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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,UME 24Number 37
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
.ii.sisuli Dinner
< Bo Held At
jrrento Hotel
iichard E. Gutstadt, executive
fe-ehairman, Anti Defamation
fcjue of B'nai B'rith, will be
Cored at a Testimonial Dinner
[be held Tuesday, September
630 p m., in the Florentine
Dm. Sorrento Hotel, 4391 Col-
Avenue, Miami Beach, under
. joint sponsorship of Miami
Bch Lodge, Miami Beach Worn-
Chapter, North Shore Lodge
North Shore Women's Chap-
B'nai B'rith.
Ir. Gutstadt will deliver a
iely address on problems con-
Enting democratic progress in
United States on this oc-
li >n.
In charge of the arrangements
[the dinner are George J. Tal-
fcoff. chairman; Samuel W.
apiro, president Miami" Beach
fdge; Leo Steinman, president
frth Shore Lodge: Mrs. Jack
ein, president North Shore
omen's Chapter; Mrs. Milton
tinkle, president Miami Beach
.omen's Chapter, and Gilbert J.
klkin, Florida Anti-Defamation
ague Director.
_As Executive Vice-Chairrhan of
le Anti-Defamation League of
inai B'rith, Mr. Gutstadt has
Biieved national renown as a
iturer, administrator and in-
(vator in the field of Jewish
imunity relations,
i resident of Chicago, he is
-sident of Chicago Sinai Con-
pgation and served as co-chair-
in of its building fund drive,
jn in San Francisco, he served
Fl917 and 1918 as president of
Strict Grand Ledge No. 4 of
rai B'rith which embraces eight
pstern states and British Co-
kbia.
The increasing anti-Semitism
iich followed in the wake of
_e Hitler movement in Germany
Ii >r to World War II impelled
It Executive Committee of B'nai
pith to enlarge the organization
I the Anti-Defamation League
Id to establish its headquarters
Chicago. Mr. Gutstadt was
lereupon transferred to take
urge of this enlarged program
* League. He became execu-
_e vice-chairman in Novem-
|r. 1947, and was succeeded as
fetional Director by Benjamin
Epstein of New York City.
Brandeis Begins
Fourth Year
The opening of Brandeis Uni-
versity's fourth academic year
took place last Wednesday, Sep-
tember 12, when the 250 members
of the new freshman class regis-
tered on the Waltham campus.
Arriving a full five days be-
fore the University's 415 upper
classmen, the freshmen were
greeted with a round of teas,
dances and orientation sessions
that lessened the tensions result-
ing from physical examinations
and eight placement tests which
were administered. Swelling the
undergraduate body to some 665
young men and women, the fresh-
men hail from 15 states and seven
foreign nations including Eng-
land, Canada, Egypt, France and
the Netherlands. 70% of the stu-
dents will be housed in the Uni-
versity's twelve dormitories.
A tour of Boston's historical
sites and a picnic acquainted
students with their new environs
on Saturday, and a Freshman
"Get Acquainted" Dance will be
held tomorrow evening in the
University's Commons Room. The
weekend will be climaxed by the
President's Tea for Freshman at
the home of President Abram L.
Sachar on Sunday afternoon.
Phillips JWV
Vice Commander,
At its recent Atlanta conven-1
tion, the Jewish War Veterans |
elected Louis Phillips, Coral Gab-
leg attorney, national vice com-
mander of the Fourth Region,
JWV.
Phillips was a staff sergeant
in combat intelligence during
World War II and served in the
Pacific Theater with the 307th
Bomb Group. Three of his ten
battle stars were awarded during
a four year stint overseas. He is
a graduate of the University of
Miami Law School and command-
er of the Norman Bruce Brown
Post No. 174.
In commenting on the $7,500
appropriation made by the city
of Miami toward a bid for at-
tracting the 1952 JWV national
convention to meet here, Attor-
ney Phillips stated that there
was. as yet, no way of forecast-
ing success since many cities had
extended similar invitations and
had made similar offers to the
veterans group.
The role of Israel as an outpost
of democracy was described to
delegates at the convention by
Rep. Emanuel Celler and by
Major General Robert Pepper,
commandant of the U.S. Marine
Corps camp at Parris Island, S.C.
Declaring that Israel is the only
democratic state in the Middle
East, Rep. Celler said that "if
Israel fails, then the enemies of
democracy will point to its failure
as conclusive proof that the prin-
ciple of democracy as expressed
in a democratic form of govern-
ment cannot bring security to it-
self and to its people. If Israel
fails, it is that much more grist
to the Communist propaganda
mill."
Artukovich Held,
Awaits Extradition
LOS ANGELES (AJP) Ar-
turo Artukovich, accused by
American Jewish organizations
and others of the mass murder
of Jews and Serbs in Yugoslavia
and awaiting deportation hear-
ings, was arrested last week as
a war criminal.
Artukovich entered the United
States secretly in 1946, and when
his presence was disclosed, open-
ed a legal fight to remain in
America as a "displaced person."
Yugoslav authorities want him
in connection with the death of
more than 1,000,000 persons.
He was arrested on a warrant
charging him with the murder
in 1942 of Peter Zimonic, Arch-
bishop of Sarajevo and "other
persons."
The warrant was issued by
United States Commissioner
Howard Calverly under the terms
of a 1902 extradition treaty. The
complaint, issued at the request
of the local Yugoslav consul-gen-
eral, specifically charged Artu-
kovich with the "murder of
1,000,000 Jews, Croatians and
Serbs."
DEADLMXE
All general nawi copy must
be in our office by Tuesday
noon in order to insure publi-
cation in thai week's issue.
Those desiring to insert pic-
tures must have tham in our
office not later than Monday at
five o'clock.
Richard E. Gutstadt
Arab-Israeli
Leaders Confer
PARIS (JTA) The Arab-Is-
raeli concilation conference, call-
ed by the United Nations Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission, op-
ened here Monday night unof-
ficially under circumstances
which indicate that the parley's
chances of success are doubtful.
The official opening of the con-
ference will probably not take
place before the latter part of
this week.
The first approaches among the
delegates were strictly social and
informal. The absence of offic-
ials of high rank among the dele-
gates of both parties, as well as
the continued refusal on the part
of the Arabs to sit around the
same table with the Israelis, were
the two reasons suggested for
skepticism with which informed
observers viewed the meeting.
Israel Expansion
Emphasized By
Morris Goodman
Israel can become the indus-
trial workshop for the entire Mid-
dle East with the aid of invest-
ment capital provided through
the $500,000,000 State of Israel
Bond Issue, Dr. Morris Goodman
stated Wednesday in announcing
plans for the first National Eco-
nomic Conference for Israel to
be held in Washington, D.C. from
Sept. 20 through 23. Mr. Good-
man, chairman of the Greater
Miami Committee, will be a mem-
ber of this area's delegation to
the conference which will include
Seymour B. Liebman, Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. Harry Gersten, Jo-
seph M. Rose, Mrs. Ida Wessel,
Miss Edith Ansel, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Dorothy
Barnett, Sam Blank, Samuel
Friedland and Dan Ruskin.
"In little more than three
years," Dr. Goodman said, "Is-
rael has made substantial eco-
nomic strides. Its old industries
have grown, and new ones are
being founded almost every day.
Automobiles are coming off the
assembly lines in Haifa, refriger-
ators are being manufactured, a
complete industrialization of the
Country is in the making.
"Israel has already far outstrip-
ped other Middle Eastern coun-
tries in its economic advance,"
Dr. Goodman pointed out. "With
the aid of the State of Israel Bond
Issue, she can continue to grow
at a rapid rate."
Dr. Goodman emphasized that
speedy expansion of Israel's in-
dustrial and agricultural produc-
tion has been made essential by
the hundreds of thousands of im-
migrants streaming to her shores.
j "At the Conference in Washing-
| ton." he said, "we will develop
; plans to step up the pace of the
Israel Bond drive so that Israel
may have the resources she needs.
Rosenwald Heads Drive
The United Jewish Appeal an-
nounced this week that its ex-
traordinary special drive to raise
S35.000.000" in cash by December
31, to be conducted jointly with
its annual Fall Campaign, will
be headed by William Rosenw
of New York, a National Chair-
man of the UJA.
jonist Congress Adopts Resolutions Aiming To Strengthen Israel
ts including a statement of
tasks of Zionism, a blueprint
the special status to be ac-
b: Jed the Zionist movement in
Irael, a call to the Soviet Union
rael and Judaism.
- m- ff.r. to i shall be authorized to work with- upbuilding of Israel and urged to largest community remaining to
o. Participation in the effort to \ ,imiis de{med from time t0 release Zionists imprisoned in the the jewish people after the ter-
?rff"i2%aHin?r9e|lrLrand time by special agreement with | U.S.S.R "The right of em.gra- ib, catastrophe of the second
llfe ?r ~ ?pffn

I mainte"fnce and defense 0f JeW the fields of activity during the Jew wherever he may be, a of he goviet Union t0 ^
?,lZ\ thSSdPZSP Z&S 'S g ^ forthcoming period shall be the ; resolution emphasized. derstand the vital needs and his-
' i!L Ii ,L, Lni tne 9uest'on f sPec,aj following: "Organization of im- The Congress expressed "con-| tonc demands of the State of Is-
).utions on organizational and status in Israel for the World migration and the transfer of im- cern and anxiety over the fate racl and the Jewisri people, and
Zionist Organization, the Con- mjB,ants and their property to I of Zionist prisoners in Rumania to aiipW Jewish emigration."
Congress adopted a series of
resolutions dealing with the is-
sue of moral and material com-
problems of the movement,
summary of the resolution's
i'i >pted by the Congress follows:
rhe statement defining the
sks of Zionism unanimously
i >pted by the 23rd World Zion-
Congress proclaims that "the
isk of Zionism is the strength-
II ing of the State of Israel, the
fig ithering of the exiles in Eretz
rael ar.d the fostering of the
lity of the Jewish people." The
nt declares that the pro-
if work of the World Zion-
St Organization shall be:
I Kncouragement. absorption
itegration of immigrants
I youth aliyal, stimulation of
ent and of economic de-
pment, acquisition and de-
irelopment of land as the prop-
rty of the people.
- Intensive work for haluziut
!<; veering) and hachshara (pi-
oneer training).
Effort on a large scale for
"bilization of funds for the
Burposc ol carrying out the tasks
^ Zionism. Encouragement of
nrivate capital investment.
res
gress adopted a
ing:
The Congress considers it es-
n tne con- migrants and their .
Israel. Participation in the ab- | from whom no news has been re-
sorption of immigrants. Youth [ ceived in over a year." It urged
aliyah, development of agricul- I the Hungarian Government to
sential that the State of Israel, tural settlements. Acquisition and permit emigration to Israel as | pensa{ion to the Jews persecute 1
through appropriate legislative development of land by the Jew- have other East European states. r tne Nazig and the ,,t of ,he
act, grant status to the World i jsri National Fund. Participation i The resolution for release of | (j'erman people iri tne crjmes
Zionist Organization as the rep- [n development projects." Zionist prisoners in the U.S.S.R. aoamst tne jews
resentative of the Jewish people! A coordination board between was prefaced by the statement:1 .._.,..
in all matters that relate to the the Israel Government and the -The Zionist Congress states with 'n"th'nhcan *">{: "oDle to
organized participation of Jews executive of the World Zionist regret that even after the Gov- fat,onJJ^nus ln M^theCo--
the world over in the develop- Organization shall coordinate the ernment of the Soviet Union '** ^m*L?, l0sm*t c.ronei-
ment and r,,M,n" nf th* land ---; >' ik ahnvp-rlescribed wnrl^rl within the f mework of
and the rap
comers.
