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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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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
IQLUME 25Number 21
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 23. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
rge Approval Of Maclver
Report; Recommend Unity
Approval in principle and im-
tmentation of the controversial
Elver Report was urged at a
ecial meeting of the Board of
bvernors, Greater Miami Jew-
Federation, held late last
tk.
...tended by representatives of
ijor Jewish organizations here,
group heard spokesmen of
ur major national Jewish de-
nse agencies endorse the Re-
and representatives of two
[the organizations voice staunch
bposition to its provisions.
ISpeaking for the American
gress in the past, while object-
ing to many duplications in com-
munity relations work.
Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple
Israel, presented the view of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations stating that the Un-
ion favors the Maclver Report.
lish an over-all strategy commit-
tee to bring about central plan-
ing ar.d that defense agencies
should determine the proper di-
vision of labor so that each ag-
ency could be assigned specific
functions. He further implied
that provisions for combatting an-
Annual Federation Meet To Feature
Musicale, Dr. Garcia-Granados
Prominent community leaders
of Greater Miami will be featur-
ed in leading roles in the musical
presentation. Federation Terrific
staged at the annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation on Wednesday evening.
May 28th, at the Masonic Hall,
955 Alton Road.
particularly as it concerns co- ti-Semitism ard the delegation
ordmating inter-iaith work of action programs for promot-
through the Union. ing inter-faith understanding in
Federation Stand
Dan B. Ruskir., president of
Federation, stated that the Board
of Governors has long felt the
need for an open discussion of
wish Committee, Burton Gold- i tne controversial report conduct-
stated that the_ Committee | ed by Dr. R M Maclver, Pro-
fessor Emeritus of Columbia Uni-
versity in the field of Social Sci-
ence. Stanley C. Myers, national
figure in Jewish welfare work,
then reviewed the incidents
which led to the Maclver Report
and its implications for the
American Jewish Community.
He pointed out that Dr. Maclver
was selected by the National Civ-
ic Defense Agencies to conduct
a study concerning the coordina-
tion of defense agencies in the
field of Jewish comrr.ur.al rela-
tions. The Maclver Report was
completed in 1951, following 16
months of careful analysis in
which the subject of effective
jects to the creation of a single
ency in the community reta-
ins field which would operate
rough the National Commun-
Relations Advisory Council.
Miami Beach Attorney George
Talianoff, a former Florida
jional Director of the Anti-
famation League, expressed
objection of the ADL to the
aclver Report on grounds that
intends to impose uniformity
Jewish life, "which is not al-
ays possible."
Positive Stand
The Jewish Labor Committee,
wish War Veterans, American
wish Congress and the Up ion
American Hebrew Congrega-
ns, through their represeata-
* at the meeting, in turn
rtily endorsed the general
ings of the Maclver Report,
ax Haskel commended the re-
>rt on behalf of the Labor Com-
ittee for assigning community
laiior.s work in the labor field
their Committee. Dan Heller,
presenting JWV. expressed a
nilar sentiment concerning
mmunity relations work in the
terans field.
Speaking for the American
Bwish Congress, Mrs. Selma
Byden declared that the Report
rs out the opinion of the Con-
the face of
ling
blatant failure
consider organization and struc-
ture of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council
meant speaking in a vacuum.
It was indicated that Dr. Mac-
lver urged existing local com-
munity relations councils to be
strengthened and that efforts be
made within the community to
organize such units that did not
already exist.
Unit Allocation
In considering effective financ-
ing of the Jewish defense agen-
cy, Maclver also suggested that
welfare funds allocate their mon-
ey directly to a central agency
that would work out the dis-
tribution of funds in accordance
with function and need.
Myers pointed out that the
Maclver Report was submitted to
the Evaluative Study Committee
Cast as star vocalists in the pro-
duction will be Howard Kane,
Stanley C. Myers and Leo Chai-
ken. Produced and directed by
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof with the as-
sistance of Mrs. Leon Kaplan, the
musical comedy is based on
themes from the play, South Pa-
to I cific.
Federation In Rhythm And
Rhyme, was the phrase employed
by the Program Committee to
describe the unique musical
adaptation from the popular
Broadway hit. Lyrics will tell the
Greater Miami community story,
mentioning the local beneficiary
agencies served by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation through
the annual appeal.
Members of the chorus will in-
clude the Mesdames Aaron Farr,
Arnold Seeder, Leon Kaplan,
John Temple, Jack Levkoff, Nor-
man Rossman, Robert Feldstein
ar.d Eve Berel. Mrs. Howard
Groves, who participated in the
musical skit presented by Mrs.
Chertkof at the Metropolitan Di-
vision kick-off breakfast here,
will be accompanist.
Principal order of business at
wnicn rew 7J"-'u'ei~"(that the Committee subsequently
functioning of national Jewish _p, .. th H. J* _?
^?^ m May, 1^1. ;md ^-Jg ^^^
defense agencies was considered.
No Cooperation
Generally, Myers said, the Re-
port concluded that individual
agencies have not fully cooper-
ated and that there was an alarm-
ing absence of a long range pro-
gram in the defense agency field.
He also indicated a serious
duplication of work which was
not corrected through the estab-
lishment of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil.
Maclver has pointed out that
efforts should be made to estab-
passed along the data to each
of the national agencies involved.
In November, 1951, the Re-
port was discussed at the Plenum
of the NCRAC. At this meeting,
defense agencies approved in
principle the Maclver Report, al-
though the Anti-Defamation
Continued on Page 4A
tion of officers and trustees, it is
announced by Federation Presi-
dent Dan- B. Ruskin. Chairman of
the committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the 14th annual
meeting is Mrs. Louis Glasser,
general chairman of the Women's
Division in the 1952 Combined
! Jewish Appeal currently drawing
I to a close.
lewish Social Service Bureau To Hold
12nd Annual Meet At Shelborne
Sunday
The Jewish Social Service Jewish Social Service Bureau.
"At this time, the agency is ex-
amining the possibility of estab-
lishing an even closer relationship
to Federation with regard to its
total program and has proposed
that Federation undertake to sup-
port certain aspects of that local
program," she explained.
Major address will be made by
Morris Klass, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, who will discuss: Our
Family Agency: Past, Present
And Future.
Before becoming executive di-
Bireau of Greater Miami will
bid its 32nd Annual Meeting on
lunday morning. May 25th, at
p Shelborne Hotel.
Reputedly the oldest private
|oluntarv personal service agen-
in the community, the Jewish
[oc-ial Service Bureau at one time
ras the major Jewish communal
pterprise.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, presi-
fnt. will report on the progress
at the agency has made during
i
past year and highlight its
gange in structure as an aspect: rectof of Federation, Klass was
| M.mmunal development here. I executive director of the Jewish
, ----- developr..w.....-----
Pt will be remembered that in
VM, the Jewish Social Service
puiv;,u and the Greater Miami
lev. ish
Family Service Agency in Wash-
ington, D.C.
New members of the Board.
Federation participated SUDmitted by the Nominating
ftgetfier in an examination of the
iKem-y's services," Mrs. Myers
''d "A broad prospectus was
'loped by the Council of Jew-
Federations ar.d Welfare
funds surveyor. Morris Zelditch.
' consequence of this study.
' 1951, in many ways the
jgency moved ahead in its imple-
mentation of suggested develop-
ments."
1 he Jewish Social Service
r*reau has had as a major re-
IP""sil:ility during these past
Hnie years the important com-
lunity task of receiving New
unencaca here and of enabling
"'m to become part of the com-
munity. Mrs. Myers* indicated,
rrns particular undertaking has
Peen carried on in behalf of Fed-
eration. From a community plan-
ing standpoint, Federation has a
feat interest in the work of the
Committee and headed nv Mrs.
Leo Ackerman. will be presented
to tile meeting on the slate of that
committee. The Board o! the Jew-
ish Social Service Bureau has as-
serted its belief in the importance
of Jewish service agencies- under-
taking to broaden community
leadership. In its selection of
nominees, attention has been giv-
en to the spread of the Jewish
population throughout Greater
New Board members nominat- |
ed are Dr. Melvin Becker Alvin
Cassel Irvin Korach, D. Robert
LewTs Abraham Maloff Daniel
Satin, Sidney Stiller and Julian
Weinkle. Members of the Bodid
who have served short terms and
are being presented for re-elec-
t on for8full terms are Dav.d
Catsman, Mrs. Harold Rand and
Harold Tannen.
Yeshiva University To Hold First Annual
Dinner At Monte Carlo Hotel June 2nd
The First Annual Dinner of Bronx and will be the focus of
local friends of Yeshiva Univer- j one of the world's great medical
s.ty will take place on Monday, | centers.
June 2nd. at the Monte Carlo Miami's goal has been reported
Hotel. Miami Beach. \ to represent ore per cent of the
Principal speaker will be Dr. S36.000.000 total needed to corn-
Samuel Belkin. president of Yes- : piete tne project. Part of this
r.iva University, who is -flying j SUm is aiready extant in the form
here from New York. Appointed of a gift from tne city of New
to his post i- 1945. at the age of ; York. A Board of Sponsors here.
34, Dr. Belkin will spearhead I headed by R. William Apte and
Miami's drive for $250,000 to | Samuel Levenson, will map the
raise a sum of S25.000.000 on the 1(K.al campaign.
national level toward th estab-; addressing the dinner at
ishment of the Univei3it> i Col- ( ^ Monte Car,o wj(1 bg Df Rar
lege of Medicine. : p Zimmerman, in charge of
Granted the first charter in Yeshiva University's academic
114 years by the New York j organization and administration.
Board of Regents, Yeshiva's med- Dr. Zimmerman is a graduate of
ical school will be situated in the Yale Medical School. He is pro-
fessor of Pathology at Columbia
University's College of Physic-
ians and Surgeons and since 1946,
i has been senior consultant in
Pathology at the Bronx Veterans
. Hospital, with which the project-
' ed medical school will be affiliat-
ied.
Dr. Joseph Lookstein, Profes-
sor of Homiletics at Yeshiva, will
I follow with the evening's third
principal address.
Chairmen of the dinner are
Jack Ablin, Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Mrs. Bess Nelson and Monte Sel-
ig. Dr. A. R. Hollander, of Mi-
ami Beach, Professor Emeritus
of Otolaryngology of the Univer-
sity of Illinois College of Medi-
cine, will represent the local
medical field at the dinner.
Levenson will act as toast-
master. Rabbi Moses Mesehel-
| off, spiritual leader of Congre-
| Ration Beth Jacob, will deliver
the invocation.
Cantor David Silverman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
present a musical program. Ben-
lediction, by Rabbi Irving Lehr:
| man, spiritual leader of Miami
Beach Jewish Center, will con-
clude the evening.
Samuel Levenson
Dr. Garcie-Granados
Principal speaker at the annual
meeting will be Dr. Jorge Garcia-
Granados. former delegate to the
UN from Guatemala, who visited
Israel on invitation of the Israeli
Government and who led the
diplomatic struggle for establish-
ment of the new State.
In Israel, Dr. Garcia-Granados,
visited immigrant reception
centers, temporary work settle-
ments and consulted with the
highest government officials, in-
cluding Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. He also talked with
many recent immigrants to ap-
praise the changes that have tak-
en place since his visit to British-
held Palestine in 1947. when he
first toured the Holy Land as a
member of the United Nations
Special Commission on Palestine
to obtain data for the commis-
sion's recommendation on the
critical problem of partition. His
efforts in connection with the
UNSCOP report which he helped
write, through vital policy-shap-
ing statements he made from the
floor of the General Assembly at
Lake Success and by marshal-
ling the votes of other delegates,
aided in bringing about the es-
tablishment of Israel.
Dr. Garcia-Granados, formerly
Guatemala's Ambassador to the
United States and at one time a
Representative and President of
Guatemala's Congress, the na-
tion's highest legislative body, is
today active in the internal af-
fairs of his country. In recent
elections in that country, he was
a candidate for the Presidency.
He has also known prison, exile
and oppression in the fight for his
own people's freedom. In oppos-
ing dictatorship within his native
land, he was forced into exile in
1934. tDuring the Civil War in
Spain, he joined the fight for the
Republic and served in positions
of confidence in its Department
of State.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the Annual Meet-
ing includes Leon Kaplan. Jim
Kopelowitz. Stanley C Myers.
Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. Arnold
Seeder, Mrs. Harold Spact. Morris
Klass. Al Comanor, Charles Ja-
cobson and M. C. Gettinger.
Mrs. Max Holtzberg is in
charge of tloral arrangements. In
charge of place cards is Mrs. Lil-
lian Goodman.
NOTICE
The offices of the Jewish Flor-
idian will t-a closed all dsy
Fiiuay, May 30th. because of
the Shavuoth Holiday.


