The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24Number 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
S^ Thrift Shop Holds Sunday Collection
>nd<
Held Sunday
oTpreencv joint meeting The highpoint of a drive spon-
. r'oumil of Organizations i sored by the Miami Chapter, Na-
Hcwaktrs Bureau of the.tional Council of Jewish Women
Lr Miami Committee for j will take place on Sunday, Oc-
l Ronds will be held Sun- tober 7th when a Council Col-
Imorning at the Royal Palm lection Day will be held for the
l545 Collins ave.
bond chairmen, bond work-
,residerts of member organ-
and members of the
bns
persons can leave rehabilitated l ible danger exists of fears or. thus affording them the oppor-
and armed with the qualifications J confusions engendered by the tunity of on-the-job training. The
necessary for self-sustained in- recent European upheavals re- j articles will then be sold in the
tegration into various trades. | asserting themselves. I Thrift Shop. Calls Friday, Satur-
The Miami Chapter's new quar- | Herbert Scher, general chair- day and Sunday to 3-6554 or
ters, 6,000 square feet of space,j man of the Sunday drive, has ar- I 3-7475 will bring a truck to the
purpose of establishing a bank will soon be opened at 2073 N.W. ranged for a fleet of volunteer I donor's home,
of supplies for its Thrift and 7th Avenue. Working in con- trucks to pick up articles of Funds have been made avail-
Workshop, junction with the Jewish Social I clothing, furniture, tools, house- | able by the United Service for
Established by the council for j Service Bureau and the Jewish I hold equpiment and toys that I New Americans and by the
Bureau have been urg- the purpose of lending aid to new Vocational Service, the council \ prospective donors wish to con- ; Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
attend In addition, mem- Americans residing in the area, will attempt to secure positions ; tribute. At the Workshop, these tion to augment the Miami Chap-
of the executive committee '
been requested to be at
meeting. "In view of the
lusness of the present econ-
situatio:i in Israel, it is
important that every work-
Bonds of Israel attend this
session." Seymour B. Lieb-
chairman of the Council of
mzations said Wednesday.
Simonhoff, chairman of
[Speakers Bureau, reported
J -all members of the Speak-
iBureau should make every
to be at this meeting,
.. will bring them up to date
srael's urgent requirements."
nal standings in the summer
etition of the Council of
r.izations will be announced
he meeting. Winners in the
women's and religious
divisions will also be an-
ed.
the workshop will act as a point j for its charges as soon as they I articles will be made into sale- ter. National Council of Jewish
of departure from which these are self-reliant and when no vis- able condition by the workmen. Women in their work.
Nazi Crimes Against Jews Admitted By German Restitution
Seen Skeptically
NEW YORK (JTA) Ger-
many's admission of responsibil-
ity lor restitution to the Jewish
people for the crimes committed
against them by the Nazi regime
was welcomed in Jewish circles
this week as a "first step" but
the sincerity of Germany's inten-
tions, it was pointed out, would
be shown only when the Bonn
Government makes concrete pro-
Bonn Government; Pledges Restitution
Bonn (WNS) A declaration
admitting German responsibility
for the Nazi crimes against Jews,
offering to negotiate Jewish re-
stitution claims with representa-
tives of the Jewish people and
the State of Israel and expressing
a desire to achieve peace with
Israel was made here this week
in the West German Parliament
by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
fereth Israel Center Threatened
The declaration was approved i Bonn Government, he asserted, is
by a standing vote of the depu- | committed to the principle of re-
ties of all major parties except j jecting "any form of racial dis-
the Communists.
Speaking of the hideous crimes
"perpetrated in the name of the
German people" under nazism,
the Chancellor said the German
people were obliged "to make
moral and material amends, both
as regards the individual damage
crimination." At the same time
he promised strong legislation
against religious and racial per-
secution. Simultaneously he call-
ed on the German people to
recognize the full equality of the | posals
J5Wf '"Germany and he appeal- Dr Nahurn Goldmann, co-chair
f.d t(? the churches and educa- man of the Jewisn Agency, which
tional insti itions to do all l has been deaiing with restitution
which Jews have suffered and as
regards Jewish property for I their power within their area in I probtomi tnrough'the Joint" Re^
which there are no longer in-order that the spirits of humane I Jtitutinn Successor Organization
; dividual claimants." He expressed and religious tolerance not only
, hope of a settlement that would should be formally recognized but
ii U_.,, l/!.|nnA> 1/1/1/ Cimm P Til NeW TlOienCI?, l\I\l\ ^Itjll OSICU jws and tne people of Germany entire German people, and es-
pecially among the German
youth, in respect of their pey-
Ur*W
j -r< a new and healthy basis." The
dvramite explosion set off four months ago, designed to1
.oy "the then new Tifereth Israel Northside Jewish Center
ding and which delayed its completion, culminated in the KKK's
tt recent atrocity last Monday night. Kimball. Vischi Elected
] A slanderous sign nailed to a three-foot high wooden cross j .-_ vorth Miami officials
left leaning against the front door of the Center. 6500 North I JJWl2^ *K
mi Avenue. Written in Ger- (lights have been jnstalled on the j as a result of last Tuesday's elec-
and headed bv the caption sjte and a guard posted as a re- tion.
Itschland Ueber Alles, it called
Intion to old Nazi atrocities
, gave warning by implication
rdamned Jews and dirty Ne-
sult of these incidents.
Replacing the two outgoing
stitution Successor Organization,
said this week that "it must be
obvious that the amounts involv-
ed must be in some proportion to
the magnitude of the destruction
of Jewish assets for which the
German people are responsible."
He warned that "no arrangement
could be considered acceptable
unless it satisfied not only the
claims of individual Jews and of
the Jewish people as such, but
ur.i.t..m dm.ht* that the in- councilmen E. C. Harner and during the period of National So-
Weisbaum doubts that the in- u are Leonard' cialism," adding that "the great
Clde J /ULT& .! mAl Kimball and Edmund G. Vischi. majority of the Germany people
anything to do with this most
s". Hitler and the KKK were : recent threat. Meanwhile, a meet-
led at the bottom.
orge We:-! aum, president of
t Center, rushed to the build-
owinn a phone call from
old Ruin, vice president, who
brled th ,t an anonymous
^ning about further explos-
had been received. Flood-
ing of the Knights of the Ku
Klux Klan set for last Monday
right seemed to fizzle in the rain.
Members failed to appear at a
vacant lot at NE. Miami Court
and 36th Street after Grand
Dragon W. H. Brough of Wild-
wood had been asked to talk.
The new officials will serve two- j abhorred the crimes against the
year term^ and take office on'Jews and had no part in them."
November 1st. He said many Germans risked
J. E. Ludick defeated R. L. i their lives and were prepared to
McBane and five other candi- help their Jewish compatriots. He
chological attitude and actions."
The Bonn Government and the
vast majority of the German peo-
ple, the Chancellor asserted, "is
conscious of the immeasurable
suffering that was brought to | ^ve all, the "specific and de-
bear upon the Jews in Germany tyiled clairns presented by the
and in the ccupied^erntones | Government of Israel which have
already won the moral support
of the Western Powers and of
Jewish organizations throughout
the world."
dates for the post of North Mi-
ami mayor.
firomised speedy restitution legis-
ation and equally speedy imple-
mentation of the laws. With re-
gard to the extent of the repara- M"u"tual 'security Bin has agreed
tions. he said German ability to ti) ;lllocate lo tsraei aDOut $63.-
Israel Receives
I .S. Economic Aid
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
Senate-House conference on the
pay will be limited by the bitter
necessity of having to provide
000,000 of the $160,000,000 in eco-
nomic aid allocated for the Near
I

for innumerable war victims" and gasj
caring "for the refugees ar.d ex- President Truman is expected
pellees." At the same time he (() ^ the mcasure soon. The
asserted that the Bonn Govern- Senatc-House conference cut the
ment "is prepared, jointly with ; House figure by $15,000,000.
representatives of Jewry and the I
State of Israel, which has admit-
ted so many homeless Jewish ref-
ugees, to bring about a solution
of the material reparation prob-
lem in order to facilitate the
way to a spiritual purgir.g of un-
heard of suffering."
Paul I.oebe. Social Democratic
Freiheit Staff Called
Communist By Malkin
NEW YORK (AJP) Every
staff member of the Freiheit,
Yiddish daily, is a "trusted mem-
ber of the Communist party." an
achieve reconciliation* m > fe ^u
State of Israel and the Jew Maikin. now a confidential con-
achieve reconciliation with
State of Israel and the Je\
the world. It is up to s Germans Immigration Serv-
, to take AefintteP.The(Social d that ,he of ,,ie
| Democrats therefore will heart, > ^^ ^ ^ ^
[support this action of the Federjl K^* _._, nartv
| Government. We would have IL
Photoqrophed above Is sign left at the Tliereth Iwael Center
corned it being taken earlier with
greater determination." He as-
serted that all right-thinking peo-
ple were ashamed of the infa-
mous deeds committed under a
misuse of Germany's name to the
horror of the "overwhelming ma-
jority" of the German people.
BE ADM. I .V IJ
All general nows copy must
be in our office by Tuesday
noon in order to insure publi-
cation in thai week's issue.
Those desiring to insert pic-
tures must hare th'jm in our
office not later than Monday at
fire o'clock.
To Urge Hiring
Of The Disabled
The Greater Miami Employ The
Physically Handicapped Commii-
headed by Jack Bell will, in
conjunction with President Tru-
man's National Committee, par-
ticipate in the Oi tober 7th
through 13th Handicap Week
i whose function it is "to call spec-
ial attention to the need for in-
creased employment of the han-
dicapped."
Civic clubs, newspapers and
the radio will attempt to prove
I that the physically impaired
show by comparison with able
bodied men a favorable work
record as regards absenteeism,
efficiency, disabling accident
rate, minor injuries and skills.
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PAGE 2 A
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FRIDAY.
Leaders Of Greater Miami Campaign
For Bonds of Israel View Conference
bond drive, announced that 33 Two public rallies in behalf of
rational Jewish organizations the Israel Bond campaign will be
were actively participating in the staged in the Miami Beach Audi-
national conference. "The wide
participation of the national Jew-
ish organizations is a reflection of
Washington JT.V The first mand leaders participating in the the great mass interest and sup-
natior.al economic conference for conference gave the Israelis the Prt which the Israel bond drive
ended its four-day tuOesk assurance that we shall has already elicited in every cor-
thering wil total stand by 1 '' I M ** V^f,
i of the economic tasks I I re walk of American Jewish Life,
-"00.000.000 State indis] to their secure fu- ne saxa.
;.: [] nd :s. ture." In bihza- A feature of thi wssi n today
the American Jewish com- t announcement by Vice
theresoluti sstal -..lent Alban \V. Barkley that
Davi Ben-G iri "American Jews who made a he had purchased a $1,000 bond
contribution to tl sent for his wife, who
ergence of Israel as 8 viKorous celt ted her birthday today He
:a- new democra i as- declared that 'no greater calan
the added .;. could befsll America than the.
... .;..., assuring the success of the $500.- collapse of Israel" .and asserted
nouncement by v? ? ta
Malafl
tree and creative nation." He
promised that there would be no
tening of immigration and in
reference to receipt of the first
S50.000.000 of the bond drive pro-
ceeds he said, "the first fruits of
ureat loan can already be
nomic indeper.den. We recog- The local delegation to the four-
nize that the settlement of ad- dav conclave :n Washington. DC.
ditional hundreds of thousands of Wa. headed c.v Dr. Morns Good-
newcomers in the next few years man. chairman of the Greater
Miami Committee. Others from
dation of Israel's .achievements
through the productive ir.\ it
this area attending the confer-
ence included Mrs. Goodman,
n in the increasing tempo of m.6n,s mae bv .e sale f State Mrs Anna Brenner Mevers. Mrs.
trial expansion, in the ex- 0I 'irael oonas. Ida Wessel. Mrs. Dorothy Barnett.
I ration of our natural resources. Measures to implement the mo- and Mrs. Max Weitz. Samuel
increased Luilding activity and bilization call, adopted in resolu- Goldfarb. a well known winter
in the increase of the areas tions. called for: 1. Creation by resident of Miami Beach, electri- I
jght under cultivation to help each community of a mechanism | fied the conclave when he an-1
population which already to embrace all supporters of the I nourced that. "I came here in-
1.500.000 and is increas- bond drive into "a co-ordinated tending to buy $10,000 in Israel
nd unceasinglv." permanent unit devoted to the creasing mv purchase to $100-
?-: declared that "if vou will s'nfle Purpose" of continuous sale 000." Goldfarb said that when1
id by our side in this great IsraeI bonds; 2. Placement by he arrives here this winter he
rung, vou will have cause every. instrumentality of the com- will devote his efforts towards
the State mjm,\- lncIud're welfare funds, pushing the Independence Issue
is a tree and '??>* >.ns and community coun- in Greater Miami."
sustainin, emo. cits, of their facilities t the dis-
cratic woi. : sal of tne bond issue in the full-
-. adopted *s!I.m<;asure "f co-operation, and
the 1.000 bus;: cot- d utilization of every effort by
national organizations "to achieve
the eai ,.m of
100 percent of their membership.
and nationally as purchas-
ers and holders'" of Israel bonds.
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nee also adoDtcd a
'lution ng the deci-
C ngn s to include Israel
neficiary of the Mutual Se-
curity Program as "a new and
concrete expression of the cordial
relations between Israel and our
own country which will promote
the peace and security of the Mid-
dle East." The resolution urged
Congress to "give effect to this
program by approving the full
authorization for Israel and tne
N( ar East in the Appropriation
Act "
Rep Emanuel Celler. address-
ing the conference todav. said
that "it is this bond issue which
will ultimately release Israel from
the status of being looked upon
as a philanthropic venture "
Leon Keyserhng. chairman of
President Truman's Council of
Economic Advisers, told the con-
ference todav that "from the view
point of the economist who has
tried to look at the affairs in the
history of nations, and in terms of
2.000 years of history and of the
achievements already written in
Israel since statehood three years
ago. there can be no obligation of
-ich can be brought
with more surety than the bends
of Israel."
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the executive committee of the
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OCTOBER 5, 1951
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7/ Say...
Early Zionism In Miami
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
L centurv was progressing, Z.on.sm spread
Ith ,fnn. "The sentiment was deep even when
,re n-eanized group to indicate its pres-
'af ""thP boom, Zionism was on the surface
trcepUbirBut upon completion of the
p on in Miami, the active spirits turned
"?ip^n towards organization. In the spring
PfhJ Miami Zionist District and the Hadassah
ere formed. Again it was necessary for
JL to come from the outside. Harry
S^Ws elected chairman of the District and
hfrles Ress, president of the Hadassah.
L^/'tfmrt was mair.ly confined to educating
t ir as to the necssfty of a Jewish Homeland,
let down following the boom elation, it
. difficult to assemble four or five hundred
a Zionist meeting that promised a stimu-
merarn Perhaps there was a reaction from
money grubbing of real estate speculation.
dav= few tourists visited the Holy Land.
keS would listen attentively to'every word
Cn a dull speaker had to say about the Pal-
fhe saw So when Ruth Bryan Owen agreed
ess us. it was an event we looked forward
, eager articipation.
IbRYAN OWEN
daughter of William Jennings Bryan, thrice
idate for the Presidency, Ruth had married
I Owen an officer in the British army. During
her husband served in General Allenby's
rand" she worked as a nurse in the Palestine
Her father dead and her husband
d from wounds received In the war, Mrs.
