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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|ME 25Number 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1952
reft Day Here Sells $166,800 In
ds; Foreign Minister Urges Aid
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Israel Cut In
Security Aid Bill
WASHINGTON (JTAi Sen-
lation for the new state of four axe"ttouse conferees may restore
|). Florida's Israel Bond ca at a small party in his suit*.
cn stood $166,800 closer to j following the DadeiCou-tv Audi!
bal this week following ;torium affair. He told them that
SI irett Day here, climax- for "the first time in centuries
feday n'gnt y an address the Negev will be harvested H:
Foreign Minister of Is- ,also predicted an ultimate dodu-
the Dade County Audi- lation for the n
|mg the history of Ziorism
' 70 years, the second-
It lanking member of the
jovi rnment called the es-
Iment of the State of Israel
but pointed out that
| miracles are accompanied
t, pointedI out that the j JERUSALEM (JTA, .. The Is- J5SSrdYuVwhicn*duced7he
phe in this case -the rael Government is "greatly sur-j final Senate figure for Israel to
.loeration fomented by prised by the statement in Am- ] $64,456,000. This sum represented
nan yesterday by Jordan Pre- | aid for Jewish refugees in Israel
while an additional amount in
a portion or all of the reductions
made by ths Senate in the alloca-
tion for Israel contained in the
Mutual Security Bill passed last
week-end by the Senate to auth-
orize aid for free rations, it was
The Senate approved the bill
after voting a reduction of S200,-
000,000. representing an across-
-"- ^ ~- --'
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
IraJ League following the
irtition legislation which
r Israel political and mili-
[idependence will be ev-
' unfortunate should ec-
m If-sufficiency not be
t i by his country to assure
only Foreign Minister in
four-year history gave
to American Jewry for
fcpiit in past years through
Khropy as he appealed for
of the $500,000,000 In-
Henee Bond Issue. An aud-
est::i ated at some 2,000 per-
Jsubscribed to $86,800 in
following his talK. An ad-
S70.000 was purchased
Itn the public reception at
|B< wman F. Ashe, president
University of Miami; Dr.
?anklin Williams, .co-chair-
loi the American Christian
line Committee; and May-1
Chelsie Senerchia, D. Lee I
,.nd David H. Hendrick, |
Miami. Miami Beach and '
Gables extend official i
jnes from the general com- !
hu' I Friedlard, chairman of
It:." ns Committee for Moshe j
|tt Day in South Florida, I
it the meeting. Max |
Jtz, co-chairman, introduced j
It. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
J if the Greater Miami
In i 1 Association, gave the
bra were posted by the Jew-
far Veterans of Miami and
I Be.ich and singing of the
pean and Israeli national an-
ted by Pauline Fried
Cantor Bernard Kelemer.
|x I. .wenthal, of Pittsburgh,
chairman of cash sales
I Bonds, and Jacob Sher,
conducted the sale of
owing Sharett's talk.
?>i to the rally, an informal
lr in honor of the Foreign
ite. was given at the Sans
Hotel. Mr. Sharett met
some 30 Israelis presently
is in the Greater Miami ar-
mier Tewtik Abdul Houda that
"Jordan is not prepared to hand
over certain areas to Israel," a
technical assistar.ee. between two
and three million dollars, was
Foreign Ministry spokesman told j also provided" in funds covering
newsmen today. technical help for the Near East.
There never were any negotia- A previous cut by the Senate
tions calling for Jordan to "hand Foreign Relations Committee re-
over" any areas to the Jewish duced the $76,000,000 asked by
State, the spokesman said. He
pointed out that all that has taker,
place has been a series of con-
versations pertaining to the ex-
change of no man's land areas in
order to eliminate friction such
the Administration for Jewish
refuge-, s to $66,380,000. The House
did not touch the $76,000,000 fig-
ure when it passed its version of
the MSA Bill.
Representative Lawrence H.
as led to shootings in the Latrur. .S.-rith, of Wisconsin, in remarks
region recently. These talks went | to the House of Represenatives,
on in normal fashion as late as has called attention to an article
last week, the Israeli spokesman | in the June issue of Reader's Di-
reported, adding that it is sur- j gest. which complains that "the
prising that the Jordan Premier [Arabs don't love us anymore" b3-
"needed to use such anti-Jewish cause of America's friendly atti-
lar.guage for internal purposes." tude toward Israel.____________
Germans Recognize Priority of Israeli
Claim Before World Commercial Debts
LONDON (JTA)Insofar as claims 'against Germany are con-
cerned. Israel is in a category of its own.. Hermann Abs, head of
the Bon- delegation to the international conferen:e here on Ger-
many's debts, told the Jewish Chronicle this week-end before de-
parting for the West German capital
Hen Abs. one of the important Mate the settlement of the over-
IGerman leaders standing in the an claims at a later time. The Is-
way of a siLsfactory West Ger- raehs retusecj. tig to the
, man offer to the Israel Govern-
irr.ent, declared that he is w.lling ll'-' ,
to admit that whatever settle- The Jewish Observer reported
ment is accepted by Israel should that German proposals last week
be naid out in a shorter time than to Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chair-
Germany's commercial debts are man of the Jewish Age. cv in
paid, although he reiterated his Paris, were of a very.different
view that Israel's claim should calibre from the offer by Abs. It
not receive priority over those of was sa.d that Professor Franz
3t7 nations. He added that Boehm reported y "mbrmriDr.
there is a moral and "even sar.c- Goldrnann that tie Federal Get-
SsS *u a ssssSttSt
goods, but would agree to r.ego- b." in the Kim o. Ruoo-----------
The Presidential race has ignited anti-Semitic agitation "which
may penetrate into the broader areas of American life," according
to a report unanimously adopted bv the executive branch of the
American Jewish Committee. Ihis report held that on the basis
"of evidence in our hands, the use of anti-Semitism as a political
instrumentality is currently being stepped up significantly." While
Jewish organizations are taking a more serious view of develop-
ments, a Senate subcommittee on elections has embarked on an in-
vestigation of the injection of bigotry into national and state polit-
A number of Defense Department officials indicated concern
when the discredited hale campaign against Assistant Secretary
of Defense Anna Rosenberg was revived by backers of Senator
Robert A. Taft. Headquarters of the Taft-for-Presideni move-
ment circulated petitions "demanding" that General Dwight Eis-
enhower answer 21 specified questions. Questions 14 and 15 asked:
"If nominated and elected will you clean house in the State De-
partment, beginning with Dean Acheson? Will you do like-
wise in the Defense Department beginning with Mrs. Anna Rosen-
berg, now manpower expert?"
These questions were published throughout the country. Al-
; thougr. they were displayed in the window of Taft's Washington
headquarters, a spokesman for the Senator said Taft "had no
knowledge" of the question involving Mrs. Rosenberg.
The AJC report maintained that anti-Semitism today "has the
! Status of a sort of outlawed weapon in the political arsenal." and
I that "it is employed only when conventional weapons and tactics
' seem inadequate to assure victory, and then only by guerrilla forces
not subject to direct control by high commands."
The Washington Post, after a careful study of anti-Semitic
influences in election activity, reported that "the lunatic fringe
of the extreme right-wingthe pro-Fascist, plus ultra isolationist,
'white supremacy.' anti-Semitic presshas-been pouring it on in
: mounting volume in recent weeks." The Post said of "hate mer-
chants" that "by and large, they like Senator Robert A. Taft and
General Douglas MacArthur. but mostly they don't like Ike."
The director of the Washington office of the B'nai B'rith Anti-
i Defamation League has written that "some of the people who have
decided that Eisenhower is the man to beat for the Republican nom-
ination haveunwittingly or unwittinglyreached down to the
very dregs of the anti-Semitic movement for the mud to throw at
One of the first to be heard from among the "dregs" was
Robert H. Williams, of Santa Ana. California. Williams, a former
Army Intelligence Major, sent smear material to Taft supporters
for use in the New Hampshire primary. The propaganda called
Eisenhower "the man most wanted by the Zionists to head the
goverrment." It knowingly referred to Eisenhower, in his capac-
ity as president of Columbia University, as head of "virtually a
ghetto institution and incubator of proselytes and international
Gerald L. K. Smith, fuehrer of the Christian Nationalist Cru-
sade, refers to Eisenhower as "Iky" and as "the terrible Swedish
J- w." In Chicago, Mrs. Van Hyning of. We The Mothers Mobilize,
brands the general in a similar fashion. The Reverend Gerald B.
Winrod was a defendant in the trial of Nazi seditionists. He sup-
ports General Douglas MacArthur for the Presidency with propa-
ganda denouncing the "plot of international Jews." Joseph P.
Kan.p. an anti-Semite who served time in jail for contempt of Con-
gress, is issuing anti-Eisenhower material containing delicate un-
ties o: religious bias. Serator Mike Monroney. of Oklahoma,
said the elections subcommittee has many samples of election smear
propaganda prepared by haten ongers from coast to coast.
Four New York Congressmen joined in the House to sponsor a
group libel bill. Its chances for adoption are considered slim. The
executive branch of the AJC meanwhile called on the three major
faiths for a unified condemnation of bigotry in the Presidential
primaries and the fall elect.on. Samuel R. Feller, chairman of the
AJC's Domestic Affairs Committee, prepared the report on anti-
Semitism in politics.
In July, 1933. the Nazi Government enacted a law "regarding
revocation of naturalization and annulment of German citizenship,"
according to the Reichsgesetzblatt, Teil 1 (Reich Law Gazette, Part
I 1). This law was later used as the basis for the denaturalization of
: East) rn European origin. Senator Herbert H. Lehman, after
!a careful study of the McCarran-Walter Omnibus legislation now
i by Congress, said that one of its objectionable feature-.
"was developed from the id. ntical axioms that
red in his j ise to power."
Lehman ssid: "As I read the McCarran-Waltar Bill, there
was conjured up in my mind's eye the spectacle of immigration
officials knocking on doois in the middle of the night, hustling
aliens off to detention centers, and herding them onto ships out-
ward bound, while wives and children weep, and the courts are
pov/er'.ess tc intervene. This is a nightmare, but it coulu happen
here, under the terms of the McCarren-Walter Bill."
Ur.d Representative Walter's bill, the House version, new
luld-be-immigrants who have been convicted by
X violating Nazi laws would be automatically barred
L'nited States: American citizens might be deprived of
citiz ns) ip, in certain cases, without trial; new grounds for de-
portation would be marie retn ctive to cover
all immigrants to been admitted to the L'nited
Si r.her feat;:- would also be incorporated.
ICt'iiioved From llunianian Pom
TEL AVIV. (JTA) The re- I atos led by Mrs. Pauker, accord-
i a_ n_.,i... D,,m--;,n me to news arriv.ng here from
moval of Ana Pauker, Rumanian gyCriaresl
Foreign Minister, from the Polit-
BS^BSJBS^BJSJBBJBJBOT Foreign Minister, trom tne font- Mrs Pauker. a Jew. has be."
m he Sharett Foreign Minister of Jr"}: as. f. buro of the Rumanian Communist considered the second most in
iedland. second from left. con9",u'a,^"?v Auditorium Sundcy night .Jack D1 w ; Part mears that the extremist i portant Communist leader in tn
mi following his speech at the Dade Coun yAua n Dav .n South. Fiorwa. y ^ d h long-time frier.
Veirkl.. chairman of the Citizens Com mitt" ,in served as Us treasurer. A haRd oyer thg moder. of Premier Stalin.
Imuel Friedland. ..
Ves Miami following
Carl Weirkle. chairman of the Citizens J^-^S and Ablin
r< n. WeinkU was co-chairman of the Committee
S166.800 was added to the local Israel Bond Campaign-
Shown above are officers of Ihe Beth Davit. Synagogue at a ground-breaking ceremony last Sun-
dav. afternoon. Plan? of the congregstion call for a new Religious School building that will house
classrooms, facilities for arts and crafts, recreation, study hells and athletics. Left to right are
Harry Simons. Bernard A. Sterling. John Feller. Sidi.\y Lefcourt. Nathan Alexander and Sidney
Pozsn turning the first shovels-full of earth on the site of lho project. Some 700 persons were
present at the ceremor.y.
Hialeah Center Meets i Adult Group Presents Business Hadassah
^m^-Sn^'t^\V^ ^moTr<^ Evenin<* Holds Joint Party
ish Community Center will be
11 Id "" Wednesday evening, June
11th at 8:30 p.m. A film, The
Shortest Route Home, will be
bj Preside: t Harold Le-
The Adult Social Group of the | A gaIa membership partv is
Jewish Community Center's Mi-; planned jointly for the Miami
ami Branch will present a one- and the Miami Beach Business
act drama. Summer Fury, at its and Professional Women's Groups
k gular Saturday night dance t<>- of Hadassah on Monday. June
9th. H p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, 3722 Royal
I > program will include a
film presentation by Muni.-.
