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
24- Number 36
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Asks No Prejudging of Maclver
On Jewish Groups Fighting Bias
anizations engaged in
anti-Semitism in the
Its was issued here
Cane, chairman of the
Community Relations
|ch sponsored the Mac-
K (JTA)An appeal | agencies of the N.C.R.A.C. and
d groups not to pre- of the Large City Budgeting Con- |
port by Prof- Robert ] fcrence, to plan and supervise
on the activities of | the study process. The study
process called for a report by Dr.
Maclver, comments or. his re-
port bv all the agencies- concern-
ed, both N.C.R.A.C. and L.C.B.C..
and findings and recommenda-
tions by the Evaluative Studies
Committee itself, based upon
both the report and the attendant
comments.
lespread comment and
[evoked by Professor
Maclver's report on
"In accordance with that pro-
community relations cess, Professor Maclver's report
a recognition that the is presently receiving the con- ,
problems with which | centrated attention of the agen-
'eals are of vital con-1 cies and of the Evaluative Stud-
ies Committee. The committee
has spent two days in meetings
with Dr. Maclver to clarify var-
ious points in his report and ad-"
ditional meetings have already !
been scheduled for September j
and October. At those meetings, i
the agencies will express their,
opinions on the issues dealt with \
, by Dr. Maclver and the Com- j
rt and. on the basis j mittee will draft its findings and
and incomplete evi- recommendations for considera-
tion and action by the executive
committee and plenum of the
N.C.R.A.C. Thus, the study pro-
cess will not be completed until
the plenary session scheduled
for November 24 through 26.
"Until then, and during the
present period of discussion and
preparation of the final report by
the widely representative Com-
mittee on Evaluative Studies, I
urge all to maintain an attitude
of suspended judgment regarding
the report and to refrain from
entire Jewish com-
Ir. Kane said. "It is
cause the resolution
sues does so directly
total community that
,e tender cy to quote
the Maclver report
ext. to attributs judg-
Maclver which are
lout by the full text
prejudge the conclus-
he sets forth.
endency is grossly un-
!essor Maclver, whose
^nd scholarship in the
nan relations made
nimous choice to head
i those organizations
in the study which
he report the serious
attention which it
hoove all to the Jew-
h;i> which is being
and confused.
2:1 nl Congress
Comes To Close
JERUSALEM (JTA)The 23rd
World Zionist Congress, first to
be held since the establishment of
the State of Israel, concluded its
deliberations here last week and
adjourned after proclaiming a
new statement of "the tasks of
Zionism" and blueprinting the
movement's relationship with the
Jewish state.
The Congress adopted a $207,-
000,000 budget for the coming
year and elected a new Execu-
tive with Dr. Nahum Goldmann
of New York snd Berl Locker
of Jerusalem at joint chairmen of
the entire Executive.
The Congress did not, as had
been expected, proclaim a new
"Jerusalem Program" redefining
the ultimate aims of Zionism and
the Basle Program of 1897 will
remain imprinted on the Shekel.
NEW IMMIGRATION CRISIS
CONFRONTS UJA IN IRAN
u^ -'- me icpun an u
irt submitted by Dr. precipitate action."
but the initial step ^____________________
which was begun on ._.___ u,niTir- Amorrian
lQin when th exec- SOBER WARNING. Amercian
Ittee of the NCit AC Arabs have issued a sober warrj-
' study of thf field ling to the Arab countries to halt
community relations their talk of a "second _round
against Israel. In a seeona
round" the results would be much j
worse for the Arabs than in the
first round, they point out.
eated a special corn-
Evaluation Studies,
representatives of the
national ard local
Two Years To Learn
Falsity Of Hitler j
ITHACA, N.Y. (AJP)A 21-
year-old ex-member of the Hit-
ler youth movement, who said it
took him two years to learn the
falsity of Hitler's doctrines, was
the author this week of a resolu-
tion against anti-Semitism adop-
ted in principle at the World As-
sembly of Youth here.
Erich Posch, a representative
from Austria, proposed the reso-
lution at a workshop session on
racial discrimination.
Posch said he grew up thor-
oughly indoctrinated with the
Hitler philosophy and that he
became embittered after the de-
feat of the Nazis.
He said that his "conversion"
began when at college he met a
teacher who won his respect and
admiration and whom he learned
was a Jew. He decided to come
to the United States and has been
a student at Berea College, Ky .
on a State Department exchange
scholarship.
More than 70.000 Jews in Iran have registered for movement
to Israel lo escape a s-setir.g political climate that has added new
cause for Jewish insecurity and fear. American Jews made it
possible for the United Jewish Appeal to finane* the rescue of the
Jews of Iraq. Through the UJA. funds on a large scale must now
become available to rescue the Jaws of Iranand J*w from
Roumania. Libya ar.d other Eastern European end Moslem danger
zones. Above, a group of Jews wait at the airport in Taheran for
the flight to safetv in Isiael. Funds raised through the United
Jewish Appeal support the life-saving programs of threa member
agenciesthe United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and United Service for New Americans. _________^^^^
Abraham Cahan Dies M 91
NEW YORK (WNS) Abra-
ham Cahan. former editor of The
Forward, Jewish labor leader ar.d
American literary figure, died
here at the age of 91. after a long
illness.
Abraham Cahan died on Sep-
tember 1. at the Beth Israel Hos-
nital. Born near Vilna in czar-
ist Russia, of poor Orthodox par-
ents, Mr. Cahan, because of his
revolutionary affiliations, fled
from Russia to arrive in New
York, penniless, in 1882. He took
his place immediately as a lead-
er in socialistic reform for the
masses of immigrants, and in the
education and enlightenment of
tie Jews.
national ard local im>i -- *------ _____,------------------------------------- ..
t Rally Sunday To Report Process On "Bonds For^ Israel
* ... -. ,cm ..,v,Q hoitr. Harrv Coopersmith. Jewish*
1937, when he l to Harry Coopersmith
|ak Heads
troup
prinzak. Speaker
of
parliament, was elect-
of the Zionist Ac-
-ittee at an organiza-
Jewish s-
A giant "Bonds for Israel" rally service sir.ee iw, \mv*Zi Minority. Mrs. Bee Jaf-
anri entertainment program is ex- ; moved to Israel. He has aUo chai|.man o{ the rally com-
Pccted to aJt^ract more than 1.000 Iserved as consul general of Israel \ niUee, has announced that .other
persons Sunday evening, 8 p.m
The former yacht, Prinz Valde-
mar, located at Biscayne Boule-
vard and N.E. 5th Street, will be
the place of meeting.
Avraham Harman, chief of the
tee at an oiganiza information of the Israel
Of the 76-ltwn body 2SL in the United States,
the week-end. The wiij be the principal speaker.
Dns Committee is the i Harman is recognized as one of
illative bodv of the: the world's authorities on both
"movImSVtween economic and ^JJcgl -d, .on.
the World Zionist in Israel today. An Oxford grad
uate, he has been active in z.ion
in Canada and as deputy director | celebrated entertainers will per-
of the Dress and information sec-; form, as well.
tion of Israel's Ministry for For- j -This rally is of utmost import-
eien Affairs. ance to every Jew in South r lor-
but the very future of Israel will
be authoritatively discussed by
Mr. Harman, informed by years
Gromyko Mum Says
Floridian Writer
the rally, according to Seymour
B. Liebman, chairman.
Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag, noted
Jewish soprano, will sing Yiddish
! 2Sh saiKffiiSSis:
h Israel Northside Center To Dedicate Hew Structure on Sunday
dred and twenty-five families
that will meet at the center for
services, athletics and social func-
tions. Among the various organ-
izations meeting are the Sister-
hood. Men's Club. Young Adult
Group, Teenagers and Grand-
mother's club.
Presidents of the Main Organ-
ization and Sisterhood. Mr.
George Weisbaum and Mrs. Lil-
lian HocMelsen. will welcome the
members ti at the dedi-
cation meeting with a short ad-
dress. Mr. Murray Baum. well-
known master of ceremonies, will
introduce the following speakers:
Rabbi Irving Lehnnan. Miami
Beach Jewish Center; Rabbi Mpr-
PR6 ^',< &&+X- *^l^yiV 1 is'A. Skop. Coral Gables Jewish
^^V:*-:- V -'i ^~-*C *f- Center: Mr. Louis Schwartzman,
-L V- >-V-'t* ^-".-a- <<--- *- .XCcutive director of the Bureau
Exterior View of New Tif.r.th Israel Center
1 of Jewish Education; and Rev.
George Goldberg, the Centers
Uo nrovide for air-con- ncwlv appointed spiritual U aner.
iication of Tifereth Israel Northside Center (Conserva-| wi.l^aho V*^ ble b
ed at 6500 N. Miami Avenue, will be held Sunday. Sep- the generous contributions, of
I at 1.00 p.m. This modern structure which is to occupy
flock will be subdivided into a chapel, kitchen and recre
I after the main building is erected.
Ital expenditure estimated not to exceed $20,000, which
The chairman of the dedication
committee is Mr. Harry Rolinick.
Mr. Herman 'Binder, special
for the Jewish
Her midim .. ...
Campaign. Floridian, reported pungently the
progress of occasion of Andrei Gromyko's
arrival by train at the San Fran-
cisco Japanese Peace Treaty Con-
ference.
Mr. Binder wrote: "Andrti
Gromyko, Russia's Number One
Silent Boy, arrived in San Fran-
j cisco for the Conference with a
I steel Pullman curtain virtually
, pulled in over his head. Micro-
I phones were pushed up to Gro-
nivko's rapidlv reddening face.
I He said nothing until he neare i
', the car. Then he srapped, N)
: comment.' And that was Gro-
myko's greeting at the scene of
forthcoming peace talks."
His latest wire to the Jewish
Floridian gives a vivid picture
ol what ho terms "a most his-
toric event." The San Franc;.- >
Opera House, seating 4000 per-
sons, was filled to capacity when
President Truman, Secretary
51 te Dean Acheson, Governor
Warim of California and Mayor
Robinson of the city arnv
President Truman, at a later re-
ception in the Palm Court R
Room of the Palace Hotel, is re-
ported by Mr. Binder to have
I, -I know that efforts :
successful mission here will
accomplished."
At Mr. Binder's table were
seated Generals C. B. Magruder
and J. H. Burns, both of whor.i
a membership of over one nun- I Florence Hollander. Peace Treat j.


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Beach, on Sunday. September 1
at 8:30 p.m.
Ray Ad kins. Bob O'.iir.. i>.\
ward Cohen and Shei
members of the mv.
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I'll Say...
a, the atinus mirabilis 1925 was drawing to a
nnu of us recently arrived Zionists met to ri;s-
['the Dossibilitiei of I drive for funds. In those
r the Jo'"1 Distribution Committee and the
*i a Pi lestine Appeal campaigned separately.
i will and s'.ror.g rivalry between them.
ded to go out f:r $100,000. And since we
t more or less strangers, we had to bring in the
leaders Isidor Cohen showed a willingness to
Herbert U. F^ibelrr.an was selected to
' V'n't the Temple Israel group. But no soor.er
,Li, Intentions disclosed when the J.D.C. par-
, insisted upon half of the net collections.
frOMPROMlSE
Immediately, the issue was drawn. The Zionists
re willing to part with a fourth of the donations.
argucd that seven years after the armistice, the
tds of the war sufferers had declined considerably;
it it was the golden opportunity to build Palestine.
nollv we compromised on the allocation of a
ird to the J.D.C. and two-thirds to the U.P.A.
nseoucntlv, we increased the goal to $150,000, a
ae sum in those days. But we felt there was big
nev around; the problem was how to get at it.
qtaCLES
The campaign was difficult. Ordinarly lines be-
?een natives and outsiders are tightly drawn. But
friction between the two congregations was so
ter that only non-partisan strangers could act
mediators. It took diplomacy to balance the
ties and honors between the factions. The drive
s important for several reasons. First; the amount
olved was important at a time when the U.P.A.
s happy to collect $1,000,000 a year throughout
se United States. Secondly, it was the medium
t might weld the provincial, carping factions into
urban community.
RSONAL1TIES
Fortunately, the outside leaders were handpicked
tic. Among them were Morris Margulies
N ., York, active in organizational work, and
The First UJ.A. Campaign In Miami
later to become Secretary of the Zionist Organization
of America: Charles Ress of New Haven, subsequent-
ly President of the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foun-
dation Fur.d); Edward Shulman of Chicago, whose
brother was Vice President of the Z.O.A.; Moe
Slonim of St. Louis, a dynamo whose energy sparked
vone into action. And there were others. The
local people were surprised to see whole-hearted
devotion, free of sell interest or personal bickering.
A CHRISTIAN CHAIRMAN
Choice of a chairman was most difficult. A local
person of cither faction would not be acceptable to
the other. At the home of Louis Zcientz, president
of Temple Israel, wc spent an evening canvassing
the field. It was important to gain the confidence
not only of natives but of the many newcomers, who
were prospective donors. So we took a novel course
and decided upon a non-Jewish Honorary Chairman.
The choice fell upon a noted liberal. Frank B. Stone-
man, Judge of the City Court, also an editor of the
Miami Herald, and prominent for unimpeachable
integrity. Harry Simonhoff, who came the same year
from Charleston, S.C., was selected Chairman.
SAMUEL UNTERMEYER
The newspaoers carried a story that Samuel Un-
termeyer moored his yacht in Biscayne Bay. Partner
of Louis Marshall, the non-Zionist chief of the J.D.C.,
Mr. Untermeyer was famous and notorious as the
most competent lawyer in America. Curiously he
was president of the Keren Hayesod, although not
able to pronounce its name in Hebrew, and never
identified with Zionism. He took the office at the
request of Chaim Weizmann, who hoped he might
fill the void left by Justice Brandeis after the split
in American Zionism at the Cleveland Convention.
We located his yacht at the dock of the Flamingo
Hotel. Defying its restrictive anti-Jewish policy,
four of us went to the hotel and waited for his re-
turn from the city. Finally a gentleman wearing
the cap of a yacht commander appeared walking
slowly, accompanied by an elderly woman. "Mr.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Urtermeyer?" "Yes"as he continued walking. "We
want you to deliver a talk at our U.P.A. banquet.
We are trying to raise $150,000." Can't do itwas
the substance of his reply. As chairman, I felt it
mv turn to speak up. "Now Mr. Untermeyer, you
are head of the Palestine Foundation Fund, ar.d we
are your lieutenants. If you won't give us a hand,
you ought to resign." I didn't know that he
had already been deposed and Stephan S. Wise ap-
pointed his successor. Tactful Moe Slonim was
s:andalized at the bawling out of so famous a person
and ambled alter him. "That young man shouldn't
talk to me that way. I just came from the dentist
and am suffering pain." He did look grey green.
Several days later Mr. Untermeyer delivered a
speech at the grand opening of the newly construc-
ted Hotel Biltmore at Coral Gables.
THE RESULTS
The dinner was top heavy with speech making.
On account of the late hour, the appeal had to b3
made before the principal address by Julian A.
Mack, Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals. Al-
together about $75,000 was pledgedall against a
background of daily sinking values in real estate.
Virtually every one was broke but didn't know it.
The wealth of the campaign treasurer, David Afre-
mow was exaggerated as high as $40,000,000. The
following year, he ended his life rather than face
poverty. Every one admitted that in the boom's
heyday, a year earlier, the amount raised would have
been tripled. We succeeded in obtaining $35,000 in
cash. This was in the spring of 1926; hopes for the
resumption of boom prosperity still ran high. After
the great hurricane, all expectations of collecting
the balanced pledged were abandoned. The pledgors
of sizable sums were themselves in need of help.
The 1925-26 campaign was an important land mark.
The sum actually raised was then by no means pal-
try. The example of cooperative team work made
the local bickering look mean and trivial. The com-
munity entered into its new cosmopolitan era.
urge Delegation Attends JWV Meet
State Department Commander
ir B. Freedman of Holly-
j. Florida, will head a very
delegation to the National
impmer.t of the Jewish War
ns of the United States
is tn be held this year in
flanta, Georgia. From Sept. 2
[alibi >lni-in Files
mil For Salary
ay P. Mar.n. Temple
- tritua] leader, filed
(or the unpaid bal-
500 whi :l represents
: salary due him for
Rabbi Mann charged
received only S9.930
. ssumption of his post
"he Timple on August 20,
11, and that $5,570 is still due
According to .reliable sources
mgregation is now com-
i inactive and plans no
es for Holy Days.
through Sept. 6, posts from this
area sending delegates are:
Norman Bruce. Brown Post 174,
Miami; Miami Beach Post 330;
West Miami Post 223; Coral Ga-
bles Post 243; Broward County
Post 613.
The delegations from Dade and
Broward counties will be aug-
mented by Posts from Jackson-
ville, Tampa and St. Petersburg.
The entire delegation from
Florida will take part in the an-
nual parade of all the posts from
the United States. Featured will
ce the Florida delegation which
will give away coconuts in the
lire of march. Plans will be pre-
sented to the National Encamp-
ment for holding their next Na-
tional Encampment in this area.
xmra Chapter Board
Meet On Tuesday
ilrs. Israel Slotsky o: 2185
17th Street, will be hostess
' Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
^men at their monthly board
ting, ruesday, September 11,
Englander Talks
Over WINZ
Radio Station WINZ has an-
nounced the highlights of its Yid-
dish Classical Hour. Miami attor-
ney, Mai Englander, will take
the Fridav 12:000 to 1:00 p.m. spot
with his "What's Doing In The
World?"
On Sunday, September 9th, a
special feature on "Vistas of Is-
rael" will be presented. A piano
concert featuring David Bar Ulan
will conclude this program.____
Rabbi Murray Grauer. President Sidrtay H. Palmer and Mr. Joe Zalis of Congregation Beth El
saying farewell ti three of their students who left to continue their stud.es at Yesh.va University:
Edward Zalis. George SiegeL 2nd. Marvin Zalis^_____________
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Yom Kippur Dance
For Beth David Women
Mrs. Samuel Plotkin, chairlady
of the Beth David Sisterhood, an-
nounces that plans are under way
for her grouD to hold a Yom
Kipper night'dance which will
take place October 10th. Steve
Kessler and his orchestra will
provide the music, and a commit-
tee is now making arrangements
for additional entertainment.
Hebrew
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for all occasions
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having difficulty in select-
ing just the right kind of
card for just the right oc-
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Solve your problem by
buying your Holiday cards
at RAE'S Stationers in the
'Gables.' .
Here you will find one of
the finest assortments of
Hebrew Holiday cards in
Southern Florida-by such
noted manufacturers as
Hallmark, Norcross
and Gibson ...
to. will PERSONALIZE vry
cord with YOU* OWN NAME inw
printed on och on*.
Get your cards NOW for the
High Holidays at .
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STATIONERS
253 Miroclo Milo, Cofol Goblti
Book Review Project
Opens Seventh Season
Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman and
organ iztr of the Cultural Book
Review Project, formerly known
as the Friday Review, announces
that the project will open its 7th
season with a luncheon in the
near future. Sponsored by Ha-
dassah, its name has been chang-
ed to the Tuesday Review and
will meet on the first and third
Tuesday of each month.
Mrs. I. M. Weinsttin, well
known for the excellence of her
coverage, will serve in the ca-
pacity of reviewer at the meet-
ings which will be held at Temple
Beth Sholem.
Jewish Track Star
Sets Discus Record,
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)Vic
Frank. Jewish Star of the Phila-
delphia Track and Field Club, set
a new Japanese mark for the dis-
cus toss as a member of a team
)f American athletes touring Ja-
pan, on a good-will mission, it
was reported here this week.
Goldstein Bar Mitzva
David Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Goldstein,
was Bar Mitzva recently at the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center.______________
NO CONSTIPATION NOW.
AFTER YEARS OF MISERY
"For years I had been taking many
kinds of laxatives. Then I tried
all-bran. It not only keeps me
regular ... I really
enjoy eating it every
day!" Rudy R.
Adler,141020thSt.,
Miami Beach, Fla.
One of many unso-
licited letters front
ALL-BRAN users.
You, too, may ex-
pect to overcome
constipation due to lack of dietary
bulk if you follow this advice: Eat
an ounce (about \*i cup) of crispy
' Kellogg's all-bran daily, drink
'. plenty of water! If not completely
satisfied after 10 days, return empty
carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek,
! Mich. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACKl
The President and Board of Directors
of the
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
announce that
SERVICES FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
will be held in the beautiful, new dining room at
Douglas Gardens. 150 N. E. 53rd Street

