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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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ihdliexwiisltUEIIiOipidliiaun
VOLUME 25Number 13
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Reparations Talks On
In Chilly Atmosphere
THE HAGUE (JTA) The German-Jewish reparations talks which F in his-
toric Wellington Castle in the suburb of Wassenaar were resumed Mop..;-.
!fh'.. tl v will be recessed to give the German delegates an opportunity : Winer
instructions from their government on the amount which West Germany is rea
Israeli and Jewish delegations have already detailed their claims aga:r. .. r : pre-
sented the bases upon which the claims rest. The procedure involves German meeting wi1 sraeu cel-
the morning ar.d with non-Israeli Jewish delegations in th atternoop.______________________
The German delegation, in its opening statement Friday
morning before the Israeli delegation and repeated later before the
clegation of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany, pointed out that it had been instructed by the West
German Government to reaffirm the declaration on Jewish resti-
tution made by Chancellor Konrad Aderausr in the Bonn Parlia-
ment last September.
ed that Israel's demands were
\V are aware that this in-
volves more than merely obli-
to make material a-
" Professor Franz Boehm,
head of the German delegation
He then emphasized that
n facts warranted the di-
i nf the negotiations into
al stages. He pointed out
that: 1- Allied legislation in
Germany restricts the transfer
or supply of goods to foreign
creditor countries. 2. The finan-
cial capacity of the West German
Republic is limited in view of the
total amount of her liability. The
fust and most important thing
is thai the obligations undertak-
en by the German Government
as tar as they are to be met in
foreign exchange or in the sup-
ply of goods should be co-
ordinated with the final overall
settlement of the problem of
German debts.
The objective of the first
stage of the negotiations. Pro-
based on this note, on Chancel-
lor Konrad Adenauer's state-
ment to the Bonn Parliament
and his letter to Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, chairman of the
Coni'jrence on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany. The
statement pointed out that the
Israel claim was not related to
the real value of the Jewish
property looted by the Nazis
but was based on tha expend!
4'zeehs Arrest
Israeli Minister
TEL AVIV JTAThe I
Minister to Pr.;su>. Dr. L- Ku-
how. has leer. i-.: irm sd by the
Czechoslovak F i ._ Ministry
that Mordeehai Oren. Israel,
zer. and a member of the Mapam
Partv who has been missing in
.Czechoslovakia since last Decem-
ber, is under arrest, according t:>
information reach :nj the Israeli
foreign Ministry here.
Ihe Prague authorities said
that Orsn was airested after his
visa expired ard is suspected of
committing a criminal oifer.se
Combined Jewish Appeal Metropolitan Division hears address by
Mrs. Moses Epstein (center). Zionist leader and former National
Hadassah president. Shown greeting Mrs. Epsv.'in al the Progress
Report Meeting are Mrs. Irwin Weinstein 'left), president of tne
Sreater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. and Mrs. Milton Sirkir.
right Miami Beach Am chairman tor the Appeal._____________
Anti-Minority Groups Gather In Macon;
Attack UN, Jews, Negroes; Praise Hitler
Leaders of anti-minority organizations from throughout the
idi- committing a criminal oner.se readers oi anc-ininuni; uigaiuMuuns uwui *.--.
lure incurred" bv Israel in re- : against Czechoslovaks security, country gathered in Columbus. Georgia, during the weekend oE
wltlement of Jews who escap- I This information, the first official \ March 14th, 15th. and 16th. to plan ar, all-out coordinated attack
ed the Nasi terror While confirmation of Orens arrest, was I against the United Nations and minority groups^
5l50OM0.M0 is cliimed from 'given Dr. Kubovy by Vlastimile I The Save America meetmg was held in "Parson Jack E. G
GelmMy as a whole it declar- | Borak. Czechoslovak Deputy For- | Johnston's Baptist Taoernacle. Reverend Johnston is editor and
ed. the portion claimed from e.gn Minister. publish er of ** ^' $? that walks or crawls than a
ihe West German Federal Re- ,vhic h*s featuredi.uPr-R-ian. Kagrn
lessor Boehm continued, is to which, it said, were endorsed
public was one billion dollars. >
The statement also said it will j NeaoUate For Oil
SeleSiorS^u^^e^ol! JERUSALEM (JTA,
collective recompense as affirm- ; ations were bi
ed in the Israeli notes of March [ between a
12th and November 30. 1951, | raeli_group of oil prospe.
inti-Semi:ic. anti-Catholic end Kegro."
anti-Negro editorials and articles. Mrs Jesse Jenkins, 0f Colum-
One of the featured speakers v,us. president of the anti-Semitic
m T>m-ra Hamilton f.eesville. M^iinn-il Patrinlr Hpnrv 9tnrietv.
the entire Jewish people as rep
resented by the Conference oi
Jewish Material Claims Against
ss^^s ,h^: 5srt.;issL. -**.
gotiations in the earnest expecta- r>-neaet. .________________
tion that they will result in full.
detail the different categories
of the Israeli and Jewish
claims. This, he declared,
would have to include the re-
lations between ihe claims and
other liabilities of ihe West
German Republic, especially
liabilities to individual claim-
ants.
The head of the German dele-
Ration then gave his government's
assurances that the Israeli and
Jewish claims will receive "most
Ml consideration." He add-
ed tint upon the conclusion of
first stage of the negotiations,
the Bonn Government will de-
cide whether the%extent of the
^''p'of'GcrSany'?financial X EStSTZK^ West German s[''^Va week since he was
tor and^^v^-KamSt Chancellor Konrad Adenauer be- forced t0 take t0 ;,lS bed by the
' fore the Bonn Parliament. | flu .ha, Mr. Sharett has made an
Mr. Leavitt pointed out that 0flic;al can, it is also the first
' ile the Conference delegates time t-at ne has met Mr. Church-
prepared to negotiate on Jew- jjj sjrce he became Israel's For-
early settlement of this claim."
Leavitt's Stand
Moses A. Leavitt. vice chair-
man of the American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee who heads
the delegation representing the
Sharett Confers
With Churehill
LONDON, (JTA:Israeli For-
eign Minister Moshe Sharett
called on Prime Minister Winston
Tallahassee. Florida. Klan Drag- as he hurriedly departed I
on who recently said that he tne city, he told a reporter. "I
would "send er.ough bulldozers don't want to get mixed up with
in the state road department to what I fourd around here."
wipe out the Miami Beach sea Georgia Commissioner of Ag-
walls and take away all the riculture Tom Linder was highly
beaches from the Jews and give praised for expressing his ant;-
them back to the gentiles who jjn views in the official Georgia
paid the taxes to build them." Farmer's Market Bulletin by
Joseph Beauharnais. head of Frank Ohlquist. secretary ol
tre White Circle League of Chi- Constitutional Alliance Organiza-
cago and one of the leaders in tion of Los Angeles. California,
th^ recent Cicero riots, revealed Ohlquist has in the pas
of German debts.
Professor Boehm emphasized
that his drawing the attention of
the Israeli and Conference dele-
gations to Germany's limited fi-
nancial capacity is hot due to an
unwillingness to make amends
for past wrongs, but to the fact
that lull restitution is beyond
Germany's ability at present. He
expressed the hope that Ger-
many's current efforts to remedy
the damage done to the Jewish
people will be seen as proof of
earnest and sincere" de-
sire to render reparations.
Moral Issue
The Israeli delegation empha-
sized in its opening statement
that "it must be clearly under-
stood that satisfaction of Israel's
claims is not regarded as consti-
tuting in any way expiation of
the fearful holocaust with 6,000,-
0U0 Jews murdered in Europe
and the destruction of ancient
Jewish communities and .their
I recious spiritual possessions.
I hese losses," the Israel spokes-
man declared, "cannot be made
good by any material recompense,
ihe Israel claim is thus minimal
jri size and symbolic in character.
To settle the historic account, the
ho
whi
are
(Continued on Page 4 A) leign Minister.
MRS. ROOSEVELT VISITS ISRAEL ON MID-EAST TOUR
ur is not yet come."
The Israeli delegation opened
by presenting the full text of
Israel's note of March 12, 1951.
to the four Western Powers in
which it set out claims of
SI.500.000,000 against Germany
as tha cost of resettling Naii [ w.joywa --. _u.ttina
*urvivors in Israel. It announc- I Israel, seeking out and chatting
me ueiegaiiuu ic^io^....,. ..- catiefl on prime Minister i:u.uu
Conference on Jewish Material churehill at Number 10 Downing
Claims, told the German dele- ; gtreet [ast week, it was officially
gates at the opening of the r.e- announced here. |ii ,; Smith"!
gotiations that it was their re- ; The announcement said that the la pbn to keep the American Leg- active in Get aid L. K. Smitns
sponsibility to implement in prac-, t ministers discussed "matters I ion from supporting the princt- Christian Nationalist Lru*aae.
tical and concrete terms the dec- 0?mmtuai interest." This is the j pies of democracy He defined The^ Reverend Dr. ChailesMur -
.:__ j, u.. woe. nrman 2? --.,_:_ u ...o I democracy as "rule by brute docb. of Los Angeles, president
strength" and stated that "the of the Constitutional Alliance, al-
only nations which practice de- so addressed the meeting,
mocracv according to its true def- Others who spoke included
inition "ari Russia and its satel- Peter L. Xavier of Dayton. Ohio,
lites." Mr. Beauharnais also stat- author of Rise America, in which
ed that "nothing is more cowardly he described Hitler as "a magnet-
ic orator, a capable organizer, a
1 man of deep spiritual conviction' ,
G. Seals Aiken, Atlanta attorney
who secured the charter for the
Columbians. Mrs. Ed. C. Alum-
bough and D. L. Churchwell of
Macon. representing the Temple
Cleansing Crusaders, and Miss
Jane Wacher of the United Farm-
ers of America.
The meeting was largely Ig-
nored by the citizens of Colum-
bus.
Dr. Joseph Brin
Dies At Age Of 54
BOSTON. March 23 (JTA)Dr.
Joseph C. Brin. associate pub-
lisher of The Jewish Advocate
and Professor of Semantics at
j Boston University, died at his
1 home in Brookline of a heart at-
,' tack. He was 54 years old.
Although he came to the Unit-
I ed States at the age of 12. with
I no knowledge of English, he be-
Icame an expert in the language
j and was the author of several
! books on semantics and public
speaking. He was trained in law
I at Boston University where he
I received his degrees. He was a
member of the Massachusetts
FeJer3l Bar and w.-s admitted to
I p-actice before the United States
I Supreme Court
A visit to Israel ^^J^^^^T^IS^^^^^
taken by Mrs. Franklin ^S^fJ^JK Jewing economic might. During har stay in the Jew-
cities and a first-hand inspection of Israel sgr a Minister David Ben-Gur.on. _Amid
ritie and a B*^*^^A^T'y^9^1E^ David B.n-Gurion. Amid
ish State, the former V^Vr Middle EaS thi wife of the late FDR and Mr. Ben-Gunon
. discussion ^^2TlJ5J^2^^^ t0urirg ^ ^f' ,PriD9in3 UP m
ESSLES 0Ui'Vnd ending with Israel's leader, of tomorrow, her youth.


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Judge And Mrs. Rosen Die In Collision
With Train; Leave Two Children
The norl nd Vac:-
took 1 f Judj : I:
lack J. Rosen en Wednesday.
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road in ;
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pproximal
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the cou] feet
the accident
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fRTDAY. MARCH 28, 1952
-Jewish H-rrMimr
PAGE 3 A
Rosenfelds Celebrate Anniversary Here
Mr and Mrs. Max S. Rosen-
feld of New York City and West-
port. Connecticut, celebrate tfieir
wedding anniversaries annually
with a trip to Miami Beach.
hu'V were hosts at dinner at
the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, to
.U'bratc their thirty-fifth wed-
riine date. Guests included Mrs.
p.J^fplri-s sister and brother-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving A.
Kaufman, of New York City,
Mrs. J. Pomerance, of New York
and Coral Gables, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Haas, friends and neigh-
bors from New York and West-
port, and Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Meseheloff of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Milton Braun, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenfeld. partici-
pated in the celebration by long
distance telephone, with a ser-
nah.
Mr. Rosenfeld is president of
Congregation Oheb Zedek, New
York City. He wa"s a delegate to
the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem last summer, repre-
senting the Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of the United States.
Mrs. Rosenfeld accompanied
him as a delegate representing
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America. She is chair-
man of finance of that national
body.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut
also joined the party at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff.
enade for the grandparents by
her two children, Susan and Han-
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defense of human freedom" was
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of the US Supreme Court in an
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Friday. ::.-.?:- -: :.
EDITORIAL
Waich On lUiiiic
cpe during -.-.= .-.: of March ITfca.
Y z-.r.z -ndertnjcen 3r.-= involves --_ z'.zzzz. z:
.-.= I=:r-r! SovantaMBl winch boa baaa danoaad-
expenses :: rbsorE.ng acme 50C.COC fewa saH
new atate
The Othef BagotJQDCn involves tie erort ;
OCtrpense virtims ;: :izz. perse-: _.:.-. rene:-
secc 7 r..-.:.-. :: ie materiel loasoi aaetarned bf
: '-; perished wHbotf :e: =
The ::.-.:e:e.-.:e recogxusaa thai dc indaan-;y
o*er cv 'Zzzz.z^-.z: Y.zz.z *z A;r" ~_r:= de-rlrrro-
suffering thai waa brought to beer upon lava
:.;. ;-= r.:- remain wi3> thoie who pomcpct-
en is :: profited from the piliage bus ba taoda
.::".:.-. ::: the rel.e: reh:;.l.'r".:r. rr.d :ese-!e-
rr.e.v :: hurdreda :: thousands :: needy Will-
era :: N'cx persecution
!' WSuId He ''r. {OS r'v.;-. *''iT1 Z'. '-he
- -,-i vetercms movement
txa-.:.-. :: Seracne and other rebellious trrerrs s
z :.-:.:- :: ideology prccscaDy :;-;:jr::5:
Thr I> .ilhOt Titans
71-. e de zzz:.z..z: rr.cmrr.ent must strike ;-
netrrt c: the never-ending Jew^h er::"-
z de-r/re* c: integration within the Maserc
.er.: level of our country. For it in in -
zzzzzzt. thct American Jewry ct Icrre :
to express itself both individually azzz
1: _s therefore with exceed.-".- re-r:e
'-..-e mad reports of the death at two Je
the span of c few days, both c: .-
credit tc the tradition they inherite:: ;-;
they rrdep-ed.
I.-.-.u D. Stone and Dr. Joseph 5:.-
:: emditon crnd social crwcrrer.es:
.err.rers of the Bar. they typiitec
delinaatad tale of immigrants w:
zszzrr.izr. to seel- a haven here an
runity lo fulfill the desire for learn..-.: -
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Jonierence members must make certain thai
rani oi thee- uani They us: mcke oacaaaa -.z:
Gerrr.rrr.s r.:- tee! relecsed ire "he nightmare cf
thefe akrughtex by the pittance z: rest:rut.cn- Tr.-:
conference ought -re the erection of Jewish
v-ncement. As well, they were z. -
Jaaattuai la the Zionist cause r.-rv.r.c .
gotten DM z'.d world which hed :e;e-re
In Dr. Br..-.. American Jewry- baa km
per.:.per.: in the field of Anglo-Ame:.: mtfi
zszr.. It was largely through his erfcr r th
3cstcn Jewish Advocate became a truly infa.
er.::-;. and respected organ in newspec-e: nrdaa.
la-foogti kaa death, the country cs z whoia he-
lost cr.e cf its most gifted scholars :r. the :*.: ::
sama-::cs. A member of the faculty :: l-zs-zz
University, fail recent book in that held :z e: cue
to unprecedented importance.
E3ihu S:cne will be remembered by Wodd
>v.--.- zz.i pcaticularly by citizens c: Israel xt
his cur.r.-r.cj DD irccruiring Arnericcn Ccc.rressu'c-
z. er.dcrseer.: :: Jewish statehood. His recse-
less ertcr rs a president of the New hnc!:-: Sat
ist r.e-c.cr. and cs z delegate to mcr.y World Sot
1st sessions on behalf of the new BkAe -ziz-
= :::ed -.= .z..-.z\ success in obtaining ibe 'Icssc-
chuaatti Hcuse of Representatives re::c-
'--:_=- rights in Palestine as early c:s IS'.: end
.m-jcl US recogninon three years laMa
Their c::icr.s remain as gocls cf cchseTemeal
to ce emulated.
memorial monuments depicting recer.: 1 :
.:'.-.- thrcughou*. the "apprentice ce-:
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poaal aroald lie the key to Bonn aincer.:y
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Germans Doubt Accuracy Of Israel Influx
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ing as English translation.
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p.'.'ted the Israelis remained be-
hird !cr several minutes while
the Germans left. The atmos-
phere was "xary tense and un-
comfortable as far as we were
concerned." an Israeh spokes-
man pointed cut.
Assistanee Grants
Clied As Lower
Aaaaaaaocc grants aaad
State Depar.rr.trr.t .'. Pu Wdj
fare to the needy aj: wind
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lower in Februar. any
mouth since March. 1949 Harry
rniek, cr.airman
No. 9 Welfare Board aaid 1 day
In Dade County, the
amounted to SitTM-t*--.
[Hill haul some assi5-.= '
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and 3.480 dependt--- r T-'-
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tavmg a: Waasenaar, -xr.:'.e Jacksonville, that the du
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rOLUME 25
NISAN 2. 5::2


