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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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ttJI 5^JME"25 Number 24
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
srael Moves To Set Aside
Fund Percentage As Loan
JERUSALEM (JTA)- Tens of thousands of Israeli* gathered outside banks in lone
^ge their currency for the new bills which became legal tend,, anoronTuesday*
** a" transac ions excep the exchange ocurrency ;n 48.nou,. b'ank VolioW^id
queues to
The banks
Uow night. All other business continued in" orderly" tehtoTwith uavm, n/'homV Zua}**"*! *u
J;0ne pound bills and change. The exchange was ordered in a E* by check
gby finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan wheT revealedMftST the announced last
eminent would set aside ten percent of all sums on deposit over holding old Israeli banknotes of
pounds or all notes larger than one pound as part of a compul- on., pound or half-pound denom-
inational loan by which the government hopes to raise 25.000.- iMtlon ,. m h ,, I
sf.hUi/,. itc lnatlons ill be able to deposit
Federation Board Meets; Elect Members
To Budget, Executive Committees.
Presiding at his initial meeting with the Board of Governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. President Carl Weinkle
commended leaders here for their role in the 1952 Combined Jewish
Appeal. Some 90 persons attended and elected 30 members to the
Federation Budget Committee and 50 persons to the Executive
Committee.
renew
lertificates will be issued for
withheld portion and the
'pounds towards its development budget and to stabilize its .
these notes against official re-
It criticizes the government for ceipts in bar.ks whose names and
not having any "constructive addresses will be rel
maturing in 15 years, will measure' to announce. The paper .
'four percent interest. The does not see any possibility of 'l was f"""H-ed '" few York
ce Minister also disclosed improving the economic situation Dv tne Israeli Office of Informa-
t the government will soon by, freezing 10 percent of the flon- The deposits will be cred-
mit to Parliament a bill aim- money in circulation. Such a ltod to the owners in a blocked
at forcing property owners to move, it says, will not encourage account held in Israel by the Is-
lncreased production or capital lael National Bank,
investments. The announcement emphasized
Haaretz, independent news- that owners of bills above denom-
paper, says that the government inations of one pound will not be
move was unavoidable ar.d is the afforded the same facilities, since,
logical result of the government's according to a law valid since-
new economic policy which has i the establishment of the state,
failed to accomplish its objec- i only banknotes of one pound and
tives. The paper considers the ; half-pound denominations were
move not too heavy a burden permitted to be taken out of the
on the Israeli people and, there- country. It is. therefore, pre-
fore, welcomes it. At the same j sumed, that all bills of higher
time, it stresses the view that i denominations were taken out of
money exchanges and obligatory the country illegally.
loans cannot replace necessary Deposits of Israel currency
President Weinkle expressed
optimism for the coming year
and indicated that the present
group could set the pace for
greater member-participation
through their own organizations
in the work of Federation dur-
ing the next 12 months.
Federation Executive Director
Morris Klass reported on the rec-
and Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel.
Weinkle subsequently announc-
ed several committee appoint-
ments: Sam Friedland will act
as chairman of a committee to
select a campaign chairman of the
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal,
Stanley C. Myers will head the
Community Planning Committee.
Chairman of the Finance Com-
tnbutc to the compulsory
r. Kaplan is scheduled to
;e a statement in the Knesset
^Bmitow on the compulsory loan
the exchange of currency.
anwhile, political leaders
m confused by the develop-
lt ar.d are awaiting the Min-
ns statement, after which a
-scale d< bate will begin in
iiairent. The Knesset praes-
has appealed to the gov-
ent not to delay submission
be released later. | ent meeting of fthe National Con- mittee is Charles Fruchtman. and
ference of Jewish Communal j Aaron Kanner will head the Mul-
Service held in Chicago, and at- j tjP!e Appeals Committee. Louis
tended by top professional work- | Heiman has been named chair-
ers representing agencies in the)man of the By-Laws Committee,
Greater Miami area. Describing while Sidney Lefcourt will head
latest developments in welfare'tne Personnel and Office Man-
Ihe bill to include property fundamentai changes in the I must be effected prior to June
E In .If!.?.!?"^-^ I country's economy. j 22nd. the announcement said.
American Holders All currency not deposited by
People in the United States that date will no longer be valid.
that all sections of the popu-
on may be involved equally.
Public Pussled
Ji political leaders and the
liKlhT^mrXtv Truman Affirms American-Israeli
Friendship; Receives JNF Award
WASHINGTON. (JTA)Presi- Truman stated: "I am glad to
dent Harry S. Truman indicated sav that Israel did escape the
his desire to visit Israel in an ad- wj,d swinKS 0f the meat axe in
&WNahtiohnea, -SS-dfi-! *. ~ bu *? *\
here marking the completion of An attempt was made to cut
Kfar Truman, an Israeli village down the funds that Israel needs
of 180 settlers bearing his name. tll ni.|p |!s(11 tll lai services, he discussed addresses
delivered by Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver and H. L. Lurie, associate
director of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Aaron Kanner, chairman of the
Nominating Committee, present-
ed the candidate selection to the
Budget and Executive Commit-
tees. The Budget Committee, un-
animously approved by the
Board, will consist of 21 mem-
bers and 9 alternates, the latter
to serve in the event regular
members are unable to fill of-
fice.
agement Committee.
Fifty leaders in the field of
social welfare, philanthropy and
community service were elected
to the Executive Committee.
They include Jack Ablin, Sam
Beckerman, Sam Blank, Leo
Chaikin, Joseph Cherner, George
Chertkof, Al Comanor, Ben Dan-
baum. Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell,
Sam Friedland, Charles Frucht-
man, Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Dr. Meyer J. Glick, Emil
Gould. Louis Heiman, Howard
Kane, Aaron Kanner, Leon Kap-
lan. M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe Kur-
man, Sam Lachman, Sidney Lef-
Regular members are Jack Ab-
lin, Sidney Ansin, Leonard Barr, court, J. Gerald Lewis.
Mrs. William Capland, Irving Levenson, 1
Cypen, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs.
Myra Farr, Louis Goldman, Sam
Louis
Lyttdn, Joseph Meehlow, Max
Meisel, Ben Meyers, Jack Murav-
lplaint than might have been
icipated. More than one per-
fwai heard to exclaim today:
Ssnk God, I have no money."
Oien In announced the ex-
je onli i at a press confer-
* last : ight, Mr. Kaplan esti-
ited that there might be as
h as 170.000.000 pounds of
"ncy in circulation in Israel,
rency in circulation in Israel, "Th.. amwth n--d oroeress of ., ..
tthe Minister said that the tne ew* sS5 of Isne? are a "'-" lhr"h J^P* lts
eminent would not be sure solm.c 0f great satisfaction to resources and to place its econ-
W it had all been turned in.
e process of exchanging the
will take two weeks, after
icn thi' old currency will cease
have a: y value.
Ince it is illegal to take Israeli
racy abroad except in one
id notes or less. Israeli con-
abroad have been instructed
exchange only coins and bills
to one pound in denomination.
fger bills arc assumed to have
J"1 sn,uggl d out of the coun-
and are <>nsidered void.
We- recognize the seriousness
the measures we have just
'Pted." Mr, Kaplan told the
conference, "but we see the
*ssilv '"i the stabilization of
' current-. He pointed out
t although the current year's
Mar budget is balanced, the
wnment r.eeda added money
meet ,Is ,, velopment budget
h,as de ided not to issue
,. ""nltnotes or securities to
^ either the development or
?e"'ns|- budgets. He empha-
that the government ex-
ail citizens to make sacri-
necessary, to help in-
ire country's economic in-
voaence,
Mixed Reaction
anwhile, the exchange of
."<>' and the compulsory
,nn as '"' t with a mixed re-
Dava'," ,,,,('SS here"
lrnm" a lln Labor paper.
*wnw ,he government's de-
as 'another move in the
or of recovery of the mon-
^'tualion and decrease of
me, Mr. Truman said. "1 had a firm, sill-sustaining
faith in Israel i yen before il was foundation. But this cut was de-
established. I knew it was I ased .ilr(1 However, the amendment
-&%iiSS,S?S! that was made in the Point Four
Jewish people since the days of Program will cut the funds fo.
Moses. I was sure that under the the countries that are neighbors
leadership of President Weiz- 1(, [srae] and for the free coun-
mann. Israel would takl it- place uu.s (|. A!,.,.,-
Mr. Truman's appearance at the
.dinner marked the first time that
Goldstein, Archie Greenberg. chick, Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
William Kneapler, Ralph Lach- Stanley C Myers, Rabbi Joseph
man, Ehiel Lesowoder. Irving Narot, Max Orovitz David Phil-
Saal, Arnold Seeder, Sam Sha- 1'PS- Mrs. Harry Platoff, Joseph
piro. Leo Sheiner, Fred Shochet. M- Rse- Dan B. Ruskm. Heroert
Harrv Sirkin, Rabbi Morris Skop Scher. Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Monte
and Harold Thurman. Alternates Selig. Jacob Sher, William D.
are Naphtali Wcidberg. Harry Singer. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Judge
Simonhoff. Jack Muravchick. Harold Spact, Joseph 1
Sam Levenson, Dr. Morris Good-
man. Isadore Simkowitz. Sylvia
Chertkof, Leon Jacobs and Larry-
Rosenberg.
The Budget Committee, func-
tioning on a year-round basis, is
expected to hold numerous meet-
ings in the period prior to the
launching of the 1953 annual
campaign. Weinkle officially
Wl lc (imed its newly-elected mem-
Carl Susskir.d, Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein and Carl Weinkle.
strong supporter of the ideals ol
of I?gerated purchasing pow-
citizenry." The paper,
s strongly pro-Govern-
1 ys that the new move
"eip to stabilize the coun-
JUatio^nn'-v and ,0 hold back
**er, organ of the General
opposed to the present
>r ca the government's
another desperate move."
human freedom.'
Pointing out thai "it was a an American President spoke be-
great pleasuiv when you n tot organization. A
eat o casiire win n von ii.nm-.. i... ,. ,.,...... ,", i----- ii
le of he new villages ol Israel thousand Jewish leaders from all
ll in int iit 5 _.-j. ___. ,u., .,mir,. uwn ni-psent
Jewish DP**
Art* Heaten
MUNCH (JTA) Jewish DP's
at the Foehrerwald camp today
asked the Joint Distribution
Committee to facilitate their mi-
gration from Germany following
bers and pointed out that their a raid by German police on the
deliberations and decisions were: camp, the last DP center in Ger-
1 many.
The DP's told a JDC represen-
tative that during the raid the
considered. pivotal to the well-
being of the Jewish community
here.
Six additional members were : German police beat the Jewish
also named to fill existing vacan- camp inmates with rubber hose
cies on the Board of Governors, and some of the Germans threat-
These were Isidore Simkowitz, ened the Jews with pistols. The
Isidore Cohen, Maurice Orovitz. raid and the police handling of
Leo Landis. Mrs. Sam Friedland the DP's led to a clash.
will have a
wonderful future. ;;j"fi.;;;n(1>-hi in wai ,
*; .rnguting i, and planting trees grea --fiH
un. it-...Th",.,.r-:;r i; ^ \ m -****
way to build a nation
with the land itself.
Z oun'deVof you, orjanizaUon
dedded to correct thte situation m
Israel. The work you have done
is an outsanding example of wht
can be done to help mi p- f
throughout the Near East to help
thR^nngo,hecc.fhc,m^-
inked with American security.
He cxp.esscd satisfaction that the
proposed allocation for Israel
under the Mutual Security Act
was not 'educed by the House
desnite the "grievous slash in the
aoor orations made by.penny-
wIsTSnd pound-foolish individ-
uals."
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
ZIONIST FRONT
There will be no compromise presidential candidate at tne
forthcoming ZOA convention ... AH efforts at resolving the intern-
'< al conflict have laded ... An indication of what may happen at the
convention emerged recently in New York ?t the closed sessions of
the ZOA national executive and administrative council Tne
Millerites, I learn, won out on every test vote by small majorities
, The Miller backers were quite jubilant over what they called a
powerful pro-Miller trend ... It was the first time in several years
that the Silverites were so triumphant at a ZOA conclave The
opposition however is minimizing the Miller victory, claiming it
had merely been outmaneuvcred Oupositior. members p-*vately
charged that all pro-Millerites had been rounded up in advance to
make sure of their appearance at the sessions Objective observ-
ers of the scene believe RsbW Irving Miller is slated to be the next
ZOA president if a three cornerd race cannot be avoided .. How-
ever there is talk of a deal between the Redelheim ard Shapiro
backers Under such an arrangement, one of those candidates
would withdraw from the race, and in consideration of throwing
' his backing to the other, his supporters would be assured of a place
on the executive ... In simple language it means that the with-
drawing candidate would be groomed as future ZOA president with
the blessing of the new administration However there is a dis-
tinct possibility that Shapiro will not countenance a deal Dewey
Stone has recently been telling friends that there was mounting
sentiment for Shapiro who intends really going to bat for the of-
fice According to Dewey, the pro-Sh3piro swing has been grow-
ing in numbers and prominence .


