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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
-Number 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
if uses Further Reparations Talk Brandies Group
German 750 Million Proposal
(JTA) The Is- I the Germans and the Israelis. The
ent's delegation to | State Department has not been
eparations talks at | approached by either side to sup-
1 remain in Lon-1 port any specific settlement fig-
ure, it was indicated.
Denying the expressed stand,
spokesman for the Israel Embas-
sy said in Washington that the
Israel Government has no infor-
mation which would tend to con-
firm the London reports that the
United States, France and Great
Britain have refused to support
Israel's reparations claims against
the West German Government.
In London, Lord Reading, Un-
der Secretary of State for For-
eign Affairs, told the House of
Lords that Germany's obligation
to Israel was not to be considered
in the same category as the com-
mercial indebtedness.
"Any such payment would, I
understand, be based upon the
calculated x.-osts of resettlement in
Israel of Jews driven out of Eur-
ope by the Nazis," Lord Reading
declared. "It would, however, ob-
viously not be in the nature of
an ordinary commercial indebted-
ness, but rather in the nature of
some measure of reparation, of
moral even more than material
value, for the enormities com-
mitted during the Hitler regime."
Cabinet makes a
on the future of
Sd talks, it was
held two meetings
Bk at which Ger-
|elegation head, re-
on the situation,
extensive discus-
rnment spokesman
egotiations at The
kw entered such a
that further in-
needed by the
it could reach any
that the Israel
till not continue its
cs with West Ger-
asis of the German
pi/e $750,000,000 as
lar.y owes. He in-
Ihe German offer
feed the Israel Gov-
[ angered many of
le attitude of the
toward the Ger-
)arations talks was
Washington by in-
sources in con-
;ports in London
States, Britain
|ve turned down a
el that they give
fcking in Bonn to
The London re-
It Washington par-
asized its "neutral-
reports said that
has considerably
ie hands of the in-
talks now going
etween the West
|rnment and the
delegation to the
reparations Con-
lague. Comment-
reports, official
kid it would be in-
be America's po-
fal. They pointed
lited States is on
Ig sympathetic to
1 agreeable to both
Jeuinh Religion Still Alive in US8M9
Hriiish Parliament Member Says
Gives Scholarships
Two hundred scholarships valu-
ed at $100,000 are being offered ,
by the Brandeis Youth Founda- ?ult"raJ SPSSST* Byd?ey ?"-
LONDON (JTA) Jewish re-
ligion is still alive in Moscow,
but there is r.o trace of Jewish
tion to help prepare youth for
leadership in the American-Jew-
ish community, Louis Levine,
president of the Foundation, an-
nounced in New York last week.
The Foundation sponsors three
summer camps at Winterdale,
Pennsylvania; H e n dersonville,
North Carolina; and Sar.ta Su-
sana, California. It also maintains
an Arts Institute and a Year-
Round-Institute.
General aim of the Brandeis
program is to instill an apprecia-
tion of Jewish cultural heritage
and to create a desire for active
leadership in communal affairs
while stressing the dignity and
value of Jewish identity, Levine
said.
Candidates for scholarships
should be between 18 and 25 years
of age and high school graduates.
It is desirable, but not obligatory,
that the candidates have some as-
verman, left-wing Laborite mem-
ber of the British Parliament, de-
clared here last week-end fol-
lowing his return from the Mos-
cow Economic Conference.
Silverman visited the Moscow
synagogue on the eve of Passover
and reported that he found it
packed, with many young people
present. He emphasized that in
nis opinion there is no element
of anti-Semitism connected with
the liquidation of the Jewish cul-
tural institutions. He expressed
the belief that the settlement of
Jews in Biro-Bidjan has not been
abandoned by the Soviet Govern-
ment but added that it was his
impression that the project had
not succeeded very well "prob-
ably because of the limited in-
terest on the part of the Jews
themselves."
Reporting on sentiment in Mos-
cow toward Israel, Silverman
rubles each which, he said, is
very high price.
isaid: "The Soviet attitude to the
sooation with Jewish youth work. problem of contact between Sov-
More important, Levine stressed, iet Jewish citizens and Israel can
are personality and leadership
qualities which, with the proper
development will enable Founda- United states wouid have been
tion graduates to render leader-
ship service to their communities.
Independence Rally Attracts 5,000;
Van Paassen Sees Israel as Beacon
A rally celebrating Israel's 4th
anniversary of indepedence was
attended bv some 5,000 persons
last Tuesday night at. Flamingo
Park. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council here, presided at the
melting which heard guest
speaker Pierre Van Paassen in a
blazing attack against American
and British failure to recognize
the Eastern population's drive to-
groups here under the direction
of Sy Friedman, executive direc-
tor.
Resolutions recognizing the role
played by the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee here in
the Independence anniversary
festivities and to the United
States Congress expressing the
most easily be understood by con-
sidering what the attitude of the
to this matter if the Jewish State
had joined the Russian bloc."
Meanwhile, members of the Is-
raeli delegation to the Moscow
Economic Conference said in Hai-
fa that they saw Jews in the
Moscow synagogue only during
Passover and that then, as well
as at other times, the local Jews
seemed afraid to approach the
Israelis. The delegation returned
yesterday from the Soviet Union.
One member of the delegation
told of seeing his brother-in-law
in the synagogue, but said that
the latter was afraid to speak to
him because of the "translators"
Zionist Council's gratitude "for
including Israel in our Govern-j who accomparied the delegates.
ment's foreign aid program of The delegates also reported that
there was no Yiddish newspaper
in Moscow but that a small num-
ber of Yiddish books is available.
The delegates si.:d that there
appeared to be a possibility for
increasing Israeli citrus experts
les
$90,000
[Bonds in Grratar
gel Independence
S90.000 last
it at the Southern
tig of Ihe Faithful
jlonv theater. The
pale of l.onds foi
Jure and advance
the May 1st tes-
to Dr. Morris
feresents cash col-
edc emed commit-
commitments, as
tmmitments n ade
ent. Trie celebra-
rth anniversary of
"denco will be
1951-52." were read by Mrs. Ben-
ward self-determination and "the Ijamin Meyers,
will to overthrow the feudal mis- Ra'ob.s Max Shapiro and Jo-
ery ard poverty of untold mil-jseph Narot delivered the invoca-
lenia." Simultaneously. Van Pass- | tion and benediction, respectively,
sen praised Israel and its demo- Honorable George Holt Intro-
cratic promise as an expression | duced guest speaker Van Paas-> to the USSR. One delegate stated
of the fulfillment of Biblical re- sen._____________________________| thaj_oranges_soldjor four to five
velation.
The journalist-author, whose
ipoli'icnl and economics books
highlighting the Eastern nations
::;ive sold millions of copies,
ralltd the new Jewish state "the
beacon that rises as the world's |
aspiration for hope and peace I
dims." He sited Russian failure to
overrun Iran, the North African
continent and Europe not "as a
gesture to prove Its desire for
peace," tut as a subtle method "I
watchful-waiting for the day
when hatred for the blind West
will have reached its high p nt
and when conquest of those areas
will mean sin ply walking In."
Scoring Egyptian leadership as
val and diseased, he placed
at its feet the next holocaust
which "must be stimulated by
antipathy toward everything
democratic and constructive cur-
y. May 2th. with I rently rising in Israel/' .
all Dade County Co-sponsori I by the Zionist
i Council of South Florida and the
e Powdl. of Mi- the American Christian Palestine
iciallv proclaimed Committee, the rally also hi am
ael Independence from Mrs. George Cohen, promi-
Zior is) leader, who snared
ISRAEL SCHOOL TRAINING
INCREASED BY UJA FUNDS
kg with last Tues-
pmir.go Park rally.
incil of Orgarjiza-
krior to the opening
ipaign, held Sun-
at the Royal Palm
begin an immedi-
lllect money on un-
litments in Great-
|es of Israel Bonds
$130,000,000, Dr.
with Rabbi Mescheloff in the
numerous introductory remarks.
Mrs. L. J. McCafircy and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams spoke on be-
half of the Committee.
Tribute to the late Israel R.
Goodman, who died here some
three weeks ago. were also read.
Mr. Goodm.m's work in connec-
tion with the American Christian
Palestine Committee
i ju.uuu.uuu, Lr. i t-aiesiin ,was _ji
orted Wednesday, I lighted by Mrs. McCaffrey s and
hdependence Issue I Dr. Williams' addresses. Kaooi
rgest foreign bond I Leon Kronish read %iK
and Cantor David Silverman
chanted the prayer for the deceas-
ated in the United
coupons on Israel
payable May 1st,
J, and urged all per-
eir coupons as soon
simplify bookkeep-
The program also included pre-
sentations by Cantors Abraham
Seif and Irving Robinson and Is-
raeli dances by Young Judaea
This eaineU child is altnding school at Dir El Kersi in Israel.
The school receives funds end equipment through On United
Jewish Appeal. UJA must give assistance to 250.000 Jews who
still look to American Jews for aid. Since World War II. UJA has
helped more than 1.000.000 Jews in Europa and Moslam lands,
while hundreds of thousands have been aided in finding new
home* in Israel and in other democratic lands.
Urge Truman To
Veto Omnibus Bill
NEW YORK (JTA) Concern
over the passage of the Walter
Omnibus Immigration Bill by the
House of Representatives was ex-
pressed here in a resolution adop-
ted bv the National Administra-
tive Committee of the American
Jewish Congress at the close of
its two-day mid-year conference.
The bill was passed in the House
last Friday by a vote of 206 to
68.
In its resolution, the American
Jewish Congress called upon the
Senate to defeat the companion
measure, the McCarran Bill. It
urged President Truman to veto
the measure, in the event that it
was passed by the Senate, "as
violative of American principles
of justice and humanitarianism,
as unresponsive to the urgent hu-
man needs of large numbers of
people in many lands ard as prej-
udicial to the moral leadership
which our country is giving to the
free peoples of the world."
The conference also adopted a
resolution demanding the im-
mediate deportation of General
Walter Schreiber, former Nazi
Wehrmacht medical chief, dis-
charged some months ago from
his research post with the United
States Air Force as a result of
public indignation arising from
the exposure of his criminal med-
ical experiments on Nazi concen-
tration camp inmates. The reso-
lution also called for the dis-
charge from employment in US
defense and military services of
all former responsible Nazi gov-
ernment officials or military of-
ficers, regardless ot their special
abilities or skills and demanded
that those now in the United
States be deported.
--------------------------------
Friedtand Heads
Firm To Seek
OH In Israel
A new company headed by
[Samuel Friedland. of Miami, has
been formed to seek oil in Is-
rael.
; Representatives of the com-
pany, which is made up of Amer-
ican. Swiss and Israeli business-
men, are now in Israel awaiting
passage by the (Cresset of an oil
rights Hll which will permit them
|to obtain oil prospecting conces-
sions. While the capitalization of
the group is nol known, it is
lieved that the company is pre-
pared to spend as much as two
years in prospecting and to drill
wells as deep as 10.000 feet if nec-
esarv. It i xpects to drill for oil
in the Negev and in the Galilee
hills.
iiabtes 1 "enter To
ISreak t*round
B . i Morris A. Skop, spirit-
ual leader -f the Coral Gables
i will i U-ss the
ground-breaking on Sunday. : I
4th, 11 a.m., for the 80-fo >i a Idi-
to the ('( liter's present bu l.t-
Pri id nl Her i an Fisher will
din ct the remonies a n embei s
of the B< lard of Directors will be
onored with turnir u the eat th
lor the cornerstone. President-
elect A. Edgar Miller will present
bu.lder Herbert Gelernter with
the cheek for the foundation.
the new addition will provide
a seating capacity for some 1,000
persors and will be ready for the
next High Holy Days. It will in-
clude the Rabbi's Study, enlarged
kitchen facilities and three added
classrooms for the Religious and
Daily Hebrew Schools. Estimated
cost of the addition is $60,000.


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loinl Zionist* -
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Dr. Louis (.".. Lyttor., president
M ami
Beach-Israel Zionist District,
Zionist Organization of Air.i i k ...
has announced the cum.- 11
chairmen in charge of activities
for the (
Cultural and Education. David
Goodn n Louis Mechlowitz;
Youth C n, Harry Sonz
and Stanley Joel Levine; Fund
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Demo >n, Mai Englander;
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Citizens ofDade County
Norman R. Lyons and Dora Lyons
request the pleasure of your presence
at the voting poles on May 6th
to join them in
Pulling Lever 26-B
to elect
M. H. ROSENHOUSE
Your Next County Solicitor
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)AY, MAY 2, 1952
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Lever 25-C
AROL
TUCK
on the Board of County Commissioners
I 5th District
MOW Harold Turk respectfully solicits the vote and support of all voters in Dade
)n order that he may continue to SERVE them faithfully and well.
These outstanding citizens are su porting Harold Turk in addition to
thousands of others we do not have space to list.
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County
Bam Blank
Jennie Grossinger
Dan Ruskin
Urs. Bess Glasser
Bam Friedland
4ax Paul
Carl Weinkle
4rs. Agnes Breig
(rs. Gertrude Thayer
lit. Regina McLinden
Irs. Olive Maecbar
Irs. Sam Hoffman
Irs. Mary Shafer
Irs. Lorraine Stehmer
Indrew T. Healey
led Semple
lame;, Marshall
fudge James Donn
Irs. James Donn
Irs. Claire Weinlraub
Roscoe Brunsfetter
Max Silver
Sam Silver
William Pallet
E. Albert Pallet
Abe Aronovifz
Stanley C. Myers
Stuart W. Patton
T. A. Whiteside
Jack A. Abbott
Sidney D. Ansin
Anna Brenner Meyers
Benjamin Meyers
Ben Giller
Fied I. Binder
Henry Cove
K. Chaachou
Joseph B. Kolver
Sam Prosierman
Nathan Raff
Sam A. Goldstein
Jack Dubinsky
Alex Van Straaten
Sol S. Goldstrom
Max L. Lipsky
Max A. Schwartz
William Weinstock
Eric Dietsch
Joseph Otto
Harry Touby
William Eichenbaum
Mrs. Bessie Nelson
William Atwill. Jr.
Edward Wallace
J. J. Perlmutter
Banjamin Bloom
Donald Murray
John T. Mahoney
Max Friedson
M. A. Baskin
Dr. A. J. Propper
Sam Weissel
Jack Gold
Tom Thomas
Ben Markowitz
Nat Teller
Ida Optner
Ann Horowitz
Morris J. Goldin
Julius Gaines
I. L. Mintzer
Leonard H. Glasser
Leonard A. Wien
John Mantell
William Silverstein
Herman M. Brenner
Robert Brenner
Samuel J. Keats
Joseph A. Wanick
Harry N. Schiff
Calvin Kovens
David Rothenberg
Dr. I. Leo Fishbein
Gilbert Goldman
Leon B. Jacobs
Ralph Lachman
Milton Sirkin
Leo Robinson
George Goldberg
William S. Weiss
Norman Giller
Leo Eisenstein
M. Tony Sherman
M. Nash
Arthur Weiss
Harry Weinberg
Samuel G. Jamison
Joe Cohen
George P. Jacobs
Alex Sussman
James Pappas
A. A. Ungar
Jack A. Ablin
Samuel Segal
HAROLD TURK HAS SERVED
in the public interest as
Chairman, Capital Funds Drive for Brandeis University.
Chairman, Brandeis-Tampa Football Classic.
President, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
President, 3 years. Betropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith
Lodges.
President. 3 years. Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith
Chairman, 5 years. Public Relations Committee, National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
Chariman, Miami Beach, Dade County Community Chest
Drive.
Chairman, Miami Beach Red Cross Drive.
Chairman, Miami Beach, Eguadoran Relief Drive.
Chairman. Metropolitan Division of Jewish Federation.
Trustee. Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Dade County Chairman of State Conference of Social
Workers in drives for Cerebral Palsy, Crippled Child-
ren's Hospital, Blood Bank, Mount Sinai Hospital.
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HAROLD TURK HAS SERVED
in Political Office as
Councilman of the City of Miami Beach
Mayor of the City of Miami Beach
Member of the Florida State Improve-
ment Commission
Member of the Committee for an Inter-
American Cultural Center and Trade
Mart
HAROLD TURK NOW
SERVES
as your Dade County Commissioner,
representing all the voiars of Dade
County.
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Mac Gache
Dr. Alexander Libow
P. J. Davis
Benjamin E. Bronston
Joel P. Newman
Jack Entine
Samuel J. Halperin
Charles Goldberg
Walter C. Kovner
Mrs. Anne Satin
Herbert Gimble
Bjp. Epstein
Max Orovitz
Lee Swartz
Moses Ginsberg
Nathan Glosser
Albert Pick
Jack August
S. E. Schwartz
HAROLD TURK
Belongs to these or-
ganizations:
Odd Fallows
Exchange Club
Chamber of Commerce
Elkr
Masonr
B'nai B'rith
Moose
Young Democralf
Junior Chamber of
Commerce
National Conference of
Christians and Jews
Advisory Committee. Inter-
American Cultural and
Tradv Center
Congregation, Beth Jacob
Congregation, Beth Tfilah
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Temple Beth Sholem




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FRIDAY, MAY |
EDITORIAL
Mcrarran Idealism
There are some of us who can recall the time
when American ideals were cherished often to
the exclusion of its citizens' good. Under the ban-
ner of such idealism, our nation's industrial might
developed. On the ashes of labor's soul and in
the name of freedom of enterpise, a gigantic, im-
personal economic organization developed which
threatened the very survival of the country's pop-
ulace.
In the name of manifest destiny, the American
Indian civilization, fighting its last ditch stand as
late as forty-five years ago, was destroyed. As
en aspect of the individual's and the state's con-
stitutional right, a civil war tore the nation into
bitter sectional conflict and led to the murder of
one of its presidents.
Examples of such strange idealism and their
unfortunate results on America's history abound.
Our own day is no less free of them than was the
past.
The House of Representatives has just seen
fit to pass the McCarran-Walier Omnibus Immi-
gration Bill. The Senate may soon follow suit.
The bill is clearly a product of current hysteria.
Fear for Communist eggression against our dem-
ocratic principles has produced a sort of philo-
sophic thinking where protective measures des-
troy that which we aim to cherish. Should, for
example, the Bill be passed, it will draw an iron
curtci'n around the United States and place a
iegis'ictive seal of inferiority on all persons of oth-
er than "Ar.glo-Saxon" origin.
In an effort to protect America internally, it
will only have succeeded in making millions of
Americans live in fear of deportction or loss of
citizenship for the most trivial and frivolous of
reasons. Idealistically, it will mean abandonment
German-Israeli Reparation Talks
by our country of its traditional welcome
ers of freedom by the unreasonable ere^*
barriers against immigration and natural*!
Such fearful legislative action is notTl
America's history. In this specific regard ^\
ilar law was passed by the nation's CrmrJ1"
1798. The Alien and Sedition Act aiW^5!
iately following the Revolution, to protect tV*|
fant democracy from enemies plotting its ^1
demise. There are those who may arqueTl
America finds itself in the same situation tod
But it would be indeed unfortunate if we hav
progressed since then beyond the point where ""I
can protect ourselves only by compromise }
which we seek to defend. ^
It is almost laughable that while Washington'
lawmakers fear for aggression from without cJ
produce their fool's antidote in the McCartmJ
Walter Bill, the nation at large still continues vjl
nurture a General Walter Schreiber, former Najl
Wehrmacht medical chief, discharged some 3
weeks ago from a research post with the Ui
States Air Force. The man who carried out crk 1
inal medical experiments on Jews confined jJ|
Nazi concentration camps continues to find refuqel
here. The venerable Congressmen who co-auSt-l
oxed the immigration bill seem to feel quite cobJ
fortable as the German beast's keeper.
Continued misfortune often engenders in qjh
a feeling of resignation. At no time has America'i I
history experienced more outrages in the nametfl
democratic idealism. Whatever weird legislator'i |
alchemic brew is further forthcoming, wewi,uj|
fortunatelly, grow to be less and less outraged.
Let it at least not be forgotten that the key b|
American progress in the face cf such ideaiiajc
misfortunes lay precisely in the degree of its oat-1
rage which never failed, sooner or later, to t
expressed.
Tennessee's Joe Epstein Campaigns For JJEflSA^
Kefauver Here; Stresses Liberal Appeal
Knoj ....
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in Kn past lent oi
the Jewish Commun I Ceni
Zionist O
:. :.. Bn d B I rid 1 H ska
Amuna Synagogue. An intimate
::ierci of pres lenl al
Epstein was I :ting
for the Sen-
ate.
A k< v factor in Eps!
r j~..;%. to sup; t Senat Ke-
luvi an I :. .;. -
tor's tnj gn for Democratic
ndidacy, was an ui
r from Congressman Klam. of
New Y< rk, who d< his
int visit with Senator Kefau-
ver to President Truman in :947.
Estes Kefauver
irvi ; in 1947 as one of the na-
10 best congressman in
1950. he was selected as one of the
10 best t> -'. rs m the United
rvey by Time maga-
Epsti travelled around
nation pi seating Senator *t-
qualifications t
.....: lups. He has rr.omen-
Congressman Kleins letter tarily dropped his interest! ill
said that Kefauver told the Presi- an attorney and as a
cent that the time had conn- to PW V" V 'rtscaster. In the lat-
end the arms embargo against er field, however, his brother Ben
Jews lighting for freedom in Pal-
In a tnt edition of the maga-
e, Pei it mi nee, M uri J. To-
bin, relative to th? rise in job
its. indicated that. "More
1170.000 jobs were found for
- ally handicapped workers
luring 1951 through local offices
US Employment Service."
Vie trend of
- on a national level
ird to handicapped per-
s< ns placement, Leo Axlrod. of
th Disabled Placement Commit-
tee Miami Ch of Com-
merce, commented on the Tobin
release which singled out Octo-
[951. as i sa n nth, by
I Florida reported
its in the t of 1,-
456. ranking immediately b-.hind
Massac usetts, 1.571; California,
1.769: Ohio 1.778: Texas. 2501; and
N '. V rk, S3.016.
'' VI about
: Axlrod asid. "is that
with so few industries.
has done so much. After all. the
pulations the 43 trailing
. :: lustries indicate
that thei is still much work
reeded to educate the people to
it :.- good business
p] v the handicapped."
Twelve Residents Appointed To Mount
Sinai Board; Present Activity Reports I
" Twelve residents of the Greater Miami
>erve during the coming year on Mount Sina: !
Trustees at the hospital's annual meeting Sunda
new member? circled to the Board were Josepr. H Lipton, Sri
Levenson and .Aaron Kanner.
Re-elected to three year terms on the slate present" i J. Geriis
Lewis, chairman of the N'ominat- .
_ T ., are active p rt ints aeon-
,ng Committee wereJack A^ A.- munity ^
hn, Sam Blank, Dr. Moms Good- f ?
man, Herbert E. Scher Harry ^ ..
S.rkin, Monte Selig. William D.
Sirtger. Jostph R. Stein and Carl
Weinkle. Lever.son was elected to
ve for three years. Lipton for
two years and Kanner for one.
County Commissioner Preston
TEL AVIV iJTA' The skie:
round Ti r.d Petach Tik-
iarkened as the locust
invasion of Israel from Jordan
began in earnest hen
GO TO THE
VOTE MAY 6th.
POLLS. AND
tak< up the slack fully As the
r for the New York
Mirror, Ben Epstein covers the
doings of the New York
Yankees.
estine." Epstein explains, and
adds that it was there that Ke-
fauver coined the phrase: "J
should be allowed to fight the
Arabs with guns instead of
broomsticks."
Epstein said. "Senator Kefauver
did this in the name of human
decency, and has since that time
been responsive to Jewish causes, i
"eluding the United Jewish Ap- ; Here Julie 28tH
Senator Kefauver's voting rec- The third annual Miss Sunshine
ord shows that he voted with Sen- j heauty pageant will be held in
ator Herbert Lehman, of New ; the Miami Beach Auditorium on
York, for Point IV aid, some of j Surday evening, June 28th.
which is now headed for Israel. ( Women between 16 and 26 will
Epstein added. He also voted for ] compete for prizes which include
all bills which were intended to vacation trips abroad.
Miss Sunshine
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Epstein was ready to point out
that. "Senator Kefauver has a
platform which will be progres-
sive and continue to preserve all
the social ard economic gains
made since the election of Presi-
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt in
1932."
As a congressman for 10 years.
Contestants will appear in eve- '
ring dress and bathing suit at- '
tire and will be judged solelv on
beauty, personality and character
The Miss Sunshire contest is held
annually to provide an escort of
local girls for the Southern Radio
Queen contestants who are now
competing for Queen of their lo-
cal radio station through a dozen
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-1141 2-8212
if the Dade F< I I Sai
Loan Asaox atioi I tr.eJ.slj
Lipton tnsuran Agency. l
reads the Flor S:.-e Saviasl
and Loan Lea- I
of the League's A"vtrlUiae D.|
sion.
He is a "'
B. Bird, guest speaker, predicted Bo2rd 0f Goveri
that within the next five years tJ. ujamj j. Federal*!
Dade County, by reason of its treasurer of t! Miami Bm1
climate, international airpoit. Jewish Centei tre Bodl
hospital fa oil hies" and physicians, 0fof Governors DadeCwJ
will be the site of the world's [ty American ^X
medical center 'the fraternal '^JI
Reports on the hospital s activ- is merr.i>er an KiwanttM
ities were made by Max Orovitz, sors and Snrint:, I
president of the Board of Trus- Kanner is -r of "I
tees, and Samuel Gertner execu- rjade Counts I stomfT
tive director. Orovitz paid tribute ;nas \)een a p-
to the founders of Mount Sinai Miami since 192T He ::
and to the administrative staff the" past three I
and the Board of Trustees "for Iman { tne Tra f^T
the compassionate role the hospi- Combined Jew.- AppeS' j>j
tal is playmg in the life of the presentlv serving n ::.<: Wg
Greater Miami community and ,jve Committee : l
will continue to play in the fu- ami Jewish Fedei rileniJ
ture." Approximately 20 percent a memter of : ;i ;*3
of Mount Sinai's beds. Orovitz tors 0* Tempk I '"e ^
stated, are set aside for the rr.edi- Ho.re For Th.._ t:' ^fl
cal indigent of this area. Miami Jewish ( :v.unity WJ
Ar. increase of 1.000 admissions ler antj is an a.t.ve rr.eM"
was reported bv Gertner who also ln'P' shriners. ..j
noted that 1.800 patients had Levenson is \.< Pre;:-1'*L
made a total of 6.800 visits to the the West Fla^ An-**
institution's Out-Patiem Depart- corporation. He is a meraM!
ment during the year. Mount Temple Israel an TeT?'*,5
Sinai's income was $1,210,295. and David Congn 2#
expenditures amounted to $1,443,- s,.rvmi; ,.< *.,
973. he anrounced. "the measure yeshiva University drive ,
of the deficit being the measure aho a member oiB'.-iaiB-"
of service to the community, the I on the Board of G 'v.crFL5
deficit having been incurred by | Greater Miami Jewisr. Feoar'
free services to medically indi- i _______*
gent residerts." Plans to make !---------------------
' the hospital a workshop for the __ i n itlth
medical profession where physi- .TaftPaVf fll If **"
cians will be stimulated to per- ___ MMdtrf
;form research for the benefit of arf|f ^
I the sick of the area" were also I And you'Neve: Kn,. aakd1
(outlined by the executive director 'Mental Health Piay. *^'^0
I in his report. Gwaltney d:r< a... ^-fj
Monte Selig. chairman of the the Ring Thc-t *' ^
Program Committee, presided at main feature oi N ; (^
the meeting. The invocation was meeting of T ^t\
delivered bv Rabbi Max Shapiro, Society of Soutn ^'V.'15pjs.j
president of the Greater Miami Wednesday. Mav ''-(.he 1*1
id spirit- !the new audit..: um o' -^
h David, sey Hopkins V ''*'^0
f Rabbi Rabbi Jos-I- Na m0d*
Kefauver was selected ty Col- j southern states, including some 30 VOLUME 25 Nl'MRFR
hers magazine in a nationwide j radio stations. iv/ -
IYAR 7. 5712
Rabbinical Association and
I ual leader of Temple Beth
and the benediction by
Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth
Sholem Members of the Women's
Auxiliary of Mount Sinai were
hostesses at a garden party which j
followed the meeting.
era**!
chairman, will act as -'j^f*
The cast includo K-^ ^
Blanche Kel.y and U*
GO TO THE
POLLS

