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

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

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

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!l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
U ME 24 Number 38
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
MEET TO PROMOTE ISRAEL BONDS
ft
Many Israelis Consume Meagre Diet
| CONFERENCE PLANS INTENSIFIED ISRAEL BOND DRIVE.
rs for th-> economic development of the Slate of Israel and for
ratified activity in behalf of the $500,000,000 Israel Independ-
ce Bond Issue are being discussed this week-end at the Nation-
i Economic Conference for Israel in Washington. D.C., by (top 1.
|r.) Moshe Shai\?tt, Israel Foreign Minister; Maurice J. Tobin,
5. Secretary of Labor; (bottom) Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. Chair-
of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond drive, and
kvid Horowitz, Director-General of Israel's Finance Ministry.
Conference is meeting at the Shoreham Hotel from Sept. 20
kough 23.
JERUSALEM (JTA) While I
a considerable part of the Israeli ,
population is adequately nour-
ished, 24 percent of the popu-
lation consumes less than 2,500
calories a day, according to an
official health survey, the results '
of which were being studied here
today.
A team of doctors attached to
the Hebrew Univeisity made the
the survey under the auspices
of the government's Scientific
Research Council. The investi-
gators warned that "continuation
of unsatisfactory nutrition over
long periods may result in bor- j
derline nutritional deficiencies
developing irto real nutritional ;
diseases." They reported a
''tendency towards slight or,
frank anemia" in an "alarming
numher" of persons examined.
Youth in factories showed a much
less satisfactory blood picture
than those of similar ages in
school.
The survey was based on exam-
ination of 3.000 people. One
group was checked daily on eat-
ing habits and examined for
hialth. A second group was giv-
en periodic blood tests. The in-
vestigators found that 50 percent
of those examined consumed .
2,400 calorics dailv, 25 percent
consumed more than that amount
and 25 percent ate less than the
2,400 calories provided by the
rationing system. Housewives
were found to be the "most mal-
nourished group in the popula-
tion, "probably because they us-
ually gave their own rations to
their children.
Among the reasons given for
the poor eating habits found were
that some families could not pur-
chase items like milk, vegetables
and fruits because of the high
pricts and that certain sections
of the population were not famil-
iar with the types of food avail-
able and did not know how to
prepare them. The report on the
survey recommended continua-
tion of these surveys and a wide-
l spread educational campaign to
I teach the population how to make
i the most of their rations. It also
I urged government laboratory
testing of imported and domestic-
ally grown food.
Berinstein Reports Israel Shortages
Retards Immigration And Settlement
NEW YORK (JTA) Israel's
critical shortage of housing ma-
terials and food supplies has
slowed the settlement and ab-
sorption of tens of thousands of
immigrants at a time when the
country is expecting an addition-
al 60,000 newcomers from Ru-
mania, Libya and Iran before
the end of the year, Morris W.
Beiinstein of Syracuse, chairman
Sonnoborn Sees
{('organization
New YorkRudolf G. Sonne-
born, United Palestine Appeal
national chairman, has announced
a foithcomir.g conference for the
purpose of ieorgarnzing his group
and other Zionist fund-raising
agencies.
Mr. Sonneborn, recently re-
turned from a two-month stay in
Israel where he attended the
World Zionist Congress, declared
that "the conference which will
be convened as soon as possible
in Washington, D.C., must imple-
ment the basic decision of the
Congress to streamline and con-
solidate the Zionist Funds."
The proposed reorganization fo-
cuses attention on the UPA as
the central fwrd-raisrng- instru-
metality in this country for im-
migration, rehabilitation and re-
settlement.
of the United Jewish Appeal's
national campaign cabinet, said
he-re today.
Returning from Jerusalem
where, together, with Edward
M. M. Warburg, UJA general
chairman. Dr. Joseph Schwartz,
UJA executive vice-chairman,
and other UJA leaders, he con-
ferred with Israel officials and
Jewish Agency members on the
needs of the immigration and
absorption program. Mr. Berin-
stein stressed that "American
| Jews have now become the
hinge on which the new state
can swing out of its present dif-
ficulties to record new gains in
human and national betterment.''
He called for all-out support of
i the UJA's urgent campaign for
$35,000,000 in cash before the
end of 1951.
The failure of American Jews
to give that cash to the UJA,
he warned, "may result in a
breakdown not only of Israel's
i immigrant absorption program
but of efforts to move 60.000 Jews
out of Rumania, Iran and Libya
j by the end of this year." Suc-
cessful attainment of the UJA
I goal, he emphasized, "will help
, add substantially to Israel's food
supply for immigrants in camps
and work villages and thereby
afford the general public a great-
er part of the foodstuffs it now
shares with the newcomers."
IN. Conciliation Group Gives Five-Point Peace Plan
RIS (JTA) The United
':.' ns Conciliation Commission
tine Monday presented
hive-point plan for peace in
Bast to the four-Arab
tiding the commission's
nee." Delivery of
' Israeli delegation
lending receipt of
instructions from Tel Aviv on |
Israel's answer to chairman Ely j
E. Palmer's statement opening,]
the deliberations last Thursday.
Details of the plan will not be
officially disclosed until the text
has been delivered to the Israeli
j delegation. An Israeli spokesman
told the JTA that fche delay had
no ulterior significance and said
there was "no shadow of a pos-
sibility" that Israel would de-
cline to co-operate with the com-
mission.
The Commission met with the
Arab delegations in closed ses-
sion this morning and with the
Israeli delegation in the after-
nance Minister Views Bond Receipts With Optimism
> than 1.000 leaders of the American Jewish community Drive since its inception on May,
I in Washington, D.C., from all parts of the United 1, 1951.
N..t:onal Economic Conference for Israel. This is the 5. "To adopt a program for
conference to discuss Israel's economic needs and to the mobilization of American
itensifled program in support of the sale of the current Jewry to speed the economic m-
dep: ndence of Israel,
man of the Executive Commit- Local delegates representing
tee, and Henry Montor, vice-
president.
Mr. Sharett and Mr. Horowitz,
, wni s who represent the Israel Govern-
: held at the Shoreham Hotel 1 ment at the Conference, empha-
-. end from September sized on arriving in this country
inrojKh .iJra.
oshe Sharett, Israel's
r State of Israel In-
Bond Issue in this
t members of the Is-
vernment are participat-
I nference. which is
ths Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at the Washington con-
ien nee- are Sam Blank and Carl
Weinkle.
noon. According to an announce-
ment by the commission tonight.
the Arab delegates expressed
thtir readiness to co-operate with
the Commission. Ambassador
Palmer then gave them copies
of the commission's "comprehens-
ive mediatory proposals, consist-
ing of a preamble and five
points."
Maurice Fischer, head of the
Israeli de-legation, told the com-
mission this afterneion that 'the
nature and importance" of the
text of the commission's outline
were such that the deli,
felt it ought to have instructions
from Tel Aviv before replying.
Until instructions were received,
he added, the delegation did not
leel free to accept the eon
sion's plan. He assured the- com-
mission that "the closest study"
is being carried out of the com-
Min-
for Foreign Affairs, and
v:a Horowitz, Director-Gener-
|o! its Ministry of Finance, are
Renting reports on the situ-
n in Israel and on plans for
economic development.
Teacher Seminar
that funds raised through the The Annual Sunday School
$500,000,000 State fo Israel In- Teacher* Seminar will be in.ti-
dependence Bond Issue will con-, ed this Sunday. September
i j t. i~A* 23rd, with a luncheon at 1 p.m.
tinue to be earmarked for mdus- ;,'.,. D iT
. _, i. .i .,.,<.; at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
trial and agricultural expansion
mission's outline. No date was
set for turther meetings of the
conference pending the reply
from Tel Aviv, but the commis-
sion will continue to hold its own
me* tings here.
The commission's view is that
peace depends on prosperity and
there can be no prosperity in the
Middle East without co-operation
and mutual respect for Israeli
and Arab rights. The central
issue is the question of the Pales-
tine Arab refugees. The com-
mission has proposed that some
of the Palestine Arab refugees be
allowed to return to their former
homes in Israel territory. The
others would receive compensa-
tion from Israel for the loss ol
property, including such items
as blocked bank accounts.
in Cimmm Manner Binder Describes
Acheson Treaty
Work As Masterly
for productive investment be-
-..v 'tr.er Israelis who will ad- i which the world's youngest dem-
fss the Conference are Moshe I ocracv will be able to achieve
llarano
it-na w im will au- I wnicn lllc wunu a /uungcai utnt-
- nference are Moshe ocracy will be able to achieve
ijan.no. owner of Assis, Ltd., I economic independence.
Rest cannery in the Middle I ^g five major objectives of
b 1 >',, r lmPrtar>t indus-i^e Washington Conference have
learm^'n ments' and JosePn I been outlined by leaders of the
iT,,?' ,manag!nK director of Israel Bond drive as follows:
e Je-iusalem Shoe Company,
urae-l plant organized along
nerican mass production lines.
Plaurice J. Tobin, U.S. Secre-
|. "f Labor, will present one
fine principal addresses at the
pnference Other American par-
K i VU ir-cl"de the fol-
ding leaders of the American
W,' .and Development Cor-
rauon lor Israel, which directs
unirvat,li Bnd drive in this
Lfi Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
CaV the Board of Gov-
;MRuo" G. Sonneborn,
iim ; /ames G- McDonald,
Tl'r ihe Advory Coun-
1. "To review the progress of
the economic development of the
State of Israel and the oppor-
tunities for expansion in the im-
mediate future.
2. "To obtain first-hand re-
ports from leaders of the Israel
Government on the plans for
greater economic development
during the next three years.
3. "To examine the methods
and techniques that have been
employed in various parts of the
country to promote the sale of
State of Israel Bonds.
i- 4. "To survey the achieve-
B. Venezky, chair- ments of the State of Israel Bond
ter. The Luncheon will bring
together some 150 Sunday School
teachers of all the Jewish schools
of Greater Miami who will be
greeted by the Rabbis of the
community and presented with
the full schedule of the five week-
ly sessions to follow. Discussion
at the Luncheon will center a-
round "Qualifications for Sun-
day School Teachers".
Five sessions on educational
theory and classroom skills will
be held at Beth El Congregation
on September 26, at Miami Beach
Jewish Center on October 3, at
Temple Israel on October 11, at
Temple Beth Sholom on October
If, concluding at Beth David
Congregation on October 24. The
first hour of each session will be
devoted to a Problem Clinic
where practical situations facing
Sunday school teachers >vill be
discussed in workshop fashion by
Jerome Gordon, executive direc-
tor of Bth David; Sydney Green-
| breg, executive director of Mi-
| ami Beach Jewish Center; Dr. :
Donald Michelson, educational
' director of Temple Israel; and
Morris Strassburg, educational
director of Beth Sholom. Fur-
ther participants include Mes-
dames Eleanor Richmond, Bea
Finkelhof, Mollie Glazer. Sally
Glover, Ruth Fell, Miriam Sel-
I koff, Selma Mirman, Florence
! Gordon, Sadie Weinberg. Doris
I Pardo, Jean Berman and Minna
Blumberg.
