Banquet
Ra' Shapiro, president
inical Association o
,'.' will be guast
C:ea.u- \nnual Banquet
\ft reachers* Associa-
f h' ,0 be held in the
, March 16th. 8
I president of the
nounced that the
has become af-
Hebrew Teach-
ffteJ n of the United
e,:,e: and that plans are being
formula! conduct a cam-
Sm aiming the extension of
rew education to
ent of the Jewish
Jopula::. n ''
I Music And Arts League
T\ Miami Beach Music and ,
IArts League held a general busi- j
[mm meeting and concert at the [
Delano Hotel last Tuesday even- :
j.- X .-mental Trio offer-
Ie7ew*rpis f,om WaSrer- pn"
Ichielh. M nd Leon-Cavallo. ;
Maple* To Head
(amp Osfeela
Athletic Program
Ca!. la has announced]
Iheac: I of M. L. Staples,
Indiana, as Program
I Direct the coming 1952 sum-
ner season.
kground includes
Phi Beta Kap-
pa fi jm Wa-
bash I I
|
gree f
Stanf. rd L'ni-]
v e r s i t y i r
School Admin-
istration,
years of !
ing and coach-
i:u .: -.1-
a r. a high
sc h o ''. and
more recently, Staples
Indiana high school principal.
Camping has been Staples' life
i avocation. He has escorted
troups of boys and girls through
a program of mountaineering in
fie Montana Rockies. His ex-
periences as a park ranger in the
Glacier National Park involved
use of camping-out techniques.
I He believes a program should be
tailored to fit the campers, not
the campers bent to fit a rigid
I program.
In Staples, the camp looks for-
ward to campfire programs built
around Indian lore, instruction
in woodcraft for boys and girls
and adventure and outdoor tales
from his many summers as a
Park :.;:.
The camps are owned and op-
erated by Herbert and Belle Sil-
ver who are accepting registra-
tions at 7536 Buccaneer Avenue.
Miami Beach. They may be
pno.-.ed at 84-9121.
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A giant Combined Jewish Appeal Caravan lasl Sundcy showed more than 200
Metropolitan Unit key-workers how campaign dollars work. The dramatic tour
of seven Greater Miami agencies and institutions which derive funds from the
Annual Appeal was organized and directed by the group of seven shown in center
of montage: fL. to R.) Albert Comanor. Executive Director of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, who officiated as guide and barker on one of the four buses; Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. Educational chairman of the Metropolitan Unit; Herbert Sher:
Frederick K. Shochet. Metropolitan chairman; Judge Harold Spaet, outgoing presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the Agec; Mrs. Harry Gordon, in charge of arrange-
ments: and Jimmie Kopelwilz (front) General Director of Caravan and Federation
District Representative.
Center photo, below group, shows part of overflow crowd of workers on the steps
of the Miami Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Beginning at
upper left, and proceeding clock-wise to right, ths Beach Branch of the Center is
the last stop of the Caravan where workers participated in a panel discussion about
the seven agencies and the 1952 campaign in general. Next is a group of ladies who
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right is a portion of a tour gathered in the main auditorium of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. A Hebrew class is seen directly below. Continuing down, are_
?m?,,S;n0,.Hhe, ^9<>d. Hom?' Bureau librarv- low right. Herb Sher djl*V
tour in the laboratory of th Tutn..-> e;-!: *___i_i *_..__ ____ Mmce Pear'
th -._;. i r- ----- au'aes tour in operating room at Moum b -- rt
wvZ .?'"? Director, tells of expanded services. Continuing up.
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PUDAY,
MARCH 7. 1952
vJenist rkred/iar
PAGE 13 B
[Services To Usher In Purim
[tbbi Ever Views Divine
(End In krael s History
Kabbalat Sabbath service
-J tallow ":ial Fnday ev-
I of the Ahavas Is-
<' '..'., -.7135 Byron Av-
E, Miami Beach, at 5:45 p.m.
^rinu tl'e Saturday morning
jSf"9 a.m.. Rabbi Ever will
Em- The Hand Of God To Is-
EHi.^'rv. Cantor Aaron
R'jssist the Rabbi in the ren-
ting of the service,
i Bible class is scheduled for
Mincha will follow at
with Shalos Seudos
A
4:30 p-m
5:30 Dm..
Rabbi Jacob Eorenstein To Rcbbi Honig Discusses
Speak At Beth Jacob Service : Mordecai At Hollywood
Friday evening services of the' ,T;le Jpwish Community Center
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-311 "'Hollywood, 2030 Po'.k Street,
Washington Avenue, will be at 6 hold late Friday evening
p.m. .services at 8:30 p.m.
Jewish Anchors, will be the l Rabbi Jacob J. Honig and Can-
subject of a sermon to be deliv- ,or Mordechair Haalman v
ered by Rabbi Moses Mescheln'.i
Hymen Sco'.in Views Israel
And American Jewry
Ed Maariv following. Daily serv-
g*are at 8.30 a.m.. and at 6 p.m.
Lck LevlneTo-Be Bar
[yjlzvah At Beth David
ijte Friday evening Services
Ihe'd a* the Bt th David Congrega-
Iti-'n 2625 SW 3rd Avenue, will
Cconducted at 8:15 p.m.. with
iBabb' Mi > Shapiro and Cantor
llfeu-ice Mamches officiating, as-
Ijs-.ti v the Beth David Choir.
I Service will be dedicated
lie Rabbi Shapiro on the occasion
Id the completion of nineteen
|ars of service to the Congrega-
[ijo- and the community at large.
Ijr. Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Emeri-
Ifts of Temple Israel, and Mr.
