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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 25Number 17
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 25. 1952
"PRICE: TEN CENTS
iam! Fetes Israel's Independence
irre Van Paassen To Address Israel
lependence Rally In Flamingo Park
Mass Rally scheduled for | Hams, vice president of the fac-
fingo Park, 11th Street and
dian Avenue, will be Great-
ami's tribute to the 4th an-
saiy of Israel's independ-
i' Tuesday evening, April
at 8 p.m. The Rally is un-
ihe sponsorship of the Zion-
iouth Council, Sputh Florida,
[the American Christian Pal-
Committee,
?chairmen of the local event
labbi Moses Mescheloff, spir-
leader of Congreation Beth

Pierre Van Paassen
and president of Greater
Ill's Jewish National Fund
hc:l. ;md Mrs. George Cohen,
[known worker in the Zion-
bovement.
lire Van Paassen, noted auth-
^nd lecturer, will be prin-
speaker. Also participating
b.' Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Itiiiil leader of the Miami
:h Jewish Center, who will
a Memorial Tribute to Is-
R. Goodman, late vice presi-
of the Southeastern Region,
David Silverman will join
abbi in the Memorial pray-
B era scheduled for appear-
aie Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
ulty, University of Miami, and
co-chairman of the Miami
Branch, American Christian Pal-
estine Committee; Mrs. L. J. Mc-
Caffrey, national secretary. Fed-
erated Women's Clubs of Amer-
ica; the Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Joseph R. Marot, spiritual leaders
of Beth David Synagogue and
Temple Israel; and Circuit Court
Judge George Holt.
Van Paassen, principal speak-
er, served in the British Army
in France and Flanders during
World War I, and was decorated
"for exceptional coolness under
murderous attack." After the
war, he entered the journalistic
field. He was the New York
World's roving correspondent for
ten years and later wrote for the
North American Newspaper Al-
liance.
The committee in charge or ar-
rangements for Tuesday's Rally
include Ehiel Lesowoder and
Nathan Ostrov, park affairs;
Sam Prosterman, Jewish Nation-
al Fund projects; Mrs. Murry
Grossman and Mrs. H. C. Moser,
American Christian Palestine
Committee coordinators-. Gil Rap-
paport and Miriam Scheinberg,
ushers and youth; and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. program and public-
ity.
Israeli songs and dancing by
the various Zionist Youth groups
will round out the program. Pies-
entation of colors will be made
by the Miami Beach Post No.
330, Jewish War Veterar.s. The
singing of the American and Is-
raeli anthems will be led by Can-
tor Silverman and the invocation
delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
Mrs. George Cohen is scheduled
to present the American Chris-
tian Palestine portion of the pro-
gram, with greetings being ex-
tended by Dr. Williams and Mrs.
McCaffrey. Selections by Cantors
Abraham Seif and Irving Robin-
Habbin Devote
Services To
Israel Week
Final event of Israel Independ-
ence Week will be the commem-
oration in every synagogue in
Dade County of the fourth anni-
versary of the State of Israel on
Friday night, May 2nd.
Greater Miami Rabbis will de-
vote all or part of their sermons
to the Independence celebration,
with special emphasis on the im-
portance of the $500,000,000 Is-
rael Independence Issue.
The event is sponsored by the
Religious Groups division of the
Council of Organizations.
Dr. Goodman To Be Honored At Dinner;
Install Blank, Friedland, Oroviiz, Wrinkle
at Organization of America, son will be followed by Judge
Holt's introduction of Van Paas-
sen.
Resolutions will be read by
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Dr. Jos-
eph R. Narot will offer the bene-
diction.
(Continued on Page 3 A)
+ *
?use Approves
estigataon Of
tundations
Mount Sinai To
Hold Annual Meet
The annual meeting of Mount
Sinai Hospital to elect members
to serve on the Board of Trus-
tees during the coming fiscal year
will be held Sunday afternoon at
2:30 p.m., on the Hospital
grounds.
An estimated 1,000 residents of
the area are expected to attend
the meeting at which Max Oro-
vitz, president of Mount Sinai,
and Samuel Gertner, executive
director, will also deliver their
annual reports.
It was announced late Wednes-
day that Preston Bird, County
Commissioner, will bring greet-
ings from Dade County.
Monte Selig, chairman of the
Program Committee, has an-
nounced that following the bus-
iness meeting those attending will
be guests at a garden party spon-
sored by the Women's Auxiliary.
Other members of the Program
Committee are Jack Ablin, Sam
Blank, and Leonard A. Wien.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will deliver the in-
vocation, and the benediction will
be bestowed by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholem.
The Nominating Committee
will propose the following names
for election to the Board of Trus-
tees: Jack A. Ablin, Sam Blank,
Dr. Morris Goodman, Aaron Kan-
ner, Sam Levenson, Joseph Lip-
ton, Herbert E. Scher, Monte
Selig, William D. Singer, Harry
Sirkin. Joseph R. Stein and Carl
Weinkle.
Premiere Showing of Faithful City To
Be Held On Beach Wednesday Evening
SHINGTON (AJP)By aj
J? 158, the ?0USe 0f I One of the biggest problems left over from the last war is the
^ h? -,e?KapPVCd a re-; basis of Molcdeth'f Israel-made film, Faithful City, which will have
I ,Shn?in* 3 S?Tfi its Souherpremiere here at the Colony Theater, Miami Beach, on
ommittee ^ investigate ^omnern p all-English production
S^biSSS&^^^SiX new state, presents the situation of a group of dis-
id other tax-exempt rf cnildren wno find shelter ]n an Israel settlement and have to
; j adjust themselves to a new warthe War of Independence,
m nvest't">n- will seek to Admission to the Southern pre-
m,ne whether these organiz- ljere showing Wednesday night
un Amor?"18 aT re?0UrFes will be free to purchasers of Is-
'i-American and subersive I Bonds from April 20th
es or for purposes not in the tnrough 30th. Ticket may be ob-
|i t or tradition of the United
es.' Representative Eugene
f Georgia, who sponsored
Irisolution and who is expect-
|o head the committee, warned
school text-books would also
|e under investigation for al-
fo Communist infiltration.
pormed Jewish circles, who
d not to be quoted, express-
tained at the offices of the Great-
er Miami Committee for Bonds
of Israel Government, 1703 Con-
gress Building, Miami, and 1622
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
More than 50 member groups
of the Council of Organizations
have endorsed the premiere as a
feature of Israel Independence
Week and are staging a special
concern over Cox's accusa- -'smnaien^for "The "Faithful"City,
against the Rosenwald Fund Campaign tor i
* Guggenheim Foundation. Only showing <* L*
Wednesday will begin at b.jo p.
m., following customary premiere
festivities on Lincoln Road in
front of the Colony.
featuring leading
pointed out that Congress-
Uare Hoffman, of Michigan,
*'n 'or his anti-Semitic utter-
B, was slated for committee
ibership. it is believed that
likely targets of the Cox
ntuttee will be organizations
nsored by labor unions and
e national Jewish agencies.
A program waiuruw ="
entertainers is being arranged for
the premiere. Seymour B. Lieb-
man. chairman of the Council of
Organizations, pointed out tnat
there are only 864 seats available
lor the initial showing.
The picture, distributed by
RKO Radio, is no sentimental
document dealing with rehabili-
tation. It presents the basic prob-
lem as it is toray the elements
of survival in the period follow-
ing concentration camps and gas
ovens. The children portrayed
in Faithful City have lost the
chaiacteristics of normal children
and are harsh, suspicious and
unamenable to adthority.
Faithful City was produced and
directed by Josef Leytes, who has
for a long time been concerned
with the effects of war on child-
(Continued on Page 3 A)
Yeshiva To Close
NEW YORK( JTA) The Yes-
iva Tora Vodaath is facing clos-
ure because of a $324,827 deficit.
Climax of Israel Independence
Week in Greater Miami will be a
testimonial dinner Thursday,
May 1st, at the Saxony Hotel,
Miami Beach, honoring Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, outgoing chairman
of the Greater Miami Committee
for Bonds of Israel Government.
Dr. Goodman will be recogniz-
ed for his year's service as the
first chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Bond Committee, with fes-
tivities scheduled to begin at
6:30 p.m. Installation of Sam
Blank, Samuel Friedland, Max
Arovitz and Carl Weinkle as co-
chairman of the committee for
1952-3 will be another feature of
the program.
Principal speaker at the dinner
will be Gershon Agron, formerly
Director-General of Information
for the State of Israel and now
editor and publisher of the world-
famed Jerusalem Post, largest
and most influential English lan-
guage daily in the Middle East.
Agron, who was educated at
Temple University in Philadel-
phia, and went to Palestine in
the early twenties to devote him-
self to the Zionist cause, has been
hailed bv American, British and
Israeli statesman, foreign corres-
pondents and authors not only
as one of the world's great news-
papermen, but as a leader of pub-
lic opinion, who has wielded great
influence in the history of Pales-
tine during the past 25 years.
Time Magazine, commenting on
Agron's editorship a few years
ago, described the Post as '"the
London Times of the Middle
East."
Agron's service as Director-
General of Information of Is-
rael's government followed a long
career as editor and publisher of
a newspaper that achieved uni-
versal distinction for its accurate
and unbiased reporting of the
news. Despite acknowledgements
and tributes for his objective
treatment of all sides in the dis-
pute over Jewish claims in Pales-
tine, Agron "was constantly haras-
sed by the British censor and in
the Spring of 1948, saw his Jeru-
salem office and newspaper plant
demolished by Arab terrorists.
!"cither the censor nor the ter-
rorists could discourage him, for
Agron continued to publish his
four-page daily, which came out
as usual the day following des-
truction of his plant.
In addition to editing his own
newspaper, Agron for many years
serVed as the Jerusalem corres-
pondent for the Christian Science
Monitor, the United Press, the
London Daily Telegraph and the
Exchange Telegraph.
Members, of the dinner committee
for the Pr. Goodman Testimonial in-
clude: Sidney Ansln. Saul Ashkenazy.
LoulS Handel. Dr. Theodore M. Ber-
man, Daniel Broad, Leo Chalkln, Jos-
eph Cberner, Benjamin Danbaum, Max
Dreyer, Joseph Duntov, Leo Elsen-
Bteln, Aaron Harr, Jacob Flshinan,
Irvine Krankil. Joseph FYee, Dr. Stan-
ley Frehllng, Julius Galnes, Mrs Har-
ry Oersten, licnjamin Oilier. Ben 7,i..n
Glnsburg, Mrs. Louis G issuer, In.
Meyer J. Click.
Isidore Goldberg, M:s. Jennie Gross-
ingor, I'aul Grosslnger, Benjamin
il.iriiev. Isadora Hecht, Louis Hel-
man, H. II. Hyman, Leon B. Jacob?,
Howard Kane, Aaron Kaimer, Mrs.
Dr. Morris Goodman
Hyman smart Kaplan, Mrs. Emanuel
Karccr, M. J. KopolowitS, Morry Wov-
en. Mrs. Mosi s Kiieger, Kaliih Lach-
man. Sidney Lefcourt, Bhlel Leso-
woder, J. Gerald Lewis.
Marcla I.lberman, Norman Liebling,
Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. Charles
Llppow, Samuel Llpton, Dr. Louis
Lytton, M.t\ Melsel, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, Hen.iamin Meyers, Ben
Novack, Sidney R. Palmer, Mrs. Hy-
I man Pertes, Mrs. Harry Platoff. Jacob
Rablnowlts, N. Douglas Kaff. Dr. Al-
exander Robbing, Burnett itoih, Sey-
mour Knbiii. Mrs. Monte Sell*, Mont..
fe'ellff, Jacob Sher, Sam simonhoff,
Wm. D. Singer, Carl Fuasklnd, Wil-
liam Taradasti, Qua Trau, Julian II.
Venezky. Carl Weinkle and Mrs Ir-
w in Weinstein.
Blank, Friedland, Orovitz and
Weinkle will serve as co-chair-
men of the committee with Jos-
eph M. Rise as treasurer.
Other highlights of the Israel
Independence Week celebration
include the Southern premiere
of The Faithful City at the Col-
ony Theater next Wednesday
night and observances in ;.ll
Greater Miami synagogues on
Fi iday.
Gershon Agron
Klan Leader Says
He Was Abducted
Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux
Klan, Bill Hendrix, charged last
Saturday night that gunmen kid-
naped him from downtown Hia-
lerh, threatened him with a black-
jack and forced him into a car
which then drove some 25 miles
west on the Tamiami Trail.
The Klan leader had been
scheduled to speak on behalf of
his candidacy for the office of
Governor of Florida at 8 p.m., in
Triangle Park. The speaking per-
mit granted Hendrix by Hialeah
officials was withdrawn follow-
ing a storm of pretest by the ar-
ea's residents, but Hendrix in-
sisted he would speak "permit or
no permit."
Scheduled simultaneously with
the Klansman's address was an
American Legion Mobilization
Parade whose route of march
would have passed Triangle Park
during the political rally. Leg-
ion officials, it was r^Dorted. fcar-
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PAGE 3 A
. || Sifts
Lniiralions For
|iolarhip

tWms are now being ac-
, loan scholarships to
rsity of Miami, spon-
the Miami Section of
nal Council of Jewish
uitli excellent high
els, who have resided
|ja.'i f,)i- two years or more
aR ready to enter the Uni-
fyin the Fall of 1952, may
(, chairman Mrs. I. E. Har-
gVlil East Bay Harbor Drive,
ri Beach. .
, -udents repay their loans
i m .small monthly payments
_ tli' y are out of school one
I 8nd none of our recipients
Tin ten his pledge, so that
I men able to continue
awards," Mrs. Harris said.
n tli-' present time, Council
five students at the Univer-
II v are Stanley Smith,
a Senior; Janice Pred and
, Miller, Juniors; and Fresh-
IElaine Goldsmith and Berna
nan
fnev t maintain these stu-
o :ne from seVeral funds:
Sam and Marian Javer, Carl
[Est 11 Weinkle, Dr. Julius
. end Lina Benrman. Sev-
fcourcil projects also help
ort the loans, including the
leaking Forym conduct-
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub;
emli'iance Fund headed by
gam Javer; Magazine Sub-
It ions headed by Mrs. Louis
rmar; and the Stationery
conducted by Mrs. William
Dr. Mrs. Max Dreyer is co-
Endi. of the Scholarship Com-
.g with Mrs. Harris.
iture Film Showing
?kespeare Play
And Cleopatra, the
r version of William Shakes-
fc's play, will be shown at
Kin..; Theatre and the Beau-
It Lecture Hall on Tuesday,
I] 22:id.
\e King showing will take
;,: :!:30 p.m., and the Beau-
H ill showing will be at
[p.m.
film is another of the fea-
of the University of Miami
nd Annual Shakespeare Fes-
Also on the current sched-
nf features are alternating
Dimances of Romeo And Jul-
land The Taming Of The
kw. at the Ring Theatre.
Van Paassen To
Talk At Rally
(Continued from Page 1 A)
Van Paassen covered the Riff
revolt in Morocco, the Pilsudski
Putsch in Poland, the Italian-
Ethopian War and the Spanish
Civil War. He also interv.ewed
Hitler several times, first in 1924,
when the Fuehrer announced his
determination to exterminate the
Jews.
Van Paassen was the guest of
Mussoliri for six weeks and trav-
eled with the Duce's brother. Ar-
naldo, in Italy. When the Nazis
assumed power in 1933, he was
expelled from the Reich and re-
ceived similar treatment at the
hands of France's Pierre Laval,
following his prediction that the
Vichy leader and Marshall Pe-
tain would turn over France to
Germany in the event of war.
The noted journalist first visit-
ed Palestine in 1925, and became
an ardent chapion of the Zionist
cause. He roamed the ghettoes
of pre-war Eastern Europe, vis-
ited the Arab countries and in-
terviewed Ibn Saoud, Abdullah,
Feisal and Fouad, of Egypt. He
was attacked and wounded by
mobsters in the pay of the Mufti
and Jamal Husseini in 1929, dur-
ing the Jerusalem riots.
Van Paassen is the author of
The Forgotten Ally. 'There is
no question," said Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion at the time
of its publication, "that Van Paas-
sen's work is one of the founda-
tion stones of the State of Is-
rael." He has also written such
books as Days Of Our Years, That
Day Alone, Earth Could Be Fair,
The Time Is Now, The Tower Of
Terzel and Jerusalem Calling.
He is an honorary citizen of
Tel Aviv, a Doctor of Hebrew
Letters and a Doctor of Laws.
Premiere Showing Of Faithful City To
Be Held On Beach Wednesday Evening
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COMMUNITY
RALLY
to Commemorate
Fourth Anniversary
of
ISRAEL'S
INDEPENDENCE

