The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Kick-Off Breakfast On Sunday Launches
1952 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Life Dollars Sought By 1,000 Local Workers
,********* *****
Ben-Gurion In **<***
. a_ II I runds ror
Personal Talk
Prim Mil ister David Ben-
(. iel. will speak to
a gat I volunteer workers
on Sun i : 1:30 a.m.. it has been
ann iu e I by Metropolitan
I Chair- K. Shochet.
The v >i 'i the Prime Minis-
Be". 'Gurion
ter will come directly from Israel
bv telephone wire to launch the
greatest Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign in Miami's history. In
recognition of the important po-
sition of Miami as the first city
in the United States to launch
the annual drive for free Lite
Dollars through the United Jew-
ish Appeal, it is reported that
Ben-Gurion expressed a desire to
address the Kick-Off Breakfast
group.
News that the Prime Minister
would address the mass Break-
fast Rally, came last week fol-
lowing a series of trans-Atlantic
cable communications between
the Metropolitan Cabinet in Mi-
ami and top leaders in Israel.
Ben-Gurion's official message
from Israel on Sunday will mark .
the first time that any local cam-
paign has been launched by the
voice of Israel's leader.
Ben-Gurion is expected to re-
iterate the emergent need for
S250.000 in cash to be supplied
from the Greater Miami cam-
immediately for food,
clothing and shelter in Israel.
Volunteers To Raise
Local, Overseas Needs
hr as1 arSBWFj^pa^aajra
B agcS"will be launched Sunday mornin3. 10 a.m .at a
K-6?"Breakfast in the Masonic Hall. 10th Street and Alton
________________--------------------i Road. Mian Bea:h
I
! Report Meetings j
The modern Masonic Hall at |
} 10th Street ard Alton Road.,
j which seats 400 persons, will I
te the regular meeting place
for all report meetings sched-
uled promptly at 8 p.m.. during
the next three weeks. Metro
Chaii man Shochet urges all
Workers to attend meetings
,and follow the schedule im-
{ printed in the worker s kit.
! Report meetings will be
hehd: Tuesday. March 18th:
Thursday. March 20th: Mon-.
day. March 24th: Thursday,
I March 27th; Monday, March
ar.d Wednesday. Apia
31st;
2nd.
I

Behind the leadership of Met-
ropolitan Chairman Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of the Jew-
ish Floridiar, and w:.th the
guidance of a cabinet of twe'.va
community >aders. more than
one thousand volunteers writ
gather at the Kick-Off affa.r
for final instructions before
their annual door-to-door can-
vass.
The Metropolitan Unit with a
quota of $80,000. is preparing an
intensive street bv street a-1
door-to-door coverage of all Daas
County, which has bean divided
into seven working areas similar
to the pattern outlined in' prev-
(Continued on Page 15 A)
Surrtrise Box
Am full of surprises jn
has been promised
for t '.ainnvith Kick-Off
Bn Sunday, it was an1
irly this we"k.
A musical comedy
'ea'.i: local talent will be
one : ,:- features, Chair-
man I : K. Shochet stated.
Prizi given for attend-
}l keys" opening
the dm to countless pleasures
v>i! tributed.
B II, 1 invsj Nig'it Club
v from Detroit to
headlii Lighter side of the
am, ar.d other lo-
V1 ei nment will round out
the g:. /.-Off festivities
Weinkle M'rgen
Ml-Out Effort
Carl Weinkle. General Cam-
paign chairman of the 1952 Com- ,
bined Jewish AoDeal addressed:
1 Greater Miami listeners on St a- j
! tun WGBS on Sunday evening.
following a half-hour dramatic
presentation by the Uniteu Jew-1
1 ish Appeal, featuring Richard j
Widmark. entitled. Pioneer '52.
"I know the shocking condi-'
tions in Israel," Weinkle stated
in his first radio address since
the inception of the campaign in
January. 1952. "When I visited
there. I saw the empty shelves in
the food stores. I saw men and j
women lined up with ration;
cooks in hand, seeking the bare
essentials to sustain their fam-1
Hies. I saw thousands of men.J,
women and children living in j
tents. The Combined Jewish Ap-
peal will save these lives by
sending Life Dollars to these
courageous people. Life Dollars
wiil provide food, clothing and
shelter." ., ..
Weinkle also described the
growth of the Greater Miami
ar.d indicated that
"An Honor To Serve'
"1 consider it a distinct honor
to serve as thi 1952 Campaign
Chairman. This is a vital cam-
paign to provide Life Dollars
to the reedy in Israel and to
help keep open the doors of
our local agencies.
"I accept the responsibility
of leadership and at the same
time wish to urge an all-out
effort in thir greatest ol com-
munity campaigns. Every
Worker who carries pledge
cards in hi* kit. carries poten-
tial Life Dollars which are sore-
ly needed to provide Lite s
needr tc immigrants in Israel
ard to supoort the dignity ot
the Jew everywhere.
"Sunday. March 16th. is a
most important date in our
lives. On this date, we will
search our hearts and I am
confident Greater Miami will
supply the answer with their
limitless generosity. Let us all
pitch in and do the job to-
gether!"
Score Hoardh To
IK u skin Airs Local
\i'd Of Hollars
Dan B. Ruskin. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, under whose auspices the
annual Combined Jewish Appeal
is corducted. early this week
stressed the fact that although 1s-
rael receives the greatest pro-
portion of funds through the
United Jewish Appeal, it must
be remembered that seven local
1 agencies also depend on the ram-
| paign for financial support to,
continue serving this community.
' ihey. too. reoH L>^ r>o"-
I to meet our growing community
i needs." Ruskin stun.U. no.- .s
i a deeply significant moment. The
door-to-door campaign must be
siucessful. For the future wel-
fare of the aged, the youth, the
infirm and the needy, we must
obtain Life Dollars to do the job.
community
[th institutions f Vroares*
here are h ed to meet the KepOl *~ rnn
expanded n..... thei e agencies, j ,a More
He urged that the rommiuntyop- LJJJ** utilized in a Greater
9AXAi^JSVS. M-i campaign will be used^to
CP""- ------
humanitarian causes on the na- ,
Uonal scene and to inert the
needs of our expanded local wel-
fare agencies. I urge the Gicater
Miami community, to contribute
Three display boards, measur-
ing 6 feet wide by 15 feet long,
will be permanently posted in
the Masonic Hall, 10th Street and
Alton Road, scene of the Repor.
Carl Weinkle
Miami community to fteeUVgs of workers. Quotas.
genermslv to the-1952 cmSlS gnu,ber of pledges and
Et\dAhTrU?.'ude I Sally progress will be recorded
Dan Ruskin
Rabbi Miller
Rabbi Miller To
Speck At Rally
Rabbi Irvirg Miller, one of the
nation's foremost philant.....
leaders and pr '.merit bgt i
in the Zionist M ment, wiU
dress the mass Kick-Oft" F
on Sunday. 10 a.m.. March 1 I i,
at the M Hall, 10th Strast
and Alton 1, I M ami B *ch.
Flying I New
City' especially for the
Rabbi Miller will describe i
hand observa'ions made on
recent tour ol Israel. He is form-
er president of th ? Arr.en
Jewish Con- es and president-
elect of the Ziortsl Organization
of America. Pr. :.".'.'.. r is also
the spiritual lea I th i Con-
gregation Sons of Israel, Wood-
mere, New York, and was
twenty years, Rabbi in Far Rock-
away. New York. Hi has
peared frequently on many na-
tion-wide radio programs.
*


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FRIDAY, MARCH
Miller Airs Methods To Strike At Klan;
Warns Against Broad Level Of Mask Bill
Anti-Ku Klux Klan legii i( signed w st
ically at the anti-Democratic acth I the Klan. Alexander F.
Miller. South-. R gior.al Director i tl Anti-Del mal n League.
B'nai B'ritli. declared yesterdaj
Mill-.:- outlined four types of laws that southern states could
pass to "free themselves of the ...
- tes. will
Klan met ml Imi
basic democrats rights." These
are:
1. Soc:.- Society Registration
Acts. Klan rs associate
bj f >ur Soutl
\\ this evil.
3. Anti-Cross I -. Laws
intimidati intend-
ictims by tei risti signs
North Dade Jewish Center, St. Paul
Methodist Church Live Brotherhood
\ Dade residents apparently don't care to forget that Na-
tional rhood Week has come and gore. It stems they have
embarked upon a campaign Ic make the concept Of brotherhood
, in( n a symbolic celel ration. They want to make it a manner
Dade Jewish Center and the St. Paul Methodist
Chui joined hands to en-
Center and the St Paul
dist Church are alreadv
beyond the close ol the KL'.
Fan to poibilities of U
loint activities. A united
ball team is among o'^, a
many projects thev rnw! 1
have in mind.
futu
operation of Pn sident Apfelbaum
and Reverend Murphy, spiritual
leader of St. Paul's, the Fair will
Aradcmu I o#/,rj
Hold Card Part*]
Irvine Firtel. nr..s ;. ..,?
secretly to conspire against .:.. ind symbols, especially cross
public order and safety. The burnings. The use k sym-
secrecv can be .-tripped from the bols can be limited thibit-
Klan by Society Regis- ed by appropi such as
tration Act which has been on is now on the books in Georgia
the law books one state for| 4 Civil Service Laws. The
many years and which_has been k:an has some! [filtrated
law <.-.: rcement inery.
gage h nt sot ial 1 ctivitii
in th< pi ess, consciously to I 1
get ll surface difference-; xisl .
Some of their oDen tomorrow and run through Hebrew Academy Fathers' ChJ
v point out that March 22nd. at the Dade Countv today announced thai his graiil
such joint activity will conclus- Armory. 22nd Street and NW 7th "
1 of
ively show that these differences Avenue. Principle features of the
are more imagined than real.
-When we play together, we
also think together." one enthus-
will hold a card partv .,
evening, at the home of
Fair will be booths, amusements Remhard, 1141 SW 10th Strej
and merchant exhibitions. Pub- Miami, on Mondav
licitv chairman Al Soear. of St. March 17th, 8 p.m.
l'veninJ
upheld bj
me Court
States Su-
This act requ
Dr. David S. Ar.dr.m. p
of The Hebrew Academy %
fficers wh 1 an members
and the finani
. Klan. to be
rtered with 1 tary of
state and open to public inspec-
tion.
2. Ar.ti M aws Klan vio-
lence is usually committed under
cover of a mask, hood or robes
T> is con and pn
tits arrest. An Anti-Mask Law,
such as has beei
'he nienii st, the officials | Klar are thus unqualified
1:: i: to stop K'.an violence or
-per.se equal justice. This
I problem can be solved I \ legis-
:. providing that each few
cement officer take periodic
that ru :.- r : a member
Ku Klux Kli ny oth-
ganization with similar ob-
. -
- Pi .. soffered
nore realisi jisla-
:-. a prop se ImN
1 a the Ku
Klux Klan In that st I
rities have 2 rests
: Kla : in S C> ina
nt
Region red
I by At-
General M of
N
ir scrupulous ghl
t the si tion at
-.

... sec-
- -
.-.
-
iastic supporter of the new part- Paul's, has indicated that a beau-
ners irked. "We will dis- ty contest will also be held and;
cover that brotherhood can be- will include contestants from Mi- Kaobi Alexander S. Cross. Prin
an actuality rathei than ami Beach, Miami. HUleah, North "^bi^JElRJ ~le ,fathers. Sid
- rt of ideal to be eulogized
Mango Avocado
and Citrus Trees S3.50
L/p to large S zer.~ -g s re
ALL KINDS OF
ORNAMENTAL S^tLSS
- : HP
Pain-; Snaai ~'ees
HULL'S NURSERY
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PC. -
in sermons by our Rabbis and
ters
The first move toward the un-
ion b "a een the Jewish Center
and St Paul's came as a result
of the Church's invitation to hold
a O unty Fair. Frank William-
son, president of the St. Paul
Men's Club asked President Mur-
ray
Dad
in
St
dent
ted 1 e Jewish group's de-
parts :pate. The result
N irth Dade County Fair. '
In con unction with the co-:
ing hell
Miami. Opa Locks, North Miami ney Rubinowitz, chairman o( jj
Beach and Coral Gables. The Concert Arrangements Commi
winner will be given the title tee. will then report on the n
of Miss Dade County and will be sul,s of the Music Evening he'
awarded with two air, round-trip on February 24th
tickets to New York for a week's
stay there under suitable chap-
eroning.
Norman Smith, secretary of the
Fair, has indicated that ladies of
Merinqoff To Be Feted
A Testimonial Dinn > ,vj|i
given this Sunday evening
March 16th, at 7:00 p.m by
DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE
COLONS MAID?
PART TIME OH FULL TIME
IN PRi\ i"c MOVES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 NE. tit Ph. 9-360'
No C- Employer
Klan .' a-
st I s nol
ach up al
- In lim-
tivities of
ps. we
1 be
- into n that
I to limit p.
..-.- eiation," Miller
-'
'it association which is
. ut the illegal acts
associated, Legislation
... I be directed to curb illegal
ts, not 1 vent association. It
is relatively simple to cur'-) the
Klan'.- ji ctionable activities
with lying their consti-
tuti inal -:. of association."
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^iy MARCH lil
vJmist ncridfiatr
PAGE 3 A
17/ Say...
/rJ note: Mr. Simonhoff is currently in South
' ti (is icell as future articles written by him,
Mnta\ ., Jewish Floridian by Overseas AirmailJ
com" <" '
i. 11 m Jewry offers more than passing m-
S" rcsoects it ranks higher than far older
i.n-St. ln Sl ... ^.^mniti..s T holds first nine-
THE SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNITY
terest
ind r
in per
!us communities. It holds first place
** r\n\i donations to Zionist and Israeli causes.
"" per.. a maturity and stability surprising for a center
5Kh recent origin.
^ffjSrisn'Si**" of the Cape, Natal the Free
aH Transvaal exceeds 100.000 somewhat. This
S,a,emun> s a' whole is intelligent.Anglicized, and
communu> <> environment. While Zionism is
*2E 'the "trongest cohesive force, Orthodoxy along
CBush tradition is the formal and accepted ritual.
,heu ,f ti extremes of ultra piety or disintegrating
f^Usn There are several Temples, but the Reform
"^Iment is rather feeble. Respect for Judaism a rc-
Sv towards Medinat Israel, interest to Jewish
SSSSnnT an active philanthropy, and support of or-
Sions are the distinguishing aspects of its Jew.sh
ff Allin all its communal life is refined and organ-
ic educated and disciplined.
.re INTEGRATION ,
Amonc the newer Jewries that sprang up dur.ng
*. iQth century, South Africa is somewhat phenomen-
Sfo-its unified integration. In other communities a
watered factionalism still prevail^ In the USA the
Knfcm between Reform and Orthodoxy has not
p cuite disappeared. The divisions between Germans
nd En Europeans, though rapidly on the wane, have
nnt vet been obliterated. In many parts of the world
Z Ashkenazim and Sephardim remain separate and
distinct groups. In few places has there been a bet-
Sffleicence than in the Union of South Africa.
A HOMOGENEOUS GROUP
This cohesion might be attributed, in some degree,
. th(. neous character of the people. The an-
restore of the majority stem from Lithuania. Thus
when a group has a similar attitude, and shares a com-
Son modi ol thought and feeling, community life blos-
soms n i readily. It progresses without the strain.-,
and stn from diverse elements of various back-
grounds and dissimilar tastes. American Jewry suf-
fered from such dissensions before the welding of com-
mon interests forged the various groups into more har-
monious communities.
AS EARLY STRUGGLE
Earlv in the 19th century. English, Dutch, and Ger-
man Jews began straggling into the Cape province. It
was not until 1841 that a minyau could be induced to
attend High Holiday services. The Congregation, Hope
of Israel, struggled on for two generations. It was pre-
vented from falling apart by the energies or cajolery
A its devoted ministers, who generally performed all
the functions of Rabbi. Chazen, Shochet. and Mohel.
The Synagogue was under the jurisdiction of the Chief
Rabbinate for the British Empire, with its seat of of-
fice in London; the small congregation itself composed
of individualists, without a common outlook or tra-
dition. The centrifugal forces of assimilation, indiffer-
ence, and inter-marriage were retarding, if not pre-
venting, a normal growth.
A LITHUANIAN ORIGIN
In 1880, the Russian Czars stepped up persecution.
A mighty stream of Jewish emigration began. The
bulk went to the USA. For some reason. South Africa
captured the imagination of Lithuanian Jewry. Per-
haps they heard rumors of diamond fields in Kimberly,
of gold discovered in Johannesberg. In any event.
South Africa attracted more Jews from Lithuania than
from the larger communities of Poland, the Ukraine,
Roumania, or Central Europe. They brought along
their love of learning, religious or secular, Jewish or
general. They tarries with them the clear common
sense refined bv intensive study of the Talmud. A
goodly part of their heritage was a rational tolerance
that was never obscured by Chassidism as in Poland
or Galicia.
INHERITED TRAITS .
The settled Jewry of the African tip was no matcn
for such accomplished theologians. They seemed crude,
insurgent, and medieval to Rabbis trained in modern
schools, polite in the English manner.and sent down
from London or Manchester bv the Chief Rabbi of the
emDire The I.itvaks ignored the authority of such
superficial and snobbish" spiritual leaders and set
up their own synagogues, chevras. and Talmud Torahs.
But no Kuiturkampf resulted. The greenhorns could
also make quick fortunes during the ostrich feather
craze Aftera generation or so. the sons and daughters
of the Lithuanian new-comers virtually took over.
TRANSFORMATION vino's
Their flat herring Yiddish has given wav to a King s
English of beautiful diction, of sonorous accent vuth
peculiar charm. The massive volumes of the' Jalmua
and tomes of the Haskallah era he on the shelves of
the synagogues. The hunger for education is satisfied
bv the taught and literature of Britain The yesh.ta
bochur is transformed into the university student ^f
Capetown and Stellenbasch. The metamorphosis seems
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
final and complete. Yet the annihilated Jewry of
Lithuania is not dead; it still lives in the South African
community.
A ZIONIST COMPLEXION
The aware Litrish intelligence sought and found its
answer to Jewish insecurity. The community became
99^ Zionist, the highest ratio of any land including
Israel It set the example, not only to tne highest per
capita contributions, but in personal service and sacri-
fice Its youth formed Kibbutzim in Palestine; its
volunteers fought ar.d bled for Jewish statehood Its
professionals and industrialists left the fertile African
soil with its untapped resources for the barren auster-
ity of EreU Israel. Men of capacity devoted their tal-
ents to the infant republic. Joseph Genng served as
Minister of Finance in Ben Gunon's cabiret. Aubrey
(Abba) Eban is the Israeli Ambassador to Washington
and Delegate to the United Nations.
Appoint Zeff
Regional Head
David Zeff has been appointed
director ot the Southeast Region
ol the Council of Jewish Federa-
tes and Welfare Funds, it has
been announced by James L. Per-
mutt. Birmingham, Regional
Presid. ill
Zeff, who has already assumed
his new duties, was formerly ex-
ecutive director of the New Brit-
ain Jewish Federation. He suc-
ceeds Gerald S. Soroker who
served as temporary Director of
the Region. At the same time,
Permutt disclosed that the Reg-
ional offici will be located at
I Pythian Sisters To
[Discuss Mah Jonq Party
Officers of Roosevelt Temple
No 33, Pythian Sisters, will meet
at the home of Mrs. Han v Baron.
3140 SW 19th Street, on March
13th. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Al-
fred Wiseman.
Plans will be made for a Man
Jong and Card Party to be held
in the near future for the pur-
pose of raising money for Cancer
Research. ..
The next regular meeting of the
Temple will be held on March
13th, 8 p.m.. at 500 SW 17th Av-
enue. After the meeting. Quick
On The Draw will be played.
ITS LITERARY GIFTS
With due allowance for the generality of human
failings the communal tone is civilized, with a more
than average propensity towards idealism, expressed in
philanthropy. The educational average is especially
high No community proportionate to numbers, outside
of Israel, is more articulate. A population twice the
size of Greater Miami Jewry supports several Anglo-
Jewish weeklies, a Yiddish daily, and Jewish Affairs
a solid, high quality monthly in Reader s Digest format
A group of writers express the communal soul, baran
Gertrude Miller has achieved international recognition
for her excellent books, which include biographies o
Cecil Rhodes and General Smuts, and the People of
South Africa, a classic study of racial and group ten-
sions.
A DISTINGUISHED COUPLE
Groups are best reflected by representative individ-
uals. I was privileged to meet a couple who express
the best in South Africa Jewry. Hyman Davidoff
lawyer of character and ability, is a Member of-Parlia-
ment. In contrast to the self-seeking opportunists often
found in American politicians. Mr. Davidoff deliberate*
chooses to represent the unpopular Labor Party,, a
hopeless minority in a racial aggressive nationalist
state. His wife Jeanette is a leader in Zionism. Her
mfts as a speaker and writer have been recognized b>
the WIZO (the Hadassah outside the USA) which has
sent her on lecture tours as far as our own Dominion
of Canada. For character, ability, personality, and so-
cial grave, the Davidoffs would ornament any commun-
ity._________________._____________.-------------------------------
the organization. P. Puchkoff.
Morris Gisnet. formerly an at-
torney of New York City, Joel
Cohen and others will eulogize
the deceased.
of Pir.kus Puchkoff has awarded | with the eo P f h de.
dlctionarie. have also been pre- >eetmB|f"*"^*?*"** SS night at the Scottllh Rite
aented to the Publie Librar.es of p.m.. at the Assembly Hall ol M la.t 8 ^
Mi.,i -d Miami Beaeh bv *|J^^SSl^JXSS o, D.striet. 30 and
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614 Chamber of Commerce Build- _____,.-., T
mg. Atlanta Hungarian* m o
As Regional Director Zeff will i ff offf FettHval
provide c>immunities with per-
sonal consultation problems of
social planning, campaigning.
budgeting, community organiza-
tion and interpretation. In ad-
dition tn periodic field visits, he
will make available to commun-
Miamians of Hungarian origin,
will commemorate the 104th an-
niversary of their struggle for
freedom and the 100th anniver-
sary of Louis Kossuth's visit to
the United States of America, in
"^ gSESS ^^TTy.h^itofthehonn^
will make available to commun-|'<- ceremony at Bayfornt
.ties and to the Regional Board S-^BLSSS tomorrow even-
of Directors and Committees the "rK f a""**
wide range of Council -informa- "ftAf^ES
E, -it o |s."*<
The Hungarian Radio Hour and
the Magyar Social Club will then
present a pageant. Mayor Chelsie
Senerchia will open the festival
-.ie sure road to better govern- witn a message from the citv.
ment is an alert aggressive peo- Reverend Ladislaus Biro, Baptist
register and vote. I Minister, will lead the prayer.
tion and experience in every as-
pect ol Jewish communal life.
Th
Devoted Wives Agree
HUSBANDS WHO LIKE GOOD C0IFEE
DESERVE (MAXWELL HOUSE
A. P. PUCHKOFF
MEMORIAL MEETING
will be held by the
HISTADRUTH IVRITH OF GREATER MIAMI
SUNDAY. MARCH 16th, AT 2:30 P.M.
at the .
Religious School Assembly Hall of the Miami Beacn
Jewish Center. 17th St. and James Ave.
All friends of the Hebrew Movement and friends and acquaint-
ances of the deceased are cordially invited to attend
"There Is no substitute for Maxwell House Coffee
when H comes to making a man happy with a cup of
coffee. Yes, I've tried other brands, even some of the
instants. But nothing satisfies my husband like the
rich, full flavor of Maxwell House Coffee"
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the rich, hearty Good to the Last
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K> many wives agree, when theres so
much more pleasure in a cup of this
famous coffee, its just poor econemy
to serve anything else.
Mort Jewish people buy and enjoy
Maxuell House than any o'her
brand of coffee
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* Jen ist MtriJiar
FRIDAY, MARCH 14 19Sfl
EDITORIAL
CIA Meeds You
Greater Miami will formally launch its Met-
ropolitan Division Con-.rciar. tcr the 1952 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal with an early Sunday morn-
ing breakfast.
Some 1.000 volunteer workers will then comb
the city in c house-to-house canvass. They will
bring the story c: Israel's current needs directly
tc residents here in then effort rapidly to :.l! the
Campaign's locai goal.
No Jew called upon to do his part can cfford
tc ignore what ought be an evident duty. Funds
gathered by the Combined Jewish Appeal will be
used to augment the work c: some titty local, na-
tional end oversees agencies. Th ir.ee: bene-
tehay is -.he "J'A.
We have written often enough about the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal We have stated that immi-
grants currently entering Isrcel depend upon it
la their rehabilitation end integration into :he
Dew Jewish state. We have warned that e host
ct brother-lews in Near Eastern countries en-
dangered by Moslem animosity wail anxiously
tor its aid so that they may be transported to
safety.
Thus it will be incumbent -per. each of us to
c jve tc the limit o: our means in no sense ought
e regard oui g.ns o: lite Dollars as charity for
**>e recipients o: these air.s will use them to make
c: crrid lands a nourishing haven.
But beyond the employment o: these tunas by
the United Jewish Appeal is then urgent need*
here in Miami. Seven local agencies will also be
'he CJA s beneficiaries. Organisations like Mount
Sinai Hospital the Jewish Home tor the Aged the
Greater Miami Jewish Ccmmun.ty Center and
rthers will oepeni upon the act.viry of our re-
sponse to Sunday s door canvassers. As resi-
cents o: Miami it will behove us to invest m cur
oenetio-
PIEDMONT COLLEGE IN GEORGIA ACC
* *500" MONTHLY GRANT FROM
ANTI-SEMITIC MILLIONAIRE
GEORGE W- ARMSTRONG-
WITH A STRING ATTACHED
futures to: each o: us is in seme way
c:v o: these organizations
Lesson In llaniionv
The North ?acie Jewish Center and the Saint
Foul Methodisi Church are taking the concept o:
brotherhood seriously. They are not content with
i.ster.mg to sermons in their Houses of Worship.
only to toroet the advice o: theix spiritual iecders
as they return to their weekly chores.
The North Dade County Fan begins here to-
morrow. Both the Church and the Jewish Center
ere its joint sponsors. Actively engaging in so-
cicl affairs together, they will learn one another's
ways. They will also leam to regard their fellow
men as fellow human beings rather than as co-
religionists or as strangers to be avoided.
We are sure that neither the Church nor the
Center anticipate giving up their individual
identities. The outcome of the joint County Fair
will be much more positive. Experimenting with
Hiii v vs. Right
The duties of citizenship are varied ard
times without convenience. Some are mandatorv!
these we accept impatiently and often considtt
them as an infraction of our "constitutional
rights".
Other such duties are voluntary; these we
most often ignore. Voting during election period!
is one of the citizen's duties flagrantly unheeded
We regard the time needed for registration end
polling as inexpendible.
We have merely to recall the personal sac-
rifices made in order to insure the public har-
chise and then look to the East for an illustratic-i
of man's hate resulting from the denial o! per-
sonal freedom. Only after such careful consider-
ation can we perhaps grasp the enormity of oui
error in ignoring the voting duty.
It must be understood that such an unenforced
duty often comes to be looked upon as a privil-
ege; the privilege, in unreasonably luxurious ease
becomes equcted with a "right". The unpracticed
right ultimately finds itself in the danger of being
withdrawn.
This may seem theoretical. But history c-
bounds with examples of democratic societies
whose principles were destroyed because its citi-
zens saw the practice of their duties as an in-
convenience. For by ignoring the virtual need c)
chcosing public officials, such choice invcriably
falls heir to the politically ambitious few.
Here, in Miami, failing to register before the
April deadline will mean that only the smallest
segment of the area's residents can be in a po-
sition to state its choice on May 6th. Inevitably,
public officials will become the voices of those
secret few who applaud us as we shirk and who
silently await the day when they can remove
from us this citizen's duty we unfortunately find
so intolerable.
the possibilities of human relations, they will find
new strengths in their organizations unknown tc
them before.
For by working as a team, they will inevitably
discover thct surface differences between peoples
must never be permitted to obscure essential her-
monies.
Israel Proposes Balanced Budget;
Expect Revenues From New Income
' the G vernrr.ent t Israel is proposing a
- Minister r Tn I Industry, told
Mr Jose] tins, the 168,450,000-p and
*'' th< government as th< Knesset began eon
' atl "-,-: l balance the budget
tarn -. .-. iu
e.cncmrc ? He
st I-' re: Kaplan.
F n.-.-.t V." ft ..- ill
H-. sot ss _-; thai the influ
...: i e
months in advance. For the first
I the t vernnv I has in-
ppropriations in
the regular budget and will at-
tempt : its expenses.
.....ling the military, from in-
rathex than by notes, bonds
and the printing of new currency
Increases m. administrative and
service expenses are 24 percent
in :-i? budget than in
.ax year's, and it is expected that
this will be rejected in a further
increase in prices. At the same
time, subsidies for essential food-
t in. addition to t-.e Min- -'---* have Deer, cut in half, with
Seek \ames Of Music School Holds
Missing Relatives Chamber Concert
Is your name or the name
of someone you know on the
following list? They are the
The University Miami
School of Music will pr' .- r.t stud-
ents from the Cham';-.. Music
population figure*
for i -- p ast : o years. Th i -
- ..--. budget of 34.".0O.0OO
- included m the regular
r:r*.-;
i udget :.;
.: r. 2
-tpui as *
ftabili2< l- itl s -~r
n 50 i
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R ye. s budgets. Dr. Jcs-
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luxury and ;a!e? tsxr? tc pro-
i-r add : oal revenue Nt pro-
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nt for the cost ; ahsorbir.g
- nta this nil be the
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building their lives in Israel
This will be the eleventh i"
If you recognize a name, please this years series of Be. umont
communicate directly with the Hall Recitals.
Search Bureau cf the" Jewish Ag- The program consist? : the
ency s Ahvah Department. 16 ; Quartet in A minor. Op. 51. No. 2.
East 66tn Street. New York 21. -and the Piano Quintet in r minor,
New York. Op. 34. Members of the class
Grzeanikowski and Peter Btrtol-
ino. violins; Arthur SilvernMn
and Barbara Hill, vii las; and
John Rabe-Steel and J sepbine
Rowan, viohncellos.
The Quartet in. A rr.m. r is one
of the two first quartets publish-
ed bv Brahms in 18T3 as Opus
51. The Piano Quintet :.-. F minor
was first wntten as a string quin-
tet with two cellos. :i- -
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r Warsaw, fund last kn> in
Heni Street i Iclyi
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Voting is i. civ:
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VOLUME 25 NUMBER U
AiJAR 17, 5712