Strass! <::;. principal 65 Temple
i'.' th Sholom Religious s< hool.
Jean Brown will be mis-
i ceren nies Miss Mar-
Man ; n chair-
! to othy Parker,
i ship chairman,
Photocrephed at a recent Installation Luncheon of the Miami
Btach Lodge. B'nai B'rith Women, are left to right) the Mes-
dames Dave Alcr. vice president; Ben Lebow. president: and
Sarr Nudslman vi~c president.
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pnDAY. JUNE 6, 1952
...n the beginning Elohim created the heaven and
L. earth." These opening words of the Torah an ui
5,,| for clarity and simplicity. A more condensed
Soression is inconceivable. A child can grasp the
Saning: vet maturity never exhausts its lull imp
finn< This introductory sentence penetrates in the
Save n ..r Judaism. It state baldly, yet unequivocal
eation was the handiwork ot God. who is d.
,iv ramed. To appreciate this sublime brevity
stray into the ide '
n | realm of high el
Buddahaism And Judaism: A Contrast
stray into the ideologies of alien fait
, aim of high i thi< i, Buddha:-.
with Judaism. But here th co .
impli te contrast to Htebi ic tl hi an i -
'.',,,,; i a Godhead, its Weltanahouung, it- notion of
2T Soul's past and future existences, its id a o
.iU-l ..; ; punishment for human conduct, its abei
5m, ol man's destiny. It is virtually impossible I
tionothcist to comprehend a religion without a God an
Sheisti. faith. Significantly, there is no name for G i
hBuddhist theology. Its holy writings declare God
banowi r, liut not a being whatever that may mean
Judaism is not a mystery religion. A just, merciful,
ill powerful Jehovah demands obedience for His Laws.
Its cleat rationale is the evident source of Judaism's
strength, and perhaps of its weakness. Its strength is
lltested by the enduring quality of doctrim s which
cast 8 protective armor over its followers, dispi
throughout the world and made to suffer persecutions
without parallel in the story of any other people A
weak link is that lack of mysticism which accounts for
Judaism's inability to attract the world's masses wl en
ripe for a new faith. On the other hand, the populace
V i fully drawn to the mystical story of a cruci-
fied an I resurrected God, who died to save mankind
been;-1 Adam and Eve ate an apple. Remember the
famnu.- remark of a Church Father: f believe, bee
In the lirst pages of Genesis, God examines the
: creation, and the text repeats seven I
im saw that it was good." This enthu
Buddhist S n fcance when contrasted with
'hlf n n,, V l1 factu ,l fn,dic>tes a fundamental
Buddha It ;"""<"< t'"-' faiths of Moses and of
;- <' >pbas,z,s the basic optimism that under-
' ImiiI.,,,,. t even throws light upon the
history; that alter the har-
everal millenia, Jews should
?nlUtl :!- even confident, ol the glorious future.
iod. they neve,- abandoned faith in
' i tice, in mankinds rising to
i \,'" '"" and civilization, in a bril-
1 future lor the entire human race.
is the resignation that
lo iphy. All effort is futile,
fi'.P lappiness a mirage. N .thin < is
vhile. Th. world, life, and mankind are
Existence is a burden. The desirable
' drawal of active participation from the
m "I hfe. Love, ambition, desire, energv are evils
i linging to life. The instinct for self
a stumbling block. Sine,, there is no
such thing as individuality or personality, the .go
Should bl starved and weakened. The passions are
vices that promote selfish indulgence; they strengthen
the will to live. The symbol of all this negation is the
sitting Buddha, eternally contemplating his ravel.
The most revealing indicia of any moral system
are its rewards and punishments for virtuous or sinful
living. Primitive Hebraism compensated the observer
ol Jehovah's Law with a good life. Ample rainfall,
plentiful crops, numerous offspring, a peaceful sover-
eignty in the Promised Land would be the rewards if
Israelites followed the moral precepts of the Creator.
As ethical thinking advanced and became more eom-
pli x. the saintly and the just would after death be
admitted into Own Eden to enjoy eternal bliss in the
i ence of a loving Deity. Conversely the wicked
Would be east into Gehenna, suggested by the smoking
valley into which the refuse of the Temple sacrifices
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
TRANSMIGRATION OF SOULS
Again we encounter the organic contrast between
the two ways of life. The East Indian was alway. o
sessed with the phantasy of reincarnation. The soul is
indestructible. It pre-exists the body and returns again
and again. Brahman philosophy has elevated this in-
tuitive fancy into a Pantheistic doctrine: the soul is
part of the Godhead. Debased on earth through con- .
tact with vice, the soul must reinhabit the bodies of
man or beast until fully purified. It may take geo
before it is reabsorbed into the Godhead, v.
it will find eternal bliss. A fair approximation to our
i a He venly Paradise, oi Christian Salvation.
Bui this happy solution to ths evil of existence is
!;,r too optimistic tor Buddhist dejection. Life .s too
burdensome, ion painful, too harrowing for so n
repetitions. The Hindu may find the notion of trans-
migration a comforting assurance of immortality. The
Buddhist shrinks from the thought of living again and
again, experiencing endless suffering, continuous bore-
dom, repetitious weariness. His idea of bliss is Nirvana'
Peace and rest can only come with extinction, with
dissolution into nothingness, with final release of all
pain, with total annihilation, the Nirvana of oblivion.
How is this Nirvana to be attained, or hastened.
Obviously by reducing the number of reincarnations.
The less existences, the less opportunity for crimes to
be atoned. Renunciation became the Buddhist ideal.
To lessen the temptation for wrong doing, man must
suppress his evil instincts, his selfish indulgence, his
ambition, his greed, his lustful desire, his will for
wickedness. Moral living could only be attained bv
the contemplative Monk, freed from all striving, lib-
erated of all family ties. The holy person must resign
himself to monastic seclusion.
Buddhism came to mean the suppression of self,
the renunciation of life. Conversely. Judaism enjoined
active participation in th. community, enjoyment of
life to the fullest, propagation of the race, the widest
use of talents and capacity, provided man lives under
and observes the laws and commandments of Jehovah..
West Miami Center
Presents Blithe Spirit
The West Miami Jewish Ceil
June 7th and 8th. at the Center.
Directed by Blake Liddle, the
cast includes Hay Goodling, Roz
Bretan, Natalie Finn, Ruth I.
Drama Group will present bar. Henrietta Randall and lb 1. n
Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, to- Burrows. Mrs. Adcle Wein.
morrow and Sunday evenings, in charge of tickets.
Pictured above are Board of Directors of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District at a recent
meeting held in the home of Dr. Louis G. Lytton. president, where announcement was made of
a project to plant a grove of trees in Israel in memoryjaf the late Paul Giller.__________________
509 N.E. 13th St., Miami
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter will dedicate its Saturday
morning Sab 8th Service to
graduates of the Miami Beach
Senior High School graduating ;
class. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader, announced early
this week. ,
Participants in the service who
will represent the students in- j
elude Leonard Grand, class pics
ident, Martha Jo Becker and Ann (
Brick. ,. ;
The Rabbi will preach on the
Weeklv Portion. Cantor David
Silverman will chant the service.
Beth David To Conduct
Summer Program Here
The Beth David Hebrew School
will conduct a morning session
summer camp program to include
athletics, arts and crafts, muMt
and one hour of formal Hebrev
w?ll take Place Monday, June;---------------------------------=
Plans Tea For
At an executive officers' meet-
ing of Junior Hadassah held last
Monday night at the home of
Mi-s Judy Hayes, plans were
completed for a membership tea
to honor recent Miami Beach
High School graduates.
Miss Phyllis Goldman, presi-
dent, announced that an original
skit was being written by Miss
Helene Pomerantz for the occas-
Miss Selma Lewis, in charge of
arrangements, and Miss Shirley
Gerstein, vice president, announc-
ed the following committees:
Program. Helene Pomerantz;
Hospitality. Judy Hayes: Invita-
tions. Hel'ga Baum; and Public-
ity. Shirley Gerstein.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, spon-
sor of the Miami Beach group,
stated that the membership tea j
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Jack Bernard. 753 Lenox Avenue
on Tuesday night. June 10th, 8:15
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave
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I^fJ^VNE 6. iJ
:s shocking beyond words. When a group of
American representatives in the US Congress
jinds it convenient to support a racist and dis-
criminatory measure, there is reason enough to
believe that trends here are in the direction of
reactionand perhaps worse.
Certainly, excuses can not be considered suf-
ficient to explain this most dastardly bill. Suffice
it to say, however,* that much of the House's zeal
undoubtedly stemmed from the desire to show
"the folks back home" that our Government main-
tains constant vigilance against Communists and
Such reasoning is always most popular prior
to major elections when the fates of individual
Washington officials are at stake. It becomes
politically expedient for them to disguise their
general inaction and apathy with last-minute
Unfortunately, this sort of ill-advised indus-
riousness strikes at the root of democratic free-
dom in the case of the Walter Bill. It also extends
into the field of so-called administrative econ-
omy, where questions concerning mutual secur-
ity, for example, are sacrificed in the name of
the taxpayer's protection.
The affirmation of Representative Walter's
aberrant attitude toward immigrants as reflected
:n the US Senate's passing of the McCarran Bill
:s, perhaps, less shocking. Few, indeed, are the
instances when the Upper House will not go
along with the Lower. Thus, Americans guided
by conscience have now been forced into the
position of hiding their shame and sit nervously
by, awaiting the outcome of a probable Presi-
Should our most esteemed representatives
deem it advisable to over-ride President Truman
end to re-affirm their positive attitude toward "the
THE SINISTER SHADOW
McCarran-Walter Omnibus Immigration Bill, a
long-standing tradition in America's history will
have been destroyed. Precisely those subservises
it is designed to repress will find a glowing vic-
tory in their restriction.
The most bitter aspect of the affair is the fail-
ure on the part of the Senate as a whole to rec-
ognize the issues at stake. Throughout most of
Past presidents of the former YV ~nH u
will gather tommorow evening |0 --'... ,,Wf"
Maurice Grossman, retiring executive
Grossman has been associaied with tM
ter movement here for the past fourteen vaLl
was His effort that saw the establishments!
Home Camp, nucleus of the "Y' Dm 'J
years of his tenure, he witnessed c spiSS J
growth from his original conception that w
embrace the entire community through the ornrri
ization of a centrally coordinated center n?3
ities plan. ac"P
Through the period of liberal. cdvantaaeJ
change which took the form of the Jewish Cente
Association and finally the Greater Miami JewL
Community Center and which ingatrered the di
pcrate, of;en conflicting and duplicate function!
of individual groups into a harmonious whoU
Grossman also found time to orcmize servicl
men's recreation quarters when the war y*
were at their most fevered pitch.
Neither the lack of funds nor the infrequent
of opportunity prevented him, ct any momeu
from acting according to his perceptive soci*
conscience. Through serving as a professional
Grossman was never impersonal in his metho
It was this that made his a labor of !ove and
Thus, a man who has served his comraunitj
well, steps down. His accomplishments are tol
varied and leng'hy to list here. Cur purposed
simply to salute him. Those who knew Grossmen
and his work, will take the opportunity of greeJ
ing him tomorrow evening and wishing him welL
the debate few senators remained lo hear tha
arguments, and only about a dczen members
were on the floor when Vice President AlbeJ
Barkley called for the vote.
Maui ice Gr ssman, retirii
< utive director of the Greatei
Mi;.:i i Jewish Community O n-
-.' will be honored at a test
monial dinner tendered him by
pa:-: presidents i :' the former
V.M and WHA tomorrow even-
g, June 7th. 8 p.m.. at the
rite Carlo Hotel.
Gathering together will be
Communal leaders here t<> pay
Grossman tribute in recognit
Grossman, who came to Miami
E mi 17 years ago. has been as-
sociated with the Center move-
ment for the past 14 years. His
activities include organizational
work that led to the establish-
ment here of the "Y", leadership
in connection with servicemen's
groups during the war and cre-
ation of Golden Age groups, a-
Stanley C. Myers, president of
t. Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Contc r, will be principal
aker. Miami attorney Ben K--
will act as toastmastcr for
The committee in charge
nts include Leon Kaplan,
Max Silver,. Abe Cutler, Mrs. Ida
F> n.'. Jimmy K< | Ii a tz
'' i G< : :..
tion of a i i
' en f tl te Ji nnie
S 4571 Al-
I tad, Miami Beach, will take.