Shown above is a scene from Israel's first all-English production.
Faithful City.
ftball League
Paul Marks, athletic
rman of the Flagler-Granada
fish Community Center, has
^d that positions are still open
he Center's softball league
i iets Sunday mornings,
i.m, at the West Flagler
Regular league play starts
i! ii 27th.
PULL LEVER 32 A
RE-ELECT
KENNETH OKA
Justice of the Peace
Record of Service, Honesty
ar.d Accomplishment."
pontinue in Office a
ian who has exempli-
|ed the highest stand-
ard of Judicial Conduct
the past 8 years.
(Pel. Pol. Adv.)
School Costs Here
Low, Weiss Says
Milton Weiss, at a recent rally
of campaign workers and chair-
men, pointed out that the cost of
administering the Dade County
schools is lower than the national
average and referred to the finan-
cial difficulties which prevent the
Board of Public Instructon from
expanding the school system as
rapidly as they would desire.
Weiss, who is running for re-
election to the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction of
District 5, has served as a mem-
ber of the Board for 12 years. In
his speech he revealed that the
growth of Dade County in the
last 25 years has been seven
times greater than that of the
average county in the United
States. He said:
"Despite the faboulous growth
of Dade County, there has not
been a proportionate increase in
available funds to enlarge the
various facilities under the Coun-
ty administration. The average
citizen does not realize that the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction is not an autonomous
body with unlimited funds at its
disposal. The funds are limited
by the Constitution of our State
and acts of the Legislature. There
is only a certain millage available
from County tunds for the oper-
ation and expansion of our
schools. .
I. as a member of the Dade
County Schol Board, have been
conscious of our educationa
problems, as well as our fiscal
policies Whereas the national av-
erage for the cost of administra-
tion of schools runs between five
and six per cent of the total school
budgets, we in Dade County have
kept the cost to three percent.
We people realize that if building
'were kept up to the growth in
.school population, we would have
'to erect live buildings a year
j equal in size to that of Miami
'High School. This is an impossi-
bility. The cost of al"!f'" VYr,
schools rests in the hands of those
who are permanent residents oi
Dade County and who constitute
the taxpayers." .___________
(Continued from Page 1 A)
ren. They were forced by neces-
shortly after the Russian revolu-
tion, Leytes, a Pole, was impress-
ed by the problem of bands of
thieving, criminal children who
harassed the countryside. "At
the time, I thought it was just
one country's experience," he
says.
During World War II, an es-
caped prisoner wandering over
southern Europe and making his
way to Palestine, he saw more
and more bands of similar child-
ren, they were forced by neces-
sity to use any means for sur-
vival, and while still young be-
came veterans in a grisly, hostile
world."
Leytes had made several films
dealing with problems of child-
ren. The Day Of Great Adven-
ture won him a prize at the
Venice International Film fes-
tival in 1937. This new type of
young victim seemed to him wor-
thy of an entire drama. "In Pal-
estine, I met a man who had
come trom Europe with several
hundred children. He had gath-
ered up the homeless, the orphan-
ed, the weak and strong and in
Pied Piper fashion had brought
them to Israel, his own destina-
tion." From this example, Ley-
tes explains, he found his inspir-
ation for a film about children,
under impact of authority and
suffering in a new war.
For the adult roles in the film,
he signed John Slater, an Eng-
lish actor, to play Ezra, based on
the Pied Piper character Leytes
had met, and Jamie Smith, an
American. The latter was with
the Orson Welles troupe in Paris.
From Pennsylvania to Israel by
way of Paris is the route the
popular actor took to get his
first stellar role in motion pic-
tures. A Carnegie Tech gradu-
ate, he left school in his junior
year when the armv called him.
He returned to finish school, then
signed with Barney Josephson
and Jimmy Proctor for Barnaby
And Mr. O'Malley, and went in
a road company of the Glass Men-
agerie during the summer.
Smith took off time to go to
France, hoping to get his doctor-
ate degree at the Sorbonne. In
Paris there was more profession-
al work than Smith could handle
along with his school duties; the
studies took second place. Pro-
ducer-Director Josef Leytes sign-
ed him for the romantic lead in
Faithful City, explaining that the
film was to be made in Palestine.
Dina Peskin, who plays Auna,
is a native of Israel and daughter
of Russian Art Theatre actors
who migrated to Israel many
years ago. A dancer since the
age of seven, her roles in the
national theatre had received
wide acclaim. The fourth adult
in the film is Didi Ramati, Anglo-
Dutch girl who was visiting rela-
tives in Tel Aviv.
Tifereth Israel Sisters
Hear Beauty Expert
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center will hold
its next regular meeting on Mon-
day evening, April 28th, at 8:30
p.m.
Guest for the evening will be
Inez Smith, prominent beauty
authority, who will demonstrate
proper use of make-up on live
models.
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EDITORIAL
Arrogance* Pays Off
The attitude West German representatives
demonstrated during the recently halted repara-
tions discussions must be an object lesson in slick
diplomacy for the youthful Israeli government
and for more mature world nations, as well.
There is no point at the moment in applauding
the insight of those Jews who vigorously opposed
the Hague talks. Such opposition was more a
matter of principle than prophetic instinct. Nor
is there any point in scoring the new state with
unreasonable economic ambition and with the
willingness to sell out the memory of six million
slaughtered Jews for a German pittance.
What must be examined more carefully is the
cge-cld Teutonic ability to play one nation a-
gainst another and on the smoke of devastation
to achieve its conniving end. The brashness Kon
red Adenauer's representatives expressed is but
one more example which proves Germany's vic-
tory in World War II. Recognizing their pivotal
position in the conflict between East and West,
the neo-Nazis have quickly become firm enough
to present a superior attitude once again.
For one thing, they have made a subtle iJ
pertinent definition of their pending "reparations
payment". They have indicated that such pay-
me.-.- must be considered in the nature of any
war debt imposed upon a vanquished nation.
Thus the problem of morality over which Zionist
and Israeli '.ezie:s have made much, has been
completely undermined. For another, their arro-
gance has raised them :c the position of bargain-
er. \V.:n trie full knowledge that neither Britain
nor America will coerce them into doing anything
against their wiD they have questioned the valid-
ity and denied the worth of Israels claim.
The new Jewish state thus stands refused be-
fore the world. England, fearing its own com-
merce.: claim continues to present the impassive
mask c: impartiality. America, side-wise exam-
..iing Russian strength in East Germany, extends
c sympathetic hand in Herr Adenauer's direction.
Bonn slowly but surely assumes the driver's
sect. In the ever-increasing strain between East
and West, :: is returning to its normal station
aggressive, ambitious and asocial.
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6*#&l

WU-foufi
A FIRST PRINCIPLE
Dr. Morris 4ooliiian
Dr. Morris Goodman will be honored at a
testimonial dinner on Thursday evening. Resi-
dents of Greater Miami will pay tribute to him
at that time for his work on behalf of the Bonds
of Israel Campaign here.
Chairman of the Campaign Committee since
its inception. Dr. Goodman has brought to his
work a leadership which saw Miami become one
of the outstanding purchasers of bonds in the
United States. He has added to his office the ex-
perience of many years in civic and Jewish ac-
Israel depend
The anniversary of Israels t ,
dependence will be celebrated? Je*l
nation next week. ""ou^
Greater Miami wU! participate i.-
by sponsoring three major including prayers for the new Jt **\
creasing strength to be offered duT *l
the area's synagogues on Friday .'***
It is fitting that Miami should l ^ 1
date of Israels liberation in such ^ 4
Especially is this so during 1959 f4|
marked the inaugural affairs hereofu**'
Jewish Appeal and the Bonds of twa*
campaigns. Greater Miami's Jewish L.
has unquestionably shown its wOW?" -
ticipate in the battle for Israel's S^'
pendence-a new war which began 3$.
elusion of field combat and which h- j
been won. The nation's turning to Mia'*
site of these important inaugurations uruk
that willingness.
The prevalent theme of next week', m 1
tion must therefore clearly revolve ato3
recognition that this latest conflict has X
fully to be concluded if Jewish sacrifices sol
ily paid, are not to be in vain. PareclpJ
the many jubilant affairs, Miami resider*!
also bear in mind the current Combined ]
Appeal Campaign, which is still in pram**!
the continued purchase of Israel Bonds.
Applause and manifest physical joy 1
part of American Jewry will certainly afl
rael's spirits at a time when .t is both cele
the anniversary of its independence and
toward ultimate security. Life-giving dollanj
the purchase of bonds to hasten the newt
economic destiny will more meaningfully |
ment its urgent projects.
tivity and the wisdom of a man who fin
lieved in the Zionist ideal and who contain
tiently yet doggedly to pursue its successij
pression: the new Jewish state.
The four leaders who assume Dr.
position on Thursday when he retires froma
composing a joint chairmanship for 1352-51J
of necessity need to gird themselves; the mo
Goodman set as Campaign Committee leak|
high.
Pick Chest Heads;
Baron Elected
Vice President
C -. nil Chest 1
--.
ith the electioi el J.

tof
5UC-
.- San H '.:
. the
elect! d ; :':. C
and a fourth, McGi-
Smith, presideni I the Florida
I v Li{ '' .- .
held I tei
vice pj
de : -yc-r. president of the
..-. Savings & I
I sponsor of 1
Giil Drive ol 1
Chi Dr. H. Franklin
' illiams, vice p:
- faculty. Univ< rsit; : Mi-
B H Blakey,
I of Burdin
James I. Keller, Jr.. of Pent-
Keller and C
Pn A named

. I iry is Mr.-. Star.:. '; edge.
Give Puehkoff
Prizes At si>
The 1 --off Culture Fund of
.ith Ivriti I I in
awarded w
out rk and service to
tudent
P;H' I nt and Jacob Sha-
I -; 4th
Milton
'' :.
leth El ,

at thi
liable* Sislrs
Have I iiik lii-on
Jewish Ccn-
Sisterh I .. ill hold a lunch-
30th .J:3o p.m.
Co- of thi affair are
-'. John Cronenfeld and Ml
Perry Mards. Thi- committee con-
" ''. sdames J. Cone.
:t Simon. Daw Davis. Thc-
odore Goodman, Harry Solomon,
. Sidni Lurie and
Be kmaa Mrs. Davis and
Mrs. G iodman are in charge of
'. s.
Itvavh In 11 (its
PUtt Olliri s
' of the Beach
' 1 ber of Commerce is
Holl .man.
fficera arc Max
Kogan. 1st vice pi I Victoi
ident; and
pi -ident.
Din are Bob Sch\
:. MUT-
t, Jerry F
Lenny Jackobowitz and Daniel
H .
Social Group Dance
The Aduit Social Group will
have its regular Saturday night
Party Dance on the Patio of the
Jewish Commuritv Center's Mi-
ami Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue.
norrow evening, according to
announcement by William
Sehlessinger. president.
I.nziti us Clmb
Holds Memorial
The Emma Lazarus Club will
'hold a Warsaw Ghetto Memorial
on Tuesday evening. April. 29th.
;8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
Community Center.
Guest artist will be Miss Fave
jDraizen. The Greater Miami Jew-
ish Folk Chorus under the direc-
tion of Ben Yomen will also ap-
;: Rabbi Morris A. Skop and
Reverend Edward Graham will
he guest speakers. Chairman of
the affair is Mrs. Malka Reich.
.Shaw. Itoss Air
Book At IKr.iinli-is
I uim-Im'oii H The Greater Miami Chapter of
the Women's Committee. Bran-
deis University, will hold its first
Dutch Treat Luncheon meeting
in the Starlight Room of the Bis-
cayne Hotel on Wednesday, April
30th. at 12 noon.
Literary critic S. F. Shaw will
join with novelist Malcolm Ross
in a discussion of Ross' recent
book, The Man Who Lived Back-
ward. The program will also in-
clude several musical selections.
Pass Bar Tests
ifiamians who
nina-
tio
' 'i of
K
an I Victoi H. E both
Irving Alan
Harris and Davis Isaac S.'.edroff.
all <>f Miami Beach; and James
.Alton Eurnes, Coral Gables.
Rosenhouse At Luncheon
ML H. Rosenhouse. Miami at-
.-. will bi
n meeting of
Lodge N
B B':ith. April
29th. 12:i5 p.m.. at the National
1.
4sorloii Invites
Examination
.: : 1 1
tthatt
are the si ,
and tl need mi n
tO till its off:.
Jud| Gordon sp akin
..
rning,
n to his 28
as a 1 ng attorney in Mi-
ami as a "reservoir of 1
bich I ha\ drawn m con-
siderii 1 ught before
me durinf 1 term as
Ige."
Thecandidati
consult then- own attor-
any other lawyers, re-
garding his qualifications to re-
| tain his present judgeship.
Better Government
Group Has 16th
Anniversary
The Women's Better Govern'
' Club of Greater Miami will
hold its 16th annivi lebra-
tjon at the Shenandoah Park
unity Building on Wednes-
' v '- ning, Apr:; 30th, 8 p.m.
Master of ceremonies will be
""." f. st' i';,st President
ation of Wi
past president of the Mi-
i Women's Club n l eh lirman
01 thi Dade County Planning
Zoning Board.
Honorable Earnest Overstreet
is scheduled as guest speaker He
vas,^i"embei' "' the Legislature
in 1937. 1939 anfl 1941. and was
appointed by ex-G vern >r Si i
graHpUai : Harbor ^
41 and 1943. Su sequentlv
.(,)v;r!M," wa n County
ce he
was re-elected in 1952 without
tion.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen is chairman
' "' Progi im wl ich will tea-
' Rosco. and her Stu-
will Ui .! Singing will
be led by Milt n l lman.
On the receiving hue will be
Mrs. C. r. Lundstron, founder
and chairman of the Board ol
tors, and Mrs. Thomas J
. president. Mrs Irene 1 ..,-
pen is in charge ol decorations
ASC Hoard To
View Munieale
A musical show will be pre-
sented by officers and board
[members of Brandeis Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, dur-
ing their open meeting at the Sea
Gull Hotel on Monday. April 28th.
Mr. Lillian Nelson will ac-
company the cast on the piano.
Election of officers for the com-
ing year will also be held at this
meeting. A social afternoon will
follow with Naomi Levine, direc-
tor from the National Office, as
guest host! BS.
High Explains
Function Of
Peace Justice
. !' erl King High, running for
of the Peace. District No.
-. stated here that "many people
o" not realize the importance of
the Small Claims Court because
tn V do not know the various
iisattus that come before it
High said it was the dutv of
the Justice of the peace to hear
for wages, damages and
aeots; to pn side a | cor-
i" hold preliminary
i charges ol
ape and other iierijua
''Your Justice of the Peae
inure
opportun
i

for evil or
Hoehrvr V.lwitiy
Surinitlv Mayor
Recently elected Mayord
side during an oiganizatioJ
sion held b, fore an w
crowd was John J. Boehrer,
en after he and Eugene J
'warz had been sworn in by.
Clerk Fred Gowen, Jr. n^
were elected to the 0
March 18th.
Others elected include
Goodman, Architectural ml
visory Committee: Dr. B. M."
ren and Myrt n Zeientz, C
Improvements Commiitee;
Burton Cohen. Harry Gr-
and Eugene Sultberger.
Committee.
good in a week than a judM
the Supreme Court has r
month," the candidate sail
indicated that his expen?i
interest in the welfare l
community will direct votaMj
to clean u: '
support him in his curraa^
tion effort._____.
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PAGE 5 A
.ris Succeeds
ling' At
iHilc IVnter
I si vice president
of I he Board, has
Sperling as
I :. elite Center,
Sun
xved for 2%
unanimously vot-
of honorary
ned due to ill
eved recognition
conducting of
Friday evening
[80 active in vet-
having been instal-
Music Week To
Begin On May 4th
National and Inter-American
Mi sic Week will u.
on Mav 4th th
litn. announct i Ruth. Brol
Bi chairmi
lay.
Son e 414 ti thi u >ul the
United Siatos will Par1
ni B(
i ticipate in th
le first i"
1 D. Li i Pow U
pro lain ed the cel< br I
notice issued lasi April 17th.
Programs will includ
performances in Flamingo Park,
i Beach High School Audi-
torium, over station \\ TVJ, at
Hie Miami Beach Community
Center, the North Beach Eh
tary School and the Shelborne
Hotel.
Radio stations WFEC, WI.RD
and WIN will also participate by
scheduling programs of musical
performances and interviews.
The Miami Beach Symphon-
ette will make its debut on
Wednesday, May 7th, with a spe-
cial program at the Community
Center as part of the Music Week
celebration. Featured will be
Flora Previn, contralto.
Htj Morris
the past week as senior vice
an.lor of the McAllister
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
a past state Commander
Jewish War Veterans of
my Weidenfeld was elected
ceed Morris as 1st vice
m; and chairman of the
the position which was
Id.
png the scheduled activities
I Center is the laying of cor-
ftone for the new school
ng. A formal ceremony will
on Sunday. April 27th.
p.n. Charles Fidelman will
firman of the affair.
11 it rn Mvn
\Uill 4H lire is
gular and social meet-
Men's Club of Zamora
Center last Monday eve-
illowing newly-elected
m re installed:
Roden, president: Max
vice president: Arthur
secretary treasurer: and
Moskowitz; corresponding
I'Y.
I I Directors include Sam
|t Joseph Weisbrot,
Marcy, David Matter and
Lalmus.
Flamingo Court
Moots Monday
Flamingo Court No. 12, Order
of Amaranth, will hold its next
meeting on Monday, April 28th, 8
p.m., at 429 Lenox Avenue. Royal
Matron, Mrs. Saul Meringoff, will
preside.
The Court will celebrate its
Third birthday party, as well as
Founders Night. Especially hon-
ored will be Past Grand Royal
Matron, State of Florida, Mrs.
Irene Frazer; Past Grand Royal
Patron, State of Florida, H. Clay
Wilson; Royal Matron, Mrs. Ber-
tha Meringoff: and Honored Lady,
Mrs. Lena Simon.
The Welfare Committee will
also give its official report on the
Games Party sponsored by Laura
Elgison and Mary Pores which
enabled the Court to distribute 20
Passover and Easter baskets.
Winner of Mount Sinai Hospital's Credit Union Membership Contest prize of a week's free vaca-
tion at the Sovereign Hotel was Mrs. Kathleen Bradbury of the hospital's Dietary Dapartment. Par-
ticipating in the ceremony at the hospital which accompanied the anrouncement of ihe winner
were (seen above) Jerry Grainger, managing director of tha Sovareign Hotel; Mrs. Bradbury; Sam-
uel Gertner; executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital; end Mrs. Mary Templelon. RN, Credit Un-
ion president. Mrs. Bradbury enrolled 33 new members in the Credit Union whow membership
sky-rocketed from 64 when thi camoaign opened, to 227 at its conclusion.
IZFA Camp Accepts Applicants
Applications are now being ac-
cepted to the fourth annual IZFA-
Hpcleh summer Leadership In-
stitute, announced Mrs. Seymour
B. Liebman. chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission summer camping
committee, and S. A. Goodman,
chairman of the local commission.
The Leadership Institute will
1 be held July 6th to August 17th.
Participants will study Hebrew,
Zionist and Jewish history, the
geography, people and govern-
ment of modern Israel, and the
American Jewish community and
leadership techniques.
Intensive courses in Hebrew
will be given on all levels. Mis.
Liebman said. They will consist
of formal study, conversation and
reading of current Hebrew peri-
odicals.
IZFA also sponsors for the col-
lege student a ten day summer
Discuss Exile Here
Ben-Gurion Branch No. 304,
Furband, met last night at the
Beth El Center. Dr. Harry H.
Queen, president, and Beryl Mor-
rison, cultural chairman, discus-
ed- Is There A Goluth In The
United States?
camp which will be held the first
ten days in September at Camp
Blue Star, Hendersonville. North
Carolina.
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|[xt_. JACK
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Candic lai'i for
Justice of the Peace, Dist. 2
Attorney, Administrator,
Teacher at Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center
(1M. I'i.I. Adv.)

