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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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jew Possibility Of Jordan-Iraq Merger; Boy King To Reign:
____.tp* (ITA) ---- Official nivalaa U.. .... ** # O O
JERUSALEM (JTA) Official circles here- arc watching w
Lmost interest developments in Jordan in connection with the
TXic qarr nt of a Council of Regency in Amman.
The danger of a Jordan-Iraq union or federation is never far
'the ir.md of Israeli statesmen. It must be remembered that
.l Amh countries have
king of Iraq who is now being
educated in Britain, will become
the ruler of a united Iraq-Jordan
At the same time, the Cairo radio
reported that Syrian leaders who
are opposed to any union between
Iraq and Jordan have met with
Premier Tewfik Abdul Huda, ol
Jordan, at the Syrian-Jen dun
frontier town of Deraa and de-
manded assurances from him that
SIL other Arab countries have
an armistice pact with
! no such pact has beer.
Sed by Iraq. Thus, Israel and
S arc still formally in a state
?qwar although they have no
Lmon frontier. A Jordan-Iraq
lr would put Iraq face to
e with Israel.
i report from London said that
Le of the major newspapers
fcre claim that King Feisal, boy
no change in the independent
status of the Jordan throne is
being contemplated.
There is no inclination in of-
iicial circles to comment upon
the present developments in Jor-
dan which may eventually have
more than dynastic significance.
srael takes the attitude that in
the present phase these develop-
ments are exclusively Jordan's
affair. However, it is clear here
that Syria is no less interested
than Israel in the Jordan situa-
tion in view of the fact that dy-
nastic developments may lead to
increased Iraqi influence in Jor-
'dan to the detriment of Syria.
Shooting incidents along the
Jordan-Israel border during the
last few days were attriouted
here to the nervousness which
has inevitably affected Jordan
military and civilian circles stem-
ming from the present confusion
and uncertainty about the future
in Jordan which, it is believed
here, will continue for some con-
siderable time.
The Jordan-Israel Mixed Arm-
istice Commission, investigating
border incidents in the Qalquilya
area, has ruled that Israeli
I farmers could continue to harvest
vegetables in the fields along the
border while demarcation of the
border line continued. One Jew
was killed and a second wounded
last week when Arab troops fired
on the Jews. The Commission
held the Arab Legion responsible
for the incident.
Immediately. following the
meeting, Major Iskhak, head of
the Jordan delegation, summon-
ed the chiefs of the neighboring
Arab villages and warned them
| against disorderly acts. He said
the Arab Legion forces would
leave Qalquilya unprotected if
the villagers violated the cease-
fire agreement. The situation in
the area was reported to be
quiet.
liewiyh-IEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 25Number 25
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Sect Rabbi Miller Head Of
ZOA At 55th Convention
Window On Europe ...
By GEOFFREY D. GOLDSTEIN
(Chief of JTA London Office)
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
NEW YORK (JTA) The 55th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, one
There can no longer be any doubt of the existence of a well or-
would appear to be based on a t'r.ree-
tf the stormiest in the history of the organization, ebctcd Rabbi Irving Miller as president of the : ganized Nazi movement. It
BOA following the adoption of a "Miller Resolution" reaffirming the adherence ol the ZOA to j pr0ng axisGermany, Spain and a Latin American country. Rus-
e World Confederation of General Zionists. sian fund- may well support it, but I doubt if it were Communist
The resolution, which received 594 votes as compared with 354 votes scored by a competing inspired. There is, in fact, every reason to believe that the Nazis
Redelheim Resolution," emphasized the "ideological and moral | who went underground or slipped out of Germany at the end of
Jibhip" which exists between the ZOA and like-minded sister or-1lne lullcst degree ol cooperation (he war did so witnjn the framework of a pre-arranged plan.
The Hemers of the movement, though not to be ignored, can
| niMtior.S of General Zionists in Israel and countries outside of and coordination, on its part, with
Israel and extended to them "once more an expression of cordial the State of Israel and its Gov-
ernment in accordance with the
laws of the land."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Lou-
is Lipsky spoke sharply against
!ZOA Identification with the Gen-
Inc-ndship and fraternal relations."
"The Zionist Organisation of America," the resolution said,
iss never been and is not now
[filiated party-wise with any
her Zionist /roup or party, is
otmd by no party discipline, re-
.Tves its independence and free-
lom of action and takes no part
the political life of the State
[Israel which is the exclusive
(unction of Israeli citizens.
"The highest interest of Gen-
>ril Zionists everywhere and the
pmty of the World Confederation,
whic:- we are a member, im-
us to renew our plea to the
hiro General Zionist groups to
mbive their differences and
[bring about the complete unifi-
cation of their forces," the reso-
lution stated.
Pledget Cooperation
With regard to ZOA relations eral Zionist Party of Israel. Ad-
with Israel, the resolution pledg- vocating the adoption of
ed full cooperation to the Israel
Government in the work of "in-
gathering of the exiles" and in
lostering the unity of the Jew-
ish people. It accepted "without
reservations" the obligations im-
plied in the decision adopted at
the last World Zionist Congress
which declares that "the practical
work of the Zionist movement
and its various bodies calls for
lew York State Medical Schools
ICentinue Jewish Discrimination
NEW YORK (JTA) Most of
New York State's nine medical
ihools are violating the state's
>ir educational" practices law by
ontir.uing their discriminatory
Metiers in connection with the
Jidmittar.ee of qualified Jewish
students, the American Jewish
Congress and the Committee for
Equality in Education charged
pre in a letter to John P. My-
. chancellor of the state's
Ifenter Has
Annual Meet
The first annual meeting of the
IGrcster Miami Jewish Commun-
I'ty Cent, r will be held on Wed-
nesday evening, June 25th, 8 p.m.,
lat 450 SW 16th Avenue. Stanley
I Myers will preside.
Board of Regents.
Also transmitted to Myers were'
recently com-
the fn dings of a recently com- nve uiuihu, 'u,"""""_ ,. r
nWte, su vev by the two organ- members, was Seymour B L.eb-
tance experiences
72 pre-medical students who were
awarded in 1951 full tuition paid
state medical scholarships, good
any school in this state, on
m
the basis of written competitive
u jewio. *>"-----~ f.. ,, Ra,d o uover
plications, a ratio
Shuvthe sampHngB revealed ap-
inus, io< .-.<"'!----=- -.- u,.i..,. ii-tlies in ilie ni-ni"
, Final plans "for arrangement* plications ot non-vn icho ^d ^ National Jewish 1
|-d program have been made by j ship winners L#JE ^ | ^^ delegat?a ,0 tf,
be regarded as mere figure heads. The men who matter are in no
hurry to ihow themselves or their strength. This much we know:
in Germany the strength of the Nazi movement increases. Its
leaders are in constant contact and are well supplied with dis-
creet accommodation and funds.
A hint as to the degree of organization achieved can be seen
in the effectiveness of the employment bureau which the movement
operates. In recent months it has placed leading Nazis in high po-
sitions in the Arab world. Latin America and Spain not to speak
of Germany where, according to outspoken Allied officials, it is
easier to get into government service if you served Hitler than it is
if you spent 13 years in one of his concentration camps.
*
Jews the world over cannot allow the conclusion of an agree-
ment between the Western Powers and Germany which will hand
back complete control of the country's affairs to its nations. Nor
can they allow to go unchallenged the present Allied practice of
closing an eye to the re-employment of former Nazis in Govern-
mental and police posts.
In the past the Jewish people have suffered because they
could not speak with a united voice. This cannot te allowed to
happen again. The resurgence of Nazism which is not a threat
but a fact presents a challenge to Jewish leadership. Israel's
spokesmen in the United Nations have given a leid, several Jew-
ish personalities have taken a personal interest in the matter
but the Jewish people do not yet speak with one voice.
Were a body to be created, representative of every section of
ae5- a t,> ih.. Notional Fxecu- Jewry, to combat Nazism, it would command much more attention
L5SEES of 48 and respect in the world than do the cries in the wilderness of sev-
eral small voices. And. what is more, there would be an immeasur-
able degree of support from the peoples of Western Europe es-
pecially the French who have suffered the terrors of occupation
ar.d concentration camps,
represent the seven states con- Who is to show the way?
st.tuting the Southeastern Reg-
ion of ZOA. The absence in recent weeks of demands by Israeli leaders and
Serving as associate Board i others for the release of Russian Jewry will be welcomed by all
chairman of the Miami Beach- realists. Apart from the fact that Stalin is far from likely to corn-
Israel Zionist District. Liebman ,,iy wjth these requests, there also remains the question: what kind
' of Jews are the Russian Jews of today?
Imagine that Russia were to allow the immediate emigration
of 200.000 aged Jews. How would the Jewish State cope with
them? Where would the money come from to clothe, feed and
house them? Even today, the Israel Government and the volun-
tary Jewish agencies are hard pressed to maintain a decent stan-
dard of living for those old people already in the country.
And if, contrariwise, the Soviet leaders were to part with their
young Jews, what kind of idealism would they bring to the new
State? What can they know of Zionism which has been outlawed
in Russia all their growing years; what is even more important,
would they bring to Israel ideas alien to the country's present Wes-
tern way of life?
Also, a lifetime of indoctrination in the Communist creed can-
' iled to have left its mark. Israel is in no position
or in the future that can be foreseen to establish
young adults can be taught the elementary principles
(Continued on Page 4)
# *
Liebman Named
ZOA Executive
At the 55th Annual Conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization
of America held last week end
in New York City, Abraham
Goodman, formerly of Miami
Beach and brother of Dr. Morris
Goodman, local communal lead-
er, was elected to vice presi-
tive Council, consisting of 48
Council of
Bonds for
HracT'c'mipaign and a member
th Shore Jewish Cen-
also the author of recent
in the Reeonstructionist
" Post.
Other delegi m '"e ,Con"
S. A. Goodman.
-Uiplan,
. ^on Kaplan will give a report
the Nominating Committee,
835*1 y George Chertkof. Leo
""born,an, Ben Essen, Nathan
*ir. Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Sir-
[ *y Stiller and Mrs. Meyer For-
lJL'e ,)lo6ram will also include
"tcticm of a new Board of Di-
i!.i0rs- as wel' s reports to be
*nde. ff.a'm H Gale, executive di-
*rtr. Additional phases of the
wgrarn will include renditions
; y the Miami Beach Symphon-
2;*' ar>d a special playlet by the
K? ^"h Dramatic Club,
orman Corwin's, The Untitled.
'Tfurther analysis revealed that
only one
a
ish
state
^o^^Cor^/me^caischool
living in New York Ciry rec
a. Columbia Jg r?tsyCollege
ord washardl>and surgeons hav-
of Physicans nd Surg
.. leaders should take these matters into account when
thev pass resolutions and make speeches calling on Russia to allow
Jews to emigrate to Israel. How much better, and possibly more
easy to obtain, to ask that Israel Jewry should be allowed cultural
contact with their brethren in the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Joseph
Heads Conference
BUFFALO. N.Y. OTAl-Rabbi
Joseph L. Fink, of Buffalo, was
,. .-ted president of the Central
Conference ot American Rabbis
a the 63rd annual convention
the organization of the Reform
Uabbir.ate concluded here.
He succeeds Dr. Philip Bern- -^ -. leave" the
rtein of Rochester. .New York. ^ mQnth after
Rabbi Fink welcomed ""creasing complicity in Nazi
manifestations of unit.and^ co ^ ^.^ wag reveal and
operation on Mtters of mmua gt ensued
SSlnd Cons.grvaRtiver RabSf The US Air Force, which at one
Ex-Nazi Doportod To Argentina
time employed Dr. Schreiber and
was responsible for bringing him
to the United States, made known
WASHINGTON (JTA) Ar-
gentina has admitted Dr. Walter
P. Schreiber, former Nazi gen-
this tact in a letter to Representa-
tive Jacob K. Javits. The letter
also promised that the Air Force
would not again "sponsor or oth-
erwise assist him."


PAGE 2
. imtst ncridfian
Pledge Support
Of Pop Concerts
A pledge of support for the
: il .<< ason of the Miami Beach
Pop Concerts given by the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra greeted Mrs. Marie Volpe,
('airman, at a meeting of the
Ways ..nd Means Committee held
in i i Miami Beach Auditorium
early last week.
With the ro9( r of guest art-
ists already booked for the I'op
Concerts, beginning at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium on June
20th. and running for eight con-
utive Sundays, the plan of
S( ting the audier.ee around tab-
les will again be repeated.
