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

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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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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jME 24 Number 34
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Iver, Golda Myerson
Debate at Congress
Opening Session off Zion Congress
luSALEM tis within the Zionist move-
lnghlighted this week-
Bt the World Zionist Con-
m a dramatic debate be-
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and
f, : bor Minister Mrs. Gol-
lyerson. Dr. Silver voiced
criticism of the Israel Gov-
bil and the manner in which
idles Us relations with the
k; move-mint, but concluded
fan appeal for unity. Mrs. I
Ion defended the record of
Brael Government,
larine that the Israel Gov- ;
r.t would have to face
"unconditional cooperation" of
the Zionist movement with
the State of Israel proposed in
connection with the special
charter sought by the move-
ment in Israel and commented
that the term unconditional is
used towards enemies, not al-
lies. He criticiaed the "Socialism
in our time" slogan since, he
said, no such legislation was
intended and the government
in any case, was working to-
wards a reasonable solution of
its economic problems. From
the long-ranga view, he said,
it was obvious that Israel
would have a mixed economy.
In a sharp reply, Mrs. Myer-
in criticism, Dr. Silver son, who accused Dr Silver of
"Friend, of Israel will be jj-f'fi.ft ftS
critical and I counsel you tJon to ali delegates to remain
e it in good grace. Do not the country after the Congress
. it This criticism will be Lndj and see for themselves how
;o the fact that they hope Jewish national interests are
is to be great in moral ex- guarded by the Government. She
ice and in every other re- |lgo re{erred to a "romance be-
tween Silver and the Mapam,"
the pro-Soviet left Socialist party
In a scathing counterattack,
Mrs Myerson demanded to know
what Zionist leaders 'n.Amer.
had done to refute the libels that
the Israel Government was pre-
venting private capital and for-
eign investors from participating
in Israel's upbuilding. She asked
whether some of these same lead-
ers had not helped fan "the fires
of allegation." .
The Israelis, she insisted, are
ng to give you the support The Ut*UU s ^
1 it. Claiming that in I9d ur "
ver opposed illegal immigration
to Palestine and a straining of
relations with Britain over its
White Paper restricting Jewish
emigration to Palestine, she said:
"If he was wrong once, he may
be wrong again."
Finally, she said that if
American Zionist leaders had
come to Israel and settled there
after the state was established.
it would have been "an inspir-
ing example" of immigration
for American Jewish youth.
"Israel will yet see a mass mi-
gration from the free coun-
tries." she predicted, "becauw
Jews will not be able to resist
the temptation to participate in
the upbuilding of the state."
ike Plans For County Bond Rally
IV V ill IV. in ^<_*.T WVWB
and when they see party
dangerous schismatic edu-
and gross irregularities in
pngress elections, they feel
own.
pu, on the other hand, have
pght to speak to us for our
in haluuiot Because we
.ailed," Dr. Silver contin-
"You may criticize our im-
jDce. Both sides, you and
[should welcome frankness.
Us work as one people and
Shall be invincible in the
. of difficulties. Jewry is
Ing to give you the support ]
Bl.
|e attacked the demand for
Council Session
Itponed Till Monday
] [TED NATIONS, N.Y. (J l'A)
le United Nations Security
il session scheduled for
iaiiv morning was postponed
[Monday right at the request
dim Sarper, Turkish dele-
It ? the- U.N. The session will
lei i next Monday.
le view here is that today's
It was an interim report and
[Gen. Riley appears to pre-
1 i continue direct negotia-
dthough no agreement has
been reached between the
>loiilor Outlines
Objectives For
\ai'l Bond Meet
NEW YORK (JTA) Five
major objectives of the First Na-
tional Economic Conference for
Israel were outlined here today
in a statement by Her.ry Montor,
vice-president of the American
Financial and Development Cor-
poration, which is sponsoring the
sale of Israel Bonds in this coun-
try. The Conference will open in
Washington on September 20.
Mr. Montor listed the purposes
of the conference as follows: "1.
To review the progress of the
economic development of the
State of Israel and the opportuni-
ties for expansion in the immedi-
ate future; 2. To obtain first-hand
reports from leaders of the Israel
Government on the plans for
greater economic development
during the next three years; 3.
To examine the methods and
techniques that have been em-
ployed in various parts of the
country to promote the State
of Israel Bonds; 4. To survey the
achievements of the State of Is-
, rael Bond Drive since its incep-
tion on May 1, 1951; 5. To adopt
I-a program for the mobilization
' of American Jewry to speed the
. economic independence of Israel."'
Bordered on on.- side by the insignia of the State of Israel and
on the other by the seal of the Zionist Movement, delegates to the
23rd World Zionist Congress are shown as they listened to Berl
Locker (center) deliver the opening address last week at the con-
gress in Jerusalem. Locker is chairman of the Jerusalem Section
of the Jewish Agency. Huge candles decorated the head table at
which leaders of World Zionism weee seated. (American Jewish
Press Radio Photo.)
Synagogues Will
Push Bond Sales
A plan to sell Israel bonds to
members of every Jewish con-
gregation of Greater Miami
through the religious groups di-
vision of the Council of Organ-
izations was made public this
week.
The plan consists of setting up
bond selling tables in the lobbies
of all synagogues where High
Holiday tickets are sold. These
Warship Heads For Suez Hotspot
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Making plans for the county-wide bond rally to be held
rd the Prins Valdemar on September 9 are (seated. L to r.)
Is Emanuel Karger. Mrs. Bee Jaffer: (standing. 1. to r.) Joseph
tov. Mrs. Harry Gersten and Seymour B. Liebm.n. chairman
line Council of Organisations of the bond drive.
ZOA To Receive f I Israel Invited
Seats On Jewish To Paris Meet
*.......- Vvaantivft1 TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel is,.
Agency fcxeenme, d tables will be manned by cm-
JERUSALEM (JTA) As the rn""eiy "- ** ,"1, gregation members who will ask
World Zionist Congress wound J? the United Nations r-alestinc fc purchasers to buy an
world Zionist congress wouiio Condllttion Commission s invi- Ron(T
up its first week of general de-1 tation to attend a conference to- : "'* ..
bate on issues confronting it, pri-| getheY with the Arab states in \ A tette,-will^ ^ se"t Jo aH con-
j vate negotiations began on com- Pans September 10, it was learn- f'^^Xms of the instUim-
position of the new administrate eg Ministry circles stated tions urging the members to buy
[tion of the World Zionist Organ- today that, as in every other sim- one or more Israel bond upon
ization. ilar situation, Israel will answer the occasion of Roh Hashona.
It is rerjorted that two seats the invitation positively, provid- Dr. Morris Goodman chairman
It is reported mat two seats binding conditions re- of the Greater Miami Committee
in the Jewish Agency executive e?rXgthe purpose of the talks for Bonds of Israel Government,
I have been offered to the Zionist are proposec) These circles re- i called attention to the availability
Organization of America, for Ben- iterated Israel's readiness to en- | of Israel Bonds as gifts. "An Is-
iamin G Browdy, its president,, ter into direct negotiations with : rael bond is an ideal gift tor
, jaiiun u. niuwuy, v the Arabs Thev stressed that Is- birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs. wed-
ar.d Dr. Emanuel Neumann, its [** Se no concessions, dings, anniversaries and trad,-
I former president, with the pro- un)ess tnt. Arabs made equal con- tional celebrations." he said. An
' viso that Dr. Neumann assume cessions within the general Israel bond is a gift which grows
duties within Israel. The Z.O.A., framework of peace terms.
however, is reported insisting on
the designation of these two men
| without conditions.
Representatives of the two con-
flicting groups within the World
1 Confederation of General Zion-
i ists are to meet at a roundtable !
i shortly and seek to heal the
; breach within the movement
which arose over the question of
| representation within the Con-
| federation for the General Zion-
ist Party of Israel.
I Reds Call Israel
Elections fascist'
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
'Communist party denunciations'
of Israel for alleged "fascist prov-
ocation" in the election recently
were seen here as indirect con-
firmation of Zionist Organization
I of America assertions that the
j voting had proved "Israel's full
identification with Western dem-
ocracy."
The Communist charges were
reported from Tel Aviv by Tele-
press, propaganda outlet of the
Czechoslovak Soviet controlled
| satellite.
According to the Red report, i
I the Political Bureau of the Com-
munist party of Israel accused |
the Mapai. Israel's dominant ,
Socialist labor party, of organiz- i
ing election attacks on Young
Communist League members.
One of a number of British warships rushed by London to the
Suez Canal after the Egyptians detained en English ship in line
with its attempted stranglehold on shipping bound for Israel
through the vital passageway is shown as ;t entered thj canal.