PAGE 2
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FRIDAY
JUNE'
Diana Steiner To Perform At Zionist*! ZionintH [Yowig *?** ^ansa^T
, r> i Thc Coral Gables zionM D Hear Br. Affair; Install Dr. Lytton President wet win hold a card party on, 0nSundayevcnm*. Juneup. '*eanesdaJ
Nineteen-year-old violin prodigv Diana Steiner will be guest the lawn of the home of Mr. ar.d .8:30 pjn., Dr. Melvin Gardner, I' mccting J
soloist during installation ceremonies of the Miami Beach-Israel j Mrs. Max Fnedson. 1691 Netnia I Mian ,j Bt.ach psychiatrist, will,.,, D..' velt Tem(3
Zionist District on Sunday evening, June 22nd, 6:30 p.in.. ;.t the
Delano Hotel.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton will assume the duties of preside:.t. with
Robert Persky, Augusta, Georgia, acting as installing officer.
Drive. Sunday evening, June
15th. 8:15 p.m.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes the Mes-
dames Morris Simon, Maphtluli
tember. 1950. when she won the Weidberg. Daniel Cravitt, Meyer
SI.000 National Music Contest Fein and Matilda Mitnick.
held in Washington. D.C.. offered
jointly bv the Friday Morning
Music Club and Patrick Haj
: of t.-.e Hayes i
Bunau.
Miss Steiner was also the in-
itial prize winner of a Nash
address the B'nai B'rith Young
33. Pv, ,
'
!
Summer Camps
Registration On
Registratioi at th thn e sum-
mer Day Camps of the Gre ter
Adult Group in the fourth talk | Jf6*?^Ruth^Ch? *l
;;;'. S.stcrhood
' ,he Tern
onjv,
in a series on Preparation For |teas was Mr" niylHP- (9
A g
will (
tivitie:
Jure 18th. 8 p B,
Marriage.
Subject of Dr. Gardner's talk
will be: Psychological And Sex-
ual Adjustment. The lecture ser-
ies is held in the Bureau of
Jewish Education Building.
,aa Mrs. B ;
A general sSrtiSf*
will "d?
tivities
Jure If
Avenu".
rt'Ir'Ple'i
m
OUmo St ner
Miss Stein, who will b
med at thi piano by Mrs.
Al lert Pick nd at the 'cello by
automobile on Paul Whiteman's Mian:: Jewish Community Cen-
Radio Teen Club Program award- ter is Rearing completion with
ed for appearing on the program the approach of the camp season
six consecutivt weeks by popular beginning Monday. June 23rd.
voti At the Miami and Miami Beai h
Her most recent prize was Branches, the camps will run for I
grartid Miss Steiner last April, a period of eight weeks unti
when she received the Walter August 15th. The camp at the
W. Nairn.hurg Musical Founda- Flagler-Granada Jewish Cum-
tion Award which carries with munity Center will have a nine-
it a Town Hall debut recital in week duration beginning June
V a York City. Miss Steiner will 23rd. and ending August 22nd.
maker her rkbut on October 7th. A wide range of activities is
' this being offered at these ramps for
Reservat ons for the Miami boys and girls between the ages
Bea I I Zionist District In- of five and twelve. Swimming,
stallation are in charge ol Fred Softball, badminto:-. arts and
Jonas, 5-0346. crafts, nature study, dramatics,
-------------------------------folk dancing, modern and social
Free Lolll 4rOU|> : ncin8- movies, trips and pic-
BB nics will be included in thi sea
IIVar.H HallDI NkO| camp program
Ul in-il \||.<>|iiii. The Miami Branch camp is lo-
ill.II .? < llll^ ated at 450 sw l6tn Avenue.|
Rabbi Morns A. Skop. spiritual The Miami Beach branch
f^HOROlTZ-
=: ft?
01
hear I
. their 1
ty. In 2
. Camp will have three three-
n for
iod will end June