Ihad political aspirations. We expected a col-
fceech Irom an eye witness who was present
[capture of Jerusalem. But with all her per-
fcharm and platform arts, the address was dis-
cing She had high praise for "Laurence of
a-d anecdotes about Arabs, but not a word
& Yshuv, the Jewish Legion, the Zionist
liens, the Jewish Homeland endorsed by 52
l As far as she was concerned, Palestine re-
d Arab territory under British rule. Obviously,
she reflected the prejudice of her Er.glish husband.
Analyzing the motive for her studied silence about
anything Jewish, we concluded that as a future
candidate for Congress, she was careful not to an-
tagonize Gentile opinion. The anti-Semitism en-
gendered during the boom had evidently not yet
subsided. Over cleverness without political integrity
cut short her Congressional career. After two terms,
she was defeated by unknown lawyer from Palm
Besch.
ACTIVITIES
Contact was maintained with the .central office
in New York. The important events on the Zionist
calendar were observed. Respect was paid annually
to the memory of Theodor Herzl. The 1929 Arab
attacks in Hebron and Motza were protested at a
putlic meeting. The problem of partitioning Pales-
time as recorr mended by Lord Peel's commission in
1936 was fully debated. Our District resolution fav-
ored partition, which if carried out might have sav-
ed a million of Hitler's victims who found all fron-
tier's barred. Chamberlain's White Paper that re-
stricted Jewish immigration and land purchase was
protested at a mass meeting in Temple Israel. In
all crises letters and telegrams were sent to the prop-
er authorities. We prevailed upon the City Council
of Miami Beach and the Miami Board of Commis-
sioners to pass resolutions calling for a Jewish Com-
monwealth. The General Assembly of Florida passed
a similar resolution approved by the Governor.
DEPRESSION AND RECESSION
Yet in the 1930's organized Zionism made slight
headway in the Miami area. The reasons are not
entirely obscure. The depression frightened bread
winners and the New Deal absorbed their energies
in regaining lost economic footholds. Prospects in
the Jewish world were dreary. The Nazi onslaught
in Europe, Arab hostility in Palestine, the British
double-cross, the rise of anti-Semitism in the U.S.A.
made the overall picture pretty dark. Discouraged
by the apparent hopeless avalanche of woes, couples
were seriously debating the wisdom of bringing
Jewish children to face a hostile world.
Besides, Zionist ideology was becoming shop-
worn. Dues paying members of the District could
with difficulty be induced to attend a meeting and
listen lo the arguments and aspirations, the ora-
tory and hopes which speakers had been repeating
ad nauseam for a generation. Even convinced Zion-
ists felt they were discharging their obligations
with the annual contribution to the United Jev. ish
Appeal. But after the mealy-mouthed British gov-
ernment attempted to appease the Arabs by impos-
ing the White Paper of 1939, faith in a Jewish State
sank almost to the vanishing point.
GROWTH OF HADASSAH
Hadassah presented a different suitaticn. Women
are more gregarious. Even those whose interest in
Zionism was slight could find pleasure in wearing a
new dress to a luncheon at a swanky ocean front
hotel. Attending a meeting was the chore that dis-
charged a Zionist's duty. But Hadassah's functions
had aim, purpose, and flair: a donor's luncheon, a
hospital on Mt. Scopus, assembling necessary ma-
terial for the impoverished in Palestine. The Nazi
terror introduced a project that could appeal to
every one. Wresting children out of the bestial
grasp of modern Huns and transporting them to
healthy rearing in Palestine earned universal ap-
plause for the Youth Auyah. And yet one chapter
sufficed for the needs of the Hadassah in the rapidly
growing Miami area for almost a score cf years.
ZIONISM STAGNATION
The Miami Zionist District as an organization, be-
gan to atrophy. The youth simply would not show
interest, and the older leadership, on losing youthful
zest, began to grow weary. Watching certain Zion-
ists today, when the critical time for strenuous ef-
fort is past, one can only wonder why the same in-
dividuals would not come in during the crucial
period, when the movement was crying for new
blood. Professional men, especially lawyers, anxious
for their names to come before the public, showed
no disposition to answer our calls. They became
Zionists, when excitement ran high, on the eve of
the formation of Medinat Israel. Today they spout
enthusiasms that belong to yesteryear.
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1. Not to be misled by words such as "Kosher." "Strict./
Kosher," "Fiishe Flaish." or insignias such as tha
Mogen David, or a six-pointed star, etc.:
2 Not lo buy in markets unless they see the sign of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth rt 10 9 which
proves that the store is endorsed by your community
Vaad;
3. Not to obtain chickens from any live poultry market
where the Schochet does not affix the ring of the
M 1 B i as this is the only proof that this Schochs*.
is endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth:
4. Not to buy chickens in poultry markets unless ths
chickens are freshly killed because otherwise the/
might be Over Zman (past due):
and Warns 31anutaeturers and
Dealers that
It is a breach of law in the Cities of Miami and Mieroi Beach
to misrepresent in the field oi Kashruth: or. even Jo make any
misleading statements or display symbols or signs, which
might make people believe that products are Kosher. Ws.
therefore, advise such manufacturers or dealers that they
should avoid doing so. if they do not want to be prosecuted by
the Law.
For other information in the Field of Kashruth. see cui Direc-
tor Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky at 945 Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach, or call at 5-3595.
HARRY SIREN. Pre*. HY SOOT1N. Secy
S. LOBEL. Treas.
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director

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EDITORIAL
The Adenauer Declaration
Chancellor Adenauer's declaration in the
Bonn Parliament, admitting German responsi-
bility ior the Nazi crimes against Jews and otter-
ing to negotiate Jewish restitution claims with
Jewish representatives and the State of Israel,
is an important pronouncement whose full sig-
nificance cannot be evaluated before all the facts
ere known.
His offer to make material amends is no cct
of generosity. Not only Hitler but many Ger-
mans had enriched themselves when the' Nazis
slew six million Jews and stripped them of what-
ever material belongings they had. It is only
legal and moral, as Dr. Nahum Goldmcnn stated
in his reaction to this development, to force the
criminal to yield the profits of his crime. More-
over if Germany should even make full material
restitution it will not suffice to compensate for the
lives that had been lost, for the cruelties they
sustained and for the horrors to which they were
submitted before the hand of death mercifully
closed on them. Nor can there ever be compen-
sation for the broken hearts and minds and souls
thai survived. There can be no materiel com-
pensation for the six million dead.
Is Germany in a mood to make moral amends
for its crimes against Jews? We would like to
believe that what the Chancellor said is true.
Unfortunately for us and the world, every ob-
jective survey has shown that Germany is still
no* in a penitent mood. On the contrary, there
ere disturbing reports of a neo-Nazi movement.
And even the Bonn Government has been ac-
cused by Jewish bodies of harborinq in its of-
ficial service men who had been associated with
the Hitler regime. Nor has there been any sign
or indication of a spirit of regeneration among
the youth of Germany. Even the churches and
the educational institutions have not shaken
tr.emselves from the web. Spiritual confusion
still reigns In Germany.
There can be no expiation for the dead no
matter what Germany does. Nor can there be
on assuaging of Jewish wounds for centuries per-
r.aps. Our wound is still fresh and bleeding. The
Buerwald At Eighty
Many honors have come to d
in his long and brilliant career" w "
philanthropist and humanitarian J***
to pay respect to one of hU
achievemente-the attainment of ?
outages described as marking'
bun
Jewry, it is only proper to recorcnS
tion with the Joint Distribu!ion g^
joined the organization in 1917 Jt"!
later he became its assistant ueasu '^
less and consistent efWt tv. re: M
found him in the forefront oV'jDc^L.f1'
ing successively as treasurer, chaS?
member and. now. honorary chairmaTj.
YOM KIPPUR
living victims of Hitlerism are to us tragic re-
minders of a depravity unmatched in history.
This generation of Jews cannot either forget or
forgive.
And yet Adenauer's declaration raises for us
a moral problem. Is one to refuse a hand that
stretches out in forgiveness? But there is also
the alternate moral question. Can one hold the
hand of a brother's murderer? It ij true that
Adenauer's government had no hand in the
commission of the crimes. But the German peo-
ple did. We cannot hold their hands before they
cleansed themselves of Jewish blood.Ziprin.
by profession-a partner of LazardM
retired in 1930 to devote his full time e-L
talents to JDC. eMr9rl
A short time later the advent of Hitler,
Europe s Jews into the throes of despo,
ultimately into ovens of death. ThU mm
when crisis followed crisis, when even,
spelled life or death. Frequently Paul B'
labored far into the night planning resL
ations whereby JDC could save the livesdj
trapped inside "fortress Europe."
Perhaps the selfless service rendered btl
Baerwald can best be summed up by the]
paid him by the officers and directors of]
his 80th birthday:
'Those of us who have worked at youn
in this great cause are mindful that thro
out the years you rendered dedicated L
ership in the finest tradition of service)
your fellow men. Nor can we ever bo-
with what rare self-effacement and kj
vision you carried forward the arduous
complicated tasks of rescuma Jews
areas of danger, of relievinq the 311.
of the stricken. With these thoughts in 1
we extend to you our heartiest good w.
together"with fervent prayers that your L
ership and wise counsel will remain
inspiration for many years to come."
Houses of Worship Prepare For Day of Atonement Services
in?ti % illhLW itrv" "? fc# f*0 Tuesday evening
quai Kol Nidrei services, one at 7
- :.. Raboi and the second at 9 p.m. The
G a ore- UcX rV' ?gu Cantor Wednesday service will begin at
KSSfJcofyS W har'1 '-^ 10 arr.. Dr. Joseph R. Narot ant
ng Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will offici-,
tional Yu- .. .. ate.
5 nSl*W?2" *abb*. Louis Cassel will lead:
"- at 5:45 p.i Cantor man and the r/-.,r Inir ^ Jacob Tar"br *>" chant the i
:: der Rabb. wil lsne^k ,n ^ P* SerV'Ce- The traditional Yizkor I
.V,: T^tVnd' uT T^W^esS KKJ* "* ** ,
U is sched- morning .service, scheduled for D ui ..
. .k on Your Actions 8 a.m. and the Yizkor service for Rabbl Mayer Abramowitz will
ftu J}* Wednesday 10:30 a.m.. will be concluded bv cw \ seT'ces at the ^h
d be held at 8 a.m. and a sermon on Liun Memorials S.h-ore &WIsh Cen,er (Conserv-
t at 11 am. The ser- Reverend George GoK"aid Vh 6l 75,h Street- Mi^'
Life Or Death Cantor Albert Giant/ wf] ton Bi?aC.h Ca"to,r Leo Urlich will
i ir Ch duct the Tuesday evening serv- Shant the Ko1 Nidrei Tues-
the Tifereth Israel North- 7?y evt;nmg a"d all musical por-
2 side Center. 6511 N .-, West Mi- tl0?S f the Wed"esday service.
Services at the North Dade
Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie
Highway, will be conducted on
The Israelite Center (Consei
w.e is.-deiue center CConserv- r* rtt u,e imreth Israel North-
. 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace side Center. 6511 N rth We
nold its Tuesday evei :ng ?">' Court Kol Nidrei -tart- at
ice at 5 p.m. Rabbi Abraham D:3 n Wednesday, tr.e service mj ***"? ,JDJU wt "ixie
rill officiate and speak ?',n beln 8:30 a.m. The topic "'rTay' W1" ^ conducted on
on Kol Nidrei In Different Gen- Lor discussion is scheduled as Juesdav evening and on Wednes-
10ns. The Wednesday serv- Repentance, Praver Ard Good Fay mo,n,ng bv the Rabbis Edgar
be at 8 a.m. Following Deeds. The Jewish Home for the ^S? 15 Sa April.
11 a.m. 'Yizkor. Rabbi Sachs- Aged. Douglas Gardens. 150 N .1 nMax Shapiro will usher
topic Will be Yi7knr_Vt r,_i.. E, 53rd Strt-Pt will U\A ;. '"
- .i a in. iizKor. Raobi Sachs" "Bca- "^ugias Gardens. 150 N ; .v. Um"x anaP" will usher
topic will be Yizkor-Not Only E- Wrd Street. .,v::l hold iU ser'v- r ,h n ^ 2f Atonement at the
1 >i Tr.e Dead. Jack Finkelsteih 'fes at slll-'lar times under the aVJd s-vr-aRogue (Conserv-
ed tr.e Center choir will assist djre<*jon of Mr. Melnick and f'-^'v 2l?5, SW 3rd Avenue.
S**; Ko1 Nidrei to be chant-
Wednesday
'-"J at 8 a.m.
Jewish Center (Conservative Wlth Yizkor at 11. TheRabbfs
and the Center choir will assis" directtwi of Mr. Melnick and S h SAjr. 3r
the Rabbi. The Young Israel Mr Wolnick. *Jth the Kol Nidrei tt
synagogue (Orthodox). 4 00 1 Reverend Rudolph E. Brill will at 6 pm- The
Chase Avenue. Miami Beach, will conduct services at the Zamora k Vtt be held
hold its services at similar times Je*sh Center (Conservative w,,h Xlzkor at H. T
President Nathan Becker will
lead the Hialeoh-Miami Springs |
Community Center. 334 E. 16th i
Street, in the Tuesday evening
Kol Nidrei and in the Wednes- [
day morning service. Reverend j
Leo Heim will chant all musical!
portions.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will
lead the Hebrew Academy, 918 I
6th Street. Miami Beach, in Yom
Kippur services starting with the
Kol Nidrei on Tuesday evening
at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday services
will be at 8 a.m. with the Yizkor
service at 10. Cantors Harry Katz
and Isaac Herzig will conduct the
! musical portions. Rabbi Gross'
topics are scheduled as Israel
'Returns and Is Religion A Con-
venience?
,^vTh,e Congrcgation Beth Jacob
(Orthodox). 301-311 Washington
Avtnue. Miami Beach, will hold!
the Yom Kippur service at 5:45
p.m. on Tuesday and at 8 a.m. on
v\ eanesday. Yizkor service will'
be at 10:30. Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will officiate and Cantor
Moses Weinstein will chant, as-
sisted by Rev. Samuel Guttman.
overflow services will be held
in the David Whitman Hall ad-
joining the synagogue. There.
Duu w Fr,edman will chant.
Kabait Mescheloffs topics for
both days are From Zion's Mount
and The World Within Us.
At the Monticello Park Jewish
Community Center. 163rd Street.
North Miami Beach, the services
will be conducted by Rabbi Laz-
arus Lehrer.
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Solomon, it :\ '. i'.:iaM
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technicolor. Zanuck reportjj
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key. Arabia and Egypt to ^
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queen. The Sheba film m
the third picture in two !*
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theme. Samson And W-j
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WASHINGTON. (JTA)-Sen.
wayne Morse warned the United
states senate this week that "a
neat many disturbing reports
nom Germany- seem to "indicate
that the psychology of too many
of its people seems to be ripe for
a new Fascist leader in Ger-
many. He called attention to
dangers involved in the amalga-
ma ion of German veterans
, fSFVj'S ,by 13 Nazi generals
?rrd ,ca led for a determined ef-
fort to see to it that any rebirth
of Nazism must be controlled."
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PAGE 5 A
The Shofar
^.....LimmumumniMM,
Jews
, gather in their
.of worship to observe
I High Holy Day season
Vvill be attuned to the
of the Shofar, the ram s
[which has countless asso-
rt the historic conscious-
U he Jewish people. Next
Ugab or reeds, the shofar
. oldest surviving form of
Instrument, whose tones are
with a whole series of
up
including
. recollections,
n reflections on life and
the duty of man, and the
Jv of the human race.
basis for blowing the sho-
Ro i that :he Hebrew New Year
e anniversary of creation.
hofar blasts during the serv-
re thus listened to as the
ncement of the Divine
Kip In ancient times the
wa used to proclaim the
ation of a king and in ful-
of this custom, the sho-
bnes on Rosh Hashona ac-
God as ruler of His uni-
S denounced by the prophet Elijah
and the king's death upon the
battlefield was hailed as divine
punishment for his wicked deed.