Ileus Heiman, Miami attorney,
|ill participate in the service.
| During the Oneg Shabbat fol-
llo-.ving. the Beth David affiliated
(organizations and the Rabbi's
|lath:r. Reverend Kalman Sha-
[piro, will bring greetings and
Isake a presentation to Rabbi
| ro. Floral offerings will be
Ibv Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose and
III.-, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
1 During the Saturday morning
Lervice at 9:00 a.m.. the Bar Mitz-
vah of Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jbert Levirse, will take place.
Mor.day evening. March 10th,
|n 7 p.m.. Purim will be ushered
with the Reading of Megillas
Is'.her
during the Forum service at 8:30
p.m.
Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Jacob Borer.stein. His
sermon topic is scheduled as:
From The Land Of The Dead.
Junior Congregation services are
at 10 a.m., under the direction of
Joseph Hurwitz.
Mincha will be at 6 p.m., fol-
'owed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will discuss the Week-
ly Portion.
.. of-
ficiate. The topic of a sermon to
be delivered by Rabbi Honig is
cheduled as: Mordecai Bowed
Not Down.
Fri I v evening
Israelite Center, 3193 SW
24th Terrace, will be at 5:30 p.m.
During the late service at 8:30
Hv Morris and Ben Katz
[ficiate. Guest speaker will
be Hyman Sootin, riresident o:
the Miami Zionist District. His
subject is scheduled as: The Re-
lationship Of Israel To The Amer-
ican Jew. An Oneg Shabbat is i r-hi]Hren
scheduled to follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham
Herman Feldman Airs Religion
And Youth At Flagler-Granada
Late Friday evening services at
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center. 50 NW 51 Place,
will be conducted at 8:15 p.m.
Reverend Leo Heim will officiate,
and an Oreg Shabbat will follow
} sponsored by the Women's Group.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Herman Feldman, former
president of the Center, who will
speak on, Bring Religion To Our
Saturday morning services arc
scheduled for 9 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m. In honor of the
Saturday mornir.g services will ?chs wjU officiate and discuss puri hol:da the Megilah will
i at 9:30 a.m. A Religious School *he w.et,v Portion. Mincha will be read d'uri services Mon-
irim Celebration is scheduled ?e a' 0:j Dm- showed by She- dav evening at 7 prn_
be
Purim
for Sunday. 10. a.m. The Purim
evening service will be on Mon-
day, 6:30 p.m.
Continue Lectures On Jewish
History At Beth Tfilah
Views Methods Of Combat
Against Anti-Semitism
Combating Anti-Semitism, will
be the topic of a sermon to be de-
livered bv Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
I witz of the North Shore Jewish
I Center, Dickens Avenue and 75th
I Street, at late Friday evenir.g
services, 8:15 p.m.
The Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Law. and Cantor
Friday evening services at Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah', 935 Euclid
Avenue, will be held at 6 p.m.
At 8:30 p.m., Rabbi Joseph E. Leo Uriich will chant during Sat-
los Seudos.

Continue Series On Greatest '
Stories Ever Told
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Avenuo. will hold
Friday services at 5:30 p.m.
Late Forum and Services will
re at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham
M. Cassel will continue his series.
The Greatest Stories Ever Told.
His topic is scheduled as: The
Power Of The Hamantash. Can-
tor Abraham Seif will chant the
liturgy.
I Dedicate Service To Youth
I Activities Of B'nai B'rith
Early Friday evening services
Id the West Miami Jewish Cen-
|: 5720 SW 17th Street, will be
(at 5:45 p.m.
Late services at 8:30 p.m., will
lie dedicated to the youth activ-
ities of B'nai B'rith, with Rab-
|ti Alfred Waxman officiating.
Guest speaker will be Milton
lA Friedman, national youth torn-
Irr.issioner of B'nai B'rith, who
will discuss: Our Program For
Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Al Lozoff
Rackovsky will lecture on Jew-
ish History.
Services for Saturday morning
will be at 8:30 a.m. During the
mornir.g service, Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky will speak on the sub-
ject Sanctified Garments. At
4:30 p.m., Rabbi Rackovsky will
speak on the subject, Duty Of
Clergy. Mincha at 5 p.m., will be
followed by Sfiolosh Seudos and
Maariv.
Daily morning services are at
7:30 a.m., followed by a class in
Mishnah. Mincha is at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by a class in Jewish Laws
and Customs.
urday morning services which
will begin at 8:15 a.m.
Daily services are Hfcld-in the
Chapel at 8 a.m., and S^r p.m.
--------------------------------Ui
Dr. Narot Bases Sermon On
Book By Rabbi Kagan
A Startling Approach To Anti-
Semitism, will be the subject ot
a sermor; to be delivered by D;.
Joseph R. Narot during Frldaj
evening services of Temple Israel,
137 NE 19th Street, at 8:15 p.m.
The sermon will be based on a
book by Rabbi Henry Kagan, o:
Mount Vernon, f'ew York, and
of the Columbia University facul-
ty, entitled. Changing The At-
titude Of Christian Toward Jew.
A special ritual, prepared b;.
Saturday services are at 8:30
a.m. A Bible class will be at 4:30 (Abraham Binder, of New York,
n.m. Aiterfcon services are at i entitled Esther, Queen Of Persia,
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening services at the
Downtown Synagogue,' 135 >'W
3rd Avenue, Miami, are sched-
uled for 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Min-
cha is scheduled for 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudcs and
Maariv.
5:45 p.m.
Purim Services are scheduled
for Monday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Ian Weiss To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Tiiereth Israel
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, 6500 North Miami Avenue,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend
George Goldberg, spiritual lead-
ir of the Center, officiating.
Ben Essen, prominent local at-
torney, will be guest speaker. His
topic is scheduled as: The Func-
tion Of The Synagogue In Mod-
ern Life.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., during which the
Bar Mitzvah of Ian, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Weiss, will take
place.