PAGE 2 A
Jewish flcridiar,
Golda Myerson
Club Installation
Pioneer Women, Golda Myer-
n Clul). will hold an installa-
'in luncheon at the home of Mrs.
I. S. Shapoff, 318 SW 28th Road,
iami, on Tuesday afternoon,
May 27th. \2:M) p
Mrs, Ros arj Kaplan will in-
stall the foil twine newly ele
fficers: the Mi sda es Len i
usl kin, honorary president:
Anna S(! a r, pn idi nt; Ann i
Soi in Bild. 1st vii li nt:
Thelma Kitzen, 2nd vice1 presi
lent; Eva Kahn, financial si
tary; I. S. SI apoff, treasurer;
Gussie Cohen, recording secre-
tary.
The Mesdames A. S. Bild. cor-
responding secretary to New
York; Marc-ia Gold!.irk corres-
ponding secretary for local af-
fairs; Clara Ebor. Dues chair-
man: Pearl Grieger. chairman.
Anna Fryr and Sonia Robbins.
Child Rescue Fund: Miriam Hal-
pern, chairman. Ethel Dorf. I. S.
Shapoff and Lera Pushkin. Moat-
/et Haponlot: S. Seeman. chair-
man, and M. Margolin, Jewish
National Fund.
The Mesdames Vei a Zeltzer.
I'hairman, and Helen Victor,
Membership; Ruth Uliss, Culture;
Jennie Dunson. Sunshine: Shir-
ley S. Zueen. publicity: Bessie
Epstein. Alice Leccov, Anna Am-
sterdam and Dora Raymond, hos-
tesses.
Executive Board are the Mes-
lames Rose Lernor. V. Pace. Fan-
nie Burnstein. M. Margolin, An-
na Amsterdam, Ann:. Frye and
Pear] Krieger.
Huh hi Kroiiisli
Script ll'.-!il At
Iprsfiillalioii ll A presentation of poetry and
song written by Ral bi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, was featured
installati m of newly elect-
ted officers of the Temple Sister-
hood on Wednesday afternoon in
! lar.o Hotel.
Mrs. Saul H, rman, outgoing
nt, hand* .1 over tl
to Mis. Aaron Fair, newly elect-
li Mi Fan is an ac-
tive communal leader and is past
;' nt of the Greater Miami
Council of Jewish Women.
Others installed were the Mes-
dames Charles Gertler. Max Ap-
plebaum and David Levinson,
vice presidents: Irving Bachrach.
recording secretary; Eli Meltzer,
financial secretary; Murray Reck-
son, treasurer: and Leon Kron-
ish, chaplain.
Officers and Board members
will be formally consecrated to-
night during a special Sister-
hood Sabbath service at the Tem-
pi,
Mrs. Alexander Robbins. past
president of the Sisterhood, was
chairman of the affair. In charge
'! reservations was Mrs. Norman
B. b( 1. Cantor Samuel Kelcmer
rendered several musical selec-
tioi s assisted bv organist llv
Fried.
McCarty Appears
On Television
When Dan McCarty, candid ite
for (; veri or. launched his sec-
ond primary campaign last w. ek
end. he asked Floridians "not to
fo I'd. blindfolded or taken
in" by "desperate statements."
McC irty also accepted an in-
vitation from Ralph Renick, news
. d tor of WTVJ television sta-
tion, to appear for a question and
at swer program last night. "I
wel invitation i" ans-
wer questions which I am sure
will clear up several mat1
for tiie V'tiny public," he re-
I marked.
McCarty also said: "1 do not
have, nor do I want the support
of gamblers and racketeers. I
have not made a:.v deals with
any politicians, any pressure
group or individual, and I have
Pioneer Women Honor
Mrr.es. Jacobs, Marcus
Pioneer Women Club No. 2
sponsored a party on Tuesday
evening, at the Sorrento Hotel, in
honor of two of its members. Mrs.
Ida Jacobs and Mrs. Rose Marcus.
The program included a talk
by Mrs. Jacobs, who discussed
highlights of her recent trip to
Israel. Mrs. Marcus plans to
leave for the new state shortly.
not promised Ml appointment or i
favor to a single man, woman < v
child in Florida."
Monday. McCarty started a
pi ak'.nu trip which will take
i mi to the central part of the
state ,rd up into the West and i
Northern sections of Florida be
loie thi' en I of the week.
later and speaker of the House i
fro.)i his native St. Lucie County |
r< minded voters of his 26-plank
program es Governor! including!
tax reliel for the overburdi
taxpayer." "I have been the only
candidate in this race against I
any increase in states taxes," he
recalled. I
Meanwhile, McCarty, who
,>'ak,s his UvinK asdZZ' i
*** "We niustTo^ 1
confident. We have ih I
'" win handily, but slrci>ml
get others to ,, ,,, ... v" amf
-Our goal, '.;
such a mignty |
gangsters, racket.
ial interests who have?J*
will of the pe, i^tj
1 ack to my days n t-.T'.***!
ture, Will take "... ,.;'"'' J
People of Flo, -id i^'Ml
crime and sh 4
determined i 'nij
government I will
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Bloom Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Frieda
Bloom, formerly of 426 Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. May 25th. 2 pm..,
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park C m-
y, with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Mrs. Bloom is sur-
vived by her husband, Abe; two
s. Mrs. Dorothy Shapiro.
Mi mi. and Miss Ruth Bloom,
L'.S Army Air Corns; a son.
Hip; two sisti rs, Mrs. Esther
n and Mrs. N iti Moroz-
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Rosenberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
i to the memory of the late Anna
I Rosenberg, formerly of 901 4th
Street. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. May 25th. 10:30
a.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs.
Rosenberg is survived by her
husband. Louis, two sors. Eddie
and Jack, and a brother Dr.
les Seltzer, of Providence,
R.I. Arrangements are in charge
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fHIDAY, MAY 23. 1952
I'll Say...
V B cocktail party in the home of a Gem
tor in Madias, conversation v< ered to I
".',. -\ brilliant your.g Indian woman lashed out:
' -i don't like those Parsees. After I v
I for a thousands years, they are still Persiai ;
does not concern me. But why do they refu I
i rj with the Indian people? God kn
hive reason to be gratelul to us. They amass en
yes, and that's all they know, money! M
|.V' ind more money! But do they help to relieve '
, poverty? Not a Ruppee. except to the::
r Their reputation for giving charity is altogether un-
[deserved. They go in neither for learning nor culture.
I Their women love to overload with jewels and to stuff
I their homes with unnecessary furniture. They are os-
tentatious and show poor taste, like all money wo:-
[shippers."
BAITING A MINORITY
This tirade by the handsome brunette married to
an Englishman gave me a shock. I had gotten an im-
oression that the Parsees were held in pretty high es-
teem And yet abusing a prosperous minority should
cause no surprise. In fact, we are quite familiar with
such vilifications, especially from a member of the
secure majority. I then recalled the smile of a Parsee
lady when she said, "You know we are called the Jews
of India." She seemed proud of the title. Yet I wonder
I whether her smile wasn't somewhat bitter.
ANCIENT PERSIANS
Heinrich Heine once said that if people had a proper
sense of historic perspective, they would travel a hun-
dred miles merely to see a Jew. That is how I felt
about the Parsees. It seems odd that they should still
be here Their Persian ancestors started a career of
empire building about 2600 years ago. No conqueror
was ever more civilized to submerged peoples. They
maintained a postal system when the natives of Britain
nainted their bodies blue and made little distinction
between their owrT daughters and other women.
THEIR DECENCY
Evtry one is familiar with the gracious decree of
: ru king of Persia, permitting the return of the
+Jelstrk>rliter
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THE PARSEES OF INDIA
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
istlng in the build-
'- act but the official
underlay the
the followers of Z >ast< r.
: try probably accounts
' Kchange< ..... two high-
oi anti [uity,
THEIR INFLUENCE
U r. tion prevailed
angc Is : .,;.- from t
Fire Worshippers. And because the Five
that Jt -
the Persian
ru- >. irsiiip|jera. t\Jtu scuuse ir,e Five Books of
Moses v.'r.-- no direct m nl life beyond the grave,
scholars have assumed that Judaism obtained its Para- (
dise and Hi 11 from the Zoroasterians. But more scien-
tific research has cast doubt on both assumptions. After
all, Moses did come earlier than Zoroaster. It is just
as reasonable to assume that the Magi were influenced
by Hebrew traditions. This was partly confirmed by
Dr. Irach J. S. Taraporewala, whom I met at the Aeenta
Caves and in Bombay. When I stated that Judaism
was indebted to the Magi for some of its significant
ideology, the noted Parsee scholar and author said that
Persian theology took over some imoortant principles
and practices from the Jewish religion.
THEIR IDEOLOGY
The early Christians evidently felt it essential to
receive endoisement from Persian sages. By bringing
in the Magi to adore the infant Jesus, the Gospel at-
tested to the high authority of Persian thought in the
ancient world. There was something truly majestic
about their titanic conflict between light and darkness,
between good ard evil, between virtue and sin. But
Jewish monotheism would never assent that the power
of its Adonoi Elohim could be disputed or nullified by
any god or demon. Presumably the Hebrew Satan is
derived from the Persian Ahriman. But there is quite
a difference. In the Hebrew ethos, Satan is never more
than a prosecuting attorney. In Christian theology,
Satan comes closer to the evil principle of Magian the-
ologv, the Ahriman who challenges successfully the
Kelly Says He
Will Retain
Efficient Workers
Leading contender in the Sher-
iffs race, Thomas J. Kelly, told j
115 precinct captains meeting at j
the Senate Hotel that the 57,000
he polled on May 6th was I
a definite indication of the area's
attitude toward his past perform-
in the Sheriff's office. ,
The candidate went on to af-
his belief that "entrenched
powers of Dade County have un-
dnestimated the desire of the
residents to institute a clean and
efficient police force and not a
Sheriff's department dependant
on political patronage."
Kelly, a four-time commander
o| the Harvey Seeds American
Legion Post added. "Character
assasins have failed miserably in
their futile attempts to damage
a n putation built over a period
of thirty-three pears as a civic,
fraternal, business and military
leader of the community."
The rumor that I propose to
and the Junior Deputies
tie is an absolute falsehood,
bf mn circulated by those inter-
which are most anxious to
keep me out of office," Kelly
said. "The Junior Deputies
League is a national organization.
It belongs in Dade County,_along
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with other outstanding public
groups that cater to the needs
of our juvenile population." Kelly
pointed out that he had been
military director o: the Greater
Miami. Boys Drum and Bugle
Corps for over 12 years and that
during that time, not one case of
juvenile delinquency had been
reported amongst the members
trained in the corps.
Kelly also told his workers that
he intended to go into the Sher-
iff's office and cooperate in full
with those members of the de-
partment who are not political
appointees. "Any man or woman
who can hold down his or her
job in an efficient and honorable
: manner will be retained by me
1 regardless of prior political af-
filiations."
Form Teehnion
Chapter Here
The Greater Miami Chapter,
' American Technion Society, held
a formation meeting last night
in the Federation Boardroom.
A Florida premiere showing of
the color sound film. Technology
! Works For Israel, was presented
at that time.
Members of the temporary
! Steering Committee include Mrs.
I Jennie Grossinger. Benjamin Gil-
I ler. Colonel Nathan Rood, Jules
'.Charming. Ehiel Lesowoder, M.
A. Baskin and Morton Fellmaa_
Senator Pepper
To Speak At
Zamora Aifair
Former United States Senator
from Florida Claude Pepper will
be guest speaker at an installa-
tion of officers to be held by the
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora, Coral Gables, on Sunday
evening, May 25th. 7 p.m.
Newlv elected president is Max
, Friedson. Others who will assume
1 their official duties are Sam Ro-
den, vice president; Arthur Bo-
rok, recording secretary; Al
Weiss, corresponding secretary;
Sam Rabenowich. treasurer:
Louis Kasoff, financial secretary;
and Bernhardt Chesman, parlia-
mentarian.
Board of directors are Sam Kal-
mus, Max Glick, Dave Matter,
Sylvia Altman, Joseph Ostrie,
Reuben Levine. Florence Einbin-
der, Joseph Weisbrot and Esther
Barrish.
Installing officer will be Ben
Essen. Chairman of the affair is
Sam Roden. Program chairmen
are Murray Barson and Mrs. Flor-
ence Einbinder.
Outgrowing president. Abe
Maloff, will be presented with a
gift during the ceremonies.
power of Ahura Mazda, the supreme God of Persia.
THEIR DECLINE
N lations between Jews and Persians were ex-
cellent until Iranian Theology deteriorated into soulless
formalities. Under Sassar.ian rule. 0 e Magi priesthood
began to oppress Christians and Jews. But the perse-
cution (ould not have been very severe, else the Rabbis
would never have completed their gigantic task of col-
lecting and coditying the Babylonian Talmud. Imagine
creative work accomplished during the terror of Span-
ish Inquisitors or Nazi storm troopers. But the radiance
Of Magi sun worship soon darkened. Islam invaded
Iran and put an end to the creed of Fire Worshiping.
The conscientious escaped to India, and in that atmos-
phere of tolerance practiced the tenets of Zoroaster un-
molested.
THE REMNANTS
Out of the 127 lands, from India to Ethiopia, ruled
over by Ahasuerus, husband of Esther, only 100,000
Parsees have survived. The majority live in Bombay.
Intelligent, thrifty, industrious, and gregarious, they
have prospered far out of proportion to their numbers
in the vast population of India. Conscious of their ex-
posed position as a religious, racial, and economic unit,
they practice the virtues of a well-to-do, but marked
minority. The Madras woman spoke with the bias of
prejudice. Actually the Parsees constitute the most
progressive element of a land cursed with stagnation
and appalling poverty.
THE NEW YEAR
The Parsees may be envied for their wealth, yet are
respected for their virtues. Clearly they suffer from
no religious prejudice. On March 21st I returned to
Bombay and planned to do some shopping. The cab
driver informed me that all the stores were closed. Why.
I Questioned. Today is a public holiday, the Parsee
Net Year I thought of the 2,000,000 Jews of New
York. Would any Christian think of honoring Yom
KiDour as a pub ic holiday? Yet 80,000 Parsees have
Sat unique distinction among the 4,000,000 residents
of Bombay.___________________________________.
Dreyfus, Chapter chairman of the
Board of Governors, National
Children's Cardiac Home. Mrs.
Arnold Rosen will be installing
officer, with Mrs. Doran Zinner
acting as chairman of the affair.
' Retiring president is Mrs. Ed
, mor.d Perls.
Flamingo Chapter
Installs Officers
Flamirgo Chapter, Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Home, will
install officers at a Dinner Dance
on Sunday evening. May 25th, 7
p.m., at the Delmonico Hotel.
Officers to be installed include
the Mesdames Arthur Chasan,
president: Irving Rapp. Rubin
Grant, Harold Kamand, Irving
Faggan, vice presidents; Abe
Mintz, recording secretary; Ad-
olph Hollander, corresponding
secretary: Lillian Bender, finan-
cial secretary; and Leslie Fair-
mont, treasurer.
Advisory Board includes the
Mesdames Murray Dacks, How-
ard .Learner, Jerome Cohen, Sim-
on Hirsthberg and Aaron Chalk-
an
Guest speaker will be Milton
Emerson Radio Appoints
Wagman, Litvak To Staff
Emerson Radio of Florida. Inc.,
distributors of Emerson radios,
television sets and parts, deep-
freeze freezers and refrigerators,
Mitchell air conditions and
Dutchess washers, announces the
! appointment to its staff of Samuel
Wagman as sales manager and
j Marshall Litvak, in charge cf
' internal management.
V
Ilk
. cotnpate

FENDER tfPA,R5
problem to smooth them out hKfii new
because we have the tools and **>
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Dear Friends:
I am truly grateful to all of you for your
unflagging support of my campaign for
Justice of the Peace, District 3.
Now, more than ever before, I need your
help. In a spirit of humility I ask that you
pull lever 13-A on May 27th, and give me
a chance to serve the community which
has been so kind to me and my family.
Milton A. Friedman
P.S.: For free transportation to the polls,
call 4-7103 or 48-4372.
(Pol. Adv. PaM for by Friends "f Hilton Friedman)


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+Jeisti Her Mian
EDITORIAL
llr. S'imm-I IIHkin
The arrival here of Dr. Samuel Belkin, presi-
dent of Yeshiva University, on June 2nd. will in-
augurate the opening of Miami's campaign to
collect funds for the University's new medical
school.
Leaders in the fields of education and medical
science will greet Dr. Belkin at a dinner in the
Monte Carlo Hotel. They will underwrite their
confidence in the youthful president and in his
administrative genius that brought the first Amer-
ican university under Jewish auspices a school
of medicine.
It is tribute enough to Dr. Belkin's leadership
that the New York Board of Regents has granted
Yeshiva its first charter in 114 years for the es-
iablishment of a medical college. But we can
not help tendering our own round of applause in
view of the historic and social consequences of
the grant.
Yeshiva University's College of Medicine will
not only help alleviate the alarming shortage of
instructional facilities. It will also strike back at
a vicious quota system that has barred large
numbers of Jewish youths with superior scholastic
ratings from entering the medical field.
As answer to this deadeningly asocial prac-
tice, Yeshiva will conduct a fully non-sectarian
school. Out of its atmosphere, completely free
!iom the stigma of inequality, we envision the
coming of physicians trained scientifically as well
as humanely. Dr. Belkin has played a major
role in the realization of this dream. We wel-
come him to our community.
Vote. Please
With the runoff election scheduled for May
27th, there can be no slackening of spirit or efforl
on the part of residents here to turn out and re-
cord an unprecedented vote.
It is neither our wish nor desire at this point
o discuss the attributes of various candidates.
i' neer
A'
ine uaae county dancer Institute Cv. I
Center is in the process of conducting a ^
ship enrollment with a goal of 510175^1*
sum will be needed to make up the n
deficit for the coming year. ^"S
Apart from its research programs, the Q.
has assumed the responsibility of acting "*
"clearing house" for cancer tests madeV*'
Greater Miami area. It has lent its highly s
ialized facilities to local physicians so thJJ
presence of the dread disease may rapidly U
determined and dealt with.
Thus, in one month here, some 1OQO a-^
studied at the Institute revealed at least |S|3
cancers believed to be in a curable stage Aa!
ally, the individual doctor's office is thc3
detection center; the Institute processes his spec
mens with its highly specialized equipment oS
reports to him.
Cancer respects neither race nor station, ft
strikes at will. More than 100.000 invitations to
membership are currently being issued to Dad*
County's families. Residents who respond to Z
call assure their individual health. They also m
a long way toward winning the fight against cot
cer through the advancement of research, 2
ing and educational facilities.
THE PILLORIED ONE
As in past election campaigns, we have aimed
to present in our news columns detailed reports
of platforms and issues expressed by the candi-
dates themselves.
But it is our express purpose here to urge those
residents who may be silently considering shun-
ning their duty on May 27th, to whip their lassi-
tude and line up at the polls. The process ol cast-
ing the ballot, in itself, is as important as voting
for favorite candidates. Refraining from this duty
is tantamount to admitting that political iree
choice doesn't matter.
We honestly don't believe that a single sod
feels apathetic about his traditional freedoms.
But failing to vote on May 27th, will be as good
as saying: Who cares?
Hotnv Auxiiiuru
Fvtvs Btisithnls
'I hi ( ii ati r Miami La
-. Ji .-. ish Horn*
nen
Hoi in M >tl
.
e 27 mali Is pre-
29 v en with
?ages. Over 200 \ I ttei
Highlight of the celebration
a..- net
thi Sal mily.
Mrs I.' na Salmon, 90. has I
a resident of the Honu for 3
Pearlstein. exw -
utive di announced. Pay-
ing homage to her were Mn
Rol 45 \V ll Flagler
Street, ol Mrs. Salmon:
Mn rln, 2146 SW 7th
Street jghtei: and Ros-
alind Dobrin, 6. great grand

Warrei S ned, Miami aitist.
ski .( traits res-
idents. "Giving his services grat-
is and beginning last Mother's
Day, Sored is well on his u>
I ; mpleting the ambitious
project ol sketching every resi-
st in the Home.'' Pearlstein
In chargi :" n
affa Mn Sol Siiver-
e Auxilia
rCriegel and Mm.
- ell.
Gables B'nai Brit h
Women Attend Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
I I Will be represented at the
District Convention being held
in Baltimore, Maryland, tomor-
i -a through Tuesday, May 27th.
Att. nding from the Chapter
are :;< Mesdames Sidney Pozer,
newly elected president: Sidney
Suss, outgoing president; Her-
man Brenner, vice president: A.
Frank Wellins. district deputy:
and Rae Imber, delegate.
Center PTA .
LKIwIk Ohio is
The PTA, : Bi
Jewisl Cent
t its Mot
tl m
Dr. and Mn Herman Mechlo-
Mrs. "
' nt for .. third
t< .. Mrs. Ii. njan in N. Grei
Irving Firtel and Mrs. II.-. -
an Mechlowitz will serve ...
vice presidents. Other
art recording s. en tai s,
Raphael K. Tun. s: correspo d-
>. Mis St mil y g
nick: treasurer, Mr- Harry Brick:
and chaplain, Mrs Irving I..
.man.
Electt d to the Bi
'
ris. Aaron Boc-kspan. H
Brick, Lew is M. Esc itt, I. \
1" irt 1. Bn min N Gn em F
M. Gulkis, H. Kaplan
Sh. man Kaplan. Th- Han
koff. A. Kimmel, B<
mthal. Samuel Lurie, M
iBuM, Herman Mi
JPopick. H. Sturm. Stanley Sut-
u< k. Leonard Wolfe and Rap
'K. Yunes.
Mrs. Wolff
To i ondin I
l'OHrM lll'IM'
On Monday and Tuesday, May
2bth and 27th. Mrs. Benjamin B.
Wolff, president of the Southeast
Branch. National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of America, will conduct a Lead-
i rship Course for members of the
Ten.pie Beth El Sisterhood, West
Palm Beach. Mrs. Wolff will also
install incoming officers at the
Sisterho d'a luncheon on Wednes-
day, May 28th. in the B:i:
Hotel. Palm Beai h
The coins,- is the first to be
g.ven by a Branch representative
trill pavt tin- way to its un-
ng as a Bn rich |
m k g leadership training avail-
able to every S hood in the
fiv states of tin Southeast
h.
During the past winter, Mrs.
made presidential visits to
>i St Pet sburg, ram-
pa and Daytona Beach, conduct-
ing Sei : in Meetings foi
Sisterhoods. Then was a similar
held in Greater Miami.
4>ooi!\\ ill l*rou|l
In*! a I Is Officers
Installation of new officers and
Board members of the Goodwill
Group of Greater Miami will pre-
cede a general meeting on Tues-
day evening, May 27th. at the
Beth El Auditorium.
Sidney Palmer, president of the
Congregation, will be installing
I officer. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. spiritual leader, will be prin-
cipal speaker.
Officers who will assume their
posts are the Mesdames Miriam
R. Fields, president; Eva Daniels.
1st vice president; Gertrude Cov-
ncr. 2nd vice president; Rose
jMeltzer, treasurer: Florence Roth,
! financial secretary; Lee Kripple,
corresponding secretary; and Bes-
sie Geltner, recording secretary.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Etha Beck. Threw Brandt,
> Rebecca Castle. Sidney Covner,
| Esther Egerman, Kate Gordon.
, Yetta Hirsch. Ethel Johnson. Dor-
is Katz, Frances Nissman. Rose
Rand. Sadie Sachs, Lillian
Schane. Isidyr Schwartz. Bertha
Sherwin, Fanny Siegel, David
| Singer and Jennie Wilchyk.
Mrs Tillie Godt will entertain
' with piano solos.
Urge Approval Of Maclver Report
Dr. Cohen To Head
North Shore Men
Th,- North Shore Jewish Ccn-
Club n ci ntly held elec-
tion o| officers for the coming
The new slat.- includes:
Dr. Sun Dei Cohl n, president
y Mattes. 1st vice presi-
Frank C 2nd vice
' Harold Gn enspan, 3rd
vie- president; David Harrison.
etary; Irving Laibson, cor-
i'.iul H.
r: and Sam Feld-
retary.
<-r; are go] ,
i Al Mechlowitz, Al
J> : ry Sussman. Mor-
ris Fenster, Sid Nereis, Milton
Bob Rosen, Sam Sol-
Ioway and Leo Steinman.
Miami Sinivrn
Holt! inntaUation
The Sisterhood of the Miami!
Hebrew School and Congregation I
will hold its installation of offi- '
cers and Board members on
Wednesday, Mav 28th. l pm. at
1101 SW 12th Avenue.
A musical program has been
planned with Mrs. Simon April
and Mrs. Berele Keleiner in
charge. Mrs. Doris Rabinowitz
Will render vocal selections. Mrs.
Bi i Sokoloff and Mrs. Nat Coul-
ton are in charge of refreshments.
Rabbi Simon April will be in-
stallir g officer.
Continued From Page 1A
I., ague and tiie American Jewish
Committee subsequently quali-
fied their approval with serious
reservations, including objection
to the proposal for a division ol
labor and to plans for central
finar.cir.fi.
Recommendations
The resolution adopted by the
Board of Governors. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, last week
pointed to the urgent need of
improving operations in the Jew-
ish Community relations field.
The resolution endorsed the rec-
ommendations contained in the
lEVarli llailassah
i:i- is Officers
At the meeting of the Beach
Hadassah, Business and Profes- i
sional Group, held in the San I
Marino Hotel, the following of- j
ficers were elected for the en-1
suing year:
Frances Lebon. president: Ev-
elyn Brown. 1st vice president; i
Molly Katz, 2nd vice president; i
Dora Keller, treasurer: Polly Ger- |
shon. financial secretary; Rita j
Pfeiffer. recording secretary;
Frieda Viner. corresponding sec- <
retary; and Bea Cypress. Chapter
representative.
Plans were also made for a
Donor Dinner to be held at the
Lincoln Manor tomorrow even-
ing.
How ill aw ii Si si its
I nsi a ii Off leers
Mis. L.mis Schwartz will be'
installed as president of the'
' i uown Synagogue Sisterhood
ring. May 26th.
8:J0 p.m.. in the Melvin Bloom-
Social Hall Mrs Louis
will be installing
1 J who will assume offil ml
duti, s include the Mesdames Sid- I
ney Katztl and A. Levitan, .
d.-nts; Harry Kahn. seciv-
and Sam Solodar. treasurer. I
B a 1 members are the Mes-
dames George Bloomberg. Sam
Botfan. S. Braelow. Ralph Krieg-
cr. Louis Maskin. Sadie Mates, M
iNaidich and C. Weissberg.
Mincer Pointn
To Hvvard
A record approximating 90 per
cent convictions of persons who
have come to trial under grand
jury indictments of first degree
murder since January 1. 1949.
was pointed to yesterday by
Glenn C. Mincer as topping that
of any other Florida state at-
torney.
Mincer revealed that 44 of the
51 persons indicted for first de-
gree murder and coming to trial
have I r< n convited during the
40 month period.
Btive of the regard in
which he and his office have
been held by recent grand jur-
ies. Mincer quoted the final re-
port of the Fall term Grand Jury,
1950, which said. "Hon. Glen C
Mincer is entitled to the t;
onfidence of the people ol
t: is community who believe in
bcttei la a i ent, in ef-'
ficiency in public office and hon- I
esty of public and private af-1
fairs."
Maclver Report to achieve the
following obj
(1) Contim.
and cooperative
of the basic \ al nd direetkni
] of Jewish community relatk i
i work.
(2) Integrated program-plan-
ning for the entire field, with
logical and practical division ol
labor among the agencies.
(3) Further development III
strengthening of centrally organ-
ized local commurity relation!
programs and the recognition a*
their rights to determine local
policies and activities.
(4) Strengthening of the Na-
tional Communitv Relations Ad-
visory Council as the instrument
of all agencies for over-all plan-
ning in Jewish community rela-
tions, with appropriate powers
and authority to formulate pol-
icies and plans, to work out di-
visions of labor and to act on
its majority decisions.
(5) An improved system of fi-
nancing, so that budgeting o!
communitv fur.ds might be re-
lated to the study and evalua-
tion of program needs in the en-
tire field. .
It was pointed out here that
unlike other large Jewish areas,
Miami does not have a local
Communitv Relations Council
A motion was Dass. >i authorizing
President Ruskin to appoint I .
committee for study of this situ-
ation.
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Mr*. Kaplan To
Bivatl Isvtivii
Ui'oup Hatlassah
Mrs Harry M. Kaplan will be
installed as president .if tin- Is-
raeli Group of Hadassah, on Tues-
day, May 27th. at a brunch in the
Bd Aire Hotel.
Mrs. I. Weinstein, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, will be the installing
FOR A PROVEN PERFORMANCE -
NOT TRIFLING PROMISES
SHEPARD DKwAIJ
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District District
Mr*. J"cfc Klinger
Irs. Hit now To
lead Sorth
\Uoiv Sinter*
\r\ installation of officers of
; North Shore Jewish Center
Kerhood was held on Wednes-
afternoon at the Trocadero.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
itual leader of the Center.
.j installing officer. Re-elected
[serve as president for the en-
Kn;; year was Mrs. Jack King-
Dthers who assumed office arc
i Mi sdames Milton Kirshberg, |
rjney Ncross, Joseph Feldman i
id Joseph Schneider; vice,
Esidents; Sam Rosenthal, treas-
er: Abraham Selecoff, chap-
in: Frank Briskman, recording
prctary; Abe Rosenthal, corres- i
riding secretary.
The Mesdames Jules Slansky, j
hancial secretary; A. Louis'
fcchlowitz, social secretary;
Carles Rabb, parliamentarian; j
Allen Acker, historian.
Trustees are the Mesdames j
felvin Altaian, Morris Dollingcr \
id Sam Jafee.
.Mrs. Louis Cohen was chair- I
|gn ol the affair, and Mrs. Ralph .
nan, in charge of the pro-
On The County Commission
CHECK THIS
RECORD OF
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Mrs. Harry Kaplan
officer. Mrs. Alexander Kogan
will be chairman for the day.
Other officers to be installed
are the Mesdames Irving Westin,
honorary president; Samuel Rit-
ter. Frances Rubin and Jack Ud-
ell, honorary vice presidents;
Frank Berger, Hilliard Joseph.
David Koch, Simon Griegel and
Joseph Wolf, vice presidents;
Louis Shapiro, financial secre-
tary; Morris Bernstein, record-
ing secretary; Irving Stein, cor-
responding secretary; and David
Joseph, treasurer.
Joseph Pardo and Hy Fried
will present a musical program.
Brandeis Auxiliary Meets
A social meeting was held by
the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 1!9. Free Sons of Israel, last
night in tlv Seaeomber Hotel.
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Unox Avenue, receiving the S100 scholarship WM*"
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V SHEPARD BROAD pioneered
from mangrove swamp, (he model
low* oi Par Haibor Islands
an outstanding example oi hon-
esty, eliiciency and economy '"
mnnicipal government. As lounder
and liist mayor, he reduced taxes
very year since 1947 while in-
creasing services and iacilities.
V SHEPARD BROAD has never
sanctioned nuisance taxes, that
ii why there it no garbage col-
lection tax in Bay Harbor Islands;
and, his vision and foresight hav
given the town excellent zoning
and planning.
V SHEPARD BROAD was the mov-
ing spirit behind the planning
and building ol the two and a
quarter million dollar Broad Cause-
way, now owned and operated
successfully by the Town ol Bay
Harbor Islands. The self-liquidat-
ing link between North Miami and
the Town ol Bay Harbor Islands
and the Miami Beach mainland
was built at no cost whatsoever
to the taxpayors.
V SHEPARD BROAD has the dis-
tinction ol being voted North
Dade County's most outstanding
citizen ol 1950 lor his devoted
and untiring efforts in behalf of
religious, civic and philanthropic
endeavors. Shepard Broad is a re-
ligious man, a family man, a man
you can trust. SHEPARD BROAD
IS AN IDEAL PUBLIC SERVANT
SHEPARD
Vote on May 27th
Vote County Wide
Pull Lever 9-A
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HELEN ALPERT

