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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
bLUME 25Number 22
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
HARETT IS MIAMI VISITOR
iraeli Minister To Address
o m in unity At Dade Auditorium
Duth Florida Jewry will greet
i Brett Foreign Minister
he State of Israel, at a mass
lie reception Sunday night in
Dade County Auditorium.
n-.id-week, details of Shar-
arrival for his first visit to
state were still not completed.
| officials of the Citizens Com-
ce for Moshe Sharett Day
unable to announce final
for welcoming ceremonies.
ire than 2,000 persons are ux-
ed to hear Sharett report en
el's economic position as the
fish State enters its fifth year
political independence. Shar-
i-as head of the Political De-
kxent of the Jewish igency
Palestine from 1933 until 1948,
fen he became Israel's foreign
lister.
amuel Friedland, chairman of
Citizens Committee, report-
hat some 100 South Florida
kish and non-Jewish organiza-
b are sponsoring the giant re-
lion. He pointed out that
fe major groups had changed
of previously scheduled af-
so as not to conflict with
the Sharett visit. Beth David,
Temple Israel Men's Club and
the Greater Miami Committee for
Yeshiva university were paid tri-
bute bv Friedland lor "express-
ing community solidarity behind
the initial visit here of the sec-
ond-highest ranking member of
the government of the State of
Israel."
Municipal, civic, religious and
business leaders were scheduled
to greet Sharett upon his arrival
Saturday night at the Eastern
Air Lines terminal of the Miami
International Airport. Mayor
Chelsie Senerchia, of Miami,
Mayor D. Lee Powell, of Miami
Beach, and Mavor David H. Hen-
rick, Jr., of Coral Gables, will
head the reception committee.
Sharett's speech will be the
highlight of the reception as
Greater Miamians will hear for
the first time a man recognized
as one of the world's foremost
statesmen. Sharett brought more
than three decades of diplomatic
experience into his position of
foreign minister, and his first
assignment was in presenting the
case for the admission of Israel
into the United Nations.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will give the invo-
cation, and Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Cantorial Association, will
lead the audience in the singing
of the American and Israeli na-
tional anthems.
Joseph Cherner, national treas-
urer of the American Financial
and Development Corporation for
Israel, has been named honorary
chairman of the Citizens Com-
mittee. Max Orovitz, Sam Blank
and Carl Weinkle are co-chair-
men and Jack Ablin has accepted
the position of treasurer.
Tickets for the reception will
be available Sunday at the Citiz-
ens Committee Headquarters,
1622 Collins Avenue, and Sun-
day r.ight at the Dade County
Auditorium.
Sharett will come to Miami af-
ter addressing a national econ-
omic conference for Israel in Chi-
cago, and will depart later next
week for Israel.
Moshe Sharett-
ishiva Medical School To Hold First
mual Dinner At Monte Carlo Monday
special Working Committee
feting was held last Monday
ping at the Biscayne Terrace
lei to complete plans for the
kt Annual Dinner here of the
kge of Medicine of Yeshiva
[versify.
in it tee members were
sts of Chairman Samuel Lev-
cm. Present "were Leon Kan-
Jake Sher, Burton B. Gold-
Sidney Lefcourt, Harry
ipnhoff, Gerald Lewis, Mrs.
|iis Glasser, Monte Selig, Mel-
Weinkle, George Bertman,
[chairman R. Williams Apto
I Director Dr. I. H. Shoulson.
Bans were completed regard-
reception and entertain-
nt for Drs. Samuel Belkin.
py F. Zimmerman and Joseph
Kstein, of Yeshiva University,
will be guest speakers at
M>nday dinner.
committee composed of
fsicians, Rabbis and laymen,
Well as representatives of the
will meet the visitors on
lay afternoon at the Miami
P"'.. with a press interview
la special luncheon following,
loui of the city is planned for
(lday evening. On Monday
. the Yeshiva representatives
meet at" luncheon with 15
r.mur.al leaders to discuss
ns for the June 2nd evening
Her.
'oast master of the dinner at
Monte Carlo Hotel. Miami
I Beach, will be co-chairman of the
Miami Board of Sponsors, Sam-
! uel Levenson. Following an in-
I vocation by Rabbi Abraham Cas-
I sel, of Kneseth Israel, and re-
i marks by Co-chairman Apte and
| Dr. Abraham R. Hollender. of
Miami Beach, Professor Emeritus
I of Otolaryngology, University of
| Illinois College of Medicine, Drs.
i Belkin. Zimmerman and Look-
I stein will present the principal
addresses.
Also included on the program
will be a musicale tendered by
; Cantor David Silverman. of the
Miami* Beach Jewish Center.
(Continued on Page 11A)
Weinkle Named Federation President
Dr. Samuel Belkin
Liberal Senators
To Fight
McCarran Bill
WASHINGTON (JTA) Lib-
eral members of the US Senate,
led by Senator Herbert H. Leh-
man, pledged to continue their
efforts against the McCarran
Omnibus Immigration Bill which
was passed by the Senate last
week.
President Truman is expected
to veto the bill which Jewish
and liberal groups denounced as
"racist" and discriminatory.
"We shall never give up the
fight against such proposals as
the McCarran Bill with its over-
tones of discrimination and prej-
udice," Senator Lehman said.
Senator Hubert Humphrey, of
Minnesota, called on the public
to urge a Presidential veto. *1
hope and pray" that Truman ve-
toes the measure, he declared.
The bill will first go to a Sen- j
ate-House conference and then
to the President.
The American Council for Ju-
daism, in a letter to President
Truman, urged him to do every-
thing in his power to prevent
enactment of the McCarran Im-
migration Bill. The President
was asked instead to encourage
the adoption of "801116 such lib-
eral immigration policy as that
formulated in the Humphrey-
Lehman Bill"
"Israel within the next ten
years can become economically
self-sustaining provided the new
state continues to receive large-
scale assistance through the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and other
sources," Dr. Jorge Garcie-Gran-
ados, former Guatemalan Ambas-
sador to the United States, told
an enthusiastic audience Wed-
nesday evening at the 14th An-
nual Meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Speaking at the Masonic Hall.
Dr. Garcia-Granados, who visited
the Jewish state at the invitation
of the Israel Government in ap-
i preciation of his many support-
I ing acts in its behalf, said: "Is-
rael is a vigorous young democ-
racy that can make a substantial
I contribution to the democratic
(cause if all those who love freed-
lorn give her every encourag-
ment."
The noted United Nations and
Guatemalan diplomat who rec-
ently conferred in Israel with
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
! ion and other members of the
! Government urged "especially
I that this support be given
j through the United Jewish Ap-
j peal", which he termed "an in-
I dispensable factor in Israel's es-
tablishment and in Israel's
growth to date."
Stressing that Israel's tremen-
dous growth and development,
achieved in substantial measure
with funds made available
through the Bnited Jewish Ap-
peal, "is only one side of the
ledger and must be balanced by
Memorial Service
The Honor Guard of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post No.
174. Jewish War Veterans, will
hold its annual Memorial Day
services at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery, on Sunday morning, June
1st, 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spir-
itual leader of the West Miami
Jewish Center, will give the
Memorial Day address. Jack
Silver, chaplain of the Post,
will chant the traditional El
Molay Rachamin.
Services wi'l conclude with
the firing of three salutes by a
firing squad and tha blowing
of taps.
what still remains to be achiev-1 Kanner and Sidney Lefcourt;
ed," he cited Israel's struggle for Secretary, Mrs. Louis Glasser;
economic independence, stating I treasurer, Charles Fruchtman;
that "what makes the situation J and trustees, Sam Blank, Joseph
Cherner, George Chertkof, Moses
Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Marcie Liberman, Stanley C. My-
ers, Joseph M. Rose, Herbert E.
9<-h<-r, Monte Selig. Jacob Sher,
William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin,
(Continued on Page 8A)
Sharett To
Coordinate Bond,
UJA Drives
CHICAGO (WNS) At the
close of the two-day United Jew-
ish Appeal Conference here last
Sunday, news was received from
Jerusalem that the Israeli Gov-
ernment had empowered Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett, who is
now touring the United States, to
coordinate the fund drives of the
United Jewish Appeal and Is-
raeli Bonds in this country. The
Cabinet gave Mr. Sharett author-
ity to iron out conflicts and set
up a supreme coordinating body
for the two drives.
The sura of S39.000.000 had
teen raised by the UJA during
the first five months of this
year, it was announced at the
close of the conference. During
the month of May. $12,000,000,
which was $2,000,000 more than
the quota for the month, was col-
let ted, reported Edward M. M.
Warburg, general chairman of
the campaign. The conference
delegates unanimously adopted a
resolution pledging "tireless and
vigorous efforts to maintain and
increase the flow of cash to the
United Jewish Appeal." which
is seeking $151,500,000 from Am-
erican Jewry during 1952.
Carl Weinkle
so critical is the fact that there
is still an immigration of thous-
ands of Jews going on."
"Israel's immigrants ask only
the chance to live decent lives
in decent homes," he declared,
"able to be self-supporting and
therefore truly free."
Carl Weinkle was then elected
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, succeeding ,
Dan B. Ruskin who became hon-
orary president. Weinkle receiv-
ed a bronze plaque from Ruskin
for outstanding leadership as
Campaign Chairman in the 1952 ;
Combined Jewish Appeal.
William D. Singer, co-chair-
man of the Trades Division, pre- .
sented a president's gavel to Rus-
kin in recognition of the latter's
term as Federation president.
Top leaders and unit chairmen ;
were awarded onyx desk clocks
for outstanding work in the cam-
paign. Volunteer workers also j
received individual Campaign
awards.
Other officers elected to serve
for the coming year were: vice
presidents, Jack Ablin, Sam
Friedland, Howard Kane, Aaron
Eliezer Kaplan Resians
JERUSALEM (JTA)Finance
Minister Eliezer Kaplan formal-
ly submitted his resignation to
the Israeli Cabinet at a meeting
early this week. Mr. Kaplan, who
will retain his post until a suc-
cessor is appointed, denied rum-
ors that his resignation was a
matter of politics.


PAGE 2 A
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Beth David Breaks Ground For Religious
School On Sunday; Leaders To Attend
Ground will be broken Sun-
day. June 1st. at 3 p.m.. for the
second phase of the building pro-
gram of the Beth David Syna-
gogue.
Ceremonies, in which leaders
oi mary faiths will take part,
will launch building operations
the new site. Dr. 11 Franklin
Williams, vice president
dean of tin- faculty, Vi
Mian will be uurs; .-p. i
and will spe >k n Ri Edu-
n. Rabbi Max Shapin spir-
itual leader of the Con.:
since 1933. will deliver tht
address.
Other leading digniti
pearing on tin i include
Mayor Chelsu Serurihia. Ri-\.
end Sidney Davics. president of
the Ministerial Association of
Greater Miami, and Judge Joe
Morris.
Cantor Maurice Mamches and
the Beti- David Student Choir
under the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag will present the mus-
ical portion of the program. A
reception will follow the ground
breakirg exercise-
The new school building will
be erected along 26th Road and
SW 2nd Avenue A iw rtory
structure, it will flank the Syna-
gue on the east, I back 200 '
el fron 3rd Avenu* and 25
feet from 20; Road.
The newt I leas in a 1 ar-
te tun as n
Ameri 9chool And U
the Da< unty
: of Education will
ted to ] /ide a cent>
i in.
ci] will mark
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tioi Dii
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art
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thleti and ex-
tivitii
In 1912, a group oi ten
I' tion Bn:.i
.i plot V
n th< City Ci n i tei y
a Jewish burial