A youngster on shore watches the warship proceed up the buei
Israel, joined by the U.S.. France and Britain, d-smanded in the
U.N. that the blockade be ended. (American Jewish Press Photo)


PAGE 2 A
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 24
Junior Hadassah Conclave Slated Mechlowitz: Named
For September 1-3 At Sorrento To North Shore Post
Plans havfbeen completed for day. September 3. The meet will A. Louis Mechlowitz. Miami
the Southe regional conference close on Monday afternoon Beach attorney ha_s been una
: Junior Hadassah which will be | Assisting the conclave co-char- JmousJS the North 'shore Jew.sh
held September 1. 2 and 3 at the men are Elaine Sachs. Annette Center has tcen announced by
Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach. Mel'ch. Sandra Friedman. Sylvia Melvm Pazol. president
Cohen and Ann Alternhous. Mechlowitz. who is the center
____________________choir master, has already begun
B'oJ RVHh Plane training with a group of mem-
nai D riin I Idlls cers for the New Years services
at the congregation's own build-
ing which is st 75th Street and
Sorrento
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Miri-
Scheinberg, conference co-
::-.en. have announced that
Seymour B. Leibman will be
gu< speaker at the opening ses-
in Saturday evening. Sep-
;t::.^er 1. Liebrran. who has re-
Membership Rally
I oeneaiction
!:..-:.:'..-.:. :. : ''''
take place :r. a candlelight cere-
I the oar.quet scheduled
illowed by
. .. nee I tes and date s
A nati : representai
aration for the 1951-52 member- ing of programs of the women's
ship campaign. group.
Sholem Lodge To Sponsor Frolie
Sunday \ight At Uordon Home
A gala evening, an enjoyable tior.ed. scores of items, includ-
. ......... ,;--.-- ,-\ ga.d evening. a;i cnju\-ic uu-ru, vih "'"" ......
rf::; get-together, a full hour show, ing household appliances, will be
SUMMER PRICES
dancing and all the food you can auctioned,
eat Irving Saal. Marvin Rauzin.
is* committee Sidney Aronoxitz. Ed Roth. Jen-1
ung for the nje Gordon and Alexander Lien
- B'nai B'rith fr .- are assisting Lemelman with ar-
The affair rangemen:-
start at 7 p.n n ;. -- may be obtained in ad-
- I the horn* : Ml n '.ling the Sholem
Mi Hi ry 3 rd n, 2201 Lodge office. 82-9890. or Alex-
Avenue. :.;or. at 4-2377. Tickets will I
; : if so requested.

u menu Pi tables
danci patio,
t will provided
units : thi '.'..
N- V .-" Roundup, und-
War I
I women of
Lodge will pitch Jh to
atstanding
gathering of the year, according
to David Le:r.e!nr.an. general

In addition to the activity iron-
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1 Narrator
September 20 has been set as Dickens Avenue,
the date for the B'nai B'nth Benjamin Starr has been ap-
cently returned from Israel, will Council annual membership rally pointed co-chairman of the mem-,
speak on "American Zionism To- at xrie Saxony Hotel, it has been | bership committee and Frank
day' Vice-Mayor Burnett Roth announced by state federation Briskma- was named to thef
will welcome delegates on behalf president. E. Albert Pallot. building committee to succeed
of Miami Beach, and Abraham Following a planning luncheon Mechlowitz.
S :er and S. A. Goodman will attended bv all lodge presidents _--------------------------
br:ng greetings fr. Miami and council officers, the member-, Roard of Women's GrOUP
Beach Young Zionist District and ship ranv program was outlined ZT^f on
the Zionist Youth Commission re- B'na: B%nth national member- lO Meet August ^3
spectively Th-. opening session sniD director. Max Kroloff. will Mrs. Meyer Forer. president;
be followed bv an informal ^e tne principal speaker. Also of the Women's Activities Group ,
party for delegates and guests, scheduled to appear will be Dr. of the Miami Jewish Community
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president William Wexler of Savannah. Ga.. Center, has issued a call for a
Greater Miami Chapter of District 5 membership Commis- meeting of the board of director.-
Hadassah, will be guest speaker S10ner. and Julius Fisher of Ro- of the Women's Activities Group
inior-seni luncheon on anoke. Ya.. district secretary. for Wednesday. August 29. at
Sundav afternoon. September _. judge Sam I. Silver, president 10:00 a.m. at the Center.
Mrs. Alex Van. Straaten will give 0f the South Florida Council, urg- Purpose of this meeting. Mrs
invocation at the luncheon ^ all lodge presidents to appoint Forer stated, is to make plans
and Mrs. H. C Moser wia give membership committees in prep- for the formal fall season open-
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HDAY. AUGUST 24, 1951
+Jewist) HcrldUain
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
In thr "f ,lu' clc'Prcssion while F.D.R. was
i for his New Deal. Florida elected a
| nor. The race itself was somewhat of
Dave Si-oltz. a mediocre lawyi
. n and virtually unknown in Flo
' tily forced ahead of all other car.di-
KL Powerful interests were evidently backing
resources were meager enough; filed
on the record were Judgments arising
1 tive mortgages signed in 1925 du
.rril 1 state boom which swept the entire state.
IGE CHIEF EXECUTIVE
a tradition in Florida that no governor
Lr left the executive mansion impoverished. The
, gri at temptations. In the case of
|v Full' ; Warren there was much angry talk of
Ejpeachmi nt. But on the expiration of his term.
t 5] had enough confidence left to run for
I : He was badly defeated, but no charges
irruption were hurled by his opponents.
fom this wo <";'!i infer that Gov. Sholtz acquitted
Imseli ti lerably wellif not as good as some Flor-
[ vet not as bad as others.
SI 'UPRISING CAMPAIGN
ign itself evoked a gratifying surprise
1 h 1 itizens. As the prospects for Sholtz
I brighter, they were wondering whether
|e electorate would vote for a Jewish governor.
t'judici is deep rooted, even when inarticulate.
lecade, deep cleavages were exposed in
1 1 The billionaire Henry Ford had fallen
t tin I 1 machinations of a Boris Brasol and his
jtctionary White Russiars. Vicious writing in the
Indepi ndent had disseminated anti-Jewish
lout, the nation The Ku Klux Klan,
hind white gowns and closed hoods, had
: ..ikelry in the grass roots, a*%ell as the
l the cities. The nation writhing in the coils
j lepression was angrv and frustrated.
fOXVERSlON AND CONCEALMENT
Sholtz was drawing applause from large,
crowds. The ward healers spoke of his
A Jewish Governor of Florida
German descent. Presbyterian faith, and boyhood
on a farm. The rank and file could not know that
the candidate was born in Brooklyn of parents h
English was foreign and thickly accented. During
the war, he had been stationed at the Key West
Naval Base. He remained in Florida, married in
church, and changed over to the Christian fail .
Vi t the Gentile electorate must have known some-
thing of his Jewish birth: ex-Governor John W.
Martin and other opponents saw to it that such in-
formation was broadcast or whispered. The Jewish
voters were ir. the main for him; change of religion
does not necessarily betoken a false heart. The case
of Disraeli is" a shining example. But the minority
held that a nwshumed is not to be trusted. Events
would disclose the manner of man he was.
ANTI-NAZI DEMONSTRATION
Early in 1933. Hitler attained power. News dis-
patches persisted that full scale violence would be
directed agairst German Jews. Every one felt that
the Nazi victory ushered in a perilous era. The
revocation of Jewish rights in Germany foreboded
similar actions in other lands.
Giant demonstrations were staged in Madison
Square Garden and other large cities the world over.
Pursuant to a telegram from Stephen S. Wise, we
held on March 19th a protest meeting that over-
flowed Temple Israel. Priests and ministers joined
rabbis in prayer to avert disaster. In that dark hour,
public men and newspapers expressed their fears
and their sympathy for German Jews. Mrs. Wood-
row Wilson happened to be visiting on Miami B<
Unable to be present, she joined the protest in a
letter that was read at the overflow meeting.
THE GOVERNORS CALLOSITY
But the Jewish born governor of Florida was care-
ful to avoid revealing any feeling for the imperiled
of his blood kin. We wrote requesting his presence
at the demonstration. He ignored our letter. We
then wired for a public statement condemning re-
ligious or racial persecution. Mr. Newell, his secre-
tary, finally sent an evasive reply about being un-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
able to contact the governor. It became clear that
Dave Sholtz ran true to type. Evidently the tl
ity were right in their estimate of a renegade
THE NAZI THRUST IN MIAMI
The march of events proved our foreboding to
have been more than justified. The Jews in Germany
were on the rack: their torture ceased only aft.
million of their European coreligionists were ex-
terminated. But in the dazzling sur.shine and lam-
bent moonlight in Miami, persecution seemed as re-
mote as occurrences in a history book. We hardly-
expected Judeophobia to strike in our very midst
until one morning merchants discovered small round
stickers on their plate glass windows. Each had the
picture of a repulsive looking Jew, with the inscrip-
tion encircled: To buy from Jews is helping the Com-
munism. The grdmmar indicated their Teutonic or-
igin. They reappeared periodically. Investigations
disclosed that these stickers followed the docking of
(; irman ships in Miami harbor.
