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

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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
DLUME 24Number 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Ben Gurion Forms New Cabinet; Lists
Nine Mapai, Four Religionist Members
.T.R'"SALEM (JTA)Premier
ravid Ben Gurion Monday pre-
to the Israel Parliament
f list of his newly-formed 13-
member cabinet, composed of
nine niemb*-s of the Mapai Party
ana four members of religious
jroups.
The members of the new cab-
inet are: Mr. Ben Gurion, Pre-
mier and Defense Minister;
Eliezer Kaplan, Finance Min-
ister; Golda Myerson, Minister
cf Labor, Behar Shitreet, Min-
ister of Internal Security; Levi
Eshkol. Minister of Agriculture
and Development; Dr. Peretz
ili, Minister without port-
folio to handle Economic Co-
ordination; Prof. Ben Zion Dina-
Iburg. Minister of Education and
[Culture. Dr. Dov Joseph will
hold the portfolios of Trade and
I Industry and of Justice. These
nine ministers are members of
U Mapai Party.
The members of the cabinet
(representing the religious groups
Moshe Shapiro, Minister of
1 Interior and Minister for Relig-
[Jcus Affairs; David Pinkas, Min-
lister of Communications; Rabbi
M. Lewin, Minister for Social
I Welfare; and. Dr. Joseph Burg.
|Ktulth Minister.
During a 40-minute address in
which he presented the list of
ministers and outlined his new
i government's policy, Mr. Ben
I Gurion said that the government
Aould strive to increase output
in both the agricultural and in-
[dustrial fields to assure the pop-
ulation adequate supplies of all
scrts of products. He also prom-
ised to improve the efficiency of
i government apparatus.
The Premier announced that
I parties in the coalition had
Bgn ed to accept collective re-
ibility for the government's
: lines, and pledged equal rights
':i the question of wages and
nrployment to the Arab popu-
Touching on his govern-
ors foreign policy, he reiter-
; ltd one of its basic foundations
willingness to sign peace treat-
ies with the neighboring Arab
s:;.tes.
T::e debate was begun by the
central Zionist leader, Dr. Peretz
Bernstein, who assailed the Ma-
pai's refusal to give his party
too economic posts in the gov-
ernment and announced that the
centrists would vote against the
government. A similar announce-
ment was made by Mapam lead-
er Meir Yaari who assailed the
Premier's party for abandoning
its pledge of attempting to
achieve "Socialism in our times"
by the formation of a govern-
ment with the religious parties.
The Ministers who left the
Cabinet were Mapai leader Pin-
has Lavon, who gave up the Min-
istry of Agriculture, Mizrachi
leader Rabbi Judah L. Maimon,
who formerly held the post of
Minister of Religion, and Dr.
Pinhas Rosen, leader of the Pro-
gressives, who gave up the Min-
istry of Justice.
Jewish Agency Prompts
Cicero's Riot Inquiry
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
-wtnty-four hours after a public
appeal bv a major Jewish defense
( -ordinating agency, the U.S. At-
ti mi y-General's office in Wash-
:gton announced late last week
jhat a Federal Grand Jury would
investigate the race riots which
' ok Cicero, 111., last July.
rhe appeal that a Federal
Grand Jury probe the case was
iade to Attorney General J.
Howard McGrath by the National
C< mmunity Relations Advisory
-' until. Earlier appeals to Mc-
Grath by labor and civic organ-
nations for a probate had failed
' produce any results.
McGarth made the announce-
" Chicago Council against Racial
;nd Religious Discrimination. The
nots at Cicero broke out when
Harvey Clark, Jr. a Negro, and
; family tried to move into an
partment they had rented in the
v-hu.iKo suburb.
Charges have been made that
'' noting took on anti-Semitic
overtones but the CRAC appeal
*'M based solely on the grounds
' violation of Clark's civil rights.
A mob of 2,000 wrecked the
'partment building.
Veterans Honor Tucker
"FFALO (AJP)The Jewish
\ i terans this week present-
ti feophie Tucker with the title
<" Woman of the Year," an hon-
g won by Mrs. Franklin D.
Htosevelt last year.
Presentation of an award to
we lamed Jewish entertainer was
i^ade at a hotel reception here.
Henlock Chances
For Bench Dim
WASHINGTON (AJP) The
chances of Miss Frieda B. Hen-
nock becoming the first Jewish
judge on the federal bench in
New York appeared dim last
week.
Miss Hennock, first Jewish
woman to hold the position of a
member of the Federal Communi-
cations Commission, was nomin-
ated for the judiciary post by
President Truman. The nomina-
tion was promptly opposed by
her associations in New York.
It was reported here that if
Miss Hennock does not ask Presi-
dent Truman to withdraw her
namedand the Chief Executive
recently told a press conference
that he would stand by the
woman FCC member despite the
increasing oppositionthe Sen-
ate Judiciary Committee will pig-
eon-hole the nomination.
Israel Distributes
New Portfolio**
JERULSALEM (JTA) The |
I Jewish Agency for Israel has an-1
nounced the distribution of port-
folios among the members of its i
executive in Jerusalem.
Berl Locker, who shares the
chairmanship of the executive
with Dr. Nahum Goldmann of j
New York, will also be head of '
the Public Relations Department.
Levi Eshkol was named treasurer
and head of the Agricultural and
Settlement Department. His dep-
uty treasurer, Moshe Kol, will
also head the Youth Immigration
Department.
George Josephthal and Y. Bra-
ginsky were named joint heads
of the Absorption Department,
while Hayim Greenberg of New
York will be in charge of educa-
tion outside Israel and Rabbi
Zeev Gold, will be resonsible for
religious education in countries
outside Israel. Eliahu Dobkin will
head the Youth and Pioneering
Department as well as the Ad-
ministrative Section; Zvi Herman
will be in charge of the Organiza-
tion Department; Yitzhak Rap-
hael will be in charge of the Im-
migration Department; and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann of New York
will head the Economic Depart-
ment.
Dr. Locker and Dr. Goldmann
were also named joint presidents
of the Kerene Hayesod, the Ag-
ency's fiscal arm and Dobkin
Herman and Dr. A. Hantke were
named to the Keren Yayesod's
executive committee.
Auerbock Trial To Be
Temporarily Postponed
HAMBURG (JTA)The trial
of Dr. Philip Auerbach, deposed
head of the Bavarian Restitution
Office on charges of fraud in
connection with his official du-
ies, has been postponed for sev-
eral more weeks, it was reported
here last week.
Bonds For Israel Launches Fall
Campaign, Door-To-Door Canvass
Launching the fall campaign
for the State of Israel Bonds,
more than 300 volunteer salesmen
will begin a door-to-door canvass
next week of the Greater Miami
area, following a kickoff break-
fast of the Council of Organiza-
tions held at the Royal Palm
Hotel last Sunday morning.
An enthusiastic gathering of
presidents and bond chairmen
from 33 Jewish organizations in
Greater Miami endorsed the na-
tional slogan of "An Israel Bond
Holder in Every Jewish Family,"
adopted at the recent National
Economic Conference for Israel
in Washington, D.C.
The meeting heard encourag-
ing reports on Israel's progress
from Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
Mrs. Louis Glasser, just returned
from that country, but were cau-
tioned that "continued open im-
migration of Jews daily presents
new economic problems to the
young state." Both reported that
thousands of new immigrants
were anxious to go to work and
become fully self-supporting, but
that investment capital is urg-
ently needed to provide new jobs
both agricultural and industrial.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and
Mrs. Sybil Weitz reported on
the national econbmic confer-
ence. Mrs. Myers revealed some
of the techniques used in bond
selling in other cities, and Mrs.
Weitz said that Greater Miami
is the only community in the
country in which the women's
division has sold more bonds
than the men, to date.
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
of the Greater Miami Committee
for Bonds of Israel Government,
called on all workers present to
"redouble their efforts to obtain
immediate cash for Israel. Her
economic situation has reached
the critical stage, and only con-
tinued fast flow of receipts from
the Independence Issue will al-
low Israel to maintain her pres-
ent rapid absorption of immr-
grants."
A Florida State-wide Econom-
ic Conference for Israel, featur-
ing several nationally and inter-
nationally-known speakers, will
be held in Miami Beach on No-
vember 24 and 25, under the
auspices of the American Finan-
cial and Development Corpora-
tion for Israel, it was announced
by Milton S. Malakoff, area man-
ager.
In distributing kits to the vol-
unteer bond salesmen, Malakoff
enunciated the following eight-
point program which every or-
ganization is being asked to a-
dopt:
1Appoint an Israel bond chair-
man.
2Mobilize as many members
as possible to serve as bond
salesmen.
3Submit membership lists to
Bonds of Israel Office for
checking of purchases by
members.
4DeTOte entire meeting ex
clusirely to Bonds of Israel.
5Arrange for showing of film.
Wanderers Return, to entire
membership.
6Purchase Israel Bond in
name of organisation from
treasury.
7Make every member family
an Israel Bond holder.
8Name official delegates to
Florida Stare-wide Economic
Conference. .
A giant Israel Bond show has
been scheduled for the Miami
Beach Auditorium on February
17, which will feature "the great-
est collection of talent ever seen
in Florida," Malakoff said.
Next meeting of the Council
of Organizations, which will re-
port on progress of the door-to-
door phase of the campaign, will
be held in the Royal Palm Hotel,
1545 Collins Avenue, Sunday, Oc-
tober 21st.
United Palestine Appeal Calls For
National Conference November 3
NEW YORKA National Con- __, ,. ., .
ference for Israel to plan the re- 2 The question of distribution
organization of the United Pales- of UpA funds and new proced-
tine ApDeal and other Zionist > ures t0 be followed,
fund-raising agencies on the 3- Tne pressing problem of the
American scene has been called "danger and deadline" immi-
by the United Palestsine Appeal grants who must be resettled as
for November 3rd and 4th at the quickly as possible.
Shoreham Hotel, Washington, 4- Tne desperate food situation
D.C, Rudolf G. Sonneborn, Unit- iln. Israel.
ed Palestine Appeal national i He stressed that decisions
chairman announced this week, t made at ,he conference will have
sraaw-vans iF^_*BS__8?
Sato as represenmives to the SfTirPA S,'? h.ETSS.
was also announcedI thaAbra stituent aeency of the nationwide
h? cV,v Zi i .? United Jewish Appeal. Leading
LouisV^rand^rDistri t ^ American and Israel Jewish lead
Washington, D.C. and prominent I"* ^Jf^"^^^^*1
businessman, has been named to ,an? Clv\c. f,gures' are to. Pfrtic -
head a Joint Sponsors' Commit- E?teJ"^e conference which will
tee, comprised of community fiZ^SpL&LI^JS* J2?
SrftS SSSS pawaSiM;
conference.
"With the World Zionist Con-
gress decisions as the general;
framework," Mr. Kay said. "It is
imperative that Jews of this
country help implement a general
reorganization of fund-raising ef-
forts here in behalf of Israel. The I linking the mainland at 123rd
UPA's National Conference j Street with Miami Beach through
should serve as the focal point ] Bay Harbor Island will be for-
and the basic source of the blue- mally dedicated on Sunday after-
print for reorganization." I noon at 2 p.m.
Mr. Sonnoborn, describing the j Mayor Broad of Bay Harbor,
parley^ as a "conference at the who together with his wife
crossroads," said the main items "built the town from bay bot-
on the agenda would include: I torn," will start the ceremonies
1. The UPA reorganization in with a procession to the Bascule
accordance with decisions taken bridge led by the Miami Beach
recently at the world Zionist High School band and by town
Conference. officials. The bridge will be of-
------------------------------------------------ ficially lowered for the first time,
______ __ and the parade will then continue
KKK Attempts TO to the causeway island
Preceding the ribbon-cutting,
in which Mayor Broad, Mayor R.
L. McBane and Mayor-elect J. E.
Ludick of North Miami are
scheduled to participate, will be
short addresses by Mayor Broad
Following attempts at destroy- and""gh Peters chairman of the
ing several synagogues in the Dade Counuty Commission. One
Greater Miami area, the police ?{ ,n* highll*ht* of the ceremon-
bombing squad has struck to {fs will be a floUlla of fifty power
smash the city's most recent ter- boats .rom the north bay terri-
roristic wave. i J?ry "^er the supervision of
, i Colonel Graham F. Hutchinson
A previous June attempt to ho is cnairman of the Dade.
blow up Tifereth Israel Center. Broward improvement Associa-
tion in the process of construe- tion and chairman of the Dade
Broad Causeway
Opens On Sunday
The Shepard Broad Causeway.
Bomb Two Miami
Synagogues
ereth Israel's last overt threat
came a week ago when a KKK
sign was found on its premises
warning Jews and Negroes to
bour. North Miami, and Miami
will be skippers in the decorated
flotilla.
Inovation will be given by
recall the Jewish fate in Nazi Rabbi Leon Kronish of Templ
; Germany. The sign was written
j in German.
Three telephone threats to
complete the destructive job be-
! gun in June have been received
; by Center authorities since the
i sign's posting. The last, made
' in a 10:30 p.m. phone call to
j vice president Harold Robin on
j Yom Kippur night, warned in
j guttural tones that later attempts
i would be successful even "if we
, have to use an airplane."
Meanwhile, four persons were
' arrested and held for question-
ing by Miami police as a result
of an early Tuesday morning ef-
' fort to demolish Temple Israel,
137 N.E. 19th Street. Two sticks
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach;
Msgr. George Rockett, V.G., of St.
Joseph's Church, Miami Beach;
and Rev. John Lawrence Yenches
of The Church-By-The-Sea, Bal
Harbour.
Work on the causeway began
July 22, 1950. with the Alleg-
! heny Asphalt & Paving Company
of Pittsburgh as general con-
tractors. Besidess serving to alle-
viate the increasing traffic con-
gestion in South Florida during
the tourist seasons, the cause-
way will open up new residential
areas, recreational and shopping
centers for both sides of the bay
and will provide a more direct
route to Haulover Beach Park
; of dynamite, found by four boys for residents of tthe mainland.
Much of the success of its con-
who doused them in a water-
the
.! the efforts of Town Manager J.
tne Miramar School, failed to: Harhnr
detonate due to a faulty fuse M-Lelcrmk and Ba> Harbor
connection and gave police of- J^ds Councilmen Da^vid M
ficers the feeling that the at- AbeL David Ackerman Sam
tempt was made bv amateur, gol Joseph J^jtaite.1 E.