Purim will be ushered in Mon-
day evening, 7:30 p.m., with a
brief service and reading of the
Megillah. Reverend Goldberg will
offer a brief explanation of the
Merlin Family Honors Son
At Academy Oneg Shabbat
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
conduct Friday evening services
of the Hebrew Academy, 918
6th Street, Miami Beach, at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabbat for
children will follow at 3:30 p.m.,
and will include story-telling,
singing and folk dancing. Re-
freshments will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merlin in
honor of their son, Eric's birth-
day.
Mincha is scheduled for 5:50
p.m., with Shalos Seudos follow-
ing. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m., and at 6 p.m.
will te hosts at an Oneg Shabbat
following, i- honor of their son, I significance of the Purim observ-
|Hkhael's birthday.
Saturday morning services are
Js'.hedu'itd for 8:30 a.m.. at which
('[me Rabbi Waxman will discuss
I*e Weekly Portion.
I North Dade Jewish Center
..JJe North Dade Jewish Center,
lki2,Wt"st Dixie HiKhway- will
jnold late Friday ever.ing services
|at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chant.
assisted by Irving Jacobs. An
|Unee Shabbal ...ill follow.
\ ance.
Beth El Religious Service
To Begin At 5:45
Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue, will hold Friday
evening services at 5:45 p.m. A
late service at 8:30 p.m., will fol-
low, with Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky officiating.
Saturday 1r.orr.1ng services will
be at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos
following. ,
and
COE-
Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center
Cantor Ben Grossberg
President Nate Becker will
duct Friday evening services of
the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jew-
ish Community Center, 951 East
4th Avenue, at 8:30 p.m. An Oneg
Shabbat following will honcr the
Ladies' Auxiliary.
Temple Beth Sholom
Friday evening services at
Temple Beth Sholom, Chase Av-
enue and 41st Street. Miami
Beach, will be at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday mornir.g services will
he at 10:45 a.m. Cantotr Samuel
Kekmer will render the musical
nortions of all services.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman
Preaches At Beach Center
Rabbi Moses Lehrmar, of De-
troit, will be guest speaker during
Friday evening services of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1701
Washington Avenue, at 8:30 p.m.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
cf Robert Strassburg.
Saturday mornir.g
scheduled for 9 a.m. The Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
A Bible class will be held at 4:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services tre held in the
Center chapel at 9 a.m., and at 6
p.m.
will follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 11 a.m.. at which time Dr.
Narot will discuss the Book oi
Jeremiah.
s are A sj?P- a"d ,
mond will be hosts at
Dedicate Service To
Recuperation Oi Rabbi April
Early Friday evening services
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Corgregation will be at 5:30 p.m
The Ancient Tabernacle And
The Modern Temple, will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered by Rabbi Simon April cur-
ing the late service scheduled for
8:30 p.m. The service will be de-
dicated to the Rabbi who is re-
cuperating from surgery.
Saturday rr.orr.ir.g services will
be at 8:30 a.m.. at which time
Rabbi April will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will chant A class in
Talmud is scheduled for 5 p.rr...
followed by Mincha, Shalos Seu-
dos and Maariv.
Present Purim Readings At
Gables Oneg Shabbat
Friday ever.ing services of th<
1 Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
i Palermo Avenue, will be at 8:15
p.m.
Who Hates The Jews And Why.
will be the subject of a sermon
1 to be delivered by Rabbi Morris
Mrs. Ben Dia-
an Oneg
Shabbat following, at which time
Max Azar will present Purim
readings from Jewish literature.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m. The Megillah will be
read durirg Monday evening
services at 7:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Skop interpreting the Biblical
1 text. A sound movie entitled. The
Story Of Purim. will follow, di-
: rected by Joseph Koven. Mem-
bers of the sisterhood will then
serve coffee under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Herbert Braun.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue^
4001 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach,
will conduct Friday ever.ing serv-
ices at 5:15 p.rr. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow. Saturday morn-
ir.g services are scheduled for 9
a m.
Reverend Brill Officiates At
Zaxnora Jewish Center Service
Friday Services of the Zamora
Jewish Center, 44 Zamora Av-
enue. Coral Gables, will be held
at 8:15 p.m.. with Reverend Ru-
c".. If E. Brill officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Galmos will
be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat,
which will follow, in celebration
Oi their daughter, Sharon's birth-
day.
Saturday services will begin at
9 a.m.. and will include junior
services. Mincha is scheduled for
5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos.
The Magilla will be read 6:45
p.m., at the Monday evening
services, after which students of
the Religious School will present
a Purim play under the direction
of Mrs. Roohelle Ross.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 195,
Letters To The Editor
Leo Mindlin,
Jewish Floridian.
Dear Mr. Mindlin.
Permit me to congratulate you
again on your weekly column.
During The Week ... As I See It.
Not only are your columns a
great source of information, but
it is also most inspiring to read
Mr. Fred Schochet
Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir.
In the last issue of the Jewish
, Floridian, Mr. Leo Mindlin filled
his weekly column with a com-
mentary on Dr. Isaac Unterman's
newest book, The Talmud. We
sincerely believe that this column
and similar writings exhibit to
your analyses of happenings in us clearly the tragedy that has
our community.
Your column of February 9th.
ir. which you discussed Leonard
Rose and music here,-was most
impressive, as are the others. Last
week's review of Dr. Isaac Unter-
man's newly published book. The
Talmud, seemed especially perti-
nent and informative in light of
the author's own review given
before the Bcn-Gurion Branch
No. 304. Farband, only the night
before your column appeared in
befallen the Jewish people from
within. The lack of Jewish lead-
ership and expressive scholar-
ship has given way to neophytes
and amateurs ard pseudo-philso-
phers to express all sorts of ""nar-
ishkeiten" as "true Jewish think-
ing." It is time for Jewish intel-
ligence to shout in the words of
the prophet. "Who has made thee
for a judge and master0'" Is there
no prerequisite knowledge and
experience before one can take
Reverend Kantaroff
Appears In Concert
AtBethTfilah
Reverend Samuel Kantaroff. of
New York, renowned Cantor and
scholar, will appear and conduct
services of the Congregation Beth
filah. 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach, tonight and tomorrow,
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spirit-
ual leader of the Congregation,
announced early this week.