"In relati
conducted i
State of Israel within Jewish the ZiZonist movement since the
communities outside of Israel, it
is essential that the Government
of the State of Israel shall act in
coordination and consultation
with the World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
first Congress" with achievement
of statehood. It credited the state
with following a policy which
"enjoys and will continue to en-
joy the full support of the Zion-
ist movement.''
The Zionist Congress "obliges
"In all matters regarding leg- \
islation by the State of Israel | the Jewish people and the Zion-
touching on the activities S. the ist movement to make every
World Zionist Organization and effort to strengthen peace and
the Jewish Agencv. their prop- | foster relations of understanding
4- Fostering of Je"w i sh con-1 erty or their undertakings, there and co-operation between nations
^ousness by the propagation of j shall be prior consultation be- and to increase the pow<.r. ii.teg-
the Zionist idea and the strength- I tween the Israel Government and rity and authority of the Unitea
ist prisoners in the Soviet Union j cres and against
Whose hearts are in strengthening war criminals:' Other resolutions
Zionism and the rise of Israel and endorsed the Israel Government s
who remain true to the culture | demands on Germany for com-
of Israel and its spiritual values." pensation.
"The Congress." the resolution | The Congress expressed the de-
stated, "notes with deep regret, siie that a suitable memorial b-*
the fact that until now, the Soviet set up in Jerusalem to the 6.000,-
Union has not removed its ban 000 Jewish martyrs. It w> nt m
on Jewish emigration from its i record as identifying itself with
territory. The Congress resolves j the Israel Parliament in its deci-
that it cannot accept the denial of sion to set aside the 27th day >f
the right of emigration of the the Jewish month of Sivan as a
Jewish community of the Soviet national memorial day for tha
Union, one of the most important victims of Nazism.


PAGE 2 A
-Jelst Horkftor
FRIDAY. SEPTEMbfd n
Personally Speaking
Unveiling Service For
Abraham Bear Sunday
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Abra-
ham Bear, formerly of 2135 B.W.
11th Terrace, will take place Sun-
dav. September 16th at 11 a.m.
at' Woodlawn Park Cemetery
with Rabbis Max Shapiro. Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky and Simon
Off to New York and Harrisburg. Per-nsyivania, is Mrs.
Minna R. Mell, 2273 S. W. 12th Srree':. She will be away for
six weeks and attend the Hadassah Convention in Atlantic
City be:o:e returning.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman have returned :o their
home, ZJ3o Lake Pancoast Drive, after a stay 01 sat weeks in April, assisted by Cantor Jacob | gented. All proceeds will go to
Chicago. I ambor, officiating. i the Children's Village in Camp
Mr Bear was a Jewish educa- I Rennana. Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uram and son. Flagler-Granadcites. *? and,civ '^Vvt^^-em ; .------~--------------------
spent their Labor Day holiday at the Saxon Mote: 30] N E 62nd HeTvasow of the first 'dress H tUT DrPHHPr*
Street. Other Flagler-Granada members with them were Mr. lacturen in this area and
and Mrs. Alfred Lewis and their children. Mr. and Mrs Sam the owner of Sunland Fashions.
Kirschner. Jr. and daughter
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sei- ...... WMmmt ..^. -W1M ..^a
and children. Mrs. Irving Seid and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ziegler Miami Vaad Hakashruth. past
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raskin and zh.ldzsz.
* *
Mrs. Alberta Holsteir. cellist with the *_"r..vers:-v o: Miami
Symphony Orchestra, gave a birthday party for ner son Wil-
liam. 2, last Wednesday. She played "hostess to I7 children
and their parents.
* *
ngregati
Dov Women Celebrate i Hurwitz Accepts Henri
The Dov Chapter will hold a Post At Beth Jacnk
Supper Party on Sunday. Sep-
tember 16th. 6 p.m. at the Beth
I El Center. 500 S.W. 17th Ave..
j to celebrate the birthday of Louis
Block and the wedding anniver-
' sary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
I will be the guest speaker and a
| musical program will be pre
The Beth Jacob C
of Miami Beach announces" ,
Mr. Joseph J. Hurwitz h?'
:>n
Beth
appointed as head teache
S
:1
Graduate
i Jacobs lteUgi^ia>
Mr. Hurwitz studied at u, '
College and at the Vfe
To Hold Annual
5 *-. "S !2 S fcouTcKr^Lzer ***!* PrPliPWH
id and sons, Mr. ana Mis T -awrence :r;dv:ce president of the Greater i Fiftee
School of Education H?Uate
University. He also hold,1
eral degrees from the mLk"v-
Teachers College of Bosfc
from the Boston Univ J?
School of Education. At PS
he is writing a book entitled T?
Jewish Influences on the KaL.
e Koran.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein, 243 S.W. 31st Cox-, held a ;.-wi
party last August 27th following the 3.is o: their son. Raon: "''- ~- -.' Ne* York Clty: tw2
Machtei presided a: tr.e ceremony. ;;f:er' M"D ^^ J-ei'in*,and
r- t-nirtmf. y.. Arr.a ?ir;Ls. of Brooklyn:
* ..- fow grandchildren. Rohan
Mrs. Jeanne Cherry. 1355 Alton Road, has left bv plane g^ ^ ^'^ ""* ****
for Beverly Wilshire Hotel Los Angeles, on a months vactnor. Ansn-BMtt arc in charge of
and buying trip. While in California, she will be present at the PtaS?3S Mor.ISnen? Com-
national showing of the new resort lines which is :o be attended P**1? -"ends and relatives are
by buyers from all over the country. asked to be present.
* ------------------------------
Mrs. Som Rer.hxd H41 S.W. 10th Street .-.=s as; returned Allen Burroughs Dies
rrom 2 two month's vacation ill Richfield Springs. New York A;'en Abraham Burroughs. 29.
end Brooklyn where she visited he: two sor.s'and their families.' f L%Aniele^ California passed
4 ^ a, away W ednesday. September 5th.
TvT- Qiffna.. u ot_ ~ '" a Boston hospital. His brother.
mt. oianey ... Palmer, president ol Congregation Beth El, of that city, was at his side Mr.
ce.eorcte.. (us 50th birthday last Saturday Hi the r-.ornino Burroughs is also survived bv .-.is
service He then attended receotioc siven hi* --,--*r k7, Parents. Mr and Mrs. Nathan Bo-
friends "' "....... y vernick, 732 Euclid Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach.
; Mr. Hurwitz expects to take iT
PhD. ta the. near future J J
field of specialization incluS I
fteen hundred hair dressers Biblical exegesis and higher C-T 1
from Miami. New York, Los lc.lsm- Jewish history and archa*. I
president of Congregation Beth | Angeles and Chicago will meet 0,08v
El board member of the Jewish here on October 28th through 31st 1------------------------------
for the Aged, the Hebrew | for their annual show. iTiforpth lenaal
A .-a demy and Mt Sinai Hospital;, The dressers will present a JL ^.i
member of the Bureau of 1 preview of 1952 hair styles atlBoi/illS (lilSsP<
Jewish Bducattaa ;the Casablanca Hotel, Miami
Mr Bear is survived by his Beach, using 35 professional mod-
Clara; a daugr.ter. Mrs. els. Judges will choose a Queen
K!e:n a son Harry; two' of the Show whose merits will
tbers. Sol of Tucson. Arizona. I be based on coiffure beauty.
One full hour has been set
Sunday School classes of th.
Tifereth Israel Northside Cente-
6o00 N. Miami Ave., will be h2
held
at Edison High School bertnSS
September 16th. Hebrew Sch^
The Officer, and 3oard Members =:
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
A.-.aour.ee that
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
wii; be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
air-cond:t:3n-ing installation
* *
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
'- ?:ecrn dur.r.r the serv.res in hot- bu.id.ncs
CANTOR MOSES WEINSTEIN
Former Chief Cantor of Wilno
-: =hani the services with the assistance of well ,;;0Wn
oja.e. refiila
9 -r.e Scccc-. torn rr, to 2 p.rrt. to r.eip you select
and reserve your seat3.
Selichoss Saturday Sep'embe: 22nd at Midnight
DAY WORKERS S5 8c FARE
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3S07
No Charge to Employer
LEGAL NOTICE
The DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE of MIAMI
Formerly Old Betfa Dsvid
N. W. 3rd Avenue and N. W. 2nd Street
ANN NCES
HH.H HOLIDAY SEHVH US
In the Newly Her.jratsd Ed;fice
Xrr^ment, H,, 3,5n Mai9 fe, Serv::;j ,f the Ta,er.ed
CANTOR MOSES TEITELB\l M
MAKE YOUR SEAT RESERVATIONS NOW
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The Spirit of Yorr, Tot
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HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS ARE AVAILABLE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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t ATUANSKY
aside by the arrangement com- i at the center will begin Monday
mittee for motion picture and September 17th at 3:30 p.m. i
still photographers
hair style models.
to pose the
- p.m.
Rev. George Goldberg will di.
rect both schools.
Sisterhood Holds Ball
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El is contemplating plans '
for its first project of the new!
year, a Harvest Ball, which will
take place in the Dora August
Memorial Auditorium.
At the Sisterhood's opening-!
meeting which will be held on
Tuesday. September 25th. Mrs. !
Jack Shapiro, president of the |
Sisterhood, will announce the 1
chairman.
Peggo Cromer SCHOOL OF DANCING
Announces .
CLASSES IN BALLET. TOE.
VARIATIONS. CHARACTER
Grided Cusirs for Baby Ballerinas. Beginnars.
Intermediate and Advanced Students
Rejistration- Saturday. Sept. 29. 1951. 1012 a.m.
Cusses Start Monday. October 8
NSW Address: 1947 W. FLAGLER ST.
Republican Hdq. Building
Limited Enrollment
Interviews by Appointment
Phones: 83-2725 9-217*
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT. Rabbi
Greater Miami's Oldest and Only
Reform Jewish Congregation
Cordially Invttts You
To become affiliated with their membership
and enjoy in air-conditioned comfort .
High Holiday Services
Religious Education for Children
Sabbath Service* every Friday
Temple Activities
Elet'ator Newly Installed
A LIMITED MEMBERSHIP
For Information Call During Week
9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Phone 9-1757
Membership C3**m'ttet
./,
Jewish Funeral Services.,*
!*"^|k!' Faithfully, we have served Jewish families for
?' many years. Reverently, and with a I
knowledge and understanding of every d
we conduct each funeral in conformance with
Jewish religious traditions.
Surrounded by an atmosphtre of dignity and
peace, each funeral conducted in our two
complete funeral chapels is correct in et
particular.
Memorial .Chapel
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS \
Miami
West Flaglcr &: 20th AvS^ ?honc 9-2664
Miami Beach tm
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7///
24-HOUi AMBULANCE SERVICE^ J
EDWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC Ttcuaflj
IN NEW YORKi 76th Street nJ Amsterdam A" .
NC ISUMl
-5-3355,
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UDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1951
*V* m f Meridian
PAGE 3 A
Say...
Conservative Pacifism In B'nai B'rith
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
]n 1843, verein conscious Jews, gregarious and
German speaking, founded .the B'nai B'rith. Immi-
tranto in a strange land, they sought fraternity to-
gether with mutual insurance benefits. Anything
font might disturb friendly intercourse was frowned
Leon Politics they regarded a disrupting force; and
kligion was identified with clericalism, an attitude
-i^de fashionable by the prevailing agnostic liberal-
.m The burning issue between Reform and Ortho-
J, w was by-passed and dismissed as sectarian
tranglmg. After 1880, the incoming throngs of Rus-
|l n immigrants were neither encouraged nor wel-
comed. As German gave way to English, the mem-
ership became homogeneous and American, Reform
religion, conservative in politics, and socially
land pat-
IARLY MIAMI DISSENSIONS
In Miami the hectic real estate boom left scant
itrgics for institutional interests. And yet fraternal
natters were not completely ignored. The Inter-
ational President of B'nai B'rith, Adolph Kraus,
intering in Miami, exerted pressure for a lodge.
hstruction was encountered in the dissension be-
n, n the rival congregations of Beth David and
femple Israel.