Sunday, June 8th, at 12:30 i
p n at Woodlawn Park Co i
' I Rabbi Leon i".:
:: ciating. Mrs. Safonowitz isi
B vived by four daughters, the]
Mi sdames Emma Cantor. Dora I
lman, Mona Soloway and
Gertrudi Pallot; aLso two sons.
Al' Safp and Lewis Safp, and
a brother Sam Silverman, of New
Haven Conn. Arrangements ari
it. charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends
8-d relatives are asked to be
Temple Beth Sholorr. of Miami
Beach confirmed 20 boys and
girls at its Shavuoth Service last
week, according to an annour.ee-
i nt I y Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, John Adler, Jr., Anny Caro-
riaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard H. Ashbach; Barbara
Sn rn. daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Judd Breakstone; Tamara. daugh-
ter oi Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fried-
man: Ruthie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Gorden: Carely.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hany
A. Gordon: Joan Grav. daughter
;of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Gray.
Alexander, sor. of Mr. and Mrs
Alexander Kogan: Arlene Fran-
ices, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Louis Koren; Ronnee Linda,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
^el M. Bornfriend: Ker.neth Ger-
1 aid. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Kronowitz; Helen Sandra, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lach-
man; Helen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Liniade.
Leo Ruben, son Of Mr. and Mrs.
Nate Michaels: Renee Paulette.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Moike; Arthur, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Pollack: Celia.
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Roth; Gail Barbara. daught( r of
M and Mrs. Jacques Salomon:
Judith Ann. daughter of Mr. i
Bernard Salzberg; and Edith
Ann. daughter of Mr. ur.d Mrs.
Florida Rabbi* Gables Center
Meet in nautona i-.-.x_n r\xx-
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president inSTailS WTTICerS
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president
[and dean of Florida Ratbis. op-
|ened the sessions of the Fifteenth
Annual Conference of the Asso-
ciation of Florida Rabbis at a
reception tendered by the Sis-
terhood and host Rabbi Henry
Okahca. of Temple Israel, Day-
, tona Beach, at the Princess Is-
1 sena Hotel Monday night.
Michl Gibson, member of the
Yiddish Art Theatre, entertained
the Rabbis, their wives and
guests during the cultural pro-
At the Open Forum Hour fol- 'retary.
lowing the reception, reports i Trustees
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will hold its Installation Din-
ner Dance at the Colony Res-
taurant on Tuesday, June 10th.
Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld will in-
stall A. Edgar Miller, president:
Meyer A. Baskin. 1st vice presi-
dent: Naphtali A. Weidberg, 2nd
vice president; Sidney Riehman.
treasurer; William Ribbler, fi-
nancial secretary; Nathan Wino-
kur. recording secretary: and
j Sam Elinoff, corresponding sec-
The Scientific O mmittee ir.-fl
eludes Drs. M. Mar us. chairman!
M. A. Kleinian an B Tanner]
Public Relations c. immittee m-l
eludes Drs. M. L. Knight, chair-l
man. E. B. Hurd an,: H. Fienbertl
TaI *"**/*"" *cr"" lrusiees are Herman Fisher. ><>>
?,, .m wf by the Rabbinical! chairman, Sam Silver. Herbert
BTSvCR ^SSiA'rfJSS wb," geltrnter- Maurice Corenblum.
ir- 5 R? JT o uku f.t,he W!Et Nat"an Rood and Harry Harris
Coast District. Rabbi Alexander. R.iarH n( ,-, ^ ,'
iGelberman. of Central Florida, ; rhBa' p".ig lr5uc,ori lnclu.d,e
Rabb, Henrv Okalica. of North ha,Jes Adler' Natr.an Baron. Al-
M, of US NW in-. I ; U -I
da) In a convalee \ h-:-I
-!-: t h.rr for '!.
came originally fi ind, Ohl
II. is survived i > .:-. Esther,!
n i by iwo tonv ilnufhirr,
.-1 i vice* n ti oi i In ih'
Qordon Kunt-ra, i ite |
"ti llounl Nebo
87, mother ol ral -u m^v nc|
director "f .i trai q i
here, died fcUiturday tiirmtnakant,
Alabama, a Miami lenl for i-n|
yaai tha wai n Btnnii -
Rabbi Henry Okalica, of North
Florida, and Rabbi Morris A.
! Skop. of Coral Gables and South
! On the agenda at the Kallah
1 Session of debate, thej* were re-
ports of the survey '
| the Florida Public Schools, by
DP Kaplan, and the expansion
of Interfaith understanding and
intercultural education in human
relations, by Rabbi Skop.
Sholem Lodge Affairs
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will hold a series of swim-dances
during the months of June, July
and August. The first of these
affairs will be on Saturday ev-
ening, June 14th, at the Robert
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
will meet on Tuesday evening.
June 10th, 8 p.m., in the King
Arthur Room of the Saxony Ho-
Samuel W. Shapiro. Florida
State chairman of tl.-. Anti-Def-
amation League, will review The
Troublemakers, recently publish-
ed by Doubleday in conjunction
with ADL studies on group re-
Chairman of the evening is
Sam Kcssler. Al Budner will
Milton Friedman Speaks
Milton Friedman will be guest
speaker during the weekly lunch-
con if the Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday after-
noon, June 10th, at the National
EcLth Stein, sp<
at the Di^de county Society for
i raed a scholarship for addit-
I training in speech 1
Robert C. Hector. Society pres-
: thi award early this week and m-
ci that the scholars ip
given by the NaT, al So-
:i( ty for Crippled Children and
Adults mi cooperation with Alpha '
Chi Omega, national women's
len Bernstein, Jay Cone. Israel .
Freeman. Theodore Goodman, i Miami Bea.ii Ri>
Henry Green, Norman Green. 'me"1 "n M"""
Abe Harris, Joseph Koven, Louis
Perkell, Harry Sands, Sam Sch-
ulefand, Louis Tanner and Sam
Bob Brenner will install Sis-
terhood officers. Ann Schulefand
will assume the office of presi-
dent. Others are Shirley Good-
man, 1st vice president; Florence
Baskin, 2nd vice president; Tina
Harris, recording secretary: Gol-
die Fisher, corresponding secre- ,
tary; Frances Levy, assistant cor- ney and Eddie, and
responding secretary: Charlotte R>aln were i
Halpcrt. financial secretary; Bess
Braun, treasurer: Frances "Elman
parliamentarian: and Mary- Bern-
--. ..:. historian.
Bo ird of Directors are Shirley
Citron. Sylvia Greene, y'i
Hacker. Dorothy Karo. Jean Kov-
^n Alyce Messer, Helen. Miller.
Sylvia Rosenberg, Hckr.e Silver
and Fiances Trupkm.
Herman Fisher will be Toast-
' taster. Rabbi Morris A Skop
will give the benediction.
CLARA |l !. N
.-lx years, wht- ii kur> bj '
ciiiuKhterM, Ulriam, I: i and I
and two BOns, .- i R
I of Miami. -' it ''*.
Kl. of 1120 Collins .. itieil M
May 27th. A raaMenl here (or ih'
past l"> yaara, ahi urv i1 W
SUIIa, and two w
l^o. Bh also leaven ti
(ha and Jemiir. ..' '' "'-
l.<.uia an'l Bob R< ""'
0. N.-w Ymk CltJ
Interment by tlit ."'
S.I, of sn:. fJardi
June 2nd. SIi.
hu-l.anil, Arthur, tw . h Kiv-1
for Mrvlvea ai d
M .tn.i ii* ach I
.i b) '
Beth El Sisters Hold
Fathers' Day Dinner
The Congregation Beth El Sis-
terhood will hold its first Fath-
ers' Day Dinner on Sunday ev-
ening, June 15th. at 6:30 p.m.,
m the Dora August Memorial
Chairman of the affair are Mr
and Mrs. Max R. Silvei As-
sisting are the Mesdames an-
uel Kornstein, Max Rappaport
Albert Zisman, William Swim-
mer S.-.i.' Potash, Jack Shai
anul Loe.s Kaplan.
Meet in Orlando
The Mid-Year Convention of
the Florida Association of Chir-
opodists convened in Orlando
yesterday and will remain in ses-
sion until tomorrow, June 7th
it was reported early this week.
Chiropodists from Dade and
I roward Counties are attending
the all-state affair.
At a recent, meeting of the
Dado County Group, the follow-
ing officers were elected: Drs.
I. H. Blick, presiden*: B. Tan-
ner, vice president; a.id F. N.
Lnubenttial, Jr., sccretary-treas-
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'930, at the Po.t Oltic- of M''""'
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FRIDAY, JUNEJ. ^2 3
VOLUMF 25 MUMBtn
SIVAN 13, 5712
::e e, 1952
! Miami Di-
incil "f Jewish
i ti d il i ni-
ls for thi ; bi
Le%-:n will serve
l officers in-
I' lames Jasper
I'' ; Seller aid Le.,
r presiaents; Har-
Rj Z,.. n :i:iar.cial secretary;
in i : .; .
ir.li : Mn A
and David T
lary and I
and M,;, H p.
Fink s. Friedmar, Mr nd Mrs.
S. Stein, Mr. and Mrs. E >
and Mr. and Mrs
Liaison officers are Di
uel_Kaplan and A. Haiduck.
was hostess at her home
The Miami Beach Symphonette E740 Nor?h Bey Road. Miami Beach, at a Tea and Fashion Show
given recently by 11. j Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital
in hoi or oi the w;ves of physicians attenc.ng the Hospital's Sec-
ond Medical Seminar. Shown above are (seated left to right) Mrs.
John M. Butcher, of Saiasota. Mrs. Friedland and Dr. Kai.'n How-
ard of Washington. D.C. Standing (left to right) are the Mes-
demes William Dameshek. of Boston. Massachusetts. Louis Kren-
sky. ^resident of Mount Sinai's Womsn's Auxiliary, and Jandon
Schwartz, chairman of the Tea Committes.
is composed of 45 musicians A
recent out-dour concert at the
Community Centei under the di-
rection of William Reivo, Fort
Laudcrdale. launched its season
here. Special concerts for child-
ren are on the future agenda.
Officers of the Symphonette
are Mrs. Harold Retskin, presi-
dent; Dr. S. Kaplan, vice presi-
dent; A. Haiduck. secretary; Al
Retskin, treasurer; H. Flaum, fi-
nancial secretary: and Harold
Retskin, busiress manager.
Mrs. NathonWl Leuin
|Hsrok! Cohe -. treasurer.
The Me "s Peretz Schein-
|berg. n I secretary; Morris
fall. Hiding secretary;
. n, auditor.
t>:s are the
I y. t r, A. Green,
ID. Rilas. b Luby, Jr., and S-
I .. an; J. Temple.
IE. St( ivhT, P. Warshaw
I two vears: and
II A; isel, L. Wolf. T.
I: & R. I- Schwartz,
S al : u immlltee inclu I-
11 Morns Blau.
I; Barnett Freedman,
IDavui K Julian Weinkle.
Ben Sin, Edna Kaufman.
To Hold Satin
I nvoiling Sunday
A momument to the memory
of the late Seymour Satin will
be unveiled on Sunday. June 8th.
2 p.m.. at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual ,~ZZ Z! ;
leader Of Temple Beth Sholom, Adult Group PlCniC
wU1 oWictatt. Th(. young Adult Gr0Up of the
Meyer To Head Hollywood Center Day
Government Association Camp To Open June 16
,. The Summer Day Camp of the
Hank Mtyer. public relations
director o: the City of Miami
B. ach. has been elected president
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center, under co-chairmen Mrs.
Jacob Honig and Mrs. Harold
f the Government Public Rela- | Jacobson, announces that it has
tions Association, at the annua
convi ntion held in New York
City. Meyer is a former vice
president of the Southern
| trict of this organization.
Mr. Satin, wh i resided at 4301
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
engaged the professional camp
directors Miss Eleanor Goodman
and Mr. Marvin Goodman.
The camp is scheduled for op-
ening to children between the
ages of 3 and 8 on Jure 16th.
The camp will provide a full
,mi of supervised activities
in arts and crafts, dramatics,
Itlvs In Crash
Tanner., 1571 Mer-
. in an
Mr. I n 59 id
.i vii to New V t the
time of 1 i
Pn sid< ::i of the I A i n
Supply Con pany, i I
1019 5th Miami L
he is survived y his wifi Anne,
. son. Har : nt at-
torney hen-. Mr. Tannen also
two daughters, Mrs. Belle
Peyser, Ol Miami, and Miss Car-
ole, of Miami Beach, as well as
two brothers and two sisters.
Services were on Monday at
the Miami Beach Riverside Chap-
el, with Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
ficiating. Interment was on
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
finds amazing relief
"Had tried method after method
to relieve constipation, until I lost
faith." admits New Jersey woman.