Mrs. Albert Pick, president of
the Symphony Club. Mrs. Claude
Renshaw, I si vice president, and
<>ther members of the Ways and
Means Committee who will be in
charge of contacting organiza-
tions and individuals are Mrs.
Nellie McArthur. musicians;
George J. Bertman, real estate;
Mrs. Ruby Barrett Carson. Sun- '
sit Islands; Mrs. Milton Sirkin,'
radio and television; Mrs. Mabel
P. Murray, Surfside area.
Mr. >.m\ Mrs. Henry J Nelson
Mrs. M. C. Freeman, hosts;
Mrs Ed a K. Liddle. personal con-
Mrs Maurice Lev and Mrs.
M. B- Cirlin, physicians; Mrs. Jos-
Duntov, Mount Sinai Hos-
pital; Mis. Alice Hailparn Kolb,
Lincoln K Mrs Kenneth oka. attorneys;
i an Binder and Mrs. Her-
Grayson, pu licity; Miss
gy McKa; Mian Be u h City
I, with Mrs. Andn w Green-
I, :.! 1/ Hul rn and
M icov.
n re]
ej thai rvici I
i .:i living
tO I"'
ited :
! t will I
I G n. color at u
Beach Young Adults
To Hear Elliot Field
Elliot Field. WKAT radio per-
sonality, will present a program
of interpretive readirg to the
Young Adult Group of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center on
Wednesday evening, June 25th.
at 8:30 p.m.
Mindlin To Speak
Leo Mindlin will n*
L'ving Journ.-a silPP(,ar
cnl
North Dade Picnic
On Sunday alternoon, June
22rJ. 1 p.m., the North Dide
Jewish Center will hold a Cot-
| n.unity Picnic at Greynold's
Park.
station WFEC
ens-Then" g.*jU]
In Germany. ot N
Tifereth Israel Sisters
The Sisterhood <,t tu
rael N tl I
a meeting ,
June 23rd. at B:30 p N
will be hair styl 5, m^./J
dez who will ., a dl. 1
'tion and talk.
Memhers of the University of Miami Symphony Club Committee
preparing to put up posters tor eight Pop concerts starting June SI B I E H
291h. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Left to right are Henry 1% B____
Nelson. Mrs. Milton Sirlcin. Miss Anyuta Melocov, Mrs. Maurice
Lev and Mrs. M. P. Murray.
Armv <'r|is l'ifK
hsmdS i <*mpaiiv
5ta1 Cor]
.\ : 1-'' ce
C nti r, Patri k Aii
F< Basi Fl rida, sent a
: ulati to the
R Cons tructi 11 C pi n ation,
ol Coral (' les.
ng to a monolitl i pour
. ilitary 1 ase un lei .. Roi id
t, D. E. Eppert, area en-
gin i .. stated that thi gress
eflected the i are-
ful planning and retailed antici-
:. of potential problems",
added that "this of-
:. hi to om| liment your
zation f< ir the i xcellei t
.n which the iiib was ex-
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RIDAY, JUNE 20, 1952
I'll Say...
vor the past half century, Zionism has been the
ninating idea that spurred Jewish thinking An|
==--^Jspt>rffWan
PAGE 3
Israel. Diaspora, and Jewish Education
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
of Hebrew genius is due to the constant shift-
,.,:Ult; Jt;wish center. A continuous residence in
astine for the past 2000 years might have degener-
"S, thVtagnation of the Levant. It was contact
civilizations that kept the
no
liimoi-" lecuve. ror carried uui to its logical! qu
Kti-Semitism ends up by destroying body an
KJ extermination, by total annihilation that n
Ij',. ,. n can advocate without endangering its
Ispiritu;.' base.
hSTl-SKUlTlSMS NET
I Tlu urge and desire to survive monopolized Jew
thinking. AH other thought had to be subordinated, all
point:; ns of danger proved only too true. The most
tfantastic foreshadowing paled before actual daily oc-
Ejrrences. Before the orgy of mass murder u
Ijne-lhi:"'! of Jewry had perished. In the face of this
Iju-ful holocaust, the warning and program of Zi
took < n meaning, even to the hitherto skeptical: tl
Ifhohacl intelligence and good will joined the effort I
wive the Jewish problem, that baffling enigma of the
lajes.
UED1NAT ISRAEL
Wien the long awaited opportunity finally pres t-
|j itself, the great majority saw and felt the vital i
. ail out effort. The Jewish State hud to be en I
[[Moncv became secondary sacrifice. The preciou
blood" "1 Jewish youth, hard to spare after the Los
|miilin-"- cemented the foundations of the Third J
|:>h C nmonwealth. The establishment of Medina! I.--
I : the Jewish soul. A new spirit of inner p
Kid calm self respect replaced former complexes, poi
loned by constant harrassment and threats to lifi
I i rty.
THE ZIONIST VICTORY
Thus Zionism triumphed. But a triumph
completion. There is nothing more to dispu
their generous contributions to
Appeal. American Jewry in particu-
enl n. h "'' Utmost opacity. Private in-
., n.w state are of paramount urgency.
" 'hlill'-'> y. many Zionists oversimpH-
,. course V action for Jewry outside of Israel.
GaftttUtani '.' JewiSh history and conclude that
* l,;;"!" insecurity. Therefore, it follows
1 ha. '"" 'ther alternative than for
m all lands to migrate into Israel. Such a solu-
Bound Plausible; but is it practical, or even
THE DIASPORA
world religion is not confined to any
I; n .r is it the prerogative of any special
ect. Actually, its greatest developments have
in countries outside of Palestine. Moses, a
luct of Egypt and the desert, never set foot on the
I Land. The second Isaiah and Ezekiel saw
beatific visions in Babylon. The Talmud was as-
sembled, edited, and completed in Mesopotamia. Per-
haps the highesl efflorescence took place in Spain. Jew-
:enre (Judische Wissenschaft) reached the high
mark in Germany. In the semi barbarous en-
vironments of Russia. Poland, and Lithuania, a Jewish
piety and learning developed, a remark-
Chassidic Cult originated, a religious and secular
ated. The American community is
'' 'mil to equal, if not surpass, the
nts of former Jewries.
ITS SHIFTING NATURE
it is impossible to crowd world Jewry
limited terrain of 1-rael. But even if it were
ically possible, would it be feasible? Some think-
er.- hold that the flexible versatility, the persistent cre-
past. the Diaspora has demonstrated an al-
most uncanny ability to live and create under the most
,fK'u't. c;ond tlons" I^iated by walls of stone and
tiate. t.hetto Jewry contracted its living within relig-
ious precepts. Creative efforts were confined to a
Judaism that was consoling, protective, and satisfying.
But the world has passed from the age of faith to an
era of skeptical science.
RELIGIOUS TWILIGHT
What is the next phase? What fervor will fill the
vacuum left by the realization of Zion? The pious will
advocate a return to the Synagogue. But the Zeitgeist.
*!!V? J i ,hc tlmes' is secular. This does not mean
that Judaism is discarded; it does mean, however, that
modern life no longer emphasizes religion. It is sig-
nificant that the largest, and perhaps the most influ-
ential house of worship in Greater Miami is called, not
a temple or Synagogue, but a Center: a symbolic rec-
ognition that the social phase overshadows the relig-
ious.
JEWISH VALUES
The more intellectually aware point to Jewish edu-
cation as the next overall directive. And they do not
confine Jewish education to reading the Haftorah at
Bar-Mitzva graduations, or acquiring a smattering of
pidgin Hebrew. They feel the necessity of understand-
ing the Jewish past, its morality and ethos, its impact
upon world culture. Persecution might leave its scarred
tissue, but the Jewish soul has been refined in the
process. No people have a better perception of social
injustice, of personal dignity, of the rights to be safe
guarded for the individual. They insist that Jewish
experience has a contribution for the modern world.
Thus, once more Diaspora Jewry is at the cross-
roads. At the moment, the sign post"points only in the
direction of Jewish education.
\PUmvvr Womem
\llari' Sh0wmr9
{Installation
Pioneer Women, Cluo No. 2.
Kill hoi I a baby shower and in-
ljtallation of officers on Monday
(veiling, June 23rd. 8 p.m., at the
(Kneset Israel Congregation.
Purpose of the shower will be
provide clothing for institu-
te! maintained in Israel by Pi-
nee: Women. Mrs. Manya Shu-
ov will be installing officer.
Bombay Hotel Has First Flamingo Circle Party j a Game Party at the Prince Mich- ; Proceeds will be used to pur-
ael Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sun-i chase clothing for underprivileg-
The Flamingo Circle will hold day evening, June 22nd. 8 p.m. ed children.________________^^
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Moonlight Dance
The Bombay Hotel will hold
a Premiere Monnlight Dance on
its new outdoor patio tomorrow
evi : ing at 9 p.m.
Julio Torres and his six-piece
orchestra will perform. Featur-
ed will be Salvador Munoz at a
special Cocktail Concert. Organ-
ist Munoz will present rarely-
heard native South American folk
n usic lrom Colombia, Panama,
I\ ru, Veni .Mela and Equador.
Commentator will be publicist
Helen Alpert, Jewish Floridian
columnist, a former student at
the Peabody Conservatory of
Music, Baltimore.
Hear Food Talk
Tasty Teasers For A Florida
Sumr the sul
talk y Ruth Eden, assistant pro-
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University ol Mia i i, hi Id before |
the Women's Group of the Flag-
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During The Week .. .\s see it
By LEO MINDLIN
Two weeks ago. The Jewish News, published in Detroit. Mich-
igan, quoted from one of my recent columns in which I called to
task those Jews here and in Georgia who have allied themselves
with Senator Richard Russell's effort to be nominated as Demo-
cratic Presidential candidate.
In the column, I had called attention to the fate of German
Jews who supported Adolph Hitler in the late '20's and early
'30's. 1 indicated in no uncertain terms that, as a result of past
experience, no intelligent American Jew could place himself at
*ne s'de of a canc.date whose background was replete with anti-
minority and white supremacy stands.
I was, however, specifically cautious in attributing to the
Georgia Senator anti-Semitic leanings. Indeed, I vigorously denied
"rumors" circulated by the Jewish press that Rusell's supporters
here had resorted to anti-Semitic whisperings during his recent
Florida campaign against Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver. Al-
though offended by Jewish support of an anti-minority candidate,
I lelt that the illicit cry of anti-Semitt could be as damaging as it is
meritorious when founded.
The Jewish News quoted from the column verbatim. Its story
reflected my "defense" of Senator Russell, although I had merely
denied the existence of Jewish slurs on the part of his head-
quarters. The paper failed miserably to qualify my stand. The
issue was not the candidate's attitude toward Jews specifically,
but toward minorities, generally.
Thus, an attack bolstered by a request for non-support was mis-
construed through ill-advised quotation. I bring this to light bc-
cause it seems to me t/at out time is all too studded bv anti-Semitic
accusation. Many, surely, are valid, but those without foundation
only succeed in debasing Jews as a whole and in discrediting the '
existence of real Jewi.-h slurs.
Zionists Set
Installation For
June 22nd
Tin Committee To Secure Justice In The Rosenberg Case is an
example of illicit anti-Semitic accusation. Seeking to force a new
"' I for l!l>' Rosenbergs, suit, need to death as Soviet atomic spies.
the Committee has Hooded the nation with propaganda based on the
thesis that the scientist and his wife were found guilty by virtue of
religion.
Those who have followed the Rosenberg case carefully know
that Amsrican authorities leaned backward in their effort to act
fairly. Their choice of a Jewish judge was an aspect of this effort.
Many observers did not hold with the deliberate choice of Judge
Kaufman; they felt that the desire to avoid a "Jewish issue" in-
advertently created one. But it can not be denied that a genuine
awcreness of probable, subsequent anti-Semitic outcries motivated
the early attempt to avoid them.
the Committee has set forth on its illicit basis.
Fred Jonas
\ enomous anti-Semitism,
It would be a flagrant untruth, as well as poor observation, to
state that American Communists, alone, are responsible for the
current wave of anti-Jewish sentiment. The despicable employ-
ment of such issues in the Dwighl Eisenhower Presidential cam-
Dajgn. for example, is undoubtedly stimulated by Taft supporters
who consider themselves Americans in the finest sense, while
But. wheth
well as the recent award of the
Walter W. Naumburg Musical
Foundation. Miss Steiner will
mnke her Town Hall debut recital
in New York City on October
7th.