The second part of each ses-
sion will be devoted to skill
I workshops on a junior and senior
I level. Integration of Song and
Dance in Class will be led by
Robert Strassburg, music con-
sultant of the Jewish Centers
Association, and Soni Green,
dance teacher. Dramatics in the
Classroom will be led by Mrs.
Gershon Miller, local dramatics
consultant. Arts and Crafts will
be presented by Xena Posever,
crafts consultant of the Jewish
Centers Association, assisted by
Gregory Rosenkranz, instructor
at Beth David.
At the Japanese Peace Treaty
Conference, Herman Binder, the
Jewish Floridian's special cor-
respondent, wound up his re-
portorial functions with a last dis-
patch in which he cast some fav-
orable light on Secretary of State
Dean Acheson's otherwise strong-
ly criticized leadership.
Binder described the secretary's
job as "masterfully diplomatic"
and quoted his last words: "We
adjourn in the hope that the
peace of God will be with us and
remain with us always." The cir-
cumstances under which they
wer.e said, he reported, made the
event seem reverent. Approxi-
mately 4.000 persons stood in
awed silence.
The ambassador from Argen-
tina, Hipolito Jesus Paz, was the
first treaty signer, and his name
seemed to fit the occasion well.
Paz, the last of Mr. Binder's dis-
patch said, means peace.


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I'll Say...
v wsoaper readers ere bewildered at the British
Hi Red China while at war in Korea. Trad-
the enemy goes on in every war. Napoleon
to be the greatest smuggler of his clay. He
. the Northern blockade which deprived
I cessities. He connived secretly with the
I is own law.
1 SHORTAGES
the War of Secession, a situation an
pting 10 pass up. Cott in <
Kti i n ills of Massachusetts. The
in Birmingham and Man h si ;r were
ds of English workers went hur.gry.
[i ; racy, millions of bales were stocked
uses, in "depots, in the fields. The South-
. i ciire need of medical supplies, mu-
|s, and manufactured goods. A barrel
r< ught S100.
WIDESPREAD SPECULATION
Ulysses S. Grant captured Fort Donaldson,
lc pinclrated into Mississippi. Now came the op-
J rtunity for each side to obtain the articles so badly
[,' led. Brisk trading sprang up behind the lines.
Washington would not interfere since the demand
n was too urgent. Speculation became rife,
inri arnw officers were involved in secret partner-
ihips. It" was known that Jesse Grant, father of the
general, received a cut from certain cotton buyers
khn, thru his recommendations, obtained permits
from the son. After making a tidy fortune, a relative
[i Mrs. Grant was ordered to leave the camp. The
President remarked to a friend: "The army is divert-
ed from fighting the rebels to speculating in cotton."
Treasury agents sent to investigate became them-
elves implicated in the traffic. Some army officers
raptured $2,000,000 worth of cotton and pocketed
he proceeds.
t-RAST'S ORDER
1h<: traflic was reaching scandalous proportions
linen General Order No. 11 was issued on Dec. 17th,
at Holly Springs, Miss., by Maj. Gen. U. S.
:;n'.: The Jews, as a class violating every regu-
lation of trade established by Treasury Department
bud ulso department orders, are hereby expelled
From the department (Tennessee, Mississippi ano
Kentucky) within 24 hours from the receipt of thii
order.
IMMIGRANTS FROM GERMANY
At the time, the Jewish population of about
uO.000 were largely native born and Americanized
Scapegoats In The American Civil War
By HARHY SIMONHOFF
But in the decade preceding the Civil War droves
had emigrated from Germany. They were conspicu-
US for their foreign ways and thick Teutonic ac-
cents. Poor and as uncouth as the refugees that
lid come flocking in from Russia a generation
" r, '.hey were easily identified. Mainly peddlers
yjr.a their packs of merchandise to the farms
and v of rural America, they descended with
the G< ntile tri ders into the conquered area a I
. 1 the articles badly needed for Confedeiate
cotton.
PADUCAH, KENTUCKY
Order No. 11 applied to all Jews in the Ten
see Military Department, to citizen and t .
to soldier and civilian, to ofiice holders, professional
and business men. lr. Paducah, Ky. the eviction
was held up for some residents to send a telegram
to the President. When no reply came, 30 men and
their families were expelled; two dying old women
were permitted to remain. Caesar J. Kaskel decided
on a trip to Washington and appeal directly to the
President. This man displayed true leadership. He
brought along a Bill of Particulars: a copy of the
infamous order, affidavits of leading citizens testi-
fying that Jews in Paducah were never engaged in
trading with the enemy, that two of them had
served enlistments in the Union Army. On the boat
to Cincinnati he spent all the time writing letters
and telegrams to daily papers, to Jewish publishers
and community leaders.
An Ohio congressman, friend of Rabbi Isaac
M. Wise, obtained an immediate conference at the
White House. Pres. Lincoln looked searchingly at
the expelled citizens, listened to the affidavits, and
humorously queried: "And so the Children of Israel
were driven from the happy land of Canaan?" To
which Kaskel replied: "Yes. anfl that is why we
have come unto Father Abraham's bosom, asking
protection." Said Lincoln: "And this protection
they shall have at once." Lincoln sat down at his
big table and wrote a note to General-in-Chief Hen-
ry W. Halleck directing a telegraphic cancellation
of Gen. Grant's order. He shook hands with the
committee, told them they were free to return to
their homes, and wished them well.
ISSUE IN CONGRESS
The incident involving a flagrant violation of
constitutional rights was officially closed. But the
Democratic leaders, with eyes on the. coming na-
tional election, saw an opportunity to discredit the
Republican adminis'ration in the conduct of the
war. They introduced a resolution cer.sunng Order
No. 11 as "illegal and unjust, and its execution t.-
nical and cruel." The Republican leaders, Charles
Sumner. Thaddeus Stevens. Henry "'. Senators
k and Hale, ardent abolitionists cl Negro slav-
showed a callous indifference to wrongs
fered I y Ji s. None defended the order; but they
t i condemn brave General G
unheard." In politics v.. -, ideals.

PRES1DEST GRAST
Order No. 11 became an issue in the 1268 ;
dential election. Grant neither denied ting
order nor ap -or it. Yet there were pi
inent Jews who supooited him actively. But n
ing anti-Jewish can further be traced in his cs
As President, he offered to make Joseph Sells
his Secretary cf the Treasury. He appointed Edward
S. Solomon governcr of the Washington Territory.
Benjamin F. Peixotto. Grand Master cf the B'nai
B'rith, became Consul to Bucharest that he might
bring pressure on the Roumanian government to end
the anti-Jewish excesses. Even Simon Wolf, who de-
clared that Order No. 11 had injured no one, was
rewarded for his wardhealing with the job, Reccrder
of Deeds for the District of Columbia.
MOTIVE BEHIND THE ORDER
Since Washington encouraged trading ber.ind
the lines, we can only wonder why the notorious
order was issued. Unquestionably, Grant and Sher-
man opposed bitterly the buying of cotton for gold,
which enabled the Confederates to obtain munitions
and prolong the war. But surely the generals knew
that Jews were only the small fry. Big business
sent down agents, who stopped at the best hotels
and wined.and dined army officers, with whom they
were often in cahoots. Did the order come from
Washington at the behest of interests desirous of
removing Jewish competition? As to the scandalous
corruption of trading with the enemy, there is no
record of court martials or senate investigations.
On the other hand, it is a known fact that Grant
drank excessively. Of all presidents, he was pernaps
the most gullible. Possibly he signed the order in a
mellcw mood between drinks at the suggestion of
interests anxious to divert suspicion. They had in
their power the favorite scapegoats of history. Why
not use them in their historic role?
Letters To The Editor
Jr. Fred Shochet, Editor,
Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir: We are approaching the
traditional period of awe. medita-
tion and spiritual stock-taking,
taking inventory of the Good
Deeds during this passing year,
\he Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami acknowl-
edges its debt of gratitude to the
nany devoted workers of and
bontril utors to the JNF. We take
this privilege to wish all of them
350 Lincoln Road
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Entrance on Washington Are
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a happy, healthy and prosperous
new year!
The Jews of the world, as well
as of Israel, stand at the cross-
roads of fulfillment or despair.
We are being tested whether or
not we hvae the qualities that
will bring about the fulfillment of
a never-lagging hope for the re-
turn and redemption of our peo-
ple. If we fail, the alternative is
the road to despair and eventual
oblivion.
In the reconstruction of the
Holy Land and its people, the
Jewish National Fund can be
counted on. Its plans when real-
ized augur a happy future for the
Land of Israel. Your contributions
now and always to the Jewish
National Fund, perform a triple
service. First, they provide Is-
rael with foreign exchange which
is so urgently needed. Secondly,
they give employment to thou-
sands of heads of families in need
of employment and at the same
time act as a rebuilder of brok-
en spirits. Thirdly, they amelior-
ate the soil, barren hills and drain
the swamps, preparing the land
for the production of more food
for the people of Israel.
In these days of storm and
stress, of fear and uncertaintain-
ties, you can help build and re-
pair the spirit of the refugees
seeking asylum in Israel and at
the same time satisfy an inner de-
sire to be helpful in rebuilding
the Land of Hope, a place for the
self realization of a dispersed and
persecuted people.
The successful establishment of
the State of Israel, prosperous
and at peace, will be a milestone
in humanity's march towards the
Messianic Era for all the peoples
of the world.
Leon J. Ell, Chairman
Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMRP, ,
EDITORIAL
I 'orllirijilu And .ln*i
A forget, ii not forgive, complex seems to be
dominating certain segments of the Jewish com-
munity with regard to Germany. The blood ci
the six million has not yet dried, and already
there ere elements who would go clc:
hill rehabilitation of Germany and its adx
sion lo the family of nations just because ui
the : world situation Hitlerland car. be
used as en effective wecpon agcinst enc-
kind c: totalitarianismcommuni
'.'.'e are not unaware of the dilemma c:
free world with regard to Germany. Or. the
;:.. :..'. :iie:o i~ wide realisation then Germany
is still a seething cauldron of nazism. Or. the
oth there is an awareness that the strug-
gle :o save Europe from being engulfed by the
Communist threct will be a most difficult one
nhout German manpower and industrial
te.-.tial. But while the diplomats of the world can
afford :o be amoral when considering this prob-
lem we Jews can only look cqhast at any pro-
cram that is designed to make our most brutel
enemy parr ar.d pc.ro?! of the democratic family
of nations. Germany has shown neither remorse
i.e.- has it in any way expiated for the crimes
caamst humanity. A marriage of convenience
with Hitleriarrd ccn or.lv yield perverted fruit.
