The Jewish Floridian

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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
i 31
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 3. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lurion's Party Takes Lead In Israel Election
lists Win Second Place;
ibinet Anticipated
y AMERICAN JEWISH PRESSCABLE)The
[middle-class General Zionists to Israel's second
refusal of Israel's voters in the second national
give the Socialist Mapai an absolute majority
uneasy coalition government for the Jewish
Dre than two-thirds of the more than 850,000
bme Minister David Ben-Gurion's Mapai climb-
i in the first elections to the Israel Knesset to 39 i
elections, but it was far short of the absolute
lired Prime Minister had demanded in a whirl-
art of his small nation,
lists rose from fifth place to second, collecting
the turnout on the basis of incomplete returns
personnel. The soldier vote will not be tabu-
days,
lapam drew 118 of the accounted vote; the
outgrowth of the extremist Irgun Zvai Leumi,
cent; Hapoel Hamizrachi, 6.3: Progressives, 3.5;
fudah, 2.2; Mizrachi, 1.2, and Poale Agudah, 1.7
erness of campaign charges exchanged between
General Zionists, a spokesman for the latter
[ to join in a coalition government with Ben-
_ the Mapai might form a cabinet without the
an alliar.ce with the Progressives, an offshoot
list Party of Israel.
chi had run independently after the Religious
Jed power with the Mapai in the first coalition
t" work out a united ticket for the second elec-
Religious Workers Party would, however, pre-
the same problems on religion which had
liael's first government. More important, it was
let which failed to represent the growing mid-
represented by the General Zionists would have
ig the entire population to support the austerity
solution of Israel's economic problems depend.
+ *
American For FJpetions
raeli electorate, very few disturb-
ances were reported. But the tone
of the campaigning, in lir.e with
political tradition in Israel, has
been rough.
Mapai has called its General
Zionist opponents black market-
eers who want to smash all eco- j
j nomic controls so that they can.
I get rich. The General Zionists
I have retorted that Mapai, the
I dominant labor party, is power-
! mad and seeks a socialist dicta-
|torship.
Opposition leaders generally
accused Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, who has campaigned
heavily in the immigrant camps, |
of seeking to portray himself as
a kind of deity who single-hand-
edly took 600,000 exiles into
Israel.
An apparent shortage of ice ,
also became a hot political issue.
Generl Zionists accused the Ma-1
pai-dominated Government of \
economic bungling which had
prevented ice factories from op-
erating for lack of parts. Mapai j
spokesman retorted that the j
whole thing was a manufacturers
plot to discredit the Mapai on j
the eve of elections. ^^^^^^
Ben-Gurion At Israel Polls In First Radio Photo
Jewish Press)
electioneer-
to do it. the
Srael for the
lpaign was a
in spending,
ricks.
In estimated
ers for 120
^et reminded
jrrespondents
|n day in the
le estimates
10,000.000 had
parties cam-
Is were scenes
at least 20
tic languages,
electorate at
vere enjoying
i free vote for
fir lives.
boards were
/-colored pos-
rs on wheels
to hundreds
le last minute,
ssignated by
frew alphabet.
Aleph, out-
nth a 20-foot
[neon "Aleph"
|unch cruising
in in front of
lies.
lists, emerging
porous political
"Tsadek" on
ticil immatur-
ion of the Is-
Like any one of the more than 800.000 Israelis who turned out for Monday's important national
elections. Prime Minister David E'jn-Gurion appeared at the registration booth to have his rame
checked off prior to casting his vote. A woman clerk smilingly gives B-G the go-ahead. Minutes
latar he cast his ballot. The photo is the first ever to be sent directly from Israel to the United
States by radio for the English-Jewish pressby the news agency of the American Association of
English-Jewish Newspapers, the American Jewish Press.American Jewish Press Radio Photo
by Pinn.
Shocked Rabbi Urges
Jewish 'Billy Sundays'
CHICAGO (AJP) A retired
Chicago rabbi, shocked by his ob-
servations of New York Jewry
during a visit, issued a call last
week for some "Jewish Billy
Sundays to awaken New York
Jews to their responsibilities."
The proposal for some hard-
hitting evangelists for the world's
largest Jewish community was
made by Dr. George Fox.______
Federation To Withhold Allocation
To Jewish Theological Seminary
Yugoslavs Use Jewish Dig At Stalin
Over Vanished Yiddish Scribes
res In
Dected
The Jewish
lenna can no
rer 1,000 Jew-
Doebling Jew-
the outskirts
revealed this
Ernst Felsberg,
sr.
that the com-
snough money
ire of the sick
le added that
uld appreciate
from rela-
ried in the
to make pos-
rehabilitation
ves.
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)An
open letter by Hayim Greenberg,
a leading American Labor Zion-
ist spokesman, to the Soviet Am-
bassador to the United States,
concerning the fate of Soviet
Jewry, is being used by the anti-
Stalin Yugoslav government in
its fight against the Kremlin, the
I American Jewish Press learned
I this week.
Greenberg's letter appeared or-
> iginally in the Jewish Frontier.
'a monthly periodical, for Febru-
, ary. Grcerberg asked the am-
I bassador to explain what had
happened to a host of Yiddish
writers who are no longer heard
from and what had happened to
the Yiddish press, as well as to
Russian periodicals for Jews.
"Is it possible that among
2.000.000 Jews in the Soviet Un-
ion there exists not the slightest
need to read about Jewish mat-
ters in the Russian language?"
, Greenberg asked.
No reply was received from
I any Russian source. Labor Zion-
i ist sources said, but the article
: did get a response that was total-
ly unexpected. It was translated
into the Serbian language and re-
printed in "Political Chronicles."
an official publication of the
Yugoslav government.
The arrangements for re-pub-
lication were reportedly made by
the Israel Corsulatc in Belgrade
after a Yugoslav official heard
of the "open letter" and request-
ed a copy. The request was trans-
mitted to the Israel Consulate in
New York, which sent a copy to
Belgrade.
The Yugoslav periodical in
which the letter challenging the
Soviet Union to reveal the where-
abouts of noted Yiddish journal-
ists appeared is widely read a-
mong intellectuals of that coun-
try.
In a precedent-setting move,
the executive committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion last Thursday night voted
to withhold a $910 allocation to
the Jewish Theological Seminary
because the Conservative rabbin-
ical training institution had con-
ducted an independent campaign
in this area without authorization
by Federation.
A sum of $1,500 had previously
been recommended bv Federa-
tion's budget committee and had
been approved by the group's
board of governors. This ligure
( was cut to $910 when Federation
revised its budget.
During the past winter, the
seminary collected more than
S6.000 in a whirlwind drive
spearheaded by its president.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
The seminary seeks aid from
federations throughout the coun-
try for its "Eternal Light" pro-
1 gram, its museum, its schools of
education. It cor tends that it has
a right to solicit funds from its
member groups for its religious
program.
The decision to cut off funds
I from Federation's coffers is in
line with a recommendation by
' the multiple appeals commtitee
, that all appeals conducted in this
i area must come within the frame-
l work of Federation, that all mem-
I bers of the board of governors
will not support unauthorized
campaigns and that Federation
shall publicly oppose such a fund-
raising effort.
Ironically enough, a review
of the list of contributors to
th seminary campaign reveals
that almost all of the members
of the multiple appeals com-
mittee were among the larger
donors.
More than $12,000 in pledges
have come in to date in the sup-
plemental campaign, according to
Irving Frankel. He singled out
Paul Gertman for his work in
obtaining the largest number of
new pledges. He also cited Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Ben-
jamin Appel for their outstand-
ing work.
Announcement was made by
Morris Klass. executive director
of Federation, that 48.37 percent
of the 1951 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal pledges have not yet been
collected. This is the highest
percentage for this time of year,
he pointed out, and urged all
present to pay their pledges im-
mediately.
Stripped Of Command
CHICAGO (JTA) Brigadier
'. General Julius Klein, former
president of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of America, was strippj 1
I of his command this week-end
I when the Headquarters Companv
I of the 109th Anti-Aircraft Bri-
gade was ordered de-activated.


PAGE 2 A
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Led By Movie Star,
Pickets Brave Rain
To Hit Deportations
NEW YORK CITY AJP>Led
by screen star Ilona Massey,
s df pickets trooped about
in the rain for two hours in front
ol the Soviet Consulate, shouting
at intervals: "Stop the Di
noil
T i pickets, members and
the American-Hui
iar Federation, charged thi
let Union with deporting 120.000
Hungarians to Siberia and else-
where. Latest reports pi..
5.000 the number ol Jews de-
d by Communist Hungary.
Dr. Kalman Molnar, president
ol th< i astern district of the fed-
eration, said the pickets were
protesting against "the inhuman
treatment by Russia of the Hun-
garian people whom they profess
to represent."
FRIDAY^AUgust-
IVlNOII SOII-lll
Information concerning the
whereabouts of Nathan Kravetz
is being sought on behalf of his
wife, Tillie, and their child. Ma: -
ioi whom he has failed to con-
tact since 1943.
A native of Poland. Kravetz
was born on April 18. 1906. He
is five feet three inches tall.
weighs 150 pounds, has brown
hair, hazel eyes, worked as a cut-
ti : ,.nd operator on mattresses.
Anyone aware nf !-.:- present
tioi is asked to commun
with the National Desertion Bur-
105 Nassau Street, New Y rk
7 I w York.
SUMMER PRICES
Crime Chief On Air
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Millions of radio listeners from
coast to coast this week heard
a new voice narrate one of the
, most popular melo-
dramas, "Gangbusters "
The new narrator for the
true-from-life cure stones
was Rudolph Halley, the
vou: b Jewish chief prosecutor
(he Senate Ci in e Corn-
am inquiry
Halley, who is the Liberal
and Fusion Party choice in
\ ., n er elections for
i, nt of City council here.
will begin another radio series
next mot th, in addition to his
narration chores for Gang-
: usters "
Continuing industrial and agricultural development of Israel
is described to volunteer workers for the Israel Bond campaign
by Seymour B. Liebman. chairman of the Council ol Organiza-
tions of the Greater Miami bond committee. Other speakers at
the meeting helu in the Royal Palm Hotel were Maj. Yehuda Kop-
pel. left, and Harold Shapiro.
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First hand news of Israel's
continued economic development
was given to volunteer workers
of the Israel Bond campaign
last Thursday at the monthly re-
port meeting of the Council of
Ornanizations. The session, held
at the Royal Palm Hotel, heard
Maj. Yehuda Koppel of El Al
!-:. Seymour B. Liebman em-
ize thi' amazing progress
the new state in its :.
years of existence.
