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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 25Number 19
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Dr. Granados To UJA To Hold National Conference In
Talk At Federation Chicago For Emergency Mobilization
Annual Meeting
Dr. Jorge Garcie-Granados,
Central American statesman and
author, will be principal speaker
at the Annual Meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
on Wednesday, May 28th, it has
been announced by Mrs. Louis
Glasser, chairman of the Annual
Meeting Committee.
Dr. Granados is the author of
the best-seller, The Birth Of Is-
rael, and was one of a group that
fought the diplomatic battles
leading to the creation and rec-
ognition of the Jewish state.
The dinner meeting will be held
at the Hibiscus Lodge Masonic
Hall, 955 Alton Road, and is ex-
pected to attract a record turn-
out "in view of the enthusiasm
and excitement attending the fin-
al phase of the 1952 Combined
Jewish Appeal now in the clean-
up stage,'' Mrs. Glasser said.
The Annual Meeting will fea-
ture the election of Greater Mi-
>mi Jewish Federation officers
anu Board members. Reports on
the past year's campaign activi-
ties will be presented by Presi-
dent Dan B. Ruskin, Executive
Director Morris Klass, Treasurer
Charles Fruchtman and Budget
Chairman George Chertkof.
Highlight of ^he varied pro-
gram will also be a musical skit
describing the activities of Feder-
ation and emphasizing the work
o* the aavan teiicy agencies
in Greater Miami whih derive
funds from the Annual Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Sylvia
Chertkof will direct and produce
the musical play, assisted by Al-
bert Comanor.
"Our 1952 Annual Meeting will
fee in every sense, a family af-
fair" Ruskin said, in describing
projected plans for the event.
Campaign leaders will act as
hosts at their individual tables.
Assisting Mrs. Glasser with ar-
rangements are Mrs. Sylvia
Chertkof, Leon Kaplan, Jim Kop-
elowitz. Stanley C. Myers Mrs.
David Phillips, Mrs. Arnold Seed-
er, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Morris
Klass, Al Comanor, Charles Jac-
Extraordinary demands on the
United Jewish Appeal for sharp-
ly increased financial assistance
with which to meet spiralling
Jewish needs in Israel and other
parts of the world have led to the
launching bv the UJA of an emer-
Launch Second
Year Of Bond
Campaign Here
Second year of the State of
Israel Bond campaign in Great-
er Miami was launched last
Thursday night at the Saxony
Hotel as some 200 persons hon-
ored Dr. Morris Goodman, retir-
ing chairman of the local bond
committee.
Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland,
Max Orovitz and Carl Weinkle
assumed the co-chairmanship of
the Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government for
the next 12 months at the testi-
monial dinner to Dr. Goodman.
Gershon Agron, editor of the
Jerusalem Post, told the assem-
bled community leaders that "Is-
rael stands ready to be the fire
extinguisher for democracy in
the Middle East." The veteran
journalist pledged Israel's will
and ability to repay every cent
gency nationwide mobilization of
cash designed to raise a minimum
of $10,000,000 during the month
of May, it was announced this
week by Edward M. M. Warburg,
UJA General Chairman.
Warburg said at the same time
that the emergency cash drive
would culminate at a two-day
National Conference in Chicago
on May 24th and 25th, at which
leaders of community campaigns
in virtually all states of the coun-
try will present checks represent-
ing proceeds on their one-month
mobilization of funds.
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
qggIDaEggnMMMPaMMWWaMBMW>'
Maclver Report To
Be Viewed By
Federation Board
The controversial Maclver Re-
port will be the subject of dis-
cussion at a rrHsting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Board of Governors on
Thursday, May 15th, 8 p.m., at
its offices, 420 Lincoln Road, it
has been announced by Federa-
tion President Dan B. Ruskin.
National defense agencies af-
fected bv the Maclver Report rec-
[ommendations will present their
ana aoimy io repay every mn points of view in a discussion
of the money borrowed through eriod which win feature audi-
ence participation. Rabbi los-
the Independence Bond Issue.
-"Few of you, however, realize
the crucial race against time be-
ing waged by Israel for her ec-
onomic survival. With the aid
of the bond drive, economic self-
sufficiency can be attained. With-
out its assistance, the Arabs -who
have been waiting for our ec-
onomic doom, will have won a
bloodless victory," Agron stress-
ed-
In rraking his annual report,
Dr. Goodman announced that the
sale of bonds to Greater Miami
residents has topped $2,000,000.
In addition, sale of bonds to vis-
itors to the community which
are credited to their home of-
fices sent the total amount of
bonds sold here in 12 months to
Capital bookstores have noticed a demand for the first "'re-
spectable" book to undertake the "exposure" of alleged connec-
tions of American Jewry with Communism. The book appears, not
as crude anti-Semitism, but in the guise of a scholarly examination
of Communist penetration in America. Entitled The Iron Curtain
Over America, it hints at the conclusions which Adolf Hitler openly
stated in Mein Kampf. It represents the most extensive anti-Semitic
concoction to appear since Hitler's printing presses ceased operations
in 1945.
The author is Professor John Eea_y, of Dallas. Texas, an edu-
cator with a listing in Who's Who which is 'onger than the entry
for Albert Eiaaiein. Beaty was Chief of the Historical Section of
he War Department in 1942. and served in the Military* Intelli-
gence. He attained the rank of colonel.
Beaty's articles have been published in the American Legion
Magazine, in the official periodical of the VFW, and even in New
Yorker. He was chosen by the Albert Kahn Foundation in 1926 to
report on world affairs. A member of the Phi Betta Kappa honorary
fraternity, Beaty taught at Pennsylvania State College, the Uni-
versity of Virginia, the University of Texas and Southern Methodist
University. He belongs to the leading 'earned societies and select
country clubs. His record even includes service as a consultant to
Webster's New International Dictionary.
The book claims that the author's official duties as an army
intelligence officer in Washington enabled him to gather facts as
one of the two editors of the top secret G-2 Rport which went
daily to the White House. Beaty's facts include an allegation that
"the blood of Abraham. Isaac, and Jacob" does not flow in the
veins of American Jews of Eastern European origin. The majority
of American Jews are descended from an ancient semi-Mongolian
tribe, known as the Khazars. which embraced Judaism. Beaty says.
He explains that "the b'ood of Old Testament j'jws flows prin-
cipally in the veins of Palestine Arabs Palestinians, perhaps the
truest seed of Bible Jews, are refuges today from the barbarity
of non-Semitic Kharsars."
Stating that "it appears also that the world's troubles with
epnNarot will present the stand I little blood-born, 'Israel' are not over," the professor questions Is-
;= U.O- I raei's Djd for restitution from Germany. He attempts to disprove
that the Nazis exterminated the bulk of European Jewry. "As to
obson and Max C. GettinRer. n
more than $3,362,000.
of the Union of American He-
brew CongjMafions, and George
J. TalianUn; Miami Beach at-
torney and former director of the
Anti Defamation League, will
speak on the League's stand re-
garding the Report.
Stanley C. Myers, prominent
civic worker and Miami attorney,
will provide background mater-
ial and describe the origin of
the widely-discussed Maclver
document.
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, represent-
ing the American Jewish Con-
gress, will present the AJC's
viewpoint. Max Haskel will
speak for the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee.__________________
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McCarty, Odham In Runoff
OF ^ MS ___1.11. (lAnvin *.
A possible reco, in Florida'spolitical^ wm^^J
Dan McCarty. candidate for the ottice oiu bus.
SSfctSMS SS^SttEM Tuesday's primary
eteCRurns from 1,406 of. Florida^JI6^2_P^ncts_ihowedJhjt
McCarty led with 293,016 votes
as opposed to Odham's liKi.^
Runners up were Alto Adams
wit?, 95,540P and Bill Hendnx
erand dragon of the Ku Klux
Klan with 8.949. Dale Spencer.
a local candidate, tallied 5,38b.
In the preferential race for
Democratic nomination to he of-
fice of President of the United
States, Estes Kefauver. Senator
from Tennessee, scored what his
supoorters regarded as a moral
victory over Senator Richaid
Russell, of Georgia Despite Rus-
sell's acquisition of support from
Florida Governor Fuller Warren
ard US Senators from Flouda.
George Smathers and Spessard
Holland, Kefauver showed early
strength over his states rights
opponent.
The Crime Committee's chair-
man showed overwhelming
strength i n Florida s
As of late Wednesday, with
1 398 precincts reporting the tal-
lies showed Russell with a ma-
jority of 281.418 votes as opposed
to Kefauver's 252,496.
In other electoral battles, in-
cumbent Spessard Holland over-
whelmed William A Gaston for
the office of US Senator from
Florida by a 6 to 1 majority.
The tally stood at 297,362 to 55,-
966 when 998 precincts had con-
cluded their reports.
R B (Bunn) Gautier substan-
tially defeated Perrine Palmer,
Jr.. in a bitterly contested cam-
Daien for re-election to the btate
Senate When the last of Dade
rountv's 126 precincts were tal-
SST&te Scored 68.0M votes
as Pposod to Palmers 46.943.
Incumbent George S. Ukcu
med a first primary winner
_j__^o ooairst nis I
the
169 tallies, while Morris received
43,481 votes. Pat Cannon, former
congressman, scored 49,436 to
Circuit Judge J. Fritz Gordons
45,707.
In the Sheriff's contest here,
Thomas J. Kelly took a wide
lead over nine other opponents
by polling 56,522 votes as oppos-
ed to his nearest candidate, Sher-
(Continued on Page 12 A)
UW Wedncsdav^irst his two
Coas^area and led' Russell by opponent. ,n -g
substantial majorities ui.-*l the f/te legisiacure ed wlth
state's northern and central farm 144.051 votes as p^ prank
larls_ began _rer^rting_The prej. J^%93. Still to be count-
cincts adjoining Georgia s
Alabama's borders closed the gap ed at the time
were 2,900 absen-
between Russell and Kefauver I ^^aGovernor Warren's two
\ nrh delCill.
by what was indicated as being | E" ^ETC* Circuit Court
a slender majority in the face of appointees_vo ^_
Governor Warren's prediction
that Russell would overwhelm-
ingly defeat the Tennesseean by I c
a vote of 2 to 1.
went down to
SS Way e Alien, of the Court
Truman Appoints
Blaustein To
Mobilization Board
President Truman has appoint-
ed Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore,
president of the American Jewish
Committee, as a public member of
the National Advisory Board on
Mobilization Policy.
Blaustein, co-founder with his
father, the late Louis Blaustein, of
the American Oil Company, re-
places John Lord O'Brien who
resigned.
Blaustein was consultant to the
American Delegation at the San
Francisco Conference which
launched the United Nations in
1945 He had served as advisor
from time to time on various in-
ternational problems and is a
widely known figure in the pe-
troleum industry.
The NABMP is considered the
top advisory board in Washing-
ton. Also advisory to President
Truman, it meets in the Cabinet
Room of the White House with
him at certain of its sessions.
the Jews in Eastern European lands temporarily overrun by Hitler's
troops," he says, "the great majority retreated ahead of the Ger-
man armies into Soviet Russia. Of these, many came later to the
US, some moved to Pa'estine, some unquestionably remained in
Soviet Russia and may be a part of the Jewish force on the Iranian
frontier and enough remained in Eastern Europe or have returned
from Soviet Russia to form the bard core of th new ruling bureau-
cracy in satellite countries."
Beaty answers Israel's claims against Germany by complain-
ing that 5.000.0000 Germans allegedly never returned from Soviet
slave camps and that "a permanent hostle attitude toward Ger-
many on our part is the highest hope of the Communist masters
of Russia." Of a speech in which Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
mentioned the possible ingathering of-600.000 immigrants to Is-
rael within the r.text three years, the professor asks: "Can it be
thai many of the 600.000 will be young men with Soviet military
tiaining?"
Beaty writes that "in 1948, strong with Soviet armor and bask-
ing in the sunshine of Soviet sympathy, 'Israe1' troops mostly borro
in Soviet-held lands, killed many Arabs and drove out some 880,000
others, Christian and Moslem." He says "those 'refugees' who ar-
rived in I'alestine" were "well armed with weapons of Soviet or
satellite origin."
The professor claims that 68 to 70 percent of US Jews have
relatives in Poland and the Soviet Union. He complains that "new-
comer aliens al1 to frequently slip into jobs that might have been
he'd by those who died in Korea."
Beaty condemns the Truman administration "which worships
aggresion in Palestine and condemns it in Koiea." He favors
General Douglas MacArthur who he feels would take proper steps
against the "insidious fore'es working from within." Injectirg
anti-Semitism into anti-Communism in a subtle concoction of
Nazi propaganda, Beaty quotes from Zionist sources. Grates' His-
tory of the Jews, and other authoritative writings, taking things
out of context to suit his purposes.
To his witches' brew he adds, and openly identifies material
from Westbrook Pegler, Upton Close, the Anti-Zionist American
Council for Judaism, the Common Sense hate sheet and the writ-
ings of former Army Intelligence officer, Robert H. Williams, who
recommends concentration camps for Jews.
Beaty's purpose is apparently to instill in the minds of Amer-
icans a fear of Jews by portraying Israel ard Jews in a sinister
light. He defends the Nazis, speaks against the Nuremberg trials,
and calls the war against Hitler "the unnecessary war." In what
purports to be his exposure of an "Iron Curtain Cver America."
Beaty lists such personalities as Ar.na Rosenberg. Henry Morgen-
thau, h'orberi Lehman, Felix Frankfurter. Milton Katz. Manly
Fleischman. Nathan P. Feinsinger, Frank L. Weil, David K. Niles
and others. Of the sending of some officials of the Jewish faith to
West Germany. Beaty takes a dim view, questioning "the unsound
policy of sending unwelcome people to a land whose good will we
are seeking."
A clean-up of the government is demanded and Beaty hints
that this wou'd include the ousting of Jews whom he links with
alleged left-wingers and Communists. He mentions Jewish Con-
gressmen unfavorably but has kind words for Representative Join
Rar.kin, of Mississippi.
Thus, in a 268 page book disguised as a scholarly work on the
Communist threat, Beaty borrows heavily from the ideas of
Streicher and Goebbels. In 1949 Beaty was called to active duty as
a reserve colonel for a temporary period. At that time he prepared
for the army field forces "an annotated reading list for officers in
the military intelligence reserve."
Distribution of the new book has been made to members of
Congress, army officers and other important officials. One bookseller
said he received a number of orders for the book from government
officia's and that at least two additional printings have been run
off.


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Today; Mrs, Krensky To Head Auxiliary
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HWSay...