"Then I started to eat Kellogg's
all-bras daily and was amazed
at the fine results!" Delicious
vll-bran may brina back your
youthful regularity if suffering
has been due to lack of bulk in
diet. It's the only type ready-to-
eat cereal that supplies all the
bulk you may need, all-bran is rich
in iron, high in cereal protein, pro-
vides essential B and D vitamins.
Not habit-forming. Eat la cupful
of Kelloee's all-bran daily; drink
plenty of liquids. If not satisfied
after 10 days, send empty carton
to Kellosjg's. Battle Creek. Midl-
and set double your money back!
iation ai Mi Satin was ui vived bj
.ii. Ann, ana trn< dabgl
Mai y Ell n,
M Ali R >'''> i -
G dst< in. o( v
York, Bnd three brol Sam,
Irving and Cv, ol N
latives are "":i :
Emma Lazarus Group
W it Till Thi Sun Nel-
jcheduled for pei
I i Ca ib Theatn
. ol Juni I i 14th, Sun-
dmission i ric s, .-. II
its re ipl 'a ilh the E i Li -
zaius Chapter, B'r. th, i1
n i n ----- Miami Be.ien jewisn center win rian,.inH unj
Beach, dad on July 5, 1951. He n Su..||;iv morning, June 8th. A ^^^^^^
was B member i.i bnai.Brith. m,,tl,,(.:i(ll. wl\] leave from the General Repair on a'.I Make Tru,
.1 : Beach BI'O Elks r I. 1601, nnier at 11 ail Electric and Acetylene w
Florida Institute ol CPA' A r
jckn and Cars
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repair" and Painting
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Phonft 3-2344. 2-66T.2 84" S.W. 8th Street
all its own!
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OF GREATER MIAMI"
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For over 25 years the name GORDON has been
Bynonomoua with service to the Jewish Com-
munity of Greater Miami.
B. W. Bennett Funeral Director
FRIDAY, JUNE 6,
During The Week .. .a* i see
By LEO MINDLIN
1 School Announces
"I am not here to ring you a tale of woe and misfortune," said I A Florida hind campaign for
i Sharett, Foreign Minister ol the suite of Israel, last Sunday Veshiva University's new college
night at ( e Dade County Auditorium, He indicated, instead, that
id come t" .rake a report of achievement and to invoke the as-
sistance of An.e: ran Jewry in the new democracy's Upbuilding, SUCCeS! 1 close at
[of medicine virtually drew to a
(luring a kiekoff dinner Monday
evening in the Monte Carlo Ho-
The state's 1952 quota of $75.-
000 was announced as filled fol-
lowing spirited talks by Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin. Yeshiva president
i who called the establishment of
the medical school "Jewry's sec-
ond greatest step immediately
behind the 'liberation of Israel,"
and by Rabbi Joseph H. Look-
stein, professor of languages and
sociology at Yeshiva.
In the second principal ad-
dress, Rabbi Lookstein traced the
growth of the all-Jewish spon-
sored university from an obscure
Rabbinical Seminary to its pres-
Both speakers indicated that
the new college of medicine
would serve a double purpose.
It would strike a severe blow at
the prevalent quota system di-
rected against Jewish medical
aspirants, they said, and would
also significantly aid in coping
with a shortage of physicians.
Toast master Samuel Levenson.
Air. Sharett spent the major portion of his address or, a thumb-
1 description ot Israel's development "Our return," he said, is
not ,i matter oi thru or tour years. Rather, it began some seventy
: i ars ago."
What followed wes a s/.'ntimental analysis of the Biblical
prophecy fulfilled. Underscoring the single, inspired souls who
first came to an arid lend, he romanticized the fact that the world
at large could hardly be aware of ? new course than being traced.
Despite history's recording of initial Turkish and Arab hostility,
he embellished his point ty stating: "Even the masses of Jewish
peop.'j themselves were ignorznt of the impending re-awakening."
Essentially, the Foreign Minister's attitude was well taktn. No
one can deny the emergent Jewish sell-reliance and national will.
It expressed itself most emphatically Here in the Jewish War Vet-
i n-' presentation .if arms at the beginning of the evening. Nor
an anyone overlook the new couragethe abandonment of rear-
; I battle and wailing in favor of free initiative. Even the ap-
for acceptance of statehood as an aspect of evolution was
5 nd argument.
But it wjs Mr. Sharett's rationalization of what he lirmed
violent revolutionary convulsions that proved most disturbing.
Drawing upon American history, he remarked that it had also
been our country's experiencj to resort to a war for freedom and
self-determination. Thus, he placed both himself and the state
he represents into a position of disadvantac/j. By finding it neces-
sary to make credible Israel's War of Liberation in light of our
severance from Britain, he confused unsanctioned revolution with
militarism that put teeth into a legal Ur.ited Nations action
rr.ovirg for partition and the establishment of a Jewish nation.
By calling for understanding of the independence conflict un-
inj circumstances, Mr. Sharett only succeeded in attacking the
tive ard determination he had previously lauded. He also I of Miami, called the medical
-. i i [real sensitivity to the issue oi unrestrained nationalism school another "milestone in the
caded I words and which he instinctively felt tasteless history of Jewish education." Co-
and ill chairman of the drive here was
* R Williams Apte. Dr. Abraham
Mr. Sharett made .. clever distinction between explosive forces R. Hollender, of Mount Sinai Hos-
i I change. The positive force (Israel's re-1 nth. for P'tal, represented Jewish doc-
hi I aeli T e negative force (the Arab War tors o| Greater Miami.
eration), he called catastrophic. Certainly, such ar- Yeshiva University College of
bitri rv ,,( finition is a mattei "I viewpoint. The Moslem world hard- Medicine will be part of a $61.-
Iv considers the Jewish renaissance either positive or miraculous: 1500,000 municipal hospital in the
does :t fetl its active bjection to be catastrophic.
The Foreign Minister's frequently untenable positions stem-
med primarily from this desire to be diplomatic. Forgetting that
he did not stand befors a shadow-boxing, international bod/ for-
cv.'r feigning politeness, Mr. Sharett failed to hit hard the truly
pertinent issues. In his needless cordiality, he placed the burden
cf querulousness on Israel when he should have poiniad out that
the Var of Liberation was a product of UN structural weakness.
In his characterization of Moslem militarism as catastrophic, he
disguised prolocal with naivete.
Only when he died out tint the Jews fought for the kevs of a
trj which lay in alien hands, did Mr, Sharett demonstrate that I will be held today at the Dade
' ponsible for Israel's determination. Only then, even if by ) County Blood Bank Building,
plication alone, did he indicate proper disregard lor Arab atti- '800 r-'W 10th Avenue.
sibli i opprobrium. Function of the luncheon will
be to discuss plans for maintain-
ing blood donations during the
summer months. The program is
Must tins be repeated?" part of a national move sponsored
By "this", he meant more than the ignominious experience of by President Harry S. Truman
eeting with Germans on their hone soil. (The Foreign Minister ;m
I-Bonn talks, only l.,st week, in New York and later in Wash-!"
hi earpn ssed disn y at the "resignation" of Professor Franz i
from the German delegation.) He meant the repetition of I
frustration felt by Jews outside the sphere of Nazi influence who
I do nothing but wring their hards even as thev watched their!
bi '' < is slaughtii
"What of Jews in Yemen, Irag. Syria and Egypt?" he asked.
TO his rhetorical question. Mr. Sharett answered in terms of time
which currently moves against World Jewry. "Something lies
on th\? horizon," he said, "a furious conflict driving across the
iar.d. It was clear that he meant Russian Communism, although
ne explicitly refrainsd from defining his allusion. Motivated once
more by diplomacy. Mr. Sharett left unnamed another major
force which may ultimately strike at the Jewish national effort,
ilteri tive to hand-wringing before future Jewish catas-
Bronx, New York. Total cost
I of the school will be some $25.-
Hold Iiim. Ik-oii
A Play Ball With The Armed
Forces Blood Drive Luncheon
The core of Mr. Sharetfs address lay in its end. Making ref-
to the currently halted Hague reparations discussion, he
nutAv puez -M "t t>lt>
<* *JOM Ajooj|8
Jl| |OOJ M0U UO (Alt |||
no* !mou pojirdoj jooj tnoA ah
SXHOM 1VI3W I33HS
ONY DNIJOOU sIOdHOO
' l'"ul11 "n|.v be a strong Israel. It was ir, this regard that he
nedtnenew and industrial development while
for added influx ol funds through subscription to the 1 ond
' '''" |l! "; : Hamn ond me to William
rived hen .! Yoel had been
:' n engineer in the Irani in oil fields
1 ';" ly- was 1 d with his rei oil on England's
ar plum ,. Persian attitud, i I Israel. Mr.
" '' the Wai of Liberation eliciti d egrlj yn p ,thv but
'' 'toundn ice oi orth idox Mosli n I el el had' sub-
stquenUy crushed every v. ,f warmth toward th new state
Ine principal propaganda, he said, concocted mainly in Egypt
is that the Jews were never on the coast and lh:t as a result of
the new state's jstabhshrr.enl, a whole nation had been robbed of
its property ard heritage. Mr. Yoel also pointed out that the
Moslems would never make peace under existing geographic con-
ditions. It wss clear from his remarks that the Arabs could not
underwrite a peace plan that deprived thorn of what they felt
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iv opportunistic and swayed with prevalent attitudes.
Thus, it became clear that Persia is currently wide open so
far es Communist expansionism is concerned. Jews there, he indi-
cated, who are loathe to leave their economic ascendancy must
cxDect inevitable racial difficulty.
Mr. Sharett's waring last Sunday night regarding Near Eastern
ems to be a valid one. Ignoring it. as Mrs. Yoel feels manv
n Jews are doing, an be nothing but utter tolly,
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Mrs. Edward Beck. r
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Members of Young Judaea in
the Greater Miami area will hold
a Bikurim Picnic on Sunday,
June 8th, at Crandon Park, Pit
A bus will leave the Bureau of
Jewish Education Building at 10
a.m. Games, sports, discussions
and singing and dancing have
been planned for the outing, stat-
ed Sy Friedman, director of the
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The Men's Club has fur its lead-
ers Sam Roden, president; Max
Click, vice president; Arthur
Borok, recording secretary and
treasurer: and Morris Moskowitz,
Gifts will l" presented the
outgoii g pi i sidents ol both
groups, 'l hi Sisterhood i>- en
tation will be made by Mrs Lou-
is Kassol i in Mi s. B< n n
Friedman. The Men's Club pres-
entation will be bj San Kalmus
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The 1951-52 Confirmation Class of Ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center. Top row 'left lo right) are
Jeanrj Goldstein. Belh Abrams. Eileen Weiner, Suellen Smelson. Linda Nash and Janet Sermon-
eta. Middle row (left to right! are Helen Hyams. Rose Kronsberg, Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Elaine
Chazen and Dianas Rubenstein. Bottom row Melt lo right) are Barbara Medcove, Zelda Jackson,
Francine Friedwald. Donna Makovsky. Sondra Levy. Janet Rubin and Maxine Brandeis.
A reception in the Patio for
the Confirmar.ds and their guestJB
followed the service.
her of the Youth Roundup.
A reception in his honor will
beheld at the Bemey residence
on Sunday. Among guests pres-
ent will be the Bar Mitzvan s
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Kaufman and Mr. Harry
Berney, oi Johnstown, Pennsyl-
Pioneer Women Cruise
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son Clu'i. will leave for a M.....i-
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Seas, from Pier 8. City Yacht
Basin, on Sunday evening, June
8th. 8 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Krieger
is chairman of the affair.
Air lews In Baseball
Gardner will discuss Jews
In The Basi ball World on Har-
old ShaDiro's radio program.
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The Cor.firmands completed 10
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PRETTIEST SIGHT OF THE WEEK was Roberta Leder
floating in to Sondia Palmer's nuptials in a cloud of blue net.
with Sylvia Naness a twin beauty Magnificent in a hammered
satin cocktail suit embroidered in pearls was Pansy Flaum. ar-
riving early with her special florist's creation for Sondraand
then giving the eagle-eye to the wedding setting .
This was Sunday, and the darnedest day for me. flying like
a mad thing from one Big Moment to Another. On Saturday ev-
ening. I began feeling uneasy about the way four separate events
in different areas were clocked to happenand how duty obliged
me to show at each. So I rang up the Palmers' home, rang up
Sondra's aunt. Mrs. A. C. Fine, got no answers on anybody's
phoneand finally, simply in a slew, my dear (as they say in
fine society'go: through to Mrs. Palmer with my apologies just
about the time Pansy came. It must have been a gorgeous wed-
ding. Anyway. I did get that personal sniff of her bridal bou-
The President Madison's Saul and Syd Cohen are vacation-
ing in Canada. They'd planned a Mexican trip, but Syd got ill
en route. She says they'll have to count on somebody else to ha
a Good Neighbor Returning home to Chicago are former Mi-
amians Ceil and Art Winkleman .
