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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 24Number 27
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Israel Revises Policy Toward Arabs;
23,000 Infiltrees To Remain There
JERUSALEM (JTA)Three major developments in Israel's
policy toward its Arab population were announced here this week-
end simultaneously with the release of a report by the Premier's
f i?AiS g th5ondition of the Jewish State's Arab minority
1'0.000 persons. The three new developments are:
t u Custodian of Absentee Property has decided to re-
lease the property of Arabs who are citizens of Israel. The Cus-
todian is prepared to release upon application all movable prop-
erty and to consider the release of urban real property as well as
unfreeze all Arab bank accounts.
2. The Government has permitted some 23,000 Arab infiltrees
; r?main,.permanently in this country. In addition, it is known that
13,000 infiltrees reside illegally in Arab villages.
3. The Government has agreedin conferences between For-
eign Minister Moshe Sharett and United Nations Truce Supervisor
Lt. Gen. William E. Rileyon procedures for the return to their
homes of Arabs evacuated from the demilitarized zone of the Huleh
region some months ago during Syrian-Israel fighting. The move-
ment is expected to be concluded this week.
The Premier's Office report states that the 170,000 Arabs in
Israel include 32,000 living in cities and towns, 120,000 in rural
communities and 18,000 nomads. It states that in carrying out the
pledge contained in the Israel Declaration of Independence guar-
anteeing the Arabs political equity, the government has published
its Official Gazette in Hebrew and Arabic, inscribed its currency
in both languages and sponsors regular Arab radio broadcasts and
has extended the franchise to the Arab population.
Over 31,000 Arabs voted in Israel's first general elections and
70,000 are expected to participate this month in the Parliamentary
ballotting. The report reveals that the Ministry of Interior is spon-
soring self-government in Arab villages, while the Ministry of
Culture is attempting to raise the standard of living of the minority
population and has a budget ot 100,000 pounds for this purpose. The
report says that 96 Arab villages hold 250,000 dunams of land.
First National Israel Bonds Parley
Slated For Washington In September
Pro-Arab Group C07 flAA flA ftrivp 'Israel-Syrian
Begins Publicity | W^ ^ "IVi Disputo %akes
istXroSf ^h^p^Sr-i Launched Af Dinner Dangerous' Turn
organized American Friends of! ., ., ,. tinttfd nations N v (IT
More than 17o board members ,,up!i'tuJ.IVA.1Ki .' i i
and executive directors of the A)Tlhe. <*lsPute between Israel
the Middle East committee, a
include numerous
anti-Tsrae! seven agencies participating in and Syria over the continuation
--~~ .~..mv-. ami israei .. ._.. rnmhinri rwih Am : of the Huleh drainage project has
personalities, launched a huge "**, ,?J comoinea jewisn Ap-1 tk "dancerous" turn which
Duhliritv nrocram thU week with Peal Monday night attended a | laKen. a. aan8erous tui n. wn en
am this week with, buffet Jg meeting which ^ brig ,l back to the United
launched a supplemental drive Nations Security Council for de-
..*>. nnn /"u'l/in I lout I .on U/tlllQYm HMf'"
cision, Lieut. Gen. William Riley,
UN Palestine Truce Supervisor,
Informed the United Nations this
week.
V : u, for S87.000.
Formed last week to increase _, j,... .
appreciation of common spiritual Thee additional funds are neces-
values" between Middle East sa.ry, for the continuance of the
countries and the United States, v.ital. services of Ue agencies in-
the Committee does not include eluding the Jewish Home for the l Gen. Riley reported that a
anv reoresentaSves of Israel ASed- Mount Sinai Hospital, Jew-1 group of Arab land-owners, rep-
thoueh thfjewish Itate's hostile I ish Centers Association. Bureau resenting the owners of 95 percent
Arab?neShbow are amolv Veore- of Jewish Education. National I of the Arab land required for the
sented dv American svmDatmz- \ Council of Jewish Women, Jew- I proposed channel for the Jordan
c"-- o..... and River under the drainage project,
had rejected any proposal for the
First national conference for
State of Israel Bonds will be
held in Washington, D.C.. from
Thursday, September 20, through
Sunday, September 23. it was
announced this week by Julian
B. Venetzky, chairman of the
executive committee of the
American Financial and Develop-
ment Corporation for Israel,
which is directing the $500,000,-
000 Israel Independence Bund
drive.
"This national conference,"
Venetzky stated in announcing
the meeting, "will give Jewish
lead rs of America their first |
portunity to meet on a nat'.on-
scale for the purpose of re- I
viewing the economic situation j
in Israel and of developing olans i
to further the sale of State of <
racl Bonds. Represenr.it.ves |
.ill attend from Jewish commun-
ities throughout the country, and
from all important national Jew-
ish organizations.
-Results of the Bond drive to
date have indicated an inspiring I
response from the American
Eytan Talks To
UN Truce Chief
TEL AVIV (JTA)Lieut. Gen.
William E. Riley, United Nations
t -uce chief, conferred with Wal-
ter Eytan, Director General of
toe Israeli Foreign Office, on the
latest developments in the Huleh
Declamation situation f blowing
the refusal of the Arab our.
of seven dunams of land in the
reclamation area to sell or ex-
change their property so that
the reclamation project may pro-
ceed.
Efforts to secure the agreement
of the Arabs, made by Col. Taxis,
American head of the Israel-Sy-
rian Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion, resulted in failure and Gen.
Rilev indicated in a report- to
the United Nations yesterday
that there was little prospect of
solution through the commission
Jewish community," Venetzky
said. "Our activities will con-
tinue at a high level during the
summer months. The September
conference will be the occasion
for an evaluation of results up
to that time, and the beginning
of am increased effort for the
fill."
ers.
Asked why Israeli representa-
tives were not invited to join as
charter members last week. Miss
Thompson told the American
Jewish Press, she believed. "Is-
rael was well represented in this
country already."
The full-page ads, which in-
cluded a membership blank,
stressed the jumpy world situa-
tion.
"To defeat Communism," the
full-page ads read, "the 200 mil-
lion people of the Middle East
need more than bread alone.
They must have American
friendship and understanding."
A section of the advertisement
which dealt for the first time
with a specific program to be
undertaken by the group, con-
firmed an American Jewish
Press report last week that the
Thompson Committee would
bring Arab spokesmen "to meet
American audiences in pernon^
and "send representatives of the
Committee to the Middle East
to stress the fact that a substan-
tial body of American public
opinion shares our concern ?nd
interest in this area."
ish Social Service Bureau
Jewish Vocational Service.
Dan B. Ruskin. president of ntal r sale f..their land'cr
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- Jhf Jex5_hanlg.e. L1} fL*3 2255
eration, opened the meeting
which was held in the not-yet-
UJA May face New Crisis as
70,000 JEWS OF IRAN
FEAR MOUNTING UNREST
completed dining room of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, and
introduced Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, chairman of the supple-
mental drive.
Guest speaker was Stanley C.
Myers, former national president
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds. Also on the program were
Max Orovitz, president of Mount
Sinai Hospital: Leon Kaplan,
president of the Jewish Centers
Association; and Maurice Pearl-
stein, executive director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Following the talks, all pres-
ent pledged their support to the
effort which is scheduled to con-
tinue throughout the summer.
Among additional contributions
announced at the meeting were
$1,500. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
land, so that the project could
continue. According to Gen Ril-
ey's message, there is little pros-
pect of a suitable solution ar-
ranged through the Mixed Arm-
istice Commission, and this means
that the parties might have to
have recourse again to the UN
Security Council.
A
Suez Issue To
Be Diseussed
At UN Session
WASHINGTON (JTA)Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban said this
week he was almost certain that
the Egyptian embargo on Israel-
bound shipments through the
Suez Canal will be taken up at
the United Nations. Following a
meeting with Assistant Secretary
of State George C. McGhee.
, i which lasted almost an hour.
Weinkle S1.000. Baron de Hirsch i Pl ;j u u i__i /-..,..,
A/r,.Q -j n. a *#. tc.~v, Eban said that the Israel Govern-
Meyer and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Weidberg; $500, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose; $300, Norman R.
Lyons; S250, August Brothers
Bakery, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg. Judge and Mrs.
I
ment is in agreement with Gen.
Riley. the United Nations Pales-
tine Truce Chief.
Mr. Eban did not say that he
had discussed the Suez issue with
Harold B. Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. | McGhee. He described the talk as
Harold Thurman; $200, Philip being about "current problems."
Berkowitz; $150, Farr Tours; '. He did say that he has been ir.
$100, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Field, discussion with other interested
Florida Processing Company, parties on the Suez canal issue.
Louis Gadon, Mr. and Mrs. Na- | The latest event in the Near East;-
than Glosser. Bernard Korn- i involving Iran, makes it doubly
blum, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rein- urgent to re-open the Suez Canal
hard, David Selikin and Stuart' and to resume the operation of
Winston. the Haifa refinery, he stated.
50 Jewish Refugees, Now In Germany,
Granted U. S. Entry Visas After 2 Years
NEW YORK (JTA)Fifty Jewish refugees, part of a group of
nearly 400 which returned to Germany in 1949 and 1950 from Shang-
hai and other parts of China, were last week granted United States
entry visas by the American Consul in Munich, the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee reported here today.
A total ot 30 visas, including 30 issued earlier this year, have
now been given to the refugees, almost all of whom fled Nazi Ger-
many during the 193C";- and made their way across Europe and
Asia tc Shanghai, only city which would permit them to remain.
Interned behind bi.rbed wire by the Japanese during World War
II. they were kept alive only by the aid of JDC. Classified as DP's
under the U.S. DP Act of 1050. "the refugees will be brought to this
country through the cooperation of JDC. the International Refugee
Organization and the United Service for New Americans.
Bremen Settles Claims On Property
BREMEN (JTA)A lump settlement of all claims to heirless
Jewish property in the state of Bremen was reached during the
week-end when state officials and representatives of the Jew -
Restitution Successor Organization signed an agreement un'd
which the heirless propert> was surrendered to the government
for 1.75C.000 deutschemarks (about 8400,000).
The agreement had been approved by the Bremen Parliament
and Senate. Excluded from the agreement were Jewish religious
institutions and religious objects and art objects recovered by the
occupation authorities and held by them at Wiesbaden.
Iran's wicaspread political unrest marked by a violent up-
thus'TnvoivTng further recourse ; swing in nationalistic feeling has brought alarm and panic to that
country's Jewish community. As of the end of June, more than
70.000 of Iran's 100,000 Jews had registered for emigration to
Israel. This development may present the United Jewish Appeal
and its agencies with another great immigration crisis. An earlier
crisis involved the Jews-of Iraq, whose rescue has been made pos-
sible by the United Palestine Appeal with funds raises through the
UJA. Still earlier, the UJA provided for the rescue of the Jews
of Yemen, who were moved en masse to Israel in 1949. Funds raised
through the United Jewish Appeal make possible the migration.
settlement and rehabilitation programs of the UPA. the Joint
Distribution Committee and the United Service for New Amer-
icans.
to the Security Council.
Knesset Adjourns
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's
first Parliament this week set
July 4 as the date of its adjourn-
ment until after the Parliamen-
tary elections scheduled for July
30. It will reconvene after that
date for its final dissolution mak-
ing way for the country's second
Knesset.
I rtvs Catholics. Protestants To
M'nite To Push Religion in Srhools
NEW YORK (AJPA prominent Protestant clergyman joinel
the current church-state controversy over religious instruction in
the public schools this week to charge that some church leaders
are raising the "false banner of freedom" to suppress the teach-
ings ot religion in public schools. He urged a unity of Protestants
and Catholics to uphold the teaching of religion in the public
schools.
"The time has come for Christian people to rise up and insist
that this ration was conceived as a Christian nation." Rev. Joseph
D. Huntley of the Broadway Tabernacle Church said in a sermon
here. "Those supreme court decisions which have challenged this
assertion must in turn be challenged."


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FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1951
Dinner Will Honor Dr. Ooodman
Prior To Departure For Europe
Harry Seeve. national director
of the American Financial and
Development Corporation for Is-
rael, will be principal speaker at
a dinner honoring Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Goodman Mondav. Julv
9. at the Nautilus Hotel.
The dinner is being given by
the Greater Miami Committee
for Bonds of Israel Government
in honor of the services of its
investment. The funds realized
from this bond issue will be used
only for productive purposes, in-
creasing agricultural and indus-
trial developments."
The Greater Miami chairman
congratulated the local chapter
of Hadassah on being the first
women's organization in the
state to pass the $100,000 mark.
chairman. Dr. Goodman, prior to I He !*> praised the Zionist Or-
his departure for Europe Julv 12. ganization of America s local dis-
"We are anxious to express; *"&*"*}<* are weI1 past the
our appreciation for Dr. Good- 100.000 figure.___________
man's work in behalf of the Is- T~~-------
raei Bond campaign." said Stan- Lyons Named President
ley C. Myers, chairman of the r\t C \XT nmrfirrti#- If*tl1
arrangements committee. UI&.W. democratic Unit
Joseph M. Rose, treasurer of' Attorney Norman R. Lyons has
the dinner committee, pointed been named president of the
out that under Dr. Goodman's Southwest Democratic League of
leadership, more than 2.000 bonds Dad County, formerly known
amounting to nearly $600,000 as. the Southwest Precincts Corn-
have been sold in G'reater Mi- m,"ee-
ami. The scope of the organization
Seeve. one of the best informed ^as been enlarged to include reg-
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All B'nai B'rith men's lodges
i and women's chapters will spon-
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| show of the Pulitzer prize win-
ning "Streetcar Named Desire."
I on Saturday and Sunday. July
7-8, at the Roosevelt Theatre,
i Miami Beach.
Proceeds from these showings
will go toward four projects:
j U-M Hillel Foundation, veterans
j service, Anti-Defamation League,
and the local B'nai B'rith youth
program.
Jules P. Channing is general
chairman in charge of the event.
Reservations may be made by
1 calling all B'nai B'rith chapters
, and lodges or the following peo-
: pie: Mrs. Ida Optner at 4-3279;
I Mrs. Frank Wellins, 48-4888;
Jules Channing, 58-4746; or the,
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Pointing out that Israel's needs
for immediate cash continue to
grow as the rate of immigration
increases, Dc. Goodman urged
volunteer workers to redouble
their efforts during the summer.
"Israei Bonds pay a sound in-
terest rate, 3Vt per cent." Dr.
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unteers, "and we must impress
the community with the idea
istered Democratic voters from
each precinct bounded by the
area south of Flagler St. and Bis-
cayne Bay west to the county
line.
Lyons is also vice president
of the Southwest Civic League
and president of the Coral Gables
Zionist District.
Loan Group To Install
Installation of officers of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Asociation, postponed several
weeks ago because of rain, will
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+Jewist>rk*idttt*rr
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
The story of the Jewish doctor does not begin
^ith the 19th century. The creative achievements
Ehrlich, Freud, Warburg, Wasserman, Lombroso,
id Metchnikoff simply continue a remarkable chain
lat stretches across the centuries from the fall
>f Rome to modern times. No history of Roman
Jewry is complete without him.
His Place in Medieval Society
j The evolution of the Jewish doctor in Jhe early
jdays of the church was neither accidental nor un-
cannv. The world revolution that established the
NEW ORDER known as primitive Christianity de-
cided to stress faith and ignore science. The exper-
ience accumulated for centuries in the ancient hos-
pitals, the Aesculapions, by pagan priests minister-
ing to the sick, was studied and classified in the
medical section of the Serapion at Alexandria. Their
knowledge was now discarded by the new power
of monk and priest.
Sickness, they explained, was the result of sin;
and the true remedy lay only in prayer. If the re-
pentance of the sufferer was sincere, his prayer
would be heard by the saint he invoked. The sin-
cerity of the ailing sinner could best be measured
by the size and value of his votive offering. The
priest was, therefore the best doctor; the shrine the
best hospital. Thus the science founded by Hippo-
crates, developed by Galen, and practiced by the
hosts of unnamed, forgotten practitioners of the
ancient world was forbidden to the faithful, and
contemptuously relinquished to the Jews.
Handicapped by Restrictions
Victor Robinson in his fascinating STORY OF
MEDICINE declares: "The achievements of the
Jewish physicians of the middle ages have often
been exaggerated. If they shine, it is because of
the surrounding darkness of monastic medicine."
It is easy for a writer in the 20th century to sit
in his library *and criticise the Jewish doctors of
the 10th century for not making world-shaking dis-
coveries. But he forgets that in the murky medieval
world, medicine was looked upon as magic, and
the Jewish physician a sorcerer in alliance with
The Jewish Doctor Of Rome
the devil. Could the circumsribed doctor, living
in a hostile world, indulge in experiments that
would bring him and his corelicionists to the
burning stake? He had his hands full fighting off
the intrigues of Gentile colleagues jealous cf his
skill and influence. Those who did try came to
grief.
Inability to Experiment
There is a legend to the effect that when Pope
Innocent VIII was on his death bed, a Jewish doc-
tor hazarded an opinion about the transfusion of
fresh blood into the failing body. Immediately three
boys were brought in, and the doctor was ordered
to do his stuff. The pope died and the children
died. The physician had to flee for his life. The
truth of this story has not been confirmed. But
the myth reveals the perils of experimentation.
Church regulations forebade the treatment of
Christians by Jewish healers. But if the patient
showed obstinacy, a priest was called in as the
antidote to sorcery. The Jewish doctor was often
compelled to submit his diagnosis and treatment
for the approval of the Christian physician, who
generally took little trouble to conceal his jealous
malignity. New and original methods could hardly
be used in a world that worshipped the authority
of the ancients. A daring experiment would be
proof of a secret conspiracy by Jewish doctors to
kill off their Christian patients. What chances were
there for the progress of medical science under
such adverse circumstances?