K ippel estimated that 1.000
new an ivals at ing fl wn in-
[srael I lily, "greatly inci
ing the need for in\ tment
to provide the ir.dustrj
: ulture to abs trb these ne
citizens into a nt e
He traced Kl Al's gi .. i
line with only n
to a 1 >i IS govern-
owned, modern aircraft main-
from Los A:..
to Soutl A': ica.
Liebman reported that the
growth of new settlements in the
startling, almost un-
believable since my last visit."
He expressed satisfaction with
the progress of the summer com-
petition of the council, giving
special praise to Hadassah and
Z.O.A.. the pacesetters in the
women's and nun's divisions.
Sale of bonds at the meeting
was S2.500. raising the South
Florida total to S607.450. Joseph
M. Rose, new chairman of the
hotel unit, announced that N >
vember was being set aside
Hotel Bond Month" and reveal-
ed a goal of SI.000.000 for his
ur.it for the entire campaign.
Bond workers wei .. ge i t i
inl tin tl r pace throug
the sumn er by Har ild Shapiro.
president of the Miami Beach
j District of Z O A. Sir
a ither cannot be allowed to |
slow down our efforts," Shapiro
I said, "because Israel needs S150.-
000.000 in cash from the
issue by the end of the year"
SI mli C Myers, tempi rarj
chairman of the Great' r M
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)AY, AUGUST 3, 1951
fpmiitrkrkti&n
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
rhe great hurricane of 1926 was the necessary
fust to give the boom its final coup de grace. A
Id boom starts slowly and ends quickly: yet hope
its return lingers on. After World War I. it was
[the nature of things for land speculation to start
Wing. It began innocently enough. Tourists, who
iild not go abroad on account of the war, came'to
jnda. For the first time, many experienced the
sian winter of the semi-tropics.
[UTIOUS BEGINNINGS
laxing, sun tanning, and surf bathing in Febru-
J, a visitor would, for a lark, buy a plot of ground
|th little money, perhaps to get rid of the persist-
\t. glib-tungued salesman. Coming back the fol-
ding year, he might be offered a profit, sometimes
lugh to pay for his vacation. He was tempted to
tat the performance with the same results. A
{ind took root that no one ever lost money buying
jnda real estate. The myth spread, until people
>ughout the land decided to try their luck.
:CELERATION
Thousands came from all parts to sojourn itv a
id that had the benign aspect of an eternal play-
3und. Neither time nor season seemed to register
the holiday atmosphere of perpetual sunshine.
ay was the serious preoccupation; but the most
Iniulating amusement centered around the buying
^d soiling of lots. It became unnecessary to wait for
o following season to unload a real estate purchase.
plot of land listed with a broker would sell at a
Bfit before the tourist went back to escape the
Timer heat.
.MORALIZATION
Land buying and selling accelerated into the vel-
ity of cyclone. Emegres from the cold world of
Bged effort and keen competition brought along
tir fortunes, ranging from hard earned savings
wealth amassed during the unrestricted and un-
iced profiteering of the First World War. They
The Aftermath Of Boom And Hurricane
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
quickly succumbed to the prevailing practice of
planting their money in the soil, as it were, and
watching it grow. Initial success and easy p:
lulled the speculators into a false security.
warm climate of tropical Florida seemed no ;
'for laborious effort. The languid air favored the
habit of unhealthy parasitism.
UNREALISTIC HOPE
The boom broke. But there was no spectacular
crash to dramatize the end of the chimerical gold
rush. There was, to be sure, a cessation of active
trading in land. But the Lotus Eaters refused to be-
lieve that their own bubble had burst in the general
collapse. They stubbornly (lung to the hope of a
temporary lull. They fondly, imagined their lots,
houses, acres, or buildings, often subject to heavy
mortgages, had declined in price but not in value.
They envisioned a future when prices would soar
beyond the high water mark of the 1925 peak.
DOWN TO EARTH AGAIN
The awakening was rude, violent, and fraught
with danger. The howling wind, twisting a Steel-
ribbed skyscraper, was the reality that shattered the
fairyland of the day dreamers. The hurricane dem-
onstrated how trivial the hustle of human ant.- is
alongside the awful forces of nature. Death and
destruction were the grim agents that impinged into
their dream world and tore the scales from their
inverted eyes. At last they saw the end of boom and
gold rush. Go to work or starve were the only al-
ternatives. Yet hope for the return of prosperity
was not abandoned; the dream was merely deferred.
RESORN RESOLUTION
Many boom adventurers returned to their home
towns. Many felt unequal to the ordeal of facing the
jeering / (old you so of smug friends, who became
world wise by never venturing beyond Main Street.
There was no alternative but to work at tasks un-
becoming at home. With the optimism native to
Miami, energy and enthusiasm replaced the former
U thargy. I he streets were cleared; houses, buildings
hotels .'.ere repaired, renovated, and refurbish-
Whi n the winter crop of tourists came flocking
in. no .< stige of havoc was visible. The visitor look-
n vain for the devastations of the hurricane as
pictured by the sensational and somewhat gloating-
Th( Miami area stood resplendent in the dazr
ling sunshii e.
THE JEWISH. GROUP
Whatever applied generally was even more true ,
in Jewish circles. Some had sacrificed their pro-
fessional contacts; others sold out profitable business-
es to settle in El Dorado. All were now stranded
savings gone, their capital swept away. At
home it was too humiliating to start from scratch
One might as well stick it out in the new milieu anc
begin afresh.
ITS INCREASE
Some newcomers had been people of substance
and standing in their home cities. The community
strengthened and enriched by the acquisition oj
healthy forces, never relapsed into its provincial
of ante-boom days. The new people came frorr
sections. Impact with the annual crop cr.
tourists from sophisticated centers of wealth anc
fa.-hion made for a cosmopolitanism seldom founc
:n communities of similar population.
The boom was largely responsible for the sudder
growth of metropolitan Miami. It focused natior.a
atti ntion on a small city; it brought in people whe
rtised its charm to all the world. Without tha
rgy of land speculation, Miami would hardly hav
tripped Palm Beach or even Key West. Th
fantastic boom also proved the inciting force tha
transformed a provincial Jewish Congregation intt
a cosmopolitan center of 50.000 souls, ranking th
13th community in the U. S. A.
ilkin Article Published
^abor Builds Democracy," an
kicle bv Gilbert J. Balkin. di-
btor, Florida Regional Office,
^ti-Defamation League of B'nai
rith, appears in the August,
51. issue of the Union Record,
i: iila labor publication.
The article describes programs
(d materials utilized by labor
ganizations for combatting big-
fy and advancing harmonious
DUp understanding.
jllaby Of Broadway
TAO Party Theme
'Lullaby of Broadway" will be
theme of the annual Tau Al-
Omega house party to be
d at the Albion Hotel from
grist 2 to August 9.
".ach night a different aspect
he New York scene will be
ured. A Harlem Night, Coney
nd Swim Dance, Stork Club
Midnight on Times Square
on the sorority schedule,
au Alpha Omega is affiliated
lh the Miami Jewish Commun-
Center.
Flakier 4*ranada
Center To Hold
Swim Par I v
A swim party will be given at
the Saxon Motel, 301 N. W. 62nd
Street, on Sunday, August 5, at
8 p.m. for the benefit of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center building fund.
In charge of the event are Mrs.
Ben Clein, Mrs. Walter Stewart,
Mrs. Sam Kirschner and Mrs.
Paul Marks.
Highlight of the evening will
be a bathing beauty contest for
men and women. Prizes will be
given for the most original bath-
ing suits.
First Bar Mitzvah Set At
Flagler-Granada Center
Gerald Goldschlager. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Goldschlager, 111
S. W. 62nd Court, will be the
first young man to become Bar
Mitzvah at the Flagler Granada
Jewish Center on Saturday, Aug-
ust 4, at 9 a.m.
Leo Heim, center Hebrew
teacher, will oliciate at the cere-
mony.
The young man's parents will
be hosts at the Kiddush follow-
ing the service.
Murray To Headline Show Night, Dance
Mel Murray will headline a
summer show night and dance
to be sponsored by the Emma
Lazarus Chapter of B'nai B'rith
on Saturday night, August 4, in
the Coral Room of the Ritz Plaza
Hotel.
Murray will present his popu-
lar piano parodies and satire and
will act as master of ceremonies
for the evening.
The event is free to the public
according to an announcement bj
Edith Simmons, ChaDter presi
dent, and will feature a floor
show, games, prizes and dancing
Chairman of the affairs is Ma<
Meyers. Assisting her are Edythi
Fleischer, Tina Fisher, and Mini
Littman.
sague To Meet
">uthwest Civic- League of Mi-
will meet Tuesday, August
[at 8 p.m. at the Syrian-Leban-
Hall, 2626 S. W. 3rd Avenue.
Social Meeting Set
Variety entertainment will
highlight the open social meeting
of the Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Business and Professional Women ,
of B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday even- ,
ir.g, August 14, at the Seacomber
Hotel, according to an announce-
ment by Edith Simmons, Presi- ,
dent.
The program is under the di-
rection of Estelle Rubin and '
Evelyn Miller. Slated to appear
is Ed Moore, hypnotist. _______'
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IBIDAY. AUGUST a m.
EDITORIAL
Communism In Hungary
The current wave of wholesale deportations
Oi innocent people from Communist Hungary
proves again that there is no difference between
the totalitarian practices oi Communism and
nazism.
Day after day there is accumulating a mount-
inq mass of indisputable evidence that the Com-
munist regime in Hungary is following the same
tactics as the nazis in dooming whole groups ol
people to long prison terms or internment in con-
centration camps.
Religious Jews are among the victims of this
latest campaign of ruthlessness and persecution
being carried on by the Communists.
The total number cf deportees is er-'imated at
between 47,000 and 70.000. They represent all
classes of society, including peasants, workers,
intellectuals and other members of the middle
class. All source? agree that there has been an
especially high percentage ol Jews among those
put away "for offense against the economic
order ol the people's democracy."
Throughout the country effcrts are being made
Grant Enough
Congress is considering a f^T-jJ-J-J
security grants to countries of the Middle East,
"order to strengthen the forces of democracy m
the struggle against Communism.
Under a measure now before the foreign al-
ia^ committee of the lower house of Congress,
a S23.500.000 grant would be made to Israel.
Such an amount. Jewish leader, have testi-
fied before the committee, is wholly inadequate^
Thev referred to Israel's formal request last
MaSTta a gran.-in.id of $150,000,000 to help
,oday to mobilize public opinion against such
infamous practices and to move this governmen
io action. President Truman and Congress. wjU
be urged to appeal to the government of Hungary
to abandon its genccidal activities.
Public opinion, clways a potent force, can
brinq about national and international protest
against this latest show of Communist oppression.