Montilla Ave. neighbors. I learned this week, are Larry and
Dorothy Simkin. and Saul and Mattie Chaftez. Practically next door.
Making the Blackstone her home, while her two little children at-
1 nd school here, is New York's Mrs. Harry Steinberg. She looked
so effective the other day. in a white cartwheel, a guest politely
csked, "Farm me, are you a famous actress?"'
WRITERS ARE BEING INFORMED that Florida Writers
Colony is staging its fourth conference beginning Sunday. June
22nd. at St. Petersburg, this year. Previously, they met in Venice.
For th'3 first time, a theater, music and art conference are pro-
grammed. Classes and instruction are offered in 12 fields in
which writers can turn an honest buck ... If you're interested,
address Joseph Lawren -1 the Detroit Hotel. St. Pete.
IN ONE WORD:
SMOOTH is Bert Lasky's new hair-do .
I'a potentials in the big Miami Beach
launched HOPEFUL is Sandy Scott over
duet ions looked into the Cameo Theatre Playhouse starting June
91 with Pranchol Tor.< in "The Petrified Forest" .
INTRIGUING is Dr. Abraham Wolfson's newly-enlarged
booklet. "The Road to Health and Happier Living." ESSENTIAL
to heppiness 'he points out) are the Four: Health. Enough money
to live on. Respect of our neighbors and friends. Social and com-
munal activities The booklet came orly this morning, giving
rr.e small time in which to examine it. but of course "enough
money to live on" prompted me to search on. like a hot financier
digging for Texas oil. to see what that really means.
I found it. and it's satisfactory.
Dr. Wolfson minces no meat: "although." he writes, "what
is plerly for one may be poverty for another."
Bug and Ruth B. /don. over m one of our islands, are working
Double Ring Ceremony Unites Miss Son,
Palmer To Gerald Paul Rosenberg Hm
A double ring ceremony unit- *-
. WINNING are Roz
beauty contest now
his live theatre pro-
up the music for Manhattan's latest sensation set for September,
ikii and Johnny," folk play with music. Bud picked up the
script on his recent trip to New York Same letter writes:
"Author? Youi :. \ I boy John Huston, of African Queen."
FOUND- ., ni a ri adi r of th:s column, and my goodness. I thank
She's charming Mrs. Simon E. Rubin .
Brief but welcome visitor from Beverly Hills was Sam Weis-
tord. brother of Mrs. Harold Granoff here. He's the William
Morris Wast Coast agency. I hate to admit it. but his California-
made navy blue linen jacket is the smartest thing I've ever seen
on a man and in the middle of his talking. I couldn't help my-
self, and blurted. "What did you pay for that jacket?" It makas a
guy look like a living doll. He recovered from his stunned sur-
prise and said. "$35."
He and Mrs. Granoff are cousins of the Bombay Hotel man-
agement's Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kauffman Also a cabana-relaxer
el the Bombay is Mrs. Daniel Herman, adorably like her own
Ifiree children Nan. Marsha and Laura. Can hardly tell which is
Mom! Husband is Sandra Post dress-shop owner now buildinq
another shop up at 71st St. .
Yeshiva's Dr Samuel Belkin and Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein
Mepped off the plane and into a large circle of devoted friends Es-
corting them into their hotel suite were Yeshiva alumni Rabbi
Louis Cassei and Rabbi I. H. Shoulson, Mrs. Shoulson, and the vig-
orous chairmen of Monday's banquet Sam Levenson and Bill Apte
J .eI tne i-quivalent of an exclusive first irterview. Notes which
especially impressed me: Over 2.000 applications from Jews and
non-Jews are pending, for entrance into Yeshiva's Coil-age of Medi-
cine .. Applicants for faculty number 250 already, from inter- '
national names in the medical field, pretty good proof this can be
Jhe most important medical center in the nation National Sci-
ence Foundation awarded 300 fellowships and four picked Ye*h-
jva. for study and research. No other University can make that
statement Women will win a rightful place at last, in this field
mad* so tough for them. One of Yeshiva's first honorary degrees
went to famed pediatrician Dr. Martha May Elliot. Eleanor Roose-
velt receives her honor June 17th Nothing like a fair shake!
Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Chan-
| ning will honeymoon in Havana,
Cuba, following their marriage
j tomorrow evening. June 7th. at
i the home of Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Only members of the immedi-
ate families will be present, in-
! eluding the parents of the bride,
i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spund, of
Washington. DC. the parents of
the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Gcr-
shi n Channing. of New York
City, and the Bride's sister and
brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Lenhoff. of Washington,
The bride is a graduate of Mar-
jorie Webster College, a member
of the National Dramatic Honor-
ary Society ar.d past presidert of
Adas Israel Sisterhood. Washing-
The groom is a consulting en-
gineer with offices in Miami. He
i is a graduate of the Cooper Un-
' ion School of Architecture and of
the University of Miami School
! of Engineering. He is also a com-
n issioner of the Dado County
Zoning Board of Adjustment, a
commissioner of the Miami Beach
Housing Authority and is presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter. Flor-
ida Society of Professional En-
Mr. and Mis. Channing will
reside at 781 Fairway Drive. Mi-
ing Miss Sondra Palmer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R.
! Palmer, 1560 Euclid Avenue, Mi-
! ami Beach, and Gerald Paul Ros-
>enberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
| Rosenberg. Greenville. South
I Carolina, took place Sunday ev-
jenir.g, 6 p.m., at the Delano Ho-
tel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
The bride wore an original
wedding gown of white satin
trirrmed French chantillv lace
scattered throughout with irides-
cent lovers-knots on the sheer
yoke and in the bouffant rylon
skit. A matching headpiece and
an imported figertip veil, with
white orchids on a Bible, com-
pleted her ensemble.
Matron-of-honor, Mrs. Anita
Palmer, wore a blue organza bal-
lerina gown and carried a bou-
quet of red roses. Maid of Honor,
Miss Sylvia Nar.ess, wore a pink
organdy gown and carried a bou-
Jquet of pink roses. Miss Roberta
: Leder. bridesmaid, carried an old-
' fashioned nosegay bouquet and
' wore a blue net ballerina gown.
Morris Rosenberg, brother of
I the bridegroom, was best man.
| Ushers were Jerome Palmer,
brother of the bride, and Harold
Mrs. Gerald Rosenberg
Kline, of Column!.. South Can*
Following their I rteymoon i
New Orleans, th, er>uple ,
planning I mot > throuJ
the southern stat,- and will the
make their horn, n Greenvflfl
ror her going-;....-, outfit ik
bride selected linen art
white nylon ruffli louse an
white match r. ,,rjes
.A. graduate Miami Bead
High School, rewlvwed Mr
Rosenberg attend) the Univei
sity of Miami, mi ng in jourr
alism, and has active i
public relations .. rk here. Sh
is also a men ;
Beach Masada and
University of Ala
majored in aer ;<1 tngin
coring. He is pri -,- a mem-
ber of the B'nai B'i and Jun
ior Chamber i :
Greenville. Hi presij
dent of the Indui rap Iron
I the Miami
a native ol
a, where ha
Technology Works For Israel,
wi s the title of a film shown
daring a recent meeting of the-
American Technion Society held
in the Greater Miami Jewish
Moses J. Gi undwerg, represent-
ing the University of Miami
1ZFA, reported on the collection
of books for the Hebrew Univer-
See* Film Here
sity ar.d the Institute of Tech-
nology in Haifa.
Mrs Stanley Epstein, a native
of Israel, will report on Technion
at the group's next meeting.
Temporary chairman of the local
chapter, which aids the Hebrew
Institute of Technology in Haifa,
is M. A. Baskin. Morton Fcllman
is tc mporary secretary.
ilvavh It'ini i
in si ail Oftivvrn
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Womer, recently installed
officers at a luncheon in the Sax-
Officers who assumed their
posts include the Mesdames Ben
Lebow, president; Sam Nudel-
man, vice president: David Alper.
vice president: Sam Pollack, vice
president: Max Schwartz, treas-
urer; Helen Sanders, recording
The Mesdames Maurice Welt-
man, financial secretary; Jack
Silverman. corresponding secre-
tary; Evelyn Deckay, assistant
corresponding secretary; Benja-
min ReiT.er, guardian: David
Denner. sentinal; D. Abramowitz,
social secretary; Milton Weirkle.
counselor; and Jeanett; Teller,
Trustee s are the Mesdames
Harold Turk. Ann Satin, Ida Opt-
ner. Harry Kaufman and Carl
Installing officer was Mrs.
Turk, whoso musical poem was
a feature of the affair. Principal
speaker was Paul Seiderman, lo-
cal attorney. Miss Enid Pallant.
member of B'nai B'rith Girls,
presented a pantomine skit.
Chan man wfcs Mrs. Max Sch-
Miss Marcia Fishman
Miss Tishnian, Allen
The engagement of their
daughter. Marcia Joy. to Allen
David Rich,-son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rich. 915 8th Street,
has been announced by Mr. and
Mis Al Tishman, 1040 10th
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the Universities of
Florida and Miami. She pledged
Phi Sigma cima Sorority.
Mr. Rich wgs graduated from
Newtown High School, Jackson
Heights, Long Island, New York,-!
and served in the armed forces I
overseas for three years. _______'
2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
The Family ol the late
wish to express their appreciation
ol the many kind expressions oi sympathy
during their recent bereavement
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pr. Joseph R. Narot.spiritual leader ol Temple Israel wU,
mrfe for Buffalo. New York, on Sur.dcy to attend the Annua
Invention of the Central Conference of American Habcis Dr
K^, Will read a paper on Jewish Theology before the Refo-m
Mr. and Mrs. Saul I. Kenholz will leave by molcr for the
hji in a few days, accompanied by their daughters, Helene
Cj Mrs. Sonny De Vorkin. and granddaughter. Michele. They
Tjll v'31' lhe Kenholz' son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs
"fa Bennett, of New York City. Following their Northern vaca-
fca they will drive to California, returning to Florida for '.he
todays. # ^ #
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein. of 600 15th Street, Miami
sach, will spend three weeks at the Shore Ciub with their child-
tan end grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Allen, cf Flushing.
Mr. end Mrs. Karry Spivack. of 905 Michigan Avenue, have
|tf !cr New York, where they will attend the Workmen's Circle
taventicn. Mr. Spivack is the organization's Southern direc-
Miss Lynn Rosenthal. daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Sidney
fccser.thal, is vacationing with her parents at the.r residence,
412 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach. Miss Rosenthal, a student
tEarr.cid College in New York, is majoring in public relations
Crd hes worked for the school's publicity department.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Waldman, of 2400 SW 12th Street, Miami,
|iill attend the graduation exercises of their son, Sheldon, who
L;e:e;ving a BS degree from the University of Florida. Their
Eon end dcughter-in-law. Major and Mrs. Herbert Waldman,
Kicned in Vviesbaden, Germany, have telegrcphed congratu-
Off for their annual trip to Israel are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
cldberc, of Di Lido Island, Miami Beach. They will return
jit:- in November.
Mr. end Mrs. Charles Lefkove, of 2230 SW 4th Avenue, ere
hiving for Atlanta, Georgia, where they will visit their son and
fcnghter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenson. There, for the
M time, they will meet their second great grandchild. The
kovfC will then travel to Boston, Massachusetts, to visit their
icr.ddcughter, Mrs. Mickey Cail, the former Lois Ghen.
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, of 118 West Di Lido Drive,
let tor New Ycrk late last week. Plans call for a possible trip to
Mr. end Mrs. Alfred J. Ullian. 859 South Shore Drive, and
b. Sophie Greenwald, of North Alton Road, will leave Sunday
I Gainesville, where they will attend the graduation of their
lldien. Mr. and Mrs. Morton N. Greenwald, from the Univer-
Jy of Florida. Mr. Greenwald will receive a degree from the
law School there. Mrs. Greenwald will be graduated with high
er.ors. She was recently elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi
fcppa Phi. honorary fraternities. Mrs. Greenwald is the former
Crrcc Ruth Ullian.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wishner. ol 2140 Bay Drive, announce
N birth of their son, Howard Evan, at the Saint Francis Hos-
pW'cn May 31st. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
peph Elock. Paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Ruth Brotman has left to attend the Canadian Authors Con-
wtion scheduled for London. Ontario. June 23rd through 27th.
*ss Brctman will then travel to Israel with Ethel Stark, noted
t*niat and Montreal Women's Symphony Orcnestra conauc-
to participate in the new state's August Music restivai.