MEMORIAL SERVICES
will be held on
YOM KIPPUR and on the last day ol SUCCOS

Residents of the Northwest and Northeast Sections desiring to
attend the services ere urged to call the Home
at 89-8627 for tickets


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-JewistnorHtor
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
EDITORIAL
ll.-.iih Of A i.i;iit
With the death of Abraham Cahan there
passed from the Jewish scene one o: the pioneers
of the Yiddish press, a leading figure in the
Jewish labor movement, an American literary
personality of enviable reputation and a human
dynamo whose body was as powerful as his
brc:r.
Zzr.z- CCB*M lo aw she-res :.-. 1882. on the eve
oi the great wave of Jewish immigration that was
pzvcipttatad by poc/wai end ptlsecuhon in
?._ss.~ and by the :e:er.c:::.r.= situation in meny
:: the Dthei European cour.tr.es. He was thus a
jcotype in z composite sense, of the great
wave ::' Jewish humanity Iran Eastern Europe
thai WOB destined t; larreiy form the bulk and
rharacter of the Arr.er.rar. Jewish community.
And us: rs be woe a vmboJ of the Jewish immi-
grant who Hied in America, so also he left the
imprint z: bit penoaatsty upon the new settlers.
He was tore.: =t Yiddish journalist. But as
^u.t;.- :t the Forward he went beyond the routine
date*, z: an ez/z: To him Yiddish journalism
was u vehicle for educating the masses, for pre-
paring mem ::.- a wider participation in the
American patters ar.d for adjusting them to the
social and ec ;-:..: mores of their new sur-
rOUr.du-.as
Cahar. *: erect journalist who revolution-
_rec me Yiddish press Quick to realise that the
Yiddish bad t: amatols the American newspaper
method _' it was :z aver er.aulfment Cahar. pro-
ceeded to introduce the methods c: American
Dumabsm with me result that the Yiddish press
rrame the most cu-standmg among the foreign-
language eewepapers. Yet his first love was
Literaly writing *:..::. he abandoned to an extent
for his laraer purpose Had he chosen, he could
probably have become one of America's greatest
hterary figures as evidenced by his brilliant
novel "The Rise of David Levinsky". Instead
he chose the fabric of Jewish life, in all its facets.
Tragedy Strikes
Cantor Families
th took i
'.:
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21st Street ''.
st Sat
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took
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\v
Sheil
ml T- :'..
speeding
the
---. n a urvi
Da rtona Beach at
Driggen i PI rida high-

rrad
imder JIO.CKK/
being cfcerged bv a cor-
- negli-
gence High w a y Patrolman
if'T'^' M "Heedgill reported
the Cantor car wai hit in
the -outr.bound iane. that Dng-
cab climbed ut> over its
hood to the windshield and drove
.-. tome 45 feet
Rites for the dead were held
Monday at Mount Sinai Cem-
with Rabb: Murray Grauer
ting Gordon Funeral
Home was in charge of arrange-
Let Him -o
The disclosure that A. Artukovich had
arrested by U.S. authorities in Los Anaeles
extradition proceedings brought by the Yu ^
Government should be good news not 5c
Jews, but to all elements' in the country a
sense of justice.
with o
Artukovich's record is an open book. |
ister of Justice and Minister of Interior in the C I
puppet state he did everything within his mJ
net only to destroy his poUtical opponents^!
liquidate as he frequently boasted jl|
Jewish problem through the extermination of oil
Jews under his control. He not only threatJjl
to eradicate the Jewish population he i
:ctuj]jjl
ISRAEL BONDS WILL DO THE JOB
his chief preoccupation, with Yiddish journalism
his fiercest passion.
Cahan had an alert and open mind, one that
was susceptible to changing situations and cli-
went through with his devilish plan.
It has been months now since both denote!
tion and extradition proceedings have been co*,
menced. But even while under direct fire Artukl
vich had the impudence of applying to our authgj
ities for permission to remain as a Dispiaceil
Person. Taking advantage of the current cud
Communist hysteria, he tried to prevail upon |
authorities to give him the shelter of our
as a refugee from Communism. However,
device was quite transparent. He was usinqi
anti-Communist cloak aa a means of saving |
skin.
We hope that this criminal will be pic
before the bars of justice, where he belongs, a]
that he will ultimately be made to pay the i
for his crimes against Jews and humanity.
mates. He mirrored the panorama of Jewish]
in its most critical as well as its most upli
moments.
Though he passed away at the ripe agei
ninety-one. his death is a distinct loss to
country in general and the Jewish community i
particular.________________________________
Beth Sholom Opens
Classes On Sunday
Formal opening ol Beth Shol-
om Religious School will take
n Sunday, September 9.
with regular nd an open-
pening as-
ly will be utilized to lr.tro-
ulty and students
' n< w educational
Beth Sholom. Mr.
H St: rding
jr. announci Mrs Leon
' Ell Scl 1 Board Cl lirman.
the i ter will

Wl ..- Scl : : mally op-
ular classes
rtment
.:.n on Septem-
' :.
4 and v. ill go on all
-
I 4 t IS an eligible for study

' Bas
rtans-
tation of cl
street ''. '


5 I
S .
An in-
fter- vitii -
-.eluded in the
S hooL
Beth David PTA Meets
T. A. B the Beth
I Synagogue
i j
at the horn. | Mi

on
All
are asked to
Education Bureau
Starts Registration
Regtstratl i | : e Hebrew
High School sponsored bv the
j of Jewish Education will
: I" ':'- Tuesday. Septem-
ber :'i. and Wednesday. Septem-
12, at 4 p t. a-.-cording to an
' announcement by Max Meisel.
tent,
j In-town registration will take
on Tuesday. September 11.
at the Miami Jew.- -unity
Center (Town "V.. 450 S W 16th
Avenue, for qualified students in
all grades including first vear
y. -inior college On-the-Beach
registration will take place at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
1701 Washington Ave. on Wed-
nesday. September 12 for first
year High School students.
- are urg-
ed to be present at either of
that reg-
I and
classes begun on Mondav. Sep-
It the
Herbert
Bur-
INtsmiis Sought
The Miami Section ot the Na-
. Council of Jewish Women
is attempting to locate the fol-
lowing persons:
;.i i Solomon, born in Comuna.
Judetul. Rumania, the son of
Mane., and Maria Leibovici. He
came to the United States around
1900 and has a wife and four
children, two sons and two
daughters. His sister, Iancu Man-
ea Leibovici of Bucharest, Ru-
mania, is seeking him.
Tom Weissbraun, born in Das-
zawa, Poland, the daughter of
Jacob and Chanci nee Welber.
She came to the United States
in 1918 and her last known ad-
dress was in Florida. A cousin.
Gildener Norbert Welber. Pitts-
burgh. Pa., is the inquirer.
Informatioi concerning the
nt whereabouts of the fol-
lowing individuals i s being
sought by the National Desertion
Bureau. 105 Nassau Street. New
'. .. N Y.:
Abi
...... it< -.. ith :..- wife
47 A paint
Reider
. .
own hair, ex-
tremely wavy and is rounded-
shouldered.
I:win Kohn. who has not con-
tacted his wife or two minor
children since April. 1948. Born
New York City May 14. 1916
he is five feet, six inches tall.
weighs 190 pounds, has brown
hair and brown eyes and was in
the belt manufacturing business
Meyer Falk. who has failed to
communicate with his wife. Sad-
ie, and their two minor children
Since October. 1942 Born in New
York in 1919. he is five feet, five
rnches tall, weighs 140 pounds,
has brown hair and brown eyes
wears a mustache and was em-
ployed as e plumber.
King Assassinated
To Prevent Issue
NEW YORK
King Abdullah
CITY (AJP)
Gables Center
PlaHS Forum
The Library' Committee of lb|
Coral Gables Jewish Center heal
several meetings this summer til
of Jordan was discuss plans for a much nwddj
i assassinated to prevent publica-
tion of his memoirs, in which he
accused the ex-Mufti of Jerusa-
lei of intrigues among the Arab
I states that 'dealt the death blow
' to the Palestine cause." a lead-
ing columnist reported last wot k
Robert S. Allen asserted that
the memoirs, which denounced
the rest of the
library at the Centir. The libraf|
will be stocked chiefly by M
nations of new a: d used bootaj
An intensive campaign is afH
tc be called THE MARCH
EOOKS. the first March
place at the Center on Septt
16th. The children will
with their book donations i
Arab rulers, have
been suppressed According to Al- opening assembly of the new
len. Abdullah accused King ligious School year.
Farouk of Egypt, the ex-Mufti. The Chairman of the C<
Azzam Pasha, secretary-general tee- Mr. Nat Rood, -aid
of the Arab League, of cowardice, most gratifying to see the
venality and betrayal. The Arab response to this project.
League organized the invasion of donations of books including
ot the Talmud. Midi ash andjel
ish Literature have already b|
received as well as book OH
to house them. Books donatdl
may be inscribed with the nan
of the donor or ir. memory ll
Palestine in the Israel War of In-
' dependence but later expelled
Abdullah, charging him with
friendliness'' to the Jews of Is-
rael.
The Jordan king wrote that the
ex-Mufti engaged in subversive some loving friend oi relative.
' Egypt :.nd that he A Junior Library Commit*
68 >m various will be trained for the purpe
of cataloguing ami supernal
A Con mist propaganda the lending of book-, for ho
-sorted that of course, there will be no chare.
Abdullah had been murdered be- Books of all sorts (including*
cause he was preparing to come ligious books, text books
forward as mediator in the Brit- books for children) will be
ish-Iranian oil dispute. come.
Donations mav be sent direw
Adults Sponsor Dance
' The Coral Gables Young Adults
Oroup is sponsoring a Starlight
Dance at the Robert Richter Ho-
,tel. 3301 Collins Avenue. Sundav
'evening. September 9th
There will be dancing from 9
| ,I P-m- and entertainment
| featuring Roberta Sherwood
On Wednesday evening, Sep-
tember 12. the group plans a gen-
eral business meeting.
Kmorv <>raduates
Seven MiamiaaN
Seven Greater Miami students
have been graduated from Em-
ory University. Receiving bache-
lor of arts degrees were Larrv
Rubin. 400 Collins ave.: Lester
Mailman. 1540 Euclid ave.. Ed-
ward Gooier. 7100 Bvron ave
and Jack C. Bachrach.
Bachelor of Science in Medi-
' to Pat B tin.
I
212 S w
. 23
master
Robinson Speaks At
Synagogue Opening l^Xk^tA:.
T oa ru._ can Association of
to the Center at 320 Palermo-V-
enue, or a telephone call j
48-8073 will arrange for tr*|
pickup. _
Publish** uvry Friday ; \i
by Tha Jawish Flondun at '"-,. I
ith strt. Miami 18. FlorW; "
tared as saeond-elass mattsr "'_
1S0, at the Post Of fie* of "T
Fla.. under th* Act of Mare*':..id
Th* Jewish Floridian h *f"H
ths Jewish Unity and tin
Weekly. Member of the JewiiJ ',
oraphic Agency. Seven Arts "JJjj I
oeiation. MJjj
r ,. du 7, ** can Association or Enlisn-
Leo Robinson, president of the Newaoapera. Flarida Preaa Asssej"
Central Bank and Trust Co.. The J.wiah rioridan do* *
aPk at, the "l^n'ng of the "*?,M h SSflT? u. w
Ahavas Israel Synagogue newlc,""dta# dv'rt''d
Orthodox hoOM of worship Bt|
Hi B> rDl,1 Avenue. Miami
RahhV'l Robinson '-"nuratulated
Rabb .., H Ever, founder and
er. on his d,
sugogue in the
Beach area
High Hohdav
ntor will
-es.