But it must be mobilized--and at once.
l meet the extraordinary economic problem, i
has encountered because ol its immigration J
gram.
"We urge you." said Louis Lipsky. diaw
of the American Zionist Council, in an ciw
ance before the committee, "to give adequate 3
to Israel, as well as to the Arab states, Cn to*
own individual merits, assessing what each nej*
and what each can contribute to the weifarTJ
the tree world."
Aid. to be effective, must have two elemen*
It must be made in time, and it must be MrfQ
We have seen too much, in recent year, 0f n,
"too little, too late" approach to problems. Dah
out token funds doee not constitute effectiver3
To allow Israel one-fifth of her actual Q4
would be an empty gesture, and indeed a stupe
thing. With enough funds at her disposal, Israel
can continue to strengthen her democratic co&
monwealth.
On whatever grounds it makes up its mini
Congress should see to it that actual needs i
appraised and adequate funds appropriated. 0&
ly in that way can security be developed abrood
Religious Directory..
Resolution Adopted
On JCA Issues
More than 150 p< ittend-
ed a mass meeting sponsored by
the "Emergency Committee of
. : \: era" at the
will speak. Cantor Samuel summer camp program including Miami Jewish Community Center
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)
will hold services Friday eve-
ning at 8:15. Music, prayer and
.-i rmonette. Dr. Donald Michel-
I n. director of the H:llel Fou'-
- tion at the University of Mi-
to 6:30 p. m.
Beth David (Conservative will
hold Friday evening services at
6:45 and Saturday m rning serv-
ices at 9 a. m. The Hebrew school
will conduct morning session
Miami Heb gregation (Orthodox) will hold
services on F: iday at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday morn:... services will
be held at 8:30. Mincha at 630
p m. followed by Shalos Surios
. .'.d Maariv. Hebrew class* mi t
from 9 a.m. to ".-' noon. Daily
.- -.ices are held at 7.30 a.m. and
7 p.m.
Beth El Congregation (Ortho-
dox) Will hold Friday services
at 6:45 p. m. Services Saturday
morning at 8:30 will feature the
Bar Mitzvah of Martin Scr.affel.
son of the Arthur Schaffels. Rab-
bi Murray Grauer will officiate.
Mincha at 6:45 will be followed
by Shalos Sudos. Daily services
will be held at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Temple Israel oj .Miami (Re-
form) will hold its Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will read the prayers
and talk on "Jews and Jews."
There will be no Saturday morn-
ing services during the summer
months. Enrollment for religious
school and application for mem-
bership may be made at the of-
fice daily from 9 to 5.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative) will hold its sum-
mer religious services at the
air-conditioned home of Israel
Richman, 411 82nd Ter. Friday at
8:15 p.m. and Saturday at 9:15
a.m. Rabbi Abramowitz will con-
duct services and Cantor Ben
Grossberg will assist.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox) will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:45 and Satur-
day morning services at 8:30.
Mincha at 6:45 will be followed
by Shalos Sudos. Summer ses-
sions of the religious school are
held daily Monday through Fri-
day from 10 a. m. to noon.
A'onh Dade Jewish Center will
conduct services Friday at 8:15
p. m. Joseph Rosenfeld will offi-
ciate and L. Lev..- will deliver
the sermon.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
/Liberal) late Friday evening
si: vice will continue each Friday
at 8:15 p. m. throughout the sum-
mer months. A feature of the
.services will be the open forum
lOneg Shabbat on the patio with
Sabbath singing and readings
---------e. New
.Moon of Ab will be welcomed
with special melodies by Cantor
Irving Robinson. Saturday serv-
ices begin August 11 at 9:45 a.m.
with the Bar Mitzvah of Joel
Smulson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Smulson.
Kneseth Israel Congregation
(Orojhodox) Friday evening serv-
ices 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services at 8:30 a.m. At 4:30 p.m.
a class in Talmud will be con-
ducted. Mincha at 5:30 will be
followed by Shalos Sudos. Zmiras
'will follow and Maariv will com-
plete the services. Daily services
at 8 a. m. followed by a class
in .Jewish Laws and customs
Hebrew school is held daily Mon-
day through Thursday from 3:30
: e for daily classes to be held well as a number of JCA em-
Mcnday through Thursday from ployees
9 a. m. to noon. At t.
Flaqler G-annda Religious resolut I idopted:
Grouo holds services at 7:30 a.m.' "W I
Mond'av through Friday. Satur-
day si rvices are held at 9 a. m.
and Sunday morniig at 8.
Hollywood Jewish Commwity
Center (Conservative) will hold
early Friday night services at
6:30 p. m. and
at 9:30 a. m.
of the Jewish Community of
ter M declare
oursel' of the follow-
deal with the
finan< irrently faced
Jev Centi As
Sabbath services I tionrf Greater Miwni
"The Jewish Federation
u Temple Beth El cf West Palm i,0 ,,., .,nv deficits incurred by
Beach (Conservative) will con- ,he two ..y-. prior t(J ,heir in.
du.-t Friday evening services it corporatIon jnto JCA.
6:45 and Saturday morning serv- I ..in t.le supplemental v cam-
ices at 9. all under the direction i paign now being organized by
of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. the Jewish Federation, all the
Hebrew Academy (Orthodox) ; USUcl] SOurces of funds should be
will conduct Friday evening serv-| solK.Ilt.d again, rath, r than re-
1COS at p. m. and Saturday at qmnr.g the affected agencies to
9 a. m. Mincha will be held at 7jcorwnjct their own campaign,
p.m. with Shalos Sudos following. "Anv funds raised bv the sup-
Services are held daily at 7 a.m. pierm ntarv campaign" which
and 6:45 p. m. with Sunday morn-| wouid be allocated to J.C.A.
ing services at 8. should be applied immediately
Dou-ntoum Synagogue (Ortho-;to current JCA. budget needs,
dox) will hold its daily services '
at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Friday j
evening services are slated for
p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30, i Essen, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Fred
Mincha will be held at 6:45 p. m. K. Shochet and M. J. Kopelwitz.
followed by Shalos Sudos and j to deal with the bargaining com-
mittee of the JCA Employees
Travi
Worn*
The country's leading manu-
facturers of women's wear will
hold an exhibition of their gar-
ments in Greater Miami for the
time next month.
According to Nat Roth, presi-
di t of the Miami Beach Nation-
al Fashion Exhibitors, Inc.. the
show will be held at the Sea Isle
during the week of Sep-
er 23.
The Miami Beach National
Fashion Exhibitors, Inc.. is made
At" t n, tfii following up exclusively of traveling sales-
men who represent the leading
national I randed lines of women's
weai in southeastern United
States
The show at thi St-a Isle will
mark the first public showing of
new styles tor the coming year,
and fashion editors, designers, de-
partment store owners and mer-
chandise men from every large
ling Salesmen To Prptwnt
"n's Wear Show At BeaHi
Fashion Exhibitors. Inc., is lo-l
cated at 905 Langford Buildou
Miami. Other officers of the or-j
ganization are Al Si hwartz. v:.|
president, and Perry Radii,!
treasurer.
Photo Taken Hv
Rabbi UmnI On'
Hook lackH
Rabbi Leon Kronish this wttll
received a copv of tl e new bail
by James G. McDonald, Myl
Mission To Israel ". the jacket rfl
which bears a photograph of tal
former ambassador to fend I
which was taken by the ratal
when he Visited Ml M< Donald j|
Israel in January of 1949.
During Mr. McDonald's recosj
visit in Miami. Rabbi Kronia|
presented him with the pbott-l
cnanoise men rrom every Hip pn When the tune came le
city we expected to view the ul{jk.ation oi his book. he m
new nyw*; the rabbi the foil..wing letter
Some of the manufacturers'"Dcar Ra0bi Kronish:
Glamour, 1qqW Israel ^ the m{i\
Dan Gertsman. Shepherd Knit,
Brilliant Sportswear; Duchess
Royal; Carol Benson: Serbin, Inc.;
Jack Squires; Ira Renter; Sacony;
Georgians Frocks; Moms W.
Haft & Co.; Jonathan-Logan;
vices! Leon Kaplan, president of the iumor"eb- ?aron BrPs Par"
"day jJCA. has appointed a committee rm Originals; Marry Lee; An-
f or 7 composed of Sam Seitlin, Ben UStJu^'/wM1 rH?Wj Em"
Maariv.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
i holds daily services at 8 a. m.
; and 6:30 p. m. Friday night serv-
; ice is at 6:30. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will speak on "The Weekly
Union, headed by Harry Shamus,
to set up a relatio.-.ship between
the two groups.
The two committees are hold-
ing a series of meetings, the first
ma Dumb; Graff of California;
Ship'n Shore; Quinto of N. Y.;
R. & N. Kaufman; Swirl Dress;
Joseph Goldberg & Sons; Inter-
national Dress: Goody, Juniors;
International of California; Beil-
inson, Ltd.
The Miami Beach
National
ray residence in Ran.at Gan ait
which you presented to me i:J
the occasion of my visit to M:;r.|
last February on behalf of 'itt
United Jewish Appeal.
My publishers and I would *l
preciate it very much if r<*l
could send me the negative *l
that the picture could be repn>|
duced for my book, "My Misao|
To Israel."
Portion of the Law." Talmud | of "which was held Monday "night
class is slated for 5 p. m. with
Mincha at 6 p. m. followed by
Shalos Sudos.
Tijereth Israel Korthside Cen-
ter will hold services Friday at
6:30 p. m and Saturday morn-
Kilgore-Small Match
Slated For Monday
Promoter Harry Zuckerman
ing services at 9. Rabbi George antl Matchmaker Tommy DcTar-
Goldberg will officiate Bar Mit- d" b"nK together for their main
vah of Philip Simon. ction at the Bayfront Audi-
Hialeah-AIiomi Springs Jewish torium on Monday, August li, at
Community Center will begin 8:45 p.m. two tough middle-
Pierson Unveiling
The dedication of a monume*
to the memory of tne late R*
1 Pierson. formerly of 800 Nor*
Miami Avenue, will take p
, Sunday, August 5, at 9:30 I*
Mount Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. P
son is survived bv her BUlHV
[Joseph, and three sisters.
! Loeffel of Miami. A: na Smite*
Bayonne, New Jersey. Rae K^
perman of New York City*'
hapiro. president, Mi- |rangements are in charge ol
Beach Zionists Offer
Food Certificates
For Israel Citizens
weigh' Billj nd Geor-
gii Small.