r.:ARCH 14, 1952
> in* f s f- fir iriidliitr
PAGE 5 A
Shepard Broad
piles ro Run For
Commission Post
.(1 Broad. Jc
tin residenl
recently filed
sionto nil
ted I v the death
Louis Sredigar.
Bign ieadquar-
,.nd floor of the
, ierce Building,
Avenue. Miami.

Hi aiulvis Wtnnvti
1'arniral Affair
A i nivi
. tier. i i.i by i; 1
Auxiliary N 199, I r; e
Sons Isra .. w il]
. i vening, 11 th< Bea h
;. Great
ui Ity Cent) r on B
A variety ol gam I I >oth
will be featured, with proceeds
from each booth going to
charities, including Cerebral Pal-
sy. Muscular Dystrophy and Can-
cer Research,
Mrs Daniel Stein is chairman
of the Carnival and is !>i ing as-
. by Mrs. Leslie C. Rome,
| co-chairman,- and Mrs. Sidney
Goldberg, Mrs. Sully Levy. Mr.-.
Max LeBost and Mrs. Jack Le-
vinc.
A business meeting of the Aux-
iliary was held last night, at the
Scacomber Hotel, Miami Beach.
Gladys Plotkin was in eharge of
the meeting, in the absence of
President Edna Feinberg who is
in Europe.
Overflow Crowd Seeks Enframe Yo Hear Mjerson, Roosevelt
Isr-.-l as an island of democracy la he Near Easi. ________^^____________---------------------------
All Cream Cheese is
Shepard Broad
:. yoUOg attorney
Mitchell D. Price.
me. took a leave of
m his law practice and
full-time secretary at
Headquarters for
iroad's Campaign Com- i
J
.n to elect Shepard
I nty Commissioner was
. ohed hy Baron de
r at a meeting o.
| supporters of the can-
hich was held in the
of the Miam:
I Commerce.
ie Hirsch Meyer ir. his
. Idress reportedly de-
l Broad as a prac-
ideals and action.
it, "that he has estao-
:" the most extensive
le law offices in dis-
that he pioneered and
e ot the substantial
ties in district five, the
, Harbor Islands, that
and first mayor of
Bi r Islands he has re-
Uage i very year
:" while continuously in-
unicipal services and
.it he pior.eered and
Broad Causeway, a
! illar project that did
taxpayers one single
[s one of the found-
ctor of the North
.f Miami Beach.
: ;. president of North
'-: ivings, Building Loan
and that he has the
: being voted North
intv's most outstanding
. 1980.
Hirsch Meyer added
iccomplishments madel
ideal representative
. five on the County i
:- to the benefit of the
......
Broad immediately!
me in district five at
Avenue, Miami Beach,
iving in Miami Beach
ears i go. He and his
;. and his two children,
!. Morris, still reside at ^
address.
Broad has long been
I with religious, civic
. thropic efforts in the
Gr< Miami area. He is complet-
- third term as president
Temple Beth Sholom. He is
als i one of the founders and the
1 si president of the Miami
B sen Zionist District. Broad was
a delegate to the World Zionist
Congress in 1946, held in Basle,
Switzerland.
Forum Issues Spoken
Purim Journal Here
A spken Purim Journal will
ued bv Dr. Alexander Muk-
: ni during tomorrow evening's
Purim Celebration of Der Yid-
Forum at 8:30 p.m., in the
C inference Rotirs of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, 420
L:ncoln Road.
Among other contributors will
1 Dr. Max Lipkind, Dr. M. J
' >k. Dr. A Milstein, Ehiel Le-
- woder and Beryl Morrison.
Readings will be given by Ifao-
shano and Max Gleiberman.
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FRIDAY, MARCH l4. 19J
<~>ttutlu s leialtSfftJ
HELEN ALPERT
'-HE HAGE.V FAMILY:
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By an interesting coir.c:dr.:e one in a series :r. Sunday
mozr.-.r.z ". found myself ?: the Ocean Surf Hc:e: meeting the
Hacer. Family. This is the hotel built by Muriel Hirsch Pick.
The rubber zitcrrr.al still bold! the original name: the Alcar.
Surf New cperators are twe r:s:ors. Esther and Bertha, mar-
ried to two brother! Leiiisch and Izaak Hagen. Esther belongs
to LaiMsch. Their sons are Jackie M. and Mar.frec '.6 rclh at
Beach High. Jackie was preser.t, sc we had a fine time talking
about school and teachers Bertha and Izaak s posterity are
Ruth, engaged to Clif Aloer. and Max .
From Germany, the family catna to Miami ten years ago. They
share a refreshing, developed outlook. To them, cur community
is a piact .- which 10 live with friendship and cooperation. Toe
many usual .erely wish tc exz'.-.:: ::. So I suppose that's why
I'm thinking cf them, here Incidentally, they signed the mem-
bership spplication. And do) ::; incidentally they're the
longest-t:rr.c- readers cf The Jewish Flcridian I've met. Yep. Jen
years:
RUTH BRCTMAN:
- illusl___ Ruth Brot-
Mana-Zucca
musi Ruth says the
fetes March 22nd, at the home of the Paul Char.fors. They'll be
.-.osts T.-.e guest program contains our kings and queens in the
music realm cellist Jean Becett: flue solos by John Bitter, pian-
ist-compese.- Henry Gregor. P_::-.a.-.a Graye. Bos!:.-, soprano you
loved as Michaela in "Carmen". whose accompanist will be Dan
Gordon. A poetical preface is being created by Maria Marcy. dra-
matis! *:-.:- : personally recall from her "Cinderella" a few years
back .
And Ruth Brotman will Anyuta Melicov at the piaro will
honor Jewish Music Montr, loo, in a program of folk songs .
-' '''' '".'-.. 5 C nsul
Lat;n A V ncert
Mar-
: leni le the Albert the Harold
lurk Anton Ai Mrs Mollii '' .. Ben
' '' Mrs. Sam : in all.
IT'S NEWS:
-"-' Youngi tion of her 1 ttngs throug
Bet you didn't know
it was sba i-nc executed the portrait of Golda Myerson you've
noticed in all the ads and fly-sheets for Bonds for Israel! A tribute
to her perception how she gathered charac!erislics from numer-
ous snapshots and clippings, es a composite Hei em portrait
"' in an M A
M Han a glove
Satch. hand -n glove Miami Beach Art Center
runs the Ycungerman showing through March 24th. Prevue was
Monday evening.
"' : '"'- Sam Obi -aching at
;-.- '- Tl Ober tein ved to
5HA v AI Lesser in Tavernier -an
" F Phil Mai just thai -. living-
'-"-" I
RUTH GROSS has the area's perfect woman's office, effective
but feminine. tner, r t ,,. ..
ings, just
" -' : mi Ruth's
- '' convictions Mir-
Peacl ting. So charm-
CALLING ZZZD WRITERS:
Abojl to hit the newspapers is announcement of a new
writers' .. .-.-ting at the YMCA on March 28th. Handsome in-
street-.: Z:..-.?.- Maxwell telephoned to emphasize that this class
wih devote rse.f to selling manuscripts. Big concenlralion will
oe or. markets and ediiona! needs Al once, students will work
out a short story, paragraph by paragraph.
IlalMli Academy stuier.ts celebrate the Purim Festival at a Masquerade and Carnival held in the
Acacemv Auditorium or. Purim Day. Pictured from let lo right, standing, are William Mamches
Phyllis Xatx Valer.e Mamches. Melvin Sachs. Daniel Chill. Janece Mamches. Michael Kogan. Hat-
vey Mefcaat. Martin Katz and Billy Abel. Front row. seated, are Ann Grace Yediin. Carolyn Grey,
Helene Hertz and Adir.a Stadlin. ______________________________
Miss Isserman Tells
Betrothal At Party
Detroit Social Club
Has Purim Party
7 Purim celebration
'. flu I it Social Club will be
held n Sal evening, March
st the Town and
Hall, One Lincoln
R
Mrs E Li venson is in charge
cf ar: Hostesses will
be Ida Korash and Mollie Gold-
berg. Judith You: exp>
nent of Israeli Folk Dances, will
highlight an entert inment pr,.
c:am.
Going Formal?

l.'ir TI100I
Holds Elections

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The tie 1
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Strei :.: Bes
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Haym Salomon School
Children Present Play
On Sunday Mai 16th, at 6
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School h Cul-
nter
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given by
well as "a
: en of I
>ol.
Selma lssermai
and Mrs. Leopold Isserman.
'. N< ark. New Jersey, anr.
gagement of the:: daughter.
i-j. to Sgt. Robert San-
''' ilrr.an. US A::: -:._..-.;.:
n of Mr. and M
:. 3900 Garden A.
': Beach,
.'. luncement of the couple's
thai was made at the 80th
' lay party of the bride-
elect'! grandmother. Mrs. Alex-
I rman, also of Newark.
ierman was graduated
Pi ipect Hill School and is
ployed as a dental as-
' in Bloomfield. New Jer-
Sgl Wollman was graduated
"'' equahic High School and
Jersey State Teachers' Col-
legi where he was an hon
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Jmistncridfian
PAGE 7 A
personally Speaking
tk residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged were treated
m and cake by friends of Mrs. Sidonia Gluck in honor
few b"*day last Saturday.^
Frances Horowitz, of Baltimore Maryland, is visiting
Mrs. Sadie Diamond, of 1701 SW 13th Street, and will
toheretoi two months
main
* + *
M Shniaryahu T. Swirsky was honored at a Luncheon
if' ihe Beth El Sisterhood last Wednesday, at the Strath
Uen Hotel. Miami Beach.
iveri
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eL0iem ^sch left last Wednesday for New York City by
He leaves today for Paris, France, and will arrive in 1s-
f h rtlv thereafter. While in Israel, his daughter, Ruth, of
&n, England, will stay withMrs. Asch here.
M = Charles R. Jacobson, of Coconut Grove, is recuperating
i, Vicoia Hospital following major surgery. Mr. Jacobson
romn.oi'.t artist associated with the Combined Jewish Ap-
1 here.__________________________________________
Manize ll'nai B*
A coffee held at the home
, Mrs M'1,on F"rcidman on
Lday March llth. at which
lime an. v. B'nai B'rith Chapter
Kbo>n. New officers pro u-m
K presid.nl. Mrs. HarveyH^
K', [ents, Mrs, Murry
feu' V Bernard Teitel and
Urs Frank T >bak; corresponding
fecretarv. Mrs. Minnie Ruben-
\ : secretary. Mrs.
Bernard Newmark; financial sec-
fctarv Mrs. Sidnev Kaplan, nos-
Intiiitv Mi Milton Friedman:
fefreshr. nts. Mrs. Harry Zim-
merman; and counselor, Mrs.
iTeena Kat/.
I A contest is tiow in progress
lor a new name fur the chapter.
A drive foi membership is also
Kirrently 11 ing featured, with a
prize to be Riven the person
ringing in I i largest number ot
riih Group
members and to the pc-son whose
'uc cost ion for a new name will
be accepted.
The membership affair will be
! held at the Colonv Restaurant
! on April 22nd.
------------------------------
Tuv*day Review
lias Courtesy Day
Courtest Dav tor subscribers
| will be held on March 18th, by
: the Tuesday Review. Mrs. Sol
Leslie, chairman, announced ear-
lv this week.
' Subcribers will be permitted to
bring two guests to near Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein discuss The Dark
Moment, by Ann Bridge. Held at
Temple Beth Sholom at 1:15 p.m.,
the Tuesday Review is sponsored
by Hadassah. Proceeds go for the
new medical center in Israel.
Cohen, Taub
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cohen,
of Irvington, New Jersey, an-
nounce the engageme; t of their
daughter, Marilyn Ann. to Ger-
ald L. Taub, son ol Mi rid i-
G. rge Taub, Team k, New ler-
sey.
Mis Cohen, a former resident
and a graduate of Mi-
: High School, attend-
ed the Ui iversitv ol Florida and
Upsala College and is presently
iated with Squier, Shilling
,v Skiff, Inc. She is an active
of the B'nai li'i ith Young
\v n E lex County.
Ml raub li Ifl a lunch-. Dinette
i>u-m' -s in Teaneck. A veteran
of tin' Navy, he saw service in
the Pacific' Theater ab rd the
Battleship Missouri as a combat
photographer. He is a member
Of the Jewish War Veterans and
the Louis Bambergcr Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Men.
A late summer wedding is
planned.
Miss Sally Tagrin To
Dov Chapter Party
The Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold a card party
on Wednesday, March 19th. 1
p.m.. in the Beth El Auditorium,
Mrs. Rose Pertes. president, an-
nounced early this week. Chair-
men is Mrs. Louis Stillman. Pro-
ceeds will go for the Children of
Israel Mat/oh Fund.
Miss Sally Ann Tagrin
Mr. and Mrs. I. Zelkin, of 2034
SW 22nd Terrace, Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
granddaughter. Miss Sally Ann
Tagrin, to Dr. Arthur Hillman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hill-
man, Orlando. Florida.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School,
Wed Dr. Hillman
Davis Institute lor Medical Tech-
nicians and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. She took part in.
many dramatic activities in
.., hob] and is a member ot the
National Thespian Society.
Dr. Hillman was graduated
from Orlando Hi
University of Florida, wh ir<
ne ,, nember of Pi Lambd
i Fraternity. I a ng
honors from No hern 111 i
College of Opt. try, he is '
practicing in i Mu
Beach. The wedding will take
place May 25th.
Barbara Steinberg
To Wed In August
Miss Barbara Steinberg, Uni-
versity of Miami student, and
Hugo'M. Spitz. Miami attorney,
will be married in August in
Charleston, South Carolina, home
of the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Steinberg.
Miss Steinberg is a member ot
I Sigma Delta Tau Sorority at the
I University. Mr. Spitz, son of Mr.
land Mrs. J. G. Spitz, 325 South
Shore Drive, Miami Beach, grad-
uated from the University of
Florida, where he belonged to
I Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
Be smart. Register now and
avoid the last minute rush. Re-
member the hooks close April
5th.
Florida's Mrs. Abe L. Pollack enteriains out-of-town guests at
Ihe Shelborne Hotel with a Luncheon and Card Party. Among
those present and busy with Canasta are Mrs. B. H. Silverman.
of Louisville, Kentucky, and sister, Mrs. Julius Jocobstein, also
of Kentucky. Both are sisters of Jake Shee. Also Plcluri, a,I!
Mrs. P. Pollack. Mrs. Serine Feldman. of Chicago, and Mrs. Charles
Slung, of Kentucky.__________________________________________
You can 1 Ip get out the vote | bors and friends to register and
this ye;,: : be content to just vote. Registration books close
hcast you: ballot. Urge neigh- j April 5th.
^S ihe home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS
':'- pat off.
Miami Miami Beach FJ. Lauderdale West Palm Beach
2 7 STORY
FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED
WAREHOUSES
AVAILABLE
ALSO
SILVER & RUG VAULTS
AND PRIVATE ROOMS
LOCAL HAULING fc PACKING
gf '' WITHERS %
WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM
NEW YORK OR VICINITY .-ALSO
THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA
DOOR-TO-DOOR
LONG DISTANCE
v u i d t a n t; l **
WITHERS VAN LINES


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* sVIt* nrr*dli**r
FRIDAY, MABrn
Metropolitan Cabinet Directs Door-To-Door
Canvass For Emergency Life Dollars Fum
* + + y +
Shochet Appoints Cabii
To Direct Area Camp
A Metri politan campaign cabinet appointed by Chai
aigi
K. Shochet will direct the destinies of the greatest com! I
: of the Combined Jewish Appeal. 'Mi\
Following a series of luncheon meetings in the F. ijjv ,|
which ti:r.e -a complete orientation plan was outlined i I
Campaign, Shochet named leaders to serve in specifii j'J-|
ien. I "" Are*l
T|jey include Irvine S.al. Mi- winter Residents. $2.' Wom\
ami: Miriam Sirkin. Miami en, S160.500; Metro. -
..li A. Weidberg, Youth. $5,000.
C ibles; Ben Clein. Flagler-
Granada; Leonard Kalish. W< I
Miami; Frai ci s Miller. North
Dade: an i William Kneapler.
Hia-li ah-M ni Springs.
Itaqvls Invitv
Partivipation
Unique unusual
wt ro sorr.e of the
whi< greeted the n
full-size bagels th:
sent to one thousai
remind them of
Breakfast on Sundaw
One of a long lii i
lar ; u workers
during the next r i
el 11 inder w< -
nferenct
Office in th:
. vi rning shipment
;i the i .. ils
.\-
. I
VI \ I. .
Mi imi Bagi I
T):i<-ri ...
Chairmen of Manpower Mob-
ilizatior are Mrs Harry Gor-
don, Miami, and Mrs. Frances
Makovsky. Miami Beach. Jim-
my Kopelwilz was appointed
to the position of Federation
District representative. and
George J. Talianoff is publicity
director. Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers was appointed educational
director to guide the broad or-
ientation programs for hun-
dreds of Volunteer Workers.
At tanning meeting
Sinai Hospital in
i progi
Federation
.. l!v to ail
. :. ;
I at this meet-
ing, an I a series of an
up under the c \t\
i Ai ..... :i to carrj
insti uctions to 11 volui ti i
The Metropolitan Cabinet
held regular meetings to unify
th? campaign structure and to
involve maximum participation
by Una Jewish community in
the '52 campaign. A reception
hor.oring Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weir.k'e at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gordon was attend-
ed by more th^n 100 Dade
County presidents of Jewish
organizations who pledged
their collective support of Cam-
paign Chairman Weinkle and
affixed their official signatures
to an autographed placard be-
neath the likeness of the chair-
man.
I
I
the ir.aill
'.: k-0:fl
h 16th.I
eetaou-
|
Its, the
.
raj