Detective H. J. Smith said tne:Garris jov,-n Engineer, who de-
dynamite was 60 per cent high signed the causeway,
explosive, double or triple the i Dedication ceremonies will be-
strength of that used in other ; gin on the east side of the span,
recent efforts The would be ggg "W begn ^.rnn^
vandals scrawled a KKK sign on DU, tne j5_cent toll charge will
Temple Israel's door in red let- not go into effect until late in
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FRIDAY, OCTORm
12. 1951
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Delrav Bigot rv
BqMMi By \DLL
An article axpadng intrenched
ati-S n in Delrav Beach.
Fl b featured jn the Sep-
ten of the national ADL
Bulletin, it has been announced
by Gilbert J Balkin. Director of
's Florida Regional
Office.
ten by Bert Collier, widely
-.i Herald Reporter,
that Delrav
Beach, located fifty miles North
"has developed a com-
munity policy of anti-Serr.it ism
- taken deep root among
men. civic leaders and
ordinary citizens,*'
Documentary evidence of tht
nation and bigotry exist-
ing in Delrav Beach is furnished
in the article.
Rabbi Mescheloff Talks
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MIAMI'S
Exclusive
STEINWAY
Metropolitan Division
Evaluates CJA Activities
A gathering of approximately
seventy-five workers and key
people of the Metropolitan Divis-
ion o: the United Jewish Appeal,
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, met last
. a: Ml Sinai
n evaluation tneet-
A i in which
I i eat ..p took part.
: .:r.:: \ .-.r.i
Divis-
campaign,
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Greater Mian Federa-
n addressed the gathering.
This was i tii
ilitan D:-
24 Candidate To
Hun At I'rimarit^
Three Miami City Commission
openings will find twenty-four
candidates seeking to fill them at
tu November 30th primary elec-
tn Six candidates qualified on '
ttja closing day last Saturday.
Tht complete list of candidates
includes: Frank Gabor. Peter'
Niles. Laurer.ce B. Rohan. Jr.. A.'
C Dressier. James W. High. H
Leslie Quigg. Jack Horsley. Lula
B. McLendon. William P Davis.
Cr.elsie J Senerchia. John Lake.
Joe J Mason. William W.
Charles. George W. Fader. Louie
Bandel. Robert H. Givens. Jr..
John A. Diaz. John L. Manny
and Mrs Butler.
November 20th primaries will
reduce the candidate listing to
>.\ Baal contestants, three of
whom will be chosen :o fill the
n openings at the run-
::' K vember 27th election.
Presenting a $2,500 State of Israel Bond to Temple Bath'
Sholom is Samuel Beckerraan. left rice president of the Miami
Beach Literal Congregation Watching with inlereest as Rabbi
Leon Kronish receives lha bond are Abraham Zinnamon l.ft
treasurer, and Shepard Broad, president of Temple Beth Sholom'
Beckerrnan made the purchase following an appeal durinq his
Rosh Hashonah itormon by Rabbi Kronish.
Gables Center Presents Play: Three's A Family
JeSr cUer^Th^er ^ g^ "-<" of '
Bob Brenner, has announced his s,ner- a veteran of the thea-
coming presentation of Three's A teT- having launched r. acting
Family, a comedy in three acts. career at the age of IS .-. New
Brenner, who directed the York City.
Southwest Civic League
It and
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Syrian
Lebanon Club on S
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need,
rmar | affair Max
'.ill be assisted l
roard of directors.
Representative Kne^th Israel
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1951
*-Mwistinoric/iar
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
More than three years have passed since the Jew-
h State has emerged. The lyrical joy has not yet
ubsided: the miracle of Israel's rebirth looms great-
er than ever. Large sums are still donated; larger
urns will be invested in Israel's Government Bonds
ind private securities. There is, however, much
sneculaiion and conjecture as to what will become
of the organized Zionist movement.
BEN GURION S WISHES
The simplest solution is offered by Ben Gurion:
Liauid^te American Zionism and replace the Z.O.A.
with the Friends of Israel. This means an organiza-
tion without ideology or credo. Jews of all shades
,,i belief or unbelief, and even Christians, can join
such a society without sacrifice to principle, to faith,
} loyalty, to conscience, to patriotism. Then with
the bar sinister of "Zionist double loyalty" removed,
i Prime Minister envisions a United Jewry back-
i, g to the hilt the industrial and agriculture upsurge
ol Israel.
We wonder whether Ben Gurion really believes
that organized Zionism can be scrapped without ma-
terial damage to the economic and political welfare
of his state. Is it possible that with all his astute-
ness, the Premier fails to recognize the vital forces
behind the U.J.A.? In Miami, the bond drive has
been going 0n for over 5 months. Any one who wish-
es can easily ascertain that the Bonds disposed of
by the B'nai B'rith, the National Council of Jewish
Women, or even the Synagogues would hardly pay
the cost of operating Mr. Malakoff's office in the
Congress Building. It is the Zionists, male and fe-
male, who are responsible for 95% of the $700,000
Israel Bonds sold to date in the Miami area. The
same ratio no doubt holds true for the rest of the
country.
SILVER'S AMBITIONS
We must therefore assume that Ben Gurion was
incensed at the demands made upon Israel by the
recent Convention of American Zionists held in At-
lantic City. The flamboyant oratory of Abba Hillel
stampeded the bulk of the delegates into voting for
resolutions that are unfair as they are unwise. No
sovereign state would ever delegate so important
iwer as supervision of immigration to any for-
eign agency. And any institution, regardless of its
l; n id Intentions, is a foreign body to any state un-
less < omposed of its own nationals.
The Dilemma Confronting Zionism
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
No fair minded Zionist, unless misled by the
sophistries of an Emanuel Newman, would ever
dream of demanding special status in Israel, or a
charter for any Zionist organized body. A charter
is usually a bill of rights wrested from a hostile un-
willing power. Theodor Herzl wanted a charter from
the Sultan of Turkey. The Balfour Declaration was
another charter that caused plenty of aggravation
despite the benefits it brought, the true Zionist,
without ulterior motives, is thrilled at the1 prospect
of assisting the growth and well being of Medinat
Israel. He desires no ingratiating tributes for his
contribution. He is sufficiently compensated with
the glowing assurance that a strong, self-supporting
Jewish commonwealth stands ready to welcome the
dispersed and persecuted desiring the return to
their ancestral home.
ZIONIST ALTRUISM
The World Zionist Congress meeting at Jerusalem
last August ignored the Z.O.A. resolutions, and re-
jected the demands of Drs. Silver and Newman.
Both of these gentlemen found it necessary to resign
several years ago from the Jewish agency. These
leaders, despite their great contribution to estab-
lishing the Jewish State, seem to ne consumed with
selfish ambitions. But what explains the readiness
of a Zionist convention to underwrite their bizarre
demands? The rank and tile or American Zionism
are hardly interested in prying loose from the Knes-
set special privileges or a favored status. The voice
of the multitude being the voice of Divinity is the
essence of Democracy. Possibly some intuitive feel-
ing, some inarticulate fears warned them to erect
a bulwark about Zionism lest it be smashed by the
hammer blows of Ben Gurion and Golda Myerson.
INTUITIVE REACTIONS
The subconscious tears have their base in deep
roots grounded in the past; yet their stumps are
still visible. On closer inspection the stump some-
times becomes a stout German oak, with Nazi
branches, leaves, and acorns. This demonstrates
that the instincts of a people are often sounder than
the eloquence of its leaders. The people recognized
the significance of Zionism, missed by professors,
financiers, and even rabbis. "Zionism," proclaimed
the Basle Program, "aims at a legally assured pub-
licly secured home in Palestine." If that is all that
Zionism entails then its objective has been attained.
The rest is confined to generous contributions and
liberal bond purchasing.
ZIONISM'S DEEPER MEANING
But what is the crux of Zionism? Setting up the
Jewish state was, of course, worth all the blood,
sweat, and tears of half a century. Yet should the
release of so much mental, physical, and spiritual
er.ergy be content with the creation of a small Lev-
antine state? Another Jordan or Lebanon? The
deepest instincts of the Jewish people cry out for a
termination of the Galui. the 2000 status in which
hardly a year passed without a persecution going
on somewhere in the world. In all this time, Zion-
ism was the best organized, though not the most poig-
nant, protest against Jewish insecurity. Will two,
three, or even tour million Jews in Israel be the
final solution to anti-Semitism, the most baffling
neurosis in history?
COMMON SENSE
The Silver-Newman demands for charter, status,
privileges, and interference were rightly rejected by
Israel and the World Zionist Congress. But the Ben
Gurion desire to liquidate American Zionism is
equally absurd. The delegates to Atlantic City show-
ed confused thinking in voting for the Abba Hillel
Silver power politic resolutions. Yet they were right
in their intuitions about maintaining the integrity
of ths Z.O.A. Instincts are often better felt than
expressed. Organized Zionism still has a gigantic
task m helping Israel attain a sound political and
economic foundation.
THE NEXT PHASE
But a strong, prosperous Israel is no insurance
against the waves of bigotry, hate, or violence that
beat periodically against the houses built upon Dia-
spora sands. To meet such contingencies Israel must
expand. But not by conquests across her border.
The ethics and experience of Judaism must forbid
such moral infringements. In the great world there
surely are territories that might be peacefully ac-
quired. Colonies can be mutually beneficial if law-
fully obtained and equitably administered. Amer-
ican Jewry may yet be called upon to purchase lands
for an expanded Israel. Thi6 would be following a
good precedent. For the U.S.A. owes her greatness
to the purchase of Florida, Alaska, and the vast ter-
ritory west of the Mississippi.
Gurss Passes Away
Wife, Daughter Return
Mr. Samuel Gurss passed away
suddenly in Cleveland, Ohio, last
September 29th. He resided at
561 N.E. 68th Street. Miami, and
was vacationing with his wife
in Avon Lake at the time of his
death.
Mrs. Gurss will return to the
city with her daughter, Alice
Bergeron, immediately following
the High Holy Days. While cn-
route, they will stop briefly at
Martinsville, Indiana.
Joint Sukkoth Celebration
The Farband Ben Gurion
Branch of Miami and the Pion-
eer Women, Golda Myerson Club
of Miami, will hold a joint Suk-
koth celebration next Thursday
evening, October 18th, at the
Congregation Beth El, 500 S.W.
17th Avenue.
B. Meltzer and Clara Langsner
(will render recitations, and Sonia
Gerbert will read. Paul Mill-
stone is scheduled to perform on
the piano and solovox. B. Mor-
rison is chairman of the evening.
1'eqgo Cromer SCHOOL OF DANCING
.Announces Fall Term
CLASSES IN BALLET, TOE.
VARIATIONS, CHARACTER
Graded Classes for Baby Ballerinas. Beginners,
Intermediate and Advanced Students
Now Address: 1947 W. FLAGLER ST.
Republican Hdq. Building
Limited Enrollment
Interviews by Appointment
Phone 83-2725
QUIG6
WILL
GET IT
DONE/
H.ieSUtQW96 .
fa Miami C&CmmiMieHet
Billboards Depict
Democratic ideas
Unity billboards depicting the
ideals of American democracy
have been posted at prominent
Greater Miami locations in wel-
come to the American Legion
National Convention.
Bearing the imprint of the
Americanism Committee, Depart-
ment of Florida, American Leg-
ion, the billboards are located at
700 Biscayne Boulevard, on S.W.
8th Street between 56th and 57th
Avenues, on N.W. 27th Avenue
between 60th and 61st Street
and on the West side of U.S.
Highway No. 1, south of the Hal-
landale Road.
Several thousand blotters on
the same human relations theme
are being distributed to arriving
Legionnaires and friends through
the Miami Beach Hotel Asso-
ciation, of which Sam Kaplan
is executive director.
Arrangements for the billboard
and blotter program were made
by Dr. Maurice Klein, Chairman
of the Americanism Committee.
Brandeis Group Partys
Mrs. Moe PlctUin, chairman |
and Mrs. Ann Sacharoff, co-chair- i
man, are in charge of the Holo-
ween Card Party to be given by i
the Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199. ;
Free Sons of Israel, at the
Blackstone Hotel on Sunday eve-
ning, October 28th. Proceeds of
this affair will go to Celebral
Palsey.
Obituaries
HKNRY JACOBS
is. r.ni nth Street, .Miami Beach,
passed away tills week as a result
of an automobile accident. He is
.survived by his wife. Charlotte, two
brothers and three sister*. Services
were eondlloted m the Miami Beactl
Riverside; Interment followed In Glac-
ier Memorial Park.
Rubber Stamp Men Seen
An end to "rubber stsamp" city
managers was pledged this week
in campaign speeches by John
Red Lake, candidate for city com-
mission.
"The reason Miami keeps get-
ting new city managers," Lake
said, "is that the city commis-
sioners up to now have made his
office the focus of political pres-
sure for things they want him to
do, regardless of the public
good."___________._____________
Candidates Vie
For Trustee Posts
Nine candidates qualified last
weekend as contestants for the
school trustee election to be held
on November 6th. The three per-
sons receiving the highest num-
ber of votes will be appointed to
the school posts.
Petitions for candidacy have
been received thus far from E.
L. Allsworth. Max Singer. Mrs.
Arthur Camfieid and Carroll
Shaw, all from District No. 1.
Jalin Mobley and Robert F. Ritley
have qualified from District No.
2, and W. R. Bird and Mrs. Leon-
ard Abess, from Districts No. 4
and 5, respectively.
The three-man board of school
trustees nominates all of Dade
County's public school person-
nel. They also supervise the use
of public school buildings.
!> 11 PROPP
:."., of T489 Byron Arenue, passed
away October Srd. A Cornier resident
nf Chicago, Mr. Propp leaves his wile,
Miriam; one son, Robert: One
Ml Nathaniel B Services wen
held at Miami Hi i h Riverside, con-
ed bj Dr. Jo 'I'll Nar.'l.
\ \TII.\ N SMITH
. |, m( |9M Collins \\- n le, passi I
nwaj on th. :; -\ Pbi merlj Mr-
; it,-, ,\ I Ml. .sii Ith '' ~ '
.,., fll| i :! ives his
i four children, Bd-
, I OU tld U<
Klieii. PI n mains wi re m
Philadelphia for service and Inter-
l>j Miami Beai h Rivera! le.
SAMIKI. BUDLOW
in:. I'ennsyh iinla Avenue,
, ,i awaj "ii < '. i m!i A hotel
M Budlot
I ... f: ..m Baltimore, and
;. vi his \- ii. y 'i ih. ,i son Alhi i:.
a daughter, Mrs. Bdnn Doi
three brother*, Nathan. Meyer and
also two sisi.-i-. Mrs Sylvia
Wllner ami Mrs. Zelda G.....>ed, both
.,f BaRlmore. Services were con-
ducted ai the Miami Beach Riverside
B i,i.: .] oepti i; Rai ki raky; In-
termenl followed in Mt. Slnal Cam-
.iii.'