In Madras, the large Hindu Tcmpl0 is the chief at-
traction. The enclosure contains a number ofshdneY
The mam edifice is somewhat pyramid shaped, its re-
ceding terrace crowded with numerous divinities out of
Brahman mythology. The visitor removes his shoes and
walks over the gravel or paved compound between the
various temples, which a non-believer is not permitted
to enter. """*'
PAGANISM
A priest passes with a fire pan. He stops and pre-
sumably gives me his blessings. I place several coins
on the censor, and he moves on mumbling more pray-
ers. One experiences a strange feeling of intrusion into
l^u ",g,VaniShv,ed,pa^- What is thjs s-ne if not out-
right idol worship? The priest in brown saffron recalls
the Roman Auger clad m a toga. Women in their en-
chanting sarees of many colors and graceful folds sug-
gest Pallas-Athene in her Greek peplum.
But isn't this the idolatry which the psalmist casti-
gates as having mouths and speak not; eyes have thev
but they see not; they have ears but they hear not"
Couldn t the putting of money on the fire tray be con-
strued as a votive offering, an indirect tribute to gods
of wood and stone? In the Torah, they are Baal Ash-
toreth, Chemosh, and Moloch. In the Madras Temple
they are called Siva, Khrishna, Rama, or Vishnu
HINDU DURABILITY
A question keeps bobbing up: How is it that such
rank paganism can survive through many millenia' We
are taught that idolatry is infantile, suited only for the
mentality of children. And yet Hinduism is older than
Judaism. It has resisted the impact of the monotheistic
religions. For almost a thousand years India was under
the rule of Moslem invaders, who exhausted every de-
vice of force, persuasion, influence, and position to con-
vert the unbelievers. Since Vasco da Gama reached
India by sailing around the African tip, Christian mis-
sionaries have been active. The British Raj has lasted
for two centuries. Yet to this day India remains 84%
Hindu. Can any one say that Mahatma Ghandi, Pandit
Jewish Floridian
Receives Scroll
The scroll awarded the pub-
lisher and staff of the Jewish
Floridian some two weeks ago
citing them for their work in
behalf of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, as well as lor their
"sympathetic understanding" of
the needs "of the aged and
chronically ill in general" ex-
pressed through the publication
of feature stories and editorials,
has resulted in an influx of con-
gratulatory telephone messages
and letters.
Publlnhct .f MlunA Antflo-
Jewish weekly, Fred K. Shochet,
who has been directing the news-
paper's publication for the past
14 years, said in acknowledging
the award, "This is the first time
in 24 years that a local organ-
ization here has recognized our
communal support in such a
manner."
Shochet indicated that The
Jewish Floridian constantly re-
ceives messages from well-wish-
ers but that the Jewish Home's
presentation was the lirst overt
recognition of the newspaper's
participation in civic activities
"beyond the call of the journal-
ist's immediate duty."
"The fact that The Jewish Flor-
idian has grown with the com-
munity," he said, "is indicative
that 'it has served the area's
needs through its columns and
offices."
The Jewish Home citation was
one of three presented during a
Board of Directors meeting at the
Star Island residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Fol-
lowing a cocktail party and buf-
fet supper, Shochet accepted the
scroll," pledging The Jewish Flor-
idian's continued effort in be-
half of the Home's and the com-
munity's wholesome develop-
ment.
Miami artist Warren Soned en-
graved two similar citations for
Irving Frankel, former vice pres-
ident and Building Committee
chairman of the Home, and Leo
Allen, past executive director.
"The Jewish Floridian award,
an institutional recognition, em-
phasizes our civic responsibility,"
Shochet said. "But we can not
do our job alone. We need the
community's help its under-
standing and its realization that
our effort is directed toward the
majority, not toward individ-
uals."
Founded here 24 years ago by
the late J. Louis Shochet, The
Jewish Floridian has seen a in-
stant, weekly publication since
then.
+Jew 1st Fhridian
PAGE 3 A
IDOLS AND HINDU TEMPLES
Neru, or Rabindranath Tagore would subscribe to
heathenish nonsense?
A RELIGIOUS SYSTEM
The writers of our Bible fulminated against idolatry,
but ignored the system of thought behind the facade.
Paganism could not have been limited to the mere
worship of images, or the wisest of men, King Solomon
imseL' .w"u'd not have built temples to Chemosh,
Moloch, Ashtoreth, as reported in Chapter XI of Kings.
We know the beauty and attraction of Greek mythol-
ogy. We think classical paganism went down in utter
defeat before a triumphant Christianity. Actually it
was absorbed by the church militant.
Yet the spectacle of many statues in a temple should
not appear so strange to Western eyes. Cathedrals of
the Roman Church also have images; and not only of
the Virgin and Child, the Crucified Saviour, or the
Twelve Apostles; but also of the numerous saints, male
and female, who people the Catholic calendar. The de-
vout pray to this statuary and believe that the canon-
ized hierarchy they represent can be successful inter-
mediaries with a supreme Deity.
AVATARISM
The educated Hindu will assure the visitor that the
horde of idols in the temples are not really the gods of
India. These statues are essential to the vulgar herd,
who always need some visible form with which to
clothe their concept of Deity. Actually these are the
images of Avatars, reincarnations of the Divine, who
appear on earth in human form to aid and benefit man-
kind. They might be compared to the saints and heroes
of other nations. Gautama Buddha himself was the
eighth reincarnation in human form on earth.
METEMPSYCHOSIS
The concept of reincarnation brings us to the great-
est Indian contribution to world thought. It compares
with Christian Salvation of the soul, or Hebraic Mes-
sianism and morality. Out of the depths of Hinduism
emerges one overall, everlasting Deity. The souls of
Gods and men emanate from this Supreme Spirit. But
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
the progress of the soul on earth is not necessarily hap-
py nor delightful. It is part of the Godhead and will
find bliss only on its return to the all pervading power
from which it came. It may take aeons of transmigra-
tions before the soul can finally be absorbed into Brah-
ma, the eternal World Spirit. Incarnation of the Deity
in human form is the essence of Christianity. Thus the
idea which originated in India of the soul's Emanation
from and Absorption into the Supreme Deity has had a
vast influence upon human thought and world relig-
ions.
CONTRADICTIONS
Indian thinking sees the effigy of man in a burning
candle. Human energy, force, intellect, and spirit come
to a sudden end, like the burning taper that is blown
out. What becomes of the flame when it is extinguished
and whence came it before the candle was lighted?
Such parallels one often encounters in Hindu and Bud-
dhist ideology. But noble concepts are curiously mixed
up with childish or base superstitions. The Hindu will
accord the highest respect to the cow passing on the
highway, but will think nothing of disgracing millions
of human beings to the degrading caste of Untouch-
ables.
ATTRACTIONS
It would seem that religions having the widest ap-
peal are those which can mingle the sublime with the
trivial. Thus Hinduism, with its majestic pantheism, re-
tains entire legions of little gods to attract the little
people, to whom idol worship is a prime necessity.
Catholicism found it necessary to introduce a Trinity,
a mother goddess, and images of canonized saints to
satisfy the longings of naive people fresh from Pagan-
ism. Mohammed had to promise a paradise of beautiful
women to his faithful believers in Allah. But Judaism,
remaining austere, sombre and imageless, developed
instead a complicated ritual of 613 mitzvas, which kept
away the mass of prospective converts, who might have
been attracted to the purity of Hebrew monotheism.
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Beth David USY Meets
Beach Mizrachi Dinner
A meeting of the Beth David
USY will be held on Tuesday.
May 13th, 7:30 p.m., at the Syna-
gogue.
Shown above is a photograph of the Scroll engraved by Warren Soned and presented to Jewish Floridian Publisher Fred K. Shochet
by The Jewish Home for the Aged.________________________________________________________________________________________________
Hollywood News
By LEON GUTTERMAN
(Copyright, 1952. Jewtah Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
HOLLYWOOD Friends and
rivals in malicious wit comics
Jerry Lewis and Milton Berle are
continually trying to outwit each
other. The other day, when Jerry
had said something particularly
clever, Milton sighed enviously,
"Jerry I wish I had said that!
'Don't worry. Milton," said
Jerry. "You will."
The gossip column of a Holly-
wood newspaper printed this par-
agraph: 'Jerry Lewis and Oscai
Levant were seen yesterday in
Beverly Hills talking, as usual,
, about themselves."
Jerry sent the clipping to Os-
car with this line: "I wish re-
porters would be more accurate.
,You may remember, Oscar, we
'were talking about me."
' Levant answered: "True, Jer-
ry, we were talking about you
... but I was thinking about my-
self."

Although Jascha Heifetz pre-
fers playing in public to appear-
ing at private houses, he was
recently persuaded to perform for
a famed but obnoxious society
leader who lives in a luxurious
mansion in Beverly Hills. His
fee was four thousand dollars.
"Four thousand dollars?" said
the rich hostess. "Isn't that rath-
|er quite high?"
"That is my fee," said Heifetz.
"Well, I suppose I'll have to
pay it," she said. "But remem-
ber, you arc an entertainer, and
as such you must not mingle with
my guests."
"In that case," said Heifetz,
"my fee will be four hundred
dollars."
*
Phil Silvers asked Sophie
Tucker if she heard about the
movie actress who married four
times. Her first husband was a
millionaire. Her second was a
famous actor. Her third was a
well-known rabbi. And her last
was an undertaker.
"I can understand perfectly,"
said Sophie. "One for the mon-
ey; two for the show; three to
get ready, and four to go!"
* *
As all America now well
knows, Groucho Marx is as rapid
with the comeback over the ra-
dio and television as he is on
the stage and screen. His sense
of timing is terrific and is sur-
passed only by his sense of non-
sense. Groucho has a way of en-
tering a room with a blithe im-
pertinence and leaving it with a
light-hearted insult. "I've had
a wonderful evening," he remark-
ed to a famed Hollywood hostess
the other night, "but this wasn't
it."
*
Speaking of Goldwyn, Sam
wants top-flight men working for
him and will pay any price to get
them. He is responsible for the
presence of some of the world's
greatest authors in Hollywood.
He recently hired novelist Louis
Bromfield at a huge salary, and
greeted him upon his arrival with,
"It's good to have you with us,
Mr. Bloomberg."
Simonhoff Returns;
To Finish Series
Harry Simonhoff, popular Jew-
ish Floridian columnist, has re-
turned to Miami following a tour
of the Middle East.
Simonhoff's column, I'll Say,
re-appears in this week's issue
of The Jewish Floridian. The
world traveller has been taking
a rest from writing chores at the
instruction of his physician. The
column will continue to be pub-
lished here until the conclusion
of his series on Jews in the Near
East.
Simonhoff will then take a
leave of absence in order to com-
plete writing two books current-
ly in progress.


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vJenisti fhricUar)
FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1953
EDITORIAL
A Tribute
We here at The Jewish Floridian are endeav-
oring to do a significant job in the face of prac-
tical, physical and financial limitations. Our ef-
fort, whose tone was set some twenty-four years
ago, has had of necessity to be modified by these
limitations. The extent of our pride during the
many years since The Jewish Floridian's initial
publication has remained a constant function of
the degree to which we have avoided compro-
mising our principles.
We have been aiming to present to the Great-
er Miami Jewish community reports of its current
happenings. We have also felt it incumbent upon
us to print detailed appraisals of national and
world events as they affect the Jewish scene. In
a word, despite the never-ending harassments of
publishers and editors, we have sought to serve
the needs of the Jewish community.
It is therefore most heartening that a major
organization here saw fit some two weeks ago to
present the publisher and staff of The Jewish Flor-
idian with a scroll in recognition of their constant
end unstinting effort in behalf of its development.
The Jewish Home for the Aged, through the chair-
man of its Bocid, M. J. Kopelowitz, in awarding
the citation, reviewed The Jewish Floridian's "su-
perb cooperation in the interpretation of com-
munal needs through feature stories and editor-
ials."
To ihe Jewish Home, its residents and officers,
v.e humbly express our thanks. In some meets-
xire, the presentation will encourage us to con-
tinue our efforts. We will remain cognizant of the
: that an organ of public expression can never
be free from personal and communal scrutiny.
Despite the limitations of space, finance and the
individualistic stresses directed at an Anglo-Jew-
ih weekly, we will endeavor to strive toward
.hose levels of journalistic excellence common to
the ideals of the press at large.
There are some of us here who recall the
newspaper's initial publications twenty-four years
ago. Since then, both the community and the
Jewish Floridian have grown considerably; we
should like to feel that each positively affected the
other. During the often difficult period of devel-
opment, the Jewish Home for the Aged has be-
come the first organization to recognize this pos-
sibility in its gratifying manner. The countless
letters which we always receive and the personal
calls wishing us well have become crystallized in
last week's scroll presentation.
Now, we are doubly sensitized to our duty.
titude toward the new state is friendly and sv
During hearings of the Senate Foreian R>1
tions Committee, four senators joined hanrk
guestioning Israel's ambitions and in charm"1
that the Truman Administration was "load w$
against the Arab League. Senators J W I ,
bright, of Arkansas, Theodore F. Green of r^j
Island. Alexander Wiley, of Wisconsin and h
Alexander Smith of New Jersey, demanded ,0
know why the Mutual Security Administration
had allocated assistance funds to Israel in such
heavy proportion as compared with mon^s ,
aside for the Arab states.
The tone of their inquiry seemed innocent on
the face of it. The venerable senators would have
had observers believe that their concern for tho
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THE WRONG ROAD
Two individuals were simultaneously cited by the
Home; ours, however, as an institutional award,
underscores our aim.
We wish finally to state that in our service to
some 230 Jewish organizations here, as well as to
the many general and civic groups which call
upon the use of our columns, we have endeavor-
ed to assist the community at largenot specific
organizations or individuals. The Jewish Home
for the Aged, typifying many Miami groups, has
not felt distinctive in its needs to the exclusion of
others. For that, too, we shall remain grateful.

Washington's Scrutiny
A recent Congressional assault in Washington
against Israel is the answer to those American
Jews who have been maintaining that the US at-
i.iusiciu lunus aicjuuiea rrom a sense of fair plav
But their sharp distate for the infant democracy
apparently defeated their intentions and came
to the fore. Senator Fulbright by inuendo charqed
Israel with aggressive aims when he expressed
doubt that monies allocated it would be used for
purposes of economic and industrial develop-
ment. *"
Senator Smith wept bitterly over Arab refu-
gees who were "kicked out" and begged to be
informed why the United States insisted upon
raising the standard of living in Israel above that
of surrounding countries, even as Senator Green
demanded to know if America "acquiesced in the
expulsion of the Arabs."
Thus, the willingness of our legislators to sup.
port retrograde nations while sacrificing the dem-
ocratic ambitions of the Near East continues to be
emphasized. Arab sympathies in the American
Senate are not Arab sympathies as such. Thev
continue to represent the tacit acceptance of ev-
erything that is ancient and inhuman, instead.
