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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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
lumber 19
_MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ight Congressional Cut
Security Aid For Israel
T (JTA) Supporters of American aid to Israel prepared
Hill Challenged:
houses of Congressagain t an tic D-tPd mnwT^f1 BE"*"!? this week for an inten-
President Trumfn's Mufual Secur^Y pro-am redUCe the amUnt f aid to brael
the reservoir of goodwill toward Israel rniSh?e VSSnin. '%&"* ProPaanda
gtration measure had proposed $76,000,000 fofje^ ^^^ Ut
Jewish refugees in Israel and $3,000,000 technical
b the Jewish State. A total of $196,000,000 was oro-
Iiddle East. *
Foreign Relations Committee, in keeping with a
the board" slash of 12.66 per cent, cut the Israel
0,000. The House Foreign Affairs Committee, which
verall aid bill by about a billion dollars, left the
ems untouched. A
development, with the purpose
of helping Israel to become self-
attack on the ad-
Dill in the House,
expected -to threat-
while further at-
the overall bill
items was expect-
ite Armed Services
which the aid bill
by the Senate af-
brted out by the For-
is Committee, be-
on the measure.
^t Middle East
Senator Herbert Ji.
roduced an amend-
Iwould exempt Israel
lb states from a re-
the appropriations
the version of the
supporting in the quickest time
possible." The Committee said
it "wishes to emphasize that it
regards this (Israel) program as
a short-time emergency opera-
tion to be terminated as soon
as practical."
Commenting on proposed aid
for Israel for the fiscal year 1953,
the Committee said it noted "that
the amounts to be devoted to
refugee relief are decreased while
those to be devoted to resettle-
ment are increased. The Com-
mittee favors this change of em-
phasis in the program."
The report said it wast"pos-
ity Bill reported out i sible" that "plans to develop a
Foreign Relations Middle East Command to be
nd would restore the
ginally proposed for may come to fruition during the
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sh refugees in Israel,"
Arab refugees and
\\ assistance to Israel
ab states.
bort, the Senate For-
ku Committee urged
Iratfon "to end relief
as soon as possible
sntrate on economic
closely.'integrated with SHAPE
year." At the present time, the
report said, "no military assist-
ance funds have been programed
for the Arab states or Israel."
The report said that in the event
of the formation of a Middle East
Command to be closely integrat-
ed with SHAPE military assist-
ance, including training and war
material, will be provided un-
der the terms of the Act.
The Committee reported that
"the political climate in the Near
East which has so far delayed
of the refugees has not changed
negotiations for the resettlement
as much during the past year as
had been hoped. The Committee
said that it "cannot stress enough
its urgent conviction that the
settlement of the Arab refugees
must be accomplished in the near
future."
Large Amounts For Israel
Emergency aid which the State
Department recommended for Is-
rael for th-- fiscal year 1953 to
aid refugees in the Jewish State,
includes 99,000 tons of wheat and
wheat flour, costing $10,000,000
Liberals Open Attack On McCai ran Bill;
Seek Humphrey, Lehman Senate Support
WASHINGTON (JTA) Lib-
eral forces in the Senate, smart-
ing under the refusal of Senator
Pat McCarran, chairman of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, to
schedule hearings on the Hum-
phrey-Lehman Immigration Bill,
opened a powerful attack this
week on the McCarran Bill, Sen-
ate version of the Walter Bill
recently voted by the House of
Representatives.
The McCarran-".'alter Omnibus
Bill has been bitterly attacked
as racist and discriminatory and
as constituting a threat to civil
rights in tho United States.
A committee headed by ex-
The Humphrey-Lehman Bill,
introduced as a substitute for the
McCarran-Walter measure, has
won wide approval throughout
the country and is backed by the
major Jewish organizations and
important civic and labor groups.
Congressman Maurice Thatcher,
of Kentucky, members of which
include Alan Zoll, General U.S.
Grant, 3rd, and others represent-
ing 23 "patriotic" organizations,
one of which combines a number
and other basic foods valued at i of anti-Semitic groups, this week
$5,000,000. distributed propaganda support-
Other categories of proposed j ing the McCarran-Thomas Bill
Lehman substitute measure. The
committee branded foes of the
McCarran measure a "small rac-
ial minority."
Meanwhile, statements critical
of "non-Christian" immigrants
from Southern and Eastern Eur-
ope, made during debate in Con-
gress on the Walter Omnibus Im-
migration Bill by Representative-
Thomas A. Jenkins, of Ohio, were
disavowed here this week by
Senator Robert A. Taft.
Jenkins appeared on the bal-
lot in the recent Ohio Republi-
can primaries as second choice
to the Senator. In a statement
to the editor of the Cleveland
Jewish Review and Observer,
Senator Taft described the ballot
association as a technicality and
declared:
"Any statements Jenkins
makes as Congressman have no
connection with me or my cam-
paign and do not represent my
view. I have not studied the
Walter-McCarran Bill but plan
to do so on my return to Wash-
ington. If further statement is
required after study, I will be
(Continued on Page 10A) 'and denouncing the Humphrey- glad to issue one."
le Sharett To Speak
le Auditorium June 1
Btt, Foreign Minis-
^ho is now in this
ssent last-minute
el's economic stat-
; Jewry, will speak
ity-wide rally at
>ty Auditorium in
night, June 1st.
a Citizens' Com-
j>she Sharett Day
|mi was underway
Plans calling for
the day in all
South Florida
laborate welcom-
e being formu-
as served con-
sign Minister of
ael since its es-
years ago, had
career in the
Bwish commun-
rior to the War
international
young coun-
Iworld renown
of Israel's
le highest in-
With the eyes
ed upon him,
the United
[Assembly to
case for Is-
tthe UN.
his post in
more than
;ipation and
ig effort to
into being.
lie Political
f Jewish Ag-
fce was, dur-
tf coordin-
Jrt of Pales
be one of
Moshe Sharett
several communities he will visit
during a brief trip to the United
States. He will report on the lat-
est developments affecting Israel
and its effort to achieve stability
and economic independence.
Tickets for the rally climaxing
Moshe Sharett Day may be ob-
tained at offices of the Citizens
Committee, 1401 Congress Build-
ing, or at 1622 Cotflna Ayenue,
Miami Beach.
The Greater Miami Committee
for State of Israel Bonds an-
nounced that it was postponing
its Swimcapades, sponsored by
the Women's Division, from June
8th until July 13th, so as not to
interfere with the Sharett rally.
Refuse Further Talks With Bonn;
Demand Firm Reparation Proposal
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's Parliament said this week that the Israel Government should
not resume reparations negotiations with West Germany until the Bonn Government makes a clear
and binding proposal to satisfy Israel's claims, including dates of payment.
A resolution to this elfect, submitted to the house by its Foreign Affairs Committee, was car-
ried by a vote of 50 to 34, over the opposition of the Mapam, Herut and General Zionists. Previous-
ly, a resolution introduced by the Herut Party, expressing non-confidence in the Government on the
question of these negotiations, was defeated by 73to 3, with 33 abstentions.
Representatives of the three opposition parties demanded dur- _. v .
ing the debate that the government end the negotiations with Ger- Ir!c New York Times corres-
many. Mapam proposed that Israel ask the four occupying powers DO,"den' in. Bnn- Jack Raymond,
to force Germany to pay reparations to Israel and to the Jewish added ,tnat thse Germans who
people I shocked by the magnitude of
In'his speech winding up the debate for the Government, For- world opinion arrayed against
eign Minister Moshe Sharett said that since Israel was now in the;thcm- would have supported rep-
midst of negotiations, it was "inconceivable" to break off the talks. !aia *ons,for Isra*! as a nlatter of
"But we will not stand in the London queue (of Germany's com- I ^lplomat'cfi ^P^'f"^' nOW ap"
mercial creditors), and Germany understands that well," he de- ^ .sat,sf'e1, }*** ,theyn are, Jgl
clared. "Germany will have to state openly whether she wants to |^f""g suff>9'ently in major
pay, independently of the London conference, the sum which will
be agreed upon, or she will claim that she is unable to do so and
then we will know."
(In Paris, Menahem Beigin,
leader of the Herut Party which
opposes Israel's reparations talks
with Germany, addressed a meet-
ing of 700 people and called for
complete boycott of German
Goods by world Jewry.)
Bonn Reqrels Decision
German official circles mean-
while expressed regret over the
decision adopted by the Israel
Parliament not to resume nego-
tiations with the West German
Government on reparations un-
less the Bonn Government makes
a concrete offer to pay Israel's
demands, including a schedule of
payments.
It was indicated in Bonn that
the West German Government
considers it essential to make
restitution payments to Israel.
However, it was pointed out that
differences over the exact sum
to be paid by Germany to Israel
were to be expected and that the
Israeli claim must be related to
Germany's capacity to pay other
foreign debts.
Willing To Make Offer
In New York, an official
spokesman of the West German
Government said this week that
Germany was willing to make a
concrete offer to Israel as a re-
sult of the decision taken by the
Israel Parliament, the New York
Times reported from Bona The
report did not indicate when such
an offer would be made.
Dr. Kurt Schumacher, leader
of the powerful Social Demo-
cratic opposition, issued a state-
ment demanding that the Bonn
Government make "a concrete,
satisfactory and serious" offer to
Israel. In addition. Dr. Schu-
macher challenged the Bonn Gov-
ernment's view that the Israeli
reparations negotiations and the
London conference on external
debts were interdependent.
The Times reported that Her-
man J. Abs, head of the West
German delegation at the Lon-
don conference, said in an inter-
view thqt he and his German
colleagues were in full agree-
ment, as was the Bonn Govern-
ment, that claims by Israel and
non-governmental Jewish groups
were basically different, but he
stressed that "something not gen-
erally understood, even by our
own politicians is that there is
only one capacity to pay and
only one technique for trans-
ferring funds." Herr Abs said it
was his firm belief that both
problems, the settling of Ger-
many's pre-war commercial debts
and post-war reparations to Is-
rael, would be satisfactorily
solved "but they can only be
solved together and if one fails
the other will fail also."
in
! projects with the Western Allies
the Contractual Agreement, the
European Army, the Council of
Europe and the Schuman Plan
for integrating Western Europe's
steel and coal output.
"Most observers here agree
that Israel would have been far
more successful in her approach
for reparations if she had initiat-
ed it two years ago," the corres-
pondent said. "At that time Is-
rael might have obtained suitable
linancial commitments that the
Allies might have been prepared
to support. As it is, reliable
sources disclose only the United
States has displayed more than
a casual interest in the subject,"
Raymond reported.
Communists Attack Israel
A sharp attack on the Israel
Government for engaging in rep-
arations talks with West Ger-
many has been made by the Com-
mun.st-controlled Jewish Demo-
cratic Committee of Rumania, ac-
cording to information received
in Viertna from Bucharest.
At a recent meeting, the Com-
mittee adopted a resolution
charging that Israel entered the
negotiations on orders from
"American and British imperial-
ists." The resolution denounced
the "boundless cynicism" of the
Zionist negotiators and describ-
ed the talks as a move to re-arm
the "Hitlerite criminal arm a-
gainst the Soviet Union, the lib-
erator of our country." The reso-
lution demanded an immediate
end to the talks at The Hague.




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JE2MMAY 16
Alpha Epsilon Phi Installs Officers
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, newly-elecled dean of ihe Alpha Epsilon Phi
Aiumrae. ret'.'i;s congiatulations from Mrs. Louis Krensky.
rutgsing presicnl. during an irstallalion luncheon of the group
las: week.
... ncluded the As-
lopted orph i
: aehte in France.
As Special gu. -.- urere I
[ Miami Chap-
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lating
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Install Goldstein
Grand Master Of
Odd Fellows
Dav.d Gold n. of 3940
Prairie Avenue, Miami B
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took place last Fi
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Orig nally '.: nti City,
Mew Jersey, Golds!
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The Giand M
of the Oeer.il Bay I '. F &
AM. Scot!
Shrine, Gi itt Mas n Order.
Order of the Eastern Star 143,
Miami Beach, and Knight!
Pythias Lodge 170.
Prior to his aODoir.tmer.t Fri-
day. Goldstein was a member of
the IOOF for 25 years. Sov<
Grand Master Joe Lorn
waka. Oklahoma, attend".
Jacksonville installation, p:-
ing him with ^ 25-year jewel pin.
Sunday School Exams
The Sunday School of the
Flipler-Granada Jewish Com-
1 munity Cer.U r will hold its year-
| lv examinations on Sunday. May
. according to Jess Freed.
ncipal. The annual picnic is
d for June 1st. 10 a.m..
pit 2. at C:andon Park.
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lor-Grar.ada J' munity
Shi W the
J< wish I
The ..nr.ual affair taki
Saturday evening. Ma.
24th. at Fisherman's Wharf.
Miami Beach. Other contestants
are Rita Hauben, Miami Bear.
Junior Haddssah: Rita Raffs. Hia-
leah-Miarr.i Seringa Jewish Cen-
ter: Arlene Lopatkin. Clara
Landau Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women: and Janet Weil,
i Junior Hadassah.
] will receive
ving cup. a weekend for
two at the Saxony R b I and a
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Enjoy
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ruth laws.
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meals you ccn look forward
to, by keeping plenty of
Kellogg's Corn Flakes on
hand. Get il in the big family-
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Primary
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Mcv 27th will be
Deeply Appreciated
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)AY, MAY 16. 1952
rJewlst) ncrkHan
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
I In Bombay I visited the Israeli commercial repre-
Eative, F. W. Pollak, who exercises all consular
until Pandit Nehru overcomes his nervous
THE BENE ISRAEL OF BOMBAY
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
hctions
L 0f Arab effendis and permits a diplomatic ex-
ngo between the two oldest of nations recently be-
e independent. I expressed curiosity about the
iian segment' in World Jewry calling itself Ber.e
Bel Mr. Pollak, an-able journalist, who besides his
Icjal activities edits the excellent monthly, India and
il put me in touch with Prof. J. D. Aaron, a lawyer
instructor of Hebrew at the University of Bombay.
L, Prof. Aaron I was able to learn something about
l obscure 6if-shoot of Judaism.
\E1R INTEGRATION
It.c Bene Israel, generally of slight frame and brown
hplexion, are not to be distinguished, at least by a
eigner, from their Hindu or Moslem neighbors. In
|ss, bnguage, manner and appearance, they seem
[integral part of the environment. Nor have they the
failed Semitic features, which reveal the Jews of
htu- si ;ide, who during the past two centuries had
Kgrated from Bagdad and the Near East.
\eir ANTIQUITY
|The origin of the Bene Israel is buried in obscurity,
fcic i xist no authentic records of their coming to
La. They deny vehemently any descent from natives
Ivert'd to Judaism. Undeniably, they have lived in
|ia for a long period. The greatest of Jewish trav-
1s, Benjamin of Tudela, who globetrotted in the 12th
Ituiv. refers to the "black Jews" of India. The Chris-
Marco Polo also mentions them in passing. In his
ler to Yemen, Miamonides confines the religious
Ictice of Indian Jews to circumcision and Sabbath
ervance.
Ie/r orthodoxy
iToday there is little difference between the ritual,
fcnonials, tnd practices of the Bene Israel and Sep-
Kic Jews. Their pronunciation of Hebrew is similar.
E ::. occasioned by the revival instituted by David
; Cochin, whose grandfather came from Beirut.
..mi. i n agent of the Dutch East India Company,
lied Bombay in the 18th century. At first he doubted
t; the Bene Israel were genuine Jews. Tradition
has it that he brought some fish to a housewife. But
she would cook only those which had scales and fins.
The cautious Sephardi concluded that such a practice
could only stem from a people who once had detailed
knowledge of the Torah. With him began a renascence
that transformed them into a devout and observant
orthodox community.
FORGOTTEN CUSTOMS
Well might the learned Rahabi doubt their Jewish
identity. For besides the Shema Ysrael they knew not
a word of Hebrew. They possessed neither Torahs nor
Scriptures, neither Talmud nor Written Law. The
holidays observed were called by Marathi names. They
knew nothing of the Kosher Cult, nor of the ritual
slaughter of animal and fowl. They ate no Motzes;
they celebrated no Seder. 'The Mikva (ritual bath)
was unknown. In their midst were no descendants of
Kohanim (priests) or Levitcs. Shovuolh (Pentecost),
Succoth (Festival of Booths), Chanukah were either for-
fotten or never known. They had no Synagogues, hence
no mass prayer.