Church Restrictions
For many centuries. Papal and Church decrees
were in force prohibiting Jewish doctors from heal-
ing the Christian sick. The continued popularity of
Jewish physicians is therefore puzzling. It would
seem that during these dim years laws were imper-
fectly enforced, or perhaps people were ignorant of
their existence. Certainly the decrees against the
medical practice of Jews were generally disregarded.
This might be the reason why a Bull was issued
by Pope Gregory XIII on March 30. 1581. confirm-
By HARHY SIMONHOFF
ing and renewing all such previous interdictions.
The nadir of anti-Jewish medical discrimination
was reached when the Holy Father imposed pun-
ishment on all Jewish doctors who answered dis-
tress calls of sick Christians. But the patients were,
not spared either. The same apostolic letter notified
the hierarchies of all lands that Christians who
might call in a Jewish or infidel physician should
be denied the sacrament and Christian burial.
It was probably in answer to this taboo that
caused David de Pomis to publish his noble defense
of the Jewish physician. This scholary doctor was
the scion of a family that traced its ancestry to
Jerusalem before its destruction. His apologia is re-
strained, objective, sincere, and idealistic. He de-
plores the animus against the Jewish healer whose
standards, derived from Biblical and Talmudie ethics,
are of the highest. He enumerates renowned Jew-
ish physicians attached to the Papal Court-. The
Poet. Moses da Rieti, attended the famous humanist
Aeneas Sylvious Piccolomini, known as Pope Pius
II. Simon Zarafti stood at the bedside of the militant
Pope Julius II and prolonged his life against the
opinion of all Christian medicos who had given him
up. Bonet de Lattas had such influence with the
Renaissance Pope Leo X that highly placed Chris-
tians begged him to intercede for them with his
patient. The list of Jewish physicians to the Popes
is long and distinguished.
A Baffling Question
The contribution of the Jewish physician through-
out the centuries cannot be hushed up. A curious
and stubborn fact keeps bobbing up. How was it
that in the face of canonical restrictions, solemnly
enacted by Lateran and Ecumenical councils, for-
bidding Jewish physicians to heal Christians, or
threatening with hell fire such Christians as would
avail themselves of the skill or science of Jewish
practitionershow is it, the skeptic asks, that Kings
and Rulers. Dukes and Princess. Cardinals and
Bishops, and the Popes themselves, for a thousand
______years preferred to employ Jewish physicians?____
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A mid-summer frolic dance,
sponsored by Miami Beach Ma-
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be held at the Sea Gull Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach, Sunday, July 8 at
9 p. m.
Entertainment will feature ac-
cordionist Elaine Dexter, the
hotel dance team, music by Rafael
and his orchestra, and other acts.
Dance chairman. Lou Roman,
will be assisted by Gil Rappaport
and Dave Goldfine. Gil Miller
will supervise the door commit-
tee. Monte Popover is in charge
of posters, and Irene Kestenbaum
is publicity chairman.
Proceeds will go to support
and further local and national
Zionist activities.
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W. 16th Terrace, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. July 7, at
9 a. m. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
The young man, who is a
student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, will be honored
at a kiddush immediately fol-
lowing the services and at a re-
ception at the home of his par-
ents on Sunda> from 8 to 10
p. m.
Out-of-town guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Canter and chil-
dren, Savannah, Ga., and Capt.
and Mrs. Irving Kaminsky and
daughter, Augusta, Ga.
Program Topics Listed
""The Significance of- the Anti-
American Demonstration at Mu-
nich University"' will be the sub-
ject of Norman R. Lyons" news-
cast during Jacob Schachter's
Jew ish Hour on Friday, July 6.
at 1:30 p. m. over Station WMBM.
Lvons' subject for his Sunday
broadcasts over WTTT at 10 a. m.
and WMBM at 2 p. m. will be
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Northside Center will meet Wed-
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7th Ave.
A social evening is planned
with entertainment by Herbert
Hochfelsen, Robert Moskin and
Dave Epstein.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave
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FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1951
EDITORIAL
Flimsy Disguise
A new organization made its appearance this
-week with a great blasta whole page adver-
tisement in the New York Tftnes. The name or
the organization is the American Friends ol the
Middle East. The head of the organization is
Dorothy Thompson. It is significant that among
the sponsors there is not a single Jew, but the
list does include a number of leading anti-
Zionists.
The purposes of the organization, as professed
in the page advertisement, is "to break through
the curtain of obscurity and distortion by writ-
ing and publicising material designed to broad-
en understanding in the United States of Mid-
dle Eastern peoples." The advertisement goes
on to say that most Americans "have never had
an accurate picture of the Middle East." In
appealing for contributions, the advertisement
lurther says, that it seeks American support
"free from political pressure and racial and re-
ligious discrimination."
One might say that the American Friends of
the Middle East is a wolf in sheeps' clothing,
but for the fact that no wolf sensibly would dare
disguise himself in such flimsy clothing. It does
not take any seventh son of a seventh son to
see that the Thompson organization is merely
designed to fight Israel. Once upon a time, Miss
Thompson was a kind of Zionist Joan of Arc
herself, but something in her soured. She hcs a
right to change her mind, but somehow we
would appreciate this advertisement more if it
were a little more honest and boldly stated its
true purposes. Certainly no organization which
purports to represent the whole Middle East genu-
inely would omit some representative of the
Zionists. The American Enemies of Israel might
be a more appropriate name for the new organ-
ization.
ccm-
fe.
OUR BELIEF THROUGH THE AGES
JVS First Birthday
Very quietly and very modestly was the First
Annual Birthday Celebration of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service organization held last week. Some
thirty odd, the directors and the heads of other
agencies who work hand in hand with the JVS,
sat down in front of a birthday cake with one
candle on it. And before cutting the cake those
present heard a simple story of how the JVS
came into being so that DP's and those needy
families in our midst may become self-supporting
A New Approach
There are so many Jews in positions of im-
portance in the United States that the elevation
of Milton Katz to the directorship of the Ford
Foundation has haidly caused a ripple ol com-
ment. However, this is one case where
ment is begging.
The appointment of a Jew to the Ford Founda-
tion recalls an era when one of the richest men
in America freely used his wealth to dissemir.de
the very cause* which the Ford Foundation new
seeks to combat. It is true that, as time passed
the elder Ford publicly apologized for his cnt;-
Jewish activities, declaring that he had been
duped into becoming an instrument of the Jew
haters. But the damage and hurt and indiqr..ty
he inflicted on the Jews of America and of the
world were not vitiated by the apology. Even
after the retraction and alter his death the emit
Semites of America seized upon the fraudulent
"Protocols of the Dders of Zion" to spread hcte
and venom against Jews.
Much time has passed since those days and
the evil of racial and religious hate is still upon
us and the world. Little progress, it seems, hcs
been made in the effort to reform mankind. To
the extent that the Ford Foundation is a sleo
in that direction, it merits the praise of all decent
men. Particularly is the Ford Foundation -o
be lauded for selecting a Jew to its directors!:.c.
This was in all probability a measured appoint-
ment, and we are willing to accept it as such.
by finding gainful employment that is prod,:: v
and self-sustaining.
Some S262.O00 was earned by 126 people
were placed by JVS. These people, handicap red
by language, by physical disabilityby years ol
torture and tormenthave proven the need c: the
JVS.
A tremendous burden has been lifted from lha
financial repsonsibility the Jewish community
would have had to carry were it not for the suc-
cessful efforts of the Jewish Vocational Service
Bureau.
Lelchuks Feted At
Bon Voyage Party
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk.
1414 Alhambra Circle, Coral
Gables, were honored at a bon
voyage party given by a group
of friends last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Naphtali Weid-
berg, 20 Sevilla Avenue, Coral
Gables.
The Lelchuks left this week
for Milwaukee, Wis., where they
will visit family and friends. On
Speeeh Institute
To Open July 16
Alan F. Westin and Jordan
Bittel announce the opening of
their summer speech institute on
Monday, July 16.
Employing the latest methods
in speech instruction, the insti-
tute will offer two courses, one
for clubwomen and businessmen
and the other for children from
nine to 18. The former will deal
with conduct of meetings, parli-
August 1 they will sail from New I amentary procedure, after dinner
speaking and political campaign-
ing, while the latter is designed
to develop poise, self-confidence,
word-power and to overcome
speech difficulties.
There will be private instruc-
tion, in addition to studio classes.
York for a three-month stav in
Israel. This will be Mrs. Lel-
chuks first visit to the Jewish
state. Her husband has been
there three times.
Norman R. Lyons, president
of the Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
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trict, presented an eight-day and tape and disc recording will ; djrectjon of
Sanroma To Open
U-M Pop Concerts
Jesus Maria Sanroma. interna-
tionally known Puerto Rican
pianist, will open the summer
"Pop" concerts of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra
Sunday. July 15, at 8:30 p. m. in
Miami Beach's air-conditioned
Municipal Auditorium.
Hightlight of the program will
be the performance of two com-
positions by Miami's musician-
composer, Mana-Zucca. "Bicker-
ing" a symphonic sketch, will
have its first performance, and
"Rachem," a Hebrew prayer, is
also on the program.
The summer series is under the
Color Movie
Studio Opened
Two enterprising young Mi-
amians have instituted a service
designed to help you remember
all the details of those extra-spe-
cial occasions such as weddings,
Bar Mitzvahs and other family
simchas.
They are Irving Spielfogel and
Mark Levin who have established
the Artvue Color Movie Studio
with headquarters at 2525 S. W.
8th Street. This organization
BBG Reelects
Barbara Levy
Barbara Levy, recently ..-.-
stalled as president of }'..)\t.
B'nai B'rith Girls, is th nly
officer ever to be reeleoUc: tc
that office in the local group ac-
cording to Maxine Gersttnfeld
corresponding secretary. Mrs.
Sally Willins was installing fii-
cer. f
Others installed were El
Baskin. vice president; Barban
specializes in taking eight and > Landau, recording sec
travel clock, a gift of the hosts,
to Mr. and Mrs. Lelchuk.
Pioneer Women
Plan Dance
Kadima Chapter of Pioneer
Women will sponsor its annual
summer dance at the Sorrento
Hotel, Miami Beach, on Saturday.
July 7, at 8 p. m. Tickets may be
obtained by calling Mrs. F. Sand-
be used.
An honor graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida and Harvaid
Law School. Westin was chosen
one of the top four debaters in
the country in 1948 and appear-
ed on the We, the People pro-
gram. He was also selected na
tional informative speaking
champion. For two years he has
served as a member of the faculty
of Tufts College. Medford, Mass.,
in the department of drama and
ler at 48-2262. or Mrs. E. Klei-
man at 2-2853. Entertainment speech, teaching courses in basic,
is planned and prizes will be < intermediate and advanced public-
awarded. speaking. He is a member of Phi
I Beta Kappa and served as secre-
tary of Tau Kappa Alpha, honor-
*Jenisti Ik rid tan
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by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E.
Sixth itreet, Miami 18. Florida. En
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The Jewish Floridian hat abaorbeC
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Syndicate, Worldwide News ServieV
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Trie Jewish Floridian does no*
fuarantee the Kashruth of the mer-
chandise advertised In Its columns
John Ritter. music
director and dean of the U-M !
School of Music. Three guest i
conductors will direct four of the !
summer concerts: Modeste Allo,
associate conductor: Robert M.
Crawford, faculty member: and |
Caesar La Monaca, conductor of !
Miami's park concerts.
A feature of the summer pro- !
grams will be a custom adopted
from the Boston "Pops," the seat- ,
ing of some of the audience at
tables where light refreshments'
including beermay be served
during the two intermissions. For
the gallery patrons, a refresh-
ment bar will be open.
16 mm color movies of all espe-
cially memorable events.
Selected to film official movie
of the U. S. Junior Chamber of
Commerce convention held in
Miami the first of June, the studio
guarantees all work. "If you
don't like it," Spielfogel said,
"you don't have to pay for it."
Spielfogel said that his unit
will film an entire? wedding or
Bar Mitzvah for as little as
dollars.
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ary speech fraternity.
Bittel, also an honor gradu-
ate of the University of Florida,
is now a senior at Harvard Law
School. He is a meber of Phi
Beta Kappa and Florida Blue
Key and past president of the
Collegiate Debate Council. He
took top honors in after dinner
speaking and oral interpretation
and was a member of the national
all-star debating team in 1949.
He has been director of forensics
at Tufts College and instructor
in public discussion and argu-
mentation and debate.
VOLUME 24 NUMBER 27
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
L TAMMUr 2, 5711 ?
Gables Women To Hold
Swim Party July 12th
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will sponsor a
swim party at the Carribbean
Hotel pool on Thursday, July 12.
Swimming, dancing, entertain-
ment and refreshments will be on
tap, according to Mrs. Evelyn
Schwartz, chairman of the event.
Mr*.' Dottle Davis is JattaMlNr*1
West Miami Group
Elects Mrs. Lozoff
Mrs. A. Lozoff was elected
president of the newly organized
West Miami Jewish Center Sis-
terhood. She and the other offi-
cers of the group will be in-
stalled at luncheon ceremonies
at the Marseilles Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Wednesday, July 11,
at 12:30 p. m.
Also named to office were Mrs.
B. Lebar, first vice president;
Mrs. M. Beigel. second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. A. Blumin, recording
secretary; Mrs. N. Schwartz, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. D.
Dresner, treasurer; Mrs. M.
Deitsch, financial secretary.
Members of the board include
Mesdames E. Holly, S. Horn, L.
Kalish. H. Klein. J. Matza.
Meetings of the organization,
which has 45 charter members,
are held the third Wednesday
Tropical Lodge
Proclaims July 10
'Blood Bank Day'
Tuesday. July 10, has been
proclaimed "Blood Bank Day" by
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, for
members and the public.
Mount Sinai Hospital mobile
blood bank unit, under the direc-
tion of Dr. M. B. Cirlin, will
be available to donors from 5
to 7 p.m. in the auditorium of
the Miami Beach Y.
With the goal set at 50 pints
of blood. President Lewis Stern-
shein announced that all proceeds
will be presented to the Mount
Sinai Hospital charity blood
fund for indigent patients.
Max Roper, who is chairman
of the project, said that the lodge
would give complimentary din-
ners to all donors.
Marcia Karesh, treasurer: Eve-
lyn Lieberg and Sandra Mickel-
berg, sergeants-at-arms: Fr?n-
cine Goodman and Vicky
board members; and Irma Plot-
kin. MIT mother.
At the group's last meeting!
Misses Gerstenfeld, Levy and
Karesh, recent delegates I
district 5 BBG convents: .'<
their report. They also pi
a trophy for outstandm: m-
munity service for the '
year.
The highlight of a n
dance at the Sorrento Hot
ami Beach, was the crowning '
Sandra Prince as Miss M
;nd Arthur Pepper as M NejH
tune.

Turnabout Dance Set
A turnabout dance, where only
the women will be permitted to
ask for dances, will be held on
the patio of the Miami Jewish
Community Center Saturday,
July 7 to 9 p.m.
All unattached people over 28,
members of the Adult Social
Group, will attend. Refreshments
will be served.
A business meeting will be
kUlt%f^k .. fc4KK I &Kt ^s3ja.> yg^i^M
Membership Tea
Set For July 11
The Eleanor Roosevelt
of B'nai B'rith Women v.
a member-bring-a-memb. r
on Wednesday evening, Ju.y
at 8:30 p. m. at 529 S. W,
Road.
Mrs. Edmond Epstein, mt:nb'j
ship chairman, is in chai
the affair. She is being a
Mrs. Sam Kirscheribaum
Seymour Rosenthal and
David Goldenberg.
Mrs. Tina Katz. president MJ
Greater Miami Women s
cil of B'nai B'rith, will be
speaker.
Oneg Shabbat Set
Miami Beach Young
District, will hold
Oneg Shabbat at
Rhea Miller, 7334
11.1
Coiin-1
guest |
Zionist j
its weeklj[|
the home
Harding
on
oil
Ay-
Friday.)
wi
11 be-
enue, Miami Beach,
July 6, at 8:30 p.m.
A report on Spinoza
given by L. Snyderman. i"* ^
mainder of the evening "'
devoted to choral group "
Mrs. Pauline Freid, M-
SC
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FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1951
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JCA Launches Drive
For New Members
Leo Sheiner, chairman of the
membership committee of the
Jewish Centers Association, an-
nounced that the association and
all of its affiliated agencies have
launched a summer membership
drive with 500 new members as
its goal.
Objective of the drive, Sheiner
said, is to make it possible for
the agencies to enlarge and ex-
pand their recreational, social,
and cultural programs. He added
\ that a full summer program is
now in progress with activities
for all ages. These include day
camping for children 5 to 13 with
parties, picnics, dances, athletics,
forums and other activities for
the teen agers, young adults,
f.dults and golden agers.
Spearheading the campaign are
Miami Beach Y, Victor Eber,
chairman; Malvin Englander.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Milton
V\emkle, Dr. Stanley Coltune,
A] Ossip, Mrs. Leo Huberman,
Melvm Shrago and A. Budd
Cutler;
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman;
Mis. Nathan Dubler, Ben Essen,
Paul Gertman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Grossberg, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Jacobson, Hyman Kam, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Palmer, Irving Saal,
Mi. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, and
Paul Sobel.
- Also, Hialeah, Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, Mrs.
Leo Gelvan, chairman; Mrs.
Samuel Avrach, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Becker, Abraham Fraid-
lin. Raymond Lord, Philip Lyons.
Mis. Max Liebowitz, Al Morris.
iarry Rosman, Mary Seligman,
rid Mrs. Sol Fox;
iFlagler-Granada Jewish Com-
lunity Center, Joe Shankman.
chairman; Irving Seid, Sam Kq-
^iralsky, George Savitt, Al Con-
jtantin, Irving Lax.