(PolltclaJ advertisement paid for by friends of H. Leslie Quigg)
JOSEPH TDTTKI.Ii.M'M
so, of nil" Euclid Avenue, who came
rears into from New >.nk.
.,.,.....i awai October 7th. He leaves
ins wife, Emma, ami tin-.....uuurtiters
in New York where the remains were
.., ,,i bj Miami Beach Klverslde t.o
services and Interment.____________
Z\ gust BROS RVi
** Is th. Ill St '
GMAR CHASIMA TOVA
~2. ntvfin "s-
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-wide Kashruth
Association of Greater Miami
An Affiliate Agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE JEWISH PUBLIC TO START
THE YEAR RIGHT
1. And buy only in places where they have the sign of
the GMVH "'-- and its affiliated organizations
displayed;
2. And not to be misled by words such as "Kosher,"
"Strictly Koshvr," 'Frishe Flaish." or insignias such
as the MOgen David, or a six-pointed star, etc.:
3. And not to obtain chickens from any live poultry
market where lhe Schochet does not affix the ring of
the n ." GMVH as this is the only proof that
this Schochet is endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruih;
4. And not to buy chickens in poultry markets unless lhe
chickens are freshly killed because otherwise they
might be Over Zman 'past dual;
5. AND TO REMEMBER THAT BUTCHERS WHO
MIGHT PREVIOUSLY HAVE ADVERTISED AS
KOSHER MAY HAVE THEIR SIGNS WITHDRAWN
DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES IN THEIR MARKETS
AND THEREFORE THE BUYING PUBLIC MUST
VISIT THE BUTCHER STORES FROM TIME TO
TIME TO MAKE SURE THAT THE SIGN IS STILL
DISPLAYED.
For other information in the Field of Kaihruth, see our Direc-
tor Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky at 945 Michigan Avenua.
Miami Beach, or call at 5-3595.
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. HY SOOTIN, Sec'y
S. LOBEL. Treas.
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director


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FHTDAY. OCTOBER tf. i
951
EDITORIAL
A Tall For Order
Jews in Miami hare beers given c taste r:
Medieval Inquis::cr.al technique They have zzd
brought to their doorstep warnings or corning
destructtcr. cr.d have had sharply pointed up to
them th* rart that they are hyphenated Ameri-
cans at best intruders who will be punished for
trespcssmc at worst. The recent SKK threats
rr.cde cr. Syr.cccauee cmd Houses of Worship
... this area rr.r.; hark the stench ct ar.cien:
compulsive acncrxs brcucht ::;.-- us by those
who torced us :c crsr.c-wledre what was a.
They also serve as reminders ct contemporary
Nac atrocity and wash rrc us fellmcs c: com-
placency or dtsuverest
The >:;>: denies cry rcnnecucn with
bombing r:~r; but ;:r. the denials r: hell.-
::".- re taker: with create: ccnstde:r_cr. than
en sakea the torrure w: reck" I: .= r.r:
.::. cry :.: ;::.:.;: -err. ut hcrrcr ct at
she lie: re: .s it encch :c rsruse to relieve that
such c thina, car. happen ..-. buz enlightened
xaccy T.srecrrd tc: what we pccularlv
"a_ masfituaocaJ rights abound everywhere
art he ere The wcalmc wall crate re
d c r.r: es"cr..s.-. the S:c:e r: Israel Scrulcriv
tucs r pr.r.nple c: c rim .i.srr..ssr. ct th.s .:;
a with the xnaOm-CTj r: ;:-::;:.:; will -:
eradscate tuilsm trttwrnpti oa :;e same ami en
Hm threat ;: hnrrhing :er:eser.-j r threat
_ r.r- at present pay heed r the lOZrT s
=rj :: rnwrwn We BOH --Jar- ;_- r:;
":~" : Lw Lt:::?ar: Tmre: ;
t*cse :: ;.-::; bespeaks me
' "'- be :x ?: r_ aar ::;_rr
NEWSPAPER WEEK 1951
:es as -ve_ =e Scecccr :::;: _aus
way j s_ra a rar.-y w:
::; K racer Islands In -
serve as r mat- e r the m
icncr tc
nd also
art are: wrrm ;t
Hearer smre j m rep re a c man ct v_srrr
He aces pr.oe at the :rr tarn re bud: ms town
rent the revs rccocr. New he has rrcu:
The Inj-atherinj*
SuldtoUx the joyous testrrol of the -nqrh-n^
of the fruit bos special significance fa-'-7^2
pie of IsraeL For tbey are today h=-lP*>'
gather the sweet fruits of their lace: 1"~~^J
faces and suffering of the past deccd^T" *
Only now is Israel enteratc :~n tie"-.*,-o
of an era of strength and securityno: -ere!
military strength or polibcal secur.-.- -u- ^'"'
omkre strength and self-reliance as we ju
clearest indication of this is the tar ft!
State of Israel has undertaken to oner :ts "ssnr
300.003 Independence Bond Issue to the .L-^.
pubhc and is underwrihrjg this loan with its bS
income.
This call for American inTestment j aot o
step lightly taken. It is based on hard-reeded
calculation ot the immense benefits mat wiUae-
CTue to Israel from large-scale icvestmer.- NOW
omd the increased capacity that the re.-; Issue
will give Israel to meet its foreian obLcr-_ms end
to grow sufficiently to absorb 600.000 "---..crccti
m the next three years.
Israel's pioneers toiled long and coureagecui-
ly against difficult nheirs:lei to buiir the c?
State. Her hghters were unafraid as the-.- ia^j
overwheimmg odds. Her new cmzens rxavjd
untold ncrdsnip and danger to reach tees aes
homeland And today Israel is bea^.r.ing
"90ws the frur:" for which her people haii
prayed.
These cze the factors that have crea-ed wid|
response tc the Stale or Israel Bond Iss.e Tcesj
are the reasons that meat numbers :: .-..-=: rms
Jewish and ncn-Tewish have -urchcse-i >;=
Bonds.
Fcr the people c: Israel plan tic* r.r_- led
shall be more than a small state, atrrrtr.e ;!
l'*cv* reirinc :.- :re r
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prececented m the endre Midi.e Zzs-
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par. o the world sc : :-_nr r :.:* pct-
tem cr hberr.- and demrcrrrv Isrre i ;::.:.:
s*aun:
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mena cur pecple mcie us rurr. _-e:- ;_r..- ::
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waaaaer o< hv Ptacm frosa Den-
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aad hageL rmtV: aaeatSssi Saaa-
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BtHh Dorid Sakkah
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tratg gasps aad the tax* as rape
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HttDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1951
Academy Women
Welcome Snhhoth
The Hebrew Academy Women
w-j|| open this year's activities
with a Sukkoth gathering at 8:30
p.m. on Thursday, October 18, at
the Academy auditorium, Mrs.
Samuel Cohen, president, an-
nounced. Rabbi David Shapiro,
formerly of Madison Wisconsin,
now a resident of Miami Beach,
will speak on: Jewish Education
Means Survival. Rabbi Shapiro
was director of the American-
Jewish Congress in Chicago be-
tween 1944-1947. He was presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of Madison, and served as chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
for the state of Wisconsin for
the past five years. Jewish Holi-
day musical selections will also
+Jewish ftnrklSn
Beth Sholom Holds
Rhyme Quiz Affair
A College of Jewish Knowl-
edge Quiz Program in Rhyme
will feature the first regular op-
en meeting of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach next Wednesday at 1 p.m.
in the Temple's Banquet Hall,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Saul Herman, president.
Mrs. Leon Kronish, program
chairman for the year, has pre-
pa,r,ed, ,tnis Quiz Rhyme which
will delve into Jewish lore and
literature.
Mrs. Irving Marcus, Hospital-
ity Chairman, will be in charge
of refreshments. The meeting is
open to all Sisterhood members
and their friends.
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Charming Takes Course
Jules P. Char.ning, Miami
Beach consulting structural engi-
neer, will attend Oklahoma A. &
M. College for a one week in-
tensive training course in all
practical phases of civil defense
under authorization of the Fed-
eral civil defense administra-
tion. The course will run from
October 15th through 20th and
will be attended by representa-
tives from all states and posses-
sions of the United States.
Channing is chairman of the
| engineering division of the Dade
: County Civil Defenses Council
and is president of the Miami
Chapter of the National Society
of Professional Engineers.
Rabbi David Shapiro
rendered by The Hebrew
kademy choir under the direc-
in of Mr. Joshua Stadlan, ac-
nied by Mr. Joseph Schr-
f: man at the piano.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, program
I uar. announced that a spec-
lure of the evening will
an Israeli holiday dance call-
the Drawing Of The Water,
ged by Miss Edna Sachs,
.tics director of the Acad-
f- Children participating in
he dance will be: Bertha Hoch-
tan, Phyllis Katz, Carol Silver-
f Mora Glasser, Dorothy
sanes, Eileen Nussbaum, Rose
an, Carol Nowak and Adina
jtadlan.
Hostesses for the evening are:
ffrs Sidney Rubinowitz, Mrs.
-cph Rakovsky, Mrs. I. Spolter,
rs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs.
.ewis M. Escott. Mrs. Jesse Now-
Mrs. Irwin Rubinstein, Mrs.
I- uis Makovsky and Mrs. D.
pedlin.
Ii\ oils Runs For
ity Commission
Robert H. Givens, Jr., the Mi-
Imi attorney who has been titled
[crime foe" and "racket foe" by
P local press, has announced
pis candidacy in the race for Mi-
f:ri City Commission.
Prominent throughout his ca-
reer as a strong advocate of law
IMorcement, Givens won wide-
spread attention as the chairman
P. the Dade County Bar Asso-
[lation group that recommended
ne formation of the Crime Com-
mission of Greater Miami, and
Main as special counsel to the
vade County Jury that indicted
|ome 50 gamblers, several deputy
pruts and sheriff Jimmie Sulli-
van.
I In launching his fight for the
f"' l'mmission post, Givens is-
I ..2k e fo,1wing statement:
l ln'le are many vexing prob-
ems facing the next City Com-
nh'on ?f the Ci'y of Miamj.
Cn.,um c]earance, establish-
h,r m new res'<*ential districts
pr Negroes in outlying areas, re-
nova] of the FEC railroad sta-
K'.!f-wa8e disPsal and traffic
r,,"gestion.
'I shall publish a platform of
ilo*P0S,!!0n on these various is-
l^fi a- ,he next few days and I
I--..11 discuss them in detail dur-
lim nf , m in hese Prblems, however.
Kiissnn >wiuct of the Com-
f> ssmncrs themselves. If they
t," Lace these problems with
\55St aSd refrain from pe"y
bd a nanduPettv b^kering, they
Fd a capable City Manager can
R! offt f them t0- the satis"
tl^L01 the community."
Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen F. Kessler
rJrtend Best Wishes to
Their family and Friends
Henrietta Schnitser will Ap-
pear on Morris Nasaiir'i Yid-
dish Hour.
Bookkeeper Accountant
Office Manager
Many yean diversified experi-
ence, 6 yr. local resident. High-
est references. Miss R. Box 2973.
Miami 18.
Yomcn School Of
Mnsie To Open
On Miami Beach
To be known as the Yomen
Music Studio, a music study
school under the direction of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen will I
open shortly at 1140 Alton Road, I
Miami Beach.
Violin, piano, mandolin, repe-
toire and sight reading will be
the mam components of the new
school's curriculum. A feature of
their teaching approach, the di-
rectors have announced, is the in-
corporation of a rigid music
training schedule for youngsters
who seelc proper training before
taking up formal practice of an
instrument. "Ear training, studies
in rhythm, singing and music ap-
preciation are all invaluable for
the young student before he be-
gins serious study with the musi-
cal instrument of his choice," Mrs.
Yomen stated.
Mr. Yomen has been the music
director for the Miami Beach
Jewish Center during the past
four years. He is the conductor of
the Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus and a graduate of the
New England Conservatory of
Music. He has also conducted
musical aggregations in New
York, Philadelphia and Balti-
more.
Mrs. Yomen is a graduate of
the Juilliard School of Music
where she studied piano and vio-
lin. She is past music director of
the Miami Beach YMHA and has
taught children and led choral
groups for the past fifteen years.
The Yomen School will also
specialize in the training of
adults.
LEGAL NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen
LEGAL NOTICE
Season's Greetings
Mr. and Mrs.
JEROME H. WEINKLE
Daughters Carolyn
and Linda
and Son. Louis
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
.... No- 2505
RE: ESTATE OF
*k$}l}2 WEINKLB, Deceased
foo.lTENT,0N TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
, DISCHARGE
rnN.OT""'-; 's herel.y given that I have
tntli AtiJXi reporl "'"' PelU'oa for
Unal Discharge aS |.;Xei-utor of the
estate of Louis whmki,-. deceased;
and thai on the 12th dai of Nov IS61
E ".xa!.'."'i. '" '"' Honorable w. p
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Bsacu or of the estate of Louis
welnkle, deceased.
This Sth day of October, 197,1
CARI. WEINKLE,
As Executor of the Eltttt
of Louis Welnkle,
__ Deceased.
WEINKLE & KESSLER
Attorneys for Executor
10/12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 144346
ROSLYN LENT. Plaintiff
Vs.
LESLIE RALPH LENT. Defendant.
TO: LESLIE RALPH LENT
RESIDENCE I NKNOWN
Tou are required to serve a cop/
of your answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ans
jrer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the 8th day
of November, A.D. 1931; otherwise.
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
Sth day of October. 1951.
E. B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
., Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
10JJ Seyl.old Bid*.
Miami, Florida
10/12-19-26 11/2
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Tower
Restaurant
AIR CONDITIONED
"Finest In Southwest Section"
Corner 15th & S.W. 8th Street
Tamiami Trail
Telephone 2-8815
Miami. Florida
Lady Wishes To Share
Her Bedroom Apt.
with couple or 2 ladies. '/a block
to Lincoln Rd. 3 blocks to Beach.
Season from now to May 1st.
Phone 58-4079
GENTLEMAN
Year-Round Resident
in middle forties, desires to meet
young lady, 35-42.
Mr. W, Box 2973
Miami It, Fla.
TIP-TOP
SUPER market:
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ECONOMY AWNING CO.
33 N. W. 5th ST. PH. 2-8988
WWW"W*WWWWWWWV
A Very Happy New Year To Our
Friends and Customers
YOUR HANDY 5 & 10
S. Bobe Alber Celia Levin
1406 S.W. 6th St. Ph. 82-9486
We Carry Religious Articles
APT. TO SHARE
Will share my Apt. without
charge with congenial women.
