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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 )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 24Nutnbsr 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
nited States and Israel Sign Friendship Treaty
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:urity Council Defers
;tion On Resolution
(LUSHING MEADOW, N. Y.
PA>The United Nations Se-1
ity Council today again de-
red action on a three-power
alution calling "on Egypt to
its blockade at the Suez Ca-
against Israel-bound shipping,
(r two-and-a-half hours of de-
Phe adjournment came after
fcimoud Fawji Bey, Egyptian
Bgate. concluded a bitter tir-
against Israel, the United
a and Great Britain by sub-
ting a resolution asking the
jrnational Court at The Hague
fule whether the three powers
loring the resolution and The
nerlandi and Turkey should
abstain from voting on the
^lution since they were "par-
ln the dispute."
Imbassador Warren Austin,
jident of the Council, ruled
irji Bey's resolution out of or-
since it was not sponsored
la Council member. The rep-
>ntative 0f Nationalist China I
eupon proposed that reason-
time be given for examina- j
of the Egyptian proposal.
b some discussion, the Coun- j
Adjourned for 43 hours and is
econvene Wednesday.
Washington (JTA)The United States and Israel this week
signed a treaty of friendship which extends "most favored nation
treatment" to each of the two countries. The treaty was signed at
the State Department by Secretary of State Dean Acheson on
behalf of the United States and by Ambassador Abba S. Eban on
behalf of Israel. i
This is the first treaty of its than it accords to its own citizens
kind to be entered by Israel. It ard corporations with respect to
is subject to ratification by both I mst business activities. Social
governments before it will be- i benefits accorded to nationals of
come effective. Registered as a either country are also extended
ZOA-Hadassah Split
Reported Healed
Treaty of Friendship, Commerce
and Navigation, the pact estab-
lishes a set of principles to govern
to nationals of the other country.
Within the territories of either
country, nationals and companies
basic economic relations between | of the other land are not to be
the United States and Israel, and subject to a greater burden of |
to serve as practical means of taxes than local nationals and j
directing the future development I companies. Subjects of either are
of these relations along mutually
beneficial lines.
The treaty ensures the liberty
of travel and the protection of
the property, economic activities,
residence, religious observance,
professional and philanthropic ac-
tivities and access to courts of
the nationals and companies of
either of the two countries in the
territories of the other, subject
to limitations in connection with
communications, banking and ex-
ploitation of land and other nat-
ural resources.
Each of the two countries
to be accorded the same treat-
Oient given to nationals them- !
selves in connection with patents,
trade names, and the like. Prop- ;
erty is not to be taken except for
public purposes, and then only i
with effective and just compensa- |
tion.
The treaty provides that there
should be no restrictions in con-
nection with foreign exchange
transactions except in times of
extet ecessary o balace hetttesh
stringency and then only to the
country's payments and to pay
for the goods ad services that are
that there is to be consultations
between the United States and
Israel, upon the request of either
of the two governments, in con-
nection with business practices
which might have harmful ef-
fects on their mutual commerce.
Where enterprises are controlled
by the governments of either, NEW YORK CITY (AJP) -
state, their imports and exports, i Settlement of a dangerous rift
purchases and sales are to be ef- j which tore World General Zion-
fected in accordance with com-| ist ranks on th eve of the 23rd
mercial considerations, and na- ,.,,_,-
tions and companies of each of World Zionist Congress in Jeru-
the two states are to be afforted salem two weeks ago was report-
adequate opportunity to compete ed here this week in reports
for such transactions. | reaching top Zionist officials
The treaty makes a significant nere
contribution to the pattern of eco-
nomic agreements already con-
cluded between the United States
The end of the two-week-old
controversy between Dr. Abba
agrees, under the treaty, to ac- esential to the health and wel-
cord within its territories to citi- I fare of the people.
and corporations of the The treaty stipulates freedom
zens
other treatment no less favorable of navigation and transit. It says
and Israel. These agreements Hillel Silver's faction ard Ha-
deal primarily with specialized dassah and the Israel Progress-
technical subjects, such as the air ives was reported amid disclos-
transport and copyright agree- j ures of a strong bid by pro-Silver
merts concluded in 1950 and the forces to seat the Cleveland rab-
general agreement on technical i bi as president of the World Zion-
co-operation, which was entered ist Congress Actions Committee,
into in February of this year. Hotspot in the spht within the
Commenting on the new Wofld Confederation of Genera!
treaty, which is the first friend- Zionists was the issue of seating
ship treaty to be concluded with I 6Q membels of the israel Gener-
the United States by a Near East- Zjonist p which had b
ern country Ambassador Eban icotted the ,srae, sheke, elections.
stated that it was further wel- Hadassah and the Progressives
come evidence of the increasingly opposed tne seating in pre-Con-
cordial relations between the conferences. Silver and his
two democracies. Economic and ; followers lnsi3td that they be
. Hadassah Southern Region
Opens 25th Annual Conference
commercial ties between Israel
represented. Both sides claimed
[The 25th annual Conference of the Southern Region of Junior
lassah will open on Saturday, September 1 and continue through
hday, September 3, at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. The
me of the Conference will revolve around the Silver Jubilee of
Bor Hadassah. Miss Miriam Scheinberg and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz
i Conference Co-Chairmen. The Miami and Miami Beach units
Junior Hadasah will serve as
' i at an Oneg Shabbat.
|th are expected to attend. -. _
L. ,.,_ c- ., On Saturday afternoon, mem-
fficers of the Southern Region ] bers o{ the Miami Beacn unit will
Miss Elaine Sachs, Miami, present a skit entitled "A Letter
kident; Miss Beverly Raphael, To Four Girls" for delegates.
I: Beach, Miss Rebecca i Evening services will be conduct-
ion. Atlanta, Mrs. Nora Roth- i ed on Saturday by Cantor Samuel
.d Memphis, Vice Presidents; Kelemcr of Temple Beth Sholem.
I. Gerald P. Soltz, Miami, Cor- : The opening session of the Con-
So! ding and Recording Secre- ference on Saturday evening will
. and Miss Evelyn Herzberg, I be presided over by Mrs. Soltz at
sonville, Treasurer. which time Vice-Mayor Burnett
ill's I of Sews Wit Died in Korea
i
Chaplains Milton Rosen and Oscar M. Lifshuti are shown of-
idting at P special memorial service for American Jewish GIs
Wd in the Korean war. Held at the United Nations Cemetery
Pusan in the presence of congregation of Jewish officers and
Js. the service was in -keeping with the traditional program of
Mgious activities conducted by ell Jewish chaplains ucruited.
kdorsed snd served by the Division of Religious Activities of the
Htional Jewish Welfare Board. Following the memorial service,
e chaplains and GI congregation visited each grave marked by
ptar of David and paused for appropriate prayers and the Kad-
Roth will bring greetings to the
delegates on behalf of the City of
Miami Beach. Mr. Abe Schafer
and Mr. S. A. Goodman, repre-
senting the Miami Beach Young
Zionist District and the Greater
Miami Youth Commission, re-
spectively, will also bring greet-
ings. Miss Sachs will give a Pres-
ident's report and the speaker of
the evening will be Mr. Seymour
Liebman, recently returned from
Israel, who will speak on "Ameri-
can Zionism Today". The session
will be followed by an informal
party for delegates and guests.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter Board of Senior Hadassah will
be guest speaker at the Junior-
Senior Luncheon on Sunday af-
ternoon. Mrs. Alex Van Straaten
will give the invocation at the
luncheon and Mrs. H. C. Moser
will give the benediction. Miss
Miriam Scheinberg will preside.
Members of all groups of Senior
Hadassah in Greater Miami will
attend.
Election of officers will take
place on Sunday afternoon at the
business session and installation
of officers will occur in a candle-
light ceremony that night at the
banquet. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
will give the invocation at the
banquet and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will give the benediction.
Mr. Joseph Pardo will present a
musical program which will be
followed" by a dance for dele-
gates and guests.
Miss Annabelle Biener.feld. Na-
tional Vice-President of Junior
Hadassah. will come from New
York to attend the Conference.
She will speak on the new 4
Point Program of Jurior Hadas-
sah at the 1 runch scheduled for
Monday. September 3.
Various worKsRops are planned
throughout the Conference. Miss
Ruth Leonard of Jacksonville is
in charge of the membership
workshop. Miss Sylvia Cohen of
the Miami unit will preside at
the fund-raising session and the
Savannah unit will lead the dis-
cussion on programming and edu-
cation.
The Conference will close Mon-
day afternoon following the re-
fiorts of the Credentials and Reso-
ution committees.
and the United States are con- h- Qther had ..disrupted- and
tir ually becoming closer, he said. < ..walked our o( the Confedera-
He mentioned especially the in-
dustrial plants established in Is- J*
rael by American caDit*!. The agreement reached be-
_. ._. ___u i tween the arguing factions, cab-
. The Israel Ambassador'empha- f Jerusalem reported, to-
sized the importance of the claus- d d h selection of Dr. Is-
es m the treaty which provide for rae, Goldstein as chairman 0;
i conditions favorable to private ir.- he Confederation and the nanl.
vestment and designed to promote f Dy Emanuel euman and
economic development. These Rose Hal in as vice_chairmen.
clauses, he said were fully in d b tne Genoral
accord with Israels policy of en- zjoms* was striamiined oper-
couragmg foreign, investments. ationa, p]an undef wnich a sir>gle
__ _, ; office in the United States, in-
Maclver Charges stead of offices in the U.S.. fe-
Attacks "Unethical" rael and Europe, would carry out
NEWoKKM CKlvef ^u^ho^, Ke^nerT^r^Sr
of the ctYrU^rsnf MVaecrivedrUtRe-; The _New York ^office would
ProL Robe," M. Ma'clve?. author *\***?i^^t
of the controversial Maclver Re- The New York office would be
port on the effectiveness of Jew- empowered to make major de-
fsh civic agency undertakings, be- c.s.ors under the new plan
lieves that the attacks being made The peace settlement, doubted
on the report by the agencies is some weeks ago by Rabbi Abba
! "unethical." 1 Hillel Silver and others when
The Columbia University socio- tempers flared after the split, was
logist made the charge in an in- seen as strengthening the General
terview with Joseph Brainin.; Zionist position considerably a".