Recently recovered from a siege cf illness is Abraham Watt
kx of -555 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach. Frequent, vta.
povsky end Solomon Steiner.
, Mr. and Mrs. M. James Stern have moved to the North Shore
No Apartment.. Mrs. Stern is the former Trudi Lach, pres.
W cf B'nci B'rith Young Women, District No. 5.
' b b J|
, Mr. end Mrs. Maurice Shaw, active in ***" ^
F^er-Grcnada Jewish Community Center are 'ee\.ng
M~ They will spend their summer vacation in Wh.te :Sulpju
b*V and a, their home in Valley Cottage^f ^
pw will celebrate their 42nd wedding anniversary wi
Joan Miller Weds
;"i M:s. OoigeR. Miller,!
. M' 1th stwt, announce
::-;'-' of their daughter '
;'> Harry Lewis.
lie, last Sun-;
IS M. Machtei officiated i
V f Which was held
e Starlight Roof of the Bis-
G'venin marriage by her fath-
ie bride wore white satin]
oif-snoulder neckline trim-
wrth lace, The lull skirt
caught in a bustle and ex-
train. Her illusion
teu lrom a crown of rhine-
' worn by her mother at
< Matron of honor was Mrs. Hy i
: "' the bride. Maid !
'in was Miss T. rri Fein-
cousin, and Miss Renee
Lewis, sister of the bridegroom,'
man was Hy Lipson, and '
- were David Lewis, bioth-
the bridegroom, and Ronald
R ider, cousin. Alan Wejr.berg '
: Rol .'it A. Feinglass, cousins
' e bride, and Herbert Rosen-1
clatt seated guests.
A reception followed the cere-!
Upon their return from
e i t edding trip to Virginia '
B( h, Virginia, the couple will
' Side at 170 SW 12th Street.
Announced here by Mrs. Fan-
Ruskin, of Brooklyn. New
York, is the e: gagement of her
daughter, Helene. to Marvin
Wiener, of 4821 SW 6th Street.
Graduated from Erasmus Hall
in Brooklyn, Miss Rusk n is
i ntly an Education Junior at the
Univi '.'. mi.
. son of Herman
W ener, New V k City, was
graduated from the University
last February, where he was
Juliet Oshlag Weds Dr. Hyman Lieber
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber
Announcement has been made
1 of the marriage at Miami Beach
! on Tuesday. June 3rd. of Mrs.
Juliet Neustadtl Oshlag. 2831
Prairie Avenue, to Dr. Hyman
Lieber. Mountain Home, Tennes-
The bride, who is the immedi-
ate past president of the Greater
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, and served
as the founding president ol" the
Nautilus Parent-Teacher Associ-
ation, is a graduate of Hunter
College. New York.
Dr. Lieber, a graduate of the
New York University School of
Medicine where he was president
of Alpha Omega Alpha, is a sur-
geon with the Veterans' Admin-
istration and a captain in the
phis. Tennessee, alter July 1st.
United States Naval Reserve.
Dr. and Mrs. Lieber, together
i with their daughters, Dorothy
I and Frances Oshlag, will be at
' home in Kennedy Hospital. Mem-
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of A B. Wiener, Miami.
He will be inducted into the
., rvici next month.
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A Few Vacancies Left Telephone 84-9121
Dr. Louis Lj tti >n will be in-
pri li n1 ol the Mian
Zioni -i D strici on
Sunday ev< ning, June 22nd, 6:30
: the Delano Hotel.
Othei officers t> !>: installed
Daniel Broad, S. A. Go idman,
Harry J. Sonz, Ehiel Lesowoder
I Harold Shapiro, vice presi-
:-. A\ x Van Straati n, tri as-
i.. :: Joseph Pardo, financial sec-
retary; Gil Rappapo! t. recon
ry; Judge Kenneth Oka,
chaii an of the Board; and Sey-
mour B. Liebman. associate
chairman of the Board.
Installing officer will be Rob-
ert Persky, of Augusta. Georgia,
Copy of resolutions prated to Mrs. L. J. McCaf h-ey and Honorable ?*orge E. Holl by .Anra Br n^
ner Meyers in recognition of the outstanding work they have done in behalf of Israel under the
Tusp^s of the Greater Miami Chapter. American Christian Palestine Committee. Picture left to
right are I S ShapofLMrs. Joseph S. Carp. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. George M. Cohen Honorable
George E. Holt. Mrs. L. J. McCaffiey. Sidney Segall. Anna Brenner Meyers and Rabbis Moses
MeXloff and Joseph Backovsky. Not pictured are Samuel Protterman. Mrs. Louis Glasser and
Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Leon Kronish. __________________________________|____________________
The dedication of monument*
to the memory of the late Ida
Krassnick and her son, Jack, both
formerly of 549 Michigan Aven-
ue. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday. June 8th. 2:30 p.m.. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating,
Mis Krassnick is survived by
another son. Max: daughters. Mrs.
Tillie Mitnick and Mrs. Minnie
Kupersmith, of New York City:
two sisters, Ciussie Gilbert anil
Dora Kassell; also a brother. Har-
ry Port. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rel-
atives -iii asked to attend.
Dr. Louis Lytton
nt ol tin Southern Reg-
Fi itu i ol thi vi ning will
19 > ai old violii i>t Miss Dl-
s: mi :. m inm r ol the Naum-
Award and student of Ef-
oi Music. Miss Steiner
by Mis. Al-
P d the pii ni an i by
[ Gli .' :
every Thursday evt ning
n ii p .!<'. The Golden Age
ip Club i> also planning
have :ts annual picnic at
Park on Sunday, June
I isls \, In Hits
Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Women's
Group chairman of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, has appointed Mrs. Aaron
Shapiro as chairman of a spag-
hetti supper to be held on Sun-
day. June 22nd. 7:30 p.m., at the
The committee includes Mrs.
Ralph Lang. Mrs. Aaron Roth-
man and Mrs. Hairy Zide.
College Daze, an all-musical
variety show, will be presented
by children of the Flagler-Gran-
ada Jewish Community Center
under the direction of Mrs. Paul
Draizer on Sunday evening. June
8th, at 7:30 p.m. The committee
includes Mrs. Alfnd Nadler and
I Mrs. Albert Altman.
At the monthly meeting of the
j I Center last night, Joseph Masters
j: and Mrs. Robert Tauber, co-chair-
m< n of the Bond Drive, announc-
'jed that 40r; of the membership
- been covered to date in a
; house-to-house campaign to com-
j plete the Center's S20.000 bond
Registration for the Cent' r
summer camp has been taking
place lor the uast week. ac<
' ing to Mrs. jo.-e Freed, .amp
. chairman, and Mrs. Nathan Trau-
n, youth > o irdinator. Camp
wul ..tan o June 23rd, and there
'. will b< threi sessions ol threi
a, k.- -. ach.
'jreiiMmn sS*t\-ov inn
rtahbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 Michigan Avenue
Israelite Center Picnic
The Dora Stein Sisterhood and
the PTA of the Israelite Center
will Hold a picnic on Sunday,
June 15th, at Crandon Park, Pit
Mo. 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A motorcade will leave the
Center at 9:30 a.m. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. S. L. Co-
hen and Sam Sandier.
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Entertainment and all other
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Ratbi Alfred Waxman, spir-
itual leader of the West Miami
Jewish Center, has been of-
l'.-rcd a five-year contract. A
native of England. Rabbi Wax-
man came here nine months
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,AY, JUNE 6, 1952
Cfj. Irving H. Sussman has
-' ',.,, first president of
d Greater Miami
.Jr cii Women's American
Ifber "-: era are the Mes"
tiHiTii:"" Gordon, vice pres-
et' Charles Wigderson, vice
-dent: Bernard Bcrman, fi-
W. R. Thomas
elect hi tl e I >
Schools, will be
J*. k-niiii ffprMifrin
TStSL!^ ***** Meeting
featured speaker B
8 <" Miami
Be, No. 1581, B'nai
JU. 11th. in the Hibiscus Mason-
Thomas will be introduced by
Milton Weiss, member of the
Mr*. In tig Sussman
ri secretary; Alvin Watson,
is...: A. i Salt/man, record-;
nd Miss Diane
ir. irresi iding secretary.
fttallati held at a
id.-cn early this week in the
m: 11 Miami Beach, with
S- Avrach acting as chair-
o. Irving Tillis spoke on: The
(ed Tn Belong To ORT.
(rg Dizati : for Rehabilitation
Bring is reportedly the lar-
private '.national training
cy in th worldi maintaining
K 450 voiatiooal training in-
tations in 22 countries. It is
[brated thai .r.iproximately 20.-
T-^Jdcnts passed through ORT
(o)slast year. The 150 Amer-
C:.apt.-: provide machinery,
pb and m iterials for the par-
|!r Greai r Miami Chapter
.ti again on Tuesday, June
8:30 p.m., at the Sans Souci
aple Israel Picnic
llh" Tempi Israel Religious
mel Picnic .will be held at
eyiiolds Park, Sunday. June
all day A motorcade will
pvt from the Temple at 10 a.m.
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,ij,j___, -.>... news, iiit'iiiuer 01 nil
w-dnesday evenmg, Dade County board of Publk
Instruction. Paul Seiderman.
program chairman, is in charge
of the meeting. George J. Tal-
ianofi will preside.
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Miss Elsa Levick
Klsa Levick To
He HiiN Mitzvah
Elsa Levick, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ai ert Levick. 637 Mal-
. .., Avi nue, will be Baa M tzvah
week-end during Sabbath
.-. via s of the Coral Gables Jew-
Miss Levick will assist R:.b! i
Morris A Skop in the Friday
.-. \ ice tonight at 815 p.m., ard
tl c mgregation. Hlt
parents will be hosts at the Oneg
S .ibbat tallowing.
irrow, 9 45 i n the Bas
. a ill ii terpret th
b .i :. r, Da' id Ros t
. .: of J : A. K
her s Lei's b<
Avenue, C Bl Ga
A i Lev^-k rter ol
: | x a
gown "f white i '"'''
i ada with a fitted jacket. Hi r
- : i -li n ;th illui ion v il was
attach) I to cap I i latching
li she i ids "n a
Ihe coupli exten i
. il hom jm on tO Jan-.:.: a, Haiti
and San Juan. Puerto R: They
will make th< ir permi ni nt reai-
di ii i in Miarri Beach.__________
Young Adult Dance
The YOU! B Adult League of
the Great -r Miami Jewish Com-
n unity O nter will hold a sum-
dance on Sunday evening.
June 8th. 8:30 p.m.. at 450 SW
16th Avenue _______________
tion <>f the Week and officiate
at the Kiddush. Miss Levick is
an honor student at Ponce de
Leon Jun.or High School. She
is also president of her home-
room, member of the Teen Age
Girls of the Center and attended
the Daily Hebrew School and
Saturday Bible Classes. She now
enters th.- Confirmation Class of
Klein Will Reside Here
Leonard Tobin Victor
Leonard Tobin was declared
victor early this week in the
Contable's race for District No.
5. after an official tally of ab-
sentee ballots failed to change
the initial machine vote in his
Oil i and d.rect rs ol Tern-
Israel's Club will bi
i Sal ''.* s iv-
, s i at the Temple, 8:30
Ra il Josep R Nai t, spirit-
ial will act as the in-
.: offi it.
E Fn I ng, pn sent
:. :ii cretary of Temple ls-
rai 1. assumes his duties as presi-
dent. Other officers t" be in-
stalled are H>man Kaplan. G.
Louis Mendelson and Frank A.
Perlman, vice presidents; Dr.
Rob. rt Lewis, treasurer: Dr. Les-
lie 1. Bukstel, secretary; ard
Henry hirsch. financial secre-
Board members are: Irvin
Beinhorn, Herman A. Binder,
Martin Bloch, Harold Friedman,
Norman M. Giller. Lewis Gor-
fine, Edward A. Klein, Edward
Quartin, Jack Sihillinger. Liry
Stone, Sidrey Wasserman, Ed-
ward Weill, Henry E. Wolff, Alex
Youngerman and Herbert E.
Kaufman, outgoing president.
Kaufman will be presented
with a desk set by the Board of
Newly-elected President Free-
hline has resided ;.n Miami for
U= the columns of the Jew-
ish Floridian for Legal Adwtis-
lrg. Messenger service2-1141.
FRIDAY, JUNE B, is
more than 15 y irs. He is th
president of Stylaneze Fuititun
Inc.. was ? former directo- (,
the Miami Furniture AssocialiJ
is a member of th > N-itional i
I sociation of Manufacturers.