Accompanying the violinist will
be her 15-year-old sister. Miss
Frances Steiner, 'cellist, and Mrs.
e'es con bat. |of reservations.
Clearly, the Communists are hardly concerned with the fate of i
A : ol their apparently unbiased i ife,
nave iien using the case
'ii in te;
;>- a pawn, attacking its juridical
' t ms ol p ejudice while secretly celebrating the ami- i
, espons. Commun si leadership of the Com nittee To S
! : qutstiS. In
nt receipt bl its news release-, l examined the names of
ttee Board members carefully. "an.es oi
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;.;r Miami, I visited him at his summer home i/Blacon
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To Picnic Sunday
The Annual Picnic of the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club, Miami
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, 450 SW 16th
Avenue, will be held on Sun-
day, June 22nd. Buses will leave
from the Center at 10 a.m., and
will return at 5 p.m.
Council Tc Give Aid
In Completing DP Forms
The Displaced Persons Com-
mission in Washington, DC, re-
quires all Displaced Persons who
arrived in the United States on
or after May 2, 1950. to make a
demi-annunl report by July 1st,
the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
announced early this week.
The Section has report forms
in its offices, 135 NW 3rd Aven-
ue, and will assist persons in
completing them.
mm^UtrtuUm At
-t<'<'f'ft-i# On
The Hebrew aSj
Street. Miarr.i Beach .H
closed today by RanVAM
S. Gross, Dnncipal n'exa<> Lewis M. Escott,' chairm.
the Admissions Comir& !
the 1952-1953 schooHiir* I
indicated that prospective 3
without previous S 5*1
mg mustI,egister^yf
He added that children L*
|" third grade in English 3
,and lacking previous basic hJ
brew instruction, will not h J
cepted for the Fall lerm
Workmen Circle Women
The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle No. 692. will hold
a card party on Sunday evening.
June 22nd. 7 p.m., at 25 Washing-
ton Avenue. Proceeds are slated
1 for the adoption program of Eur-
opean children.
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The merger of Miami Beach
and Israel Zionist Districts will
become formal on Sunday even-
ing. June 22nd, 6:30 p.m., at the
Delano Hold, when officers of
Ithe combined organization will
be installed by Robert Persky,
Augusta, Georgia, president of
ithe Southern Region.
Guest soloist of the affair will
be 19-year-old violin prodigy Di-
I ana Steiner, whose musical back-
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Rabbi Dtvid Shapiro, chairmen of The Hebrew Academy Membership Committee, outlines plans
JStain 500 add.tuwial member, during the currerl membership drive recently launch d at K
frBon held in the sherryq ^rontenac HotcL Seated /left to right) are Jack Ciment. Mrs. Sidney
R&irow.tz. Rabti Shep.ro Rabb Alexander S. Gross, prmcipal. Abraham Mason and Mr. and
k. J.ving F.rtel. Standing (left to right) are Gene Greenweld. Samuel Reinhard. Harry Coh-n.
Ciel Bro-'d. Mrs. George K.mmd George K.mmel. Sidney Rubinowitz. Benjamin Appel and
Frank Brickman. Wot preterit are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Spoiler and Rabbi M. H. Kagan
fenn State
lonors Wallman
IStankv Wallipan, of 1819 Mer-
llian Avi nue, received two high
Urds during commencement
nrcists of the Pennsylvania
,e College of Optometry in
tiladelpluu's Town Hall.
In addition to being conferred
nth the degree of Doctor of
[ptometrv. Wallman received
h the' Honor Society Award
nd the Samuel Levitt Memorial
[ward established by the Class
(October. 1943.
Irs. Mannie Wallman said that
son will return to practice
biometry here. The honor grad-
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The dedication of B monument
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Miller, formerly of -1110 XW 3rd
Street, will take place on Sun-
day. June 22nd, 12:30 p.m.. at
iWoodlawn Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mrs. Miller is survived by two
sons. Ben and Sam, both of Mi-
ami; six daughters. Mrs. S. 1..
Gottlieb and Miss Ann Miller, of
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cut; and sixteen grandchildren
j and seven great grandchildren.
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j pany. Friends ,-.nd relatives are
asked to attend.
Young Adult Dance
The Young Adult League of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. 450 SW 16th Av-
enue, will hold a dance on Sun-
day evening. June 22nd, 8:30 p.
m., in the Center patio.
I.ahli David
Shapiro Heads
Academy Drive
At a meeting of the officers
and Board of Directors of I <
Hebrew Academy. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Zionist and active com- i
mur.al leader, was appointed to i
the chairmanship of the Academy ;
Membership Campaign, it has |
been announced here.
The membership drive was
launched early this week at a
1 reception ior the first five grad-
uates cif the Academy and will
culminate immediately after the
High Holiday Season. Goal for
the current drive is some 500;
additional members.
In launching the Membership
'Campaign. Rabbi Shapiro stated:'
"In its five years of existence,.
The Hebrew Academy has devel-
oped students with a deep sense,
ol civic responsibility and prep-
aration for genuine leadership. |
'National and local educators have
already paid particular tribute
to the unusual pattern of He-,
, brew Academy training."
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HELEN ALPERT
All right, so the heat's sizzlinghut so is very-thing else!
The one-lime "summer doldrums" have evaporated, giving
way to a beating tempo that's drumming in scores of biglime
doings.
You list them: the vast Shriners' convention with parades
and street-dances ... a "hot" Miami Beach referendum 'in July,
yet!) the new 'you should excuse the expression) "bank",
opening in Hialeah as Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation the spectacular concert for music-lovers Sunday, which
introduces Salvador Munoz to Mrs. Marie Volpe the exciting
"pop" concerts starting Jure 29th the film, "A Game of Cards",
to be created here shortly the thrilling opera roles made avail-
able to our talented vocalists now by brilliant Fern Sherman
And that's just a plucking of a fi'w summer headlines .
ON THE DISTAFF SIDE was the rollicking reunion Tuesday
< vi r ng at the new apartment of Judy Hadley McCluskey, marking
th< brides return to the home-fold. Guests included Delores Peck-
etman, recreation director at Flamingo Park; Phyllis Goldstein, in
the training office of Bell Telephone; Ray Habib. who's her Dad's
right-hand man in his fruit shipping business; denial assistant
Hearse Rose. The Woman in White in Dr. Dave Prensky's office;
Enid Collier Goldworm, Sylvia Safra of the U. of Miami. Marilyn
Decklebaum
OTHER NEWS flutters in via carrier pigeon.' Bert Goldberg,
Hurricane editor, wrote his farewell column to readers, packed his
Iron Arrow award in his car along with Mom. and headed for Man-
hattan. He's got offers to come see the William Morris agency,
Columbia Picture;, and what-not. Mom w>U live in Far Rockaway
with husband Harry, who's opened a boardwalk business. Harry
Goldberg you remember from the Prince Michael .
Not certain he'll be here for the summer is Nelson Kemp,
grandson of "Mother" Baum. Cornell University is buzzing with
his sensational success Nelson, flashing like a meteor in aero
rautical engineering, already has a $7,000 job awaiting him
and he's not yet graduated! .
Over the long-distar.ee phone from New York I hear that Lige
Brien of United Artists Corporation is the cousin of Curry's res-
tau ateur Joe Levine. I promised to phone you, Mr. Levine, and
say Howdy". Will this do? .
Lillian Nelson made her debut in Greater Miami's music circles
Sunday afternoon, at Miss Berlhe M. Foster's musicale-tea. The
Bri u 11 Avenue residence for the Musicians' Club of America form- '
n impressive setting, refreshed by Ralph Mom's water-colors
ai his prize winning "Poinciana" picture, in a new policy now
d< icated t<> a natural linking of art with music. Mrs. Nelson was a
musical surprise to Miss Foster, who confessed. "I thought I knew
all the Miami musicians but here is one with the most superior
background you can find and I never knew it until today!" She's
a sclo pianist and accompanist. And she can sing, too! Hus-
band is Miami Beach's Irving Nelson .
Flora Previn, slim and stunning in a nivy backless with stole.
took the occasion to remind me of a note in this column in April
.ked it upi when a gremlin comma conjured up the wrong I
ie. -She'- tremendous on spirituals", it should've read. But
S tremendous," it wrote. "And I'd just lost all excess,
iit:" moaned Flora. In any language, she's mighty shapely .
let's how that turns out!
INVITATIONS ARE IN THE MAIL for the Salvador Munoz
cccktail-concert at the Bombay Hotel, Sunday afternoon. June
22nd. at 4 p.m. Munoz will present a unique program of never-
heard folk music from the Latin countries. I stole a peep at the
guest-list ard captured the names of Florence Kuxzen. the Louis
Spielmars. Mimi Relskin and her active Symphonelle group, the
E;i Androns. Ed Mandells. Sal and Tillie Ramagli she's Julius
Games' sister, the Tony Loebs. Robert Strassburg. Elsa Temple. I
t.-e Dan Broads. Anna Soren Bild. Mae Weinslein. Ada Green-
held. Dorothy Kneger Fir.k. Bess and Harry Gersten. Charles
Anthony Gross
lentally, the Bombay stole the oceanfront spotlight with ;
nlight dancing premiere, last weekend. First couple on the1
:__: u news of internation significance! were the
k Frankels, parents of three young "uns. Now that his Fairfax
apartment-hotel is sailing smoothly. Irv is heading the militant
hotel association drive for membership .
booking like a -date" out lor the evening were Faye Dale
tor. with her attractive son Al. home from Antioch Well-
outdoor writer" attending the group-sessions was Dan
She s a blonde with brains Frances Carlin Young
Double Ring Candlelight Ceremony rnjtl
Fiedler, Schwarzman: Live In Washing.,!
In a double ring candlelight ceremony at the u ,
Washington. D.C., Miss Bette Irene Fiedler, daueht. r Slat|e
I Mrs. Michael Fiedler, 2368 SW 4th Street, Miami be!.....''f,,Dr- an
I of Jerome Joseph SchwaKman, son of Mr. and Mrs M,,,',! ~ e,M
1 man, Arlington, Virginia, last June 15th. bcn*ar2
Matron of honor was^Mrs. Bernard Rosenblurn.
Mrs. Marvin Bauer
Cohen; Bauer
Wed At Home
In a home ceremony surround-
I ed by both immediate families,
Miss Francis Ruth Cohen, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coh-
en. 3529 Pine Tree Drive, be-
came the bride of Marvin Bauer,
son of Mr. ard Mrs. Albert Bauer,
Golden Beach, on June 8th.
Dr. Herman Cohen, brother of
the bride, was best man. Matron
of honor was Mrs. Donald Zis-
kin. Rabbi Marius Ransom, of
Ft. Laudcrdale. performed the
ceremony.
The bride wore an ice blue sat-
in and lace ballerina-length
gown with sweetheart neckline
and matching mits. She carried
orchids on a Bible.
The former Miss Cohen attend-
ed the University of Miami. The
groom attended Perdue Univer-
sity and graduated from Western
Reserve in Cleveland. He is a
Mason and Elk.
A garden reception followed
the wedding, after which the
couple left for a honeymoon in
Havana. They will make their
residence on Miami Beach.
i Roaen was best man. Brides-
maids were Miss Estell Schwarz-
jman and Mrs. Sidney Rosen,
with Miriam Lee Fiedler acting
as junior bridesmaid. Miss Judith
Grubart, of New York, handled
the guestbook.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride wore a gown of im-
ported hand-appliqued French
chantilly lace and an all-nylon
net and nylon tulle skirt over
lustrous satin with a chapel train.
Her full-length illusion veil was
attached to a bonnet-style head-
dress of matching lace.
For something old, the bride
chose a Bible that had been used
for her confirmation. White or-
chids covered the Holy Book.
The former Miss Fiedler was
graduated from Miami Senior
High School and is attending the
University of Miami. She is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sor-
ority, Panhellenic Society and
secretary to the Sophomore
Class. She was recently voted
sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity.
Mr. Schwarzman. was graduat-
ed from Anacasta High School,
Washington, D.C., and is attend-
ing the University of Miami,
where he majors in Journalism.
He is past president of Tau Ep-
silon Phi Fraternity.
A reception followed the cere-
mony. The couple left on an ex-
tended honeymoon and will tour
New England and Canada. They
plan to make their permanent
residence in Washington, DC.