FR!DAY, MARCH 28, 1952
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PAGE 5 A
Kapell Establishes
Scholarship Fund
, I, Kai U, brilliant young
1st who will play
tiarcfi 30th and 31st, with
, jtra, has established
larship i r gift** young
rtudy with his foi
. Dorothea Anderson
lette.
m, K pi-1! hiirself studied with
.Follette from the time he
:e was sixteen. He
.' ta ilished the William Ka-
. 5, holarship in order to help
talented youngsters acquire early
train
I scholarship provides free
tuition for the most gifted appli-
cant under the age of 12 years
Tr.e winners for the 1948-49
scholarship were Alice Merker, of
Brooklyn. New York then four
years and Michael Wagman,
Newark. New Jersey, then six.
Both are still studying.
Mr Kapellnow in his twen-
tieshas been attracting the at-
tention of the musical world since
he was ten. He has felt the im-
portance of awards in his own
career- Before he was twenty, he
was the winner of three major
endowments designed to encour-
a^.- voung artists: the Youth Con-
test of the Philadelphia Orches-
tra, the Naumburg Foundation
Award and the Town Hall En-
dowment Series Award.
in his first prize after only
sis we< ks of piano study. It was
--. open to children in all
tin S ttlement Schools. He was
a schol rship pupil at the Colum-
b,a Gh mmar School, at the Phil-
phia Conservatory, where he
: with Olga Samaroff Sto-
:\. and at the Juilliard Grad-
s hool.
.; Kapell will perform Serge
] ieff's Concerto for Piano
estra No. 3 in C major.
26, here. John Bitter will
iduct Ludwig Van Boetho-
. >nt Overture. Opus 84.
Jean Sibelius's Symphony
No. 2. i D major, Opus 43.
Brandeis Auxiliary Meets
A n gular meeting of the Louis
nd"is Auxiliary No. 199.
of Israel, was held last
Seacomber Hotel,
. Beach. A film and talk
on Mus ula Dvstrophy were giv-
Bill L. Seller.
North Shore Women
Donor Luncheon
Tl rTorth Shon
B ; v
1st, a 2 noon in I
i .: i ub,
Gu .i will 11 Mrs.
Ha S. '. ufn an, \ i<-.it
of B'nai B'rith W n ;, tri t
Mo. 5 S uss B'nai
B'ri h on a national scale, [he
Vagabond Club will then enter-
tain with its show.
Donor cl airman is Mrs. Bert
Perell co-chairmen are Mrs. John-
ny Howard, Mrs. George Levin-
son and Mrs. Leon Rapee.
Eliminate Postal Tax
On March 12th. the Congress
of the United States repealed the
provision of Public Law No. 233,
which required an additional
which rajuneu an auaiuuiwi Melroooinan A. .-a cnairmen
charge of 10 per cent on purchas- the current door-to-door canv
es of 50 or more postal cards.
As of last Saturday, March
Meirooolilan A. .-a chairmen receire instructions from Chairman Fred K. Shochet (right), during
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.r canvass of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown (left to Tight) Mrs. Milton
SirkinrMiami Beach): Mrs. Benjamin Miller (North Dade): William Kneapler. (Hialeah-Miami
Springs): Leonard Kalish (West Miami): Irving Sul (Miami): Naphtali A. Weidberg (Coral Gables):
22nd, the 10 per cent charge was Ben Clein (Flagler-Granada) and Shochet. tAaocl*ted Photo)
eliminated.______________________---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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us in our recent bereave-
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1952
vJewlsti Ftcrlcllar
PAGE 7 A
Truman Move? To
Push Peace Feelers
,. an American move in the
nations to call an Arab-
,ewish peace conference in Wash-
under the chairmanship of
,lph Bunch. UN mediator in
, ab-Israeli war."
Drop08al for such a confer-
-', be held m Washington
..,,, by Benjamin G.BrOW-
, esident of the Zionist Or
Sanization of America, at a lunch-
n meeting of Zionist leaders.
Tl ZOA leader said that on
jJ recent visit to Israel he ''heard
great deal about a number of
Arab statemen- and newspaper-
men, led by the oreign Minister
f Pakistan, Sir Mohammed Za-
irullnh Khan, urging peace be-
veen the Arab states and Is-
riel" Mr. Browdy asserted that
on the basis of conversations with
Israel high officials as well as
loreien diplomats he has come to
he conclusions that "there is a
creat deal of substance' to these
Arab peace feelers.
"As far as Israel is concerned,
he said, "I can say with authority,
having spoke to the highest offi-
cials including Prime Minister
David Bcn-Gurion, that Israel
would welcome peace negotia-
tions with the Arabs.' He ex-
pressed the opinion that "once
the representatives of the Arab
states and Israel meet in Wash-
ington it should not be very dif-
ficult, under the guidance of the
United Nations and the American
government, to convert the armis-
tice agreement between Israel
and the Arab states into a peace
treaty." _
Meanwhile. Dr. Bunche ex-
pressed disappointment in Lon-
don at the fact that so little prog-
ress toward a permanent peace
settlement between Israel and the
Arab states had been made in the
three years since he helped ne-
gotiate the armistice agreements.
"I had hoped that there would
be fairly rapid movement from
the armistice agreements to a
more permanent settlement," Dr.
Bunche told newsmen, adding
that "I can only hope for the cre-
ation of a better climate and that
some break will soon appear
which will be of advantage to
everybody." He expressed the
opinion that a lasting peace in
the Middle East was needed not
only by that region, but by the
whole world.
Obituaries
EafANUDL KI.KNKKT
fi!i. nf HomeKtcurl. Florida, passed
nwt) Sunday, March Mrd, In ;i local
hospital, Me Is survived by Ins daugh-
ter, .li miii-iii- Klenert, of the Bronx,
New York. Remains were sent t<-
New Vurk City for service* and burial
by "The Miami Riverside",
KAMUEL l.uvrn-ll
65, of 60 NW 17th Tei rai pa Bed
away Wednesday, March litth, In a
local hospital. He is .-" vlvcd l>j i>i:-
wlfe, Estello, two dnuithtei Ho
riinl l*eonore, two nrothers, Morris
and Jack, and one sister, Nettle.
Hen w< re on Wedne mIh March
Hi ;n "The Miami Itlvel n '". with
Rabbi Shmnryahu T. Bw irsk)
im;. Interment was on Mount Nebo
i 'emetery.
PHILIP SAPBRHTEIN
T". of M6 Michigan Avenue, died on
March 19th. A retired realtor, he li
survived by his wife, Jennie, and by
a nephew, Max Marx, Services were
on March 21st, at the Miami Beach
Riverside. Inti-rnn-nt was on Mount
.sinai Cemetery.
HARRY ZKIl.INiil-.lt
73, of S46 Lenox Avenue, illcd *>n
March 22ml. He is survived by liis
wife, Esther, two sons, Sam and
Charles, and four daughters, ROM,
Lillian. Dorothy and Ida. Services
were on March 23rd. at the Miami
Beach Riverside, with Rabid Muses
Meschelorr officiating. Interment was
On Mount Sinai Cemetery.
LOIUS I.AZAR
71, of 1B60 Drexel Avenue, Miami
Beach, died on March 23nd, In a
Beach hospital. He is survived by
his wife, Mattie, anil by a son, Milton.
Services were on March 231'1. a I the
Miami Reach Riverside, with Rabbi
Abraham Casael officiating, inter-
ment as on Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Shown above making arrangements for a Mass Bar-B-Cue to be hiald by the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida on the Elks Grounds. 501 Brickel Avenue, Sunday. April 6th, (left to right) are
Jack Miller, refreshments; Leo Steinman. general chairman; Edward Kl-ain. publicity; and Sidney
M. Aronovitz, president of the Council. Other on the committee not shown are Richard Fink, booth
displays; Gilbert Schwartz, light effects; and Abe Maloff and Kv-lvin Weinkle. co-chairmen.
IKE MICHAEL
65, of MIS Collins Avenue. Miami
Reach, died on March 23rd. in a
local hospital. He Is survived by his
wife, Marv, ttfo sons, Julius and
Martin, anil two daughters, Hose and
Adele. Remains were sent to New
York Citv for services and Interment
by the Miami Reach Riverside.
SAMUEL BERO
r>6 of 9fi9 West Avenue, passed awaj
March 24th. Services were on March
25th, at the Miami Reach Riverside,
with Rabbi Moses Meschclnff official-
ins. Interment was on Mount Sinai
Cemetery.
OTJIDO LEVI
73. of 111 "'th Terrace, l>i l.ldo Isl-
and, diedaon March 23rd. He Is surviv-
ed by his wife, Ceslra. one son, Re-
nuto," and one sister. Olga CaUegari. of
Italv. Services were on March Sain,
at the Miami Beach Riverside, with
Interment on Mount Nebo Cemetery.
TIYMAN WANK
55 of 1309 Euclid Avenue, died on
March 24th. He is survived by Mi
wife. Lola, two sons Mart n and
Alvlq, one brother, Max. and IBM*
sisters. IJuriB. Ann and gaOy. Re-
mains were sent to Brooklyn. New
York, for services and interment U>
the Miami Fteach Riverside.
The Zionist
Luneheon Club
Invites You to Hear
Mrs. Marry
Grossman
President of Florida Region oj
Hadassah and Outstanding
Civic Leader
Speak on
"Hadassah and
ZionismTeamwork"
Wednesday, April 2nd,
12:15 p.m.
Ritz Plaza Hotel
1701 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Sam Rabin Opens
Display Company
Announcement was made early
this week of the opening of a
new display firm specializing in
point-of-salc material and win-
dow installations and owned by
Samuel J. Rabin.
The new firm, which occupies
a building at 40 NE 26th Street,
Miami, will be known as Sam
Rabin Displays and will design
and manufacture display mate-
rials as well as. install displays
from Sebastian south to Key
West.
Rabin recently resigned as
sales promotion director of Ben
Danbaum, Inc., local Calvert dis-
tributors, to open his own firm.
He is a graduate of the University
of Miami and a World War II
veteran. ____________
Know Your Neighbor
Club Meets Sunday
The Know Your Neighbor Club
will hold a musical reception for.
its new officers and members on
Sunday, March 30th, 2 to 4 o.m.,
at the Colony Lounge, 3500 Coral
Way.
Mrs. Evelyn Harvey is chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Rose Per-
tes. Mrs. Norman Blaklcy, presi-
dent, will conduct the ceremon-
ies lor the 36 new members and
act as mistress of ceremonies for
the afternoon's program.
Those on the musical program
include Dodie Ferrel, soprano;
Jerry Berman, accordian; The
Swing King Trio; and Charles
Yulish, pantomine.
The main project of the club
for this year is Old Age Assist-
ance. _________^_^_^_
Tierney & KillinKSWorth
Sam Rabin
Mrs. Murry Grossman
TOASTMASTER
Albert E. Ossip
NEWS REPORTER
Charles H. Lee
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
Sponsored by
Miami Beach Zionist District
Lear School Tots
Hive Operettas
The intermediate grades of the
Lear School presented the Gilbert
and Sullivan Operetta, HMS Pin-
afore, last Thursday morning in
the School Auditorium.
Michael Kohl sang the admir-
! al's role. Others in the cast were
i Jonathan Mangold, captain; Joyce
Greenwald. Buttercup: Martin
Genn. Ralph; Gene Albright. Jo-
sephine; and Dorothea Diamond,
: the sister.
Assisting were Julian Levant,
I Jesus Fernandez-Reyes. Marlene
1 Morrison. Lynn Wiener, Wynn
Roberts. William Wiener, Alan
Genn. Norman Adler and Ddro-
,try Frank. The set was designed
and executed by Richard Get- {
mane, with Mrs. Dorothji Spon-
der. accompanist. Direction and
costumes were by Mrs, Natalie
Jordan and Mrs. Zelda Glazer.
The nursery kindergarten and
first grade students then present-
ed a Springtime in Rhyme, an
operetta based on favorite nurs-
, iv rhymes. Costumes were by
Mrs. Soonder and Mrs. Jordan.
The cast included Leonard
Kaye, farmer; Michele Whitney,
wile; Ronald Feldheim, Little Boy
Blue: Mark Mangold and Susan
Kuplan. Jack and Jill: Joy Gold-
man. Bo-Peep; Gary Lasoff and
Gerald Kaplan, birds: Jackie
Goldman, lony Russcol, Bcrta
Levitt, Donna Schlossman ana
Pattie Roberts, flowers: Janice
Fried, the sun: Richard Fogel. the
moon; Vallis Feinberg, Mistress
Mary: and Neil Parker. Bruce
Lewis and Joan Stolorow, the
raindrops.

Zainora PTA
Moots April 2nd
The PTA Meeting of the Za-
mora Jewish Center Sunday
School will be held.at the center.
on Wednesday evening April 2nd,
at 8:15 p.m. Bernhardt H. Ches-
man will preside.
A program will be held under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur
Borok following the meeting.
Mrs Bertha Raskin will be guest
speaker and will dtocuji: A
I Approach To Jewish Edu- j
"Refreshments will follow the
,m with Mrs. J. Leiberman
m charge.
BE SMART. Don't wait. Reg-
ister now and vote May 6th. You
don't want your officials elected
by the minority.
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* Jewish fhridinr
PAGE 9 A
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, ot 1285 SW 19th Terrace, cele-.
kjaied their 25th wedding anniversary last Sunday evening..
\ Elumberg left for Roselle, New Jersey, Tuesday morning
attend the wedding of Miss Jacgueline Fried.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Karm, of Chicago Illinois, are visit-!
. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaplan, 720 Jefferson Avenue, Miami'
teach. Mrs. Karm is the sister of Mrs. Ira H. Schulman, 748
Euclid Avenue. ^
Dr and Mrs. David Farber are visiting with Dr. and Mrs.
Urcham Kitzen, of 2230 SW 21st Terrace. Dr. Farber is a sur-
ton at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peysen announce the birth of their
Lid daughter, Linda Sue, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital on
Koch 18th- Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
fannen. *
Dr and Mrs. M. J. Leibner, of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania,
nil arrive here on April 2nd, to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
fc-as Leibner, 22 NW 18th Avenue, and their uncle and aunt,
Er, and Mrs. Samuel Weitzroan. 1971 SW 19th Avenue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, of 126 SW 9th Avenue, cele-
Lcted Mrs. Badanes' 71st birthday with a cocktail party at
fceir home on Sunday afternoon. The party was tendered by
fceir children, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Badanes, Mr. and Mrs.
M-Tis Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Phillips and Miss Flor-
lr.ce Badanes, all of Miami. Guests included Rabbi and Mrs.
Kax Shapiro, Dr. and Mrs. R. Spencer Howell and Mrs. Elva S.
feowell. + # ^
Miss Merle Barbara Forman. of 827 16th Street, Miami
Lach was 17 on March 21st. A student at the Miami Beach
b:ch School, she will graduate in February, 1953.- Mervyn A.
Idirim, 1931 NW 36th Avenue- helPed Miss Fcrman celebrate
Lr birthday.____________________________________
Mrs. Kogan To Host
Weenie Roast At Home
Plar.s have been completed to
hold a weenie roast at the home
of Mrs. Alexander Kogan, 3722
Royal Palm Avenue, on Wednes-
day, April 2nd, announced S. A.
Goodman, chairman of the Great-
er Miami Zionist Youth Commis-
sion sponsoring the affair.
The weenie roast will be held
in conjunction with a Zionist
Song And Dance Evening for the
members of Senior Judaea,Young
Judaea leaders, Junior Hadassah,
IZFA and Masada, Young Zion-
ist Districts. In charge of arrang-
ing the program for the evening's
activities is Sy Friedman, direc-
tor of the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion. Others working on the pro-
gram are Ruth Clein, Phyllis
Goldman, Earl Lowenstein, Doris
Kasow, Sandy Freedman, Abe
Schafer and Dor, Schrager.
Sholem Lodge To Feature
Can You Top This, Today
A take-off of the radio and tele-
vision show, Can You Top This,
will highlight the luncheon meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
today at noon, in the main din-
ing room of the Robert Clay Ho-
tel.
Luncheon chairman, Alan B.
Kessler, has invited Marx Fabei
and Eli Hurwitz to join him on
the panel. There will also be audi-
ence participation.
(Ardinore Stuillos)
Afrs. Leonard Wadler
Double Ring Rites
Unite Jacobs, Wadler
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter was the scene of a double
ring car.dle light ceremony which
united in marriage Miss Sandra
Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward R. Jacobs, 3 Farrey Lane,
Belle Isle, Miami Beach, and
Leonard Wadler. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Wadler, 123 3rd
I Street.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of the Center, officiat-
ed.
Ths bride wore a white chan-
tilly lace gown. Her or.ly piece of
Iry was a single strand of
pearls, gift of the groom. Matron
ot honor was Mrs. Martin Jac-
obs, with Myron Ja>obs acting as
11 st man. Miss Rhoda Jacoi s was
junior bridesmaid. Miss Dotty
Cook handled the guest book.
Usru is were Martin Jacobs and
Carl Lipton.
Ihe ncwlywed Mrs. Wadler at-
tended Miami Beach High School
and the Walsh School of Business
j Science. The groom attended
lOlney High School, Philadelphia.
The couple have left for a
honeymoon trip to Cuba and will
then tcur Florida. They will
ITake their residence in Miami
Beach.
William Kapell
To Meet Family
When the brilliant, young pian-
ist, William Kapell, appears on
Sunday and Monday nights with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, he will also
perform before his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kapell, who have
arrved from Pass-A-Grill, Flor-
ida.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. the pian-
ist's uncle, will be present on both
nights. Mrs. Edwin Niman of For- 1
est Hills, New York, Dr. Wolf-
son's daughter, has arrived to at-
tend the concerts.
Mr. Kapell arrives in Miami to-
day, from Jackson, Missouri,
where he gave a piano recital
last night. His busy concert
schedule won't permit him to re-
main here. He is booked through
the entire month of April.
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University of Miami Campus
Sponsor: B'nai B'rith Women
of Cor.il Gablec
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
SAMUEL SAAL
Wishes to extend its sincere appreciation
for the many kind expressions of sympathy
during its hour of bereavement
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, congratulates James I. Keller. Jr., chairman of the 1952
Community Chest Campaign, at the Chest's Annual Maeling and
Victory Dinner. The Jewish Social Service Bureau, oldest of
Miami's social agencies, prorides family and individual ca^'-'work
I and counselling help to the Jewish population of Greater Miami.
Sisterhood Seeks To
Raise Funds For School
Bertha Merirgoff. president of
the Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an-
nounces plans for a gala card
party to raise funds for the Chil-
dren's Religious School.
The party will take place in
the Social Hall of the synagogue
on Sunday evening, March 30th,
at 8 p.m. Mrs. Rose Bakst and
Mrs. Clara Weinstock are chair-
men for the affair.
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. jary Kobert Schwartz, son of
|Mr. snd Mrs. Gerald Schwarz, 605
|SW 11th Street, was born at
p- unt Sinai Hospital last Friday
fv|'ng, March 21st.
I The I aby's first gifts were Is-
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Mr. and Mrs. George Sch-
wartz, 1929 SW 2ist Street, and
Mr and Mrs. David Pred, 1015
West 46th Street. Gary Roberts
father is director of public rela-
tions for the South Florida State
of Israel Bond Drive. Botn par-
ents are University of Miami
alumni.____
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FHIDAY, MARCH
28. la
Arabs Extend Negotiations
Feelers; Leaders Skeptical