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Uy. JUNE 13. 1952
I'll Say...
, .. ting the opulent splendor of King Solomon's
[,-.], Book of Kings declares: "Once every i
K'-ame the navy of Tarshish brinKinn gold
it ivory :uid aPes- and peacocks." Nothing in
indicates the land visited. The presumption is quite
1 in favor of India, the original habitation |
r Conceivably, the precious metals, eleph
-rid monkeys could be found elsewhere, Bui I
,, Rive away; especially since Tufciytn its
l-al in Hebrew, from the Dravidian Tafcoi, is 1
un wed recorded in any languag. .
t'0W COMMUNITY
PThH contact between ancient Israel and Indi i
L.,ntiv established long, long ago. We have n
bor documents to go on. But a visitor to Cochin is
rehow conscious of the antiquity of its Jewish
liniU" The Copper Plates in the Paradesi Synagogue,
Corciin'4 the grant of hereditary rights from the king
ft.Jewish leader, go back to the 5th century ii ex-
lr. testimony means anything. There are scatti
I om medieval travelers. But in 1408 V.
Gamma finds and mentions Jews in his writings,
. Portuguese discoverer is buried in a cl
L far from the street, which later the English n
k Ton
HRIST/.l.V lilOOTRY
r., p tuguese held Cochin for well over a cen-
L, The marvel is how the Jews survived. Th.
f nd their Spanish cousins rate as the worst
t in that age of religious bigotry, Thi
fcrti'il the Inquisition, and Indian history becomes
fete with cruelties and persecutions. The spectacle
TJtugui ivagry is visible today in the Elephant i
I land near Bombay. In the dim past, '
I ill wed out of stone ribbed moun
f, were carved from the solid rock. T.v
[',',' ores are invaluable to students ol
I .. of social science. But Po I
tjal i used this precious statuary as
t gun practice of their primitive mate:
Thfs vandalism took place durii
f nee, when in Italy ancient statu
ii out, studied, and cherished.
The Dutch defeated the Portuguese and relief came
oppressed Moslems. Jews and Hindus, [n thi
I English brought still more freedom and
ly ( nomic opportunities that followed in the wake
the Industrial Revolution.
[enore Josephson j Stanley Bargteil
*Jmisli Fhrktirin
PAGE 3
DIVISIONS IX COCHIN
rod
I Hindu neighbors
ildest
.. compL..
i liagment is unquestionably
White, Brown and Black Jews
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
she joined in singing a Hebrew hymn. My inquiry
brought out that she belonged to the third group, the
'Brown" Jews of Cochin. These Meshuararim are sup-
posedly the descendants of freed slaves. Their relig-
ious rights were restricted in the Synagogues of the
...ii in Bombay.
CONTRAST WITH BENE ISRAEL
lh" 'v (P^ups mble in appearance, in ec-
u.damentdl difference in their military history. When
English invited native Indians into their' armed
!,'.;'" 1;"' I I ei listed m sizeable numbers.
i n ^ evi n showed enthusiasm for the uniform. A num-
nk of Subedar, the highest
'.''', -ys by the British Raj. The
! 1 for their in-
telligence, then- steadfastness, their loyalty.
WHITE TYRANNY
The "Whiti Ji ire descendants from Scphardim,
in to drift in after the Spanish expulsion, from
im during Dutch reoccupation, and later from
the Near East. A cleavage began and continues to our
n day. Whether clue to Spanish arrogance, or the
ti system that partitioned India since prehistoric
evils ot separatism have also poisoned Indian
Jewish life. The "Whites" look down upon the "Blacks"
with a hauteur that twice born Brahmins treat Sutras,
1th caste of Hindu society. They imposed social
and even refused to admit them into the
Synag gue ritual. The "Blacks" retaliated by shutting
out the "Whites" from their religious service. Rabbis
: London, Amsterdam, and Jerusalem tried to inter-
insl such segregation in Judaism.
' we i oven invoked to enforce their relig-
hts and privileges. Hut the condition, though
improved, continues to stratify the community.
VICTIMS OF DESCENT
At Ihe Purim dinner in the home of S. S. Kodei the
.Ii Wish community leader, I noticed an attractive wom-
nger in the flush of youth. Brunette, well
i Hindu featured, she might pass for a
COUSin of Pandit Neru. I assumed she was Gentile until
STRIFE AND VICTORY
Un-.ble to bear the insults of the 'Whites'" the Mesh-
uararim a century ago shifted from Jew Town to the
British sector: they built a prayer chapel and acquired
a burial ground. But conditions were unfavorable and
they returned to suffer the humiliations imposed by
"White" arrogance. Subsequently a follower of Ma-
hatma Ghandi staged passive resistance and threatened
a hunger strike in the Synagogue until the rights of
Jewish law be accorded to the Meshuararim. By this
time, the younger "White" Jews added their protest
and determined to keep away from the Synagogue unt:!
justice was done. The stubborn elders became alarmed.
The "Brown" Jews are now called up to the Torah;
they are provided with seats in the Synagogue, and are
buried in the "White" Jews' cemetery.
EVILS OF A SYSTEM
The handsome woman never married. Chances are
a "White" Jew would not marry her; perhaps she
would not marry a "Black": and within her own cir-
cumscribed group the choice was too limited. She pre-
sents a symbolic figure pointing to the evils in a segre-
gated society. Her presence in the home of Mr. Koder
shows that this capable leader has contributed to the
breakdown of barriers in Jewish Cochin.
A competent observer has defined Jewish life as a
macrocosmic reflection of environment. With that hint,
we must not regard the several thousand Jews of Cochin
as inhuman or sluggish. Caught in the pattern of In-
dian life, thev also became victims of the caste system.
The four major castes relegate 70,000,000 humans to
the subgrade of Untouchables. One would expect these
outcasts to present a united protest against the clear
injustice of their status. Instead, the Untouchables have
their own castes.
U-M Graduate
jMiss Lenore
kduated from
R. Josephson
the University
of Miami last
Monday night.
Daughter o f
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Joseph-
5 o n of New
York City, Miss
Josephson maj-
ired in radio
ind television.
M r. Joseph-
;on is chairman
>f the Board of
Breakstone Bro-
thers Dairy
H Jos phson Products, Inc.
on family have been
idents here for the past
V
Gets Harvard
Club Award
Award of the Harvard Club of
Miami 1952 scholarship to Stan-
ley Jay Bargteil. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. 2486 SW
16th Street, was announced by
Emrys C. Harris, president of
the group.
Bargteil was graduated this
month from Miami Senior High
School, where he has been a
member of the Tri Alpha Honor-
ary Society, the Dramatic So-
ciety, tl e De iting Team. Na-
tional Forensic League and the
Goll Team. He also was a Stud-
ent Council Representative.
At Harvard. Bargteil will con-
centrate on social studies to pre
pare [oi graduate work in law.
The Harvard Club president
explained that the annual award
is made on the basis of scholar-
ship, rating on the college board
examination, leadership, char-
acter, prior acceptance for ad-
mission to Harvard and need.
Askowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Askowitz. formerly of 1525 Euc-
lid Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. June 15th. 11 a.m., at Mt.
Ne'bo Cemetery, with Rabbi Ab-
raham Cassel officiating. Mr. As-
kowitz is survived by his wife.
Sophia; three daughters, Mrs.
Rosa Towlen, Mrs. Ida Lcvine
and Mrs. Evelyn Lipchinsky:
three sons. Louis, of West Vir-
ginia, Sam. of Miami Beach and
Albert, of Miami: also 14 grand-
children and 6 great grandchild-
ren. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company: friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
Shoehot To Speak
On Anglo-Jewish
Newspapers
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of
The Jewish Floridian, will dis-
cuss The Need For A Weekly
Anglo-Jewish Newspaper on Har-
old Shapiro's radio program, Peo-
ple's Problems, Sunday, June
j15th. 1:15 p.m., over station
IWINZ.
People's Problems is a special
feature of the Yiddish Classical
Hour, directed by Morris Nasa-
tir and Joseph Birnbaum.
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-^AY-JUNE 13
EDITORIAL
Nilir'ilM'r*s \cu Ha von
The deportation of General Walter E. Sch-
:eiber, Nazi scientist, from the United States is
apparently shrouded in secrecy.
The venerable physician, who acquired notor-
iety through deathly medical experiments on
Jews, eluded prosecution at Nuremberg follow-
ing the war and found sanctuary here. Unsuccess-
ful in his effort to acquire total anonymity, Sch-
:eiber was discovered on the medical staff of a
US Army Air Force Base in Texas.
The cunning gentleman obviously operated
according to the theory that the best sort of dis-
guise is official acceptance among the circles of
his enemy. In this regard, he acted no differently
:rom his partners-in-crime currently as they in-
vade the upper echelons of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization.
Released from his Army position with consid-
erable reluctance on the part of American mili-
tary leaders who clearly saw him an asset, Sch-
leiber is now resting comfortably in the grace of
Argentina's Juan Peron. One may ascribe to the
Fascist president's extension of welcome the ex-
cuse that Esposa Evita expects to die from cancer
within the month and that his genuine emotional
torture, obscuring better judgement, seeks kin-
dred understanding from the refugee.
This, of course, is polite conjecture. The real
reasons are most obvious. What is most disturb-
ing about the whole situation, however, stems
from Brigadier General Robert E. Eaton's letter to
Representative Jacob K. Javits which benignly
s'ates that Schreiber "did not express an inten-
tion of returning to this country". Washing his
hands in the name of the Air Force, Eaton adds
:hat the Nazi will no longer be sponsored or other-
wise assisted.
Such a weak stand indicates no remorse en
the pert of American officialsexcept, perhaps,
dissatisfaction that they had been caught and em-
barrassed.
Israel's Mew Move
The announcement on Tuesday of Israel's lat-
est move to fend for itself in an increasingly diffi-
cult economic situation came as a complete sur-
prise to observers here end abroad.
The Jewish state's Fincnce Minister, E!;ezer
Kaplan, indicated that his government would set
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Lost Brothers
It is good to see that the N
Organization manifests conce
well-being of its troops.
It was reported in Paris this week that
Jpo
has been agreed upon for th
ish chaplains from the
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TO BE HELD HIGH
aside ten percent of all sums on deposit over 50
pounds and all notes larger than one pound as
part of a compulsory national loan by which the
government hopes to augment its program for
economic independence.
It is clear that cries from dissatisfied sources
must inevitably be heard. Many will accuse Is-
rael of ill-advised legislation. Some will speak
in terms of restricted government policy which
excluded discussion prior to the move. Whatever
one's position, it ought not be felt that th new
state's situation is more desparate than before.
Neither the government nor Israelis at large
have made a secret of the existing financial in-
security. While presumably, the Finance Min-
ister might be scored with springing a surprise,
e alternation of
countries in NATO. The conEce a??"
and. where the plan was first disclosed al*
for a central clearing house to a:d in the swt
of religious materials and publicatiOM 3
tative headquar.ers in London. '
Now that West Germany hes becomo .
of NATO, it will be in.eres.mg to ob* '
course of the chaplain exchance plan
possible ramifications are inherent in this
ation. For one thing, more Jews currently ljve
the house of their most recent executioner than 1
popularly imagined. Considering themselves
inherent part of Deutsche Kuhur, they feel i
tunate that they survived to return and under i
circumstances, including the re-birth of Nazi i
Semitism, regard with taste the possibility of j
gration to Israel or America.
Among them will undoubtedly be potenti
draftees into the West European military mo
Their disposition, as Jews, can hardly be ear
ioned at the moment. The movement of Jen
chaplains into their ranks will be even more I
terly humorous.
We can, only with trepidation, foresee a I
of new Nazis greeting their recent victims.
the positive aspect of his plan can not be denie
It indicates conclusively that Israel is not
to stand by impotently while -rccepting econonuJ
aid from World Jewry. Undoubtedly grateful:
such aid, the young democracy in any ca
seems desirous of carving its own destiny.
This should mean but one thing for Jews herej
They must all the more vigorously supporl
principal instrumentalities the United Jewii
Appeal, the Bonds of Israel Government Indej
pendence Issue and continued private investmea
which, in their specific ways, steadily mor^
the new state into a position of security.
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Rothenberg To
Address Dade Bar
Luncheon
Mizrael.i Women
Hold Bond Drive
and Leo Oster, correspond- MaXl'lie Gerstenfcld
The Dade County Bar A
trill hold a noon lun
on M r clay. Juno 16th, at the
Hotel,
>r Civ lsie Senerchia, of
Mi ni, has proclaimed June the
chi Women's Israel Bond
Month, as th- rational Mizrachi
W en's Organization of Amer-
.. a ets out on a $1,000,000 sales
goal for the month.
Mrs, Emmanuel Karger, presi-
R' New dent of the Greater Miami Miz-
itl rity
m inial rachi Council, has appointed Mrs.
Hyn an
Fal_ Chapti .. is chairman of the Is- PPort, 1st v
i ing sees
Board of Directors are Morris
Eckhaus, Isodore Herskowitz,
Abo Hirsch. Edward Newman.
Harry Pearl. Al Perl, Gerald
Per!. Max Rap'paport. Meyer Red-
lii ... Alexander Rosen. Sam Sch-
merzler, Sam Siegal. Dave Sing-
er. Isidore Schwartz. Sam Wern-
er and Louis Weintraub.
Mrs. Eugene Schwartz will be
installed as president of the Sis-
terhood. Assuming office with
Graduates From
Miami High School
Mr. and Mrs Irvirg Gersten-
GrouD Luncheon < Tm % t\ Md-nf 842 sevm Avenue-corai
U UUr fcWllVIIWi *ed- Gables, announce the graduation
of their daughter. Maxine Iris,
fiom Miami Senior High School
last Friday evening.
Miss Gerstenfeld has attended
Miami Senior High for the past
three years and graduated from
Shenandoah Junior High. While
d vi e n^de-r Y T,,ns and Hon01 Council. She
Gr^ateTKK .'hapters'of .Abraham Peppered vEe^ S"?ga^SgZttS Faf
.- reign Divorce. \t ,, ., ,..................i ._ u.u :i,i,.. aik- -7^~.-^ .....;........ I1"? dl t-iaincsMiu n the tall.
II be guest His Wyman Pertes, president of Dov ner an-' the Mesdames Max Rap-
paport. 1st vice r
Bond campaign here. The H. Palmer. 2nd vice president:
" i to the "' York Bar
:' een oc-
the imonial
ition for the past 20
During that time, it is reported
I handled some 1.000
! trin nial n atters Appearing
in courts in other states, mdud-
Mizrachi are expected to hold a
major bond meeting at the er.d
of the month.
Meanwhile, the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds has launched a campaign
to collect outstanding commit-
nts. Mrs. Miriam Press heads
a group working through the
iclent: Albeit Zisman. treasurer;! /-.,_
B nai B'rith Youth Organization.
dairies Saul Potash. Err.anuel
Kornstein, Edward Schlussler,,
'' '' Rothei so went Council of Organizations, while Anna Sands. Jack Shapiro, Rose i n ___ *- i
I Stal Supren e the lour co-chairmen of the local Sakowitz, Leo Oster. Dave Sing- |1 TOffreSSlVe Order
i I where he won a 7 to 2 .,!- bond issue are leading a drive in Morris Pepper, George Sol-
niniance ii a leading case. the special sales division. inger, Adolph Greenberg, Rose
Rothenberg I ired or a Sam Blank. Samuel Friedland. Pertes, Clara Bear. Alexander
to-eoasl radi 'broadcast, be- Max Orovitz and Carl Welnkle Rosen. Max Silver and Rose Jac-
urg- obson.
meet Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
the economic demands of the spiritual leader of Beth El, will
Meets Here
ntroduced by Ed Murrow as reported this week that "the
' of the mosl prominent the economic demands of
country's agricultural and indus- deliver the main address and act Club Hotel last Sunday "through
trial development cannot be ov- as installing officer. Tuesday.
vorce lawyers in the United
States He has also been pro-
filed in the New York Post. I.ib-
' An ei : an Weekly. The
in, United States Law Re-
v and the Washington Post.
The Progressive Order of the
West. National Jewish Fraternal
Organization with home offices
in St. Louis. Missouri, held its
37th Convention at the Shore
eremphasized at this time."
Sale of bonds in Greater Mi-
ami in the first 13 months of the
Rothenberg is presently on the | campaign, boosted recently by
the Practicing Law- j Moshe Sharett's visit here, now
totals more than $2,100,000.
BethEITo
Install Officers
Congregation Beth El. 500 SW
17th Avenue, will install officers
of the Synagogue and Sisterhood
on Tuesday evening. June 18th.
at 8 p.m., in the Dora August
Memorial Hall.
Sidney H. Palmer will assume
the office of piesident. Other
officers are Max R. Silver, 1st
vice president; Abraham Pepper,
2nd vice president: Philip Berko-
witz, 3rd vice president; Sam Fut-
erfus, 4th vice president; Morris
Pepper, treasurer; Albert Zis-
man, financial secretary; Theo-
dore Sakowitz, recording secre-
yers Institute in New York. He
I s also lectured before tin- stud-
ent bodies of Columbia and NYU.
The attorney is the author of
lay and professional works In-
cluding, New York Law Of Ali-
ii "i>v and Postscript To Mar-
riageA Practical Guide Book
On Divorce.
Sam I. Silver, vice chairman of
the Meetings Committee, will in-
troduce the speaker.
>or(ii Ratio To
IIfar Report
The Sisterhood of the North
Lade Jewish Center will hold a
Cosmetic Party at the Center,
13630 West Dixie Highway. North
Miami, Tuesday evening, June
17th, 8 p.m.
Young ludaens
Meet At lamp
Members of Young Judaea
from the Southern states will
gather at Camp Blue Star, Hen-
dersonville, North Carolina, June
10th through 15th. for the annual
Southern Convention of Young
Judaea.
Delegates from the Greater Mi-
ami area planning to attend are:
Judy Shapiro, Myrna Bressack.
Marvin Friedman, Ruth Clein,
Delores Chernoff, Paul Weiss!
June Moser. Joe Murray, Barbara
Ginsberg, Robert Fisher. Liz Sim-
kowitz. Stanley Dick, Joyce
Bernstein, Harris Litwin and
Stanley Baily.
Staff members from the area
will include Sy Friedman, direc-
tor of the Florida office, Miriam
Scheinberg and Mulkie Silver-
blatt.
Miss Schvvartzmarr.
Heads Miami Unit,
Junior Hadassah
Miss Elaine Schwartzraa* ol
Miami, is the newly-elected presl
,ident of the Miami Unit of Ju|
ior Hadassah.
Miss Schwartzman, daughter <
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Henry N. SchwOT
man. has been active in Z:oni
Youth work here for the
two years. She is a number >
the Greater M as: Youtl
Commission and is en the
ional Board of Junior Hadassah
Other officers i li tod for the
coming year are Jean Nevel. vici
president in charge of program-
ming; Betty Appel, vice presi-
dent in charge of Israel projects;
Jo-Ai n Shier and Joyce Sea-
neidman, vice presidents
charge of membership; Pat a
Delores Pearl, com pending sec-
retaries: Charma C 'hen, record-
ing secretary; and Mrs. Main
Levine, treasurer.
+Jen i st fkridiar
Some 150 delegates represent-
ing 15 states attended. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, and Vice Mayor
of Miami Beach Burnett Roth
greeted the delegates at the op-
ening of the Convention.
The Progressive Order of the
West was founded in 1896, and
chartered in Missouri. In St.
Louis, the Order helped build the
Jewish Old Folks Home. It is a
leading supporter of the Fox Riv-
er Sanitorium in Chicago, Illin-
ois, while in all cities where |
Lodges are situated, the Orfler
actively support* -the Zionist
movement.
In 1950, the Order erected two
homes in Israel for the purpose
of housing refugees. During!
World War II, it was a leader in
the purchase of bonds.
Executive officers of the Pro-
gressive Order are Harold Fried-
man, Chicago attorney, Grand
Master: and Morris Shapiro, St.
Louis, Grand Secretary.
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5AY. JUNE 13, 1952
ocobson Family Fetes Children /M
r ind Mr8. Irving Jacooson,
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PAGE 5
'435 SW
9th Road, are cele-
two major events within
Ifatml
feSf jaco! son's daughter, Ann
USpv graduated
tP'HSh School last Friday
(Kiss -'1" ./acobson
Ivening. During her Senior year,
]he was presented with a gold
L for achieving first place in
Les-av division of the Regional
fchplastic Contest sponsored by
flocal newspaper.
Miss Jacobson will continue
jer studies out-of-town begin-
tins next Fall.
ITomorrow morning, June 14th,
r.,-,r IB, Ralph, will become Bar
btzvaii at the Miami Hebrew
I .....d Congregation. The
[.: :,::..... is a student at the
Ken ndo Junior High School,
fchere he is Home Room Repre-
sentative of his class and a mem-
Rabbi Lehrman Speaks
Rabbi living Lehrman will be
,uest speaker on Jacob Schach-
ier's Jewish Variety Hour, Sur-
tay afternoon, June 15th, 2 p.m..
liver station WMBM. Rabbi Irv-
lig Lehrman wilj discuss Fath-
Day.
Danger
TERMITES
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Iby one of
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tut
INJMCTION
ber of the Student Council. He
also is a musician with the school
orchestra.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
services and address the congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April will
nffi.-iate. A Kiddush will fol-
low. A reception at the Syrian
Lebanon Hall on Sunday even-
ing, 7 p.m., will also be held in
his honor.
Maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Linial, of New York, and
paternal grandparent. Mrs. F.
Jacobson. of Miami, will be a-
mong those present.
Hebrew Mediral
Journal Has
Silver Jubilee
The venture launched in Amer-
[o to extend mod-
m Hebrew Into the field of
'' ture is no cell
Jubilee.
Tl e .' num er of Harofe
laivn, edit ; by Dr. Moses Ein-
'" li al ;.. ticli
(-Kim- | hysicians in America
ncluding Israel S. Wechsler,
Oavid I. Macht and Joseph H.
on on 1
ind He3lth contains studies I y
Dr. Yi u Paggy on Hor-
I- .'! !n Isrm 1 and
bv Dr. Pinhas Efrati on Blood
ael.
In a led on the
>n ol the Journ tl's Silver
Anniversary, Dr. Einhorn said:
'Twenty-live years ago mei
literature in Hebrew was still in
its Infancy. Th Jubileo marks
nificant advance 'n our own.
as well as in world medical
i
JNF Plants
500 Trees
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. pres-
ident of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami.
announces that some 500 trees
were purchased honoring moth-
ers of the area on the occasion
of Mothers" Day.
Pledges were made through Zi-
jionist and Hadassah groups here.
I Radio stations WTTT and
WMBM gave time on their Sun-
; day Jewish programs for speak-
ers on behalf of the Tree Pro-
ject, he said. Simon Seiden, of
=t:.tion WTTT, invited Rabbi
Morris Skop, of Coral Gables,
and Jacob Schechter, of station
WMBM. had Mrs. Anna Brenner
M< y..Ts as his guest. Mrs. Bar-
nett Beekcrman and Mrs. Jacob
Schechter served on the com-
mittee.
A similar purchase of trees is
anticipated by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council in honor of
Fathers' Day. Orders for trees
will be accepted at the National
Fund office.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak en
radio station WINZ, as guest of
Morris Nasatir on the Jewish
hour, at 12 noon, on Sunday. His
topic will be: American Fathers
And Israel Forests.
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Mrs. Morris Kogar., immediate
past president of the Brandeis
Chapter. American Jewish Con-
gress, was elected president of
the Florida Women's Division at
a recent meeting held on Mon-
day, June 2nd.
To serve with Mrs. Kogan for
the ensuing year are the Mes-
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Janoff, Alfred Rubenstein and
Martin Genet, vice presidents;
Albert Ladd. treasurer; Benja-
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Franklin Glickman, recording
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corresponding secretary.
Miami Zionists
Support Miller
Tie Miami Beach-Israel Zion-
ist District adopted a unanimous
resolution supporting Rabbi Irv-
ing Miller for th,' Presidency of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
Delegates of Miami will
Miller at the forthcoming ZOA
Convention in accordance with
I the position taken y the Dis-
trict.
Both the Miami and Detroit
resolutions place behind Miller
I another two powerlul ZOA units.
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To Youth Work llr
S. A. Goodman, past chairman
of the Greater Miami Zionist
I Youth Commission, was present- j
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for "outstanding work and years'
of service" devoted to Zionist
Youth work in this area.
I Goodman is ore of the found-
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rr ission here and has worked I
with the group from its inception i
to the present time. Goodman
st..ted that the "Youth Commis-
ion is dedicated to creating in in-
formed, inspired and active
j Youth movement in Miami."
Also honored at the closing
meeting of the season wer3
! scholarship winners who will be
: leaving shortly for camp. They
include Judv Shapiro. Summer-
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B. W. Bennett Funeral Director