Kitchen Privileges
3460 S.W. 24th Terrace
SUE PREEM MAID
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS
23 N. E. 25th Street
Miami
East Coast Fisheries, Ine.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
LILLIAN III RRANT'S
list Street Flower Shop
423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221
FLORAL FASHIONIST
In Complete Wedding Service
Specialising In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE DELIVER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No 144,138-1
HARRY TIKKIN. Plaintiff
VS.
ROSE TIRK1N. Defendant
TO: ROSE TC'RKIN
i/o Ida Springer
Itl Beat Sard street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to serve a.
eopy of your answer to the ("nmpltlnt
for Divorce filed in thin cause, on the
Plaintiffs attorney, PHILIP edel-
MAN". 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and to file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the above
named Court on or before the 9th
day of November. 19.11: otherwise. ,i
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 9th day of October, 1S5I.
i: is I. KAT HERMAN
I'lerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H, RICH, JR.
Deputy Clerk
1 > 12 -1 f Sfi 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
b ISInesa under the fictitious name ol
HAP.ANA MEAT & POCDTRY MAR-
KET at 4.1 N. W. r.th Street, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, riorld.i.
L.BO WIENER
OEORUE WIENER
Owners
BERICK. SHAPIRO ft H'.IED
Attorneys f..r Applicants 1
110 Lincoln Road
Ml.mil Beach, Fla
in l'-lf'-'if, 11/2______________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY In CHANCERY.
No. 144247
JOSEPHINE KINO, Plaintiff.
WILLIAM RING, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM KINO
213 Calyer Street
Brooklyn. New York
You, WILLIAM KING, are herebr
notified that a bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
anrl you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torneys, CHERTKiiF AND KAI.1SH,
807-10 Olympia Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, anil file the original Answer in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2nd dav of
November, 1951. If you fail to d
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of October. A.D,
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida I
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff I
607-10 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Fla. "*'
10/5-12-19-26
d
MARMORASH FEDERATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Leon Berg, President
Harry Pearl, Vice President Alexander Stahl, Secretary
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE I
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS-
This is to certify that, whereas,
Samuel B. Pearlman. Miami Beach.
Fla., Charlotte K. Black. Miami
Beach. Fla., Edith Held Cooper. Mi-
'mi Beaoh, Fla.. did on the 2th day
of June. A.D. 1950 cause to be Incor-
porated under the provisions of Chap-
ter 10096. Laws of Florida. Acts of
1925. JACK HORNER, INC.. a cor-
poration, with its principal place of
business at Miami, Dade County, in
the State of Florida, and whereas tl"e
proper officers of such corporation did
on the 1st day of October. A.P. iri.
Cause to be filed in the office of the
Secretary of State of Florida, a duly
authenticated resolution adopted by
the stockholders under the provisions
of said Chapter 10096, Laws of Flor-
ida! Acts of 192.1, Showing the dissolu-
tion of such corporation, and the B(
retary of State is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at Talla-
hassee, the Capital, this the 1st
day of October. A.D. 1951.
R. A. GRAY. Secretary of Rate,
(SEAL)
10/12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ABUE VENETIAN BLIND LAUN-
DRY at 35 N.E 27th Street. Miami.
Fla. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ef
Dade County. Florida.
HARRY KESSMAN i
PHILIP SCHL'LMAN *.
10/12-19-eS 11/2 i._.it


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1951
*Mnisl fkridli&ri
Personally Speaking
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Selevan, 4430 Prairie Avenue, Miami
leach, announce the birth of their son, Gary David, who arrived
last September 29th. The Bris wa3 performed on October 6th
tv Dr- hwin Makovsky.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heiman are vacationing in Mexico and
I Texcs.
* *
Returned from a three-week vacation spent in travel throuqh
| Northern mountains, are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz of
3910 Garden Avenue. Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W. 3rd Street, have re-
turned from Hendersonville, North Carolina, where they spent
I their summer vacation. While North, they travelled to Silver
I Springs, Marylcnd, and visited with their daughter and son-in-
llaw, the Murray Resslers.
+ *
Miss Lillian Goodman, 7127 Bay Drive, vice president of
llhe Business and Professional Group, Florida Region of Hadas-
[sah, has returned with her sister, Esther, from an extended trip
Ito New York City. While there, they were entertained by rela-
llives and friends at the Astor Hotel and attended the Hadassah
Convention in Atlantic City.
* *
r Miss Dorothy Parker and her mother, Mrs. Rose Gardner
I1545 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, have returned home for the
Tiolidays after their trip to New York City
+ +
Louis Pearl and his wife, Mary, 3548 S.W. 24th Street, an-
nounce the birth of their son whose Bris and naming will take
blcce on Yom Kippur. The boy was born in Doctors Hospital
Coral Gables.
* *
Mrs. Benjamin Appel of 1605 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach
fccs left for the North where she will spend a month vacationing.'
Nat Hurewitz, noted artist, has returned to his Hollywood
F.cnda, home after five months spent in Newark, New Jersey
K *
A son, Bruce Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mintzer
I44C North Bay Road, last September 27th. The baby weighed
* ct 6 pounds. '
* *
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president of the Pioneer Women Club
\ 2 is new convalescing at her home, 815 4th Street. Miami'
'acn, after a month's illness at the Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Jurtz, Mirsky
iv Betrothed
PAGE 7- A
B'nai B'rith Marks
108th Anniversary
Columbu-ay marks the com-
mencement of special week-end
activities commemorating the
108th aniversary of B'nai B'rith,
oldest and I irgest Jewish serv-
ice organization in the world.
As part of this celebration. The
Miami Arc.! B'nai B'rith Lodges
will hold special Friday night
ceremonies in various svnagogucs
and temples throughout the ar-
ea, according to in announce-
ment today by Judge Sam Sil-
ver, chairman of the local B'nai
B rith Banner Campaign.
"This year," Silver said, "our
B'nai B'rith Sabbath has special
significance, falling as it does
on Columbus Day. It not only
celebrates the remarkable ac-
complishments and purposes of
B'nai B'rith, but also highlights
the complete integration of B'nai
B'rith on the American scene
the growth of B'nai B'rith hand-
in-hand with the growth of
America."
betrothal of Miss Lila Fo-
Kurtz to Irving A. Mir-
>' as announced by the bride-
parents, Dave Fogelman of
sading, Pennsylvania, and Mrs.
Kurtz of 1836 S.W. 11th
Itreet, Miami, last Sunday.
Kurtz is a member of Ma-
I and is associated with the
tntihte Corporation. She at-
tnded the Miami High School
ine University of Miami.
liance, son of Mr. and Mrs
ry Mirsky, 2351 NW 46th
I ttended the University of
He is a member of the
luni.
Chamber of Commerce
he Miami Wholesale asso-
Supper Hold For
Jewish Society
Plans for a Smorgasbord Sup-
per to be held on Sunday even-
ing, 8 p.m. at the Ritz-Plaza Ho-
tel, are being set into final form
by Mrs. John Lunin and Mrs.
Henrietta Schoenfeld, co-chair-
men of the affair for the Greater
Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish
Consumptives Relief Society.
"Many tubercular patients from
the Miami area are hospitalized
in the Spivak, Colorado sani-
torium which is supported by
the local chapter", Mrs. J. A.
Poncher, vice president, stated.
Reservations for the Supper
may be made by contacting Mrs.
Lunin or Mrs. Schoenfeld.
Mrs. Murray Grossman, left, and Mrs Chaim Yassky. wife of
the distinguished Dr. Yassky who. while dii actor of Hadassah
Medical Organization, was ambushed and killed on the road
from Mt Scopus whi.a evacuating patients, are shown here
"i11"' P'aque at the cornerstone-laying of the Youth
Aliyah house at Kfar Maccabi near Haifa. Israel. The
house is being built by the Puerto Rico Chapter of Hadassah in
the Florida Region of which Mrs. Grossman is president. It is
typical of the great number of such units that Hadassah is con-
tributing to help alleviate the housing shortage, to help augment
the absorptive capacity of the country and to enable youth to
become contributing members of a Kibbutz. Mrs. Grossman, upon
her recent return from Israel said that, "the building scheme of
Hadassah in the name of Regions and Chapters has inspired our
constituency with renewed initiative and greater impetus for
participation in the Youth Aliyah program, which at the present
time is training some 15.000 children and youth embracing trainees
trom titty-two different countries."
Len Appointed President .
Of Miami Pittsburg Club G0Mg Formal?
-Junta,
7 KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1701 WashinRton Avenue Miafni Beach
Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evening)
Under Complex Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Miss Lillian Goodman, vice
president, and Mrs. Murray
Grossman, president, Florida
Region of Hadassah, coming
from Israel Bond Haadquarters
at the 'Hadassah National Con-
vention in Atlantic City.
Attorney Edward H. Len was
installed as presidnent of the
Pittssburgh Club of Greater Mi-
ami at a banquet in the Monte
Carlo Hotel last night. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman addressed the as-
semblage.
Other officers installed were
Dr. Stanley Sutnick and Milton
Weinman, vice presidents; Attor-
ney Burton Engclsberg, secre-
etary; Philip Goodman, treasurer;
Lucille Goldman, corresponding
secretary; G. Glick. D. Weisman
and L. Gutman, financial secre-
taries.
few directors are: H. Azan, B.
Sutnick, M. Hoffman. Carl Mar-
kowitz, Bertha Levey, Mortimer
P. Frank, Adolph Greenberg. Dr.
M. S. Goldman, L. Weinstein, H.
Koppelman. Edna Berk, Attorney
George Schwartz and Esther
Schwartz.
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have found out there's one coffee that
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Israeli Polio Victim Here For Aid
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MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1951
SEC. B
The Roots Of Kol Nidrei
Are The Roots Of America
Five-year-old Ascher Novak, suffering paralysis of the left
kg as a result of polio contracted three years ago, is shown
portly alter his arrival in New York by plane from Israel. The
foung Israeli was accompanied to the United States by his mother
hear i. a nurse, and a Hebrew Immigrant Aid society worker who
lelped clear Ascher through customs en route to the Sister Kenny
Ir.slitute at Minneapolis. Ascher is the first polio victim from
srael to be admitted for treatment in the famed polio institute.
(American Jewish Press Photo)
farburg Announces UJA Goal To Raise
|5 Millions During Month Of October
the year" will be launched at the
conference.
Mr. Warburg, who said the
chief rot of Israel's present crisis
is her shortage of dollars, declar-
ed that the cash drive of the UJA
would help overcome this defici-
ciency until investments made in
Israel begin to produce the items
the country needs. "While Israel
stands today on the veree of great
new accomplishments in industry,
agriculture and national develop-
ment," he commented, "her abil-
ity to realize further progress is
being seriously threatened as she
strains every nerve to overcome
shortages arising out of an unpre-
I cedented immigration and other
| factors." He pointed out that the
1 mass ir.flow of 650,000 refugees
"has simply outstripped Israel's
financial capacity to adequately
feed, house and rehabilitate these
newcomers and at the same time
carry forward a needed indus-
trial, economic and agricultural
expansion."
There are Jews who fast on
Yom Kippur and there are Jews
who tell their wives they are fast-
ing but steal out and go to a
restaurant to eat and ther,e are
also Jews who dor.'t fast and
don't tell their wives they are j
fasting.
There are Jews who pray on j
Yom Kipner out of the old Ortho- !
dox prayer book and there are I
Jews who pray out of the Reform j
prayer book and there are Jews !
who pray out of the Conservative !
prayer book and out of the Rc-
construetionist prayer book and
there are Jews too ignorant to
read any prayer book at all.
One thing however, unites all
these different varieties of Jews.
I will put ir. very plain language
talith about his head and intone
Kol Nidre and my insides would
quake. It seemed as if this chant
compressed in it all the majestic !
awe of the universe,
A great cantor like Sirota may |
sirg it and you will feel it. or a]
great operatic star like Jan
Pierce, but you don't really need
any great voice. I remember as a
boy down in Georgia, my father,
who was not a cantor but a plain
ordinary Jew, would wrap his
talith about his had and intone
Kol Nidre and my insides quake.
It seemed as if this chant com-
pressed in it all the majestic awe
of the universe.
It is the one chant which no
Jewish house of worship, how-
ever attenuated and homeopathi-
so well that he made such a mov-
ing argument before Queen Isa-
bella, completely bowling her
over, as the historians tell us, and
causing her to send a courier
asking Columbus to return.
Strange t^at Santargell of all
Eeople, whose own flesh and
lood had been burned to death
by the laws of Spain, should be
so eager to advance the glories
of Spain, even to the point of
sacrificing his own fortune.
Strange that this Jew's zeil
should be such that Columbus
regarded him as his main sup-
port, so much so thai to hin the
discoverer should bring the first
news of his succe
Was it that in the hope for a
new world they saw the poi
answer to th;.t for which they
prayed in Kol Nidre?
The roots of Kol Nidre are in
a peculiar way entangled with
the roots of America. It is appro-
priate that Yom Kippur, the time
we sing Kol Nidre, and Colum-
bus Day should come so close
together.
INF.W YORK (JTA)A drive to
be S50.000 a day in cash
|rough the month of October,
pa launched by the United Jew-
Appeal on the High Holy
fcys, Edward M. M. Warburg,
Ineral chairman of the United
kwish Appeal, annonced here.
tie Agency seeks to raise $15,-
JO.000 in October, as part of its
nergency campaign for $35,-
fO.OOO in cash by the end of the
ear to meet critical needs.
(Mr Warburg disclosed that the
IJA had raised $56,500,000 to
Bte in cash and predicted that
Us year's campaign would ex-
btd the $87,000,000, raised in
p50. Results of the emergency
rive will be announced by 1,000
bmmunity leaders assembling in
lew York, October 27-28 at a
IJA National Report Conference,
le termed the one-month drive
h SI5,000,000, "phase one" of
he Appeal's special effort said
pi si cond and final phase of
this determined effort to help
pet Israel's need by the end of
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will not dare omit from its serv-
ice. It has an appeal beyond the
Jew. Even the anti-Semite Wag-
ner bowed before it and in his
anti-Semitism sought futilely to
deny its orginal Jewishness, but
its Jewishness is beyond question.
No musical composition could so
embody essential Judaism as it.
One hears in it the ancient pro-
phets of Israel repeating, "Holy,
Holy, Hety is the God of the Uni-
verse" and one also hears in it
the plaintive tones of Rabbi Leib
Isaac of Berditcheff pleading and
arguing with God.