When the shofar was sounded
at the beginning of the Jubilee
jyear, which was proclaimed on
Yom Kippur, the poor man re-
ceived back the land heritage of
his fathers. To the Jew, down
bath. Reference to this practice
is found in the Talmud (Shab-
bat 35b). There it is related that
on Friday afternoon, at the first
Tekiah sound, the laborers in
the fields ceased their work; at
the second Tekiah, the shops and
city workers stopped their work,
and by the time the shofar blasts
died down from the third Tekiah,
just before sunset, the house-
wives kindled the candles and
the Shabbath set in.
Shofar Had Many Uses;
Religious Use Primary
Although the shofar was us-
ed in ancient times to signal all
important occasions in times of
peace, and as a clarion call in
times of war, it has survived
primarily as a religious symbol
for use only on the High Holy
Days. The Bible has no less than
70 references to the shofar. Like
the modern bugle, it was used in
time of war. It was used to an-
nounce the beginning of a new
month. It was a common home-
made instrument among the
shepherds who would use it to
warn each other of impending
danger and signal the time for
gathering up the flocks. In this
connection, the shofar tones on
Rosh Hashona is spoken of as
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turning point in the spir
.ife of his ancestors. In the
te on the holy day there is
affirmation of the eternal
ty of that revelation at the
mount for the present and
pe future.
pfar Will Herald Arrival
of Messiah
ghofai is a reminder of
One of the impressive observ-
ances in ancient Israel was that
of the Jubilee Year. This came
rish tradition recalls that
Jiofai was heard at Mount
'when the Israelites receiv-
Decalogue (Exodus 19:16).
e Jew "stens to the shofar ^ Heavenly Shep-
sh Hashona, he s reminded recalling those who have
i lilHliril TlfllTV 111 m -, T !i r % 1
strayed from Israels fold.
The sounds of the shofar were
sweet music to the ears of slaves
in ancient times. The release of
a slave from servitude was pro-
nounced by the blasts of the sho-
far. Thus, the shofar has be-
come a symbol of liberty. Even
to the modern listener its sounds
bid him to free himself from
(belief in resurrection, for everything that may enslave him.
th tradition teaches that the
of the Messiah will be
Ided by the tones of the sho-
Iln this connection it is in- climaxing seven
"tlwishtnmb Sabbatical years. The Hebrew
" name for Jubilee, "Yobel," actu-
ally means "blasting" on the sho-
far. During Jubilee or Yobel all
land properties reverted to the
original owners. The inordinate
accumulation of land in the hands
of the few was thus prevented
by the Biblical Jubilee law.
Those familiar with the Bible
will recall the incident of Nabot,
the owner of a vineyard, who re-
fused to sell his property to King
Ahab because, as he explained, I
the Hebrew law forbade him to
give up the property of his an-
cestors. He might have agreed
to sell the property under or-
dinary circumstances, but in this
case where it was demanded by
the king as eminent domain he
knew that it would never revert
back to his heirs during the next
Jubilee. Ahab had Nabot exe-
cuted on a trumped up charge
and then seized the vineyard. It
will be recalled that Ahab was
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bs from ancient limes. This
lice i> ni doubt symbolic of
[hope in resurrection. Just
he blowing of the shofar is
bolic oi '.he resurrection of
dead, the blowing of taps at
Raves : fallen heroes may
been inspired by Hebrew
ition.
le Shofai tones serve as Te-
llers oi the prophets and their
page who pictured the re-
of Israel's children as be-
[ushtittl in by the sounding
rarr.'s horn. "It shall come
ass in thi t clay, that a, great
ar shall be blown; and they
wen losl and they that
dispersi <1 shall wor-
the Lord in the holy moun-
|of Jerusalem (Isaiah 27:13).
any :, nces are recorded,
cially during the Middle Ag-
|\vhen the shofar was used
pnnounce an ex-communica-
Thc weird tones of the
rent instrument would be a
all persons in the
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ARTHIR STANTON, Plaintiff
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Defendant.
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day of October. 1931.
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No. 14410C t
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Strictly Neighbors'
HELEN ALPERT
Unique birthday tokens have been arriring for Tiracioui
Syd Gottlieb. Syd. whom we all think of as the woman who's Got
Everything, received each day for a week a chocolate eclair
personally presented by Charlie Debow. laboratory supervisor at
MoTty Gottlieb's Miami Beach Photo shop Wonder what
Charlie will cook up for their twin sons. Morgan and Harris,
whcse birthday is Nor. 12?
BACK HOME is the Max Leshnick family. Max. an Atlantis
Hotel owner, a.-.d Claire spent the summer at the Concord, while
young Susan and Jerry frolicked at Camp Chipinaw. Swan Lake
I loved Claire's remark to me: "It we're news." she said charming-
ly, "that's news to me!" Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deitch he's Deitch
Engravings are row in their new home .
ON THE BEAT:
Jumping the pm on everyone, for National Art Week opening
: is Charles R Jacobsor. He's been invited to exhibit his r.on-
tivea it De-man w by the Northeast Women's Club.
451 N E 58th The 52 Association made im-
pressive appearance at last Sunday's WTVJ viewing-room. with
president Henrietta Schonfeld. secretary Bea Burke. Sadye Nathan.
Bfcs^ Neb and others in the line-up for Eve Tellegen's Meet
the 3ride". Event was the:: terrific deal for an ailing Korean vet
and his bnie .
NEW POST for Etta Holle.-.derthe management of Gardner's
fruit shippers on Collins, opposite the Roney. Etta did a double on
her vacation: saw son Lenny in Navy service at Charleston. SC
with his cute bride: then daughter Corinr.e in Bellerose. L.I. Etta's
at the Crest Hotel DIDN'T KNOW that Hadassahs Monticello
Chapter raises its annual quota herein Miami Beach! One of its
sparkplugs is Mrs. Ella Kaplan, who hears almost daily from her
Jane:. Monticello's Mrs. Ernest Michaelson Also apartmer.t-
hunt.ng until now were Honey King, dancer at the St. Moritz. ar.d
husband Allen Newman. He's one of Leightor.'s most popular sales-
men .
HEBREW ACADEMY:
Mighty bustling spot come afternoon and time to pick up the
kids! Ethel Mamches 'a doll) was introducing me around to pretty
Mrs A^sxander Gross. Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky. Ethel Cohen, and
then Dora Koretzky. And my lily-white hands are still tingling
with Dora's fine FLORIDIAN handshake. I mean, what's lovelier
than Meeting A Reader?
NICE PEOPLE: when they heard I'd drop over some evening
I perch outside on the curb and listen tc some of the magnificent
ia ical music emanating from their house. Harold and Minnie
lent word I was welcome, inside. The Retskins' famed
ales throw the home spotlight on Our Town's best visiting
itive I '- Brothei William Retskin lives or. the same
in earshot, natch .
HELP WANTED:
G I m fora :'. 'per-1 She's an expert in f
.....: istry: lorg references from Deb:-Dance frocks and
: ne: 9-0144 INTERESQUE: Fascinat-
. for "Bud" L:ppe. y^ung newspaper editor of'
ken up State De-
- ..' :. rlavai s A :. En ass; A two-year tenure
e pa k -: two i 'ns. too .
MUST REMEMBER to -. 3- Huberman a. ml the V> new
H Dunt '- genuinely a "neigh-'
ideaa at .>.- Stri tlj Neighbors"
Pontiac Catahna. and
driver at th '. to steer it and her back
M Bea h Sh< I wife >f Freddy Walker. Monarch,
L ks as if 1 -. ; :-i .-: as good booking
SPECIAL MEMORIAL TO ABE CAHAN:
This Saturday evening at 8 p.m.. the Workmen's Circle stages
a very special Memorial Frograrn honoring the achievements of
Are Can an. veteran Jewish journalist, renowned editor of The
Fcr-ward. Directed by Joseph Duntov. it will be a gripping story
reviewing .'ewish history and journalism in America over the
pci- 7S years. There is no admission fee. The public is cordially
icv.red. Ar.d the place, as you know, is the Lyceum at 25 Wash-
ington Ave
OFF THE CUFF
It's startling, t -: ever so cunningthe snow-white
asket Betty Strauss carries 7 n you are chatting with her.
up from the basket rears the tiny inquisitive dog
I B Harvej and Betty drove home recently from
.':".". Barr.oi n stly urled up in there out of sigh'.
[ANY THANK-YOU VERY MUCH to so many friendly people.
year's greetings. It's marvelous to hear from you.
' '-- iate it deeply. Ar.d do continue to send me NEWS
f^r '-'-- As you know. I .vledge (in some way) EV-
rHiNG:
Ardmore
Miss Ins Schuham
Schuham, Cutler
Engagement Told
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Ins. to Mr. A. Budd Cutler
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. David Schuham. 922 Obispo
Avenue. Coral Gables.
Miss Schuham is a graduate
of the Verona rngh School Ver-
ona, New Jersey, ar.d attended
the Montclair Art School, the
Ox-Bow School of Painting, and
the University of Michigan where
she majored in Design. She is
at present a member of the Cor-
al Gables Art Club
Ml Cutler, son of Mr. ard Mrs.
Samuel Curler. 313 Meridian Av-
enue. Miami Beach, is a member
of the I.aw firm. Turk and New-
man. He is a graduate of the
University of Maryland and the
University of Miami Law School
from which he received his di-
ploma. Cum Laude. While a
student, he served as Appelate
Justice. Case Note Editor for the
Miami Law Quarterly and vice
chancellor of Nu Beta Epsilon.
Legal fraternity.
A garden wedding is planned
for February.
Double Unveiling
Bix-Marcus
Dedication of monuments to
the memory of the late Jacob
Bix and his son-in-law. Alex
Marcus, both formerly of 1528
S.W. 4th Street, will take place
Sunday. October Tth. at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Ra b-
bi Simon April officiating.
Mr. Biv is survived by his
widow. Sarah, and four daugh-
ters. Ann Otchet. Sylvia Cwartz.
Beatrice Marcus, and Lola Res-
nick, all of Miami.
Surviving Mr. Marcus are his
widow. Beatrice, ar.d a daughter.
Mrs. Rita Antelman. Thurmond
Monument Company is in charge
of arrangements
Klciman, Fogel Vows
marriage of Miss Rita Lil-
lian fCleiman to Joseph Fogel will
tak place next December 23rd
81 the Lincoln Manor. Miami
Be-:
on Dec. 23
University of Miami as a sopho-
more. Sigma Alpha Iota, wom-
en's music honorary group, has
invited her membership there.
Mr. Fogel is the son of Mrs.
Harry' Rose and the late Louis
Fogel. Lakewood. New Jersey.
, He is a graduate of the Lake-
^ wood High School and will grad-
s = .enW-tt^thfe fig*" **-
- :"- an is the daughter
of Mr. a-i Mrs. Manuel Klei-
1136 N.W. 32nd Street. She'
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YOM KIPPUR NIGHT
DANCE
Beth David Synagogue
Wednesday 9 p.m.
Entertainment-Refreshments
TC^.?5SF COUNCIL
COLLECTION DAY
Sunday. October 7th
Call 3-8554 or 3-7475
For a Pick-Up Truck
Benefit Displaced Persons
Miami Ontor
Revives (uNtom
Mrs. Meyer Forer. president of
the Women's Activities Group
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center, announces that its tra-
ditional Post Yom Kippur Dance
will be held at the Center. 450
S.W. 16th Avenue, on Wednes-
day evening.
Dave Tyler and his Copa City
Orchestra will render the music.
A feature of this dance will be
the announcement of the en-
gagement and pendir.g marriages
of Center members. During the j
war vears. this custom was held |
in abevance.
Mount Scopus Women
With membership as its theme.
Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah
will present an original skit Ha-
dassah Calling at an opening
meeting on Monday afternoon at
the Svrian Lebonan American
Club.
Membership chairman. Mrs.
Manuel Burstein, is author and
director of the presentation, and
the cast will include the Mes-
dames Ernest Chernoff. Arthur
Stone. Harry Granman. Sol Stok-
ols and Harold B. Cohen. Also
highlighting the program will be
the reDort by the president, Mrs.
H C. Moser. on the National
Hadassah Convention recently
held in Atlantic City.
V**
Hadassah To See Play
Mrs. Jacob Davis, president of
the Henrietta-Szold group of Ha-
dassah. announces that the first
meeting for the fall season will
be held on Monday. 1 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
School.
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. pro-
gram chairman, will present a
dramatic play called Listen To
Your Heart, assisted by Mr. I.
Machkofskv.
Mrs. Morton H,t!e"bJ1
Kahn, Liebman
Wed; Leave City
Miss Florence Kahn
the bride of Morton H.
last September 16th. Rabbi j
Kronish performed the ._
in the Lincoln Minor"
Beach.
Mrs. Liebrr.an. daughteroffa
and Mrs. Simon Kahn, 50Nf|
Avenue, was attended by |
sister. Mrs. Joseph Siegal, <
by her sister-ir.-law. Miss Pi
la Liebman. Best man w|
Joseph Siegal. '
Following a trip to Sex Taj
the couple will be at hoaj
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.
bridegroom's parents, Mr.
Mrs. S. Liebman. also resdij
Philadelphia
Madame Pena Speaks
T're Miami Chapter, f-'ational
Children's Cardiac Home, will
meet at its quarters on West
Flagler next Monday afternoon,
1:30.
Plans will be made at that
time for a dinner dar.ee to be
held during the month. Madame
Pena. a Richard Plumer decor-
ator, will address the women on
Your Home And Your Personal-1
ity.
Going Formal?
ftftlJl
CORRECTION
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv.
director of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth. announces that
through an error the Berman
Poultry Company of Miami was
reported under the supervision
of that Vaad. which, however,
does supervise the Berman Poul-
try Company. 87 Washington Av-
er ue. Miami Beach.
Formal W e a '
that is fresh y
cleaned, smartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfits
including shoes
PHONE 48-2084
LTNIVERSITfl
Omens shop
2828 Ponce De Leon Boulenrtf
Coral Gables
Mrs. Ruth K. Hertz
Wishes to express appreciation
to her friends for their expressions
of sympathy in the passing of
her beloved husband
Benjamin S. Hertz
8
unfines
Saturday is the Big Day to See
Hopalong Cassidy in Person
That's right Hoppy will be Burdine's guest at Bayto>
Park Auditorium on Saturday ... the doors open at *
. and all the boys and girls are invited to be on ban
to greet him and get their free Hoppy button which o"!
be a prize winner.


JAY. OCTOBER 5, 1951
^Jetfistj ncrMian
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Personally Speaking
ICapt and Mrs. Max I. Tendrich announce the birth of
I daughter. Dianne Cheryl, last September 24th. Captain
rich, who formerly practiced dentistry in Miami and re-
with his family at 2190 S. W. 16th Street, is now stationed
[Tamp Polk, Louisiana.
| Sat. Moie J. L. Tendrich. legal assistant at Fort Jackson,
ElSarolina, will be in for the holidays to visit with his fam-
* *
I Miss Rose Natkin of the Catalina Hotel, Miami Beach, is
Ldina the holiday season with her sisters in New York.
"u y *
I Back from an extended summer vacation spent in Michi-1
I City, Indiana, are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Kovan. They
In* home at 1676 James Avenue, Miami Beach.
