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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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^LUMET5-Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Metropolitan Drive On Way
As Total Reaches $890,892
Mrs. Epstein Talks At Combined Appeal Dr. Abram Sachar
Division Report Meeting; Tallies Told Speaks Monday
Moses Epstein. Zionist
leader ;.nd former national presi-
cer.t of Hadassah. was Drincipal
cpeakev at the second Metropol-
Division Report Meeting in
be'-alf of the Combined Jewish
\oDn\ last night, held in the -
Masonic Hall. 10th Street and
Alton Road. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Murray Grossman, former
southeastern regional president,
and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, region-
al director, headed a reception
committee to welcome the inter-
nationally known humanitarian.
Announcement of Mrs. Ep-
stein's appearance in the Greater
Miami area was made earlier in
the week by Fred K. Shochet,
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal's Metropolitan Division,
who presided at the Progress Re-
port Meeting.
More than 600 Metropolitan
workers heard Mrs. Epstein and
participated in the program. Re-
ports of the door-to-door solici-
tation begun on Sunday morning
were also made. Figures announc-
ed at Tuesday's Report Meet-
ing by Chairman Shochet were
added to the latest tally. The
$26573 Tuesday total found Area
chairmen report increases in the
seven geographical divisions of
the county with the Coral Gables
Area, under the direction of
Naphtali A. Weidberg, showing
the greatest percentage of in-
crease over other groups.
Reports were given by Irving
Saal. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, Weidberg and
Ber Clein.
A total of $890,892 has been at-
tained in the General Campaign
which includes Trades, Hotels,
Winter Residents and Women's
Division. All units showed in-
creases over amounts raised in
1951. The total goal in the Great-
peal is Sl.477,658.
The guest speaker of the Thurs-
day affair served as national
idem of Hadassah from 1937
to 1931). having advanced to the
top position following many years |
i vice in the organization as .
tional secretary and national
vice president.
Mrs. Moses Epstein
the Action Committee. Mrs. Ep-
stein has made several trips to
Israel and is noted for her obser-
vations of social and economic
conditions of-the New State.
She taught English before her
marriage and is a graduate of
Hunter College, New York City.
Metropolitan Division leaders
Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Fran-
ces Makovsky, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs.
Benjamin Miller, Irving Saal, Ben
Clein, Leonard Kalish. Naphtali
A. Weidberg, William Kneapler.
Jimmy Kopelowitz, and George J.
Talianoff, comprised the hospital-
ity commjttee.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
of Brandeis University and na-
tionally known author and lec-
turer, will address Metropolitan
! Division workers of the Combined
Jewish Appeal at their third re-
| port meeting on Monday, March
; 24th, 8 p.m.. at the Masonic Hall,
\ 10th Street and Alton Road.
Reports from Metropolitan
Workers on their progress in the
current door-to-door phase of the
campaign will be submitted, and
Metropolitan Chairman Fred K.
Shochet will announce area totals
up to that date.
i Dr. Sachar, a former resident
of Miami Beach, was the national
| director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
] Foundations and is the author of
i several volumes on the history of
i the Jews. His lecture appearances
in Greater Miami attracted rec-
ord audiences. More than 500 per-
sons are expected to attend the
Report Meeting.
Paying right on time. Israel lest weak made the first PP?|
payment of loans totalling $135,000,000 which he Jewish State
received from the Export-Import Bank. Her.. **&%&?*
dor to the US. Abba Eban. hands a check for $2,953,063.47 to
Herbert E. Gaston. chairman of the bank's board in Washington
The sum was spW between a reoayment of SM58.351 on loans
receive" by Israel from the bank and $1,494 722.47 serm-annua
interest payment on thee* loans. (American, Jewish Press Photo)
Israeli Police
Alerted For Riots
TEL AVIV (JTA) Police
here were preparing measures to
.meet possible disturbances by op-
position parties when the nego-
tiations for reparation with Ger-
many begin. The police action
followed a rally here Sunday
night at which 200 Communists
denounced the negotiations with
West Germany, and Herut prep-
arations for a huge anti-govern-
ment demonstration on the day
the Israeli-German talks begin.
American Jewish Committee Founds
44th Chapter Here; Dr. Slawson Speaks
Prejudice is a disease of the personality and is susceptible to
cure Dr John Slawson. executive vice president of the American
? Jewish Committee told a group of Jewish leaders; at a dinner meet-
ing last week held in the Delano Hotel, where the 44th Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee was organized.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer was elected president and Ben F. Dan
baum, chairman of the Executive
Israel Delegation Meets Reparations
Representatives; Rock Seeks Indemnity
________., -r-^_ t___i; rrmcirWahle number of our gov-
Committee. Other ofiicers are
Judge Bernard Frank, vice pres-
Warning against apathy, fear
and discouragement. Dr. Slaw-
Judge Bernaro. rraim, -= "-> ----- --------- ~ .
ident; Gerald J. Lewis, treasur- < SOn observed that human reia-
er; and Arthur Friedman, secre- ; tJons programs "do not neces-
tary. | sarilv show immediate results
"Like all diseases," Dr Slaw- h are designed to alter
^te^^^^^-'h*^- s-rsas m
ures which can either alleviate make discreditable incidents im-
or eliminate it. Just as your city possible.
must have a health department -However, any workable inter-
to prevent disease and epidemic. I gr0up program." he cautioned,
so also must your city have a -musi also anticipate and fore-
LONDON (JTA)The Israeli
delegation to the German repar-
ations negotiations began meeting
here Monday with representatives
of the Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany
on final plans for coordination
between the two groups wnlcn
will soon enter into separate ne-
gotiations with the Bonn Govern-
ment. Although the composition
considerable number of our gov-
erning body felt that our organ-
ization should not approach the
German Government directly.
The memorandum stipulated,
however, that the Union does not
wish to interfere with or dis-
associate" itself from claims made
on behalf of Jews generally, but
only to add the claim of the re-
sound program of human rela-
tions to prevent prejudice and
disorder based on prejudice.'
Commenting on Miami's recent
stall emergency problems that a-
rise from group tensions.
He praised the proposed Dade
Countv Council's plan "to achieve
S rrtlvS her term of presi- I ment AJthogh the -nf ggj > j^h the
? ^JSKLMKHS Confer^ Has no(yet b^ set. Unjm *g~*S*^ji
oe SJfiftgggg OT beyrence,he *
no Jewish political figure would Preference
ation to the World Zionist
ss session in Zurich and
a, Switzerland. Following
tirement from the presi-
she became president of
an and Scope Committee.
. In 1948, Mrs. Epstein appeared
>n the Miami area in her official
capacity as advisor to the South-
astern regional group and ad-
' 1 the conference convened
at that time.
the summer of 1951, she at-
ed the 23rd World Zionist
ess in Jerusalem as an of-
ia] delegate of Hadassah and
ved since as a member of
for affiliation
participate in the talks.
The World Union for Progres-
sive Judaism today submitted to
th United Nations a reguest that
it bring a claim for restitutiorifor
the Union before the West Ger-
man Government. The memoran- jorney -' f'm'leg of an
dum sa.d that the request was for Pa. is; on u ^ ^
put to the UN "because> we d l^'XX Mendelssohn family.
art: vtt& s& Srvasaae sasa
la^^er^ny^^g^^WwWh the Nazi, stole.
a
with
Liberal Judaism and that two
Liberal Jewish religious organiza-
tions were associated with the
World Union for Progressive Jud-
aism.
Meanwhile, a New York At-
torney. Lillian D. Rock, left here
bo^bin'^raids ralreUglous'cen- This'"through police education,
ters and property of minority > through assistance and guidance
group members. Dr. Slawson said to groups working in corr.mun-
that these incidents reflected a ity relations and housing, through
deeD-seated maladjustment of the support of improved health f.i-
personalitv and that an effective ci,ities. through couragement
treatment program was vitally of equal employment oppoitun-
neeessaiv. P ities. and through development
He cited as most heartening in of equal educational and recrea-
this regard the community-wide t.onal facilities,
effort to better relations between -I am certain Dr. biawson
racial and religious groups that concluded, "that the community s
is underwav in the recent forma- determination, to rid itself of tnis
t'ion of the proposed Dade County dreadful disease of prejudice
Council on Community Relations, whose manifestations have been
as well as the unusually large at- publicized throughout the woi Id,
tendance of the Dade County In- will bear fruit, if the human re-
tercroup Education Institute. lations programs now getting un-
it Slawson added that "such derway are conducted on a pcr-
ErS^u'Su^ rnd search [ sisten, .n.lhgent -
Shown ,h. h^d table durin, Is* *****J**33&JF^**
Emil Gould. WilUam Kneapler. Ben CDein. Mr*. Milton ****"% Ir;ina Saal.
Mr,. Carl Weinkle. Naphtali A. Weidberg. Mrs. FrancHt Maico*T.
Ada Josephs.
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PAGE 2 A
*Jewisii fk>ridian_
Rabbi Miller Views Enemies Of Israel's
Future At Metropolitan Unit Breakfast
Addressing the Kick-Off Breakfast of the 1952 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal I isl S irning at the Miami Bi>a.-h M isoi Hall,
Rabbi hv;ng Mill r. oi t! e Congregation Sons of Israel, Woodmere,
New York, declared tl I [sra I is currently fighting a third war
a war -,< mk- ir.r:i p, ndl I Ce,
Speaking before an enthusiastic rally of nearly 400 volunteer
workers. Ratbi Miller, former
TODAY. MARCH 21
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress and outstanding
Zionist leader, told his audi-
ence that Israel has perform-
ed the miraculous during the
past three years, opening its
doors to more than 750.000 man.
women and children from war-
torn Europe and the Middle
East.
"Everything we have won in
the first battle for independence
in 1947. and in the battle for
Mrs. Benjamin Miller; and Hia-
leah-Miami Sprii gs, William
: Kneapler.
Campaign Chairman Carl
Weinkle urged workers to dedi-
cate the next four weeks "to
the Appeal to collect the
Life Dollars from the Greater
Miami community that would
k-jep open the local welfare and
health institutions."
A musical comedy skit entitled
Appealingly Yours was present-
political independence in 1948. is cd. featuring members of the
:n jeopardy now. Miller declai- ] Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ed. Israel must balance its econ- ity Center dramatic groups. The
omy so tnat n will not be at the production was written and di-
mercy of outside political pies- rected bv Mrs. Sylvia Chertkoi.
sures. The Arab states have not with the assistance of Bernard
and even now Segal, activities director of the
Is talk Oi a second round. Center
m I do not b lii v< t y will i
ngage Israi I .: the military
level."' Miller stated.
Academy Students Hold JNF Assembly
Students of tin' Hebrew Acad- principal of the A j,mv will hold a special JNF as- will address the n. ly' '
icss the puniU n
Importance Of The K h\
The Hebrew .v "(n'lne Of
M^v SSSSi
senibly today in the Academy
Auditorium at 2:30 cm.
Pupils will present a check of
$1,500 fort purchase of a grove I Israel, Mrs. Joshua Stadia
consisting of 1.000 trees to" Rubbi ; instructor in the aJkIiitiv a
Moses Mescheloff, chairman of i chairman of the jnk
the Jewish National Fund Coun-j school, and Mr Isidore n-i*
,il i the Greater Miami Area, j vict, p,,,;1(l,,u ?f Seven children will receive spe-1.. *, UK Ar-adcim
cial awards for their outstanding and dn official ol the JNF, Brie
work on hchalf of the recent JNF i talks will then be delivered
drive conducted by pupils of the | Ann Grace Yedlin Marti.
dro:'. James Dublin, Ann Grace
Yedlin. Joseph Lauer and Jerry
Rabinowitz.
Participating in the Assembly
Daniel Broad, officers of the JKF|
Council, will be guests of honor I
The Hebrew Academy rjhoirl
will finally render Israeli songs|
will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, in honor of the occasion
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He pointed out that Egyptian
statesmen have openly declared
their nation is in no hurry to
make a permancrt peace and
th=i they have immenss pati-
ence and plan to utilize it.
wailing for Israel's economic
collapse.
Metropolitan Chairman Fred
Shechef announced a series of
Progress Report meetings for
the 7 areas, all to be held at
the Miami Beach Masonic Hall.
10th ar.d Alton Road. 8 p.m.. on
March 18th. 20th. 24th. 27th.
and 31st.- The Victory meeting
has been set for April 2nd.
Jack Ablin, co-chairn
nts" Divis
'
Thompsoi ,
the
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Si Si nt 1
i Isi order
' .. This
''F: iend niragi