Reverend Kantaroff has ap-
peared in concerts in Tel Aviv,
the Jewish Floridian. It certainly : pen in hand and write critiques?
adjusted the author's address to
proper proportion, since he chose
to speak about Dr. Unterman
rather than about the Talmud.
We all look forward to your
weekly contributionsto what-
ever subject you choose to en-
Here we have on the one hand
Dr. Unterman. a man who has
written some 28 volumes in Yid-
dish, Hebrew ard English, a man
who was ordained as Rabbi by
' G'dolim" in Europe, a man who
has a recognized degree in philos-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
lighten us on ard inspire us with. [ophy. who takes 400 printed
Anna Sorin Bild pages to express his thpughts on
-----the treasury of Ji v. -ish.knowledge
rid information, thfl T*mud. On
' the other hand Mr. MmdJin comes
along with the stroke "f the pen,
takes a phrase out of context.
Which is the r: ;ng to
and bases his commentary on
I this.
We take the privili ge of enclos-
; ing a review of the Talmud by
Dr. Unterman, in I ncere hope
it will be -published in its
i ty, so as some
ol the blot that was placed upon
a tine contribution to Jewish
thinking.
I Ion Shoulson
Beth Jacob Sisters
Hold Tuesday Affair
T) e annual Purim celeb:
<: the Sisl if the Congre-
n B< th Ja will be in the
v. on Tin s-
day. Mai 11th, 6 30 p.n .. at th
Natioi H
The Mi Samuel Deutch,
J n Sta I David Whitman
n charg
H stesses the Mi sdames
... William Kline.
Joseph. .' M B, Frank. Anna
R. Bi Thurston, M. I
Englai Zeilinger, B< ss
Felt.
the 1948 election less thah
fifth of the state's eligible
elected our public officials.
Reverend Kantaroff
Chicago, Philadelphia and New
York nd has officiated at reli-
.. s in many other
cities throughout the world. He
is a graduate of the Petersberg
rvatory and the Kol Schule
in Vienna.
On Wednesday evening, March
he will be featured in aj
Concert of European. Is-
liturgical songs at the
tion Beth Tfilah. Rcver-
i:. K :.'. irofi is currently stop-
e Edwards Hotel. Mi-
ami Bi ach.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14760!'
IRMA ADAMS, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM ADAMS. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM ADAMS
10609 Jamaica Avenue
queens. Long Island. New York
YOU, WILLILAM ADAMS, are here-
in- notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has heen filed against
you, and you are required t.. serve a
copy of you!- Answer or Pleading to
the I 11 of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. George .1 Tnilannff. 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beaoh, Florida,
and file il.....'Iglnal Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2fith
day of March, 1951 If you fnll to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of February.
A.D. 19S2,
i: B. I.GATHKRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Com i Seal)
Bj it. II RICK. JR.. *
Deputy Clerk
fieorge .1. Talianoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:i 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MICHAEL'S OF MIAMI, at Miami.
Dade County, l lorida, intends to reg-
ister s.ii'i name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MICHAEL KOSENTHAL
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congi ess Hiiliillng
Miami. Florida
2 29 :i 7-14-21
FREEDOM of the secret
ballot is the corner stone on
our government was
led. Register now. Vote Mav
6th.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
ANNE'S MARKET, al k:ii N W. Srd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
reglstei said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade Count-.,
Florida.
CHRISTIAN REICHERT
Hl'TNER & HiTNKi:
Attorneys for Amos Market
1/29 3 T-:1-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious nl..... of
BUSINESS I INANCIER8. at 1803 W
Flngler si -, Miami, I-la..
: iei ... d arae with the Clerk
of the i 'Ircull "ourt of Dade i
Florida.
IRA II. SCHULMAN
2/29 S/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT~^TT-
HELEN THEREHBA BERLrNOCI,
vs. I 'lulnt iff.
STEPHEN BERL1NNKI.
NOTICE BY PUBLICA&'-
TO: STEPHEN BERUN8KI
322 McLone Street
~.n,,rnt> rannsyivanla
YOU are required to ,.,Vt,
of your Answer to the mil f o "'
Plaint for Divorce on the- y'L. '"!;
Attorney and to file the ,,,'""'''ri
In the Office of the i> k ,iT
Circuit Court, on ..,- before th. /.^
day of March. 1962; other* ... KnH
of comolaint filed herein ; be uH
as confessed by you. "
DATED at Miami. Florid.,, ,hi, ,,.
day of February. 1952 -otb
E H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court ,'
(SeaI) Dad< '-"'">-- '-.Ida
By: R. H. RICK. JR
Deputy Clerk
MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney
One Lincoln Road Tluildlng
Miami Beach, Florida
2/22-29 2/7-1* .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147511
FLORENCE M. RENN, Plaintiff
vs.
CKOVER C. RENN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: GROVER C. RENN
3260 45th Street
Astoria, Long Island. X Y
YOU ARE HEREBY NmtikJED
that a Complaint for Divorce hi
bean filed against you, and yog are
hereby required to serve a copy o
your answer to the complaint m
plaintiff's attorney. LEONARD t
KlMBALL, 228 N. I-:. Jnd ,\v,
Miami. Florida, and file the nrlgina
answer In the office of the Clerk <.
the circuit Court on or bel re Marc
25th, 1968, In default of which th
complaint will he taken a- nf.ss.
against you.