When these noble gentlemen speak of excessive
allocations in the face of per capita proportion,
they are concerned with the continuation ot an-
cient Moslem feudalism. When they fear ior the
growth of Israel's standard of living, they fea: for
the poverty-stricken Arab's jealousy and wrath.
Let these blind men turn to their own gardens.
Let them awaken to the fact that their own econ-
omic and social status stand challenged, as well,
by millions of indigent Moslems. The geographic
nearness of Israel to Arab lands as oppoaea to thm
"distance" from affluence here has log smce
ceased being a safety factor. Let them realize
that the new Jewish state's ambitions are but the
hopeful expressions of American reality not only
for itself but for the Arab League at large.
Miami ASC
Elects OSiivern
Miami C Jew- I
'. ted Mrs William
Dairi. r as its pres nl :' ir the
ing year.
Others chosen to sen e the
Mes lamej All
jamin Weiner, Harold Dr..
a and Michael | vice
residents; Joseph Weisman,
treasurer; Edward B Harris, fi-
rancial secretary: Richard T uby,
recording secretary; and Willi
Yejans. Charles Manhart, and
A: tin.:- H- i". nstein, .. cu resp
ing secretaries
Mrs J sspri M Fine was elected
hon rary president and trust e
Also elected to serve as I
were the Mesdames Isidor Co-
essi Elman A. A Haj
B. E. Hertz and Albert Ladd.
The following were elected to
the Board of Directors: The Mes-
dames David Akner. Abr.er Byer.
Teresa Arnold Brand. Nathan
Eisenman. Leo F. Elliott. Nat Fur-
man. Lydia Friedberg. Fred Klein.
Irvin Nager. Giselle Newlander.
Jack Pector. David Pottash H- r-
man Rubin. A. I. Saltzman. Philip
Sihcff. Irvin Shankm. Max Si-
ti and Russell Winer.
Installation wid be held on Mav
.. 12:15 p.m.. at the polony
Restaurant. Rabbi Morris Skop
will be innstalling officer.
Pioneer Women Sponsor
The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women will participate
in the presentation of David And
Bathsheba at the Cameo Theater
from May 12th through 15th. Pro-
ceeds from the showing will be
Uit-d for the Child Rescue Pro-
ject which includes training and
rehabilitation of young immi-
grants. ^Admissions not used dur-
ing the presentation period wil1
be honored until Mav 19th.
Share Top Spot
In Community
Center Intramurals
First place in the third an- 1
nual Miami Jewish Community
Center Softball Intramurals was;
j last week by the Miami
Branch Men and Diamond Berk
nee.
At Shenandoah Park, the Miami
h, with the help of Dave
Davis' hurling and Bob Miller's
-: defeated the Knights of
Pythias 6-4. Diamond Berk Ir.sur- !
ance. behind Marty Kaufman's '
:.g. overwhelmed the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish C0mn.ur.1tv
Center 12-7. at Kennel Park.
In the Junior Boys' Badminton
Tournament for 13 to 15 year olds,
first) securely held by the
I Rotx rt Hoffman and !'au!
irtz, with a record of fif-
teen wins and no defeats. Follow-
sely in second place arc
Sandy Balber and -Martv Horn-
witr. a record of 3-2.
The following contests were
- fieduled yesterday: I).. K .-
ron-John Ware vs. Gabriel Blu-
menthal-Louis Levin; and How-
ard Mor.ress-Sam Leder vs. Bal-
ber-Hornstcin.
Scores for this week are hoff-
man-schartz, 17. Baber-Horn-'
stem. 145: Shafron-Ware. 15.
M ndress-Leder. 10: Hoffman-
Schwartz. 15. ShafronWaro. 8: and
Balber-Hornstein. 15. Blumenthal-
Levin, 5.
Ilialcah Holds
Installation
Installation of officers of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Communitv Center Ladies Auxil-
iary will be held on Sunday, May
11th. at Jackie Heller's Dinner
K. v Terrace.
Master of Ceremonies will be
Ben Essen Installing officer is
Nate Becker, past president of the
Center, Benjamin Simon will
r the invocation.
The Fust Annual Journal will
iven to members at the din-
ner.
Officers to be installed are:
1 I Harold Lebow: 1st
vice president. Phil Gouz; 2nd
; sident, Michael VYein-
traub; rding secretary, Mrs.
Woloshyn; corresponding
etary, Mrs. Lillian Newman;
and financial secretary, Mrs.
Ruth Reecer.
Board of Directors include:
Nate Becker, chairman, Mrs Yet-
" Gelvan, Mrs. Mary Ann Ber-
Mrs. Grace Goldstein. Jules
Goldman. Joseph Newman. Ben
Bloom. Phil Lyons. Harrv Rose-
man, William Kneapler and Irv-
ing Zitter,
Ladies Auxiliary officers to be
instated are: president. Mrs. Ada
Roseman: vice president. Mrs.
Ann Weintraub; treasurer. Mrs.
Sadye Lebowitz: and secretary,
Mrs. Miriam Strunin.
Plan Summer Camps For
Greater Miami's Youth
Brandeis Auxiliary
The Louis D. Brandeis Auxil-
iary No 199. Free Sons of Israel,
conducted an Initiatory Degree
to new members last r.ight at the
Seacomber Hotel.
l(<-< kcrm.iii
lleails Drive
Barnett Beckerman insurance
executive and vice president of
Miami Beach Lodge, No. 1591.
B'nai B'nth has been appointed
by George J. Talianoff, president,
to head a Lodge drive for 500
new members.
Begun on May 1st, the cam-
paign will terminate Mav 24th.
when the Fifth District Conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges lakes
place ia Baltimore Mary'and.
Assisting Beckerman in the
drive will be Charles Weinberg
and Nat Shuman.
To Attend
Ur other's Rite*
Mr M. J. Kopelowitz le.t Mon-
day morning by plane for Holly-
wood. California, to attend the
funeral services of h.s brother.
Dr. Jonas C. Kopelowitz. who
passed away earlv Sunday.
A native of St. Louis. Dr. Kopel-
owitz practiced medicine there for
--> yean before moving to Cal-
ifornia where he continued work-
' ing in his profession for 15 vears
prior to his demise.
Services were on Wednesday.
. Dr Kopelowitz is survived by his
1 wife Evelyn; brothers, Jim.
Charles. Sol and Joseph; and a
sister, Etta.
Plans for serving an estimated
6f>0 c I ildren from 5 to 12 years of
age in home camps throughout
Greater Miami are hearing com-
pletion, it was an-ounced here
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center through its
newly appointed executive direc-
tor. Eiraim Gale.
Registration Day will soon be
i announced, it was also reported,
and youngsters wi!1 then be as-
d a place in the camp pro-
grams that have become a com-
munity feature during the past
s. offering a rich variety of
healthful, enjoyable and creative
tivities to local children," Gale
said,
Special program highlights
planned for the season include
swimming instruction and nature
lore and crafts. In addition, ac-
tivitias will include clay work,
paper construction, f.ne arts,
ringer painting, folk dancing,
music, drama, ath'etics and edu-
I catio al trips and picnics.
"As always." Gale explained,
"Xpert supervision will be pro-
vided by trained staff members,
and counselors will be carefully
lected for maturity, under-
standing of child behavior and
program skills. Size of groups
will b limned to afford children
rmx.mu.-r individual attention
and greatest opportunities for
happy, constructive group hv-
MfS. Grossinger To
Discuss Music Sunday
IT' Contribution Of Jewish
Moth rs I- The Field Of Music
the subject of a discus-
sion on Harold Shapiro's radio
program, >'eo,-..>'s Problems, Sun-
JjfcUtt. 1:15 p.m.. sU-
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
i- Grossinger The inter-
view is arranged by Miss Ruth
n chairman of the Music
Week Committee here.
The camps will be located at
the Town Branch. 450 SW [6th
Avenue, and Beacn Branch, Io3o
Bav Road, of the Gn ater Miami
Jewish Communitv Center, and
!at the Flagler-Oranada Jewisn
I Community Crnter, 50 NW 51st
j'"lace.
Chairman of the Centra. [
|Camp Committee is Mrs. Leon
'Kaplan. Mrs. Sylvia Freed, Mrs.
Leon Sheiner and Mrs A
I hen are local camp committee
chairmen.
Phil Seligman is the stafl
bar acting as Home Cam;
dinator and wi 1 due
lei-Granada Camp, witn
Sharr.is and Mrs. Thelma li-
as directors of the Town and
Beach Camps, respectively^____
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1
FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1952
Art Patrons Launch
Jacobson Show
Greater Miami art enthusiasts
recently launched the premiere
of u one-man art show by Charles
R. Jacobson, non-objective paint-
er.
Staged in the main corridor of
the Bombay Hotel, the cocktail
prevue drew visitors from \nrb\
art and music circles. In .addition
to such well-known figures as
Eve Tucker, portrait artist Fran/
Josef von Bolinger, Marian L
Craig, Myrtle Taylor Bradford,
art patron Mrs. Charmine Lan-
taff,-Mr. and Mrs. Bert Collar
and author William Van Narvig
guests included Mrs. Jennie Gros'
fJenisti F/cridfian
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Airs. I<>so ii To
llVad <>abl<*s
H'nai irritli
Mrs. Sidney Posen will tuke
iver the president's twvcl of the
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women
during installation ceremonies at
a luncheon on Wed:esday, May
14th, 12:30 p.m., in Jonesy's Res-
taurant.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
P' ter Glazer, a Philadelphia
B'nai B'rith past president and
current Council representative of
the Ar.ti-Dcfa.T.ation League.
Other new officers are the Mes-
dames Herman Brenner, Henry
Ehrenkranz and Al Lozoff, vice
presidents; Nathan Schwartz,
treasurer; Wil'iam Epstein, finan-
cial secretary; Sol Rappaport, re-
cording secretary; Selmar Lazar,
corresponding secretary; Reuben
Traven, historian; William Hech-
ler, parliamentarian; and Sidney
Suss, monitress.
A board of 16 elected members
will also be installed. Initiation
of new members for the year
1951-52 will be held during the
ceremonies.
Charles R. Jacobson
singer, Maria Marcy, Judge and
Mrs. Clemen J. Ehrlich. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Spielman, Miss Ruth
C. Brotman, Miss Florian Ray-
mond, Mrs. Sondra Wolf, Miss
Sondia Palmer and her Manhat-
tan guest Miss Morlun Clarke,
Miss Mabel Keats, Miss Ruth J.
Schalfner, Miss Rose Shapiro, of
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mrs. Rae
K. Levin, Mr. and Mrs. William i
f "tauh rir. and Mrs. Jerry
Hagen and Fred K. Shochet.
.- _o u^iciiuiiig the premiere
were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huoer-
man, Mr. and Mrs. David Jacob-
son, parents of artist Charles R.
Jacobson, Miss Elsa Alyza Tern- I
pie, Mrs. Bea Jaffer, Mrs. Yola I
Yoss, Mrs. J. E. Leicher, Dr. and i
Mrs. Leo Wool, Mr. and Mrs. Al- ]
fred N. Hoffman, the William
Obermans, the Bernard H. Saun-
ders, with their daughter, Mar-
jorie, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Maehtey, Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Mitchell Weiser, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Hertzon, the Ber-
nard M. Goodmans and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Winkleman.
Others viewing the opening
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer,
[Sydney Greer.e, New Yorkers
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lehrer and
I Mr. and Mrs. Nat Barrows.
Paul Ciller Killed
In Israel Sunday
Thirty-ore year old Paul Ciller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ciller.
1220 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, was killed last Sun-
day in an auto accident in Israel.
The Miami Beach High School
graduate was an energetic sup-
poiter oi the new Jewish state
and following thrj War of Libera-
tion went to Israel to assist in
the pioneering program there. It
was announced early this week
that his body will be returned
here for services.
The repoit of Ciller's death
said that the ardent Zionist was
killed when a panel truck in
which he was riding to Haifa
was struck by a train. The cable
came from Medad Schiff, of Tel
Aviv, on the heels of another
from Mrs. Golda Myerson, Secre-
tary of Labor for the Israel Gov-
ernment.
During World War II. Giller
served in the Pacific Theater.
His campaigns included the
sphere from the Bismark archi-
pelago to Japan. With the 5th
Borrber Command, he received
a Victory Medal, the Philippine
Liberation Medal and a special
certificate of merit from General
H. H. Arnold.
A native of Jacksonville, he
moved here with his family in
1934. He was a student at the
University of Florida and re-
ceived his degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami following the
war.
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The dedication of a monument
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Rabbi Irvine Lehrman officiat-
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by his wife, Eleanor; two sons,
I Barry and Larry; his mother,
Kate; two sisters, Vivian Feuer
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FRIDAY. MAY 9. i952
Mrs. Lewis Pomerantz was
elected presiden* of the State
Secretarial Association during
the recent 48th Annual State
Session of the Grand Tempi*
o: Floriaa. Pythiar. Sisters.
Secretary of RoosereU Temple
No. 33 here, she was given
a loving cud ty Mrs. Agnes
Rogers. Grand Secretary cf th-3
S:a;?. Shown above is Mrs.
Lewis Erooks. Most Excellent
Chi t of Rcosevelt Ter-p e. re-
Ceiring the cur :rrr.: Mrs.
Pcrr.erar.tz. in behalf cf thi
Tempi* fo.- having attained
the greatest percentage of
membtrship :-.crea:-s :r. Flor-
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*Jewisti tlcrktiaui
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Milton Malakoff Honored At Testimonial
Luncheon For Bond Leadership Here
turns and fund raising capacities
in the National W:ir Fund, the
Nl ''' Vork Ji ish Federation, the
New York Pharmaceutical Coi>
I ich he was execu-
tive secretary, and the New York
State Independence Retail Mer-
Milton S. Malakoff, area man-
ager '>: Cie American Financial
and I3 vclopment Corporation for
Israel, was honored last week, at
a Surprise Testimonial Luncheon
held in the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. Members of the
Greater Miami Committee for chants Association.