Slate Zionist Meet
For Orlando In April
All Zionist Districts in the
"' Arabian peopl. si te I Florida will hold I
four coun- annual conference in Orlando on
:v If were-April 201 at i rding to tin an-
en .; I there nouncement of Irving Abramo-
I v tr Ur te I Stati
Callinq ths Metropolitan Di-
vision Door-lo-Door volunteers
"messengers" for more than 40
agencies in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, he urged the group
to go into the community for
the "free dollars" which have
saved Israel since its inception
and will row fortify it against
external pressures.
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HOMECOMING. It is journey's
end for this immigrant mother
and her baby as they set foot
on the Mil of Israel. In 1952,
at least 120.000 newcomers will
t'a brought to Israel from Mos-
lem lands and Eastern Europe
with the aid of the United Jew-
ish Appeal campaign. Funds
provided by UJA to United Is-
rael Appeal one of UJA's
three constituent agencies
will aid tha newcomers sink
roots in the economy and life
cf Israel and become produc-
tive and useful citizens. UJA
supports the Urited Israel Ap-
Joint Distribution Corn-
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' Americans.
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and Abe Redelheim, Zionist Or-
ganization of America Member- !
ship ilu.iiir.au. are scheduled to j
speak. '
A panel discussion and somin-
Sholem Lodge Members
Hear Judge Allen Today
Lodge B'nai B'rith
mei ting will be
I today :. n, in the main
: The Robert Clay
i:
Judge Wayne Allen, who is on'
nch for the County Court j
: Crimes, will address the group. !
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tice.
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+Jewisti fkrkttan
PAGE 3 A
17/ Say...
. nnte- Mr. Simonhojf is currently in India.
,Ed n as"future articles written by him, comes to
\W$Wh r|,,rid inn by Overseas Airmail.)
UfJ"f1(,.nn{; kaleidoscope of color strikes the eye
A bcwiW" "^.ough the cftieSi towns and Vll)ages of
las one drlV" ,.nding bazaar seems to be churning the
IIndia. A^ of headgear, from the multi-colored
1 streets. Varit'd fezzes, the white Ganhi caps, the black
Wrba1SinH Aneoras, to the European hats denote the Mnt1AMMFnAN cone-shapci Ang h jostle each other ln MOHAMMtUANi,
'.inns rellP"'ns ana.!-'__.. v* V,^ ic littla nn Ahnnt 4 vpars
THE TOLERANCE OF INDIA
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
Buddhism, which is established in Ceylon, Tibet. Burma,
Japan and China. Paradoxically, there is little or no
Buddhism in India, its birth place. Yet the Hindus ac-
complished their elimination neither by force, nor vio-
lence, nor bloodshed. The mother faith, under the lead
of the great reformer Sankara, simply absorbed his re-
bellious children. There is no precedent for such mad-
ness in universal history.
I various
r ^ka erect d many" pillars of great architectural
[ mg AsoKa eiet.w j,_ .,raoj!n,i ralUrltni and cul-
t;
The Kins, beloved oj
1 HSutSi KMMoi| rettgton and cul-
^"'nfie of these stupos the wise ruler inscnbed-
kf" Vn beotedi this teemint s Aversions may be felt, but no form
spoils nau ises its nead in a land where
f rei.gwus jWygT Mohammedans, Sikhs, Jains,
Hindus of nia J- Parsees live compactly in over
I Christians, Je
oovrded cities.
| KING: ASOK tradition of religious tolerance
'nd'9iMfvcars ago the greatest king in the miUen.al
Ab0Ut nf Indw laid down the dictum of liberalism.
history of la. ."_____. # oroat arrhitectural
King A:
beauty
lure. 0
0j rehgious jaw" tMs is (hc root, to reverence
mch \?X and never to revile that of others Who-
onCSTSJrenfly injures his oum relioion white he
ecer acts d'"*""^' tcIts of all jorms of rehflion
^onjs ano her. JJJ^J protection." Europe and
Snca SWlSSWS 'his Solomon of India.
""t^S?occasions their might have been some in-
In n, nfths deeply rooted toleration. Yet the
?TTcomcs when the established system feels itself
*? .nVd^ust as pagan Rome sensed the danger of
Krlf ChrSiSns.P Buddhism grew out of Hinduism
' rhnsti-nitv out of Judaism. For a time it seemed
35 Sth daughter would entirely supplant the mother^
The new faith grew and spread in every direction. But
no Utc did the Hindus persecute the followers of
gg^TTodav. one-fifth of the human race practice
Beth David Has
Munieale Monday
Monday evening, March 24th,
8 p.m.. will witness a student
Husicale and Operetta set to Gil-
bert and Sullivan music at the
Beth David Congregation. The
program is under the co-direction
of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, Mrs.
Harriet Damenstein and Jerome
B. Gordon. A cast of some 50
children from the Beth David
Heligious School, Choral and Dra-
matic Groups will participate.
Leading roles will be played
by Carol Abrams, Barbara Baum,
Ida Faske, Stanley Goldstein, Jer-
ry Shevin and Robert Simon. The
Chorus includes Albert Abromo-
witz, Fred Bemey, Judy Gakst,
Barbara Bolker, Ellen Bolker,
Phyllis Dcich. Elaine Donnerstag,
Ida Faske, Fred Fleischman, Hel-
en Goldstein, Stewart Greenstein.
Lois Groh. Rita Laden, Roberta
Rabinowitz, Alan Rose, Adrianne
Samess, Susan Schwartzmar.ru
Arthur Shc-r and Spencer Synder.
Featured during the musicale
will e Howard Tendrich, pianist,
Jerrv Rosen, violinist, Barbara
pianist, Richard Essen, ac-
li m, ..nd Arlene Rothlein, vo-
, alisl
Margaret Spiegel and Frances
Si tor are majorettes, and Ron-
ald Shurowitz will act as Master
of Ceremonies.
About 4 years ago, we read press accounts of the
violence that flared up between Hindus and Moslems.
They were the birth pangs of modern independent
India. With the partition of Pakistan, excesses were
committed on both sides. But the passion behind the
massacres was not religion. The political divisions hap-
pened to run between two religious groups. This par-
tition business is an evil for India and Pakistan Yet
the minority Moslems are not molested by the Hindu
majority. The symbol of religious tolerance I sensed in
a Bombay cemetery. Hindus were openly cremating
bodies in the burning ghats while 50 yeards away Mo-
hammedans were burying their dead. Today Islam is
perhaps the most fanatic of religions. But in India
even the bigoted Mohammedan is tolerant of otner
faiths.
THE PARSEES
Speaking of burial customs, the strangest of rites is
practiced by the Parsees. This minority of about 100,-
000 still follow the fire-worshipping creed of Zoroaster,
the religion of Queen Esther's husband, Ahasuerus,
thanks to whose gullibility Purim is celebrated. When
a Parsee dies his corpse lies in the circular tower of
silence Four days are allowed for the soul to depart.
The body is then placed on the hill and exposed to the
fowl of the air. Immediately, a flock of vultures swoop
down, and within an hour every ounce of flesh is de-
nuded from the skeleton. The bones are deposited in
the large round well and dissolve in the lime and sui-
P "one would think that this gruesome ceremony to-
gether with the mystery about Jhe Fire Temples, which
I non-Parsee is not permitted to enter, would strike
fear and suspicion among other denominations es-
pecially against a minority sect, of different racial
stock and of keen business acumen reputed to posse**
a goodly share of the country's riches *"* the ,llbeJ?1
attitude to all religion is so deeply imbedded that noth-
ing affects the ingrained religious tolerance of India.
ANT/-SEMIT/SM
Thus it is a novel and refreshing experience to find
a land free of anti-Semitism. It might even be absurd
to look for discrimination against 30 000 Jews in a
population of 400,000,000 were it not that Judeophohta
is a disease that defies logic and reason. The vast
Indian majority have never seen or heard of Jews, in
Bangalore, I ask the chauffeur what is Ruben Moses,
the sign above a retail store. The Hindu driver answers
they are Jews. And what is that? I don't know, he
answers.^^ {amiiy> originally from Bagdad, gave
me a warm welcome. During the war, they entertained
many American Jewish soldiers. Now they rarely see
a Jewish traveler. Young Ezra Moses, a capable busi-
ness man, and shoe manufacturer, says the Hindus are
the most tolerant of people; the Indian Moslems to a
less degree, yet not so bad. But as soon as a Hindu
is converted to Christianity, he becomes Jewish con-
scious and says the Jews killed Christ The worst
offenders are the Anglo-Indians, the mwhhnoe who are
not wanted by the English nor welcomed by the castes.
These unhappy hybrids, ill.at ease and *&&&
use the term damn Jews, picked up no doubt, from their
Cockney fathers, before deserting their mothers.
PAGANISM
AH of which demonstrates that Hindu freedom from
prejudice does not spring from innate superiority. Trie
Hindu is as susceptible to bigotry as the: next pepon
His tolerance, however, springs from his religion Pag-
anism has always been complacent about peoples Gods.
Idolatrv can always make room for an additional deity.
Unfortunately, it has been the monotheistic faiths.that
have persecuted. Ironically, Judaism has suffered se-
verely for having introduced the notion of aJeatous
God who Will not hrook the existence of any other god.
Good Will Group
Meets Tuesday
The Goodwill Group Of Great-
er Miami will hold its regular
monthly membership meeting on
Tuesday, March 25th, 8 o'clock, in
the Beth El Auditorium. Mrs.
Etha Beck will preside.
At a recent Board of Directors
meeting, presided over by Mrs.
Frances Boeninger, chairman, dis-
cussions included plans for the in-
stallation of officers for 1952, to
take place the latter part of April,
as well as a Bazaar for the benetit
of the organization's welfare
work._________________
PaUotTo Head
Taxpayers9 Group
E Albert Pallot. attorney and
civic leader, was unanimously re-
elected president of the North
Bay Area Taxpayers' Association
at the executive session held last
week at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
New treasurer of the organiza-
tion is Charles H. Alcock Re-
elected as secretary was JacK .
Mintzer.
The five new vice presidents
are Max Orovitz. P. J. Davis
Hhli'aPcoSSonMaanrMrsDrSyLdeneyarLd
W5S3&d to a^pecial^
Leonard Wien and Henry E.
Wolff AH are members of the
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+Jen1si> flcrkflar,
EDITORIAL
A Rank Representative *
Democratic theory operates according to the
principle that no guaranteed civil right can ever
be carried beyond the bounds of decency. Thus,
for example, our Government permits John Ran-
kin to take the floor of the American Congress for
the purpose of spewing anti-Semitic venom. In
doing so, the most unsavory of our nation's rep-
resentatives is practicing freedom of speech.
It would appear particularly proper for one of
its citizens to fulfill this right on America's Capitol
Hill. The unfortunate aspect of Rankin's diseased
antics, however, is that what he has to sa\- al-
most always nothing' becomes set down perman-
ently in the Congressional Record for others of his
ilk to read. Last week, Rankin added to the
Record's filth by exposing so-called Jewish dom-
ination of Poland.
The demented orator has long since laid his
heart bare for the Soviet Union and its satellite
countries' domination by Jews in the face cf the
accepted fact thct a resurgence of anti-Semitism
behind the iron curtain has already reached ma-
iigr.ar.: proportions. Perhaps it is the single Jew-
ish Politburo Member Kcganovitch who disturbs
him so. I: Ear.kir. were aware that Gotrpodin Kc-
^-~ = Minister Stalin's brother-iB-
Scviet Union completely
sentimental feelings eve:
ganovitch :s Prime
lew, he might see thi
les: and rive up his
the misled [vans and PyotOTS.
So far as Poland :s ;cr.;e:r.ed Rar.ktr. saw :.:
to bemoan its citizens reduction to slavery by
a little gang c: Yids He wasted no feeling for
Fews massacred in pogroms during old Preeidenl
Josef Pilsudsld'i !~e democratic regime; nor i:i
he weep for those Jews ;: the Ghetto who died
Residents Reply
Some 400 volunteer workers nr,tu~ ,
Sunday's Metropolitan E3S,9tel h
heard Rabbi Irving BMEftttt C
being the community s rmEZlF***<**
Thus, the tone was set for the Met
Division's campaign currently under T'1'0'
Greater Miami. Timidity on the m H3 in
to approach residents here for SSjLSf^
the Combined Jewish Appeal !S^22! ,C
erased by the Rabbi's definition. hereuPn
It is not for the volunteer solicitor to *. j
himself in the disadvantageous position ofdei
questmg gifts for the Appeal. Rath. Utelii
bent upon Mramians to await patiently tho
rival of these messengers, to regard them as .W
representatives once called upon and to give to
the combmed effort unstintingly.
The Metropolitan door-tevdoor campaiqn will
remain in force until the local fund goal is fuSi
ed. Donors must bear uppermost in mind thct
monies collected will be used for agencies here
as well as for Israel overseas. Upon their graciou!
action depends the safety of Jews still 'doomed
to exile, the new state and needy Miami resi-
dents.
AN OMINOUS PICTURE
Uncover Ancient PosUalmudic Tomes;
Tc Shed Light On Gaonic Epoch Of History
v NrV : .A -Ti : E. L. Sukenik. noted archaeol-
1; -: reported recently,
sidere among t [dest Professor Sukenik said he had
post-1 rkl exist- received confirmation of the dis-
today have corr.e to light I covenes from Jean Neville the
thi Jgh research of an Is- French Consul General in jeru-
rae.: expert, Dr Sr.raea Abrarr salem. who is himself a -oted
son. a: the Jewish T- I al'archaeologist. The papvri are
Seminar?; .: America, it was an-(said to include private contracts
by Dr. L _._- Fink- written in both Hebrew and
Greek characters
.-.- I v "-----------------------
-" were ii'i..,.** *^ .
completel: unknown Studied as ""* OOKtttq
isand-vear-old "*~*~*-~*-+*~^^*+~*~*~*!Zu,
Ronnie Lee is the talented 14-
* -w iSJpgTAirt assa
Dr. Abramson has made W.'S&cfihSrS^ta'ttj:
discoveries on the basis ttan where he is the -
identification of hundreds of age- year -' a= a sc-ola-
eaten fragments pur< =i as a scola.-
heroically defending themselves against Adoll
Hitler's Nazi beasts.
One, of course, is forced to question the rank
congressman's source of information. But en-
lightenment of another sort is also called for. We
respectfully wonder about the nature of the re-
ception which greets Rankin's remarks on the
floor of the Congress. Neither the volume nor the
character of his ovations ever becomes an ex-
plicit part of the Record.
the S in 1923. from thi
library of 1 Dr Elk i A -
ler A noted ... Dr. Ad-
ler taini ts from
Egyptian b
-
Dr A
H

the S

"
The Israeli
A
--
in Ba-
:" -
s
inder the 1
De-
partment
.
!
-
Arab Dispute
May Be Settled
WASHINGTON (AJP) The
obvious failure of Arab leaders
to openly deny or discredit grow-
ing reports of an anxiousness for
peace between the Islamic world
and Israel is viewed here by dip-
lomatic circles as an indication
' that outstanding issues in the
Middle East dispute mav be near-
ing final settlement.
The attitutde of "diplomatic
: circles" toward consistant reports
I of a desire by the Arab states
to settle differences with Israel
was reported this week bv
Scnpps-Howard writer Roger
Stuart. Reviewing the continu-
ous talk of peace these past three
weeks. Stuart said diplomatic
sources were especially impress-
ed that the recurrent reference
to peace as an objective in itself
tailed to cloak any hint of specif-
ic claims by Egypt against Israel.
.Many of the- peace rumors came
from the Egyptian press, but oth-
er Arab states have echoed sim-
ilar sentiments in recent days
Our Film Folk
Bv LEON GUTTERMAN
Danny Kaye, looking at the
overstuffed wife of a movie di-
rector, told us: "It looks as
though he took her for butter or
for wurst."

He was a Hollywood waiter
who had known years of stomach
trouble. When he recognized that
the customer. Movie Producer
Sam Goldwyn, was ordering a
bland diet, he jotted down the
order and then in a moment of
abstraction, asked, "Will that be
ulcer?"

When her doctor remarked how
well she looked. Hedy Lamarr
smiled. -Yes. Doctor, I followed
the instructions on the bottle of
medicine you gave me. I kept
the bottle tightly corked."

Dinah Shore saw two song
writers nibbling awav at frank-
furters in the Paramount com-
missary. "What have you two
got in common?" she asked.
"Indigestion," they answered.
Ronnie __ _
"-' ristand
last
?. n-
=
:

...
-
-

I

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pif -oage.
Add 1 ...
'
All
on n
ed to date 5
to the e salt and
ir.d in Ci pf one-half
The cab-
years ago. Profes-. It is del rf$ a0d,
Ex-Nazi Plans Knife
For Israel's Side
SEW YORK CITY AJP A
up bv a
N
.
-
:
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. -
:. :or Zionist {
it
1 :.. -
- in U :

itary a pai.
- :
"e Ai ...
n com-
"- agricultural and
-g to
:e and support
transforn
i for-
I that hi*
Bc-ine
ed along tr \Uoueh
these refugees will see
omeland day and nig]
ame in their hea.
Playwright Clifford Odets rec-
ently punctured an egocentric
movie star by saying. "He's one
01 those persons whose I's are
too close together."
Director Mervyn (Quo Vadis)
tells us about the over-
tive director who turned on
stant and veiled. "What
- you to argue with
The- assistant protested. "I hav-
said a word."
The- r snarled: "You
ing in a very aeres-
manner:"-

We asked a well, known film
"ften seen in Bernard
Barucr. s company, if Baiuch had
trouble with his hearing.
'I really don't know." the mov-
ie tycoon replied. "When you're '
with Bernard you just listen."

Joe E Lewis tells us he asked ,'
a di Will I be able to do f
hing with my voice in pic-
tures. and the director replied:
I thin,; so. It miRht come in
handy in case of fire "

I Harrv Hershfield. toastmaster-
ing a dinner recently, introduced
1,1,1/ sPea.ker '> unusually
gined and interesting talker "I
' quipped Harry,
usually the :
jes is mui thaj,
tne m
tart told i ^^4
ft hut -m .t0 a l*ychtrisi -Did
it help- asked 0s(.ar
mv atti-
gJertoward insomnia is' much
Sid Ceasar swears he overheard
his dentist tell a movie star pa-
pient. "There's nothing the mat-
ter with your teeth, but your
gums will have to come out."

"Everybody wants to live long
but nobody wants to be old" is a
famous French saying. But here
is Harpo Marx's view on longev-
ity. Harpo, a philosopher, too,
comes up with this cerebral con-
tribution: "The trouble with life
is that when you get old enough
'to know what to do you're
too old to do it.

Sophie Tucker was in her
dressing room in a Hollywood
night club when a waiter tapped
on her door. "A couple of girls
are in the club tonight. Miss
Tucker, who say they went to
school with vou. What shall I
do?"
"Wheel them in," said Sophie.

When a friend said to Jerry
Lewis, "I'm dining with the up-
per set tonight." Jerry replied,
"the steak may be tough. Better
take your lowers, too."

When Cy Howard, who writes
and produces Mv Friend Irma
and Life With Luigi or. radio
and television, was told about the
man in Alabama who went forty-
four days without food. Cy an-
swered: "Why didn't he .all an-
| other waiter? Or go to-another
: restaurant?"