INFLUENCE OF THE MILIEU
To complicate our puzzle the Bene Israel were not
averse to lifting holy days lrom their neighbors. For
a month in the late summer, Mohammedans fast during
their Ramadan. Likewise the Bombay sons of Israel
observed the Ramzan, a clear plagiarism indicated by
name and season. They also dedicated a holiday to the
Prophet Elijah on the 15th day of Adar, in obvious imi-
tation of a finiilar festival by the Coptic Church in
Egypt. Nor were heathenish practices eschewed. Their
women took r.o chances, and visited Hindu temples to
placate the Brahmin Gods. Feminine weakness for
fortune telling and the esoteric was satisfied by par-
ticipating in seances of magic, witchcraft and sorcery.
Marriage customs followed closely the Hindu cere-
monies.
BIBLICAL OBSERVANCES
But against these negatives there were Hebraic af-
firmatives. At all times did the Bene Israel adhere
rigidly to the Sabbath and the rite of circumcision.
The New Year was celebrated on the Biblical day. Yom
Kippur, called the Fast of the Closing Door, was ob-
served by bathing the day before in hot and cold water,
wearing white garments, fasting at home, and avoiding
mtest Winners
jfed In Capital
lavid Willing and Henry For-
of Miami Senior High School,
Miami early this week for
shinpton, D.C., where they
be guests of B'nai B'rith,
lent Lodge, as winners of the
nt Dade County High School
ate Contest.
companying the winning duo
is. Jessie Chamberlin, debate
:h. The group spent its first
in the nation's Capital visit-
the Washington Monument,
coin Memorial, Jefferson Me-
rial. Smithsonian Institution
t: e National Art Gallery.
Tuesday, they were guests
; i ssman William Lantaff
ui in. The rest of the af-
oon was spent visiting both
House and Senate, the Su-
>ne Court and the Cong^ress-
1 Library,
eclnesday morning, they vis-
rith Philip Perlman, Acting
'.v Gereral of the United
I and with J. Edgar Hoov-
head of the FBI. Yesterday,
y \ .sited the newly renovated
i House.
. has been reserved for
Jrip to Mt. Vernon, Arlington
lional Cemetery and the Lee
Bsion. They will leave for Mi-
i tomorrow, arriving here Sun-
aiternoon.
e High School Debate Con-
> now in its sixth year, was
' :ed by Sholom Lodge,
pi B'rith, of Miami.
ach Lodge Rally
I Beach Lodge No. 1591.
pi B'rith, held a Membership
lv last Wednesday evening at
sens Lodge Auditorium.
Iturtd was Sasha Leonoff, club
ptainer. Chairmen were Bar-
Brikcrman and George J.
ii off, president.
Pioneer Women
Have Mother's
Hay Affair
Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson
Club, held a Mother's Day Party
Sunday at the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Anna
Seltzer. A skit entitled, Only A
Tree I Have Planted, was also
shown. Included in the cast were
Lena Pushkin, Helen Victor, Eva
Kahn, Shirley Queen, Sarah Sha-
poff, Eleanor Miller and Hazel
Carmv Miller. Mrs. Ruth Uliss
is chairman of the affair.
Osceola Lake Inn
Opens June 1st
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rubin, of
1215 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
left for the Osceola Lake Inn late
last week, in Hendersonville,
North Carolina.
Owners and operators of Os-
ceola, the Rubins announced that
the Inn will be open to summer
vacationers on June 1st. The re-
sort is 2.500 feet high in the Blue
Ridge Mountains. Its Jewish-
American cuisine caters to the
American Plan only.
In their 12th season of pre-
senting the most exclusive in re-
sort accomodations to vacation-
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin have in-
dicated that their program of ac-
tivities will once more include
bathing, rowing, handball, ping-
pong, shuffleboard and other
functions which make up a com-
plete agenda for summer relaxa-
tion. ,. .
Inioimation regarding rates
and reservations may be obtain-
ed bv writing to the Osceola Lake
Inn,' Hendersonville. North Caro-
lina. .__________------
I i< Imii.iii Named
Viee President Of
Southeast Region
Seymour B. Liebman, Miami
Beach attorney, has been elected
vice president of the Southeast-
ern Region, Zionist Organization
of America, according to a state-
ment by Robert A. Persky, Reg-
ional president.
The election was held at a
meeting of the Administrative
Committee, Southeastern Region,
in Atlanta, Georgia.
Liebman is associate chairman
of the Board of Directors, Miami
Beach-Israel Zionist District, sec-
retary of the Bureau of Jewish
Education and is active in com-
munal and philanthropic causes.
He is the author of numerous ar-
ticles on the economy of Israel,
Judaism and Zionism and has
visited Israel three times in the
last few years. He is also chair-
man of the Council of Organiza-
tions, Greater Miami Committee
for Bonds of Israel.
all contact with Gentiles. A festival approximating
Passover was named the Festival of the Sealing Jar.
A sealed jar of fermented drink was evidently substi-
tuted for unleavened bread. Other festivals were rem-
iniscent of Biblical holy days.
NAME AND ORIGIN
Who were these people? Whence came they? Why
did they call themselves Bene Israel instead of Jews or
Hebrews? A tradition claims their descent from the
Ten Tribes which constituted the Kingdom of Israel.
In Biblical days the term Jew was unknown. The
people of the Kingdom of Judah were probably called
Bene Judah. Subsequently the Romans named the land
Judea and the population Judeans, hence contracted
to Jews. Coming from the Israel kingdom, their an-
cestors would hardly call themselves Ber.e Judah. An-
other hypothesis holds that the term Jahud was obnox-
ious to Mohammedans; yet the Koran speaks respect-
fully of the Bene Israel. Consequently their forefath-
ers chose the latter name for fear of the Moslems, wno
were conquerors and rulers of India for a thousand
years.
A MIRACULOUS SURVIVAL
The continuous existence of this fragment is even
more remarkable than the strange survival of Klal Is-
rael. Without the Torah or Jewish learning, unaided by
the binding force of the Hebrew language, and cut off
from the stream of Jewish life, the Bene Israel never-
theless lived through centuries of ignorance and ob-
scurantism until succor arrived from abroad. In the
interim their shadowy tradition of Judaism almost
flickered out. What cohesive power kept them from
disintegrating?
THE CASTE SYSTEMS
The institutions of the country might suggest a
clew. The Jewish group was known to their Hindu
neighbors as the Shanvar Telis, the Saturday oil press-
ers. It may have also been their caste name. For in a
civilization dominated by the caste system, the Bene
Israel doubtless formed a distinct caste, which meant
that the pressing of oil from seeds was transmitted
from father to son. Nor did custom permit intermar-
riage to cross the caste line. Thus for centuries the oil
pressers, who rested on Saturday, married among them-
selves, transmitted their festivals with their occupa-
tion. The arrival of the British enabled them to enter
other occupations and revitalize their ancient religion.
National Broadcasting Company.
Doctor Ben Zion Bokser, Rabbi
of the Forest Hills Jewish Center,
is program editor.
Eternal Light Presents
Mindel Drama Sunday
The radio drama, Watchman
Unto The House, written by Jo-
seph Mindel, will be presented
on The Eternal Light, Sunday,
May 18th, it has been announced
bv the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, under whose
auspices the program is conduct-
ed. The Eternal Light, a coast-
to-coast radio program, is pre-
sented as a public service by the
Jewish Home Board
Meets On Sunday
The Board of Directors of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
meet on Sunday morning, May
18th, 10 a.m., at Douglas Gar-
dens, 15 NE 53rd Street.
Friedman Expresses
Thanks For Aid
With seven men in the field,
Milton Friedman, candidate for
Justice of the Peace, District No.
3, came in second and will vie for
the post in the May 27th runoff
election.
"I want to thank my many
friends who worked hard." Fried-
man said. "I sincerely appreciate
their cooperation. The May 27th
i-unolf will prove their efforts in
' behalf of my car.didacy.'
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EDITORIAL
The Holv Capital
Two seemingly innocent reports trickled
through last week's world news dispatches which,
on the face of it, have little in common except
that both made reference to the city of Jerusalem.
One concerned itseli with the French Catholic
writer, M. Paul Claudel, noted for his supra-mys-
tical attitude toward the Church of Rome. M.
Claudel called upon the Vatican to drop its de-
mand for the internationalization of Jerusalem and
to accept the State of Israel as the guardian of
Holy Christian places there. Hardly a favorite
son of more stringent Catholic attitudes, he ex-
pressed great sympathy for the Jews and for their
suffering at the hand of the bestial Germans.
The other report somewhat cryptically an-
nounced an Israeli Cabinet decision to transfer
the Government's Foreign Ministry to Jerusalem.
Needless to say, American and British diplomats
expressed surprise over the decision; indeed, the
British Legation immediately communicated with
its Foreign Office in London for advice, since the
venerable if shaky Empire does not recognize
Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The problem of Tel Aviv versus Jerusalem as
the Jewish state's capital city has been a smould-
ering one since the Israel Governments' decision
in 1949 to proclaim the Holy Site as its seat of
operations. The move was a bold one in view of
the fact that the United Nations still has on its
agenda a resolution requesting that Jerusalem be
placed under international control.
We need not engage in excessive complexities
in an effort to explain the move. Jerusalem has
long been the symbol of eventual return for World
Jewry's exile. Jews in the Diaspora nurtured their
vision of the Holy City, drawing from it that very
spiritual comfort which retained their identity and
faith daring two millenia of inconsiderate and
cruel treatment in Europe and the Middle East.
Variant forms of the vow, "If I forget Jerusalem,
may my right arm forget its cunning", became the
by word of the Zionist movement.
Thus, Israel's movement to Jerusalem despite
Catholic and Moslem pressures opposing it,
stands akin to America's movement westward in
the name of manifest destiny. The War of Lib-
eration has brought to the fore the realization that
prayers and tears are insufficient to materialize
ideals; Jews, in the name of their prophets, would
not accept the employment of force previously.
Russia Views The J*w
A voluminous number of reports re* j
status of Jews in the Soviet Union ha3ToT5*
news wires during the past months, m-'
them are sharply conflicting, while ?
vague and seem disguised supposition?*'
in the jargon of sensational journalism N J"
ter what one's stand, there is a laiqe 0l1
quantity of pro and anti sentiment \l^
individual need.
Some three weeks ago, a Laborite
ir.e.Tiif.
the British parliament returned from IW td-
the report that Jews in Stalin's opulen, ^ *
five haven still adhere to their religion J^~
the report that Jews in Stalin s opulent i
and openly congregate in synagogues" C?
i* 'iu.--
"Make This Platform Strong. Boys!"
The lesson of. their young but bloody history has
taught them the value of the fist as an often ex-
pedient rationale for "right". (Our time accepts
no other, in any case.)
The two dispatches are obviously connected.
M. Claudel's announcement came on the heels
of the Israel Government's. As a tired European
intellectual, he has come to recognize the validity
of the defacto situation. Perhaps, too, he under-
stands that the refusal on the part of the West to
underwrite Jerusalem as the new state's capital
city is but one more wheel in the machine bear-
ing down on Zion.
ices. He indicated that he had visited a
synagogue in Moscow during Passover and bJT
it crowded with worshippers. To baknti
frame of reference, he also said that fear *a
erywhere apparent, that a relative had ,Jm
speaking with him and that the quantity olnh
Hebrew and Yiddish printed matter was swjjj
decreasing.
This week's dispatch from the World nJ
Service painted a grimmer picture with tlni
port that the elimination of Jews from Sovi|
litical life has reached a point where only significant number holds important governs
posts. Basing its remarks on an article in the Lt
don Jewish Observer, the dispatch added tk
there are no Jews in the leadership ol the Cot
munist Party except for Lazar Kaganoviici ft
exception proves to be rather significant m W
of the fact that Gospodin Kaganovitch is S:oM
brother-in-law.
Whatever the truth may be, this fad rerna
a certainty: Jews in the Soviet Union rosi
creasingly become the victims of antiSeaitaB
since traditional Judaism is inimical to the Co
munist ideal. Considered as cosmopolitan'
adherents of a metaphysical system other tbrfl
the present-day Russian's, the Jews can not hi
but be regarded as a reticent, hard core gro
which will not easily be ground into faceh
Soviet society.
The Zionist Scene
By JACQUF.S TORCZYNER
Whi Jerusali i last
t, at 1
pirited Z t Coi
si ol us knew that tl /. nisi
ment, only a f< w si orl
..;:.: Bch-
-: bb, Now. nine ,
nths later, we have even loss
un-
- tiling
t.i force it.
Silver Removed
Yes ty in ] er in Is-
party which us Is-.
li Go\ uth-

Z forci
- i tl
beginning first

:.
I unceas
'
nvinci

trol 1
With
I ) '..>n of Independ-

party hierarchy (
: Ab-
ba Hillel Silver I
of thi M vement. Su
e did such wide-
id popular support and
had to go. if Mapai's plans
: it are wi re to j
ight. Without Sil
I World Zionist Organization
ipe for plucking. A more'
le leadership was installed
t assure delivi ry of the b
UJA Bond Conflict
But evidently delivery of the
' ly was delayed because the
new leadership could not be
brought completely under thumb
and from time to time threaten-
ed to kick over the traits. That
is the real significance of the
present fight between the UJA
and the leadership of the Israel
Bond Drive. It is nothing less
ntii n of the Silvi .
".: n1 ttli i i more accui
pai fight Only this
Dr. Goldmann and Mrs. Hal-
prin, m ised threi years
to 1 ipple Silver, are now
ready for tl i axe. For the World
Zionist Oi in, the Jewish
\- and the United Jewish
Appt al, all under their influence
to varying degree, did not col-
lapse as quickly as was expected.
In fact, the UJA, now headed by
., capable team, brought to the
ally by Montor himself
b I ire he went over to the Bond
Drive, is doing better than ever
nd refuses to taki
- from Mapi ;. as had been
fondly believed, once t; i '/. n-
1 by Silver ved
Dr. G iw pushed to
:.. i the unpopular
.. ith the Gt :
wdly placed in n
] tion by the
in Israel, I: thi
i gets
: : If they fail
pegoat for
who induced him I i start
this un d apter in Ji
y.
Enemies Sharpen Knives
: implacable
Ji .'. ish Statethe
Al and th( in the
Depart nent and othi I
-. in the oil com-
.:n church missionar-
: anti-Zionist circles
. oming out to take ad-
vantage of the chaos in the Jew-
ish house. They are sharpening
ir knives on the Arab "refu-
problem. the Russian threat
to the Middle East, the need for
Arabian oil and the dvnamite-
laden Middle East Defense Com-
mand winch could easily become
an Arab vehicle for renewed at-
tack on Israel.
Principles Trades
And here Is the ZOA. the once-
ud organization which spin
eaded the entire World Zionist
Movement ir. winning the Jewish
State, in defeating the enemies
of Zionism and the Jewish peo-
absurdly weak and apologet-
ic. Just because partisan ele-
ments in Israel willed it. thi
was ii" need for it to roll over
and die. But a succession of ad-
ministrations piously singing of
neutrality, unity and uncondition-
al support, has instead been in-
toning the swan-song of the or-
ganization. In abject surrender,
the ZOA. under this lack of
leadership, principle and direc-
tion, abdicated one after another
'of its leading positions in Jew
life: i:; the UPA, the Jewish Ag-
ency, the UJA. the Bond Drive,
iven the JNF and the Kerer-
Haycsod.
And with its influence, declin-
ed its membership despite opti-
mistic statements to the contrary
not for lack of interest in the
munitiesbut because of lack
of a program and policy.
Wi1 I -: I ing under
its tremendous economic burden,
with the UJA and the Bond
Drive undermining each other's
efforts, a strong ZOA could h
filled the breach, working inside
the funds and raising substantial
s of genuine constructive
k of its own in Israel. It could
I ave once again put its public
relations and education program
into hig gear against the newly-
massed forces facing Israel. It
| could have been sending to Is-
. rail the men and ideas and ma-
i s it so desperately needs to
| promote economic and political
stability in a country beine de-
voured by a partisan machine in
trol of the Government.
Instead, wt have, not neutral-
itj luit sterility. The ZOA repre-
the AK>ncv and t .
on the other over-all bodies
i ide principles for positions.
'mostly minor, while the string-
pullers give top leadership over
to the enemies or rivals of the
ZOA. The last Zionist Congress
only helped confirm in the minds
of those who had doomed the
ZOA to extinction that they were
losing nothing.
Leadership
Some time ago, a long-await-
ed movement was launched to
bring the ZOA back from limbo.