English-Jewish columnist, which the World Zionist Congress. The
appeared in the current issue of i Silver bloc had previously sut-
"Opinion fered several strong setback^
Flanked by her little daughter, who admiringly toys with the
trophy awarded mom as the winner of the "Mrs. Brooklyn" tit..:.
attractive Mrs. Blossom Kagan has her eye on the Mrs. America"
title in competition late this week. Should shs win. Mrs. Kagan
would be the nation's first Jewish "Mrs. America" title holder.
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I'll Say...
Between 1935 and 1940, our local Defense Corn-
had its hands full combatting the onslaughts
I, nii-Semitism unleashed by the Nazis, aided by
their American camp followers.
-,<, i countered a problem with a certain Prot-
, n mister, occupying the pulpit of an important
h m Miami.- For a number of years, no one had
to complain of anything anti-Jewish in his
uitcrances. In fact, Isidor Cohen the pioneer, and
I Goldstein, ex-legislator and former command-
Harvey Seeds Post. American Legion, consid-
him liberal and even friendly. But in 1937,
traveled to Germany and Palestine. It is said
the trip was financed by a German-American woman
.iikcd Nazi sympathies. On the pastor's return.
i rmons and speeches sounded pro-German, pro-
ana anti-Jewish.
IMMUNITIES OF THE CLOTH
It is within the tradition of American freedom of
h, of worship, of assembly for ministers of the
various denominations to preach sermons neither ac-
ible nor pleasing to the followers of different
or rival sects. The Cloth gives immunity to preach-
ers assailing other creeds or confessions. For almost
I millennia, Jews have been special targets for
the Passion Story, the Crucifixion, the earlier mar-
i : The lesser calumnies of modern anti-Semitism
stand trivial alongside the grand indictment for
slaying one of the Godhead.
ANTI-SEMITIC SERMONS
Wc decided to do nothing as long as the attacks
wen confined within church walls. But the ser-
mons were also broadcast every Sunday morning
under the sponsorship of the Holsum Bakeries. Cus-
tomera of the firm listening on the radio protested.
G< orge Fuchs, the owner, sought an interview with
i ui committee and brought along the pastor to a
luncheon at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant. The
divine put on an act as if he were the injured party.
Thpn I read some notes I made of a sermon he had
The Anti-Semite As A Preacher
delivered to a crowded congregation on a Sunday
evening. "Ever since the coming of Jesus, the Jews
have been engaged in a conspiracy to persecute and
prostitute Christianity." Built about this theme the
.sermon was interspers( d with rhetorical insinuations
as to who controls the radio, the movies, the press.
Yet to us the Reverend denied any anti-Semitic
bias: on the contrary, he affirmed friendship for the
Jewish people.
A TRUCE
Mr. Fuchs was ready to cancel his radio sponsor-
ship. But the minister held out the olive branc ..
promising never again to utter a word that would
be objectionable. In fact, he offered to bring about
more cordiality between Jews and Christians. We
accepted his protestations and outwardly parted in
friendship. For a time, no one complained about
his sermons or lectures. But something unexpected
broke.
Several visitors of a Chicago organization, inter-
ested in easing the tensions that were threatening
to disrupt the unity of America before the war.
called on Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. He told them quite
innocently about the antics of a fellow clergyman.
These gentlemen went to the Holsum Bakeries for
further enlightenment. By this time Mr. Fuchs. fed
up with the whole business and looking for a way
out, peremptorily cancelled the church radio pro-
gram. Mow the Reverend had cause for complaint.
The cease fire agreement had been broken without
any provocation on his part.
APPEASEMENT
This time we met in my law office. The clergy-
man intimated that he could get a sponsor who was
a rabid pro-Nazi. Under the circumstances, he would
be compelled to preach what was pleasing to the
boss. Some of us thought ?n open break with a
blackmailer was preferable to appeasement. But all
he wanted was a sponsor for about six months; that
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
would give him time to find some new angel without
disrupting his church program. This was after Mun-
ich, and appeasement was in the air: besides, he did
have a grievance, since he had not broken his. part
of the agreement. We induced the Wometco The-
aters to sponsor the church program every Sunday
at 11:00 a.m.
. THE PRO-ARAB PROPAGANDIST
Aa the war broke out. we knew that the anti-
Semitic drive, spearheaded by the Nazis, would
recede. We therefore ignored the pastor's further
sniping. After 1945, he espoused the Arab cause.
This tie up might be due to membership in that
bizarre British-Israel sect, which contrary to history,
ethnologv, or reason, professes that the English,
S ts, arid Irish are the true descendants of ancient
Israel. Therefore, they are, together with the child-
ren of Ishmael. entitled to the Promised Land. Thus
the British Mandate was God's promise fulfilled.
This might explain his speeches before civic and
fraternal grouDs. mouthing the pronouncements of
Ernest Bevin. the Grand Mufti, and the oil interests.
Some thought his pro-Arab line suggested the paid
propagandist.
RESPONSIBILITY
It is depressing to consider that vestry and mem-
bership permitted their pastor to spew torth venom
without challenge or protest. But here we get into
the baffling character of anti-Semitism, present in
every race or religion, nation or group. Neither
Catholics nor Protestants are free from this scourge.
It is idle to maintain that organized churches can-
not be held accountable for their Charles Coughlins
or Gerald L. K. Smiths. They can. at least, let their
black sheep know the aversion of decent, God fear-
ing people. Fortunately the great majority of priests
and ministers are earnest, right thinking men who
bring devotion and consecration to their sacred call-
ing. ____________
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Announce Registration Dates, Rules
Registration for the Nursery
Schools of the Jewish Centers
Association of Greater Miami
i per.ed this week. Applications
i the full day school were taken
< n Thursday. August 30th from ;
in 12 A.M., while morning!
- hool children should be regis-
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from 10 to 12 A.M. Parents are |
asked to register their children at.
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7 lace; YM Sc WHA of Miami I
P.;;ch. 1536 Bay Road: Miami ;
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New applicants should apply in j
riling to Ethel Grossman, Su- '
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Association Preschools, at 450 S.
V 16th Avenue, or to the Head
teacher of the school in which
' v are interested.
Children from 3 years to Pub-
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s.ipervised transportation service
may be arranged. Under the
guidance of skilled and trained
11 rsonnel the children benefit
from a carefully planned program
vhich provides both for the needs
(: the individual and the group.
Such activities as arts and crafts,
I iock-building, dramatic play,
and story-telling, etc., in
. edition to special activities in-
cling baking and cooking, as-
sist the child in learning to get
along with other children. Super-
vised outdoor play such as field
games, bicycle-riding, etc. are
also scheduled.
In the Morning School a mid-
session snack of juice and crack-
ers as well as a rest period are
provided. In the Full Day School
in addition a meal is served at
noon followed by milk and sand-
wiches at 3 p.m. A rest period on
individual cots is provided for
each child.
As the capacity of each school
is limited, children will be con-
sidered on the basis of first come
first served.
Rabbi Grauer Resigns
Rabbi .viurray Grauer has tend-
ered his resignation as spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El,
Miami, it was reported this week.
The Rabbi, it is said, will accept
a call to a pulpit in New York
State.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST
31 1951
EDITORIAL
Epoch-Making i onforenee
The eyes of American Jewry will be focused
en Washington next month, when the first Na-
tional Economic Conference for Israel will be held
:o plan an expanded program of activity in sup-
port of the young nation's S500,000,000 Independ-
ence Eonci Issue.
The assembly will mark the first gathering of
American Jewish leaders for the purpose of exam-
.r.:r.g thoroughly Israel's economic needs end
potential, with a view to opening the throttle in
bet drive toward economic independence.
There is everv reascr. to expect that this con-
:e:ence, which will be held from September 20
through September 23. will prove to be one of the
most important ever held in the interests of Is-
rael. The keenest minds in American and Israel
;ewrv will consolidate their proposals into a
forceful, united effort to brina economic victor/
:z the world's newest democracy.
American Jews have a vital interest in the
xrthcoming Conference, for it is to them that the
-ecple of Israel have turned for the financial help
10 insure her future. We can look to the Con.-
:erence for guidance and stimulation in our efforts
'o provide that aid through the purchase of State
oi Israel Bonds.
The Isrcel Bond drive requires the full and
tive support of all of us. This is not a job which
George" can do. Every Jew in the United States
must assume a personal share of responsibility,
for the success of the Bond Issue is the touchstone
ci Israel's future.
We are confident that the Conference in Wash-
ington will serve as a powerful stimulus to the
ROBBERY!
Pact Of Amity
If added evidence were ever needed of
growing cordiality between Isxcel and the UntJ
States, it was supplied last week with the sian
of the trade and amity pad between the !
countries. While the treaty marks a major st
in bringing Israel within the pattern of trade
rangements we heve with friendly nations I
does more than that. It brings both democraci*?
within a periphery that derives from mutual .
spect and understanding.
Israel since its inception has demonstrated
the kind of courage and determination which
permeated our own early pioneering days.I
has amply proven itself a stcble bastion in an
crea of instability. It is serving as an example ci
democracy in a sector ci the world where the
democratic process is totally alien. And it hat
displayed diplomatic acumen en the turbulent
.nternational sea. These things did not escaoe
the observing eyes in Washington and they oe
ct the basis of the mounting friendliness in the
capital toward the Jewish state.
The new link augurs well for both countries.