Dated this 20th day of February
1952.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clei L of the C ill Court
i >ade 'out.'\. i i i.i
By W.M W. s r" "KING"
Deputy Clerk
2/22-29 1 Til
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
;. deali Ing to engai
.'.'.'. :'."."\ '""'' "'" fictitious nai
I HE LINEN CENTER OF MIA'.
i and 139 AVi i tag er St., Miami.
i .a nte :-t. r said nami
with the C ei i. of toe Circuit Court of
l >ade i tounl s. Hoi da
HERMAN .1. EHRENS
.11-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2527'.
RE: ESTATE I >F
ABRAHAM X. GOODMAN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I ban
filed my final repoi: on for
Final 1 "Iscnarge a I '
i state Of ABRAHAM N. GOOD'
max. deceased; and tha
d iy of March. 1952, I v
thi Honorable W i HLAXTOS,
'ount) Judge of Dadi
for approval of ltd flm
for final discharge na A
of ABRAHAM N
i li 'l 'MAX, dece
This 20th da; ol i'
l.ll.1.1 VN
IRVING CYPEN, E
:. ; ; I
CIVIC PROBLEMS are Ihe focus of aitenlion by these 1952 members of the board of directors.
North Bay Area Taxpayers' Association. Pictured here are (seated) Jack S. Mintzer. Hugh S.
Larrick. President E. Albert Pallot. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub and Charles S. Tobin. Standing
(left to right) are Max Boderman. John B. Denvir. Dr. Leonard H. Jacobson. P. J. Davis. Philip
R. Mallory. John C. Frazure. Jack Abbott and A lbert L. Heller. Other new board members elected
at the recent anniversary meeting are Leonard W ien. Sam Becker, George Jacobs. Sam Halperin,
Alfred Stone. Henry Wolf and Sam Segal.
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Mrs. Koch Sponsors
Purim Festival Party
Purim Festival and Card Party
will take place tomorrow eve-
ning. 8 p.m., at the Kenmore Ho-
tel. Miami Beach. The party will
be sponsored by Mrs. David Koch,
of the Israeli Group of Hadassah.
Proceeds will go towards Hadas-
sah's Youth Aliyah Project.
NOT
NOTIC
tlie unde
business
ROYAL
North M
Miami,
the sai
Circuit (
Ida
Haled
ilny of I-
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-signed, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
JEWELERS, at number Hi
Jaml Avenue, in the City of
Florida, intends to register
name with the Clerk of the
"ourt ,,f i>ade County, Flor-
al -Miami. Florida, this 25th
"ehruarv, 19a2.
AARON S. ARONOFF.
Sole Owner
2/29 8/7-14-2]
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURY
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19452
RE: ESTATE OF
QCEENIE STELLA MACHTBI,
NOTICE OF INTENTION YO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
.-, jT" K '" hereby liven that i have
v final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
tl estate of QUEENIE STELLA
UACHTEI !.....,i..l and that on the
l.th day of March. IMS, I will apply
Honorable w. I-' BLANTON
.lielL-e of Lade County, I-"|or-
approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminls-
Of the estate of QCEENIE
STELLA MACHTEI. deceased
This i:,th day of February, 1952
/' S M MACHTEI
MYERS. HE1MAN a- KAPLAN
Utorneya for Administrator
:: T-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- tindi _ii. .1. d< -ir-Miu' to ens
business under the fictitious name of
WEAVECRAFT PRODUCTS, of 1411"
North i:.i-l 9th Avenue. North Miami.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CJUbTAV L. VICTOR
Sole Owner
2/29 3/7-U-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14752/
JACK LIKHF.It.MAN. Plaintiff
MOLLY LIIORFRMAN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. MOLLIE LIEBERMAN
Hartford Apartments
l'> No. Hartford Avenue
Atlantic City. New Jersev
lou are hereby notified that a HIM
in om"laint for Divorce has been
riled against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, a.
., 1i-U'.'-AN' Attorney. 330 Lincoln,
Road. Miami Reach. Florida, and file
the original Asnwer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
M0ur\. on."r before the 24th dnv of
March. IMS. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you fr the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
-i*E A>-I) ORDERED at Miami.
V ?r ,'-, 8 20th day of Ff'>'ary.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Scall
By R H. RICK. JR.
Deputy Clerk
a. j. Kaplan. Esq.
Kaplan. Idetz K- Laskv
:!" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Morlda
for Plaintiff
-' -':' :"" 3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ate undersigned, desiring to engage in
eSH under the fictitious name ,.f
'.1.M-. APARTMENTS, at 21-33 Last
7th St.,.1, Hialeah. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Daile Countv,
Florida.
FRANK BI8MAN
.. .. MAE EI8MAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
m Seybold Kntlding
Miami. Florida
2/22-29 3/7-U
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50737
Notli e is hei abj given
I.older bi asslgni i I'ity
Miami Tag Sal.- Cel I I
it6, dated the Sth day ol J me, A 0.
1949, has filed said Certll i" f>
Office, and has mad.- application Wl
tax deed tO ISSUC the' I
li..... with law. said Certl
braces the following described proi"
crty, situated in Dade Count}', Flor-
ida, to-wit: _
Uds 23 & 24. orchard Villa Tract.
Plat Book 3, Page 44. In tl"- City 01
Miami, Countv of Dad.. BI
Morlda.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of Unknown.
Pnless said Certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, lay will Issue thereon on the 2th da>' 01
March, A.D. 19S2. .. ._.
Dated this 18th day of FebruaiT.
A.D. 19 J2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____,.~T
By N. C. STKRRI.TT.
Deputy Clerk.
2/22-29 S/7-14-21 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY Cl\ ES tn
the undersigned, desiring to enitaBc J"
business under the fictitious name
KATWKLI. RESTAFRANT. at I"
North Miami Avenue, Miami. JW
Ida. Intends to register said <<<
with the Clerk of the Circuit tour,
of Dade County. Florida. .,....,-.,,-
MARK WE1NBBCK
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Mark Welnheck
2 .-22-29 S/7-14 ______
NOTICE TO CREDITORS T
IN THE COUNTY JUOOTS COW"1
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 2745S-B
In Re: ESTATE OF .