I :;. lt needs
and deserves. Leo n all
over thi country came to a pack-
ed conference in the Hotel Astor
In Ni w York, unanimously to en-
dorse Ral bi Irving Miller for the
presidency of the ZOA. Most Im-
portant, they endorsed not only
an exceptional candidate but a
principle, program and policy of
character and dignity befitting
the former prestige of the organ-
ization, both in America and Is-
rael.
This new leadership must dem-
onstrate clearly at home and a-
broad just what the ZOA stands
for. If there are certain General
Zionist ideals which motivate it,
let us back those ideals with con-
structive action in Israel, for no
one can brush away an out-
stretched hand offering genuine
aid and support. If it wishes to
be recognized in this country as
the principal channel of material
and moral BUport for Israel, then
it must act in that fashion, es-
pecially at a time when Israel
never needed more desperately
such comfort and support.
More than ever. America is the
leader of the Free World. As
such, its decisions will profoundly
affect the future of Israel. And
if it was once proved that our
government reacts most strongly
to the demands of the people of
the United States, in the case of
the United Nations deliberations
on Palestine, the recognition of
Israel by the United States, then
again we must take Israel's case,
and our case to the people of
this country, before it is too late.
If by saving the organization,
we C m help Israel and the Jew-
ish people, our mission will have
fulfilled. If. by bringing
hack to life the ZOA. we can re-
vive our Jewish pride, our Jew-
ish consciousness and our link
with Israel, this trying period
will not have been in vain.
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to atti nd York City'sBl
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State I Bond 1
llov riiaptcr
Install* Offioen
Dov Cl a| ter. Murachi Wr"--
will hold installation cereri
on Sunda.. May 18th, 8 PA
the Beth El Center.
Office;.- who will assume
posts are thi M -
Pertes. pn sident; Louis so
1st vice ;.resident: A.'
Sacks, 2nd vice presided
Hirsch, 3rd vice pre ]
;; .1'
berger. fi -ecrel*
A W... tding f
and Abral i Lune, co
ing se. j
Mrs. Emanuel Karger*
installing officer., Gur
Will I e Si lKOa*
ami Beach attorney^ ^
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iiisii Ifmned
Isoelate Judge
.onard Kalish. of 6411 SW
[street. hasfcen named As-
Judge by the Town Coun-
i Miami. Kalish will
njunction with Judge
[Si!v r.
I ate of New York Uni-
L. m he received the
I i 1935, Judge Kalish
1 is law training at St.
fence University end was ad-
M to the New York State
jjn 1938. Arriving in Miami
|48 became Enforcement
' [or the Office of Price
Aization. He is currently a
|bu of the law firm, Chert-
and Kalish.
Leonard Kalish
Sidcnt of the West Miami
Center, he is also a mem-
the Bo:nd of Governors.
Miami Jewish Federa-
jind chairman of the West
area, Combined Jewish
. Jurlge Kalish is also a
r of the Coral Gables
3'rith and the Zionist Or-
tion of America. He is a
udge Advocate of the Jew-
I Veterans, West Miami
pnd the Robert Richter Am-
charter member of the
[York University Alumni,
Florida, a delegate of the
Miami Youth Foundation
In i mber of the Dade Coun-
Florida Bar*Associations.
World War II, he served
with the United States
Kalish lives with his
arbara, and two children,
and Jill.
Pick Saperstein
To Fill Vacancy
On Beach Bench
Albeit H. Saperstein, Miami
Beach attorney, has een ap-
pointed Municipal Judge to fill
the vaca.-cy of the late Judge
Jack Rosen recently killed in an
auto accident near Palm Beach.
The appointment was approv-
ed by the Miami Beach City
Council on April 16th.
Judge Saperstein was born in
Detroit, Michigan, and liv. d there
until 1939. After attending the
University of Detroit, he receiv-
ed his AB and LLB degrees from
the University of Michigan. Prac-
ticing law in his native state
from 193S to 1939, he subsequent-
ly moved to Miami Beach, where
np. was employed as clerk in the
Personnel Department. From
1943 to 1946, he was head of the
Personnel Division.
In 1946, Judge Saperstein pass-
ed the Florida State Bar and was
appointed Assistant City Attorn-
ey, in which office he served un-
til June, 1951, when he was ap-
pointed Associate Municipal
Judge by City Manager Claude
A. Rer.sr.aw with the approval
of the City Council.
A charter member of the Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, he is
also a director of the North Shore
Jewish Center, past president of
the Center Men's Club, director
of the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion and a member of the Flor-
ida State and Michigan Bars.
Judge Saperstein resides with
his wife, the "former Rosalie Sol-
in, and two children, Edward
Ralph and Susan Jo, at 525 Fair-
way Drive, Normandy Isle.
Lummus Says Tax
Assessments Must
Be Equitable
J. N. Lummus, who is a candi-
date to succei l himself a.' tax
<>r, this week pointed oui
to a grouo of homeowners that j
Dade County has one of the high- j
jest credit ratirgs in the nation!
and the most eifieient and equit-
able system of assessments.
"All these." said Lummus.
j came about through rigid hon-
|esty in administering my office
I during the past 23 years. Appar-
| ently some of the big boys," said
Lummus, "who are eager to have
their assessments reduced and
their tax burden dumped onto the
poor home owners, are out to get
me, for they know that as long
as I am Dade County's tax asses-
sor, there can be no favoritism."
ORT Chapter Here
i first affiliate group
nen's Organization for
litation Training has been
ere, it was announced
st week. The Greater Mi-
lapter, ORT, will be under
of Mrs. Irvine H. Suss-
M9 ParadiBO, Coral Gables.
Kehoe Affirms
Stand On
Consolidation
In his bid for election to the
office of County Solicitor in the
current runoff race, Emmett W-
Kehoe, Chief Assistant Solicitor,
again stressed his opposition to
the proposed consolidation of the
offices of State Attorney and
Solicitor.
"Consolidation." Kehoe declar-
ed, "could not possibly result in a
saving of any kind to the' tax-
payer, and would most likely re-
sult in a breakdown of law en-
forcement during the months in
which new personnel were be-
coming acquainted with their
duties."
Kihoo is basing his candidacy
on the Solicitor's past record of
vigorous prosecution resulting ill
better than 90 percent convictions
and on his qualification tor pro-
motion by reason of his six years
experience as assistant solicitor.
Rabbis To Meet
In II a >ton a Beach
Announcement was made this
week of the forthcoming Four-
teenth Annual Conference of the
Association of Florida Rabbis to
be held in Daytona Beach, Mon-
day and Tuesday, June 2nd and
3rd.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Dean of
Florida Rabbis, will welcome the
membership and present his Pres-
idential address at the Recep-
tion. Host Rabbi Henry Okalica,
of Temple Israel, Daytona Beach,
will be Conference chairman.
At the Kalian Session, papers
dealing with Jewish life in Flor-
ida communities will be present-
ed by Rabbis of the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association.
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
WHO IS A JEW?
It seems that some Israeli consular officials abroad had held that
peopl< converted to Judaism I y reformed rabbis were entitled to en-
ter Israel as Jews. However, I lesrn that religious elements in Israel
protested against the practice rnd brought a number of consuls to
the carpet before the Foreign Ministry. It was their contention that
since the reformed rabbinate has no status in Israe1, there was no
reason why Israeli officials should recognize religious acts perform-
ed by reformed rabbis abroad. They simply argued that a person
converted to Judaism by a reformed rabbi 'was no Jew. This issue
may come to the lore again when the new rationality act, giving
automatic citizenship to all Jews residing in Israel, goes into effect.

NUGGETS
A number of Yeshivos on New York's East Side have received
bomb threats. It could be that the letter writers were crackpots,
but lrom information in my possession there appears that the one-
time bastion of Jewish life in New York is now torn by racial ten-
sion as a result, of the shift in population. There have been a num-
ber of assaults on Jewish youngsters Residents of the Brooklyn
section of New York recently sighted groups of young men dril'ing
in Nazi-like style The legend that Jews make the best college
students is shattered by Ernest Hevemann and Patricia Salter West
in their book They Went To College. The College Graduate in Amer-
ica Today. According to the authors Jewish college graduates earn
more than Catholic and Protestant graduates. This is probably so
because Jewish college graduates settle genera'ly in the large cittes.
where professional earnings are higher The battle plans over
the Mclver report have been carefully mapped out but they may
be discarded in the end. I have it on good authority that a com-
promise formula may yet be reached. Otherwise both the American
Jewish Committee and the ADL will quit the MCRAC There
has been a discernible drop in the bitterness over the ZOA presi-
dential rat'a. By the time the convention is held the moderates may
succeed in having the factions unite on a candidate The hold
which Israel's songstress Shoshana Damari has over Jewish audi-
ences was illustrated when she drew an overflow crowd of 1.500 at
her Town Hall recital in New York. Which on'y demonstrates that
beauty and talent is an irresistible combination.
MUltiER FLAVOR!
S O m N Y
hvrifi!
Miami Round Table
Picks Committeemen
Roscoe Brunstetter, George
Chertkof and Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, co-chairmen of the Mi-
ami Round Table, announced to-
day .that the Reverend Ed Gra-
ham, minister of Mount Zion
Baptist Church, the Reverend
Lewis N. Head, minister of First
Methodist Church of Coral Ga-
bles, and Rabbi Joseph R. Narot,
of Temple Israel, have been elec-
ted to serve as co-chairmen of
the Committee on Religious Or-
ganizations. The Catholic co-
chairman will be elected at a
later meeting of the Committee.
Temple Israel Meeting
Temple Israel's annual meeting
will take place on Wednesday
evening, May 21st, at 6 p.m. Elec-
tion of officers and Board mem-
bers will take place at that time.
m
ELECT
f Present Sheriff
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HELEN ALPERT
FITTING FINALE climaxed the Jacobson one-mn art show
al the Bombay Hotel when, on closing night Saturday, insurance
men Jack Gold bought Flame".
This was tho show s spotlighted canvas. Drew huge MMMh
Jack and his wile Sophie got captured by t at onceUke
everybody!and from the Bombay it moved into their new home
on Treasure Island to that triurr.pna.-t wall awaiting it above
:re spinet ...
\ show ts Is of Charie* R. .
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So :".o*k.r.o in re "close" it came dashing Florry Loeb
her Frn'.adelphia visitor Mildred Nussfcaurn. Bill Ostrorf with
keer. spouse Justine ths Arthur Apples sculptor Helen Lee
Barclay Miss MaIHi Siegel ot New York. Bombay gue in the
crispes: blouse --T the summer natch, necessarily accompanied by
cc.:-.onal att-.re ...
. Mrs S trr.a
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Rather speci*". were termer Clevelaaders. now South Miam-
-.irs Marvin and Bettv Florman. for whom June 10th marks their
Bnt anniversarvin South Florida. Cbass Jacobson and Marv
were little Bcv Scouts together way back. Now they re big boys
and Marv has become a top supervisor in ooe oi the nation s -ig
beer concerns.
txc.tn*rt ws projected
CRafilaons.Su *-aUantIj
to locate 1 Jacobean a visits- The art
.,- 1 :- 1 Joe |reet ; al
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DIt> YOU KNOWthat the charming blonde beirg escorted
?".>-?* br her admirers. Barney and Frsnces Saunders oi West
Mfeaai :i V-.r-c.rua H- Crmsby oi Coral Gabifs teacher of the
^.-^r.c -r. Maror.e Saunders Barneys Angelica uniforms
MM the tatwai al the V-.rc-.ruans waitresses The famed Sc=y
lTiec wr-.vr BCWM>WJ headlined by Quo Vadis is the sister oi
N Say Road s Arnold Levien ...
BEST FX'-ENT vou can hive is Dr. Seymour o. Schneider
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ah wis r**f.-c taMvwiaw Mi arduous camp*;gr. for the
-.--oc'. beard r.e vtr: to ha office to exhume the prescription
tad *aaJea M to her prorto .
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--: ro the .a-*-: to songs tiat disr.ro-_.v.- :.-? ^r_:er.r-=5 ^=oa
s-aia i= Per-s -_*-.- An f\-.:i olc*i=; feature Sunday was Dr.
?._: Sec* s reevee sroo_.~..o- .-: Hansel and Grete". Dr. Beck
werttd oarer-- to -jcv this memc--ab:e and WTVJ a to be 1MB*
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The ca^est o: spr-^c veus and bonnets bloasomed
-e_- -r.-rf-o- Tare mares' we. > Mrs. 5-rcr.ar; Sreiner Mrs.
- ~ afcab Mrs. Frank So_>=cn Mrs. Barret Freec-=ir.
y.-s Ta-i Evafe Mrs. Str-r*r had nhoaed rT.r.r; BM and '.
; .-sr -is.- .: r~: I D r* there To my i:sar?>o_-.rrrer.: :
ii. aawveat bmMi M pal to M: S-na: s awdbary l.nchecn
g .-.r- o-_- nrertered May ". say ptbbiy '. ~ very =r*te-
. r.- ^*w al tor _rjders-;=d-^o :.-a; I oe >f.-o w-^r M r_t o:
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Jewish Women's
Council Forms
Two Divisions
The Miami Chapter. National
Council of Jewish Women, will
blish two divisions here in
the near future, it was announe- i
ed earlv this week by Immediate
Past President Juliet Oshlag.
"Tre purpose of the newly de-
signed program." Mrs. Oshlag
stated, "will be to bring the
Council to women of the area
so that they may participate in.
its activities and attend meetings
conveniently." The Central Sec-
tion will be headed by its newly-
-tailed president. Mrs. Theo-
dore Pritikin. who recently as-
ned her dudes at a lunchecj
held ir. the Saxony Hotel.
Trie divisions will include a
Mian i -.r.d Miami Beach group.
. respir.siole t-> the Central
Section. Mrs. Oshlag explained.
The Miami Beacr. Division met
on Wednesday in the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Offices.
aritli Mrs Monte Seiig actine as
temporary chairman Main busi-
f the meeting was to elect
a Nominating Committee for the
tell t.jn of a slate of officers.
11m M^rr.; Division will meet
on Thursday, May 22nd. 10:30 a.
m at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
I aa temporary chairman
of the proceedings also called to
itmg Committee.
In announcing t.-r Dew pro-
Miss Sunny Benj
The c-ngai!emit 0l1
daughter. Sunn^ t0
mm Baron, son of Mr L
Sam Baron. Detroit'^
has been.announced bv>
Mrs. Frank Berger wf
Tree Drive. 6 W
The bnde-elect k ,
of Miami Beach Hi ^gf
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Joan Breslow, Daniel
Bader Betrothed
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TRIPAY, MAY-16, 1952
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Personally Speaking
Appeal Volunteers
Affirm Support
Rabbi Kalman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Max Shapiro
fctual leader of Congregation Beth David, is recuperatinq follow-
ha a severe illness.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hauer, of 825 Michigan Avenue are
leaving for New York, where they will attend the wedding of
jheir neice and celebrate their 22nd anniversary with relatives
and friends.
* -*
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Resnick, of 455 NW 45th Avenue, will
hosts at their home to members and friends of the Miami
Chapter, Hebrew Academy Women, on Thursday evening.
^* "^ ^K
Airman Second Class Irwin S. Moss is home on furlough en
e to his new station, Fairchild Air Force Base Spokane ,.,CampalSn Chairman Carl Wein-
Washington. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss.of 2224 sin^T/Vet^oli^^Divi^n
BW 12th Street, Miami. | workers who pledged continued
"^ ^* "^
Mrs. Jeanette Moscovitz, of 4570 Royal Palm Avenue, was
|iostess at her home last week to members of the Anna Miller
circle.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Epstein and son, Irving, of 335 SW 30th
load. Miami, are leaving Monday for Detroit. Michigan, where I workers tTacceVthe iifP'snteCr
fcey will be present at the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Sidney, task before them."
fhe Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levine, their
laughter and son-in-law.
* *
Mrs. Maury Coulton, Mrs. Jack Reidnick and Mrs. Fred
sandier were hostesses at a luncheon Saturday honoring bride-
fclect Miss Bette Irene Fiedler. The affair was held at Howard Wei,dbe'g- More than 700 pledges
tv-ncnn's Cards wenr distributed to the vet-
Dnnsons' .* -k c,ran wrkers gathered at the
J ^ cleanup rally, and a unanimous
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alter have moved to their new resi- ] pledge was affirmed by the group
lence at 4210 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach. They were wed
kere recently, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
* M *
Mrs. Leona Levin, of 4136 Alton Road, was hostess at her
pome on Monday to members of the Greater Miami Chapter,
Women's American ORT.