Its fuller implications, we are convinced, are yet
to emerge.
sale of Israel Bonds in this community and
throughout the country. A fuller awareness oi
Israel's needs are its groat potentialities will
inevitably produce concrete results in American
Jewry's historic efforts to provide the funds lot
economic expansion and immigrant absorption.
ISRAEL TODAY
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Par-.
conditions of
Swing Tc Rirhl
The recent elections have
shown a marked lindercy cf
:.-.e people tc swing to the
right. They are seeking a "mid-
c'.e of the roac and Israel un-
doubtedly s becoming a middle-
class country. One cannot di-
vorce ths life of the Israelis
from their political orientation
When Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
ion returned to Israel from his
American lour, a reception was
given to him by the Mayor and
city officials of Tel Aviv. Des-
pile his office and despite the
fact that he was being received
in his official capacity, the two
Mapam members ard the Com-
munist member of the City
Council stayed away from the
official reception.
Israel is plagued bv a multi-
plicity of political parties. In the
first elections held in Jar.uarv
statehood have
brought changes in the kibbut-
zim. For those starting out. it
still is a hard Spartan life, es-
pecially in the border settle-
ments of the southern desert.
But many of the old kibbutzim
have become rich. The combin-
ation of riches and the desire
for some ease after many hard
years of building have brought
about a relaxation of ideals.
The idea of personal private
property, once anathema to
zealots of the movement, has
come to be accepted in a ma-
jority of kibbutzim, even in
some of those of Hashomer
Hatzair. a left-wing pro-Rus-
sian organization. This is only
the first crack in the structure
of communal life so jealously
guarded in the kibbutzim for
many years, but it is a crack
that admittedly is spreading".
Rabbi Lehrman
Back From Tour
pampered pels of the people.
Nothing is too good for them
and no sacrifice for their ben-
efit is considered loo great.
There is a small but strong
segment of the youth who are
maiely twelve percent of lhe
following in the Socialist foot-
steps of their fathers Approxi-
leen-agers are actively involv-
ed in the various youth move-
ments of all political groups,
which marks a sharp decline
from that which existed in the
not too distant past. They se em
to have drifted from the orig-
inal pioneering ideals of their
fathers and seem to prefer city
and middle-class life.
The majority of the immigrants Ia* Shalosh Seudos Saturday at
of the last three years have not600 p.rri. Sex vices will be re-
desired to settle ori the soil. There | turned this weeK in the air-con-
is no longer the zeal on the part ditioncd Mair. Synagogue which
of the children of the early pion- nas undergone extensive renova-
eers to convert barren soil into "Ota during the summer,
fertile fields and to create a Jew- | While in New York. Rabbi
ish homeland. It was the zeal Lehrman attended advanced
for these- things that motivated graduate courses in Rabbinics at
the earlier chalutzim to endure the Jewish Theological Seminary
Zamora Center
Tells Of Services
The Zamora Jewish Center,
823 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables.
has announced that Friday night
Ral : Irving Lehrman. spirit-
ual leader ol t:.. Miami Beach
ter, returned this : services will begin in mid-Sep-
extended studv I tember. Sunday School and He-
: in New York City and will f>re* Schi.ol registration is be-
ing conducted on Sunday rr .-
.-..- | ul] it on Friday ev- mps from ]0 to noon ;,nd wttl.
i ll at C 15 p.m. ;.nd Saturday day evenings. Monday through
ng at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi Lehr- Thursday, from 8 to 9:30.
man will preach Saturday morn-
ins on the we Idy P rtion ol th<
Law anei w.ii i< c/jest <>f honor
First session of the S
School will take place on Sef-
tember 16th at 10 a.m. while the
Hebrew School (four hours f
week) will begin Monday, Sep-
tember 10th at 4 p.m.
Registration is limited to 1M
students in the Sunday Schotl
and 35 in Hebrew School. Par-
ents wishing to enroll then
children are asked to apply im-
mediately.
Sale of High Holy Day reserva-
tions takes place each SurJay
morning from 10 to 12 now
I weekday evenings from 8 to la
almost unbearable hardships, and participated in deliberations
Of the 270 new settlements i The homeland has become a na-. of the- Executive Committee of
1949. there were 22 different par- founded in the last three years, >on and the lure of the city is the Rabbinical Assembly of,
til who entered candidates for little more than ten percent" were greater than the land when there America of which he is a mem- -----------------------~Z~ i
the Knesset. In the recent elec- of the kibbutz type. New immi-' is no 'Cause". Fighting the Eng- bcr. Holiday Tickets On Sale
tions 3o lists of candidate? were | grants formed workers' villages i "sh and fighting the Arabs were1 Both Rabbi and Mrs Lehrman A, Minmi UhrPW School
submitted ^t 19 of these were and other forms of Kvutzot tremendous motivating factors in I were honored Wednesday aTa I At MlamX Hebrew acM"
held invalid so that only 16 par- where one's home and personal Past years. There is no longer! Membership Captain's Luncheon i Tickets for High Holiday serv-
Ul.PP?ad-?V..h_e.'V!*1 ballot -Possessions are privately owned. | glamour for the adolescents and at the Hotel Shelborne He wo'*6* at ,he Miami Hebrew Schod
There is great hope for a fur- Mapam remains the party of I >'outh
tnc-r drop in the political parties revolutionary Zionism and Dion- i estab)
oecause more than seventy per- ; eering Zionism: but MapaiT ac- created
being a
nt o
a class
chalutz. The; apprised of plans, made
his
and Congregation are- now <*
ther dropjn the political1 parties | revolutionary Zionism awTpiotV i establishment oi "maarborot has Absence" that"point "to** record *. according" to" wTlUam Weir.-
traub, president. .
Reservations may be- made :j
. calling the synagogue- office *
life f82-6334 or Mrs. Joseph Schwa-
. I ron at 4-5237.
Wc-intraub urges all merr-wrs
who wish the same seats they r
last year to make test-rvauoJ
trength of the S I i l< !us sense
Israel, whether of Mapai or born
refers to native "on tn'' land", one can begin
immediately.
He also announced that ne
c installed
the struggle for political su;
Hundreds of people are
I bandoning the fruit of many
years they spent, in fact their
best years, in building this kib-
butz and are moving to other
settlements and this is only one
wherein tragedy is striking so
hard.
Kibbutz Fat* Uncertain
Sydney Gruson. Israel corres-
pondent for the New York
Times, recently wrote: "Israel's
kibbutz movement, the back-
In
om
of
bon. of the pxe.I.ra.1 Jewish hour disturbing people" "sleep
commumlv in Palestine. i< an.... :- *. _. e F_'"t:' -ep.
community in Palestine, is
undergoing a period of great
uncertainty A number of
crises have left the movement's
future in question. Changing
That is freedom. They possess
the freedom to sing but others
have no freedom to sleep."
Youth Ii Pampered
The youth of Israel axe the
intrude on the rights^ot otore Li" ?V musl : th,e T
'" ganizatK n nov
cause for alarm. Any progrei : ?50./an
state has a continuous stream a i i i*?0* %" Club- Young
of problems to solve-. To haw no s, ^PJty S' "m-- ;">d Girl
problems impl.es a staticTcondT ft 5 Theaire Guild he
tion bordering on rigor mortis L- n* n*" ,s dincU d > ^ Robert
rael is dynamic-not static and ,^ en
has many many problems. The tv^n \r announced that
important consideration is not ^ ~rV*.??l$ ro"nue through
whether a state has problems but; l?h ? ^P^nbar.
whether its people have the ca- j H,,ll n .h'? 'ncludes free High
pacity to deal with them. Is- and\LtU^ts' Sundav School
raehs have that capacity and f .u brew. traln'ng. in addition
with our continued help in both
our economic means and Amer-
ican manpower, wUl surmount
the obstacles and emerge strong
stable and democratic.
speech, but our courts I which T Th^ T""'* .W1;" *" '" n now
have put certain curbs on these i--.. -.' '"'
rights. As Justice Oliver Wendell
Holmes said: 'The right to
freedom of speech does not in-
clude the right to holler 'fire' in a
theatre." t
Yehoshua Manoach, in an ar-
ticle in one of the publications
| of the Labor Party in Israel, stat-
ed: "Young people will sing at
the top of their voices at a late
ynoicaU. World.widt Ne*i *'
National Ed'tdnal AttocUlion, A"1
can Association of SnOl'lJ^JS
1 '- N..wspaoers. Plorlda Prrss AssoW"
1 i ~~^r.
besides
I'm. je*ih Klondlan _-,
cuaranl^o the Kanhruih uf llnnU
to th. usual ^rvi^ f
by a Congregation.
r.h0Se !nterested in joining the
Center should call 48-8073. The
Center xs located at 320 Palermo
Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. w
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951
vJewistrtorkUan
PAGE 5 A
;ilon Phi
47th Annual Meet
September Fourth
forty-seventh annual con-
, ,n of Phi Epsilon Pi Fra-
v is scheduled to take place
Roney Plaza Hotel, Sep-
I : 5th through 8th.
resenting chapters from
vrn universities and col-
I j comprising 10.000 national
bers, three hundred dele-
| | .ire expected from through-
the United States ar.d Can-
iccording to Richard E. Ger-
Istein, chairman of the conven-
Ition.
Each year since 1935, a na-
Itional service award has been
Ipuvn at the fraterr.ity's stag af-
tiir td signify a brother who has
ci in most to benefit Jewry. Last
year, the award was given to
Henry Morgenthau. Jr. for his
mtstanding work in- this field.
Juduc Vincent Giblin will be the
featured speaker and will make
|the presentation of this year's
ward on September 7th, the date
f the stag affair.
[n past years, the award has
1 een presented to such promi-
ent men as Samuel Roserman,
fmtor Herbert Lehman, Rabbi
I phen Wise, Albert Einstein,
enry Monsky. and Abraham Sa-
lar. Samuel Rosenmar., former
ivisor to Franklin Delano
i isevelt and Harry S. Truman,
, cling as chairman of the selec-
>n committee for this year's
ward.
