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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.
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).
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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
)LUME 24Number 33
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 17. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
3rd Zionist Congress Opens in Israel Amid Strife
feizmann Begins
irming Cabinet
CL AVIV (JTA) President
(im Weizmann has begun pre-
lary consultatiors with lead-
|of Israel's political parties on
1 formation of a new Cabinet
|the Jewish ftate. During the
t-end he received leaders of
| Mapai. Israel's Labor Party,
'ch secured the largest num-
lof votes in the Parliamentary
ions. Later, he received
lers of the General Zionist
ly, second place party in the
Lament.
elman Shazar, one of the
lai ltaders who represented
, party at the consultations
President Weizmann, told
[Jewish Telegraphic Agency
ly that he reported to the
Eder.t that the Mapai is pre-
Id to broaden the present co-
lonary Cabinet on the basis
Rhe fundamental principles
(ined recently by David Ben-
Ion. These principles, he
provide for an unmodified
tl policy toward the United
pns, an economic system as
ticed by the present regime,
ate theocracy although reas-
c religious claims should be
led.
Peretz Bernstein, leader of
General Zionists, reported
rhe told President Weizmann
his party is ready to consfi-
a new government if so re-
nted and that the party hopes
formulate a satisfactory pro-
for inclusion of the Mapai
[a coalition Cabinet. On the
p- hand, if requested by the
jai to join a new coalitionary
eminent, the General Zion-
1 Party will advance the foi-
ling conditions:
? By J. L. TELLER
(Special J.T.A. Correspondent at the World Zionist Congress)
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
JERUSALEMThis city, with overtaxed housing and hotel ac-
1 commodations, and still battle-scarred by the Arab siege of 1948, is
now playing host to several hundred delegates from many countries
who converged on Jerusalem for the 23rd World Zionist Congress,
which opened here August 14.
Fifty-four years ago, in 1897, the first World Zionist Congress
met in Basle, Switzerland, and vided with housing, employment
launched the Zionist movement, and education. and granted the
dedicated to the reconstruction I r .
of a Jewish state in ancestral Icomfort and security of world-
Palestine. The present World w'de Jewish watchfulness over
Zionist Congress is the first ever ; Israel's fate.
to be held in Palestine and the i The Zionists maintain that by
first such conclave since the es- experience, devotion and ideo-
tablishment of Israel. j logical orientation they are best
The primary aims of the Basle Qualified to direct the efforts of
Congressthe establishment of a overseas Jewries in behalf of
Jewish Homelandhaving been Israel. They consequently de-
mand from the Israeli Govern-
Congress will now discuss ampli-
Congress will no wdiscuss ampli-
fication of the pronouncement to
apply to new conditions.
Soon after the establishment
of the ttate of Israel talk began
to circulate, largely among non-
Ziorisls. that the movement
had outlived its u&fulness and
should dissolve. Zionists main-
tain that the state was created
for the purpose of reassem-
bling in Israel the majority of
the Jewish people and they
must continue until this end
is accomplished.
The babel of tongues spoken in
this city by Jewish immigrants
of many colors and from many
lands, whose culture ranges "from
the primitivism of the cave dwell-
ers of North Africa to the prag-
matism of American business-
men, have impressed Zionist del-
egates with one aspect of the
taskthe need to bring about
better understanding among these
various Jewries, long isolated
from each other. Zionists see
this as indispensable to Israel and
the cultural survival of Jewry
as a whole. These new immi-
grants, furthermore, must be pro-
|lver Doubts Patch Up As Hadassah,
rogressives Protest Seating GZ's
ly Radiophone Direct from | Zionists.
Jerusalem) Asked by the American Jew-
rEW YORK CITY (AJP) 1** Press, In New York, what the I htoposts in\he'z7onirt"movement
[Abba Hillel Silver, in an ex- [ prospects were for making peace | ln la48 after a confiict wjth Mr.
live trans-oceanic radiophone
ment a special charter granting
them planning and coordinating
authority over all projects under-
taken in behalf of Israel by over-
seas Jewries. Some Israelis, not-
ably Prime Minister Ben-Gurion,
have hesitated to extend such
recognition for fear of antagon
izing Jews unaffiliated with the
Zionist movement, who had form-
erly even opposed a Jewish State
and are now among its financial
supporters through instrumental-
ities such as the United Jewish
Appeal. An even more cogent
reason for opposing a special
status for the Zionist Organiza-
tion is Mr. Ben-Gurion's reputed
fear that this might present an
opportunity for Zionists not re-
siding in Israel to intervene in
Israel s internal affairs.
On the eve of the Zionist
Congress. Mr. Ben-Gurion was
reported to have been persuad-
I ed to grant the Zionist move-
I ment the special status it re-
quires.
In accordance with Zionist pol-
j icy the ballot of one Israeli elect-
or is equal to two cast by Zion-
| ists outside Israel in electing del-
; egates to the Congress. Mr. Ben-
I Gurion's Labor Party, the strong-
l est Zionist party in Israel, will
i control a majority of Israel's del-
egates and, through alliances, will
exercise controlling power at the
Congress. Delegates from the
Zionist Organization of America,
still strongly influenced by Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, who resigned
fication with the policies of tht I
Israel General Zionist Party, |
branding it intervention. Hadas-
ah is unqualifiedly opposed to
the Z.O.A. resolution. Leader a-
mong diaspora Zionists opposed
to Dr. Silver is Dr. Nahum Gold- '
mann, chairman of the American
Section of the Jewish Agency.
The World Zionist Congress
will also have to determine
whether to reconstitute and
continue the Jewish Agency
for Palestine. The Agency was
provided for in the Palestine
Mandate of 1922. It was to con-
sist of representatives of the
World Zionist Organization and
of Jews unaffiliated with tha
political aims of Zionism, au-
thorized to speak for non-Zion-
ist Jews. Just before World
War II. the non-Zionists drop-
ped out of the Jewish Agency.
Its Zionist members remained.
The Jawish Agency and the
World Zionist Organization
have since been synonymous.
Israeli delegates will press the
Congress to recruit assiduously
volunteer youth from the United
States and other English-speak-
ing countries for settlement in
Israel as agricultural pioneers.
American Zionists have been ac-
cused by Mr. Ben-Gurion of fail-
ure to pursue such a recruitment
| program, or to lend it their fi-
nancial support.
The World Zionist Organiza-
tion is constituted of parties, such
as religious and labor, whose
programs parallel that of the Is-
raeli political parties. Before the
establishment of Israel this was
natural. Now it seems incongru-
ous to some to retain Zionist par-
ties overseas. Those who favor
the dissolution of overseas parties
maintain that retention of the
party system is implicit inter-
vention in Israeli affairs by non-
Israelis. They propose nor.-part-
i isan Zionist federations in each
country. None of the Zionist par-
j ties seem to support this sug-
gestion seriously.
House Conttidertt
Aid To lsrnel
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
new Mutual Security Bill, which*
includes proposed grants of $73.-
500,000 for Israel, was reported
out by the House Foreign Affairs
Committee. The Rules Commit-
tee reported it out on Tuesday
and it goes to the floor of the
House on Wednesday.
A decision to grant Israel up
to 850,000,000 in aid for the re-
ception of refugees in the Jew-
ish state, in addition to a grant-
in-aid of $23,500,000 previously
designated for economic aid, was
adopted by the House Foreign
Affairs Committee last Friday-
following closed hearings of the
$150,000,000 grant-in-aid bill. The
$50,000,000 grant-in-aid for refu-
I gee reception matches a similar
! allocation requested by President
Truman for assisting the Pales-
tine Arab refugees.
