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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LME 24Number 32
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
inGurion Faces Task of Forming Coalition Jewish Agency Meets To Prepared
RUSALEM (JTA)One of the most difficult political assign-1 ists, through their leader, Dr. t*| I i ^r p, m a
of his long political career this week awaited Premier David Peretz Bernstein. announced rYOTiM / 10111^1 I flflfirPCC. AllflllQT 14
urion, leader of the Mapai Party, in the formation of a new their readiness to enter into a wl ,M "VMIJI VVIIVJI V. J J MUtjU-JI 11
ment for Israel. I Government coalition. Bernstein JERUSALEM (JTA)The Jewish Agency executive began ses-
a result of Israel's second general election on July 31, Ben-1 declared, however, that the initi- sions this week preliminary to the 23rd World Zionist Congress.
ative in this matter would have Arrangements for the Congress and its agenda were discussed at
an was faced with the al-
|ive of forming a coalition
everal splinter parties and
ree small Arab groups al-
the Mapai or of reaching
{recment with the General
Bt Party which duplicated
r.. ss in the municipal elec-
and emerged as the second
gest political grouping in
wintry.
alternatives were forced
the Premier by the failure
Labor Party and the re-
workers' groups to obtain
majority in the election.
statement issued soon after
jreliminary results of the
were known, Ben-Burion
Party standings on the basis of j to rest with the Mapai.
these returns are as follows:
Mapai 37.17c
General Zionists 16.4
Mapam 12.3
Poale Mizrachi 68
Herut 6.6
Communists 3.9
Progressives 33
Poale Agudas Israel 20
Sephardim 1.7
Agudas Israel 1.6
Mizrachi 1.5
Three Arab parties 4.9
A provisional tabulat on, based
on this vote would give Mapai 46
seats in the second Knesset, the
The Communists proposed for-
mation of a workers' lront gov-
ernment composed ofr all the la-
bor parties, including Mapai, Ma-
pam, the Communists and the re-
ligious workers.
Newspaper comment in Israel
I was divided, generally following
the first sessions and consideration begun of the budget to be sub-
mitted to the Congress.
Berl Locker, chairman of the Jerusalem executive, welcomed
the American members at the opening session. Eliahu Dobkin, head
of the Agency's organization department, described the arrange-
ments made for the Congress.
The Congress will start with a ceremony Aug. 14 on Mt. Herzl
at which the flags of Israel, of the President of Israel and of Dr.
Theodor Herzl's Altneuland will be massed, followed by an El
party lines. Daver, Histadruth Molei Rachmin and readings from Herzl's writings and the Prophets
organ, said that although a sta- and special pravers by Rabbi Judah Maimon.
ble majority was not achieved, it Dr A- Shalit. secretary to Dr. Herzl, will call the first session
can be "if everyone learns the of tne Congress together that same evening. President Chaim Weiz-
lesson of the elections." mann will address the opening session either in person or by broad-
Haaretz, General Zionist, said cast Irom Rehovoth. Berl Locker will then review the accomplish-
that Ben-Gurion would have to m?nts of tne Zionist movement and Premier David Ben-Gurion
" I secure the support of either the w'" tnen address the assembly. Mayor I. Shragai of Jerusalem will
same number it held in the re- ^ur^tne- "PP|"^ welcome the delegates and Dr. Nahum Goldmann will conclude the
cently dissolved Parliament. The I aPdm Zionists session with an address on the Jewish people and Israel.
General Zionists would ^20,'^ A spccial session of the congress will mark the golden jubilee
red the failure of his party as against seven in the old body; Al Ha Mishmar Mapam organ, f th j ish Natlonal Fund
tain a stable majority but Mapam 15, as against 19; Miz- said Ben-Gurion faced tne alter-]
red that the Mapai would rachi Labor, 8; Herut, 8; pro-Ma- | native of coalition with the Gen- -........................ -......
in at the helm in guiding pai Arabs, 5; Communists, 5; Pro- I eral Zionists or establishment of |
cuntrv's destinies. I gressives, 4; Agudas Israel, 2, and i a united labor front,
.table majority was not at- Agudah Laborites, 2. Haboker, General Zionist or-
i despite its imperative: The new Parliament will be I gan asserted that large^numbers, RvfriiltinU f .fc. Youth i>V Israel
sitv for our country," he de- composed of 120 deputies and at : particularly of the middle class, JERUSALEM (j*rA) Ameri-1
"Nevertheless, consider- least 62 would be required to abstained from voting. ***""**! *JJ.wtahAm movement in the United State;,
eadway has been realized form a government.------------------------------!can members of the Jewish Agen- he said must be expanded Zion.
ds consolidation of a stable The major question, in the T D..I.. IrMttl y Xecutlve s11"00^ opposed to- ist youth cer.ters must be estab-
ity. rhe pioneering" :.->vk- opinion of most observers here, j ||J|||q| DulKj ljlu"l ,,;"n demand advanced :-y Is lished and Hebrew must
novement that has guided was whether Ben-Gunon could | raeli members that the recruit- taught to the Jewish youth ev-
:,)srael Government since its form a coalition with a margin C1- J TA AnAn Ciim ment of American Jewish vouth erywhere "in order to bridge the
mtion will retain the central of safety adequate to keep the J|(]||Q I 0 UDCll jUCl l ,. e can J S lingual gap" between the coun-
(on and its course shall re- new government from facing dis- "~ ~ jfor agricultural pioneering in Is- tries outside of Israel and the
decisive until elections for aster on every Parliamentary NEW YORK CITY (AJP); rael should become the primary, Jewish state.
iird Knesset." 'vote. They speculated that the President Truman is supporting function of the Zionist movement Addressing a conference here
^ scale negotiation, towards coalition would have to command Israe,.8 stand aKainst any block. jn ^ UnUe(J S(ates
osition of a new coalition I between .65.and 70 v^0^ ade by Egypt of Suez Canal ship- The issue was raised during
r.ot start formally until the sure tjiis posit on_ r-reaicuons destined for the Jewish th r
Jewish Ageney Members Oppose
nr>iii iks sinon., rrcuiciiuna -'*e issue was
.,., ,y.. .-...any until tne freeiv voiced here that a P'ng destined for the Jewish the plenary session of the Jewish
bal and final election resu ts : ZlJ elenmeT formed State,
a leading Zionist official Agency executive row taking
announced, but in.forma id is- I ^^'^h/^n^V zVonisU; Ma" disclosed last week following a p.ace here. The American mem-
tea tnis ween Herut. could not enjoy a Vls,t to the White House. ; bers emphasized that the atmos- ,
Idy under way. Final results pa_m .r__".t_ __" .v.". t"J .u. n;___; b.a^ .;-oi nhr ir, th.. TTi.cH ??-. ic ~.>. Israel
of Jewish youth leaders and rep-
resentatives of Zionist youth
movements, Mr. Dobkin pointed
out that in addition to Chalutzim,
the Zionist movement in the
: bers emphasized that the atmos- Western countries must send to
-----".Vr h-VT """or lone tenure and that in that Benjamin B r o w d y, national phere in the United States is not Israel students and technicians
-ilKs^^^ would have t0 faCC President of the Zionist Organiza- conducive to such a -I." well as young people ready
Sis of returns from all but \ w Seneral elections
he country's 1,500 polling j '"ture.
Ions. Meanwhile, the General iOion- ?- *T"*VJ> jfV-jjV 5.IT* ZL ., ference were representative,
- achieved in the Middle Ea.t. The view of the American varioua AmericPan Zionist vouth
Referring to the importance of members was presented at the g,.oupSi as weU as delegates from
keeping the Suez Canal open for session^ by^ Hay'm Greenberg; and j atm American countries, Eur-
ope and North Africa.
ave to face president of the Zionist Urganiza- conaueive to sum a move, ai- -- j-----& k-'f *
in the near tion of America, also reported though the recruitment of Chal- vo'"nt1e"1 f^:"ne ,j;ear ST serv.:
: that the President expressed hope utzim should be encouraged and of upbuilding he Jewish
i mm that a lasti-e neace would be supported. !tate- Participating in the con-
neral Zion- ll. 'a"'.g JV^t, f",la e }Z" .u. ference were representatives from
[ben-gurion and uja chairman
talk over israel cash needs
Israel-bound shipping, Browdy Mrs. Rose Halpnn. Mr. Green-
said that "Egypt is of course out berg argued that the Zionist
to hurt Israel, but among the suf- movement in America should
ferers are not onlv Israel but the concentrate on youth education
whole international community, which would inevitably result
including the United States, in the emigration of Jewish youth
Great Britain and the nations of to Israel; it would be wasted ef-
tue Atlantic Pact 'olt to issue clarion calls for "in-
"Browdy flayed the State De- gathering American Jewish
partmenfs proposal to allocate >'outh t0 Is,ael-
$23,000,000 to Israel as a "poor Opposing Mr. G r e en be r g':
tted Tape Hlovks
DPs From I.S.
NEW YORK (JTA)Lack
co-ordination among Unil
States Government agencies a-
broad will prevent thou.^.
eligible refugees from entering
substitute" lor the proposed views were Berl Locker, chair- the United States under the D:*-
$150,000,000 grant-in-aid bill to man of the Jewish Agency ex- placed Persons Act. before the

the Jewish State.
The ZOA president said Pres-
ident Truman had entrusted him
with a message to the World
Zionist Congress and asked that
he report on Congress proceed-
ings when he returns. It marked
the first time that an American
president has sent such a mes-
sage to the Congress, Browdy
said.