More than 100 workers in the
Metropolitan Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal pledg-
ed their unified support of Chair-
nn ?} WeLinkle at a cleaup
rally held in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Key workers were honored by
Metropolitan Chairman Fred K
Shocket at the dinner affair for
their sustained devotion and con-
tinued work in securing pledges
in the final weeks of the annual
drive. More than $60,000 has al-
ready been raised in the Metro
oplitar. Division towards its $80,-
000 goal.
support until the goal's success-
or at,tainment- Mr- and Mrs.
Weinkle accepted expressions of
confidence on behalf of the Cam-
paign's Executive Committee,
stating that the gesture indicated
a deep-seated and sincere desire
on the part of the volunteer
Reports were heard from seven
geographic areas in Dade County
headed bv Mrs. Milton Sirkin Ir-
ving Saal, Ben Clein, William
Knpealer, Leonard Kalish, Mrs.
Benjamin Miller and Naphtali A
!% 1i w= vu-"iers ofthe TemPle Beth Sholom PTA were
nslalled by Rsbbi L*on Kromsh during Friday evening services
last week. Shown above are lop row Cleft to right) tfafc Mesdames
rr ,. etS' Vlce Presideni-" Benjamin Mandell. treasurer; and
til Mellzer. corresponding secretary. Bottom row Cleft to right)
are the Mesdames Jack Low. recording secretary; Irving B. Kap-
lan, president; ana Gilbert Goldman, vice president. Not pictured
is Mrs. Albert Reisman. vies president.
tonz To Head
[ionist Youth
At the last meeting of the
Si i.i Miami Zionist Youth
pmmissioi) held at the home of
Bertram Miller. Harry J.
|onz was elected chairman. He
Ucrecds S. A. Goodman.
I Sonz is vice president of the
praol-.Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
"ict and chairman of the Board
I Beth Jacob Temple. He is
btive in the Boy Scouts of
America, Advancement Commit-
e Imquois Nation, South Flor-
* Council and a member of the
Briety Club, Oddfellows and
meiican Legion.
Sonz explained that the work
the Youth Commission is to
Mdinate the efforts of the Zion-
Form Belle
Chapter Here
The new Belle Chapter of B'nai
B'rith held its first installation
of officers last Sunday at the
home of Janet Sermoneta.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, after
whom the chanter is named, serv-
ed as installing officer.
Officers who were installed in-
clude Maxine Brandeis, presi-
dent; Hannah Forsch, vice presi-
dent; Sondra Levy, secretary; and
Barbara Medcove, treasurer.
The Belle Chapter, consisting
of fifteen girls, was formed last
March 16th, and meets weekly at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Mrs. Perry Jcrvis is advisor.
The installation was held in
conjunction with a B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization Parents' Day.
Harry Sonz
Organization of American and
Hadassah into stimulat-
U. guiding and directing the
prk and development of the
e general Zionist Youth bod-
Junior Hadassah, Young Ju-
fij and IZFA.
|Other officers of the commis-
W are Mrs. H. C. Moser, Jos-
\ Pardo, Mrs. D. Cravitt and
ius Rosenstein; Rabbi Moses
icscnelrjff, treasurer; Arnold
fner, financial secretary; and
Gerald Soltz, recording sec-
tary.
West Miami To
Present Coward's
Blithe Spirit
The West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter will present a production of
Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit on
Saturday and Sunday evenings,
June 11th and 12th, 8 p.m., at the
Center building.
Director of the play is Blake
Laddie who staged a Gay Nine-
ties Review here earlier in the
year. Members of the cast in-
clude Rae Goodling, Roz Bretan,
Natalie Finn, Helen Burrows.
Ruth Lebar, Henrietta Randall
and Bob Tand.
In charge of scenery is David
Burrows. Others assisting are
Adele Weiner, tickets; Thelma
Pascal, secretary; Bette Breslow,
props; and Doris Alderman, cos-
tumes.
to achieve the goal here.
Among those who will partici-
pate in the final cleanup drive to
secure funds for Israel and for
many national and local Jewish
welfare agencies are:
Charles and Nathan Adelman, Mas
Aaar, Mrs. M. Bawer. Mr, and Mr*
Nat Becker, 8am Berber, Mr. and
Air. Burnateln. Mr. and Mrs i;,.M
Cleln, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen Dor-
othi Coto, Mr. and Mrs Coulton,
Roue Deroungr, Mr. 11. l>r..likin. Mrs
-Nnthan Dubler, Mr. and Mrs. M
I-"i.-r. M. Preldberr, Anna Prey, Mr
and .Mrs sun Friedman, Mrs, Pearl
Orati and Mrs Yi-tta Qreetiman,
Others assisting include: Mr. and
Airs. Maurice Qrosaman, Mr. and Mrs
Harry Gordon, Mr and Mrs Sun
Helman, Nat Hurawlts, Bernard Hut-
ner, Mr. and Mrs llcnlamin Jonas,
Mrs. Frieda Kalslein, Mr. and .Mrs.
Hyman Kam, Mrs B. Krants, Abe
Kurman. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Uaater,
Mr. and Mrs Tarold Lebow, l>. H.
Lelberman, Frieda Levine, Mr. and
Mis. Sam I.nby, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Makovakv, Mrs i, Mamches, llv
Morris. Mr. and Mrs. n. Morrison and
Mr and Mrs Henry Nadilman.
The fullou'lne veteran rampalRners
will also continue the door-to-donr
solicitation din-In? the next two weeks
to complete the work of the Metro-
politan Dlvlalon:
it.is.- Oatmw, 1,011 Phillips. Or. and
Mrs Harry ll Queen, .lark Regal. Mr.
anil Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Walter
I'osenthal Mr and Mrs K Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier. Mr. and
Mrs. Irvine Schatxman, Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Si-itlin. Harry SVIIemnn. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Settler, Fred Shnrhet.
M>- and Mrs Morrii Simon, Miriam
Slrkln, 1-oe Stflnhere, Mrs. Fannie
Strauss. Mr and M's Jacob Victor
Mr. and Mrs Part Weinkle. Mr. and
Mrs N\ Weldberfr, Mr. and Mrs.
T-ouis Wcintrauh and Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Z.-ltzer.
Meanwhile, Weinkle told a Mi-
ami radio audience that some
7.000 persons here have made
their personal* contributions to
the Appeal this year but that the
rarrniion was still short of its
$1,477,658 goal.
fcceives $1,000 Check
Ha. Molly Lozoff, of the West
icnii Jewish Center Sisterhood,
Rented a check of $1,000 to
W' Dresner at a recent general
P nhership meeting of the Sis-
food. Dresner accepted the
F*k on Dehalf of the Center
if money win be used to equip
Center kitchen.
Golden Age Club
Holds Graduation
On Sunday. May 18th, 2:30
p.m., at the Miami Branch, Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center, the Golden Age Fried-
ship Club will hold exercises to
mark the close of the second year
of its English Class.
The program will include an
address by Bernard Segal, Activ-
ities Director of. the Center.
Musical selections will be by
Boris Gorkin, and a report of the
progress of the past year bv the
following students: Mr. and Mrs.
Henry, Mrs. Rose Robinson, Boris
Gorkin, Mrs. B. Helsen, Mrs. T.
Magun, Mrs. K. Fcldman, Mrs.
Rae Russak and Mrs. M. Kan-
ner. ,.
The English Class, under the
supervision of Mrs. M. W. sta,'k-
meets on Monday nights, 7:30
p.m., at the Center. Instruction
covers reading, writing, spelling
and letter writing.
MtteuHH Plans
For installation
Mrs. Harry Siegel and Mrs.
Jack Gordon, installation co-
chairmen, will discuss final plans
for the installation of newly elec-
ted officers at the regular meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Auxil-
iary. Jewish Consumptives' Re-
lief Society, on Mondav evening.
Mav 19th. 8 p.m., at the Shelborne
Hotel.
Officers of the Auxiliary arc:
The Mesdames Morris Goluskin,
president; Harry Siegel, 1st vice
president; Peter Kaplan. 2nd vice
president; Paul Remmier. corre-
sponding secretary; Sam Kalmus,
recording secretary; Robert Gold,
financial secretary: Jerry Pon-
cher, treasurer; Maurev Poncher,
case chairman; and Dewey Klein.
Ida Poncher, and Jennie Rouss-
man, trustees.
Junior Opera Guild
To Perform Die
Fledermaus Here
The Junior Opera Guild of Mi-
ami will make its first Miami
appearance in the operetta. Die
Fledermaus, in a benefit per-
formance at 8:30 p.m., May 31st,
in the Dade County Auditorium.
The performance', under the di-
rection of Arturo DiFilippi, will
be given in English, and proceeds
will go to the Dade County Can-
cer Institute Cytology Center.
Aiding DiFilippi as stage direc-
tor is Edward ,Doe. Mrs. Lina
Maddaford will be pianist. Leo
Ackerman, member cf the an-
cer Institute's Board cf Direc-
tors, is coordinating arrange-
ments.
Ackerman, member of the Can-
applied toward the Institute's
current membership enrollment,
aimed at raising $101,750 to make
up the center's operating deficit
for the coming year.
The cytology center, in its sec-
ond year of operation, is conduct-
ing the enrollment with Leonard
A. Wien, president, and W. Kieth
Phillips and Dr. Homer L. Pear-
son as leaders. The center in-
cludes programs of cancer de-
tection, research, training and ed-
ucation.
Tamara Chapter
Installs Sunday
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, will install newly elec-
ted officers at a banquet to be
held Sunday, May 18th, 6:30 p.m..
at the Trocadero, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Israel Yulish as president
heads the group. Mrs. Emar.uel
Karger, regional director, will
conduct the installation cerernon-
ies which will seat the Mesdames
Max Frank, Max Sternstein and
Samuel Weinbaum, vice presi-
dents; Sidney Margolies, record-
ing secretary; Henry Cohen, cor-
responding secretary; Lillian
Bogdan. financial secretary; and
Henry Chill, treasurer.
Rabbi "Abraham M. Cassell,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Kneseth Israel, will be guest
speaker. Harold Shapiro, attor-
ney, will be master of ceremon-
ies.
Hebrew folk songs sung unac-
companied by Stella Andre will
be a feature of the evening's en-
tertainment. Banquet reserva-
tions are in charge of Mrs. Max
Frank.
President Truman
Cites B'nai B'rith
B'nai B'rith men and women
will be awarded national citations
by President Truman at public
ceremonies in Washington on
Wednesday, May 21st, in tribute
to the Order's service program
for the disabled veterans in hos-
pitals since the end of World
War II.
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MY APPRECIATION AND GRATITUDE
to the Doctors. Nurses and Mt. Sinai Hospital for their devoted
care; and to the many friends who ffant good wishes and offer-
ed prayers for my recovery during my recent illness.
Rabbi Kalman Shapiro
.
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fJewist fhrMHan.
la lit" !\"Mix(iii
Win* lonlrsl
The essay contest of the Amer-'
Association tor Jewish Edu- j
:i here has been won by Jane
N stein, ;i student ;it the Miami
H .'. School and Congregation.
Miss Neusteir.'s choice ol Mj
Fa\ i te Character In Jewish
i >. was Rabbi Men-, of TaUj
mudic fame. The winner of the]
local prize has been awarded a
musical Menorah offered by the
B au of Jewish Education ol ;
ater Miami. Her essay will be
i nti red into the national contest,
prizes for which will be awarded
in Philadelphia, on June 6th, at
the Bar MitZVah celebration of)
the American Association.
Three other local essays will be
se.-.t to Philadelphia for inclusion
in tne national contest. They in-
clude Moses, submitted by 1'amra
Mamches, ot the Bureau's He-
brew High School; Rashi, submit-
ed by Milton Tam'oor, of the
Bureau's Junior College; and Ye-
I'.uua HaLevy, submitted by
Frances Fronie, of the High
s ioL
J ..ages for the local contest
wi re Louis Schwartzman and
H< rbert Berger, executives of the
Bui eau.
Physicians' Wives
Conclude Season
The Physicians' Wives Club of j
Greater Miami will hold its con-,
eluding meeting of the season to-
morrow evemng at the home of,
Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan. 3724 Pine-
tree Drive. Featured will be a
I at I) ue ana musical review
written and directed by Mrs.
Trixie Levin.
Appoint Zinn
\ssovintv Judgv
Harold Zinn has been named
Ass ciate Municipal Judge ol the
i ity of Miami Beach bv Cla
I nshaw, City Manager. Con-
: ition ol the appointrru nt as
unanimously made during a
i incil meeting late last week.
A University of Miami alum-
nus 4 the Class ol 1941, Zinn has
[or 2'; years He is a
: pn sident of the Miami
p... h Bar Association and a
mb< r of B'nai B'rith and Ten
. Bi tl Sholom. Judge Zinn is
.. formei member ol the Uni-
versity "'. Miami Symphony Or-
i i
During World War II. he serv-
ed vith the United States Navy
Jucge Zinn resides with his wife,
y, and children, Barbara Ann
R chart, at 545 West 40th
Stri t. Miami Beach.
The Best Qualified .
SHEPARD BROAD
A man with an outstanding rec-
ord of personal civic achieve-
ment in D.ide County
Received the most votes from
the people in Distric' 5* fron
which he and his opponent iwhc
received on.y 24 of the vot- ir
that district), srek the county
_ommiss'cn seat.
Shepard Broad, is a successful
Business man. not a petty pre
stonal politician who seeks of-
fice for personal gain. Shepard
Sroad is a reliqioufl man. a fam
ily man. a man you can trust.
Shepard Broad it an ideal public
serv ini
isravlitv (enter
Joint Luneheon
T!"e Dora Stein Sisterhood and
the PTA o! the Israelite Center
will sponsor a joint Luncheon and
Fashion Show, at the Center on
Wednesday noon, May 21st.
Mrs. Harry Buck Silvennan |
and Mrs. George Graham arc co- I
chairmen. Assisting are the Mes-
dames George Kessler, serving
chairman; Sam Sandier and Sam
Zollinger, tickets; ar.d S. L- Co-
In n. publicity.
Serving as models will be the
Mesdames Dave Goldberg, Bert
Toppeil. Barney Weidenfeld.
Dave Granat, Russell Horowitz.
Morris Aron and Jack Schwartz
Narrators will be Mrs. Norman
Bergrin and Mrs. Joseph Feld.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NCiTICK IS HKHKHY GIVEN that
I!,,, mull rslgi a. ilenii Ins. to ei I In
under tin- fi. litlous name :
RAYVI i: JKW ki.KKs. a) 842 Mich-
igan Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends
i -. i ., nami >* '. i! i l! Clerk
of the Cirrull Court o( Dade County,
1 ioi Ida.
SKYMOIR TENZER
Sole iw ner
____________
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23131
RE: ESTATE UK
ATWKi.i. m>AM, also known n
ATWARH OUAM, ATWOOH
< i| >AM, CHARLES il 1AM and
CHARLES WILLIAMS
I lecenaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereb) given thai l
. riled mj final report and petition
for final Discharge as Administra-
trix of the state of ATWELL ODAM
..... -. a and thai .'ii the 16th day
June, lf.2, I will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
i -.. int). floi Ida. foi appi oval ol said
ial report and f->r final dlachaige
Ins Administratrix ( the Estate "f
ATWELL M' AM. de< nsed
This 12th daj ol May, I 152
MAGGIE ODAM
Adminlsti atl ix
HARI iLIi Sll MMRO
Attoi ni I": Maggie < "dam,
\ tratrix ol Estate of
Vtwell Odam, deceased.
|i _... 6 8
Metropolitan Division worker* attend a Clean-up Rally to bring the current Combined Jewish Ap.
peal to a successful conclusion. Shown with a huge cake bearing a pledge to Cheirman Carl Wti.
kle of continu*d cooperation are (left to right) Mrs. Pau'ine Gratx, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Lent
Minties. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Irving Schatsman. Mrs. Frances Makovsky. Carl Weir.kle, Nat ft*
witx, Harry Seligman. Sophie Frey. Mrs. Rose Deyong. Sam Luby. Jr. and Metropolitan Chalrma,
Fred K. Shochet. ________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
li islness under il"' fictitious name
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, ;ii 1250 -
Strei t, Miami Beai h, InU nds i" i
Inter said name :ili the Clerk
the Circuit Court <>f Dade Cow
Florida.
RENATO I.IA
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Al tornej for Applicant
g: > Si bold Bldg,
:. 9-16-:
hal
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
deslrlii.: i" !.~.ik' in
under I ho flctlt ous name of
ROYS RESTAI'HANT, al 3 '- Wesl
i-i Street, Mian l
I I %v il li till I I.
of Mi.- Circuit ('oui' ol I'.ii' C
i
RoY V HOI
STEPHEN I- KESSLER
280(1 W 1'iaglei >
.. ,;
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage I" ;
business undei the fictitious name of,
SOBEL CONSTRUCTION CO tNot
Inc i. ai Dade County, fla Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I' lorlda.
