The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI.. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
imbined Appeal Cabinet Maps Five
int Program To Conclude 1952 Drive
final all-out effort to attain
1952 Combined Jewish Ap-
i goal of $1,477,658 has been
hoed by the Campaign Cabinet
i Chairman Carl Weinkle.
Announcement of the clean-up
Ise was made following a spec-
Idinnei-meeting of the Cabinet
t week at the Shelborne Ho-
[ which was attended by some
Dade County's outstanding
Banthropic leaders. Top men
fell industries and professions
he forward with offers to as-
in covering unpaid pledge
is in the larger-gift categor-
ietailed plans calling for con-
Itrated follow-up of pledges in
divisions were outlined at the
Jr.cr meeting by Weinkle and
r. B. Ruskin, president of the
kater Miami Jewish Federa-
k Ruskin emphasized the ser-
i needs of the seven local
h les which receive the major
Tion of their operating funds
ugh the Combined Jewish
peal and pointed out that their
v:ci s to the community might
drastically curtailed should the
mpaign goal not be attained,
the (lean-up plans, as disclos-
Weinkle, Ruskin. Cam-
Un Treasurer Charles Frucht-
i: Sam Blank, Stanley C. My-
and others, will include:
111 A one-week campaign
Ithin-a-campaign, aimed at se-
frirg pledges in the big-gift
In, with top leaders in Greater
|a:ni assuming personal charge
the contacts and fo'low-up.
Mass Rally To
Herald Israel's
Outstanding Award
lo Be Presented
In Wednesday
|s nteen men and seven worn-
\ have been nominated for the
utstanding Man And Woman Of
J I has been announced by
t .1 chairman, Marx Faber.
|v lers of the fifth annual a-
m made by civic groups to
y in and woman for unusual
I chievement in Dade Coun,-
t v. ill be announced on Wcd-
hday, April 23rd, 8:15 p.m., at
rally in the Bayfront
BandahelL '
|J, Howard McGrath, former at-
ey general of the United
<. will be principal speaker.
program will also feature a
and concert by Caesar LaMon-
I Judges for the 1951 awards are
i'. Keith Philips, chairman, Mrs.
|y Iney Weintraub, Mrs. Vladimir
Tirrick, Clyde Atkins and Dr.
Murray Sanders. The 27 inch
rophies will be awarded to the
Vinners by Joseph M. Lipton,
lent of the Dade Federal
-avings and Loan Association of
Miami, sponsor of this year's a-
kards.
I Mayors of all Dade County mu-
nicipalities have officially pro-
claimed Wednesday, April 23rd,
Is Outstanding Citizens' Day, and
pty commissioners, city council-
inen and other public officials
frill be on hand to participate in
the ceremonies.
I Women nominated for the a-
kvard are Mesdames Beulah But-
ler. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Alice
McVicar, Lucille Neher, Rose
Pertes, Mary Malone and Sister
IFriincene.
I Men nominated include Dr.
iBnvman F. Ashe, Dr. Jack Q.
Cleveland, Dr. D. E. Conant, A.
IB Curry, Baron de Hirsch Mey-
[e:. Maurice "Doc" Klein, C. G.
r'Tex" Lindsey, Claude Renshaw,
Holhs Rinehart, Burnett Roth,
[Harold Shapiro. Chelsie Senerch-
Ija. Ray T. Sterling, Stephen
Szabo, Dr. W. H. Walker, William
ID. Voges and Colonel Jack
i ounger.
t Last year's winners were Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub and Colonel
Iwack Younger.
Cabinet personnel who volunteer-
ed to take these pledge-cards are
Jack Ablin, R. William Apte, Sam
Blank, Leo Chaikin, Joseph Co-
hen, Irving Cypen, Ben. Danbaum,
Leon Ell, Charlie Fruchtman,
Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser, Sam Goldstein, Dr. Morris
Goodman. Emil Gould, Howard
Kane, Aaron Kanner, Abe Kur-
man, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Joe
Mechlow, Stanley Myers, David
Phillips, Dan Ruskin, Arno'd
Seeder, William D. Singer, Harry
Sirkin, Gus Trau, Sam Goldberg,
Ed Cowen,, Max Sheinman, Jos-
eph Duntov, Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Colmen Olen, Leon Jacobs and
Louis Tea.
(2) A Trades Division plan to
cover each trade and profession
in Greater Miami, lend added
support to the various Trade
chairmen and personally visit all
Jewish businessmen to urge their
participation in the life-giving i
Appeal. Singer and Karner,
Trades co-chairmen, will direct
the new clean-up push in more
than 35 trades, and lend their
own impetus to the closing action
of the campaign.
(3) The Hotel Division, head-
ed bv Howard Kane, Sam Fried-
lard'and Max Orovitz will meet
today at noon, for a strategy-
lunch in the offices of the. Great-
er Miami Jewish Federatjon.
Kane expressed confidence that
the $200,000 quota could be
reached by that date and called
uoon all hotel men to "pitch in
and help the Division complete
its job." A swift, one-week drive
will be undertaken by Kane's
group to hit their goal.
(4) Metropolitan Division vol-
unteers will continue in their
door-to-door efforts since the
March 16th community kick-off
in order to achieve the $80,000
mark. The force of 800 workers
has not slackened individual ef-
forts to cover pledge-cards. Met-
ropolitan Chairman Fred K.
Shochet. in response to requests
by Area chairmen for continued
parlor-tvpe report-meetings
throughout Dade County, has set
up a schedule of clean-up confer-
ences These informal meetings
will be held in each of the geo-
graphic areas set up in the Metro
drive: Miami. Miami Beach.
North Dade, Coral Gables West
Miami, Flagler-Granada and Hia-
leah-Miami Springs.
(5) Winter Residents, Wom-
en's Division and Youth Units
will also take part in the 10-day
clean up program and have called
out all emergency workers and
volunteers from other groups to
assist in card-coverage.
In announcing the 5-point plan
successfully to culminate the
Campaign, Chairman Weinkle
said "For the sake of thousands
in Israel whose eyes are uponi us
for the sake of men and women
and children who look to Greater
Miami for survival, IWWJg
not fail in this Combined Jewish
Appeal. We dare not fail.
4th Anniversary
Greater Miami will celebrate
the 4th anniversary of Israel's
independence on Tuesday even-
ing, April 29th, 8 p.m., at a Mass
Rally in Flamingo Park, 11th
Street and Meridian Avenue, un-
der the sponsorship of the Zion-
ist Council of South Florida and
the American Christian Pales-
tine Committee.
Pierre Van Paassen, noted au-
thor and lecturer, will be princi-
ple speaker. Also featured will
be a musical, program, with the
Zionist Youth Organizations par-
ticipating.
A tribute to the memory of Is-
rael R. Goodman, late chairman
of the Zionist Council of South
Florida who died last Friday, will
conclude the program.
It was announced that in the
event of rain, the rally will con-
vene at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
ZOA Southeastern Region To Convene in
Orlando; Schedule Talk By Redelheim
According to the statement of
Robert Persky, Regional presi-
dent, the Southeastern Region of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica will hold a Conference at Or-
lando on Sunday, April 20th. Del-
egates from the various ZOA dis-
tricts in this community are ex-
pected to attend
Seymour B. Liebman, chairman
of the Board of the Israel Zion-
ist District, and Fred Jonas, Mem-
bership chairman, will speak at
two of the sessions. Liebman will
address the delegates of the ZOA-
Israel projects and the $500,000,-
000 Israel Bond Campaign. Jonas '
will head the panel on member- j
ship techniques.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton. president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, announced that Abraham
A. Redelheim will be the princi-
pal speaker at the banquet on
Sunday evening in the Hotel An-
gebuilt, Orlando.
Redelheim is a native of Jer-
usalem. Israel. He is chairman of
the National Administrative
Organiza-
_ member of
, i the praesidium of the World Zi-
ed shortly after some $15,000 onJst Actjons committee. He is
worth of diamonds and $200 in a joulnai,st and public relations
cash was paid as ransom. counsellor and served for many
The youngster was abducted m I g consuitant for the For-
s:nce the war. Co-chairman of
the American Christian Palestine
Committee in Miami, she has
addressed countless Women's
groups through the country in
behalf of the new state.
The late Israel R. Goodman,
vice president of the Southeast-
ern Region. ZOA. had been sched-
Kidnap Son Of
Daniel Richters
_ ,. ,. I the rational Aan
The six year old son of the | Councii of the Zionist
Daniel M. Richters, Richard, was ; tion of Ameiica and a
kidnapped yesterday and return- {ne p,.acsjdium of the
Abraham Redelheim
uled to address the conference
as late as last week, immediately
before Ins death on Friday.
The Masada, Young Zionist
ct of Miami Beach, will be
present in full force, President
me juui^.v. ~- -- ---.years as consultant ioi uns roi- u'111 "* ------j" .----------,i
front of the Coburn School. Mi- |-piKn Language Press in the Unit- Abe Schafer reported A special
ami Beach, following a phone call states I report on the Young Zionist Dls-
to school authorities which re- rrrDn.w p^elheim is a mem- i *rict wiU te delivered by vice
* -W&ter#h been Cu".nt^^m^m ^^t $ RapPaPort.
, injured and was being treated at
I Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables.
It was reported that the caller
said a taxi would pick up young
Richard to bring him to his moth-
er.
The abduction took place at 2
p.m. The caller's original demand
was for $50,000. Following pay-
ment of the $15,000 sum at the
bus station. NE 1st Street and
3rd Avenue, the child was found
in front of Doctors Hospital.
Israel Goodman Dies Here; Overflow
Crowd Attends Last Rites At Chapel
Currently. Redeineim is a mem- ""-.", r RaDDaDort
ber of the ZOA Inner Committee, president Gil Rappaport.
chairman of the ZOA Colonies.
Youth Villages and Trade Schools
and a member Board of Direc-
tors cf the JNF and Keren Haye-
sod .
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, national
secretary. Federated Women's; Preliminary elimination con-
Ciubs of America, will address ,est; Ln tne"D3de County High
the delegates at the convention Sl1i,jo1 Debate tournament spon-
luncheon. Mrs. McCaffrey has sored b siiolem Lodge. B'nai
traveled extensively in Israel and B-,itl, w;>[ be held this week in
on several different occasions the gix fcigh scnoois. i\ has been
(announced bv Louis F. Snetn-.an,
I debate chairman
Debate Elimination
Held On Wednesday
AJC Resents
Friday Threat
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, president ot trie
American Jewish Congress said
here that his organization had
received many calls from a num-
ber of areas in Greater New York
reoortirg that Catholic laymen
hid visited Jewish shopkeepers,
Jequestlngdthat they close their
stores for three hours on Good
Frtdav and leaving for display
fg'nf fading that +*>cketag
was "in observance of the deatn
f^hariSnumber of instances, Dr.
the requests.
Several hundred persons at-
tended services Monday for Is-
rael R. Goodman. National Zion-
ist leader of 7127 Bay Drive, who
died last Friday at the age of 48,
after an extended illness.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff con-
ducted services and read a trioute
to the deceased written by Ra'obi
Irving Lehrman who did not of-
ficiate because of illness. Cantor
David Silverman assisted in the
services. ,
Sam Prosterman spoke in Yid-
dish on behalf of Zionist groups.
Coming here five years ago
from St. Louis, Missouri, Mr.
Goodman immediately became
active in Miami's Zionist civic,
and congregational causes. He
was a graduate of the Washing-
ton University Law School and
practiced there for over 20 years.
A nationally known Zionist lead-
er he founded the Young Judaea
movement in his home city and
headed the Young Judaea Coun-
cil of 21 clubs. He was president
of the Zionist Organization in St.
Louis for 4 years and chairman
of the St. Louis Zionist Emerg-
ency Council for 5 years.
For a long period of time, Mr.
Goodman was a member of the
National American Zionist Coun-
cil and the American Christian
Palestine Committee for the
Southeastern states. It was main-
ly through his effort that non-
Jewish American elements were
enlisted in the Zionist cause.