;trongly urge my friends
. to vote for
EMMETT W.
KEHOE
FOR PROSECUTOR
The Only EXPERIENCED
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Events are jamming everybody's calendar these days.
. Stella Turk's sent out the cleverest invitations oi the year,
to the Brandeis luncheon el the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Apn
30th. Staged by the Greater Miami Chapter of the National
Women's committee, the program highlights an Author Meets
Critic" discussion Literary weapons will be unsheathed ty
Ma'colm Ross end W. F. Shaw, whose poly-sylUblsd scalpels /my
own liter'ry touch) are being sharpened for the plunge into Ross
novel. "The Man Who Lived Backward" .
Mt. Sinai's annual meeting of its Women's Auxiliary is due at
the Monte Carlo Hotel. May 9lh. for a business session and election
< i new officers, followed by luncheon Publicity chairman Mrs.
Ji an C. Lehman occupies now. judging by her address, that lovely
apartment above lovely neighbors, the Sol Goldstroms. just across
the street from where I used to was .
And on May 10th, Saturday, the Monte Carlo re-sets the silvei
and damask for" Greater Miami's Sigma Delta Tau. who gather for
a Mother-Daughter lur.ch and installation. Installing otficer Mirni
Lortnz knights, for the coming year, re-elected president Mrs. Jul-
ian L. Jackson, vice president Mrs. Harold Rubin, recording secre-
tary Mrs. Henry Gagstatter, corresponding secretary Rita Buksti 1.
parliamentarian Mrs. G. Peter Wells, treasurer Mrs. Bertram Waller.
In charge of the surprise program is Mrs. Emar.uel Goldstrich .
Pet project of the SDT is the Haven School And although 1
don't intend it wickedly. I hear Irom Cornell, which boasts the
nation's first chapter, that SDT girls living in the sorority house
refer to their initials as meaning, simply. "Seldom Dated Twice"
. OUR VISITORS continue to make news Detroiters Dr.
and Mrs. Sam Eder plan a May 5th departure from their Michigan
Avenue apartment. Dr. Eder is quietly hunting for some reliable
hand to drive his car back for him Home to Chicago on Satur-
day went wonderful "Mamma" Heifetz. who brightened the "Chass"
Jacobsons' kitchen corsiderably with her blintzehs and culinary
talents Settled in a Coral Gables apartment is Lee Cogan. Long
Island's gilt to career realtors, with her young son Jimmy. They'll
i in until school closes Top social worker Fannye Cohen,
gi all) of Baltimore, is on ;, Miami visit before she flies i Chi-
caj : it a su si then En route, she'll dip into B<.
S; ust concludt : year in Pittsburgh .
Stopping at tin Casablanca. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Wolfhe's
the Chicago allergistrolled over the other eve to view the Sid
Lewis' new home on S.W. 131h St. 11 I must say so, and I will, Sii
Janr.es picked a confusing site. Or maybe it'.-
jus that any unl confuses me First I me-
and then took another street which
i ia ly, int i a trailer camp. The e,
i Aft r I | ; watching, 1 headed around to weave out
Bj time, it was 10 p.m. and I was hurtling a! n
. 5 an h lur wondei ing where goit At that
point, I i.....I ce the L A
ii ;.- meglass jal< Indows Bet 1 nd from
Even if it isn't t righl party, I
t i yself. I will in M yb< they will let mi t quietly in a
. Sid. of course, decorated it himself, even to the exciting
closets. One of his new ideas is the breakfast bzi hung with match-
st.ck bamboo Florence revealed, as her specialty, the most
superior key lime pie in the southland. Nothing even in K.-y West
excels it!
. A packed auditorium welcomed Ted Pra:t ("B:. I M iil-
' Flan tl successes) with Z Ball at th
F .da Auth Night in Miami Public Library. Zachary Ball is
Kelley Masters. His teenage son, Kellej Masters, "jr.. cop-
pec "Seventeen" mag's second prize in fiction Zach's novel
?;.' .. an a 60-day option with Hollywood film moguls .
Theodore Pra'.t warned his audience he lives two miles out of B
Raton on a dead-end road, where aspiring writ) rs clutching n
in their hot and tendei fists can't fird him (They'll probahlv
i up in a trailer camp. too. I can recommend a convenient and
mti estir.jj one; Pratt read aloud his prize winning storv of
1943 .
... As you'll hear shortly, or have already, the first savings
and loan bank to be chartered In Dad* County in 17 years is about
to open in Hialeah. President of the bankCitizens Federal Savings
and Loan Associationis David Stuzin. co-head of the big certified
public accounting firm with W. J. Callahan Stuzin originally
hailed from Monticello, N.Y.. where his brother Nathan is a prac-
ticing dentist .
. International MUSIC HISTORY was made Sunday night
at Jewish Cultural Center when an intrigued audience heard "Peter
and the Wolf" in Yiddish! Idea-girl Mimi Retskin had furtively in-
formed Maurice Carroll. "If it goes over well, we'll admit it was mv
idea. If it doesn't, we'll pretend we don't know who started this
thing. It comes off very amusingly, indeed. Mirthful high-spot
was the Wolf's anguished shriek: ''Gewald! Gewald!"
Natch, it was narrated by an expressive lass fittinglv ramed
Chasr.ke Zamsky. Thomas Armour's dancers bowed, flit a-d step-
ped well to Prokofieff's burlesqued beats Their costumes were
Xtraordinarily deft. In his Dancecrafters group that night were
Donald .F-*ter) Alley, Ilene 'Bird) Bushman. Terry .Gewald Wolf)
Landy. Mary Ethel 'Grandfather) Prather. Daura Rose 'Duck) May
Sa.ly 'Cat) Jenkins, and Hunters Shayna Roser.strauch. Ed.lh
Prague. Diana Sathre .
. Making a prevue appearance that evening, prior to her
debut with the Miami Beach Symphonetta during National Music
Week was Flora Previn. She's tremendous, on spirituals, with a
thrilling bottom register .
FINAL ART MOVIES of the season drew a capacity to Beaumont
Lecture Hall to see Fiiippo del Guidice's early British success
"lawny Pipit' and hear him speak. Of course he's our most re-
nowned celebrity in the field, and Greater Miami, rightfully, has
gone wild with adoration, hoping he'll remain permanently and
produce, here, more of the films which established his world-fam-
ous name One of his best scenes was cut out of this showing,
he said. But "Tawny Pipit" holds up as a fine thing built, incred-
credibiy. upon a frail incident: the hatcir.g of 5 birds eggs .
To my utter astonishment. Del remembered me at once from some-
thing I'd written in this column about him months back. No wonder
be s a top- film producer: the man misses nothing!
... Florence Pick was one of many present there on Sunday-
she reports she's getting invitations out to a very special cocktail
Party at her home for Harold Turk, in two weeks, almost on election
eve.
Meanwhile. THE TOWN'S GIGGLING over the U. of Miami's
journalistic feat by "Hurricane" plotters who dispatched feaiure-ed
Toby Rosenblatt Jo get signed petitions authorizing Use Koch to
run for Student Association secretary! Only 30 of 300 students
spotted Oka plot. Most asked. "Is she Prof. Koch's daughter?"
Others. "What sorority is she in?" Another confessed he hadn't
seen much of this co-ed around the campus ... In her feature.
Toby exolains this Use Koch has s knack in dermatology, in skin-
grafting from humans for lamp-shades Yep, "Tkj Hurricane"
is roaring this week!
Levenson To Head
B'nai B'rith Group
On Sunday ever ing. April 27th.
at 6:30 p.m.. the North Shore
Lodge of E'nai B'rith No. 1744.
will hold its annual installation
Of officers at the Sorrento Hotel.
Officers to be installed include:
.i.nt. George S. Levenson:
lents, David Fenton.
Milton Msnnheimer and Ben
Gre< s n; treasurer, Samuel Wein-
feld: chaplain. Leo Steinman: fi-
nancial secretary, Abe Jay: rc-
._ seen tary, Jack R. Weir;
-ponding secretary. A. J
Kaplan. Morris Union; guardian.
Julius Siegel: and trustees. Abe
Block. Sam Brick. Dr. Benjamin
G. Landau. Melvin Pazol. David
1 Pollack. Melvin J. Richard. Mor-
' ris Roth, Mark Silverstein. Louis
' Sherman. Sam Solloway. Leor.ard
Tobin ar.d Jules Werner.
Judge William L. Pallot will be
installing officer. The committee
in charge comprises Robert Slav-
' in. chairman: Sam Solloway. Jack
R We in. Bcnn Crccson and Al
Stillman,
Flatfler-ranada
Plans Mav Dance
The Third Annual May Dance
to be sponsored by the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter will be held at the Fisher-
man's Wharf, Miami Beach, on
May 24th, at 9:30 p.m.
Most Greater Miami Jewish or-
gan, izat ions have already been
contacted to select their candi-
rate for Queen of the May, ac-
cording to Mrs. Ben Clein and
Mrs. Sidney Stiller. The Queen
will receive a silver loving cup,
a weekend for two at the Saxony
Hotel and a complete wardrobe.
"She will be chosen by popu-
larity vote and not for beauty or
talent," it was reported.
The first contestant to enter is
Arlene Lopatkin, 1780 Marseille
Drive, Miami Beach, who will
represent the Clara Hirsh Landau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women. Currently she is Com-
munity Service chairman and a
member of the Miami Beach
Young Adult Group. She grad-
uated from New Brunswick High
School and the University of Mi-
ami.
Another contestant is Janet
Weil, 2560 SW 22nd Avenue, Mi-
ami, representing the Miami Jun-
I ior Hadassah, where she serves
i as program chairman. She is or-
| iginaiy from Pittsburgh. Pennsyl-
vania, and attended the Univer-
1 sity of Southern California.
ZSSSlAbh.
Good Will Group Meets
The Good Will Group of Great-
er Miami will hold its Board
Meeting on Thursday afternoon.
May 8th. 1 p.m.. at the Beth El
Auditorium. Mrs. Sidney Boen-
miiiT, chairman, will preside.
Shapiro. Zimmerman Engagement Told
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Gloria, to Edgar M. Zimmer-
man, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Harry
Zimmerman, of Chicago, has been
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Is-
rael D. Shapiro, Augusta, Geor-
gia
The granddaughter of Mr. and
Mis. Abe Wallerstein, pioneer Mi- i
amians, the bride-elect was grad- '
uated from Tubman in August?,
and attended Fairmont Casements
Finishing School. Currently a
student al the University of Mi-
ami, where she will receive a BS
degree in Juno. Miss Shapiro is
a member of Delta Psi Onega.
Mr. Zimmerman, brother of
Mrs. Robert O. Bernstein, of Mi-
ami Beach, is a graduate of Riv-
erside Military Academy and the
University of Wisconsin. He serv-
ed as an officer in the Air Force
for three years and belongs to
Phi Sigma Delta.
Arlene Lops*?
Mrs. Sidney Stiller
Heads Flagler Gre
Mrs. Sidney Stiller wasp
ly elected president of the,
en's Group, FJagler-Graiu^
isfc? Community Center.
Other
'ected weal
Mesdtatj
nan Fell
' ice pn
lack C..-.,
espondiq
etary;
Jlan,
ccretarv:
Morton
reasu.-er,
N e w b ti
member n
Mrs. Stiller [he Mesda
Walter Stewart. Alvin Ne
Phil Shiff. Joseph Maslen
Aaron Shapiro. Mrs. Ben
retiring president, atiloma
assumed the < ifice of toad
bcr.
Mrs. Lc .n Bernard. .
chairman, has announced.
plans for a luncheon to be
at Jackie Heller's Dinner
Restauiant on April 29th. at
p.m.
BE SURE AND VOTE MAY I
Miss Gloria Shapiro
Michael Stokols
(liven Scholarship
Michael Stokols, son of Mr. and
! Mrs. Sol Stokols. 2250 SW 9th
Avenue, ha awarded a six-
week piano
scholarship t o
the Sherwood
School of Music
in Chicago. He
will leave for
Chicago on June
eighteenth.
Mid ..el is an
eighth grade
student at Ada
Merritt Junior
High School and
received super-
ior rating rec-
e n 11 y in the
Music Festival sponsored by the
Florida Federation of Music-
Clubs.
T>he JVew
CAMP OSCEOLA
for Boys and Girls
On Mills River and Silver Lake
Horse Shoe, North Carolina
Horseback riding, capable seasoned staff. 3000 ft. elerUal
resident physician and nurse, prirate lake, swimming poi|
all lend and waijr sports. 300 acre campus. Indian Lett.
DIRECTORS: Herbert Silver, B.S., M. Ed.
Belle Segal Silver, B.A., LL
7536 Buccaneer Avenue, Miami Beach 41, Fla
A Few Vacancies Left Telephone MM
Stokols
BE SURE AND VOTE MAY 6th.
RESERVE NOW
EUROPE
IN 1952
FARR
Travel Service
2315 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-5327
6638 Collins Avenue
Phone 86-1472
BARBECUE
Sunday. April 27th. 5 pm
2298 S.W 27th Terrace
Dancing to
HILL BILLY BAND
Entertainment
Adult. 9BP ,0 tne ''"'"ie
Adul" ,50 Ch.la.en 1,00
Proceeds to
Beth David Siiterhood
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SUNSHINE FASHIONS
rej. U.S. pat. off.
Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale West Palm Bw|
2 7 STORY
FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED
WAREHOUSES
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ALSO
SILVER & RUG VAULTS
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LOCAL HAULING lc PACKING
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THE M1DDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA^
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)AY, APRIL 25, 1952
j*&ikU*Mi
Personally Speaking
j Mr. and Mrs. Max Rudo and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rudo of
limore, Maryland, have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs I
Ihapoff. 318 SW 28th Road. and Mrs" \
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Mrs. Julius Baida of 3545 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, is leavina
Dallas Texas with her son David, to join her husband, Stafi
geant Julius Baida, of the United States Marine CorDs Ser
bit Baida is a veteran of World War II '
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rodde Cohen, nephew and niece of Mr
[ Mrs. Herbert Sher, 2111 SW 21st Terrace, are visiting here
,i Louisville, Kentucky, and are guests at the Shore Club
tel, Miami Beach. Also vacationing here from Louisville are
and Mrs. Donald Dornstein, guests at the Delano and rela-
of the Shers.
* *
Sandra Rubin, of 6465 Pinetree Drive Circle, Miami Beach,
kbrated her fifth birthday with a lawn party at home last Sat-
by. Classmates of the Abbot Gardens Private School at-
fled with their parents.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Sterling, of 3545 SW 3rd Avenue,
kmi, celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary on the night
foe first seder, last April 9th. Immediate family attended a
her at the Roxy Hotel.
* *
Rabbi Solomon Machtey, father of Rabbi S. M. Machtei,
Iby train Wednesday morning for his home in Yonkers, New
k, following his annual winter vacation here.
(iii *
J Dr. and Mrs- Cheplan, of 2931 Sheridan Avenue, Miami
Ich, announce the birth of a son. The briss took place on Sun-
V, April 13th, irf their home, with Reverend Abraham Seif of-
riating.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Lowenthal, of 4535 North Michigan
Lnue, Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Friedman,
tiagers of the Royal York Hotel, sail today on the New Am-
dam for a two-month tour through Europe.
* + *
Mme. Sholem Asch and her daughter, of London, England,
d at a Miami Beach party last Saturday night, leave for Eur-
and Israel shortly.
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Hazel C. Miller
Hazel Miller lias
Mitzvah Tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, of
2945 SW 27th Terrace, announce
the Bas Mitzvah of their daughter,
Hazel Carmi, tonight, 8 p.m., at
the Israelite Center.
The celebration will be held in
conjunction with Junior Congre-
gation services scheduled by the
Center.
The Bas Mitzvah attends the
Silver Bluff Elementary School
and the Israelite Center Hebrew
School. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. H. Miller and Mr a.nd Mrs.
I. S. Shapoff, of Miami. A recep-
tional in her honor will follow the i
ceremony at home
Shirley Alperslcin
Chooses June 15th
Mrs Lena Alpcrstein, of 7130
Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach,
announces the engagement of her
daughter, Shirley, to Leonard E.
sterling, son of Mrs. Bertha
bterling. of San Antonio, Texas
The b r 1 de-elect attended
schools in Chicago and North-
western University. She is a for-
mer secretary of the Chicago
Club of Miami.
Mr. Sterling attended schools
in Chicago and is a graduate of
rorthwestern University. Dur-
ing World War II, he served with
the Army Air Force in Brazil
The couple plan to be married
or, June 15th, in San Antonio,
where they will reside.
Beth David Sisters
Hold Barbecue Sunday
Mrs. Rebeccah Castle ar.d Mrs.
Sidney Daniels are sponsoring a
Gala Barbecue at Mrs. Castle's
home. 2298 SW 27th Terrace, on
Sunday. April 27th, at 5 p.m. All
proceeds will go to the Beth
David Sisterhood. Several hun-
dred members are expected to
attend the affair. A hillbilly band
will provide dance music.
Miss Shirley Alperstein
GO TO THE POLLS, AND
VOTE MAY 6th.
Circle I- Dude Ranch Camp
A HOLIDAY CAMP FOR BOYS GIRLS FROM 6 TO 16
ON SUNSET LAKE, LAKE WALES. FLORIDA
3 Weeks of Holiday Fun and Adventure June 22nd to August 16th
Horsemanship Aquatics Arts, Crafts Sports
Dr. Donald D. M'chelson, Local Representative, 48-2431
ling Formal?
Formal Wear
|that is freshly
leaned, smartly
Ittyled, properly I
|f>tted.
Complete outfits!
{Including shoes.
PHONE 48-2084
[NIVERSITY
MEN'S SHOP
Ponce De Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables
JGUST BROS KV7
la-'thc lit si f
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Mrs. Jack Klinger, president of
the North Shore Jewish Canter
Sisterhood, will give greetings
during late Friday evening ser-
vices of the Center, 620 75th
Street, tonight at 8:15 p.m.
:or A Splendid Summer ...
A Spacious Cabana at the
OWN & BEACH CLUB
LINCOLN ROAD. ON THE OCEAN
The Beach's Most Modern
Cabana Club
Large Tiled Swimming Pool
Steam Room Swedish Massage
Snack Bar and Restaurant
Private Showers and Lockers
i+...
FOR CABANA RATES CALL 58-7243
REGINALD A. DOEL, MGR.
Cantor
CHASKELE RITTER
says:
"My favorite coffee for the
Sabbath and every day is
new Instant Maxwell House
with its finer, richer flavor."
Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny
'FLAVOR BUDS' of real coffee... ready to burst
instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE flavor!
Enjoy this new coffee discovery that's
utterly unlike old-style "instants"
just as quick, yet it's as delicious as the
best brew you ever made.
Nowwithout cookingserve this
"Sabbath Coffee" every day. Just add
hot water and the "Flavor Buds"
miraculously "come to life" in your cup-
bringing you instantly, without muss or fuss,
the finest cup of coffee you ever tasted!