AL SOBEL
-. 9-16-3B-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14976C
CLARENCE MQORE, Plaintiff
vs.
Et'LALEE MOORE, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, Et'LALEE MOORE, ll" W"e1
|42nd Street, New York City, New
York, are hereby notified that -i Bil!
of Complain! for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve i copj of Jtour Ans-
wei o Pl( adlng t>> the Bill "f I 'om
plaint .ai the plaintiff's attorney,
Harold Shapiro, 927 Lincoln Road,
\l ..... I'.-.i. h. Florida, and file the
oiIklnaI Answer or Pleading In the
..fii.v of the Clerk << it"' Circuit
Court ........ before the 6th day "i
June, 1952. If you fall t'> a-> so, Judg-
. nl bj default will i- taken ngalnsl
\,ni f,.:- the relief demanded In tli-
BUI .,f Complaint.
DONK AND ORDERED al Miami.
l-lorlda Hil- Till daj of May,
I B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Cln uil Court,
I lade 'ounty, floi Ida
i Courl Keall
Bj R M RICE, JR.,
i'. putj Clerk



WORDS *H't.uw...
VOTE Vcut 4k f
A million words cannot alter the
truth. Lies cannot aVer the record.
Dan McCarty has given us the
strength of his fine record...the
wisdom of his experience, and the
great integrity of character that has
successfully fought off the deceitful
tactics of desperate opposition. All-
Florida has examined the real
issues. All-Florida has found a
solid man worthy of your vote.
ELECT
SHEPARD
BROAD
County Commissioner
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| Be sure to cast an Absentee
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from Carl Holmer's office. 11th
floor. Court House. Miami, Fla.,
cv mail or in person. Ballots
-nust be returned by May 26th
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FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1952
Sternberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Miss
Lillian Sternberg, formerly of
1610 Pennsylvania Avenue, Mi-
air.i Beach, and owner of Lillian's
Dress Shop, 350 Lincoln Road,
will take place Sunday, May 18th,
1:30 p.m., at Nt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Miss Sternberg is survived
by her mother, Minnie; a sister,
Jessie Sternberg and two broth-
ers; Harry and Ben. Arrange-
im nts are in charge of Palmer^s
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Bloom Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
Bo the memory of the late Frieda
igloo n, formerly of 426 Jeffer-
son Avenue, Miami Beach, will
fake place Sunday, May 18th, 1
p !i at Mt. Sinai Memorial Cem-
Cery with Rabbi Simon April
Officiating. Mrs. Bloom is sur-
vived by her husband; Abe, two
laughters, Mrs. Dorothy Shap-
toiii> of Miami, and Miss Ruth
Bloom, U.S. Army; a son, Philip
Bli'iiin and two sisters; Mrs. Es-
llu I Tuchman, Mrs. Nate Moro-
towitz. Arrangements, are in
i of Pabners's Miami Mon-
ument Company, Friends and
datives are asked to attend.
of Miami. Arrangements are in
mrnfr0' Palmer'S Miami Mnu
ment Company. Friends and rel-
atives are asked to attend.
Obituaries
. jgMtjg nmr+Hnn
PAGE 9 A
May
PETER BLANK
r ...... Conine Avenue, died on
-tii. a realdenl of Baltimore
hj a urvived by his wife, A, ,i
eone, Benjamin and Nate it"
malm were sen! to Baltimore Marv-
tin- maml Beach Riverside.
JAColI ENTINR
" "f ,""' M-i.ii;,,, Aveiue
.Ma.r Mli. a resident here f...
i- years, he is survlv
Prances, and two ,
and Sarah. Remains
< blcago, lllnols, for
I by
ste
terment
side.
i>
services
the Miami Beach I
died on
the past
his wife,
Prances
sent to
and In-
tlver-
A.NN SISKIX
, of f.il Espanola Way, passed awa>
on May gth. she is survived by hei
Husband, Many, one si>n, Roy, and
one daughter, Evelyn. She also leaves
rive brothers and i lister. Remains
were sent to Cleveland, Ohio, for
rvices and Interment bj the Miami
Beach Rlversld
by the Miami llcach Riverside.
ROBERT I- SCHWARTZ
M, a resident of Miami Beach
AUantlc Beach, Urn. i,tand,
V"'k; ''"'' May 12th. lfe is
vived by his Wife, Rose. Remains
were sent to Brooklyn, New Vorlt, for
Hcrylces, and nterment by the Miami
lif.uh Riverside.
and
New
SUI-
MILDRED K. WINSTON
\i.',,',:,.'.'- ?w "",h Avenue, died on
Maj mi.i in a local hospital. She
is survived by her husband, Morris,
one son, I aptaln Bertram, one daugh-
ter, Thelma, and ivy. grandchildren,
carol Ann and John Bennet. She
also leaves two brothers, Arthur and
i.'-si. ami one sister, Rose. Services
were on May 12th. al "The Miami
Riverside with Dr. Joseph Narol
officiating,
PATRICIA ANN NEWMAN
19, .1 itudent at the University of
Miami, passed awas suddenly on Ad-
rll 30th. in a local hospital, she Is
survived by her parents, William and
Berths Newman, of Cleveland, Ohio
Remains were sent to Cleveland for
services ami Lntermenl by "The .Mi-
ami Riverside".
., i:tta ROSE
jl. of 1940 Park an. 1, 1. died on Mai
10th. She is survived l.\ her husband
Samuel, two sons, Howard and Wil-
liam, ami her mother, Mrs. .1 w
Donchin. Remains were senl to Chi-
cago, Illinois, for services and
men 1 bj the Miami Beach Riverside.
Klein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
memory of the late Julius
BCkn,. formerly of 911 Euclid Av-
Miami Beach, will take
lace Sunday, May 18th. 1 p.m.,
t Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rab-
i Shmaryahu T. Swirsky offici-
ting. Mr. Klein is survived by
Kis wife, Rose, and a sister. Mrs.
taynol "f Miami. Arrangements
re in charge of Palmer's Miami j
or.ument Company. Friends
intl relatives are asked to attend.
DOREY LEW
82, of L'li:, Calais Olive, die I on Mn>
lit". He Is survived by his wife,
Remains wei s. nl to New
roik City for services und Intel .. 1
SAIL KOMI-:
81, of 1890 sw 1 stli Terrace, passed
away on May 2nd. in a local hos-
pital, lie is survived by his wife,
Sarah, two daughters, Ubbye and
Barbara, and two Bisters, Sarah and
retta. Remains were sent to Wash-
ington, D.C., for services ami inter-
ment by "The Miami Riverside".
JOSEPH KAVBLSON
79, ..r 7701 Erwln Road, Coral Uables,
passed away on May 5th, in a local
fiosnltnl. He is survived by two
nephews, Lewis and Abe, and one
Rose. Services were on Maj
7th, .11 "The Miami Riverside", with
Rabbi Mmii is Skop officiating.
MAX QLOOER
:>;. of 119 sw 16th Avenue, died on
May r.tli. in a local hospital, II.
survived by his. wife, Fannie, one son,
Sol, and one daughter, Hose. Servic-
es were on May 9th, at "The Mb.mi
Riverside", with Rabbi S T. Bwirsky
officiating. Interment was on Mount
Sinai Cemetery.
Services were on Wednesday at t'.ie
Miami Heach Riverside.
SAMUEL W. BTONE
45, of 4211 Eapanola Way, died on
Tuesday In the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital, a fermer professional
boxer and resident here for the paal
20 years, lie is survived by his mother,
brother and sister, all MIRIAM LEVINE
j8, of lj.'.T Meridian Avenue, died in
May 13th. A resident here for the
past five years, she is survived by a
daughter, Betty, and a son, Jack. She
also leave* four sisters, Including
Mrs. Nathan Wolf son, of Miami
Beach, and one brother. Services
were on May 14th, at the Miami
Beach Riverside, with Rabbi Mole
Meacheloff officiating. Interment is
on Mount Nebo Cemetery.

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PAGE 10 A
fJewish fk>rkiain
FRIDAY, MAY 16,
Leaders To Fight Congressional Cut Of
Mutual Security Aid Funds For Israel
(Continued from Page 1 A)
assistance include funds for hous-
ing, seeds, fertilizers, farm build-
ings, farm tools, livestock, med-
ical facilities, transport, power,
irrigation, new machinery and
industrial raw materials, fishing
boats, deep-freezing plants and
refrigeration equipment.
It is proposed to linance a
certain amount of medical sup-
plies and equipment including
materials for the construction of
additional hospital facilities. The
emergency program se< ks to fa-
cilitate highway and port con-
struction, provide spare parts and
n aintenance facilities for exist-
ing equipment and permit the
acquisition of some new vehicles.
United Stales Policy
Meanwhile, it was reported in
Washington that United States
policy towards the State of Is-
rael was forcefully defined by
the State Department in a state-
ment to the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee.
The statement, made by Arthur
Z. Gardiner, economic opera:
adviser to the departments New
East bureau, affirmed:
"The promotion of Israel's po-
litical and economic stal
its eventual integrati n in! thi
Ni ar East area on .. an isis
are among the prim;.; ves
of U: ited State ton licy."
To carry out this policy, the
State Department official added.
"we h ive consistently sought.
I eth within and outside the
framework of the United States.
to encourage peaceful settlements
between Israel and its neighbors,
to stimulate economic develop-
ment and thus to create con-
ditions favorable to the viability
and effective defense of the reg-
ion."
The State Department official
described austerity measures tak-
er, by Israel and fund-raising ef-
forts in the United States, 'in
spite of thi Be measures," he said.
"Israel's financial position has
continued to deteriorate. Des-
pite intensive efforts to raise the
funds to carry out the minimum
investment program required to
resettle Us refugees. Israel has
been unable to find sufficient fi-
nancial resources to maintain its
population, evi n at austerity lev-
Mrs. Rom* \nmt'il
Mother Ot Year
Mrs. I. uis >; ss, ol 4519 Royal
Palm Avenue. Miami Beach, was
n M thei I >: The \- ar by i
T< n pie B> I Sh lorn Religious
School at tl .' nual Mother-
Cl .: : i cheon last Saturday.
wing thi special Mothers
. S ... in the Temple.
A Ci cup was
: I to Mrs. H iss, t e im-
iiate past president of the
PTA oi Beth Sh y Mrs.
. v.. nish.
els. while developing a self-sus-
taining economy." He recom-
l mended aid for Israel through
the foreign aid program.
In giving arguments in favor
Of aid to Israel. Gardiner said
, Israel's army was "exceedingly
effective." He said. too. that "I
think the reason that would con-
vince me we should take a step
ot this nature, or rather continue
in this same path that we follow-
ed last year, was that they have
got an obligation to those Euro- ,
pean Jewish people, who were
|persecuted by Hitler, who were
persecuted bv the Russiars and
who have found refuge in Pales-
tine, aided and abetted by many
American influences, and with
the blessing of the American
i ; rnment."
Jennie Grossinger Receives Tribute;
Yeshiva University Seeks $250,000
$ tiurApie-s= wasa aKanSs
here "introduced Robinson and Dr. Isadore H. Shoulson who heads
the University's 1952 campaign
, i It was reoorted that Yes-
hiva's goal for the establishment
of the medical school is $25,000 -
000. and that some $250,000 will
be sought in Miami during the
next three years.
Featured at the breakfast was
the presentation of a Merit
Plaque to Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
of the Pancoast Grossinger Ho-
tel, who has been active in be-
half of many humanitarian pro-
jects locally and nationally.
Acting as representative of the
Women's Division, Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Mrs. Walter Diamond, of
New York, presented the plaque
to Mrs. Grossinger. Official rec-
ignition, in absentia, of her ef-
.ort "as a loyal friend" of the
institution of higher learning was
made earlier in New York on
April 3rd, at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. .. ,
ihs erection of the medical
school will mark the first time
in America's history that the
Jewish community has sought to
make a collective contribution in
the medical sciences. The Bronx
ilrandeis UoUIh
Arts Festival
t of the nation's disting-
rary poets will
part pate in the Brandeis Uni-
v sit\ F< si al :' Creative Arts
. i at 1 Wall am, Mass-
.. stil at n from June
12th thn ugh 15th,
K S:-.ar-.:v. Piter Yiereck
and w Ilia r Carl s Williams will
0ffei of their poems in
the Saturday afternoon session
of the four-day Festival. Under
tre direction of Leonard Bern-
..-.. director of the School OI
Creative Aits at Brandeis, the.
Festival will present a sustained j
inquiry irto the present state of
the creative arts.
The poetry reading afternoon
will be one of seven sessions
comprising the four-day Bran-
deis Festival. The initial event
will be an opening symposium.
An Inquiry Into The Pri n1
State Of Creative Arts. Dr. Ab-
ram L. Sachar. Brandeis presi-
dent, will deliver the opening
address, and Professor Leonard
Bernstein will serve as moder-
ator.
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Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (second from right) shows a Certificate
of Distinguished Service awarded her by Yeshiva University s
Women's Organization at a breakfast held here. Left to right
U\l Mrs. Jeanette Diamond, Leo Robinson and R. William Apte.
chairman of Miami's Friends of the Yeshiva University Commit-
tee, looking on. ______________
Hebrew School
Juniors Hold
Installation Here
The Mr. and Mrs. Juniors of ,
the Miami Hebrew School and '
Congregation held their First An- i
nual Installation Dinner at
Jonesy's Restaurant last week.
Installation ceremonies were ['
performed by Rabbi Simon April
Newly eleeted officers who will
:ne tin ii duties are Monroe,
Dixon, president; Herbert Cole,
vice president; Mrs. Sidney Ru-
bin, secretary; and Mis. Hal Gra- ;
ham. treasurei.
DAVID M. GORDON
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
announces
the opening of his office
20 S.E. 3rd Avenue
Miami 32, Florida
Roper Building
Telephone 9-7769
A Tried and True Guard
Should Be Kept At His Post!
To keep your homestead exemption safe from the
special privilege boysl
-* To keep Dade County assessments fair and equit-
able!
+ To continue the honet. efficient and
courteous operation of the tax as-
sessor's office!
3
Re-elect. J. W. "Newt
LliMMUS
THE MAN WITH OUTSTAND-
ING RECORD OF PUBLIC
SERVICE!
IM I1. 1 Ailv )
Thanks To All !
JACK BLOCK
To All My Friends
who supported me in my
campaign for Justice of the
Foace. District 2. I extend
Heartfelt Thanks
FRANCIS J. CHRISTIE
FOR JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE. DISTRICT 2
May I suggest that you join
with me again and vote for
a qualified candidate.
Municipal Hospital Center
which the medical collet*"?
be affiliated, is schedii^
prise 1,250 beds. ^t0Wa..
"This venture represent, 1
of the most significant dcvelr^
ments in the annals of a*
medicine," said Governor TtZ
as Dewey, of New York J
he presented the chnrter'to '
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FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1952
*J(wisti f3oraHar
PAGE 11 A
abbis Arrive Here For Seventh Annual
Convention Of Southeast Synagogues
Flagicr-Uranada
Picks Chairmen
I Home Camp, announced that
| plans were being made for the
camp scheduled to be held this
summer at the Center.
its of local orthodox con-| Alabama, and Rabbi
, will be occupied to- Gross, Miami Beach
by guest Rabbis who are, ^fte
i : the Seventh Annual .,],'.,.,
of the Southeastern
Conference at the He-
\ ad< my si heduled for
and Monday, May 13th
was announced today
>;. Geller, field direc-
I :non of Orthodox
[relations who is di-
|gCi invention.
loses Mescheloff,
Newly elected chairmen of
committees were announced at
Alexander ': i;isl regular meeting of the
ler-Granade Jewish Com-
munity C< ter,
nclude: Budget, Hy Cov-
i; Building, Sidney Raskin;
aer the chairmanship of Rabbi ,! '' Kii liner; En-
rnoon services will take
at Congregation Bi th Tfil-
|ah. The Oneg Shabbal will
aer the chairmanship
:y. An evening reception ;':'"" nl. Morton LebarY Suri-
or delegates and guesti wil f0] -' Shirley Cohen; Religious
low at the home of Mr. and Mr Activil s, Samuel Isen^
Joseph Cohen, :f520 Pinetree Y,,ulh Coordinator, Frances
Drive, Miami Beach. Traumar.: Athletic, Paul Marks:
The busi i j,:rv on Sun- 5on^' ''" Masters and
day, May 18th. will be held at ,',:'!' ,r; Audit, Sidney
Robert
Still* r;
Joseph Rackovsky, of Congrcga-
|: Tfilah, has invited Rab-
I inn Posner, spiritual lead-
er ni the Sherith Israel Syna-
t Nashville, Tennessee, to
f, his pulpit.
lion House of Peace, Columbia,
Carolina. The sermon at
brew Academy will be de-
I by Alfred Fruchter, of
.-.'I Beth El Emeth.