The three new Board members VOTE MAY 6th


HDAY, MAY 2. 1952
fJewist roridHa>m
PAGE 5 A
't
loltl Turk Rally
lotitlav :\ igli<
Commissioner Haiold Turk's
Lnpaign committee this week
Mected plans for a county-wide
vliy on election eve, Monday
lay 5th.
jhe Mwni Beach Auditorium,
! the heart of the fifth county
..nut. lias been engaged for the
a.;. Automobile torchlight par-
Ugs will converge from various
Lnty districts on the auditor-
L bringing Turk supporters to
L> rally, it was announced early
lis week.
\V. I!-known stage stars will ap-
Lr to entertain the crowd. Re-
onal campaign aides reported
I me 1.000 cars filled with
Vr. Hipportera will parade to
e rally.
Pig for the Monday night
llv were adapted following a
rles ol reports regarding de-
gnds by his supporters "that
mmissioner Turk address them
elect.on eve," it was said here.
ommissioner Turk, in speak-
j Sunday night at a rally at-
kndccl I y over a thousand peo-
le, reviewed his record and serv-
L to I e community over the
years. Turk cited the fact
at he has held every possible
jition in B'nai B'rith's Miami
olem Lodge; that he served
ree years as president of the
letropolitan Council of B'nai
i three years as presi-
Hillel Advisory Coun-
. ter Miami; as Public
airman for five years
itional Conference of
ins 'iid Jews, Miami Sec-
n; and tbe fact that he has
- i.i:e capacity in every
. drive, including the
(I C:oss, Community Chest,
n Relief, Blood Bank.
Children's Hospital,
rebi Palsy, Jewish Veteran,
andeis University and Zionist
lusi
Turk also referred to his poli-
bal n 'ord as a councilman, may-
Miami Beach and the fact
at he was voted by the State
ni ir Chamber of Commerce in
1951, as one of the five outstand-
ing men in the state.
Commissioner Turk spoke a-
bout the many trips that he made
while mayor, throughout the
country and to Latin American
Nations, to appear or. radio and
television programs and to speak
before civic organizations to pro-
mote the interests of Miami
Beach. He then went on to dis-
cuss his service as a member of
the Florida Improvement Com-
mission, which post he held for
thirteen months until he recently
was appointed Dade County Com-
missioner. "As a member of the
Florida Improvement Commis-
sion", Turk said, "I was able to
develop a proper perspective of
the needs and activities of the
State of Florida, with particular
reference to South Florida and
Dade County. I learned a great
deal about our industrial devel-
opment, our agricultural prob-
lems and the involved techniques
of fiscal financing for the build-
ing of state highways, propects,
etc."
Turk concluded by siatine that
he felt that what was important
in this campaign was to elect the
man with proven ability, experi-
ence, sincerity and one with an
understanding not only of the
physical problems of a commun- j
ity, but also with an understand- j
ing of people and a genuine in-
terest in promoting the general
welfare of all of Dade County and
its fine citizens.
PTA Hears
Hound Table
The PTA. of the Zamora Jew-
ish Center religious schools, will
hold its regular meeting on
Wednesday, May 7th, 8 p.m., at
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables.
Mrs. Arthur Borok, Program
chairman, will preside at a Round
Table Discussion. The topic is
scheduled as: Who Is To Blame
For The Lack Of Jewish Educa-
tion In Our Children Of Today?
Mrs. Jerome Lieberman, Mrs. A
Ross. Arthur Borok and Bern-
hardt Chesman will participate in
the panel.
Canter Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Edith
Canter will be held at M. Nebo
Cemetery on Sunday, May 4th,
2 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Mrs. Canter is
survived by her husband, Harris
Canter will be held at Mt. Nebo
etta Rosenhain and Mrs. Hanna
Lencer; and her brothers, Arnold,
William and Herman.
Deering Cites Civic Activity
Speaking before a group of the Guests committee of the Amei".-
North Beach Businessmen's As- j tan Legion.
sojiation, Ed Deering, candidate : He is Rescue Director of the
for the office of County Commis- American Red Cross and past di-
sioner, District No. 1, announced a jrector of the Dade County chap-
five-point platform with all ter of the Red Cross,
points identical: "Reduction of ------------------------------
tfTus" ,;J .. 'List New
The candidate came to the Mi- i ^-, ne
ami area in 1920, and has .<><-: 9 .Oil!tkSE21 III M 9PI
in the awning business here ever %,.-.-.-. Ifennoo
since. He has been the public's ** lnit
representative on the rent con- To date, four contestants have
trol board under the OPA and ; entered in the Third Annual May
has also been active in civic, bus- Dance sponsored by the Flagler-
iness and veterans groups. He is Granada Jewish Community Cen-
a director of the Coral Gables ter which is to be held at the
Chamber of Commerce and the i Fisherman's Wharf, Miami Beach,
Chamber's retail merchant's di-.on May 24th at 9:30.
i vision of which he is immediate! The contestants include: Rita
past president, a director of the iHauben, of the Miami Beach Jun-
Coral Gables Rotary Club and ior Hadassah; Rita Rappf, repre-
director of Rescue, Dade County senting Hialeah-Miami Springs
Civil Defense Council. Jewish Community Center; Ar-
Deering is a member of the lene Lopatkin. of the Clara Hirsch
Executive Association of Greater Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Miami, past president of the Cor- Young Women; and Janet Weil,
al Gables Elks Lodge, a member ,of the Miami Junior Hadassah.
of Mahi Shrine and represents ] The winner will be selected by
Coral Gables on the Governor's | balloting at the door and will
Highway Safety Council.
Deering's veterans affiliations
include his membership on the
I Americanism Commission, Amer-
I ican Legion, Department of Flor-
ida, Dade County Voiture 492,
40 & 8 Society, and a member
of the National Distinguished
receive a silver loving cup, a
weekend for two at the Saxony
Hotel and an outfit of clothes.
Mrs. Ben Clein is chairman f
the affair, assisted by the Mes-
dames Sidney Stiller. Phil Schiff,
Hy Coverman. Edward Moore and
Sam Kirschner. ____
In Miami... Breakstone's
Harold Turk
U. of Miami Symphony Orchestra
John Bitter. Conductor
Sun., May 11Miami Beach
Sunday. May 11th
Miami Beach Auditorium
Mondav. May 12th
Dade County Auditorium
Last Concert
Gladys
Swarthout
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KPnist Flcrktian
FRIDAY, MAY'
Beach Center
Installs Officers
At Services
Newly elected officers and
numbers of the Board of Direc-
tors. Miami Beach Jewish Center,
will be installed during late Fri-
day evening services tonight at
8:30 p.m.. according to Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehnr.an. spiritual leader of
the congregation who will serve
as installing officer.
Officers who will assume their
duties are Samuel Fnedland
president; Mayer H. Frankel. hon-
orary life president; Jack Ablin,
Charles Fruchtmar., Joseph M.
Rc-se. Harry Sirkin and George J-
TalianoXf, vice presidents; Joseph
If. L.ipton. treasurer: Sol Gold
:ran. financial secretary: and Ben
Zion Ginsburg. recording secre-
tary.
Members of the Board of Di-
rectors include Ben Binder. Ha-1 y
Bodenstein, Archie Brick. Jack
Burris. Joseph Cherner, Morns
Cohen. Nathan Darsky. Bernard
Feiner, William I. Feuer, Nathan
Glosser, Cieorge Goldberg. Samuel
J. Halpcrin. Nat Hankoff. Harry
Koretzky. Morris KriegeL, Samuel
Magid, Oscar Mamber, Sbraham
Mason, Dr. Herman R. Mechlo-
witz, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. I
L. Mir.tzer, Julius Rosenstein,
Ravmond Rubin. Irving Schatz-
man, Ed Singer, Alfred Stone and
Alex Sussman.
Also to be installed are the fol-
lowing trustees who were ap-
pointed by the president to serve
:n an advisory capacity: Hyman
15. rman, Max Boderman, Daniel
M Broad. Leo Chaikin, Henry
C ve, Lewis Escott, Raymond
Feiner. M. G. Furman. Sydney
Gans. Allen G Joseph
Hutner, Leon Jacobs, Samuel
Katz, Macey Kronsberg, Harry
l.< vine. S Lipton. Dr. Louis
Lytton, Hank Meyer, Al Os: <.
off. Julius J Perlmutter, Samuel
Ritti r, la R binson, Bernard
s : Max s..:k.i:. Michael T< se,
Harold Turk and Ira C. Walsey
GO TO THE POLLS.
VOTE MAY 6th.
AND
Perry Explains
Justice's Duties
Morton L. Perry, Miami attor-
ney and candidate for Justice of
the Peace in District 3. has stres-
sed the duties of the Justice of the
Peact and pointed out the quali-
fications necessary to fill this
office.
In addresses made at rallies and
to civic and educational groups.
Perry indicated that the Small
s Court was .. court where
litigants may come with or with-
out legal representation. The can-
didate stressed that where liti-
gants do not bring attorneys, the
Justice of the Peace is charged
with the two-fold responsibility
of formulating legal pleadings for
the litigants as well as deciding
the case upon the basis of the
facts presented.
He emphasized that this two-
fold function of the Small Claims
judgi represented a trust which
could not be carried out without
complete freedom from political
or pressure group affiliations. The
candidati stated that his platform
was predicted upon freedom from
outside interests. He promised
that, if elected, he would promote
speedy, efficient and impartial
Small Claims Court.
Kelly Shakos
7.000 Hands
In a whirlwind of pre-primary
activity, Sheriff's candidate Tom
Kellv has visited eight major in-
dustrial plants and shook an esti-
mated 4.500 hands during the
past week. .
"If shaking hands with the
working man expresses the heart-
beat of the people, then I have
great confidence in the outcome
of next Tuesday's election," Kel-
ly said vesterday.
Kelly, who has carried on a
vigorous campaign for the office
he is seeking, figures that during
the past two weeks alone he
shook more than 7.000 hands and
spent ar average of 18 hours a
day talking at club meetings, ral-
lies and to the man on the street.
"My platform consists not only
of eight publicized points by my
past record of devoting 33 years
to the citizens of Dade County ir.
numerous civic and fraternal en-
deavors." Kellv said.
"As a long time resident of
Dade County, I know what the
people want, the kind of decent
ar.d efticient government they
need, and I know that as Sheriff
I can prove that it is still possible
to have honest and efficient men
in public office," he added.
r*\^A*^^^W
Shrine WXcomo
Welcome Nobles decorations are
being displayed in all sections of
the state along routes of 50.000
Shriners headed here for the 78th
annual Imperial Council Session
the week of June 15th.
DAN MCCARTY
S&0< GOVERNOR .....
lurch 21*, 1952 """a.
Mr. Victor Levine
ieybold Building
Klami, Florida
Door Vic:
In answer to your recent inquiry as to whether or
not I am a mamber of the Ku Klux Klan, : want jou
to know that I nave never been a member jf thli .
aa not now a member of this group and I naver lntS''
to become a member of such a group! As I havs stated
publicly, I am opposed to secret, Un-American, sutnw
sive societies, association* and groups.
Many thanks for your kind expression of your delM
to help me In my campaign for Governor of Florida,
It is wltn the help and assistance of peopie m,,"
you that tne faith ana integrity of the people in
their government will be restored.
\
sincerely yours,
Dan KcCarty /
DMcC:jmp
Paid)
V:ctor 1
Political Adrertina
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Has Served Our People and Our
Communities Faithfully and Well for
Over 16 Years
Endorsed hy
IA'adina Utizens
Pointirg to th platform that keynotes his campaign is Johnny
Baber. who is seeking re-election es Constable. District No. 5.
City employees and residents of the Greater Miami area will at-
tend an Cpen HouiU tomorrow night in Baber's honor al the
Benevoler.t Association Home.
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^JewlstfhrkUnn
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Victor Forums Continued
Id a v
dor Bloom Assists Rabbi
At Ahavas Israel
:g services of the
Synagogue, 7135
ie. Miami Beach, will
6:30 p.m. A Kabbalat
! in follow at 6:45 p.m.
Krdjiy morning services are
'.,,1,1 for 9 a.m., at which
i Isaac Ever will preach
1 of the Week. Can-
,,., ;, Bloom will chant the
i. the Rabbi will con-
; on the Sayings
ers. Mincha is sched-
p.m., with Shalos Seu-
l Maariv will con-
,the ~
Ler Family Presents
\ers At Beth David
i veiling services of
David Congregation,
Avenue, will be con-
I :'111' ~
[ax Shapiro and Can-
k' Mamches will offlc-
d by the Beth David
, under the direc-
Jack Donnerstag.
ro will discuss the
, The Coming Elections
|, S: abbat will follow
Mr. and Mrs. Her.ry
,il offerings are by
[, .lack Mintzer.
Saturday morning
- al 9 a.m., Rabbi Sha-
Jwill di cuss The Portion of
Mincha Services are
I ir 5:19 p.m., lollowed
; Seudos.
Musical Dramalogue At Beth
Sholom Religious Service
The Sabbath Of Israel's Exist-
ence, will be the subject of a
narration to be delivered by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish 'during Friday
evening s-. i vices of Temple Beth
Sholom, Chase Avenue and 41st
Street, at 8:15 p.m. The musical
dramalogue, writttn l-.v the Rab-
bi, will ;;e BUng by Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer and the Sisterhood
Choral Group.
An Oncg Shabbat in honor of
the 4th anniversary of Israel's
independence will follow. Guests
of honor are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Weitz and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mazo who will depart shortly for
a trip to the new state. Also
honored will be Dr. Fredric
Lachman, of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 10:45 a.m., at which
time the Bar Mitzvah of Harvey
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Brickman, will take place.
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dade Jewish Center,
13630 West Dixie Highway, will
hold late Friday evening services
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center at 8:15 p.m.
Late Friday evenirg services of Alexander Cohen will chant,
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com- I assisted by Irving Jacobs. An
munity Center, 50 NW 51st, Place, Oneg Shabbat will follow,
will be conducted at 8:15 p.m.,
with Reverend Leu Heim officiat-
ing,
An Oneg Shabbift will follow.
Saturday morning services are
Cantor Uriich Chants At
North Shore Center Service
The North Shore Jewish C< n-
Kehoe Points To
Convictions
"Qualified by experience," is
th slogan and platform o! Em-
i.i'.'lt W. Kehoe. candidate for
County Solicitor, his supporters
indicated here.
Kehoe at present is the chief
assistant County Solicitor, a posi-
tion" which he has held for six
held ;t 9a r Dailv services are u'r- Dickens Avenue ar.d 75th years. He is seeking promotion to
mm aw a.m. Daily scivicesaic street, will hold late Friday even- the position of County Solicit
'_________________ing services at 8:15 p.m.
-,.., ... ,, The Rabbi will speak on the
Rabbi Cassel Airs Israels Portion oi the Law, and Cantor
Fourth Anniversary Tomorrow L< o l.'rli h will chant during Sat-
Congrogation,
urday morning services which be-
gin at 8:45 a.m. Junior C
gation services are scheduled for
11:15 a,
View Mental Health At
Rabbi Rackovsky Airs
Criticism At Beth Ttilah
Friday evening services of the
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid Avenue, will be at 6:30
Kncseth Israel
1415 Euclid Avenue, will hold
Friday evening services at 6:15
p.m.
Saturday morr.ing services are
sch( duled for 8:30 a.m., with Rab-
bi Abraham Cassel discussing The Temple Israel Service
Independence of Israel. Cantor1
Abraham Seif wiM chant the
liturgy.
A class in Jewish Ethics will
be held at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m.. follow-
ed by a Sabbath Social Hour, with
Harry Knobler as host.
A much decorated veteran of
World War II. Kehoe was a com-
i ro and rose through the
ranks to Captain in the Infantry,
rounded twice and re-
el Lv (I Frani s highest award, the
Croix ile Gui rre with Palm L< af,
ded by the French Ambassa-
dor with ci remonies in Washing-
ton, D.C.; the Bronge Star: the
Silver Star; Purple Heart with
Oak Lei I r; French L<
oi Swirsky Views
^over In Retrospect
gregation Beth El. 500 SW
me, will hold Friday
to ii es at 6:30 p.m.
kover In RetrospectWhen
|i- 11. come Shepherds, will
ful ject of a sermon to be
i v Dr. Shmaryahu T.
fky during Saturday morn-
erviccs at 8:30 a.m. Cantor
r.cnbor will chant the
Qass in Talmud will be at 5
led by the Rabbi. Mincha
| be at 6 p.m., followed by
Seudos.
Bit Greenwald Bar
vah At Beth Jacob
egation Beth Jacob, 301-
tyashington Avenue, will hold
(veiling services at 6:30
t morning services are
|u for 8:30 a.m. Sanctity
ish Life, will be the sub-
sermon to be delivered
S Mescheloff. Rob-
Mrs. H. Greenwald,
Bar Mitzvah during
vice.
B is scheduled for 6:20
.veil by Shalos Seudos.
Mescheloff will speak on
IV ii kly Portion.
Stephen Zinner To Be Bar
Mitzvah At Beach Center
Late Friday evening services
I of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
p.m. ter, 1701 Washington Avenue, will
Services for Saturday morning j be at 8:30 p.m. Installation of
will be at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Joseph the newly elected officers and
E. Rackovsky will speak on the directors of the Center will take
place at that time.
Preserve The Lifeline, will be
r3aJiE?S &"&!? ,Mfr of Knon Combat Intontryn
ntal HeaUn, will be the Bui) and 5 BaUl st
: oi the sermon to be giv- ,
en by Dr. Joseph R. Narot dur- A "'" '"." Florida and a
mg Fridav evening s.rviu >f Dade County for 27 y
pie Israel, 137 NE 19th Street, hf graduated from the Univ.
at 815 pin Miami in 1935. and has prac-
The sermon will be dedicated Us i Mental Health Week K' s a lv" '; r "' the
w Ich begins Sunday, May 4th.
subject Honest Criticism.
At 5 p.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky
will speak on the Ethics Of Our
Fathers. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
the subject of a sermon to be
d( livered by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Cantor David Silverman
will chant the service assisted by
the Center Choir under the di-
rection of Robert Strassburg.
Saturday mornin services are I .
scheduled for 9 a.m.. with the i Oneg Shabbat Ends Late
the Shriners, and the
Di Ie Coun y Bar Association.
dp Serie' In :"''v u,'stu"ls hen
t ,u i f% &-< tic prosecutior
Tifereth Israel Center par1 ,,,- lhe County Solicit
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-! Kehoe cited that for the two y<
tor, 6500 North Miami Avenue, period of 1949 and 1950. the
has concluded its Fall and Win- County Solicitor's office prose-
ter series with the end oi the cuted 11.608 cases, resulting in
Passover season. 10.784 convii tions, as against 914
Saturday morning services will acquittals. Ke oe stated that this
be at 9 a.m.. when Reverend is n record oi 94 per cent convic-
Rabbi discussing the Weekly Por-
tion. The Bar Mitzvah of Steph-
Mrs. Henry Levy Sponsors
Oneg Shabbat At Gables
Nuggets Of Jewish Wisdom
For Daily Jewish Living, will be
the subject of a sermon to be de-
livered by Rabbi Morris Skop i Zinner, will take place at that
during Friday evening services | time.
A Bible class is scheduled for
5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Dailv services are at 8 a.m.,
and at 6:45 p.m., in the Center
Chapel.
George Goldberg will discuss the
Ethics of the Fathers. His topic
is scheduled as: How Far Is A
Day?
Service At West Miami
Early Friday evening services
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, 320 Palermo Avenue, at 8:15
p.m.
Cantor Irving Robinson and
Steve Kessler will conduct the
Congregational singing. An On-
eg Shabbat will follow under the Rabbi Sachs Discusses
auspices of Mrs. Henry Levy, Sis-
terhood chairman.
Saturday morning services will
be at 9:45 a.m.. with a Kiddush
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray 0f the West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter, 5720 SW 17th Street, are
| scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
conduct the late service at 8:30
p.m. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low.
(tor Kelemer Assists Rabbi
At Hebrew School
evening services of the
r. Hebrew School and Con-
Hi'.n. 1101 SW 12th Aven-
(Nll be at 6:30 p.m.
tu lay morning services are
lull d for 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
April will discuss the
Portion. Cantor Berele
will chant the liturgy.
M a class will be held at
followed by Mincha,
Seudos and Maariv.
Weekly Portion
Friday evening services of the
awfeTatTOgs ^ "9
Abraham Sachs discussing the
Weekly Portion.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos.
tions and said that "this could not
be correctly called apathetic pro-
si cut.
Herbert S. Shapiro, Assistant
County Solicitor, addressed the
Biscayne Gardens Civic Associa-
tion on behalf of Kehoe's candi-
dacy for County Solicitor here.
Shapiro said that Kehoe had
been Chief Assistant County Soli-
citor for the past six years and
was the only candidate with the
necessary < xpei lenee in the prose-
cution 01 criminals.
In an address to the Jewish
Home for the Aged recommend-
ing Kehoe for County Solicitor
follow.
ing.
tion Class will assist the Rabbi
and Cantor in the service.
Rabbi Gross Conducts
Service At Hebrew Academy
Friday evening services of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Center
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
Street, will be at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
lead Saturday morr.ing services
at 9 a.m. Reverend and Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro will be hosts at
an Oneg Shabbat for children in
honor of their son, David's 6th
birthday at 3:30 p. m.
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m., and at
6:45 p.m._________
Downtown Synagogue
Friday evening services of the
Downtown Synagogue. 135 NW
3rd Avenue, will be at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Daily
services are at 8 a.m., and at o
p.m.________________
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Friday
ever ing services at 8:30 p.m. The
sermon will air Israel's 4th anni-
versary of independence. Serv-
ices are scheduled to be conduct-
ed by Nate Becker and A. Fraid-
lin. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi
Waxman discussing the Weekly las.Sunday. Shapiro told a large
Portjon audiencer that he had found the
Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. with candidate capable, honest, eff:-
the Rabbi discussing Ethics of j cient and courteous.
the Fathers. Shalos Seudos will I
Block States
Platform Here
Jack Block, prominent Miami
attorney who is a candidate for
Justice of the Peace in District 2.
has been conducting his cam-
paign among working man and
small businessmen here.
Block sets forth his platform as
I follows: (1) to establish a night
court to keep the worker and
Young Israel Synagogue
The Young Israel Synagogue.
4001 Chase Avenue. Miami Beach,
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:30 p.m. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for 9
a.m.
Cantor Haalman Assists
r^ooTTwi^^
2030 Polk Street at 8:30 p.m. v>huh Phdip Is.oel.t ^
Cantor Mordecha. Haalman will Rabbi. QSteSSS begin at 5:15
p.m., with Shalos Seudos follow-
ing.
Cohens Celebrate Birthday
At Zamora Center Service
Zamora Jewish Center. 44 Zp- : small business"man from losing a
mora Avenue. Coral Gables, will 1 day's pay; (2| to modernize the
hold Fridav evening services at operations of the Small Claims
8:15 p.m., with Reverend Rudolf .court and to have scheduled hear-
E. Brill officiating. ings to avoid unnecessary delay:
An Oncg Shabbat will follow, j (3, To relocate the Small Claims
at which Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen Courts.
will be hosts, in celebration
-|Mrs. Cohen's birthday.
of
assist the Rabbi.
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services will be at
9:30 a.m.
Block is prominent in civic, fra-
ternal and veteran's organizations
ir. this area, among which are the
Jewish Veterans of Foreign Wars.
American Legion. Knights of Py-
thias, Moese and Sunday School
teacher at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center.
Yarborough To
Seek Re-election
J. ss Yarborough. seeking re-
election to the Board of Dade
County Commissioners, says, "1
have no tricks up my sli eve with
: I might try to induce peo-
ple to vote tor me nor would re-
sort to such gimmicks. I ar.: seek-
ing re-election on my record."
of the mat y im-
irojectS now requiring
: -it attention con
tissioners, Yarborough 1 < ints to
ie construction of six bidges, the
_ieat building program .it j: 1 k-
Mc morial Hospital, the work-
GO TO THE
VOTE MAY 0th.
POLLS, AND
ySa
Terry Stresses
^ualilii alions Ax
CaBii|i2sen Closes
\v riding up his
election to .;; Board I
ln.-tru. :' de Countj s
St.'1''
I ; t that, "]
the on man seek ;
po lit
Th can
: as
v. la, tha
uate and that hi
for a number of
, 1, ... lated Photo)
cu 1 t tw B'nai B'rilh, attracted a crowd of 5.000
Handing Citiiens' Awards, sponsored by Sholem L.oage, second {rom lefl) and Dr. Bow-
Jayfront Park last April 23rd. Winners. Mrs. Free! r. nled bv joseph M. Lipion fwt-
. .:_..* ,hown with t'oP"1" ,fss0Ciaiion. Also shown in photo are
ns' Committee, and J. Howard Mc-
Ihe principal speaker.
, F. Ashc (second from right) are shown wi
K right), president of Dade Federal Savings and-^o. -^
h: Faber (extreme left), chairman of th3 O^tand.iag ^
|th center! fni-T.*- Att.-.vnrv General of ine umu
ing out of details for the new
medical school and the Jackson- "
ville-Miami turnpike. "As sh school
He also lists county coopera- cipal, Terry said, "I kr.ow sc
tion with the city of Miami in so- management. I, have
, urine rieht-of-wav to widen and I years of administrative
improve 27th Avenue south of N ence with your Dai
W 3t>th Street and NW 79th Street School s. n and Know
from NW 7th Aver.uc to NE 2 schools. Afl
-. ue the continued efforts for ment, you: D.. C umj B 1
additional-major improvements at of Public Instruction is the
Miami International Airport an tion in all ot
the pi uper highway from Florida
the airport to conn, t with Vene-
tian Causeway which is row own-
ed and operated by the county.
GO TO THE
VOTE MAY 6th.
POLLS, AND