Mr Goodman attended the
World Zionist Congress in Basle,
Switzerland, as a delegate and
visited Israel in 1947. A 32nd
degree Mason and a member of
the Shrine, he was also a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors and
chairman of the Board of Educa-
Israel R. Goodman
tion of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, the Hebrew Academy and
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. He was vice president
of the Southeastern Zionist reg-
ion, chairman of the South Flor-
ida Zionist Council and president
of the St. Louis Club of Miami.
The deceased is survived by
two sisters, Lilian and Esther D.
Goodman, of Miami Beach, and
one brother, Louis I. Goodman,
of St. Louis.
Interment took place on Mount
Nebo Cemetery, with services un-
der the direction of Riverside Me-
morial Chapel.
Schools will participate in the
sixth am ual contest debating the
subject. Resolved: Thot.Publ.c
Housing Should Be Used for Slum
Clearance In Dade County. The
rules o: the National Forensic
League will prevail in the tourna-
ments which will take place Mon-
day. Tuesday and Thursday ev-
enings in Room 315. at Miami
High School. The top affirmative
and top negative teams will meet
in the i'in.il round to be he.d
Friday afternoon, at 1:30 p.m., on
WTVJ.
The winning team and its
coach will receive as first prize,
a one-week's trip to Washington,
D.C all expenses paid, where
thev will be guests of National
B'nai B'rith leaders and impor-
tant government officials- The
team will visit points of historical
interest and attend sessions of
the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives. .
A rotating trophy, won in 19oi
by Miami High School, will be
awarded to the school whose team
is victorious in three consecutive
contests.
The winning debaters will re-
ceive, in addition to their Wash-
ington trip, good trophies. The
second place team will receive
silver trophies, and all debaters
in the contest will receive bronze
keys.
Mr. Sherburt S. Weiss, chair-
man of the judges committee, has
announced the following judges:
George Von Hilvonshiner. Gerald
Kogan and Joseph Ehrlich for
preliminaries, Rounds No. 1 and
No. 2; semi-final judges. Robert
Heilker, Mitchell and Leonard
Caidone. Judges for the finals
will be Henry Krystow, Jackson
L Peters and Seymour Kaplan.
Jerome H. Weinkle. former
member of the University of
Florida Debating Team and a
past president of Sholem Lodge,
was the originator of the debate
project.


PAGE 2A
Palmer To Head
Beth El For
Fifth Term
Sidney H. Palmer was unani-
mously re-nominated for a fifth
consecutive term as president of
Congregation Beth El. Miami,
during an annual nominations
meeting held last Sunday even-
ing.
Other officers making up the
slate include Max R. Silver. 1st
vice president: Abraham Pepper.
2nd vice president: Philip Berk-
owitz. 3rd vice president: Sam
Fttterfas, 4th vice president: Al |
Zisman. financial secretary; The-
odore Sakowitz, recording secre-
tary: Loo Oster. corresponding
Sectary: and Morris Pepper,
treasurer. __ __
Simultaneously, the Congrega-
tion unanimously nominated Mr.
Berkowitz to the office of honor-
ary liie vice president. President
paIjBer announced, an unusual ci-
tation : estowed
- tion of "his devoted service I
and unstinting effort on behalf
ol Beth El."
Board Members include Max
Rappaport. Sam Siegel. David
Singer, Harry Pearl. Edward
Kewaun. Sam Weiner. Meyer Mi'tiai Mi'Hth HUH Charter Tea
:.:.k, Louis Weintraub, Abe ... .. _. j
H:ch. Al Perl. Moms Eckhaus, Ne.^Iy .elected president of a
Alexander Rosen. Gerald Perl, f f nth chapter recently
Sam Smerzler. Isidor Schwartz .formcd here M- Harvey Her-
. nd Isidor Herskowitz. "an-
According to Paln.er. the April A Membership Charter Tea will
29th electi n meeting will be a be held by the chapter on Tues-
ty, "since : ty of day. April 22nd, 1 p.m.. in the
th r. minati as I g pre- Colony Restaurant, when new
members will sign the group's
- Still without a name.
r has been receiving
su; luled
I by popular vote.
' and Mrs. A Frar.k
ity of District N i.
the name
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Uusle School .
Holds Kerital
The University of Miami School
I of Music will present its fifteenth
Beaumont Hall Recital of the sea-
sor on Friday evening, April 25th,
at 8:30 p.m. The program will
consist of early music for oboe
and chamber orchestra, with
; Dominique de Lei ma as oboe
. soloists.
Mr. deLerma. a graduate of the
I School of Music, is now teaching
I oboe and music literature at the
. University. In preparing the pro-
Igram, Mr. de Lerma has chosen:
1 Overture to the Opera Agrippina,
i by George Handel: Concerto in B
fk.t Major. Opus VII No. 3, by
Domamaso Albinoni: Partita No.
1 In F Major, by Karl von Ditters-
dorf; Converto in F Major for
Oboe and String, by Arcangelo
ICorelli: Trio-Sonata in E minor
by Georg F. Telemann: Concerto
;n B flat Major for Oboe ar.d
Strings, by George Handel; and
Concerto Grosso in B flat Major,
also by Handtl.
Members of the chamber or-
chestra for this recital are Edwin
Grzesnikowski, Janp. v
land Vamos. '22J??S to
Stem. Barbara Hill S. Vi**
Rabe-Steele. ififiTS 3
'eel os Richard l^lj***
seUine, oboes; Alan NiVu y &
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HELEN ALPERT
THE POSTMAN RINGS TWICE and delivered, again, the maga-
zine belonging to Mrs. Nat Waldman of Indian Creek Drive, Donna
Louise Simon of Bay Drive, and Marcia H. Singer of West Ave. .
They're on their way, girls. Which mag------? Same one again. "Amer-
ican Girl." The mailman- is nothing if not consistent .
Walking righl into bar home-circle was Chicago's Lil Harris
Stroller, when she dropped in for a Beach visit with the David
Orlinsky family, Alton Road. Entertaining her on merry rounds
are Morris and Ethel Orlin and the Orlinskys' son-in-law and
daughter Eva and Irving Zall. With Lil is her schoolmate and
neighbor from Chicago, Bea Bercovitx. Bea's one of the few free-
lance comptometer operators in the country Just to prove it's
so (and he's handsomer even than she bragged) Lil carries snap-
shots of her bridegroom of a year, Mickey Meanwhile, she's
been spotting lots of people she remembers, including a quick visit
with the Abe Millmana of Chicago, now at the Saxony; and the
Surfcomer's sparkplug Jack Lieberman.
THIS IS A SPECIAL NOTE of affection to two wonderful
little ladies from New YorkMrs. Helen Jacobi and Mrs. Rachel
Cinnamon. When they heard our Seder had lo be cancelled out
because Martha Alpert got the mumps the day after her birthday
last week (Wa war* ail going to have the seder* at my brother
Leo's house)they promptly sent word I was to come to them,
with Brett. It was so beautifuland they ware so darlingand I
love theml
JOTTINGS:
Photographer Harold Kaye is off to Michigan this week, to
shoot trotters in action. He's to be gone a month Early morning
work-out at tennis is the program enjoyed by bachelor Jack Go-
shen, who operates the Shelborne's "little drag store." Keeps him
in trim for shoving aspirins across the counter each night .
Post office scene: Harris Cantor analyzing contents of their
automatic stamping machine. I never trust the thing myself. Too
mechanical. Cadillac Hotel the pet spot of Hartord, Conn, visitors.
They've got an agreement among themselves: if they're too busy to
catch up with each other in Hartford, they meet down here!
MIAMI BEACH TAXPAYERS* ASSTJ:
The area is echoing what George Bertman said on the street the
other afternoon to P J. Davis: "That's some organization you're in,
P.J.."
Public meeting scheduled to attract consumers from every
walk of life is du stages a real "fact finding forum" to understand and estimate
present gas rates, and lo hear the stand of Peoples Water and Gas
Company in the matter ... At Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium, 8
p.m.
P. J. Davis, with president Al Pallot, is lining up all facts al
Cohen, Schaffer, Wed In Shoremede Hot$J
Motor Through Florida On Honeymoon *
The former Miss Leonore
Schwartz was married to Mr.
Howard Warren at the Selbome
Hotel. Miami Beach. On a hon-
eymoon in Nassau, the Warrens
will reside here following their
return.
Miss Weintraiib To
Wed Cantor (ioldrihtf
Mr. and Mrs!" Leo Weintraub, of
Detroit, Michigan, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Flor-
ence, to Cantor Jacob Goldring.
The wedding will take place on
Tuesday, April 22nd, at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek, Detroit.
Before leaving for his present
post in Beth Abraham Synagogue
Center, Dayton. Ohio, Cantor
Goldring was connected with the
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen,
of 1732 SW 21st Terrace, Miami,
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Roslyn, to Melvin
Schaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schaffer, 1891 SW 3rd
Street, at the Shoremede Hotel
last April 6th. Rabbi Irving
Lctvman ofliciatcd.
Maid of honor was Ruth Coh-
en, sister of the bride. Brides-
maids were Romesa Cohen, Janet
Brin, Elaine Le Noble and Betty
Johansen. Neice of the bride-
groom, Pamela Schaffer, was
flower girl.
Samuel Schaffer, the bride-
groom's brother, was best man.
Ushers were George Cohen,
brother of the bride, Marshall
Pepper, LeRoy Robbins and
Charles Reed, cousins of the
groom.
The newlywcd Mrs. Schaffer is
a former resident of Richmond
Hill, Long Island, New York. She ,
graduated from John Adams High
School and attended the Ameri-
can School of Ballet, New York.
She is a past recording secretary
of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, Coral Gables.
Mr. Schaffer is a long-time res-
ident of Miami. He is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
the University of Miami Law
School. He is presently associat-
ed with the firm of Cusham, Gay
and Woodard. He served four
years with the Army Air Force
during World War II, and is a
member of the Knights of Pyth-
ias.
The couple's honeymoon was
spent on a two-week motor trip
through Florida.
ca.iv found. On his over-all committee arc Max Orovitz, All Heller,! Miami Beach Jewish Center for
Jack Ablin, Sam Halperin, Jack Abbott. Executive session on Fri-
day at Pallot's North Bay Road home, will plan the rest of the
details for the large-scale open form.
NEW ART IN NEW SHOW:
Charles R. Jacobson's prizewinning painting ('from the Terry
Art Institute) will spotlight his informal art show to fce on view in
the new Bombay Hotel. 69th and Collins. "Chass" went ever this
week to take a look at the wall surfaces in the hotel's Main Cor-
ridor. Seemed right pleased, too! His Rulhie's got a double
lov's right nowhis newest canvas, "Flamo," (a vividly changing
"motion" painting) ard b*X talented sister, Mrs. Lillian Heifetz
Neiman who's al the Sea Gull with young Barbara. Their home
is Oak Park, 111. In nearly River Forest, husband Dr. Ben Neiman
is president of the West Suburban Temple. True to cousin Jascha
Heifetz' tradition, Mrs. Neiman is a concert pianist and composer,
particularly of musical portraits.
NEWS AND NOTES:
. The man behind ;ill those lights at Lion Match Co. is Carroll
... (Okay, go*ahead and strike those puns about he's no
ul he sure can make matches! I got u million, I'll spare you
i i rest!) Son Carroll Band, Jr. is the new lensmaii at the Shore
...
. Pearl Fishbein is one of many bearing glowir.g (humph,
matches creep in everywhere) reports about the Dan Satins'
cocktail party last Sunday. She arrived with mom and pop. Co-hosts
were Mnrcic Liberman, the Ben Zion Ginsburgs, Dr. and Mrs. David
S. Andron and the Aaron Fairs. Tremendously enjoyable, said
all .
APRIL SHOWER:
Fond friends converged from all over to fete Judy Hadley.
Sunday, at a bride's shower. Janie Goldstein, who'll bt maid of
honor, dashed in from Gainesville to plot the affair with brides-
maids Dolores Peckerman and Sylvia Safra, and make it mem-
orable with a gold tommy coat. Guests, at Zelda Gross' home,
were Judy's Beach High classmatesJune Libman Teich, Enid
Collier Goldworm, Ray Habib, Eileen Rose, Phyllis Goldstein,
Esther Schulman Judy's wedding is April 20, lo Don Mc-
Cluskey .