Barbecue Supper Set
A barbecue pot-luck supper
will highlight the next meeting
of Sharet Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young. Women on Tuesday, July
10, at the home of Roselyn Ersoff,
425 S.W. 11th St. Leny Cook
and Anita Cogen are chairmen
of arrangements. Reservations
may be made by calling Miss
Ersoff. at 83-1644.
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Specializing in eye exami-
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glasses announces the open-
ing of his new office at
1759 S.W. 8th Street
Olfice hours: 9 A.M to 1:90 P.M
Evenings by appointment
Phone 82-9764
Associated
The Jewish Vocational Service celebrated its first year of
existence at e dinner for members of the board of directors at
the Biscaync Terrace Hotel on June 28. Looking at an article
on the agency which appeared in The Jewish Floiidian are Harold
Kramer, executive director of the JVS; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
president oi the Jewish Social Service Bureai- and former chair-
man of the district welfare board: Emil Gould, president of the
JVS: and Mrs. Juliet Oshlag, piesident of the National Council
oi Jewish Women.
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Obituaries
MRS. REBECCA KREN6KT
passed away Saturday at the .ik- ->f
85. Beiviees were held in Chicaco
with Interment in B'nal B'rith Ceme-
tery. Surviving aie four sons includ-
:::u Lolllt -I. Kreiisky .f Miami Beai h
Correction
' The Hebrew Academy with an
enrollment of 190 students was
inadvertently omitted from the
Ijst of religious schools which ap-
ieared in last week's Jewish
Floiidian. The" correct figures
for Beth El are 107, afternoon
ihool, and 137 Sunday school.
ABRAM BERG
'-, of 1024 47th Court, passed away
Tuesday in a I'x-al hosoltal. A i. -
tired furrier from Paterson, New
Jersey, Mr. Bern is survived by his
wife, Blsa; a S"n. Stanley, and a
daughter, Marilyn. Services were held
at Miami Beach Riverside with Rabbi
Leon Kronlsh conducting:, interment
took place in Mt. Nado Cemetery.
SAMUEL, 1.. FRIEDMAN
88, cl 1120 Collins Avenue. i>ass-d
away Tuesday. He was a beachwear
manufacturer and came here from
New York 11 yean ago. He is sm-
vived by his wife. Elizabeth, with
whom he celebrated his 50th weddlms
anniversary this pa.-t year; also three
daughters. Mrs. Stella Srhonhnlz, Mrs.
A'la Sat-er and Mrs Harriet Levine.
.if Miami Beach; and three sons, in-
cludlng Martin, of -Miami Beach, four
brothers and B sister. Services were
held at Miami Beaeh Riverside with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemeterv.
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FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1951
(t
Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
Miss Marlenc Kozlin Becomes Bride p
Arthur Bolotin in Miami Beach Rites
Talent:
That catch-slogan. "If Gimbel's and Macy's can do it. so can
we!" was the brain-child of Maurie Frankl. for thia Good House-
keeping Furniture and Appliances. Pulled terrific business. Maurie
and his wife are about to move into their new place on Crespi
Boulevard, by the way .
Smart advertising also was just created by Saul Chattel, in
hotel ads especially for the Seacomber-Surfcomber. They list
an appealing number of "Free" vacation pleasures.
Helpmates. Inc.:
You'll soon be hearing about a remarkable group of handi-
capped persons who've been chartered to help themselves in the
new organization thev call "Helpmates. Inc." Vigorously pressing
the unusual cause are Harry and Sylvia Salzman of Miami.
Despite their own severe handicaps (she is completely blind)
they're busv raising two fine little sons. Turning discards into
time-cards i's the aim. They hope to be getting discarded furniture.
toys, paper, anything from our good citizens, and reclaiming and
salvaging what thev can, so they can become self-sustaining.
One member of their board of governors is Louie Bandel.
Thev desperately crave to get started with some small sums,
to try and get a truck for pick-ups and a sort of warehouse.
Their" sincerity is terribly compelling. So is their need.
If you would like to help these fine people help themselves,
let's open this column right now to your letters and donations.
Perhaps looking around, you see things in the house which have
outlived their value to you. Anything is wanted, by them .
Will you help?
Literary Event:
This past Sunday afternoon saw a wonderful, creative set
of writers and poets meet on N. E. 71st Street, to talk, listen, and
read aloud. Especially interesting as always was Hannah Kahn.
whose poetry hits nationally all the time. Thev loved her "Riv-
ingtor Street" Evelyn Wald came with Valentine Kraevsky. who
is the sister of Lisa Antonova. "Mrs. Modernage." Lisa. Martin
Feinman and the children are on their way to Europe now.
First. Lisa stopped in for a visit with har publisherswell, prac-
tically her publisherswho are vastly keen about her autobi-
ography now being finished Three of Lisa's poems were
read there by her secretary. Genevieve Stone.
Host to the group was poet Gilbert Maxwell, who has opened
a new and very modern literary tradition in Greater Miami.
You've probably read his recent novel. "Sleeping Trees."
"Isn't Mom Gorgeous0"
Yepthat's what her sons, Morgan and Harris, said, glimpsing
Syd Gottlieb the night she sauntered forth with Morty to attend :
the Burnett Roth testimonial dinner at Hickory House. Syd had
vast bought a stunning gown collection from TurZel, and picked'
that night for the natural linen one-piece with stole. Its an un-
forgettable ensembletrimmed in crocheted lace flowers studded
with white seed pearls, completed with Gainesborough's beige gold
brocade shoes. Now we're waiting to admire the shrimp sheer
wool suit trimmed in navy blue velvetthe yellow wool sparked
by tangerinethe taffeta with green beadshmn-n-n, are you j
drooling?
Date-Bait: .
San Fernando Valley's Irene Nelson, who s swinging around
u country on a graduation travel gift from her folks, agrees that
Stanley Rosenblum is one of the handsomest Stan has just
designed and built his own slalom water-ski. a singular job ot
rak. aluminum and mahogany. If you must know and why not.
the aluminum is an old storm shutter blown off Lincoln Road .
^nd the foot-pad is an old diathermy pad. To ttst it. his lather
David piloted their 18-foot iunabout. Fury," while Stan furiously,
tried to stay onbehind:
On Tour: .
That vividly goodlooking couple you can spot around 5 p. m.
a* Lincolr and Drexe' are Jannie Bennett and husband Bob.
She's positively one of the most beautiful blondes that ever
blessed Ihir town. Bob was in the nightclub concession business
here, for 14 years. House-guests soon will be Jennies folks, the
Andrew Ballf from Murfreesboro. Tenn. That's also Mrs. Mac-
Arthurs hometown Jennie is staff secretary for the Miami
Beach Hotel Association Meanest thief in town was the
varmint who store Larrv Wilde's car. In the trunk comparlmenl
were Larry's pofessional scapbooks and news-clips on his grow-
ing comedian's career Some are irreplaceable
Wanna perfect phrase? Just picked it up myself, five
seconds ago from a visitor Don't call them "table-hoppers,
anymore. Tag 'em "social yo yos!" -_______________________
Miss Marlene Kozlin became
the bride of Arthur Bolotin Sun-
day, July 1, at Lincoln Manor,
Miami Beach, with Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. Miss Ann*
Mauk was soloist.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Kozlin of
' 3524 S. W. 7th Street, while
the bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
I Harry Bolotin and the late Mr.
Bolotin of 3880 S. W. 1st St.
The bridegroom's brother,
! David Bolotin, acted as best
man; the bride's sister. Miss Lea-
, trice Kozlin. was njraid of honor,
bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Ivan
Fisher, was matron of honor: and
Mrs. Irving Weinstein was
bridesmatron.
Ushers were Myer Greenberg,
Ivan Fisher, Bernard Swichkow,
Albert Kahn, Irving Weinstein
and Dennis Gitlin.
The bride wore an ankle-
length gown of imported white
organdy with peter pan collar,
tight bodice, full skirt with scal-
loped bottom and embroidered
roses, and long, white organdy
mits. Her fingertip, illusion veil
was fastened to a cotton lace cap
with pearl trim, and a bouquet
of white orchids and stephanotis
blossoms.
The bride's mother wore a
lace, light teal blue, long-sleeved
jacket with peter pan collar over
a strapless ballerina length dress.
The maid of honor wore a
pink, strapless, tulle ballerina I
length gown of gold brocade in ]
addition to a stole. The brides-
matron's strapless ballerina dress
was of light green marquisette;
with small jacket.
The bride's attendants carried !
arm bouquets of roses and her |
Mrs. Arthur Bolotin
mother and mother-in-law wore
orchids.
The new Mrs. Bolotin is a 1949
graduate of Miami Senior High
School. Her husband, a 1948
graduate, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and served in the
Army during 1949-50.
They will travel through Flor-
ida on their honeymoon and then
reside at 848 S. W. 7th St.
Harry Knox Weds
Shirley Rosenberg
Miss Shirley Rosenberg be-
came Mrs. Harry Knox in a
double ring ceremony June 14
I porformed by Rabbi Jacob KaD-
lan. A wedding supper at the
Sea Isle Hotel, Miami Bench,
followed.
The bride is the daughter cf
Mrs. S. F. Danels and her hus-
band's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Knox of Miami.
The former Miss Rosenberg
was married in a street length
dress of white moygashell i.nen
with a peplum of Chantilly '.. ,
It was trimmed with rosebud!
and pearls, had a deep neckline
and cap sleeves giving a winged
shoulder effect. She won a
matching headpiece with rosebud
clusters, net gloves with Chantil-
, ly lace, and carried a prayer bok
with bouquet of pinocchio roses.
The couple honeymooned at
Lookout Mountain. Ten., and are
now at home at 800 East 33rd
Street, Hialeah.
The new Mrs. Knox is a grad-
uate of Hunter College in New-
York and did government wi ; k
in Washington and Vienna, Aus-
tria, for two years.
Mr. Knox is a graduan !
University of Vienna and i> a
structural engineer with Tayloi
Construction Co. of Miami.
Lillian D. Berger Weds
Theodore B. Lazarus
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were bridesmaids. Their gowns
Wearing a gown of white
Chantilly lace and nylon net, ^j" bouquets" were similir to
Miss Beverly Mae Sherman be- trH se 0f the nonor attendant
came the bride of Basil Ronald Dick Cooperman was best man.
Seating guests were Harvey
Sherman. Morton Ross and Joe
Cupola.
Preceding the ceremony. Miss
\; ih'v Flayderman sang nuptial
selections. A reception followed
the service.
Both the bride and bridegr im
.ittended the University of Mi-
am:. The former Miss Sherman
also ittended West Virginia Uni-
versity.
After a trip to Tower Isle.
Jamaica, the couple will motor to
Presque Isle, where they
make their horn
The Lincoln Manor,
i Beach, was the scene of the
riage of Miss Lillian D. Bi
to Theodore Bennet Lazarus on
Sunday, June 24. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated.
The bride was given in niar->
riage bv her father. Mr. G
J. Berger of 3091 N. W. Flaglei
Terr. The bridegroom's ;.
are Mr. and Mrs. Man...
zarus of 1845 S. W. 7th St.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Ralph Fried, the bride's -
while Samuel Fine was I
Following a honeymo
Cuba, the couple will be at
a; 2127 S. W. 5th St.
The family of the late
ROCHELLE POZEN
extends its sincere appreciation for
the many kind expressions of sympathy in its bereavement
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nish read the double-ring service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman. 1850
Bay Drive, Miami Beach. She
W9s given in marriage bv her
father. The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Etsco- ;
vitz, Presque Isle, Maine.
The bridal gown was fashion-
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skirt Her above the elbow
gauntlets and petal-shaped half
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orchids and column stock com-
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Miss Joan Silverman of Beck-
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served as matron of honor. She
wore a lilac net gown witn
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Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin and sons. Barry and Joel,
Heft Thursday lor a month of travel in Mexico.
* *
Miss Joyce Rosengarten, 5860 Pine Tree Drive, Miami
Beach, is visiting her cousin, Howard Lavine, in Dallas, Texas.
* *
Home on a 15-day leave is Lt. (jg) Roland J. Kohen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohen, 1417 Venetian Way. Twenty-six
year old Kohen, who is awaiting reassignment to the Navy
after ten months in the combat zone of Korea, attached to the
Second Army Division, has received the Bronze Star Medal,
ty. the Silver Star, the Combat Medical Badge, the Purple Heart
"nd a token combat Infantryman's Badge, presented to him
a gift from his battalion commander.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer recently returned to Miami
from a four-week tour of the West. Included in their itinerary
wre Cheyenne, Wyoming, where the rabbi served as a chap-
lain during World War I; Ogden, Utah; Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Rochester, Minn. During their junket, the Lehrers met
friends from as far north as Newfoundland and as far south as
Puerto Rico. They arrived here in time to. greet their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scharer of Forrest Hills, L.I., who are
guests at the Netherlands Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
AI and Frances Morris announce the birth of a daughter,
Patti Dale, on June 17.
* *
Visiting points of interest in the West are Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Kaufman and their children, Susan and Bobby.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jacobson, their daughters, Shirley
and Joy, and son, Ralph, are returning to Miami this week
. after a two-week vacation at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
N.C.
* *
Vacation arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C,
include Dr. and Mrs. Gerson Wolk and daughters, Leonore and
Suydella, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Block, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garry, Mr. and Mrs. John Lutz,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Korman, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz
and son, Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brandeis, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz, Mrs. Sol Spilky, Mrs.
Irene Fuerst, Arthur Stern, Arthur Berman, Erwin Weiss, Ronald
Garry, Sol Zalka and Victor Gruen.
K *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz, 2115 N. Meridian Ave., gave
a swimming party and luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel on
Thuraday, June 28, for their daughter, Marcia, who observed
her fourth birthday anniversary. A dozen of her playmates
attended the affair.
* *
Home after a visit with their family in Brooklyn are Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Fellman, 230 S.W. 51st Court.
* *
Visits with three sons in Waterbury, Conn., and two in !
Pataison, N. J., as well as a brother and sister in New York, I
are an the summer schedule of H Gordon, 4371 S.W. 1st Street,
who|eft here this week.
* *
Former residents of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Siegel, are
now.jflaking their home in Miami at 240 S.W. 62nd Avenue.
* *
Allowing his graduation from Harvard Law School and
examinations for the District of Columbia Bar, Alan Westin is
spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Wetin, 1021 West 46th Street, Miami Beach. He will return to
Harvard in the fall to work for his Ph.D. in government and will
teach courses in constitutional law and American government.
During the summer, he will write two articles which are to be
pubflfched in the fall.
* *
btoring to New York are Mrs. Lena Brown and her son-
in-ta# and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alter. En route they
will flop in Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Md. Highlight of
their stay in New York will be the wedding of Mrs. Brown's
granddaughter. Miss Leah Brown.
* *
nor Berlin Perez, manager of Havana's Nacional Hotel,
is family were recent dinner guests at the home of Mr.
" s. Charles Goldberg, 6146 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Idbergs entertained the visitors from Cuba with colored
f trips to Nassau and California. The Perez' are guests
at the Delano Hotel.
* *
abbi and Mrs. Ralph de Koven were hosts at a "Sweet
n" party in honor of their daughter, Elinor, on Thursday
at the home of the rabbi's sister, Mrs. Arthur Singer.
* *
iami Beach Marine Pfc. Charles Solomon of 1535 Drexel
ue is now taking combat training at Camp Pendelton, Cal.
* *
and Mrs. George Wolpert, 1776 S. W. 16th Avenue,
d their silver wedding anniversary Wednesday night
dinner party for the family and intimate friends at the
O'Clock Club. The Wolperts met in 1925 when Mrs.
ert, a graduate of the University of Georgia Law School, |
associated with the law off'ces of Ross Williams. Mr.
Mrs. Wolpert and their daughter, Carol Jane, ere spand-
he month at the Coronet Hotel, Miami Beach. Another j
hter, Judith, was graduated from Welleslev and has been
the State Department in Bogota, Colombia, for the past j
jyears.
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Betrothal of Miss Eleanor
Zinner to Pvi. Marvin Robbins,
son oi Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Slepian 1690 S.W. 1st Avenue,
was announced by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zinner,
2239 S.W. 10th Street, at a re-
cent dinner dance held in the
oceanfront patio of the Shel-
borne Hotel.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. David Stein, 246
N. W. 41st Avenue, have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Audrey, to Leonard
Allen Askowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Askowitz, 1525 Euclid
j Avenue. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, formerly of
', Los Angeles, is a graduate of
I Miami Beach High School. Mr.
| Askowitz is also an alumnus of
I Miami Beach High School and
j is now a senior at the University
of Florida. He belongs to Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The wedding will take place
next winter.
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The Jewish Hour, usually
heard on Sundays from 3 to 4
p. m. over WMBM. will hereafter
be broadcast from 2 to 3 p. m.,
according to Jacob Schachter,
program director.
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Card Party Scheduled
Greater Miami Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society will
sponsor a card party at the Sea-
comber Hotel. Miami Beach, on
Monday, July 9, at 8 p. m.
Edith Gold is chairman of the
event.
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Marilyn Sepin Wed
To Irwin Finkle
Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Sepin,
1330 15th Street, Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Marilyn, to Irwin
Finkle, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Finkle, at the Strand
Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., on
July 4. Rabbi H. Jolt officiated
at the 5:30 p. m. candlelight cere-
mony.
Mrs. Herman J. Schwartz, Fort
Worth, Texas, sister of the bride,
was matron of honor. Irving
Petty was best man for his broth-
er-in-law.
A reception and dinner at the
hotel followed the nuptial service.
The former Miss Sepin, a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School, attended the University
of Miami. The bridegroom, who
served in the armed forces for
three years, two and a half of
which were in Italy, was grad-
uated from Simon Gratz High
School and attended Temple
University.