It is great as pure music. The
words baffle us. Perhaps of such
great music, we should not ask
for words, any more than we ask
what the rolling waves are say-
ing. Does the music of the spheres
like one of Mr. Rogers' composi-
tions, have to have a Mr. Ham-
merstein to write its lyrics?
The words of Kol Nidre have
long troubled us. They ask God
to consider null and void all
pledges and vows, which we have
made during the year. One theory
is that it stems from the days of
the Marranos and the Inquisition
in Spain. Jews in those days had
to practice their Jewishness in
secret. Outwardly they crossed
themselves, chanted the litanies
of the church. It was that or the
auto da fe. Man loves life, so
they avowed a faith that was not
their own and in caves and hid- .
den recesses resumed their Juda-
ism, all the sweeter to them, be-
cause they must now pay the
very high price of life itself for it
and begged God not to consider
their publice avowals.
These men who were around
Columbus could understand all
of this better than we of today.
Zacuto, the map maker and as-
tronomer on whom Columbus de-
pended so much, could under-
stand it. And Luis de Santangell,
whose cousin had been put to
death in an auto da fe. Perhaps
it was because he understood it
Baldi Addresses Lorber
The Lorber Chapter, National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver, gathered for its first
meeting of the year yesterday
atternoon at downtown Howard
Johnsons. Biscayne Boulevard.
J. Baldi, Coral Gables hair
stylist, furnished the afternoon's
program.
ADL. Maclver In Clash
Over Anti-Bias Function
NEW YORK (AJP)The Anti-
Defamatiop League's brief in
answer to the controversial Mac-
lver Report recommendations,
one of which would virtually
strip the body of its anti-bias
activities, is in preparation and
will be submitted immediately
following the Oct. 2! convention.
of the National Commission of
the ADL in Atlantic City.
Several meetings of the ADL's
Maclver Committee have been
held during the past three weeks,
but final approval of the brief
to the National Evaluative Com-
mittee of the National Commun-
ity Relations Advisory Commit-
tee is not expected before the
Oct. 21 conference in the resort.
Still outstanding was a brief by
the American Jewish Committee,
another group hit in the Maclver
Report which scored duplication
of activity in the field of fight-
irg bigotry.
Education Iluwau
Adopts \ow laws
A new Constitution has been
adopted by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, replacing the original
constitution of 1944.
The new Constitution calls for
a general membership composed
of Rabbis of all congregations
recognized by the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami: pri-
cipals and educational directors
of the schools affiliated with the
Bureau; two representatives of
the Hebrew Teachers Associa-
tioi : two representatives of the
Sunday School teachers Associa-
tion: twenty-five delegates-at-
large to be elected by the general
membership: one representative
from each Jewish organization of
Crcatei- Miami which conducts
a Jewish education program: two
elegal < t the i ingre-
gatiors or organizations in Great-
er Miami sponsoring afternoon
or Sunday schools, with addition-
al representation from Parent-
T( acher associations and Sister-
hoods of congregations.
The central bodv of the Bureau
under the new constitution will
be the Board of Directors of
thirty-five members elected from
the general membership who
shall have the power to act for
the Bureau when the general
membership is not in session and
who must be contributing mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. The constitution
calls for a policy-making Execu-
tive Committee of fifteen, and
! eight other committees to assist
in Budget. Assistance to Schools,
Educational function. Extension
Activity, Library, Building. Per-
sonnel and in Nominations.
I The new Constitution was a-
i dopted on September 24th and
' will go into effect on May 1, 1952.
Seymor Leibman was chairman
I of the Constitution committee,
and was assisted by Harry Sim-
I onhoff, Mrs. Seymour Leibman,
1 Sydney J. Greenberg, and Louis
j Schwartzman, Executive Direc-
I tor of the Bureau.
Sholom Luncheons Start
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will resume their luncheon meet-
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at the Seven Seas Restaurant,
101 S.E. 2nd Avenue.
Michael Isenberg, luncheon
chairman, has invited Dr. Luis
Molina of the Hispanic-American
Institute at the University of Mi-
ami to address the group. Dr.
Molina will give a brief address
on "Columbus", in commemor-
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12th.
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Jewish Leaders Salute Anglo-Jewish
Press; Point To Communal Role Played
lr.ed to
| the only democracy in the Middle
Esst are to retain their great
i spiritual vigor."
Continued advancement in re-
porting the events of vital con-
cern to world Jewry by the Eng-
erg ~ Krjss3L2 ^srx,s ssas
leader of the World Jewish Con-
ed last week in lauding the ac-
and :ts ears abroad." He said
Associal ewisfa that the countrv's weeklies
Newspapers o ch the Jewisr. pl.yed "a vital part ,n ?trength-
Leade.-s of Jewish defense ag- hailed as "an :rdispensable fac-
er...-e;. national civic groups and tor in the enrichment of Amer-
ican Jewish life." by Benjarr.in
G Browdy. president of the Zion-
:. Organza!: of America.
"In the struggle for estab-
ttera of the most important na-
ture."
Tnat the American Jewish
on
press
nformatiori
and opinion regarding purely
Jewish concern" was cited by
Irving Kane, national chairman
o' the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, on the
eve of Newspaper Week.
An informed and alert press."
dlnt^tet U^ Br^cT *.* ">ld A^rKn J^Tsh
has played a role of paramount
importance in rallying all con-
structive forces for our cause.
Moreover, it now continues to
serve as
.-rent in the fight for Jewish sur-
vival and for mobilizing rt-.ax:-
sn
.-=
economic
A call to American Jewry to
"give greater attention to the
fff ish community of America as it is
important to every free com-
munity.
It is only through the wide
a wt effective' tastru- dissemination of reliable informa-
tion, the free expression of opin-
! ion. and public debate on contro- |
Susrs.s garj sag rfiiSl^
therefore the concern of every I
SUSSH& ;^ss-"ca.-r.rfrom ** who is genumely interested
Judge Meir Steinbrink. national J*%ls*,.c?^mu??y **!"** I
chairman of the Bnai Brith Anti- the,wEnghs{eZsh' "S *" I
Defamation League, who asserted !n th scope and accuracy of its I
that the nation"; English-Jewish JfPrtI" ,fff*lts capacity to re-
press "has the mechanics and the fl?c'a!1 fj*njflctnt facets of Jew-
to produce good newspa- lsh ""ou.,gm ,
pers and journals to keep us well ? comprehensive coverage
.nformed on subiects of vita! con- ,of, ?.d PVve phif^ls f Jewlsh
cern to Jewery." h-e ^ade through the American
ZOA Reduces Staff;
Clerical Help Goes
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
More than a dozen adminstrative
employees were retrenched or
scheduled for release last week
at the national headquarters of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica as a result of financial cut-
backs and part of a program
aimed at streamlining the staff.
At the same time it was learned
that the plan to streamline the
ZOA staff might reach into the
various regions throughout the
nation resulting in a general les-
sening of professional staffs.
Most hard hit by the first wave
of retrenchments at the national
headquarters were secretaries
and other clerical help. Key per-
sonnel on the administrative level
were not affected
The streamlined administrative
program came on the heels of a
proposed $5,000,000 ZOA Israel
Projects program proposed and
endorsed in principle at last
week's National Administrative
Council meeting in Washington.
The enlarged operation provides
for the expenditure of $3,000,000
in Israel and the ram^l
^--uatio^T
\* the ZOA. ischfc"*!
tort Pwj>ct_pggy?l
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spiritual ties between American
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eration cannot be assured."
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I Hadassah. papers, received special tribute on
Kent editorial tne nation* observance of N
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j;rae] Mizrachi, rc.igious-Zionist organ-
Th'e America-. Jewish Press lzat.jn-
has plaved a vital role in keep- r TH*"** itndes made b>' our
ing the great American Jewish English-Jewish press in recent ,
community informed of the sig- >ears. Chin gin stated is a
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cern for events in Israel."
"It has chronicled with admir-
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- Jewish fhrMian
PAGE 3 B
[ill Conference
|eld In Orlando
b,p annual Florida State Anti-
bmalion League Conference
I, be held Sunday, October 28,
[he San Juan Hotel, Orlando.
L gii day session will run
lm 0-30 to 5:
luch vital matters as the cur-
It attacks being made on the
fclic schools in our state, sec-
lani^m in the schools, social
ition in many areas of
Iridi, and continuing KKK ac-
fety will be discussed. Plans
be considered for ex-
Iding and intensifying the ADL
tjtiv- educational program
lougrout the state.
reiss To Lead
loach Anglers
h- Eugene Weiss was elected
tsident of the Miami Beach
Eglcrs Club last week. The
Ididate opposing him, Harold
|tts Cohn, was appointed to
, post of vice president.
Charles Amdur, a newcomer to
J organization, was selected to
ftne-year term as second vice
tsident with Walter Bauer giv-
T treasurer's responsibilities for
eighth consecutive time,
joke Harris was unanimously
ken as secretary. Replacing
on the board of directors is
Urru Rubenstein. Al Weiner
Ben Borenstein were also
pointed to the board.
Xiit- election was conducted by
Ex Rcsenfeld.-
mon Wolf To
[ppear On WFEC
formerly associated with New
fcrk's radio station WEVD, Sim-
Wolf, character actor and
aywright, has become a perm-
lent resident of Miami.
For many years, Mr. Wolf has
^itten ard produced dramas
at were presented in New York
Simon Wolf
I Philadelphia theaters. He
I now be affiliated with sta-
ll WFEC where he will appear
1l..i times weekly beginning with
I er 15th on Simon Seider.'s
I Forum. His schedule will
Monday, Wednesday and
ay at 10:15 a.m., and Sun-
11 a.m. Mr. Wolf is plan-
ping many live talent produc-
His first program will fea-
fcn St( lia Schulman, noted art-
' rid Sam Rubenstein, com-
f. M r.
The Jewish Forum is now in its
P it year of presentations.
iSimberg Plans 100-Room
Hotel For Coral Gables
JA 100-room hotel for Coral
K>abks is now in the planning
Ptage according to Harry Sim-
It erg. Greater Miami real estate
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|Wen granted by the National
production Administration, a
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KKK Rejections t.ain In South
CHARLESTOWN. W Va.
There is profr eld of
bs '.: :> oectm-
:ng more
I"- The visitor ser.s^s .: -.
rt feeis better about t Free
Ameri es 3 .. I .-. ayagc
H from growing secur-
ity.
nunirjr
I
- Here
iee- interest
, ~
the Ku
Klan .- :. real |
tor ""^w ef Oommerre for
the dt : :-. KKK as un-
Amencan. The Jayoee advised
that the s-.t be te a million. The
- Herald commented edi-
that the Jaycees will be
tod because the Klan
-ich a
suit" The paper went on to
.-. KKK was j
: r the

. and
North -y of the
-:s."" The Durham Herald
rial stated:
-The Klan is a debased relic
of a past age It has no place in
the United States today Society
can take care of its own affairs
M Klan's help
or interference. Far from em-
bracing the Kaaa philosophy, am
need to get further away fro--. it
Klan amounts to little m
North Carolina now V.
r^ able to count on
letti fed the force of
publ:. that has been
against :t and that
has been so pertinently expressed
by the State Junior Chamber of
Commerce."'
By quoting these words, the
Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch
endorsed them: the people here,
in the mair.. applaad themsince
Okay read them and do not rebel
and refuse to attend KKK meet-
ings.
God Bless Americaand may
the South gain strength in the
repudiation of bias by the think-
ing elementsand the press.
FRIDAY
to^khca2^
5712-1951
Succoth. first Succoth, second day
Hashona Rabah
Shemini Atzereth
Simchalh Torab.
Rosh Chodesh
CheshTa-
R*h Chodesh
Kisler ....
ttObt,|l
Octob,,/

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Whai A--:- :--- ia*ul i- hlr eorpcratJor.!. the>- are
--;-f a company has survived
I ; H or 100 years.
Bat :t the rew State cf Israel, there is a ctrsrar.y tf
whose history goes back ever 5,000 aa
Consider the grta- which fcav rises iurir.g
these 5.000 years and are r.c-*- dust. T=e Egyrtur.. cat
Fa'rylooian, the Persian, the Ancient Greeks, the Roman
re ar.i ct. T : bm! '- .
B ai miliad vac, hum tenant**, an-
. :.
_ is ax -:-'. cf dftptst wtecni-
aaoacjthe State
c: -- ._-.;h_-. :ti ir-
11 : :-: ttah r:\WCO0O and Maria :-
egcrt ef duiK-ittk Iuael 1
3 year*, a plan to avtfc aai a ; freedom
f raWJM aaa intials taa ;a=- kaal ct r*-:r:< whose
rs _- line", hi'i ;r;-en Uieir wal to stirviTe
an: tt^i.
C:-s:der the concrete achievemerts behisd ires* Bonds
cf the MaU of Israel:
In an ir.credibly shon space cf t:-. ftaa)l
not only built a vital tsoderc ir.dastr.ai phut u i wrist
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PAGE 5 B
I
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
anti-Communist hysteria as an honest man, but as the
nti-Semitism is illustrated
.', |ge of a Nazi war crim-
h i is receiving widespread
rt as an "anti-Communist
H ;i communist who was
oJ atrocities and mass mur-
was discovered in the Unit-
iates the headlines would
n and the U.S. Capitol
;na would reverberate with
ids that the communist be
it to justice. However, a
who is largely responsible
he extermination of Yugo-
Jewry has been discovered
alifornia and the nation's
has largely ignored the
Months after the Nazi of-
was found, President Tru-
admitted that the White
knew nothing of the whole
"Heinrich Himmler of Croatia.'
granted to a war criminal in a
case with international ramifica-
tions. The clever use of McCar-
thyism and hysteria brought
about his release It was made to
appear that Artukovitch was an
enemy of Communism, that Yu-
Orthdoxy Threatens Israel Fund
Cut; Non Kosher Meat Is Cause
While the Judge was watching, j goslavia is a communist country!
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Warning that they would find it
"almost impossible" to continue
all-out efforts for Israel fund-
tine Appeal, also stressed that
the matter of imports was in the
hands of the Israel Government.