No difficulty is anticipated in
securing clearance from the Rules
Committee for submission of the
bill to the House. Senators Paul
H. Douglas of Illinois, and Robert
A. Taft of Ohio appeared last
Thursday before a closed hearing
of the Senate Foreign Relations
Tjommittee to support the Israel
grant-in-aid bill pending in the
Senate. Sen. Douglas urged an
appropriation of $100,000,000 for
Israel and $50,000,000 for the
Arab states.
j Rebekah Kohut Dies
NEW YORK (JTA) Rebekah
j Kohut, noted American Jewish
communal, educational and cul-
tural leader and an authority on
women's and unemployment
problems, died here Saturday
right after a long illness. Mr5.
I Kohut was 86.
Goldstein Assails Zionist Split As
'Deliberate Plot' By Pro-Silverites
view from Jerusalem on the
of the 23rd World Zionist
Igress, told the American Jew-
IPress that chances were poor
la reunion of the newly shat-
kd World General Zionist
lement
peaking from the spacious
David Hotel, Dr. Silver, in
of his rare interviews with
English-Jewish press, gave
^iews on the latest split which
sloped at a session of a pre-
Jgress convention in Jerusal-
of the World Confederation
Jeneral Zionists. The key is-
was whether to seat 60 dele-
es of the Israel General Zion-
iParty which, along with the
kel Mizrachi Party, boycotted
election to the Congress
kfjing "irregularities" in the
Tistration of shekel holders.
le discussion became so vio-
. it was reported, that Dr. Is-
Goldstein, of New York City,
Mi man of the Confederation,
iurned the session. Thereupon
Zacks, Canadian Zionist
" and Confederation vice-
in General Zionist ranks, Sil- Ben-Gurion, are expected to lead
ver said 'they are not bright. the fight lnst this tem of
He said he foresaw the possibih- double representation for Israel
ty of two General Zionist groups Zionists. Dr. Silver's ally, the
at the Congress the split-off! General Zionist Party of Israel,
group including Hadassah the : boycotted trie elections in Israel
Progressives and a few of the of delegates to the Congress.
others.
The question of Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion's pro-
posal for diplomatic status in Is-
rael for the World Zionist Move-
ment drew from Dr. Silver as a
comment that "clarification" was
Any struggle at the Congress
between Mr. Ben-Gurion and Dr.
Silver's adherents is bound to in-
volve the Congress in internal
Israeli policies. At its recent con-
vention in Atlantic City, the
i Z.O.A. adopted a resolution sup-
necessary. Silver added that he j porting the economic and polit-
regarded the Ben-Gurion pro- ical p^des of the General Zion-
posal made last week in Tel Aviv ist Party of Isracl The party
as a concession to him and the describos itseif as a liberal center
Zionist Movement. gorup. It is generally regarded
He said he was "very heart- as a right of center party. Mr.
ened" by the General Zionist rise Ben-Gurior.'s Mapai Party in Is-
in the recent national elections rael is moderate Socialist, and
in Israel to the position of second describes itself as a "New Deal
largest party. He added, how- j Party."
ever, that he personally doubted : witnin the z.O.A. delegation
that the Israel Genera Zionists jto the Congress, there is a minor-
would enter any coalition with Uy oppoSed to the former's identi-
Mapai "uncon-
Ben-Gurion's
ditionally."
American Zionist circles, mean-
while, were reported as skeptic-
irman, immediately reconven- lal about the Ben-Gurion propos-
[the meeting at another loca-j al for diplomatic status for the
The failure of Hadassah j World Zionist movement in Is-
Progressive delegates to at- j rael which they termed complete-
the reconvened meeting was ly confusing,
rrpreted by pro-Silver forces These sources pointed par-
Itantamount to their secession ticularly to a reproted Ben-
n the Confederation. Gurion condition that the
[With Dr. Silver taking a World Zionist representative
Iding role the resumed meet-
iq attracted the entire Zion-
Organization of America
(legation, most of the Euro-
p*n General Zionists, and all
the Latin American dele-
tes. The new group voted
eat the SO Israel General
be pledged to support what-
ever Israel government might
be in power. This was inter-
preted as a possible maneuver
by which the Israel govern-
ment could easily dispose of
World Zionist objections to its
program.
Federation Executive
To Meet August 23
A discussion of the Maclver
Report, the relationship be-
tween the Combined Jewish
Appeal and the Israel Bond
Drive, and election of a nom-
inating committee top the a-
genda of the executive com-
mittee of the Greater Miami
jjwish Federation when it
meets on Thursday. August 23.
at 8 p.m. at Federation head-
quarters.
A meeting of the board of
governors is slated for Septem-
ber 20 and a general member-
ship meeting for October.
JERUSALEM (Via American
! Jewish Press Cable)The latest
! split in the ranks of World Gen-
eral Zionism brought a charge
1 from Dr. Israel Goldstein, of New
I York City, chairman of the World
i Confederation of General Zion-
ists, that a group of American
I delegates headed by Dr. Abba
; Hillel Silver were seeking to pre-
vent an orderly conference of
the confederation.
Last minute attempts to reunite
| the World General Zionist or-
ganization were underway on the
I eve of the 23rd World Zionist
| Congress.
The latest split reportedly de-
i veloped when Dr. Goldstein, a
former president of the Zionist
Organization of America, ad-
journed a session of the confer-
l ence for a further study of the
i question of seating 60 Israel Gen-
' eral Zionists whose party have
I boycotted the recent shekel elec-
I tions.
For so doing. Dr. Goldstein was
I accused of having abandoned the
I chair by pro-Silver forces and a
group of the delegates reconven-
ed a separate session which was
addressed by Rabbi Silver, Dr.
Emanuel Neumann and Benja-
min Browdy, president of the
'ZOA.
Dr. Goldstein later issued a
) statement attacking the Silver
group which he said was er.gag-
'ed in a "deliberate plot" to hamp-
' er the conference. He said it was
| the apparent intention of the
I Silver group to break away from
I the Confederation.
Dr. Goldstein asserted that the
Confederation would continue to
be supported by the Progressives,
, Haddassah, a section of the ZOA.
| and the delegates from England.
. Canada, Australia, North and
South Africa. India. France. Italy.
Austria, and the Latin American
countries.
The Confederation conference
had been called to develop a uni-
fied General Zionist policy for
the Congress which opened Tues-
day.
Ex-Mufti Termed
'Red Employee'
WASHINGTON (AJP) A
direct accusation that the ex-
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj
amein el Husseini, is a paid Com-
munist ager.t was made this week
by a nationally syndicated colum-
nist. '
The charge of the ex-Mufti'*
; latest employer was made by
' Columnist Drew Pearson. It fol-
I lowed by a week an accusation
I by another top-flight newsman,
Robert S. Allen, that the ex-Muf-
ti was joined by Egypt and Syria
in the plot to assinate King ab-
dullah of Trans-Jordan last
month in Jerusalem.
Pearson alleged that ex-Mufti
"turns up at pan-Islamic meet-
ings through the Middle East ai
i a tool of Moscow to promote re-
I volt against the West. To show
'Moscow is the friend of the Arab
I world, he is establishing an Arab
I university in Communist War-
saw."
Pearson charged that the Muf-
! ti and his agents were behind
j the agitation against the British
' in Egypt, the assassination of th!
: late pro-British premier of Iran
land the murder of other leaders
fiiendly to the West."



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| (;(\ eloper of Miami Beach, Carl G. Fisher, was
ng personality. A resident of Indianapolis, ho
vt nted the Prest-o-Lite battery and amassed
jnc in the early days of the automobile in-
I Before World War I, he visited Miami Beach
ought a part of its wasteland. Some say the
Ej< occurred during a rash moment of exhila-
|li tween drinks. Be that as it may, he planned
tent second to none anywhere. To the task
planning, he brought imagination, energy,
resourcefulness, and pcrseverence. In him
| er and the administrator blended. Coinci-
;]\ the time element was on his side. The ei
j,if the war years were finding their way inl
pi American frontier. Investing his person:.!
[i. he laid a secure foundation for the future
Hicence of Miami Beach.