Israel Ratifies UN
Refugee Convention
ie
ecutive, and Eliahu Dobkin," head December 31 deadline, Arthur
of-the Agency's immigration de- Greenleigh, executive director of
paitment. Mr. Dobkin said that the United Service for New
had the Zionist movement in the Americans, charged this week.
United States spent as much mon- Greenleigh. who returned to N
ey on the training and recruit- York from a survey of the situ-
ment of Chalutzim as is being ation in Germany. Austria an;
spent for the construction of one Italy, accused Immigration Serv-
Jewish community center in ice officials sent to Europe to
America, there would have been facilitate the processing of DPs.
a warm response on the part of of creating additional bottlene r.
American Jewish youth. land said the service "seems
Mr. Dobkin warned that the be seeking reasons to keep dis-
placed persons out of this coun-
try rather than detcrminir;
William Rosenwald. National Chairmen of the United Jewish
Ipeal. and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. in their shirt-
leves on a warm day in Jerusalem, relive th'a National Action
inference of the United Jewish Appeal held in Chicago on
\y 26-27. when 1.000 American Jewish leaders presented the
ime Minister with cash contributions totalling $16,000,000 to
? meet Israel's immigration crisis.
The book they are '..xamin'ng is one of a set of souvenir albums
the Confei'jnce at which Mr. Ben-Gurion was guest of honor
principal speaker, and which Mr. Rosenwala brought to Israel
' gift to the Prime Minister.
Mr. Rosenwald. in Israel to examine progress being made
Ith funds supplied by UJA. was received by the Prime Minister
special meeting attended by Elieier Kaplan. Minister of
nance. He assured the Prime Minister that Amorican Jews will
ntinu-e wholehearted support of upbuilding Israel through the
sited Jewish Apoeal.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. in turn, told the UJA Chairman that the
iders of Israel follow with intense interest the work of the
ited Jewish Appeal, and fully appreciate both UJA's economic
&porince to Isiael and its great educational value.
; success of Israel depends on the
Ji ws from Oriental countries now
migrating in large numbers to the which ones are eligible to enter.*1
GENEVA (JTA)The State of Jewish state and on the flow of Manv of the inspectors. I.j
Israel this week became the 13th Chalutzim froni the Western said assume an refugees to be
country to accept the Convention world who can bring meir skiUs tommunists until otherwise prov-
on the Status of Refugees draft-
ed by a United Nations confer-
ence of plenipotentiaries. The
convention defines the rights of
refugees and details measures
for the protection of these rights.
Dr. Jacob Robinson, who rep-
resented Israel at the conference,
, signed the convention. In a state-
to Israel. The Zionist youth
Hint llato Plan<
Ita.M'il Outside
en, and needlesly consume time
by duplicating investigations al-
ready made by other Government
security services. He exp:
doubts that thousands who reg-
, istered for American visas be-
ill >li,lll|*iisi fore the July 31 registration
DETROIT (AJP) Federal deadline would be able to get
authorities joined Michigan State here before the December 31
ment following the affixing of; Police this week to comb all air- deadline since the processing c
his signature. Dr. Robinson pledg- ; fields in this area for a small applications takes an average of
ed that Israel would give max- private plane which last week nine months.
inium co-operation to tne United twice sprayed a residential area \ Greenleigh, who is Chairman
Nations High Commissioner for i here with anti-Semitic hate leaf- of the advisory committee of the
Refugees assigned the task of | lets. Authorities were reportedly U.S. Displaced Persons Comnit-
supervising implementation of, convinced the craft was based tee, said that if it were not for the
the convention. The Israeli rep-' outside the state. I bottlenecks created by the Im-
resenfative described the provis- The latest tip on the plane's i migration Service, extension of
ion for supervision as "the most home base followed the appear- the deadline to December
Fund* raised bv the United Jewish Appeal's nationwide cam- revolutionary element in the con- ance of a front-page editorial in would not have been necessary.
>gn provide for the world-wide rescu. resettlement and re
Instruction programs conducted by the UJA's constituent agen-
" -the United Paestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee
United Service for New Americans.
vention." He pointed out that a Mt- Clemens newspaper blast-, "As it is," he commented, "ours
"our refugees become citizens al- i ing the tactics of the aerial hate is the most investigated immi-
most as soon as they step off the | peddlers and their anti-Ameri- i gration program of any country
boat." 'can ideas. in the world."


PAGE 2 A
+.lenlsli FIcrM/an
Emunah Chapter
Ituus Incubator
For Mount Sinai
The Emunah C ia| t< r 175, Ord-
er of the Ei sti rn Stai. present! d
check to tl M nt Sina Hos
pital of C'r. i ati r Mii
for the pure as< n Is ilette"
incubat
An Isolette is a
plastic incubat r ii
lar.ts, pren I
n life. Oi
Isolette,
not removed until hi
able t''1 survive
>tte, he is
led all treatment \
of a serii I
whit h tin- nurse a ...
ives mi d ttenl on to thi
infant.
'1 he mom y for the Is ilette n as
by the
members of this grou|
Worthy Matrons' 1951 Pi
selected in the early pai I
year by Worthy Matron Marj
Alper. who presented the i
tu Max Orcis-:;/. pn lent I I
Hospital, in the presence
pital officials and Dr, Elias Fred-
is I the medic I stafl and Mi -
FRIDAY, AUGUST
weekly Yiddish program .
Ill Nasatir's eove'Se J^*
news on Tuesday evrdIsr,*&
"Whafl Domg ,.V.n!5W
WbrtS
I narrated by Malvin KnalanH*'
' Friday. r-"Biander 0,
SUMMER prices
A, ,1 more
Shown presontinq a check for the purchase of an Isolette incu-
bator for Mount Sinai Hospital is Mrs. Mary Alner. worthy matron
of Emunah Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star. Max Orovitz.
president of the hospital, accepts the gift as Dr. Elias Freidus of
the medical staff and Mrs. Pearl Rabin look on.
Mrs Murrjj Grossman
Mrs. Grossman Flies
To Israel To Attend
World Zionist Meet
Mrs Murray Grossman, presi-
the Florida Region of
Hadassah, flew to Israel this
veek attend thi 23rd World
Zionist C ngi in .1, i usali
eti d di Ii iti !!
.- is atten lii g thi i onferer.ee
'' Confi leration of
>i ral '/.. nists, u hi h conven-
n Jerusali Augusl 7
I thei tit hi :
:ation at t e C< ngress open-
.-. igust 14.
Mrs. Gro
Ha-
ll tour 1 i'ith i
led in
She will
t Rome. 1
turn to M
n fou
.... I equipment
. tutarj n inul turin
' I I
_______._________~ will i
rea It will contain over 40.000
: : feel il
Witl | the new
plant, Seashore will bring out ..
pickles, sauerkraut, horse-
and other condiments
packaged in pliofilm containers.
These products are designed to
sell at a price which will meet
all competition, Kapchuk said.
Seashore is also exclusive dis-
I r for Streit's Matzo Prod-
ucts. The company distributes
Vita Fish Products. Hy-Grade
Frai kfurthers and Provisions and
are direct receive:.- ol smoked
Iish products and other grocer)
specialties.
The thu I gem ation in the
pickle business, Kapchuk learn
i d the secret.- of his trade as a
Pearl Rabin, chairman of the
ways and means committee of the
Emur.ah Chapter.
Seashore Food Products To Open
Food Processing Plant In Opa Locka
Harry Kapchuk has come a
long way sinci he hit this n
city three
He : as pai la} i la ii
rel of pickles ill pickle
and
ire Food I C
ncl ::
and distri ml I 343 Jef-
Avenue, M B
proci
tory. soon I
701 N.W 27tl Avenu Opa
I
In additioi
in B nt n B w hi i e he
,-egetabl
The Opa I.- k plai ; will
trom his father. Isaac, who
livinn in semi-retirement in New
supervises the operation
veral pickle factories there
A veteran of five and a half
years service during World War
II. Kapchuk, known to everyone
as Kappy, is a< tive in a nui
I rgani :al ions in Beth
David Coi YMHA, Elks
and thi
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)AY. AUGUST 10, 1951
+Je*isli IkiiHir
PAGE 3 A
\Vll Say...
ned peculiarly appropriate to spend Tisha
w jn the former capital of Na/ilard. Four cfttas-
[ ,, aid to have happened on this day: the
I ruction of Jerusalem in 586 B.C. by Nebuch-
, the burning of Herod's Temple by the
{ under Titus; the fall of Bethar. the last
I j of Bar Kochba's rebellion in the second
| after Christ; the expulsion from Spain jn
[astrophies old and new
ontemporary eyes, each of these calamities
tared a major disaster, sufficient to rate a separ-
, : mourning. The aggregate of agonies heap-
I this day and their deleterious effect upon
(course of Jewish history make the Ninth of
H- premiere day in all memorials. Yet all those
[ters combined do not approach the Nazi holo-
in scale or magnitude. Apart from their polit-
I consequences or demoralizing results, all four
[rdies hardly aggregate half of the murders
ht about by Hitler.