1

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+JewlstincrXMa*i
_raiDAY. MAY
..
~>ttictllt J VfljItPttS
HELEN ALPERT
SURPRISE PARTY dazzled Sondra Palmer this week, in a
bride's shower cleverly built by main conspirators Sylvia Naness.
Bcbbye Leder and Rente Lipson, and staged in the garden patio
of the South Seas Hoivl Miss Lipson. who's associated with the
South Seas coffee-shop, re-routed Sondra on their way to the
movies, pretending Sylvia Naness had forgotten somcthing-or-
other at the South Seas.
. Tfre "something-or-other" proved to be a host of beaming
friends, all bearing gifts and love! Maitre d' was Sondra's mom.
Mrs. Tessie Palmer. Guests included Joyce Warshell. Flo Abram-
scn. Mrs. George Goldberg wife of the South Seas' owner). Son-
dra's pet aunt Mrs. A. C. Fine whose Allison Island home will be
scene of the Jura 1st nuptials. Mrs. Bernard Wieder of the Surf-
side Plaza. Mrs. Morris Schweitzer, Mrs. Irving Kap'.an and her
daughter Gertie. Miss Rachel Klein. Mrs. Sheila Schwartz. Mrs.
Jack Lipson. trrs Morris Rosenblums. Miss Esther Goldberg. Mrs.
Regina Feiwish. Mrs. Ira Wessel, Mrs. I. Fresco. Miss Babette
Cirlin. Marilyn Hochman. Mrs. Harry Shane
A ROOTIN". TOOTIN" motorcade marks the Dan McCarty di-
ll ax on Mian-: Bea ve Carl Gardrer and Bill Gl
anched mailboxes with reply postcards asking who can .
and with y ears "Well," said Brett r iding my :
on waj I rnei \. "do you reali made a pun'.""
ba .-. "I"U be deligl I I aptured, v I and pit
to car-
Parades a d mot'-rcade? fir inv Dti n if civ I
I think. For I ere with Burnett Rotl -
pa.- I nt on the
sti tried to H Brett, "We've *:ot to be part
this: into <"' and, at I rst sign of s|
wedged in to si tool : with the rest
-.-. Id. The Mel 1 rd's I md. ai
v. :..... An I u kn w, thest
.....
NOTES AND NEWS:
F. M Keep open 6th. 8 p
for the 52 At tioi '' n's Au: n the R
Mrs. S KJ Sweeties, j
... Despit< tudy
- ii leteel aces and clubs
. Or is it i Sadly I confess utl
Thanks to Paula Warsaw for her phore call. Her recent art
how a: Mavfair Theatre earned approving reviews Anotl
p.-cm ".: : Hickory Hous- d : I t-< '' a M LI-
i icago with 1 focused on this lumi
saying in a : j Sadie Heifel
t the i ." H> .:'-
r 40 senl t the Natioi...... Pu I
-. ...... rce .
HAPPY BIRTHDAY on April 2Sth to Etta C. Mercur. Ettas
or. a three-week trip to hometown Baltimore, then on to the
Broadway piays end a swing through the museums and art gal-
leries.
Fl THE '' EEK iR I red
pe F ;> now
ger at the N tel-apartments. T -
SI r.der
fail to i Les Stean art
: ......| ...... .;
WELCOME TO ART-LOVERS is extended by William Obsr-
rr. = for Saturday afternoons at his home. 7549 Hispanola Avenue.
Treasure Island, to view his life on canvas. Hours: 2 to 6 p.m.
1 ighter. Mrs. H
'-' of New York, ai I i Pel I 3. and
> a firsl gnt
.'
HUGE SUCCESS les R. J
: Hot premiered Su-di
:-.... .
I
''
This is the paining which ccmT.ar.ded such attention. I
.- e no 1 More "H t!
&*:,
&
^
$9
Counting reservations for the B'nai B'rith Youn
Marks, Clara Hirsch Landeu Chapter; Frank Zie
chairman of the affair; and Lenore Cook. Sharet
B'rith Young Adult Council will sponsor the Nosh
mie Stern will 1: ?d the show to follow. Others
of the Young Adult Ccunci'; Selma Rubin. Clar
Bolwin. Share!. Paul Diamord represents the B
ttrj B'nai B'riih Youth O. ganization. Jerry Carv
ing District No. 5 Convention, according to Mrs.
3 Aaults' Noshefry are (left to riqhti bJ
v. Tropical Lodge; I-,arl KaoUn, s* oSi
Chapter. Surday. Ma.y 4th. 5.30 p.m. .OT
efry. at Cap'n Bill Peters. 1 NW 7Ut Sir... r*
on the committee are Elaine Schwar'i X,,Z.
a Hirsch Landau; Doris Klein Stsr'uS^u
roward County Chapter. Cooperating ag2i
er. director. Proceeds will be used for ffl
Trudi L. Stern, president. "
Fadeni, Harris
Betrothal Told
H i net Carter Fadem, 961
West 481 Street, Beach.
nt ol her
J an, l Marvin Jay
f Ml : : Mi A.
1524 Carlyk Avi
Miss lew radual fron Mi-
B-. :. h High Scho
Mr. Harris ted Mi-
B< a i H:- Sch io] ,:nd at-
ed the Unive I I L mis-
Pi ntlv I the Un:-
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Mrs. Harold Solomon
Mrs. Solomon To
Head Lor her Group
' w >
''' e'ect president tffal
N"-:ional hj
"* J '. at DajTr
Otiur off: :--cted^ft
Mesdarr. iS
VI preside:-.- G- ;e BetateT
recording etary; Hw3
AKxander a:. : J,. : Di>aiui|
responding
Morris, fin;-..-. ..: secretar^jJ
.- oh Kline. ;: .-'-rer; andl'"
Levine, aud:-
New Boa: i memben are ftJ
"! -dames RotgflL
M irton Stitsky. Sanford Sxdz]
M : I:-..:. S: ipiro.
Mrs. Aaron Resnick. chih
has announce-: final plans lotL
Lunch-.-on Irst...:atior. to be kd|
on Tuesday afternoon. April
12:30 p.m.. a* Jona tj
rart. The inv : a wiiljfl
by Mrs. Star.;-;. Jamison lul-
ling officer ''.. be Rabat U
Macr.tei.
Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus Heads New Palsy Unit
thR\ *.' P^sident to Mrs. Jack Bu. recordigfl
UnitedI VeT^Rp ^\ !" rctarv^ Mrs Ed'J -a MaMti'
Uon wa M~ v Palf" ATC'a" "^ *
non na.- Mr-. Marcel Drevfus A
Other officers are the' Mes- Ilea"5, con'liP r'd;ng se:*
dames Eli Andron, Henry Cove. and Mrs A'-"- Baron,*
Csrl Davison. Samuel Kamens "rer.
and Lc'u vice presidents: Installatior. on Miyl
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JFRIDAY, MAY 2,_1952_
last
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Friedman, of Cleveland. Ohio and
heir children, Frances Gale and Dennis, are visiting Mrs Fried
nan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon, of 4740 Alton Road,
diami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldstein, of 922 Pizarro, Coral Gables
nnounce the birth of their son. Jack Ronald, at Doctors Hospital
st April 24th. Grandparents are Mrs. Beck Goldstein and Mrs
letty A1 pert, both of Miami.
* *
Mrs. Daniel Cromer, of 975 West 48th Street, Miami Beach
at home recuperating from recent surgery at Mount Sinai Hos-
ital. *
Mr. and Mrs. H. Heff Rubin and their children, Nada Roberta
md Russ, are visiting Mr. Rubin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
lubin. of 411 82nd Terrace, Miami Beach. From Chicago, they
rill remain here until May 1st.
*
Joseph Kcgos, of 814 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, left
JT Boston, Massachusetts, yesterday, where he will be present
it the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson, David Richard, son of Mr.
md Mrs. Samuel Zidbell, Mr. Kogos' daughter and son-in-law.
* + *
Mr. and MrsSam Friedman, 1120 SW 13th Court, Miami,
,ave returned from Cleveland, Ohio, where they celebrated the
Oih wedding anniversary of their son and daughter-in-law.
* *
Mrs. Norman H. Beil leaves this week for Norfolk, Virginia,
join her husband who is stationed there with the navy. Be-
ire settling in Norfolk, they will journey to New York to visit
latives. Mrs. Beil is the former Charlotte Sandier.
*Jf*Vlstinnr*f**
PAGE 9 A
Sultan, Popover Engagement Told
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Lillian, to Morris "Monty"
Popover, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Popover, 2321 SW 7th
Geller, Wolfson To
Wed In Fall
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Geller,
of 714 Lakcview Drive, Miami \
Beach, announce the engagement j
of their daughter. Francine, to i
Norman Wolfson.
Born in New York, the bride- !
elect has lived in Miami Beach j
lour years and is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She'
attended the University of Flor-!
ida and the University of Miami.
Mr. Wolfson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Wolfson, 1165 S
W 12th Street, Miami. He gradu-
ated from Dorchester High School
in Boston and is now engaged in
business here.
A bethrothal reception for the
couple will be held May 11th,
from 4 to 6 p.m., on the Terrace
of the Sans Souci Hotel. They
plan to wed in the Fall.
Miss Francine Geller
Judge Carroll Discusses
Voting On Air Sunday
Circuit Court Judge Charles A.
Carroll will be guest speaker on
Harold Shapiro's radio program.
People's Problems, Sunday after-
noon, May 4th, 1:15 p.m., over sta-
tion WINZ.
Miss Lillian Sultan
Street, Miami, has been announc-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sultan,
Stephen Zinner
Bar Mitzvah
Stephen Harvey, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Murray Zinner, of 64415th
Street. Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mit7.vah tomorrow morning.
May 3rd, in the Miami Bead
Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is one of the
outstanding students, in both the
Hebrew School of the Center
and the Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School. A Kiddush recep-
tion will follow the services in the
Cei ter Dining Room. The Bar
Mitzvah dinner party will be at
the Shelborne Hotel in the eve-
ning.
'x.
Stephen Zinner
I,' you are thinking of
PAINTING
I your home, in or outside, let me give
you a free estimate. Excellent work,
reasonphle prices. 20 yrs. experience
color expert. All work guaranteed.
F. H. BARNHART 83-7384
of Fort Lauderdale.
Miss Sultan attended the Fort
Lauderdale High School and the
University of Miami. She is a
member of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization of Hollywood, the
Miami Bench Masada and the
Coral Gables Young Adults.
Mr. Popover attended the Can-
onsburg High School in Penn-
sylvania and the University of
Pittsburgh. He is a member of
the Knights of Pythias and Ma-
sada. He served in the Army for
some three years during World
War II.
Lavignes Hold Open
House On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. La-
vigne, of 121 SW 52nd Court, Mi-
ami, will hold an open house in
honor ol the birth of their son,
Elliot Mayer, last April 22nd, at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Friends and relatives are invited
to the affair which will be held
from 2 to 5 p.m. Maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Getzug. Paternal grar.dparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lavigne.
- Ar dmore Stud, 'i
Hotel Unit of the 1952 Combined Jewish Appeal launches its
Cleanup Campaign to secure gifts from 282 Miami Beach hotels.
Shown above is the newly appointed Flying Squad headed by
Abe Kurman seated, left). At right is Sam Kaplan, executive
director, Miami Beach Hotel Association. Standing are (left lo
right) Jeck Muravchick and Josenh Gardner.
THE WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Invites you to attend their
MOTHER'S DAY DINNER AND SOCIAL
lo be held Sunday. May lllh from 4 to 7 p.m.
at the Center 5720 S. W. 17th Street
MENU STRICTLY KOSHER
Juice. Barbecued Chicken. French Fried Potatoes.
Kosher Pickles, Cole Slaw. Salad, Olives.
Assorted Rolls and Breads, Tropical Punch
Adults $1.50 Please phone 87-0479 for
Children 75c tickets and reservations
Proceeds for Building Fund
Circle I Dude Ranch Camp
A HOLIDAY CAMP FOR BOYS & GIRLS FROM 6 TO 16
ON SUNSET LAKE. LAKE WALES. FLORIDA
8 Weeks of Holiday Fun and Adventure June 22nd to August 16th |
Horsemanship Aquatics Arts. Crafts Sports
Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Local Representative, 48-2431
For A Splendid Summer ...
A Spacious Cabana a} vhe
TOWN & BEACH CLUB
LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE OCEAN
F>wn above are Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro (left) and Mrs. Sidney
sf court. Donor Chairman, examining a pin which will be pre-
fnied to donors attending a Greater Miami Hadassah Luncheon
[Mrs. Sapiro's home, 3029 Brickell Avenue, on Monday after-
Wmx. May 5th. 2 p.m. President of tha Heril Group. Mrs. Sapiro
" ?* hostess to some 400 women. Co-chairmen of the affair are
f Mesdames Moe Feingold; Jerry Nathanson, Deborah: Pearl
PP,ro- Sxephten Wise: Irving Westin. Israeli; Harold Stone,
fnorah; Felix Haixband, Hannah Senesch; Alice Greene, Siold:
ward Quartin. Mount Scopus: Louis Heiman. Hersl; Dorothy
ferg and Florence Berkowitz. Shaloma: Ceil Cook. Miami Beach
p'ness and Provisional: and Peter Brod. Miami Business and
I Sessional. Mrs. Max Weils is program chairman.
Going Formal?
si JS \
L0HB
Formal Wear
that it freshly
cleaned, smartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfits
including shoe*.
PHONE 48-2084
UNIVERSITY
U MEN'S SHOP
2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables
t t
The Beach's Most Modern
Cabana Club
Large Tiled Swimming Pool
Steam Room Swedish Massage
Snack Bar and Restaurant
Private Showers and Lockers
FOR CABANA RATES CALL 58-7243
REGINALD A. DOEL. MGR.