.JEWISH BUSINESS POLICIES
Mover impelled the inventor-developer to be-
!,, pioneer of anti-Semitism in the Florida
j will remain a secret he carried to his grave,
engths he went in anti-Jewish discrimination
strange, if not ludicrous. A hard and fast rule
j>ited his corporations from selling improved
[ant land to jews directly. Yet it was easy to
j the rigidity of this practice. Realtors and law-
lad on hand Gentile strawmen who acted as the
purchasers of his properties. It was a simple
to convey such real estate to Jewish buyers
face of the increasing accumulation of Fisher
rties by Jewish investors, one would assume
tie absurdity of maintaining the Judenrein fic-
irould become self evident. But like the laws
Modes and Persians, nothing could vary its
jngless application.
ilar policy applied to his hotels. During the
a story apocryphal or true, went the rounds.
walked up to the desk of the Flamingo Hotel.
ght clerk said politely, "I'm sorry, we have
ctly Gentile policy." "That I'm aware of," was
Was Carl G. Fisher Anti-Semitic?
the rejoinder. Fulling a statement out of his pocket,
he continued, "I want to pay the bill for the Gentile
cutie I am keeping hi
FRIENDLY PERSONAL RELATIONS
It is, however, difficult to reconcile such bus.:
intolerance with his personal relations. In the home
town, his subsequent Judeophobia was apparently
unknown. Old Jewish acquaintances from Indiana-
polis were cordially received. His friendship foi
William Taradash was more than casual. This Jew-
ish friend he placed on the board of trustees of St.
Francis Hospital. More surprising was his direct
sponsorship of Mr. Taradash as a member and direc-
tor of the exclusive Committee of One Hundred, a
select social club, notorious for its anti-Jewish pro-
clivities. At his funeral. Mr. Taradash was a pall-
bearer. And finally. Carl G. Fisher actively sup-
ported Mitchell Wolfson for city council, and thus
helped to elect the first Jewish mayor of Miami
Beach.
PRICE OF PREJUDICE
The boom marked the culmination of non-Jewish
creativity on Miami Beach. Gentile energy seemed
to exhaust itself with the construction of the Roney
Plaza, still the most considerable hotel in the Miami
area. Mr. Fisher then concentrated on a new ven-
ture. He invested $10,000,000 in Montauk Point,
situated on the extreme tip of Long Island, N.Y.
This time anti-Jewish strategy did not pay off. Gen-
tiles did not appreciate the sacrificial effort in
their behalf. The 100% Aryan project died stillborn,
and the ill-starred venture swept away Mr. Fisher's
millions. After 1930, he declined in stature, a soli-
tary figure, living somewhat modestly, a retured has-
been whose pioneering on Miami Beach remained
his chief claim to fame, if not to fortune.
COMPLEXITY OF MOTIVES
One may speculate quite legitimately as to the
motivation, conscious or submerged, that impelled
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Mr. Fisher to withdraw his millions from the se-
curity of Miami Beach for the hazards of Montauk
Point. Here his peculiar anti-Jewish complex may
offer a hint. Since the boom a canard, preposterous
as it is detracting, has been postulated by Gentiles.
and even mouthed by their Jewish stooges and
E kals, The theorum is that the influx of Jews
must necessarily drive Gentiles from Miami Beach;
then seeing the Christians go. the Jews would fol-
suit. leaving the place deserted. Such snide
logic, grounded in aversion, might have been the
pulsion that caused the pioneer developer to
; new fields for a purely Gentile community. It
would be difficult to compute the enormous valui
of his estate had Mr. Fisher, in the great depression
: 1930, reinvested his profits in lands, hotels, apart-
ments, and stores on Miami Beach.
A BAFFLING DUALISM
Carl Fisher's ambivalence illustrates the enigma
of anti-Semitism. And vet there are some who
would explain the most perplexing of prejudices by
attributing its existence to some single irritant, say
religion, or clannishr.ess, or economic envy. Conver-
se.:i and intermarriage are attempted before our
very eyes without affecting this basic toxin. Nor
did the wretched poverty of Jews in Poland or Ye-
men shield them from the most baleful Judeophobia.
There is a kind of dramatic irony about Carl
Fisher's pro-Jewish affiliations. He proposes for
membership in the Surf Club his Chicago friend
Albert Lasker, who after World War I was chair-
man of the U. S. Shipping Board. Mr. Lasker is
blackballed. Mr. Fisher, outraged by such shameful
anti-Semitism, resigns in protest. And yet the Surf
Club carries the Fisher business policy to its logical
conclusion. If a person is not qualified to occupy a
house in the neighborhood, then he certainly is not
fit to take a hand in a poker game at one's social
club. Mr. Fisher must have realized the oddity of
his stand. He rejoins the Surf Club.
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All proceeds from the affair
are earmarked for the children's
building fund in Israel.
A program will be presented
and refreshments served.
Working on arrangements for
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Synagogue
Ins At Beach
is Israel Synagogue, new-
Sized Orthodox house of
In the North Beach area.
In its program of religious
liiil activities with serv-
Friday, August 17, at 7
its completely air con-
building at 7135 Byron
according to its founder
ritual leader. Rabbi Isaac
?a'lbi will deliver a ser-
Saturday at 9 a.m. and
fcuss "The Ethics of the
". at afternoon services
Mincha is slated for
, followed by Shalos
irly spiritual leader of the
Hebrew Centre, Brook-
... Rabbi Ever was born
n Us in Europe. Following
v;il in this country in 1926,
blled at Yeshiva Univer-
_ was ordained with high-
|olastic standing by the
_ven-Cleveland Theolog-
ninary in 1934. He subse-
became registrar of the
, and principal of Beth
Seminary of America.
Ever served as assistant
! the weekly newspaper,
pish Voice, and was a
ttcir of essays and articles
Jewish World, published
eland. He is the author
Kooks, a biography of Rab-
H Lcvenberg and "Hol-
jibols,"
to Miami Beach three
as Southeastern direc-
T^i-.'iva University, the
k;i> appointed spiritual
Kneseth Israel Con-
fcn, a post from which he
this year.
Sholom Ladies
(ponsor Party
*rs of Sisterhood of
Beth Sholom, their hus-
d friends have been in-
a "Round the Clock"
Tuesday, August 21, at
in the air-conditioned
hall of the temple, ac-
to an announcement by
ul Hcrnian, president,
three chairmen of the
the Clock" project, Mrs.
|der Kogan, Mrs. Jean C.
and Mrs. Benjamin Seid-
serve as hostesses and
ving Marcus, hospitality
in, will be in charge of
pisnts.
Ited Cross Flood
Quota Doubled
Receding flood waters in the
midwest have disclosed such ex-
tensive damage that the Amer-
ican Red Cross sent an urgent
appeal to the Dade County Chap-
ter to double the present quota
of $13,000 for Hood relief to
$26,000, and dispatch any exper-
ienced Red Cross personnel to
duty in flood rehabilitation.
"Dade County can and must
provide this special flood reha-
bilitation fund of $26,000," Dr.
James J. McCormick, chapter
chairman, stressed.
Dade County has reported |
$8,127.99 raised toward the goal |
and plans are being made for ad-
ditional methods of contacting
residents for their donations al-
though the public is being asked
to mail their contributions direct-
ly to Red Cross headquarters.
Miss Thelma Welch, home serv-
ice director at the Dade County
Chapter since 1948, flew to Kan-
sas City Monday morning for an
indefinite period of duty with the
Red Cross rehabilitation forces of
over 300 workers presently as-
signed in the flood area. Miss
Welch was on disaster duty from
1942 until 1948 and served in
most every phase of disaster from
hurricanes to the Texas City ex-
plosion.
Dr McCormick pointed out
that the operation in the four
state midwest flood area will
more than double in expeditures
the amount that Red Cross has
spent in our many hurricanes
here in Florida since 1930. Since
that year, Florida has received
$2,823,722.70 in disaster relief.
This amount is more than any
other state in the southeastern
area with the exception of Lou-
isiana which has had floods in
addition to hurricanes.