TER MEMORIES
lattend the Tisha B'av night service in a Syr.a-
Tjo "n Pestalozzi Strasse. The rebuilt structure
fie yard is a far cry from the splendors of the
lificent synagogues in the Fassanen or Oranien-
ter Strassen, in ruinsnot by American block
I,:- but from the incendiary mobs of Gobbels'
tii Troopers. Here worship the shattered sur-
Irs of Berlin's once proud Jewry. Mainly older
I, hid and saved by their Aryan in-laws, they
|titute a pathetic lot. Too old to emigrate, they
for the release of death with hearts full of bit-
memories. With their own eyes they had seen a
fban far greater than Judea Capta. but without
stimulating memory of patriots dying sword in
in defense of soil and hearth.
Tisha B'av In Berlin
THE SURVIVORS
The foilbwinj ing I attend service in a
hoi the
Zoo on Kurfuerstendamm. Th -
ty of the Judi chi i ;
' Gi si p i.....i not yet b< to it
Ithough use I .
ted. Tiie worshippers, with Kazett nun
ied on their arms are chiefly sui vivoi
tration camps, snatched n irai usly from tl rem-
a. Othei lugees in fron
countries behind the Iron Curtain after the Ki<
: >m warned them not to w ::on from
lite governments.
THE WORSHIPPERS
There is something authentic about these mourners
of Zion as they sit on low stools or boxes chanting
.- Kinos. This anthology of poems, laments, ele-
gies, and dirges commemorate the calamities oi
times past and reproduced in our own day. The
is real; the pathos of Tisha B'av in the stark, impro-
vised prayer room of Berlin is genuine. One feels
they are relivir.g their own ghastly experiences.
They understand the anthology of tragedies that
make up the Kinos. To them speak ancestral voi -
lamenting annually the burnt sanctuary and di
tated Jerusalem, the martyrdom of Akiba and the
rebels against Roman tyranny. They recall the
Crusade slaughters, the Black Death butcheries, the
Inquisition tortures, the Chmelniciki massacres, the
Russian pogroms. In the dirges also are subtle ovi -
tones of centuries in sunless Ghettos, degrading oc-
cupations, oppressive laws, restrictive economies, hu-
miliating discriminations, religious hatreds, spirit-
ual depressions.
THE PATHETIC SERVICE
The lengthy service closes with the bearded read-
i.'. eated without shoes, sobbing the deathless
lamentations of Jeremiah's Echu. It is significant
By HARRY SIMONMOFF
that these deeply moving lints of Lamentations, per-
haps the saddest words ever written, were never
appreciated by Christians, Non-Jews tend to'
' ese breaking verses with the half
'.: ntemptUOUS term Jeremiads. Of
. it is nol then- funeral. But to the Shearith
Haplayta they reveal a depth of anguish, grief and
inplu bed D3 !!. Gentile, who can at besl feel
tragedy of Echo only vicariouslyperhaps
the i xtenl hi suffers on hearing of a pairful ex-
that happened to a stranger. Only these
uppers at t Berlin Chapel, whose wives and
il Iren were snatched before their eyes and east
burning ovens, i an truly appreciate these thren-
oldies:
"Judah would dwell among the nations, hut
lindeth no rest."
"Thou has mad.- us the off-scourings and
: .-i in thl midst of the peoples "
"All ye that pass by. look and see if there be
sorrow like unto my sorrow: the young
i the old lie or. the ground in the streets:
virgins and my young men are fallen by
t;u sword."
A PERMANENT MEMORIAL DAY
I sit watching the Shearith Haplayta and marvel
quicklj they are forgotten. The wisdom of set-
:ir.g apart a fast day for remembering monumental
iters becomes obvious. If there were no Tisha
B'av. it would lie necessary to inaugurate a Dav ol
Mourning for the six million victims who perished
at tin command of a half crazed monster. There-
are some who argue that with the establishment of
Medinat Israel th< re is no point in retaining Tisha
B'av on the Jewish calendar But a visit to Dachau,
Bergen-Belsen, Bucher.wald, or Aussehwitz should
nvince any one thai regardless of how strong Israel
grows, Tisha B'av must forever remain the overall
Memorial Day to Jewish martyrdoms.
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rjewist fhrldfrr
FRIDAY. AUGUST
EDITORIAL
'
Masts In fceriiiany
A tragic, but net unexpected chain of reaction
end counter-reccticn is continuing in West Ger-
many. The more cuthoiity the Germans are given
by the Western Allies, the more they tend toward
dishonored rnen and ideas.
Every Allied steo in relaxing occupation con-
trols over the past three yecrs and more has been
followed by the appointment of additional ex-
Nazis to government positions, more brazen de-
mands for the fulfillment of German "honor" and
-ere clcmorinq for further concessions. Now.
just after the U.S. House of Representatives voted
overwhelmingly to end the state of wai with
Germany, the blindness of our policy has again
beer, cerr.cr.strcted.
The new demonstration is perhaps the clear-
es: yet. A careful documented investigation by ^
:.-.e :.Vc:ld Jewish Ccr.gress he* shown that well-'
known ex-Nazis in considerable numbers have
ceer. r.crr.ed to Ihe Fore.gn Office cf the Bonn
Government. The study illustrated that a number
Cf these men were ::a::-.;d by and served under
ven Ribbentrop or.c :hct they were themselves
:- lilty of crimes against mankind.
The iist oi names uncovered by the World
"e-.vish Conaress ic a dreary end sccdenmc com-
mentary en the bankrupt morals c: the West Ger-
man regime. Wiihelm Meichers. head of the
Nazi Fcreign Office's Near Eastern Division who
dealt with the Mufti; Dr. Kurl Heinbuig, director
of von Ribbentrop's East European Division who
co-signed documents concerning Jewish depor-
tctions to death campsthese and others of equcl
notoriety have been named to influential po-
sitions.
What is particularly shocking is the fact print-
ed to by the World Jewish Congress that Adenau-
er, the Bonn Premier is also that government's
Foreign Minister and thus personally responsible
:o: these appointments of ex-Nazis to posts where
rePCrt,(
First Requisite of Education
they not only will deal with the rest of the world
en equal terms but will help make policies which
could decide whether there will be peace or war.
The democratic world should know better by
now. It i= difficult to understand how we can, by
ending the state of war, fully legitimatize a state
whose diplomatic corps and other government de-
partments are flooded with the proteges of the
men against whom we fought in the Second
World War.
Mount Sinai (.rows
Mount Sinai Hospital's first annual
colorfully illustrated chronicle of the cctiviti*
the Jewish-sponsored medical institution from i
opening in December, 1949, through December iH
1950. is now in the mail.
The record is a distinguished cneone
which the Jews of the community mcy well ink
pride. Mount Sinai has taken care of 6.570
tients, 698 of these free. There have been $41
births, 4,841 emergency treatments, 2.960 ope,
tions. 41,587 laboratory examinations, 1,888 ck
ic visits, 2,056 blood transfusions, 6,604 u
treatments.
During this period, the hospital won the 1*
ognition of the American College cf Suroslj
and received approval by the American Medkdl
Association for training of interns. Already ft,
first class cf interns is at the institution.
With such impressive achievements, anoiha
hospital miaht be content to let up for a whjj.
and rest on its laurels. But not Mount Sinai \
is striving to become more than a ccod hospital i
"It must be ... it WILL be ... a greet instituta
devoted not only to the care of the sick, but ah
to research and tecching in every field of merj;
cine and its allied branches," the report states. I
With this as the hospital's uhirr.cte goal, At |
hospital trustees are planninq a new hospH
building, additional clinic facilities, pracScd
nurses' training, and an experimental anind
clinic.
Though there has been much criticism j f
Mount Sinai, the minor defects which evoke IS
criticism are to be expected in an institution*!
tempting to accomplish so much in such a it*
period of iime.
Congratulations for the amazing progress a 1
institution has made in its year and one half a j
existence are due to Samuel Gertner, executm|
director of the hospital. Max Orovitz, its pres I
dent, and other members of the beerd of trustees
Post Election Comment
Lending Papers Hnil Poll fount
As Pro-West: 1'rge 2-Partu System
Two of the nations leading daily
newspapers this week hailed the
Israeli national election returns
is further cementing the Jewish
State's ties to the Western Pow-
ers. One of them urged that Is-
rael junk its system of propor-
tional representation in favor of
a two-or-three-party system.
The influential New York
Times hailed the second general
political election in Israel as
"demonstrating once again if
any demonstration were needed
that here is a genuine outpost
of democracy in the Middle East."
Pointing out that the system
of proportional representation
employed in Israel "seems to lead
inevitably to a multitude of
splinter parties and to the con-
sequent necessity of coalition
government with "all the instabil-
ity that that implies." the Times
commented that "perhaps when
the Israelis get around to writing
their Constitution which they
have not done yetthey will
come to the conclusion that a two
or even a three-party system
may. with all its faults, lead to
a stronger and therefore more
desire-bale type of government
than the theoreticaly more re-
sponsive but practically less
.-table form of democracy that
1 en
Israel's election returns were
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P-.b'is'ied every Friday tinct 1921
'.. Ths Jewsh Ficidian at '20 N. E.
Sixth ttreet. Miami 18. Florida. En
'er-d as tecond-clasj matter July A
1930, at th Post Office of Miami,
Fia under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Floridian nas absorbec
the Jewish Un.ty and t"e Jewish
Weekly Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Seven Arts Featu-e
Syro.cate. Wond.wide News Servie*
National Editor,al Association. Ameri.'
cen Association of English-Jewish
Newspapers. Florida Press Association
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guarantee the Ka.shruth of the mer-
thaniixi mlvertiHed In Ita columna
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interpreted by the New York
Herald Tribune as a victory for
the Allies over Communism.