Eddie Cantor saw a sign in a
, window on Hollywood
|vard: "Ladies Ready-T
Clothes." "It's .. be
muttered. ____________
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Conference Of
Women* groups
gedfl Packages
' Th, Korean battlefields are far
, the Serve-A-
r mi Committee "f the Confer-
ca I, wish Women's Organ-
helping to bridge the
See A shipment of hundred.
5 s of Passover Religious
ifiS delicacies is being sent
according* to Mrs Ir-
,,,. president of the
'the National Jewish
contact has been
with Chaplain Joseph
tationed in Korea.
ir jubsequentiy for-
Sided lists ot personal items
Laded I servicemen in the com-
I St zones and by casualties in
I 'i.id hospitals. Several cases of
Sts, ranging from shower clogs
I ,o toothbrushes and from station-
'. > reading material, will go
I out from this city within the next
I fc days to make the lives of the
I Gr< more cheerful. The gifts will
be given to men of all faiths, Mrs.
I Lehrman explained.
Over forty aftiliated Jewish or-
I nnfcations in Greater Miami par-
I ficTpated in the project called
I Passover Packages For Korea, ac-
cording to Mrs. Emanuel Karger,
I chairman <>f the Conference.
The next meeting of the Con-
'eronce will take place on
Wednesday, March 26th, 10:30
am., in Jackie Heller's Restau-
rant at the Dinner Key Auditor-
ium 11 will be a joint meeting
with the Dade Federation of
Women's Clubs. Reservations are
being taken bv Mrs. David Rifas
and Mrs. A. Frank Wcllins. The
im tinu Committee headed by-
Mrs. M< nte Selig will submit its
report.
Goodbye, My Fancy
Opens At University
Goodbye, My Fancy, by Fay
Kanin. opened at the Ring The-
atre of the University of Miami
in a gala First Night last Mon-
day evening for a two week run
through March 29th.
Goodbye. Mv Fancy, is direc-
ted by Fred Koch, Jr., who will
be re.T.embered for his produc-
tion of Finian's Rainbow earlier
in the season. The comedy re-
places Beyond The Horizon, prev-
iously scheduled for this time.
Bunnv Gottfried has been cast
-atha Reed, the Senator, and
Doris Joseloff as Woody, her sec-
retary. Matt K'nK will be seen
as Dr. Merrill, the college presi-
dent, and Pat Makofsky as Gin-
ny, his daughter.
Government Seeks
Skilled Technicians
Louise Chapter To Hold
Luncheon Party At Moy'3
Mrs.
one
Emanuel Karger (left) looks on as Mrs. Lehrman displays
of the many items induced in Serve-A-Camp packages.
The National Bureau of Stan-
dards, the Government's princi-
pal laboratory for basic research,
in Washington, DC, has an-
nounced its urgent need for pre-
cision machinists, instrument!
makers and electronic mechanics. '
The work involves programs
critical to th >. national d<
effort. A representative or the
National Bureau of Stands
been interviewing candidates
at the Florida state Employm
Service, 50] NE 1st Avenue. Sal
aries range up >- $73 for the
basic 40-hour week. Addition ol
myht differential and overtime
can bring this starting rate up to
S04 per week. The positions are
Civil Service appointments and
carry with them Federal leave
and retirement features.
The National Bureau of Stan-
dards engages in research rang-
ing from atomic physics to the
structural engineering of houses.
An important part of the present
The Louise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a Luncheon and Card Paris
honoring the festival of Purimon
Tuesday. March 25th, at Moys
Golden Dragon Restaurant. Mi-
ami Beach.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. Lillian
Halfon and Mrs. Evelyn Genet.
Hostesses arc the Mesda
Koretsky, Rose Genet,
Grossman, Dorothy L;
Wi iner and Benah
Wincker.
Dr. Schneider To Speak
Dr S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach
Optometrist, will be guest speak-
er at the March 27th meeting of
the Miami Chapter, Hebrew
Academy Women, to be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Meltzer, 1821 SW 9th Street, 3
I Pm- '_______________.
program is carried on for the De-
I fense Department._______._________
Temple Emanu-El
Plans Passover Seder
A Community Seder to be held
at tin Hollywood Beach Hotel is
being planned by the Temple
nu-El, of Broward County
and Golden Beach, located in Fort
Lauderdale, according to an an-
nouncement of the Rabbi, Dr.
Marius Ranson.
Mrs. Marius Ranson is chair-
nan of a group of Fort Lauder-
dale, Golden Beach and Holly-
wood Jewish ladies. Co-chairmen
with Mrs. Ranson are Mrs. Abe
Tarler, president of the Sister-
hood, representing Fort Lauder-
Mrs. Nathan Gilman, repre-
senting Golden Beach, and Mrs.
Arthur D. Strauss, representing
Hollywood.
i Ranson will conduct the
religious service of the Seder. He
Will be assisted by Dana F. Wells,
le Emanu-El's soloist who is
head of the music department of
' Fort Lauderdale Central High
s hool, and bv Marjorie Wells.
accompanist. Mrs. Ranson will
tress of ceremonies.
"This will be a traditional Jew-
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"and will contain an explanation
oi all ceremonial rites and a sym-
bolic celebration of the various
foods of traditional observance."
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FRIDAY, MARCH o,
fried
ELSA TEMPLE:
The glamorous background of Elsa Temple has evoked con-
siderable interest in Miamians. Despite alluring bait from New
York to come run. radio programs and resume lecturing. Miss
Temple remains in Miami with her orthodox 86-year-old mother.
Cur mealing the other night was memorablefor me, it marked
the first lime in months I've quietly crept up my steps at 3 a.m.
blushing with my neighbors' opinion of me. But as far as I could
tell(I peeped around, first)they were where they should be:
asleep ...
Elsa is ardent about her garden, good conversalion, her life
in Israel, and Ihos'a incredible cakes and candies she bakes which
are lively personalities in themselves. As you know, she's Charles
Temple's sister. Their assets are frozen in England. Reaching
back, therefore, into the period she spent entertaining thousands
of the military at her English home, she revived 2,000 recipes
and these she bakes and caters for those who phone .
I believe I sampled about 40. I was giddy with the luxury of
it. Smart hostesses row confer with her. and for good reason.
Well, for 2,000 good reasons!
THE MILITARY" reminds me of the Surf Club's dinner spot-
lighted with military precision by the American Ordnance Asso-
ciation. Table-seating was an actual blueprint, relieving all need of
skirmishing. At Table No. 3 was Bob Levin, bachelor son of Mrs.
Isaac Levin, who ranked in two capacities as president of Stand-
ard Chemical Company, and Major in the Ordnance Reserves .
Another dinn'ar guest was Henry Hyman, Florida and Light .
Sam Luby was the third invitee of 100, to hear plans for industrial
preparedness geared to common defanse. The place was loaded with
tup brass. I envy Bob Levin's poise and assurance in the Surf Club.
H( to the purple born, or something Once, you see, I sent a
Jewish photographer over there for some event which escapes me
undoubtedly innocuous, probably a fashion showand when I asked.
"Di:l you get a pretty good picture?", he replied glumly: "They
threw me out."
SAM GINSBURG of the Royal Palm Hotel is bemoaning his I Birchansky," 1317 SW 26th Street.
failure to keep a logbook of his past eig.-.t years in hotel manage- ',, ..
Typical of one zany episode was the arrival of a large Cuban Uinnci' Kiv Terrace was the
family from Havana. Iri broken-down Spanish, Sam quoted the scene of the Saturday ceremony
I. showed their an oceanfront suite. Mucha rice, they liked. Then | ing.
the Senora turned to her Senor and let go with gratified pleasure
in finest Yiddish: Turned out they were the Holtz family, from
Ha\ ana .
Sam's wife. Gertrude, has a pet story, too. Sir';] a.-ked a
ni ighbor what kind of wood to buy for the fireplace. "Ask for half
It slow- urning, half fast-burning," she was told. "What's
the difference?" said Gert. "I don't know." said the neighbor. "But
it's a ful way to show them you know what you're talking
t!"
Wolpert, Gottfried Travel To New York
Following their marriage Sun- 1776 SW16th Avenue iv
day in the Surf Room of the
Ronoy Plaza Hotel, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Gottfried are motoring
to New York on their honey-
moon.
The bride is the former Miss
Carol Jane Wolpert, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert,
Miss Kesell Plans
Wedding In May
The engagement of their
daughter, Barbara, has been an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kesell, of Brookline, Massachu-
setts.
The briuegroom-elect is Jason M.
Berkman. 1100 Venetian Way, Mi-
ami Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Berkman, Roxbury, Mas-
sachusetts.
Miss Kesell was graduated from
Colby Junior College and Mr.
'\Gott.
Mrs.
'dan
DavidiSStfrTd.0f43l2 S> *
Avenue, Miami Beat- Sher'
Rabbi Joseph Narot'perform*
the ceremony, and the briri/""*
given in marria*.. L ..Drid.e *
ven in marriage bv her Matron of honor for her !?
was Mrs. Jorge Arango, &5J
Mrs. Murray Birchansky
Miss Moss Given
Away By Father
Mr. and Mrs. William Moss,
of 2024 SW 20th Street, Miami,
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Florence, to Murray
Birchansky. son of Mrs. Betty
;y. 1317 SW 26th S
Dinner
ATTENTION!
The acute public silence concerning the general election on Mi-
Be :: on March 23th, is perturbing. Two matters are to be
Voted on: 1. a pension, retirement and automatic pav increases for
Beach city employees. 2. a pay hike for City Counciimen,
At this writing, I'm aware the silence will be broken by an
editorial in one i ewspaper, denouncing a pay increase of $2,000
yearly to each councilman.
Focused on civic education, the North Bay Area Taxpayers'
Association will be the first organization to come to gripsopenly
with the election. Last week they appointed a committee to
analyze the issues; this week they Ihrow their findings open to
all civic groups.
Number One Resolution is "Yes"
welfare.
for the city employees'
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of white nylon tulle
and chantilly lace. Long lace
gloves and a four-tiered illusion
veil fell from her lace cap. She
carried a cascade bouquet of
white roses and white orchids.
Mrs. H. M. Ponn, the bride's
sister, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Vivian
Hoffman and Miss Sally Horn,
wiaring petal pink nylon tulle
and carrying bouquets of white
carnations.
Maurice Swan, brother-in-law
of the bridegroom, was best man.
Ushers were Dr. Sidney H. Moss,
the bride's brother, H. M. Ponn,
the bride's brother-in-law, and
Alvin Moss, also the bride's
brother.
A reception followed at the
Dinner Key Terrace.
Mrs. Theodore Gottfried
Colombia. Mrs. Al Phillips, cous-
in of the bridegroom, and Mrs
Wilbur, Vidalia, Georgia, cousin
of the bride, were bridematrom.
Jacob Gottfried was I est man
for his brother. Ushers were Ray.
mond Franklin, D. Robert Lewis
and Dr. Richard Schwartz. A
reception and wedding dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony in the Surf
Room.
The newiywed Mrs. Gotl
", *"lan rm the University of I was graduated from the Univer-
Florida Law School. During
World War II, he served with the
US Air Force.
The couple plan a May wedding.
In the 1948 election, less than
one-fifth of the state's eligible
voters elected our public offi-
cials.
sity of Miami, where she was a
member of Sigma Delta Tau Sor-
ority. Mr. Gottfried was gradu-
ated from the University of Flor-
ida, where he was a member of
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He
fields the rank of Lieutenant, jg,
in the US Naval Reserve and a
an architect.
Number Two Resolution is "No" for city council's pay hike. \f r? n rrt
Grounds are that the Beach council is gelling adequate pay for MISS iMC'dlCT 1 ()
the lime actually necessary to execute their duties. Implication is
lhat if they waste lime in bick-ering and infantile conduct it's
Committee-men were P. J. Davis. Al Heller
their own look-out
and Henry E. Wolff.
NATIONAL MUSIC WEEK:
May 4th through 10th is designated National Music Week __
andi just now, whizzing in from the National Music headquarters
is the flash that Miami Beach chairman is Ruth Brotman. She was
the choice of the nation's leaders, lo spark the week here, with pro-
?v?7f ?,n?..uiK^tS\, m0r cn"8etic and sincere woman doesn't
exist It will be healthy to see all musicians and groups cease their
hostilities, for this cooperative undertaking. At present (and we all
know it cliques, antagonisms, "monopolies" and ego-bleatings darn
near outshout the music! s
th* f,'t' *ncidental'-v- Mana-Zucca will hear a changed program at
the fete honoring her in the Paul Chantons' home. Soloists will be
9St^.1BSUS^SI^ Jaques Cohen w,th Libby
BOMBAY HOTEL:
Capturing the nation's eye is lhe span-newest hotel in Greater
Miami,11a Bombay, on the ocean at 691b. Not just because it's lhe
newest But because it's a revolution in structure and policy.
WolnVl i!n9|that eS execu,ive secretary should be Pioneer
f^?? I Scnsatjonal 1S *e deliberate accomodat.on
lor guests parking minus a doorman and tips, right within the
premises or. a parking lot entered via an arcade driveway off hi
street. Architect Norman Giller calls it an -underpass". The Bom-
bay operators are Manny Schein and Ben Kauffman. They're long-
time friends from across-tr.e-strect in Sullivan County, where Schein
KKS: as?1" Hotel in Sou,h Fa,lsburg-and 83E
Schein's also a veteran hotel operator on Miami Beach 17
^nLrf? ? reCen"y. 3Vhe Su'' Geor3e' He and Kauffman have
mapped out a guest-policy thal's the best news any guest ever
C.-J" e"* costs" for service. Beach mats and chairs are
concVinn,,n9 '?H ^^ f "Selling" 'h* dr and belch".
concessions the usual practice, necessitating gratuities as rev-
enue everybody's on salary. Ar.d guests benefit!
?r, wP^REN.T F HEtP OFFERED ... a fine woman wishes
to share her apartment with another woman. Bav Harbor A
JjRht Job w,th a jeweler is open to a pleasant young girl. Stringing
Pear s. Running errands, part or full time. Miami Beach M
small daughter Brett, who never reads this column and therefore
gives me the dismal impression that neither does
Wed In Washington
Dr. and Mrs. Micael Fiedler, of
2368 SW 4th Street, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Bette Irene, to Jerome J.
Schwarzmann, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schwarzmann, Wash-
ington, D.C.
The announcement was made
at a recent dinner partv held in
the Park Avenue Restaurant, Mi-
ami Beach.
Miss Fiedler was graduated
from Miami High School and is
presently a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is Pan-
hellenic representative of Delta
Phi Epsilon Sorority and secre-
tary of the sophomore class.
Mr. Schwarzmann is a senior
at the University of Miami, where
he is majoring in journalism. He
is past president of Tau Epsilon
Phi Fraternity.
The couple plan a June wed-
ding in Washington, D.C.
the home of
'eg. 0.8, pat
Miami
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Going Formal?
~Jd reminded me she droDDed
one year with Janie Goldstein when the college set was swarm
iSJ^OMi V Th'S-TSt ^ been the *ear we constantly raided
Isaac Gelhs for knishes. Raids, at lightning speed, never let us
notice the handsome owner, Boris Pritcher. The other night, when
I was not eating knishes, I could give better attention to him. Re-
called how talented he d been, acting in "The Cradle Must Rock"
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cBTOAY, MARCH 21, 1952
+Jenisf, flcrid/an
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Personally Speaking
pfc. Paul Kwitney, of 901 Pennsylvania Avenue, is home on
furlough from Amarillo, Texas. He has been accepted into OCS
in Lakeland, Texas, where he will report at the end of his fur-
lough. M
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosen, leaders in Chicago Jewry, are
visiting at the Rio Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
William Schermer and their betrothed daughter, Phyllis, are
entertaining Miss Schermer's soon-to-be grand-aunt and uncle
at (j,eir home here. The Rosens have made a charitable do-
nation in honor of the bride-elect and her fiance, Dr. Ted R.
Schwartz. *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore J. Coulton, of 1424 SW 17th Terrace.
Miami, announce the arrival of their daughter, Marsha Sue,
last March 11th.
Violinist Mischa Boor and his wife and family are being
entertained here by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fishman, of the Waldorf
Towers Hotel. _________________________
Auerbach, Green
[Betrothal Told
Mr and Mis. Samuel Auerbach,
10, sollith Street, Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Rita, to Leon
Green, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Green, Brooklyn, New York.
The couple rr.et last summer
in a formal introduction.
[ Miss Auerbach is a voice stu-
dent at the University of Miami,
where she will receive her music
degree in June. She is a member
of Sigma Alpha Iota, musical hon-
orary. Hillel and Masada.
Mr. Green was graduated from
New York University.
Helene Degutz To
He Has Mitzvah
\Beach Masada
\theater Party
Miami Beach Masada, Young
I District, will present a
Theat.: Party at the Lincoln
: starting Sunday, March
30th. and running through April
1st.
Day and niijh'. continuous per-
formances of tin- hit. Meet Danny
Wilson, stalling Frank Sinatra
and Shellv Winters will be
i. The Florida premiere is
the Frank Sinatra Story.
In charge ol arrangements are
Gil Rappaport and Gil Miller.
I M:ss Leila Gross is in. charge of
tickets. Miss Irene Kestenbaum
Hill handle publicity.
Masada's regular weekly Fri-
day night Oneg Shabbat will take
place tonight at the home of Miss
Djris Shnur. 1245 Euclid Avenue,
Miami Beach, at 8:30 p.m. Miss
I Shirley Cohen will give a book
[report.
Education Bureau
Passover Workshop
A Special Passover Preparation
Institute has been announced by
Max Meisel, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
On Wednesday, March 26th, the
Preparation Institute for Nursery
School mothers sponsored jointly
by the Bureau and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will be held in the Miami
Branch of the Center at 8:30 p.m.
The program will include the sig-
nificance and rules for prepara-
tion for Passover, by Rabbi Max
Shapiro, of Beth David Congrega-
tion; a workshop of Passover
song, led bv Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag; Seder preparation with il-
lustrated film slide material, by
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau; and a work-
shop on home decorations for
Passover, led bv Mrs. Cora
Friedman, head teacher at the
Nursery School of the Miami
Branch of the Community Cen-
ter.
The Institute is not limited to
Nursery School mothers.
Tamara Chapter To
Hear Dolores Chernoff
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hear Miss Dolores
Chernoff tell of her travels in Is-
rael at its monthly meetings on
Tuesday, March 25th, 8:30 p.m.,
at the McAllister hotel.
Youngest member of a group
of Young Judeans whose trip was
sponsored by The Zionist Organ-
ization of America, Miss Chernoff
will show a film of her trip. A
slate of officers will be presented,
and plans for the donor luncheon
will be completed at the meet-
ing.
Mrs. Peggy Kaplan, Hadassah Bond co-ordinator selling a BIG
DAY bond to Perine Palmer, Jr., former mayor of Miami and
currently commissioner of Miami, in honor of the visit to this
Community of Mrs. Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor in the Israel
Cabinet. Mrs. Myerson's visit to Miami boosted local bond sale
past the two million mark in 1952.
Forum Discusses Jewish
| Communal Life
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
IJacob, will appear before Der
lYiddisher Forum tomorrow eve-
|ri:ng in a discussion on: The Dis-
ease And Cure Of American Jew-
ish Communal Life.
Tic Forum meets on Saturday
I evenings, 8 p.m., in the Confer-
ence Room of the Greater Miami
[Jewish Federation, 420 Lincoln
I Road.
Don't be content to criticize
(government faults. Correct them
[with your ballot. Register now
land vote May 6th.
A NICE HOME
I FOR WOMAN WILLING TO
[SHARE HOUSEHOLD DUTIES.
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Helene Degutz
Helene Isabel Degutz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Degutz,
735 40th Street, Miami Beach,
will become Bas Mitzvah tomor-
row morning, 10:30 a.m., at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will officiate.
The Bas Bas Mitzvah attends
Nautilus Junior High School. A
reception will follow the cere-
mony.
The sure road to better govern-
ment is an alert aggressive peo-
ple. Every good citizen should
register and vote.
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CHARITY BAZAAR
Weil Miami Jewish Center
Saturday Evening, March 29
Sunday afternoon, March 30
Dancing Gam.-s Movies
Refreshments
Charles Lee Airs Jewish
Contribution To Science
In answer to a listener's query
concerning tr?e contributions
Jews have made in the field of
physical sciences es distinguish-
ed from medicine and other nat-
ural sciences, Harold Shapiro,
commentator on People's Prob-
lems, has invited Charles H. Lee,
graduate civil engineer who did
research work in astronomy at
Harvard University, as guest
speaker for Sunday, March 23rd.
1:15 p.m., over Station WINZ.
Lee is known here for his lec-
tures at the Spinoza Forum and
other local societies. People's
Problems is a special feature of
the Yiddish Classical Hour, di-
rected by M. Nasatir and J. Birn-
baum.
Beth Sholom Sisters
Have Art Program
The March Open Meeting of the
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
will feature a program entitled.
Delving Into The Arts.
Modem dance techniques will
be presented by Judith Younger-
man. Israeli songs will be ren-
dered by Pauline Fried, and Jerry
Schultz, of the Ring Theatre, will
present a dramatic reading.
The meeting will take place In
the Temple Banquet Hall on
Wednesday, March 19th. and will
start at 1:00 p.m.. according to
j Mrs. Saul Herman. Sisterhood
i president. Mrs. Leon Kronish is
' program chairman, and Mrs. Ir-
j ving Marcus is hospitality chair-
' men.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1953
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTON ECKCES: For the Eirsl time in many years,
n Zionist leaders now have complete confidence in the
the State D lartmenl Tre official Zionist leader-
ship in this courlry is convinced lhat President Truman and the
- Department will sincerely support m?ximum United Slates
f;n3ncial aid for Israel this yesr Also, thai Congri -- v. ile re-
:
tion in Israel an I the Ara
i \. 152 W
I 1 1 Cairo
te the mpression th | Egypt i.-- considi
with Israel rhese teelers are taken wit. a grain It ._
They corr.e at a time when Egypt seems to te eager to play a domi-
nant role in the projected Middle- East Commtnd which she rsjocfed
last October Egypt's idea now is that the Arab states should join
the Middle East Comrr.?nd not individually but as a bloc on a re-
gional arrangement based on the recs::lly concluded Arac CollecliV-*
Security Pact Bui this pact contains a clause definitely directed
inst Israel And it is obvious th.it the Western Powers could
ntm ilitary equipment loi the defense of the Middle K. si to
;, regioral unit built on a security pact conceived as an anti-Israel
instrument Hence, the Egyptian "peace feelers" to conceal the
real danger for Israel in the fortr.ation of a sti mg A ab military bloc
to make its own regional strategic ns as partners in a
Middle East Comma: i Nee Hess v> say that Israel Itself is de-
finitly not anxi ius 1 > see more arms pumped into the Arab states
1. pr< text ol .1 Western defense alliance .
' V
ON THE RECORD: I have just finished reading the 143-page Sch-
. k Report on 1/0 Jewish Agency which created such a stir in
Israel At erican Jews will b< pi I learn that this report,
which el'.' any aspects of the work ol t. e Jewish Agency, has
nothing but praise for the Agency's office in Now York ... It says
that "th. planning and organization of the work were excellent" and
thai the examination of the accounts of the Jewish Agency's treas-
uiy officj in New York "proved that the books are kept m good
order" No faults whatsoever weiy found by Dr. Schmorak. di-
rector of the Comptroller's Office of the Jewish Agency, with any of
the Agercy's departments in New York Incidentally, a lot of the
ts foui >i by li:. Schmorak with the departments of the Jewish
icy ir. Israel, France and Switzerland pale significance after
:ig the a7-pagc reply of the Jewish Agency executive to Dr.
orak's c irges .If you wish to have a:-, idea how United
Appei ..... Igh the United Jewish Ap-
are being sp< nl here are the figures ... Of every UPA dol-
lar raised in 1951. 54 cents wss spent on agricultural settlement and
land development in Israel Twenty-three re : ts was spent on
initial absorption of immigrants, eight cents on transportation of im-
ni to 1 n el, '"-; 1 1 nts on youth 1 1 migratioi four cents on
ation, culture and other activities Only three cents was
on administration These figures come directly from the
ted Palestine App<' I |uarters in New York .
< ? *
MARCH OF TIME: A serene picture of Jewish spiritual life ir. the
1 towns of Eastern Europe is presented in a study made possible
Columbia University Research in Contemporary Cultures and
I v th-' American Jewish Committee The study, conducted by
r.oled anthropologists and sociologists, under the direction of Mark
Zcborowski and Elizabeth Herzog. has now made its appearance in
book form unc.T t'l? title Life Is With People ... In this 450-page
Kture and the beauty of small-town life of East European
v is brought forth with inspiring vivid: ess The small-town
-h hie described there so impressively has disappeared partly
1 f the Communist revolution and especially because of the
ilation of the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe by the
- This makes the book even more important, snice it Im-
lizes I ic culture of Jewish generations which no longer exists
. Americar Jews who immigrated to the United States from
HI 1 :.- : Eastern Europe will read the with nostalgia .
They will visualize the seienity of the observance of the Sabbath
which th \ have long forgot'.'n in this country / They will see
I 1 .! eyes the Shul and its atmosphere, t: e Cheider and its
, the b autiful family traditions, the Kosher home, each
.' v holidays, the feast and fast days. Trey will be trans-
: : ed back to the days of their youth and they will feel spiritually
by the fact that it was they who were really part and parcel
aningful and beautiful life American-born Jews
who know nothing of the spiritual traditions of their fathers and
grandfathers in the small towns of Eastern Europe will feel a s,nse
of fascination when reading this book They will discover the
moral values in the life of their forefathers and rot a few ol
will be inspired to think pare Jewish spiritual life of
ly with that 01 the pre-Nazi years in Europe .
First Braille Haggadah Published
I Young' Judaeaus
In Conclave At
lamp Tequewta
Greater Miami Jewish youths
age si through 14. representing
Young Judaea groups oyei tl e
area and many tion-affuiated
v ,,.. will begin a thn
. when the
. annual Pr( Senior Young
lave opens at Ca P
11 si .. Kend; II. Florida.
1 1
:pected to att< 1 I
tiona rding
S .\. Go( : an,
the Gri I Youth
C in which s] the
ave
Sv Friedman, director of the
. v it ( in, will
w< ekend program which
is schi duled I" include Frid
hi services conduct* d bj the
En Gev Chapter 1 I Young Ju-
daea; Saturday morning servi s
conducted by the Palmach Chap-
ter and cm. g s abbath program
given bv the Chaya Chapter.
Other highlights ol the Conclave
. will be Young Judaea mix. r,
educational sessions on Young
I Judaea. Israelie singing led by
Mary Ann Grobert, dan< lr.g led
by Dvorah Friedman and Amer-
, ican Square dancing at the me- | Young Judasan leaders shown planning a weekend Conclave
! dura on Saturday night led by scheduled for Camp Tequesta at the home of Mrs. H.-nry K. Sal-
loway. Top row (left to right) are Ruth Clein. Carol Newman and
Gertrude Migdal. Bottom row (left to right) are Judge Shapiro
and Marvin Friedman.
Rose Schine.
On Sunday, the group will en-
gage In an arts and crafts session
and also publish, a newspaper. In
the afternoon, a Bikurim will be
held to show children and parents
what has been accomplished dur-
ing the weekend. An extempor-
Young Adult* (Host Oneq Shabbat
Hold Patio I0anee\ Following the Friday evening
__ .. ,, _.._ ,1,. services of the Coral Gables Jew-
aneous speaking contest will also Th* Young Adult Moftht ^ Cente Dl. ;|nd M;s Ber_
be held at that time. Sports and Greater Miami Jewish Commun- l.d Yesneri of 318 Alld() ^
a maccabia are scheduled to 1 lty Center will ho d another of its an Qn
party-dances Sun day night y m h n.
sTietf ivS?eaSo?&*S J** ** born FebruS
round out the1 weekend.
Ilaskelball 4 lull
I 'o llosr Season
! an announcement by Stanley
' Rosen, president of the group.
At its meeting last Tuesday,
15th.
Don't be content to criticize
The Greater Miami Jewish the' League" presented "the March governmental faults. Correct
Community Center. Miami i of Time film, The Challenge, them with your ballot. Ri
, Branch. Varsity basketball team 1 The League meets every second 1 1 vote May t
is closing out another successful j Tuesday night and holds dances
season, following last year's 12- on alternate Sunday nights.
winore-Loss record.
The Center club, which last
week defeated Edison Center 72-
57. when all-city Ed Klima scored
11 for the losers and Fred Blu-
menthal made 16 for the host
Maccabee Pythians Meet
The Maccabee Lodge No. 182.
Knights of Pythias, will hold a
First Rank on Tuesday evening.
March 25th. 8:30 p.m., at the
SeS.ef^owing,5ioS SS ?ifere.h
on its home floor: Wednesday *
evening. March 19th. 8 p.m.. vs.
Metropolitan Eagles: Monday e\-
! ening, March 24th. 8 p.m., vs.
Northwest YMCA: Wednesday
'evening, March 26th, 8 p.m., vs.
j West Flagler: and Wednesday
j evening. April 2nd. 8 p.m., vs.
I University Fraternity Tau Ep-
| silon Phi.
In preparation for the 4th an-
I nual All-Miami Jewish Commun-
I ity Center Men's Softball intra-
murals, a meeting of team repre-
I sentatives will be held at the
LEGAL NOTICE_________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14829''
FRIEDA HANNA CARPENTER,
Plaintiff,
-against -
I't-WIT'i Jll.li- CARPENTER,
1 tefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOL", DeWITT JULIO CARPENTER,
RCA Engineer, Code 127A, Pearl
Harbor Naval Shipyard Navy
#128, F.P.o., San Francisco,
California
Center gymnasium on Wednes- ?re hereby notified thai a Bill of
dav .veiiiny March 2(ith K nm i<""plalnl I Dlvorci ting been r ed
aa\ evening, widicn loin, a p.m., ^,,,u>! yoU| .,,,., yoo ,,. required to
, to make plans for round room serve a copy of your Anawei or Plead-
play beginning next month".
BLIND JEWISH YOUNGSTER
reads the "Four Questions"
from braille Haggadah pub-
lished by I. Knkrji h & Sons.
The Kosher food manufacturer,
in cooperation with the New
York Guild for the Jewish
Blind, is making available free
copies of the braille book for
the first time in the history of
Judaism. The inspiring cere-
mony that has endeared itself
to the younger members of the
mily will now be shared with
se who cannot see.
Tetley Tea Makes
Passover Special
In preparation : r Passover,
when Jewish housewives make
up their shopping lists for their
holiday needs, it's natural for
Ins t" the Hill nf Complaint on tli
Plaintiff* attorney, .Mtriiric .1
Al'UUST, 922 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court on or
before the 17th day <>f April. 1952. If
you fail i" da s>.. Judgment bj default
will be taken against you for the re-
lemanded In the Bill of 1 'om-

