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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ufti Plot
h's Assassination Totters
East, Israel Takes Dim View
...
Rain Curtails
Hendrix Speech
Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee,
self-styled grand dragon of the
Southern Knights of the Ku Klux
Klan. will more than likely try
for a return speaking engagement
in Jacksonville.
A heavy downpour broke up
his speech Saturday night at
Hemming Park less than five
minutes after he began.
Between You And Me
Jewish Agency Tops Congress Agenda
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ZIONIST AFFAIR: As the
American delegates to the World
Zionist Congress are beginning to
leave for Israel, the details of
13 per cent less than in the prev-
ious year when they spent more
than two million dollars. They
irclude The American Academy
for Jewish Research. the
I the demands which they will pre- Yiddish Scientific Institute
A crowd of 400 persons turned I sent in Jerusalemin connection
out to hear the Klan leader, who
was introduced by Edgar W.
Waybright. Sr.. chairman of the
Duval County Democratic Com-
mittee.
Hendrix launched his speech by
announcing that he had been try-
ing to speak in Jacksonville "for
a long time" but had "trouble
, getting a permit from your
mayor."
Prior to the meeting, the Klans-
men staged a motorcade. There
w ere 50 cars occupied by men
wearing robes and white open-
faced hoods. No one attired in
1 robes was see.-, at the rally, how-
: ever.
with the request for a charter for
the Jewish Agencyare becom-
ing clearer. All delegates, no
matter to which wing of the Zion-
ist movement they belong, agree
that while the Israel Government
(YIVO). the Conference on Jew-
ish Relations, the American Jew-
ish Historical Society. Com-
bined expenditures of these four
research organizations were a-
bout S200.000 last year. Sug-
I gestions have been made that
cannot be expected to transfer to Jewish research might be made
the Agency any governmental mre effective through the es-
functions. it is essential, never- tablisbmeM of a central facili-
theless, that it should endow the ty. The objection to such an
Agency with wide functional approach on the part of some of
powers and give it a special stat- the ;'- < >* involved is that re-
us. This, thev sav, should be (search is intimately related to
done bv act of the Israel Parlia-! and cannot be divorced from
merit which must provide that: I their specific programs. YIVO
1. The Jewish Agency is author- M on record as tavonng unifica-
ized to operate in other parts of tmn of Jewish research efforts
t- NEW''-'I
rab ruler
dinewto
5r*
(AJP)The only
ho has shown any
al realistically with
ad this week. vieN
;sassi nation which
eats to the shaky
e of the Moslem
iding Israel,
as shot and killed
d the Mosque of
Old City of Jeru-
he had annexed
EThe murder was the
Middle East Arab
ten days. It set
tension throughout
was viewed in some
>f a plot by the
ind Mufti of Jer-
grab power in the
tension-ridden Mid-
Brces speculated on
effects of the slay-
1. Since the Jordan
Arab Palestine, the
r between the Jew-
the Arab nations is
assassination victim
tr Lebanese Prem-
-Sohl, also killed
ter a visit with Ab-
British-led Arab
among the partici-
i BA:ab invasion of Is-
aeL but
Jordan leader was
i the Arab League
de it plain he was
athy with demands
round against Is-
Jved the news of Ab-
pder with deep re-
cunning and skillful
Blocks
For Rod
Rally
_M EW Brk (AJP)- The
'.' Jnient refused to grant
mmunist Youth del-
rd for the Third
al of Youth and Su-
"cace and scheduled
Berlin on August 5,
1 ^Bst news service re-
disclosed this week.
^H ^k service, Telepress,
'' Wir. Prague, Czecho-
uoted Kol Haam
Be People), the organ
li Communist Party,
f I L.lhat "this steP was
-------'-^feen-Gurion's govern-
|ted with the British
n ambassadors."
of the Reds urged
ent "to cancel its
Becision." "The voice
youth fighting for
^gainst the remilitar-
ermany must be
Communist paper
ording to Telepress.
H
f law
>eaee an
lei
enemy in battle, the Moslem
chieftain was perhaps the only
realistic powerful figure in the
Arab world insofar as recognition
of, Israel was concerned. Jordan
signed a truce with Israel in Ap-
ril, 1949, second only to the
Egyptians in battle. Abdullah's
Arab Legion constituted the only
Arab force to achieve any decis-
ive gains over the Israelis in their
War for Independence.
Foreign observers linked Abdul-
lah's death to the acttivities of
Haj Amin El-Husseini. a Nazi col-
laborator and mastermind of
Aiab riots against Palestine's
Jews in. the 1920-30s. The ex-
Multi was last rumored dicker-
ing with the Soviet Union while
on a recent visit to Pakistan.
Prime factor in linking the ex-
Mufti to Abdullah's murder was
the link between the late ruler's
assassin, 21-year-old Jerusalem
Moslem tailor Mustafa Shukry
Ashsho, who held membership
in the sabotage corps of the un-
derground terrorist group Sacred
Struggle Organization, an ex-
tremist movement headed by a
cousin of the ex-Mufti.
Abdullah, the only Arab leader
of any status opposed to contin-
ued warfare against Israel, stood
, in the path of the ex-Mufti and
other extremists bent on a so-
called "second round". His death
apparently left the balance of
power in the Moslem Middle East
in the hands of the fanatical
Arab League effendis.
A dispute over Abdullah's suc-
cessor as leader of Transjordan
and perahps more important, its
crack British-trained Arab Leg-
ion, appeared almost certain. His
titular successor should be Prince
Tallal, but the prince, suffering
from a nervous ailment, was side-
stepped, at least temporarily, by
I the appointment of Prince Naif,
Abdullah's second son, reported-
I ly favored by the late king as a
Is- successor.
Tallal is known to have bitterly
1 opposed his late father's friendly
: policies toward Britain and the
i State of Israel and reportedly was
I inclined to follow the more fanat-
I ical fringe of the Arab League
; which endorsed a new invasion
of the Jewish State.
Ex-Nazi Brasshat's
Rumored U.S. Tour
Stirs Up Concern
NEW YORK (AJP) A col-
1 umnist's report that the ex-Nazi
[financial genius. Dr. Hjalmar
ISchacht, planned, an American
I next fall sent a number of Jew-
I Jewish organizations scurrying
! for further data this week.
Disclosure that such a lecture
tour was under consideration was
made by Broadway columnist
Danton Walker this week.
Keller Appointed
Chest Chairman
James I. Keller, Jr., accountant,
was appointed this week as cam-
paign chairman of the Commun-
ity Chest of Dade County, Sam
H. McCormick, chest president
announced.
the- world without being controll-
ed or supervised by the Israel
Government. 2. It is free of
government control in its finan-
cial affairs, although subject to
such matters as exchange con-
trol. 3. It has the right to oper- oxncnditures in 1950 were about
ate in any part of Israel through $170,000. The Histadruth Iv-
Prelimirary talks among some
of the agencies involved have
been undertaken recently. In-
cidentally, of the four research
organizations which spent S200.-
000, YIVO is the largest. Its
nth, which promotes the knowl-
edge of Hebrew language and
Hebrew culture in the United
States, spent during the same
year about $180,000. which is
y part of Israel through
its own agencies and subsidiaries
or in cooperation with other
groups as well as the Israel Gov-
ernment. 4. It is tax exempt,
and is authorized to receive tax-
free gifts and bequests. 5. Ma- | seven per cent less than the prev-
Keller, who has a long record terials imported by it for its own >ous year. The sharpest de-
; of community service, will soon purposes should be free of cus- crease occurred for the Jewish
select other top leaders and be- toms and other levies. 6. It is LChautauqua Society, which pro-
gin mapping plans for the 1952 recognized by the Israel Govern- i vides lectures on Jewish history.
campaign. ment as the sole colonizing agen- literature and philosophy to aud-
cy, entitled to organize immigra- iences in universities, colleges
tion into Israel and to help the and summer camps. Its ex-
immigrants settle there and be- pensrs last year were S85.000
come established in agriculture, compared with $103,000 m 1940.
industry and the trades. 7. It
is also recognized by the govern- FAMILY AFFAIRS: The unique
ment as the sole agency entitled family solidarity found in Jew-
to provide for the welfare of the ish homes has long been a sub-
newcomers and their mainten- jeet of interest among students
JCA Recognizes
Employees1 Union
The board of directors of the
Jewish Centers Association at a
recent meeting voted to recognize
1 the newly formed Jewish Centers
I Association Employees Union as
| the organized agent of the em-
of sociology. It has beer, es-
tablished by noted sociologists
that family life, even in modern
times, is more cohesive among
ance during the period of their
absorption and adjustment. .