THE GERMAN SHIP
Ore of these boats went in for public relations.
Prominent Miamians were wined and dined on board.
The Nazi propaganda to which our townsmen were
subjected can only be surmised. One day the Cham-
1 .if Commerce phoned my office: "What was the
Jewish population of Miami?"' I cross questioned,
"Who wants to know0" The woman was evasive.
Are you taking a census of religious groups, or furn-
ishing information to the German ship? The female
voice sounded confused and floundering.
AN ABSURD GESTURE
. This boat caused our governor to show his hard.
Before the good will ship arrived, the Jewish Unity,
.. weekly then edited by Ellard Karn. carried a sug-
tion about staging a protest. The governor was
quick to act. He ordered out National Guardsmen,
presumably to prevent an attack on the German
vessel. Ironically, while Jews everywhere were
drawn and quartered spiritually, the Jewish born
Governor of Florida came to the defensenot of
Jt ws, but of Nazis. ..
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Celebrate Israel
Election Results
The Labor Zionist Council of
Greater Miami will celebrate the
Labor victory in the recent Is-
rael elections at a party to be
held Saturday, August 25, at 8
p.m. at Harfenist Restaurant,
1381 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Principal speaker will be Rab-
bi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Bee Jaffer,
president of the Labor Zionist
Council, will preside.
A community sing, refresh-
ments and entertainment are on
the agenda.
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1,000 Expected At
[County Bond Rally
The first county-wide rally of
l.j] Jewish organizations ir. bade
Icouniv to be held aboard the
IPrinz Viildemar will take place
\,r Sunday night, September 9.
when more than 1,000 members
Jewish community are ex-
ected to turn out for a marr.-
noth rally and ertertainment in
to the State of Israel.
ip.nuncement was made at
ing <>I the arrangements
, held at the olfice of
^, ur B. Liebman, chairman
M the Council of Organizations
i Greater Miami Committee
j :,(i; of Israel Government.
Guesl of honor and chief,
I r will be Avraham Har-
h'...n. chief of the office of infor-j
of the Israel Embassy;
i adquarters in New York. ;
ian will also be guest at
brunch to be held in the card
i t the Sea Gull Hotel on
j September 9, at 11 a.m.
of limited accommoda-
i ::.-. only 100 Jewish leaders of
I mmunity have been invited.
One of Israel's outstanding pub-
I ists, Harman has served as
bt puty Director of the Press
i information office of Is-
i Is Ministrv for Foreign Af-
irs lost year he was consul
lencral ol Israel in Canada.
Prior to his work for the gov-
|r:. : t r.l of Israel. Harman held
..f itsponsible posts in
Agency for Palestine
Zionist groups in South
I in his native England.
torn !940 to 1948 he was in
: the English section of
Jewish Agency Information
)ii ice.
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am. with over 100 seating din-
lg room, bath adjoining rooms,
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ni. Ph. 2-2824.
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' MIAMI BEACH BRANCH
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If' fin i Itrith Groups Launch Fifth
Year Ol Service To VA Patients
*Ja sch,ed"'e weekly parties, present parties, entertainment.
and entertainment for the pa-1 gifts and refreshments for these
tients of the tuberculosis ward hospitalized veterans every
at Pratt Gentral Hospital in Cor- "
al Gables has been announced by
the B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida.
Entering its fifth year of serv-
ice for the ward, B'nai B'rith
lodges and women's chapters will
Center Women Plan
Yom Kippur Dance
Women's Activities Committee
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center is making plans for a gala
Yom Kippur r.igh; dance on
October 10 at the center, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ida Forer, chairman.
"We are hoping to make the
dance the occasion when all the
young people who are formu-
lating wedding plans announce
their engagements," Mrs. Forer
said. ^
Dancing, prizes and contests
are being arranged by the com-
mittee.
Thursday evening, according to
Judge Sam I. Silver, Council
President.
E. Albert Pallot is the District
No. 5 chairman of the service
committee for armed forces and
vtter;.i>. established in 1950 upon
the entry ol the United Nations
into the Korean conflict.
The Bn^i B'rith lodges have
supplied patients with paper
bound booklets, cigarettes, sta-
tionery, playing cjrds and many
personal guts for men celebrat-
ing t.'.eir birthdays.
The South Florida lodges were
awarded a special citation for
veteran's service at the district
convention in Columbia, S.C. Ac-
cording to B'nai B'ritti council
director. Charles R. Jacobson.
this was tht- first citation of its
kind to be presented by the na-
tional commission on veteran's
affairs to any B'nai B'rith group
in the United States.
Rcretz Schools
To Open Sept. 6
The two Y. L. Peretz Schools
of the Workmen's Circle will
open on September 6. Registra-
tion may be made on Monday.
Wednesday and Friday 4-7 p.m.
at 25 Washington Ave. for the
Beach school, and on Sunday 10-
: 12 noon, Tuesday and Tnurs-
Iday. 8-10 p.m. at 1545 S.W. 3rd
| Street for Miami.
The Workmen's Circle schools,
which are affiliated with the
, Bureau of Jewish Education, are
the only secular schools in Great-
i er Miami where Jewish children
may obtain a Jewish education in
the Yiddish language. The child-
ren are taught to read, writ* and
speak Yiddish, to appreciate Yid-
dish literature and Jewish his-
' tory, the meaning of Jewish holi-
days. Jewish folk-songs and prov-
erbs, biographies of Jewish spir-
itual figures and fighters for
' freedom. There are also extra-
'. curricular activities such as trips
i to libraries and art exh: its,
sight-seeing excursions and pic-
1 nics.
Hebrew New Years
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PAGE 7A
"On the Trail"____
JLER'S KOSHER
fljve Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
fa Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Ef Rabbinical Superyuion
1 Sell Retail and Wholesale
Hotels. Restaurant! and
Bulcher Shops.
S.W. 81h St.
Shoch< t on Premises
\V( & Thurs. 'til Noon
LFORD'S POULTRY CO.
N. w. 8th SI.. Miami
Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939
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IMPLIES
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your time of need let
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hone 3-3431 or 9-1436
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Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 11-12 A. M.
ected and Announced by
Beach Center Widen* Scope Of
Religion* Sehooi Activities
In preparation for its religious Lehrman, Seymour B. Liebman.
school opening on September 4,
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
has adopted a series of plans for
coordinating all educational ac-
tivities under an enlarged Board
of Education.
'Our objective," said Samuel
Friedland, president, "is to make
our center a veritable 'House of
Study' for young and old alike.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Dr. Herman
Mechlowitz, Julius J. Perlmut-
ter, Harry Sirkin, George J. Tal-
ianoff and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey.
Early registration records
point to an enrollment of over 500
children and young people in the
various departments of the school.
All center facilities are now ready
to receive the pupils. PTA and
The board of education will be Sisterhood committees will assist
representative of all affiliated
center groups and the member-
ship at large and will be respon-
sible for the operation of the
following educational units:
daily nursery school, afternoon
Hebrew school and Hebrew high
school. Sunday school, junior
high school, college of adult Jew-
ish studies, department of youth
and extension activities, center
library and the Jewish museum."
Chairman of the newly enlarg-
ed board is Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Other members are Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Sydney J. Greenberg,
educational director, Gilbert Bal-
kin, Morris Cohen, Irving Cypen,
Mrs. Jack J. Fa Ik, Samuel Fried-
land, I. R. Goodman, Mrs. Theo-
dore Hankoff, Edward Klein,
Many Kronsbcrg, Mrs. Irving
Zionist District
To Receive Charter
Israel Zionist District of Mi-
ami Beach will receive its char-
ter at a banquet on Thursday ev-
ening, September 6, at the Miami
Beach Athletic Club, 6820 Ind-
ian Creek Drive, according to an
announcement by Dr. Louis G.
Lytton, district president.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, president
o! the Hollywood Zionist Dis-
trict, will make the chatter pre- !
sentation on behalf of the na-
tional organization and will in-
stall the first slate of officers.
Fred Jonas and Alex Van
Straaten have been named chair-
men of thr event. Other mem-
bers of the committee include j
Malvin Englander. Philip Edel-
man. Saul Genet. Harry J. Sonz, I
Burnett Roth, Seymour Liebman i
and S. A. Goodman.
The district has opened offices:
in Room 510 at 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Information con-
cerning the new Zionist district
may be obtained by calling
5-0346.
in registration September 4. Pup-
ils returning to the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will find the school
building completely renovated.