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the rosy :.-- <'-".. '' obtaining
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equipped.
I- fact me '. them .-
creased armamenti are
Ukery to be used in a revolt.
rather than in ar. attack on Is-
rael, r tl I the Mid-
dk East.
Harry Richman right), buy* the first ticket to a Miami BarJ
Masada-sponsored Theater Party from Miss Irene KesienbTrl
center as Gilbert Rappaport. fund raising chairmen. loohl
Monies raised from the benefit will fc used for Israel
Pniafc]
Academy Wontem
Fleet Officer*
place
n v '- 7. Aanl
M Jaael
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^an of t.-e .' u Com-
nittee, will present tl slate
.....Dclud v ~; i.-.d
r for tl
The program ''' the afternoon
be presented bj Me Alfred
Program chairmen, who
will act as moderator for a panel
discussion on Passover Today.
Participating in the discussion
will be Mrs. Irving F:rtel who
will -peak on Passover Dishes,
Mrs. Rackovsky. o- Problems Re-
lating To Passover, and Mrs.
Maw Mescheloff. en Passover
And Your Children. Mrs. Alfred
Stone will introduce the discus-
lion and will also speak on
'', | re Pai rver?
Mrs. David S. Andron. vice
president of The Hebrew Aead-
Vomea, -Anil be hostess.
Raise funds
For Hrandeia
M re than SIQO.000
-- 400 pt
attended the recent Testi-
- Dinner at the Delano Ho-
-.. Miami Bea .-.. in honor of
Dr Abram L Sechar, pr-
I Brandeii University
The r.:r.-sectarian Univi n
f.'k.-: i M kwetts, ha
d on an expansion
~ resigned to augment the
:.:. in reasiog deatanes on
ita facilitiea in the Arts. Sciences
h~i Gradoate Schools.
Arr.o.-.g rrf,tables who attended
the Deiar.o affair were Monte
Seiig. Jacoo Sher. Dave Phillips.
Jack Ablin and Harold Turk.
The party is being held March 30th through April lit n }
Lincoln Theater. Frank Sinatra and Shelly Winters star 'in Mm!I
Danny Wilson. Tickets at box office prices must t; purchamtl
from Masada. 3-6192 and $8-1082. in order for funds to be 3
available for these projects.
Stale Department Favors Hill
KEW YORK 'JTA)Omnibus
{ration legislation pending
before the House, the Walter Bill
which is being opposed by liberal.
Jewish and non-Jewish organiza-
tions 3S "undemocratic*' and "dis-
riminat :;..' is favored by the
State Department. Herve J.
L'Heureux. chief of the Depart-
ment's Visa Division said here.
L'Heureux made this known ir.
an address in New York before
the National Council on Natural-
ization and Citizenship.
The visa chief said that in a
letter to the an of fli
House Judiciarv mnuttee, tk
Department exprc^;.>d the v
that the House". .: mbui hilliij
decided hnproverr.ent over tk
existir.g law. -A'.: the omcibu
bills before the C r.gress wcuM
eliminate race ,.- r tc immi
gration and naturalization,'' h
declared. The liber;-liztng fea'tora
to which he reft:.-.:: r.ave baa
described by opp r. r.ts ar.d Jfc.
C-rrsn-Walter slatkra as
"sugar-coating"' : ffset that
they said were numero tUn,
tiorable features.
Gratz, Rothstein
Win Appeal Prizes
Mrs. Pearl Gratz. 525 Espanola
Way. Miarr.i Beach, and Leo
Rothstein. 210 SW 51st Place. Mi-
ami, were winners of prizes val-
ued at several hundred dollars
during the last meetings of the
Metropolitan Division. Combined
Jewish Appeal.
The next regular Report Meet-
ing will be held on Monday ev-
ening. March 31st, 8:15 pjn., at
the Hibiscus Lodge. 10th Street
and Alton Road.
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SE EN JEWISH CHAPLAINS currently serving wiih lhe Army,
Air Force ar.d Marine Corps in Korea conduct a service at a Jew-
ish grave in the UN cerr.eijry in Pusan. Shown, left to right, are
Major Maurice Kleinberg. Army. Lcs Angeles.- Lieutenant Arnold
Shevlin. Army, Philadelphia; Lieutenant Reuven Siegsl. USN
with the Marines,. Baltimore; Zelig Chiritz, Air Force. Brooklyn-
Captain Harry Z. Schreiner. Army. Morris Plains. New Jersey:
Herbert Britchto. Army. Philadelphia: and Major Meir Engel
Army. Elkins Park. Pennsylvania. The chaplains were gathered
at Pusan for a conference of several cays, coming from all sectors
of the battle area.
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5AY, MARCH 28, 19S2
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+Jewist ftDr/rdfar
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PAGE 11A
Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
., .!, -.visii Telegraphic
inc.)
i |, reports that Brandeis
I rea^y to recorsider
t/s football on Saturdays, a
Kr-iitv spokesman has rcveal-
I. iv tndeis -doubts' any
^change in policy. The
-Vnt was made in response
|U('F,ins about Brandeis ath-
practices.
jTrepresents a position that
filets with the impression giy-
fecentlv bv Prexy Abram L.
ler in a letter written to one
Ihe nation's leading Rabbis,
tar told Rablji H. E. L.
tgogue Council of America,
fn | the university's board of
Les would review the issue.
| Council, which speaks for
liodox, Conservative, and Re-
jews, had gone on record
ftisi Saturday football.
Je Council urged that the
Mice be abandoned and sug-
tii Saturday night football as
Ibstitute. Brandeis, of course,
Id not possibly play football
Saturday nights and have any
J of a schedule. Whether or
ffootball should be played on
iSabbath by the Jewish-spon-
|d University, the fact remains
j college pigskin activities are
litionally n Saturday after-
Brandeis would have to
l colleges willing to alter their
Idules to fit Benny Friedman's
i into the picture,
he Synagogue Council of
brica's blast was the latest in
towing series of attacks on
jrideis policy. It was viewed
pn important one because of
group's representative na-
is summer Sugar Ray Rob-
in, world's midleweight box-
champ, will fight in Israel
the staggering purse of
dollar. His appearance will
la benefit for "the people of
111'' as part of a show to be
led Life For Israel and stag-
Tin the Rarr.at Gan Stadium
|r Tel Aviv. Plans for the
|r.t .ere announced by Barney
'.ofmcr welterweight title
ler, who praised Sugar Ray
being a philanthropist" in
|ee:ng to the btitit. The event
ze a 10-round over-the-
"it match on June 14th.
Ill, the opponent has not yet
In chosen, it was probable that
|nch light-heavyweight Albert
might be the one.
|Ick Savitt survived his first
test on the US courts since
| > rn from Australia by win-
the National Indoor Cham-
iiship. PLiying at top form,
fitt defeated William Talbert,
di fending champ, in three
strais-ht sets ... In the doubles
tinal Si vitt teamed up with Jew-
ish star Irvin Dorfman of New
York, but they were knocked
off by Talbert and Budge Patty.
Three newcoiran will be a-'
mong the teams to take part in
the national basketball tourney
to be held bv the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board March 8th and
9th, in Baltimore. A quintet from
Wilke's-Barre, Pennsylvania, and
another from Mt. Vernon, NY,
will represent their respective
sections. The third team that
wasn't in the tourney last year
was sure to come from New Jer-
sey. Last year's Jersey champs,
the Elizabeth YMHA, were de-
feated in preliminary play. Four
teams Bayonne, Plainfield,
Trenton, and Newark were
fighting it out for the right to
go to Baltimore. Others slated for
the tourney include Montreal,
Toronto, Portland, Baltimore, and
the Bensonhurst Jewish Com-
munity Center of Brooklyn, last
year's victors.
-What's Cooking-
Young Cy Coleman, pianist and
composer, has the background of
a modern Horatio Alger, with all
the rags to riches aspects. Born in
the Bronx, Gy found his lucky
break when a family boarder left
a piano in the house in lieu of
rent.
At the age of five, Cy played at
Steinwav Hall where the critics
called him a "young master." Just
out of his teens today, Cy is a
veteran of 17 years of show bus-
iness and has appeared at many
of the country's finest hotels and
night clubs, solo and with his
trio.
Cy tells me that he just likes
to eat, but when I spoke with his
mother, she confided that he's es-
pecially partial to her Pumpus-
kes. Here is her recipe for a dif-
ferent but delicious dish.
Combine one cup of cottage
cheese with one cup grated apple
and 2 eggs in a mixing bowl; beat
with rotary beater until well
blended. Mix and sift one cup of
all-purpose floor, with one and
one-half teaspoons sugar, one-
fourth teaspoon cinnamon, one-
fourth teaspoon salt, and one
teaspoon of baking powder. Stir
into cheese mixture. Add one-
fourth cup thick sour cream, mix
well. Heat one-half cup of short-
ening in a heavy skillet. Drop
cheese batter by tablespoonful in-
to hot fat. Fry over medium heat
until golden brown. Turn and fry
on onther side. Drain on absor-
bent paper. Serve hot with sour
cream, honey or jelly. Makes
about 15 pompuskes.
Winner of the recent Queen Esther conVdst in the B'tiai B'rith Purim festivities at the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center was Maxine Drucker BBG-BZB youth chapter. Leon Steinman. left, produced the shew. Marlene Turner, modern danc-
er, took second place. Irving Rudd. Brooklyn Dodgers publicity agent, was a judge with Craig
LaTaste. radio broadcaster. Natalie Bernstein took third pace.
>

Academy Views
Expansion; Liste
Board Members
During the Annual Meeting
held last Monday evening at the
Hebrew Academy, the newly
elected Board of Directors, con-
sisting of 60 members, initiated
a program of building and ex-
pansion by raising a fund for the
purchase of land for the erection
of the newly projected Hebrew
Academy in Miami Beach.
In a statement issued by Dr.
David S. Andron, president, he
designated the coming year as
The Hebrew Academy Expansion
Year in which facilities must be
made possible to accomodate a
student body of 500 children.
Pointing to the fact that some
50 pupils were refused admission
during the past months, he high-
lighted the urgency of the ex-
pansion program. The facilities
[of the present Academy accomo-
', dates 215 students.
Names of the newly elected
i members of the Board of Direc-
I tors are Messrs. David S. Andron,
; Isidore Goldberg, Jack Satin,
i Harry Genet, Samuel Ritter, Her-
I man Basch, Lewis M. Escott.
Samuel M. Grundwcrg, Raymond
: Rubin, Daniel Broad. Samuel
Reinhard, Matthew Silverstein,
Harry Koretzky, Dr. Irwin Mak-
'. ovsky, Jacob Andron, Irving Fir-
tel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Solomon
i Lobel, Kolman Luria, Sidney
; Rubinowitz, Harry Levitt, David
1 Levinson, Benjamin Appel,
I Charles Bender, Harry Cohen,
i Joseph Cohen, Samuel Cohen,
! Nathan Darsky, Saul Genet, Wil-
1 liam Gold, Joseph Gonshor, Jac-
' ob Kaufman, Samuel Magid, Har-
ry Sidenwonn, David Rosner,
Rabbi Golshevsky
To Conduct .Strath
Haven Services
Nathan Ginsburg, of the Strath ]
Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, who
has been outstanding for many
years in the field of kosher hotel
management, announces that
Rabbi S. Golshevsky. of Brook-
lyn, has been appointed to per-
form the Passover services at
the Strath Haven.
Rabbi Golshevsky is the Rab-
bi of Congregation Ansher Zedek,
Bensonhurst. He is also the dean
of the Beth Sholom Institute. He
was the former director of the
Yavne and Theological Seminary
and head instructor of Bible and
Hebrew literature there.
The Rabbi has helped in the
construction of various Yeshivos
and other educational institu-
tions.
Burnett Roth, Isidore Spolter, Dr.
Harold S. Kaufman, Harry Sir-
kin, Hy Koch, Nathan Ginsburg,
Hyman Jablon, Abraham Mason,
Samuel Sakols, Adolph Schwartz,
Sher, Max Silverberg, David
Shapiro, Abraham Finestone, Er-
win Stein, Jacob Sehecter, Harold
Turk, Saul Meringoff. George
Kimmel, Isidore H. Kramer, Ab-
Benjaimn Sherry, Joseph Wald- raham Mostow, Paul Grossinger
man, Harry Wasserman, Hyman land A. M. Siegel.

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private |
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and the Israel
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This issue remains open,
i-r.i all indications point to the fact th3i no c^r.crs'.j ictior is con-
templated for the time Ling ... In th meantime, eveiytring will
be done by all groups irle..sted in aiding Isr.=el to sEture the maxi-
r-.um dollar income for the Jewish Slate in ordrr to enac..- it to meet
its obligations for the next six months Incidentally. Gold Myer-
son seems to bs in an -mbarassan? position because of the rivalry
between the Israel bond drive and the UJA acmpaigrt H. I
ptaran i this country for the United Jewish A] been
two, and on dates not accepts I, I | L'JA The
ion as to why the Israel Government does nothing f I
Iination of the two campaigns and to eliminate rivalry in the
timing of the two drives is being posed by more and moie Jewish
munity leaders interested equally in the success of the L'JA and
Bond sale .