On March 10, 1925 some of the recent arrivals
ere invited to meet the oldtimers at Goldstone's
rstaurant on Bayshore Drive. Everyone agreed
tht founding of a lodge. But the meeting snagged
ding a proviso in the proposed by-laws that
abbis would not be eligible for membership. This
rovision was aimed at Rabbi Joseph Jasin of
pniple Israel with whom Isidor Cohen, the partisan
of the more influential Beth David faction,
1/;,* earring on a bitter feud. The objectionable
)roposal was defeated in spite of its approval by the
jimp Pres. Kraus who, rapidly approaching dotage,
ths swayed by the resourceful Mr. Cohen.
bHOLEM LODGE
Orlv a name was now lacking for the B'nai B'rith
|c function. I proposed SHOLEM LODGE as a fitting
jtle that would bring peace into the strife-ridden
lommunity. At the banquet that followed, my speech
flealt with laying the cornerstone of the Hebrew
Jniversity by Lord Balfour the week before amid
ting ceremonies at Jerusalem. But the B'nai
J'rith was slow in taking hold. For a dozen years
lingered on quiescently. Suddenly it took a spurt
| anti-Semitism, Sholem Lodge became the largest
society in the Fifth District, comprising five- South-
ern States and Washington, D.C. Its activities at-
tracted attention of the national leaders. Henry
Monsky. International President, and Richard Gut-
stadt. Director of the Anti-Defamation League came
to Miami in 1940, and discussed with us ways and
means of combatting anti-Semitism that was then
seething in Florida.
ITS QUIESCENCE
By the 1930s, B'nai B'rith was sadly on the de-
cline! Tepid and placid, it offered nothing to a re-
volting youth, stirred by economic and social in-
equalities that broke out into a rash of isms as the
centurv was advancing. These found their way into
Socialism or Communism. The East European, with
memories of pogroms and denial of human rights,
turned to Zionism's promise of a Utopia for Jewish
homelessness. The rising generation of intellectuals
could find little stimulus in the stuffy ritual and
tedious discussions that ruled out any controversial
issue.
ITS EXPANSION
But the recrudescence of medieval theory and
practice brought home the ultimate Jewish insecur-
ity. Mobilized action for defense, even if defective
and insufficient, was better than none at all. B nai
B'rith offered the best equipment available for pop-
ular participation in organized defense against
defamation and attack. Lodges increased numerically
to their all time high. Sholem Lodge became too
numerous to function and consequently was split in
two segments. It soon became necessary to form
other lodges in the metropolitan area. Chapters for
women complement and implement the male lodges.
A Z A groups prepare the youth for future Ben
B'riths. Today there are 7 lodges, 9 chapters, 6
A.Z.A. bodies, aggregating a full membership ot
2200 souls in Greater Miami.
MATURE MEDIOCRITY
By the end of the war, B nai B'rith reached its
pinnacle of prestige, success, and power. But the
qualities that make for growth may also contain the
seeds of decline. Nor are signs lacking that point
to a recession. B'nai B'rith ideals appeal to a middle-
class, comfortable in position, in economics, and
established in business or profession. Yet neither
the masses nor the classes are attracted by safe.
middle of the road slogans that lead to a butter and
eggs stuff-shirtism. Nothing controversial must upset
the equanimity that aims to attract more and more
dues paying members.
THE ZIONIST BOGIE
It was inevitable for B'nai B'rith to miss com-
pletely the significance of Zionism. In its beginnings,
it was dismissed as the ranting of foreign agitators
in New York's East Side. Then it became the cloven
hoof of an American double loyalty. Yet it contin-
ued to grow and spread. So the Zionists were put in
Coventry that is they were given the silent treat-
ment. A ruling was handed down that nothing con-
troversial be aired on the lodge room floor. And
;<> the taboo was laid on the most explosive move-
ment in 2000 years of Judaism.
SIDESTEPPING AN ISSUE
In 1946, the Jewish world was frantic. Six mil-
lion had been exterminated in Hitler's murder fac-
tories. The American GIs were ab'/i to save 250,000
from starvation and exposure. They were penned
in concentration camps and deteriorating rapidly.
Pres. Truman begged Britain to admit 100,000 DPs
into Palestine. But Ernest Bevin indulged in some
elephantine humor about Jews always getting to
the head of the queue. In Miami, the Zionist Emerg-
ency Committee called upon every organized body
to join in protest. All day a line of men and women,
carrying banners picketed the British Consulate in
front of the Pan American building. That night a
giant mass meeting was staged at Flamingo Park.
Every Jewish organization in Greater Miami joined
the demonstration except the Workmen's Circle and
Sholem Lodge.
A NON-CONTROVERSIAL COMPLEX
A letter from the Zionist Emergency Committee
had been read at a meeting. Burnett Roth urged
participation in a powerful speech. But the President
of Sholem Lodge and the professional director of
A.D.L. opposed the motion. They were neither hos-
tile nor anti-Zionist. They had just returned from a
Regional Conference and received instructions from
the top brass not to permit anything controversial,
which meant Zionist, in the lodge room. Yet aftei
the proclamation of Medinat Israel, officialdom made
tall boasts about B'nai B'riths share in the forma-
tion of the Jewish Republic. For a time, the A.D.L.
considered Israel the best publicity in public rela-
tions against anti-Semitism.
Jamora Center To Hold Service, Begin Activities
The Zamora Jewish Center, 44 l ices in its new, air cooled build-
Kamora Avenue, Coral Gables, ling this year. Simultaneously, it
imII hold High Holy Day Serv- I will inaugurate a program for
JbwoAmcinq, OAe Ojuning,
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both children and adults.
Tickets for the Holy Day serv-
ices are on sale at the Center
and may be purchased Sunday
mornings from 10 to 12 a,m.
Junior Congregation services forpRosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
children will be conducted on I at 11 a.m.
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Shawl*, and Yarmelkesmod-
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Cards on sale now. For Infor-
mation 48-8G51. 48-4747.
Remember Our Yom Kippur
Ball October 10. 19S1
The Beth David
Synagogue
Pioneer Congregation of Greater Miami
Coral Way and 26th Road
Extends to its members and friends
Best Wishes for
a Happy and Healthy
New Year
'If We cordially invite you
to attend High Holiday Services
'2 j at our new Synagogue
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Beth David Choir
Under the Direction of Mr. Leon Shift

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HUDAY. SEPTEMBER
14,
1851
EDITORIAL
Jewish ldu< anon Month
Twr -o.-
grect cc-r;ve:s:es o: e mcs: rosic
r.tr-ure icrve occurred '-he cttenuc:: x Amer.ccn
"e*s rhnJBfJ the s?".c a-c summer of tins veer.
One centers crround the Maclver report, dechnc
wvh rcmrr-in;-.- rekmens crtiv-.nes :~ the hDme
re-: tie ether crrcund the struggle within the
:.cr-s :eecte-d T. the recent 'erusclem "-rress-
Thes-e rcr.trcversie* despite the wxie duprr-
-y c: he q-_es_:r.5 rt iss_e present two srr.Kirg
e_nh~.t.es They ;.:ve :cr ;=e :h.g e-rkec
the sr. n-h:^r.- :cr-s;-:.:: see- en eitre: s,de
c: z rczrrverry rt >-j: ._-e rcr w=e ye-rrs
--d tecoodrj they ~e both deeply ratale= :c
the r-enrh r_esboo zz.:z~zz.z Amer.r". leal
.; Jewish .je"
''>.; eve: the .e:.t= c: he positions ;;er. 00
e e: ;.re :: e._-.e: -ss.emd .: -;: the par-
DOM r: -^_= er_::.;. M rss-eis tnerrt:: he-rc es
Ye :::ers that _-..= :ertrz. ruesT.cn wiQ
ce rr^-K-ere-z uisncwiy sol ry rre- ;er.es
r: :r.s lexer by s.z.--\c_c. Fewi _- trie sc!
; per*: ; rie esre thee :-...c_-er. -r. fewish
- ; r ; ~ -
e Afi
v<-hool Bays
The month of September finds thou*
beys and girb. young men end women t '
taf to schools and college* throughout An,*
September serves cs c reatfinnatior. of JJ*
thai this nation is vitally interested in or
its young people with all the edu rational
vantages it has to offer. We are proud
rightfully soof the greet strides
bai made in the field of education.
our
repu^
We C::e: Ou: Band m Good Faith
Stminea :: American "ewry "- Upon z.'. pcier.ti
heeded insure thai the pabbc aebctea
which certainly sal be resolved ::: z.'.
-. t by oai re:e:r.-.:- wit z~ ::::::::;: end
vr... be settled r:rr. the e. point :: z- .-
Ma*ada 4 httralt' Hebrew Ccr.-regaticr.
Mt$'!% Tit *inq ?.=-> Varied Procrcnr.
Those of us who ere pcrents are anxictto
rr.cice I possible for cur sons and daughierJk
ccquire a maximum degree of education toLf
them for the ever-.jnpcncnt respor.sibilitie,irf
r:-zenship. We know thai knowledge qJ
h-erter dtizens and thct better citizer^ make o1
action stronger ace mere able to withstand 2 :
subversive doctrine* whose cdherer.ts seek tc '
sieve us.
I- fc therefore, very epprcpriale thct Amerietfi
hrst U.S. Defense Ecnd Drive shouiz beg:a,
r.e And of September, the month when so nn
yoaag Americans are returning to school. Thu
Defense Bond purcheses, the parents of m
:: hese young men end women are aheadfM
.r.g to provide icr hjcher educcticr. for K
cbjsdtea. Thouscncs c: pcrents already hc-
recl^ed the tengle results of a sus:a:r.ec
:er^ 3ond buying prcgrcm through the yec
We endorse the ?_ Defense Bond Drh
September 3 th.-cugh Cctcber 27cr.d -A
z'J. am readers -c appotl .t to the grectes; a|
r:e-e poeribto. Bayiag ~efer.se Bcr.:= r.elps cjl
Aiased Form Mian ow childrer. s h-x-e-l
ar.e ^eeps Amer:ca strcr.g and Independent



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brew Academy Klass Sees Competition Between
DiNcusMrd On \VFEC' u iA a--jd j n tl* ^
UJA And Bond Drive This Fall
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IN THE MAIL
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tt. a former s
Wetm rtattdkj
" al !r.tervie\i
Sino tart I the Eoodil
' we. it ;:. : thai Israeli ieadt-.-- ere not I
than sympathetic its an[
and thu feeling has r. :
e drive's .-.vxpecMdli
weak showing Ir. v- light a* J
*act the UJA r. redoubk
10, :$o: ru efforts, bu: : agb a
-;-: --"> -.-: Editoi shown
a comparative basis Israel ri
Barton's Ship
Candy To Israel

Wed-
. Septerxh*
-
-*--ss WeMB B:~ Adieu
-- :i" -". rai
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wen
-' '-- .' Jerusalen, Isratl '*---- continuing to view the CM
V .:- Rehabihtatior. Center' ol Spring and early Sj'sb
Jerusalen efcrt Ttius. Mr. Kli-- -tated.tbi
Theat appeali are unaothoriaed VJA *"i 2!?infly '* ]1
the jWah ununirrof I?ffi devf,e** ^5
Goiter Ma .-red rxit to E 5* ''> be MJ
- ffeU^thS ^.^^osphere : tnisc-
anj aaapaiga for funds coming **}. ,,
the attention of members o' ''twing tr.e e< rtatfi
-t community be unmecnateiy toja, the executwe*
Greater Miami '
Z.:r-
i_ T*r-r Hibre*
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BBguage t zi-. i: : :-.; ~
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Monument Is Unveiled

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2^a and 5---V5 r;r utaei are-------------------------------------------
r: it Banes i aj r- ._
~~~- '--* Max1 Met Base Baahaaa. .- -' -. v-
>-- :
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,-: Z '"* been the posit
that orthwfle
? :mt erviees aptxi:-
mpMn
frameworkef .
all these agen- ,,r *""' _j:,: &*
+Jmtst fkrkiior
*.t v^> F-J. 'f*.'?
f T- f .h Flo' 3 J" "ST
cation ef ^tho?Sd ^^^T.^^.V-VA7"^;9
:iir.;. rily be accomplKhed J< ut -= Jg
,-.-*-- *r :- cooperation from the M!'r *"*' ,r* iS^Jw
our Jewuh commun' Ka^aJSrS 2*
- ---. o .efusal to contribute to *<. Eatrfm.i a-"": ,,',
ad c-


MORRIS KLASS.