The gals had a great time reviving news of other classmates
who've ahead ydiscovered marriage's biggest bliss, yeah, babies,
listing Enid's sonHannah Diamond Friedman's new daughter-
Rita Stern Goldsiicker's expacled bundle (in Norfolk, Va.)Anita
Rosner Friedman's little daughterand Charlotte Safras. Please,
may I be Honorable Grandmother? I remember all of you
seems two minutes agowhen you Were riding bikes, toting
algebra books around, and going into fevers of excitement won-
dering if you'd make Betty Sokoloff's drama clubl
. One Beach High classmate absent from the festivities was
Rosalie Gottfried. Alcene Hirsch Brandt relays that Rosalie s hitting
bigtime literary note in New York as Chris Dudley, novelist and
radio writer. Her first novel is to be issued, I hear, by Doublcday
Last time I saw her she popped in to buy a pair of flats while I,
loo, was trying on shoes. When I asked, "What's your book about,
she said, "Life." A subject like that is good enough for anybody .
DID YOU KNOW the next reception at Copa City wi be
staged for Harold Turk, on April 22 at 1:30 p.m. .Ethel Deutsch,
court reporter, saw hosts of her friends at the Shelborne s recep-
tion for Judge Kenneth Oka, including the Harold Spaets and Bin
Brody Lord Tarleton guests are Philly's S.M. Citrons. He s a
public accountant and natch, first people they're enjoying are then
own Alan B. Citrons here ... The Sam Shupacks sold their^u'Piisc
Lake apartments, the Bob Lynn New home on Lenox neai Lin-
coln Road was snapped up by the Rudolph Goldsteins; and this is
the end of my page?______________________________------------------
three to five years.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne University, Detroit, where
she majored in piano, voice and
music. She has been popularly ac-
Iclaimed there, as well as in many
cities in the Middle West where
[she has appeared in concerts as
singer and pianist.
The couple plan to Bp nd their
noon in Miami Beach.
Pidyon lliibtii Oi
Robert Vreeland
The Pidyon Haben of Robert
Russell, son of Verne and Helene
Frceland, 3640 SW 19th Street,
Coral Gate, will be held on Sun-
day afternoon at 2 p.m. Harry
Simberg will act as Cohayne.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Hairy Saffcr. of Miami.
Also present will be Robert Rus-
sell's maternal great grand-
mother, Mrs. Anna Fields, and
great grand uncle, Jack Fields,
Both of New York.
Symphony Club
MHcks Chairmen
Chairmen for the coming year
of the Symphony Club of the
University of Miami have been
recently appointed. Committee
leaders are:
Building fund, Leon Robinson:
visual art, Filippo Del Giudice;
young people's concerts, Mrs.
Seymour B. Liebman; radio and
television, Mrs. John I. Prosscr;
library, Mrs. Harold Bauer: mus-
ical instruments fund, Walter
Jacobs: scholarship, Mrs. Philip
R. Mallory; publicity, Mrs. Stu-
art W. Patton; public relations,
Mrs. Hank Myers; social activi-
ties, Mrs. Bessie Nelson; finance,
Mrs. J. Myer Schine; speaker's
burcal, Erl Roman: subscription,
! Hcr.ry J. Nelson: chapter organ-
ization, Mrs. Claude A. Rens'r.aw:
membership, Mrs. S. A. Dulaney;
office and telephone, Mis. Ernest
G. Bailey: charter and by-law.-.
Henry J. Nelson: pop concerts.
No formal invitations have been
I. Friends of the family are Mrs. Marie Volpe; and preview*.
invited. I Edward Clarke.
Beth Kl Sinters
Heur Review
A Book Review Luncheon will
n sent< d by tl e Beth El Sis-
terhood, Wednesday, April 23rd.
12:30 p.m.. in the Dora August
i i] ial Hall.
Dr. S T. Swirsky will review
the book. Salvation, by Sholem
Asch. Chairman of the atfair
will be Mrs. S. T. Swirsky. Res-
c rvation chairman is Mrs. Eman-
ual Kornstein.
Uoodmans Visit
Miami Reaeh
Vacationing on Miami Beach
for the past few weeks are Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Goodman, of New
York City. The Goodmans are
staving at the Hotel Good.
Goodman is a well known real
estate operator and is active in
many charitable organizations.
He is also a communal leader in
New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodman were
recently entertained with a party
given by friends at the Golden
Slipper in celebration of their
15th wedding anniversary. Mr.
Goodman was one of the owners
of the Cadillac Hotel here.
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Susan Hosenkranz, third grade
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EDITORIAL
JIEAY-APRn,
The Passing Of A Zionist
A community often has the good fortune of be-
coming enriched by the arrival of a new resident.
Such was the case with Miami and Israel R.
Goodman who came to live here some five years
ego.
Goodman had already made an impressive
record in Jewish and philanthropic circles when
he left St. Louis, to make his new home on the
Beach. By then, he had established a personal
tradition of unprecedented accomplishment in the
Zionist movement. Aware of the importance of
youth to the Jewish cause, he was instrumental in
organizing a network of Young Judaea clubs
which embraced some twenty-odd groups.
Also sensitive to the fact that the Jewish dream
was no narrow, selfish thing and that the urgency
of its fulfillment grew out of the consummation of
two millenia of travail in the recent European hol-
ocaust, Goodman directed his energies towcrd
enlisting the practical aid of sympathetic Chris-
tians who might yet have remained on the side-
lines for lack of responsible leadership. Thus it
was. that Goodman came here after twenty years
cf service in the Zionist movement. Perhaps it
would have been sufficient for Miami's Jewish
community to bask in the pride of his presence
alone. This, none of us will ever know. For al-
most immediately upon his arrival. Goodman be-
gen actively to participate in charitable organ-
izations ar.d in the Jewish causes of his adopted
home. Before long, he rose to the vice presidency
cf the Southeastern Region, Zionist Organization
c: America, end to the presidency cf the Zionist
Council, South Florida. He lent his erudition to
Jewish educ^ticr. ~-d gave untinungly of his
talents to any group thai r.eeded the-.
Israel R. Goodman died last Friday ct the early
ere c: 4?. His death will it; mrurreci by Jewry
c: .a:
Silence
Silence can be a frightful weapon r*
is the most powerful sort of responsT ^
flict situation.
any,
THE PLACE FOR IT. UNCLE
The silence expressed by New York'
Catholic hierarchy with regard to the d
a group of Catholic laymen that Jewish a"!
ers close their stores for a brief period
Good Friday in "observance of the deaft
Christ" surely bespeaks its underwrite*/,
ill-advised demand. '
The history of the Roman Catholic Church
til some 200 years ago has been a militant,'
More modern attitudes tempered by pMu
reflection have brought men to the reali
that respect for one's own religion must beh
upon equal respect for another's. Certainly i
who menacingly entered Jew.sh-owned
with their request can no longer presume
an antiquated spiritual superiority.
While religious zeal is sorely needed in
time, its misdirection can be as harmful as (
plete apathy. The disrespect one religious an
shows another in its effort to impose indirt
divine attitudes strikes a severe blow at
democratic beliefs.
But the most disturbing thing about last wetftl
New York experience is Cardinal Francis Sail
man's silence. He has not deemed it worthy!
to explain the threats of boycott sr.ould Ie*i|
storekeepers ignore the Romanists' demend. P|
haps his silence underscores new militant stl
tudes on the part of the Church. American reM
ious freedom as an ideal awaits some respcoj
from him.
By LEO MiNDLIN
al tors have a difficult c-
lllirinn TNn Vlaab ^. nough time with the .far
kVJimy I fie TrccK .As I See It is >n-
:i;h I do not -.:-
r Hir-
tation, he :--u--
applauded for his dra-
iti< sense, Out of the morass
Of infantile \vh ir.pering and com-
pLir.t. he has produced a Juliet
who is more clearly akin to
Shakespeare's own i.-r.age of his
I heroine than are most common,
idealized versions. He has pro-
duced, at least technically, a lus-
ty Juliet who desires nothing
n ore nor less than to consum-
mate her love for Romeo.
:-: f the TJ
mm .. :
cepts
.' >ion. 1 n.
: tot
* Bit :
ut, Hirsch sees
-' sta as-
Pe : : Create] Miami's cultural
growth. He is well aware that
no city's development can rest
on commercial complexity alone,
fcr.r he has assumed the respon-
sibilit) '. sdding to this area's in-
tellectual awareness by present-
ing Shakespearean works for pub-
ntertalnment H:rsch envis-
ions Miami as a future national
shrine for the English poet, much
as Spivak, Colorado, has become
an annual meeting place for stu-
dents of Goethe.
Out of his dream has come ac-
tive participation on the part of
Miami businessmen in his project.
Thev have lent material support
to his productions as a means of
proving their interest in the city's
wholesome development. Out of
the dream: as well, has come the
gathering here of competent lit-
erary scholars for Shakespeare
seminars designed to comment on
the plays with critics] papers.
Certainly, Hirsch recognizes that
Washington's Folger Library,
which contains one of the most
valuable collections of Shakes-
peareana. need fear little his
:ort to enshrine Miami. But the
fact remains that his productions
are aiding to a considerable de-
gree the establishment of perm-
anent, serious theater in the area.

It is somewhat of a truism that
directed cultural activity here
2* '!,!v from the University.
This is fitting and dangerous, at
once.
Certainly, a college town ought
look to its institution of higher
mng for guidance in intellect-
ual spheres. But the University
Miami's generic background
ids its character. De-
signed to make tasteful the orig-
inal Coral Gables real estate pro-
ject, the University has not yet
come of age. In their rather des-
parate. current effort to hasten
its maturity. University officials
e sacrificed the gradual ac-
cretion of intellectual repute for
a physically attractive plant.
Thus, the schools commercial na- i
ture continues to be fostered to
its detriment.
It is therefore inevitable that J
a grandiose facade covering a \
rather thin level of quality should j
etamp the University's character. I
table that it
tural activit i eflect
Last Mon-
pening per.'o. n
' R A bore the
University's imma-
less than do its other
I projects geared for civic partici-
pation.
I must qualifv this remark im-
, mediately bv stating that neither
Professor Hirsch nor his compa-
ny was at fault. Such criticism
as I have to offer results from
a comparison between the Ring
I production and professional the-
ater groups I have seen in per-
formances of Shakespearean
plays On the face of it. this is
hardly cricket. But the Univer-
sity of Miami, as an aspect of its
effort to receive acceptance be-
, yond the limit of its age, steps
into areas where older institu-
tions would find themselves un-
' comfortable and invites profes-
sional criticism by way of prov-
ing a degree of qualitv hardly
yet reached.

As a college dramatic produc-
tion. Professor Hirsh's Romeo was
infinitely superior to most. I
watched the performance grow
out of frequent rehearsal attend-
ance, when the sweat and true
of the actor's profession
1 lay exposed.
The many pains to which
Hirsch and his cast subjected
tr.emselves is a tribute to their
spirit and sincerity. There were
I Sany udays whcn thc>' ''
I through two rehearsals, alteinat-
mg with St. retched
, comedy, The Taming Of The
Shrew. Whatever forceful din
;tion Hirsch has been able to mus-
iter. however, it rr.ust not be
I gotten that he remains at the
mercy cf the group's general tal-
l ent level.
At best. Romeo And Juli. t [a
; an unsatisfactory play. It taxes
I too much the observer's credulitv
and demands that he submit to
the heros and heroine's childish
ally offended. The contrast be-
tween the protagonists' immatur- i
ity ar.d the intelligence supposed- I
v inherent in the supporting
loles is insufficient to underscore !
Romeo and Juliet's youthful love ;
as a believable affair; all the ac-
tion (except for Prince Escalus)
is impulsive and naive. Indeed
the impossible series of duels'
stabbings, poisonings and mis-
takes of fortune has a pathetical-
ly small amount of fine Doetrv
to make it credible.