PRO-ARAB TRENDS: Don't think that the pro-Arab rr.ovcment in
-. United States has died down ... It is reappearing in the form of
' organization which will be known as The American Friends
of the- Middle East, with r.eadqua: ters in New York ... Its president
is no other than Dorothy Thompson who is the chairman of its na-
tional council, on which one finds the ttUam of anti-Zionist Rabbi
Morris S. Lazaion and Elmer Berger of the American Council of
Judaism The group terms itself "independent Americans." whose
interest! he in the peoples of the Middle East The organization
r.ds bung "public-spirited leaders" from the Arab countries to
tl United States to lecture before student, church and civic groups
."' will also develop an infoimation service to create a better un-
rsl inding in America of the people living 'between Morocco and
It w>" sponsor programs for Arab students already in
the Urited Slates and will send "specialists" to the Arab countries
'to establish bases fo cooperation" with local religious and cultural
leaders T. nei led for tl ill be raised through
ins whi reate tl
A Friend: f the Mid lie Easl
: e East ncluding Israel
* i
Members of the newly formed Miami Beach Havarot Young Judaea led by Gertrude M a
Charlotte Glyck. The group recently held its first installation at the home of Kathv ir i *
a candlelight ceremony, with Sy Friedman, director of the Florida office. Zionist Youth r "I
sion. officiating. S.-ated 'left to right) are Marilyn Gidney. Bornie Bernstein, treasurer r?*"
lack, president. Kathy Kaplan, secretary. Iris Lip ton. v;ce president, and Carol Stein Si>*j
Patty Mackauff. Iris Beth Sharpe. Nancy Sonr.stt. Gertrude Migdal, Joyce Forest. MaxinVrL
and Lois Blumierg.
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BETWEEN COVERS: Studenl ..; 7;,,.
P ...; K H ust Mac-
pro-Ai nd anti-Z
He cuimi that the establishment of the Jewish Stale has
contributed greatly to growth of Arab nationalism And that "th -
threat of political Zionism" h lD?d to hrino the Arab s'ales closer 10-
:rer t th. idi thai J ws and
I that Hei a ibii
' "ig 1- A S iuth Arabian, he sa;
ng the first verse of the Hi
that Most arried an Aia-
Midianite priesi a d 1
.*,'' establish 1 t the Gull | Aquaba was a -
. nd that S is fleet then He
P"^"'5 "! ,1he over e "rlury after Solomon. Jehosaphat 873-849
BCl f'' held swaV ov" EJath. modern AqiKba. and the trads
iou.js leading by them, and received tribute from the Arabian "who
brought him Hocks' Sp. Koran Pi ,: ffitti
historical tivi tl A
ire sin ilai I th, lives in thi Old Test
lory of th eation. the fall d Ad
the stor; ol Joseph Inl
' sealed by Prof, Hitti on th,. role whcE
irina the middle ages, a- phvsi-
.v:. Em" mav,sts P i He emphasizes
SSLl^aiSLV ,relP^d bY Creeks and monotheTshc reH
gions as evolved by Ufa Hebrews prophets, were the richest legacies
of the anc.ent West and of the ancient East Ard he speaks wUh
great resp:ct of Solomon Ben Gabriol. the Jewish philosojLT of
Arabic Spain '1021-1058) whom he calls "the Jewish Plato" .
" ; ,' : ""'' -'"' deal of space to Maimonides to
'the most famous of the Hebrew phySn
sophers of the who!,- Arabic epoch" pnysiciana and
Arabs Seek
Satisfaction On
Refuqee Problem
NEW YORK fJTA)The New
York rimes rej rts that Sir M >-
jhammed Zafiullah Khan. Pakis-
tan's Foreign Minister, said :n
Karachi this week-end that the
Arab states tst ha\
tion or. lems f tl Ara
"< fuj frontier it
Israel e the rate in a
Middle East : acl In
inti 1 .-. t!
ing 1 in ts:
: "1 t import
refug, A:-
uesti
Arab stati .
theiv they will no 1
"
- ""' A il! at r.o
e tolerate 1 any-
thing to
"' the ithin the
A states. Wl
I d ; t v
ence of i othersta!
within its frontier, for instance,
me state might have more air-
.'. available than arother,
they would never approve of the
presence of Israeli forces."
3. '-As a further note and 1
of caution I w iuld like to l.
iut that it must not be autoa
ically assumed that the
itates will cooperate."
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MARCH 28. 1952
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PAGE 13 A
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Uanv Americans, including important elements of US Jewry, are
ktmti ag3ins( the remilitarization and renazification of West-
Berany. The Soviet Union, meanwhile, has issued a note to the
Fiann and Great Brtain. The note advocates a treaty with a
L) Germany which would grant Nazi generals and others full
End political rights and would allow the Fourth Reich to have
Jnal land, air and sea forces."
[The Communist Daily Worker *aid that the "Soviet plan on
Itiany will bar Nazi revival." But it failed to explain how the
Cnlin could "bar" a "Nazi revival" by reviving the Nazis. The
l=t plan, in the words of the Kremlin, provided that "all for-
I members of the German Army, including officers and gen-
k, all former Nazis, excluding those who are serving sentences
C.'d by courts for the committing of crimes, shall be granted.
If and political rights on a par with all other German citizens
[participating in the building of a peace-loving democratic
many."
rhe Kremlin, which recently said it "abhors on moral grounds"
Remilitarization of Western Germany by the United States.
hmended that: "(1) Germany shall be allowed to have national
t air and sea forces essential for the defense of the country; (2)
(any is allowed the production of war materials and equipment,
guanti' i d types ol which must not exceed the amount neces-
for ih( armed forces laid down for Germany by the peace
The Soviet policy shift would negate the Potsdam Agreement
lien provided for the permanent exclusion from German poli-
|1 life of "all members of the Nazi party who have bsen more
|n nominal participants in its activities." for "completely end
kily" outlawing the Germany General Staff, and for a per-
nent tan against the production in Germany of all weapons
war material.

Comn unist publications, which protest so loudly when America
i busini ith Hitlerites, hailed as a "peace safeguard" this new
lion ol the Nazi-Soviet pact. The Reds protested on "moral
lnds" gainst the American plan to activate Germany divisions
|ie incorporated into a European defense force under interna-
comn a: d. Yet Moscow now advocates not just a limited
Iber ni German divisions but an army, air force and navy
er Hit.' i officers.
Our Stale Department is expediting preparations for the
nililarizelion of Western Germany. The Department made
own that if is arranging with the Germans to turn over to them
ktody cf most of the Nazi war criminals who still remain in
L A race is developing between Washington and Moscow to
puce the German militarists. The real winners in this race may
neither East nor West but the Nazi war criminals who liqui-
led European Jewery. A majority of the Germany people is
lerested in defending American democracy no more than its
Ves abcut prepeluating Soviet Communism. It's still Deutschland
fcc: Alles.

[Considers ly before the Korean war the offcial State Depart-
p: attitude toward the Nazis was indicated. Herve J. L'Heureux,
fel of thi Vi :a D,vision of the State Department, addressing the
wish Lab. r Committee at Atlantic City, New Jersey, on February
11949. sai that "the Department considers that mere voluntary
Istment in the Germany Army, or joining the Nazi Party, should
longer be considered as sufficient in itself to conclude that an
en's entry would be prejudicial to the interests of the United
lies. Pcopie in ell countries join all kinds of organizations, often
I fully realizing what they are joining."
The Bavarian Radio has broadcast that 85 per cent of the "New"
pt German Foreign Ministry are former Nazis. The Germany
urt said there were "more Nazis now than the Foreign Ministry
: even under Hitler" ar.d that some had been connected with
[Jewish r,c arums in occupied countries. Although the Nazis lost
1945. they are winning in 1952 on both the Eastern and Western
nts.
West Miami Bazaar
A Herring Tearing Contest, a
food demonstration booth and
several other games are last min-
ute .additions to the full program
of attractions scheduled for the
West Miami Jewish Center Char-
ity Baazar which will be held
tomorrow evening and Sunday
afternoon at the Center. Mrs. Bet-
ty Breslow is chairman of the af-
fair.
Alpha Epsilon Pi Alumni
The Miami Alumni Club of Al-
pha Epsilon Pi fraternity held its
regular meeting last Tuesday eve-
ning in the Fala Room of the De-
lano Hotel.
EHmvH f#rir#?
Tops iioal
More than $25,000 swelled the
original 1952 March of Dimes
Campaign goal to a record $250.-
392.43, A. J. Cleary, local polio
chairman, announced here late
last week.
Cleary indicated that the goal
set by campaign leaders, $225,000.
| was topped by exactly $25,392.43.
I Ho subsequently thanked divis-
j ion chairmen and their commit-
tees. They included Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub, Mrs. Lillian Wolf,
, Jess Yarborough, Mrs. Bobert Z.
Greene, F. W. T. Smith, Tom
! Kelly, Caesar LaMonaca, the
I ai med forces, the Jerry Ganz
! American Legion Dance, Charlie
1 Smith, Commander S W. Kirk-
land and A. T- Ewell.
Era Svhulman
Awarded Phif
Ira H. Schulman. of 748 Euclid
Avenue, Miami Beach, late last
week received word from the
Ncctarian Fellowship College of
Philosophy, Kansas City, Mis-
souri, that he has been awarded
a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
Dr. Schulman has been resid-
ing here with his wife, Dorothy,
for the past six years. He is a j
former vice president of the Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah. His only
orother. Stanley, lives in Elmor.t,
Long Island, New York.
Mrs. Schulman is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaplan, 728
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach,
prominent in Orthodox Jewish
circles. She and her husband,
the htad of Business Financiers,
an organization which renders fi-
nancial aid to business men, have
one son, Larry.
Dr. Schulman is also a former I
student of New* York University.
louse Party
M'lroiiM's ll'nai
*rilh Members
Jubilee House Party design-
to welcome new men into
Ppical Lodge B'nai B'rith will
held March 30th. Sunday, 8:30
at the home of Marilyn
(il. 445(1 Sheridan Avenue, Mi-
Beach.
membership Chairman Sey-
Hinkes announced his ar-
rangement committee will in-
clude Dave Titel, Frank Zieve
and Leonard Lifshutz. Married
men interested in meeting at the
fifth annual membership party
are invited to escort their wives.
Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter
will be hostess for the evening.
Commissioner of B'nai B'rith
Youth Organiation, Milton Fried-
man, will discuss The Purpose
Of Our Order, What It Means
^"o Me.
Street
Miami
Andron Boys
Injured Here
An auto crash at 8th
and Michigan Avenue,
Beach, early Wednesday morn-
ing, injured four children who
were being driven to school.
The four youngsters are sons
of Dr. and Mrs. David Andron,
3127 Prairie Avenue. Mount Si-
nai Hospital authorities indicated
that Booby, 7, suflered a "poss-
ible fractured nose and lacera-
tions of the face." Michael, 2,
along for the ride, received "lac-
erations of the eyelids". Rich-
ard, 6, and Sandy, 13. were treat-
ed for "bruises and shock".
Henry Cohen, 42, according to
Dr. Andron, forced Mrs. Anaron
to swerve and crash into a pole.
You can help get out the vote
this year. Don't be content to just
jast your own ballot. Urge neigh-
bors and friends to register and
vote. Registration books close
Aprrr-5th.
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... Yeshiva Medical School For AH...

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Hebrew Academy pupils being awarded for out
Fund Dm by Isidore Goldberg, rice president
recent drive conducted by the Hebrew Academ
Grow consisting of 1.000 Trees in the Children's
day at a Special Assembly held in the Academy
in the program for this special assembly were R
er Miami JVF Council. Leon J. Ell and Daniel B
Dublin. Phyllis Katx. Martin Kaix. Mr. Isidore G
Joseph Lauer and Sandy Andron.
standing work on behalf of the Jewish N>.
of the Hebrew Academy and JNF official
y pupils for the purchase of a Hebrew A-w
Jubilee Forest in Israel was culminated lay i
auditorium. JNF dignitaries invi'ed to paflis
abbi Moses M. Mescheloff. chairman of the (
road. Pictured above, from left to right are
oldberg. Jerry Rubinowitx. Anne Grace Y*
Mayor Vincent R. Impellitieri and New York Stale Attorney
Genera: Nathaniel L. Goldstein, unveil the campaign poster of
the S25.0OO.OOC Medical Center campaign sponsored by Yeshiva
University, in ceremonies at City Hall. The poster, which stresses
the theme Fcr Toe Benefit Of All A Medical School Is Born,
is being publicly displayed at 6.000 different locations on the
Easter- Seaboard including railroads, bum, synagogues and com-
munrty centers. The Mayor joined Mr. Goldstein, who is national
:.-.airman -.'. :.-.e campaign, in urging public support of the pro-
ject :-. acvar.ee the health and welfare of our City. State and
Nalien, cy ae.ping to build New York's first r.ew Medical School
:.-. 53 years The non-sectarian Medical School will be the first
---:--' a 5*5^)00.000 Medical Center which will include Colleges
Of .^ecieine. Dentistry. Nursing. Public Health and Post Graduate
Zamora 4 enter
Hoi tin i unrhrnn
T M i Battex will be the
: Tueadaj April 1st,
- at the Z
44 Z.T.o:a Aven-
t 12:30 r. m,
?:. awarded for the
funn* nost igiaal and
tbc a H beautiful sat creations.
Rm Hal ri:::^ *riD be judged
bj :.: RabiDOwitz, Mrs.
tod Mrs. Paul-
-
Mr- Sam Alunan :s in charge
A the luncheon assisted by Mrs.
Eh Einbin^e: and Mrs. Ruby
Schear Mr; Bemhard: H. Ches-
man is .r. charge of program ar-
rangerr'-nts.
0 sen, Kor\*
betrothal Told
''' -' ( the <-.-..
"'.-- Nevada 0
: ''.:. Gene Ween 11
- Don E. Kory.
M in, vat rr.ad';
.. I Thur ,i-. at b party in Bur-
'":- \;
pioneer Miamian
Among wen the
Phil Cataman and
:--: ll k B Dutch
an. B BeJanofl
B Bet-astern, Natfc-
-' Fetks Si<|.
traul M ; Coin n and
Matzohs to Grace the Seder Table
FAMED DIPLOMAT
SPEAKS FOR UJA
FOR THE DAYS OF PASSOVER the Jewish housewife will find
a Horowitx-Margarelen matron to suit the taste of very member
of the family. Pesach varieties offered by the world's largest
mitxoh baking plant include plain, egg and whole wheat matxohs.
bitter-sweet, chocolate covered egg matxohs and matxoh shmurah.
fir. i'ltf *,ar ia-f,ranaio-, '.ft*-n rall.il
th- "fslner" of the bislori< United N.
lion- K--olutiun of Nevemlfer, 1947
that f.aw-.l \\\r v*a> for -ljl.li-lim nt
of tli-- Mat. of Israel, lia- ju-t arriw.l
in tin- rounlr) fr.,"i J.-ru-al-ni to par-
ti' ijiat.- in tin I nil.il J.*i-(i A[.[i.al".
nalionwiijf campaign. Ir Garcia'
Granadot, who visited (- Jewish State
a- a jru'--t of tli.- Israel Gotenunenli
*ill report to LJ \ 'ampaign rommuni-
liei on I-rj' I'- need* a- ahe -tru**!*-* to
arhievc economic independence ami
freedem. The noti-H itatesniaa i^ the
(orint-r i ln-f of ',uat#-niaia'- <\> ration
to lh- UN an'] until n-r*-nll> #-r\-l as
In- rountry'? Amla--a*lor to the United
Mat.- 7 hi- UJA, v.ith a 1932 *oal of
il'A.'.OO.'XX). ntakcJ possible the life-
Mvinr proKramit of the United I-rar-1
A ('['.il. Joint lli-tril'iition < ... rum 111 .-
and United Service for New American^
No rr.arttr how cart-fully Jew-
r.akers may plan their
each Pa r.t-xpected
on of fam-
" -- ft< n up the best-
laid pi : -a\ .-.
on the /. Margar-
Passover list are nutritive
'-us :. bitter-
: good-
This unusual confection,
light young and old
la ;. parl appropri-
- the fam-
asks the Four
'' -. correctl; i
in finding the Afikoman's
treat is
one of ti\ : mauohs
; / nd Mar-
leii Lor.;- Island City
the lai i :,-bak-
plant in the world. Tradi-
i.-O.T.
flour that I inically-
supcrviHcd from the harvesting
of the wheat, arc- a staple in the
In addition, there- are whole
wheat,, egg and pla:n Passover
matzor.s, and for matzoh recipes
to be made at home, Horowitz
and Margareten package matzoh
meal, whole wheat rr.atzoh meal,
matzoh cakes meal and matzoh
farfel.
Egg barley and egg noodles,
listed for Passover by Horowitz
and Margareten only, are making
their debut this year on hoi:
.pantrv shelves T..<-se. too. add
variety and nourishment to seas-
onal menus.
; i.Pritat0 Pancake mix offers a
challenge to the inger.ious Jew
i ish homtmaker. In addition to
(pancakes which require only
mixing ar.d frving latkes. muf-
Dnx ar.d stuffings rr.av be made
i from this product.
Parve knotdlach is another out-
frodl^K Product in the firm's
1952 Passover group. Six li-
flufiy matzoh balls are naekaged
in each can to add a "gourmet
'touch to ble or creamed
JHP Ftew or goulash.
Dentate. runchy soup nuts
anotht i tasty garnish.
C and ctioco-
: coconut mccaioons
" tun nored Passover fav-
orites U,r dessert or for between-
meal snacks. Other sweet- pn--
pered with full rabbir.ical sanc-
tion, are a fine-qualnv bitter-
sweet chocolate bar, preserves
; and jam.
. More than forty items, includ-
i irg nine quality condiments, are
(Offered by Horowitz and Mar-
gareten throughout the country
in better groceries ar.d food de-
'partments.
ISRAEL RECEIVES ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS
FROM TWO OUTSTANDING JEWISH COMPOSERS
Original music manuscripts by Darius Milhaud and Ernest Bio
were presented recently to Israel Ambassador Abba Eban 'r
by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Chairman of the Board of Goven
of the S5OO.00O.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. The manusi
were given to the State of Israel in honor of Pierre MonWl
conductor of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, at a sj6l
concert given recently in behalf of the State of Israel Bonds. l
Milhaud work is entitled Le Candelabre A Sept Branches, d*l
the Bloch compositions bear the title Deux Pieces Pour 0|
Cordes. Both were performed by the symphony orchestra uotel
the direction of Pierre Monteux at the concert for State of lir
Bonds.
By blowing bubbles, this speech therapist teaches a W^SS
youngster biaath control so he can learn to form words and so
This is one of many methods used by the Dade County
for Crippled Children to teach children with cleft palates, hair i
cerebral palsy and other handicaps to speak. Curwntly.
ciety ,s serving 154 crippled children and gives 332 gf^taE '59l
Mr f?*.J a monin' Speech therapy at Hm soey cllWC
NE Slsl Street, under direction of MUs Edith Stein.