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lliiu h Masada
installs Officers
The annual installation dinner
; nd dan I the Miami B
is slated toi Sunday. '
4th, 6:30 p :r at tl SI
tel.
N< .'.:.
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lent: Lew
surer

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S .
Shown chore are chairmen of the Israel Independence Day Rally held in Flamingo Park tat
tu day evening. Left to right are Rabbi Mos.-s Mescheloff. president of the Greyer Miami j.
Ufa ton, Fund Council: Mrs. George Cohen, acting chairmen South Florida Zionist Courd:
Mrs JJ McCaffrey, secretary. American Christian Palestine Committee: and Dr. H. Frukta
Williams president. American Christian Palestine Committee and vice president ar.d dean of ii,
faculty. University of Miami._______________________________________________
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Hold Mother's
Hay Program
A Mother's 1
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\ Miami will be
S turday evening. May
8:30 p.m.. at the Harfenist

nged by Ida
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Kari). chairman |
f ( ii Fund: ai
Cl ib N 2.
Obituaries
I ANNIE STRAI >>
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survived
... n't Albert &ni
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Michigan. I
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Miami B'nai frith Delegation Attends
Annual Convention In Palm Beach
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Tropical LodgeAl Bud-
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Sunda} May-
Ill at which Honorabli G<
As 'nited States Si
will be principal
.
Out Bra: B'r I
rticipate in
include Mel-
Columbia. South
Carolina, president ii District
Igi No. 5 of B"r.ai B'rith.
;-. : Roan ke,
Virgil ol District
gi No. 5.
Oth- area State Federa-
nd committi
r.clude G" Ifn y K N< '
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Anti-De-
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[erraenl
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l>go Periodic
Spinal Exams
Kegulai spinal examinations for i
evi ry school rniid in America is
ione of the objective! for National
Coned PoMure Week, May 1st to
7th. according to Dr. Wilbur M.
Wishner, chairman in charge of
the observance here.
'. : :odic examination of the
spine in the interest of good pos-
ture and good health should be
i maintained at least on a par with
examination of the teeth and
. Dr Wishner said. Children.
he explained, are especially liable
(to spinal injuries because of the
fails and bumps they suffer while
learning to walk and run and
later in schoolground play.
Pythian Sisters Hold
Mother's Day Program
The Pvthian Sisters of Roose-
v II Temple No. 33 will hold a
ial Mother's Day program at
Dor.. August Hall, on Wednes-
day. May 7th, 8 p.m.
Mi>. David Nadelman i* chair-
man of entertainment. Mrs. Abe
Gelfand will render several .folk
gg ..nd lead the community
ing.
William Sussman
Addresses Pi
Mu Epsilon
William Sussn-.nn. local archi-
tectural engineer and builder.ml
address the next meeting of Pi
Mus Epsilon, hi n rary Mathemat-
ics Society ol the University ol
Miami, on the sub..,: M
ical Problems In Soil Mechanics
And Foundation Engineering.
The meeting w '.i be held on
May 15th. at the University,
Sussman is president
of the Pi Mu Epsili n Chapters:
Columbia University, '.vhere he
received the AB ----e m 1938.
He also red ivi I degree ton
!the Massac'rus tts Instituted
Technology and done gradu-
1 ate work at NYU. Columbia ant
the Univei sit :. Fort*
i past five been en-
I in busim the Miaffl
i area.
Officers of tl ety for*
coming vear will be .lectedaM
(installed dun:.. ..s.nesspotv
tion of the m etii
HARRT GOUJ6TI
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Dr Earl R Timpleton. president of the Miami Chapter. American
Heart Association, prescr.!'; a check 10 Samuel Gertner. execu-
vV "director cf Mount Sinai Hospital, as contribution to conlirue
cardiac research here. Looking on are Mrs. Rhoda Levme. mem-
ber of th Board of the local cV.apter, and Dr. Maurice Lev. di-
rector of Research and Laboratories at Mount Sinai.
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952.
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DAN
M'CAETY
^&4. i/tc Bxp&himoL, ability & intaqtoii^ to bsL ihn Jum&L
GOVERNOR JlDAidtL hoL *v*jl had..
Wsl admihsL DAN S Jjuwl AtanjcL aqaiyi&L
intoIeAanai & biqothy.

U)sl Wul happy. At MUf. that
DAN
CARTY
Is the Best Friend DADE COUNTY
Has In the GOVERNOR'S RACE
Signed
t I Roih
1 P*rd Frank
| f. Halperin
Cohen
n-.our Lnbman
Rose
Louis Lytlon
XV Zukernick
|M J. Perlmuiter
1 Gardner
pard Abess
Moses Krieger
Wb Ratnei
Weiss
| Louis Glasser
Glick
9 Cypen
V B. Smith
nd G. Nathan
Eddie Fishbain
Bernard S. Mandler
Charles E. Safer
Lester Eisenstadt
Ben Silver
Sam I. Silver
Herman Kaler
Jack Kaler
Dora Kaler
Moe Schatzman
Mrs. Sadie Pont
Ethel Ponl
Samuel Schatzman
George Silver
Abe Silver
Cal Kaler
Leonard Pont
Sidney Stepkln
Albert Fisher
Howard Bergcr
Nathan Adelman
Joseph W. Malek
Joseph Kolber
Dr. George Lister
Nat Strauss
Al Giaen
Aaron Kanner
Morris Kaler
T. B. Corenblum
Israel Berman
Ed Taigman
Ed Miller
Leonard Kalish
Dr. Sam Beckman
Morton M. Beigel
Harry Gordon
Max Orovitz
Dan Ruskin
Louie Bandel
Joseph R. Stein
Howard Kane
Lew Mercur
Leonard Wian
William D. Singer
Monte Selic,
Morry Koven
E. Albert Pallot
Pau< H. Marks
Charles T*bin
Jack Ablin
Harry Rayvis
David Rayvis
Albert Levite
Henry Morewiiz
Mrs. Ben Silver
Maurice Grossman
Abe Kurman
Sidney Segall
Mrs. Abe S. Goldman
fact dan Mccarty governor
(IM. l'.il. Ailv.)
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rJenntincrXf&n
Mrs. Farr Heads
tleth Shalom
Sisterhood
Mrs. Aaron Far;, of 93479th
Terrace. Miami Bei.. was unani-
- elected-pra at I I
Le Beth Sh m SisU
recent annual < led n ir.e t-
Mi s. Fan bu< ceed<.; Mrs.
icers unai
th Mesdames
. Jertler. M ix Applebaum
in* r via
--. Irving B........e< rding
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Irving Bias-
ft. Milton S It a Max
led t o 1 B for a two-
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Farr. Joseph I ':
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M.it K
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Civic Leaders
Endorse Singer's
Campaign Here
I !;ix M. Sinner, candidate for
Co stable of District No. 3. has
pi inted out that he to waging an
, campaign and is trying
tonally to meet as many of
v. : ra in his district as is
only possibly prior la the
rv next Tuesday."
I have received the endorse-
ment of many of the outstai
I tens of th.s community." said
.-ancitdate." who fetl t'r..t I
am qualified to serve as con-
stable. Abe Aronovitz. in an open
.lared. 'he is a man of
high integrity ar,i eertainlv has
an excellent reputation I con-
sider that he ras all I th< quali-
ties necessary to make an excel-
constable and heartily en-
se him to all my fellow citi-
zens.1
Judge William Pallot has
is going 1 vote foi
Consl in the 3rd Dis-
tri t. Dadc County, Florida, be-
stincen ly lieves I am
:fied for that office.
'I have also i
.< nt of Mat Straus I I
; iting C mpany,
lared. I believe Mr. S:ns-
- : of ou itsl ir
.. .-
Wker< ability, li --
-- an I regard foi I fellow
:. tint. is vherc Max
Singer Sidney H
: ier of 1
close
.
Ir. Sing has been
. since
i here six
a sitioi
r '' ''- t '.'
.--
. A i i C s: vice
Disaster Commit
Red Cross ad I
SVV and Democratic
: gut in I ..>: rial s|
A n y and r'avy C pus He is
or k mbc r of tl
..:. I th r tt .;r.d re-
iu nine.
Xorth Shore Has
AU-Star Show
T e N> rth Shore Jewish Cen-
ter will present an All-Star Show
tomorrow evening. 8 p.m. at the
Center building. 75th Street and
Dickens Avenue-
Outstanding <: tertainers of
- ^nd night clubs here will
be featured on the program. The
evening is under the auspices o:
the Center's Pioneer Bond Drive.
with S\ : C. Lyons, chairman
|of the Bonds Finance Committee.
Mrs. Kaplan
To II '.hI Beth
Sholom PTA
Mrs Irving B. Kaplan, of 3630
ngo Drive. Miami Beach,
will be elected president of the
Temple Beth Sholom PTA at a
meeting on Monday. May 5th. 1:30
:n the Temple patio. Mrs.
Kaplar. will replace Mrs. Louis
Ross
Otl er officers to be elected are
Mrs. Charles Silvers. Mrs. Albert
Reisman and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
man, vice presidents: Mrs. Jack
Low. reo lecretary; Mrs.
Eli Meltzer, corresponding secre-
tary: and Mrs. Benjamin Mande'l.
treasurer A Board consisting of
42 memrers wUl also be ap-
r : ti :
t the PTA will <
nstalled during Friday
-s on May 9th, by
Rab'ri Leon Rronish, spiritual
I \',- I Shi !om.
Hebrew School
Sisterhood Holds
Offfiee Election
At a recant election of The
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation Sisterhood the follow-
ing officers were unanimously e-
lected:
Mesdames Edward L. Becker.
president; Irwin Sirkin. 1st vice
president; Eugene Glassman. 2nd
vice president; Jack Stone, treas-
urer: Michael Blank, financial
retary; Murray Kirschencaum.
re ording secretary; Max New-
berger, corresponding secretary:
and Joseph Schwadror. honorary
founder-preside..t.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors were the Mesdames Simon
April. Buckie Becker. Nat Coul-
ton. Peter Duchon. Herbert Fel-
dan. Isadore Fogel. Eva Gold-
blatt. Mollie Harrison. Max Hei-
ken. David Hecht, Berele Kele-
mer, Nathan Kuliback. Ella Kut-
ner Molhe Kelner. Robert Levin.
Toice Magu-. David Meltzer.
Gabriel Perlman. Fredric Rosen-
thai. R. Ro.koff. Ben Sokoloff.
N. Siege!. Sarah Stone. Tilhe
Sorenstein, Ellis Steinberg, and
William Wemtraub.
Ft" eg.
Adams Charges
Turnpike Pkjjy
Without Bids 1
Alto Ad
date for
W* forthechZ
a foul consi .. ?
coir, petit.
The forme.
orida Supri
ed in Tai:
his v rm on i h ..:"
Florida Sup ., curt. v *H
I
"me 10 di
To Celebrate
Mai/ Itn if Here
w evening. May 3rd.
7:30 p.m., at the San Regis Res-
taurant, there- will be a Victory
Celc t. n : the North Dade
Fi Th Fair was sponsored by
e Mt Clubs I the St Paul's
'' li | Church and the North
Dade Jewish Center.
Sisterhood Chesed Shel
Emess Meets Monday
Sisterhood Chesed S-'.el Emess
will hold a regular meeting on
Monday. May 5th, at 1:30 p.m.. in
the Beth El Auditorium.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
ham Sachs, spiritual deader
of the Israelite Center. Mrs. Is-
rael Goldberg will preside.
edintoth. -;^
car motor
Eefore a lar
ience. Adan.i
mcrr.orardurr.
Miami au
sa;d link)
with a plan t i
pike wit
without app:
ture and wit!
people.
, P w A
dida'.e a, ..,.- ^
state en : ,.ut from ,
the lash the potocj
through his j I n of reorgaiiii
of the execut branch of mi
err.ment. J
"The day A urns tab,
fice, the war '. -yst-.-rr. wij|
thrown out tat-: offic^S
asserted, ac that state (H
ployees
sitions an
they do a -
A
close th- ', his effat to|
elect the Mir |)l
' that theirp|
re just asloa{il
!
:-.paign fc tl
To Honor Rabbi Sachs
A Testtsoni 1 Dinner horor-
mg Rabbi Abraham Sachs will b
held by the Israelite Center at
the Lincoln Manor Sunday. 7:30
p.m. Hy Morris is chairman, as-
sisted by Charles Fidelman. Dave
Granat and Miss E. Becker.
Zionist Board Meeting
The B
lei '/..
at the
Lou:
evenirg. Ma
Liebman is
with comi reports
ing
i":aa': Bett-I
I wiQ i
ts pi-esiden
. on Iha
ath.
jled to ;
Hurion llraneh
Meets Tltursdau
7 Ben-Gurion Bram F"
- Farband. will
I ..: Maj
..- E C -
:. pres
..
reg
Labor
u| .;t a
:..: : : National
in N'< '' V
Johnson Urges
Cleanup O.
Government
nd te for Cor.stabli n Dis-
I N 2. John c J hns I
- week ind
nt bj

-^it
V. .::'.
eak this ti<
I a... servi .. I itlj
tl illy in i ge of
duties ..- ::-
Meanwhile, .' chairman
f : gai ; | tt au-
ty the Knights I Py-
i Grand Lodg I F ra at
St ed plans foi
I LittJ M in Dade
C unty which would provide a
n for 1.000 dependenl
-" boys hen Pis I
t.-e | >r ":.;.' way
: r a 1 ng tirr.i I as a said
Look forward to your
Dairy Meals...
with fresh, crisp KELL0GGS CORN FLAKES
You'll find extra flavor and good-
ness in every one of these big
curly-crisp flakes that are always
so sweet and tender. And Kel-
logg s Corn Flakes are strictly
Kosher prepared in complete
accordance with Kashruth laws.
Get Kellogg s Corn Flakes in
the big family-size package and
get more good out of your dairy
meals
V
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KEHOE
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'The Creates* Nam* In Cf*ol%"
FOR
COUNTY SOLICITOR
. PROYE\ HY EXPERMEX1 E
BORN PENSACOLA 1908 DADE COUNTY RESIDENT T. YEAi^i
PRACTICING ATTORNEY 19 YEARS 6 YEARS ACTUAL EXPEREJfl
AS ASSISTANT COUNTY SOLICITOR 3 YEARS CHIEF ASS1S1
COUNTY SOLICITOR.
ABLE EFFiCiEXT COMRTEOl S
EMMETT W. KEHOE
AND BE SURE
"QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE"
PULL LEVER 26-A|
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)AY, MAY 2, 1952
. Wicf> Finr/r0&*r>
PAGE 3 A

JUDGE FOR YOURSELF!
&

court D^uufn. or hUr' every m io^ fn7hi0rJnt0LVit '$: TJksT^sHErF^r PRESE*T Circuu judge"H- proven ability C'
il/DGE MORRIS was appointed to this high position as the result of a poll of all the lawyers in Dade
lounty, which was taken to determine who was best qualified. In that poll, Judge MORRIS won the
nomination by an overwhelming vote, leading the field of ten
attorneys selected by the Dade County Bar Association.
No one realizes more fully that the courts belong to the people-
better than does Judge MORRIS. On the other hand, no individual
or group knows better who has the proper qualifications for a
judgeship than the lawyers themselves, who are officers of the
courts.
There is no better tst of a man's qualifications to pass judgment
on his fellow men than the Biblical admonition that requires of
every man only to do justice, to love mercy and to walk humbly
with God.
The lawyers of Dade County knetr Joe Morris possessed all of these
fine attributes when they so whole-heartedly nominated him for
appointment to the Circuit Court bench. It would be difficult to
find another man so wholly endowed with these qualifications.
No person in our constitutional government has greater powers
over his fellow men than a Circuit Judge. He must pass upon the
problems, the life and liberties and the property rights of people.
He has power of life, over death and the power to grant or deny
matters of vital concern to the lives and happiness of every one of us.
... AND NOW A COMPARISON!
The Court of Crimes is the LOWEST court of record in Dade
County. It deals solely in misdemeanors, or minor crimes. The
Court of Crimes is actually a COUNTY POLICE COURT, without
civil authority.
The present judge of the Court of Crimes is a candidate to unseat
Judge MORRIS as a Circuit Judge. During his sixteen and a half
years as-judge of the Court of Crimes Judge MORRIS' opponent
has never been confronted with any civil action, nor with any
problem of the gravity of those over which the Circuit Court ha*
jurisdiction.
This comparison of the duties of the judges in two courts is in no
way intended to minimize the importance of the Court of Crimes or
its present judge, who, very likely, in sixteen and a half years, has
become very adept in adjudicating MINOR CRIMES.
HOWEVER, it should be pointed out that the present judge of the
Court of Crimes has not resigned his post to seek the Circuit Judge-
ship. He still owes the people two and a half years on his present
term to which he was re-elected in 1950. And if he loses in.his bid
for the. Circuit Judgeship he still will continue in the $9,000-a-year
job he now holds.

YOUR CONCLUSION SHOULD BE OBVIOUS ... ARE YOU WILL.
ING TO TRADE JUDGE MORRIS, WHOSE ABILITY AS A CIRCUIT
JUDGE IS AN ESTABLISHED FACT, BACKED BY 37 YEARS IN THE
PRACTICE OF LAW IN FLORIDA, FOR A MAN WHOSE ABILITY
AS A CIRCUIT JUDGE IS STRICTLY AN UNKNOWN QUANTITY?
WOULD YOU TRADE A MAN WHO HAS PROVEN HIMSELF AS A
JUDGE OF YOUR HIGHEST COURT FOR ONE WHOSE SOLE
JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN IN YOUR LOWEST COURT OF
RECORD. AND WHOSE ABILITY AS CIRCUIT JUDGE, TO SAY
THE LEAST, IS SUBJECT TO DEFINITE QUESTION?
JUDGE MORRIS' ONLY OPPONENT IN THIS RACE IS THE PRES-
ENT JUDGE OF THE COURT OF CRIMES.
A VOTE FOR JUDGE MORRIS IS A VOTE TO KEEP THESE TWO
MEN WHERE THEY ARE NOW SERVING! IT IS AS SIMPLE AS
THAT! ASK YOUR LAWYER!
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... FOR JUSTICE MERCY HUMILITY LET'S KEEP
Judge JOE N. MORRIS
where he is NOW serving with DISTINCTION as .CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
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Rub:nowitz further said
N ar more than :n any
period in Jewish history.
possibility to raise
:.ers for our Ameri-
D tr.unity."
elected U) serve during the
.:. year are: vice presidents.
" David S. Andron.
Alexander Kogan.
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on Sunday 11th, xiuin]
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Milton A. Friedman
YOUR
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Coral Wy Elementary School DssUtes*"*
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Has Legal Experience
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952
jto|Mlowitz
> 21 moil SI. I.on is
i IjsIi President
The annual flection meeting of
Louis Club of Greater
u is held at the Sorrento
| ly this week.
i Kopelowitz, .prominent
j. iras named president.
officers include Julian i.
k; ler, Mrs. Jacob Rudman, lsn community.
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PAGE 15 A
Broad Highlights
Low 1 axes,
Added Service
Shepard Broad, candidate tor
County Commissioner, District
No. 5, has an outstanding record
of civic and religious achieve-
ments m the Dade County Jew-
Forni I i-icmSs
Of >l School II <*<
R. W. Bill Apte, chairman of
the newly formed Greater Miami
Friends of the Medical School of
the Yeshiva University, has cre-
ated an Organizer's Committee
I I] Winer and Nat Wolf-
| presidents: Mrs. Samuel
irresponding secretary:
v David A. Davis, recording
i ary; and Mrs. Morris So-
folil treasurer.
1 of Directors are Mrs. Sam
Louis Buch, Leo Eisen-
> Mrs. B. M. Frank, A. Perl-
M. J. Kopelowitz
He was recently elect d I onor-
.:.;. life presidi nt of Temple Beth
Snolom, after serving three suc-
cessful terms >d by ad-
vanc mi nts and improvements in
the Temple, his supporters state.
Broad served as oresident of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
and was a delegate to the World
Zionist Congress. He has been ac-
tive in other religious, communal
and philanthropic alfairs.
Carrying out the principles of a
1 successful business as mayor of
Bay Harbor Islands. Broad said
that the same successful business
achievements car. be gained on a
county-wide basis.
"My efficient business prac-
tices have resulted in the lower-
ing of the tax rate while mayor
of Bay Harbor arid has increased
the services to the taxpayer," the
candidate who planned and de-
veloped the flourishing commun-
ity from a mangrove swan p, said.
His principles of economy, hon-
esty and efficiency I ave been ap-
plied to two thriving institutions
the North Shore Bank of Miami
and the North Miami Savings As-
sociation. Broad is one of the
founders and a present director of
the Bank and is president of the
Savings Association.
He is creator of the two and one
quarter million dollar Broad
> way which was opened last
Englander Cites
Civic Activities
Candidate for Justice of the
Peace in District No. 5, Malvin
Englandc r. this week brought his '
campaign to the closing mark. He i
is vying for election subject to the
Sonny Henderson
Promises Continued
Law Enforcement
h will plan for the active par- ^'; y 6th primary
ticipation of residents here in Pointing to his civic activities !
the project of establishing the os a measure of the active interest
va Medical School schedule d
to open in New York sometime in
1954.
The medical school will be the
tint non-sectarian school in the
history oi America under Jewish
luld bring to th problems of
workers and small businessmen
coming before him, Englander
listed his affiliation with the Jew-
ish War Veterans, the B'nai B'i ith
direction. A dinner is currently Hospital Committee, the Greater
.emu manned hv th.. r'..m>..;<.... __
being planned by the Committee
for the latter part of M
Federation, the
Civic League, the American Le-
Yl........... en- Rl"n Post N'"- B5- Elks. 1601. the
IMMIIHS AaiirillS Florida State and Mian i Beach
Public* Record bierreAs80Ciations and the Assem"
Candidate for the office of Sun- Englander is also English mod-
enntendant of Public Instruction, erator for This Week in Israel a
W. R. Thomas, drew his cam- radio program on station WINZ.
I'"'"11 toa close this week while a past president of the Miami
stating that he was confident of
victory.
Speaking with the motto of his
election effort in mind. "R( l re
Confidence with Thomas", th
candidate re-affirmed his recoiv,
of unquestioned integrity, ability
and efficiency "so far as restoring
confidence in the administration
I of the Dnde County School Sys-
j tern is concerned."
Thomas said that he has had
many years of training, including
10 years of experience "in this
business of education."
GO TO THE POLLS,
VOTE MAY 6th.
AND
Beach Junior Cl amber of Com-
merce, a charier member of the
52 Club, a Board member of the
Miami Beach Branch, Greater Mi-
4i?m' Jewish Community Center.
d active with the Miami Beach Is-
rael Zionist Organization. a
Democratic Precinct Committee-
man and a chairman of the Get-
Out-The-Votc Committee.
Also a secretary of the Beth
David Synagogue, Englander is
married to the former Sophia
Ter.drich and has two children.
lie is a graduate of the Universitv
of Miami Law Schiol and served
during World War II as an en-
listed man and officer.
Sheriff J. B. Sonny Henderson
recently designated "sheriff of the
month" by the National Sh-
Association, was honor guest
luncheon Wednesday given by
judge Samuel Silver, of West Mi-
ami.
The host, in introducing Hen-
on, told his audience of 50
business and professional in-
that he had been a classmate ot
the she, ill at Mi. mi Senior 1.
School and also at the Univi
I irida.
SI eiifi Henderson in bidding
for support in h:s campaign for a
full tei i improv< n
'in the sheriff's department since
1 taking office,
He said the new criminal
bureau of investigation, re
j opened and new equipped with
I scientific crime laboratories,
jsents a great stride forward
in crim< detection in Florida's
[ history."
Henderson promised a continu-
: th r .id law enforcement
I which has driven organized i
[and ope- gambling off the Dade
County scene. He is a candidate
tor re-election to his office
jeet to the May 6lh primary.
Itonstvcl Talks
Louis S. Bonsteel, of the Mi-
ami Crime Commission, will
speak on The Crime Commi
and Juvenile Delinquency, Sun-
ray morning. May 4th. ai
Coral GabKs Jewish Center. 1
talk will climax the inauf
Breakti. i 1... tallation ol the
officers el' the Men's Club.
S.,1 Goldman. Ruby Oral- ^\^\T*?&*ci< "*ich in]
ilrs, Albert Ladd, Ben \"h '' -^fOOO.000. was financed
1 Max Orenstein. Joseph Si- |tnl0US" Broad s business acumen
ilind Sonz and Mrs. ;u '""i-'1v "" cost to the taxpay-
': Weiss.
tz d livereH a eulogy
i ite depai U d pn sident, i.
.(I Iman, prominent in Zionist
and a national leader
initarian causes. The club
West Miami
Fetes Mothers
The West Miami Jew Cen
v. led to purchase 50 trees in |tef v.-ilHiold a Mother's Day din-
i.- nor.
i Annual dinner and Installs-
I officers will take place
> lay evening. May 18th.
in., in the Sorrento Dining
i
tockdale Pledges
Economy, Progress
Can lidate for County Commis-
Mier from District No. 5, Grant
pckdale, was the first legislator
outh to introduce an un-
. bill, his supporters indi-
% | ere.
s' dale brought the anti-
b( lore the House of Rep-
tives in 1949. "I have been
of all those who hide
I'd a mask and terrorize free
1 aid.
1; ti d, the candidate pledges
progress and efficiency J
unty Board. He is a grad-'
I the University of Miami.
"* 'vice with the Marines dur-
; Id War II and has served
Representative in Tal-
F and in Washington, as a
imessiona] Assistant.
ner and social on Sunday. May
11th. from 4 to 7 p.m., at the Cen-
ter. 5720 SW 17th Street.
Proceeds will go towards the
Center's building lunds. Men of
the organization will cook and
serve.
PROMINENT DADE COUNTY ATTORNEYS ENDORSE
ADAMS
GO TO THE POLLS, AND
VOTE MAY 6th.
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We the undersigned practicing attorneys of Dade County.
Florida, having had occasion to know of and about Alto Adams,
candidate for Governor of the State of Florida in the May 6th
Democratic Primary, recommend and endorse his candidacy to
the voters of Dade County.
By reason of our opportunity to follow his actions carefully
and observe his conduct and demeanor as Chief Justice, Justice
of the Supreme Court of the State of Florida, and Judge of the
Circuit Court at St. Lucie County, we feel that his election will be
a distinct asset to the people of the entire State of Florida.
YOUR DADE COUNTY
SHERIFF
The Most Uualified Man
for the Job
(Pd. for by J. C. Dickson)
'**$]
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
Signed:
Abe Aronovitz
Stanley C. Myers
William L. Pallot
Louis Heiman
Harold B. Spaet
Leon Kaplan
Sidney M. Aronovitz
Max R. Silver
Lawrence E. Hoffman
Irwin E. Kott
Irwin S. Futerfas
Ellis S. Rubin
Oscar Rappaport
Emanuel Sponder
William Brody
Sol Fried
Alvin S. Cawn
Eugene Sulsberger
Samuel Rosner
Leon A. Epstein
Paul A. Louis
David Drucker
Irving Nathanson
Stanley D. Caidin
Seymour Kaplan
Jack Kirchik
Herbert L. Blume
Sanford M. Swerdlin
Robert S. Bloomberg
Jack M. Fink
Norman A. Shandelman
Alan King
Thomas Jean Ellis
Paul Englander
Gerald Forman
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