In !.'-:t. thi Congregation was
nized with increased mem-
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FOR FREE INSPECTION CALL
in rship under the name. Congre-
gation Beth David. In that year
a site for a synagogue was pur-
chased at the corner of NE 2nd
Avenue and 8th Street. Three
years later the Congregation pur-
chased the site at N\V 3rd Aven-
and 2nd Stn et By 1925, the
Congi tion had i -own to -
portions that a p i
Rabbi was engaged and the I
: i ligious school M i stab-
ed.
During the yt a: 1949, the 1
phase of the building progri
I "k form ^t which tin e the Syn-
gue building was erected.
! Murray G. Cohen was president
: the Congregation, and assist
him in the new building pro-
were Judge Louie Bandel.
Samuel Blank. David Brown, Al-
i x Cohen. Harry Gordon, Louis
1 Heiman, Harry Markowitz, Stan-
ley C. Myers. Frank Rose. Jacob
iSher. Herbert Scher. Max Swartz,
Carl Weinkle. Sam Weissel. S-
J. Spector. Moe Feingold. Sam
Dickson. Sidney Lefcourt and
Bernard Sterling.
The current building project,
under the presidency of Bernard
A. Sterling, is headed by Moe
Feingold. who will be assisted
by Ben Essen. Sidney Pozen,
Dave Rabinowitz. Bernard A.
Sterling, Max Swartz, "Aaron
Wemkle. Sidney Lefcourt. Jake (
Sin r and Herbert E. Scher.
Thi Ground Breaking Commit-
t" undc r the chairmanship of
Judge Louie Bandel. is composed
A ovitz, Louis Hei-
i, Daw Rubinowitz, Bernard
Sterling and Frank Resi .
Mrs. Hreenbaum
To Heart K'i/fhuins
IN strict JV. 5
Mrs. H< nry s. Gi
Disti id < in n
( f of District No. S '
A n n u a i
Convi ntion o
the Grand I
gtat
of F
ian s
A n ember o
If osevi It Tern
pie No. 33, Mrs
Greer.baum is i
r i) a s '
e hie f of Rex
T mple No. 132
New York City
Appointed of-
ficers for the district are: Past
Chief, Polly Merritt, Arch C
Temple: Most Excellent Chief.
Past Grand Chief Susanna Geig-
er. South Miami Temple: Exnll
en* Senior. Alice Brooks. Roos< -
vi It Ton.pie: Excellent Junior.
Celia Freed. Miami Beach Tem-
ple; Manager, Ruby Crist. Miami
Temple; Secretary, Alice Pomer-
antz, Roosevelt Temple: Tieas-
unr. Elaine Moss. Gables [ei
pie.
Protector. Lillian McClure, Mi-
ami Temple: Guard. Viola Smith.
Arch Creek Templi Captain of
Degree Staff, Sophie Robinson,
-elt Temple: Challenger,
Keddiek. 6outh Mian i
Temple; and Pianist. Doris Hol-
land- r. Roosevelt Temple.
University Plans
Second Pop
Concert Series
Tie University of Miami early
this week announced its second
season of Miami Beach Pop Con-
certs, with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra under
the direction of John Btter.
Eight Sunday evening concerts
cheduh d I eginnlng June
291 for eight consecutive Sun-
days. The .-< ries will conclude
August 17th.
Artists scheduled for appear-
ai i include Barbara Gi n,
ura; Jesus Marii Sai
R ero Rici i, i iolinist;
Kurei prano; Irma
i | Constance
Ki ene, pianist; John Seb;
nd Boris
ivsky, pianist.
vim with Mr.
Later will be Dr. Aloo
and Izler s> per-
A committee met with Mrs.
Marie Volpc, concert manager,
yesterday to discuss means of
pop concert presentation. The
committee included the Mrs-
dames Albert Pick. Ruby S. Bak-
er. Joseph Duntov. Herman Gray-
son. L. Hubeiman. Nellie McAr-
thur, Anyuta Melicov, Kenneth
Oka. J. K. Shinn. Claude Ren-
shaw, M. B. Cirlin, Warren Free-
man. Andrew Greenfield. Eda K.
Liddle. Peggy MacKay, Henry J.
Nelson and Milton Sirkin.
Other committee members are
George J. Bertman and H. A.
Binder.
Artist's view of the new Beth David Religious School.
Hncscth Israel
Has Memorial
I hi if Service
Kneseth Israel Congregation
will offer special prayers for
Americans who have given their
lives on the battlefield.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel,
spiritual leader, will interrupt
holiday services today at 11 a.m.,
for special prayers in honor of
Memorial Day.
Tomorrow, Post No. 330, Jew-
ish War Veterans, will partici-
pate in n special Yizkor memor-
ial .- vice honoring the men and
i here who made the su-
prei lacrifice. Participating in
the memorial services
Daniel Neal Heller, co^J
of the Post, and a coming^/
post members in official gub.,
A special Hebrew chat m\
ten bv Rabbi Cassel, will btsjj
by Cantor Abraham Seif and!
choir.
Folk Dancing Continud
The Folk Dance Group o!tJ
Jewish Comn unity Ca
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Mount Scopus
Hadassah To
Install Officers
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel, will be gin st speaker
at the Mount Scopus Group of
Had -sah Annual Installation
Luncheon on Monday. June 2nd,
in Jackie Heller's Dinner Key-
Terrace.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. honorary
Vice president of the Greater
Miami Chapter, will install the
following officers:
The Mesdames Irwin Liss,
president: Ernest Cherr.of and
David Marmer, vice Dresidents;
Louis Williams, recording secre-
tary: Harry Cranman, corres-
ponding secretary: J. Martin
Fishman. financial secretary:
Fred Ochs, social secretary: and
Joseph Sugarman, treasurer.
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KjpAY. MAY 30. 1952
I'll Say...
I Cochin lies near the Southern tip of India. The av-
Laet tourist will bypass it for cities far more glamorous
nkturesque. But the Jewish traveler finds its
?'hit- brown and black Jews" of more than passing
,,..' -t I flew into Cochin on March 11th and phoned
c Koder, a leading civic figure and he:.d of the Jew-
r'h j0n munity. Mr. Koder invited me to have the mid-
fav purim dinner at his home. Present also were a
Hindu official, a Christian lawyer, and a Moslem mer-
Wi COPPER PLATES
Alter the meal, my host took me sightseeing. At
ik. paiadesi Synagogue, he opened a vault and dis-
Mavi'd three copper plates in the old Tamil language,
n sDit" f their antiquity, the engraving is still visible,
" n though scholars find it difficult to interpret the
irdKii script Experts estimate their date somewhere
|(U, n 350 and 700 of the Christian era. A transla-
ii0.. shows that his Majesty, King Sri Parkaran Eravi
Ha'ninar granted to Joseph Rabban hereditary posses-
Ion of the district Anjuvannam "together with the 72
Iropi ietary rights, tolls on boats and carts, the lamp of
le day, a cloth spread in front to walk on, a palan-
luin. a parasole, a Vaduga drum, a trumpet, a gateway.
I Laihind, decorations with festoons together with
L ] el tax and weight tax." The royal signature is
Mnessed by the Prime Minister and 7 Chiefs of high
he state destroyed
A Jewish kingdom on the Malabar coast seems to
>ve ixistod for 1000 years. In 1524, neighboring Mos-
lem rulers attacked the Cranganore state and utterly
jestroved it. The survivors escaped to Cochin; their
lescendants probably constitute the majority of its
[resent community. But everything about this state
fe forgotten; only the memory lingers on that Crangan-
Ire was formerly a Jewish principality.
Here is a challenge to our institutions of learning,
bualified researchers should investigate the phenom-
enon of a Jewish kingdom on the teeming coast of
Inuthwestern India. Perhaps historic research might
llear up the mystery surrounding David Reubani, who
lor ihi oast four centuries has puzzled historians and
kholais to distraction.
* Jenisl Fkridicin
PAGE 3A
Cranganore: A Vanished Jewish Kingdom
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
DAVID REUBANI
One of the romantic episodes in Jewish history high-
lights this David Reubani. who in 1524 came to Venice.
'' formed the community leaders that he was on a
mission to the rulers of Europe from his brother Joseph,
King of several Jewish tribes in Chaibar. Reubani
made his entry into Rome on a white horse, accompan-
ied by a retinue. He was received by the Pope with
the courtesies accorded to a foreign diplomat. We do
not know the subject matter of the interview, but
Clement VII did give him a letter to the KingW Por-
tugal. He then sailed from Italy in splerdor, under a
flag with Jewish symbols. King Joao III treated David
Reubani as the ambassador of a sovereign state. He
remained in Portugal for a year, but suddenly was or-
dered to leave. His boat was forced by bad weather
to seek shelter in a Spanish port. Arrested and con-
fined by the Inquisition, he was later released by order
of Emperor Charles V.
HIS WRITINGS
These incidents, remarkable in themselves, are un-
thinkable in the 16th century, the heydey of the In-
quisition, when the fate of Jewry in Christian Europe
trembled in the balance. We might have known n th-
ing of these events were it not for the book written
by Reubani himself. It would all sound like the figment
of a traveler's yarn had not certain incidents, including
the reception by the Pone, been corroborated by the
letters of foreign diplomats to their home governments.
A LAND OF MYSTERY
But who was David Reubani? Whence came he?
What was his objective? His autobiography makes en-
tertaining reading, but hardly satisfies our curiosity.
It states that his brother was King of Chaibar. Where
was Chaibar? In Arabia? He surrounds the land with
mysterious mountains and deserts. But we know there
was no Jewish kingdom in Arabia, not since Mohamet
crushed the independent Jewish tribes which disputed
his holy pretentions. It alleges that King Joseph want-
ed an alliance with the Christian kings to break the
power of the Turks. His share of the loot would be a
Jewish state in Palestine.
AN ABSURD SCHEME
It all sounds too bizarre. Turkey was the only land
that opened its gates to welcome the exiles from Spain.
Jews had been expelled from England. Fiance, Spain
and Poitugal. Their condition in Germany was deplor-
able. Some were* tolerated in the Italian city-states.
The majority lived in Poland, which was then as re-
mote from the center of affairs as Tibet is today. It was
the height of folly to mention a Jewish state in Pales-
tine to any Christian king; they were all steeped in
16th century bigotry. Was it for such a hair-brained
scheme that the canny Medici Pope honored David
Reubani? Portugal was then pestering him for a Bull
to institute the Inquisition, a la Spain. Was it the time
or place to start a Zionist movement?
THE DESTROYED STATE
While seeking information in India about the vanish-
ed Jewish kingdom, I learned that Cranganore was
destroyed in 1524, the same year in which David Reu-
bani landed in Italy. There seems a connection between
the two incidents. Why couldn't Reubani have been
ambassador from this on the Malabar Court? Chaibar
sounds like Malabar. He was short and quite dark, and
knew so little of Judaism that he would fast on the
S;.bbath. Fearless, politic and courtly, he carried him-
self like a Rajah, as one accustomed to state affairs.
He had the temerity to visit Mecca, disguised as a
descendant of Mahomet; something a Jew living in a
Christian or Moslem land would never have done.
THE MOHAMMEDAN DANGER
Evidently the King of Cranganore feared an attack
from the Moslems, in those days the sole invaders of
India. He turned to the Portuguese as the only Euro-
peans to enjoy the lucrative trade. They had estab-
lished a bridge head close by at Goa on the Malabar
coast. But they also were exposed to attacks bv their
bitterest enemies, the Mohammedans. Since both were
targets for Moslem conquest, an alliance was to their
mutual interest. Reubani showed real statesmanship in
obtaining Papal support for a Christian-Jewish pact.
It seems that the alliance was on the way to ratifi-
cation when a boat must have brought news of Crang-
anore's destruction. Reubani's star set. He joined the
Messianic movement which resulted in the burning of
Salomo Molcho at the stake. In 1537, David Reubani
died in a Spanish prison.
Transformed by United Jewish Appeal assistance, this little girl
in Tripoli has learned how much fun she can have washing her-
self, dressing neatly and taking her meals at a table. TOS !
will assume a new meaning for this Jewish child, and thousands oi
others like her. UJA must make possible extensive welfare pro-
grams for 250.000 needy Jews in European and Moslem lanas.
through its nationwide campaign for SI51.500.000. ^^^^^^^^
The Rabbi, President, Officers
and Board of Directors
of
Cordially invite
All membars, their friends and all Jews of Greater Miami
to attend the
GROUND BREAKING CEREMONIES
of our new Religious School
3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 1st, 1952
SOUTH FLORIDA'S
JEWISH
COMMUNITY
MOSHE SHARETT
Lincoln Manorfl^ Caterers
2 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE OCEAN
Highest Quality Catering al Lowest p",bl P"C"
Private Air-Conditioned Banquet Rooms for 25 to 600
Weddings Bcn--Mitzvahs
BuHete Garten Parties
At Lincoln Manor, Your Home or Hotel
Air-Conditioned Wedding Chapel
Free Parking on Premises
Phone 58-5669
Proudly Welcomes
The State of Israel's
Distinguished Minister
of Foreign Affairs
Moshe Sharett
PUBLIC RECEPTION
Sunday, June 1st, at 8 p
Dade County Auditorium
2901 West Flagler Street, Miami
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EDITORIAL
3IomIi< Mi.iicii
Moshe Sharett, Foreign Minister of Israel who
will speak in the Dade County Auditorium Sun-
day, owned an international reputation long be-
fore the establishment of the new Jewish state.
( Turkish Army captain, executive of Great
Britain's Paole Zion, newspaper editor, secretary
in the Zionist Organization and head of the Jew-
ish Agency's political department, Sharett has
been in the forefront of the Great Return since
his youthful days as a student of economics in
the Ukraine and London.
The Foreign Minister came to what was then
Palestine in 1906, approximately at the same time
as the arrival there of Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. His knowledge of Israel's development
stems from the roots of intimate experience; no
late-comer is he, no theorizer on the basis of post
war history.
As early as 1933, he filled a chief Jewish Ag-
ency position left vacant by the assassinated Vic-
tor Hayim Arlosoroff. Upon the outbreak of the
European conflagration in 1939, Sharett conferred
with Briiish political and military leaders in Lon-
don and the Near East, urging the mobilization of
all Jewish manpower in Palestine and demanding
the establishment of a Jewish army fighting with
the Allies.
Thus, and largely through Sharett's efforts,
the world's nations then engaged in fighting Fas-
cism became acquainted with the Jewish military
campaign as a symbol of a people's indomitable
will to destroy Nazi Germany's extermination
tactics. It was his disguised but guiding hand
that brought this symbol into the halls of the
early United Nations Organization, side by side
with the sylvan voices of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
and Ambassador to the United States Aubrey
Eban, to demand Israel's liberation on the basis
of history and earned merit. And it was largely
Sharett's behind-the-scenes prompting that talked
down the venomous verbal attacks of Arab
League spokesman Charles Malik.
The Foreign Minister's arrival here is a singu-
lar honor meted out our community. The degree
of graciousness shown him can only be meas-
ured by the manner in which we heed and re-
spond to his and Israel's message.
Max. Oruvitz
For the fifth consecutive t
has been chosen to head the m!,' Max ^
pital Board of Trustees Mount Sinai j
No such honor can be accords
out proper reason. Under n,JT ?,a mc
Mount Sinai has assumed a^J* *+n
ance in healing, as well as in rVslcX ^
lenges the records of much older*!C,h'.tha"
ing his tenure of office. advanC sT^ .
medicine techniques and studies in PWTe*
m cardio
laye been
fluences *U%j^'^*
and modern operative methods hn
earthed and introduced, with their
to the entire South.
nilY here.
FEDERAL CRIME
Mi.'ivuofli
Shavuoth is one of the most significant of all
Jewish holidays. Marking the gathering of the
fruits of the field, it comes closest to dealing
with the essential aspect of all religionsthe fer-
tile cycle of earth and man.
As such, Shavuoth underscores both the ma-
terial and spiritual aspects of Jewish life. Com-
memorating the harvest of fruit, it also serves as
an expression of gratitude for fruitfulness.
Shavuoth this year is particularly significant.
For the fifth time in modern Jewry's history, the
fields of Israel bloom again symbolizing a peo-
ple's determination no longer to remain dispersed
and at the mercy of whim but to fulfill its own
destiny, instead. Yet, while desert gives way to
ingenuity in the new state, vast tracks of land
still call for upbuilding, and Jews in exile still
wait for their redemption.
Thus, Shavuoth, 1952, must be regarded as
the celebration of things yet to come. Marking
an ever increasingly abundant ingathering, it
bides its time for the day when all Jews will in-
habit their land and when the fields will yield
their fruits from border to border.
It is also significant that Orovitz' m
has seen the organization of a medica
?hT hSmai.7hiCh is tatmwtff "
Thus, the hospital continues its wav rl ^4
searching out diseases. It is not L^i
say that Orovitz will, in the future persDw?5
scientific development here, be consS X'*'
of the lay leaders instrumental in mal^g.
County a revered seat of medical pracS
Perhaps a more silent, if equally si(ni&w
aspect of Orovitz' tenure, will be the SoC
vance in race relations. With his sanction^!:
gro wing has been added to Mount Sinai. Z
a Negro physician invited to become a staff n^.
The record of "firsts" at Mount Sinai ft
Orovitz as its president, becomes inci
long and impressive.
Ycfthiva >!'!i< ;il School
Within the month, active construction on Ye>|
hiva University's College of Medicine will begju.]
The new school can truly be regarded a I
"historic" for two reasons. Primarily, the Net
York State Board of Regents reversed its 11J
year-old policy. The. Yeshiva charter repiesets
the Board's first in that period of time. Butnml
important, the school, which will act as a it..
head against a long-standing and vicious quota I
system directed against Jewish students, has set I
up its administration in such a fashion as to dis-1
regard completely the issues of race, religion and I
sex usually directed at applicants.
Communal leaders here have joined handij
to assure the fact that this outstanding institution j
comes to fruition within the shortest possible span
of time. Their efforts will be initiated in a dinner |
at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Monday evening.
3b- -^
ADL Bigotry Report
'tion League of B'nai B'rith late last week made public its annual study of rac- !
r. the United States. reporting -an astonishing stream of evidence 'pointing
nhS u ;Sn^ mpenterpriae of prcjudice ,hat feeds upon dom-tic SlsPut- j
AntiSefa^tion^a^'lTwh3! h*. F'ridH Ad^f'>' Board ^e textbooks and modern methods
and the FUmd-i Ani Fv -,^ r-L "^ L' .Abe2f J8 J;halrman- which emphasize .ntercultural
TaLnoff is rhairmln m Committee, of which George J. I education. Promoted by profes-
an ^ W'd'7''T' n",ed' n Particular, Sional propagandists, these at-
ng i crease in violence and hoodlumism attributable to tacks have produced chaos in
; It pointed to no. i Cicero, Illinois, ^h^^~ni '.rlS J
11 unsolved bombing ,n "ance. the League warned. ,,.*%.rl^tms^the ADV !
.i;',.;'nid -."'- eruPons in 3. Efforts by Communists to reports. SyStmS' ** ADY I
. areas as disturbing evi- "injure racial and religious min-1 7w>..,. .u t I
nee ol promoted lav.!,--,-- ority groups by posine as heir (Howcv?r' thc League finds
^-PPedevena, friendf an d.j, B ^ ffi S S 1^^
; ^ -' '. ,; I" ^;;\.-'^<^ removed po-.
:' "' .nn,v groups "X ''' M there is ne\ BJS1fc! | r s of race and religion from
: th, rm munist .,,... .,.. .. "..VT. ,nt"" admission blanks.)
ptraSn of 2 network ofSS I 8 ^operation of an "Arab
P"$with1 prob- feaional bigots who lthnPh* p^paganda Evasion" that -.-
the ADL report declared, they ojserate independeiffiJ S f""''1 .*n-Semittam for anti-
P~ii 'i'1 Zionism." It worked on high dip-
findirgr Compete for funds '
Othei major findings of the do* ts for purposeTof"rau-
Z reP- disci tual support. the'exploAanon of
1. The undisguised injection ''"'nnion propaganda themes and
' racial and religious is- Ule exchange of "sucker" lists
into political campaigns. 5. a recent tn nd amoni
This nrocess. th,- rami........ ,i .>----.___. "6 >rv
th Leagy eport" erai prommTnt hate propa*gand:
iring the ists to switch from anti-Semitic
-tin:: itsell durmg
ind local elections ol I960 to anU-Catholic themes
II. has now erupted with heretofore les comoetitive ana
-ng dollar-seeking hate
., campaigns. Anti-Catl
- !" threat thai "guilt :>\- fuu s''ks to carry on its
i ion" and smear techniq- tury-old vendetta, the report
g ra, i.d and n iigious ''"",;- ""l(l a numl i udo-
publications h ive
:n American mores, doing vio- !!y"V: revive the hysteria
to traditional democratic lK Know-Nothing
o'justio Anti-Education
lieedom to disagree" Amari fi a
tacks VS VV3.Ve 0f at"
I. unproved denuncia* teen^t.H ^'r' ,Th,'s Vio,wnc
Iton, with !ess and I. repug- agams^h^r^FSSZS. hoISiuS^,- ff
lomatic levels through the Unit-
ed Nations, but made common
cause with many of the nation's
outspoken bigots.
9. Widespread discrimination
against Jews by resorts and plac-
pubhc accommodation. Not-
ing that its records are -not at
all exhaustive." the League re-
d that its current files show
875 hotels in 2] discrimination is a matter of
public record." The ADL
as a flagrant exampl, ol
ition the cast of Del
ach, Florida, i unity
which realtors advertise as "the
ty in the East Coast fullv
restricted to Gentiles, both to
uying and renting."'
Viol*nc
worst year on record, said the
League, since the pre-war days
of the Christian Front "can-
not be dismissed as juvenile de-
linquency, although many auth-
orities have sought refuge in this
unsupported explanation.'" The
ADL recommended a process of
community education and atten-
tive police treatment to halt the
outbreaks, with important atten-
tion being paid to preventing and
alleviating any intergroup tens-
ions resulting from housing needs
and expansion for whites and
Negroes.
In the South, where dynamite
has become the weapon of bigots,
the League characterized the rash
of bombings as the "bitter resent-
ment" of Southern hatemongers
to the "visible progress" that has
marked race relations in that ar-
ea since the end of World War
II. Many prominent Southern ed-
ucators, editors and ministers, to-
gether with concerned Southern
youth, are providing leadership
in the continuing trend toward
improved group relations, the re-
port said.
The cold war and international
jitters are held responsible for
the --tinge of i ysti ria that has
enveloped the American people,"
a factor, said the League, which
has given greater acceptability
to "wild. unfair accusations
which have descended to the lev-
el of character assassination."
"This has been the traditional
technique of bigots," the report
declared, "and thev never made
much headway with it. But now
that the same methods are being
dignified by persons presumed to
M more usponsible, the net ef-
i h cl has been a windfall for the
worst type of bigots." The
League cited the instance of An-
na M. Rosenberg, whose confir-
n'',! Assistant Seen tary of
'.' rise was held up while
f I Services Commit-
tee spent several weeks invi
ITges against her
ated for propaganda purpos-
es by long discredited trouble-
makers.
Professional Bigots
The temper of the times has
similarly provided a favorable
climate for-the activities ol pro-
fessional bigots, the ADL study
declared. Research rc-vealed that
since the war. annual income of
the various hate groups has al-
ways exceeded SI.000.000, will
indications that the amounts haw
increased ea year. Gerald L
K. Smith"s Christian Nationals
Crusade collected S139.646.24 last
year a jump upwards fromti*
$106,000 reported in 1950.
"A very obvious parallel exisB
in the approach, techniques a*
methods of the professional bjj-
ots. whether they operate in t*
anti-Semitic. anti-Catholic or a*
ti-Negro areas." thc report a*
closed. "Their pattern is to ds-
tort legitimate, controversial
public issues such as the Geno-
cide Convention, for rebuild)*
'of Germany, the presidents!
elections for selfish exploita-
tion. By operating in I
of militant anti-C
for freedoms sake but in suppa*
[of fascist ph.:
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LJHce Grossman To Be Feted At
lente Carlo Hotel On June 7th
", j, timor.ial Dinner-Dance tendered by past presidents
Miami YM and WHA will bi held on Saturdaj even-
7th, 8 p.m., at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach in I
Maurice Grossman, retiring executive directo ol \he
i Jewish Community Center.
, in.il leaders, as well as residents here, will gather to pay I
Grossman in recog-
for having organized the first
group to sponsor send-off parties
to men leaving for military
camps in 1940. Cor.current with
this plan, he also instituted a
number of Home Hospitality
Committees which often worked
service to the in-
to the community
,n ol his
lion r-d
,n came to Miami some
go and has been asso-
the past 14 years
,. Center movement here.
rosa
rear:
Members of the Arrangements Committee for Moshe Sharett Day in South Florida include, left
to right, the Mesdames Irving L^hrman, Sam Blank. Harry Gersten. Morris Alpert and Hyman
Sluari Kaplan.
in conjunction with the "Y". des- Hittelman Unveilinq
ignated as the first recreation ._ .
Kadimah Chapter
center for servicemen in Greater I The dedication of a monument! Instuils Oli IVVVS
Miami. Through Grossman's ef-ito the memory of the late Ethl-i
forts, the "Y" became a regis-!yne Hittelman, formerly of 829 i
tration center for home defense, I r rwi fn ,'..;., ,.. i
a first aid center for the Redil ,oa' Coral Gables' wlU tako'
Cross and an official registration I place Sunday. June 1st, 11 a.m.,
center for the Dnaft Board. \SX Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rab-
Grossman was also directly re-! bi M. Swirsky officiating. Mrs.
the organization of Hittelman is survived by her
husband, Phillip: three sons, Jos-
eph E., Stewart and Sheldon; one
daughter, Bobbie Plager, all of
of Miami; also five sisters.
the Army and Navy Committee
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board here. Travelling to New
York, he enlisted the aid of the
late Benjamin Rabir.owitz and
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual in-
stallation, Tuesday, June 3rd,
12:30, at the Howard Johnson
Restaurant. SW 37th Avenue and
8th Street.
Mrs. Albert Berson will be in-
stalling officer. New officers to
be inducted are the Mesdames
Kemelhar Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late David
Kemelhar, formerly of 631 SW
11th Street, will take place Sun-
day, June 1st, 12:30 p.m., at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Sha-
piro officiating. Mr. Kemelhar
is survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kemelhar, of
Miami; two brothers, Ben, of
Cleveland and Martin, of Miami,
and sister, Faye, of Miami. He
was a member of Southwest
brought him to Miami to streng-i eluding the Mesdames Lillian
.:.*&.
Maurice Grossman
kriously, he had practiced law
[New Jersey, having received
legree from Georgetown Un-
rsity. Washington, D.C.
veti ran of World War I,
teaman also taught in Hebrew
Souls for a period of ten years.
then the Committee's structure.
' Inaugurating Saturday night
("dances for servicemen, organizing
I the Miami Service League and
serving as chairman of the Stan-
dards Committee of the Defense
! Council, member of the Execu-
tive Board of the USO, chief
clerk on the local Draft Board
and chief air raid warden, Gross-
man was subsequently awarded
a personal citation from the late
President Franklin Delano Roose-
velt.
The retiring executive director
currently serves as secretary of
the Council of Social Agencies.
He originated the first lecture
and concert series with the aid
of Rabbis here, as well as the
Southern Region of the National
ir.ee coming to Miami, his ac- Jewish Welfare Board. First pres-
ses in social spheres have j National Association of Jewish
Center Workers, Grossman now
th in 1939, nucleus of the j serVes on the Executive Commit-
ner Beach "Y", and instituted tee 0f the Association.
Flynn, of Miami, Dorothy Ger-
stcle, of New York City, Leone
Weiner. of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.,
Shirley Vincent, of Jacksonville
Beach, and Florence Carnot, of
Elizabeth, N.J.: also three broth-
ers. Ben Cornot, of Los Angeles,
Murray, of Elizabeth, N.J., and
Abe Cornot, of Tallahassee. Mrs.
Hittelman was a Past Matron of
Emunah Chapter No. 175. Order
of Eastern Star. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Fred Sandier,"president; William I Lodge F.A.&M., Scottish Rite
_ ... t, I Consistory, and Harvey Seeds
Berson 1st vice president; Rob- Post of the American Legion.
ert Miller, 2nd vice president:
Mrs. John Rudnick, correspond-
ing secretary: Fred Blacker, re-
cording secretary: Irwin Labbie,
financial secretary; and Bernard
Cantor, treasurer.
To be installed as Board Mem-
bers are the Mesdames Shevin,
Friedson, Stone, Sololoff, Kram-
er, Strauss and Goldman.
The program planned for the
afternoon will feature the singing
of Mrs. Lewis Falk. The program
is under
Albert Shkoler.
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany are in charge of arrange-
ments; friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Gables Center On TV
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will participate in a tele-
vision program on Sunday. June
1st, 11 a.m., over station WTVJ.
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
. Association featuring the First
the direction of Mrs. j Fruits Ceremony and readings of
the Ten Commandments.
ed many fields. He organ-
the first Home Camp in the
MUtQER FLAVOR!
first vocational guidance ser-
in 1940. When the alien
stration law was passed,
nei US Commissioner of Nat-
Hzation, Earl G. Harrison, ap-
nteil Crossman to convene all
pal agencies in the city, subsc-
Intly ending his special rep-
bntative here.
an is also responsible
pademy Women Hold
ird Party Social
[he Hebrew Academy of
fcal r Miami Women's Organ-
kicm will sponsor a card party
! on Wednesday even-
June 4th, 8 p.m.. at the
uwi 11 Hotel.
!! brew Academy Scholar-
Fund will receive all bene-
Mrs. George Kimmel is
I Of the affair, assisted
Irs, Sidney Rubinowitz, pres-
nt and Mrs. Harold S. Kauf-
|n. in charge of publicity.
be Dickens To Install
fRS Officers Sunday
liss Lee Dickens, of television
ion WTVJ, will be installing
leer for the Greater Miami
IS at an annual installation
iner to be held on Sunday,
Be 1st. 7 p.m., at the Sover-
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Irs. Morris Goluskin will serve
Ihird term as Auxiliary presi-
nt. Mrs. Harry Siegal, chair-
Mi. and Mrs. Jack Gordon, co-
lirman of the Installation, are
charge of reservations.
Largely through his efforts, a
Government Nursery was estab-
lished at the "Y" in 1943, leading
to a Certificate of Merit award
from the Board of Education. The
present nursery is an outgrowth
of the original organization.
Grossman also soearh.eaded the
development of the Emanon Club
which services the needs of young
men and women between 19 and
21, and whose purpose he en-
visioned a^ an aspect of the end
of World War II and the prob-
lem of returnees.
Grossman sparked the consoli-
dation of the YM and WHA in
1944. thereby making women
eligible as members of the Board
and as olficers. He is also re-
sponsible tor the establishment
of the Golden Age Friendship
Club for elderly persons. The
group incorporates some 350
members today.
Under Grossman's aegis, mem-
bership in the program has risen
from 240 in 1938, to 2.500 at this
date. The retiring executive re-
sides at 2952 SW 15th Street, Mi-
ami, with his wife, Ethel.
Reservations for the Testimon-
ial Dinner may be made witn
Leon Kaplan. 3-0601: Ben Essen,
82-1383: or Max Silver, 9-1659.
Couple Club Meets
The Couple Club of the Jewish
Community Centers Miami
Branch will have a Patio Party
Dance tomorrow evening, accord-
ing to Bernard Segal, Activities
Director. _________.
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Beth
:d
E. Aaron Farr. newly-elected president of the Temple
fl-olom Sisterhood and her three ^ce preMdents. p^j HoJe
It the recent Installation luncheon held in w '<
leadino frnm i.* riht are Mrs. Max Applebaum. vie p
. aron tan, newiy-eieci-u i~"" jHenls, pholograpnra
olom Sisterhood and her three vice Pre:s'de"' Aano Hotel,
the recent Installation luncheon held in ice presi-
ding Jrom left to right are Mrs. Max Applebaum. vp ^
Wtj Mrs. Aaron Farr. president; and Mrs. Char
Levinson, vice presidents.
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^AY, MAY
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HELEN ALPERT
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Harriet Smuckler Weds Robert kII^
Chooses White Sateen Gown V- i ?!
These days, you don't calch the common cold.
You get the virus, which costs ten times more. (Affidavits
cheerlessly submitted upon request).
At home, the phone was ringing. My Mother. "I haven't been
this .11 in my life.'' I croaked. "So sick, with expensive prescrip-
tion.--. Remember that camphor you used to hang around my neck?"
Outmoded." she said crisply. "It's time you caught up with
progress. These days, it's penicillin Who's with you?"
I am aloi.e in my suffering." I said with great dignity.
"I'll be right over."
No, Baby. You'll catch it. I'm completely polluted."
"Polluted or not." she said vigorously. "You're still my child.
I'm i ashing over to help you."
I'm beyond help. They took away all my money."
"I'll be right over. With moie money." She settled that fine.
She settled all the phone calls, too. Out of my gloom and
fevers. I could hear her arranging it so nobody would ever phone
me again. I feared "Nothing important, don't worry." she
drifted in to take my pulse.
"But every call is important." I tried to say.
"Cne man wants to know if you remember him. so I said, of
course you do."
"really? Who?"
"I have no idea Everybody will call you tomorrow. I
tock care of your mail. loo. The bankers' association is irritated
with you."
"They shouldn't be. I do my part in putting money in circu-
lation. My money circulates like my own bloodstream. When I
think of it. I get a relapse."
"They wrote to tell you that a savings and loan association is
not a bank. They lake a firm stand on this."
"I know. They sen! the same letter to everybody in Florida.
All day yesterday wherever I went, people were babbling at me
like Gertrude Stein: A bank is a bank is a bank'"
How your Floridian column got into Baltimore. I don't know...
Bui here's a letter from Dave Rosenberg. Baltimore jeweler, who tended th
si h.im a lunch. Maybe he'll send you a bill." she is a n
I read the letter. I quote: "Feller I know said. 'See vou had '
v ;:. ... Florida paper.' I said. 'You're crazy.' He said.'
'Bl-" linen.' I said, 'OK' So I paid." Out of the envelope
'.ing on this column
MORE MAIL brought Sam Hirsch news that summer season
backings of U. of Miami theatre productions can now be arranged.
with 50-.- proceeds to your club And U vou wanna buy a book,
: >' >ur Ring Theatre Annual, issued by Pandahus Pi. u
.' r.. .
Rose Hayes, secretary to Rabbi Mescheloff. wields a slick chick
per. in a note: "The belljs of New Orleans will be muffled by heavy
f>9hl when tall, dark and handsome Herman Cohen receives his
cip.crr.a from Tulane Medical College May 27th and comes home to
Miami. K.'rman, lop honor student, will interne at Jackson Memor-
._a. Hospital here." His parents are the Joseph Cohens of Pinetree !
Drive. Mr. Cohen is on the board of directors of Congregation Beth
Jacob, 3rd its immediate pasl vice president. As vou know, the
'ml itz went to New Orleans
-._..' -' '' n ceren nil g .
NEWSl
Samuel Levenson and BUI Apte have created staunch sup-
pcrring committees to assist them with ihe dinner-event. June 2nd.
11 :.-.e Mor.te Carlo Hotel, which welcomes Yeshiva University
c.-r.::anes tc initiate first steps toward Yeshiva's huge new Col-
*-e of Medicine. As you read last week, arriving here probably
cr. Sunday, June 1st. will be Dr. Harry M. Zimmerman. Dr. Sam-
i 5 -Ja 2nd Rabbi JosePh H- Lookslein. Brilliart trio. Actual-
lmerman is on a five-year leave of absence from his
Rabbi Irving Lehrn,
ed at a doubte S'"*
Srn^k, "* S I
I. a"? Robert H.
the]
on Sunday, Mav'^th1",^
coin Manor, Miami n
Thp wia! "ami Beach.
The bride "'.he' ft*
Mr. and Mrs WlifJ^ler,
5110 Lakeview R ^
Miss Kola Smuckler ,k.l.
sister, was maid of honcj^
maids were Mian K Bn
Marcia
Smuckler." Flower eir|nd D
Miss Sheila Posner
Posner, Fishbein
Betrothal Told
The engagement of their
daughter. Sheila Marcia. to Har-
vey Fishbein. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fishbein, 3130 SW
19th Street, has been announced
by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Posner,
62? SW 10th Terrace.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami High School and at-
e University of Miami,
member of Sharet Chap-
ter. B'r.ai B'rith.
Mr. Fishbein is a graduate of
the University of Miami, where
he belonged to Iron Arrow and
Omicron Delta Kappa. He is now
associated with BresJow and
Gelb. attorneys.
The couple plan a June 7th
wedding, with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating.
Best man was Bern-
uncle of the groom SRA
Jerry Lindzon. Eddie n?
Hank Wish. Qle 0k
Newlywed Mrs. Kobtin
a white sateen gown .?
neckline of faille, ftr **
sisted of three rows of 5 r
bridal bouquet was of ^
orchid and lily 0f the '"*
a white Bible. Maid of 1'
was dressed in a greed JZ
gown and carried an old bSL
ed bouquet of yellow clrS
The bridesmaids wore o2?
gowns and carried old foC
bouquets with yelk* caZ
.. Among out-of-town 2
- MerC Ma K<'bnn's g^ndpSa
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adler
Lynn. Massachusetts.
The bridegroom was graduatj
ed from the University of .
iu
trothal "of "their daughter, janTc'e I h^th^m!^/' V1*.,.*
; both membc-is of Miami BeadJ
Masada.
After a ho-eymoon to M
and New York." thev will rS
in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Robert Kobrin
Davidow," Gale To
Wed Here June 15th
Mr. and Mrs. Al Davidow, 1033 I flL11? Jh,ennL'ni.ve,3''"' S
Lenox Avenue, announce the be- Pm" f ,n.d^ "Bs Tau **
n iraiernity The couole
George Men-itt
Weds Mississippian
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rosenbaum.
of Scooba, Mississippi, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
:-.
d.s.inguxshed post as professor of pathology in Columbia Univer-
sity s College of Physicians and Surgeons. He's been appointed ,
ci.-ecior the first faculty appointment, by the way of this
new mecical school, first urder Jewish auspices.
- .' "" examine all of Yeshiva's literature on the I
and particularly appreciated Alferd Einstein's warm and i
From his Institute for Advanced Studv in Princeton I
:. "' : VrT" V ****?* to Dr Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva's voung
I have learned to my great satisfaction that Yeshiva Uni-
un";lT, ?9.u es,afclish. dical school. To my mind, this
ur._making is of the greatest importance to American Jewry: it is
an act of sei -help to make it possible for many of our young people :
nVUnlrV0. S,UdY ST1**" Th Yhiva University^wil!
be -nique. in that while it will represent a collective effort by
oui peop.e to make its contribution in the field of medical science. '
it will welcome students of all creeds and races .
-> young minds presently being discriminated against. Tvpicai
MDi. H. E.V dean of University of North
;"" > Mhool: -T too manv Jewish students
.- n to medical schools." Or d.tt fr m Dr. Paul S
It u undesnaole that too large a population of the
I oective physicians should be Jews "
-.nJnd,e."t'11I:.7J ^i:*mifns. nw studying at Yeshiva
Mr. Gale was also graduate
from Miami Beach High School
and is presently a Junior at tatl
University of Miami. He is i|
member of Zeta Tau Frateratr,!
The couple plan a June ]ja|
wedding in the Sorrento Hutel.
Going Formal?
Miss Janice Davidow
Pearl, to Stephen Rodney Gale,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Gale. 5191
Pinetree Drive.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the University of
Miami, where she was a pledge
of Delta Phi Epsilon. ______
Formal Wear
that is freshly
cleaned, smartly .
tyled. properly
fitted.
Complete outfits]
including shoes.
PHONE 48-2084
NIVERSITY
_ MEN'S SHOP
2828 Ponce De Leon Boultnri
Coral Gables
t)
Miss Jean Rosenbaum
a^,ItIUhgbo?.'h,ng l0 '"' yU'U ^'P^VouVown kid's".
ON THE BEAT:
Convalescing after
tcr. Jean Carol, to George D. Mer-
ntt, Miami Beach.
Miss Rosenbaum was graduat- |
ed from the University of Ala- i
"ijin of Mr. Merritt. son of Mr. and I
ermen. Mrs. I. Benjamin. 435 West 51st I
fkP^e BSS.""''*"
%
Jl!Slfi the home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS
r. f
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Pt off.
Miami Miami Beach Ft Lauderdale West Palm Be*4
Street, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
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Nice
Here's advanca news, and
by^ experts Gk^^JtwSt^iS^ISSStSi JftSC:
Kd a^ idLyalnP,nCiana Wek' ln "^ rou *&.S...hM
Md an idea: drop me a note at the Floridian. and 111 have a noin
cic-.a corsage made up for each one of you. -Lissen ifsfreeH
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5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201
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IpmnAY. MAY 30, 1952
le**u* SnrHHn
PAGE 7 A
Personally Speaking
The George Wolper'.s left New York on the SS Liberte last
toy 6th, and arrived in Le Havre, France on the 12th. They
.rill travel through Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Italy
[hey will sail from Naples on the SS Independence, June 21st
and return to New York by the 30th.
* *.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kaplan, 1729 SW 18th Avenue, are':
leaving this week-end fcr Auburn, Alabama, where they will at- I
lend the graduation of their son, Edgar, from the Alabama Poly-!
Echoic Institute School of Veterinary Medicine. Following all
fyiort vacation trip north, the Kaplans will return to Miami, where '
T. Kaplan will be associated with the Coral Gables Animal!
Hospital.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven are leaving next week for
heir summer home in Michigan City, Indiana. They expect to
btum to Miami Beach for the Holidays.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of 1120 SW 13th Court, are
leaving for Cleveland, Ohio, where they will visit their children.
\ trip to New York and the Statler Hotel will follow. The Fried-
nans will attend the Zionist Convention scheduled there as del-
qates from the Miami Zionist Organization.
* *
Kurt and Evelyn Enfield, of 2031 Meridian Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of their daughter, Gwen Michele. at Saint Fran-
ks Hospital on May 2Cth. Grandparents are Henry and Alice Kolinsky became the bride of
Enfield, 1701 Michigan Avenue.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, of 444 West Di Lido Drive,
Lave left for Asheville, North Carolina, where Dr. Rosenthal will
httend the meetings of the Southern Academy of Periodontology
Bt Grove Park Inn. They will then motor to Chapel Hill, where
heir son, Eugene, is a student at the University of North Caro-
lina The Rosenthals will return here on June 2nd.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman will leave on June 1st, to at-
end the graduation excercises of their son, Gilbert, who will re-
ceive his degree from the- Massachusetts College of Optometry
at Boston.
* *
Arlene Lynn Arvan, 7-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Theodore F. Arvan, entertained her classmates of the North
Beach Elementary School at a luncheon birthday party last
Miss Sally Ann Tagrin Weds Optometrist;
Chooses Bouffant Ivory Nylon (iown
Mrs. George Klein
Miss Kolinsky Weds
In Double Ring Kite
In a double ring wedding cere-
mony at the Trocadero Restaur-
ant, Miami Beach, Miss Gloria
George Kleir\ on Tuesday, May
13th. Rabbi Abraham Cassel of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kolinsky, 825
Alton Road. She graduated from
Bainett Memorial Hospital, Pat-
terson, New Jersey, and is a reg-
istered nurse at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital.
The bridegroom is the nephew
of Mr. and Mis. Err.ost Klein. 320
West 25th Street, and is in busi-
ness here.
Newly wed "Mrs. Klein was as- ,, .,
sisted by her sister. Miss Joan A L'W l OI'Kei
Kolinsky. Best man was Mr.
Morty Dillon.
Dressed
broidered
headpiece consisted of a pale
trimmed with
Given in marriage by her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Is-
rael Zelkin, 2034 SW 22nd Ter-
race, Miami, Miss Sally Ann Tag-
rin became the bride of Dr. Ar-
thur Herbert Hillman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Hillman, Orlando,
Florida, at the Lincoln Manor, on
May 25th. Rabbi Morris Skop
officiated.
Robert Blank acted as best
man for his brother-in-law.
Bridesmatron was Mrs. Blank.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Tillie
Amdur, aunt of the bride. Mar-
tin Blank acted as ring bearer.
Ushers were Keith Pathman,
Seymour Hinkes, Stanley Besser,
Jerome Rosen, Edward Klein and
Dr. Herman Centner.
The bride wore a bouffant
gown of ivory r.ylon tulle made
with a fitted bodice, sweetheart
neckline outlined with seed
pearls ,and opalescent sequins
and angel wing sleevs. The full
skirt ended in a Chapel train.
Her four-tierred French illus-
ion veil fell from a cap of tulle.
She carried orchids on a Bible.
Newlywed Mrs. Hillman grad-,
uated from Miami Beach High'
School, Davis Institute and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Dr. Hillman graduated from
Orlando High School, the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he was
a member of Pi Lambda Phi
Fraternity, and graduated with
honors from Northern Illinois
College of Optometry. He now
practices on Miami Beach.
The couple left after the re-
ception to honeymoon in Nas-
sau and Havana. They will make
their residence at 6930 Rue Ven-
dome, Normandy Isles.
Miss Siege] To Wed
Mrs. Arthur Hillman
CANTOR
Beautiful voice, highly musical,
DAVNER and Baal koreh par ex-
cellence, seeks position; yearly or
High holidays.
W. A., Box 2973, Miami. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
of 7918 Collins Avenue,
today. Among guests present at the Arvan residence, 3425 Pj^ ^pink^ea-pearls d a
three-quarter circular veil. She
^hase Avenue, were Rita Brenner, Neil Beckerman, Robert Co-
hen. Candy Frankel, Joy and Bonnie Granat, Carol Hochberg,
patti Kantor, Helene Liebowitz, Vicky Miller, Jane Pincus, Rob-
ten and Jeffrey Quktner, Louise Reynold, Enid Rosenblum, Jerry
:slow, Clara Sue and Charles Stegemann, Ellen Tillis, Lynn
finson and Phyllis Waller.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Ehreinreich announce the birth of their
laughter, Sharon, at Jackson Memorial Hospital on May 15th.
* *
Mrs. Ann Brodsky, of Woodbridge, New Jersey, has been
tailing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elkan Flaum, 2990 SW 11th
Street. Mrs. Brodsky's son, Fred, will remain with his grand-
parents to complete the school semester here.
* *
Mrs. Cecelia Kasov. of 2256 SW 16th Terrace, Miami, is
Siegal.
. ..., ^u.....o n^nuc, Miami
in a pale pinK em- Beach, announce the engagement
oigandv gown, her of their daughter, Mildred, to
Bernard Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Rosenblum, New York
City.
Some 350 persons attended a
reception given in the couple's
cairitd an old fashioned bouquet
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of pink carnation and lily of the honor in New York on May 18th.
valley. .. I The wedding will take place on
A dinner at the Trocadero fol- June 2gth, in New York's Hotel
lowed the ceremony. Out-oi- westover.
tow- guests were Mrs. Bessie | ____________________
Str^S, nIw JYoyrkC Wayne I Miami Division. Jewish
Alter a honeymoon trip to New
Orleans, Louisiana, the couple
will reside at the Chevy-Chase
Apartments.
INSURANCE
HAVE YOU INVESTIGATED the
savings and service obtainable by in-
suring in MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANIES? "Compare the cover-
age, compare the cost.'*
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8407 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-8721
Mintzers Return
From israel
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mintzer, of
a:riage of her daughter, Muriel, to Mr. Samuel Alderman.
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All Steel Folding
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with padded seats
$3.29
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these hairs for :i '!>*" USCS. OW
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ored aeats!
Phone Orders Filled 5-5545
month in Israel.
Mr. Mintzer assisted construc-
tion supervisors there in demon-
strating Miami building tech-
1 niques for Israel's newest hotel,
, the Hotel Dan, which is now un-
, der construction by him and a
group of Miami associates.
Following their stay in Israel,
the Mintzers toured Europe for
; six weeks. They arrived in Mi-
lami on Wednesday.
' Carl Gardner To Discuss
Jews In Sports Sunday
Carl Gardner, one of the
i founders of the Miami Beach
Baseball Club and its president
| for three years, will speak on
What Is The Contribution Of
| Jews In Sports, Sunday June 1st,
115 p.m.. over station WIN. He
will be the guest of Harold Sha-
piro's radio program, Peoples
Problems._____________
Early Season Special
Irom SSO a week
American Plan
1DUNCRAGGAN INN
fMoy 30 to Oct. 1st.
tv ,,lt lot t'*e Bootltt
Women Meet Tuesday
A formation meeting for the i
purpose of presenting and select- :
ing a new slate of officers will be
held by the Miami Division,
Greater Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
on Tuesday, June 3rd, 10:30 a.m.,
in the National Cash Register
Building.
Silver Copper
Brass
Reputing and Repair. Reasonable.
Pick up and deliver. Call 3-695J.
9 to 12 a.m. 6 to 7 p.m.
The Officers and Directors of the Hebrew Academy
wish to express their heartfelt sympathy
and profound sorrow to
MRS. JACOB PLOTKIN and Children
upon the loss of their beloved Husband and Father
Mr. Jacob Plotkin
distinguished member of our Board of Sponsors
May his sacred end exalted life continue to be
an inspiration to his family and children.
May God comfort the bereaved amongst the mourners
of Zion and Jerusalem.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
BUDGET
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THE THEATRE GUILD
OF THE
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presents "HANGMAN'S NOOSE"
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SAT. SUN. MON. May 31st June 1st June 2nd
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Private swimming pool and lake. Golf on
18-Hoie Championship Course. 30 acres
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Horseshoes Shuffleboard P,r|9
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Riding Hiking Boatm?
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the famed Blue Ridge. Orchestra
Entertainment Nightly.
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Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Junsj 16th Thru August 8th
Transportation Hot Meals
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Limited Enrollment
Dr. Donald D. Michelson.
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A Few Vacancies Left Telephone 84-9121