Action to launch the unified
Artukovitch affectionatelv kissed
his four children, aged two to
eleven. Yet this facet of his
loving nature was somehow not
present in 1941 when he super-
vised the deportation of 4,000
Jewish children, from infants to
(completely ignoring the fact that
the age of fourteen from Zag- must be pro-Communist. Of the
reb, Vukovar, Oimek, and Kar-! major Jewish organizations, only
lovwe. He used the pretext that I the American Jewish Congress
a special camp at Jadovno had had the COurage to actively join
been prepared for the kiddies so with the Yugoslavs in the case
that they might be cared for against Artukovitch.
while their parents were detain-; The efforts o{ tho American
ed in labor camps His child care i jewish Congress and the Yugo-
program was so efficient that not siav Government were denounc-
raisir.g activity unless the Israeli protest was decided at a meeting
of representatives of 11 major
In-
Communist Yugoslavia is never- ^^Tl'T^ ^T.ll! Orthodox group
theless one of the most anti-Mos-
cow governments in the world
and is now receiving American
military aid), and they concluded
that anybody against Artukovitch
ir. a unified action, demanded this i thodox Jewish Congregations,
week that assurances be given Vaad Harabanim of Greater New
that the policy would be aband- | York, Union of Orthodox Rabbis
a single one survived.
This dear fellow also showed
his fond consideration for Jewish
Yugoslav Government isi<*k>ren over fourteen. They
istic over its chances of were deported to Pag a
in the Adriatic, where they were
ting the extradition of An-
Artukovitch. He is the man
signed an order on June 4,
to strip Yogoslav Jews of
property and compelling
I Jew to wear a yellow badge
the letter "Z" (for Zidov"
ew). As Minister of Inter-
Bf the puppet Government
oatia. Artukovitch said with
ence to the Jews that the
Bans must "cleanse their .
body of these poisonous
an." This was in a speech
fgreb on Feb. 25, 1942.
eral Judge Pierson M. Hall
| Artukovitch impressed him
honest man who could be
id on bail. Judge Hall freed
[ovitch after fascist support-
the Croation Nazi posted
DO bond from the $170,000
for his defense. The few
ilav Jews who survived,
Iver, know Artukovitch, not
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ed as "outrageous" by the Rev.
Stephen Lackovic, spokesman for
Croatian Nazis. Father Lackovic,
, who served as secretary to Cath-
were deported to Pag, an island olic Archbishop Stepinac, and the
forced to work in the salt mines.
Those who survived the slave
labor were machine-gunned and
disposed of in other ways which
Artukovitch though up because
he was so tenderly devoted to
growing children.
This writer talked with Yugo-
slav Jews who know at first hand
what Artukovitch did to their
families and friends. At the Yu-
goslav Embassy I saw photostats
of the anti-Semitic decrees sign-
ed by Artukovitch and photo-
graphs of murdered Jewish child-
ren and other evidence of anti-
Jewish atrocities. When the Los
Angeles Federal Court seemed
confused about the issues involv-
ed in. the case, I went to the
White House and asked President
Truman at his press conference
on Sept. 20 what he thought a-
bout Artukovitch. The president
replied that he never heard of
the affair. He didn't seem the
least bit interested. I told Mr.
Truman that the United States
sponsored a United Nations reso-
lution in 1947 which called for
the extradition of war criminals.
There was no comment and the
President evaded the issue.
After the US State Depart-
ment advised the Yugoslavs to
seek Artukovitch's extradition
under a treaty signed by Amer-
ica in 1902. the US Federal Court
ordered the Yugoslavs to prove
that such a treaty really exists.
Although Artukovitch was ar-
rested "without bail" he was
on Wires to the Israel Embassy
and all major fund-raising agen-
cies in the United States for Is-
rael by the Orthodox groups con-
tained two demands, the Ameri-
can Jewish Press learned.
First, that a shiDment of no-
kosher meat, reportedly imported
from Mexico and scheduled for
distribution, be limited to Is-
rael's Christian and Moslem pop-
ulation, but that none be alloted
to Jews.
Secondly, that "no further traf-
fa meat will be imported to Is-
of the United States and Canada.
Mizrachi, Agudas Israel, Hapoal
Hamizrachi, Poale Agudas Is-
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Rev. Stephen Grubisic came to
Washington to tell how the "Com
munists" were "persecuting" | SJUSUSTlSTm^
such a gentleman as Artukovitch
on "tumped-up charges." This
despite the fact that Artukovitch
boasted at Zagreb that he aided
Hitler in the "solution of the
Jewish problem."
Some time ago, when our gov-
ernment was interested in pros-
ecuting Nazi war criminals,
American legal authorities
thought it was unfair of Jews
to attempt to influence a court
by demonstrating. Yet in Los
Angeles more than a hundred
pro-fascist supporters of Artu-
kovich raised a terrific commo-
tion on behalf of their "anti-
Communist hero." The Judge
decided, however, that he looked
like an honest man and set him
free on bail. The Yugoslavs are
At least two replies were re-
ceived late this week to the de-
mands of America's Orthodoxy.
One from Dr. Nachum Goldman,
head of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency and World
Zionist leader, disclosed that the
matter had been forwarded to
Tel Aviv.
Dr. Goldman added that "you
certainly realize that the question
of importing meat to Israel is
the exclusive jurisdiction of the
Israel Government."
A reply from Rudolph Sonne-
born, head of the United Pales-
Simchas Torah Program
The Zamora Center Sisterhood
. will conduct a Simchas Torah
preparing evidence to present if program at its October 17th ev-
Artukovitch chooses not to fly ening regular meeting.
the coop but to wait around for
subsequent hearings.
Mapai, Zionists
Divide Knesseth
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settlement of Israel's government
crisis, which rose last week with
news that final agreement on
formation of new government
coalition was imminent, were
shattered when Premier David
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*Je*i*tf}trrtk>r
A Re-Evaluation of Jewish Life
FRIDAY. OCToan,
By SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN
Unless the majority of Jews possess a basic philosophy of what
Jewish life is and should be. and unless there is an intelligent under-
standing of the basic or primary tenets of our faith. Judaism will
become hopelessly enmired in a hopeless confusion of law. custom,
superstition and pointless organizational life. It will cease to be a
dynamic force and must ultimately stifle itself by unintelligent,
igid inflexible formalism or
hopeless confusion which, as time
goes on. will become less and I
less attractive for more ar.d more
Jews.
Some rabbis raise the ques-
tion, as an answer to any solu-
tion for enriching Jewish life,
"But how can you get the peo-
ple into the synagogue?" Un-
c^rlyi.-.g this question is a
naive belief that once people
are brought into the synagogue
for prayer wUh any degree of
regularity, all problems of
Jewish life would be solved.
'.' d bbis want greater
ice? Do they
tal rmoni will
idiei ce into liv-
ally or "
W such
is held by any realistic
think that even
services as prac-
tiei ton
Most fund-raisers, profes-
sional and lay. measure the
Judaism of any person by the
size of his contribution. They
care not for the minutiae of
Jewish life and are not too
concerned with the future of
Juadism as a religion. They
have yet to learn that charity
save Jewish lives but performs
no affirmative act for making
Judaism meaningful or for in-
suring continued survival of
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tractive to all strata of Jjwry.
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mental law concerning the erec-
f a synagogue, we may be-
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. always bo on the
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devote himself to Jewish causes?
They still have not learned that
Jewish causes alone are not the
totality of Judaism regardless of
how valid they are and how sig-
nificant the role they may play
in Jewish life. Jewish organiza-
tional membership and work. (
without Jewish ethics, morality. I
Holidays and the Sabbath, are
Hamlet without the great Dane.
Judaism is a wav of life. It |
possesses a philosophy for each
and every minute of the waking
day Our modern rabbis have
been compelled to devote them-
selves to the materialistic and
have been subjected to the calls
of their congregations without
being able to lift their congre-
gants to the standards and ideals
which should be represented by
the rabbinate. How often are
rabbis compelled to run to out-
side meetings, without being able
to compel those who have issued
the call to them, to run to the
congregation and to attend to
synagogue problems'
There is a slow process, but
yet one which should ultimate-
ly achieve the aim of inculcat-
ing in our laity at least an
understanding of what it means
to be a Jewif not a love for
Judaism. In order to initiate
such process, it is necessary
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IA Re-Evaluation of Jewish Life
+Jm>lsli fh rid ten
PAGE 7B
(Continued jrom Page 6 B)
Ithe svnagogue centers. The Jan-
lowsky Report created a minor
Iturmoil in the National Jewish
Iwelfaie Board only three years
Lor) It has been practically for-
leotten. The criticism of the lack
Ipf a Jewish core of content,
hich Oscar Janowsky stated
was significantly absent in cen-
ter activities and also absent in
the professionals who operated
kliose centers, has passed into
Tlmbo and the norm of the period
jieceding Janowsky's report has
again been established. It was
i tempest in a teapot although
[here may be found, here and
here, a little bit more Jewish
intent but not sufficient to mark
advance or to attest the bene-
fits >f such report.
Zionist groups who formed the
backbone of American aid for
ie establishment of a Jewish
lon.eland did not realize that
ould have donned the man-
for a revitalization of Juda-
sin in this country immediately
jbsequent to May 15, 1948. It
equired no prophet to know that
^ there was a division of po-
il loyalties, Palestir.ians
.H owe their allegiance to Is-
I and American Jews owe
allegiance to America.
f is. therefore, left one bond
etween our co-religionists here
road and that bond is re-
|gi usir.g it in its broadest
ise to include culture and the
w language. Zionists
push this program to a
J : degree.
practise of Judaism in Is-
tust always be different
::: lure in America. Religious
ince must be practised to
iter degree by Americans
V Israelis. In Israel every
studies from the Bible as
his history, his geography
' of the Bible and of the
ts iind the entire civiliza-
I Jewry impregnates his
r. life regardless of his
|tl toward ritual observ-
In addition, the very fact
Sabbath is a State-en-
I dav of rest has a bearing
| is life as a Jew. In Amer-
: only in and through the
r.ag igue that our lives as Jews
in e affected.
V in America must insure the
\ ued successful existence of
However, being now
vn on our own as a Jewish
unity, we must seek to
then the bonds of Ameri-
can Jews with Judaism. Juda-
ic snite of its many ramifi-
ati >ns, is essentially a religion,
r. while our Ten Command-
i have formed the funda-
; concepts of our religion,
i is much more to it than the
i imnandmer.ts.
The retention of our youth
*n our ranks, thu training of
our youth as Jewt, the deflec-
tion of our adults into byways
nd bypaths which may be lab-
f.ed Jewish but flow from
rainer than to the stream of
Jewish life, are problems which !
ir.ould have been realixad by
lour Zionists. Bu Zionist lead-
lers do not realise that they
have not evoked a thorough
H>a:lern or program for their
lev.-a future relationships with
srael (other than fund-rais-
|ng
V\ in America must build and
tte our concept of Juda-
' that it is intertwined with
nagogues, Judaism is a
of the masses. Jews re-
- no "sheliaoh tzibbur" (cm-1
of prayer) because each!
[ possessed of his own- pri- !
"ne" to God. When the!
re-capture Judaism for,
- -'vis and when the grass!
roots are strengthened, then will
Judaism be revitalized. No na-
tional leader can pontificate from
New York, Washington or Chi-
cago and arouse the masses. The
stimulii must come from within
and all that a national organiza-
tion can do is direct, supply edu-
cational paraphernalia and chan-
nelize when sufficient commun-
ities have shown a rebirth or
reincarnation.
It is true that the pendulum
has swung away from the day
when the rich reform Jew was
the leader. The arc slowly
shifted to permit orthodox and
conservative Jews to lake po-
sitions of import,nee in com-
munal affairs. Almost *at the
same time they entered, the
era of professional workers in
Jewish affairs began, but they,
not too long ago, weft looked
upon sneeringly, condescend-
ingly, and as second class citi-
sens. The pendulum continued
to move and has now gone to
th other extreme where wv
almost have rule by profes-
sionals who pull and move our
so-called leaders like puppets.
This new tyranny of profes-
sional leadership, so many of
whom are completely devoid of
the full appreciation of rich
and meaningful Jewish life,
has caused the coffers of Jew-
ish organisations to grow be-
ond the dreams of even a d*c-
ade ago but without revitaliz-
ing Jewish life.
The pendulum must go back.
It must stop at the synagogue.
The role of our rabbis must be
clearly understood by them. It
was Santayana who said that he
who has forgotten his past is
doomed to repeat it. Every move-
ment in Jewish life which sought
to break away from rabinnical
authority was ultimately doomed
to failure. The Karaites serve
as a significant lesson. Their
position regarding rabbinic inter-
pretation ultimately led to dis-
unity amongst themselves and
in time, completes separation
from the masses of Judaism.
Our rabbis have begun to ap-
preciate, and in particular our
conservative rabbis have learned
this lesson wellthat the inter-
ests of their membership run in
many fields other than the syna-
gogueand so they must cease
to think of the synagogue ex-
clusively as a place for prayer.
We must convert the syna-
gogue into a real Jewish center.
Such centers must be built, and
the existing ones must be broad-
ened, so that every organization
which seeks to call itself Jewish
can be housed therein. The Yid-
dishists have an epigram that no
one should make the Sabbath for
himself alone and the Talmud
says, "Separate not thyself from
the congregation." When all or-
ganizations are housed within
the Center, ultimately there must
permeate and percolate into the
ranks of the membership of each
and every Jewish organization
something of Jewish content,
which should be given by the
rabhi. Jewish philanthropy
should seek to strengthen syna-
gogue centers rather than such
centers, as "Ys", which compete
with municipal recreation pro-
grams and secular institutions.
Positive Jewish life requires
positive Jewish identification and
the synagogue center should be
the sole means of such identifi-
cation. Adult institutes should
I be formed on a community-wide
I basis, but the courses given in
the Jewish Centers.
Zionist organizations can
contribute to the Jewish life of
the synagogue center by con-
tributing their program mater-
ial and teaching the people
that there is much that we can
learn from Israel and much
that we can give to Israel be-
sides funds and other material
. needs. Zionism can bring a-
i bout a much greater under-
standing between Americans
| and Israelis; an ignorance of
each on both parts is vast and
alarming.
The defense organr^ations.
once they have a Center from
which they can draw their
! strength, will not need so many
; millions of dollars for inter-faith
work and the advancement of
liberal causes. As Marie Syrkin
said in her book"Your School,
1 Your Child"too much of anti-
defamation work is read and util-
ized by those defamed.
The cry of the Jewish laity
that Jewish life is over-organized
will finally bring productive ef-
fort for the alleviation of their
woes becaust as each Jew begins
to regard the Synagogue Center
as his Jewish home, and begins
to realize the purpose and func-
tion of the various organizations,
so many of which duplicate and
overlap each other, then ulti-
mately the coup do grace will be
administered to some and others
will atrophy because of lack of
support.
The Synagogue Center must
become the Jewish home for ev-
ery phase of Jewish life and just
as at the common law, each
man's home was considered his
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The happy and colorful Suc-
coth Holiday Week brings its own
god customs into the Jewish
home. Whether you dine in the
[traditional "Booth of Willows"
or decorate your own dining
room with harvest fruits and
Vegetables, HOLISHKES (some-
limes called Praakes, or Galup-
Ize. depending 'upon the locale
from which your family hails)
\< a Succoth MUST. And what
dish!