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Editor and PuDlishof^^^
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephone. 2-114^-2^
NUMBER
VOLUME 24
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER '
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)Ay SEPTEMBER 7, 1951
*Jew 1st fhridiar
PAGES A
ersonally Speaking .
Mt end Mrs. Edward A. Stern arrived at Duncraggan Inn,
L -rieisonville, North Carolina, from their home in Miami j
i'--, Thev will vacation for the next lew weeks.
Ekaca. i ^ ^
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shap;ro, 853 S.W. 11th Street, spent the
Day weekend at the Shore Crest Hotel. Next week, Mrs.
Ih iro jg (lying to New York where she will attend the be-
"'tgI ceremonies of her nephew, Harrison Sonny Taffer, son
and Mr"". Lew Taffer of Brooklyn, New York. She will
jso visit friends in Atlantfc City and Washington.
"^ ^* "^
Mi. and Mrs. Herman Marks and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
Irb-ev and son, Richard, of Miami, arrived at Hendersonville,
I--- Carolina, last weekend, where they will vacation at Dun-
rca'can Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marienthal and daughter,
ioined them later.
* *
Mrs. William Loeb of Meridicn Avenue, Miami Beach, left
/ec'nesdav for New York where she will remain for a month's
le-t with friends.
+ *
Mr. Boris Pritcher, Miami Beach restaurateur, leaves at
le beainning of next week for a vacation In Mexico. He plans
rpturn shortly after Yom Kippui.
* 4 % J| The Beth David Choir which will sing at the Slichos and High Holiday Services picture with
Mrs. Murray Apte, 1539 Meridian Avenue, is again home ; Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamchas. Members are. left to right: Leon Sniff, choir-
ter attending the marriage of her daughter, Terry Helene, master: Evelyn Baum: Nora Dines: Shirley Coblentz: Ida Uram. Doris Rabinowitz: Marianne Grau-
Pvt. 1st Class Ralph Sapperstein in Denver, Colorado. Fol- b#rt. Evelyn Samuels. Irene Hugel. Fay Immerman: Florence SUgel: Sam Schemer.
Iwing the weddinq Mrs. Apte visited her mother and sisters
New York before returning to Miami._________________________
icy,
ited
leallv Hot
Hottest Man in the World
I the distinction given by doc-
o:s at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mi-
lir.i Beach, to Bernard Seiden.
14, whose temperature topped
|C9 degrees for more than 30
ninutes Friday. August 24.
pcth usually results when
tody heat l'jaches 107 or 108
legrees. but Seiden survived
pis experience without appar-
jit ill effect. Cause of tha con-
Ition has not been determined.
was reported to be "feel-
fir.a" Monday.
Flagler-Granada Announces
New School Program For Fall
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
| Community Center will conduct
Sunday School and Hebrew
School registration on Sunday.
, September 9fh and Sunday, Sep-
tember 16th from 10 a.m. to 1
! p.m. Tickets lor the High Holy
Days will also be sold and reser-
vationa taken at the same hours
| as wt 11 as on the evenings of
these registration days.
The enrollment, which is tak-
ling pl3ce at 50 N.W. 1st Street.
j must be limited to 200 students in
the Sunday School and to 35 in
I the Hebrew School, it has been
announced.
Y
and convince yourself wh y Breakstone's is Miami's
largest-selling <^ottage Cheese!

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Gail Imtcrman. on her steed Grey Dawn, pictured with Mrs.
srry W. Morgenthaler is shown presenting her with a trophy
id bluo ribbon for excellence in 'control of mount at walk, hands
id feet" in the special beginner's group. The presentation was
Jiade on August 19th at the Dawson Stables Youth Center Horse
Show in Coral Gab.'.-s. Gail end her brother, Ira. are students at
Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach. _____^=_
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Piesciiption Health Shop
'527 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phone 5-6737
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Lire Accident Sickness
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But. 2-0507; Re. 58-7128
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O-ly the Finest Strictly Kosher Meats & Poultry Will Be Sold"
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"A TRIAL WILL MAKE YOU A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
Proprietor Uncle Lou free Deliiwry
Ask for Breakstone's-the all purpose,
economy Cottage Cheese you can use
as is, in cooking or baking, salads or
snacks, with fruit or vegetables, for
richer, finer tasting meals.
COTTAGE CHEESE
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FAMILY OF riNE DAIRY FOODS
TEMPTING SANDWICHES I A, All Neighborhood Stores and Soprmaf*e**
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Weddings Engagements Fill Miami Social Spotlight.
Iterzoq
v- i.-.s Mr- Jack Burnt N-
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The f-rmer Mia Elaine Bauer
Mr. David Zislun were mar-
rud '.art Sunday in the Ocean
Lounge of the Ro-.ey Plaza Ho-
tel. Immediately after the cere-
mor.v. the couple left for Acapul-
co. Mexico, where they will non-
evmoon.
Te bnde :s the daughter of
Mr and .Mrs. Albert Bauer. Al-
vana Street, North Island. Gold-
Helena Krepack
Krepark
k. ::35 ioth
--. the be-
,er. Helena.
Son of Mr
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IN 1952
FARR
Travel Service
2315 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-5327
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GAMES PARTY
Refreshments
Tues.. Sept. 11. 12:30
SHERRY-FRONTENAC
Sponsored by
Hebrew Academy Women
Benefit of
Scholarship Fund
: ; Virgir i was
Augusta Military j
- In til il
B .-