8. All the functions authorized
in behalf of, and recognition giv-
ployees. This recognition was ] en to, the Jewish National Fund Jews than among any other peo-
grantcd providing that it would and the Keren Hayesod shall be pic. What makes Jewish fam-
not affect any employee that did vested in the Jewish Agency, as ily life click? ... An answer to
not belong to the union and the parent body of both. Which this question can be found in
of these demands will be accept- Marriage and th- Jewish Tra-
able to the Israel Government re- dition" just published bv the
mains to be seen, but there is no Philosophical Library. It is a
doubt that they will be the center [collection of essays by prominent
of discussion at the Zionist Con- ; Jewish sociologists and educa-
gress. .i tors dealing with the Jewish phil-
osophy of familv living, edited
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: Twelve hy tarley R. Brav. The book
secular cultural agencies, which I will be read with great interest
appeal to the Jewish welfare by all those who are core'erned
funds for support, spent about with the ideal marriage as the
$1,828,000 last year. This is : foundation of the family. .
would guarantee them the same
privileges.
An election was hold on July
19 at the Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, at which time employ-
ees voted in favor of representa-
tion by the JCA employees union
as their collective bargaining
agent.
The creation of the union has
come about, according to JCA
officers, because of "lack of a
unilied personnel code and prac-
tices" by the agencies during a
general retrenchment program
necessitated by lack of funds. The
JCA comprising the leisure time
agencies in the Greater Miami
JDC Aided One Out Ten Jeutt in
22 Countries Overseas in 1950
More than one of every ten age homes; educational aid to
Jews living in over 20 countries ( 102.190; and vocational and re-
area, which includes the Beach Y, .outside the Western Hemisphere construction assistance to 49,590.
the Miami Jewish Community | received the direct welfare aid of JDC receives the funds for its
Center and the outlying extension the Joint Distribution Committee overseas programs from the Unit-
activities, receives its funds from during 1950, in addition to tens ed Jewish Appeal.
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder- of thousands of others who re-
ason's Combined Jewish Appeal ceived JDC emigration assistance,
which this year failed to reach its
quota. All of the participting
agencies received reductions in
their allocations which necessi-
tated reductions of staff.
the fifth annual edition of the
JDC Statistical Abstract, pub-
lished this week, reveals.
JDC provided relief, medical
aid. welfare and other assistance
Union representatives stated to some 284,000 men, women and
that "this action is caused by children in 22 countries of Eur-
general unrest and dissatisfaction i ope, Africa and Asia, the study
on the part of the staffs because | indicates, out of an estimated
of wholesale dismissals, increased ] Jewish population in those areas
job responsibilities, freezing of | of 2,618 130.
salaries and other injustices." It
is further stated that the union's
basic objectives are the protection
of its workers and the continu-
ance of program services to the
community.
An emergency mass meeting
was held Wednesday evening at
! the Miami Jewish Community
In addition. JDC aided 174.-
917 to emigrate to new homes,
the vast majority of them to
Israel, with smaller numbers
leaving for the United States.
Australia. Canada and Latin
America.
The Abstract notes also that
between May 15. 1948. the date
of the establishment of the
State of Israel, and December
31. 1950. JDC aided some 444-
062 Israel-bound emigrants, or
86 of the total emigration in-
to the Jewish state during that
period. The largest number of
the new Israelis. 167.296. came
from Moslem countries, with
Eastern Europe providing 149.-
923 and the DP countries I Ger-
many. Austria and Italy; the
source of 97,313.
Among the outstanding post-
war achievements of the JDC,
major Ameiican agency aiding
distressed Jews abroad, the Ab-
stract indicates, was the ship-
ment to needv survivors over-
Other recipients of JDC aid
included: 48,350 children, includ- seas of some 220,771,198 pounds
Center to discuss the present ing 9,190 boys and girls in 101 i of purchased ard contributed sup-
situation and literature for this! orphanages and other institu- plies, including more than 176.-
meeting went out under the spon- tions; 80,400 who received med- 000.000 pounds of food and more
sorship of "Emergency Commit- I ical care and treatment; 3,920 than 25,000,000 pounds of cloth-
lee of Jewish Center Members." aged men and women in 46 old- ing.


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p wen u! I not h full powei I .-.-
it express vations being mad. : payment
ation getting mor,
An-. ican reply 1 Is ems to have been given in I
Truman's message I which paved the waj ti I W
endence.
The Defense Department is ery anxious ler smooth coopera-
tion with Germany and the mobilization of German troops as soon
as this can li achieved. Representatives of our government have
been talkir.g with Nazi General Heinz Guderian who was Acting
Chief of Staff of Hitler's army. Gen. Guderian bis said that re-
ports of gas chambers were atrocity stories against the Germans,
set afloat with Jewish thorough!, iss." While we are busy making
arrangements with such generals it is naturally difficult for us to
discuss the legal and moral background of the Jewish reparations
claim.
Washington has to make a choice between German react
and the rest of. Europe. The rest of Europe is
to Communism beca >ur support of the nation which &
: ;.. gn r. : people. President T. ..
: pitiful letti over Europe. These letters
policy of rel uildir.g German n I
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High Commissioner McCoy is so busy trying to bring about
the revival ci Gorman military power he apparently can't find
time to :-'ad his own Fifth Q-arterly Report on Germany. The
report saiJ: Many busir.ess men hoi&.ng important posts were
once memba:s of the Nazi Party. Millions of former Nazis are
re-emplcyed. most of them in their former vocetions." While this
liport was in the mails, McClcy said in a speech that ". you may
read in ycur paper about some dogcatcher or minor official who
is a forme.- Nazi, but you won't find any former Nazis at the
top His HICOG report, however, clearly slated thst "it is true
lhat there are many former Nazis in public positions."
G< thinkini it providii
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fade by, ever lengthening the hiatus
|ld the 19th century, the then Temple
jm Judaism seems more phantom than
precedes into limbo we don't know
Kte or pity him. Hated passionately he
tl ^fcneration that emigrated out of East-
iiropi H3ut Freudian principles bid us under-
and H^s excuse the behavior of those who
He the compelling spurs of their own
UsR AWARENESS
]lj Blast European stock, the Reform Rabbi
A Reform Rabbi Of The Past Century
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ntirelj
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|00 conscious of the social cleavage
arsonage and the newly arrived, Yid-
'grcenhorns." (The term kike was not
Inwardly insecure, he outdid his
heaping scorn and ridicule upon the
mg so hard to earn a living, to edu-
ren to become Americanized. Pro-
Ce of Yiddish he was careful to muti-
ew with an Anglo-Saxon twist lest
iation betray his Galician Lithu-
anian origin.
ELSAS
an born, Barnett A. Elsas of Charles-
rchetype of this tribe. An agnostic
stern culture he had neither faith in
ove for Judaism. Only the need of
ly could induce such men to enter
Conscious perhaps of his false posi-
as studied medicine and obtained his
however, attempting to practice. He
Yom Kippur to scoff at the "up-
earing phylacteries at morning serv-
ng the intricate Kosher cult. Du
;c 'lenient, he would frequently order
and enter his study. The parishioners
aningful glances, knowing his weak-
g a >\vig.
1IF.S
duties and scant amusements in a
of the gay nineties. Dr. Elsas must
.e dragging snail fashion. Out of
bably, he began researching into the
Jewish past of Charleston. His findings were pub-
,1 in the Sun turns of the News and
Courier. These articles incorporated in book form,
were in 190.") published under the mandi
The Jews of South Carolina from the Earliest Titnet
to the Present Day.
HIS PREJUDICES
The supercilious attitude of the Rabbi-physician-
historian can be gleaned from the following excerpt
out of his book on page 261. "A Polish congregation
was organized in Charleston as early as 1857. T'r.
this element of the community now far outnum-
bers the older element, it has had no history, com-
munal or otherwise, worth recording. It has never
had a leader and bids fair to continue in its present
condition."
Evidently the term Polish sounded more dispar-
aging than Orthodox. With a little questioning, the
historian could have ascertained that membership
in Brith Shalom was made up of emigrants from
Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary, Latvia, Roumania, Bes-
sarabia and White Russia. Actually the minority
Polish group seceded in 1911 and formed Beth Israel
Synagogue because they felt an affront in the sup-
posedly growing secularism.
This indiscriminate grouping of all Orthodoxy as
Polish is in the tradition of the anti-Semite who
classifies all Jews in a single category regardless
of differences in education, environment, character,
economic and social backgrounds. To the social
minded Rabbi of the period Reform represents
aristocracy, while Orthodox is plebeian made con-
spicuous by the uncouth dialect of the gesticulating
Polish Jew.