Kl1^' re, .-. f. rmer has. I all
pitcher ntroductioi
' e put n end
to Steve B- i areer wil
K.O
('' fight-
ing in Miami Beach to attend its !'" it the
services. They will be held Fri- '"',?'-, rowns
WZ fr& J&&LJS2 ft>r.?-ta ?' .:. Saturday vft Bomb ,
late Friday services at 8:80 p. m
Cantor Ben Grossberg will c
the service;. Oni l Shabbat will
f How.
Young Israel Synagogue of
Miami Beach (Orthodox) in-
vites all members from othei
parts of the country now visit-
at 9 a.m. and 6:45 p. mf and'w',h '
daily at 8 a. m. and 6:45 p. m.
West Miami Jewish
has slated services
6:30 and Saturday
Rabbi Ezra Li
at all service
Mr. and Mrs
become Bar Mitzv
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conseivative) will hold Fiiday
evening services at 6:15 and
Saturday morning services at 9.
In the afternoon the Bible class
will meet at 5:15 followed by
Shalos Sudos. Daily services are
held in the chapel at 8 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Beth Tjilah (Orthodox) will
hold Friday evening services at
ami Beach Zionist District, local
agents for S< rvice for Israel, to-
day announced that self-choice
,::' certifi ati ft r friends and
:' latives in Israel may now be
" "" 'I ai the Zi< nist Office,
206, 23 n Road.
' in denomin-
d (25 can
.....''! by the recipient in
:'" : f k. ih< r food
l, ration-free,
' at shopa located
Haifa. Jerusalem,
rim, Re-
ah.
mer's Miami Monument J-'l
Friends and relatives are ast
to be present. ________
Publihed vry Friday
By The J*wih Flonflu"
linM 'I
current-
e been
intensive
garding the foods
-nalos Sudos. mojt vitally needed and kmi j
m iSdV^ D:"ly ff*-""*5 -- AddElaS
ill be followed bv Shal
uy -;- -apiro sa.d. Addit.ona.
w:!15 p- m- ,?aily classes in fro,n time to ti
Mir j are held at 8:30
cer-
. ~ the
ITA I?0* Part>els avail-
'roin $10 50 to $38 50
mie.
Wednesday at fV m*n* ,f Mk V*1***** food parcels a
in Ein Yak'ov he'ld Monday^ "r'r"m $'050 to .
Thursday at 7 p.m. y ^ i irSrIr^ula "* available by call-
iirg the Zionist Offic
Slth treet, Miami 18. Fl0,ld*;.,
lred econd.clai "'.<; ul%U
'930, at tb Pott Office of ".^,1
Fla., under the Act of March : .
Th Jtwiin Flondia" "" "%*
h Jewish Unity and ,n,. ti
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Hate Tactic
jsteru Plane itombards Detroit
\th Hate \otes: 4 ops Probe Case
STROIT (AJP)A complete-
9W tactic in hate-mongering
jtribution of anti-Semitic
ibills by a mystery plane
Detroit police and pursuing
fForce planes completely baf-
this week.
handbills, which were
irered over a residential area
According to police reports,
h's leafet had a legend "History
of the U.S." with three crude
drawings below it.
The first drawing showed
Uncle Sam pushing an American
Indian over a cliff. The second
showed Uncle Sam being shoved
over the same brink bv a beard-
Kramer To Speak
Harold Kramer, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Vocational
Service, will speak on "Hope Un-
limited," an educational pro-
gram sponsored by the Florida
State Employment Service, on
Wednesday, August 15, at 9:30
p!m. over WQAM.
Weu> -tSSIt Case Supervisor Arrives
Miss Mary Aronson, recently available to the community in the
appointed case supervisor of the near future.
, the Detroit Tank Arsenal,
p described by police as "blat- ?? black-hatted and black-robed
y anti-Semitic." | "gure obviously symbolizing a
e hate-sheets were strewn I "2t ,
The bottom drawing depicted
the caricature of the Jew tri-
umphantly standing on the cliff.
i waving three bannersthe Unit-
ed Nations flag, the hammer and
ter'resTdeTfs "rcpor"ted""the fickle. a"d a flafg ubearin8 the
flight, police notified the three-ball mark of the pawnshop.
Police, asked what could be
er a three-mile area fire
es north of Detroit. The
ne was described as a small
Ivate ship which made two
its spreading the leaflets.
rby Selfridge Air Force field
three training planes, one a
Idy Mustang, rose to observe
[sky area.
its second flight, the mys-
plane ignored the Air Force
bes which dived around it to
its license numbers and
^r to follow the plane and lost
flyers, fearing a collision,
too busy watching each
fr t<> follow the plan and lost
Ik ol it. Police said one of the
[ben on the hate-plane had
boen issued to any aircraft
tsed in Michigan.
done to prevent similar air dis-
tribution, assuming the flying
hate-peddler is ever caught.
said that a charge could be
lodged of distributing handbills
from the air without a permit.
New Feature Added
A new feature. "What"s Doing
in the World?" will be presented
every Friday during the Yiddish
Classical Hour from 12 noon to
1 j>.m. over Station WINZ, ac-
cording to Morris Nasatir. direc-
tor. Mai Englander. Miami Beach
attorney, will serve as narrator.
Hanoch Jacoby, distinguished
viola player, will be featured on
the "Vistas of Israel" installment
Sunday during the program Sun-
day, August 5, from 1:15 to 1:30.
Subjects Listed
"The Egyptian Blockade of the
Suez Canal" will be the subject
of Norman R. Lyons' newscast
over Jacob Shachter's Jewish
Hour on Friday, August 3, from
1:30 to 2 p.m. over Station
WMBM.
On Sunday Lyons will speak
on "The Effect of the UN 'For-
give and Forget' Policy in Ger-
many." The program is heard on
Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m. over
Oneg Shabbat Set
Miami Beach Masada, Young
Zionist District, will conduct an
Oneg Shabbat at the home of
Vivian Hadash, 922 South 17th
Ave. in Hollywood, Fla., Friday.
August 3, at 9:30 p.m.
Eddie Oka will conduct the
program.
A car pool will leave the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center at 8:30 p.m.
Jewish Social Service Bureau, has
arrived in Miami to assume her
duties, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
bureau president.
The new supervisor will have
major responsibility for the pro-
fessional aspects of the bureau's
program, Mrs. Myers said. It
is expected that she will make
the counseling and other services
___------------------------------
Dance, Watermelon Feast
Set For Saturday Night
West Miami Jewish Center will
sponsor a dance and watermelon
feast on Saturday, August 4, at
8:30 p.m. at the center building,
5720 W. 17th Street.
Audience participation con-
tests will highlight the event, ac-
cording to Murray Sparaga and
Bette Breslow, program chair-
men.
A graduate of the Kewr'l^rK
School of Social Work, Miss.Ar-
orson has taken additional train-
ing at the Pennsylvania Stfioo'
of Social Work. She serye.4 ifl-
a supervisory capacity irj Hie
Jewish Family Service of New
York and most recently was-edM
consultant and assistant director
of the Religious Functionary De-
partment of the New York As*
sociation for New Americans.
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ird Parta Ms On
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ti Miami Auxiliary of the : station WTTT and from 2 to 3
\, Co sumptives' Relief So- I p.m. over Station WMBM.
will have a card party on
ficlay, August 13, at 8:30 p.m.
King Arthur Room of the
>ny Hotel, Miami Beach.
Jerry Poncher. chairman,
Mrs. Sam Kalmus, co-chair-
are taking reservations for
event.
^oceeds will be used to help
snts confined in the tuber-
kr wards of the hospital at
kdall and Jackson Memorial,
Veil as the non-sectarian sani-
m in Spivak, Colordo.
rs. Murray Poncher, case
rnian. visits patients in the
hospitals regularly and sup-
them with necessities.
kvered Dish Supper
jstcrhood of the Coral Gables
fish Center will sponsor a
gred dish supper at the center
sunday, August 5, at 5 p.m.
lice Klinn is chairman of the
it. Assisting are Lisa Yaffe,
Braun, co-chairmen. Mary
trstem, Pauline Platt, Jean
fcU-stein, Muriel Leibeiman,
Immerman, Hedda Coleman,
t'.'W Citron, Frances Levy,
tie Goldin, Tina Harris, Fran-
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Bookshelf
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with Vomvntina Xnii-Svmitism
I Ja S
'-... nist activities :
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the penetral M B n. N
Y both prolil
f hate literatu
government, in efforts 1 in thi
nfidenci i racteristi tickei
Thev h I
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[ give I listurb < an anti
Mr Spolansky saj I Th nd anti-Nea
: un:s: Trail in A i :. 11 too, had want
. : |, n the ci wded bartdw.
jtnd phase of Comi t peneti in then suitcases, they can
the United Stati theii scurrilous stock in tr
to li the usual slogans -Bt-hinu I
thi Stands the Jews.
the int y ::. C untry Against tn
mist theoi i j, ws'"
. Ltze the natun I I
irhen he n t the
n l( ling thi
his own ;
He] phiz
n the merits or del
I i ai tl vig-1
it '. there!'."
He names names and places,
tells of the activities of the
well known and lass known
Communist leaders, exposes a:
mong others Joseph Kowalski
as "The Little Stalin of Mich-
igan
He adds: "If it wsre not for
the Communists. Gerald L. K.
Smith could not survive, so
much does he need them to car-
ry on "
Stockdale Speaks
"Vacations in Miami Beach for
Wou: ded Korean Veteran- and
W at Citizens of Greater Miami
Can Do To Help in This Pro-
n" was the topic of a talk
: v Grant Stockdale. executive
director of the Miami Beach Ho-
.: Spolansky charg. I 'the tel Owners Association, before
... ,. responsible for the 52 Association of Greater Mi-
riots in Detroit in 1943 ami at the Saxony Hotel Thurs-
mc'i iccuses them : fomenting day. August 2. at 8:30 p.m._____
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Key West, including
;he British West Indus, accord-
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The beauty supply firm, which
Vas founded by Hirsch 11 years
igo, itributor of Rayette
Waves, Dusharme Hair
and Wave Cream, Breck
:(., '. : Si alp 111 I prod-
. m ell i numerous other
nally known beauty prep-
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Sherry Dies
leart Attack
Benjamin Sherry, prom-
iami Beach clubwoman,
Post Ave., died suddenly
ome of a heart attack on
. A former resident of
, Mrs. Sherry came here
jars ago.
her arrival, she has been
the civic and organiza-
of the community. She
:ding secretary of the
B>ody of the Jewish Home
Aged, vice-president of
lew Academy, a board
of Mount Sinai Hos-
uxiliary, a life member
the board of Brandcis
ity and a board member
Israeli group of Hadassah.
as the wife of Benjamin
and the mother of Mrs.
othbart and Mrs. Janice
both of Chicago.