* *
I Milton Nadel, 1101 S.W. 6th Street, flew to New York last
\Y for a ten-day vacation. While there, he will visit his
lives Sam Berkowitz and Jack Pearl.
* *
I Edward Newman, director of The Miami Riverside, is home
his vacation spent in Acapulco, Mexico.
* *
| Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Langfur, 513 S.W. 11th St., announce
marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Sniderman, to
Joseph Marston of Providence, Rhode Island.
* *
i Fay Joan Silver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Silver of
ensboro, North Carolina, has returned to the city where she
I enter her sophomore year at the University of Miami.
* *
Returned from a summer spent in Atlantic City is Mr. David
ner, operator of the Hotel Good, Miami Beach.
* *
Mrs. Barney Weinkle left by car for Washington, D.C.,
We she will join her husband. Dr. Barney Weinkle, civilian
beon and consultant at the U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Belvoir,
Jinia. En route, she will spend a few days in Atlanta, Geor-
| visiting her brothers and sisters. Dr. and Mrs. Weinkle will
i a reunion in Washington with their children. Captain and
W. Stanley Weinkle. Captain Weinkle is in charge of the
lopedic department of the hospital at Fort Belvoir.
ess Lunch Features Kosher Recipe Review
,h new and traditional ver- zir.es. syndicated services and
of kosher recipes for the j the New York Press at a lunch-
jay season were
|ntly by over fiftv food edi-
representing national maga-
(STIPATION GONE-
PEELS WONDERFUL
|wsu constipated for years with
elief in sight. Then I began eat-
ALL-BRAN every day. Now
i regular...feel
nderful... thanks
nillion!" Abra-
nS.Zelman.2805
erfield Rd. Far
ckaway, N. Y.
1 of many unso-
|r*f letters from
n-BRAN users.
may be your
net to constipation due to lack
[dietary bulk. Eat an ounce
out ]4 cup) of crispy Kellogg's
L BRAN daily, drink plenty of
K*r. If not satisfied after 10 days,
d empty box to Kellogg's,
Creek, Mich. Get doublb
91 MONEY BACK!
previewed *on arranged for them by the B.
Manischewitz Company at the
Hotel Astor in New York City.
Guest of honor at the luncheon
was Eddie Cantor, and guest
speakers included Miss Edith
Barber, former food editor of the
New York Sun, author of several
cook books and a syndicated food
column, and Dr. Trude Weiss-
Rosmarin, author, lecturer and
authority on Jewish dietary law.
Host at the luncheon was Mr. D.
Beryl Manischewitz, chairman of
the board of the matzo-baking
firm, who stated that the purpose
of the luncheon was to dramatize
the growing importance and wide
appeal of kosher foods in the
modern American diet.
Reich Leader Admits
Affiliation With Fascists
MUNICH (JTA)Gen. Ernest
Otto Remer, leader of the So-
cialist Reich Party, admitted here
that he maintains contact with
fascist groups in other European
countries.
<**;
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KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Phone 53-2503 or 53-4891 (Evenings)
Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Haltashruth
Ideal Diet:
Basic to Living Longer
and Looking Younger
Holland Honey Cake ^
Fruited
ftr pi Made from ingredients, considered
healthful for ages, whole rye flour,
DeWciou*
Nu\riuous
rleatthiul
rich buttermilk and golden honey
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
tory. Suitable for every meal or snack.
Made from New 1951 Michigan Honey
Distributed by
Cochran Distributing Co.
1717 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
Handel Paun Fee;
States Platform
City Commissioner Louis Ban-
del paid his qualifying fee on
Wednesday to City Clerk Frank
Correll, announcing he was run-
ning "for re-election to the com-
mission" on the basis of his rec-
ord in office.
"I hope the people will favor
me as they did two years ago,"
Bandel said. "If I am re-elected
I will continue to vote my con-
victions without being obligated
to any person or group. Every
ordinance I voted for, I believed
to be good, and those I voted
against I believed to be bad," he
added. "I believe differences of
opinion, honestly and courage-
ously advanced, bring about the
best results for the entire com-
munity."
Bandel also announced his con-
tinued opposition to public hous-
ing and public ownership of util-
ities. "The record will show,"
he said, "there has never been
any implication that I am. oppos-
ed to slum clearance, but I hope
no one confuses this with my un-
alterable opposition to public
housing. I have repeatedly stat-
ed that I am just as unalterably
opposed to the philosophy of
government that advocates mu-
nicipal ownership of public util-
ities. I do not believe it to be
the function of government to
make money."
Bandel, a former city judge, is
a native of Jacksonville and has
lived her since 1926. He was ed-
ucated in the public schools of
Jacksonville, John B. Stetson
University, University of Florida
and received his law degree Irom
Cumberland University. He has
practiced law here since 1930.
Active in fraternal affairs, Ban-
del is a member of Mahi Shrine,
the Elks, B'nai B'rith, Beth David
Congregation, Florida Peace Of-
ficers Association, Miami Police
Benevolent Association, charter
member of the 29ers, a charitable
fraternal organization, and also
is a member of the American
Judicature Society and Florida
and Dade County Bar associa-
tions.
During World War II he serv-
ed overseas in the U.S. Mer-
chant Marine and was chairman
of the Allied Masonic War Bond
drive. He still is a member of
the temporary Coast Guard re-
serve and recently was appoint-
ed to serve on the State Tubercu-
losis Board.
Obituaries
MORRIS L. COHEN
6>. died lam September 26th at hin
home, l""" Marseille Drive, Miami
Beach. Up is survived by his wife,
Lena, by two daughters, .Mr.-. Ber-
nice Cohen and Mr* Sylvia Brown,
and by three grandchildren. Services
were 2 p.m. al the Miami Beach Riv-
erside. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiating. Burial MM at Mount Sinai
< Vm.'t.'i\\ .
SAMUEL WOnO.NOFP
84. of 639 12th Street. Miami B-ach,
passed away last I'll-lay in a his-
pltal. Services were 1 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Riverside. Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating. He Is survived by
two daughters. Mrs. Sylvia Nelson
and Mrs Kdith King, and by a broth-
er. Louis Woronolf. Interment m
'ii September iioth at the Mount
Sinai Cemetery.
LOUIS GRANT
VI, |ia.-si--l away suddenly at his home,
6102 S.W. 14th Street, on September
29th. He Is survived by his wif,
Dorothy Diane, a son. Arnold, and
two daughters. Sandra Lee and Koer-
rv Lane. Rabbi Alfred Wax man of-
ficlated at the Gordon Funeral Home,
MRS. REBECCA I.IOVIXK
7.",, of y>~ Euclid Avenue, passed away
Wednesday. She leaves a husband,
Osher. two daughters, Mrs. Anna,
Welaejross and Mrs. Lillian Kalian,
and two sons. Max and Sam. Serv-
ices were at the Beach Memorial
Chapel, l<->0 Alton Road. Rabbi Jos-
eph K. Rackovsky officiating. The
remains were gent to Detroit for in-
terment.
Rev. Leo Heim will chant the
Yom Kippur Services at the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Com-
munity Center.
Weber, Thompson & Lefcourt
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
ANNOUNCE THE ADMISSION
AS GENERAL PARTNERS OF
MR. STANLEY B. LEVITCH. C.P.A.
and
MR. R. WARREN DAVIS, C.P.A.
Effective as of
OCTOBER 1. 1951
217 Shoreland Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
DEVOTED WIVES AGREE
Husbands Who Like Good Coffee
Deserve Maxwell House
"There'* just no substitute for Maxwell House Coffee. I've
triod oiher coffees-*ven tomo instant coffees-ond I know.
My husband enjoys that wonderful Maxwoll House Coffee
flavor to much, I wouldn't serve anything else."
MM. IHNI 0010 .1 350 tmpUt thd IrMfclyn
I J
*** '"
Y
Yes wives of true coffee lovers
have found out there's one coffee that
really hits the spot with the man of
the house. Maxwell House Coffee
and only Maxwell House Coffeehas
the rich, hearty "Good to the Last
Drop" flavor men prefer. That's why
so many wives agree, when these's so
much mart pleasure in a cup of this
famous coffee, it's just poor economy
to serve anything else.
More Jewish people buy and enjoy
Maxwell House than any other
brand of coffee
Axmu
maninr.
Coffee
A WtODUCT Of r\
MAXWELL
N Oil Or THE ONE COFFEE WITH THAT\p
nUUOL GOOD TO THE LAST DROP TFl
FLAVOR


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FRIDAY._OCT0BQl5.
United Nations Submits Five Point Plan
To Settle Arab And Israeli Differences
PARIS (JTAiThe United Nations Conciliation Commission
on Palestine made public the five-point peace proposals prepared
by the commission and submitted to Israel and the four Arab States
with which Israel now has armistice agreements. The proposals
call for revision or amendment of the existing armistice agreements
on a number of points. The preamble to the proposals askes the
governments to pledge themselves to refrain "from any use of force
or acts of hostility*' and thus promote peace in Palestine. The fol-
lowing are the points of the proposals:
1. Agreement on war damages, including mutual cancellation
of claims by Israel and by the Arab States
2. Israel to agree to repatriate a specified number of Arab
refugees who can be integrated in the Israel economy and wish to
return.
3. Israel to agree to compensate the Arab refugees who do not
return for their abandoned property by payment of a global sum
based on the commission's estimates An easy payment plan would
be arranged.
4. The Arab States and Israel would mutually release all
blocked accounts and make them payable in pounds sterling.
5. The Arab States and Israel to agree to revise or amend the
armistice agreements
aggression pact, although it does
not specifically envisage a treaty
He said the plan does not have
Adult League To Dance
The Miami Young Adult
League under the auspices of the
Miami YMHA. will hold its first
seasonal dance tomorrow even-
ing at 8:30 p.m. in the Jewish
Community Center Patio.
The group's general meeting
will take place on Monday even-
ing. October 8th. during which
a comedv film will be shown.
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
John V. Hardeman and John V. Hard
INC.
266 Almeria Avenue
eman.},,
Phone
83-u
Sive Thrift Shop Opens
The Sarah Sive Czech Thrift
Shop has opened recently at 1340
XW. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Mis.
Sidney H. Palmer, president of
the Miami' Ladies' Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
announced.
Mrs. Palmer has made an ap-
peal for clothing, furniture and
other articles that can be sold
by the shop. All proceeds from
sales will go to the Home and j
its aged residents.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAMUEL MERZON
Bendix Automatic Washetpru
Tor a Whiter and Briahter w..w. M?n
1112 15th Street
Brighter Wash"
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
Proposal Call For "Territorial
Adjustments"
A oread range of questions is
e
They
GREETINGS
ill
nvisaged under the fifth point.1*0 be accepted in its entirety al-
.hev include -territorial adjust- ; though it is an overall plan Any
roents, including the derr.ilitar- proposals outside the commis-
:zed zones." and creation of an sln'* own plan certainly w:h m !!
international water authority to .' not be ruled out of order, he || \|(| hi. 1.4 I Kit
deal with the problem of use of declared.
ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
Phone: Miami 87-1631
Box 786. Coral Gables. Fla.
the Jordan and Yarmuk rivers,
their tributaries and the water of
Lake Tiberias. It would also cov-
er disposition of the Gaza strip.
Junior Hadassah Meets
The Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah held its first general
now occupied by Egypt, creation mceting of tne new season vester-
of a free port at Haifa and bor- : day at the home of Mjs/ Dorl,
der relations between Israel and KaloWi 2100 S.W. 21st Street,
he: neighbors with special at- New fund rajsjne
.,n to free access to the Holy I were discussed. and a
Places in t.ne Jerusalem area, m-
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
154 NX. 13th St. Ph. 3-1369
cludins Bethlehem.
fifth point also suggests
agreements on health, narcotics
I controls along the
demai and jrrange-
the economic
is as well
unications
. i tw een
: -.
A issioi
-
the pn
t that bot :-
greed t peral
' N I; Hi isserl I
t-a for a non-
Fcr Heller Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
. and X

"23S Biscayr.e Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
projects
skit was
presented by Miss Eileen Launtz
DR. W. H. ELLIS
11 CO N. E. First Avenue
Miami. Fla.
PKONE 3-3453
II \ It MS CAST
ST09TE SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
MERCURY LITHOGRAPHING CO.
1456 N. W. 17th Avenue Miami 35, fc
Telephone 9-5792
EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Williams Resort Wear
122 N. E. 1 st AVE. MIAMI, FLA.I
DAN CHAPPELL
it-
1004 Biscayne Building
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Styles
Boor Garden
1351 N. W. 1st COURT
LUMBER PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
"Try Us For Service"
Peninsular Servire Co- Ine.
2145 No. Miami Avenue
Phone 82-1571
4181 S. W. 8th St.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THUg, CHEVROLET
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Phone 4-0859
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Lessons by Appoinlmet.
Com p. >le line of Golfing
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Phone Biltmore 4-0649. 48-0610
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Office Phone 82.5-95 Residence Phone 78-6C63
Wm. F. MeClaskev
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343 S W. North River Drive
p-- Box 1788 Miami. Florida
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i:
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Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co.
Distributors Insulux Glass Block
1601-1619 N.W. Seventh Avenue
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
Phone 2-1796
Field* Kusfoni
Knven
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TOPS. ETC.
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Now Located at
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iav OCTOBER 5, 1951
tspUnl Worker*
reakfast At The Roney will
fa hat fantasy presented by
lnteer workers of the Variety
Lens hospital October 30,
brding to an announcement
he bv Mrs. Sidney brown,
finnan ( the benefit
feannR a home-made hat will
ird the guests an opportunity
Erticipate in a hat modeling
tat Prizes will be awarded
Present Fantasy
by the master of ceremonies to
the winners. After the break-
fast party is over, games will be
played in the Surf Room of the
Roney Plaza Hotel, and there will
be a drawing of prizes.
Working with Mrs. Brown on
this fund raising project will be
Mrs. Tracy Hare, ticket chairman,
Mrs. Dan Fitch, reservations,
Mrs. Richard A. Fox and Mrs.
K. M. Holland in charge of prizes.
>JemSt> IJrrici*
k
PAGE 9 A
North Shore B'nai B'rith
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women held a lunch-
eon and card party yesterday at
the Fu Manchu Restaurant. Mrs.
Daniel Wolfson and Mrs. Sid
White were the hostesses.
The regular monthly board
meeting of the chapter will be
held next Monday evening at
the Sherry Frontcnac Hotel, 6565
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
Schermers Star On TV
Mrs. S. W. Schermer and her
daughter, Phyliss, of 1611 Euclid
Avenue, Miami Beach, perform-
1 ed on television during a recent
visit to New York.
As guests of the Radio Cor-
Soration of America's Exhibition
'all, they mounted a platform
on which cameras were trained
' and watched the program and
themselves on a giant screen.
Beth David Holds Social
Following the conclusion of
Yom Kippur services on Wed-
nesday night, the New Year will
be ushered in with a social af-
I fair at the Beth David Syna-
! gogue.
Steve Kessler and his band
will provide entertainment, and
Mrs. Samuel Plotkin, chairman,
has planned for the serving of
refreshments.
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Shopping Around With Ruth Jacobs
Here is a tip which should help you keep your dish towels
fresh and spotless. You know dishes are no longer char, after a
oiled towel has beer, used to dry them: so follow these rules and
tain the cleanliness of your Kitchen:
;. St ins corr.e out more easily if the used dish towels are
washed .
2 H w to wi ih them:
S ;.:: in clean cool suds I
Use ng to direction i or
tton r liren 1
Was in t su
Rinsi at 1 in 1 ster
tratght I :r th- -.