Sidne
Mrs. Jerome Schwarzman
Hialeah Center Meeting
A social meeting of the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Com-
munity Center will be held Wed-
nesday evening. June 25th, at
8:30 p.m.
Corbin
LU'f nif.'^.'Lfij'3?."1.! ho,met.own heat t0 enjoy "ours Judy
ws from Alcene Hirseh and Martin Brandt,
and Ti
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"Heiring" it to their
in Blumenfeld at the Martinique .
is this special news from Alcene Hii
stationed in Spokane .
Violent are the stands being taken by freeholders on Miami
Ueach. concernirg the tax hike which will cost them a 6= in-
crease, for bigger advertising space in northern newspaper, and
magazines Nat Hankoff estimates hell be paying out an extra
Si.200 tut he says its worth it. since the area needs it. Sol
Bennett agrees with him. So does Sam Halperin ... But Murray
bneldon retired businessman, and Bertram Scheuer. spearhead
of the 41st Street businesses, denounce the whole idea as a per-
petration to make freeholders pay for what the City ought to
handle Charlie Silvers is in there too. slugging at "waste" in
government. Injustice of the referendum is being Bitterly criticiz-
ed by the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association. It's been called
they say when half the voting freeholders aren't around! So
w.nere s that democratic right of franchise__?
BACK in familiar surroundings, as ace front desk, is Rose
La.VM.r.. You 11 remember she spent 8 months in Israel, seeking a
Pi' nWo1? ln "s youthful hotel industry. You'll find her at the
Monte Carlo Thu hotel is becoming memorable for fine person-
.s/ iWw *Z !23fi for th* co,leg9 of ^cine campaign,
waiter Al Cohen halted between the embossed grapefruit b-sket
and soup to contribute, personally, $25. Time out for sounds of
great applause!
I'ivniv Proveedn For French 4 hihl
hi- Worrfen's Group of the 1 .u ',,, __- ,
Workmen's Circle Branch No. ^Woi^kmen s Circle Lyceum
6<*. will hold its Fourth Annual *45 SW 3rd Street Miami, at
, 10 a.m. Proceeds will go toward
Weinreb, Wolff
Betrothal Told
The engagerr.ent of their
daught) r. May Jean, to Lieuten-
ant Louis Wolff. USAF. son of
Mr. and Mis. Max Wolff. 3320
NW 13th Avenue. Miami, has
been announced by Mr. ard Mrs.
Morris Weinreb. St. Louis, Miss-
ouri.
The rride-ilect attended Wash-
ington University, where she was
a nic inber of Gamma Rho Soror-
ity.
Lieutenant Wolff was graduat-
ed from the University of Flor-
ida, where he was a member of
Gargoyle Honorary Fraternity.
He is presently stationed at the
Scout Air Force Base, Illinois,
ard will be graduated as a com-
munications officer Julv 8th.
Maid of honor at a June 29th
wedding scheduled for Graham
Memorial Chapel. Washington
University, St. Louis, will be Miss
Sherlye Weinreb. Mrs. Aaron J.
Fadem will be hridesmatron.
Lieutenant Robert Losee will be
bl st man. Ushers will be Lieu-
tenant Robert Huling and Lieu-
tenant Harold Wingert.
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***M>n*rirm*m
PAGE 9
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Anna Raxin and granddaughter. Barbara
have |efl on an extended trip to New York. They wiu also
|oend some time in the Orange Mountains. New lersev rfJtuT
ISl Pnv-.s family there. Miss Adler i. H. aZ1?_rseY/Siting
Louis Adler, 123 NE 50th Street, Miami.
* *
Mr. cr.d Mrs. M. H. Abrams, 2255 SW 16th Street nnnn
L^Hh c! their daughter. Nancy Beth, a, Doctors Hosp^S
R SW ;8ts,reerndParen,S "* *' ^ *" ** *
Richcid Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone. M.ami
iwch. hr:s been chosen by the Columbia University Law
fchocl. New York City, to try a moot court case before Justice
L ,he United States Supreme Court. The trial is the wimina
Lund of a three-year Columbia Law School competition 'The
questions for decision mvolved points of constitutional and tax
bw.
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Charles H. Alter. 4210 Chase Avenue, Miami
I Beach, will leave for a cruise to Havana next week. They will
then travel to Nassau, where they will be entertained by the
I Island's Governor and his wife.
+ *
Rabb: David Shapiro was guest spiri.ua 1 leader of Congre-
Igation Be:h El, West Palm Beach, last Friday evening and Satur-
day morr.;ng. With the Rabbi were his wife and son, Herman.
JUso attending services from Miami was Simon Seiden, of the
newish Fcrum of the Air.
* + *
Mrs. Molly Green, of 1780 Marseille Drive, Miami Beach, is
Leaving fox New Jersey and New York, where she will remain
||or a twe month stay.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, of 230 NW 2nd Avenue, are
lleaving icr their summer vacation at Moruicello, New York
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kohlenberg, of 1004 Michigan Avenue,
iMiami Beach, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary yes-
llerday. They are vacationing in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
* *
Rabbi Dov Ber Swirsky, of Chicago, Illinois, father of Rabbi
IShmaryahu T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth
ID, is vis:t;ng his son here. Formerly of Wilno, Rabbi Swirsky
[founded :he Chicago Hebrew Parochial School which includes
I a staff of 36 faculty members and some 500 students. He is also
[dean of the Chicago Rabbinate, a life member of the Chicago
|Union of Orthodox Rabbis and a member of Agudath Israel.
* *
Gus Trau, of 3575 Nautilus Drive, Miami, left for Pittsburgh.
[Pennsylvania, yesterday to attend the wedding of his nephew,
I Robert Lcvr.er.
* + *
Home after a nine-week tour through France, Italy, Switz-
erland, Israel and England is Mrs. Minna R. Mell, of 2273 SW
112th Street, Miami. Prior to her return, Mrs. Mell visited friends
jandrela:.ves in Harrisburg. Pennsylvania, and Baltimore, Mary-
I land.
*
Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, of 1601 SW 23rd Avenue, accom-
Jnied by her son, Eddie, left Wednesday to spend the summer
t Camp 'Blue Star, Hendersonville, North Carolina, where Mrs.
|Chernoii .s on the staff.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman left last week on the SS
| Brazil icx a five-week tour of South America.
* T A
On a two-week vacation trip through Mexico are judge
|and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. of 515 West 30th Street. Miami Beach.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ablin. 6342 North Bay Road. Miami
[Bench, are visiting in Chicago.
? *
t Off to Washington. D.C.. are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cherner,
15045 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach.
, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sommer. of 747 Michigan Avenue
kve returned home after attending the wedding o the'r nlece
New York, and a week's vacation at the Osceola Lake Inn,
IHendenonville, North Carolina.
* *
e Aronovitz has left for Hendersonville, North Carolina
Dorothy Cook Weds Carl Upton In Home
Ceremony; Couple To Reside On Beach
Mrs. Irwin Kruger
Miss Keyser Wears
Itallerina Gown
Miss Ruth Joyce Keyser was
wed to Irwin Kruer last Satur-
day evening in a cen mony held
i hi r hom 1455 sw I8t. Street,
Miami, with -Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiating.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ad-
olpn Keysi r, the bride was at-
tended by Miss Shirley Stein,
who acted as maid of honor, ar.d
Mrs. Stanley Abrams. her sister
:ird nation of honor. Best man
was Harold Arbit.
The former Miss Keyser wore
a full-skirted ballerina dress of
white organdy with strapless
bodice trimmed in bugle beads
and rhinestones. Tied at her
throat was an organdy bolero.
The bridal veil was attached to
a crown scattered with rhine-
stones. She carried white or-
chids on a white Bible.
Following a wedding reception
at the Keyser home was a dinner
at Harvic's Terrace Restaurant.
The couple are honeymooning
in Silver Springs. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kruger, 146 Jefferson Av-
enue. Miami Beach.
ot officiated. ......"' *"D* "u"c Ul"' Rabbi JosePh Nar-
Mrs. Louis Riak, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. Harry
Rose, maternal grandfather of the
groom, acted as best man. Jack
Roger Cook was usher. Flower
girl was Suzanne Gail Goodman,
of Philadelphia and Miami, cous-
in of the groom.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length gown made of white chan-
ti.lv lace and a peek-a-boo petti-
coat trimmed with three tiers of
pleated nylon tulle. Her illusion
neckline formed a cap sleeve
Wearing matching char.tilly lace
gauntlets and laco shoos, her il-
lusion VI il was attached to a
cap of matching lace a-d seed
pearls. She carried orchids on a
Bible.
The wedding band and pearl
necklace were worn bv the
groom's mother on her wedding
day. For something old, the
bride's mother also presented the
newlywed with a solid gold in-
scribed locket that was given to
her on her wedding day.
The hride's maternal grard-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Stal-
off, 3617 SW 3rd Avenue, were
among those attending the wed-
ding.
The former Miss Cook gradu-
ated from Davis High School in
Mount Vernon. New York, and
attended the University of Mi-
ami.
Mr. Lipton was graduated from
Central High School, Philadelph-
ia, attended Temple University
there and graduated with a BBA
degree in Accounting at the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is now at-
tending the University of Miami
Law School.
Mr. Lipton is also a member
of Nu Beta Epsilon, National
Honorary Scholastic Legal Fra-
ternity, and he belongs to the
Masons.
The couple flew to New York.
Philadelphia ar.d Atlantic City
for their honeymoon and will
make their home at 8024 Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose.
Mrs. Carl Lipton
grandparents of the groom, cele-
brated their 46th wedding anni-
versary on that day.
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Library Has Reception
The Miami Public Library. 1
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Jcnist> FhridHan
DM^KJNE20, 1952
Jewish War Veterans To Aid National
B!ood Drive Here; Ball Teams Cooperate
vital need for blood in
armed forces can not be em-
Bill
i ier early this week.
li r, ol the West Miami Post
223, is Senior Vice Com-
; of the Department ol
I- .ia. Jewish War Veterans of
United States.
'.n discussing the shortage of
blrod and plasma supply both t
locally and nationally, Bender
tunced details of a grogram
tl t will be implemented by;
JWV here in connection with
P i -ident Harry S. Truman's
ii nt directive proclaiming June
15tn through July 15th. as Na- :
,il Baseball Blood Month. !
Slogan of the mor>th is: Play j
B;.ll With Your Armed Forces '
That They May Live.
The program calls for the co- I
ution of the American base-
ball world as an aspect of Com-
iner Ford Frick's announce- I
!i i nt that teams and players
throughout the United States will
in spurring to higher levels
tl blood donation rate.
We are indeed fortunate in
1 v ng two fine ball teams here."
. kr said, "who are going all
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out to help us make the blood
drive successful."
B( nek r's nnouncemenl
on the heels of a meeting
two week- ago ,.t the Dade C mn
tv Blood Bank with representa-
tives of the Miami Sun Sox. the
Miami Beach Flamingos and
ol the press, radio aad
television, when plans were dis-
cussed to stimulate interest in
blood donation.
'Anyone who will donate a
pint of blood to the Armed Forc-
es from June 22nd through 28th."'
Bender stated, "will receive two
free passes to the Miami Sun
Sox-Miami Beach Flamingo game
scheduled for the Miami Stad-
ium On June,30th."
Donations must be made at the
Blood Bank. 1800 >'W 10th Av-
enue. Miami, and passes will be
given to those indicating that
their blood should go to the Arm-
ed Forces.
Bender also announced that
donors giving a pint of blood be-
tween July 6th and July 12th.
will receive two free passes to
the Flamingo-Sun Sox game
scheduled for July 4th. at Fla-
mingo Park. "A mobile unit will
D4 -tationed at the Beach ball
park for those who can't make
the trip to the Blood Bank in Mi-
ami," Bender explained.
It was also indicated that a
special reserved section for blood
donors would be set up in both
parks for the scheduled g->-! M
In charge of arrangements for
the Jewish War Veterans pro-
gram, held in co: junction with
the Afmed Forces Bloo'i Donor
Program, the Department of De-
tense and the American Ked
Cross, are National Vice Com-
mander Lou Phillips. Norman
Bruce Brown Post No. 174: State
Department of Florida Command-
er Captain Lester Soldz, Miami
Beach Post No. 330; and Bill
Bender.
\ Pioneer Women
Council lonelude
Season Here
The Council of Pioneer Women
ol (in iter Mian i will bold its
iding meeting of the sea-
son tomorrow evening, 8:30 p.m..
at the Rpyal Pi Im Hotel.
si soloist will I e Miss Carol
Abrams, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Philip Abrams. Mrs.