Lay, march 28,1952
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PAGE 15 A
jch Center PTA
,s Seder Class
L Ti.odore Hankoff, presi-
fof the Parent-Teacher As-
jtion of the Miami. Beach
L Center, announces the
Eg up of a Passover Prepar-
1 Institute for Mpthers, to
olace "ii Tuesday. April 1st.
IT Center Building. The ses-
1 ]]] last all dayMong and
[,ei, will be served by the
Workshop is designed for
ol -tudents attending
,... ,Us Schools of the Cen-
will receive a com-
. orientation on the forth-1
mg Festival of Passover
bah a series of learning-by-
L' ... on the following
f 1 i Story Of P3ss-
f 11 [{' Holiday, How To Plan :
lasSover Party For Young-'
' 11 w To Set The Seder I
, and How To Conduct A I
, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
jjeneral chairman, on the
for the project is j
Cypen, chairman of
Comn ittee; Mrs. Har-
hairman of the Lunch-
committee; Mrs. Irving Fir- j
bhairman of the Seder Corn-
ami Mrs. Herman R.
. chairman of the Tel-;
Squad,
nong the demonstrations will !
ie following: A Passover!
|y. dem nstrated by Mrs. j
I kin, Recipes And Men-
tor Thi Holiday, by Mrs. '
bard Wolff: and Passover'
b:.:. bj Mrs. Harry Rog-
|ghlighting the day's sessions
be a complete Traditional
fer. conducted by Rabbi Irv-
1 nan, with the mothers
pating. Cantor David Sil-
nan will participate in the
er Service and the musical
of the Workshop will be
er the direction of Robert
Esburg.
Ralph Beers Wins
See America Contest
Louis Esloe, regional director.
South Florida Hotel Greeters of
America, Tropical Charter No. 19,
presented the winner of the See
America First contest from sev-
eral hundred entries at the Lord
Tarlton Hotel.
Winner of the contest was
Ralph Beers, who has just turn-
ed 16 years of age, from Jackson
High School. Beers was present-
ed with a $25 Savings Bonds
plus a week's vacation for two
at a Miami Beach hotel at the
close of the school term. Many
tours were also included among
the prizes.
The purpose of the contest was
to determine youth's attitude
about seeing America first.
The contest was offered to all
Dade County students of the 10th
grade.
LEGAL NOTICE
Shown above is Ralph Bears, (third from left) being congratulated upon winning the See America
First Contest. From left to right are Paul Card, president of the Hotel Greeters of America, Trop-
ical Charter No. 19; Louis Esloe, regional director; Beers; and Leon Rogan. international 1st Vice
president.______________________________________
Florida's Political Activities
Cannon Demands
Candidates Must
List Contributions
irve Spfrey
i Yiciousness
|hc/e Harve Spiyey, candidate
I Sheriff, drew a crowd esti-
Jed at 5,000 people last Thurs-
at his first major rally, held
[Bayfront Park.
fhe candidate spoke for ten
mites, He quoted liberally
(n. Miami Daily News stories
icc.nt crimes to point out
|cious criminal happening in
community." Uncle Harve
"first things should come
and that solution of major
l:' ould be the major job
he Sheriff's office.
* have been too many
Wived killings, as many as
1 arate rape cases within
I iour in this county, rob-
ries so I ig they make constant
Itional headlines and other
pds i i vicious crime, yet the
tnlf and his men are so busy
Itn politics they don't have
tie to give the public the pro-
Ftion they pay for and have a
gin tu Uncle Harve said.
if elected, he promised to gath-
fcaround him capable men for
al police work."
tost* Open*
k!!a.roi1,' koss- Jr- candidate for
pnstable of District 2, has open-
tuneR u5rtew at 119 Nw Le'
L?n!,e caniidate's campaign is
|ng managed by Robert O'Con-
f: la35 SW 2nd Street. Mr.
BurlT% 's emP'yed at the
I*" Power & Light Company.
In, 'ra"SS Kickoff Ral]y > Pre-
Pm ~.'aS held at the hme
frtiI c t Hunton- 44 SW
LEGAL NOTICE
nS^NTV JUDQE'S COURT
ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
: d.b~,.....No. 25731
.. '"s i A ri>; < ii-*
tOTic'p ncSl.>''!,:R. I'-eeased
A>Pi,rN-T~ENTION TO MAKE
PPUCA,TION FOR FINAL
INOTICP D'sCHARGE:
J-& is hereby given that I have
''l inv fi i given mat l nave
Inal liiJ.i I, r*'l""'t a"'1 petition for
I'M tor >' h' M Ancillary Admln-
KuTAdSSnuSS. '""barge an An-
,AlinlnlKtrator of the Estate
'tV^^Admlnl.trator.
Florida should hold the line
on its new and controversial elec-
tion law, according to Pat Can-
no.n, former US Congressman
and candidate for Circuit Judge
in Group Four.
"There has been much talk
among candidates and others
about the next legislature's re-
pealing the law restricting and
making public candidates' cam-
paign contributions and expendi-
ture," Cannon pointed out.
"Repeal would be a mistake,"
he maintained. "The people are
entitled to know where public
officials and particularly
judges get their backing."
'Shady and corrupting influ-
ences should be bared to the pub-
lic eye," he stated, "for by ex-
posing them, they can -be de-
creased or eliminated."
Cannon also called it "regret-
table that integrity among pub-
lic officials must be enforced by
laws, but enforced honestv is
better than no honesty at all."
"It seems to me, he said, "that
the candidates who are object-
ing to the law's listing contribu-
tions are those who want to shut
their eyes to the source of some
ol their own campaign funds."
"Similar criticism is being lev-
eled at the portions of the law
which restricts the expenditures
a candidate can make," he said.
"Personally, I am amazed at how
comparatively little it costs un-
der the new restrictions to wage
a strong and thorough campaign."
Marsh Pledges
Vigorous Action
John D. Marsh, candidate for
Dade County Solicitor, in a cam-
paign talk Tuesday promised
"vigorous and diligent prosecu-
tion of all criminal cases by the
County Solicitor's office, if elect-
ed."
The candidate is a veteran,
married, with two children and
a resident of Dade County for
the past 25 years. He was form-
erly associated with Circuit
Judge Vincent C Giblin and was
employed by the City of Miami
in the City Attorney's office.
Marsh served in the Royal Ca-
nadian Air Force during World
War II, and also with the United
States Air Force. He is a member
of the American Legion and fc-iKs
and a member of the Dade Coun-
ty Bar Association.
The Candidate promise^ to de-
velop an efficient staff of assis-
tants and a thorough preparation
of all criminal cases.
BeaclTCivic Singers
Plan For Music Month
Miami Beach Civic singers are
rehearsing and preparing a light
opera and spirituals for National
Music Week in May, in the Fleet-
wood Hotel Panorama Room, at
8:15 p.m. President Ruth Brot-
man is in charge of auditions.
Halley B. Lewis
Lewis Promises
N on- Participation
In Business
Halley B. Lewis, Arcadia at-
torney, who on February 1st
qualified as a candidate for Jus-
tice of the State Supreme Court
in Group 2, has crowded an
amazing amount of activities into
his 41 years, his supporters indi-
cate. A DeSoto County attorney
today, Lewis has also rendered
outstanding service as a teacher,
athletic coach, legislator, judge,
and during his residence in Ar-
cadia, he has taken an active
part in civic affairs.
Lewis was born May 21. 1910,
I near Williston in Levy County
and reared in that community.
, He attended public schools of
Levy County, taking a prominent
part in student and athletic ac-
! tivities, before graduating from
l Florida Southern College, Lake-
land, in 1935.
Immediately upon graduation
1 from college, Lewis entered the
teaching profession and devoted
I ten years in public school work
! as a teacer-coach, junior high
principal, assistant to county sup-
erintendent in Levy County, area
supervisor of instruction in Dixie
and Gilchrist Counties and sup-
[ ervising principal of Holmes
I County High School, Bonifay.
During the 10-year period he
was serving the school system,
Lewish also found time to repre-
sent Levy County in the State
Legislature in the 1937 and 1939
sessions.
In the 1937 session he served
as vice chairman and in 1939, as
j chairman of a House Committee
on Education. In 1937, he was
appointed by the Speaker of the
House to membership on the
' Special Legislative or Interim
Committee which drafted and
1 sponsored the passage in 1939 of
the School Code.
Lewis graduated from the Law
College of the University of Flor-
ida in 1945, and thereafter serv-
ed one year as Research Clerk
for the State Supreme Court, be-
I fore entering the private practice
of law in Tallahassee. In August
of 1950, he was appointed Judge
of the Small Claims Court of
Leon County, and resigned that
position to move to Arcadia in
January, 1951.
He promises to devote himself
to the duties of the office, mean-
ing that he will not allow him-
self to become engaged in any
business or political endeavors
i while a member of the Court,
' except that he may from time
j to time offer himself for re-elec-
! tion.
1^lV'*v*v*^^/*v>v,vrf>^^v>^^v^
Compaq
ft, CompM
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TEA
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14855:
l. WALTER MECKLEY, Plaintiff
\ B.
JOSEPHINE URl'BER MECKLEY,
Defends nt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPHINE GRl'UER
MECKLEY
Mlddletown, R.D.,
l 'ennsylvanla
You, Josephine Qruber Meckley, are
hereby notified that a I sill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fi l.-i
against you, and you ." required l
serve .i oopy of your Answer or Plead-
ing i" Ho- Bill <>f Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, Amos Benjamin,
503 Olympla Building-, Miami, Florida,
and fil>- the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ..a or before the 28th
d.i\ 'if April. l!'.".L'. If you fail to do
so, judgment by default ill in- taken
against you for the relief demanded
I in the Bill of Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
I Florida, this ifith day of March, 1952.
K. I!. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad,- County. Florida
(Seal)
By M. c. FF.ICK
Deputy Clerk
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for l'laintiff
:: 18 I 1-11-18
I ----------------------------------------------------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148560
I WALTER ANTONOWrTZ, Plaintiff
v.*.
ADELE ANTONOWITZ, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ADELE ANTONOWITZ
120 Parkslde Drive
i.vvittown, L.l NV.
YOD are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
piafnl on plaintiffs attorney, anil t>
file the Original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or ii.-for.- the iv.tii day of April, 1952:
otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will
it,, taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 26th
day of March, 1932
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit court
Dade County. Flornl i
By: <:. l: HARDIE
Dentltv Clerk
NORMAN R. LYONS
t!)ln-i2 Olympla Bldg,
Miami. Florida
J2/2S 4 4-U-K_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business uniler the fictitious name of
COMMUNITY BENDIX LACNDRY,
at V.< N. E. 11th St., Miami. Fl.i in-
lemls to register said name with the
i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
11 i:\liV PINCU8
Stephen F. Kessler
Attorney for Applicant
2200 West Fliigler St. *
1/14-21-28 4/4_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name or
BKILLIANT CLEANERS & LAUN-
DRY, at 240 West Flagler St.. Miami.
Fin.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Pade County, Florida.
HAISItY WEISMAN
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
(too West Flagler St.
3/7-14-21-2X ______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrine to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
APEX TV AND RADIO COMPANY,
at 5401 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Minn;.
Fla.. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PRANK RUDNICK
3/2S 4/4-11-18____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fk-titious name of
I.AI'NOItY SUPPLIES DIVISION OP
CHEMICAL SPECIALTY LABORA-
TORIES, at Miami. Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of th* Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SAM BEN
HARRY 9ILBY
MANUEL LUBFJL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawvers Building
22S N.E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla.
S/28 4/4-11-18 t


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WINNERS OF 1951 STEPHEN WISE AWARDS
0
"MJAML FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1952
SEC. E
fade County's
'oung Adults
lupport Drive
Hur.
of Dade County
i Young Adults are ex-
.r,,H j turn out for the free
and Show Night spon-
l-Jj bv the Youth and Young
PIuM- Division of the 1952 Com-
Ed Jewish Appeal, it has been
; v Dr. Donald Mic.-.el-
(, al chairman
Two Statesmen, Law Professor, Jewish
Composer Receive Stephen Wise Awards
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel. Professor Zechariah
Chafee. Jr., of Harvard University. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. co-chair-
man of the Jewish Agency, and the noted composer, Ernest Bloch.
have been named the recipients of the Stephen Wise Awards for
19aI. it was announced late last week by Dr. Israel Goldstein, presi-
dent of the American Jewish Congress.
The wards each bearing a cash Dr. Goldstein declared: "The
e of $1.00 I. were established American Jewish Congress, when
by the American Jewish Con-
gress in 1949, to mark the 75th
birthday of the late Dr. Wise and
mi ., v.niua.Y vi nit laic ut Yiac ,i:m
The program at the Betn David |are macje annually in four major
,. on Sunday evening areas of activitv t0 whicn ne had
ri-rho-stage inter- dedicated his ,ife These include
St. Louis Cardinals and the growth ard development of