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Abrams, Krug
Betrothal Told
MAY 23,
Tremendous crusade is cutting through all party lines this
week to Get Out The Vote!
Sparked by P. J. Davis and Jess Yarborough, general chair-
men, this is the vast non-partisan drive to recruit ail citizenry to
the polls. May 27th.
Initial meeting in George Beriman's offices saw zestful work-
ers reaching over Dade County to enlist all organizations, church-
es, schools, labor unions, women's clubs, business and professional
interests into massive welded balloting.
Mayors and heads of all our 29 municipalities are issuing
proclamations and one plan is to issue, in turn, a prise plaque
or testimonial commending the area which most nearly attains
-00% poll-presence of its registered voters.
First, and fast steps were taken by George Talianoff. who
pledged to get the message to fraternal organizations ... by Harry
Smith, with concerted proclamations ... by A. J. Kaplan and
Sid Davidson of the Jaycees ... by Sol Bennett and his board
of realtors and by gosh, there I am in it. too to win space
in radio, teevee. newspapers, ads. utility companies and any-
thing else my favered little brain can concoct (I'm picked
only because [between us girls] practically everybody else is too
identified with political camps. I figger they sought an objective
guy and thei'a I was, meekly sitting in my usual impartial
corner, quietly blinking at the mad social scene .)
You won't forget remember to vole on May 271h. As Mrs.
Moses Krieger vigorously reminded the hundreds who thronged
to Flamingo Park to hear Tom Kelly: "We're the ones who weis
fighting to get you this privilege so don't you dare let us down
be sure to vote!"
To which I add. "Kid. run out and pull a lever for Mrs.
Krieger!"
IT'S NEWS:
Hot entertainer Sandy Barton you heard her rollicking voc-
;.'.- at those Bonds for Israel hotel rallies is booked into Key
West this week Photographer Harold Kaye writes it's rainy and
< smal in Jackson. Michigan, where he's shooting horse-racing. He
i isses us. Your postcards would cheer him at Otsego Hotel,
Jackson ....
Ruth Brotman left Sunday morning for Montreal, rushing her
ill mother home via plane and ambulance, for surgical attention
by brother Dr. H. Brotman. She spent a wretched several days.
Somehow, in between frantic worrying and packing, she managed
Jo write one of the most masterful letters you've ever read, in
summary of her Miami Beach Music Week. Pointedly, she re-
proaches dozens of groups which promised to aid the projsct,
then igrored it It's a sturdy and undefeated piece of writing!
RETURNED is Rae K. Levin, after an anguished week in Chi-
cago. Her wonderful son Lt. William Levin, killed near Talla-
hassee, was buiied with full military honors and the following
ay. her brother Harry was interred. He'd collapsed of grief and
shock. Rae's relatives here are th> Max Levins, Surfside. And a
family-member from Chicago. Hazel Lewis, is stopping for a bit
Et the Saxor.y .
BIG DAY for Lou and Rose Gold of the Delano's Zodiac Room
i- June 7th their anniversary OPEN HOUSE of Hialeah's
Horn? News Weekly .iiid Shopper Saturday drew admiring
i jts, marvi llinj .< r the new building. Staffer Marie Natvig,
t rmer Scripps-Howard writer originally from Madison. Wise, led
i rted tours. She's something to excite the sluggish she flew
1 Wisconsin, executed necessary business, flew back all in one
day! Present, too, was Tamiami News publisher Hal Bergida.
Out of his paper I pluck the amusing prevue staged by Ben Harris
c.r.d Irving Finn, who held a trial-run of their Mother's Day social
b week early, to assure themselves the genuine article would be
boxoffice for the West Miami Jewish Center. I delight in such an
zea having one party to eliminate all snags and snarls from the
c-.her!
STUDIO M:
Current at Studio M playhouse is, as you've heard. Jean Coc-
i u's pott:< : TU Eagle with Two Heads." Starring Talloo
nkhead. this ran for 9 performances on Broadwayat the end. I
.:; Talloo ended up with two heads Premiere attendees in-
i led Mr. and Mrs Sam Hirsch, Dorothy Fink, Dr. David Prensky.
bq offi ial supporter of Studio Ms brilliant George Keath-
produciions. along with Joe Friedman. Marion Joseloff, Mar-
:, vin. Fred SI t, Sam Silver. Irving Spiegel, Charles Tern-
Harry Zuckt rnick. So is David Stuzin. recently elected presi-
dent and he was chairman of the organizing committee of
Hialeah's soon-to-open Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation. I happened to drive past and see their new structure
handsome, completed, almost ready for furnishings .
En masse for the previrs was Paul R. Thoma with his crack
camera crew, in South Florida for < specialty film. Thoma set
up casting and business offices on Alton Road. Internationally
famed for his high-standard film work. Thoma is about to pro-
duce a symbolic stunner titled "A Game of Cards." P.S. They
make money. Too!
FLASHES:
On May 28th. ,.t Miami Beach Women's Club. Judith Younger-
man triumphantly marks her first dance-year with an unusual re-
cital. One spotlight is modern dar.cing to Bach's "Passacaglia".
Some of her pupils are so creatively stimulated, they've composed
their own dances notably Carole Washar. and the graceful nine-
year-olds Marianna Youngerman and Bonnie Oka! .
Bronx cousins of Buddv Kaye are Marvin and Carol Zucker-
1 rg, arriving May 25th at the San Marino Marvin's parents, the
William (Insurance! Zuckeibergs with daughter Beverly leave for
home soon, from the Casablanca INTERESQUE: Wish I knew
more about the group cozily bonded by their attachment to the NY
pass .
Gold Coast magazine-gal is Anne Schmsrer, Etta Hollarder's
lister, handling columns, copy, cheesecake Rallying to Miami
Bi ach Taxpayers' Association membership, to preserve residential
pi perty, are Samuel Kuloek (he owns the Claremont Hotel). Dr.
Sol Selevan. Walter C. Kovner, Nat Hankoff. Simon Rubin, Mail
< :.< r .
VERY SPECIAL TO JACK ROSS:
Boy. if your friends' dearest wishes-from-the-heart could be
transfused, you'd have no trouble, again, till you're aged 192! .
Most racent report from Mt. Sinai and from Jack's wife Bea is
:hat he's finally showing belter progress and out of the oxygen
tent. I'll take bets Jack's privately writing his clinical story at
Shis moment beat by geat for Life posed around his
well-worn uke, tossing out verses!
Miss Phyllis Abrams
The engagcrTKT.t of their
daughter. Phyllis Helen, to Cye
Krug, 101 7th Street. Miami
Beach, has been announced by
! Mr. and Mrs. George J. Abrams.
1 1517 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
sitv of Miami evening division.
Son of Philip Krug, Brooklyn,
I New York, the bridegroom-elect
I attended schools in New York
land :s now southern representa-
, tive of a merchandising com-
pany.
, An engagement partv is plan-
l r.ed in t.-.e couple's honor for
June 1st. .n New York.
Miss Greenfield To
Wed Lt. Perlman
Miss Helene Joy Greenfield, of
1248 East Dickenson Drive, is
planning en October wedding to
Lieutenant Ivan Harold Perlman,
Orlando.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Greenfield, 40 Star Island,
Miami Beach, and Chicago have
announced the couple's engage-
ment. Lieutenant Perlman is the
|son of Mi. and Mrs. Joe Back-
, man. Ontario, Canada.
The bride-elect was graduated
I from Von Steuben High School
| in Chicago. She attended the
! Univers.ty of Wisconsin, where
she W8S president of Tower
! View House. Currently, she is
a student at the University of
' Miami and a member of the
French Club there.
I Lieutenant Perlman attended
i schools in Canada and received
his Doctor's degree at the Chi-
cago School of Optometry.
Miss Stein To Wed
Atlantic City Lawyer
Mr. ard Mrs. Samu V.'. Stein,
of 4500 Nor:. Jefferson Avenue.
Miami Beach. and M< gantown,
\V( st Virginia, have ;.nn< unced
..,-.
i Helene Greenfield
Miss Sally Blaushild
Sally Mac Blaushild
Chooses August 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Ben W k-
shild. of Cleveland. Ohio,
nounce the engagement of'th*
daughter. Sally Mae. to GeS
S. Friedman, 2054 Prairie Ai
ue, Miami Beach, son of theta,
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Fnedrm
New York.
Miss Blaushild was gradual
from Lear High School andjj|
Junior at the University ollfr
ami.
Mr. Friedman attended
College of New York and Pen.
sylvania State College He s
currently associated with Lei:
Builders, of Miami Beach.
The couple plan an August Jrf
wedding .
Going Formal?
Dr. Paz Flies To Rio
Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz, form-
er editor, of La Prensa in Buenos
A i rl I c director of the Inter-
American Press Association, is
visiting Rio de Janeiro by a Par.
An I ; ican Wi rid Airways Clipper
flight. He took off from New-
York on Wednesday.
Counselor
for local Congregational sum-
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tin > u j-' ::: nt '. their daugh-
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Chaim H. Sandier, AUantic City.
New Jersey.
Miss Stein was graduated from
West Virginia University and at-
ti nded the University of Miami
Law School. She is a member
of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and
is active in the local alumnae
group.
Mr. Sandh r. <:':< v.i.s graduat-
ed from Rutgers University and
Harvard Law School, practices
in Atlantic City, where he
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The couple will be married
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Personally Speaking
Levine, Hahn
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz, of 4201 Royal Palm Avenue, and
vlr. and Mrs. I. Joseph Mazo, of 4476 Roval Palm Avenue, left
|cr Europe last week. They will stop in Israel for 10 days.
Mrs. Samuel Gurss has left for her summer home in Avon
Lake, Ohio. She will spend five months there, visiting with
rends and relatives in Cleveland and Lorain.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ginsburg, of 1929 SW 5th Street, will
Lnend the summer in Westchester, Pennsylvania.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear are off for Woodstock, New
rork, as soon as the school year is over.
^* ^* ^r*
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, of 3529 Pine Tree Drive, ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bankowitz, have left for
Hew Orleans to be present at graduation exercises where their
ton Herman, will receive his degree from Tulane Medical Col-
leqe on May 27th. Dr. Cohen, top honor student at the Univer-
kitv will interne at Jackson Memorial Hospital here.
y' *
Judge and Mrs. Max Korshak, winter residents here and par-
ents of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, 2838 Prairie Avenue,
End Mr. and Mrs. Lester Korshak, 2901 Sheridan Avenue, cele-
brated their 50th wedding anniversary last Saturday. On that
Bay, their great grandson was born. Parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Rov Kornblith, Chicago.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Coulton and Dr. and Mrs. Michael
fiedler entertained last Friday at a dinner party at the home of
|he Coulton's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lackman, Miami i
Beech who are leaving for Israel and an extended European |
To- r Amonq guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bayer,,
" and Mrs. Harry Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rudnick, Mr. and;
it Fred Sandier, Mrs. Jeanne Scher. Mrs. Minna Goldblatt and
or and Mrs. Morris Kleiman. Out of town guests were Mrs |
Samuel Princer, of Union, New Jersey, and Mrs. Sadie Hear, ol.
few York City.
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs. Don W. Stuart, outgoing pres-
ident and vice president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. B nai
fcVh Women, will leave today to attend a B nai Brith Disbict
E end Lodge No. 5 Convention being held in BdtaQ, May
tW through 27th. Followinq the convention. Mrs. Sc.z will
spend several days in New York at the Hotel Astor.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miltar. formerly of Miami and now
I They are stopping at the FairfaxHotel.
Michael Gallander
Star Chapter
Installs Officer*
Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, held its third an-
nual installation on Wednesday
at the Colony Restaurant, featur-
ing a Mother-Daughter dessert
and coffee.
Mrs. Tena Katz, president of
the Metropolitan Council, B'nai
B'rith Women, installed the fol-
lowing officers: president, Mar-
cia Durkin; vice president, Una
Pollack; treasurer. Ella Mae
. Weisman; recording secretary,
I Sandy Wheatman; corresponding
i secretary. Pearl Turnowsky; his-
torian-reporter. Ruth Levine; and
counselor, Pearl Kaplan.
The Board will include past
presidents and the Misses Doris
Klein and Pearl Kaplan.
Guests attending the Installa-
tion were Mrs. Trudi Stern, presi-
dent of District No. 5. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, and Gerry Car-
ver, BBYO Director for South
Florida. Chairman of the affair
was Miss Sandy Wheatman.
Miss Barbara Levine
Mr. end Mrs. Harry D. Levine,
of Miami Beach, formerly of
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Barbara Isabel, to Ar-
thur Baruch Hahn. sen of Mr.
and Mrs. Btnne A. Hihn, Chi-
cago. Illinois.
Miss Levine is a Junior at the
University of Miarri. Mr. Hahn,
a graduate of northwestern Uni-
versity, served with the Air
Corps" for three and a half years
during World Wai it
The wedding will take place
in July.
Beth David Holds
Annual Installation
The Annual Installation Bhii-
i quet featuring a triple installa-
tion of officers and Board mem-
bers of the Beth David Sister-
hood, PTA and Men's Club will
take place Sunday evening, May
25th, 7 p.m., at the Delano Hotel
under the direction of Mrs. Harry
Oliphant, chairman, and Mrs.
Samuel Dickson.
Mrs. Frank Rose will deliver
the invocation, and the benedic-
tion will be given by Mrs. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Bernard A Sterling will con-
duct the installation of officers
and directors of the Men's Club.
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will install
the newly elected officers and
Board members of the Sisterhood
and PTA.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver
the main address. The musical
portion of the program will be
presented by Cantor Maurice
Mamches. Toastmaster for the
evening will be Mrs. Max Sha-
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Broad Seeks
Added Efficiency
Shepnrd Broad, candidate for
(' unty Commission, i> the most
qualified person for the position
I rdir.g to his sup:
Also endorsing Broad's qualifica-
tions are civic groups. sin --
and labor leaders and many civic-
minded citizer.s. they have indi-
cated.
Broad is not a professional pol-
itician, but a successful business
man wanting to serve the best
: -crests of all Dade County, ac-
cording to stories and reports
here. Shepard Broad has pointed
out that the sound business prin-
ciples used in the administration
of Bav Harbor Islands, "an out-
standing example of efficiency,
honesty and economy ir. munici-
pal government," can be
on a county-wide basis.
Broad, whose efficient business
f>]. til < S have resulted in '
owering <>f the tax rate while
or of Bay Harbor Islands,
has. at the same time, increased
the services t< I le taxpayer. "The
dynamic civic leader planned ai d
i .eloped the now flourishing
i : nunity from a mangrove
swamp," it was said early this
"My principles of economy.
I n< sty and efficiency have I een
lied to two thriving institu-
I ns the North Shore Bank
<: Miami ar.d the North Miami
Ss> ngs Building & Loan Associa-
n," the candidate remarked.
Broad is one of the founders
and a present director of the
E:.nk and is president of the
Si vines Association. He is crea- '
1 r 01 the two-and-or.e-quarter
million dollar Broad Causeway.
in budges Biscayne Bay and
connects the Town of Bay Har-
bor Islands and Miami Beach
with North Mil n
The candidate said that he fav-
( i limination of fatal rock pits.
ncouragement of industry to
I ild and settle in South Florida.
n programs for County
elderly folk and efficient, bus-
-.-like administration of thi
i ulti n :!lion dollar business
. is county government.
SI pard Broad *-as voted
. Dade County's most out-
: tizei in 1950," for his
. voted and until efforts in
i ... : ci\ : a .- .in ;
Benjamin Slote Elected President Of
Temple Israel; Mark 30th Anniversary
At the Annu.l Dinner Meeting
of Temple Israel last Wednesday.
Max Meisel, president of the
Ten pie for the past two years,
stepped down from his post to
make way for newly-elected
president. Benjamin W. Slote.
Retiring President Meisel. in a
brief address, outlined recent
Temple activities, emphasizing
the work of the Renovation and
1 Sundav School Fund, which is
implemented by a Finance Com-
mittee composed Ol William D.
Singer. Samuel C Levenson, J.
Gerald Lewis. Max Orovitz, Nor-
an A. Rossman, Joseph Stein
and Arthur A. Ungar. Meisel also
at< d on the achievements of
the Building Committee compos-
ed of Emil J. Gould. Norman M
Giiler, F.llard G. Conn and
Adolph Wertheimcr.
Dr. Joseph K Narot, spiritual
leader, subsequently traced the
Temple's Leadership in augment-
ing the work of the Religious |
School and of pastoral and com-]
al activities.
Incoming President Slote has ,
been a Ten.pie Board member for
many years. He is a graduate ol
Nc w York University, having ;
earned the AB and LLB degrees
there. An attorney and resident of
Mount Vernon he was also vice
pn sident and treasurer of Lerner .
Stores Corporation for 10 years. :
Slote is a former chairman of the
Mount Vernon Community Chest I
and has been president of the Boy I
Scouts of America in Westehester ;
County, president of Sinai Tem-
ple from 19231. and chairman of
the Mount Vernon City Hall Au- j
thority.
Arriving here some 18 years J
ago. Slote is currently a mem-
ber of the Long Term Capital
Improvement Budget Committee
of the City of Miami, having been
appointed in 1948. by former |
Mayor Robert Floyd, and acts as '
its chairman of the traffic and
He is also president of the North-
Tranportation sub-Committee. He
is also president of the Northeast
Miami Improvement Association
ar.d is presently engaged in the '
Srvi's For Paul
(pillVr HVdnosflay
Services for Paul Giiler, 31.
killed on Sunday, May 4th, in an
auto-train accident outside of
1'. tach Tikvah, Israel, will be
held on Wednesday, May 28th, at
11 a.m.
I lie youthful Zionist-pioneer,
a staunch supporter of the new
state both before and after the
War of Liberation, is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giiler, 1220
Pennsylvania Avenue Miami
Beach.
Survivors include his parents,
a brother, Marshall, and a sister,
Mrs. Isaac Fryd, of Miami Beach.
Services will be at the Gordon
Funeral Home. 1333 Dade Boule-
vard, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating. Interment will be on
Mount Nebo Cemetery. '
Benjamin Slote
building and real estate business
here.
Slote resides with his wife, Sal-
ly at 805 ME "2nd Terrace.
Other officers of Temple Is-
rael's new administration include
Joseph R. Stein. Henry E. Wolff
and William D. Singer, vice presi-
dents; Harry Boyell. secretary;
Jerome E. "Freehling, financial
secretary; and Max Holtzberg,
treasurer.
Board members are Leo Acker-
man. David Bass, Sidney I. Bern-
baum. Sam A- Goldstein, Aaron
M Kanner. Samuel C. Levenson,
Leonard A. Wien. Adolph Werth-
eimcr. Walter Kovner, David Stu-
zin. Emil J. Gould, Michael M.
Isenbcrg, Dan B. Ruskin, Monte
Selig, Elry Stone and A. A. Un-
gar.
The recent election marks the
30th anniversary of Temple Is-
rael's existence.
Ilr. A.hIm* .Speaks
At lftaiii|u Jewish Center
Dr. Bowman Ashe, Chancellor
of the University of Miami, will
be principal speaker at a banquet
in the Delano Hotel today, a high-
light of Mount Sinai Hospital's
Second Annual Post-Graduate
Medical Seminar, it was an-
nounced by Dr Paul N. Ungcr,
Seminar Committee Chairman.
Sessions at the three-day Sem-
inar, which opened yesterday will
be conducted by eight prominent
physicians and research scientists
from major medical centers of the
United States. The attendance is
expected to exceed 225 doctors,
including registrants from neigh-
boring foreign countries.
The Seminar will deal with re-
cent advancements in diagnosis
and treatment. Among the eight
lecturers will be Dr. J. H. Means,
Professor Emeritus of Harvard
University and Dr. D. M. Bergen-
stal, of the University of Chicago.
Gautier Closes
Campaign Here
I John Gautier this Week p. \
;h.s campaign f,,,,,,,,^;^
ty tax assessor xvjth ro*j
Ka "turn to .. ns inPPeal'^
'our tax bills." S ln *ntit{!
Speaking ....
I throughout the- countv!ieP*1
od what G.utierWS3aa
powerful at the ex^ffa
The first-time candiri ,
public office offered wh '* \
was documentary prJ
small home owner is na\ h
^double his shaWM
-^TanasHfRl
percent of present inflaud va?
ues." Gauhe; .;. .,rPd. JM
compares wh a l..ng list TJ|
mercial properties whifh ftl
sessed at less than half i
amount." w>
Records to prove his a,,.
ments, he said, were on fife SI
various campaign headquarters
.The ^ asSeSSorS office jy
of the most impoitant-,fno,Z
most important _f m"\
office, he said. "The assessor-
take your home from' vou wj
excessive assessment and he ca
put you out of business mfe
same manner.
"Florida law gives the asstssn
almost the power of ljfe iaj
death over all of us economical!. '
j We should not allow this ytvtt
I to be abused through acts of fc.'
iVontism which place the burden
of taxation on the small and av.
erage home owner and taxpayer.
"The only thing we have to at-
complisli to bring about lower
i taxes is equalization in asses-
j ments. When the big fellow it
! put back on the tax rolls, the
| little fellow will get lonr
taxes."
Lewis Asks For
Final Support in
Constables Race
'
!
ntii
this i ]
will b Maj 271
riends I
i ; before I
rj Tues laj. Th<
can pointed
out tl ean race
' i{ .;t."
platl : d ntaii five
points: 11 urteous an
al law enforci
mem f a radio-i quipped i
: Vice, efficient and
ngarr.ent and an anti
1 hild- tation j that
an educational p:
Beth David To Break Ground For
New Religious School On Sunday
Da-
:. School 1
et f. -- June 1st.
' :
T C
Ai onovitz. J
flank, il by a modern play-
1 work on the
interio tl sj nagi i( Lie
being
a a ago, ca
Harr;
Shei
i w struc-
Gn ter Mi-
Congn ation. Tin
--- ...... I N-l. -.U|'l||, ill'
the m ted ,Su n i in ground-break-
Beth Davi
- W. 3r | A id will
I >! w Irntlit'rs
>lkikl I oiiittr row
Hebrew
at 3 p.m. will pre-
rnsti u, tion of ;i 2
' i A:i modi rn school
equi] ted to a<
modate some 'J'<0 students, as well
as numerous Jewish ...
groups.
Moe F. ingold, builder and
er of the Board of Din c
tors, is chairman of the Building
At ii meeting of the
Associati i i ireater
Id last 1 iy night I
i.t Kneseth Israel Congregation,
inating Con mittee was se- Committee. Twenty boys and girls
I consisting ol Mis. Joshua ifonfirmants will lead participants
Stadlan, chairman, I. F.manuel. ln ,Ik' Ki-"und-breaking. It is an-
i r:v Perach Grosenkranz and ticlpated that 1,000 persons.
Hospital Women
Hold Fashion
Show Today
Wives of physiciai aiti iing
M lint Sinai Hospital'-; three-day
minar which opened
yesterday will be guests of tl
Hospital's Women's Auxiliary at
a fashion show and tea this after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Friedland, 5740 North Bay Road.
The fashion show, to be pre-
sented by Goodman Brothi
featun un r cloth, s for
i of the day and evening. '
M l< I will include the Mesdames J
In Richter. Roy Schechter,
Gordi n Schmitt, Bernard Wall.
Owen, Laur inc. Lev< ni on,
( m Miit: s, Milton Lehr,
Shnayerson and Ruth
an.
nents are being made
function under the di-
of Mrs. Jandon Schwarz.
4 nee of the Mes
dames Richard M. Fle-mi-.g. Di.
A. N Ha Rand, s.
I Victor Kugel
1 .. vin and Sol Goldman. Mrs.
Ji i me Hofmayer is chairman of
the Fashion Show Committee. j
R. Uliss.
The Committee will recom-
: at the
Nation's mi rig ti morrow
ning in K m ', rael Con- |
' ii 8:30 p.m. N hi inations j
ro : the ili': iccepted.
Mrs. Zerler Heads
Louise Chapter, AJC i
The Louise Chapter. American j
J> wish Coj cress, will hold its |
annual Installation Luncheon on !
Moi day, May 26tl 12 p in. at the
I asablanca Hotel, Miami Beach.
Master of Cere > ,m:. s will be
Mrs. Selma Hayden. president of
the AJC Division. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will be Installing Offi-
Officers include the Mesdames
Paul Zerl.-r. president, vice presi-
William Fauer, Ben
Willis Grossman and
I M< ade, vice presidents:
Reimi'i- and Murray
Stri iff, financial Beci taries.
The Mesdames Hen Ross and
!> Mandel. recording secre-
taries; Harry Paskow and Henry
Balaban corresponding secre-
; Binah Wmoker. tie
Herbert Gre< nberg, parlia-
an; Ml Simon Prieg
Trust., s, Mesdames Louis Glas-
s. i. Leonard Qlickman. Martin
Genet ar.d Harry Koretzky.
Iamong them men and women of
international, national and local
I prominence, will witness the
event.
THANKS!!
My sincere thanks for the
12,946 votes thai I received in
the May 6th Primary out of
nearly 31.000 votes that were
cast for all candidates for of-
fice of Justice at the Peace
District Three. The credit
goes to my many friends and
loyal supporter? and you the
voters. I sincerely appreciate
your efforts in my behalf.
RUTH L. SUTTON
NOW LET'S FINISH THE JOB MAY 27th
Vote for RUTH L. SUTTON
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 3
Her Qualifications and Record are Outstanding.
She has maintained a current docket and held Court 5 dap
a week.
She has h'Jard and disposed of 2.300 cases in 15 montla
without a single one being appealed to a higher Court.
Her conduct in each and every case has been dignified. h
judgment courageous but tampered w:th mercy, and each
person before her Court has been treated with fairness.
Her fine record and faithful service merit your support.
(This political advertisement paid (< b) friends of Ruth I- S
JACK BLOCK
Attorney and Former Candidate for Justice of the Peace. District 2
SAYS
FOR
friend.
Jack Block
I have decided to vote FOR my
FRANCIS J. CHRISTIE, for the office to which I aspired. MR.
CHRISTIE is a QUALIFIED ATTORNEY and well suited to the of-
fice of JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
He ran an honest and a clean campaign, and I KNOW he merits
our support.
I would sincerely appreciate your joining with me when you go
to the polls on May 27 to VOTE FOR
FRANCIS J.
CHRISTIE
for JUSTICE of the PEACE, District 2
i im. Pol Adv.)