BETH ELOHIM'S HISTORY
The bias in this quotation betrays the basic lack
of historical perspective in the researcher. One might
ev< tl ask what history is there in Beth Elohim's
200 years to justify the grandiloquent title. Its story
is confined to the burning and rebuilding of its
Synagogues, the acquiring of cemeteries, the forma-
tion of benevolent societies, the hiring of rabbis and
cantors. The real history of any community is
merged in the larger history of its city, its state,
its nation. Elsas' book is merely a chronicle of
or less insignificant events. It
incident. Harb\*s reform effort, crumbles without
permanently affecting the Charleston community or
the course of American Judaism. Our chief inte
is largely in the pers inalities which appeal
the Revolutionary and the Civil War.
ITS DECADENCE
After Reconstruction there is a perceptible decline
and fall from Beth Elohim's heyday. Individual
gives way gradually to effete formalism. Cre
effort is expressed mainly in business. Except
the law, professions are avoided; nor is there am-
bition for political life. Urge for higher education
withers and decays. The excellent and handy Col-
lege of Charleston seldom matriculates a Jewish
student. The cultured but indigent parents of Lud-
wig Lewisohn find neither interest nor welcome in
this sn/>bbish society. The future critic and interpre-
Of American .Judaism turns to Christians for
and intellectual stimulation.
EMERGENCE OF THE ORTHODOX
Or. the other hand, the "Polish" Congregation,
whose name the disdainful rabbi would not con-
descend to mention, was for half a century pene-
trated by the apathy prevailing in the older camp.
Perhaps it was a healthy period for the incuba-
ti in of the American spirit. But as the 20th cen-
tury moved into its second decade, new energies
stir the Orthodox. The youth not only completes
high school hut se< ka academic and professional
training in colleges and universities. Within a gen-
: tion or so after Elsas' absurd prophecy, the
Orthodox group furnishes four members to the
State Leg an assistant U. S. attorney, a
municipal judge, a county commissioner, lawyers
for important governmental bureaus, members of
commissions, of city institututions, of school boards.
What would have become of the stately Beth
Elohim Temple without the transfusion it received
from Orthodox elements particularly the offspring
of the "Polish Congregation" on St. Philips Street?
The historian-Rabbi would be embarrassed to an-
swer this question if he were living today.
^antor Robinson Accepts Gables Post,
Jill Assume Duties Effective August 1
:l
Cantor Irvii
w York* has
Robinson, of
?cepted the po-
-educator of the
ewish Center, it
by President Her-
will assume his
'0r Gabl
s ar.nou.
n Fisher.
ies Au;
Pjantor Robin <
cantor-educator at the first
iduation Bereises of the He-
w Unk School of Sacred
isic on Jun< The School of
the only school for
itors in t I world, is a part of
Hebi jnion College-Jew-
Instit Bf Religion.
I has studied at the
illiard Bol of Music and at
H Dramatic Arts of
f the City of New
rk. i K appeared at con-
^uilliard School of
ftnd;:) and television
99 Vl'
over WOR with
tein and with Tos-
JZ.
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rk: East Side Tem-
k: Albany, New
New York: Min-
.; New Rochelle,
d the Progressive
Brooklyn.
training includes
tional methods in
Sund ^school ar.d Hebrew
on. He has taught
I'tT- THJools in the Greater
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th. SlUns
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El Al Israel Airlines, arrived in
Miami Beach Monday to explore
the possibilities of setting up per-
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Koppel, who fought with Win-
gate's "Night Raiders," the Brit-
ish Palestine Army and the Is-
rael Underground, will also try
to establish closer relations be-
tween the Israeli line and Amer-
ican couriers such as Eastern and
National.
El Al. which flies a 12.000 mile
route from New York to Europe,
Israel and Africa, will mark its
second birthday on July 29.
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FRIDAY, nay j
EDITORIAL
The Mufti** Hand?
!n Israel, where ears are necessarily attuned
tc what is going on behind the Arab curtain the
suspicion exists that the assassination d King
Abdullah had been engineered by the forrr.e:
Grand Muni of Jerusalem, whose criminal asso-
ciation with Hitler and the Nazis should have
brought him to the gallows instead of the inter-
national scene.
People familiar with the pattern of intrigue
in the Middle East had long known that the Mufti
hcd beer, hatching behind-the-scer.e plots against
Israel and against King Abdullah for having pur-
sued a realistic policy toward his Israelite neigh-
bor. The Mufti had for years been feuding with
the Jordar.irr. monarch and their mutual ani-
ly was sharpened to the point c: c
when Arr.rr.ar. defied the Arab League in hand-
ling the historic factIsrael g existence. We ~re
inclined to accept the view that King Abdull
assassination was the culmination of the con-
spiratorial activities cf the Mufti .:i a number c:
Arab capitals recently.
Eut whatever interpretations are placed on
the development at this moment, the outstanding
fact remains that the bullet which killed the mon-
arch may upset the equilibrium in the Middle
East. Its repercussions may be a stiffeninq by the
Arab states against UN bids for peace with Israel
and, possibly, aggressive designs against Israel.
Summer Music
Taking its customary lead in the -
tivities of the community, the University!!
Symphony Orchestra has launched I
pop concerts that rank with the best
musical fare in the country.
These informal Sunday night session.!
air-conditioned Miami Beach Municirw;]
tonum feature popular compositions tha^H
presuppose nor require long experience J'
cert-going or extensive musical knowlerUl
is the land of music that you can ait ha '
enjoy, and the auditorium is set up vn^j
and chairs so that you may do just tha- 1
And as if listening to the works oi gJ
Grofe cr Grieg played to perfection wenTgH
ry
veJ,
to i
son enough to attend these concerts, qmI
proceeds of each performance goes to .',
mai
Help Me Keep It Open, Brother
to UN headquarters, intimating
lhat the Israelis were blocking
the carrying out of the Coun-
cil's orders.
_ to keen up with the test Rilej ves. Editoi
',: Gen. William E Rile; ttl !:ke following th course if a v ilmost certain t Floridian
stalkn an island jungle in the Parif:. A bout anothi Council m eting
: : ;'- Nations Truce Supervisoi In Pali stin e left the 1
..... nted out
while philanthropic cause.
The University of Miami merits the g-L
the community for enriching the sumsie-^B
tural schedule.
___________________________________rial
m
a contingency which has never been rdejs^l
Israeli officials, military as well as dipkagB
Israel, we are sure, is guarding Si ::Vnu
view of the nationalist wave that is sismV
that sector cf the world it would be weC*|
UN to increase its vigilance now, before al
ation gets critical.
-msj
UN Zig-Zagging On Huleh Issue
By DAVID NUSSBAUM
''-' < right 19S1. J raphic Agei y [n
UNITED NATIONS. NV to keep up with the
Letters To The EM
:
[a not a 'good" Jew.
... 0ut am not a g jod jew. At
r the H e projeel The Isi lei Govi tiously I >n- v. im at-
h it it ai ng to find .va> Synai and I never
pears t tough pursuit a1 t and letter of the resolu- attempt to capital on my Juda-
:. | the H lispute. and i
UN Seeurii
f I
it did 1 M
nd r.egotial ement t the ;'' all times, 1 have
Jud ith a \eli: g
pn '
The Huleh imbroglio started
out as a purely internal dis-
pute between the Israel Gov-
ernment ar.i 3 handful of Arab
landowners living on Israel soil
whose properly lay in ihe path
c. the drainage scheme. Syria,
in line with Arab League pol-
icy r.'jver to miss a chance for
waging cold war againsl the
Jewish state, jumped ir. to make
the dispute an international in-
cident.
Thus, ._ inti
the UN sCk: Riley laun
.. n poli j
Syrian m
the Ai is 1 en ..
rtly insp Syria
tarted ut in I
I
....
re l ntinue bar-
th the
louncil r<
en no indi. .
irk without agrei
the Ara landlord as requi
iti n), Riley dis-
patched rep irt to
Se .: ty Council virtually
it violation of tl

belief in
my fellow
trong. 1 feel
ton ..'h in
R Mann.
ighl respi I Mi ;;.,: i y Sim-
I ll hi:n
in telling this story, he
ime on Rabbi
M It
:,v J,; the C ihcil injuncti ins by Israel was
:!- opined that this imminent Instead of prom I
u:;'n', er under in- and speeding the necessary
temat.o..., Uction but that cussions to get the stral
srael territory in drainage project back in mol
Rose Heads Bond
Drive Hotel Unit
itol :
' nfortunate that the
' .f tne Greater | I .,.. t fell
B ibligation towards its
; R It infortunate that
Milton ; R -.; ,,.. ,eedi
_ I igneui Harry, a I God Honsigneui Birn M
" :''. mind. ;ed no differe:
loe not lie got that it \>
i lem". and ra
: land, had helP the Rabbl and "^fX
--------------------i at least one of our vttam
mei
rone to the Rabbinkai SP3
tior. and explained to tbsfl
due to the fact that hefl
been paid in : ..ny and
wife and chil Iren H
food and had rchH
eviction n : J*1
(a one tM*J
me: t for a 1 ,.