Executive Director.
Greater Mn
Federation.
=^eV Zc-oxc Center Shop
r.- jwisa rv-= ,0,^" _;;:
er Miami Jewish ft"**-* xy^ ^-Hlrp
suaaCwtPTios R*TLie
rr^r*".i; &- -tSi-: A Bast) Hacsaos
Bn^x.^ Bartend sh, ,,,->. Ta- Oec- V
" V:rr. K^ _-
"fc ;"~>m.^-; -aoer
FPiDt SHOCHET
UW rt^g^.
CFFTCE and PLANT
12C N. t Siri Street
tL''\ ^hgioas'oSectit TeJephon- 2-1T41-2-8212
J rayer shawls, memorial ---------- -----------"
= rs. cazi^< aM vsnn.au m.u_. ..-______ .. .^r
- Z-n-ra Jewish Center. 44 i
~m-mmot f*atra Avenue. Coral Gables.'
-"-i the opening of rts'
__ -:. ---: will fe-ture a
- b"-~ -"J" 2-----*5 *"** y>es. Children's VOLUlfE 24 NL'IIBEB j
txir.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1951
*Je*%iitfkrfdHan
Hebrew Aradrinv
Appoints Zalish
Mr. Pinchus Zalish, noted
scholar and educator, joined the
staff of The Hebrew Academy,
Q18 Sixth Street, Miami Beach,
Florida, it was announced by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of The Academy.
Mr. Zalish, a native of Poland,
\f. widely known for his educa-
tional studies; scholarly treatises
and many translations of classi-
er) Hebrew works. He was a stu-
dent of the Hebrew Seminary of
Lodz and also a student of the
University of Tuebingen, Ger-
n any, where he later became an
! instructor of Rabbinical litera-
I ture.
Prior to his arrival in the Unit-
| ed States nine years ago, he
t; ught in the Hebrew gymnasium
I in Lodz and in Lisbon, Portugal,
[where he was principal for ten
years of the Sephardic Hebrew
[Lay School. For the past two
years, Mr. Zalish has been princi-
Eal of the Hebrew school in
righton, Mass., and an instructor
bn the Chofez Chaym school in
\i ston.
Mr. Pinchus Zalish now re-
t.dis at Miami Beach with his
1; mily.
[Zcmora Center Party
A joint party sponsored by the
It r.'s Club and Sisterhood of the
mora Jewish Center will be
ii )d on Saturday, September
15th at 8:30 p.m.. 44 Zamora Av-
nue. Coral Gables.
Murray Barson and Mrs. Eli
ll'jnbinder are co-chairmen of the
{party arrangements.
>
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*#
.
Robert A. Nabatoff was Bar
itvah last Saturday at Beth
Javid Congregation. A recep-
tion followed at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Nabatoff. Robert attends
the Shenandoah Junior High
tcnool and is in the 8th grade.
Miami and Miami Beach's
Finest and Largest
Jewish Funeral Home
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MEMORIAL CHAPEL
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Gables Center To
(live Art Course
Free Art Classes are announced
by the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, 320 Palermo, Coral Gables.
Still Life and Portrature will be
taught by Mrs. Morris Skop and
Mrs. Sol Halpert.
Classes will start September
19th and will be held each
Wednesday night of the year
from 8 to 10 p.m. All interested
residents of the area and mem-
bers of the Center are welcome
to attend.
Mrs. Halpert studied art at
the Moore Institute of Philadel-
phia and in the art department
of the University of Miami. Mrs.
Skop studied at the National
Academy of N.Y. and at the Art
Students League. She won the
first award in portrature in the
State of Florida in 1938. She has
exhibited in New York, Cleve-
land and Palm Beach.
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Entrance on Washington Avc
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
"Strictly Ne'ghbors'

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BELIEVE It ;? BOT
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the H Albert
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people 1 ^ -......:--'
Tubis. (it-lb Take
Marriage Vows
Or. Banda? September 2nd.
Paula Gelb became the
-r.::e .' Ml R hard Tubis Rab-
Evei performed me cere-
Newlv wed M a is the
Arthur Gelb. 511
v. Miami She
-.arriage : be*
Hn L( : Mr Tubis is
son of M Mrs Louis
-. o B i Avenue
H- w studying
H School of Opto-
phis Tennessee.
in Weinkle. brother-
I (be gran B was best
mar.
The new couple will reside in
Memphis after a short trip to New
York- ___________________
Delegate Returns
Local deiegate to the National
. v: Jewish Consumptives'
Relief Society, Mrs. John J. Lun-
as* returned home from a
e in Denver and will
report to her auxiliary on Octob-
er 8th it the Seacomber.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rub
stein. 4064 N.W. 4th Street. Mi-
ami, will observe their Gcld
Wedding Anniversary on W
tember ISth. Their larnily iB.
dude a son. Harry Rubemteia.
Boston, and daughters Moil*
Kushner. Natalie Sugsrmu
and Jeen Sherman of Bomob
and Tallahassee. Mr. Rubei
stein is one of the charter m*a.
bets of the Flagler-Gruudi
Jewish Community Center taj
a life honorary board member.
t '-.
tace
ire Be: Tel-A Met
---.-.: -.- -1 He s terra manager
'.- -..- -Haj .. The eei rcngmg =.-.-- the countrj
. : igncuiture and hearsed
.- 1- '.'.'. b Homestead I hard about jr hj
re n't be rod ... i
aABTFOHX). TCC
paper regarding ; Jacksonville-Miami turnpike
sserve (at long time Hartforc-Miarr.:
avaible. out fellai .: s there S bn I am
- : -? -.-. fneadi in Hartford Millie
r.d Harry B in vheo tbej revea ed their nster-m-
i be* =>r: rot foi yean Another quicc
-" '-' i i' Block away Mrs Fkscbex jo*t
it in Havana. =: the Vedado b me
-er son E the former Phyllis J'- Seaei 7 : Ei.ter. Ruth F:s<.'.t.- David .: -.-.-
'-.:-. -:---- ::-.-. -
--' -= "-- M the CarliHar Hotel ;= Hartterd i
,; S^" S Dun&i the waaon j .. find bun at the Park
'. Hartford crowd's pel >::.- s:eas *r\ ris T_e
' the ngbl prli Behmd me
l- ----- Bettj rod Phil Levi, -.- it-aative Mat.-
_" the maddest umatarare, rhoa ddd '. rned b
Hartford but .:- Mn Jac -. Tarkor, r.i Phil'i oadei bretfa-
Isaer bruliani bob ABaa J Earnest, is an m-
" I on a '. reel Bettj was as pieased roe aaid
a you and Brett come U oaner rifM away tad U:..
-. tr.e :a~..y- Ar.: I -rooied my perfect replv' Expect
- ..-. -- rr-cutes. Bafc
Bettj and Phil leave thu week fee a >. . i I
_ Final Hartford -- i- -- at the lastaonaMe boms 'A Mabie
"-'' Fishman anotner annual winter visitor here with
r.usbard Hj
LOCALITES:
Ihe Jc -..- Duntovi gc ne '.ate Batutslay (torn Menvpnu
;' --"" '---'-' :- --. : ri'-T'T. Warkmen'i Circk
-'-' etarj Ttntuft a?n (root him u mat ike
- .'..-.ferenee takes -.i-e .-. Miami Bead .-.:: tre garizi-
:.-' s:e building i kip camp
'" La^e ChickamauM 25 miles outsad attan .-. build-
ing an Old Aged Home bere I r ddei r-re~.-.e: I B irtheni
* .' *
Sor.-objective pami
out Grove art rtudic H.- = already exe^.:.r. i
-and a huge one-mai
PLEASE TELL ME:
-- hat is nguagi the bora on the ca:
"';' -" ---- l and "-: i.. -tanec
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Miss Smith Bride
Of Email lie I Seitlin
Stqrirj Rae Smith be-
- bridV :' Ml Emanuel
S Seithn last Sunday Tne ed-
ting took plite at the Phillis
y.izz Stadio .- Coral Gables, and
i Shapiro '.'.::med
T- I rean MkM Smith :s the
daughtex .'. Mrs Rose B. Smith
a-2 iate J Victor Smith of
6065 S w lad Street She arm
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- Her matron of hor.or was
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bridssmaadB, Mrs Eugene Som-
berg ar.d Mrs Gary Schlesinger
Mr. Seitlin is the son of Mr
rod Mn Harry Seitlin of 537
SW Ilth Street. After graduat-
ing from Miami Senior High
School, he attended Tulane L'n:-
kfl the University of
Miami His best man was Mr
Irving Zi.citerrr.an of Hollywood.
7. -ida.
Personally Speaking
September vacation arrivals ed Dunciaggan Inn HaMaM
sor.vilie North Carolina, include Mi. and Mrs. Abe Rubis. Mi J
ar.c Mrs. Irving Westin. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harris, Mr and Mis.
L Caskill and Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Cantor.
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Judge and Mrs. I. N. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. B W. Slott j
will rerurn to their homes in Mknni Beach after havi.-.g veco- j
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Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei will leave Monday by trcal
for Hot Springs. Arkansas. They will be at the Arlinc:on Kosdl
until after Yom Kippur and will return home lor Sukkoth.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weisman. 947 Washingtor. Avecw I
Miami Beach, returned from their two-month vacation a: Zeiget'ij
Fallsburg. New york.
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On vacation at the home of her brothei-in-krw cr.d dkagj
Mr. and Mrs. Max Handshu. 200 S.W. 17th Terrace, Miami, a|
Miss Ethel Lippman of Mt. Carmel. Pennsylvania.
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F. Gardner. They left last Saturday. .
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronatein. 1751 lames Avenue. M>|
ami Beach, have returned home after-a three-mon'h stcy is i
New York.
*
Mrs. Ben Clem. 4360 S. W. 1st Street, played host to bed I
members of the Flagler-Granadc Jewish Community Ceniei
Women's Group at her home recently.
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fFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 19S1
1 I i
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erson ally Speaking .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prusoff celebrated their 35th weddinq
miversary last Sunday with a barbecue held at the home
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Prusoff
851 S.W. 42nd Street. Residing at 3300 S.W. 18th Street, the
tusoffs have another son, William, and daughter-in-law, Brig-
\te. who live in Cleveland, Ohio, with their two children, Linda
S3 and Susan. Among the guests at the party were Mr. and
Jrs. Emanuel Fineman who have just returned from a two
lonth vacation trip to New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic
fity- The Finemans celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary
bt August 16th. '
* *
The Sunset Guest Ranch at Narcoossee, Florida, played
Bst to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and their two sons, Richard
nd Josh, during the Labor Day weekend. Whh them to enjoy
-? fishing and horseback riding were Counselor and Mrs.
ilvin Englander, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Bukstel and Mr. Sarri
binsky.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Liebman of Brighton, Massachusetts, an-
kunce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, to Dr Arthur
Sne, son of Mrs. Phillip Stone and the late Phillip Stone of
vlumbus, Ohio, and Miami. '
* *
Among Labor Day weekend guests at the Delano Hotel
Te Congressman William Lantaff and his wife; Mr. and Mrs
ry MillerMr. Miller is a former mayor of Miami Sprina3:
and Mrs. Harold Turk-Mr. Turk is a former mayor of
Sam. Beach; and Mr. Walter Keyes. chairman of the Florida
^ite Improvement Board.