, "Both the small Communist
party and the larger Mapam
which stands closest to the Reds
among the independent groups
did rather poorly in the balloting
and are likely to play a lessening
role in the next Knesset." the
; Tribune commented, adding
. "judging from the election re-
! turns. Israel's ties to the West
: are firmer than ever."
The Tribune, acknowledging
! that "the emergence of the Gen-
eral Zionists as Israel's second
largest political force was not a
, surprise," contended, however.
j that it's strong showing "may
i have been something of a shock
i to the Ben-Gurion adherents."
Obituaries
MORRIS ZARROW
*6. ol in, (an Drive, passed era)
i ii loth Tl emalm > sri lei l
*.t. New Y -rk for services and Inter-
ment by Beach Memorial Chapel. 1850
Alton Road
NATHAN GOULD
i passed away on Auarusfl Srd Serv-
ices Were held :it Beach Memorial
Chapel, I860 Alton Road, interment
followed In Mt Nebo Cemetery.
1
I
Rosenfield-He's Better Than Houdmi
Capital Spotlight
UI'HARP HAIlKCKE
S. of 3Z5S S W. Stnd Tern.. .-. passed
away AuRj>t Jnd. He leaves three
daughters. Mrs. Doris Nash, Mrs
Eleanor Bowei and Mrs Louise bervicea were conducted .it "The Mi-
ami Riverside," West Hairier at 20th
Avenue, Interment followed in Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery.
JACOB NtSSMAN
of 2310 8.W. 11th Stieet, 6*. pa'sed
away on AukuM 3rd. He leaves two
sons, Mitchell and Herbert; three
daughters, Mrs. Irene t'ohn. Mrs
! Sylvia Carle and Miss Sondra Nuss-
I maun Services were held at "The
H ami Riverside." W. Hagler at 20th
! Avenue; interment followed al Mt
' Blnal Cemetery. Rabbi Murray Orauer
I conducted the services.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
VOLUME 24 NUMBER 32
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951
AV 8, 5711
MApton Article On
Ueaeh Published
An article on Miami Beach
; written by Joseph M. Lipton,
1 president of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Co.. is pub-
! lished in the July issue of the
Savings and Loan News.
Lipton. chairman of the com-
mittee arranging the fifty-ninth
annual convention of the United
States Savings and Loan League.
held at the Beach N
the at1
resort
tips to pi
'
. i
with
ts of unusual int .
"Miami Bead is i modern
and dazzling, a network of 30-
odd islands." Lipton writes. "It's
a jewel-like spot of rejecting
i lanes and parks, with eight miles
of sandv beaches. .
"The 371 ornate hotels that line
the ocean shore for about six
miles constitute Miami Beach's
best-known feature. Most of them
have been built in the last ten
years. All of them are noted for
Uieir modernity, their decora-
tiveness and the variety and di-
versity of their services. Most
oi me hotels are air-conditioned
and many have cabana-bordered
swimming pools."
The convention chairman winds
up with a brief but complete
hisory of the famed watering
DAVID ROLL
S.W, .",th Avenue, passed
August 4th Surviving is his
Mildred Services were held at
Miami Riverside." W Planter al Win
Avenue with Rabbi Murray Orauer
offlclatlnt Interment followed in Mt
E Ins i Ct metery.
iwaj
wife,
Th(
.1 Aii .1; GREEN
7". of :,i>4 nth Street, paast d awi
pis resldei......n August 6th. ll-
leaves a son Harold and a daughter,
Mis Lena Oldstone, both > \.
^ oik Citj. where the n ma
sent by M | n Rlvei aide lot
and Inti i ment.
ANNA PEARL GANELLIN
of 242 W
of New Voi
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Harry Houdini was a Jew who specialized in petting hiratf
out of chairs and tight places. Harry Rosenfield IS a Jew w
specializes in getting thousands of people out'of chains of red I.
and such tight places as displaced persons camps. Rosenfield |
probably a better magician than Houdini.
As U.S. Displaced Persons Commissioner, Rosenfield has te\
only gotten 250,000 out of Europe, despite a spitefully unworkibk]
DP act, but has also succeeded in defeating the Iron Curtain ideas (J I
Sen. Pat MacCarran. Rosenfield's theory is that immigration is M
only healthy for the immigrant but also for America; that Ameria
doesn't build immigrants as much as immigrants build Amend
Testimony to the truth of Rosenfield's theory is seen in the mapa
change he helped bring about in the governmental attitude town"!
immigration. Instead of finding ways to keep people out, the jot
ernment is actually trying to find ways to bring them in.
While Rosenfield was busy trying to bring homeless refurMJ
into the U.S.. Sen. McCarran was equally busy trying to keep Ross]
field out of the DP Commission. As one of the three-member J
mission appointed by President Truman, Rosenfield drew the moil
difficult job. He was and still is the legislative liaison member. Wl
attitude of many legislators toward DP legislation is well-taoill
while the attitude of Senate Judiciary Chairman Pat MacCamnll
even infamous. If Houdini worked miracles, then RoserfielflJ
legerdemain surpassed even that.
Fought For DPi
Rosenfield fought for a liberal DP program on lhe grous* |
that it is much mou dangerous to build an Iron Curtain menlilitT
than it is lo allow free access to America subject only to indiridtf
screening His loea is that ii is difficult to maintain peace in *
world unless the displaced persons are placed. He called the .
program "Americas Arsenal of Peace."
Wh.n the DP Act of 1948 was written, its terms were
nnr.gent that pessimists said that not only would no DP's be*
rnitted but that it was doubly certain that not a single Jew *
make it. Actually, the DP Commission worked the 'unworkable
t it ..mended in 1950 and more recently it v rrfed. '
bout 20 pi rent of the DP's have been Jewish, upresenU'l
ai proximate ly 50.000 of th, 250.000 admitted.
elped implement reforms in what was this country'
i'.
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I'hllail,
"
ter, Jean ol
t t he M i ,

Park M
: : ng people on the fl
. ealth of their si ion ai ritei
eralizing thang.
lec-i*naU,ve.Ne' Yorker. Rosenfield was known as th: pW
lesol assistant of Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. Rcsenfieli fi9
Dade Chest Budget
Committee Listed
William J. Tyler, certified pub-
lic accountant, has been appoint-
ed budget committee vice presi-
dent of the Dade County Com-
munity Chest.
Other members of the commit- '
tee include George Chertkof.
John Cheatham, Sidney Lefcourt
Mrs. H. D. Freeman, the Rev
Gladstone Rogers. E. S. Sawtelle
John F. Zeder, R. Hardy Math-
eson. Mrs W. I. Mussett, C. R :
Parker. Mrs. Johnson H. Pace '
Henry Peacock.
studv fn hev,UniV,,s,tv "f Maryland. She recently wo', a f*"j'
, '- hipf awarded by the American Council of}****
:'u, th, Smily '''d MyS hlS nly chl,d' eight-year-old Manan*,
Drincl^r'!;,1'' 'et .N*W York ln 19 to come, to Washington*
served sh?*L f"r th? Fed"l Security AdministrationJJ
an. f rmVr tant ,0 SUch m a P^ McNutt Oscar R. **
at on Id55'?" of Emigration Watson B. Miller. K*
he was .M5 u r?f the Union and welfare messagf* In'
delegate ^n^Cd ,^V Prs,dent Truman to memberships*^
(UNBrnuir UnIte^ Natio"s Economic and Social Con
np.^ at Gcneva. Switzerland He was later appointed W "
d^ayeTihrCh ^th^gh ~nfirnStio"of SfeSfi^
iHrrinic. KhL the ,nfl"ence of Judjciarr ehairman McCarran,
administration has stood squarely^u^him^^


llDAY, AUGUST 10. 1951
*Jenisfincrkfi&r7
PAGE 5 A
md Rally Slated For September 10
i inary plans for a COUU- tertainment and up-to-the-minute
Hj in behalf of the information about Israel," Lieb-
,,.,: wan an-
, .<. It will take
; ,| Miami Civic
[ght, Sept. 10,
i yacht Pnns
n eting will be
ship of tb*
itions oi
flj : Co nfnittee for
I 1 Government.
v s iulman, chairman
- bureau of the
ial ..nd Develop:

man said.
In chaise of the I
mittee .'.-aded by Mi.-;. Bei .i..:
fer, bor.d (haionan ol the Pion-
eer Women. Other mi mb rs are
Mrs. Harry Gersien. Hadassah; I
Mrs. Emariuel Karger, Mizrachi;
Milton Friedman, B'nai B'ril
Ben Zion GinsbuiK- Zionist Or-
ganization of America; a: d Jo-
seph Duntov. Workmen's Circle.
Ni ,\i meeting of the Council ol
will Organizations is scheduled lor
i, iration for Israel, .
Mrs. Shulman Aug. IS, Liebman announced.
led as one of the nation's ; Time and place will be an-
ties on the Inde- nounced later, he said.
u ue and current de- Volunteer bond workers, mean-
ts in Israel. | while, have begun an intensive
F em er organizations of! campaign to collect unrealized
,,, uil will participate, ac- I commitments to purchase bonds.