ESREL FLITMAN. Deceased
To All Creditors and All PV*n3n*
Ing Claims or Demands Agau
Said Estate: t,rehv
You, and each of you. are Mtjw
notified and re<|tilre claims and demands which >''
either of you. may have Jga a ,
.-state of ESREL FLITMAN. 'I"''',
late of Dade County. Florida, v )t,
Honorable County Judges <>' ir
County, and file the *}<"*;"' In
office in the County ""',,,' ,.|cnt
Bade County, Florida. "|h ",-,,.
calendar months from tneosii ,lln
first publication herei>f. I >' :|l!
Or demands to contain We i ,n
dress of the claimant and I" 0r
tO and presented as .ll."'-""'
ante will be barred. ,.
Dat. February nth. A-g. '
ETTA FLITMAN. ,t
As Executrix of tne
Will and Testament ol
ESREL FLITMAN.
I le, eased
I. It. MAYERS
Attorney for Executrix
2/15-22-29 3/7


.-. *. liters*

LnAY, MARCH 7. 1952
kniat ftrrfrft^r
PAGE 15 B
LEGA- NOTICE
-^TtNDER FICTITIOUS
"TICE NAME LAW
enTlcF IS HEREBT ameS that
NO''1 r. ,ie to engage in
< 11-1>. Flor-
in ZUCKER
. Zucker
|oHN E
I
: BY PUBLICATION
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.T".lTH DiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
ELI.0RIDA IN *M3 FR DADE
COLNTV IN CHANCERY.
L NO. 14781'
I Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY On-EN that
the undersigned, desiring to enf
bus ..--- under the 1" I
MIAMI BEACH BUDGET
Cl IIIM An
y la Ii tend to reglsti
the Clerk of the (
ol i de C .
A. T. HEN1 i .:.- \ PANT.
STEVENS TRAVEL
MAMBER A Lit rER
M I
ic-h, Fa.
3 7 11
IrEAIW
CURES
I
RIELLO. Defendant
iUIT FOR DIVORCE
M CRIELLO
Morello
its m it ':.""'l,,\. v
ftmoklrn Sew \orlc. N. i.
. ', hereb) notified that a BUI
Invoice has been
...I ur.i "l >"u are, '>
|.y nf your Ans-
Ihe BUI of Com-
"'." :.tiff's Attorney.
Roper Building
In, and file the original
ling in the office of
iiLi'Vrk Circuit Court on or
lay of Ai.rll 1*U If
fll to do no, judgment by default
you for the re-
HBI <-'<.m-
fSSke WI' ORDERED at Miami.
March. AD.
' E B LEATHRRMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
tit;.. Klorl la
Ir I Seal)
Id \v stacking
"lerk
I
I
|M.
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
-' mnce in
der ii..- :. ,-, ,. of
;rv MOTORS ai I i S '.v ith
Miami, 11 > reg-
l-:.-r (aid mine with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade C
Florida.
A. \V. SCHOSTAK
Sole wrier
SAN FORD M SWERM.IN
Attorney for Guv Hi
Ml Seybold Bldg-.
MUml. Fla.
I 12-21 3/7-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI HAND ARTS, at 3162 N Mi-
ami Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
S AND J DISTRICTING CO.
By: LOl'IS CEUAN
President
ALAN MARCUS
Secretary
: 2:-:? in-u
.IN THE CiPC'jiT COURT OF THE
Ielevest-' j.dicial circuit, in
and for dade county.
florida. in chancery.
\ ~>6873 B
| INC.,
Plaintiff,
EXCHAN IBS, INC .
la
ants
NOTICE OF SALE
GIVEN that
.. id
. of fore-
li and rendered
ill C w >.
I of 111" III" v.
tali
EXCHANGE
IT. INC. a I
i \ li iNGE PRi >P
irporatlon,
bvJ KITTY iM defendant*.
S il Matter ap-
will off--:
lgh( at bidder for
front door of
inty of Dade.
1 .- of I lorida.
Ihe Ti of April. l?r.J. the
.:.i\ and
rs of (ale, the
foilowlng .......: u situate
the Co inty of
! la, to-wit:
a restaurant equtp-
tchen lulpmenl
In the premises
bei 110 N. B.
ii.I 812 N B.
streel In Miami, Dade
Plol la, in.-hiding the
ii lurftnl and
kitcliei -.i. to-wit:
' Mill
la fountain. 12'
:-...
refrlg. rati 'I -alad-
th horsepowi i
i machine

iteel lunch
: upholati i

uphoi-
i .. loo n "-h
I and back bar
i oiinter and
railed shelves
, ."" team table
Garland .,-,.
Plteo i
w.....I
M.r
with 1
blc
It cubic feet
. ompressor
Cl?" jl IW machine
TOjet met.-, ,i,,k. dralnboaraa
Kitchen hood
"wr (.,,,
3PPer and mix..,- ftStMt*
\l "i;" '"'' r**leter *41 77 40
iv-il'i;1 -' '- mach, Hamilton
t) 2769
--.. I
stands
gJSjWmach,, ,obart
I fSB'JaS'lna fan.
.. gj show ......
"i isl! n "
1 fwta'^tJ'il'i" ,,"i|,- aM<1 "undales
' blih "" "r"
. poU. nans
'".ni ,". "' -lan-ous e|Ulp-
II, t t to a restaurant
Wet ",.'" ',,i;,r '" ''asement.
"3S and 5. '"' K':," of ,he
emlses at
addresses, uhl.-h |.-ase i
I fllr.\ I to the Mortgage
under '.n(
anil til,n ;':'
i,;"', .....i win
fwated

as th
.
nd
llcens
and trade
known and
Shop;
Exi hange Buffet
,'; "'"' all .-111,1 singular the
ms and appuT
" PWruin!" b.....* "r "' ">-
MiHatrddu of March. 19.-.2.