We think the sxecurive or the World Jewish
Ccr.:,'rss meeting -. Geneva placsd the prob-
lem where it beior.es when it wen: on record
opposing German admission to the family ol
nations before there is a real and genuine efforl
jewish education month
"culture
THE TORCH BEARERS
en Germany s
:- purge itself o: the malev-
olent rorees which inflated irretrievable wronas
upon the Jewish people. In view of the fact thct
real de-r.aziricar.or. and democratization has not
yet oeen achieved in Germany, the executive wes
clso right in calling the attention of the govern-
ments and people of the world to the danger in-
herent in the rearmament and remilitarization
of that country. The World Jewish Congress,
rather than the timid elements in our midst mir-
rors the true Jewish position. The views voiced
ct Geneva were both forthright and just.
\oi All Done Yet
"Well done ... but not all done" *, I
an apt sloqan for the United Jewish
it swinqs into its fall campaign.
So that the Jews of America can *
say "all done" for 1951. the UJA nnl2f
000,000 in ca*h before the end 0< thl9
addition to the S55.000.300 already chJ*
which S38.000.000 has been allott-a for l1/
tion and settlement programs in Israel
A nation-wide cash drive has just beenl
in Jerusclem bv the UJA' Edward M. M. Warburg, following a confe.
with Israel's Prime Minister, Dav]d Ben-G^
Mr. Warburq announced also that a NoL
Report Conference of the UJA will be hlda!
Hotel Commodore in New York on Saturday?
Sunday, October 27 and 28. to mark the i
point of this extraordinary cash effort
Why S35.000.000? And why in cash'
Before the end of this year 60,300 Jews,
be moved to Israel; 20,000 temporary
must be built to get 100,000 newcomers Wi
tents before the winter rains beam. Winter J
lief must also reach 400.000 needy Jews in|
ope and in Moslem countries. Congressional
legislation expires in December and funds |
be available to receive the last 100,000 red
to be admitted here under this Act.
The 535,000.000 cash requirement is thuij
and urgent. Only cash can buy transport
food and other essentials in quantity .a
time. In the present world market promises!
fine, but dollars talk.
So. while it's been a case of "well done",
job's not "all done". As we approach the 1
Hashona holidays in our comfort and our I
dom. can we fail to qive throuqh our local I
bined Jewish Appeal what the UJA must ha
Religious Directory...
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the Fat.-.ers 5:30 p.m Mincha at ices at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rac-
6 30 followed by Shalos Sudos kovsky will speak on "Our First
ar.d Maariv. Sunday school 10 Fruit" at his morring services,
a.m. Registration for Hebrew "Ethics of the Fathers" at 4:30
School daily from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Mincha will be followed bv
p.m. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and Shalos Sudos. Maariv will be at
6:30 p.rr.. Slichos Services Satur- 6:45. Dailv services are held at
midnight. 730 am. with Mincha at 6 and
reto Academy (Orthodox) Maariv at 6:45 p.m. Dailv ( .
y evening serv- in Mishna are held at 8:30 a.m.
es p.-.. and Saturdav at Class in Jewish laws and cm
ill be held 'at 6
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Sue of Tijerexh Israel .Vorrhside Cen-...... s
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PAGE 5 A
atic Academy To
J Classes On 24th
I, at ion at the Dramatic
Miami Beach, will con-
Ih rough Saturday, the
firectors, Lillian Fox and
[Foreman, announced to-
f(ir enrollment, which
1st week, are from 9 a.m.
[.. Friday and 9 a.m. to 1
lurday. ,. .
L in public speaking,
hd television techniques,
I correction, spontaneous
L and make-up are
I urses offered at the
It Academy.
Itic workshops also have
Aicclukd bv the drama
Y\\. plan to offer the best
latic arc! character train-
It' directors said, "and we
fleeted >-op instructors,
a wonderful curriculum
bled our staff."
|t a1 the Dramatic Acad-
3iich is located in the
It Theatre building, 41st
Miami Beach, begin on
Iht 24.___________
3 Is Bar Mitzvah
Itl Stokols, son of Mr. and
ols, 225 S.W. Ninth
will be Bar Mitzvah on
t Si ptember 22nd, 9 a.m.
Sadler h Wells To
Open February i$
The Sadler's Wells Theatre
Ballet announces its appearance
here for 5 performances on Feb-
ruary 13, 14, and 15 at the Dade
County Auditorium and on Feb-
ruary 16th, matinee and even-
ing performances, at Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium.
"Coppellia" is scheduled for its
local premiere on February 13.
The company of 50 dancers is
headed by Elaine Fified, David
Blair, Svetlana Beriosova, Patri-
cia Miller, Maryon Lane, David
Poole, Donald Britton and Stan-
ley Holden. Immediately follow-
ing its current season, fifteen
productions will be sent overseas
for the company's six-month, 65-
city U.S.-Canadian tour under the
aegis of S. Hurok.
The American impresario, here
for the premier, said today that
twelve of these productions are
new to America. One of these is
a fresh edition of the Tchaikow-
sky favorite, The Nutcracker. Re-
staged by Frederick Ashton with
lavish new settings by Cecil Bea-
ton, the work in its newest form
was seen by London audiences
for the first time on Sept. 11.
Mr. Hurok said the American
repertoire will also feature "Pine-
apple Poll," the Gilbert and Sul-
livan ballet which was the- hit of
the Festival of Britain season. Its
scenario is based on the Bumboat
Women's Story, a Bab Ballad by
Gilbert, while the Sullivan music
was arranged by Charles Macker-
ras. The work was choreographed
by John Cranko, who, with Dame
Ninette and Mr. Ashton, is listed
as one of the company's three
principal choreographers. Osbert
Lancaster designed the decor.
The American repertoire will
also include Harlequin in April,
Cranko's creation specially com-
missioned by the British Arts
Council for the Festival 6f Britain
with music by Richard Arnell and
sets by John Piper; Dame Nin-
ette's classics. The Haunted Ball-
room, a romantic ghost story set
to music of Geoffrey Toye with
decor by Motley; and The Pros-
pect Before Us, to music of Wil-
liam Boyce arranged by the late
Constant Lambert with settings
by Roger Furso after the famed
I cartoons of Thomas Rowlandson.
Pal Joey At Roosevelt
The first musical presentation
of the season bowed into Miami
Beaclfs Roosevelt Playhouse
Tuesday right for a two week
run. Starring stage and screen
star Carol Bruce and featuring
the music and lyrics of Rodgers
and Hart, the show Pal Joey
contains everything for an even-
ing's entertainment.
Dancer and choreographer Bob
Fosse does a thorough job on the
role of Joey Evans, the very ego-
tistical young man whose voca-
tion and avocation is women,
young and old. Also featured in
the cast is Joan Mann who too
has gained much acclaim as a
choreographer.
This is Miss Bruce's first visit
to the Miami scene after appear-
ing at the well known Dempsey
Vanderbilt Hotel some 14 years
ago with an unknown orchestra
headed by an equally unknown
trumpeter named Vaughn Mon-
roe.
Sheila Kaye Weds Marvin J. Haas
net Stokols
M'aiiii Hebrew School and
ration, A reception in his
will be held on Sunday,
ber 23rd, 7 p.m. at the
his parents.
)ai Mitzvah will conduct
and will give a homeliti-
Joursc in Hebrew and in
He is a student at the
erritt Junior High School
he clays the trombone in
Icert band. He is also a
tudent at the Miami Con-
f.v anj won superior rat-
lin recent State contest.
Board Revises By-Laws
The first meeting of the Board
of Directors of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami for the coming school year
will be held on Monday, Septem-
ber 24 at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, (school auditorium on
Jones St. entrance) promptly at
8:15 p.m.
The Agenda will include the
presentation of the revised con-
stitution of the Bureau for formal
approval, and by-laws for adop-
tion concerning affiliation of
schools with the Bureau and re-
quirements for financial assist-
ance. New delegates will be wel-
comed by Max Meisel, re-elected
president.
ing health authorities say:
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at Gainesville and the University
of Miami, where he graduated
in 1950 with a Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in Industrial Engin-
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Epsilon Pi Fraternity and the
Masons and served with the Sig-
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war.
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On September 5th, the engage-
ment of Miss Sheila Kaye to Mr.
Marvin J. Haas, son of Mrs. Char-
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League of the United Syna-
gogues of America. Mrs. Wolff
will be the guest spaaker at
the Membership Tea given by
the Dora Stein Sisterhood. Is-
raelite Center. 3198 S.W. 24ih
1'rrace on Tuesday evening.
September 25th. _____________
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TEL. 5-1682
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PAGE '/ A
Personally Speaking
Richard Charles Schulman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables return-
ed from New York City where he spent six weeks studying at
the Julllard School of Music. While at school, he was chosen to
rjicv- Bnrt trumpet with the Brass Ensemble Orchestra
*
The Stephen F. Kesslers are ct home in their hew house,
62C0 N.W. 38th Terrace. Mr. Kessler graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School last June and received his degree
aa Cum Laude.
* *
Off to New York on a two-week vacation is Dr. E. G. Blas-
berq of 1771 Biscayne 3oulevard, Miami.
* *
Kalman Luria. 4575 Post Avenue, recently returned from
[. i Haven, Bridgeport and New York where he visited his
, and attended the wedding of his first grandchild, Abbey
Lurid to Mr. Murray Kay, a medical student. His daughter,
Dorothy Luria, who resides in Tel-Aviv, Israel, ilew to the wed-
dir.a by plane.
* +
After a summer at Hot Springs and a short stay with her
ren in Detroit and New York, Mis. Anna R. Berow is re-
lurning to her home, 305 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach
* *
Mrs. M. Rosenblitt, of 1590 S.W. 2nd Street, left last week
for Finishing. Long Island, where she will visit her daughter,
Mrs. A. Gubernick. Mrs. Gubernick is the former Myra Rosen-
blitt
* *
A new son has just been born to Dr. and Mrs. Melvin
W ikowsky, 4265 N. Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Max C. Gettinger, 1354 S.W. 17th Terrace,
ice the birth of their son, David Samuel, who arrived
last Friday morning. The Gettingers have a lother son,
Selig.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, co-presidents of the Down-
lev .. Synagogue, have recently returned from a three-month
c: their summer home in Monticello, New York.
* *
A son. Henry Goodman, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James
v'.i Liebman on September 5th at Mount Sinai. Henry is
after his maternal great grandfather.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz left Saturday for a week's
in New York City. Mrs. Soltz will then go on to Atlantic
Senior Hcdassch is holding its national convention
with members of the organization regarding the
blishment of new Junior Hadassah units in the South.