fclDAY. MAY 23, 1952
IStMhfkwlHHri
lift
Community
ercises To
omen's Club
, Si cond Annual Commun-
Graduation of the Hebrew
pols of Greater Miami has
|n shifted from the new build-
[ol the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
|on to the Miami Women's
lb. 1737 North Bayshore Drive,
older accommodate an over-
audience, it was announced
week.
he Graduation Exercises will
|held on Monday, May 26th, at
im., for twenty graduates of
Hebrew schools.
he program will feature a nar-
|ve cantata, Freedom To All,
Itten by Louis Schwartzman,
putive director of the Bureau,
_ a cast of the graduates. The
Suction is under the direction
I Mrs. Jack Donnerstag and
Jbert Berger. The program will
include the presentation of
|omas and prizes by Rabbis
Shapiro, Shmaryahu Swir-
Irving Lehrman and Simon
IL
kcetings from the Bureau will
Ixtcndi'd by Benjamin Meyers,
Hdent. The annual Ratner Me-
fial Scholarship to Camp Yav-
New Hampshire, will be
[rded by Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
a aduates Include: room Moth
Id I'onjcreftatlon, Victor Bott, son
|li. and Mrs. Jack Hott; Lester
ii. -mi of Mr. and Mrs. Abe B.
i Allan Laufer, son <,r Mr. and
Ham Laufer; Robert Bplegal,
li.i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bplegal:
|llaiv,\\ Srhwartz, son of Mr. and
.in- B. Schwartz.
Beth I'-l ^''intjreKatloii. Arthur
|rg, ii of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
.?nard Kothlmrt, son of
uinl Mrs. Edward Rothbart; llar-
iKIaiMipr, son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Klapper; Charles Hlrsob, son
and Mr*. Alie llirsch; and
I.-....-, son of Mr. and Mrs.
. e Lpfcoe.
mi Miami Beach Jewish Center,
, l.rvy. daughter of Mrs. Kiia
; Haul Kuthfleld. son of Mr. anil
Max Ruthfield; David Homer,
[. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Homer;
Ian ic. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lurle; Kuth W'einstcin dauah*
bf Ml aiul Mrs. Isldor Wclnstein:
Ci;i Sa\ i.insUy. daughter of Mr
- A.iron Savransky; and llar-
ller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Fuller.
Miami Hebrew School. Nor-
i-sinan, son of Mr. and Mrs
-man; Anton Chaplin, son
and Mrs. Sidney A. Chaplin.
ills Levin, son of Mr. and
Robert II. Levin.
ham Attacks
ecial Interests
i Odham, candidate for
office of Governor of Flor-
moved into the final phases
is campaign for election this
t ith public appearances at
ites and talkathons.
lh mi affirmed his position
rding the elimination of spec-
inti i from state govern-
t and pointed out that, if
would bring a larger
n from existing state taxes
lout increasing the burden on
lints "even one iota". He
' I once again the racing
11 md promised "to trim
I influence considerably."
iniing to his strong showing
le May 6th primary, the
ful candidate indicated that
I conclusive proof that Flor-
are demanding a complete
UP "of the current adminis-
im qualities."__________
louisli Forum
On The Air"
ftion: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Sundays 11-12 A.M.
Ition: WTTT (1490 on dial)
[Thursdays 9 10 P.M.
reeled and Announced by
NCCJ Implements
Commissions Here
"The National Conference of
Christians and Jews is constantly
developing program resources
and leadership in the field of
human relations and intergroup
activity," Dr. Jacob H. Cunning-
ham, director of the Florida Reg-
ion, NCCJ, said here in an an-
nouncement explaining the or-
ganization's plan for a broaden-
ed structure.
Dr. Cunningham indicated that
the five commissions authorized
by the Conference now represent
religious, community and educa-
tional organizations and labor-
management and mass commun-
ications. Sam Blank, president
of National Brands, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, and
PAGE 9 A
Malcolm Ross, of the University
of Miami, are leaders from this
area serving on tWese national
commissions, he said.
"The community is the labora-
tory where fhe techniques and
resources of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
are developed and used," Dr.
Cunningham explained. "Thus,
local leaders, organizations, in-
stitutions, industries and social
ind government agencies are in-
volved in a dynamic and con-
structive program designed to
niprove and promote good hu-
nan and intergroup relations."
The Regional offices of the
VCCJ have developed a parallel
organizational structure. Com-
posed of community leaders, they
augment the program of the Na-
lional Conference. Roscoe Brun-
Btetter, George Chertkof and Dr.
Franklin Williams, of the Miami
Hound Table, in conjunction with
; Dr. Cunningham, have been
I largely responsible for the cre-
I ation of the five commissions
through which active programs
are implemented to advance
group relations in the specific
fields.
The Commission on Mass Com-
i munication brings to public at-
| iention by radio, press and tele-
vision the work in progress
Tiiereth Israel Religious
Schook Hold Picnic
The Hebrew and Sunday
Schools of the Tifereth Israel
Northsidc Center will hold their
annual picnic on Sunday, May
25th, at Greynolds Park.
Cars will meet 10 a.m., at the
Centei, and leave for Greynolds
Park together. Annual awards
to outstanding students for schol-
arship and attendance will be
made during the picnic.
Dare Turner in
It ii no h Here
Dave Turner, candidate for
Justice of the Peace and Judge
of the Small Claims Court in
District No. 2, launched the final
two weeks of his campaign at a
meeting Monday night.
Turner promised his friends
an even more vigorous campaign
than in the past two months.
Thanking them for their active
| support, he assured them that,
i "Your accelerated efforts in my
| behalf for the next two weeks
I will be greatly appreciated."
Form Dance Group
A Folk Dance Group is being
Planned by the Miami Beach
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. A meeting
of the group was held at the Cen-
ter last night, when a possible
Folk Dance Festival was discuss-
ed.
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
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.
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Prciidant
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fumral Dir.
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officially represents the majority
of the Northern Jewish Funeral
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Emergency oxygen-equipped
ambulance service is available 24
hours a day.

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always ready to assist and
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PAGE 10 A
fJenistfhridrter
FRIDAY. MAY
Local Leaders Plan Welcome For Moshe
Sharett; Council Maps Schedule Sunday
South Florida Jewry mobilized this week to plan
welcoming ceremonies foi Moshi Sharett, Foreign Min t the
te of Israel, who will make his first \ '. hen when he
h ks at .. public rally Sunday night. Juno 1st, at the Dado County
Auditorium. .
Joseph Cherner, Miami Beach busines leader, has
K";. obS er, Max Silvei and Harry J.
Sen/.
Further details of Sharett's ar-
nval and the rally will be plan-
ned at a meeting <>:' the Council
.if Organizations of the Greater
"*'
m