'"IIS I MAMKL
*Ri INOVITX
Dt
w"uooUe.rgistered? Don't
I?? _E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14730'
bte1 manic bakcti8,
peter"b bar --
order of publication
to: peter b. bar
' el nknown
to the bUI i f compls


. of th.
'
E B. LEATHERMAN.
_ ,, Clerk of th ill Court
-
By M .'. PEIGE

SAMCEL RAND
. ..
ling
1-. -ida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deail ...- to engage in
busines.- under the I ii i e of
ALEDO ACTS., at II LeJeune Road.
lablea, 11 Ii "ounl
r said name \viih the
Clerk Of the <'lrcult Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MATER QLl'CK
CAROLINE OLUCK
CHERTKOP AND KALISH
foi Mayer Gluck and
Caroline Gluck.
. :: 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE wOUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14749*
JERTP.CDE C. OUMBERG
Miff.
vs.
IRVING GCMBERG a k a
ISADORE GCMBERG, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOL", IRVING OUMBERG aka
ISADORE GCMBERG. 08 L BAR-
KA8, 117--I3 3*tli Avenue, Flushlnf.
! 1. New York, are r,.,|Uire.i
to serv,- ;i copy of your Anawer to
the BUI of Complaint for Divorce on
Plaintiff's Bo ind file the orlg-
n the Office Of th.- Clerk of this
Court on or before March -". 1952:
otherwi?-. a 1 >- : Pro 'onfesso will
be ntered aca
DATED: Pebruary' 1>.
K B LEATHERMAN.
of th< I'ircuit Court
By it II RJCE. JR.
Deputy I'lerk
MAI.VIN EXOLANDER
>t for Plaintiff
::il Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. I...rida
: ::-:: i 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147266
JOYCE WYNF. REEDT CHRISTIAN.
Plaintiff, ^~
DOUGLAS I.AI.'RICE CHRISTIAN.
I i, fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To DOUGLAS I.ACRICE CHRISTIAN
Address Unknown ,
You are n red to serve a copy ol
your answer to the Bin of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit I ourt
on or before the nth day of March.
a i> !5z; otht rwlae, the Bill ..f Cora;
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
will be taken as confessed b>
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
,uh ":'f. n.'^vmKUMAN,
cierk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Sevbold Bldg.
t/15-22- 3/7 .___________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 147279
ABRAHAM SILVERMAN. Plalntlfr.
rachel silverman. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RACHEL BTLVERMAN
45K3 Clark Street
Montreal, Quakec,
V.^'-ARK HEREBT NOTIFIED
,i,:,, Rill of Complaint for DUoree
has been filed agaii and >ou
ar,. h.reby required to "rvf*Com-
..f w.ii answer to the BUI Of < om
plaint on the plaintiffs attorn.
Hie the original aiiawer In the
of tin- Clerk of the Circuit < '.'' '"
or bcf..... the 14th day of March.
19.',2. In default of which, the Ban
Complaint will be taken as con
LND OlfflERED .tlfkM
,,,,,.. County, Florida, this l-th ila>
of February, LKATHEBMAN.
. circuit "'oart
Bv WM. W. ST. "KING
Deputy Clerk (^}
LEO SHKINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
302 Roper Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/15-22-29 1/7
of
feaaed
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit in
p----- --o r>r-ic COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
ELAINE IVA STONE HANNOCH.
miff
NCICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOWELL H.
N. W/.,
\\'ashlngl i. C
serve i
f the Answer to 1 Com
: |
IfTi .,' ROTHEN-
BERG, 12 '. Road.
Beach. 1 the 0 -
:n th<
cult Court on or bei
other* : a 111 i>e ti
.:.:^-
Date I Of March. A \'
>S!
E C LEATHERMAN.
r the Circuit
i: i: II RICE JR.
.
i 7-M-!
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19580
RE: ESTATE OF
LE< l MACHTEI, 1 I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
v. rTICE glvi that 1 havw
f .r
. Dls -harga tor of
MACHTEI.
that on 1 "'
. [ Hon-
W V. BLANTON. i 'Unty
:. c >unty, F- irlda. for-
of said final : 1 for
barge as of
I LEO MACHTEL de-
. .
- l'.th day of F-'
- B M M VCHTEI
MTERS, HEIMAN KA1 LAN
I :
! 22-29 3 7-14
Attorney
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n Tic: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. '"'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 147liJ
St'IT For CANCELLATION OF
FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE
TO. PANTEL ATVAS
'l.irlbaldi Ave.
I.odi. New- Jerael
You PANTEL ATVAS are herebv
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
B of Decree of Divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of vour An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Att
HERMAN WEPMAN, t07 Bta
Building. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Cln ill
on or before :':e 10 day of Mar. h
If you fall 1 do so. j idgment by de-
fault will be taken
the rel in the Bill of
Th:- shall be pul
ea
I
DONE AND ORDERED
: da) of Febi A.D.
I!
E B LEATHERMAN.
I .- rfc, I '|ri lit C
:
(Circuit Seal)
Bj WM W 8T "KING,
ity Clerk.
'/".-::'-- /-.______________________________________________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Nc. 147191
JACK BRl IWN, Plaintiff.
MARY BROWN, Defi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MA BY BROWN
179-11 i A\enue
. Queena, New Y'ork.
TOL" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai BUI Complaint I
has bean filed attains! yo: in the
above ei titled cause and
I to serve
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
DivorA n the Plaintiffs attorneys.
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
-!.,. ol March, 1V-2.
other* i- I De ree i
be e:.* ii you.
-
each week for four t I weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
1 at Miami. I'.orlda. this > day
of Fel
E B LEATHERMAN.
art.