* *
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, North
a:olina, ere Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fiielich; Mr. and Mrs. George
::idan; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
rman; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strauss; Mrs. Benno Webster
bnd daughter, Blondine; Miss Iris Phillips; and Mr. Kermit
bbery.
* -*
Off to New York and conferences at Columbia University,
pre Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Neumann.
* *
Cantor Joseph W. Malek ha3 returned to Miami following
I ; hi-week stay at Camp Brandeis, California, where he had
' railed on a musical scholarship. Cantor Malek is also
b Miami Eeach attorney.
* *
Pansy Flaum, 2445 Pine Tree Drive, recently returned from
to i-.crist's Telegraph Delivery Association convention in
Washington, D.C.
* *
Off to Gainesville are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer and
abler. Elaine Hilda, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin and
'ughter, Helen Ruth. Both young women will enroll as fresh-
: the University of Florida.
* *
following a recent illness, Mr. H. H. Farr is recuperating at
Sinai Hospital.
* *
_ Mr. Anicn Loeb left for Key West last Wednesday. He is
as representative of the Miami Beach Exchange Club
-11 present a charter to the new Exchange Club in the
nernmoti part of tho country. From there, Mr. Losb will
lo Havana where he will take part in discussions relative
Miss Protzel Weds
Gilbert Miller
Mlu Pear] Protzel. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Protz.-l. 1211
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach,
became the bride of Mr. Gilbert
Miller last Sunday in a double
rir.g ceremony at the Miami
Cohen, Relman
Arc Betrothed
Mr. and Mrs. William Relman,
1255 S.W. 19th Terrace, announce
the,engagemcrt of their daughter,
Lillian, to Orville S. Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cohen of
Cleveland, Ohio.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Senior High School and Florida
State College. Mr. Cohen is a
graduate of Western Reserve TJni-
versitv.
Lillian Relman
Mrs. Gilbert Miller
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated.
The bride wore a fitted long
i'd bodice of rose point lace
over satin with an illusion yoke
ar.d a skiit of nylon marquisette
n satin extending into a full
train worn over her hoop ski:t.
The full length veil of imported
silk illusion was attached to a
crown tiara of satin studded with
| seed pearls and rhinestones. Her
matron of honor was Mrs. Sheila
Schwartz and her flower fcirl and
Maria Krcitzman
Betrothal Told
Mrs. Jennie Kroitzman of 2655
S.W. 33rd Avenue announced the
engagement of her daughter,
Maria, to Perry D. Alexander, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexan-
der of 1021 Bay Road. Miami
Beach, last September 14.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Lindenhurst High School. Un-
der hurst, New York. Mr. Alex-
ander is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami. No date has
been set for the wedding.
tnior bridesmaid, the Misses Su-
zanne Protell and Mary Sue Prot-
' zell. her nieces.
Mr. Miller, son of Mr. and
! Mrs. Philip Miller. 027 85th
! Street, Miami Beach, had as his
i (st man his brother. Mr. Se;
mour MilU-r of England and as
j his ring-bearer. Bobb\ Protzel,
1 r.epht his bride.
Out-of-town guests were Dr.
and Mrs. Martin Protell, and \:.
I and Mrs. Seymour Protzel of
Teaneck, New Jersey, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Protzel of Harri-
son.
Shower Held For
Sarita Shulman
A miscellaneous shower for
j bride-elf ct Sarita Shulman, was
given by Miss Nancy Meltzer last
Wednesday evening at the home
, of Mr. and Mrs". Charles Stahl,
5161 S.W. 4th Street.
Miss Shulman is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schul-
man, 1230 S.W. 2nd Avenue, ar.d
attends the University of Miami.
Mr. Harvey H. Stahl, her be-
trothed, is in the service at pres-
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lw'ncMrSuIda P,ner has )ust returned from a trip to New York
IJV"-"rep j a,,ended lhe wedding of her son, Philip Optner, to
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I St "p' pIe Emanuel, and was followed by dinner at the
L'-nrf ?0,el- While Mr3- Optner was in New York, her
p -nason. James David Optner, celebrated his fourth birthday.
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HOLIDAY SERVICES
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W-il] antor.
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Corner N.W. 2nd St
Open Daily 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Evenings 7:30 p.m. 9 p.m.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1951
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ISouth Beach Athletes
IChoose New Officers
Oifieer election of the South
Jeach Athletic Club was held last
Friday. The following members
chosen for one year terms:
president, N;it Malmuth; 1st vice
Herman Schonfeld; 2nd
| Harry Lasky; rec. sec,
Bookman; Corr. sec. Eugene
/ilken; fin. sec, Herman Co-
i easurer, Charles Propper;
., director, Danny Trafi-
[ ial director, Sidney Ne-
public relations, Louis
k'eisman; custodian, Fred Stcin-
South Beach Athletic
kocial Club 'is making plans to
lave an installation of officers
I tails will be announced
i There is a membership
Irive 'in at tic present time.
I must be 18 years or
r. The club tries to combat
jvenile delinquency, engages in
major sports and advocates
l\ ti betterment
\ Malmuth, South Beach
lusinessman and civic leader, is
the head of the organization.
biinT prominent civic and social
laders affiliated with the club
i Charles Propper, Louis Weis-
,n .re! Attorney Burton Loebl.
I ln*llr, -1., unmla
Appointh Hiissvl.
Hurwltz To Prau
The Flagler Granada Jewish
Community Center announces
that final arrangements have
been made for their High Holi-
day services. Joseph Krissel, who
has conducted the cantorial serv-
i. is the past two years, will again
officiate. He has just returned
from an extended tour of Israel
where he also conducted services
and will relate many interesting
highlights of his trip.
Joseph J. Hurwitz will again
officiate as the spiritual leader
for the holiday services. Mr. Hur
witz studied at Harvard College
and at the Graduate School of
Education. Harvard University.
He also holds several degrees
from the Hebrew Teachers Col-
lege of Boston and from the Bos-
ton University School of Educa-
tion.
Seats for the Holiday Services j
may be purchased Sunday morn- \
for the holiday services. Mr. Hur-
ing from 10 to 1 p.m. at the I
Center building, 50 N.W. 51st
place.
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STONE UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Israel
Stone, formerly of 2536 S.W. 13th
Street, will take place Sunday
September 23rd at 11:30 a.m at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
Stone is survived by his wife
Minnie G.; a son, Stanley; two
daughters, Mrs. Frances D. Her-
man and Mrs. Emilv Sansone.
Mr. Stone was a member of Beth
David Congregation. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
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Roosevelt Women
iGfve (iames Party
The Elear.or Roosevelt Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will spon-
sor a games and card party at the
Broadmoor Hotel, 7450 Ocean
Terrace, on Tuesday, September
25th at 8:30 p.m.
According to Mrs. Esther Ya-
goda and Mrs. Marcia Stuart,
chairmen of the event, proceeds
aie earmarked for B'nai B'rith
community projects. Tickets may
be obtained by calling 82-7654 or
9-5811 and will be on sale at the
door.
HCRN UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
E. Horn, formerly of 334 N.W.
2nd Avenue, will take place Sun-
day, September 23rd at 1 p.m. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Max Shapiro olfieiating. Mr. Horn '
is survived bv a brother, Nathan,
Lakewood, N.J.; two sisters, Mrs.
Alice Hinkes, of Miami, and Mrs
Manuel Eisman. of Brooklyn. Mr.
Horn was a Mason and Shrincr.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palme/s Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Sounding of the shofar held
fy Cantor Jacob Greenberg
'ill open Rosh Hashona serv-
ers ,it the Ahcvds Israel Syna-
gogue. 7135 Byron Avenue,
^ewiy organized orthodox syn-
gogue on the Beach (Werner
Wolf Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam-
uel Wolf, formerly of 1326 Penn-
sylvania Avenue, will take place
Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro olfieiating. Mr. Wolfe, who
was a member of Workmen's
Circle, Branch 692, and an active
participant in communal af-
fairs, is survived by his wife,
Esthi r; two sons. Edward, of
Scranton, Pa., and Dr. William,
of Lovell. Mass.: also one daugh-
ter, Gladys Bassett. of New Hav*-
en. Conn. Thurmond Monument
Company are in charge of ar-
rangements. Friends and rela-
tives arc asked to be present.
GUBERNICK UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Gubernick, formerly of 730 15th
Street, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, September 23rd at
2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Mr. Gubernick is survived by his
wife, Ida; four sons, Abraham,
Isidore, Jack and Sidney; also
four daughters, Mrs. Martha Lei-
der, Mrs. Lily Albaum, Mrs. Celia
Paldy and Mrs. Betty Feinberg;
also 12 grandchildren. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
FOR SALEDue To Illness
2-Bedroom CBS, Lovely Yard,
Garage, Good Transportation,
Near School and Shopping.
65 N. W. 50th STREET
TEMPLE ISRAEL
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
Greater Miami's Oldest and Only
Reform Jewish Congregation
Cordially Invites You
To become affiliated with their membership
and enjoy in air-conditioned comfort .
High Holiday Service!
Religiout Education for' Children
Sabbath Servicei every Friday
Temple Activities
Elevator Newly Installed
A LIMITED MEMBERSHIP
For Information Call During Week
9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Phone 9-1757
Membership Committee
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
TO SERVE YOUR
HOLIDAY NEEDS
Shochet on Premises
Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 'til Noon
(nil lord's
Poultry Co.
101 N. W. 8th St., Miami
Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939
We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage!
Miami and Miami Beach's
Finest and Largest
Jewish Funeral Home
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
50 N. W. 1st PLACE
URGES ITS MEMBERS AND NEIGHBORS
fo pick up their tickets for the High Holidays by Sunday
^' the Center. Thereafter no reservations will be held and
HI tickets will be sold to the general public.
Remember to bring your tickets when entering the
Auditorium lor Services
For Additional Tickets Phone:
Pe'nice Siegal4-0425 Charles Adelman83-14201
"Y Coverman83-3940 Joseph Myers48-9330!
Services Begin Promptly
L. A. Levine
B H. Bennett
Irving Blasberg
Funeral Director
on
Sunday, September 30th, at 6 p.m.
Monday, October 1st, at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, October 9th, at 5:15 p.m.
CANTOR
JOSEPH KRISEL
SPIRITUAL LEADER
JOSEPH HURWITZ
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1850 ALTON ROAD. M. B.
. our competent
staff is ready to re-
lieve you of all the
details in your hour
of bereavement.