Thus, even the most profession-
Of Y nice. Professor Hirsch could
entio the active interest of,
i 23 synagogues here as well
as : 50.000 Jewish :
'- Such a production could
ulate area-wide discussion on j
mcdiev.il Europe, Jewish history i
and Shakespeare's faithful or
faulty conception. Around Shy-
lock and his fitful pound of flesh
can grow a communal project
whose scope currently lies only
in Sam Hirsch's mind.
Mimi N'ewmark. as Juliet,
brought to her characterization
a most pleasing physical beauty
and demeanor. David Fentress. as
Romeo, showed without question
his ability to read Shakespeare.
rut his projection was poor and
his delivery often silent. Like
Miss Newmark. he sang his lines
in an effort to be both lyric and
dramatic. Outstanding were Karl
Redcoff as the Prince. Evelyn
King as the nurse and Jerry
Schultz. a drama teacher at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, as Mercutio.
My companion for the evening.
Miss Sandra Cohen, of London,
England, whose father is treas-
urer of Britain's Youth Ahvah,
remarked that the quality of the
staging stood out in painful con-
trast against much of the acting
Perhaps a good deal of this had
to do with the Drama Depart-
ment s desire to Present an his-
torically accurate version of the
play which resulted in a mixture
auty of conception and in-
excusably long scenes where ac-
to mediocre phil-
osophic rumination.
> B.U!uab?.ve a11' l had ,he feeling
nivei displayed vet
another sid ... .,, am..
bition. Supeib settings, costumes
an-i lighting made second impor-
ting, while D. Arthur
. ->l!' uly edited
text accented the unfortunate in-
fecuracy of musical usage. Thus,
l to cope with a
lt means while
inch:,.-.2 toward the desire to pre-
sent modern, exciting drama must'
call down upon the University the I
criticisn confused intent.
Professor Hirsch's vision of an
annual Shakespeare Festival cJS
happily be regarded here as one
more step toward general cultur-
al dissemination. His t.reless
D0nren,Ve,eKff0rt ^ th hi alm of ama*eur theater,
mu much needed facet of serious city
It seems to me that an appro-
priate production for the next
Festival ought be The Mwcham
I. R. Goodman-Zionist
By HAROLD SHAPIRO
President, Miami Beach
Zionist District
A few short years ago, among
the many newcomers to our com-
munity, there suddenly appeared
upon the scene a man, who by
sheer charm, personality, knowl-
edge ar.d unselfishness stood head
and shoulders above all for his
efforts on behalf of good causes.
Like a meteor, he flashed
through the heavens notice by
all. but unlike a meteor he left
an indelible impression upon the
, minds and hearts of all who
knew him. That man was Israel
R. Goodman, formerly of St. Lou-
is.
"I. R.", as he was affectionately
known, threw himself completely
into communal work, possessed
a soft voice, a likeable personal-
itv, indefatigable energy, in ad-
dition to a profound Jewish back-
ground. His leadership was wel-
comed everywhere. He was ac-
tive with the Masons, the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Hebrew
Academy, Jewish Federation, St.
Louis Club of Miami and many
other worthwhile organizations,
but the cause dearest to his heart
was Zionism.
Much of his energy was direc-
ted to the Zionist Council of
bouth Florida, of which he was
sident, where in addition to
public rallies on behalf of Is-
l- which drew unprecedented
-rices, he presented the plan
M Christian conferences and pub-
lic relations on behalf of the Zi-
onist cause. He had successfully
this idea in St. Louis
w!llle?.lted lrm Rabbi Abba
Hlltel Silver the remark: "Credit
everlasting must be given to I.
K^ Goodman to the end of his
'er^'nnr?1.'1'',because of nim- ov-
er 2.000 local non-Jewish persons
became members of the Amert-
ten Td1,"! Pales<'ne Commit-
conlH KRi ,5llulhat if Christians
on? ^jo'd'he truth about Zi-
m and. Palestine, may of them
would assist in the efforts of the
&*& establish a national home-
land there. It was mainly because
2L Chrii'i* th3t ,ocal outstand-
ing Christians were sent to Is-
rael, and up rt-turn |
hundred of tall non-Je
gioups in ur
won many t r-uj *
round the [eat I
An ostut- ... ntarian, H
R. received : ...'. recognitisq
and served on th National b|
ecutive C I the Zioost I
Organization of America.
To I. R., Zionism was an Man
an unselfish oe\ t on to a cam]
for the betterment of hisJewsij
brethern, an altruistic effort hrj
the establishment of a natioMj
home where all Jews could si
from whatever lands thev !
oppressed, a 2.000 year old Hhl
brew prayer come true.
Never one to r implain aboii
his health, he gave .:n-untingrjid
his self to help others. He kcftl
the torch of this ideal bunad
brightly and held it high. M
cause of such as he, the Stated!
Israel came into b< mg. No otstl
appelation could please him moctl
than that of "Zionist.''
Yacov. Her To
Appear Here
Ben Yacov and Miriam Ga,
who have returned from a cj
cert tour of South America aj
Mexico and who are now on tan
way to Israel, will present a cl
cert tomorrow evening. 8:30 pJM
at the Beth El Auditorium, j
SW 17th Avenue. Miami. _1
The program will consBtf
classical and folk musk "
anu mm inuon. '" '*4
dish and Hebrew The arWl
will also enact sketches <"l
scenes from the;: Ih< ater reper-4
tome, assisted at the piano W
Anyuta Melicov. _-*]
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t Eugene Schwartz, president of Beth El Sisterhood, and
.jx Rappaport, vice president, tendered a Luncheon last
,y in honor of the Sisterhood's Board Members. Among
present were Sidney H. Palmer, president, Dr. S. T. Swir-
5 Cantor Jacob E. Tambor.
* *
. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are leaving Sunday for Knox-
fennessee, where the Rabbi will take charge of the Knox-
ongregation for one month. They will return to Miami on
* *
. and Mrs. Samuel Beck, of 2331 SW 19th Street, have
New York City to attend the wedding of their nephew.
* *
^s Patricia Olsen, daughter of Mrs. Gene G. Olsen, 23 SW
venue, Miami, arrived here for the recent wedding of her
Delores Nevada, to Don Korey. Miss Olsen is a junior at
versity of Michigan.
* *
na Beth Kaplan, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Kaplan, will
te her 6th birthday with a party at the home of her grand-
, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaplan, 3551 SW 3rd Avenue. Rry-
nds Terrace Kindergarten. Guests will include Janice
Barbara and Barry Meyerson, Carol Sherzer, Audrey
[Joyce Egret, Joyce Denis, Bobby Friedman, Arlene Blitch-
id Stern, Karen Feingold, Susan Eldred, Myron and Jeff-
k, Billy Miller and Robert Smith.
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and Mrs. Philip Friedman, of New Brunswick, New Jer-
ounce the birth of their daughter, Feme Sandra, last
Mrs. Friedman is the former Hannah Diamond, a
Miamian and Coronet model. Maternal grandparents are
Mrs. H. Diamond, 1045 Michigan Avenue.
* *
s Naomi Grossman, a psychiatric social worker for the
Board of Guardians, Brooklyn, New York, is visiting her
, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 2952 SW 15th Street,
pn Mechlowitz
ifitzvah Here
Leon, son of Dr. and
rman Mechlowitz, of 4545
Avenue, Miami Beach,
lome Bar Mitzvah tomor-
rning at the Miami Beach
Center.
Irving Lehrman will of-
The Bar Mitzvah is a
in the Hebrew School
Center, where his father
nber of the Board of Di-
I and his mother active
the Sisterhood and the
eptmn in his honor will
[Sunday afternoon at the
Vitz home.
IOUSEKEEPER
AND COOK
(Jewish)
1R. R., BOX 2973
MIAMI 18
Miss Ruth Falk
Falk, Rosenberg
Betrothal Told
Dr. and Mrs. jack J. Falk, of
4554 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Ruth Sheila, to j
Mr. Malcolm Maurice Rosenberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Rosen-
berg. Roanoke, Virginia.
Although born in New York,
the bride-elect has lived in Mi-
ami Beach for the past fifteen
years and was graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School.
She is now in attendance at the
University of Miami, Where she
majors in Commercial Education.
She is a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon Sorority there.
Mr. Rosenberg attended schools
in Virginia and matriculated at
the University of Virginia. He is
presently also at the University
of Miami, specializing in Business
Administration and expects to re-
ceive his BBA degree this year.
He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi
Fraternity.
The couple will have their en-
gagement reception the Lord
Tarleton Hotel on April 20th. No
date, has been set for the wed-
ding.
Ardmoro
Martin Mechlowitz
IE TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAURANT
Wishes to thank
JTOR ELI SAMUELS AND HIS BEAUTIFUL CHOIR
an inspiring performance on both Seder Nights
comments from our guests were very gratifying
HUiel Council
installs Officers
The Hillel Advisory Council
will hold its installation dinner
on Sunday evening, April 20th, 6
p.m., at the Delmonico Hotel.
Officers to be installed are:
president, Walter Kovner; vice
president, Dr. Herman, Meyers;
vice president. Max Holtzberg;
treasurer, Mrs. Ida Optner; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose; and corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Jack Wein.
Harold Turk, National Hillel
Commissioner, will be installing
officer. Guest speaker will be
Professor Miller Ritchie, chair-
man of the Department of Human
Relations at the University of
Miami.
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who wants to go to Boston or
N.Y. to drive me in my car April
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Free Loan Group Meets
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association will hold
a regular meeting on Monday
evening, April 21st, 8 p.m., at the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center. Guest speaker will
be County Commissioner Harold
Turk, Isidor Schwartz, president
of the Association, announced.
PAGg 7 A
Phyliss Schermer
Weds Dr. Schwartz
Miss Phyliss Tobee Schermer
became the bride of Dr. Ted Ros-
en Schwartz at a candlelight cer-
emony on March 30th, at the
Sheridan-Plaza Hotel in Chicago.
The newlywed Mrs. Schwartz
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sigmund William Schermer, of
1611 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach. The bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Jeannette Schwartz,
Chicago, Illinois.
The bride wore an heirloom
treasured princess gown of se-
quin-sparkled mouselline de soie
over a shimmering satin buoyant-
ly bouffant skirt, underlaid with
tier upon tier of pleated nylon
net. Bud-taut bodice, delicate
tracery of seed pearls on appliq-
ued chantilly lace cascaded into a
sweeping cathedral train.
The demure neckline and both
pointed sleeves were frosted with
hand-beading. A wafting mist of
shadowy silk illusion to the fing-
ertips dramatized t h e regal
crowning headpiece. She carried
a Bible covered with white or-
chids and streamers of baby-or-
chids.
The bride's mother wore pearl-
gray chiffon complimented by or-
chid. The groom's mother wore
pink imported lace. Four ushers,
uncles of the groom, attended
the procession with Miss Shirlee
Posner, of Detroit, as maid of
honor, in pink-tulle and Mrs. Wil-
liam Hornthal acting as matron of
honor. The bride's brother, Mil-
ton, was best man.
The couple left for their honey-
moon and will return shortly to
their home in Chicago.
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Your Vote and Support Appreciated
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>AY. APRIL 18, 1952
Jorris Frank To
Lad Both Jacob
I,., ri cation Beth Jacob, at its
luiil election meeting last Sun-
I elected by a reported major-
It;.,- following officers for the
ling year:
orris B. Frank, president;
Qia-T- Mechlowitt, 1st vice
tidJ-nt. Harry Genet, 2nd vice
fcident: Honorable Marcie Lib-
Ian treasurer; Leo Meyer, fi-
Icial secretary; and Attorney
Ivin Englander, recording sec-
jrank. pioneer resident in the
later Miami area, was for
pv years secretary of the Con-
Ktion in its early history and
bee as its president from 1937
(943. He is the father of form-
hity Judge Bernard A. Frank,
feent iiicniber of the Council
City of Miami Beach.
Ijtgoing President, David
tman. who has served the
feregation for the past four
Is, n as unanimously elected
honorary president.
tbles Women Meet
|ie regular meeting of the
hi B'nth Women of Coral
lies will be held on Tuesday,
lil 22nd, 8:30 p.m., at the Coral
lies Ji wish Center. Election
Sfficers will take place. Mrs.
iani Hechler, program chair-
, has also prepared a skit
fewing the activities of all
Irnien. ______________.