in Eu
Pioneer Women Convene

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:-: tel s
Greater "
Coun pi Bee Jaf-
fer. the ''
Mal.-r.u1 ~ Ostrov,
Shu -.- Dorothj
an T.. delegates, Jennie
.- ithn and Celia Rubin, left last
week.
return from Chi-
the delegates will give de-
: reports at meetings of the
five local Pioneer Clubs.
II Krepi
Street, has ann r
-
M D- Kohra
Mn Max K hrn, 1040 N w
; _-- Street I I was once
M :----.- Miami B
Higl Sen .--:-. ; Mr
- n n ins, in the
L'nrl I States Nai
Krepack. recently gradu-
-.--:. was
a member -,:' the French. Span-
ish arc Psychology Clubs there.
I been set : r "-
Mr$. David Ziskin
en Beach, and Cleveland. Ohio.
The cridegroorr.'s parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Thomas Ziskir.. Cal-
houn Beach Hotel. Minneapolis.
Going Formal?
Fcrmal W
that fr*s
cleaned, am
styled, pro
fitted.
Complete eu
including shots
In, It
Isadore Lach, 574 N.E.
94th Street Miami Shores, an-
the betrothal of her
7 li | Mai ion James
: Mrs Henry Sum
ft, Atlanta.
I
e-elect is a native of
I .. :.' .' rat y, .,nd mowd
to Miai a yeai ago. Active
in B'nai B'rith. she is President
of District 5 B'nai B'rith Young
"' a ard corresponding sec-
M< tropolitan Council
B'rith Women. She is also
ient of Share t BBYW
Her fiance, veteran of World
IX is a graduate of Emory
and a member of Alpha Epsilon
Upsilon. honorarv scholastic fra-
ternity. He is an active member
ot the Atlanta Jewish War Vet-
erans' Post and of B'nai B'rith
Lodge.
-Miss Ester Silverman
Sill mntin
Mr ar.d Mrs. Paul Silvermad
Fort Lauderdale. have- announc-
ed the betrothal of their daugbJ
ter. Ester Lea. to Edward Fere
son of Mr. and Mrs. J H Fc-a
1924 S.W. 21st Terrace.
Miss Silverman is a gradual
of the Fort Lauderdale HiAl
School and of Florida State {'nj.
I versity where she served as H
junior counselor. Mr Forer J
a graduate of Yale Universiti
and :s now a student at the Uni |
: versity of Miami Law Schodj
where he has assume I the pos> I
1 of assistant executive editor i]
the Law Quarterh Duraj
World War II. he rved i|
the arrr.y in the Eu |
I r
IViuple Israel
>!<*n Hold ForumI
O:. lay. Sept nbei .
.:: Kai : Hs rase]
' T-
hold its :..--t mcetiri
52 seas n. The open
will : at ire a foruri :;?cusska
. r.What C .n Be Dene
About It". .- which Dr. J
Fetzer, Professor of Eeonoaiai
L Diversity of Miami. William C
House n. of the University's Econ-
omics Department and Dr. De*|
aid Michelson, dir- j
Hillel Foundation, will pn
pate. Ralph Renic-k. TV w|
Corr.mertator, Station WTVJ.wil
act as moderator.
Temple Israel members, w.vaI
and friends are invited to |
1 present.
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SILVER & RUG VAULTS
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MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS
Mrs. David Levme
l.viinv
The marriage of Miss Jacquel-
ine Manne and Mr David Levine
was held at the Lincoln Manor.
Miami Beach, on August 26th.
Th-? bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Manne. 224
Ocean Avenue. Lakewood. New
Jersey, wore a cocktail-length
dress of embroidered white eye-
!'-t and organdy over peach taf-
feta. A matching hat and should-
er-length veil of illusion com-
pleted her ensemble. Miss Glor-
ia Manne-. the bride's sister, was
maul of honor.
Mr. Levine. son of Mrs. Jean-
ette Levine and the late Mr. Har-
ry Levine, attended Rutgers Uni-
- : ity and the College of the
City of New York. He is now a
member of the Firm of Dellbill.
Inc., Miami. Mrs. Levine, gradu-
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Personally Speaking
Segals Entertain Zarr-Orbach
At Bris Reeeption Nuptials Told
Mrs Lena Mintzes, president of Pioneer Women Club Num- The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- '< The double-ring ceremony per-
i has returned to the city where she is now recuperating \ \.n Se^\- 52J> SW 2nd Street,j formed by Rabbi Skop at the
tei 2. has relu",tJ" |||L- mntrnrtprf in tho north c;h Mia.ni, Florida, was the scene of | Coral Gables Jewish Center, Sun-
yiowing a very serious illness contracted in the north. She the recent Brig of their son Scott d September 2rd at 4:00
U be inactive in communal and organization work for the Jeftery. The birth took place
j weeks while remaining under doctor's care.
II *
or. August 28, with Rabbi Mach-
tei officiating.
Mrs. Sega! is the former Max-
After spending three months with his children in Boston,; ine Bender, daughter of Mrs.
n ipnh A Koqos, 814 Michigan Avenue, has returned to, Ruth Bender, 1352 S.W. 2nd
li, jostpii t -3 Street, Miami. She was a swtet-
-jami Beach.
united in marriage Miss Harriet
(Mickey) Zarr and Mr. Morton
A. Orbach.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length white satin gown with
chantilly lace appliqued on the
hemline and yoke of illusion.
nosegay
anotis with a
j heart of Tau Epsilon Phi, at the Her tiara was f rosfcs and step;
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straa.en. of the Vanderbil, Hotjl Mr. ^eg'a, was graduated from SSSS. ?&&*? "
ie planning a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. (the University of Florida and of roses and steph
id Mrs Abraham Levin, in Philadelphia. They will remain I was a member of Tau Epsilon center orchid.
' -he north for a month or six weeks. Phi His parents are the Morns Miss Doris Klein, maid of
the norm ic Segals 950 Jefferson Avenue, honor and -Mrs Dons simmons>
M.am, Beach. matron of honor, wore matching
The birth of Scott Jeffery. his blue organdy dresses with wide
parents' first child, is also of bentha collar and carried heart-
great importance to Mr. and Mrs. shaped nosegays of pink roses
Louis Silverman, 635 Collins Av- and white and yellow pompoms.
Rabbi and Mrs. M Kate, 719 Lenox Avenue, have returned onue Miami Beach They are The bride.s mother won.-a
nn a visit to New York where they visited theu children. < Mr. Segal s godparents, ana now
.M. in the north they were present to welcome the^arrival | -^'2^^ Xe S?p-
i c new grandson, born to their son-in-law and daughter. Dr.! tion were;
md Mrs. Robert Sussman. Mrs. Ruth Bender, Mr. and
-*t +t Mrs. Morris Segal, Mr. William
Esther Frank and her sister Lena left Saturday morning g^wM(; d ^ j&
i a three weeks vacation m Mexico. Esther is associated Lovy Mr and Mrs Robert Bend-
ith Fan Tours.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine, 1502 Jefferson Avenue, have
,ne |0 New York where they will vacation for several weeks.
* *
blue dress with an orchid corsage.
The groom's mother was attired
in a wine dress and wore an
orchid corsage. Best man was Al-
lyn Orbach, brother of the groom.
The reception was held in the
patio immediately following the
ceremony. The bride wore as a
* + *
er, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sher- ing a*-av ou"it-..a blatk *
man, Mr. Louis Silverman. Mr. |wnlte check gabardine suit with
arrf Mm H-irrv Riumin Mr'Pete alack accessories and an orchid
Mis. William (Rose) Farr left Saturday for Charleston. S.C.. silveVman Mr and Mrs M corsage. After a honeymoon in
-there she will visit her brother who is stationed at the United Goldenberg. Mrs. Joseph Lamer. ; Ne,X,;ku,th7 ^c,ple ,wlU rCS'dc
l-ates Naval Hospital in that city. From there she will spend Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smiles, Mrs. ,ati"z' bW' 7'n b*rect-
L D tim. ni Mt Frperfnm Nl New York will he the next Gladys Exley. Miss Sepa Steiner, The former Miss Zarr was grad- Mrs. Morton A. Orbach
|cme t.rne at Mt. freedom. N.J. New xoric will Deme next Edward Ashman. Mr. George uated from Miami Senior High
top on her itinerary, at which point she will be joined by Mr. Hirsch Mr Herbert Wallach, Jr., School and attended the Uni- is a graduate of the University of
err end with him will fly to Europe on October 13th where Mr Jack Ackerman, Mrs. Rose .versity of Miami. Mr. Orbach at- 'Miami Law School. He is present-
-ey wll remain til the latter part of November, spending Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gid- tended New York University and ly practicir
me in London. Paris, Switzerland. Italy and possibly Israel. ney. M^Vic^ohn^ Mr, .n*
+ Allina, Mr. Hy Cole.
Mr. and Mr?. H. H. Farr spent last week-end in Havana, re-
Lrr.ing Sunday evening. Mrs. Irene Farr Schlesinger and her
iro daughters, Merle Joan and Jill, following a two months'
acation spent at the Sovereign Hotel, Miami Beach, have re-
rr.ed to their home in Sumter, S.C., where Mr. Schlesinger is
ngaged in the textile business.
* *
Delcno Hotel was the site of celebration of Mr. and
^.rs. Benjcmin H. London's thirty-seventh wedding anniversary
:st evening. Present were their BOD and his wife. Dr. Seymour
jndon and Dr. Rose London. Mi. London's brother and sister-
l-law, Julius and Rose London, from Detroit, traveled south to
|id in the festivities, bringing with them their two sons, Eddie
fcd Bert.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April and their son, Samuel, have
jcved into their new residence at 451 S.W. 30th Road, follow-
ng their return from a northern vacation. Rabbi April is recuper-1
Iting from an operation which he underwent in Baltimore
Ecently.
-* -X
On September 11th, Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president of
Sadassah of Greater Miami, leaves for a short stay in New |
fork before she will attend with fifty other delegates from this
pea the Hadassah national convention held in Atlantic City.
* +
Captain Irvin Schindler, pilot for Peninsular Air Transport.
|cs just returned with his wife, Edythe, from a trip to Israel.
lrs. Schindler is at present connected with the Modern Age
icgram which appears Wednesday evenings, 7:45 pjn., on
"TVJ.
* -*
Dr. and Mrs. Simon .Lipton celebrated their third wedding
hniversary by moving into their new home in Davis Harbor,
'125 N.E. 87th Street.
***
Dr. and Mrs. Lear return home Wednesday after a summer I
b New York City and the atmosphere of Woodstock, New York.
While in Woodstock, both Dr. and Mrs. Lear tried their hand at
ba:nting. Now they are back for the opening of school with
[ew end exciting plans.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil and sons have returned home
fciier spending the summer at Miami Beach. The first two weeks
fci the summer was spent motoring north, visiting family and
V.ends in Baltimore, New York and Washington. The return
"ip was via the Skyline Drive with a stopover at the Osceola
|*n. Hendersonville, N.C.
+ + *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Chavis are flying to New York where they i
fope to have a family reunion. Following this, they expect to
pay in Spring Valley for a month.
* +
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Miller accompanied by their daugh-
Kr, Michael Ann, have just returned by motor from a vacation
fpent in New York. Mrs. Miller and Michael Ann have been
way jor jive wee3 anj were ]atei jomed by the Doctor. The
filers reside at 200 N.W. 41st Avenue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and son Harvey have left for a
pruise to Jamaica. Their next planned stops are Curacao and
-aracas.
* *
Dr. Daniel Hagen has announced the opening of his office
|cr the general practice ol dentistry at 3180 Coral Way.
Miss Rita Stern, former Mi-
ami Beach resident, hat be-
come the bride of Mr. William
Goldsticker. The wedding took
place in New York City'i Hotel
Esplanade. The new Mrs. Gold-
sticker lived at 843 Espanola
Way. graduated from Miami
Beach High School and attend-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
WeddingsEngagements
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ny in th wesl lotwrf
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Moshav Man- united in marriage
Sandra Cohen and
n SI I Kushen last
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guest
bride is the daughter of
1506 Pel
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n a ballerina-.'
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from hei
indie trimmed with
of the valley. Formerly of
York City, the new Mrs.
Kushen att< nded the Bronx High
1 of Science, graduated from
Miami Beach High School and is
n w attending the University oi
Miami.
The bridegroom is the son of
'.: and Mrs. Barney Kushen,
1504 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. Kushen is now
a senior in the University of Mi-
ami Law School where he also
has assumed the position of Com-
ment Editor for the Miami Law
Quarterly.
.Mrs. Stanley Yvli
Yulish
Miss in and Mi
Yulis rried last
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nd er silk illusion veil
::om a chantilly lace tiara.
She carrii | a ade bouquet ot
orchiis and stephanotis.
Miss Gloria Eskin was hei sis-
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Miss Rhoda Halzband of
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The Greater Miami chapter of
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v announces its Card Party
for fund raising. It will be held
e Cadillac Hotel. 38th St net
and Collins Avenue, M
Beach, on Monday. September
10th. at 8 p.m.
Reservati ns may be made by
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chairwoman of this affair.
Mrs. Stolts New T
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Last Sunday's session 0f ;
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S.W. Fourth Street. mJ i
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"t: Mrs. Alan V*
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Mi s Anette MeUch, 727
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tl.!. New York, national
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"JewlstifkrMtui
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1/iiHiist Chapter
liisiall* Officers
i on Thursday evening, Septem-
Lr 6th at the Miami Beach Ath-
ttic Club, the Israel Zionist Dis-
r,t (ZOA) will be hosts to its
[barter members for the purpose
hf installing officers and to of-
i-iallv receive its charter from
the national body, Zionist Organ-
isation of America, according to
red Jonas and Alex Van Straat-
|n. dinner chairmen.
I The charter presentation will
L ivide bv Kabbi Jacob J. Honig,
K^idert of the Hollywood Zion-
District, and Adalbert Freed-
fcan Executive Director of the
lout'heastcrn Region of the ZOA.
Lbbi Honig will also install new-
fc- elected officers, headed by Dr.
L>uis G. Lytton, as President.
I Seymour B. Liebman, Chair-
Ian'of the Board, who recently
jetuiT.cd with his wife from Is-
Ce| will deliver a short address
In the highlights of his trip. Mr.
liebman, a practising attorney in
Jiami Beach and a member of
iie ZOA Israel Bond Executive
foimnittee, as well as Chairman
If the Council of Organizations
I' the Greater Miami Committee
If Bonds for Israel, is well versed
the economy of Israel.
Two hundred and fifty people
expected at the banquet,
ich is a non-profit function,
charge being $5.00 a person.
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NORMAN R. LYONS
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September 4, 1951
Mr. Fred Shochet, Editor
Jewish Floridian
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I am sure that you are, with-
out question, aware of the fact
that I have tendered my resig-
nation as spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Beth-El. The item
which appeared in the Floridian
last week, I realize was as a re-
sult of the fact that my resigna-
tion was as yet unofficial.
I am enclosing herewith a copy
of my statement of resignation to
the Congregation, which also ap-
plies to the Jewish Community
as a whole.
For further information, I am
pleased to tell you that I have
been called to serve as spiritual
leader of the Hebrew Institute
of White Plains in White Plains,
New York.
In addition to the enclosed
statement of resignation, I am
also enclosing a previous account
of my period of service in this
community.
Sincerely,
Rabbi Murray Grauer
August 29, 1951
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, President
Congregation Beth El
Miami, Florida
My dear Sidney and my
beloved friends and
members of the
Board of Directors:
It is with the deepest feeling
of regret that I tender my resig-
nation as spiritual leader of this
Congregation. I believe that all
of you realize that although I
was ordained as a Rabbi prior
to my coming, it was you who
gave me the inspiration and the
experience that is so essential to
the making of a rabbi in Israel.
Everyone took me into their
hearts and I enlarged mine to re-
ceive all.
The years that I have served
here will always be for me a
most beautiful and fond memory.
Although I will no longer be
serving you, Beth El will still
remain in my heart as my Con-
gregation. We all make decis-
ions in life which we feel will be
mutually advantageous to our-
selves and the cause we serve.
1 The manner in which you kept
; me as your Rabbi will be for-
| ever a testimony of the level of
the standard that you have
.achieved as an outstanding Con-
I gregation. I shall always have
only praise in my mind and
heart for this Congregation and
its people.
I hope and pray that you will
feel that I will be a person that
you can always turn to should
any occasion ever come up where
you would find it pleasant to
have me return as a guest. I give
you my profound word that it
will be my pleasure to return to
you on such opportunities, with
little thought to the expenses in-
volved. I know that I have mere-
ly made a beginning of the direct-
ing of the future growth of Beth
El. I fervently pray that God
will give you the guidance to
select that kind of spiritual and
lay leadership in the future that
will continue your splendid rec-
ord of the past.
I ask that you consider my res-
ignation effective as of Septem-
ber, 1951.
With this, I give my sincerest
blessings to all of you.
Faithfully yours,
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Daniel N. Hoffman, assistant
director, Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will address the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce on "Human Rights in the
South", Monday evening, Sep-
tember 10th, at the Delano Hotel.
The film, "Don't Be A Sucker",
starring Paul Lukas, will be
shown.
Northshore Sisterhood
Tells Of Meeting
The Sisterhood of the North
Shore Jewish Center announces
their General Meeting for the
Fall of 1951, which will take place
Thursday evening, September
6th, 8 p.m., at the Sorrento Ho-
tel. An Agenda of planned ac-
tivities for the coming year will
be announced. All members are
urged to be present.
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Spirit-
ual Leader of Congregation Beth-
El, has tendered his resignation
it was announced officially by
Sidney H. Palmer, President of
the Congregation.
Rabbi Grauer served Congre-
gation Beth-El for a period of
five and one-half years. He came
to this community immediately
following his ordination from the
Rabbi Issaace Elchanan Theolog-
ical Seminary of Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Rabbi Grauer entered
the preparatory school of Yeshiva
College, the Talmudical Academy
in 1934. At the same time, he at-
tended the Teachers Institute of
Yeshiva University and received
his degree in Jewish Education
in 1939. He received his Bachel-
or's Degree in 1941 from Yeshiva
College. In 1945, the same year
he was ordained as a rabbi, he
received his A.M. degree from
Columbia University and wrote
his dissertation on "The Social
Role of the Orthodox Priest in
Greece, Roumania, and Bulgar-
ia". He assumed this, his first
pulpit, immediately following his
marriage to the former Francine
Eisinger. They are now the par-
ents of a daughter, Sheri-Lea,
age three, and a son, David Is-
rael, one month.
During his period of service
as Rabbi of Congregation Beth-El,
and under his direction, the con-
gregation expanded its physical
facilities and built the beautiful
Beth-El Center. Rabbi Grauer
takes a great deal of pride in
the fact that under his tutelage,
there are now seven students of
Beth-El who are now attending
the Yeshiva University in New
York.
During his years of service
here, the Rabbi served on the
Budget Committee and Board of
Goverrfors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He was par-