Bonds of Israel Government pre- Malakoff is a graduate of the
sented him with an engraved desk j University of Washington He is
pen sr-t in recognition of his work a member of Zeta Beta Tau fra-
dunng the first year of the Bond ternity. and a member of then-
Campaign here- M national public relations commit-
As area manager. Malakoff di- > mittee. he is also member of the
rects the sale of Israel Bonds in ;public Relations Society of Amer-
the area from West Palm Beach ica.
through Key West. Although
credit for bor.ds sold to visitors
of Florida's Gold Coast
their home
He lives with his wife, Betty,
who is administrative secretary of
MM.CSE ;Smple "etn Sholom. and his son.
the nation. 73g mh g^, ^S ^each
PlJ*!" Goodman, chairman The Malakoffs daughter, Mari-
ILaI^uZ ^1Bmi.^mmiVtr' on- wiU graduate from Reed Col-
said at.the lurcheon: Milton Ma-nege in Portland, Oregon, this
lakoffs unceasing efforts and in-|year. They plan to attend the
spired direction helped immeas-1 june 8th commencement exercises
urably in mobolizing the lay lead- and return at the end of the
ership of our community behind i month. Miss Malakoff will then
the new concept of State of Is-; continue with graduate studies at
rael Bonds Columbia University in New
Tribute also was paid to Mala- York,
koff by Semour B. Liebman,
chairman of the Council of Or-
ganizations, and by Mrs. Harry
G< rsten, chairman of the Women's
Division. Mrs. Hyman Stuart
Kaplan, bond chairman of Hadas-
sah; Saul Ashhenaszky, bond
chairman of Farband; Abraham
Monis. bond chairman of Work-
mi ti's Circle: and Mrs. Malakoff
were present at the luncheon.
Also honored at the meeting
were Mrs. Mary Roscnthal and
Shir'ey Gerstein. oxplovees of the
bond office who have worked
throughout the first year.
Malakoff cam to ins present
position after five years' service
as director of public relations for
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation. He formerly was director of
public relations of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Among other positions he held
were the posts Of managing editor
of the Jewish Tribune and direc-
tor ot the cnmivuniiy appeal of
tre Brooklyn Red Crowi, ,
"- -w served i:: public reln-
M ember Talks
Uiahliaht Heaeh
I ini'ft- Meet
gular monthly meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge, No, 1591.
B'nai B'rith, will be held Wvd-
nesdaj eve ing, May [4th, 8:30
p.m.. al the Hibiscus Lodge Audi-
torium.
The meel ng will be highlight-
ed by th. Men bership Commit-
tee, with Barnett Beckerman,
vice president of the Lodge, act
in. Sas:a Leonofi
will also appear on the program.
Ml Hen Lebow, newly elect-
ed president of the Auxiliary.
will be guest of the Lodge.
George Ta ian !;' will preside.

Milton Malakoff standing, 3rd from right) receives an engraved desk pen from Dr. Morris
Goodman. Shown looking on are 'standing from left to right) Saul Ashkenacy, Jacob Fishman.
Seymour B. Liebman and Abraham Morris. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Peggy Kaplan.
Shirley Gerstein. Mrs. Ma If koff, Mrs. Harry Gerrten and Mrs. Mary Rosen thai.
Plan Young
Zionist Meet
For itautona
Plans have been formulated
for the annual Florida State
Young Zionist Conclave, an-
nounced Harry J. Sonz, chair-
man of the Zionist Youth Com-
mission.
The conclave wii1 be held the j
weekend of May 23rd through ;
25th. in the Daytona Beach area. |
Members of Junior Hadassah,
Young Zionist Districts. IZFA
and Young Judaea Leaders Coun- \
cil from the state of Florida are
expected to attend.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, regional
president of Junior Hadassah,
and Gil Rappaport, chairman of
the Young Zionist District tor
the Southeastern Region, are co-
chairmen of the event Working
with them on the conclave are
".-... oerchs, Eddie Oka, Charma
! Cohen, Dave Goodwin, ph>;lli*
j Goldman. Al Fin^l-r'"' Flor,"
lenrp cu '-" "-ec Walters. Earl;
Lowenstein, .Miriam Scheinberg >
and Sy Friedman, director of the I
Zionist Youth Commission.
The next meeting of the plan-!
ning committee wi'I take place;
Wednesday, May 14th, 8:30 p.m., |
at the home ol Gil Rappaport,
1121 8th Street. Miami Beach.
West Miami Center
Holds Dinner, Social
A Mother's Day Dinner and
Social will take place Sunday
afternoon, from 4 to 7 p.m., with
men of the West Miami Jewish
Center acting as cooks and wait-
ers.
The affair will feature barbe-
cued chicken and trimmings.
Plans are being made to accom-
odate some 400 persons. Ben
Harris and Irving Finn are co-
chairmen of the affair.
Coral Gables Sisters Nominate Officers
The Coral Gauies Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood has nominated of-
ficers for the coming year. Th1
slate includes:
The Mesdamcs Sam Schulc-
fand, president; Sam Goodman,
1st vice president; Meyer A. Bas-
I kin. 2nd vice president; Abe W.
Harris, recording secretary: Her-
man Fisher, corresponding secre-
tary: Henry Levy, assistant cor-
responciirg secretary; Sol Hal-
pert, financial secretary: Herbert
Braun. treasurer: Lee Elman,
par'aimentarian: Allen Bern-
stein, historian: and Morry Hor-
witz. counselor.
Honorary members of the
Board are Mrs. Irvine Gersten-
; feld and Past President Mrs.
Morris Skop.
Ahavas Israel Party
A special party for pupils of !
the Ahavas Israel Hebrew and j
Sunday Schools will take place
on Sunday morning. May 11th.
in conjunction with Lag B'omer.
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+Jewish ncrMtian
FRIDAY, MAY 9.
THAT MAN was here againKit Reals' brother Halwho
lives the seemingly debonair life we all envy. Over the weekend,
in between swings at his caddy (or whatever you do at golf) he
decied to catch a plane for Miami, and did. arriving here in golf
togs straight off the Chicago tees. He k'aeps clothes in various
points of the compass. Nearest kit here was his Fort Lauderdale
home .
T'other night, the Virginian restaurant was bursting with
friends, rivals and what-have-you stowing away griddle-cakes un-
til time to sound in on the Paul Kir.gs'ey disc-jock program .
Sam Beneckson was jotting down names and distinctions on pink
paper slips he constantly passed to Mr. K. at the mike Primarily,
the place was loaded with politicos malting Custer's last stand for
votes .
Not merely a welcome relief there from the overall political
palaver, but of keen interest in his own right was Dr. Frederic
Lachman. in the party of Bess Nelson, petite Mrs. Lachman radi-
ant in blue, and Abe So'osko. Dr. Lachman disclosed he was a
mite timorous about "miking" a public appearance in English
following his concentrated Latin-American tour where l'espagnol
flows considerably easier, with him But the confession was
truly one of academis modesty a rare enough ingredient in this
vocal area for of course he captured everyone's attention, in-
slar.tly. Forks stayed arrested in mid-air until he'd finished .
His listeners that evening included Jay Perhr.utter. S. E. Ros-
i use. stunning Sondra Wolf with her "husband Arnie ... Ed
Mayhe's about to be a double-feature, what with his nightly
} aying at the Pavilion, and his star-role for Ungar Buick's 33rd
anniversary festivities Milwaukee's x-ray gal. Rose Shapiro
left Tuesday morning with Mom after visiting Harold since
January Sadye Nathanalways vivid in some clever hairdo.
r that eve, she'd woven a fuchsia veil about a side topknot .
<"...! Gardner Leonard Tobin.
Leonard revealed that an opposition disc-jock had sourlv growl-
ed ver the Miami Beach High school-kids built into phone-squads
fur Tobin's election on "Good Government" grounds. "They71 be
political hacks," sneered the disc, "by the time they're 19."'
But if Gerald Buxbaum (he's the one who phoned me twice)
ever is perverted into a "political hack", I hope I live so lone .
SPECIAL:
The many dear friends of Rae K. Levin can address her, until
May 15th. in cere of E. P. Renier 'her sister's home) at 1429 S.
151h Avenue. May wood. 111. Last week, her older son. Air Force
Li. William Ralph Levin, was killed in a highway accident near
Tallahassee. He was 23 one of her two wonderful boys ... I
got the news Saturday night and it sirriDly shattered me. I phoned
Chicago at once to try to r'aach her. but the plane with its military
escort had.i't yet landed She's legal stenographer in the Harold
Turk office.
MEMBERSHIP MEETING of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' As-
tion is slati M nte i' rlo this Saturday. 10 a.m. Bv-
make it andati ry that the entire membership approve the
recent changi I is new name Prime discussions will center
on specific zoning violations On oceanfront land, and in the 41st |
Street ana There, petitions are waving like {lags'.
Brilliant Dorothy Eilen has been appointed chief of staff in the
Callahan and Stuzin accountants' firm Glowing over her trip
i Europe is Faye Nye, whose apartment walls are now hung with
. ffective paintings she brought back from Pans.- You probably met
hei when she was social director at the Casablanca .
When a stray parrakeet fluttered in to light on the Bombay
Hotel cabanas, it was promptly baptizedwhat else?"Bomboy."
Incidentally, the Bombay's the hottest thing on New York's top
leevve. with a vacation gimmick .
Another swell Sylvia in Our Town: Sylvia Eisenherg, who
can".e here 18 years ago and managed the New York bakery until
illness terminated almost all her activity .
Trixie Levin, a former professional I hear, wrote the skit,
'Meeting with Music" tor the Women's Auxiliary. Mt. Sinai pro-
gram Latest booster for th's pol'en-free air: Janice Kent .
Retired dentist now a happy resident here with his wi.'e is Dr. Max
Benjamin. He's a dyed-in-the-wool art patron, also, and made it a
point to get to the Charles R. Jacobson one-man show of abstrac-
tions, before it clos'as the end of the week Rather hungrily he
studied them all, then admitted he had his own one-man collection
he was wondering what to do withetchings he'd bought from an
artist he'd sponsored. How many? Time out to gasp: 60.
Unique art note projected two days ago carr.e from a bank.
Okay, so there's nothing like banking on art! Anyway, the Miami
Beach Federal, .,t the "1st Street branch, invited Jacobson to '^how''
a canvas with them, and that's how come you depositors, arriving
with fistfuls of cash, can feast your eyes on an original.
IMPORTANT QUOTE from Gershon Agron: "Freedom is
never bought at a bargain counter." This he stated at the premiere
of "Faithful City". Despite the weak story-line and the artificial
climaxes, this film retains tremendous power as a competing
documentary. What bothers me is the unresolved conflict on
which the story presumably begins. So who wins? Sam, the
American, who handles kids tough, and matter-of-factly, or the
ex-Viennese grocer who believes in a gentle indulgence? This
op":ns as an issue, gets itself buried somewhere in the footage .
I Selevan, Ben Wed;
To Reside More
Miss Sylvia Lynda Selevan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Selevan. 1834 Mridian Av-
enue, was married to Arthur Ben.
son of Mr. and Mrs Max Ben. 3190
SW 19th Terrace, list April 6th.
The ceremony took place at the
[home of the bride's Lrother. Dr.
Sol Selevan. 4430 Prairie Avenue.
Xewlwed Mis. Ben wore an in-
formal silver-gray taffetized
Chantung street-length gown
trimmed in pink. Her veil was at-
tached to a pink Cloche.
Irvine Goldstein was best man.
Maid of honor was Carol Katz-
man.
Tlie bride graduated from the
University of Miami and was
treasurer and vice president of
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. She is
now connected with the Dade
County School system.
Mr. Ben graduated from the
University of Miami. Registrar
for the Charen Williams Commer-
cial College, he was in the armed
service overseas tor 3'a years.
The couple will honeymoon in
Mexico and make their residence
in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harding, of 601 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gabies
will be honored tonight. 8:15 p.m., by the Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jawish Center. The Hardings are celebrating their 50th
wedding anniversary. Originally from River Head. Long hlsnd
they are the parents of Louis and Jacob Hardirg and Florence
Goldman, of River Head. Mr. and Mrs. Harding will present 500
blocks to be used for the naw addition to the Center buildinq now
being erected. a
Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Kwvplion To
Folio u- Wt'ssan
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Maurice S. Wesson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Wesson, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at "
Beaeii Jewish Centci
Natalie Friedman Weds Irwin Ross Here;
Bride Attired In Chantilly Lace down
The marriage of their daugh-.orchid on a Bible,
ter, Natalie Joan, to Irwin Arthur Maid of honor was Miss Bar
Ross, son of Mrs. Ruth Rosenz- bara Behren. attired in shell nink
weig, Brooklyn, and the late tulle with attached should,- cov"
Michael Rosenz weig has been'ering. The bridesmaids, in aoua
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 'gowns, were the Misses Rit Rr,
ert W. Friedman, 2221 SW 14th enzweig. the bridegroom's sifter
ouL .. ^Brooklyn: Lenore Liebn.an. ,.f
Rabbi Manus Ranson official- Chicago; Li!a Cowan: ana -
ed at the ceremony held last
Sunday in the Monte Carlo Ho-
tel.
Tie bride was attired in a
strapless gown of satin and chan-
lev Gerstein.
Norman Ross, of Brooklyn, the
bridegroom's uncle, u.
mar. Ushers were Stanlev Kuz-
netz. Brooklyn: Leonard K
r.?w York: Leonard Fried
Louisville, the bride's br
and StanTord Golub, Cleveland.
Dinner in the hotel followed
rae ct remony. Folio win* *
ding trig tfj.i'in new York.
To Fete Independence
The Israelite Cnt( r will
brate Israels 4th anniversary o.
independence on Monday even-
ing, 8 p.m. Program chairman is
Dave Granat. ^^_^_
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Personally Speaking I
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg, of the Strath Haven Hotel
and granddaughter. Michele Lazar, left for Denver, Colorado. I
where they will visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Fox.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Bulbin, of 151 NW 87th Street, an-
nounce the birth of their daughter, Laura Anne. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin, of Miami. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freed, of Minneapolis, Min-
nesota.
* *
Martin Lazar, of the Strath Haven Hotel, and daughter, Fran-
ces Anne, left for New York, where they will visit his family, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rosenberg.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck, of 2331 SW I9th Street, enter-
tained 20 guests at dinner last Friday, honoring their nephew
and niece who were recently married in Forest Hills, Long Is-
land. The couple are honeymooning at Miami Beach.
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Dweres, Brumcr
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dweres,
of 1849 James Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Dorothy, to
Mayer Brumer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Brumer, Kingston, New
York.
Miss Dweres was graduated
from Miajm Beach Senior High
School and attended Syracuse
University.
Mr. Brumer was graduated
from Kingston High School ar.d
Syracuse Law School. He is a
member of the New York Bar
and the Rota Legal Society.
The couple plan an early June
wedding.
Shown above are members of the Miami Beach Symphonette as they appeared eX tin ait premiere
performance last Wednesday evening. William T. Reivo. guest conductor, stands before the or-
chestra composjd of some 45 musicians. Major work was Joseph Haydn's Symphony in D major
'Salomon No. 2).
Joint Installation
The Annual Installation of the
Beth David Sisterhood, PTA and
Mer.'s Club will take place on
Sunday, May 25th, 7 p.m., at the
De'ano Hotel.
Miami ii'nai
H'rith Women
Meet Here
new'y organized B'nai B"rith
Women of Miami met last night
at the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. Mrs. Harvey Her-
man presided.