J^sUHhrirfitr
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Aforris Frank
Rossman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
R. Ross.nan, formerly of 1424 Col-
lins Avenue, will take place Sun-
day,' April 20th, at 11 a.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating. Mr.
Rossman is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Si Porter; his
father, Morris; one sister, Fran-
ces Rossman and a brother, Irv-
ing, of Canada. Arrangements
are in charge of the Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to at-
tend.
Summer Institute
Lists Program
Applications are now being ac-
cepted to the Israel Summer In-
stitute, announced Mrs. Seymour
B. Liebman, chairman of the Zi-
onist Youth Commission Scholar-
ship Committee, and S. A. Good-
man, chairman of the Commis-
sion.
"The Israel Summer Institute,
seeks to promote closer relations
between American and Israeli
youth, to stimulate the study by
American Jewish youth of the
Hebrew language and heritage
and to provide an opportunity for
American youth to directly ob-
serve the fusion of Israel's anci-
ent traditions and contemporary
culture," Mrs. Liebman said.
Members of the institute will
spend seven weeks in Israel. For
the first three weeks, it has plan-
ned lectures and group discus-
sions. Students will have a wide
choice of an extensive curricu-
lum: Jewish history, Zionism,
the Hebrew language and its lit-
erature and Israel's current econ-
omic, political and social prob-
lems. The courses will be con-
ducted by faculty members of the
Hebrew University, executives of
the Jewish^gency and officials
of the Govewment.
The Institute will also make an
extensive tour of the country.
Students will live and work in
an agricultural settlement. At
the close of the Institute, they
will meet in Jerusalem for a sem-
inar to evaluate and summarize
their experiences.
The itinerary features visits
to the Negev, Galilee, Emek Yiz-
reel and the Sharon Plain. There
will also be visits to Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv. Haifa. Nazareth, Safad
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Mrs. Saul Herman, left, president of the Temple Beth Sholom
klerhood, discussing plans for Sisterhood Day with Mrs. Bess
}lson, center, and Mrs. Louis J. Krensky. co-chairmen of Sister-
od Day. Simultaneous luncheons will b\ held in the homes of
kny hostesses for Sisterhood members and friends today. _____
VOTE
ROBERT KING HIGH
For Your Next
Justice of Peace
District No. 2
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED
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IFOR YOU AND FLORIDA
Alto Adams
Your Next
GOVERNOR
ATTEND THE
ADAMS RALLY
at
SHENANDOAH PARK
1800 Southwest 21st Ave.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
APRIL 23rd at 8:00
MUSIC
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Before an assembly of over 400 persons. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
receives the Army-Navy Union Plaque for unselfish and meritor-
ious service to veterans of all creeds in his capacity of Chaplain at
the Coral Gables Veterans Hospital. Making the presentation in
behalf of the veterans and the Army-Navy Union is M. M. Singer,
National Inspector of the Union.
and Tiberias. Included in the
tour are visits to private and co-
operative industrial plants, re-
ligious shrines, archaeological
sites, immigrant work villages
and the Knesseth.
A stop-over in Paris with guid-
ed tours ol the city and its en-
virons will be included in the re-
turn trip to the United States.
Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Joseph Mooney, musical direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center, will address the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum tomor-
row alternoon, 3 p.m., on. the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. 11th Street and Ocean
Court, Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1952
SEC. E
lathers To Address Annual Convention
B'nai B'rith Lodges At Palm Beach
tsraeli Miiiisi4 i
Meets Canadian
Oil President
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
Minister of Agriculture Levi Esh-
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About 150 people came to Washington ear!y this month to ap-
plaud a number of titter attacks against Israel and Zionists. They
came as delegates to the rational Conference of the American
Council for Judaism. Their press agents flooded Washington with
more anti-Israel material in one week-end than all the Arab League
embassies, combined, have circulated here since 1947.
norablc George A. Smathers, i State Federation of B'nai B'rith
pd States Senator from Flor- Lodges for the coming year will
will be principal speaker at be held on Monday morning. May ko1 has received Frank Caftel.
Banquet of the Florida State 5th. The Convention will be con- j president of the Canadian oil
- n: o>*if* i ~toec eluded with a luncheon Monday company. New Continental, for a
noon, at which the main speaker discussion of oil prospecting in
will be Julius Fisher, of Roanoke, | Israel.
Virginia, secretary of B'nai B'rith I It was learred that after Parlia-
Fifth District. Louis Ossinsky, of | ment adopts an oil prospecting : the Council.
Daytona Beach, 3rd vice president law, New Continental will under- Delegates heard a speech by Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive
of the Fifth District, will be take to survey several areas of director of the Courcil, in whi'h an attempt was rrade to portray
luncheon Toast Master. I the country for oil possibilities. | Israel as a "totalitarian'- state. Less in g J. Rosenwald, Council presi-
Greater Miami officials and I U is also understood that the gov- i dent, and others attacked "Jewish nationalism." Gerald L. K. Smith's
ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
Eention, on Sunday evening,
4th at the Palm Beach Am-
9dor Hotel. Palm Beach, Flor-
has been announced by F,
Pallot. of Miami Beach,
Cjei i 0f the State Federation..
L Annual Convention of the
lida State Federation of B'nai
K i odges will be held May
[through 5th, at the hotel.
kident Pallot explained.
Lv Goodmark, of West Palm
Ch l-t vice president of the
V y, leration of B'nai B'rith
will be Toast Master at
i uet. Opening the Cor-
;ii,ii i .n Saturday evening.
3rd. will be a dinner for the
,. Federation Executive
|rd. which will be followed by
session.
i incheon session on Sun-
f.l Mav 4th, the principal peak-
I krill "be Melvin S. Harris, of
I i South Carolina, presi-
I i | Disliict Grand Lodge No.
I : i;.l panel describing the
I dus agencies of B'nai B'rith,
I ,. the Anti-Defarratitm
Hillcl Foundation and
During a lull, when c alligation of Israel temporarily abal ;!.
the delegates herd a pessimistic report from Chairman Henry S.
Moyer. of the Council's finance committee. Mayer said thai the
Council rs failed to turn American J^ywry against Zionism and
thai it has "not yet won a single battle." Eve.i a number of the
goTefnmenl officials who ;nt greetings to the council retracted
their greetings when thiy learned of the anti-Zionist nature of
over recess.
..Hill' \ ivi. mu.iwv.u., .1 tary. Godfrey K. Newman, State ;'esumi:s^meeting following Pai
treasurer, Sam W Shapiro, chair-
man, Anti-Defamation League,
Qeorge J. Taliaroff, chairman,
Legislative Committee. Milton
Friedman, chairman of Youth Or-
ganizations, and Gilbert J. Balkin,
Public Relations chairman.
To Observe
Musie Week
National Music week will be
observed here on May 4th
through 11th, it was announced
early Sunday.
Some 414" cities in the United
States will simultaneously par-
Hold Memorial
Meeting For
Six Million Dead
All Workmen's Circle Branches,
their Women's Clubs and the Ver-
band are arranging a joint i
ing to commemorate the heroes
of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising
and the 6 million Jews exl rm-
ina:ed by the Nazis. The memor-
ial meeting will take place to-
The 8 nli-Zionist conference was surprised when it received
a lecture in C fense of the democratic rights of American Ziorists.
The lecture cams from one of the Council's own guest speakers.
Dr. Harry N. Hov/ard. United Nations Advisor of the Bureau of
Near Eestern Affairs of the State Department.
In a question period following his address. Dr. Howard was
asked by a Council member if State Department policy or the Ne
Fast is being influen An an Jews ifi the best interests of
the United States.
Dr. Howard apm ocked by the question. He hesitated
ntarily ;.nd then replied that in a democratic society there
are always pressures biought t'> bear.
In his view, he said, all American c'tizens have sn interest in
all [fSU'M of foreign policy. He lold tho Council that all Americans
should bring their influence to bear in the interest of democra-
cy seck'ng to preserve world peaO. Dr. Howard looked di-
rectly at the questioner and s;id that h didn't see how American
citizens could act differertly. The Council member who asked
the question felt urcomfortable, and the question period was
Kami Hadassah
tlebrates Child's
ly April 21st
he Greater Miami Chapter of
lassah will celebrate its Sec-
timist Club. Exchange Club, Mi-
ami Beach Music & Arts League,
Miami Beach Symphonette, Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony,
Mrs. Albeit Pick, William
A. Geiger, Anyuta Melicov, Dr.
Bertha Foster, Mana-Zucca, Rob-
M<)1.1 ert Strassberg, Dr. Paul Held,
1)1 Frances Warsowe. Ruth Wolofsky
Greenfield, Irving Pietrack, Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer, Mimi Ret-
skin, Daniel Breeskin, Maria Mar-
Child's Day on Monday, April t cv> rjr. Paul Beck, Bernard Ost-
, when groups of the Chapter I feldt, Benjamin Notin, Marion
participate in fund-raising Carley. Carmine Pardo, Fern
irs as a means of augmenting Sherman, Flora Previn, Mrs.
work of Youth Aliyah. Ruby Carson. Abrasha Brodsky,
Leonard Barr. coordinator, |Fernand Martel and Victor Gold-
ring._______________________
3rd
assah,
.rphans and
of Joseph Duntoy, Max Gleiber- : refugees.
p3!?; VfU'S Lasavm' ard Wil:iam I John Roy Carlson, a reporter who speiulizrs on the problem of
Faskoll. j anti-Semitism, said he was shocked b\- the piogar.ada sent to the
The presentation will be offer- newspapers by the Council. He told an audience at a Washington
ed by a group of 8 narrators, a- I synagogue that the Council gave great aid and comfort to anti-
rrong them the known actress < Semites.
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school pupils of the Y. L. Peretz :
school here. There will also be a Por Stan eJeWS IMIU Migration
special ceremony of symbolic ; TL AVIy (JTA) .^ a)r ,.hlp anQ overland Vla Turkey.
lighting of six candles.
A group of 372 immigrants
i'rom Rumania arrived here rec-
ently. Trjey reported that before
i any this week that, "The
lonal movement of immigra-
l Jewish youth may well
regarded as one of the great
no., movements of all time.
I: past 17 years, it has proved
vation of aO.OOO Jewish
n it | as, through educa-
and training, lifted them
kii the depths of degradation
ii healthy and civic existence
state of Israel."
kii-. Barr indicated that the
rk begun in Germany and con-
ii' i throughout Kurope has
< everely curtailed because
iron i uitain restrictions. "But
nth Aliyah activity is taking
this slack through its row
[gram with Jewish children
Ji! North Africa. Before the
mdinq of the Jewish state."
I said, "there was little contact
tl. North African communities,
t now Youth Aliyah extends
help to children there in the
in belief that every normal
Id given care and assistance
i be developed into responsible
Brian being."
European and oriental children,
Idren from every corner of the
rid. are eligible for entry into
i framework of Youth Aliyah,
| coordinator explained. "The
.'Hopnient of the state of Is-
H depends upon these children
P their creative abilities," she
d.
Mfairs scheduled to be held in
function with Child's Day here
lude the following:
"e Stephen Wise Group. A tea at
'...... "' Mis. ISess Nelson. :>950 Ij
" Drive, Miami llem-li. at 1:30
i. i.ui-st speaker, Ralihi l>eon Km-
i I rogram by Cantor Samuel Kele-
' halrman, Mis. Lewis Bacott.
iraeli Group. A luncheon at the
"> Plan Hotel, it noon, cuest
Her, Rabbi living Lehrman.
annah Senesch Group. A lun.lieon
Je home or mi-s Irving uieenfieiii.
xtai laland, at i2::in p.m. tiucst
KCT, Mrs. Irving l.ehrman.
'naioma Group. 'I'vpital Israel
"'.....'.' '-' :1 P '" "1 ">< Hlhlscus
" n. Daily will follow.
ennetu Szold Group. A luneheon
<< Bea Cnii Hotel, II noon. Ouesi
er, Rabbi Moaei Mesrheloff.
ei-zl Group. I'll,,; Tea :il 1:110 11.nl..
the home of Mrs Muii.l Hirsch
. ."'...*,u,li Coi-Oiinul Ijine. l'alm
"''. Miami Beai b
moraji Group. A luni heon at Jarkle
" I'inner Kay Restaurant. 11:10
fashion show by Altheas.