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* Jew 1st ncrldten
JIHBA^JUNE 13 I
During The Week .. .as see it
By LEO MINDLIN
A meeting at the Dadc County Blood Bank ended in a gentle-
men's conspiracy last Friday afternoon. For purposes of coordina-
tion, it was decided to withhold information regarding the proceed-
ings until a more opportune moment when the press, radio and
television will simultaneously announce an added feature to its
blood campaign here.
As of now. I am in a position to report that the drive is under
the auspices of the Jewish War Veterans. I am also free to indicate
that despite recent advances in the donation rate, blood on hand for
local and overseas purposes is alarmingly small. Such a situation
undoubtedly stems from American apathy and misinformation.
II seems that the nation's citizens are unaware of the magni-
tude of the Korean conflict. Few sources have publicized the fact
that casualties there, on a rated time basis, are heavier than were
those experienced during World War II. Such obfuscation of sta-
tistics stems from the effort to disguise what is politely called a
"police action". This blatant misnomer is clearly an instrument
for handling President Harry S. Truman's courageous move in
June, 1950. to oppose Soviet global ambitions.
While the President does not have the power to declare war
without the consent of Congress, he may, according to his dis-
cretion as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy, call for
protective action during emergencies. Thus, to avoid embarrass-
n int. the bloody Korean struggle has been clothed in the guise of
police duty.
Nevertheless, it can not be denied that the mass military effort
.1 gigantic and costly conflict. The Korean battle stands akin to
the Ethiopian and Spanish Wars .if the '30's. In retrospect, calling
these "police actions' would seem foolhardy, Like them, the UN
movement is a proving ground for the next test against Fascism.
*
The specific distinction between the Nazi and Communist plans
to employ pawns on the battlefield while sapping the strength of
nts lies in tin most startling development ol recent European
r\.
Prior to World War II. enemy camps were more defined,
Germany's traditional design against the French border had not
changed, while Chancellor Hitler's outcry against Russian Bol-
shevism could hardly lead to anything but a final Soviet alliance
with us a partnership that did not seem strained in light of
our experience some 20-odd years before.
Tin destruction of Naziism has apparently fathered the mili-
' Mli "i a.- counterpart. Infinitely more cunning, the
mists have i irced the West into an alien partnership with its
historic opponent. Thus, they have gained an obvious propa-
gandistii advantage, Infiltrating the indigent areas of the world
whl< ripe for social and economic change, the Communists in-
sist thai the defenders ol den ocracy are in the process of betraying
the faith they pretend to espouse,
Further, the Russians can call upon the fact that they, alone,
remain loyal. Augmenting the lie. they can then readily enlist the
military aid of outraged puppets for the initial phase of their
global campaign. This has been the case in Korea, and similar
patterns may develop in other Far and Near Eastern areas. An
added aspect of the distinction between Nazi and Communist
experience is that, at least officially, not a single Soviet soldier
participates actively in the current conflict, even as the list of
UN dead and wounded mounts in horrifying numbers.
; nee.I foi blood in Korea, underscored during last Friday's
ting, will hardly end there. Battle in frightened Mr. Rhee's
inocracy. appears, must end on the field of World War II's
victoi -G "., ny,

ed a book
st Germany.
r.
The America! J< C mmittee has just publish
; '. Nazi And Nationalist Movements In West ,
ublicajion is a : lov, ip irvt \ AJC's report of Septeml ,
Fascism in Europe,
tunely timed, for it appeared here simul-
tion of Bonn military forces into tl e
I w military m i I e.
I shall never excuse the fact that Jews, both nationally and
rnstionally. stood by quiescently while Germany was re-arm-
I. I shall choose to believe that they were intimidated in this
stance through diplomatic interplay. Since the inclusion of old
intern
ec
in
guard Nazis in NATC is officially excused by the need to create
a durable force against exp^nding Soviet Communism, the Jews
must be regarded as having had no alternative but to r
silent. The facts bioughl lo light by the AJC publication,
ever, indicate that their attitude should have been everythina
except tacitly agreeable.
-V o-Nazi And Nationalist Move:.., nts In West Germany, shows
n groups are most active in Bonn's military rise. Hiding
!:. Europe themi t ey h v. giv n the old guard st;.
rVhere th feared to make known their movements ar.d
P> these groups presently express their
ts openly.
* *
r. 1 ted Europe 1 I hened I y the thesis that '
; '>'- Had I Alii, s not Inn I
':' t militant B i vi n St ii
today. thesis 1
that Chancelloi Hitl. i ther
Thus, posing as anti-Communists who have, even if accidental-
ly, proved tr.eir astuteness in evaluating the intjrrational situa-
tion, they are becoming eminently successful in washing away
their war guilt and in significantly raising Germany's piestig.
Tne disguise of whrl might appear as an all-too-rapid willingness
Mich" oTic* m Psure once again lies in a clever "Ohne
Bonn has on every possible o casion let it b. known th I W< I
' ,;,"'. '
" the without-me bann
1 I ;.. an d< Ian was
i ol ile by pre n
men, parties. The masses ^ivir'&r^^^^i^Z*^:
ery human society, the soil, if says. The "iunqle" nrova U !
M the creative few fib. militant Fascist'sundoubtedly do no?
KhtfS ,
iAnH ...v.::;!
The Ajc report makes! ecei at rttiwnt pu at on
' ^T';i (" "';' Apprentice To Democracy Jeem n
and S ,!',",1" 5 dou.bt' '" '"' currently suckW beast al
our bosom. The blood bank low ,, *" d Deast "'
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
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iinhh's Sinters
Sponsor Teen
.%#! Uroup
Temporary ofiicers were an- j
pointed on Monday, June 9th. |
for a Teen Age Club, at the Coral |
Gables Jewish Center.
Membership will be limited to
boys Snd girls between the ag^'S
of 14 through 16 and will be
sponsored by the Coral Gables i
Jewish Center Sisterhood.
Andrew Offenhutter
Andrew Offenhutter
Kirs! Confirmand At
Flagler-Granada
Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Olfenhutter. of 250 SW
45th Avenue, will become Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning, June
14th. at the Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center.
After the traditional chant, the
Bar Mitzvah will address the
audience. Reverend Leo Hcim
will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attended the
Flagler-Granada Hebrew School
and is a student at the Kinloch
Junior High School. A recep-
tion to bo given by his parents
will follow the service.
Andrew Offenhutter is the first
number's son to be Bar Mitzvah
at Flagler-Granada.
Goodrich Unveiling
The dedication of a monumer.t
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Goodrich, formerly of 1143
SW 22nd Terrace, will take place
Sunday. June 15th, 11 a.m., at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Cantor Jacob Tambor of-
ficiating. Mr. Goodrich is sur-
vived by his wife, Fanny; a son,
Charles; and three daughters,
Mrs.' Lillian Green, Mrs. Anne
Cohen ard Mrs. Jeannette Edel-
stein, all of Miami. Mr. Goodrich
was a member of the Workman's
Circle, Branch 699, of Miami. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Peretz Svhool
Minds Svnsitn
The YI. Pent/ c,.u ,
Workmen's C, e\^'ft
and the Women's Club S ^ .
brate Jointly the end ,'f 2"
season's activities ,h*
June 15th. 6p| a, ,? ,Sui"ll
26 Washing Aven^^l
A report of the Yiddish l J
activities will b: pSf-^
tne principal, Louis S*1 f
-tary of the Won^C ^
Sonia Rosenman, will h!*"
port on her organSuof*
Chairman of the eve-ina n
be Mrs. Harry Spivack $A
t.ons may be made through
Isidor Gold.
infwiww1
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Sholem Lodge Fashion Show Tomorrow At Robert Clay
- :
Hebrew Teuehers Harry Simonhoff Speaks
!*##. ii tit if >>!< Appearing on the Living Jour-
I Vim f 1* i nal> simon geiden-s feature of the
elections were held at'Jewish Forum of the Air, Sun-
.'-
I
Annual
the last meeting of the Hebrew
Teachers Association of Greater
Miami. '
Chosen as the officers of the
i ization for the year 1952-53
are David Freedman. honorary
president; Louis Gadon, presi-
dent; Mrs. Ruth Uliss, 1st vice
president; Joseph Hurwitz, 2nd
vi president; Gregory R
kranz, treasurer; and Mrs. Joshua
Z. Stadlan. secretary.
day, 11 a.m., over station WFEC,
will be Harry Simonhoff, Miami
attorney a-d author, in a discus-
sion on: After Zionism. What?
*frC
>U> WTO VT VO.
w mti
flabbi Joseph E. Rcckovsky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
'
...,:
faihions by Allheas. of Coral Gables, will be displayed by wives of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
nembers. at a Swim-Dar.ce-Fashion Show sponsored by the Lodge tomorrow evening. 8 p.m., at
lit Catana Club of the Robert Clay Hotel. Shown modslling latest fashions Heft to right) are
Un. Milton Wasman and Mrs. Nathan Strauss. Oiher models include the Mesdames Bernard Mand-
kr, Edward S. Roth. Shelly Lelchuk, Milton A. Friedman. Paul Barnett. Milton Adler. Melvin Wein-
fl, Dcnald Michelson, Williem L. Pallot and Misses Rita Annis and Anita Sherman. Mrs. Helen
Kilter will commentate on the fashions.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Phono 9-2694-5
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
lLANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Beach Hadassah Group
To Hold Discussions
The first meeting of a Discus-
sion Group, sponsored by the
Miami Beach Busimss and Pro-
fessional Women's Group of Ha-
dassah. will take place at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom on Tuesday,
June 17th.
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25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Lakeside Inn
Opens June 23rd
Norton Segal, of Miami Beach,
announced the formal opening of '
Lakeside Inn. Hendersonville.
j North Carolina for June 23rd.
Segal will manage tho resort in ;
'((injunction with his brothers,
Stanley and William.
A number of innovations, in-
cluding a social director, nightly
dancing, entertainment and a re-
furnished swimming pool will be
featured at Lakeside Inn th
season.
The resort is located on private
l. i > and offers boating.
swimming, fishing, riding and
golf at a ar y championship
course as main out-of-doors ac-
tivities. Such sports as tennis.
shuffl horseshoes and
ping pong are also available.
Lakeside Inn is operated on
\ r.ei a Plan, and a num-
are feature
the resort which has become not-
ed among gourmets.
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Capital, Surplus & Reserves
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RIDAY. JUNE 13
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HELEN ALPERT
Summer vacationers are like winter vacationers they wheel
in, pick up the phone, and chirp: "Hey, we're here!"
On the receiving end of such messages this week (and happy
about it. too!) were Alfred" Greenwald and Sherman Grossman,
uncles of Mrs. Paul T. Schoenberger who's pretty well-known in
Akron where she's president of Temple Israel Sisterhood. Hus-
band Paul is well-known too. in the automotive business .
Other residents on the Welcome Mat were the Joe Nscken-
sons he's the cap manufacturer saying howdy to Bronxites
Mrs. Eva Nackensor, Mrs. Julie Spitz and Jerry Nackenson. This
marked their first-time jaunt to this area. And they love the so-
spectacular beauty
Almost the first stop chalked up by Jacksonville's Dr. and Mrs.
Hany Yergin was at the Harding Avenue home of the Hyman
Singers. Mrs. Singer and the Yergins' mom are longtime chums
whc've never lost track of each other or growing families, no mat-
ter where they spread. Yotll g Mrs. Yergin nonchalantly waves it
' :: but she's really an admirable kid. Despite a sever polio at-
ta k end 8 hummid-up hip, she's the mother of lively Bruce, 6,
I- i n, 4. and tmy Michele She treats that leg-brace as if it's K"t
I ck of a lot of crust, hanging on to her like that .
THE FINE ARTS crept into the picture again this week. Lead-
ing note concerns Reyna Ullmsn Youngerman, one of whose paint-
ings at the Beaux Arts Show was purchased by Mr*. Myer Schine.
probably to go on view at Boca Raton ... In the new apartment of
Sam and Doris Kaplan is a particularly effective water-color by
Deris' cousin painted, she says, "right here on my own dining-room
table." Doris was browsing through his sketches, admired one. and
lefore she knew it. it was executed on the spot or rather on the
tab!;! ... But 1 started gluing myself to her books, instead.
S batch! Fresh off the press they come rolling in. from Doris'
i ir-brother on the New York Times.
COLLEGE SET ripples with news. Home from Gainesville and
already latched on to a Flamingo Park job as counselor is Janie
Goldstein, with the academic degree, A.A. Associate in Arts
. Larry Wilde's U. of Miami commencement was another high-
in his varied career he'd just returned from a nightclub
s ng as featured act in Alabama. New Jersey, New York. Wil-
I gton and Lincoln Woods Supper Club in York. Pa. .
YOUNG SPRY, however, literally sweated it out Friday, in
Miami Beach High's oven-auditorium, to receive certificates which
guaranteed they'd completed Junior High. The heat was brutal.
Scr.dra Chorney keeled over in a faint. Superman fortitude some-
how kept the rest of us from doing ditto Mrs. Morris Lerner
was present to see rephew Jack graduate. Reubin and Mrs. Clein
were being congratulated on son Mike. Mrs. Benjamin E. Susel
wes mighty proud of Carole Speakers' spotlight shone bright
cr. Robert Krone, who delivered as walloping and witty an address
cs ever mastered by William Jennings Bryan. Yourg marvel!
And Paul Weiss pulled no punches, urging us adults to cast
an eye on our community and observe the mess we're making of
Trouble was. we adults by then had become such a sodden
mess of baked humanity, we lacked the energy to project more
than limp bleats
ON THE BEAT:
GREAT EVENT in the David Stuzin home is the arrival of
Ji les, fat n' healthy six-pounder Returned to home-base are
. tan and Shirley Lubow. from a week's trip to New York Stan's
: Seacomber-Surfcomber top photographer: Shirley's the hotel
etary. The place wasn't worth visiting." they growled
Marlene Braun Weds Eugene Wilpon In
Double Ring Rites: Couple To Reside Here
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braun, 2161 SW 16th Street, announce
the marriage of their daughter, Markne June, to Eugene Leslie
Wilpon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilpon, 2761 SW 16th Street,
at the Shelborre Hotel last Sunday.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the double ring ceremony. Cantor
Maurice Mamches was soloist.