i" iXE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thin 19th day "f March, 1952
K II I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, I lorlda
them to put down Tetley Tea on "'" a% ^'iV HARDIB,
Deput) Clerh
ARTHl'R I ACaCBT
Attorney for Plaintiff
:--' s. ybold liu
Miami, Plorl la
3 21-29 t 1-11
: such lists. Thousands upon I
ands of Jewish housewives 1
know from experience
that Tetley Tea is the finest tea
'" y 1 an Met for enjoyment on
'Passover and the year around.
The aroma and flavor of Teilev
Tea cannot be matched. In Tet-
ley Tea the finest quality teas
I are blended to give a perfect bal-
ance in flavor and color and in
I tea-drinking enjoyment. Tetlej
tea. Tea drinkers
have been enjoying Tetley for
more than a hundred years, an
Tetley enjoys the recognition of
being the finest.
Jewish people who appreciate ,,':,''' ,";'U"M
a hearty, refreshing and invigor-
ating cup of tea, rave found that
Tetley satisfies in every way.
Tetley Tea must not be tors ttei
ion the Passover shopping 1 [)
Tea is used th. md, how-
much more will :t $ link-
ing pleasure dui ing 1
Remember the name T I
Tea.
T ich :. 1, the fine
: .--
Don't be content to criticize
faults. C
with your ballot, i,
;and vote May 6th.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 14827C
I JOSEPH JAMES COSTELLO,
Plaintiff
VIVIAN I'OSTELLO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VIVIAN i-iiSTKI.i.ii
North 2nd S:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
''.'' her. by notified thai a Bill
;'. < omplalnl for Divorce has been
re-
I your .\ ns- ,
Plead r to thi Bill .>r Com-
" the Piaintlrf'i Attorney,
" ng, Miami, Florida and fii. the orig-
in*! Answei or Pleading in Hi, of-
the Clerk ..f the circuit C
on <>i b< roi 1 ,iM- o| April. '
; 11 you fall to do so, Judgmenl