Youth Group Formed
The Hialeah Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center has
organized a group for young
people from 13 to 22 years of
age, which meets the second and
fouith Thursday of each month.
Dave Sachs is chairman of the
organization. Additional infor-
mation about the new unit may
be obtained by calling 88-8137.
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Sexton Appointed
Harry Tessler has been appoint-
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Ahavas Israel Synagogue, 7135
Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, ac-
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spiritual leader.
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I faced the prospect this week of
competition from a popular
' American brew, the lamented 10-
cer.t beer.
A company comprised of Israeli
and American businessmen dis-
closed this week that construc-
tion was underway in Tel Aviv
for a new, completely modern
brewery. The new brewery, Lou-
disclosed will have an adjoining
cold storage and ice plants and
will be equipped with modern
American machinery. Hertzberg
estimated that construction will
be completed within a year.
The new Israeli premium beer,
it was learned, will be produced
both for Palestinian distribution/
and for export.
Add this to the Jewish State's
"shortage list":
According to Mr. Hertzberg
Israel "badly needs beer and ai
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Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
will hold services Friday eve-
ning at 8:15. Music, prayer and
sermonette. Gilbert Balkin, Flor-
ida State Director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. will deliver a talk in the
abser.ee of Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will pre-
sent the musical portions of the
service. Religious school registra-
tion and membership at the syna-
gogue offices.
Temple Israel of Miami (Re-
form) will hold its Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will read the prayers
and talk on "Comfort Ye. My
People." There will be no Satur-
day morning services during the
summer months. Enrollment for
religious school and application
for membership may be made at
the office daily from 9 to 5.
Beth El Congregation (Ortho-
dox) will hold Friday services
at 6:30 p.m. Services Saturday
morning at 8:30. Bar Mitzvah of
Richard Toister, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Toister. Mincha at
6:30 p.m. followed by Shalos
Sudos. Daily services will be held
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Regis-
[ tration for daily religious school,
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Barish. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Barish.
Kneseth Israel Congregation j
(Orothodox) Friday evening serv- .
ices 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning I
services at 8:30 a.m. At 4:30 p.m.
a class in Talmud will be con-
ducted. Mincha at 5:30 will be
followed by Shalos Sudos. Zmiras
will follow and Maariv will com-
plete the services. Daily services :
at 8 a. m. followed by a class |
in .Jewish Laws and customs
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 j
6:45 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9 a.m. Reservations 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 Friday night services at i
6:30" p. m. and Sabbath services ;
at 9:30 a. m.
7V?nple Beth El of West Palm
Beach (Conservative; will con-
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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.
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
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
Miami Hebrew 3<'hcol and Con-
gregation (Orthodox) will hold
services on Friday at 6:45 p.m. '
Saturdav morning services will'
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 i
services are held at 7.30 a.m. and !
7 p.m.
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox) [
will conduct Friday evening serv- .
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal) late Friday evening
service will continue each Friday
at 8:15 p. m. throughout the sum-
mer months. Cantor Irving Rob-
inson will assist Rabbi Morris
Skop in coducting the service.
Sermon will be on "Comfort Ye,
My People." Saturday service at
9:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of George
Simon Seiden
by Shalos Sudos. Summer ses- Lcos at 7 p. m. and Saturday at
t'0..5 i'f ,th^/elie'OU,l ^^l are | 9 a. m. Mincha will be held at 7
held daily Monday through Fri- with Snylos Sudf)s following.
I tr,mrs a,m- *2 ^01?- and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morn-
North Dade Jewish Center will ing SP.-,>jCl>s at 8
conduct services Friday at 8:15 Dou.ntown Synagogue (Ortho-
p. m Joseph Rcsenfeld will offi- Services are held dallv at 7 a m
dox) will hold its daily services
at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Friday
evening services arc 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
i Portion of the Law." Talmud
class is slated for 5 p. m. with
Mincha at 6 p. m. followed by
Shalos Sudos.
Hialcah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will begin
late Friday services at 8:30 p. m.
Cantor Ben Grossberg will chant
the services. Onefc Shabbat will
follow.
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
(Cmseivative) vill hold Friday
evening services at 6:15 and
Saturday morning services at 9.
In the afternoon the Bible class
followed by shalos Sudos. Daily-
services are held in the chapel
at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Beth Tfilch (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 and Saturdav morning serv-
ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
kovsky will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week" at his moining
services. "Ethics of the Fathers"
at 5:30 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
Mi. lina are held at 3:30 a. m.
Class in Jewish laws and customs
is held Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 7 p. rn. and class
in Ein Yakov is held Monday and
Thursday at 7 p. m.
Ahavas Israel Synagogue (Or-
thodox) will begin services Fri-
1 dav at 6:45. Saturdav morning
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Page 9A
ersonally Speaking
iding the summer at the Sand Piper Apartments, Ve-
fay. are Mrs. Herman Tiflord of Jamaica, N.Y., and her
ildren, Ronnie Marsha, Alan Seymour and Arthur Wes-
lile here, Mrs. Tiflord is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Kessler of Miami Beach, and her brother. Steve Kes-
recently graduated from the University of Miami Law

incheon on Tuesday at the Seven Seas Restaurant
Mrs. Martha Abramson, who is leaving Hialeah to
Br home in Daytona Beach. The affair was given by
s of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Community Center, in which she has been active.
* *
|and Mrs. Max Hoffman, 318 21st Street, Miami Beach,
lay by motor for Hendersonville, N.C., and other points
lorth.
* *
ird from Matthew Bandler, executive vice president in
>f June Dairy Products Co. of Southeastern Florida, re-
it he is "making a fine come-back" in Hendersonville.
r a serious illness.
* *
an extensive air trip which took her to Holyoke, Mass.,
shires of New Hampshire, Larchmont, N.Y., Detroit,
id Chicago, 111., Mrs. Anne Berry of the Shore Apart-
iy Drive, Miami Beach, is home.
* *
Lt. Edward Gross is now stationed in Alaska.
* + *
Mae Sable and her daughter, Mrs. Eli N. Argintar,
Br Marcia Sable, recently left for North Carolina. Mrs.
will meet her husband, who has just completed a two
campment with the National Guard. They will vacation
rille before returning here. Mrs. Sable will be a guest
Jde Inn, Hendersonville, IN.C.
* *
Judith Clein, daughter of the Ben Cleins, 4360 S.W.
I entertained with a birthday party on August 7 at the
lotel, 301 N.E. 62nd Street, where the family is spending
ler.
* *
kember of a jet-fighter squadron in Japan is First Lt.
fjchtman, former Sunday school teacher at the Miami
/ish Center. Also in the armed forces is Max Nussen-
k-instructor at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Religious
Jussenbaum is a lieutenant in the infantry stationed in
rolina.
* *
Itioning in Asheville, N.C., are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
2130 S.W. 21st Avenue, and their daughter, Lillian.
Inoviiz' fiance, Monroe Losner, will join them on Aug-
* *
Md Turk has rejoined his wife and daughter. Robin, at
sla Lake Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., after a business
iami Beach.
* *
Mary Stepkin of Miami Yarn Shop will leave this Fri-
Melbourne, N.J., and New York City, where she will
daughters, Mrs. Eva Gottsho and Mrs. Al Fisher of
[Mrs. Fisher and her daughter, Linda Joan, will accom-
rs. Stepkin back to Miami.
*
wing a month's stay at Duncraggan Inn, Henderson-
1.. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Schwarz and Dr. Richard
have returned to their home in Miami Beach.
***
bationers at Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., in-
r. and Mrs. Morris Badanes. Miss Florence Badanes,
Mrs. Sidney Milberg and family, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mr.
Leo Sheiner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. Frumkin
ily.
* *
ts with her children will highlight Mrs. Abe Kasow's
h. She will spend time with her daughter, Doris, who
ing Syracuse University and her son, Harvey, who is
-speaking Camp Massad, Pa. Harvey will enter
University High School in the fall. Mrs. Kasow plans
here about September 10.