;. Sevmour B. Liebman. I Of $617,650 in commitments
of the body which in-I for South Florida, $192,100 is un-
than 50 member realized, according to Milton S-
Malakoff, area manager for the
Ut< mgh final plans have not I American Financial and Develop-
, n completed, we ar.tici- | ment Corporation for Israel.
unusual program of en-
Rabbi Skcp To Speak
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will
speak on the approaching holiday
of Tisha B'av on Sunday at 10
a m. on Schachter's Jewish Pro-
gram over WTTT._______________
Muriel Hirsch Pick maps plans for a proposed boxing event for
Variety Children's Hospital benefit in October with Radio Com-
m^ntator Art Green, left, and Charles C. Goldberg, general man-
ager of the Delano Hotel.
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Jack Regal 'left) and Don
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*h certifical.-s of merit voted
m by the Norman Bruce
own Post. Jewish War Veter-
6 for "years of outstanding
d loyal work to the post '
Ssentation was maca by Hy
Mor.is center*, past de-
tment commander, at the
.jlar morthly membership
kak.'ast of the post, held at
Gables Club.
All Cream Cheese is
iami Masada To
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Y ung Zionist District
. ) ... lor.sor a Beat
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Sui August 12, at
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Farewell Dinner Hoik
A farewell party was tendered
In honor of Mrs. Sarah Sive
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the Jei Home I
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Mrs Cz left I
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which art- earmarked for
,me. She li also donating a
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riber for the use of the
Mrs Czech came to Miami
ears ago from Chicago,
operated foui specialty
She ;;- par* owner of the
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*IDAY. AUGUST 10, 1951
* knistnrridi^iti
PAGE 7 A
from Bus Boy To Warehouse Head,
lew American Buys Israeli Bond
K
-fv
Smiling with pride as he shows the Israel bond he purchased
his employer and to his vocational adviser is Rubin Offenbach.
|fl. first Greater Miamian admitted under the D.P. Act of 1948 to
archase a bond from tha local office of the American Financial
id Development Corporation for Israel. Looking on with satis-
tion at the success of the Polish-born employee of the Miami
jci Co. are Ben Alboum, left, general manager of Ih company,
kd Harold Kramer, executive director of the Jewish Vocational
irvice.
\: bus boy to warehouse
-.. : one of the South's
-: rug companies in less
two years. That's the story
I : -old Rubin Offenbach.
Greater Miami resident ad-
Ited under the D.P. Ait to pur-
Be ;i State of Israel Bond.
I zing in the United States
14, 1949. Offenbach was
lout funds, knowledge of
|hsh or ar.y means of sup-
He brought with him his
and a daughter, Eve, then 2
h old.
he Polish-boin refugee was
lediately placed under the
prvision of the Jewish Social
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SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
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for 25 years the name
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Greater Miami Jewish
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Rubin and his family with finan-
cial assistance before he became
self-Mipporting.
Rubin graduated from Choj-
rice University in Poland with a
degree in business administra-
tion, but had no knowledge of
English. Upon his arrival in Mi-
ami, the National Council of Jew-
ish Women immediately began
giving Olfenbech English lessons
and today his speech is that of
any American college graduate.
During the long months it took
before he arrived in this coun-
try, he believed that he would
never have a chance to put his
college training to use. Now,
however, the Miami Rug Com-
pany warehouse he manages evi-
dences his business administra-
tive ability.
Soon after he was brought to
Miami by the Joint Distribution
Committee, Rubin found a job as
a bus boy in a Miami Beach ca-
feteria. He1 took the work because
"I want willing to accept cuariiy
while waiting lor a bettei posi-
tio: ."
Later. Offenbach found an-
other job that of porter at Mt.
Sinai Hospital- through the ef-
forts ol the Jewish Vocational
Service. That agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has already placed more than 130
refugees in positions ranging
from salesman to sculptor.
Harold Kramer, executive di-
rector of J.V.S., which maintains
offices in the Langford Building,
constantly is seeking better em-
ployment for the penniless Jews
admitted to the Greater Miami
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employers and provides a follow-
up program as part of their reg-
ular function of vocational coun-
seling ar.d placement services.
While Rubin was working as a
hospital porter. Kramer contacted
J. William Baros. president of
the Miami Rug Company. Bar-
rows agreed to try out Offenbach,
and in July, 1950, placed him on
the payroll.
Baros \>> k a special inl
in Rubin, and found him a will-
ing, capable and industi
worki Even as Offenbach was
utting nd sewing
divisions of the carpet bu i
.' bvii'us to p, iro
t: at the hiil had executive abil-
ity.
In the second week of his em-
ployment Barns voluntarily
gave Rubin a pa) raise, and soon
gave him the positions he holds
today, "one of responsibility anJ
trust." according to the company
president.
"We have found that rufugees
should not be judged as a group,
but rather as individuals. Some
arc diligent, others indolent:
some smart, other not so smart.
Our experience with Mr. Offen-
bach has been highly successful."
Offenbach's purchase of an Is-
rael Bond was revealed when
Kramer met him on the way to
| the recent Golda Myerson "Salute
j to Israel" rally, to which bond
; purchasers were admitted free.
Asked why he had bought an
Israel Bond. Rubin quickly re-
plied "Now that I'm able. I want
to help those Jews who aren't
makii g a living get a chance nec-
: essary for employment. Only
j through the bond issue can Is-
I rael he made economically self-
' sufficient."
Otfenbach said "I will be al-
ways grateful to Mr. Baros for
extending me the opportunity to
. gain a position which today af-
tords me a comfortable living,
; and to Mr. Kramer and the Jew-
is] Vocational Service for find-
ing work for me. And I'll buy
mi .i Israel Bonds as so n ..^ I
possibly can.
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llDAY. AUGUST 10. 1951
+Jewish Hrridian
Page 9A
Personally Speaking
Miamians vacationing at the Osceola Lake Inn. Henderson-
s, N.C.. include Mr. and Mrs. Hairy August and family, Mrs.
Lis Margulies, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kline and daughter,
3rey, Herman H. Kanter, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Meyer, Mr.
Mrs. Max Stiller, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blumin and family, Mr.
Mrs. A. B. Laitin.
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Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Steine, 335 West 46th Street, Miami
Itch, marked their forty-third wedding anniversary Thursday.
ky were married in 1908 in Baltimore and have three child-
Mrs. A. H. Shifrin and Mrs. Theodore Gulkis of Miami and
lip Steine of Washington, and six grandchildren. The Steines
ae to Miami from Baltimore 26 years ago.
* *
Rabbi and Mr-?. Murray Grauer announce the birth of a son,
Hd Israel, born August 5. The bris will be held Sunday,
|ust 12, at 2:30 p.m. at the Grauer home, 1945 S.W. 13th
* *
Arriving this week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Moses
Iger, and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, is Mrs. Bror
Jlberg, who has closed her house in Cuba for the season,
here she will go to the Hampton Hcuse in New York.
* *
[Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kanter of Miami Beach left this week
Chicago, where they will attend a Bar Mitzvah. They were
[wnpanied by their granddaughter, Diane Kayner, who has
visiting them here.
* *
|Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky and daughter, Stella Regina,
lotoring to New York, where they will visit Mr. Stitsky's
its, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stitsky of the Bronx. They will also
tion in upper New York state before returning here the end
jgust.
* *
Irs. P R. Berglund, 1055 S. W. 5th Street, was hostess at a
shower at her home on-Thursday, August 9. in honor of
[Bernard Kitchin. Mrs. Kitchin is the former Zelda Berlin,
iter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Berlin of Miami Beach.
* *
Juests at the Martinigue Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Stein and son of Houston, Texas. Mr. Goldstein is execu-
iirector of the Jewish Federation of Houston.
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birthday party honored two brothers, Harry L. Lipp-
citrus man of Orlando, and Sidney Lippman, attorney of
ido and Miami Beach. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs.
jverman of New York and Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Ian, Paterson, N.J., and Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. S.
n of Fleur de Lys, Casselbury, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. I.
iman, Chicago and Miami Beach; Mrs. Belle'Heims of
snsack, NJ.; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Arkow, Chicago; Mr.
tfrs. H. Lippman, Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach; Mr.
[Mrs. H. Gassell. Jersey City, N.J., and Miami Beach; Mr.
Mrs. Max Greenberg, Miami Beach.
* *
ienry R. Weiss, 20. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Weiss, 341
30th Road, enlisted in the Marines at Jacksonville la3t
* *
Ir. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk announce the birth of a son,
Steven, on July 29 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Paternal
Iparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk of Coral Gables,
rnal grandmother is Mrs. L. H. Koenig, Milwaukee, Wis.
* *
licmians vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
[are Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Stupell, Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Thorpe.
pd Mrs. Sam Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ginson. Mrs. G.
Blstein, Mrs. Sylvia Singer, Mrs. Sid Sire, Mrs. Ethel Stern
)avid Miller.
* *
^pending several weeks at Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
[N.C.i are Judge and Mrs. J. N. Morris and Mr. and Mrs.
lichter, all of Miami Beach.
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i. and Mrs. Elias Gurfein are leaving August 14 for Great
L.I., where they will attend the wedding of their grand-
iter, Phyllis Gurfein, daughter of the David Gurfeins, to
Gilston. The event will take place on September 2. The
ins will return here before the High Holidays.
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idge and Mrs. Irving Cypen of Miami Beach recently re-
i from a vacation in the Caribbean. Kingston. Montego
md Tcwer Isle. Jamaica, and Port au Prince, Haiti, were
leir itinerary. Judge Cypen is former municipal judge of
li Beach.