Ices were held at 10:30
July 29 at Riverside
ai Chapel on Miami Beach
ahbi Murray Grauer of-
The remains were sent
go for interment.
itein Unveiling
dication of a monument
ni'mory of the late Jacob
n. formerly of 1611 S.W.
enue, former owner of
Fish Market, will take
inday, August 5, at 2:00
Mount Nebo Cemetery,
)!u Max Shapiro officiat-
Goldstein is survived by
Beck, and sons, Robert
1; his mother. Mrs.
ldstein; and a brother. I.
Palm Beach. Mr. Gold-
a member of Sholl m
B'nai B'rith. Arrange-
rs 10) charge of Palmer's
Monument Company,
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Mt. Sinai Publishes
1st Annual Report
A brand r.ew idea in hospital
reportsan attractive 48-page il-
lustrated pamphlet aimed to ap-
, peal to both laymen and physic-
ians has been published by
Mount Sinai Hospital and is
being muled out this week.
Printed in color, the report de-
, piets the activities at the hospital
'from its opening on December 5.
1949 until December 31, 1950. It
I contains messages from Max Or-
oxitz, president, and Samuel
Gertner, executive director, a his-
; tory of the hospital's growth and
I development, as well as lists of
[ trustees, staff members and com-
i mittee members. A description
of all hospital departments with
i a run-down on facilities is also
included.
The report's financial state-
ment, printed in green and yel-
low, might have been more ap-
propriate in red, for it shows
i total assets of approximated
SI.500,000 and an operating def-
| icit of $76,000.
William Glick, public relations
director, attributes much of the
deficit to initial investment and
increasing number of charity
cases being cared for without
family assistance.
To December 31. 1950. Mount
| Sinai had 6.570 patients, induc-
ing 698 free patients. The pam-
phlet shows that 4.481 cases were
treated in the emergency room,
2,960 operations performed and
541 births recorded.
Plans for the future include a
new hospital building, experi-
mental animal clinic, nurses'
home.
The hospital is now construct-
l ing an elevator and fire tower.
It is enlarging its present clinical
facilities, offering intern train-
ing and instituting a practical
nurses' training program in Sep-
tember.
The booklet was prepared by
the public relations department
of the hospital, headed by Glick.
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945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
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FRIDAY_AUGUST
"Strictly Neighbors
>)
By HELEN ALPERT
. .TRvioiJjr Hotel Good'. Betty Alpem
mssk ft
:. theU.ofM ol's
_ .- Sinai.
reath. tter
Mai' R jdfc--ne from Rudy Baum. from Genoa. He's on the
SS Co'nstlu r0n o American Export Line,. UmhmlM
"asienws-25 krols-completely air-conditioned-sister-ship o<
SS Independence. Thafs the best place for an accordionist to
feLon the high C'l all right ouch. Ruth Brotman s hand-
"nTlw wonderful assignments in Carada. she report. .nd
wickedly notes lha'l wearing woolens, sleeps under three blankets
end then thaws cut further in front of a roar.ng log fire. Her
address is Ayer's Cliff. Quebec. .
Happy Birthday!
S 5 do the n things
' ".." '
. 5. His pan nti an L uise and Leo A.: fteu.
' up ana
mg for himso J nal day
A ... 4 Th mj : rth late, to0j
t Johnnie exa tlv six yean Id. I 5 Sat iraay.
.. v. .- mil; ppiest Birtl
me. his ancient Aunt
in
Manhattan excitement is afceut to be stirred up over Charles
R. Jacobsons non-objective paintings. "Chass" had several one-
man shows in this area, as you recall, end was included in thai
plushy Boca Raton exhibit early this season. Hottest news is thai
the famed Betty Parsons on 52nd St.one of the lwo most cele-
brated specialists in modern artis getting terribly interested in
all hii work, particularly h latest.
7.r.ds For Federation!
AS 1 5 opened, to fulfill pi
.-. nd its fail-
.:. :: ':' IS
Mr. Mi
.- Saul Sped '.
Harry Short
rr.i ...
....... .
Out-oi-Town:
. y Sorrento guesl
:. J r :..:.. '.'.' Pal.T.
n-in-law,
:: i Fn Raphaels little n .- Matthew Inci-
I Let, clot nufacturei has ju.-t
I l ieal th M lertrudi Bt-ri;ttevei It Molln
: : thi Mollii G Iberi iresses Haha s
I last!
Romcsa Rosenthal
Stiff is Kate Fall
Planning a late fall wedding
,,:i Miss Romesa Rosenthal and
q, Cohen, whose betrothal
.renounced by her mother. Mrs.
Sophie Rosenthal. 1502 N. E. 1st
nut Mr C'ohtn is the son of
Benjamin Cohens. 2454 S. W.
13th street.
A native Miamiar, the bride-
elect WU graduated from Miami
v High School, where she
ember of the National
Honor Souety and co-captain of
the fadettes.
She attended Florida State uni-
.,, member of Delta Phi
rity and current pres-
S aret Chapter. Bnai
B Young Women.
A veteran of three years in the
hard n arine, Mr. Cohen at-
tend, ill in Richmond Hill.
L. I. ;-nd the RCA Institute. He
l- a member of the Knights of
Roosevelt Lodge. DOKK.
5 ly Feibelman
Emily Feibelman
Betrothal Revealed
Eni lement and approaching
: Miss Emily Feibel-
Harold Friedman, son of
Mrs. Mollie Friedman and the
late S m Friedman. Newport
Va has been anm i
i nts, Mr and Mrs
rxrt t' Fei elmaa 930 N E
Street. Miami SI m -
: place
the Feibelman
A n '
elect graduated 1 Mian i
H Scl I St| :.
.-. ':
y it In irney,
en living hen I u yea
..-. tl Ai Corps
nd is
of \ nd t
.: Law S
Boat Ride Scheduled
W Club N i One
i : Miai ii Beach will spoi
.,t- ard the Seven Seas
Sunday, August 19. according
Mrs Hi rj S' itlin, president.
m It Pier
hi B .. at 5:30 p.m.
': eed will g I
Rescue Fund.
Literature: ,~~ ~ "
Oiiutrt :: :s poppin' wuh talenttwo o: Card Party Planned
it with NY. publishers, and one has just
her booh with 1 u Rinehart Another "new" poet with
him vill soun app' i in swank Uterarv mag. Enjoying the writ-
ing sessions is B : Pennsylvania senior
- ir the summer wit I : Iks His lather is Arthur Brill, very well-
known in loi In lt\ ircles
Want a Bargain?
Got it straight pipeline: a fine apartment building in
a cnoice locati n in sout I Miamifor sale. Small cash, or swap
'" :-' Bi All 14 re occupied by wonderful
pie who art ther's gwDd friends. I know about it be-
iit for i :, t blushthev're all reader's of this
lumn. Hone. t. they
Pioneer Worn* n CIud No. Two
of Miami Beach will spun-
card party on Wednesday. Aug-
ust 8. at 7 30 p.m at the Sor-
rento Hotel. Proceeds are ear-
marked foi the Jewish National
Fund
Personally Speaking .
Jacob Schachter, director of the Jewish Variety Hour, re-
turned this week from a two-week business and pleasure trip
c New York. While away, he purchased new Yiddish record-
.ngs for his program.
* *
V acationing at the Osceola Lake Inn. Hendersonville N C
are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Jack
Apte and son Stuart. Mrs. F. Newman and grandson, Mr. and
Mrs. Ehard Kahn. Mrs. I. B. Kaplan and daughter
CHORAL DIRECTOR. TENOR
wants position for High Holidays.
Wrire to P. H.
Box 2973
Miami 18. Fla.
BARNEU BECKERMAN
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WITHERS VAN LINES
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MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS
RESERVE NOW
EUROPE
IN 1952
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SWIM PARTY
Proceeds to Building Fund
SAXON MOTEL
301 N. W. 62nd Street
Sunday. August 5. 8 p.m.
TrLu^ER-GRANADA
JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
s^H
Bon Voyage Dinner
Honors Hitters
A bon voyage dinner in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritter of
Miami Btach. who are sailing
Aupust 4 on the Queen Mary for
an extended tour of Europe and
Israel, tin given by their neph-
ews and nieces on Sunday night
at the Miami Beach Athletic
Club Over 100 persons, includ-
ing the leaders of numerous or-
gai izatiom in which the Ritters
B< v attended the affair.
were Mr and Mrs. Sig-
W< intraub, Mr. and Mrs.
. i ; in.an. Mr. and Mrs.
W< mtraub. Mr and
. Caskill, Mr. and
Y 1.. if. Mr. and Mrs. I.
and Mr. and Mrs Victor
n
; leers were Sigmund
toastn ast< r, Mrs. Al-
exander Kogan, Mr. and Mrs
' tin s. l Silver-
mar.. J I
Thi Hi A< -i lemy pr< n nt-
th ol whom
I: identi "i the insti-
tution, with terling silver
labra in recognition of their
ind "to bght their way
in I.-:
Rotnesc Rrisenthcl
Bandler Convai
Matthew S Matty
executive ice-pnsfl
charge of Jun. Dair>- fJg%
Company of Southeasttral
ida. with h has won a di .sun ovej
Virus Pneumonia after s t.
critical bout Physidanit]
vised him t> take a va_
the Smokv Mountaios In
iod of several weeks $\
valesce befi n turniM|
ness.
Poaition Wanted By
Rabbimodern, young, |
born, college gradual.1
enced, seeking position
ida.
Write R. G.
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Miarr.: 18. Fla.
Going Formal?
i
drli
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with refined family in good
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male singing teacher.
Write to P. H.
Box 2973
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FOR 25 YEARS
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well as for break-
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Antonina (Iraziano,
453 (Airfield Ave.,
Jersey City, N. J.
One of many unso-
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after 10 days, return empty box
to KelluKK*. Battle Creek, Mich.
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COLLEGE SHOP OPENS
Friday, Anjgu*. 3rd
Burdine-8 Fall "51 college fashion activities will gM
way this week with the annual opening ci the B
Shop. Members of Burdine's Board will t bH
the opening and after with tips on fashions Ux c^rj
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BURDINE'S. THIRD FLOOR


JUST 3, 195 L
+JelstnurkMan
Page 9A
rsonally Speaking
Mrs. Ben Jonas. 348 S. W. 48th Avenue, returned
a vacation trip which took them to New York.
Cleveland.
* *
; month's trip from Miami to Maine, Mr. and Mrs.
" erg and son, Henry, are at their home, 701 S. W.
* +
jgy Goldblum and daughter, Joan, 1577 Meridian
imi Beach, left for a month's visit in the North.
I D. Cm Toms River, N. J., and New York City are
Brary.