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Hebrew Academy To
Open September 5
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academv,
announced the opening of the
1951-52 school year on Wednes-
day, September 5.
The Hebrew Academy this year
will include classes from kinder-
garten through the 8th grade.
Among the additional facil-
ities which are being installed
are a diring room to seat a mini-
| mum of 200 children, an up-to-
! date library, infirmary and a sci-
ence laboratory,
i The Hebrew Academy is a
community sponsored co-educa-
tional Hebrew day school which
offers the children of this area
a modern progressive elementary
school program in addition to a
Hebrew training.
Israel Airlines
Invites Visitors
For High Holidays
For the first time in Israel's
history visitors will fly to the
New State with the country's flag
carrier. El Al Israel Airlines, to
be in the Holy Land during the
coming High Holy Days.
As part of an intensive cam-
paign, Israel Airlines is welcom-
ing travelers to spend Rosh Ha-
shona and Yom Kippur in the
new state.
The holidays, which start Oc-
tober 1 and continue through Oc-
tober 10, fall during a mild sea-
son. The first citrus fruits will
be ripening in groves, shortly be-
fore harvest time.
En route to Israel, at r.o addi-
tional cost, Israel Airline passen-
gers may enjoy stopovers at lead-
ing European capitals. Scheduled
flights, departing from New York
twice weekly, are made in mod-
ern long-range Constellations pi-
loted by American captains with
many years of trans-Atlantic fly-
ing experience.
American visitors in Israel can
further benefit from the country's
25 percent tourist discounts on
food, hotels and purchases._____
UGAL MO llCt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX ZBMMBL.MAX, Plaintiff.
VI,
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN, Defendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMBL.MAN
l Heseman Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereb) notified that BUI
of Complaint for Divorce ha* been fil-
ed against you and yen are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy f your answer
to the bill of complaint on plaintiff's
attorney ami file the original Answer
in the office of th>- Clerk of U- Cir-
cuit Court on or before th*- 27th day
of Septeraber, 1SS1; otherwise, the al-
legations ot nat be taken aa confessed against you,
Dated thla 27th clav of August. 19S1.
E, It LEATHERMAN,
rierk of Circuit Coui t
By W.M W STOCKING-.
Deputy i"lerk tSeal)
OEOROE .1. TAI.lANnlY
Attorney for Plaintiff
42H Lincoln l: lad
Miami Beach, Florida
8 SI H/7-M-21
Miami Hebrew Cong.
School Registration
Opened Last Week
Registration for the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
! Religious School. 1101 S. W. 12th
Ave., was opened last week ac-
cording to Rabbi Simon April,
principal.
Rabbi April has announced that
Mrs. Rebecca Kelerpcr has teen
added to the school's teaching
staff. Educated in Israel and at
the Hebrew Seminary in Detroit,
; Mrs. Kelerr.er taught at Temple
, Beth Sholom, Congregation Beth
I Jacob and the Hebrew Academy.
The curriculum consists of He-
brew, Chumosh, Bible, History
and kindred subjects. Assembly
periods include audio-visio sub-
jects. The children are shown
biblical scenes as well as other
short subjects and humorous car-
toons.. Prizes and certificates
are awarded for special accomp-
lishments.
A Junior Congregation com-
posed of students of the Hebrew
and Sunday schools, both boys
and girls is featured and after
the High Holiday season, those
boys who have become Bar Mitz-
vah, and those nearir.g that age
join together Sunday morning for
early morning services, followed
by breakfast, and a round table
discussion.
Classes start for Hebrew School
Sept. 4th at 3:30 p.m. and Sun-
day School Sept. 9th at 10:00 a.m.
Further information may be
obtained by phoning the Congre-
gation building during registra-
tion hours, 82-6334.
The classrooms have been com-
pletely repainted and redecorated
for the new school term.
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Under the will of the late Clara Schonhaut. formerly of Miami
Beach, the Joint Distribution Committee, through th'a Greater
Miami Jawish Federation, receives a bequest for indigent, aged
and incapacitated Jews in a Malben institution in Israel. Pre-
senting the check to Morris Laub right). Assistant Secretary of
JDC, is Irving Harold Propper. Miami attorney for the estals.
The bequest will be used to bring reace and comfort to JDC's
aged and destitute charc/.-s in the Solomon Liebman Home in Jeru-
salem, one of the 65 installations maintained by JDC for "hard
core" new arrivals in Israel.
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-Jmistncrffiir
FRIDAY. AUGUST
31. 1951
f'omrtesu Pays Oft
Leo Eii.anslein, representing the Courtesy Committee of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, is shown presenting the
monthly Courtesy Award of a S25.00 War Bond to Miss Carmel
Grieco. R.N.. of the Mount Sinai Hospital Nursing Staff. Looking
en is Max Ororitz, President of Mount Sinai Hospital. Miss
Grieco s award was promptad by many letters of appreciation sent
to the Hospital by former patients.
Radio Station Head
Jonas Weiland Dies
As Plane Crashes
] '-:- 19-year-old
Station WINZ, w is
last Wed (tern n
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Miami Hebrew School
Membership Reunion
Mr. William Weintraub. ;
dent of th<_- Miami Hebrew S
and Congregation, has ann
that a reunion, get-tot:. I i
car party will be held at 8 p.m.
Sunday evening. September 9. in
the recreation hall of the tuild-
it 1101 S.W. 12th Avenue.
mmittee (or the affair
ea le I by Dave Kleber, c
ys and mi
mitti co-

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Mr and Mrs I .
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Mann officiating. Buri i t i ik
place at Mt Neb i i mi i
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+Jeisti tlorkikui
PAGE 7 A
lily Feibelman Becomes Bride Of
larold Friedman In Presence Of Friends
William M. Lehman, sister of the
bride, wore gray silk organza ov-
er blush pink. She attended the
bride, who was given in marriage
by her father( while Stanley Lear
was best man for the groom.
Mrs. Feibelman chose beige
shantung taffeta; Mrs. Sam Fried-
man, mother of the groom, wore
pale blue laee. Wedding music
was played by Mrs. Siegbert Ash-
er, aunt of the bride.
Out-of-town guests in addition
to Mrs. Asher, who came from
Owensboro, Ky were Miss Mar-
ion Friedman and Mrs. Robert
Stein, sisters of the bridegroom,
Mrs. Rachel Wilks, his aunt, Isa-
dore Werblow, his cousin, all of
Newport News, Va.; also a cousin
of the bride, Mrs. C. Robert Kap-
lan, Owensboro, Ky.
The couple will reside at 610
N.E. 34th Street following their
return from a honeymoon in Nas-
sau.
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Academy Women
Stage Games Party
Mrs. Jesse Nowak, chairman of
the Projects Committee, The He-
brew Academy Women, an-
nounced that a series of card and
game parties will be conducted
during the coming season under
the auspices of the Women's Or-
ganization.
The initial affair will be held
at the Sherry-Frontenac Pompa-
dour room, 6565 Collins Avenue,
J Miami Beach, Florida, on Tues-
/day, September Uth, at 12:30
I p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Nowak announced that
the proceeds of these special proj-
ects will be utilized to cover the
tuition for the many scholarship
cases which The Hebrew Acad-
emy gratuitously accepts.
Serving with the chairlady are
Mrs. Isidor Spolter, Mrs. Lewis
M. Escott, Mrs. Maurice Mam-
ches, Mrs. George Kimmel. Mrs.
Nathan Hochman and Mrs. Sid-
ney Rubinowitz.
Mrs. Harold Friedman
in the home of her parents.
. and Mrs. Herbert U. Feible-
an, !)30 N.E. 95th Street. Miss
y Feibelman became the
cride of Harold Friedman in the
esence of the immediate family
nd close friends last Sunday.
Jacob H. Kaplan performed
I)-.e ceremonies which were fol-
1 wed by a reception.
The bridal gown was fashion-
er! of imported white lace worn
ter ice blue taffeta. Seed pearls
rimmed the band of illusion from
ich extended a short veil. Mrs.
Joan Morris To Wed
Burton Aronson
Mrs. and Mrs. Hy Morris, 2645
S.W. 34th Court, .announce the be-
trothal of their daughter, Joan,
to Burton (Buddy) Aronson, son
of Mrs. Evelyn Aronson, 717 Jeff-
erson Avenue. Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami High
School, the bride-elect is past pre-
sident of HiHel Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Girls and is a member of
Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, the Coral Gables
Young Adult Group and the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Coral
Gables Post, Jewish War Veter-
ans.
Her fiance was graduated from
Technical High School and ser-
ved in the Navy for two years.
He is clerk of the Miami Beach
Scout Board of Review and cub-
master of Pack 35. Miami Beach.
He is official photgrapher of the
Town and Beach Club.
The Wedding will take place
in the late fall.
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On July 22nd Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
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na Earl Lewis, daughter of Julius
Lewis qnd the late Mrs. Lewis
of New Bern. N.C., and Julius
Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Young, 257 S.W. 20th Road.
Given in marriage by Dr. Gor-
man Snyder. the bride was at-
tended by Mrs. Phillip Friedman.
A reception at Chary's followed
the ceremony. The couple then
left for a honeymoon in Nassau.
The bride was a graduate of
New Bern High School and later
attended the Women's Collog -
of the University of North Caro-
lina. Mr. Young, who is a con-
tractor, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Arlcne Jane Linn
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Linn.
5515 Pine Tree dr.. Miami Beach,
' announce the engagement of
their daughter, Arlene Jane, to
Lewis J. Malamut, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Malamut, Atlantic
City, N. J.
The wedding will take place ay-,
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York Sept. 9.