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
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.u K'l Jun.lor Congregation in North Shore Area organized by
the Ahayas Israel Synagogue, under the sponsorship of Rabbi
Isaac H.Evar. Standing from left to right: Eddie Ifshin. Ireasurar:
Freddy First, president: Elliot Perry Ever, organizational leader;
t-cdy Felder. vice-president. Seated from left to right: Sisven
Goldman, f hairman of the entertainment committee; Harvey Katz,
secretary; and Bobbie Rubin, vice president. (Werner Ka!,n
photo)
Ideal Diet:
Holland Honey Cake
Fruited
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Basic to Living Longer
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Made from ingredients, considered
healthful for ages: whole rye flour,
rich buttermilk and golden honey .
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
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Afade from New 1951 Michigan Honey
Distributed by
Cochran Distributing Co.
1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
The traditional dish
'h for the H/^hHo/y Days.
The Officers and Board Members of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami. Beach
Announce that
THE HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
will be held in the
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE AND THE
DAVID WHITMAN HALL
COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
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RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach during the services in both buildings
CANTOR MOSES WEINSTE I N
Former Chief Cantor of Wilno
will chant the services with the assistance of well known
Baalei Tefilla
The seating committee is at the synagogue daily (except-
ing on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to help you select
and reserve your seats.
Selichoss Saturday. September 22nd at Midnight
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1951
Jenisfi rcriaHan
University Opens Beach
Evening Division Branch
The Evening Division of the
(University of Miami is again of-
fering a very complete selection
[of courses for adults of the Great-
|i: Miami area. More than 363
courses representing all depart-
fcnenta of the University are in-
cluded in this fall's classes. Reg-
istration is being held this week
land Monday and Tuesday of next
Iweek from 7:00-9:30 each even-
ling. Enrollment can be com-
Ipkted at the Main Campus or
Ijit any of the off-campus centers
I. Miami Beach, North Miami and
|}Iialeah.
The newest development in the
expansion of the evening program
this year has been the establish-
Iment of the Miami Beach branch.
glasses in the subjects listed be-
low are being offered at the Mi-
^.mi Beach High School, 1420
fcrcxel Avenue, for the first time.
Registration there can be com-
pleted on Thursday and Friday
evenings of this week and on
Monday and Tuesday evenings of
ftiext week from 7 to 9:30. Mr.
feick Franklin of the University
^taff will be available with ad-
visors to assist interested persons
in registration.
The selection of courses for this
|first semester at the Beach was
made on a basis of a survey of
he residential area and from the I
nanv inquiries which were di-
ected to evening division of the
University. Classes Include ac-
tounting, art. business law, Eng-
lish for Foreigners, finance, home
Economics, hotel social direction,
^luman relations, Spanish, scul-
pture, stock market, interior dec-
tion and Feferal tax account-
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jlrr. Wishnor
|0|miin Now Office
D Wilbur If. Wishner, Chiro-
I tor, announces the opening
nal offices at 704 "1st
Mi mi Beach. Dr. Wish-
als has offices at 350 Lin-
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Dr. Wishner.is Educational Di-
ector of the Dade County Chiro-
I So* iety, Bursar of the
beater Miami Tau Epsilon Phi
tiation. Warden and
a haimxan of the Miami j
|each Lodge of B'nai B'rith, a !
of the Board of Directors i
the Miami Beach Junior Cham- ]
Br of Commerce, Corresponding
ecretary of the Men's Club of !
Be Miami Beach Jewish Center, !
md also a member of the Adult:
tducation Committee of the Mi- |
|n:i Beach Jewish Center.
He attended Syracuse Uni- i
Brsity, prior to serving 3'i years
!ith the Air Force. Upon separa- i
on from service, Dr. Wishner '
ntcred chiropractice school and ;
f' four years, received his j
loctnr of Chiropractic degree at i
jncoln Chiropractic College. He j
hen completed post-graduate ;
fchool at National Chiropractic
t '' m Chicago.
Tune in
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
station: WFEC (1220 on died)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 11-12 A. M.
| Directed and Announced by
Rabbi Cassel New
Spiritual Leader
Of Kneseth Israel
Saul Meringoff, vice president
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
1415 Euclid Avenue, has official-
ly announced the election of its
new spiritual leader. Rabbi Ab-
raham M. Cassel. who has ar-
rived to assume his duties.
Rabbi Cassel is a graduate of
Yeshiva University in New York
City and was ordained at the Is-
aac Elchanan Theological Semin-
ary. He is also a graduate of
Columbia University where he
received his Masters of Arts de-
gree in psychology. He has com-
pleted his formal work for the
Doctorate in child psychology
and psychological counselling.
Rabbi Cassel is just one of
two ordained Rabbis in the coun-
try who are members of the
American Psychological Associa-
tion. He has held pulpits in
Glen Cove, Long Island, in New
York City and prior to his com-
ing to Kneseth Israel, was spir-
itual leader of the United Syna-
gogue of Hdboken, New Jersey.
While there he was especially ac-
tive in the interfaith movement
and conducted the first city-wide
National Brotherhood Week in
the history of Hoboken. For his
outstanding work in this sphere
the National Conference of
Christrians and Jews cited him
for special honors. The new spir-
itual leader of Kneseth Israel is
a member of the Rabbinical
Council of America, The New
York Board of Rabbis and the
Rabbinical Council of New Jer-
sey.
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured than riches."
GORDON
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THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
"*one for other gratefu'
families
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GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 .
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
Sim(mSeiden IRJW.^*
Jones Miami Beach Express Co.
MILO W. BENNETT
1826 West Are. Miami Beach
Phone 54707
After School Program
The after school program for
children aged six through nine
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA
began on Monday, September 17,
it was announced by Leo Huber-
man, president.
Children will be picked up by
bus at the schools which they at-
tend and brought home by"5:30
p.m. The program which will in-
clude athletics, aits and crafts,
music and dramatics will be su-
pervised by skilled leadership.
Operated on a five day a week |
basis the emphasis of the pro-
gram will be in working with !
children in small groups.
A program for those children
interested in taking regular les- !
sons in Art, music, dramatics and
modern dancing on a once a week
basis will also be initiated. Trans-
portation will be furnished here
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Bprman Poultry
Represents the choicest quality /or
over 80 years. Now selling retail.
Same prices ac our New York
branch. See it alive and Kosher,
killed.
Under Suprevision of Rabfc.s
Mescheloff & Rackovsky
Order with confidence our hen
turkeys. Long Island ducks and
Pullets for Rosh Hashona.
Free Delivery-- No Service Charge
87 Washington Ave (Beach) T>3-1839
237 N.W. 5th St. (Miami) 3-7584
Rabbi Abraham Cassel
Dade Cardiac Chapter
The Dade Chapter of the Na- j
tional Children's Cardiac Home I
plans to hold a meeting on Wed- ;
nesday, September 26th, 1:30 p.m. '
at the Delano Hotel. Plans for
the coming year will be discus-
sed, and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen will
preside.
NORMANDY SCHOOL
. ESTABLISHED 1936
Resident and Day SchoolNursery Through 12th Grcde
HIGHEST ACADEMIC STANDARDS
VISUAL EDUCATION TECHNIQUES
MUSIC AND DANCING
COMPLETE SPORTS PROGRAM
HORSEBACK RIDING
PAINTING AND CERAMICS
OPENING DATE: Nursery and Primary Grades Sept. 17
Grades through High School Oct. 2nd
Children admitted to First Grade on basis oi readiness.
1021 Biarritz Drive
Miami Beach. Florida
Leo Huberman. Headmaster
Telephone 86-6811
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1951
SEC. B
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* York on the Liberte after a Ihree-month extensive study of
jrt operations on the continent. _______________
[hibit Of Israel Past And Present
;heduled To Aid Bonds For Israel
Thr(M>-In-Ono
I .is hi on Show
Attracts Buyers
Executive director lor the Mi-
ami fashion council, Leonard
Grossman, has announced the dis-
tribution of some 10.000 bro-
chures among buyers all over the
country inviting them to Miami's
show of articles made here and
in other parts of the country. A
record crowd is expected to ar-
rive for the show's opening dur-
ing the last week in September.
Three Miami Beach hotels, the
Casablanca, the Sea Isle and the
McAllister, have been designated
to be the main points of exhibi-
tion. The Miami Fashion Council
will present 47 local manufac-
turer's wart s at the Casablanca. A
watc r and fashion show and a
dance on Saturday night, Sep-
tember 22nd. will open its pro-
gram. At the Sea Isle, the Miami
Beach National Fashions will pre-
view new styles of more than 100
lines. The McAllister will play
hosts to salesmen of some 800
southern manufacturers whi
waves will be displayed on seven
floors. Morgan Hooker, the Mc-
Allister's executive assistant
manager, stated the event was
another indication of the grow-
ing trend toward a yeai-around
economy for Miami. In order to
make room for its exhibit, he
stated. "We had to store 200 beds .
lor a week and to make sure 500
clothing racks would be avail-
able."
Perry Radin, treasurer and
I manager of the Pan American
| Fashion Mart of Miami and treas-
I urer of Miami Beach National
j Fashion Exhibitors, has assured
j that "there will be no problems of
parking or paying for cabs." Free
I busses have been arranged for
(to carry participants back and
forth across the causeway to the
three points of exhibition. Radin
is working with Nat Roth, presi-
dent of the Fashion Mart of Tam-
pa and Jacksonville and chair-
man-Manager of the Miami
Beach National Fashion Ex-
Lt. Roland J. Kohen, Medical
Corps, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman E. Kohen, 417 N. Vene-
tian Way, has been awarded the
Bronze Star for heroic action
while on duty with headquarters
of the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infan-
try Regiment.
The medal was awarded Lt.
Kohen for heroic action he en-
gaged in while treatirg wounded
soldiers under heavv fire. He was
among the medical men loaned to
the army last Decemeber slatei
for service in Korea. The naval
hero also wears the Combat In-
fantryman's badge and the Pur-
ple Heart he received for injuries
sustained in the Battle of Chip-
vong.
Lt. Kohen graduated from the
Miami Beach Senior High Scr.oJl
and attended the University of
Miami.
Miriam Jackson, director, 20th through 23rd. Suggestions
t Palestine Galleries, a proj- for the fall phase of the Israel
the Keren Hayesod. will be Bond campaign will be made by
speaker at the monthly! bond chairmen at the meeting,
IngoJ th< Council of Orgarij Liebman said. "With Israel cry-
Mis of the Greater Miami ; ing out for money to continue her
nittee for Bonds of Israel policy of open immigration, we
nt next Tuesday morn-! must redouble our efforts to sell j hibitors.
The session is scheduled for bonds now," Liebman reported. stylcs exhibited at the show-
in. in the air conditioned The executive committee of g wju nQt fjnd their way
room of the Sea Gull Hotel, the Greater Miami bond1 drive around the nation for at least slx
n Beach. Will meet Wednesday night at 8 months it has beenn announced.