Manya Shubov will then present
several readings. Also included
on the program will be an Israeli
film entitled, Tuft Of Grass.
!'; Bidenl of the Council Mrs.
Bea Jaffer, presiding as chair-
man, will install the following
officers:
The Mesdames Jaffer, presi-
dent; Sophie Krantz. Tillie Sand-
ier. Lena Mintzes and Inna Seltz-
er, vice presidents; Anna Sorin
Bild. financial secretary; Ruth
Riedler. treasurer: and Ricky
Falk. recording secretary.
I Issenberg Forms
i Education <>oup
Samuel Issenberg. religious ac-
tivities chairman of the Flagler-
| Granada Jewish Community Ci d
Iter, has appointed the following
educational committee which will
take charge of I ie Sunday and
Hebrew School for tho coming
\( ar;
Human Fcldman, chairman,
Mrs. Robert Tauber, Albert Dor-
mer, Irving Lax. Samuel Hol-
lander and Mrs. Albert Reisman.
"In? committee met at the home
of Mrs. Tauber on Monday even-
ing with Louis Schwartzman. ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, and David
Shapiro.
Pioneer Women rink
will hold a boat ride 5&%5J{
Seven Seas, SunHr... lrach'
June 29tnaS7:30Up'!;ly jj
wiUb. made from tne CU
In, Pier No. 8. Proceeds
the Child Rescue I
are for
Form Ms it I til/
i.u'tlil Here
Sixteen Greater Miami display
advertising firms have organized
the" Florida Display Guild. Pur-
pose Of the Guild will be to in-
sure quality work for conven-
tions and expositions that come
into the area.
Maurev L. Ashmann was elect-
ed president. Others are Edward
Bedinger. 1st vice president;
Bnce Spaulding. 2nd vice presi-
dent; and Arthur Berke, secre-
tary-treasurer.
Directors include W. R. Cun-
lngham. W. W. Westbury and
Sam Rabin.
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Berson, who passed away at the
of 5'j years, formerly of 2400
sw 21st Street, will take place
:. Sunday, June 22nd. 1:30 p.m.,
at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with
Rab : Max Shapiro officiating.
Susan is survived by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William Berson,
and andmother, Mrs R >se
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FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1952
Name Zeientz To
Scout Committee
Myron S. Zeientz was appoint-
ed to the National Jewish Com-
mittee on Scouting of the Boy
Scouts "f America, it was an-
nounced here last week by the
South Florida Council.
Manager of an investment
banking firm here, Zeientz will
have as his principal responsi-
bility the spiritual needs of Jew-
ish Scouts.
In 1926. Zeientz attained Ten-
derfoot rank. Appointed Assis-
tant Scoutmaster in 1934, he rose
to the rank of Scout Commis-
sioner in I937- Zeientz received
the Scoutmaster's Key Award in
1949. and two years later be-
came Dadc District chairman of
the South Florida Council.
Last vcar, he received the Sil-
ver Beaver National Award for
service to Scouting and is now
serving as vice president of the
South Florida Council and as a
member of its Executive Com-
mittee.
Apart from his Scouting en-
deavors. Zeientz was appointed
to the Planning Board of the
Surfside City Council here rec-
ently. He resides with his wife
ind daughters, Susan and Judy,
at 8943 Garland Avenue.
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PEOPLES PROBLEMS
, NEwS FROM ISRAEL
Tamara Chapter Bids
Farewell For Season
The dosing meeting of lno
7Z M,r "STam;,ra *
<>f the Mla-achi Women's Organ-
"at.on will be hold on Pue.sday
evening, June 24th. 8:30 p.m. ilt
the Bl.-ukst,,,,, H,,tel.
J^J^tI*orMfor>
^riSs,5!m.n 1 H^^bles Zionist
PAGE 11
Morns Simon was elected
Evident at the Coral GablJs
Zionist District final meetirg of
1 the season.
I Other officers include Daniel
f ravitt, Rabbi Morris Skop and
ZLSZLSXTlJZ^ ErtW. ^aham Kitz-
secretary; Harold G. Shapiro, cor-
responding secretary; and Man-
uel C. Barkin, treasurer.
Board of Directors include
Irvino 1,oru H u Doarcl ot "'rectors inc udc
EFntffLn-e,PreSident8;'MOrrl8 Aron- Belvi" Friedson, ons,
< Hne. bnancw] secretary; Oscar Greene. Aha nm*-*.' *J>
en, Mis. Norman Lyons, Mr.;.
Morris Simon, M. J. Snyder and
Mr. and Mrs. Napthali Weidberg.
Retiring president, Norman Ly-
ons, was elected honorary presi-
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PAGE 12
fJewistncrk/ian
FRIDAY, IUNE
20,19
Mrs. Shaft
Mrs At 64
Mrs. Rebecca Shaff. 64. of 319
ME 25th Street, died,01) Tuesday
at her residence following a brief
illness.* Mrs. Shaff was an aunt
of Miami Beach Councilman
Bernard A. Frank.
A pioneer Mianiian. she came
from New York some 4.) years
ago and was the widow Ol Max
Shaff.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters. Mrs. Beatrice Finn ..: ii Mrs.
Daisy Miles, of Miami, a brother.
Morris, father of the councilman.
and a sister.
Services were on Wednesday
at the Gordon Miami Beat.-. Fun-
eral Chapel. Interment was on
the Miami City Cemetery.
Beach Masada Has Fund Affair
Miami Beach Masafla, Young affair is Gil Rappsport Assist-
Adult Zionists, have selected the I (rg are Simone Finner, door com- ,
21 Room of the Sea Gull Hotel. ,,,.,., Abe S.hafer, publicity:
100 21st Street, for the r June H enteitain-
Mwn Dance on Sundi i v ing, ** *' 7* ,-._
June 22nd. at P p.m. ment; Phyllis Blair Sager. tor-
Dancing will be to the music responduice; and Earbara Satei
of Jack Loptz and his orchestra, nd Joyci Furman, arranga-
Surprise peiform.: Of the even- mt,ms
ng will be Lupita. current South I_______________________
An-.erican personality. A 8Ul'sl r"j \/;ll ri..m
;tar review, featuring performers VaOOd Will <^.OUp
.1, radio and television will fol- Hag Figh Djnner
ow.
Included in tne review will be
Bashn Ttpper. recipient of local
nj national awards. A solo maj-
orette, baton twirler and acro-
at, Miss Tepper has appeared
n motion pictures, radio and tel-
evision. I jf Greater Miam .
In charee of the funi raising __i--------
LEGAL NOTICE
A Fi: h Dinner will be served
v Mrs. ta.! uel Wilchyk at her
h ime, 41 SW 16th Avenue. \V <>-
ncsday, June 25th. Cards will
follow, and all proceeds are ear-
marked for the Good Will Group
if Greater Miam .
LEGAL NOTICE
n, !. i- hereto clven that Hana
HnnxoiT and Nil* Jobanaaon, a eo-
|Nirtnerhli>. Bar, ''T"l N. W. Till Ave., Miami, dla-
tolved their uartnerahlp on the I Mil
day of June, Itst, and thai Hani
Hanron Intend! to earn on laid bua-
Ineai under the name n.ime a sole
owner, anil t-. reatetar said name with
thi 1 hark of the Circuit Court ttt
Da Ii County, Fioii.i.i
mans HANSON
STEPHEN F KE88LER
Itloinej feu Applicant
22M \v Flajler
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28223 B
in lt#: EhTATK Of
ISRAEL 1! OOeCMAM.
. known as
1 1; (i(K>DMAN( Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All <"i editor* and All Pen mi Hav-
ing ,'. ,,,,. ..1 Uemandi Asainat Kald
Estate:
Ymi, a 11.1 <-a-h of you, are hereby
,,.,:.., 1 ;, 1 mgutred 1 pi' nent any
claima and ileniaruls whi.-li you. or
either of you, may have aaalnal the
estate of ISRAK1, It rJOODMAN
. ^ 1 1 i; (JOOPMAN, deceased late
',.f Miami Beach, Im.le < 'Jintv. V or
l.la ,,. ihe Hon. County JUflge of l'ade County, and
til, tr.. -a me hi ins office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
] c.n.Ki. w.thin eluIn i-alindar montliM
frorn Hi' d*te of Ihe fast pul.iirition
hereof. Said claltni or demamls to
contain the Irani address of the Claim-
ant nrt I > be sworn to and presented
m Kfereaald, or njme will be barred
S Si fion 120 of the IS1 Probate
Hate June 1*. AH. 19"i2
LILLIAN GOODMAN
As Administratrix of the
Rotate of
ISRAKI, R nool i.MAN
a/k/a I. R. GOODMAN,
11,- .a aaa
IRVING i'V1'1:N
attorney for Administratrix
t 20-27 7 4-11____ __________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CRE0lT0r
N THE COUNTY JUDGES *|
IN AND FOR DADE S *(
In Re: ESI (,i
A. JACOB I 1. iTKIN ,... 1.
A. .1. HLOTKIN, .. Un*
JACOB VIM
'A
la .\ii.,i
To All I,. I
In, CM ,.,,
B 1 1 Eata 11
You. and each ,. .
notified an .
claims and
either of you,
estate of A .1 won r|,,, I
known an a j .,, K1N ,'1
OB PLOTKIN d. 1
';......\y. ,' J
1 punty Judi.......1
file 11. I
','"'"",' :' |,;!-'i',' I
1 "'!' thin ...|,. '"1
from the dati ti n,
hereof S,:,|
contain the of
claimant and to he .....
presented ai
be barred.
1 i.ite June S, Ai.
DINA PLOTKIN.
Al Bxeeutrix ..f the |d, in
anil Tel in c nt of
A. JAI .'iTKIN'
al>" kni
A. J, I'l.n K\. |, I
SAMUEL H PEARLMAN
Attorney lor Exi \
AIR-CONDITIONED
Left to right are Mrs. Henrietta Jonas. Fred Jonas. Isabelle Al-
tholtz and retiring president Mrs. Jack Davis at an installation
luncheon of the Henrietta Szold Group of Haajssah recently held
in the Shore Club Hotel.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna t.. engage in
Bui neaa under the flctftloui name of
LA JOYS li|{l\ K INN, 11 tSSS N \V
17th Avenue, Miami, riorlda, intend
to reaiatei said none with ihe clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I Ida
< .11 ISEPH ROSE
- 1111.1'A I'.i i>K
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Attorneys for Joseph .v.- i;il 1 ; !_'-1:7 : 1-11
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Li)AY. JUNE 20, 1952
Appeal Trades
Division Meets
For Cleanup
1^ workers in 28 trades and
--fusions will meet at a Clean-
I,,,,,, i on in behalf of the
fife Con in d Jewish Appeal on
\%i,v. .1" e 24th. 12:30 p.m.,
[ji Betty'- Restauranti it was an-
jounceH by Trades division Co-
tthairmeii William D. Singer and
Aaron Kanner.
Uaders in the Campaign will
t convene to hear a final report on
the rtadc: Division and to re-
Ejves gnmenti for the b.il--,
[inceof pl< dges by 1951 contribu-
tors w o have not yet made their i
|.iiu this y< "'
The annual appeal is conducted i
fhfr: tin i' r the auspices of the j
[Greater Miami Jewish Federa- |
[lion whicl eelU to raise funds
L)sup:i"i' a 1 ro:d program of!
ind rehabilitation in Israel
PAGE 13 J
LEGAL NOTICE

d .re certificate, Irom the Temp e S
man, Ruthis Go-dn Ann? aTk"l*' riShi> ar A "
Ell. president. Rah"",' L^-A^h \T *oanee Kov1"-
May 29lh. Confirmands were presented
-It. Meir.bsrs of the Class ga
thy Adler. Barbara Breakstone. Helen Lach-
_ with white
rs of the Class gave the Temple
Selzbe.-g. Edith Schr
Middle row (left to right) are Leon J.
neidman. Leo Michaek"^0nnl?u' v Ar,.hur Pock. Gail Solomon. Judith
nS? en"*eth ka" Chaitman o, Z Board le ?1h nT?W>t\ Can,or Samusl Kelemer and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 153766
JEAN JOFKEE JEROME.