ticularly active on the Bureau of
Education, Miami Zionist Dis-
trict. Greater Miami Mizrachi
Organization, of which he was
Vice President.
Cantor Dinovitz Chosen
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7. 1951
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lorth Shore Center
io Have Edifice
;eady For Holidays
Rabbi Mayer Azramowitz, new
ia] Cantor of the North
' ".','. j,wi.-h Center, will con-
. services this week on Fri-
,\tning at 8:15 p.m. and
v morning at 9:15 a.m.
l-pletion of the new
jilding, services will be held at
[Thome of Mr. I. Richmond, 411
nj Terrace.
The building, according to Mr.
Goldman, contractor, will be
mpleted by September 15. The
siding will be 65 feet by 95
t and the auditorium will seat
ore than 600 people. Hebrew
ftool and Sunday school classes
be held in the new building.
e first vice president, Mr. A.
is Mecnlowitz, has been train-
nightly with the choir which
nsists of members of the con-
jugation and will, be ready to
Hicipate in the High Holiday
rvices. The religious committee
i been interviewing applicants
the position of Cantor and
brew school teacher and is ex-
ited to have an announcement
make in a very short time.
ale of tickets for the High
lidays coincident with the
mbership drive began this
k. Benjamin Starr and Jacob
yblum are co-chairmen of the
,:p campaign. Tickets
l on sale at the synagogue
at 75th and Carlyle Ave.
[fice is open 95, Monday
Friday. A reception in
: of Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer
itz will be held Wednes-
evening, September 12th.
8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., at
nto Hotel, Miami Beach.
Obituaries
cilAlil.Ks KINZBLBBRd
51, of !_'::>; Pennsylvania Avenua
passed away on Aufust Mtfl Mr. Kin-
selbsnt, Im, came her* from New
Vork City, owned and operated Topps
Bl e Store ; t 1249 Washington ,\v-
i le i h Memoi lal I !n ipel, 1850
Alton Road, in u irfi of ar-
enu foi sendlnji the remains
;.. I lushlnc, Nen I er\ Ices
and Intermenl Surviving are hla
u Ire, t'annle, and hla i 'hi
Mlts. MARIE KIPl'A
i 7-i, of 1995 l">.i Drive, passed awa]
w.i k. A n i le lei. Mi Rlppa
the widow of Bmanuel Rlppa,
si:,- erne one of the I mnde of Beth
David Synagogue and first president
I of Chesed She) ECmla. A resident for
the p -i ''' years, Mrs, Rlppa is sur-
vived by three sons, Moae, Korrj and
Henry: a dauahter, Mrs Claire Gor-
don, 7 BTanachlidren and :< nresJ
grandchildren. Services were conduct-
ed at Oordon Funeral Home by Rabbi
Has Shapiro Interment took place
In the family plot In Wuodlawn Park
i 'emeterj.
IT!-
MRS, NINA CHKRNICOFP
57, of II") B.W. 10th Avenue, pusxpil
away last week leaving her husband,
William J; a daughter, Mrs. .Sadie
Lorber, of Miami; three sons and two
brothers. Services wen- hell :it Cor-
don funeral Hume with interment at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
OHAKI.K.S VVOI.FSON
Services for Charles Wolfgon. 72. of
1950 S.W. 16th St., retired painting
contractor who died last Thursday, I
will be In Newark. N.J. "The Miami [
Riverside" is In charge of local ar-
rangements. He came to Miami eight
years ago from Newark. He leaves his
wife, of Miami, and five daughters.
n. Ardmore Studio
Pictured above Is the charter presentation of the newly formed Jewish Music Council of Great-
er Miami. Judge Kenneth Oka. left, receives the oocument from Circuit Judge Grady Crawford,
i SKK Wer Irwin Weinstein. president of the Greater Miami Hadassah; Judge Theodore R. Nelson of Bay Har-
bor Islands, secielary: Mrs. Joseph Duntov, vice-chairman; and Joseph Duntov. Workmen's Circle.
Miami Beach. Not pictured is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. treasurer.
LOUIS AI.l.MAN
69. of 292 N.W. 2:ird Street, passed
away In a beach hospital Sunday. A
painter by trade. Mr. Allmau is sur-
vived by a son. Bernard, two daugh-
ters. Mrs Florence Batuilos and .Mrs.
Ilernice Mogel. Services were con- I
ducted by Rabbi Morris A. Skop in
"The Miami Riverside." Interment
took place In Mt Sinai Cemetery.
SAMUEL BARUSCH
;:'.. of :,ipi Ponce de i....... Blvd., who
came here two years aao from Cleve-
land, passnl aw.i\- Sunilay leaving, his
wife Cells; one son ESdwerd; two
daughters, Evelyn and Elsie. Rabbi
Morris A Skop conducted services at i
"The .Miami Riverside." following
which Interment took place in Mt.
N, in- Cemetery.
|ochberg Unveiling
J dedication of a monument
[' nory of the late Rabbi
11. Hochberg, formerly of
Beach, will take place
iy, September. 12th at 3
It. Sinai Cemetery with
or Abraham Seif officiating.
. Rabbi la survived by his
Clara: three 30ns. William
Canada, Maurice of New York,
0 Morton of California: five
pghters, Mrs. Lee Gordon, Mrs.
ptrude Rieger, of Miami Beach,
s. Edith Berman and Mrs. Max
bar, of Grand Rapids, Michi-
p. and Mrs. Abraham Gross, of
'State of Israel; also 19 grand-
Idren and 4 great grandchild-
Arrangements are in charge
Palmers Miami Monument
\ pany; friends and relatives
isked to attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
JOHN A tPP
17. of 2950 N w. (gth Street, who came
here a year ego from Trenton, n.a
'. gey, anil was recently appointed
sports promotor for the Miami Audi-
torium, passed away this sreek, Ii
ins his wife, Emma; two slstersi Mrs
1 I Ian Zabronsky, Miss Jeannette, I
both of Lena Beach: two brothers,
Robert and Henry. Mr. Ipd was a
member of Co Elks, Hum- I
bei 1*76. "The Mian:] Riverside" w 11
in charge of arrangements for send-
ing the remains to Brooklyn for
sen Ices and *lnterment,
Merlin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ethel
Merlin, formerly of 1775 N.W.
5th Street, will take place Sun-
day, September 9th at 11 a.m. in
Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating. Mrs. Merlin
is survived by four sons, Edward,
Joseph and Dr. Hynian, of Miami,
and Israel, of Atlanta; also three
daughters, Mrs. Ida Saylor, Mrs.
Sarah Davis and Mrs. Beatrice
Weintraub, all of Miami. Ar-
rangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
.[(.SKI'11 SATIN
;s. of MM Collins ave Miami Beach.
I a local resident for the past lft years.
died Sunday in New Yolk. He is sur-
vived by his wife, two daughters and
| three sons. H,- was the father of the
late Seymour Satin. Services and
. burial were in New York Tuesday,
MRS. JKNNIK SKII'I'.N
'Age 6S, of is] s.W. 11th Ter. passed
i away last Thursday. A resident here
I for 23 years, coming from Chicago.
j lor many years she operated the Iun-
I crnggen Inn in Hendersonville N.C .
ami several restaurants in Miami. She
I was the mother of Mrs. Aaron Kau-
ri.i\ she Is also survived by three
grandchildren. Remains were sent to
Chicago for funeral services, by the
Gordon Mineral Home.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverised
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
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.NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
-ii- iIKi-iit COURT '>! THE
F';l.\l mm JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I '.!.:il'A IN am. FOR DADE
,! NTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 14352V
U".\ K LEVEY, Plaintiff
N, LEVEY, Defendant
v'-i.i:\ LEVEY
Sti el Company
ttfflce Bos 1122
Weubenvllle, Ohio
' Alien i.i ii v. are hereby nn-tl-
"t b Hiii of Complaint for
t been filed again-t \ iit,
f required to servi -.
I Answer or Reading to the
I ompialnt on the ptalnl Iffs
Jtanley l>. Caldin, 74- Bey-
dng, .Miami. Klu and file
>nginal Answer or Pleading In the
f i the Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 Tore the gth day of October.
I > "i fail to do so. judgment
l "'I be taken against vou
I di manded In the BUI of
} -hall be published once
i' !' .;'.'?. 0'"' '"'isecutive weeks
lllh JEWIKH fLORIDIAN.
** AND ORDERED at Miami,
" this Jlst day of August, A.D..
E. I!. LEATHERMAN,
' lei-k. Circuit c ii-t. I >a le
. County, rlorlda.
nt Seal)
B> M. c PEIQB,
Deputy Clerk.
1 ^ I' cam. IN
v for Plaintiff
bold liuilding
I -lorlilii
11-28
Si.|.(.M<>N I-. ROBINSON
54. of 2Ti N E, Mst St., passed away
In a Miami hospital, last W.-dn.-.-l.,
A reslil.nt of Miami for the oast 10
years, formerly of Brooklyn! n.y. He
is survived by his wife Charlotte A.
Holiin.'on; I sister: 1 brothers. Ar-
rangements are l.eing made by Phil-
brick's Miami Funeral Home I I sen I
tin remains to Brooklyn, N.Y. for
set vice anil Interim
Wessel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Barney
Wessel, formerly of 1003 3rd
Street. Miami Beach, will take
I place Sunday, September 9th at
1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiating.
i Mr. Wessel is survived by his
wife. Ida; a brother, Louis; and a
sister, May Wessel. of Philadel-
' phia. Arrangements are in charge
I of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company; friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
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OF MIAMI BEACH
4001 Chase Avenue
ANNOUNCES THAT RESERVATIONS ARE NOW
BEING TAKEN FOR
The High Holy Days
Call Mi. Lobel at 5-7873 or the Synagogue at 58-1251
Bank
by
mail
Get 2!4% interest
PER YEAR
compounded semi-annually
at the
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keonard L. Abess. President
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Your account insured up to $10,000.00 by Faderol
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Suez Canal
Bv DAVID NUSSBAUM
(Cow-right. 1951. Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Inc.)
0ne of the most powerful al-
Israel in its long diplo-
1
:
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to break the
I
ireal
struggle
ptians' economic boycott at
j .,., Canal has now become
I public opinion of the West.
m it opinion on a broad scale,
it an be seen from this vantage-
;,.., has been ranged on the
1 f Israel as the diplomatic
; troveray reached its climax
I this month.
is especially true in the
meat maritime countries,
Britain and the United
The Suez controversy has
I up as a major editorial
m leading newspapers in
ountries, and by far the
of opinion favors ar.d
Mionglythe stand and
diplomatic action taken by
This editorial opinion re-
two especially strong emo-
runnir.g in these countries.
tin considerable heat has
ndered by the rough
itmenl the Egyptians have
iving British vessels in the
area. In the United States,
:- grave concern lest, in
injunction with the- West's dit-
to Iran, the Car.al crisis
ight brew a new cauldron of
es for Western security in
istern Mediterranean.
Diplomats here reflect these
lides of feeling running at
home. Outsidte of the Arab bloc
o! states, there is little dispo-
sition to regard the Egyptian
boycott as permissible from
any point of view. Moat dele-
gates want to see the boycott
ended forthwith. It is consider-
ed contravention of the Suei
convention of 1888. and there
is no sympathy anyway for
gratuitously hostile actions in
international affairs such a*
this.
There is. however, a compli-
cating factor in the situation, one
that is really separate from Is-
ael's complaint but whose in-
ection could hardly be avoided.
his is Egypt's long dispute with
ie English over British military
a.-risoning of the Canal Zone.
entiment in the United States
oes not as a rule run favorably
>ward British imperialist activ-
v overseas, but Americans con-
der the two issuesthe British-
gyptian dispute and the anti-
jrael blockade to be distinct
n i not dependent on each other.
What Americans would life?*
to see. it is plain from opinion
that can be gauged, is a set-
tlement of the blockade crisis
without arousing to even great-
er vehemence tm anti-Western
feeling, or xenophobia, as some
insiders of opinion prefer to
call it. that has been on a
steady rise throughout the Arab
world in ree'ent times. This, in
fact, is the major problem that
has faced Washington policy-
makers in dealing with this
particular issue. Cold-war con-
siderations have led informed
Americans to regard Arab
friendship as vital because of
the strategic nature of the area
they inhabit, and this concern
colors the approach of both
Washington and Americans
generally to the handling of the
Suez affair.
B tt while these elements in
ituation have tended to com-
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plicate the picture and slow down
a speedy and incisive solution,
they have not altered the basic
theme, which is that Egypt has !
acted illegally and irresponsibly
and that the action, chiefly be- i
cause of its effect on tanker traf-
fic, constitutes a grave threat to ;
Western security.
In Western public and official ;
opinion, irdeed, the oil problem
has been dominant in the Suez |
case. The big refinery at Haifa,
capable of producing 4,000,000 ;
tons of refined petroleum annual- j
ly, becomes increasingly essential I
to the West daily, and the most '
serious concern is felt in the West
to get Haifa back into full pro-
dliction. Only unplugging the
Canal will achieve that end. If I
nothing else will, the weight of |
public opinion should see that
sooner or later this is accomplish- '
ed.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1951
SEC. B "
r" Heim Leads
Hialeah Servfeee
The Hialeah Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center has
announced that Mr. Leo Heim
will conduct services for the High
Holy Days at Gel van Hall, 951
E. 4th Avi nue. Those desiring
tickets should call Mrs. Irene
Becker at 88-1518.
Hebrew and Sunday School
registration will take place Sep-
tember 9th ar.d 16th from 10
a.m. to 12 noon at the Center.
Dr. Nathan Friedmna, educa-
tional chairman, states that a
new staff of teachers, with the
approval of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will conduct the class-
es for children from 5 to 14 years
of age.
Hebrew classes will begin Sep-
tember 10th under Leo Heim.
Thousands of Jews in Iran, unable to earn a livelihood and fearful of what the unsettled future
of that country may hold for them as ur.rest increases, ere today dependent upon the Joint Distri-
bution Committee for food, clothing and medical care. At a hospital in Isfahan 'left) an orphaned
youngster suffering from trachoma gels a hot. nourishing meal In Teheran (right), theiil little
girls have just received sweaters, mittens and brand-new shoes from Stanley Abramovitch, JDC
Director for Iran. During 1951. JDC has allocated nearly $2,000,000 for its welfare programs in the
Moslem world, with funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal.
Tifereth Israel Center
Places Tickets On Sale
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, 6500 N. Miami Ave., an-
nounces registration for Sunday
and Hebrew schools will begin
next week.
Tickets for the High Holy Days
will be on sale each night from
7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the air-
conditioned synagogue.
Everett Clay Heads
Chest Publicity
Everett Clay, publicity direc-
tor of Hialeah Race course, was
appointed by James I Keller, jr., j
1952 Community Chest campaign j
chairman, to head the committee
which will be responsible for in-
forming the public about the j
Dade County Chest and its Red
Feather program. The once-a-.
year United Appeal begins early j
in November.
Clay, who lives in Coral Ga- |
bles, has a wide background of
publicity and public relations
experience to qualify him for the
post. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida, he served as
sports editor of a Miami paper
from 1937 to 1944.
Klan Revival
Draws Bare
100 Hoods '
NEW YORK CITY (AJP> The
Ku Klux Klan and Gerald L. K.
Smith are busy selling hate but
finding few buyers.
A mass rally or the KKK in
South Carolina attracted 5,000 but
most of them were curiosity seek-
ers, with less than 100 hooded
hoodlums showing up for the big
event.
KKK orators violently attack-
ed Anna Rosenberg, Jews, Zion-
ism and other favorite targets of
the anti-Semitic gentry but the
response was mild at best.
Smith, in the latest issue of his
"Cross and Flag," attacked the
English-Jewish press with a red-
ink headline "Jew periodicals at-
tack MacArthur."
The accompaning story hit the
Los Angeles Jewish Voice and
the B'nai B'rith Messenger, both
of which had sided editorially
with President Truman in the
MacArthur ouster.
Mrs. Rosenberg also is a tar-
get in the June "Cross and Flag,"
which was mailed in August, in-
dicating that Smiths financial
troubles have probably increased.
America's First Zionist Had
Backing Of U.S. 2nd President
By Judah Gilaodi
The second president of the United States. John Adams (1935-
1826), was a Zionist. He also was a philo-Serr.ite, an ardent student
of comparative religion, with special interest in Jewish history and
the gifts Jews have made to the civilization of the world.
To Thomas Jefferson, John Adams once wrote: ". in spit*
of Bolingbroke and Voltaire I will insist that the Hebrews have
done more to civilize men thtn any other nation. If I were an atheist,
and believed in blind eternal fate, I should still believe that fate
had ordained the Jews to be the most essgntial instrument for civiliz-
ing nations."
In his 90th year, John Adams wrote a letter to the first Amer-
ican Zionist, Mordocai Manuel Noah. Ir. his discurse on the need
for the re-establishment of Jewish nationhood, Noah quoted from
this letter which, he said, was written "with all the ferver. sin-
serity and zeal he exhibited in the early scenes of our Revolution:'-'
"I really wish the Jews again in Judea. an independent nation,
for, as I believe, the most enlightened men of it have participated
in the amelioration of the philosophy of the age; once restored to an
independent government, and no longer persecuted, they would soon
wear away some of the asperities and peculiarities of their charac-
ter .*' And to indicate that he desires complete freedom for Jews
in the world, the second president of our land wrote: "I wish your
nation may be admitted to all the privileges of citizens in every
part of the world. This country has done much; I wish it may do
more, and annul every narrow idea in religion, government and
commerce." "______________________________
On the Occcn at 17th at
Cohen Named Prexy
Of Beach Hotel Unit
Harry H. Cohen, operator of
the New Yorker Hotel, was
elected president of the Mi-
ami Beach Hotel Association by
the board of directors of the or-
ganization. He fills the post left
vacant by the recent resignation
of Sam -Rivkind.
Chairman of the associations
insurance committee, he was for-
merly a vice president of the
group. He will remain in office
until election of officers in Octo-
ber- ,
In accepting the resignation ot
Rivkind, who recently sold his
Raleigh Hotel and therefore
became ineligible to hold office,
the directors made him an hon-
orary vice president.
Israeli* Teaeh
.Mules Sports
JERUSALEM (AJP) Twenty
deaf and dumb Israeli men are
learning the thrill of sports com-
petition in a unique program set
up by the Jaffa Maccabi club.
The new members have already
set up a soccer team and despite
the problems of their disabilities,
have played a number of games
and plan to expand their sched-
ule.
The referee uses two flags in
place of his normal whistle to
give decisions.
Sharp Fruit Shortage
Hits Holy City Blame
Poor Crops For Drop
JERUSALEM (AJP) Milk-
short Jerusalem had more food
troubles this week when a sharp
drop in the supply of fresh fruits
and vegetables hit the city's mar-
kets.
Fresh milk for adults has not
been avatlable for several weeks
and only children, the aged and
the sick have been getting milk.
Fast-growing Jerusalem has
never had adequate supplies of
fruits and vegetables but in rec-
ent days even tomatoes and pep-
pers, which had been available
irregularly, disappeared from the
market.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBF* ,
1951
Beach Center
Names Greenberg
To Education Post
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter has announced the appoint-
ment of Sydney J. Greenberg.
prominent Jewish educator to a
dual post: executive director of
the Center and director of educa-
tion.
A native of Philadelphia. Mr
Greenberg has been active in
Jewish education and Jewish
group work. After graduation
from Gratz College, he pursued
his Hebrew stvdies at Dropsie