Following a wedding trip to
New York and the Lord Tarle-
ton Country Club, New Hamp-
shire, the couple will reside in
Philadelphia.
MRS. A. QUADOW
and
MRS. J. M FINE
Wish to express their deep ap-
preciation for the many kind
expressions of sympathy an
the loss of their sister
MINNIE HANSON
(<>f Phoenix, Arizona, and formerly
of Miami. Florida)
Mother of
MRS. F. ROLFES
Of .Miami
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j the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious natn--
of WYNN'S FIVE AND TEN CENT
store at ."ilrto-2 s. w nth Street,
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7 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l\
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142176
RAYMOND GARCIA, Plaintiff
vs.
. II' IRTENCIA GARCIA, Defe
You, II' (RTENCIA GARCIA, ll1)
E. 11 Mb Street, New York Cll
IIYork. are required to serve
. of your Answer to the Bill
| plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 127
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Floi
and file the original in the offl
the Clerk of this Court on or bel
August l. 1951, otherwise Q 1.....
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated July 2. 1951.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
. I Circuit Court Clerk.
Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR
Deputy Clerk
: B-13-20-2T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 142173
.morris SCHLOSBBRG, Plaintiff
IDA SCHLOSBERO, Defendant
TO: IDA SCHI.OSHERC
c i> Mrs Ltfachits
Attorney sir let
New York, N. Y.
You. IDA SCHLOSBERO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. Ben Essen. Esq.,
^':: Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 31st
day of July. 1951. If you fail to do i
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 2nd day of July. A. D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court By M.C. FBIGE,
seal) Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN, E- i .
Attorney for Plaintiff
S23 Beybold P.ldg..
Miami. Florida.
7/6-13-20-27
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BAKERS OF MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS
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THORITY OF THE STATE OF
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ENTS SHALL co.ME. GREE
INCS:
This is to certify that, whei
Margaret Goldstein, Miami. Fix,
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Marie Mitchell. Miami, I'
did on the 28th day of July. A
1947 cause to be Incorporated ui
the provisions of Chapter 10096,
of Florida. Acts of 1925.
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a corporation, with its principal I
of business at Miami. Dade County,
In the Slate of Florida, and whe IS
the proper officers of such corpora-
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1951, Cause to be filed In the
the Seeretnrj of State ( I he State
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By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
) .
ihdliKwiisltUEIliDipldliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
SEC. B
American >| the same time, for represents-j --------------------------------
3*^fr institutins. aided by the Ufon of the other Jewish relig- Goodwill Partv Set
K;;1 Zz%SV3& ; **?- iTwoiLn* club
tor th< cekb.ation of 3"0 years Port also recommends thai ; "3 ,/",.,, .
Df Jiwish life in America Anti-Dctamatvr. I.. .::u- ; .!., M:s- --':'1' Cnr-n will be
It was 1654thirty-four years B'nai B'rith and the American' chairman of a goodwill pa:ty to
after the Puritan Pilgrim Fathers Jewish Comn!lUee relinquish bp ven bv the Women's Better
landed on the Mayflowerthat _________ r,rve>-n-rtpnt ri;ih nf H'-pntrr \Ti-
1 their veterans departments leav- -* ing the work of these depart- ami at her home, 187G S.W. 10th
ments to the Jewish War Vet- St., July 9.
erans of America ... It urges the The club, has been recognized
settins un nf a sinele svstem of by the mayor, city eommission-
mes niMJUKiiuui uie 1-.U.1WJ-, bLlunb UP c" a s'"g'e s.V&il-ni ui
as the tercentenary nf the settle- general fact-finding on all mat-j s and other officials for its ac-
cent ot the Jews in the United ters related to anti-Semitism and complishments in the oast. These
state* It will be a year nf other subversive activities in [ works include reforms in ju-
npr3edented activity which place of
ill bring nut how deep the Jews ments cqnd
re lotted in this country .the Americ
is with great pride that Jew- and the Anti-Defamation Leagu
Uh^Kups in every American ... Prof. Maclver stipulates that
v and town will participate in ail situations where a par-
r. the various projects aimed at titular task of expert legal serv-
iwing the contribution made ice is called for, one agency
the first 23 Jewish pilgrims ar-
rived in New York (then New
Amsterdam) from Brazil .
The year 1954 will, therefore,
be observed by all Jewi.-h com-
munities throughout the country.
Hebrew University Gets
55,000 in Teaching Aids
Much-needed teaching aids in
the form of $5,000 worth of the
latest American textboi ks and
other publications on general
education and allied subjects will
reach the School of Education of
the Hebrew University, Jerusal-
em, Israel, through the National
Council of Jewish Women. Inc..
and its affiliate, the National
Council of Jewish
Junior liar I'nil
!;!< is Pearson
Ray H. Pearson has been elec-
ted president of the junior sec-
tion of the Dado County Bar
Association, vhich is composed
of members under 36 years of
age.
He succeeds Sjdney M. Aro-
novitz, who was presented a cer-
tificate in recognition of his
service and leadership as 1950-
Women of 51 president.
Others elected to office were
e
the present two depart- v.mile dehnq^enc^ department of. Canada, in cooperation with ^Tk^llT ^ce
jnducted respectively by weights and measures, pensions. CARE-UNESCO book program. JS/nt Fr^icis ChVist'ie see-
srican^ewish^ Committee j repair of sidewalks, reducing in-! The School of Education, locat- retary; Walter H. Beckhani. Jr.,
est rates on loans, and adyo- ed ;it umariah College in the treasurer: Charles Gautier. Ran-
'ng a locpl medical school. .i. ,, fhi-U-tmas Irwin Knit In-
Thf group fought fo,- the right Talbieh section of Jerusalem, has 11 Christinaj Irwm Kott. Jo
women to serve as jurors, ini- 150 students and is Israels only vVakeman.
ted the move for five city- training institution for junior and
Jews to America's develop- alone should be assigned to per- owned ambulances, advocated a senjor hifih school teachers The
t The United States Post, form this task in accordance with : mental hospital, and helped see ,.-,,,_., H ,".,,. fi
tee may issue a special com- some agreed-upon procedure .that thousands of vacant lots ~cho1 nas received its major li-
stamp
And the I Other recommendations similarly were cleared of underbrush.
nancial support from the Na-
Young Adults Set Dance
The Young Adult League of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
''President'nil he United States'deal with the basic activities of t Assisting Mi's. Cohen as host- tional Council ever since Israel ter is sponsoring a "Dance Un-
mey issue a soecial pr.x-lan-.a- the American Jewish Commit- esses will be Mrs. Charles T. gained its independence in 1947. dy the Stars" program Satur-
u ..-* ^o.r -.lor. Kr. tpp American .Towish Cnnaroet f.imr'strvim faun/tor anrl phair- The council's contribution to the da\' nillht. Julv 14.
held,
prizes
lution
York may even com a spi
medal for presentation hi the
national Jewish tercentary com-
mittee Recommendations sub-
mitted by the American Jewish
Historical Society urge the en-
couragement of special publica-
tions They suggest the sub-
ventioning of a popular book on
300 years of Jewish history in
New York, in addition to a
pamphlet history of Jews in the
United States Among the
projects recommended is also the
publication of a history of Jew-
ish membership in the armed
forces of the United States since
the foundation of the Republic
I, A history of Jewish contri-
butions to the United States may
be published Also a "Who's
Who and What's What in Ameri-
can Jewish History" in the form
of .ayestions and answers
Numerous other suggestions, in-
cluding 'he production of plays.
I documentary films, commemor-
ative plaques, a tercentarv me-
dallion, special Jewish calender.
picture postcards of historic
( Jewish sites and personalities, are
now being considered Not '
to fDtSk of pageants, special
C school programs, music festivals
and exhibitions on American1
Jewish themes.
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MVNAL ISSUES: The |
Diet" Maclver report, an (
ion of the work of Jew-
ish ^ups engaged in fighting
_ii it Ism, has now been
^p by the representatives \
t larger communities at a |
pession arranged by I
of Jewish Federations
Bfare Funds And the
adopted at this parley,
,-as held in New York last
id. indicate that most of
the^Bcommendations contained
in 1 (report will be favorab'y
in the communities .
pcommnedations will not
known to the public for
time to come, but it can
be Bely predicted that they
a subject of heated dis-
among top Jewish lead-
many months Some
major recommendations
be revealed, since '.hey
tout through the Anti-Dc-
bn League Prof. Mac-
Vcommends that the Na-
-ommunity Relations Ad-
Council should establish
jing committee for over-
all^fttegy in the field of com-
batting anti-Jewish prejudice .
Bablished that there is lack ;
work among the various |
agencies engaged in com- i
relations work, and that |
is unwillingness among'
fencies to pull together for
ike of common objectives
LIn order to avoid needless
Jctional disputes, Prof. Mac-
p-ecommends that the Jew-
>bor Committee become the
five agent in the field of
and that the Union of
|ican Hebrew Congregations
have exclusive charge of
^ter-faith area providing, at
jives Fellowship
Bhard Alper, 641 Meridian
Hue, Miami Beach, is one of
Haduate students at Emory
^rsity awarded research fel-
ips for the summer quar-
is majoring in psychology.
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FRIDAY, JULY .

Russia Hits Israel Through Emigration Ban
(Second in a series of four
articles)
By VICTOR LASKY
The breaking point in the con-
tinuous degeneration of relations
between the Soviet Union and
Is.ael .:ame in February, 1949,
when the United States formally
announced that it was making a
loan of $100,000,000 to Israel.
Shortly after that happened, the
Soviet minister to Israel was re-
-called to Moscow. The tempo of
the anti-Zionist crusade was
stepped up still further: it was
now charged that by accepting
the loan, Israel had made her-
self into an American colony. In
a judicious attempt to be neut-
ral, and perhaps with tongue in
cheek, Israel thereupon applied
to the Soviet Union for a loan.
To nobody's surprise, the letter
was never answered. After six
months of very great tension, the
Soviet minister finally came back
to Tel Aviv.
But his return did not mean
that relations between Russia and
Israel were normal ?gam. All
that these elements were now
"successfully liquidated.-'
The purge swept on through
1949 and 1950. The last two Jew-
ish schools in the U.S.S.R. were
closed down. A large group of in-
ternationally -known Yiddisn
writers suddenly dropped from
sight; among them was a writer
who had been sent here by the
Soviet government during the
World War II to tell American
Jews how wonderful conditions
were for all the minorities in
Russia.
The leading Yiddish newspuDer
in the Soviet Union ceased pub-
lication, a Yiddish magazine was
banned, and a Yiddish publishing
house went out of business. The
only Jewish intellectual of any
importance who retained his
position was the novelist Ilya
Ehrenburg. And Ehrenburg sav-
ed his own skin chiefly by be-
ing among thc loudest in the
chorus of attacks on jarael. He
publicly insulted the first Is-
raeli minister at a reception for
her in Moscow, and later he
sneered at the Israelis as "poor
little capitalists who live on a
few dollars which the greater
favorable comment on the voung ; capitalist Jews in America send
republic was now completely eli-
minated from Stalin's press. In
Moscow the Israeli legation sud-
denly found itself with virtually
no visitors. Edmund Stevens of
the Christian Science Monitor re-
ported, after a visit to the USSR,
that "almost overnight the Is-
rael legation in Moscow was ef-
fectively isolated from further
contact with the Jewish popula-
them.
General Walter Bedell Smith,
one of our postwar ambassadors
to the Soviet Union, wrote in the
New York Times that the of-
fensive against the Jews could
be directly traced to the Soviet
attitude toward the new state of
Israel. He commented that the
"current offensive, which tran-
scends similar campaigns that
lion." The M.V.D. (Stalin's se- j^T =*taken "place"7nMne' So e
cret police made what Stevens iininn harf nL.n .c i, ;
tion
cret ponce mace wnat Stevens | Union had d^p roots in RuSsian
called a few "judicious arrests', chauvinism, with its traditional
wa?iJIlfct nHtlZf?nS thn,t6,rhng th,6 i anti-Semitism as well as ant.-
legation, and after that the visits | foreignism "
naturally stopped.
However, the Communist at-
tack on Israel was not confined
to propaganda denunciations or
to anti-Semitism at home. After
Israel began to lose favor with
St;.lin, the Soviet dictator be-
r""?"!?* i gan a camPaign to hit the young
republic where it hurt the most
in the field of immigration.
In one sense, Israel is much like
the United States; both countries
have derived their populations
almost entirely from immigra-
tion. More than half a million
immigrants have come into Is-
rael since the state was founded,
and most of the other Jewish
citizens, who arrived from all
over the world, have not been
there much longer.
Needless to say, the Soviet
Union has never allowed any of
its own Jewish citizens to emi-
grate to Palestine, or Israel. As
a matter of fact, no Soviet citi-
zens of any kind have been al-
lowed to leave for other countries
Even the Russian girls who mar-
ried American Air Force men
during -.he war were never al- j
lowed to join their husbands over
nere: the best available evidence
is that, despite U.S. protests, they
were not rnly kept in the Soviet
Union, but were shipped off to
And this was not all. A furious
purge of Jews suddenly began
all through the Soviet govern-
ment. Over the years. Stalin had
slowlv been weeding Jews fjnd
members of other
groups, for that mat _
his government As relations
with Israel deteriorated, the re-
pression became more severe. A
drastic campaign got underway
to remove all Jews from posi-
tions of responsibility, especial-
ly from posts involving contact
with the outside world. Stevens
reported that "in a matter of
weeks all Jews serving with the
Soviet occupation administration
in Germany and Austria were
recalled." Jews were vigorously
excluded from all missions and
delegations to the outside world.
They were no longer admitted
to the special training school at
which training for the Soviet
foreign service was conducted.
They were banned from walking
in the Ministry of Foreign Trade.
The Communist party's top
echelons became closed to them.
This purge in the Soviet Gov-
ernment was matched by at-
tacks on Jews in the cultural
fields. The Jewish Theatre came
under attack: it was denounced forced labor camps.'As far ar
bv tiie Byelj-Russian Writers | Israel was concerned, the U.S.S.R.
Lnion because its plays had | was almost alone of all the na- j
praised "bourgeous America as tions in the world in refusing to |
the promised land." Its member- i allow its Jewish citizens to emi-
ship was described as "rootless grate there Prime Minister Ben-
comopolitans. bourgeois national-1 Gurion appealed to Stalin to re-
ists. and formalists who had j lax this restriction, but without,
kowtowed before the bourgeois success.
Wist." The secretary of Ihel Israel has never really expect-1
Writers Union boasted \n Satlin'ed that the Soviet Jews would
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Russia on the immigration ques-
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There are today more than a
half million Jews in the East
European Soviet satellites. There
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ol them desire to go to Israel, to
escape both their memories of the
Nazis and their present persecu-
tion by the Communists.
Until a year or two ago, it was
not difficult to emigrate, though
Jews bound for Israel were al-
ways forced by the satellite gov-
ernments to leave most of their
property behind them. In 1949
and 1950, with the anti-Zionist
purges reaching hysteria propor-
tions in Eastern Europe, the lid
began to come down on emigra-
tion. A series of shocking atro-
cities was revealed.
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proving the drastic extent of So-
viet Russia's vicious anti-Zionist
campaign.)
Center Bond Drive
Rolling Smoothly
Flagler Granada's $20,000 bond j
drive to gain funds for expand-
ing their community center is
proceeding well, according to
Sidney Stiller, president of the
center.
Joseph Masters, bond drive
chairman, stated that the bonds
i will be. issued in denominations
of $25, $50, $100, $500 and $1000.
They will be fully redeemed over
a five-year period, he said, with
annual payments of 20 per cent
of the face payments plus four
per cent interest on outstanding
balance.
All funds received will be
used to complete construction on
the building, which will have
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Kosher sandwiches will be
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Tickets at $1.25 are available \
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Hoffman and Dora Cohen.
Weinstein Unveiling
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Sunday, July 8, at 1 p. m. with
Rebbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mr. Weinstein is survived by his
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Dale Ruth and Dubbie Due; his
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Miami Beach; two sisters, Mrs.
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LTEST ADVENTURE
|son Quits Knesset, Returns
U. S. To Form Anti-Red Group
i
SiSHIN'-STdX A.I!'
-^ormy :,- : Bergson. fourier or?ar5zatin-
id mov .jive for a half-d M,uc'1 of '
, nrn I. hl,''; '-"'
i pro-I fior.t : groups-
tneest; B( n Hi ht, su< ssfu] n di i
:rned ';, ; i -
tr.rttd St't.s this w. !:... tures pe: er.tl.v
''.vsmenT i.. tacks on the
^ie MjCurr;"., .. .:i Pal-
'I mneq-p. the Bergson
tut tbSFiacl Kn sented ig' i-wii I :'-; n '' -';: t thi
ity, ir. ; : .: i, one of the
'fZvt.i c-stats extremist s, was
&*!' SSH2 iC?i '- stance
Rrn proposed that Jeru- .. .,. .
^^Kve as. a logical head- lu the British.
larteraior his world-wide The Bergson groups raised
'amove lent in view of its re- substantial amounts through
ioutfigmficance to the major their many and varied promo-
ths, ti ns, particularly Hecht's play,
"My idsa is this." Bergson 'A Flag is Born" but the Berg-
>ld a press conference. "I be- s nstcs never fllcd an>' kind oi
financial statement.
The funds helped to maintain
an elaborate "Embassy" in Wash-
ington, which Bergson publicly
offered to the Israel government
officials in the capital following
American recognition of the Jew-
ish state. The regular Zionist
groups admitted freely, though
He urged a 'banding together"' [ not publicly, that they did not
' know how to handle Bergson's
Dr. Kushner's Office New Addition To Physician's Row
_ eve there is a crying need for
|f|)lll peopls of the free world
don't mean governments of
Wn -sfidfious nations, but the
T ieopU^at France, Britain. Is-
ael, and the United Sta'.ss,
;veiy free countryto arrive
it a batter understanding of
mhfeb. Other.