^l
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride was attired in a
white ankle-length dress with
' cKantilly lace bodice, net neck-
I line and chantilly lace standup
I collar. Her nylon tulle skirt was
I augmented by chantilly lace el-
bow-length gloves and a French
illusion fingter-tip-length veil
held in place by a nylon tulle
bonnet with lilly-of-thc-valley
Newlywed Mrs. Wilpon is a
graduate of Forest Hills High
School, New York, where she
was president of the school and
member of the Arista Honor So-
ciety. She is also a graduate of
the Delehanty Business Institute
in that city.
Me-Wilpon graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
University of Miami, where he
received a BBA degree. Pres-
ently, he is in attendance at the
University of Miami Law School,
where he is treasurer of Tau
Epsilon Rho Honorary Law Fra-
ternity. He is also a member of
the South Beach Athletic and
Social Club.
Out-of-town guests at the can-
dlelight ceremony included Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Deiches ar.d
daughter, New Brunswick, New
Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Sass,
Trenton. New Jersey; and Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Green, Linden,
New Jersey,
Following a wedding trip to
New York by auto, the couple
will be at home after June 23rd,
at 2761 SW 16th Street.
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vj
Comedian Samn
iting." they growled
nv Morris, headliner in numerous cocktail
ges, has begun to write his own headline as a new property-
i i in Miami. A comic in search of four tenants Cver WINZ
?J322Jk?J2nS :l fresh Beriea "f his Town Criei" broadcasts !
in I ERESQUE: Former student of his in homiletics. Mordecai
Hcsch. revived "classy" memories the other evening with Rabbi
Joseph Lookslem. parerts Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch. and sister
Cnarlotte who's married to the Polish spouse with the intriguinq
ast name, Shalom Natch, the Rabbi couldn't let that name
pass like any ship in the night and let loose with considerable
o. his homiletics glitter, admiring it ... Meanwhile. Mrs. Rosch
had detached herself from the most beautiful gardenia in the room,
ar.d presented it to me even though I'm an amhoreta in hom-
iletics probably to console me.
UP THE LINE:
The Young Marrieds. especially in West Miami and led by Julie
ira Ootuned. are hastening to the romantic moonlight'dance
- Bride of the Day Photo
Mrs. Eugene Wilpon
trim. An arm sheath of eucalyp-
tus lillies with a shower of sweet-
1 heart roses around the center of
' a double white orchid completed
! her ensemble.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ar-
nold Wilpon. attired in a laven-
'. dar silk organza ankle-length
i dress with a soft bouquet of yel-
low carnations. Miss Terry
, Braun, the bride's sister, was
i maid of honor, wearing a gold
.ankle-length strapless dress with
Batin top and tulle skirt and
I stole. Best man was Arnold Wil-
' pon.
The bride's mother was attired
in tweed champagne ankle-length
dress augmented by a pure silk
double lavendar orchid with sil-
ver tips. Mrs. Wilpon. the bride-
groom's mother, wore a mauve
ankle-length silk taffeta dress,
also augmented by a double lav-
endar orchid with silver tips.
Schools Otter
Music Courses
The Dade County Summer Rec-
reational Music Program will be
offered to students and adults at
24 school centers here.
Courses to be offered will in-
clude beginning instrumental,
intermediate instrumental, ad-
vanced instrumental, vocal, glee
club, class piar.o, theory and ap-
preciation and orchestra and ba-
ton twirling.
Registration date for the pro-
gram has been set for June 30th.
j between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Harry Carney is summer music
' coordinator.
J* COOLER *
3 CAROLINA'S FINEST
\i MOUNTAIN RESORT..
-
Miss Ruth Friedman
Freedman, Bloom
Betrothal Told
Lou Freedman of 533 ,M
Street, Miami Beach, and si
York City, announces the'
gagement of his daughter, rJ
to Edwin E. Bio im, son of M
Selina Bloom, Logan, West V
ginia, and Miami Beach.
Both Miss Pre dmat and 3
Bloom are membi rs of the We
view Country Club The brij
elect attended Columbia 1'n.vi
sity.
The couple plan a Fall f
ding.
Silver Topper
IK r sink
Reputing and Repair. Reason
Pick up and deliver. Call 3-M6J
9 to 12 a.m. 6 to 7 p.m.
Going Formal?
Miss Siegel Engaged
Mrs. Nathan Lind, of Baltimore,
Maryland, and Mr. Irvin L. Sieg-
el, of Washington, D.C., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Cherie Ann Siegel, to Daniel
Robert Baer. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Baer, also of Washing-
ton. The wedding date has been
set for August 17th.
junge.
SPOOF STUFF captured the Miami Springs Elementary PTA
. .-kit based aroundI Estes Keyholder. Ike Weisensour. Minnie
&tES^oSl!-.r,,,pflirt T fUrrish "*** fir
I must have missed it in the local press Editor and Pub-
lisher,; news-piece that the New York Post soon runs a siszling
Confidential S6r.es on Jack Laii and Lee Mortimer. Which sure
5 V w m *" tWi" have filed one libel ac,ion "gainst the Post
ci ftait-a-million. and swear they'll institute another. But the
Post is firm Anybody know anything more on it? I'm listen-
Trocadero kosher Restaurant
He-opens Today. June 13th
Under Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
ALSO FEATURING
KOSHER SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
SERVED IN A BASKET WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS $1.65
301 23rd Street
Miemi Beach
For Reservations
Call 5-0551
RE-OPENING
Sat. Evening, June 14th
COMPLETE 7 COURSE
DINNERS From $1.35
1141 Washington Ave.
Air-Conditioned
STEAMING HOT CORNED BEEF.
PASTRAMI and TONGUE
Hand Carved While You Drool
CATERER FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Suggestion* Without Obligation
Call 5-2655 Ask for Boris
OH LAKE
osccoia
With its own private lake and
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!JS :i"marri^e by her par- SSSJ"?? .....' silk
ft bride was attired In JS*"8* 8Umen*< by an or-
'~n i A reception follow 'I t e cere-
{nnqrattlwcenter. Out-of-town
.; guests included Mr. and Mrs
d, Irving Kahn. parents of the
[oAnne Bloom Weds Serviceman In
Gables Center; Bride Wears Ballerina down
A double riM ceremony united in marriage Miss Jo Ai ne Bloom
ADan: '" !... ..:,bi Morris A. Skop officiated. "''s Jewun
r ,| ,ide is the daughter of Mr. i:nd Mrs. Nathan Bloom o1Kft
v .!.,,, Terrace. Mr. Kahn is the son of Mr. and M.' I?vn k"!n
,f N,w York City.
Gi
ents, -
ballerina gown of white nylon ;
tulle and French chantilly lace
made with a fitted bodice fea-
urinc a '.ving collar of lace and "v," >ann. parents of the
tore liu- fi'oves- Her finger-tip:^;00"!; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
;!i foil trom a cap of lace. She Bloom, aunt and uncle of the
{carried white orchids on a white
"B'ble
Maids f honor were Miss Eil-
Ctn Bl'' sister of the bride.
'and Miss Phyllis Kahn. sister of
,ht. gr I. Dressed alike, they
wore te eyelet embroidered
oreandv Fjugmenti I bv bouquets of pink
carnatioi s,
Bride.- aids were Miss Elaine
: attired in pink ar.d
white organdy and rylon tulle
over pink taffeta, and Miss Le-
, k. who wore aqua lace
aqua taffeta.
Best an was Seymour Meis-
ter. Heibert Cohen and Martin
Rsrnes led as ushers. The
guest b k was kept by Miss Lila
Golden.
The 1 ride's mother was attired
in irrideseent purple organza ov-
er purple taffeta. She wore an
orchid. Mrs. Kahn, the bride-
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PAGE 9
Miss Usdansky Wear
Miss Shirley Usdansky and
Harvey (Tzvi) Goldberg were
wed in a candlelight ceremony
last Sunday evening at the Lin-
coln Manner.
limn Sparer
Chester Luby, .loan
Sparer Engaged
The ( gagement of their
daughter, Joan Ellen, to Chester
J. Luby, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lei Luby, 630 SW 29th Road,
Miami, has bet n announced by
| Dr. and Mrs. William Sparer,
' Key.- Gardens, Long Island, New
York,
| The I i ide-elect is a student at
NYU, Mr. Luby was graduated
I from the University of Chicago
I and the Yale Law School.
s Faille Gown
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated,
assisted by Reverend George
Goldberg, father of the bride-
groom, and Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ab-
raham Usdansky. 1116 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, the bride
wore a ballerina-length gown of
brocaded faille, with long-sleev-
ed litted jacket. Her finger-tip
veil fell from a crown of lilly-of-
thc-valley. She carried orchids
on a Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Edythe
Rooff in a ballerina gown of or-
chid taffeta. Nora Ruth Feldman
was flower girl. Best man was
Eugene Paul Goldberg, Provi-
dence, Rhode Island, brother of
the groom. Al Murray acted as
soloist.
The former Miss Usdansky
graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High School. Mr. Gold-
berg is a Miami Senior High
School graduate, and he studied
one year in Israel. Both are
students at the University of Mi-
ami.
Following a wedding trip
through Florida, they will reside
at 3652 SW 25th Street. Parents
of the groom are Reverend and
Mrs. George Goldberg, 2900 SW
16th Street.
i' i buy Phow
Mrs. David Kuim
Auxiliary Swim Dance
The Jewish War Veterans Aux-
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will hold a swim-dance tomorrow
evening, 8 p.m., at the Hotel New
York,!. Proceeds will go to the
Veterans Hospital in Coral Gab-
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Newlywi d Mi.-. Kahn. for
|y of C cago, Illinois, graduated
from Miami Se ior High School
and attended Charron Williams
Business College, Pres ntly, she
is a member o! Shaivt Chapter,
B*nai B'rith Young Women.
Mr. Kahn graduated from Ev-
ander Childs High School, New
York, and attended the N w
Yoik Institute of Applied Arts
and Sciences. He is presently in
the Navy, stationed at Key West.
Florida.
The couple are honeymooning
at the Nevele Country Club in
New York State.
Conrad Charmak
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Conrad Joel Charmak. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Charmak.
1615 Euclid Avenue, will become
Bar Mitzvah at the Mian i Biaeh
Jewish Center tomo'rrow morn-
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Lehrman will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
of the Center Hebrew School and |
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School. A Kiddush reception will
follow the service.
Masada Camp Fire
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fJewisli HcrkHan
Levinson Receives
Degree, Weds
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson,
UOfi SW 21 st Stt.rt, Miami.
[Max Shifrin. Chicago. The wed-
plaoi
Hotel
from
teat
n
i aving tor Chi< b.?o tomorrow.
when' they will
attend the grad-
:i i xercises
nd wedding "i
hi ii'
son, Dr.
Lovin-
l
.;. Ivin
mi.
Dr. Lev nson
! > i 11 gi aduati
Uni-
ty of Chi-
School of
[ ed i c i n e on
' day, June
21st. Promi
in many S(
i Lies, he was recently award-
cond pi iz in a national
: al essay contest spon-
by iln' New England Jour-
Medicine, Boston. His
was on a ran s km tumor
tudii d al the Chicago Hos-
I
A ne ber oi I'hi Beta Kappa.
\ inson is also a gi aduate
I Univei sity ol Florida al
c sville, where he receiv d
legree Magna Cum Laude.
On Sunday, .June 22nd, Dr.
l.i vinson will many Miss Joan
s (rin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
ding ceremony will take
in the Ambassador East
Miss Shifrin graduated
Northwests rn University's
( rs College.
The couple will return here,
where Dr. Shifrin will interne at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Attending the double celebra-
tion from Miami are Mr. and Mrs.
H. Kaufman and Mr. and Mrs-
Harold I.eTiiiMin, brother and -
i. r-in-law oj the bridegroom.
S y in phonet ie
friends Meet
Friends ol the Miami Beach
Symphor.ette met al the Miami
B Con munity Center to
date plans for arranging
concerts by the symphonette,
ii ised of 45 loc I musii ians.
The group anticipates present-
ing conceit,, for children, as well
as free open air summei concerts,
and a series of winter perform-
i-i s next season.
Information regarding flie
group may he obtained from Mrs.
Theodore F. Arvan and Mrs. Lou-
is >"oYH'k.
The next meet ins will bo held
at the Miami Beach Con munity
Center on Tuesday, June 17th.
8:30 p.m.
.""DAYJUNE n
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The plan enables person, '.
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library in honor or in ,,
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CHARLES 1.A 11'MAN
7s, of 23 Alcantarra Avenue, Coral
liaiwed waj on Friday, June
6th, In i local hospital, a resident
here i"i the paal 1-' year*, he i- rnir-
vlveil hj In- If'-. Beale, one won,
Ceorst-, and two riaughtei -. Helen
.-in,I Thelma. Remain* were aenl t"
Cleveland, Ohio, for nervlee* and In-
tel ifn hi bj "The Mi.on; Rl> el Bldi
ABRAHAM BRAMSON
75, of I3S NW 2nd Avenue, died
.1..... 3rd .it lii- residence A rMldent
foi the pasl '-'" years, he wai
.i -i h,,..i patrolman and manager pf
local dellcateHsen and restaurant.
During World War I, Bramaon Mrved
with General ItSdmund Altenbj in l';il-
estlne. He is survived by a brother
and sister, both i>f Worcester^ Masaa
chusetts. Bervloea were al the Gor-
don Puneral Home, with Interment
ii Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Simon
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We Answer"
NORMAN S'I'KIjOKF
79, ol R23 Washington Avenue, died
i.ii June nil. in .i Beach hospital
\ resident here foi the past l- years
.mil coming originally from Toronto,
Canada, he Is survived by tin-,.,' sun.-.
bouls, William and Prank. He also
i.-.i\.- one sister. Pannle, Services
wen -ii Jim* 6th, .it the Miami Beach
Klveiside Chapel, with Rabbi M.....-
Mewheloff offklntlnn Interment was
on Mount Nebo Cemetery.
MRS l,KN \ IILAKKSHRRQ
6R, i.f I .'..id Michigan Avenue, died on
:h a resilient here for the
|..t -t i ,- ii \ i\ ed by one
son, Saul, ,f Miami, anil u daughter,
M KlttJ Si hi I" of M .urn I',. .nli
Remains were nl to Newark, New
Jersey, foi set vices and Interment uj
Mi n Beach Riverside,
Janice and Stanley Pred. children of Mr. and Mrs. David Pred.
1015 West 46th Street. Miami Beach, were greduated with honors
from the University of Miami this week. M;ss Pred received the
BEd degree. Magna Cum Laude. Mr. Pred was awarded the LLB
caaree. Cum Laude. slar.ding fifth in the graduating cle*s. Miss
Pred is listed in Who's Who In Americcn Colleges And Univer-
sities, anri served as secretary of Nu Kappa Tau, highest women's
honorary at the University of Miami. She wfs the first president
of Alpha Lambda Delta, women's freshman scholarship honorary.
Selected as a member of Kappa Delta Pi. honorary education
fiaterniiy. and a member of Lccd and Ink. journalism honorary
fraternity. Miss Pred was also a staff member of Ibis ant Ameri-
can Student Leaders. Mr. Prod was developments ed'tor of the
Miami Law Quarterly and treasurer of Phi Delta Phi, honorary
legal fraternity. He was elected to membership in Omicron Delta
Kappa, highest national leadership and scholarship fraternity on
czmpus. A past secretary and pledgemaster of Phi Epsilon Pi,
and a staff member of the Barrister. Law School newspaper.
Pred received a BBA degree in 1950 from the University of Miami.
He is a veteran of World War II. having served in Alaska.
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LdaY, JUNE 13, 1952
mam* Soldz
[florid** Head
[Jewish Veterans
J Named commander of the De-
I 'tmt.nl of Florida, Jewish War
Kuerans of the United States, is
jfaptam' Lester C. Soldz. of Mi-
JFormerly a resident of St.
I Louis Missouri, Soldz enlisted in
I the Missouri National Guard in
Q35 He is a graduate of Wash-
netnn University, where he re-
eved the LLB and BSBA de-
I trees from the Law and Com-
Imcrce and Finance Schools there.
I The newly-appointed com-
I-under served with the 35th Di-
I vision. Missouri National Guard,
I the 30th Division, as an Infan-
Caneeri Presents
Abranha HvodsUu
And Del Veechio
The Mian,] Public Lib
sented Abraska Brodsky, pianist
and Andrea Del Veechio. flutist'
in anoint recital last Sunday cv-'
_B_rodsky has appeared with
See this
^J^istfhridliar
PAGE 11
j
numerous major symphonies in
"" United States. Del Veechio
Played with the Philadel-
phia New York and Tanglewood
orchestras, also appearing in var-
ious cities as soloist.
The program included works
by Chaminaae, Mana-Zucca,
and B P''','; MnZarl' Debussy
and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Cuiiiain Lester Soldz
I try heavy weapons company
mder and was a captain
upon retirement in 1947, after
I being wounded in France.
Sold/, is a member 01 B"nai
| B'rith Lodge No. 1591. Post 85 of
the American Legion, Disabled
Emergency Officers of World
[Wars, Retired Officers Associa-
tion and Disabled American Vet-
I erans.
Soldz is also deputy chief of
htafl of the Jewish War Veter-
lar.v ,. rrn mber of the Foreign Af-
nirs Committee, JWV. and be-
Ifcre his current appointment
was immediate past post com-
lmir.de:- of Miami Beach Post No.
330. JWV.
Friedman Says Thanks
51 It n A. Friedman, Miami at-
Itorney, who was second in the
|l p mary election for Jus-
' Peace in District No.
IX, this week expressed his grati-