* *
Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S. W. 1st Street, were
Surprise birthday party Friday niqht in honor of their
iter, Beverly Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
led Road. The week before the Meltzers entertained
newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Sorrel Katz of Chicago.
the grandson of Mrs. Rebecca Katz, former Miami
living in Denver, Colo.
* +
>ning at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, are
s. Stanley C. Myers and their son, Kenneth.
* *
Mrs. Harry W. Cohen, longtime Miami residents,
silver wedding anniversary Saturday night with
hhe family and close friends. The affair was held in
home, 1580 Everglades Concourse, Normandy Isle.
* *
Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Goodman of
has been notified by the dean of men at the Uni-
(orida that he has made the dean's list for the sec-
H. Marvin ranks with the upper five per cent of the
* +
ifter visiting friends and relatives in the North is
japiro, 853 S. W. 11th Street. She and Mr. Shapiro
lying host to her brother, Harry S. Taffer, of New
liladelphia, who will be here for a few weeks.
* *
bning with their daughter in Bayside, N. Y., are Mr.
Jartin Gal, 3050 S. W. 19th Street.
* *
residents _of Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
|have moved into their new home at 220 S. W. 51st
* *
|Mrs. M. William Smith of Coronet Chocolates. 1260
I Avenue, Miami Beach, recently returned here after
[ to the New Enqland states, Canada and New York.
* + *
I Mrs. M. Solomon, 711 51st Street, Miami Beach, axe
la six-week sojourn with their children in Staten Is-
+ *
Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal are vacationing in Monticello,
summer.
* *
i ior an extended stay in California are Mr. and Mrs.
Jinder. Mr. Binder, who attended the United Nations
in Francisco in April, 1945, as a press representa-
less the signing of the Japanese peace treaty in the
Ity in September. The Binders plan to return here
Bptember.
+ 4t *
Mrs. Stanley Fried, 219 Park Street, Roselle, N. J.,
birth of a son, Ronald Lee, on July 26 at the Beth
Ital, Newark. The mother is the former Charlotte
laughter of the Nat Blumbergs of this city.
* *
Jdergoing treatment for illness in New York is Mrs.
Miami Beach communal worker and clubwoman.
Ice, Mrs. Ida Jacobson has been appointed president
pr Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach.
* *
Mantz, director of extension activities of the Bureau
lucation, left Miami to accept the position of educa-
3r of the Jackson Heights Jewish Center. While in
Ir. Pomerantz will attend classes at Yeshiva Univer-
is studying for his Ph.D degree in education.
* +
Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg and son, Moses J., left
Brooklyn, N.Y.
* *
Jton, D.C., New York and St. Louis are on the vaca-
of Miss Ethel Pont, 2611 S.W. 5th Avenue, who
Inesday by plane. Miss Pont, a past president of
ptate Federation of B'nai B'rith Women Chapters, is
cashier at the Dade County Tax Collector's office.
+ *
1 Mrs. Fredrick Rosenthal and children. Vickie and
recently returned from a trip in the North.
* + *
Saturday from an extended visit with family and
?w York and New Jersey are Mrs. Louis Simms
Bernard. 2110 S.W. 16th Street.
* *
rs. William J. Freeman. 5311 S. W. 5th Street, an-
th of a daughter, Harriet Rae, on July 29 at Doc-
Coral Gables. Mrs. Freeman is the former Dor-
daughter of Mrs. Harry Edelson, 3054 North Bay j
| Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
man of Miami.
Hosalvn Solosko
y
Is Bride-Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Solosko, 1345
13th Terrace, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Rosalyn, to alien
Rosalyn Solosko
Kornblum, son of the Isidore
Kornblums, 61 Totolochee Drive,
Hialeah.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
attended the University of Mi-
ami.
Her fiance attended the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School and
is a member of Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity.
Marilyn Browner
Betrothal Announced
Announcement is made of the
I engagement of Miss Marilyn
Browner to Marine Cpl. William
Feinstein by the bride-elect's
I mother, Mrs. Roslyne Browner,
I 970 S. W. 2nd Street. Parents of
! the prospective bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Feinstein,
; 7712 Tatum Waterway Drive,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. Cpl.
Feinstein was graduated from
Long Island Beach High School,
Long Island. Currently stationed
in Jacksonville he is aWorld II
/eteran back in the service.
Rabbi Abramowitz To
Preach At North Shore
Rabbi Martin Abramowitz will
occupy the pulpit for the North
Shoie Jewish Center services this
weekend at the air-conditioned
home of I. Richman, 411 82nd
Terrace, Miami Beach. Services
will be held Friday at 8:15 p.m.
and Saturday at 9:15 a.m.
Cantor Ben Grossberg will
chant the prayers.
Former spiritual leader of the
second largest Jewish congrega-
tion in Canada, Rabbi Abramo-
witz has just returned from Italy,
where he served as administrator
for the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee in its relief work.
,
IN MEMORY OF
My Beloved Wife
AUGUSTA C.
i ii isi im \\
And Darling Mother oi
HARVEY and
PEARL RUTH ALBERT
August 2nd, 1949
Gone but never to be
jorgotten
M. L. FLEISCHMAN
Pictured with their chidi'an and grandchildren are Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Zeientz of Miami ^standing right). In the photograph
re I kneeling. 1. to r.J the Zeientz' son-in-law. Saul R. Srole; his
son. Billy; and Myron S. Zeientz; standing) Mrs. Saul R. Srole.
the former Myrtle Suisnts, holding her son. Mason Lewis; My-
ron's wife. Harriet: and the happy grandparents. Two grand-
daughters, Susan and Judy Zeientz were in Miami Beach when
the photograph was taken. The scene of the reunion was th*
Srole home in Silver Spring. Md.. during Mr. and Mrs. Zeientz-
vacation.
Athletic Club To Hold Rally
The newly organized South will serve as emcee, and ar.
Beach Athletic and Social Club, authority on juvenile delinquency
composed of sports-minded resi- will address the group,
dents of Miami Beach over 18 The club has a softball team
years of age, will hold a rally on which plays every Sunday at
Tuesday, August 7. at 8:30 p.m 9:30 a.m. at Flamingo Park, Dia-
at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Wash- rr.ond No. Two. Undefeated up
ingt.on Avenue. to the present time, the team Is
Five hundred invitations have seeking bookings. Anyone in-
been issued to the gathering, tcrestcd in-playing is asked to
which will feature entertainment contact Louis Weisman, 200
and refreshments. Nat Malmuth, Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 58-
prominent Beach business man. 2865.
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itorct frozen foodt. And
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testing writer,
Th..- in recent
Lat "Reform"
fwith what he
(jodoxy is. In
more or less
hation, or pro-
ffer.
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H>uld Jews to-
Jpiciion to offer
sluBsi- i I i d< light
' of K cooked flesh?
in the Book,
pulsiw lo the
^f or not. Tiie
of polygamy
to men like
[primitive, Or-
odd corners
'in Israel with
n > There is a sect
iKai...illy fights
Tpf the Jewish
^ition that the
psi.ih is being
J*s will. They
dox.
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of btlief in
is basic law
l)i> diversity
that it means.
lie Talmudical
Ithe last word
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king in terms
[ritual, vet in
Can be a good
Jew with con-
lion of ritual
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despise your
burnt offer-
Violinist To Play
Mendelssohn Opus
Violinist Bela Urban will play
Mendelssohn's Concerto in E Min-
or, Opus 64, at the fourth in the
series of Miami Beach pop con-
certs on Sunday, August 5, at
8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium. Modeste
Alloo will conduct the University
of Miami Symphory Orchestra.
Born in Budapest. Urban was
brought to the United States
when still a child. He studied
with the famous masters of both
Europe and America, including
Harold Bauer, Raphael Bronstein
and Eugene Ysaye, was decorated
by the French government for
his services in the cause of
French music, concertized in Eur-
ope and America. His recitals at
Town and Carnegie Halls in New
York evoked the enthusiastic
praise of Manhattan music critics.
Urban was recently appointed
head of the chamber music de-
partment of the Hartt Musical
Foundation.
The program will also include
selections by Gounod, Johann
Strauss, Khatchetourian, Glinka
and Victor Herbert.
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halt
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Bment of one
two thousand
believe goes,
he Lord thy
^ight. and thy
The rest is
ai>m has in
world belief
he hi art of
ftulj not let
Jle the faith
irorld for our
MORTON
Loon Lake Hotel
To Hold Regatta
The annual Loon Lake regatta
will be held the week-er.d of
August 24 on the private lake of
Andron's Loon Lake Hotel,
Franklin County, New York. Ov-
er 60 racing boats will participate
in this event.
Fifteen trophies will be award-
ed to the winners, and the con-
testants will include entrants
from northern New York, Ver-
mont, and other states. A spec-
ial program of entertainment has
been arranged in connection with
the event.
Broadloom Carpets
in a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
10C South Miami Ave.
Our 27th Year Under Same
Ownership-Management
In Miami
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Phone 87-8201
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FRIDAY.
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AMBULANCE
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Elaine Imbrey, 18,
Drowns At (amp
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at Blue Mountaii East
Stroudsburg, Pa., was drowned
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Friday
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Hawaiian Dance
Miami Bt-arh Masada. Young
Zionist P|rct, will present A
Pineapple Sunday
in the garden patio of the
|e Hotel n Sunday. August
. ... p m
Hoffman and his
, will be featured and a
iian atmosphere will pre-
. Rappaport, Dave Goldfine
,. d |..,;, Roman are in charge of
nts. Irene Kestenbaum
s pubhcitv chairman, and Mrs.
Pauline Fried will direct the hula
dancers.
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Under Rabbini^j
We Sell R,Ui|
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1832 S.W.
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Mi-- Imbrey was a native mi-
,mi in. In ad liti to her par-
ents, she is survived by two
: rothers, Kermit, i pi
at the University ol Fl >rida, and
Richard, 4.
Services were held Monday in
A rn-Plumn er Chapel with
aurial in Graceland Cemi t r>.
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CALLINC CARDS
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21. FLA.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Puiverixed
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Houriy or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Home Owners League To
Hear Juvenile Officer
W. Ira Hazlett, probation of-
ficer of the juvenile court, will
be guest spe iker I '- -'
meeting of the Southv,
ter of the Home Owners Li igue
on Mor.dav. August 6 al
it the Isra lit C< nti r, 31
W. 24th Terrace. Hi ect will
be h iw Can W Assist in t
Fighl A linst Ji venili 11
que: cy
Pr igram han man, Hy M
v.;.: preside al thi
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Wilensky Dies At 67
Hairy Will nsky, 67, 1452
Meridian Avenue, Miami Bi
real estate broker, died S
morning.