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l FLORIDA.
FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1952
Combined Appeal Views Hotel Division
Apathy; Appoints Squad For Cleanup
Only 143 out of 425 hotels have the Greater Miami Jewish com-
SEC. E
ew Academy Announces Purchase BS&^JJJJ
ew Site; To Accomodate 500 Pupils
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rr Goldberg, senior vice
of The Hevrpw AcpH-
,d chairman of the Build-
ri Expansion Fund Com-
ear]v this week announced
Dart.',.l of land situated at
ti-f't and Chase Avenue.
Beach, has been acquired
ans for the erection of a
r.'l modern school building
Academy.
located at 6th Street and
n Avenue, the Academy
]V accommodates approxi-
200 children. "The Acad-
he future,' Goldberg said,
,, modate a student body
lundred pupils and will
is| modern facilities
plete library, spa-
i iiry classrooms and a
ped gymnasium and
ratories."
retted that The
lemy has in the past
students who sought
because of lack of
termed the Expansion
must" and personally
$1(1.000 to spearhead the
Expansion Fund.
David S. Andron, rewly
pi, s,dent of the Academy.
atd that great effort, de-
coopcration and generous
It '., I have to be forthcorr.-
I. rents and friends.
;i half years of He-
v education have
produced students with
k ounds in both Ameri-
I Hi row education," he
i not refuse admit-
U many pupils who are
th'S unique program of
,i'i Today, more than ever,
lean Jewish community
! n intelligent, well-
nd dynamic leadership
an only be trained in such
orss as The Hebrew Acad-
Alexander Kogan, chair-
bf 'I e Hebrew Academy
Mi.thers, expressed the ap-
ion of the affiliated wom-
bups (or the task which the
rati iias undertaken. Sid-
iwitz, director of The
Academy, underscored
support.
( ul.! Goldberg on th"
and Expansion Fund
The Hebrew Acad-
is M. Escott, Harry
.1 1 M. Grundwerg,
r, Solorr.o-. Lobel,
. mhard, Jack Satin,
rstein. Harry Kor-
aham Mostow and
ng have pledged
purchase of land for
ture:
ii..-iif, Harry Genet, Sam-
erg, 8am lej RH tor.
Way Daddies
A. Friedman, president
Way Elementary
Idies' Association, an-
|s i meeting for Monday
5th at the school. The
Elementary School
ft il furnish the musical
Nominations of officers
nsuing year will follow.
Hennjn Boh, 1^-wl
M
Party
Sponsored tv the Young Adult
Council of the B'nai B'rith Youth
:"ott. I Organization, a party will be held
made contributions to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, it has been
revealed here hy Campaign lead-
ers.
Expressing a deep concern re-
garding the apparent apathy of
the Hotel Division in assuming
its community responsibilities,
Campaign Chairman Carl Wein-
kle has announced appointment of
Mem^f^k^^ *>ine S Kolmnn I.uiin, Harry Koretiky, H;ir-
rv Levitt. Mrs. .'onnl*- GroaAlnffer,
Paul QroMlnger, Harry Wasserman,
Abraham Mostow, Bamuel Relnhanl,
Biymnnil Kubln, Sn-tiuel Sakols. Har-
ry Sirienworm, Adolph Bchwart, Jok-
h /.fin.l. A. II. Hiegel, llt-njamln
Sberrv, v-bnol To" winn.
SriRfried Kendheim. Matthew Silvi-r-
at CaDtain Peter's Smoked Fish
Restaurant, 1 NW 71st Street.
Featured events will include a
dinner to be followed by enter-
tainment and square dancing.
dcavor personally to visit the re-
maining 282 hotels and urge their
participation in the vital drive for
funds.
Appointed to direct the cleanup
Purpose of the affair, it was an- activities in the Hotel Division
nounced, is to raise funds for the | will be Abe Kurman, Sam Kap-
toin. Benjamin Dubroff, Moses j Young Women's B'nai B'raith Dis- I Ian, Joseph Gardner and Jack
w'{S!dSS'n,r.,vlF.55"wi?i' """'. "'"I',-, trict No. 5 convention scheduled "
Mir'.' Jeanne Cherry, Hyman Kniko, to be held in Miami the last
Alexander Richardson, Bamuel Appel,
Isidore Spolter, Fanny wldes, Ben-
jamin Rndnik. Pr. Harold 8 Kauf-
man. Quatav s.'id. Mis. Nathan Ben-
enfeld. Mrs. Harrj Field*, Mums
S'lKarman. fvan Solomon, Max Weln-
berger, Leonard Barr, Henry Morris,
Joseph M. Rose, Alex t isaman, Abra-
ham Weinateln, Max Sllverberg. Har-
ry Cohen, Max Fine, Morris Gordon
and Solomon Lobel.
weekend of June.
Member chapters of the Young
Adult Council includs the Clara
Hirsch Landau. Sharet. Star, Hol-
lywood and representatives of
B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge.
Chaiiman for the event is Miss
Pearl Kaplan.
Muravchick. all active workers in
previous campaigns.
"Our 1952 Flying Squad is made
up of men who devote a great
deal o! ther personal time and
energy to the Combined Jewish
Appeal each year," it was an-
nounced by Campaign Chairman
Weinkle. 'They set a splendid
example in the industry and in
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it unity by making substantial
personal gifts and by devoting
their spare time, evenings, and
weekends to the work of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
"Men like Kurman, Gardner,
Kaplan and Muravchick have
made tremendous personal sacri-
fices in these campaigns. But the
hotel division in all fairness, can-
rot rightfully be represented by
the superb efforts of the small
handful of men who stick with
the job, year after year," Weinkle
continued.
"There are still 282 hotels on
Miami Beach which have delayed
making their 1952 gilts and
these Life Dollars are sorely need-
ed now to provide food, cloth-
ing, housing, and medicine in Is-
rael and to help support our lo-
cal agencies," he said.
Pointing out that it would be
I physically impossible for his en-
ergetic quartet to cover their as-
i signment in the ten-day period al-
! loted to them. Flying Squad
Chairman Kurman urged hotels
| to cooperate in the cleanup phase
of the Campaign by making the r
gifts immediately to facilitate the
task.
Sam Kaplan, executive director
of the Hotel Association, declared
that in his opinion, every hotel
| should give to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal which supports a
broad program of rehabilitation,
relief and development in Israel
i and also provides seven local wel-
fare and health agencies with
i funds to enable these institutions
! to serve Greater Miami.
In many cases. Kaplan pointed
out that gilts are received from
the hotel owner, while the les-
see fails to contribute. "The com-
munity obligation should be borne
by all individuals who reside and
conduct their business here," he
stated.
Pictured abovj are members of the Building and Expansion Fund Committee of The Hebrew Acafi-
erny dming negotiations for the purchase of a newato for TheHetrew Academy Sated 111 o
right are Sblomon Lobel, Samuel M. Grundwg and Samuel Rilter. Standing left to*M are
Matthew Silvers, in. Samuel Heinherd. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of The Hebrew Acad-
emv IsTdore Goldberg. Harry Genet. Daniel Broad and Martin Genet. Other members of!!!'. Com-
rnTuU not nreseni are Abraham Mostow. Lewis M. Escott. Jack Satin and Harry'Koretiky. Isa-
doraGoldberg.chairman inltiaTed the Fund Drive with a pled* of $10,000 toward the new struc-
lure. ____
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BclLs On Their Toes, schedule!
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May 5th-9th. at regular admission
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Professional Group of Hadassah,
it was announced early this week.
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A MEMBER OF YOUR
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD)
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VOTE NEXT TUESDAY TC Re.*
"Bunn" GAUTlEjl
STATE SENATOR


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^Jewisli fhridHann
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Beach Symphonette Has Premiere
fth; To Perform Haydn Work In D
IMiami Beach Symphonette, under the direction of guest
William T. Reivo, will hold its premiere performance on
... evening, May 7th, 8:45 p.m., at the Miami Beach Com-
Knter, -1st Street and Washington Avenue.
Svmphonette'a performance will be held in conjunction
National Music Week celebration here, and admission to
' c0ncert will be free.
|-air
pjrk to be presented by
honette is Joseph Hay-
plmnv in D Major (Salo-
2), The London. The
,y opens with an Adagio
es rapidly to the main
| motif- The remaining
einonts are marked An-
enuetto and Allegro
Havdn wrote the sym-
Uowing its commission
Onrion publisher, Salo-
|| was heard in a Pe-
rformance under the
s direction on May 4,
hnphonette will also per-
lOverturc to the Marriage
by Mozart; Ballet
by Luikini; The Em-
Eltz,' by Strauss; and the
En Dances Nos. 5 and 6,
Ized some eight months
[chartered last November
,r.ofit organization under
tnce of its present BoaVd
:-. Mimi Retskin, presi-
Samucl Kaplan, vice
Abe Haiduck, secre-
Retskin, treasurer; Har-
fekin. managing director;
laum, business agent;
Bireeskin, founder con-
[and Hiehard Granville,
the Miami Beach Sym-
has since grown to its
number of 40-odd musi-
|mposing a full comple-
strong, woodwind and
.tions. Both professionals
bessmen of high musical
8ic included in the sym-
phonette's ranks. Weekly rehears-
als bring together physicians,
lawyers, judges and persons in
commerci^ circles here in a con-
certed effort that has developed
a symphony orchestra on Miami
Beach.
The Symphonette's Board of
Directors in expressing the
group's aims, stressed its charter
principles which include the pre-
sentation of concerts for Miami
Beach schol children, acting as
accompanying orchestra for com-
munity projects in the opera, op-
eretta and ballet fields and the
cultivation of recognized local
talent.
Guest solosit will be contralto
Flora Previn. Miss Previn is the
recent recipient of the Miami
Music Club a,ward and is sched-
uled to appear in the Young Ar-
tist's Concert at the Dade County
Auditorium on May 4th. She is A
former member of the New York
Opera Company. With orchestral
accompaniment, she will sing the
Habanera from Bizet's opera, Car-
men, and several selections from
the semi-classical repertoire.
Judge Kenneth Oka, member of
the Symphonette's string section,
will act as music commentator
during the Wednesday evening
premiere performance.
Beth El Sisterhood
A Mother's Day Luncheon will
be sponsored by the Beth El Sis-
terhood on Sunday, May 4th, 1
p.m., at the Dora August Memo-
rial Hall. Mrs. Al Zissman is
chairman of the affair.
Lummus States
Exemption Issue
"Mailing of applications for
homestead exemption as a cam-
paign issue is as phony as a wood-
en nickle," declared J. N. Newt
Lummus, Dade County tax asses-
sor in a speech before an audi-
ence of home owners.
"It has been tried by many
counties and abandoned as un-
just, uneconomical and so full of
loopholes it would take an army
of inspectors to plug them up."
Lummus pointed out that the
last year Dade County tried mail-
ing homestead exemptions, 3,800
home owners, otherwise entitled
to exemptions, lost them chiefly
because 40 percent of the applica-
tions were returned by the post
office as undelivered. "We had
hundreds of cases where applica-
tions were carelessly misplaced by
children or adults," said Lummus,
"torn up as advertisements or not
mailed back in time. Whereas,
with our present modern rotary
filing system, we have less than
four hundred failures per year."
Another reason Lummus ad-
vanced for not continuing the
mail system was the widespread
fraud resulting from maids, house
agents, real-estate men and ten-
ants signing the application when
home owners are not really bona
fide residents. "The only work-
able solution to our homestead ex-
emption system is the one I have
been fighting for throughout the
yearsautomatic yearly renewals/ | sors acting as supervisors once the
with
tions,
no annual filing of applica-
but with municipal asses-
original exemption is granted by
the county."
RK-KIJiCT
J. N. (Newt)
LUMMUS. Jr.
for
COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR
There is no substitute for
experience
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE APPRECIATED

(1M. I'nl Adv.)
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
XTOft 0 rvnxo
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon Selden
VOTE
ROBERT KING HIGH
For Your Next
Justice of Peace
District No. 2
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
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Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
per year
For Your Convenience
FREE
PARKING
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224 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
FOR 1 FULL HOUR
WHILE TRANSACTING BUSINESS
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.ines Insured to
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Deposit Insurance.
Corp,
LEONARD L ABESS, Pretldtnt.
(16 W. Fkigler St.
Opp. Court House
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Savings Bant
In The South


JUDGE
WAYNE ALLEN
For CIRCUIT COURT
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RE-ELECT
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RESIDENT
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Refugee Problem
Needs Settlement,
Greenleigh Says
UNITED NATIONS, NY (JTA)
- The "vicious circle" <>f refu-
created by world tensions
; nd unsettled refugees creating
further tensions must be broken
:n the interest : world peace.
Arthur Greenleigh, ex< ill
: of the United Service for
New Americans, told the third
: min-
imizations in-
rest< I
i-as el ted chair-
n of 1 e which is
repn senta-
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ips participai
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I..-inIir Says H>
Tripled Hade's
Share Off Jlonev
Strongly confident of re-elec-
tion to the State Senate in next
Tuesday's primary election. Sen-
ator R. B. Bunn Gautier wound
up his campaign this week based
| on his tripling Dade county's
share of state money.
"Dade county this year will rc-
; ceive S7.000.000 for public
schools." Gautier said. "I have
'built up Dado's share of state
money from less than S5.000.000
: I went to the Senate, to al-
SI6.000.000 last year.
"I view the medical scl ool for
rersity of Miami as the
gn atest ach cent
ut I am also proud of the
work done for
the Evi
: American ti marl
is"
Senator Gaut in the
Legislatun
: ihi s< ah H< is a World Wai
II navy airplani I ilol b lawyer
I alumnus if Washington and
sity He is marl n I
ac i Iren.
Pioneer Women, Club 1
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Visit Our Farm at
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Commissioners
Need Experience,
Bird Says Here
Nobody in charge of a large
business concern would think of
choosing a director without ex-
perience to run it. yet some peo-
ple seem to think that almost any-
body, without even any business
experience, could run our billion
dollar Dade County business,"
said County Commissioner Pres-
B. Bird, candidate for re-
election, in a television appear-]
ance here. ,
"If you were one of the owners
of a plant valued at over a bil-
. dollars and spending more
twenty million dollars a
w 'uld you i h isi aa one of
: m inagera someone without
any business experience what-
r, or a busim ssman with years
of experience in that particular
"Thai is the question before all
Dade County voters at the,com-
. electi in on May 6th," Bird
i : I
"You surely will want to vote
: ii a man of busil porience
and experience in the County's
complicated affairs to help man- er.ee in the Cnimi
I age the largest business operation | business t .,J^T ys wra.
I in Dade County itself." election"t thV r,ndl|l*Wi
"Based on thorough experi-j sion on May 6th ""^ c
RETURN
RUTH L. SUTTON, ,
FOR
Justice of Peace
DISTRICT 3
Her Record and Faithful
Service Gives Her the
Right to Be Returned to
This Office.
Proven Capable
In light of her enviable record for the past 12 m
signed) are pleased to sponsor and support t*e r.t ,-,", ,1 .,;'"'. "I
L. SUTTON as Justice of the Peace. District Thr ,.??*l
friend? will lend their generous support as well. We furth,, 5Li
the use of this endorsement in n< newspaper ,13 ,. ,'"'
1*r candidacy for this office. conntn,,^
.10. s o L 1: it
IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES
South American Souvenirs and Jewelry
2201 Collins Avenue 215 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-3579 Phone 5-4330
David S. Harris
Jcck Osman
Julius Chadwick
Harry Zeldman
Abraham Peaceman
Sylvia Wolfman
Sophia Wolfman
Sara Chadwick
Earl Bragmen
Robert Rosenfeld
Keti: Harris
ftp/if" Cet if happen in Ott/e County
We can protect our homesw
and our community from -)
job seekers
power-h
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
A man with proven business know-how and
experience... outstanding record of personal
and civic achievement* in Dade County cre-
w-ill devote hi* full time and energy to
the people of Dade County % > p -4

founder of two Dad* Co
insurance company; promi
SHEPARD BROAD
>unty bank; ***** fffl
linent attorney; founder and a
"'*-"-" ^vina^-aiiy, tnvinnicui gnviirs.il ----- t*wWi
of the self-liquidating 2l/4 miHion dollar Broad "TCJ
built at no cost to taxpayers; pioneered and develop*
mangrovo swamp the. beautiful town of Bay Harbor
elected as its first and only mayor; reduced tai!i
Harbor Islands every year since 1947 without |UggJJ ^
ments; at tha tame time increasing municipal s
ments; at tha same time increasing municipal "' ,. #
facilities; voted North Dade County's most "f,t'?T? ^
xen in 1950 for his efforts in behalf of civic. "
philanthropic endeavors.
ON MAY