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Anton Loeb. member of the
Miami Beach Exchange Club,
is shown singing the Cuban
National Anthem at the Cuba
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baritone of the Metropolitan
Opera Company, he is now art
director of Paramount's Ani-
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FRIDAY, AUGiirt ?,
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"Strictly Neighbors
By HELEN ALPERT
DEAR FRIENDS ;]e.column n::nk because I'mon^
way North in JO : inutes and I'll be oack when I come back to
k *'. i, Sep-.e-.ber. My passengers will be daughter
Bret- and h n Mugsi. If you don't know Mugsi. you sr.ould.
SS instantly: and a good deal of r.er talking
-. lung you're likely to .pick up on Flag-
- eel We lov her because she is so curiously markedoeing
acab catthat the impresj that of four cats walk-
- i und '' twi faces
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER: Hol,Phtful
V unce Sross ai I etten to me. are always so delightful
. n re. Ill drape them over the wall in
lated to catch even the blandest eye .
- an Open Welcome to all -old timers to get
: plan a zesty -Old Timers" Night
tor of the Miami Jewish Community
c center was organized as the
,V. .. feat I 'unded a little too
ame was changed variously to the
-v and Y.W.H.A.clumsy enough for any-
n w ir.t the inclusive Miami Jewis
- the community, he writes,
... ..... eel mighty pr ud ti e
Id 1 been talk:-.. I plan-
.... ] s" Night" to i
189 ... and tell
PERSONALITIES:
Oood newi tonight about one of our most la.ented fellas.
Etliol Field at WKAT is assisting with production of Gabriel
Heattex b:oa=:asts. If other news-casters around here held one-
taotfc c! E:::c! 5 editorial skill, that there gadget called radio
would be worth .ts shelf-room evenings.
Settled :-. the'! cew place on Normandy Isle are Julius Sar
and his bride. Mildred Rubin. He's on the soc-al welfare board
John Throtva psych major from the U. of Florida, is a psychi-
atric issistanJ in = Minnesota institution.
Formei Beach figure Paul Nagel. plays the lead in the Ring
-'-.i-.re' comma Southern Exposure" Which reminds me
that : chatted with San Hindi and his wife t'other piamiere
night cf Seii:r. in -.he Sun They look wonderful ... I chatted
very properly toe in th( bisl theatre traditionduring ir.lermis-
lion in the lobby eve: a cigarette that kept getting in the clothes
of anybody r.ea: me.
THE K:D S HOME: .
grand for Myroi Levis
- :.pted
I'll go down
- ;; ; e to Betty and Phil.
. t thai
JOTTINGS:
Z'.i tor a European trip, as you know, are Larry Goodman and
June Mindlin :r:rr. the Jewish Social Service Bureau Zippy
gal is Jeanette Feldrr.an. retired City Hall employee from Newark.
N J. She s a Miami resident.
HEBREW ACADEMY:
I .,. :' visit is The Hebrew Academy- on 6tr.
St! Its principal. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, has
. pproach in translating genuine Hebrew
: ...-. inl : nstruction ol Amei .. an-Ji w
: st yea m numbered 215 boys and girls
S- ti irks the scl l*s fifth
ti n. there are enthusiasts for our growing list
: h :-... Da S h ..- and rabl is and scholars who have visited
hen applause the steady development of
tl ..- .. .: M '-'-
BYE NOW:
Well, to my surprise, here it isrot an amputated column at
all. running regular length. Just shows to go you------this typewriter
knows more than I do!_________________________________________
Gables Swim Dance
Dungaree Dance
bv
Siste:
T Miami Beach Y will pre-
-. a Dungaree Dance" for
C;..- rtrr.BT -..: adults on Sunday tvening.
- August 26 The evening will fea-
ca> August 2 _. dancing, grand
Mrs. Roi n marches gan es and ballroom
ch:-.-i.e of t.-.g .ffa.r______________ dancing ______________
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
WQAM. Sunday. 10:30 A.M.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Mrn. Alryn Cohen
Double-Ring Rites
I'nite Alvvn Cohens
A double-ring service ;.: the
:*an Hotel on August 12
united in marriage Miss Barbara
Joan (Bunny) Fisher and Pfc.
Alvyn Cohen. Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
tlie Morris Fishers of the Car: -
bean Hotel. The bridegroom's
parents are Mrs. Louis Fleisher
of Brooklyn and Myron Cohen
of Few York.
For the ceremony, th? bride
chose a street-length frock of
powder blue f:iille fashioned with
white Chantillv lace yoke. She
wore a matching bonnet and car-
ried orchids on a bible.
Mrs. Charles Kramer, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor
in a pink linen trock with navy
lace jacket and orchid corsage
Mr. Kramer was best man.
The former Miss Fisher attend -
' ed thi University of Miami.
where she was 'affiliated with
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Her
ind attended N w V irk
University and the University of
Miami He belongs to Phi Ep-
il n Pi fr iternity.
A reception at the hotel fol-
lowed th< erei
T. < coupU ..- tra\ eling
" pi king theii
in C ilu r.bia. S.C
ohen is stati ned.
IIZS N. W. 3rd Street
Phone 87-8201
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President
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Vows In Las Vegas, Nevada, Ceremony
rormei Ziegfield Follies star. Polly Lux, 20 Star Id. j
i, .nH Miami Beach banker and attnrnv n' 'an<>.:
jxevaaa, perlormed the ceremnn
Following a reception in the Desert Room of the hotel th
left for Hollywood, where they will remain until thev sail,
lulu .nrlv in September. They expect to return to Miami Id
October 15 ""41
For the ceremony, the bride chose a silver gray organri
with bouffant ballerina-length skirt, princess neckline $
bodice. It was adorned with tiny hand-embroidered chart""
flowers She wore a small chapeau, chartreuse gloves a J^.
and a live baby orchid corsage and carried a small silver hands
Barbara Kaufman
Selects Late August
Planning a late August wed-
ding is Miss Barbara Kaufman,
whose engagement to Irwin Ru-
bin, son of Mr and Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, 5965 Alton Road. Miami
. has been announced by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kaufman of Tampa and 2480
Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach.
A graduate of Hillsborough
High S hooL Tampa, the bnde-
elecl is a senior at the University
of Miami, where she is a pledge
to Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Rubin was graduated from
Riverside Military Academy at
Hollywood and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he be-
: t i Tau Epsilon Phi frater-
nity. He served in the Air Corps
four years, and since his dise-
ngaged in the
te and construction bus-
Oneq Shabbal Set
Miami Beach Young
District (Masadai will h
Oneg Shabbat on Friday 71
24, at 8:30 p.m at the" hj
Sam Soldir.ger, 640 85th
Miami Beach.
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Tell Barbara's Troth
Betmthai of Miss Eloise Bar-
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Mrs. Jack Polinsky. We.-t New
York. N.J.. has been told by her
parents, the Mever Hoffman. 755
85th Stnet. Miami Beach, and
Philadelphia.
The wedding will take place on
September 23 in Newark. N.J.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami High School, where
she was a member of the Thes-
pian Society and president of Top
Billing dramatics honorary. She
attended the University of Mi-
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A veteran of World War II. Mr
Polinsky attended schools in New
Jersey and was graduated from
the University of Miami, where
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1951
"Jen is it rhrirfitr
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Clemen Ehrlich have moved into their new
home at 7513 Bounty Avenue, Treasure Island, Miami Beach
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchkoif are leaving next week
for New York, where they will sail on the S.S. LaGuardia for a
two-month trip abroad. They plan to spend most of their time
in Israel. Prior to sailing en September 10, they will visit with
family in New York and New Jersey.
* +
Mrs. I. L. Reisman has returned from a visit with her daugh-
ter, Patsy, who is now attending Camp Lenore at Hinsdale,
Mass.
* +
Vacationing at Edgewater Manor, Hendersonville, N.C., are
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Haiduck
and children, Neil and Janice, and Mrs. Haiduck's mother, Mrs.
Gcodman.
* *
Miamians spending the summer at the Edgewater Manor
on Lake Osceola, Hendersonville, N.C., are Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey Herman and daughter, Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Weinkle and sons, Dickie and Donnie, Mrs. Stephanie Klein and
sons, Michael and Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Beck and sons, Myron and Jeffrey
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess of 2190 S.W. 10th Street, their
son. Jay, and daughter, Louise, returned last week from a two-
month stay in New York City, where Mrs. Hess and 12-yearold
|jay took courses at the Juilliard School of Music. Mrs. Hess
[studied Advanced Teaching Methods with Alfred Mirovitch,
jfamous concert pianist and composer, and received the highest
Imark in a class of 35 teachers from all over the United States
for her essay on "The Command of the Keyboard."
* *
Vacation arrivals at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C.,
cm the Miami area include: Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote, Mr.