+ *
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Miami area include Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr.
George J. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shultz, Mr.
William Hirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Julian Robinson, Mrs.
mis, Mrs. Leon Lipp and son and Marshall Comis.
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her two daughters, Mrs. Rose
Smith and Mrs. Rose Lehrman.
Hebrew Students
Awarded Prizes
Histadruth L'Tarbuth I v r i t h
and the widow and family of
the late Pincus Puchkoff have
established a Pincus Puchkoff
Prize Fund in his memory. The
fund will from time to time a-
ward grants and prizes to de-
serving students of local Hebrew
schools.
The first prize has been award-
ed to Seymour Spolter for schol-
arship and service. Second prize
went to Melvin Sachs for schol-
arship and attendance. Both are
students of the Hebrew Academy.
A devoted friend of Hebrew
culture all of his life, Mr. Puch-
koff was honorary president of
the Hebrew Culture Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami.
The committee on grants and
prizes consists of J. Z. Stadlan,
William Agranove, J. Cohen and
Dr. A. Wolf son.
Social Honors
Shirley Gerstein
A gathering held at the home
of Annette Melich honored Shir-
ley Gerstein, who recently re-
turned from Brandeis Camp in
| Winterdale, Pa. Miss Gerstein at-
tended the camp on a scholar-
, ship given by the Greater Miami
; Zionist Youth Commission.
Among those attending the so-
cial were Sue Alt, Helene Kel-
man, Jean Cohen, Selma Lewis,
Harriet Botwinik, Gloria Lich-
tenstein and Elaine Sachs, presi-
! dent of the Southern Region of
: Junior Hadassah.
Plans for the reorganization of
, the Miami Beach Unit of Junior
1 Hadasah wejre discussed! The
group will meet Monday night at
the home of Miss Lichtenstein,
1134 Drexel Avenue to imple-
ment these plans.
Miss Gerstein will preside as
temporary chairman.
Solomon Bar Mitzvah
Ernest "M. Sol-
omon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert
Solomon, 1801 S.
W. 27th Avenue,
will become Bar
Mitzvah on Sat-
u r d a y August
18, at 9 a.m. at
the Flagler-Gra-
nada Jewish
Community Cen-
ter.
Leo Heim, the
center Hebrew
teacher, will of-
ficiate at the service.
This will mark the second Bar
Mitzvah at the center.
Rose Ruth Sadoji
Hose Ruth Sadoff
Picks September 15
Betrothal of Miss Rose Ruth
Sadoff to Pfc. Dave A. Rothfarb.
son of the Louis Rothfarbs of
Bronx, N.Y., has beer, announced
by the bride-elect"s parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Sadoff, 2378 S.W.
18th Street.
The wedding will take place on
September 15 at the Sherry-Fron-
tenac Hotel. Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami High
School. Miss Sadoff attended the
University of Miami.
Her fiance is an alumnus of De-
Witt Clinton High School in the
Bronx and College of the City
of New York. He is now station-
ed at State College. Pa., with the
Air Force.
Firtel Heads Drive For"
Hebrew Academy
Irvir.g Firtel. Miami Beach at-
, torney and communal leader, har
; been name dchairman of the He-
brew Academy membership drive,
which will get underway early in
September and continue till after
the High Holidays.
Serving with him are Ben Zior
Ginsburg, Sam Reinhard, Harry
Koretzky. Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
Aaron Sonntag, Macey Krons-
I berg. David Meltzer, H. Dublin,
J. Kaufman, S. Lobel I. Spolter,
J. Gonshor, S. Genet and Rubin--
! owitz.
Neighbors To Meet
A meeting of the Know Your-
Neighbor Club will be held at
the home of Mrs. Jack Emerson,.
465 La Villa Drive, Miami Sprint;s
on Friday, August 17. There will
be a board meeting at 11:30 a.m.
and luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
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[i Beta Council1
Lls Sandy Bloom
I-iikIv Bloom was elected pres-
L, | Tii Beta Council of the
Inn Jewish Community Center
meeting of the group.
fchcr officers include Mickie
Hun <<' president: Sandra
\ ording secretary; Lor-
,,][..-!. ni. corresponding sec-
in Linda Kaplan, treasurer:
Lj'v Shier, sergeant-at-arms;
loily Kutiins. chaplain: and
I .'.. : :ikin, auditor.
Kstallation was held at diary's
fv August 1. ^
iriety Keynotes
mcert Program
...-, .'.ill keynote the sixth
'rune to be presented by
Univ( -ity of Miami Sym-
I,.. 11 estra on Sunday. Aug-
|jg ;ti p.m. at the Miami
J, ..'unicipal Auditorium.
fling the gamut from Tschai-
fcky'i vlarche Slave to -Pop!
I Weasel," the conceit
vocal selections by
{ Diard, tenor, and Fay
/ : : rani). Caesar LaMon-
(will nduct.
ram will also include
lamatu overture entitled "The
li> Joseph LaMonaca, se-
ions from Victor Herbert's
|ught> Marietta" and "Gra-
iMoni a begal the study of
Be in S .n Seevo. Italy, at the
|of seven and two years later
playing with a well-known
[--: i bond. At the age of
fir cai e to this country to
with Eilery's bard. He set-
in Li 9 Angeles in 1905 and
years later was conductor
iis im n band there.
]>min^ to Florida in 1924. La-
kes nas been active in mus-
Icirclts r.ere since his arrival.
pas m : A as musical director
fa cit> of Miami at Bayfront
A: phitheatre since the
n 'i : 1930. Ho is also direc-
n tl i four times national
) Harvey Seeds Post
[lie..; Legion Drum and
Ii c -. as well as the Great-
1 Drum ai d Bugle
).- ' ter M lami Youth
Orchestra and the
h C. Artillerj Band. Plor-
ts I Guard.
|y Ccmpers Attend
J-Day Swim Party
atti nding the day
! a1 t: F Igll -
1 nity Cen-
ispices : the Jewish
tion, were r< cent
e Sax ir M iti I, 301
treet, I :. all-day
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the distribution of
by Miss T iby Ja
rious achievements.
'Keep Fighting
Wrong' Baruch
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Bernard M. Baruch. Jewish fi-
nancier and adviser of Presi-
dents, neared his 81st birthday
this week with a promise that
he intended to "keep fighting
everything that's wrong." He
will be 81 August 19.
Barucn made the observa-
tion as he left for a visit to
Washington. He said he had
no appointment with President
Truman, with whom he has
reportedly estal lished friendly
relations after a lung period
of coolness over political is-
sues.
Flamingo Lodge. B'nai B'rith. spearheads a drive to send books
to the armed forces in Korea. Theodore Robinson, the lodge veter-
an's service chairman, is shown (right) receiving books collected
at the Essex Theati'j in Hialeah. Theatre manager. Walton Oak-
erson is shown i center) and Optimists Club president. Dr. Lester
Gordon, looks on. The three groups combined their effort* in the
campaign.
Program Topics Listed
"Purpose of fhe UN Economic
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Jewish Variety Hour Friday,
August 17. from 1:30 to 2 p.m
, over Station WMBM.
On Sunday. August 19, Lyons
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Irving Scnatzman.
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suit in ,i better spirit of cooper-
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Miamians Named To
Apparel Club Posts
1 Ire,- local ladei of the
Men i Apparel C i : !
w ire ni II mit! posl
if the N Ass i iation of
Mi Clubs, it w as an-
nounced this w<
lointed I tl national
group's auditin ittee was
Lee Elman, president of the Flor-
ida MACs Sol Goldstein and
Howard Hockok were named to
t. 1952 convention time and
place committee and t coi
mittee, n specth el
The trio will participate in the
1951 nation.,: convention later
this month at Kansas City,
Memorial Kites
lor Sain Eisner
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morial services on Tuesday, Aug-
ust 28. at 8 pin for the late San.