..i dTT3Cra;:i [Monies ir, .. l;;-< :,t
OUr t^ ... ,.. M,,,;.,v-S ,j,ol.
I afli.,'^nai#,7 th Hne
fom RorjUfos tnld rewsmen that
S3 nle ajnembor of the Israel par-
OLitmmem he iear-ed that Corn-
claims of aid to the Jewish re-
sistance in Palestine, claims
which they labeled as frauds.
The regular Zionist groups did
succeed in forcing Bergson to
. orms comparable to those cre-
,'r||'cd by his American League for
- P"- pree Palestine which flourished
.**ith the assistance of a vast num-
Iorie;r of letterhead committees in
ruba Th American League and its
o!k5>raat Hebrew Committee for
1 National Liberation, staged a
long list of high-power pub-
lr- ticity atunts thai baffled and
infuriated the regular Zionist
.lists Ln "..., Middle East had I admit that his organization had
ttta-awrt Ofi. a "liquidation list" to actually sent onlv one ship with
": utilized at the proper time, refugees to Palestine. That ship.
-he former Irgun leader claimed which Zionists said had world-
? had been informed his name wide publicity rather than do
as.on the list. rescue work, was captured bv
The return of Bergson to Zion- a British warship apd escorted
hreatened to bring under guard to Palestine while
the Bergsons led a campaign in
1941 to capture the revisionist
Zionist Party with considerable
success, but both groups began
to fade with the proclamation of
lilr-^HS* years Ppecedln *he fs- isl-ael and recognition bv the
hbliahment of the State of Is- worid of the Jewish state.
One of the last promotions
staged by th> League was a
nation-wide United States tour
for Menachim Beigen. com-
mander of the Irgun. Bergen's
stops in a dozen cities evoked
charges from various organiza-
tions and counter-charges from
the various Bergson groups.
Following Bergson's return to
Israel, where he became a mem-
ber of the Knesset, as a repre-
sentative of the Herut. the politi-
cal successor to the Irgun. the
scores of Bergson groups faded
quickly from the American Jew-
ish scene.
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Located at 1345 N. Bays
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One of the most unusual fea-
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The spaciousness of its inter-
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As the patient enters, he finds
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+Je*isti Meridian
FRIDAY. JULY 6
Letters To The Editor]
THIS IS BORSCHT
Editor, The Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir:
I read with awe and shame the
letter of the beloved Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Israel, in your June 20
issue.
Unfortunately. I happen to be
well acquainted with the facts
relating to one of the outstand-
ing rabbis who was victim of a
vicious round of circumstances.
Dr. Franzblau on June 14. I
should appreciate your printing
of this letter in the next issue
of The Jewish Floridian.
With kind, personal regards,
Cordially,
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Executive Director
Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Dear Dr. Franzblau:
I have noted the acclaim with
and I know that months of bar- which the first graduation exer-
gaining with an irresponsible cises of your School of Sacred
group of men prompted Rabbi Music have been greeted bv the
Kaplan to mail his letter of pro- Jewish press and in various per-
test through the valuable pages iodicals. I, too, have uttered mv
I "Mazel Tov."
of The Jewish Floridian.
The debt due one of the rabbis
is an honorable and just one and
should be met with an honorable
settlement for the good and wel-
fare of the Jewish community of
Greater Miami and Jewry as a
whole.
I wonder what our Christian
brethren, many of whom read
your publication must be say-
ing yet, we Jews like to be
told that we are a moral peo-
ple, that we always pav our
debts.
These same people that in-
duced my rabbi to come to Mi-
However, a situation here in
Coral Gables, Florida, has un-
derlined some limitations to
this acclaim which need serious
consideration.
I can understand the value of
the role of graduates of your
school in small communities
where, of necessity, the cantor
must assume several duties, in-
cluding that of teacher: and pos-
sibly, in Sunday School situa-
tions, your graduates may again
take over teaching and adminis-
trative functions.
North Shore Sisterhood
To Hold Social Sundc
First of a series of mn!j
socials planned by the Sisterh
of the North Shore Jewish
ter is slated for Sunday i
8, at 8 p. m. at the S,'::Ta,
Hotel. Miami Beach. ffev.
Dancing and cards will be ^ft
the program.
i(xm
Cr]
Beth David Women
Plan Summer Fiesta
Beth David Sister]
the
B3ri
itie
Lav
ste:.
sponsor a "Summer Fiesta C*.,
Chicken Barbecue" on Sun!1'"
July 15, at 7 p. m. at"theU'h.^.D
(if Mr. and Mrs. N;,t,. **e
' South Miami Avenue. >a.'
Chairm i: : tin < Mi;-
Dorothy Simkin. R< -"Sui
may be made bv callin *.
or 48-8298. Rat
--------------------------------- Mr.
ami haven't even had the decency I Jewish communities, where your
to pay his fare. Yet, these same graduates may be asked to teach
people who boast of being the-and administer afternoon He-
first" families of Miami, waste |brew schools solely because of
more money in gambling and tne economy involved, these
Rokeach Prepares
Summer Cook Book
With warm weather on hand.
But in larger | and the housewife on the search
for recipes that are easy to pre-
pare within a modest budget, I.
Rokeach & Sons provides a
entertainment and turn their
heads and hearts away while the
rabbi has to appeal to his fellow
rabbis because of destitution.
Shame is not a word that I would
want to use on such people .
I note that Dr. Kaplan was
careful not to mention any names
graduates may be undermining
the status of the recognized He-
brew school teachers of the com-
munity. Again, the competence
of your graduates in areas of
intensive Jewish education may
be sincerely questioned.
At Coral Gables, one of your
'?., '*L^tter, to the Editor." j graduates has undertaken a posi-
s a means | tion which requires a three-fold
of warning that the good rabbi
may go farther, if a just set-
tlement is not made. I didn't
think it would even go this far.
I know a way to settle this un-
pleasant controversy. I know-
names and I can mention them
approacn: cantor, supervisor of
Sunday school, principal and
teacher of a three-day-a-week
Hebrew school, involving some
ten hours of weekly instruction
in a Hebrew school which fol-
lows the curriculum set bv the
in circulars, but I will aslo bide Bureau of Jewish Education for
my time and see what Dr. Kap- all afternoon schools. I ques-
lan and the good friends of his tion the advisability of such a
congregation accomplish for a multiple role for vour graduate,
rabbi that has been left desti- I also wonder what repercussions
tute. I would like to check the mav result if he fails to meel
pledges made to the CJA and a situation so beset with pitfalls Women Lawyers
see what these same people did as his. repercussions which may '-----
to meet an honorable and need- effect the future of the School for
ed ci ntnhution. Or did they just Sacred Music as well as teacher
want their names to be publicly placement in the Jewish com-
annminced as good members of munity of Greater Miami. I feel
Mrs. Meyers
Heads Women
Lawyers Unit
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
was named firs4, chairman of the
Florida Association of Women
Lawyer.: at its organizational
meeting at the Saxony Hotel,
Miami Beach, Saturday. Initial
membership numbered 67.
Other officers named were
Miss Mary L. Fsarey of West
Palm Beach, vice chairman; Miss
Rebecca Bowles Marks of Talla-
hassee, secretary. Miss Vivian L.
S haeffer, Miami Beach, treas-
urer, Mrs. Herberta Leonardy,
Miami, parliamentarian.
Miss Esther Poppell, also of
Miami. to the National Association of
munber of culinary findings in
a new booklet titled, "Cool Sum-
mer Recipes."
Two borscht recipes in the il-
lustrated booklet are especially
unusual, a parfait, made with
frozen borscht and chilled sour
cream, and a vegetable salad
ringed with a jellied borscht
mold.
Included in the recipe brochure
are Old World gems to spark
summer appetites. Original cook-
ing formulas have been simpli-
fied for jiffy preparation.
A copy of the new booklet may-
be obtained by writing to I. Ro-
keach & Sons, 79 Hadison Av-
enue. New York 16, New York.
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SOUR CREAM WITH
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Pullman Accommodations
and Reserved Seats
in De Luxe Coaches
iVOlVAMUABiaf
the SILVER METEOR : the S/lVf R SUR
the community?
I know of se\ I of the of-
: i ne of the congregati ins
have naui more in contri-
butions ti .. certain church yet
find it hard to pay a rabbi his
ry. Ever. thieves there
is a code of honor This is
disgusting Shame on these
phonies who ride around in Cad-
illacs.
Sincerelv yours,
WILLIASl GREENE.
that this individual case may
have nation-wide implications.
One more sour note: It does
se< m to me that where a Bureau
of Jewish Education exists in a
given community and is charged
with teacher placement for the
entire community, that some con- ;
sultation by the placement com- I
mittee of your school with the.
Bureau would be most advisable
for both instituttions concerned,
if only to give your graduate a
better background of the posi-
tion for which he is applying.
I want you to know that this
letter is being written in a con-
Mr. Fred K. Shochet. Editor
The Jewish Floridian.
Dear Sir:
The Floridian featured on the
front page of the edition of June I structive spirit in the interest of
29 pictures and story of the first ra",ng,ttandaKds.fv, .mtrv""
,ho Uo cation throughout the country.
I should appreciate a prompt
graduation of cantors of the He-
brew Union School of Sacred
Music in New York, including
the picture of Dr. Abraham N.
Franzblau. dean.
I am sure that Miami readers
will be interested in the enclosed
copy of a letter which I sent to
reply giving me your reactions
to the above, with kind personal
regards.
Cordially,
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN.
Executive Director.
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+Jewisl)fk>ridUan
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J:i
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ilakoff Attends Meet
tilton S. Malakoff, commun-
[manager of the Greater Mi-
Committee for Bonds of
kel Government, is attending
taff seminar of the American
ancial and Development Corp-
lion for Israel July 5 through
It its offices, 120 Broadway,
York City,
lalakoff also is manager of
$500,000,000 State of Israel
id campaign for the commun-
|s of Palm Beach County, Fort
iderdale. Hollywood, Home-
id and Key West.
owitz Unveiling
edication of a monument to
memory of the late Samuel
owitz, formerly 9817 North
mi Avenue, will take place on
day, July 8, at 11 a. m. at
nt Nebo Cemetery with
bi Max Shapiro officiating.
Sarowitz is survived by a
, Jack: three daughters, Mary
jjlz, Molly Rippa and Betty
JBne; three brothers, Jacob,
mon and Harry, a sister,
a: and three grandchildren,
ngments are in charge of
er's Miami Monument Corn-
Relatives and friends are
asked to atu-n.
Sholom Men's Club
Plan Entertainment
The Men's Club of Temple i
Beth S'lni.m will sponsor an
evening of ( ntcrlninment for its i
meainri s and friends on Sunday, |
July 8, ai H p. m., in ih.- Shalimar I
Boon, nl the S,i\,,ny 1! it. J.
Jullible's Travels" will be
ired plus the music of Mig-
Valcles and his orchestra.
Idition there will be games
ie King Arthur Room of the
hotel
Tickets are available at the
Temple office, 4144 Chase Ave-
nue,, Miami Beach.
Dr. Alexander Robbins is presi-
dent of the club and Frank
Kamen, program chairman, is in
charge of the event.
Beach Zionists To Meet
Miami Beach Zionist District
will hold an open meeting Sun-
day, July 8, at 8 p. m. in the
patio of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, according to Harold Sha-
piro, district president.
Reports of the 54th annual
Zionist convention will be given
by the district delegates.
Listen to
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Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 11-12 A.M.

Brandeis Dedicates
Fruchtman Hall
Formal dedication exercises
were held last week for Charles
Fruchtman Hall at Brandeis
University, named for the don-
or, a leading industrialist and
philanthropist of Toledo and Mi-
ami Beach.
A men's dormitory, Fruchtman
Hall contains student and facul-
ty residences and guest accom-
modations. Principal speaker at
the exercises held on the Uni-
versity's Waltham, Mass., cam-
pus was Hon. Maurice J. Tobin,
United States Secretary of La-
bor.
Fruchtman is president of the
Donovan Wire and Iron Co., the
Gendron Wheel Co. and the Mau-
mee Malleable Castings Co. He
is also chairman of the executive
committee of the Peters Stamp-
ing Company.
Brandeis University, now com-
pleting its third academic year,
is the first non-sectarian institu-
tion of higher learning in the
Western Hemisphere to be
founded by the American Jewish
community. Its 160-acre campus
is located in Waltham, Mass.,
near Boston.
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and
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820 S. W 4th St.
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Cutting the ribbon for formal dedication of Fruchtman Hall
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Fruchtman of Toledo and Miami Beach.. Fruchtman Hall, a
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FRIDAY, JULY. 6. 1951
*, knisti fh w kRan
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
PAGE7B
OFF THE RECORD
Is Fire Of Neo-Nazism Raging While
Jewish Defense Agencies Fiddle Away?
The Horst Wessel and other Nazi tunes are again being heard
through the length and width of Germany. Hundreds of Jewish
tombstones are being desecrated. In public gatherings Germans
lustily shout: Juden heraus! Amerikaner heraus!
We are witnessing a bold attempt at reviving Fascism on a
worldwide scale with three main focus points: Germany, Argen-
tina and Spain.
Nevertheless, only a few weeks ago the Executive Committee
of the American Jewish Committee adopted a statement of policy
'"favoring a positive position on the question of Germany's place
in the free world."
Can Jews be disunited on the question of Germany'.' The
democratic world is startled and gravely perturbed by the rise of
Naiism. What hopa is there for Jewish survival if in face of such
a menacing development the Jewish defense agencies cannot
agree on a common policy and 9 great united effort? Th-3y must
convince Washington that the cause of democracy will be hope-
Jly compromised if Germany is permitted to l'jarm and to
"join the family of democratic nations." Can we trust the Bonn
Government which sends a Nazi diplomat to Brazil, glories Abetz.
and gave the r.ao-Nazi leader. Richter. not only a visa but a letter
of recommendation when he recently visited Sweden?
The Jewish community has taken too complacent a view, and
for too long a time, of the Jewish defense problem. This is one
field of activity in which disunity is intorerable and suicidal. We
must be able to form a united front against the common enemy.
The American Jewish Congress has shown initiative and leadership
in the right way.
There i? no question how 99*3 of our people feel with regard
to Germany. If a certain number of Jews constitute themselves as a
committee and wish to follow their own specific and different ideas
they are free to do so provided they depend for support on their
own membership, and do not turn to the welfare funds and the
community at large for funds.
It will prove the most fatal blunder to underestimate neo-
nazism. The Associated Press quotes German industrialists who
predicted that in 1953 neo-Nazism will be in force in Germany.
Of course, if the American Jewish Committee is in favor of
admitting Germany to the "democratic family of nations" why
wonder if the U.S. admits Baltic S.S. men to this country?
We have not heard whether the protests of the Jewish organ-
izations against this development have been effective. Altogether
too many questions remain open.
What are our defense agencies doing about Artukovitch the
Yugoslavian mass murderer? He has been in this country al-
ready for three years. An investigation of this scandalous affair
is imperative. How many other Arlukov'tch's are here in the
U.S.A.?
Is anything being done to counteract the rise of Fascism in Latin
America? Thus far, our defense agencies don't dare even to de-
nounce it.
What efforts are being made to prevent various Latin American
countries from continuing their practice of refusing visas to nat-
uralized U.S. Jewish citizens? This scandalous situation has existed
for years.
What is being done about Pegler who continues his vicious
campaign of bracketing Jewish names with Communism? In his
column of June 28th he welcomes the Smith act, asks for sen-
tence of death not only for communists, but New Dealers, men-
tioning by name two men: the spy, Rosenberg and Felix Frank-
furter.
Our defense agencies are not publicity shy. They distribute
frequent releases about letters written to government departments,
embassies, about talks with the President toobut too rarely arc
we informed about its final results.
Less publicity and more effective action would be welcome:!
and in better taste.
Baruch-Truman
Chat Rumor
Rift Is Ended
WASHINGTON (AJP)Jew-
ish stateman, Bernard Baruch,
was reported this week as back
Kith President
following an
the Wall Street dynamo publicly
attacked the Administration's
lack of planning in the face of
World War III.
Truman said at that time that
Baruch had been sorely misin-
formed.
The President and Baruch
chatted for several hours in their
first meeting' lince 1948. Also
present were Chief Justice and
Mrs. Fre^.'Vinsnn nn* fJpnnni
ON THE y p
BocMlielf
man
of separation between church
and state."
It is regrettable that Mr.
Moehlman should have had to
resort to appeals aginst the in-
fluence of Catholic officials
who have labored to nullify
decisions of the Supreme Court
against the introduction of re-
ligious teaching in the schools
and in support of the basic
principles of the first and four-
teenth amendments to the con-
stitution. However, the emi-
nent scholar maintains that
"the great majority of the
American Roman Catholic laity
certainly endorse" the creed
llttlf n:tHiilil-i Kii&iWltl'im i' I
"The Wall of Separation Between Church and State," by Dr.
Conrad H. Moehlman, another in the series of Beacon Studies in
Freedom and Power, published by Beacon Press, significantly adds
to the available literature on the subject and strengthens the hands
of those who seek to perpetuate the ideals of Jefferson and Madison
for the establishment of a "wall that was enunciated by the
late Alfred E. Smith.
Tlu Smith credo was contain-
ed in a statement issued during
his candidacy for the presidency
on the Democratic ticket. In it
he declared:
"I believe in the absolute sep-
aration of Church and State and
in the strict enforcement of the
provisions of the Constitution
that Congress shall make no laws
respecting the establishment of
religion or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof ... 1 believe in
the support of the public schools
as one of the cornerstones ol
American liberty."