'.-/
v,..
ol the Citizens' Committee foi
.: -' e Sharett Day in Grei ti
Miami, sponsors of the rally.
S imuel Fiiedland and Max Oro-
\ .1/ are co-chairmen. Jack Ablin
i is i en named treasurer.
Exact date and time of Shar- Miami Committee for State of
cits arrival were not known late Israel Bonds on Sunday morning
this week, but the mayors of Mi- at the Roval Palm Hotel
ami, Miami Beach and other
South Florida communities al-
ready have accepted invitations
lo be on the official welcoming
committees.
Fiiedland urged persons inter-
ested in attending the rally to
.-cure their tickets now at the
unmittee's headquarters. 1622
illins Avenue. Miami Beach. .
ind Room 1401, Congress Build- exander <;..,**. Mr* Beul H'""n-,
, SiT-.; uiL k, ni > find M" Rae Hoffman. it.ii>i>i Jacob Hon-
ing, Miami. We have only aouu M|H lrvlll Kaplan, Mrs Eman-j
. eats available, and the interest
in Moshe Sharett's visit here in-
iicates a sell-out in advance of
June 1st." Orovitz said Wednes-
day at a meeting of the steering ,.
committee of the group at the t-n.J;--lrVJffi!&&.*-
Shelborne Hotel. tamln Meyem, Mrs Ann.. Brenner
In addition to the officers, Meyera, Oemhon S Miller. Mra.usna
, Ambers of the steering commit- Mhuaea.
i >e for Mpshe Sharett Day in-
( lude Mrs. Harry Gersten. Ben
/ion Ginsburg, Isadore Goldberg,
Dr. Morris Goodman. Daniel Hel-
i r. Mrs. Hyman Stuart Kaplan.
i.Irs. Rose Kasow. Leon Jacobs,
Seymour B. Liebman, Julius J.
Perlmutter, Mm ion Perry, [rv-
. .4 Saal, Harold G Shapuo. Jac-
oihei memberi "i tlM Cltlieni
Committee Imlude Rabbi Mayer An-
ramowlts, Mm Benjamin Appel, Rab-
bi sun..ii April, 8ldnej Aronovltt, Haul
Aahkenasy, Philip Berkowlts, George
i 1..'mi.in. Hamuel Blank, Rev. Ku-
,i,.i|.h Brill. Alvln Budner, Rabbi Ab-
raham Caaael, Jule Channlns, Fran*
Cohen, Leon Ell, Kai.M laaai Ever,
Mi~ Aaron H;in. Moe Pelngold, pr,
Stanley Krehiiwt. By Prledman. n-n
Oilier, Norman Oilier, Mra. Beat mi--
aer, Rev George Goldberg, i .a.............m Kap
uel Karger, Mra. Jack KUnger, Irv
Ini Korarh, Mra. Louli Krenaky, Rali-
l.i i......i Kronlah and Sam Lachman.
Alao aervlng on th* committee are
Rabbi Irving Uehrman, Oacar l.ei-
huk. George Levenon, Joseph Lip-
Members of the Steering Committee of the Citunis Committee for Moshe Sharett Day in _
Miami are 'standing, left to right) Leon Jacobs. Harold G. Shapiro. Julius J Perlmuti,,, *
Saal. Max Silver. Morton Perry. Samuel Fried 'and Isador Goldberg. Darnel Holler. MxoS|
Mrs Harry Gersten and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Seated Heft to right) are Mrs. Rose Kasow, Unl\
Joseph Cherner. Harry J. Sonx. Jack Abhn and Dr. Morris Goodman. Th^r3
r the visit to South Florida of Israel's Fo.eign Minister on Sunday. June la ^*l
B. Liebman
planning for
in only a few American cities to
report on the current economic
situation in the state, as it enters
its fifth year of political inde-
pendence.
Obituaries
Stnnle\ '" Myera, Rabbi Joseph N*i
..i. Mi- Bess Nelson, Edward Oka,
Maurice Orovltt, Jack Paraen, Mra
Hvman Pertes, Mi- Harr> Platoff,
Mis Mil lam Press, Dr Harry Queen,
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Th.....lore
Robinson, Dan B. Ruskln, Rabbi Ab-
raham Sachs, Irving Schatiman, Phil-
ip Ken Iff, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Hyman
Hher, Rabbi Morris Skop George Tal-
lanoff, Meyer Teigman, Rabbi Alfred
Wax man, Carl welnkle ana Harry
Zukernli k
The committee will meet Mon-
day morning at 11 a.m., in the
Cav iliei Room "f the Sans Souci
Hotel to complete plans for
I ha I hi iiiii Bar
Mitzvah At Center
.:
l-llll.ll- n I.ESHEM --.
Anastasln Wenui Coral Moshe Sharett Day.
. |,i, hwh> I ( Ma>
i. Hi m ., |. .! hiispll Hi
Iij in> wife, Tl, and Mr
i ether, Mm I .III ai 1.-> Re-
,.,i,. wen aent t(i Si Vi '
I ,| ..... lermeni h; "The
lile
Sharett, hailed as one of Is-
rael's foremost speakers, has
been a Zionist leader throughout
the 20th Century in Russia. Eng-
lai d and Palestine, where he be-
came I ead of the political dc-,
CBMA MARHER partment of the Jewish Agency.
,.: i urn p, iii died ......
, .M.i. 171 i. She I Iveil In two I m *">
. twi daugh-i) Sharett has scheduled speeches
.. i.. Ho i i ii lirothi
, .in.i ... Hi hel Remain'
.. ,. .. R| ,rt,kl\ n Sev, fu It fn
ps and I:.. Miami
l: tei nidi
\ : BERT MAltGOl.lK
i\', .- Streel died >".
. I hi re fn III
ixt six year' Ived by his
. i two oi Rlehai il and
.- mfoi d I Ihrei Blrtii
H..... Sei "ii ,j ( ,i.. p........ jn District No
.... .. ti no. in< react in uisirici no.,
a, with Raid Ms ......" ix 2. Francis J. Christie, last week
' -aid that. "I am the only candi-
date who publicly advocates the
i:\i\m i:i. Ri'itiiv scheduling of hearings in such
Marsi ii ......- ;, manner that all parties before
the Small Claims Cur, will be
(Serl udi ni daughter, spared unnecessarv waiting for
..... ,, tneir cases to be heard."
Christie further indicated that
he would advocate the relocation
of courts to convenient places,
"even if that means establishing
a court in two different places
and using them alternately."
The candidate pledgi I that, if
elected, he would be available
in cases of emergency at all
Christie Calls
For Easing
Court Procedure
Candidate for the office of Jus-
Friedman Calls
For Final Vote
Milton A- Friedman, candidate
for Justice of the Peace in Dis-
trict No. 3. in a radio and televis-
ion message expressed his grati-
tude this week to citizens for
the fine vote they gave him per-
mitting him to be in the run-off.
Friedman conducted a vigor-
ous campaign based on his 17
years of legal experience, civic
leadership and a desire to ren-
der a service to his community.
Friedman advocates night
court in addition to regular day
sessions for the convenience of
the working man who cannot af-
ford to lose a day's pay to prose-
cute or defend a claim. Fried-
man urges all citizens interested
in the welfare of their commun-
ity to vote for him on May 27th,
by pulling lever 13 A.
Sigma l.amhda
Sigma Kfeetion
Sigma Lambda Sigma
Club, affiliated with the
Branch of the Greater ,
Jewish Community Center
elections for the comine vi
the home of Miss Susan
The following were el
officers: The Misses Ai
Katz. president: Susan 1
vice president: Elen Walsej
cordirg sec i etary;
Sprints, cnoponding
Barbara Faber, treasurer;
Kosch, pledge mother; Irij
vine, program chairman:
Jacobs, rep irter.
A tea in honor of their r.
will be held ,m Sunday afte
at the home of Miss Elen
sey, daughter of Mr. and
Ira Cole Walsey, 4245 Alton
Miami Beach
ad I
SUNR&flMK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
ro* REST. COMVAlESCEMca
AMD CKSOSK U1U
It* w if
I the M Ben K
1 : : .. r K .. 1
...,- on Munl N'ebo "erne -
i
:- VIhiRK KOI'KKKItSTKI.V
i Drexi l vi
. Ma) 19th I'm
.....iia->. he i- ed l
i u '. kiiRUPtM, oni Mai
i.l other. Phillip. Hi ere ,
to Newark, New Jerfi for n-i ,
ie In- son o; a pioneer fam-
i idi ily, he was born here 35 years
i i-\ i win i rank '" ;i nouseDOa' ";1 ,!'(' Miami
, ..',' .-. .! ;,'..' via: River. He earne I a scho] i
\ .- t" the Universitv of Miami bv
representing the boxing I
and oi >>r. Ida years.
- were Kent io Niweii, Muf Christie served 42 month- in
Harvey
Harvey Thalblum, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Thalblum, 835
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach.
became Bar Mitzvah at the Mi-
ami B .T wish Center last
Saturday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated.
Harvey is a student in the Cen-
tei Hebrew School and president
of the Junior Congregation. He
attends the Id:. M. Fisher Junior
High School.
A Kiddush recepti in I a wed
the rvii in the Center Dining
Hi
See or Phone M
NAT GANS
3-45.S 4-9381
LIFE INStflANCE NEEDS
Met-ocoatan Li' l" Ca.
90' Biaeayne B.33
19 W. Flag ei- St.
. fm I fnti
. Miami Beai 1 Klvi
the Army geant. Follow
is tour of duty, he resumed
i:i:\ ia:i:\ 1' okdai.ia PIXN education and received I
of Tampa, |. .1 |aw dl.j,,,.t. f,,,.,, Stetson Ur.i-
ll I, II,- .- Bin 1 > ed !>' 1. ,..,,.
.-..;.h[e iin.-.- :-,ii-. Mel i San and
ind tin din .'- \l' \i
1 ii 1. .!,.!. -ii. Mi Will mil and
V'- Aaron Ooldnti n S'ervleeii wen
1 Monda> :ii Hi. 1 l"i don 1
with Rabbi M----- Mem-heloff
%'flelatlng Interment wan on Mounl
I... 1 V'n.-t.., y
vi rsity
KtliENE l'l:ii:iiM,\N
.'. ..f 610 Mill Ktreet, Miami Beaeh,
.-a "n Saiiirdny He ii aurvlved i\
1 brother, Max Bervlci were on
i,--'i.i> ni the Gordon Puneral Home,
. iili it.ii.t.i Joseph Naroi officiating.
.li 1:1 Sisters
Hold I.IIIK-IU'OII
Thti Congregation Beth El Sis-
!. 1 hood will hold a Second An-
ial Donor Luncheon at the
'rocadero Restaurant. Miami
Beach, on Tuesday. May 27th, 1
11 m.. according to Mrs. Eugene
Schwartz, president.
Quest speaker will be Rabbi
maryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual
leader of the Congregation. Mis.
Maurice A. Weger is chairman
f the affair, assisted by Mrs.
Max Rappaport. Program ar-
rangements are in charge of Mrs.
S T. Swirsky.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
jnart $ rrata
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon soMen
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS S35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
A Tried and True Guard
Should Be Kept At His Post!
* To keep your homestead exemption sale from the
special privilege boys!
* To keep Dade County assessments fair and equit-
able!
* To continue the honest, efficient and
courteous operation of the tax as-
sessor's office!
11
Re-elect J. W. "Newt
LUMMUS
THE MAN WITH OUTSTAND-
ING RECORD OF PUBLIC
SERVICE I
(Pd. Bl. Adv.)
REFRIGERATOR
HAS THE AMAZING
503SSI cu
FREEZING SYSTEM
! NeMoW"flftrfi-slBPJn
TWICE AS JONG*,
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ftfDAY, MAY 23, 1952
*Jewisli ncrSdlfain
PAGE 11 A
?r-Granada
May Queen Contest
tomorrow Evening
Tl. young Adult Group oi the
jianii Beach Jewish Center is
hC latest organization to select
ndidate for the May Queen
Contest to be
sponsored by the
naglsr Gran-
d a Jewish
2ommuni t y
Jenter.
The Dance
jvill be held to-
morrow even-
ing at Fisher-
man's Wharf,
Miami Beach.
Entertainment
will be provid-
ed, and a Rhum-
ba Contest will
Contestant chosen
will receive a loving
weekend for two at the
Hotel and a complete
Miss Ta/t
held. The
queen
up.
Bxony
rdrobe.
Choice of the Young Adult
roup is Arlene Lopatkin, who
also representing the Clara
Irsch Landau Chapter, B'nai
I'rith Young Women. Other
bntestants are Rita Hauber, Mi-
irii Beach Junior Hadassah; Rita
pps, Hialeah-Miami Springs
ewish Center; Janet Weil, Mi-
mi Junior Hadassah; and Bea
aft, West Miami Jewish Center.
[judge Kenneth Oka will crown
he ew Queen, assisted by Edith
[pplebaum, last year's winner.
DANIEL M.
BROAD
Will Sceak in Behalf of
SHEPARD
BROAD
YOUR CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Brautigam Calls
For Control Of
Mortgagors
George A. Brautigam, who re-
cei%'ed top vote in the first prim-
ary in the race for State Attor-
ney, summed up his campaign by
declaring that something must be
done about the vicious mortgage
monev racket, "through which
t y-by-night mortgage companies
fleece an unsuspecting public."
Brautigam pledged himself as
State Attorney "to restore public-
confidence in the office, to advise,
guide and direct the Grand Jury,
to drive rapists and sex perverts
out of Dade County and to serve
as a vigorous, honest, aggressive
and intelligent prosecutor."
North Shore Women
Install Officers
The North Shore Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, has held its instal-
lation luncheon at the Delmonico
Hotel, with Mrs. Harry Gordan.
past president of District No. 5,
officiating.
Installed as president was Mrs.
George Levinson. Others assum-
ing office were: the Mesdames
Murray Herlands, Melvin Rich-
ard and Aaron Tubin, vice presi-
dents; George Kimmel, treasur-
er; George Kelman, correspond-
ing secretary; Leon Rapee, finan-
cial secretary; David Goldwyn,
social secretary: Jack Wien,
counselor; Leo Soloman, histor-
ian; Clarence Samuels, parlia-
mentarian; Gernard Goldfinger,
Sentinel; and Stanley Phillips,
Mark Silverstein and Bernard
Hoffman, trustees.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. Miss Gloria Jordan,
vocalist, rendered several mus-
Rabbi Motes Mescheloff discussed the life and philosophy of Spinoza when the study groups of
the Henrietta Szold Hac'assah met at a joint luncheon session in the Trocadero Restaurant here.
Seated from left to right are Mrs. Nelly King, Mrs. Barnet Beckerman. Rabb; and Mrs. Mescheloff
and Mrs. Harry Rogers. Standing are the Mesdames Beulah Devis, Sadie Greenfogel, Gus Hacker,
Ii'-'ne Starr, Sadie Horowitz. Isabelle Altholz. Henrietta Jonas and Ida Lear.
Ila :UMM> Enrollment
Mrs. Morris Alpert, member-
SUNDAY
"Jewish
Variety
"Jewish
Forum of
The Air"
11-12 a.m.
WFEC
U22C on
You:- Dial)
Hour"
2-3 p.m.
ship coordinator for the eleven
groups of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah, announces
the re-enrollment of close to 3.000
members here.
A luncheon meeting on Tues- \
day at the- home of Mrs. Samuel |
Blank, 600 East DiLido Drive, i
saw the presentation by Mrs. Ir-
win Weinstein, president, of
books and pins as awards to out-
standing workers.
Mrs. Dorothy Kreige^ Fink
presented a book review, and
Mrs. Harold Wynn entertained
, with musical selections.
Group chairman in the Hadas-
Jcal selections accompanied by |sah mcniDershjp enrollment were
Fern Sherman. the Mcsciames Joseph Shapiro,
Louis Makovsky, Hurry Magid,
David Koch, Manuel Burstcin.
Kmanuel Smith, Nat Waldman.
Donald Murray and Maurice
Rich, and the Misses Edyth Bern-
stein and Fiances Lebon.
WMBM
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On May 27th
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for
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\ilv )
Marsh Continues
Campaign Here
John D. Marsh, candidate for
'Dade Countv Solicitor who top-
1 ped the field in the first primary,
is continuing his vigorous cam-
paign in the run-off, it was an-
nounced here.
Marsh, it was revealed, con-
tinues to rise early in the morn-
1 ing talking to voters on their way
to work and to the night shifts of
I airline employees coming off the
- job. Throughout the day. the can-
didate has been reported on the
1 move carrying bis camoaign to
i citizens in all walks of life.
Marsh has reaffirmed his vow
: to handle all cases with dispatch",
avoiding long delays in prosecu-
tion, and to -make it hot' for
i criminal elements in Dade Coun-
He has stated: 'We must de-
! cide now whether we want to live
and raise our children in a com-
munitv dominated by the execu-
tives of illicit and illegal enter-
i prise or whether we want clean
(and decent government. I believe
I the people of Dade County prefer
: the latter, and I shall do all in my
power to clean up a mess which
j has brought nation-wide attention
to Dade County." _^____
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"A GOOD
is more to be
treasured than
NAME
riches."
Proverb
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John S. "Johnny
BABER
Your CONSTABLE. District 5 |
Miami Beach, Surfside. Sunny Isles, Golden Beach, Bal
Harbour. North Bay Village. Bay Harbor Islands
Over a Quarter-Century of Law Enforcement Experience.
' Assisted more than 500 Jewish Persons in German Dis-
placed Persons Camps as American Military Govern- I
ment Officer.
Served as Constable until 1942. when Volunteered for r
Army Service.
Resident of Area for 28 Years.
PULL LEVER 4-A I
''There is No Substitute
for Experience"
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
-*one for other gratefu1
families
* *.*
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
"Thanks"
To all those who worked
and voted for me May 6.
Your hard work and support
encourages this office to con-
tinue with its record of un-
challenged integrity and
ability to serve you.
VOTE FOR
THELMA R.
HARDISON
(Mrs. Lather T.)
FOR
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3 .
I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote and
Support on May 27th
ELECT
THELMA R. HARDISON, widow of Luther T. Har-
dison, who was killed in the line of duty while
returning a criminal from California.
The Governor appointed her Constable up-
on the death of her husband.
She has lived in District 3 over 27 years. Is
also the mother of four children.
Thelma R. Hardison is qualified by Experi-
ence, Efficient and Courteous Service.
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"There is no Substitute
tor Experience"
We, the undersigned do hereby endorse
Thelma R. Hardison (Mrs. Luther T.) for Con-
stable, District 3. Having known her for many
years, we know her to be honest and capable
of holding this office; with fair and unbiased
dealing with each and every one.
Abe Snider
Sarah S. Gatt
Henry Scher
Alex Hershman


i
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d-d

.1 Adv.)
2
Leo Geller
Molly Levy
Joseph Gelman
Solomon Feder
David Goldenberg
Petre Gelber
Lucille Anklam
Max Kanst
Max Bradow
Ferdinand Goldenberg
Harry Hcberman
Ruth Ackerman
Emanuel Gluck
Louis Ashman
Simon Gold
Ernest Sherwood
Lynn Snyder
Henry Saarin
Morris Gatt
George Margolis
Nathan Rosenberg
Gertrude Lieberman
Ruby Scher
Elmer Blakely
Herby Coleman
Meyer Steinberg
Joseph H. Meyers
Estelle Schapiro
(Pl. Pol. Adv.)


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IU
ing The Week ...as i see it
By LEO MINDLIN
L victims, half dead from fear and starvation, were led to
lns where their lives ended in horrible torture. The Gestapo
Ehite-hot irons to burn noses, ears and hands. They also
[them with knives and pulled their nails from their fingers '
Le out their hair. When the victims would fall unconscious
fculd shoot them and dump them into the ditch."
L js one of the more printable excerpts from The Black Book
deals with near-forgotten Nazi bestialities and which was
|ied to the juridical authorities of the United Nations War
1 Commission. I don't particularly care for the book. It is
Ivelv Soviet oriented. Reading it, one would think that only
Id Army fought the German moster.
It the time of publication in 1946, few ware concerned with
rifles. The fraternity of East and West had not overtly split
|er n certainly couldn't matter if, in the flush of victory and
Biasm. an ally emphasixed the part he played. What did
was the exposition of unspeakable crimes against Jews,
[globs is too small to hold both mankind and Fascism,"
ls The Black Book. These are the words of the Soviet
b poet Itzik Fefer. Embodied in them was the apparent
Ue of a tired but determined post-war world.
Iven years have passed since the German armies surrendered
Itionally. The Last-West split is now apparent and inflam-
I as well. Suddenly, it does matter that an ally emphasizes
|t in the struggle while ignoring or minimizing the contribu-
te ot., is. Itzik Fefer's noble sentiment ur.dersores the fact that
I long not been heard from. It increases one's anxiety about
ji the Soviet Union and lends added plausibility to the belief
lank.nd and Fascism are inimical.
f thing, however, has not changed since the day of victory:
fcror of Nazi inhumanity. What The Black Book has to say
Cim i;, rman genius for the extermination process holds today
td then. Only here, can it be discovered that Hitler youth's
it tune was: "Wenn das Judenblut vom Messer spritzt." Only
Ian the myriad methods of inscrutable torture concocted by
Ired schizoid souls be unearthed. Political inclination is hardly
r of coloring the bar "fact of atrocity.