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saving for New York Saturday night ar Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin, 4494 Adams Avenue, Miami Beach. On August
sy will sail for South America. Stopovers in Rio de Janeiro,
^s, Sao Paulo, Montevideo. Buenos Aires and Trinidad
their schedule. In Sao Paulo, the Rubins will visit rela-
* *
'acationing at the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach, for the month
^gust are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald of Brooklyn. Mr. Wald.
b chairman of the youth commission of the Mizrachi Or-
rtion of America, is planning to organize a Noar Mizrachi
fh :n this area. Mrs. Wald is vice president of the Miz-
Women's Organization of America.
* *
Ir. and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin of Miami Beach have just
led from a six-week trip to California, where they visited
I son, Jules, now attending the Naval Reserve Officers
pdate School in Treasure Island. Another son, Stanley, a
it at the University of Miami, has been elected to Phi Eta
national honorary scholastic fraternity.
Rita Elaine Goldweber, Arthur Jonas
Exchange Vows At Gables Woman's Club
The Coral Gables Women's The brides brother, Morton
Goldweber to Arthur Jonas on
couple, was best man. Mr. Gold-
Sunday at 4 p.m. Dr. Jacob H. enberp. Marshall Chern and Sey-
Kaplan read the service. mour Goldweber served as ush-
The bride is the daughter of ers
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldweb-
Herbert McGreevy was soloist
Sarita Shulman
Betrothal Told
Bethrothal of Miss Sarita Shul-
man to Harvey H. Stahl. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Stahl.
5161 S.W. 4th Street, has been
announced by her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Moris Shulman, 1230
S.W. 2nd Avenue.
The bride-elect is a graduate ,
of Miami Senior High School,
where she was a member of Tau
Alpha Omega. A former sweet-
heart of AZA, Miss Shulman is
now attending the University of
Miami and the University of
South Carolina.
Mr. Stahl was graduated from
Miami tfigh School and the Uni-
versity of Miami and is now in
the Armed Forces stationed at
Fort Jackson, S.C.
The couple were feted at a re-
ception July 21 at the Shulman '
home. The event also marked
Miss Shulman's birthday.
.[rnht! T^'l 1.AVCnU.'Cr" "nd P"i|iis M. Martin, organist.
ent mJ h M^nS Pai" A reception followed at the
Jrtr?win Aj?u\Bcn}3mm llub- The newlyweds left for
rtl 48t'VAVu'nu;'' Portsmouth, N.H, where they
,r ,hH,m;"TlaRC' by hC/ fath" will reside temporarily,
er, the bride wore a period gown
of white Chantilly lace fashioned
with a long-sleeved fitted bodice
and sweetheart neckline edged
in seed pearls. The full skirt
featured a cascade back which
extended into a cathedral train.
Her fingertip veil fell from a
cap of lace and pearls. She car-
ried a bouquet of carnations and
stephanotis. and I er only jewelry
was a lavaliere, gift of the bride-
groom's parents.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Alfred J. Solomon, who
was attired in coral tissue faille.
She carried a basket of white
shasta daisies.
Miss Ruth Jonas and Mrs. Dav-
id Goldcnberg. sisters of the
bridegroom, were maid of honor
and bridesmatron. Their gowns
and flowers were like Mrs. Solo-
mon's.
Card Party Will
Aid Youth Aliyah
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will sponsor the sec-
ond in a series of card parties
for Youth Alivah Mir.yonim on
Monday. August 13, at the Sor- MODERN
rento Hotel. ORTHODOX RABBI
Mrs. Lew.s M Escott. chapter St, , -ordinator for the project will 1:,,;V Daya to conduct entire serv-
Mrs. Arthur Jonas
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be assisted bv Mesdames Aaron
ices. Doing Post-grad work. Ex-
Courshon. Donald Murray Harry t.cllcnt references. experience.
Platoft, Irving Frumkes. Bernard i good speaker Write f. L.. Box
Goldberg, Sadie Shapiro. Jacob 2973. Miami 18.
Davis and Nina Amsterdam.
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eligious Directory...
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
fl hold services Friday eve-
L at 8:15. Music, prayer and
fmonette. James W. White-
fd. Florida Director of the Na-
nal Conference of Christians
Jews, will deliver a talk in
absence of Rabbi Leon Kro-
lh. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
01 present the musical portions
] the service. Religious school
kistration and membership at
k synagogue offices.
femple Israel oj Miami (Re-
i) will hold its Friday eve-
! services at 8:15. Dr. Jacob
Caplan will read the prayers
talk on "Food and Decora-
is.' There will be no Satur-
morning services during the
tuner months. Enrollment for
Jgious school and application
membership may be made at
office daily from 9 to 5.
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Beth El Congregation (Ortho-
dox) will hold Friday services
at 6:30 p.m. Services Saturday
morning at 8:30. Tisha B'av serv-
. ice Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Serv-
[ ices Sunday, at 8 a.m. Mincha at
1 p.m. Daily services will be held
at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold its sum-
mer religious services at the
air-conditioned home of Israel
Richman, 411 82nd Ter. Friday at
8:15 p.m. and Saturday at 9:15
a.m. Rabbi Abramowitz will con-
duct services and Cantor Ben
Grossberg will assist.
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
I held daily Monday through Fri-
Iday from 10 a. m. to noon.
North Dade Jewish Center will
| conduct services..Friday at 3:15
p. m. Joseph Ro&nf eld'will offi-
ciate.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
I (Liberal) late Friday evening
service will continue each Friday
at 8:15 p. m. throughout the sum-
mer months. A feature of the
I services will be the open forum
: Oneg Shabbat on the patio with
I Sabbath singing and readings
from Jewish literature. Cantor
Irving Robinson will assist Rab-
bi Morris Skop in Sabbath Cho-
zan. Sermon will be on "The
Message of the Famous Hebrew
Prophet" Saturday services be-
gin August 11 at 9:45 a.m. with
the Bar Mitzvah of Joel Smul-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smulson.
! Kneseth Israel Congregation
; (Orothodox) Friday evening serv-
ices 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services at 8:30 a.m. At 4:30 p.m.
i 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-
plete the services. Daily services
at 8 a. m. followed by a class
| in .Jewish Laws and customs
I Hebrew school is held daily Mon-
day through Thursday from 3:30
to 6:30 p. m. *
Beth David (Conservative) will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9 a.m. Tisha B'av service
Saturday evening at sundown.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on
"A New Jerusalem." Reserva-
tions for the High Holidays are
being taken at the office, 9-3469.
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
early F.-iday 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
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9, all under the direction
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
Miami Hebrew 3chcol and Con-
gregation (Orthodox) will hold
services on Friday at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morning services wili
be held at 8:30. Mincha at 6:30
p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos
and Maariv. Hebrew classes meet
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Daily
services are held at 7:30 a.m. and
7 p.m.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox)
will conduct Friday evening serv-
ices at 7 p. m. and Saturday at
9 a. m. Mincha will be held "at 7
p.m. with Shalos Sudos following.
Services are held daily at 7 a.m.
and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morn-
ing services at 8.
Downtown Synagogue (Ortho-
dox) will hold its daily services
at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Friday
evening 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
Maariv.
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.
j Tijereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter will hold services Friday at
6:30 p. m. and Saturday morn-
ing services at 9. Rev. George
Goldberg will officiate.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will begin
i late Friday services at 8:30 p. m.
1 Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant
the services. Onei, Shabbat will
1 follow.
I 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 Friday at
6:30 and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will officiate
at all services. Harold, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodman, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold Friday
evening services at 6:15 and
Saturday morning services at 9.
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Hirsch,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Hirsch of Philadelphia. In the
afternoon the Bible class Shalos
Sudos. Tisha B"av services Sat-
urday evening and Sunday morn-
ing. Daily services are held in
the chapel at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Beth Tjilah (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at
7 and Saturday morning serv-
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
kovsky will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week" at his morning
services, "Ethics of the Fathers"
at 6:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 p.m.
will be followed by Shalos Sudos.
Maariv will be at 7:30. Daily
services are held at 7:30 a. m.
with Mincha at 7 and Maariv
at 7:45 p. m. Daily classes in
Mishna are held at 8:30 a. m.
Class in Jewish laws and customs
is held Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 7 p. m. and class
in Ein Yakov is held Monday and
Thursday at 7 p. m.
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>AY. AUGUST 10. 1951
*Jewlst>rk>rkHar)
PAGE 15 A
LEGAL NOTICE
lOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIERERY GIVEN that
gned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
PRODUCTS at 161 N. E.
Miami. Florida, Intend t"
.1 ii.iir with tin- Clerk
ITU
tl.V I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring t,, ,.Mg.u;e j
business under the fictitious name of
UILDCAT LIQUOR STORE
of I i". "'; sw "h 8I Miami, Florida,
r Dad. County. \to ^''crrcuttVoT
County, Florida.
I'l.i IRENCE Si ll\v VRTZ
KITTY II. CHAYK1N
: ."-27 1/j-w l'"'""'s
with th.
,.r bade
meyer Morris
edna morris
frishm in
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Cm nei Produote
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COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
JADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25075
IK OP
i: iDELMAN
........I
IE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
herebj given thai I have
report and petition for
Ii iante ae Administrator of
|i : Mary B. Adclman. de-
(1 thai "ii the N day <
. 1951, I will ani.lv to the Ron-
W P. Rlanton. County Judge
Li,- County. Florida, for approval
[iii final n.....it and for final
\duiinlstrator of the Eb-
,i Mary B. Aii-linan. deceased,
dni of July. 1961,
NATHAN ADKI.MAN
DVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
for Admlnlatrator.
riCE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JJUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
[DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
1ANCERY NO. 142323
\\ i iii.i:r. Plaintiff
|No \vi:ni-KTt. Defendant.