Born in Savannah, hi
to Charleston at the age
and was married there He
an active part in politic-
mfluentidl in the city ad nisi
tion while John P. Gi
mayor.
A niar. of deeply religi
ing. Mr. Wilen
the Sabbath. I was in
business most
Surviving an Mary;
two sons, J< iseph M Beat i.
and Meir ot Baltin
daughters. Mrs S
Pennsylvai Mrs I)": tl
Dul bin i : Ne Y
Wolf Wile: skj
sisti r.
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for High Holy rj,J
REV. S. HELD
1243 SOUTH SPAULDINGl
CHICAGO. ILL
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
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No. 142721
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ST 3. 1951
+ Jewish narkJHan
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of
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}0 DEMOCRACIES
ihoto For English-Jewish Press
AJP From Tel Aviv To M. Y.
ph in this week's edition of a highlight from the
lections marks an historic event: it is the first
photo ever flashed from Israel direct to the United
tion by the English-Jewish press in this country.
-,ews photo, sent by Radio Israeli in bustling Tel
i City and rushed to The Jewish Floridian by the
Press inaugurates a vital new feature. Regularly
icture aspect of
horizontally at the rate of 128
lines per inch. A beam of light
shining upon a small part as the
drum rotates and advances, picks
up tiny light or dark reflections
of the picture and converts these
into electrical impulses. These
impulses are amplified and ap-
plied to a high powered radio
transmitter and sent to the Unit-
ed States.
At the receiving end in New
York City the electrical impulses
are reconverted into a beam of
light which shines on a photo-
graphic film attached to a cyl-
Friday of the 'lnder identical in size and speed
to the one in Radio Israel. The
beam faithfully reproduces in
New York the exact light and
dark reflections coming from Tel
Aviv. When the operation is
over, the operator in New York
at Mackay Radio develops the
film in the usual manner and
makes a print which is a true
facsimile of the photograph.
This marvel of modern tech-
nology now for the first time
is at the service of the Jewish
Floridian, a member news-
paper of the American Jewish
Press.
will be trans-
ited States for
AJP, the press
neriean Asaocia-
k-Jewish News-
it addition by
ewish Press of
it possible
Naders of AJP
ere a pictorial
a speed nev-
in the, Eng
Important
opening as late
in Israel can
"local English-
I'.trrmi; devel-
Fascinating stor-
of Israel in
Irn communica-
ioth inside the
with the rest
the advances
communications.
had to rebuild
|terior telephone
cilities to keep
kwth of the new
also faced the
khshing for the
communications
|world.
rihar, Director
[Telegraphs and
Israel Ministry
~.s, Israel is
jne of the most
cations centers
lie Near East.
tt internation- '
hotly, was not [
DUt to the New. |
developments
of radio-tele-
^elephone con-
\mencan relay
krnational zone
ich was on an
was replaced
the inaugura-
Bervice to the
the Mackay
n in Tangier.
radio-telephone
direct to the
ne and Tele-
JYork City. The
uit to Mackay
with the latest
pment which
en messages.
Israel's rep-
coramunici-
Israel. which
legraph cir-
Statss via
Tangier and
and to
ague. Berne.
Other cir-
r the future.
ks are oper-
and via New
and South
Far East and
and Berne.
I of the Israeli
[week's edition
Israel, direct
by a process
n. long dis-
nding, some-
imile, slower
I fast enough,
u see in this
ed 12 minutes
it was done:
snapped in the
e< i.il arrange-
was rushed to
m. There it
linder. which
of 60 times a
viny forward
Smart Rites Held
Funeral services for Harry
'. Smart, 8 2, of
* 2676 N. W. 62nd
Street, were held
| at noon Tuesday
in Gordon Chap-
el with burial in
Miami Memorial
Park.
A resident of
this area for the
Dast 2 5 years.
Mr. Smart had
been a caretaker
at the Miami
Jewish Com-
munity Center (formerly Miami
YMHA) for 15 years.
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Calendar
57111951
Rosh Chodesh 4b......August 3
Tisha BAb..........August 11
Rosh Chodesh Ellul......Sept. 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undcrahsneri. de.ilririK ttt engage In
bualnana under the flctltloua namr of
PREFERRED. CONSTRUCTION CO.
at lots N. W. 3th Street. Miami.
Horlda. Intend to register xaM name
wtlh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
NORMAN ROSENHAI.V
JOSEPH PAITI.EN
MAMBEK & LIFTER
Attorneys for annllcantH
350 Lincoln Road
M iami Reach
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142850
SANDRA ZB1KIEWICZ. Plaintiff,
V8.
HENRY ZK1KIEWICZ. Defendant.
TO: HENRY ZIS1KIEWICZ
130-.-.5 223th Street
Ijturelton. I-ona; Island
New York
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.__ Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FREIDMAN.
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PAGE 15 A
NOTICE
FICTITIOUS
LAW
tKKY GIVEN that
siring to engage in
fictitious name of
DOTS at 152 N. E.
lorlila. Intend to
ith the Clerk of
t I >ade < .ounty,
HBYBR MORRI8
EDNA M UK IMS
CAN
LEGAL NOTICE
flC I I
JUDGE'S COURT
ITV. FLORIDA
25075
.MAN
d
ENTION TO MAKE
N FOR FINAL
HARGE
v given that I have [
irt ami petition for |
g Administrator of
ry B. Adelman, de-
on the 29 il apply to the iion-
ton. County Judge
Rorlda, Far approval
mrt and for final
ilnlstrator of the Es-
A"elman. deceased.
I July. li>M.
MAN AHELMAN"
ARONOVITZ
linlstruUir.
PUBLICATION
IT COURT OF THE
CIRCUIT. IN AND
JNTY. FLORIDA.
HO. 142323
' Plaintiff
JER, Defendant.
FWEDLER. rare of
4,-340th Street.
[Island. Borough of
Irk. are required to
lyoiir Answer to the
for divorce on nlain-
[AROLD shapibo,
mi.,mi Beach. Flor-
arigtnal in the office
Is *' iiirt on or before
[otherwise .i Decree
be entered against
Ji'.-.'.i
Itherman. Clerk.
kali
i. .i!:.. Deputj Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
I NIVERSITY BEAUTY BALON it
924 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables, Ha., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cin ull
Court ,,f Dade County, Florida
ORACE LANGFl MID
MARY, blakey
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,f
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON at i;77
Washington Avenue, Miami Beai h,
Florida. Intends to register said mime
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Made County Florida.
JOSEPH PATTI
PRANK MONTERA
MYERS. HEIMAN fc KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants
1/8-10-17-24
4TH
W.
JBLICATION
COURT OF THE
ICIAL CIRCUIT IN
COUNTY. FLOR-
[CHANCERY.
142729
i '..' danl
WOOD
.;
jiu for
fore L
erwtoe.
New York.
REBY NOTIFIED
has i een tiled
above entitled
hereby required t"
Sour Answer to the
on the Plaintiff's
the original In the
i of Hie Civ, nit Court
_JJ7th day of August.
U>e. ree Pro Confess,,
^g.,.:-- you.
^Wl !.e published once
^Bir onsecutlve weeks
l l'l.' .R1HIAN.
K Florida, this day
1961.
. LEATHERMAN.
rk i i'ourt
KV W S TOCKIMG.
^ft>u'.\ Clerk.
l'. A HMO
MULLOY
w
3
IILDGE'S COURT
HTV. FLORIDA
22'93
ti >N
, ,1
NTION TO MAKE
IN FOR FINAL
4ARGE
l>\ given that I have
o. in i petition for
s vi- Inlstratrlx of
|ian Latbson, daceas"
this ttth 'lav of
111 appl) i il,,- ilon-
|nt ,n. i 'ounty Judge
oiid.i. for approval
and for final I is- -
tratrlx of the Bs-
llbaon, deceased.
July. I'M
riLLIE LAIBSON
ID AP.ONoVITZ
nuri'sti atrix
ENTION
NEYS!
Florldlan to-
il notices.
iat your
I and cruaran-
ervice) at
ion* 2-1141
Ir orvica.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No 142778
MORRIS TESSLER. Plaintiff
vs.
MORA TESSLER. Defendant.
TO: IXUtA TESSLER
1614 St Johns Place
Brooklyn. New York.
TOP ARK HEREBY NIYTIFrED
that a Bill for Divorce has been filed
against you hi the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
BUI of Complaint on Plaintiff's at-
torneys, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on_ or before the 29th day of August.
l'J',1. otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
fess,) will be entered against you.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRlMIAN.
Mated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
da) of Jui>. 1951.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bj I. 8 De P1ETRO.
Deputy Cl^rk
PALLOT. SILVER. ARDu
a MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
sot Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
% 3-10-17-24 ..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14278-'
JOSEPH P. DRUQOK. Plaintiff.
vs
FANNIE c DRFGON, Defendant,
TO: FANNIE C. DRUOON,
, o: Kneiss,
1241 Webster Avenue. -m
Bronx, New York. '
You are required to serve copy <>f
your answer to the Bill Ol Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the JOth das of August.
A.M.. 1961; otherwise, the Bin of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
,,.ii
Mated at Miami. Florida, this the
30th day of Julv. 1951
E H LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Eh 1. a Me PIETKO.
Met,lit V Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold lildg..
Miami. Florida.
8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142781
ANDREW J FANIZZI. Plaintiff
ai.vina T. FANIZZI, Defendant.
You. AI.VINA T FANIZZI. 3920
Crescent street, Queans. Long island
City, New York, are required to serve
., copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's
attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original in the office of
tin- cicrk of this Court on or before
August 29, 1951, otherwise n Decree
Pro Confeaao will be entered against
Dated July JO, 1951
E B. LEATHBRMAN,
: ik
B] l: ll RICE. JR..
Meoiitv Clerk.
(Circuit Conn Seal)
v 1-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WHITEYS AUTOS at 7:1", N.W. 7th
Avenue. Miami. Dada Cuntv. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BEN NATHAN80N
NORMAN KAMINS
MILTON KIRSHBERG
KAPLAN. P1ETZ & I.ASKY
3.',0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fl.i
Attorneys for Whitey's Autos
7/27 8'3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flotljlojif .name of
co-i>P SERVICE BURBAl
at Miami. Made Cunty. Fla intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ,,f Dade County,
Hot-Ida
S. THOMPSON
7/20-27 173-10
& COMPANY
_____ PERSONAL I
fTTY^S* AND
COMMERCIAL
^^fl COVERAGES I
PHONE 9-3836 I
I* N. I 2 i SY. MIAMI St. ft*, f
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14C62I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAROARET ORYSZCAK. Plaintiff
vs.