Plaintiff,
JF.RALD JEROME, Defend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JERALD JEROME
Auburn State Prison
i State Strei i
Auburn, New York
iou ; !- hereby required to serve
a copy ..r your Answer to Pla
B i Complaint foi divorce on
Plaintiffs atl irneys, WEIN8TEIN.
WEIXSTEIN & wkinstklv, u>
Lincoln Una.I. Miami Beach, tlorlda,
ami in file your original Answer In
,! office "i the Clerk .!' the above
Court mi or before July 18, 1952, oth-
erwise a Dec..... Pro Confesso will
be entered Against you.
Dated this 16th day ,f June, 1952,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
1 .. of ih.- Circuit i
rfc'eal) .
By K. ll RICE, .if:.
I'ipiily C'liik
B 20-27 7 1-11
Etional nciea ;.nd 7 Greater,
<; ::ii:.s in the fields
Lf health, education and com- j
Baity welfare.
jjaxi leaders in the Clean-
Up Camp ign are Herbert E.
[sctier. J ''" I'1' R- Stein, Ben Gill-
Joseflh M. Lipton and Sam ,
eima: Also participating in I
dosing phaaa of the Trades
vision's activities will he Abe
irman. i hairrr.an of the Flying
gquad. and Fred K. Shoehet,
n of the Metropolitan Di-
rision.
Arkin Graduates
Cum Laude; Leaves
For Naval Service
Jules Arkin,
Mrs. Joseph L.
al
Beth Sholom To
(Begin Registration
Temple Beth Sholom late last
Iweek announced the appoint-
: Mrs. living Kaplan. PTA
resident, as chairman of the Re-
pous School Registration Com-
dtt:e.
Jum 16ti through 20th, 10 a.m.
|to 12 m n, have been chose", as
[initnl -i radon days. Mrs.
con .1 Ell, chairman of the
ISchnul !! "I. indicated that Beth
Sholo-T- cl rooms are now be-
lie at: lit uncd.
PI* VIMT-CAII
h le, Ar-
m h as been
aised t<> t i de
ree of Master
Ma "ii at Hibis-
rkl" Lodge No. 275.
F. & A. M. He will practice
H Miami upon his return I
the Navy.
Beth Tfilah Sisters
To Hold Boat Ride
Sisterhood of the Congregation
oem i hi. ti is sponsoring a boat
Sunday, June 22nd,
4:30 p.m.
< as, will
till' f'itv Vai
Piei No. 8.
In charge of tickets is Mrs
Rachel Katz, president. Her com-
mute includes the Mesdames
arded the l.LB Rose Lustig, Rose Wriedson. Bet-
egree C u m ,v P;ikula ;md Lena K
.mun\ -----______________ ___
LEGAL NOTICE
son of Mr. ;ind
Arkin. 849 V< n
tian Way. Mi-
mi Beach, grad-
lated with hon-
>rs from the Un
versity ol Mi-
nii last Wi k.
At km u/a a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai !
'-'-'*.....I. ueslrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
L\li-.l..\Aiii..V\l. STEEL & PIPE,
The hnot c .. o ,, '!-, &* 11th Avenue, Hlaleah,
me Doat, Seven Seas, will F1,>,J,I. Intend to register said name
eave from the City Yacht Basin. X'-rJ*? .' "rk '"' "'" Circuit Court
']ui uade < nuntv, Flotilla
max W. TEMCHIN
WILLIAM A. ADLER
Si .a- Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for applicants
8 20-27 7 I-11
FREE ESTIMATES
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Outdoor Antenna Installations
Day & Night Service & Sundays
Broadloom Carpets
in a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
10C South Miami Ave.
Our 27th Year Under Same
Ownership. Management
In Miami
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 25606
LI ROTATE OK
DOItA IILIWIENSON, 11., .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
X| ITICE ;- heri by given thai l have
i. i on fur
Arkin is entering servi e at Rxecu-
the end ol the month and will .. .....:\ r'umk.v.
General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cars
Electric and Acetylene Welding
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Free Pick-Up and Delivery Wrecker Service
Phones 3-2244. 2-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street
be
LEGAL NOTICE
0RKIN
COMPLETE
\PES7CONTROL
ORKIN
EXTERMINATING CO.
5-3528
Miami Beach
509 N.E. 13th St.. Miami
2-1776
Builders of Irrmortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
,: led by Blmon Seiden
50
IB
Rubin / '
Wi
i '._
. :.. r in-
di nl auventu
I Xi : .i m-e thai
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lam
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;
Rl'BIN ZBIU.IN
ROS1.VN ZKKLIN
_____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 150775
SYLVIA LAMlA'Vl.K.
tiff
HARRI BAXILi
I Irfi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To. HARRY i: \MI."\ Kit
.:"',:; S\ I..- f 21th STK1-.I. I
liH.....CI.VX, SKW Vi'LK
Yi if ri 'i il wi '
of your Answer to th. H f plalni for livu ai
tornel and to file yi i X;
,., (n the Diflcf of the t .erfc
in nil i
day if July, 195
nf .. mil Rinl for dlviin hen I
tiled herein I I"- laken as i
OATEI) t Miami. 1
''" KATHERMAX
rk nf ihi Cln Jit i
p,. cui u i da
B} JOHN WEST
I leput) Cli
Nam.' .!i! 1 Addre
plalntifl '
XOK.MAN I! LYONS,
i
Miami. Klol .la
,; 20-27 1-11
ipply i" t li.
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"HARRYS I Ll.li MLssl.x
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HENRY
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6 M-27 T l-:;
of
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+Jeisti ncrkfisn
FRIDAY. JUNE 20
Braidman Heads
Brown Post, JWV
Elected Commander <>f the Nor-
II SU1 Bruce Brown Post No. 174.
.1. wish War Veterans of the
United States, is Kenneth Braid-
n an.
Jules Weiss will act as Senior
Vice Commander, with Dr. Max
I. Tendrich Junior Vice Com-
mander.
Braidnian has been associ ited
witi: veterans' organizations for
a number of years. Having spent
live years with the Drum and
Bugle Coips and with the drill
t< am of Yarmo Devere Post No.
; l, Sons of the American Lcg-
Chicago, Illinois.
Enlisting in the Coast Guard at
the age of 18. Braidman was a
rifle instructor in Boot Camp for
.i riei period. He subsequently
served 41 months, 33 of them ov-
erseas. With tin- rating of Radar-
n an 2/e. he spent It' month: in
tl European Theater of Opera-
: !i- and 17 months in the I'a-
i Theater.
Braidman carries four cam-
. :i bars ard two combat stars
invasion of Southern France
Okinawa. He has been a
< mber of the Norman Bruce
Brown Post, Jewish War Veter-
since 1948, and Captain of
Hono: Guard iron: 'hat year
: 1952. He has also served i s
M Office r of the Daj i. the
three yei rs.
Obituaries
sol. pik \i:sk\
- A .
\ PC*
th< pawl nix vphit, he
unri
..; a t the J
I 1 t' l.\
M ii >
AI.MKKT RATER
if 5ss Norl Island, Golden Ri n< h,
holm 1..-: Thui la> \ l-
i i for thr |mii*I wvei > earn,
- nur\ in. '1 l>> his wll
M l M / H
nd his n thei v. Til II if I
t a were on I .i.i\ M i n
Rlverld< Chapel, erll ter-
M
"A GOOD NAMfc
is more to be
treasured than riches."
GORDON
FUNERAL
- HOME-
SYMBOLIZES EVERY
THING A .. DOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 26 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
"?one for other gratefu'
families
******
GORDON
710 S.W. 12 th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 3-1436
Zalin H< < < h *s AB Itegrw Vrvm YeHhira
Marvin Zalis. son of Mr. and the 21st annual commencement
Mrs. Joe Zalis. 1668 SW 14th | exercises Tuesday. June 17th. in
Terrace. Miami, received the AB the University's Nathan Lamport
degree from Ycshiva University's i Auditorium. New York City.
College of Arts and Sciences ;it Tie degree was conferred >>
Dr. Samuel Belkin, President of
the University. Honorary de-
grees were presented to Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Dr. Mar-
cus D. Kogel. New York City
Commissioner
Dr. Harry J
Emeritus. Colu
luir.bia Univer
velt delivered
mert address.
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Carman. Dl
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the commencd
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jpjDAY, JUNE 20, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE
-----NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NV NAME LAW
VOTICE I" HEREBY OIVBN Ihal
m i. desiring to enga
I, i the fictitious nan
.:,., r DEPARTMENT BT*)RE, at
';,'.', s n Drive, South m,..... .
ida i" register Mid name
. k of the Circuit Coun
unty, Fronds
LOTH AM COMPANY,
;i Florida corporation
Sole lwner
SILVER *. Mil.I.i.V
Lotham Company
nh the
,.[ Part.'
AH
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!:,.!,I inu
JO:
, 111_________
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
eiFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY:
No. 1C04O5
pjVLI'll ilREEN, Plaintiff
v\ lillKKN, Defendant.
'NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\NN GREEN
1470 PARKCHESTER ROAD
UKONX, NY.
y,i|- required to Mrve a pops
at tour Answer I" Hip HIM of Com-
i ilvorc.....i Plaintiffs ai
i rile the original Answer
nrrice of the Clerk of the I 'ii -
on or before the tiffl day
f July, AD, ISSI; otherwise, the
alnl for divorce hereto-
|0re riled herein will be taken as
,i bj you.
PATED al Miami, Florida, ll.is L'ml
i ,,,. .\n. 1952.
i: It. LEATHERMAV,
Clerk or the Circuit ''mum
Dade County, Florida.
Bj c, li HARD1E,
Deputy Clerk
\ ddreaa of
ittorne) :
JJOR.MAN R LYONS
i n pla IllilK.
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LEGAL NOTICE
^JewistiJkrkMan
IN THt
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AND FOR
FLORIDA
GLADYS i:
KENNETH
NOTICE BY
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D.ADE COUNTY
No.'UK.ANCERY'
Hll.LMAX, P|
V- HII.I.MAN
PUBucA'-no^
HILLMAX
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NTICE X22** FICT.TIOU
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NORMAN
M0-1J Olympij
Miami. Florida
' M l 8-13-2Q
I'K \THERM w
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'',, STOCKING
Deputj Clerk
nddrei
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Building
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 150498
EMILY IHERESA HE1SER,
Plaintiff,
\ -
WILLLIAM HE18ER,
I lefi in I. int.
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
K WILLIAM HEISER
lli'lili A Bl N
Stfei t.
i:.....n, Basi menl
N"i Rew York
VNK WILLIAM HEISER,
II i. I that a Hill of
i voi ha* bei n file I
..,,, red l
of your Answi i I 'lead -
' III ol 'omplaint i n I
ney, BEN Essen
Mi.mii. Florida, and
nal Ai.-u. or Pleading
of the Clerk ol thi i
or before the 7th <1 i
. If you fail to do bo,
default will be tak< n
foi the i. II, : ii. in.in.i, .1
' 'omplaint.
shall be publish! .1 oi
four i ..ii- ecul Ive \\ ei k.
lEWls'H I LORIDI w
VNU UROERED at Miami.
h 41 ti day "f June, A I >
II .
rJlEK1 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
>MEnNT^>^UD|CIAL CIRCUIT IN
F^S? ?AD.?.. COUNTY.
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IN THE
ELEV
A
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
BENEDICT HIMa^TrUUntiff
EmiT"* ?RILL :..... MINNIE
;''. Mi .and and...... nrt ,
a. id. and ... o-i artm r ED-
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tAI'- ..... HAZEL M RAPE
mIw"' ,'V;' A1'KRT FREE.
MAN. and MARY FREEM \N
ffcctu?ErIflJI?w! '' u
mi' i i.i.) Defendants
T,,. NOTICE TO APPEAR
v'lr'T.V.u ,l:l:ll-'< AND MIX-
ME BRILL, I
ually and
refill'
ALBERT h-REEMAX AND
MARY FREKMAN
F.DUAIJD rape,
as Ml ItAPP, VXD I! \z
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"LORIDA IN
COUNTY
MAXIM
JOHN K
AND FOR DADE
, N CHANCERY.
No. 150686
VRMKTIto:
I'll
ARMSTRONG
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I.mK T,.F0R DIVORCE
'< "X%E. ARMSTRONG
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Answei
LEGAL NOTICE
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rinal Answer or
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II '.', fall to
JudBinent by default will be
ou for n,. relief de-
"SE" i 'lain
notice shall be pul.l
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LEGAL NOTICE
. ekv
I..TH.E JEWISH SiklDAx""
^ AND tiRDEREIJ nl Miami,
' day ol June, A.n.