'ami Beach Business and Profes-
Crcup. (:,,.! party nt the I'arU
J Hotel, on Hednesday. April
" t 8 p.m.
Cantor Joseph Malik will chant borne migration of Persian Jews
the traditional prayer for the to Israel came to an end early
dead. Background music will be j iast week with the arrival of 70
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fGorin To
>ear Here
il 20th, 21st
,. dio and concert baritone
tar Igor Gorin, who will
h"n. with the University
., i Svmphory Orchestra
ndav and Monday evenings,
ftoth and 21st. is proud of
Imerican citizenship, but
l.f his ,-oncert programs is
kmplcti- without the Ukra-
Klk song. Stormv Breezes,
he learned as a youth.
his rendition of the song,
gained admission to the
i Conservatory of Music
tar* later, in an audition for
nonsors of the Hollywood
radio show, he sang it
landing a contract to ap-
^egularly as star.
range of Gorin's recorded
loin is almost as large as
rom which his programs
tnually assembled for his
-coast concert tours.
[the University of Miami
honv Orchestra under the
|on "of John Bitter, Gorin's
at the Miami Beach
)ade Courty Auditoriums
elude Sorr.mi Dei from Ra-
by Handel; Recitative
i from Don Carlos, by
The Sailor's Song, by
: Cortigiani vil Razza from
|tto, bv Verdi; and Blow, Ye
by Dougherty.
I orchestra will also perform
y Mendelssohn, Harris
msky-Korsakoff.
Silverman Unveiling
The dedication of a monumcrt
to the memory of thejBte Pic.
Alfred Charles SilveTffian, foi-
Sweet Unveiling
The dication of a monument to
memory of the late Harry
the
Sweet, formerly
marly of 63 NW 25th Avenue, who | Court? wlu'^ie^piSS sJnSy.
died while he was confined from April 20th. at 2 p m at
wounds-sulfered in Korea, at Ft.
Benning, Georgia. Army Hospital,
the Women's Auxiliary to Amer-
ican Legion Post 85. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
will take place Sunday, April
?0th at 12:30 at Woodlawn Park
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro officiating. Mr. Silverman is
survived by his oarer ts, and two
sisters, Miss Gloria Silverman
and Mrs. Marion Spdlman. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
p.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi M. Skop
officiating. Mr. Sweet is survived
by his wife, Bertha R., a son
Robert and a daughter, Mrs. Bet-
ty Epstein; also a brother Isidor
and four sisters, Mrs. Rose Kass.
Mrs. Sylvia Finkelstein, Mrs. Ray
Mttzer, ol N.Y., and Mrs. Lillian
Kalish, Mannville, Ohio. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company;
friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
icfa Ihoir
\$s Tomorrow
A Cupolla Choir of the
Beach Senior High School
p ent ;i musical program
rn w evening in the high
litorium.
' is being held to raise
i h will enable the Choir
to Tampa for the state
hip contest.
Hall, professional singer
lumnus, will also
k the program. Robert
[ of the group.
Hold Joint
Sabbath Service
A joint Sabbath Service and
Oneg Shabbat will be held to-
night by the Young Adult Chap-
ters of the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganiation, the Hillel House of the
University of Miami and mem-
bers of the B'nai B'rith Tropical
Lodge. The Young Adult Chap-
ters include Clara Hirsch Landau,
Sharet and Star Young Women.
The ceremony scheduled for 8
p.m., at Hillel House, will be con-
ducted by representatives of
the participating groups and will
end with a discussion on What
Should The Attitude Of Jewish
Youth Be To Intermarriage, it
was announced by Selma Rubin,
chairman. Dr. Donald Michelson,
director of Hillel House, will con-
duct the prayers.
Invitations to the B'nai B'rith
Youth Committee, the Hillel Ad-
visory Committee and the presi-
dents of local B'nai B'rith Lodges
and Women's chapters have been
extended.
Ginsburg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Diana
Ginsburg, formerly of 821 Michi-
gan Avenue and 151 Collins Av-
enue, will take place Sunday,
April 20th at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. Mrs. Ginsburg
is survived by her husband, Her-
man, two sons, Frank Edwinn and
Eugene Edwinn, both of New
York; a brother, Jack Klepeck,
of Miami Beach, and two sisters,
Mrs. Frances Shagan, of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Julia Sitron, of
Brooklyn. She was a member of
Anna Miller Circle of Miami
Beach, also of the Rebeccas and
Miami Monument Company. J
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monthly meeting on Tuesday, Ap-
ril 22nd, at 8 p.m.. in the Beth
El Auditorium. Mrs. Etha Beck
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+J*istfk)ridton
PAot 5 a
fechnion Book
Includes Articles
)n Israel
The American scientist who or-
ted the process of seeding
g with silver iodide to pro-
u,, rain has proposed that leg-
bo enacted to insure the
C [ion of rain-making pro-
cures for the maximum public
I
In the lead article entitled The
Of Rain-Making, in the
fchnion Yearbook, published by
e American Technion Society,
ir Bernard Vonnegut, physical
unisl of the General Electric
lotnpany, cautions that the suc-
ks ol rain-making experiments
lakes ii imperative that "inter-
lational cooperation also be util-
X(\ [or the full development of
hi*; tool.
Edited by William Cohen, the
10-page Yearbook, volume 10, is
feared to the theme of an artrWe
Litlid No Austerity For Sci-
(Jin contributed by Israel's
rime Minister, David Ben-Gur-
in. The publication contains
m vis live original papers on
ience and technology, including
in on IsraelDemocray In
ciicn. which delineates the pro-
chieved by the new State's
u institutions and its in-
A ni w communal fund-raising
jnci pt is proposed in a paper
iv C ilone] J. R. Elyachar. Prcsi-
5 if the American Technion
bciety, who writes on Zedaka
Justice. A section on the
E ries a message by Ex-
I Director Israel G. Jacob-
. a special pictorial unit.
Names Make News.
Percival Goodman eon-
An Architect's Diarv to
ium dealing with Is-
: ting. The subject oi
I Sanitary Engineering is
V y David Wolfson.
Professional Hadassah
To Hold Games Party
Miami Beach Hadassah, Busi-
ness and Professional Women,
are planning a games party at
the Park Central Hotel on Wed-
nesday evening, April 23rd, 8:30
p.m., in honor of Child's World
Day.
Proceeds oi the affair will be
used for work with orphars and
homeless children currently being
brought to Israel from all parts of
the world. Marguerite Marx is
president of the grouo. Lillian
Goodman will act as chairman of
the affair.
Elks install
New Officers
New Elk leaders were official-
ly installed early this week at the
Surfside Motel.
Officers include Allan G. Strat-
ton, secretary.; Edward Newman,
lecturing knight; Marvin Kim-
meL leading knight; David M.
Trau, evalted ruler; Lawrence
Hoffman, loyal knight; and Al-
fred Kinkolstein, treasurer.
Also assuming official posts are
Dr. S. G. Schneider, chaplain;
Saul Nash, organist; M. M. Shel-
don, trustee; Milton Kelner, jus-
tice; Albert Sussman, inner
guard; and Tom F. Smith, es-
quire.
Zamora Children
Meet Saturdays
Children of the Zamora Center
Hebrew School will meet on Sat-
urdays following Junior Congre-
gation services.
Officers recently elected to aug-
ment the activities of the group
aie Joel Krugtr. president: Mich-
ael Budd, vice president: Gerald
Darrish, secretary; Maury Locke,
treasurer, Philip* Israelit, program
chairman: and Allen Pollack and
Allen Altmen, publicity co-chair-
men.
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Music Club Hears
Mana-Zucca Works
A program of compositions by
Mana-Zucca will be presented at
the state convention of the Flor-
ida Federation of Music Clubs
scheduled for April 28th through
May 1st, in White Springs, it has
been announced here.
Mme. Mana-Zucca will be as-
sisted by baritone Fernand Mar-
tel. The remainder of the pro-
gram will consist of piano solos,
piarologues and pieces for child-
ren.
Ke-elect
PRESTON B.
'if'
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obson Shows
tit inn Here
Jacobson, Coconut
t and staff member
Greater Miami Jewish
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or his recent compo-
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IW.
Flagler-Granada
lias Installation
Newly elected officers of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will be installed at
a dinner to be held on April 27th,
at Jackie Holler's Dinner Key
Restaurant.
Officers to b< installed are Ber.
B. Clein, president: Sjamuel
Kirschner, vice president; r\li .
| Nathan Trauman, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Walter Stewart cor-
responding secretary; Leon Bcr-
I nard, financial secretary; and Hy
Covei mar, treasurer.
Gui st .: -ill be Stanley
Myers, prominent attorney and
tt mpora p -. nt of the Great-
er Mian i Jewish Community
C r.tcr. and E I Gale, form-
er soul em tic let director of the
J -.:.-;: W< lfar B ard and recent
linted i xei utive director
the Go at : [ Iiami Jew ish
I' un C< ter. Phil Seleg-
man, executive director ol
da Jewish. Com
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-------. Cf.ryiing from laft lo right are Hetert Gunbel. publishers rep. .-sentahv..-
rva; Joe Rosa, owner of thi Royal Palm Hotel; Henry Ccve. owaard
Laundry and presit.'nt of the Cerebral Palsy Fund: and Max Orowrtx. prejider.t of the
Dr_- Ccnsi-uct.or. Company. Silling from laft to right are County Commissioner Harold L
Sa= Halperin real estate executJTe: Sam Fried lard, president of Food Fair: Lee EiKnn.,,
esiaie broker: Ben Danbaum. businessman: and Sam Blank. preBent of Malionag Brands.
Mrs. FM To Head
High Srkooi PTA
Officers of the Miarr.i Beach
or-Senicr High School Par-
er.t-Teacher Association, will be
installed at the group's next open
meeting on May Sixth.
Mrs. Leon Ell will be installed
as president. Others to assume
office are th Mesdames Harry
A the Unit) States Rogers. Ben Z. Ginsburg and Leo
Pan Aiin'i-M-an
l.-aiiuc Branch
Formed Here
\ i ; nch of
ncan League a as
- 21st .-.----' Pan
: last lion-
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er of
Board I t! e
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Brandeis, vice presidents; Mrs
I:v:r.g R'.thman. recording secre-
tary Mr- Max Schoenfeld. cor-
r-ispcnding secretary: and Mrs
1 Tanencaum. treasursr.
Chairman of the Nominating
Ml FhiliD Lef-
. Other memben included
- W. Katz. principal; Miss
Dr C j '-.. :.::. garet Tarre:-. Dean of Girls;
51 tie Hall nd Mrs. S. F
ting the B- ach
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Mesdames Bertram J.
Sater. Leo Bran-
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Pioneer Women Lunch
Mrs Anna Seltzer, of P,oncer
V. nen, G Ida Myerson Club,
will be hostess at a Garden Party
and Lu-^heon to be held at her
home. 420 SW 21st Road. Miami,
on Tuesday afternoon, April 22nd.
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RIDAY. APRIL 18. 1952
*Jewisti Fhridian
PAGE 7 B
festival Hosts
feorge Freedley
Jeorgc Freedley, director of
pfew Yrk Public Library's
later collection, drama critic,
lecturer, is the guest of the
bulty Committee- for the Sec-
Annual University of Miami
Ikespeare Festival.
in, i | last Monday, the Fes-
will run through May 3rd,
will feature many events re-
Bng to Shakespeare. Among
I,,, are alternating pwformanc-
|of Romeo And Juliet and The
ng Of The Shrew at the
Theatre,
reedley has spent many years
Ithe theater, working as pro-
|er, director and stage man-
|r ot such groups as the New
tit Theater Guild. His columns
published in the New York
jbill. the New York Tele-
Iph and the Library Journal.
long his most recent activities
W those of delegate to the
lESCO conference in Paris to
Tup the International Theater
litute and Director of Theater
rice for the
Home RenidentH
Have Seder
Some 60 residents of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged held their
annual seder last w^ek under the
direction of Reverend George
Goldcerg. spiritual leader of the
Tifereth Israel Northside Center.