A Mother's Day Program was
arranged by Mrs. Meyer Forer.
Others in charge were the Mes-
dames Nathan Spiegelman, Mur-
ray Lazarus, Abe Aror.owitz and
Philip Coe.
Mrs. Bernard Tytell revealed
I plans for a Smorgasbord and
Card Party to be held here soon.
Junior Hadassah Party
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a party at the
home of Jo Ann Shier, 1236 SW
21st Terrace, tomorrow evening,
May 10th, 8:30 p.m.
Lawrence Windsor To Be Bur Mitzvah
Lawrence Paul. sbr. of Mr. and j Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving
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+Jenist> Flcric/ian
FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1952
Rabbis View Mother's Day
Rabbi Ever Discusses
Disqualified Priests
Friday evening services of the
Ahavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Install PTA Officers At
Beth Sholom Service
Religious Education:' Reservoir
Of Mental Health, will be the
r, ,.' ~"ZTZ~i II isubject Byron Aw ue, Miami Beach, will ,.,.,,', by R.,b,,. ,,.,, Kronish dur.
ing Friday evening services of
be at 6:30 p.m. A Kabbalut Sab-
ath will follow at 6:45 p.m.
Disqualified Priests will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered during Saturday morning
-i rvices at 9 a.m.. by Rabbi Isaac
Ever. Canter Aareele Bloom will
i hant the liturgy.
The Rabbi will continue his
discussions on The Savings Of
i Fathers at 5:30 p.m. Min-
cha is scheduled for 6 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv
will conclude the Sabbath.
Beth Sholom, Chase
and 41st Street, at 8:15
Downtown Synagogue
Fi iday i venuii g set vices of the
Downtown Synagogue, 135 NW
3rd Av< mil', will he at 6:30 p.m.
Sat in-day morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Daily
services are at H a.m.. and at 6
p.m.
Donald Gache Bar Mitzvah
At Kneseth Israel Service
Kmseth Israel Congregation,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami
North Shore Jewish Center
The North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, Dickens Avenue and 75th
Street, wil hold late Friday even-*
. will hold Fiiday evening ing services at 8:18 p.m.
Temple
Avenue
p.m.
Newly-elected officers and Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Board members of the I'TA will
sei via s at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
bi Abraham Casse] officiating, as-
sisted by Cantor Abraham Seif.
The Bar Mitzvah of Donald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Gache, will
take place at that time.
A class in Jewish Ethics will be j Harry Simonhoff To Discuss
The Rabbi will speak on tltW
Portion o the Law, and Cantor
l.i o Urli.h will chant during.
Saturday morning services which
1). gin at 8:45 a.m. Junior Congi
gation services are sehedu'ed for
11:15 am
Robert Cicero To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Beth David
Friday evening services of the
Beth. David Congregation, 2625
SW 3rd Avenue, will be con-
ducted at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate assisted
. y the Beth David Student Choir
the direction "i Mis Jack
Donnersts
Subject mon to ; i
d by the Rabbi is scheduled
.-,- Mothi I.- ai Stop W An
will follow. !
: ngt ill by Mi. and Mrs
m honor >' their
B
Pin ii morning serv-
[9 Bai M ah of
t c II take pi ice.
duled
Shalos
Bert S host.
be formally consecrated and in-
stalled at that time.
Saturday morning services will
be at 10:45 a.m. A Mother-Child
Luncheon will follow in the Ban-
quet Hall.
Maariv Ends Sabbath
At Beth Tfilah Congregation
Friday evei ing services of Oon-
I.ate Friday evening services of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
O mmunitv Center, 50 NW 51st
Place, will be at 8:30 p.m., with
Reverend Leo Heim ofticiating.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services are
held at 9 a.m. Daily services are
at 8 a.m. '
held at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m.. under
the sponsorship of B. Fine and A.
Posnei.
Oneg Shabbat Ends Sabbath
gregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Enclid i For children At Academy
Avenue, will be eld at 6:30 p.m. ^^ pven ^^ *.
Services for Saturday morning
will be at 8:30 a.m. During the
I morning service. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky will speak on the sub-
ject. Purpose Oi Education.
At 5 p.m., the Rabbi will speak
i e Portion of the week.
Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Daily morning services are at
7:30 a.m.. followed by a class in
Mishnah. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m..
l ill lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
Daily morning services are at
7:30 a.m., followed by a class in
Mishnah. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m..
followed by a class in Jewish
I. IWS and Customs.
the
Hebrew Academy, 9186th
Street, Miami Beach, will be at
6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat for children will follow
at 3:30 p.m., under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. and Mrs. David Seid.
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m..
with Shalos Seudos following.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.,
Congregation Beth El
f Con-
-'.' 171

th
will
A i ... n T:
,1
-
Schedule Junior Service
At Zcmora Jewish Center
/. Center. 44
Avei i' il G
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Michael Rosenfeld To Be
Bar Mitzvah At Gables
Friday evening services of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Avenue, will be at 8:15
p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiating. Cantor Irving Robinson
will chant the liturgy, and Ste-
p] en Kcssler will direct the Con
gregational singing.
The Rab! i will bless the 40 new
v ho have recently join-
ed the ( longn gation as a result of
hip Drive headed by
J San Silvei Mr, and Mrs
!; g will be honored by
luring the Ones
llowing, in honor of
iding anniversary.
morning serv-
ed ai 1. son of
Rosenfeld,
i h .A Kid-
vice spon-
Mitzvah's par-
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30p.m. Serv-
ices are scheduled to be conduct-
i d by Nate Becker and A. Fraid-
lin. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low.

Young Israel Synagogue
". '.
I C

Oni

: : 9
Rabbi Honig Airs Challenge
Of Rabbinate At Hollywood
Tl e Challenge of The Rabbin-
ale, will be the subject of a ser-
mon to be delivered bv Rabbi Ja-
cob J. Honig during Friday even-
ing services of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood, 2030
Polk Street, at 8:30 p.m.
The service will be dedicated
to the Hollywood Jewish Youth
Sabbath and will be conducted
by the Center Teenagers. Guest
soloist will be Mis. Hail i. Wag
ner. Cantor Mordechal Haalman
will chant the liturgy.
Saturday n orning and Junior
Congregation services are sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m. Daily services
are at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center
The In lite Center, 3198 SW
24th Terrace M i will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p m.
Saturday morning si rvices are
I for 9 i m., with Rabbi
Sai hs discussing the
Weekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
follow, d by Shalos S. iidos.
Rabbi Lehrman Views Women
Of Valor At Beach Service
A Woman Of ValorWho Can
Find, will be the subject of a
sermon to be delivered by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman during Friday
evening services of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. 1701 Wash-
ington Avenue, at 8:30 p.m.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir under the direction
of Robert Strassburg.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m., at which
time the Bar Mitzvah of Maurice,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wes-
son, and Lawrence Paul, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Windsor, will
take place. The RabbT will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.
A Bible class is scheduled for
5 p.m.. tollowed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily serices are in the Cha-
pel at 8 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m.
Indian Jews At Service
Rabbi Joseph R. rTarot will con-
duct Fridav evening services of
Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th Street,
at 8:30 p.m.
Harry Simonhoff, recently re-'
turr.cd from a Near Eastern tour,
will discuss: The Jews In India.
Questions will follow the talk. A
reception will conclude the serv-
ice.
Cantor Kelemer Chants
Liturgy At Hebrew School
Fridav evening services of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. 1101 SW 12th Avenue,
will be at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Si-
mon April will discuss the Week-
ly Portion, with Cantor Berele
Kelemer chanting the liturgy.
A Mishna class will be held at
5:30 p.m., followed by Mincha,
Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Reverend Goldberg Officiates
At Tifereth Israel Center
Saturday morning services will
be held at the Tifereth Israel
Northside Center, 6500 North Mi-
ami Avenue, at 9 a.m.
' Reverend George Go'dberg will
officiate. Appropriate responsive
readings for Mother's Day will
be included in the service. Rever-
end Goldberg is scheduled to dis-
cuss the Portion of the Week.
North Dade Jewish Center
The N irth Dade Jewish Center.
13630 West Dixie Highway, will
hold services Friday evening at
8:15 p.m.
Joseph Rosenfeld lias arranged
special services to !>. conducted
bv the vouth of the Centei. huh-
onng wisher's Day. The services
will he i'imau.,.,1 i)V i,a catz.
Arnold Schecter will asn.
Recitations will be given by
Howard Decker. Alvin Joseph
Marow and Phyllis Cohen. A Ser-
mon He. Motherhood. The Light
i Of The Nation, will be delivered
by Helen Catz. The Benediction
will I e by Mona Geller.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apfel-
nd Mr. and Mrs Bernard
Catz will be hosts and host) -> -
at an Oneg Shabbat followii g, in
honor "I their wedding anniver-
saries.
Kalish Family Hosts Oneg
Shabbat At West Miami
Early Friday services of the
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
SW 17th Street, will be held at
6:30 p.m. Late services will take
place at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman officiating.
Jeremiah Ben-Jacob, Israeli
born author and journalist, will
be guest speaker Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kalish will be hosts at
the Oneg Shabbat following.
During Saturday morning serv-
ices, 9 a.m.. William, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Klein, will be-
i ome Bar Mitzvah.
Late Saturday afternoon serv-
ices start at 5 p.m. Rabbi Wax-
man will coi tinue his talks on
Ethics oi the Fathers. Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Weiner will be
hosts of the Shalos Seudos.
Air Jewish Holy Days
At Beth Jacb Service
Congregation Beth Oiw*- "
3n W.ajfti.-ry evening services at
6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. with Rab-
bi Muses Mescheloff discussing:
Jewish Holv Day!
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. T e
Rabbi will speak on the Portion
of the Week.
Beth Tfilah Sisters
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
will hold a supper at the S\
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Beach, on Sunday evening. May
25th. 6 p.m.
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(f. MAY 9, 1952
Fleischer
ead Emma
Hrus Chapter
fcnn i..-i/;ii us Chapter,
Wth. will install its now
and Hi. iid ii embers at
Richter Hotel, Miami
on Sunday, M,,y 11th, 6
^-fers who wiil assume their
presid.ni; Annette Jakub-
ce president; Mildred
[ov, 2nd vice president; Tina
rr, treasurer; Pauline Kurn,
ial treasurer: Mildred
^ recording secretary;
Horowitz, corresponding
Ivelyn Brown, histor-
tolieity; and Mina Lit-
parliamcntai ian.
(s Edith Simmons, outgoing
rit, will serve as monitor.
rd members include the
J Annette Reinie, Rose Fox,
Kman, Edith Schwartz,
tty Robbn, k d
'lie Cohen.
hairman uf the alfair is Miss
I Horowitz, w t): Mrs. Mor-
Hpper acting as co-chairman.
Mtte Jakub: "ii :.- in clr,ri;o
ervatinns. Installing otfic-
S Mrs. A. Frank Wellins.
H Guest speaker will be George
alianoff. .Special guests include
pe Meidan-.es Harry Kaulman,
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Swarthout Reception
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, in conjunction
with members of the University's
Symphony Club, will hold a re-
ception honoring Miss Gladys
Swarthout following her solo ap-
pearance on Sunday evening May
11th, at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
It4'|iilili<-aiis Meet
Here Tomorrow
A Fourth Congressional District
Meeting of the registered Repub-
lican voters comprising Dade and
Monroe Counties will be held at
the Dade County Auditorium, to-
morrow afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
Iwo delegates and their respec-
tive alternates to the National
Convention of the Republican
Party will be chosen at that time.
Nineteen delegates and their
alternates representing t h e
Fourth Congressional District in
the State Convention scheduled
for May 24th, in Orlando's San
Juan Hotel will also be held.
Pallot Talks Here
E. Albert Pallot, attorney and
civic leader, was guest speaker
of the Miami Beach Apartment
Association at its regular month-
ly membership meeting last
night. Subject of Pallot's talk
was: What The Apartment As-
sociation Can Do For Your Com-
munity.
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Jenisfi ftcridfiauv
FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1952
Lt. Levin Killed
Near Tallahassee
Lt. William Ralph Levin, i I
- Air Force, ;. Miami
B( ch H:.-.' Si
.... sity
. _, _. Hinrv \v ... and David WU-
,;:;1"- w .....- tint : M H .
in an I neai s. hool, w n winni i I I sixth
ad anrui i: -
aped death in the rash ol s< 5' :" : bv 3 oIem Lod|
I ly Air
Bas. Valdc sta,
Lt. Levin and
:. >m the bun
Forer, Willing Take McCarty, Odham In Runoff May 27th
First Place In B'nai ........ """
B rlth Contest
H' a B'ritl
F a tie- cumbert's 2'i.704. In other races,
(Continued from Page 1 A) ^tendant of Education's race when
if J. B Sonny Henderson's 31.- he garnered 70,522 votes as op-
604. 'I: rd was Claude C. High posed to Tom Bailey's 210.663.
with total <>i 12.587. Kelly and Runoffs will settle the Railroad
!'. lerson will v.e in the runoff Commissioner*! spot between
U 27th Richard Maek (131,811) and Tom
Si peril nl < !' Schools Ferguson (88.424). Apoarent vic-
Ji! s T Wil on's bid (or re- tor in the Supreme Court race
nop. ,1 by W. R. is B. K. Roberta with 181.371
Thomas, principal of Miami Sit.- votes over his opponent. Halley
ior High School, when Thomas Lewis' 80.127. v-f.cn 922 pre-
ved Til 778 votes to the in- cincts reported.
- the sol
sui sh.Lt La vir
.: |y A
is wrings al
Ti xas.
Patrol report-
t the 23-j
is driving 1 I
City. 1 e he was
t Tyi
5 Lt. Doi
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Mrs. J ("
Milton Vi'i is; and Joseph L.
Plummer won new terms on the
i W< iss received 41.-
288 t1 es 28.1 nt for his op-
oonent, s G. Schneider, Miami
Beach optometrist. Plummer at-
i 4 i,027 to 30.7fi3 for his
they wil
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Runners-ups in the finals were
Boyd i I SI erly Hiott, of
. n H Rh Sir. k>1. The
DvlUi Phi Epsilon
Has Formal
Deita Phi Epsilon sorority of
the University of Miami recently
held its annual spring formal
spor sored by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wolfson at the Westview Country
Club. Mrs. Wolfson is an alumnae
of the sorority.
A cocktail party preceded the
formal dinner and dancing. Miss
Joyce Sussman president, pre-
ISmn'\ -h Group
Meets May 14th '
Mr Gerald P. ol. n%Nt&
president, and Mrs. Burton Yu-
goda, incoming- president; "f2J-
tained old ar.d new board, mem-
bers of the Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, last
Wednesday evening.