I m baseball stars
Announcer Jjck Cum-
i WTVJ will record
presentation
ng evening, and
gu sts <<: the Com-
i Al p al will be m-
g la TV program.
8 I een arranged
1 aded by Jer-
nd Louis
i Free 1 cets to the
I rts Show ma
offices of Jerome
r :.- 812. Seybold
B mi: at the Hillel
. e de Leon Boul-
i] Gables; and ir. the
Greater Miami Jew-
i tion, 120 Lincoln Road,
I! Avenue entranc .
|
I event will climax
mth rallies held
week at the Park-
It :re in Miami and at
r th Sholom in Miami
B- re song competitions
ten by the Hebrew Schools
inty. The educational
: the rallies., directed by
Louis Srhwartzman, executive
|ii the Bureau of Jewish
Education, were designed to
impress Greater Miami Youth
vith tr.e need lor youth's partici-
pation in the campaign.
The quota for the Youth Divis-
on ir. trie Cor.ibired Jewish Ap-
peal's 1952 campaign is $5,090.
elopr
Isiaei. civil rights and civil liber-
ties, the welfare cf Jews in I 1!
lands and Jewish culture and
education.
In announcing the recipients,
Tlferetfa Israel
Sponsors Bazaar
Lhe Tifei tl [si i] N '.. ii
Center, 6500 North Miami A\ n-
I ue. will hold a Bazaar on Sun-
day, March 80th, from 10 a.m.,
[ght.
B itl will display a selection
ng, foods and children's
games and wearing apparel. Pro-
will go toward
it established the Stephen Wise
Awards in 1949. hoped that they
would come to occupy as hon-
ored a place in American and
Jewish life as the name they bear
should merit for them. The re-
cipients who were selected in
1949 and 1950. and the recom-
mendations of this year's com-
ttee, amply justify our cor.fi-
being ful-
11
"As Isn el's Foreign Minister
and the chief architect of its
I ign ] r, Moshi Sharett has
ill a position ol internal ioi al
n spec! bi di tanding tor Is-
rael and its aspirations which
new state to
continue its lite-saving and life-
building work.
"Professor Chafee. for more
than a generation, has been the
nation's foremost interoreter o:
the constitutional basis of freed-
om of speech and civil liberties.
the Temple Building Fund.
Coordinating Bazaar activities He has been one of the country's
are George Weisbaum, president most courageous defenders of the
1 of the Center; Mrs. Lillian Hoe'n- ; principles of free speech, a free
fels :. president of the Sister- press and academic freedom. In
I hood; ard Murray Rines, Men's 1 these grim days, we cannot bear
Clo'o president.__________________i that deiense often enough and
Jose Ferrer To Appear In Passover
Radio Drama For United Jewish Appeal
Jose Ferrer, Academy Award winning screen star and one of
Broadway's busiest actors, producers and directors, will play the
leading role in an original Passover radio drama to be presented by
the United Jewish Appeal or. Sunday, April 6th, from 7 to 7:30 p.m..
over the coast-to-coast network of the American Broadcasting Com-
REGISTER
lin Miiv.
pany.
The special UJA radio play
is entitled A Child Named Lisa,
with Mr. Ferrer cast as both
today, and VOTE I narrator of the story and teacher
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potful, not only for Passover, but
very Sabbath-every single day
of the year.
of a small deaf-mute girl whose
struggle to hear and speak is
finally realized at the Seder rit-
ual.
In addition to telling the story
of Lisa, the radio play will give
a vivid portrait of Israel as the
new state seeks to settle ;nd ab-
sorb the more than 700,000 !mmi-
grants brought to its shores in
the last four years.
Himan Brown, noted director
and producer and radioxhairman
of the Urited Jewish Appeal, will
direct and oroduce this second
in the Appeal's 1952 series of
radio play-.
The United Jewish Appeal.
1 1952 nationwide goal is
S151.500.000. makes possible the
immigration, settlement, welfare
and rehabilitation programs of
three constituent bodies. These
are the United Israel Appeal.
Joint Distribution Committee and
i Service tor New Ameri-
cans. Sine its establishment 14
vears ago. the Appeal I as raised
!..... than S305.000.000 on behalf
o: Jews in Israel. Europe, Mos-
lem lands and the United States.
Metropolitan chairman of the
i Combined Jewish Appeal. Fred
I K. Shochot. will deliver a closing
address following the dramatic
ntation. _
NAHUM GOlDM/ ::.'
without deep and abiding grati-
tude.
'Through the Zionist movement
and as a founder and head of the
World Jewish Congress. Nahum
Goldmann has given a lifetime
of unwearying service to the Jew-
ish people. He has eloquently af-
i firmed the concept of the unity
of the Jewish people. He has
helped to fashion effective instru-
ments to saleguard the rights and
welfare of Jews everywhere, and
he has given statesman-like guid-
ance and skillful leadership on
all the critical problems by which
the Jewish people have been con-
fronted in a chaotic and uncertain
world.
"While the contribution of Jews
to the arts has been generally
acknowledged, their uniquely
Jewish contributions have been
less frequently and adequately
MOSHE SHARETT
recognized. Ernest Bloch has
been not only a composer of
worid renown. He has been a
truly Jewish composer, translat-
ing the Jewish soul and the Jew-
j ish idiom into major works of
S enduring significance which have
enriched contemporary Jewish
culture."
Previous recipients of the
Awards have included Prime
Minister David Ben-Burion of Is-
rael, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
Professor Harry Wolfson of Har-
Ivard University, Professor Raph-
ael Lemkin of Yale University,
I Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador
jto the United States, the Ameri-
'can Association for Jewish Edu-
cation and the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of
1 Colored People.
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Jome Auxiliary,
iponsors Party.
for M*lial Fund
I A brunch and games party will
L cnonsored by the Miami Beach
Women's Auxiliary to the Jew-
' Home for the Aged, Tuesday,
.ril 1st, 11:30 a.m., at the Monte
Llo Hotel,
[proceeds will go to the Sidney
Appel Medical Fund which pro-
vides necessary medical needs for
the Home's residents.
Chairmen of the affair are the
Mesdames Benjamin Kaplan, Hel-
en Sparber, Mollie Schumann and
Sara Holland, with co-chairmen,
the Mesdames Benjamin Ham-
merman, Earl Pertnoy, Simon
Kriegel, Murray Graham, Sam-
uel Lebeau, Mae Newman and
Anna Strauss.
Bialik Branch Holds
Third Seder April 13th
The Bialik Branch No. 290, Far-
band, will hold its traditional
Third Seder at the Knesseth Is-
rael Congregation, 1415 Euclid
Avenue, on Sunday evening, Ap-
ril 13th, 8 o'clock.
A recent arrival here from Is-
rael will be guest speaker. AH
proceeds of the evening will go
to the Histadrut in the new state.
Hadassah Institute Moves In Israel
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, has just
concluded an agreement whereby
its Hotel Management Institute
will be located on the premises
of Israel's newest hotel, the Ram-
at Aviv located in a suburb of
Tel-Aviv, Dr. Miriam Freund,
Hadassah's Vocational Education
Chairman, announced.
The Institute, a two-year jun-
ior college which was opened in
January. 1950. had had its head-
quarters until now in Hadassah's
Brandeis Vocational Center in
Jerusalem. Dr. Freund said the
move to Tel-Aviv was made "to
better meet the challenge offered
by the rapid growth of the hotel
industry in Israel."

*HOTO V HSHB*T IOMNINFIID
To turn the great homecoming
into the great home making
%mnited 1^
A
'ewish m^ppeul
Is this
our dream
for her?
THIS IS HER SECOND YEAR in an immigrant tent in
Israel. Her playground is a floor of stones ... her daily
food not nearly enough for a growing child ... her
lullaby the lash of rain and wind on canvas.
Is this our dream for her?
And is a tent our special vision for all the desperate
men and women we snatched from graveyard lands?
Remember bow we pictured them coming borne? Remem-
ber how we saw their many hands at work ...the land turn-
ing green and fruitful... white houses rising on the ancietit
hills? How we saw the children growing up long-limbed and
laughing, the glow oj freedom in their eyes?
The 700,000 refugees we helped bring to Israel in four
years had to come. Deadlines and danger dictated that
they be saved, even though they came too fast for all to
be absorbed at once.
' Where do we-and they-go now? We must get on
with the job.
Your gift to the United Jewish Appeal will help get
the newcomers out of the tents, put them in homes on
the land, give them tools anS a chance to help them-
selves. It will help turn their great^homecoming into the
great home making.
So give today, through your local campaign. Give more
than ever before.
must rob* ISI,500,00 fai 195*
In 1952, the UJA must STRENGTHEN Israel's
economy and democratic way of life; BRING
120,000 Jews to Israel from European and
Arab lands; CARE FOR 11,000 handicapped
newcomers to Israel; EXTEND aid to 250,000
distressed Jews in Europe and Moslem areas,
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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fBIDAY. MARCH 28. 1952
Iph # PALib a B
McGrath To
Address Rally
j Howard McGrath, attorney
: the United States, will
. a public rally in Bayfront
n April 23rd, it has been
nnouneed by Marx Faber chair-
Ihe Outstanding Citizens
Awards Committee.
M Grath, currently the most
widi 1' discussed member of
p., |en1 Truman's cabinet, ac-
I the nvitation to the Out-
standing Citizens Awards pro-
gram sponsored by bnolem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
The annual event, originated by
Sholem Lodge and with the co-
operation of other civic groups,
honors the outstanding man and
woman of Dade County during
the past year.
Assisting Mr. Faber in arrang-
ing for this event are Post Com-
mander William J- Neale of the
American Legion; Josh J. Ellis,
president of the Advertising Club
of Miami; Mac Mermell; Martin
Stein; Stanley Caidin; Judge Sam
Slver: Judge Wllam L.Pallot; Jo-
seph A Rayvs; Bernard Mandler;
Morris Berman; Richard K. Fink;
and San ford M. Swerdlin.
Swerdlin, chairman of the Of-
ficials Committee, has invited the
mayors of all Dade County mu-
nicipalities to appear on the plat-
form nn the evening of the 23rd,
so that they might proclaim offi-
cially Dade County Outstanding
Citizens Day.
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
:is of Miami are respon-
the awards.
Ilvvvptions
Honor Pvrru
Reception* honoring Morton L.
P rry, candidate for Justice o:
the Peace in District ,3 were held
lust week in the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Sachs, 2039 SW 17th
Terrace, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph A. Levine, 435 SW 30th Ro;,d.
Perry, a Miami attorney and
overseas veteran of World War
II, promised if elected to handle
matters -pertainirg to Small
Claims Court abley and expe-
ditiously with assurance of fair
and equal consideration to all.''
28th Anniversary
TtieAAe,
CUSTOM TAILOR
28 Years of Service to
the World's Most
Distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Read
Ph. 5-3812
Shown above, from left to right, are Mrs. Louis Krensky, honor-
ary president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and Mrs.
Saul Herman, current president, at an All Day' Luncheon-Con-
fei'ence held in the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach, mapping
plans for Sisterhood Day, April 18th. Some fifty members of the
Sisterhood will hold open-house parties throughout Greater Miami
on that day, proceeds of which will go to the Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School Fund.
Uartenberg and Sehechter
of the
HOTEL EDWARDS
953 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
(.reene Appointed
I To Broad Campaign
Jerome G. Greene, Miami at-
I I :ii y, has been appointed ex-
Iccutive secretary for the Shep-
\-.:. | Broad campaign for County
i lissioner, District No. 5, it
[ v..i- announced earlv this week.
In ene will coordinate all cam-
i ifin activities in the Dade
\ area.
Tlie ; ttorney is a member of
I the Junii : Chamber of Com-
H rvard Club and the
/Miami Beach\ Mayor's Safety
rComr.iUeu. He is. associated with
the law offices of Robert S. Flor-
l.enct.
Can p.iinn headquarters are at
139 ME 3rd Avenue.
Dov Chapter Meets; To
Hear Mrs. Swirsky
The Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will hold a regular meet-
ing on Wednesday, April 2nd,
1 p.m., at the Beth El Auditor-
ium.
Mrs. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
will be guest speaker. A Nomin-
ations Committee will also be
appointed for the purpose of
drawing up a slate of new of-
ficers, Mrs. Rose Pertes, presi-
dent, announced.
tional CounSU of Jewish Women.
This Is Yofcr Record, is the title
of the skit which will hp directed
by Ed Coheri' of the University.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man of the meeting, announces
that the program will include
election of officers as well as vot-
ing on the division plan for the
Miami Section. The meeting will
take place at the Shore Club
Hotel. Miami Beach, 1:30 p.m.
Announce
That reservations are now being accepted for the
ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
Air Conditioned Dining Room & Lobby Swimming Pool
Highest Quality in Food and Kashruth
PHONE 5-4611 FOR RESERVATIONS
jfakk/frPlSSOKEt
tteth Shotom
I'ii l;s Oliiirrs
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Annual Election Meeting
pie Beth Sholom was held
Temple Patio last night.
Nominating Committee,
by Dr. Alexander Rob-
rnitted the following
officers: president, Leon
vice president, Sidney D.
Samuel Beckerman, Max
and Kenneth Oka; treas-
on J; Krensky: finar.-
!v. Dr. Norman Russ;
era! secretary, Abe Solo-
Roosevelt Sisters Meet;
Plan Charity Party
A regular meeting of Roosevelt
Temple No. 33, Pythian Sisters,
will be held on April 2nd, 8 p.m.,
at 500 SW 17th Avenue. J. Baldi
will be guest speaker.
Plans are being made for the
annual Mahj Jong and Card Party
to be held on April 30th. Pro-
ceeds of the affair will go to
charity, including the Cancer So-
ciety.
'
\aiional Council
To See Drama
A legislative drama presented
through the. Drama .Department
of the Uruvefekjfc-Of Hiam: will
highlight tte.M:3W ,""-eet'ng
of the Gi< tf'r W***T.: Secti >:i. Na-
Broadloom Carpets
In a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 South Miami Ave.
O-Jf 27th Year Under Sam*
Ownership-Management
In Miami
Rich wme/ delicious
becouse it's mode the home- jj!j| IJJ
cooked way, with choice gar- VV^^/
cfen-freih beets and pure, home-
. 'chert ingredients'
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Dining Room
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will oove on a new roof later
'atiefactory Work by
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You bet llicre's a in torn Flake*! nitre's such a
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preferred 2 to 1 over any other
kind. Big. toasty-crisp flakes
-and fresher*. For a bargain in
nourishment, get Kellogg's Corn
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Laud lladasah
Th( Zionist Luncheon Club will
pay ti ite to th< of Ha-
v iting Mi s ''.:
Gross
April 2nd. Mrs.
Gi ssn ..: i.:: :.;;-. n Ha
And Z:~r..?~: leamw rk '.:" IS
p m .-.: e R::z Plaza H tel. Mi-
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Mr> G ssi
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Is a::.: tivities
elected vie* pr< sident 1 thi
South- si -
and tl en firsl pri sid< ni : th
newly-formed :-". idj R
Ir of 1951
sen s th<
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a : Id Zi nist C rig -- in
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Zionist "--.: .v
the M Beach
let W< sda'
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and Ja C Fis rr an -
Violinist Mande
Teaches Here
A ft Paris
Mus ere he
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sat '
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.:' 2485 Trapp A\< dim C
Hialeah Center Votes
Election of
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Floyd To Speak At
Sholem Lodge Affair
Honorable Robert L. Floyd,

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Installation
f ShoJ ero, 1024.
B'nth. it announc-
n Rauzin, chairman.
The dat-. aa I tor Aon!
20th. a: the Preview Lounge Res-
22 C ral Way.
Officers to be installed are
William Pallot. president:
. M la nberg. Edward S.
,,nd Louis F. Snetman. vice
Marvin Rauzin. treas-
Alan B Kessler, corre-
sponding secretary; Isidor Bakst.
g secretary d Bernard
ark. financial secretary.
Other officers to be installed
.re Sherburt S Weiss, Stanley D.
Jerome H Weinkle, Hen-
ry Wiener, Bernard Liberman.
W iss, Sam Friedman. Dr.
- A Kleiman, Alexander
.: Shochet Sanford M.
Ilin. Dr. William Wiokman,
n Adelman, Oscar Rappa-
l David Lemelman.
i Home Executive Board
T Executive Board of the
Createl Miami Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
at 10:30 a.m.. Monday.
M 31>t. in the Ocean Lounge
of the Crossinger-Par.coast HoU-1.
Mrs. Jack Udell, chairman o; the
rd. will preside.
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Pioneer Women See Film
The Pioneer Women. Golda
:i Club, will celebrate
World Child's Day and
Internationa] Women's Month at
the home of Mrs. Lillian Boren-
stein. 2426 r'E 2nd Avenue, on
Sunday evening, March 30th. 8:15
.Miss Dolores Chernoff will
movies ot her recer.t trip to
Israel.
******* To Hit
i hone Gotu3
A group of Jewi-w F,
sponsoring a h,,,:.,,
I night. 8:30 p,::.. : &e'H
Circle Lyceum, 25 w.?*^
| Avenue. Wash'ngln
Presented will bo th
1 kn.own r.umorTs, **
columnist of Tin nail,, '"*
Forward. Chone G,?te L^
will read < "m hi i"H
book pro An7T$S|
written aft ,.1Ds ,'l*i
Dr. Alexand. Mukdnn, fei
^uce the speaklraS'.ffj
an analysis of his works lifl
Chiland. local tenor* ffl*3
a selection of Jewish folk 5*
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piano. ""ait,
The Riviera Health IIsort
FLORIDA'S FINEST
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Phone 9-2694-5
Wholesale and
Retail
?.;-:'- cr Pu'.veriied
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
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Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
PHONE 5-5537 NOW!
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+Jewlst> I tor id inn
PAGE 7 B
irift And Workshop Launch New Drive
)ril 6th; Organize Pickup Motorcade
can hardly believe it," a
ling man, forcing away the
"ioess ar.d old fears of many
",' seven concentration
] will never believe
P
1
. the Thrift and Workshop.
vv 7th Avenue, sponsored
, ; jjati nal Coun< '1 "' Jour'-
n, he turned to his wife
these grateful words.
in .1 concentration camp,
aid. I had lost my hus-
\mini. my wi'e and children,"
'.,',. said. "We were married
Warsaw, in 1945. That, and our
here in America, have given
new hope."
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n i niputee joined the conver-
, -i wonder." he queried, "if
;plc are aware of the work the
kjonal Council does. '
.. was rcferrinu to the Work-
n si t up in conjunction with
fewish Vocational Service
the Jewish Social Service
teau where new Americans.
suffering from physical and
Uonal disturbances, are giv-
the opportunity of becoming
sustaining before they seek
loyment in private organiza-
10 date, 'nc Workshop has em-
ved 15 persons. Ten are cur-
Itlv employed there, and three
'e beer, successfully placed in
I with local lirms. All of the
p's charges receive education
American ways and attend
rtish classes twice weekly.
[erbert Scher is Workshop
irman. Money for its mainte-
is obtained from sales
at the Thrift Shop which
-s a variety of household ai-
rs, toys and clothing rede-
i ar.d reconditioned by
-rkshop employees. Mrs. Aaron
is Workshop chairman.
[ new city-wide drive to col-
men's, women's and chil-
li's clothing, household ar-
es, furniture, toys, electrical
i.pment and other items is cur-
rently planned for April 6th. Such
artulcs. still usable or in a posi-
tion to i)1 renovated oi repain 1
by Woi'-!' ip en ployees, arc be-
ing Bought. Arrangi r nl for a
motorcade to pick them up may
i le I j phoning 3-6554 oi
3-7475.
i" '. .Americans, now be-
ing rehabilitated by t!. National
Council 1 J. wish Women's rove!
organizations, hope for an over-
whelming response. It will indi- |
cate the community's interest in
their future. The American Aero-
motive Corporation trusts their
ability. It has recently given the
Thrift ar.d Workshop a contract
to sort airplane hardware. Dona-
tion of articles for reconditioning
and resale is another step in the
direction of freeing these souls
from their old fears, of integrat-
ing them into the community ar.d
making them self-supporting,
healthy Americans.
Mrs. Counselbaum
To Address
B'nai B'rith
Mrs. St.-lla Counselbaum, Chi-
National Pr ig b Consul-
tant of the Anti-Defam
League, B'rl B 1th, will deliver
i :< atui a Idres: at a luncheon to
I in '! ii.: lay, April 8th.
12:15 p m at th National Hotel.
a Beach.
'i hi In heon will be sporu
by t e Mia i r, ich Lo '.<.* B'nai
B'rith, in i oi [unction with the
Florida ADL Executive Commit-
tee, it has leer, announced by
G orge .1. Talianoff, president of
thi Mian,i Beach Lodge and
chairman of the ADL Executive
Committee.
Widely recognized and honored
for her contributions in bettering
human relations. Mrs. Counsel-
baum has been active for the past
several years in action program-
ming to eliminate discrimination
in higher education.
Mrs. Counselbaum is the re-
cipient of an honorary Doctorate
degree from Bethune-Cookman
College. Daytona Beach.
D. Rosner Management
I
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LAWS
HOTEL WUVl
ON THE 0CEANFRONT AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PASSOVER RESERVATIONS
(For entire week only)
Dinner Served Reservations
8:00 to 8:00 p.m. __________58-1451
KcaHMni
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, NutsIn Fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
Blackmer To Speak And
Give Exhibition
How To Live One Hundred
Happy Years, will be the subject
of a lecture bv Arthur Blackmer,
tomorrow afternoon, 3 p.m., at
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on
the lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. 11th Street and
Ocean Court, Miami Beach.
Blackmer is a nationally known
athlete. He will given an exhibi-
tion of his strength. He is the
author of, the best seller: Keep-
ing Physically Fit Is Fun.
Judge Gordon
Discusses Hunting
Big Game Hunting will be the
subject of a discussion by Circuit
Judge J. Fritz Gordon on Harold
Shapiro's. People's Problems,
Sunday, March 30th, at 1:15 p.m.,
over Station WINZ.
nAUY DOUBLE
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mi Clout 1 30
U'-CMl ADMISSION
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Rosonliouse
Kiiiphasizps Stand
Disclosing that in recent years
defendants were being held in
custodv more than a year before
being tried. M*"H. Rosenhouse,
candidate forjrcounty Solicitor,
reiterated his position this week
when he stated ''that such a con-
dition is intolerable, undemocra-
tic and against the very princi-
ples Americans have fought to
protect all these years."
"Persons accused of crimes are
entitled to prompt prosecution,"
Rosenhouse said. "The State has
no right to deprive any one of
their liberty, unless it is abso-
lutely necessary. Poor people who
cannot afford to hire lawyers or
put up bond, must languish in
jail away from their families for
long periods of time."
Mr. Rosenhouse spoke before a
group of campaign workers at his
headquarters, 479 West Flagler
Street, Miami.
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With Your Relatives and
Friends in Israel
Rabbi Kahanaman
Addresses Group
Rabbi I. Kahanaman, of B'nai
Brack, Israel, arrived here last
Thursday and is stopping at the
Edwards Hotel, Miami Beach.
An authority on the Halachah
and the Talmud, Rabbi Kahana-
man is the Rosh Yeshivah of the
Yeshivah B'nai Brack, formerly
the Ponevitch Yeshivah. Recent-
ly, he has been devoting his time
to the cause of sheltering Euro-
pean and Arabic orphans.
Through his efforts, children's
homes in a number of major
American cities have already
been established.
Rabbi Kahanaman will address
the community in the Congrega-
tion Beth Tfilah tomorrow after-
noon, 4 p.m., when he will bring
greetings from the citizens of Is-
rael.
Women's Donor Dinner
The Women's Branch No. 692.
Workmen's Circle, will hold a
Dcr.sr Dinner on Sunday even-
ing. March 30th. 6 p.m.. at 25
Washington Avenue. Mrs. Ida
Spivack will be chairman of the
affair.
The Israel Government Approved
Ration Fro* Gift Certificate
largo Shipment, of Kosher foods have just arrived In Israel (more ship-
ments are on the way) for Immediate distribution In conveniently located
Scrip to Israel Stores In Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, etc. New distribu-
tion system Insure, full shelves alwaysbetter, faster, more courteous
service and best of all Reduced Prices/
SCRIP AVAIIAIIE IN UNITS OF $10-$l 5-$i5-$50 end up. LOOK FOR
THE SIGNATURE IARTLEY C. CRUM, PRESIDENT, ON EVERY CERTIFICATE.
BUY SCRIP FROM THISI AUTHORIZED AGENTS
Israel Zionist District. 420 Lincoln Rd.. Room 510
Phone 5-0346
Harry J. Sonz. 1595 Washington Avenue
Phone 58 6623