::i Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Adler, Mr. and;
Irs. Sol Gcldman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Somberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Somberg and Jack Levine.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer are placing the accent on mile-
age during their vacation. After a week in New York at the
Waldorf-Astoria, they proceeded to Dubugue, Iowa. From there,
he Miamians spent a week fishing at Lake-of-the-Woods. Can-:
ia. When last heard from, they were returning to Dubugue. ,
* *
M. J. Kopelwitz is leaving this week for St. Louis where he
nil join his wife and daughter, Joy. They will return on Sep-
mber 3.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. August, 665 North Shore Drive, Mi-
i Beach, announce the birth of a daughter. Dale Mary, on
iday, August 17, at St. Francis Hospital. The baby was named
Dr Mr. August's mother, the late Dora August, prominent club-
woman and religious leader. Jack August is paternal grand-
ither.
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Cantor Seif To Sing At Kneseth Israel
C'jntor Abraham Seif will of-, studied voice since early child-
fciate at Hieh Holiday services hood and is now majoring in
Kneseth Israel Congregation. m-ic at the University of Miami.
,... c ., l tickets for the holidays are
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Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt,
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Bernard Resnick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis R. Resnick, Ridge-
wood, N.J.
Miss Rosenblatt a 11 ended
schools here and her fiance, in
New Jersey.
The wedding will take place on
October 14.
JSSB Has Openings
The Jewish Social Service Bur-
eau has immediate opening for
firofessional personnel. Persons
iving in Greater Miami who are
graduates of schools of Social
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work experience and who are in-
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ployment may apply to the agen-
cy which is located at 127 N.W.
2nd Street.
Mrs. Eugene Charles Heiman
Barbara Gradinger
Now Mrs. Heiman
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gradinger an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Barbara Carol, to Eu-
gere Charles Heiman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Heiman on Sun-
day, August 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Heiman are
native Miamians, having gra.du- (
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Mr. Heiman took his academic
work at the University of North
Carolina and was attending the
University of Miami Law School
at the time of his enlistment in
the United States Air Force. Mrs.
Heiman attended the University
of Miami. The newlyweds have
returned to San Antonio, Texas,
where Mr. Heiman is presently
stationed at the Lackland Air
Force Base.
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+Jelstncri FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1^
Workshop Tails
For Counters.
Hark*. Fixtures
fit urgent appeal for fluores-
lighting fixtures, store fix-
racks and counters of all
. has been issued by Herbert
. temporary chairman of a
ittee for the newly <
Sheltered Workshop, spon-
v the National Council ot
. Women, the Jewish Social
, Bureau and the Jewish
tional Service.
assisted by Emil Gould,
d that aj>p
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. over
N W 7tl Avi
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training I
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JWV Leader To Speak
tain L I C S
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f the SI
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350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Er.::ance on Washington Ave.
OCULIST'S
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Jacobs Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Jacobs, formerly of 5014 Lake-
view Drive. Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, August 26th
at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi Murray Grauer and
Cantor Jacob Tambor officiating.
Mr. Jacobs is survived by his wile
[da; his son. Edward Louis, of
igo; three daughters, May
Bobbins, Jeanette Merlin and
Golde.in Schwalb; also three sis-
ters, one brother and lour grand-
Iren.
Mr. Jacobs was a ttv
the Jewish National Workei \
i i a n ce organization. Ar:
:: ,nts are in charj Imei s
. M o n u m e n t Company;
Is and relatives
be present.
Gerrig Unveiling
monu
the 1
29 v 2
1:30 al Ml Nel C<
R Morris S
n lucti
Jev W v, ti rans ot
.: '.: Bi i b1 the
graves
Mr. Gen
Jennie; three lau ttrs,
R ith C Hi ge, Mrs. Gla lys
I botl ol H is area, nd Mrs
Adelim Si llei, I !' 'kline,
; nd on son, M L. G
M is
Mr ('< rrig was
: .r five )
ti tive al the
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: Bost m; nati transportation
: the Ji .': War V. t-
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Monui ent Com]
Carolyn Comander
To Wed Mr. Brucker
A romance that began las* May
i in Miami Beach wffl culminate
in the marriage of Carolyn C
llullld,r and Manuel (Manny.
Brucker on September 11 m
N, wark. N.J.
The bride-elect daughter Of
Mrs. Ida Comander, 536 ln
street. Miami Beach, and the afc
Samuel Comander. IS a native
.ium and a graduate ot Mi-
ami Beach High School
, son of the Louis Bruckers.
Maplewood. N.J.. I '' ;','"
i darkson University. He
is a veteran of World War II and
is now president *ansoi
Ci ramies Corp. in Bi N.J.
Program Topics Listed
Th. Proposed L"
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11 : W '
ture of J S
Hou On Sun laj
will discuss "Thi U S Mutu
. ty Bill."

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and over Station WTTT on Sun-
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tion. Palmer's Mi in A
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arrangements; friends and rela-
tives an asked I '', :;'
Levitt Unveiling
; tion a mm
Levitt. I W u hing
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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICERS
and MEMBERSHIP oi
THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1701 Washington Avenue
mourn the loss of their
Dearly Beloved Board Member
PAUL EISMAN
May his family and all of us find solace in the remem-
brance oi his noble deeds and in his abiding faith in God.
and
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Gablos Women
Slatf* I.iiim Immiii
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will sponsor a
Chinese luncheon at the center
on Wednesday. August 29, at
12:30 p.m.
Children's lunches will be serv-
ed and supervised care will be
' available, according to Mrs. Ben
iTrupkin. chairman of the event.
Members of Mrs. Trupkin"s
committee include the Mesdames
Charles Rosenberg. Alfred Reich,
Henry Fine, Saul Tashman. Irv-
ing Smiley. Moe Alter. Irving
Moskowiiz, Sam Wagman and
. Sylvia Greene.
GORDON ROOFING AND
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SWIM N' SNACK DANCE
Sponsored by
Flamingo Chapter
NATIONAL CHILDREN'S
CARDIAC HOME
|unday. August 26. 7:30 p.m.
ROBERT RICHTER HOTEL
>.50 All Proceeds to Home
Board To Meet
Henry Garison, president of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center, announces that there will
be a meeting of the board Wed-
nesday, August 29, at 8 p.m. at
the center.
Swim Party Scheduled
Women's Activities Committee
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will sponsor a
swim party at the Saxon Motel.
301 N.K. 62nd Street, on Sunday.
August 26, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Sidney Raskin, chairman,
announces that a chicken dinner
will be served.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 20210
RE: E8TATE il'
BEN MARCUS, !>.....Reed
NOTICE Or INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I
have rii.fi mj final report and petition
for Una! Discharge as Administratrix
I the estate < Ben Marcus, and thai on the 21st day of Bepti i
" 1951, nrlll apply ii. the Honorable
w F. Blanton, County Judge of Dadi
Cotjnty, Florida, for approval of said
.....r( and fen- fin ii discharge
Admlnlatrat \ of the Estate of Ben
Marcus, deceased
This :nu daj ..f August, 1951
ANNA MARCUS
DAVID A PRANK
103-406 Olympla Bldg
Ait......-. foi Administratrix
v 17 _-1 -:: 1 ;.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgni d, desiring lo i ngagi
in business under tin- fictitious name
of BELL LAUNDRY AND CLEAN
BR8 ii Miami, Dade County, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of Hi" Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK COHEN
Bole Owner
MA.MKI I.IHKI,
Al toi ney *ror Applicant
Lawyers Building
228 N, E. 2nd Avenue
8/17-24-31 :. 7
Miamians' Brother Passes
Friends of Mrs. Charles Belan-
, ov. 1818 S.W. 9th 'Street, and Mrs.
jRose Oxman. 1326 S.W. 6th Stret.
I are offering then- condolences fol-
: lowing word of the passing of
their brother, Isidor Goldberg. 65,
in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Sunday.
i The two sisters had just returned
to their homes after spending
three weeks at his bedside when
i word of his death reached them.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe fii-tltlou* name "f
ACE FROZEN CUSTARD at K!"17 x.
\v 15th Ave.. Intend to register said
name with th.- Clerk of the Circuit
ICourt !" Dade County, Florida,
MA It It Y BALTZMAN
EVA BALTZMAN
STEPHEN !' KE8HLER
Attorney for Applicant
L'L'nip W. Flagler St.
8 24-31 :< :-\ i
Obituaries
MISS IDA MI'TZI.KR
70. of the Tower Hotel. Miami, passed
awaj on the 14th. Mlai Hutsfer, who
was born in aeergla and member of
th. family operating Rich's Depart-
ment Si4.ro in Atlanta, hail been ail
Invalid for yeara, Bervlcei were oon-
durl.-d at i.ilbicow'H Kuiu-ral Horn.- l>y
in. Jacob H. Kaplan.
lake it a
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AUGUST BPOS-rS?
la the flf tTf
CHARLES PROSKT
SI, of Kill' Collins Avenue, passed
awaj on the 20th leaving a brother,
Sam Services were held al Beach
Mei..... .ii Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
i: termenl followed In Mt. Blnal Ceme-
tery.