Miami Chamber of CotcmmL
Mahi Temple Shriners and B'n]
He resides with .... wife. Mil
ion. and his son. Al, at 1231 st
Graduates Of The Hebrew Academy
if the 7th grade and The Hebrew Acad- dent, Fathers- Club of The He-
n j Chorus under the leadership b''w Academy.
11ret g luatini >1 The He-
a Acao ill : I ; '
': sdaj evei
. J 10
I 8 p.i o tl
peak I i ''
NOTICE BY PLBLICAT ON
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
TLOPIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
N \ It 1 V< I
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
it. o the B
-.-/. .-. ari n< ivn v. :i-
S. M .....i >' nd llli
1 i' '.' .1 r .
n .. ,. i ., k ol th. I
, i (if .,ii .. !...-. the 7th l.i \ "1"
J It |32 If ya i f.ill to .! -- i
iii, hi i.\ default will be ik.
:.. Th.- relief demanded the
iii' ..f 'omplsInt.
Thin notice iihall li* published once
areek '; ''.in ronecutlve week*
THE JEWISH KI.'iKII'IAN
I ii iNR \ N I IRDEREtl it Ml on
Ida, Ihi- 4th dav ( Inn--. A I'
i: B l.KATII'l'.Vt \N.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
11.ni. i '.iiifii \. Ploi lila
,. || ... ;...\ i
i: JOHN w\s-r.
I leputy i 'lei k
MtoNOVITZ A ARONOVITZ
v .,,... f> l'i nt iff
71. |te>'tx>ld Building
. .1 : 20
: Robert Strasaburg, music di-
rector. the complete program will
staged ; Miss Edna Sachs,
liamat i s insti a tor.
Bi ief greetings will r
: on behalf of affiliate or-
[i nizatlons by Mrs. Sidnej Ru-
in conjunction with the com-
1 mencement. graduation awards
and special Citations of Honor
m ill be inaugurate i. Awards have
been established in the name of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg,
["he Sidney M. App.l Memorial
Fou dation, [he Nylonet Con.-
pany anil The Mr and Mrs.
.), in 1 M. Broad Award.
.. on side: t ol The He-
bn v. Academy Women. Mrs.
Al ndi : K u lairtnan. He-
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
ILORIDA IN PROBATE.
In Ri I..- \TK OF
ERNESTINE \ ISRtW'SOX,
Hi ., .1
. All i" Iltoi and All Pel aona Hav-
iii Claln i naiKli A|
i.. i n .i : I. are h ehj
n i.. ,i .! i.i ilreil i pi -' -
ind di an i- hlch you
. i .-i the
BltNESTINE A BRCN-
- Dade i ounty,
Florida, f.. thi Hoik ibli
.1 i.i of I County, a
Co nty, !.." Ida,
i ii ii..i. .1
and to In -" nd pri enl I
Dati luni \ I li' -'.
1: | JOHNSON,
1 KNBtn INK A. BRl'S8t>N.
f 1 1
J/ Ml., nil. I .
. ai -i... foi n \ 1
I ,-, -. I
y deepest appreciation to my
loyal friends and supportets
ubo have.worked so hard to
make our victory possible.
1 will always be humbly
grateful for the confidence you
have expressed. I continue to
solicit the help of all citizens
during the next four years.
. w Ai ad 1 1 v Ro im Mothers:
Mi Irving Rub.nstein, president,
Chapter, Hebrew Academy
Women; and Irving Firtel, presi-
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lealrii I ;.iu.- In
III.....r the fi.-tiii'
fi 1.MI1 .RT tIRR S' '' rH I "!:
1 ..i.i. County, 1
.... id an w irh th* i
,,. ih,. 1 -ji, .1 1 1 .> 111 of 11.1 le 1
HAROLD I' WB18S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
li. BHTATE "I-
A JAI'' III l'i.' iTK IN own M
A .1 I'l.oTKiv and
JAI'IB I'l.i ITK IN I'.
To All CredltorH and All Peraona llav
Ini Clalma or l>emanda Agalnat
Sa >.l i:.-i iti
Yo 1 and 11 h "f 1 an hereb)
notified and required to preeeni an)
lalnrtff and demanda hlch you 01
either "f you. ma) have asalnat th,-
estate of A JACOB PLOTKIN, alao
kn-iwn .1- A .1 l'l.o|'KI\. and JAC-
OB ri.iiTKl.v .1......I-.-.I late "f Hade
Count]. FI.....la to the Honorable
County Judgea '.f Kadi County, and
file the mric In theli offlres in the
Count) Couri 11, i. 1 'ount>.
1 irlda, uithm itciit rnlendar mon'hi.
from tin- date of the flral publication
! ere. if Bald puiltnt. or dent
contain the legal addri
. i.i Mi.1 ni ami In ;.,
; enente I aa aforeaald.
DI l : .1
1 >..!, .'in e A.D
As I:.\.-. .ii. \ of : Laat
A JACOB PliOTKIN
A. .1 PLOTKIN, 1.....
SAMt'KL H. PKARI.MAN
Attori e) for fCxe
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE 1- HEREHY GIVEN that
1- name of
Hi iY'S REST Ml' I N'T, I :"- Wet
Flash Street, M an Pla intends
of I iade 'ount).
r .Y v. Hoima
STEPHEN !' KKSSLER
Attori a) foi Applleant
2280 W P,aglei Kl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deali..... i" engagi in
buelni aa under the fictitious name of
Atlll-'KT MEN'S SHOP, ..' 5223 N
W Mtb sii...' Miami Bpiings, Flor-
ida rnteaidi lo said n im
with the ''i,.,k of .,"- ClreuH Court
..f Dade County, Plortdg
Hl'TNER a Hl'TNER. Eaqs
Attorneys for NILS KRl'PP
"KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS
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Who do you know
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You have Iota of company when ye*
njoy Kellogg'! Corn Flakot, bocaiM*
jut about everybody likei thotO big.
tender, golden flaket of corn. They're
so froth and crisp you can hoar 'em
ruttlo when you pour 'om into yeur
Better have plenty on hand for
your dairy meals And oat to your
heart! content because Kellogg's
Corn 'lakes ore strictly Kosher, pre-
nred In complete accordance whil
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njAY, IUNE 6, 1952
'. 'h' '' "
M,s. Hermar H
Ry:.! Palm ,\
bsted ;n the L'S N
(d ovei i
idle and m
wen as can
was maftagei of)
r of i
lavicl Ilwrner To Glass*
Ip Confirmed imer\n L'-"-
}MiMiiiiMi Divid ICorrr.an Homer, son of Elks and the Miami !:
t. and Mrs Manuel Homer, of Zionist District.
Mid an Avenue. Miami | Alter graduatioi
ach. will --i-ome Bar Mitzvah the t rm ol
.narrow irring, June 7th. at H. Glasser, Miai
Ik Mian i :'. ach Jewish Center, tect.
Ebbi Irv.ng I.ehrman will of-;---------------------------
Beach B'nai B';ith
ter.ter n w School from
rich hi- l-. duated two weeks I Mii,mi Beach Chapti
ia. Hi- is ilso a student at the B'rith Women, will hold ,.
The Ba: Mitzvah attended the mi.-^. u i j \ i
toter H rew School from Women Mold Luncheon
jjjch hi- l-. duated two weeks I Micmi Beach Chapter, B'n;.
p He is ilso a student at the B'rith Women, will holi
llM.Fishti Junior High School, bership desert luncheon and
A Kiddusl reception will fol- party at thi homi | Mrs David
[., tl ices in the Center Alpei. 1725 Calais Drive, Tues-
Jfcng R lay, June 24th. l p.m. P:. .
--------- idmissii n is a new men ber Mrs
rreenberg Named Judge Alper
Bam Art mr Gie.nbeig, Mi
.. Beach attorney and partner
^ the law firm of Schonfeld.
fcwnserg & Heller, has been
rpointed Judge of the Surfside
iJDicipal Co Jit here. Judge
|nberg succeeds Charles B.
with Mrs. H< rman Sti n acl
In: Miami Beach Jjonii :
Chan b) r I Commerce has in-
stalled officers for the 1952-53
in J? P?9"?8lv Order of the West, national
th.''J. iUp.u M.,MOUrl' wi" hold its 37th Conven
through lOlh. orn? ISO delegates represerting 1
vrr-iTnVJ 'he ^iami Beach Jewish Center w
ShLi, S,ho"Vb0Ve 'left to ri9h,) are Harold
Shapiro, of St. Louis. Grsnd Secretary: and Sol
Leonard Cutler Bar
' Ii C itl r, oJ
"' ; M i ni, an-
' Mil ih of their
I Jay, tomorrow
Bi th David Syn-
Bar Mitzvah is a student
i the Shi nandoah Junior High
- hool and the Bet:: David Re-
Scl ol Hi is also active
in the Beth David Bowline
A Kiddush will follow the cer-
en ony .; th( Synagogue. An op-
n ouse will also b: held in the
M tzvi honor on Sunday
vi ning at the Cadillac Hoti I. '
Among out-of-town guests
'U will be maternal and pa-
ten : grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Wernicoff, of Miami.
and Mr and Mrs. Abe Cutler, of
Jewish Fraternal Organization with home offices
lion at th- Shore Club Hotel from June 8th
51 states are expected to attend. Rabbi Irving
ill gieet thj delegates at the opening of the Con-
Fr.-.'dman. of Chicago. Grand Master; Morris
Goldman, of Miami Beach. Convention chairman.
The Graduate Club of the Uni-
versity of Miami held its An-
nual Luncheon last Saturday at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, it
was announced by Herbert Sil-
ver, Nautilus School faculty
member and director of Camp
Osceola, Horse Shoe, North Caro-
Principal speaker was Dr. John
Tigert. professor of Education at
the University. Pierre F. Little,
Nautilus School bandmaster, of-
fered cello selections.
The Graduate Club is compos'-d
of persons holding the degree of
Master of Education from the Un-
*^^B^H- H 1 kI^-
5^^^ l ~*. a kjH ^p ^1
m: tf~' ^*^j ~r ilM H A *
1 || vfl
Israel Sackett To
Be Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs M 11 -. tt,
: 2418 SW 261 i I mci
the Bar Mitzvah I theii son.
Fsr ii i Ha vi y, loi
ing, 9 30 i i. .: th Israi I ti
An n the
Bar Mitzvah's n Sunday.
3 to 8 p.m.. at the Hotel
- I Collir.i Avenue.
in a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
IOC South Miami Ave.
Our 27th Year Under Sama
Beach Apartment Group
Urges Causeway Study
In a statement issued here.
| M. Broad, (.'resident of the
Miami Beach Apaitment Associa-
tion, announced that the group's
i ei Direct has recom-
mended ;' immediate study of
tl M:.(Arthur Causeway curve
hazai the Florida
State Koad Department, the Dade
County Commission and the City
ON THI OCEAN
32nd TO 33rd ST
in the ConluiMilal Mtnner
6 to 10 CM.
(BERNIE MAYEBON-S MUSIC
Scene from a third anual Bowery Night affair to be given by
w Coral Cables Young Adults at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
'tomorrow evening, 9 p.m. The program includes dancing, en-
nUinment ar.d a .---e lor the best old-fashioned costume.
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"/uFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
UlTflR DAOE COUNTY,
uf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
o FOR D
LpH -;i:i:i:n. Plaintiff
I'l'V I vfi-rwlant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,,-,; |.\|:KCI!ESTER HOAH
red I" serve a copy
to the Hill nf Com-
i, .. on Plaintiff* At-
,1 nie the orlslnal Answer
the Cler* ..r the Clr-
before the 2nd day
\ 11 1952; othei wise, the
for divorce he eto
will be taken as
,i in you.
i Iprlda, this 2nd
ol the Clrcull Court
i u. n, rlARDIE,
i B of
ICE BY PUBLICATION
.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ttvENTH .l-DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
rFLOR Ot. IN AND FOR DADE
COL'NTY. IN CHANCERY.
i\K Wll.i.l.lAM HEISER,
..... John Street,
Supply Room, Basement
V Sew Vi.i k
i n:\NiC WILLIAM HEISER,
I'll that a Mill of
ni fni Divorce hoe bean filed
i>ii are required to
ii Anewer "i Plead-
i if i 'omplalnt ,.ii the
r. All ney, BEN ESSEN, R23
I Bids Ml iml, Florida, and
Vnswer or Pleading
he Clerk of the Clr-
-.. Bryani Crescent
Brj ml G irdPiM
vot^ SSRa^ ....
tornej and i ,
wer In thi
the Clrcull i
nth day of June
daj ol May, \ u
"' 'I" I
A l>. i
Miami, i I,
before the 7ih
19.12 II -ii f.iil to il-i bo.
It will be take n
n .i.i demanded
ib i'li. 'i once
n iecul Ive a
RED at .Miami,
"f .1....... A I '
. Flot d i
\ w I
IT"E ClR... T COURT OF THE
j^DiCIAL CIRCUIT IN
'd for dade county,
Florida in chancery.