'!'i iini s. i
Tl convention will open to-
' 8 p.m., with a dinner at
Jj i nb Auditorium. Spc-
morning sermons will mark
binical Authority of the confer- <>! Cu
tion Of The Latest Textbooks,
Mih!( in Translation Methods And
The Progress Of The Afternoon
School. The convention will end
a tour of Greater Miami.
Local members of the Conven-
tion Committee include Rabbis
Moses Mescheloff, chairman, Jo-
of Congiegat.on Beth LI of Mi-i soph Rackovsky, Abraham Cas-
ami. Rab'-i Mescheloff will act j sel, Alexander Gross, Shmaryahu
as chairman. Delegates will Swirsky, Simon April and Louis
greetings from Honor- assel :"'d Messrs. MB. Frank,
A! Kneseth Israel, Rabbi Abra- by Philip Bclz. Memphis. Tennes-
-, win have as his guest see. president of the conference,
| Morton Gordon, of Congre- pn Our Program For 1952-53.
The convention banquet will
take place at the Beth Jacob Au-
ditorium under the toastmaster-
ship of Sidney Palmer, president
si miiiuii.i; Millions win iiuuk ucai Kin'unps irom Mo"or-, r, .....",------- "' .,.'
' noSonbbw!!l nave"" Sle *? H'"h- : Palmer, BVSHffi
'...' at Knewth falel, Ml-'"" I5':'(i- f:i"-' ph Cnhc-n and A. H. S..nntaK J
ii the theme The Rab-
an And The Educa-
b Role In The Modern
^Congregation. Modera-
D ; Ri bbi Ai raham (!a
I participants are Rabbi
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First, I express to vou my humble thanks for your
support in the Mav 6 Primary. Our vote was most
encouraging. We now lead by almost 8,000
votes.
Secondly, I would like to remind vou why Grant
Stockdale can do more for District 5 than the op-
position. To beain with I have a good honorable
background in Government. As a United States
Congressional Assistant and as a Florida State
Representative, I have learned much which now
stands me in readiness for the Dade County Com-
mission. The Dade County Commission is con-
stantly working in conjunction with the Federal
Authorities. Matters concerning the Port Author-
ity, Welfare, Hospitals, Highways and Matching-
Funds Programs are found on the County Com-
mission Calendar almost daily.
Through experience Grant Stockdale is well in-
formed with the workings of the National Con-
gress and the several national governmental boards and agencies under it.
The County Commission receives all of its powers through the Florida Legislature. Any ad-
ditional duties or jurisdictional changes which the County Commission might have in plan
must first be submitted and passed by the Legislature. Grant Stockdale through experience
as a State Representative is thoroughly conversant with the machinations of the Legislature.
The Military is biq business in Dade County. The U.S. Army has a large investment here and
just recently the United States Marine Corps has taken over the vast Naval Air Station in Opa
Locka. The Marines are scheduled to make Dade County one of their largest personnel bases
it means millions of dollars annually to all of us. Grant Stockdale is a combat United States
Marine Reserve Captain. Through my experience in World War II, I understand and appre-
ciate the problems of civilians and the military.
District 5 needs business. Most of our problems here on Miami Beach emanate from the lack
of business. The tourist is our business. The University of Miami points out that 14c out of ev-
ery tourist dollar stays with lodging houses and that 86c is spent throughout the county for
other things. Consequently the Tourist Industry is a county-wide problem and not simply the
problem of Miami Beach. We have been treating it as a municipal problem. I shall endeavor
to enlist the support of the County Commission on the theory that the Tourist Industry should
interest every Dade County citizen and not just the individuals on Miami Beach.
The County Commission is a full time position. I shall devote as much time to the office as it
requires to do a qood job. This is a most important qualification and certainly one which
should be carefully studied in this particular race.
Grant Stockdale will stand up and "be counted" for District Five when he feels that he is
riaht. Those who know me best will tell you that I do not lack courage for a good cause or
principle. I proved this qualification when I stood up and introduced the first unmasking law
in Florida. Grant Stockdale fought for this legislative measure for a long period of time be-
fore he received assistance from a single state representative.
These are some of the reasons why I feel that I am better qualified to do a good full time job
as County Commissioner from District Five and because of these good and sound reasons I
sincerely hope that you will vote for me on May 27.
sincer y h ^ alwQvgj GRANT STOCKDALE
ELECT
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GRANT STOCKDALE County Commissioner
MASON RESIDENT DADE COUNTY FOR 17 YEARS
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uring The Week ... a s see it'
By LEO MINDLIN
lumbla University Press has published a book tailed. Chang-
Th. Attitude Of Christian Toward Jew, by Dr. Henry Enoch 77
Dr. Kagan is Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Mount Vernon, New MIAMI, FLORIDA,
I [is psychological treatise on religion and anti-Semitism has'
E n delightful reading.
r Much has been written on the subject of the Jew. Indeed, the
', is been a controversial figure in history since the moment he
. to differentiate himself from his fellow man through philo-
fc' .i.i. anA nthiral sunnosition. Dunns? tho turn miller, ia rf
liBwiislbJBDipidliiaup
FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1952
SEC. 3
au -i to dillereniiaie uui.scu hwh "o n-imw man uiiuukm fjiuiu-
C" hie probing and ethical supposition. During the two miller.ia of
Iri?- 'ti-in rule in the West, his position varied from isolated moments
I1 ,-u-peace and acceptance to the most vicious sort of mass
Ei enter ancl unreasonable challenge. At no time, however, has
Ei h'Vish problem been more ventilated than now. The reasons
|or such close scrutiny are manifest.
For one thing, the recent Hitlerian atrocity stands unmatched
. ,he .Cord of man's experience. Apparently, some degree of
'" It has" sewed the heretofore brazen conscience of society. Its
Tadatf recall the awesome silence with which collectively it ac-
I ted the Nazi brutality directed against a defenseless people.
ne?i mow important, the Usi mass anti-Semitic effort departed
f n the "norm" in that it did not represent an attack of diseased
rhrislian against Jew. as such. Rather, the German horde en-
ed in a program of scientific extermination of Jew and Chris-
?*n alike Apart from the concept ot racial inferiority, the Nazi
as bent on his anli-Semitic process as a means of destroying
1 "fce progenitors of Christianity.
Thus the Church has been forced, for the first time in its his-
iv oDc'nlY to recognize its spiritual father. It has been coerced
I- -V turning about &nd admitting that an attack against Judaism
KnresentS an attack against itself by virtue ol consanguinity. The
,,-,',urine of literature designed to probe the bases of anti-Sem-
I -is been a direct result. Dr. Kagan's treatise stands apart
If manv in that it is neither emotional nor self-opinionated.
' .ina "The Attitude Of Christian Toward Jew, is a detailed
psychological study resulting Horn careful statistical method.
North Shore Center
Floats Building Bond
1 private homes and in stores. Its vision of a
physical center where these activities could te coordinated and
which would stand as a symbol of the unity of the north shore's
Jewish residents became a reality with the purchase of the Center's
present plot ol ground. By Rosh Hashana, 1951, a shell was com-
n Kagan begins his work with an axiomatic principle. He
that "One must first find out whether those- who have
udices against Jews desire to be relieved of these feelings.
o questions anti-Semitism in the name of democratic prin-
but does not rely on such naive argument, alone.
Indicating that the effort here to alleviate negative Jewish
f eiinq is a result of the challenge to American prestige In inter-
national relations, he sets a subtle tone of expediency. In this
rewrd he glosses the superficial arguments of economic compe-
S with individual Christians and mythological world financial
VntrorLnd focuses his attention on On psychological motivating
facto" o" anti-Semitism, instead. Interestingly Dr. Kagan ex^
B"sses the belief that anti-Jewish feeling stems largely from the
funUaritV t.'tween Judaism and Christianity as religious beliefs
t the face of such similarity, he says, the Jew continue, to be
considered an "outsider". His nuturinq of individualistic dietary
nodes and holiday rituals while flaunting as his own the very
divine writings so revered by the Christian makes h.m an ob)ect
o! ambivalence and flustration.
Common religious ideology juxtaposed upon the Jewish main-
te-a-.ee of distinct religious identity is an aspect of this ambiva -
Sure of a critidsm, while the common ideology yields to friction
! 11 the form of a family quarrel.
Reaching'into tho twilight spheres of Freudian analysis Dr.
K s examines the Christian's antipathy as the basis ot anoint re
n rituals common to primitive societies. It has Iong been ac
1 belief that ancient men engaged in the practice ol Minw
, ler. When the male heir was old enough to cha lenge his fatnu
I familial leadership, he would accost h.m in moital comDM. ,
Such parricidal custom ^ g^lJ^ute to&
it was common for primitive "O"" Y!^ J the spring. This, serv-
gods in the winter and to resurrect them, to *pr1,|Ihgough it may
ed to explain the Urtihty cycle of nature. and f"."u*3 show
seem crude now. consideration of ^ETtf dhCTacceptance.
fce rrfarks of parricide as a basic function ^|nfesath/chris.
Dr. Kagan points out ^ttZJ&ttl
turn's unconscious mamory of fa.,ne* *""",,, ,.ince jewish theolog-
ians apparent freedom from similar guilt,>+*, ^ages
ical altitudes incorporate no images wnt.
depicting godhead destruction.
Further Jewish freedom *^2*^&gS*'SJfc
feet of the circumcision ritual which becomes ain awnem
g that allays the God-Father and resolves the fe^tmfor par.
- : .us fears of castration, the ^g^SS/SSrSS Jews killed
i.-ide. Thus, the Christian turns to the '^n *"*[/ f his terrible
Christ and by transference of guilt purges himself ot ms
unconscious burden. ___ rr Kaean suggests
Apart from the. specific Freudian context. Dr. Ka^an^
that anti-Semitism is a result of the Je*' naean society, the
which the Christian became heir. A product of a pagan socie
Gentile was spiritually kidnapped by the Jew. "*
tized him to ethical modes essentially foreign to his nature.
Rabbi Kagan presents three i-Semitism. Essentially, they all in\o v,a vero
rough the interchange of discussion between a KaDDi ana
t.an group at large. ,
In one case. f^mSTSTJOSfSUSS^^
nnr tauuie 01 mis nnwv ? .. ,- one ouqht 10 i"'
feeUng to increase as a result, sincei the way one og
charges considerably in a positive direction, the way
tinues'to teel does not. normal
The other methods Include private,,^3^ to othTrS are
P. udices (often attributed by individual Chmtun^t ^^ io
v -ntilated and where group discussto" Ckmaftt g -popular"
I h .w the Jew as a product of his divine w ritings Dy a
"nti-Semitic beliefs. jwdnalto achieved or failed
Whatever success Rabbi Kagan has elmicall> acmc^ ^.^ ^
t. achieve, the fact remains that he nas^'' quarrel with
corporate* a keen study of ?ntt-Senutwnv My ci mogt ben
it is its intellectual level of difficulty. JnoW'w b la hard
hted by a reading, will find ^ PjggJ* ^ attempts to
g >ing. Further, that Jewish spiritual suPe.n?" ging Christianity's
deny, Rabbi Kagan employs as a means of Begging
indulgence.
ish people. It has been this feel-
ing of pride in family that has
maintained our religious com-
munity during the glorious his-
torv of the Jew."
"The North Shore Jewish Corn-
present plot ol ground. By Rosh Hashana, 1951, a shell was com- _;,,.- ne said -stands to reap
pleted, occupied and served to house the area's first High Holy Day ;a rich n3ivest bv the completion
Seo'icf' .vi a- t -......- lof a center in" which all may
Realizing the immediate urg-
ency of the community for a
fully equipped plant, the Cen-
ter's Board of Directors decided
to complete construction at once.
Rather than approach the area's
residents for direct donations
which would delay completion to
a considerable extent, the Board
decided to finance the construc-
tion program by offering a Pion-
eer Bond Issue redeemable at
face value.
To this end, the North Shore
Jewish Center $75,00 bond issue
is currently offered to residents
T, l of a center in which all may
issue will mature in 5 years. It, joina with pride It wiU cement
bears a coupon rate of 5 per cent i tj,e spiritual unity of residents
interest per annum payable an-1 here. Your investment in these
nually at the North Shore BankJbonds^Urn ^SSfMSZ
Miami Beach. In denominations weU asJ jn t,e entire commun-
of S1.000. S500 and. $250. the ny's."
bonds are callable on or before I At its first Bond Rally some
due date a par. It is the inten-| ten days ago. the Ncith Shore
Son Of the Bond Finance Com-1 Jewish Center f^ 16 DO m
mitne to redeem the issue ac- i- ends as part of its drive-tocom
cording to this schedule: after plete the!*BJ ^r{Iffi
I year, 10 per cent of the total issue. Leadaig the su.bc.ipuon.
Bond: after 2 years, 20 percent; was> Chairman' ^ .who pn
after 3 years, 20 per cent, after, a check.for S3 .50 r. .epre
4 years. 20 percent; and after 51 sents 5 per ce..t ot the

of the Greater Miami area. Au-
thorized by the Board of Direc-
tors last April 22nd. monies de-
rived from its sale will be used
to finance the Center building
as well as the construction ot
the Religious School and Social
Hall the Daily Chapel and ad-
ministrative offices. They will
also aid in the expansion of the
school program. Facilities to ac-
comodatc an additional 100 child-
ren are currently planned. It is
anticipated that the building
schedule will be concluded by
Seotember, 1952
Bond leaders indicate that the
years. 30 per cent.
In order to secure and guaran-
tee annual payment of the bond
principal and interest, the Boaro
of Directors voted to set aside
and deposit with the Committed
some 75 per cent of all special
fund raising events during the
pendency of the issue. This fund
will be used exclusively for the
servicing and redemption of the
bonds. .
Sydney C. Lyons, chairman of
the Bond Finance Committee, in-
dicated that, "The welfare of the
family has always been the pri-
mary consideration of the Jew-
issue. In making his purchase^
he pointed out that more than.
20 per cent of the issue has al-l
ready been realized. Among pur-|
chasers at the Rally were:
Ruth Austiaser, Mr. and Mrs Mor-
rla Black, Rebecca I Black, Arlen^
Brrnner. Leonard Hreimri. M.clia.'l
Krrnner, Morris and Itehe.ca "reiij
ner. Loula and Uoldi* Cohen. Sol ana
Belle Cohen. Mrs. Bertha 1. l.oww.
Mr. and Mrs Morris 1*,U liner. Rita
Epstein. Yetta Keldman, Bara. Klne-
goiu, Mr. Jerome Qfoaa, WJJJjam '
and Thelma Harris, Mr. Mid Mm Jos-
eph Kahn, Susan Kalllfk Milton and
Roz KlrshberK. lark and Bert Kllim-
ar, Mr Mane KluttlB. Harry Kutw .
Irvine I>albson. Isador I.eaklln. Mi,
and lira. Max M. l>-vin. l-aura and
(Continued on Page J a)
Shown above are wor.er, in the North ^ JggJ *,?% fSSl^i S&njg
fc, rteht) ar^ Dan Wagner. Harry Taub.n. Mrs. Wittm J ^Yntub. Bottom row (left to right)


PAGE 2 B
+Jeisfi ftcrktian
fWD^MAYjg
Beach Center Closes
Breakfast Series
The closing Youth Breakfast
Service for the season, sponsor-
ed by the Miami Beach Jewish
'enter, was held here in honor
I Mother's Day in the Center
)ining Room. Rabbi {rving Lehr-
:.ii officiated.
Pupils were accompanied by
h<:. par< i'ts. Scone 150 p< sons
.-. n ;ii the gathering which was
;d in song by Cantor David Sil-
. crman and Robert Strassburg,
[enter music director. A Tribute
'o Mother was staged, with Miss
panne Rubinstein and Miss Jo
0 Becker presenting recitations
1 honor of Mother's Day. Repie-
?nting the mothers. Mrs. Ben
lor Zinsburg read a Mothers'
ray< i.
The Youth Breakfast Service;
ave been sponsored by the Mi-
ni Beach Jewish Center for the
ast eight years.