Rabbinical A ne*
cold ahoul lei eJej
s
outside o:
. i Mann, th ^Lj
our "good" jjy,
community __
wealth is : I I
lions. He n turned k I
them in Ins request for I
the statement that I
members of Temple la* I
that it wa
It was only en I arr.td I
Rabbi Mann, in desperata I
ed to Monsmr.eur Bar: ;_a
because .
. ed to he m a d h the UN
Lh^k!; ,:- Israel did not ib at .vernment
,"ll% have wvereignty th m. ~____........
This report, moreover, was
accompanied by two more,
equally unjustified on the basis
of the situation prevailing. Is-
reel had evacuated certain
Arabsat their own request.
Israel claimed------from villages
in the demilitarized zone that
had been in the line of fire
when Syrian troops had en-
tered the zone two months ago.
The Council resolution of May
13 had ordered their return and
the withdrawal of Israel police
from the zone. Both o! the:;
questions were under discus-
sion when Riley sent an alarm
Then cams the switch. Riley
returned from a Security C
le disput ..
Council resolution to carrj
per, might h iv
end to l Ir linage pi
: Apparently persuaded I I
this wa., ..;. it impra I
Riley sud I lied for ne ii i-
' ;" '' n the Arab land .\ i
'-' tl Palestine Land De-
velopment C n pany, the
risible for the work Hi
et hi ipei ... ..v |
Jling the Ian
This act on, of course |
that the ,. afl
on an internal level, it
su P> > -r. that might far
j lj beei
tore the Western powei
Security Council, for reasons il .......:,-v
SSrrt '?Mis
.uppoit ,. (Syrian complaint, t.
Not unnaturally, however,
since the power and prestige
of an international body now
was aligned behind their or-
ganizer, sponsor and adviser
the Syrian government __ th
landowners at this juncture
cavalierly turned down the
propositions made to them by
the Israeli authorities The
lease, sale or exchange of thoir
property they would have noth-
ing to do with.
Considering the enormous so-
cial and economic value of the
Huleh drainage project, one
would assume at this point that l a concerted effort
Riley would see as his most im- money
Ef ?h.nti rlfll !. rePresentative To date $12,000
of the UN the endeavor to medi- led in the dnve, FrankefnTports:
EinoL shell
to do somethuin
ation! I take mj hai ""
signeur Barr> .
mar. of God
I am not a >:
Isaiah. I condemn
hip for being irrespMSj
meeting their just o
'
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FrankH >siiihmI
IIrive rhairiiian
living Prankel has bei
chairman
Jewish Fedi i
supplemental drivi
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pointment

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born writer, one-
' i H L Mencken
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ailes, already
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a playwright and <,0_caned Jew fi
;, "V -.VT' '.'Vyh,'n j i fused t aid this RjbU
ton formed I moment of,,., | and &m
h'Khl-v a^-u-d him to st.-:. "*
r.es of our Religion in ^H
' .! ..:ney to the appeal to .. H- I bj Bee.h- Priest Shane | thcmW
290 Bi ladway, N. Y Rabbinical Associatiojll
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conditions in Amer- N'.U^.rdltdri.f a..oc-
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rlULY 27, 1951
*ktnist fhrkMan
PAGE 5 A
On fbeyTERMARRIAGE Front
Wsn t Enough. Kabbi Says,
f \3iixed Marriage Courts
plK (AJP)Love for
.--_ non-Jew is not the
B as love for Judaism
ami for this reason that
responsi i
con\
1*04
'-:
Q]J
to
lared.
rabbis refuse to per-
'sions in cases of in-
|es Rabbi Solomon
writing on "Convtr-
torriage" in the cur-
ol Orthodox Jewish
{final publication of
[of Orthodox Jewish
Ins
jinberger, who was
lake a survey of that
American Jewish
said there had de-
'"ur.fortunate tenden-
frd the ritual of con-
satisfactory solution
id problems of inter-
traditional Judaism
there is "ample evi-
[ conversion for mar-
|o validity in Jewish
Jabylon, N.Y., rabbi
Mrs. Moser To Speak
Mrs. H. C. Moser, president of
the Mt. Scopus group of Hadas-
sah, will speak on behalf of the
$500,000,000 Israel Bond Issue
Sunday afternoon over radio sta-
tion WMBM. The talk will be
part of Jacob Schachter's Jewish
Variety Hour, which begins b\ 2
p.m.
Mrs. Moser is one of tne lead-
ng Israel bond salesmen in Grc: t-
ter Miami, having sold 36 bonds
in the first 10 days cf the cam-
paign.
Crawford To Conduct Pop Concert
Sunday. Jeffrey Stoll To Be Soloist
Robert Crawford, composer of American. He transferred to the
ithe Air Force song, will be guest Air Corps in 1942 and flew multi-
conductor of the University of engine aircraft all over the world
Miami Symphony Orchestra at {or the Air Transport Command
iL >_ j m.i ti i. In 1947, Crawford joined tne
the third Miami Beach pop con- facu]ty of the University of Mi-
cert on Sunday. July 29. at 8:30 ami School of Music as associate
|ed spiritual convic-
tual integrity and
eerily" were listed
basis for any con-
Rabbi Weinberger,
that "conversion
lements are lacking
is and preposterous
jB sacred ideal."
-_rer:nt conditions a
\\f~ft H chaotic state of af-
llfj _m>V- -s<-'d the establish-
stem of centralized
thoiized rabbinical
will have sole power
asp. its of conversion
family matters."
was the only plan
wou W "check the present
I assumes the propor-
kgni "
inberger said he be-
> H)oth rabbis and par-
Mi.W-^fcave good reason to
welcome such a system.
s would handle im-
partially Hblcms of conversion
which are ton much for the in-
fbi. "Under the pro-
A Happy Day, but if it's a "mix-
ed" marriage most clergymen
limit its chances of success, a
leading marriage expert who in-
terviewed rabbis, ministers, and
priests said last week. 'Ameri-
can Jewish Press Photo).
posed plan, the rabbi confronted
with a serious problem will simp-
ly direct or refer the interested
parties to the nearest court."
"Interested parents or Iriends,
too, will r.o longer be compelled
to seek the doubtful advice of un-
authorized counsellors, but will
instead turn to the official rab-
1 binical courts," Rabbi Wein-
berger explained.
Lyons Guest Director
Normm R. Lyons, newscaster
or Jacob Schachter's Jewish Var-
iety Hour, will serve as guest di-
rector of the program this com-
ing week while Schachter is in
New York on a business trip.
The program is heard over Sta-
tion WTTT on Sunday from 10
to 11 a.m. and over Station
WMBM on Wednesday and Fri-
day from 1:30 to 2 p.m. and Sun-
day from 2 to 3 p.m.
Lyons' topic of discussion for
Friday will be "New Crisis in Is-
rael and Jordan Relations." On
Sunday he will speak or. "Role
of the International Red Cross
in Minority Protection."
iletf Selection of
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NEW YORK (AJP) Leading
religious leaders of the nation's
three major faiths turn thumbs
down on "mixed" marriages, a
leading professor writing on the
controversial subject told an
audience of millions last wtek
through the media of a national
magazine.
The professor. Dr. David R.
Mace, professor of Human Rela-
tions at Drew University, tackled
the thorny topic in two pieces in
the Woman's Home Companion.
Through interviews with leading
Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant
clergymen, Doctor Mace found
that for the most part the men
who perform the ceremonies and
invoke the traditional blessings
give intermarriage less than an
even chance of "making good."
Doctor Mace's findings were
; followed up by the magazine
i with a shorter piece on how one
1 "mixed marriage" succeeded. The
partners, a Catholic and a Protes-
tant, were married despite ob-
jections of parents, and slowly
overcame religious problems to
establish a happy home.
Masada Launches
Monthly Paper
First meeting of the staff of
Miami Beach Masada's monthly
newspaper. The Kol Masada, was
held at the home of the new
editor, Irene Kestenbaum, 1780
S.W. 7th Street, Tuesday night.
Assignments have been given
out to the staff and the paper
will be circulated to members,
prospectives. and all other ZOA
groups in this area on August 15.
Miss Kestenbaum announced.
The group will sponsor an Oneg
Shabbat, Friday, July 27, at 8:30
p.m. at the home of Dora Kren-
del, 1600 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach.
A talk on "Education in Is-
rael," by Irv Nissman will high-
light the Drogram. Mrs. Pauline
Fried will lead the choral group
in singing.
p.m. at the Miami Beach Munici-
pal Auditorium.