for a greater measure of Passover pleasure
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Beth Sholom PTA Party A Civilian Again
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Jerome Adelman. Irving Sirkin. Manny Lubel. Theodore Wayne. Sidney Haskol. Selmer Larar.
Louis Feldmsn. Sidr..-y Siegel and Sol Rappaport. Seated are left to right! Alvin Corenblum. Os-
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+Jenisti ftcr/Mian
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fviish Bureau
is Passover
^ituie Here
|h- Bureau of Jewish Educa-
spor.soring a series of
fcrwer Preparation Institutes
Pjewish mothers throughout
IGreater Miami community.
L April 2nd, the Bureau will
l, n't I':iss"vcr In Song, a nar-
fvi. bv Louis Schwartzman, ex-
l,vf director, before a joint
tint, of the Parent-Teacher
C,ti ii,,u ar.d Sisterhood of the
Th David Congregation at 8
i Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
tt speaker, describing the sig-
t. ,ncc of Passover and prepar-
|n ir the holiday. Cantor
E, ^ Mamches, and Mrs. Jack
jnerstag will sing the Pass-
i, selections.
In Saturday. April 5th, Pass-
I Song will be broadcast
_, Station WKAT, at 7:30 p.m.,
Ij. Mrs. Donnerstag and Cantor
\nK Kobinson, of the Coral
Qes Jewish Center in the cast,
j with Schwartzman narrating.
I, Monday, April 14th, Pass-
In Seng will be presented
bip the Htrzl Group of Ha-
te;, m the Beth Sholom Con-
dition, at 2:15 p.m. The cast
J include Mrs. Elsie Nadler,
li iv Miner and Cantor
Ijnson.
ij : e day at 1:30 p.m., the
L nan alive will be presented
Ere the Mount Scopus Chapter
ih, in the Beth El Con-
flation. The cast will include
fetor Jacob Tambor, Mrs. Don-
L| id Herbert Berger, nar-
his translations of Finnish and
Negro folk poetry. The Forum In
Review, a special feature, will
then be enacted with participa-, Morris Honigbaum, Dr. M. Up- | The meeting will close with a
tion by the regular panel includ-1 kinl, L. Lasavin and M. Gleiber- | program of readings by Beryle
ing Dr. M. J. Click, E. Lesowoder, man Morrison.
[iihlishor loinin
lost-s .Season
Yiddisher Forum will close
son tomorrow evening with
leeting at 420 Lincoln Road,
p.m.
; aker will be Hersh
lenfeld Yiddish poet noted for
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)AY, MARCH 28, 1952
*"Jenisii Meridian
PAGE 13 B
Abraham Sachar Talks To Combined
peal Meeting; Stresses Timing Factor
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
[ael won its great victory in
because of right timing on
nart of American aid in that
Eal year, said Dr. Abram L.
tar. Brandeis University pres-
U, addressing an overflow
\i of more than 400 persons
meeting of the Combined
Esh Appeal Metropolitan Di-
Ln early this week,
peaking at the Miami Beach
onic Hall. 10th Street and Al-
the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and others.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, manpower
chairman for Miami, introduced
Dr. Sachar. Mrs. Lena Mintzes
was honored as the high captain
of the week.
Miyman Serota
Dies in Detroit
Hyman Serota, formerly of 973
SW 4th Street, passed away in
Detroit Michigan, on Thursday,
nad Dr. Sachar said, "Israel March 20th
int win its victory through
|t and courage alone." They
T because people helped at the
time and because the Arab
ers betrayed their people and
rot aid them during the war.
1952. timing is most impor-
If help is given now, Israel
[salvage its credit, admit the
sands of homeless and win
attic for economic independ-
Dr. Sachar declared.
L'kirn as a historian, Dr. Sac-
lolnted out that 1952 finds
at the crossroads and, un-
rihe infant state receives fi-
Pal support through estab-
ageneies such as the Com-
Jewish Appeal, hundreds
ears Of planning and hoping
|be nullified.
kmpaii!!! Cl airman Carl Wein-
kubsequently lauded the ef-
ol Metropolitan Division
ers in the audience who are
enilv engaged in a door-to-
[campaign to raise funds for
kency n eds in Israel, over-
'and for forty National and
local agencies.
Itropolitan Chairman Fred K.
Ehet. presiding over the meet-
[announ.id that the evening's
Is submitted by workers had
Ight the campaign to 63% of
Kai of s.!.477.ii58. Sam Blank
Irted for the Hotel Division,
JStanle.N C. Myers submitted
|latest totals for the Winter
dents Unit.
rc-a Chairmen reported the
Jwing totals from the seven
Countv Units: Miami
bh. $12,238; Miami, $9,292;
ller-Granada. $1,177; West
mi, $20o; Coral Gables, $13,-
North Dade S932; and Hia-
-Mian.i Springs. $240.
en B. Ruskm, president of
[Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Bon, pointed out that the Com-
fcd Jewish Appeal is responsi-
ffor keeping open the doors
Uch local institutions as Mount
ki Hospital, Jewish Home for
Mr. Serota was an active mem-
ber of the Ben-Gurion Branch.
Farband. He also participated in
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation drives,- as well as in other
civic organizations.
He is survived by his wife.
Rose, and by two daughters, Mrs.
Edith Steinberg and Mrs. Flor-
ence Kohl, He also leaves a son
and eight grandchildren, all of
Detroit. Services and interment
were on Sunday, March 23rd, in
Detroit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 14829',
FRIEDA manna CARPENTER,
Plaintiff,
-agalnst-
DeWITT JULIO CARPENTER,
Defeat! tint.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOB, DeWITT JULIO CARPENTER.
R<-A Engineer. Code U7A, Pearl
Hal-hoi- Naval Shipyard Navy
#12*. F.P.O.. San Franclaco,
c'aiiKM nla
are hereby notified thai a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ARTHUR J.
AUGUST, 922 Seybold Building. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17th day of April, 1S52. If
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for th.- re-
lief demanded in the Bill of t.'om-
plalnt
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Dth day of March, 1951
K. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I 'ail.- ^County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By Q, B, HARDIE,
I ( Ity c',trk
ARTHUR J. AUGUST
Attorney for Plaintiff
'.22 Seyb-ld Building
Miami. Florida
:: 21-28 -- 4 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL PHOTO-MURALS, at '.'26
N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Kiorida,
intends to register laid name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE NATIONAL SAFKTY DRIVERS
AGENCY, at 3101 Blscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
i.f Pub- County, Florida.
OE< 'RUE .1 WEISBAUM
RICHARD B. GERSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
42(i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
2/2* 4/1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
111 HAT TRAILER PARK, at 11380
Biscayne Blvd., Dade County, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
county-. Florida.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION WALTER B. RINCK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE RUTH I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I SIDNEY BOBBINS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No'. 2749/-B
In lie: ESTATE OP
KATE KLF.IN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of" KATK KLFIN, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to th.
Honorable County Judges of Dade
Countv, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the dale of the
tiist publication hereof. Said claim-
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
sain, will be barred. See Section 12'>
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Dai.- March 13, ad 1852.
JULIA LENIN
\s executrix ..f the
Estate of
As Executor Of the Last
Will and Testament of
KATK KLEIN, Dec-eased
BERICK, SHAPIRO* PRIED
By: Herbert S. Shapiro
Attorneys for Executrix
120 Lin.-oln Road
Miami B.-a.-h, Ha.
3/21-28 I 111
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No;.'."! 482 7 C
JOSEPH JAMEbV.COSTELLO.
Plaintiff ,
vs.
VIVIAN COSTELLO, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VIVIAN COSTELLO
I North 2nd Street
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the P f's Attorney.
Sidney Robbing, .",07 Congress Bu d
Ing, Miami. Florida and file fl
Inal Answer or Pleading in :l.....f-
(..-. of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 22nd day of April,
: 152. If you fall to do so. Judgment
by default will be ti ken against you
for the relief demanded In thi Bill
of Complaint,
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Florida, this 18th day of March, A.D.
E, !'.. LEATHERMAN,
Clei k. Circuit i 'ourt,
i lade Co n ty Ploi Ida.
By WM. w. STOCKING,
l tenuty Clerk
SIDNEY BOBBINS
ney for Plaintiff
: Cons res* b illdlng
1 Miami. Florida
a 21 -28 4,4-11.
Attorney for Applicant
tW'-Congr.-ss Building
Miami, Fla.
| 28 i i-il-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th.- fictitious name .f
THE CHEMICAL SPECIALTY LAB-
ORATORIES, at Miami. Fla., int.tnls
iter said name with the Clei k
; < e Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
1IARIIY SIl.l'.V
MANUEL LUBEL
Attor: ey for Applicant
Lawyei s B rlldlng
228 S E. 2nd Ave,
Miami, I-....
3,28 4/4-11-18
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14791/'
ELIZABETH BARRETT, Plaintiff
vs.
SAM BARRETT. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SAM RARRETT
1907 Straus Street
Brooklyn. New York.
I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
! that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
' has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
herel.v required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Hill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
4th 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.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of March. 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: O. B. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14851C
JEANETTE KATCHER, Plaintiff
vs.
DANIEL KATCHER, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DANIEL KATCHER,
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Brooklyn, New York.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. I^849f
JoHN SHAPIRO, also known as
ja K BHAPIRi >, Plaintiff,
LOUIS HACKEL, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOUIS HACKEL
1-.; j t lease Avenue
i 'hi ladeluhla l'enne> \\ anla
YOV are required t serve a copy
of your Answer to th,- Bill of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney and to
file the Orlklnal Anewer In the Office
.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the I'.'th day of April. 195z;
otherwise, the Bill <'f Complaint here-
tofore filed herein will lie taken aa
confesaed by you.
DATED a I Miami. Florida, thli 25th
das .-f March, 1932
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: : B. HARDIE,
Deputy clerk
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-12 olympla Bid:
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 19 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SEAT COVER DRIVE-IN, at ,",81 N.
W. 29th Street. Miami, Dade County.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
HERBERT M KR1STALL
NATHAN KRJSTALL
P.CRNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
3/28 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fHVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
DADE EMPLOYMENT A TRANS-
PORT SERVICE, at 1433 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach, Kla.. Intends to regiitei
aid name with the Clerk of the '"-
cuit Court of Bade County, Florida.
NED REOEN
BREtJER, SL'LZBEROER ,v
ST. JEAN
Attorneys for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
. 3 21-28 4/4-11
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
VB.
l.l'I.r A BLACK, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; l.l'I.r A. BLACK
LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complain! for Divorce has been
ed against you, and you are re-
qu ed i" >eive a copy ol your Ans-
wer oi Pleading to the Bill of Com-
: a nl on the plaintiff's Attorney.
RALPH M. JONES, 1108 Pan Am.ri-
Bank Building. Miami 32, Florida,
.i i file the original Answer or Plead-
I, in the office of the clerk of the
i circuit Court on or before the 17th
daj of April, 1952. If you fall to do
i so, judement by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
I in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 17th day of March, A.D.
19.-.2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
ii> C. It. HARDIE.
Deputv Clerk
RALPH M. JONES
Attorney for Plaintiff
1108 Pan American Bank P.I.Ik.
Miami 32. Florida
3/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148249
LILLIAN HERRITY, Plaintiff,
MICHAEL HERRITY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MICHAEL HERRITY
Residence: Unknown
You. MICHAEL HERRITY. Resi-
dence I'nknown, 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.
GEORGE J, TALIANOFF, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 17th day of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ART-FILM MI'RALS. at 926 N. Mi-
ami Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends I April, 1952. If you fail to do so. Judg-
t.. register said name with the Clerk \ merit by default will be taken againsl
of the Circuit
Florida.
Court of
Dade County,
ART
demanded
the
MAX P.
Altai nev
':':' fleyh
Mian.:, Florida
8/28 -4/4-11-1!
TELEVISION FILM
SERVICES INC.
SILVER
for Applicant
Id Bull.ling
I.
.. i .i | .- ih March, A.l
' \N.
<"'-;< '
nty. Florid
i
18
: :' ''
Deputy Clerk
t-il-is
'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Hi pY'S SHOES at 885 I I
Blvd. Opa Locka. F\a.. intends to
register said name with the ciern
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F,0r",a' JACK COHEN
HARRY B. SMITH
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
3/28 4/4-11-18
MjGUST BROS RY,
NOTICE BY PLBL'CtT ON
IN THE C'RCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14835*
-......'." Plaintiff,
RUBIN ." ;- '.' ::
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T l: RUBIN S ni B VRR
-:-l
relton I. I N Yo'l are her sd thai
'm: tint for Divorce has been
you, and you are- requir-
ed : of your a n^ i
T'eading ;.> the B!!l of Complaint on
,e plaintiff's Attorneys. MYERS.
IAN A KATLAN. 150 Beybold
Building. Mil ml 83, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on :- le:o:e the 21st ,l.,y of
April. 1952. If you fail to do so. i
Judgment
against
vim for the relief
B of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
:. this 17th day ol March, A I >.
19C.2.
E B. I.EATHER.M.W.
-k. CIi i ill 'ourt,
. .. ;. la
ourt Seal)
R H :' E, JR.