A Tribue To Mother, presented at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter's closing Youth Breakfast by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Dianne
Rubinstein. Jo Jo Becker and Rabbi Irving Lehrmsn.
nea Mill if
tens Mtur At
iotet Good
Some 200 persons atterded the
>,
I i-o|m ; | Lodge I A*adkiny Board
i o m ill if f II':mIs >|m'I* Si>-itlai>
Appointment of B'nai B'rith I T*11, Board of Directors of the
Service Committees for Tropical K-hrcv Academy will meet Sun-
Lodge has been announced by
President Al Budner at a recent
Executive Board meeting.
Heading the Membership Com-
mittee is Seymour Hinkes and
and opening of Unca Milty's Dr- Lester Gordon, Other chair-
ackett Music Bar Cocktail }m"n are: Anti-Defamation
Dungc at the Hotel Good. Miami ^Sue. Sam Kessler: Veteran's
ach. I Hospital and Program. Lucky
Unca Milty, long tiiiK- favorite naJ'in and Larry Niditch; Blood
Beach Bistro goers, recently Bank. A. Budd Cutler; Hillel. Ray
ansplanted himself from the .Friedman: Social. Manuel Merk-
ivereign Hotel's Bimini Roomler: Budget. Lewis Sternshein;
Americanism, Bob Stone; Tele-
phone. Irwin Killow; Athletic.
fie much larger quarters ol
( Hotel Good t;> accomodate
e huncireds who make Unca
ilty's lounge a must stop in
i ight club life.
Entertainers and < hi > ow i
well as civic leaders, ji
dty's friends to wish him will
i.is new venture. University
Miami students have
xi Unca Milty's their i.v
tertainment spol hi i
s provide \ eir entertainmx nt
e -..' wet kencl parties.
is hm sir. i end-
S Jean Castli pin-
day morning, May 18th, in the
Academy Auditorium at 10:30
a.m.
Among those submitted reports
will be Samuel M. Grundwerg,
Budget^ and Finance Committee;
Solomon Lobel, Wine Project;
Building and Expansion Fund.
Isidore Goldberg: House Commit-
tee. Jack Satin; Admissions Com-
mittee. Lewis M. Escott: and
Membership Campaign. David
Shapiro.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal, will present an educa-
William Herzbrun and Leonard tion report. Also on the agenda
Lil.-.'utz; Young Adult Coui.cil. is discussion of the newly acquir-
Fiank Zieve: South Florida ed building-site at 44th Street
< ouncil, Sam Kessler and David and Chase Avenue
leitel: and BBYO, Irwin Gold- _______,_______\_______
Arthur Siegel Songs
Feature New York Show
I Arthur Siegel. son of Mr. and
Mis. Nathan Si. gel. 1175 SW
A special meeting of the Sun- 22nd Avenue, has completed com-
School Teachers' Association posing eight songs for a new
has been called for Wednesday, show called, few Phases Of 1952.
May 21st. at 8:15 p.m.. by Solo- Tfc show will start on May 15th.
' the mon Lichter, president. The meet- at ,lu' Royal Theatre in New
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PAGE 3 I
North Shore Jewish Center Floats
$75,000 Building Bond Issue Here
well-equipped Center incorpor-
Btes Hie spiritual development of
children and adults, both."
The Center officer and Board
slate, underscoring Rab'oi Abram-
owitz' announcement include:
Melvin PazqJ, president; A. Louis
Mi chlowitz, 1st vici p
Leo Stcinman, 2nd vice presi-
dent; Sam Jaffee, 3rd vice presi-
dent; Abe Weintraub, 4th vice
president; Jacob Mayblum, 5th
vice president: Jack Pritt, treas-
urer; Lester Lasky, recording
secretary; Carl Markowitz, cor-
responding secretary: and Phil
Pritzert, tinancial secretary.
Trustees are:
Aaron Aberach, Melvin Alt mm. Qua
Barg, Ben Baaa, Prank Brlskman,
Jack Croner, Morris Dolllnker, Dr.
Victor l n, if, Rubin Eckstein, Max
Elsensleln, Sam leldman, Morris ten-
hIct. Louis Flihman, Win. Gladstone,
M. Goldberg, Frank Goldman, Laa-
dore Goldmani Dan Harrison, Dr.
David Hendel, Max Kadlah, A. .1.
Kaplan, Jack Klinger, Max Korson,
inour li. Llebman, Irving Meyar-
Bon, (Stanley Phillips, PVank Schneid-
er, Ernest Bnyder, SSm Bolloway, l>r
Bernard Stern, Allan Stratton,
SuBsman and Jerry Sussman.
Abe
Junior iiudussnh
Mautime Dance
On Sunday, May 18th, 9 p.m.,
[at the Sea Gull Hotel, the Mi-
ami Unit of Junior Hadassah will
sponsor* \i r.iaytime Dance, an-
nounced Elaine Schwartzman,
president of the group.
Proceeds of the affair will go
to the Meier Shelayah Children's
[village in Israel which is sup-
1 ported by Junior Hadassah un-
its throughout the United States.
Members 'working on the
Dance Committee are Sylvia Co-
hen, Eliecn Deutsch, Lee Walters,
publicity; Betty Appel, Elaine
Sachs, Miriam Scheinbcrg, Janet
Weil and Doris Kasow, Hostesses;
and Jo Ann Shier and Charlotte
Barken, door.
Ring Theater
Show Tonight
'! : e University of Miami Dra
ma Department will play host t
patrons ol theatre arts at a part;
ard show to be held in the Rin
Theatre tonight, 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Charles Philhour, facult.
advisor to Thcta Alpha Phi. na ?
tional honorary dramatic fratern
ity, has announced that top tal
ent from the University's Dram.
Department will be present t
provide entertainment. Feature
acts will include a comedy roi
tine by Peter Barcia, sor.gs b-'
Mimi Newmark and Dolort
Clifford and dancing by G'An .
and Matt King. Phillis Kapp an
her troupe of dancers will als
perform.
The show is arranged by Jen
Schultz and Bob Gwaltney. Bi
Corio will be stage manager.
Little Kenny Wagner (center) receives a bond from Melvin Pazol
i right), president, which h;s fether, Dan Wagner, purchased for
him as a means of implementing the currant $75,000 issue floated
by the North Shore Jewish Center. Subscription lo the Pioneer
Bonds will hasten the completion of the Cenl.'r building.
(Continued jrom Page 1 B)
Svdno C. Lyons, Bhmuel Osterneok,
Harry Klchman, Hope P. and Albert
I, itoaen, Lillian anil Harry A. Rosen -
Rebecca Rosenblatt, Mr, and
Mm .i Roaenthal, Marione Rosonthal,
Muitii> RosenthaJ, Mr. and Mrs.
Schneider, Eugene J. and ijus-
, Schwars, Joseph mid Pearl Sha-
,,, Charles silvers, Jeffrey Sim-
mons Mr. and Mrs. Milton Singer,
u, Hvman Btern and Mrs. Sophie
Mi ,ii i Mrs. Jerry bussnian,
Melvin A and FVederloa Tanncnhaum,
Mai tin R.....rt Tavlln, Mrs. I knnlc
j rropp, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wag
,,. i Sand> and Kenn> Wagner, Mr.
- Harry White and Jack and
Vera Wilson. .
Recent trustee appointments to
i < Bond Finance Committee in-
William J- Harris. Reuben
rman, Sol Cohen and Al
Mechlowitz. Joe Rosonthal was
nted secretary. Melvin Pa-
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Current TV champions, the Sis-
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gainst the Men's Club, two-time
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be moderator. The champion-
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man, Edith Feldman, Yetta Feld-
man and Faye Rosenthal.
It has been announced t at the
worker soliciting the greatest a-
mount of bonds for the issue will
be awarded a free week-end for
two persons in Havana. The a-
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
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pressed his confidence that the
issue would be completely sold
within a short tin e. "Residents
hi re," he said, "do not have to
I v told of ti e value of an ade-1
quati Center. Our facilities serve .
the comn unity now, but we want
to make sure that no facet ol |
cultural and I
. need. Thi B md Is-
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+Jewist floridian
Miss Simkowitz
Wins Exchange
Club Award
Habbi i^ehrtnan
Attends ilottton
Convention
Rabbi Irving Lchrnian, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, is
representing the center at the
Fwst prize winner this year of
SSk'iGft5ra u3aIilimcoumv'S : fir Jir l National Convention of
^"n",", uCWSS3ES|th United Synagogue of Amer-
ica and the National Federation
speaking contest is Elizabeth
Simkowitz. 16-year-old Junior at
the Miami Beach High School.
The subject of Miss Simko-
witz's award-winning address
Wat: The Individual: Preserver
Of Democracy.
Part of the Exchange Club's
American Citizenship Program,
the contest involves selection of
of Jewish Men's Club which
opened at the Hotel Bradford in
Boston on Wednesday.
Rabbi Lehrman, who serves on
the Board of the United Syna-
gogue of America and on the
Executive Committee of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America, has
been invited to participate in the
convention program honoring the
memory of Solomon Schechter,
founder and first president of the
United Synagogue and of the
conservative movement here.
Among outstanding guests who
will address the Convention are
the Governor of the State of Mas-
sachusetts and the Mayor of the
City of Boston. Ambassador Abba
Fban. of Israel, and the Honor-
able Simon H. Riikind who will
deliver the Keynote Address on
Standards For Jewish Living."
Letters To The Editor
Elizabeth Simkowitz
- in tl e :\ high sch< ols
thei i :
Paul l.illrr
I iiiH-r.il IIHavnl
A table sent early this week to
Mi. and Mrs. Ben Giller. parents
of Paul Oilier wl o was killed in
Israel as a result of a train-auto
accident, announced that un-
avoidable circumstances will de-
l y shipment of the remains of
[the youthlul Zionist and pioneer.
Services were originally sched-
uled in Miami Beach yesterday.
The Gordon Funeral Home, in
charge of arrangements, reported
s
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Ex-
.
nti >t,
iliami
Clu \
ontesi w a I
at '.. winners' t
Miss Simkowitz' score was 440
' ble 500. The win-
of Ml and
I. B s k tz, of 6205
1 '> Di i\ Mian l Beach.
Activ in the Senior Young Ju-
' e is 1 ect chair-
man I the S ithi rn District.
I mmer, she visited Israel
i he first Young Judae i tour
' d by the National organ-
in conjunction with local
egional tips.
Beach Center Schedules
Lag B'omer Picnic
T!''- annual I. ig B'< mer Pii ni<
ft the Miami Bead Jewish Cen-
ter B is School will bi hi
< n Sunday, May 18th, 10 a.m.. at
1 ynolds Park.
Sl i |i nts will te transported in
1 i rid will participate in a
l. gram f gam< ontests
1 < nd field evei ts. Thi Ci n
t< PTA will assist tl e supervi-1
. :l
The on Tuesday that interment "is be-
re-scheduled for tl i
: art of next week.
early
Miami Branch Lists
Program Change
A ch nge in the evening worn-
' athli tii class h been made
Mn day to Wedm sdav .ii
I p m., it was announced hi re
by the Greati r Miami j, wish
Community Center's Miami
Branch.
It was also reported that the
Wi men's Wai V< I rans Auxiliary
has combined with the Miami
Branch women to comprise a
group of some twenty women
for calisthenics-rhythmics, fol-
lowed by net activity and health
club.
Fred Shochet.
Jewish Floridian,
Miami. Florida.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
The tragic and untimely death
of Paul Giller. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Giller, of Miami Beach,
has shocked our community be-
yond expression of words.
Paul Giller's energetic and ag-
gressive efforts toward the es-
tablishment of the State of Is-
rael, particularly during the War
of Liberation, will always be re-
membered by those who knew
him. After the war was won, he
realized that the establishment
of the Jewish State in name only
was not sufficient. Paul Giller
went there, as one of its pion-
eers, to assist in the upbuilding
of the country.
Such a man deserves to be
remembered. Friends of Paul
Giller and family, in his honor,
have decided to accept contri-
butions for the new Hadassah
Medical Center in Israel and to
inscribe his name upon the Wall
of Healing as a permanent trib-
ute to his memory.
1\ raons desiring to perpetuate
his memory may do so by send-
ing their contributions or calling
me, Breakwater Hotel, 940 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Aaron Courshon
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller,
Miami Beach, Florida.
Have no words express my
deep sorrow terrible tragedy
stop Your son was of finest type
of pioneer for Israel stop be
strong.
Golda Myerson,
Minister of Labor,
Government of Israel.
(Editor's Note: Above is the
text of a telegram sent to the
parents of Paul Giller upon his
death in Israel following a train-
auto accident.)
Mr. Leo Minolta
Jewish Floridian
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* knist fkricfictr
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lael's Cultural,
iditional Birth
icers and charter members
L Greater Miami Chapter,
Lc3n Friends of the Hebrew
tgity, heard Dr. Frederic
bian lasl week in an address
Led <-t 'ne Saxony Hotel.
[nbe, of the faculty of Is-
Institution of higher learn-
exchange professor with
Latin American countries,
Lehman expressed his con-
\e m the new state's growth
basis "of its cultural ex-
Ion as manifested in the
lw University."
JLachman told of the Uni-
. ui rent need as a re-
bf the United Nations de-
] to keep the Hebrew Uni-
t's plant n Mount Scopus
U from the faculty and
fc.ouii -tudents.
Tvisiting professor explain-
It the University has been
lo find housing i* Jeru-
, I to continue without
|n< : its 500.000-volume
scientific instru-
ius, the very basis
u ; the new state's fu-
fc.-t-. he said, "its cultural
gc and tradition, stands
King to the fact that Jew-
in:. .;;iuns to world sci-
I >i iphic and ethical
p.T.ent during the past two
"ill effect not been
bin English, French. Ger-
fai trian instead", he
thai J< wish contribu-
henceforth come
w University "as
r. 'ssions."
! apter, American
|.- Hebrew Univer-
1 "gaged in a
fc. li ive tn enroll r< si-
I effort to advance
tution of higher
i. part of American
f il campaign for the
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Pit No. 3, parking lot No 2 i "^ aJn" wiU be tne scene of
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IF. Cole is in charge of arrange-
Music and games are among the j ments, assisted by Mrs. Fred
festivities planned. Mrs. Robertl Sandier
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*Jewis* Her Mian
Federation Maps Budget Based On
Current Totals; 40 Agencies Benefit
cation? to more, sounder administrative and d-
national andjnar,c;ai v n heretof
Appeal; T)ie Board 0{ Governors has
-- R^H^f also approved the recomnv
' "- ol th B ;,1' of the Budeet Committee to
EtheG Miami ZSZSl committee to
- Federation.
F :. wing an evalu I a of the
C ign in us present si
--.bility oi
apDoint a special committee to
meet with Mount Sinai Hospital
leaders for developing a n el
of financing the hospital deficit
and to determine Gretter Mianv
uuvciuuis wuitmwu "- "i iTie additional u,u
the Budget Committe* s ;:ndings|be glven ;r0m the spe<
recommendations submitted provided lo the Jewi
to B-dgct Chairman G* rge Servjce Bureau in orde
c
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funds to th< I i];; nt committee, it was agreed
- of th- C 'b:nedithat the hospital will receive
Jewish Appeal. The Committee 51'20 000 in the event that $1,250.-
wa> also advised to set up allo- i ^q is rajsedi rather than: $107.-
mpaign raise Iqqq wf.icn had been recommend-
$] .'50.0OO or more. Th* Board of ^ bv ,he Budget Committee.
G ompleted a rev; ^c additional $13,000 would
special funds
cish Social
_.ier to meet
its 1950 deficit incurred in ad-
In sul nittu mistering the Refugee Program.
his C Dan B. Ruskin. president of the
kol that 1 ting Greater Miami Jewish Federa-, T r
lion, in; confidence that | ,-,,
workers in the current cam- rnli
paign would be successful m
opening of raising at least a> much as last
ted a serious con-
n for 1 e continued operat.<>n
..! beneficiary agencies
lions aless this s mplished.
,:. :-. Campaign Chairman
Carl Weinkle called attention to
than the fact that funds raised in ex-
tkof S H t $1,250.000 will be;
is rot st local an I national agerj
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and vol- t '{{ |> MotniTH
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not [952 ign to a success- A Mothers Day rartj spon-
md I guaran td by the Pioneer Women,
that I ter Mi >, held late last
;' 0!H'n t the Harfenist Restaur-
1952 :-- '
Grain int.
of the affair went to
"' tewish National Fund and
Program. Mrs.
rations ., ,,.