' H. LEATHERMAN,
ill Court,
l ., Ii i 'nunty, Fli
[Co .-
B; ti l: HARDIE,
BEN Kssi:n'":
P
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IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26518.B
RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA HHERMAX, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Ik'AKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL e
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la ......bj given that I li.v^.Jf
riled my final report and i iiii. : r.,f -
Final in-, harge aa Amiilan a. -.. inl
strator C.T.A. of the estate of ANNAl
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E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
l"li County, Florida
i Court Seal i
Bj JOHN WEST,
,.,. Deputy Clerk
I \ E8Q,
rot piuiniirr
-
HI'lK.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M'Tl.i; is HEREBY OIVBN that
-"I '.- :- ,.. .
1 r the fictitious name of
AIM'.:. MEN'S SHOP, at B233 N,
t, Miami Bpringa, Flor-
". 'ntenda to register said name
with .!.. Clerk of tho Circuit Court
oi Dad, County, Blorida.
,-.... NILS KRUPP
H'TM.p. r. HUTNER. Eaqs.
A r -NILS KHL'IT
Dated
lay ,.f
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring t., engage in
r the fictitious name of
:\H]l VRE "f BOI'TH FLOR-
County, Florida, Intend
ild name with the Clerk
t- ,, Court of Dade County,
BERNARD BEBCHUCK
IM-13-:,-,- -"AI:"1-" P- eEiss
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\i>ti ,. NAME LAW
%''t:'m..,!"-:"'-,:v ,:,vkn "'
bu
-. dealrlng t., engage In
. 'er the fictitious name of
Hurt8.1:1' RE8TAURANT, at >90 N.
" wild name with the Clerk
Horlda t'ourt of "i"1'' County,
[Al'.,\,.,.,.,.., ANN WEINItECK
'\II2 ft ARONOVIT2
i i-iuig!.....*n'
I th..
'i"i: is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N'lTii-i- ,NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
d, dealrlng t < > engage In
the fictitious nan,.' ol
HE8TAURANT, at 57
lo ~.....'. Miami, l-'l., |nt< n.l-
n name with the Clerk
' ult Court <.f l lade l kttinty,
MKfc
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attome). HARi H.D ZIN'X. Bo.", I.
coin Roail M K
rile ii.....i isii nl ol
other ph idli ,..,
Clerl lit Court or 1 lade
County, Florida, pfon the
80th da) nl i- ilefaull
hl< h the t will be laki
aa < onfi seri
The properl
Chattel Moi .
as being
and personal prnpi rty noti
place I ted al l" .-' )\
8th Streel ,1 Ida, and I
as IIIMMKI.S MALI. A, CHAIN BAR
.v RESTA I'll VXT as the Mini
more partien
!/..,I in II .. I I
tachi rt herel
of"; togethi '':
crlheii
and prol Its of thi
and pr, n w
at M I' i'1 ',
M :"':'
i: B LEATHERMAN.
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Bj II II RICE, JR.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 141530
MARY I.I' /"I'll'. Plaintiff
\ s
i;i:.m: i.i: ZtiTTE, Defendant
Residence unknown ,,_
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI i: Ol n. I.. Zottl .....
You an I rebj nol fled tl
.,f Complaint ror Dlvoi ha>
riled ago nsl you, and
quired to serve o roi ol
w,, or Pleadlna to the B
plaint on the Plaintiff' x
Stephen k kfissler, .-
Haul..- SI Miami, l
original Answi r or l leadl
Office of the Clerk ol
court on '" I "
July, IMS If )0 i fail to
menl bj d<
you ror tii
Hill of i
Thi
each w
in THE
DONE .' '.''.'.....," ,,.,. A |,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150499
HELEN R1VOI1M
Ji UN \ ItlVOIRE, Di
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'UN A. RIVdIRE
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published
11 vi weeks
THE JEW ISII FLORIDIAX
AND illtDERED at Miami.
hi- lili da) of June, A.I'
I'i iNK
FrnR!DJN,AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
..,,,., No. 150245
PRED GARRISON, Plaintiff
MAMIE'SI'E GARRISON, Defendant
,R,D,F,R. OF PUBLICATION
MAMIE SUE GARRISON
; o Rosalee Brown
l: F D. si
Homer, Georgia
a are hereby notified, that a Bill
Jf 'omplaint for Divorce has been
igainst you |n the above cause
and you are required to serve a copj
"i your answei on the Plaintiff's At-
torney and file the original in the
of the Clerk ol the Circuit
court on or before the 30th day of
June, 1952, otherwise the allegations
ol the i.ill ..i Complaint will i- taken
.,- confessed by von.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida tins 26th daj of Mai 1932
g. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of 1 Circuit Court
ill Court Seal)
Bj M C. FEIGE,
,, ,..... Deputy Clerk
MANTEL H'BEL
Plaintiff
B :,M:ik
:-' X. E. 2nd Ave.
Ml mil. F'loi I
8 6-13-20

II
I : LEATHERMAN,
Court,
. Florida.

Bj JOHN WEST,
I >. .... i '1,
ARi l.M '. i IX fc A Hi IXI
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!sTl riiiv ALICE TAYI.'iR
.:>; KE88LER
, Applicant
rl er St.
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NTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^'t if i. ',"' ''"< "f I
"ic jCountyi Mo
"'TN'KR
tne Clrcull
_ .urlda.
welda herxog
Robert heil/.in;
ictner, ksqs.
*" Rober; H "ld" Her,

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11 \\ ISII FLOR1DIAN
VND <>RI>ERED
ill, daj "
I- i: i EATHER.M IX.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150544
[MiRoTHI E. STATE*)', Plaintiff,
- YATES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rO: HiifC.LAS YATES
lint, :
al
... Dlvorci haa bei n
ire re-
., opj or j'oui ai n
lo th, Bill or Complaint
on the plaintiff's attornej and file
lb, origii ending In the
f the Clerk of I e Cln ull Coui i
, the Tih daj of July, 1952.
i idgment by de-
. rm | aga ist >"ii for
,...i. nianded In the Bill "'
SV ORDERED al Miami,
p this 6th daj of June, A D.
) B. LEATHERMAN,
i ,.f the Circuit Courl
By )YM W STOCKING, D.C.
RICH MM' K SHEPARD,
' ri.mitllf
-.,.., w i igii st Miami, i- la.
Vi______
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 28112-B.
IISTATE IF
i:i:\i:stink a. HRfNSON.
Decei ..I
| 111 Cri tlitors .in,l All IVl...... II.n -
hik Claims or I.. me nils At
Said i:.-i n
V'o i, ii ni each ou, are hereby
itlned and required ( present any
and demands which you, or
either of you, maj have against the
of ERNESTINE A. BRCN-
Si i.\ ,!. ns< ,l late of Dade County,
... i" the Honorable County
Judges "f Dade County, and rile the
same In their offices in th,- Count)
Courthouse in Dade Count}-, Florida,
within .-iulit calendar months from
the date <>f the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and i" I"- sworn t, and presented as
.if..., >.i Id, or sain.- II be bai n d,
Date June 3, A.D. 1952.
E. A. JOHNSON,
As Executor ot the Last Will
MILKMAN. ,i.....ased; and that nl
the i :ih day of July, 1952. I will ., i .
to the Honorable FRANK B, |xiVL-(
'!. 'ounty Judge ol I lade Count
Florida, for approval of Bald final
report ami ror final discharge i An-
cillary Administrator C.T.A "f
Estate ol anna SHERMAN, di
ed.
This nth day ,,f June, 1932
,. .... GEORGE SHERMAN
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorn.-ys for
Anclllarj idmlnlst rator i' T A
il'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
ii 13-20-27 7/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
business under the fictitious nan
Hl'DDLE BAR AND DRILL, at i
All axai Avenue, Coral Gables, Inl nda
to i later ^,;.| name with the
Of th<. Clrcull Court "f Dade Co
Floi Ida,
REHA ELLIS
MICHAEL M. I8EXBERG
Attorney f",- Applicant
Ha; Blscaync Bldg,
i 13-20-27 7/4 (
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, dealrlng t,. engag In
in,-in, ss under the rictltioua nan. ,.'
WEATHER-VIEW OF MIAMI, at
2751 Coral Way. Miami, Fla., Intend
to register Mid nun., with the Clerk
of iim circuit Court of Dade Co
Florida.
LEON LAZAR
JOSEPH PARDO
Attornej for Applicant
nil Seybold Bldg.
6 18-20 27 7 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engi -
i. n under the fi.-i Itlous nan
JACK .- SERVICE STATION, at
Biseaj n- Blvd., Miami, l-'la.. lilt,
i i.....,- with the ''
the Circuit Courl of Dade C
Floi ida.
JACK FIERM
ALEX DAVID
Pal in, is
: 7 l-ll
and Testament
ERNESTINE A.
GI.ICK a- PELTZ
t^ongri Ba Bldg,
Miami. 1-1:,.
Attornej's for E. A. Johnson
I
BRL'NSi >N.
I leceased.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREBY 'IIS EN
I,
bin .ii. s> .....|er the i Id Itious na I
BOX 'l'"N CLEANERS AND LA
DRY, nl b:i; X W
ami. Floi Ida, intends to reglste
name \\ i t >, i he 'lei k ol thi '
Court "f i ', le i "ouni.... |."io; id
RELIABLE LAUNDRY, INC
Bj : Stanlej Krusi
I ',<.
VRONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attoriu v f..i Reliable Laundrj .
6 13-20-21 7 1

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HARI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE
the ui .
ISS.*
in. ,.. litious nan" '"
ka^ i i'_ '..... ,.-;., ntendf to
'">":,,M, ;,;;: with the
af'^CiSuM Courl ol Dad. C
Florida. c T M, |.-ai:i.aM'
BERT BAGBR .
Attorney for AiM'll.'ant
810 Biseayne Jlldg.
6/1J-20-27 7/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOT1CE IS HEREBY H1VEN that
VI RANT AND BAR,
^mX.W. 7th Ave., Mlam. Fla..
: with the
lit ,. iri ol Dade
'' HANS MARTIN HANSON
Ml s JOHANSSON
STEPHEN 1' KESSLER
V| mta
st.
20 ^____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU.S
NAME LAW
v ,,,,,; is HEREBY ,;1YKN thai
ring to engage In
. war si
. c..,. ol Dad* County,
F;""U HAROLD SAM.-els
I, .UN JAMES I'AljK
STANLEY I. 1'KEVITSON
MII.TOX MAMBER
Vtl rney for Applicants
(50 IJncoln Road
j.a0 6/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150273
Mildred A. Yuralch, Plaintiff
VB.
HERMAN YURSICH. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO HERMAN YURSICH,
Residence Unknown
YOl' are required i" serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney and t" file the original ana-
wer in the Offloe ol the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court on or before the 27th
day of June, A.D. ii'".:': otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 27tli
day of May. A.D. 1952.
E B LEATHERMAN,
clerk cf the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Seal)
By: M C, FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
Name and address of
Plaintiff's Attornej
NORMAN It LYONS
910-12 olympia Building
M,.,mi. Florida
r, 30 >' '6-13-20
x
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng t" engage in
business under the rictltioua name of
a HERMAN Mfg. co, mot inc.), at
.",71 N W. 29th st Miami, Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
oi the Clrcull Courl of Dade county.
F i.., nl.,.
CAI'.nl.YN .1. AIIERMAN
JULIAN It. ABERMAN
GEORGE .1. TAI.1A.N, II F
Attorney for Applicants
27 7 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 150269
In the matter of the petition
of WILLIAM II. MORGAX for
Adoption "f LINDA LEIGH CROM-
LEY, a Minor child.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TO: ROBERT F. CROMLEY,
, ,, Pittsburgh City Police
i lepartment
Pittsburgh, Penn.
YOU are hereby notified that WIL-
LIAM ii MORGAN has Bled a peti-
tion In this cause for the adoptl
the White female infant born to-
ALICE K. CROMLEY, now ALICE K.
Mi iRi IAN, on the nth day "i No
iiir, 1940, in Pittsburgh, Pennsj
la, and whose name is LINDA LEIOH
CROMLEY, and you are herebj
tied io be ami appear in the
si, led Coui i on the 27th day ol J im .