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r labels
l>J ilflault will utnlnm rnu _l nf
,,. ,, lheal of approval of
M .ml, THE UNION OF OKin
h-A" IFWKH CONGREGATIONS
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piDAY. MARCH 21, 1952
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IN THE MAIL
Jewish Floridian
Pear Sir,
It is very important to call to
the attention of Jewish families
th.,( your Rabbi visits the hospi-
tals frequently, but he has no
knowledge whether members or
non-members are confined unless
he is advised. The records of hos-
pitals do not indicate the religion
of the patient or whether he de-
sires visitations from those who
are interested in the welfare of
the sick.
We believe that if the "Mitz-
vah" cf "visiting the sick" is be-
ing neglected when people are
confined to hospitals or homes, it
is due to the oversight on the part
of families who do not advise
their Rabbi or Congregation of
such cases.
We have always maintained
that visiting the sick is one of
our fundamental precepts, ar.d
when we hear a recurring com-
plaint. "I belong to this Congre-
gation or Organization and no
on as shown the courtesy of a
visit," n ost assuredly it is due to
the lack of information.
We ask the cooperation of all
n carrying through this great
Mitzvah" of "visiting the sick."
Rabbi Max Shapiro,
President, Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami.
Ratner, Blank
ILVail Drive
N>i! Ratner and Jerry Blank
: ave been appointed to head the
Miami Beach division of the
alumni campaign to raise $1,000,-
000 for the Bowman Ashe Me-
morial Building at the University
of Miami, it was announced here.
President of the Beach Alumni
Chapter. Ratner will direct the
over-all campaign, while Blank
will coordinate major gifts activ-
ities. Some $241,000 have thusfar
been collected toward the con-
struction of the Ashe Building.
Fithian Studios
Have Dance Show
The Ninth Annual Fithian
Studios Dance Show, to be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m.. May 2nd, in
the Dade County Auditorium,
will be filmed in sound and color.
"Something new will be tried,"
says Chalmers B. Fithian, direc-
tor, 'for as far as we know, this
will be the first time a dance
recital has ever been profession-
ally i limed in Florida." Among
films Kithian's staff has produced
are a special sequence for the
Seaboard Railroad, a documen-
tary film called The Wine Story,
American Hotel Association
Convention film and Magic
Maine with Bill Stern.
"Dancing students will have an
opportunity this year to see them-
selves perform," continued Fith-
ian, "fur our entire performance
will be filmed in 16mm color-
sound, and a special intermission
has bun planned to photograph
audience".
Flamingo Chapter
Holds Luncheon
Flamingo Chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, will
hold its third Annual Donor
Luncheon at the Vagabond Club
on March 25th, 11:30 a.m.
Richard D. Berenson, president
of the National Officers and
Board of Governors of the Home
will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Arthur Chasen is general
chairman and tickets may be
purchased by contacting Mrs.
Leslie Fairmont. Proceeds go to
the National Children's Cardiac
Home.
A complete Vagabond show
will follow the Luncheon, star-
ring the Vagabonds and featuring
famed girl violinist Maria Neglia.
Hold Package Party
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will hold a pack-
age party on Sunday evening,
March 30th, at 8 p.m. Donated
packages will be auctioned.
Thursday Rally To
Welcome McCarty
Copa City will be the scene on
Thursday afternoon, March 27th.
of a get-together and Tea Party
For Dan McCarty, when Miami
Bearh supporters of the guberna-
torial candidate will assemble to
salute the Fort Pierce business-
man and his wife.
According to the program di-
rectors, "the accent will be on
entertainment," with a gala show
to be staged from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. Refreshments will be serv-
ed, and an opportunity to "get
together for an afternoon of so-
cial amenities" will be provided
the friends of McCarty who are
expected to fill the main room of
the Dade Boulevard club. Admis-
sion is free.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Gracie Bar-
rie and Mrs. Charles Smith have
accepted co-chairmanship of the
women's rally, with others ex-
pected to be added before the
week is over. Already slated to
appear on the entertainment por-
tion of the program are perform-
ers of the Bar of Music show,
with pianists Bill Jordan and
David Elliott heading the bill
which includes comedian Arne
Sultan, singer Beth Challis and
Harvey Bell.
The afternoon will mark Mc-
carty's first appearance in the
area since his kick-off campaign
speech earlier this month at Bay-
front Park, where some 5,000
persons filled the auditorium to
hear the candidate. The sudden
death of his mother on March
10th, had interrupted the candi-
date's schedule of speaking en-
gagements resumed this week.
"The women of this area are
taking an active part in the cam-
paign for governorship of the
State of Florida, so that good,
clean and honest government will
be assured. The program we have
arranged for next Thursday will
be entertaining and informative.
A large group of volunteers will
see to it that everyone is com-
fortable," Mrs. Glasser stated, in
urging a large attendance at
Copa City on the 27th.
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Obituaries
EMMA KKASNEK
**. of i i ... s\V 1st Street, passed
away on March Kith, at her resi-
dence. Mrs. Krasner in survived by
her husband, Jacob, one son, David
and two daughters, Estelle and An-
ne! te. She also leaven three brother*.
Max. Irvln and Allen Shohat. and
one sister, Mary. Bervlcai war* on
Sunday at the Miami Beach River-
side, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
rielatina. Interment was on Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
BAMUEL SIMtlNcl
fi\ of IMH SW nil, Street, passed
away Wednesday March 12th, at his
residence, He is survived by his wife,
Anna, two sons, Morris and Arthur,
and two daughters, Pearl and Hea-
trica. Remains were sent to New
York City for services and Interment
by "Tlie Miami Riverside".
MEYER V. GOIA'B
51. died on Monday at his home, 810
Alton Road. He Is survived by his
wife, a daughter, Beukle, and two
brothers, Julius and Charles. Services
were at the Heach Memorial Chapel
with interment on Mount Sinai Ceme-
tery.
SARAH GUTKIN
66, of 3351 SW 18th Street, passed
away Sunday In a local hospital.
Khe Is survived by her husband. Elie.
one son, Jack, and one daughter,
Mrs. Freda Habcr. Services were an
Montlay at "The Miami Riverside",
with interment on Mount Nels, Ceme-
tery.
Hi I8E N1S8ENBAUM
52, of an sinbad Avenue, "pa Locka,
passed away Tuesday, March 11th, in
a local hospital, She is survived by
two daughters, Edythe and Ruth. Re-
mains were sent to Newark. New Jer-
sey, for services and interment by
"The Miami Riverside".
JACOH GOLDSTEIN
88. of 7920 Byron Avenue, Miami
Beach, passed away in a local hos-
pital on March Ttii Remains were
sent to Brooklyn, New York, for
services and interment by the Reach
Memorial Chapel.
ISIDORE OLIVER
511. of 2033 Indian Creek Drive, passed
BWay March 9th, in a local hospital.
He is survived by his wife, Anna.
Remains were sent to Jersey City.
New Jersey, for services ami inter-
ment by the Beach Memorial Chapel.
HERMAN KOWER
f,o. of (940 Bay Drive, passed away
March 11th, Mr. Kower is survived
by his wife. Malvina. Remains were
sent to Chicago, Illinois, by the
Beach Memorial chapel.
GERTRUDE MARCOVITZ
St, of i il'ii Ocean Drive. Miami Beach,
passed away in a local hospital on
March 12th. Mrs. Marcovlts is sur-
vived by her husband. Abraham. Re-
mains were sent to Montreal, Can-
ada, for services ami Interment by
the Beaoh Memorial Chapel.
WILLIAM IKltTEI.
fill, died on March 15th, in a local
hospital. He is survived by his wife,
Lilly. Remains were sent to Cleve-
land, nhlo, by the Beach Memorial
Chapel for services and Interment.
11KRMA N NATHA NS( >N
53, of 1312 Ocean Drive, passed away
on starch 15th, in a local hospital. He
Is survived by his wife, Frieda, Re-
mains were sent to New York City
for services and interment by the
Heach Memorial Chapel.
NATHAN STEINBERG
70, died in a local hospital on March.
15th. He is survived by his sons.
Norman. Emanuel and Ijco, propri-
etors of the Delano Hotel. Miami
Rearh. Mr. Steinberg also leaves a
sister. Victoria Clyne. Remains were
sent to New York City for services
and Interment by the Heach Memorial
Chapel.
SAM KARI'
SW 18th Terrace, died
March 15th, while ,-nroule
t in an auto accident. He
by his wife. Sadye. Mr.
leaves two sisters, Sherry
and two brothers, Harry
Services were on Mon -
Beach Memorial chapel.
Morris Shop officiating,
.as on Mount Nebo C.me-
47. of 3680
suddenly on
to Key Wes
is survived
Karp also I
and Dora,
and Isidore
day at the
with Rabbi
Interment \v
tcry.
BAM BTOLLBR
70, of 231 Washington Avenue, died
on the 17th. at his residence. He is
survived by his wife. Lillian. Remains
were sent to New York City for serv-
ices and interment by the Beach
Memorial Chapel.
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MORRIS BINGEB
82, of 1028 Michigan Avenue, died In
a Beach hospital on March 13th. Ho
is survived by his wife Julia, ami by
one son. Harold, of Hollywood. He
also leaves three daughters, Charlotte.
Anna and Sadye. Services were on
March Mtli. at the Miami Beach
Riverside, with Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off officiating. Interment was on
Mount Sinai Cemetery.
ISRAEL SCHUMANN
72, died on March 14th, In n Beach
hospital He Is survived l3 Iwo sons,
s.iin and Irving, and threi daugh-
ters Mis Gertrude Penrlman, Mrs,
David Zellls and Mrs P Bussman.
Remains were sent to Cleveland. Ohio,
for services and Interment bj the
Miami Beach Riverside.
BENJAMIN JACOBS
no. died iii a Miami Beach
resided
hospital
i March Mih. He resided .it 9911
Trouvllle Esplanade, Normandj Isle
lie ii survived by Ids wife. Pauline,
two sons. Stanford and Marvin, two
brothers, Jack and .lames, and t.wo
sisters, Rieca and Evelyn, Services
were on March 1 Ith. al the Miami
Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Leon
Kronlsh officiating, interment was on
Mount N.bo Cemetery.
IlYMAX BERK MAN
fifi. of 2729 Collins Avenue, died
March 14th. II.
wife. Sarah, and
ami daughters
Pittsburgh,
on
survived by his
D) several son-
Rent ins were sent to
nnsvlvania. for serv-
ices ami Interment
Reach Riverside,
by the Mian,:
CARRIE BERGER
7 ,' ,' ,1 on March 17th Ml Berger is
survived bj two brothers and two
vis(,.rS SelvicS VVele at the Miami Bench Riverside, with
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21 m
Florida's Political Activities
Rosenhouse Calls
Apathy Intolerable
Pointing to the recent case of a
defendant's being held in custody
for more than a year before being
tried. M. H. Rosenhouse, candi-
date for County Solicitor, declar-
ed early this week that such a
condition is intolerable, undemo-
cratic and against the very prin-
c:ples Americans have fought to
protect all these years.
Rosenhouse, who spoke before a
group of campaign workers at his
headquarters, 479 West Flagler
Street, said. "The lackadaisical
ar.d apathetic treatment of krown
criminals in Dade County is a
disgrace upon its citizens who
spend more than a hundred thou-
sand dollars in the County Solici-
tor's office." Over two hundred
persons attended the affair.
JllStfcp Holier!k
States Attitude
On Court. People
Ir. a brief statement early this
week. Supreme Court Justice B.
K. Roberts, candidate for re-elec-
tion to the post he presently
holds, said: "I deeply appreciate
the confidence the people show-
ed in me by electing me without
opposition to fill out the unex-
cired term of former Justice Paul
D. Barnes."
Making refererce to his nom-
ination and election without op-
position two years ago. Roberts
added:
"I am now seeking a full term
and if re-elected, expect to con-
tinue to place all my energies
and what professionaj ability I
have, wholeheartedly in the serv-
ice of the- people of Florida. I
believe our courts should be a
bulwark of the people's freedom
and a citadel against any kind of
( ppression or wrongdoing. My
service' on the court will con-
tinue to reflect this basic philos-
ophy."
Bailey Opens
Campaign Quarters
State School Superintendent
Thomas D. Bailey, candidate for
re-election in the coming primar-
] ies. has opened official campaign
headquarters in Tallahassee.
The office will be managed by
Mrs. Bailey, who staffed Bailey's
campaign office in his successful
race for the top school post four
i years ago.
Bailey is basing his campaign
'for re-election on the gains made
in Florida's schools since he took
I office with a pledge "to contin-
I ue to do all ir. my power to keep
j Florida's schools marching ahead
| as thev have during the past
three years.
'The last three years have been
significant in Florida education."
Bailey said, "and the people of
Florida ^an be justly proud of
the progress that has been made
in their schools."
Full and adequate financing of
the Minimum Foundation Pro-
gram is listed by Bailey as one
of the most important gains in
education in the past three years.
"The Minimum Foundation
Program, designed with a maxi-
mum of local control to provide
every' hoy and girl in Florida
with equal educational opportun-
ities, has been protected and fi-
nanced in full.
"This program, now the pattern
of education in other states, has
enabled our schools to make gi-
ant strides in improving educa-
tional opportunities for our child-
ren." the veteran Florida educa-
tor said.
I Mr. Haliv
Seek* Ottiee
I
Pollv Rose Balfe. editor and
I publisher of The Redland District
News. Homestead. Florida, last
| week qualified as a candidate lor
: National Democratic Committee-
| woman of Florida, by paying her
qualifying fee to Secretary of
'State R. A Gray, at the State
Capitol. Tallahassee.
Mrs. Balfe served Florida as
National Democratic Committee-
i woman in 1944. having been elec-
j ted by the State Democratic
' Executive Committee to fill out
, the unexpired term of the late
: Mrs. Enid Broward Hardee. Mrs.
' Balfe was a member of the Ar-
I rangemerts Committee of the
1 Democratic National Convention
; of that vear, in Chicago.
"In seeking the post of Na-
tional Democratic Committee-
: woman, to represent the citizens
of Florida, it is with a sincere
\ wish of encouraging them to more
actively support their govern-
ment and unite in an effort to
make the country better because
; they have participated," the can-
didate said.
Fitzgerald, Taylor
To Manage
Gordon Campaign
Circuit Judge J. Fritz Gordon
I announced last week the appoint-
ment of Joseph M. Fitzgerald, at-
i tornev of 748 Majorca Avenue,
| Coral Gables, as manager of his
campaign for election to the of-
fice he now holds.
At the same time, Judge Gor-
don announced the appointment
, of Dr. C. William Taylor as Pub-
i lie Relations manager for his
| campaign headquarters at 145
i NE 2nd Street.
Fitzgerald is a native of Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania, from
Justice B. K. Roberts
Turk Promises
Equal Interest
In All Districts
County Commissioner Harold
Turk in a special statement to
the Dade County press early this
week cmnhasized his determina-
tion to give equal consideration
to problems outside his own dis-
trict while a member of the Board
of Countv Commissioners.
"It i.< a mistake." said Com-
missioner Turk, "to believe that
one part of Dade county can pros-
per without the others" It is also
a mistake to think that while
commissioners are elected from
each of the five districts they
should only concern themselves
with problems of their own dis-
trict. The fact that the vote is
county-wide for each, commission-
er is the best argument against
that kind of thinking. And I. of
course, shall always be guided
bv an all-county principle.''
The Commissioner said he
found it necessary to issue this
statement in view of the fact that
many voters think each district
elects its own commissioner.
"Each district qualifies its candi-
dates." lie emphasized, "but vot-
ters in Dade county vote on all
of the candidates, regardless of
the district they represent on the
commission."
Gautier Lists
Activities As
State Senator
More than three times as much
state money came home to Dade
county during the fiscal year end-
ing in 1951. as during the year
ending in 1947, according to state
senator R. B. "Bunn" Gautier.
"A total of 815.927,425.07 in
state money was received by
Dade County during the fiscal
year ending 1951, as contrasted
with S4.963.753.49 in 1947," he
said.
Senator Gautier was elected to
the State Senate in 1948. He is
now a candidate for re-election.
The figures released here were
checked by James I. Keller,
prominent CPA and civic leader.
"Mr. Keller's check of my fig-
ures will put an end to baseless
accusations." Gautier said. "I
have already spiked charges of
Palmer Urges
Tax Revisions
Perrine Palmer, Jr., candidate
for the State Senate, late last
week called for a greater return
to Dade county of Tax money col-
lected here.
"In 1950-51 our county's citi-
zens were forced to pay almost
SI.500.000 to the state in intang-
ible taxes alone," Palmer said.
"All other 66 counties in Florida
combined paid less than twice the
amount wrung from Dade coun-
ty."
Palmer pledged when elected,
to work for revision of present
tax laws to give Dade county a
fairer return on taxes.
"A state senator representing
all the people of his county would
not allow them to take such a
beating." Palmer declared.
Meanwhile, the candidate for
State Senate, has named Henry
H. Taylor, Jr. to manage his cam-
paign. Taylor successfully headed
Palmer's campaign committee in
his last race for Miami city com-
mission.
In addition to the appointment
of Taylor, Palmer has announced
that attorney Daniel G. Satin will
serve as his State campaign
treasurer.
where he entered the servi
an Ensign in the US Na-e?s
1942 He now hold, ^S 2
Lieutenant Commander ?n ,h
naval reserve. He is -, Jne
of the law firm F tzwral?^
Wallace, with office i X &
Pont Building. the Du'
Dr. Taylor has ju completed
an assignment with the FWu
State Road Departm,n,'s *,
and planning division as suner
visor of origin and destination
survey. He is a retired Chiro
praetor, formerly of Alabama and
Arizona. lu
Palermo
absenteeism with a statement by
Robert W. Davis, secretary of the
Senate, that I introduced and
passed more bills in 1949 and j Jewish Community life of West
1951, than any other senator."
Peter Palermo
To Seek Office
Peter R. Palermo, three-time
Mayor of West Miami, has an-
nounced his candidacy for the of.
fice of Justice of
; the Peace, Dis-
trict No. 3.
An Assistant
County Solicitor
for the past year
and a half and
a City Judge of
West Miami, Pa-
lermo is a grad-
uate of Pennsyl-
vania State Col-
lege and the
University o f
Miami Law
School. He is a
member of the Dade County and
Florida Bar Associations.
The candidate is a veteran of
World War II, and served some
3 years overseas in Africa, Italy
and other sections of the Euro-
pean Theater. He was a recipient
of the Bronze Star, embellished
by 6 Battle Stars.
Currently a practicing attorney
here, he is a member of the Dade
County Slum Clearance Commit-
tee, past secretary-treasurer of
the Lions lub, charter president
of the West Miami Lions Club,
a member of .the Greater West
Miami Youth Foundation, the
Parent-Teachers Association, the
' Coral Gables Post No. 98, Ameri-
can Legion, the West Miami Civic
League, the Italian-American
Voters League and many other
organizations and fraternities.
He has also been active in
Miami.
LEONARD A. LEVINE
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Ckesi Holds
}U>vtinti* To
fete Victory
A ntly concluded the
fill campaign in its
the Community Chest
of six meetings to
. [he outstanding results
'. [952 drive for funds.
Of the six meetings, five were
/, sessions and planning clinics
, volunteers received credit
for their work done. They also
| name new leaders of the
for the coming year.
A final. j;eneral victory dinner
brought together the top com-
,...m,tv leadership. The area
;.;,, os were on March 17th and
18th The annual meeting took
place in 'he Biscayne Terrace
Hotel "n the 18th.
Cjsi of the area meetings was
underwritten by Leonard L.
Atess. chairman of the Chest Ex-
ecutive Committee, and guests
at the final meeting payed their
. ecks.
Music Festival
Set For Sunday
Und.r t c motto, A People
That Sings Lives; A People That
Lives Sin:.-, t'.ie Jewish Music
Conned of Greater Miami will
present a Musit Festival on Sun-
day i vermin. March 23rd, 8:30
p.m., in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Five choruses including some
120 voices, 10 vocal soloists, a
Chamber orchestra, a dance group
of Sabras and the renowned" 'cel-
list Jean Bedetti, will make up
the program. Choral groups par-
ticipating are The Cantors' Asso-
ciation, Hadassah, Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sho-
lem Sisterhood and Temple Is-
rael.
Soloists will include Miriam
Donnerstag, Judy Drucker, Mary
Wynn, Gertrude Berlin. Mrs. Ber-
tie Long Benjamin, Leon Schiff
and Irving Kelemer. Narrators of
the script will be StaSiley Myers,
Judge Kerncth Oka and Mrs.
Harold Turk.
Beth Sho.'.'m Sisterhood Choral Grouo wh;ch wi
Council's Festival Sunday include ("seated from
son, Jacob C. Fishman, Morris H. Slrassberg, Ha
Nathan Neillich, Jack Roser.ihal. David R. God
dames Meyer Epstein. M. H. Ro*enhouse. Albert
h'arman Fried, accompanist, Samuel Berlin, Alb
Morris Goldin. Third row: The Mesdames Harry
Michael Mersel. David M. Git on, William Loeb.
11 participate in the Greater Miami Jewish Music
left, first row): The Mesdames Samuel S. Jacob-
rold Wynn, Cantor iMillllI Kelemer, director,
lin snd Miss Rhea Ketz. Second row: The Mes-
Kronowilz. Louis Shapiro. Irving B. Kaplan, Mr.
erf Roth, Edward Feiton. Samuel PollJck and
A. Gordon. Alexander Kogan, Samuel Kelemer,
Louis Goldman and Edward Sonn.
Brandeis Banquet Assures Scholarships
Branddis Camp graduate Miss Arlene Laub presenting tha last
check to Mr. Louis H. Boyer. chairman of the Brandeis Fellowship
Benquet, which brought the total raised to over $100,000, thus
erabling hundreds of scholarships to te given to qualified youth
leaders throughout the USA and Canada.
ry city, college and youth
ization in the nation will
able to qualify for schol-
to the Brandeis Camp In-
as a result of $100,000 rais-
announced Louis H.
B chairman of the Brandeis
lign Committee to a gath-
ol 600 leading citizens of
Angeles Jewish commun-
nbled at the Brandeis Fel-
ip b.mquet held in the Am-
lo Hole] recently.
cing the affair was an ar-
program of Hebrew music,
a: d script directed by
Max Helfman and Alan
1 nl' New York.
Mr. Yoland D. Markson, na-
tional vice president of the Bran-
deis Youth Foundation, was the
featured speaker. National mem-
bers of the Foundation Board, Mr.
Louis Levir.e of Boston, and Mr.
A; E. Goodman of New York,
flew to Los Aengeles to partici-
jpate in the banquet.
Brandeis camps last summer
had in attendance over 400 youth
leaders between the ages of 18 to
25, representing 4E states and
over 200 communities. Devoted to
the development of Jewish lead-
ership in America, the Brandeis
Youth Foundation is directed by
Dr. Schlomo Bardin.
Announce BIG
Day Total Here
Greater Miami's BIG Day cam-
paign has announced a total of
$447,450 in sales from February
10th to date. Grand Marshal Jos-
eph Cherncr reported late this
week to Dr. Morris Goodman,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Committee for Bonds of Israel
Government.
Work on the BIG Day drive
here could not begin until Feb-
ruary 13th. C'r.crner asserted, as
the community had only recently
completed the Mid-winter Na-
tional Conference at the Saxony
Hotel On February 3rd.
The idea for a Greater Miami
! BIG Day was approved at a
i meeting February 6th, of the Na-
| tional Campaign Cabinet for
Florida at the Shelbourne Hotel,
and a week later Cherner accept-
ed the position of BIG Day Grand
Marshal.
A joint meeting of the Coun-
cil of Organizations and the
Women's Division at the Royal
Palm Hotel. February 17th,
launched BIG Day on the organ-
izational level.
Another cabinet meeting, Feb-
| ruary 29th. was the occasion for
] the announcement that Baron de
j Hirsch Meyer. Miami Beach busi-
! ness and civic leader, had accept-
I ed the chairmanship of a Stars
I Over Israel rally slated for March
10th.
Seymour B. Liebman, chairman
I Of the Council of Organizations,
and Mrs. Harry Gersten, chair-
man of the Women's Division,
then were enlisted as vice chair-
men.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer (right), chairman of the recent Stars Over
Israel Purim Fiesta, congratulates Jacob Fishman on winning a
free trip to Israel for selling the most State of IsihA Bonds during
the BIG Day campaign from February 10th to March 10th. Fish-
man, who owns .and operates the Waldorf Towers Hotel in Miami
Beach, is an active member of the Miami Beach ZOA, Farband and
Temple Beth Sholom. Not content with selling some S18.000 in
bonds during the time limit, he added an additional S2.500 March
11thpushing his month's total well past the $20,000 mark. Fish-
man will go to Israel this sumn.. Showr. above are Rabbi Hersch Kohn. center, and Rabbi Dr. J. H-
Ralbag, right, in the Minute Maid plant, Plymouth, FJorida. on
u '..,>.....;..________ _.. i__i..j.j _ii niini< nf the Minute
supervisory inspection which included all plants of the Mi""1"
Me.d Corporation. They found that Jewish dietary ry#jmw
[or Passover and the year around are fully met by the following
Minute Maid concentrated, fresh froxen products: Grange Juice.
Grapefruit Juice, Tangerine Juice end Orange and Grapefruit
B>end. The Rabbis issued their approval and assure the J*Wt*n
Public that the above-named products are acceptable for Pass-
over use even by tha most Orthodox. Rabbi Hersch Kohn ii
Rabbi of Congregation Tifereth Israel of Hiverside. New YorK.
Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ralbag is Rabbi of Congregation Chav. Sholom.
New York, and is member of the Agudath Ha-RabaninuWUh
puS. *** ""^ Cra"' m----r" ol MtoUt# PlTmutb
Red Cross Views
Goal Thru March
Red Cross Week became offic-
ial in Opa Locka after a Kick-Off
I Coffee Monday morning. The
I Red Cross Fund Campaign there
I is sponsored by the Opa Locka
I Women's Club with Mrs. Kath-
' ryn Druhari serving as chairman
and Mrs. Ethel K. Brown as as-
sistant chairman.
1 Workers will be recruited from
! other women's clubs, and the
tempo will be set for "a fast,
quick campaign." lasting from
March 17th to March 21st.
The same enthusiasm which ex-
ists in El Portal after the com-
pletion of a unique 3 hour cam-
paign, was evident in other com-
munities.
Mrs. George E. Batcheller,
chairman of the South Miami,.
Kendall and Perrine Residential
Area, reports that first indica-
tions are good. Mrs. Edward B.
Styles, Jr.. is co-chairman. Mr.,
William L. Garrison is chairman
of the Business Section of these
3 municipalities.
In the Hialeah Business Sec-
tion, chairman Mell Mai kham de-
clared "business people are ready
to give. It's iust a matter of call-
in:' on therri." Additional workers
are needed -here as they arc in all
other sections of Dado County,"
John B. Turner. Campaign chair-
man indicated early this week.
Forging ahead into third place
in the campaign. Is the Dental
Division, of which Dr. L. L. Lund
is chairman. It has already
achieved 66'"; of its quota. The
same percentage is also shown by
the Miami Springs Division, ol
which Mr. and Mrs. R. D. White
are co-chairmen.
Fifty percent of the Miami
Shores quota is in on the third
day of its campaign, according to
Mrs. Jack Pentecost and Charles
Greenholt, co-chairmen. They ex-
pect .to finish their solicitatioh
by Monday.
Alex S. Cobra is presented with a twenty-five year service button
by W. Keith Phillips. Branch Manager of the Sun Life Assurance
Company of Canada. Mr. Cohen came to Miami from Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania, in 1940, and has since been identified with many
Jewish Welfare activities. He is a rr.jmber of the B'nai B'rith.
Beth David Synagogue ard Hibiscus Masonic Lodge.
Congressman Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.. (D-New York), and Coun-
ty Commissioner Harold Turk exchange political words at the
Hotel Lord Tarleton. Both are campaigning for re-election to thair
respective offices.
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\E
OQD
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SEC. E
Sees German
Denazification
Harsh And
Unjust
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Orchids I has another interesting American
angle. A little more than a year
ago a Southerner named Robert
Miller, owner of a large tobacco
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women is rapidly assuming
a leading role in the campaign
for civil liberties. Unlike some -------- oo;pH
of our organizations which seem- plantation in Florida received a
ed to be displaying a proclivity j telephone call. Would he go to
toward timidity as the forces of
reaction in the country were
gaining momentum, the Council
has shown mounting awareness
of the dangerous trend and of the
need to combat the evil through
agressive action. Its recently
launched campaign to counter in-
ternal threats to civil liberties by
making freedom itself a crusad-
ing cause merits the attention
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
The use by West German Presi-
dent Theodor Heuss of a nation-
wide radio speech commemorat-
ing a Reich version of Brother-
hood Week to urge the Christian
world to solidify its rarks and
assail American authorities for and praise of au people to whomjaone wiwi i""** ..-.
attempting to implement a de- the preservation of democracy | of Israel bonds in the uniwa
nazification program drew bitter eDitorr>izes the struggle against! States, will eliminate tne o
............ '.., .,- .1- f.,... Tnurich fl ....!:.___1___I & TntPTctmQ Trend
Israel and teach the people there
how to grow American-type to-
bacco? Within a week the good
Baptist was off to Israel and it
was under his supervision that
the tobacco crop in Kfar Schmuel
was planted. The tobacco grown
in Israel, Miller says, is a little
too "salty" but he is sure irriga-
tion of the land, which is being
ing cause merits tne attention won i "'""-,"-. th_ _aip
a^d praise of all people to whom done with proceed from the sale
nazification program drew Ditter [ epit0m
comment this week from Jewish j afj DI
i leaders here.
.ruggle agauisi ">" --.-
all brands of totalitarianism, | An Interesting Trend
whether of the Joe Stalin or Joe j A possible indication
of the
of American
it-dueis r.eie. | whether of the Joe btann or joe i a possioiu mui
While assailing the "racial hat- McCarthy type. Mrs. Joseph Wil- cultural direction
red" of the Nazis. Heuss gave al- ier chairman of the Council's Jewry may be found in the m-
,most equal billing in his address ( national committee on education I teresting fact that of all the books