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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU1T OF
FLORIDA, iN AND ^OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Jc -4821C
..7 I. LOl '' "tiff
THERESA c. LOPEZ, Defend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THERESA C. LOPEZ
41 W 78rd Btreel
N,\v York. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve ii copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
bv default "will be taken I Phllnt on the plaintiffs attorney, and
11 for the relief demanded I fll<' the original answer in the office
in the Bill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
, this 20th day of March, AD
ItSS.
E V.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
: ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By <: It HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
. I>. id Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/28 4/1-11-18
I Of the Cl, rk of the Circuit Court on
, or before Anrll 17. 1952, In default of
which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Dated March 14th. 19.".2.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) _,, ,
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputv Clerk
DONALD N. GLAZIER, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
IMG B.W. 7th Street
Miami 35. Florida
3/21-28 4/4-11


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[JIDAY. MARCH 28, 1952
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9 H 3CA
#llGE 15 J
LEGAL NOTICE
IviiTICK IS HEREBY IMVEN that
migned. desiring to enKaKc in
t .-. under the fictitious name of
I1 [, I'iK.TO MURAL, hi M
u,,111m, Miami, Florida, ln-
l"l-i'f BAld name with the
., ,ii", circuit Court "f Dade
.' -TELEVISION FILM ART
RKRVK'KS INC
v. K. SILVER
..,,.., for Applicant
i ,rtda
- I.l-ll-l*
1 ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Rpvt-NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14781C
ri:\i:i, mairiello, Plaintiff,
ii SCR MAIRIELLO. ivfendnnt
' SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.-l.iKKM'K MAIRIELLO
Catherine Morallo
I is Manhattan Avenue.
. ii. New Yurk, N. T.
, me hereby notified that a Hill
,',.,'.,i.itut for DlVOree has been
i you, and you are re-
,| ., .,,. a COpy of your Ans-
I Mead In* to the Hill of Cotn-
,,.,, nn the plaintiff's Attorney.
j.-u sHEINER, :- Roper BuiMlnn.
Plorlda, and file the original
luroer or I'leadliiK in the office of
, clerk ill the Circuit Court on or
2nd day ..f April. i:.-. if
u full to il" so. judgment by default
II i iken agalnat you for the re-
.1 ,|, ,i, ded in the Hill of Com-
VND oRHEREI> at Miami.
Ibis Jrd day of March. A.D.
LEGAL NOTICE
i,
I
i'n
I' '
ell
ii i-
'- R, B. .eat HERMAN.
Clerk, i Ircult Court.
Hade C< unty. Florida
In ' - Viurt Sea 1)
Ri \VM \V. STOCKING
IVliuty Clerk
'. ' Ri : Building
hlorlda
turn A for l'luintlff
r-n- 21. :'s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148075
JOSEPHINE ZAMPBDRI,
Plaintiff
vs.
VICTOR ZAMPEDRI, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. VICTOR ZAMPEDRI, lu Weal
Mid Street, New Vork city, New
York, are hereby notified thrfl .1 Bill
of Complaint for divorce has 1.....11
filed agalnat you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy (,f your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the mil of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs attorney, Har-
old Shapiro. H27 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit court mi or
before the loth day of April. 1952.
If you fail to do so. judgment l,v
default will oe taken against you for
the relief di manded in the mil of
Complaint.
DUNK AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida this 11th day of March, 1981
li. II. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
Bj It H. HICK. JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/H-21-2X 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A.IAN OPTICAL MANUFACTURING
COMPANY (not Inrorixiraled). at
.".?21-.".42:i N. \V. 2nd Avenue. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAM POMERANCB
HY POMERANCE
MAN Nil-; I'l i.MEKANCE
MARK SII.VERSTEIN
Attorney for Vpplicauts
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Heaeh. Florida
:. 28 4/4-11 -is
... THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LevENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148123
If-AXI.KY c MYERS, LOUIS
1HKI.MAN ami LEON KAPLAN,
iners doing bualneaa under
|tlle firm name of MYjStCS,
HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
Plalntlffa,
fcSEI'li 1. ABRAMS, JACQUES
HAI.0.M11N, sometimes known as
Ii ,. Sol.....on, and W. K. PARKER,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR INTERPLEADER
-It .SI. i II I.. ABRAMS,
2015 East 90th Street.
Cleveland 6. Ohio.
tOf. I'SKl'H L. ABRAMS. are
prebj notified that a Bill of Com-
1 ; interpleader has bean filed
Igatn-i you, and you are required to
copy of your Answer or Plead-
In. the Hill of Complaint on the
jaintlffa' attorney, IRWIN E. Kt)TT,
bold Building, Miami, Florida,
kml file the original Answer or Plead-
the office of the Clerk of the
EV< 1111 Court on or before the loth
April, IvBS. If you fall to do
judgment by default will be taken
Igainsl you for the relief demanded
Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND (IRDERKD at Miami.
'la, this 12th day of Match, in:,2.
1: II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
Bj \VM W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
|UU IN E. KOTT. ESy.,
Si hold Building,
f1' Floi Ida
for Plaintiffs
I4-21-2S 4/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hie undersigned, d. siting to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
WIKDER BROS. CO., at 1104 S. Dixie
Highway, South Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of Hi.- circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
HARRY WIKDER
SAM WIEHEE
BERNARD WIEDER
Attorney for Applicants
:i 7-14-21-28
V' 1
h
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No 148103
SE NEGIN, Plaintiff
\ a,
H'ls NEGIN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' I ."I IS NEGIN
"Id Knox Place
Bronx, N. Y.
1 are required to serve a copy
Vour Answer to the Bill of Colu-
mn f 1 Divorce on the Plaintiffs
and to file the original Ans-
1 in Hie office of the Clerk of the
Court, on or before the 11th
of April. isr,2; otherwise the Bill
1 omplnlnl filed herein will be taken
1 < ,.iii, s--fd by you.
HATED at Miami, Florida, this 12th
i.v of -March. 1951
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court of
Dade County
By: G. B. HARD1E
Deputy Clerk
1 ItRAY HiHiDMAN, Attorney
" Lincoln Road Building
iimi Beach, Florida
14-21-28 4/4
IN THE COUNTY JUOQE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
1 ,, No. 27603 B
|J'i 11.: ESTATE OF
ALFRED H. NICHOLSON.
kl_ Deceased
In- ,,N0TICE TO CREDITORS
Jlo All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
, ,!',''',"'"' ea<'n of >'ou- are hereby
""lined and required to present any
I. i'l""" al,(1 ''emands which vou. or
ini.i of you. may have agalnat the
estate of ALFRED II. NICHOLSON.
I"'.i-.-d late f nade Countv, Florida.
'.' the Hon. HUNK B. HOWLING.
"mm Judge ,,f Hail,. County, and
l-'l.,
the same |tl his
my Courthouse l
d
office In the
Dado County,
">"la. within eight calendar months
..... the date of the first publication
"' Said claims or demands to
[}taln the legal address of the rlaim-
Jl and to be sworn to and presented
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
|5*, Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
"ate Man), :,th. AD. 1952.
MEJtCEDES M. NICHOLSON
q8 -Administratrix of the
ALFRED H. NICHOLSON.
[MVKRS. HEIMAN KAPLAN*-'
|3 14-2D28 ff /Adn,lnl"t"r,x
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrina to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
BARBECUE HEAVEN, al 8700 S. W.
mm st., Miami, Fla., Intend to reglater
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
DONALD D. SHANE
IIAVMi iND (LINE
LLOYD STEINHAUER
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 West Flagler St.
J/14-21-H 4/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name if
STH STREET HAIL al 450 N. W Ith
street, Miami, Fla., intend to reglater
sa.d 1 am.- with the Clerk of tlie Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda.
Li iCIS KCSNICK
ZELICK KCSNICK
BERICK, SHAPIRO A PRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
3/7-11-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
PORCELIKE PRODUCTS, at 1710
West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla., in-
tends to reglater said name with the
clerk of the Ciroult Court of Dado
Cunty. Florida,
MRS. BELLE WESSON
3/14-21-28 II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
DIRECTORY PUBLISHING COMPA-
NY, at 14.16 Washington Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
SIDNEY ZUCKKK
JOHN K. PORTE
Attorney for Sidney Zucker
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Ilorlda
3/7-14-21-2S _________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI CYCLE COMPANY, at 1763
S. W. MM Street. Miami, Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad,- County,
Florida.
H. OPPENHEIMER
ARTHUR LIFSET
MANUEL LIBEL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawyers Building
tn N E. 2nd Avenue
3/21-2S 4/4-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 50737
Notice Is hereby given that M. Har-
klns, holder as assignee of City of
Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered
766. dated the 6th day of June. A.D.
1949. has filed said Certificate In my
office, and has made 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-
ida, to-wit:
l>.ts 23 4k 24. Orchard Villa Tract.
Plat Book 3, Page 41. In the City of
Miami. County of Dade, State of
Florida.
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 of
March. A.D. l6.
Hated this ISth day of February,
A.D. l'.'."'-'.
E, H. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of .Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____
By N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
2/22-29 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
poto-mural art CO. not Incor-
porated, at 926 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-11-18 _____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148110
ANN SLENSBY. Plaintiff.
JOSEPH BIRCH SLENSBY.
Defendant.
TO: JOSEPH BIRCH SLENSBY.
Hilton Hall. 67 Hilton Avenue.
Harden City. Long Island.
New York
You are required to serve a cop> of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs 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. 19r.2; otherwise the Bill
t Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken aa con-
' Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
,2th day V' R"LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade L'oupty. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal^. HAROlB
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A- FRIEDMAN
1013 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida-
J/14-21-2S 4/4
NOTICE UNDER r-iCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
DICK'S MARKET, at 1674 N. W. 27th
Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Ilorlda.
CARLOS R. BAKER
STEPHEN P. K ESS LEU
Attorney for Applicants
22O0 West Flagler St.
', 14-21-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148053
ROSALIE WOODARD, Plaintiff
Vs.
FRED WOODARD, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOl' FRED WOODARD
residence unknown.
You m:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce-
has been tiled against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorn-
ey, and file the original In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the loth day of April,
1952, otherwise a Decree Pro i'on-
ffsso will be entered against vou.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this llth
day of March. I9.12.
iv li LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Bv: (!. B. HARDIE,
Deputy cieri.
BERNARD S. MANDLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
304 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
1/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
NATHANS DEPARTMENT STORE.
at :l27-2li Palm Avenue, HIaleah, I-'i 1 .
intends to reglater said name 1
th- clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
MAX STRUSSER
BERICK. SHAPIRO FRIED
Attorney! for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
Miami H.-ach, Fla.
3 1 i-a-M 4/4
NOTICE "BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148059
NELSON AUGENBLICK, Plaintiff,
vs.
MA KO A RET AUGENBLICK,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET AUGENBLICK
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
aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
ESQ., 811 Seybold lildg Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the Office Of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
llth day of April. 19"i2. 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 llth day of March. A.D.
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv G. B. HARDIE.
Deputv Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Pla.
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.
UGISTA PARIS. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUGUSTA PARIS
:r,s Kosclnsko
Brooklyn 21. New Yolk
You, Augusta Paris, are hereby not-
ified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a copy
Of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plalntlffa
Attorney! Amos Benjamin. .",".'. ulym-
p|0 Building, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of April. 1952. If
vou fall to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re
lief demanded in the BUI of Com-
plaint. ... ,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I"""i"i'' tWB.7tB.dSBATHERM-AN862-
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Bv G. B. HARDIE
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 or
GABLES ANIMAL CLINIC, at 4.>73
Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florlda.R ^ RRQWN
PHILIP E. HECKERL1NO
Attorney for Applicant
924 DuPont Building
3/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN MURALS & ENI.ARGE-
MENTS CO. not Incorporated, at 92o
N Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida ___
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES' INC.
MAN It SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Plorlda
I 2s 4 '4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
[DEAL HARDWARE AND BUILD-
ERS' SUPPLY, at 4216 Ponce De
Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ..
BKNNE GITTLEMAN
DAVID P. CAT8MAN
Attorney for Ideal Hardware
and Builders' Supply
J/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring to engage i"
bualness under the fictitious name of
WEAVECRAFT PRODUCTB, of nil"
North Bast 9th Avenue. North Miami,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GUSTAV L. VICTOR
Sole Owner
2/29 :','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
GIANT PHOTO ,v MURAL CO. not
Incorporated, at 926 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Flcalda. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
TELEVISION HI.M ART
SERVICES INC
.MAN K SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
I 28 4 I-1I-1S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148091
Si iL 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 haa bei n
rued against you, and .v.u are re-
quired to aerve a copy of >..... Anawer
or I'l.-adlng to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, SEYMOUR
B LIEBMAN, :;:.n Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach 89, Florida, and rile the
original Answ.-r or Pl.-adlng in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on 01 before the nth day of
April. 1952. If vou fail t .1" so. judg-
ment by default will be taken agalnat
\.,u for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this llth day of March. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
3r.ll Lincoln Road
Miami Beach :t9, Fla.
3-11-21-2S 4 4
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of chapter 678 of Florida
Statutes Annotated (194D, Ware-
housemen anil Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its warehouse lien,
has in its possession the following de-
scribed personal property:
1 Office File. 4-Drawer
2 Swivel Armchairs
9 c.i'tons all-told
1 1 Uange I "I ate
Some Boms of Stationery
3 2-Draw.r Flat Files
1 Ad.'ing Machine
I 11, ah
1 |-Door File
1 "-Drawer Wood File
as the property "f Albert George, 834.1
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla..
that on the mi day of April, 1952,
during the legal hours of sale, mainly
between 11:00 forenoon and 2:oo In the
afternoon, at the front door of A 11.
TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO.,
2049 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Fla, the undersigned shall offer fol
sale to the hlgheat bidder for rash
in hand, the above described personal
property aa the properly of Albert
George. Miami J'.each, Fla.
DATED at Miami Beach. Florida,
this tin 1Mb day of March. 1932.
\ 11 TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
8/21-28
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 4490
RE: ESTATE OP
thomas F* lyons, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of THOMAS P. LYONS, de-
ceased: and that on the ISth day of
April, 1958, will apply to the Honor-
able FRANK B. HOWLING. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
Estate of THOMAS F. LYONS, de-
ceased.
This ISth day of March. 1952
MARY A. LYONS
3/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BERT W. MILLER. 312 Main
Street. East Orange. New Jersey. You
are required to serve- a copy of your
anawer on Mordecal N. Rosch. 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk, on or before April 21. 19"i2.
in that suit for Divorce that Doris J.
Miller filed in the Circuit Court of the
llth Judicial Circuit, in and for Dade
County, Florida; or said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated: March 18, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By W.M. W. SI11CKING,
Deputy Clerk
3/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
by virtue of Chapter 878 "f Florida
statutes Annotated (194D. Ware-
housemen and Warehouse I'.......lota.
wherein ABA M11VING AND cTOR-
M1E CO., INC. a Florida corpora-
tion, bv virtue of Its warehouse lien,
has In its possession the following de-
scribed personal property:
ill HOUSEHOLD GOODS
as the property of Charles Gardner
last known address 25" N.W. IHlh
street. Miami. Dad.- Countv. Fla.;
121 HOUSEHOLD GOODS
as the property Of Carlene Orjune.
c'o Juanlta Forbes. 221 N.W Mh
Street. Miami. Dade Countv. Fla ;
(3) HOUSED' il.D GOODS
as the property of Kelly Carlisle. BOS
(9(, Auburndale, Fla: that on the 4th
.lav of April. 1952, during the legal
hours of sal.-, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 2:00 In the afternoon, at
the front door of AHA MOVING AND
STORAGE CO.. INC., 1091 N W 28rd
Street. Miami. Florida, the undersign-
ed shall off.-r for sale to the highest
biddei for .ash In hand, the above.
described personal property as the
property of: ill Charles Gardner,
IgSt known address. Miami. Dade
Count, Fla.: (2) as the property of
.- irlene orjune. Miami, Dade county.
Fla.: (8) as the property of K 'Hey
Carlisle. Aubui ndale, Pla.
DATE11 at Miami. Florida, thll the
17th day of March. I32
ABA MOVING AND
STORAGE en. [NC
8 21-28 ____.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
bualneaa under the fictitious na
SCENIC MURALS .v GIANT PHOTO
CO. not incorporated, at 926 N Miami
Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to
reglater said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. t,..,_,.;vision FILM ART
BERVK tiH INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/2S 4/4-11-1*
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jewish Florfdlem so-
Hdt tout legal notice*.
Ws apprsdats yom
patronago dud guaran-
|M accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger service.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
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IS N. C. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.


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