* *
Off to the Hadassah convention in Atlantic City is Mrs
tteda Newman. She will visit her son and daughter-in-law
r. and Mrs. Arnold Newman of New York before attendinq
organization matters. "
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marshall and their daughter. Sharon
I Asbury Park, New Jersey, are visiting Mr. Marshall's parents!
and Mrs. Phillip Marshall. 3760 N. W. 1st Street Ac-
ipanying them are Mrs. Marshall's parents. Mr. and Mrs
km Sherman, also of Asbury Park.
*
MrJCLnd ^ E1laS Gurfein' 1231 Euclid Avenue, have just
turned from New \ork where they attended the weddinq of
fe:r granddaughter, Phyllis Gurfein to Mr. Harold Gilstone
le newly wed Mrs. Gilstone is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs'
fvid Gurfein.
* *
Babette Cirlin. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bark B. Cirlin 1754
bndian Avenue, will board the S Argentina on September 20th
a 38-day cruise to Trinidad. Sao Paulo. Rio, Montevideo and
mIL n 6S" "ft,*8 a gift of her P11*8 for graduation
- the University of Miami where Babette majored in psycho-
homnoreWaS 9Cted Mi3S Universy of Miami during her
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno and daughter, Juliette. 755
M.Road. Miami Beach, returned home after an extended
to New York, New Jersey and Atlanta where they stayed
Ih relatives and friends.
... *
Miss Dorothy Pepper. 1683 S.W. 17th Street, left last Mon-
t En9 ueWu Yrk and Whington where she will
inTtSS" SSL b,rtheJr' *rthur' has recen,1y ^aduated from
-mi nigh School and will soon enter the University of Flor-
* -*t
>kAwi! MU'h ?S HoteL Miami Beach- for the Lai** Day
* TSASf ^rs-0scar Greene- *** Greene has n
wn to New York where she will visit her mother and family.
return, she will stop at Washington. D.C. to visit her
* *
hS" Zd^u- ?6u P- Kazen' 3524 SW' 3rd Avenue. an-
l'Auait Sh SL V1 Sn; Ralph Romano- who arrived
f. Sa2 OlJvia.Ka2en famUy QlSO lndudeS tW daU^|
s i u *
IsSm 21 Was the birth date of Rabbi a"d Mrs.!
Kl lS255 ,hlrd ChUd' l3SePh ***' who was named'
\ihZ S ,eacher at the Yeshiva. The -boy arrived
Wtung nme-pounds, ten ounces.
Religious Classes At
Gables Center To Be
Held On The Sabbath
I At a special Board Meeting
.held on Tuesday. September 4th
I at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter attended by the Educational
Committee, Rabbi Skop, Cantor
.Robinson and Board Members, a
resolution was passed to hold re-
ligious school classes from the
sixth grade upwards on Saturday
mornings at 9:00 a.m.
The first hour .of Sabbath
Morning will be devoted to study
and discussion in Bible. Jewish
; History and Hebrew Readings un-
jder the supervision of qualified
teachers. The balance of the
'mornmg will be devoted to a
regular Shabbat Morning Relig-
ious Service conducted by the
Rabbi and Cantor in a way that
the children may participate ac-
tively.
Israelite PTA Offers
Membership Social
The PTA of the Israelite Cen-
ter will have as its guest speak-
er at a Membership Social, Satur-
day, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 15th, Mr. Ben
Essen, noted attorney and humor-
ist, according to an announce-
ment by the Program Chairman,
Mrs. Doc Rose.
The complete program for the
evening is as follows:
Opening AddressMrs. David
Goldberg.
Musical selection Ann Sper-
ling.
Dancing and Acrobaticslittle
Barney Levine.
Where Shall I goVocal selec-
tion by Andrew Kornreich.
The Baby's Lullaby (in pan-
, tomime)-----George Kessler.
The Chorus Sam Ezrol,
George Kessler, Sam Sandier.
Doc Rose. Sam Herman, Myer
Stussman.
Guest speaker. Ben Essen, will
speak on the "Necessity of a Re-
ligious Training."
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Arnold Edward August, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry August.
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tember 15th. at the Beth David
Synagogue. A reception will
follow at the Syrian Lebanon
Club.
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Hebrew School where he will
go on with his work under the
instruction of Mr. Gaydon.
Aronovitz, Losner
Wed In Asheville
In Asheville, North Carolina,
on August 22nd, a marriage of
much interest to Miamians took
place when Lillian Aronovitz be-
came the bride of Monroe Losner
in ceremonies held in the study
of the Rabbi of Beth Tephila Con-
gregation.
Lillian, wearing an orchid suit
and shoes complemented by a
pink hat and gloves, was at-
tended by her cousin, Joyce Aro-
novitz, of Asheville, while Paul
Losner was best man for his
brother. A reception at the Jew-
ish Center followed. More than -
seventy-five guests enjoyed the
buffet and dancing.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz,
2130 S.W. 21st Avenue; Mr. Los-
ner's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Losner. 1814 Brickell Av-
enue.
Among the Miamians attending
the reception, in addition to the
bride and groom's parents, were
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz,
uncle and aunt of the bride, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Losner, brother
and sister-in-law of the groom,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stollman,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Mrs. May
Sabel.
Following a honeymoon tour
through Tennessee, Georgia and
Florida, the newlyweds are resid-
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a short time until plans for their
own home are completed.
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
fcnviighl 19."il, Jewlxh Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
/here I am vacationingup in
inesota we have just gone
tough a storm. You may have
Id about it in the newspapers.
n-as one of those storms to tell
iir grandchildren about. All
bund me for blocks the streets
littered with uprooted trees.
and move a tree and see how
you'll get. Let a dozen, two
ten men try to pull up a tree
d they might as well try to
Jive the Empire State Building,
It this storm came along and in
few minutes yanked them out
Ticker than a dentist could yank
lir.any teeth. And the strangest
j-t about it is that the big,
lehty trees were the ones which
kre uprooted. The slender,
Jailer ones stood firm.
lAnel so I take my text this'
orning from Scripture, "How
. the mighty fallen."
The strong are not as strong as
lev think. The weak have a
i ngth of thtir own. Have a
I th which they know not
the test comes. The Bible
the same thing ir. many
. Beside the text which I
just quoted, the same
lou^ht is embraced in the verse.
The race is not to the swift nor
, ,. battle to the strong."
fin the case of the trees referred
the fact that the bigger ones
re the chief casualties, is to be
(plained by the fact that the
r.allir, slenderer ones were more
Ipple and also the exparsive fol-
|ge of the bigger trees served
a kind of fan providing lever-
for the storm to manipulate.
"But the explanation doesn't
latter. Smallness can be an as-
fet. That is the important thing.
le ancient mammoth, the dino-
Surs are extinct. They were too
fighty. They couldn't stand the
bff. Life as Darwin taught, pro-
EdLS for the survival of the fit-
st, and often the smallest are
he fittest.
| The Biblical thought in more
odern times, I think, was most
rmly advanced by Brandeis
too, you remember, thought the
pmary economic evil was "big-
fcss." Brandeis concluded that
, big business was inefficient,
id Brandeis' was no mere theor-
Of all the pre-eminent law-
ers of this country, it was
randeis, I believe, who demand-
more statistics, more raw
kct. He was an efficiency ex-
ert.
A friend of mine recently told
> of a grocer who made quite
success. My friend asked the
Irocer how could he face the
smpetition of the big chain
lores. The small grocer replied
hat the chain stores never wor-
ked him, that their bigness made
iem unwieldy. That he could
love quicker than they to adjust
Jjmself to the constantly fluctu-
|ting market, and so on. Which
WgestS that it is here that Karl
I u x made one of his blunders.
Brandeis carried this antipathy
(o.vird bigness to all avenues.
Rule others were saying that
Palestine was too small for a
l.'wish homeland, Brandeis ar-
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gued that this smallness was ad-
vantageous. He thought you
could do things in a s.T.all coun-
try which were not so easily
done in a larger one. Today in
Europe, it is the smaller coun-
tries like Sweden and Switzer-
land which seem to offer a little
hope.
This counter thought to ex-
pansion, the idea of restricting
one's self, of cultivating smallness
became a kind of polar star in
Brandeis' scheme of living. He
liked to quote Goethes apothegm,
"In der beschreinkung, zeigt
sich erst der Meister." (Ihe gen-
ius is first to be recognized in
his delimitation of his field.)
The Midrash tells us that God
chose the small Mt. Sinai for His
revelation because God delights
in humility. But who knows, the
Great God may have done it for
more material reasons. Perhaps
the Ribono shel Olam is an ef-
ficiency expert.
ibdli^uvqi^hJEIliDJpidliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1951
SEC. B
Bond Rally Raises $15,000 In Miami;
Harman Predicts Israel Sufficiency
Israel will achieve a large
measure of economic, self suf-
ficiency by 1954 if the $500,000,-
000 Independence Bond Issue is
Morning Journal
Returns To Press
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)A
rare event in Yiddish journalism
would be used only for invest- took place last week when the
ment capital to increase facilities Morning Journal, which ceased
, ., i its ODeration five months ago be-
for agricultural and Industrial Uu^ financial difficulties, re-
successful, Avraham Harman told production. Money needed for sumed publication with ar. ad-
sorr.e 1,000 Greater Miamians i relief and philanthropic purposes packed 20-page issue.
InrH^fr/ifrL ftL"iha wil1 continue to be raised by the The resumption of publication
5?fii rally aboard the ... of the Orthodox daily, in sharp
Pnns Valdemar, the Israel Em- UnJ?w A?*faL I contrast to the decline of the
bassy counsellor stated that Is- Seymour B. L.ebman. cr.air- Yiddish duri the t 2g
rael already had obtained nolit- man of the Council of Organiza-I years, was made possible by the
If8; *ln? .J" iry indepe,nde."cS tions. and Dr. Morris Goodman, raising of S140.000 in time to
but that the policy of unlimited hairir-an of lm? Greater Miami i meet a court-set deadline. Of that
immigration has cut her stand- | Committee for Bonds of Israel j sum. $25,000 came from Benja-
ard of living to a level of auster- Government, presided at the ral-! min Browdy. president of the
Israel Zionist
District Installs
New Oiticers
Over two hundred people at-
tended dinner this past Thursday
at the Miami Beach Athletic Club
in honor of the Israel Zionist Dis-
trict. ZOA. The presentation of a
chaiTl-r was made by Adalbert
Freedman, Southeastern Regional
Director, and the officers were in-
stalled by Rabbi Jacob J. Honig
of Hollywood.
Fred Jonas served as chairman
of the evening and as master of
ceremonies with Alex Van
Straaten acting as co-chairman.
Mr. Jonas' narration of gems of
humor was excellently received.
Seymour B. Liebman delivered a
brief address on an understand-
ing of Israel and its people and
problems today, and Ed Snyder
followed with musical entertain-
ment.
Rabbi Honig, preceding the in-
stalltion, stressed the need of or-
ganized Zionism in this country
to concern itself with the eco-
nomic problems of Israel, as well
as supplying a corps of intelligent
American Jews who would strive
to maintain Jewish culture in
America.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, the new
President of the District, followed
Rabbi Honig with an outline of
the forthcoming year's activities
for the Israel Zionist District.
iy-
Zionist Organization of America.
ity.