Reverend Goldberg was subse-
quently taken on a tour through
the Home's facilities supervised
Dy Maurice Pearlstein, director.
Others attending were Abe Kur-
man, president; Judge Harold
Spaet, past president; J. M. Kope-
lowitz, chairman of the Board-
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
president; Leo Steinman, chair-
man of the House Committee; and
David Phillip, member of the
Board.
,al Theater Service.
Iramatic productions be-
w.i'.i Romeo And Juliet, fea-
0: David Fentress and Mimi
nark in the title roles. Sup-
.ing them are Evelyn King, as
Workmen's Circle
Has Third Seder
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
and the Women's Club are hold-
ing their traditional 3rd Seder on
Sunday, April 20th, 6 o'clock, at
the Lyceum, 25 Washington .Av-
enue.
One of the poets who contrib-
uted lo the modern interpretation
of the Exodus story scheduled to
be read by pupils of the Yiddish
schools, I. I. Swartz, author of
American Na- I the epic poem Kentucky, will par-
ticipate in the ceremony.
A play by H. Leivich, Prophet
Elijah In the Ghetto, will also be
presented as part of the ceremony
by pupils of the Peretz School un-
. der the direction of the principal,
let's nurse, Jerry Schultz, as Louis Lasavin. Solo songs will be
jcutio, and a cast of Drama given by Miriam Donnerstag,
artment players. The play |Judy Drucker. Lillian Nelson and
I) presented on alternate the Ted Nelsons.
ts through Friday, May 2nd. Musical arrangements have
ting with Romeo And been prepared by Robert Strass-
lt is The Taming Of The burg, music director of the Miami
w, which opened at The Ring Beach Jewish Center and execu-
Tuesday and which will rirh tive secretary of the Jewish Music
Saturday. May 3rd. Ev- Council.
'.ill be featured as j Mrs. Leon Elkin and Mrs. Harry
Stella Grey as Bianca, Spivack are in charge of reserva-
[K;.rl Redcoff as Petruccio.
i S are under the direc-
'! Associate Professor of
Hirsch. Hirsch and
hui Matthews, of the Uni-
ty English Department, are
I n (if the Second An-
:akespeare Festival.
tions.
Dramatic Academy
The Dramatic Academy, under
the auspices of Lillian Fox and
Ruth E. Foreman, previewed their
production of Theatre Clippings
last night in the Fleetwood Hotel.
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Buildina rf A-!%J22Z n, IP?*AS" "2* ioUwint> Britherhood Week in the Main Library
nroferar JLSrt ""' 'n ,' u' *" f?,udder'. hiad Profsor of religion; Samuel Proctor, assistant
dLector oftST Library *'" President of the University: and Stanley West.
Kneseth Israel
Sisters Host
Model Seder
The Sisterhood of Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Saul Mer-
ingoff, was host at a Model Seder
Service held last Sunday morn-
ing in the Synagogue Social Hall.
Assisting Mrs. Meringoff were
Mesdames I. Ruppert, Clara
Weinstock, Henry Morris, P. Jaf-
fee, Lena Popkin, A. Goldstein,
Abraham Feinstor.e, and Max
Lippman.
The Seder Service began with
the introductory remarks of J.
Nadler, chairman of the Board of
Education of Kneseth Israel. The
Model Seder was begun with the
narration of the prologue offered
by Brian Meringoff. The follow-
ing boys and girts then enacted
the story of Passover: Frima Me-
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I i*~i*t>ner*l*ML
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Thirtv-iour member* of Uie
newlv 'formed Miami Chapter of
U,, National Office Management
n will receive
i
ficates during
meeting to
,_w s a dinrer meeting to-
| inter-
." '; \ nfW Miller Ben-
r.bersr^cet-
n
a'ht'nfVbv the exp-
. .gntenec
SSBS3
lble (right in their eyes as P1^,,,^, though th^ rented
not so much concerned over lfc H "'f__T?L. de,th of. Christ, as
the idea of being mM *OW*M mmmUjamJgmm and prvfane
by the approach of the ^e*"^TlL^n showed op*r. chag-
: r.Euaee when a number of Jewish "^Lm fcmn his store closed
ore.
. J
3u: as'l bough, my newspaper^
jj ff-afeS =2 Jcl^ow^n-t^^n^n3 The
m, >wwsde>J^att ;./;";,ense that he contemplated a later
S&T $ S B5 -,ered negatively, the man
walklol inw.
A-al >/' .v
quite clear. Here was another meth-
the Good Fri
jfaates and wi'l address the
meeting on Can You Justify To-
day's Office Costs?
Officers of the Miami Chap er
are president. H. John Ross Ln-
Wersitv of Miami: vice president.
OrrT M Town-send. Radio Sta-
WOAM treasurer. Arthur
McConv^ek. The First National
Bank ru: secretary. Irving
O Berrstcin. Greater Miami Jew-
Btion; and board of di-
-. Frank D- Auld, Bernstein.
Mi, Jamea A. Dunn. McCorm-
ack, Ross and Townsend.
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A! Zussman; and
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Donor Luncheon Here
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will hold a
Donor Luncheon on April 29th.
12:30 p.m.. at Jackie Heller's Din-
ner Key Restaurant. Mrs. Shir-
. Bernard is chairman of thi
affair.
Help Them Celebrate <
Israel's 4th Independence Day
(May 5th, 1952)
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Experience 'Nuf Sed'
RE-ELEAT
JOHN S. (Johnny)
A B E R
Miami Beach Resident Since 1924
YOUR
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5th DISTRICT Miami Beach, Surfside.
Sunny Isles. Golden Beach. Bal Harbour.
North Bay Village, Bay Harbor Islands.
Subject To Democratic Primaries May 6. 1952
RE-ELECT
A Man with 25 Years Law
Enforcement Experience
"lour \ otv and Support
Apprwuitvd"
THAT FLORIDA SHALL HAVE CLEAN.
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IpAY. APRIL 18. 1952
\laqler-tmranada
Eg iMneheon
\f Lillian Stewart is chair-
pj the monthly luncheon to
Mven by the* Women's Group
[tllc. piagler-Oranada Jewish
Tmunitv Center on Tuesday,
lJi 22nd, 12:30 p.m., at the
\- Hiding.
I Mrs. Stewart will be
| nes Edith Meyers, Syl-
Dorothy Newman,
othstein, Edith Maga-
j- Arlene Mervis, Beatrice
I nah Malin, Roslyn Pol-
r irl Reisman, Henrietta
m and Gussie Rothman.
*Je*istnnri \rtl f by
witidatvs
, amazing that a person
out qualifications for the job
perience in business of any
ct'ome a candidate to
ge ill is big County's busi-
problems running into mil-
dollars a year of tax-
r money," said County
i mer Prestos B. Bird.
! for re-election, in an
\v v this week,
pit I pi "> ilege of becoming
for any elective of-
i n to all kinds of peo-
. our democratic
that when some
for an office for
e has no qualifications,
in judgment on the
11 will be correct-
re to be elected,"
oner Bird.
of Dade County
not elect an un-
d person to
Commission-
ige their County's
tne and sp< nd
ny more than
i choose a person with-
' ons or experience
': ir own businesses."
r Bird, who has
Comn ission for 9
Is out that all voters
nty, no matter where
' tie I to vote for
Ithough he is a candidate
southern district of the
Harvey Wagner To Be
Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Wagner, will become
Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath serv-
ices of the Israelite Center tomor-
row morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Abraham Sachs will discuss the
Weekly Portion.
PAGE y a
Mead Heads Lincoln Road Group
Elected president for the fifth dent; Milton Smith, vicV presi-
consecutive time of the Lincoln
Road Association is D. Richard
dent; Milton Sirkin, secretary;
and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer.
--------r----* 'lara and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer
etc \S Miami BCaCh S0rVinS the b-r f ^rec-
Also .^elected in a move to S^T^^bt^
' L t,n|SwrU''nS officers! BE. Bronslon, C. L. Clements
wen Leonard W.en, vice PreS1- Edward Feltman, Dr. Leonard
Finn, August Geiger, Dr. Leon-
ard Goodman, S. J. Halperin, E.
D. Keefer, Arthur Lindau, Frank
Mayer. Richard Mead, John
Porte, Jack Silverman, Milton
Sirkin, Mark Smith, Milton
Smith, Otto Sovereign, William
JTaradash, F. Lowry Wall, Stan-
ley Whitman and Leonard Wien.
\
ibral Palsy Leaders
PP linted leaders of the
v Women's Volun-
,":iit were announced early
They include the Mes-
cell Dryfuss, president:
lii k Proppef, secretary; and
II n, treasurer.
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LY, APRIL 18, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
*jmmmMm*
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LEGAL NOTICE
iF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
in FOR DADE COUNTY,
LOR I DA. IN CHANCERY.
u" No. 1"W5f
pRASBR, I'laintiff, _
li: \sKR. Defendant
TflCE BY PUBLICATION
"|i p.MAS ERASER, Defendant:
|fl.'hereby notified that a Bill
kuilaint for Divorce has been
leahi-it you and you are re-
ft,i nerve copy of your Ans-
leading I" the Bill of Com-
i KOV'NBR & MANNHEIM-
|n Lincoln Road, and file the
Answer or i'leadlng in the
it the t'lerk of the Circuit
before Hay 7th, 19..2; if
I in do so. judgment by de-
ill be taken against you for
,.f demanded In the Bill of
"mil ORDERED at Miami,
|i\ ihis sth day of April, 1952.
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hv WM, VV. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
NOT,CE namIRlFICT,TIOU8
NOTICE IS HERBBy'c.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t eiurute In
bui.ine.SH under the fin.i.iA.. "r*e "1
name with
MAX H ,HKvc"LM A,JT
MAX R. SILVER
SSL for Al'l>licant
922 Seybold Huildlng
Miami, Florida
3/28 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
xir>.n. ,NAME LAW
.h ri( K ,S "KRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ea}*
the fictitious name of
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER F.CT.TIOUS
-ity, Morldu.
SAM WEINSTEIN
sill HEN F. KESSLER
MOO W. Flagler St.
4/4-11-18-2.-1
lillMn.
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY,
LORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 148953
iili JAMES HAMMON,
Plaintiff
[EMILY GAMMON,
Defendent
ICE BY PUBLICATION
ISK EMILY GAMMON,
[rinceton Street,
i Boston, Massachusetts,
. required to serve a copy
Limver to the Hill of Com-
linn the plaintiff's attorney,
; UdTHENBERG, 420 Lin-
I. Miami I'.each. Floridu, and
original In the office of the
the Circuit Court on or be-
. ;ili. 1953; otherwise, said
I"- taken as confessed by
Sth day of April, A.D.
E, B. LKATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
\.\ w.m \v. stockini:
Deputy Clerk.
Ti4i," UtiMnu.r^ '" 'hiiiu.s name or
AGFXCVM,,N,AV ?,A|,'CTY DRIVERS
oli < il "01 '"scayne Blvd., Mi-
wUh h."'!',S I" lrt"tep arid name
RICHARD 'eK,;!e^TKC Attorney for Applicant
42(1 Lincoln Road
Miami .Reach, Ha.
3/2K 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_____ NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
nrrSTfw "Sftf.ttS fl,-t'"<>'"* name of
". AT ,7,lilUi;EH PARK, at 11380
Blscayne Blvd., Dade County, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
WALTER E. RINCK
SIDNEY ROBBTNS R,Xt'K
Attorney for Applicant
07 Congress lluilding
Miami, Fla,
3/28 4/4-11-18
in the circuit court of thf
andVo^0^^1--"'"cuit^n
c.T2? DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 14flfiPfi
VIRGINIA FISCHER BROWN,
va Plaintiff,
'AU&L3S*QL D-'"ndant.
TO- ,,TJ?.E ?Z PUBLICATION
TO. JAMES BROWN
409 West 30th Street
New York, New York
you are required to serve a copy
SLcW1"* AnS?r "' ,ne >* "r Com-
plaint for Divorce .111 the plaintiff-
attorney. STANLEY JOEL, L-BVINE
B8Q.. 420 i.iiuoi,, Road! Mia,,,! li,!;,;';;
Flortda, and file the original In the
!":.'; "r llu\ 9'* << he circuit
V, ,1-','r .be,.""P- ,ne 2sth day of
Apill, 1H2, in default of which a
'o'iif,0. "ro '<>'" 'nay be entered
Against you.