Eisner, < harter memtx r of |
organization, who died July 27
in New York City.
Mr. Eisner, who was part own-
er of the Southwest Kosher Meat
Matket. Ire., is survived by his'
wife, twin sons, Enianuel and
David, and tour grandchildren.
He was active in the formation
of the Israelite Center.
The services will be conducted -
by Rabbi Abraham Sachs, Rabbi
H. M. Kagan ar.d Cantor Jacob
E. Tamboi
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Jewish nark/Ian
PAGE 13 A
Ipital Spotlight
eenleigh Hits Immigration Red Tape
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
J WASHINGTON The "Voice of America" is encouraging anti-
prr.unists to leave the Iron Curtain countries. Yet when they
c to Western Europe in hopes of reaching the United States
are confronted with suspicion and hostility on the part of U S
bemment agencies. This is happening despite the fact that the
is depicted in our voice broadcasts as the shining example of
Kiom and tolerance.
Arthur D. Greenleigh is a man of rare vision who is giving our
Wnment some insight into the displaced persons situation Mr
enkigh is executive director of the United Service for New
jeikans and serves also as chairman of an advisory committee
be US. Displaced Persons Commission. He has outlined what
brong with our present DP set-up and suggested plans on how
fcrica can build peace and democracy by keeping the DP machin-
| functioning beyond the termination of the present DP act
kcent Till Proved Guilty
[The Voice broadcasts that in America a man is innocent until
I* n guilty. Mr. Greenleigh, however, reported that many immi-
lon service investigators "assume all refugees are Communists
U it is proven differently." He said the lack of coordination be-
er. U.S. Government agencies abroad has caused a serious bottle-
k and will prevent thousands of eligible refugees from entering
[country before the Dec. 31 deadline. He criticized the dissimilar-
fc: eligibility standards set up by the Commission, the Army
Inter Intelligence Corps, the Immigration Service, and the State
;,: tent.
He said, "The Immigration Service seems more out of line
'-n the others. It was sent to Europe to facilitate the processing
3Ps but it seems to be seeking reasons to keep displaced
Isons out of this country rather than determining which ones
eligible to enrsr." The U.S.N.A. director pointed out that it
1 takes an average of nine months to process a DP for immigra-
l to the U.S. in contrast to the two to four weeks required by
er countries.
[Points Way
dr. Greenleigh reports that the U.S. has pointed the way legis-
cly. but not administratively. "Our is the most complicated
iumbersome administrative process of any immigration scheme
be history of this or any other country. There are too many of-
It of the U.S. Government agencies who are trying to keep out
fctially good Americans because they themselves are opposed
^migration."
Mr. Greenleigh we find a critic who proposes some intelli-
Jconstructive steps. He has pointed out, in an interview with
writer, that it is much cheaper and more sensible to remove
ources of possible friction than to repair the damages of war
also applies to human beings. Thousands are being continuous-
splaced and there should be some permanent machinery estab-
|d to care for them since the DP Act is nearing its end.
ntion Of Fleet Asked
Mr Greenleigh, along with other non-governmental agencies
"ested in DP's. has proposed that the fleet of ships operated by
nternational Refugee Organization be retained. If this fleet is
led to disintegrate it will cost millions of dollars and months of
r to organize another migration organizatin with the necessary
fcment and personnel. Unless the U.S. acts soon this mercy ap-
*is will fall apart Many countries are ready to participate in
world-wide agency, since it now seems definite that the I.R.O.
J>iring. The.only important government which has not stated
psition yet, said Mr. Oreenleigh, is the U.S. Government.
I Not a single DP brought into America by any voluntary agen-
das made it necessary for his deportation as a subversive, Mr.
knleigh reported in Washington. The DP's h*l reinforced
?nca with their labor and talents. Mr. Greenleigh recently
some young men who entered America under the DP act
u1'1,. c T m G#rn,MT to which they had returned as members
ne U.S. Army. DP's are also serving with distinction in Korea.
The important things about Mr. Greenleigh's thinking is that
Wr.llZ,?le,conie' we,wiU ^ ^ady for it. We would remove
prospect of ships laden with refugees again sailing the seven
as in 1938 and 1939, with no port open to them.
Aucms ?9 atTt ?. J?cobKSch,ach,er S J.ewjsh Variel* Hour <>* Station WMBM on Sunday.
wU? consist en,i' il 9/UP ?f lhf Miami Beach Youn9 Zioni" District. The program
win RobTit Cobrin Jack BolSTvJT KSfii PlC,Ured here "e *""9- > o r.j Archie Good-
7seated) RoJP r, h D?lb"9. Pauline Fried, Raymond Abrams. Owen Feigles. Edward Oka;
KohnU W2^SkteST ax? ^l^""' Sf*! & "flf" Sultn' Vivian Hod.sh and Shirley
rector" i^S^JT^tSL^^ ^S^S^f L'D"d 8*"- M" *
^rew School Formed
Eseth Israel Congregation,
tuclid Avenue, has announc-
es for a new Hebrew school
[classes to begin in Septem-
A complete new staff is ar-
ng for a full religious and
fal program. Registration
asses may be made at the
logue office.
Boat Ride On Agenda
The Beth David Men's Club
will sponsor a midsummer moon-
light cruise aboard the Seven
Seas on Thursday, August 23,
at 8:30 p.m. The boat will leave
from Pier 10, City Yacht Basin.
Reservations may be made by
calling 3-1970, 48-9981 or 83-5566.
Jewish Composer
To Speak Sunday
Paul Held, distinguished Jew-
ish composer, will discuss Jew-
ish music on Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Variety Hour Sunday
August 19, at 2 p.m. over Station
WMBM.
Noted for his symphonies,
chamber music and choral works,
Held is head of the department
of theory, counterpoint and com- .
position at Midwestern Conserva-
tory of Music in Chicago.
During the same program, a
new feature will be inaugurated. I
It is a special transcription fea- ,
turing musical comedy stars such |
as George Jessel, Moishe Oysher,
Michel Rosenberg, Menasha Skul-
nick, Mollie Picon, Leo Fuchs.
Officen To Meet
First officers' meeting of the
Roosevelt Temple Pythian Sisters
33 will be held on August 30 at
8:30 p.m. at Tyler's Restaurant
on Flagler Street.
Mrs. Nat Sanders, welfare
chairman, has been in charge of
the group's philanthropic work
during the summer.
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FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 143100
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sJMtf thrMtoui
SGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 A
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
Jelled, desiring to engage In
Elder it"' fictitious name of
PRODUCTS :>t 158 N. E.
Miami, Florida, intend to
i! name wllh the Clerk of
i<
i.urt of l>ade County,
MKYKII MORRIS
KI>NA MORRIS
IRISHMAN
ltd..
ph, Kla.
ii iori>net Products
NTY JUDGE'S COURT
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25075
E OF
AI'ELMAN
res.....
F INTENTION TO MAKE
ICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
hereby given that I have
report an.I petition for
|)i; m .ik Administrator of
Vary R. Adelman. de-
ihnt on the l".< day of
I will mm'l'. to (he Hon-
Blanton, County JudKe
jtit \. Florida, for approval
nl renort and for final
Administrator of the Es-
-v B. Ailelman. ilet'eased.
day of July. 1851,
NATHAN ADELMAN
'. AND ARONOVITZ
i Administrator.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[is HKREBY GIVEN that
d, desiring t' engage in
i the fictitious name >f
IBAL'TY SALON at 677
Avenue, Miami BeacSt,
idfl to register s.i'd name
fleik of the Circuit Court
Binty Florida.
JOSEPH PATTI
PRANK MiiNTEKA
BIMAN .* KAPLAN,
Applicants
BY PUBLICATION
HCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IN CHANCERY.
No. 142781
I ANIZZI. Plaintiff
I'ANIZZI, Defendant.