Harman stated that the Israel
electorate will never put into
power any government which
would limit the open door pol-
icy "to any Jew anywhere in
the world seeking refuge with
dignity."
More than 700,000 Jews have
'seen admitted to Israel in three
and one-fourth years of her in-
dependence. This has doubled
the population, Haiman pointed
out. He compared the figure
with the 600.000 Jews who made
the exodus from Egypt under
Moses.
Results of the recent general
election in Israel justified the
decision of the government to
grant the right to vote to all new
citizens. Extreme parties of both
the left and the right were de-
feated by large margins, Har-
man said, thus maintaining po-
litical stability.
Following Harman's talk and
an entertainment program head-
ed by comedian Milt Ross, the
crowd responded by purchasing
$15,800 in Israel Bonds, sending
South Florida's total to $637,100.
Earlier, at a brunch in the Sea
Gull Hotel Sunday morning, Har-
man remarked that although Officers of the Israel Zion District of Miami Beach. Seated
Premier David Ben-Gurion's ma- from left to right: Alex Van Straaten. treasurer; Dr. Louis G.
jority party openly classifies it- Lytton. president: Fred Jonas, vic't-presideni and membership
self as socialist, there has been | chairman. Standing from left to right: S. A. Goodman, rice
not a single instance of nation- j president; Seymour B. Liebman. chairman of the Board; David
alization since Israel's establish- | Goodman, corresponding secretary. Other officers not appearing
ment in May, 1940. i are Dr. H. R. Mechlowits. vice-president; Saul Genet, rice-presi-
Harman pointed out that mon- j dent: Harry Sons, financial k*cret:ry; Phillip Salmon, recording
ey realized from the bond issue secretary.________________________________________________________,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1951
* Jewish fhrkhar
PAGE 3 a
Cantor Receives
Phi Epsilon Pi
I National Award
Eddie Cantor, world-famed en-
| nment artist of stage,
n. radio and television, has
received the 1951 National Serv-
|j, v Award of Phi Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity. Announcement of Can-
It selection as the person who
in the past year has made "the
finest contribution to the essen-
|t;.il Jewish life of America," was
Imade Friday by Judge Samuel
ll. Rosenman of New York City,
former U.S. presidential advisor
lard chairman of the selection
committee, in a report to the
organization's 47th Anniversary
Convention at the Roney Plaza
Hotel. ,
While Eddie Cantor is princi-
pally known and loved as the
jean of the entertainment world,
having spent more than 25 years
in show business, he has built a
soild-wide reputation for his
civic and charitable activities as
well. He has been honored by
many civic organizations for his
contributions to better under-
standing among races and creeds,
and is always ready to play a
benefit for any worthy cause.
The award to Eddie Cantor
tvas the lVth to be given by the
national fraternity. Since he was
i to rome to the convention
jue to television show commit-
| the award was presented
, :,..:. in absentia. Cantor's good
.. :. Kerb Rau, entertainment
I" <:t >r of the Miami Daily News,
icttd as his representative when
St was presented.
Phi Epsiloa Pi is a national
social fraternity consisting of 37
undergraduate and 35 alumni or-
ganizations throughout the coun-
try. The fraternity was founded
in 1904 at City College of New
oik and, in 47 years, has grown
.) a membership of 9,700 under-
graduates and alumni.
Junior Hadassah
I Airs Conference
Plans for a cocktail party were
liscussed by the newly formed
junior Hadassah unit of Miami
ieaeh on Thursday, September
at the home of Miss Annette
NJelich, 727 Michigan Avenue.
Shirley Gerstein, temporary,
chairman of the group presided.
An informal discussion was
ed by the Misses Annette Melich,
dy Friedman, Jan Zeeman
ni Selma Lewis relative to the
DUthern Regional Conference
Jd at the Sorrento Hotel over
Labor Day week. Installed to
egional positions were Miss An-
utte Melch, secretary; Miss San-
Fivedman, Young Judaea
Chairman; and Miss Selma Lewis,
Fund raising chairman, all mem-
bers ol the Miami Beach Unit
|o: Junior Hadassah,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER u. m
Mount Sinai Announces Opening
Of Tumor Study Research Clinic
Continuing it* policy : :r.axi:v.u:;i comn'.unr.y service in the
th field." Max OTOVitz. President of Mount Sinai Hospital of
Greater M nnotineed the opening on ^edr., -pi. o\n. 01
a Tumor Clinic at Mount Sinai. The purpow of this Clinic will be
the earlj detection a) pt. prop, ent of cancer ana
not growths. of tre
"R Departmenu I Radiology, Sur-
-tee* of Mount S kjj elated
in the las) Represa I
' tives of the will
one nosl
that there is i i iltative
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ttctuded.
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cureof N -
-- : -: ? p, | y unt Sinai's Board
of Trustees, Mr Orovitz said.
"that the Tumor Clinic which
has been set in motion at this
time will help prevent some of
the unnecesary deaths caused by
this disease.
It will be the aim of the
ll'lir'\\ \<;ul'mv
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Registration
inching the ftftti year of
- /?'.%?' th* HospiUl and Mount Sinai's
.:. I*':? ^ medical staff so that full advan-
r_-"lr: : :age can be taken of the scientific
-. "*, -/ .' i -^ i gains that have beer, made in the
: *"* field of cancer, a disease which
kills 215.000 Americans every
.-.-- A i Jer S Gross, > i
t the A stated
The eighteen teen-age Judeans who returned from Israel after a two month study and work
tour and attended their National Senior Conwantion held at Camp Blue Star, HendersonvUlt. N.C
last August 29 through September 2nd. This group left in July to travel, study and work with Is-
raeli tor and girl scouts. They are. first row. left to right: Charles Krolotf. Atlanta. Ga.; Barry
Ginsberg. Canton. Ohio: Millicent Rubenstein (National Young Judea staff member). Bayonne. NJ_-
Baruch LeTine. Brooklyn. N.Y.: Elisabeth Simkowita, Miami Beech, Fla.; Marion Bear. Orlando. Fla;
Marcia Gross. Miami Beach, Fla.; Norman Meyers. Perth Amboy. NJ.: I standing on steps) Hilltl
Friedman. Long Island. N.Y.: Sonya Firstenberg, New Rochelle. N.Y.; Sidney Shankman Memphis.
Term.: Hy Tabachnick. Erie, Pa.: Basha Mackler. Camden. N.J.: Delores Chernoff. Miami. Fla.: Mick-
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land. N.Y.: 8herry StembeVg. Brooklyn. N.Y.______________________________________________________ _____
year Gelvans Give Torah
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Haifa Is Subject Of
Sunday's Yiddish Hour
A special report on the state
of Israel was the subject of
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Classical Hour. At noon today.
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report on the Japanese Treaty
during the What's Doing In The
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At noon or. Sunday. September
16th. the Vistas Of Israel feature
ill .:esent highlights on the city
of Haifa and a transcribed mter-
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PHIDAY; SEPTEMBER 14. 1951
>Jewi$t>f/cr*Wa,n
PAGE $B
Enterprising American Family
Offered New Deal In Israel
NEW YORKA fully equipped model farm in" the lush, flat
coastal area near Tel Aviv is waiting for an enterprising American
family with a yen for the bucolic, the desire to take a new lease on
life in Israel and $5,000 in cash.
The farm is one of 100 seven-and-a-half acre tracts comprising
a new "mishav ovdim" (small-holders village) designed exclusively
lor American settlers with a lim- .
found only in Israel. The individ-
ual farmer owns his home, stock,
land and the smaller tools of his
trade. The community owns the
heavy equipment and utilities.
All marketing of products and
purchases are effected on a co-
operative basis but the proceeds
of the sale acme to the individ-
ual.
jlcd amount of money to invest.
The project, sponsored bv the Is-
lael Government, the Jewish
Agency and Histadrut, is being
established on land provided by
the Jewish National Fund on a
lereditary leasehold.
The American family settling
in the new moshav will move in-
to a large three and a half room
home as modern as any in the
States. They will And two cows
jn their barn, a horse, a coop
full of poultry and an acre and
a quarter of planted citrus trees.-
All necessary equipment will be
there from chicken-feed to trac-
tor. The total financial invest-
ment required is $10,000, half
of which must be paid in cash
by the settling family while the
itst is obtainable, on a long term
loan, from the Jewish Agency.
The moshav is a type of co-
operative agricultural village ra An experienced instructor will
be stationed at the moshav to
help amateur farmers get the
hang of their new life. The vil-
lage will accommodate initially
about 60 farm families and about
26 specialists such as teachers,
a physician, nurse, mechanics,
etc., and their families.
The new moshav, yet unnamed,
is located near the town of B'er
Tuvia close to the Tel Aviv-Jeru-
salem highway. The soil is fer-
tile, water is plentiful and the
climate is one of the best in Is-
BoiMn Announces !\ew Study On
Racial Prejudice in Southwest
Publication of "Peoples of the fields, orchards and on construc-
Southwest: Patterns of Preju-
dice," by William Henry Cooke,
is announced bv Gilbert J. Bal-
kin. Director of the Florida Reg-
ional Office, Anti-Defamation
Leage of B'nai B'rith. A pene-
trating analysis of the sprawling
Southwest and the hundreds of
thousands of families who have
migrated there in a single gen-
eration, the publication is the
sixteenth in ADL's series of
Freedom Pamphlets dealing with
human relations themes. The
Pamphlet has been published by
the League in cooperation with
the American Education Fellow-
ship.
The Southwest today, writes
Dr. Cooke, is boom country, "a
fresh start" for many Americans
drawn by the magnetic economic
power of a fast-growing commun-
ity. This has made it particu-
larly attractive to minority
groups, and indeed, the South-
west has great need of large num-
bers of "undesirables" to perform
its many menial labors. Just as
in the last century Chinese labor
was imported to construct the
railroads, so today do Negroes
from the Deep South and Mexi-
cans predominate in the cotton
tion gangs.
But the economic awakening
of the area, says the author, who
is a professor of history at Clare-
mont College, California, has not
produced any concomitant social
renaissance. The pioneering spir-
it that might have impelled fam-
ilies to uproot themselves and
make the trek to the Southwest
has not inculcated the region with
any greater degree of democratic
life that comes from harmonious
group relations. On the contrary,
Dr. Cooke finds minority groups
in the Southwest these are Ori-
entals, Mexicans, Filipinos and
Negroes in particular heavily
burdened by the dominant preju-
dices which "majority" settlers
have brought with them, almost
as excess baggage to their house-
hold goods.
The patterns of prejudice
which Dr. Cooke finds in the
Southwest are, for the most part,
familiar in almost all other sec-
tions of the country. Since the
end of the year there has been
an increase in organized efforts
to promote harmonious relations
among the various racial and
ethnic groups moving into the
Southwest. What is needed, Dr.
Cooke says, is greater participa-
tion in such efforts by all ele-
ments of the community.
Copies of "Peoples of the
Southwest: Patterns of Preju-
dice," as well as other titles in
the League's Freedom Pamphlet
series, may be obtained at the
Florida Office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, 330 Sey-
bold Building, teleph-jne 3-6306.
New North Shore
Rabbi Welcomed
Mr. A. J. Kaplan acted as Mas-
ter of Ceremonies at a reception
for Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Abra-
mowitz, new spiritual leader of
the North Shore Jewish Center,
last Wednesday evening, at the
Sorrento Hotel. Leading Rabbis
and city officials were present to
welcome Rabbi and Mrs. Abra-
mowitz to our country.