Soloist will be Jeffrey Stoll,
pianist, who will offer the first
movement of the Schumann Con-
certo for piano and orchestra in
A minor. Opus 54. Poulenc's Pas-
tourelle. Debussy's La Plus que
knte and Gershwin's Preludes.
Stoll studied piano with Ernest
Hutchcson as a fellowship-holder
at the> Julliard Graduate School.
He has appeared :n concert with
the Budapest and the Stradivar-
ius String Quartette, has accom-
panied various artists in recital,
and has appeared as a solo-recit-
alist. He has been a member of
1 the piano faculty at the Uni-
. versity of Miami since 1948 and
: has played professionally on
numerous occasions in the Great-
er Miami area.
Crawford was born and reared
in Alaska, gcaduated from
I Princeton, received his formal
1 musical education at Juilliard in
i New York and private study in
I Paris.
After years of concert and radio
! conducting in New York, he came
(to Miami in 1941 to join Pan
professor in voice, composition,
orchestration and orchestra con-
ducting.
4 PERCENT CEASE
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! played hosts to a group of young-
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July 21 at a swimming party
1 'ind luncheon at the National
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a theater party where candy and
ather refreshments were distrib-
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"Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
LIFE'S A POPPIN":
self back this week, from hometown Pa terser.. N.J.. ana in
"ft"! 3Xm West Orange NJ.. came
it the Fenway. Jennie Bennett back, too.
MY DAI
FRIDAY.
have new |
eeo up to St Pel '
"er there .
S avri Ji taw

(-..li
v Tl
lady saw
' I, n'l eckon
luxury. Hone;
p,
from Revena. I
a T C >llins, thai wi n
... e that Helen and V, Sutii
t to Miai C I In n Saal. \
two felli Good, too
ting Lun< h in Y. n nnei 11 N
exploring tl nd polisl
uff in Sarasotathe resid
al wreti hed trel I tzu
lid nothii Evei les until, at last, 5 1
civiliz that spi levelopmenl of it known as Gri
in 1 ; really di fades I
the enchanl tc., etc etc.!"
PERSONALITIES:
Sally Slernstein celebrates her first anniversary this week
with tr? Jewish Federation's switchboard. Mrs. Betty Ehudin
of Baltimore is house-guest of her sister. Mrs. Arthur Somrr.-'rfeld
at 5340 S.W. 4th St. Betlv married Herman at the Atlantic Towers
Hotel 7 years back, when Herman was stationed here. Now
they've oot a baby and an adv\>rt;sinq aqencythe B. Herman
Ehudin Co. in the National Marine Bark Building. Baltimore.
Ruth Brotman sends one of those beautiful picture-folders of
Banff, in the Canadian Rockies. Just the sight of that Columbia
ice-fielc is so cooling! Thanks!
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Personally Speaking
r. uijjMrs. Ted Markow, 1016 Lenox Avenue, Miami
ice the addition cf a son, Andrew Jonathon.
idmother is Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Paternal grand-
Elizabeth Markow.
* *
rom Joseph Pollack, who is now in Israel, to
rnett Roth reveals that the Miami Beach resi-
jenthusiastic about the Jewish state, which he
has seen from "tip to tip." He is so excited
^uty of the country and the friendliness of the
has issued an invitation for all Miamians to
id look around." Pollack will be in Israel for
^nths. En route to Miami Beach he will stop in
rland, Belgium and England.
* *
I vacationinq at Duncraqqan Inn, Hendersonville,
|Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mrs. Jay Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Durst, Mrs.
[Mrs. Max Landesman, Mrs. Beatrice Cole, Mrs.
Jrnan, Elsie Katz and Rcland Granat.
* *
Us. Sol "Alexander left last week for a tour of
1 J)enver, Mrs. Alexander will represent the Lor-
the National Home for Jewish Children in Den-
lization's annual convention. En route to Miami,
Irelatives in Macon, Ga.
* *
irrivals at the Osceola Lake Inn, Henderson-
|ude Morris London, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green-
Mr". Harry Fallon and family, Mr. and Mrs.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Stein and
lenblank, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Palay, Mr. and
|l, Mrs. Julius Sankin and daughter.
* *
was born to Dr. and Mrs. Nat Beckman, 5750
[e, Miami Beach, at St. Francis Hospital on
* *
s. Sam Abenson, 1024 Pennsylvania Avenue,
announce the birth of a daughter on July 14
"ospital.
* *
fiJchcchet is vacationinq with her son-in-law and
kind Mrs. A. Finley Binder of Richmond, Va.,
gate City
* *
Ha Weir.kle and family left Sunday for a six week
on in Hondersonville, N.C.
* *
atives and friends in California is Ike Gordon.
ssociated with Gordon Funeral Home.
* *
ndler, executive of June Dairy Products Corn-
released from Mercy Hospital following a ser-
1 i= now recuperating at his home, 2517 Andms
ut Grcve. A resident of this area for mere than:
s. Ch rles Arcnovitz of Kew West, is also a guest;
s and services on a number of industrial com- i
Milikowskys Will
Travel In luirope
Honeyr.ooning ir. New York
until August when they will sail
on the Queen Elizabeth tor a
five months' visit abroad are Mr.
land Mrs. Zachary Milikowsky.
The couple will live in Brus-
I sels, Belgium, and will travel in
1 England, Fiance. Switzerland and
Italy. When they return to this
country, they will reside in New
; York and Florida.
Their marriage took place at
! noon July 3 in Rabbi Irving
1 Lehrman's study. A reception
|and dirner were held at the Sor-
| rento Hotel.
The bride is the former Miss
Claire Sylvia Cohen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cohen, 525
N.E. 63rd Street, formerly of New
Jersey.
A graduate of Hammonton
: High School in Ni w Jersey, she
i attended State Teachers College
in Trenton and Santa Barbara
| College in California.
The bridgroom is the son of
; Mrs. Sarah Milikowsky, Ramat-
Gan, Israel, and the late Rabbi
| Nathan Milikowsky. who was a
prominent Zionist leader in Is-
rael.
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^ousequest Miss Faye Lipshitz of New York City.
1 head nurse at the eye clinic of Mount Sinai Hos-
rork.
* *
Krom a three-week vacation in the North are
jl and her friend, Maricn Cohen. They spent
lew York City, where they were quests at the
and a week at Green Mansion, Warrensburg,
* *
rs. Edward A. Klein, 1535 S.W. 17th Street, cele-
^enty-fifth wedding anniversary. Their daughter,
in and a daughter-in-law, Harris and Shirley,
?lebration. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Clarksdale, Miss., brother-in-law and sister of
will join the anniversary couple on a boat trip
* *
k in Miami, Abe Aronovitz joined his wife and
at Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville, N.C. His
rs. Charles Arcnovitz of Key West, is also a guest
* *
Irs. Beniamin Weissman, 835 Collins Avenue,
re spending two months at Zeiger's Hotel, Salis-
Marrieo July 1 in the home of
the Alexander Kogans, 3722 Roy-
al Palm Avenue. Miami Beach.
were the foinVM Miss Evelyn Les-
ser, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Les-
ser. New York, and Harold Lewis.
A dinner Et the Cacablarca Hotel
followed the service. The coupls
plans to live in Hollywood.
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New Orleans with friends is Mrs. Frank Thomp-
,|i>. 124 58th Terrace. While in trfe Crescent City, she
Jpfl Hat the Hotel Pontchartrain.
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FRIDAY. JULY 27. 1951"
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FRIDAY. JULY 27, 1951
Page 9A
Marilyn Greenberg, Alvin Baumoehl
Exchange Vows At Biscayne Terrace
The Starlight Room of the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel was the
scene of the wedding of Miss
Marilyn Greenberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Greenberg
942 S. W. 22nd Avenue, to Alvin
Baumoehl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Baumoehl. 1135 S. W. 6th
Street, on July 14 at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro read the
candlelight service, assisted by
Cantor Maurice Mamches. The
couple exchanged vows in a bow-
er of palms, white gladioli and
tuberoses.
For the ceremony, the bride
selected a gowr of white slipper
satin and French illusion. The
fitted bodice, sprinkled with
sequins, fell in a scalloped pep-
lum over the hoop skirt of illus-
ion. Her slipper satin redingote
ended in a cathedral train. A
satin pillbox with seed pearl de-
sign held her trree-quarter length
illusion veil in place. She car-
ried an arm bouquet of lilies and
stephanotis. centered with an
heirloom bridal bible adorned
with white orchids.
Mrs. Bert Bernstein and Mrs.