< \ itera in his district for
[their support.
Marks To Head
Pi Lambda Phi
Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Asso-
ciation elected officers during a
recent dinner meeting at the Col-
ony Restaurant.
Chosen president was Frank
M. Marks. Others are Julian R.
Benjamin. Len Caplin and San-
ford M. Swerdlin, vice presi-
dents: Merwin Cassel, secretary;
Jack Ell. treasurer; and Josepn
Lipton, financial secretary.
Board of Directors are Sid
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Sam Luby, Jr., N. Peter Morris,
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*Jewist ncrkfian
Personally Speaking
B'nai B'rith
Young Women
Raise Funds
FRIDAY. JUNE 13
The week (if June 15th to 21st,
eei Bel ;isidc by the B'nai
B'rith Young Adults of South
Florida as Theater Party Time.
a cording to Mrs. Trudi Stern,
president of District 6. BBYW.
Members of Shan't, Star, Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Sy Friedman are leaving for Israel. They will
act as Leaders for the Young Judaea Summer-in-Israel course
there. Mr. Friedman is the director of the Florida office, Southern
Zionist Youth Commission. Mrs. Friedman is a former national
vice president of National Junior Hcdassah.
* *
Robert Chait and Earl Lowenstein, cf the University of Mi-
ami Chapter of IZFA, have been selected as the delegates to Hirsh Landau, Broward County
the IZFA National Convention scheduled for Camp Emma Kavf- ,n 1 Tropical Men's Lodge are
man. Harmony, Pennsylvania. June 15th through 18:h. Chait is :oml ining efforts
a member of the local Chapter. Lowenstein is IZFA Southern
Regional president.
* *
Mrs. Lena Weiss, of 2349 SW 12th Street, is recuperating
at the Miami Convalescent Home after an illness which con-
fined her to Mount Sinai Hospital.
* *
Graduate of the Miami Senior High School, Sheldon Frome,
the
Council to raise money for the
n.i ing District 5 Convention to
be held at the end-of June, and
ire selling tickets to three the-
aters, Miami, Miracle and Car-
1 for performances of Lydia i
Bailey and Wait Till The Sun;
Shines Nellie.
1 Elaine Schwartz and Lcnore
'Cook are chairmen, assisted by
Sanford Cohvn
Hecetvet M&
S.nford I. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Cohen. 8530
C r e s p i Boule-
.- a r d Miami
3 e a c h will
;raduate from
he University
f Chicago
ichool of Medi-
me on June
!lst. and will re-
urn here iO in-
ti ne. at Jackson
iemonal Hos-
ital.
Cohen previ-
ously graduated
f.ov! Vnii, Y'trV TIni-
vesity, where he wa.
Ph. Beta Kapp., H *,'* J
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Lorraine Kahlenberg, Frank Zi-
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a four-year scholarship to the University of Miami.
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte, 1539 Meridian Avenue, cele-
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them, were immediate members of the family. I Insfitute Camp Program
i n ? Ji M_d. ri_n j The Blackstone Hotel. Miami
Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonvule, North Carolina, opened i Bcac)l wjj] institute a supervised
two weeks ago for its ninth summer season and welcomed the | play program for children of
following early arrivals who plan to remain through June: Mrs. | guests, Mrs. Marjorie Ent, di-
Bea N. Arnold, of Brooklyn, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roth-g{f' announced eai'y thls
child and children, of Augusta. Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. Henry we^rs Ent indicated tnat the pro-
Trager. of Durham, North Carolina; Dr. Samuel A. Rubin, of New
York; Mr. Max Friedman, of Miami Beach Florida; and Mr. Eli
Solomon, of Tampa, Florida.
+
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Professional woman, away all day,
wishes to share her home and all fa-
cilities with woman or couple. VERY
REASONABLE. 141st Street Area,
near Broad Causeway, 10 minutes to
Beach. Near bus and shopDinn. Call
Mrs. Berman at 89-1906 or 84-6566.
A NICKEL
A NIGHT...
gram would be in the nature of
a- all-day camp and that its ac-
tivities, including swimming and
other athletics, will also be open
to children of Greater Miami res-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Belgrade, of 341 Fluvia Avenue, Coral; idents.
Gables, are leaving for Chicago on June 15th. Following a short
stay there, they will travel to Europe and Israel. The Belgrades
expeel to return here in November.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Sharoff, of 1150 SW 9th Street, will spend
several months with their children in Brooklyn, New York. They
left here on Tuesday.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Stra'.ton, of 7740 Abbot Avenue, an-
nounce the birth of their son, Douglas David, at Mount Sinai [
Hospital on June 4th. Grandparents are Mrs. Jennie Altman, of
Miami Beach, and Mrs. William S'rdtton, of New Hampshire.
Other Stratton children are Elizabeth and Charles. I
* -* *
Mr. M. Saal and son, Stephen, 2180 NW 13th Avenue, Mi-
ami, are vacationing at the Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville,
North Carolina.
* 4
Sam Prcsterman, of Miami Beach, is leaving this weekend
to attend the first graduation exercises of Brandeis University at
Waltham. Massachusetts. The exercises will witness the dedi-
cation there of the Sam and Yeva Prosterman Lounge. Also at-
tending will be Commissioner and Mrs. Harold Turk.
* *
In on a two-week furlough from his Air Force base at Harris-
burg, Pennsylvania, is Dave Orlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Orlin, 2014 SW 17th Terrace, Miami.
* *
Lester Toloff. of Pilkington Studios, Ponce de Leon Boule-
vard, and 221 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, is at home fol-
lowing an extended illness in Doctors Hospital.
* *
Mrs. Rebecca Kasow has arrived from New York to witness
the graduation of her granddaughter, Miss Doris Kasow, from
the University of Miami. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Kasow, 2100 SW 21st Avenue, Miss Kasow is the immediate past
president of the Miami Junior Hadassah and treasurer of Phi
Siqma Sigma.
+ *
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassei, spiritual leader of Kneseth Isrcel
Congregation, will leave for an extended northern vacation on,
Sunday, June 15th. The Rabbi will spend two weeks in New |
York, attending seminars on Jewish Education. His summer
months will be spent as chaplain and child psychologist at a
children's camp. Joining the Rabbi on the trip will be his broth-
er. Rabbi Louis Cassei who spent the winter here. Rabbi Cassei
will return the first week in September.
* *
Robert Katims. son of Mr* and Mrs. Herman Katims. 2042
SW 14th Terrace, Miami, will receive the MD degree from Wash-
ington University School of Medicine at St. Louis. Missouri. Mrs.
Katims and daughter. Beverley, are leaving to attend the exer-
cises. Dr. Katims will interne in the St. Louis City Hospital.
+ *
Mrs. Selma Thompson, assistant to the publisher of the
Jewish Floridian. leaves this week for a vacation at Duncraggan
Inn, Hendersonville. North Carolina, and the Hotel Oglethorpe,
Brunswick, Georgia.__________________________________________,
1952
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pmAYjUNE 13. 1952
H;,|lM !<' TO l>l'
(onfirination Of
David nvi'l Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs.
2c Gcrstenfeld, 842 Seville
Avenue
will become Bar Mitz-
,1, during Friday evening serv-
es tonipht at the Coral Gables
(Wish C.nter.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will of-
iriate and will be assisted by the
Sar Mitzvah. An Oneg Shabbat
to the Center patio, tendered in
L hu.-.' i- l'v the Bar "Mitzvah's
Mrent>. will follow. Mr. and Mrs.
Gerste.ifclJ will also be hosts at *
Ihe Kiddush concluding Satur-
Iv mon ing services.
David 1 m has just graduated
from P>'n"' de Leon Junior High
fhool and is entering Coral Gab-
tsSeni. : High School.
Out-of-tnwn guests at a bar-
becue and dance to be held in
Lie B>r Mitzvah's home on Sun-
jay will include his paternal
jandmother, of New York City.
iismotlui was lust president of
he Coral Gables Jewish Center
Werhood.
+Jmi.*i,nw*H~r
Home Auxiliary Holds Fathers' Day Party
AuiL,rfatlr Miami Women's distribute Fathers*
PAGE 13
Auxilia
tl
bute Fathers' Day and
uxuiary to tiu. j, wish u'Z'A ~ "ainers "ay and
111 ssh sasBirthday g,fts-and m,s- so1 sn-
H,"'<- with a Father's Daviverman wil1 b
;;;;,'> O" Sunday, Jun,*'&}a* the Auxiliary.
Morris Kriege] and Mrs.
wane Pearlman. chairmen, will
Beth David Camp
Thei Beth David Hebrew School
Su '-'' morning session
t-ludB V.hwmp Pfogram to in- eatingALL-BRANeveryday.tho.se
nusir ,,,> ?rts and crafts, troubles are over," says busy
II, j. r.our of formal Bethany, Mo., woman. If you, too,
; v instruction for students suffer from irregularity due to
_ llH' ages "f 7 to 13. lack of dietary bulk, try toasty
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regains youthful regularity
"For thirty years. I took so many
kinds of pills and laxatives to re-
lieve constipation. Since I started
Brlgi ..'. |>hot.
Dot-id Gerstenfeld
Pythian Sisters Dance
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pyth-
an Sisters, will hold a Turna-
bout Dane, tomorrow evening, 8
p.m, at 500 SW 17th Avenue,
arking their last affair of the
sason.
Music will be provided by Bob
Clark and his orchestra, Mrs. Al-
len Chajkin. chairman of the
ays and Means Committee, an-
ounced.
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A Fathers' Day Picnic will be
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hood and the FTA of the Israelite
Center on Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m., at Crandon Park, pit .*" >.
A motorcade will leave the Is-
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Mrs. Stanley Falke was in
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Kvavh Center
Fetes lFathers
Miami Beach Jewish Center is
'planning a special Father's Day
Service and Luncheon tomorrow.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
conduct the special sched-
uled to i egin at 10:30 a.m.
Pi rticipating In the service will
be Miss Marjoxie Friedland,
daught r of Mr. n I M Sam-
uel Friedland and Julius J. Perl-
mutter, president of the Center
Men'.- Cl
(ii orge J. Taliai I be
chairman of the
NOTICE under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ABKItMAN MFG. CO. (not Inc.), at
".71 N. \V. 29th St., Miami, Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CAROLYN .1. ARERMAN
JULIAN K. ABERMAN
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant!
r, 13-20-27 Tl
notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num.- of
BON TON CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY, at S3* N. w. ".th Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, Intends, to register Bald
na..... with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..f Dade County, Florida.
RELIABLE LAUNDRY, INC.
By: Stanley Kruse,
President
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Reliable Laundry, Inc.
G 13-20-2" 7 I
________LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150611
PAULINE PALMER, Plaintiff,
vs.
B. Q. SULLIVAN, et .-.1
l lefendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: E. O. sr 1,1.1 i.v.W and ETTA
SULLIVAN, his wife,
Residence unknown
JULIA SULLIVAN and
SULLIVAN, her husband, if she
be ma cried.
Residence unknown
And also, all of the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, lega-
tees, assignees, llenors, creditors
or other claimants claiming by
or through, under or against
anj of the above;
And also, all unknown parties
and claimants having or claim-
ing to have anj right, title or
Interest in and to the follow ,-
described real property located
and situate, lying and being In
Hi- County of Dade, State of
Florida, i..-wii:
Lot ::i In Block 11 of men -
LAND PARK, according
the plal thereof, i. orded in
Plat Book :'. Page 13, of the
Public Records ol Dade
County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby ordered and required to file
your appearan.....n or before the imii
day of July, Hot, in the abovi
cause now pending in the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In .md for l lade Cou Floi Ida,
in Chancery, wherein Pauline Palmer
j Is plaintiff and the above named
parties, yourselves and others, are
defendants, and in default of sue*
appearance a decree pro confesso will
(he entered against you. said cause
'Was. Instituted for the purpose of
quieting title to the above described
1 property! as will more fully appear
from the hill of complaint filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
This order shall be puhlished once
each we.-k for lour consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Miami.
Florida.
Dated, this inth day of June, 1852,
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
1:. ii B. HARD1E,
Deputy clerk
WARREN s. VVEPMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
407 BlBcayne Huilding
Miami. Florida
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IN COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT
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RE: ESTATE < >F
ANNA SHERMAN, Decensi I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE :- hereby given that I have
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I t Dlschnrge as Ancillary Admln-
C.T.A. of 11.....state of ANNA
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GEORGE SHERMAN
KOVNER .-. MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for
Ancillary- Administrator C.T.A.
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8 13 I'" 27 7 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
HUDDLE BAR AND GRILL, at 252
Al.az.ir Avenue, Cral llahles. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i-,..: Ida
REBA ELLIS
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney for Applicant
l in7 Blscayne nidi;.
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101 W. Flagler Street
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150273
Mildred A. Vursich, Plaintiff
VS.
HERMAN yiusich. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PO: HERMAN YURSICH,
Residence Unknown
YOU arc required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Mill of Com-
'ami for Dlvon.....n plaintiff's at-
torney ami to file 'he original ans-
wer In the i 'ffc ol th i 'lerk of the
circull Court on .u >' fore the 27th
lay of June. A.D. 1952: otherwise
1 the Bill of Complaint for divorce
1 heretofore filed herein will be taken
is tnfessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of May, A.D. 1952.
F. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Seal)
By: M. C. FE1GE.
Deputy Clerk
N'inie and address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN K LYONS
910-12 olvnipla Building
Miami, Florida
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15026V
DOROTHY MARKHAM, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES MARKHAM. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES MARKHAM
"i Mountain Avenue
Berkley Heights, New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against yftu In tlte
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required t" serve a copy ..f
your Answer p. the BUI of Complaint
1 on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and file
ii.....riginal In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th da> of June. 1932. If : I
to do so. judgment by default will
be taki 'i against you for n.....I
demanded In the BUI i f 'on
Dated al Miami, Florida, this J7th
day of May, 1952.
This p..tic- shall lie publlshi I once
each week for four ens......tlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: w.M. W. STOCKING
Deputy clerk
PALLOT, SILVER ft MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
sn| lnttrali.ini lluilding
Miami, Florida
',/:!(> 6/0-12-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hii.sinc.-5 under the fictitious name of
PARK8IDE HOTEL, at 235 Washing-
ton Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
THKODORE WILLIAMS
ABRAHAM LEHRMAN
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Abraham Lehrman
and Theodore Williams
5/S0 8/8-18-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name of
ROY'S RESTAURANT, at 3.1s West
Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
ltoY V. Hol'.ns
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
L'L'iiii W. Flagler St.
5/18-28-80 -- 6/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150245
FRED GARRISON. Plaintiff
vs.
MAMIE SUE GARRISON. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MAM IK Sl'lO GARRISON
c/o Rosalee Brown
R.F.D. #1
Homer, Georgia
You are hereby notified, that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you in the above cause
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer on the Plaintiff's At-
torney and file the original In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
.Iun. 1952. otherwise the allegations
of the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed hy you.
Hated at Miami, Dade County. Flor-
ida this 26th day of May, 1952.
K. P.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
iCircuit Court Seal)
By M c. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Plaintiff
Lawyers Huihllng
l:'s n B, 2nd Ave.
Miami. Florida
5/30 6/6-13-20