tf, MAY 2. 1952
+Jewi *t fhrkBan
PAiits a a
For Plan to Coordinate Action
reen United Appeal, Bond Drive
Irtrongly renewed call for the creation of a nat onal coordin-
eroup. <'(imposed of Bor.ds for Israel, United Jewish Appeal
oresentatives of Jewish coirmunities has been issurd by the
'of Directors of the Council of Jewish Fe.iorations and Wei-
Ming in New York last Apr.l 20th, the Board passed a reso-
,..,,;; Ming the "urgent ... ...
national coordination is urgently
of achieving effective
ination to assure
ium nsults from the Bonds
ael and United Jewish Ap-
^itipaifins-
Hmum funds can be rais-
both the UJA and fiom
. of bonds only if the two
(zed efforts are not con-
[simultaneously or competi-
in any community, but
through the concentrated
I of (ach of them at separate
during the year," the
Ljeclared. "The foundation
can Jewry's effort to
access for the Four-Point
i for Israel is that all parts
Imeni i ach other and are
|ts of a cooperative pro-
a-d not competitive rivals.
jeees can be achieved only
I part a1 ids to the others and
Itrelv substitutes for them."
ake the most favorable re-
MSible, the Council stated,
be. n d< monttrated that
hern.
necessary through some instru-
ment in which the UJA, the
American Financial and Develop-
ment Corporation tor Israel and
the organized Jewish commun-
ities will be represented. The
purpose of this natioral instru-
ment will be to develop rational
plann rg of timing, publicity, use
of field staff and other national
campaign procedures."
The Board commended the na-
tional UJA for "its repeated and
continuing efforts to obtain such
coordination" ar.d urged the
AFDCI to cooperate with the UJA
and the- CJFWF in achieving the
necessary agreement.
In another resolution dealing
with UJA, Israel Bonds and com-
munity relationships, the Board
took rote of recent disputes be-
tween several communities and
the AFDCI highlighted by the re-
cent situation in Indianapolis.
"This Board adds its voice to
the many who have already ex-
pressed their condemnation of
the Bond organization's action
and of its extreme villification of
the community and leadership of
Indianapolis." the. resolution de-
clared. "Such action was entiiely
unworthy of any oublic enterprise
ar.d in this case of one which pur-
ports to represent the State of Is-
rael."
A third resolution urged com-
munities to exert all efforts to
make available maximum cash
funds to the UJA in order to meet
the critical situation of Israel and
pressing needs overseas and at
home.
The Board also considered cur-
rent efforts to achieve coordinat-
ed planning and financing of na-
tional community relations pro-
grams, heard thy report ot its In-
stitute on Overseas Studies on
the financial needs of Israel and
the relationship of philanthropic
support and programs and discus- cganization and the services Of the
sed trends in local 'health and Council in helping communities
welfare services, community or-I strengthen current campaigns.
On May 6th, Join the Prominent
Attorneys Listed Below in Voting
to Keep ...
Judge) rrtzGORDON
OUR CIRCUIT JUDGE. GROUP 4
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Slvow. Gaie.
Good Food
1225 Washington Ave
Miami Beach
Honor Fred Sandier
The Managers and General
Agents Association of Miami re-
cently presented a certificate to
Fred A. Sandier, of the Biscayne
Agency of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company, in recogni-
tion of his leadership in his office.
This is the seventh straight year
that Sandier has been so hon-
ored.
AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING
AT A NEW LOW PRICEI
SELF-
DEFROSTING
ELVINATOR
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V* Jf ochi.vementl Kelvinator "Magic Cy-
Mod.l
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Cleer-to-rtie-Floor
Abe Aronovitz
Sidney M. Aronovitz
Arthur J. August
Albert B. Bernstein
Myron Brodcr
Leonard G. Egert
Leon A. Epstein
Ben Essen
Bernard C. Fuller
Louis Hamel
Louis Heiman
Leon Kaplan
Alan B. Kessler
Victor Levine
Mvron H. Lewis
Stanley C. Myers
Joseph Pardo
Louis Phillips
William Phillips
Oscar Rappaport
Abe Rudner
Theodore J. Sakowitz
Samuel A. Shapiro
Allen E Sherrill
Max R. Silver
Jerome H. Weinkle
Nat L. Williams
Jack A. Abbott
Herman M. Berk
Morrir Berick
William I. Brenner
Alvin Cassel
Ben Cohen
Paul Englander
Bernard Frank
Gilbert- Frank
Morton Frank
Sol Fried
Arthur D. Frishman
Martin Genet
Saul Genet
Richard E Gerstein
Harry A. Gordon
Harry Arthur Greenberg
Lawrence E Hoffman
Gerald Hyman
Arthur A. Kimmel
Sanford H. Kramer
Hymen Lake
Stanley Joel Lavine
Alfred F. Nesbitt
Stanley B. Richard
Leo Rose. Jr.
Morton Rothenberg
Samuel Rubin
Abe Schonfeld
Seymour Silverman
Georoe Schwartz
Stanley S. Stein
Geo. J Talianoff
Morris G. Warner
Doris E. Weinstein
Leonard G. Weinstein
Natalie M. Weinstein
Burton Younq
Harry Zukernick
Milton Kelner
Marshall Langer
Simon Englander
Milton Feller
Louis Horwitz
Alvin M. Sandier
Irving M. Wolff
E. Albert Pallot
Marvin S. Cassel
Burton M Cohen
Herbert D. Kaufman
Alexander Rubin
Theodore M. Epstein
A. Louis Mechlowitz
Menrv M. Waitzkin
Martin Greenbaum
Harold B. Bickow
Charlotte Kav Black
Edith Held Cooper
Arthur H. Courshon
Diana Coopersmith
Chas. J. Courshon
Jack R. Courshon
Seymour A. Gopman
Samuel Miller
Samuel B. Pearlman
Edward S. Resnick
Arnold Slome
Frank Steinberg
Mortimer I Pojjell
Eli Breqer
David Catsman
Mervyn L. Ames
Herbert L, Blume
Louis Falk
Jack M. Fink
Richard K. Fink
Sol Maisel
Mortimer Fried
Monroe Gelb
Bernard Marcus
Irving H. Propper
Sidney Robbins
Burnett Roth
Elry Stone
Marx Faber
Charles H. Greenberg
Herman Cohen
Joseph A. Berman
William Brody
Leo Greenfield
Seymour Liebman
M. Bennett Lifter
Milton Mamber
Arnold Sher
Darrey A. Davis
Morris Klein
Nathaniel J Klein
Arthur J. Kline
Max B. Kogen
Hylan H. Kout
Albert M. Lehrman
Seymour Larry Kimmel
Marvin L. Kimmel
R. C. Lohmeyer
Harold Rosenstein
Albert H. Saperstein
William S. Shorenstein
Harold Zinn
Philip Schlissel
Geo. Kastenbaum
John E. Porte
James Halley Ruby
Donald Klein
Melvin Richard
Harold Shapiro
Gershon S. Miller
S. Benson Berger
Julius I. Friedman
Amos Benjamin
George Chertkoff
David A. Frank
Murray Goodman
Arthur A Gottlieb
Bernard Hutner
Herbert H. Hutner
Leonard J. Kalish
Harry Neham
Samuel J. Rand
Morris Rosenberg
Irvin Scherr
Bernard Yart
Burton Young
Harold S. Tager
Sheldon Dubler
Louis Click
Seymour Simon
Harold Tanner
Martin D Von Zamft
Saul T. Von Zamft
Helen Wassman
Bernard B. Weksler
Sidney C. Kass
David J. Bauer
Julian R. Benjamin
Donald J. Eanett
Harvey Fishbein
Leon Levin
Edward N. Moore
Marshall D. Simons
Morton H. Silver
Edward Walterman
Brt Saqer
Martin Yelen
Marshall H. Ader
Burton Engelsberg
Nathan Loewenstein
Sidney J. Berger
Pull Lever 6-B
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To Keep J. FRITZ GORDON j
CIRCUIT JUDGE
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FURNITURE-WAREHOUSE
Furn.tu.. loi HOMES HOTELS ond APARTMENTS
636 N. W. 24th St. Near 7th Ave.
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There Is No Substitute For Experience
HELP ELECT
JOSEPH
SWEETEN
CONSTABLE
District 3
26 Years Police and Criminal Investigation
Experience
PULL LEVER 34-C
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PAGE 6 B
9-Jenisii tlor idiot n.
Meyers To Head
Education Bureau
Bi : jamin Meyers, active com-
munal worker, has been elected
sident of th" Bureau of Jew-
ish Education for the year 1952-
53.
Others who will assume office
include Max Meisel. honorary
president; Matilda Ratner. Harry
Simonhoff and Israel Shapoff,
vice presidents: Seymour B- Lieb-
man. secretary: and Joseph Dun-
tov, treasurer.
The officers will be i: stalled by
Rabbi Joseph Narot at the An-
nual Dinner of the Bureau to be
held in the Hibiscus Masonic
Temple. Miami Beach, on Sunday.
May 4th. at 6 p.m.
'ured speaker of the eve-
ning will be Harry Simonhoff. lo-
cal attorney, traveller and author.
Simonhoff has just retur--d from
a tour of the Near Eas: and
Orient.
The Dinner will also paj trib-
.. Meis< 1. outgoing pn
as well ;..- highlight the activities
-. J' wish Educa-
:..: : I hi: BSl '. ..:: >"< arS.
i.' m K; mis l as
Mrs
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tigi nents Commit!.
Continental Trio Appears
In Concert On Sunday
'.',' tVI will
Contir ntal Trii hon-
N'al
I
Sti H School Auditorium
n Suri 4th, 8
'
Miss
W n Noten. vi
;' nk H<: Hist.
: will bi
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Biscayne Continues
Program To June 2
The Biscayne Kernel Club, only
greyhound track now in i
in South Florida, will con-
tinue its program of nightly rac-
ing, Sunday's excluded, until
2nd.
T i N rthside Oval is having
seasons in years,
and ca] rowds are in at-
tendam night to watch the
hounds negotiate
vied to be OH
the* 1 racing strips in the
country. The dogs nor waeing at
represent the t"P grey-
hound kennels now engaged in
' : Qui I I
B scayne Kennel Club, for
i\ er i p lai t< i of a century, has
and operated by
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MEMORIALS
Academy Students
Fete Independence
Pupils of The Hebrew Academy
will dedicate a special assembly
today. 2:30 p.m.. to Israel Inde-
pendence Day and the commem-
oration oi i: e .-ix million martyr-
ed victims oi Nazi Germany.
Rabbi Abram Cafsel. spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre- '
on. will be the principal |
.speaker.
Presentation of a check to Fred
K. Shot-hot. chairman of the
Metropolitan Division of the >952
Combined Jewish Appeal and
publisher of the Jewish Florid- I
Ian, will take place at that time.
James Dublin, fifth grade pupil
of The Hebrew Academy, will
hand over $250. representing the ,
money collected by students of (
the Academv in the current drive ;
for the CJA
Participating in the program
will be Martin Jainchill. 4th i
grade pupil, who will give a dra- |
matic reading of a chapter from '
Blessed Is The Match, by Marie ',
Sirkin. relating the uprising of !
the Warsaw Ghetto. Irving Kel-
emer a.-d Sidney Shapiro, fifth
grade pupils, will render the tra-
ditional Yiskor services. The
Hebrew Academy Chorus under
the direction of Robert Strass-
burg will offer Hebrew songs.
The program will be conducted
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Academv.
The Cleveland Baseball Company
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The Stadium
Mr. W. R. Thomas
c/o Miami Senior High School
2400 S. W. First Street
Miami, Florida
I
Dear Mr. Thomas:
First, allow me to extend my best regards to Vq
student body, and the staH at Miami High U '
Miami papers, I follow the activities of the ento "
aree family with great enthusiasm.
I notice that you are running for County Superint
of Schools. I'd like to extend my best wishes far H
success. Like the Indians, I know you'll be a
Good Luck, and I hope your victory feels as qoodt
as my first homerun did to me yesterday.
Again, let me add my best regards to all my bjj
Miami High.
To you, many home runs, and a landslide victory'
Cordially yours,
Al "Flip" Rosen
3277-79 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5922
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Re-elect Jess
YARBOROUGH
County Commissioner
"'MBrogress with Jenn"
(Pd. Pol Adv.)
Re-Elect
KENNETH
OKA
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
District No. 5
PULL
LEVER
32 A
I Record at Service, Honesty
anil .\veompU*hntvnt~
v.
CONTINUE IN OFFICE A MAN WHO HAS
EXEMPLIFIED the HIGHEST STANDARD OF
JUDICIAL CONDUCT FOR THE
PAST 8 YEARS
(P I Pol A.K I


ly, MAY 2,1952
Group Gives
:k For Study
tardiac Disease
nl R Tcmpleton, president
Miami Chapter, American
ssociation, today present-
p'(Vk for $3,500 to Mount
fospital fr research dedi-
,' ulnionts ol the heart,
md such contribu-
te Heart Association to
bspitals in recent weeks,
fcepting the grant, Samuel
, i cutive director of
' ginai, announced that
Lye been made to intensify
.',., done here in an
to answer the needs of
1,000 persons afflicted with
ailments in the local area.
(lauricc- Lev, director of
;h ;.ntl Laboratories at
Sinai, in describing the
search for which the grant
w used, cited pathologic
in the veins and studies
conductive system in the
Itallv malformed heart.
hgsi ol research will be
Ihe direction of Dr. Lev
David A. Nathan, chair-
Mount Sinai's Department
nal Mi dicine.
project forms part of an
t/e long-term research
n enntempated on heart
I and ailments associated
|, Dr. Lev added. The
1 will be conducted both
perimental and clinical
h, i linical aspect to be un-
l din l t inn of Dr. Victor
whu heads the cardio-vas-
jction at Mount Sinai Hos-
>'in said that re-
IdoiK here was recently
btional recognition when
tries Kettering, noted sci-
Imadc a substantial eon-
In tn the local chapter of
lart Association for the
latii'ii of its research pro-
+JewtehfMriin
PAGE 7B
Flamingo t^odge
Receives Charter
The Flamingo Lodfee No. 1869
B nai B'rith of Hialeah and Mi-
ami Springs, has been officially
reorganized, it was announced by
Sidney M. AronovitZ, president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida.
A representation of its charter
will be made to the Lodge dur- 1
ing the B'nai B'rith State Con- '
vention scheduled for Palm '
Beach. Florida, the week-end of I
May 3rd.
The Lodge, comprised of both ]
charter and new members, will
be headed by Theodore Robinson. '
Serving 'with Robinson are Jack
Kirschbaum, vice president; Mor-
ris Miller, secretary; and Jack
Brand, treasurer.
Hialeah Venter
Installs OSSieers
Installation of officers for the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will be held
at Jackie Heller's Dinner Key
Terrace on Sunday, May 11th, 7
p.m.
Master of ceremonies and in-
stalling officer will be Ben Es-
sen, local attorney. Invocation
will be read by Reverend Leo
Heim.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Harold Lebow; 1st
vice president, Phil Gouz; 2nd
vice president, Michael Wein-
traub; treasurer, Mr. Raymond
Lord; recording secretary, Mrs.
Ray Woloshyn; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Lillian Newman; and
financial secretary, Mrs. Ruth
j Reecer.
Board of Directors are Nathan
I Becker, chairman, Mrs. Yetta
Gelvan, Mrs. Mary Ann Berney,
j Mrs. Grace Goldstein, Jules Gold-
man, Joseph Newman, Ben
I Bloom, Phillip Lyons, Harry
iRoseman, William Kneapler and
Irving Zitter.
Rosenhouse Charges
Solicitor's Office
With Failure
Charges that the County Solic-
itor's office has failed the trust j
that the people have put in them,
were made by M. H. Rosenhouse.
candidate for County Solicitor,
in a Series of rallies here.
"There has not been one case
out of 11,000 cases handled by
the County Solicitor's office last
year, that has been investigated
properly," said Mr. Rosenhouse.
"How can a case without suf-
ficient facts be properly present-
ed for prosccutior?" asked Mr.
Rosenhouse. "How can the peo-
ple's lawyer, viz., the County So-
licitor, expect a verdict in favor
of the people, if he is only half-
prepared, and the lawyers de-
fending those charged with crime
well prepared?
"In a particular district in this
area out of 120 cases in the Coun-
ty Solicitor's office, 100 of them
were thrown out for lack of evi-
dence. This is the most disgrace-
ful and shameful record any dis-
trict attorney, or prosecutor, in
any county ever presented to the
people," Rosenhouse affirmed.
If elected, he promises the peo-
ple of "Dade County, that each
matter will be given complete
and proper preparation. "The cry
; of thrown out on a technicality
must stop."
Gordon Warns
Voters To
Choose Carefully
Pointing out that in Florida the
circuit courts are the second high-
est courts in the state. Judge J.
Fritz Gordon declared yesterday
that voters should carefully select
for th:se positions candidate s who
can live up to the grave respon-
sibility of the post.
"Our circuit judges are the citi-
zen's main bulwark against indi-
viduals, and men elected to the
courts must measure up to the
task set before them," declared
Judge Gordon.
Gordon, who is seeking to re-
tain his seat on the circuit court
bench, described his record of
perfect attendance and said he
had not missed a single day from
his judicial duties since taking
office.
"There is absolutely no place
for absenteeism in our circuit
court." Gordon warned.
Bialolenki Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abe
Bialolenki. 1550 Ler.ox Avenue,
will take place Sunday, May 4th,
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cem-
etery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating. Mr. Bialolenki is sur-
vived by his wife, Dora; a son,
Andre Bialolenki; two sisters,
Mrs. Simon Praigrod and Mrs.
Manny Schmouse; also three
grandchildren. Mr. Bialolenki
was a member of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer',
Mian i Monument Company.
Frier.ds and relatives are asked
to be present.
*&>*
iUST BROS hyt
Is the DF.ST'
Religious Students Fete
Israel's Independence
Students of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious School
held a Birthday Party last Sun-
day, honoring the fourth Anni-
versary of Israel's Independence.
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Organize ORT Group
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the Women's American ORT has
been organized here, it was an-
nounced early this week by Mrs.
H. Howard. The Chapter will hold
a tea at the home of Mrs. Julian
Weinkle, 4300 Toledo, Coral Ga-
bles, on Monday evening, May
5th, 8:30 p.m.
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v.i Henderson.
I'S record during his ten months in office demon-
that he is entitled to e will greathj appreciate you supporting him in the May
mry. (PULL LEVER 17-A).
Sincerely,
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FOR
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3
I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote and
Support on Mav 6th
ELECT
THELMA R. HARDISON, widow of Luther T. Har-
dison, who was killed in the line of duty while
returning a criminal from California.
The Governor appointed her Constable up-
on the death of her husband.
She has lived in District 3 over 27 years. Is
also the mother of four children.
Thelma R. Hardison is qualified by Experi-
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We, the undersigned do hereby endorse
Thelma R. Hardison (Mrs. Luther T.) for Con-
stable, District 3. Having known her for many
years, we know her to be honest and capable
of holding this office; with fair and unbiased
dealing with each and every one.
Leo Geller
Molly Levy
Joseph Gelman
Solomon Feder
David Goldenberg
Petre Gelber
Lucille Anklam
Max Kanst
Max Bradow
Ferdinand Gcldenberg
Harry Hoberman
Ruth Ackerman
Emanuel Gluck
Louis Ashman
Simon Gold
Ernest Sherwood

Abe Snider
Sarah S. Gatt
Henry Scher
Alex Hershman
Lynn Snyder
Henry Saarin
Morris Gatt
George Margolis
Nathan Rosenberg
Gertrude Lieberman
Ruby Scher
Elmer Blakely
Herby Coleman
Meyer Steinberg
ToseDh H. Meyers
Estelle Schapiro
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-Jewlstincrkflan
FRIDAY,
MAY;
Doctors Register
For Mount Sinai
Seminar Here
Cortisone, the adrenal gland
hormone, will be the subject of
a lecture to be delivered by Dr.
R. C. Levine,dirertor of Research.
Michael Reee Ho -utal. Chicago,
at Mount Sinai Hospital's second
annual medical seminar being
held May 22nd. 23rd and 24th. at
the Delano Hotel. Miami Beach.
Dr. Levine is one of the fore-
rrost scientists in the field of re-
search on the, endocrine glands.
.Kiuht other natiorally prominent
physicians have als I accepted ln-
\ itationa t xtended by Mount Sinai
H spital's Seminar Committee to
speak or the general theme of
ent A Ivances In 11
And Treatment at the three-day
::-.a: an dto Lead panel dis-
i ns foil .vine each sest
Among the guest lecturers will
be Professoi William Dami -. ek,
I Tufts Mtdical College. Bosl
Pr fessor J H Means, : Harvard
University, who will speak on
roid diseasi n i Dr. D M
stal. of the University of
Chi< will pn Sent : .cent
: Ivances in surgery of th
al glands i I ntrol of con-
Di Paul N Unger, wh i heads
M unt Sir;:,. 5 Semir Comn it-
tee, i rts that tions '..-.'. e
..!: m phy-
sicist : ::\e Unit-
ed States A"'- :
.- -:.....2; tors '
l post-gradu ti u Dr. U"-
: Da-
I a rathai S .' rles Wi r-
I M I
Turner Vies For Stop Crime
Justice Of Peace VValden
David M. (Davel Turner is a
candidate for the office of Justice
I of the Peace and Judge of the
, Small Claims Court in District
No. 2.
The candidate was born In Val-
dosta. Georgia, 33 years ago. He
was educated in the public schools
, of Georgia and came to Miami in
: 1937. After arriving in Miami, he
obtained a night job with a local
oil company and attended the
University of Miami during the
day.
In 1941. Turner received his
Law Degree and entered the US
N ivy immediatelv therealter. 49
months in both the Atlantic and
Pacific Theaters of War. He is a
past director and present vice
presi ient of the Dade Countv Bar
\ iation and is associated with
US Commissioner Roger E. Davis.
:n the general practice of law.
Turner advocates establishment
.if a Night Court so that the work-
ing man will not have to lose
time from h;s job to have a claim
He also is in fav >r
n i ntral 1 ..'- n for 'he
Small Claims Court
Says
Sossin To Speak
The Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
will meet on Tuesday, May
12:15 p.m., .-.t the Nal
:: : Gu< st speaker will bj
Michael Sossin.
ftabbl Joseph E. Rackorslrr
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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Earl D. Wuldir, Jr., candidate
for County Solicitor, says that i
too little attention is being given
to the ability of the County So- :
licitor to stop crime.
This public prosecutor is a !
nre-man grand jury in that he '
jhas the power to subpoena wit- ,
nesses to have them testify un- ;
der oath and file an irformation
against the accused without any
action by anv other law enforc- j
ine body." the cand'late indicat-
ed here.
'it has been said that the Coun-
tv Solicitor's office does not have I
sufficient investigators to make
an independent examination into ,
crime.- committed in Dade Coun- '
\ This deficiency could be ov-
. apoointing assistant .
who an- mv stig itoi as w il as
lawyi rs, su< a.- ar used by the
FBI"." he added.
Waldin said that in many cas-
es the lity" on which
iccused is acquitted is caused
by lack of preparation in the case.'
Hi als, pointed out 1 I the late
S" retary of War. Judge Robert
P. Patterson, said. '"Whenever a
prosecutor says, 'I'm Just a law-
yer, not a cop'bring me the evi-
dence ard I'll prosecute. He's
i itl : lazy or corrupt."
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ior the man who has been
active doing the job in this
office for the past 3 years
ELECT-
WILLIAM L. "Bill"
McCRORY
Cc^bat In'antry Veteran
World Wf t
Constable
5th DISTRICT
DADE COUNTY
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STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP ONE
Ceo rge S Okell
Okell'K Reeord
Voted Outstanding First-Term Member 1945 le^]s'a^.
Me-nb-r of Dede House De.:g.'tion Voted Most Outstu"!
and Effective la 1949 Legislature.
Sponsored Dade County Po:t Aulhorit" Law. ^
Sponsored Miami-Dads County Single Voter Rn*1^!
Continued State Participation in Federal Flood Coett* j
grsrr.
Supported School Foundation Program.
Supported Statewide CaUle Fencirg Law. r-it|]
Sponsored Inter-American Cultural and Trad* Cen*
trorily.
Sponsored Child Molester Lew.
OkeU's Program
Opposed to Legalised Gambling. -^
Opposed to Any Further Broadening of lbs Tax
For State Tax Commission.
For Revision of State Constitution. CrJ**|
For Adequate Aid to Aged. Blird antl &'*'**'&
Continued Support of the School Foundation Pros'
Okay Oh4II tor Another 1'**
(Pd r***4'