(Circur
B) '" B BARDIE
Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER Ml'I.LOY
Attoi ni Plaintiff
MM Ingi iham Build-.:.-
Miami, FV
:/v.::-.:.< ,:_________ ________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl ll
the ui
-lie fictltlo I -
NASH CONSTRUCTION COMPAN1
at '.: ral -' !: '' '-
gyn< Blvd Ml
said name with the
..f the lit Court of Dade
"*"' NASH RUSH
KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Nash Russ
UN) 1. R -ol.
Miami Beai h. Fla.
2/1S-22-29 :'/7 ___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under '.he fictitious name of
WIBDER BROS CO.. at 8104 S I\
Highway. South Miami, Fla Intend
to fwglstei said name with the Clerk i n
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARRY WIBDER
SAM YVIEDER
BERNARD WIEDER
Attorney for Applicants
3 7-14-21-2*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 2589
l Re ESTATE OF
HAlMI HAIMoVITZ. also knowi
HAIMI HAIMowiTZ. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against
I Estate:
You. and each of you, are herebj
-rlfied and required to present any
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslaned. desirine to engage ir.
I. lataesa under the fictitious name of
BRILLIANT CLEANERS LAIN
DRY. at 140 Weal Flader St '.
Fla.. intends to register said name
with the Clerk ::.::: Court
Of Dade c untj
HARRY WEISMAN
STEPHEN F KESSLER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERF:BY GIVEN
the ur. : r to ..-
- ihe fictitious 1
IDEAL H AND BUILD-
ERS --: "' 1211 '
tables
ida. ii.:- ids I
with the Clei
: .- :
.NE GITTLEMAN
DAVID P. CATS
e) foi Idi a

I :-:<-.
claims and demands hkn you, or
either of vou. may have against th'*
of HAIMI HAIMoVITZ. also
known as HAIMI HAIM'WITZ. de-
- d late of Dade Cunty. F'.onda.
t.. the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. I
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here
Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
| :,.- sworn to and presented as
I. or same will be barred
' n ttnd, A D .MSI.
HENRIETTA HAIMOWITZ
As Ad--, ntai itrlx C.T.A. 0"
HAIMI HAIMOVITZ.
HAIMI HAIMOWITZ,
MTERS. HEIMAN a KA1 LAN
| \ -' A
- -
OF
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50766
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nettie Meyer, hi lasignee of
Eversla -
Sale Certificate
' May. AD
I94S, haa fill tea I
'
tax deed to
a nee wirfe Is ertifleaW
brace the I
erty. situated la anty. Btati
if Floi la '
i-ot ll r. .
lera Ses Part PI it B<
of Florid as .
cate N- !2: i
said proi '
h ,! sraa in the name of
Et Al.
Lota f- & l. "
Heights Addn B. Plat Book IS,
Page 1>>. locat-d in Dade
State of Florida, as en I
Certificate S 125 Tl
ment of said under the
Realt) Exchange Sales
oe re-
\ deed
will Issue then the 2
' A D 1952 _
-.- of tbruar},
*-D : : LEATHBUfAM.
ill CaejM.
r
B) N !TT.
ity i'lerk.
i Circuit Court .-
i/'a-H ;,7-:i-;i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N TH6 CIRCUIT COtB* Or
ELEVENTH JLDICIAL CIRCU;T
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. Iw1(
-
\MSEP I
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
GAMS
"
- -
Sew' ,
v GRACE GAMS
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has bei
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-
it oh t
p. Hen K
-

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
SONNY S JUICE BAR at 2"7 NE
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Oerk Ol
the circuit Court of Dade County.
F,0r"'a- MARTIN CAPLAN
Attorneys for
I- L< Y11 s OUCK A
BARNETT I'EI-TZ.
'onrreas Bldg..
Miami. Florida
2/K-22-2V if
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busin. s, ;.: I- ihe fictitious m '
ORANGE BOWL COURT AI'AI->-
Mi-NT- iN.W. lh AV.
Fla., Intend to register said nan
the Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of
^de^IYI!i:y;Ky1;,,vviTz
MOI LIE LKlBoWITZ
Owners
MANUEL I.CBET.
Att..-1 M.plicant
: .- Bldg.
N E 2nd Ave.
_'/l".-22'-':' "I"__________________________
~ NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 147213
EDWARD GORDON DAVIS. Plaintiff.
vs.
PATRICIA DAVIS
12 Lawn Avenue
New Rochelle. N T
TO: PATRICIA DAVIS
You are hereby notified that a Bin
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney.
Stephen V Kessler. 2200 West Flas-
ler St.. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
March. 1SS2. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at MLim;.
Florida, this 11th day of February.
A D 1J5*
E B LEATHERMAN.
:k. Circuit Court.
Dad.- County. Florida.
.Circuit Court s
By YVM \v STOCKING,
Ity Clerk
2 1-.-22-29 S 7
for the
Miami,
.
N E !. LEATHERMAN.
.
Dad-
..... .
By WM > ..N>.
*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY-
EVELYN STEIN BECKERMAN
PHI I IP BECKERMAN. Defendant-
P NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
PHILIP BECKERMAN.
- S*ew Yol k Avenue
Sew x- rk
V*',h" Clerk
alt Court on or before-
12th. M52: otherwise, said
taken as confessed
be
March
will
vou.
1 this
AD. 1M1 ,.
12th day of
by
February.
B. LEATHERMAN
cierk of the 't>rt
Bv R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
3-
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th* J-wtah Floridion o-
Bdti yoor legal notice*.
We appreciate yOf
patronage and auaran-
twe accuTtito swrvlc* at
legal rate*. Phone 2-1141
for meesenger service.
t7rtot.7Sid name "with the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court of lade County^
Florida. REXATO BBKVENUTI
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
UM W. F.agler Street
2/10-22-29 3/7
SEITLIN & COMPANY
- PERSONAL
ANO
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
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