to an attack on the US for its and sociai action, was on firm j issued last year by the Jewin
i ^ttoninis to His-rantle Oerman .........,4 .v.nn ,u mnonilv Hp- DuKlifatinn Society of America
lu uil Jlium Kin nit- \jj .. .- ang SOCiai UCHOn, was Ull linn
I attempts to dismantle German ground when she recently de-
1 factories and to arrest former ciared that repressive trends had
Nazis. I made it abundantly clear by now
Even hi> brief references tojtnat Americans who sincerely
Jews "Brotherhood Week was | want to retain freedom of belief
d in Gerrrany as
Publication Society of America
the top seller was a philosophy o.
religion Dr. Abraham J. Hes-
chel's Man Is Not Alone. At the
turn of the year the book showed
d*.v.w; irvina Miller, Zionist leader, shown being met al the air-
,i U Fred K Shoch'.t, publisher of the Jewish Floridian and i inaugurated In Gerrrany as >n and speech will have to fight out a sale of 5,000 copies, or an estl-
MPtrooolitan chairman of the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal. the US to promote understanding | the battle for it by making active mated 2 000 above its closest m-
Mclr between Jews and Christians" personal defenses of the right to al. Published jointly by the Jew-
the West German politician edg- | express unorthodox as well as I ish Publication Society and Fat-
ed in a plea for solidarity within | orthodox views. rar, Straus and Young, it has en-
A Timely Note Joyed a combined sale of 7.501)
Announce Academy Annual Meeting
Dr David S. Andron, president
Hebrew Academy, early
of TN uv> -------------
this week announced that an An-
nual Meeting will be held in the
Acaden v Auditorium on Monday
evening, March 24th, at 8 p.m.
Dr Ar.dron further announced
that i lection of a slate of 60 mem-
bus for the new Board of Direc-
tors will take place at the meet-
ing Of this slate, 20 members will
ted to serve for a period
(I one year, twenty for a period
oi two years and twenty for a
three year term.
Lewis M. Escott, chairman of
the Committee on Nominations,
will present the slate for the elec-
tions. Serving on the Nomina-
tions Committee are Daniel
Broad, Harry Genet, Isidore Gold-
berg, Samuel Grundwerg, Solo-
mon Lobol. Samuel Reinhard,
Samuel Sakols, Jack Satin, and
Benjamin Sherry.
the Christian world.
"Brotherhood is just as import-
comrrittees: Admissions Board.
Lewis M. Escott: Building and
Exp
na
House Jack Satin; and Wine l jjjjj-^ ^at"*tj^ word brother
Project. Solomon Loel A report, |h w t be exhausted in
on all aspects of the educational .. wisri.rhristian complex."
ewis M. Escort. Bui.ding and I f h a, relations bc.
xpansion. Isidore Goldberg; Fi- d ithin tne
ance. Samuel M. G.undwerg: g ^ pHcuss said,
[ouse. Jack Satin, and Wine | ... -h t ,.tne word brother-
program will be delivered by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal.
Reports will also be given by
the chairmen of the Academy's
affiliated organizations: Hebrew
Academy Women, Mrs. Samuel
Cohen; Hebrew Academy Women
of Miami, Mrs. Irving Rubinstein;
Room Mothers, Mrs. Alexander
Kogan; and Fathers' Club, Irving
Firtel.
, ^ t a ^a I copies and is now being reprinted
With our Irish friends ready | v nd edition The volume
themselves for the great event dislinct contribution to Jew-
it is appropriate to recall that thinking. However, it is this
the late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise s" ""."K0*inion that Dr. Hes-
Ddddies Play Ball
the Jewish-Christian complex.
Admitting that some kind of
denazification process was neces-
sary at the close of the war.
Heuss nevertheless bitterly
charged that "the Americans
have long ago recognized the
hardness and injustice of the
automatic arrests of former Nazis
after the war as well as the stupid
pedantry of denazification."
Jewish leaders here viewed the
speech as important since Heuss
holds a key position in the new
German republic.
Laurel Court Meeting
Laurel Court No. 11. Order of
Milton A- Friedman, president
of the Coral Way School Daddies'
rry. [Association, has issued a chal-. ^aurei e,uun .
Reports regarding the progress lenge on behalf of his Association the Amaranth, will hold a reg-
of thVAcadlmy's activities will to the Shenandoah Junior High ular meeting on March 24th 8
be presented to the membership 'School Daddies for a softball pm, at the t0OF Temple, 215
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Emma Lazarus Chapter
Has Bunco Party
I A Bunco Party will be given I
I by the Emma Lazarus Chapter.
B'nai B'rith. Business and Pro- \
fessional Group, at its next m-et- :
! ing on Tuesday. March 2oth. 8:30 .
! p.m., at the Seacomter Hotel, |
I Miami Beach. .
i In charge of the sociai even- i
i ing will be Betty Robbins. as-
sisted by Tira Fisher and Fannie
Spring.___________
used to delight over the fact that
he was born on St. Patrick's Day.
On the day when the Irish were
wearing their shamrocks in regal
glory, the newspapers were al-
ways sure to mention that it was
the birthday of the great orator
of the Jewish pulpit.
Kfar Schmuel
It is a pity that Dr. Wise did
not live a few years longer to
see the growth of Israel and the
little town in Israel that was
named after him Kfar Schmul.
Oddly enough Kfar Schmuel was
to become one of the sites chosen
for experimenting with tobacco
plantations though Dr. Wise him-
self was a total tobacco abstainer.
As tolerant as he was in other
respects he could not bear oth-
ers smoking In his presence .
The story of this development
corner's opinion that Dr. Hes-
chel's more recent book, The Sao-
bath. is more likely to influence
the American Jewish scene than
his philosophical work Properly
utilized, this handsomely publish-
ed volume could well become the
touchstone of a nationwide move-
ment for the revitalization of the
Sabbath.
Beth El Sisters Hold
Games Party Sunday
The Beth El Sisterhood will
sponsor a Games Party, March
23rd, 8 p.m., at the Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th Av-
enue. ... ,
Hostesses for the affair will be
the Mesdames Eugene Schwartz.
Al Zissman and Edward Schlus-
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WASHINGTON? : rts from PI -fd the
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General Eisenhower's schedule calls for 400.000 German troops
to be back in uniform within two years. Walter Lippmann and
others agree thai within that period cf rime Germany, restored
as the dominant military power in western Europe, will demand a
say in the defense of the Middle Eest. Dr. Hjalmar Schacht. Hil-
>sr's financial wizard, who was freed on the grounds that a banker
couldn't he a war criminal, is currently reported to be in Egypt
in the employ of King Farouk. Oihsr Arab states have hired
German generals as military consultants. Ex-Nazi militarists
who may become connected with Middle Eastern defense planning
have not yet indicated their ideas en defending Israel.
The Bor.n Gove re-arai only after the
Wi '. blackmailed into ma concessions. The Ger-
.voders are seeking the destructi all allied control-
the freeing of more than 1.000 Naz: erar w are still
ins sentences.
The American. British, and French Foi-ign Ministers, when
they met at London recently, offered Germany a seal on a pro-
posed Four-Powers Appeal Board which would hare the juris-
diction to fre* war criminals still in custody. German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer was told that responsibility for the jailed Nazis
Will be delegated to the Bonn Gorernmert after a peace treaty has
b-jen signed. The Four-Power Appeal Bsard :.!= stall, theoret-
ically at least, have the right to insist thai certain prisoners not
be freed.
A resolution adopted by the Bundestag i for th< release
'if all war criminals as one of the concessi
cooperation with the west. Some Was :ked
by the boldness with which the "den West Sent ins would
idiate the principles established by *.. e Numbers tri
Comparatively few Nazis were actually punished although
there was much fanfare over the inter-allied declaration of 1942,
ih\ Potsdam Agreement of 1945. and other international accords
which promised to bring to justice the murderers of 6.000,000 Jews.
In 1948, as a result of an American administrative decision, the
number of Germans subject to trial as war criminals was reduced
from 403.000 to 28.000. Most of the 28.000 ware acquitted or were
pardoned after serving brief sentences. Only the exceptionally
vicious criminals remain in jail today. They include concentra-
tion camp commanders, Gestapo tortui > experts, and others. Sur-
vivors of Hitlerism find it difficult to understand why the sup-
posedly anti-Nazi Bonn authorities are so anxious to turn this
element loose.
A little publicized report of a sub-committee of the House For- I
.;.-. Affairs Committee has revealed -evidence of the active exist-
ence ol political groups garbed in the trapoings of the Nazis and
apparently trying to cash ir. on the Hitler formula."
"Among the American officials of HICOG." the report said, "the
consensus seemed to be that the situation is getting worse and not
, bettor. The attention of the sub-committee was called to two de- :
, yeiopments: First, the organization of a good manv veterans' groups
in West Germany culminating in a brazen call to organize an As-
tation of the Waffen SS Hitler's elite armv corps with a i
ghastly reputation for terrorism in World War II" rext spring
around Bremen; second, the fact that a large proportion of former
. izi party members wt-re staffing the new Foreign Office at Bonn
. the consensus of opinion is that the neo-Nazi situation is alarm- !
mg and requires close watching."
The sub-committee reported on the basis of an on-lhe-scene
investigation it made in Germany in November. 1951. Its findings
were that "too many of the German people still beliew that there
was more good in Nazism than bad." Yet the report went on Jo
recommend the quickest possible remilitarization of Germany. |
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Form Couples Club
Thc newly-foritied Couples
Club will have its second Party
nance tomorrow evening at the
Miami Branch of the Jewish
Community Center, according to
announcement by Bernard Sc-
Sl Kities director. The Party
f,aanre will include a program of
jjmes, entertainment and re-
freshments.
B-nai H'rhh Han Mass Hnr-it-4tu>
A mass Bar-B-Cue for all men
and women of B'nai B'rith will be
held on Sunday, April 6th, 6 p.m.,
at the Elk's Grounds, 501 Brickell
Avenue, it has been announced
by Sidney M. Aronovitz, presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida.
The program will be based on
the spirit of brotherhood and fel-
lowship, by-words of B'nai B'rith
to help stimulate the current
membership drive.
There will be a picnic supper,
music and booth displays, accord-
ing to Leo Steinman, general
chairman. Abe Maloff and Melvin
Weinkle are co-chairmen. Others
on the committee are Jack Miller,
Richard Fink, Edward S. Klein,
Gilbert Schwartz and Irwin Fu-
' terfas.
HIAS Presents Play
The People's Tour Committee
of HIAS, under the chairmanship
of Joseph L. Tepper, Washington,
D.C., will present a Yiddish Thea-
ter performance on Sunday eve-
ning, March 30th, 8:30 p.m., in
the Miami Beeach High School
Auditorium. Long Live America,
a play in three acts, is scheduled
for presentation.
Brandeis Chapter Meels
Jewish Music Month will ije
celebrated at the open meeting of
the Brandeis Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, on Monday,
March 24th, 1 p.m., at the Sea
Gull Hotel. Mrs. Lillain Nelson
will be honored guest. The nom-
inating committee will present its
slate of officers for the coming
I year.
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Please, God, let him be aboard
#/
ALONGSIDE THE DOCK at Haifa a ship is
tying up, its rtils lined with immigrants.
From behind the gates on shore anxious eyes
search for the faces of loved ones. Pounding
hearts beseech:
"Please, God, let him be aboard.
A clatter of chains and the gangplank
com* down-weary men, worn women, be-
wildered children stream^onto the blessed
soil of Israel.
The waiting crowd surges forward. There
is the heart-rending cry of recognition, the
frantic embrace. For some, this is the longed-
for moment of reunion-in the bright light
of freedom.
For some!
Others in the crowd watch silently, but
With trembling lips. Finally they turn and
trudge away. Hope is fainter'now, but alive.
Perhaps the next boat...
Yes, the next boat, provided provided
you help put the passengers aboard.
In four years your support of the United
Jewish Appeal has spelled rescue and home-
coming for 700,000 homeless Jews brought
to a new life from DP ramps, Iron Curtain
countries, ghastly ghettos in Arab lands.
This year, 120,000 must be saved.
But dv homecoming is not all. We must
follow it by a great home making. Hands
must be made useful, lives worth living.
Give through your local campaign, for
those who wait at the gates-and those who
wait for deliverance. Give your best-more
than ever before.
into the great home r-wkina
on
To turn the great homecoming
\&nited ^Jewish M+ppfal
tmd rab* *WI,SOO.OOO in W52
In 1952, the UJA must STRENGTHEN
Israel's economy and democratic way
of life; BRING 120,000 Jews to Israel
frcm European and Arab lands; CARE
FOR 11,000 handicapped newcomers
to Israel; EXTEND aid to 250,000 dis-
tressed Jews in Europe and Moslem
areas, and RESETTLE 10,000 Jewish
DP's in the U. S. and other western
democracies.
You give to the United Jewish
Appeal when you give to:
GREATER MIAMI
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
NOW UNDER WAY!
GIVE GENEROUSLY
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
:.- HEREBY OrVEN that
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DADE EMPLOYMENT a- TRANS-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148151
LAWRENCE B BLACK. Plaintiff
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LULU A BLACK
LAKE GEOROE; NEW YORK
not,ce xzm*j-f- wr-
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the under?ittnM. desirli
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the undersigned. ,|. Hi I
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.NATHANS DEPARTME
P*>m Avenue. H
ntendK to realater nai.l .,,;
the rirk of the Circuit Co i itj
County. Florida.
' Attorney* for Applicant
41" Lincoln Road
Miami lieach. Ha.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of Tuf
EL|.V^IH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 148064
ELAINE ORLEAN. Plaintiff
MARTIN ORLEAN Dafendani
notified thai .. Bill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
orapialnt rr Uttfee ha* been T" martin orlean
' aln*l i, rt:i you are re-i RS0 Fifth Avenue
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Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver
7536 Buccaneer Avenue, Miami Beach 41, Fla.
Telephone 84-9121
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVEM -hat
the undersiijned. de:nn to enraife in
MiAf*/S5Sfi,,,lS fi'tiou* name of
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MANLEL LCBELTHUR URWr
Attorney for Applicant,
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22S N E. 2nd Avenue
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DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
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E. B LEATHERMAN.
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Attorney for Plaintiff
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No. J48249
LILLIAN HERRITY. luintiff.
MICHAEL. HRRRITY. Derendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tu: MICHAEL HERRITY
Residence: Unknown
lrt.I^1i-M.,rHAEL HERRITY. Real-
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Dated at Miami. Florida, this nth
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Clerk. Circuit c,
By: G. B HARDIE,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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ROSALIE WOODARD. Plaintiff
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FRED WOODARD. Defendanr
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TO: FRED WOODARD
residence unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Compuldt for Divoi -
ha* been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Comilaint
for Divorce on the Plalntlfrs attorn-
ey, and file the original in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 10th day Of April,
1952. otherwise a Decree Pr.. i"on-
fe*o will be entered araint .m
Dated at Miami. F],,rida. this nth
day of March. 1SSJ.
E. B. LEATHERMAN',
Clerk. Circuit Cou
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952
* jtpHicf fhrktian
PAut a a
Zionist Groups Urge Stressing Appeal As Block Seeks
Main Instrument For Support Of Israel Distric*Two Post
n national Zionist orgun-
toUons m the United State, in
ioint proclamation made public
Utweek. urged that primacy be
liven to the-United Jewish Ap- ;
*Li -as the main channel for
American Philanthropic support
of Israel >n 1952 and as the key-
',,.;. ,,i Israel's economic plan-
"'rnc Zionist organizations call-
rH Upon their members, who
numb., more than 1000,000 to
mearhead the United Jewish Ap-
peals nationwide campaign for
$151 500.000 and pledged that all
Zionist groups would give their
fullest support and cooperation to
cwrmunity campaigns on behalf
of the UJA. .
The declaration stressed that
in Israel's battle for economic sur-
vival it is the "unique and irre-
placeable responsibility" of the
United Jewish Appeal to expand
Israel'* food production and ag-
riculture so that it may eventual-
ly teed its own population to
meet the needs of 120,000 refu-
gees who must be brought to Is-
rael this year and to provide
food, clothing, shelter, training
and education for those among
Israel's 700,000 immigrants who
have not yet been absorbed.
proclamation further stat-
outside Israel, neither Israel nor
the United Jewish Appeal has
completed the tasks for which
they were created. Like Israel's,
the UJA's is a great humanitarian
task; it is a great constructive
task; it is a task which is writing
its own chapter in the history of
the Jewish people."
Beach Zionist Hear
Rabbi Lehrman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the Zionist Luncheon Club
on Wednesday, March 26th, 12:15
p.m., at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
His topic will be: A Zionist Faces
The Future.
Rabbi Lehrman has been spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center since August, 1943.
He is a member of the Execu-
tive Board of the United Syna-
gogue of America, a member of
the Executive Committee of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
a member of the National Com-
mission on Religious Organiza-
tions and a member of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews and the American Bib-
lical Encyclopedia Society.
In Miami, the Rabbi is on the
Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County, the executive Committee
Rabbis Mescheloff Views
Npw State's Future
Ra'.bi Moses Mescheloff, of
Congregation Beth Jacob, will be
guest speaker at the regular
meeting of the Business and Pro-
fessional Hadassah Group of Mi-
ami, on Monday, March 24th. 8:30
p.m., in the Lounge of the Miami
I Branch, Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
| Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
'on Israel's Future ard show mov-
ies he took during his extensive
I travels in Israel and other coun-
tries.
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for a greater measure of Passover pleasure
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Jack Block
Jack Block, of 110 SW 51st
Court, Miami, this week announc-
ed his candidacy for office of
Justice of the Peace, District No.
2.
Block has been active in a
I movement to procure lower milk
' rates for Dade County school
I children. His supporters indicate
1 that he has also been instrumen-
cd^harThTchairenge"presented S^SjSw I ial'in"the'pScurirg .
bv the needs of Israefs immi- frfinGreth*ei ISrWoT Jewish *>r crippled children.
FT ^MM^ffSa5 EEAteG^Mi.S At present acting Chancellor
l,'U d f"r fnwJt Committee for Bonds of Israel Commander of Roosevelt Lodge.
7'^nill,* '"Government. He also serves on Knights of Pythias.
n-. ; human lives. I ^ Travelers Aid
I explaining the need for un-
pardleled support of the UJA,
the proclamation declared: "Not
since I le fateful days of 1948,
Israel was confronted with
the threat of destruction, has it
crucial a battle. The
tremendous wave of immigrants
seeking a haven has doubled
and maj soon triple its popula-
tion1 < number of men, women
and children who must be fed,
clothi : housed, educated, train-
ed and given the opportunity to
earn th- n own livelihood."
The joint declaration also de-
clared that, "So long as there
are Jews living in tents in Israel
and Jewish lives are threatened
Society of Miami, the Dade Coun
ty Chapter of the American Red
Cross and the Kiwanis Club of
Miami Beach.
Flagler-Granada
Hears Doctor
Dr. Benjamin Sheppard, pedia-
trician and head of the Variety
Children's Hospital, spoke on
Polio yesterday at the Women's j "f "p'^'y f JnctionTo'ald "the
Group of the Flagler-Granada I as M.Pnrn>arH ,..nman. as well
Jewish Center Group.
. of Pythias, and a Sun-
day School teacher of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Block is a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School.
A veteran of World War II, he
served ir. an infantry division
overseas.
In announcing his candidacy.
Block stated: "If you give the
people issues, you will not have
to sell your soul for campaign
funds." He also indicated that
the office of Peace Justice had
"A GOOD NAME
is more to ba
treasured than riches."
Proverbi
-GORDON
FUNERAL
- HOME
SYMBOLIZE^ EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
Nomination of officers and
board members was also held.
Mrs. Leon Bernard, donor
chairman, announced that a
luncheon is being.scheduled for
April 29th, at Jackie Hiller's Din-
ner Key Restaurant.
Mis. Morton Lebar announced a
: regular monthly luncheon at the
' Center for March 25th, at which
time Burdine's will- present a
fashion show on accessories.
Winners for the best costumes
at the Center's PurinV-Party were
also listed.' They" include Shelley
Drozier. Jeffrey Rothstein, Lan-
dra Scherzev, Sara Jane Robinson
and Kay Ives Gottfried who was
chosen queen.
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as the small business man. "I am
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21. 1952
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Harry
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spi it-
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Lunch, n wiU take place on Mizrachi Women Meet
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-"*'-" to tr.e Luncheon is I ing to.-r.orrow evening. 8 d-
"' *i nitt the David Whitman Hail ail
buy two oooks for the Library Washington Avenue Gu^si
Donor will be p.-eser.ted. speaker will be Rabbi Moses Mes-
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v.... be placed in the gif. i Day. Chairman of the affair is
Mrs. Pauline Chill.
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rfllDAY, MARCH 21. 1952
+JewlstincrAUan
PAGE 7 B
Appoint Rabbi
llonitf Chaplain
U Otta iAH'Ua
xh, National Jewish Welfare
Ttaard has announced that Rabbi
? h I HoniE, of the Jewish
gA?SSjj* Hollywood
Imi appointed chaplain to
g Ma'wu- Air Base at Opa
tter Of thanks to the
,v V, ..I the Center, the pi-
Army and Navy Re
Jewteh We
i ,. expressed its eccles:
. i endorsement ot Rabui
serve the religious needs
BirinesattheAirBase
Rabbi-Ho::if? served with dis-
tinction as a chaplain for five
JSs durine World War II here
lld overseas. He volunteered
"a was commissioned as chap-
lain in December, 1940. In May,
1041 the Rabbi reported for ac-
tive'duty and served at Camp
t pc Virginia, until he saw action
to North Africa and Italy from
Anril 1!,4:J- through June, 1945.
The Union of American He-
brew Congregations and the Jew-
ish Welfare Board presented Rab-
bi HniR with a sero11 of ,
tinctior following his tour of
dutv Since then, he organized
and" founded the Jewish War Vet-
erans Post No. 488, Suffolk Coun-
v and represented the National
Jewish Wnr Veterans of America i
on the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council.
Gables Center To
Award Cuban Trip
E Herman Fisher, president of \
the Coral Gables Jewish Center, '
has annoui ced the appointment
of Judge Sam Silver as chairman
of the March Membership Drive. I
Judge Silver has stated that the
aim ol the drive is to increase the
Center membership from the
present 365 tamilies to 500. A
series of social gatherings will
be held for prospective members
and new members to acquaint
them with the Center's life and
leaders.
Judge Silver also reported that
a trip to: Cuba for two wjjl be
awarded to the person bringing
in the moUnew.. members.
Hollywood Center Plans
Seder For April 9th
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood announces its Pass-
over Seder for Wednesday, April
9th. 6:45 p.m., at the Center.
The Seder is being catered by
Sonntag Kosher Caterers of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
will bi conducted by Rabbi Jacob
J. Honjg. Prayers will be chanted
bv Cantor Mordechai Haalman.
Reservations must be made by
March 30th, at the Center Of-
fice, with Mrs. David Feldman
or Mrs. Abraham Fine.
Radiant Health Foods
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FEATURING DIETETIC FOODS
Salt Free and Sugar Free Diete
Seybold Arcade Ph. 3-3253 j
HADASSAH CHORUS, scheduled for appearance Sunday evenlnq pt the Miam; Beach Auditorium.
Shown above are (first row, left to right): Bess Strauss, Ann L.'der. Rose Hall, 01?a Bibor ftern-
accompanist, Mae Weinsteir, director, Lee Goldm an, Bert Goldberg. Kill" Sakrais, charlotte tscott
and Jeanetlc Simon. Second row are Rose Gold ner, Etla Pritikin. Ruth Ahrams. Ruth K -ndelow.
Ann Miner. Ruth Schrager, Elsie Nadler. Selma Nayhouse. Rose Dcllerson and Belle Waldman.
Top row are Florence Slruhl. Rowena Spilk-'n. M ary Woolf. Edith Sanderson. Ray Murray. Ida
Roller and Martha Maurer. Not shown are Doio thy Anferman. Lena Blair, Rae Block. Ida Danzig-
er, Dorothy Kovnal. Ann Magid. Fan Sindell and Anne Weiss.
Library Has Exhibit
Of Works By Raskin
The Miami Beach Public Li-
brary is currently featuring an
i exhibit of art works by the Jew-
ish illustrator, Saul Raskin.
The exhibit includes Raski
editions o!' the Hagaddah, Pirkt-
Ovoth, the five Megillas, the
Tillim and thi Kal b
ris most recent work. Ea
the books is embellished b;
kin's plastic conception of th<
text. The illustrations vary in ex-
pression from the realistic to the
mystic,
A visitor here. Raskin is stay
j ing at the Waldorf Towers Hotel.
()i i an i): ive,
Cantor, rehearsing for Sunday's ^%.$ StS^SSSS^t^^J^^
^^JS^^^^S^.^^^^^^ Malik and D, Paul Beck. Robert
Strassburg is conducting.____________________________.------------------------------------
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Metropolitan Unit Barton's Feature*
Offers Treasure )"fjfd Assortment
rLri u/__l. Of Passover Candies -
Chest To Workers
- ; z.::- ?-- rr. 23rd at 1
"*- : i*. V: S:-.i. Mem rial Park
.-.- Racbi Max 5
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-.: Prues ps-fhrj nd Ban -
treasure i played >t
t the ? i: ': '' c35
w cheat A ard nights
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on Thursday Marcs >'**-"
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..-.- Seder Packages it Sat; aaJ I I
.::. .- "-: 5- '-'- '' a.-; 5: 95 strll held 1
da? Marc) 2'- \: -"-;--. '/;-- "" ;*--?-- r-,-i .-.- r.:: [2 3
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Prizes arc beinc added to the New :"-4 :"'esr ** :'e Sedet ; ..-.
iaiiy [ft) winner E**s a Seder :-"-'-i: interpreted 1 -- Mn Rut) Suthmaau .5
the accunvJated I joint ." ** 5: -; v *"*"
the Treasure Che I '.-_' 'z~- r.ut-1 -.-..-- Participants ... lalified
award = ; subsequent mee*'nc enJ*J '-"'' -' 75c.no win > silver = -.. service
.-. -. rcaea are c ih that k wonderful iled for award at the April
Mian businessmen. Matza and neki ert meetmj
ppint Alto rre-*- are the --------
F : v-
. nut fcltl -. gbrr.. e;
The .;. ;- 7-- AM will be ent
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lectu.-e J -. ikes ai
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5ut- :.-. '-'.--
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National Fund Council
Moves To New Offic*
I '-. Moses Mescheloff. chair-
-' Greater Miami Jewish
. Fund Council, announces
spetrinj of a new office of
the Coun I
The Council oflice has moved
Boom 12 i :.-. the Salvey Build-
:r.g. *.3T0 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach The Council has
i'gm-i. as :ts new secretary.
Mn Max J Finkelsteln, former
executive secretary of the Great-
r Miami Section of the National
Zwa .'. of Jewish Women.
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An execut.ve bus
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i March 23rd. bv Troo ", T'
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Oam. The agenda ,,::;!Xdi
party and a rep,.-. tie JJ
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The Lodge wir] :- J*-;
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,ning. 8:30 p.rr... March 24ft at Z
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)AY, MARCH 21, 1952
+ kistrUridk*n
PAGE y a
Auxiliaries
Jerge Tuesday
Fit the meeting of the Miami
\L women's Auxiliary to the
Si Home for the Aged on
2aV March 25th, 1 p.m., at
t Fisherman's Wharf, the Mi-
Ini and Beach Auxiliaries will
mJci- as The Greater Miami
luNiliary to the Home.
IMrs Sol Silverman, president
the Beach auviliary, will act
t president of the combined
iouo for the current term.
IMrs Be: jamin Appel, honor-
is niesident, will welcome all
lembers and guests. Prior to the
Vssert luncheon, an invocation
ill be delivered by Mrs. Sarah
i .*. I
1MB Silverman is scheduled to
lesfcit Mrs. Isadore Cohen,
under of the Home. Mrs. Max
IcMiberg. founder of the Beach
JjxiBarv, and Mrs. Sidney Pal-
Cr president of the Miami Aux-
Ijr'j5 Mis. Louis Glasser is pro-
tdnt chairman.
|T!*> nominating committee will
headed by Mrs. Bess Lesser,
hd co-chairmen will present the
[ate of oflicers and board mem-
Ers for the ensuing term,.
MwK'nai B'rith
iroup Conducts
Jciiibor Drive
F.\irs. Frank A. Wellins, District
To. 5 deputy, early this week re-
bited on the progress being
by the newly formed Wom-
I- B'nai B'rith Chapter.
IA Membership Drive is cur-
1: tly in progress, she indicated.
Id plans are being formulated
j enlist charter members. A
pme The Chapter contest has
been organized. Suggestions
ted by Mrs. Harvey
2121 SW 13th Avenue,
t Wellins, 19 Mar.tilla
p. Coral Gables.
Gables Center Has Membership Meeting t The meeting will include dis-
A general meeting will be held iter on Sunday evenir.e, March cussion of changes in the Center
by the Coral Gables Jewish Cen- '23rd. at 8:15 p.m. 'Constitution, building expansion
program, the Israel Bond Drive
and a membership drive
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
ted by Simon s.iden