Is acutely shocking to discover that the world has forgotten so
f. In the wake of Soviet-American power politics, Germany
gain rises as victor to its monstrous feet. The effort to
Western defense against Communism has led to the re-organ-
of its armies and air force along old Nazi lines. Without
ex-SS men have been called upon to fill administrative posi-
Jhe sten;h of Oswiecim and Buchenwald are gone; the an-
irrors are being re-committed.
riat must be remembered is the reason for the early Nazi
tion. Apart from internal economic stresses, Germany's
lal Socialists appealed to the fear of Bolshevism. Sadly.
rails that many Jews answered the appeal and became
i Hitler supporter*. Misguided by political vagaries, they
quick to underwrite their absurd partisan feelings with
sums of money.
v one can reasonably insist that such economic aid went a
lay toward furthering the Nazi ideal. Hitler's Jewish senti-
Iwere too clearly expressed in Mein Kampf. Der Fuehrer
Id upon his scapegoat long before it could more materially
fce its own extermination. The rest is bitter history.
*
i:y do I bother sifting the waters of old-hat experience so
mlv known? For one thing, I am more severely shocked by
:ari Jewry's apparent forgetfulness than'by the world s at
Nations as a collective agent have never been noted for their
sensibilities; but it is axiomatic that victims do not easily
their tormentors from moral obligation.
ir another, I want to underscore the fact that Nazi develop-
bres an outgrowth of specific Fascist fears, that one form oi
r c n not reasonably be counteracted with another and that
jedo based upon criticism of specific social groups must be
bed anathema for Jews.
t would not be too far fetched to say that American demo-
: ideology is going the way of the late Weimar Republic.
outlawing of specific political parties, trre authorisation ot
lical immigration laws and investigations into the private
of citizens here are all examples of fear for Communism.
Americans firm in t'-ieir beliefs, such suppressions could
ly be possible.
His, the United States, both at home and abroad, hasI ei
' (nurse of restricting traditional freedoms in the
IbJ
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1952
SEC. E
Form New Youth
Commission Here
The formation of the Florida
Zionist Youth Commission was
announced by Jack Becker, chair-
man of the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission, today.
The Florida Zionist Youth
Commission will be affiliated
with the Southern Zionist Youth
Commission in Atlanta. The Flor-
ida office will be located in Mi-
ami, under the direction of Sy
Friedman.
The action was taken at the
soring meeting of the Regional
Youth Commission held in Sa-
vannah on May 18th. Youth re-
ports from Mrs. Roslyn Soltz, of
Miami, Regional president of
Junior Hadassah, and Earl Low-
enstein, also of Miami, president
of the Southern Region of IZFA,
were given.
According to local leaders, Mrs.
Murry Grossman, past Regional
presidents of Florida Hadassah,
and S. A. Goodman, honorary
chairman of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission, who
attended the meeting. "The for-
mation of the Florida Zionist
Youth Commission will show a
marked increase in the member-
ship and potential leadership
throughout the state for the com-
ing year."
Also attending from Miami was
Sy Friedman, director of the
Florida Office.
Havana Rabbi Speaks At Southeast
Synagoue Banquet Here; Lauds Leaders
Rabbi Rosenbaum
Rabbi Mayer Rosenbaum. Chief
Rabbi of Havana, Cuba, was
.guest speaker at the banquet of
'the Southeastern Synagogue Con-
ference held in the Beth Jacob
Synagogue last Sunday.
Rabbi Rosenbaum stressed the
i-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tropical Lodge Meeting
Key workers in Tropical Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, will convene for an
jopen Executive Board meeting on
i Tuesdav, Mav 27th. 8 p.m., at the
I home of A. Budd Cutler, 1665
Bay Road, Miami Beach.
need of a positive and aggressive
program lor the extension of tra-
ditional faith and practice
throughout the synagogues in the
southern states.
Praising the local Hebrew
Academy as a symbol of a grow-
ing youth founded in democra-
cy and practical religion, he also
lauded the work of the South-
eastern Synagogue Conference in
uniting the efforts of both lay
and Rabbinic leadership in the
eight southern states "which
makes possible the strengthening
of representative communities
[and the bringing of the message
oi Torah true Judaism."
Sidney Palmer, president of
] Congregation Beth El, served as
toastm.aster at the banquet. He
was introduced by Convention
Chairman Rabbi Moses Mesche-
loff, spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob. Appearing on the
program were Cantors Abraham
Seif and Berele Kelemer, accom-
panied by Joseph Schrcibman at
the piano.
David Dubis installed new offi-
cers. The presidential message
was given bv outgoing president,
Philip Belz. of Memphis. Tennes-
see. Newlv elected president is
; Abraham Rabhan, of Savannah,
Georgia.
I
I
ft
THE SEAL
WHICH MEANS
KOSHER I
mbark-
_jtricting traditional freedoms in tne name
-ia.y. Rightfully opposing Soviet expansionist tactics, it
I rt- s an alternative those elements commonly rejected. isnaK-
; inroads of Communism here, it has been quick to emoiacc
Of renegade who disguises his nature witn the masK oi
Americanism has come to mean the tacit underwriting
Fascist groups, the rise of anti-Semitism as an ar.ticioic
uons and the subtle persecution of minorities as an. as-
I '-Saxon superiority.
dr
rbing news report from the American Jewish Press
I l > attention early this week. Conflicting in design, n
I I Senator Richard B. Russell, of Georgia, currently seeking
I .....cratic Party's nomination for Presidential candidate, at-
I rvices at the Coral Gables Jewish Center while campaign-
s' si Kstes Keiauver in Florida. -
ii. iltaneously, the report indicated that attempts *to sway
I la primary contest ... by an ant.-Semit.c ^P\im>
m fcgn have failed." I have read no local news items con
I 1 mii-Semitic inuendo on the part of Russell "WjES"
I E least presently, refuse to believe them, /u.ther Rabo.
I .- Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, has denied that
I | ia candidate attended any services there at an.
kut I have discovered as a result of this example of poor re-
M'-: that a prominent Miami Jew has joined nandsow,,ln(;.Ja,w<..
eadcrs in Georgia to support lb* white supremacy. states
^s candidate for President of the United Slates Thepress
h*i misrepresentation stemmed from the fact that hrj brougn:
W Russell to speak before the Center Men s oiud.
rould rigidly opoose any blanket accusation that the Georgia
is anti-Semitic. No proof of such an orientation on.Ml.part
-ought to the fore1: But his record as welI as the historv
late he reoresents. highlights a specific ant>; ""^ "
th, support of bis candidacy by Jews sms asto^undn.g twi>
is these Jews who have forgotten The Black Books Mooay
at. They are supporting nothing but their projected anni.iua
. Sacker Heads Miami Chapter, AJC
and Mrs. Joseph Fine will act as
toastmaster. In charge of pro-
gram arrangements is Mrs. Ben-
jamin Weiner. A dramatic skit by
Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz and vo-
cal selections by Mrs. Louis Falk
will be featured.
William Sacker, newly
w president of the Miami
|er. American Jewish Con-
I ^ ill be installed at 12 noon,
f day, May 28th, in the Col-
lestaurant, 3900 Coral Way.
foi Morris A. Skop will con-
e installation ceremonies.
The @ on the front of the label
of Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans
is the official seal of approval of
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* knisl fhridliinr
Szold Group
Installs Officers
f i i Jonas will install newly
ed officers nd Board
. rs f the Henrietta Szold Group
.- in >'ii \v a May
l' p m at the Sh re Club
H >tel
Mrs. Will:.;-. A will art
;.- hatrman M< Harold
M< Ini S tin, Freda
Starr are in chi
resen.:: "is.
0:fi( rs 1 re the
Mesdami V I Jonas pi sid :'-t:
Ed H r, Hai -
old Melruck. M< s Mi !
. : Louis Sh
ts; Lillian Danzinger,
I Jacobs,
-. :.
tai j. Ottil iv sen-
berg, corresponding secret ry:
N e King, so retary; wid
Alice Green, parlian e tariao.
Board of Directors arc the Mes-
- B Adelman, Elsie Alexan-
der. Isiibelle Altholtz, Helen Am-
lyn. Bessie Bauman. Ella Becker-
: Rose Chaves. Belle Cohen.
Mary Cohen. Sydelle Cohen.
Beaula Davis. Pauline DeKoven
Jtan Dir.norstein. Sarah Gold.
Esther Greenberg, Sarah Greer.-
berg, Gussie Hacker, Dora Kalish
and Lena Karg.
Tin Mesdames Vera Katz, Ros-
ahn Klein. Yetta Kogan. Ida
Lear, Janet Levenson. N ', V man, H Lloyd. Fr.m-
, ?>Iakovsky. Miriam Pn ss,
Jackii Roa n Do Mil-
Roi ': la S '' Rachel
S H. Sue". Irt. Stan
. Smith. Mollu s hulman.
Ai a W< and A:-.:'... W< iss
Ste| n S
I Henrietta S Id Hadas-
.pate in a
skit, win: y Mrs.
n
Hem tt S:
Shown at an Installation Banquet of the North Shore Lodge No.
1744. B'r.ai B'rith. he'd in the Sorrento Hotel. George S. Lerenson
> left) incoming president, accepts the gavel from Leo Sleinman
'right), outgoing president.
Hvvntw Miami
llmlassah Lists
Officer Slatv
Chapl
I
t the H :
list Wedi
N pre-
! slat
. Mrs Irwin
v, nsteir
Itz. Jos-
Shawmut, Bt Stevens,
and Irving W< iry vice
Milton Sirkin:
tarj Mrs
. : Egert in Mrs Max
tary, Mrs.
: Lai : lentar-
:.-.:.. ..'. Moses K ~ r
Kehoe Colls For
Experience In
Solicitor's Office
" W. Kehoe. ear.
: County Solicitor in the
appi ... ing May 27th Dem
. election, asked v I
' xamrne his record ar..i n >i
to listed bj imp< ssibli
I Iges,
In a st:^s of radio talk:. Ke-
lUt that th( n
onvii ti ms by the S I
the yi r 195!. and dui -
' i firsl tl '. i months 1952,
than 90 per

Ki
isi s ciui ing period and
; 10.152 I
he
The late, a vet
of six \
Solicit
i the Bubhe : -, m-
xperii n d man is ilected to
I '-: : .., it will requ
:> i to ti ain ..:. : ~..'.i a
qualified staff.
T: your child is sick, you call a
if :. light burrs out yOU
eail :. electrician," Keh t .-aid.
The same is true in selecting
your County Solicitor Y >u should
. man who has had cri i -
inal law training who knows t:.e
Engineers Piek
Officers Here'
The Miami Chapter. Florida
Society of Professional Engin-
;ecrs. will elect officers for 1952-
153 by a mail ballot, according
to an announcement by Jules P.
Channing, outgoing president.
New officers slated bv a nom-
inating committee are Leonard
\V. Cutter, president; Herbert S-
Saffir, vice president: and M. B.
Gill, -i ci < tary-trei surer.
Board of Directors includes Dr.
Palmer H. Cra'.s. F. D. R. Park,
hard L. Poor, J. Calvin Jureit
and Jules P. Chanr.ing. State di-
n ctor.
Nominating committee consists
of E. A. Andi rson, chairman, Carl
Si II atl I GeOI ge Ja.r.i-s.
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)AY, MAY 23, 1952
vJewlst FhrHian
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RANT STOCKDALE
ICANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 5 v
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: 824 Washington Avenue Phone 5-1373
|9 S. W. 8th St. 1470 N. W. 36th St. Phone 82-1584
2162 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-9786
>t only from the standpoint of outstanding qualification but also from the
|l-important standpoint of brotherhood, Grant Stockdale solicits your
>te and assistance for the office of County Commissioner on May 27.
Grant Stockdale, possibly
more than any other local
public office holder, has
proven himself to be a man
of tolerance and under-
standing of all peoples, re-
gardless of race, color or
creed. Evidence here on this
page is proof of these all im-
portant factors.
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picture with Cfcaim Weitzman was taken on his recent tour to Israel.
The story about the Unmask-
ing Bill are reproductions
from the local newspapers.
These two display positively his qual-
ification of courage for those causes
which he feels are right and in the pub-
lic interest. Anti-Klan Bill
Anti-Klan Bill
Stirs Threats,
Says Stockdale
Rep. Grant Stockdale told Mi-
ami Civitans Tuesday he had re-
ceived several anonymous threats
by telephone, warning him not
to continue efforts for passage
of a Klan unmasking bill.
The Miami legislator had tele-
graphed Gov. Fuller Warren only
Monday, urging him to include
consideration of such a bill in
his call for a special session of
the legislature.
Stockdale said the anonymous
callers told him to "leave this
thing alor.e or you*ll be sorry."
He said he had no intention of
dropping his efforts, however in
behalf of the bill which he end
Sen. Walter G. Walker of D -
' tona Beach sponsored at the reg-
ular session but were unable to
bring up for a vote.
The weekend cavalcade of
Klansmen through Grovelard
and mob violence thare against
Negroes proves the need for
the bill. Stockdale asserted.
"Trial by jury is fundamental
to our way of life," he declared.
"No groupthe Ku Klux Klan
or anyone elsehas the right t;>
take the law into its own hands."
The legislator said all such in-
cidents handicapped "our effi rts
to sell the American way of life
to other countries."
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Pk:
ture of Grant Stockdale standing before *J*J5
nstitute was taken at Rehovath. home of Dr. Weium*
Ind the world-famous Weitzman Institute
Grant Stockdale, through honorable
experience, as a governmental offic-
ial both at the Federal level and at the
State level can and will do more for
all the people of District 5 and Dade
County than his opposition. Grant
Stockdale will devote full time to the
office of County Commissioner. This
is a very important qualification in
this particular race. For these good
and sound reasons, Grant Stockdale
earnestly solicits your vote and sup-
port next Tuesday, May 27
Consideration
Is Ruled Out
i Herald Service)
WAKULLA SPRINGS it ap-
p an d Sunday the forthcoming
special legislative sessi m will
not get around to the anti-Ku
Klux Klan measure.
Gov. Fuller Warren told Dade
Rep. Grant Stockdale that the
"unmasking" measure proposed
by the MiamianHouse Bill 666
will not be considered "unless
the critical state financial situ-
ation is eased."
Stockdale said Warren "read-
ily agreed there is urgent need
for such legislation, particularly
since the recent outbursts of mob
violence in certain sections of
the state."
But to request action on the
proposal. Warren told the legis-
lator, "would open- the door to
every one of the hundreds of
bills" which did not come up for
vote in the past session."
nstiiute was taken at Hehovaxn, nome r
nd the world-famous Weitzman Institute.
Elect GRANT STOCKDALE Everybody's County Commissioner
PULL LEVER 10-A
(Pel. Pol. Adv.)



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FRIDAY,
MAY 5
,
"V.-iiim" Zukernic'k
Chairman. Hist.
Welfare Board
Harry Zukernick. Miami Beach
Attorney, was re-elected chair-
man of the District Welfare
Board at its meeting last week.
Jack Horsley, insurance broker,
was re-elected vice chairman.
Zukernick has served as a
chairman of the Board for the
Harry Zukernick
last year and has
ol the Board since 1947. having
n appoint) lb; Go\ernor
Jillard Caldwell.
He is alsi i presid< tit i i the Mi-
. mi Beat h Ha. A ati m, has
served as l pr< ent of Mi-
B< ach B'nai B'i iih i
Bea i.''. i.< and us
st president er YM
and WHA of Mian B h He is
a trustei Ten pe Beth Sholom
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ENDORSED!
The following friends
of
E. R. "Bob" Lewis
earnestly recommend
his election on
Tuesday, May 27
SIDNEY PALMER
ISADORE SCHWARTZ
JOEL ZALIS
ALBERT ZISMAN
ALFRED PERL
HARRY PEARL
SAM FUTERf AS
E. R. "BOB"
LEWIS
Constable
District 2
Precint: 44-66
iiM. Pol. Adv.)
Beth Barid Men
Install Officers
Newly elected officers and di-
rectors of the Beth David Men's
Club. Sisterhood and PTA will
be installed at a Joint Iinstalla-
Ition Banquet on Sunday evening.
!Mav 25th. 7 p.m.. in the Delano
I Hotel.
President of the Men's Club is
Morris Rabinowitz. who succeeds
Philip Abrams.
Other ofMcers of the Men's
Club to be installed are Philip
Schiff. vice presidert; Irving Ro-
sen, treasurer; and Leonard Spie-
gel, secretary.
Board of Directors are Philip
Abrams. Murray Baum. Melvin
Crane. Harry Diamond. Max Ja-
cobson. Murrav Kossman. Dr.
Roy Mack. Samuel Matloff. Mor-
ton L. Perry, Akiba L. Plager.
Edward Safer. Aaron Wcinkle
and Jules Weiss.
Hialeah Bar Mitzvah
Boys Breakfast Sunday
Services will be conducted by
the Hialeah-Miami Springs Bar
Mitzvah Boys or Sunday morn-
ing. May 25th. at 9 a.m., with
Leo Heim, spiritual leader, of-
\ rei kfast will be
tendered them by the Religious
ittee of the Center._____
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Andron's Loon
Lake Site Of
Youth Conclave
Adron's Loon Lake Hotel, lo-
cated in upper Loon Lake, Frank-
lin County, New York, will be
the scene of a young people's con-
vention and weekend party in
' which many organizations and
i young folks' leagues from Mon-
| treal and other parts of Canada,
I as well as from mid-Manhattan,
New York and Key cities
l throughout United States will
i participate.
The Youth Festival is scheduled
J to commence on June 27th. but
a number of young people will
| arrive on June 2Cth, it has been
| reported.
The convention, with its accent
i on events, activities and contests
for young people, is not limited
I to members of participating or-
ganizations but will welcome
friends, former guests and those i
who wish to join in the festival.
Some 400 persons are scheduled !
to attend.
As part of the program, the '
convention will feature tourna-
ments, exhibitions. contests.
matches, a gala cocktail party.
and special entertainment will I
include headline stars from the |
stage and screen.
New Confirmation Class
First Confirmation Service of
the North Shore Jewish Center
will be held on Saturday morn-
ing, May 31st. Th r
Class consists $*<&
daughter of Mr ?rol
Fuchs, and SheL tV
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Nat Gans Attends
Conference In Asheville
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans laft
Monday to attcrd the Presidents*
Club Conference, held at SrWel
Park Inn Asheville, North Caro-!
lina.
ak a cuts' 5th cons
annual invitation awa
him by the Meti ooolitan Life I
Insurance Company for top pro-'
due] on pi a in each
territory.
Their son, Sheldon, a Junior at
the Univi i ty of Florida, will
join them later to spend 3 weeks
in Boston, Massachusetts. T ey
will return home on -June 16th."
I'luqlvv-iivaiititUi
Joseph Masters ar.d Robert
Tauber, co-chairmen of the Bond
Committee, JTlagler Granada
Jewish Community Center, an-
nour.ee tr.at Sunday. May 25th,
will be Bond Dav for all mem-
bers of the Ctfrter.
Workers will launch a door-to-
door campaign in an effort to
on plete the second half of the
?20.000 drive. Bonds are is the
FloatH Kond
i denominations of $25 to SI.000.
Funds from the issue will be
used to complete the present au-
ditorium, five classrooms, bath-
rooms, kitchen and the landscap-
i
At a recent building commit-
tee meeting, Sidney Raskin.
chairman, announced that -
will be t iken to completi the in-
side of the auditorium as > i n as
ible.