: j

A mass meeting of 300 Metro-
politan majors, captains and key
workers was subsequently held
in the main auditorium of the
Bureau of Jewish Education to
witness a humorous dramatic
presentation originated and pro-
duced by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof
and Bernard Segal, in which Hu-
manettes, the executive directors
of the local agencies, told th<-
story oi their role in the com-
munity's life and the need for a
successful campaign to continue
their function.
A Speakers' Bureau was estab-
lished early m the campaign
wi ich -, ni a steady stream of
con peti :.; local civic leaders to
organizations, telling the story of
Federation, enrolling volunteer
workers and urging maximum
giving in the current campaign.
*-Jm;ax ol the pre-campaign ac-
tivities was the all-dav bus Car-
avan on Mar.h 2nd. featuring a
conducted tour of the seven local
agencies.
More than 200 workers rode
in tnc Bus Caravan and saw
first-hand how campaign dol-
lars work for the Jewish com-
munity. The trip was recorded
by Federation cameramenl. and
the unique event was photo-
graphed by WTVJ-TV Opera-
tors. The production was sub-
sequently featured on TV in
Ralph Remck's Community
News Commentary on Monday
evening. March 3rd. The Car-
avan was under the direction
of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Jim-
my Kopelowitz, Mrs. Harry
Gordon and Fred K. Shochet.
Metropolitan chairman.
o-.H.'n U: LtS '" }he cu"ent cam-'
Pagn are winding up their so-
licitation activities
-
. Lox an'
tied J
kfast," .'..
is, inviting tl ni :
n har I : >r th
Open Your Door
You will s3ve a lifi ii you
will open your door zr. Sunday,
March 16th, Th- Volunteer
Worker who comes to you ii
your neighbor and you: fellow-
Jew who wants to save a life,
too
Remember, your Cne Gift of
Life Dollars will save Israel
more than 40 welfare J"d
health agencies end 7 local in-
stitutions. Your'Cnc Gift will
do all this. So, OPEN YOUH
DOOR and give generously en
Sur.day, March 161h.
pecteei t i
and
are ex-
Leonard Kalish
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Ben Clein
' Join with the Metro-
IP .'"/, ,,:v,.n bringing the
conclEn" DnVe ,0 a u*ful
wWii Mtalished by the Gen-
six J^":,'"'-i. Cabinet for the)
ii mdir so,citation units aie
Hotel, $200,000; Trades, M35,00oi
NEW AMERICAN. Thres ye*
old Aron Manheimer wears a
badge of distinction thl UJ*
ed Service for New A:r.en--s
button marking him e* ? "
arrival in the United States.
With the financial suopcrt ox
the 1952 United Jewish App**1
campaign, the USNA '""?JflJ
vide integration aid to me 8,5"
displaced persons expected i
enter fbtj US this year, as w'
as furnish continued assistan-
to the thousands of Jewish im-
migrants brought to this coun-
try for permanent settiemen'-
In addition to the USNA.
UJA drive supports life-savins
programs of the United IsW"
App-eal and Joint Distribute
Committee.


*Unist>ihridH^r
PAGE 9 A
Huong The Majors And Captains Wha Will *>ad
___^_^_______ a
Phillips
Goldman
Mrs. Krantz
Mrs. Koretzky Mrs. Mir.lzes
Meisel
Local Agencies Join in Underwriting Drive; View Needs
Winter Residents Appoint Vice Chairmen
To Help Division Attain Campaign Goal
Lou Goldman, David Phillips and Arnold Seeder have been
named vice chairmen of the Winter Residents' Division of the 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal, it has been announced by Jack Ablin.
co-chairman of the .group, and Carl Weir.kle, general Campaign
chairman.
The trio was named to direct the final solicitation phase of the
Winter Residents' group, to guar- i
antee achievi n t nt of their cam-
paign goal.
As of March 14th, date of this
current issue of the Jewish Flor-
idian, the Winter Residents'
group has attained a record
66.33% of its e< al I $250,000.
and, from a 1 indications, the
group will achieve the coal be-
fore the official end of the cur-
rent campaign.
"A vigorous planning group
was responsible fi arefullj
organized, program which pro- ,.,or-,us of lro year have a stake
K^fiRS*. chKw mtheJewi, unity and in
designed to draw Winter Resi- its healthy growth. "Those of
dents closer together into a uni- Vou who own y >ur homes, pay
fied Jewish mmunity." so- j x ...... ... children to lo-
thjfXl 6XPlained e9Tly cal a h is ind enjoy the ben,
After several week Lun P mmtohar tasUtu-
eon meetings directed by the kej tions, hive a responsibility to
workers, a ste ring ttee of' build and unify iut Jewish corn-
hosts met to plan a Hi Neighbor; muniii h... Myers stated. He
social at the W tVJew Country congratulated the splendid in-
Club. terest and neighborly feeling
The comrr:' ncluded Gus|
Trau, Pave Phillips, Charles
Fruchtman, Arnold Seeder. Dr.
Joseph Weidberg, Edward Cowen,
Leon Ell, L' K
Goldin. Lou G lis Tea
and the thn Kren-
sky, Phii!:; s, Si n I Tn u
...... W '-
view Counl Club i ffaii
e ici nd afforded 3 10 W
,: "" '
in ire a ut 1 shbor i nd
their m ighbor's ..... pro >-
i
the ted tbei
identity ginal
town.
With th [fair as
the first p! asi >i the Winl
Residi i 'nstrati
; was h the homi oi expression ol i nfidence m I
Jack Ablin to plan what E v institutions.
Cowen. of Chi.:.. T ittei I hosts res|
"the most spectacular and am- sible fo the ic essful affa
bitious social even: .: the 1952 eluded i ittee in chargi
season." This event, hailed as a the Westview social and Davi '
most unusual & :.air, was \V;\;r.. William Kraft, Abe So-
attended by South Florida's fore- losk i, JOS : Maz ', Abe Straus,
most civic leaders and social per- Harry Simon, Leon B. Jacobs
sonalities. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Max Sheinman, Lou Krensk>
Cherner were guests of honor. I Herman Basch. Monte Seine,
and Mrs. Archibald Silverman. Ehiel Lesowoder, Marvin Gold-
world-famed traveler and speak- j ring. Sam Goldberg, Harry Ger-
er. was also on hand. Author show, Sam Fox, George Bert-
S
Ablin
,:. ial gal
and ui IP '" P "
152 C imbined .1
cant everyone to know what Life Dollars mean to our
,' said Max Orovite, president of Mt.urn Sl 'n
f the bereticiary institutions "Jhe current c.mpmg
. will enable the hospital to continue its.liberal sendee
endering of free medical service whuh was le^pon
Ok for the treatment of 1300 social service cases and 1-.282 eme.g
it. y ,.,, in the past two years," Orovitz stated.
"We loo. will need Life Dol-
ors to cover our huge deficit
incurred through lri2 giving of
these !ree medical services, and
it ii only the success ot this
Combined Jewish Appeal
which can guarantee our con-
tinued humanitarian services."
Max |, president of the
ui Jewish Education, also
iotei | Life Deillars to mean
ition of elevated stan-
Jewish Education in
Miami community.
Ac* Ku.man, president of
'he Jewish Home for the Aged,
Si-- "Life Collars in this cam-
paign will provide hopeful and
nsaiihful environment lo our
'--- residents so they can face
Suture in peace ane. dignity.
JJiami'i generosity will enable
'' long waitirg list to gain
Mimstion to the home and sup-
Port the work of this fine insli-
rotjon. Sixty-five resicl-'nts are
** ,2WSflJriSil*S '" commending the Life Dollar
i. Juliet N. Oshlang. piesiaem current campaign.
many more require these insti-
tutional services. The Home
looks to the Combined Jewish
Appeal."
Emil Gould, president of the
Jewish Vocational Service, and
Mrs. Juliet N. C
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women, earlv this week join-
ed in their wholehearted approv-
al of the Life Dollar Campaign
Stanley C. Myers, president
pro tern of the Grea.'.-r Miami
Jewish Community Center, de-
clared: "Our youth, preschool
children, teen-agers, and aduns.
look to the Community Centers
for healthful, constructive leis-
ure time programs. With the
growth of Greater Miami's
Jewish Community, these fa-
cilities on the Beach, in Miami
and in the outlying districts
must keep pace with the naeds.
Life Dollars from this campaign
will provide inspiration for
youth and the Golden Age
Cluk ar well."
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau which assists new
Americans in the community.
joined with other local agencies
Sholem Asch and Miami Beach
Councilmcn Burnett Roth. Harold
man and Colerr.an H. Olen.
The Winter Residents group is
councilmcn Durncu num. minuu ir.e winter ncsiucmo 6,uup ,.
Turk and others occupied places continuing to meet very Monday
of honor. for luncheon in the conference
The overflow crowd of more room of the Greater Miami Jew-
than 300 heard Stanley C. Myers; ish Federation Offices to corn-
point out that Winter Residents ] plete solicitation of outstanding
who live in this area rr.ar.y plecg'- ________^^_____
, theme of the current campaign.
"Through our Refugee Pro-
gram, the Bureau provides finan-
cial assistance and other services
to th.se new Americans who
deeply need the warmth and un-
derstanding of their neighbors,
she said. These former displac-
ed persons will indeed gain new
Ijyes in this country through the
1 Combined Jewish Appeal's Life
' Dollars." ___
-eir.s
cared for at present but
Israel Begins
Loan Payments
5HINGTQN (JTA) The
nt of brae] made the
nent on principal on
tiling $135,000,000 which
" 'd from the United States
import Bank.
ount of the principal re-
' was $1,458,341. At the
a semi-annual inter-
nment of $1,494,722.47 was
' A check for the combined
t. totalling $2,953,063.47.
:,"; "?ally handed bv Ambas-
waor Abba Eban to Herbert E.
(t-oiitiuued on Page 10 A)

Ui-ffi' 01 :
,S20S8&i>

Fred Shochet (left) and Carl Weinkle examine the pledge ot
local organisation leader, to support the 1952 Combined Jewish
Appwal Campaign.
Your LIFE DOLLARS Gift supports these Agencies:
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
United Israel Appeal
Joint Distribution Committee
United Service for New Americans
ISRAEL AND OVERSEAS
American Committee for Ul I
American Fund for Isra -
Federated Council of Pales:in I s
Hadassah
Hias
National Committee for Labi r Is:.. '.
Pioneer Women's Organizatii n
SERVICE AND CULTURAL
American Association io-.- Jewish Education
B'r.ai B'rit'n NYSA
Histadruth l\
Jewish Occupational Council
Jewish War Veterans
Leo N. Levi Memorial H> spital
National Jewish Welfare Bo. 1
Y::l:lish Scientific Institute
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL
Drops.e Co-.:. .
Hebrew Teachers Training Sen jirls
. w Theological College of Chicago
Jewish Teachers Seminary
Jewish Theological Seminary
Mesifta Tifereth Jerusalem
National Council of Beth Jacob Schools
Her Israel Rabbinical College
R;bbi Chaim Berlin Mesifta and Yeshiva
Ra.ti Israel Meyer Hacohen Semina y
Synagogue Council of America
Torah Umesorah
United Lubavitcher Ydahivoth
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta
Yeshiva University
CIVIC DEFENSE
American Jewish Congress
Jewish Labor Committee
Joint Defense Appeal


PAGE 1C A
9-Jmistncridiar
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1952
Winter Residents'
Division Leaders

Ell

'
V.'eidberg
S<
Court-
L
Kraf!
G
Tea
Ambassador Eban Flays Acceptance Of
Germany; Considers Pardon As Hasty
Campaign Loaders
-;; .A I?ra.:
:
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s
:
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to beli
:

in "
n ..:.
i'irg partr
kith the del al and
. <,.
:;- look v ; rehen-
sion at th Gei :r.o.iy
.ng rev. aliped
Qtari ink th:s
: = r too
It ll -.aken
befon people
bI con-
.. and repent for the
11 name
Ami I rred to
; r :.'- ::. : A : efu-
entioi UN
ion to ap-
iate S2M theii
:tlemc 11 u ent "in
untrii they now
tl l
-ee a
refugee
li -:. in 1 if thi
goveri d "operate"
UN :
Ebanrei rted tl I two fac-
Tne Ai '
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tration
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th "
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this
th< -
:
I
rn rents
t from C
trned a collects

1 rnments the
ntually
the i for
I :.:. De-
The following are the Majors
and Captains who have spent
nanv in urbanizing their
et for the greatest
Comb.- Appeal in Mi-
rnese men and
Ifll K ll
rging efforts will
LIFE DOLLARS
...
MAJOR?
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Ares
Area
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22 V :-.. /
II '. aub
24
:
26 -i'--
21
28 V
29 w. Isbaum
ilkin
32 Master
33 man
91 1 our Illumenthal
52 Pxlnd
54 M dred Suss
CAPTAINS
MIAMI BEACH
12- Isld "i hen, Mai Enj
K plan, Mrs Meyei
Mrs Jacob Kaiz
Israel Begins Loan Pcyments
I '- P A
H
7 .-.- made
.-: to
cment ;' Israel The
. mount f SI .000.-
1949.
ad in th< tmount of
in Deo r. 1950.
nnecte I el's econ- The I ans are to be I :n 12'
situati :. ted his at- -.- ...-. rest rate;
tention when I ned to Is- three and one-half per cent.
after a ence. He The :unds are beme u::,.:zed by 1
high degree the Israe". Government for ap-1
!." has taken p: ived projects in tl
' indu the discov- : ; of agriculture, communi-1
t important n it iral resourc- cations, industrial projects, trans- j
- as f mangan- : n, expansion of the port!
and other He Haifa, and telecommunication!
howevi t thi recent equipment.
The largest part of these loans.
mittee of the House of Represen-
tatives or. appropriations. Mr.
Gaston declared in connection
with these loans that Israel was
administering their projects very
successfully and very wisely." He
added that the loans were being
used "for the creation of a really
modern western type of civiliza-
tion in the most backward region
of the world."
Area 13l.oui- Pe 11 ,
F 'In,.,, ,| ,,
,i..f.-i.h Krantx. "
Area 14 Mr- I..
Decky, Mm
Bauer, Mi
Area 1*Julius
Morrli M s.
Area ItMl I,
H
Mra i ...
Area 17 Ml
11 :
11
Area IBMrs H
.1......-
Co-C.lpt.l rn
Mrs "
., -
CAPTAINS
MIAMI
Area 21 M .. u-,,
., tit :ln
Area 22 Hn \ \
Area 2311. \, u
.- .;
-Max l>nju.

Area 24Monia Bf. a imuel
dman, i ;
Bdward l--\
Mr- Nathan
Area 25Mr- .1. Nowak, Mi- .\l-
Dubbin, M I Mr- s Hal-
pel n. I '.M Di H ll'.
Mrs. 1- ic-.l A B
Area atMi rrli i i Kui,
iMward Newman Ha p- Rearal, I".: egoi ikran,
Don Bchraxer
Area 28 Mr>. Max Mi
Area 29--Munl- La
CAPTAINf
FLAGLERGRANADA
Area 31I OH
Area 32 -Sldne] BI L...
stein, Charles -
CAPTAINf
WEST MIAMI
Area 41 William Avil
Area 42Harry Klein.
Area 4311
Area 44!!-: nai :

. ries '.. not have an 1m-
econ-
I austi ning, and
ntrol of import! because the
ithering is far
ompleted,
anwhili g a confer-
.. A retary of
including the entire amount of
. .>nd loan, was allocated for j
agricultural development in con-
. n with the reclarr.ation of)
:.- land, irrigation, the pur- ;
of machinery and other |
ill ---- equipment. The to-
James E W Ambas-jUl amount from these loans de-
told nev here that vol I agriculture was S~0,-
.as -hope;..: I the United 000,000.
would I rael ad- Testifying before a sub-com-
HOLLYWOOD (AJP)A Vien-
nese Jewess last week prepared
for the second time in two years
to play a lead role in cinema-
land's profitable excursion into
the Old Testament.
Attractive Hedy L,amarr, it was
learned, will star in an indepen-
dent production entitled The
Story Of Esther, another in a
series of films centering about
Biblical themes which have sent
theater sales soaring to near-time
record pace.
Miss Lamarr, the female star of
Sampson And Delilah, was cred-
ited with helping that film gross
more than S7.000.000. A second
Biblical film. David And Beth-
sheba. led the box office train
during 1951. _________________
CAPTAIN?
CORAL GABLES
Area 51 Arthur Deutracl
Bornateln, Henri U '... Morrii
Simon, Mrs. I. ttmulaon,
Area 52David :,.. I A
Area 5311. A Kaufman, Mrt H.
Kui land. Louli Pi
Area 54Mis. 11 I:..; Svdelle
Itubin, Mrs. Sam Silver.
Area 55I'hari..- Oberfi
CAPTAINf
NORTH DADE
Area 61Mr- 11. K 8. h .' ann.
Area 62Mr I. Pi d Blank
Area 63Dr. and Mrt Pi
Age 64Mrs. I B iskln
CAPTAINf
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS
Area 71 Mrs Irene 1- kt-r
Area 72Mrs I Kn...,.-
I Area 73Philip P. I.
Area 74 Mi s. K.nj
OBITUARIES
SARAH R WIKLER
ST, ..f MOI Colllm Avi oled on
Mar. li 5th. Kemains w-i
Ni a Y.rk tor aei rices ai -wi by
ill. Miami Beach R
EDDIE CANTOR HELPS LAUNCH 1952 UJA
AS $11,341,000 IN GIFTS OPEN DRIVE
i I'R. HF.RI1KKT KMIl. Hi LLANDBR
..f -;ifi Weal Mat Stri
dli d on March Bth He I
i his wife, Ruth. !> alstrr" Mri wn;
Ham Haider and Mr- -
. brother. Bufene Hn andrr. W-
main* er- win to Ni I
, M-rvicea and burial b> the Sflami
Ueai li Rlveraldaj.
MAYKI! I'.AI:.-KV
il. of 1717 Colllna Avenu.
March Sth. He i.- aurvlv. I I
I :. K* e I'., li.in- !.:
1 > 11. New V..rk. foi
.0 by the Miami i
Chapel.
RiveriM*
JOSEPH SCH ;:i k
.-. ,.r i"i Ocean Drlvi ,M'A
th He I- aurvlvi d to hi "lf-- g"
on. son. laador id n. '''"-n"
ler, Mrs. William III. I Remak"
were aenl 10 Moi I '" h-
Miami Beai h R
MORRIS y.w.ui !. R ,
! 72, .lU-d in a local I"-: J ,';'"
I Sth. He is ran Ivi I bj !' '"'";
: and four dauchti i p K ini *'"
aenl to New Tort '- *',
ll by the Miami llui RlWraWa,
HBNRY PI rh
:.'.. died In tocal hoai.ii
7th. He i- rarvlvi d
n. alao leav. a br. '" f.
iter, Ida W.
maina re aenl to '
i .....i burial I
ftlvei aide
MAX IJOW I'
65, died al 13.....>
m n- -
:.. ii- wife, Sartli R'
to New Y.rk