A ProH.ict of
G.n.ral f oodi
PS.
* wF And Mrs. Ritter says new Instant
Maxwell House is her choice, too
especially for economy. She figures
she saves at least 25c compared to a
pound of old-fashioned ground coffee.
THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT
GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-DROP FLAVOR!
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..DAY, APRIL 25. 1952
letter To Head
itottish Masons
Q)aniel Neal Heller has been
elected presi-
dent to succeed
Jack J. Combs
of the Hi-Rite
Class of the
Scottish Rite
Masons, 3 2nd
degree.
Other offi-
cers announced
late last week
are Julian I.
Heller Wcinkle, vice
president; Mur-
iv ii. Sheldon, secretary; David
i Gordon, treasurer; and Alonzo
pig, orator.
member of hibiscus Masonic
|d] Heller is also a member
Main lemple of the Shrine.
|e newly elected president is
Bve in civic work and was
tciitly elected commander of
Miami Beach Post No. 330,
vjsh War Veterans. He has
^ served as a member of the
aid of Directors, Miami Beach
amber of Commerce.
Obituaries
PAGE 9A
-k ,-- l8I*AEL PEARL
55 ?.r.-.1.d!..w>'ntoii Avenue, did
ahu Bwlraky officiating. Interment
wns on Mount Blnal Cemetery. """*]
.., MORRIS COHEN
... of ihi., Euclid Avenue, died in
Beach hospital on Tuesday. A rest,
dent here for the past 11 yeari. hell
wrylved by ins wife, Doii* one ion"
laadore, and three daughters, Frieda
Barafa and Dorothy. Mr. Cohen also
leaves a brother. Services were "ii
Wednesday al th.- Miami Beach RIv-
'<>''< with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
officiating. Remains were sen) to Ni w
Yin It ( nv for interment.
tuesdau Review
[loses Series
7ith Luneheon
ladassah's Cultural Project,
Tuesday Review, will close
Bi ries of book reviews with an
ma! Social Luncheon at the
my Hotel, on Tuesday, April
h. 12 p.m.
commemoration of the
prti Anrtiversary of the State
[Israel. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
review the novel. Quiet
eet. by Zelda Popkin.
Reservation for the luncheon
1 in charge of the Mesdames Z.
Sabshin, J. Gould and I. Al-
[z.
Irs S. H. Leslie, chairman and
inizer of the book review
|(>. and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
be honored at the afternoon
CLEMENT GOODMAN
SB, of 200 Camplna Court, Coral Gab-
les, died on Monday In a local hos-
pital. He has been a resident hero
i.il'u .' 4?.8t 'V.1 ">" '""lim: from
i hiiiui.a|.hia. Mr. Goodman Is sur-
vived "By his wife, Services were
yesterday in Philadelphia, with ar-
Mife>eiiiH iii charge <>r the Beach
Memorial Chapel.
Irs. Jack Swerdlin is overall
nnan.
DAVID SIMON
7ft of 17;::, bw mm Btreet, .li.-.i last
Friday al home. A resident here for
the past 12 years, be la survived b)
hlH wire. Ida, one sen an.l three
daughters. Bervlcea were on Sunday
at the Gordon Kimeral Hume, wilii
interment on .Mount Blnal Cemetery,
ll>.\ GROSSMAN ADES
76. of 1380 8W L'^'nii Terrace, passed
away on April l!Mh, In a local hos-
pital, sin. is .survived !>> her daugh-
ter, t.ertrude, and two grandsons,
Lawrence and Allan. Remains were
sent to Louisville, Kentucky, for serv-
ices and interment lie "The Miami
Riverside".
DORA SCHWARTZ
<>. of 186 NW i'Bth Avenue, passed
away on April lTth, at her residence.
She is survived l.y her daughter,
LtOby, one brother, Morris, and a
winter, Pauline, Remains were sent to
Hrooklyn. New York, for s. ivi.es and
aAsTayorSao?7heChTow0fof0 B^Harbor ^^o'lhl^S,"^ V? ^ WL S" "* ^'^
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Citizens Federal
To Open Here
Hailed as the first Federal sav-
ings and loan institution to be
chartered in Dade County in 17
years, the Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association will
open in Hialeah within a few
weeks, its founders reported this
week.
Recorded as Number 1887, in
the United States, the bank will
be located in the building pres-
ently under construction at 198
East Hialeah Drive, and will serv-
ice Hialeah, Miami Springs and
the rapidly growing Greater Mi-
ami area.
Chartered by the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board, the bank and
its deposits will be insured up to
$10,000 with the Federal Savings
and Loan Association Insurance
itnioKi.wi. .Mew I nrk, for services and r- ----. ----- .^1.
___interment by Th.. Miami Riverside" ^-O'Poiation, an instrumentality
of the United States Government.
The bank's 10-man board of
Steel Products, Incorporated;
Harry Schwartz, Hialeah mer-
chant, manufacturer and realtor;
and Pallot, attorney and civic
leader who will serve as the
bank's general counsel.
Containing 1,800 square feet,
the bank will be air-conditioned
and fireproof, with terrazzo
floors, accoustical tiled ceiling on
concrete joists, circular entrance
with concrete fins, glass brick
sidelights and paneling, fluores-
cent slim line lighting and con-
crete roof.
Appointed as bank tellers are
June Ledford and Marwin S. Cas-
sel.
Stuzin formed the firm, Calla-
han and Stuzin, certified public
accountants, in 1943. He is a
past president of Dade County
Society of Certified Public Ac-
countants, a former official, Mi-
ami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, recently a vice president
of Sholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
and member of American Insti-
___-lilted rh..- .)
Star Chapter
Meets Wednesday
_ Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold its next
regular meeting at the home of
Miss Una Pollack, 1447 SW 7th
Street. Miami, on Wednesdav,
April 30th, at 8 p.m.
Election of officers for the com-
ing six months will be held. A
calendar of activities for the next
two months will also be prepared
and will include a fund-raising
project, a joint Installation-Moth-
ers' Day program and plans for
the forthcoming District No. 5
BBYW Convention scheduled
here during the latter part of
June.
directors met this week to elect jtute of Accountants. He was sec
the following officers: president,! retary-treasurcr, Florida Insti
,David Stuzin; vice presidents, '
,Leo Adeeb, S. F. Danels, E. Al-
I bert Pallot and Wallace G. Led-
ford; and secretary-treasurer, W.
J. Callahan.
Comprising the %oard of di-
rectors arc Leo Adeeb, wiedly-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants.
Making his home in Coral Gab-
les, he was a director of the*f>rig-
inal YMHA, and prominent in ac-
tivities of Temple Israel and its
Men's Club. The Stuzins' two
known Florida automobile deal- children are Charles, 10, and
er; Callahan and Stuzin, heads i Judith, 7, pupils at Coral Gables
of their firm of certified public j Elementary school,
accountants; Ben Cooper, pioneer
developer of Kent Estates, Kent
Properties, Incorporated, and di-
rector ot Miami Springs Insur-
ance Agency; S. F. Danels, long-
time leading building contractor;
Otis Dunan, founder of Dunan
Brick Yards, Incorporated, and
pioneer in the Florida field; Wal-
lace G. Ledford, Hialeah tax as-
sessor and former chairman of the
Hialeah zoning board; W. J. Moss,
Jr., general manager, Bushnell
Continue Music Talks
At Spinoza Forum,
Joseph Mooney, musical direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Commun-
ity Center, will continue his talks
on Music Appreciation tomorrow
afternoon, 3:30 p.m., at the Spi-
noza Outdoor Forum on the lawn
of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, 11th Street and Ocean
Court, Miami Beach.
H.", ,?nd Ma'cia Blacker rehearsing for the forthcoming Filh-
biuaios Dance Show to be held in the Dade County Auditor-
"Af- y' May 2lld' at 8:30 P-m* The 9th annual aar. with
rithian as choreographer, will include ballet variations from
sous lovj songs, tap dances, an original ballet entitled. Love
9. and a production based on Arthur Godfrey's song. Dance Me
[se. Roberta Carter will bs orime ballerina, and Gabriel Heatter
appear as special guest. Among those in the cast are Phyllis
I Larry Gotlieb. Cynthia Kaye. Shvrria Grossinger. Marlyn
i "n9'i. J.an Ste'nhardt, Annlee Friedman, Rachele Woolfe.
is Bcbel, Ronald Ratner. Karen Schwartz, Marion Levir.e.
prey Levinson, Barbara Gi _>en ward. Bobie Sue Goldberg. Ellen
|mck and Marylin Solomon.
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Buffets Garden Parties
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CONSTABLE DISTRICT NO. 2
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111s PLATFORM:
Tour Constable will bs or call 21 hours
each day. This will overcome the con-
dition that now exists in your Con-
stable's office.
Will provide a radio equipped car for
the convenience and protection1 of the
people of his District. There is no su;h
equipment now.
e \\ il !' .n constant s*uard aaftinsl si \
offenders endangering our children and
will strike al Indecent clubs and plae< -
ntertajnmenl attracting the crlm-
.'.-1:1.111. Existing conditions make
it unsafe at times for mothers and
children to walk on the streets in
certain areas of the Second District.
Efficient, honest, iber and court)
si \ ice will in- > ours by
ni-
Electing John C. (Johnny) Johnson Constable District No. 2
PULL LEVER 34.A "All the way with Johnny J" |
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Zionist Groups
Merge; Dr. Lytten
Heeds District
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Re-gior:
- Jimmy Edelstein. Fre-d Jon-
and I.v Abrsmowitz. Miami
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I or in \pw Youth
droop Here
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Reg
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is the i
care of her. We ^d Sr.irlev Denmark.
now. She must **rE^JSSFZmlL
lultured and reared day night Oneg Srabbat will be
Jj*. turitj" held tonight. 8:45 p^t at the
Mrs L. J. McCaffery. of the home of Leonara Snyderman,
rfjan Palestin 2736 SW 3rd Avenue. Miami.
ittee, who recently toured
. detailed report on ftq|j|^5 LodCie
- &X Names Chairmen
I .- youth to mature and p,esidcnt m&T Miller, of Cor-
".-:: "2 of trifIr felf: al Gables Lodge. Bnai B'rith. has
Jewish work comes imed co*,^^ cha,rmen
'.: m active Zicnist workers. Is- frT,-,_-
_- 'sufficient
for 1952-53 to engage in a corn-
Mark Lakin. son of Mr. I
Mrs. Silas Lakin. was Bui
Tab Ust Saturday mona^
Tifeioth Israel Norlknd(
tor. Mark addressed lbe (
gregalion. ard ReTtrtlj
George Goldberg.
leader, responded. A
followed the services. Tail
MitaTah is a ;hiu.>nl althtCaj
ter Hebrew School and I
Little River Junior
Jkfaur.ce Klein
Kehoe Opposes
Consolidation
At :_-. f i '-
rally Ej am I W K
:' : C
Ki .....
w ,
ag bel 0 i
: ; I :..: avail- *;.-
Dean Rcscoe Speaks xt.^ i a I n remain-
:-. lK.Fmk.chau i I number ol
E en shouldn't k f con-
a Out .-.-.-.
. .". R ere are ings. 1 rial
ry of Mi would have to be furnish)
the n the area i .- At: .- :
in the | expect 1 u
1 _________ ..-:- r.fa: f'jt.:- "_________________ire County Solicitor____________
or m-ue *"j>";^ xuritv wide program of service. =^
She needi technological skill ana ., J announced last week* Scho'
efficient school system He .... ,.__. .. I
:- -- c:ea: fear of Is- As the oldest Jewish service wa|
theocracy. -The organization in America, we feel B^t -n .
- Ic-ael can it is our moral obligation to con-;stein. Proe ..... a", "^H
tir.ue tre humanitarian work car- Theodore W ., r:: Hospitaltji
- .;--.-.::, ried on by B'nai B'rith men and Sur. ^TfSl
" va> -Jl-g-on --d women since 1843." Miller stated. U tl a, W Heckler; C*
in making public the names of at.ng. Jei n Aielrr.an.
hairmao. "These men will Jtainment. Fred Sana.er.
- a varied program of serv- Raisir.g and Memtersruv
ice to Jewry abroad and to men. Haskoe: M sag
women and vouth in our own'Irvin Sirku ?tl0D,.
cot rr. unity.- |Barkn:ar.:
7 [ seven Committees ranked | Jacobson.
I qual importance by the
VOTERS!
SEN. BUNN
GAUT1ER
is Protecting
Your Home-
stead Exemp-
tion!
His opponent adwjj
free tax ride tor tour**
non-citizens at your I
Re-elect R. B. (BunJ|
GAUTlEt!
State Senator
pven Yoath. Sol Stokols; and Blood
lion is not 3anj! uv Friedman
I
Other Comrr.ittee chairmen are: "
THE MAN
FOR THE JOB
Former U.S.
Congressman
21 Years A Dade
County Attorney
U. ol M Law
School. 1931
Compare The
Backgrounds!
ILICT-
Shown abore U the Beth Darid Student Choir recently organised under ihe direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstog. The Choir assists regularly at late Friday evening services. Left to right are Stanley
Goldstein. --Try Shevin. Fred Fleischman. Alan Rose. Phyllis Deich. Elaine Donnerstag. Judilh
Eaksi. Rale Handshu. Ida Faske. Helen Goldstein. Janet Rosenberg. Lois Groh. Rita Laden and Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag.
CIRCUIT JUDGE Group


arfXttiL'"*^---
^M&htim
loKpital Group
|as Installation
Wans [or the Annual Installa-
Luncheon of the Women's
Uliary. Mount Sinai Hospital,
I now being formulated.
jrs Monte Selig, president,
bead a business meeting ard
cer election scheduled for Fri-
day 9th, 11 a.m., at the Mon-
Hotel. Luncheon will toe
[, t 12 o'clock, followed by
;,! noon's program.
Irg, Louis Glasser, chairman of
affair, has appointed the foi-
ling to assist her: hospitality,
in Fair; tickets, Mrs.
mp Lefkowitz, Mrs. Robert
ten. Mrs, Max Dreyer and Mrs.
Cy piatoff; r.otices, Mrs. Mor-
j Goldin; program, Mrs. Doro-
Fink; publicity, Mrs. Jean C.
man: and floral decorations,
I Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Max
Isberg.
(is. David Bass, chairman of
Shop, will have a booth to
Day various articles made by
[sewing group and sold in the
shop
ii( w technique in due collec-
will be used this year, Mrs.
fcser said. Bills will be sent out
bre the May 9th meeting, and
Maxwell Hyman will be in
tge of a booth where member-
dues may be paid during the
Ichcon.
he invocation wiljt be given by
Ibi Leon Kronisll. Mrs. feying
Irnian will install the neWoffi-
PAGE 11A
ibles Sisters
tld Hazaar
J Country Fair and Bazaar will
Iponsored by the Coral Gables
fish Center Sisterhood on Sat-
av (\cning and ^Sunday, Ap-
86th and 27th, at the Center,
fas announced early this week
|adye Kline, publicity chair-
Dths featuring household ar-
\s. toys and personal items
be on display. Food will al-
I : ved during both Fair
ions.
airmen of the event are Mrs.
fchell A. Miller, William H.
and Raymond Citron. Pro-
fs are mimarked for the Cen-
Builciing Fund.
ihim'ii's Leader
dorses Singer
ks, Dorothea Cornfield, form-
esident of the Miami Junior
ncn's Club and director of
Women's Division, Miami
pber of Commerce, in a state-
here, said:
carefully studied the
plications of all the car.di-
for constable in District
[3, nu without hesitation, I
ndorse M. M. Singer."
pg( r .stands for all the con-
ssary to a progressive
hunity, Mrs. Cornfield said.
I record here speaks for it-
&" 1 1 v. hAS com,n9 Wednesday of Israel's fourth anrJversary will take into account lha his-
Ha ,. wl* American Jews have played tfcjugh the United Jewish Appeal in the upbuilding
and settlement of the new Jewish State. Through th9 UJA, American J,ws in the last four year!
have made possible the rescue and the movement to Israel of more than 700,000 homeless Jewslike
st^rT 3n ,Ii^.i hBIe tls?1Jmade Possible for the UJA to finance the construction of 288
agricultural E3tilements. the building of at least 125.000 housing units, the development of large
scale irrigation schemes and the rehabilitation of many thousands of aged, sick and disabled new-
comers. The men and women shown here will celebrara Israel's 4th birthday in joy and in freedom
and in thanks to American Jews and the Unitjd Jewish Appeal for giving them the chance to
live in dignity. As Israel enters the fifth year of its statehood and independence. American Jews
must redouble their support of the UJA to help the new State achieve the hardest of all freedoms
economic freedom. ____________ (Artmore Studk
Jacobson Show
On Sunday
The Bombay Hotel, Miami
Beach, will present the newest
work of Charles R. Jacobson,
Florida's non-objective artist, in
a special two-week showing open-
ing Sunday, April 27th.
The informal art show will be-
gin with a cocktail prevue a- :j
p.m. The show will be held in
the Bombay's Main Corridor.
On view will be Jacobson's
newest canvases in a premiere
public appearance, including his
work Flame, which depicts con-
stant-motion play of irridescent
burs. Also on display will be his
prize-winning painting for which
he received an honorable mention
in the recent International Terry
Art Institute Exhibit.
Patrons of the show will be
several Greater Miamians. They
include Bernard M. Saunders, Dr.
Leo S. Wool, Dr. David Kirsh,
Bernard Goodman, Maurice Pav-
low, Raymond Nathan, Arthur
Shandlotf, Morris Hertzon, Al-
bert Hoffman, Twila Holzmer,
Helen Alpert, Arthur Griffith and
Mai Marshall.
tllos)
Views Psychology
And Religion
Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spirit-
ual leader of the Kneseth Israel
Congregation, will discuss psy-
chology and religion on Harold
j Shapiro's radio program. People's
i Problems, Sunday afternoon,
I April 27th, 1:15 p.m., over station
: WINZ.
To Be Guest Speaker
Irving Sperling, former presi-
dent of the Israelite Center, will
he guest speaker1 Sunday morn-
ing, 11 a.m., on Simon Seiden's
Jewish Forum of the Air over
station WFEC.
Louise Chapter
Sees Skit
Television Repair Man, is the
title of a skit which will be pre-
sented at the next general meet-
ing of the Louise Chapter, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, on Mon-
day afternoon, April 28th, 1 p.m.,
in the Shelborne Hotel.
Under the auspices of the CL-
SA, the skit will underscore the
problems of immigration and
their importance to the commun-
ity. Featured players will be
the Mesdames W. Reimer, I.
Weirstein, R. Meade. B. Winokcr,
H. Balaban and F. Glickman.
The annual election of officers
of the Louise Chapter will also
take place at that time.
Zionist Youth To
Pieh New headers
Election of officers for the com-
ing year will take place at the
monthly meeting of the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth Commission,
announced S- A. Goodman, chair-
man of the Commission.
The meeting will take place
Monday, April 28th, 8 p.m.. at
the home of Mrs. Bertram Miller,
5493 North Bay Road, Miami
Beach.
Reports will be given by Sy
Friedman, director of the office,
who has just returned from an
extensive field trip throughout
the state of Florida: Mrs. Sey-
mour B. Leibman, chairman of
the Camp Scholarship Commit-
tee; and from representatives of
Young Judaea, IZFA and Junior
Hadassah, youth groups sponsored
by the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
Junior Hadassah
nance Sunday
On Sunday, April 27th, at 9
p.m., in the Driftwood Room of
the Nautilus Hotel, the Miami
Beach unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold a post-holiday dance.
Miss Sherry Kramer, chairman,
reports that the members of the
unit will be joint hostesses of the
affair. Proceeds will be used for
the support of Meier Shfeyah,
children's village in Israel, which
is solely supported by the Junior
Hadassah in the United States.
Mted Cross Service
Seen As Part
Of Holiday
Churches and synagogues
throughout Dade County were
urged to appeal to their congre-
gations during the Holidays for
support of the 1952 Red Cross
Fund Campaign, according to
Reverend S. H. Davies, president
of the Greater Miami Ministerial
Association.
In a meeting with members of
the Ministerial Association, Rev-
erend Davies, pastor of Grace
Methodist Church, said, -For
most people this season of tl:c
year brought to mind religious
matters and especially principles
involved in religious beliefs. Cer-
tainly if the Holidays meant any-
thing at all, their center of in-
ton st must have been seen in the
one word Service.
"Synonymous with Service is
the sign Red Cross, lor Red Cross
is neighborliness translated in
terms of service among neigh-
bors.-'
Reverend Davies pointed out
that the local Red Cross Fund
Campaign quota had been in-
creased by $15,000 in order that
people of Dade County could do
their share in meeting the needs
of the thousands of victims of the
recent disastrous tornadoes that
effected eight southern states.
The total goal is $274,952, of
which 87 per cent has already
been reported.
MORTON L.
PERRY
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
DISTRICT No. 3
Attorney-Veteran-Qualified
Graduate U. of M.
Law School
Served 40 months activ duty j
overseas service. Pacific The-"
atre. U.S. Army Air Force,
Pacific Theatre. Member Fla.
Bar, Dade County Bar. Pres.
Iraac Levin Lodge No. 1709 of
B'nai B'rith Mem. Beth David
Men's Club, Phi Epsilon Pi
Alumn: Association.
PULL for PERRY
LEVEP 32-E
(IM. Pol. Adv.)
\ William H. Lee (left), president of th? DcbOM* <^fup *
fssah. and Mrs. L. E. Lubin. chairman of an HMO brunch
last Tuesday at the Sh'Mborne Hotel. Part of the affair in-
ma individual gatherings by Deborah members to collect
tor Hadassah's Medical Organisation. Hostesses included
[Mesdames Leo Tiscler, Louis Grosman. Gerald Zarowitx.
PardI Friedland. Philip Gieenberg, Milton Mailer. Samuel
" C P. Pike. Maurice Rich. David Marder. Harvey Solomon
m Kogan, Edward Cohen. Irving Cypen. L. E. Lubm. Murry
nn. Sam Grossman. Morris Sokalik and Gladys Kaplan.
ELECT
GRANT ST0CKDALE
"'Everybody's Commissioner"
I WANT TO SINCERELY THANK MANY OF MY FRIENDS
FOR THEIR HELP IN THIS ELECTION.
PAUL A. GALBUT
LEVER 25-B
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
lilhllilX
NOW
until Nov. 1st
Private Beach
Swimming Pool
Telephones
Hot and Cold
Showers
Popular Priced
Coffee Shop
Deluxe Dining Room
FROM $300
For Information .
Phone Cabana Mgr. 58-7831
DELANO
hotel
On The Ocean at 17th StreC.
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured than riches."
P'Oi'erb:
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME -
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THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES

For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
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Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
one for other gratefu'
families
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
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FLORIDA.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25. 1952
SEC. E
During The Week ... \* i see it
By LEO MINDLIN
teal Campaign
res Into Final
ises Here
n 000 has been collected to
the 1952 Combined Jew-
hpeal. it was reported last
[by Campaigne Chairman
jpinkle. .. .
Jthe Metropolitan Division
the firal phase of the cam-
efforts are being made to
t all contributors and to
maximum pledges so that
agencies and loc.el institu-
|can continue to function
the coming year, it was
ad here. .
332 pledges, equivalent to
... re added to the cam-
total bv workers in the
(divisions between the pe-
lf April 7th through 15th.
in that week, amounting
(875. were secured in the
I).vision headed by CO-
n Aaron Kanner and Wil-
i. Singer. Gifts totalling
than S2.000 in each unit
[reported by Metropolitan,
Youth and Miscellaneous
this period,
opolitan Chairman, Fred
dc h< t has met with all area
lien to plan a report social
pnnination of the current
jp campaign. It is expected
be Coral Gables area will
the highest area totals of
kmpaign. This geographic
is headed by Naphtail A.
1\-ms: Squad composed of 60
Ins of numerous past cam-
is being organized by
in Shochet with the as-
|e of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Ii-
laal. Ben Clein, Jimmy Ko-
lit. William Kneapler, Mrs.
Inin Miller and Mrs. Louis
Vsky. This group will go
Iction during the next two
in a concentrated drive to
[the final life-giving pledg-
Ich have been outstanding
ese volunteers are the men
?omen who, each year, de-
|ne Miami's position in the
welfare picture," Chair-
IShochet stated. "Through
[inspired leadership, many
nkers are participating in
pa i paign each year and
i their efforts and gifts,
re directly resposible for
lives in Israel and for sus-
our national and local In-
ns. I know that Greater
is grateful to them and
fish to share this world and
|umty responsibility," he
Pepper To Address
Beach Lodge Affair
Calude D. Pepper, fomer Unit-
ed States Senator, will be fea-
tured speaker at the Sixth An-
nual Installation Banquet of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to
be held at the Saxony Hotel, Sun-
day evening, April 27th, at 6:30
o'clock.
Pepper will discuss the current
political scene.
The newly elected officers in-
clude George J. Taliar.off, presi-
dent; Gilbert J Balkin, Jules P.
Channing, Jack J. Gold, and Bar-
nett Beckerman, vice presidents;
Gershon S. Miller, recording sec-
retary; Irving Schatzman, treas-
urer; Samuel Stein, financial sec-
etary; Samuel W. Shapiro, moni-
tor; Meyer Teigman, assistant
monitor; Daniel M. Broad, war-
den; Sol S Goldstrom, guardian;
trustees, Walter C Kovner, God-
frey K. Newman, Harold Turk,
Jack August, George J. Bertman,
Joseph A. Kogos, Harry Zuker-
nick, Paul Seiderman and Sam A.
Goldstein.
In charge of the affair are God-
frey K. Newman, Jack J. Gold
and Barnett Beckerman.
Eugene lleiman
Commissioned
Eugene Heiman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423 East Rivo
Alto Drive, Miami Beach, recent-
ly graduated from Officers' Can-
didate School, Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Heiman received a commission
as Second Lieutenant. He was
first in his flight and in the top 5
per cent group of a class of some
300 candidates.
Doctors Convene
Here For Study
Of Cancer
Doctors from Florida and Cuba
arrived in Miami on Monday
to hear seven outstanding scient-
ists in the field of cancer re-
search, detection and control.
The scientists are guest lectur-
ers at the first seminar on cancer
cytology which will close here
today, and which has been under
the auspices of the Dade County
Cancer Institute. Sessions were
in the auditorium of Jackson Me-
morial Hospital's new wing and
in Memorial Hall at Jackson. Dr.
Carlos P. Lamar has been chair-
man of the five-day cancer cytol-
ogy school open to doctors of
medicine only.
Visiting lecturers were Dr. Lyn-
don E. Lee, Jr., director of the
Cancer Control Division, Depart-
ment of Health. San Juan, Puerto
Rico; Dr. James Hillier, of the
David Sarnoff Research Center
of RCA, at Princeton, New Jer-
sey; and Lt. John T. Rogers, MC,
USNR, St. Albans. New York.
Dr. Joseph K. Cline discussed
the relationship of some biochem-
ical and nutritional factors to
malignancy. He is director of
cancer research at the Medical
College of Alabama.
Dr. John E. Dunn, chief of the
field investigation section of the
National Cancer Institute's Con-
trol Branch in Bethesda, Mary-
land, spoke on Cytology In Popu-
lation Screening For Cancer.
The remaining two lecturers
were Dr. Edgar R. Pund, pro-
fessor of pathology. Medical Col-
lege of Georgia, at Augusta, and
Dr. F. Bayard Carter, head of the
Obstetrics and Gynecology De-
partment, at Duke University's
School of Medicine, Durham,
North Carolina
These scientists and some 30
I stood on the grounds of the Jewish Home for the Aged last
Sunday. Maurice Pearlstein, executive director of the Home, had
invited attorneys and accountants of the Greater Miami area to an
open house.
I was taken on a brief tour of the facilities. Some? thirty led-
rooms compose the Home's present sleeping quarters. In a numier
of rooms, I saw aged people during their afternoon naps. One wom-
an lay wide-eyed, her hoilow cheeks towering above an open mouth
that gasped for breath.
The concentration of age and weariness about me. coupled
with th= woman's pathetic face, inadvertently stimulated images
in my mind of Europe's recent Jewish victims. But from behind
on the lawn, there came thrs reassuring sounds of happy voices in
conversation. Many of the Home's well-groomed residents sat in
rockers or walked in small companies among palm trees dotting
an immense lawn.
In the kitchen, I saw a spotless, orderly cooking and sterilizing
unit, and in the dining room was a sea of set tables reminiscent of
Lany restaurant during the late afternoon's lull hours.
Mrs. Jennie Grossingcr caught my arm. She insisted I must
meet one of the residents. She walked toward a rocker where a
blind woman sat in rapid and joyous conversation.
"I knew here when she was unkempt," Mrs. Grossirger said.
"She would toddle through the streets, selling pencils. Her aim
was to collect enough money to help the unfortunate."
The woman caught my hand with an amazing degree of
strength when we were introduced. Speaking in Yiddish, she
wished us health and good fortune and proceeded to banter about
a nun-.L'.r of gentleman companions, who had, of lets, been show-
ing her marked attention. Her sightless eyes, magnified by the
lenses cf a pair of useless, wire spectacles, laughted as she des-
cribed the difficulty of an impending choice regarding marriage.
We moved slowly away. "She was so unkempt," Mrs. Gross-
ingcr repeated, "selling her pencils for unfortunate ones. See how
she shines now."
?
Pearlstein explained the function of the gathering was to sen-
sitize attorneys here to the fact that Miami residents may provide
for Home endowments and bequests in their wills. Uppermost in
my mind at the moment, however, was a problem of which I have
taken little notice.
Miami's innate character has attracted a population segment
whose chronological age predominantly favors older groups, lt was
not so many years ago that young persons living here were suspect-
ed of harboring secret, physical maladies; indeed, it was unthink-
able that anyone in the prime of existence should deliberately
choose to make his home in Miami. Thus, even if by unreasonable
circumstance, the frontier area filled with the aged and disabled.
Apart from the major misfortune resulting from such a situ-
ation, one which revolves about the failure of vibrant cultural and
industrial growth to stem from those long past creative years,
there also arise the psychological problems peculiar to an essential-
ly sterile society. Within the group a.'a engendered pressures
caused by loneliness and isolation. The visible lack of integration
into what is commonly if without definition called Americanism,
juxtaposed against rigid identification with archaic European
mannerisms, tends to underscore sucn isolation rather chronically.
The influx here by youthful elements following the war has
even further narrowed communicative possibilities between the
and aged and infirm and their less mature counterparts. Thus, without
*' have turned inward on them-
[Jesse L. Simon, who form-
practiced Oplomeiery at
|- 15th Street, Miami Baach,
recently recalled to active
with the Air Force at
Field. South Carolina,
re he is the Base Optomet-
Jfficer. Lieutenant Simon
e youngjst ton of Mr. and
Morris Simon, of Miami.
|was graduated from Miami
ch High School and attend-
l>he University of Florida.
>re he was a member of
-ambda Phi Fraternity. He
Ihis graduate work at North-
Illinois College of Optom-
nd received his degree
doctor of Optometry there.
Lou's Heiman pirs Second
Lieutenant's bars on the should-
er of his son, Eugene.
In the service for the past 17
months, Lieutenant Heiman who
is a native Miamian, attended the
University of North Carolina and
the University of Miami Law
School. After spending a 15-day
furlough here, he and Mrs. Hei-
i man, the former Barbara Gradin-
I ger, returned to San Antonio.
i Lieutenant Heiman will be sta-
itioned at the Lackland Base there.
Unai II"ritIi
Leaders Talk
Two local community addresses
were delivered by Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'r.ai Bnth offic-
ials during the preceding week, it
has been announced by Gilbert
J. Balkin, Florida ADL director.
Alexander F. Miller, of Atlan-
ta. Director of the ADL Southern
Office, lectured before the class
in Action Programs, Department
of Human Relations, University
of Miami, on April 18th. Miller
discussed the League's handling
of specific situations and inci-
dents involving intergroup ten-
sions. .. x> ,
On April 19th, Gilbert J. Bal-
kin addressed the breakfast meet-
ing of the Social Studies Commit-
tee, Florida State Teachers As-
sociation, which held its annual
convention in Miami. Balkin
spoke on the role of teaching
good human relations in the pub-
lic schools.
teaching staffs presented and
discussed the latest knowledge
and findings of the medical world
in the field of cancer research, de-
tection and control. Attention
has been focused on many aspects
of the disease, but emphasis was
on the use of cytology as a
means of early detection and in
preventive medicine.
Tau Alpha Men
Initiated In Gainesville
New members from the Miami
area of the Tau Alpha Chapter,
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity,
the University of Flordia
ccntly initiated included:
Robert Bass. Carl Baun-.an. Jcr-
rv Burns, Eddie Camner, Gary
Gerson, Arnold Goldman, Robert
Magoon, Jerry Tillinger and Shel-
ly Zane._______________________.
at
re-
Mrs. Glasser To
Head Meet
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman
of the Women's Division, 1952
Combined Jewish Appeal, will be
chairman of a committee to plan
the units' annual meeting sched-
uled for the end of May it was
announced early this week.
Serving with Mrs. Glasser will
be Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. Leon
Kaplan, Jimmy Kopelow.tz Stan-
ley C Myers, Mrs. David Philips.
Mrs Arnold Seeder, Mrs. Harold
Spaet Morris Klass. Al Comanor,
Charles Jacobson and Mike Get-
tinger.
memWS0Tft^hePXdeanCoun'ty I a"ny"alternative ottered tnem, they have turned inward on them-
CaTcS Institute's research and selves instead, become receptive to psychic disturbance and fallen
prey to economic instability. ...
By far the smallest number of the Jewish Home s residents,
I discovered, are completely without family ties. Woefully, a
larger group are members of families that prefer to be free from
the" responsibility which is a part of caring for aged persons. In
any case, the Home here is doing a remarkable job of acting as a
sociologic crutch. It has established a physically and psychologic-
ally satisfactory environment for old people through the artful
creation of a slow-geared world.
By bringing together personalities with a common problem, it
has reduced the significance of that' problem to relative unimport-
ance; it has succeeded i.n removing those forces so destructive to in-
dividuals who, under favorable conditions, can survive for many
vcars. Self-reliant and gracious acceptance have displaced fear.
Home authorities, further, have demonstrated keen insight by en-
couraging contact with sources outside the Home whenever such in-
clinations are manitest.

My initial correlation of weariness and infirmity with the late
European slaughter house was clearly an erroneous one. The Nazi
beast's method was to rid its economy of the arbitrarily socially un-
desirable. Among them were the aged who could offer no produc-
tive energies toward augmenting the war effort.
Superficially, the Home for the Aged also represented at first
g'ance the isolation of those who are ure^ss in Irs creative
scheme. Eut the Home's reason for baing is predicated on tha
sacred charactsr cf the individual under any circumstances. In-
deed. Pearls-'jin illustrated its current effort to seek out and re-
vive residents' creative abilities with numerous pieces of handi-
work made since the recent organization of an arts and crafts
program there. Simple articles of jewolry. bells and woven mats
have been produced by often painfully arthritic fingers as an as-
pect cf the Home's desire to establish an aura of life and useful-
li is thus apparent that the Jewish Home for the Aged i. an
organization whose purpose is an integral part of Greater Miami s
mode of development. Indeed, no city, unless it sursenbes to old
Socrates' somewhat inhuman philosophy that the infirm be put out
to die, can afford to ignore the problem of its aged grouping. With-
sut question, it is incumbent upon members of the community ac-
I lively to participate in the Home's program.
Pearlstein does not view the Home's function as an aspect ot
hospital care. "The program here," he said, "involves constant sur-
veillance, but it is mainly the atfliction of age We tender. Its sixty-
odd residents, he sees as an inadequate representative number in
light of Miami's rapid growth and envisions ar. expansion plan which,
will add forty new beds in the near future.
It must be remembered in this regard that until recently, the
Home frowned upon financially responsible persons who sougM
admittance. Recognizing the limit of existing facilities, it extend-
ed preference almost exclusively to those without means and gav2
fas it still does) monthly allowances to residents for persoi-al
nwds. Jimmy Kopelowilz. chairman of the Board, subsequently
spoke to me in glowing terms of Federation's unselfish, cordui
support, while constantly aware that Miami at large had spon-
taneously to recognize its responsibility. He rejected the sug-
gestion of fund-raising projects as a symbol of stridonca where
contrarily. quiescence was the goal.
The blind woman passed me by, led by a more agile compan-
ion Others sauntered in contemplative conversation and could have
been mistaken for guests. All here had acquired friendship on their
own terms. More would soon fill their ranks while the city s age
imbalance, as a constant embarrassment for its residents inability
to cope with the image of their inevitable end, slowly disappeared.
Only the 1,600 attorneys and accountants invited to the afternoon
gathering were notably distant; indeed, hardly more than three or
that venerable, legal mass managed to appear.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will be
honored by the Israelite Center
at a Testimonial Dinner to be
held at th9 Lincoln Manor on
Sunday evening. May 4th, 7:30
p.m. Rabbi Sachs is the eon of
the lai'j Rabbi Samuel Sachs.
Cleveland, Chio. He was or-
dained in Europe. Largely en-
gaged in business enterprises
here, he has become well
known for his discourses on thy
Weekly Portion at the Center.
Rabbi Sachs will be presented
with a plaque during the Din-
ner.
age for them seems non-existentthey who can do so much toward
making Miamians aware of the Home's need. J