Dr. Moehlman contends: "De-
Graeco-Roman civilisation and
Judaeo-Christian religion. It is
government of, by, and for the
people. It believes that 'tyranny
begins where law ends.' It em-
phasizes duties and obligations as
well as rights and privileges;.
The Constitution of the United
States has spoken; the case is
closed. Similarly, religion is not
a fiction. If at times in this study
of the relation of church and
state, we have appeared to be
unduly harsh in our criticism of
certain religious traditions, it is
because we are convinced that
the essence of religious spirit
cannot be compressed in any or-
ganizational pattern but must
arise from the impact of prophe-
tic individuals who represent dis-
tinctive religious achievement."
The author says that the pub-
lic schools are for all American
children, regardless of race,
color or cieed; that while pri-
vate schools may limit their
matriculants. public schools
may not discriminate; that the
people control public schools;
that private schools are pri-
vately owned; that public
schools do not impose or re-
quite religious tests, etc.
He points out with appropriate
i mphasis that "formal religious
education is the task of the home
mocracy is not a fiction. It is an
inheritance from the ancient
and the church."
He points out that separation
of church and state means "ab-
solute liberty, just and true lib-
erty," and declares:
"If we as Americans may not
vote for men for public office
from ecclesiastical reasons, how
can our representatives impose
taxes which ultimately are used
for maintenance of parochial
schools?"
Further, he says that "the ap-
peal to the source documents of
the colonial age and tho transi-
tion years, 1776-1789, demon-
strates that the United States
Supreme Court is absolutely cor-
t-ect in interpreting the reli-
gious clause of the First Amend-
ment as signifying complete sep-
aration of church and state."
Dr. Moehlman, who is profes-
sor emeritus of the history of
Christianity at Colgate-Rochester
Divinity School, goes farther in
his contention by declaring:
"The Wall of" Separation Be-
tween Church and State" is a
powerful instrument in defense
of one of the most vital Ameri-
can principles. Dr. Moehlman and
his publishers have earned the
gratitude of all Americans of all
faiths for producing this valu-
able work.
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FRIDAY. JULY G. 1951

Religious Directory...
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or- ,
thodox) will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:45 and Satur-
day morning services at 8:30.
Mincha at 6:45 will be followed
by Shalos Sudos. Summer ses-
sions of the religious school are
held daily Monday through Fri-
day :. m 10 a. m. to noon.
Worth Dude Jewish Center will
conduct services Friday at S:15
p. in. Joseph Rosenfeld will offi-
ciate and deliver the sermon.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal) late Friday evening
s< n ic will continue each Friday
at 8:15 p. m. throughout the sum-
mer months. A feature of the
services will be the open forum
Ones Shabbat on the patio with
Sabbath singing and readings
from Jewish literature.
K -.esc-h Israel Congregation;
K. wrung services 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services at j
8:30 a. m. conducted by Can-
tor Abraham Seif. At 4:30 p. m. <
a class in Talmud will be con-
ducted. Mincha at 5:30 will be
followed by shalos Sudos. Zmiras
will follow and Maariv will com-
plex th< services. Daily services
at 8 m. followed by a class
h. Jewish Laws and customs
school is held daily Mon-
di through Thursday from 3:30
to '6:30 p. m.
Beth David (Conservative) will
I Friday evening services at
i .'. Saturday morning $erv-
IC S at 9 a. m. The Hebrew school
wii! conduct morning session
summer camp program including
. arts and crafts music
and ( no hour foimal Hebrew in-
struction for students 7 lo 13.
i;. ..- ration is now open at the
i daily classes to be held
Mcifday through Thursday f:om
! a. m. to noon.
Flagler Granada Religious
Group holds services at 7:30 a. m.
Monday through Friday. Satur-
day services are held at 9 a. m.
and Sunday morning at 8.
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center (Conservative) will hold
earlv Friday night services at
6:30" p. m. and Sabbath services
at 9:30 a. m.
Temple Beth El of West Palm
Beach (Conservative! will con-
duct Friday evening services at
6:3o and Saturday morning serv-
ice- at 9. all under the direction
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 7 p. m. and Saturday at
9 a. ti. under the direction of
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Min-
cha will be held at 7 p. m. with
Shahs Sudos following. Serv-
ices are held daily at 7 a. m.
and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morn-
ing services at 8.
Dt ontown Synagogue (Ortho-
dox will hold its duly services
at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Friday
tvtning services are slated for 7
p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30.
Mincha will be held at 6:45 p. m.
followed by Shalos Sudos and
Maa:iv.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
holds daily services at 8 a. m.
and 6:30 p. m. Friday night serv-
ice is at 6:30. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on "The Weekly
Portion of the Law." Talmud
Class is slated for 5 p. m. with
Mincha at 6 p. m. followed by
Shalos Sudos.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold its sum-
mer religious services at the
home of I. Richman. 411 82nd
Ter.. Saturdav morning at 9.
Rabbi Philip' Fried will of-
ficiate and speak on the portion
of the week.
Tifereth Israel Xortliside Cen-
ter will hold services Friday at
6:30 p. m and Saturday morn-
ing services at 9.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will begin
late Friday services at 8:30 p. m.
Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant
the services. One^. Shabbat will
fallow.
Young Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach (Orthodox) in-
vites all members from other
parts of the country now visit-
ing in Miami Beach to attend its
services. They will be held Fri-
day evening at 6:45, Saturday
at'9 a.m. and 6:45 p. m. and:
daily at 8 a. m. and 6:45 p. m.
West Miami Jewish Center
has slated services for F: iday at
6:45 and Saturday at 8 a. m.
ibi Ezra Lifshitz will officiate
at all services. j
Temple Beth Sholovi (Liberal) i
will held services Friday eve-
ning at 8:15. Music prayer and1
sermonette. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate, assisted by Cant :
Samuel Kelemer. R e li g l o a s
school registration and member-
ship at the synagogue offices.
Beth Tjilah (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at
7 and Saturday morning serv-
6.45 and Saturdav morning serv-
ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
kovsky will discuss "Portion of
the Week" at his morning serv-
ices. "Ethics of the Fathers'"
t 5:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 p.m.
will bp followed by Shalos Sudos.
Maariv will be at 7:30. Daily
| services are held at 7:30 a. m.
I with Mincha at 7 and Maariv
| at 7:45 p. m. Daily classes in
i Mi.~hna are held at 3:30 a. m.
i Class in Jewish laws and customs
is held Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at F- rn. and class
in Ein Yakov is held Monday and
Thursday at 7 p. m.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conseivative) will hold Friday
evening services at 6:15 and
Saturdav morning services at 9,
under th" direction of Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. The rabbi will
preach on the weekly portion of
the law on Saturday m uning
Guest cantor will be Barry
Schaeffer of Teaneck. N. J., In the
afternoon, the Bible class
will meet at 5:15 followed by
Shalos Sudos. Daily services are
held in the chapel at 8 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Miami Hebrew Schcol an.d Cor-
gregation (Orthodox) will hold
services on Friday at 6:45 p. m.
Saturday morning services wili
; be held at 8:30. Donald Paul, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Stone,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
i.''...ss in "Ethics of the Fathers"
: is scheduled for 6 p. m. to be
followed by Mincha. Shalos
Sudos and Maariv. Hebrew
I classes meet from 9 a. m. to 12
1 noon. Daily services are held at
I 7:30 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Beth El Congregation (Ortho- ,
dox) will hold Friday services
at 7 p. m. Services Saturday
morning at 8:30. will feature a
sermon by Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Mincha at 6:45 will be followed
bv Shalos Sudos. Daily services
will be held at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
form) will hold its Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15. Dr. Joseph
R. Narot, will read the prayer-. ]
j There will be no Saturday moin-
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' months.
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+Jewisli fhridicin
page 9 B
Cable Squelches
Zionist Congress
Delay Rumor
NEW YORK (AJP)-A hiCh
Jewish Agency official's cable-
gram this week that the much-
postponed World Zionist Con-
gress would open as scheduled in
Jerusalem on August 14, squelch-
ed rampant rumors both here and
in Israel that the gathering of
top Zionist leaders and dele-
gates would be delayed several
weeks.
The -?able from Beryl Locker, I
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Agency was
) received late this week at the
headquarters of the Agency's
American section here.
The confirmation came on the
heels of widespread rumors in
Zionist circles and elsewhere that
the closeness tjf the congress
sessions to the red-hot internal
general election in Israel would
force a postponement of the Con-
gress for at least one week. Is-
rael general elections are sched-
uled for the end of July.
A check of various Zionist or-
ganizations' headquarters dis-
closed that calls had been receiv-
ed during the past week inquir-
ing whether the postponement
( was official.
One Zionist organization dis-
closed that a number of travel
agencies, heavily booked with
reservations from Americans
planning to be in Israel to wit-
ness the historic congress, had
also shown concern over the
possibility of a postponement.
Two delegations, Mizrachi and
the General Zionists, made plans
to attend the Congress.
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Miami Beach, this week announ-
ced the appointment of seven
medical school graduates to serve
as the first group of interns at
Mount Sinai Hospital for the
year commencing July, 1951.
In announcing the appoint-
ments, Gertner said "Mount Sinai
is honored to be the first volun-
tary hospital in the Greater Mi-
ami area which has received the
approval of the American Medi-
cal Association for intern train-
ing."
Medical school graduates who
will serve the community,
through the hospital, on a full-
time basis include Drs. Harlan
Neal Douglas, University of
Pittsburgh Medical School- David
Feigenbaum, Tulane University
Medical School; Lee Meyer Horo-
witz, Chicago Medical School;
Russel W. Lavengood, University
of Louisville Medical School;
Charles H. Robertson and Wil-
liam Boyd Summers, University
of Colorado Medical School; Dan-
iel Harold Zimmermsn, Uni-
versity of Buffalo Medical School.
At the same time, Gertner also
announced the appointment of
Marshall S. Cherkas as adminis-
trative resident for the period of
mil year. Cherkas is a gradu-
ate of the University of Illinois
and recent graduate of North-
western University Program in
hospital adininijti'.iti in. During
the year's training, which will
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ter's degree in the field of hos-
pital administration, he will be
assigned on a rotating basis
throughout tne various depart-
ments of the hospital and will
I attend hospital meetings in the
area.
Obituaries
. MORRIS QALPERN
'., "t mm N. W. 7th Street, panned
away July 1st following a length)
Illness, lie came here from Jackson-
ville and was a sheet metal worker.
(Services were held at Gordon l-'umi.il
Home with Interment at Alt. Nebo
Cemetery.
IDA WARSHAWSKY
78. of .">4I N. W. 1Mb Avenue, passed
away July 2nd in a local convales-
cent home. She leaves her husband
Seelig; tour suns. Hyman, of siles.
Ohio, Harry of Greenfield, .Mass .Max,
Brooklyn and Milton of Dayton, Ohio;
two dauchteis. Mrs. Stella Stern,
Miami, and Alls. Lillian b'atulow, of
Brooklyn. She also leaves a sister.
Rose Alintz. of New York. Alls. War-
shawsky came here five vears BKO
from New York City. The remains
wen- sent in Brooklyn for services
and interment by Gordon 1 uncial
Home.
MRS. REBECCA LISKOWITZ
"3, of '! Collins Avenue, passed away
in a .Miami hospital on June 25th.
She came tn Miami from New York
M years ag"o ami leaves her husband,
Louis, and a daughter, Fannie Alan-
tell. Services were conducted at
.Miami Beach Riverside with inter-
ment in Alt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE GLOVER
53, <>f 1090 Venetian Way. passed
away in a .Miami hospital mi June
28. She leaves her hush., ml. Al: two
brothers, Samuel II. and Mlllard v.
Jacobs. The remains were sent t"
New York for services and interment
by .Miami Beach Riverside.
.MRS. JENNIE s WANoU ITZ
7".. of l.'.Vl Alt' n Road, passed away
July 1st. She leaves tear da ugh tern,
Mrs. Anna Cantor. Alls. Dora I'erl-
man. Mrs. Gertrude I'allol and Mi.-.
Monn Soljnway, all "t .Miami Beach,
and two Abe Safft, N< York
City, and Lewis Sift'!, of .Mian.:; one
In other. Sam Sllverinun, New Haven,
from which Mrs Safouowitz came
! years u Services were con-
ted .. Miami I leach Rl> oi'slde bs
Kahlii I.....n l<: onish. Illti : .....I fol-
lowed iii Wuodlawn Park Cemetery.
Lipitz Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late George
Lipitz, formerly of 9817 North
Miami Avenue and 643 Almeria
Avenue. Coral Gables, will take
Jjjlace on Sunday, July 8, at 11
I a. m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
Mr. Lipitz is survived by his wife,
Mary: a daughter, Janet; n son,
Alvin; and his father, Morris.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Relatives and friends are j
requested to be present.
KTIII.YN H1TTLKMAN
passed nivaj BUddeiil> "ii June 30th
in Daytona Reach. She leaves hei
husband, I'lulip. s..ns. Jus. \,\\ k.
Stewarl and Shi Idon; a daughti ,.
Mrs. Bobble Plager; sister, Mrs, Lil-
lian Plynn. Mrs. HittUcman was
past Matron of Emunah Chapter No.
17."p. Order of Eastern star. Services
were held at "The Miami Riverside"
conducted by Rabbi Murray Graucr.
interment followed in Alt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
Dr. Brown's In Town
The One and Only
DR. BROWN'S
CEL-RAY
and Tru-Fruit Hovwagos
Just Arrived Miami
See Your Dealer
NOTE TO DEALERS: If our sales representative has not
contacted you, please call 3-3121.
A8RIEL IV SAKOWITZ
76, of 1583 s. w. Jrd Street, passed
away at home on Sunday, He leaves
his wife, Rachel, and four sons In-
cluding Theodore J ami Milton, of
-Miami: also two daughters and a
brother. Local arrangements were in
charge of Gordon Funeral Home.
Services were conducted in New
York. Air. Sakowlti was a retired
merchant and came here 18 years
ago.
SANDS MEMORIALS
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HEBREW MONUMENTS
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Phone 3-2389
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MRS, I'ANNY PELDMAN
81. of ;. i arrey Lane, .Miami Beach,
passed away Sunday. She leaves her
husband and two sons. Mortimer and
Arthur: a daughter, Airs. Edith Mver-
soii. nil of Miami Beach; also four
slaters ami a brother, Services were
held in .Miami Beach Riverside. "lth
Interment in Alt. Nebo Cemel
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to these accounts on or before the 10th will begin
earning dividends from the 1st at the new rate of
2'i % per annum.
*V ...Dade Federal Savings accounts are insured to $10,000
by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Two persons, each with an individual account and a joint
account together may have insured savings totaling $30,000.
? ...New savings accounts may be opened, or funds may-
be added to present accounts at cither of Dade Federal's
"wo offices by mail.
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FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1951
10.000 Jews Get
'Last Chanee" To
Enter America
WASHINGTON (-mated 10.000 J< ws are ai
60.000 Bun ; an I
I sons S anti I last
j
V
: 1948
ex-

the laced i
-
Stal

I 1952, i
to
Si tes.
I T -i
as ha'
of the DP Act. Th< '-
> for New A ai
the UJA,
that i
- | the ] de-
ntelhgen
rs thi United
Si
Northeast Women
Support Mrs. Meyers
The Northeast Miami Won.
club has announced its supp.-t f
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meye
Miami Beach, who is seeking
P>int:i>- : to the eleventh ;
I "' da.
A resolution passed

I ... ....
G v.
Mrs. -. an at1 i n
.....
c mventi n E
SUMMER PRICES
Pomerantz 1}uits
Eduvation Post
Th< resignation of Hy Pomer-
I r i ext nsi in activ-
was ann mi by Max
... president of the Bureau
wish Education.
Pomerantz has served the
... .... for the past three yi
a principal of the Community
Hebrew High School: as con-
sultant for youth and adult pro-
gramming: as instructor at the
I Jewish Studios: and
. g< nera] assistant to the execu-
::v director of the bureau.
A graduate of the Teachers In-
stitute of the Yeshiva University.
Pomerantz received his MA. in
education and psychology at Co-
lumbia University and is now
rturning to New York City to
work for his PH.D.
Pomerantz has accepted the
position of principal of the Jack-
son Heights Jewish Center, New
York City.
This year's confirmation class of the Miami Beach Jewish Center 'pictured ebove) is planning
an alumni association, which all center confi.mards for the past several years will be ir.vlted to
join. The girls were confirir-;d at ceremonies thz first day of Shevuos. Rabbi Irving Lehman,
center spiritual leader, charged them with their reponsibilities as Americans and Jew?. Shown
here ai_ 'first row, l. to r.J Merle Achier.ne Grossman. Lillian Malek, Judith Phillips, Elsa Stein,
Harriet Lipton; second row Naomi Sapsrstein, Nicki Ro- s. Rema Corr.ras, Saralee Stein, Marcia
Palay, Yvonne Gilbert; third row) Hope Weinthal, Carole Newman, Elear.cr Teitelbaum. Paula
Weiner and Joan Furman. Ardmon Stud
Israelitfe Center
Seliedules I'ienie
The Israelite Center will hold
its annual outing at Crandon
Park on Sundav, July 8. at Pit
No. 3.
All cars will leave the center,
3198 S. W. 24th Terrace, at 10
a. m.
Games and prizes for young
and old are scheduled through-
out the day. Of special interest
will be a baseball game between
husbands and wives. Luncheon
will be served between 11:30 a. m.
to 1:30 p. m.
Mrs. Meyer Stussman is chair-
man of arrangements. Assisting
here are Mrs. Lillian Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Balin. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Becker. Mrs.
Minnie DechovitZ, Mrs. Isaac
Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Doc
Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Goldenberg.