IIRCNO WEDLKK. .are of
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE t'lRCI'lT i'iiki- OF' Till-:
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \XI.
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY, No 142639
GENEVA SNELL. Plaintiff
PRANK SNELL. Defendant.
TO PRANK s.VKI.l.
II" North Pourth Street
/o Delberl Baker
at'liiiion. huh.m.i
Yi il' in,- here!>\
24
K
jfman, 45-9940th Street,
Long l-!:iinl. Ilorough of
York, are required to
. m of your Answer to the
- minim foi divorce on plain-
v. IIAROI.Il SMAI'IRO.
Road. Miami Reach. Flor-
li:. the orlKlnal In the office
rk .-i" this Court on or before
-.]. otherwlee a Decree
will be i-nt-r-d against
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117-^4
:,!. 1951.
LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
i Seal)
RICE, JR Deputy Clerk.
JTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
lIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142729
Hie wood, Plaintiff
CY n Wi -Hi' Defendant
[ORNLEY B. WOOD
W. 119th Street
11 I hi 104'
York i 'Ity, New York.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
for Divorce lias heeii filed
i in the above entitled
IiiiI you are her-hv required to
i o| v ,,f your Answer to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff's
-. and file the original In the
!.- Clerk of the Clrruit Court
efore the 27th day of August.
Iierwlse a Decree Pro Confeaao
i ntered against you.
Inotice shall he tiuhlished once
rk for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN.
at Miami. Florida, this 27 day
1951
E. I! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
By w.M \v. STOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
IT. SILVER ABIM)
l.l.oY
Is for Plaintiff
iham lEuililinif
Florida.
24
requli ed to serve a
cony of M,in answer to th- Rill of
< oniplaint for I livoi, on the Plain-
tlff's Attorney, and t-> fii- the orig-
inal Answ-r in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the -'7 day of August. 1961:
Otherwise the Bill of Complaint for
invoice heretofore filed herein will
lie taken as confessed by von.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this
day or July. Ri.'ii.
E. H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Sea!)
By W.M. W STOCK INC.
,....... Deputy Clerk.
NAME and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS
910-11 oiympla Ruii.itng
MIAMI. FIAHUDA.
7/27 S 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
iiuslness under the fictitious name of
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON at 671
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend.- to register said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court
of Dad- County Florida.
JOSEPH PATTI
PRANK MoNTERA
MS KRS. IIKIMAN A.- KAPLAN.
Attorne\'s ror Applicants
8 3-10-17-24
In TJULiiiRCUlI COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142903
,.,.vNOTICE 0F PUBLICATION
ERNEST ARCHER, Plaintiff.
nl!-l'l|-'i'K M,'V',vl:''m:l- Defendant.
111 I.II.1.1 \N \|.\|.; ARCHER
11 Ravencllffe Avenue
Hamilton, mtai... i 'unada
.TOP ark HEREBY NOTIFIED
il;" Bill of i'..iiiiiinii. for dlvon e
has "n filed aga nsl you, and you
re herehj required t serve a copy
ol your Answer to the said Bill of
complaint on plaintiffb attorney, ami
rile the original Answer in the office
'' the lerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the ith day of September
the alienations ol
i.hi oi i omplalnl will i. tak
onfi Bsed i>\ v..ii.
Dated this ::,.i da) ..f August R...I
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Con: t
Bj I. s hi: I'lETRi i.
,.,, v. Deput> Clerk.
I RANK E SOLOMON
Attorney r.ir Plaintiff
vi.: Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida
8/10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
'n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14277E
MORRIS' TESSLER, Plaintiff
Vs.
DORA TESSLER, Defendant,
To: lioKA TESSLER
1*11 si Johns Plai e
Brooklyn, New York.
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill for Divorce has I.....n filed
attains! you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve B copy of your Answer to the
Hill of Complaint on Plaintiffs at-
torneys, and rile the original in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 29th day of August.
1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
fess!, will be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive we. ks
In THE JEWISH fi.orii.iaN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day ot July. 1951.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN.
ci-rk. Circuit Court
By: L. S. De PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk
PALI.oT. SILVER, Alllm
.v MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
SHI I11.M..I1.111, BuildlllK
Miami. Florida
8/8-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 142904
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
OENE SEYMOUR, Plaintiff,
II NK DAN'IELSEN SEYMOUR.
_.......... Dcieiidant.
lo: JINK DAN I ELS EN SEYMOUR
Box 27s. Glenwood landing
Long Island, New York
>ol" ARK HKItBHY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Annul-
ment has been fiieri against you, and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answ-r to the said Hill
of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney
and file the original Answer in th-
orn or th- Clerk or the Circuit Court
on or before the 4th day of September.
IS1; otherwise the alienations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed hv you.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 1951.
E I! I.KATHKRMAN,
clerk of the Cir.ult
Court.
(Circuit Court S.-all
Bj : I. s DE PIETRO,
Deputy Cl-rk
F RANK E. SOLI "All >N
Attornej for Plaintiff
SOS Biscayne Ruihling
Miami, Florida
8/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In buslni undi r the fictitious name
of A ,v R HALES i'ii I not Inc.) at
...... Southwest nth Terrace, Miami.
Florida, Intend to reglstei said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ilade l'oui.c Florida
ROBERT S ROTHMAN
EDWARD 0 ANDKREOCl
(equal ow nei >
HARRY l: SMITH
120 I. ii oln Road.
Miami Beai h. Florida
v "\ foi on net -
V3-1H-17-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO.
14280o
DAISY SII.I.IVAN.
V8
DON SULLIVAN, Defendant.
SUIT POR DIVORCE
TO Don SULLIVAN
Room 208C
8.13 N. Clark street
Chicago. III.
You, Don sii.i.iva.n. .,,.. nereby
notified thai a riii .,r Complaint for
Dm..... has i.....ii filed against you.
ami you are required to serve i
of your Answer ,,i Pl-adins
Bin ol Complaint on the Dlalntlff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESy., 823
Seynold Bldg., Miami. Fla and fit-
'I......initial Answer or Pleading in
th- office or the ci-rk of the Circuit
Court on or I..-fore the ::] da) of
August, 1951. If v..u fail to do so.
Judgment hv default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each we.k for four cous-cutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN
D'iNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31 day of Jtilv, AD.
1951
K B. I.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dole Count v. Florida
(Circuit Court S.ali
By L. s De PIETRO.
Deputy ci-rk.
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg..
Miami. K,a.
Attorney for I'la-intiff.
8/2-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT cocrt OF THF.
I'l I'VKVTH .DDICIAI, CIRCCIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.IN CHANCERY. NO.
142407
ROSE TELESHEFSKY, Plaintiff,
vs.
MORRIS TELESHEFSKY,
l lefendant.
TO: Mi Morrli T
i /o Joseph Z ,1/.
107 W, 86th St
N.w York City, N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
i ipy i if iur the
Bill of Con
foi divorce, the plalntlff*i I
and the original in l
Ofl e ol Clerk of th. i
i '..ii l. on or th daj of
> l- :-,. : ".. or
i' .iiii.l ilnt h I be I k.-n a^ e mfeas I
l-\ \-.':
D ,..! this 131 ".
i: l: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of i Courl
l..i.i- Co Plot
M "Ircult l "o ::; Heal)
" i........
Denut' C'i i
MYERS. IIKIMAN' A K XI'I.AN
Attorney for Plaintiff
sr.n Ses bold B il ding
Miami :::'. PI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undet the fictitious name
or HANDCRAFT BASKETS OP MI-
AMI BEACH at 1822 Alton Road,
Miami Beach. Florida. Intenu to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk ,.r the
Circuit Court or Dade County. Florida.
HARRY KRI.ANCKR
DONALD ERLANQER
JOSEPH PARDt)
Attorney for Owners
914 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/10-17-21-31
OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 22193
BTATE OF
AN LAIBSON
Deeeasi ,1
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
i* hereby given that I have
ii il repot: and petition for
rge as Administratrix of
ol 11) man I. tlbson, dei ea
on this 29th dai of
i ill apply t" the llon-
i' Rlanton, Count} Judge
niity. I lorlda. for approval
' reporVand for final dls-
Administratrix of the Bs-
l..ill.-oii. deceased,
th day of July, 1951,
Til.I.IK I.AII'.SiiN
ITZ AND ARoNoVl'I'Z
for Administratrix
.'I
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III
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish Floridlan co-
lt* Tour legal notice*,
appreciate your
snage and auaran-
accurate service at
rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger serrlce.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142781
ANDREW .1 FANIZZI, Plaintiff
vs.
alvina t. fanijczi, Defendant,
You. ALVINA T FANIZZI. 3920
Crescent street. Queens, Lona island
City. New York, ale .euulred to serve
II ropj of your Answii to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff*
attorney, llARol.D SHAPIRO, !'.'7
Lin.oln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
and rile the orlKlnal in the Ofl
the i 'Ii ik of tins i 'ourt on or before
AUKUSl 29, 1951, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will I-- entered axalnst
/ou.