The next meeting of the organ-
ization will be held on Wednesday
evening. All y 14th, at the El Com-
irodoro Hotel.
v.' shington, D.C., ipponent, R. B. Terry.
In the State Attorney race.
!2*i I '.-iti'-ts reported a victory
(1 A. Brautigair. with
45.806 vote; as opposed to in-
i u I ent Glen- Mincer's 39.917
and George Nicholas' 13.162.
Brautigam and Mine?.- will f*ce ^nted trophies to the bes* pledge
ea h other in the runoff on Mav aml *he mo^J outstanding active
27th. when Mincer will vie to re- mtjm. Ch^"onf3,wer, I?r'
ta n his office I anfl Mrs Donald Michelson of the
In the County Commissioner's L,.mvt,\''y The Me'-O-Tones BTO-
contcst. Ed Deering was defeated Vl'd.the n?USIC- .
rs and runner-ups received bv Jesse Yarrorough i- District Pledges honored the groups
trophies and the Shol- No. l. Yarborough received 67.- re,wlv initiated members bv an
itizenship trophy, a 549 votes as opposed to Dee> ing's 'nfor>r>al affair held at the Barge
prize, which will remain 19.685. Preston Bird captured Inn Restaurant last Friday. New
in th- siop. of the winning 63.104 votes in District 4 to down {"embers are Sue Berman, Natalie
the coming year. Lucille Von Arx's 37,546 tally fcfVVl A" Schindelman, Tobee
f the winning school In District 5. Grant Stockdaie *ynn tf'^so,n- Audrey Stern
rial lebati was broadcast nosed out Sheppard Broad's 41 b,tcrn and Sylvia Safra. Pledges
e Greater Miami area ovei 381 tallv with 47 704 votes In- r* Prov,ded the entertainment
cumbent Harold Turk received cv Presenting a skit. Chaperones
17.223 votes. A rur.off between we ,r- *nd Mrs Granville Fish-
I er of the University.
-on station WTVJ. Sher-
irt S Weiss, chairman of the
[,.uck S1& Judges Committee, a. ranged the Broad and Stockdaie will decide
ast. Louis F. Snetman, the winner on May 27th.
Lt. L' vin is sui bv his
: -- Mrs H..-. K. Le vin, of
Miami Bi n I Dr Carl S
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irman of the derate, intro-
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esidi nl of Sho'em Lodge who
annourced the winners and pre-
ite d the awards.
Judge s of the final contest were
Seymoui Kaplan, Henry Krystow
and Jackson L- Heters. Judges
in the preliminaries
:. ,i- were Joseph Ehr-
li-. ild Kogan, George Von
Mitchell M Goldman and Robert
Hilsheimer, Leunaid Cardone,
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F i r and Willing won first
n the Dado County Debate
Tournament at thi University of
Miami. They also recently placed
lust in the State Debate Tourna-
:: ent : eld ut the University of
Ir. other runoffs here, John D.
Marsh will face Emmett W. Ke-
hoc for County Solicitor. Marsh
tallied 35.294 votes and Kehoe
38.417. H, M. Rosenhouse, with
12.648. and Earl Waldin, with
13.401. were eliminated.
Incumbent J. N. Newt Lum-
mus will face John Gautier in a
Tax Assessor's runoff. Lummus
garnered 51.526 to Gautire's 45,-
f i'ssi<> Marrutt
Heads 52 iiroup
Elected president of the 52 As-
sociation Auxiliary at a meeting
last Thrsday night in the Saxony
Hotel was Jessie Marcus.
Other officers include Fanny
Robinson, 1st vice president: Em-
ily Herman. 2nd vice president;
I Edna Hillman. 3rd vice president;
039. Ruth Sutton will face Mil- Nettie Lane, corresponding secre-
Fl ida. Th 5 hav won nine de-
I ates during t... past year out of cided with the counting of
en in which they partici- sentee ballots.
ton Krie-dman on May 27th, for
the office of Justice of the Peace
in District No. 3. Mrs. Sutton
tallied 11.955 to Friedman's 5.482
votes, Thelma Hardison, with
11.408 tallies for Constable in the
3rd district, will face either Har-
ry Long (5.429) or Max Singer
(5.402). Runner ud will be de-
ab-
etaiy; Irene Samuels, recording
secretary; Sally Drucker, finan-
cial secretary; and Louise Bush-
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Ineumbent George Rogers
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:an immediately behind Leon-
U1 in the District 5 Con-
- race but 1 cached the sec-
ond primary, robin won favored
ith 3 295 v..tes.
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-d 64.805 votes as op-
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dowrt-, defeat in the Supenn-
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Uw Sorrrnlo Hotel. A dessert
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luncheon honoring mothers will
highlight the program.
Hadassah groups meeting here
on Monday, May 12th, include:
Hannah Senesch, Sea Gull Hotel,
1 p.m.; Henrietta Szold, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, 1:15 p.m..
election and installation; Herzl,
Temple Beth Sholom, 1 p.m., elec-
tion meeting; Israeli, Cromwel!
Hotel, 1:30 p.m.; Menorah, Coral
Gables Jewish Center, 1:30 p.m.;
Mount Scopus, Beth El Congrega-
tion. 1:30 p.m.; Shaloma, Hibis-
cus Lodge, 1:15 p.m., election
meeting, Mrs. Irving Weinstein,
installing officer; Stephen S.
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Jen1st ncridFiatjn
FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1952
I
1

During
The Week.. .a i see
By LEO MINDLIN
It
Two men came to Miami last week for the purpose of advanc-
ing Israel's current drive toward economic freedom. Both are emi-
nent journalists. Both own glowing records of active participation
in the Zionist cause. Both, according to the publicist's trade, wrote
their ardent copy, in the lace of personal danger. One is reported
to have published his newspaper on schedule the day after his
plant was sacked by Arab terrorists.
I spok'a lo Pierre Van Paassen and Gershon Agron, the two
men who came here. I nearly missed Mr. Agron. of the Jerusalem
Post, and hardly counted it a calamity. It sjemed to me that he
could do nothing but echo Mr. Van Paassen's sentiments so far
as the new Jewish state is concerned. Their similarity of back-
giound and their willingness to speak out when speaking out was
considered inept diplomacy-------and at times disadvantageous for
Jewish aimsemphasized my attitude.
I left the Jerusalem Post's publisher in a swirl. His words were
in sharp contrast to the ex-minister's. -He would have none of Van
Paassen's aggressive cynicism and refused to 'be identified with
t < theory that Israel stands isolated and friendless today. Had I
missed speaking with Gershon Agron, I should have remained com-
pletely misled. My interview with him left me in a state of con-
fusion that one so often refuses to recognize. Especially is this true
where acceptable methods for advancing Israel's situation stand
challenged.
when all negative factors, which he superficially glosses, are
I rationally considered. But Agron's attitude does not suffer from
the scabs of chronic idealism. The idealist (like Van Paassen). in
his search for perfection, refuses to accept miniscul'a advances;
he will have everything at onceor nothing.
For this reason, Van Paassen had found himself in the dilemma
of lauding Israel while unconsciously foreseeing its and the world's
doom. For this reason, as an idealist, I suffered with him. For this
reason, before Asron's curious realism which stems from the dip-
lomatic commerce of give and take. I walked away confused.
LEGAL NOTICE
iinblvs 4,nilil Hvheartte* Play
Rehearsals are now under way
tor George Batson's 3-act play,
Hangman s Noose.
Pierre Van Paassen spoke to a crowd of some 5.000 persons
who assembled in Flamingo Park for an Independence Rally. Ear-
lier, he dined rather passively at a small dinner in the Shelborne
Hotel. He seemed affable enough. None of the bravura was apparent
in him that marks the pages of his many books. All through the in-
sufferably long program at the park he sat i^_ o,uiet contemplation.
Or.ce. hi ruse from his seat and went behind stage of the bandshell.
I caught him there as he smoked a cigarette.
His ire was aroused when I mentioned the currently halted
Hague talks regarding German reparation payments. I have only
seen men who are utterly possessed by some ideal similarly ang-
ered. Van Paassen's remarks made the speeches outside, delivered
in the name of the American Palestine Committee, seem shallow
and ineffectual. Ho referred to the Bonn Government in delight-
ful if unprintable terms.
"Y< I, "1 accept them but as a matter of
II en ] urely as a commercial
Only, however, who:-, the German beast will come to
forgiveness can we begin i" consider the
I issues." The words, us and we, seemed to mi
t. The fication with Zion is ap-
mplete.
An unusually tall man. Van Paassen placed his arms about
my shoulder, stooped so that his forehead rested against my own
and proceeded to speak venomously of British and American pas-
sive hostility in the reparations issue. Skirting the problem
quickly, he attacked our Slate Department's obvious Arab sym-
pathies. "How can we expect anything else." he said, "when
Habbi Elmer Berger and his Council for Judaism call Zionism
Fascist ar.d racist, while clinging to the coal-tails of Dorothy
Thompson?"
Van Pi reference was to the recent Washington con-
'" Council When < indful of flinching, fawning
J' ws to und score thi I gotten American allegiance
even 1 I exclusi n <>! recognizing Israel's establishment as an
' I, I mentioned s distaste lor the
' Jewish wi : Christian sympathies which never yielded
ppoir.tment a led travail. The Am< rican
co-spon i the Tuesday ev-
: point. Re| entat vi ol the group were
I el's foun anniversary while
mbiguously and obviously)
: were il r.ot tor tl nittee, certain outstanding members
I tl c ni -Ji munil Id 1 rdly bi pr< enl
I pointedly wondered how lhe Rally might suffer as a result
of their absence and, indeed, begged lo be enlightened about lhe
number and nature of contributions made by lhe American Chris-
tian Palestine Commute and other organizations of its son to-
ward the realization and development of the new state. Van
Paassen framed his answer much later in lhe course of a firey
address. He charged Christendom with 2.000 years of inhumanity
a dangerous generality never qualified but with sufficient his-
toric experience lo bear lhe weight of the attack. He also reiter-
ated his feelings concerning Western apathy and its blind leader-
ship in quasi-Communist areas where positive, democratic leader-
ship was visibly lacking.
, Thl' reaction 1 en's address could be nothing but
staggeringly emotional. Placing upon Israel's shoulders the bui len
beacon-bearer in a w human kind-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 136873-B *
EXCHANGE BL'FFBT, INC,
,i Florida corporation', Plaintiff,
\ i,
EXCHANGE PROPERTIES, INC.
a l lorldo corporation, and
KITTY III^idM, Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mi Li and* by virtu* of, and pumuant
in, that certain Final Decree of fore-
closure and s.ile mad,- and rendered
by the Honorable Marshall < \ Wise-
heart, one ofthe Judges of the above
styled court, in that certain cause
therein pending wherein EXCHANGE
nt'PPET, INC., a Florida corporation,
is plaintiff, and EXCHANGE PROP-
ERTIES, INC., i Florida corporation,
;mii kitty KLOOM, are defendants.
in,- undersigned as Special Master ap-
pointed bj -.ml decree, "ill offer for
ale, ami si il ii> lhe highest bidder for
rash before the south front door of
ih.- Court!..... in the County of I.i fit} nf Miami, ami State of Florida,
on tin 2nd da) Of June, il'".:'. the
mme being a legal Rales day ami
within the legal hunts of sale, the
following described property, situate,
i.-1 being in the County of
i '.ni.-, ami Slat.- .. i lorlda, to-wfl:
All uf tin- restaurant equip-
ment ami kltehe.....|iii|......nl
tained in tne pr<
known as numbers 310 N. E.
S.....ml St.....t ami 312 X. I-:.
Si on I SI reet, in Miami, l lade
County, Florida, Including Che
t a u r a n t and
kitchei equipment, to-wit:
Mei n Igns
i..a
. nlej Ki ghl soda Fountain, 12'
with 1 horsi
- geruttd salad-
s.iTi-iu i horsepowei
ti
I "l. m.i, him.
The play will be presented by
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Theater Guild from May 31st
through June 2nd, announced Jay
Cone, chairman, early this week.
Hangman's Noose is under the
direction of Bob Brenner who
staged three other productions
here recently, including Morning
Star. Jazz Singer and Three Is A
Family.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149659
IDA KAI.MAN. Plaintiff,
'A''X,};^,'MAN' "-'"'"dam.
To: ja?k\-a7alVnBUCAT,ON
S0S2 West 22nd Street
,., '"""klyii. New York
ami required to serve ,,,,v ,,f v
answer to the bill of complaint for
divorce, a copy of which la enclosed
herewith, on plaintiffs wuSrE,, and
"i-.s T.f",'""?- ta..,h! "f"'" '" ,h"
tlciK of tlm Cm cut Court of li-,d..
County, pjorlda, on or bafoV '
Slsl day of May. l'..-,2, otherwi
allegations ol said bill win "
as confessed by vou.
DATED; May 2nd, 1*52
E.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO Al.l. To Wllo.M THESE PRES
ENTH SUM.I. COME GREETINGS:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Frederic M Koraant, Miami, Fla.
Cydney M. Koraant. Miami, Fla.
Nathan C. Walherg. Miami. Fla.
Hernlre Walberg, Miami, Fla.
did on the nth day of November,
All IMS caUM to I'e incotliiilat.il
under the provisions of chapter 10096,
Laws of Florida, Acts of IMS, soi-
V'ENIRS, inc. a corporation, with
its principal place nf business at
Miami. Dads County. In the State
of Florida, ami whereas the stock-
holders of sin h coriHirntion did on
the 1st day oi May, A.D. 1952, Causa
to he filed ill the Office of the Secre-
taiy of State ..f the State of Florida,
a Consent of all the stockholders un-
ilei I tie provisions of said Chapter
IH096. Laws Of Florida. Acts Of IMS,
Showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration, and the Secretary of State
is satisfied that the requirements of
law have been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHKKF.oF. t
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Horlda,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 1st day of April, A.D.
1952.
(SEAM
R. A. C.RAY.
Secretary of State.
5/1/52
the
taken
B B. LEATHERMAN,
I lerk of the Or,mil Court
By >! B. HARDIE
SAMCEL .1 i8$& rh,k
Attoi ne) f,,r I'lalniiff
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that only the heartfelt love of American Jewry
' In the flourish of his sylvan
' "1".''v- impending doom which, at least for
me, diminished the hope he icpr< d with regard to Israel's future
Gershon Agron greeted me with nervous enthusiasm. He was
ready to pack his bags and leave for New York. Agron had come
here to address the testimonial dinner for Dr. Morris Goodman held
last Thursday evening.