Decorating the Succah for this
beautiful holiday is an art in
itself, and should be shared with
B e youngsters. The homemakcr
]ias unlimited scope in develop-
ing an atmosphere of harvest
lime with an abundance of corn
fet Iks. golden pumpkins, green
urn sauash, red and green bell
peppers, strings of cranberries,
Hunches of purple and green
bapes, apples, pears, bananas,
Erapefruit, limes, oranges and
n o'. s.
For an attractive centerpiece
Jn the dining table, make a
irn-of-plenty out of aluminum
toil covered with cardboard,
various fruits tumbling
I: it on the large tray or plat-
l .rapes, plumes, etc. Make
y and colorful table wheth-
er you have guests or not. For
been the custom of our |
f to remember these days :
| ir wanderings through the
mess, 'way back in history
And do not forget this year
I i tin re are still wanderers
king their ways through a
ness of displacement, in-
curity, unhappy memories. And
iir bit for those hopeful ones
kho have already reached Israel
I the many whose goal, the
of tin ir fathers on the banks
^ Jordan, is still unattained.
Holishes
2 chopped meat
onion, grated
r grated
I p uncooked brown rv?e
age leaves
i ip li n on juice, eider vine-
I tsp citric acid
brown sugar
tomato sauce
ions schmaltz or
' ble shortening
ons flour
eded raisins
ine i hopped meat, eggs,
onion and carrot, in a !
1 bowL Add the uncooked I
I i mix well. Blanche the
ives by covering with
I water, covering for five
V t;il they become well-
V md limp. Drain water
b iage and place a ball of
al combination in the. cen-
I i ach leaf. Bring the cab-
) leaf up over the meat, tuck-
edgee in to form a com-
|;"' ball or roll. Place these
- together in rows in a deep
g pot or in a large, deep
bring pan that is fitted with a
bver. Add enough cold water!
cover all the Holishkes and
ring to a boil. Taste and add
alt if necessary. Let simmer with
fie cover on for 1 hour. Uncover,
M lemon juice or other souring
pent, sugar and tomato sauce.
pmmer 15 minutes longer, shak-
T>c the pot or pan a few times
distribute the sauce. Make an
einbrcn" by browning the flour
P hot melted fat and stirring in
pout a cup of the sauce till
fended. Add to the Holishkes.
|dd the raisins. Bake at 350 F
"r 40 minutes, turning once to
fown the under sides of each
Iplishke. Serve hot with mash-
potatoes.
Serves 8 to 12, depending on
PPetites.
Apples and raisins play an im-
portant part during Succoth
Week. Why not serve them?
Waldorf Salad
1 cup seeded raisins
6 cups finely diced but unpar-
ed red and green apples
2 cups finely diced celery,
leaves included
1 cup chopped walnuts or
pecans
1 cup finely chopped sweet
green pepper
Vt cup mayonnaise or thick
salad dressing
3 teaspoons honey
V* cud pineapple juice or sweet
cider t
Salad greens
Combine raisins, apple, celery,
nuts and green pepper in a mix-
ing bowl. Mix together the may-
onnaise, honey and fruit juice
till well blended. Stir trris into
the fruit and nuts and chill about
one hour. Serve on a bed of
salad greens from a large salad
bowl or make individual salads.
Serves 8 to 12.
Mrs. Leonard can be reached
by writing her care of this paper
or at Harmon-on-Hudson, N.Y.
(An American Jewish Pren Feature)
Jewish Leaders To Meet In Mew York;
Will Discuss West German Restitutions
NEW YORK Representatives
of major Jewish organizations I
throughout the world will meet
in this city Oct. 25-26 to review '
Western Germany's recent offer I
to discuss with "representatives'
of Israel and the Jewish people" j
all Jewish claims arising out of
Hitler's persecution of Jewry, it
was announced bv Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, co-chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine,
which will sponsor the meeting. |
Present at the two-day sessions
will be delegations from at least
seven countries, including the
United States, Canada, Great
Britain, as well as representatives
of the Israel Government, which
in recent months has laid before
the Occupying Powers a claim for
SI.500,000,000 against Germany,
based on the cost to Israel of
giving haven to more than 500.-
000 surviving victims of the Nazi
terror.
In announcing the conference.
Dr. Goldmann, who will pre-
side, declared:
"Chancellor Adenauer's state-
ment before the West German
Parliament last week, and the
Parliamentary approval of it
which was promptly forthcoming,
opens the door to serious consid-
eration by the German people of
the material as well as the moral
debt they owe to Israel and to
Jews of the world.
"In the light of this statement
it is vital that representatives
of the Israel Government, and
of all major Jewish bodies con-
cerned, have opportunity to meet
together to review the whole
restitution problem and to
achieve a concrete and united
program.
"Discussions at the meeting
will cover various kinds of claims
which have been presented to
Germany by various Jewish bod-
ies, and especially the claims of
the Israel Government as they
have been set forth in two notes
delivered in recent months to the
Occupying Powers. Included ir.
the discussions will be the res-
titution owed to the Jewish peo-
ple as a whole for Jewish prop-
erty which has been left heirless.
"We must reach agreement at
this conference on methods for
arriving at a settlement with
Germany in some measure com-
mensurate with the staggering
material losses inflicted upon the
Jewish people by the Nazis."
In addition to organizations
.from the United States, Canada
| Sunday Teachers
In Fourth Session
The fourth session of the Sun-
day School Teachers Seminars
will be held at Temple Beth Shol-
om on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. The
Problem Clinic, in the first hour,
will be led by M. K. Strassberg,
educational director of Temple
Beth Sholom, with Mesdames
Doris Pardo, Jean Berman, and
Minna Blumberg acting as dis-
cussants. "
The workshops, in the second
hour, will be divided into a jun-
ior and senior section. The Jun-
ior Section will be conducted by
Mrs. Cora Friedman, director of
the Town Y Nursery School, on
"Games and Devices for the
Classroom"; the senior section
will be directed by Zena Pos-
ever, art constultant of the Jew-
ish Centers Association, assisted
by Gregory Rosenkranz, instruc-
tor at Beth David Congregation,
on "Arts and Crafts for the
class".
The Seminar is an annual serv-
ice of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation to all of the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami.
and Great Britain, delegations
have been invited to represent
central Jewish bodies in South
Africa, France, Australia and Ar-
gentina.
lasses To Graduate
The English classes sponsored
E fn Women will hold graduation
percises and a reception on Sat-
rday, October 20, at 8:30 p.m.,
T '7' Beth El Auditorium.
I Kabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple
Im Wi" be Buest speaker.
Mrs. Reuben Rochkind is chair-
,'" of the Council's Service to
Fe,gn Born Committee, which
!s the classes. Supervisor
L\[ En6lish classes is Mrs. Joel
Those in charge of the gradu-
r,'V Marc. M,s- EtheI Goldstein
hm,.Mrs.- Herbert Scher, arrange-
iuns; Mrs. Emil Gould, decora-
fc.h an(2 Mrs' Sidney Lewis, re-
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TODAY, OCTOBER |1
Religious Directory...
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal) enine at 7 and will be followed
will hold its services Fridav ev- by Kiririush in the Sukkah ad-
enir. at 8:15 and Saturday morn- joining the synagogue. The Mon-
ine at 10:45. Rabbi Leon Kron- d* -"g service. 9 a.m.. will
ish will speak on the top:, include Uw 3.-.. Mittvsh of Rob-
Agenda F"v American Jews. Suk- .- Jerrv
services will be on Si i Sfcapiro's topic
evening at 8:lo _. .
folk- the patio S
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If 10:43 I F -" Maur-
Cantor Samuel K
;v M : : rag :ous
I a.m.
Saturd are held
^nd Tut.- .".; ^ Friday
I' :I- _, evei___ si 6 and Sab-
Beth E. Congregation th services at 9.3?. Sukkoth
.eduled its Frid s are scheduled far 6 p.m.
ice for c and its :ri 9:t0 n, Sunday evening
jrniro service for an_, Mondav and T. lay morn-
8:30. SuKKoth services w n_s
'' n I -"S 5t 8:3- Temple Beth El of West Palm
N Shor. Jewish Center Beac.h (Conservative) schedules
ervativi will be led in its |ts Fridav evening services for
F.-iaay evening servi I 5:48 615 and jts Saturdav moinirg
by Rabbi Mayer Abrairowite and services for 9, Habbi Manuel
m its Saturday rr.ing -pecial Greenstein will officiate. Suk-
Br.ai Bnth service at 9. The koth services are at 6:15 Sunday
RfabDis Sermon will be: Bnai evenjng and at c,:30 Monday and
B nth True Sons Of The Coven- Tuesdav morning.
ant. Sukkoth services will be
Miami
g-
Hebrew
School and
ring ui me ]ng services at 8:30. Rabbi Si-
Harvest. Leo Lrlich will lead mon A wi k on the
the musical portions of the serv- Weekly Portion. A Mishna class
lceA .. ,- will be at 5 on Saturday, fol-
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or- ]owed bv Mlncha at 5:45 Suk.
thodox) will hold its Friday ev- ko.n servjces wiU be on Sunday
ening services at 5:30 and its. 6 m and on Mondav and
?onUraari' u '' "2' u .r,V1Ti Tuesday mornings at 8:30". The
c:30 Rabc. Moses Mescheloff Rabbi's topics are scheduled as:
wiU speak on the weekly portion The Festiva| Cf Dur Rejoicing
Shalos Seudos is Saturday after- and The D)vme A,d The Human.
noon. 5:30 p.m. Sukkoth Services Hebrew Academy (Orthdox)
cegin Sundav evening at 530 wfl] conduct Frjday "evening serv-
Monday and Tuesday service* ues a, 6 and Saturdav morning
will be at 8.30. The Rabbi stop- servjces at 8:3o. Sukkoth serv-
es will be Jewish Building jces w,n ^ on Sundav evening
Problems and Flowering. Fruit- ard on Mondav and Tuesday
:ul Israel Car.tor M i \Sein- mornings at 6 p.m. and at 8:30
stein will chant a.l musical por- am respectively
" .'- :' the program Downtown Svn'agogue (Ortho-
North Dade Jewish Center will dox, Friday 'evening services
nducl Friday evening serv:.--- w]11 ^ a. 6:15 with Saturday
at 6 and Saturday morning serv- morning services at 8:30 a.m.
at 6:30 Sukk I i r.. sukkoth services will be at
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will begin
late Friday services at 8:30. An
Or.eg Shabbat will follow. Suk-
koth services at a late Sunday
.evening gathering.
Young Israel Synagogue of
i Beach (Orthodox). Fri-
day evening services at 6 with
Saturday morning services at 9
and evening service at 6. Suk-
koth services will be on Sunday-
evening ai ''nd I"""-
day mornings at similar times.
West Mian i Jewish Center will
be led by Rabbi Alfred Waxman
in Friday services scheduled for
6 and Saturday morning serv-
scheduled for 8. Rab'ti Wax-
man will speak on the Weekly
n. Sukkoth services will be
held on Sunday evening and on
Monday and Tuesday morning at
lar times.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative). Friday evening
services at 5:30. Saturday morn-
ing services are scheduled for
9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
speak on the Weekly Portion.
A Saturdav afternoon Bible Class
is scheduled for 4:30. Sunday
evening Sukkoth services are
scheduled for 6 with Monday and
Tuesday morning services for 9-
Cantor David Silverman and the
choir will chant all musical por-
tions. A special Sukkoth Kid-
dush will follow the services.
Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will be
led in its Friday evening service
by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
at 5:30 with the Saturday morn-
ing service at 8:30. The Rabbi
will speak on the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha and Shalos Seudos
will follow at 4:30 in the after-
noon. Sukkoth Services are
scheduled for Sunday evening at
5:30 and Monday and Tuesday-
mornings for 8:30. The Rabbi's
topics are: Arba Meenem and
Tabernacles.
Ahavas Israel Synagogue (Or-
thodox). Friday evening services
these
_. be Sundav evening at 6 and sa:re Urms on Sunday evening
. ~: '- ,!?ga/ and on Monday and Tuesday
ill of- mornin
.elite Center (Conservative).
vice at 6. Sat-
e at 9 a.m. Rabbi
ervici
am Sachs will pc = k on
.. W :iv Portion. Mincha is
for S p.n idbv
.ening
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; efreshmenu will fol-
' Dora Stein Sisterhood
CM-; Si Mondav and Tuesdav
Irving R the choir
will int 1
r.g services will be at 8.
*S I portion Rabbi Sachs will speuk on The
, *\r-' ngregation Sukkah From The Desert. And
fOrthod :: .. The Succah In The Future. His
arci Sat- Tuesday morning sermon: Es-
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1951
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FAGE 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
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the
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311
int.-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
OTICE IS IIKUKHY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage lii
ness under the fictitious name of
iCKERS SPORT SELECTIONS at
; i,,,In I'-oad, Miami Beach. F'la..
,l to register said name with the
k of the Circuit Court of Dade
ntv. Florida.
BEN SHAMES
LOUIS ELU8
KHW1N KARSON
JAY IURTON KEYS,
Trustee
11/2
JO 12-19-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
,.f DAVIS JEWELKY & LOAN CO.
in,.I Inc.) at 201-203 North .Miami
\v. inie. Miami. Florida, intends to
l, Sister said name with the Clerk of
H,7 Circuit Court of Dade County.
>"'""a L. M. HIRSCH
II.KY STONE
IAttorney for L-. M. Hirsch. MM
business as Davis Jewelry &
Loan Co. (not Inc.).
hi 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[the undersigned, desiring to engage
fin business under the fictitious name
of SAMROSE APARTMENTS at 2499
I tv W, 27th Street, Miami, rla., Intend
... register said name with the Clerk
li,f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
,"r'da- SAMUEL WEISS
ROSE WEISS
8/31-18 10/5-12
||N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IeLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
lAND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143912
HANNAH EPSTEIN. Plaintiff
vs.
ELMER EPSTEIN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. ELMER EPSTEIN
o Sunny-Vale Kruit Market
1048 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I- BUI of Complaint for Divorce
I).- been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
.l.i required to serve a copy of
. n Answer to the Bill of Complaint
tin Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
il in the office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court on or before the 18th
'. October, 1961, otherwise a De-
Pro Confesso will be entered
. you.
notice shall be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
. Vlli: JEWISH PIA1RIDIAN.
at Miami. Florida, this ISth
i : .-. ptember, 10B1,
K B, LEATHBRMAN,
Cferk, Circuit Court
I '
By M. C FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
SERXARD S. MANDLER
Utoinc) for I'lalntiff
Ingraham Building
llamf, Florida.