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Beth El Sisterhood Calls
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.!.. k Shapiro, president
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Beth El. h ed the first
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Beth El Center, 500
s\v I7tr Avenue
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A I dancing, >
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August 22nd. M G Lux Mr Lux
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Mian Bead Mr and Mrs. Al
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Mi Paul Dietri I I Bel Air,
rchidi '' Uiai Tarad Milton Weiss
Jai k R n, I Miami
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ength gowi couple an honeymooning
Present at tn. m Honolulu and will return to
____________________________ Mian j Beach for the season about
ber 15th Trey will also
intern .. su.....i home in Hol-
lywood.
Miss Lux will re.re from a suc-
cessful career m the real estate
and construction business. Mr.
M :. a Major in the U.S. A:r
Intelligence during World
War II served as a Miami Beach
councilman. He is at present
President. Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce: President of the
M.ami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association: Chairman
of the Board of Industrial Sav-
ings Bank: Director. North Shore
B^nk. Senior Partner. Meyer,
i; Rosen. Attorneys: in ad-
n to many civic ar.ci chant-
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Reiter. 811 N.W 102nl Street.
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On Sunday mornirg. August 19. in a family ceremcr.y a: tii
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uni.jd in marriage Kathrire F. Wiener and Albert E Ossip. ?si
bride, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Freidkin. wore a powder b'.ue uc
navy suit with navy accessories and matching powc.-r-b'.ue ortti
Miss Wiener is a former resident of Chicago. Illirois. and recctK
her education in Waco. Texas. The groom is a graduate oi Rn
York University. During World War II he served as a Captias
the Adjutant General's Department and saw twe years' serviai
Europe. He is now a member of th\j firm of Feuer and Ossip "z.
The bride is immediate past vice-president of the Ladies' Aac
iary of the Miami Beach Post. Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Ossip
immediate past commander of the Beach JWV Fost and is t*
Vice President of the Beach YM k WHA. The couple artonj
motor trip to Hvw York City, from when they will embark I
cruise to Bermuda. Upon their return, they will make their ho*|
in Miami Beach.
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)AY, AUGUST 31, 1951
*Jenistfhridtori
Page 9A
Personally Speaking
Stanley and Helen Bromberg. owners of The Bookworm in
Gables, have announced the birth of a daughter, Karen
fene on August Sth.
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Philip Fahrer. 223 N.E. 27th Street, were hosts
' birthday party in honor of their daughter, Claire, on Sun-
Auqust 26. Claire was fifteen years old.
* *
Aaron Farr, his wife, Myra, and his son, Harvey, left last
" for Havana, where they will spend several days prior to
hg to New Orleans. In the Crescent City, they will board an
pa ClipPer 'or a 17-dcy Caribbean cruise which will take
to Kingston, Curacao, Guanta, Trinidad and La Guaira.
. ship will dock at Mobile, Ala., and they will return to
Orleans for several days additional vacation before flying
lo their home in Miami Beach.
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iDavid Michael Pomerance, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Pomer-
V Sunset Island No. 4, has just returned from a two months'
ktion at Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville, N.C.
* *
Mrs. Frances N. Rubin of the Nautilus Hotel left for a
is vacation in the North. Included on her schedule were
with her son, Milton, and his family in Scarsdale, N.Y.,
Veil as her sister in Springfield, Mass. One of the high
Is of her trip will be attending the national Hadassah con-
)n on September 16, 17, 18 at the Shelbcrne Hotel in At-
City, N.J. Mrs. Rubin is active in many philanthropic or-
ations in this area.
* -*
\braham Mason marked his birthday at a Shalos Sudos
Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday evening, Aug-
. Samuel Friedland, center president, extended congratu-
Is on behalf of the congregation.
* *
^r. and Mrs. J. B. Pomerance, Sunset Island No. 4, and Mr.
Irs. A. Pomerance, of Rivo Alto Island, have returned fcl-
j a vacation spent in Havana, Cuba.
* *
Irs. Celia Landy, 137 6th Street, Miami Beach, has return-
ime following a trip to New York where she visited rela-
|and friends.
* *
Ir. and Mrs. Harold Pont announce the birth of a daughter,
lyn, at Doctors Hospital on August 23rd. The Ponts are
>arent= of a son, Edwin Stephen. Mrs. Pont is the former
[Zalkin, of Charleston. S.C.
* *
and Mrs. Samuel Weiss, formerly of 1918 Jefferson
9. Miami Beach, have moved' to 2499 S.W. 27th Street.
* + *
bndace Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Kitchin,
piendan Avenue, arrived at Victoria Hospital on Thurs-
lugust 23rd. Mrs. Kitchin, the former Zelda Berlin, is the
|ler of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Berlin, of the same address.
* *
unveiling ceremony in memory of Albert Davis, brother
Harry Klein, has taken her to Washington, D.C. Fol-
the services she will visit New Jersey, and conclude her
rn trip with a week's stay in New York with her sister.
* *
and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad, who formerly resided at
larding Avenue, have moved into their own home at 1407
"Wenue.
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and Mrs. Marvin Apte announce the birth of a son,
Mark, on July 3rd in Mexico.
* *
kb Shevin son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Chevin, of 1844
13th St., just returned from Hendersonville, North Caro-
rhere he was a counselor at Camp Carlyle for boys and
ob will enter the University of Florida in September.
* *
pcation arrivals from the Miami area at Duncraggan Inn,
bonville. N.C. include, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quittner. Mr.
prs. Morton Klein, Mrs. M. R. Meyers, Miss Dorothy Meyers,
pder J. Dellison and Donald Klein. All of the vacationers
remain through the month of September.
It/en Alpert is vacationing and her column will be resumed
tht'r return.
Norma Picas Weds Mitchell Goldman
In Candlelight Ceremony On Sunday
those a gown of white imported
Swips organdy over a hoopskirt
of white net and taffeta with in-
formal train, and full blown rose
applique on organdy lattice work,
the off tho shoulder r.eckline fin-
ished with a wide band of tucked
organdy crossed in the front of
the fitted waist. The double li. r-
ed three quarter length imported
silk illusion veil was held in place
by a curved cloche of organdy,
MaUhing elbow length mitts with
i-ose applique completed the cos1
tuir.e.
The Bride carried ar. heirloom
bible with two hybrid white or-
chids und stephanotis shower.
Her only jewelry consisted of
a strand of pearls, the gift of the
Groom.
Mrs. Frank Marks was Matron
of Honor, attired in a maize col-
ored bouffant gown. She carried
a heartshaped fan of orchids.
Mrs. Picus, Mother of the Bride,
ar.d Mrs. Goldman. Mother of the
Groom, wore formals of iris I lue
chiffon and grey net respectively.
Both chose .hybrid double orchid
corsages.
Mrs. Picus. Mother of the Bride. |
and Mrs. Goldman. Mother of the
Groom, wore formals of iris blue
chiffon and grey net respective- [
ly. Both chose hybrid double or-
chid corsages.
The Bride, originally from Fair
lawn, N.J.. graduated N.Y.U. ar.d '
Paterson State Teacher's College
and attended the University of
Miami. She is a member of Delta I
Phi Epsilon Sorority. The Groom, ,
a practicing attorney in Miami,
graduated trom the University of
Miami with an LLB. degree, saw
service overseas with the Army
Air Corps, and is a mem er of
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
For her going away costume
the Bride Wore a brown linen <
ensemble with beige accessories
and double white orchid corsage.
Upon completion of a honeymoon
trip bv motor through the State i
of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Gold-
.man will reside at 40 S.W. 14th
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Picus, 2220 Terrace.'
S.W. 24th Terrace, Miami, an- j
nounce the marriage of their |
daughter Norma to Mr. Mitchell |
M. Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. i
Abe S. Goldman. 1136 S.W. 12th I
Court, Miami, on Sunday, August i
19th.
Rabbi Shapiro officiated at the
candlelight ceremony in the Car-
dinal Room of the Saxony Hotel
in front of an Altar decorated
with palms, white gladioli, baby
breath, white shastas and chrys-
anthemums and matching aisle
decorations.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception and family dinner, were
held in the Pagoda Room, where
table decorations were carried out
in white and shell pink.
For her wedding day the Bride
Werner Kahn Photo
Mrs. Mitchell M. Goldman
Marilyn Rae Hechler
Marilyn Rae Hechler
Is Betrothed To
Mavnard Yale Rabin
Mr. and Mrs. William Hechler.
of 808 Mariana Avenue. Coral
Gal Its. announce the engagement
of their daughter Marilyn Rae
Hechler to Maynard Yale Rabin,
son ef Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Rabin.
534 So. Millard Avenue. Chicago,
Illinois.
Miss Hechler, formerly of
Springfield, Massachusetts, is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School where she was a member
of Tau Alpha Omega. Mr. Rabir.
attended schools in Chicago, and
he is now a pre-medical student
at the University of Illinois. Th'
wedding will take place next
summer.
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will be the subjects of salt
ty .-Insurance." and "Program-
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School will be studted Theaf-
ten ,n will be dev U I '
... share in the Nut
School Program.- Mrs. Lou:-
chairman of the youth com-
tte, '. the Miami Jewish Com-
munitv Center." followed b)
. Mr- Miriam Sirkin on
Personnel Practices, ;.nd Eva-
luation of the Institute
The final sessions on September
?th will be devoted to "Home
Base." and "Head Teachers' Con-
rue with Supervisor."
Opening of the nursery achooU
will take place on Sept. mber 10th
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center and the YM & WHA of
Miami Beach. Date for the open-
ing of the school at Flai:l< r-Gra-
nada has not been announced _
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Friedmans Celebrate 53th Anniversary
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and Mrs J M Fn
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ireater Miami Jewish Schools Open Sept. 4-16
ig All Parents!
iber heralds the opening of all
When you have returned your
I his public school class, you have
.leted your duty of providing your
I|h a complete education for life.
|r!c::ii task remains.