College. He also holds the Degree
Master of Education, from Tem-
ple University. He began his
teaching career in the Talmud
Rabbi Mesrheloff
Hack From Israel
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. who
returned this week from a tour of
Israel, will be welcomed back to
his pulpit at Congregation Beth
Jacob. Saturday morning. Sep-
tember 8th. A host of members,
friends and special guests will be
on hand to welcome the Rabbi
and hear him address the Con-
giegation and give a report of his
trip to the Holy Land.
A reception with refreshments
will follow. Attorney Mai Eng-
lar.der is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Both Hi I.ill
Tic*kets Available
H. Zaidman, president of Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah. has an-
nounced that sale of tickets for
the High Holy Day services Is
now open. Reservations may be
made in the office of the syna-
gogue even- day except Saturday.
Mr. Norman Kaplan, vice presi-
dent of the Congregation is as-
sisting Mr. Zaidman with ar-
ments for the coming holi-
days. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
known as "The Yerushalmy." will
conduct the services and deliver
the sermons.
Those desiring to make reser-
vations are asked to do so as soon
as possible. The air-conditioned
building is located at 935 Euclid
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Goodwill Group Meets
The Goodwill Group of gi< ater
Miami will hold its first director's
meeting of the Fall season on
Thursday, September 13th. at the
Beth El Auditorium. 500 S.W.
Avenue. All board men bers
an urged to attend this special
iion.
Mrs Etna Beck will preside.
Sydney J. Gi
s and the public High
Schools ol Philadelj i
He comes t tl ...
his former post as Principal of
the Beth Sholom Rel
School, Prior to that, he held j
position as administrative as-
sistant to the executivi
'I the Assoi iated Talmud T
jiid the Council on Jewish Edu-
cation ol Philadelphia. He has
been active in Zionist. B'nai Bnth
imd Jewish Youth activities and
author of numerous a:4.
have appeared in various
educational publications. Two
years ago. Mr. Greenberg was ap-
Israelite Center PTA
Holds Membership Social
: PTA ol the Israelite Cen-
ter, 3198 S W 24th Ter., a -
isting young men and
' imen, is holding a Membei
Saturday night, 8.30 p.m.,
Sept 15th.
The President, Mrs. David
Goldberg, and Membership
Chairman, Mrs Robert Rosenthal,
announced that all mem-
bers, neighbors and friends are
. [ted to attend
Speaker for the evening will
be Mr Ben Essen, prominent at-
torney and well known humorist.
who will speak on "The Necessity '
ol B Religious Training."
Mrs. Doc Rose is Program
Beth David Revises Sunday School Program
Due to the large number of i be conducted from 9:30. a.m. to
students over 600.%ttend.ng the I 11 a.m.: and the 2nd sess.on from
Beth David Sunday School, a 11:00 to IZ:SO.
new program is now being for- i According to Jerome B. Gor-
mulated to arrange for double ldon_ educational director, "this
sessions. The first session will arrangement of classes has many
advantages: providing better fa-
cilitiea for the students, a finer
choice of faculty members, a]
more varied program for the stu-
dent body, and the correlation
and integration of extra-curri-1
cular activities during school |
hours |
Although this program has not |
been practiced in Miami hereto- j
fore, it has met with great suc-
cess in many of the leading re-
ligious schools throughout the ]
country.
The Beth David Sunday School
affera an integrated 12-year |
program of study. From the Kin-
dergarten to Confirmation class,
the religious school aims to build
strong loyalties to the Syna-
gogue and Jewish observances."
Registration will take place
Sunday, September 9th and 16th
from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the
Beth David Synagogue. 2625
S.W. 3rd Ave. Classes will com-
mence September 23rd. Regis-
tration is still in progress. Formal
classes will begin Monday, Sep-
tember 10th.
I Reservations for High Holiday
The West Miami Jewish Center (seats are also being accepted now
and Sisterhood announces its re- \ at the Synagogue. The Seat Com-
ception in honor of Rabbi and (mittee will be on the premises
Mrs Alfred Waxman which will '. every evening. Monday through!
be held on Sunday. September 9. IThursdav. 7:45 to 9:00 D.m.
at the Center. 5720 S.W. 17th Tht, Beth David Hebrew\
d'i i t School has ten classes, ranging
Rabbi Waxman. formerly of-----------------------------------
South Wales, England, but now
line with his wife and daugh-
n West Miami, has accepted
the position as leader of the
Center A native of London, he
studied theology in Liverpool and
was also a student of Rabbi I. J.
L'nterman who is now chief Rab-
bi of Tel Aviv. Prominent in in-
racial affairs. Rabbi Wax-
man also headed the South Wales
Jewish Representative Council
and was one of the foremost lec-
to non-Jewish organiza-
tions in discussing Public Rela-
tions.
The reception in his honor will
include an evening of entertain-
ment and guest speakers. A buf-
fet dinner is also being planned.
The announced time is 7 p.m.
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PAGE 3 B
The Inside Story Behind The Headlines
"The Not So Mysterious Mufti"
A lactual series exposing the cunning sworn enemy of Jewry by
a star reporter who interviewed him .
By RUTH KARPF
(Not*d JournaliHl, authoress
(Copyright iMli American Jewish
l-NITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AJP)
The last time I saw the Mufti,
v i was openly advocating a "Holy
War" against the Jews.
That was during the Palestine
riots of 1936-39 which Haj Amin
,1 Husseini master-minded from
hjs Britain-provided sanctuary in
th< Mosque of Omar, in the old
City of Jerusalem.
During World War II, Haj
Amin widened the target of his
"Holy War" to include, not only
.,,' Jews, but all the Allies. Op-
erating out of Berlin, in special
offices assigned to him by the
Fuehrer personally and desig-
Headquarters of His Em-
inence, the Grand Mufti of the
Moslem World." Haj Amin or-
,d a far-flung net of propa-
ganda drives for the Nazis, rais-
in s Moslem Legion and
, i c d out his version of the
erman ideology which he is
translating into action now.
Today the Mufti is the master
string-puller behind an organ-
ization which has as its aim
r.othing less than world domi-'
nation by "the soldiers of Al-
lah."
.:. the Mufti's book, that means
domination by Moslem
[anatics, using Fascist techniques
undei his direction. The Mufti
nsiders himself the uncrowned i
ilei of the Moslem world. His [
nal target is the Caliphate |
in Mecca, traditional seat for the |
spiritualand temporal ruler of
I e Moslem world.
Right now achievement of this
requires the "liquidation"
II men in the Middle East
might be able to exercise
; modi rating, stabilizing influ-
And "liquidation," the
has learned from his Nazi
entors, is safest when it means
.ier.
It was the Mufti's agents who
year assassinated Egypt's
.;. Pasha, one of the few baU
,.nc(l political leaders that coun-
try hadpro-West, pro-social re-
i rms, pro-gradual build up of
racy in his country.
It was the Mufti's agents, too.
earlier this year assassinat-
> (1 Lebanon's Premier Riad es
ecause es-Soln represented
Ihi moderate trend in part-
i...; Lebanon which wants
c and trade in the Middle
including peace and trade
Israel.
And it was beyond any shad-
ow of doubt the Mufti's agents
who assassinated King Abdul-
lah of Jordan last month.
i sassin's trial, now being
i ing eld in Amman, the Jordan
' i has revealed three Hus-
among the plotters of the
And in the Arab coun-
i here politics are still made
s( lely by deals, or warfare, a-
B handful of ruling famil-
i< three implicated Husseinis
I n a dead give-away of what
lhi murder was about.
While three Husseinis stand
and will probaly end up
swinging from Jordan gallows
i here is the chief of the Hus-
who master-minded this
latest piece of family strategy?
At this very moment, Amin el
Husseinithe Muftiis sitting in
is comfortable Cairo villaand,
while his henchmen risk their
! < i ks carrying out orders with
dagger and bomb, he is busy with
plans, organization and negotia-
te nsthat have a Holy War a-
gamst the Jews, against the West,
and against democracy as their
goal.
The Mufti has always been
strictly the planning type. Action
he likes to heave to other peo-
ple.
Right now the Mufti is busy
. tanning three types of action:
He is organix'ar and titular
head of an outfit called the
World Moslem Conference. The
bearded man, with blue eyes and i suggested instead a return to the
and lecturer)
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World Modem Conference pre-
tends to be a cultural organiza-
tion and is ostensibly concern-
ed with the spread of Moslem
ideas and Moslem civilization.
Many well-meaning statesmen
of the Moslem world and dup-
ed scholars and writers belong
to it. It has chapters in every
Moslem country from North
Africa to Indonesia and from
Turkey to Pakistan. Behind its
respectable cover, the Mufti can
travel throughout the Moslem
world and build up the organ-
isation that he really wants
and nefcds: The Moslem Broth-
erhood.
The Moslem Brotherhood is the
Mufti's equivalent of the Hitler
StoYm Troopers.
And equivalent not only in
theory. Members of the Moslem
Brotherhood are trained in their
para-military activities right now
by former officers of the S.S.
Finding such officersand es-
tablishing contact with Fascists
on the loose everywhereis the
third of the Mufti's current ac-
tivities.
And his net is wide. I remem-
ber a Polish officer in a DP.
camp in Germany who. right in
the camp, bragged^of the number
of Jews he killed in the Warsaw
Ghetto. One night when he was
deep in his cups he blurted out
that he would not be in the camp
much longer. "I have a new
job" he said. "A job after my
own heart. I am going to be
working for the Mufti. We'll get
those Jews wiped off the face of
the earth yet."
And during the war in Israel
the man who came to Haifa as
the Mufti's agent to whip the
Arabs of that port into a fighting
frenzywhich never came off
was a Nazi officer. S.S. Berlin.
Fascists, of course, are the
Mufti's favorite recruits and
allies. He knows them and
their techniques through his
days with Hitler. And he be-
lieves in them and their tech-
niques. He beliaves that even
though they failed in Europe
they will succeed in the Mid-
dle East.
When it comes to techniques,
the Mufti is not very fussy. Mur-
der is. of course, a stock in trade.
And collaboration with other to-
talitarians is another irrespective
of stripe or hue. Lately, the Muf-
ti has been reported negotiating
with Communist cadres in the
Arab countries. The Mufti and
the Communists see eye to eye
in their desire to wipe out all
sanity and moderation in the
Middle East, in undermining ev-
erything constructive and demo-
cratic that comes from the West,
and in creating the vacuum of
chaos. The Communists are in-
terested in this because they be-
lieve that they will be able to
take over once the vacuum is cre-
ated. The Mufti believes that
the heritage of power after the
chaos will be his.
The Moslem Brotherhood is the
instrument with which he plans
to seize power.
"The Arabs are most excellent
of all peoples." .
"Allah has entrusted us with
the mission of spreading Islam
over the whole earthwith all
the means at our disposal .
All the means!"
Those are the guiding themes
of the Moslem Brotherhood which
at this moment claims 600,000
members in 1,500 centers from
Egypt to Indonesia and from Mor-
occo to Pakistan.
I have heard these themes ex-
tolled from minarets, and preach-
ed in mosques throughout the
Middle East.
And once I saw a frenzied
crowd, roaring assent and reach-
ing for knives, as a turbaned
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an insinuating smile wound up
his sermon with the words:
"The desire to conquer the
world that is deep in the breast
of every Moslem comes to you by
inspiration directly from the
Khoran. Be not afraid to con-
quer. Allah is by your side."
The man was the Mufti of
Jerusalem. The place was a
mosque in the Old City. And the
time was the height of the 36-39
riots in the Holy Land.
I had seen those kind of frenz-
ied gleaming eyes, had heard
this kind of animal roar, had
watched those kinds of hands
itching for blood only once be-
fore: That was at the mammoth
Nazi Party Rally in Nuremberg
in 1933, when Hitler had already
taken over power and, in a vast
open-air auditorium, lit up by
brandished torches, told his min-
ions: "Today Germany. Tomor-
row the world."
Just as Hitler, the Mufti has a
respectable sounding program for
a world that does not take the
trouble to listen to the real mean-
ing behind his glib words.
And a real plan with which he
dopes the minds and fires the
passions of his followers.
What the Mufti says he wants
is to break down "the artificial
geographic barriers between all
Moslem countries" and join them
in one regional organization
to fit into the current world
trend. The Moslem Brotherhood,
he claims, is the organization that
propagates this idea now and
will put it into action.
What the Mufti tells his fol-
lowers he wants is a gigantic,
powerful Moslem Empire that
will take up where the Arab Em-
pire of the Middle Ages left off:
'< spread Islam throughout the
1 globe and show the world the
supremacy of the Arab peoples.
Those are the "master-race"
phrases and the long-range strat-
egy.
But what is the reality and
the tactics today?
I know some of the leaders of
the Moslem Brotherhood. I spoke
to them and discussed their pro-
gram when they weren't yet the
slick politicians that they are to-
day. When they were still talk-
ingand revealing what is really
on their minds.
I spoke to Hassan el Bannah,
"The People's Chief Guide," the
Egyptian school teacher who
founded the Moslem Brotherhood
organization. He has since been
assassinated. The Mufti saw to
that a couple of years ago. El
Bannah was too popular for the
Mufti's liking. El Bannah was a
sincere fanatic who didn't know-
how to play the Mufti's slicker
game and who had a habit of
shooting his mouth off and telling
the truth.
El Bannah said this:
"We are against democracy.
We believe in absolute rule by-
one leader."
That's the way things were in
the days of Mohammed, el Ban-
nah explainedand that is the
way the Moslem Brotherhood
wants them to be again. The
"leader" is to have complete pow-
er, enforced by his warriors
the members of the Brotherhood.
His "inspiration" for leadership
will come to him from the Koran,
el Bannah explained, much like
Hitler's inspiration came to him
from his "intuition" and his "con-
tact" with the Teutonic gods.
Just *as the Mufti, el Bannah
knew the Nazis and their ideol-
ogy well. Like the Mufti, he
served the Axis during the war.
El Bannah also said that the
Brotherhood is not only opposed
to democracy in general but to
the West, and to the United
States and the American way of
life, in particular.
"We will fight to the end a-
gainst the materialistic corrup-
tion which the United States is
attempting to force on the people
of the Arab lands," El Bannah
said.
Another indication of the shape
of things to come under Moslem
Brotherhood rule is the fact that
the leadeis of the organization
are as opposed to legal safe-
guards for the peoples under
their domain, just as they are
opposed to political and material
protection.
El Bannah was full of contempt
for "the lax, man-made laws"
with which democratic states pro-
tect their citizens. He considered
them weak and ineffective and
laws of the Koran as interpreted
by "the leader."
An indication of what this
means is furnished by today's
Saudi Arabia where the Khoran
is the law of the land------and its f #
interpreter King Ibn Saud. In
this Moslem Brotherhood dream
state, theft, for example is pun-
ished by cutting off the hand of
the accused, and whether the ac-
cusation is a valid one is decided
by the tribal chief. Libel,with
conviction operating oh much the
same basis and subject mostly to
whose relatives can produce more
sheep for the chief's herds or
more gold for his coffersis pun-
ished by cutting out the offend-
er's tongue in a public square, j
In addition, slavery outright
chattle slavery is legal and
rampant. These are the judicial
systems which the Moslem Broth-
erhood want to see applied
throughout the Middle East, and
when it reaches its goals,
throughout the world.
If that sounds too fantastic to
be plausible in our time and age
so did most of what Hitler said.
Education is another chief tar-
get of the Moslem Brotherhood.
They are against it. El Bannah's
eyes were shining when he des-
cribed "The Day"of Moslem
Brotherhood rule when every city
and hamlet, in the Arab world
would be, aglow with fires that
will consume the "iniquitous"
literature of the Westwith its
dangerous notions of freedom and
equality, and one world of human
beings.
"There can never be equality
between believers and non-be-
lievers," El Bannah said.
"And there will always be two
worldsthe world of Islam and
the world of war. Until Islam
has triumphed. And the world is
ours."
NEXT WEEK: The Jews provide
the ex-Muiti and his Moslem
Brotherhood with a ready-
made target for attack. In her
third and concluding article in
the American Jewish Press ser-
ies, Ruth Karpf deals with the
former Mufti's schemes against
Jewry.
Information concerning the
present whereabouts of Dr. Al-
fred Melchet Moss, pictured
here, is sought by his wife. Mrs.
Rebecca Moss, 407 Mt Prospect
Avenue, Newark. N.J. Dr. Moss
left his home in Newark almost
two years ago with the inten-
tion of vacationing in Florida
for two months. He has not
been Mm or heard from since.
Anyone aware of his present
address is asked to communi-
cate with Mrs. Moss.
Allenberg Honored
Abe Allenberg. managing di-
rector of the Robert Richter Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, has been pre-
sented with an honorary life
membership in the Florida State
Hotel Association, it was an-
nounced this week.
Non-Jew Whips Jewish
Chess Star, Cops
National Chess Title
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
News of the man-bites-dog vari-
ety was made this week when
a non-Jew beat a Jew for the
national chess championship.
Larrv Evans, 19-year-old City
College sophomore, defeated
Samuel Reshevsky, the interna-
tional grand master. Reshovsky
placed second in the three-week
United States Chess Federation
Tournament.
Evans started playing chess at
13 and collected a dozen lesser
titles before tackling the Ameri-
can title tourney.
Katz Named Principal
Announcement has been made
of the appointment of Irvin Katz.
former dean of boys at the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
to the post of principal, to fill
the vacancy left by Olin C. Webb
who 'has been named by the
school board as an assistant direc-
tor of instruction, in charge of
secondary schools in the county.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Temple Israel Roster Of Affiliated
Groups Designed To Meet Area's Needs
"Our roster of affiliated organ-
izations at Temple Israel is de-
signed to meet the social, cultur-
al and religious needs of the com-
munity." Herman A. Binder,
v -airman uf temple public rela-
l.ons. asserted. "From the day
that a youngster is confirmed at
ci lorful graduation ceremonies on
S -uos throughout the remaind-
: his life, there is a special
t- mple activity to promote fel-
ip. hospitality and warm
j- ligi us feelings."
The Temple Youth Group, com-
i sed of young people of high
school is a member of the
nal Fed-: ti n of Temple
Y uth. One of its maioi func-
ti ns .- its annual conclave at a
i .. :ijer camp. There young
en and women participate in
:. and spiritual meetings.
Hii gn up also tak< s part in an
. Sabbath service, as well
in Char.uka and Punm cele-
ti ns Guiding the destiny of
1 ffilii is Dr Donald Mich-
.-.. Temple Israel's director of
:.-. and religious education
Mi : t, spiritual
ter of the templi
i y ung men will also
in plar ning the activities
ir the Temple Young Adult, an
organization of y ung en and
n i vi : hig] si hool age.
I um dis issii ns, dan n lig
is services nd itir.) an
i- i unil len lai