all'l

burial by the Ml
ABRAH \M TOI.' i ^ !(
Hi nurvlved bj tw<>
R.....ll' '
: RhqdC i
irial b) tl '"'
Private School Group
Meets Here
The Pi S ''!? Ass',
^f Dae- I eld its mi nthly
net tmf l: the Rivi
A lun planned for
Satui Bth, to coinci
of thi .''
i
Gifts totalliii)! SI I.,'.].".Mi pnurnl in
si UIA'i recenl National Inauiural
f^onferentr to -.1 in all-time record
for the launrlim; ol a United Jewish
Appeal nationwide < jmpjiiMi. F.dilie
Cantor. Chairman of Ine I JA's Na-
tional Leader-dip Mobilization and a
member of the Appeal'- National
Campaign Cabinet, joined LJA Gen-
eral Chairman Edward M. M. War-
li r^ in opening the l'V>2 campaign
for *i51rSOO.mio. |p. left to right:
Carl We inkle. Miami Campaifil Chair-
naii; Eddie Cantor; I J A Kxecutive
Viee.Chairman Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
and Mr. Warlniri:. Si ne al right
lh< right: -ining. Joseph
flollmtan ami Abe Katie, Detroit,
Campaign Cabinet member! and Mr*.
i ..li- \li- ing, Judge Maurire Bernon, Cleve-
land, and Jack D. Weiler, Ne* York.
' ini i in- nil.- I lanior, a.id
I J \ National haiiman William
Ko.-cnv.jld of Sew York.
li m:i:y LBESON
iiaki:- i.i.i.-- ,(,n
died ni a i .; i" '. ,
Till. He la survived bs I
two me and .n. i
and one '"- ,. M
I au it HI. K
i Miami Beac Rivi -> '
liKI.I.A BAKBIj h
2, ...... In l......1 h" I,,'.,,,!
: 7th sin- is aXirvlved i: ,.,,. i,y
Iwu aisters Arrai
thi Mlml Bmu h R
RRANCES HOFFMAN ^
: 61 died In local ;,,,;.!.
i -ih She is sun ived :>. \. i
Hamuel, Romalna weri >
York foi -ar\'leea
\i ami Beai h Rlvei
ROSE M HV
64, died In a local h
tii She I- aurvlvi ,,, s>*
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MARCH 14. 1952
t*i PAGE 11 A
Judge. Rabbi Levinthal View Zionist Adult Social To
Future, Jewish Cultural Awakening He ,le,d Tomorrow
The Adult Social Group of the
Greatei Miami Jewish Con iin-
itj Center's Miami Branch will
1 a I'urim Parly tomorrow
nig i. March 15th. according to
ai luncement bv William
Schh ssinger, president of the
The program will include a
oni a l comedy, The Fi ttering
Word, by George Kelly, with anj
all-star cast under the direction
of Mali a Reich. Special con-
te irizi and refresh nt nts arc
also ei g planned by Ji an Gub-
erman and Howard Margolies,
co-chairmen of the program com-
mittee for this affair.
Rabbi Israel Levinthal (left) and Judge Louis Levinthal on the
patio of ihe Hotel Good. Miami Beach.
(A Jewish Floridioii Feature) with all things but things Jewish.
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, of
the Philadelphia court system,
|M;oni .if the Hotel Good
last Friday morning and ex-
Ipoundi.l an the functions of the
IZionist Or- nization of America.
Presidcnl I i /OA from 1941
Ito 1943. Judge Levinthal sighed
las he vi, wed the organization's
(Changes during the past ten years.
abbi Israel Levinthal, leader of
the Brooklyn Jewish Center and
Judge's brother, sat quietly
Jby, sifting through an impressive
Imounii onal correspond-
|ence. i
"It is rut that the ZOA's in-
Itellectual leadership has fallen
|away." Judge Levinthal said.
"The innei ore, I believe, still
remains in the persons of Rabbis,
[scholars and professional men.
Rather, it is the outer core that
|has thinned considerably."
His fingers played with the
lends of his lips as he thought
nor moment. "This thinning
kis significant, wouldn't you say?
As I tee it, there must be two
|levels ol ration within the
[20A. and both must function suc-
cessfully,' he added.
Judge Levinthal thereupon
stated thai gi nerd Zionist sup-
port here had weakened because
lot the prevalent impression that
Ithe organization is no longer nec-
lessarythai its continued exist-
[ence could not be regarded as a
|Hinttkm ol Israel's future.
"Nothing i- further from the
I ruth," he indicated. "As a mat-
|!er of the spiritual kinship
I Between the /OA and the new
laate must be strengthened by
I ziut ideal the willing-
I think they have generally be-
gun to recognize their failing."
To the observation that some
Miami Jewish centers accepting
funds from Federation deem it
advisable to accept non-Jewish
members, Rabbi Leventhal re-
plied with amazement that he
had not met with similar prac-
tices elsewhere. "The forums
and many lecture isroups at the
Brooklyn Jewish Center urge
and welcome non-Jewish attend-
ance, but it does not grant mem-
bership to non-Jews. Your prac-
tice here seems symptomatic of
the general confusion of intent
among community center lead-
ers."
"And strange," Judge Levinthal
said, "at a time when there is a
definite rebirth of interest in
Jewish culture."
"He means the Jewish Publica-
tion Society," the Rabbi said, "of
which he is president. The So-
ciety isn't well supported here,
we understand."
The Judge pointed with pride
to the Society's publication of
some 350 works during the past
60 years and the distribution of
455.000 copies of its translation
of the Bible.
"With this record." it was sug-
gested, "perhaps you can bring
your ideal of Chaluziut to fru-
ition. It seems to underscore
Jewish participation in cultural
affairs."
"I don't fear for the Zionist
Organization," Judge Levinthal
replied."
"Nor I, really," the Rabbi said,
"for Jewish centers. Those which
Laddie Stern To
He liar Mitzvah
Laddie, son of Mr. arc! Mrs.
Bernard Frank Stern. 2931 Sheri-
dan Avenue, Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends
the Lear School and the Religious
School at the Center. Mrs. Stern
is an active member in the Cen-
ter Sisterhood. A luncheon recep-
tion in the Center Dining Room
will tollow the ceremonies.
Ov'ar 200 people paid tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman at
the Zamora Jewish Center on Sunday. March 9th. for their work:
in the past on behalf of the community and the Congregation.
Among guests were Joe N. Morris and Maurice Grossman. Abe
Maloff presented the Catsmans with a plaque.
Gilbert Balkin
Appear? On Panel
Gilbert Balkin. Director. Anti-
less of American vouth to ml-laren't synagogue centers specif-
grate lo Israel, bringing with i ically, have already begun aug-
ment theii technical knowledge menting their programs with add-
and skill." led studies beyond the Sunday
''The old fire and vision seem School level. The rebirth my
Sone.' Rabbi Israel Levinthal I brother mentioned is tirm. It has
chimed in. -now that th iHoal inspired our studies and our
has been hY" youth. It is also inspiring the
"But not f;-'~'____---. IZOA. What has fallen away from
o estabhsh the truth of the con-
lien,,,' mav Justifiably
renounce hi citizenship and mi-
prate to a n< w land."
imlhe cnversation altered its
?* Samuel H. Daroff, Phil-
KSSSft" Bonds of Israel and
\E* Jewish Appeal leader rec-
nonored at a testimonial
tion.
The two brothers, sons of the
dean of American Rabbis, seemed
assured of this fact.
L.M.
dinner for 23 years of service
Ihmk Jewish ('ausp| hailed the
for,|;L: '" P,,lite argument r
h. v, :""- An editorial in M,aml 18'
adelnr"' l?era,d Praising Phil-
X or their pid dis"
Vh"dl''M vouthful terrorists
IZ...had "Hacked a number of
YOUNG MAN WANTED
by wholesale soft goods firm.
State age. background, salary ex-
pected. Write Mr. S. Box 2973.
thai?"0" ured JudSL' Levin-
|inai remark on the slow judic-
gwxeu In the bombing cases
[JUS vinthal shrugged
IsticaUy. Head
largest Jewish cen-
' United States and
or of homiletics
lical Seminary, he
to disregard the dis-
ti orism and to ex-
le on the purp i
i inst
in must be
58-187S
for prompt and rel.aWe de very ot
HI-GPAOE TOP SOILS
to the Beach and N. E. Section
Satlantcton Service QuaraiiteM
GERTLER TOP SOIL CO.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE .M^r^UVEN
' I
nil
"Un-
oncern thi n i .,
Zionists .Made
Scrip Agents
Bartley C. crum. president of
Scrip to Israel, has announced
Defamation League of B'nai (nat the Israel Zionist District is
B'rith, participated in a panel i now the sole organizational agent
discussion at the YWCA Wednes- | for this firm,
day on Problems Of Prejudice. Scrip to Israel is licensed bv
The panel discussion was the ] tne Government of Israel to sell
fourth event in a Current Events gift certificates in denominations
Lecture Series being given by 0f $10, $15 and $25, which may be
the YW under the general title, uscd t,v residents of Israel in any
The World Today. 0f the seven stories located in
Other members of the panvl : various parts o: the country,
were Mrs. Mayme Williams, and : These stores now carry adequate
Dr. Fred Routh. Miss Alice Mac- stocks of food, toilet articles and
Vicar, executive with the Mian/i shoes, all of which are in great
Round Table. National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, serv-
ed as moderator.
On March 26th. Wednesday, at
demand and short supply. Is-
raelis who receive these certin
cates do not lose any ration points
and can use the proceeds to sup
10:30 a.m.. Dr. Miller Ritchie, i plcment their diet.
chairman. Department of Human
Relations, University of Miami.
will discuss: Miami Faces The
Future As An International Cen-
ter.
Emma Lazarus Dance
The En ma Lazarus Chapter.
B'nai B'rith. will hold a Spring
Dance and Entertainment tomor-
row evenirg. 8:30 p.m., in the
ton Hotel. Miami Beach. Co-
Jolson Corner of the Lord Tarle-
chairmen of the affair are the
Misses Mac Meyers and Edyth
Fleischer.
Scrip certificates locally can
now be obtained at the offices of
the Israel District. Room 510. 420
Lincoln Road, or at the office of
Harry J. So.nz. 1595 Washington
Avenue.
Mr. Crum further announced
that special kosher foods are
available and that the sale -if
these certificates are not in the
category of campaigns which are
frowned upon by the Jewish Ag
ency. Through Scrip to Israel, ;i
certain amount el dollars are
made available, as well as addi-
tions to the limited food supplies
i in that country.
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tkete Jltme Made PioducU
cvkicU will ie lite. leti you even, lasted
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page ::.-.
* ^>\i FRIDAY, MARCH
14,
Florida's Political Activities.;
Turk Shuns
Board Salary
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Justice Roberts
Seeks Re-election
Court Jus!
: K. Roben this
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Rosenhouse To
Run For Office
Of Solicitor
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Sta: set 1
1: : '. .
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lified
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peaci '
forced 1 I
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r.feren s
is vol inteer cam-
ign leers
A N
tre Junior Ordei I B': ai
B'ritl F fficiated at the
r.s! -. : ft] -;._
I
is ield in the Beth
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Judge Gordon
Runs To Succeed
Self fn Primary

Circuit
irmal-
a y for the
tinted
or an over-
ation from
iation.
it th.it
. 'in his
:< g he is
term so
e to detnon-
- ns to serve
circuit as a
tribunal.
It is g ._.:. to me."
Gordon .- lid, "that my fel-
n tmbeis ol th" legal pro-
: ssion placed my name at the
the ii-; i .ble mem-
Bar who were recom-
the governor of Flor-
la to fill the post I occupy and
the vote of the Bar Associa-
tion favored me by 200 votes over
.- u.
Pat Cannon Rim
For Judge's Post]

B1 120 KE .
Miami ; ,
Wilson Runs To
Succeed Self
ed his carl
i t. i
has S'jpe'iir.i t of Public 1
ing for re-e
tion." 1 i I, "it i
| ins! :. t I a m
ent Solicitoi po:1
these minisi '-..'.
:
Put Cann
ed four tci ms in C
tween 1938 and 1947 .- ,,-j
date fo: the judges! Qro
"I seek this Msigi |
pledge to the people that I *j
approach all dec.
piejudK-e and with ... poliUl
favor." he >-id. 'I .ill no: 1
peisuaded or influenced by rial interests."
Cannon has been a resident]
D:de County lor 2"
giaduated from the I' lversityi
Miami Law School i j
since then has b |
law m (ally.
Hi Mason, .\
a C
ild enter a with i
: irii:
... il contact
: with frien
1 .
'. : hi
1 m S I S
.'.
;" :- rogram tri ug
Solicitoi
:

is 1 years of
K ters state thai
the stu f ol ....
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ppear-
sue nstru
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Today il
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is i i'-.st
I .
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More than 300 American lead-
ers in civic, philanthropic and
Zionist affairs will honor Ber-
nard G. Richards. Jewish com-
munal leader and founder of
Urj Jewish Information Bureau
of New York, at a testimonial
Dinner on the occasion of his
75th birthday Thursday even-
ing. March 25th. at the Hotel
McAlpin in New York. Louis
Lipslcy. president of the Ameri-
can Zionist Council. Harry
Scherman, president of the
Book of the Month Club, and
Rudolf G. Sonnaborn, president
of the State of Israel Bonds
campaign, have bean appoint-
ed honorary chairmen of the
Committee of Sponsors for the
dinner, of which the chairman
is Mitchell L^vinthal. New
York merchant and Zionist
leader. Mr. Bichards will be
honored for more than fifty
years of contributions to the ad-
vancement of Zionism and of
democracy in Amercian Jewish
life. The dinner will also mark
the twentieth anniversary of
the foundinq of the Jewish In-
formation Bureau.

di ind when th trial
r ft 1
of th .v..-.
[i
"If I am elect
.-a:d. "1 | | itiz-
n u
and effi
. ..
ted l (hi full extent of
and thi m ent will tx
' defl :. : .;;. qu il v: z
Rosei 4? years old.
ed. ar.d n a lawyer
for almost 30 yean He came" to
Milton, Florida, at the age of 4,
|and was graduated from the L'm-
: sity of Florida Law College ,
.at the age of 19. Although under ,.?, ^^""day in Ja
age. he was admitted to practice )*JfJ Duval County, the form-
' by special petition in 1923. He %T ch:ef J"stlce '. he Florida
-as practiced in Miami since that 5uPr"e Court visited Alachua
time He is active in manv civic rSffiJWfti^S sp*eches
.undertakings. ='heduled at Waldo. Hawthorne.
In the recent bus Strike, R0S- rV UrdveSifv .KKSh "S^
erhouse filed a petition ,n be- &VgSS2^ "** *"*
half of several bus riders to throw TrA.,. .v. =.. r,
the Miami Beach and Miami bus _T ''.^' tne \}\ Pierce cattle-
companies into. receivership, so "^"-farmer will be in Suwanee
that service could be resumed. Lafa-ve_u_f Counties with
_______________________ Speeches scheduled at Branford,
Live Oak and Mayo.
G
: ext ghest num
r this
I lunty
... ....


Gordon is 49 yeai
ives ife, the
Mi i F in : )i vis. wid-
'- ; f Justice Fred
.
i*
i .les.
is edu-
ty of Gi or-
: Meni
I.LB de-
ged :n
general pi law in
1925.
; thl
. 1 151.
. .
than 1,-
rd ied in
il ail Kinds.
- cam-
: on 8 p!u:
lignity of 1
thi irt in Dade
!ount:
4*aulikr Says He
I.fl Fij;In i'or
>l*li< ai School
A mi dical U|
sity of Mi
way h i
tep desl
mtv ajj
r. unity
: Stat.- Senator]
| B. (Bunr. I Gaul
Ciau er ha
Si ti Senat I -j
1
^>n the legal N
i .st : 'I
I
'] think
is right i 1
get 1 '
- in ')
: -. .
Ma
,iinr.i Iti. V
I -
""L
Think wl I
draw with its I center.
A candidate '
S nate po."t. Gauti
Xil.ims | ours
i otuiii. s, |n
rampaign Talks
Ft. Pierce candi-
rr.or. moved into
Northwest Florida this week in
ampaign tour of th state
Afte: spending Mondav, Tues-
Friedman Speaks To
Golden Age Group
I Walton Court-born can-ii-
will hit the three counties
of H. n, Madison and Jef-
M.Iton Friedman, crorr.iner.t lo- ferson tomorrow with stops at
cal attorney, will be guest speak- White Springs. Jennings, Jaspe-
; er at the Golden Age Friend- Ma : Greenville and \
ship Club of the Greater Miami cello.
Jewish Community Center's Mi- Adams wUl'stop'in Tallahassee
ami Branch on Sunday afternoon, Sunday f-r a' dav'* m* hlf
March 16th, at 2.30. His topic will beginning his tour of West 1"',
oe Interesting Court Case*. ida. i""r oi west 11
oie
lor-
Henderson Charges
City Government
With Opportunism
Charg : t Dadi County has
| suffered long enough from the
. I i inistration of arm-chair de-
tectives and political opportun-
ists in the top post ol sheriff. O.
| D. "Jack" Henderson, last
k asked v iters to put the
b back into th.- hands of com-
petent and trained law enforce-
| ment officers.
Speaking at a rally at his head-
I quarters. Henderson pointed to
his own qualifications as former
constable, safety director of the
I city of Miami and chief criminal
deputy sheriff. He contended
that he himself was a victim of
the political set-up which, he
charged, picked enforcement per-
sonnel on the basis of vote-get-
ting rather than experience and
ability.
"For nearly two years." Hen-
son said, "the Sheriffs office
in the top level has been direct-
ed by political appointees who
acknowledged they knew noth-
, ing about law enforcement. The
result has been a wasteful and
tragic trial and error system.
Good men have been discharged
to make room on the payroll for
men who are potential vote-get-
ters but who are short in law
enforcement requirements."
R. B. GanV.er
"I have fought hard for ajj
ical school for the Ln,veLV3
Miami. And I will BJ rig*
fighting for other benefits tor'
fastest growing county
StateDade." s
Of his service in tfceSW*
ate, Gautier said: "Under TO
atorship, Dade Cou: ty nas ,
through the most pnwerous J
its history. There have been .
business building. sl
churches, homes. ac
houses and hotels thanJ*.
: veare past. I don't claim cre
all this, nor can any "^0
man. But I do say, 1 rr. Pf
what I was able to da
keep it up by continuing
work for schools, the U"
of Miami Medical saw*
ways, flood control and tne,
lAmerical Cultural Cent*-


DAy, MARCH,14" 1952_
* Uni it FhrkMan
PAGE 13 A
jring
The Week ... a
By LEO MINDLIN
I See It
r n\\ ciala apparently seem satisfied with the results
early this week in behalf of the Bonds tor Israel
1 ay that the Sunday door-to-door canvass was a
onday's extra functions, a dinner at the Fisherman's
, Myerson and the Purrm Rally, are reported to have
*M ", of some $181,000. A breakfast early Tuesday for
,,- state's Minister of Labor, sponsored by Farbar.d groups
i'mcreaUd bond purchases by $10,000. All in all, the officials
torte that a figure of at least $450,000 has been cut away from
\Lue- een ral goal. ......
'without tl.j knowledge of such jubilant notice, I. at least.
Id te hard put to envision such overwhelming response judg-
fron 'he Stars Over Israel Fiesta last Monday night at the
' geach Auditorium. It is a tribute to local Campaign leaders
Ihey can underscore their progress despite the impossible
*i manifesled there. All imagined proportions of the Jewish
odus from Egypt were physically displayed during the evening.
fcon'. arrived in floods following the opening greeting, many I
Cms. somewhat disturbed that their belated entrances were
cured by a darkened auditorium then in the throes of a l'ead'ing
^Israel's Declaration of Independence.
Bevo-d the influx, was the general aimless movement of strag-
tsfrom <>r.< area to another. Thus, and without a doubt tortun-
llv the first songster's tasteless act was almost completely drown-
fou: by hu'bub in frantic excitement seeking its own level.
*
Minister ol Labor Golda Myerson made a personable plea for
Mars. I admired her physical fortitude. Word followed word
Bh the weighty force oi her enthusiasm. We have all heard, and
Ben enough, about the spirit which can never be put into words of
inewjewis state. Yet, the Minister spent the better part of an
fcur dome what she vowed could not be done. She described with
fcnfui accuracy hardships resulting from the lack of basic r.eces-
lics. Thin upon, she elevated this indescribable spirit to new
these difficulties, "Israel is doing something the
It of which can not be lound anywhere else," she said.
Thus, her stand was from the outset well fortified. Nontbsless.
Jrs. Myerson continued stressing her point. She viewed the new
Kate's strides in industry, its fortunate discoveries of valuable
rineral deposits in the Negev, its doubled population since 1948.
fed its general conquest over seemingly impossible tasks white
distantly worried by the absence of food, clothing and living
uaiters. The marked contrast between this essential lack fre-
utntly re-emphasized and Israel's current vision of impending
tonomic independences became for Mrs. Myerson her specific
hrusting point.
Subsequently, she embarked upon a basic lesson in economics.
he to the tradition of her old school teacher's nature, which ex-
iiined the position of the debtor nation. Careful to state that.
CJr country sorrowed in foreign markets through World War 1".
delightful'iv.ethod of expressing her expatriatism), the Minister
lusted there was no harm in borrowing and certainly nothing em-
(Urassing about it. Israel's chief current difficulty, she said, lay
its unfavorable- balance of trade. Thus, the new state found itself
btr.ding valuable dollars abroad even as its specific aim was to
| -such foreign expenditure, to retain a workable amount of I
B] tal within its borders and ultimately to produce those commod-
1 urcbased in other markets.
*
Mis Myerson's examples of decreased dollar spending abound- |
f i "Your land," she said, "4s singular in the world as a ration i
r needs virtually to depend for products on no other. Israeli
Us just begun decreasing the degree of her dependence." Refer-
fcce to new glass, mineral, tire and auto works followed. And
| nee, Mrs. Myerson brought to a high point her
kquest for dollars. "A country can not be built on charity," she
fid. "Give to the UJA, but for our sound future, give us invest- |
k-nt dollars."
The Minister of Labor's distinction between the purpose of ;
he bond drive and life-dollar gifts seemed sound and reasonable.
[Albeit excessively emotional, it remained as a principle with |
rhich investors in the new Jewish state's future might guide I
Jthemselves. What followed, however, served to reduce the general
Mat of the evening's confusion to genuine muddlement. Frank-
ISelano Roosevelt, Jr.. United States Congressman, moved to the
liore floating in the magic of his name and reproduced the experi-
ence of his late father with the late Wendel Wilkie during the
presidential election of 1940.
1 have btcome somewhat disturbed recently by the practice of
lOE-Jewish persons of fame who unconsciouslv (at worst) trade
In the spirit of Israel's rebirth. It has turned fashionable for many
L' "hem to beat their chests, protest their abiding faith in the new
ate's future and receive handsome remuneration in the dramatic
ffocess. With few exceptions, all contributed little or nothing to
I* War of Liberation.
Congressman Roosevelt gave up quickly searching for his
lather's intonation. In a matter of minutes, he genuinely resem-
l-'ed the old trust-buster with the big stick. Theodore Roosevelt,
Itcth in voice and gesture. But apart from his awarer.ess thai
Ifflany of his congressional constituents sal before him, he did
tie more than trade on Mrs. Myerson's remarks. Thus, he
placed himself in the position of reflecting what had gone before.
[even as the late Mr. Wilkie had done in numerous campaign
I'Peeches.
Congressman Roosevelt's remarks conceining Israel's relation
Jhe Near East-and its apparently brilliant democratic future, as
PPosed t, the Arab League's feudal illiteracy and disease, subse-
ed me of Justice William O. Douglas' recent talK
r.bd Jewish Appeal function. But I could not carry
r, The Congressman's allusions were superficial
they were constantly destroyed by his effort ti
- 'c i f rapport between himself, the previous speaker
ace- on a level of Jewish identity,
made a point to aspirate his 'ch" when mentioning
".Vei'zmann's r.ame. In his hands. Israel became a jewJl.
ail
Jewry
c glitter of non-Jewish underwriting
, ".gressman Roosevelt spoke further about glorious
face of Arab League hostility and confusion, I con-
[ lh< one essential aspect of the Stars Over Israel
- vv; ich plagued me.

Apart from the fact that it may be regarded as the rrildest
: mecntive, it seems somewhat purposeless constantly to re-
K5L '' llsl of vast Purchases made by a small numcer of local
It would not be an overstatement to indicate that as
Wd. \l was sPtnt last Monday evening in announcing Pa*
by this fortunate group since the inception of the bond dme
r *pent in encouraging new purchasers. ____
lso seemed to me that an even more unpardonable error
Judge Morris
Runs To
Succeed Self
Judge J. N. .Morris
MJqhthouso Shoirtt
Wart's At Exhibit
The Lighthouse for the Blind
this week expressed gratitude to
those who have contributed time
and effort to the Seal Campaign.
"It is only by the dollars sent
in from these seals that the
Lighthouse is able to continue its |
work in helping the blind to help
themselves," Hal S. Pelton.
Lighthouse president said.
Pointing to the progress made
by the blind in this regard, he
indicated that the Lighthouse
was currently participating in the
Miami Manufacturers' Exhibition.
"Such items as brooms, mops,
cane chairs, rugs, dolls and many
other articles made by the blind
are on display at the Dinner Key
Aeeepi Entry in
Minn in COHte9t
Entries tor a Miss Miami
Beach Beauty Contest are now
.: e accepted, according to Bill
Judge Joe N. Morris this week Hollorr.an. vice president of the
announced his candidacy for re- sponsoring Miami Beach Jaycees.
election as Circuit Court Judge -jie contest is scheduled f"
to which office he was appointed \jarcri 29th. at the Delano Hotel,
in December, 1950. where the local winner will be
Judge- Morris, 58. graduated plcked. The winner will receive
from Stetson University, where a iov.jng cup and prizes and will
he worked his way through col- ^e senl t0 gt. Petersburg for the
lege A practicir.g attorney in Fiorlda contest. April 8th
Jacksonville until 1904. ne came r,,, ,,.,11
to Miami in that year. He was to 10th. The Florida Queen will
subsequently ; ppointed to the go to Atlantic City for the Miss
Florida Improvement Commis- America contest,
sion in 1949. Prior to his ap- The contestant must be a Flo: -
pointment. Judge Morris was ida resident for the past six
high man in a poll and received mths unless she is in colleg<
the endorsement of the Dade a high school graduate or a
County Bar Association and ree- [or at the time of the contest. Srv
ommendation to the Governor for must be single, and able- 1
appointment to the Bench. onstrate some three-minute talent
Judge Morns has since heard routine. She must also be at
some 1.400 cases and signed over ieast m years old by Septembei
6.000 orders. The Judge is mar- ist_ and not more than 28 y<
ried. has two children and six 0^
grandchildren. He is a Mason, a If.Miss Miami Beach becomes
Zionist and a member of B'nai ^jlSS America at Atlantic City.
B'rith and Temple Israel. snc wyj receive a $5,000 scholar-
' .p plus additional prizes that
Exhibition." Miss Winifred Hast- go to the winner Bse include
ings. executive secretary for the Doss;ole movie tests and mode..m.
Lighthouse explained. offers.
----. ~~.
WE INVITE YOU TO SPEND THE
Passover Week
at the
VICTOR HOTEL
Joseph Waldman
Owner
TRADITIONAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SEDER SERVICE
Conducted by Waldman Family and Cantor Berkowitt
In Air Conditioned Dining Room
Ocean at 12th Street
Miami Beach
Reservations Accepted Now
Call 5-0C41
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE
Cngrttini Company
commercial
social
hotel
tolling tor
monograms
invitations
redding announcements
dial 2-8164
122 n.
m i a m i
sixth srrt
33, florido
D. Runer NUnatemert
HOTEL
Good
DIETARY
LAWS
1
ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
DINING
Dinner Served
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
AT ITS FINEST
Reservations
58-1451
fc
i
*> Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
/.T YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Phone 58-2503 or 56-4891 (Evening*)
Under Complete SupervifJon cj Greater Miami Vaad H^ashruth
for a greater measure of Passover pleasure
p
'
t
lOS 113S&
h ?*:- a democratic cork in a sea of autocracy and iertihzer. al
-,?m-' : could not help wondering what mace American -ewrj
Uirw,V '-'> tfei unreasonable glitter of non-Jewish underwritire
DwiP?feu81 part of the $500,000,000 issue will without a doubt be
6-i by no economic titans.
MATZO
and Passover foods
fe.