ng Ihe program for the 14th Annual Meeiinq of th? Greater
Jewish Federation on Wednesday. May 28th. rre lsft to
[Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. Mrs. Harold Spc :-i and Mrs. Louis
r, chairman. The dinner affair, to be held at the Masonic
rill feature an addrers by Dr. Jorge Garcia-Grar.edos, Guat-
Jiplomat in the UN. recently returned from Israel.
imus Calls
issments Fair
inordinately proud of
it." declared J. N. "Newt"
is, Uade County tax as-
B group of home
every single case
^quality of assessment
against me in this
based either on
inn of [acts or misrepre-
faius, in his speech, claim-
finfallibility and admitted
"human error" might
the records, in view
that the tax assessor
Bndreds of thousands of
|ies to keep his eye on.
curiously." continued
[is. "with all the heavily
investigation, no one
in dig up a single error.
L
Take, for instance, the latest re-
marks: "It is claimed that we
assessed in 1951 property at
ST0.000, which sold for over S300,-
000, ar.d a trailer uark at less
than $10,000 which sold for over
SI00,000. All very true. The only
fake thing about these figures is
that it was not mentioned that
bi twee the last assessment and
the sale of the properties, hun-
dreds of thousands o! dollars
worth of improvements have been
completed, which, of course,
would show in the 1952 assess-
ments."
Lummus also pointed out that
the tax assessors's office has been
repeatedly accused of high as-
sessments, yet not a single case
has been prosecuted aga'nst the
tax assessor in the courts since
the end of the war. and r.ot a
single case lost in court in the
last 15 years.
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FRIDAY.
Young Zionists
Convene Today
Some fifty Young Zionists from
South Florida in the ranks of
Junior Hadassah. IZFA and the
Young Zior.ist District will gather
today at the Alhambra Hotel in
West Palm Beach to begin a three
day Conclave, announced Sy
Friedman, director of the Florida
Office. Southern Zionist Youth
Commission.
The weekend will open with
Late Friday night services at
TemDle Israel followed by an
Ontg Shabbat. Saturday, discus-
sions will be held on The Chal-
lenge Facing The Young Amer-
ican Jewish Adult. What Is The
Jewish Religion and Israel Today.
Discussion leaders will be Elaine
Sachs, Dave Goodwin and Gil
Rappaport.
Saturdav afternoon, an Or.eg
SI bbat will be held at the beach
which will consist of Israeli sing-
: l and dancing, games and
swimming. Saturday evening, a
dramatic workshop will be held
to be followed by square dancing.
Sunday workshop shops will be
MAY
B'nai B'rith Council
Extends Veterans
Program Here
Another milestone in the his-
tory of the South Florida B'nai
B'rith Council has been added |
with the promotion of a weekly '
programmed visit to the B'nai
B'rith Room at the Veterans' j
Hospital, Coral Gables, it was
announced here.
Ten Lodges in the South Flor-
ida area have expanded their ac-
tivities for entertaining the pa- I
tients each Thursday evening on
a program set up for a minimum I
of 6 months in advance.
Under the presidency of Sidney 1
Aronovitz, the Council includes
Coral Gables, Tropical, North
Shore, Isaac Levin, Hollywood, j
Flamingo, Fort Lauderdale, Hur-
ricane, Sholom and Miami Beach
Lodges.
Coordinating chairman of the
.|
Veterans Co^T^I
Steinman. Assisting i a? I
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Formsr Nazi victims Helen Roserbaum (left) and her mother.
Mrs. Ester Rosenbaum. are greeted at Miami airport by John S.
Baber Iright) and Max Thurston. brother of Mrs. Rosenbsum.
After the war. Baber located the Rosenbaums in e Displaced
Persons Camp in Germany and helped them get to this country.
"Our family will be eternally grateful to Mr. Baber for his im-
measurable help in locating us and assisting us to get to the United
States." declared Mrs. Rosenbaum. who will spend the week here
speaking in behalf of Baber's campaign for re-election to the Con-
stable's post he resigned in 1942. when he volunteered for mili-
tary service. The candidate was a public safety officer in Ger-
many when he begen the search for th Rosenbaums.
Members of youth groups here
planning for thsir meeting in
West Palm Beach today. Bot-
tom row 'left to right) are
Chrma Cohsn. Betty Appel
end Dave Goodwin. Rear are
Lee Ws'.ters. Mrs. Roslyn Salt*.
E-rl Lowenstein and Florence
Spitzer.
|
rts In
t:.-- aft
of a
ible discussion with Sy
::;. .:. as mi al r I"h
weekend will close with dinner
: ittee in chargi if ar-
Gil Rjppaport.
S hwartman, Dave Good-
win, Jo Ann Shier. Phyllis G
E *rei stein, Lee Wal-
ters, Mil ~: "d Sy
I edmai
Zionist You Hi List
Appointments to the Executive I
Committee of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission have
been announced by Harry J
Son?, chairman.
They include: Mrs. H. C. Mos-
er, You g Judaea chairman: Joe
Pardo. Young Judaea leaders:
Mrs, D Cravitt, Senior Hadas-
sah chairman; Julius R enstein,
ial chairman: Rabbi Moses
Mescl fl ti
Ainu:.: Scher, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Gerald Snltz. record-
: tary; Mrs. Seymour B-
Leibman. camp scholarship com-
mittee: Mrs. B. Miller, camp
committee: Seymour B. Leibman.
titution; and Daniel Cravitt,
IZFA chairman.
The next regular meeting of
the Youth Commission will be
held on June 3rd. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education Building.
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FRIDAY. MAY 23, 1952
North Shore Center
Maps Campaign For
Building Bond Issue
Jack Klinger and Councilman
Eugene Schwarz, of Surfside.
have been named co-chairmen of
th" Bond Promotion Committee,
|t was announced today by Syd-
nev C Lyons, chairman of the
Bund Finance Committee which
is supervising floatation of the
$75,000 issue for building the
North Shore Jewish Center at
75th Street and Dickens Avenue,
Miami Beach.
To implement the sale of bonds
so that construction can begin im-
mediately, Klinger and Schwarz
have appointed subcommittees,
including Frank Schneider, Pro-
Melvin Pazol, Publicity;
Seymour Liebman and Sol Co-
hen. Special Gifts; Jerry Suss-
m.->" and B. I. Binder. Hotels; Sam
Solloway and Sam Feldman, Mer-
A. L. Mechlowitz, Attor-
neys; Dr. Bernard Stern, Physi-
and Dr. Arthur Rose, Den-
tists.
Area subcommittees were also
, p to contact residents of the
Nurth Beach Community. These
le Ted Nelson, Jacob May-
. and Louis Mendelsohn, Bay
Harbor; William Grcenside, Jack
Pritt and Joe Kahn, Surfside;
. Neross, Sol Weiss, Dr.
David Hendel and Len Zigman,
N rth Beach; Mrs. Jay Neross
Mrs, Lill Rosenblatt, Bis-
Point; Abe Weintjaub, Abe
S off, Err.ar.uel Leibowitz,
c! Margolies and Dan Wag-
ner, Biscayne Beach; Harold
G nspan, Louis Cohen, Frank
Cohen, Dr. Sumner Cohen and
Bertha Cowan, Normandy
Isle; Morris Ftnster. Morris
Black and Judge Al Saperstein,
Normandy Shores; and Abe Jay,
Ti asurer Island.
A report meeting and social af-
fair will be held Sunday night.
Ma) 25th. at the Center.' Two free
I "- to Havana, with all ex-
es paid, will be awarded the
: -elling the highest num-
[ber "f Minds. This is aeing don-
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joimpn *S*^dv ins
flabbl Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Miami Beach
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Beach Chapter
Has Luncboon
hSSTw Bcachu 9haPter. B'nai
tion i^!"n' hc,ld an J'stalla-
tion luncheon in the Saxony Ho-
le Is Pagoda Room last Tuesday
afternoon. '
Officers installed were: the
Mesdames Ben Lebow, president;
Sam Pollack, vice president;
Dave Alper, vice president; Sam
Nudelman, vice president; Helen
Sarders, recording fcefetary; M.
Weltman, financial secretary;
Jack Silverman, aaasponding
secretary; Evelyn Deck, assistant
corresponding secretary; D. Ab-
ramowitz, social secretary.
The Mesdames Max Schwartz,
treasurer; Benjamin Rimer, guar-
dian; David Denner,- sentinel;
ar.d%4ilton Weinkle, counselor.
Trustees are the Mesdames
Harold Turk, Ann Satin, Ida
Optner, Carl Weinkle and Harry
Kaufman. Honorary trustee is
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom.
Roosevelt Chapter Party
A beach party was held by
members of the Eleanor Rosse-
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en, last Saturday evening, ac-
cording to Mrs. Charles Freefield.
Mrs. Stanley Falke and Mrs. Joe
Golden were in charge of ar-
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Hosing Exvrrinv
Sunday morning witnessed the
rig Ex< :ises of the Beth
David Sunday School for the
. ar 1951 -52 s n e IS Awards
Honor and no Certificates
i to stu li 'its (or
hievement during
sen I j
Special Awards of Hon r wen
Annette I' S n
b S' hn d i;. Adi S I
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i. and Mrs. Harry
- s'then pn lented a Si i ol
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includi 1. ster C I en, Al-
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: Bat! and Robert S
P 33 stu : the school
i Certific I Bar
Home Owners To Vote On
Sewag<
Disposal Bond In May 27th Runoff
On May 27th. Miami property dysentery or diarrhea I
abstraction. It's a real >.
owners will be asked to approve
a $16,000,000 bond issue for con-
struction of a sewage disposal
n to bah a Bay polution
which is becon ii g an Increasing-
ly serious hazard to the city's
health and economy.
Pollution oi Biscayne Bav has
reached a point which is now
considered acute, and it is
ent danger
SLsflS
ty Medical .wiate.P^C>n
arerl'l
handle
The
enough faciliUesTJ
He an epidemic.'* e ,0
underwater pre
a Isewage treatment -'-"a Kt-'-a
Biacaye B y t i Vi
situation which can't get any- j fly'a K thing but worse" Dr. T. E. Cato. Iau s '''' r 4,500 feel ,,ut i: ,
Seymoui B. Liebman, chairman of the Counc-1 of Organualions.
Greater Miami ComrnitUe lor State ot Israel Bonds, congratulates
Mrs. Rose Perles on her installation last Sunday r.ight as president
of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women. Mrs. Pertss is now serving her
fourth straight term as head of the Chapter and has i.-cently teen
named ticket chairman for Moshe Sharelt Day in Greater Miami
for the Miami-Coral Gables area. The installation was held at
Congregation Beth El. _____^____________
county health officer, ta'.:!. while
explaining that the danger of
pidemic Is i onatantly
present.
"Large numbers Of tourists
come here specifically for water
sp irta. The western shore of Bis-
Bay, from 79th Street toi
Rickenbacker Causeway, already
irbidden to swimmers and
wati r skiers because the water i
has reached a toxic stage of pol-
lution." he acMed.
A home owners committee for I
age disposal lias indicated i
thai the cumulative seriouso
ot such a situation was illustrat- i
ed by a Stati D partmenf of Pub-1
lie Health survey made in 1949. j
which showed an alarming in-
crease of pollution over that re-
ported in a survey made in 1951.
Dr. Cato said. "The danger of
idemic of typhoid, cholera.
P'ant on Vir-
it
">" plani
out-
to the
pot be paid :
tion. but froi ?*
i B '"00 will
be used b -, V
terceptor sew : *
stations. Novx.1 Jj
e it i
al ta
Maurice C S
engmeerii planning Z
*l '',: V "ld> v ethingtw
VmM me a io;
time ago. It's I ml stic that !
city of this si/ should have --
disposi
George N. Shaw, Finance di-
rector for the city, sti I
the voters havi I
the cost of thi jtfte
inevitable economic
ting the bay p n continue
and the cost of th
gainst the ravagi
dysentery or cho! :
vc no
Mit/vah during thi exercises, Sunday School Choral Group un-
Htg light of the program was der the direction of Mrs. Jack
a pres ntal n I \ students of the Donnerstag,
K 4* v p
s o x x y
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HENDERSON!
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flu \AT ROTH
First of all. I like BRAILEY ODHAM
because he thinks for himself speaks
for himself and talks directly to ihe
people without any political hemming'
Or hawing'."
"Brailey strikes me as being ore of the
:i ost sincere men I've ever met. H:s
honesty and integrity are absolutely
above reproach. Even in the heat of
political campaigning, he does not stoop
to capitalize on 'manufactured' trickery
... as his opposition is doing.''
"Because Brailey does stick to the issues
as he tees them because he does
bring the issues out in the opsn for all
the people to examine and take apart
. I've made up my mind BruiKy's the
man for me."
BRAILEY ODHAM has said time and
time again that he does not want any
part of "special interests" and. I'm
for him for that. BRAILEY ODHAM
has also said that he is going to return
the government of the State of Florida
to the people and I'm for him for
that. too. BRAILEY ODHAM has said
. that when the people of Florid.,
him Governor he will start kicking out
all the "fat" grafters ... and that sui
rrre down to a -T'."
"Sure. I'm voting for BRAILEY
ODHAM because for once I WANT
TO BE PROUD OF THE GOVERNOR
OF MY STATE! I want to cast my <;ne
vote for a MAN instead of a "">
toasty" figurehead who wants to
Governor' simply as a sop to his own
ego!"
Sinverelu.
NAT ROTH
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FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1952
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View Aspects Of Religion
PAGE a a
Rabbi Honig Views
Understanding Of Bible
Friday evening services of the
Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood, 2030 Polk Street, will
be at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jacob
Honig officiating. Cantor Mor-
I dechi Haalman will chant the
liturgy.
Subject of a sermon to be de-
I livered by Rabbi Honig is sched-
uled as: Toward An Understand-
ing Of The Bible. Mrs. Hattie
Wagner will be guest soloist.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services are sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m. Daily services
I are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Sachs Discusses Weekly
Portion At Israelite Center
Friday evening services of the
1 Israelite Center, 3198 SW 24th
[Terrace, will be 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
[scheduled for 9 a.m., with Rabbi
[Abraham Sachs discussing The
|\\. ekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
followed bv Shalos Seudos. Daily
es are at 8 a.m., and at 6
fc-m. _________________
Jewish War Veterans
[Participate In Beach Service
Late Friday evening services of
It lie Miami Beach Jewish Center,
IlTul W-Islington Avenue, will be
\i\ :; i" p.m.
I of a sermon to be de-
) i Rabbi Irving Lehrman
duled us: Dream Of Ameri-
ca A Tribute. Cantor David
gilvcrman will chant the liturgy,
I 1 by the Center Choir un-
i;. the direction of Robert
Strassl urg.
I". service will be dedicated
Jewish War Veterans. Daniel
leal Hi Her, Miami Beach Post
330, JWV, will participate.
Saturday morning services will
at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Lchr-
nan will discuss the Weekly
portion.
A class in Bible is scheduled
|0r 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
in the
Cantor Kelemer Assists Rabbi
April At Miami Congregation
Friday evening services of the
Miami. Hebrew School and Con-
SStt llSl SW 12th Avenue,
will be at 6:30 p.m.
H..^abQi.SiJlon April wiU con-
-. l2.Sa!urday-. morning services'Abraham M. Cassel will officiate,
Kneseth Israel Congregation
i^cnestth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach, will hold Friday evening
services at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
at. 8:.30. a;m- His sermon topic 11
scheduled as: A Voice In the
Wilderness. Cantor Berele Kele-
mer will chant the liturgy.
North Shore Jewish Center
The North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, Dickens Avenue and 75th
Street, will hold late Friday ev-
ening services at 8:15 p.m.
The Rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Law, and Cantor
Leo Urhch will chant during
Saturday morning services which
begin at 8:45 a.m. Junior Congre-
gation services are scheduled for
11.15 a.m.
Install New Officers At
Temple Israel Service Tonight
The Larger Vision, will be the
subject of the sermon to be deliv-
ered bv Dr. Joseph R. Narot at
8:15 p.m.. during Friday evening
services of Temple Israel, 137 NE
19th Street.
Newly elected Congregational
Officers and Board Members will
be installed at that time. A spec-
ial 30th Anniversary ritual will
be read in honor of the Temple's
founding.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
The Hialeah Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:30 p.m..
with Philip Begun officiating.
Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant
the liturgy. An Oncg Shabbat
will follow.
assisted by Cantor Abraham Seif.
A class in Jewish Ethics will be ,
held at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m.. followed
by a Sabbath Social Hour.
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue.
4001 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach,
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:30 p.m. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for 9
a.m.
Hebrew Academy Has Oneg
Shabbat For Children
Friday evening services of the !
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th i
Street, will be at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m., and will
be conducted by Rabbi Alexand-
er Gross.
An Oneg Shabbat for children
Will be held at 3:30 p.m., featur-
ing storytelling, singing and Is-
raeli folk dancing.
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos.
Of
Harold Miller Bar Mitzvah
At Beth Sholem Service
Religion The Reservoir
Optimism, will be the subject of a
sermon to be delivered by Rabbi
Leon Kronish during Friday ev-
ening services of Temple Beth
Sholom, Chase Avenue and 41st
Street, at 8:15 p.m.
Officers and directors of the
Sisterhood will be installed dur-
ing the service. An Oneg Shab-
Rabbi Waxman Conducts Late bat will follow.
Saturday morning services will
Student Choir Assists Rabbi
Shapiro At Beth David Service
Late Friday Evening Services
of the Beth David Congregation,
2625 SW 3rd Avenue, will be
conducted at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will of-
ficiate, assisted bv the Beth Dav-
id Student Choir under the di-
rection of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
The Rabbi will discuss the theme:
Of Permanent Value. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow, with Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Kaufman as
hosts.
Floral offerings will be pre-
sented by Mr. and Mrs. Elix
Hinkes and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Siegel in honor of their anniver-
saries.
On Saturday morning, services
will be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the Portion of
the Law.
Mincha Services are at 5:45
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos,
sponsored by Mr. A. J. Beer.
Loyal Banner Of Israel
Viewed By Rabbi Isaac Ever
Ahavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m., with Rabbi
Isaac Ever discussing: The Loyal
Banner Of Israel. Cantor Aarele
Bloom will chant the liturgy.
At 5:30 p.m., Rabbi Ever will
lecture on Th< Sayings Of The
Fathers. Mincha will be at 6:15
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Maariv will conclude the Sab-
bath.
Service At West Miami Center
Early Friday services of the
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
SW 17th Street, will be held at
eudos. Daily services arc ... iK..,n
it 8 a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. jj ^mo* will take place at
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred
Waxman officiating. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9 a.m.
Late Saturday afternoon serv-
ices start at 5 p.m. Rabbi Wax-
man will continue ris talks on
Ethics of the Fathers.________
)owntown Synagogue
Friday evening services of the
D i-ntown Synagogue. 135 NW
|rd Avenue, will be at 6:30 p.m.
S lay morning services are
lied for 8:30 a.m. Daily
are at 8 a.m., and at 6
l.m.
be at 10:15 a.m. The Bar Mitz-
vah of Harold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Miller, will take
place at that time. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the mus-
ical portions at all services.
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-1
ter. 6500 North Miami Avenue,
will hold Saturday morning
services at 9 a.m. Reverend j
George Goldberg will officiate
and interpret the Weekly Por- ;
tton.
Martin Marger To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Gables Center
Friday evening services of the
Coral Cables Jewish Center. 320
Palermo Avenue, will be at 8:15
p.m.
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Marger. will become Bar
Mitzvah at that time. Cantor
Irving Robinson and organist
Stephen Kcssler will direct the
congregational singing. An Oneg
Shabbat with the Marger family
as hosts will follow.
Subject of the Rabbi's sermon
is: In The Wilderness Of Life.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9:45 a.m.
Shalos Seudos Concludes
Sabbath At Beth El
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices of Congregation Beth El, 50O
SW 17th Avenue, at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m., with the Rabbi
discussing: Crisis And Decision.
Cantor Jacob Tambor will chant
the liturgy.
A class in Talmud is scheduled
for 5:30 p.m. Mincha will be at
6:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.
Elliot Bass To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Beth Jacob
Friday evening services of thcr
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Avenue, will be
at 6:45 p.m. ,,
Saturday morning services are-
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. The Bar
Mitzvah of Elliot, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Bass, will take place
at that time. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will address the confir-
mand.
Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Host
will be Reverend S. J. Freedman-
Rabbi Mcscheloff will preach on
the Weekly Portion.
Oneg Shabbat Follows Service:
At Zamora Jewish Center
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora Avenue. Coral Gables, will
hold regular services tonight at
8:30 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf
E. Brill officiating. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow.
Junior services will precede the
regular services Saturday at 9
a.m. Mincha is scheduled for 5:15
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos..
Rabbi Rackovsky Speaks Orr
Portion Of Week Tomorrow
Friday evening services of
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid Avenue, will be held at
6:30 p.m.
Services for Saturday morning
will be at 8:30 a.m. During the
morning service, Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky will speak on the-
Portion of the Week.
At 5 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky
will speak on Ethics Of Our Fath-
ers. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter. 13630 West Dixie Highway,
will hold services Friday evening
at 8:15 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Saturday morning services of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center. 50 NW 51st Place,
will be held at 9 a.m. Yizkor i?
scheduled for 10 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m.
Jeth David Picnic
I Park. Arrangements have been
made for a motorcade to form at
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I would sincerely appreciate you all joining"
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vote for
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I feel that MRS. HARDISON, because of her past
experience and knowledge of District Three,
and with the aid of competent deputies, will do
a splendid public service job for the next four
years.
Thanks again and God bless you all for your
labors in my behalf.
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Beth David To
Confirm Students
Confirmation Exercises for the
Beth David Sunday School will
be held Thursday evening. May
29th, at S p.m.
Tw nty students will receive
Certificates of Confirmation at
that time. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the services, assisted
1 v Cantor Maurice Mamches and
the Beth David Student Choir.
Bibles will be presented bv the
:hood to each Conformant.
Confirmants will then present
the Cai tata. Our Heritage, under
the direction of Mrs. Alexander
Stiebel. Musical arrangements
and accompaniment are by Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag and coordinated >
by Jerome B. Gordon, education- I
[in toi A reception honoring
the Confirmants will follow in
the Synagogue.
Confirmants include Myron