Meyer Sherman served as mat-
rons of honor in bouffant gowns
of shell pink and chartreuse. Bothl
carried heartshaped fans with
garnet roses. The Misses Debor-
ah Hart, Rita Teich and Roberta
Freeman were bridesmaids. They
were attired in rainbow colored
bouffar.t gowns, and carried
heartshaped fans with sweet-
heart roses. All wore matching
nylon maline headquieces held se-
cure by clusters of roses. Miss
Maxine Hart was in charge of
the bridesbook.
Arthur Baumoehl was best man
for his brother. Seating guests
were Harold Greenberg, Bert
Bernstein and Alex Azuz.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in deep lavender chiffon,
while the elder Mrs. Baumoehl
chose aqua crepe. Both wore or-
chid corsages.
A reception on the roof garden
terrace and buffet supper in the
starlight Room followed the cere-
mony.
For going away, the former
Miss Greenberg donned a pale
lavender ensemble with white
duster, white accessories ard a
double white orchid corsage.
When the newlyweds return
from Nassau and a motor trip
throughout the state, they will
reside at 541 S.W. 9th Avenue.
Beach Y Will Open
Public Speech Course
The adult activities department
of the Miami Beach Y is spon-
soring a new five-week course in
public speaking.
Mrs. Alvtn Baumoehl
Gables Men's Club
Will Sponsor Dance
A dance will be held at the
Zamora Jewish Center, 44 Za-
mora Ave., Coral Gables, Satur-
day, July 28. at 8:30 p.m.. under
the auspices of the Men's Club
of the organization.
Willard Sands and his Calipso-
maniacs will furnish the music
for the evening.
Harry Krippel is chairman ol
the dance committee, and Steve
Roden and Morris Moskowitz, co-
chairmen.
Proceeds from the affair will go
to the group's youth activities
fund.
NO CONSTIPATION NOW
AFTER YEARS OF MISERY
"For years I had been taking many
kinds of laxatives. Then I tried
all-bran. It not only keeps me
regular ... I really
enjoy eating it every
Mr. Mrs. 4.roii|
To M'l .liilv :ii
The Mr. and Mrs. Juniors of
t!:e Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will hold ;in open
membership meeting on Tuesday
evening. Julv 31. at 8:30 p.m. at
the school building, 1101 S.W.
12th Avenue.
Purpose of the group is to fur-
ther social and cultural activities
among young married couples of
the Greater Miami area.
Further information may be
obtained bv calling Mrs. Pearl
Graham at 4-0841 or Mrs. Marion
Sussman at 9-3589.
Isaac Levin Lodge
Plans Social Night
Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai
B'rith has set plans for a mid-
summer social night to be held
at the Prince Valdemar Boat on
Biscayne Blvd.. opposite the
Daily News Building, Tuesday
evening, August 7.
Chairman of the event. Robert
Levin, has announced that the
evening will include variety acts,
dancing and refreshments. Pres-
ident r nimp Schist has extended
invitation to all young men's and
women's organizations in Greater
Miami to attend the affair which
will be preceded by a brief busi-
ness session.
Michael Druckers
Travel To Havana
Rabbi Simon Annl read the
double ring service which united
m marriagi Mis.- Annette Ofso-
witz and Michael Drinker at fi
p.m. July 8 at the Miami Beach
Athletic Club.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Otsov.it/..
173!! S.W. 9th Street. Mr. Druck-
i is the son Ol Mrs. Leon Druck-
er, Haversowi. Pa., who camel
for the cvn many.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner.,
brother-in-law and sister of the
bridegroom, attended the bridal]
couple."
A reception at the athletic club
followed the nuptial service.
Alter a wedding trip to Havana.
the couple will be at home in
Philadelphia after August 1.
The former Miss Ofsowitz is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School. Her husbaaid was gradu-
ated from West Philadelphia High
School and is a veteran of six
years of submarine service in the
Navy.
Tropical Women
Slate Card Party
Tropical Chaotcr B'nai B'rith
Women, will sp>-i isor a card party
at the Sorrento .': otel on Wedne.,
day evening. August 1.
Proceeds are tt rmarked for lo
cul B'nai B'rith projects.
Chairman of t'e event is Mrs.
Irving Laibson. {.ssisting her are
Mesdames Joseph Feldman. S.
Rose. L. Wilson, H. Michaelson
and H. Rubin.
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FRIDAY, JULY j,
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ninth, and tenth Congresses
marked a low point in achieve-
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is;s." who wanted a charter as
a basis for coloniiaticn. battled
the "Practical Zionists" who
argued for immediate colonisa-
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by the Revisionists was to con-
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was established. Af the Brit
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: nt whittling away of the
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Jenisti noridfian
Page 11A
Masada Beach Party
A "Twilight Sand Party" to be
held at Baker's Haulovoi Satur-
day night, July 28, will be the
first party of its kind given this
sun- .tier by Miami Beach Masadu.
Young Zionist District. A car
pool will leave Mia.ni Beat h
Jewish Community Center ut
8:30 p.m.
The Great Mew
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Two Israeli Musicians
Two Israeli musicians, Ro erl
Starer, pi,mist and Zvi Zeitlin,
violnist, will headline thi
installment ol tin "Vistas of Is-
rael" series on Morris Nasartir's
Yiddisli Classical Hour Sunday,
July 29. from 1:15 to 1:30 p.m.
over Station VVINZ.
Named To Boxing Board
Lew Welch, Carl Gardner and
Louis Auerbach were appointed
by the Miami Beach city council
last week to the Beach Boxing
Commission. They will fill one
vacancy and increase the board
to five men.
Holdover members of the com-
mision are Chairman Flymen B.
Adae and Charles B. Wheeler.
Local Conservative
Congregation Seeks
SEXTCN & READER
Year-round position
Phone 3-6749 and ask for
Miss Snyder
net
d at the dinner which followed their wedding on July
[ and Mrs. Arthur Shandloff. Mrs. Shandloff is the former
rice Shapiro. A member of the Sea Bses during World
Shandloff is owner of Star Construction Co. The din-
lace at the Sans Souci Hotel.

! You* JAdults Start m Nights fcur. League of Miami Bimunity Center will Bies of co-ed "Athletic Tuesday, July 31, t the center gym. 111. volley ball, badmin-Ipong, calisthenics are Br the sessions, which uier the direction of Itein lip will hold a meeting

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Summer Social Set
Debs Sorority will hold its sum-
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of Renee Ellis, 1851 S.W. 19th
Street, at 8 p.m., according to j
Marilyn Miller, president.
The group, which meets every i
Tuesday night, is affiliated with
the Miami Jewish Community
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+Jmlstifk>rktiari
PAGE 13 A
Summer Time Is Camping Time
Yes, summer time is camping
time. And the Jewish Centers
Association and its affiliated or-
ganizations are playing a signifi-
cant role in providing camps for
the youngsters of the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
This summer the JCA is oper-
ating four. The one at the Miami
Beach Y has an enrollment of
100; Miami Jewish Community
Center, 80; North Dade Jewish
Center, 52; Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center, 73. While the regis-
tration totals only 300, in the
course of the summer some 500
children will have been served.
Transportation is provided to
and from all camps for children
living at distant points. Trans-
portation is also provided to pools
and beaches, so that every child
has an opportunity for swimming.
All camps provide swimming in-
struction by qualified individuals.
The program includes crafts, dra-
matics, music, athletics and trips
to places of interest. It offers
an opportunity for boys and girls
to become acquainted with their
Jewish heritage and to under-
stand themselves as Jewish child-
ren. This is done through story-
telling, music, dramaticsin fact,
all of the activities which con-
stitute camp life.
This year all camps instituted a
new procedure of having the
children bring their own lunches.
Through this device, camps have
been run at a much smaller fee
than has been charged in the
past. Despite this, approximately
120 percent of the registration is
on scholarship. One may wonder
I what kind of situations in our
community require scholarships.
Here are just two such cases.
One is the 10-year-old daughter
of a woman suffering from a
chronic illness. After clearance
by the health authorities, the
child was admitted to camp. The
mother requires 16 hours of rest
' per day and must be completely
! relieved of the responsibility of
I taking care of the child. She
must also be relieved of as much
tension and concern as possible.
The fact that her child is cared
for throughout the day is a great
relief to this woman, and doc-
tors report, is probably one of
the greatest contributions that
could be made towards the res-
toration of her health. The fath-
er in the family earns less than
50 dollars per week. Under these
circumstances a full scholarship
is being granted.
The other is a case of the moth-
er who has to work and who
cannot work unless her child is
adequately cared for during the
day. Her salary does not permit
her to place the child in camp
and pay the tuition fee. Unless
there was a camp such as the one
conducted by the JCA, the moth-
er would have to give up her
job to take care of the child,
thereby becoming a public
charge.
Mrs. Jess Freed is the chair-
man of the JCA ho.n-.e camp com-
mittee.