EflWARD I. HAI-BERSTADT
'\. of 8783 Byron Avenue, passed away
.Sunday. He leaves hli wife, Brna,
and .i daughter, Pearl The remains
were sent i" New York Cits fi serv-
ices and Interment by Beach Memor-
ial Chapejj 1830 Alton Road.
I ANNIE KLEINBERO
54, of 1890 Ocean Drive, passed away
"" the 19th, leaving her husband.
Max, The remains were sent to Ne
York Cltj for services and interment
bj Beach Memorial Chapel, I860 Alton
Road
MBS. FREDA MINOR
! on, of 1200 S.W. 15th Terrace died or
a heart attack Sunday night A Ml-
amlan tor 12 years Mrs Minor, owner
of th,- Kdlson Electrical Mxtur*- Com-
[pany, came here from CnTcaxo, She
li-itvi-H four sons. Jaik. William. Lee
and Ray. Gordon F'uneral Home was
in oharge of arrangements for sending
the mains to Chicago for services
and Interment
ISIDORE I.i:\IXK
of .142 N.E. 189th Street, passed
a> Sunday. Llthgow was in charge
ai tangements.
JACOB ZETLER
uii Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton
id, was in charge of arrangements
sending the remains to New York
y for services and Interment. Bur-
Ing are bli wife, Ellaabeth, daiiKh-
s Sylvia Belter, Evelyn ShaplrOi
dred Gadol; one son. Bernard.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23684
RE: ESTATE < >!
ll'A SLOTKINj Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that i nave
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
th.' .state of IDA BLOTKIN deceased;
and that on th.- 2*th day of Septem-
ber, 1951, l will apply to the Honorable
W. P, HI.AXTOX, County .1 u.I:;. of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Estate
of IDA si.oTKix. deceased.
This 21st day of August, 1951
F1ANNIE 1.KW1X.
Administratrix
IRVING CYPEN
Attorn.-\ fur Administratrix
s 24-11 9 7-1 I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
NO. 143327
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I.EE M AMERSHEK, Plaintiff.
against
IIKi.KX AMERSHEK, Defendant.
YOU, HELEN AMERSHEK, I Cen-
ter Avenue, Leonardo, New Jersey,
are hi reby notified that a Hill of c *
plain! for Divorce lias I.....n fil.-.l ,i-
uainsi you. and you air required to
-. \ I- .i copy of v.mr Answer or Plead-
ing to tli>- Bill <>f Complaint on the
plaintiff- attorney, MAX It. SILVER,
822 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida.
ami fii,, the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of ih>- Clerk ,.f the
Circuit '',,uri on ,,r before th.- 21st
lav of September, I9u1. it you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in iio- Bui of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlam
Florida, this 22nd day of August, 1954.
E, It. LEATHERS* AN,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
By I- s DE PIETRO,
Deputy Clerk.
Court Seal l
B1LVER
9*2 Beybold Building
m .inn. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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mple Israel Renovates Interior
emple Israel, Miami's Reform congregation, has embarked upon
lajor renovation program, which is scheduled to be completed
_ime for High Holiday services. v
mprovements to be made at this time are installation of an eleva-
for members unable to climb the stairs, addition of new, uphol-
ed seats and modern electrical
Ellard G. Kohn, Laurence S.
Levenson, Sam C. Levenson, Sie
Mendelson, Alvin C. Richter,
Laurence E. Singer, Elry Stone,
Bernard M. Wall, Adolph Wert-
heimer and Leonard A. Wein.
To take care of the ever-grow-
ing membership, the temple
holds two consecutive services
each High Holiday evening with
Rabbi Narot and Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, both
officiating.
Rabbi Narot has announced
that his High Holiday sermons
will be designed "to relate the
eternal message of Judaism to
the compelling problems and
vital needs of our time."
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lures and painting of the entire
aple interior.
[his will mark the first time
the interior has undergone
^rations since the building was
npleted in 1928. Last year
>r to the High Holidays, how-
. the exterior of the building
repainted and stained glass
morial windows installed,
edit for the improvement
jram goes to Max Meisel. now
ping his second term as con-
eation president. According to
'of the officers of the congre-
Meisel has spent a consid-
jle part of each day on the
mises formulating plans for
refurbishing of one of Mi-
oldest houses of worship,
eading the building commit-
Emil J. Gould, whose aides
ude Norman M. Giller, Ellard
I Kohn and Adolph Wert-
er.
conjunction with the im-
>ment program, the temple
inducting an intensive mem-
lip drive, according to A. A.
}n and Henry Wolff, co-chair-
of the membership com-
fe want to serve the entire
fch community," Dr. Joseph
irot, spiritual leader of the
legation, said "especially
who are interested in a
/e, progressive Reform Ju-
Ipping plans for the mem-
lip campaign are Led Acker-
Sam Coolick, Jerome E.
Ding, Stuart S. Gordon, Jer-
C. Hofmayer, Michael M.
?rg. Arthur M. Kuhn, Ho-
Kane, Aaron M. Kanner,
Concert To
Uure Bedetti
seventh pop concert at the
Beach Auditorium on Sun-
august 26, at 8:30 p.m. will
'Cellist Jean Bedetti, who
play Bruch's Kol Nidrei.
Saens' The Swan. Grana-
layers and Pepper's Taran-
lohn Bitter will conduct.
| University of Miami Sym-
Orchestra will offer Si-
Finlandia, Bizet's L'Arle-
. Suite No. One. Strauss'
tavalier and selections from
Pacific."
etti has apeared as soloist
[the University of Miami
%ony Orchestra during its
series and his recitals are
|ered events of distinc-
the musical life of this
unity. Aside from his artis-
|a 'cellist, Bedetti is a teach-
chamber music. He has
at Berkshire Music Cen-
Tanglewood for the past
years in charge of the
er music classes,
fche request of Mrs. Serge
evitzky, Bedetti was in
i of the first memorial con-
pven for Koussevitsky On
~. 1951, at the church in
where he is buried.
Mrs. Cohen Dies At 74,
Mrs. Wolfson's Mother
Mrs. Teresa Cohen, 74, mother
of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, died
in Richmond, Va., where she was
undergoing medical treatment.
Mrs. Cohen lived in Miami for
more than a quarter century. Her
husband was the late Adolph
Cohen.
She was born in Pensacola, the
daughter of a pioneer Southern
family.
Besides Mrs. Wolfson. Mrs.
Cohen leaves a sister in Mobile,
Ala., two brothers in California,
and three grandchildren, Fran-
cis, Louis and Mitchell Wolfson,
Jr., of Miami.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday in Richmond. The
body will be returned to Miami
later for burial in Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Spiegel Returns
From Mother's Funeral
Mrs. Leonard Spiegel, return-
home Sunday, from Savannah,
Ga., where she attended the fun-
eral services of her mother, Mrs.
Fannie Cooper, former resident
of Miami.
Accompanying Mrs. Spiegel
was her mother-in-law. Mrs. Har-
ry A. Spiegel, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
who w f visiting her son and his
family.
The spiegels reside at 23 Ovie-
do Avenue, Coral Gables, Mr.
Spiegel is associated with the
Martin Jewelers on North Mi-
ami Avenue.
Paul Eisman Dies
Paul Eisman, prominent Miami
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Services were conducted in
New York at the Park West Me-
morial Chapel on August 15.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Can-
tor Jacob Y. Goldring officiated
at the rites.
Survivors include three sisters,
Mrs. Jennie Levine, Mrs". Anna
Skriloff and Mrs. Rose Freed, all
of Brooklyn, and a niece, Mrs.
Sidney Gans of Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
Jenisi> fhrHimr
\
PAGE 15 A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
3 HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE
lh< undersigned, desiring to engage in tin- iinil.iHlun.il
.-- under the fictitious name of buslnear"--."-*''..rt,"i 'P.*.<> engage I
CORONET PRODUCTS at ir.2 N v. at <\s
' Street, Miami. Florida, inten.l to 727 \
register said name with the Clerk of I intend i.
.-n.-iilt Court of Dade County.
MEYER Morris
EDNA MORRIS
(\iKKS & raiKHMAN
,:i. Lincoln Rdj
Miami Beach, F'la.
Attorneys for Coronet Producta
, .; 10-17-34
under the fictitious name of
'LASS PRODUCTS CO at
W. 2nth Street. Miami. Ha.,
register said name with the
.'1.,a^.,fF,loHda."',Ul, <:"U" "' ,,it'"-
ARTHUR Roil I A
8/24-31 /7^RRT AT**
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25075
RE; INSTATE OP
MARY 1". APra.MAN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby (riven that 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
Hi, .state of Mary It. Adelman. de-
.. ik (I. and that on the 29 day of
August, 1951, I will anply to the Hon-
ir.il.] W. F. Blanton, County Judge
. f Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final
i harm as Administrator of the Es-
Btate of Mary B. Adelman. .1. .,;,.-.-,I
This -'6th day of July, 1951.