PAGE 14 A

FRIDAY^MARCH U
\
LEGAL NOTICE
Members of thte Apartment House Unit of the 19S2 Combined Jewiih Appeal sponsor a Gifts Break-
fast to inaugurate their participation in the ann ual campaign. Shown, left to right, are William
Brenner; Dan Broad, co-chairman; Sydney Steiner; Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, world traveller and
tecturer who was guest of honor; Meyer Teigman. chairman of the Apartment House Unit; Ben
Giller; and Murray Kamer.
Letters To The Editor
Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir.
We, the undersigned Rabbis of
Greater Miami wish to make
clear to the Jewish Community
one of the foundations of our
saw a Jewish Rabbi. Where are
they?
I make the statement that 40%
of the patients on the floor were
Jewish. Since I returned home
-unuauuiis ui uui here. I discussed this issue with
Jewish Faith to every Jewish 'quite a few people, among them
parent and prospective parent, lone man who seems to i""
The rite of Milah (circumeis- the Rabbis of America I-------
Jon) is one of the great Je\wrsh have been told they have nolal| rne the original in the office of
ceremonies which binds *>ur peo- I time for hospital visits,
pie to our G-d and the Torah. i a wedding, Bris, Pidvon Hab-
it is not Simply a physical oper- en or funeral service seems to be
ation. It is a religious ceremony. pavable. Hospital visits apparent-
L-ircumcision may therefore not |y are not.
LEGAL NOT ICL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14*128
JEANETTE GOODMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEI I 'i' >I>M,\N. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: LEO GOODMAN, Defendant:
You are required to serve a copy
ig tnem ,,f v,,,. Answer to the Mill of Com-
> know i>i;iint upon plaintiff's attorneys,
well I KOVNER \ MANNHE1MER, W
l Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
Hit on ur
otherwise,
ifeased by
be performed by anyone not of
our faith. It cannot be perform-
ed before the time prescribed by
(ur religion, nor may it be per-
formed in any way which is op
Max Feit
LEGAL NOTICE
the Clerk of the Circuit i
b( fort April 12th, 1952:
aid bill "111 be taken as <
' Dated: this 12th day of March, 152.
K It LEATHERMAN,
Clert of the Circuit Court
(Si
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Ieputy Clerk
-. 14-21-21 I I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147974
SAIL S PARIS, 1'laintlff
vs.
AL'GCSTA PARIS. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti>: AUGI'STA PARIS
::'.v Kosclusko
Brooklyn 21, New York
You. Augusta Paris, are hereby not-
ified thai n BUI <>f Complaint tor
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cops
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorney. Amos Benjamin, r.os oiym-
pia Building, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7tb day of April, 1952. If
you fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken aicainst you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED Rt Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of March. I.",2
E. It. LEATHERMAN
ci.-ik, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By O. B. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
.1. 14-21 -2- I 1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
ELE<
THE CIRCUIT COii'bt"!----'
EVENTH JUDICIAL r, AND FOR DAD rn."J'T
FLORIDA ,N CEH
No 14701; v'c"'.
ELIZABETH BARRETT Phi
vs. i-'im,f(
SAM BARRETT, Defend
NOTICE BY PUBL CATm.
TO: SAM HAIMtPTT UCAT|N
1907 Straus Rtreel
.. Brooklyn. Ne \..,\,
YOU ARK HEREBY V/v.
that a Bill of .:,, fN"TlHl:
has been filed aB', 1" [' %!
above entitled cause ,,,.i '"
I hereby required ,,, .....;',"" 'W -
your Answer to the 1:111 ,l( ,.''"V.,
on the Plaintiff's Mt...j ',. m|H
the original In the office of\k!S n1
of the Circuit Court or, ,, hi, H
4th day of April. 1952 If vmf'JV"
do so. Judgment by defauTj?
taken against you foi th. LIP- 1
.minded in the lull of Comnffl? &
Dated at Miami. Florida ttt
day of March. Ml bt' *'
E. II. LKAi'liKifui..
nerk Cl ,el,M,^AN
''Vuu'1,,,'^
PALLOTT. SILVER MUIXOr
Attorneys for Plain,iff -LOi
"04 Ingraham Building
Miami, Florida
3/7-14-21-28
rmc^l n__. i_ ........1 IN E CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
poseci to or not in accord with eleventh judicial circuit of
rill*. Iqii.i.I, .-.> J i*;n r-1 ,-, n> r-. a -. ~ K n .-
FLORIDA. IN A\D FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148124
RAE KROHN LANU I
WILLIAM LANG, Defi ndanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
our Jewish tradition.
We urge that the Brith Milah
(religious circumcision) be pi r-
formed by a Mohel specially
trained : r is purpose, and a
man known for his pietv and to. WILLIAM LANG
recommend, by the local Rab- -"' West sum street
binate. N,u Y"'" City, New rork.
We and make public of^U*,". \ I
that the Union of Orthodox Rab- r'"'' agalnei you, and you .ire re-
bis of tl "nited States and Can- 2.ulrod ,0 "'"'..... >">" am-
ada after repeated study and "-. Bill, of Cam-
analysis ondemned the use
< f th( 1 clamp in thi :
formance of religious circumcis-
ion. It is 1 erefore forbidden to
use this instrument in the
formance this -acred religious
rite.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ... THC rinruiT rniiB-r n IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE LN pTTplth uVATrPi ?Tormt nI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ELE,V^,I" J.U.D,CAL CIRCUIT OF
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys.
-. Helman ,v Kaplan, 650 Sey-
Building, .M 1 lorida, and
file the origin.1! Answer or Pleading
office of the 1 "lei k ..f the Clr-
Courl on or before the lSth dav
' April, 1952 li you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
gainst you ( ellef demanded
, in th, lliil of 1 'on
We urge every Jew to make ..,'"'>'K A,ND ordered at Miami,
these facts knowVi to the JtSrUh :"'' '"" -"' "' Mar,'h- AD"
community, so that the first E B LeathermaN,
is ,o b'-;nc ;:!:.;:;'',-:' V;;""ia
Jewish child into our faith may
ry. but in keeping
with our religious require/: i
We shall be happy to recom-
mend a qualified Mohel to ap-
parent, and will be glad to dis"-
cuss anj feature of this religious
rite with the parent to make cer-
tain that the child will become a
true son of the covenant.
Rab. : Mi ses Mescheloff
Rabbi Alexander Gross
Ral ".: ix Shapiro
Rabbi Abraham Cassell
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
D: S. T. Swirsky
Rabbi Simo r.April
.;t Court Seall
By WM W STOCKING
Deput;
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v
KAPLAN, 1 :.-','>
' Seybold B ill
Miami, Florida.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
: 14-21-28 4 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148075
Ji iSEPHINE ZAMPEDRI,
Plaintiff
vs.
VICTOR ZAMPEDRI, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, VICTOR ZAMPEDRI, 111 West
Jnseph E. Rackovsk\ v : """,' N' A v",!< City, New
Rabbi Alfred Waxman ^fflJS*!! "&*!!
' '1 against you, and vou are re-
quired to eerve a cop> of your Ans-
wer .,r Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff attorney, Har-
old Shapiro, 127 Lincoln Road, Miami
Bearn, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the cierk .,f the Circuit court on or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148123
STANLEY C MYER8, LOflK
U W and l.K< IN KAPLAN,
partners doing business inder
name of MYERS,
HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Plaintiffs,
-
JOSEPH I. ABRAMS, JACQUES
- I n imetlmes known as
mon. and w I PARKER,
1 >efendanta.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR INTERPLEADER
To IOSEPH I. ABRAMS,
East Huth Street,
eland :. Ohio.
V'.r JOSEPH I. ABRAMS, are
notified that a Dill ,,f Com-
plaint f,.: Interpleader has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required to
sei .- .1 copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs' attorney, IRWIN E KOTT,
630 Seybold Huilding. Mi.hoi. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Clri-uil Court on or before the lath
da> of April, IH.12. If you f..il to do
s". judgment by default :;i i- taken
' you for the relief demanded
in the Pill of Complain)
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 12th dav of March, I9&2.
E. n. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, circuit Court,
Dad,- County, Florida.
By WM. W ST( m'KING,
Deputv Clerk
IRWIN i: KOTT. E8Q
650 Seybold Huilding.
Miami. KI01 ida
Attornej for Plaintiffs
3 14-21-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 148008
MORRIS DAVIS, Plaintiff.
- against -
SARAH DAVIS. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU: SARAH DAVIS, 1833 Bryant
Avenue. Bronx, New York, are herebv
notified thai a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorney, MAX It. SILVER, 922 Se\ -
bold Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In th.- offl.....,f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the Ml dav
of April, 1952, If you fail to do so,
Judgment b) default win be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this loth dav of March, 1952
E. B. LEATHERHAN,
Clerk, circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj O. H. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
MAX P.. Sll.VKK
Attorney for Plaintiff
922 Seybold Huilding
Miami 32, Florida
3/14-21-2- 4/4
Jewish Floridian,
Dear Sir.
Where are our Rabbis of Amer-
ica? I ask this question for the
following reason:
I have just returned from Bos- beroE'^oVr? dayUof '^.n ?S.
ton. Massachusetts, where I spent "_,/ WJ ,'" .!? so, judgment by
over five weeks at the Massa-
chusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary comnSltat.
following a severe eye operation. done ant
During my stay there, Catholic
priests and nuns visited me. Min-
isters of other denominations al-
so came by to say Hello. I never
1 t 1 ', ........ j',o;,o-ni pj
letault win be taken against vou for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Proparo Rokeach
ll RDERED at Miami.
Honda this 11th day ot March, 1*52
E. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk, 1 iit Court.
Dad. County, Florida.
H> R. If RICE, JK.
Deput) cierk
'Circuit Court S, a! I
3 14-21-28 4 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 148103
ROSE NEQIN, Plaintiff
vs.
LOl'IS NEQIN, Defendant
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
l"o: LOl'IS NEQIN
MIS KnOX Place
Bronx, N. Y.
Yol' are required to sen,- a copy
ol your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs
Attorney and to file the original \ns-
wer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the 11th
das of April. IK..2: otherwise the Hill
of Complaint filed herein will be taken
lessed iv vou.
. DAT,E ''' M'aml. Florida, this 12th
h<\ ,.f March, I9S2.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court of
Dade Countv
H> : .,-,... ,. Deputy Clerk
Ml RRAi OOODMAN, Attorney
Lincoln Itoad Huilding
Miami Beach, Florida
3 14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ...
notice is hereby oivbn that ,., J}?J'9E by publication
'nden ,.ngage In 'N JJt^^i^.V'T court of the
us name of ELE.Vi^.I" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27603-B
In Re: ESTATE I IF
ALFRED II. NICHOLSON,
1 >oeease,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present an'v
claims and demands which vou or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ALFRED II. NICHOLSON,
deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida
to the II,,n HUNK It, D'OWUNO'
County Judge of Dade County, and
Hie the same in his office in the
Count) Courthouae in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first luildlcntion
heicf Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant ami to 1 sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, ,.r same will i. bai red
s.-e Section 120 ,,r the it}] Probate
1 :,: Man li 5th, AD. 1952
MERCEDES M NICHOL8I IN
As Administratrix of the
Km.,!.- ,,,
ALFRED II NICHOLSON,
I ip 1'pa shiI
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
1/14-21-28 1 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATinu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tuJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 53
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Dabs'
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 148059
NELSON ACC.ENP.i.i, k. F,,alnllf,
MARGARET AUOENBLICK,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE'""11"^
TO: MARQARET Al'OENBUrK
4431 3rd Avenue ""
Bronx, New York
You. MARGARET ACGENBUcd
are hereby notified that a ijh J
Complaint for Dlvorc. has I,,,' ,i"
against you. and you are iulredtl
jerve a copy of your tn ,,!
Pleading to the Hill ,,f ,,m,,|i,i, JI
the Plaintiffs Attorney, BENESaVvl
ESQ., IM Seybold Rldg., MlamlTFteJ
Ida, and file the original Answer oj
Pleading In the office of the I'lfrtl
of the Circuit Court on or. I.efoie Innl
llth day of April, 19S2 II v'u t^af
to do so. Judgment by default wi; I..I
taken against you f, ;}< relief dt-i
in uiiied In the Hill ol 1 'omnUlni
Florid*, this iuh day of March, Aftr
K B. LEATHERHAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dad,- County. Plnriila
(Circuit Court Keal)
Bj i; B. HARDIE,
^ .. Deputy Clerk
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
R2I Seybold Bids.
Miami. Fla.
3/14-21-18 4 4
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
.iV'w.V""1''' "'* fi'tltious name of
MIAMI BEACH BUDGET TRIP CO
at 1905 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
.,!;' intend to register raid name
With the 1 1,-rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
AT HENDERSON COMPANY,
INC BO*
STEVENS TRAVEL SERVICE
MAMBER a: LIFTER
M0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach., Fla
14
' indi.......us name of
BARBECUE HEAVEN, at 6700 ft \V
"1 St.. Miami, I ntend to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
1" INALD D SHANE
RAYMl IND .-LINE
LLOYD STBINHAUER
For Ji wish homt makers who
are set-kiriK ways of adding zest
to traditional Passover menus, I.
Rokeach and Sons, makers of
Kosher funds, is offering this year
a collection of 34 recipes for add-
culinary sparkle to the day.- uf re- STEPHEN v KEssi.er
hgious observance. r" for ippi
Outstanding among these are r"L "'.'^ '
Passover < ream puffs and rolls. _____________
both developed in the Roki notice under fictitious
test kitchens by Betty Brown, NOTICE IS 'hkhkby'ai^is that
staff home economist, to relieve i. to engage in
the monotony of seasonal cuisine ;',".,'!'"" ?! *m name of
vofmatxoh,,,lV- Kv.:'. :;, ffi ^ MS
is also demonstrated in another aid name wli :. ,,r the Clr-
unique d .;. orked out bv Miss '" '''' ": ''.....ty, Florida
Bro home-made P. h STEPHEN P ke?slerR BAKER
spaghetti garnished with tomato Attorney for a
sauce and meatballs to add a H-,' w:,s'_r)
touch of the unusual to conven- '*_________,
tional Pas-over diets. ipes, brf)ught to ljght {or !..
Also providing exotic flavor first time through a cooking con-
are such dishes as tsimmes, test sponsored by Rokeach.
ht with potato dumplings. The helpful "brochure, titled
Eierkuchen and Gan Eden which Savory Passover Recipes, may be
have been gathered from the far obtained without charge by mail-
comers of the globe to enliven ing a postal card to Passover
American Passover celebrations. Booklet, I. Rokeach and Sons.
Many of the offerings are prize i Box 73, New York 17, New York
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 148091
SOL SIMONS, Plaintiff,
vs.
I.icv i' simons. Defendant
To- ,?H!T.FOR DIVORCE
T' LI Cl C, SIMo.Ns
Hotel Beacon,
i.th stie.-t ,,t Broad
New V,,rk. N y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
' < lalnl for Divorce ha
' d ,,J !-' you, and i are ra
copy of ..... ,
' sadlng to the Dill of Comolaln
int.fre Attorney. SEviiot'-ll
i 11.1-MAN....... Lim H i Ml-
'.....' Florida, and tile the
'."" "' thi i lerh ..f n, ,
V" -;i or before the llth ,
If Vou fall to do HO, tudg-
'!'f-"ilt will I., take: agalnsl
'. the relief demanded in the
inn or < "mplifint
' AND ORDERED .1 Miami.
this llth day of March, AD
i: B, LEATHERMAN
i lerk, Circuit i 'o in
Dade County, Florida
111 Court Seal,
By it n. rice, nt
SSOURB^M^ESq
Miami Beach 3s, n.
l/14-tl-zl t/i'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS----
NAME LAW
.."OTICE IS HEREBV OIVBN that
the nnd.-r-,e,|, rteairlng to enKaKe in
i,.'r;s''':'l,-T..Ul'' "etltloua name of
gABLES ANIMAL CLINIC, at i ,;;i
! once de Leon Blvd., Coral Qabl< -
""lids t,. i.-L-lstei- said name W,||,
cJ!un'ty?r,FlSr,ida!rCU" Cwi '" "a,U'
u,........."ov .1 M BROWN
I in.IP I. HBCKBRUNQ
Attorne) for Applicant
-'4 Dul'ont II .il,imK
n 7-14-21-3S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF|
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148054
ELAINE OKI.KAN. Plaintiff
vs.
MARTIN ORLEAN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARTIN oIU.KAN
SS0 Fifth Avenue
New York City, Ne Tork
Yor ARE HEREBV NoTlr'IKPl
thai a Hill f file titled cause and yon are herehy re- I
quired to serve a copj of sour ll
to the Mill of Complall "n the I'lain!-,
iff's attorney, and file
in the office'of the Clerk of th I
cull Court on or before the l'Uh day
of April, A.D, 1952, otherwise, a > I
'iee pro confesso Will be entered I
agaitiHt you.
Dated at Miami. Floi da, this llth ]
day of March, 1932,
K B. LEATHERMAN",
Clerk. Cii....."ollM
Byj C B, HARDIE,
Deput] ci.rk
MERNARD S MANDLEK
Attorney for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham linildinR
Miami. Floridn
n,14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS----
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Vsi^"-'!"'1- bualness inter the fictitious name of
W.s .' ''RODCCTS. at 1710
1*;' -' Ml.....i. Fla In-
'" register said name with the
County?fFl5?lda'rCU" ''""n '" """"
STANLEY ^:K,:s;K,''-K WB88H
A'torn. foi Apnllcant
;," Rf*yhold Building
Miami, i ,
3/14-2I-2S 4/|______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS----
v. -,-, ... NAM^ LAW
NO! II i. is HEREBY OIVEN thai
'"' "''- i'...... desiring to engage In
it X v 't,EfARTMENT STORE,
', :', '"' Avenue. Hlaleah, Fla
nt- n.K ,,., y nmme JJJj
""-....;. V:or!d-V '"''"" '"""""-'
BERICK 8HAPm^FSggS8ER
Mtam. Beach FU.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0F|
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148053
ROSALIE WOODARD, Plalntlfl
VB.
FRED WOODARD. I'ei.iidant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FRED WOODARD
residence unknown. __rn i
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIHr."
that a Bill of Complaint foi D .21
has been filed against >"ii I" '"*
above entitled cans, and you '
hereby required to Berve a com
your Answer to the Bill "( Coiniilsin'
for Divorce on the Plaintiffs "J*?.
ey, and file the original in .in* "'
flee of the Clerk of the Circuit < ""
on or before the lotb daj "' A!"''
1H52, otherwise I Dei ree PTO ""
fesso will be entered against yes. ft
Dated at Miami. Florida, this |
it 'leathermax.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Deput) Clerk
BERNARD B. HANDLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
>;o4 ingrahain Building
Miami, Florida
3/14-21-28 4, 4_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW hJ. ,
NOTICE IS HEREB1 "v!?i~tt|
the undersigned, deslrlnt
business under the fictitious nsro >
COMMUNTY BJSNDIX l-UN,.l, in-
19 N. B. 14th. s'. M n ; ,,
tends to reglstei said name
cieri, ,,r the Circuit Court "
County. Florida. hbnr^ pIJlcl,s
Stephen I' K<
Attorney for Appllcanl
'-'Jim W.-st Flagler St,
:i 14-21-28 4 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,,,
NOTICE IS HEBEIO "IN [
the undersigned, desiring t<
, ngsgi
business under the 'fietni-'i- :
8TH STREET PAR. > [' N
Slie.t. Miami. Fl.i intend I" -.;-,.
said name with the Clerk "i i .1.
cult Court of ....... County. I '
HERICK. SHAPIRO A FTUW
Attorneys for Applicants
3/7-14-21-28


FRIDAY
MARCH 14. 1952
+Jewish k>rklian
PAGE 15 A
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Metropolitan Volunteers To Raise Funds "jgf
this cash from the first solicita-
tions received in the current Life-
(Copyright 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
cFPARATlONS TALKS: Members of the praesidium of the Con-
fnTnce "ii Jewish Material Claims Against Germany are packing
"\ ... Some of them are leaving New York this week for
n,eH where the reparations talks with Germany are to open '
March 17th Prior to the opening of- the negotiations, there will
ye pWliminary meeting* in Brussels between Israeli representatives
nd Conference leaders, although each of the two groups will con-
duct separate talks with the German representatives The Con-
ference is now seeking to enlist Isadore Lubin, member of the Amer-
lan delegation to the United Nations, to head the group of experts
Ii-ho will conduct the negotiations with Germany on behalf of the
Jewish communities outside of Israel ... If Mr. Lubin is not avail-
able in the event that he cannot obtain a leave of absence from
his US Government job the Conference may approach Milton
Katz head of the ECA ... A group of American Jewish economic
nd legal experts is already working on the preparation of the
claims winch will be presented to Germany Very interesting is
the fact that records on confiscated Jewish property which were
kept by German institutions during the Nazi regime are now in
Jewish hands They include lists of the names of Jews from
whom property was taken away, or who were forced to pay special
fines as Jews On the basis of these records, it is estimated that
at least $14,000,000,000 worth of Jewish property was confiscated or
looted by the Nazis in Germany, Austria, Poland, Frarce, Holland,
Belgium and other countries The present claims to Germany
presented by both Israel and the Jewish communities outside of Is-
rael will hardly total $2,000,000,000 Israel was already asked by
German officials to present a list of commodities which the Jewish
S'ate would be prepared to take from Germany as part-of the rep-
arations Such a list is now being prepared, and it can be pre-
dicted that ships, will be included as item number one.
(Continued from Page 1 A)
ious mu cessfu] campaigns. Area
chairmen and their districts are: Dollar Campaign.
Miami, Irving Saal; Miami Beach. The following team quotas
Mrs. Milton Sirkin; Coral Gab- have been established for the
les, Naphtali A. Weidberg; Flag- seven campaign areas of Dade
Ier-Granada. Ben Clcjin; West County: Area No. 1, Miami
Miami. Leonard Kalish; North Beach, $45,240; Area No. 2, Mi-
Dade. Mrs. Benjamin Miller: and ami, $35,927; Area No. 3, Flagler-
Hialeah-Miami Springs, William Granada, $5,988: Area No. 4, West
Kneapler. Miami. $1,573; Area No. 5, Coral
Manpower mobilization di- I Gables, $20,164; Area No. 6, North
rectors have been appointed by
r-4ranada
Slllllll
ill' Attain
The Board of the Women's
Group, Flagler-Granada Jewish
Com rr unity -Centi. held its
monthly meeting at the Center
yesterday.
Mrs. Sidney Stiller, chairman
of the Board, announced (hat
nomination for the coming year
will he held on March 20th. Mrs.
N.alropolitan Chairman Shoch-
et for the first time in cam-
paign history, dividing the
twin-cities between Mrs. Harry
Gordon for Miami and Mrs.
Frances Makovsky for Miami
Beach. Their efforts in enroll-
ing volunteer workers has re-
sulted in th'a present force of
more than one thousand per-
sons who will conduct the com-
munity phase of the Appeal.
M. J. Kopelowitz is Federation
District Representative chairman
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is the
Educational director. George J.
Talianolf is director of Publicity.
"This is the greatest Life Giv-
ing Campaign in Greater Miami
. Stiller also announced that Dr.
i Dade, $2,951; and Area No 7, Benjamin Shepard, head of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs, $2,027. (vaiittv Children's Hospital, will
Campaign Chairman Carl be guest speaker.
Weinkle has announced that as M,.s Ben clein plesident of
of this date of publication of
the Jewish Floridian. 54.85% of
the total goal has been attained
by other workinq units of the
campaign. Leading all units is
the Women's Division, with
74.58%. followed by Winter
Residents with 66.33%; Trades.
48.68%: and Hotel. 44.68 %.
Preliminary gifts made by raal-
ous givers ir the Metropolitan
Unit prior to the official Break-
fast launching, have brought
the Unit to 13.39% bf their
quota.
Present at the Kick-Off Break-
the Group, reported that plar.a
are now under way for the An-
nual May Dance to be held on
May 17th. Mrs. Stiller will be co-
chairman of the affair.
Also on the committee are the
Mcsdames Phil Shift, Edward
Moore, Hy Cover.xan and Sam.
Kirschner.
U.S. AND ISRAEL: Whatever the effects of Israel's new economic
policy may he, Bruce MacDaniel, head of the technical aid mission
which the US Government has set up in the Jewish state, will hence-
forth be the person who will have a decisive say in the economy of
Israel Working from Tel Aviv, he will allocate American grant-
in-aid funds to local beneficiaries Opponents of the United
States in Israel, such as the leftwing Mapam Party and the Com-
munists, charge that MacDaniel will become the economic dictator
of the country But the business sector in Israel thinks it a good
thing that experienced American economists will now take a real
part in the finances and industry of the Jewish state Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan welcomes: the grant-in-aid administration
He believes that Israel may need foreign grants-in-aid for an-
other five years, before her economy is stable ... It is expected
next month the US Congress will be asked to vote a new grant
for Israel I > out seventy million dollars ... It is estimated that
about 250 million dollars have been brought into Israel in the form
; gift funds since 1948 Until recently the pro-Israel fund cam-
paigns in the United States and in other English-speaking coun-
tries have t:en the principal sources from which Israel covered her
fjreign currency requirements ... At the same lime Israel has
gradually liquidated all her foreign assets First, she used up her
35 million Erglish pounds ci'adit frozen in London s'nee World War
II, but subsequently released Then came the dollar and sterling
securities held by Israelis which had to be offered to the Israeli
irjasury for sale However. Israel's new economic- policy may
vsult in tcr confidence on the part of foreign private investors
And of the government's major aims The reaction
in the L'm'i | States towards Israel's new economic policy is very
From all sides it is heard it is a step in the right
lion .