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*Jewistfk)rldlkir_
IRIDA^MAYg,,
Elect Weinkle Federation President;
Granados Urges Further Support
iiied from Front I
I; S1 in n i Aax Oro
Mrs. Irving Lchrmnn
Mrs. LHirmsui To
llatl .Sowisli
WoiiifiiN 4roup
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
installed t.> serve a second year
as president ol the Conference
. ish Women's Organization
ts closing meeting lunc m
in I i Sax >i y Hotel on Wednes-
June 4th, 11 a.m.
>bi [rving Lehrn an will be
lling officer :inci guest speak-
Some til affiliated organiza-
- will then present a pro-
l song rid poetry entitled.
ama 01 Conference.
The National Jewish Wl
will also present punted
i ns to organizations that
ipated in s* nding packages
: the Aimed Forces in Korea
rig the past year.
Lewis Escotl and Mrs.
Hi >ld Rand are in charge of
rtsei vations.
J( : .
, Mrs,
\! '
1 i ii. 'i .Mi'.i i i "oina...... Bi '
Khun, Mi. Joa-
. !i I >u .,.\. Mi Ah i r, Mi
l .ii h: ICfralni (Sale, Bam
i ii i Zloi l llnsburg, I" J.
\i.\.-i <;lii-K :iii.i Mi-.- Clara <
Mi I...-...- Qoldman, n irry Qoi don,
I i; ossbi ix. Ml A A. Haj flen,
Si ,;. .,,ii loffman. Mi -. Bea Jaf-
f.i. Mis. Fred Jonas, Leonard Kalish,
Mr* henn Kit/.. Walter Kovner, Har-
old Kramer, Louis Krenaky, Rabbi
l.....ii Kronlsh and Abe Kurman,
Mi- Hair) l...ui.!\ Rabbi Irving
l/ehrman, Samuel C. Levenaon, Jack
s.% mow Liebnuui IH l^mis
Max Mel* I, Dr, l "in Mlohl
on, Mis. Stanle) 0 Myers, Sldnei
II i'.,iiii.-i. Maui Peai Isteln, Mrs.
iv i Pi Itlkin, Rabbi Joseph E Ra.es>
.,v-k> and Mrs Bam T Sai.....
Isadora Schwarta, Louis s, hwarix-
man Harold Shapiro Rabbi Max
-,., Mi- Ho| Sllvermnn, Ifc-nja
nin W Slote, Mrs Ids Kplvaek, Hor-
l, ird SterllnR, Sldnej Stiller, Colon*]
y x stone, George Tallanoff, Har-
old'Thurman and, Louis Zelents.
,., i ioveri ort ire Rabbi M
iiowlts, Harry Aberman, Mr*
: tblin, Sldnej Ansln, Rabbi 81m-
K \\ llllam Apte, Saul Ask-
Bai r, Sam Becki r-
n an, b'idne) I Bel nbaum, tb< Wren -
Vbi Blatt, Hai ) Blumln, Ar-
!: k, I', n Bronston, Danfel
II nad. Shepard Bros I, Mi William
Capland and David Catsman.
i.,,, c*ha i.in Sylvia Chertkof, Abe
! Joseph 'ohen, Bd Cowen, l. \ -
Josi ph I lallett, Ben I '..i -
bauiii, Joseph Duntov, L#u Rlsensteln,
Leon Kll, Ben Essen, Jai .b rlshinan,
|)r. Stiinlej FYehllng, Meyei Fried -
man, M lion Pi Ii Iman, Maurli i Fur-
and I "ii Bpsteln
Mn Sam < lertman,
cilllette, Louli Qoldman, Sam
Goldstein, Emll Gould, Archie Greea-
Jennle Grosslnger, Mis. Murnu
Grossman, Mauri,,. Grossman, Nat
Hankoff, Harrj Harris, Isadore II.. hi.
i.-.iii- Helman, Sam Helman, l.....n
Jacobs, Mrs. Ada Joseph and Mrs.
li H Kaplan.
Kaplan, Mrs Leon Kaplan,
Cantor Kelemer, William Kneapler,
M .i Kopelowits, Harry Koresky,
Ralph Lachman, Sam LacJiman,
North Dade Sisters
Hold Games Party
Benefit Dessert Luncheon
Garni Party will be given
tl Sisti rhood of the Forth
Ii Jewish C< ntei I Mrs. M.
an t her lion 1900 South
lie Drive, K> ystone Pi ii t,
sday afternoon, June 4th.
Mai J< ng and car is will
tured. Lillian Ma: row is
arge ol i emen!
in,.i Lehman, Jerome l^-Khuk. Mrs
Hoi I..si:.-, Rhlel Leaowoder, Mr- Nal
I.. \ n David Levinson, .' Gerald Ls>w
teph Lopton, Sam Llpton and
San Luby.
Prances Makovsky, Maury Mason,
Joseph Mechlow, Rabbi M. Meschel-
oM Baron deHlrsh Meyer, Ben Mat -
.-..- Mrs Ben Meyers, Mrs Benjamin
M Prai Miller, l l. Mintser,
Mi.- Joseph Mtntses, Philip Morris,
Jack Mura\ hit K. Dr. Josi ph Sai ut,
Hen Kovack, Coleman Olen and Mel-
\ in I'a/..!.
David Phillips, Mrs David Phillips,
Mrs Harrj Platoff, Joseph Postal,
Ted "Tltlkin, Sam Prosterman, Jacob
[1 alii Di II rold Rand Mr
, Ratnei .' iseph A. Rl hter,
Rosenberg, s im Rost, Burnel i
Itothj" Seymou Rubin, Irving San I,
Law I '
Al
C, Myers, Mi-. David Phillips
.Mrs. Arnold 9i d< '. M I! rold
- (Class, Al Comanor,
i s Jacobso .md M. C. !'
: ngei Hosti sses were the M -
dames Joseph Duntov, Max
Holtzberg, Harold Spa. t. William
I.oul. David B.-.-s and Milton
Sirkin.
The amendments proposed and
passed at the Annual Meeting
ivided for a revision in the
basis for selection of organiza-
tional delegates. The amend
ment to Article III. Section 4
(b) (li is. as follows:
AS PROPOSED
Rash i.iu.inizaiiiiii.il "i beneflclari
n mi..-: -hail i>. entitled lo one ajo>
.in,.r who snail known m an or-
ganisational governor and shall auto-
i au.ailv become a member ol the
Hoard "f UovernoBs ot PBDBRATioN.
i ugaiiiSHtloiis that liv.- a paid ui.m-
i..-iiii. of more than MM ni the and
..i then* lsl fiscal \,ar shall be on-
titled to on, additional organisational
governor foi even .......ismbers oi
fraction thereof bin nol to exceed
". governors. Local branches, section!
or groups ot National organisations
for the purpose of this computation
shall l.......nsldered as one organisa-
tion; however nun's and women's
branches shall l"- consldei i as p-
ar ite oi ganisstlons. Oloselj
groups, sui h a- men's clubs, t ster-
h.....Is, etc. ..i Temples and Syna-
gogues, shall in- considered as one
organisation with the undupllcated
ii'. nil., ship used for the purpose of
determining the number ol govei on
to which the parent organisation is
entitled; provided, however, that each
local beneficiary member shall be
entitled i......i less than two members
..n the Board of Oovernors The Pres-
ident and Executive Director, if any,
f each lo. al beneficlarj agencj. shall
nul.....atlc ill] I"- Hi. i- organisational
delegates, unless such local '
lary member shall designate two oth-
er iiH'inl.i : -
A musical- play. Federation
Terrific, produced and directed
by Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. with
the assistance of Mrs. Dorothy
Kaplan, followed. CSst in vocal
VYii-'J selections were Howard Kane
Officers of the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter. B'nai B'rith Yn
Women. icently installed at the President Madison Hotel H
row (left to righll are the Misses Rema Jackson, presideni- ]T
raine Grobman. vice president; Isabel Pagatsky, lecordino mS"
lary; anci Selma Rubin, fatiring president and installinn aSl
Front row (lefl to right) are the Misses Sue Goodman, treasurer
Marilyn Wohl. corresponding secretary; and Estherlee Kas's'
historian-reporter. M'
Mi mm tsopatkin
Crowned Queen
I Bea Taft. representing the Ha-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish &
A crowd of some
were present at thi
and Leo Chajkin. Members of
the cast were the Mesdames Aar-
on Farr, Arnold Seeder. Leon
Kaplan. John Temple. Jack Lev-
koff. Norman Rossman. Robert
Feldstein. Arthur Bcral and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers.
500 people
third An-
rual Day Dance sponsored by
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center to see Judge Ken-
neth Oka crown Miss Arlene Lo-
patkin Mav Queen Of 1952.
Miss Lopatkin represented the
Clara Hirsch Landua Chapter of i
B'nai B'rith Women and the ]
Young Adult Group of the Mi- j
ami Beach Jewjsh Center. In i
addition to a beautiful loving
cup she received a complete
wardrobe of clothes and a week-
end at the Saxony Hotel.
Runner-up in the contest was
SUPERLATIVE DINING
i IS IM Ccnhnnul Mim*
" 4 lo 10 PM.
beknie mayesson-s musicI
/Jonisl Youth
lAsts i .iiii|<"rs
General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars
Electric and Acetylene Welding
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Free Pick-Up and Delivery Wrecker Service
Phones S-2214, 2-6*:,2 840 S.W. 8th Street
Engraving Company
commercial
social
hotel
The Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission announced to-
day that campers who will be at-
tending Camp Tel Yehudah. the
', 'u "' \V '''^"'i'- National Young Judaea Camp in
\i Hi Si im. Sam Seltlln. Hendeisonvilie. r orth Carolina.
Mrs Monti > t. > are Delores Chernoff, Milton Lee
she. e, Tan Harriet SoUoway Ro-
Hai Mrs. berta Scherer, of Miami, and Bar-
bara Lee Ginsburg, Paul Weiss
and Allita Hoffman ui Miami
Beach.
June Moser, ol Miami, will at-
tend the National Young Judaea
Leaders Workshop in Henderson-
ville, North Carolina. Judy Sha-
piro, of Miami Beach, was a-
warded a scholarship to attend
the National Young Judaea six-
weeks Summer-in-israel tour.
Selected to atterd the IZFA
voiced a plea for the community six-weeks Leadership Institute in
huff. Mill Mrs Milton
tbi
... II M rs
- I M-. ii SI M
K .- i
M Otis Tl iu, Itarolil
\ '. v \ ,ii Rabbi A.
\ iphtall Wi 11
.\ \.,i,,', Wi Mrs
I'll Wi'l M Wei
\'. r>i ': ii leu H i
rd Wlen. Henry Wolff
rai ZeltSi
In accepting the position of
Federation president. Weinkla
.-
ENGHAVE0
calling (oidi
monogratnt
invitatiens
wedding announcements
dial 2-8164
to co tribute SiOO.OOO still due on
pledges made in 1951. declaring
that the community must raise at
least ST5.000 in order to exceed
last year's totals. "The Campaign
has raised SI.125.000. as of the
date of this Annual Meeting,"
yVeinkle said, "and while there
are 500 mon contributors HubIhere: Mrs. Peggy Kaplan. Miami
year than last, our local agencies Beach Jewish Center M< ns Club.
need considerably more than the
Cream Ridge. New Jersey, are
Robert Chait and Earl Lowen-
stein, of the University of Mi-
ami.
The scholarships have been
mad. availal le through the gen-
erosity of the following scholar-
ship sponsors, it was announced