. i \.\i. Plaintiff
Mj -it \M. Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Hi .jIus, New Jersej
UtK 111 REBY NOTIFIED
|i ainl for I llvorce
-.nnst yi.ii in the
ise iimi you are
to serve copy "f
to the BUI of Complain I
attorneys, and file
offl.....f the Clerk
''"in on or before the
"' J ine, l52. If you fail
eni by default win
you for the relief
Bill of Complaint.
Florida, this 7111
! be published once
..'.'* '' >nsecutlve wet ks
' WSI Vf. BTOCKINO
ML\ Ell \- Ml l.l.civ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tut
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
BENEDICT HIMMEL, ,..
gy.fTON BRILL and MINNIE
i.i.II.I., husban I and wife h dlvld.
UBlly, ami as co-partners' tV-fi
ward KA1.,; ,hj';. M.-
RAPP and HAZEL M RAPE
'''>v "": "';' ALBERT FREE.
-MAN. ,,.| MART FREEMAN his
V:-rl:llyK\v l:"ssl Sards
Met 1 LLY. Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ALBERT FREEMAN AND
MARY FREEMAN, I .
whose _res ih n es are unknown,
EDWARD ItAPE, also known
as hli RAPP \ND HAZEL M
RAPE, hi. wife,
nnd to cm h i.i ...
any lie .!. mi, ti
Vol IEREIIY NOTIFIED
TON BRILL AND MIN-
BRILL, his wife, Individ-
I fwCm-tCIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLORtnl iUDIClA'- CIRCUIT OF
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
t" 'ii" Bill ,.f .',.
I'.IMAN ,v KAPLAN, ..."
ventJ, ilit court of the
UiOTiliUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FLOnm" DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA in CHANCERY.
.,i ,. No- 150273
* Yursich, Plaintiff
NOftre bI;s" lx"<>ndant.
llriM vBV PUBLICATION
l*raJr """'fed to serve a copy
'' "on ,,
.,, "I- "ff;
m Court .
if "f '
's of the Clerk of the
ti or before the Wth
A.D. I9.-.2; otherwise,
"npliilnt for divorce
herein will be taken
Miami, Florida, this 27th
A D. 193!
II \Ri .1.1) ZINN
Cnunt> .1 liefore the
30th daj of Jum
hii li thi 'on ...! I 111 In
.is confi \ :
The red to in
as being "all ol I he Koo Is,
and personal property now in the
place of bush located at 1313 S.M
sth Sti. et Mil" mil know n
as 'HIMMEL'S II ILL CHAIN BAR
\- RESTAl'RANT", ns the winu are
Izi'.l iii. ih. inventor} wh
tacned hereto, nnd made i part here-
of"; toftet her with tl rtes
crlhed leas. licet
and profits of the p i :.i de
Dated at Mini la, this 27th
day of May, 19.12
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the ('
Dado fountv. Florfda
Bj R II RR*E JR,
(Clrcull Court Seal)
1/30 6 8-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
FRED GARRISON, Plaintiff
MAMIE SUE OARRISON. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MAMIE Sl'E GARRISON
. .. Roaalee Brown
You are herebj notified, thai a Bill
.,f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you in the above causi
and you are required to serve a copj
of your answer on the I'lalntifts At;
torney and file the original hi tn
Office of the Clerk ot the Clrcul
Court on or before the lOth daj o
June, 1953, otherwise the allegnt on
of the Mill ol Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Dade ounty
i riorlda: aiid
ol the Clerk ot the Clr-
..... on oi lief..... the 23rd luv
If you fall to do m
't by del will be taken
n ini i.ni .. i nmplalnt.
, ,eh week i'" '" "'"Wtahed once
.'"'^l- AND ORDERED at '.Miami
Florida, this SSrd day of .May, a.d!
E. B LEATHERMAN,
1 'lerk, t'ln uii Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By JOHN WEST,
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
- foi Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Nori.'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
the nnd. slgneil, -to engage In
I ENTER ItESTAI I: \\T \M. BAR
: X. W. Til, Avi Miami, I- ., \
I lime with the
t Court of Dade
HANS M \RT1N HANSON
STEPHEN I' KESSLER
W IT SI
NOTICE U\Dt.-. FICTITIOUS
of the ( fuurl
Ki lYNER R M VNNHEI.MER
v lot Sash Apartmi
L'.-Ttl.l CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEAVNEr,NT^JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT IN
i !'','> V'i'IV;'' "' "" Petition
or WII.I.IAM II. MORGAN for the
Adoption of LINDA LEIGH CROM.
a Minor child.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
ROBERT F. CROMLEY.
" .. PlttsburKh City I'oh,,.
'i are hereby notified that WIL-
ll MORGAN h.is riled a p.-il-
this rails., for the a......tlon ,,(
VV'i.m- .'' .,f||lll Infant born to
ELK CROMLEY, now ALICE K
on the i Ith da; of Novem-
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvan-
.m.,;i.'-!ii I'-v-""'' ".'"" is 1-lNl'A LEIGH
lUOMLEY, and you are hereby notl-
",'" ';" .'" :""i .......ar in the above
styled Court on the I'Tth day of June,
lM. and then and there show
if any th. re be, wh} said pe-
" !,' '......!':' n -I aid minot child
all i" tloi i. should not be
ED ... \li,,mi. Dade County,
1 'Ida, on this 27th daj of May,
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
' lerk ot 'in ii,i Court
Dade County. Florida
By: M. C. FEIGE
i i.-imii \ 'lerk
XORMAN R. LYONS
" f"l I tltiom :
9J!'-12 Obmpla Building
r,'::u 6 8-13-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
SI TICE I.- HEREBY GIVEN that
the um tn engage In
l..l:...\ CLEANERS .\ LAt'NDRY
at :< N. w r.th Strei 1, Miami, Fla .
intends to with
th. Clerk of the Circuit Co
I1...... County, Florida
ley for Applli ant
i Ulsenyne Building
I, tLH=E.,-CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SALVATORE MARANO, Plaintiff
3i09 N. 17th Street
Philadelphia, I'a Defeiidant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i are hereby notified that a liill
iinplaml for I.Ivor,,, has I.....n
igiilnst you. ami you are requlre-
serve a copy of your Answer or
ling to the Bill of Complaint ..n
the piamuffs Attorney, ARTHUR c
MASKI, .lit. ||09 Pan American Hank
Building, Miami. Florida, and rile
ih- original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 17th daj of
June, 1932. If you fail t.. .1., so. jiidE-
menl by default will be taken
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill ..i Complal
i II be published once
each week I ...... i...
In THE JEWISH FLORIDI VN
DONE AND iRDERED ; VI
. this 16th day of \i \
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the in .i".- ring tu engage In
ler ih. fictitious name of
lll'SY BEE EXTERMINATORS, at
i"......ty, Florida. Intend t.. reg-
ister iId name ith the Clerk ..f
the Clrcull Court ..t Dade County.
JOHN JAMES PAGE
STANLEY I. DREVITSON
kttoi nej for Applli ants
n.'i" Lincoln Road
1 ., is-30
11. LEATHERM \\,
I M | |
Bj IVM IV STOCKING,
I >ep it
ARTHI'R C M \s>l. JR,
Iios I i Bank Build
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
DANIEL CAMING, plait
SHIRLEY CAMING, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO SHIRLEY CAMING,
s^"> Hi.....ks Lane,
"... .nv required t. s, .v.. a copy
of the Answer to the Bill -.f Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG, I:'.. Lineoln
Miami Beach, Florida, and file
ih. ..i Iglnal in the ..rri.-.- of the I !let k
of the Circuit Court on or before
June 12, 1952: otherwise, s-,i,i Bill
will he taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 12th das ..f May, A.D.
B. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ..f tin- Circuit Court
By R. II. RICE, JR.
-, U-28-JO .1 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GREGORY APARTMENTS, at IM0
I5th Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
intend to register said name with t .-
'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
J. C. CHVTKOW
HARRY J. SON/.
GENET A GENET
Attorneys for > iwners
l:'" I,in. i.In Ko.,,1, Miami Beach
5/23-30 >' 8-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CLIFFORD II. MARK, Plaintiff,
JACQUELINE M. MARK.
BILL OF COMPLAINT
Tl >: JACQUELINE M. M VRK
113 Ma tlson Hill I.
South Giu8tonburj .Connect it
Ol\ JACQUELINE M. MARK,
are herebj notified that a Bill of
complaint for Divorce has been I
trgalnst you. and you are required to
lerve a cops ol youi Answer or I'
ln to the Bill of c,,i.....nlnt on the
Plaintiff's Attorneys. DUDZIAK &
M1GOSKI, B351 Blscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida, and file u.....rig it il
Answer oi Pleading In the office ..:
tin- ci.-ik of the Circuit Court on or
before the '.'th .lay of June. 1953. If
you fail to do s... judgment by default
win be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Dili of Com
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this sth day of Mav, A n.
IM >N E
E. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Cdunty, Florida
By WH, w STOCKING,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
LOIS A. MAR8TON, Plaintiff
OLIVER M. MARSTON, Defends .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tor OLIVER M. MARSTON
0 Till ..MAS | ill.I.i >N
YOU a:-. required !> serve a
of your Answei
for i v......ii Pis miffs At-
loi nes ami mil An-wer
in the ol I ii of the Clerk of : cir-
cuit Court on ...
lint for Dl
I iATEI > at SI
of M A.I '. IH
i: B. LEATHERMAN
lei k of the cl i in
I iade '- .r.ty,
10-12 il: ii!..i Bull
- .: 6-13
.,' of the Circuit Court
"" le County
, U C FEIGE,
'lEIlERY iHVE.N that
'.' "ndeV'.i' J!'",'-' '" "'. iii
*Kl.l. ..': "'"'.....S name of
Av.', I M-RANT, at >90 N.
M ami, Fla.. Intends
.'mine with the Clerk
'"' of Dade County,
>VITZ AHS W KIN HECK
Wl ,,r ,AI!"XOVITZ
ttth das of Mav. 1952.
K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Cl ult Co
(Circuit Courl Seal).......
By M i' FEIGE,
Attorney for Pl.nntift
i'l's N. !: 2nd Av...
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
of Dade ''"'"'', ',?;:',! WEAK NC,
NA8I IN Ml'''" '; ,
KOVNER a MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for___ ,,.,..,i, i\c
NASON KIDDIE WEAR, !'
a Florida du-poratlon
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE oF
ATWELL ODAM, also known as
VTWARD ODAM, ATWOOD
ODAM, CHARLES ODAM and
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
NOTICE Ii hereby given that I
have filed mj final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administra-
trix r ,.....state ot ATWELL ODAM
, Wd and thai on the it>th day
f June. !!>-.-'. I will ai'l'ly ,' '^
IP.....table County Judges Of Dade
Counts' Florida, for approval of said
final "report and for final discharge
M Administratrix of the -.state
ATWELL ODAM, dec**aed.
" '-,,"Uy 0,MAGGrE"oDAM
HAROLD SH VPIRO
Attornej for Maggie Odam.
Administratrix ol is';'
Atwell iMam. deceased.
5 16-23 S I 6 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fin nioiis name of
M amT SHORES B & 10c STORE, at
i and 95M N -1'"1 Avenue, Ml-
:||T;| Ihores, Florida. Intends to reg-
r"sHl. name With the Clerk of the
ni" curt of Dade ''ounty, Mar-
It M, CARPER
GEORGE J. TALIAN'-FF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Ha.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
MURRAY LANDY, Plaintiff.
ISABEL!.E .1. LANDY. Defendant.
TO: 1SABELLE J. I.ANDY
IL':! East ggnd Street
New York. New York
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, ISA BELLE J. LANDY", are
hereby notified that a lilll of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE J.
TALIANOFF. 42ft Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 12th day of June.
I.i.".1 If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IW)NE AND ORDEREO at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day of May. A.D.
E. D. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
tCircuit Court Seal!
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
GEORGE J. TALIANoKF
An..iney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:, |.;-L':'.-30 6/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
LONA MATOY, Plaintiff
CLIFFORD MAToY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CI.IFFi.KH MATOY
You ai" herebj notified that s Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce lias I.....tl
filed against \ou, ami you are re-
quired t.. serve a copy ..f your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill Of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
HERMAN W'EPMAN, i"7 Blscayne
Bldg., Miami. Fla., and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the ci.-ik of the Circuit Court
on or liefore the 16th day of June.
li*52. if you fall to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 15th day of May. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
("lerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WH, W. STOCKING
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