DANIEL ORYSZCAK, Mefendant
TO: DANIEL ORYSZCAK
367 Vernon Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
YoF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill for divorce has been filed
against \ ,.u and y,,u are required to
serve B copy of vour answer on the
Plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 23rd
day of August, 1951, In default of
Which the bill of complaint will be
taken as confessed against vou.
Mated this 13rd day of Julv, ISIl.
E It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By L. S. Me PIETRO,
Meputv Clerk
(SEAL)
OEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/27 8/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersbrned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BABAL PALM FOOD SHOP
at .",'i,; N E. 2nd Avenue intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
PAUL F. KNEIER
Sole owner.
7/20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersbrned, desiring to anaage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILDCAT LKJI'OR STORE
at 5707 B.W. Mb St. Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of bade
County, El,,; Ida
FLORENCE Si'HWARTZ
KITTY II. CHAYKIN
Partners
7,20-27 9/3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to erigage
in buaineas tinder the fictitious name
of AUTOMATIC MILK VENDORS at
33.1 28th Street. Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DA VIM ISRAEL
OEOROB CASE
IRVINC WISCH
7/27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 142S61
TO: ALLENE MILLER
1928 E 29th St.
Brooklyn. N.Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer on Mordecai N. Roseh.
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, and file the original in the of-
fice of the clerk on or before August
20th, 1951. In that suit for divorce
that Frederick Miller filed In the
Circuit Court of the 11th Judicial
Circuit: or said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated Julv 19. 1951.
E I! LEATHBRMAN
Cb-rk of the Circuit Court
By R H RICE JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Real)
7 27 8/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI'IT COl'RT OF THE
1IT1I JI'MICIAL CIR'VIT IN AND
For MAME COUNTY. I'LhRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 142559,
GENEVA 8NELL. Plaintiff
vs
FRANK SMELL Defendant.
TO FRANK SNBLL
440 North Fourth Street
c/o Melb.lt Baker
Clinton. Indiana
YOU are hereby required to erve i
copy of your answer to th" Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney, and to file the orig-
inal Answer in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 27 day of August. 1951:
otherwise the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will
be taken as confessed by you.
MATED at Miami. Florida, this 24
day of July. 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Made i'ountv. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NAME and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN It. LYONS
910-12 Olvmnla Building
MIAMI. FliORIDA.
7/27 8/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142377
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HELEN JOYCE KLEIN, Plaintiff
MANN1E R. KLEIN. Mefendant
TO: MANN1E It. KLEIN
C/O Harry R Kosgrt
Lincoln-Liberty Bid*.
Philadelphia, Pciina.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hi i! a suit for divorce has been filed
,,e.aiist you and you are required to
serve n copy of your answer to said
bill upon Plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Made County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 11th day of
August, 14)61. otherwise said bill of
complaint will be taken am confessed
by you.
Mated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of July, 1951. *
E. P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court,
Made County, Florida
(Circuit Court By M C. FEIOE.
Seal) Mepnty Clerk.
Norman R LYON8, Esq.
910-11-12 Olympla Bldg.
Miami, Florid.,
7 13-20-27 1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142390
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DONALD LOCKE. Plaintiff
HELEN LOCKE. Di-fendant.
TO: HELEN LOCKE
, ,, Allerton House
132 K BTth Street
New York City, New York.
TOT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
n Bill for Divorce his been filed
against yotl In the above entitled
caUM and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of vour Answer to the
Bill of Complaint >n the Plaintiffs
ittorneys, and file the original in
the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit i'ourt on or before the loth day
of AiiKii.-t. A. M 1951, otherwise
Decree Pro Confess,, will I.....ntered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each wck lor foul consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH l-"oRIMI.\N
Dated ,i Miami, Florida, this nth
da) if Jiii>. a m 1951
R I! LEATHERMAN,
i iei k ,.f the Circuit Court.
(Seal) B> M '" FEU IE,
Depot* Clerk
PAI.I/YT. SILVER. ABDOi Ml LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
SII4 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OBJACK HOLDINGS at 1214 S W.
13th Court intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
JOSEPH H. SYMAN
Sole ow ner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
7/13-20-27 8/3
NOTICE U4VOCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PAINTERS at 1730 S W.
2nd Court, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk ,,f
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IKE Woi.K
7/13-20-27 H'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctitlour name
of ANGELA'S BEAL'TY SALON al
(875 N. W, 22nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Made Countv, Florida
ANGELA I. novoa
7 13-20-27 s S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COL'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'MICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MAME
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
142407.
ROSE TELESHEFSKY. Plaintiff,
vs.
MORRIS TELESHEFSKY.
Mefendant.
TO: Mr. Morris Tel-shefskv
C/O Joseph Zatz
107 \V. 86th Street
New York City. N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED t>
erve r copy of your answer to the
Bill of Complaint in the above causa
for divorce, on the plaintiffs attor-
neys, and file the original In
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 18th day of
August. 1951, otherwise said BUI of
Complaint win be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated this 13th day of Julv. >'!.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
l: M. C. FBIOE
Deputy C
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
i:,n Seybold Building
Miami 12, Florida
7/20-27 8/3-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SILVER-BUD specialty 'i i. at
1954 S w. 22nd Terrace, Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit i'ourt ,,f Dade
County, Florida
SAMUEL SILVERMAN
SARAH SILVERMAN
MURRAY BUDNER
, w tiers
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI.AN
Attorneys for Applicants
S.",ii Seybold Bldg.
7/13-20-27 S/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. Z228
In Re: ESTATE Oh'
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby-
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either <>f you, may have against the
estate of HERMAN B. OROSSMAN,
deceased late Of Made Countv. Flor-
id.,, t,, the HON. W F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file th" same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Made County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first piiblic.it ion
hereof. Snid claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the clalr.i-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be baited
Date June 28, A M. 1951,
OEORGE GROSSMAN,
As Executor of the Lasl
Will and Testament of
HERMAN B QRl SSM \N
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN eV KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
(50 Seybold Bldg Miami.
7/13-20-27 8 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI TRADING A- EXPORT
Co.. at :;o: N E First Street. Miami.
Florida, intend t., register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
C1R1ACO I'ES'I'ANA
ALBERTO CALVKZ
7/13-20-27 I !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26271
In Re: ESTATE OF
JAMES V. PASyl'AN'ToNIO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demands Against Bald
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 JAMES V. PASQIANTONIO
deceased late of Made Countv. Flor-
ida, to the HON. W F BLANTON.
OOUnty Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Made County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the laim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
,,s aforesaid, or same will be barred
See Section 12" of the I'.i: ; I" obate
Act.
Mate July 5th, A M 1951.
s BEI.OENIO MORAZIO
As Administrator of the Estate of
JAMBS V PA8QUANTONIO
I '
M W it. SILVER
Attorney foi Administrator
922 Seybold Bldg
Miami 32. .Florida.
7/13-20-27 i $
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engace in
business under thei fictitious name ->f
MICHAEL'S
at Miami. Made County. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MICHAEL ROKBNTHAU
MARX FAKER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congr-Ks Bldg.
7,20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th it
the undersigned, desiring to engag-* in
business under th*. fictitious name of
FLORIDA UNDERGARMENT
COMPANY i Not Inc.)
at 2240 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami.
Fla. intetid to register said name
with th,- cb-rk of the Circuit Court of
Marl,- County. Florida.
JACK BITTER
DAVID RUBENSTEIN
JAMIE YAGODNIK
BURNETT R< 'TH
Attorney for Applli ant *
Congress Bldg.
7 20-2" 8/2-10
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE Cl UN TV Jl'D'JE S Col
IN AND FOR DADE COUN*
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. N >.
_'
In Ri ESTATE OF
HENRIETTA L GOLDEN,
known as HENRIETTA LEVY
" U >LI EN. also ki. >tt I
HENRIETTA S GOLDEN,
Dec< ased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing claim, oi Demands Against Sal I
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims atid demands which vou. or
either of vou. may have against the
estate of HENRIETTA L liol.MEN.
a k/a HENRIETTA LEVY OOI.MEN.
a/k/a HENRIETTA S OOLDEN. de.
ceased late of Made County, Florida.
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. oun-
ty Judge of Made County, and file,
the same In his office in the Coun'v
Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof Said claims or demand- t
i ontaln the legal address of tha
claimant and to be sworn to and pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will be
ha' I e,|
Date. July 11. AD. 1951.
HARl >I.M s GOLDEN
As Anclllarv Administrator of the>
Estate of HENRIETTA L. OJ >LD-
EN. a k/a HENRIETTA LEVl
GOLDEN, a k a HENRIETTA S.
i ;i >LDBN. l iei saw d
First publication on July 1".. 19M
Attorneys for Ancillary Adminlstrat it
I'M.LOT. SILVER.
VBDO .v MULL) 'Y
7 Jii-27 8/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 138358-1
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
IRVING B. SCHWARTZ and
BENNETT M. SCHWARTZ, Plaintiffs
FANNIE GOODMAN, et als.
Defendants
Notice is heretic given that the un-
dersigned, as Special Master, under
and by virtue of the Final Deer......'
Foreclosure heretofore etitered in that
certain cause pending In the <"i-.
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in and for Dade Counts i
Chancery, being Chancery case N
138358-1. in which IRVING B.
SCHWARTZ and BENNETT M
SCHWARTZ are plaintiffs, and FAN-
NIE GOODMAN. ,t als. are defend-
ants. I, as Special Master in Cham
appointed by the Court in said decree.
under and by virtue of the terms
thereof will offer for sale and sell at
public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the South front
door of the Court House of 1 '
County, In the t'itv of Miami. Florida,
on the 3rd day of September. A D.
1951, at 12 o'clock noon Eastern
Standard Time, the same being a
legal sales day and the hour a leg i
hour of sale, the following described
property situate in Dade' County.
Florida. t,,-wit :
Lot :.. Block :.. ALTON REACH
REALTY COMPANY'S PLAT of
Lincoln subdivision, accord-
ing to the plat thereof, recorded
In Plat Book 9, nags 9. "f tha
Public Records of Male Countv.
Florida i'.geth.r with the im-
provements thereon and the furn-
iture, fixtures and equipment
tallied therein.
Th,- said property, as aforesaid
gather with all the tenements, bared!
m,nts and appurtenances therei
belonging, or lu anv wise aopert
ina. being sold t., sitisfi said ,1......
Mated tins 17tli da> of July. A l'.
1951,
CHARLES B CLEVELAND,
s.....dal Ma* ter In Cl
GBRSHON S MILLER,
Rolicitot for Plaintiffs
311 Lincoln Road.
Miami Bea.ii. Florida. ,
7/20-27 8/3-10


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