I voted Ba..: ustas :r-_ tl ma ol freshly-brewed
M< H use C 0 :".e of the great n en's d3y
that all real I .s false
stitute I for one did try a nil (titute, but
.: husband iidn't complain. I ci led his
Coffee I decided I cave a penny
<- sometr ng less in tant. and Maxwell House- Coffee is agair.
and our f: .. i-
G'~ .ad:-.?Oakite has. a D*w economy size package
r.derful m dern deti -.....m be had in a iarger. more
c nvenient size rackage; Oakite is such a work saver and does so
und the house that I was always running out of it
N I that you require much Oakite tc do a jo'r.you don't" You re-
Oakitr than you think because Oakite clears by emulsi-
reaking up dirt and grease into small particles, easily
way. So when next you need Oakite for family wash.
tile bathr -..: I n. woodwork, walls, floors, dishes and glass-
p ts. par^ etcbuy the large economy size And remember.
that Oakite is both Kosher and Parve as certified by Rabbis
?.-. hman ind Charlop of New York.
With the cool weather coming on. good Jewish mothers are
putting Cream Wheat on their shopping list. This wonderful
wheat cereal provides grand nourishmentis so enjoyable and .
For over fifty years. Cream of Wheat has been the.
Ji >vish :'. cereal for breakfast, dairy meals, soups, stuffings and ,
ther iishes.
.--'." fa 11 -' .::on
])<>llar Shortages Cut
New Y rk JTA-----Is-ael is
ix t.-.e -.; jf the rat rrisis to
ttfront il a It : a dollar
shortage that has it it :ood
- ment
c: man} th asai is ol .- .-.:-
Wil p. -. nwald a
oal un an I
.;- Appeal last
turn fron three-
i neai net is.
..- '. km I -_'..
by Israel's achi said.
' I as z- > the
- i rak I its p.- pic as a
n :-.' ~-'.\- grave short -
ising and
n Israel
i f< eel bad been in a
' emergency
Xtt.000.
en: t
Israel Supply
tide the country over until its
fall crops could be distributed."
He warred that the fcod short-
age "has hit especially hard at
immigrants, 250.000 of
re in rereption cimps and
work villages." While most of the
" i D r- are constru.:.-<-lv em-
ployed he said, they are not yet
productive of anythinp exportable
rtible ir.t reisjn ex-
-..-. He lauded Israel's im-
migration policy as "the travest
and mes: courageous ever under-
taken by a newly e.-tablished
!tab and added that L'JA special
$35,000,000 cash drive had I een
take; in part to move an
additi sal 6O.0O0 Jews from Ru-
an and Libya to Israel

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UN Appoints Israel To
New Refugee Committee
GENEVA < JTA'The United
. Nations Economic and Social
Council has elected the 15-nation
y committee to the UN
High Commissic.er for Refugees.
The State of Israel is one of the
membtis The committee will be
composed of Australia, Austria.
Denmark.
Fance. Switzerland. Turkey
Kingdom, the United,
and Venezuela, each of'
eceived 13 votes: the Fed-
rerman Republic. Israel ar.d
Italy, each of whom received 12
votes, and the Vatican State.
received 10 votes.
Wolfson New President
Of Theater Owners
Former Miami Beach mayor
and co-owner of Wometco The-
aters Mitchell Wolfson was elec-
ted recently president of the
Theater Own-
ers Of Amer-
ica. The group
represents 16,-
000 theaters.
An annual
convention din-
n e r followed
his election
which was at-
tended by
Samuel Pir.an-
ski of Boston,
outgoing presi-
W'olfson dent, and Ma-
jor Albert Warner
I Brothers Studios. ""
Charles Skouras of ,v
.West Coast theaters^
chairman of the board.
HEBREW BOOl bS
417 W..hington
Miami Saw,**
B'tw*"Forthttd FifthsV
Hebrew Religious Bmlm
U* Al*io,H.br^2
Telephone 5-1017
The National Council of Jewish Women
Jewish Social Service Bureau
Jewish Vocational Service
are sponsoring
COUNCIL COLLECTION DAY
Sunday, October 7th
for the opening of the
COUNCIL THRIFT & WORKSHOP
for New Americans
2073 N.W. 7th Avenue
A truck will call at your door to pick up any-
thing usable you can donateshoes, clothing,
furniture, household equipment, electrical ap-
pliances, tools, toys, sporting goods, etc.
CALL TODAY. TOMORROW or SUNDAY
TELEPHONE
3-6554 or 3-7475


)AY.
OCTOBER 5, 1951
+JeistncrkHan
PAGE 11 A
Irs. Grossman Tells Of Israel Trip
Mrs Murry Grossman president of the Florida Region of Ha-(pressed aptly when she said of
member of its national board, returned to her home | Hadassah:
"Israel becomes alive through
hflmi ier an extensive seven-week visit to Israel and Europe.
rrossman was a Hadassah delegate to the World Zionist Con- |our work, and our work becomes
. jj, Jerusalem and enjoyed the distinction of being the only
DM *^%!"3S&\* delegates who came from '
taken on an
ter attending
Ms, Bhe was
rial tour of the Hadassah pro
= and activities in Jerusalem
ad Benshceba. Tel Aviv and
!,' She also visited the Youth
Mh projects in Paris France,
/peaking of her flight to Is-
|'Mrs. Grossman said:
"iaturallv. I was very thrilled
'be aboard an Israeli plane
ich wa< modern, luxurious and
fed bv Mich pleasant and com-
nt Israeli personnel. To me,
was not just another air-
e it was a symbol of State-
dof Nationhood. It carried
notations that put sudden col-
the cheekfaster beat to
pulse To set foot in Israel,
walk in the Street of the
nhets in Jerusalem and look
n the faei 8 of the men, wom-
nd children as they go their
rebuilding the land of their
lets is something that I had
Itfl
ev-
ery corner of the globe, who
brought with them a culture ar.d
a local background perhaps alien
to each of the others present.
I could not help but feel that
the fervor and inspiration that
brought them to Jerusalem would
in time be instrumental in sur-
mounting their differences and
in affecting a policy for the fu-
ture of world Zionism'that would
best serve the noble cause it es-
pouses.
"I am convinced", Mrs. Gross-
man added finally, "that this
alive through Israel."
Upon her return flight to the
United States, the passenger list
included Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett and Henrv Mon-
tor, vice-president of the' Amer-
ican Financial and Development
Corporation for Israel. Mr. Shar-
ett spoke with Mrs. Grossman
about the similarity of the prob-
lems of ocean front Tel Aviv and
Miami Beach. The need for prac- .
tical long-range planning was al- j
so discussed at great length. Mr. !
Montor told Mrs. Grossman that
the Hadassah women of Greater
Miami had made one of the fin-
est record in the country in the
Congress, the first in Jerusalem, saje of Bonds for Israel
the first in the sovereign State i .. ~ __ ...
of Israel, was truly a real firet L-a!".. ? nZ bm,ly
Congress, launching the second j V^^V^^C^
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second i id
era in the history of Zionism, the
era that will lead us after years
of effort and devotion, to even
greater accomplishments than
did the first era and the full
realization of the Zionist vision
rtCTishcd'and'hoped'to ex- } .brin,g,.int? I.sr?,el the exiles
from all the lands."
After touring Hadassah's activ-
ities in Israel, which includes op-
eration of a network of seven
hospitals, partnership with the
Hebrew University in Israel's
only medical school, resettlement
and rehabilitation of youth refu-
hence. To me, this was an
Iwer to a prayer."
fwhat impressed me most re-
t!. Congress were the
Kiting and the hard-
delegates. The actual
|pn-.piishnients and delibera-
were very capably report- ,
Jewish Floridian. Let 18s through Youth Ahyah for
ence to be held at Dayton Beach
November 10th through 12th, at
which time she will give a report
on her tour of Israel.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
KING BAKE SHOP
SOL PIKARSKY
1894 S. W. Eighth Street Miami
I in the .
jsav that the Convention Hall,
bnanv respects, resembled the
fcarv sessions of the United
lion's. There were the famil-
[looking seating arrangements
the individual earphones
the quadruple plug-ins for
interpretations of the speak-
in English, Hebrew, French
I Yiddish. There was the mag-
Icentlv impressive rostrum
In the huge portrait of Theo-
le Herd against a backdrop
llsrael: flags.
IFrom this rostrum I .heard
I pleadingsmany impassioned
: the spirited leaders of world
lism. The divergence of opin-
i or. many of the major ques-
are already perhaps too
1-known. but let me remark
|t in gazing upon these earn-
sincere and inspired faces of
Jvesay Window
to.. Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2503
which Hadassah is the official
representative in America, a vo-
cational education program and
land redemption projects, Mrs.
Grossman's enthusiasm was ex-
CORAL WAY
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Coral Gables
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and Drapes All Work Done
On Premises
Phone 4-1345 249 Coral Way
GREETINGS
i
CARSOZTS
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AUTO REPAIRS
Phone 2-3586
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
SIK PREEM MAI II
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS
44 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Zander's Laundry & Dry Cleaners
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-8997
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
FROM FARM TO YOU
MSI N. E. Second Avenue Phone 84-4521
T A X N B R
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
rORF.S 1263 West Flagler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Pones de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY NEW Y^AR
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
Specializing in Alloy Metals
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHOP PHONE 9-5634
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Jensen's Liquor Tavern
BAR and PACKAGE STORE
We Carry A Full Line of Package Goods
CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES
1646 S. W. 27th Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS
MIAMI DIAMOND
CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
LeJeune Service Station
Gas and Oil
GENERAL CAR REPAIRS
1790 N. W. 42nd Avenue
PHONE 83-3839
FRED DAMRAU, Prop.
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
At the EntranceHuntington Building
168 S. E. First St Miami, Fla. Phone 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE "WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM .
DWYER'S METAL SHOP
1329 N. W. 74th Street Phone 78-4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
"3 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
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liB\wiisltUEIIiDipldliigun
Florida,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1951
SEC. B
JildacanH
October It
Senior Judaeans,
.,..,. f-.om 13 to 18. will
Second Annual Con-
.,, k-end of October
14 at the "Y" Camp
south of Jacksonville,
'>,, an announcement
Hi,. Misses Rose Lynn
Dorothy Krantz, co-
ni the program.
[, ately" 100 young peo-
orida are expected to
educationally-geared
Highlights of the week-
I,..-hide a report by the
pda< ns who toured and
Israel this summer:
kowitz, Miami
I Gross. Miami
larion Bear, Orlando:
Chernoff, Miami.
ature of the Con-
. a meeting of the
: ittee 01 Southern
headed bv Miss
in of Birmingham,
to which the Misses
[orgen, Elizabeth Sim-
Ruth Cltin of Miami
Miami, have been in-
planned is an adult
Histadruth Gives
Dictionary To
Miami Library
The Miami Memoiial Public-
Library was presented recently
with a valuable Hebrew diction-
ary in memory of Pincus Pucb-
koff. Dr. Frank B. Sessa. director,
announced. Presentation was
made- in person by Mr. F. Z Stad
Ian and Dr. Max A. Linkind for
the Histadruth Ivrith, Miami.
The Hebrew dictionary, com-
piled by Judah Qoor and pub-
lished in 1950. is one of the
most authoritative encyclopedic-
Hebrew dictionaries in print. It ;
contains words from the classical.
Biblical and Talmudic periods.
as well as sounds of Hebrew in '
current usage.
Pincus Puchkoff, in whose
memory the book was donated.
lived in Miami for 35 years. He
passed away on February 25.
1951. at 81 years of age. An ard- |
ent Zionist and a firm believer
in community development, Mr,
the Florida Youth j Puchkoff sponsored frequent cul-
Hadassah and ZOA [ tural meetings in his home which
he named Tel Aviv. He was the
author of My Four Homes, a
book written in English, as well
as one book written in Yiddish
and two in Hebrew. To learn
the modern Hebrew language, he
went to Israel as a student, al-
though he was then 80 and in
poor health.
Mr. Stadlan is an instructor
at the Hebrew Academy, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Culttrral
Group of Greater Miami, and a
Hebraist. Dr. Lipkind is the
former president of the Zionist
Organization of America, Miami
Beach District, and a community
leader.
in .
itives. which will take
nday morning. October
cd by Mrs. Isadore Mos-
Jacksonville, chairman
fcgional Youth Commis-
meeting will center a-
In- and problems facing
fstate-wide Zionist youth
uriis Made
ler Executive
A. Wien, vice presi-
le board of directors,
nty Cancer Institute,
the appointment of
nur Curtis to the post
live assistant director
(rtis assumed her duties
. Her experience in-
i-o and a half years as
resentative of the Flor-
cal Association. During
she was executive direc-
i Dade County Chapter,
Red Cross, and in 1949,
hched the Miami Heart
Ion's fund campaign.
Curtis resides in Coral
Tickets Selling
[than 64.000 tickets are
for the American Legion
March Of Champions,
nil be held on Monday,
Hadassah Group Meets
The ne*t meeting of the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
Group, Hadassah. Miami Beach,
will take place on Monday ev-
ening at 8:30, in the Education
Building of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
The meeting will highlight a
membership drive. Group sing-
ing and refreshments will fol-
low, Mrs. Jean Berman presiding.
Amaranth Order Honors
The Amaranth Laurel Court
Number 11, will honor Mrs. Paul
Sears and Mr. Meredith Griffiths.
Grand Royal Matron and Patron
iVnai Writh Ooch
Away With Office
At a meeting held last Septem-
ber 26th. the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of South Florida dispensed
with the office of executive di- '
rector. The new plan calls for his
work to he assumed by various
members of the B'nai B'rith
Council u oi king in coordination
with local lodges.
President Sam I. Silver created
the following committees and ap-
pointed the respective chairmen:
Publicity and Public Relations:
A. J. Kaplan and Bernard
Mandler.
Events Calendar: Dr. Lester
Gordon.
Anti-Defamation League: Ed-
gar Miller.
Veterans Committee: Leo
Steinman.
B.B.Y.O.: Philip Schiff.
Americanism and Civil De-
fense: Michael M. Isenbi
Membership: Jack Gold and
Alvin Corenblum.
Finance Committee: Al Beer
and Marvin Rauzin.
Hillel Activities: Harold Turk
and Sidney Aronovitz.
Program Committee: Lewis
Sternshein.
Mr. Bernard Newmark gave a
report on the National Member-
ship Drive set for October 12th.
The drive will be simultaneous-
ly begun in all synagogues
throughout the country. In con-
junction with the Membership
Drive, it was decided that the
respective local lodges would ar-
range for membership breakfasts
for the purpose of bringing in
new members.
A commendation from Veter-
ans Administration Pratt Gener-
al Hospital for the excellent work
that B'nai B'rith and B'nai
B'rith Women have done in the
TB ward was received and re-
ported on by Mr. Leo Steinman.
The new $2,150,000 Broad Caseway will be dedicated on
October 14th. It is estimated that about 5.00G vehicles will use
the causeway daily during the winter season, relieving pressure
on local business traffic. The proposed toll is 15c.
15, 7 p.m. in the Orange | of the State of Florida s Order of Copa city
Warieu Tit Attend
Rail Conference
On Miami Beach
William T. Faricy, president of
the Association of American Rail-
roads, will arrive in Miami to-
morrow to participate in the 33rd
annual convention of *The Na-
tional Exchange Club which op-
ened Thursday in Miami Beach.
Faricy will then tell the Ex-
change-ites the part the railroads
of the nation are playing in na-
tional defense at a luncheon to
be held on Sunday afternoon in
llabhis I'uliii Kofiigw Problem
A recent meetii : Miami's
Rabbinical Association devoted
its agenda to drawing up plans
for aiding refugees toward econ-
omic adjustment.