PAGE 14
vJenisti ncridfi^r?
^DAYJUNE 13. 1952
Ordain llass
At Seminary
Jtrome Bass, son of Mr. and
M -. Benjamin Bass. 56 NE 51st
Si eet, Miami, will be ordained
and reo< ive the
' Ifuri'O ol Mas-
ter o f Hebrew
Literature at the
"> 8 t h annual
ommencement
Exercises of The
Jewish rheolOg-
cal Seminary of
a m e r ica o n
^m F^fc^ Sunday. June
K m :im>rding
M H to Doctor Simon
chancellor i>l thl
Rabbi Ba8S Seminary.
The future Rabbi is a graduate
Jiami Senior Higli School and
,'d his AB degree at the
University of Miami in 1941.
1942 to the ei d of 1945.
.as in the Armed Forces,
.-. rving in the South Pacific The-
at of Operations as a Captain
e Marine Corps.
As a rabbinical student. Bass
lucted initial services and the
equent first High Holy Hay
Services of the th< n new North
S n Jewish Center. Miami
h, in 1950.
'' :s graduation, Rabbi
B will travel to Israel for an
led pi d ol infoi m .1 work
tudy. He ..is- i xp< cts to
me months in a k b ut;
Bass w id be one ol 23
inii ;! stu li nts, the 1
i lass m the his]
Seminary, to b< ordained
15th.
Zamora Men Meet; Have Fishing Trip
A technicolor motion picture
entitled. A Glassful Of History,
The Men's Club of Zamora
Jewish Center will hold Open
House at its next regular meet-
ing on Monday evening, June
16th. at the Center building-
ard featuring Burgesa Meredith.
Institute.
On Tuesday. June 17th, the
Men's Club has arranged for a
night fishing trip. Members will
meet at the Gulf Docks in Miami
Beth El Holds First
Fathers' Day Dinner
.,nd sons will be hon-
i at the First Fathers' 1) v
Dinner held by Congregation
th El in the Dora August Me-
ial Hall on Sunday, June
6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Max
S .i. chaii mi n of the affair, .
will be assisted by members of |
Sisterhood.
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured them riches."
Proirrbi
GORDON
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PflDAY, IUNE 13, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
ANN.
TTthF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"VwFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
EL AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY.
f No. 153405
B,i.i'ii tiREEN, Plaintiff
;l'l'i:N. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. \\N tiREEN
r' ,/jn I'ARKCHEbTER ROAD
BRONX, N.Y. .
v i ... required t<> serve copy
Vnswer to the- Kill of Com-
Divorce on Plaintiff's A.
,,i ,,, rile the original Answ, i
. 0f the Clerk of the Clr-
or before the 2nd day
\.1. 1952; othei wise, the
j ilalnl for divorce hereto-
erein "in be taken aa
Miami, Florida, this 2nd
. \ n. I9S2.
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
i k of the Circuit Court
Itade County, Florida.
Bj : O. K. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
uddresa of
attomej
|,iu l-lon.
Ida
___________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 150498
rain THERESA HEISER,
Plaintiff,
PATKI
PRANK Ull.l.I.IAM
SUIT
Tl
| v.NK
. |[|
:<>, lohn
\. \
HEISER,
Defendant,
FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM HEISER
UK SI IN
Street,
i:.....n. BaHement
rk, New Vuik
:\.NK WII.I.IAM HEISER,
notified thai a Kill ..r
I llvorce has been filed
iimi you are required t
of your Answer or Plead
Bill of Complaint on the
Mtorney, BEN KSSEN, 823
i_ Miami, Florida, and
Inal Answer or Pleading
fire of the <"lci k of the Cir-
ri .....ir before the Ttli dav
If you fall to do bo,
\ default will be taken
foi the rellel demanded
ol Complain)
. shall be published on<
four conaecul
.1 ICWINH I l.i IRI1 >IAN
VND ORDERED nl Miami,