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Jfettfel)fk>rMian
PAGE 15 A
250 txpwtvrt At
msHah Fete
More Ban 250 members and
friends ; expected to atter.d
the (J'l^pr Miami Chapter of
Hadassah
Minyonim
30, at
Hotel.
DonaW
irst Youth Aliyah
iparty on Monday, July
.m., at the Sorrento
ts M. Escott, chapter
for this project, Will
by Mesdames Aaron
Seymour Shulner,
rray, Bernard Gold-
r Cohen, Harry Kap-
tJschler, Henry Amlyn,
kes, J. H. Singer and
Chapter To
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Chapter of B'nai B'rith
men will hold its ar.-
ler Swirl" on Satur-
[28. at 9 p.m. at the
lotel, according to an
lent by Romesa Rosen-
lent.
lent and prizes have
led, Sylda Botwin,
chairman, revealed,
will be allocated to
as the group's adop-
fin Europe, the Leo N.
4tal for arthritic pa-
lot Springs, Ark., and
efamation League.
Cantor to Sing Again
By popular demand, Cantor
Jechiel Gildin of Brooklyn, will
have a return engagement on Si-
mon Seiden's Jewish F#um
Hour on Sunday, July 29, from
11 a.m. to 12 noon over WFEC.
LEGAL NOTICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142621
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MARGARET ORYSZCAK. Plaintiff
vs.
DANIEL ORYSZCAK, Defendant
TO: I'AMHl, oltYSZCAK
167 Vernon Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YoP AUK IIKKKIIY N'OTIPIBD
that h bill for divorce hag been filed
against you and you are t-cimlred to
serve a copy of your answer on the
plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2:ird
day of August. l'J,",l. In default of
which the bill of complaint will be
taken as confessed against vou.
Dated this 2;trd dav of July. 1351.
K. It I.KATHKRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By L. S. De PIKTRO.
Deputy Cleik
(SKAD)
OKI RGE l TALIANOFF
Attorney for I'lalntiff
120 Lincoln Itoad
Miami Heach. Florida
7/27 R/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 142561
TO: ALLBNE MILLER
1S2S B 2!'th St
Itrooklyn. N.Y.
Yon are reiiulreil to serve a copy of
your answer on Mordecal N'. liosch.
I2n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original in the of-
fice of the clerk on or before August
21th. 1951. in that suit for divorce
that Fieri, rick Miller filed in the
Clrcuil (Hut of the 11th Judicial
Circuit: or Bald Mill will lie taken as
confessed by you.
Dated July 19. 1951.
I li LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By it. ii kick. jr.
Deputy clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142377
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HELEN JOYCE KLEIN, Plaintiff
MAftNlE i: KLEIN, Defendant
TO: MANNlK it. KLEIN
/< Hairy It. Kosart
Lincoln-Liberty Bids;.
Philadelphia, Penna.
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce ba.~ bean filed
Bfainat you and you are required to
serve a copy "f your answer >- said
bill upon Plaintiff's attorney, and
fill the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Flor-
ida, "ii or before the 11th day of
August. 1951. otherwise said bill of
complaint will be taken as OOnfesaed
by you
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of July, 1M1.
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk circuit Court,
Ii.hIc County. Florida
(Circuit Court By M C. FEIOE,
Seal) Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN" R. LYONS, Baa'
910-11-12 Oiynipia Bids.
Miami. Florida.
7/13-20-27 8/3
IS, ill
R 3-10-17
NOTICE UNOF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi des ring to ens g*
In business under the fictitious name
I VVHITEY'S APTOSai 73." N.W Til'
Avenue, Miami. Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BEN NATHANSON
NORMAN KAMINS
MILTON KIRSHBERG
KAPLAN, DIETZ *.- LABKY
150 Lincoln Road
Miami I leach. Fla.
Mii.in.ys for Whitcv's Autos
7 27 s 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AI'TOMATIC MILK VENDORS at
33a 2Sth Street, Miami Beach, 11a .
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID ISRAEL
GEORGE cask
IRVING W1SCH
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIUCriT IMI'liT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCC1T IN AND
1-IMt OADK COTNTY. FMHtlDA.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 142609.
GENEVA SNKl.l., Plaintiff
FRANK 8NELL. Defendant.
TO. FRANK 8NBLL
11" North Fourth Street
./,. Delbert Baker
Clinton, Indiana
vor ire hereby raaulred to serve a
copy of your answer to the Kill of
complaint 'or i>tvorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney, and to file the orig-
inal Answer In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 27 day of August, 1951:
otherwise the Kill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will
be taken as confessed by you.
DATED at .Miami. Florida, this 21
day of July. 1051,
E, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
11 >.- i !o>'n" Florida
(Circuit Court Seal!
B) w.M. w. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NAME ami Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-12 OUmpla K.uilding
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
T/L'T T- ]'-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HIOREKY C,1VF:.N that
th'- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SILVER-BUD KPFJOIALTY Co. at
1H.-.4 S. W. 22nd Terrace, .Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL SILVF.RMAN
SARAH BILVERMAN
MfltRAY BUDNER
Owners
MYERS, HF.IMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
B.'.ii Seyboiil Klrlg.
7/13-2H-27 8/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
No 26228
In Re: ESTATE I >l
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
I >- ceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
Ing claims or Demand* Against Said
i tate:
You. and each of you, are hi rebj
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you,a*or
either of you, ma] have against the
esi.it, of HERMAN B. GROSSMAN,
late of I '"I. i bounty. Flor-
ida, i" trie IDX" \v. F. BLANTON
Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in bis office in the
County Courthouse in Dade C
a, within eight calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the clalr.i.
ant ai.ii to be sworn to and presenti l
a* aforesaid, or same Will be barred.
Date June 28, A. D. ih:.i.
GEORGE GROSSMAN,
As Executor of the Last
Will and Testament of
HERMAN 1!. GROSSMAN
1 >e,-eased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
6.".0 Seybold Bldg.. Miami.
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SABAL PALM loon SHOP
at "..... N.E. 2nd Avenue intends t-i
register said name with the Clerk of
the
Florida,
7 10-27
uit Court of Dad* County.
PAUL
8/3-10
F\
KNEIER
Sol* owner.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WILDCAT LIQUOR STORE
at 5707 B.W. Mh Bl Miami, Florida.
Intend I,, register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
I la IRENCE SCHWARTZ
Kitty h. *iiaykin
* Partners
7,20-27 8/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142380
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DONALD l/K'KK. Plaintiff
vs.
HELEN LOCKE, Defendant
To- HELEN LOCKE
c o AUerton House
132 K. 57th Street
New York City, New York.
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill for Divorce his been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Kill ,,f Co. plaint in the Plaintiff's
attorneys, and file the original in
the office of the Clerk of th. Cir-
cuit Court on or bef,,re the l'-th da'.
of August, A. D, 1951, otherwise B
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.'
This noli, shall be published one*
each week lor four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth
day .1 July, A |i 1961.
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of tlie 'Mi, uit I 'cm ,,
(Seal) By M, C, FEIOE,
I leu ID c|, rk
PALLOT, SILVER. AKDo A, MLLLOY
Attornej s for PI ilntiff
n| Ingraham Building
Miami. l-l,,i Ida
i 13-20-27 I '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'DlciAL CIF 'FIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FoP. DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
1 12407
ROBE TBLESHEF8KY, Plaintiff.
\s.
MORRIS TELESHBFSKY.
Defendant.
TO: Mi Morris Teleshefsky
C/O Joseph Zats
107 W. SSth Street
New York City. N.Y
Vnf ARE HEREBY REQUIRED I
serve a copi of your answer to
Kill of Complain! in the above i
for divorce, on the plaintiff's atl -r
neys, and file the original In 'ln-
office of the Cl.rk of the Clr
Court, on OT before the ISth dai of
August. I9ti, otherwise said Bill of
Complaint will Ire taken as col fessed
by you.
Dated this 13th day of Juli 1951
K B LEATHERM I
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
By M c F*EIOE
Denutv C
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorney* for Plaintiff
fi.-.(l S.-yliolil Kirlldlng
Miami 13. Florida
7*20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring to ens -- -
business under the fictitious r of
MICHAEL'S
.it Miami. Dade County. Florida, in-
tend* to register said name \\
Clerk of the circuit Court o< Dad<
County, Florida.
MICHAEL ROSBNTH M-
MARX PABER
Attorney for Atnili, ast
? 12 Congress itlilg.