HDAY, MAY 2. 1952
+Jewlstth>rktian
PAGE y 15
m
lincer Points
fo Record
A record of approximately 90%
dmvictions of persons who have
pm,. to trial under grand jury in-
llt.ti] ents of first degree murder
JLx January 1, 1949. was pointed
yesterday by Gler.n C. Mincer
s topp rif! ,at "^ anv ot^-er Flor-
a state attorney.
Mincer reve'ai.u that 44 of the
' i sons indicted for first de-
] urder who have come to
I ive teen convicted during
If" '4,i month period.
I As indicative of the regard in
l-hicj: he and his office have been
leld v recent grand juries, Min-
quoted the final report of the
all t i ;n grand jury, 1950, which
id, Honorable Glenn C. Min-
r js entitled to the trust
U confidence of the people of
is mmunity who believe in
u taw en.orcempnt, in efli-
erc in oublic office and hon-
ity if public and private af-
irf.'
"N<> indictment prepared by me
my staff ever has been thrown
t by any technicality in any
urt.'- declared Mincer, who' is
jrrently campaigning for re-
fection as State Attorney for the
ird successive term.
Mi cer has served as state at-
jrnev for the past seven years
[id revealed '-hat he has made no
e in office personnel dur-
t time, although volume of
handled by him has in-
I, His supporters indicate
incer has been responsible
1 d aftii g of the act creating the
! bureau of Investigation,
d< County's model scientific
y.
oza, on Thursday, May 8th, 12
noon, at the Trocadero Restaur-
ant, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Mescheloff will present
Spinoza's works and what they
mean in the atomic era. Mrs.
Nelly King is chairman of the
luncheon. Mrs. Barnet Becker-
man, education chairman and or- ordinator of education of the
ganizer of (he units, will be hon-
ored at that time. Mrs. Isabelle
Altholz. vice nresident and co-
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah, win aiso participate in
the discussion.
ncr
lie..'
hat
fzold Group Hears
labbi Mescheloff
. the monthly study and
|i-> ion units of the Herrietta
z Gri iup of Hadassah will join
. sing session of the season,
tev will meet at a luncheon to
1 : Moses Mescheloff dis-
th life and works of Spin-
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+ kvtst Hf+id&ri
Wilson Points To
Annual Audit
Dr. James T. Wilson. Dade
School Superintendent campa
jng for rej lied to
questions "f prospective sup]
i early this we< k
It is v i asy to spes k
!: an I embi rrass an;.
r. rnning a S21.0I 0,000-a-yi ai an-
nual busim .--." .; -
>Ia.t ns 1 t w !".'
th<- fines: school sysU ms A
i ... Ou
i
men.:- I : r th< way tl
led.
1 I ave r.o apolii
. 15 years
pe v c >ntii
: ting can paig i
Col '.-
51 ..: y. Dr. V. -aid.
^ validation of
ids differ 1 ml I
pali-
er.cies rhe
|vmh all kgal requin n nts, had
;\a':dated trie n nt bond
un-
evisting legislat
FRIDAY. MAY 2,
Exhibit Works
Of Vender Here
i. ]-. rtisl M i.'
r at
Beth S torighl
sta] ts cities ri
. n
s
Sal i. Thi Rivi r J
l Housi
: nat Gar
KdwardK Tails
Weiss Campaign
Cnique Here
According to Louis S. Edwar Is,
Coral Gabli Cami ign Manag-
er, Milton W<
a un:qu<- can
C unty School
:d.
\v< i a member
- Board 1 th past
\2 V( '
Da County
d r r
his nts '
Mr. Edwards -' I
I
"W< iss is the first
that I e ever known, or
championed, who
': for any
campaign contributions ..nd who
is financing his entire campaign
I out ot his own pocket. I have
known Milton Weiss ever since
! the days we wont I '"1 to-
r at th< sity of Mi-
ll ; tion has al
pei n
'
tion to no one.
His conduct during this campaign
line with tl wav he has
lucted himself during his
publi tfice and
SSIUl at-
- in al worker."
Judaea Council
Sponnor* Danee
T e Greater Miami Senior
C .uncil of Senior Judaea is spon-
ual Tsofim Dance at
the Floridian Hotel Saturday,
. 3rd. 8 15 pjn.. announced
lent of the
nciL
Ian i iU c
I .... the bo]
- uu [srael D
by Stan
nd, and entertain-
: Senior Ju-
In ehi rgi oi arrangements for
iman,
Morgen
I Paul Weiss; entertainnn
Hlj k, Fi tncea Blumen-
i. Phyllis Doshay and June
house, Sandra Frogel De-
Ruth Jones and
Cvnthia Zeller; tickets. Barbara
ch and Aiita Hoffi
Children Plan College Daxe Show In June
Children of the Flagler-Granada | utlder the di|.t.ct _
J.with Community Center are Drajzer Lnd^N
planning a show for Sunday, lncluae only iu.
June Bth. College Daze will be Ivende members of tho CenterJ
4p.ilh"s >l'ii To
Install Officers
Th.- Coral Ga l< J< ish C< n-
ti i Men's Club will hold its In
Insl itioi Breakfi I
lay 4th. at 9:30
Bcr.< I will I i nr.dered by
R M rris A Skop. spiritual
: Ci : i Judge Wil-
ing ::
: a! Milt Russinol
...
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th St.
Phone 9-24*7
***
* #
PULL LEVER 31-B
.. for .
PETER R.
PALERMO
JUSTICE OF PEACE
DISTRICT 3
Prscincts 67 Through 86
c, ed Legal Judicial
.: ;
BETTY'S
"KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS
AND WHOLESOME FOOD"
Completely Air Conditioned
Free Parking
Lobo Lounge
Continuous Entertainment
Phone 9-9426
1440 Biscayne Blvd.
LEVI
PLUMBING COMPANY
Established 1924"
2141 S.W. 3rd St. Call 9-1416
ASK
YOUR
LAWYER .
?hen
JUDGE
for
Re-Elect
Milton Weiss
to
DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
Yourself! WWBSB juuwnw ii
ELECT MALVIN
ENGLANDER
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
LEVER 31-A
(Pel p \.u .
SHELL'S SII'KR MAKKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
EVERY VOTER
in Dado Couiii v
IS ELIGIBLE To Vote for
MILTON WEISS
Candidate from
District 5
THIS A TRUE STORY:
When Dan McCarty was a member of the legislature, he
sponsored a law thai would have robbed the citizens of Dade
County of their full right of franchise. YES! Dan McCarty
actually was or.e of the sponsors of the "County Unit Bill"
that would have reduced the voice of the Did* County voting
public in the state elections from the roar that resound from
260.000 ballots to a barely audible whisper that would come
from 6 units.
NOW READ THIS!
ALTO ADAMS is violently opposed to tr.j County Unit
System in voting because it is basically unfair.
ALTC ADAMS stands for good government of the people,
by the people and for the people in the ircdilionally American
Way.
ELECT ALTO ADAMS GOVERNOR
Pull Eerer 7-A on May H
l!M Pol, A'lv >
RE-ELECT
John S. "Johnny
ii i
B ABER
Your CONSTABLE, District 5
Miami Beach, Surfside, Sunnv Isles, Golden j
Beach, Bal Harbour. North Bay Village,
Bav Harbor Islands
Over a <|narter-< Vnlnrv of Law
I iiionriiM-m Experience*
Assisted mere than ."500 JewUm
Persona in German IMsplard
Persona 4 amps as Anierira"
Military (.overnment Offir.
Served as Constable antil NH2-
when Volunteered Ar,l,v
Service.
Itesident of Area for St Vnf
PULL LEVER 35-A
"There in \o Suhntiiu^
for Experience**



FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1952
Bunn Gautier Makes
Issue Of Homestead
Exemptions
State Senator R. B. (Bunn)
Gautier continued to hammer
home the fact that he is "pro-
tecting homestead exemption".
"Dade county is growing faster
than any other place in the coun-
try." he said. "We must prepare
to be a community of one million
people in 10 years. But we can-
nut prepare by forcing perman-
ent residents to shoulder the tax
load for non-residents and tour-
ists."
A candidate for re-election to
the state office in which he won
signal honors, Senator Gautier
added:
"We have made more progress
in getting state money for Dade
county in the past six years than
South Florida made in the 107
years of Florida's statehood." The
almost $16,000,000 in state funds
which I procured during the year
ending 1951, for Dade County,
set a record. We must keep up
this work, or our facilities will
fall behind our population
growth."
+Je*i*,lifk)ridinri
PAGE 11 I
During The Week ... a
* I See It
By LEO MINDLIN
THE LIGHT FANTASTIC:
Jerry iianz
I loses Campaign
Jerry Ganz has been winding
up his campaign for election to
ffice of Supervisor of Regis-
i: tion, Dade County.
A resident here for 28 years,
Ganz is a World War I veteran.
He has been active in veterans
oi ganizations. Having held the
I ol Adjutant and Service Of-
ficer, Harvey W. Seeds Post No.
29, he is also a member of the
N. T. Rude Post. VFW, the Dis-'
al led American Veterans and the
Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Senator Pepper revived for me ail lne elements leading up to
his recent suicide. A southerner by birth and tradition, he attack-
ed his native section's bigotry with the typical verve of an office-
seeking orator while skirting the most esser.tial issues inherent
' u soMth's hUtoric prejudice. Ever mindful that a complete
attack against them would invite the opprobrium ol unmentionable
political powers, he placed himself in the position of an advanced
social philosopher and sop-bearer, all at or.ee.
"I regret," the venerable ex-senator cried, "that to the Ameri-
can world our southland is the seat of bigotry. This is not Jeffer-
sonian democracy." Thereupon, he invaded the nations history
prior to the Civil War and traced its chronological experience as
an aspect of idealistic freedom versus slavery. Never, except to
scold those northern ttadesmen who opposed abolition on the basis
of poor businessman's tactics, did he make reference to the more
central, commercial motive of the war between the states.
Thus, his effort in the area of idealism slooc restrained by
his awareness of future political attempts with all its attendant
ambiguities. It was pathetic, at least tor me. to watch so great
a politician trapped once more in the morass of pacificism. I
recall rather vividly Pepper's campaign against George Smalhers.
On the eve of the election, I sal with long gone friends listening to
recorded Wagnerian excerpts as solace for the pathetic returns.
Our hearts were heavy as we suggested reasons for his defeat.
Predominant among them was the belief that Pepper had em-
braced those New Deal principles so tasteless to southern Democrats.
But it was also suggested that his erdorsement of such principles
had been set into the framework of Dixie palatability as a means
of attracting votes inevitably lost. Thus, he neither "affirmed nor
denied his stated beliefs but wavered unrecognized in the winds
of the most infernal damned. Pepper's speech last Sunday night
emphasized this unfortunate vacillation and, incidentally, shed light
on the current scramble for nomination to the presidential Demo-
cratic candidacy.
It was essential for Pepper to identify his remarks with particu-
larly Jewish themes; the nature of the occasion demanded this. He
"therefore made general reference to the chaotic atmosphere which
came on the heels of World War II. Certainly, he indicated, no way
out of present day difficulties seems apparent. But he affirmed
his belief in the future.
Referring to those current forces whose end is to revive the
old hells 'by extension, he included among them bigots and rac-
ists). Pepper called attention to the Nazi era of 1938. when it was
clear to all free nations that the end was near. "I was in Ger-
many," he said, "wihen Hitler spoke in the Zeppelin Fields to
100,000 raving men. But seven years later, their arrogance was
gone."
At the Nurenburg trials, Hermann Goering was a man "who
bowed in servile obeisance to me an ordinary senator and citizen
ol the United States." That great danger passed, Pepper said, and
underscored his belief that others must pass similarly. B'nai B rith's
Anti-Defamation League became for him one of the instrumental-
ities through which those forces plotting further world disaster
would be brought under.
Pepper had *rords of sympathy in this regard for the many
souls destroyed in the Nazi orgy of criminality. Expressing won-
der lhaj world leaders had waited so long to reward those who
bore the "onerous burden of devilish design", he reported grati-
fication over the fact that reparations payments to Jews were
now in the arran&'emsnl process. Never, however, did he expose
the international, diplomatic facets of the haltsd Hague talks. He
deemed it ill-advised to explain Britain's impassive attitude as
an asoeel of her own commercial clsim a: d America's overt if
unspoken support of Bonn's politically ambitious stratagems as a
means of augmenting the chess game between East and West.
Pepper's tacit acceptance of Nazi defeat appeared to me most
astounding. He counted it without question as one oi those squelch-
ed fori as his applause for the German effort to repay Jews. What he rec-
ognized an i b the principal foreign dangers was Russia's betrayal ol
history and the abnegation of its own revolution. Skirting contro-
versial i.-sm s once again, he threatened Communist aggression with
the Nazi end and with "justice from above".
Thus, he came to a final resolution of what must be America's
role in the fight for a democratic continuum. Its campaign, he
argued, must begin with" combat against evils at home, w'^ile the
distinction between theoretical constitutional belief and practical
application could have no choice but to disappear. Identifying
himself with Justice William O. Douglas, he insisted that America
must export its iceals, not only its arms. "We can not win the
battle abroad." he warned, "if we do not win it at home."
The corollary to Pepper's waiving. I suppose, is that we can
, se]j y when we have none to sell. But his remarks,
Unlike Justice Douglas' stated here recently without the onus of
Dolitical m ition, even in this context were made vague as a means -
;,l compromise extended the most recalcitrant and ignorant
ment ol American sectional thinking. Ii was not th materializa-
tion of events prior to P< pper's suicide, alone. It was al io a prophecy
of i i to come should the venerable ex-senator seek to regain
hi Tightrope-walking in itself is no method of |
combatting our hi ne grown evils. El s t n nst 1 gotry is
made ii must be wholehearted. The tragedy .-terns from the fact |
if its sons seeking a new lather.
a o
PREVIEW REVIEW: The firsl Engl ade in
Israel Faithful City, opened last Wednesday evening at th< Colonj
n i Hollywood festivity. I sat in on a preview
nerforman Faithful City the week before.
pc TI M ;. |eth production must be accepted at face value nc
. ,, ,.v state's cinematic art. Tins would be s
were ii > ad< purelj i: rhal ,: scr|Pt ls nc
in ii, rev. in licates its international aim.
Cannon Concludes seloct their judges-"
_ B i Cannon was elected to the US
CamOaitin Her A I Congress in 193S, and re-electei
wMiiipwcjn ntn. in ,940 1942 and 1944 f0l.
Pat Cannon, former US Con- total of four terms,
gressman and candidate for Cir- He studied law at the Univer
cult Judge in Grouo four, is wind- *$& o1 Miami and graduated ii
ing up hi. campaign this weekend ffi jJSeffS SZ &
with a series of rallies and spec- He was the first U of M gradual
ial events. I to go to Washington as a membe
"I want to thank all the peo- '"' Congress and is the first loca
pie who have giver, me so much | Kplu 1Un for a Cireui
help in this campaign," the Cir- .. ,. _. ,. ,
CUit Judge candidate- said, call- U &SHLf8trAStt
To attack Faithful City as an example of Jewish propaganda
s most New York newspapers have done) is absurd. For ore
u th, term, propaganda, actually denotes nothing malicious.
Anv effort io publicize is progagandistic. For another, the film
neitrA' more npr less than any other strives to create a "edible
exBicrce Its theme highlights the adventures of displaced chilo-
experierce. where ,h,ir fears, 5i,muiaied by
^eMs of a row war. revive the distrustful, pillaging character
ing on his friends for "one last
effort to assure the victory."
Cannon also pointed out that
lot) rests of the people. I hav
just one plank ir. my platforn
anj that is fairness. I shall no
the contest for the judgeship is' be influenced by soecial inter
a peoples race. "The people ests, prejudice or political favor.
Elect John C. (Johnny) Johnson
CONSTABLE DISTRICT NO. 2
HIS PLATFORM:
ITour ConKtable will be on call 21 I
.miIi day, This will overcome the con-
dition that now exists in your Con-
stable's office.
Will provide a radio equipped i-ar for
the convenience nnd protection of the
people ii! hi- District. There is no such
equipment now.
Will 1.....ti constant paard against sex
offenders endangei Ing oui child en and
will Htrike al Indecent elubx .mil places
if entertainmenl attracting the crim-
inal element. Existing conditions make
it unsafe at times for mothers and
children to walk on the streets in
certain areas of the Second District.
Kfiiiiint. honest, sober
ser\ Ice w ill be > ours by
.mi] courte
Electing John C. (Johnny) Johnson Constable District No. 2
PULL LEVER 34-A
'All the way with Johnny J"
THANK yoU (IM. Pol. Adv.)
TO THE VOTERS
of
DADE COUNTY
Do You Prefer
Performances
or Promises?
My Keeord oi #,# Years oi Serriee.
as Superintendent oi Ihtde County
Sehoois. Speaks ior itseii.
Annual Audits by the State have
never turned up anything wrong
in our books.
My opposition is a rookie, in this
business oi superintending^, with
no experienee what sorer.
You assuredly prefer perform-
ances over promise*, experience
over inexperience if you owned a
business. Well, you taxpayers do
own your publie sehool system.
So. then, why not make the riyht
pick again, which you have done
on four previous oeeasions and
name
Or. JAMES T. WILSON
Your Dade School Superintendent
Pull Lever 2-B
il'.i. Pol. Id v.)


PAGE 12 B
*Jewist> fk>rid/ar
JRIDAY. MAY 2,
National Council
To Hear Rabbi
Narot At Installation
Newly elected president of the
i ater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women. Mrs.
Ion Pritikin. will su
Mis. Juliet Oshlag at an anru.,!
retaliation luncheon on May 'tn,
1230 p.m.. at tho Saxony Hotel
Mrs. Si.ii!. y Wt intraub will act
. installing officer.
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, pro-
f-am chairman, has announced
. me ,,: the meeting
sill be A Woman's View Of 52.
Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple
Israel, will be principal speaker.
i Herbert E. Sc-i.er is sen. ral
iirman of the meeting.
Other officers for -he 1952-o3 ,
son include the Mi sdames
Jean C. Lehman. Harry Schiff
.:-.(! Aaron Kanner, vice presi-
-: I., .poll! Schwartz, rccord-
secretary: Robert Schwartz.
se< n tary; H. B.
schel, financial secretary: Ruth
Guthmanr, treasurer; and Max
Dreyer. auditor.
Directors are the Mesdames
Leonard Beldner, Alexander Li-
bok, Reuben Rochkind. Aaron
:-"arr. Jack Ltvkoff. Harry B.-rn-
i d, Ada Josephs, Leo Acker-
i i s Iney W< intraub, M< rtim-
er Wii i H. rb rt E. Scher. Carl
Weinkle, Natl ai iel Levin
Alexander Robb:r.s.
Folk Chorum
Closes Season
Ti Gi Mi "
I its Bl si as n last
.;;>. rt in
of Y. L. P
Schael at the M
3. BCh High School.
Bit. Yomen performed Tzvei
lei torio based
em and set to mu<
.': I.):'' tei M
;, -.v> F Ik Cl us, Nancy Fair-
I, dramatic sopran i, scholar-
ship aw; winnei of the Mian
i Guild and sponsored by
th< Miami Beach Exchange Club.
... : '. iSt With J '
ber ol the Chorus.
pinging baritone solo. Margaret
Yon en ted accompanist.
Marsh Promises
llattle Against
Organizetl Crime
John D. Marsh, candidate for
County Solicit.-:, ir a ram-
, Ik hen pron ised to "join
with other law enforcement oi-
ficers in an all-out battle against
:?;ed crime." if elect, d.
Mars>. stated, "the Dade Coun-
tv area is looked upon by Racket-
eers and eamblcrs everywhere
as a lucrative field for the ex-
tension of their activities." and
warned that "only constant vigil-
: nee on the part of all law en-
f .rcerr.ent officers will prevent
thi i from extending their oper-
to Dade County ir. ever in-
creasing rumbers."
The candidate promised to de-
velop a hard-hitting office staff
to aid in the tight :nd again
stressed the importance of con-
solidating both the State's attor-
neys office ard the County Solici-
tor's office to "prevent buck-
pi -,ne on the part of the,Solici-
tor's office."
The candidate stated that "dur-
ing the past few years. lack of
. -ution of big-time racket-
and gamblers by the Solici-
tor's oifice has been excused on
technicalities in indictments re-
turned bv grand juries over
they had no control. Con-
solidation of the two offices
i eliminate any prompt
.' m directly on the com-
[fici ______________
CPA's Fleet
Of livers Here
The Dade County Society of
Certified Public Accountants
elected officers and directors for
tre new fiscal year at a dinner
'meeting last Monday in the Mi-
amian Restaurant.
Officers are: president, L. C.
Conlon: vice president, A. B.
Wiener; secretary. Vernon Kane;
and treasurer. Morris A. Wein-
1 berg. Directors are James L. Bol-
i ger. Allen Iomlinson, Arthur
' Hen-.mings i.nd Ralph H. Bearden.
Aeademm Fathers
The Fathers' Club of The He- ,
brew Academy held a general
membership meeting last night at
The Cromwell Hotel.
Agenda for the meeting includ-
ed plan: fur participation by tne
athers' Club in the Arnusl Chil-
! dren's Lag B'Omer Picnic and dis-
cussion of The Hebrew Academy
Membership, by David Shapiro,
chairman, and of the part the
Club can assume in this under-
taking.
Reports were also rendered by
corrmitttcmen on the Academy^
Buildi'g imd Expansion Program.
Meet llvrv
The Rroup Anally cnslierei,
mer recreation p|ans *
outings and pi
I my
PEERING
Compare
a/0
SlNCl W
FOR *
COUNTY
COMMISSION
iPtld Politic*! Ad >
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Grade A. Soil
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Phone 4-0335
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AL MEIDENBERG. Owner
PULL
LEVER
31 A
VOTE
FOR
JACK
0 C K
Candida!; lor
Justice of the Peace. Dist. 2
Attorney. Administrator,
Teacher at Flag'.er-Granada
Jewish Community Center
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
ELECT
W. R.
THOMAS
Superintendent of Public
Instruction
PULL LEVER 22-A
Restore Confidence with Thomas
With his record of unchallenged integrity, abil-
ity and efficiency, W. R. Thomas will dispel un-
rest and restore confidence in the administra-
tion of the Dade County School System.
Greatest Asset of AIL Your Children
Re-establish CONFIDENCE IN THE ADMINIS-
TRATION of OUR SCHOOLS
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
i I'd P..I Adv )
Itlttfl'tw
Siect
john GAUTIER
DADE COUNTY
TAX ASSESSOR
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Filed
by Mail. I
PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMP-
TION Extended to SI.(MM).
Lower REAL ESTATE and INVEN-
TORY TAXES.
COURTESY and FAIR TREAT-
MENT.
MKAYM MVD.PH.2-31*!
Vote Gautier IN Vote High Taxes OUT
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
* KEEP*
Harold
TURK
Tour County
Commissioner
5th DISTRICT
Compare the record of afl
candidates for the fifth dis-
trict and you'll find that 4
HIRE
is a tned, honest and dewW
public administrator quaW
to represent all of Dade C4
VOTE TOR
TUBE
on May 6th. Everyone ia
County can note fob**
IP* '-' aj


[ .YAcafn
I ppjDAY. MAY 2, 1952
+Jewish fhridHan
PAGE 13 B
Florida's Political Activities
Morris Stresses
|i;i|orlanre Of
njtigant In Court
Circuit Judge Joe N. Morris
said ip a campaign sooech here
Ka| ., court case involving a few
( is just as important as
\ iih millions of dollars at
fctake.
\ good judge must not be im-
esSc I with his own impor-
I Judge Morris said. "He
, rather be impressed with
IliJ. importance that the matter
fccf'i!" him has to the litigant,
Chcthi'i it be a case concerning
Tpi- > few dollars or involving a
Jnilli n. a crime calling for slight
Innishment or the taking of a
P.
citizen involved has a
Ljght to be confident that the
will be earnest, painstak-
- n ere, honest and impartial,
individual's right will be
L si v \\ and protected."
Mrs. Ilarclison
lirrks Re-election
M Luther Hardison is a can-
I [or re-election to the office
|f nstable in District No. 3.
M Hardison was -appointed
by Governor Fuller Warren to
Ij'll ihe unexpired term of her
ind who was killed last
februarv while returning a pris-
hi: nn California.
A mother of three children,
Irs, Hardison promised to give
service in the future as
and her late husband have
. i in the past. The cardi-
a member of the Arreri-
Auxiliary, the Peace
a Constables' Associa-
VVoodmen of the World
I the Chamber of Com-
nded deputies. Joe Wil-
T. Bass, will remain
Hardison it she is
Friedman Points
To Complexity Of
Justice Duties
In emphasizing his experience
for the office of Justice of the
Peace in District 3, Milton A.
Friedman early this week stated
that "on the record, I am the only
candidate quallficd^to serve by
virtue of my 17 years in law
practice, my knowledge of the
community through 26 years resi-
dence here and my understanding
of human nature through active
civic leadership."
Friedman also highlighted the
need for experience in terms of
the diverse [unctions of the of-
fice for which he is running. "In
District 3, alone this month, three
sensational cases hit the front
pages. One was the matter in-
volving an abortion," he said.
"The second was a shooting, and
the third concerned the abondon-
ment of a baby."
Only a qualified attorney could
intelligently handle such diversi-
fied cases, Friedman indicated.
Schneider Urges
Plans For School
Sites Now
Need for planning now for fu-
ture school sites in Dade County
while property is available at
reasonable prices heads the plat-
form of Dr. S. G. Schneider, can-
didate for school board.
Although Dr. Schneider is run-
ning from District 5, his office
will be voted upon by the entire
county.
Schneider advocates use of
most advanced architectural de-
signs in school constructions,
careful selection of all school per-
sonnel without political influ-
ence, equitable distribution of I
classroom facilities for all sec-
tions of Dade County and appli- ;
cation of the co-ordinated class- |
room plan in Dade County's
schoolrooms.
"Through efficient budgeting
and through foresight, we can
not only improve our educational
system but provide for future
growth and expansion," Dr.
Schneider said.