-VINA T. PANIZZl. 3920
eet, Queens, Lone Island
. are required to iei ve
ir \nswer i the Pill of
i i >.\ on on plaintiffs
lAROI.D SHAPIRO. 927
B, Miami He u h, Plorlda.
oi ulnal :n the office of
this l 'ourl !! : before
Mil. otherwlse a l iecree
will be '. ed against
::". 1951
.. H LEATHERMAN,
gtlerk
i: H Rl :. JR..
Di nutv i"
.-'all
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE 'IRCriT CiintT OK THE
1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
*\5 EsB. 84.NTY" FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 142603.
GENEVA SNKLL. Plaintiff
FRANK SNEI.I.. Defendant.
TO: FRANK 8NELL
440 North FVmrth Street
c/u Delhert Baker
Clinton. Indiana
YOU are hereby required to serve a
cony of your answer to the Hill of
i omplaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney, and to Nl- the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 27 day of August. 1851;
otherwise the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will
be taken as onfessed bv vou.
DATED at Miami. Fiorina, this
day of Julv. 1951.
E. It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
- Dade County. Florida
<<"li cult Court Seal)
By WM W. STOCKING.
.... Denuty Clerk.
NAME and Address of
J'lulntiff's Attorney:
Norman r. lyons
910-12 olymptu Building
MIAMI. FliORIDA.
7/27 X/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
24
BY PUBLICATION
?CUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
| DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IN CHANCERY.
No. 142721
PEMIGEL. Plaintiff.
BEL. Defend
-EN SZM1GEL. I7 Wal-
iiii-, vVallinaton, New Jer-
tb-, notified that a BUI of
Divorce lias been filed
and you are required to
. of your Anew er oi Plead -
j Bill "f Complainl on the
Ittoui.y. MAX It SILVER.
Building. Miami. Plorlda,
original Answer or Plead-
ktflce of the ci.rk of the
rt on or before the 27th
-t. 1361. If you fail to do
It bj default will be taken
1 for the relief demanded In
m plaint
ID ORDERED at Miami.
26th das of Julv, IBM.
: B LEATHERMAN,
1 'lerk. i 'Ircutl 'out t.
i lade < 'ounty, Plorlda,
I 1 -. WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
t Seal)
LVER
iiiklimr
flii.i
Plaintiff
UNDER FICTITIOUS
.NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
ed, desiring to engage
ider the flctitloui name
|'l IC MILK VENDORS at
street, Miami Beach, Fla..
i i Ister said name with
the Circuit Court of Dude
glua.
DAVID ISRAEL
GEORGE CASH
IRVING WIBCH
ENTION
ORNEYS!
sh Floridlan bo-
roui legal notice*,
sciart your
and tjuaran-
1* rrlc* at
tM. Phone 2-1 Ml
ngr rvicfc
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No 142778
MORRIS TESKLER. Plaintiff
IK>RA TESSLER. Defendant.
TO: DORA TESSI.KR
114 St Johns Place
Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby- required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs at-
torneys, and file 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-
fesso will be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I>.ited at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of July. 1981,
E B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: I.. S. De PIETRO.
Denuty Clerk
PALLOT, SILVER, ABDO
* MII.I.oY
All.......y for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Buil.ling
Miami. Plorlda
8 S-10-17-84
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 22193
RE: E8TATE OP
HTMAN LAIBSON
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the .state of ilynian I.albson. ih-ca--
ed: and that on this 19th day of
AiiKust. 1981, I will apply to the Hon-
orable \V P. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
r said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Es-
tate of Hyman Lalbson, deceased.
This 2iith day of July. 1951.
TILI.IE LAIBSON
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys f,,r Administratrix
S'3-1(1-17-21
f'i mumLSiFHi'J COURT OF THE
LE^f.N.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142903
......0T'CE OF PUBLICATION
ERNEST ARCHER. Plaintiff.
vs.
DILI.IAN MAE ARCHER. Defendant
TO: LILLIAN MAE archer
11 Ravencllffe Avenue
Hamilton. Ontario. Canada.
,., ." ,.A,!K. hereby NormCD
that a Bill of Complaint for divorce
has been file,I against vou. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the said Bill of
11 omplaint on plaintiffs attorney, and
rile the original Answer in the'off lee
of the ( lerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 4th day of September.
, ,,' ""'erwlse the allegations of said
Bill of ( omplaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August 1951
E. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
By: I, s DE PIETRO,
i,o.... Ueputy Clerk.
FRANK E SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
103 BUcayne Building
Miami. Florida
*71')-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 142904
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
GENE SEYMOUR. Plaintiff.
JUNE DANIELSEN SEYMOUR.
TO: JUNE DANIELSEN SEYMOUR
Box 278. Glenwood L-uidin,-
Long Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Annul-
ment has been filed against vou. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer to the said BUI
of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney,
and file the original Answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 4th day of September.
19.1: otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August, 1951.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: L. S DE PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk
FRANK E. 8) d.i >.\K ..v
Attorney for Plaintiff
i:s Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
S, 10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 20210
RE ESTATE OF
BEN MARCUS, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have file,i my final re.....t and petition
for Final Dis.-harg.- is administratrix
of the estate of Ben Mjrnis, ilee.-.i s..,| .
and that on the Sis| day of Septem-
ber, 1961, will apply to the Honorable
u f Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of Kaid
final report and for final discharge as
Administratrix of the Estate of Ben
Manns. ,le, eased.
This BUl day of August. 1981
ANNA MARCUS
DAVID A FRANK
4fl3-4o (ilympla Bl.ig .
Attorney for Administratrix
9 17-i'l-':i | ;
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HANDCRAFT BASKETS OF MI-
AMI BEACH at 1B22 Alton Road,
Miami Beach. Florida, Intenu to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
HARRY ERLANQER
DONALD ERLANGER
JOSEPH PARDo
Attorney for twners.
914 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/10-17-21-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142621
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MARGARET ORY8ZCAK. Plaintiff
VI.
daniei. oi:ys/.c.\k. Defendant
TO: DANIEL ORYSZCAK
887 Vernon Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill for divorce has been filed
.mains't you and you are required to
serve ;i 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 83rd
day of August. 1981, In default of
which the bin of complaint win be
taken as confessed against you.
l >aie,i tills jjrd day of .luh. 19S1.
K B. LBATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By L. 8. De PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 134208
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Donald beck. Plaintiff.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No 142S61
TO: ALLENE miller
1988 E t9th St
Brooklyn, n.y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer on Mordecal N Roaeh
'-" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and file the original in the of-
fice of the i lerk on or before August
20th. |:.5i, in that suit for divorce
triat Frederick Miller filed In the
Circuit Court of the 11th Judicial
Circuit: or said BUI will be taken as
confessed bv you.
Dated Julv 19. 1981.
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R H RICE. JR.
,,, Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
7/27 S 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 142930
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HERMAN HoLIjAXDER. Plaintiff
vs
LORRAINE COOPER HOLLANDER.
___. Defendant.
To: LORRAINE COOPER
HOLLANDER
717 Greenwood Avenue
Trenton. New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby .required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorneys, ami file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the ith day ,,f Septemtx i
1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaso
Will be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each we,k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH i la .HUMAN
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day if August, 1951
E 1! LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the i 'Ircult Court
By: I. S DE PIETRO,
Deputy Clerk.
BERNARD MANDLER
Attornev for Plaintiff
MM Ingraham Building
Miami. Florid i
8/10-17-24- I]
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143109
ELEANOR F. SELLERS. Plaintiff
vs.
MORRIS E. SELLERS. Defendant.
TO: MORRIS E SELLERS
.'.7 Bailey Avenue
Pittsburgh. N.Y
YOU are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
of yoflr Answer to said Bill upon Plain-
tiff's Attorney, and file the original
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida, on or before the
13th day of September, 1961: otherwls-
sald Bill of Complaint will be taken is
. onfessed by you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 13th
da) "i August. 1981.