Furious that Miami's bond leaders had failed to capitalize
upon his appearance, he was hardly in a receptive mood for dis-
cussion. If they wanted an after-dinner speaker." h* said. "I was
not their man." I stepped off on the wrong fool from the very
beginning.by reporting on Van Paassen's remarks and by stating
that I thought they weite generally excellent and powerful
. ug,'Zn P,nched h's eyes distastefully. He did not, he said care
at all about what the Americans or British, or indeed anv other
power, thought of Israel. "We are no longer concerned with the
attitudes of others, he said. "They do not matter. Once Jewish
public relations were a delicate matter. It was necessary for us to
be concerned over the stand of nations. Now, only our actions';,re
SjgiiiiiCarlL.
Denying that any passive hostility hen
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Ma ted milk mai nine Hamilton
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nim li ne i Hobai t i -
Meal blogk
- i .ins
I h i ii : n
i :. ding 1 6". 3 bladt
Caki stainless steel
a nses
Napkin il -
llai ma split I: la'u-s
T in stainless si. urn
i i pana for dirt;
i" i blnets
II lei d Bllverw re, pol pans
and .!i other miscellaneous equlp-
ilng to a l
Hot water -i'..-1 In basement,
ther with the lease of the
kitchen an i restaurant premlst
tli above addresses, which lease la
hi i a II h a -sien.il ti, the Moi 11
security hei eundt r, and
toirether with all operational
ni the good will and trade
iiain- of tie- restaurant known and
i'e.1 ... the Exchange Buffet
Coffee Shop:
toarether with all and singular the
ni.-. hereditament! and appur-
tenances ther.',. belonging or in any-
wise appertaining.
Dated this tth dav of May. 1952.
I-'ills .1 HAMEL
8|.....lal Master
ARONOVITZ A ARONOVITZ
5 9-16-23
lN, -T!l? c|RCUiT COURT OF THE
EAVNErCJTcHr,^UDlCIAL CIRCUIT 7n
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
..... No- 149629
1 l-AIM. oTIS, I'lainnff
MAI!eSeSK u' "Tls- Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I": MATTHEW W OTIS
Lake Clear Junction, New V.iik
,,.'"' \l:l: "EREKV Mi ill ii:i.
"" 'all of Complaint for Dlvon
'' *.....ti riled againsi you In the
above entitled cause ami you are
n.reiiy required t.. serve a copy of
your Answer to the itill of Com-
plain on the Plaintiffs attorneys
and in- the original In tl.....ffl .. ',,f
the cierk of the Circuit Court on or
before tin- ind day ol June | .., if
you "ail I., do so. judjrn.....t bj de-
fault will be taker, against you for
"..... lei demanded in the BUI of
Complaint
DATED t Miami. Florida, this 1st
da) .if May, 1952
This notlci shall be published once
ten week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH l-l.idtll'l \\
i: It L-EATHKRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: a. H. HARDIE
Deputy Clerk
PAU.'.T. SILVER A Ml I.I."V
Atton Plaintiff
SOI Ingraham liuildlnit
Miami, i',. Ida

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIV OIVKN that
the undersiKned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VENT-A-IXJCK AWNING BHUTTER
CO. (Not Inc.I and AI.PM-A-VKNT
AWNINQ SHUTTER t't>. (Not Ini i.
at ISM N. W. 14th Strct. Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clark "f the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ALUMINUM ROLL-IT
AWNINQ COMPANY
sole owner
AMI IS BENJAMIN
Attorney for
Aluminum Roll-Up Awning Co
:. 9-16-22-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< engage In
business under t he I.' tit a >ui na
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at 1250 -"tit
street. Miami Beach, Intends to res
later said name with the Clerk ol
the circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
1! ION ATI < I.KYI
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
S50 Keybold Bldg.
I 22-80
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name
RAYVUE JEWELERS, at S42 Men
lijati Avei...... Miami Beach, Intends
to register said name With the Clerk
of the Circuit Court "f Dads County,
Florida.
SEYMOUR TEMSWH
s e iwner
" t-16-22-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, d< engage In
business undei the fli I II ><>ui
S' >BEL ''( iNHTRUCTII N CO I Vo
Inc i. at i Mil.- County, i'1
to reglstei u I name with
of the Circuit Court of Dade i'
Florida.
Al. SOBEL
:. 9-16-28 10
or
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149749
II tRRIETTE ARMSTRONG
vs.
JOHN EARL ARMSTRONG
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|"i>: JOHN EARL ARMSTRONG
Ini Font Club
I'arlin, New Jersey
Vl'II :\ Hi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 27981B
In R< ESTATE OP
SI '!.' IM< '\ la il ii IARKK V.
also hnow ii as
SOL l......IAR8KY, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
cialma or Demands Againsi
Said i. late:
You, ..ni eh of you. are hereby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which you, oi
either of you, may have against the
estate ,,f SOLOMON POIK1AISKY
also known as sol. PODGAJSKY
deceased I.it. of Dade County, Flor-
uia.,t" the Honorable County Judges
"f Dade County, and fib- the same in
'' [Ice n the I iounrjr Courthouse
in Fail.- County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the data
ot the first publication hereof, Bald
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
BWorn to and presented as afore-
same win be barred.
May ii. A li. 1852.
JESSIE PODGAOBKY,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
S< lLOMON PODGARSKY,
also known as
SOL 1'OlMiAKSKY.
I 'eased.
HEIMAN KAPLAN
for Administratrix
sail],
Hat.
MYERS,
Attoi lies s
s-16-23-30
..otlfled that a Hill
- in England had been ',', ', : "** '"'"
aStW l 3 ^e}1 degree Agron subsequently emphasiled '^-,'i \;Z
Americas unquestioned loan to Israel even as Belgian statesmen "...... Pleading to the Biii ot Com-
plain I on the pi i ntlfra Attoi net
and rile the oi Iglnal Answer or P ead-
itiu in the office of the Clei
Cli i tut i "out t on the 6th dav
Of June. 1952, If you f.,i| ,,, ,
Judgment bj default in |,e
[oi the relief demanded
Fill of Comnl
published ones
live weeka
THE .IIAVISH UmiDI \\
VNU ORDERKD ,; m ,
tills Tth da il m A.D
stood refused, hats in hand, beggmu fur a much smaller sum from
.shmgton officials. He further underscored the nation's willing.
ni to Hoot a foreign bond issue herea gesture unparalleled In
tr.e expression of good faith. "As for the English." he said "we
. t(;kon ine-m <.<,d sportsmen. We have frozen their funds
extracted every particle ol our own deposits from their banks and
now send our leaders to London for loan negotiations "
He gazed languidly at the Saxony lobby's gaudy splendor
murmered about "schweinerei" and conspicuous u rid stated
in his best Patrick Henry manner: "If this be hostility then let
us have more of it."
Whatever his
Passen,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
V,'.,',".; V !""1"' ""' fictitious na.......I
JEWISH PLORIDIAN PRINTERS al
I-"1 N F tth Street. Miami. Fla., in-
tend to register said name with the
','-'k < 'he Circuit Court of bads
ount). Florida.
. TW IN CITY I'ltFSS. INC.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS I1KREBY GIVEN that
the underslgnedt desiring to engagi In
business under lhe fictitious na
NASH REALTY, at nun Bis
Blvd., Miami, Intend to register said
name with the i ; k ..f the circuit
Court "t 1 i.ole County, I- Im Ida.
NASH HISS
SYDNEY A I'I.Kit
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys f"i Nash liuss
ami Sydney Adler
il'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8 -;-::"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27970-A
In Re: ESTATE t >F
ROBE MILES, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ni" Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified ami required to |>reent any
clalniH and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
state of ROSK MILKS, dr.eased
late of Oade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In his of-
fice in the County Courthouse In
Hade County. Horida, within eight
calendar months from the "late nf tho
first publication hereof, said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and lo be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date Anril :".'th. A.D. 1951
SYLVIA FROMBBRO,
As Executrix of the Last
and Testament of
ROSE MILES, He. ease,I
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sylvia Kromberg
Executrix
.-. t-t-u-ts
Will
1.1 INE

personal, negative attitudes regarding Van
'* '.l cer,s!!n. that Agron's hard-core realism reflects more
truthfully the politico-economic stresses in the Near East today
His visualization of Israel as a pimple in the face of "forty million
worthless Arabsbut a figure of sufficient magnitude which
forces consideration", perhaps bears none of lhe markings of Van
-aassen s idealism. Perhaps, too. his enthusiasm seems excessive
F I'. LEATHERMAN,
" I. i
i' "I.- i "ounl Florida
(Cli : Courl s. I) '
By IVM W BTOCKlNQ
1 lUtV I Mel k
i' ISEPH OOLDEN, i> i
Attorney tor Plaintiff
-:: Seyboid itldg.
Miami, Florida
SJ-30
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
< oKtnon 11 io v omjtfmts
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-4366
J


IY.-MAY 9, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jtm4sM Meridian
>TICI-UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
K HEREBY GIVEN that
^gncd, desiring Ic. engage in
oniii-i Hi,, flctltloua nan.....f
---------- lAKi.i,. v i:.
Alcazar \ M .. ;,,|,|,.s
^^^K '"'' I
the Clerk of tin Circuit Court
ij^^^^^p"llll'\
_^H Si i|. .-' 111;i:11:1-;ii
rney yc Applicant
J1 r Building
^ Plot Ida
2-!>

circuit court of thf
Th judicial circuit in
for dade county,
ida. in chancery.
No. 148991
IDER8, Plaintiff
EXUV SANDERS,
i fendant
HENRY SANDERS
_ -s. Annie Banderi
79
I Vista, Georgia
DE BY PUBLICATION
IRK HEREBY NOTI1 IED
111 of Complain) for Divorce
fllcil against sou in the
titled onus.. and you are
liulred to serve a copy ,,f
t> 'it to the BUI of Complaint
pMluitititf's attorneys, ami file
kill in the nice of the Clerk
^riuit Court on or before the
^K "' fall I,,
^u'li'ii" will I.,.
^feaji at you for the relief dc-
> the mil of Complaint
- 9th day of April, 1952
K. I!. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circull Court
By: ii. II. HARDIE
I leputy Clerk
. SILVER & Ml'LLOT
|>'n for Plaintiff
faham Building
, Florida
e-9
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 A
LN pTwHctE.,-,rcu,t courtTof the
FLORIDA iWU&i CIRCUIT OF
SS. IDA ,N AN FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, N. 149O40
ALICEgMAY BUPPATplalntlff,
MICHAEL RALPH srin
Jl I ox Island Road
I ort Chester, \, u \- ,
J\' ARE HEREBY ORDERED
'""' required to serve ii .,.,,. ,.,,,
;:;'";" '" 'he bill or .....,'....
i,^"!' n eo|>j of u i
h,f~"'h. n plaintiffs ntto >. a m
"'..."':.' Ircult Court of had,
,., E '.''.'.' 01 L. ... ,2th
, Mn> I8RS, !: |. .,1.
"" "f Hd blU of ......,ia win
i '.e','! lls ""ifessed bj
DATED April n. 1952 '
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerh ,,f the dr< ult O irl
By O, |J, ii IRDIE,
... ,,..,., PfpuW Clerk
SAM1 EL .1. RAND
Attiirne) for Plaintiff
lopi Olympln Building
Miami 32. Florida
I 18-25 :, 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
tD FOR DADE COUNTY,
? LORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147160-1
h'N ROTHENHERO,
STEE, riaiifliff,
s.
I,. KING and MARGUERITE
B llii-i,. w,man. formerly known
I'LIA W. KINO, and RICH-
li. PAIGK, IVfi ndants.
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ami by authoi i' > of the Final
11 dered by the Hon, Vln-
C. QIBLIN, oi. ..f n,,- Judg. B
Circuit Court of the Eleventh
il 'Ircuit, l lade i unl ,. Florida,
nt ci i tain cause In sa Id < "out i
Inn in which MORTON I'.oTII
RG, TRUSTEE. Is plaintiff, ai ,1
I.. KING and MARGI ERITE
his wife, .11*1.1 A WILSON, a
w,Milan, formerly ai iwn as
\v. KING, and RICHARD It.
IE. are defendants, l, as .-
in Chancery, appointed by the
n aald Decree, under and by
,f the terms thi of, 111 offer
>.aie ami s.-n at public outcry to
[highest nml beat bidder for cash,
Ihe South door of the County
rt house. .Miami. Dade County,
Ida, on Wednesday, May 21st,
at n o'clock A. M.. the follow-
escribed real property situate in
County, Florida, to wit:
PARCEL 1.
21 In Block i ol College Heights
division, according t,, the plat
cor. recorded | I'lat Hook 42
age s of the Public Records of
County, Florida, together with
lof the furniture, furnishings,
Binent and property now- on or
after placed In, on or upon said
rty.
PARCEL 2.
_ In Bloi k 89 ,,r the First Ad-
dition t" 111.11.:111 Subdivision, ne-
^^g to Hie I'lat thereof, record-
ist lt.ik .", at Page 122 of
Dhii.' Records of Dade County,
together with all of the
furnishings, equipment
, rty now on or hereafter
In, <,n or iiiMin said property.
PARCEL 3.
in I" : ,>i 11.,I,-man Manor
according t,, the plat thereof,
.y In I'lat Book II at page 43
Lthe I' il,|ie Records of had,- Coun-
H'1 rt'll ,l1 "' the
urnlsjjri.. furnishings, equipment
rty now- on (,r hereafter
f^^^Kt'i "ii *]"
liltlings l.ieated on said
i>ro|iert\ ami upon the property it-
self.
pi-opei ty above desi rlbed
and the personal property nbove des-
^^^^^^l he lit,.
satisfying the claims of the plaintiff,
arilcuiarly set forth In said
ii Deere,
Dated this ITth day of April. 19.-.2.
tACK \ ABBOTT,
__l|ie inl Master in Chancery
0RTON I:
. Lincoln l: ,d,
illami Beach
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
,,, No. 149015
EDWINA T. STItox,;. Plaintiff
"A':V,:L;l.s"n:"N':' Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
11 : HARVEY J. STRi 'Mi
Box =:.:
Redby, Minnesota
YOU are hereby notified thai a Bill
of omplalnt tor Divorce has been
riled against you. and >. .n i re requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Anew, r
or Pleading to the BUI ol Complaint
o" the plaintiffs attorney, SIDNEY
itOBBINS.....7 Congress Huildlng, Ml-
Florlda ami file the original
\nsw,r or Pleading in fhe offlci of
'he i lerk .,t the Clr. ull Court on or
i the 12th day of Ma- 1952 If
1" j fall I" do eo, judgment by default
" 'Il be l iken against j ou for the re-
''......and" i in thi n II of Com-
HONE VND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 10th da- of April, A.D.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
' lerk, Circuit '
... ,. ''"'" ''' Ida.