Itli da) "i' .Knit
A I i.


B LEATHERMAN,
,,. i 'Ircull Court,
Dade County, Floi
Seal)
JOHN WEST,
itj Clerk
s ESQ.
Plaintiff
l'-ldg.
NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Xn is HEREBY I IIV'EN thai
- ned, ri< slrlna to i ngage in
ill r the fictitious nan.....f
Alltlim MEN'S SHOP, nl 52S3 S
^ street, Miami Spring's, Flor-
i-nds to register ssi'l name
tl'li ihi Clerk nf the Circuit Court
County, Morlila.
NIKS KRL'PP
hTTXKIt'* HL'TNER, Baas,
1 for NILS Klui'l'
;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XfiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
-mil. desiring to engage In
inder the fictitious name of
eOMKoRTAIRE of SOUTH FLOR-
ade County, Florida, intend
'

said name with the Clerk
. i Court nf I lade Count).
BERNARD BEBCHITCH
HAROLD P. WEISS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N I-: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
I RESTAURANT, at 90 N
i Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends
' aid name with the n.-rk
' .u Court of Dade County,
I
. ANN WEINBECK
ARD.NOVI IX. ft ARONOVITZ
II
mile:
13-20
Applicant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
>igned, desiring to engage in
inder Hi.' rictltlous name of
in'Km > Miik RESTAURANT, it 5743
; nth Street, Miami, Fla., Intenda
' r said name with tin- Clerk
, f cir uii Court <.f Dade County,
.., ,, AMCE TAYLOR
STEPHEN F. KES8LER
for Applicant
i lagler St.
13-21 :: 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V..... NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ned, desiring to encage in
inder the fictitious name of
- KIDDIE WEAR NOVEL-
' 8265 S.W. 8th Street, Miami,
"'"< intends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
i ad,, i ounty, Florida.
nason KIDDJE WEAR, INC.,
Kiivvi ''"" ",:l Corporation
..;."': MANNIIKlM.TK
*V"X KIDDIE WEAK, INC,
a Cor.....atlon
6 i::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN thai
m i. ,i, sli |ng to i
der the fictitious name ol
W": VM1NQO BARBEtU'E. at X
Avenue N. W, 7th Street,
i ,, '''"- inteml 1.....glstl r (aid
'ii the Clerk of the Circuit
"-ut << Dade County, Florida
WELDA HKHl
Hl-Tvi-n ROBERT HERZOO
Alt.rn HITTNER. ESQS.
and o V"r W*M* Hersog
LEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
KENNETH V
7. -III
White Plains. N y
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Dad,
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Plalntiff'v ,\tiorne\
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Miami, I,.
- 80 i, 13-20
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COUNTY. |N CHANCERY
uvStuH&m.
I To: Ji.?IUNTA.rg.RV?UE0RCe
16th si eel
;- lalan i
New Wk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEaVENTH JUDICIAL CIRcLlN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY '
,... No. 149371
BENEDICT HIMMEL, PI.,.:
'i.il-r..\ nui.i, ,.,, ulnnii:
i:i i.i. | ,.
ually, iiii.i ,,s co-pat tm ED-
WARD RAI'E, .. ,. ,-.,
LAPP. and HAZEL M RAPE
his wife; in,,I ALBERT FIIRI
MA.\. .,.,,1 MARY i i:i;i;\! XN
Mfr.:.-.E,HvNK?JK,,ssi ami A
Met I I.IA. IH-f, nil: ills
NOTICE TO APPEAR
CLIFTON BRILL AND MIX-
MI;. BRILL, h id v|,l-

resldi
ALKKIIT FREEMAN AND
MARY FREEMAN,
EDWARD RAPE, also I
H R.VI'P, AND HAZEL M
R \lE, in- wife, v
di i h
and to i

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Yi'T \RK IIERKKY

:
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aid Bl
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> ,.,i and olh, l kl da
you in, required tn lerve i
your Answ or nl her |
the si i,l mi th, Pis
... II UtOLH ZINN. UK I.
coin Road, h, Florldi
file the nrlKinal >.t such Ansu i i
other pi, Kill ofl if 1 i
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida, on or before the
::mh day nf June, 19 12, In default i
which the Complaint will be
,-is ronf, ssi d against
Th,- property r, ferred t,i In aald
Chattel Mortgagi l> deacrlbed therein
as being "all of the g.....is. chattels
.mil personal property now In the
place ,,f bush ess ated Bt ITil : s \\
Mh Street, Miami, I : Ida, und know n
.is HIMMKI.'S BALL ft CHAIN BAR
ft RESTAl'RANT'. as tin- same are
moi partlculat Ij di sci Ibed and Ii
lz.-il in the Inventoi y whl h -
tached hereto, and made n
of": togethei with thosi n des-
cribed leasi s. Hi nsi -. r, nts, i--
and profits of Ihe ild desi
and premisi ,
I la ted nl m ml Flot Ida, 1 -
day of May. 1932
i: n LEATHERMAN,
Clerk nf the C
i, Florida
B> II H RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull C : Seal)
8,'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 149530
MART LE Z< ITTE, Plaintiff
\ i
GENE LE '/' ITTE, I fend
It, s|d, ni, uiilui,," ii ______
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TYouaare' heVe^'notlfled thai
of Complain) foi Dlvorci hai
rued against you, and you are
mil ,1 to serve d cop} of youi Vt
' Sr i'leadlng to the Bill pi
Hint on the plaintiff! Atl
r"flll'N F KESSLER, 2200 Wesl
h' L:, S' Miami, Fla.. and file the
11^,"'. & be published
each wei live week
fn THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
\Zsl: VND ORDERED atJ
,, daj of June,
152- ,. r. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk, I" '
I,,,!,, rnunty, Flor
ten mi ,. ,-;; HARDIE,
13-20-27 ___.

,,,,:i- n.,.i,. Ol
t^-TEE'l-RODCCTH | IN W
Klnrida.
BERT SAGER
Attorney for Al.lili.'ant
810 Blscayne Bldg.
J/I3-20-27 7/4
T. McFARLAND
LEGAL NOTICE
; tbllshed once
Itlve weeks
AN
:itKD ..: Miami,
a, this in, ,:.,. ,,, j..,,,., A|y
1: LEATHERMAN,
t Court
1 .....
ull Co s'i ll
I' JOHN WEST,
... .. Deputj Clerk.
ARo.\(.\ IT/. ,'. UtoXoVITZ

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I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGEC COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 27961-A
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE s CONNOR, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in. All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demand Against
, Estate:
vi ii\ and each of you. are hereb}
notified and required to present any
, 'miiii.- and demands which you, .,>
either of you, may have against the
estate of GEORGE s. CONNOR, de-
ceased, h......i Dade County, Plot Ida,
to the Hi.....rable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
,. lender months Irom the date of the
fust publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and t,, l- sworn
' -i'"1 presei ted as at.....Bald, or
same win be barred.
Dated thli 6th day of June A i>
1932.
Ri "BERT I.. BL< IMBERO,
1' n alor in the lOstati ,!
GEOROE s CONNOR,
I i A~i '1
ROBERT I, BLOOMBERG
All,,iii,\ ., |,-nv
:i" Seyhold Building
VI Florida
6 13-20-27 7 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN1
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150544
IXiRl.THY i: YATKs. Plaintiff,
iJLAS vati-.s. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I" Kol'fiLAS VATE8
Hotel Reid, Cl||i,,
J nil ,i- hi bj not fli il that i Bill
ilnt foi Dlvfin hat bi n
IU, B :i,' i .-.
' HIISW,
to the B ( Complaint
Horn, and
.
the i'lei
the "
li\ d<-
B
': AND ORDIfltED
All.
IAN.
,
B> WM. W, STi m'KINi I.
itn'MAiiii \< shep \i:h.
.OTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. :502i:
HARRIET WILLIAMS.
vs
RI SSELL 11, V\ 1LLIAMS.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T" l: ("apt. I; i--, II I' VVII
, M s Box .'.::'.
Lou rj Air I on ,- I'
I,. nv, i'. dot ado
You are hi rebj notified that .i Bill
of Complalnl for I 'Ivoi e has been |
against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a copj ,,f your Ans-
wi : in Pleading to Ihe Bill of Com-
plain! on the plaintiff's Attorneys,
MYERS. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN, 630
il Building, Miami, Florida, and
file thi tnswi Pleading
in the i'tl.....r tin- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "ii or before the 23rd day
9 ,2 If you fiiil to do so,
.ni bj default will taken
against you foi the relli f demanded
in th, Kill of Complaint,
, notii shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
IHiNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
3rd daj of May, A.D.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
. erk, Cliciiil Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Court Si
B\ JOHN WEST,
Dep Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
: Plaintiff

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28112-B.
In R, ESTATE OF
ERNESTINE A. BRCNSON,
Deceased
lo All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Clalms or Dei.......is Against
>.ii| Estate:
and each of you, are hereby
notified and required t,, present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, ma) have against the
estate of ERNESTINE A. BRCN-
SON deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Honorable Count)
of Dade County, nnd file the
snmi in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands t<, con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
ai i to be *^ "i ti to and pr, Bented aa
ime >\ II lie barred,
Date June :. A I >. 1932.
i: A. JOHNSON,
As Ex, utor ol the I.., -: Will
ERNESTINE A. BRCNSON,
I "< <-:,s.,|.
GLICK .>. PELTS!
Congr, i
l- ,
for i: A. Johi son
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1502C
In the the pel II '
: U i l.I.I A M II. Ml 'KUAN for the
I.INI' \ LEU III CRl i.M-
l.'.l M lilld.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TO ROBERT 1- CROMLEY,
i ii Clt) Poll
I v irt men!
Pittsburgh, Penn.
YOU an itiried that WIL-
LIAM II MORGAN has filed .i peti-
tion in tliis cause for the adoption of
the whiti f, nle Infant born to
ALICE K. CRtl.Ml.EY, now ALICE K.
MORGAN, ,,n iln nth day of Novem-
ber, 1910, In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvan-
ia, and whose name Is LINDA LEIGH
cRoMLEY, and you are hereby noti-
fled*to be and appear In the above
styled Court on the 27th da) of June,
A.D. 1962, inn! then and there show
cause If anj there i"1, why said pe-
tition f,,i adoption of said minor child
liy the said petitioner, Bhould not be
granted,
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, on this 27th da) of May,
1932.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clet k "i i "iri uii Court
Dade County, Florida
! M C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
NORMAN K LYONS
.mi,,ni.> foi Petitioner
;i|ii-il' Olympln Building
Miami, Florida.
;, :;n r, 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
.. rlerslgned, '- "'
CENTER RESTAIRANT AND BAR,
N VV TH, Av, M:ain.. Ha ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''""" ""HANS MARTIN HANSON
\ii.s s JOHANSSON
STEPHEN F. KES8LER
N rne) for Appllcanti
W i lagler St,
i 13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I .
HA IU'LI' SAM ELS
IOHN JAMES PAGE
STANLEY L, DREVITSON
MILT. iN MAMBER
foi Applicants
i un "i" Road
.. ,. 1-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Inter Bad name wnn m > '< "',,"
cireoit Court of Dad, County, Fior-
ill:l- r \i CARPER
QEOROE J. TAI.lANi'FF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
5/23-30 6/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 15002B
SALVATORE MARANO, Plaintiff
vs.
I'l.i iRENCE MARANl I
3709 N. 17th Streel
Philadelphia, Pa., Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FLORENCE MARANO
You ate hereby notified that a Bill
..f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requlre-
,,i to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t, the Bill of Complalnl on
the plaintiffs Attorney, ARTHUR C.
MA8S1, .lit.. 1108 Pan American Bank
Building, .Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the nth day of
June. 19(3. If you fall to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
be published once
consecutive weeks
FI.ORIDIAN
Bill of Complaint.
This notli e 1 ;
each week for four
In THE JEWISH
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this l^'.h day of May, a.d
E, IT LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ......
B) WM. W. stocking,
Deputy Clerk
ARTHCR i" MA8SI, JR.
Utoi my for Plaintiff ......
an Bank i.iiiiiiiug
Florida
;, 23-3 I 6'!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 28171-B
In II,-: ESTATE OF
A. .I.M'i IB PLOTKIN, als,, knOI
A I PLOTKIN, and
JACOB PLOTKIN, I.....lased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands A-, nst
Said Estate:
v,,ii. ami each of you, are I
notified iiini required to presei
claims and demands which you, "t
either of you, may have agalnsl the
estate of A. JACOB PLOTKIN,
known as A .1 PLOTKIN, and JAC-
OB PLOTKIN deceased lute I ide
County, Florida, to the h,,'
County .1 ii,i-i > of Dade Co
file the same In thelt offl et the
County Courthouse in I lade i'
l-'lorida, within eight calends
from the date of the fir t publ n
hereof. Said claims or deman, to
contain the legal addn. -
claimant and to i- sworn i md
presented as aforesaid, or ^^i^ v. it
be bai red.
Date June ".. A.D. 1932.
ULNA PLOTKIN,
\ Kxe, ut. Ix of the La tl W '
., nd Ti -lam, nl ,,l
A. JACOB PLOTKIN
a!s, known ;
SAMI'EL B
A! tot ne) for
ii. 8-1:1-20-27
I "i.i i'Ki.N. Dec,
PEARLMAN
(i\, eutrlx
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni'liri: IS HEREBY GIVEN
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
4H in ler ihe iletnlous name or
GREGORY Al'ARTMENTS, at I >H
loth Street, Miami Beach, Fl la
Intend to register said name wll
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.1. c CHUTK '
HARRY l Si i.NZ
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for < iwners
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
r, 23-JO ; 8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150050
l.i US A MARSTON, 1'laintlff
VS.
OLIVER M MARSTON, Defei
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: OLIVER M. MARSTON
,,,, THOMAS DILLON
LAKEVILLE, CONN.
YOC are required to serve a
of your Answer lo the Bill of
plaint for 11,vor......i Plait i
loin.-v and to file th.....iuinal A
office of th.- Clerk of thi
cull Court
nf .Inn. 19.12: otherwise, the B
ilnt for Dlvi lofo
rill be taken
ED at Miami. Florida, this I th
da) of Ma), A.D. I!'."i2
E. B. LEATHERM
Clerk nf thi 'Ircit
I lade i lount). I- ioi Id
By; WM W S'l'i
Deputy riri'k
Name and address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
9in-12 olympla Building
Miami. Florida
- it 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 149981
LONA MATOY, Plaintiff
vs.
CLIFFORD MATnY. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CLIFFORD MAToY
Tellico Plains
Tennessee .
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plalnl on the plaintiffs Attorney,
HERMAN WEPMAN, 407 Bis
Bldg., Miami, Fla., and file the
Inal Answer or Pleading in thi
the Clerk of the Clrcull i
on or before the loth day of J ine,
1962. if v"" f" '" ''' s"- >'"'-
i.V default will be taken against you
for the relief demand, ,i In Hi Bill
of Complaint. .....
This notice shall be published mea
each week for four consecutive i
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of Hay, A D.
1:'''"' E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad.- County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)w ST( .K|N;.
Deputy Clerk
r. '23-3n -- 1'i-lit
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