BOOKS AND AUTHORS: The Bible is still the best seller among
Jews ir. t untry, judging from the annual report of the Jewish
''i^i' iety of America The Society has reprinted its;
edition of the Bible no less than 24 times and reports that it has
sold more than 450.000 cooies since its first edition Incidentally.
the report shows that the Society has about 10.000 members with
an average annual income of about S100.000 a year from number*
hip dues ... It distributes about 50.000 books a yea: to its mem-
lo sales ... A special edition of Dr. Salo Baron's
ii ill and Religious History of the Jews has been
thi So iety tor its ts parallel with the trade
n which ... published this month by Columbia University
. Nearly 2,300 sets of this monumental contribution to the
the Jewish people have already been distributed by the
it Society to its members And speaking of his-
jpry, we wart to draw attention to a book/at The Strange Death Of
B -ruch Spinoza just published ... Its author, Eli A. Almia noted
Jewish journalistdoubts whether the great Jewish philosopher
dud of tuberculosis, as all his biographers claim Mr. Almi devel-
ops the sensational theory that Spinoza might have been assassin-
alec! An the I ost interesting thing is that Professor Albeit Ein-
impn ssi 1 with Mr. Almi's view and wrote him a letter to
tms effect ... I jlso want to draw attention to a new volume by
tie Jewish essayist and literary critic. A. Tabachmck The
just pul lished under the title, Aba Shtolzenberg, is a pene-
trating analysis and evaluation of the works of Aba Shtolzenberg,
I the best American Jewish poets who died prematurely in 1
New York at the age of 36 Mr. Tabachnick is very much lm- j
ed with Shtolzenberg and writes about the poems with love
and admiration No better monument could ever be erected for
Ihe dead poet than the book by Tabachnick which also throws light
n the various schools in American Jewish poetry Incidentally,
Mr. Tabachnick is not only an essavist of note ... He is also one ot
'he Yiddish editors of the Jewish'Telegraphic Agency and is con-
sidered one of the best Jewish journalists in the country ._______
history," Metropolitan chairman | fast on Sur.day will be Treasurer
Shochet stated. "Our campaign j Charles Fruchtman, Secretary
goal of $1,477,658 is one of the Mrs. Carl Weinkle and vice
largest in recent years aimed at | chairmen of the General Cam-
sustaining immigrants in Israel | paign Cabinet Mrs. Louis Alt-
and preserving national and lo-; schul. Sam Beekerman, Moses
cal institutions. These are Life I Ginsberg, Benjamin Kane, Sam
Dollars not investment dol-! Katz, Marcie Liberman, Sam
lars," he added.
"Of this total, the United Jew-
ish Appeal, which sponsors a
broad program of relief, reha-
bilitation, and resettlement in
Israel. Europe and the Near
East, will receive $678,411. Na-
tional and overseas agencies
are scheduled to receive S102.-
066. Greater Miami's seven lo-
cal agencies will receive $450,-
745 if our campaign is success-
ful," Shochet stated.
Luby, I. L. Mir.tzer, Joseph A.
Richter. Sam Rest. Lawrence T.
Sapero and Harry Sirkin.
Top community leaders who
hold positions of responsibility in
the current campaign include
members of the Campaign Advis-
ory Council Jack Ablin, Sam
Blank, Ben Bronston, Leo Chal-
kin, Joseph Chi rner, George
Chertkof, Sam Fri'.dland, Charles
, Fruchtman. Mrs. Louis Glassci.
Dr. Morris Goodman, Howard
IhVhrcw T>a'hrs
Hold Banquet
The Hebrew Teacher-' Associ-
ation of Greater Mia:i i is spon-
j soring its Annual Banquet Sun-
I day evening, March 16th, 8
', o'clock, at the Victor Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Louis Gadon. president of
' the Association, will bring greet-
j tings, and representatives of the
Jewish Community will be pres-
ent at the function.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will e guest
speaker. Ben Esser. attornev and
prominent local leader, will act
as toastmaster. A musical pro-
gram arranged bv the Cantors
v. ill also be presented.
Chairman of the Banquet is
Mrs. Ruth Uliss.____________
lips. Joseph Rose, Dan B. Rus-
rael needs $250,000 in emerg- IC^ Aaron Kanner, M. J. Kop- ki Herbert Scher, Monte Selig
cash for food and shelter, elowitz, Sam Lath-man, Baron Jacob Sher, Joseph B
encv
and a direct request has been de Hirsch Meyer, Stanley C K. Shochet, WUliam D. Singer
made to the Miami area to supply Myers, Max Orovitz, David Phil- and Mrs. Carl Weinkh _____
AIR CONDITION
YOUR BEDROOM WITH
PHILCO
NEVER BEFORE
AS LOW AS
FRIENDLY
..PHONE
FOR FREE ROOM SURVEY
328 W. FLAGLER
1 'rice I land Joins
M|"kal Council
uel Friedland, Miami busi-
an and community leader,
'';'s been named to the National
-ounci] of the Joint Defense Ap-
Kjl, a has been announced by
awney Moyer, of Youngstown,
ut>io, Council chairman.
., In accepting membership on
'"' JDA National Council, Fried-
"'u will be associated with com-
munity representatives through-
">i the country who determine
national policies and fund-raising
peal f the Joirt Defense AP"
thlhfe ioint Defense Appeal is
e tund-raising arm of the Anti-
Rv^atlon League of B'nai
Crm. and American Jewish
committee.
Business Hadassah
Hears Freda Vinar,
Nurse Phyllis Bugen
Miami Beach Hadassah, Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Group, will hold its next meet-
ing at the Beth Sholem Temple
on Tuesday evening, March 18th,
8:30 o'clock. .
Miss Evelyn Brown, chairman
of Hadassah Medical Supplies
Committee, will be in charge of
the program. Miss Freda Vinar,
an Israeli resident for a year and
a half, and veteran of the Israeli
Army, will ten of the life in a
Kibutz. _
Miss Phvllis Bugen, supervisor
Of day nurses at Mount Sinai
Hospital who served last summer
on a transport taking emigrants
to the new state, will also tell of
her experiences.
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+JeHijsMhr**i3tr
FRIDAY. MARCH
H. 1952|
SPANISH
MACKEREL
29c
Econom :al
Meats ^or Lent
lb.
Halibut STEAKS lb. 59c
SOCKEYE ALASKAN
Salmon STEAKS lb. 69:
CANADIAN No. 1
SM E L T S. lb. 59c
CLEANED AND CUT
TO SLIT EVfSY NEED
------100" FAVOUS
FROZEN FOODS
Scken LIVERS
:: p'?pO'e 8oi.
49=
E ROS5YE FRENCH STYLE
Oreen BEANS X 19c
SNOW CROP
RASPBERRIES ;r 29c
FRESH PACKEC FCPDHOCK
Lima BEAMS 2 sr 29c
It's everybody's FOOD FAIR!
GENUINE KOSHER
Midget SALAMI 179c
v _r \\ sconsin
Cheddar CHEESE 49c
EXCLUSIVE AT FOOD FAIR
DUTCH GARDENS
BLUE COCKTAIL
SHARP CHEDDAR GARLIC
CHEESE SPREAD** 39c
FARM FRESH PRODUCE
U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA
GRAPEFRUIT 6 15c
ii. 2c
HARD GREEN, HOME GROWN
CABBAGE
CHOICE CALIFORNIA
FRESH DATES
lb. Pkg.
WAX PAPER
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Beets 2 '?." 29c Crust Mix 2 29c
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303
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lli^vilslh-IEIIiOiPidliiaun
n FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1952
SEC. E
jis Day Sells $450,000 In Bond
BIG
nAY came to Greater Mi-
Vn* .____J,,c later
'Sunday, and three days .later
-:ils of .
still adding
rfficials of the Israel Bond
t*Sr*XU adding up the
J than S450.000 in sales reg-
ain the Purim operation^
r. than $200,000 in bonds
fed '" BIG DAY, but the
smx of the gigantic sales ef-
* n-irt of a nationwide can-
oi Jewish homes came
Eday right at the Miami Beach
Kditorium.
[upwards of 6.000 persons came
\lL Audnnrium to hear Mrs.
LwMverson, Israel's Minister
rfubor. and Representative
nnklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Only
[alianoff Succeeds
tbess As Chairman
(George J. Talianoff. Miami ]
Wh attorney and civic leader.!
L< been elected to succeed Leon- j
Tj i At"" as chairman of the
hecuiivi Committee, Florida I
leeior.al Office. Anti-Defamation |
league (if B'nai B'rith.
lAbess. who is also Florida rep-
Lentative on the ADL National,
Emmittee, will continue to serve i
t chairman of the League s Flor-1
da Adviscuv Board. Prior to Tali- t
noil's election. Abess was chair-
tan of both the Executive Com-
tittee and the Advisory Board^
Long active in the cause of
bmbating I igotry and building
ien-ocracv. Talianoff served as
Director of the ADLs Florida
Office from 1945 through 1948.
JBv-laws for the functioning of
Ithe Advisory Board and the Exec-
Jutive Committee have been pre-
pared by a special subcommittee
headed by Jerome H. Weinkle
land comprised of Sam A. Gold-
Stein and Louis Snetman. These
Twill be submitted at the next
[Executive Committee meeting for
ratification. Talianoff announced.
[ Serving with Talianoff on the
[Executive Committee are Leon-
lard L. Abess. Sidney Aronovitz,
lllilton A. Friedman. Mrs. Molly
lOazer. Sam A. Goldstein, Benja-
Imin Meyers, E. Albert Pallot,
IWilliam A. Pallot, Joseph Rose,
Burnett Roth. Paul Seiderman,
Samuel Shapiro, Sam Silver.
I Snetman. Arthur Ungar, Dr.
iJJoseph Weidberg and Jerome H.
Weinkle.
I Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida ADL
[Director, si rves as Executive Sec-
Iretary oi the ADL Advisory
I Board an,i Executive Committee.
some 4,400 were able to get into
the auditorium by far the big-
gest crowd in Miami Beach his-
tory.
Sales there passed the $143,000
mark as Mrs. Myerson pledged
complete payment of the Inde-1
pendence Bond Issue. She said I
that without American Jewry,
"There would today be no State j
of Israel. We appreciate your j
charity, but no nation can long |
endure on charity alone. That is j
the reason for the bond drive."
Following the main speaker.
Roosevelt said. "Israel is the
showplace of democracy in an i
area of the world where one bil-'
lion persons of Moslem and Hin-
du faith waiver between West
and East. The United States has
no better friend in the Middle
East."
Some 702 persons paid tribute
to Mrs. Myerson at a dinner held
at Fisherman's Wharf restaurant
in Miami Beach Monday even-
ing, immediately before the audi-
torium rally, and another $31,000
in bond sales poured in.
At a final breakfast meeting
given by Greater Miami's laboi
Zionist's Tuesday morning at
which an additional $10,000 in
sales was reported Mrs. Myer-
son flatly stated that "Israel is
nearer economic independence
today than in 1948, although the
population has more than doub-
led in that tim "
Fiesta Chairman Baron de
Meyer got his program under
way Monday evening, as some
600 standees were admitted to
see the program. Guest appear-
ances were made by Joey Adams,
Alan Gale, Gloria de Haven,
Zachary Scott. Jan Murray. San- I
dra Barton. Patti Page. Harry1
Richman and Harvey Stone
although several did not appear
on the program proper because.
of its length. Paul Bruun served
as program chairman.
In a record dav of aid to the
State of Israel, more than 60.000
volunteer workers in hundreds
of communities in every section
of the country sold millions of
dollars in Israel Bonds. It was
the first concerted action as part
of a national undertaking to sell
$200,000,000 in Israel Bonds in
1952.
Dr. Sachar To Be
Feted At Dinner
Here March 20th
A special dinner at the Delano
Hotel, March 20th. wiil honor the
president of Brandeis University.
Dr. Abraham L. Sachar.
Arranged by supporters of the
Waltham, Massachusetts, college,
the dinner will be a major event
on the Brandeis University pro-
gram. Dr. Sachar will also be
guest speaker at the dinner
scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
Details for the dinner are being
planned by university officials
who have arrived at Miami
Beach. They include Saul Elgart,
director of field operations for
Brandeis, and Joseph Linsey, of
Boston, national chairman of the
university's athletic association.
'Greater Miami is one of the
pioneer areas in terms of support
for the non-sectarian university,"
Elgart said. "And with so many
supporters, we can expect a large
attendance."
Co-chairmen for the dinner are
Jack Ablin, Dave Phillips, Monte
Selig, Jacob Sher and Harold
Turk.
Don't be content to criticize
governmental .faults. Correct
them with your ballot. Register
now and vote May 6th.
Dr. Abram Sachar
Israelite Center Ball
The Israelite Center is sponsor-
ing a Purim Costume Ball Sun-
dav. March 16th. at 8 p.m. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Barney Wei-
denfeld and Mrs. George Graham.
All proceeds will go towards
classrooms. A Queen Esther will
be crowned. Traditional Honun-
tashen will be served by the Re-
freshment Committee, headed by
Mrs. Jack Finkelstein and Mrs.
Albert Cotzin.
Rabbi Mescheloff
Speaks At Szold
Forum Wednesday
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
present a psychological approach
to the History Of Messiahs, at an
afternoon of discussion sponsored
by the Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah at the home of Mrs.
Ehiel Lesowoder, 8636 Harding
Avenue. Miami Beach, Wednes-
day afternoon, March 19th. 1 p.m.
The Rabbi will correlate the
status of society in various pe-
riods of human history with the
idea of a personal or national
messiah. including in his presen-
tation the birth of Christianity
and the development of modern
Zionism. Mrs. Barnet Beckerman.
Education chairman of the group
will preside.
The meeting is one of a series
of monthly education forums and
is part of the overall program oi
the Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah in its national emphasis
on self-education for Jewish
women. Mrs. Isabelle Altholz is
I Chapter co-ordinator of the proj-
I ect. _________
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With Your Relatives and
Friends In Israel
Free Loan Group
Holds Installation
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association will hold i
an Installation Dinner on Sun-
day evening, March 16th. 7 p.m..
at the Beth El Congregation, Mrs. j
Rose Pertes, general chairman,
announced early this week.
Guest of honor will be Mayer
Chelsie Senerchia. Rabbi Shma-
ryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual lead-
er of Beth El, will be installing
officer. Master of ceremonies
Maurice Grossman will introduce
the guest speaker. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, of Congregation
Beth Tfilah.
Officers to be installed are Isa-
dore Schwartz, president; Hyman
Kam, 1st vice president; Mrs. An-
na Block. 2nd vice president;
Mrs. Lizzie Litt, 3rd vice presi-
dent; Leo Oster. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Rose Pertes. recording
secretary; and Mrs. Ida Ochs, cor-
responding secretary.
Members of the Board of Di-
rectors are Nathan Adelman, La-
zar Ash. H. M. Drewich. Mrs.
Gertrude Indgin, Mrs. Hyman
Kam. William Kramer. B. Nevel-
skv, Max Rappaport. Mrs. Bessie
Rosenberg, Mrs. Goldic Rosen-
berg. Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. Mrs.
Lena Sapersteir. Mrs Lillian
Snyder, Mrs. Bernice Solinger.
Mrs. Sarah Stone, Mrs. Louis
Weintraub, Louis Weintraub. Sam
Wilchyk and Morris Zimmerman.
Charles Barry Yuehs'.i, noted
pantomimist, will highlight the
musical program.___________
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- lie orevail 81 the Gifts Dinner sponsored by the Food Division of the 1952 Combined
Good spin is p ^^ on MondBy BT-ning, at the McAllister Hotel. Chairman Aaron "VVeinkle scans
I**** ,L Aard totals as Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, world traveler and philanthropist, smiles ap-
'"c0,dl Others shown are ((Mt to right): Joe Cohen. Mitchell Adler. and at extreme right. Abe
iff.
Jraft Boards
,.for Inductions
he National Jewish Welfare
ird's Division of Religious Ac-
rfties this week received an of-
E communication from Gen-
Lewish B. Hershey. director
I the Selective Service System,
Sncing that all local draft
*rds are requested to give fav-
,hlp consideration, whenever
able, to requests of registrants
jthe Jewish faith not to be for-
loded for physical examination
for induction into the armed
rtts during Passover.
He bulk tin was issued in re-
ense to intormation given Se-
ve Service by JWB concern-
the dates <>f Passover, April
j to April 17th, inclusive. Jews
ihcduled for physical examina-
io's or inductions during this
leriod will have the right to re-
vest deferment until after Pass-
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Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically 111
24 Hour Nursing Service
d> Special Diets Strictly Observed
+ Private and Semi-Private Rooms
. ? LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S. W. 12th Avenue ^
? Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278
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Private Air-Conditioned Banquet Rooms for 25 to 600
Weddings Bar-Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
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Air-Conditioned Wedding Chapel
Free Parking on Premises
Phone 58-5669
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Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
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Represented by Simon Selden
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FRIDAY. MARCH V.
Interfaith Supper sponsored by Tempi.? Beth Sholom Alumni Asso
Association was host to the Youth Group of Miami Beach Commun
ciaiion on March 2nd. in the Temple Paiio. during which the Alumni
ity Church.
Heth Sholom Alumni
Association Have
Interfaith Supper
The Alumni Association of
I le Both Sholom. a group of
.; n-agers confirmed during the
past three years at Beth Sholom.
were hosts at an interfaith sup-
yer to the Youth Group of
Community Church 01 Miami
Beach recently, in the Terr
.
Featuring the meeting was the
: the film, The High
".v. ::. with Gilbert Balkin. D
tor of A- ti-D* fan at n ".. .
scuss Miss N'ancj
ight : Mr
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evening Mrs Alex A Str
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The first pn senior Young Ju-
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end 21sl 22nd and :3rd
at Came Tequesta, Kend-11. Flor-
ida, announced S A Goodman.
,: Miami Z
Youth Con nsor of the
event.
B ys and girls fi...... ages
10 throug H B er to spend
the :
Theme for 1 ve will b
S
Friedman. hrectoi I
Offic Southi Zionist Youth
that an
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Dr. Shoulson Discusses
Labor Zionism Tonight
Dr. Harry H. Queen, president
of the Ber.-Gurion Braneh No.
304. Farband. announced early
peek that Dr. Isadore Shoul-
son. director of the Yeshiva Uni-
ty Medical School of New
V rk, will speak tonight, 8 p.m..
at the Beth David Congregation
Zi ruara And Farband.
Hialeah-Miami Springs
Students Present Play
On M Id .a io
Sun I. >.'- | ti| -
Springs Jewish
v Purim
n k I The Robbery Of
G i .
Judge Morris To
View .linl.-ii-.ui
And America
Harold Shapiro, commentator
or the Radio Program. People's
Problems, has invited Judge Joe
N. Morris to discuss The Influ-
ence Of Judaism In The Founding
Of Our Country, on Sunday,
March 16th. at 1:15 p.m., over sta-
tion WINZ.
Judge Morris is a leader in
B'nai B'rith and other Jewish or-
ganizations and also sits on the
Bench of the Circuit Court of
Dade County.
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feature of the Yiddish Classical
Hour directed by M. Nasatir and
J. Birnbaum.
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vJewistifhridhn
PAut 5 a
\int Carnival At
Esther Contest based
WjaW and personality
f fnaturcd during the B'nai
fr?pn.Carnival all day
l-lh P" the Beach Branch of
BUff ""ami Jewish Com-
P^ftaMhe individual chap-
l?nh, i'" ,Vli,h YoUth m
EH" contestant
[Lent a
will
directed by Leo
Center Here
Steinman who has been responsi-
ble for recent Miss Florida con-
tests.
Entries include the Misses
Jackie Cohen, Anne Singer, Max-
imo Drucker, Natalie Bernstein,
Marlene Turner, Marcia Jervis,
Judy Hirshon and Reva Shapiro.
The Carnival will also afl major
atti actions booths, rules, tor chil-
dren, and the evening will con-
clude with a dance to the music
of Jules Fiedler and his orches-
tra.
Sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
family of Men's Lodges, women's,
young adult and youth chapti I i,
iunds derived will gu to the BB-
YO, the Hillel House of the Uni-
versitj of .Miami and the Anti-
Defamatior League. _____
Beach Center PTA Holds Book Drive
The PTA of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center has launched a
drive to establish a Religious
School Library.
Highlight of the drive will be
the Book Donor Luncheon at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Tuesday.
March 25th. The Luncheon will
be free to donors of two or more
Each donor will be pre-
ser.ted with a colorful Book Cer-
tificate, a copy of which will be
placed in gift books.
Featured on the luncheon pro-
gram will be a Book Review by
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Chairman
of the Drive is Mrs. Ben Greene
with Mrs. Irving Firtel as co-
chairman. Ticket arrangements
are headed by Mis. Harry Kaplan.
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff lspres.
If you have ever
loved a child
*OTO B> HERBERT SONNINP
To turn the great
\3nlted ^M*
A
HE IS FOUR YEARS OLD. In his meager
life, he has never known what it is like to
eat his fill. His small hands have never held
a toy. .
. A moment ago he came down the gang-
plank into Israel. Now he waits like a
wounded bird on the dock at Haifa. In his
tousled head stirs a question:
"What next?"
All he has to guide his thoughts ire
haunted, ghetto memories. He sits with that
troubled child's gaze that is more shattering
than tears.
"What next?"
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Hold Classes In Talmud
FRIDAY, MARCH U
Rabbi Ever Views
Judaism And Strange Gods
Friday evening services of the
Ahavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Byron Avenue, will be at 6 p.m.,
with a Kabbalat Sabbath follow-
ing at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac
Ever discussing: Sinaitic Judaism
Or Strange Gods. Cantor Aaron
BJoom will assist the Rabbi.
A Bible class is scheduled for
4:30 p.m.. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., with Shalos Seudos and
Maariv following.
Dr. Queen Discusses Israel
Today At Beth David Service
Late Friday evening services
held at the Beth David Congre-
gation, 2625 SW 3rd Avenue, will
be conducted at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate, assisted by the Beth David
Choir. The service will be dedi-
cated to Farband, the Labor Zion-
ists of Miami. Dr. Harry Queen,
president, will take part in the
service.
Rabbi Isadore Shoulson will be
guest speaker on behalf of the
organization. He will discuss the
subject. Israel Today. The Floral
Offering will be bv Mrs. Rebecca
Castle. The Or.eg Shabbat follow-
ing is scheduled to be sponsored
by the Labor Zionists.
The Bar and Bas Mitzvah
Breakfast on Sunday morning,'
followine the student conducted
service at 8:30, will be sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher.
Gertrude Fishman To Be
Bas Mitzvah At Beth Sholom
Friday evening services of
Temple Beth Sholom, 41st Street
and Chase Avenue, Miami Beach,
will be at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will dis-
cuss, American Judaism: Reform
And Or Liberal, in honor of the
anniversaries of Samuel Stephen
Wise and Isaac Mayer Wise.
An Oneg Shabbat in honor of
Jewish Music Month will follow
the service. The Sisterhood
Choral Group, under the direction
of Cantor Samuel Kelemer, will
sing.
Saturday morning services will
be at 10:45 a.m., at the time the
Bas Mitzvah of Gertrude Ann.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Fishman, will take place.
Rabbi Narot Views Laymen
And Religion At Temple Israel
What Prominent Miami Lay-
men Are SayingAnd Not Say-
ingAbout Religion, will be the
subject of a sermon to be given
by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi of
Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th Street,
during Friday evening services at
8:15 o'clock.
The sermon will deal with the
current series of articles written
by leading civic leaders appear-
ing daily in the Miami Herald.
On Saturday morning, the Bar
Mitzvah of Stephen Ramon, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Bren-
ner, will be celebrated. A recep-
tion for the family and congrega-
tion will follow the services.
Rabbi Lehrman To Discuss
Anchors Of Faith At Service
Anchors Of Faith, will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered during Friday evening serv-
ices of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 1701 Washington Avenue,
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at 8:30
p.m.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant, assisted by the Center
Choir under the direction of Rob-
ert Strassburg.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Lehrman
discussing the Weekly Portion.
The Bar Mitzvah of Louis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stern, will
take place at that time.
A Bible class is scheduled for
4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Dr. Swirsky Leads Talmud
Class At Beth El
Friday evening services of the
Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue, will be at 6:15 p.m.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. when Dr.
Shmaiyahu T. Swirsky will
preach on the theme: A Golden
Standard. Cantor Jacob Tambor
will chant the liturgv. The Bar
Mitzvah oi" Marshall Goldberg
will take place during the serv-
ice.
A Talmud class under the di-
rection of Dr. Swirsky is sched-
uled for 5 p.m. Mincha will be at
6:15 p.m.. followed bv Shalos
Seudos.
Welcome Post-Confirmation
Class At Gables Center
Members of the post-confirma-
tion class will be welcomed to the
pulpit by Rabbi Morris A. Skop
during Friday evening services,
8:15 p.m.. of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. 320 Palermo Av-
enue. The Rabbi will discuss:
Great Jews And Their Teachings.
Those welcomed will include
Lois Feldstein, Leslie Gelernter,
Carol Klein, Elaine Strunnin.
Darlene Rice. Ilene Ross. Ronald
Ferdie, Henry Kurtz. Melvin Ko-
ven, Artie Alexander and Mortie
Barancik.
Cantor Irving Robinson will
chant the musical portions as-
sisted by Stephen Kessler, organ-
ist. An Oneg Shabbat sponsored
bv the Sisterhood in honor of the
post-confirmation class will fol-
low.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9:45 a.m., with
Torah Studv and Kiddush follow-
ing.
Mayor Palermo Discusses
Youth At West Miami
Early Friday evening services
of the West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter. 5720 SW 17th Street, will be
at 6 p.m.
During the late services at 8:3fl
p.m.. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
introduce Pete Palermo, Mayor of
West Miami, who will discuss:
Youth Activities. Mr. and Mrs. Al
Papier will be hosts at an Oneg
Shabbat following in honor of
their 10th wedding anniversary.
Saturdav morning services are
scheduled lor 8:30 a.m.. with Rab-
bi Waxman discussing the Week-
ly Portion.
School Children Conduct
Service At Israelite Center
The Israelite Center. 3198 SW
24th Terrace, will hold early Fri-
day evening services at 5:30 p.m.
Children of the Hebrew School
will conduct the late service at
8:30 p.m.. under the direction of
Andrew Kornreich. Guest speak-
er will be Louis Schwartzman. di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. His subject is sched-
uled as: Youth Challenges Us.
Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sugarman in honor of their
wedding anniversary.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Abraham
Sachs discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is scheduled for 5::30
p.m., followed bv Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Abramowitz Views
Origin Of Passover
The Origin Of Passover, will be
the subject of a sermon given by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of the
North Shore Jewish Center, Dick-
ens Avenue and 75th Street, dur-
ing Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.
The Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Law, and Cantor
Leo Urlich will chant the serv-
ices at the Saturday morning
services which will begin at 8:15
a.m. Junior Congregation services
are scheduled for 9:15 a.m.
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening service
Downtown Synagogue" ,?',
8*j Avenue. Miami L 5
uled for 5 p.m. are sch
cha is
lowed by Shalos
Maariv.
conducted at 8:30 am"*.*!
scheduled for 5 p^.Mfj
Seudos '
""1
Reverend Ulrich Scheduled As
Speaker At Zamora Center
The Zamora Jewish Center, 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Reverend Ru-
dolf E. Brill officiating.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
under the sponsorship of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Altman in honor of
their wedding anniversary.
Reverend Edward W. Ulrich. of
the Robertson Memorial Evange-
lical Reform Church, will be
guest speaker. His topic is sched-
uled as: Principals Of the United
World Federalists.
Saturday services are scheduled
to begin at 9 a.m., and will in-
clude junior services.
Rabbi Gross Leads
Service Of Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
lead Friday evening services of
the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th
Street, Miami Beach, at 6:10 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat for children featuring
storytelling, singing and folk
dancing will follow at 3:30 p.m.,
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Yedlin in honor of their
daughter, Anne Grace's birthday.
Mincha will be at 6 p.m., with
Shalos Seudos following.
AZA Leads Service At
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cent]
Late Friday eveninp ri. '
the Flagler-Granada j'ewK
mun.ty Center, 50 NW 51 p,
will be conducted at 8:15 PJ
Reverend Leo Heim W1li n,A
ciate. An Oneg Shabbat ,M
low sponsored by the wi
Group under the direction^
Aaron Shapiro. *
The youth of Chapter 322 A7
of B nai B'rith. will lead the
ice. KI
Saturday morning services,
scheduled for 9 a.m. Dailv
ices are held at 8 a.m.
Prominent Columnist To Sp
At Tifereth Israel Service
. Tifih .Israel N'orthside CerJ
tern North Miami AvenS
will hold late Friday eveninl
services at 8:15 p.m.. with ReveH
end George Goldberg officiating
Guest speaker will be tbl
prominent Washington correspo-'
dent for the Jewish Floridia'a
Milton Friedman, who is sche
uled to discuss: Jewish Youth IJ
Action.
Saturday morning services wl
be at 9 a.m., with Reverend Gold]
berg discussing the Weeklv Po-I
tion.
starts at 5:15 p.m.,
Shalos Seudos.
Shalos Seudos Ends Sabbath
At Beth Tblah Congregation
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.
Rackovsky will lecture on Jewish
History.
Services for Saturday morning
will be at 8:30 a.m. Mincha at 5
Mincha : p.m., will be followed by Sholosh
Miami Hebrew School Servic
To Be Held At 5:30
Friday evening services of thd
Miami Hebrew School and Conl
gregation, 1101 SW 12th Avenue!
will be at 5:30 p.m.
During the Saturdav momma
service, 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Simon-
April will discuss: Strange Gods!
Cantor Berele Kelemer will char.*
the service.
A Mishna class is scheduled forl
5 p.m., followed bv Mincha, Sha-|
los Seudos and Maariv.
followed by
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center Young Israel Synagogue
H,F[idaVMtVeningcSe,Vices,0f th^ The Youn* Israel Synagogue,
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish 4001 Chase Avenue Miami Beach
Community.Center 951 East 4th will conduct Friday eveffiS
Avenue, will be held at 8:30 p.m. ices at 5:15 p.m. An Oreg Shab-
Mr. Max Wecker and Mr. Nate bat will follow. Saturdav morn-
ing services are scheduled "or 9
a.m.
services.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Seudos and Maariv.
Daily morning services are at
7:30 a.m., followed by a class in
Kneseth Israel Congregation Mishnah. Mincha is at 6 p.m., fol-
Kneseth Israel Congregation. lowed by a class in Jewish Laws
1415 Euclid Avenue, will hold I and Customs.
Friday services at 5:30 p.m.
Beth Jacob Religious
Mishnah. Mincha is at'e^p^m^fo'l- Service Begins At 6
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Center.l
13630 West Dixie Highway. willL
hold late Friday evening serviced
at 815 p.m.
Alexander Cohen will chantj
assisted by Irving Jacobs. An|
Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Late Forum and Services will
be at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham
M. Cassel will continue his series.
The Greatest Stories Ever Told.
Cantor Abraham Seif will chant
the liturgy.
Saturday services are at 8:30
Hollywood Jewish Center
,TTh,e Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood. 2030 Polk Street
will hold late Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig and Can-
. A Bible class will be at 4:30. ncria?e0rdeChai Haa'man **" of"
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Friday evening services of the I
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-311
Washington Avenue, will be a: C |
p.m.
Saturday morning services are |
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mesc: eloff wul
discuss: Purifying Ashes Junior 1
Congregation services are at 101
a.m.. under the direction of J>
seph Hurwitz.
Mincha will be at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rab.i
Mescheloff will discuss the Week-
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Dr. Max I. Tendrieh
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PAGE 7 B
Music Festival
prepares Program
Rehearsals for the Jewish
nEfc Festival at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Sunday
2*, March 23rd. are in full
S according to Cantor Sam-
fI Kclcmer, honorary chairman
of the Jewish Music Council.
Judith Youngerman and her
eroup of 8 dancers will perform
, number of wedding dances,
Frehlahs and special Israeli steps
adapted to modern tempo. Miss
Frances Warsowe will render the
musical background for this
eroup and will also accompany
the soloists. Miss Anyuta Melicov,
oianJ=t, '< vice president of the
Miami Music Teachers Associa-
tion and active in the Jewish
Music Council, will also accom-
panv cantors and soloists.
The Cantors' Association Choir
and the Beth Sholem Sisterhood
Choir will then perform with Hy
Fried at the organ. The Hadassah
Choral group will be accompa-
nied bv Madame Olga Bibor
Stern, who for several years has
been associated with this chorus.
Miss Fiances Tarboux is the di-
rector and organist of the Tem-
ple Israel Quartet, also scheduled
for appearance. The Jewish Cen-
ter Choral roup will sing a ca-
pella.
Jean Bedetti, 'cello soloist of
the evening, will have at the
piano Robert Strassburg. execu-
tive secretary of the Music Coun-
Lehrman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Lehrman, formerly of 801 NE
74th Street, will take place Sun-
day, March 16th. at 1 p.m., in
the Jewish Section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mr. Lehrman
is survived by his wife, Rose; a
son, 'Abraham; three daughters,
Mrs. Louis Gibbs, of Tallahassee,
Fla., Mrs. Alvin Cotten, of Lin-
dale, L.I., and Mrs. Sara Trottner,
of Sacramento, California; also
ten grandchildren. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present.
Gables Sisters Hold
Donor Lunch On 18th
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center has com-
pleted final plans for a Third An-
nual Sisterhood Donor Luncheon
to be held on Tuesday afternoon,
March 18th. 12 p.m., at the Vaga-
bond Club.
Mrs. Al Reich, donor chairman,
has announced that a Queen For
The Day will be chosen and will
receive gifts donated by Coral
Gables merchants. Center Presi-
dent Herman Fisher, Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop. spiritual leader, and
Cantor Irving Robinson will be
honored guests at the affair.
The Sisterhood will then turn
orer the deed to a lot on the
west side ol the Center building
recently purchased from funds
raised by its members.
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Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Kaplan, formerly of 1537 Merid-
ian Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, March 16th,
2 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating. Mr. Kaplan
is survived by his wife, Lena;
three daughters, Ann Green,
Shirley Gordon, of Miami, Mrs.
Marv Zack, of Detroit; a brother,
J. Kaplan, Toledo, Ohio; and a
sister, Mrs. Isaac Epstein, of Mi-
ami. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
To Prosecute
Violators Of Ian
Mr. R. E. Henshaw, supervisor
of the Miami Beach division of
the Dade County Health Depart-
ment, together with Rabbis Mos-
es Mescheloff and Joseph Rack-
ovsky, have begun a check of all
kosher hotels, restaurants and
butcher shops on Miami Beach.
Violators of the sanitary code
and kashruth ordinance were
warned that future infractions
will bring stringent prosecution
in the courts.
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ben-
jamin Kaplan, formerly of 909
Euclid Avenue, former owner of
the York Lock and Key Com-
pany, will take place Sunday,
March 16th, 3 p.m., at Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Moses.Mescheloff officiat-
ing. Mr. Kaplan is survived by
his sons, Samuel Irving and Ben;
daughters, Mrs. Bertha Cohen and
Mrs. Eva Kaufman, all of Miami
Beach. Mr. Kaplan was a mem-
ber of Congregation Beth Jacob
and Congregation Beth Tfilah.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
Consumptive Relief
Has Donor Dinner
As the culmination of the year's
work, the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Consumptives'
Relief Society held its seventh
annual Donor Dinner last Sun-
day, in the Morocco Room of the
Casablanca Hotel, Miami Beach.
Chairmen of the affair and
their committees were Mrs. Jerry
Poncher, Donor chairman; Mrs.
Leonard Weiss, co-chairman;
Mrs. David Bendell, Donor treas-
urer; Mrs. Maurey Poncher, Jour-
nal chairman and editor; and Mrs.
Hy Friedman and Mrs. John Lun-
in, reservations and seating ar-
rangements.
Proceeds of the event were ear-
marked for tubercular patients
hospitalized in the non-sectarian
sanitorium in Spivak, Colorado,
as well as those hospitalized in
the tubercular wards of the local
hospitals. Patients in the local
hospitals are visited regulary by
the case chairman of the local
auxiliary, Mrs. Maurey Poncher,
who supplies them with neces-
sities. Mrs. Morris Goluskin is
president of the local auxiliary.
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FRIDAY, MARCH u
i ; trude Fishman
Kadimah Chapter Party
K Chapter, Pio-
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Annual Pu: Masquerade
. Sunday night, March 16th.
3 p.:: at I C> raj Gables Jew-
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Gertrude Fishman
Bas Mitzvah At
Temple Beth Sholom
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Tin* Itiviera Health Resort
FLORIDA'S FINEST
tor
Invalid!Elderly PeopleConvalescentRecovery PatientsAlcoholics
6901 YUMURI STREET. CORAL GABLES
1 H'.nik West of COCO Plum Women's Club
PHONE 87-0078 RATES $60 up
Relaxing at a dinner party in the Delano Hotel's Blue Room,
left) Dr. Stanley Schwartz. County Commissioner Harold Turk,
and Robert L. Schwartz, one of the owners of the Delano, await
their service.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Phone 9-2694-5
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Distributed by || i-<,r;ul' FoOll Co.
1733 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456
LAND 0' SUN 3a*.