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rJewistiflcrMfaun
Jonor Guard To
(old Service For
jwish War Dead
.. H mor Guard of the Nor-
I Brown Post No. 174,.
Ligh War Veterans of the Unit-
I gtati s, will hold its Annual
Services on Sunday,
10:30 a.m., at Mount
Cemetery,
lilt; t speaker will be Rabbi
ITS A. Skop, spiritual leader
he Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
|an \ Administration Hospital.
Iccording to Hy Morris and,
r,y Horn, co-chairmen of the
|nior;;il Day exercise, the '
Ees ol Jewish veterans in all
fcetcries of the Greater Miami
i will also be visited and dec- !
ed with American flags. Ser-
bs will conclude with the tra-
ion.'il lii'ing of three salutes
|a filing squad and the blowing
Yaps.
it the same time, it was an-
[nccd that Itnrich Eichenbaum,
ner lieutenant of the Norman
c Brown Honor Guard, has
elected captain of the
Brd. Other officers elected in-
ie Kenneth Braidman, lieuten-
Louis Phillips, adjutant;
Ink Kline, finance officer; Sid-
Horn, supply officer; and
|k Silver, chaplain
PAGE 3 B
Manages Campaign
old Ross, candidate for Con-
fcle In District No. 2, announced
|y t iia week that his brother,
EooS, will manage his cam-
the remainder of the
Eticnc ring period,
bon Ross has been active in
work here and recently man-
William P. Davis' campaign
I city commissioner.
Thv. Stephen Wise Group of
Hadassah held a tea at the
home of Mrs. Bessie Nelson,
(above). 5950 La Gorce Drive.
Miami Beach, last Monday af-
ternoon. Rabbi Leon Kronish
addressed the group, and Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer directed
the musical program. Chair-
man of the event was Mrs.
Lewis Escort.
Form Labor Zionist
Council In Miami
Israel S. Shapoff announced
late last week the formation of
the Labor Zionist Council of
Greater Miami "to coordinate the
activities of the various Labor
Zionist groups, to provide Labor
Zionist Information and to con- |
duct an educational campaign for
the community, outlining the pur-
poses of Labor Zionism and the
accomplishments of these groups
in Israel."
Participating groups are Club
1, Pioneer Women; Club 2, Pi-
oneer Women; Kadimah Club, Pi-
oneer Women; Golda Myerson
Club, Pioneer Women; Ben Gur-
ion Branch, Farband Labor Zion-
ist Order; and the Bialik Branch,
Farband Labor Zionist Order.
"The Labor Zionists have sup-
ported the pioneers in Israel and
the building of the cooperative
system in that country for over
forty years," Shapoff said, "and
it was through their support that
the kibbutzim, the cooperative
activities of the Hagannah, and
many of the basic industries of
that country were established."
Officers of the Labor Zionist
Council are Shapoff, chairman;
David Friedman, 1st vice chair-
man; Nathar. Oostrov, 2nd vice.barsky, recording secretary; Mrs.
chairman; Mrs. Miriam Halpern, .Ruth Uliss, corresponding secre-
3rd vice chairman; Mrs. Ida Za- 'tary; and Id;i Jacobs, '.reasurer.
Error
In the Passover Edition of the
Jewish Floridian, a greeting was
extended by "Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome H. Weinkle and daughters,
Carolyn, Linda and Lois." This
should have read "daughters, Car-
olyn and Linda, and son, Louis."
SURE AND VOTE MAY 6th. BE SURE AND VOTE MAY 6th.
VOTE
ROBERT KING HIGH
For Your Next
Justice of Peace
District No. 2
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED
(Pel. Pol. Adv.)
I
RE-ELECT
J. N. (Newt)
LUMMUS, Jr.
for
COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR
There is no substitute for
experience
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE APPRECIATED
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Xnsfi O nuxo
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon Selden
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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SAVINGS BANK
Leonard L. Abess, President
46 W.,Flagler St.,. Opp. Court House
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e Auxiliary
Install Officers
ection and installation of of-
|S and the executive board
Emphasize the meeting of the
Jter Miami Auxiliary to the
|sh Home for the Aged on
hdav. May 1st, 12:30 p.m.,
fir St. Moritz Hotel. Prior to
proceedings, members of the
b will be hostesses at a re-
Ion to all members and guests.
Bess Lesser, chairman of
jminating Committee, pre-
rj liic slate of officers and
members at a previous
..g. These include the Mes-
a's Sol Silverman, president:
amin Appel, honorary presi-
Jack Udell, Sidney Palmer
Irving Frankel, vice presi-
Max Greenberg, Louis Ma-
ny and Fred Jonas, honor-
ce residents; Morris Kriegel,
Brer; Benjamin Kaplan, fi-
.al secretary; Benjamin Ham-
nan, recording secretary; A.
jiller and Morris Sparkber,
Esponding secretaries; Isidor
Dr. Celia Wohl Schultz,
jel Ritter and Harry Dan-
trustees; Moses Krieger,
amir.taiian; and Miss Clara
iberg, executive secretary,
ktallation will be in charge of
Vice Pearlstein, executive di-
Ir of the Home located at 152
|3rd Street. Mrs. Moses Krie-
yill give the opening prayer,
ss Goldenberg will then pre-
the report for the 1951-52
Participating will be the
fcr.en of committees, Mrs. A.
filler. Sidney Appel Medical
Mrs. Irving Frankel, Sum-'
t and Donor; Mrs. Jack
Membership; and Mrs. Sol
ir in, Sophia Sherry Memo-
Building Fund.
Silverman will also pre-
cautions to several of the
tiers for their outstanding
Ivements during the past
Mrs. Louis Glasser, pro-
ch irman, has arranged a
Ian of music and songs to be
But' d by local artists. Abe
nan. president of the Home,
: greetings from the
Brits.
lili'v Appointed
tool Chief
:e School Superintendent
as D. Bailey has been ap-
td as one of four State
1 Superintendents in the na-
to work with the United
s Office of Education on
n:.1 school problems, it was
nee I in Tallahassee.
committee of state school
i will represent the National
I1 of Chief State School
srs in conferences with Unil-
Bti I Commissioner of Edu-
Earl J. MeGrath and rep-
s of the United States
lucatlon.
:i national reputation as
South's leading educa-
: porters indicated that
n the Board of Direc-
National Council of
State School Officers, rep-
the Southeastern states.
served as chairman
icil's Washington Leg-
Committee.
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Dltal. II. is survived l,v IiIh wife
"i y.'.""" "",", f'""' "-|K-hll.!r,.n, Jos!
u-1\ ',"?'' ? r^<--< and kettle
Klein, inil one lister, Mrs. Ida Plnkus
SWS Wvlef-,f "'" Tuesday
'-. ..T "' Miami Rivers de". Rabbi B
T. Swlrsky offU-lated. Interment was
en Mourn sinal Ce.....tery
OBITUARIES
,'.\!AI.!.?L JACORSOX
1U NE .9th Terrace, die
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ANNIE GOLDSTEIN
10, I 1880 EJW 5th Street, died April
nth, n her home after protracted
illness, a resident here for the past
LXSaw,..cora,n '""" Jaokeonvllle,
Florida, she as a member of Hu-
dassah, the Beth David Synagogue,
(lie i .I.-i- ..f the Kiistern Star and B
I-,"'"!' .!!''':"'.".''' r th<- Sisterhood
(.hi-se.i shi-i Emess. Mrs. Goldstein
s survived by her husband, Charles
8. son, William, and one dauniit.-r!
Mr.-. Isaac Welnkle. She also leaves
I've Kianitcliililrcn. Services were
April lsth, at the (iorclon Fciti-
orIi) ,H,,,m''- wl>h. Rabbi Max Shapiro
orrielatiiinr. Interment was on Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
SADIE'NADI.ER
63, of 4315 Prairie Avenue, died at
home on April 9th. A resident here
for the past 15 years, she is survived
by her daughter, Mrs. Murr.iv Reek-
sen. Remain* were sent to Itrooklvn,
New York, for wr\.....s and inter-
ment by the Miami Heath Riverside.
TII,IJE HEER
66, of IMS Kuclld Avenue, died on
April Sth. She is survived by her
husband. Max. one son, Albert, two
flaUSftteri?, Ann and Pearl, and three
brothers, Morris, Aaron and Meyer
B>ICha. Services Were, on April th,
at the Miami Beach Riverside, with
Rabbi Abraham Cassel officiating.
Interment was on Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery.
KRANCES SIMON
74, of 900 16th Street, passed awav
on April Bth. She Is survived by her
husband, Sol, and one brother, (ftto
Bresky. Remains were sent to New
York City for services and Interment
by the Miami Beach Riverside.
ESTHER K RAB1NOWITZ
63, of 1134 Drexcl Avenue, passed
RWay at home on April 12th. She is
survived by her husband Louis, one
son, Robert, one daughter, Rose, one
brother, Abe Uarkowlta, and two
sisters, Jennie and Sarah. Servi.es
were On April 14th, at the Miami
Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Abraham
Cassel officiating. Interment was on
Mount Sinai Cemetery.
EDWARD L1PPMAN
68, of HSI Bay Road, died on April
12th. A resident here for the past
five years, he is survived by his wife.
Qussle, four daughters, Ruth. Prances,
I.ynne and Helen, two brothers, Her-
man and Irving, and four sisters.
Aida. Evelyn, Qussle and Mildred.
Remains were sent to Newark, New
Jersey, for services and Interment by
the Miami Beach Riverside.
MARRY ROSEXFBLD
70. of 1021 Kuclld Avenue, died on
April 14th. lie is survived by two
sons. San, and Arthur. Remains were
sent to New York City for services
and Interment by the Miami Beach
Riverside-.
MORRIS PERELI,
09, of 448-1 Royal Palm Avenue, died
on April 13th, In a Beach hospital
A resident here for the past ii years,
Mr. Perell was a former president
of the National Sheet Steel Company
and a former chairman ..f the Board
of Directors, l.i-m Steel Company,
both of Detroit, Michigan. He Is
survived by his wife, Nellie, one son,
Berte one daughter, Rhea, and two
brothers, Coleman and bUmuel. Mr.
Perell also leaves a sister, Mrs. i.,.i-
leson. and three- grandchildren, Ellen,
Judy and Andrea, .Services wer.....>
Tuesday, April 15th, with Rabbi L*on
Kronlsh officiating at the Miami
Reach Riverside. Interment was on
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
JACOB UARQOLIS
died Monday, April i-ith. in Bedford,
Virginia, He is survived by his son,
Jack. Remains were sent to ihe Mi-
ami Beach Riverside, Miami Beach,
Florida, for services, Interment will
be today .m Mount Sinai Cemetery.
There is No Substitute for
Experience 'Nul Sed'
RE-ELECT
JOHN S. (Johnny)
IS A IB K It
Miami Beach Resident Since 1924
YOUR
11 m CONSTABLE
5th DISTRICT Miami Beach. Surfside.
Sunny Isles, Golden Beach, Bal Harbour,
North Bay Village, Bay Harbor Islands.
Subject To Democratic Primaries May 6, 1952
HE-ELECT
A Man with 25 Years Law
Enforcement Experience
"For Vote and Support
Appreciated"
Hst JiVNK.!!'th Te"-ace, died early
hi i1'1;, Sl"' is urvlved by be*
husband Harry, and by one son," YVP-
i ills" 'eaves two riders
i n"u M:,mlc- Services were on
Monday at "The- Miami Rive "
1 f -, c,^AUY BLAND
n, of 51 su ,,ti, court, uassed away
suddenly at her home- on April 12th
A i-e-siel.-nt here for t months, she Is
survived by her daughter, Kara and
by two grandc-hiiilreii. s. i vi, w. .
the I itm. in tin- Gordon Funeral
Home-, with Interment on Mount Nebo
ery.
DAVID ADELMAN
19. a student at the- University of
Miami, coming from the Bronx, \. "
fork, passed away suddenly April
12th. lie is survived bv his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mauri,.. Adelman,
Ol New York. Re-mains Were sent to
New York City for services and Inter-
ment by the (lordon funeral Home.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
JULIUS GITTES on behalf of
his wife, Elsa, who is very an-
xious to ascertain her husband's
present whereabouts. Mrs. Gittes
has failed to hear from her hus-
band in quite some time, and as a
result of his negligence to com-
municate with ner, she is eager to
establish contact with him. Mr.
Gittes was born in Russia or, Sep-
tember 20th, 1893, is 5 feet, 3
inches tall, weighs 140 pounds,
has black-grey hair and brown
eyes and was a fur manufacturer.
Anyone aware of this man's pres-
ent whereabouts, i; requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau'
Street, New York 3, t ew York.
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bklg.
19 W. Flagler St.
ROSE NACHAMKIN
6... of 835 EJW 29th Avenue, passed a -
way on April llth. In a local hospital.
She is survived by her husband, Jac-
ob, two sons, Harry and Iani.-1, and
two daughters, Esther and Helen.
Remains were- sent to Brooklyn, Sew
York, for services and interment by
"The Miami Riverside",
HEALTH RESORT
MOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOB REST COHVKLliCCJICl
AND O.X0K.C UiU
r.t ro* etreoa.**
Ill SW. SO'.- COO>*T
AML.riH IDA. J
ALEXANDER QLA8ER
69, of 244 NW Slst Street, died on
April 7th, in a local hospital. II- Is
survived by his wife, .Sarah, four
sons, LoUiS, Harry, Abraham and
Paul, and four daughters, (Vlia. Lou-
ise-, Hose and Pauline. I'emains were
sent to Taunton. Massachusetts, for
services and Interment by "The Mi-
ami Riverside ".
PHILIP FAHRER
,"eC, of 2L'S NE JTtli Street, died last
Week. II,' is survived by his wife.
Mnille. a son. Irving, and three- daugh-
ters, Shirley, Claire ami Janet. He also
leaves a brother, Morris, and two
sisters, He.se and Carol. Services were
at "The Miami Riverside", with Rabbi
Shmaryahii Swlrsky officiating, in-
terment was on Mount sinai Ceme-
tery.
Thomas States
Qualifications
W. R. Thomas, candidate for
the office of Superintendent of
Public Instruction subject to the
May 6th primary, last week point-
ed to his platform as an indica-
tion of the type of administration
he would muster if elected.
"I am a professional school
man, not a politician," Thomas
said: "I am in this race with just
one thought in mind. I b?lieve
that I can offer the leadership
which will dispel unrest and re-
establish confidence in the ad-
ministration of our schools.
"I have had many years of
training, and 40 years of exper-
ience in this business of educa-
tion and school administration.
I believe that we should give to
.ill students of Dade County a
weil-rounded education with a
renewed emphasis on the funda-
mentals and the development of
character."
Thomas has been a classroom
teacher and principal of Miami
Senior High School lor 27 years.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina and has
done graduate work at Columbia
University.
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^ElmanTo
>eak At Seminar
, Robert Elman, of St. Louis,
icSoun, will be one of the fea-
la, speakers at the Seminar
][ held at Mount Sinai Hos-
Lf starting May 22nd. Dr. El-
L, is the son of Mrs. Bessie M.
man, of 2840 SW 26th Street,
^, Elman, a professor of clih-
\\ surgery at Washington Uni-
Litv, is most noted for his dis-
L.v and perfection of tech-
L ,'.'. fOT the intravenous feed-
of proteir.s. His discoveries
i... been the subject of articles
Zamora Sisterhood Hears Milton Sosin
The Sisterhood of the Zamora DoAfT Luncheon on Tuesday, at
Jewish^ gf^^^ h^jd^jts^anmial 1 the Co?ony Restaurant.
The affair was under the chair- Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman. Milton
manship of Mrs. Sam Altman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Eli Einbinder. Pro-
Sosin, of the Miami Daily News,
gram chairman for the event was I appeared as guest speaker.
Dr. Robert Elman
the Saturday Evening Post,
Die and Coronet Magazine and
daily newspapers.
ie is the author of several
k>k-* including Parenteral Feed-
which won the Gross Award.
.lso co-authored Text-Book
Surgery with Warren Cole
just published Surgical Care.
Elman is a graduate of
ins Hopkins Medical School
Harvard University. He was
p. in Syracuse, New York.
|r;ng the war he served on the
Burns Committee of the Na-
j1 Research Council.
e is a member of Phi Beta
spa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Fel-
American College of Sur-
Bns and American Society of
stro-enterologists.
is brother, Lee Elman, resides
713 Minorca Avenue, Coral
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FLORIDA'S POLITICAL AaiVITIES
Palmer Views
McCarty Urges
Candidate Study
Voters should v
- owners of their own
tess hiring a new -
iger. when they po to the
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sen. good >
Tax UMNMM
The State of Florida is milking
::-:> dry with taxes and
return ':<' tn**
,.,.,. led benefits. State
-e Palmer
told supporters in rallies this
wee k.
Elizabethan Mtistc
Concert To Be Held
At Tniversity
To Ifowor fr#r
ToImhH Tomorrow
A concert hororingtBaer Tolush,
well known Jewish-, writer who
Aa P i.tribution to this year's ; resides here, will be held tomor-
row evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the
Workmen's Circle Center, 25
cences. His assoc.at.on
[Maxim Gorki, the worSj"?
ed Russian writer, pft^
early amonn the ^v-.^1***
of his time. uv-wi gUaBl
Shakespeare Festival at the Uni-
versJty of Miami, the School of Wasnlngt'on Avenue.
Mui :anged a program of1 Conducted by Ehiel Lesowoder
S:...- day and Max Astor. co-chairmen, the
: formed in Beau- concert will include presentations
;- evening. I bv Liza Silbert. Henrietta Schnit-
- paid in gaso- A at g o'clock. Boris Aueibach. Clara Lang-
line tax near- '-p.. ... j:as been p.-epar- mer and Frances Pecker.
0.000 Road benefits we c ; bv Mr8> Frances Hovey Bergh Tolush is the author of numer-
tta state to- tDce 0{ Robert ous novels, stories and remir.is-
vVOOO.000. Crawi mas C. Collins.
"DuvalC unty. however, inuie g lV Music students will per-'
i in only $14,000,- (orni the various instrumental and I
sober
ought is nov nol
i ue ol
tax urder H
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to at
states i atoj
-. tax gal
.. I will
institutional