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Nelson,
sang accompanied by Mr. Nel-
son's mother. The Center's choir,
under the direction of A. Louis
Mechlowitz, also performed. Mai
Malkin and his Orchestra of tfie
Sorrento Hotel, played the mujic
for dancing. Mrs. Jack Klinger.
hospitality chairman, directed the
affair.
.
died
SO THAT
THESE BONDS
COULD BE
BORN
Bonds are pretty much alike physically. They are made of paper and they are
printed with ink.
But when a bond is made of courage and signed with blood, it deserves special
attention. Like the Bonds now being offered in this country by the State of Israel.
For these Bonds bear the spiritual imprint left by heroic peoplea people who,
for centuries, knowingly embraced death so that Israel might some day live.
Today, Israel lives vigorously, proudly, vibrantlya country like the United States,
conceived in the passion of liberty. Yet the people of Israel do not want to hug this
freedom to themselves. They want to share it with otherswith 600,000 more of their
people, now homeless in other lands.
These 600,000 uill be brought to Israel in the next three years. To absorb them,
the country's industrial enterprises must be expanded. For these incoming thousands
do not want existence as wards of the state. They want a rewarding life as hard-working
members of a freedom-loving community.
And that is what these Bonds of Israel are all aboutto help this valiant nation
make a place in the sun of liberty for 600,000 more productive people. The kind of
people who already have created in Israel such* modern and diversified industries as:
A BUILDISG MATERIALS INDUSTRYcurrent^ producing window glass,
pre-cast concrete, plywood, eleilriial products, lo name /nil a few.
A METAL ASD CHEMICAL INDUSTRYbated on great deposits of mm-
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A TEXTILE INDUSTRYnow' exporting to Denmark, Sweden, Belgium
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E-ery time you invest in a State of Israel Bond, you invest in far more than a Wi%
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another guarantor of the dignity of man ... and so are its Bonds.
STATE OF

Further information, particularly financial information, i contained in
the Registration Statement filed with the Commiuion and in a MM
complete Prospectus which must be furnished to each purchaser and is
obtainable troro the undersigned.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
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Eye-Witness Reveals Facts About
Soviet Underground Jewish Life
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Morris Goodmaa. Right is Seymour B. I.iehrr.an
,-,ched
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eum- ra Jews spoke Yid-
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Inside Story Behind The Headlines
rrhe Not So Mysterious Mufti

jactual series exposing the cunning sworn enemy of Jewry by
istar reporter who interviewed him. .
By RUTH KARPF
(Noted Journalist, authoress and lecturer)
(Copyltbt 1951, American Jewish Press, all rights reserved)
his bid for world domina-
the Mufti's first target is
uses other popular preju-
s, far^s other hates among the
Jem peoples. He plays on
hatred of the British, whips
resentment against America,
their passions against all
Istians in the Middle East.
his first and r/iost popular
et is Jewry.
lie Jews, the Mufti has learn-
are both a traditional scape-
ar.d a very handy one. On
he has built his career,
fact, the career and the teen-
ies of Hitler and the story
[the story and methods of the
ti show a frighteningly strik-
I parallel.
pth of them started by falsi-
their background. Hitler by
ling that he was really a
nan and a "pure-blooded
i"neither of which he
-and the Mufti by claim-
khat he is a direct descendant
the Moslem Prophet Mo-
medwhich he isn't.
s claim of descent from the
jc t is an important political
in the religiously impas-
pci Middle East. I took the
le of checking the Mufti's
for that reason.
at the Husseinis claim is
cnt from Hussein, son of
3h Ali and Fatima, daughter
shammed. But "Ashraf," the
social register which keeps
of family origins of the
prominent in Islam, reveals
this is not true. 'Ashraf"
that the Mufti's family
Inates in the Yomen and its
1 n; :r,e is 'Aswad" which
ns "blacks."
jc Mufti's grandfather mar-
the daughter of a certain
notable called El Hus-
and. contrary to Moslem
bm, assumed his wife's name.
Ithis the Mufti capitalized to
that the El Husseini signi-
[ nt from Mohammed.
pis may sound like an unim-
ant detail here. But there was
kjor political showdown about
Si.uation some fifty years ago
| went all the way to the capi-
pf the thenTurkish Empire
decision.
ie of the traditional rival
lies of the Husseinis, the
crate. pro-Western Nashashi-
ivho have always resented
[Husseinis bogus claims as
as their radical politics,
the Turkish governor of
alem to request the Sublime
issue a decre forbidding
D-called Husseinis from us-
[the holy name. A pitched
l< oi curt intrigue followed
which unfortunately the Hus-
l won.
battle resulted in the en-
1 t of the Husseinis as a
important family and
filial confirmation of their
ley l.ut important claim of
ent from Mohammed.
B parallel with Hitler ear-
here. Just as Hitler,
Mufti staked his cards on the
popularity of anti-Semitism, on
the weakness of some Jews who
would rather lean over back-
wards twice than put up a fight
for their Judaism and on the
world's disinterest in Jewish per-
secution.
The Mufti banked on anti-
Semitism when he staged the
bloody riots against Jewry in
Palestine in 1921 and 1929, a self-
conscious Jew played into his
hands, trying to prove his "fair-
ness" through pardoning a man
who had been convinced of mur-
der a"nd arson and, in fact, push-
ing through his appointment as
Mufti of Jerusalemover an op-
ponent who received a greater
measure of support from the peo-
ple themselves. The Jew was Sir
Herbert Samuel, British High
Commissioner of Palestine at the
time. It was he who gave Amin
el Husseini the final boost to
political power that he needed to
really get going on his "holy
war" against the Jews. Much as
certain groups of German Jews
preferred to give money to the
Nazi Party in the thirties to dem-
onstrate how truely "German"
they were.
Just as Hitler, the Mufti also
banked on world disinterest in
Jewry's fateand won. He or-
ganized the anti-Jewish riots of
1936-39 which most of the world
let ride as just another up-to-date
version of pogroms. Only this
once the Jews themselves fought
back, and by 1938 the Mufti re-
alized that he would have to
transfer his operational head-
quarters and himself to more
powerful allies than the bandit
tribesmen who did his dirty work
for the sum of 10 pounds a head.
He joined the Fascists. He or-
ganized the pro-Nazi rebellion of
Iraq in 1941ducked out iato
the Japanese Legation in Iran
when it floppedand high-tailed
it to Italy. Mussolini agreed to
have him set up a pro-fascist
radio propaganda and espionage
net work for the strategic Middle
East and he did such a good job
that Hitler asked to have the val-
uable services of the Mufti at his
dispossal.
In Germany, he worked out the
.r'azis' master plan for the exter-
mination of Jewry, in collabora-
tion with Himmler and Eichman.
This was revealed in the Nurem-
berg trials where he was also
branded as a major war criminal.
But he had managed to es-
cape to France and the French
who were playing their own Med-
itteranean politics against the
British at that time decided
they'd let the Mufti"escape." He
"escaped" to Egypt, walked into
King Farouk's palace and said, "I
am sure Your Majesty will find
my exile in Egypt profitable."
For a while, at least, King
Farouk did. His anti-British,
ar.ti-Christian and, of course,
anti-Israel policies dove-tailed
with the Mufti's own plans. It
was in fact the Mufti who really
pressured the Arab League into
attacking Israel and also cleverly
maneuvered King Farouk in par-
ticular to speed his Egyptian
armies against the Jews.
When they returned licked, re-
lations as between the Palace and
the Mufti became somewhat
strained; but already the Mufti
had became a Frankenstein who
could no longer be controlled. To-
day, responsible politicians or
wise statesmen in every one of
Arab countries who can and do
see clearly that their future lies
in alliance with the West, in mod-
eration and in domestic reform,
find their hands forced bv the
fanatical blue-eyed, red-bearded
plotter who sits In his scrumptu-
ous villa exile outside Cairo,
guarded by 26 body guards, "re-
ceives" prominent visitors from
every part of the Moslem world
commands a strong-arm move-
ment of 600,000 men, has the
most infammatory propaganda
line in the Arab world, and owns
a speedy DC 3 airplane in which
he Hies around the Arab world
and spreads his diabolical doc-
trine.
The game which the rulers of
the Arab world plaved with the
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Moscow------and everyone in the
Middle East knows it. And none
of the Arab leaders dare make a
move against' Tiim.
Abdullah was the only one who
had the courage to stand up to
him. He has been murdered. Be-
fore he died he warned, "The
Mufti will lay us at the mercy
of the Russians."
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Doperation with the Evening
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is no registration or tuition
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Lj -ing ;md conducting a
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Mr. Isadore
Hube n sloin
will be "Sha-
chree*" dur-
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Granada Jew-
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ritnaries
IS P. I'KASSON. M.D.. D.D.S.
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local hospital on the 7th. He Is
red by his wife. Anna: one son.
loseph I'lasson; one daughter.
Marne Martin; one sister. Dr.
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Ing his retirement from nrsc-
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pen were conducted Sunday in
llaml Riverside". W. F'lagler St.
;ith Ave.. with Kabbl Morris
>friiiatlng. Interment followed
Nebo Temetery.
MRS. LENA WOI.BERO
173 Marseille Drive, who came
five years ago from Chit-ago.
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bed I'v her daughter. Birdie Ko-
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>:.!, it.i -erviees and Interment.
IRA KIOINSTKIN
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September 4th. He leaves his
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Beth David PTA
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The Beth David P.T.A. will
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at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
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Jerome Gordon. Beth David
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Rabbi Skop Addresses
Kadima Pioneer Group
The first meeting of Kadima
Chapter Pioneer Women, was
held on Thursday, September 13
at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Eleanor Klei-
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'd Rank, New Jersey
llnrlK Bennett Doughty, are
notified that a Bill of Com-
,, invoice has filed against
,,l vou re required to serve
,f vmir Answer or I'leadlnK
riiill of Complaint on the Dlalnt-
[ e, STEPHEN P. KE8K-
K-.M u.st Flagler St.. Miami.
Lnd rile "" original Answer or
k In the office of the Clerk
bruit Court n or before the
v"if September, 1931. if you
j,, so judgment by default will
.,, it il'isl vou for tne relief
Eed In the Hill of Complaint.
R? AND ORDERED at Miami,
' this 12th day of September.
*SI |.: B, LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
Court Seal)
r'v c. n wilson.
Deputy Clerk.
1.28 10/3
BTICE BY PUBLICATION
Je CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
VlDA. IN AND FOR DADE
DUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
, NO. 143763
|AM Mc.IENKINS. Plaintiff.
"M..IKNKINS' Defendant.
YPIA McJENKINS.
iKSIDKNCE UNKNOWN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,rc requlnsd to serve a copy
i answer to the BUI of Com-
for Divorce on the plaintiff's
v and to file the original
the office of the Clerk of
rcull Court on or before the
J4 ,,r October, a.d. 1931; other-
mil of Complaint for Dl-
heretofore filed herein, will be
,,. [onfeseed by you
,1 at Miami. Florida, this the
iv of September, 1931.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
ileik of the Circuit Oourt,
i I...I.- county. Florida.
'inn! Seal)
II) U. I! IIAP.DIE.
Deputy Clerk
A FRIEDMAN,
foi I'lalntlff,
jybold Bldg.,
I- lorlda
in 5
I
os
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IANCERY.
No. 14375S
DSL .1 I'.AKTOW. Plaintiff,
|ARET LIOHTNHR IIAP.TOW
IaretVornwell BARTOW
known as
i.\l:l.T WARNER BARTOW.
Defendant.
>TICE BY PUBLICATION
A RET LIQHTNER BARTOW
Iso known as
ARET CORN WELL BARTOW
so known as
ARET WARNER BARTOW
*s Cnknown
are herehy notified to serve a
if your Answer to the Bill of
Int for Divorce filed herein by
llntlffl attorney. Theodore K.
r, Esq., 214 Ponce De Leon
aid. Coral Gables, Florida, and
the original thereof with the
:if the above named Court on
we the nth day of October.