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|Eery Sunday rom io to U A.M.
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tfiwiOifhrkfon
TODAY, MARCH
21. ia
Young Adult Division, Combined Jewish
Appeal, Schedule Rallies For Education
-
setting :
.-" Youth
-
I
Dar.
Pont Office IJsts
Mail Restriction*
-e has
Post
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nd Dav-
Shapii :-. nd
'
in Wi
.-. was made by
Di Mil he! n lin rt >r )i NEA
H .- L<
nd of-

n, 420 Lincoln Road
ingtoo A -trance
mezzanine flo< r
Additional free tickets have
D: Dons Is on. director of been distributed to presidents of
Hillel Fou
.-. Dade Coun.y
of tl eveni '-.'.-'.
".; Mi ind 2 '. Gal -
. I be the guests :'
Theatn >n Tue;-
251 at 3 45 p.rr The
Inter-
all Jewish Youth' organizations
Young Ih'iinM-rals
To Meet Here
Pla: play
S -t t0 e
The Wand i ung Democrats which will
April 18th
I t.-.rough. ZOtl
- Candida* r ar.d
B txp^UJJ
ttend11 tion sched-
in the Inter-S Sherry-
nac H t Mi mi Beacr
I to speak
1
I
litarv post
n ot
t Saturday*. 1
. post.
.:. fficial
APG s in
at New York. Sar. \
attle. and Nov.- Orleans and to
: Marine Cor]
:. care
I t post ffices at New
York and Sar. K: n
Po^- tinue 1
accept e para t ex-
ng 100 incl
im i, and 70
offices oversea 11 val ves-
Upon invitation of the Criminal Bureau of the University of Mum
Law School. Judge Samuel Liebowiiz of the King's County Court
Brooklyn. New York, addressed the Law School student body M
the subject. Cross Examination, during his recent vocation hen.
Pictured afcovj with Judge Liebowitx 'center) is Judge Sam L
Silver, of West Miami (left), and Mr. Gerald Blocm. of the La?
School Faculty 'right). The Criminal Bureau has teen setupta
assist lawyers, who represent indigents charged with crirr.js a
the investigation of their cases.
:. B'ril

George
a: Senator Si ird L.
I .-_ and G vern .r Fuller
' '
TV C : Spearheading the preparations
and Sports Sis f n Sunda< the affau i Ked Lake.
t Bet D .-id Evident of the Dade County
ng i v. in- CIub. Richard E. Gerstein, cor-
stion chairman, and James
'"-_-.. affai, win featuri -the- Sanders. Jacksonville, state pres-.
;:. I .::. .. i St. Louis Car- "tent.
!:> and Dodgers Baseball stars ~------------~-----
by sportseaster Jack Cummins. f#|f|*f>lf I'U MO lli'Un
~ ~ Palmer'h Miami
Laxative Slavery iteaeh Campaign
ended by natural relief Pernne Palmer, Jr., candidate
_ ,.i vi ',jr State Senator, has appointed
Stop taking harsh laxatives! Every Ben Zl0n Ginsb as g^gS
r reakfast. enjoy a generous bowl- Beach campalgn chalrman.
ful (about K cup) of crisp, toasty Ginsburg is former president of i
Kelioggs ALL-BRAS-ifs the natu- the Miami Beach Apartment As- I
ral laxative cereal that may help sociation and preser.t member of i
you back to youthful regularity, the Board of Directors of the Mi-
tbecau e f lack of bulk in your ami Beach Hotel Association.
all-bran is the only type The new Palmer chairman is i
ready-to-eet cereal that supplies also secretary of the Miami Beach I
all the bulk you may need. High in Jewish Center, vice president of j
cereal protein, rich in iron, pro- J local diatnet of the -Zionist
videa essential B and D vitamins. g^3.**1 A,r-e*a' n l.he ,
Board of Govwnors of Greater
and a
Direc-
eompUUlv satisfied after 10 days, Girsburg "has afao "served & Trie
send empty carton to Kellogg's Red Cross Drive, the Community
Eattle Creek. Michigan, and get Chest, and as member of the
LOi'BLE yoir MONEY Back! President's Council of Miami
Beach
League Requests
New Kehetlule
Of Meeting Hates
The Anti-D fa
of B'nai B '
a celandar of Jewu H i Holy
to a representativi I $
national organizations asking that
they rot schedule meetings or
... ntions on Rosr. Hashanah or
Yom Kippur.
In a letter signed by Benjamin
R. Epstein. ADL national direc-
medical. fraternal and civic
groups, the League said: "Your
organization douotless desires the
fullest participation of its mem-
bership in its annual convention.
These High Holy Days are vener-
ated by persons of the Jewish
faith who abstain from all non-
religious activities at that time
of the year."
The League reported that in
past years several national groups
had unwittingly scheduled con-
ventions on Kosh Hashanah or
Yom Kippur which prohibited
Jewish members from attending.
It suggested that the dates be cir-
culated for the benefit of regional
and local units.
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Passover Week
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DAY. MARCH 21, 1952
Jenisii HcridHari
PAGE 11-B
ring The Week ... \ i see i *
By LEO MINDLIN
| 's current Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign is an ox-
Cof careful plaining and responsible leadership. During the
Tfe-v in'"' s, 1 have been in a position to observe a number ot
Uganizational meetings and to be present at almost all of its
.Decorum characterized these gatherings to a degree where
Eciency reached, with rare exception, beyond expected possihil-
1 Last Sunday's Metropolitan Division Kick-Off Breakfast,
tier Ihe chairmanship of Fred K. Shochel, emulated oihar Unit
Lings in degree of success. Unlike the preceding affairs, how-
Lr, designed to solicit funds from individual professional and
de groups, Sunday's Breakfast had es its principle function
rallying of all workers who are pt this moment campaigning
"reaier Miami on behalf of the 1952 Appeal.
I^c meeting attempted to inspire workers ore last time and
Vent them so that they not overlook even the smallest solicita-
[area. It seemeij to me that leaders beheld in their minds a map
Li with lateral and longitudinal cross-sections, each properly
Jdinated. Thus, with the most obvious gift donors already tap-
|bv earlier Dinners, the Metropolitan Division set out thoroughly
Vr'o the city's unheralded residents whose funds will augment
el contributions thusfar made and to bring the local $1,477,658
[within reach.

bletropnlitan leaders introduced to the Sunday gathering Rabbi
Tie Miller as main speaker. The Rabbi is a former president of
\merican Jewish Congress, an ardent Zionist and spiritual lead-
the Ctmgi'egation Sons of Israel, Woodmere, New York. Well
in to many, he had none of the publicized glitter, however,
Ecteristie of speakers brought here during previous months by
I the Appeal and the Bonds of Israel Drive, it took Rabbi Miller
n few moments to establish his position as an outstanding orator
(sincere worker for the new Jewish state.
During the last week, I have been severely criticized for
ke of my Dublished remarks regarding our calling upon pro-
pional. non-Jewish hangers-on who enjoy international reputa-
to underwrite Israel and to awaken American Jewry's need
[active participation in the new state's development. I was
kcially upbraided for questioning the worth of Franklin Delano
(seveU's talk here and for intimating generally that substan-
iinancial remuneration would in itself be sufficient reason
[any man however sincere or otherwise) to identify himself
the Jewish movement.
\\ was therefore heartening in the extreme to observe the re-
elicited by Rabbi Miller's address Sunday. It was necessary
^i.T. to establish no degree whatever of false rapport between
elf and his audience; nor did he need, to recount inane, intro-
ory anecdotes by way of proving his sincerity and as a manner
fci.oving the harried between non-Jewish guest and Jewish host.
la rule, non-Jewish speakers here have managed rather taste-
\ to trade upon their personal excitement resulting from play
fce outcast's garden,)
i Rabbi Miller did not choose to speak about the many glowing
lects of future Israel. Rather, he elaborated upon those forces
tently plotting tf.'a new state's demise. Sparing no one. neith-
iritain nor the Arab Deague, he even took to-taslf lite'American
le Department by flaying its deluded leadership so willing to
lout the youthful democracy in favor of Arab friendship. "Such.
ndship," he charged, "it nVjver had. in any case", and indicated
both World Wars found the Near Eastern dynasties allied
America's enemies. "Pressure is being brought to near all
ut ut," hli staled, "pressure of an anti- Israel character, designed
leduce the physical proportion of the Jewish state and to wait
| its economic collapse."
Trus, as wj celebrate Israel's victory. Rabbi MJUer bitterly
foreign legations fail to establish their centers in Jerusalem
[subtle method of indicating that the Holy City's status has not
wen decided. While we seek foolishly to revitalize memories
llitaiy success long since dying, Arabs refuse to make peace
though so conclusively defeated.
ihe Rabbi's sole alternative to these machinations was a suc-
lul Combined Appeal Campaign. Failure, he warned, would
to the fore American Jewry's false sense of security. "Think
with thyself that thou shalt escape in the king's house, more
all th Jews," he quoted from the Book of Esther. Perhaps,
lonsidt i. d. America seemed a haven in the light of European
Tys fate. But that haven would necessarily be short-lived if
" 011 peace.