I lor an exhibit of Israel, p.m. in the Nautical Room of the_______________---------
f and present, will be revealed Nautilus Hotel. Dr. Morns Good- #?%
h- meeting bv Mrs. Jackson. man. chairman, announced "It is Arthur bZVK L/l6Si
[exhibit, which is to include imperative that every member of W
dimensional reproductions : the executive committee be pres- __.,__ A.l Wftr>kc
ificant devel- lent." he said, "to hear of the de- LeOVeS An VYOrKS
35 most significa...
nts i:, Jewish life from ci.-ions reached at the Nationa
today, will be shown in I Economic Conference."
i! Beach during the coming Jose.
eason, Mrs. Jackson re-1 for Workmen
ll I The giant displays will re- ; on bch
New York City (AJP)Arthur

Rabbi Kronish
Kvrivus Kooh
group in the United States for
the Irgun. He dropped out of
the organization shortly after the
State of Israel was preclaimed.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual ( H^app.ie^his^n^rUje new
the meeting, delegates from
than 40 Jewish organiza-
m Greater Miami will re-
in the progress of the sum-
ampaign for Israel Bonds.
m.er competition among the leader of Temple Beth Sholom I -
ei organizations which be- Liberal Congregation of Miami j he Israel DeclaraHOD lno*
June 1. w.ll end October 1. Beach, reviewed the Story of My Pde nee. For many > ear.his
ding to Seymour B. Lieb- PsychoanalySis by John Knight, woik dealtwj Biblical themes
chairman. They will also | at the opening function of Tern- \ W 'mn nuWications
first-hand accounts of the! ple Beth Sholom's Sisterhood tion s foremost publications,
ional Economic Conference iast Wednesday. Born in Poland, Szyk came to
Israel, -which is being held The first social function of the I the United States, explaining he
Washington, D.C., September i seas0n took the form of a Mem- wanted to live here because he
------------------------------ bership Tea greeting old mem- regarded this country as the
. ^ I Ders and welcoming new ones, inner bastion of democracy. One
rO#l f aUHPWaU | Mrs irving Rothman, member- of his most impressive achieve- i
f##>M #VJfwr IJ ship chairman, and Mrs. Irving 1 ments was a series of illustrations
Mil* inilHtVV "^rcus, hispitality chairman of for the Hagadah on which he la-
new Broad Causeway, ,, sisterhood, took charge of re- bored four years. It required the
I after Atorney Shepard | freshments The tea was held > printers three years to complete
I, will be formerly dedicated I ,u air-conditioned Banquet its publication in 1940.
ipened to traffic on October u at m Mrs gaul Her-' Each of the 240 copies of the
Many dignitaries are expected man i_ {ne sisterhood president, i limited edition sold for $500.
attend the ceremonies.
Juilt at a cost of $2,150,000,
i auseway will extend from
Harbor to North Miami and I
le a direct route to Baker's \
iver lor mainland residents.
Allegheny Asphalt and Pav- ,
C >mpany, construction engi-
s, announces that a three-
walk on each side will bound
forty-foot wide cuseway.
}' as begun on the project '
t^unust. 1950.
V'.orney Broad has been Bay
> ir's mayor since its day of
School in 1927. He and his l
been practicing in Miami
! 1940, having received his
iegree from the New York
School in 1947. He and his
Mrs. Ruth Kugel Broad,
have a daughter. Ann, 17,
a son, Morris, 16, built Bay
"aor from the water's bot-
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Jmistl nrridiar
PAGE 3 B
Wavers Receive Miami Honors
of Mr and Mrs. Maurice University's guidance
|A Baver, 34 Cornwall Street
fcLtford. Howard and Edmund
?* were the recent recipients
fhono?s from the Un.vers.ty of
Jianu
Howa
k-ard Baver has become the
center
counselor-psychologist. He holds
a Master of Education degree
from Springsfield College where
he majored in guidance and per-
sonnel service and a Bachelor's
degree from the American Inter- i Brandeis Chapter Meets | Prog1" will follow the business
national College.
Edmund Efever received- his
Bachelor's degree at the recent
University of Miami commence-
i meeting.
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, mem-
Mrs. Morris Kogan, president of
Brandeis Chapter. American Jew- .
announces its first \ bership chairman, wil invite all
ish Congress, _
ment. He majored in clinical psy- reguiar meeting will be held on new members to a tea to be held
'S^Si^^TS^.^i^,, September 24th, 1 p.m. I at the home of Mrsjrank Berger
ate school. 'at the Sea Gull Hotel. A social on Thursday, October 17.
Who
shall
wander!
Who shall

i III*- first day of the year, it is inscribed .. wht
shall live and who shall die who shall be at
rest and who shall wander. ..." 4 _,
Who shall be at rest. .. and who shall wander?
These words of the Rosh Hashonah service are** the lips and
in the hearts of 300,000 Jews in Rumania, 60,000 Jews in Iran,
thousands more in Hungary, Libya, Tunisia and other Eastern
European and Moslem lands. '
Mho shall be brought to Israel-and who shall be left behind?.
Who shall live and who shall die?^ __
The New Year brings new hope. What will you do to fulfill it
for those who wait in lands of darkness? f
The year 5711 brought rest and peace for more than 200,000
Jews. With your help, through the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL,
thev readied Israel.
TTiii/ed ynvish J^ppeal
on behalf of Joint Distribution Committee
Lnited Palestine A,,pval United Service for Acre Americans
But for the year 5712, your help is needed still. Misery, oppres-.
sion and danger do not end with a single year.
> From Eastern Europe and Moslem lands, 60.000 can he moved
in the next three months-i'/ you act nou. In an Iron Curtain land,
thousands of Jews are in dancer of being deported to nameless
villages and an uncertain fat,e. You ran help feed them while they
hope and pray for permission to go to Israel.
From the DP camps, 10,000 can be helped to come to the U.S.
this fall. In Israel, 20,000 temporary housing units must be built
for 1:0,000 newcomers-before the rainy season begins.
Yes, in the days, the weeks lo come, you can determine
who shall he saved and who shall not.
?Give lo the United Jewish Appeal through your local
campaign. Give generouslyCite now.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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Hebrew Acaden-.v Marcie Liberman Mayor D. Lee Powell. Har-
old Turk and Melvin Richard. Miami Beach councilmen. receive
membership card* to the Academy from Irring Firtel center,
chairman of ibe membership board and member of the Academy s
board of directors. Mian Beach Ni 5 Bun
Hatz To Lead \ew
Junior Activities
A Junioi C orj r. n ."... h
will r ti M -..- Sa:_:-
day moreiBf 1(
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CczBaaantator
Chest Leaders Ncnned
Hevard Kane, vice president
and secretary of the Mercantile
Bar.k of Miami Beach,
and Leon McAskill. publisher of
The Florida Sun. were appointed
., ".ier. of the Dad" County
rnunity Chest's drive last
c. Jame5 I Keller. Jr., gen-
eount) chairman, annourced
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Ity :.ms will be their
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Neighbor Club At Cards
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Pertj will be held on Tues-
day Septen ber 25th at 1 p.m. on
the 1 w VaMemer, N E. 5th
I and Biscayne Boulevard.
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bave not had the op-
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Pioneer Congregaticn cf Greater Miami
Coral Way and 26th Road
Extends to its members end friends
ttest Wishes for
a Happy and Healthy
\er Year
We cordially inv:te you
to attend High Hcliccy Services
at our new Syncgogue
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES
Assisted by the Beth David Choir
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;AY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1951
+Jmisi> Hark/tan
PAGE 5 B *
[osevell Women
, Hold Banquet
L Thursday evening, Septem-
|-)7th the officers of Roosevelt
Inie No. 33 will meet at the
G f Mrs. M. Kastoff, 1707
15th Street. Mrs. Lewis J.
fcfe will preside.
Ban- will oe made to enter-
,h, organization's Grand
Lf ,,f Florida, Mrs. Bessie Li-
. of Pensicola with a ban-
to be followed by a district
Ivention.
kniversary Dinner For
Etropolitan Manager
Lttv Davis 21 Room in the
Gull Hotel, Miami Beach,
J the site of a 40th anniversary
fcration last Saturday night.
lartin R. Williamson was hon-
a\ ,i surprise dinner for his
service with the Metropoli-
Lif< Insurance Company.
arman of the committee of
Met office workers, Nat Cans,
nged the affair for his organ-
Hi's local manager.
rish Home Chapter
Tuesday, September 25th,
[p.m. Mrs." John Feller of 1345
18th Street will open her
to the Greater Miami Chap-
Li thi National Home for Jew-
fchikinn at Denver for their
meeting of the year.
unusual program of events
be presented to the mem-
;.n nittees will be appointed.
lingman Raises
ids For Palsy
I fork City (AJP)A sec-
comedian has follow-
( lead of Milton Berle in j
ig .. marathon television |
: raise :unds for fighting;
Yi ungman acted as
nies in a 16-hour
from Town Hall.
i than S81.000 for;
|i I Pais v fund. Berle
J i- of thousands
h around-the-
Damon Run- ''
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Mrs. David Rosen of the Lor-
ber Chapter, National Home for
Jewish Children at Denver will
act as chairman for her group's
Membership Tea at the Latin
Quarter on Palm Island, Satur-
day. September 22, 2 p.m. The
Home is for asthmatic children,
completely charitable and* the
only one of its kind in exist-
ence.
Cardiac Chapter Partys
The Flamingo Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac
Home held its Membership Party
last Wednesday in the Melvin
Cohen Hall on West Flagler
Street.
Speaker of the evening was
Mrs. Edmund Perls and commit-
tee chairman, Mrs. Howard
Learner. Hostesses were the Mes-
dames Dacks, Mintz, Rosen, Mel-
ker, Avedon. Kam, Hirshberg,
Baido, Grant, Cohen and Rapp.
Balkin.
Attend
Hoffman
% IK M mhin To Play
Japan, India
I V k City (AJP)Jehudi
l '.v:ll make musical his-
'untries during the
ncert year.
! lay ;n Japan, re-open-
ncert field in that coun-
tern artists for the first
j in 13 yi ars, Next year he
|beci me the first American
n many years to play in
'king a concert ap-
V 'here at the invitation
India Government.
Gilbert J. Balkin. director, and
Daniel N. Hoffman, assistant di-
rector. Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. are in Atlanta, Georgia,
this weekend attending the meet-
ing of the ADL Southern Region-
al Board in that city.
Mr. Balkin will present a re-
port at the meeting on the cur-
rent status of organized bigotry
in the South.
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a season spent at South Haven,
Michigan, where he was con-
nected with Mendelsohn's Atlan-
tic Resort.
Mr. Sonntag, whose catering
service is available for weddings.
Bar Mitzvahs and other social
functions, has* opened operations
for the season. The concern is
under the supervision of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
the Mesdames Palmer, Pepper,
Weger, Swimmer, Schwartz, Ziss-
man and Tambor.