;d, as a Jew. has a "plus" feature
Sstence. As an American Jew, your
Jdustment to the American-Jewish
incomplete without a deep appre-
Jewish festivals and customs, Jew-
|rv, the Hebrew language, Jewish
, music and art. Without an ade-
riah education, your child cannot
ieet the many problems which will
as Jew and as American. Jewish
will prove vital to the normal and
[development of your child's per-
iod's happiness is also related to
ility of the totality of Jewish group
are very conscious today that
[our thinking, which we regard as
]ly our own, is in actuality but a
| of the feeling .and thinking of the
ilh which we live. Whether our
immunity can enrich our lives,
depends upon the cultural ad-
it of the individuals who consti-
Jroup. Thus, the development of a
of well educated Jews is import-
er child individually, as well as
ag to the progress of Jewish group
2nd American civilization.
note your child's mental health, in
urther the creative development of
bn America and abroad, for the
^e meaningful survival of the Jew-
B. it is your duty to register your
Jewish school of your choice.
3ur child today !
Louis Srhwartzman,,
Executive Director, Bureau
(>! Jewish Education of
Greater Miami
Opening Calendar of Svhooln
Sept. Sept. Sept. 4-16 10-16 - - Registration at all Jewish schools Classes begin at Afternoon schools Classes begin at Sunday
Sept. 9 Oct. 9 Jewish Education Month
Enroll your children
for a JEWISH EDUCATION
A Drop Of Honey
On A Hebrew Page
A drop of honey on a Hebrew page !
In the tradition of our people, a loving
Jewish mother placed it there fcr her child
to kiss as an introduction to the learning of
his forefathers.
Thus, she encouraged her child to begin
the pursuit of knowledge in the pleascnt
pathways of the Torah.
For, as the drop of honey is the distilled
essence of the flower, the testament of our
people, and the commentary it has inspired
is the distillation of our age-old search for
truth and the word of God.
And so the Jewish child comes to the
books of his people, seeking mental and
spiritual nourishment from the seeds of wis-
dom planted by our sages and scholars, cur
ancient prophets and patriarchs, our modern
rabbis and teachers.
Pursuing this honeyed path, the child
grows in mind and spirit, is strengthened in
conviction, determined in purposea sturdy
offshoot of his people.
A drop of honey on a Hebrew page !
A sweet beginning to a life dedicated to
the search for truth and the welfare of
humanity. As the link between our past
and future, Jewish education is the heritage
of every Jewish child.
Through the Bureau of Jewish Education
and its affiliated schools, we offer to every
youngster in our Jewish community of
Greater Miami
A drop of honey on a Hebrew page !
(Courtesy of United Jewish Appeal of Essex
Countv)
ii;' From
hite House
p n today is faced with
J. nd dangers unmatch-
p' iy. In such a period,
sibility which falls
American is indeed
One unfailing source
each of us can draw
h to meet these re-
s is that great re-
pBith, human progress
dignity contained in
riligious traditions
s from the Prophets
children, who must
kturity in a world of
Jt strains and tensions,
fi"ith is indispensable.
American system, it is
jlbility of every parent
his children with in-
the spiritual, ethical
fa.vulues which they
lb in order to develop
lkind of American.
mis reason that I wel-
fooservance of Jewish
fl'>nth, ar.d the nation-
ugn to enroll Jewish
the religious schools
pents' choice.
lincerely yours,
K'y S. Truman (sd)
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
(For further details, contact the Bureau of Jewish Education. 318 Congress Buildir.g,
Phone 3-5858 or 9-0489)
lary
on
I Hebrew High School, j
P.v the Bureau of Jew-
Jn. meets in Miami
|li< ach. The first grad-
f eld its first com-
last year. This year,
- M the Junior Col-
registered. Registra-
lfe High School and
pgt will be held before
rt"lidays. Details may
=u,- 'Phoning the
-0808 or 9-0489.
_l -dso taught in the
|" i'veiling at the Uni-
F'aml. Students grad-
J" the public high
L,"cdJto re'ster for
"In Modern Hebrew at
MIAMI
BETH DAVID
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave.
BETH EL
500 S.W. 17th Ave.
CORAL GABLES J. C.
320 Palermo Ave.
FLAGLER-GRANADA J. C.
50 N.W. 51st PI.
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
318 Congress Building
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
951 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah
ISRAELITE CENTER
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
NORTH DADE J. C.
13C30 Dixie Highway
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N.E. 19th St.
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Northside Center
6500 N. Miami Ave.
WEST MIAMI J. C.
5720 S.W. 17th St.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
1545 S.W. 3rd St.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables
MIAMI BEACH
AHAVAS ISRAEL
7135 Byron Ave.
BETH JACOB
311 Washington Ave.
HEBREW ACADEMY
918 6th St.
KNESSETH ISRAEL
1415 Euclid Ave.
MIAMI BEACH J. C.
1701 Washington Ave.
NORTH SHORE J. C.
916 Everglades Concourse
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue
TEMPLE ISAIAH
1 Lincoln Road
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
25 Washington Ave.
TYPE
Conservative
AREA SERVING
Southwest
Sunday Schools
Afternoon or
Both
Orthodox Southwest Both
Liberal Coral Gables Both
Conservative Flagler-Grar.ada Both
Community Greater Miami Afternoon
Conservative Hialeah-M. Springs Both
Conservative Southwest Both 1
Orthodox Southwest Both
Conservative Upper Northeast Both
Reform City Se Beach Sunday School
Conservative Northeast Both
Conservative
Yiddish
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Orthodox
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Conservative
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Central Beach
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The Beach
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Both
Afternoon
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Sunday School
Afternoon
Formal adult institutes provid-
ing courses in Hebrew, Jewish
history, Jewish Literature, Yid-
dish, Current Jewish Problems,
modern Israel, are held both in
Miami and on Miami Beach. In
Miami, the Adult Jewish Insti-
tute will open its fifth year of
Adult Education
courses in the early part of No-
vember; last year over 100 adults
registered for classes offered
twice a week. Details are avail-
able by calling 3-5858 or 9-0489.
Preparation Institutes for moth-
ers for the holidays of Chanuka
and Passover are sponsored by
Message From
The Senate
One of the most important
things that America stands for is
religious freedom. That does not
mean that we are an irreligious
people: it means we place the
responsibility for religions and
the religious education of our
children in the conscience of
every citizen.
We must live up to that great
responsibility. For Jewish par-
ents, the time to enroll ther
children for religious education
is NOW, during Jewish Education
Month, September 9 to October 9.
Let us give our children their
religious heritage, and strengthen
th^ faith that strengthens Amer-
ica.
Senator Herbert H. Lehman
, the Bureau. At these Institutes,
I mothers gain instruction in the
1 appreciation of and preparation
for these festivals. Workshops are
held in festival song, in home dec-
, orations, and the cooking of tra-
I ditional holiday dishes.
Bar BUtei ah
Standards
The standards for Bar Mitzvah
required by the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation and Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami, are
as follows:
1. A minimum of two years of
satisfactory attendance at a daily
Hebrew school of recogntzed
standing with four hours or more
of weekly instruction; a minimum
of three years, for such schools
providing less than four hours of
weekly instruction, or its equival-
ent.
2. Passing of a minimum test
by the Bar Mitzvah candidate,
in five areas of primary Jewish
studies: these tests have been
prepared by the joint committee
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and the Rabbinical Associa-
tion.
3. A special Certificate of Hon-
or will be awarded to the Bar
Mitzvah candidate w!~o elects t>
take and passes a special test
covering the Bureau curriculum
of five years.


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the 1
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from Gers
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.---. ing Wil-
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nisi vis ii
delphia She starl
music
it i age
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phony Orchesl I
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group. She has sin apj
three times with the Philadelphia
Orchestra including a trip I
v. r ester, Mass Music Fe
last Octoberthe first child ar-
tist to be taken on tour with the
orchestra. Susan made her .V ..
York debut last January Bth with
New York Philharmonic "
Carnegie Hall. Her first network
television show was with Milton
Berle on May 1st this year. She
is -. heduled to appear in Novem-
ber with the Rochester Civi
Orchestra, and later with the
Pittsburgh Symphony and others.
Frances Lager will rejoin the
New York City Opera Company
tly for its fall sea-
son. She appeartd as soloist with
San Carlo Op. npany and
featured at Roxy
Y irk City for
t. < past t in
Miss! loist with
the Carnegie Poi Con ts i' u
Hall. N Y. City in 1950.
.... I appeal I in L nard Bein-
y Mil "On
She i sent visit-
ed le it Mi-
B' a
Temple Israel, Miami Reform Group
Expands School Education Program
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Dr Mi hels in. Dr Joseph R
Nai t. spiritual leadei the
: i. Schwartzn an,
f the Bureau <>f Jewish
Education, have been (inferring
on plans for expansion of the
: curriculum ar.d strength-
ening of the faculty.
C mrses to be taught this year
include bible. Hebrew. Jewish
ry, literature, current prob-
1. ms and Jewish ideals. The
child'.- orientation to prayer and
religious attitudes will be stress-
ed.
The latest teaching techniques,
including movies, recordings, etc.,
are imployed in the Temple Is-
rael Religious School.
Special services are conducted
for the" young people of Temple
Israel on Yom Kippur. Succos and
SRnchas Torah. Keyed to hold
the attention of the students.
these attract large crowds of boys
and girls from kindergarten to
confirmation age.
Car-pool transportation is pro-
vided tor children in both Miami
and Miami Beach
High on the schedule of temple
plans is construction of a new-
education building adjacent to
the present structure To be dedi-
:: prehensive pro-
Di n .-.>:d. 'dc-
I imbue our children
ti knowledge : Ju'la.sm. as
well as to in their enioy
menl oi being an Ameri <.\."
Chairman of the religious
school com:i ittee is Frank A.