The Department of State Publication 4251, European and British
imonwealth Series 24, is a current example of those behind-the-
forces Rabbi Miller mentioned which are bent on sacrificing
in favor of regenerating old world diplomacy,
fcntitlod Young Germany, Apprentice To Democracy, the
pit attempts to describe the denazified beast in terms of its
ptn now being taught the glories of baseball, ja, communal.
Want living and self-reliance. Nowhere in the capon work writ-
oy timid civil servants is there a single reference to the Jew
K i A.rocent near-extermination. One is asked to accept the
trthat in the "proper" training of Germany's young lies the
sioiiity of democratic success.
V.can not argue with this thesis. But I felt a conscious and
pniable av tidance of reference to the Jewish problem, and it
1 to me that such avoidance underwrote the validity of Nazi
"?">s crematoria and the fear to tamper with an ever-lurking
M. Somewhat sickened, I examined photograph upon photo-
pn depicting angelic, smiling faces df Deutsche Jugend who be-
I to the country's new Youth Center Program subdivided into
rllc- Protestant, Hiking, Friends of Nature, Sports, Trade-
["-' L'tural, Scouts arid Socialist Party sections. I read glow-
r-Ports on these groups aided by "well-wishers in the United
kh.0ul not helP wondering who these well-wishers are and
Krt 7 ed the fe*Ung thai it is batter not to mention the
tu 4 ,ear bringing on the symptoms. Certainly, the
Km "'s over-U approach was to leave well enough aloiy*.
| many s citizens might be faithfully returning to their Catholic
Protestant Churches "so lovingly reconstructed". But that
n_ carry with them into th-air pews the stench of murdered
apparently holds no place in their rehabilitation.
ledii Rabbi Miller's thesis last Sunday becomes clearly illus-
seems undeniable that ancient monsters are being re-
"well-vvishers". A tacit, silent agreement to make no
valent desire
pro-Arab af-
Jerome H. Weinkle, retiring president of Sholjm Lodge. B'nai B'rith, is shown handing the gavel
to Judge William L. Pallot. newly-elected president. Looking on aie Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council, South Florida, and E. Albert Pallot, president of
the State Federation.
mi on < vyp"-w'shers". A tacit, silent agreement t.
L. ,.of things Jewish underscores, at best, the prev
r 'srael fail. Active participation in ostensibly p:
wJVjT' p.lots ^e destruction of the new state.
k sn for"s. in their perverted fears and lack of understand-
fcrH-.JBS democratic change is concerned, continue to foster
pnee leadsrship. Israel can not help but suffer as a conse-
''./'.''ins only for American Jewry to protect its fledgling.
l ropolitan Kick-Off affair was a step in that direction.
V |f drives here which have been making it difficult for
It ti? y sma11 supporters to lend their aid without embarrass-
k n tunit is currently jn the midst of its campaign to enlist
i <"'-lorgotten persons.
Harry Gordon Sells
Bonds'Round Clock
Self-appointed salesman for.
State Of Israel Bonds, Harry Gor-
don, Brooklyn real estate man
and Netherlands Hotel winter |
resident for the
past 12 years, is
$500 short of his
resolved goal to
sell $10 0,000
worth of Bonds
before he sails
on his first trip
to Israel, April
8th.
With. 243 Bonds
sold to date,
Gordon made
' his resolution to
Gordon
sell $50,000 in Israel Bonds on
May 12, 1951, when he heard
Prime Minister David Ben Gur-
ion speak in Madison Square .
Garden, New York.
Gordon increased his initial
goal another $50,000 when he
heard vice president Alben Bark-
ley on September 3, 1951, at a
State of Israel Bond conference
in Washington's Shoreham Hotel,
say, "Buy Israel Bonds, and sup-
port American democracy."
Before he went to Woodstock,
Mew York, last summer for a
vacation, during which he con-
tinued to work arduously on the
Bond drive with Mrs. Alice
Green, outstanding Hadassah
worker now in Miami, he had
sold $16,000 worth of Bonds in
Brooklyn. Together, he and Mrs.
Green sold $24,000 at the resort.
Gordon then sold $11,000 in
Sharon Springs, New York, and
by last November, he had become
responsible for $57,000 of $120,-
000 worth of Bonds purchased
at a breakfast rally for the Ocean
Parkway Jewish Center of
Brooklyn.
On February 9th, of this year,
Gordon ran a rally in the Nether-
lands Hotel, Miami Beach, fea-
turing as guests of honor. Can-
tors Bela Herskovits, Leo Roit-
man and Rabbi Irving Lehrman
at which time $33,400 worth of
Bonds was sold.
Since that time Gordon has
sold and delivered bonds to his
customers daily until his total
has swelled to $99,500.
When asked if he though he
would have any difficulty selling
the last $500 worth, Gordon just
laughed. He is a member of the
Brooklyn Zionist Region and has
been active in the affairs of Is-
rael for the past 20 years.
Joseph Pollack
To Be Feted
A Testimonial Dinner honor-
ing Joseph (Pop) Pollack, who
is retiring after 12 years of serv-
ice as chairman of the Work-
men's Circle Cemetery Depart- i
ment of Greater Miami, will be
held tomorrow evening, March
22nd, 8 p.m., at Cooper's Rouman-
ian Restaurant, 211 22nd Street,
Miami Beach.
Among the guests invited have
been representatives of the area's
funeral homes and monument es-
tablishments, as well as the finan-
cial secretaries of the Circle's
Branch 692, Miami Beach, and
699, Miami.
sis of Hebrew texts, re-evaluation
of objectives of teaching Hebrew
and a workshop on lesson plan-
ning. Louis Schwartdman, execu-
tice director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, is the discus-
sion leader.
Hold Training
{Sessions Here
Special in-training sessions for
new Hebrew teachers are being
held weekly at the new building
of the Bureau of-Jewish Educa-
tion on Wednesday mornings at
1030 a.m.
The sessions involve an analy-
ITS GOOD!
Dr. Tendrich
Resumes Practice
Recently returned from a tour
of duty with the United States
Army is Dr. Max I. Tendrich, of
2190 SW 16th Street.
Dr. Tendrich joined the service
in June, 1951, and was attached
to the Medical Corps. His tour
of duty took him to Camp Polk,
Louisiana, and Fort Sam Hous-
ton, Texas, where he specialized
in denture work.
Dr. Tendrich has resumed his
practice here. He resides in Mi-
ami with his wife, Ruth, and
three children, Helene, Adrienne
and Dianne, born in Fort Sam
Houston. He is a member of the
Dental Society, Alpha Omega,
the Masons and B'nai B'rith.
Federation Members
Invited To HIAS Meet
Professional and lay leaders of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation have been invited to be pre-
sent at the 67th Annual Convoca-
tion of HIAS, the Hebrew Im-
migrant Aid Society, which is to
take place on Sunday, March
23rd, at the Hotel Astor, New
York.
The global migration agency's
annual conclave is to be ad-
dressed by Senator William Ben-
ton (D-Conn), and noted immi-
gration exports will deliver talks
on subjects pertaining to the
movement of homeless and roof-
less peoples and the problems
arising therefrom.
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with Cant-.r Leo Urlich ch
SiXi?n/regati',n S i
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On Book Dealing With Grief
Sanctuaries, Miracles Aired
At Beth Sholom Service
Sanctuaries Are Not Created
Sor Mrttvah At Beach Center Bv Miracles, will be t.-.e subject
of a sermon to be delivered by
Rabo: Leon Kronish during Fri-
Late I Knrices of
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the subject of & s -rrnon fc
given bv Dr Joseph R ^J
Rabci of Terr.pie Israel 13" i
19t.- Street, during Friday's
nine tervicea at 8:15 p.m'
The sermon v..:; deal
2H "TES** s*"* f Temple recent ^i,
Bet.T Sholom. 41st Street and
; Silvennan will
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Chase Avenue, at 8:15 p.m.
Saturdav xorning sen'ices are
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whxh the Bas Mitzvah of Helene
IsabeL daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs.
Arthur Degutz. will take place.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of all
services.
Sunday School Student Cat
Assists At Beth David Sem
Late Fridav Evening ipvkej
the Beth Davtd C'.r.freat"i
2625 SW 3rd Av -..:-, willia,
ducted at 8:15 p.l
Rabbi Max Shar. i and CantJ
Maurice lfarncke! .vill
and the recent.;.- .bnized Bet
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&eu: a- 9 'r'- r lagltr-Granada Jewish Com- Choir u-der the ^'ecticij: M-
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":":-- Sjnaqoqvm Guest speahajE wiB be Alfred : Phyllis Deich, Daiesj|
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ft RHEINER. S02 Koper Uullding,
I .. riorida, n C'r'or Pleading in the office of
IV, k of the Circuit Court on or
I :;., 'ml day of Ai.rll. 1952. If
I,JIM do Judgment by default
|i. udten Mtalnat you for the re-
,1 1 he Hill of Com-
8sE \NP ORDERBD at Miami.
Ida. thla W day "' March. A.D.
B B. LEATHERMAN. ,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
r, :. mnty, Florida
""'tlS'V, STOCKING
i>, itj Clerk
_ SHEINER
II: ; H-i
12, Florida
)rn>< for Plaintiff
ii -
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
m Jffi7"'5.tjRY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CJRCU T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. '
No. 148075
JOSEPHINE ZAMPBDRL
Plaintiff
VICTOR Za.mi-edri. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
^'.'".yi("l'("' ZAMI'KI.IU. Ill Weal
63rd Btreet, New York City, New
York, are hereby notified that a mil
Of 1 omplalnt for divorce hai I.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney. Har-
old Shapiro, (17 Lincoln lioad, Miami
Beaoh, Klorida. and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clarh of the Circuit Court on or
before the loth day of April, 1962,
u you fail to do so, judgment bv
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida this 11th day of March, 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CJerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County. Florida,
By R. H. HUE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/14-21-28 4/1
the circuit court of the
|venth judicial circuit of
Ilorida. in and for dade
1c0unty. in chancery.
No. 148123
KI.KY '' MYER8, LOUIS
EIMAN and LEON KAPLAN,
bartnen doing business under
* firm name of .MYERS,
EIMAN s KAPLAN,
Plaintiffs.
EPH L ABRAMS, JACQUES
iLOMON, sometimes known as
Ck Solomon, and w*. F'. PARKER.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
6UIT FOR INTERPLEADER
IOSEPH I. ABRAM9,
!01S Basl ......i Street.
Cleveland I, Ohio.
t>r. JOSEPH L. AP.RAMS. are
> notified thai a Bill of Com-
. for Interpleader has been filed
jBl you, awl yeti are required to
j a copy "f your Answer or Plead-
to the Bill of Complaint on the
Itiffs' attorney, 1RWIN E. KOTT,
feyUiM Building, Ml.imi, Florida.
'Ir the original Answer or IMead-
the offlee of the Clerk of the
bit Court on or- before the 15th
of April, I9S2. If you fall to do
Udgment by default will be taken
Jim )rou i., the relief demanded
lie Pill of Complaint.
SK AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 12th day of March. 19i>2.
E. II LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Radi County, Florida.
By \VM. \V. STOCKING.
, Deputy Clerk
|1.\ I- KOTT, ESQ.,
yb.,1,1 Building,
11 Pill .,.
for I'l.i;mill's
4/4
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ILORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 148103
SEtilN, Plaintiff
iiL5.0,N- defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"IIS NEOIN
Mir. Knox Place
,: nx S, Y.
reuulri 1 to serve a copy
" Answei to the Mill of Com-
for Divorce on th Plaintiffs
hey anil to file the original Am-
' Iffii -,f the Clerk of the
" lo in, ,,,, |.fr,, the mh
1 P'-.'J: otherwise the Illll
omplalnt filed herein will be taken
onfeMed by vou.
I t'H "r,Mi,,i>'i, Florida, this 12th
| uf March, 1932,
i: 11. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court of
Dade County
By: O, B. HARDIE
Deputy clerk
.GOODMAN, Attorney
Lincoln unad Building
fV, V'"'K'h' Florida
Ml-ft 4/4
P'.n.w
InUSPHHn Judged court
I Fir1D\F?R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
,- .m No- 27903-B
''< ,.,': STATE OF
|I.IM.I> ||. NICHOLS! IN,
ni->t,.- _. Deceased
Ml r ,CE T0 CREDITORS
" ...liiors and All Persons Hav-
i'i Etta?* '"' nmanu8 Against
ln'e,ia,?. <'',''h of >'ou. are hereby
Ins ,'. I'-'luired to present any
C* !"'! -lemands which you. or
kte ,.t \".u;..mav hnve against the
C ., 'H ''"tKIJ NICHOLSON,
Tih,. ii. V na"c County, Florida,
Ms lo'l' ,tANK HOWLING,
. JUHg-e of r>nde County, and
bmv','"'""1 '" hls office In the
ri,l:i "'V,"10"se In Hade County,
r ". wlthlh eight calendar months
Fif J .,'' "f 'he first publication
| clalma or demands to
I mil L'''' -"'''""ess of the claim-
latari i sworn to and presented
I !Wii .'' ,''r l",m'' wl DB barreil.
"ll"'. 121) of the 1933 Probate
'' JfeSS r'">. AH. 1952.
a! ,':l,"':s M NICHOLSON
S Admlnlatratrlx of the
r.state of
ALFRBD H. NICHOI^ON.
fe"^^ KAP^N"0d-
f-l-28 ^^J^^atratrU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148128
JEANETTE GOODMAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEO GOODMAN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LEO GOODMAN. Defendant:
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint upon plaintiff's .it torn eye,
KOVNER & MANNIIEI.MKR. 420
Lincoln Koad, Miami Reach, Klorida.
and file the originnl in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before April 12th. 1962; otherwise,
said bill will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated: this 12th day of March. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
3/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL JEWELERS, at number 326
North Miami Avenue. In the Cltv of
Miami. Klorida, Intends to register
Hie said name with the Clerk of the
' ircult Court of Hade County. Kl,i
Ida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 25th
day of February, 1962.
AARON S. A RON OFF.
Kle Owner
2/2S 8/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BARBECUE HEAVEN, at 6700 s W
8th St., Miami, Ma., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Florida.
DONALD D. shank
RAYMOND CLINE
LLOYD BTE1NHAUER
BTEPHEN K KES8LER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 West Klagler St.
3/14-21-28 4/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tiie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WIEDER PROS. CO.. at 6104 S. Dixie
Highway. South Miami, Fla,. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Iiade County.
Florid*.
HARRY WIEDER
SAM WIEDER
BERNARD WIEDER
Attorney for Applicants
3/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148091
SOL SIMONS, Plaintiff,
VS.
LUCY C. SIMONS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LUCY C. SIMONS.
Hotel Beacon,
75th Street at Broadway,
New York. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or I'leading to the Hill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney. SEYMOUR
Ii LIEBMAN, 350 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach 39, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th ilay of
April. 1952, If you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of March. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circnlt Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Itv It. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy clerk
SEYMOUR H. LIEH.MAN. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
260 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach 39. Fla,
1/14-21-28 -l/l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14760S
1P.MA ADAMS, Plaintiff.
WILLIAM ADAMS. I'efen'b'nt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM ADAMS
1II6D3 Jamaica Avenue
Queens. Long Island, New York
You, WILI.II.AM ADAMS, are here-
by notified that a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to ser\e a
copy of vour Answer or IUeadlnjt to
the Bill of Complaint on the l>l*Jntlr'*
Attorney, George J J"^rllJ?
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. HoiHa,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
d-iv of March, 1952. If you fail to do
so Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint. _.
DONE AND ORDERED at M am.
Klorida. this 22nd day of February.
A.D. 1952. e b LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Horlda
(Circuit OOUrt Seal) ^ JR
Deputy Clerk
Ceorge J. Tallanoff
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Klorida
2/29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE If? hSEBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUSINESS FINANCIERS, at 1SC.1 V.
FaglV, -Street. Miami, ^."ciS*
ir. register iald name with the i icru
of [he circuit Court of Dad. County.
Florid*. jRA H scm-LMAN
2/29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNfRLFK;TITIOU9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bu.iness^under the J}gtfilgM"g {
THE LINEN CENTER OF MIAMI, at
137 and 139 West Flakier *a."JJ*^J
Fla.. intends to "*'"!?' .T^ourt of
wUb the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade County. ^HdaN ,_ ehrkn8
2/29 6/T-14-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DICKS MARKET, at 1B74 N. W. 27th
Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the I "ir-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
CARLOS R. LAKER
STEPHEN F. KE8BLER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 West Flagler St.
3/14-21 2S 4/4 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BRILLIANT CLEANERS LAUN-
DRY! at 240 West Klagl.r St., Miami,
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Plot Ida.
HA lilt Y WEISMAN
STEPHEN K KKSSLEIt
Attorney for Applicant
2200 West Flagler St.
3/7-14-21-2X
LEGAL NOTICE.
U
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 19580
RE: ESTATE OF
LEO MACHTEI. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of LEO MACHTEI. deceas-
ed; and that on the 17th daj of
March, 1052, I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
H.....state of LEO MACHTEI. de-
ceased. ,_
This 15th day of February. 1962.
/s/ S. M. MACHTEI
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
2/22 29 3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IDEAL HARDWARE AND BUILD-
ERS" SUPPLY, at 421fi Ponce De
Ijeon Boulevard, Coral (Sables, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IIENNE UITTLEMAN
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Ideal Hardware
and Builders' Supply
3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148059
NELSON AUGENBUCK, Plaintiff.
vs.
MARGARET ACC.ENBLICK.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET AUC.ENBLICK
4431 3rd Avenue
Bronx, New York
You, MARGARET AUGENBLICK,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
ESQ., H23 Seybold Bids., Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
11th day of April. 1952. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of March. A.D.
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Rv G. B. HARD1E.
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
3/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147974
SAUL S. PARIS. Plaintiff
VS.
AUGUSTA PARIS. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUGUSTA PARIS
I ,8 Kosciusko
Brooklyn 21. New Ymk
You. Augusta Paris, are hereby not-
ified that a illll of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Amos Benjamin, 60S Olym-
pla Building, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the offiee of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court pi) or
before the 7th day of April, 1962.
you fail to do so. judgment by defaull
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill "f Com-
'' DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of March 19..:..
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Chrk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By G. B. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
3/14-21-28 4/4___________________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business nuclei the fictitious name or
GABLES ANIMAL CLINIC {."
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral (.ables.
Intend! to register said name with
the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
County. Klorida^ ^ BRQWN
PHILIP E. HECKERL1NO
Attornev for Applicant
924 DuPont Building
3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File W737
Notice Is hereby given that M. Har-
kins, holder ns assignee of City of
Mlarnl Tax Sale Certificate Numbered
76. dated the 6th day of June. AJD.
1949. has filed said Certificate In my
office, and has nade application for
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County. Flor-
' Plat Book 3. Page 44. in the City of
Miami. County of Dade. State of
The 'assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of Unknown.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 26th day or
March. A.D. 1952. _
Dated this 18th day of February.
A.D. 1958. b B IJ3ATnERMAN>
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____^^^
By N. C. 8TERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
2/-9 S/7-14-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50766
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nettle Meyer, holder as assignee of
Everglades Drainage District Tax
Sale Certificates numbered 2204 and
4125. dated the 24th day of May. A.D.
1348, has filed said certificates In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue thereon in accord-
ance with law. Said certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade' County. State
of Florida, to wit:
Lot 15, Block 94. Coral Gables Riv-
iera Sec Part 2, Plat Rook 28. Page
18. located In Dade County. State
of Florida, as embraced in Certifi-
cate No. 2201. The assessment of
said property under the said certifi-
cate issued was In the name of
Grace R. Doherty Et A I.
Lots 45 & 46, Block 11. South Miami
Heights Addn It. Plat Book 23,
Page 1*. located In Dade County.
State of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No. 4125. The assess-
ment of said property under the
said certificate issued was In the
name of Realty Exchange & Sales
Corp.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 2<"th day of
March. A.D. 1952.
Dated this 19th day of February.
A.D. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
Bv N. C. STEKRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/22-29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2589/
In lie: ESTATE <>|'
IIAIMI HAIMOV1TZ. also known as
1IAI.MI IIAIMOW1T/.. Deceased
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 any
claims and demands which you. or
either or you. may hnve against the
estate of HAIMI HAIMOVITZ. also
known as HAIMI HAIMoWITZ. de-
ceased late of Daile County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Klorida.
within eight calendar months from
the dale of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Dai,- February 22nd. A.D.. MM.
a HENRIETTA HAIMoWITZ
As Administratrix C.T.A. of
the Estate of
HAIMI HAIMOVITZ.
also known as __
HAIMI HAIMOWITZ,
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix C.T.A.
2/29 3/7-14-21 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COMMUNITY BENDIX LAUNDRY,
at 49 N. E. 14th St.. Miami, Kla in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HENRI I'INCUS
Stephen K Kiss, 1
Attorney for Applicant
2200 West Flagler St.
8/14-21-28 4'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.Til STREET BAR, at 150 N. W. 8th
Street, Miami, Fin.. Intend to register
said name With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Klorida.
LoCIS KI'SNICK
ZEI.ICK KUSNICK
RERICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148110
ANN 8LENSBY, Plaintiff,
JOSEPH BIRCH SLENSRY.
Defendant.
TO: JOSEPH BIRCH SLENSBY.
Hilton Hall. 67 Hilton Avenue.
Garden City. Ix>ng Island,
New York
You are required to serve a copy of
vour 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 before the 14th day of
April. A.D. 1952: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
12th day of March. MBS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida.
:i/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 147616
JACK C.AMSER. Plaintiff.
vs.
GRACE GAMSER. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GRACE GAMSER
109-05 "2nd Avenue
Forest Hills. Long Island.
New York
You. GRACE GAMSER. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff
Attorneys, Myers, Heiman & Kaplan,
6.10 Seybold Bldg,. Miami, Florida.
and file the original Answer or PMap>
Ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the -4tn
dav of March. 1952. If you fail to do
so," Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of February.
A.D. 1952. H b WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___---
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
2/29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICHAEL'S OF MIAMI, at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- i ounty. Florida.
MICHAEL ROSENTHAL
MARX M FABER
Attorn. \ for Applicant
412 Congress Building
Miami. Klorida
_. x, | 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious name or
ANNE'S MARKET, at 1344 N. W. 3rd
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Courrt>.
Florida. rHRISTIAN RRICHERT
HUTNER & HUTNER
Attorneys for Anne's Market
2/29 3/7-14-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jewish Florldlcm s
BcUb your togol notice*.
W appreciate yoilf
patronage and guaran-
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far messenger service.
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build up heat! Air Rides run coo'er even of
high speeds thus give many thousands of
extra miles!
AU-SIASM SAFETY! Air Rides put :: "': --
rubber on the rood/ Safety-block treca grips
through rain, mod, sleet to dry surfacestrcces
against skidsstops you quicker!
EXTRA HMM COMFORT! Exclusive Air Ride
principle gives greater tire flexibility cushions
rocd shock and vibrationsaves you, your family
and your car!
EFFORTLESS STBMK! Trim, corhpoct Steer Easy
Treads respond swiftly to your lightest steering
touch. Ea'er cor handling less drivfctg fctigue
less parking problems!
THE ONLY AIR RIDE TIRES IN THE WORLD!
fit Vour Car
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This is your opportunitynow is
the time! Extra Air Ride mileage,
safety and comfort can be yours
at big savings.
COME IN TODAY!
U.S. Royal Factory Type Full Caps
SPECIAL SALE
SIZE
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REC- PRICE
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14.23
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WHITE WAILS DONE LIKE NEW <3r EXTRA
SALE PRICE
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8.93
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11.80
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Exchange with us or let us recap your casings
New tire guarantee
New tire safety
New tire mileage ': -'
over rwamrv-MMx years is 311.1311
Norton Tire Company Inc.
MIAMI
Ml W. Flagler Street Ph. 3-M39 1M .V W. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
1454 A lion Road ph. 5-5115

Ph. 78-8745


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