"Treasured
Memories
that Lire
Forever
in Hearts
ot
l,ored-Ones'
13 2 n. e.
m i a m i
sixth street
32, f I o r ida
goals set at tlie start of the Cam-
paign."
President Weinkle announced
that he would call for an im-
mediate meeting t" elect the
i.udget and Executive Commit-
tees for the coming year. He In-
li ated that Federation
:m its community-planning
functions and fun
ii "in such a n im i i as to
Gr nii on a year-
round basis.
Mrs Lou i i '': r v gei r
'
mg. 'I he c> m m tti isisting
ments w i Leoi
;. :. tz, Stai
Samuel Magid. Mrs. Shepard
Bmad, Mrs. Gertrude E. Cohen,
Car! Weinkle, Mrs. Joseph Hut-
ner, The Lincoln Manor Restaur-
ant, the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission and Ben Zion
Ginsburg.
The scholarship winner and the
.;p sponsors will be hon-
ored at the closing meeting of
the Zionist Y luth Commission on
June 3rd, 8:15 p.m.. at the Bureau
Ji h Education Building.
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RIDAY. MAY 30, 1952
leth Jacob Has
losing Exercises
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
Iward certificates of honor for
Icrfcct attendance and outstand-
rg scholarship to pupils of the
Linda v Session Division of the
leth Jacob Roligious School dur-
\g closing exercises on Sunday,
June 1st, 10 a.m.
| First prize for scholarship will
. to Robert David Marvan. Oth-
citations will go to Marcia
Jresner, Joel Kornreich and Bar-
ara Backoff. The perfect at-
Indance prize will be awarded
fcanne Lynn Leon and Melinese
jrber.
[The program will feature songs
lid recitations by pupils of the
Ihool and will be opened with
I welcoming song led by Mich-
k] Rosenthal and Alvin Oulkis.
janne Leon will lead in the dec-
ration of faith, and Barbara
feckoff and Michael Rosenthal
111 follow with the singing of
fcdimah.
JGrace will be recited by Fran-
Is Stutso. with the participation
I the class. A dramatic poem,
|y Son Saul, will be presented
Marcia Dresner. Shavuoth,
III be declaimed by Robert Dav-
; van, A feature of the pro-
bin will be a Hassidic song I
1th motions, led by Melinese
Her,
Dther students participating
be Joel Kornreich and Flor-
; Pepper.
m +l*UtnrMB*
PAGE 9 A
Hotel. Top row rleft ,c rfrhtt e the SStaSPESfr reC6ntly inStalled at lhe San* Souci
Berlin Jack Janoff. Manuel Tanenbaum Har L?* BJr,Wn' """Ponding secretary; Samuel
ney Finger, treasurer. Leonard GhckZn "st !!SiJSA Leon Goodman, vice presidents: Sid-
Albert Hauer. financial secretary Bottom rVl M *' ?T^9 9ha"er- recording secretary; and
gWfcW Mre. liwrit KmbZLX2rZJl&*-'l4W Babbi David Shapiro, guest
Loeb past president and chairing Bernard ^nt '''Mr' ^Lesser, president; Mrs. William
president. _______ man- He"id Frank, installing officer; and Mrs. Frank Berger. past
ponists View
[eparations Issue
Jr.e Miami Zionist District will
II its next regular meeting on
lursdav evening, June 5th, 8
!.. at the Beth El Auditorium.
I symposium discussion on
Imian Reparations will be fea-
red, with Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
lirsky, spiritual leader of Con-
kgation Beth El, speaking in
Jt negative. Moderator will be
|bbi Max Shapiro, president of
Greater Miami Rabbinical
ociation.
OMtnaries
tasnxa r i.ki:
^Mkience. lie Survived by nlawlfe
^'"'"- i......me brother, aarence
Remains were gent to New York City
ror ervlcea and Interment by "The
Miami Riverside".
'., ,___IA<-'I! PLOTKIN
I, f 1127 Indian Creek Drive, paaaed
away on Ma> -'in,, a resident her?
ror trie pas! i., years, he was orlgln-
ajlyfrom Chicago, Illinois, He In
survived by his arife, Dlna. three
sons, Morton, Dr. Paul and Bernard
,." ,l"""|-. Mrs, Fannie Wolln,
Mr. I loikm also leave* two brothers
Harry and Louis, and two ulsters,
-Mis Ethel Peraorf and Mrs Betty
Brown. Services were "" Mav 26 th
al the Miami Beach Riverside, with
Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Max Sha-
piro officiating. Interment
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
!'V ,hl?,wWif<'' Mil,lrd. one son, Hor-
m-ri Ihilin Jr., and one (laughter.
Mis. Harrie Kronenben; lie also
leaves three slaters, Bdna, .len and
Mrs. Henry Harris, two brothers,
sdgar and Bchuyler, and two grand-
olui-ir.m. 8erylet were on Mav 26th,
Bl the Miami lleaih Riverside, with
i>r. Joseph Narol officiating.
TUt. JACOB J. WBINER
"7, of 1150 North lilseayn,. Point Road,
died ,,n May Mth. a praollolng phy-
: sleian In New York city, he is ur-
i vlved bj his wire. Marjorie. Remains
were sent to .\eu York city for serv-
ices and Interment by the Miami
Beach Riverside.
Was
mrs. i.i:\ii ('(iRNni.r.vi
aj. Of 4177 Sheridan Avenue, died an
May 24th. A resident here for the
past 13 years, she eame oi-lalnallv
rrom Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs. Porn-
Mam is survived In one daughter,
Hasina, and one brother, Harry Chap-
Ian. Services were on Mav L'ntn. at
the Miami lieaeli Riverside, with Rab-
bi Leon Kronish officiating. Inter-
ment was on Mount Nelio Cemetery.
HKRBKUT I'HII.II' WAI.I.MII
67, of 9081 Bmeraon Avenue. Surfside.
died on May 24th. A resident here
for the past 17 years, he is survive,I
Berg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Berg, formerly of 1024 47th
Court, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, June 1st, 1:15 p.m.,
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Berg is survived by his wife.
Elsa. Thurmond Monument
Company is in charge of arrange-
ments; friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
sFhSp
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i

ki'kiU
it
.,r ':;" {fastis*?
i M
osters filing the story of services performed by over 2,000 members of Mount Sinai Hospital's
iomen's Auxiliary displayed at the Auxiliary's annual meeting held at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Ten left to right are the Mesdames Saul Herm an. David Bass. Stewart Gordon, Morris Golden,
Bx Holisberg, Leonard Glasser. Arthur Burrell, I. E. Harris. Ben Bronston. Aaron Kanner. Abra-
fm Rogers. A. Ellis Golden. Miss Elsie Schwalbe. Nathaniel Klein, Harold Spaei. Paul Allen. Max
Nyer. Louis Snetman and Maxwell Hyman.
Hf'l li llavid Holds
Bac*ealaureate
Beth David Synagogue will
hold a Baccalaureate Service for
Jewish graduates of the Miami
High Schools
during religiou
services tonigh
at 8 p.m.
Dressed ii
cap and gown
the students wil
hear Irwir
Swichkow. pres
ident of the Mi-
ami High School
Senior C'las.
w h i c h consists
consists of 6 2 5
students, and.
Henry Fovcr,
who achieved the third highest
rating in scholarship, bring gen-
eral greetings.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will of-
ficiate, assisted by Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches and the Beth David
Studen* Choir, Floral offerings
will be by Mrs. Bernard A. Ster-
ling and Mrs. Harry Gordon. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow, spon-
sored by Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
Flagler-Granada
Closing Assembly
The Sunday School of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center held its Closing Assembly-
early this week.
Students receiving awards for
the highest examination marks
Were: Third Grade. Anita Leavy
and Kenneth Seid: Fourth Grade,
Stanley Jay, Justine Whitman
and Barbara Berg; Fifth Grade,
Michael Clein and Roslyn Stern:
and Sixth Grade. Marcia Robin-
son and Dorothy Rosenbloom.
Children receiving gifts for
perfect attendance were Betty
Block, Sandra Peyser, Sandra
Raskin, Marilyn Strauss, Steoh-
en Hert Elaine Burak, Gail
Ann Lebar and Allan Foodman.
Jesse Freed, principal, then
presented gifts to the following
teachers and assistants who have
voluntarily served for the past
year: Ann Shapiro, Ruth Fried-
man, Nancy Freed, Sydelle Lea-
vy, Roslyn Levine, Marion Co-
hen, Myrna Falk, Ben England-
en Irving Lax and Jack Block.
Dorothy Rothstein. has served
as song leader for the past two
years, and Pearl Reisman has
been pianist for the past year.
The staff of the Sunday School
has included Evelyn Clein, Char-
les Blau, Jack Cohen and Jesse
Freed.
Broadloom Carpets
in s Jewel.Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 South Miami Ave.
Our 27th Year Under Sana
Ownership. Management
In Miami
p. Wessel Heads
Jach Mizrachi
pn.i Beach Chapter, Mizrachi
pen's Organization, held its
fid annual election last Sat-
p evening.
Ida Wessel was elected
Mmously to succeed herself
pesident. other officers are
1 ihs Pauline Chill, vice
"dent; Sadie Babad, 2nd vice
Went; Goldie Sir, 3rd vice
|(;' n'_: Joseph Brenner, Child-
| Village chairman; Brenda
co-chairman) Clara Bre-
P- recording secretary.
I' Mesdames B. Suchman.
fponding secretary; Clara
1 '" assistant secretary;
Horn, treasurer; Gertrude
financial secretary; Rose
chairman, JNF; Sarah
publicity; and Ella Di-
program chairman.
? Chapter will hold its an-
ooat ride on Sunday, June
P P:m., and will leave from
in Miami.
Labor Zionists
Install Officers _
The Labor Zionist Council of
Greater Miami, consisting of six
Labor Zionist groups, will hold
I a Shavuoth Party tomorrow ev-
lening, 8:30 n.m.. in the Harfenist
Restaurant.
Installation of officers will al-
so take place at that time. Israe"
Shapoff will assume the duties
of president. Other officers are:
David Friedman, 1st vice pres-
ident: Nathan Oosrov, 2nd vice
president: the Mesdames Miriam
Halperin, 3rd vice president: Ida |
Zabarsky. recording secretary:
Ruth Ulis. corresponding secre-
tary; Ida Jacobs, treasurer; and ,
Anna Sorin Bild. publicity.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
greet the audience. Guest speak-
er will be Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth David. Dr. Harry H. Queen
is in charge of arrangements. Is-
rael Shapoff will be chairman of
the evening. ______
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for th;
mart 0 roam
Friedman Unveiling
The dedication'of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam-
uel Louis Friedman, formerly of
Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. June 1st, at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rab'ii Irving
Lehrman officiating. Mr. Fried-
man is survived by his wife,
Elizabeth, three daughters, in-
cluding Harriet Levine and Ada
Sagcr, of Miami, and three sons.
Thurmond Monument Company
is in charge of arrangements;
friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
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FBIDAY. MAY
30,
ADL Publishes lligotry Study: Tells
Ol World Anti-Israel Aetirities
(Continued from Page 4 A)
done great harm to the cause of
genuine anti-Communism."
The study condemned Com-
munist activities for "similarly
compli ating ard injuring" the
cvering in a New Yoik hot I
they probed the possibili-
ties ol .. secret deal.
Ttrms
According to the ADL report.
.!. i rma proposed were that the
against bigotry. It listed I Arab League nations, wouldsap-
. ; ,.. th port Comaun.st Chinas adm-
u ists to inject s false" sipn to the.UN,.adopt an attitud.
.. of anti-Semitism into sp>-of neutrality to the conmj be
trials tween East and West and put
Ah P-onaaanda pressure on the United States to
Arab P.opaganda 'modi:v its attitudes in the Far
The ADL r. port .-.Iso divulges F;(st
the -heretofore undisclosed- de- 1 g^^, bloc
"1,s ,f. '"' PrcP^a.nda Tc'4SnT would support Arab nationalism
of the United States wnich. ADL h* ePaJiishnlent of an in-
charged, was organized bv the
Arab League, official policy-
making body of seven Middle
East nations and directed by Az-
za-n Pasha, founder and secre-
tary-genera) of the Arab League.
The irvasion began in Sep-
tember. 1950. when Azzarr. Pasha
and s clique of propagandists
s. ,i as newspapermen, lec-
turers and government attaches.
.. rived in New York for the
Ui ited Nations sessions. The ob-
jective of their well-financed
,ign was to create a climate
of opinion so harsh to American
Jews that, at the least, the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and other vo!-
untary forms of aid to Israel
would Iind it difficult to func-
tion: and. at most, the United
State s would find it inexpedient
to assist Israel
"Azzam was accorded high dip-
lomatic courtesies by US officials
during his visit here, but behind
the scenes he plotted with what-
evei group could assist his pmp-
nda drive, from ii dustrialists
king oil concessions in the \
dependent Arab state in Pales-
tine, send Soviet technical BUS-
s.,ms t.i Arab countrits. favor the
return of Arab refugees to Pales-
tine ard provide the Arabs with
- and munitions.
The next day. at the UN ses-
sions, the ADL report noted. Arab
bloc delegates suddenly reversed
their previous positions and in
public statements and private
lobbying, declared themselves in
favor of recognition for Cum-
mui 1st China.
Azzam's overseer. ADL charg-
ed, was Haj Amin .1 Huaseini,
exiled Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
who collaborated with the Nazis
and sat out the war as Hitler s
guest in Berlin. As part of the
anti-Israel campaign, reported
ADL. "the Grand Mufti conceiv-
ed a death march' into Israel
a 'spontaneous' uprising of 500.-
000 Arab refugees women and
children in the lead who would
walk into Israel unarmed at a
given signal a few days before
Christmas.
ti-Sem tes
ADL investigations disclose
i ne tim< A. '" was
United
.hat the Aiab
. a- woul I land ith the
Iso met
ik and
: So' I UN deli gates one
secretly distributed rifls to Arab
refugees within Israel, at the
same tim< spending money to dis-
rupt their living conditions, block
food shipments and general-
ly make theii situation so intol-
that i. ey, too, would be
Irivei :ch upon the Is-
Hi liS."
Mrs. Joshua L. Lewis, national president of Mizrachi Women,
accepts proclamation designating May as Mother And Daughter
Membership Month from New York's Mayor Vincent Impellilten.
The ceremony launched a rr.or.th-long effort to enlist mothers and
daughters throughout the country as members of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization of America, which provides extensive child-care.
education and social services for Israel's newcomers and youth.
Praesidium of the Conference On Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany, after a meeting with Secretary of State Dean Acheson.
in Washington. The Jewish leaders reported to Mr. Acheson on
the progress of the negotiations with the German Federal Govern-
ment, at The Hague, urged continued US support for Jewish and
Israeli malarial claims against Germany and advised the Secre-
tary of States that a settlement with Germany can only be reach-
ed within the framework of agreements which will satisfy the
claims presen.'?d by both the Government of Israel and the Con-
ference. The Presidium, shown outside the State Department,
consists of rleft to right) Frank Goldman, president of B'nai
B'rith; Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the American section
of the Jewish Agency; Jacob Blaustein. president of the American
Jewish Committee; Adolph Held, president of the Jewish Labor
Committee; and Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American
Jewish Congress. Moses A. Leavitt. honorary secretary of the
Presidium, accompanied the delegation.
T
, ar- members of the Lear School Kindergarten Graduation Class. Left to ,iv.
n Elliot Sutton. Elena Vogelfang. Donna Schlosiman. Jackie Goldman. Sttw.r. u
Maiqold. Marina Storper. P.orin Levitt. Vellis Finsberg. Michc-; Whitney b4. ..
Shown above
SeyerMSaUrk0Ma. gold. Marina Storper. F.ori rg. Michc > Whitney. -
son'Toni Russcol. Bruce Lewis. Neil Parkei. Barry Freeman. Mauro Fernandez and Michael:
ner.
Graduation Classes of Beth David. Beth El, Miami Beech Jewish Center and Miami HabrewSdJ
received their diplomas at Graduation Exercises sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education?
the Miami Women's Club last weak. Seated (left to right) are Lester Cohen. Allan Lauto. Dni
Homer Ruth Weinstein. Harriet Levy. Marcia Savrantky. Norman Grossman. Martin Lunt
Arthur'Meyers. Standing (left to right) are Leonard Rothbart, Louis Levin. Anton Chaplin."
Spiegel. Harold Klapper. Charles Hirsch, Harvey Schwartz, Paul Ruthfield. Victor Butt
Lefcoe and Harold Waller. ___________
Gtotjil

Students of t:.\j Coral Gables Jewish Center Hebrew School first grade class will appear rfl
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson on the Greater Miami Rabbinical Television!
on Sunday. June lit. 11 a.m. Shown are (bottom row. left to right) Nancy Beckman. NancyVtm
George Gelb. SlM Adelman. Vickie Stimmerman. Jfy Press. Linda Frorr.kin. fjn^ "u*""|
Adena Skop. Middle row (left to right) are Phillip Isis. Jimmy Reiter. Linda Weiser.Brt wl
berg. Emily Schwartz and Kenneth Green. Top row (left to right) are Marshall TaDM._* j
Hirsch. Helene Ames. Jerry Sanders. Barry Wasman. Susan Soibey. Kenneth Jai.ee ana
Chasan._______________________________________________
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1
dm
Discussing the organisation here of a Women's Division for the College of Me die jl
versity, aiv (left to right) Dr. I. H. Shoulson and the Mesdames Jennie Grossing*-
William Loeb. Leo Robinson and R. William Apia.____________________________
'
Ft**J
Shown abor are Board members and officers of the Greater Miami ch.apt'rLhm^n. xcblfi
the Hebrew University, at a recent inception held in honor of Dr. Frederic WCprer.i' tM^
fesaor of the Israel institution of hiqher learnino. Left to right ai\ Mrs. Anna d
Mindlin. Dr. and Mis. Lachman. Mrs. Bess Nel on and Jennie Grossinger.


FHIDAY. MAY 30, 1952
Dan
McCarty
IWins Race
With some 1,500 of Florida's
11682 precincta reporting late
Wednesday, Dan McCarty, Fort
,, businessman, amassed a
I ,,! 339,720 votes to assure
. oiy in the Gubernatorial
ice.
grailey Odham, McCarty's op-
uom.ni in the Tuesday runoff,
Ceivcd a total of 303,000 votes
. a last ditch stand which saw
gjm go down to defeat.
In Dade County's final, unof-
ficial tallies, George Brautigam
efeated Glenn Mincer and be-
fame State Attorney, scoring a
I 69,074 votes. With 73,656
ites, Tom Kelly defeated J. B.
son for office of Sheriff.
John Gautier defeated incum-
er.t J- N. Newt Lummus for Tax
bsessor, when latest tallies
lowed his score as 66,776 votes.
Ihcpaul Broad was defeated by
Brant Stockdale in the. County
Commissioner's race in District
Bo. 5. when Stockdale received
(total of 68,141 votes.
| An overwhelming score of 70,-
II votes for John Marsh as.su r-
his Victory in the County So-
citor's race over Emmett Ke-
ln other races here, Thel.
irtison was victorious. Fran
. Christie was chosen Peace *
|, District No. 2. Ruth Sut-
bn defeated Milton Friedman
the :-arr.e office in District
... 3. George Rogers bested E.
I. Lewis, Jr., for Constable in
b:-; No. 2. The contest be-
fceei Leonard Tobin and John
I Constable in District
,5 : mains ur.decided and will
epiiul upon the absentee ballot
lly.
[Freeholders here voted over-
| for the City Bond
t ned to implement a
\ p isal system. As ol
: y. Senator Richard
I (!i orgia, running for
( l'u sidential Dem-
I date, had ,ama
I' 2 to 1 over Tennei
iver tor delegates to
Convention in July.
KhjrtsMkrtdtor)
Yeshiva Holds First Annual Dinner
At Monte Carlo Hotel On Monday
Continued from Front Pna mwiTOUy
PAGE II A
Continued from Front Page
Benediction will be delivered by '
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
The committee in charge of
dinner arrangements include the
Mesdames Jack Ablin. Louis
iGlaaser, Bess Nelson and Mr
(Monte Selig. On the Standing
Committee are:
BOARD in- DIRECTORS: R Wll
"am *l.....na Bi.....ad i..,
General Chairmen; Jai k Ab
1 in- >"'-- Irving ( en Ben
Danbaum. Si.....; u ,..,;.
I '" Mrs. Jen-
' Orosel -I Herald Lewis, Mrs
Bess Nelsi k K Sh
Monti .-. || \\ |n|,|e
BOARD oi SPONSORS; Sam
Blank. A. Rlatt, Leon Ell. Uen lain-
baum, llurton H OoUIki, in, Dr. Maur-
ice i ioodman, Paul Gi -m.. s ,m.
uel Qrundwerg, Howard Kane, LquIk
J. Krensky, Aaron Kanner,
Kennln and Samuel Lobcl.
Uarcle l.iebermati, Sam Luby, Jr .
Baron di Hlrah Meyer, I. I.. Mtntzer,
David Phillips, Sam Rolnhard, 1.....
Robinson, Morrii Rubin, Dan B. Rus-
kin. Joseph Rose, Harry Blraonhoff,
Harry Slrkln and Melvln Wcinklc
BOARD OK PHYSICIANS: Dr. Al-
fred Auguatln, D.D.S., Drs. Ki;uii,\
Frehltng, Abraham U. Hollander,
Louis Dr. Joseph Lookstein
Dr. Harry Zimmerman
David Nathan, Harold Rand; M. M.
Reekson and Charles Werblow.
BOARD OP FOUNDERS, WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION: Mrs. Jack
Ablln. Mrs. it. Williams Apte, Mra,
Sam Blank, Mrs. Louis Gfeaser, Mrs
Jennie Grosslnger, Mrs Bess Nelson,
Mrs. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. David Phil-
lips. Mrs Le0 Robinson and Mrs.
Monte .-.
BOARD m RABBIS: Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan, Rabbis Meyer Abramowlti,
April, Abraham Casael, Isaac
Ever, Alexander Gross, I.....n Kronlsh,
Irving Lehrman, Moses Mescheloff,
Joseph Rackovsky, Max Shapiro, Mor-
ris Skop and Shmaryahu Swirsky.
On Tuesday noon. Drs. Beikin,
Zimmerman and Lookstein will
meet with Dr. Bowman F. Ashe.
president of the University of
Miami.
Philip Weinstein
Graduates With
Highest Honors
Philip Weinstein, Jr.. sun of
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Wi
1516 SW 12th Street, wi I gradu-
ate on June nth. Magna Cum
Mrs. Myers To
Head JSSB Here
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers was re-
elected president of the Jewish
Social Service Bureau at the 32nd
annual meeting of trTe Bureau
held in the Shel'oorne Hotel last
Sunday morning.
Other oficers elected include
Judge Harold Spaet. vice presi-
i dent; David Cateman, vice prcsi-
, dent; Herbert Seher, vice presi-
dent: Bernard Pallant, treasurer;
: and Mrs. Harold Rand, secretary.
I In an introductory address.
Mrs. Myers stressed the growth
and development of the Bureau.
i Pointing out the Bureau's re-
j lationship to the Greater Miami
! Jewish Federation, the re-eleeted
president indicated that th" de-
creasing DP program here had
, resulted in cutbacks in Federa-
tion allocations and intimated
i that funds previously applied to
'refugee placement could be used
to augment the service agency's
local program.
Morris Klass. executive direc-
tor of Federation, then discussed
the history and future of JSSB
I here. Indicative that his remarks
j were unofficial, he stated that
he favored a closer relationship
between the Community Chest
and Federation.
legal hotice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15026'.
In ihf matter of the petition
if WILLIAM H. MORGAN for I le
Adoption <>f LINDA LEIGH CRUM-
I.i:\, a Minor ehllii.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TO: ROBERT K CROMLEY,
c/u Pittsburgh City Polli
I lepartmenl
PlUspnrgh, j.,.nn
YOU are herehj notified that Wil-
liam II. MORGAN has filed u peti-
tion in this cms.- for the adopt i l
the a hlte female Infant b n to
U-ICE K. CROMLEY. now ALICE K.
MORGAN, on the nth day of .v .
ber, 1940, in Pittsburgh, Peni
la, and whose nami is LINDA LKIOII
("l!( MLEY. and yon arc hereh
fled to be anil appear in th*
styled Court on the 27th dai ol J i< .
A.D. 195Z, and then and then
cause if any there be, why ald pe-
tition for adoption of said mhvii i
by tin- said petitioner, should I
grante I.
DATED at Miami. Dade Co
Plot Ida, mi this 27th day ol M c .
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk hi circuit Co
1 lade Count i. Plot Ida
By: M. C. FEIGE
l >eputy ('Icrk
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Petitioner
910-1J qlympla Building
.Miami. Florida.
5/3U 6/8-l:t-2n
LEGAL NOTICE
Germans Fear
Reparations Break
BONN (JTA) The West Ger-
man Government was severely '
criticized here early this week
for its failure to present a con-
Crete proposal on reparations to
Israel and to Jewish commun- |
ities in other countries.
Fear that a collapse of the rep-
arations talks would have unfav-
orable effects on German pres-
tige abroad, were expressed by
Dr. Kurt Schumacher, leader of
the Social Democratic Party. He
. urged immediate action by the
Planning Director M."c. government to offer a "substan-
iinger. itial"' amount to Israel.
attending will be Maur-' Dr. Adolf Arndt. an opposition
Pearlstein, executive director leader, charged that the govern- .
|t Jewish Home for the Ag- ment parties were trying to sab- [
I Ephraim Gale, executive di- otage the reparations talks at
p>: of the Greater Miami Jew- The Hague. He complained that
Community Center; Albert
executive director of
Jewish Social Service Bur-
: and Louis Schwartzman,
pcutiye director of the Bureau
Ji" ish Education,
schwartzman will also attend
Conference of Jewish Educa-
> in Philadelphia.
Jtr.ers attending the Chicago
' erence will be Miss Marv
.eaders Attend
Chicago Meeting
re iter Miami leaders in the
ial work, philanthropy
d community planning will at-
ind the Annual National Con-
(roiKc of Jewish Communal
felfare in Chicago June 1st
irouuh 5th. it has been announc-
by the Greater Miami Jewish
(in.
rhe professional meeting will
ture special seminars and dis-
Wons in the fields of case
1 ip work and commun-
rganizatioa Representing
ttion will be Executive Di-
Morris Klass and Com-
I
he had repeatedly attempted to
have reparations items included
in the new budget but had been
defeated in the Bundestag com-
mittee bv Dr. Fritz Schaeffer, the
Finance Minister.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND KOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150281
GLADYS !:. nil.I.max. Plaintiff,
Vs.
KENNETH V HILLMAN,
I defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'In: KENNETH V HILLMAN
2 Bryant -i "r< scent
Bryant Qnrdi it
Whit. Plains, N.Y.
Y< 'l' are a oops
of rout anawi i to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce "ti plaintiff's at-
torney and rili Mi. Iginal ans
( In the i ifl of the Clerk of
the ("Ire ill i 'otn I on or before the
27th dnj of June, \ I >. 1952; other-
thi n: fin 11|.
vi I eretofon i eln will be
HATED it M I
f JI
' VTHEKM VN,
. I
. (..
By: WM W. STI It'KINi I