E. B LBATHBRMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida
By: wm w STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
fCircull Conn Seal)
NORMAN R. LYONS'. ESQ
Attorney for Plaintiff
810-12 i llvmoia Bldi
Miami. Florida.
* 17-24-31 : 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBERTA FASHIONETTEH at
681 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fia ,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad j
County. Florida.
ROSE STERN
SOL RI.BIN
Partners
HARRY DIBTZ
Attorney for Applicants
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
S/IO-17-24-31
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. \V 36th Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
wtih the C|,.|k of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
NORMAN ROSBNHAIN
JOSEPH PALI.EN
MAMP.ER ,Vi LIFTER
Attorneys for applicants
3S0 Line..In Road
Miami Beach
* 8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, d< siring to ns ,-
in business under the fictitious nat
of A & it SALES in inot Inc.) it
1856 Southwest 14th Terrace, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court if
Dade iVnintv. Florida
ROBERT S ROTHMAN
EDWARD i! ANDBREGO
i equal ow net I
HARRY B SMITH
4;'i> Line. .In Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for ownei -
8/3-10-17-84
vs.
(SEAL)
I1K< IRQE
Attorney
J. TALIANQFF
for Plaintiff
1-0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
7/27 8/8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nume
of WHITEY'S AUTOS at 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.
HEN NA TII.WSON
NORMAN KAMINS
MILTON KIRSHBBRG
KAPLAN, DIETZ & LASKY
150 Lincoln Road
VI fa mi Beach. Fla.
Vttorneya for WhRev's Autos
f/87 I 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SALON at
>:!l Pone- de I.....ti Blvd.. Coral
.aides. I-'la.. Intend to register said
lame with the clerk Of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
GRACE LANOFORD
MARY BLAKBY
v t.in-17-L'l
UN fS COMPANY
/**^*4>*<4V*tO*J>
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
W N. C 3rd T. MIAMI 32. FLA.
MRS. OCTAVE WALKER, a widow;
MRS. MARGARET JONES, a widow;
MRS. MINNIE STOVALL, a widow;
WESLEY E GARRISON. INC.. a
Florida ('oi|,ratlon:
CHARLES I) COINS. Trustee:
JOB V WILLIAMS. JR.. Adminis-
trator. Estate of Maggie C. Jones.
Deceased: and
N. jay FINCKE, Defendants.
To: mrs. OCTAVE WALKER, a
widow; MRS. MARGARET JONES.
a willow: MRS. MINNIE STOVALL.
a widow; WESLEY E GARRISON,
inc., :, plorlda Corporation;
CHARLES' D. COINS. Trustee. JOE
V. Williams, jr., Administrator
Estate of Maggie C Jones, D......,-
ed. and N JAY FINCKE: and all
unknown parties claiming interests
in the hereinafter described prop-
erty involve.i in these proceedings,
as heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, llenors, creditors, trustees, or
other claimants, by, through, under
or against the above named defend-
ants Who are not known to be dead
or alive; and all unknown parties
having or claiming to have air.
right, i ti,- or interest in and to the
following described property, situ-
ated in Dad. County, Florida, to-
wn:
Lot 4lll of I'LACI.ER OROVE ES-
TATES EXTENSION NO. TWO.
according to the Plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book I" at Page lfi:-,
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida
YOU, THE ABOVE NAMED AND
DESIGNATED DEFENDANTS, both
known ami unknown, are hereby noti-
fied that the Plaintiff has filed his
Bill of Complaint against you and
Bach of you as Defendants In the a-
bove styled cause In the Circuit Court
.r the Eleventh Judicial circuit, in
and for Dade County, Florida, to
uii, t and establish the title of the
Plaintiff in and to the above described
lands, and t.i remove certain clouds
upon the title of the Plaintiff thereto,
ind for such other relief as will more
fully appear from the Bill of Com-
plaint filed herein; and you are re-
quired to serve B Cop* of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint
n Plaintiff's Attorney, Samuel Rubin.
180 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 4th
lay of September, A D 1881. If you
"ail so to do. Judgment b\ default will
be taken sgalnsl you for the relief
ie".,.....i |., the Bill of Complaint
witness my hand ami seal tl
Miami Dade County, Florida, this 3rd
lay of August. AD I '".I
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
By: W.M. M STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk,
i circuit Court Seal)
8 \MIEI. RUBIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
110 Lincoln Road. '
Miami Beach, Florida. ''
8.10-17-24-81
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl.oRDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
142852
VIOLA DALESSANDRIS,
Plaintiff, vs
RALPH NAT1.E DALESSANDRIS.
I tefendant.
SUIT For DIVORCE
To: RALPH NATLE DALESSAN-
DRIS, C 0 Maritime I nion.
San Francisco, California.
You, Ralph Natle Dalessandris, are
hereby notified that a BUI ,.f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
t'l serve a copy of \our Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen,
Esq., :: Seybold Building. Miami ::2.
Plorlda, and file the original Answer
or Plea.ling In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
8 day of Sept 1951. if you fall to
lo 0 judgment by default will be
'Taken against \ on for the relief de-j
manded In the bill of Complaint
'This notice shall be published once
each week for font- consecutive weeks
m The Jewish Flordian
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi iml,
i dia, thia >; da) of Aug A.D
1861.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dub- Count}', Florida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W STOCK|NO.
I lep 111 cierk.
BEN ESSEN
883 Beybold Building
Attorney for Plaintiff
Miami Plorlda
I I0-1T-84-81
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN 'THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN I'RoBATK.
No 26373
IN Re: ESTATE of
ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN.
l teces sed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Dem.mils Agalnsl
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
'latins and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN
dceensed late of Dade Countv. Florida.
to the Hon w F. blanton. county
ludge of Dade County, and file the
tame In his office in the Count)
Courthouse in Dad,- County, Florida.
within eight ealendar months from
the date .,f the first tiuhllcatlon here-
f Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and to '" sworn to and presented as
lid OF -ame will be barred
See Rectinn l2o of the P,i:i3 Probate
v
Date August 6, A.D.. 1851,
iltv ING ;< )LI STEIN.
I Executor of the Last
Will and Testament of
ELIZABETH I ll >l.l 'STEIN,
i sed.
VRONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for
Irving Goldstein. Executor
of the Batal
HI sabeth Goldstein.
8/10-17-24-31. ..-_;*. .A.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
14280b
DAISY SULLIVAN, Plaintiff.
\ s
DON SULLIVAN, Defendant.
SUIT FoR divorce
rn DON SULLIVAN
Room I'o'ic
<":: N Clark Street
Chicago, III
You. DoN SULLIVAN, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divot,,- has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cooy
of your Answer or Pleading to l a
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. BEN ESSEN. ESQ., >-:.".
Seybold BMg Miami. Fla. ind file
".....i'.'inal Answer or Pleading In
the off!,-,. ,,f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the :tl das ..f
August, l'.i.'.l. If you fail to do so.
lodgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demandi I
In the Bill of Complainl
This notice shall be published
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Flm Ida, this ::i day of Julv. A.D,
1881
E R LEATHERMAN.
ci.-rk, Circuit Court.
Dad,- County, Florida.
(Circuit cut Seal)
By L. s. De PIBTRi l
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg..
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
S/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26251
In Re: ESTATE OF
BLUMA LaBODA WAXLER. aisi
known as LENA LaP.oDA. BLUMA
LOHODA and BLUMS LOBODA,
Decea x
To All Creditors and ah Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
s.ii.i Gatate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you.
either of you. may have against the
estate of the above deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the Hon W
F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his of-
fice in the cuntv Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight,
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, same
win be barred See Section 120 of
the 1883 Probate A< I
Date August T. A.D. 1951.
I.i HIS LaBODA,
\ Executor of the |
Will and Testament of
BLUMA LaBODA WAX-
LER slso known as lin v
LaBODA, BLUMA LO-
BODA and BLUMB
LOBODA Deceased.
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorncv for Executor
420 Lin,.,In Road
Miami Beach. Ha.
8/10-17-24-31


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