Tickets may be obtained by
contacting Mrs. Lillian Becker at
3-2922.________________
'JrciiMptri S&t^ov unn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovalry
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Appoints 8 As
Mew I I A-Ho ml
Overseers
NEW YORK (AJP) Eight
national figures prominent in the
United Jewish Appeal campaign
and the S500.000.000 Israel Bond
Drive were appointed members
of a committee to coordinate I
activities on behalf of the two
groups this week.
The coordinating committee's ,
organization followed an an- i
nouncement two weeks ago by |
Eliezer Kaplan. Finance Minister
of Israel, that such a body would
be established.
Designated as members of the |
coordinating body were Henry
Morgenthau, jr.. Edward M. M.
Warburg. Rudolph G. Sonnen- j
born. Dr. Nahura Goldman.
Henry Montor, Dr. Joseph J.I
Schwartz. Julian B. Venetzky. j
and Morris Berinstein.
An announcement by the group
said the initial meeting held last '
I week was "devoted to organiza- ,
' tional purposes." It concluded
! with "it was decided to hold !
regular meetings at which time i
matters of common interest for '
the two enterprises would be
discussed."
NPA Announces Rules
For Scarce Metal Usage
Rules for the use of steel, cop-
! per and aluminum during the
i next three months by manufac-
turers whose products do not
qualify for allotments under
NPA's controlled materials plan
have been announced by the local
office of the National Production
Authority.
Marion A. Leonard, district
manager for the U. S. Depart-
ment of Commerce, under which
j NPA operates, said the new or-
' der. effective July 1. permits
i those manufacturers not under
CMP to use specified percent-
j ages of the amounts of metal
] used during certain past periods.
The controlled materials plan.
I Leonard explained, is in effect a
revival of the CMP of World War
II. under which makers cf mili-
tary and essential civilian goods
will receive definite allotments
of ci itical metals.
CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS
In Jewish SectionWoodlcrwn Park Cemetery
AVAILABLE NOW!
For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5322
TITLE INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
CORAL GABLES MIAMI
100 Miracle Mile 83-4654 Langford Building 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
ACE RUG CLEANERS
26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155
RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED
Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
Swim Dance Slated
For Sinai Nurses
Invitations have been issued to
all registered nurses at Mount
Sinai Hospital to attend a swim
dance on Saturday. July 7. at
the Clevelander Hotel. Miami
Beach. The affair, to be given
by the nurses recreation com-
mittee of the Women's Auxiliary
of the hospital, will begin at 1
p. m. and last until midnight.
Mrs. Isaac Levin is chairman
of the event. Assisting her are
the Mesdamcs Matilda Ratner.
Harold B. Spaet. Louis Krensky,
Morton Russack. Max Holtsberg
and Miss Elsie Schwab.
Swim Dance Planned
The second annual swim dance
sponsored by the West Miami
Jewish Center is planned for Sat-
urday. July 7. 8 p. m., at the
Jchnina Hotel, 71st St. and Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach.
The Dream Bar show will fea-
ture Santa Arceo, Cuban singer;
Michael Strange. Tonv Matas and
Dorothy Furlette.
Proceeds will go toward the
center building fund.
Book Review Slated
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will re-
view the book, "Peculiarities of
Behavior." by Dr. William Stekel
op Saturdav. Julv 7, at 11 a. m.
over station WINZ.
Kiddies Party Planned
A gala kiddies party will be
given by the West Miami Jewish
Center in Sunday. Julv 8. at 7
p. m., announced AI Fogel. mem-
bership chairman.
The program includes movies,
a magician and a circus clown.
There is no admission charge.

Friedson To Be Honored
In recognition of his service
during the past year, the South-
west Civic League of Miami will
honor outgoing president Max
Friedson on Tuesday, July 10.
at Lebanon Hall at 8 p. m.
President I. S. ShaDoff will
present the membership's gift
to Friedson. Refreshments will
also be served.
On the Trail"
ADLER'S KOSHER
Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Under Rabbinical Supervision
We Sell Retail and Wholesale
to Hotels, Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
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FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD
Recommended by DUNCAN HINES
VISIT OUR NEW PATIO
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Program Director Associate Director
WINZ Proudly Presents
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Narrator
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Commentator
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FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1951
*.Jeist> Ik radian
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11-B
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS IIKI1K11Y G1VKX that
by virtue of Chanter 67X of Florida
statutes Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts
wherein A. O. TRANSFER AM)
WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue or it* warehouse lien,
has in Its possession the following de-
scribed personal property:
l.'sed
Desk
Lumber
Cabinet Doors
Windows
Chairs. Etc.
as the property of Ussery, 2720 Coral
Way. Miami, Dade County. Fla.;
that on the 13th day of July. 11451.
during the legal hours of sale, mainlv
between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the
afternoon, at the front door of A. <),
TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE CO.,
204'.' Ninth Miami Avi-mie. Miami.
Fla the undersigned shall offer for
ale to the highest bidder for cash
|n hand, the above described per-
sonal property as the property of the
lid Lssery. 2720 Coral Way, Miami.
,X>adc ( .unity, Florida.
2^.PATED at Miami Bead, Florida,
.;tbis the 2Sth day of June. 1951.
A. O. TRANSFER AND
Si/29 7/6 WAREH , ff-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,___________________________
tji THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"XIKTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY:
No. 142028
.t r?,'?i?^R OF PUBLICATION
ALFRED C. P. HUGHES. Plaintiff
vs
KTHEL MAY HUGHES. Defendant
TO: KTHEL MAY HUGHES
:90 Fernleigh Avenue
Jflappcrly
Nottingham, England
You are hereby notified that a Bill
.Complaint for Divorce has been
M against you. and you are hereby
BUired to serve a copy of your
t?wer,.to ,he B1" of Complaint on
glntiff s attorney, and file the orlgi-
1 Answer in the office of the Clerk
the Circuit Court, on or before
25 day of July. 1951. otherwise,
allegations of said Bill of Com-
Jnt will be taken as confessed
linst you.
ited this 2.1 day of June. 1931.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
>RGE J. TAI..ANOFF,,U,y *
gorney for Plaintiff
Lincoln Road
|ml Beach. Florida
7/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
.EIN 1437 Carroll Street, Brooklyn"
cw York, are required to serve a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 142068
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROSE GREENSTEIN, Plaintiff
vs
AARON ALLAN GREENSTEIN.
Defendant.
STEIN "A-""N -AL,-tAX GREEN-
Ne '
copy of your Answer to Ihe Bill of
( omplaint for divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney. HAROLD SHAPIRO, V27 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original in the office
of the Clerk of this Court on or be-
fore July 26. 1951. otherwise a De-
creo Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated June 26, 1951.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN.
(Circuit Clerk
Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR..
HAROLD SHAPIRO ^^ ^"^
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/29 7/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
f virtue of Chanter 678 of Florida
JBtlltes Annot.....I I10J1) Woi-A.
housemen and Warehouse Receipts.
wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue oi us wa.....hum lien.
has in its possession the following de-
scribed personal property;
f Used
Desk
. Chair
Blinds
Typist Stand
as Ihe property of O. Olsen. 748V. N.
b 79th Street. Miami, Dade Countv,
Fla.. that on the 13th day of Julv 1931.
Ing the legal hours of sale, mainly
|tween 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the
ernoon. at the front door of A. O.
Y.NSFER AND WAREHOUSE
. 2049 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Florida, the undersigned shall offer
for sale to the highest bidder for cash
in hand the above described personal
property as the property of the said
O. Olsen, 748V4 N. E. 79th Street,
Miami. Dade County, Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach. Florida,
this the 28th day of June. 1951.
A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
7/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 142021
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PAUL COLD, Plaintiff
VI
NORM A GOLD. Defendant
TO: NORMA GOLD,
Defendant
89 Crooks Avenue
.', Rrooklvn, New York
PU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
' of your Answer to the Bill of
plaint, upon Plaintiff's attorney,
fALTKR c. KoVNKlt. 42o Lincoln
Miami Beach, Florida, and file
original in the office of the clerk
the Circuit Court on or before the
I July, a. D 1951: otherwise
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of APEX BUSINESS CARDS at 28
N. E. 14th Street. Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVID MARKS
MARX FABER Wn"
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI BASKFH" CO.. at 150 N. W.
1st Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
P. J. COI.HF'.RT
CLEMENT B. GOODMAN
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Aft irney for Applicants
126 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
[N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ffcSYSHI" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14ft 11
pvN.TICE BY PUBLICATION
FA\ KLAPHOLZ, Plaintiff
vs.
SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ. Defendant.
You. SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ. 17
hchwarzburg S'trasse, Frankfort on
Main. Germany, are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Bill
of Complaint for divorce on plain-
J'C." attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO.
92. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and file the original in the office
of the Clerk of this Court on or be-
fore July 14, 1951. otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED June 14, 1951.
F:. B. LEATHKRMAN.
LEGAL NOTICE
(Circuit
Court Seal) By R.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road "
Miami Beach. Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
Clerk
H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF
6/29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H1:RBI;Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Variety Lounge. Bar and Package
Store at 93 N.W. 1st Street intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
CIVIC BAR. INC.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of F'RF:SHMEADOW FARMS at 6S01
Howard Drive. South Miami, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
RICHARD TITELMAN
WALTER C. KOVNBR
Attorney for
F RESHM EADOW FARMS
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
7/6-13-20-27
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
Statutes Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts.
W.h.eeJ5. A TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its warehouse lien,
has in Its possession the following de-
scribed personal property;
l.'sed
9 Cartons of Yarn
Materials
Shelving
feliow Cases
Chairs. Etc.
as the property of Morrison
1256 Washington Avenue.
Beach, Dade County. Fla.;. that on
the ISth day of July. 1951, during the
legal hours of sale, mainly between
11:00 lorenoon and 2:00 in the after-
noon, at the front door of- A. O
TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE
CO., 2049 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
I lorida, the undersigned shall offer
tor sale to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, the above described
personal property as the property of
the said Morrison Shop, 1264 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach. Dade
County. Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach. Florida,
this the 28th day of June, 1951.
A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
6/29 7/6
Shop.
Miami
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
No. 141778
ORDER FO=* PUBLICATION
WILLIAM BRAGIN, Plaintiff
vs
MARY BRAGIN. Defendant
To: MARY BRAGIN
186-05 Wexford Terrace
Jamaica Estates, New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
(omplaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, and to file the original
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County, Florida >n or before Ihe 13th
day of July, 1951: otherwise the Bill
of Complaint filed herein will be
taken as confessed by vou
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day of June, 1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk Circuit Court
/-. ~ ,fy WM- w- STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Deputy Clerk.
Seal]
Norman r. LYONS
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/15-22-29 7/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,. NOTICE IS HERFiBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
"I ..'l?'."1'"8 u"der the fictitious name
of RELIABLE LINEN SERVICE it
2416 N. W. 7th Court. Miami. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ELLIS ALAN KRUSE
STANLEY KRUSE
IRVING CYPEN, (Owners)
Attorney for Owners
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142052
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROBERT LICE GILBERT, Plaintiff
vs
HELEN MAR.IORIE GILBERT.
Defendai *.
TO: HELEN MARJORIE GILBERT
cA> Shavohuck
General Delivery
Eden, New York
Vou are hereby notified that b Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. JAY BUR-
TON KEYS, :ill Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the rfi. .
of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 29th day of July. 1951.
If you fall to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill or
Complaint.
This notice shall be publish.-:! once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day of June. A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Clerk, Circuit Court,
Court Seal) Dade County. Florida.
By M.C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
JAY BURTON KEYS
Attorney for Plaintiff
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/29 7/6-13-20
Bill
iou.
Ited:
will be taken as confess..d
this 23 day of Jone. A. D..
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of tin- Circuit Com t.
(84*1) By R. II. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of "CATHY and CO.," not incorpor-
ated, at 306 Chamber of Commerce
Building, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
J. J. FR1EDE (sole owner)
KASS, FULLER & CULBREATH
Attorney for CATHY and CO.
6/15-22-29 7/6
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE OF'
J.OSEPH CHOJNACKJ
I cccascd.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I have
filed a final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of tin-
estate of Joseph Chojnackl, deceased;
and that on the 23 day of Julv. 1951. 1
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
F>xecutrix of the estate of Joseph
Chojnackl. deceased.
This 20th day of June. 1931.
/s/ SOPHIA CHOJNACKI
/s/ AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia
Chojnackl. Executrix.
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage I
In business under the fictitious name ;
of DIXIE APARTMENTS at 1111 s
V 5th Street. Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
','; ,? t'Jrcuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
SAM GOLDMAN
ESTHER GOLDMAN
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney for Owners
H"7 Blscayne Blvd.
6/22-24) 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FLAMBEAU APARTMENTS at
1126 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida
BERTHA KASTAN
ANNIE JACOBSTEIN
. .._ _. Bole i rwners,
A.Mi'S BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
" 22-29 7 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WEST FLAGLER LIQUORS, aka.
WEST FLAGLER LIQUOR STORE
at 4600 West Hag lei- Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING ARNOLD
AL LEV1NE
As Sole Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Irving Arnold
and A! I.evinc
6/29 7/6-13-20
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridian so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Miami Webster Company, at 221
N. W. 88th Court. Miami. Fla., in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of, Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT S. BORST,
. Sole Owner.
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
ll:: Congress Building
0/15-22-29 7 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CARLYLE MANORS al 7821 and
7829 Carlylo Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend t-i register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN MANN
____ DAVID SILVERMAN
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFP
Attorney for Applicants.
6 15-22-28 T 8
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE*
PHONE 9-3836
M N.. ad T. MIAMI 32. FLA.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BUSINESS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
SIMON WAXMAN has. as of the 5th
day of June A. D 1951, sold the busi-
ness of the AMERICAN DRY DOCK
AND SALVAGE COMPANY that he
has been conducting at No. 151 North-
west South River Drive, Miami. Dade
County, Florida, to wiliicr c.
MASTERS, JR., who will continue the
said business al the sain.- address;
that simon waxman will not be
responsible for any and all debts in-
curred by the AMERICAN DRV
Dock and SALVAGE COMPANY
after dale of said sale
SIMON waxman. has the author-
ity to demand, receive and settle for
all del.is. claims, and obligations due
the undersigned and he will pay on
receipt of invoices or other notices,
.ill lawful obligations owing by the
said SIMON WAXMAN on account
of the said business up to and in-
cluding the 4th day of June, A, D.,
1951.
SIMON WAX.MAX.
ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for American Dry Dock
& Salvage Company
710 Seybold Building:
Miami 82, Florida
6 15-22-29 7 .;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 141898
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARION NEWMAN. Plaintiff
vs.
max nkwman. Defendant
TO:MAX NEWMAN
6;>4 West lfiist Street
New Yolk, New York
You ar.- hereby notified that a Bill
or Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, chf:rtKof'
AND KALISH, 607-608 Olympla Build-
ing. Miami, Florida, and file the
Noriginal Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ISth day of
July. 1951. If you fall to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Comolaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDFIRED at Miami.
Florida, this mth dav of June, A. D.
1961.
f:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida
By WM. W. BTOCKING.
(Circuit Court Seal) Denutv Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
807-608 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
6/22-29 7 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE COMFORT SHOP at SI73
N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register Buid name ltd the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade-
County, Florida.
IRVING KELTON
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI SHORES FIVE AND TEN
CENT DEPARTMENT STORE at
9">31 and 9535 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Shores. Dade County. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH FOGELMAN
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant.
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CINEMA BARBER SHOP al 1214
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said naniS
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
PETER REMICCI.
I nvner.
SAMUEL RUBIN
Attorney fo;- Owner.
6 29 7/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY
No. 141703
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HARRIET ANN MARTIN. Plaintiff.
vs.
MELVIN MARTIN. Defendant.
TO: MELVIN MARTIN
721 North Carolina Avenue, S. E.
Washington, D. c.
YOUARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer on the
plaintiff's attorney, and file the oi -
nal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the nth
day ,.f July, 1951, in default of which
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against vou.
Dated this 11th dav of June 1951
,,, K. B. LEATHERMAN,
isl-.AL) Clerk of the Circuit Coutt
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF'
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
6/15-22-29 7/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. FLORIDA
COMMON LAW
No. 25417-D
NOTICE TO APPEAR
RENZO ABBONDANDOLO, also
known as It. ABBON DANDOLO,
Plaintiff
vs
kstei.i.a M. GANYARD, Defendant
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
It appearing that the law in such
eases made and provided has been
complied with in the above entitled
cans.', the title of which sai.l ...il-
ls hereby made a part hereof as
though fully set forth herein, entitl-
ing the Plaintiff, RENZO ABBON-
DANOLO. etc. to a Notice to appear
d to you. the Defendanti ks-
tei.i.a M. GANYARD.
Now. THEREFORE, YOU, E8-
TELLA M. GANYARD. the Defend-
ant in said cause, whose age is over
21 yens, non-residenl of the state of
Florida, ar.- hereby notified, ordered
and required to file your appearance
in said cause or preceedltigs on or
before the 13th day of July, 1951,
otherwise default will be entered
against you.
The nature of said cause or pro-
eel dings against you is a suit for real
estate commission instituted by at-
tachment, Tin- description of the real
property proceeded against is:
Lot In in Block 1"" NORTH.
DADE COUNTY, CITY oK MI-
AMI. FLORIDA, as set out In
the Public records of Dade County,
1 loi da.....mmonly known as the
I-ORT KNOX HOTEL, together
with thi- furnishings therein con-
tained.
it is further ordered thai this Order
be published once a week for l con-
secutive weeks in The Jewish Flor-
idian, .i ii. n spapi i published In .-. I I
Countv and State
WITNESS my hand and Official
s-al of this Court, this 13th day ol
June, 1051.
E B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Dade County Cir-
cuit Court
By wm. w. stocking.