The Rabbis agreed on calling
the attention of their congrega-
tions during the High Holy Days
to the presence of Displaced Per- '
sons residing in the area who I
seek employment. They made ]
note of the fact that the* Jewish |
Vocational Service, under the ,
auspices of the Greater Miami
I Jewish Federation, has been set
up as a placement agency and
that members of congregations
i who seek employees or who know
' of job opening should contact
I the service.
It was also decided that all
synagogues publishing bulletins
should publicize in them the Dis-
placed Persons situation.
Rabbi Abramowitz Talks
At Center's Dedication
A Sisterhood meeting of Dedi-
cation took place last evening
at the newly constructed North
Shore Jewish Center. 75th Street
and Carlyle Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was
guest speaker and addressed the
group on Heroines Of Jewish
Life. Community singing and a
social followed the meeting.
Israel Minority Feature
Morris Nasatir's Yiddish Class-
ical Hour will present Attorney
Malvin Englander's Where Are
We Going, tonight over station
WINZ. On Sunday at 1:15 p.m.,
his Vistas Of Israel, in music
and narration, will feature side-
lights on' minority populations
in the new state.
)o seats are reserved, and I Amaranth, next Monday evening
priced at $1. [at 8 p.m. ...,.
5.000,000 spectacle, the The affair will be held at the
If the national drum and International Order of Odd Fel-
borps senior competition, | low's Temple, 215 N.W. 4tn bt.,
Bted to fill the stadium. I Miami.
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Except for two years in the
I armed forces as captain in the
350th Infantry during World War
! I, Faricy has been closely as-
sociated with the legal depart-
ments of American railroads from
jthe time he entered law practice
I in St. Paul. Minnesota in 1914.
; He served as general counsel and
;. vice president of the Chicago. St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha
Railway, Northwestern subsidi-
arv. from 1942 to 1947, and of the
I Chicago and Northwestern Rail-
way from 1944 until 1947. when
i he was elected president of the
American Association of Rail-
roads. In the spring of 1949.
Faricv was a member of the
Joint Civilian Orientation Con-
ference called by the late James
Forrestal, then secretary of de-
fense, to acquaint leaders in the
industrial, labor and professional
fields with problems in the ra-
tional defense setup and to ob-
tain their views on matters con-
cerning defense.
Mr. Faricy will be a guest at
: the Delano hotel during his stay
I in Maimi Beach.
Beach V >I II \
Opens Day School
The Nursery School of the YM
and YWHA of Miami Beach, will
begin its Full Day School on
Monday, October 29.
The school, which is an affiliate
of the Jewish Centers Association
Pre-Schools, will offer the same
creative, supervised program of
activities between the hours of
9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. that is now
available to children 3 to 5 years
of age on a half day basis. New
reduced fees include transporta-
tion services and hot lunches will
be provided for the Full Day
students.
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Suite 302 Fhcne 5-5419
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+Je*lst ncricfi&n
nilDAY, OCTQWd e ,m
Threatens Peace
Jewish Romance
cum (JTA>-Tne :o>nance of
f. Jewish girl and a Moslem youth
last week threatened the security
of the Jewish community of Brit-
' :. .\ !en.
The story cnme I when
the World Jewish Cor.-ress re-
ceived cab: : thi J-wish
council of Aden ap-
r help. Acci rding to
-. Frenka Mar.sour.
j Aden Jew i -. r in away
:: last month and was
nverti I to Islam, n."- family
I ealed to the courts and the
Aden Supreme Court ruled the
girl was to be returner! to her
;:er.
Because of threats of violence
and bloodshed by Mos'ems, this
order was not obeyed At the
court's insistence, the girl was
brought home, but refused to
stay. She was taken to the home
: a Ir. Cochrane On September
IT. according to the cables, she
said she wanted to return h-me. ,
Mrs. Cochrane told Salivi Banin.
chairman of the Jewi&n council,
that she would bring the girl
home. Arab demonstrations were .
held throughout the day. In the i
evening. Mrs. Gochranc teported
that the girl had "run away."'
Subsequently, a Moslem named
Hik applied for the court's per-
iion to marry Miss Msnsour
and hearings were scheduled.
A judge of the Aden Supreme
Court interviewed at the home of i
Hak said she is not being held
under duress, but also ruled that
sh. remains a Jewess,
Meanwhile, the AoV- Jewish
: n unity council has qgain ap-
pealed Congress to initiate
action lor an official ir.-.
1 the case and to send counsel to
Marine Corporal Leonard J. Bruno, a Christian of Italian
descent, expresses his goodwill toward his Jewish fellow-service-
men in this charming Rosh Hashona drawing in which he combines
some contemporary symbols with classic concept to achieve
his unique effect. Cpl. Bruno's Rosh Hashona greeting was
brought to the attention of the National Jewish Welfare Board
by Chaplain Samuel Sobel. Jewish chaplain serving the 2nd
Marine Division at Camp Lejeune. North Carolina, where Cpl.
Bruno is stationed. A frequent attendant at the religious services
conducted by Chaplain Sobel. Cpl. Bruno, in a message ac-
companying his drawing, writes: "I have become a better Chris-
tian by attending Jewish services."
luuisr Chapter
I h'l'is Delegates
The Louise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress rec-
ently held its first meeting of
I the season at the Sorrento Hotel.
i The chair was held by Mrs. Har-
Koretzky, newly elected pres-
ident.
Delegati to the Bi-annual Na-
tion..] American Jewish Congress
and Women's Division of the
Amei ican Jewish Congress con-
vi ntion, to be held at the New
Yorker Hotil, New York City.
were elected. They are Mrs. Har-
ry Koretzky, president: Mrs.
Louis Glasser. National Board
number; and Mrs. Leonard
Glickman. past president of the
Miami Beach Chapter. Alternates
elected were Mrs. Martin Genet,
honorary president and Mrs. Jes-
se Novack. program chairman.
The officers presented a mus-
, ical skit and refreshments were
jserved.
j Post Yom Kippur Dance
A Break The Fast Dance 2,
be given by the 8itrt! "
cm the evenine of rvt ,i tenter
are in contact with the Colonial
Office. The council urged the
World Jewish Congress to take
action to "redeem the captive,
vindicate justice and assure the
community's security."
Cohen Moves Offices
Certified Public Accountant
Murray G. Cohen has moved rec-
ently to his new offices in the
Pan American Building. Miami.
A one-time member of the firm
Per.tland. Purvis and Keller. Mr.
Cohen opened his own practice
in 1946. He is a native-born Mi-
amian and a graduate of Boston
University and the University
of Florida.
Talianoff To Head Drive
Grant Stockdale has announc- th 1949 listing when 25 names.
mmunity ed the appointment of George ; were-?lat?d for. six Psts in the
Record Ballot Seen By
City Clerk Frank Correll
city cierk Frank l Correll Miami AJC Board Meets
has predicted a record-breaking
registration for Miami's Novem- ,
ber municipal i lection.
Other forecasts at City Hall |
also indicate that the ballot will
include more candidates than did
7 ? \ ently consid'- Talianoff, Miami Beach civic: 2E* 2SS^US^STiLSi
The next regular board meet-
ing of the Miami Chapter, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, will be
held this coming Monday, Oc-
tober 8th, 1 p.m., at the home of
Mrs. Mollie Eisenman, 1890 S.W.
4th Street.
Mrs. Albert Ladd will preside.
riU : case, but that they Defamation Ualue" He bTffio M?that .& 000 .
< tension past president of B'nai B'rith n .u u u f
re- "nd has been assoc.afec. with the \^L L^ ^^ "^ .
8 ^eU Janner nd ?&fiSXl an,dw the PmmUnity ^ration books will be sent .
IrnSroTtS'fo^'afflS ^^8 S-'S he & 5 gS "^ 25. WP"*
ttee of the Board of Dep- ; is most* reasonable"" he stated Xre thev wufbTavaiffibe* I
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AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner
To mi/ very personal friends
and to all
i wish you health and happiness
and a world of peace
for the coming year
Sincerely,
6aude VtfifieA
, for new voters' signatures and
. .. for those with changed addresses.
The books will close October I
20th.
Deadline for candidate quali- {
fication is October 6th, at which
time the $100 fee must accompa- I
ny application.
Broadloom Carpets
in a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
10C South Miami Avt.
Our 27th Year Under Same
Ownership Management
In Miami
Pepper Tulane Bound
Marshall Pepper, son of Dr. and I
Mrs. Max Pepper, 2101 S.W. 17th
Street, left last week to enroll
at Tulane University where he I
will enter the pre-medical school.
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OCTOBER 5, 1951
FRIDAY,
free Fund Drive
i fo rommemorate
<>|h-.-iii Jews
i Tree Raising Fund Drive
.,.,. m mcration of the 6,000,-
I oiil Jt as slaughtered prior to
1 A during World War II, has
nnounced by the Jewish
national Fund.
Sunday, October 7th, will set
off the commemoration. Mr. Leon
I EU chairman of the Greater
Miami group, JNF, will speak
BVtion WTNZ at 12:15 on
The 6.000.000 Who Perished. At
in' a m. and at 2 p.m. on the
ime'day, Sam Prosterman, chair-
man of the board, will speak
ove, stations WMBM and WTTT.
Daniel B. Broad, who is treasurer
of the Fund, will make his plea
to tree donors over station WFEC
at li a.m.
Both Reeieeted
fashion Leader
At a meeting held at the Sea
Isle Hotel. Nat Roth was chosen
for the second successive time
to head the Miami Beach Na-
tional Fashion Exhibitors. More
than 60 salesmen representing
women's wear manufacturers
throughout the country attended.
The group's next show will be
held on January 6th. Other of-
ficers elected at the hotel meet-
ing were: Al Schwartz, vice
president; Lew Niedenberg, sec-
retary: Perrv Radin,. treasurer;
Jud Haft, David Mittman and
Nat Squires, board of director
members. Mrs. Ida Lynne was
chosen executive secretary.
Gables Women Party
The B'nai Brith Women of Cor-
al Gables will hold a canasta
card tournament at the McAl-
H itel on Thursday evening,
October 11th. Prizes will be a-
ir the highest and low-
in s of the evening.
Jmisti fhrkUar
PAGE 3 B
A Message For The Coming New Year
New owners of the Casablanca Hotel are Samuel E. Cohen,
left. Miami Beach hotel man and his father. J. C. Cohen, center.
New York City. Shown also is Bernard Burke, named by the
Cohens as general manager of the Casablanca and the Shj/ry
Frontenac which they also own.
Lake Files For City
Commission Candidacy
John Red Lake's campaign for
city commission will' begin this
coming week with a rally of 1,200
Lake workers in Temple Hall,
420 S.W. 8th Avenue, Thursday
night.
Lake and his campaign man-
ager, John G. MacFarlan, who is
state chairman of the Veterans"
Heller Elected To Board
Sidney Davidson, president of
Miami Beach Junior Chamber
. immerce, reported last Sat-
urday thai Attorney Daniel Neal
has been elected to his
board of directors.
: will fill the vacancy re-
; from the resignation of
..lacks who is moving to
"On the Trail"
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We Sell Retail and Wholesale
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Menorah Women Install
The Menorah Group of Ha-
dassah will hold an Installation
and Membership Tea on Monday
afternoon at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Mrs. M. G. Stein
will be installed as president,
with Mrs. Morris Skop as In-
stalling Officer.
Mrs. Emanuel Smith, mem-
bership chairman, announces that
i an entertaining program has been
| planned.
Rev. and Mrs.
George Goldberg
and Family
Wish a very Happy and
Prosperous New Year
to Their Many Old Friends of
Beth David Synagogue
nd to Their Host of New Friends at
Tefereth Israel Northside
Center
and to the Entire Jewish Community
By JULIAN FREEMAN
(President of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds)
The year 5711 will be recorded
as a year of great achievement
by the Jewish communities of
America. They responded to their
obligations at home and abroad
with wisdom, understanding, and
generosity. They adjusted to |
major new conditions with ma
turity, steadiness, and unity. They
enter the new year stronger and .
better fortified for the tasks of ,
the future.
The Jewish Welfare Fund ram- ;
pa;gns as a whole hav> sustained ;
the high levels of giv'r.g of the
previous yeermany .. ities in |
fact, did better. The viti' domes-
tic programs of health pnd wel- '
fare services, community rela-
tions, education and cu'turt have '
been extended and strengthened.
The life-saving work ol Israel
, has been carried forward and ex-
|panded.
We have continued to bring
I refugees from Europe t > America.
| to the limits of our immigration
laws, and to help them rebuild
their lives here. For those who
choose to or must remain in
Europe, we have gone a 'one way
toward restoring their self-reli-
ance and communal institutions.
When to the community wel-
fare fund results is added the
amounts which individuals have
invested in Israel bonds during
the past year, the total equals the
highest sums ever made available
by. American Jewryever 200
millions of dollarsfor oil these
purposes.
We have done more than care
for the present. We have built for
the future------both at h abroad -- synagogues, hsop:' !-.
homes for the aged centers and
schools for our youth, living trib-
utes to our historic values, for
this generation and the genera-
tions to follow.
In these tasks, all o! us have
worked together men and
women of every sha;le at opin-
ion and interesthave joined in
our Federations, Welfr-e Funds,
and Community Counci1:- for th->
things which all of us h?'ieve in,
more united than ever before,
recognizing the totality as greater
than any of the parts.
The new year opens with the
world uncertain and uneasya
world in one of the deepest crises
in history. There can be .10 com-
placency for anyone. The tasks
we have undertaken are unfin-
ishedhere, in Europe, in Israel.
They are part of our special re-
sponsibility for reinforcing the
supreme dignity of the individual,
the sacredness of the human
spirit, of rooting more firmly the
forces of social justice, freedom
and liberty.
We have much to do. here and
overseas. We have mu'.h to build
on the foundation of community
organization which we have es-
tablished. We shall need all of
Hhe leadership and all of the mass
help we can mobilize. We .'hall
need an abundance of intelli-
gence, understanding, and wis-
dom. And we shall need the full-
est measure of concent'-ation and
perseverance.
It will be a critical year for
Jewry and mankind. The life
blood of all of our efforts -rust
be a sense of historic dedication
to these high purpose a- A urgent
necessities.
Commission, Department of Vet-
erans' Affairs, will speak. In
addition. Lake campaign work-;
ers will hear precinct reports by
district directors.
Lake filed for candidacy last
Seek on a platform calling for
urn clearance and low rent
housing, a free hand for a care-
fullv-chosen city manager, and
refhoval of FEC tracks and sta-
tion from downtown as part of
a plan for better handling of city
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
"A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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vJewisti fUrkitor
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Jewish Centers: A Method Of Living
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The Holt of the Jewish Commun-1 Jewish life. The particular know- in the circuit court of tm
ity Center in Thas* Time* | how of the Jewish Community I '
Bv SANFORD SOLENDER I Center is its skill in working
(Dir tor Jewish outer Division, with people in groups. It under-
E
OF
National Jewish Welfare R.rd>
Through the Jewish Commun-
ity Center, an institution unique
to American Life, American Jew-
stands the method of gaining
their confidence and respect, and
aiding them to make their group
activities more gratifying and
fruitful. Beyond this the Center
rv has provided a setting in has a particular flexibility and
which the twin objectives of ere- adaptability which enables it to
tive participation, in democracy i meet varying conditions. For ex-
and positive Jewish experience ample- jt serves outlying
car. nnd a continuous, living ex- neighborhoods through extension
presMon Because of its unusual programs aS well as in areas of
potentialities tor contributing to dense Jewish population through
the modern Jewish renaissance. a Center building. It serves in
the Jewish Center movement has times of normaicy as wei, as in
seen tremendous advance in the ; periods of stress. The Center is
last decade.
a veritable treasure-house of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN- CHANCERY.