7 20-17 1/8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
-"o.l. .1. .-.: ing to engage
' bU under tin- fieri-
Of K' IYAL P \INTERh nl 17.: s. \\
2nd Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to
me with the Clerk ol
the Circuit I' rui t of I lade County,
Florida
IKE WOLK
7 13-20-27 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring t<> -
business under the fictitious n.....i
i- lorida knderoarme:
COMPANY i Not In. ,
i N.W. 27th Avenue,
Pis intend t.....glster said .-
w.th tlie Clerk of the ('In uit Ciu.t I
Dade County, Florid*
JACK RITTER
DAVID lit HENSTEIN
JAMIE VAGODNIK
BURNETT R< ITH
A tt-,1 in f- ,: AppUci
Congress Bldg.
7 20-27 S/S-10
NOTICE UNDER- FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FRESHMBAIMW FARMS at S801
Howard Drive, South Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
RICHARD TITEKMAN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for
KRBSHMEADOW FARMS
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Peach, Florida
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
is undersigned, desiring t.i engage in
business under th,- fictitious name of
CO-OP SERVICE BCREAU
at Miami. Dade County, Fla., intends
to register i -i nanie vrith the clerk
of the Circuit Court .if Dade County,
Florida
S. THOMPSON
7 20-27 B/3-10
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. C. 2nd tVT. MIAMI 32. FLA.
TITLE INSURANCE
nite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
1AL GABLES MIAMI
i Mile 83-4654 Langford Building 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
SLITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142173
MORRIS SCHLOSBERG. Plaintiff
vs.
IDA SCHLOSBERG, Defendant
To: IDA SCHLOSBERG
c/o Mrs. Ufschlta
c Attorney Sti -el
New Ymk. N, r.
You, IDA SCHLOSBERG, nre here-
by notified thai .. Hill of Complaint
f,,r Dlvorc* has been filed against
you, and you are n quirt d t" sei \ e
a copy i-f your Answer or Pleading
to tit,- Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Bssen, Enq.,
821 i old Bldg., Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Ph.cl-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the gist
day of July, 191. if you fall to do so
judgment by default will be taken
against you'for the relief demanded
in th.- Bill of Complaint.
Tin- notice shall bi published once
each u-eek for four consecutive weeks
in Till" .IKWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
la >NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this Ind day of July, A. D.
1951.
E. B, LEATHERMAN;
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, KVrlda
(Circuit Court By M C FEIGE,
s,-.i |) Deputy C
BEN ESSEN, Esq .
\ for i ., ii tiff
I Bldg.,
Florida.
7/S-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKP.KI'.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< engage
In l islnesii under tli, t tltlou* name
,,f WYNN'fl FIVE AND TEN CENT
STORE Bldft-1 8. w Rth Street,
, 'oral 11 -. i oi Ida, Intend* t,, reg-
ister .-..i name with the Clerk of
the Court of i >ad County,
!;. rl
8ELWTN SCHANFALD
7 (-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 ANGELA'S BEAUTT SALON at
4V7.', N. W 22nd Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, intends t, register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nf Dad* County Florida,
ANGELA L. NOVOA
7/13-20-27 8/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: IS HKIUMIV C.IVF-V that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OSJACK HOLDINGS al 1214 B, w
13th Court intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad,- County, l-'lorlda.
JOSEPH H, SY.MAN
s,,ie Owner
MTER8, IIKI.MAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
6.-i(i Scyhold Itldg.
Miami. Florida
7/1S-20-87 a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the in, I, desiring to engage
:n business under the fictitious name
"I MI-HI. 1.1 NCIIK. iN'KTTi: at 2391
w. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tend t,, rt -: said name ,th the
Cli rk oi thi 'Ircult Court of l a Ii
County, i
SAMUEL SArjSRSTEIN
LEWIS POX
HAROLD l'AN.\l\
Attorney for Ml-Hi Luncheonette
7 13-20-27 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\ (TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underi lgn< I, desiring to
in buslnt b* flctItlou* name
of MIAMI TRADING .. EXPORT
Co. .-i > : N, k First Str.
. Intend t,i register said name
u Ith II ,- Cl< rk of the Circuit C mrt of
Dad* County, Florida
ciRiAcii PESTANA
AI.I'.ERTO GALVEZ
7/13-2C-27 :
CREDITORS
I I'DGE S i
IA1 IE ''( *
I R( '!:.\ I'E NO.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un,l, r.-igr.ed. desiring t,i engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Varleti Lounge, Bsr and Package
Store at It N.W. lal Street intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CIVIC BAR. INC.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
(SO Seybold Bldg.
7/4-11-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26271
In Ri EST \i i: i if
JAMES V. PABQUAXTONIO
I'. ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
;.-! All P. rsi :,- Hav.
Ing Claims or D< mands Ai
v
ri and li of you, are herebj
d n quln d t,, pi. -,-nt ahj
. >i demands \^ hlch you, or
either of you. may have
estati if JAMES V", PASQUANTONIO
of 1 i.oU County, i lor-
ida, to the HON. w F BLANTON.
county Judge ,-f Dade County, and
file the sane In hi* offlc* in th,-
ii. Had,- County,
Florida, within eight i i months
ie date ,,f the first publication
P d claims or dein.i -
lltain I lie leii.il add ess i.t III,
ant and t,, be sworn to and presented
eaald, or same v.ill be I
Bee Section ISO of the 1933 Probate
A. t
Date July r.th. A. D Hot.
*/ BELGENIO D'ORAZIO
As Administrator of the Estate of
JAKES V. PASQUANTONIO
.._____ l -'
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
922 Seybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida.
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE TO
IN Till-: C< il'NTY
IN AND l-'olt I
FLORIDA. IN
_-i,......
In Re: ESTATE OF
HENRIETTA L. GOLDEN,
known as HENRIETTA l.i
GOLDEN, also known as
HENRIETTA S. GOLDEN,
In. ased
To All Creditors and All Person* li ly-
ing Claims or Demands An......
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hei
notified and required to presei ani
claims and demands which \"..
either of you. may hav* ana1: thl
estate of HKNRIKTTA I- GOLDEN
a -k/a MKXRIETTA LE\'Y OOLDFiN
a.k/a HENRIETTA S. OOLDENi I-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F". HI.ANTON i ,,,,-
ty Judge tin- same in his office In the County
Courthouse in Dsde Countv. i-"lor-
ida. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof Bald claims or demands ti
contain the legal addi.-ss .1 the
claimant and t, lie sw-orn t., at i i>r.--
sented as afor,-s.,id. or same w 11 b&
barred
Date, July ii. ad. 1*61.
HAROLD S c.i ILDEN
As Ancillary Administrator of the,
Estate of HF7NRIETTA I. GOLD-
EN, a k/a HENRIETTA LEVY
GOLDEN, a/k/a HENRIETTA S
GOLDEN, Deceased
i rsi publication on July 13,
Attorneys for Ancillarj Admin ,:,,?
PALLOT, SILVER,
ARPO & Ml'LLOY
7 .-,'-'.'7 B/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCER<.
No. 138358-1
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
ll:\ ING R SCHWARTZ and
BENNETT M SCHWARTZ, PI
vs
FANNIE GOODMAN, .t als.
11, '.
Notice la hereby given that the un-
demigned. a* Special Master, ui
ai i bj \ Irtue ( the Final I '
is ne heretofore cut,red in
certain cause pending In the Circuit
Com t ,.f the Eleventh .Indicia!
of Florida. In and for Hade Co
Chancery* being Chancery oase No
- 1. in w h i ,- h IRVIN 1 P.
SCHW VRTZ a u d I'.KNNi: r M
SCHWARTZ are plaintiffs, and VN
NIK GOODMAN, et als. ai,
ants, I. a* Bpi lal Master in i '
iied hy the Court in said
undei and by virtue of the I
of Will offer, for sale ana It
tcrj to the hlghi si at
M Idl P fm i isll at 111, S.
of the i',1-iit House ol Dadi
Count In Ui, i "Itj of Miami, i
on thi 3rd day of Septembet A D
at 12 o'clock noon East -rn
Standard 'rime, the same be a
legal sal.- da] and the hour I
hour ,,f sal,-, the following de.
in opi rtj situate m l lade l
la, to-wlt:
.....k 59, ALTON Bl
REALTY COMPANY'S PLA
LINCOLN Bl'BDIVlSK IN
tO the put I tin n of,
ii Bo -k 9, page 89, if the
Public Records ,'f Had,- County,
her u Ith the im-
provements there,ei and the furn-
iture, fixture* and equipment in-
:.i li.-i then
The said property as
gether with all the tenements, he esli-
m, tits and apnui-tcnances there into
i" ntijig. or In any wise appet iin-
inir. being sold to satlsfs said
Dati d this 17th day of July. AD.
1951.
CHARLES It. CLEVELA1
Special Ms t, t In Chaj rjr.
GER8HON S. MII-l.i:K.
Solicitor for Plaintiffs
311 Lincoln Road.
Xliami Beach. Florida.
7/20-27 8/3-10


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