ted i braces the
nd v
wno teresl
itl ritii thesi nd
field invited I lead
md recrea-
nal
boating and fishing party, loom
important likewise for the coup-
,les.
Most important activity of the
Temple Men's Club is support of
the National Jewish Chautauqua
Society, an agency that sends
rabbis and educators to address
Christian student bodies in col-
leges and universities through-
out the land on Jewish subjects.
The Chautauqua work has been '
acclaimed ""for the understanding
and good will it is bringing be-
tween Jews and non-Jews."
The Sisterhood completes the
large Temple Israel Family. It
enables deserving but needy
young men to enter the rabbinate,
supports an organization for the
help of the Jewish blind, relates
itself to national and interna-
tional women's bodies devoted to
religious life, to knowledge and
to peace.
For the year 1951-52 Mrs. Nor-
man Giller is Sisterhood presi-
dent; Herbert Kaulfman. Men's
Cluo head; and Lewis Gorfine.
president of Couples Limited.
The preside nts of the Youth
Group ar.d Young Adults are to
oe elected at the beginning of
the year,
"Temple Israel is a community
dedicated to serve a community."
Rabbi Narot said. "Its purpose is
to foster and strengthen religious
life through the principles of Re-
form Judaism. Inspired bv ti'.e
Ties of such departed lead-
ers as Stephen S Wise and Isaac
Wist. r*emple Israel looks
future confidently d< v I
to the- presi real
id sm in the I li
ican setting."
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rosen-
thai and daughter Sheila are
pictured here with group of 24
Times Square Cafeteria em-
ployees who spent the Labor
Day week-end as the guests of
Mr. Rosenthal in Havana, fly-
ing there by National Airlines.
Mr Rosenthal. owner of the
popular Miami Beach establish-
ment, began the custom of a
"family vacation" years ago as
a mark of appreciation to his
employees. Farr Tours was in
charge of all arrangements.
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PAGE 5B
igler-Granada
lits Enrollment
leiitration for the Sunday and
ew School of Flagler Gra-
jewish Community Center
[takf place at the center 50
51s! Place on Sundays, Sept.
and 16. from 10 a.m. to 1
announces Principal Jesse
e enrollment is limited to
Hudents in the Sunday School
in the Hebrew School, par-
are asked to register early.
iiday School age admission
. from 4 through 14 years
Hebrew School age limits
be from 8 through 13.
curriculum and text books
pproved by the Bureau of
Education. Classes will
the week of Sept. 16.
Icets for the High Holiday
res at the Flagler Granada
Community Center are
at the center Sundays
a.m. to 1 p.m. Reserva-
may be made by contacting
James Segal at 4-0425.
Academy Utilizes
Radio For Drive
Daniel Broad, communal leader
and Zionist, spoke on behalf
of The Hebrew Academy mem-
bership campaign which is being
launched during the month of
September on the Jewish Forum
Station WFEC, Sunday morning.
Mr. Irving Firtel, chairman of
the Membership Committee of
The Hebrew Academy, declared
that his committee will utilize the
services of the Jewish radio pro-
grams to reach into the homes of
every Jewish family, requesting
them to become members of The
Hebrew Academy.
Mr. Jacob Schecter of the Jew-
ish Variety Hour and Mr. Simon
Seiden have pledged their full
support and cooperation in con-
ducting the membership cam-
paign, sponsored by The Acad-
emy.
id Committee
>king Site For
i [exhibition of products il-
}ing Israel's industry and
fiy will soon be on display
ami Beach under the aus-
bf the Greater Miami Com-
for Bonds of Israel Gov-
it. announces Milton S.
off. ana manager for the
ran Financial and Develop-
^orporation for Israel.
are now seeking a suitable
I Mi. Malakoff said. "As
we have one, we will re-
iur Miami Beach head-
fs in that location",
exhibit will be in two
One will contain speci-
nufactured products
| ncei ns which have
1 The other will
products which
ited in the Unit-
s' This will include a
V is fashions.
- and crafts,
p ..iticles.
'Break' On Auto
Trade-Ins Legal
Trade-in allowances higher
than ceiling prices for used cars,
were OKd this week by the Of-
fice of Price Stabilization.
For instance, according to Jo-
seph A. Gassen, attorney adviser
for the district OPS office, if the
ceiling price on your old jalopy
is $40 and a dealer offers you
$500 for it on a trade-in, the OPS
won't kick at all.
Regular sales of used cars, how-
ever, still are subject to price
regulations, he warned. Private
transactions are governed by OPS
the same as sales by dealers.
l'iK*ah Meets
toytona
if-i-' regional Conference
Region of Hadas-
be held November 11th
3th at Daytona Beach at
Kress Issena Hotel. Mrs.
ie. former president of
ten Region, will
regional coordinator and
''"an. Mrs. Mae
in. president of the chap-
N of Hadassah will serve
pe chairman of the Con-
Fred Barad has been appoint-
ed as director of education and
youth activities of Beth El
Religious School.
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t.tioI h.!ri! J*2 .Xt 9-,Ven MiSmi'* Phycy handicapped was recognized in a ci-
B.n..v.7i J2S"S! f,9n"t.ur*: 2*5 President signed the citation at the suggestion of
?wL.rL^ ," .?reMerlM,a' Nalional-Employ-the-Physically-Handicapped Commit-
tee, who forwarded letter outlining the efforts Axlrod has made in assisting the oisablVd find their
ft.yPmZMp occupation. In the letter it was pointed out that Axlrod. who owns and operates
! enn k j" Jaeto7 K RMtsn Works. 1225 N. E. 2nd Avenue, has had a hand in rehabil-
itating 600 handicapped workers. Of the 30 workers now employed at his plant. 24 are handicapped.
They include one double amputee, a single amputee and a deaf mute It was also pointed out that
Axlrod never refuses to help a disabled worker, and although his firm cannot hire them all. he often
goes out and finds )obs for them with other organ ixations. Axlrod is a member of the local NEPH
Committee, chairman of the Miami Chamber of Commerce disabled placement committee. Inde-
pendence. Inc.. a non-profit organisation formed to promote employment of the handicapped and
development of sheltered workshops for more seriously disabled. Presenting the citation are Kent,
left, and B. Hiram Blakey. president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce, right.
Israelite Center Plans
Registrations -- Services
Hebrew and Religious School
registration will continue at the
Israelite Center. 3198 S.W. 24th
Ter. daily from 9 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. until Sept. 16th, according
to an announcement by Mrs.
Nathan Shenkin, Chairman of
Board of Education. Assisting the
Board, with registrations, will be
members of the Dora Stein Sis-
terhood and the PTA.
Reservations for the High Holy
Days, and applications for mem-
bership iire now being accepted.
Mr. Barney Weidenfeld, Lib-
rarian, has announced the open-
ing of the new library, whose
facilities will be open to the
children ;;nd members.
Baton Twirling School
Gloria Wilson, majorette with
the University of Miami Band
and solo twirler with the Coral
Gables American Legion Post,
has opened a school of baton
twirling.
Formerly head majorette at
Miami High School, Miss Wilsoni
has been teaching at the Coral
Gables Youth Center and the Mi-
! ami Beach Parks. She recently
! became twirling instructor for the
I North Miami Junior AmveU.
Baton Club.
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^JeMstncrkSkU)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
(be made at the office any eve-
ning, except Sabbath. Librarian.
Barney Weidenfeld, hM j
| nounced the opening, of OUT new
TempJe Beth Shotom (Liberal) in Jewish Laws and customs ; ^ry -tb f-.^^pen
Beth David (Conservative) will
hold Fridav evening services at
16:15 and Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9 a.m. Robert, son of Mr
lard Mrs. Joseph Nabatoff will fo?w.
: become Bar Mitzvah. Reserva- | Yotino
Religious Directory...
n'ing at 8:15. Music, prayer and
vmonette. ...
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
present the musical portions of
the service. Religious school reg-
istration and membership at the
synagague offices.
II II1J1U.W ---------- .
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center w] 1 begin
late Fridav services at 8.30 p. m.
Cantor Ben Grossberg wih chant
the services. Onefc Shabbat will
Israel Synagogue _of
Eynagmw u. ; become Bar Milzvan. tieseiv.- .-- -:-
Temple Israel of Miami (Re- Uons for the High Holidays are Miami Beach
fom) will hold its Friday eve- beinR taken at the office. 9-3469. i vites all men
ning services at 8:15 in Kaplan r/_ ..-._. -I.*- f the
,. members from other.
for mexnbership may be made at Cm^lCaamn^ij^M^J^ servlces for Friday at
the office dailv from 9 to 5. early F/iday night servi.es at Saturday at 8 a. m.
Beth El Congregation (Ortho- 6:30 p. m. and Sabbath services g^X fig*te wiU officiate
will hold Friday services at 9.30 a. m- | at all servjces.
i 6:30 pm. Services Saturday Temple Beth El of West Palm M{ami Beach jeu,js;t Center
, rning at 8:30. Rabbi Grauer Beach (Conservative) will con- vative) vill hold Friday
will preach on "How Can We duct Friday evening services at | ^" services at 6 and
the Future?" Mincha at 6.30 6:45 and Saturday morning serv-( morning services at 9.
I :,-.. followed bv Shalos Sudos. ices at 9, all under the direction' doubfe Bar Mitzvah ceremony
Dailv services will be held at of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. n) taRc pla(.p ,hlg Saturday
7:30 a.m. ar.d 6:30 p.m. Regis- Miami Hebreu- School and Cor- mornjn,j. Services will be held
Mr dailv religious school, greoation (Orthodox). Friday | jn thc ajr conditioned Main Syna-
Sunday school and confirmation evening services 6 p.m. Sat 8:30 jghe which has undergone ex-
b( tiinninu August 20 from ., m Rabbi will speak on the For- | tensive renovations during the
, m. to 5 p.m. at the synagogue tjon 0f tne u/cek. Cantor Kelemer Ahavas Israel Synagogue1135
Bvron Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.
Isaac H. Ever, rabbi (Orthodox).
Mincha services today at 6:30
p.m. Kabbalat Sabbath services
at 6 45 p.m. Saturday morning
services at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi Ever
to deliver the sermon on the Por-
tion of the Week. At 6 P-m
the rabbi to lecture on Ethics ot
the Fathers". Sabbath Mincha at
6 30 pm., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Semiroth and Israel
songs. Maariv to follow. Daily
services at 8:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Sunday Religious School starts
Sunday, September 9th at 10 a.m.
with a
teache
starts
staff
rs. Daily Hebrew"^
- September lo, j.J*l
Registration for both school.M
tinues daily. nools *
Tifereth Israel tin**, -
ter will hold service, Friw,
6:30 p. m. and St&jS
jng services at 9 Rev fr*
Goldberg will official Re^
tion for Sundav. and hS"
schools next week Hebr(
Jewish Home /or the Aati
Douglas Gardens, 150 N Fv
Street. Services Monday thm,
Friday, 7:30 a.m Jtld 63c
Saturday 9 a.11 and 6M
Public is invited.
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will conduct Friday evening serv- in the afternoon the Bible class
Congregation Beth. Jacob (Or- ices at 630 p.m. and Saturday at followed by shalos Sudos. Daily
\ will hold Friday eve- 9 a.m. Mincha will be held at 6:15 services are held in the chapel
ng services at 6:30 and Satur- p.m. Daily services at ":30 a.m. .,, g a m and 6:30 p.m.
....;. morning services at 8:30. and 6:30 p.m. with Sunday morn-1 gt.t|, Tjilch (Orthodox) will
. Mescheloff will speak <>n ing services al 8. hold Friday evening services at
Portion of the Week. Regis- Downtown Synagogue (Ortho- | 6:30 and Saturday morning serv-
tration for religious school at Services are held dailv at 7 a.m. ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
Micha at 6:30 will be fol-'J0X) wln hold its daily services i kovsky will speak on "The Por-
te wed by Shalos Sudos. at 8 ., m and 7 p m Friday ; tion of the Week" at his morning
North Dade Jewish Center will evening services are slated for 71 services, "Ethics of the Fathers*'
conduct services Friday at 3:15 p. m. Saturdav morning at 8:30, at 5:30 p. m. Mincha at 6:30 p.m.
Joseph Rosenfeld will offi- Mincha will be held at 6:45 p. m. will be followed by Shalos Sudos.
followed by Shalos Sudos and i Maariv will be at 7:15. Daily
; and offer the sermon.
services are held at 7:30 a. m.
with Mincha at 6:30 and Maariv
at 7:15 p. m. Daily classes in
Mishna are held at 3:30 a. m.
Class in Jewish laws and customs
is held Sunday, Tuesday and
Corn! Gables Jewish Center Maariv.
(Liberal) -late Friday evening Israelite Center (Conservative)
,. will continue each Friday Albert and Sclma. twin children
. 8:15 p. m. throughout the sum- (of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aron. will
ei months. Rabbi Skop will b<- Bar Mitzvah and Bass Mitz-
>peak on 'Approaching the Sac- vah. Saturdav, Sept. 8th. 9:00 a.m. -
Hie hHolv Days." Saturday at the Israelite Cnter. 3198 S.W. Wednesday at .P-m. BM class
Sabbath Service 9:45 a.m. Regis- 24th Ter. Rabbi Abraham Sachs in Em Yakov 11 held Monday and
n for Religious and Hebrew will conduct the services. Kid- Thursday at 7 p. m.
: on Sunday, September 9, dush Will be held after the serv-
al 10 a.m. ice. A dinner will be held for!
Kuese'h Israel Congregation relatives and close friends, the
SS m lalmud will be con- tratum will continue d
ted. Mincha at 6:30 will be cept Sabbath, until Sept. 17th.
II wed by Shalos Sudos. Zmiras from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1951
LKff*T- NOTICE
+Je*vis*fkrHton
PAGE 71
JOTICE BV PUBLICATION
lfHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Iv/FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143109
LNOR I'. SELLERS, rialntlff
-; K SELLERS, Defendant.
1&IORRI8 B. SELLERS
57 Bailey Avenue
I'l.iiI~l>iirRh. X.T.
i are hereby notified that n suit
ores has l>een filed against you
ii are required to Herve a copy
Vnawer to said Bill upon Plaln-
Atl irney, and file the original
hi,.' Clerk of the Circuit Court of
.unt.v, Horida, on or before the
H i\ of September, 1951: otherwise
:,il ,,i Complaint will be taken a*
.-,.,1 by you,
fED Bl Miami. Florida, this 1.1th
thf August, 1951.
Iv I!. LEATHERMAN.
Fierk circuit Court. Da ouiitv. Florida.
Hv: WM. VV. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Court Seal)
LEGAL NOTICE
Sl'\N H. LYONS'.
t for i'lalntlff
ilympla Bldg.
Florida.
14-11 1 I
ESQ..
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PICE IS HEREKY GIVEN that
iderslgned, desiring to engage
noai under the fictitious name
nandoah Florlat at 2359 s.w.
reet. .Miami. FTa. intends to
s.i id name with the Clerk of
rcult Court of Dade County.
)ERT WALTER HAMILTON
Sol
HKX F KESSLER
- fur Applicant
Flagler St
-11 9/7
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 20210
:STATE i >K
MARcrs. Deceased
E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TICK is hereby given that I
eii my final report and petition
rial Discharge as Administratrix
-state of Ben Marcus, de, easel.
at on the 21sl day of Septem-
81, will apply to the Honorable
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
. Florida, for approval of said
Report anil f'*r final discharge as
stratrlx of the Estate of Ben
i. i < B Bed.
9th das of August, 19.M
ANNA MAROCS
i A. PRANK
Dlympla Bide,
v for Administratrix
31 B 7
"" .ZP&SPmfn. JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, No. 26484.A
In Re: ESTATE OF
HARjyrT.'iJVILEN8KY'- "'cased.
_ .NJ?T'?* T CREDITORS
i'nt n?r.edl,or"and All Persons Hav-
Fst-it '"" Ueman,l, Against Said
y!"'JandJea<'h ,of >'ou. are hereby
notlNed and required to present any
calms and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARItV I.. WILRNSKY. de-
ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the HON. W F
BLANTON. County Judge of bade
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. Hald 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., 19.">1
MARY B. WILRNSKY.
As Administratrix of the
FJstate of
HARRY L. WILENSKY.
RICHARD K. FINK **
Attorney for Administratrix
8/31 9/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
narrled,
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. 3828 S. W. 8th Street.
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
RUSSELL, J SITFUTH, Jr.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building, Miami, Fla.
8/81 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
E. G. LIQUORS at 1186 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register
said mriiie with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD Q. FL'RMAX,
Sole Owner
ARONOVITZ \ ARONOVITZ
Attorney! for Harold <:. Furman
Beybold Building
S'31 9/7-14-21
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
Iderslgned, desiring to engage
Ineas under the fictitious name
.1, I.ArNDRY AND CLEAN-
t Miami. Dade County. Fla..
to register said name with the
or the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida,
JACK COHEN
Sole Owner
EL I.CBEL
iev f.,r Applicant
rs Building
E, 2nd Avenue
-.11 9/7
ICOUNTY JUDGES COURT
lADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 23684
[STATE OF
SLOTKIN, Deceased
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
>PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|c|.; i> hereby given that I have
tinal report and petition for
scharge as Administratrix of
kte of IDA SLOTKIN deceased:
It on the 25th day of Septem-
II, I will apply to the Honorable
[BLANTON. County Judge of
Jnty. Florida, for approval of
Ilal report and for final dig-
i Administratrix -if the Estate
SLOTKIN, de,eased
st daj of August, 1951
FANNIE LEW IN',
Administratrix
CYPE.N
for Administratrix
: 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No. 143327
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LEE M. AMBR8HEK, Plaintiff.
against
HELEN AMERSHEK. Defendant.
'YOU, HELEN AMERSHEK, 1 Cen-
ter Avenue, Leonardo. New Jersey,
ii,. hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
galnst you, and you are required to
serve a ^opy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SILVER,
922 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
day of September, 1931. If you fail to
do bo, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of August. 1951.
E. B. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
By L. S. DE PIETHO.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX R. SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/14-31 9/7-14
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Sk?VfKIH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY, NO. 143382
ALEXANDER E. WOLFE and FAN-
2KJ! WOLFE, his wife and-UIL-
nl1 nL,,WOI'ra' and MARY
i'\Zfk.SKrH WOLFE, his wife,
Plaintiffs. VS.
EDGAR COE. and if married.-------
n.^0t::.h"' wlfe' et al- Defendants
TO: EDGAR COE, and If man
--------- COE. his wife.
Residence unknown,
and if dead, all unknown heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, legatees, creditors or
other persons or parties claiming by.
through, under or against any of the
named defendants, who are not known
to be dead or alive, "ad all persons or
parties otherwise claiming any right
title, claim or Interest In and to the
following described property, to'wlt-
Lot Eleven (11), In Block One
(1). of RIDGEWAY SUBDIVI-
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 ARF: 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 required to serve a
copy or your answer to the complaint
on Frederic R. Rosen. 1521 Pan Amer-
ican Bank Building. Miami, Florida,
the Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and
for Dade County, Florida, on or before
September 24, 1951, otherwise a de-
cree pro cuiifesso will be entered
against you.
Dated ths 24 day of August. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Crcuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE, D. C.
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 Dade Auto Parts at South Miami.
Bade County. Fla.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida.
FLORIDA AUTO SUPPLY. INC
w CHARLES HAWKINS
MANTEL LUHEL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawyers Bldg.
228 N.E. 2nd Avenue
9/7-I4-*l-28

LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24144
RE: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR WEIL. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Arthur Weil, deceased:
and that on the 2Sth day of Sept..
1*51. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of Arthur
Well, deceased.
This 29th day of August. 19.1.
FRED it. HERCHER.
As Administrator of the
Estate of Arthur Weil.
I >ei eased.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
ISO Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLIED SEWING CENTER AND
\ Ai'l'CM STORES at 117 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ERVING PUOACH
PAUL Pl'GACH
WILLIAM I BRENNEP.
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
9/7-14-21-28
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
?'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi Igned, desiring to engage
ms under the fictitious name
Motor Salts at 1410 N E. tnd
Miami. Fin., intends to reg-
liil name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Flor-
ABRAHAM
/;
POTICHA.
Sole Owner
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143122
ELMER A. RATLIFF, Plaintiff
vs.
GLORIA R. RATLIFF. Defendant
TO: GI.ORIA H. RATLIFF
.19110 "I," Street
Philadelphia. Pa.
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attorney. MOR-
TON ItoTIIENBERO. 120 Lincoln
Road. Miami Peach. Florida, and fll
the original in the office of tb
of the Circuit Court
September 11, 1861: otherwise, said
Bill will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 13th day of August, A.D.,
1*51.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Bv R. II. BICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
I 17-24-31 9/7
ATTENTION
rTT0RNEYS!
Jewish Flotidlcm so-
your legal notice*.
appreciate your
Miage and guaran-
accurate service at
te. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALUM-A-IXICK DOOR SEAL CO.
it W99S N, W. 54th Street. Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
NATHAN C WAI.BERG,
Sole owner
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorney for Nathan C. W.ilherg
.11 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 OAYLE BRUCE. Minor.
TO: PETER W. BRUCE
c/o John Noone
12110 Idaho
West Los Angeles
California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has been
filed In the above styled caase 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 13th day of Sep-
tember, 1951. 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
Attorned for Petitioners
Sill Hiscayne Building
Miami. Florida
8/17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
As of August 14th. 1151, I am the sole
IWner Of Atlas Motor Sales. 2420 N.
ml, Florida, and
Iblo for any debts
incurred other than by myself.
ABRAHAM POTICHA
S/17-24-31 9/7
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
This Is to certify that, whereas.
Margaret Goldstein. Miami. Ma.
Ella L. Levitt. Miami. Fla.
Marie Mitchell. Miami. Fla.
did on the 28th day of July. AD 1947
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10096. Iiws of
Florida. Acts of 1925. GALCO COR-
PORATION, a corporation, with Us
principal place of business at Miami,
Dade County. In Ihe State of Florida,
and whereas the proper officers of
such corporation did on the list dav
Of August. AD. 1951. Cause to be
filed In the office of the Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, a duly
authenticated resolution adopted bv
the stockholders under the provisions
if said Chapter 10091, Laws
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 143227
ZOEKRYA MOKADPOFR. -Plaintiff.
vs.
JANET MORADPOUR. Defendant.
TO: JANET MORADPOL'R,
98 The Avenue. Brondesbury,
North West 6,
London, England
You are required to serve a opy nt
your answer to the Bill of 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 17th day of Septem-
ber, A.D., 1951; otherwise, the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore fil-
ed herein, will he taken as confessei
by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
16th day of August 1951.
B. II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: L. S DE PIBTRO.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON. A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
8/24-31 9/7-14
, *x!-,',??*\\" BkSLiifu!1 "f "V" "f Said claims or demands to
' ."l19-"' sh?w'ng the .lissom- the ,,..,, aadrMI f the cu|m
tion of such corporation, and the Sec-
retary of State Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed th.- Great Seal of
the State of Plorlda, at Talla-
hassee. Ihe Capital, this the 31st
day of August. AD 1151
'Seal) Ft. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State
t : m
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX /.EMM ELM AN, I'lalntlff.
vs.
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN. Defendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
1 HegeTnan Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a ropy of your answei
to the bill of complaint on plaintiff's
attorney and file the original Answei
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 27th day
of September. 1951: otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 27th day of August. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
(10 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/31 9 7-11-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 24686
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACOB FEILSCHISS. ak i
JACOB FE1L, ak, a Jacob
ladrer. 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 of you, may have against thu
estate of JACOB KEILSGHI'SS, akn
JACOB FEIL. aka JACOB LADRER.
deceased late of Ifcide County. Floi : I i.
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file th
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months fr >m
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to contain
man', and
t.i lie sworn to and presented as a-
foi'esanl. or same will be barred. See
Section 110 of the 1113 Probate Act.
Date AugUSl It, AD 1951
ETHEL APPBL,
As Administratrix c.t.A.
of the Estate of JACOB
FEILSCHISS. :, k i .1A !-
>B FEIL, a k Jacob
LADRER, Deceased.
PALLOT, SILVER, ABDO
ft Mll.LoY
Attorneys for Administratrix, C.T.A.
8/24-31 9, T-14
i. ,,i... .... o tier oi .ttias .moio
the Clerk I k. 2nd Avenue. Miai
or before wm noI |. responslhl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SAMPLE SHOE SHOP, at 1101
Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables.
F'la., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
_ SIDNEY LURIE
CHERTKOK AND KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
olvmpia Building
S/.11 1/7-14-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANGE
at number 27 N. E, 2nd Street, in the
City of Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of August. l'.'.M
LESTER MILLER.
NATHAN TUDOR, Owners
M BCHAFFBR
Attorney at Law
707 Biscayna Bldg.
Miami. Florida
S/;ll 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FLOMING PLEATING AND EM-
BROIDERY CO. (not inc.) at 749 N.W.
62nd Street. Miami. Fla.. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
F.orida
VICTOR H. FLOMING, 1/1
RHNATo.r CESARINI, 1/3
MAX ZE1SS. 1/3
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
Seybold Bldg
S '24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LE BON DRY CLFJANERS AND
LAUNDRY at 2S-2* North West Fifth
Street. Miajni Florida, Intend to reg-
i-tersaid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WALTER J BELL
REVA BELL
SEYMOUR B HERMAN
Attorney for Walter J. Bell
and Reva Bell
8 24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ATLAS HI.ASS PRODUCTS CO, It
7:'7 N. W. lOth Street, .Mian::. 11a.
Intends to register s.i,i name with the
Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 *ountv, Florida
HARRY ATLANSKY
8 31 9 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACE FROZEN ci'STARD at 6917 N.
\V 15th Ave., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
HARRY SALTZMAN
EVA BALTZMAN
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W Flagler St.
v 24-31 !' :-: I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AL'S 510 BAB. at S10 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County.
Florida.
albert OREENBERQ
CHERTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
617 olvmpia Building
8,17-24-31 I :
ariSS^
'TUN COMPANY
PERSONAL
ANO
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9*3836
I* N. C 2nd ST. MIAMI at. FLA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GVEN that
the undeTslgn.ed, desiring lo engage "
business undei the fictitious n
MAURICE'S LAUNDROMAT
10 N E (th A\ enue, Noj th Mi-
ami, l-'loi iiia. Intend to rei I
name with the Clerk or the circuit
Court of Dade Counts Floi Ida,
HARRT FRIEDMAN
BETTE FRIEDMAN
SEYMOUR A ;. ipMAN
Attorn, > foi Appll
3ri0 Lincoln 1:.. ,,1
1/11 9 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 143596
JOHN A CARSTENS, Plaintiff.
vs.
IRENE CARSTENS, Defendant.
You. IRENE CARSTENS, 11 Granite
Streat, Brooklyn, New York, are re-
qulred to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
on plaintiff- attorne) hakold
SHAPIRi i, n i: ad, M an
Beai ii 11 irlda, and fib- the -
office of the Clei i
fore i tobei 5, 1951,
De i' C infesso will
. :
i Keptember ".. 1951
E. i: LEATHERM \\
Clerk
ill Courl Seal)
B) R II Rl< Jr.,
i itj clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
127 I.;: ill I;
. Beai h, Florida
l/T-14-3 .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
in Chancery. No. 143241.
Grace Modrselewski, Plaintiff
-v.i.
FltANK MODRZEJEWSKI.
Defendant
TO: FRANK MODRZEJEWSKI
16114 Curtis Street
Roseville, Michigan
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney,
and file the Original with the Olerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17 day of September 19.191: otherwise
the Bill will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED a- Miami. Florida, this 17
de>) of August. 1911
E B LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. S. De PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN.
Attorney
110 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Flo: I I i
M-ll 9/7-14
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.ELEVENTH JUOCIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO.
143248
HERBERT T. DAVIDSON, Plaint ff,
vs.
Ml LA DAVIDSON, Defendant.
TO Ml LA DAVIDSON
c o Drli
Catsheuval 103 b.,
A. Goodkooploon,
The Hague.
H
You are require i to serve 10
the Answer to the Bill of Compl
upon th.. plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
T( IN R< iTHENBERO, 2 I Lin >ln
Road, Mlam r h, Plorlda and file
the origii e of the I 'lei k
i cin it ''"in! on or bi I re
ild Bill
a II be taken as if >ased bj
Dated \ D.
B 1: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the C :rt.
ill Courl .-
B] WM u STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
S/24-31 9,7-14


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