No. 14390*
WILLIAM HAMELMANN
212 Beiwom Blvd.
Miami, l'lalnttff
VI
HILDA HAMELMANN
whereabout unknown, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO. HILDA HAMKLMAXN
Vou. Hilda Hamelmann. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint f >"
Divorce has been filed analn.it VOU.
and you are required to serve a copy
or your Answer or I'leadlnu to the
Bill of <*omplalnt on the plaintiff's
Attorney. STEPHEN F. KEHSLEK.
2200 West Flanlor Street. .Miami. Fla..
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Hth
day of October. 1911. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
The Jewish Community Center community leadership through mande.Mn"the bIii oVcnntniaint.
performs this role in many ways, the combined efforts of its lay I DONE and ordered at Miami.
It aids Jewish people to engage and professional workers, and ATi>,ridiV-,i,h'8 18th day of s"',,ember
in group activities which will ad- the training ground for leaders E B. LEATHBRMAN.
vanci their growth as fine per-, afforded through its program
sonaJJties. Realization of the full But the times in which live
capacities ot each individual U have imposed another dimension
i ^il personal security and for all of us whh added tasks
happiness. Sucn individual ful- for the Center to perforrn The A
fillment is the cornerstone of current emergencv resulting from Weg Hagler St.
democracy. For us as Jews, this lhreats to our dernocratic way of \?&& -'1""'a1-
self-ixpression also requires a llfe has necessitated the mobiliza- -^-----^-^
positive ider.tu.cati.n with Jew- tjon of our nation for defense
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County. Klorld.i.
Circuit Court Seal)
By G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk.
STEPHEN P. KE88LER
Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
de
HIItNETT ROTH
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Centers are enabled constantly The Korean War is but an as- r.lerk "f .'"< (-|rcuit Court of D;
to gain a deeper sense of such ( pect of this situation and, irres- "unty- Florlda- AL ABRKMf
Jewish affirmation. At one and pective of its outcome, we must
the s;.nie time the Center en- adjust to a prolonged period of
courages the growth of rounded life ur.der these conditions. All
Jewish personalities .ind aids in our community institutions are
building a finer general and Jew- i now challenged to aid in main-
ish community I u >ugh a height- taming the stability of our civil-! NOT,CE ^ame law
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the Jewish community and is a
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".Jenlsti Fh>rkftor
PAGE 53
,1t>w ish Centers: A
Method Of Living
(Continued /rorn Paoe 4 B)
Jewish Community Centers. The
confusing times in which we live
require the highest type of social
intelligence on the part of people.
Yet the very complexity of na-
tional and world events makes
such comprehension the more dif-
ficult. Center programs can in-
crease people's acquaintance with
the issues of our day and their
ability to apply social under-
standing to the judgments which
citizens must make. The defense
effort itself requires a mobiliza-
tion of our community for civil-
ian defense and related activities.
The Jewish Community Center
can give effective support to this
efi >:!
With more than three and a
hall million men in our armed
forces, a substantial portion of
our vouth have experienced in-
terruption in life plans and have
been required to assume military
responsibilities not as profes-
sional soldiers, but as part of a
civilian army. The maintenance
Of our democracy requires that
civilian community be extended
t, them. Jewish Community Cen-
ters are uniquely situated to co-
operate with USO in offering
their facilities and program to
enable servicemen to maintain
such reassuring and stabilizing
civilian associations.
The vigor which is the Jew-
ish Community Center movement
of America finds its national ex-
pression in the National Jewish
Welfare Board. JWB, the na-
tional association of Jewish Com-
murity Centers as well as the
Jewish community's agency for
work with members of the arm-
irces, is the focal point for
Jewish Center work in America.
I- ) rforma the role of guiding,
4 and serving Centers to
enable them most adequately to
mt their responsibilities.
!: this High Holy Day period,
pause at the turn of the '
year and at time of a-
I in. we confront uncer-
' lint and trial. While we must
continue to enrich our living as
xans am! Jews, we must
also assume the added burdens
:iod of crisis. The Amer-
ish community can look
I future with a keen sense
( it in its more than 330 Jewish
unity Centers, it has an
ins! tution of tremendous vitality
foi service, both in relation to
11 needs and emergency re-
gents. In a creative part-
nership with the synagogue, the
I. the organized Jewish
community, and the other insti-
tutions in Jewish life, the Center
contributes richly to meeting the
challenges of today and tomor-*
row.
In this period we seek to trans-
late our stock-taking and self-
examination into resolves by
which to guide our future ef-
As we consider the great
needs which race our commun-
ity, there is no more important
'-- ition than that our Jewish
Community Centers shall be
made increasingly strong and ef-
fective so that they may meritor-
101 continue to fulfill their
VII il mission. The High Holy Day
season epitomizes our faith in the
tuturethe future of democracy,
the Jewish people, of .right-
eousness, morality and human
>' These ideas are at the
f the Jewish Community
Center. The Center is an insti-
tuti ,n born of this spirit and de-
*'8 I to articulate this faith
1 igh daily living experiences.
' is High Holy Day period,
We affirm our belief in the
i itions of Juadism, in our
mtments as Jews, and in our
" -ibility for making strong
institutions which nurture
values. It is well, then, to
>'< that in the Jewish
unity Center we Jews have
' rumentality through which
;, 'Evictions are translated
- living realities.
Kosher Recipe Review
By TERRY ELMAN
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
Holiday Menu and Recipes
Honey-Broiled Grapefruit or
Fruit Cup in Sherry Wine
Gefilte fish
Baked Squab
Carrots Knadel
Sponge cake
Chicken soup with Finger-
huetchen (Noodle Puffs)
Fresh green salad
Prune and Raisin compote
Hot Tea with Lemon
Baked Squab: Stuff squab with
favorite family dressing. Place
squab on a bed of onions. For
every four squabs add one cup
orange juice, 3 tablespoons brown
sugar, one-half cup sherry wine.
Baste every 10 minutes for one
hour and 10 minutes. Keep part-
ly covered for first 25 minutes.
Bake in 450 degree oven for 15
minutes. Reduce heat to 350
degrees and continue baking for
a nadditional half-hour, basting
every 10 minutes with the drip-
pings in the pan. If necessary,
add a little more sherry wine.
Stuffing: Brown 2 large onions
in chicken fat. Add 2 boxes of
fresh mushrooms, cut in small
slices. When cooked add one
pound of liver cut in small pieces.
Soak one loaf of bread in cold
water. Squeeze out and break
into mixture. Add garlic, salt
and pepper to taste, also a little
sherry wine. *'
Carrots Knadel: Scrape and
cut a bunch of carrots fine. Add
a good-sized sweet potato, peeled
and diced. Put in pan together
with barely enough salted water
to cover. Cook until tender but
not soft. The Water will mostly
cook away. In the meantime,
make the knadel by browning
one-half cup flour in hot pan,
then stir in 2 tablespoons short-
ening, salt to taste, and one tea-
spoon sugar. Stir, and let the
mixture form a round ball. Cov-
er pan, add a little of the carrot
water and let steam a few min-
utes. Put knadel in center of
carrot mixture and serve.
Prune and Raisin Compote:
One pound of prunes and one-
half pound of white raisins, add
3 tablespoons of sugar and thin
slices of lemon. Stew gently.
Nina Halperin's Delicious
Daffodil Cake
8 egg whites
7 egg yolks
1 teaspoon valinna
?4 cup sugar
Vl teaspoon cream of tartar
1 tablespoon orange and lemon
rind
4'i! tablespoons orange and
lemon juice mixed
1 Vb cups cake flour
Vs cup sugar
Beat egg white, adding a pinch
of salt. When frothy, add cream
of tartar. Beat until whites are
stiff enough to hold up in peaks.
Gradually add three-fourths cup
of sugar. Continue beating until
stiff. Beat seven yolks of eggs
until very thick. While beating,
gradually add four and one-half
tablespoons of juice, one tea-
spoon vanilla and one tablespoon
of rind. Beat mixture until very
thick. Pour seven beaten yolks
over the eight beaten whites;
fold gently. Add one and one-
third cups of cake flour with one
and one-half cup of sugar which
has been sifted four times. Beat
at lowest speed in electric mix-
er. Pour into a tubed angel food
pan. Preheat oven to 325 de-
grees. When cakes is placed in
oven raise the temperature to
350 degrees. Bake one hour. In-
vert pan; when cool remove cake.
Nina's Frosting for Daffodil Cake
1 cup sugar
Lj teaspoon cream of tartar
2 unbeaten egg whites
V'4 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons crushed berries,
in season
Place ingredients into top of
double boiler. While the water
boils in the lower portion of the
double boiler, beat with an elec-
tric beater for 2 or 3 minutes or
until it forms a peak.
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"AMI S. M. MACHTEL Ene. VIoPraaldaat
Balanced Israel
Budget Foreseen
Jerusalem (JTA) Increased
income will soon permit the Is-
rael Government to balance its
defense budget as well as its reg-
ular budget, Financial Minister
Eliezer Kaplan told Parliament
recently as he opened debate
on his request for a 27,400,000
pound appropriation for the next
three months. This would cover
the regular budget bu? not the
defense budget whose total is
kept secret.
The Government's inability to
balance the defense budget in
the past forced it to issue Treas-
ury bills which have become an
inflationary force in the n-itional
economy. The regular budget has
always been balanced.
Mr. Kaplan revealed that in-
come for the first five months of
the fiscal yearfrom April
through Augusthas been some
66 percent higher than originally
estimated. As a result, it has not
been necessary to i?sue any-
Treasury bills of late. The chief
source of the government's rev-
enue remains income taxes.
During the debate the Gen-
eral Zionists remained neutral
and they are expected to support
the government budget request.
The left-wing Mapam Party at-
tacked the budget, asserting that
it gives the government too much
power. The budget is expected to
pass, probably some time next
week.
Most of the parties appealed for
new efforts to increase oroduc-
tion, which they visualized as the
best means of increasing the gov-
ernment's revenue.
Eliezer Livneh, Mapei deputy,
stressed the need for the country
to restrict consumption as much
as possible to products locally
produced. He urged that greater
use be made of the immigrants
in any attempt to increase pro-
duction. Moshe Erem, of the left-
wing Socialist Mapam Party, also
urged a greater degree of self-
sufficiency. He asserted that dur-
ing the Mapai-Mapam discussions
on a coalition government, the
Finance Minister had pledged re-
form of the tax system, which
Erem claimed, was not reflected
in Kaplan's latest budget.
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Hadassah Convention Closes; Thanks
U.S. For Israel Grant-Aid Measures
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. i9Sl
Atlantic City (JTA1 T v 37th
annual convention .>:' Ha
Amerian women's Zionist organ
.ii on, closed last week after ap-
proving a budget of $8,235,000
and adopting situs of resolu-
tions on world affairs and Zion-
ist and organizational matters,
In .- move without precedent
in the oi eanization's historj. it
Mrs s \\" Halprin to
..i .is president of the or-
ation beyond the expiration
ol hei term until the Hadassah
mid-winter conference, .it winch
. the national board has been
authorized to elect .\ now presi-
Mrs, Raphael Tourover,
of the nominations com-
mittee, said this step was taken
becaust Mrs S. .' Rosensohn of
Now York, committee choice ol
esidenc> was unable to as-
sum< office at tins time because
ol ., farnily bereavement
Res( lutions adopted by the con-
vention thanked the United States
delegation to the United Nations
u stand on the s.:< Canal
issu urg< d pron pt ratifications
bj the l" s of the genocide con-
vention, thanked Congressional
sp< si rs ol the Israel >::..
easures and \ ,>:..d pi
thai C ngress would pass the
ssan app prii I ions The
< lut ns also hi ged the I
St; it s to use its good ces I
nl lit i tionj
betw Israel and the Arab
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convention that the Jews of
America and Israel mist find a
new working relationship
An erican .lows should and
will not go to Israel bw itise they
are afraid of the future in Amer-
ica," he declared. -That attitude
is unworthy of the American and
Jewish heritage. Zionism is not
Jewish defeatism. It ts the pro-
gressive, dynamic and democratic
answer to the Jewish problem. It
does not preclude the righl of
Jows to remain in the three 1 mds
"If there are serious problems
of anti-Semitism," he cortinued,
"Americans should meet them
with two-fisted courage, not ter-
rified flight. Any approach to
American Jews, playing upon
fear is doomed to failure. Some
Americans should and will settle
in Israel They will go because
they have skills which are needed
or because they want to live In
a totally Jewish environment or
want to make Jewish history
rinse an Justifiable and praise-
worthy motivations, but th<
majority of American Jews will
remain in this country."
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Commission Candidates
Jack Horsley. candidate for Mi-
ami city commission, will host
a unique good-will party on Mon-
day for all commission aspirants.
. their wives and campaign man-
agers
Horsley explained, in announc-
| ing plans for the get-together
party, that "there is a definite
need for one friendly get-togeth-
[ er for candidates during the
race." As soon as a candidate
qualifies, he will receive an in-
1 vitation. Horsley revealed. The
! partv is to be held at Horslev's
home. 4115 S.W. 42nd Avenue.
, from 5 toT p.m.
City Commissioner Perrine
Palmer and Mayor William Wol-
two incumbent commis-
rs, have also been invited
W ill be no political speech-
es by any car tea at the party.
ICios4*%'li Women
To Sliou !asliions
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women will
hold a membership fashion show
on Thursday evening, October 11.
at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami
Bi ach.
Mrs. Don W. Stuart and Mrs.
Edmond Epstein will be co-chair-
men of the affair. The models
will include the Mesdames Ken-
neth Mayerson. David Dubov,
Ferdinand Phillips, Millie Leif-
man. Bernard Rosenblatt, Sher-
wood Rosen and Joe Golden.
Michael's of Miami are scheduled
to present their fashions ind J.
Baldi of Coral Gables, will ar-
range all hair styles of the mod-
els.
Assisting in the arrangements
are Mrs. Edward Bramson and
Mrs. Edward Blum.
Israeli Group Installs
Mrs Irving West,,.. 0f tn t
raeh Group of Hadassah ha?,1*"
nounced that its officer^
board members will be hciL..*1
at an Installation Lumh, ?
held on Monday, ,2 Son?1flfi
Lincoln Manor Kosher C
Mrs^ Murray Grossman, FW
.da Regional president of Ha
dassah, who recently return*
from the Twenty-Third &
Zionist Congress, will be the in.
stalling ofticer.
Peretz School Opens
The Workmen's Circle Peretz
School of Miami will hold a
reception in honor of its princi-
pal. L. Lasavin, on Sunday even-
ing at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. 1545 S.W. 3rd Street.
Details of plans for the school
and branch members will be out-
lined at that time.
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The Parent Teachers Associa-
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of .W.VIN BALES CO. ai 301 s w
find Court, Miami, Florida. Intends
to : i glatei -.. i name with the i "lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
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ALVIN NEWMAN
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DAVID DRUCKBR
Attorney f..r Alvln Newman
B 21-28 in b-12
im THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
M-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 14391C
IIIXE MILLS, Plaintiff,
pn\KST MILLS, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
thj KKNE8T MILLS
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v. | an hereby notified that a Hill
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ih. Bill of Complaint will be taken
ii confessed against you.
Dated this 19th day of September.
E li. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Seal)
By O. B HARD1E.