Beth El Women Explain Meaning Of Holy Days
The Beth El Sisterhood's first
regular meeting of the season will
take place on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 25th, 8 p.m. at the Beth El
Center; 500 S.W. 17th Avenue.
A program arranged by Mrs.
Jacob Tambor, depicting the sig-
nificance and development of the
High Holy Day customs and cere-
monies will be presented. Par-
ticipants in the program will be
Myerson Pioneers Meet
The Golda Myerson Pioneer
Women's Club will hold its first
meeting of the season on Tues
day, September 25th, 8 p.m. at the
Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Avenue.
Women Plan Dedication
Mrs. Sol Silverman, 1550 Jef-
ferson Avenue, newly elected
president of the Miami Beach
Women's Anxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will open
its first get-gether of the season
with a Board of Director's meet-
ing on Tuesday, September 25th,
1 p.m. in the card room of the
Promenade Hotel, 2469 Collins
Avenue.
Plans for a dedication to the
memory of Sophia Sherry, first
president of the group, will be
made at that time.
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+Jcnist!nor*Ut*r
i niun i,
^*na*BER2i
Letters To The Editor
r. Jewish Flondiar..
_ N E S.w. > M:a:;u. Fla.
Deai Editor:
Over a year ago The Jewish
Fiordiar. published my letter
-. nominated "for the man of
doing the greatest dis-
serve I his people in the com-
ity the department store
ir.t: who has been causing the
.: elderly women for pil-
elry trinkets."
'.:. letter | :nted out how the
aid be corrected.
..:. editor's note, you
e, I thank
- r printing my complaint. I
that letter
jnwelcome situ-
inly, these ar-
nger noted in the
by far u in the
the good mar. of
store
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itionary
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Harry Sirkin Returns
From Israel And Europe
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Mr. Fred Shochet.
Editor. The Jewish Flondian.
' Dear Sir:
I read with interest the article
en Moms Klass' interview con-
cerning the competition between
the UJA and the Israel Bond
Drive. I would like to indicate:
II | There if no competition be-
tween the Israel Bond Campaign
and the UJA. These two cam-
paigns are part of Israel's Four
Point Program: the other two
portions are inter-governmental
grants and increased private in-
vestment in Israel. There are
many who still do not understand
the distinction between the UJA
and Israel Bor.ds. The UJA pro-
ceeds are used primarily to bring
persecuted and homeless Jews
from Europe, the Middle East and
..el. It also sup-
their medical an I
-.. is wl h in lude a I ed,
king
ther thii
that p nt '.'.-. I J< -" AP"
pi nd the Govern
Israel and the people I -
The UJA
r -. anj id d
I the people or goven
Israel.
2) The 1 was pr
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od oi ng An i
sed and
guaranteed 1 it in i

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UJA.

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: Kaplan.
; Minister ol Fin n ir i
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entai purpos I
: Issui to provide t .
nvestments
and const
n

expendit
i: i
[ Israel is let
[ the current
needs, t

if electric power
igncultural
economic
:' : :apidly
I
.raging
the Gov-
r.g the
liable
in Iusti .:. er.ter-
..; A-
we are
now on the threshold of a period
of '.arge capital ir.Testmenl for the
primary purpose of improving
cur balance cf payments and pro-
Tiding the tools and ^JJ*"
for the integration of hundreds oi
thousands of new immigrants,
(3) Mr KJass' statement that
the UJA group "has shown supe-
riority on a comparative basis is
not borne out by the facts. Out
of our last Federation campaign,
the UJA received $553,000.00. In
four months of the Bond cam-
paign in this community, over
S630.000.00 worth of bonds were
sold. So far some fifty million
dollars in cash has been deliver-
ed to Israel from jhe proceeds of
the Bond campaign. This amount
i* greater than that of anv otner
Bond issue floated in the United
St tes with the exception of our
own Government bonds. Further-
more, more money has reached
Israel from the proceeds of the
Bond campaign thus far than
from all other philanthropic fund
raising campaigns in this coun-
trv this year.
(4. It is difficult to tell from
reading the report of the inter-
view whether Mr. Klass deplored
a coming degree of indepen-
dence" when viewing the eco-
state in Israel at large. I
am quite sure that every right
person want.- Israel to
:. imically indeper.d- i
Jewry and I
k forward 1 the day
we would not have to con-
much on our
at philant py 1 I i
an only come t!
isful bond campaign The
n if it we:- raise its
annual quotas, would not
.hut ::me one da)
5 Israel has never pr
UJA funds a
ted. In fact. Is
i ai ing in I viding
ret ren I bring
il UJA has be.
real than that ol
n Jewry. 1
.-. luall
L'JA funds
r two yea
a spec..;
percent, called "an Absorption)
tax" in order to compensate for |
our failure to meet our annual ,
UJA goals.
Again quoting from Finance
Minister Kaplan, we have this
second statement: "In its first
phase, the Bond drive has al- |
ready demonstrated its success.
This is an expression of the con- :
fidence. courage and skills and
talents of the people of Israel. It
il also an historic turning point
in our relationship with Ameri-
can Jewrv which understands our
basic problem of economic devel- i
opm nt."
The use of the word "competi-
tion" bv the Executive Director
of our Federation was most un-
fortunate. The Bond campaign is
not philanthropic fund raising. It
is an effort by the Government
of Israel to build economic stabil-
itv bv borrowing capital from
Jew and non-Jew alike. This
money will be returned with in-
terest. I am quite sure that with
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SEPTEMBER 21, 1951
-Jewish nor Mian
PAGE7B
LEGAL NOTICE
TrF BV PUBLICATION
1.= Circuit court of the
"-1th judicial circuit of
VmA IN AND FOR DADE
UNTY: IN CHANCERY.
U No 143741
hri. Re ntuii Doughty
Oakland Street
fc.,1 llank, New Jersey
.,,. c-nnelt Doughty, are
,,i u,.,, a (tin of Com-
|f, Divorce has been fled a-
,u and you re required to
' .,\ ,,r your Answer of Plead-
lih Hill of Complaint on the
[,''" Attorney. Stephen P.
f ........... West F'lagler St.. Mi-
lk and file the original Am-
Pleading i" the office of the
,i. Circuit Court on or be-
rth day of October, 1951. I
ii in d" so. Judgment by default
Yiki-ii against you for .the re-
1 ,,!>!,I in the BUI of Com-
AN
tills
il
I
C
I
It Cot
I
11 ORDERED it Mi imi.
12th day of September.
B. WEATHERMAN,
jerk, Circuit Court.
adi County, Florida.
,1 Beal)
, c i: WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
ii. -,
hTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA, IN AND FOR OADE
iUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143763
(AM McJENKINS, Plaintiff.
\l. JENKINS Defen lant.
DIA McJENKINS,
4||>KN('E I'NKN'iiWN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ii.. required to serve a copy
to the Kill of Corn-
fur Divorce "ii the plaintiff's
\ and to file the original
' n tl.....fflce of the clerk of
nil t'ourl on or before the
. ,, i ibi r, A.D 1951. othei -
i urn of i "omplalnl f r I l -
I retofore filed herein, will be
confessed by yo
ii \i an I, Florida, this the
i,f Seiiti mber, 1951,
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
clerk of thi i ir til Co ii t-
iMil. County, PI .'id i.
'in t S I
Ilv (1 D HARDtB,
:'. L'll
A HtlEDMAN.
t,.i Plaintiff,

;. |0 ".
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE 18 HEREBY'GIVEN that
the partnership lately existing be-
tween the undersigned JACK RCBIN'
and IRVING RUBIN carrying on the
business known as BEACH LETTER
'" .it IMf-C West Avenue, Miami
Beach, Dads County, Florida, was
on the uuh day of September, l5l,
dissolved by mutual consent and the
business in the future win be carried
on by BEACH LETTER CO., INC
wh? .?"..,"?>' 1""1 discharge all debts
and liabilities and receive all monies
payable to the suld late firm
IRVING RUBIN
JACK RUBIN
MAMBER and LIFTER, -
Attorneys
350 I.in,-.,In Road
Miami Keach. Florida
9/14-21
v
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LlUDIClAL CIRCUIT IN AND
|DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
VNCERY.
No. 14375C
CL I I \l: I' iW, Plaintiff.
kll I LIGHTNER KARTOW
. known .is
RBT CoRNWELL BARTOW
. known as
RET WARNER BARTOW.
Defendant.
ICE BY PUBLICATION
lARET LIGHTNER BARTOW
|l ..,.wn as
IAKII CORNWBLL BARTOW
|ls< known as
lARET WARNER KARTOW
I'nknow n
e hereHy notified t.> serve a
your Answer to the Bill of
(Int for Divorce filed herein by
lintitf s attorney. Theodore R.
Esq., 2146 Pone* De Leon
ird. Coral Gables, Florida, and
the origlnnl thereof with the
bf the above named Court on
Ore the Ilth day of October,
ii; otherwise a Decree Pro
will be entered against you.
this II day of September,
I,
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Clri uil I' >urt
B] M C PEL IE.
Deputy Cl.-rk
riCE
nk
hi i. i.'
Nl I
N
I'RSI
I. K
J
It end.
h.
I.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S HEREBY GIVEN that
i d, desiring to eng ige In
i the fi. lltloua names >l
YMBNT SERVICE AND
:si:s REGISTRY
IRSBS' REGISTRY
IS' A-l REGISTRY
Hi St., Miami. Mi. and
Vve., Miami Beach
to register -1i l
..ik of the Circuit C
unty, Florida
A M. MEIDENBBRG
Sole Owner
1" 5
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish Florldlan so
Slto your letjal qoUcm.
appreciate y o a f
ronage and guaran-
accuraie service) at
Bal rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE LS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALLAPATTAH HALE HOUR
LAUNDROMAT at 1512 N.W. 36th
Street Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Uade County. Florida
EDGAR DAVIS
MARGUERITE DAVIS
STEPHEN F. KE8BLER
Attorney for Owners
9/14-21-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI BEACH LOAN COMPANY
at 239 5th street. Miami Beach, |-l.i .
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AL ABRAM.S
_____ Sole Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Kldg.
9/14-11-18 10/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rli.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DISPLAY UNLIMITED, at 318 BIs-
ayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida In-
tends to reglstei said name with the
si k of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DELTRIX CORP,
By Reuben M. Levin, President
Attest: Delia Rifkln,
I 1 V
9 14-21-28 1"/'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I i sni >- Ii
business under the fictitious name if
RUSTY PLUMBING CO n it Incor-
porated. at No. 2828 S. W, 9th Sire.:.
Miami. Florida, intends t > register
said name with the Clerk .f the C -
cult Court ot 11.i.l,. Coimtv. Florida.
RUSSELL .1 SUFUTH. Jr.