Dated JuU SO, 1951.
l: It LEATHRRMAN,
Cl rk
By: It II RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
- : 10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, deslrlna; to emmae
in business under the rietitioils name
..f whitkys AUTOS al 785 N.W, 7th
Avenue, Miami, Dade County, 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'. IUKTZ & LA SKY
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. F'la.
Attorneys for Whitev's Autos
T/*7 s/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna To engage In
business under the Mi tltlous name of
UNIVERSITY BEAUTY salon at
924 Ponce de Leon Blvd Coral
Oables, Ha intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County, Florida
OR M'K I.AN'C.FoUD
MARY BLAKBY
17-S4
ITLIN .s COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 134208
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Donald BECK. Plaintiff;
vs.
-MRS OCTAVE WALKER, I widow;
MRS. MAROARKT JONKS. a widow;
MRS MINNIE stovai.l. a widow;
WESLEY E GARRISON. INC.. a
Florida Corporation;
CHARLES D OOINS. Trustee;
JOE V. WILLIAMS. JR.. Adminis-
trator. Estate of .Maggie c. Jones.
Deceased: and
N. jay finckk. Defendants,
TO: MRS OCTAVE WALKER, a
widow; MRS MAKCAKKT JONES
a wiil.,w. MRS MINNIE BTOVALL,
a widow WESLEY E. GARRISON.
INC.. n Fiorina ("or p o raiin n-,
ciiari.es D. OOINS, Trustee: JOE
V Williams. JR., Administrator
Estate of Moggie c Jones, Deceas-
ed: and N JAY FINCKK. ami all
unknown parties claiming Interests
in the hereinafter described prop-
erty involved In these proceeding's,
as heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, llenors. creditors, trustees, or
other claimants, by, through, under
or against the above named defend-
ants win. are not known to be dead
or alive; and all unknown parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in and to the
following described property, situ-
ated in Dade County, Florida, t...
wlt:
Lot 4(14 of ILAiil.KR GROVE ES-
TATES EXTENSION No TWO,
according to the. Plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Rook at Page 1*3
of- the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
Vol'. THE ABOVE NAMED AND
DESIGNATED DEFENDANTS, Isith
known and unknown, are hereby noti-
fied that the Plaintiff has filed his
itiii ,.r Complaint agalnat yog and
each of you as Defendants in the a-
bove styled cause in the Circuit court
f the Eleventh Judicial circuit, in
and for Dade County, Florida, to
UUlet and establish the title i.r the
Plaintiff in and to the atiove des, i il.ed
amis, ami to remove certain clouds
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PREFERRED CONSTRUCTION CO
at 1029 N IV. 36th Street. Miami.
Florida, Intend t.....glster said name
wtih the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of l >ade Countv, i lorida
N' IRMAN R( ISENHAIN
JOSEPH PAl'LEN
MAMBER A LIFTER
Attoi nej s for applli ants
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dashing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SABAL PALM POOD SHOP
nt '."St; N E. L'nd Avenue intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court or Dade County,
Florida.
PALL F\ KNEIBR
Sole owner.
7/20-27 8/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142621
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAROARKT ORYSSSCAK. Plaintiff
vs.
DANIEL ORY8ZCAK. Defendant.
TO: DANIEL ORYSZCAK
3S7 Vernon Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill lor divorce has been filed
against you and you are r.-imired 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 (-..urt on or before th.- 13rd
Hay (iT August. 1951, In d.-rault of
which the bill of complaint will be
taken as confessed against vou.
Dated this JJrd day or July. 1931,
K. It LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the cniu courl
By !.. S, De PIETRO,
i puty Clei k
(SEAL)
GEORGE I TAI.IAN'i IFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, I loi da
7'27 v 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaee in
b :- :..... undet -lie fictitious name or
MICHAEL'S
at Miami. Dad- County. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MICHAEL RosKNTHAL
MARX PABER
Attorney for Aopllc int
912 Congress BUbv,
7 30-37 1/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under 'he fictitious name of
I Li >RI I >A I' N DEROARM ENT
COMPANY i Not Inc i
at 3240 N.W. 27th Avenue. Mian
Fla Intend to register said turn*
with the Cl.-rk or the circuit Court of
l .ad,- ('omit v. Florida.
JACK HITTER
DAVID RPBENSTEIN
JAMIE YAOODNIK
BURNETT RoTIl
Attorney (, Congr( m i lldg
-7 ^1-1 i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till: COUNTY .II'DC.KS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.

i Re: ESTATE I IP
HENRIETTA I. Gi iLDEN. a -
know,, as HENRIETTA LEVY
GOLDEN, also known as
HENRIETTA S GOLDEN,
I leceased
To All Creditors and All IVr.-.n- H.v-
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you. may have against the
.state of HENRIETTA I. OOLDEN,
a/k/a HENRIETTA I.FTVY GOLDEN,
a k a HENRIETTA S OOLDEN de-
i ted late of Dade Countv. Florida.
to the lion w F BLANTON, Coun-
tv Judge of Dade County, and fit*
the same In his ofrice In the Countv
c. cirthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
rrom the (Lite of the rirst publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address or the
claimant and to he sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will be
barred
Date, July 11. AD. 1951.
HAROLD S GOLDEN
As Ancillarv Administrator of the
Estate or HENRIETTA L GOLD-
EN, a k/a HENRIETTA LEVY
GOLDEN, a k/a HENRIETTA S.
i ;i d.i ,i:n. I >eoe ised
First publication on July 13. 1951,
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
PALI.oT, SILVER,
AP.DO MILI.oY
7 20-27 s/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name,.
of AUTOMATIC MILK VENDORS al Pon losure heretofore entered in that
33.'. 28th Street, Miami Beach, Fla., certain cause pending in the Cli ill
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 138358-1
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
IRVING B. SCHWARTZ and
BENNETT M SCHWARTZ. Plaintiffs
\ -
FANNIE GOODMAN, et als.
Defendants
Notice is hereby given that the im-
derslgned. as Bpecial Master, under
and by Virtue Of the Final Decree of
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Flotilla
DAVID ISRAEL
GEORGE CASE
IRVING WI8CH
7/27 S/3-10-17
1* N.C. 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
UPOn the title Of the Plaintiff thereto,
and for such other relief as will more
fully appear from the Bill <.r Com-
plaint filed herein: and you are re-
quired to SSTVS I COPS of your Answer
or Pleading to the inn ,.f Comoiaint
.,n Plaintiffs Attorney. Samuel Rubin,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Ftor-
id.i and rile the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 4th
day of September. AD. I'..".l If \,.u
r.,,i -,,, to do. judgment i>* default will
be taken against you for the relief
'led In the Rill of Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal at
Miami. I lade County. Florida, this 3rd
da) of August, ad. I9S1
E. It LEATHERMAN,
i 'l.rk of the circuit
Court.
Hv WM M STOCKING,
Deputy ("lerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAMUEL RUBIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
IJn Lincoln Road.
Miami Leach, Florida.
S. 10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 142721
EiiiKNi: SZM1GEL, Plaintiff,
Helen szmicki Defendant
Yor. HELEN SZMHSEL. 17 W.,l-
llngton Avenue. Wnlllngton. New Jei
sey. are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and vou are required to
arve B copy Of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Rill ,.r Comoiaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. MAX R SILVER
921 Seybold Building, Miami. Florid...
ind file the oriitinal Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 27th
day Of August, 1951. If vou fail to do
so. Judgment b> default will he taken
against you foi the relief demanded In
Rill of Comnl ilnt,
DONE AND ORDERED at Mam,
Florida, this Mth da) of .lulv. |5i,
i: B LEA THERM \ V
('lerk. i 'ii ,-uit i' ,iirt,
Dad.- i 'ounti. FToi i la,
Bj WM w SToCKiNC
I p ii'. i 'lerk.
Circuit c.cjri Seal)
MAX R SILVER
-J2 Seybold Pudding
Miami. F'lorida
Attorney, for Plaintiff
8'1-10-17-W
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cll
i.r Florida. In and for Dade Countv
Chancery, being Chancery case N
ISSS.iS-I, in which 1RVINU B
SCHWXRTZ and BENNETT M
SCHWARTZ are plaintiffs, and FAN-
NIF". GOODMAN, el .1-. are defend-
ants, I. as Special Master in Chan
appointed by tile Court in said decree.
under and by Virtue of the tern:*
thereof will offer for sale and sell at
public outcry to the highest and best
I.alder for cash at the South front
ilutfr of the Court Mouse of Dade
County. In the City of Miami. Florid I
on the 3rd day of Septemher. A D.
1951, at 12 o'clock noon Eastern
standard Time, the same being a
legal sales day and the hour a legal
hour of sale, the following described
property situate In Dade County.
F'lorida. to-wlt:
LO) 3. Rlock 59, Al.ToN REACH
REALTY COMPANY'S PLAT or
LINCOLN SUBDIVISION, accord-
ing to the plat thereof, recorded
in Plat Book t, pane St, of the
Public Records of Dad.- C
Fl.cida Together with the Im-
provements thereon and the fmn-
Iture, fixtures and equipment
tained therein
The said property as aforesaid to-
gether with ..il the tenements heredl-
ments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging, or in anj wise appertain-
ing:, being sold to satisfy said decree
I >..t. .1 this 17th day of July. A 1 '.
1951.
CHARLES II CLEVELAND.
Special Mas'-i in Chancery.
GERSHON s MILLER.
Solicitor for Plaintiffs
311 Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach. Florida.
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