NATHAN ADKLMAN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Administrator.
8 H-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.i, T'V'': IS HKIIKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage
r ai^lS '""u'r "'' fictitious name
of ALU 510 I1AR. at 520 Weal Flacler
Street, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the ( ircult Court of I>ade
Florida.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
County,
^,,,. ALBERT GREENBERG
CIIKRTKOK & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
607 Olympla Building
8/17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SKS"*4? under ,he fictitious name of
MIRIOA APARTMENTS at 1135-114:.
Marseilles Drive. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT RINO
LEOSHE,NERN"AT L1El!K"^N
Attorney for Applicants
8/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that i 302 Roper Building
the undersigned, desiring to engage in / Miami. Florida
I uslni ss under the fictitious name of "
JACUI'BS BEAUTY SALON at 677
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
: Dade County Florida.
JOSEPH PATTI
FRANK MONTERA
MYERS, I1EIMAN A KAPLAN.
.'.:: ,'inevs for Applicants
17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
>\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142781
{ANDREW J. FANIZZI. Plaintiff
\ \ T FANIZZI, Defendant
lou. ALVINA T FANIZZI. 3920
street, Queens, Long Isl.....I
1 New York, arc required to serve
> ol your Answer t,, the Bill ,,f
for Divon.....n plaintiffs
HARl >1.11 SHA PI Id p. '."7
.In Road, Miami Beach, Ploi Id i,
th. oi Iglnal in the office of
this Courl on or before
othi i w Ise a Decree
' i Confi sso will i entered against
.
10, 1951
FJ B LEATHERMAN,
'!. rk
Bj R II. RICE, JR..
Denut! Clerk.
rir.iiit Court Seali
I 17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
|AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142721
GENE SZMIOEL, Plaintiff.
vs
HELEN SZMIGEI,. Defendant.
. V..r. HELEN SZMIOEL, 167 Wal-
llngton Avenue, Walllngton. New Jer-
are hereby notified that a Bill of
mplalnt for Divorce has been filed
llnal you, and you are required to
a copy ..f your Answer or Plead-
|i lo the Bill of Coniplaltft on the
|i .muffs attorney. MAX it. SILVER.
f-.J Seybold Building. Miami. Floriila.
hii.l file the original Answer or Plead -
K in the office of the Clerk of the
ult Court on or before the L'Ttli
Bay ..f August. 1951. If you fail t., .1..
ludgmenl by default win be taken
Kainsi \..u for the i.-iief demanded In
In. Bill of Complaint.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ida,
I nit
r-IW R
this 26th day of Juiv, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
By WM, W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
Court Seal)
SILVER
old Building
la \
for Plaintiff
-:'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
i'1-in.-s under the fictitious name
.Has Mi,tor Sales al 2420 N.E. 2nd
*! nu
alt
Miami, Fla.. Intends to reg-
name with the Clerk of the
c.nut of Dade County. Flor.-
ABRAHAM
24-81 P/7
I-OTICHA.
Sole Owner
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service art
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
'or messenger service.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14293C
____NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HERMAN 1MLI.ANDER, Plaintiff
ixrrai.ne COOPER Hollander.
TO: LORRAINE r.....Kk""""""'"
Hollander
717 Greenwood Avenue
Trenton, New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bin f..r Dlv..... hat been filed
attalnst you In the above entitled
cause .iii.i you are hereby required to
Jf.rj* < copy nf your Answer to the
Bill ..f Complaint ..n the Plaintiffs
attorneys, and file the original In the
fflee of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt
on or before the in. da) of September.
1851, otherwise :, Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you,
This notice shall l. published once
each week for four ronsecutlve weeks
in THE .1 EWI8H II,. >RII HAN,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
da) Of August. 1951,
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
. 'lerk ..f the 'i: cull Court
By: i. s in: pietro.
Deputy ci.rk.
BERNARD MANDLER
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
>"l Ingraham Building
Miami. 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 142778
MORRIS TESSLEH, Plaintiff
vs.
DORA TESSLER. Defendant.
TO: Dora TESSLEH
1R14 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 nth day of August,
1251 otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
fess., will be entered against you,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of July.: 1951,
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: L. S. De PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk
BALLOT. SILVER, ABDo
A- MI'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
> ;l-m-17-LM
e*!=TwH.-,RCL"T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142903
nn!,OTICE OF PUBLICATION
ERNEST ARCHER, Plaintiff,
To-''lit, iVvV. !',.'"KR' 'x-'-hdant.
TO. I.I 1 IAN MAE ARCHER
11 Raven,liffe Avenue
v- ",'!""" nrlo, Canada.
thT. i,iPE. ,lh:lt,-:"V NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for divorce
has been filed against you. and vu
ate hereby required to serve a copy
or Sour Answer to the said Bill of
< omplamt on plaintiffs attorney, and
nf ,k ',',"'flna.' A""w5r in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit rOUrt on
Vi-, lw th," *'h ,li,y '' S.Titember.
o'i SJ*SE!IH ,'no nllegatlons of said
12, of "nil'lalnt will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August, [Ml
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
By: L. 8. DE PIETRO.
en. x,.. Deputy Clerk. .
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
"03 Biscaync Building
Miami. Fiorlda *
8/10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
!fcf.V|^IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
____ No. 142904
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
OENE SEYMOUR, Plaintiff.
vs
JUNE DANIELSEN SEYMOUR
TO: JI'NE DANIELSEN SEYMOUR
Box 27*. Glenwood landing
Long Island, New York
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Annul-
ment has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to' serve a
copy of your Answer to the said Bill
"'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 Septemlu :
MM; otherwise the allegations of said
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd dav of August 195]
E, B, LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit
l .irt.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) : l. S. DE PIETRO,
___ l "eputy ci.-rk
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaii
803 I: -. aj ne Building
Miami. Florida
8 10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 143100
IN RE: ADOPTION OP
sisan QAYLE BRUCE, Minor.
TO: PETER W. BRUCE
'/o John Noone
121 ir. Idaho
West I...s Angeles
California
Vnr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has I. en
filed 111 the above styled cans, and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other defens-
ive pleading upon Petitioners' attor-
ney on .,r before the 13th day of Sep-
tember, 1961, and before ..r Immedi-
ately thereafter file the original of
said pleading with the Clerk .,f the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida, otherwise, the allegations of said
petition will be taken as confessed
by you
Dated this 13 day of August. 19.11.
Miami. Dade County, Florida,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(CIRCIIT COURT SEAL)
By WM. W, STOCKING,
FRANK E Solomon'""* ''^
Attorney for Petitioners
803 11.s, .on, Building
Miami, Florida
8/17-24-31 !>/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
As of August 14th. 1981, 1 am the sole
owner of Atlas Mot.* Kales, 242'! N
2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
debts
LEGAL NOTICE
at
B
will not be responsible for anv
incurred other" than by myself
8/17-24-3, _AR1L4HAM POTl.HA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
' ndei sign. I, dei.li ng to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HANDCRAFT BASKETS OP MI-
AMI BEACH .it 1622 Alton Road,
Miami B,..cii. Florida, Intenu to reg-
ister said nam. with the Clerk .,( the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flosida,
harry- erlanger
__ Donald erlanqer
JOSEPH PARDo
Attorney for Owners
914 Seybold Building
Migmi. Florida
8/10-17-24-31
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 22193
RE: ESTATE OF
II V.MAN LAIBSON
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is h.rebv given that I have
filed tny final reporl and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Ilynian l.aibson. deceas-
ed! and that on this E9th dav of
Aujrust, 1951, i win apply t.> the Hon-
orable W, f Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
if said final report and for final dls-
Chanre BJ Administratrix of th. Ba-
tata of Ilynian Laibs.m. deceased.
This 26th dav ,,l July. 1951.
Tlt.I.iE LMIlSdS
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Administratrix
S/l-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UNIVER8ITY BEAUTY SALON al
914 I'on.e de I.....n Blvd.. Coral
Gables, Ha., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
OR \.'i: LA NO Pi 'RD
MARY BLAKEY
3-M-17-24
SEITLIN L COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. K SsS T. MIAMI St. PLA.
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, a widow;
MRS. MARGARET JONES, a widow
MRS. MINNIE SToVALL. a widow;
WESLEY E HARRISON. INC.. a
Florida Corporation:
CHARLES I). GOINS, Trustee;
JOE V. WILLIAMS. JR.. Adminis-
trator. Estate of Maggie C. Jones.
Deceased: and
N ,iay PINCKE, Defendants.