THEODORE J. SAKoWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
22 Seybold Building. Miami. Fla.
8/31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT >F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OIRCI'IT
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
Steubenvilie, Ohio
You. Allen Ijevey, 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 D. CaMIn, 74< Bey-
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 Mh day of October,
1951. If you fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken againsl rou
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of August. A.D..
IDS I
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M c FEIQB.
Deputy Clerk.
STANLEY D. i'A I DIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
748 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida "
9/7-14-21-28
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24144
RE: ESTATE OP
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 2Sth day of Sept..
1B(1. will apply to the Honorable W.
F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for filial discharge as
Administrator Of the Estate of Arthur
Well, dei eased.
This 29th day of August. 1951.
FRED R. llER'MIER.
As Administrator of the
Estate of Arthur'Weil.
Deceased.
MYERS. HE1MAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrat ir
650 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1 SI 9/7-14-21
ri^SS^
E'TLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
2nS ST. MIAMI 32, FLA.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ft.74VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.IN CHANCERY. NO. 143382
ALEXANDER E WOLFE and FAN-
NIE S WOLFE, his wife and OIL-
.-. I F WOLFE, and MART
ELIZABETH WOLFE, his wife,
I'la in tiffs, vs.
EDOAR CUE. and if married. ----------
COE. his wife, et al, Defendants.
TO: EDOAR coE, and if married,
---------- COE. his wife.
Residence unknown,
and if dead, all unknown heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, legatees, creditors ,,r
other persons or parties claiming by,
through, under or against anv of the
named defendants, who are no't known
to be dead or aljve, ad nil persons or
parties otherwise claiming anv right,
title, claim or interest in and to the
following described property, to-wit:
Lot Eleven (11), In Block One
(1). of RIIXiEWAY SUBDIVI-
SION. ,i 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 It. 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, 1931, otherwise a de-
cree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated ths 24 day of August. 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Orcujt Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEKSE. D. C.
S/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 Al.UM-A-I.ocK DOOR SEAL CO.
(not Inc.) at 3.7995 N. W. :,4th Street,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
NATHAN C. WALBERG,
Sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Nathan C. Walberg
- .1 9 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26486-A
In Re: ESTATE i IF
HARRT I. WILENSKY, I..........I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY L. WILENSKY. de-
ceased. Inte of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the HON. \V. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his of-
fice In the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred.
Date August 24, A.D.. 1951.
MARY B. WILENSKY.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
HARRY L. WILENSKY,
Deceased.
RICHARD K. FINK
Attorney for Administratrix
S,'31 9/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of
MIAMI JEWELRY EXCHANGE
at number 27 N. E. 2nd Street, in the
Citv 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.
M BCHAFFER
Attorney at Law
707 Blacayne Bidg.
Miami. Florida
X-31 ;. 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol ALLIED SEWING 'ENTER AND
VACUUM STORES >t 117 West Flag-
l.r Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
sr said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _____ ..
ERVINO PUGA H
TAIL PUGACH
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fia.
9/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol BAMPLE SHOE SHOP, at 2302
police de I.e.hi Blvd., Coral Gables,
Fla., intends to register said natin
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY I.URIE
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Building
8'31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRFJBY OVF7N that
(he undersigned, desiring to sni
business under the fictitious name of
MAURICE'S LAUNDROMAT
at 12540 N E "th Avenue. North Mi-
ami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade county. Florida.
HARRY I-11IEDMAN
BETTE FRIEDMAN
SEYMOUR A. OOPMAN
Attorney for Applicants
3".u Lincoln Road
/! s/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious ns
of Hade Auto Parts at South Miami,
Dade County. Fla.. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
F'l.oRIDA AUTO SUPPLY. INC. &
CHARLES HAWKINS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawyers Bidg.
22i> N.E. 2nd Avenue
/7-14-*l-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
F:. O. LIQUORS at 1185 West Fiagler
Street, Miami, Fia.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD C FIRMAN.
Sole owner
ARONOVITZ & AKONOVITZ
Attorneys for Harold <;. F'urman
Seybold Building
S/31 s/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX ZEMMELMAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN. Defendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
. o Feiffbaum
321 E. Wrd St.
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bi'l
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answei
to the bill of complaint on plaintiffs
attorney and file the original Answer
In the office of the Clerfi of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 15th day
of October. 1951; otherwise, the al-
ienations of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against \..i
Hated this 13th day o( September,
1951.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputv Clerk (Seal)
GE< IRGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9 21-28 10 5-1.'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTK'E is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiringr to engaite
in business under Che fictitious name
of LINCOLN SCHOOL OF ''1111.11
DEVELOPMENT al U Collins Aven-
ue, Miami Beach, Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Clrcuil Court of Dade County,
F'lorida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC *.
sen..... mc
LEON B. SLATER I SS.
KAPLAN, DIETZ .<- I.ASKY
.v JOSEPH W. MAI.EK
Attorneys for^App!leant
350 Lincoln Road
:> 21 -28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage;
in business under the fictitious name
i BAMROSE APARTMENTS at 24S3
S W 27th Street. Miami. Fla.. intend
to register -aid name with the Clerk
.f th.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
SAMUEL WEISS
ROSE WEISS
9 SI -28 1" 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
.j- ne-s under the fictitious name of
CLOCKERS SPORT SELECTIONS it
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Fla.,
Intends jo register said name with tho
clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
Countv. Florida.
BEN SHAMES,
i iwn-r
9/14-21-23 i"/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 143773
Louis KOHN, Plaintiff,
VS.
FRANCES T. KOHN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANCES T KOHN
63 W. Main Street
Sonieiviiic. New Jersey
You. FRANCES T. KOHN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
s.-rve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys. FOKB8 a
FKISH.MAN. ESQ.. 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th 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.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of September.
A.D. 1951.
F:. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Pade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy cierk
FOKBS A IRISHMAN. B8Q.
Attorneys For Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Mi nr.i Beach, Florida
9 1I-21-2S 1" 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
in business under the fictitious n.inie
of l.n'4|.i: GLASS SCHOOLHOUSE
at si Collins Avenue, Miami Bea h,
Fla., intends to register said name,
with the cierk ..f the Circuit court >f
11.ii.- i lounty, i iorlda.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SI "Hoi iL, In.
LEON B SLATER, Pres.
KAPLAN. DIETZ ,v I.ASKY
A JOSEPH W MALEK
Attornej for Applli
350 I.in. ..In Road
9 21-28 I" 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I il
the undersigned g I
businesv under I he tltlous na
of I>E .I'd.IE JEWELERS at 536 L n
Miami Bea. h, FI.....da, i
tends : eglatei sal I nan.- I
cierk of the Circuit C lurt if I i le
'ounty, Floi ids
SIGMCND DRUCK .
(sole iwner)
DAVID DltlCKER
Attornev for Slgmund Drucker
: 21-28 I" 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
in business under the fictitious name
of KARI.INS ERI'lT SH1PPF:RS at
1521 Washington Ave Miami Beach.
Fla.. int-nds to register said name,
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
bf:vf".rly ftnkelstein.
(sole owneri
MA I.YIN ENOI.ANDBR
311 Lincoln Road
Attorney for Applicant
9 21-2S 10/5-12
that
1951,
and
auc-
ash.
NOTICE OF SALE
N'i rTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
on the 19th day of September,
between the hours of 9:30 am
"..... p.m., we win sell at Public
tion to the highest bidder foi
at the "'.can Haven Hotel. 155 0 ean
Drive, Miami Beach. Fla., van..us
articles of clothing and personal be-
longings left unclaimed for a period
of more than 90 days and upon Whli h
a li.-n is claimed; above being the
property of Jay Chalson, Joe Karnls.
V Gomes and B. Maroon.
Said sale to be under and by Virtue
..! the Statutes ..f the St.l'e .it !'; I
ill such cas.s made and provided
i M "BAN HAVEN Hi ITEL
. 21 28 I i 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALVIN SALES CO. at 301 S. W
52nd Court. Miami. Florida. Intends
t. register said name with the clerk
of th.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
F'lorida
A IAIN NEWMAN
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Aivin Newman
t 2:-L> 10 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to em
business under the fictitious name if
ATLAS OLASS PRODUCTS CO. at
727 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. Fla .
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
HARRY ATLANSKY
8'31 9 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of* THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND F"oR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 143596
JOHN A. CARSTENS, Plaintiff.
vs.
IRENE i Alts TENS. Defendant.
You, IRENE CARSTENS, :U Oranite
street. Brooklyn, New York, are re-
quired to serve copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
.oi plaintiff's attorney. HARoLD
SHAPIRO, i'27 Lincoln Road, Miami
Reach, Florida, and file the original
in the ..(fie of the Clerk of this
Court on or before October 5. 19.51.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be ellteied .IgaillSt > OU
Dated September 5. 1951
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H Rice. Jr.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/7-14-21-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 143889
VYARES FINANCE COR1
A TION, formerly known a-
Ayares Small Loan Co., Inc.,
a l-'i.c Ida oi poi al Ion, Plaintiff.
\ s.
ELMi i P (WENS an I
MAROARET OWENS, Defendants.
TO ELMO P oWEN's nd
MARGARET OWENS
Address Pnknown
NOTICE TO APPEAR
YOl' ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
I'. i APPEAR to the B II ol I 'on
of Mortgage I ore. losure f
you In ths above itj le I ause,
before October 19, 1*51, which mort-
gage encumbers the following
ci Ibed personal pi operty, situate ind
being in Dad.- County, Florida, to-wlft
I 2s c neon sign, l display
with drapes, drop curtain and car-
peted platform. 2 ornamental ferns,
I 7 ft sectional with Shelves I
laege leather and chrome watting
room chairs, l chrome table, i three
drawer filing cabinet, 1 t I dl l "
card index. I Rand M.Niilly W II '
Atlas and stand. 1 glass COI '
map table with drawers. I metal
in i chrome executB e desk, i
.hrome and leather swivel chair. 1
straight chairs chrome and leather
With arms. 1 metal and chrome sec-
retarial salesmen desks.
and l.-ather swivel chut-. I i.l
pictures, I 12 ft linen mounted Mi-
ami Beach map, l neon elec. clock,
-'. wast.- [taper baskets. 2 fliloi .
fixtures four tube each. 1 rolling
typewriter tablemetal. 1 1951
al typewriter. i 1951 Burrougfi
ing machine. 1 1951 Hedman F.B.
. I-.- k prote. tor.
Otherwise the allegations of slid Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
i bj you.
Dated al Miami, Piorlda, this 18th
i Bepternbi r, 1951,
E B LEATHERMAN.
i 'lerk of the i ilrcull Court.
B) O. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. F'AHER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
21-2* Hi, 5-12


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advancementsimprovements not known or possible before,
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