mi.I uddri
. IMnlnt it- A"-
NOKMAN R. LY( >NW
910-12 i lb n .i Building
f Miami, I ."
:, 30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT n*
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15026V
DOROTHY MAKKIIAM, Plaintl I
vs.
CHARLES MAKKIIAM. Defend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES MARKHAM
SU m luntain Avenue
Berkley Helahts, New Jerae
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bin .r Complaint for DB i i
has been filed acalnal you in the
Ibovi entitled cause and you
hereby required to serve a cot of
your Answer to the Bill of com.. .
on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and "file
the original in the office of the
of the Circuit Court on or befo
:'..'ili day of June, 1952. If you fall
t.i do so, Judgment by default ui'l
be taken against you for the relief
il In the Bill of Comp
Dated at Miami, Florida, this i,th
day ..i May, 1952,
This notice shall be publish, d
each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I-l.dlMI'l \'
i: I'.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit r,m i
By: VVM. IV. HTi
Deputy i
BALLOT, SILVER .v MCLLOY
Att - : h graham Building
M orlda
6 6-1.1-2(1
Philip Weinstein
Laude, from the University of
Miami.
Ranking second highest in
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
Aaronson. Case Work Supervis-
or, and Miss Frances Zaslofsky. scnolai.snip jn the Bachelor of
case worker with the Jewish bo- sderce graduating class, Wein-
stein is also top man in the pre-
medical school and eighteenth
, in a class of some 900 graduates.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns i-i engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
liisv BEE EXTERMINATORY, at
Dade County, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
1 ,. villa.
HAROLD SAMl'ELS
JOHN JAMES BACK
STANLEY L. DREVITSON
MILTON MAMBEB
Attorney for Applicants
:r.ii Lincoln Road
5/10 (i 8-18-20
cial Service Bureau.
Miami's One
And Only
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
Large Stock
On Hand For
Immediate
Delivery 1
Serving the Jewish
Community Since 1926
Exclusive Dealers
ROCK of AGES
MEMORIALS
3277-79 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 44922
He is a former secretary of the
f Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and
: was president for two years of
I the freshman honor society, Phi
Eta Sigma. He is treasurer of
i Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-medical
honor society, and president of
' the Inter-Club Council. Wein-
stein is also secretary of the In-
ter-Fraternal Council, a member
of the Chemistry Honor Society
and the liberal arts honorary
Delta Thcta Mu.
A member, as well, of the sci-
ence honorary. Tri Beta, and the
University of Miami highest hon-
orary, Phi Delta Kappa. Wein-
stein is listed in Who's Who In
-.uiAiufi p 'V seSenoo uBDuamv
sities. He will continue his med-
ical education at Washington Un-
iversity, St. Louis, Missouri, in
the fall.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150273
Mildicil A. Yurileh, Plaintiff
vs.
HERMAN VL'RSICH, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HERMAN YI'IOIi'H.
. nee I 'nknown
TOO are required to serve n copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney and to file the original ans-
wer in the i ii'i'i.e of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before tin- -Tih
day of June, A.D. 1952; otherwise,
the Bill ( Complain! for divorce
heretofore Bled herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, rioiida. this 27th
d.-.v of May. A.D. l'.'.'ii'.
fe. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk ci the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Deputy Clerk
Name and address ol
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS
fllO-12 Olyrmila HuHding
Miami, Florjda
r,/30 6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERBBY OIVEN that
the underalpnod. dcslriiiK to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BATWELL RESTAURANT, at l>9 N.
Miami Avenue. Miami. Pla Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANN WKINBECK
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
;i- Beybold Bldg.
r,/30 6/6-13-215
Champagne Dance
A Champagne Dance will be
given by the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Masada at the Delano Ho-
tel tomorrow evening. Tony Nu-
nez and his orchestra will pro-
vide the dance music.
S. J. Freed man
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
Hebrew Religious SuppDee
For Synagogues end Private
Use. JUsovfor Hebrew Schools.
OnBD TD10
Telephone 5-9017
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149371
BENEDICT IIIMMKl.. Plaintiff
vs.
CLIFTON BRILL and MINNIE
IIRILL, husband and wife, individ-
ually, and as co-partners: ED-
WART RAPE, als.. known as ED
RAPP and HAZEL M. RAPE,
his wife; and ALBERT FREE-
MAN, and MART FREEMAN, his
wife; ERNEST ROSSI and ARDIS
McCULLY, Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO:
CLIFTON HIIILL AND MIN-
NIE BRILL, his wife, individ-
ually and as co-pailners. \\ I,
residences are unknown.
ALBERT FREEMAN AND
MARY FREEMAN, his wl
wiii.se residen.es are unkn-.
EDWARD RAPE, also known
as ED RAPP, AND HAZEL
RAPE, iiis wife, whose res -
dences are unknown,
and to each of them, if living, an I If
any be dead, to their unknown heirs,
devisees, leguteea, or trustees ind
to the unknown grantees, assign
Honors, creditors or others cut
by, thi'ouKh or under the above nam-
.1 deft mi.nits and eaeii of them:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Itill of Complain! t" Fon
thai certain chattel Mortgage
Ma> 29, 1951, recorded June
in Chattel Mortgage Hook -n;:: on page
ll of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida, a copy of
Chattel Mortgage Is attached to the
said Hill of Complaint as "Exhibit
H", has been brought by the Pi .
in the above named court against
you and other* as Defendants I
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or other pleading to
the said Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, HAKOl.n /.inn. 6or> Lin-
COln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. .1
file the original of such Answer or
other pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida, on or before the
30th day of June. 1951, in default of
which the Complaint will he taken
as confessed against you.
The property referred to in said
Chattel Mortgage Is described therein
as being "all of the goods, chstt
an.l personal property now In
.:' business located al 1518 S W,
Mh Street. Miami. Florida, and known
as lll.MMKl.S BALL A.- CHAIN BAR
A RESTAURANT", as the same are
more particularly described and item-
ized in the inventory which ll at-
tached hereto, and made a part I:
of": together with those certain des-
cribed leases, licenses, rents, Issues
and profits of the said described goods
and premises.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 87th
day of May, lft"2
E. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Clreull I'
Dade Conntv rioi Ma
lly It II. KICK. Jit.
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
5/30 H'fi-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deelrtns to engage in
business under tho fictitious name ol
JEWISH FI-ORiniAN PRINTERS
ltO N. K 6th Street. Miami. Fla.. in-
tend to register said name witH th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TWIN CITY PRESS, IN('.
5/-l-2S-90
.


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jnq The Week ...a i see it
_ rn vrmriT tm
By LEO MINDLIN
f organizations sponsored by any community at large
eads 01 ubject to tne tyrannies ol silent pretenders who seek
lost often J)rts pUblic. As professionals, they are forced to
fekc t.;<' ith tne naive demands of what journalists call "com-
lewifelh IFftodJian
MIAMI, FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. MAY 30. 1952
SEC. B
y leaders
. the weakness or strength of any such director is
nevit:mi>. deree ancj frequency with which he accedes to
in Tnc distressing thing about the conflict between a
'"''""head, for example, and sponsoring "leaders" is the
"l ved tactic based on financial threat. Few. indeed, are
r ; : who will not yield to such coercion .n the far- ol
' r nor of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, is dislirc-
Al M^iri as an uncompromising agency heac. Apart from
in< d intellectual understanding and lucid verbalization,
profouii ^^ ^.jj haye nQ truck witn incompetence. At
k8 Hee's impatiently with meddlers who impose their atii-
1 means of gaining recognition. This is far from sayinq
VS !mor is not open-minded, for he is. But his competence
1 ii attributed to the selective manner in which he invites
* Sessional participation in JSSB activity and democratic
18 i between his Board and ?taff.
>p rencv heads here would do well to emulate Comano-.'i
K1 BecoBifein* his ability, few laymen have attempted to pit
Pmhition against his intentions. Few have warned him to tn a I
Yeshiva Medical College On Way
"aUeeed*interaat'of the community. He continues to
l'V,n n who would rather swim than wade. He turns no
I satisfying the uninformed mass. Those who would
, contrarily been forced to respect. The Jewish Social
k .:

I is heir to Con.anor s attitude.
others in the area, the Bureau is sponsored by the
t : Miami Jewish Federation. But urlike them, it rec.
1 r nortion of its funds irom the non-sectarian Community
a in -lddt-d distinction, the Bureau is recognized as the
Jrv-ice agency here. Rut its tradition and evolution are even
r i ble They extend to a period in American Jewish his-
then much of the tinsel city was mangrove swan p
r-Thp'Jewish Social Service Bureau is an outgrowth of early
lt to dole out relief. In their basket-receiving days, clients
Lr anencies were objects of shame. Citcn. they were le-
t'd as sodrii Tnd financially incompetent. Little effort was
Ij to uplift them from their positions of disadvantage beyor.d
Linina them on a partial basis.
K- worken were culled from what is tastelessly called
tv No proiessional training or code of ethics was considered
luisite lor case handling. The principal need was spare time.
Re useless sympathy extended clients (along with the hand-
1 food baskets) served no other purpose than to aggrandize
Orovitz To Head
Mount Sinai For
Fifth Term
Max Orovitz, president of the
Alfrfd Destin Company, has bi-en
re-elected president of the Board
of Trustees at
Mount Sinai
Hospital.
One of the
community lead-
rs who took a
leading role in
the founding of
the institution,
Orovitz enters
his fifth term as
hospital presi-
dent.
Other officers
elected were:
vice presidents,
he Jewish Social Service Bureau here has grown in concep-
vith the growth in general awareness through developments
iss psychiatric understanding.
hange in function of the service agency has led to the ap-
knent of professional personnel trained in university social
[schools Those applying for help are no longer necessarily re-
'd as misfits. Indeed, the agency's new stand is that counsel-
nust not be restricted to the financially ind gent alone. Its
endeavor has thus spread to include advising families suf-
, from acute emotional distress. Operating on the theory hat
Uthv societv roust incorporate healthy family units and that
"nily musFb!Reserved at all costs the Bure au now carries
niatric arm which deals with mtra-famil.al tensions.
hus. the revolution in the agency's reason for /^""EX?
plete. Within it* realm is now n entire field of financially
fcnsible persons who may seek guidance. Specifically, ts aim
fe of affective neutrality. The case worker s object-self
emani for maximum agency service. The Bureau ideally has
ne an instrument through which the varying needs of resi
(hS^cau^cht-a in situation (whether'OangAsocialor
pnal). however, is the personal relationsh.o between worker
Kent. Affective neutrality would represent the best ope alive
rd. but unfortunately men are not mechanical. An optimum
Of objectivity on the part of the case worker is thereto"
. with the worker's own need reduced to a,r^X members
ttreau has Cune a long way since its early days when members
! upper strata implemented their vanity through social woik.
I would seem that'the JSSB* area of operation thus incorpor-
eal residents who are financially and 'n^&A^SSS^
the vast Displaced Persons program has added increas
di ns to its schedule of activity. ,. (MUi.
r a number of years. The Bureau has had to addI toibi agenda
cases of new Americans. In conjunction with the Jtwisn
i S( rvice, the National Council of Jewish Women and We
Workshops, among others, it has had to take .'
elling refugees emotionally disturbed by thcii fci..P
..nd Tn offering them financial and m'.f'''a''''' redi.
ederation's sponsorship of the JSSB here has been predi
I largely on the Bureau's work in the DP P'ograrn. As tne
feer of displaced persons influx decreases, hwawr. ftUM
\ the agency for continued operation have *^-lltd
cd simultaneously. Thus. Federations recently Pu"\f
let indicates that the JSSB allocation for rrfxt year will Be
SJO.000. This hardly compares with last ^ar s S8CJ300 |,
Bon or with that set aside the year before (in the neighbor
f;: dV'JsUc'decreases in Federation funds JfjLi^!
that locally indigent persons ar, hardly
k ur i nt overseas program. In light ol J==y whit Pedi
I the latest aflocation is ^un^ngthffaygen^mus
ide apparently amounts to is that the ^"cyj"""
' msorship entirely from the Community unest
I 12nd annual meeting of JSSB held to the Sheioorne
last Sunday, the executive director ol FederaUon, orr
was thrown squarely against the problem concerning^ uture
b organization with the service agency. t.iii
Iv C, Myera, president of the JSSB Board had outlined tn
\ panded activity in the face of the aiminisning ^
reference to the 1950 Morris fcM*tt*J2^hac
cooperation was su.ges.,,1 among F d at., n.
tan? the JSSB. Mrs. Myers :.y I -;; "
inds earlier applied to refugee di.-pi > j ,
ce agency to continue the implementation c
In line with the amendment to its charter by the New York State
Boartl of Regents. Yeshiva University is now angaged in a na-
tional S25.000.000 drive to MtrVlish a r. on -sectarian medical center,
including colleges of medicine, der.tistry. nursing, public nealtn
and qraduate divisions. To bj located in the Bronx. New York,
in allfiliation with the city's 1.250-bed $33,500,000 Bronx Municipal
Hospital Center, the medical school is scheduled to open in Fail,
1953. Shown above is a section of an architect's drawing ot the
Jewish-sponsored project.
By SAMUEL C LEVE.NSON
Within the next thirty days, a spade will be forced into the
ground in the Bronx. New York, and a long dreamed-of desirea
Jewish college of medicine-will begin its transformation from
thought to deed, from the architect's drawing board to facts of con-
crete and steel. Adjacent to the large and impressive hospital in
the Bronx, now quickly r.earing completion at a total cost Of $Jt,-
500,000, will be built the first medical school sponsored by Jewish
funds exclusively. j figures ten an even more emphat-
For 114 years, the New York r stQry
State Board of Regents has re- I fa 19Q5 for examplei the Amer-
frained from granting a charter 1^^ population composed some
for a medical school. In the face j 80 000 000 persons. Approximate-
of obvious instruction plant short- ;. J65 medicai schools were in
! existence, witn a total enroll-
I ment of 26.000 students and 5,400
graduates in the field. The most
recent national census shows that
the population has doubled since
then, while the number of schools
for the study of medicine has
been reduced to 76, with the
nu.rber of students enrolled, as
well as the number of graduates
Orovitz
'Samuel Friedland, Dr. Morris
! Goodman, J. Gerald Lewis, Dan
j B. Ruskin and William D. Singer;
treasurer. Leonard A. Wien: and
secretarv. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Louis Krensky. newly,
elected president of the Women's
Auxiliary, was appointed to the
Board of Trustees as a represen-
tative of the women's group.
In accepting the presidency,
Orovitz paid tribute to members
of the Board for their efforts in
behalf of Mount Sinai's accomp-
lishments. He singled out espec-
ially the hospital's second post-
graduate medical seminar held
'ast week, "which made medical
.history in the South by fostering
[the dissemination of clinical and
research information to physic-
ians of the area."
ages, the Board turned away
>cutive Director Klas. followed by "g^^^etS
fiany questions. A la the late Robert Benchiey. n^ ., ,
lour age 8S atomic, brunch and pill box. When he flU y 9
|c question .1 hand. Kiss, claimed S'tSSfffiW
|S that his remark, mu.t be considered a. unofficial- ^
limself from an inbred Federation "hich has conspi
financial leader, from it. own fund '""StfSSrf mem-
1 the specific characteristics necessary BMf" DO
|even ihough no one. as I recall, had asked ">; Uon supp0rt
"pass then went on record as favoring full ^< ,e_
Jewish Social Service Bureau, with Miami jew y izailon
[f'on of the Community Chest controlled by n b de a
fl to tread on the toes of "communal leaders.
lasteven if unofficial and several years iaie.
many applications for such es-
tablishments from Catholic. Prot-
'cstant and lay groups, alike. The
i Board of Regents' granting of a
'charter to Yeshiva represents a
significant change in binding pol-
icy operative over the span of a
ifull century during which the
expanding society
I fell prey to tradition.
The existi nee of a four per-
cent quota system vi Led against
.J, v. ,'. \s. ; a precipitat-
ing factor whii I the B
ol R. gents to recognize the n ed
lical college under Jew-
|ish yeshiva Uniyer:
sity'a c Hi ol Medicine thus
looms in added irrportance; while
by fai greatest part of the
fuCds : : r 'ts construction
come froi i Hie Amer an
Jewisl VA, scho1
has a! an "n"
ompn stand "' l"vclls'
crimination.
st idy of medicine, surgerj
and d( ?8 ""' ,!",
plementation ol rr.edical rese
will I adn inistered at Yi
hv a Board ol Overseers aug-
mented by a faculty and stu
body chosen on the merits ol
. ;.,. and servi to the com-
y ai i without regard to
race cre< d ir se:
Vi' niversitj i nceives
a college of nr.ed.cine under lU
auspices that will rank second to
none in 1
. scheduled I i Fall, 1953,
., .;, include 100 students tm
largest of any school's known
u, re The curriculum will em-
brace departments in anatomy,
biochemistry, biophysics, medi-
. ne mocrobiology. neurology,
psychiatry, obstretics and gyn-
aecology, pathology, pediatrics,
pharmacology, physiology, pre-
ventive medicine and surgery
World War II emphasized the
need of more physicians to pre- i
America's health. Graphic I
i the field, remaining almost
the same. .
While the caliber of surviving
schools has improved, the need
for more physicians grows alarm-
ingly. American Jewry aims to
fill that need through Yeshiva
University's College of Medicine.
It is quite possible that care-
ful search would uncover a sing-
le individual capable of endow-
ing the Yeshiva University Col-
lege of Medicine so that its con-
struction might move forward
without fund raising efforts. But
in the tradition of Moses, the
Law-giver who considered "na-
tional assets" as the indigenous
assets of a people, it is anticipat-
ed that the $25,000,000 needed to
complete the project will come
during the rext three years from
the hearts of all Jewish men and
women.
The combined effort will bring
to a reality an age-old dream.
serve Americ
Shown li a recent scholars' gathering are (seated, left UjiM)
Times.


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View Growth, Development Of JNF
Collection Box; Gather $10,000,000
.*

By A. SCHREIBER
In the year 1902, th<
i Kice Welt, the official
organ of the World Zionist Or-
ganizati n, 1i ceived a re)
tei fron a Mr. Kleinman, of
Nodvoi sn in East-
. which read: "After
11 ading me aec>
t Congress t Ker-
i :-... emet La i '.. I decided
to do jorr.et'rinj; '. to car-
ry u' the idea of redeeming the
land with 'pennj penny'. I
i box with the
National Fund on it.
ip in a prominent plait in
The results so far
ve been very encouraging. I
would therefore suggest that Oth-
ers collect contributions for the
Keren Kayt mi :: in t!:.s way .
This was the first of a stream '
< f similar suggestions that flowed
into the editorial offices of Die
Welt. U'.der tht- powerful stimu-
lus of spontaneous mass reaction
and the desire to help realize :
Jewry's age-old dream Zionists ;
of that day. individually and en j
masse, actually created the Jew- '
ish National Fund's most popu-
lar collection device the fam-
ius blue-and-white Box.
In Galicia. Kleinman conetruct-
ed a box. In Heidelberg. Pro-
Hermani had a
ade to or l< r. > ven L>
Fifth Z tigress sane-
idi fa Jewish Na-
I Fund. Ii n vil
. nship, in fa I
a Ji wish
ide for
.: but :irds
nd .n Eretz
In 1904 real popu-
.
: the ery-
ann K
: Fifth Z
the prac-
JNF. order-
_n of the blue- !
te Boj n as tl
\< a; Theodor
H /. took one and placed it on
his desk in hi- library. That
I I \ CUl be seen, in its tru-
nal spot on the memento-
vded desk in the Herzl Room
of the Head Office in Jerusalem.
I the years that followed, the
B .,;e-and-White Box became a
familiar fixture in hundreds of
thousands ol Jewish homes, shops,
offices and schoolrooms. It was
se< n by the hundreds in the
m the tra-
JNF collection di
Day, Tag Day and F
Di y. A c ncrete symb >1 I tha
I land n
Blue-ar.d-White Box
l i : nisi ha
found its way Into le parts
: served as
ichment between a
. i Jewish commun-
. d i the land of Israel.
s deep-rooted a tradition has
the Bluo-and-Wh.u B \
thai it actually mirrors the his-
tory of the Jewish people over
the past fiftv years. From the
found. the Fund until the
- World War. the Blue-and-
White Box found its place of hon-
or in rr.anv homes, particularly
in Greater Russia. Germany and
: Austria, the well-springs of the
Zionist Movement, and at that
time the centers of Jewry
In these countries it became a
living svmbol of the rebirth of
the Jewish Homeland In Czanst
Russia it was widely displayed,
though at considerable risk.
There the Box was considered il-
legal and had to be smuggled ov-
er the border The work of the
Keren Kayemeth in distributing
the boxes was something like that
of an underground organization.
Even today, veteran workers re-
call how ingenious ruses had to
be used to bring the Blue-and-
White Box into Russia and into
a Christian-owned factory in the
heart I Moscow which served
unknowingly as a distribution
Afti r '. i Ocl ibei Rev ilution,
irtual-
lv pan Zion-
ist life I t !' land, Lithu-
enia, Lai i Ruman
. < rtain extent,
to Westi : n I...: p The
. th< Blui and White B"x
RU!
een in i i i
tries Then, afti
f these J wish
of Hitler.
rVhite Box. tog
with 1 point of Ju
ed to the Ai
" United Stal
Canada. South Af-
JNF B"x ac-
tivity in Latm Americi
hitherto unkn iwn