To: MRS OCTAVE WALKER a
widow; MRS MARGARET JONES
a widow; MRS MINNIE STOVALL,
a widow WESLEY E GARRISON,
INC.. 8 Florl.la Corporation:
CHARLES D. GOINS, Trustee: Joe
V WILLIAMS. JR., Administrator
Estate of Maggie c. Jones, Deceas
ed: and N JAY PINCKE; and ill
unkn-.wn parties claiming Interests
In the hereinafter described prop-
erty involved 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 .ir. not known to be dead
or alive; and all unknown parties
having or claiming to have anv
right, title or Interest In and to the
following described property, situ-
ated in Dade Coifntv. Florida, to-
wlt:
Lot 464 of PLAGLER OROVE ES-
TATES EXTENSION NO. TWO.
according t,, the Plat thereof re-
corded in Pin Booh : at Page 163
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
YOV, THE ABOVE NAMED AND
DESIGNATED DEPENDANTS, l->ih
known and unknown, arc hereby noti-
fied that the Plaintiff has filed his
Rill of Complaint against you and
each of you :.- Defendants in the a-
bove styled raus in the Circuit Coun
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In
and for Dade County, Florida,
Min, i and establish the title of the
Plaintiff in \ to the above described
lands, and t-> remove certain clouds
upon the tit:.. ,f the Plaintiff thereto,
and for such other relief as will more
fully appear from the Bill of Com-
I'l.i.ir f.!< 1 herein: and you are re-
united t> serve .< copv of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Comnlslnt
on Plaintiffs Attorney, Samuel Rubin.
420 Line. In Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and f:ie -h,- original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of
the Clri ill Court on or before the 4th
day ,,f September, A.D., 1951. If you
fail .. to do, judgment l.\ default will
i.e :.ik. n againsl you foi the relief
di n l In the Bill ,.f Complaint.
WITNESS .1 v hand and M
i: inty. F!.-I.I... tl
day Of Ac \ I I 1951
K B. LEATHERMAN,
1 "lei k of the 'ircuit
Court.
By: WM. M STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAMUEL ROBIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
8/10-17-24-S1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 143121
ELMER A. RATI.IFF. Plaintiff
vs.
GLORIA B RATI.IFF. Defendant
TO: GLORIA B. RATLIPP
9900 "L" Street
Philadelphia. Pa.
YOU are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to th. Bill ..f Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney, .Mor-
ton ROTHENBBRG. 430 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and fil-
th.- original in the office ..f the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl on or before
nber IS, 1951; otherwise,
BUI will be taken as confessed by vou
Dated this i::n, day of August, A.D.,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei k ..' the Clr. uit I "oui:
B> B II RICE, .IR .
'
1-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143109
ELEANOR P. SELLERS, Pla ff
vs.
MORRIS E. SELLERS. Defen
TO: MORRIS E SELLERS
".7 Bailey Avenue
Pittsburgh, N.Y.
YOU are hereby notified that I suit
for divoice has been filed agalt ,,u
and you are required to scrv. ,|>\
of your 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. 1951; otl wise
said Bill of Complaint will be taken aa
confessed by you
DATED at Miami. Florida, th' nth.
day of August. 1951.
B. it. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
By: WM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Curt Seali
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
S10-12 Olvmpia Bldg.
Miami. Fiorlda.
8/17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage-
In business under the fictlfiou- nun.
of ROBERTA PA8HIONETTBS at
."..1! Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Fla .
Intend to register said name with the.
'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ROSE STEI::-.'
SOL Rl'BIN
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicants
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
B/10-17-34-3!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to
in business und< r the fi. til im<
ni Bhenand. h !': rlsi .,i 159 s W
Mh Btrei I Man:. I-. i Intends t"
l name with the I 'l, It ol
the Circuit c,,Urt or Dad- County,
Florida,
Robert Walter Hamilton
Sole ( iwnor
STEPHEN P KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W Flagler St.
fcM7-24-3i :./:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to eng i
business under the fictitious name of
PREFERRED CONSTRICTION CO
..t i":'!> n \v ::.;th street. Mtaml.
Florida, Intend to register said
wtlh the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade C.untv. Florida.
NORMAN ROSENH \ N
JOSEPH PAl'LEX
MAMBER A LIFTER
.....vs for anpllcants
350 Lincoln Road
l:. a li
17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE OIRCE1T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP Fl.oRDA IN ARD FOR DADE
CoFNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
142952.
Vli U.A DALE8SANDRI8,
Plaintiff, v.-
RALPH NATI.E DALESSANHRIS.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: Ralph NATI.E DALES8AK-
DR1S. e/0 Maritime Union,
San Francisco, California.
You, Ralph Natle Dalesaandris, arc
hereby notified that a Bill of Cm-
plaint for Divorce has .been filed
against you. and you are required
t- serve .. cop) of vour Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complain)
On the plaintiff's Attorney. Ben Essen.
Esq B23 Seybold Building. Miami 32,
' la, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office" ..r the clerk
of the Circuit Courl on or before the
6 .I..v of .-.';.: 1951, if you fall to
do so Judgment bj default will be
Tak-ii against vou for the relief de-
manded in the bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each wc.-k for four consecutive weeks
In Th.- Jewish Flordlan
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Fiord la. this ; day of Aug. a.D.
1951.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Curt.
Dade C,.iint\'. Florida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
(13 Seybold Building
Attorney for riaintlff
Miami. Florida
S 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
ndersls ed, desiring o
- ss mil, r the t'i' tltlous nam.
\ \- R SALES > i not li i|
thw. litb T< rraci Mia ml.
... Intend to register s..i.i i
with the > "lerk of th* Circuit C t ol
.. : i 'omit v. Fiorlda
ROBERT S ROTH!
El 'WARD ANI '1: 1GG
(equal owners)
HARRY B, SMITH
120 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
. V for owiiel
> 3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26373
IN Re ESTATE >P
ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN.
Dec.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You. ami each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whSch vou, or
slthsr of y.m. may have agalnal the
esl iti of EL 12 W'.kth GOLDS ri:i\
de. ased :..:. of l tade Counts F
to th.- ll.ii w. F BLANTON, County
J idge of pad< County, and file th<
same in his office in the Cuntv
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within Ighl calendar months from
the dati first publication here-
of s...,i claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
ami to be "worn to ami presented as
if >ald r same :: be bi
> Section 1 SO the 1913 Probate
Date August .".. A D lfi"l
IRVING GOLDSTEIN,
\- Ex< ntor ,,f (he Last
Will ami Testament of
ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN,
Deceased.
ARONOVITZ A: ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for
Irving Goldstein, Executor
of the Estate of
Ellrabeth Goldstein.
8/10-17-24-31. -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
142804,,
daisy SULLIVAN. Plaintiff,
vs
I >N SULLIVAN. I fen.Ian:
PC IT For divorce
TO: DoN SULLIVAN
Room 206C
'.:< N. Clark Street
Chicago. III.
You. DoN SI'LI.IVAN. ST.
notified thai a Bill ..f Complaint for
Divorce has 1.....n filed again-' VOU.
..ml you are required to serve i .:.>
.ur Answ.r or Pleadlns l
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorn.!. BEN ESSEN, ESQ *23
Seybold I'.l.lg Miami. Fla. and file
111, original Answer or Plead It
the office of the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Curt on or before the 31 .1 > of
August, 1951. If you fail to i SO.
judgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief di inded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publish! I >no
each wok for four consecutive .....:>s
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al M .mi.
Florida, this 31 dav of Jill! AD.
1951.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Curt.
Dade Countv. Florida.
I '.: i.t 'oiirt Seal)
By L. s. De PIETRI
Deputy Cle *
BEN ESSEN
R23 Seybold Bldg..
Miami, Pla.
\- toi ney for Plaintiff.
-/..-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 2*251
In Re: ESTATE OF
BLI'MA LaBODA WAXLER Uso>
known as LENA LaBODA, BLUMA
LOBoDA and BLL'ME LoiiiDA.
De.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demand.-. A^iiust
S.i; i Estn te:
Yon, and each of you. are I
notified and required to pr.....nl inj
claims ami demands which \ > i. or
; of you, may have agalnal thi
. state of the ai>.,! de. eased I
i lade County, Flo I la, to the ll W
P BLANTON. County Judge .,:' Dade
'!. and file the same in 1' > of-
fn the Count!- Courthous in
County. Florida, within sight
. ilendar months from the dati '
rsl publication hereof. Sai.l
:' demands to contain the legal id-
dress of the claimant and to I"
nd presented as aforesaid,
i'.l he barred See Section
133 Probate Ac)
August 7. A.D 1951.
LOUIS 1-. Bl 'DA,
\- Executor of the Last
Will and T- stam, i
BLUMA LaBODA WAX-
1 .El;. :. tso kn. a n -is l. !NA
LaB< IDA, BLUM Li .-
BODA and BI.l'ME
UHiODA. De. eased
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, V\&.
8/10-17-24-31


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