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Under the Supervision of
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrus
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
PHONE 5-5537 NOW!
TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS
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+Je*ist>nar*Man
PAGE
I?
LYONS-
txcerptsfrom the Lyons Pen
JFIlTUKt
TRAVEL NOTE: The State of
Bond Drive is searching
foi the prettiest coed for the
Purim Festival at Madison
Square Garden, to be crowned
Queen Estherthe Jewish maid-
en who liberated her people from
the tyrant Haman of ancient Per-
sia The search has narrowed
!o 20 beauties. The winner will
jef a free trip to Israel. The
favorite among the 20 contenders
is Peggy McCarthy of 200 Pavon-
ia Avenue, Jersey City.
THE JINGLER: Dave Binder,
the bandleader and composer, has
become one of the busiest jingle
,mier> in the Radio and TV
field. In the past few months
advertising agencies have used
over 25 of his jingles. His new
career began accidentally ... He
visited a friend at an agency, to
listen to a jingle which was re-
corded for broadcast the next
ng. Binder heard the mel-
ody, that of a popular song, and
reminded the agency-man that
iolated the copyright laws.
His distressed friend asked Bind-
(i i" help him meet the deadline
the next day. That's how his
ngle was born His new-
est one. Holiday Song, has be-
so popular that he's now
writing new lyrics to it for re-
lease as a popular song.
CRIME: At the Algonquin the
other day, Harry Hershfield told
the story of the Russian factory
worker who. at the end of each
day, would leave the place push-
ing a wheelbarrow full of worth-
less straw. The guard at first
would make cursory examina-
tions of the straw, before letting
the Soviet worker pass. Then he
began to make more thorough
inspection of the straw piled atop
the wheelbarrow, but still could
find nothing hidden. After a
month of this the guard finally
stopped the worker, who was
leaving with a wheelbarrow full
of straw, lifted the straw care-
fully and again could find noth-
ing hidden in it.
"Look," said the guard. "I'm
about to be sent to the Urals, be-
cause of something I've done. So
it doesn't matter, and I give you
my word I won't tell. I won't
tell anyone. But I'm curious
what are you stealing?" ... "I
steal," the worker confided,
"wheelbarrows."
OPERA DEPARTMENT: When
Richard Tucker almost had to al-
ter the ending of Carmen because
the stiletto used in killing Car-
men suddenly folded up, the aud-
ience agonized with the tenor's
The FREEDOM of the secret r which our government was
ballot is the corner stone on I founded. Register now. Vote May
ITS GOOD!
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, prom-
inent literary critic and author,
will lead a discussion on the
complete works, poems and
tales, of Rachel Korn tonight,
8 p.m.. in the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum, 25 Washington Aven-
ue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Korn
will then read from her works.
plight. But the most agonized
ones were Tucker's three sons
who had played with the stiletto
in the dressing room, broke the
catch and didn't confess until the
opera was over,
Enjoy it with
preserves
sugar
honey
raw vegetables
salad
berries
fruit
or just as it is
It's custard smooth, easy to digest...
a cultured milk food with no more
colories than milk.
Sunny dtsurvA CfieameAy
2180 N. W. 13th Ave., Miami, Fla.




be sur>c>* o
\Ce
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Colony Concrete Roofing Tile
Concrete Aggregates
Concrete Joists
Cement
Concrete Brick and
Stepping Stones
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Reinforcing Steel
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Millwork
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PAGE 10 B
+Jewish ncrkBan
OBITUARIES
ANNA Kl'SHXEB
f.3. of 124 nt:i Street, Miami Beacli
(!..-.i ..i! March im. Mrs. Kushner la
.. i \ ived b\ hii h is* ind, li..' ry, and
by ;i daughter, Florence, Remains
,v. sent to New v ork C '
i .- and Interment by the Beach Me-
la I C
T'T.KY SHAXBERG
:':. of 81 :ll Abbot) Aven M
i hi h, lie i n P>bruar ttth. She
: gurvlved bj t\\ sona and three
- W.I. '
Chicago, I i. I i and
rhe Mil Rlvei
Services
the Miami
Rabbi Mo***
JAC IB Gi H.VS PEIX
fiS. of 7920 Byn n A nue, Ml im
i dii i on Mali h II He I*
survived bj hia R..... ai
by two brothel -. Lo Ha and a
Remalna were sent t" Sew York Cit>
-i-i i ea srid enl I Ihi
Beach Memorial Chapel.
ANNIE GOLDSTEIN
fcs. ,.f .u; Washington Aven Ml n
Beach, died on February 25th, She
i? survived by her husband, Harry,
ami by three hts. Remalna were sent to Boston,
Mi asachusetts. for aervlces and Inter-
ment by the Miami Beach Riverside
IDA ACKERMAN
7*. of BOO Washington Avenue, died
t her residence on February "Oih.
\ resident here for the past 12 years,
? he is survived by her daUfl Iter, Bl
ir.a. Remalna were sen :> New Vors
i '\ for services an,l Interment by
the Miami Beach Riverside.
DAVID GOLDBERG
71, ilied In a Beach hospital "n reb-
i ,,'\ .'Cth. He Is survived by hi-'
wife. Fannie, an.i by thn e sons
one daughter, Ren :^ were --nt if
I'niontown. Pennsylvania, for aerv-
. and Interment b) the M am
Beach Riverside.
ROBERT I' GLAZER
29, of ,'.: 2n i Tel rai e, Miami
: !.-
..... ived I ) his wiie. Bel:
by t\\, i.. and < daughter, li<
ala leaves one sister. Servl es were
on March 2nd, al the Miami Beach
...:. i iapi I, th Rabbi Ma} i
writs At inn Intel menl
.,. on Mount Sli i mi '
ABRAHAM WEISELBERG
44. of 13...... Ins Avenui tie I in a
Beach hospital on Fel iar> 28th. He
Is survived bj hla wife, Rae, and by
,, sons Ren all ? were bi nl to the
onx, New York, foi services and
Interment by the Miami Beach River-
t ide.
CHARLES KEE1 S
57. of 1723 M ii -' lllea 1>i Ive, died oi
He la Bun Ived b>
his wlfi i son. Leo I a
ii riel Ri alns wei.....il
lo IVtr ilt. M hlgan, foi services
the Miami Bi
-.'ie
': of ; il 3 v.. \a! pain Avenue, dlei"
irv 27th Shi I*
-.. .1 b\ hel Sep -
.... I'. 29th. at Ihl Mi
.i i'- .. ::
ABRAH \M : 'I.I'MAN
,.f h<"- i' liins Avei ue Miami
27th. H<
ur\ Ived i I wlfi Vnna md
son and threi Ii ighti Re-
. u. :. .. Brooklyn, Xe*
v h foi sen es and lntermeal bj
the Miami Bea h Rlversldi
'.
1
JOs-ErH SCHON
,. ... i VI
! I th Me is V. -
i |
i.. weri seiil Detroit. Michi-
gan, for its mem by
'.: ml Bi.. ii Rh erslde
WALTER GERSTEL
of 1121 Indian Ci.-. l : Ive, Miami
Be li '! l br I y 28th. He
:: \ ved by his wife, Brna, ..n , i Remains ft'eri lo New
York Cll ntermenl
1.. tin- Miami Be ich Rlvi rslde
MOLLY KI.AIM \N
on Feb-
.,- 29th Shi : ,.\ed i>> her
\l i. sons and
i a da ugh t era ei sen t to
., id
Bei River-

NATHAN BRAIWSTEIN
i l ; 810 s\v tth Avenui i--- d
Hi 9 t
wife, Lillian Ri ma Ina were
senl to New York Clij ......
: ir thi n Funera