Since the first official Blue-
and-White Box was produced,
thai S10.000.000 was gath-
ny by penny. But the
B i< only a feature of cen-
ters of Jewish settlement; it also
-.ngle link bt I
the people and the Land of Is-
rai l in fa fl 11 g and forgotten
unities. Zionist i n
- from 1 1 of lind-
JNF Box in a home in the
: Iceland, in Rhodesian
ingli tomb of Queen
:.. the ai
capital -a, and in a village
of Jewish Indians in Mexico. Ev-
en when the Ghettoes ol Nazi
Europe were under siege, the
JNF Blue-and-White Box some-
how un I its way into Ji
and meeting halls, pi b
of the detention camps of
Cyprus put their coins into home-
made JNF Boxes fashioned, as
nearly as possible, on the lines
Ol the Fund's famous Box. It was
even featured in the British Army
during the Second World War. for
almost every Jewish unit had its
Blue-and-White Box. Today,
there are regular Blue-and-White
collections in Singapore, in Gi-
IS'
im
Leaden of the Coral Gables Jewish Centex exhibit an architect's drawing of the cow
for en eighty foot addition to the present Center building. Herman Fisher, outgoing nViS_ *
bert GeLernler, builder. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader, and A. Edgar Miller \kb^1
dent, officiated at the ground-breaking ceremonies here. The new addition will provide,
over a thousand worshippers and will be comple tod for the High Holy Days.
Unlink Head*
Wvnt Miami
Leonard Kalish. Associate
Judge of West Miami, was unaru-
musly elected president of the
West Miami Jewish Center.
Other officers are 1st vice
president. Abe Blumin: 2nd vice
president. Nate Zeigler; treas-
urer. Al Fogel; financial secre-
tary. Ed Holly; recording secre-
Beach Apartment
Group Moves To
Increase Promotion
Daniel M. Broad, president of
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation, announced late last
week that its Board of Directors
has taken action on the r.eed for
greater funds for the all-year ad-
vertising promotion and publicity
program of Miami Beach.
Dedaring the Association feels
Miami Beach, in view of*
substantial growth and,
ment in recent years"
ded, "We believe the \
yertising promotion and vL
funds of Miami Beach artl
quent to meet the rtqmtio
of the sort of program ther
circumstances justify, j
herefore have requested!
Council to call an el,
freehold, rs at the earliest B
sible date for the purposes;!
ing on the proposition tot
that, "this matter is of vital .
tary, Sally Sternsteir.; and corre- ;concern to everyone interested in the present levy of one,
spending secretary, Bess Blumin. the busiress and civic progress of ; advertising t.< two irflji."'
Board of Directors arc Lou
Brown. Dave Burrows, Morton
Silver, Bernard Werner. Morris
Harris, Stevt Simon. Ben Harris.
Harry Klein. Morton Beigel, Sel-
ma Shind, Martini Hamn er, Je
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Morris Nasatir, director of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, will
present a new 15-minute fea-
ture entitled. A Child Is Born,
on Sundays. 12:15 p.m.. ov:r
rlation WINZ. Following to-
day, the Hour's Friday program
will be discontinued during the
summer months.
braltar, in Japan, and Hong Kong,
in Indonesia and the Philippines.
The decisions of the 23rd World
Zionist Congress emphasized a-
new the importance of the Fund's
traditional collection methods.
Today, the JNF is extending and
strengthening this field of activ-
ity which once again forms the
basis of its income.
Highlight at the Beth David Sunday School Closing Exercises
was the presentation of a set of ten volumes of the Universal
Jewish Encyclopedia to tha School Library by Mrs. Harry Simons
in honor of Mr. Simons' 70th birthday. Left to right are Harry
Simons and Mrs. Harry Simons. Bernard A. Sterling, president,
and Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader.
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Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
kiPLCMATIC TALKS: It seems that the delegation of th Confer-
L Dn Jewish Claims Against Germany, headed by M, ,
E was more successful in its negotiat ona with the Gei
L'a,uu than the Israeli delegation The Germans mEde quite a
Limber of substantial concessions to the Conference delegation
irom which many thousand individual victims of the Nazis will
Wfit However, it can be predicted that the Conference dele-
tion v/iil go hand-m-hand with the Israeli delegation when and
f the Israeli talks with the Germans are resumed ... I,-.
Jonference representatives who are to resume their negotiations
Kith the German delegation on May 19th may postpone re
the middle of June, when the Germans intend to star! th il
lail^ with the Israelis again Indications point to the fact that
^ Germans are not in a mood to yielding on the basic condition
k-hiih ti iy advanced when admitting a debt of $750,000,000 to Israi I
[. They still insist that this sum should be paid to Israel on the
erne tsis aS Germany's other external debts which are now under
ensideraiion at an international conference in London ... In other
,ords, if the London parley decides that Germany is not in a po-
rtion to pay more than 20 percent of her debts to other nations.
Israel would then have to accept only 20 percent of the S750,000.000
Jdmitled as debt by the German delegation at the Hague T.
of such an arrangement is obvious The German
n only be checked if the governments of the United S
Britain and France will accept the Israeli viewpoint that Ger-
r.anvs compensation to Jews is not a part of the debt which Ger-
I ves to foreign countries Efforts in this direction an
Sow being made and results may be known prior to June 19th.
vhon the German-Israeli talks are scheduled to resume at The
Igue On the other hand it is believed that the Germans
mid not have made the attempt to she'ter behind the London
Hitt conference had the 27 countries participating in the London
barley not wanted them to do this.
Photographed at a recent testimonial dinner he:a in honor of
Dr. Morris Gcodmar. immediate past chairman of the Bonds of
Israel Government Committee here, are ^standing left to right)
Samuel FrieoUnd, Max Orovitz. Carl Weinkle and Qr. Goodman.
Coated are Mrs. Gc;dman end Gershon Agron. principal speaker
and publisher of the Jerusalem Post. Friedland. Orovitz. Weinkle
and Sam Bla:k 'not shown) will compose e four-man council
which will head the Isrsel Bond Campaign here for 1952-53.
FUFPBMSING PACT: Thirteen organizations have now been
ized by the Jewish Agency to conduct campaign in the L'nit-
i,(i sttes on behalf of Israel during 1952 ... By written agreement
kvith the Jewish Agency, the authorized campaigns have undertak-
n u assure priority to the United Jewish Appeal in regard to pub-
UCltj and timing They also agreed to submit quarterly financial
fceporis to the Jewish Agency and monthly reports on transmission
funds to Israel The agreement provides that they are not to
lexpand beyond the type of campaigning in which they were en-
Igaged prior to 1950 Authorization does not represent endorse-
ent : the program or budget of the authorized agency The
113 agi ncies authorized to raise funds for Israel in 1952 in this coun-
Ttiy include: the Histadrut Campaign. Hadassah, American Fund
: Israel Institutions Also, the American Friends of the Hebrew
Jniv< rsity, American Technion Society and American Committee
or the Webmann Institute Also, the Federated Council of Is-
rael Institutions, Mizrachi Women's Organization of America and
ineei Women The Jewish National Fund has been authorized
to conduct traditional collections only and is not to apply for allc-
|cations for tha Jewish Welfare Funds The American Red Mogen
Javid for Israel is permitted to conduct membership campaign
only, and is not authorixed to make applications to welfare funds
The Material For Israel group is authorized to campaign for
Materials only, and the Women's League for Israel is permitted to
onduct its ci mpaign in the New York area alone This is the
Biird \ear in which the Jewish Agency's Committee on Contro1
Br.d Authorization of Campaigns has been functioning ... It was
i shed at the request of the Jewish Federations and Welfare
J to put an end to unjustified fund-raising by dozens of groups
which flooded the welfare funds with requests for allocations lor
I causes in Israel.
BALANCED VIEWS: Winston Churchill's views on the establish-
ment Isri el are of great importance now that he is again the
nine Minister of Great Britain These views, frankly express-
1 i now be found in his In The Balance, just published in tnis
lountry They are marked by merciless criticism of Ernest Bav-
in's Palestine policy, when the latter was in office and British For-
eign Secretary Churchill points out thai when the Slat* of
Israel was proclaimed, it was recognized at once by the United
pistes, while Britain did not then accept evan the principle of par-
(iiion laid down in the United Nations partition resolution ... He
ashed nut at Bevin for rejecting his advice to give de facto recog-
I:" n to Israel and for making other "blunders" with regard to the
' Slate ... He bluntly states that Bevir. "never had the
' I comprehension" of the Palestine problem ... He reveals
I personally had in mind that the Jewish National Hoe
akstme promised by the British Government to the Zionists
some day develop into a Jewish State And he openly
pctuei Eevin of being prejudiced against the Jews and of having
liXDecled the Arabs to win the war against the Jews ... Ho te-
peves that immediately after the end of the Japanese war. when
Priiain had troops in the Middle East and world prestige, the Bril-
h Government could have imposed a settlement of the Palestine
problem en both the Arabs and the Jews But the char,.
by Kevin, who later committed oilier serious r.isfc
[ iwi ideas about Israel, he points out that he always felt
[ N ev shpuld afford a means oi expression to the Jewi!
in Palestine even when the territory was under British
1 He also felt that both Jews i nd Arabs must have ac-
M t i the Red Sea through the Gulf of Akaba ... As to the nunv
m of Jews which Israel can absoib. Churchill makes it clsar that
J" idea that only a limited number of people can live in a country
Is a "profound illusion" It all depends on their co-operativ and
Inventive power, he says And he points to tin fact that there
p'8 more people today living 20 stones abOTJ the ground in New
Beth Tfilah Sisters Westfn, Blttel
Have Supper Sunday 2 < lu I'll Ifir
The Sisterhood of Congregation Returning home again for the
, Beth Tfilah, 935 Euehd Avenue. summer months this year afe
Miami Beach, held a supper last Alan F. Westin and Jordan Bit-
Sunday evening. tel.
The committee i- charge of ar- Westin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
rangements included the Mes- vin? .West,.n- 1021 West 46th
dames Rose Shcr. Betty Pakula, : ?Jreet. .Miami ?.!?ch' !? S0^1"2.1'
Bessie Jacobson, Rachel Katz.
Rose Kaplan, B. Rosenfeld and F.
Fireston.
Seminary Offers
New Course
The 1952 summer sessions of
The Teachers Institute, the Sem-
inary College of Jewish Studies
and the Seminary School of Jew- I Washington. DC. Bar.
ish Studies, offering courses of Their Dlans for th
ing his first year of graduate
studv at Harvard University.
Bitttl. the son of Attornev and
Mrs. Perry Bittle. 3010 Alton
Road. Miami Beach, will gradu-
ate from Harvard Law School
in June.
Both are graduates of the Uni-
versity of Florida, and Westin is
a graduate of Harvard Law-
School and a member of the
Rabbi Gross, Mrs.
Andron Attend
New York Meeting
R^bbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Greater Miami He-
Academy, and Mrs. David S.
Andron. vice president of Tha
Hebrew Academy Women, were
ajnong guest speakers at the
Fourth Annual Convention of the
ia'. ion of Hebrew-
Day School PTA's which met in
New York City on May 25th and
26th, it was announced here by
Mrs. Ruth Waldman, Convention
chairman of the National PTA
Group.
Rabbi Gross served as chair-
man of a Convention Seminar,
staffed by child guidance experl .
educators and PTA workers,
which discussed Parent-Schorl
Relationships in such areas as
Edu ational Programming And
Administration. Parent Participa-
tion In Recreational And Creative
Activities Of Pupils and Com-
munity Relationship For The
Community School. Mrs. Andron
presented a paper on PTA Pro-
gramming before a Convention
Seminar which discussed PTA
Objectives And Techniques.
The Convention of the Hebrew
Day School PTA's brought to-
gether educators, child-guidance,
specialists and lay leaders in PTA
work and Day School education.
In addition to discussing parental
responsibility for education of
children, the Convention also
explored the implication of pri-
vate religious schools for the
growth of American democracy
and the relationships between
public and private schools within
the American educational frame-
work," it was announced here.
Their plans for the summer
Veterans' Insurance
Dividend Scheduled
Veterans who do not request
their 1952 National Service Life
Insurance dividend in cash before
it is due will be notified by the
Veterans Admiristration of the
Jewish interest on the graduate, include the operation of the sec- I dividend amount placed on de-
undergraduate and preparatory
level, will open at The Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica on July 7th, and extend
through August 14th. it h;s been
announced by Doctor Moshe Dav-
is. Provost of the Seminary.
A major feature of the 1952
summer sess or.s will be the pres-
entation of a course in Modern
Hebrew Literatun y auth it and
poet Professoi Simon Halkin. of
the Hebrew University, J<
em. who will visit America un-
der the auspices of the Depart-
ment for Education and Culture
in the Diaspora of the World
Zionist Organization. Profi
Halkin's course will be
as part of the graduate curricul-
um. Credit for the course may
be applied by studei is i
their Master's or Doctor's de-
grees.
ond annual Summer Speech In- posit to their credit.
stitute. During the academic
year in the North. Bittel is di-
rector oi Foren ics al Tufts Col-
lege, in Medford, Massachusetts,
and Westin is on the [acuity at
N irtheastern I y in Bos-
ton.
VA said dividend notices Will
be mailed to such veterans after
the 1952 anniversary dates of
their policies the dates when
he 1952 dividend is payable. Tn-i
first notices are scheduled to bj
mailed so in
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_FRIDAY>MAY
33,15
Southeast Synagogue Conference
Closes Session; Rabban New Head
The Southeastern Synagogue Conference closed its sessions on
Miami Bench with the election of a new president and three vice
presidents, each representing one of the three divisions of the reg-
ion, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. convention chairman announced. Del-
- of orthodox congregations of eight Southern states attended.
Abraham Rabhan. president of Congregation B"nai B'rith Jacob,
Savannah, Georgia, was elected
"
new president of the Conference,
succeeding Phillip Belz. president
of the Baron De Hirsch Syna-
gogue. Memphis. Tennessee. Mr.
Rabhan was installed at the clos-
ing banquet of the Convention
held in the David Whitman Hall
David S- Bubis. of Nashville. Ten-
nessee.
Vice president representing
Mississippi. Louisiana. Arkansas
and Tennessee, designated as Di-
vision A. is George Berke. of
of Beth Jacob Congregation, by
Chattanooga. Tennessee. Divis-
ion B. which includes North and
South Carolina. Georgia. Ala-
bama and northern Florida, will
be represented by George Hei-
man. of Mobile. Alabama, as a
vice president.
Sidnev Palmer, president of
Congregation Beth El here, was
elected vice president in charge
Of Division C, which includes
orthodox congregations of South- |
ern Florida. Norman Robbins. of
Savannah, Georgia, is new secre- j
tarv of the region. Harry Stern \
of Nashville. Tennessee, was ,
> rlIb Shore
Installs Officers
A Consecration Service dedi- i elected honorary president,
cated to the newly elected of- j Plans were completed for the
ficers of the Sisterhood and the i engagement of a regional direc-
Men's Club of the North Shore tor, who is to make semi-annual
Jewish Center, will be held to-| circuits of all three divisions of
night at 8:15 p.m. i the Conference and co-ordinate (
Participating will be the choir the work of all states represented. |
of the Sisterhood and the Aleeza | it was reported.
Girls, with Cantor Leo Ulrich | Rabbi Mayer Rosenbaum. Chief
officiating. Rabbi of Havana. Cuba, guest
Officers and Board members speaker at the banquet, stressed
to be honored arc as follows: the importance of a positive ap- ,
SisterhoodThe Mesdames Jack proach to Orthodox Judaism.
Kli : resident; Milton Kirsh- A buffet supper at the home of
g, Sidney Neross, Joseph Feld-I Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff wel-
in, Joseph Schneider, vice corned the delegates to the com-I
nts: Sam Rosenthal. treas- munity. The Sabbath was ob- i
. i r; Abraham Seleco'f. chaplain, j served as Conference Sabbath in
The Mesdames Frank Brisk- all Orthodox congregations of Mi-
rding secretary; Abe ami Beach. The closing banquet.
lal, corresponding seen- as well as the Sabbath meals..
tary; Jules Slansky, financial sec- were served in the social hall of
tary; A. Louis Mechlowitz, so- Beth Jacob Congregation. Ad-
cial secretary: Charles Raab. par- ministratiye and education work-
ntarian; and Allen Acker, shop sessions were held at the
istorian, Hebrew Academy.
Trust the Mesdames A reception at the home of Mr.
Melvin Pazol, Morris Dolling'.r and Mrs. Joseph Cohen brought
Sam Jaffee. Board of Di- together out-of-town delegates
in the Mesdames Frieda with a welcoming committee of |
Murray Mattes. Ben the loca] community.
Lest r Lasky, M G Idman, Ralph Li. Ui Beth El Holds
1 rry Loeb, Henry White, r*,r/idii-TTi-m Fvorricucj
Sa m. will. ,;.,,,. uraauanon LxercBes j
David Hendel, Jack Pritt Congregation Beth Bl will hold,
Silberman, Maxwell "s Hebrew School Graduation)
Marks. Sol C he L< Sti inn an, this n orning at 10:30 a.m.
itzi : Barbai Mayfair Stu : i rti. ipatmg will be,
Cohen. George Lefcoe, Harold Klapper,
Clui repres- Arthur Meyers, Charles Hirsch
H. Cohen: vice and Leonard Rotl bart. School
.Frank prize winners for attendance and
scholastic achievement will be
cried.
Installation of officers of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B rith. recently held at the Preview R.
Shown (reading from left to right) are Sidney M. Aronoriti. president of the B'nai B-riik r"* I
cil of South Florida; Marx Faber, master of cer emonies; Judge William L. Pallot n*w I
of Sholem Lodge; Honorable Robert L. Floyd, gu est speaker; Jerome H. Weinkle. retirino **!!!?
of tire Lodge; E. Albert Pallot. state president of B'nai B'rith; and Marvin Rauxin rh.i "^l
the Installation affair.__________________________________________________________ Cn*mau I
Mrs. Barocas Heads
Israelite PTA
Mrs. Phil Barocas will be in-
stalled as president of the PTA
of the Israelite Center at a Din-
ner-Dance in the Lincoln Manor
Restaurant, Sunday, June 1st,
7:30 p.m.
Installing officer will be Irving
Sperling, president of the Center.
Other officers to be installed
are: vice president. Sam Sand-
lei: recording secretary. Mrs.
Meyer Stussman: corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Morris Aron: and
treasurer, Mrs. Harry Buck Sil-
verman.
Board members include the
Mesdames Russell Horowitz, Doc
Rose. Sam Berman. Maurice Kel-
mand and Hyman Gorsetman.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will
give the invocation. Mrs. Joseph
Feld is chairman of the affair.
The Mellow Chord Trio will pro-
vide music for dancing.
Confirmation Televised
The Beth David Confirmation
Exercises will be presented on
Sunday morning, June 1st, 11
a.m., televised directly from the
Synagogue.
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Miami School Picnic
ai iiual picnic of the Mi-
an : H< I r School and Congre-
I Sol Cohen, gation will take place on Si.:
Klingi AI' Jun< Mai n Man mi ick.
Sapei tein, Jerrj Sussm ?,i Edward 1- Becker is chairm
.. m J' Rutansky is in charge of re-
Kirs berg, Bob K n, S hmei A motorcade will
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*Jwistincri(fian7
i\e Klroirnics
tfi Operetta
I i.ttle Brownies of Troop
Lj Beth David-sponsored
service project,
IK'd a Hansel And Greta!
I,,., on Wednesday aftcr-
l,' children of the Cardiac
Jpresenl V.on was under the
Ion of Mrs. Jack Donner-
Ir.d the ci ;' included Judith
Father: Karen Singer,
Elaine Dor.nerstag, Gre-
Xs;n Schwartzman, Hansel;
a Damn. Sand Man; and
landshu. Witch.
cookie children were
Jld by Enid Bolker, Joan
I. Harriet Charnin, Annette
! Grant. Beverly Gurewitz,
Hugtl. Suzanne Lerner,
Rachlin, Alice Samuels
iisan Zuckerman.
Brownie Troop is under the
fchip "f Mrs. Isidor Bakst,
tck Brown and Mrs. Morris
PAuf 5 a
lora Center
mx* Tomrrow
I Hebrew school of Zamora
Center will hold a stag
|ng Dance at the Center
tomorrow evening, 8
(Sisterhood will operate a
(Bar for sale of refresh-
jduring the evening. Pro-
pf the affair will be used
e\ the school's pledge to j
philip Israelit is program
kn.
lunday. June 1st, the PTA
JHebrew School will hold
fcual picnic at Matheson
Bfk. Information regard-
lb schedule is available at
rter.
STfiS ^iJ^bUnk^W^'^8^00,1, i?rrmaion Cla. 1951-52. Left to right, top row.
and Wchart alm.n MUriK Marsh*" ,?.haP' Ann* Buan. Louis Rabin. Barbara Marks
Rabbi MrWi^M R. r^W aJe- Phyll,s Kauffman. Myron Abramowilz. Margaret Speigel,
AdeU S^c.l Sd mrowt Xrnder Stiebe1' Jer,me B" Gordon' Joyce Spector. Jerome RosePnfnd
hST S^ggjlgg YnedFEehSaSMeaCrof^Seph ""*"- J~f L' Ednd P~
\orth Shore Mm
Installs Officers?
Plan Youth Picnic
At an executive council .'Heel-
ing of the Men's Club, North
Shore Jewish Center, plans were
completed for an installation of
officers to be held at the Sor-
rento Hotel on Sunday evening,
June 8th.
The executive council of the
| Men's Club met at the home of
! Dr. Sumner Cohen. Plans were
also iormulatcd to sponsor an
i outing for pupils of the Center's
i Hebrew and Sunday schools on
Sunday, June 1st, at Crandon
Park. Dr. Robert Rosen, chair-
man of Youth Activities, will be
in charge.
Present at the meeting were
, Dr. Cohen, president; Frank Co-
. hen, 2nd vice president; Harold
Greenspan, 3rd vice president;
I Dan Harrison, secretary; Paul H.
Press, treasurer; and Sam Feld-
man, financial secretary.
ish I oram
\s Feature
|n Seiil n. director of the
Forum On The Air, an-
|d today that a new feature
added | I his radio pro-
|beginnin>; Sunday, June
11 a.m.
feature v. ill be called The
Journal, and will include
Y.ertary of social events
1 participated in by
s.nd stal
| i ttation will be in
to the regular feature.
Ik And We Answer,
lecia] program honoring
'. Foreign Minister
fl. will also be broadcast
I
Hvavh Puthians
Elect Officers
Miami Beach Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, recently held officer
elections.
Alfred Finkelstein will head i
the Lodge as president. Others !
named at the annual meeting j
include Samuel Ellins. 1st vice (
president; Jack Altshuler, 2nd :
vice president; Marvin Yelen. .
secretary; and Joseph Mahler, j
treasurer.
Board of Directors are Jack !
Parzen. Murray M. Sheldon, Har-
ry Gtlfer.stein, Jesse Bcrnie,
Louis Yelen, Sidney Brody, H. '
Zeldner, Wolfie Marger, Irving
Weiner and Ben Greenberg.
Goodwill Group Adds
Chairmen To Roster
At a Special Board Meeting of
the Goodwill Group ot Greater
Miami, additional chairmen ap-
pointed were the Mesdames Dor-
is Katz, social correspondent;
Jack Shapiro, hospitality chair-
man: end Martha Peyser, .co-
chairman. Mrs. Pauline Belenoff
was appointed tyler.
Chesed Shel Emess
Ms-s. Israel GoldL^rg, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood Chesed
Shel Emess, announced that the
final meeting of the season will
be held on Monday, June 2nd,
1:30 p.m., in the Beth El Center.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Shmar-
yahu T. Swirsky.
Apartment Group Cites
Lummus Park As Center
Daniel M. Broad, president of
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation, has announced that its
Board ot Directors has gone on
record before the City Council
in favor of the location of a pro-
posed South Shore recreation and
community center building in
Lummus Park, between 9th and
10th Streets.
Movie Shown At Meeting
Of Hialeah Jewish Center
A movie depicting life in Is-
rael will highlight a meeting of
the Hiakah-Miami Springs Jew-
ish Community Center on Wed-
nesday evening. June 4th.
Oramatic Uroup
Presents Plau
flu Moliere
The Drama Group of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center will present Moliere's, A
Doctor In Spite Of Himself, at
the Center on Sunday evening,
June 1st, and Monday, June 2nd,
at 8:30 p.m.
The cast includes Samuel and
Sylvia Kirschner, Maurice Shaw,
Mildred Newman, Jean and Har-
ry Zide, Samuel Hollander, Mor-
ton Lebar and Jack Shaw. Shaw,
a graduate of the Yale Drama
School, is director.
Pythian Sisters Hold
Dance; Close Season
Roosevelt Temple No. 33,
Pythian Sisters, will dance to the
music of Bob Clark's orchestra,
on June 14th, at 500 SW 17th
Avenue.
Mrs. Allen Chaykin, chairman
of the Ways and Means Commit-
tee, has announced that the af-
fair will be a Turn About Dance,
marking the close of meetings
until the Fall.
Zamora Sisterhood Has
Annual Book Luncheon
An Annual Year Book Lunch-
eon was held at Jonesy's Restaur-
ant last Wednesday by the Sis-
terhood of the Zamora Jewish
Center. Mrs. Joseph L. Rogers
was chairman of the afternoon.
Planned by Mrs. Eli Einbinder,
the program featured Miss Rober-
ta Weiner as soloist.
Emory Honors
Miamians
Four Greater Miamians recent-
ly were honored for their stud-
ent activities at Emory Univer-
sity in Atlanta.
Robert Milledge, of 4700 Robin
Road. South Miami, was named
to membership in Alpha Epsilon
Upsilon, honorary scholarship
fraternity. Edward Zwig. of 120
SW 31st Court, was voted Best
Brother by Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity.
William S. Swygert. of 220 Ta-
miami Boulevard, was initiated
into Star and Crescent, social
group, and Mark Rubin, of 220
Beacom Boulevard, was elected
a Student Council representative.
Wanted
I of Ne York, is attempt-
\ S rika Shield who
\" living in Florida since
fehii'Ki is the wife of Leo-
l>!'H. an attorney. Born
. in Bar'id, Roumania, she
[daughtes of Lupu and
I Naftali. She arrived in
fed States in 1918.
Shield is fceing sought by
Ither. Paul Naftali, of 35
T>k Street, Kiriat Motzkin.
_He was born in May, 1922,
y. Roumania, is a textile
1 and arrived in Israel in
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.IWH Cites
Jewish Authors
Citations and five cash prizes
totalling S800 wore awarded
ti> authors of 1951"s best books
<: Jewish interest in fiction, po-
etry and Juvemla at the annual
meeting of the National Jewish
Welfare Board-sponsored Jewish
Book Council of America last
Wed esday evening in New
Y irk.
Dr. M irtimer J- Cohen. Phila-
delphia, retiring president ol the
C iincil, was honored at the
meeting wit] '. ti -" mon-
be presented by Dr. S
n Grayzel. al . former president of the
C ;ncil and i lit of the Jewish
lication S America.
SJ50 Samuel H. D
F ti m Award, named for its
r, Samuel H. Daroff, Phila-
. mmunal
n to the aul I
v. rk of f.
< st, i ither a n< >vi
' rt storie! .....
lished in English in the Uniti I
Stal
threi Hai rj K m r M -
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w mthors : pub-
es of poet
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experien Hebi ew
r y
the Ami nent
_ 1951
$250 Isai Siegel M(
A a : r 1951's best J
..'. nil in El
Mrs Ai V Sieg-
i'
ider for whoi |
Academy Pupils
Fete Shavuoth
On Wednesday afternoon, a
spe< held by pu-
- of The Hebi i w Ai ad n j
dedicated to the Holiday of Shav-
outh.
, The ; included a dra-
matic musical presentat.i'n. Bi-
ll rim Today, written by Mrs
Joshua Z. Stadlan, instructor at
the Ac. lemy, and undei the di-
II :: in Miss Edna Sachs.
imtics instructor. Musical se-
lections were under the direc-
tion of Robert Strassburg, Mu
Pi in ip .'. :' the after-
n u..- R .: i J jeph Rack-
tual leadei I B
Tfilah Congregati m, Miami
Bea ad ssed stu lents
en ; nee of the Shav-
Fi tival.
ting n the
re H '
: Nai
Adii Phyllis Kat
': Helen H
Caroli N ik, i; ert Baitch r,
en, Herbert Rubin-
".. Harry V.
Jerrj \\ en T I I tan,
K itz, El-
liot Kat n Steckl iff, Les-
: Fi sti im Irving K> nei
J isi ph r, Melvin S Stu-
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prlnciru.1. an,j rheru :,, ?>,*. r"'iciCal skit Federation Terrific, conduct final rehearsals under ditJ
lion of Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof (left) before presentation st the 14th Anr.ual Meeting of the g!i
tail mi jewis:i rccemtion l a s i Weu.itsd&y evening. Shown sealed left to right an uJ
Howard Grove, pianist, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. John Temple, Mrs. Jack Lavkoif and Mrs. A.-jJ
Seeder. Standing -iear, left to right) are Leo "Chick" Chaikin. Mrs. Norman Rossmar.. Mrs. ArSi
Berel. Mrs, Leon Kaplfn and Howard Kane. Mis sing from photo are vocalist stars Stanley C.|fa
and Mrs. Robtti Ftlds." in. The annual banquet event will feature an address by UN diplomat 1
.Tor-ie G*Tc''*-C"Ti'dos f'om Guatemala.
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; solid 1 tion iw and
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making up tl rketing
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president, al the Auxiliary's recent inslallalion held in the St.
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PAGE 7 B
Israel's
Labor
Groups
By ADA OREN
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's
I labor organizations are politically
orientated groups of workers who
maintain trade unions but also
engage in other activities. All
unions employ onlv their own
Lflpmb i- in all their affiliated
[enterprises. Despite tense rela-
tions between them, however, the
|gn-aller union groups ore admit-
ted to social and health insurance
f,r |s and the agricultural set-
Klemenl department of the oldest
land most powerful among them.
Iwhich was founded originally as
|the only local trade union the
General Hebrew Federation of
ha i i known as Histadrut.
Goveinment ar.d Jewish Agen-
|(V empl yees must belong to one
i xisting workers' organ-
izations, and deduction of due!
[for Hi fidrut's trade union de-
IpartiiKr.t from all employees not
otherwise organized is gaini-j
bound : H over the country. An-
Ether new trend is the amalga-
mation i.i small unions into coun-
by-wide ones in one direction
lard trade-wide ones in the other
|w;th relations between the twi
It -till rather complicated.
["Histadrut now comprises about
70 percent of the Jewish laboi
nd maintains persona
i irade, grade and higl
fcchools, immigrant hostels, cul
: tivities, hospitals and
clinics and other services for its
II Its sports organiza-
Itioi vigilante functions, and
trol authorities were rec-
i ctivated against ineffie-
. : its offices and contra-
l\ of rules governing the
ktai i of living of leading,
li s and the disposal of
11 in Histadrut-sponsored
Rousing projects. Regular dues
lare four to five pereert of in-
I i r.e, I ut for immigrants in their
|fii- yi ar they are halved.
Histadrut's statutes urge mem-
Ji p on all persons not em-
ploying others. As a result it
linciudi s owners of small farms
Brd drivers owning vehicles, all
of whom tend to develop a mid-
class outlook. Moreover, all
Isalut (1 engineers, agronomists,
chemists ar.d teachers in Israel
conduct their professional nego-
tiations through Histadrut's trade
|uniii.n department.
C .ination of the interests
A the various categories of mem-
bers, many of thorn employed by
Kistadl it-affiliated cooperatives
|in tow n and country or Histadrut-
ivred industrial, catering, com-
I and banking enterprise, is
easy matter, particularly
[ any of Histadrut's best
brains went to fill government
post.-.
Occasional attempts to restrict
I "- nee of newcomers to arty
liar trade are checked by
ic higher Histadrut authorities
kho did not fail to establish pro-
ne in government-finane-
1 .ipational training through
(heir :,fluence ir. this field and
m the readiness of veteran work-
- to serve as instructors. The
inufacturers' Association's re-
pisal to subscribe one-sixth of the
Jnd for supporting families of
fe'orkers undergoing occupational
raining strengthened Histadrut
its rejection of government
prtdom;nation m that field, to
the disi dvantage of workers who
&re not its members.
Agreement to hire adult Jewish
Porkers, except certain categor-
ies uf specialists, is part and par-
1 of all collective labor con-
Facts. An employment service
fill basic! on the same principles
"lade little headway because it
: '. undertake to guarantee
unions the future autonomous
lanagement of the exeianges
which most of them refuse to re-
jnquish as long as means of pro-
duction are controlled exclusively
D> owners.
Iho government's contribution
" ii budget, which rose to 70
Percent in 1951, still entitles it
only to audit their accounts, and
p exchanges rejected most of
recommendations for reor-
ganization of an American expert
loaned to the government by the
JLO, mainly because he wished
Id .give precedence to factors of
ticiency over the hitherto prev-
alent social service approach.
Being among the first local in-
ptitutions with whom immigrants
Pome into contact, exchange of-
ficials have to bear the displeas-
Hre of thousands who finding
fnemselves reduced to a station
life they are not at first pre-
pared to accept. In their efforts
to help their clients, 80 percent of
whom were unskilled and for 90
percent of whom only temporary
work could be found, exchanges
organize transport to outlying sec-
tors. In unemployment areas the
exchanges compel big employers
l.rotate as many jobs as pos-
sible among those registered with
them, mainly in accordance with
the number of their dependents.
Also, their representations are an
important factor in determining
the order of priority in public
work.;.
Arabs are not admitted to Jew-
ish labor unions but can benefit
from health insurance institutions
""!-. n.,| hv Histarfrut. The
military governors still in charge
of centers of Arab population at
first encouraged the formation of
separate unions among them.
Since a Communist-controlled
union proved most influential,
they have been accused of using
their emergency powers to pre-
vent formation of new locals.
First place ,on the administra-
tive boards of labor exchanges
for Arabs, which are usually
founded by the government and
later transferred to their unions,
is always given to a Histadrut-af-
filiate, which recently incorpor-
ated a Catholic group. As yet the
activities of these employment of-
fices are not coordinated with
t*-nse catering to Jews.
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pjmittBssBB&G,
Hound Table .
Issues Magazine
Brunst* tter, "i"
ind Dr. H. Franklin
ms, i >-chairm n
announce that
jgural issue ol World
Biutherhood. a magazine of hu-
pul lished by the
Mia m Round Table.
iled to Florida members and
fi nds this week as an added re-
irce and service of the Region-
al Office
publication has been de- )
i d I J the Committee on ;
Communications of the Mi-
ami Round Table, in conjunction j
i Dr. Cunningham. Regional j
^tor. ar.d is expected to high- ,
I activities and developments,
, in the human and inter-group j
relations field in Florida.
The" co-chairmen have indicat-:
t-d that they also expect World
Brotherhood to assist in uniting
Fl i ida members and friends of I
tl National Conference of Chris-
and Jews so that their
lership can be better used in |
developing a more effective Con- .
i nee program of service and |
t' assist in recruiting now mem-
bers and resources tor the Con-
::ce.
Apartment Group
Member Drive
The sumi
f the M ;'
fred A l 1st vice
enl : the Ass
ship C immit-
U e
In announcing plans for the
,i: i\ Chairman Lesser said, "A
v*: y large num er of the A
membei s an
ticipating in our summer mem-
bership drive, and in view of the
ntially reduced annual
n embership dins now in effect,
we are confident that i on-mem-
ber apartnu nt ouse owners will
agree that thi numerous bene-
fits of membership in our Asso-
ciation are of great value in the
operation of their apartment
houses and the protection of their
inv stments."
Miami It'nai
ll'rith Women
Meet Tuesday
3'nai B'rith Women ui Miami
announce Board meeting on
sday evening, June 3rd,
I a1 the home i I Mrs M
n. 2300 SW 22nd Av-
i I
:p will hold a regular
ns on Juni 17th, 8 p.m. at
.1. Hebn w School I
BgatiOl Mrs, Murray l.a-
vice president, will sub-
Mrs. Harvey Herman,
with Mrs. Joseph Rayvis,
ttei ling the Dis-
Ni 5 Convention in Balti-
hairn an is Mrs. Mey-
Fon Ri fn shmi nts are in
: Mrs. Nathan Spiegel-
Lorraine Kahlenberg
Heads Gables Club
lables B'l
Organizatioi