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, MAY 16. 1952
[legal notice
p BY PUBLICATION
.Circuit court of the
ItH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Ida in *ND FOR DADE
I^TY IN CHANCERY.
1 NO. 14981.,-H
i'i.. Dealership
IlCATION TO BECOME
FREE DEALER
IlKI. I-EVIN
T, -nt Street
nil Michigan
hereby notified Ibal the
L, ,,, llecome R Free Dealer
filed by SARAH L.EVIN
nughi on for final hearing
Honorable Joe N. Morris,
judge* of the above en-
rt |n bis Chambers al Hie
ml, Dade County,
Tnursday, May-29, 1951,
,', lock.
i\i. ORDERED al Miami,
" i:;tli (lav of May, 195J,
i; ||. LEATHERMAN,
cierk, 'ii .-nit I 'ourt,
11 Mi, County, l lorlda
iu wit. W, STOCKING,
rx-puty Clerk
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
FOR DADE COUNTY,
[IDA. IN CHANCERY.'
No. 149881
lAMIN'G, ri.iintiff
CA.MIN<1, Defendant
CE BY PUBLICATION
V CAM1NQ,
ka Lane,
e, Maryland,
quired to serve copy
u\ 'ii,- km of iComplaint
Intiff's attorney. Mult-
KNI'.ERO. l Lincoln
Beach, Florida, anil file
in the office of the Clerk
:1 i'ourt on or before
; otherwise, said Kill
- confessed by you.
12th il I) Of May, A.D.
B. LEATHERMAN,
frit "f the Circuit Court
R. II RICE, JR.
ity clerk
>; G
|RCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
|0R DADE COUNTY,
|DA. IN CHANCERY.
No 13687i-B
Hl'FEET, INC.,
i...... Plaintiff,
PROPERTIES, INC.
and
i i.\l, l >.!' ndants.
ICE OF SALE .
HEREIIY (JlVEN that
of, and pursuant
In i ii.i l i lecree of fore-
le and rendered
Marshall C. Wlse-
. .i.ni- oi the above
in thai certain cause
... when ii EXCHANGE
.i Floi '!.......'poratlon,
IC.Vl HAXOE PROP-
K oi i'ii corporation,
iLi" >M, ai defendants,
Spei ll Master av-
id dei ree, will off.-r tor
la the hlghesl bidder for
h 'in ii ti ont door of
Lhi i 'ountj of Dade,
I State of Florida,
"i June, 1952, the
sales day and
Kid hours of sale, the
ribed property, situate,
the County of
' I M,i Ida, to-wit:
rest turanl equlp-
nd kitchen equipment
the promises
n as numbers 310 N, E,
SI reel ;inl ju x. E.
In Miami, Dade
la, Including the
; a u r a n.t and
nent, lo-wlt:
nda fountain, 12'
i" compressor
" d salad-
i '_ horsepower
machine
- steel lunch
it her upholstered
i
and plastic uphol-
.....Hi-. $800.00 worth
w.Iled ami bark bar
counter and
|te*i walled shelves
el steam table
t g,
utor
froller
II table :,'
lerator, Hi cubic feet
mwer compressor
'washing machine
sink, dralnboards
f |gi rator box 6x6
nd mixer SS:,:,469
h register Jt4i 776 40
machine Hamilton
fchlne (Hobart) #2769
Ins
Ing scale
Ing fans 2fi", n blade
I' s steel stands
in Res
ll" Users
Jii holders and sundnles
ss sie.-i coffee urn
l'"|' dirty dishes
nil Is
"llverware, pots, pans
miscellaneous equlp-
JlnBJ I" a restaurant
. ,"|li' In basement,
11 b I be lease of the
*staurnht oremlses at
1 ses, which lease Is
'"-} to the Mortgagee
"urlty In reiiiider. and
'ii operational llcens-
wlll an i trade
Restaurant known and
"" Exi hangs Buffet
I"!1 and singular the
piiiiameiiis : ii,i appur-
T belonging or In any-
h dav of Mae. 1951
LOUIS .1 HAMEL
Special Master
ARONOVIT2
LEGAL NOTICE
*JewistFhridKari
n
PAGE 7 B
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
EL|,VENTH JUDICIAL SlUCUIITof
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 14979-:
CMFTORD ll. MARK, Plaintiff,
JACQUELINE M. MARK,
. B.LL OF COMPLAINT'"1-
FOF. DIVORCE
are herebj notified thai a Bill of
i omplalnt for Divorce has been filed
agalnsi you, and you are required to
senre a eopj .,i ,,,, Answer or Pie id.
I.ik to in.. Bill ..f Complaint on th,
I'lniniirfs Attorneys, DUDZIAK 4
MIQOSKI 0351 Blscayne BlvdTM*
ami. Horldu, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
!'"r n,'.i ".'' ,"'", (':,l" Courl on- or
before the 9th day of June 4952 if
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
win be taken against yon ,, ,i.
relief demanded in the Kill ..I Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
r.orlda, ibis mi, day ol May, A D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Cin-ult Court
i ade Count}. I lonlda.
By Wit. W. STOCKING.
- ,,, .. Deputy Clerk
../16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEKY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ii.
business under the fictitious name ot
LelioN CLEANERS : LAUNDRY
at 26 N. W. 5th Street, Miami. Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IRVIN KORNICKS
Sole Owner
BERT SAGER
Attorney for Applicant
S10 Blscayne Rulldlng
Miami, F'orida
5/16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<< engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HORSESHOE RESTAURANT, ill 5743
8. W. Mli Street, Miami, ria.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
h lorlda.
ALICE TAYLOR
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney I ir Applicant
2200 W Ulagli
5/16-23-2i '6/8
NOTICE UNDt:-. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE D HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Nash APARTMENTS, al nun Bls-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ..r Dad.
County. Florida.
NASH KISS
SY1INEY -ADLER
KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Nash Apartments
5/16-23-30 6 6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149749
HARR1ETTE ARMbTRi ING
vs.
JOHN EARL ARMSTRONG
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN EARL ARMSTRONG
Dii Pon< club
Parlin, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for" Divorce has been
filed agalnsi you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a cop) of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Kill of Com-
plain) on the plaintiff's Attorney,
and file lb.....iglnal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 6th day
of June, 1912 If you fail i" do bo,
Judgment bj default will be taken
;il:..iii i you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ome
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of May, n D,
K. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit court.
Dad,- County, Florida.
(Circuit court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH GOLDEN, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Kldg.
Miami. Florida
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN PRINTERS, at
120 N. B. lith Street. Miami. Fla., in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TWIN CITY I'HESS. I.M .
6/9-16-22-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14965D
IDA KAI.MAN, 1'lalntlff,
jack KALMAN, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JACK KAI.MAN
31122 West 22nd Street
BrOOkl) ll. New Ymk ,.,,,.,,
YOF ARE HEREBY ORDERED
and required to serve a copy < your
answer to the bill "f complaint for
divorce, a cop* of which Is enclosed
herewith, on plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original in the office of tne
Clelk of ihe Cln 'III Collll of Dad.-
County, Florida, on or before tne
31 i daj of May. 1952. otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED; Mas 2nd, I9o2.i
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
By a P.. HARDIE,
i ii nutj Clerk
BAMUEL J. HAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
inn? olympia Building
Miami 32, Florida
5/9-16-21-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITOR'S
N,NTHAlrT0^Ty J""" COURT
*&.?* DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
. No. 27981B
I" Re: ESTATE OF
SOLOMON PODOARHKY
also known as
SOL, PODGAKSKY. Deceased
!' ':1""1^ and All Persons Hav-
said Estote' '"' D,mandi *><
i...yml'i:""l.,,i"'M ,"r v""' :'"' hereby
"P"" '""' '"mind t present any
' aims .,,! ,l,.,is which you, or
"","',' 0f.jr 'Mai,- of SOLOMON PODOAISKY
also known as SOL PODOAISKY
'';"'',-'''";, "' Di..... County, F.or-
iaa, to iii" Honorable County Judges
',', ,aV unty. and file the same in
his office In the CounTy Courthouse
ii Dade County, Florida, within
ii.li calendar months from the date
or tin- fust publication hereof. Bald
'laiins or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
lie sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred
Date Maj >;. A.D. 1952
JESSIE PODQAOSKT,
As Administratrix of lb,
Estate of
SOLOMON PODOARSKT,
also known as
SOL PODOARSKT,
MYERS, HKIMAN KAPKAr0"-
Attorneys ror Administratrix
5/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27970-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE MILES, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are herebv
notified and required to present an'v
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ItoSF. MILKS, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In his rrt-
fke In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, tlorida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
tO and presented as aforesaid, or
same will lie barred.
Date April 29th, A.D. 1952.
SYLVIA FROMBERO,
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
ROSE MILES, Deceased.
AM'is BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sylvia Fromberg
Executrix
:. 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin fictitious name of
VENT-A-LOCK AWNINfl SHITTICK
di (Not Inc.) and ALUM-A-VENT
AWNINO SHUTTER CO. (Not Inc.),
at 3585 N. \V. 54th Street, Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
ot Dade l fount y, Ploi Ida.
ALUMINUM ROLL-UP
AWNING company
sole owner
AMi is BENJAMIN
a no: nej for
Aluminum Roll-Up Awning Co,
5'9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149889
MURRAY I.ANDV. Plaintiff,
vs.
ISA BELLE J. i.andv. Defendant.
TO: ISA BELLE .1 I.ANHY
122 East S2nd Street
New York) New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. ISABELLE .1 i.andv, are
hereby notified that n Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t"
serve copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complainl on the
plaintiff's Attorney, UEORtlE J.
TALIANOFF, 120 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, l lorlda, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the cierk of the Circuit Courl
on or before the 12th day of June.
1952. if yon fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the BUI of
Complainl
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in T1IK JEWISH H'LORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of May, A.D.
1952.
K. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Cbrk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy cierk
OEOROE J TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4?0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for
Dade County. In Chancery, No. 149530.
Suit for Annulment or Divorce. Mary
l.e Zotte. Plaintiff vs. (iene Le Zotte,
Defendant. TO: Gene l.e Zotte:
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy iii" your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
Stephen F. Kessler, 22O0 West Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 28th day of May. 1952,
If you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
tin relief demanded in the Kill of
Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED
at Mlafni, Florida, this 2Slh dav of
April, A.D. 19525
i: B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
circuit Court, Dad,. County, Florida
(Ciroult Court Eeal)
By (i. B. HARDIE, Deputy clerk.
:. 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CEIL METER, al 112) Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
WILLIAM EIBUSCHUTZ
HEDUIH EIBUSCHUTZ
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, Esq.
Attorney for Applicants
42n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,.,!, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TILJTBENE SHOPPE. at 6236 N. E.
2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
WILLIAM BERMAN
AL M. HECHT
Partners
BERT SAGER
Attorney for Applicants
stni Blscayne i:uig.
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .image in
business under the fictitious name of
MUSIC BOX P.Alt AND PACKAGE
STORE, MUSIC BOX PACKAGE
STORE, MPSIC. BOX BAR THE
MUSIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
LOUNGE, at 112 S. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad,- County, Florida,
ALBERT RAKOW, sole owner
AMi is BENJAMIN
Attorney for Albert Rakow, owner
5 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,.I, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLYDYZER, at 922 N. B. Second
Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the clerk of the
circuit Court of Dole County, Florida,
AMREX C IRPIIRATH >N
By: Michael Nudelnian. President
Roy Baxelon, Secretary
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ajnn-x Corporation
(50 S.vbold Building,
Miami. Fla.
1/25 5/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 149319
TO: AARON BLACK, 417 Bright
Water Court. Brighton'Beach, Brook-
lyn, New York. You are required to
serve a copy of your answer on Mor-
decal N. hoscb. il'ii Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the or-
iginal in the office of the clerk, on or
before May 20th, 1952, in that suit for
Divorce that Sarah Black filed in the
Circuit Court of the nth Judicial Cir-
cuit, in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida; or said Bill will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated this April 21. I 2.
E. K. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Seal)
By R. II. RICE, .IP ,
Deputy Clerk
4/25 5/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY AND MARVIN MEN'S
SHOP, at 7442 Collins Avenue. Miami
Reach, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MICHAEL TIM IN. Sole Owner
BERNARD A. FRANK
Attorney for Michael Tlmln
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
ACE MEN'S SHOP, at 1628 N. W. 27th
Ave Miami, Fla.. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES BONNE
:, 2-9-16-22_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
PETERS MEN'S SHOP, at 2710 Grand
Ave.. Coconut Grove, Miami. Fla In-
tends I.....glster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,u Dade
Countv. Florida. .___
PETER OELBBR
- 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\CI-: FORMAL WEAR, at 1126 W.
Flagler St Miami. Fla., Intends to
tor said name with the Clei k ol
the i Ircull Coui I of Dade County,
Kl'"'i'l:'- CHARLES soNNE
5/2-9-16-23
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26329
RE: ESTATE OF
TOM IIENN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of TOM BENN, deceased;
and that on the 28th daj of May, 1962,
I will apply to the Honorable W. F.
KLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the estate of
TI IM BENN, deceased.
This 28th day of April, 1952,
,'s/ THOMAS BENN, JR.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Thomas Kenii. Jr.
Administrator of the Estate of
Tom Bonn, Deceased
:. 2 9- iii-2::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14960L
EMILY WEL1KY, Plaintiff
vs.
FRED P. WELIKY, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FRE11 F, WELIKY,
iT:::; Huron Avenue.
Hammond, Indiana.
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHBNBERO, 42" Lincoln
Road, .Miami Peach, Florida, and file
original In the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before May
29. 1952: otherwise, said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this ::ntli day of April, A.D,
1952.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Seal)
By It. II. KICK.. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
5/2-9-1(1-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149286
OTTO ANDERSON, Plaintiff,
vs.
MAE W. ANDERSON. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TU: -MAE w. ANDERSON
]ni Asbury Avenue
Ocean ilrove. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
Required to serve a copy Of your ans-
wer to the bill of complaint for di-
vorce, a copy of which is enclosed
herewith, on plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, on or before the
20th .day of May, 1952, otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed bv vou.
DATED: April 21, 1952.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Q. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympia Building
Miami 32, Florida
4/25 ."./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 J. BROWN, Plaintiff,
vs.
ETHEL BROWN, Defendant.
.SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ETHEL BROWN
535 53rd street
Brooklyn, N. Y.
You. ETHEL BROWN, are hereby-
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or I'I.ailing to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 823
Seybold Kldg., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Plei
in tin- office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court on or before the L'jiid day
of May. 1952. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill "f Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of April, A.D.
1952.
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County* Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By c. K. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Kblg.
Miami, Fla.
1/25 i/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
HOMESTEAD STEEL COMPANY
(Not Inc.). at tth Street and 3rd Av-
enue, Homestead, Florida, intends to
register Bald name with the Clerk of
tin. Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida,
HARRY i'W ENS
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys ror Harry Owens
I 25 .". 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bUSlm BS under the fictitious name ol
NORMANDY-SURFSIDE T.V. A RA-
DIO, at 8641 Harding Ave, Surfslde,
Dade Countv. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the clelk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
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MORRIS COHEN
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Southern Zionist Youth C
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i Rappaport. chairm in
it due to a "-
plai s ;< weekend will I
at th Alhambra Hotel in West
Palm Beach. May 23rd I
:.
: konclavo is open to mem-
bers -: Junior Hadassah. IZFA.
the Young Zionist Dist
U ail young people
The weekend will open F
i ning with . On Saturday, workshops
held 01 nir.g and L
ership techniques. Zionism and
Israeli si nd dancing On
Saturday evening an A
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On sunc
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School and Congregation will j elude dancing, contests
FRIDAY, MAY
and Gree:. AM m Chap!;.
16. id
m- ..<. 4'<*> School ana li>h8ics"" j- i "'"Pun. An
\l>U I tHIlll IwrOUp ,.,; M.v gdmes. Open house will welcome delmr. ar.d Matth r
Mm**m SltndaU mCet n SUnd y T / JT %*** Pon. from 13 to 15 years D,
0n an ,!8th 8 pm. at tne h0!eoi Bion- 5 ago The committee in charge rome s, ** \
-r-u-.-, i SW 18th Street (|f ai.rangoir.ents includes Alfred; Youth Activities' d^!*L '
program will in- Meltzer. Blondie Webster. Ton! Congregai 0r'
n e newly formed
die Webster, 1505 SW 15th Street ,lf
up of the Miami Hebrew The evening
fan
Availvmy Pupils
l*rvsvnt Funds
To C-fA Campaign

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