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE .1 TAL1ANOFF
Attorney for riaintlff
420 Llm oln Road
[leach, Florida
10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig d, desli Ins to engage In
business under the fictitious names ,.f
A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE AND
NI'ltSKS REGISTRY
A-l NI'RSES' REGISTRY
NURSES' A-l REGISTRY
al 51 N. B. .'.Ih St., Miami, Ha. and
1519 Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
Fla. int. nils to register said names
with the Cle.rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
A. M, MEIDENBBRG
Bole Owner
9/14-21-28 10 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 143773
iLOl'IS KOHN, Plaintiff,
\ B,
KRAXCES T. KOHN". Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[TO: FRANCES T. KOHN
VV, Main Street
Si.m.i\Hie. New Jersey
FRANCE8 T. KOHN. are
| herebj notified thai a BUI of Com-
foi Divorce has been filed
you, ami you are required to
Bervi .i copy nf your Answer or
i'..i |-ii, plaintiff's Attorneys, POKES *
.FRISIIMAX. ESQ.. 420 Lincoln Road,
IMia Rea h, Florida, and file the
Answer or Pleading in the
d| the Clerk of the Circuit
|c, m or before the llth day of
. :. 1951. It you fall to do so,
nenl by default will be taken
|.-...i.-i I I he relief demanded
the BUI : Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
12th day of September.
|. 1951,
I." B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
ill Court s'eal)
By it. II. hick, JR.
Deputy Clerk
[POKES & FR1SHMAN. ESQ.
Attorneys For Plaintiff
I 4-" Lll.....In Road
[Miami Beach, Florida
14 21-28 10/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY: IN CHANCERY.
No 143741
CLINTON C. DOUGHTY, Jr.
Plaintiff
vs. "
DORIS BENNETT DOUGHTY
Defendant.
TO: Doris Bennett Doughty
10 lakland street
Red Bank, New Jersey
You, Doris Bennett Doughty, arc
|hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
for Divorce has been filed a-
| gainst you, and you are required to
i ^ iv. ,i copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo the Bill of Complaint on the
Attorney, Stephen P.
KESSLER, 2200 West Flagler St.. Mi-
i. and file the original Ans-
l*< Pleading in the office of the
' the Circuit Court on or be-
fore Hi. 12th day of October. 1951. If
lo do so. Judgment by default
taken against you for the re-
' indod in the Bill of Com-
[ DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I Ills 12th day of September.
\ I 1951
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
i'lerk. Circuit Court,
Dad,- County. Florida.
Court Seal)
By C. R. Wilson.
. Deputy Clerk.
I-21-2S in I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 143758
LEMUEL .1. HARTOW, Plaintiff.
vs.
MARGARET LIGHTNER BARTOW
also known as
MARGARET CORNWELL BARTOW
also known as
MARGARET WARNER HARTOW.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO:
MARGARET LIGHTNER BARTOW
also known as
MARGARET CORNWELL BARTOW
also known as
MARGARET WARNER BARTOW
Address Unknown
You are hereby notified to serve a
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce filed herein by
the Plaintiff's attorney. Theodore R.
Wayne, Esq.. 2146 Ponce De Leon
Boulevard. Coral Gables, Florida, and
to file the original thereof with the
Clerk of the above named Court on
or before the 11th day of October.
A.D. 1951: otherwise a Decree Pro
Confess.! will be entered against you.
Dated this 11 day of September,
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Seal)
By M C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
9/14-21-28 10 :,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No, 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
max ZEMMELMAN, Plaintiff,
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN, l left ndanL
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
!'. Iffba im
821 E. 98rd St.
Brooklyn, New Tork
,VV i ..... herel n< tlfli d that a Bill
of i omplalnl foi i ilvorce hai bi
,il agalnsi you and you are hereby re-
qulri .1 to serve copy of youi answer
loll of complaint on plal
attorney and file the original Answei
offli of the i 'lerk of the I "h
uit com: ,,n or before the lath da)
pi I' tobi l otherwise, the al-
legations of said BlU of Complaint win
be taken.....nfi ia< d agalnsi you.
Dated this 13th day 61 Bepti
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court.
By wm. w STOCKING.
-~.... Deputy Clerk Seal)
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
: l'i-:'h in ,-,-i2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN" SC||. ,ci|. i,| child
DEVELOPMENT al tl Collins Aven-
III Miami Beach, Fla., intends to
i said name nh the clerk of
thi Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SCHOOL, Inc
LEON i: SLATER, I
KAPLAN. DIET/. & LASKY
A- Jl ISEPH w, malek
Attorneys foi Applli
i oln Road
5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that'
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name,
of LITTLE HI,ASS SCHOOLHOL'Sn
at >I Collins Avenue, Miami Beat
Fla int.'mis to register said name
with the Clerk of tin Circuit ''ohm ,.r
Dade County, Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC ft
SCHOOL, Inc.
LEON B. SLATER, 1'
KAPLAN, DIETZ A LASKY
A JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attnrm -
" 10 Lll coin Road
9 21-28 la 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143763
WILLIAM Mc.lKNKINS. Plaintiff.
vs.
LYDIA McJENKINS Defendant.
TO: LYDIA McJENKINS,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
15Ui day of October. A.D. 1951: other-
wise, the BUI of Complaint for Di-
vorce, heretofore filed herein, will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
12th day of September, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg..
Miami. Florida
9/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deelrlng to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALLAPATTAH HALF Hunt
LAUNDROMAT at 1512 N.W. 36th
Street intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
E1M1AR DAVIS
MARGUERITE DAVIS
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Owners
9/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
m business under the fictitious name
ol DE Jl '1.11: JEWELERS al 16 i. I
coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
tends to register s.,i.i name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIOMUND DRUCKER
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for siginuiid Drucker
9 :'l -28 1" 5-1!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of LINCOLN INSTITUTE at 1213 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC A.
SCHOOL. Inc.
LEi i.V B SLATER, IV, s.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY
& JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attorneys for Applicant
150 Lincoln Road
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
f KARLIN'S FRUIT shippers at
l--l Washington Ave Miami Beach.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BEVERLY FINKEL8TEIN,
(sole owner)
MA I.V IN ENG LANDER
311 Lincoln Road
Attorney for Amdicant
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DECK BAR at :'. Fifth Street, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, int-nds :.. reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Com! ..: Dade County, Florida.
B A- M. INC.
a Florida (on
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney tor i >wner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/28 10/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14399'
JAMES CLINTON ROBERSON
Plaintiff
Vs.
EDITH JEAN" ROBERSON.
11, fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDITH JEAN R0BER8ON
r <' Bog 2113
Durham. N. C.
You are required to s. rve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon plaintiff's attorneys, Kovner A-
Mannhelmer, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and rile the original
;n the office of the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit Court, on or before the 22nd day
| of October. 1951, otherwise said BUI
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this ^lst day of September,
1951,
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Sen 1
By R, 11 RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
9/28 10/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NTEELNOTE BAR at 2140 N. W.
36th Street, Miami. Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GEORGE R. ALLEN.
Owner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. FlaglerStreet
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
I the undersigned! desiring to engage in
'business under the fictitious nain. of
ML'SICANA BAR at 500 N. W. 54th
Street. Miami, Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH A. SOLLA
ANITA R. SOLLA
CHERTKOF & KAL1SH
Attorneys for Applicants
Olympla Bldg.
9/28 10/5-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate yom
Patronage and auaran-
* accurate serrlce at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14391i
HANNAH EPSTEIN, Plaintiff
vs.
ELMER EPSTEIN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ELMER EPSTEIN
C 0 Sunny-Vale Fruit Market
1044 Fiatbush Avenue
Brooklyn. New York.
mi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against- you in the
ali.n, entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original In the office of the clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the isth
day of October, 1951, otherwise a De-
cree I'm Confesso will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH 1 L0R1DIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lMh
day of September, 1951.
E B, LEATHERMAN,
cl.rk. Circuit Court
(Seal) ___
Bj M C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD S. HANDLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
S04 Ingrnham Buliding
Miami. Florida.
:i 8] .Jg in ..-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i
in business under the fictitious name
r SAMROSE APARTMENTS
s. W. I7th Street, Miami. Fls intend i
to register s.,.,1 name with the Cl.ikl
of the Circuit Ci urt of I *de i'
Florida.
SAMP El, WEISS
ROSE WEISS
.., n.t| io 5-12
SEITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N.K. 2nd ST. MIAMI 31. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CLOCKER-S SPORT SELECTION'S ,,t
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla..
intends io register said name w-ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Tlorida.
BEN SHAMES.
Owner
9/14-21-28 10/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 143889
ATARE8 FINANCE CORPOR-
ATION, formerly known as
Ayares small Loan Co., Inc..
a Florida corporation, Plaintiff.
vs.
ELMO P. OWENS and
MARGARET OWENS, Defendants.
TO: EI.Mo p. OWENS and
MARGARET I 'WENS
Address I'nknown
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TOD APE HEREBY REQUIRED
TO appear to the Bill of Complaint
of Moitgage Foreclosure filed agalnsi
you in the above styled cause, i :. or
before October 1!". 1951, Which mort-
gage encumbers ih>- following des-
cribed personal property, situate and
leing in Dade County, Florida, to-Wll
l _-. ft. neon sign, l display window
w th drapi s, drop i iirtaln and car.
peted platform. _' ornamental ferny,
i : ft. s., tlonal with sli.-ix, s, i
rgi leather and chrome waiting
room chairs, i chrome table, l three
.i,i filing cabinet, l two drawer
d M< Sally W, Id
Ki and stand, l glass covered
map table w.:h drawers, l metal ]
and chrome executive desk, l
chrome and leathi r swl> el cl
stri i ihalrs i hrome and l< ath< r
With arms. 1 metal and chron i
retarial talesmen disks, i .hrome
and li vlve! i ha!
pictures n mourn
: 1 neon Il
was-, pa] i baslu :.-. I f: ioie en(
fixtures foil
typewriter tabl, I Roj -
ewrltei
H F.E.

Other*
taken M
tensed hj
: .- ber, 1951
B. P. LEATHERMAN,
i erk of the Cl
Bj a B harm;:.
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FA HER
Attorney for Plaintiff
41J Congress Building
Miami. Florida
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on fhe 19th day of October. 1951,
between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and
5:00 p.m., we will sell at Public auc-
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
at the Ocean Haven Hotel. 155 Ocean
Drive. Miami Reach. Fla., various
articles of clothing and personal he-
longings left unclaimed for a period
of more than 90 days and ii|K,n which
a lien Is claimed: above being the
property of Jay Chalson, Joe Karnls,
V. Oorney and B, Maroon.
Said sal,- to be under and by virtue
of the Statutes of the State of Florida
In such cases made and provid. ,1.
OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL
9 21-88 10 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144078
I la IRENCE ETHEL jrOUNG,
Plaintiff
ALEXANDER JAMES fOUNG, vjr..
i U ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALEXANDER JAMES
YOUNG, Jr.
8115 242nd Strei t
Bi Hi rose, Long Island. NY
you. ALEXANDER JAMES YOVNG.
Jl: sn hereby notified that a Din of
Complain! tor Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
s. rve a cop> of your Ans i .>i Pl< ad-
lug to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, CriERTKOF AND
KALlstl. and file the original Answer
01 Pleading in tile office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
86th day .; October. 1951. If you fail
io do s... judgment by defa ill
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED ..: '
i. this ;.Mh day of September
A.D. 1951,
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk, 'ii i uit i'" ii t.
]'.,. County, P la
t i 'ourt Seal)
Bj M C, FEIGE,
.Deputy Clerk.
CHERTKOP AND KAI.1SH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
(07-10 ol\ mpia Bldg.
Florida.
1/28 10 r.-lL'-lH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the undersigned, di sir I to
ler the fie til
of U IBB ANl Ol rTTI RIE1 >,
'._-: said name with tl
of Oh C lit ( 'otll i ol 1 .. li Ci inty,
I- : Ida.
WILLIAM LO
JULIUS GOTTFRIED
MARX M PAPER
II> for Applicants
U2 Congress Bldg.
9/21-28 10/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 14393C
PEARL CLOUGHER, Plaintiff.
vs.
SAMUEL W. CLOUGHER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL W CLOUGHER
10615 Union Hall St.
Jamaica, li.. N.Y.
YOU ARE HBRBBT NOTIFIED
and required to s. rve a cops of your
ANSWER to the BILL OP COM-
PLAINT filed against you herein, on
Plaintiff's solicitor, THEODORE R.
NELSoN. 1405-04 P.is.ayn. Building.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
thereof in the office of the Clerk of
the above COtirl on or before the J'Jlld
day of October, 1951. otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
dated this 19th day of September,
A.D. 1051.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
By c, B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
9 -2i-2< in .".-12
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25289
RE: ESTATE OF
FLORA I. BRoWN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition foi
1 inal Discharge as Executrix of the
.state ,,f flora l. brown, deceas-
ed; and that on the 22nd day of Oc-
tober, 1951, I will apply to the Honor-
able W. P. Hi.antoN. County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
FLORA L. brown, deceased
This 25th day of September, 1951.
HELEN L. BROWN
MTERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Executrix
10 .-12-19 ___________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144072
MART HELLER, Plaintiff.
HERMAN HELLER. Defendant.
in. HERMAN HELLER
8140 :>3rd Street
Astoria, I-ong Island. New York
You are required to serve a copy)
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and lo file the original ans-
wer in'the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 25th
day of October A.D. 1951; otherwise.
Hi. Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
25th day Of Set,timber. 1951.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Bldg
Miami, Fla.
u :., __ in 5.1J-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 14403S
RAYMOND FRANK GALI.o.
Plaintiff
vs.
CATHERINE OALLO. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. CATHERINE OALI.o. 99 Bgsl
S. end Street. Brooklyn. New York.
are required to serv a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint foi
Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney, Har-
old SHAPIRO. 827 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk or
this court on or before October 85.
1951, otherwise s 1 '<. ree Pro c
will be entered against you.
Dated Sept. nil.. I -'4, 1951.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk
(Circuit COUrt Peal)
By It H. RICE. JR..
1 lei aly '"lerk
;i :* 10 5-12-19____________________
NOTICI TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 264>52-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH SLOTKIN, Decease I
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Againsl
Said Estate: ,
Y..u. and ea.h of you, arc hereby
; ami required to present an)
and demandt which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JOSEPH SLOTKIN, de-
, eased late of Dad,- County, Florida.
t,. the Don FLANK B. DOW UNO,
Counts Judge ol I ade County, and
file the sain.- In his office n the
Courthousi in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of ; I rsl publication
!.. reof Said cli or demands lo
ess of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
will lo
ectlon IS I the 19S8 Pi
Date Si I. a D. 1951.
SMITH.
As Adn Inlstrator of the
ti
jl 18EPH SLOTKIN. De-
reasi d
IRVING CYPEN. ESQ..
Attorney for .
JOSEPH SLOTKIN. deceased.
4/28 10/5-12-19


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U.S. Royal Tire Show.
Tow win all th# new and sensational U. S Royal tire and tube
ad% snv-#rr'nts impfo\-ements not known or possible before,
iV-s:-.'"$ all standards of tire life and safety!
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And for the first time yot'll see 'Total Tread Depth" Safety
n renewable at each level of wear, without recapping or any-
thing of the sort.
Maty OffW Tilings fovf $w Bw Know
An4 r1 .ind know the New Protected Sidewalkstbeir strength
sv. baauty shieided and guarded from curb scuff and abrasion.
Tew w a pI Now Hyton Lifs tvtosi, rh nw loyal fci
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UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY
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ROYAL QUALITY!
WHY RISK YOUR NECK ON
INTERIOR TIRES?
EASY CREDIT
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