, lent: At
! tarj
, .' '.'' ecre-

:. Goldei
gen,
- Bol
j E'nai B'rith Adults Hear
Talks On Marriage
ai B'rith Young Adults of
Fl will present a
t talks on Prep-
:. !' '. Mai i.....e t be held
< n Sunday evenings, at the Bur-
Ji ish Education. 135 NW
I Avenue.
kers will talk on Pur;
( urtship. Conflicts in Marriage,
Psychological and Sexual Ad-
! and Inter-mai i it
ich will be followed by open
discussion.
Flagler-4*ranada
Plans Aetirities
Joseph Masters and Robert
Tauber, co-chairmen of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center Bond Committee, headed
25 men last Sunday in a house-to-
house membership contact for the
puipose of selling the remainder
of a S20.000 bor.d quota which
is needed to complete the Cen-
ter's present build
Bonds thus far sold total $10.-
000. or one-half of the issue.
Mrs. J ss Freed, Home C
chairman. nu I lunced
that the Center camp will
on June 23rd. for thr.,
of thr i tration
will be held at 50 NW 51st Place.
or Jui 3rd an I 4th, fr
2:30 to 4:30 p tion is
embers
only, from the 5 4 to 12.
Trans) tatioi providi 1
Brochures will be sent to the en-
tire membership.
Mrs. Paul Draziei will direct
:, kiddie show to be held on June
8th, 7 p.m.. with the assistance of
Mrs. Paula Nadlcr and Mrs. Al-
bert Altman.
Children of the Sunday School
held their final assembly : I i
: on Sunday, May 25th. Gi
were distributed to teachers ai d
the staff for voluntary work per-
med during the semester.
i giv n to Sandra
I\ ysi r, s indra Raskin, Ma
Hertz, Ela n
I Gail Ann Lebar, Robe I
Mikli : Malii for]
perl ttend
lay Scl
Jum 1st, 10
k, pit nun -
; pe rid will
.
Mrs. Siiiclell To
Head llerzl
llailassah Group
'I hi H> rzl iii iup : Hadassah
. Id an Installatioi Luncheon at
Beli ai i! iti I yest< relay.
Mi S. Ban Berman and Mrs.
Louis c;>ildn an eie chairmen |
the afternoon. Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein, president of the Great-
er Miami Chapter of Hadassah. |
ailed the following officers:
The Mesdames Oscar Sindell,
piesident; Louis Mendelow. vice
lent; Donald Murray, vice .
president; Morris Honigbaum..
vice president: George Goldberg,
vice president: Ben Zion Gins-
burg, recording secretary; Helen
Roth berg, corresponding secre-
tary: Morns Levy, financial sec-
retary; and Harry Miner, trcas-
1111 I
New officers of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, axe showa at the Lodge's Annual Installation
Banquet recently held at the Saxony Hotel. Front row (left to right) are Jack J. Gold Tin
president: Gilbert J. Balkin. vice president; George J. Tahanoff, president: Jules P. Charming'. ,m
president; Barnett Beckerman, vice president: and Gershon S. Miller, recording secretary. Second
row left to right) are Daniel M. Broad, warden: Sold Goldstrom. guardian: Me.yer Teigman. assist-
ant monitor; Samuel Stein, financial secretary: Irving Schatzmaa. lrasurer; and George J. Bertmaa.
trustee. Top row (left to right) are Sam A. Goldstein, Joseph A. Kogos, Jack August. Godfrey K.
Newman, and Harry Zukernick, trustees; and Se. muel W. Shapiro, monitor.
<>ables Theater Group Presents Hangman's Xoose
The "Ireatcr Guild of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will pre-
sei t its next attraction. Hang-
man's Noose, for three nights
staiting tomorrow evening, 8:30
p.m.. and ending Monday, June production under the direction
2nd. I of Bob Brenner who has staged
The group, which has staged I The Jazz Singer, Three's A Fam-
four shows in less than 18
months, is presenting the mystery
ily. and Morning Star, here prev-
iously.
The cast is composed of Ruth
radell. Gert Hechler, Arlyr.e Ros-
en, Goldie Fisher. Elaine Sachs,
j Dr. Henry Green, Jay Cone. M:i-
drcd Wasrr.an. Milton Wassa
and Irving Gars.
Roosevelt Women See
Make-up Demonstration
The use and art of applying
make-up was demonstrated by
Miss Lillian Wren, Elizabeth A:-
den representative, to me.T.bers
of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chap-
ter. B'nai B'rith Women, Wed-
nesday evening at the El Cosr.-
modoro Hotel, according to Mrs,
Marshall Chcrn, Program chair-
man.
New i.ciuit signs ,- memberrhip blank making Ray Friedman.
University of Miami law stuit;r.t, the first inductee at a recent
Membership Rally launched by Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
Looking on at left, is Seymour Hinkes, Lodge Membership chair-
Hialeah Auxiliary Meet;
Hold Picnic Sunday
The Ladies Auxiliary
Hialei h-Miami Springs J riA
inity Cent :
\i : day evening. June 2nd.
The
r tud< rts of I S lay S
will be at Cran i onS*
day, June 1st.
King Theater
Lists Sehedule
Thi University of Miami Ring
Theatre has announced its sum-
iru-r Bchedul of production. Two
plays will be staged ring-style
and will run during July. August
ar.d September.
Maxwell Anderson's political
satire. Both Your Houses, will
run from July 7th through July
19th. under the direction of Sam
Ilirsch.
Grarr.ercy Ghost, by John Cecil
Holme, will be played from Aug-
ust 25th through September 6th,
with Fred Koch, Jr.. as director.
Hog Traek
Closes Season
tin >0oinlav
South Florida's 1951-1952 sea-
son of Greyhound Racing comes
to a close on Monday with the
25th annual running of the Bis-
cayne Derby at the Biscayne
Closing its most successful sea-
son, the Not ihside Oval is ex-
pected to establish an all-time
Florida wagering record and will
lead by a comfortable margin the
13 dog tracks now operating in
the state.
The coveted Derby Crown will
be contested for over the long
Biscayne Course and will be an
added purse affair. The elimina-
tions, also staged over the added
i distance route, is scheduled for
running tonight, with 16 of the
track's headliners competing for
a position in the finale Monday.
Contenders for the Crown will
I be drawn from: Anyway. Handy
Faro, Molasses. Prime Factor.
Just Guy, Quick Sale, Merry
Dora, Raymalea. Jim Dancer.
Beach Chapel. Post Graduate, O.
IS l Archer. (J. B.'s O-Boy. Out-
, doorsman. Platter Parade, Rural
Sheila, Mom's Ring and K. C.'s
I.ass.
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Officers vho wei installed ai tb Third A-rual Dinner of the Bureau of Jewish Education in the
Hibiscus Masonic Temple. From left to right ar Seymour B. Liebman. secretary: Isadore Shapoff.
vice president. Harry Simonhoff. vice president: Benjamin Meyers, president; Max Meisel. honor-
pry president: Mrs. Matilda Ratner, vice preside it; Joseph Dunlov. treasurer; ard Louis Schv/artz-
rr.an. executive director.


SIDAY, MAY 39. 1952
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o Hold Shavuoth Servi
ices
obbi Ever Views Torah's
litahly In Sermon Today
lscrvi.cs for Shavuoth will be-
L, at the Ahavas Israel Syr.a-
U,e, 7135 Byron Avenue, on
Ljday morning at 9 a.m.
[subject of a serrhon to be de-
Lered by Rabbi Isaac Ever is
lieduled as: The Torah's Etern-
! Vitality.
Friday evening services will
held at 6:45 p.m. Services for
\e second day of Shavuoth are
Iheduled for Saturday morning
*9 a.m. Rabbi Ever will discuss:
Tradition To Serve As A Re-
lembrance. Yizkor will be at
l a.m. Cantor Aarele Bloom
111'chant the liturgy at all serv-
ccalaureote Service At
jth David Synagogue Tonight
The Beth David Synagogue,
25 SW 3rd Avenue, will hold
idav morning Shavuoth serv-
es at 9 a.m. Rabbi Max Sha-
fo and Cantor Maurice Mam-
ies will officiate.
Friday evening services will
elude a Baccalaureate Service
8 p.m. Graduates of the Mi-
i High Schools will be dressed
cap and gown, and Rabbi Sha-
re will address them.
Saturday morning services are
Bie.luled for 9 a.m. Yizkor will
I at 10:30 a.m., with the Rabbi
missing: Our Beloved Life.
Sabbath Ends At Beth Jacob
With Airing Of Weekly Portion
Festival services for Shavuoth
will be ushered in Friday morn-
ing, 8:30 a.m., at the Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, 301-311 Wash-
ington Avenue.
Subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
oft is scheduled as: The Festival
Of The Smiit. Fridav evening
services will be at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services, the
second day of Shavuoth. will be
at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Meschel-
off discussing: The Reason For
Celebrating. Yizkor is scheduled
for 10:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 6:45 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. The
Rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Portion.
i.
abbi Swirsky Airs History
nd Vindication At Beth El
phavuoth services of Congre-
bo f i will be held Friday
mine at 8:15 a.m. Rabbi
maryahu T. Swirsky will dis-
^s thi topic: My Son John.
aturday morning services will
at 8:30 a.m., with Yizkor
edulcd for 10 a.m. Subject of
to be delivered by the
b :i is scheduled as: When His-
y Vindicates A Judgment,
(htor Jacob Tambor will chant
iturgy.
class in Theology will be
d at 5:30 p.m., followed by
i ha and Shalos Seudos.
Downtown Synagogue
wntown Synagogue. 135 XW
Wenue, will hold Shavuoth.
-s Friday morning at 8:30 1
a.m.
lay evenings service' will be
at 6:30 p.m.
rh^Uid5yfmorninfi s"vices are
wniI hUletl .'? 8:30 "m- Yizkor
Will be at 10 a.m. Daily services
arc at 8 a.m., and at 6 p.m.
Flagler-Granada JewisrTCenter
Friday morning Shavuoth Ser-
vicesi Of the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center. 50 NW
51st Place, will be at 9 a.m.
Saturday morning services are
SCkC^U ecl /or 9 am- Yizkor is
scheduled for 10 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m.
Rabbi Kronish Discusses Guide
For Perplexed Jews Tonight
Rabbi Leon Kronish will con-
duct Shavuoth services of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Chase Avenue
and 41st Street. Friday morning
at 10:45 a.m.
Evening services will be at
8:15 p.m., when Rabbi Kronish
will discuss: A Guide For Per-
plexed Jews. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions at all services.
Beth Tfilah Schedules Yizkor
Service Tomorrow Morning
Friday morning Shavuoth ser-
vices at Congregation Beth Tfil-
ah, 935 Euclid Avenue, are sch-
eduled for 8:30 a.m.
Friday evening services will be
held at 6:30 p.m.
Services for Saturday morning
I will be at 8:30 a.m. During the
I morning service. Rabbi Joseph
j E. Rackovsky will speak on the
I Portion of the Week. Yizkor is
I scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
At 5 p.m., Rabbi Rackovsky
J will speak on Ethics Of Our
'Fathers. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.,
! followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
North Shore Jewish Center
Friday evening services of the
North Shore Jewish Center, 620-
75th Street, will be at 8:15 p.m.
i Mayer Abramowitz will
discuss: At The Foot Of Mount
Sinai.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for :45 a.m., during
which the confirmation of Carol
Fuchs and Sheila Toby will take
place. Memorial services will be
at 11:15 a.m.
ereth
Israel Northside Center
oth Services of the Tif-
srael Northside Center.
rth Miami Avenue, will
a.m. today.
lay morning services arc
Reverend George Gold-
II officiate and interpret
Uly Portion. Yizkor will
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Fridav morning Shavuoth serv-
: ices of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation. 1101 SW 12th
Avenue, will be at 8:30 a.m.
Subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Simon April is
[scheduled as: The Necessity For
Revelation.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor is schedul-
ed for 10:30 a.m. A Mishna Class
will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by
Mincha, Shalos Seudos and Maar-
iv.
Shavuoth Services Toniqht
North Dade Center Holds
The North Dade Jewish Center.
13630 West Dixie Highway, will
hold Shavuoth Services Friday
evening at 8:15 p.m.
Alexander Cohen, will conduct
the service and will be assisted
by Irving Jacobson. A Sermon-
cite, Sinai's Resounding Chal-
lenge, will be delivered by Jos-
eph Rosenfeld. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow.
Saturdav morning services will
I be 8:30 a.m. Yizkor. at 10 a.m.,
will he conducted y Joseph Ros-
enfeld.
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Hebrew Academy Schedules
Yizkor Service For 10:30
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
Street, will hold Friday morning
shavuoth services at 9 a.m.
Friday evening services 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. Yizkor will be at 1030
a.m.
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.
Temple Israel Holds Festival
Service Today At 11 a.m.
Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th
Street, began Shavuoth observ-
ance at a special Confirmation
Service last night.
Cnnfirniands included:
Froma Block. Suzanne Covan,
Lconette Daner. Clare Cecila
Fahrer, Marvin Howard Gillman.
Stephen Goldberg. Eileen Ruih
Karns, James R. Kaufman, James
Warren Orovitz, Patricia Reis-
man and Marshal E. Rosenberg.
Judith B. Ross, Charles Louis
Ruffncr. Carl Sandier. Larry Iden
Schwartz, Mary Lou Segal. Mich-
ael L. Segal. Edward L. Serrin;.
Jr., Jane Virginia Thurman,
Stephen Joseph Traiman. P. ula
Lcnore Wcinstein and Helenc
Wexler.
A Festival Service will be held
at 11 a.m., Friday morning. Dur-
ing the evening. 8:15 p.m.. Tem-
ple Israel will mark the begin-
ning of its summer schedule with
B Prayer Service. Dr. Joseph R.
N ot's preaching schedule will
e resumed in the Fall.
Hollywood Jewish Center
Friday morning Shavuoth ser-
vices ol the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center. 2030 Polk
Street, will be at 9:30 a.m.
Friday evening services will be
at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jacob
Honig officiating. Cantor Mor-
dechi Haalman will chart the
liturgy.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services are sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m. Yizkor will be
at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are
at 9 a.m.
Richard Reiner To Be Bar
Mitzvah At West Miami Service
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ficiate during Friday morning
Shavuoth services of the West
Miami Jewish Center, 5720 SW
17th Street, at 9 a.m. Subject of
a sermon to be delivered bv the
Rabbi is scheduled as: Shavuoth
Thoughts.
Friday evening services are
scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Richard
Reiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Reiner, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at 9 a.m. Yizkor will
be at 10:45"a.m., with Rabbi Wax-
man discussing: Honoring The
Memory Of Our Beloved.
Afternoon services are schedul-
ed for 5:15 p.m. The Rabbi will
discuss the Ethics of our Fathers,
with Shalos Seudos following.
Israelite Center Service Led
By Cantor Aaron Hoffman
Cantor Aaron Hoffman will of-
ficiate during Friday morning
Shavuoth services of the Israel-
ite Center, 3193 SW 24th Terrace,
at 8:45 a.m.
Subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Abraham Sachs
is scheduled as: The Ten Com-
mandments. The Cradle Of Mod-
I ern Civilization.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:45 a.m.. with Rabbi Sachs
discussing: Ruth: The Symbol
Ot Loyalty. Yizkor will be at 11
: a.m.
Kneseth Israel Holds Special
Memorial Service For Heroes
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Avenue, will usher
in the first day of Shavuoth on
Friday morning at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.. and will
I include Yizkor and a special Me-
1 morial Day Service dedicated to
' American heroes. Participating
| will be Post No. 330. Jewish War
I Veterans, under the direction of
i Rabbi Abraham Cassel and as-
sisted by Cantor Abraham Seif.
Mincha is scheduled for 6:45
j p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos,
i with Israel Levenson as host.
Canter Grossberg To Chant
Lilurgy At Hialeah Service
Cantor M. Grossberg will chant
the liturgy during Friday even-
ling services of the Hialeah Jew-
ish Community Center, 951 East
4th Avenue, at 8:30 p.m. An On-
ieg Shabbat will follow.
Cantor Silverman Assists
Rabbi Lehrman At Beach
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
conduct services, ushering in the
first day of Shavuoth at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. 1701
Washington Avenue, Friday
morning, 9 a.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Yizkor will
be at 10:30 a.m. The Rabbi will
preach on both days. Cantor
David Silverman will chant the
s. rvice, assisted by the Center
Choir under the direction of Rob-
ert Strassburg.
Daily sei vices are in the Chap-
el at 8 a.m.. and 6:45 p.m.
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Young Israel Synagogue
Friday morning services for
Shavuoth of the Young Israel
Synagogue. 4001 Chase Avenue,
will be at 9 a.m.
Friday evening services will be
at 6:30 p.m. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Yizkor will
be at 10:30 a.m.
Hebrew School Students Hold
Closing Exercises At Zamora
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Za-
mora Avenue, Coral Gables, will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 D.m., with Reverend Rudolf
E. Brill officiating.
Children of the Hebrew school
will hold closing night exercises
at that time. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow.
Junior services will precede
the regular services Saturday
morning at 9 a.m., with Yizkor
scheduled for 11 a.m. Mincha will
be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shal-
os Seudos.
Coral Gables Service Begins
Tomorrow At 9:30
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, 320 Palermo Avenue, will
hold Friday morning Shavuoth
Services at 9:30 a.m. Ruth. Sym-
bol Of Devoted Love, will be the
subject of a sermon to be deliv-
ered by Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9:30 a.m. Yizkor will fol-
low at 11 a.m., with readings
from the Memorial Tablet. Con-
gregational singing will be led
by Cantor Irving Robinson.
"A GOOD NAML
ia more to be
treasured than riches."
Proverb*
GORDON
FUNERAL
- HOME -
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
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
Vme for other gratefu'
families
* *""* % jF *
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th AVehue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436