Perlman. Serving with him are
Harold Thurman. David Stuzin.
Myron Zeientz. William M. Leh-
man.
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Mayer Abramowiti Accepts Call
jrth Shore Jewish Center Pulpit
| Mayer Abramowitz, formerly of Montreal, Canada, has
|aged as spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center
leach, it was announced today by Melvin Pazol, President'
trim r director of immigration for the American Joint De-
hmnittee from 1849 to last May, Rabbi Abramowitz was in
If ;ill movement of dis-
jjrsons from Italy to Is-
fother countries,
pulpit was in Montreal
served as spiritual
his enlistment in the
toy Chaplain Corps in
which time he was as-
p the Army Displaced
program in Germany and
Ire of Jerusalem, Rabbi
V\\/ received his elemen-
pation in Israel; came to
fed States at the age of
was graduated from the
L'ollege in New York and
lined Rabbi from the
theological Seminary of
[in 1944.
JAbramowita will con-
Inaugural services in the
bore Center this week-
:ir>t duties will be in
the selection of a Can-
ebrew School teacher
Iigh Holidays and the
term.
North Shore Center
ng its finishing touches
be ready for services "in
ee weeks. The new
gi ..ting more than six
persons, is located at
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m Harnsburg. Pennsylvania. Mr. H. Strauss, the District
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LEGAL NOTICE
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PAGE 15 A
"ZnViCi. BY PUBLICATION
the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EuVnth judicial circuit in
1 for dade county, flor-
ida in chancery.
' No. 143109
k\\nU I SELLERS. Plaintiff
is E SELLERS, Defendant.
TtORBIS E. SELLERS
'-,; Baile) Avt?U?
piiltslmrgii. N.Y.
il-an hereby notified that a suit
'i* jias been filed against you
.,,,' : .|iilreil id serve a copy
ir \nsw< r t" Hit Bill upon Plaln-
l Attorney, and fii*- the original
,j,e Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l.'ounn I -loriila. on or before the
Itay of September, ISM; otherwlM
lll'iil ,if Complaint will be taken as
1,-eH by you.
In:I' al Miami Florida, this 13th
T>f August, 1951.
r K B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
COunty. Florida.
Bj Wit. W. STOCKING.
Deputj Clerk,
jjit Court Seal)
&AN It. LYONS. K8Q.
nev for Plaintiff
I (ilynipia Illdg.
Florida.
14-31 ->' __________________
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
bndersign. (I. desiring to engage
Iness under the fictitious .name
iOHKKTA F'ASHIONETTFIS at
finroln Road. Miami Reach, Fla..
to register said name with the
of the circuit Court of l>ade
Florida.
ROSE RTKHN
SOL RUBIN
Partners
IY DIBTZ
vpplicanta
Inroln f:.....I
Beach, Fla.
44-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 2*486 A
In It..; KSTATK OF
HARRY I. WII.KNSKY. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. anil each Of you, are hereby
ii'.i ii i...I and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY L. WILKNSKY, de-
oaaaad, late of Miami Bench, Dade
County. Horlda, to the HON. W F
BLANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his of-
fice In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred.
Date August 24, A.D., 1951
MARY II. WILBNSKY.
As Administratrix of the
Batata of
HARRY L. WILENSKY.
RICHARD K. FINK **"*
Attorney for Administratrix
8/31 9/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RUSTY PLUMBING CO.. not Incor-
porated, at No. 3S28 S. W. 8th 8treet,
| Miami. Florida, intends to register
.....i -nTne -itt. the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
iti .-.-T.1.1, j str'CTrt. jr.
THKODORF. J. 3AKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building, Miami, Fla.
8/31 9/7-14-21
III T,JiEo.5'RCU,T COURT OF THE
E^f,NJ^JUD,CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142*03
t.-o.N?.TICE OF PUBLICATION
ERNKST ARCHER. Plaintiff.
t'!v''!^.N', |J.A.,E.AnHKK' defendant.
TO. LILLIAN MAE ARCHER
1 Ravencllffe Avenue
v(.>Ha1,!i'.'.n' t>ntarlo. Canada.
til JiK "KRBHV NIITIHRII
that a Bill of Complaint for divorce
has been filed against you. and vou
are hereby required to serve......ny
of your Answer to the said Hill of
< omplaint on plaintiffs attorney, and
rile the original Answer in the office
of the < lerk of the Circuit Court on
ii f'.'Le th,e 4th dav of September,
.?.,, "'"erwlse the allegations of said
Hill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August. 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
By: L. S. DE PIETRO.
t.. Deputy Clerk.
I-RANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
80S Rlscayoe Building
Miami. Florida
8/10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
JADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 20210
|3ST VTE i MARCUS, Deceased
CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
kPPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
riCE reby given that I
nal report and patitlon
|i:.il Discharge as Aiitninistratrix
estati ni lien Marcus, deceased;
..t mi ihi .'l-i da) '.f Septem-
'. h appl) to the Honorable
Itlanton, County Judge of Dade
. Floi Ida, for appi oval of said
final Ha h i' .: as
of th( Estal if Ban
Vugusl 1951
ANN \ .\: tRCUS
' v PRANK
i' \
ice under fictitious
NAME LAW
i: is HKltlCHY GIVEN that
to engage
- mdi i the fn :; ious name
[I I. LAUMUtY AND CLEAN'
Mis i ide County, Fla.,
lid n mi.- with the
thi i ill Court ol Dade
1
JACK
s
. U'BBL
foi \|
ding
2nd Avenue
-' illKN'
owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
B. G. LIQUORS at 1135 West Flagler
Stieet, Miami. I la.. Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dad- County. Florida
HAROLD c. FI'RMAN.
Sole i Iwner
ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Harold Q. Fiirman
Seybold Building
X'31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring io engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE FROZEN CUSTARD al 691" N
W. 15th Ave intend i., reglstel said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I >ade County, Florida
HARRY SALTZMAN
EVA SALTZMAN
STEPHEN F. KBSSLER
Attorney for Applloant
--" W. Flagler St.
1/14-M 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN OHANCERY.
N*. 14H04
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
GENE SEYMOUR. Plaintiff.
VB
JUNE DANIELSEN SEYMOUR,
TO: JUNE DANIELflKN SEYMOUR
Box 27S. Gianwaod landing
Long Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Annul-
ment has been filed against you, and
you are hereby required to serv.-
r''Py of y>ur Answer to the said Bill
of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney,
and file the original Answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 4th day of September.
1J51; otherwise the allegations of said
Bill or Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 3rd day of August. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: L. s. DE PIETRO.
. Deputy Clerk
PRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Plaintiff
803 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
v 10-17-24-SI
[COUNTY JUDGES COURT
ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 23684
(STATE i >F
SLOTKIN, I.......,-,. |
,E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
"PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
rrebj given that I have
iiii.ii report :m I petition for
Adn nlstnitrlx of
x'si.i.tkin .I" tiied;
-'".Hi daj of s,|.-"in-
the htoi
"I.a.n i' in, County Judge of
, i'l.i. foi ipproval of
" nd foi fii ii dis-
, Irlxof the Batata
l Sl.in KIX, dei .
Vur isl 1951
I \nnii: LEW IN,

\
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
l NAME LAW
I MKItEBY GIVEN that
: to engage
m '' ''''
,, al 2420 N E. 2nd
i .i Interfds t reg.
I of the
' Dade County, Flor-
ABU ,il.\\| |', ,-; [, ; v
wner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 142930
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HERMAN HOLLANDER. Plaintiff
V8
LORRAINE COOPER HOLLANDER,
Defendant.
TO: LORRAINE ConpEK
HOLLANDER
717 Greenwood Avenue
Trenton. New Jersey.
Yiil- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that 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, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 4th day of September,
1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Confeaso
will be entered against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.N.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of Auguat, I9al.
!:. II LEATHERMAN,
i "lerk of the < 'Ircult "ourl
By: l. s DE PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk.
BERNARD MANDLER
Attorne) for Plaintiff
304 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
S 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAURICE'S LAUNDROMAT
at 12540 N. E. 6th Avenue. North Mi-
ami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
HARItY FRIEDMAN
ItETTE FRIEDMAN
8EYMOUR A. (iol'MAN
Attorney for Applicants
:r.n Lincoln Road
8/31 9/7-14-21
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 OF
SUSAN GAYI.E BRUCE, Minor.
TO: PETER W BRUCE
c/o John Noone
12115 Idaho
West I/is Angeles
California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has been
filed in the above styled cause and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other defens-
ive pleading upon Petitioners' attor-
ney on or before the ||th dav of Sep-
tember. 19.11, and before or immedi-
ately thereafter file the original of
said pleading with the Clerk of 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. 1951,
at Miami, Dade County. Florida.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
_,.... Deputy Clerk.
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Petitioners
10S Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
8/17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
As of August 14th. 1951, I am the sole
Owner of Xthm Motor Sales. SCO N.
E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
will not be responsible for any debts
incurred other than bv myself"
ABRAHAM POT1CHA
/17-2I-31 9/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE "wr>-0 """-TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb ........... GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANGE
at number 27 N. Fi. 2nd Street, in the
city ister the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17tn
day of August, 1951.
I ESTER MILLER.
NATHAN TUDOR. Owners.
M 8CHAFFKR
Attorney at I. iw
707 Blscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida
S/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143122
BILKER A. RATI.IF'F'. Plaintiff
GLORIA B. RATI.IFF'. Defendant
TO: i;i.ni:i\ I! RATLIF'F"
3900 "L" Street
Philadelphia. Pa.
Ybtl are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Hill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney. MOR-
ION' ROTHENBERO. 4 20 Lincoln
P. .ad. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
September 18, 1951: otherwise, said
Bill will I..- taken as confessed by you.
Dated this isth day of August, \ i'
1951.
H. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit i "oui t
By R ll RICE, .IP. .
Deputy Clerk.
8/17-24-31 :
9/7
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish Florldlcm so
f your legal noucgt,
oppreclate your
nage and guaraa-
accurole service at
W rotes. Phone 2-1141
messenger terrlcB.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No. 143327
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LEE M AMER8HEK, Plaintiff,
against
HELEN AMER8HEK. Defendant.
VOU, HELEN AMER8HEK, I en-
ter Avenue, Leonardo, New Jersey,
are hereby notified thai > Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has beefi filed a-
galnal you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or- Plead-
ing i" the Kin "f Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, man It SILVER,
921 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida,
ami file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the offi.....f the Clerk "f the
Circuit Court on or before the (1st
lay of Sent. mli. i-, 1951. If you fall to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken agalnal you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, tins i;-_ 11.i da] of Auguat. 1951,
!:. B LEATHERMAN,
cierk. Circuit court. Dade
County. Florida.
By i. B DE PIETRO,
Deputy cierk.
K'lrcult Court Seal)
MAX It SILVER
912 Sex hold I'.uilding
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
.'I 11 9/7-14
!
PERSONAL I
5^ AND f
| J COMMERCIAL f
COVERAGE! I
Wm PHONE 9-3836 I
N. C. 3rd ST. MIAMI 32 FLA. I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 134201
NOTICE TO APPEAR
DONALD BFX'K. Plaintiff.
vs.
MRS. OCTAVE WALKER, a widow:
MRS MARGARET JONES, a widow;
MRS MINNIE STOVALL, a widow;
WESLEY E GARRISON. INC.. a
Florida Coriwiration;
CHARLES l> "JOIN'S. Trustee:
JOB V. WILLIAMS'. JR.. Adminis-
trator. Batata Of Mamie C. Jones.
I i.-ieased: and "
N. JAY EINCKK. Defendants.
TO: MRS OCTAVE walker, a
widow: mrs margarf:t JONES.
a widow; MRS. MINNIE STOVALL,
a willow WESLEY B. OARRISPN,
INC., a Florida Corporation:
CHARLES l>. OOIN8, Trustee. JOE
V WILLIAMS. JR., Administrator
Estate "f Haggle C Jones. Deceas-
ed: and N JAY I'lNCKE; and all
unknown parties claiming: interests
in the hereinafter described prop-
erty Involved in theae proceedings,
as heirs, devisees, grantees, i
e.'s, llenora, creditors, trustees, or
other claimants, by, through, under
or agalnal the above named defend-
ants Who are not known to I"' dead
or alive; and all unknown' parties
having or claiming to have any
right, tin..... Intereat in and to the
following deacrlbed property, situ-
ated m Dade County, Florida, tO-
wlt:
Lot I..4 of PLAGLER ('.ROVE ES-
TATES EXTENSION No TWO.
onlini: t" the Plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book i> at Page 163
of the Public Records of Hade
County. Florida
YOU, THE ABOVE NAMED AND
DESIGNATED DEFENDANTS, both
known and unknown, av^ hereby noti-
fied that the Plaintiff has filed his
Rill of Complaint against you and
each of you .is I lefendants in the a-
bove styled cause in the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial circuit, in
ami for Dade County, Florida, t"
quiet and establish the title of the
Plaintiff in and to the above described
lands, and to remove certain clouds
upon the title of the Plaintiff thereto,
and for such other relief as will more
fully appear from the Hill of Com-
plaint filed herein; and you are re-
qulred to serve a copv of your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Comnlaint
on Plaintiff's Attorney. Samuel Rubin.
I2n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
I'l.-a.ling in tin- office of the Clerk of
the i ri mi Court on or before the 4th
day of September, A D 1951. If you
fail so to do. Judgment l.\ default will
be taken agalnal you t"r the relief
I.-.I In the Hill of i 'omplaint
WITNESS mv hand and seal il
Miami. I lade Count). Floi Ida, th I
day of August. AD. i'i"'i
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the i 'Ircult
Court
B] w\i M STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
'Circuit Curt Sisal)
S V.MI'KL RUBIN.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach. Florida.
8/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In bualness under th-- fictitious name
Of Sli.nandoali Floll.-t al 2351 S YV
Mb Street. Miami. Fla. intends to
register said name with the cierk of
tile Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.'
ROBERT WALTER HAMILTON
Sole owner
STEPHEN F KBSSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler 8t.
S .'17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF: CIRCflT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL cmcriT
OF FTyORDA IN AND F1IR HADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
143951
VIOLA DALESBANDRI8,
Plaintiff, vs
RALPH NATI.E DALESSANDRIB,
Defendant.
SUIT EoR DIVORCE
TO RALPH N'ATLE DALESSAN-
DRIS, c 0 Maritime Union,
San Francisco. California.
You. Ralph Natic Dalessandris, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
Bgalnsl VOU, and you are required
to serve a copy of vour Answer sr
I'l.ading to the Hill ..f Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Hen Essen,
Ks.| si':; Seybold Building, Miami ::l'.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of th" circuit Court on or before the
; day ol Bepl 1951, if you fall t"
do so Judgment by default will be
Taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the bill of Complaint
This notlce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Flordian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Fiord la, this day of Aug. AD
: : l.
E B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
HEN ESSEN
23 Beybold Bulldli
Attorney for Plaintiff
Miami. Florida
s 10-17-24-31
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY. NO. 143382
ALf.XA.MiMt F:. W'OLF'Fi and FAN-
NIE S WOLFE, his wife and GIL-
BERT F. WOLFE. and MARY
f:lizabeth woi.ff;, his wife,
Plaintiffs, vs.
i-i <:i. CO"", and :' ~-!< ---------
COE. his wife, et al, Defendants.
To. i.i",.i; i.ih, and u married.
--------- COE. his wife.
Residence unknown,
snd |f dead, all unknown heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, legatees, creditors or
outer persons or parties claiming by.
through, under or against any of the
named defendants, who are not known
to be dead-or aljve, ad all persons, or
par tics otherwise claiming any right,
title, claim or interest in and to the
following described property, to-wit:
I*.t Eleven ill), in Block One
11), of RIDOEWAY SUBD1VI-
SION. a subdivision according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 12, at Page 70, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
suit to quiet title to the above de-
scribed property has been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are renuired to serve ,.
copy of your answer to the complaint
on Frederic R- Rosen. 1"21 Pan Amer-
ican Rank Building, Miami. Florida,
the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the circuit court. In and
for Hade County, Florida, on or before
September 24, 1951, otherwise a de-
cree pro confess.* will be entere I
against you.
Dated the 24 dav of Auguat, 1951.
E It LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Crcuit Court.
(Circuit Court S.al I
By M. c FEIOE, I> C
8/11 9/7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 26251
In li- ESTATE !"
ltl.i'MA LaBODA WAXLER, Mao
known as LENA LaBODA, BLUMA
LOBODA and BLUME LOBODA.
11.. ..,....
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having claims or Demands Agatitst
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of the above deceased late of
Hade C..iintv. Florida, to the Hon. W
F'. BLANTON, County Judge of Dado
County, and file the same in his of-
fice in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of th*
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
: or tlie claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barr.d. Bee Section 120 if
the 1933 Probate Act
Date August 7. AD. 1951.
LOUIS LaBODA,
As Executor "f the Last
Will and Testament of
BLUMA I.iltoDA WAX-
LER, also known as LENA
LaBODA. BLUMA LO-
H'iDA and BLUME
L' il'a iDA. li" .is '
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Exei utor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
B 10-17-24-31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FI-oltlDA. IN PROBATE,
No 26373
IN P.. ESTATE i !>
ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN,
Dec
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim- .'; Demands Against
Bald Estate
You. and each of foil, are hereby
notified and required to preaent any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of vol. mas have against the
estate of ELIZABETH GOLDSTEIN
ad late of Dade County. Florida,
o the lion W F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade Countv. and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouae In Dade county. Florida.
within eight calendar months from
the date of the firs' publication here-
of Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
awii to be sworn to and presented as
ild, or same will be i
See section 120 of the 1923 Probate
i
Date August 1, AD 1951
IRVING GOLDSTEIN,
As Exs utor Of 'lie List
Will ami Testament of
ELIZABETH Cl< iLDSTEIN,
i .. .
\it' iNl >VITZ .v ARl 'Nl IVITZ
Attorneys I
Irving Goldstein, Executor
of the Estate of
Elizabeth Goldstein.
8/10-17-24-31.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN
he ii 'li signed, desli Ing to ei
in business under the fictitious nai
of AI.I'.M-A l.oi'K DOOR SEAL CO
nl : ;>-, N W 54th Street M
1,1 da, intends to regi.-ter said name
with the ci.ik of the Circuit Court of
I i.iile I 'ollllt \ Fll
NATHAN C WALBERG,
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Ait..:nev for Nathan C. Walberg
i 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the underalgned, dealrlng to e gage
business the fictitious name '
All.AS i i LASS PRODUCTS CO '
T.'T N W. 20th Street. M
intend, to i eglster said name witl
Clerk of the C:r. uit >' IUI t Of
County, Florida,
HARRY ATLANSKY
V.11 i 7-1 I--'!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name
M IHI DA APARTMENTS at 119
Mai sellles I irlve. Ml unl Be i th, FI h
Ida, Intend to register said name u !i
the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT RING
NAT LIEBERMAN
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicants
:in:! Roper Building
Miami. Floi
s M-17- i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiii.i. Igned, de -
in i>u- r th.- fictitious n tme
Of AL s 520 BAR, .it 20 Wi I K
Street M iml, Florida, intends I
said name with the Cli
the "Ircuit Com t of I lade Co ly,
ALBERT OREENBER !
CHERTKOF A KALIBH
Attorneys for Applicant
607 Olympla Building
1/17-24-U 9/7


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