Denutv Cletk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/15-22-29 7/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF*
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 141968
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
BERTHA 8. AULTHOUSE. plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES AULTHOUSE, Defendant.
TO: CHARLES AULTHOUSE
4112 Laurel Avenue
Merchantvllle. New Jersey
You are hereby ordered and required
to serve a copy of your answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a COPS
of which is enclosed herewith, on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the origi-
nal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
on or before the 20th day of Julv.
1951, otherwise the allegations of said
Bill will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED. June 21. 1951.
' V. B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal) By M. C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL .7. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
l-ir.7 i llympls l tuildlng
Miami 32. Florida.
6 29 7 6-13-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRESCRIPTION HEALTH SHOP
AND LENDING LIBRARY at 1327
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said namo
with the clerk of the circuit Court
Ol \>.\>\< Countv, Florida.
N ATI 1 A N SI 11 STEP. V AN
NORMA SI 1 LSI-1'.R.MAN
6 29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE No 26137
In Re: ESTATE OF
GERSHON AUGUST
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons II iv-
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are herebj
notified and required t-- present
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have againsl the
estate of GERSHON AUGUST, de-
c. as.,I late of Miami, D.ole r>
Florida, to the Hon. w. F, BLAN-
T< 'V iVuntv Judge of l lade C intv.
and file the same in his office in tho
ty Courthouse In I >ade Coui
da, within eight calendar i
from the date of the first publication
:.' Said ei inns .>: demands to
n the lei ess of tho
ani nd to be sworn to and pi e-
- ted as af.ues.Dd. or same
bam i
Date .Line 11th. A. D. 1951.
Ii VRRY AUGUST
LoUIS AUGUST
As Executors ol I
Last Will and Testa-
ment of GERSHON
AUGUST. Deceased.
DAVID A. FRANK
Attorney for Executors
403-6 Olympla Bldg.
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FMAY. JULY 6. 1951
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PAGE 11-B
UGJLL NOTICE
N0ICE OF
HE
F
en
I i
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
IH HKltKIIY GIVEN that
of Chanter 67S of Florida
Annotated (1941). Wari-
and Warehouse Receipts.
A. O. TRANSFER AMI
' aJJ_HOUSE CO.. a Florida corpora-
virtue of It* warehouse lien.
I_its posses?Ion the followiiiK de-
personal property:
ed
k
jili.r
net Doors
tldoWS
Kirs. Etc.
property of Usse,ry, 2720 Coral
Way. Miami, l>.nl.' County. Fla.;
that on the nth day of July. 1951.
during the local hours of sale, niainlv
MB 11.cm) forenoon and 2:00 In the
afte ^Bp. at the fronl door of A <>
' nri.'l: AND WAHEHOl'SK CO.,
. Brth Miami Avenue. Miami.
I-"In., Ht undersigned shall offer for
the highest bidder for cash
'<^H. the above described pel -
'' 'Bopiriv an the property of the
serv. 2720 Coral Way. Miami.
DadaA}iint\. Florida
b at Miami Beach. Florida,
K 2Jth day of June, 1951.
A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 14206B
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROSE grek.Nktei.N. Plaintiff
VM
AARON ALLAN GREENSTEIN,
Defendant,
Y""- AARON ALI^AN GRBEN-
ST1-.IN 1(37 Carroll Street, Brooklyn,
New York, are required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Hill of
< omplalnt for divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 27 Lin-
coln Road. Miami lleach. Florida,
and file the original In the office
of the Clerk of this Court on
fore July 26. 1951. otherwise
creo Pro Confessu will be
against you.
Dated June 26,
E. B.
(Circuit
Court Seal)
or be-
,i I i. -
entered
1951
LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiffs Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
6/29 7/6-13-20

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
DA IN AND FOR DADE
NTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142028
R OF PUBLICATION
C. P. HUGHES. Plaintiff
MAY HUGHES. Defendant
EL MAY HUGHES
eigh Avenue
ham. England
hereby notified that a Bill
hint for Divorce has been
list you, and you are hereby
to serve a copy of your
Bo the Bill of Complaint on
attorney, and file the orlgl-
in the office of the Clerk
trcult Court, on or before
of July. 1951, otherwise,
times of said Bill of Com-
be taken as confessed
u.
Is 25 day of June. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. Jit,
Deputy Clerk.
J. TALIANOFF
Ifor Plaintiff
Rond
h. Florida
-20
B
OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Of Chanter 679 of Florida
lArcot-'* "t dill). Ware.
[ and Warehouse Receipts,
A O. TRANSFER AND
Bfi rn., a Florida corpora-
nu,- oi ics cciii'iimiM' nen,
possession the following de-
rsonal property:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of APEX BUSINESS CARDS at 2K
N. E. 14th Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID MARKS
Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
6/2 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI BASKET CO.. at 150 N. W.
1st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
P. J. COLBERT
CLEMENT B. GOODMAN
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141811
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FAY KLAPHOLZ, Plaintiff
vs.
SAMUEL KLAPHOI-Z. Defendant.
You. SAMUEL KLAPHOLZ. 17
Sohwarzburg S'trasse. Frankfort on
Main, Germany, are required to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Bill
or Complaint for divorce on plaln-
!''-' ". attorney. HAROLD SHAPIRO.
92i Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, ami file the original In the office
of the Clerk of this Court on or be-
fore July 14, 1951. otherwise a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED June 14, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit
Court Seal)
By R. H
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
Clerk
RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in luisiiiess under the fictitious name
of Variety -lounge. Bar and Package
Store at 93 N.W. 1st Street intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
thfl Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CIVIC BAR. INC,
MYERS, H El MAN a. KAPLAN
'Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seyhold Bldg.
7/6-13-20-27
Blind
Typist
Stand
perty of O. Olsen. 748^4 N.
treet. Miami. Dade County,
on the 1.1th day of July 1951.
legal hours of sale, mainly
1:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the
at the front door of A. O.
CR AND WAREHOUSE
porth Miami Avenue Miami.
he undersigned shall offer
the highest bidder for rush
e above described personal
las the property of the said
748 4 N. E. 79th Street,
ade County, Florida,
at Miami Beach. Florida,
. this, tklh day of June. 1951.
T A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
8/ ; i
-C
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IA IN AND FOR DADE
TY. IN CHANCERY.
No 142022
|CE BY PUBLICATION
J). Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |8 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FRENHMEADOW HUMS at iMH
Howard Drive. South Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
RICHARD TITELMAN
WALTER C. KOVNBR
Attorney for
l-RESH MEADOW FARMS
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
Statutes Annotated 11941). Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.. a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of its warehouse lien,
has In Its possession the following de-
scribed personal property:
Used
9 Cartons of Yarn
Materials
Shelving
Show Cases
Chairs. Etc.
as the property of Morrison Shop.
1256 Washington Avenue. Miami
lleach. Dade County. Fla.;. that on
the ISth day of July. 1951, during the
legal hours of sale, mainly between
11:00 lorenoon and 2:00 In the after-
noon, at the front door of- A. o.
TRANSFER AND WAREHOUSE
CO.. 2049 North Miami Avenue. Miami.
I lorlda. the undersigned shall offer
r -ale to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, the above described
personal property as the property <>f
the said Mi rrlson Shop. 1256 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach. Dade
County. Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida,
this the 2Mh day of June. 1951.
A. O. TRANSFER AND
WAREHOUSE CO.
6/29 7/6
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RE: ESTATE OK
JOSEPH CHOJNACKI
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereto given that I have
filed a final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of tin-
estate of Joseph c'iiojnarKi. deceased
and that on the 23 day of July. 1931. 1
will apply to the Honorable W. F
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval Of said
final report and for final discharge as
Bexecutris of the estate of Joseph
ChoJnacki, deceased.
This 20th day of June. 1951.
1*1 SOPHIA CHOJNACKI
/s/ AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Sophia
Chojnackl. Executrix.
6 22-29 7/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
No. 141778
ORDER FO=* PUBLICATION
WILLIAM BRAG1N, Plaintiff
MAIlYliHACIN. Ilefendant
To: MART RRAGIN
IS6-05 Wexford Terrace
Jamaica Estates. New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, and to file the original
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County. Florida >n or before the 13th
day of July. 1951: otherwise the Bill
of complaint filed herein win be
taken as confessed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, tills 13th
day of June. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court
By WM. \V STOCKING.
(Circuit Court Deputy Clerk.
Bee I)
NORMAN R. LYONS
910 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/15-22-29 7/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RELIABLE LINEN BERVICE, at
2416 N. W. 7th Court, Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ELLIS ALAN KHUSK
STANLEY KRUSE
IRVING OYPEN. (Owners,
Attorney for Owners
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DIXIE APARTMENTS at lilt S
W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I >ade County.
Hot-Ida.
SAM GOLDMAN
ESTHER GOLDMAN
MICHAEL M. I8ENBERG
Attorney for Owners.
1407 Biscay ne Blvd.
6 22-89 7 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 1-12052
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Robert lee GILBERT, Plaintiff
VI
HELEN MARJORIE GILBERT.
Defendant
TO: HELEN MARJORIE GILBERT
c/o Shavc-lun -k
General Delivery
Eden, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
I'leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. JAY BUR-
TON KEYS. 311 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the orlsi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the office.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 29th day of July. 1951.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against vnu for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall lie published >nee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day of June. A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Clerk, Circuit Court.
Court Seal) Dade County. Florida.
By M.C. FEIOE,
IMsputy Clerk.
JAY BURTON KEYS
Attorney for Plaintiff
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6/2S 7/6-13-20
RJ
>LD. Defendant
,\ col.P.
tent
ike Avenue
New York
REQUIRED to serve a
Bur Answer to the Bill of
upon Plaintiffs attorney,
< KOVNER, 1X0 Lincoln
Beach, Florida, and file
n the office of the Clerk
Court on or before the
. A. D 1951: otlii-t-u is.
be taken as confessed
B. LEATHERMAN.
irk of the Circuit Com t
By It. II. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
ENTION
BTORNEYS!
Th wish Florldlan so-
HdtBoa legal notice*.
K appreciate your
I Ptoago and auaran-
hccurate service at
< rates. Phone 2-1141
Messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU$
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of "CATHY and CO.," not incorpor-
ated, at 306 Chamber of Commerce
Building. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
J. J. FR1EDE (sole owner)
K'ASS, FULLER & CULUREATH
Attorney for CATHY and CO.
6/15-22-29 7/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the- undersigned, desiring to engage-
in business under the fictitious name
ot FLAMBEAU APARTMENTS at
1128 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
I >acle c bounty, Florida.
BERTHA KASTAN
ANNIE JACOB8TEIN
Sole Owners
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorn.-\ for Applicants
t. 22-2!' 7 6-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WEST FLACLER LIQUORS, aka.
WEST FLAGLER LIQUOR STORE
at 4600 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
IRVING ARNOLD
A I, LEV INF.
As Sole Owners
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Irving Arnold
and A! Levtne
6/29 7/6-1.1-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Miami Webster Company, at 221
N. W. 88th Court. -Miami, Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT 8. BollST,
Sole owner.
I. R. MATERS
Attorney for Applicant
41:1 Congress Building
6/15-22-29 7 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY given thai
the undersigned, desiring to c tigag.-
in business under the fictitious name
of CARLYLE MANORS it 7821 and
7823 Carlylc Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend t" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
BENJAMIN MANN
DAVID B1LVERMAN
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicants.
6/15-22-29 7 6
NOTICE OF SALE OF BUSINESS
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
SIMON WAXMAN has. as of the 5th
day of June A. D 1951. sold the busi-
ness of the AMERICAN DRY DOCK
AND SALVAGE COMPANY that he
has been conducting at No. 151 North-
west South River Drive, Miami. Dade
Countv. Florida. to WILBUR C.
MASTERS, JR., who will continue Un-
said business at the- same address;
that 8IMON WAXMAN will not be
responsible for any ami all debts In-
curred by tin- AMERICAN DRY
DOCK AND 8ALVAOE COMPANY
after date of said tale.
SIMON WAXMAN. has the author-
ity to demand, receive ami settle for
ail debts, claims, and obligations due
the undersigned and in- will pas on
receipt of Invoices or other notices,
all lawful obligations owing by the
said SIMON w'.wman on account
of the said business up to and In-
cluding the 4th day of June, A. D.,
I'.C'.l.
SIMON WAXMAN.
ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for American Dry Dock
,v Salvage 'ompany
Tin Beybold Building
Miami 82, Florida
' 1 i-22-2t 7 6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 141898
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARION NEWMAN, Plaintiff
max newman. Defendant
TO MAX NEWMAN
654 West lfilst Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are reciuir.-d
to serve a OOPy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. CHERTKoF
AND KALISII. 807-888 Olympia Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the
Noriginal Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of
July. 1951 If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Comnlaint.
,Th)s notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of June. A. D.
1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court, Dade
Countv. Florida
By WM W STOCKING,
tcircult Court Beat) Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISII
Attorneys for Plaintiff
807-808 Olympia Building
Miami. F'orida
8/22-29 7'6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE COMFORT SHOP at SI73
N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
IRVING KELT' >N
6/29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI SHORES FIVE AND TEN
CENT DEPARTMENT STOP.!'. at
9581 and }535 N E 2nd Avenue, Miami
shores. Dade county, Florida. Intends
to icgist.-r said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad, County.
Florida.
JOSEPH I'OGELMAN
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant.
8 19 7/6-18-20
TUN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
X&! 3S>^ N. C fee ST MIAMI 31. FLA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY
No. 141703
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HARRIET ANN -MARTIN, Plaintiff.
MEI.VIN MARTIN. Defendant.
TO MELVIN MARTIN
724 North Carolina Avenue. S. E.
Washington. l> c.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill for Divorce bai been filed
I you and you an
serve a copy of your Answer on the
plaintiffs attorney, and rile the origi-
nal in the office ot the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the nth
day of July, 1911, In default of which
the Bill of Complain 1 will be taken
as ronfc Insl you.
Dated this 11th day of June. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
6/15-22-29 7/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
COMMON LAW
No. 25417-D
NOTICE TO APPEAR
RENZO ABBO.NDANDOLO, also
known as it. ABBON DANDOLO,
Plaintiff
vs
ESTEI.I.A M G AN YARD, Defendant
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
It appearing that the law in such
Cases made ami provided has be, n
complied with In the above entitle,l
cause, the title of which said cause
is hereby made a part hereof as
thoush fully set forth herein,
Ins the Plaintiff, RENZO ABBON-
DANOLO, etc. to a Notice to appear
directed to you, the Defendant, ES-
TEI.I.A M OANYARD,
NoW. THEREFORE, Veil'. E8-
TELLA M GANTARD, the Defend-
ant in said cause, whose ase is over
21 years, non-resident of the state of
Florida, in-.- hereby notified, ordered
and required to file your appearance
ii .I cause or proceedings on or
bef..... the ISth clay of July, 1951.
otherwise default will be entered
asalnst you.
The nature Of said cause or pro-
ceedings against \ ou is a suit for leal
estate commission instituted by at-
tachment Th. description of the real
property proceeded against Is:
Lot 10 In Block put NORTH,
DADE COFNTT, CITY OP MI-
AMI. FLORIDA, as set out in
ttie Public r......tils of Dad.- County.
i ot da, rommonly known as the
TcKT KNOTS Hotel, together
with the lutii sliinns therein eon-
tain, d.
It is further ordered that this Order
be published once a week for I con-
1 weeks In The Jewish Flor-
ldlan, a newspaper published in said
CounD and State
WITNESS my hand and Official
seal of this Court, this llth day of
June. 1051.
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Dade County Cir-
cuit Court
By WM W STOCKING.
Deputy Cletk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
910 Olympia Bids.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/15-22-29 7/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CINEMA BARBER SHOP at 1214.
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the clerk c,f the Circuit Court
of Dade Count*. Honda.
PETEP. REMT'il.
I > tier.
SAMUEL BIBIN
Attorney fo. owner.
I 29 7/8-18-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 141968
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
BERTHA S. AULTHOUSE, plaintiff
chari.es AULTHOUSE Defendant.
TO: CHARLES AULTH0U8E
4112 Laurel Avenue
Merchantvllle, New Jersey
You are hereby ordered and required
tt, serve a Copy of your ansuer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a copy
of which Is enclosed herewith, ont
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the origi-
nal in the office of the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
on or b.-fore the 20th clay of July.
1851, otherwise the allegations of said
Bill will b.- taken as confessed by
you.
DATED. Juno 21. 1951.
' E. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit iourt
(Seal) By M C FEIOE
Deputy !li rk.
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorn,\ for Plaintiff
1 11.7 Olympia Building
Miami 32. Florida.
6 29 7 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgmed, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRESCR11TION HEALTH 8HOP
AND LENDING LIBRARY at 1527
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
ntltl-j Florida, intend to register said i
with th
.-: Dadi
I 29
iMerit of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
NATHAN" SH I STEP. VAN
NORMA 8HU8TERMAN
/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE No 26137
In Re: ESTATE OF
GER8HI IN AUGUST
l ffirnssod
To All Creditors and All Person! H IV-
ing Claims or Demands As i nst
Saul Estate:
Ton, and each of you. are hSJ
notified and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of vou, may have againsl the
estate of GERSHON AUGUST, de-
. aaed late of Miami, llade '
Florida, to the Hon. W. F, BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
and : le the same in his office In the
i nty Courthouse in I'ade Coui
da, within eight calendar months
from the dat.- of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
n the l< gal address of I he
iant and to be > ot n to and
-. '-i as aforesaid, or same wilt be
ban i d
Date June llth, A. D. 1951
II \RKY AUGUST
LOUIE AUGUST
As Executors of the
Last Will and Test i-
ment of GERSHON
AUGUST, Deceased.
DAVID A. FRANK
Attorney for Executors
403-6 Olympia Bldg.
6/15-22-29 7/6


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