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Jmlsiif*>rl(M*n
FRIDAY
I i
Pictorial
Review
UJA HELPS WIPE OUT HUNGER IN GHETTO?
>. i
i
i
i
Al Finkelsl?in leftl. treasurer of Miami Beach Lodge No. 170.
Knights of Pythias, holds a check with which his group purchased
a $500 State of Is: ..el Bond in honor of Moshe Shaiett. foreign
minister of Israel who will speak al the Dade County Auditorium
June 1st. Jack Parzen. chancellor commander of the Lodge, signs
the corporal resolution for the purchase, as Harry Sonz. member
of the executive committee for the Greater Miami Bond Commit-
tee, turns bond over to Murray M. Sheldon, chairman of trustees
of the Lodge.
Hurgiy Jewish youngsters from the squalid ghel.o of Tripoli are fed at Kindergarten in Libyta
ported with United Jewish Appeal funds. This year will see the emigration of thousands of J
still waiting in North Africa for an opportunity to more to Israel. Most of these people musliton
ceive needed relief care. For 1952. UJA requires a minimum of S151.500.000 on behalf of Jm|
Moslem lards and other parts of the world. UJA's chief task is to help Israel win economic f
i
ISRAEL'S 4th BIRTHDAY EMPHASIZES
UJA ROLE IN NEW STATE'S PROGRESS
Distinguished Scientist Dr. F. Bayard Carter, of Duke University
left). U\Vs with Mr. ard Mrs. Leonard Wien about tl.j Dade
County Cancer Institute's three-phase program of diagnosis.
education and research. Dr. Carter is one of seven leading sci-
entist! who attended Miami's first seminar on cancer cytology.
Wien is president of the Institute and one of three co-chairmen
of e memljrship enrollment to raise SI01.750 for the coming
year's operation.
t
PVT. OBADIAH SHAMASH, 24
From Iraq, In Israel 10 Months
SEAMAN DAN SIEFF, 22
From lioumania. In Israel One Year
POLICEMAN MEHACHEWFlSHafll
From Roumania, In /srl Twl"|
Rabbi Irving Lehrmen and Commander Daniel N. Heller of the
Jewish War Veterans Post No. 330 making final arrangements
for the dedication of Closing Late Friday Evening Service of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center to the Jewish War Veterans of Amer-
ica in commemoration of Memorial Day.
The
account
the "I*
here of Israel's fourth anniversary of independence took
tone role which American Jews have played in.>u9n tne United Jewish Appeal in i m
and settlement of the new Jewish State. Through the UJA. American Jews in ire ,
have made possible the rescue and the movement to Israel of more than 700.000 home. _
the men and women shown above. Sine... Israel's establishment as a free and inae|~ ctj0n '
State. American Jews have also made it possible for the UJA to finance the conw. rf H
agricultural settlements, the building of at least '25.000 housing units, the d*velS dis*led'
to finance "__, ,0t
the develop!*""
scale irrigation schemes and the rehabilitation of manV thousands of aged. sickt" and in
comers. The rr.en and women shown
rod in thanks to American Jews and the United Jewish Appeal for giving
above celebrated Israel's 4th birthday In JOT ^
live in dignity. As Israel enters the fifth year of its statehood and independence.
'*%',uppor! of *UJA to h#,p th "" *> ehiT*the harde"


YAQUH
FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1952
'. ->*X
I
-*-
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jmlsli IHwlUKiii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VHT1CB 18 HBREBT QIVEN that
, ignsd, desiring t-. .:jk.ik<- in
s under the fictitious name of
4IDE II' >r i:i .. in 23S Washing-
.,;,, vvcnue, Miami Beach, Florida,
lo registi i said name with the
('-i,.:], .,r the Circuit Court o( Dade
. .. Florida.
THEODt IRE \\ II.I.IAMS
ABRAHAM LEHRMAN
Sic'MO
\ for Abraham Leht man
Ion William..
8,6-13-20,
gLRY
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15021?
HARRIET WILLIAMS. Plaintiff,
r.r
T
. I.I, I >. WILLIAMS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Capt. Russell D. Williams
11 \i 8, Box "'T:;
Lowry Air I ore* l laae
Denver, Colorado
y. i are hereb) notified that a Hill
,.f Complaint for Divorce hnn been
filed against you, and you are re-
nglred to serve a copy of your Ans-
.,,, : I'W-aillm.' lo the FH1I of Com-
olami "n the plaintiff's Attorneys,
MY Ells, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, 6.~>0
gtybold Building, Miami. Florida, and
,!,. itit- original Answer or Pleading.
In the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
COlt Court on or before the 23rd day
of June, ltd. If you fall to do .so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
os, h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JKW'IHH FLORIDIAN.
AND ORDERED nt 'Miami,
this 23rd day of May, A.D.
DONE
Plot Ida,
IMi
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, F'lorida.
i ill Court Seal)
By JOHN WEST.
Deputy Clerk.
NITERS, 1IEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
- 1,6-13-20
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
l\ THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T" M.I. TO Wllo.M THESE PRES-
ENTS Ml ALL COME, GREET -
IXi IS;
lo cei tlfy that, win reas,
VN VVEPMAN, MIAMI. FLA.
\ MAYERSON, MIAMI, l-'LA
VN i: PEARCE, MIAMI. FLA.
Ilsl da) of August, A.D.
be incorpo i ted under
of i "hapter l KW6, l.a.' i
A I of IJ2 .. BEACH BAR,
i'oipnratlon, with iis pi li
r business I M ami, l >ade
the State of Florida, and
Ihe proper office! a of such

'lid no the 23rd nas of
y VI', 1K5L', i-a us.- to be filed In
. -th' Secretary of State
State of Florida, a duly authen-
ticated n -..lotion adopted by the
under the provisions of
Mil Chapter ldoss. Laws ..; I lorlda,
Acts "i 1825, Show ing Hi. dlssi
ich corporation, and the Secretary
- satisfied that the require-
if law have been complied
of Sl.i
Rients
'
fSEAL)
I
IN- WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State >f Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the 23rd day of May, A.D
1952.
R A. CRAY,
Secretary of State.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 15024C
IJ- I.I.I' GARRISON, Plaintiff
vs.
MAMIE SII-: GARRISON, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAMIE SUE GARRISON
Roaah .- Brown
tr.D =1
- i. Georgia
- hereby notified, that a Bill
it for Divorce has been
.gainst you in the above cause
-"ii are required to serve a copy
ii anawei on the Plaintiffs At-
and file tin- original in the
"f the Clerk of the Circuit
on or before the 30th day of
June, 1952, otherwise the allegations
' the Bill of Complaint will be taken
" nnfessed liv you.
I at Miami." Bade County, Elor-
: this 2th flay ,>f M.-n 1952.
B. li. LEATHERMAN,
, Clerk of the Circuit Court
C Ircuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
-....., Deputy Clerk
mani'el ltjbbl,
Attorney for Plaintiff
lawyers Building
,. V K 2nd Ave.
-Mlunl, Florida
'6-13-20
'
I :' '
.
Itoi I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
x 'TICH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned, desiring to engage In
under tin- fictitious name of
ER RESTAURANT AND BAR,
f '"1 N". W. Tlh Ave., Miami. I'la .
I -lister said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
HAN's MARTIN HANSON
NILS 8. JOHANb'SON
'HEN F, KE8SLER
[or Applicants
Plagler st.
I 6-13-10
NOTICE UNDtK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
derslgned, desiring to engage i"
under the fictitious name ,.r
j APARTMENTS, at lOtn His-
' Boulevard. Miami. Florida. In-
"t to reglHter said name with the
'''* of the Circuit Court of Dade
'""'lv. Florida.
NASH RUSS
,-,,,.. SYDNEY ABLER
li.. KR MANNHfcJiMKK
B/ii,rney8 for N*h Apartments
| 5/U-23-30 6/ -
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11-E
NOTICE UNDER FIC^tTt^uT-
v,.t,.-,. ,NAME LAW
uJuKSS ,:..,".i!.-l.:,:,v ?,VEN
busln.
rtAYVPE lEW,
1"W
Florida
B-16-!
SEYMOPR TENZER
' nor
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE aV^.der fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .',-,
the ui
Lelo
Dade county! I \
IRVIN KORNICKS
BERT SAGER ** OWnM
Attorney foi Appllc int
Blp Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
1/16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N- ., NAME LAW
III REBY GI\-EN that
'
' It Ci i |, ,
; HOBBS
ni
W.I i
18-23-1 6 '.
F^ cuHEEUT.LRllUiT.C0URT 0F THE
I, N,T,H JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 149659
IDA KALMAN. Plaintiff,
JACK kalman. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JACK KALMAN
2022 West 22nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
and required to serve a copy of your
answer to the bill of complaint" for
divorce a copy of which is enclosed
herewith, on plaintiffs attorney, and
Hie the original In the office of the
< lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
tounty, Florida, on or before the
31at day of May, 15J. otherwise th.
allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED; Mav bid, 1952
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court
By G. P.. FrARDlE,
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL .T. RANI'
Attorney for Plaintiff
lOin Olympla Building
Miami 12, Florida
J/9-16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 136873-B
EXCHANGE Bl'FFET, INC.,
a Florida coi Plaintiff,
vs.
EXCHANGE PROPERTIES; INC.
a l .mala orporatIon, and
KITTY BLOOM, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREIN GIVEN 11
of, and pu
to, that e< i tai-i Final l lecri e ol
closure and >.i!- made and :. .
by thi Hanoi Uai C. \\
heart, .-: .- ol the .1 idges .-; th. .
styled coui t. in Ih I r< i tain
therein purlin- whi eln F-XCHANGE
BL'FFET, IXi'.. a I'. -- Ida orporat Ion,
is plaintiff, and EXCHANGE PROP-
ERTIES, INC., a Florida corporal
ami kitty BLOOM, av defendants,
th.- undersigned as Special Mast.
pointed by said decree, will off.
sale, and sell to the highest bidder foi
cash before the south from dobt
the Courtho isi In the Count] of i lad
City of Miami, and state of Florida,
on the 2nd day of June, 1952, the
same being a legal sale* day and
within the legal hours of sale, the
following described property, sliuati
lying ami being In the Comity I
Dade, and Stat. .-: Florida, to-wit:
All of the restaurant -
mint and kit.inn equipment
contained In the premises
known as numbers run n. E
Si on.I Street and :II2 N. E.
Si ond Street, in Miami, Dade
County, Florida, Including the
following r s t a u r a n t and
kitchen equipment, to-wit:
Neon signs
1 Ceiling fan
i stanie.v Knight sods fountain, 12
with l horsepower compressor
l Btalnli ss si-. : i frlgerated sala I-
sandwlch unit Ith 'j hoi sei owi i
compressor i on pli
j Toastmnstet toasters
i L'nlversal waffle machine
I Mosley safe
12 fool gtalnli is sti el lunch
counter
II chromium leather upholstered
tools .
S I-... mlcs tables and plastic uphol-
stered lounge booths, $800.00 w I
r .i ,.- iied ami back bar
of soda fountain
Stamiess si.-.-, si-rvicc counter ami
stainless steel walled shelves
Stainless Steel steam tabje
Garland range
Piteo Frylator
Garland Broiler
Wood worktop table 5
McCary Refrigerator, 16 cubic feel
with 1 horsepower compressor
Iniv.isal dishwashing machine
Sheet metal sink, drainhoards
Walk-in refrigerator box 6x6
Kit.ben hood
Blower fan iM1_
Chopper and mixer #8S84W
National .ash register #41 iT
Malt.-.l milk machine Hamilton
sbi'mu Machine (Hobart) #2769
Meal block
Garbage cans.
Large hanging scale .. .
Lai-!.- standing fans 26". 3 blade
Cake stainless steel stands
pie show -
Nankin dlspi nsers .
Banana spill holders and sundales
Twin stainless steel c .ff.-.- urn
Dish pans for duty dlsnes
I
in i neous (
men) i""1 inP "' :'. "
it watei iFer In ba* n.
tocethet with the leasi
kitchen in I real mi "< nr'
,,; whl h leai
here? JJJJJ
I- fui i ;'.
together with
,. -.....i 'Mil and trade
St the restaurant known
; ..,. the Exchange Buffet
76 4-'
LEGAL NOTICE
U-gSSS w1t\?:all and singular the
tenement hereditaments "" appur-
tanancas thereto belonging or in nn> -
wise appertaining. .
Dated ..'is ethjlav^oy M^-B.
Special Master
ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ
5/9-11-23-30 **
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS '
.. NAME LAW
. N"' IC i l> HEREBY GIVEN that
. I
ii.".....soi
i i. at l-ade Couni
- lid van i clerk
tit Court of Dai
ALSOBEL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"
NAME LAW
NOI ICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
[he ui d. idgned, desiring I i
' the fli llou me of
H(,R8ESHOE RESTACRANT aL57
P; Wh Street, Miami, l-ia., intends
... register said name with the i'i- .
or th.- i ircuit Curt of Dade county.
r lorlda.
STEPHEN F. KESsiER* TAYLOR
Attorney for Applicant
*200 W. Flagler St.
5/16-23-30 6,6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
^ No. 144888
DANIEL OAMING. Plaintiff
vs.
SHIRLEY CAMING, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SHIRLFIY CAMING.
825 Brooks LAne.
Baltimore, Maryland
YOU are required to serve a copy
of the Answer to the Rill of Complaint
"l..... the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON Rt'THENRERt;. 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before
IS, 1952; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 12th day of May, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
i S.-ai)
Bl R. II. RICK, JR.
Deputy clerk
.; ..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND COR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27981B
I R. BSTATE OF
POLoMuN I'ODGARSKY,
ill ,i-
PMl. h iDG VRSKY, I-- I
Ing Claims or I oand> Ap ilnst
1
You, ii n.i each of you,
: and i quired i
.....
of you. a.
estati si 'la IMI -\ POD I VRSK
... km b a as s- >i. Pi HxiAltSK
ate of 1 lade 'ounty, Flo\ -
i.l. t-> the Honorable County Judges
of 1 ide 'ount>, and file the same In
hi., office in the County Courthouse
in Dad. County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
.-- i!.- first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal dress of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, oi -. me III be ban ed.
Date May S, A.D. 1952.
JESSIE I'i IDGARSKY,
As Administratrix of the
11st i I
Si il.i IMI IN Pi HXJARSKY,
. la known as
SOL PODGARSKY,
i >< ceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Vi ... for Administratrix
23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
..... No- '5002i
BALVATORE MARANO, Plaintiff
FLORENCE MARANO
* N. 17th Street
Philadelphia, Pa., Defi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rO: FLORENCE MARANO
1 u ai.- hereby notified that
of Complaint for Dlvon hi
filed against you, and you are re
ed to serve .. copj of youi Answ'ei
l leading t., the Bill of Complaint
i Bill
been
luire-
n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnl
th. II '
llou .....
VENT-A-LOOK AWNING SHl'TTER
in (Nol Inc.) and ALL'M-A-VENT
AWNING SHl'TTER '". (Not Inc.),
It 359.1 N W. 51th Strei '. Miami.
Florida, Intends to i glstei said name
will, of the Circuit Court
..; Dade C unty, Florida.
Al.I'MIM'.M ROLL-UP
AWNING COMPANY
sole owner
IMOS BENJAMIN
for .
Aluminum Roll-l'p Awning Co.
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149889
MURRAY LANDY, Plaintiff,
[SABELLE J LANDY. Defendant.
TO: ISABELLE J. LANDY
122 East 82nd Street
New York, New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.You, ISABELLE J. LANDY, are
hereby n. slfled that s Bll of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
I you are renulrt I to
our At sw< o Plead-
ing to the Bill "f Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE J.
T \I.l \Ni 'Ff 120 Lin oln Road, Mi-
nn i Bi l orlda, and fi!.- thi
Pleading ti tin
of the Clerk of the C
on or Ihe 12th di
..,- i yOU fail to do so, j id|
h< taken at |nst you
nded n the BUI of
Wished
In THE JEWISH Fl OR1D1 VN.
DONE \M' ORDERED at M
i .. this 12th day of May, A.D.
F B. LEATHERMAN,
CIi rk, Cirt ull C urt,
Dade County, Florida
(OrcnltCtng s. ;; |;1(.K J]; _
Deputy Clerk
GFXIRGE .T. TALlAN'iil-'
Attorney for Plaintiff
4?0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
5/16-23-30 6/6
'' I : : Utorn< AL'i'iliTt
' '-- '' M Pai v......can Bank
i. P'.orlda, and file
gins '. .....- in pleading i-i
fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court......r before the lith daj of
June, 1952. If you fail -,.. do bo, iudg-
II nt i-:. .i, fault wll b taken ngs -
'':' for the relief demanded in the
' M ol c.....plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we. k ioi four conei utlve weeks
E JEWISH F'LORIDIAN
AND ORDERED i Miami,
this 16th day of May, A.I'
I" IN E
'
1852,
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj U'.M. YV. BTOCKINO,
Deputy cierk
ARTHUR C MASbl, JR.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ills Pan American Bank Building
Miami. F'lorida
5/23-31 fi'6-13
,o\
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business fender the fictitious name of
miami shores .-, i 9531 and 9535 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Mi-
ami Shores, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida.
__.. R. M. CARPER
GEORQE J. TAl.IANiiKF
Attorney for Applicant
42" Lincoln Roan
Miami Beach, F'la,
5/23-30 6/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NASON'S KIDDIE WEAR NOVEL-
TIES, at 6263 s'.W. Mb Street, Miami.
-. intends t.. register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
- I i 'adi 'o ml I", irldn,
NASn.V KIDDIE WEAR INC.,
a .1- lorlda < 'oi p -.. i i.-ii
KOVNER R MANNHEIMER
\ n-.\ for
NASiiN KIDDIE WEAR, INC.,
a I-" -j Ida Cori
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2313L
BE: ESTATE OF
ATWELL ODAM, : Iso kll< ivh as
ATWARD ODAM, ATWOOD
i 'I (AM, 'HARLES I r| i.\ M and
CHARLES WILLIAMS.
I'. eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that l
have filed my final report and petltioi
for Final Discha ge as Administra-
trix of the .state of ATWELL ODAM
deceased; and that .,n the ltith da)
of Jan.-. 1952, I will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of sal.
final r.-port and for final discharge
as Administratrix of the Estate ol
atwell ODAM, deceased.
This 12th day of May. 19 -
MAGGIE i'DAM
Administratrix
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Maggie clam,
Administratrix of Estate of
Atwell t'llain. deceased.
li 16-23-80 '- 6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name <>: '
GKFXIOBY APARTMENTS, at 1040
13th Street. Miami Beach, F.....
Intend to eg Ister .i.l mi..... with I
clerk of the "Ircull i 'ourl of Dad
County, Florida.
J. C. CHL'TKOW
HARRY I. SO.NZ
OENET& GENET
Attorneys for owners
120 Llm oln Road, Miami Beach
6 -'- 1 :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149765
CLARENCE MOORE, Plaintiff
vs,
EL'LALEE MOORE, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. i:t lai.ki: mi ii ibe, i iii Weal
142nd Street, New York City, New
Yoi;.. are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for divorce has been
filed agalnsl you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
Harold Shapiro. 927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 6th day of
June, 1!'52. If you fall to do so. judg-
in. nt by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this 7th day of May. 19S1.
E.. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, F'lorida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
.". f-lR-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, nt 1250 20th
- eet, Miami Beach, Intends lo reg-
ister said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
RENATO LEVI
MYERS, HEIMAN & KKPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
- i b Id Bldg.
5/9-16-i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149794
CLIFFORD II. MARK. Plaintiff.
VS.
3 ACQ CELINE M. MARK.
I i.-f,mlaiit.
BILL OF COMPLAINT
FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACQUELINE M. MARK
113 Mat iso n Hill Road
South Glastonbury, Connecticut
Yoc, JACQUELINE M. mark.
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you arc required to
seiw a copy of your Answer or Pl.-.ol
log to the Bill of Complaint on tlu.
Plaintiff's Attorneys, DCDZIAK &.
MIGOSKI, 6351 Blscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk or the Circuit Court on or
before the !lth day of June, 1952. If
you fall to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in tile Bill of Com
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
F'iorlda, this 8th day of May, A.D.
1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, F'lorida.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
5/16-23-30 6/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15005C
!.'IS A MARS TON. Plaintiff
VS.
OLIVER M. MARSTON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: OLIVER M. MARSTON
.... THOMAS DILLON
LAKEVILLE, CONN,
YOC are required t serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of c. .
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs At-
torney ami to fli.- the original Ai
In the office of the Clerk of the Cli
cull Comt on or before the lath day
of June, 1932, othetIse, the Bill
Complaint for Divorce heretofon
will be taken ,.s confessed i.>
j ou.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this lath
da} oi May, A.D. 19
E. B. leatherma:
Clerk of the Circuit I
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W, STOCK IN i
Deputy Clerk
Name and adttreSS Ol
Plaintiff's Attorney:
Norman r. lyons
110-12 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
5 23-80 6 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 149981
l.oXA MATOY, Plaintiff
vs.
CLIFFORD MATOY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: CLIFFORD MATOY
Tellico Plains
Tennessee
You are hereby notified that a Biir
of Complaint for Divorce has i.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Vrts-
wcr or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Ait-
HERMAN WEPMAN, 107 Blsi
Bldg., Miami, l-la.. and file the -
ii (newer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the 'ircull C
-ii or I-, fore the liitii day of
1952. If you fail to do so, judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of Cmplalnt.
This notice shall be published onca
each w.ek for four consecutive wei ..-
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Ml iml
Florida, this 16th day Of May, A.D.
1952.
K. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, F'lorida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, YV. STOCK INC
Deputy Clerk
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Red Cross Hits
Chapter Goal
Red Cross volunteer workers
cheered the announcement here
that the 1952 campaign had reach-
ed its chapter goal of $259,952.
Jorn B. Turner, general chair-
man, stated that S261.424 had been
reported. "Meeting our chapter
goal is not enough." Turner said,
"and our volunteer workers will
rut let it be enough. As residents
of a disaster area, we know what
Red Cross is called upon to do
for disaster sufferers, and we cai
We mustmake that extra t f-
fort to insure our getting that
(15,000 National Red Cross has
asked ;,s our share in the work for
the tornado and flood victims."
Turner told workers that tl
the first time in fivj years that
Dade County Chapter had n
its quota. "This campaign has
en a striking demo: stration of
teamwork and community sup-
port. The finest citizens of our
..unity have shewn that thi y
willing to work and give to
c : tinue this program which
makes our area ;, bitter place in
whicl to live."
IN THE MAIL
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
120 NE (ith Street
,.'iii. Florida
Dear Editor:
In the course "f my life. I have
lost many things. But. I have
a feeling that I am now about
to suffer one of the greatest loss-
' and that, while it may be sen-
timental in vale, will affect the
lives of countless others, as well
rr.y own.
I am speaking of the present
proposal to erect an auditorium
in Lummus Park, one of the old-
est, most beloved and genuine
landmarks in Miami Beach. There
is so much that is commercially
beautiful here; but there is so
little left of the old-time physical
beauty that once attracted peo-
ple from all over to come to our
shores.
Not so long ago. I was per-
mitted to speak on several oc-
casions before the Miami Beach
Council at City Hall against the
innovation of concessions in
Lummus Park. Besides, the vo-
luminous signatures I secured on
a petition, indicated the people
were in accord with my horror
at the proposed desecration of
Lummus Park. The plans were
fortunately never carried out.
N v that an auditorium is to
go up with a starting seating ca-
pacity of 600. who is to say that
it will stop there? I have'a fu-
turistic view of bigger auditor-
iun s, concessions, hoi dog stands.
vendors, hucksters and hawkers
free with the beauty and
comparative peacefulness afford-
v old Lummus Park. Whv
is be necessary?
Is there no room < lsewhere for
' riums? Must the already
pace of 1 blic bead
I
G : iven viev fn
0 i Drivi er tl rolling
ei the
' n no Ion |
- : nan-
op< : m Ocea
I be gn : h in< I
by th an
'
the Park i
itiful n any
buili ip i
the intervening littli
gre< n.
I ::. as
[eel
1 W m'l th v pie;
' only their < but
plea that Lu Park
left intact and uncluttered,
' mall plot of green be
nted that thi; is ,-, r
pb a, il < ,,nk
vith ar. e;
our minds to dwell
j on what thi outi o i e of
building on Lummus Park i
in to the uit nal lesti uction
of another place of beauty on
Miami Beach. Don't let u hap-
pen.
Sara Harris
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