951; otherwise a Decree Pro
o will h.. entered against you.
this 11 day of September.
K B. I.K.ATHKRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit court
B) M. C FEIge.
Deputy Clerk
i" :,
k
JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY H1VKN that
klerslgned, desiring to engage In
p- under the fictitious names of
MI'l.nYMENT SERVICE AND
NURSES' REGISTRY
I Nl'RSES' REGISTRY
PURSER' A-l REGISTRY
E "Hi St., Miami. Fla. and
rashlngton Ave., Miami Beach.
Mends in register said names
Cle.rk of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
A M MEIDENBERG
Bolo Owner
\<\ 10/5
ATTENTION
.nORNEYS!
be Jewish Florldlan go-
to your legal noticM.
appreciate your
onaqo and auaran-
accurato rrlo* at
flal rate.. Phon* 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the partnership lately existing be-
tween the undersigned JACK RUBIN
ami IRVING IIIIIIN arrying on the
business known as BEACH LETTER
d' ?l i?4!"C WV" Avenue. Miami
Beach, Diule County. Florida, was,
on the 10th day of September. 1931,
dissolved by mutual consent and the
business In the future will be carried
on by BEACH LETTER CO., INC
who will pay and discharge all debts
and liabilities and receive all monies
payable to the said late firm
IRVING RI'HIN
........... IA,'K RUBIN
MAMMER and LIFTER,
Attorneys
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLAPATTAH HALF HOl'R
LAl'NDROMAT at 1512 N.W. 36th
Street Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Oade County, Florida
EDGAR DAVIS
MARGUERITE DAVIS
STEPHEN S. KESSLER
Attorney for Owners
s/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
or MIAMI BEACH I.OAN COMPANY
at 239 5th Street, Miami Beach, Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AL AJ3RAMS
BURNETT ROTH *1' Wn,r
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
9/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IN HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DISPLAY UNLIMITED, at 818 Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DELTRSX CORP.
By Reuben M. Levin, President
Attest: Delia Rlfkln.
Secretary.
I 14-21-JJ 10/.-,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
111 STY PLUMBING CO.. not Incor-
porated, at No. 3828 S. W. sth Street,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
..,.' Rl'SSKLL J SI'Fl'TH, Jr.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
922 Seybold Building, Miami. Fla.
8/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCriT COl'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143527
MARION K. LEVEY. Plaintiff
vs.
ALLEN LEVEY, .Defendant.
TO: ALLEN LEVEY
c/o Joal Steel Company
Post Office Box 1122
Kteubenvllle, Ohio
You, Allen Levey, are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. Stanley I). Caidln. 748 Sev-
bold Building. Miami, Fla.. and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 8th day of October.
1951. If you fail to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
esotl Weak for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 31st day of August, A.D .
1951.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade
County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. O. FEME.
Deputy Clerk.
STANLEY I). CAIDIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
74.x Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY. NO. 143382
ALEXANDER E. Wo LEE ami BAN-
SULi WOLFE, hl" w"e and QIL-
''oV.,.,l'.^,U'"-','K' and MARY
ELIZABETH WOLFE. his wife.
Plaintiffs, vs.
EDOAR i iii:. and if married.
IN COUNTY JUDGES 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 Well, deceased;
and that on the 28th day of Sept..
1151. 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 dav of August. 1>M,
FRED R. HERCHER.
As Administrator of the
Estate of Arthur Well,
1 leceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
ISO Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
X/31 9/7-11-21
.,CotSiJVl" wlfe' et al, Defendants.
I" EDOAR COB, and if married.
r------- 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 (111. in Block one
(1). of K1DOKWAY 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 ARE HEREBY notified that a
suit to quiet title to the above de-
scribed property has been filed
against you in the above entitled
cause and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer to the complaint
on Frederic R. Rosen. 1521 Pan Amer-
ican Bank Building, Miami, Florida.
the Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and
for Dade County, Florida, on or before
September 24. 1951, otherwise a de-
cree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated ths 24 day of August. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Crcuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE. D. C.
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 ALUM-A-LOCK DOOR SEAL CO.
(not Inc.) at 33995 N. W. 54th Street.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. F'lorida
NATHAN C. WALBERG,
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Nathan C. Walberg
8/31 9/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 28486-A
In Re: ESTATE OF"
HARRY L. WILENSKY. Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to prevent anv
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY L. WILENSKY. de-
ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, F'lorida. to the HON. W. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his of-
fice In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
Eresented as aforesaid, or same will
e barred.
Date August 24, A.D.. 1951
MARY B. WILENSKY,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
HARRY L. WILENSKY.
Deceased.
RICHARD K. FINK
Attorney for Administratrix
8/31 9/7-14-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 23684
RE: ESTATE OF
IDA SLOTK1N. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
F'inal Discharge as Administratrix of
the .state of IDA SLOTKIN deceased:
and that on the 25th day of Septem-
ber, 1951, I will apply to the Honorable
W. F\ BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Estate
Of IDA SLOTKIN, deceased.
This 21st day of August. 1931,
FANNIE LEWlN,
Administratrix
IRVING CTPEN
Attorney for Administratrix
8/24-31 9/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
"TUN COMPANY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of sample shoe shop, at 2:102
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Fla.. intends to register said natns
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY LURIE
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Building
S/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACE FROZEN CCSTARD at 6917 N.
W. 15th Ave.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
HARRY SALTZMAN
EVA SALTZMAN
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
^L'lin W. F'lagler St.
S 24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
M \ i RICES LAUNDRIIMAT
at lj.'.i" n E. hoi Ivanue, North Mi-
ni Florida, Intand to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dub- county. F'lorida.
HARRY FRIEDMAN
BETTE FRIEDMAN
BBTMOl'R A. OOPMAN
Attorney for Applicants
350 IJncoln .Road
S/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Dade Auto Parts at South Miami.
Dade County. Fla.. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, F'lor-
id i
FLORIDA AUTO SUPPLY, LNC &
CHARLES HAWKINS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawyers Bldg.
228 N.E. 2nd Avenue
9/7-14-21-:M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersign) I. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLIED SEWINi; CF7NTBR AND
VACIM'M STORES at 117 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami. F'lorida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ERVINO PCOACH
PAi'i, PUOACH
WILLIAM I. RRKNNER
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla
9/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business, under the fictitious name of
E. O. LIQUORS at 1135 West Flaglor
Street. Miami. Pla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD O. Fl'RMAN.
Sole Owner
ARONovrrz & aronovitz
Attorneys for Harold O. Furman
Seybold Building
8/31 9/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No. 143327
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LF.E M. AMER8HEK, Plaintiff.
against
HELEN AMER8HBK. Defendant.
YOU, HELEN A.MER8HBK, 1 Cen-
ter Avenue. Leonardo, New Jersey,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed a-
* hi. ml J iu are required to
serve a copy of your Answer ,,r plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney, MAX R. SILVER,
-- 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, 1951. If vou fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND op.DERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of August, 1951.
K B. LEATHERMAN.
Clark, Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
By L. S. DE PIETRO,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court seal)
MAX R SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/24-31 9/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX ZEMMELMAN. Plaintiff.
vs.
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN. Defendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
1 Hegeman 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 copy of your answer
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 L'Tth day
of September. 1951: otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 27th dav of August, 1951.
F:. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM W STOCKING.
Deputy clerk cSe.il)
OEOROE J. TALIANoFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
42i> Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/31 9/7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dbsiring 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. 1951.
LESTER MILLER.
NATHAN TUDOR. Owners.
If. BCHAFFER
Attorney at Law
707 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida
8/31 9'7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND HHl DADE OUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 143596
JOHN A. CAR8TENS, i'lalntlff.
vs.
IRENE CAR8TENS, Defendant.
V.ii. IRENE CAR8TBN8, 35 c.ranite
Btreet, Brooklyn, New York, are re-
j lire i to serve a copy of pour Answer
to the Bill of C.inplalnt for D
on plaintiffs attorney, harim.d
shapip.i I, 927 1 ii Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
in the office of ths Clerk of this
ore Octotx
otherwise a Decree Pro Contesae win
!., enter* mu.
Dated September i, 1951
B, B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk
i Circuit Court B
B) i: H. Rice. Jr..
Deputy Clerk.
HARl !.!> sii \rn;i i
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lin.,.In Road
Miami Beach. Florida,.
IT T-ri-21-28 .....
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 143227
ZOF.'KRYA MORADPOUR. Plaintiff.
vs.
JANET MORADPOUR. Defendant.
TO: JANET MORADPOUR,
98 The Avenue, Brondesbury,
North West 6.
London, F:ngland
Ybu are rcuulred to serve a copy of
your answer to the Rill of complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 17th dav of Septem-
ber, A.I)., 1951: otherwise, the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore fil-
ed herein, will be taken as confessed
by yon,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
16th day of August 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court SeaD
By: L. S. DE PIETRO.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. F'RIEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
8/24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE TO CREOITOR3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 24586
In Re: F:STATE OF
JACOB FEILSCHUSS. a/k/a
JACOB FE1L. a/k/a JACOB
LADRF:R, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JACOB FEILSCHUSS. ak-v
JACOB F'EIL, aka JACOB I.AIiRKit,
deceased late of Dade County, Florid 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 from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands t,.....ntiiu
the legal address of the claimant and
to be gworn to and presented n i-
foresaid. or same will be barred. S->e
Section 12 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date August 16, AD. 1951.
ETHEL APPEL,
As Administratrix C.T A.
of the Estate of JACl '!
FEILSCHUSS, a k .I.V-
i ill FEIL. a k a JACOB
LADRER. Deceased.
PAI.I.ot. SILVER, ABDO
,v M I l.l.i iY
Attorneys for Administratrix, C.T.A.
8/24-31 9 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, daalrlng to engage
ill businesM under the fictitious name
of FI-OM1NO PLEATING AND EM-
BROIDFJRY CO. mot Inc.) at 749 N.W.
..ii I Street. Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
VICTOR H. FLOMINO, 1/3
RENATO J CBBARINI, 1/3
MAX ZEIS. 1/9
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
Seybold Bldg.
8/24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIC4JB IS HERFJBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LB BON DRY CLEANERS AND
LAUNDRY at 26-28 North West Fifth
Street. Miami Florida. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WALTER J. BELL
REVA RF.LL
SEYMOUR B LIBBMAN
Attorney for Walter J. Bell
and Reva Bell
8/24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
In Chancery. No. 143241.
Grace Modrzejewski. Plaintiff
-\s -
FRANK MODRZEJEWSKI.
Defendant.
In IllANK M'iDRZEJEWSKI
IC2I4 Curtis Street
Rosevllle, Michigan
Vou are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Com pi i nt
for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney,
and file the Original with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17 day of September 19591: otherwise
the BUI will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 17
day of August, 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. S. De PIETRO,
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN,
Attorney
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. F'lorida
8/24-31 9/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, NO.
143248
HERBERT T. DAVIDSON. Plaintiff,
vs.
MI1.A DAVIDSON, Defendant.
To Ml LA DAVIDSON
. ,. Drteasan,
Catsheuval 109 B-,
A. ijoodkooploon,
The Hague,
II i ml:
You are required to serve a c
the Answer to the Bill of Comi
upon the plaintiff's attorney. MOR-
TON ROTHENBBRG, 4J0 Lin iln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and tile
glnal in the office of ths
..f the circuit Court on or I
Sept, it. 1961. oth i lae, said BUI
will be taken ;i> confessed b] yOU
Dated this 17 daj Of August. A.D.
1951
K. a LEATHBRM \N.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCK I NO.
Deputy Clerk.
S/24-31 9/7-14


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