n $30.- voeal
000.'.' met pointed out which ;
Taxes we pay to the state have
- I94S Population shakes
ling booms and in-
I plus ris-
nents have added
Us," Palmer
_______________
Levenson To Head
Perry Campaign
M :. L Perry, candidat
:' thi Peact in D
compositions
re drawn from music com-
fbr performance with
poare plays ar.d other com-
positions of his
The four divisions of the pro-
gram are- Music for performance
Aitr T Taming the Shrew:
for performance with
Rotr.eo And Julet; music from
plays < t s are. in- j
eluding Hamlet. The Tempest,
The Merrv Wives Of Windsor.
The Winter's Tale nd As You
it. and music with which
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Instruction
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Greatest Asset of All, Your Children
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Harold !
TURK
Tour County
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5th DISTRICT
Compare the record of i
candidates for the fifth its-
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TURK
is a tried, honest and dtW
public administrator qttW
to represent aJi of Dade 0*
VOTE FOB
TURK
m May 6tfc Everyo^
Coemty caa wte for Haroldlii
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HDAY. APRIL 25, 1952
+Jewistirk>rMSar}
PAGE a a
lorida's Political Activities
[arborough
[eeks Reelection
n Record
How serving his fourth year as
ide Cunty Commissioner, Jess
orough this week said:
ii and will honestly make
two promises. First, I shall
Ivor use my position of office for
Ijxoiwl gain, and second, I shall
[rays try to bring to my county
best m government."
tarborough's chief duties, his
iporters indicate, are the su-
. n of planning, zoning and
;,: ng, the health department
countv buildings. He was re-
i o put in charge of the
Me department and mosquito
|trol. He points with pride to
[more than 3,000 important de-
Ions made by the commission,
unanimously, since he was
tted m May, 1948. In that elec-
it is reported, he polled a
exi< c ding by more than 5,-
I all the other six can-
|, ombiried,
mgh served as football
1 ..I athletic director at Mi-
ii f School durir.g the years
i 1931 to 1942. His business-
execution of official dutices
nissioner, friends of the
Uidate have announced, has
lished for him an envi-
record bringing to the board
i: ait conviction of fair
lur everybody.
brborough stated emphactical-
|"I am seeking re-election on
I record."
! commissioner was called to
duty in the United States
Force in 1942, and was re-
ed in 1946, as a major. He is
va rest rve officer. On April
*48, he was appointed direc-
public welfare for the city
Mian i. administering the af-
ol the recreation division,
b division, the Orange Bowl
|u::i. golf course and the city
division.
krborougb resigned from the
I of Miami on March 20, 1948,
lified for County Commission-
In i was elected in the first
*
listing some of the major proj-
Jfor the county, Yarborough
It e Jacksonville-Miami turn-
: ruction of six bridges,
extensive building program
|ckson Memorial Hospital, the
ut of details for the
ersity's new medical school,
ents and expansions at
International Airport, co-
i with the US Air Force
he opening of the Homestead
ise and work on a master
pay plan for all of Dade
ty to relieve the terrific traf-
jection.
I iiiiiiiiiis Viows :.
Tax Oni look
Explaining the county and state
tax machinery to a group of bus-
ln?ES and property owners, J. N.
(Newt) Lummus, county tax as-
sessor, said here that "there is a
wide-spread belief that the county
tax assessor determines the
amount of taxes collected each
year."
Lummus emphasized that clum-
sy political propaganda is re-
sponsible for such belief and that
Jt is not true.
Outlining the process of taxa-
tion, Lummus said the county
commission determines the
budget and the tax (ate while the
county tax assessor merely, car-
ries out the law as laid down by
the state and the county. "No
matter how many times you hear
it said that the tax assessor deter-
mines your taxes," Lummus con-
tinued, "it's still not true. And
no matter which of the candidates
tells you that he will reduce your
taxes, it is not true. He can't do it.
Only the county commission can
do it."
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Friedman Attacks
New Stand On
Claims Courts
Milton A. Friedman, candidate
for the office of Justice of the
Peace in District No. 3, this week
indicated that the Florida Su-
preme Court has ruled unconsti-
tutional the recent legislative act
increasing the jurisdiction of the
Justice of the Peace in the Small
Claims Court from $100 to $300.
"This is a blow to the average
citizen," Friedman said. "Now
parties with claims between $100
and $300 will either have to sue
for the $100 in a Justice of Peace
court and lose the excess or sue
in the Civil Court of Record and
wait two years for trial."
Friedman urged citizens to con-
tact their state legislators to pro-
pose "the necessary mechanics for
referendum so that the constitu-
tion may be amended to assist the
working man."
The candidate has been advo-
cating night session for those peo-
ple who cannot afford to lose a
day's pay to prosecute or defend
a claim. His supporters indicate
that he has been making public
service addresses on radio, tele-
vision and before civic groups, ex-
plaining the duties and responsi-
bilities of the office of Justice of
the Peace.
In explaining his qualifications
for the office, Friedman pointed
to his length of law practice in
the Miami area as well as to his
activity in communal affairs. He
is past state president of the B'nai
B'rith, present National Youth
Commissioner and president of
the Coral Way Elementary School
Daddies' Association.
Patton Campaigns
For Harold Turk
Stuart Patton, prominent Mi-
ami attorney, recently added his
voice to that of Roscoe Brunstet-
ter and Colonel Charles Mcttler
and came out with a ringing en-
dorsement of County Commis-
sioner Harold Turk, who is a can-
didate to succeed himself on the
county commission.
In a radio speech, Patton said:
"Turk has been a practicing attor- ,
ney and businessman in his own '
district since 1937; can any of his '
opponents match that record?
Turk has served six years in pub-
lic office to -the greatest satisfac-
tion of his constituents; can any
of his opponents match that rec-
ord? Harold Turk brought effi-
ciency to the administration of
Miami Beach and saved many
thousands of dollars of the tax-
payers' money; can any of .his op-
ponents match that record? Turk
j appointed public planning boards
! to allow citizents to have a voice
in their government; can any of
his opponents match that rec-
ord?"
It was reported that Patton an-
swered each of his questions with
a resounding no and pointed out
that only Harold Turk, among
the candidates from the fifth dis-
trict, has the experience, proven
loyalty and integrity to fill the
job on the County Commission.
Ke-eieet
PRESTON B.
GO TO THE POLLS, AND
VOTE MAY 6th.
BIRD
County
Commissioner
We must have a
Business Man of
proven honesty
and Experience
to deal with our
taxpayers
millions
VOTE for BIRD
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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Jewis*nor*0Mi
FRIDAY.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14 ALICE MAY SUPPA, Plaintiff,
MICHAEL RALPH BUPPJL
i lefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL R M.i'll BUPPA
Si i .,\ isi u Roa i
Port Chester, Mew York
yOU IRK HEREBY ORDERED
,,l requ I to si '"">' "' I" "
nnswi r i i the bill of romplalnl rot
,||-....... a copy ol which i I 'in
here* Ith on plaintiffs attorney, and
file the orli Inal In the office of tn
Clerk of the Circuit Court of *'"'''
tv, r iorldn, n or before Hie nth
,i,,v of May, i'"-'. i-tlKTwi.-i ih.. al-
legations of mid bill of complaint will
be taken a* confessed by you.
DATED \"iil II. 1951
E. I!. LEATHERMAN,
c, i u of the Circuit Courl
By ii r. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL .' RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympla Building
Miami 2. Eloi Ida
I 18-23 6 8-9
Judge J. Fritz Gordon, left, and one of his campaign advisors,
Louis Heiman, prominent Miami civic leader, review plans for
Gordon's campaign to retain his seat on Ihe Circuit Court bench.
Adams Says He
Is For Economy
Alto Adams, candidate for gov-
ernor of Florida, this week re-
emphasized the platform upon
which he was seeking election to
the state's highest office.
Adams said he was for "real
economy based on common-sense
business principles and strict
budgetary control over all agen-
cies with regular non-political
audits."
Amplifying his stand, he lash-
ed out against political profiteer-
ing, waste and extravagance
which involved "reckless spend-
ing and more taxes on the backs
of an already overburdened peo-
ple" and the old spoils system
under which positions of trust
and "responsibility are ladeled
out to cronies and incompetents
solely because thev voted right."
Adams also indicated that he
would fight for improved pub-
lic education through the con-
tinuation of the Minimum Foun-
dation Program and for welfare
and old age assistance programs
administered in an above-board
and efficient manner.
Other items Adams aired were
public health, flood control, state
parks, highway safety and natur-
al resources.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14935.1
KATHRTN STRICKLIN, rialntiff.
vs.
RICHARD STRICKLIN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: liicHAlin STRICKLIN,
Defendant
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your ans-
wer to the Hill of Complaint on plaint-
iffs attorneys, KOVNER .v.- MANN-
HEIMER, 120 Lincoln Road, .Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the orlalnal
Answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the llnd
day of May, 1932: otherwise the said
i:iii will be taken as confessed against
Dati l this 22nd day of April, 152.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By n ii kick. jh.
i > p n v ciei k
i 25 3 2-9-16
<;iiil iVr Favors
Exemption
"I live with my wife and two
Children in our home which wo
n," State Senator R. B. "Bunn"
Gi a) er said last week, "so why
ild I. ol all people, fvaoi t e
mi stead exemp-
"On the other hand, I vol I
for two iru '.dments which would
strengthen home exemption for
every Florida citizen. One in-
volved the requirement for ai
property owner to be a citizen
of the Unite I SI I -. The othei
- that he live in Florida at I
before becoming elig-
"This strengthens homestead
Imi ts for permanent Flor-
: lians, n i it denies it only to
those who are here for a brio!
stay and who want to enjoy t .
n without qualif)
'Everyone I've talked witl
the right of that." Th<
didate's remarks came hard on
heels of recent criticism in-
ting thai he was opposed to
homestead exemption.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149361
SAMUEL J. BROWN, Plaintiff,
vs.
ETHEL BROWN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ETHEL BROWN
5.1.", .'.3rd Street
Brooklyn, N, Y.
You. ETHEL BROWN, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
1 i ire reqult ed to se ve ., copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Comiilaini on the nlnIntiff's
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.. si':!
i Bids Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the i fii......f the Clei k of thi Clr-
Courl on or bel th< 22nd da)
of May. IS2. If you fall to do so,
judgnu Hi by defa ult will be taken
the relief den
Bill of Complain)
HONE AND ORDERED I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 149015
EDWINA T. STRONG, Plaintiff
vs.
HAIIVKY I. STUoXfi, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARVEY J. STRONG
Box :.!
Redby, Minnesota
YOI' are hereby notified that a Hill
,.f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you arc requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney. SIDNEY
ROBBINS, '<<*" Congress Kuildlng. Mi-
ami. Florida ami file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 12th day of May. 1952. If
you fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Hill of Com-
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 10th day of April, A.D.
R. n. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE
Deputy clerk
SIDNEY ROHIUNS
Attorney for Plaintiff
507 Congi-ess Building
Miami. Florida
4 1S-2T. 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREItY CIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrli.g to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EL CAROL BAR, at 930 I>> Jeune Rd..
Miami. Fl:,.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
OF.OROR L. HESS1XG
STEPHEN F. KESKI.ER
Attorney for Atinllrant
J200 West Ftagler St.
4/4-11-18-25
Fl
this 22nd daj of April, A.D
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
. I Court Hi ||)
Bj a B 11 VRDIE,
Deputj
PEN ESSEN
m v for PI i'niff
Si j bo .1 Bl lg.
M in l'.i
l it. :. 2-9-W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i-.or.OEN OPPORTUNITIES, at S3
S W lllh Avenue. Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florin*
RORF.RT FEVER8TON
DWDM. S. MEN Nil.I/)
EI.OYD S c.i H-K and
BARNETT PBLTK
v loi .-> for tnnllcanta
' <'.......ei Blcbx,
Miami. I i
i l-u i> -.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148992
NINA SANDERS. Plaintiff
nillN HENRY SANDERS,
Defendant
TO; JOHN HENRY BANDERS
C O Mrs. Annie Sanders
Bos 71
linen.. Vista, Georgia.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU ARE IIEUEI.Y NOTIFIED
thai Rill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Hill of Complaint
im the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of lln Circuit Courl on or before the
12th day of May. 1952. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
Dated this Hth day of April, 1952.
E. II. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
BY! G. H. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
PAI.I.OT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
K0t Ingraliam Iluildlng
Miami. Florida
1/18-25 J/l-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148577
DOIGI.AS II. THOMPSON.
Plaintiff
MARY i.OITISE THOMPSON.
defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY LOUISE THOMPSON
c/o Mr. Lorlng Dexter
11 Melvin Avenue
Hrlghton. Massachusetts
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorneys CLICK
& I'KLTZ. 1305 Congresa Bldg.. Mi-
ami 32. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2nd day of May. 1952. If
you fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the BUI of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of April, A.D.
1952.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By If. C. FRIGE
Deputy Clerk
FLOYD 8. CLICK &
RARN/ETT PELTZ
1306 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attornevs for rialntiff
4/4-11-18-23
a-or^. fea
EMMA ,.,N0RNf ^ ^
Vs. Plaintiff >
CHARLES l. imnvi.v
NOTICE BY pi : -f-ad
yrA,?K gQ
ffiaVee! jL
are hereb> re.,uired1"?
of your ai ,, ,"' ;">eTj
Plaint on the iliamiir! B' "fi
file the origin, an^Ii*,Sl
of the Clerk ... ."if. IniBj"
"T '..... mi ,-.'';'ViioJL
Complainl :.....v,..,", 'Ihw1l
ft? -M^
THOMAS W.^FJO^
V.} .|S,;:!,V|- l;'ililing
Miami. Florida
4/11-18-LT,
Mincer Says He Has
Not Decreased Staff
Glenn C. Mincer, State Attor-
ney ar.d candidate for re-election,
last Monday said he had per-
formed all the many duties of the
State Attorney, including the
Criminal prosecution of capital
cases, with a staff of five people.
He has not increased his staff or
decreased its efficiency during
his tenure of seven years.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
mderslgned def Ina
ns
STEAD STEEL COMPANY
(Not In I U Rtreel ,nd Ird Av-
Homerti F
Clerk of
Circuit i : County
la,
HARRY iWEN'S
KO\NRn ,v M VNNHEIMER
H Owen
I 23 5/2-9.16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY CIVEN that
oe undersigned Kasc ,.,
tUr!ln*!,vJlnl' fictitious i .,,, ,,i
NORMANpY-SL'RFBIDE T V A: RA-
DIO, at :..,u Harding Ave., Burfslde
pads County, Florida, lnt< nd to rear-
aid name with the clerk or the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
HERMAN p COHEN
. MORRIS COHEN
4'25 5'2-S-lB
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATiOX OVTFiTS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-4366
IN rnui\JTY JUOQF'S COURT
DADE COUNTV FLORIDA
No 26271
R R I'-T.VTK i'"
JAMEH V. PASQI'ANTONIO
I-, ,..,., .1
NOTICE rF INTENTION to MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
vpTICP i- hereh> glvi n Ihsl I have
a n' ,;i ;i! report and netltlnn f..'
Pli l l" h \.i..ii. It-tnr of
" estate of .1 VMEH v PA SOU \ v
T" l\IO, d< I 1 <<:< ,, T|.
'ih dav ,.f m >v, \'r-; ,. jh ;,,,. |V ,
Hnno<- -I'.- Countv Judren of Dad
countv, Fl r.......,,,, ,..,| ,,f .rii,|
"nal r......rl end for f:.. dlseharpe
Vdm'nl tor ..' i< .. r;.. ,.,. ,,f j .MRS
V l'\Snr INTONin .i. i
i" : IM, .i .. ,,r v..,ii vr<
I RE1 CENIO D'ORAZIO,
iii" i"tstrator
'...... Vdn inlstrator
'" Revl r.1 I Rull ling
I |
NTrif-r dv piipi iriVTiON
N tmc ripruiT COURT r>F THF
ELFVcmth .iiidthl riRruiT of
Fl op.r\ iN jho, rop rinoE
COUNTV. IN ou^NCERY
No 140(V,r,
IDA DeCRAW THOMPSON.
v Plaintiff
"1HN R. THOMPSON
"""> Engle Stre, t
Knclewoo.' ^'....- l. .. .- nn'pnrbni
RIIIT FOR DIVORCE
Tii JOHN R THOVT>RON
T jf Comnlalnl f..r Divorce ha. been
mitaL/C""! vo"' r,n'1 vo" "" '"
a in.,! to w-,1. n eov o' vour Ans.
' or Plend'ng to ti. it|i| r rm.
... "n '"* "'-'itl'"- At'ornev
;.erl,-,n Ttmlr RulMI"-. Miami. Ilor
n,q- *,"* ,,n* ,hfl "rlBln-,1 Answer or
the C|re,,|, r,.,., nn ,lpfor ,h .
tay of May issi u vou fall to do
^"r,;,i,",:";,:.:v;.,.^:-f '-nde
n<>yK im nnnpRpn at Miami
PV-lda. thi. Ilth dav of A,.,ll."A.n
P It. tRATTir-rtMAN.
' leek, Clrcilt c0r,
(Circuit cW^"^ F,"r"U
Bra R. "ARDIK.
Per,"'-- C1^U
*RTHPR C MlRfll |R
Attnmev f,,r T"-.inire
^^'"'rinrZTCnn Bank B'd,f-
4/18-25 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREDY OIVF.N that
the undersigned, dextrine to engage in
business under the flrtltloim name of
APEX TV AND RAI'lo COMPANY.
*t Titol N. R. 2nd Avenue. Miami,
Fin Intends to reelster said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida.
FRANK RI'DICH
3/2S 4'4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS IIF.RKHY CIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to cngntre In
business under the fictitious "nme of
MAMMA CASINOS ITALIAN RES-
TAURANT, at ?34 N. E. 1st Street. In
the Cltv of Miami. Florida, Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of (he circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florid I
// pisnni.R 8CA8INO
BAML'EL W Sll vpilto
Attorney f..r Anxl'cant
-.<.-, s-vbold Ituililing
Florida
I II-1H-2S
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'!! SALE
\' ITICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
under and by virtue of a certain Writ
nf Execution Issued on March Ifith.
I'i-.LV by the Clerk Of the Circuit Court
In and for p.-ule Countv. Florida. In
Ih .'!iin null 'n wild Couii wherein
MAROARFT COSRNTINO is nlaint-
Iff. Ind BODI, INC., a Florida cor-
'" ':i!i< r.. el .".I are ilef'"dants. In
Chaneerv h|n case Ho 1 t7m2.
:i sul II, ivc nhtotned a I-1--
...,. aaaiiet MARC A RET cnsi:\-
tino I', ntm nf Two Thnnaand
Thee II indeed TwntV-slK and M/100
Tioll.os llXt(ftO\. t have levied upon
thi foitowlne deaerlbed oerisinel nroo-
.riv which is now |.....,t,.,l m Rl.-hter's
rewolry c, ie n;n |.-lst Vlagler
Street \".u,l F'o.-ldn. t8*-wlt: '1)
l ,i;,.^' ptar Papnbtre R'ntr. Sanphlre
i in -,; i i- ,t- with I baguette dia-
mondu: i "i I Till..' Dlatlnum diamond
b el. r, baguette diamonds
12 ronn.l ,11 loioreK-: i:\) I ..i.ii,-.' nlatl-
ni.in diamond so'1'..... abo.it l'i kar.
its Imnerfect, sllebtlv chinned, with
olaniond. In mounting: (O 1 ljdlen'
vellow .1,1 crown nln with Z round
diamonds 71 seed near1: l'i 1 ladles'
vellnw mid lenel "In with 1 topns nd
4 rubles- rfil 1 1 -i.ii,.s- wide vellnw
"old ffnil rn-e cold UnV hrneelet with
foi |^nf ,inver charm- (71 1 pair
vel'ow FOld anrt rose polrt ear clips *o
match bracelet' () 1 F-ench coin
..-ini'int 'nH yellow -old chs'n: (9> 1
Van's IS Varn* vellow "old wist
Welch. vlth Vnr'ii.r'Mi Constsntlne
with lcither bsnd: (10> 1 pslr of
'" rose eoM ei" ellns- (11 > 1
leiSlea' rose mM cocVts" wrist wstch
with c ."^monds. S4 rubles, rose rold
b-n.l. MH'-s movement: (12> 1 T,eds"
yellow go'd hunting cose wntch. Rl-ln
veUrtiy "f*}i\ ehsln; f"1 \..H,,iie silver
wa'eh Vev vtn^ee with hloo^stoneo-
-n^ that i"\ tb r,th d- o' Wav. is
between th ho-a of 11 "n c'clo-V
M "il ""l\ o'e'oeV P M. S the
Sonlh I'- I I .... nf ,nP I'.,,,.., !(,,......
i" Miami, ito^iiii t wiu offer for
nle and oe'l qt n- h rheal and he^t 1,1,1,1...- fr rsh. the
ahove 1','sc'hn^ nrone>-'\' tw the r.-.f-
""", o' satisfying said Writ of Ex-
ectlon
Pate.i t vtsml, Florida, this 2nd
day of April ta^s
.H'"' vpxriKnsnN.
es Sheriff of
Pnde Countv. Florida
'Real)
Bv F C. BTiri'RNS,
rienotv phertff
MVCT. HEI'itV* KA"I \N
At17, l2r ^''"oant. 8odl. Inc.
IN T^ETICC,ERCBUY,TPUC0liJ^]
ELFELV0ERN,DHA Ti^rl^i
COUNTY lN CHANCEr'*1
No. 148M0 '' L
pa.i.in..; gl-ttmaS. PtaJ
KARL CUTTMANX, rwra4ui
SUIT FOR DIVORC1
TO: KAltl. C.I-TTMANN
310 K.ist J.Cnil Htrttt
New Y.ik 2S, New Tt 1
You are hereby iiotidfd ttat.s
of Complaint for Uivurc, bud
filed against you, and yog Ji
quired to serve a copy nf vogti^
or Pleading to Dit lllll of e
on the plaintiffs Attornn, M
M. JONES. 11 ox Pan Am*rta?L
Building, Miami 32, Florida, adf
the original Answer or Pl.jdimJ
office of th.- Clerk nf tl*Ti
Court on or l..-fnre th* tnj 1
May, IH',2. If v., ment by default will br uknisj
you for the relief demanWki
Bill of Complaint.
PONE AND 'P.DERED it k
Florida, this 3rd day ol Art]
1952. ,
E. R. l,EATHEWul|
Clerk. Circuit Cam. T
Dade County, Fiona
(Circuit Court Seal)
By ; is. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
RALPH M UN'S
Attorney for Plaintiff
1108 Pan American Hank Rulldhg
Miami 32, Florida
4/11-18-25 5 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIWI|
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 1101
the undersigned, desiring to 1
business undei the fictitious
NASH Rl'SH l.!'l>.. at lioyil I
Rulldlng. 1040 I :.- nynr BlsL
Florida, Intend to ili|fr nMl
with the Clerk ol the CircuitCt
Dade County, 1
NASH Rl'SS
SYDXET ADLB|
KOVNER St MANNHEIXB
Attorneys for Nash Ru^s Ltd.
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach
4/11-1K-::. .'
NOTICE UND^R FICTITIOtll
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEBJ
the undei m -: i:>c to<
business under 1 < ,
BETTY'S Fi MARKET. Si
Grand Avei m -i"''i. ,Fli',l
to reaistei "i1*1 ^i
of the Cl in of luikf
Fiorid.i ., ,
JAMES M ,
:-V \V M'ifflsJ
STEPHEN I' KKSSLKR
Attornej I *
2200 Fl
4/11-18-2.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ofl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCIW
AND FOO DADE COUmi
FLORIDA. IN CHANCEMI
*^o '48876 T
CHARLES 1 ll.'Y BSH|
and VIRi BENW
his wife, 1
THOMAe nnPjM
CAM!" N- J
l.o.i,
unknow
, ..., ih. 'i .'"Vrii
IN THE NAME nETHESW
OF FLORIDA ..
TO THE I" PAiH0CII|
niiiM i< >'" il
legatees. .1.
of their >." ,.'diaN
terest and ^
Interest by. tir'"'Sn'"jSffil
any or all "'her partly
clalmlna to h.-ve -inh> 9c*
Interest In and ,^. ,rf I
cribed Property SIMM'S
Dade County. ,l,,.'li;1-1, fWi
The West 1 *> If", Sdl
EMI One ",'^srt>
S.lp!-.S^
Florida. ^'/'i-Ltel t
Feet !"""' for !<
County, >' rUM for' '
YcTand s-hof^j)
notified that .. ".Vku-iJ
the above rlescr LrHcJ
filed by ,r. .siv',f:Sl
NETT and \ ll".;'r^.il'J
wife, and '
iwer : ': .
befe" ,
Jgj
hwatio'ns Vn'nts'lprfjf,