(Seal i
By M c FEIC.E
Deput) C
SIDNEY ROBBIN.S
i
'7 Congress Building
.Miami. Florida
I 18-25 :. 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14960'.
EMILY WELIKY, Plaintiff
V s,
FRED K WELIKY. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FRED F. WELIKY,
i7:;'! Huron Avenue,
Hammond, Indiana.
You are required t" serve a copy of
the Answer to the BUI of Complaint
upon Hi,- plan.tiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG, 120 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file
original in the office ,,f the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ,,n ,,r before May
29, 1952; otherwise, said Bill will be
taken as confessed i\ you.
Dated this SOth day ,'f April, A.D,
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ,,f II Circuit "'curt.
(Seal)
By R. II. RICE, .11:
Deputy Clerk.
.", '2-9-16-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.-, NAME LAW N
Nil ll< i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"'.'""'"'-'^d. desiring to engage in
Miami n;K',\" "-' Llnco"' "'""'
aim mi Beach, Florlca, -.h-.en l to reg-
istei sal, name with u,,. clerk of
FlorlSr "'' "' ""'" Count?.
WILLIAM EIBUSCHUTZ
ci.-,,i-i. Fi'*10 EIBCSCHCTZ
';'"''' ,' TALIANOra', Esq.
Attorney for Applicants
I-'" Lincoln l: ,i
Mianil Bei h, Florida
2-9-16- 23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
I 'CK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i" 'l!" KJied, desiring to en
r i Tm-v,"."1"'." ,!i' itltlou. name ol
riLJEENE SHOPPE, at .... \ E
I. Fla., ..... nd
; "[ name with the ( lerk of the
1 '"in or nade County, Fior-
WILLIAM BERMAN
AL M. HECHT
?ERT SAGER """"
Attoi ney for Applicants
vl" Mis,.,hi,. Bldg,
r, 2-9-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M NAME LAW
MH ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
,uf,ln?5fLJ),ndei lhe fictitious nan.....f
A( >JEN s S.....'. al 1628 N. \v. 27th
* Miami, I ,a., intei.,is to registei
s.ud name with.the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of I >a,i,. County, Florida
. CHARLES BONNE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
,"''.".....rsigni d, desiring t,, engage In
'.','T.!.',.':.S 'i'."1"' "" "ctltlous name of
1KI ERS MEN'S SHQP, at 3710 Grand
'"' Coconul Grove, Miami. Fla., in-
tends t,. register said name with the
' i" rk of the Circull Court of Dade
County. Florida.
" 2-9-1J-2- PETER gi:li;ki:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nt TICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgm d, desiring I
' der the fii [It lous aami
FORMAL WEAR, at 1125 W.
St., Miami, Fla., int..mis to
tei said name with the I 'Ii
rcult Courl ,,r Dad, i
. S9U CHARLES BONNE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious nan.....t
MICKEY AND MARVIN MEN'S
SHOP, at 7112 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ot Dade County, Florida.
MICHAEL TIMIN, Sola Owm .
BERNARD A. F'RANK
Attorney for Michael Tlmln
,i J-:i-lt;-2:i
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLOHIUA
No 2632"
RE; ESTATE OF
ToM BJ5NN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTEiMIION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
. NOTICE is hereby given that I have
;'' d mj tma] n i..... ami petition for
Final Discharge aa Administrator of
the estate of POM BENN, deceased:
ami that on the 28th da] ,,f May, 1952
l w ill apply to the Honorable W P
BLANTON, Count- Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for llnal discharge
as Administrator ,,t the estate ,,f
TOM BENN, deceased,
This Mh da) ,,i April. 1952
, s Tin.mas BENN, .IK.
I R. MAYERS
Attoi my for Thomas lliiin. ,lr
Administrator of the Estate of
ion, Benn, Deceased
:, 2-9-18-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14922,
IRW1.N LEWIS COOPER, Plaintiff
Vs.
FRANCES CLASSMAN COOPER,
Dele
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FRANCES QLASSMAN COOPER
231 1'tica Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve copy
of i Answer to the itili of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG, 120 Lin
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, an
o Iginal in ihe office ,,f the "'lerk
of the Circuit Court on or befori
:: May. 1953; otherwise, said BUI wHl
be taken aa confessed by you.
_ I 'at, ,| this 17th day Of April, A I I
!:. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit i
By O. B. HARDIE,
Deput] Clerk
I ig.26 5/J-9
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26271
RE: ESTATE I IF
JAMES V. PASQl'ANTONIO,
I,. .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Nl ITU 'E i- !, rebj i n thai
fii,-,! my final report nnd
Final I >lsch irge as Admit
the estate ,,f JAMES V i'ASi.'i \\-
TONIO, deceased; and that i
13th d ,' .a May, 1952, ill ai
the Honorable County Judges of Hade
County, Florida, for approval n
final report and for final discha
Admlnli tt itor of II e Estuti i.\.mi:s
V. PASQCANTI NH '. eased
This nth day of A
- i'.i:i.i:i:\i, i D'ORAZIO,
Administrator
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Adminlsl
932 Si \ bold Building
Miami, Florida
l 18-25 i 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14952,
JOAN MARK, Plaintiff
\ s.
BENJAMIN MARK, l'. ". ndant,
TO: BENJAMIN MARK
93 : st Aven le
New York City, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bin of Complaint for Divorce
has h.en filed agalnsl you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required t,, nerve a copy mi'
your Answer t,, the BUI of Compi lint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the mi iginal in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court ,,n or before the
27th day of May, 1952. If you fall t,,
do BO, .rain, in, nt by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of April, 1952.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I- LORIDIAN
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27856B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAURICE liKAt'.NSTKIX.
I lee, used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1" ah Creditors and All Persona Hav-
mg claims ,,r Demands Against
s.ud Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required t,, present an]
Claims and demands which you, or
Ither ol you, n a> have against the
'state f MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN,
tie. ased late ,,t Uarte County, F'lorida,
lo the Honorable Count) Judges o!
Dade County, and file the same in
th,:r office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Floi Ida, within
calendar month from the date of the
li'st publication hereof. Said
di in ind t contain the legal nd-
if the claimant and t,, be ,voi
to anl presi Mel aa a fi i eaald, or
-ill be barred, B< e s,, tlon 120
IH::: 1'ri bate V-t
Dati Api : ith, A.D. 1952.
,11 i.KS BRACNSTEIN,
As I itor of I ., Lai t Will
and Ti "tameni of
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN,
MAX R. SILVER '" Ba8ed
i.m cutor
i IS-25 S
(Seal)
PALLl IT,
AI torne> s
S01 Ingraham Bu
Miami. Florida.
.", 2-9-16-23
Bj M C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
SILVER (t MULLOY
for Plaintiff
Ins
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
NOTICE UNDLR TICTITIOUS
BlAMF. LAW
NOTICE IS it i:ki:i:v UIVEN that
the understated, d.sirlmt !" engage In
t the fictitious name of
Rilut 922 \. lv Second
ue, Miami, l-'lorida, intend to reg-
- said nam, with the ci,-tk of the
Bi l...... County, Florida
^^el Nndelman. I'resident
^HBa/.
.IMAN & KAPLAN
Ann \ i 'mi iiiaatlon
'M Building,
ml, Fla.
!l-l
IOTICE BY PUBLICATION
^H. 149310
Court. Bii Beach, Brook-
, New York. You are required I"
\ our ansn er ,,n Mor-
nch. F'loi i. ami file the ot -
^^He of tip' on
^^952. in that suit for
^Bi Black fihd in tin'
^BV' 1 Mh Judicial '
and for i
said BUI will In- taken as cin-
u.
this April :]
B. [.!: \THKKMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
g R. H. RICK, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
l/2-S-ie '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149051:
IDA DeGRAW THOMPSON,
Plaintiff
JOHN R. THOMPSON
275 I !ngle Bt ret t
Englewood, New Jersey, Ivfendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN R. THOMPSON
You arc hen by notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are n
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
ARTHUR C MASS!, JR., 1108 I'an
Amci lean Maul. Building, Miami. Floi
i,i.,. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office "f the Clerk of
the circuit Courl on or before the 15th
day "f May. 1952. If you tall to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
In tin Mill of Complaint.
DONE ANT' ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this llth day of April. A.D.
1952,
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court S. al)
llv il. B. HARDIE,
Deputy clerk
ARTIII'lt C MA8SI. JR.
Attorney for 1'lalntiff
1I0S Pan American Bank Bldg.
Miami, Floi .da
4/18-25 5/2-9
i.o. >i<*li'fc _>vflh i> i >lic l-u,i.li'ii
udicial Circuit of Florida in and for
Jade County. In Chancery, No. 149C3D.
Suit for Annulment or Divorce. Mar?
i li ne Le Zntte,
Ti': ne l.,- Zott,
You ar, hei by notified that a Bill
Dlvorci has bt en
t::, ,i ng you, : I you are re-
Ans-
.... Pleading th Bill of I 'om-
en I he pi di tiff's Atti
: i Ki tslel. 221 West Flagli I
M ml, Floi Ida, ami file the
.i I Answi r or Pli idini In the
office "f the Clerk ol the Circuit Courl
(,n ,,r before the 28th dns of May. 1952.
If :,,,ii fail t,, do s,,. judgment by de-
fault will be tak.n against you for
lief demanded in the B
Complaint, DONE AND ORDERED
al Miami. Florida, this 2Mb day of
April, A D, 1952..
E, M. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ill Court, Dade C.....ity. Florida
. : 'ourl Seal*
By Q, H HARDIE, Deputy Clerk.
5 2-9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J UDICI AL'CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14928C
OTTO ANDERSON, Plaintiff,
vs.
MAE W. ANDERSON, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MAE W. AN] >ERSi IN
l"l Asbury Avenue
Ocean Grove, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED and
required to serve a copy of your ans-
r to the bill of complaint tor di-
vorce, a copy of which is enclosed
herewith, on plaintiffs attorney, ami
file the original in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court <>f Dade
County, l-iorida. on or before the
20lh day of May. 1952, otherwise the
allegations of said hill will be taken
as confessed hv you.
DATED: April 21, 1952
1: M LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circull Courl
B> G. B. HARDIE,
1 leputy ci.rk
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympia Building
Miami 32, Florida
! 25 :. 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149361
SAMUEL .1. BROWN, Plaintiff,
va,
ETHEL BROWN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ETHEL BROWN
635 53rd Street
Brooklyn, N. v
You, ETHEL BROWN, are hereby
' tifled that a Bill of 1 'omplaii 1 I
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve s copj
Of your Answer or Pleading t,, the
BI..... Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., -2::
S'eybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, ami
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the fflce of the cierk of the c
cull Court on or before lhe 22ml daj
of May. 1952. If you fail to do -,,.
Judgment by default will l- 1 1
against you for the relief dem
in th"- Mill ,.f Complaint.
I" INE AND 1 IRDERED at Miami.
Fii rlda, lias 22nd day of April. A.D
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I lade Count;. l-'I..
(Circuit Court Seal) .
By G. B. HARDIE,
I paly Clerk
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for 1'lalntiff
R2.1 Si yhold BI
Miami. Fla.
1/25 2-9-16_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\' ITU "E IS IIKI'.KMY 1IIVEN 1:
Ihe undersigned, deslrina I 1 engage In
in,!.-- the fii ii lous name ,,1
Ht>.\IF:STEAD STEEL COMPANY
(Not Inc.), at Ith sti.ei and 3rd Av-
enue. Homestead, F'lorida, intends to
: said name with the 'lerk ol
it Court of 1 >ade Count].
l-'lorida.
HARRY 1IWENS
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Harrj Owens
4 2:, :. 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi n
business under the fictitious nan e
NORMANDY-SURF8IDE T.V. \- RA-
DIO, at 954] Harding Ave., Surfslde,
Dade County, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the clerk of ihe.
Circuit Court of Dade County, PI
Ida.
HERMAN P. COHEN
MORRIS C( iHEN
1.2.-) :, 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
MUSIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
STORE, MUSlC :a>.\ PACKAGFI
STORE, MUSIC BON BAR. THE
MUSIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
I." il'\' IE, al 112 S .Miami A I n a
Miami. Florida, Intends to rei
said name with the Clel k of I h '
1 ult 1 'out t of I >ad, 1 miii.; I
ALBERT RAKl 'W sole "W tier
VMOS BENJAMIN
Attornej for Albi 11 Rakow, ,,w ner
5 2-9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149071
PETER PANTAGES, 1 lalntlff,
MILDRED PANTAGES, i', fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRED PANTAGES
N,w Haven, Missouri
YOU ARE IIKI'.KMY NOTIFIED
tiiat a BUI of Co alnt for Dlvorci
has hen filed against you, and >,,u
are hereby required t<> serve a copy
of your answer lo lhe Mill of Com
plaint :i the plaintiffs attorney, and
file the origin.il answer in the office
of the 1 llerk of the Circull 1 lourt on
or before May 14, 1952: otherwise, the
Complain! for Divorce heretofore filed
n will be taken as confessed l,y
you.
DATED at Miami. Had.- County
Florida, this nth daj of April. 1952,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I>nde County, Florida
By G, B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINKELSTEIN
v for Plaintiff
'in Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
1 18-25 :. 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKMY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t, engage In
business under tin, fictitious name ,,r
OCEAN TKkkACK APT. HOTEL at
T1:" Ocean Ten-ace. Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the clerk of th,. circuit Court of
I a,ie 'ount>, Florida.
JACOB K" A I.KIN
AUGUSTA KAI.KIN
HARRY .1 GERBON
ANNETTE HKltS'ON
GEORGE J. TAI.IAN'OHT'
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beaeh. Florida
4/18-25 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious name of
1H l-TI IWNE, al 106 0 s u 81 h
street. 1 iade County, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of th,- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
a RUTH ELLIS
AL ELLIS
I I8-2S I 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149132
HELEN THURSTON, Plaintiff,
vs.
DALE THURSTON, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU, DALE THURSTON, 10517 -
2f, sir. ,t Terrace, Independence,
ourl, are hereby notified that a Bill
of 1 ton plaint for I Hvorce has
1 ,! d aga iust \ on and you a 1
quired to a Tve a copj of your a
or Pleading t-, the Bill ol 1
on the pi. 1 torney. Til Ei >-
! K IRE .1. SAKi 1 WIT/.. '.'22 Si
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
Answei 01 Pli ading in tl
flci thi Clerk of thi C ill Court
.-I or befoi e the 151 h das ol Maj
fall t< do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you I
relief demanded in the Mill of 1
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at v 1
. this |5th day of April, 1952.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court.
1 'ad,- County, Floi Ida
(Circuit Court Seal I
By M. C. FEIGE
1 leputy Clerk
1 18-25 ". 2-9
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ATTORNEYS!
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licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
lor messenger service.
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