21-28 io/."i-i2
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14390C
[WILLIAM HAMELMANN
242 Beacom Blvd.
Miami, Plaintiff
vs
IILDA HAMELMANN
whereabout unknown, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HILDA HAMELMANN
You, Hilda Hamelmann. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
I has been filed against you.
pnil you are required to serve a copy
>..... Answer or Pleading to the
! "< Complaint on the plaintiff's
STEPHEN F. KESSLER,
- U. st Flagler Street. Miami. Fla.,
Ind file the original Answer or Plead-
ng In the office of the Clerk of the
Court on or before the 18th
of (ictoher. 1951. -If you fail to
no, Judgment by default will be
against you for the relief de-
i m the Bill of Complaint.
l'"Ni: ami ORDERED at Miami.
| this 18th day of September
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
I' Ircult Court Seal)
By Q. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk.
PEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
I Wesl Flagler St.
P' I i..I ilia
21-28 10/5-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridkm so-
licits your legal notices.
" appreciate your
Patronage and auaran-
accurate serrlo* at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
'or messenger service.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144109
WILLIAM 1. <: KHSTEM'KI.Ii.
Plaintiff
DOROTHY gerstknfeld
NOTICE BY PUBLICa'tiO^""'
TO: DOROTHY QERSTENFELD
"201 17th Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a eopv of
the Answer t<> the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attornev. Molt-
TON ROTHENBERO. 42n" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
October 26. 1951: otherwise, said I'.ill
will be taken as confessed bv vou.
Dated this 26th day of September.
A.D. 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal)
Deputy Clerk.
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144248
ARTHUR STANTON. I'lalntiff
PAULA' LUCILLE STANTON,
>* IWendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAULA LUCILLE STANTON
c/o Glassbcrg
60 E. 42nd Street
New York Cltv, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill for Annulment has been
filed against you In the above en-
titled cause and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer to the Bill for Annulment on the
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2nd
day of November, 1981, otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will qe entered
against you.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day of October. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Wlf, W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD MANDLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
S"4 Ingraham Building
Miami, Florida
10/5-12-19-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business in eh : the fi. Htlous na me
of aaa SERVICE BUREAU at 801
n E 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Ml I.TON WEINSTEIN
LOUIS KROLL
MAHX FABER
Attorney foraAppllcants
10/8-12-19-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LEM'S RADIO AND TELEVISION
SERVICE at 42S0 S. W. 60th Court.
Miami. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LYMAN L. TREbCOTT
DAVID M. RUPP
as sole owners
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Owners
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144108
MILTON FELDMAN. Plaintiff
vs.
EVELYN FELDMAN. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVELYN FELDMAN
2975 Perry Avenue
Bronx, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiff's attornev. MOR-
TON ROTHENBERO. 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Fiorlda. and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
October 86, 1951: otherwise, said Bill
wiJI be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 28th day of September,
A.D. 1(51.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICK. JR.
.(Seal)
Deputy Clerk
10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALVIN SALES CO. at 301 S. \V.
'2nd Court. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALVIN NEWMAN
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Alvln Newman
8/21-28 l(i r,-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JOHNSON EMPLOYMENT SERV-
ICE at 188 N. E. 1st Street. Miami.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clark of the Circuit Court
of Dade*County. Florida.
NED RBOEN
Bole owner
BREGER AND BULZBERGfJp
Attorneys for Applicant
2:i"i l.in. o!n I toad
19-18
SEITLIN & COMPANY
C
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
I!t,JMS C|RCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
CHANCERY. COUNTY- FLR'A' 'N
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX ZEMMELMAN, Plaintiff,
-rl;:,NNV,^KMMI:,-MAN' Pefendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
c/o Feiffenbaum
321 E. 93rd St.
Brooklyn. New York
"You are hereby notified that a Bill
of (oniplaint for Divorce has been fil-
< against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the bill of complaint on plaintiff's
attorney and file the original Answer
. J, ",fu'e of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the lr.th dav
of October. 19,1: otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against vou.
Dated this nth day of September,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W STOCKING.
^t^~ Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of TOWN AND BEACH CLUB at
Miami Beach. Dade County. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
THOMAS CORPORATION
10/:,-12-19-26l Fl0r'da C<"-"OIa"on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLAGLER BOOK & RECORD
STORE, at r.2.1 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
BLOCH-COOKE, INC.
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1629 duPont Building
in 5-12-19-28
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 1218 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SCHOOL, Inc
LEON B. SLATER, Pies.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & I.ASKY
ft JOSEPH W. MAI.KK
Attorneys for Applicant
860 Lincoln Road
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.-sirlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DECK BAR at 627 Fifth Street. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida,- intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
S ft M. INC.
a Florida corporation
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Owner
420 Lincoln Read
Miami Beach, Florida
9/28 10/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STEELNOTE BAR at 2140 N W
36th Street, Miami, na., 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 \v. Flagler Street
9/21-28 lOTi-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 143889
AYARES FINANCE CORPOR-
ATION, formerly known as
Ayares Small Loan Co.. Inc..
a Florida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs.
ELMo P. OWENS and
MARGARET OWENS, Defendants.
TO: ELMO P. OWENS and
MARGARET OWENS
Address Unknown
NOTICE TO APPEAR
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
TO APPEAR to the Bill of Complaint
of Mortgage Foreclosure filed against
you in the above styled, cause, on or
before October 19. 1951. which mort-
gage encumbers the following des-
cribed personal property, situate and
being In I lade County. Florida, to-Wit:
1 2S ft. neon sign. 1 display win.low
with drapes, drop curtain and car-
peted platform, 2 ornamental ferns,
1 7 ft. sectional with shelves. I
large leather and chrome waiting
room chairs, 1 chrome table. 1 three
drawer filing cabinet, 1 two drawer
card Index. 1 Rand McNally World
Atlas and stand. 1 glass covered
map table with drawers. 1 metal
and chrome executive desk,
chrome and leather swivel chair. 2
straight chairs chrome and leather
with arms, l metal and chrome sec-
retarial salesmen desks. 4 chrome
and leather swivel chairs. 3 aerial
pictures. 1 12 ft. linen mounted Mi-
ami Beach map. 1 neon elec. clock,
ipi r baskets, 2 fluorescent
f Kturei four tube each, 1 rolling
typewriter tablemetal. 1 1851 Roy-
:.i typewriter, i 1951 Burrough
ing machine. 1 lnr.i Hedman F E.
check put" .tor.
Otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of complaint will le taken as con-
fessed b> you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of September. 1!'.'.:
E. B. LEATHBRMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By G. F. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
Miami. Fiorlda
9/21-28 19/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN SCHOOL OF CHILD
HKVELoI'MENT at 61 Collins Aven-
ue, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC ft
SCHOOL. Inc
_____ LEON II. SLATER. Pies.
KAPLAN. DIETZ ft LASKY
ft JOSEPH W. MAI.KK
Attorneys for Applicant
3.">(> Lincoln Road
9/21-28 10/6-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DB JOI.1K JEWELERS at 886 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BtGMUND DRUCKER
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Sigmund Drucker
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIiY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KARLINS FRUIT SHIPPERS at
6621 Washington Ave.. Miami Beaoh,
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BEVERLY FINKELSTEIN,
(sole owner)
MALVIN ENGLANDER
311 Lincoln Road
Attorney for Annllcant
9/21-28 10/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 143994
JAMES CLINTON ROBERSON.
Plaintiff
vs.
EDITH JEAN ROBERSON,
1 '-fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDITH JEAN ROBERSON
1' I I. Box 2143
Durham. N. C,
You are required to serve a copv of
your Answer to the Pill of Complaint
upon plaintiffs attorneys, Kovner ft
Mannhelmer, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court, on or before the 22nd day
of October, 1961, otherwise s.,..i Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this .'1st day of September,
1961.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
| 'lerk of the Circuit C iri
((lircuit Court Sea)
B] R 11 RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
: 29 10 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MUSICANA RAR 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 ft KALISH
Attorneys for Applicants
Olympla Bldg.
9/28 10/5-12-19
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the 19th day of October. 1961,
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 Beach. F'la.. various
articles of clothing and personal be-
longings left unclaimed for a period
of more titan 90 days and upon which
a lien is claimed; above being the
property of Jay Chalson. Joe Karnis.
V. Gorney and B. Maroon.
Said sab- to be under and by vr I :.
of the Statutes of the State of Florida
in such cases made and provided.
OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL
9 21-28 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
FLORENCE ETHEL YOUNG.
Plaintiff
vs.
ALEXANDER JAMBS rOUNG, Jr..
Defendant
. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALEXANDER JAMES
YOUNG, Jr.
si 16 212nd Sir.-, t
Belleroee, l-ong Island. N.Y.
You. ALEXANUEB JAMES YOUNG,
JR are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
imainst \mi. and you are required to
serve s copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to th- Bill Ol Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney. CHERTKOF AND
KAl.lsH, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
25th day of o.t..I.e. 1961. If you fall
to taken saalnst you for the relief de-
mand, .(1 In the I'.HI of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, '.bis 2.'.th day of September
a D. 1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal]
M c FEIGE
ity Clerk.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-10 Oh mpla Bids.
Miami. Floral.i.
9/28 10/6-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to el gage
in business under the fictitious name
of LOEB AND GOTTFRIED, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fiorlda.
WILLIAM LOEB
JULIUS GOTTFRIED
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress. Bldg.
9/21-28* 10/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LITTLE GLASS SCHOOLHOUSB
at 61 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Fla., intends to register said naio.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC ft.
SCHOOL, Inc.
LEON B. SLATER Pres.
KAPLAN. DIETZ ft l^ASKY
A JOSEPH \V. MAI.KK
Attorneys for Applicant
860 Lincoln Road
9 Ji.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.
I i.-f. ridant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL W, CLOUGHER
10815 Union Hall St.
Jamaica, L.I.. N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED-
and required to serve a copy of your
ANSWER to the BILL OP COM-
PLAINT filed against you herein,'on
Plaintiff's solicitor. THEODORE R.
NELSON, 1405-06 lllscayne Building.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
thereof in the office of the Clerk of
the above Court on or before the 22nd
day of October. 1951, otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
HATED this 19th day of Septemker..
A.D. 1861.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Seal)
9/21-28
By G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk
10/3-12
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25285
RE: ESTATE OF
FLORA L. brown. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix .f the
estate of flora l. BROWN, >i......is-
ed; and that on the 22nd day of Oc-
tober, 1961, I will apply to the Honor-
able w. v. BLANTON, Count) iudgi
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as BSxacutrtx of the estate of
FLORA I. BROWN, deceased
This 2".tii dav of September, 1961.
HELEN I. BROWN
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Executrix
10 5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144072
MAI'.Y HELLER, Plaintiff.
\ s.
HERMAN HELLER, Defendant.
T": HERMAN HELLER
8160 33rd Street
Astoria. Long Island. New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's-
attornev. and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb
dav of October A.D. 1951; otherwise.
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the.
25th dav of September, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputv Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
A'torney for Plaintiff
1023 Se.vl.old Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
> 28 10/3-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144035
RAYMOND FRANK GALLO.
Plaintiff
vs.
CATHERINE GALLO. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. CATHERINE GALLO. 99 East
Second Street. Brooklyn, New York.
are required to serve a copy of yui-
Answ.i to the Bill of Complaint for
Invoice on Plaintiff's attornev. HAIt-
OLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
this Court on or before October 2.,.
otherwise a Decree Pro ConfeseO
Will be entered against you.
Dated September 24. 1951.
K p.. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
* Deputy Clerk
9/28 10/5-12-19____________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS___
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 26652-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH SI.OTK1N. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agsjlnsl
- d Estate! .
You. and each of you, are hefeh>
n titled and required to present any
claims and demands which von. or
either of vou, mav have against tne
estate of" JOSEPH SLoTKIN. de-
ceased late of Dade County, I-lorida.
to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLiNt.
i inty Judge of Dade County, ami
file the same in his office In the
I Courthouse In Dade County.
\" iridft, within eight calendar months
from the date of (he f ret publication
Said claims or demands to
rontaln the legal address of the claiiu-
.-:.'. and to be sworn to and preseotejl
as aforesaid, or same will he barren.
- section 120 of the 1961 Prolate
\, j
Date September 26. A.D. 1951.
HARRY B. SMITH.
As Administrator of the
Estate of _
JOSEPH SLOTKIN. De-
ceased.
TRVING CYPEN. ESQ..
Attorney for .
JOSEPH SLOTKIN. deceased.
J/28 10/5-11-19


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Beth Sholom To
Organize Seouts
Albert Roth, neighborhood
commander of South Florida
Council, Boy Scouts of America,
has teen appointed committee
chairman to organize and ob.ain
a charter for a new Boy Scout
Troop for Temple B?th Sholom.
according to an announ.-
made by Dr. Alexandi R >bb;ns.
president of the T< Men's
Club.
Serving also or. the committee
will be Arthur Simon, a
chairman. M.H. St: ,-.- erg, edu-
cational director of Beth Sholom.
Lou Ross. Emanuel J. B^skind.
Maurice B. Shein, Doctor Norman
J. Russ. Jack Abbot. Arthur De-
Carl Lundy, Jack B i
William Farr I lis J. Krenaky.
Dr. Joseph Pomerar.ce. Sa
.. Jr. and Ji lg< Kenneth
Boys ov
Mr. M.
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Gables Center Drives
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natii >ns and will
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Dance on Th nksgiving evening.
A Grta: Books ission Group
.'.-. h will
ission once a
Sinuer Bids For
School Trustee
Former deputy stall tor ve-
le commissioner, Max. M.
Smger. made his bid last we> k
ci candidate for school trustee
in District 1. Elections will take
place on November 6th.
Singer is a past commander of
the N. P. Lowry post. Army and
Navy Union, director of the
Southwest Civic Association,
former field director for the Red
Cross, national inspector of the
Army and Navy Corps and vice
chairman of the Red Cross dis-
aster committee.
He lives with his wife ar.d two
children at 2201 S.W. 27th Ter-
race.
Schnitzer To Be
On Yiddish Hour
Morr:s Nasatir's Yiddish Clas- '
Hour will feature a live '
talent presentation on Sunday
morning over station WINZ.
The Yiddish actress Henrietta ;
S : itzer, former member of the
Yiddish Art Theater, will ap-
pear at 12 p.m in a fifteen min-
ute playlette entitled Dramatic
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