DATKD this
1952.
2Sth
4/4-11-18-2.-. l,"|,U'V
day of March,
E. II. LEATHBRMAN,
1 lerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County* Florida
By <;. B. IIARD1E
Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY,
JRIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 14895-1
lY YANKOW, I'lnintlff
v \NKi iW, Defendant
ICE BY PUBLICATION
II.i: YANKOW,
stri et,
iklyn, New York.
1 iisi r to the Bill of Com-
1.1:1 tut iff k attorney,
If'THEXHERG, 120 l.in-
i'-' ieh, Florida, and
11 the office- of the
'ourt on or be-
otherwise, said Kill
|. 1 infest ed iiv you.
sth day of April," A.D,
1 n LEATHBRMAN,
1 I ol the Circuit Court
Hj ivm w. stockini:,
:> Clerk.
|CE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IIDA IN AND FOR DADE
INTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14896.
'> m Alias's, plaintiff,
Vdams, Jr.
Ivan la, defendant
r FOR DIVORCE
I v Adams, Jr.
n itlfied that a BUI
1 >i\ 1 roe Mas been
I, and you are ro-
ll 1 opy of your Ans-
10 the Hill of Com-
lalntlff's attorney,
'' KESSLER, 2200 Wesl
Mian I, Florida, and
' vei 01 Pleading
1 he clerk of the Clr-
' fore the 12th day-
It you fail to do so,
"ill l. taken
for the relief demanded
ilalnt.
ORDERED at Miami.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NGHF 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
!mi ",',,?. I","1"'1' ""' fictitious name of
CHEMICAL SPECIALTY L-\H-
OKAToniKs. .-,, Miami. Fla,, Intendi
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit CoUrt of Dade County,
Morlda.
MANUEL LUBBL ***** MDBY
Attorney for Applicant
Lawyers Building
22X N.I-:. 2nd Ave.
Miami. FTa,
3/28 4/4-11-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14349S
JOHN SHAPIRO, also known as
JACK SHAPIRO, Plaintiff,
vs.
LOUIS HACKEL, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rO: LOUIS HACKEL
4812 1 isoge Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU an- required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint on plaintiffs attorney and to
file the original Answer in the Office
01 the Clerk of the Circuit Coin! on
or before the 25th dav of April, 1952;
otherwise, the Bill of Compltlnl here-
tofore filed herein Will be taken as
confessed iv you
DATED at .Miami, Florida, this 25th
day of March, 1952.
I-: B, LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Da.ie County, Florida
By: I ic laity clerk
NORMAN R LYONS
iini-iL' Olympla Bldg.
.Miami, Plorlda
S/28 1 I-11-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
.v... No- '4868;'
AN.\ MORR1LL SWIR8KY,
Plaintiff,
BUR2i?.,ffiVmBKTi defendant.
___NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BURTON 8WTRSKY
21-4S 37th Street
,,.''""K Wand City. New York
11 .'" ,;),,K, "EREBT NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cans,- and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the B.....f Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
or the 1 Ircult Court on or before the
5th nay of .May, A.D. 1962, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, the ::lsi
day of March, 1952.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
1'y G. B, 11 die,
_ Deputy Cl.rk
PALLOT, SILVER .v mii.i.oy
Attorneys for Plaintiff
"-"l Ingraham I'.uilding
-Miami. Florida
4/4-11.18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,,___ NAME LAW
ih IJFV HKKKBY f5IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
" !'"d'r,"' ft-tltkms name of
HOI SK OF SUSAN, at 1S11 l'urdv
sw?*?' V1"", c"-v "' M,aml Bich,
nn, i.S,e.1',a^ r*'ter the said
fSSS ,rfi,lUhoSn',y, r-,otrl,dPanr "ttO^W^Sy' ^KLTZER
Attorney for Applicant
in. Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/11-18-2S 5/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,^ NAME LAW
,. TiC'-.IS "EP.EISY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Kn^nU^fiS 3S fi'"'">us name ,f
I-UmiDA PHOTO MURAL, at 92
r^. Miami Avenue, Miami, Morlda, in-
cieru Z r.eif,!,t,0.r 8ai'1 "ame w"h the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TELEVISION KIi.,M
.^- SERVICES INC,
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/28 4/4-ll-lS
ART
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Mil day of April, A.D.
IV LEATI
rk, Circuit
le Cimty,
Seal)
O. II. HARDIE,
leputy Clerk.
Kit MAN,
Court.
Florida.
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IH HERBBT C.IVEN that
ned. desiring to engage in
k !'i'-,','' fl<-titlous name of
Pi ,. U1'"1* DIVISION OF
M-. SPECIALTY LABORA-
I;' Miami, Fla., intend to
ai'l name with the Clerk
["nt 1 ourt of Dade County,
SAM BEN
[i.inKi,"AKRY S,LBT
"Applicants
. Hiding
l'"l Ave.
L-I1-1S
ru^SS COURT OF THE
MwUS!SLL circuit in
? DADE COUNTY,
A- IN CHANCERY.
, No. 1485511
JANTONOWITZ, Plaintiff
^Fov"e\\'!TZ' defendant
"I xX- PUBLICATION
- ANTONOWITZ
rkslde Drive
"" L.I., m.y.
' '''limed to serve a copy
I m l,r' ,I,P B,U of C<""-
m.'i v" '"""">. and to
K V ;VlsWer ll> the Office
Lh,. '.-,'. "'''"''"It Court on
[the 'in'Ui!i "' A'"""' 19S2:
kr ,, Vf, Complaint for
* ,-, i":"1 herein will
*'onus.,.d by you.
irili ""'; Flo''da, this 2Gth
K, B. LEATHBRMAN.
,i ','' ,n" Circuit Court
h'^Ixs'-1^
Tnpla BldK
rlila
Fn-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SEAT Cl IVER DRIVE- IN, at ;,sl N.
U'. :'!01i Strei t. Miami, Dade County,
Florida, Intend t" register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
ol Dade C......tv. Florida.
HERBERT M. KRISTALL
NATHAN KRISTALL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
3/22 4/l-ii-ix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flcfTtlous name of
ART-FILM MURALS, at '.i6 N. Mi-
ami Avenue* Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
BBRVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/28 4/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148390
MAXINE LAURA VAUGHN,
i'laintiff,
vs.
JAMES BAKER VAUGHN,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES BAKER VAUGHN
c/o Mrs. Roy Crowell
Route 2
Candler, North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been riled against you, and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the BUI of Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney and file
tin- original answer in ti.....ffl......r
the ci.-ik 01 the Circuit Court on or
before May "-. 1952. otherwise Judg-
ment bj default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill ol Complaint.
Dated this L'Ttli dav of March, 1952,
at Miami. Dad.- County, Florida
i-:. B, LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj M, c FEIGE
Deputy Cl.-rk
MANUEL LI Kl-:i.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Lawyers Building
228 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami. Florida
4/4-11-18-25
... N.OTICE BY PUBLICATION
pNcTwHrE.,.C,RClJ,T COURT OF THE
BLfyNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, ..... No 14555
I. WALTER MECKLEY, Plaintiff
vs.
JOSEPHINE GRUBER MECKLEY
SUIT FOR D.VORCE"f"ndant
TO: JOSEPHINE GRUBER
MECKLEY
-Middletown. R.D.,
Pennsylvania
You. Josephine Oruher Mecklev. are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
nB, ";..'.ne Bl" of Complaint on the
llaintiffs Attorney, Amos lletijamin
.> and flic the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit ( ourt on or before the 28th
day of April, 1!:,2. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Itm of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins 26th dav of March, 1952
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court
__ Dade County, Florida
(Seal)
By M. C. PEKiE
Deputy Clerk
AMos- BENJAMIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
::/2s 4/4-H-18
LECJLL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148779
JOHN OARRABRANT, Plaintiff
vs.
FREDA OARRABRANT. Defendent
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FREDA CARRABRANT,
92 Lord Avenue,
Rayonne. New Jersey.
You are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERO, 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore May 2, 1952; otherwise, said Bill
will he taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2nd day of April, All.
1952.
(Seal)
4/1 1-ik-:>.-,
i: I!. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
By R. H. RICE.
Deputy Clerk.
- 5/2
JR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148738
M'.ma COHEN, Plaintiff,
vs.
SEYMOUR T. COHEN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SEYMOUR T. COHEN
1606 I'ri nldent Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereb) required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Complaint
for Divorce filed against you on
plaintiffs attorney, Arnold Blome,
One Lincoln Road Building. .Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer witn the Clerk of the above
named Court, on or before May 2,
1952, or default will be entered against
you.
Dated thi- 1st day of April. 1952.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk
(Seal)
By R. 11. RICE, JR.
Deputy clerk
18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._ NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby GIVEN thai
cue undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BPANIBR'S CITY HALL PHAR-
MA( Y. at 1200 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of iJnde County. Florida.
JACK SPANIBR
..... Sole Owner
4/11-18-25 3/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GIANT PHOTO & MURAL Co. not
Incori.....ated. at 9211 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
:'-'_' Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/2S 4/4-ll-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN MURALS A ENLARGE-
MENTS CO. not Incorporated, at 926
N Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tends 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
:: '28 4 i-ii-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
business under the fictitious name of
Fl >Tl l-MURAL ART 1 '1 >, not In -
norated, at 926 N. Miami Avenue,
.Miami. Florida, Intends to n
'said name with the Clerk -if the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
TELEVISION FILM ART
SERVICES INC.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
:: 1'- I l-l 1-1S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 148356
FLORENCE BARR, I'laintiff.
vs.
RUBIN SAM BARR, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RIBIN SAM BARR
121-51 236th Street
Ijiioreltnn. L.I., New York
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS.
H El MAN & KAPLAN. fi.'iO Seybold
Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
April. 1952, If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Comnlaint.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of March. A.D.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Mlerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___.
Bv li. II. HARDIE.
Deputy ci.-ik.
MYERS. HBIMAN *i KAPLAN
650 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida '
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/28 4/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148672
LEONA C. FEDIW, I'laintiff,
-against -
DANIEL FEDIW. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, DANIEL FEDIW, care of
Rnkow, 2172 2th Street. Ix>ng Island
City, New York, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been field against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of vour
Answer or Pleading to tho Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
MAX R. SILVER. 922 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 30th day of April, 1932.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of March, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Hv C II. HARDIE,
Denuty Clerk
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
922 Sevhold Building
Miami 32, Florida
4/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi. mi.I- rsigned, di siring to end ige In
business under Ho- fictitious name ol
MIAMI 9EWELRY EXCHANGE, al
139 N E. 1st Street, Miami, I
intends to register said n ime with
the 1 'lerk of the Circuit Court ol
1 lade 1 tount). I- lorld 1
DAVID DIFTLER,
_ (Sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for David Diftler
804 Ingraham Bldg.
Miami. Ha.
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lerslgned, desiring to eng m
bui under I he fictitious name t
MAX OPTICAL MANUFACTURING
company (not Incorporated),
5421-5423 N W. 2nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the 1 circuit Co
Dade County, Florida
SAM POMERANCE
IIV POMERANCE
MANNIE POMERANCE
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
129 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, I lorlda
S/2S 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
SANDRA POST,
SANDRA POST LINCOLN-ROAD,
SANDRA POST FLORIDA,
SANDRA POST PALM BEACH,
at 431 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
DANIEL H. HERMAN.
Sole Owner
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SCENIC MURALS A GIANT PHOTO
CO. not incorporated, 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-ll-lS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY tiiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S SHOES, al 886 Opa Locka
Blvd., Opa Locka, Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK COHEN
HARRY It. SMITH
Attorney for. Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
4/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ORAL CRAFT DENTAL LAB-
ORATORIES, at 350 Lincoln Road,
Room 515, In the City of Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
MURRAY HOROWITZ
Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attornoy for Applicant
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
4/1-I1-1S-25
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