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FRIDAY, MAY 2,
labbi Beeker To
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Aryah Becki r,
Sj 13;>
,\Y 3rd Avenue. Miami, will
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ke A i- over statio WFEC, Sun
by, May 4th. at 11 a.m. His sub-
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Judge Oka Says
He Is Confident
On the M y ':'- elec-
I Kenneth Oka. J
of the P Dado
County, .-
I am confident of victory in
r.exl Tuesday's election. I know
t '"d people of my dis-
trict ill return me to the i
; : past eicht
n verwhelming
My record on the bench and
nmunity affairs is known
throughout the length and
of Dade County."
Judge Oka is a graduate of
\ id Law School and was first
elected Justice of the Peace for
i District in 1941. He was
re-elected to the same office in
1948. Hi it a past Exalted Ruler
ol the Miami Beach Elks and a
past president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chair.ber of Commerce.
Judge Oka is current chairman of
' >ard of thi '' Beach Is-
rael Zionist District, chairman of
the Jewish Music Council of
Creator Miami, and chairman of
he Board of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. He is also co-chairman of the
B Divisi m of the
. Guild Gi Miami.
Actii circles, Judee
n v. the newly
-. Symphon-
;-; nd resides
wife. (.*--.rude, and
their I Barbara
tune. Michele 1 Stephanie.
I Fairgi "'
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
TO MAKE
FINAL
Hi it I
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
No 2632".
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NOTICE OF INTENTION
APPLICATION FOR
DISCHARGE
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. nex
EMILY wki.IKY. Phial M
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO PRBD P WKI.IKY
Hui Aveau<
. the BIB
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149040
ALICE -MAY SL'PPA, Plaintiff.
MICHAEL RALPH BUPPA,
I -- '.-Tll.l Fit.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL RALPH SUPPA
.
|>on Cheater, Now fork
VOI ARK HEREBY ORDERED
.,,, i required lo nerve I i ;> "' your
t.. the i H of omplaint for
rilvi .. copy of whlvh is enclosed
. alntlff ittorney, and
. n :h. office of thi-
i 'ir.-wtt <">iirl of I '.!!
i : .. da, on or before th.- I2tn
da> of May, ''-. othararlaa the al-
i MO < oonipbilnt will
nl......ad i>> >roo
i \ rEO Ai>rii ii. is
B I! LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Clrenit Court
By 15. B. BARDIE,
\ ''lerk
KAMI'S!. .1 RAND
Ml foi I'Ulntiff
;.-: i i mpl i Huiidiiuj
Miami 3:. Florida
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IN THE CIRCUIT COl rt Z ""
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL c Rr, THt
AND FOR DAl" rivCyiV'
floriSa. ?n VhaCncueVvV-
No. 148 .
PINGRY, .
RCU1T in
"JNTY H
ERY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
%Y&122rB&4m j ; *** T aTBONol'lHalntltt
"'HARVEY J STHON>: IVf.-ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Road. Muml DM*. PWrld*. and fTteH
n The nfflcp .( the Clerk of
I f" jsaj
there-tea. Mid Wfl be
"u-
th da] f A| A.D
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Friendship Club Hears
Rabbi Mescheloff
M Ann I n n Pi
Gold-
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Rabbi
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FOR
PAT CANNON
U.S. Concressmcn
1938-1917
21 Yea:? A Dade
County Attorney
U. ol M. Lav; Sell
Graduate, 1931
Compare the
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN T^E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
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TO: HARVEY J STRO.V:
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Redbjj lUnnoaota
TOl" an lifted that a Bill
Uiini for Dlvon baa been
.re renuir-
r.ipy ..f yoor Ani
line to the Pill of Complaint
iff itl rney, sil IJJEY
Ri>BBINS. : Consreaa BuiMinx. ktl-
\ ihe ortgtftal
eadins In the office >.f
. i ;-. all I "ourt I
tn day of May, ItSl if
ludgmont by default
-.i.n-t yoa for th.- ro-
ei m led in the I'.iil of
i iXE VXD i iRDERED at
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E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerfe Ctn ill 'oort,
l',,le County. Wortqa.

By M C. FEIGE
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Mi.mi. Florida

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149353
KATIIBYN BTRICKLIN, Ilaintlff.
RICH \l:l' STRICKLIX, I '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RICHARD BTRICKUX,

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NOTICE BY PUBLICAtSS?1
TO: CHARLES ATI0N
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Sv i ,. ,,-. \.
Y"r ABE H \,,~il-.-.
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are h.r.l..
of your answer I
plaint ,.n the plalntifl
nie tho ...... >.MJ
. f the Clei
or before Mas
tv.mpl.unt :: :
herein will be taken
DATED al Mian
day of April. .
'':, [ ; HERMA.V
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Dade Couni
By ;. R h .
I '.-; It}
THOMAS W. Al
Attorney for I" .: tif!
611 Blacayne Build i
Miami, i-lorida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 0DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 14880C
I'.MI.INK ICTTMANN Plaintiff
KAI1I, lilTTJIANN r.'lan:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KARL QBTTMANN
310 Kast Mod .-'
N. .v Y k : N. .v York
Y'ou are berel
i f Complaint t hai beei
filed asainat you,
quired to tervi
or Pleadli ; to tin
on the plalntifl
M. JONES. 110s <
Buildir.K. Mian
the original Answer ^ in the
of the
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May. 1951 If you f
lor .alia
R:il Of Col
DOSE MlAirl,
. la, this Srd :.: I April, AD.
K. B. I. :.V.\N.
Florldl
(Circuit
By '

ILM.I'H M JONES
Attorney for !'
I
Miami St, Elorl
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GORDON ROOHNG AND
SHEET MET.'-J. WORKS
Hive you. /->: rtsaireS now; yeu
I > ia a neo rod later
'Sit tfaeteey Work by
Encer.irceo- Men"
414 S. W. 2ard Avenue
phone 4-seaa
Broadloom Carpets
- a Jewel-Like Betl -g
MIAMI RUG CO.
'X '.- Ave
0-- 27tk L Met Si--e
Owner** r "i~ipnnent
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DADE CC -.-- ^LOR'DA
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE

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NOTICE UNDER F.CTITI0L5
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS UK!'.::. V SIVES
the underakene.! -.rueli
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MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
PMONC S-2978 >
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
i OH i'ORATi O.V Of T*ITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORHMAN at
2 1 :i i
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 140V
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FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jenislifleridrgc>l
m
PAGE 15 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v i: i.~ HEREBY GIVEN that
gned. desiring to engi
inder t ti#- flctltloua Mine of
ailt-\i. GABLES STATTONER8, al
\ liar Avenue, Coral flat'!..-.
. -. ,\. : register s.ii.i name
j Clei k of the Circuit Coui t
i unity. Florida.
BOL SCHREIBER
, ].;,, sHEINER
Applicant
llu -ling
u i' m Ida
--'____________________________________________________________________________________
iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 148MC
\ \.\ DERS, Plaintiff
HENRY SANDERS,
I'. fi ndant
UN HENRY BANDERS
0 Mi -. Annie Bandi i a
> 19
l no Vista, ieoi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
BUI '>f Complaint for Divorce
n riled against you In the
. ntitled cause a n I you are
required t" set \ e ;> copy of
Vnswer to th<> Hill of Complaint
Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
i inal In thi flee of the Clerk
i in-Lit Court "ii ..: before the
of May, 1132. if you fall in
idgmenl bj default will be
igainst you for the relief de-
1 In the BUI "f Complaint.
this 9th daj of April, 1952.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Clrcuil Court
By: O. B, HARD1E
Deputy < "lei I;
i>T, SILVER A MULLOY
- for Plaintiff
h i'ii Building
: Florida
5 2-!>
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.-.- Ing to eng
- : i'l-' SUSAN, al I'll Purdy
i. thi I' ty of Miami 11
ten Is to e said
the i' :, Df the i'
Dad. Co intj Florida'.
- BEATRICE H MELTZER
. W. SHAPIRO
Ippl allt
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I lorida

I'. 1 E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|| \TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
FOR DADE COUNTY.
ORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 149071
PANTAGES, I 1 flntlff,
PANTAOES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,DREU PANTAOES
i'W Haven, Mi mrl
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
BUI of Complaint for Divorce
in .ii filed ai nsl ou, and you
eby requlied i"
answer i" the BUI "f Com-
"ii the plaintiff's atl
original answer in the office
Clerk "f the Circuit Court "ii
..... May 14, 1952; otherwise, the
I1' in! for Divorce heretofore flh-ii
|! will be taken aa confessed by
I'ATED at Miami. I >:nl- County,
' this 11th dny of April, 1962.
E. M. I.KATIIKUMAX,
Clerk, Clreiiit Court,
Dade County, Kiorirfa
By O. Ii HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
IN" EINK EPSTEIN
V for Plaintiff
cayne Hiiilding
Florida
o'2-9
Ma
At-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14928C
VNDERSON, Plaintiff,
VNDERSON, l" fendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAE VV, ANDERSON
Asbury Avi
1 i;, ii i.\ e, New Jersey
IRE HEREBY IIKI >EREI > and
'l i" senc ;i copy of >our ans-
the iii;l of omplainl for 'li-
copy of which is em losed
th, on plnlnl ff al tornej. and
oi Iglnal In the i r:< e of the
"f the Circuit Court "f Dade
ly, F'lorlda, on or before the
day of May. 1952, otherwise the
ii- "f said dill will be taken
I ssod by you.
iTED; April' 11, 19S2.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By .: B, HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
:i'i:r. .). HANu
ney for Plaintiff
"iMiipiu Building
92, Florida
5 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
mderalgned, desiring to engage in
i under the fictitious name of
I'YZRR, ai 922 N. E, Second
Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ald name with the Clerk of the
i Court of Dade County, Florida,
AM REX Cl 'I'.l'i 'I! ATP IN
>: Michael Nudelman, Prealdenl
Ro) i laselon, Seci eta ry
J HEIMAN .V KAPLAN
II ncya foi A mrex < '"i poral i"n
1" ft-ytmld Building,
ml, Khi.
2-9-U
fall
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 14931C
\U' IN BL VCK, 417 Bright
; Court, Brighton Beach, Brook-
New York. You are required to
copy of your answer on Mor-
v Ro a iln Road,
Beach, Inorlda. and file the or-
In the office of the clerk, on or
Mas 20th, 1952, in thai suit for
thai 6 irafi Black filed in the
ill Court of the mil Judicial Clr-
in and for Dade County, Flor-
"< -aid Hin will be taken aa eon-
d by you,
' i: P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
5/2-4-16
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
'''~;'v'T,V'!''', 'he fictitious name -
siANIl.KS city h.u.i. l:,|U..
MAi V at ltOI Washington Av. .'Mi-
ami Beach, Intends
Court of Dade Count}-, Florida
JACK SPAN1ER
4 U.1J.26 5 j ** """"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgi ng to em ag< In
nd. r the f im< of
I" .- roWNE, at KM 0 8 w 8th
Dade County, Florida, Intend
itei .-. Id name wIth thi
ol Hi.- Circuit Court "f Di
I i": Ida.
s RUTH ELLIS
- Al, ELLIS
I i 5 t-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY GIVEN thai
toe undersigned, desiring to eni

I. MEYER, at 1124 1 i R
M i Bi -. i .... i,,. inten I to reg-
-' I with thi Clerk of

I Ida.
WILL! \M EIBCSOHI'TZ
SCHCTZ
QEi IRGE J. T il.lW' iFl
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 14922
IRWIN LEWIS COOPER, Plaintiff
vs.
FRANCES CLASSMAN COOPER,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
K>: FRANCES CLASSMAN COOPER
231 Ctlca Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are required t" nerve a copy
of the Answer t" the Hill ol
upon the plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG, U
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
"i......iglnal in the ofl ce of thi
of the Circuit Court on
:n May. 1952; otherwise, said BUI will
be taken as confessed by you.
! tin- 17th day of Aw II, A.P.
E. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the c
Bj Q. B. HARDIE,
Deput) I'
I 18-23 i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 147160-1
IN ROTHENRI
TRUSTEE, Plaintiff,
i: VRL I. KING and MARGCER1TE
KING, his nIfe, JULIA WILSi IN,
foi nown
' I.IA \V. KING RICH-
ARD R. PAIGE, D.
NJVTICE IS HEREB1 (Il\ EN that
undi f the Fli al
: V'in-
C GIHLIN, on ::.
of I .
a Court
in wh !. MORTON '.
KNBERG. TRUSTEE, i-
EARL L. KING and MARGUERITE
KING JULIA WILSON, a
slngh woman, formerly known as
.Ml.I \ \v. KING, and RICHARD R
PAIGE, defl ml.mis. I. i Spi
Master In Chancery, api Inted by the
Court In .-a..I Decree, under and by
"f the terms thereof, will offer
foi sale .i^'i sell at publl.....itcry to
the highest And best bidder fo
at the South door of the County
Courthouse, .Miami, Pad,- C
Florida, on Wednesday, May L'lst.
1952, it ii o'clock a. M. the follow-
ing described real property situate in
Dade County. Florida, to wit:
PARCEL 1.
I .i 21 in Block 2 of College Heights
Subdivision, according to the plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 42
at Pat.- of the Public Record! of
Dade county, Florida, togethei a th
all of the furniture, furnishings,
equipment and property now on or
hereafter placed in. on or upon s.ai property.
PARCEL 2.
Lot 1 In Block 89 of the First Ad-
dition t" Hialeah Subdivision, ac-
cording t" the Plat thereof, i
od in Plat Book 5 .it Page 122 of
the P ibll Ri orda of Pad.- County,
Fi..! Ida, together with all i f
furniture, furnishings,
ami n >w on i
ii
PARCEL
Lol i Block 9 ol !
No. 2
I I l: ..:, 11
of the Public R.....rda of 1 >ad<
tv, Florl la, together with all of the
i furnishings, equipment
crtj now on
! ii ..ii or upon ai
of the buildings kn at- 'I laid
propertl and upon the property It-
The real property above de
iml the personal propert) above des-
cribed will be .-"l'l for the purti
satisfying the claims of the plaintiff,
:,s more particularly ael forth In said
Pin il Decree ., ...
Dated this 17th day of April. 1952.
.1 VCK A ABBOTT,
Special Master In C I -
MORTON ROTHENBERG,
420 Line >ln R< ad,
Miami Be teh. Florida,
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 18-25 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1.- HEREKY GIVEN tint
T1LJEENE SHOPI'E, ai \
2nd Av< \:
the
. i
Ida
WILLIAM BERMAN
Al. M HECHT
IT SAOER
Alton
s i 0 hi *
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY G1V1
Hi.- understgnei
hush.i
ACE MEN S Silt P, il : .- N \\ .:
Ave.. Mian I
- i nami with tin Cli I tl
cull i '"in t of I '.id,- 'ouni Flo
CHARLES S< 'NNi:
5 -- l-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 149361
SAMPFI. .1 BROWN, Plaintiff,
\ -
ETHEL BROWN Defei lint
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'!' I ETHEL BR< 'U N
.-.--.
Brooklyn. N )
1 ETHEL BROWN, are I
ilfied that a I
Divorce has been I
and you an
f
1
Atlorm BEN ESSEN KSO
M Florida', and
tile the orlgii ...
f thi f the Clr-
t Courl ,| ,i v
tin

DONE AN
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14877T
JOHN GARRABRANT, Plaintiff
FREDA GARRABRAN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FREDA GARRABRANT,
92 Lord A
N ,\
.
of the Answer I
plalnl
> Lin-
Road, >
.
r the C Courl
v.n : se -
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A
r B IERMAN.
Cou !
By R 11. RICE JR


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY GIVEN I
ng to em
fietll
PETERS MEN'S .-IP -
tvi t G -:... : Fia ii-
v\ :'n the
p. .1-
I
PETER G

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTIC If HER
thi .. i
fietil
A Fi IMAL WEAR. \v
-
It C t of Dade C
F
CHAR ,ES SONNE
NOTICE LNDLR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N Th 'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pairing I
ness under thi
[APEX TV AND RADIO COMPANY,
at 5401 N :: 2nd Vvi .
:' Intel register a
lit C
of Dade i
FRANK Rl'DKH
8/2S f I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni 'Tl 'E :> HEREBY GIVEN tl
- tious I
MAMMA
TAP!: \N 234 N. E :
- !' 'ASINl l
s VMUEL w >
Vttorne)
" 3 .-
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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 1*8951
ANNE I RASER .
. i :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt THOMAS FI
nt for
-
Vl -
a-er or Plea
K IVNER ,v MANN!-
n R
nswi In I
f i
bef<
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\ OR "
.
MAN.
''- t
. M H LICKING
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IN THE CIRCU:T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No
.If VN
BENJAMIN MARK.
T >: BENJAMIN MARK
y
New v k Cll n- .. 1
TOP ARE HEIi
I
-
above entitled caust and
to serve a opj :
x inswi BI -'
on the Plan.tiffs attorneys, and file
the "i Igli In thi iffl of thi
of -!u Circuit Court on or before the
27th day of May, 1952. If you '<
,1" so, judgement by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in th.- Bill "f Complaint.
Dated al Miami, Florida, thla -
day of April. 1953.
Th notlrt shall be published onc<
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
E B. LEATHERMAN,
'ourt
-s ,i'i
By M C FEIGE
Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER Mil.la'V
js foi Plaintiff
804 Ing Bu
M i" ii Ida.
5 2-9-11
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N- 'ICE IS
...
HOMESTEAD
, N'..t II
! I
'
it Court
: ..
HARRY i iWKSli
KOVNER fi M VNNHEIMER
: I i -
i 25 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nt tTICE IS HER l\ EN
.. it .
sinea indi r the fictltl is i
NORMANDY-SURFS1DE TV fi RA-
DIO, at 1541 Hard as A Surf chit.
I lade County, l- ioi Ida ntei
ist. r sa lerk
It Courl p
Ida.
HERMAN P COHEN
MORRIS COHEN
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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN,
AND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA. IN CmANCERY.
'.
N
. '
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
'
26 Street

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the 151
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AND ORDERED
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E B I.P VTHERM \N.
1 V.
. irt Seal >
B> M '' FEIGE
-. ity Clerk
I 1S-27, 5 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27856B
In Re: ESTATE OF _
MAURICE PP.A! N.-l 1-.1N.
11. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims "r Demands Against
Said K ,
,.,.! ,. h of you, are herel s
l ,,,,i| required t-
demand; which you, o
either of vo i, maj have aaralnst th.
,,',,!,- of MAURICE BRAUNS
,1, ,ii i, of P.i.l- Count). I
to thi Honoi tble Counti Judgt
in,i,. mntv, an.I file the same In
their office In the Counts court
Countv. Florida, within jht
c.nlend.ir month from the date of the
n.-.t publication hereof Said
,,|.. to contaii
.., the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, oi
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the I9SS Probate let.
As Executor of the Last \\ m
ami Testament of ____
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN.
Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
4/18-25 5/2-9
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, IC
jo so. judgm. de-
, u^iiti .-I, .. .-.,,,, ............
t Court Seal)
By : B HARDIE, Deputy lerk.
14-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14895.
LEONARD JAMES GAMMON
Plal
Ri ISE EMILY GAMM S
l -. ft
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt >: Ri ISE EMILY GAMMl IN,
11S Prli
j to serve a
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MORTON ROTHENBERG. -P.'-' Lill-
R M la. ..n l
.:.-
Cl. rk of I
wise, i
I :.,;>- n ..- .
) .
Dated thla 8th '- I, A D.
E P EEATHERMAN.
Clerk f the Cli ill
By WM. W. STOCKING
Ity Clerk.
4 11-18-23 5 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND.FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 14896."
N -i E b. th Adams, plaintiff.
\ a
w Smiley Ad ms, Jr.
: : m llbi tok Lane
lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
v. Smiley Ad ims, Jr.
y, erehv notified that a Bill
.-- c t for W' has beei

ling to the 11
STEPHEN P KKSS1.ER -- es|
- I
' '
NOTICE UNDER r-ICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
I, desiring I
business ui the
MUSIC BOB BAR AND PACKAGE
STORE, MUSIC BOX PACKAGE
STORE, MUSIC BON BAR THE
MUSIC BOX BAR AND PACKAGE
LOUNGE : 111 B M ami A
\. tends to i
,,f the <'i: -
. !
IRT R \K' >W, aoll ner
\M- BEN WI1N
v. rt Rakow
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, the un Jag. In
nd. r the t ime "f
HOTEL, at
Tun t>, pan T. rrace, Miami !' ach,
! rlda, Int. nd t i register aaiii
with the Clerk of the Circuit Ct
Dade Countv. Ftoi i I i
JACOB KALKIN
AUGU8TA KALKIN
HARRY .' GERSON
ANNETTE GHRSON
GEORGE A TALTANOFF
Attorne> for Applicants
420 l.lneoln Rond
Miami Beseh. Florida
4 is-25 6/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 148954
STANLEY YA.NKt'W, Plaintiff
v..
CECILS YANKOW, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CECILE YANKOW,
180 Brasm
Brookls New York.
You ale i.-i-.: :, I tO I Copy
of the Answer t" tin Bill Of
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG. 42" Lin-
coln Road, Mi iml p. h, i-1 Ida. and
file the original In the office of the
clerk of the Cli ill Court on or b. -
fore May v. 1952: other is.
will be taken aa confessed by you.
h day Of April. A.D.
1952.
E P. LEATHERMAN.
the Clrcuil
By WM, W. STt 'KINO,
Clerk.
4 11-18-25 :. 2
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will be
for 1
'
-, NP t>RDl Miami
. : v a l-
E. P.. LEATHERMAN,
. C
County, Florida.
::. .T P HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
- 23 5 2
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
tor messenger service.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
V
19 N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA


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