A.D. 1962, and then and there show
cause if any there be, why Bald
tition for adoption of said mlnoi
by the s.ii.i petitioner, should n
granted.
DATED at Miami. Dade Co
Florida, on this 87th day ol
l: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florl'U
I'.y: M. C. FEIGE
Deputy clerk
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Petitioner
910-12 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida.
".'::o 6'6-13-20
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Pledge Support
Of Pop Concerts
A pledge of support for the
second season of the Miami Beach
Pop Concerts given by the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra greeted Mrs. Marie Volpe,
chairman, at a meeting of the
Ways ;.nd Means Committee held
ill tic Miami Beach Auditorium
early last week.
With the roster of guest art-
ists already booked for the Pop
Concerts, beginning at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium on June
29th. and running for eight con-
secutive Sundays, the plan of
seating the audier.ee around tab-
les will again be repeated.
Mrs. Albert Pick, president of
the Symphony ,Club. Mrs. Claude
Rcnshaw, 1st vice president, and
Other members of the Ways and
Means Committee who will be in
charge of contacting organiza-
tions and individuals are Mrs.
Nellie MeArthur. musicians;
George J. Bert man. real estate;
Mrs. Ruby Barrett Carson, Sun-
set Islands; Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
radio and television; Mrs. Mabel
P. Murray, Surfsidc area.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nelson
;ind Mrs. M. C. Freeman, hosts;
Mrs. Eda K. Liddle. personal con-
tacts; Mrs. Maurice Lev and Mrs.
M. B- Cirlin, physicians: Mrs. Jos-
eph Duntov. Mount Sinai Hos-
pital: Mrs. Alice Hailparn Kolb,
Lincoln Road.
Mis. Kenneth Oka. attorneys;
Herman Binder and Mrs. Her-
man Grayson, publicity; Miss
Peggy McKay, Miami Beach City
Hall, with Mrs. Andrew Green-
field, Mrs. Leo Huberman and
Anyuta Melicov.
Meanwh ill. M has I i en report-
i : thai many servii i lub ai d
other organization! an buying
- ts to be
ited employ-
F it com ei t will fi ature
a Gil s in, 11
n '.
Beach Young Adults
To Hear Elliot Field
Elliot Field. WKAT radio per-
sonality, will present a program
of interpretive reading to the
Young Adult Group of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center on
Wednesday evening, June 25th,
at 8:30 p.m.
North Dade Picnic
On Sunday atternoon. June
22rd, 1 p.m., the North DidejJune 23rd.
Jewish Center will hold a Com-
munity Picnic at Greynold"s
Park.
Mindlin To Speak
Leo Mindlm wiii _
Living Journal Qi*ppearJ
,tUr* f > JeSwShnF$
!the Air, Sunday u 4
istatlon WFEC \\ ', ,.,
cu The R '""wail
| In Germany. 0f
Tifereth Israel Sisten.
The Sisterhood of T,f, ,
::'"' Center^
meetinL; ... Monda
at 8:30 D
will b.' hair stj
ck v. who will
tion and talk.
i
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Memhers of the University of Miami Symphony Club Committee
preparing to put up posters for eight Pop concerts starting June
29th. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Left to right are Henry
Nelson. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miss Anyuta Melocov. Mrs. Maurice
Lev and Mrs. M. P. Murray.
AiiKcnink Picks ; 3irs. Srhuh'iantl
HVIfaro Hoard To tivad
Committees Hero Uabies Sisters
Harry Zukerniek. chairman of : Mrs. Sam Schulefar.d was in-
the District No. 5 Welfare Board, j stalled president of the Coral
has appointed the following Com- j Gables Jewish Center Si-terhood
mittees for the year 1952-1953: at a recent An-
Administrative Committee: Dr. { nual Installation!
Glenn C. Janus, chairman. Mrs. Dinner Dance.
Frank B. Dowling. Mrs. Adrian
Jacobs and Ben Shepard.
Legislative Committee: Jack
iHorsley, chairman. Mrs. James L.
i Anderson. William C. Join.
Mrs. Stanley C Myers and Rev-
en nd Ralph Rogers.
Fraud Committee: Thomas B.
Duff, chairman, Philip C. B
Glenn Bludworth and H. H. Mea-
dor.
Social Si vice Commit! e: Mrs.
Ch ili A. Carroll, chairman.
Mrs, G rland Budd. Revert nd
John E. Culner, M. M. Goodwin,
Other officers
are the Mes-
(1 a m e s Sam
Goodman, 1 s t
vice president
Meyer A. Bask
in, 2nd vice
president: Abe
W. Harris, re-
cording secre
t ary ; Hen r\
Levy, assistant
co n sponding secretary.
The Mesdames Sol rlalpert, fi-
nancial secretary; Herbert Braun.
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letter of congratulation to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
! i'.-.-1! it-i i .. Corporation, cicty. will be held on Monday
evening, June 23rd. 8:30 p.m., at
the Sovereign Hotel, with Mrs.
p:S.nT'\-^ Rrdec.^ien ''I treasurer; Lee Elman, parliamen-
. .,/ ;. ( stm,uP and tarjan; and Allen Bernstein, his-
Consutnptive Relief
Holds Spring Social
A Mi ml i r Bring A Mi
of Cor.^l Gal les.
ng to a monolithic pour
at th ti ilitary base under a Rood
contract, I). K. Eppert, area en-
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hospitalized and receive treat-
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pAy, JUNE 20. 1952
I'll Say...
+Jewist Meridian
PAGE 3
Israel, Diaspora, and Jewish Education
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
rous than persecutions stirred by religious
Curticism. The aim of Christian or Moslem bigotry
rsion. Religious intolerance was ben! on
Ms
, u. goul; but in practice, the walls ol Chu
L,ue saved the body. Anti-Semitism has no
t
live. For earned out to its logical
S-Semitism ends up by destroying body ana
, extermination, by total annihilation that no
system can advocate without endangering its
II
W-SEM1TISWS NET
*Tht urge and desire to survive monopolized Jew
Ihinkinu- A" other thought had to be subordinated, all
rrams postponed, all activities sidetracked. Pre-
Jutirn- of danger proved only too true. The most
mtastic foreshadowing paled before actual daily oc-
nences. Before the orgy of mass murder i
-third of Jewry had perished. In the face of i
Jrful holocaust, the warning and program of Zionism
iok en meaning, even to the hitherto skeptical; th
ho had intelligence and good will joined the effort I i
jve the Jewish problem, that baffling enigma of the
JEft
iEDISAT ISRAEL
When the long awaited opportunity finally present-
,,.,:! -tie great majority saw and felt the vital need
all out effort. The Jewish State had to be created.
nPv became secondary sacrifice. The precious life
lood of Jewish youth, hard to spare alter the loss of
liilion-'. cemented the foundations of the Third .) -
monwealth. The establishment of Medinat Is-
the Jewish soul. A new spirit of inner pri
elf respect replaced former complexes, p >--
ncd ir instant harrassment and threats to life
roperty.
m ZIONIST VICTORY
Thi Zionism triumphed. But a triumph den
ompletion. There is nothing more to dispute about
had been demonstrated
Consequently it has noth-
ideas. The theoretical
low its demands have
mplemente I. Within Israel, the accepted
I-. '" I V ,.' iind mol'e wu,k- Outside of
Tl, t '"' 'lu',y "f world Jewry unmistakable.
ne infant stati m eds economic aid badly. Jews every-
' ii generous contributions to
'ted Jewish Appeal, American Jewry in particu-
1 rids I i the utmost capacity.' Private in-
t in t ,. state are of paramount urgency.
**' :1 "' Viet iry, many Zionists oversimpli-
tion Tor Jewrv outside of Israel.
It is easy to explore Jewish history and conclude that
tralut IS tantam unl to insecurity. Therefore, it follows
illj thai there is no other alternative than for
Ji in all lands to migrate into Israel. Such a solu-
tion may sound plausible; but is it practical, or even
ible?
THE DIASPORA
Ju religion is not confined to any
| til alar land; nor is it the prerogative of any special
Actually, its greatest developments have
in countries outside of Palestine. Moses, a
let of Egypt and the desert, never set foot on the
Promised Land. The second Isaiah and Ezekiel saw
their beatific visions in Babylon. The Talmud was as-
led, edited, and completed in Mesopotamia. Per-
haps the highest efflorescence took place in Spain. Jew-
ish science 'Judi.sc/ic Wissenscho/tJ reached the high
ark in Germany. In the semi barbarous en-
nments of Russia, Poland, and Lithuania, a Jewish
lift ol intensi piety and learning developed, a remark-
able Chassidic Cult originated, a religious and secular
ature was created. The American community is
c imii to equal, if not surpass, the
achievements ol former Jewries.
ITS SHIFTING SATIRE
A tually, it is sible to crowd world Jewry
limited terrain of Israel. But even if it were
physically possible, would it be feasible'.' Some think-
t th flexible versatility, the persistent cre-
ativity of Hebrew genius is due to the constant shift-
ing of the Jewish center. A continuous residence in
Palestine for the past 2000 years might have degener-
ated into the stagnation of the Levant. It was contact
with ripe cultures and new civilizations that kept the
Jewish intellect in ferment.
ITS CHALLENGE
In the past, the Diaspora has demonstrated an al-
most uncanny ability to live and create under the most
difficult conditions. Isolated by walls of stone and
hate, Ghetto Jewry contracted its living within relig-
ious precepts. Creative efforts were confined to a
Judaism that was consoling, protective, and satisfying.
But the world has passed from the age of faith to an
era of skeptical science.
RELIGIOUS TWILIGHT
What is the next phase? What fervor will fill the
vacuum left by the realization of Zion? The pious will
advocate a return to the Synagogue. But the Zeitgeist.
the spirit of the times, is secular. This does not mean
that Judaism is discarded; it does mean, however, that
modern life no longer emphasizes religion. It is sig-
nificant that the largest, and perhaps the most influ-
ential house of worship in Greater Miami is called, not
a temple or Synagogue, but a Center; a symbolic rec-
ognition that the social phase overshadows the relig-
ious.
JEWISH VALUES
The more intellectually aware point to Jewish edu-
cation as the next overall directive. And they do not
confine Jewish education to reading the Haftorah at
Bar-Mitzva graduations, or acquiring a smattering of
pidgin Hebrew. They feel the necessity of understand-
ing the Jewish past, its morality and ethos, its impact
upon world culture. Persecution might leave its scarred
tissue, but the Jewish soul has been refined in the
process. No people have a better perception of social
injustice, of personal dignity, of the rights to be safe
guarded for the individual. They insist that Jewish
experience has a contribution for the modern world.
Thus, once more Diaspora Jewry is at the cross-
roads. At the moment, the sign post points only in the
direction of Jewish education.
WUmeer U*oin#n
llarv Shoirer*
Installation
fiuni i r Women, Cluo No. 2,
trill hold a baby shower and in-
liJJation of officers on Monday
venin^. June 23rd. 8 p.m., at the
Ires! Israel Congregation.
Purp< se of the shower will be
pro\ de clothing for institu-
ons maintained in Israel by Pi-
oneer Women. Mrs. Manya Shu-
ov will be installing officer.
ON THE OCEAN
32d IO 33r Bombay Hotel Has First Flamingo Circle Party
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SUPERLATIVE DINING
in the Continental Mtnne*
6 lo tO P.M.
JBERNIE MAYERSON'S MUSIC
PAGODA
ROOM
Moonlight Dance
The Bombay Hotel will hold
a Premiere Monnlight Dance on
its new outdoor patio tomorrow
ev : ing at 9 p.m.
Julio Torre.- 'and his six-piece
orchestra will perform. Featur-
ed will be Salvador Munoz at a
I special Cocktail Concert. Organ-
j ist Munoz will present rarely-
; heard native South American folk
' n UMe from Colombia. Panama.
Peru. Venezuela and Equador.
Commentator will be publicist
Helen Alpeit. Jewish Floridian
columnist, a former student at
thi Peabody Conservatory
Music. Baltimon
will hold
a Game Partv at the Prince Mich- Proceeds will be used to pur-
chase clothing for underprivileg-
ed children. ____
lael Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sun-
day evening, June 22nd, 8 p.m.
of
Hear Food Talk
Tastv Teasers For A Florida
was the subject of a
talk v Ruth Eden, assistant pro-
i, ssor ol H I : n'"
... : Miami, held before
I e Women's Group of the Flag-
Granada -i< wish Jewish Com-
munity C ntei la-' ight.
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