Abramowitz, Annette Dock Buan.
Harold A. Eisner. Leon Golden-
blank. Phyllis Barbara Kauffman. |
Janet Faye Lazarus. Helen Har-
riet Liss. Marsha Audrey Marin-
off. Barbara Kay Marks. Edmund
Ira Parnes. Louis Ral in, Jerome ;
Harold Rosen. Marshall S. Sap.'.
Adele Frances Siegel. Frances
Ann Spector, Joyce Ellen Spec- |
rnr, Margaret Spcig.l. Richard,
Hugh Sussman, JoseDh Bennett
Waishaw and Lita Ann Weiss.
Mrs. Man-us To
Head ,V2 iiroup
Auxiliary Here
New officers oi the Worm n's
Auxiliary. "'- Association oi Mi-
a i i Beach, wen' installed at a
dinner d; [ht on the
R : i; lei I < Atlanti H
,n Schoenft Id. out-
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ling Mrs. Scl enfeld as
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Camp Yohola
To Open Here
Gus Jacobson anrounced this
week that the immediate re-
sponse to the newly created Camp
Yohola assures capacity i
ment for the entire summer
period.
"Camp Yohola prov -
'and overnight camping for child-
ren five through twelve years
age on the luxurious premise
the Saxon Motel. 301 NE 62nd
Street. Miami." Jacobson said. "A
swimming |
panneled, air-conditioned private
club rooms for each group and a
fully equipped playground fea-
iture the physical camp setting.
C oked meals will be served
Idailv as well as afternoon
snacks."
The individual camper will be
the prime concern of Camp Yo-
hola. and the size of the group
will be limited to assure maxi-
mum attention to each camper.
The counsellor staff, selected not
alone for their skills but also .
cause of their understanding of
children, will provide care for
children and will assure a
varied enjoyable program. Yo-
hola's activities will include fine
arts, athletics, dancing, dran atics.
nature lore, music, individual
swimming instruction and sail-
boatinu. The camp slogan is: Fun
And Plav The Healthy Way.
Special feature will be tutoring
for children requiring the serv-
ice.
Jacobson. who is director of
Camp Y hi la. was executive di-
rector of the former Beach YMHA
and Greati r Miami Jewish Ci n-
ters Associal on, Inforn I
about Camp Yohola may be ob-
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all day Saturday a d
Sunday.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ci FVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149816-H
,nfcARAH LEVIN. __
Free I >ealership
APPLICATION TO BECOME
FREE DEALER
to: SAMUEL LEVIN
: i ( llalrmont Street
Detroit, Michigan
yu ire hereby notified thai the
i 'ation to Become a Free Dealer
Hied by SAKAII LEVIN
Wljl be brought on for final hearing
tin Honorable Joe N. Morris,
: the Judges of the above en-
Court in hi* Chambers at the
i .... Miami, Undo I'minli,
i ..ii Thursday, May 29, 1952,
.i in. o'clock.
l.oXE AND ORDERED at Miami,
I i, this 18th day of May. 1952.
E, Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I lade Count v. Florida
By w.M. w. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
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THE CIRCUIT COURT DF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR-DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 14988*.
NIEL CAMING. Plaintiff
\ s.
IIM.EY CAMINO, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SHIRLEY CAMINO,
:, Brooks Lane.
Baltimore, Maryland.
.. are required to nerve a copy
h,- Answer to the Hill of Complaint
i the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
X KOTHENBERO, 420 Lincoln
nl, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
original in the office of the Clerk
the Circuit Court on or before
12, 195J; otherwise, said Dill
I., taken as confessed by you.
>ated tills 12th day of May, A.I).
H. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
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I
By H. H. HICK, JR.
IVputy Clerk
10 6/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 136873- B
EXCHANGE BUFFET, INC.,
. ot poratlon, Plaintiff,
EXCHANGE PROPERTIES, INC.
.....poratlon, and
i. Tl Illy mim. Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
and by virtue of, and pursuant
t cei tain Inal I tstci ee of fore-
sale made and 11 ndered
i rable Marshall C. Wise-
ui the Judges of the above
ourt. In that certain cause
iii pending wherein EXCHANGE
Ill'FFBT, inc.. a Florida corporation,
ntiff, and EXCHANGE PROP-
ERTIES, INC., a Florida corporation,
kitty BLOOM, are defendants,
iderslgned as Special Master ap-
i hv said decree, will offer for
nnd sell to the highest bidder for
before the south front door of
thi Courthouse in the County of Dade,
Cits of Miami, and State of Florida,
"ii the 2nd day of June, 1952, the
iiiK a legal sales day and
the legal hours of stile, the
Ing described property, situate,
mil being in the County of
i ..rii state of Florida, to-wfts
All of the restaurant equip -
.....nt and kitchen equipment
contained in the premises
known as numbers 810 N. E.
Second Street and" 912 N. B.
Second Street, in Miami. Dade
County, Florida, Including the
following rest a u r a u t and
kit.Ii.n equipment, to-wlt:
ii signs
ling Fan
I Mauley Knight soda fountain. 12'
in i horsepower compressor
Stainless steel refrigerated salad-
sandwich unit with '4 horsepower
pressor complete
ntmahter toasters
I'nlversal waffle machine
Mosley safe
- foot stainless steel lunch
inter
Chromium leather upholstered
stools
II h or mica tallies and plastic uphol-
i .i lounge l.....iii.~. S*........ worth
mirrors, willed and back bar
da fountain'
Stainless steel service counter and
stainless steel walled shelves
Sl.lillless sleel utouill tilblc
Garland range
0 Fi viator
Garland Broiler
Wood worktop tahle ''
' McCary Refrigerator, 16 cubic feet
with l horsepower compressor
I'nlversal dishwashing machine
Mi.i-i metal sink, drainhnards
1 Walk-in refrigerator box 6x6
Kitchen hood
Blower fan
Chopper and mixer sr,r.40
National cash register #41 776 40
l Malted milk machine Hamilton
Beach ft33 _
Slicing machine (Hobart) #2,69
j Meat block
Garbage cans ,
Large hanging scale
Large standing fans 26", 3 blade
1 'ake stainless steel stands
^_ Pie show cases
Napkin dispensers
"> lamina split holders and sundaies
J 'Twin stainless steel coffee urn
; Dish pans for dirty dishes
'"ning cabinets
Dishes ami silverware, pots, pans
and ail other miscellaneous equip-
ment pertaining to a restaurant
Hot water boiler In basement.
together with the leas.' of the
hi a and restaurant premises st
bove addresses, which lease is
nil assigned to the Mortgagee
further security hereunder, ana
together with all operational llcens-
mil the good will and trade
name of the reataurant known and
ited as the Exchange Buffet
Coffee Shop;
together with all and singular the
"tits, hereditaments and appur-
tenances thereto belonging or in any-
I ppertalnlng.
I'ated this 6th dav of May. 19;>2.
LOUIS J. HAMEL
,. Special Master
AKONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
6/9-lB-n.nn
LEGAL NOTICE
im TMT'Sf;r,BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thp
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
., ..... No. 149794
' i-im-..i:i, ii WARK| piamtlff,
JACQI Ki.lNi: m. MARK,
BILL OF COMPLAINT""'
FOR DIVORCE
I": JAI QUELLNH \l MARK
ll.. Matlson Hill Road
v..,*""",'. ','is'":,i"">. Connecticut
VO JACQUELINE M. MARK
are hereby notified that a Bill o(
' omplalnt for Divorce has been filed
gainst yon, and you are req iln tl to
serve a cop) of youi Answer or I'lci I
Kg ,",'.,,."' PJ" "r Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorneys, l>ri>zi\u a
MIGOSKI, G351 Blscayne liK.i Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
;Vhs,m'' ,'"' .pleJldln.? in "....."'<' ><
thh t lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 9th day of June, 1952 II
you fail to do bo, Judgment by default
will be taken against voti for the
relief demanded In the Hill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins Bth day of May, A.D.
19s2,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County,' Florida.
By w.M. w BTOCKINO,
. ,. 'eputy Clerk
5/16-23-3) 6/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name ot
LeBON 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
Role Owner
BERT SAOER
Attorney for Applicant
Sill ISiscayne Building
Miami. Florida
6/16-2J-SQ 6/6
NOTICE UNDb-.l FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NASH APARTMENTS, at 1040 I'.is-
cayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NASH KI'SS
SYDNEY AI'LER
K" IVNER & M VNNHE1MER
Attorneys for Xash Apartments
" 16-23-3 I 8/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name
HORSESHOE RESTAURANT, at B743
8. W. Rth Street, Miami. Ha., intends
to reglsti said name with the I '.
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALICE TAVI.nK
STEPHEN F. KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
5 16-23-3 i '> 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KAYVl'i: JEWELERS, at 642 Mich-
igan Avenue. Miami Beach. Intends
to register sain name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
SEYMOUR TENZER
Sole Owner
3/9-16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14960C
EMILY WELIKY. Plaintiff
FRED F. wki.iky. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FRED P. WKI.IKY.
6733 Huron Avenue,
II.mini.....I, Indiana.
You are required t" si rve a cop]
the Answer to the Bill of Con
upon the plaintiff's attorney, M< >R-
TON ROTHBXBBRG. 420 I.
Road, Miami Beai h, Florida, and file
original In the office of the < lerk ol
the Circuit Court .m or bef
29 1952; otherwise, said BUI >n t>e
taken as confessed bj you.
Dated this 80th day of April, a i>
1952.
(Seal)
5/2-9-16-23
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By It. H. RICE, JR.
D NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the "ctithjua.name o
IEW1SII FLOR1DIAN PRIM l;-Ks. at
',', X K Bth Street. Miami. Pla.. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''"""'' ','VV.NCITY PRESS. INC.
5/9-16-23-30
,i -rue riRCUIT COURT OF THE
E^EV" NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149659
IDA KAI.MAN. Plaintiffs,,
i inr v vt.m w, Defendant,
JA ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ^Ve^nVstreet
VoU^RE"' HEeREBYrkORDERED
"^'^V'r'c-:'!.-'';--;/ of'-..
B}feg,^n.0'oiTsTld blri will I- taken
aa confessed by you.
AEDi ,>% ^kLv'tmkkman.
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olvmpia Building
Miami 32. Florida
B/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN *WBATE.
, No. 27981B
In Re: ESTATE OK
SOLOMON PODOARSKY,
'i as
sin. PODOARHKY, .Deceased
"{All C.....Itora and All Persons Hav-
Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to presi nt any
and demands which vo i, o
>'ou, m.i> hav e against the
estate ol SOLOMON POIXJARSKY,
'' known : SOI, PODGAHSKY
......'ased late of Dade Counts Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and fi!,- the same In
office in the County Courthouse
In Dadi County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
o the first publication hereof. Bald
or demands to contain the
address of the claimant and to
be sworn t.. and presented as afore-
said, .,i same will be harred
Hat.- May 6. A.D. 1952.
JESSIE PODOARSKY,
As Administratrix of the
Kst.lt,. of .
SOLOMON PODOARSKY,
also known as
SOL PODOARSKY,
____ Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
5/9-16-23-30
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 MIKES, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims anil demands which you, or
cither of you, may have against the
estate of ROSE MILES. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in his of-
fice in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, 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
t, and presented as aforesaid, or
same ill be barred.
Date April 29th, a.m. 1952.
SYLVIA FROMBERG,
As Executrix of the Last Will
ami Testament of
ROSE MILKS, Deceased.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sylvia Fronibers
Kxecutrix
:. 2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busim ss under tin flctii I iuf name of
VENT-A-LOCK AWNING SHUTTER
CO. 'Ned Inc i and ALUM-A-VENT
AWNING SHUTTER CO. {Not Inc.),
at ::.',:>.", N". W. 54th Street. Miami.
Florida, Intend- to reglstei said name
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
.,i i lade County, Florida.
ALUMINUM ROLL-UP
AWNING COMPANY
sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for
Aluminum Roll-Up Awning Co.
5 944-21-80
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149889
MURRAY LANDY, Plaintiff,
vs.
[SABELLE .1 LANDY, Defendant.
TO: ISABELLE 1. LANDY
122 Bast 82nd Street
New York, New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. [SABELLE J. LANDY, arc
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been* filed
against you, and you are required to
pen e n cop) of j our Ans -er or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, GEORGE J
TALIANOFF, 120 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach. E lot Id anil file thi
inal An-"', r or Pli n the offlci
of the Cli k of the Cliv ull I
.,ii or before tin 12th day of June
1952 ii v...: fall to do so, Judgment
bv di fault will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill ol
,'.....plaint.
'This notice shall be published one-
each week foi four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.iiKII'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of May, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cbrk. Cinuit Court.
Dade count). Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. if kick. JR.,
Depute Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4?n Lincoln Road
Miami I teach. Florida
6/16-28-30 I I ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
\i T MEN'S SHOP, at 1629 N. W. 27th
Ave., Miami. Ha., intends to reglstei
said-name with the Clerk of the cu-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida
CHARLESSONNE
,-.,'2-9-1'',--'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
/NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business andei the fictitious name ot
PETERS MEN'S SHOP, nt S710 Grand
\v, Coconut Grove, Miami. Fla., In-
,, nds to reglste said name with the
, of the circuit Court of Dad*
county. Florida. ^.^ ^^
:. 2-9-16-23
IN COUNTY JUDGE'!, COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2313L
RE: ESTATE OF
ATWELL ODAM, also known as
ATWARD ODAM, ATWOOD
ODAM, CHARLES ODAM and
CHARLES WILLIAM.-.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE s hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administra-
trix ..! tl..... late of ATWELL ODAM
de,eased; and that on the 16th da)
of June. 1952, 1 will apply to the
Honorable County judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
a Administratrix of the Estate ot
ATWELL (d.AM. deceased.
This 12th day of May, I9S2,
MAGGIE ODAM
Administratrix
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Maggie Odam, *
Administratrix ol Estate of
Atwell Odam. deceased.
5/16-29-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrint, to i gage In
business under the fictitious name Ol
\ci: FORMAL WEAR, at 1125 w
Flagler St Miami. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. .,
CHARLES SONNE
5/2-9-16-23
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
Le Zotte, Plaintiff vs. Gene Le Zotte,
Defendant. TO: Gene Le 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 of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Stephen F. Kesslcr. 2200 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, 1932.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED
at Miami, Mnrlda, this 28th day of
April, A.D. 19525.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit curt. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. I!. HARDIE, Deputy Clerk.
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CEIL MEYER, at 1121 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. I-'loriCn, rn-etid to reg-
ister s.i id name \\i:h the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM EIBUSCHUTZ
HEDW1G EIBUSCHUTZ
GE< "ROE J. T VLIANOFF', Esq.
at lorn, v for Applicants
420 Lincoln Ro ll
Miami Beach, Florida
:, 2-9-46-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
T1LJEENE SHOPPE, at 5233 N. K.
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
I'.ERT SAOER
Attorney for Applicants
810 Blscayna Bidg.
r. 2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14976?
CLARENCE Mi "'RE, Plaintiff
Vs.
EULALEE MOORE, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, EULALEE MOORE, 11" West
142nd Street, New Yolk City, New
York, are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed againsl you, an I ) ou ar re-
quired to serve a cop: of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
pli |n( on tin- plaintiff's attorney,
llaioid Shan i, 927 Lincoln Road
Ml mil Beach, Florida.' an i file thi
i| Answer i Pli ad ng In the
office ol the Clerk of the Circuit
curt on or before the 6th <\.*>
.lime. 1952. if you fall to do bo, Judg-
ment by default wl l be taken against
you for the rellel demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
da this 7 tli day of May, 1952.
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit court,
Dade County,, Florida
i Circuit Curt Seal)
It, K. II KICK, JR.,
Deput) Cbrk
a'9-16-23-3"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
a NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at 1150 20th
Street. Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RENATO LEVI
MYERS, HEIMAN .v.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
fi.-.il S'evhold Bldg.
5/9-16-23-80
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undo the fictitious name of
SOBEL CONSTRUCTION CO. I Not
Inc.). at Dade County. Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
AL SOBEL
5/9-16-33- 10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150051
l.ois A. MARSTON, Plaintiff
v s.
OLIVER M MARSTON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OLIVER M. MARSTON
o THOMAS DILLON *
LAKEVILLE, CONN.
Yoc are required t< serve s copj
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
1)1 nt for i in-,, ce on Plaintiffs Al -
torney and to file the original An-v.i
in the office of the 'lerk of thi
cult Court on or before the 19th day
of June, 1952: otherwise, the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed
herein will be taken as confessi
you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this ll'tli
day of May, A.D. 1952.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit I
Dade County, Honda
By: W'M W. STOCKING
Deputy cierk
address ot
Attorney:
It. LYONS
I'ln-l:! Olympia Building
Miami. Florida
5/23-80 6/6-13
Name and
Plaintiff's
Norman
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149981
LONA MATOY. Plaintiff
vs.
CLIFFORD MATOY, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CLIFFORD MAToY
Tellioo Plains
'Tennessee
Yon are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ami- .
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
HERMAN WKI'MAN, 4"T Blscaynel
Bldg.. Miami. Hi., and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Citvuit Cut
on or before the 16th day of June.
1952. If you fail to do so, judgment
b) default will be taken against you.
for the relief demanded In 11" BUI
of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH ll.oRII'lAN.
AND ORDERED at Minn:.
this 15th day Of May, A.D.
DONE
Florida,
1952,
K. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Had.- County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M. \v. sti iCKIN I
Deputy Cb-rk
5 ::,-:. i ; 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
i 'aiiiess under thi i- tttStnss na-.
MUSIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
STORE, MUSIC BOX PACKAGE
STORE, Ml'SIC BOX BAR. 'THE
Ml SIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
i.oi'NCK. at Hz s. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to re|
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit curt of 1'ade county. Florida.
ALBERT RAKow, sole owner
amos BENJAMIN
Attorney for Albert Rakow, owner
5 J-'.i-16-23__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name pi
MICKEY AND MARVIN MEN'S
SHOP, at "442 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MICHAEL TIMIN, Sole Owner
BERNARD A. FRANK
Attorney for Michael Tinun
5 2-9-16-23 ___
IM COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26329
RE: ESTATE OF
TOM BENN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL .
DISCHARGE
NOTI i: rob) given that l h ivi
filed im final report and petition for
1- in.,i Discharge as Administrator, ol
the estate of TOM BENN, dei i I
and thai 11 the 2*th day of May l'...,_\ j.
I will apply to the Honorable \\ h. ?
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, lor approval of said
I' nal Report and for final discharge
as Administrator of ll" i State or
TOM BENN, deceased.
'This H-tli day of April, lgal.
s THOMAS BENN, JR.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Thomas Benn. Jr
Administrator of the Estate of
Tom Benn, Deceased
:, 2-9-16-23
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ATTORNEYS!
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W appreciate y O n r
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PERSONAL
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COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
S N
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+Jewish rhvklian
FRIDAY. MAY
Anglo-
>-Jewish
News Publishers
Meet In NYC
Publisher of The Jewish Flor-
idian. Fred K. Shochet, attend-
ed the ninth annual convention of
the American Association of Eng-
lish-Jewish Newspapers held in
New York City last week.
Meeting in the Hotel Astor,
leadi-g publishers of the Amer-
ican-Jewish oress expressed op-
position to the MeCarran-Walter
Imn.igration Bill now pending
: ire the US Senate. In a reso- j
lution, thev called for the de-
feat of the bill which has come
under sharp attack for its racial
and totalitarian provisions. The
resolution also stated that if ap-
, ved, Pr sident Truman be ask- j
, to veto the bill.
The Association, representing,
T [lish-Jewish weekly newspap-
ers from almost every state in
I i Union, also urged the United
Jewish Appeal and the Bind; :
Israel Government, the official
agency for the sale of Israel
-. this country, to resolve
( .: present differences in fund
raising, "in the best interest of
the State of Israel."
Philip Slomovitz. Detroit Jew-
News, was re-elected to head
i organization for the seventh
nsecutive term.
Round Table
Member Drive
Roscoe Brunstetter, George
Chertkof and Dr. H. Frankhr.
Williams, co-chairmen of the Mi-
,ami Round Table, announce the
opening of the annual Miami
Round Table membership drive.
The poal is to double the pres-
ent membership and tn* cn i men point out that the financial
chairmm state that the slogan "__^___________________________
for the drive is: Every Member
Recruit A New Member.
In emphasizing the importance
of the current drive, the co-chair-
resourccs used in the ope,
of the Miami Round Table's Pr
gram in human and inters
relat.ons work cme '
from its members.
Lear Sehool Holds
Graduation Here
High School. Elementary
School and Kindergarten School
Seniors will graduate from The j
Lear School today.
At 9 a.m., High School Seniors j
Ruth Bloom, Marlene Katz. Ed- i
ward Galewitz, Dorothy Chasan-.
off and Gail Bergad and Ele-
mi ntarv School Seniors Alan Ja- I
cobson Kalvi.n Sokol and Paul
Borman will present as there
graduation theme Shakespeare's
All The World's A Stage in a
choral recitation.
Kalvin Sokol will sing the solo
part. Ruth Bloom is valedictarian.
Marlene Katz will be salutator-
ian. with Dorothy Chasanoff
reading the invocation and Gail
Bergad presenting the Senior gift
to the school.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ed-
ward G Lear. Miss Bloom and
Miss Katz as well as Galewitz.
,.: planning to attend the Uni-
Sity >>f Miami. Miss Chananoff
will go to the University <>( Man-
ba in Canada, and Miss Bergad
will ?; i to the University of Flor-
A formal promotion of the
p::- grades and the gradua-
Si ni r K n lergarten
first cr.-Jo will take
il 10:30 a
in addn -- will be
Mid eli Whitney and
Julian Levant.
:i will recite tli<-
will
tir.g sen-
. : i Ruth Bloom and Marlene
Eddie Oka took over official
duties as president of the Mi-
ami Beach Masada at a recent
installation in the Shelfaorne
Hotel. Others assuming office
were Bernice Backs, 1st vice
president; Leonard Snyderman.
2nd vic president; Leila Gross,
recording secretary; Shirley
Kahn, financial secretary; Ar-
chie Goodwin, treasurer: and
Claire Becker. Phyllis Blaire
and Doris Schnur, correspond-
ing secretaries.
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