wife, and v"" rJ ,-.Ih|
an answer Ii -;."'., )n ^ "J
of th- Circuit '" -wfewa
Countv. nut ii',. ",\h.r<5r
Jay pf M:o. '-'. In -'
* l
e^idaVnl riled"**
as confessed bv *,
Dated this. t^*y!M
gTEPHEN f-p.'jgSB
Attorney for Il"
4/11-18-25 /
|*J


' IY, APRIL-25,-1952
i

LECAfc NOTICE
Ol 3D
rNOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
(I-,|CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
i ,- under the fictitious name of
HI. GABLES STATION KUS, at
'AU'riiar Avenue, Coral Qables,
.,. intei da to register said name
Clerk of tho Circuit Court
County, Kinuia.
SOL SCHREIBER
i PHELNER
:,. applicant
Building
32, FlOl iila
,-j". 2-9
[notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
iTh'K IS HEREBY OIVISN thai
n i, i niitm il, di airing to engage In
ths flotllioua iiame of
KAN
i
I'l P.H VCE APT. HOTEL, at
Ti i ruco, .Miami Beach,
inl nit i" reglater saId name
i 'lei k ol the I !ir i i Court of
nty, i-1"' Ida.
JACOB KALKIN
AICI'STA KALKIN
HARRY .1. QERSON
ANNETTE GllRSoN
i: :i: J. TAUANOB'F1
Applicants **
i! .nl
Reach. Florida
(THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
lAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 14D071
\l\:<; PANTAQES, Plaintiff,
,HltED PANTAQES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MILDRED PANTAQES
NVu Haven, Missouri
01' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
|t BUI of Complaint for Divorce
en fileil acainst you, and you
icliv required i" serve n copy
answer to the mil of Com-
M> I m the plaintiff's attorney, and
the original answer In the office
he fieri of the Circuit Court on
efore May H, 1952: otherwise, the
plaint for Divorce heretofore filed
in will he taken as confessed by
l.\T
KD at Miami, Dade Countv
this 11th day of April, 1952
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida
Bv G. B. HAUDIE,
Deputy Clerk
finkeLstein
for Plaintiff
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IN
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[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14928;
" ANDER80N, Plaintiff,
. vv. ANDERSON, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
M \i: W. ANDERSON
' il Asbury Avenue
Ocean (Trove. New .lersev
il ARE HEREBY ORDERED and
red to serve a copy of your an.i-
' the bill of complaint for copy of which Is enclosed
on plaintiff's attorney, anil
urlglnal in the office of the
the Circuit COUCt of Dade
! lorlda, on or* before the
of May, 1952, otherwise the
i "f said bill will be taken
Bed by you.
IfVTKD: April 21, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By C IS. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
I RAND
for Plaintiff
[Olympia Building
82, Florida
5 2-9-16
i:th.
of
'EL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREHY (ilVEN that
ned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
DYZER, at !I22 N. E. Second
Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
Id name with the Clerk of the
l J ourl of Dade County, Florida.
HEX i'i IRPORATION
Michael Niidelman, President
Itoy Baselon, Secretary
- HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Annex Corporation
"Id Building.
I, Ha.
-'-'.1-16
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 14931C
AARON BLACK, 417 Bright
t ourt, Brighton Beach, Brook-
Hew York. You are required to
i |ij of your answer on Mor-
. N Roach, 420 Lincoln Road.
: "each, Florida, and file the or-
In the office of the clerk, on or
May 20th. 1952. In that suit for
" that Sarah Black filed 111 tho
" Court of the 11th Judicial Cir-
1 and for Dade County. Flor-
snld Bill will be taken as con-
by you.
1 this April 21, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
, Deputy Clerk
.--9-16
lnC,UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
fDADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
,. No. 24460
ESTATE OF
vA Cook. Deceased
IS.- OF !NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
" F. Is hereby given thnt I have
final r.poit Bna petition for
hi 'charge ., Executor of the
1 "f LENA COOK, deceased; and
['' 'l,|v to the Honorable County
M Dad.. County. Florida, for
"r said final report and for
'""'hai..... as Executor of the
C I,, f'KNA cook, deceased,
p 51SI day f March, 1952.
ALBERT ......K
Executor, Estate of
..Lena Cook, Deceased.
HERMAN KAPLAN
: _i"> Executor
-LEGAL-NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
' ______ NAME LAW
NOTICE J* HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
^';'";'v,,r.,!ll, SPANIEKS CITY HALL RHAR-
& at J"?0 Washington Aw'.. Mi-
ami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
JACK SPANISH
4/11-18-25 5/2 Sle 0WnM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IlVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
DOO-TOWNE, at 10600 S. W. 8th
Street, Dade County, Florida, Intend
to reglater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
/s/ HI 'I'll ELLIS
4/18-25 5 2-9 "" A1' K,-'-,S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 14922(1
1RVVIN LEWIS COOPER, Plaintiff
vs.
FRANCES CLASSMAN COOPER,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ""'
TO: FRANCES OLASSMAN COOPER
2:11 I'tiea Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiffs attorney, Mor-
ton ROTHBNBERO, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
19 May, 1952: otherwise, said Bill will
be taken as confessed bv vou.
Dated this 17th day of April, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
4/18-25 5/2-9
ROTHENHERO,
CE, Plaintiff,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147160-1
MORTON
TROSTE
vs.
EARL I.. KING and MARGUERITE
KING, his wife, JC1.1A WILSON,
a single woman, formerlv known
as Jl'LIA YV. KING, and RICH-
ARD It. PAIGE, Defendants.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tinder and by authority of the Flnnl
Decree rendered by the Hon. Vin-
CENT C. GIB1.IN, one of the Judges
of the Circuit Court of the lCleventh
Judicial Circuit, Dade County, F'lorlda,
in that certain cause in said Court
pending In which MORTON ROTH-
BNBERO, TRUSTEE, Is plaintiff, and
EARL L. KING and MARGUERITE
KING, his wife, JCI.IA WILSON, a
siimle woman, formerlv known as
JULIA \Y. KING, and RICHARD R.
PAIOE, are defendants, 1, as Special
Master in Chancery, appointed by the
Court in said Decree, under and by
virtue of the terms thereof, will offer
for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
at the South door of tho County
Courthouse. Miami, Dade County.
F'lorlda. on Wednesday, May 21st,
1952. at 11 o'clock A. M.. the follow-
ing described real property situate in
Dade County. Florida, to wit:
PARCEL 1.
Lot 21 In Block 2 of College Heights
Subdivision, according to the plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 42
at Page 8 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, together with
all of the furniture, furnishings,
equipment and property now on or
hereafter placed In, on or upon said
property.
PARCEL 2.
Lot 2 In Block 89 of the First Ad-
dition to Hialeah Subdivision, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, record-
ed in Plat Book 5 at Page 122 of
the Public Records of Dade County,
Florida, together with all of the
furniture, furnishings, equipment
and property now on or hereafter
placed in, on Or upon said property.
PARCEL i.
Lot 9 in Block 3 of Hole man Manor
No. I, according to the plat thereof.
n 1 orded In Plal Book 11 at page 18
of the Public Records, of Dade coun-
tv. Florida, together with all of the
Furniture, furnishings, equipment
and property now on or hereafter
placed In, on or upon any or either
of the buildings located on said
property and upon the property it-
self.
The real property above described
and the personal properly above des-
cribed will be sold for the purpose of
satisfying the claims of the plaintiff.
as more, particularly set forth In said
Final Decree
Dated this 17th day of April. 19o2.
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Special Master in Chancery
MORTON ROTHENBERG,
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida.
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/18-25 5/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEA< O.M BAR, flt 5 Beacoir, Boule-
vard, Miami, I- hi.. Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
STEPHEN ,'. KSeMr*^TB,N
Attorney for Applicant
MOO W. Ragle, St.
4/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148626
VIRGINIA FISCHER BROWN.
Plaintiff,
JAMES BROWN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES BROWN
49 West soth Street
New York, New York
YOU are required to sew,- a copy
Of your Answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint f..r Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, STANLEY JOEL LEV1NE,
ESQ.. 120 I.inc.,hi Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original in Hie
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 28th day of
April, 1952, In default of which, a
decree pro confesso may be entered
against you.
DATED this 28th day of March,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
cievk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By G. B. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
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
HOUSE OF SUSAN, at IM1 Purdy
Avenue, in the City of Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register the said
Dame with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, F'lorlda.
1*1 BEATRICE 11. MELTZER
SAMUEL W SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
506 BeybOld Building
Miami. Florid.1
4/11-1H-25 5/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148682
ANN MORRILL SW1RSKY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
BURTON RWIRSKY, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: lU'RTON SWIKSKY
21-48 37th Street
Ixing Island City. New York
Vlil' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plnlntiff's attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
5th day of May, A.D. 1952, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, the 31st
day of March, 1952.
10. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By G. B. Ilardie,
Deputy clerk
BALLOT, SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
B04 Ingrahani Building
Miami, Florida
4/4-11-18-25
UGUST BROS ftv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27856B
In Re: ESTATE oK1
MAURICE BRAUNSTBIN.
I lei 1 ',d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
said Estate: ,
You and each of you. are hereby
notified and ..quired to present nny
claims and demands which VOU, a
either of you, may have against the
siatc of MAURICE BRAI NSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Bade rountv, and file the same In
their office In the County Courthouse
n Dade Countv, Florida, within 'u-ht
calendar month from the date of the
Hrat publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal an-
-..Is ft he claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
Sine will be barred Bee S. lion 120
of the IMJ I'lchate Act.
"' 'V'^.M'^^uArNsrE,^
As Executor of the I^ist Will
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
4/18-25 t/t-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14S39S
MAXINE LAURA VAUGHN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES BAKF;R 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 filed against you. and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's attorney and file
the original answer In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before May 5. 1952. otherwise Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
BUI Ol Complaint.
Dated this 27th day of March. 1952,
at Miami, Dade County, F'lorlda.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C FEICE
Deputy Clerk 4
MANUEL 1.11:1:1, '
Attorney for Plaintiff
Lawyers Building
228 N. K. 2nd Ave,
Miami. F'lorlda
1/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14895::
LEONARD JAMES GAMMON,
Plaintiff
vs.
ROSE EMILY GAMMON,
Defendellt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSE EMILY OAMMON,
il* Princeton street.
East Boston, Massachusetts.
You are required to serve a copy
of the Answer t,, the Bin of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs atto ni
Morton ROTHENBERG, 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
fil- the original in the office of the
Ch rk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore May 7th, 1932; otherwise, said
Bill will be taken as confessed bv
you,
Dated this Sth day of April, A.D.
1952.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
cierk of the 1 'ir, -lit Court
By w.M. w. 8TOCK1NG
Deputy Clerk.
4/11-18-25 5/2
UBOMFIfOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148779
JOHN GARRABRANT, Plaintiff
vs.
FREDA GARRABRANT, Pefendent
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FREDA GARRABRANT,
'.*2 Lord Avenue,
Bayonne, New Jersey,
You arc required "> serve a copy
of the Answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attorney,
Morton ROTHENBERG, 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he-
fore May 2, 1962; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 2nd day of April, A.D.
1952.
!:. U. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit 1 111,
(Seal)
By it. H. RICE, JR.
Deput] Cierk.
I. 11-18-25 6/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No, 148954
STANLEY YANKOW. Plaintiff
vs.
CECILE YANKOW, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CECILE YANKOW,
ISO Erasmus Street.
Brooklyn, New York.
You are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiff's attornev,
-MORTON ROTHENBERG, 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 7, 1962; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this sth day of April, A.D.
1952.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
4/11-18-25 5/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148738
IRMA COHEN, Plaintiff.
vs.
SEYMoUR T. COHEN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SEYMOUR T. COHEN
1606 President Street
Brooklyn. New Y'ork
You are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Complaint
for Divorce filed against you on
plaintiff's attorney, Arnold Slome,
One Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach, Florida, and flic the original
Answer with the Clerk of the above
named Court, on or before May 2,
1952, or default will be entered against
you.
Dated this 1st day of April. 1952.
e. b. lf:atherman,
Clerk
(Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
4/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14895f
ANNE FRASER, Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS FRASER, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THOMAS FRASER, Defeni
You are hereby nol Ifled thai
"i" Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are
quired to serve a copy Of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the i'dl of Com-
plaint on KOVNER ,; MANNHELM-
ER, 420 Lincoln Road, and fi:. the
original Answer or Pleading In the,
office of tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before May 7th, 1962; 11
you fall to do so, judgment h; de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
FLORIDA, this sth day of April, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit !o II t
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
4/11-18-26 5/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149132
HELEN THURSTON, Plaintiff,
vs.
DALE TMl'RSTON, Defi ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Y< >U, I ALE Tlll'RSTi IN, 10311 -
26 Street Terrace, Independence. Miss-
ouri, are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney, THEO-
DORE J. BAKOWITZ, 922 Beybold
Building. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
011 or before the ISth day of May. 1952.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against vou for tho
relief demanded in the Bill of Coin-
plaint.
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 15th day of April, 1952.
B. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv M. c. f-f:ige
Deputy Clerk
4/1S-25 5/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 148672
LEONA C FEDIW, Plaintiff,
-against-
DANIEL FEDIW, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, DANIICL FEDIW, care of
Rakow, 2172 29th Street, Long Island
City, New Y'ork, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been field against you, and you
nre required to serve a copy of vour
Answer or rieadlng to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
MAN 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. 1952.
If you fall to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 31st day of March, 1952.
K. I!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Pade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
I'.c G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
922 Seybold Building
Miami 32. Florida
4/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANGE, at
139 N. E. 1st street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. '
DAVID DIFTLER,
(Sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for David Diftler
S04 Ingrahani Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
1 I-1L-18-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S SHOES, at 383 Opa Lock*
Blvd.. Opa Locka, Fla., Intends to
register said, name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK COHEN
HARRY B. SMITH
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
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 names of
SANDRA POST,
SANDRA POST LINCOLN-ROAD,
SANDRA POST FLORIDA,
SANDRA POST PALM BEACH,
at 431 Lincoln Road. Miami Bench,
Florida. Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DANIEL H. HERMAN.
Sole Owner
GEORGE J. TALIANOFP
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach", F'lorlda
4/4-11-18-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ORAL CRAF'T 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 County, F'lorlda.
MURRAY HOROWITZ
Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
910 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
I l-11-ls-j-,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14896C
N'orma Elizabeth Adams, plaintiff.
vs.
William Smiley Adams, Jr.
707 Mlllbrook Lane
Haverford. Pennsylvania, defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: William S'mlley Adams, Jr.
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled against you, and you arc re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney.
STEPHEN F KE8SLER, ~'"" Wesi
1 igl, Stri et. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the Office of the Clerk of Ute Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day
of May, 1952. if you fall to do so,
judgment by default win be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of April. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) _.__,
Bv G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
4/11-1S-25 5/2
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Wt appreciate your
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