HE1MAN ROSENBERG
:^. ( Hollywood, Florl la, and Si
^ ork i "Ity, died In a Bea< ii hospital
on Februan 2th He ;s survived bj
hla s fi Jennie, > tout sons and one
brother, Remains were sent t,> New
York City for service an.I Interment
b\ tile Mi...-. l'..a.'ll RIveiMd*.
MORRIS PARi'N
I ,,-si.lent here for the paat vears.
,,, 7760 Tatum Waterway, died on
u ,rch Ird, In a local hospital. _"
survived by I"- wife. Minnie, by
son and seven daughters,
, .,. on Mai' h 5th, j
Bea ii Riverside, with
\l, heloff officiating. Interment >
\; ii s nal Ci mi ten-.
PERCY KLEIN
38 ,.f "71" SW .'.li Strei t, (ill d
esldence last day iUfr a
- Hi la survived l,v >>;;
wife, I i' nli and b> one brothi .
Jai Ri ma ns wen .....t **"
York for services nd Intel mem bs
ii.. Mian Rlvi
ESTHER BARBAKOl P
,..; ol -' Hlaleah Drive, Hlaleah,
..,,.. ,i away on March Jrd. In a
local hospital. She is survived t>>
her husban I, Max, bj two -. A
and Nathan, and l" one Bister, Mis.
Katslff She also leaves a granu-
ehllil. Fran ne. Services were <<>
Tuesday, March 1th. at "The Miami
Riverside." with Rahl.i S. T Bwlrsk>
. officiating. Interment was on Mount
N, i... Cemetery.
ROSE MAT!.' IFF
17, Of Til'". I:ith Street. Mia
died on Mauh 1st. Mr
ml Bes h
:i on March 1st Hie Is aurvlved
by her husband, Samuel, two daugh-
ters, "lie s,in anil three sisters. Ke-
,a Woen soot t,t NeW \'^. ..
by the
ters, "tie s.n ana tnree sisters, Re-
mains were sent to New York i"it>
foi services and interment by the
Miami Beach Riverside.
EDWARD ADESON
|. of ',S"i Collins Avenue, tlio.l in a
Miami hospital on March 2nd. He
Is survived by his father, wife, one
son and one dauchter Remain- weri
sent to Plttsfleld, Massachusets, by
the Miami Beach Riverside for serv-
ices and interment.
PEARL I! KLEIN
SO, of r West pi Lido Drive, died In
a Beach hospital on March liid. She
is survived by her hushand. Alf, and
by two sisters. Remains were s.ml
o Washington, D.C.. for services
in.I interment by the Miami Ileach
Rlversl
IDA STRAUSS
::'. ..f l^"" Pennsylvania Avenue, died
March 2nd she is survived by hei
n i. Louis, by one son, iv
ters .r..l two brothers. Remains were
sent to Providence, Rhode Island, by
.,- I interment.
the Miami Beach Riverside foi v-
ISIDORE MARKS
39, ..f 74fl Ocean Drive. Miami Beach,
Hi i n March 3rjJ. H.- is survived bj
his wife, Milrley, and by tine,' I,roth
ers Remains were senl t" Brooklyn,
Ni York, f"r services and interment
!> the Miami Beach Riverside
on
BERTHA REINHOLD
80, of *'"] Crespl Boulevard, died
March 3rd, In a local hospital. She is
...:\.\e.i i.\ two s.,ns .in.i on. daugh-
tei Remains were sent t.. Chicago,
k for services and Interment by
he Miami Beach Riverside.
UKuRiiE miRl'MAN
39 died "ii March Srd, In s Beai li
!<.! He is survived hy his wife,
Pauline, by one son anl one ilauBh-
ter. Remalna were sent t,> New York
City foi services and Interment by
the Miami Beach Riverside.
BEN COHEN
'.:. of HIS Euclid Avenue,
Beai h, died on March 4th.
survived by his wlf
daughters, one
'hrei hers.
Brooklyn. N
Miami
He is
Sarah, by two
son. five s stei s and
Ri mains were sent
York, for services
by the Miami Beach
and Inti
Rlvi
ANNE TILLINGER
4'.. of 20S4 SW nth Terrace, died at
her home sh.- is survived by her
husband, Benjamin, a son, Gerald, >
ter, Joan Hannah, and one sis-
ter. Shi als" leaves a grandi hlld
Services wen at the Gordon Funeral
I with Rabbi Simon April "f-
: ng Interment was on Mount
Mn.ii Cemetery.
DAii OOUBlE
1st oa 2na *OS
Ml OOuMt CUm 1 W
CE'.ERAL AOsirSSlOSI
Jl 25
CLUBHOOSf V M
,auOMc luts
at siivici
IIICT TO CSTII
IM1 \
.N0ITN Of MIAMI ON 0. S. NI0NWAY NO. I AT NAllANOAlt .
EPWARK WOLF
-S ,,f (>'." SW Ith Street, died here
on March 4th. He is survive.i by his
wife. Adelle, his son. Steven, and
dauKhter. Myrna. He also leaves his
mother, Fanny, and sister. Thelma.
Services were at "The Miami River
side." with interment at Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
ETTA COOPER
Tt", of 2*95 SW -'1st Street, died on
Saturday, she Is survived by her
husband, Harris, two sons and three
daughters, imludine Minnie and Lil-
lian, of Miami. Remains were sent to
Boston. Massachusetts, for services
and interment by the Gordon Funeral
Home,
BENJAMIN G< ILDBERGER
7.". of Hollywood, Florida, passed away
on March 5th. in a local hospital. He
Is survived by two sons. I.ou ami
Henry, and hy a daughter, Anna. Ser-
vices were last Friday in the Wright
Funeral Home under the direction
of "The Miami Riverside." Interment
.i~ ,n New York City.
flabbl Joseph E. RackoTaky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
And Be Surs Ot
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"MUk Product*"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. 8nappsr Creak
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HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOi SOT. COKVAUscriK,
*hd omoiiic uju
Ji-ORlQ^
Holland
HONEY CAKE
? Delicious Heatthiut
GOOD FOR YOU EAT IT REGULARLY!
No sugar, no fat, no syr-
up added. Made of mild
Michigan honey, butter-
milk and rye flour.
Ask for it. TODAY at
your grocery or health
food store.
Distributed by
COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO.
1717 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Fla.
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVE. MB.
Phone for Reservations5-6651 5-4907
Air Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnet
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201
(pomplete and S^ependalJe o7i//e oeMrkt
M
IAMI TITLE
& Obstruct Co.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies ol
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus A Reserve*
Exceed ^2,000,000.00
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
The difference between Wishing and Having is an
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PPjpAY, MARCH 14. 1952
-Jenisli nor Mian
PAGE 11-B
LEGAI- NOTICE
~^CE NUANMDIRLA^CT,T'OUS
,> is HEREBY GIVEN thai
K ,i. desli Ins t" engagi In
,he fictitious name of
IBLISHING COMPA,
H uhlngton Avenue, Ml-
i Ida, Intends t" reg-
:, with the Clerk of the
. oi Dade County, Flor-
SIDNLY ZUCKER
i iR ri:
.- in. v Zucker
I !

vOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
- CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVFMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147811
m \ i i:ii:i.i.". Plaintiff,

v

i
MAUR1ELLO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VRRNCE MAURIEI.LO
he Ine Morello
. Manhattan Avenue,
n, Sew York, N. V.
erebj notified thai a i mi
for Divorce haa been
: \,iii. and yon are re-
ervi a copy "7 your Ana-
ding i" the Hill "f <-oni-
the plaintlffa Attorney,
Ed slIEINER. SOS Roper Building.
... i ioi Ida, and file.the original
Pleading In the office of
k ,.; the circuit Couri I'll or
ii.i day of April. 1AS2 n
... bo, judgment by default
.. n amilnst you for the re-
led hi the BUI of Com-
VND ORDERED al Miami.

.1 day of March. AD.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcuil Court,
i >ade County, Florida
i ..: Seal)
Hi WM W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
SHEINER
Rulldlng
i
fi t If f

IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 136873-B
w :>: iil'FI ET, INC .
ratli n, Plaintiff,
iXHE PROPERTIES. INC.,
i on, and
i '.: I efendanta,
NOTICE OF SALE
- HEREBY GIVEN thai
lue of, and purauanl
i' nal l lecree of fore-
n de a. i n
I l< Marshall C. w -
.i idgi b of the above
:, that certain cause
ending herein EXi "HANi IE
"ET. l.\i'., a Florida corporation,
i nd EXCHANGE PROP-
'S inc., .i Florida corporation,
i rrv BLOOM, are defendants,
n.ii .is special Master ap-
....: decree, will offer for
ell to the highest hiddi r for
the south front d..... "f
' irthouse in the County of Dade,
I Miami, and state of Florida,
7th day of April, MSS. the
a Leal wiles dav and
Ihe legal hours of sale, the
- scribed property, situate.
being in the County of
1 ml State of Florida, to-Wit:
A of the restaurant equip-
and kitchen equipment
talned In the premises
known .is numbers 110 N. E.
I Street and tit N E
il Street, in Miami. Dade
nty, Florida, lncitKiing the
following restaurant and
kiti hen equipment, to-wlt:
Ni on signs
-..a
si nli Knlghl soda fountain, 12'
; on epower (Compressor
steel refrigerated salad-
unll itit '< horsepower
.....iplete
astei loasten
il waffle machine
talnles* steel lunch
im leather upholstered
tablet nd plastic uphol-
ounge i.....ihs. |8.........orth
n li i and back bar
fountain
sti el set vice counter and
Il el Walled Shelves
steel steam table
i 'i range
i rylator
i Broiler
ooti worktop table V
Refrigerator, m cubic foot
horsepower compressor
al dishwashing machine
metal sink, dralnboarda
n refrigerator box 6x6
ien hood
fan
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned,
ler the flctltli
'.I ^ MOTi >RS, s w m
Street, M intt-i
,
the i ii. mi Co irt of Dade i
i' tot Ida.
A W SI Hi STAK
s. il, ov
SANFORD M. SWERDUN
Attorm luy
>41 S< .bold lilflg,
i
I 7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE 1-' HEREBY GIVEN II
gas
business undi i the fictitious na
MIAMI HAND ARTS, \ Mi-
ami Avenue, Ml in I, Fl.
to rngisti ill, (he i
of Hi,, i -ii of I lade C
Florida.
g AND .1 DISTRIBUTING < i
By: LOCIS CEUAN
President
ALAN MARCUS
retary
2 22-29 n 7-H
1 si
:.
'Per and mixer #sr,54f>9
I cash resistor r41 776 40
' I milk machine Hamilton
h #33
811,
1! machine (Hobart) *2769
block
,; bage cans
Large hanging scale
- '-"v.- standing fans 26". 3 blade
'ake stainless steel stands
-. show cases
"in dispensers
|ana split holders and sundaies
'win stainless steel coffee urn
"fan Pans for dirty dishes
cabinet!
'*nes and silverware, pots, pans
i a -.ii oilier mlscelUuieoui equlp-
pertalnlng to a restaurant
., '.......milt it, a lesi.iuiaiii
water boiler m basement,
r with the lease of the
en ami restaurant premie.
Jove addressps. which lease is
' assigned to th.- Mortgagee
["thei security hereundei
[ with all operational i
1 the good win and trade
ol the restaurant known and
d as the Bxchange Buffel
Shop;
With all
and
the
, singular .
nts, heredlumenta and appur-
- thereto l.elonging or i" any-
ertalnlng.
' ed thin :|i,| ,iiiv ,,f Mlir,.h. lr.2.
Louis .i hamel
AP,.v,.,___ Special Master
unSffiRSP & ARuN(,VITZ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY.
No. 147496
GERTRCDE C. GUMBERG,
Plaintiff.
vs.
IRVING GUMRERG a k a
ISADORE RrMIIBIMi, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, IRVING (it'MHERG a k a
IBADORE GUMBERG, i 0 S L. BAR-
KA8, 147-43 38th Avenue. Flushing,
Long Island. New York, are required
to serve a copy of your Answer !
the Hill of Complaint for Divot..
Plaintiff's Solicitor and file the orig-
inal in the (iffi, > of the Clerk ..f this
Court on or before March 20, 1952:
otherwise, i Decree Pro Confeaao will
he entered against you.
DATED: February 19, 1951.
E. B, LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
[Seal)
By R II RICE, JR.
Deputy clerk
MAI.VIM ENGLANDER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
til Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3 22-29 J/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai

ime of
l."V\l. JEWELERS,
Miami A vet the Cil nl
.
the t ,
L>ai
Ida. this S
: I
> i. AR
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: E Is- HERE :

VPARTMEXTf
ter said th the Clerk
FRANK EISMAN
MAE EISMAN
M \X" R. SILVER
Attorm :
922 Se I ..:i Bulldini
'
.: 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14752/
JACK LIEBERMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MOLLY LIEBERMAN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. MOLL1E LIEBERMAN
Hartford Apartment!
15 No, Hartford Avenue
Atlantic city. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Pill
,.f 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. A.
J KAPLAN. Attorney, 350 Lincoln.
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Asnwer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th day of
March. 1952. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of February,
A.D. IMS. .,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Sea 11
By R 11. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
A. .1. KAPLAN. Eaq
Kaplan. Diets .; I.asky
:'..". Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attornev for Plaintiff
., jo.29 :i 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14760C
1RMA ADAM8, Plaintiff.
vs.
WILLIAM ADAMS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM ADAMfa
10603 Jamaica Avenue
Uueens, Long Island. New York
You. WILI.il.AM ADAMS. .... here-
by notified tliat a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
von. and you are required to serve b
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. George J. Talianoff U
Lincoln Road. -Miami Beach, Morlda.
and file the original Answer or PJeaa-
ing in the office of the < lerlt of we
Circuit Court en or before the .(.th
day of March. INS. if >ou fall to do
so. Judgment bj default will be taken
against vim for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of February.
A.D. 1952. e ^ WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court S.,,,1 jR_
Deputy Clerk
George J. Talianoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
2/29 3/7-11-21________^^^^
*"*t Don't
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the un.l. i siuiu-.I.-desiring to engl
business undef the fe,".""-. ""''.vf
BUSINESS I INANCIERS, at W W.
Flaaler Street, Miami. Ha.. Intends
name with the i lerk
; ;:',,-nt Court of Da.i- County,
KI"ll'L' IRA II. S.-1ULMAN
2/29 7-ll--'t ^^^^____.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagt in
business under the flctit oils name of
THE LINEN CENTHR or MIAMI, at
137 and 13H West Haglcr St. Miami.
Ta. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
D^e County. HWlda.N ^ EHRENS
I/2 t/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ndi .: ned, desiring to ei gage In
fler the flct 11 ious name of
WIE1 >ER BRi IS. c i., a| 8104 H I Hxle
South Ml ml, !".. .
reglsi e with the i
of the Circuit C .f 1 "adi County,

li VRRY WIEDER
S.\M WIEDER
BERNARD IVIE

;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147520
HELEN THERESEA BERLIN8KI.
Plaintiff,
-
STEPHEN BERLINSKI,
i fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T( l: STEPHEN BERLINSKI
::. M. Lane 8
Dil Pi inia
YOU a-.e requ red
of ) i ui Ansa. i t,. the B
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
' ind to file the original Ans-
th. i Iffice of the Clei k ..f the
ill Ci irt, on or before the -itii
M ii. 1952: otli.-iu is.- the Bill
ii herein will be taken
fessed by you.
DATED al Miami. Florida, this J Ith
day i : Pel uary, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
k, Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Si '.
By: R. II. RICE. JR.
i ii puty Clerk
MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney
. !. oln Road Building
I '. ach, l- '.i it Ida
J 22-29 3 7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS II EREIIY (!1 IN tl U| til
-.. .
p of
BRILLIANT CLEANERS & LAUN-
1 >RY, al 2 la West 1
reglst. i name
Cnurl
..:' I adi Ida.
HARRY WEISMAN
STEPHEN '' KESSLER
A.....ey foi Applicant
. SI
:. 7-: 1-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni .TICK is HEREKY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
bui ness under the fictitious name of
IDEAL HARDWARE AND BUILD-
ERS' SUPPLY, at 421 Ponce De
Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables Flor-
ida, intends t.. register a '! name
with the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BENNE OITTLEMAN
DAVID P. CAT8MAN
Attorney for id,-..I Hardware
i Builders' Supply
3 7-14-21-2S
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 19580
RE: ESTATE I F
LEO MACHTEI, I><.....ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni iTIi i: hi ebs given i hal I ha%'i
eporl
tor of
the estati of LEi I MACHTEI. il,
ed at 'i thai on the itii. d
March, 197,2, I will applj to I i Ho -
W. \ BLANTl IN, Counl
.1 idge "i l >ade i "ounty, I d
i of -..i'l '
Admlnlsl
.. of LEO MACHTEI,

This 15th day of February, I i
S M. MACHTEI
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
At ton Vdmlnlstrator
2 22-29 3 7-11
IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 147511
FLORENCE M. RENN, Plaintiff,
vs.
i IR IVER C. RENN, I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: a ROVER C. RENN
ir.tli Streel
Astoria, Long Island, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce lias
been filed against you, and you are
hi reby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the complaint on
plaintiff! attorney. LEONARD L,
KIMBALL, 828 N E 2nd Avenue.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before March
15th. IM2. In default of which the
complaint will be taken as confessed
against you. .
Dat.,1 this 20th day of February.
E. P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
I lade County, Florida
By WM W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
I jj.29 7 11
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2527S
RE: ESTATE I >F
ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN.
I. ,< as. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herebs given thai I have
filed ms final report and i on :
Final I >lsi harge R Adminlstrati x ol
Mate of ABRAHAM N. GOOD;
MAN di "{1 ''-
Man h, 1952, I will apply to
the 11 W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Di de Counl I
nroval of said final repoi I and
for final dlscharg. as Adralnlstratrlji
of the Estate of ABRAHAM N.
c;. .1 'l ..MAN. deci.
This totfa daj ol r>br,ur>A}?"vT'
LILLIAN GOODMAN
IRVING CYPEN, Esquire
VttorneV for Administratrix
' 22-29 :' T-M _______~_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MERELY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EVTWELL RESTAURANT, at 909
North Miami Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said namo
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade '-'^Rk'wEINBECK
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Mark Weinbeck
I j:'-:1:' 3 7-14 _______^^
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50737
Notice Is hereby given that M. Har-
kinv holder as assignee of City of
Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered
7M, dated the fith day of June, A.D.
IMS, has filed said Certificate in my
office, and has mad! application for
imx deed to issue thereon in accora-
,,p- ltli law. said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated iii Dade County. Flor-
* 24. Orchard Villa Trot
I .,: Booh t, Pag! 14, in the City Of
Miaail, County ol Dade, Bute ot
The assessment of said property
under the Certifl ati Iss ted was m
the name of Unknown.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
ar to law. tax deed
thereon on the 26th day ol
Man ii. ad. IMI ,
Dated this lsth day of February.
A.D. 19-. R i.KATlIKr.MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)_____^^..^
By N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
2/22-29 t/7-14-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50766
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Kettle Meyer, holder ai assignee of
idei Drainage District Tax
Bali i nu bered 2204 and
tltS, dated the :t:h dav of May, A.D.
1948, has filed said certificates in my
office, and haa made application for
tax deed to issue thereon In a.......I-
ance with law. Bald certificate! em-
brace the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, state
of Florida, to I
Lot 15, Bloi k 94, ".cil Gables R .
lera Sec Part 2, Plal Book 2R, Page
18, located In Dad. County, State
I !'lot Ida, a- mbi. '-.l in Certlfl-
. ate Ni i 2201 Th ent of
sa d pro] erty under thi -....I i
! the nai i
Ol R I' ihi rtj Et Al.
Lots IS & 16, Rio k : l.tSouth Miami
Vddn H. Plnl Book 23,
Pag. : '. 'ounty,
State of Floi Ida, :.s embraced In
Cei tlfl. ate No 4::".. Thi as '
mi under the
was In the
f R, Itj I >. i, ingi ^ Bali -
i >rP'
Unless said be re-
law, tax deed
will is- I.- thereon on the 26th day of
March. A.D li'52.
Dated this lPtii day of February,
A.D. 1952.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
Bj N C. STERRETT.
Deputy clerk.
(Circuit Court S.-all
2,22-29 1.7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2589,
In Re: ESTATE I IF
ll.MMI HA1MOVITZ, also knowi -
I1AI.MI HAi.Mi .WIT/.. I'.....ased
To ah Ci edltoi and All Pet son- 11
Ing Claims or Demands Against
.-.ini Estate:
You, and u h of you. are hi i
! and required to present anj
claims and demands which you.
either of you, may have against thi
estate of HAI.MI HA1MOVITZ, aim
known as HAI.MI HAIMOWITZ. de-
...I late of Dade County. I-1"' ids
to the "on. W F BLANTON. Count'
Judge "f Dade County, and fl
same In his office In the C
Courthouse In Dad.- County. Floclda.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here
Bald claims or demands t"
tain the legal address ..f the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, ot same will be barred.
Dat< February ttnd, AD.. 1952..____
- HENRIETTA HAIMOVl ITZ
As Administratrix C.T A ol
the Estate of
MAIM I HA1MOVITZ,
also Know u ..s
HAI.MI HAIMOWITZ.
Dei isi
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Vdmlnlstratrlx C.T.A.
t :: :: 7-14-21
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19452
RE: E8TATE OF
QUEENIE STELLA MACHTEI.
I......ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I have
filed my final reporl and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
. it |t< of QUEENIE STELLA
MACHTEI deceased; and that on the
17th dav of March, 18*2, i win apply
to the Honorable w. F BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
i.i.i ,for approval of s.. id flm
nnd for final discharge Adminis-
trator of the estati of Ql EENIE
STELLA MA( "HTEI. di asi !
T 16th .i..v of Feb tat j, I9.">2
s s M. MACHTEI
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
\ rneya for Admlnlsl i ator
2 22-29 :t 7-11

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 147616
I \ck n VMSER, Plaintiff,
OR \c'i: c, VMSER I 'efi i dai I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[RACE 11VMSER
. "2nd Avenue
Forest Hills, Long Island,
Ni York
You l IRA" 'E IAMSER, an
notified that a Rill of Complaint
Divorce has been filed again
and you are required to set ve ..
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI Of Complaint on th" pl
attorneys, Myers, lleiman *.- Kaplan.
150 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or I'lea'i
ing in the office of the Clerk ..f the
Circuit court on or before the 24tn
das of March. 1862. if you f-ui to d
SO, judgment by default will 1 I
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED af Mil
Mori,la. this 22nd day of Febnu
' E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal) ,..,.-,,
By WM W STOCKING.
I.. puty Clerk
| ;;: ] 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the> undersigned, desiring to engage In
under th,- fictitious Hal
MICHAEL'S OF MIAMI, al Miami,
i, ., .- .., i lorida, intends to ri -
,l name with the Clerk ot the
circuit Court of I lade County, I
MICHAEL ROSENTHAL
MARX M I AI'KI:
ant
B------ Building
Mi inn, Floi Ida
2 29 :: '-' 1-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148113
ANN SLEN8BY, Plaintiff,
\ I.
JOSEPH BIRCH SLENSBY.
I defendant.
TO: JOSEPH BIRCH si.i.nsHY.
Hilton Hall, 87 Hilton Avenue.
Oai den City, Long island.
New Yolk
YOU are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to. file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or hefore the 14th day of
April. A.D. 1952: otherwise, the BUI
,.( Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed hv you.
Dated nt- Miami. Florida, this the
12th day of March. 1W2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv: G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
}M3 .-M-vhold Building
Miami. Florida.
:i 14-11-28"r 4 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
... signed, desiring to i ngage In
- under the fictitious name ot
\.\NE s MARKET, at 1S44 N, V\ Jrd
venue. Miami. Florida, Intends
register said name with the clerk ..r
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
K:":i'1'' CHRISTIAN REICHERT
1UTNER A Hl'TNER
Attorney! for Anne'l Muket
2 29 3 7-14-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Isrwlsh Floridian so-
licits you1 logal notices.
W apprsdats your
portronage and auaran-
ts> accurate servlc* at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger service.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
y v^ggr
IS N. C. Ind ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.


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